Airline High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Bossier City, LA)

 - Class of 1986

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On these pages we begin "Breaking Through," our TllEh4E , For clues to extracurricular ' , activities and pastimes of students, turn to STUDENT ima Seniors tp. 467, juniors lp. 781, sophomores lps 943, freshmen fp., 1081, and teachers lp. 1261 are brought, together in PECJPLE, Contacts with people and the true story behind school activities are ' reyealed in ,CLUBS f People who showed the K ' ' right "stuff" in athletic i . , competition can be found' ' 166 'U s i SPORTS Community support and businesses who care are . revealed in t ' I BUYlJNES'Y , 'A guide to all students and f their .activities can be found ' , 4 in the iisioiax i t tcsdct S3Qlllcrs5 , l Airliner Hugh Schools - Bossier City, Louisiana r r o a a Laurie lsgate .... Q ,...... ..... E ditor ' r Pat Falting ...i . . .1 .... Q . . Sponsor SuenBabers . . . .... Ad. Sponsor MSELISSA coorsn AND Meiissa,sANoviDnArER PRACTICED her Boydidigcussed the events of the Vi- skill in archery during a gym class, 'king ,football game. , L S , - Q ,, S-fa f"' 5 - if S f FS' in i , ii w'f,'rg,agQ1-J --.cQk.NriZqi,g:E3g3iE HEATHER WHALEY USED herl BOYS' GYM CLASSES enjoyed lunch break for 'somethin con- playin basketball for something fun 8 S structive like catching up'on' her to do. I , sleep. 4 V 2 Introduction QQCDVX The Big Decision Making the decision to break into the adult world is a hard thing to do. Most high school students find this the hardest decision that they will ever make. High school prepares students for this step up into the business world. lt helps them face the problems that they may run into later on in life. Graduating students have to be mature enough to make the right decision and begin their lives on the right foot. Although most students know what they want to do when they finish school, over half of them will change their majors at one time or another. Some may change several times until they figure out what is best for them. jobs are available to the people who want to work and if students can make that initial step into the business world, than they will be suc- cessful. 5 i E all l ,,.. 5 Q I s 1 .1 TRACY RITCH STOPPED at her locker to cut down on her book load and to sneak one more look at her poster. pu STEPHANIE WINN RECEIVED a football signed by the senior Slayers and Coach Slack. Stephanie was Airline's Football Sweet- eart. AHS PEP SQUAD sweated out the humidity and the heat and cheered on the Vikings during a football game. Theme 3 VXQXBGVX A Choice To Make Down a hall we have to walkg many doors on either side. We must pick the doors that open and often dare to go inside. Life is not an open door placed among us where we can see. lt is just an open field where only we can find the key. We will go our separate ways sometimes losing in our quest. But we'll still have the memories that helped us grow to be the best. We have goals that we must conquerp all we can do at best is try. For in our hearts we are the Vikings ever growing I d' ne er to le. - Kristin Webb wh 4 'JOVFWW sf Ai 9e1vX'c?o?:':'e9f 5':7c'4'-93-3 96'o"3o'd'?5o'-o"45 5495930.44 g,+,:,+.e.Q4..m,.a gf.smo..e-..o.4 o . 4 o':ro'o'c'fva vovffo wofpe-sees-of A ov WW m'es+e.'ssw i'w"'3' M4429 t AHS BLUE ANGELS cheered on the Vikings during a football game. CRAIG MOSS, IOHN LeCl'l- man and Todd Shy donned their favorite caps to aid the Vikings. HOLLY KIRKLAND AND Lori Ann Plunkett, AHS major- ettes, ended their routine with smiles. KH Y A GROUP OF Viking football players encouraged the team from the sidelines. VALARIE GURGANUS SHOWED her excitement in the performance as she came out on Theme 3 1543311226 sw . x 455' ,Mg .6 A ,115 ig, ,. M 2 if 5, sv if fs? f ,. lg - -, ' ' I ff: .Q -' ,, - " ki fm g' X , . f 3 ' - ,,L, . M EAIW CDUG TIM DARDEN CONCENTRAT- STUDENTS APPLAUDED DUR- ED on his part while playing at an ING the opening assembly. assembly. .1 Aw Q' 4' 1 I 'lv' ILP' 8 Student Life ,ff STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS and cheerleaders joined arms and sang the Alma Mater. RUSS HARRIS CONCENTRAT- ED on keeping up the beat. l ! I u I I I I i 1 ka u fi' 1 N ' ' 1 34- " ff r 'M A .-f---'-' V 1 1. MARNIE MARLAR DANCED exuberantly during the opening STEPHANIE WINN, RHONDA Neil, Marshelle Alexander and Chris Hammons clowned assembly around. ill? ' L ifl 1 , i s ky , l 4 I - .N A 3 'AL I a -5--Q-', wi iie 3, . L- 3 Vikes Took A Break From Class Students were called to the auditorium for an as- sembly the first week of school. The cheerleaders and danceline performed, and the Student Council was in charge of the rest. Assemblies were usually called to make announce- ments or to introduce a special guest. Dr. Haley al- ways had something very important to tell us. Stu- dents liked assemblies be- cause they got out of their regularly scheduled classes. Assemblies were fun???? KRISTI AND KARLA Mitchell discussed their performances after the assembly. AHS CHEERLEADERS PER- FORMED for students at the opening assembly. Assemblies GENEA IOHNSON AND IOHN Lechman, seniors, showed off their plastic bracelets and Swatches. W TAMMY CORLEY, SENIOR, l modeled a hot pink Mexican dress and white Roman sandals. --..,-'QAM-M if 1 Good Fashion Sense Every morning AHS stu- dents got out of bed ready to get dressed for school only to ask, "What am I going to wear?" This was the most important question asked by stu- dents. Students wore a va- riety of outfits. Some wore jeans and sweat- shirts, others wore blouses and skirts. Some- times mini-skirts or shorts were worn, but they had to reach the knee. Most students wore whatever suited them or fit their personalities, whether conservative or punk. SONYA GILCREASE, SENIOR displayed her "tail" at a pep rally. PATTY PEEBLES FLAUNTED her numerous metal bracelets. f X pp X t - l 10 Student Life l . s l 5 'ft 4:8 P. N is uw' E 6 :O 1 I ' ..v. I ' s l I 1 MARSHELLE ALEXANDER WORE her senior shirt to show her support for the Class of '86. ANGIE GILMER ATTEMPTED to put on her eye make-up while walking to her next class. -Q KEITH ODEN DECIDED to wear his favorite outfit to show his school spirit. TRACY ELLIOTT PROVED that big sweaters and mini-skirts are hazardous with a load of books. Fads And Fashions The First Date The first date. What a night tMarel! The first date a person has is a very memorable exper- ience. lt is usually very nice, but sometimes di- sastrous. lt takes about 30 minutes for the new couple to decide what they want to do. They decide on a movie. Once inside, the boy puts his arm around the girl and is quietly chok- ing her. She is too em- barassed to sayl any- thing. After the movie, they go to the local McDonald's. This is a bad idea because they don't want to eat in front of each other. With stomachs growl- ing in fhunger, they both order Cokes. As all experienced daters know, McDonald's ends the first date. Now the couple is a two- some and can be seen together everywhere - walking to classes, going to football games or maybe even eating lunch together. As dat- ing couples know, a night out can some- times be very expen- sive. A lot of couples enjoyed staying home and watching movies on a VCR, and enjoying the company. MOLLIE HUNT AND Clay Campbell shared the events of their day. IILL SIMS AND Blaine Laughlin found other things to do in the lunchroom besides eating. 12 Student Life ,av T? X xx -hs K 'P nf? 124 i 5 if 5 3 'vc poi '- i Qiwg fi i . ' .M in rf r ,, i f' s' s f i 1 TANZIE MCWILLIAMS AND MANDY WHORTON POSED Stare Wilhite spent a quiet mo- with her favorite upperclassman, ment alone during break. Todd Shy. . f-S" 5. THER HOWELL PERSUAD- ater Smith to try one more of cafeteria food. w'T..'t Dating Studying 'Everyone started the year with a resolve to make good grades, to al- ways do homework, and to study for every test. Few kept these promises. For those who did the re- wards were priceless. Many hours of studying, cramming for tests, pon- dering over trig problems, and writing English assign- ments were needed to succeed. It took a lot to reach that certain mark of suc- cess that each one of us wanted to attain, whether it be for a scholarship, special recognition by teachers or just for our own personal satisfaction. Studying required giving Paid Off up a lot ot our tree time and missing a lot of extra- curricular activities. Studying meant burning the mid-night oil and missing our favorite weeknight television shows. Satisfaction came from seeing that passing grade on all our assign- ments. There was no re- port card day "anxiety". Those who didn't study found out the hard way that it was a necessary part of their high school years. All of us complained be- cause of the amount of studying that was re- quired, but in the end all of the hard work and dedication paid off. lt was all worth it. WENDY LOVERIDGE AND Cal Knettle shared a joke during class. SCOTT KEYS TRIED to fit all of USA BYBEE CAUGHT up on her his books into his locker. studying during lunch. 6 --,G 14 Student Life GLORIA NIETTE AND Nathalie Barnes finished up their home- work in the library. fd ,,,.f""-Z' 1..,vv" K K .. 'H' ' Y 4 y----...... FRESHMAN FREDDIE LOPEZ STACEY LUSK, IUNIOR, got her winced asthetardy bell rang and reading done in the corner of he couldn't open his locker. the library, - - - ! Studying DANCE SIGNS WERE displayed during the week to announce the dance on Friday. 'I A' ff ffx 7 ,Ax X, f: f SOME FRESHMEN GIRLS en- gylgjbf ,S if 5 joyed jumping up and down ,g,:3i7fl, , xr 5 gp while they danced. bf F I I F X X2 x fe t g fm 0450 X A Xt A' "Q xxx? jlaij i , 0 I ig l l w 12 ,f 1 ,g L, i300 M 9 - EM! - r ' 'TTT' T I I 1 I I i --Keep UHT-he Eeat Dances were the place to go after football games. Whether the team won or lost, people still went to have fun. These dances were sponsored by the cheerleaders and KTUX 99, and were held in the girls' gym. Most people went' to SOME STUDENTS LIKED to ELAINE RAY, SENIOR, was stand around and visit instead joined by friends during a song. of dancing. the dances with friends to check-out the crowd. The dances gave students a place to go on Friday nights to make new friends and talk with old ones. The Friday night dances at Airline will al- ways be remembered as fun times. Dances 17 ROBERT KYLE SHOWED his new teeth in this picture. IASON COPE AT 23 months. Isn't he cute? t Grown-Up Vikes Growing up is some- thing all of us look for- ward to. All of or lives we've said, "When I get old enough," or "I wish I were old enough." Even though we are all glad that we've "grown- up," deep down we all wish we were still "Mommy's little girl," or "Daddy's little boy." But we are proud that we grew up to be VIKINGS. LAUREN OBERLE DREAMED of IAN BARTCN ENIOYED playl being a Viking at a very young with her toys in the middle age. the floor. l 3 i 18 Student Life cg. 2 MATT COPE, A musical genius at age ZM. WEARING MATCHING SUITS, Mike Craig and Craig Bradford looked adorable. ,fo ., 'M-. may 4 A s ara W.. T gi ,ff S 1 i K , E zrf 'Ha ' C ' v , ,A , RAIG MOSS POSED with IENNIFER AND KIM Bogan is sailboat outfit when he hugged each other for once. as 10 months old. t W V A ,,r, A sili S MARK OBERLE LAUGHED at the camera at age 1. WEARING A FOOTBALL jersey A at 4 months, Blaine Laughlin knew he would be a quarter- back. Baby Vikes 19 D 5 if 1 rg? 1 TIM MURPHY SAT on the back of Blaine Laughlin's Camaro in J the parking lot. ,,...-v ife 5 af 3 51 W T IESTON ALLEY PARKED his TIM WATKINS' Z-28 was a Iroc-Z away from all other cars to bright spot in everyone's day. insure its safety. 1 l l -ef' - A ' Q . .-f""""""TN L K 'ff X 1159- , .,g--ff- Y ,11lu'i"' + H+-..,,, I F!" if - .? - 11 5,7 -. TUDD BROWN'S WHITE Chev- rolet was quite an eye-catcher. iq ,U :neg eg CHRIS HAMMONS SHOWED DARYL FOWLER PULLED into his true "feeling" for his new the parking lot with little excite- Toyota, ment. nu i -M'-if 5, MARY MONTGOMERY, AN- GEL Stinson, Matt McMahan and C. A. Hughes "pigged-out" in the cafeteria. ' .,g,1fi1 . 1 I A GROUP OF seniors solemnly SOME STUDENTS LIKED to ate lunch while discussing the stand up to eat in the cafeteria. events of the day. 22 Student Life to Q' Don't Eat - Talk! Lunch was a time for talking with friends and goofing off. Whether a person brought a lunch or ate in the cafeteria, it was a time for visiting rather than eating. All the tables in the lunchroom were filled with gossiping stu- dents. After going to classes all morning, students were also provided with a well- deserved break from the monotony. lf a student ate in the cafeteria, all visiting had to be done while go- ing through the line be- cause time was short. The people who didn't eat in the cafeteria, stayed out- side in the courtyard and talked with their friends. Most of the time lunch was used as a study hall. Students either studied for afternoon tests or fin- ished an assignment that they hadn't completed the night before. Teach- ers often received "lunchtime" assignments, and students claimed that they received better grades on these rushed assignments. Students who didn't have an assign- ment to do or somewhere to go, were usually re- cruited to call out another student's vocabulary words. Lunch was used for many different things be- sides just eating. ARRON HENIGAN SPOONED gravy over his mashed potatoes in the lunchroom. STEPHEN POSEY AND Sam McCracken seemed thrilled to be eating in the cafeteria. YVETTE PAWLOW AND Cindy Stokes discussed their day while finishing up their lunch. Lunch 23 Boost Viking Pride Every Friday afternoon AHS students piled into the boys' gym for a pep rally. The gym was always loud, hot and full of spirit- ed Viking fans. The cheer- leaders did skits, cheered on the team, and boosted the spirit of the crowd. Every week each class competed for the spirit stick. One week a toilet paper wrap was held, an- other week KTUX 99 spirit cards were signed, and still another week the winner of the spirit stick was decided by the num- ber of people that partici- pated in the spirit days. Students ended their school day on Fridays full of school spirit and pride, and humming the Alma Mater. AHS pep rallies were one of the most meaningful events to stu- dents. lt didn't matter if a person was a member of the "popular" crowd or not. These were times for unity and spirit. They were also times for some wild and crazy stunts. lu- niors and seniors held up signs proclaiming their su- periority, while freshmen and sophomores looked on with amusement. Pep rallies united Vikings and sent them home with smiles on their faces. TRACY DAVIS LAUGHED at the antics of the competing classes A GROUP OF senior girls were as they participated in the toilet full of spirit during a pep rally. paper wrap. SPEAKING TO A crowd of unruly students at a pe rally, Bo Spataro proclaimed the Vikings' superiorit over their opponents. L-.- 24 Student Life 4: .. , ,,.,+ .iff WIA aff wwf if 5 -Q 5 Er I an P f 3, ,gg ,rid H-nf il, Q 1 'EA iz' A 4 , K- A A ., J- 'QW fs.,-y. si' 953525 me -, z ,- f -in MSF 1 , 1,62 .Si -QQQ E A S 9 . f i ' .Jeff , , 11: We - .1 1 , are gain "" an .,,- ll M u ff Ji' N i' 2' 52'-BK' -' Hi? X 4:2195 5 Y! , x x 5 5 f Y 1 .. . I , ' '- w X- fx -'ii' ' -. Y Qi. . 3 .nl 1- Special F Friends are a very im- portant part of the lives of high school students. They stick beside a person when he is in trouble, be- hind him in all of his dreams, and are in touch with his feelings. Friends are above making judge- ments, are up-front from the start, around when they are needed, and near to our hearts. A friend can make a person smile when no one else can. They make every day fun and each school year special. Students visited with friends during class and stopped to chat between classes. Friends went to ballgames on Friday lendships nights. They were out on Saturday nights to have fun and act crazy togeth- er. They were together constantly and their friendship was the top priority to them. Nothing could come between them. Sometimes friends fought, but the true friendships withstood the fighting. A real friend was hard to come by and harder to keep. Some of us were lucky enough to have a special person to tell our secrets and our dreams. For those people who don't have a true friend or who have never attempted to have one, it's a very special feeling. LINNEA FAYARD GOT a hug MELISSA COOPER AND Ashlie from jill Sims when she was Walpole displayed their friend- picked Homecoming Queen. ship lovingly. 26 Student Life LISA BYBEE AND Jennifer Far- rington looked on as the Viking football team made its way downfield. ,yas TABITHA MURPHY AND Cadi ALLISON MCCOY ANQ: Lori .ampley celebrated a Viking Smith relaxed on a bench in the louchdown. courtyard. 7' 7 K ROBERT HOPPAUGH AND jer- ry Howard waited until it was time for their performance. Friendship Q f Q . r 53? I W EE X 3 f W :N ' 14 f Q ij f Wu! up H' fi ii 'Xu'-'14 ,, 1. W L il 'ua ibf -4.. Y, .5 12,5 if 9 x 1' 1LARI GURGANUS AND Michelle Acurio hoped for a victo- A Spirited Season The stadium was crowded with screaming Viking fans. People were everywhere - at the con- cession stand, talking to friends, and watching the game. This was a Friday night. A night set aside to go out to the football sta- dium and support the Air- line football team. Noth- ing is better or more con- tagious than the excite- ment of an Airline football game. They gave students a chance to show their loyalty and support to Air- line High School, and to experience victory. The band marched during halftime and strove to be the best marching band anywhere. The cheer- leaders had a goal of cheering better than the other team's cheer- leaders. The Blue Angels proved that they could dance better than any danceline in the area, and Viking fans showed every- one that the Vikes were the best. All of these groups represented Air- line proudly and did a good job at it. Football games provided a chance to bring students, faculty, and the community to- gether for one cause - to support those VIKINGS. Friday nights were loud, hot, and memorable. G TEAM CAPTAINS meet A FOOTBALL RUN-THROUGH japtaing for the Coin i055 at sign prepared VVOOdlZiWl'1f0l'Il'1E :ginning of the game. WOTSI- -.I Football Games 29 GEEKS GETTING COZY: Rich Pence and Laura Leachman. A GROUP OF sophomores stood above the crowd at a pep rally. AHS CHEERLEADERS relive the CINDY BERRY AND Angie Dris- 50's with an old cheer. kell strolled into the gym. lem 1 fr 30 ' Student Life 'TX 2 DRESSED UP, Cathy Day n her way to the.pep rally. , 1 l il "f it 5'-4 jf X XA' .QV i A w P' sf lxx l ' Q f fxf rlfif-fettfi XJCVQQJ ,yup Q. fx 4 rw ts ' ' 'li kj-Xlxrvoxfxi-X1 X ' 1 1' J ww' "" SHOWED THEIR spirit by signing KTUX Spirit Day Fun Those good ole spirit days. Faculty members as well as students went "all out" to promote Viking Pride by participating in the spirit days during football season. One of the favorite spirit days was "Bee Bop Bossier." On this day, all of Airline was dressed in clothes from the 50's. Some wore poo- dle skirts and sweaters, while others wore rolled- up jeans and T-shirts. Of course, everyone com- pleted their outfits with penny loafers. Faculty and students alike participated in this "bee-boppers time warp." Another well-liked spirit day was "Petrify Parkway." Airline stu- dents dressed in their fa- vorite Halloween cos- tumes to scare the wits out of Parkway. It was quite memorable ..... people with blue hair and black glasses, some with "blood" all over their faces and clothes, and still others with funny or cute costumes. Such as cray- ons, pumpkins, and ba- nanas. Other spirit days were "Plaid the Pan- thers," "Camouflage the Giants," and "Cage the Kats," Those good ole spirit days! They brought fun and exciting times, and they helped all at Air- line to show "Viking Pride." IENNIFER BOCAN AND Iodie Blalock showed their outfits. GRINNING AT THE camera, Amy Smith and Suzanne Hutto looked fifty styled. spam - 31 K 5 ' " V -' amiftl-K. EE -A Q '33 if X I W ,xy --.A 4' ' 5 1551 15 Ni V 1 'B 9 I vcv' A 5,-, w -v ,L 4 ' k 'k -A wg' 'Q' ' v... 'hm 'M' ,W 3' W lzjzyl, 'miilf I 1 I A W af' .J K ig- . M' P" 1 -' 'wi 1' .. if .Q U. Q 1: ' mi- 1 1 1 A s.. 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A S . , X W S -fl M W ? , i. y f ,,'r ,V n W yf , I tgezmizw'-y-w -f M Q r ' in - , :fm ASHLIE WALPOLE WATCHED as the finalists were announced. 38 Student Life Pageant Night Wa Ai ,,,. , KEILA LEE AND Rhonda Neil added a touch more make-up. filled With Excitement PRE-PAGEANT IITTERS were predominate as the girls were judged closely. FAQ! rx l l 1 i T x ACURIO COULD NOT believe that she was a finalist. STEPHANIE WINN SMILED broadly as her name was announced. Beauty Pageant 39 5 EQ. Qi ,K 2' Q1 Hi 223 Qi Q 73 E lx .F 5 121 mi Sadie Hawkins-1985 CHRISTMAS TREE Sadie H CRAIG MOSS-first runner up, Scott Keys- Mr. Debonair, and Rich Pence- second runner up. SMILING TO THE CROWD, Mike Wilkes strolled Onto the ramp. 6 THE TWELVE SEMI-FINALISTS awaited the judges' decision ner- vously. Freshman Scott Keys Wa 42 Sludem Life Qhosen As 1986 Mr. Debonair SENIOR LINNEA FAYARD provided THE IUDCING SEEMED to go on entertainment for the crowd and forever for this group of tired Rich Pence. guys. f 4 ' " K 5 LOOKING AT THE CROWD, CRAIG MOSS SEEMED to enjoy Iohn Lechman approached the Linnea Fayard's song. . end of the ramp. I .J Mr. Debonair 43 x 44 People g Senior Class Favorites . SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS WERE: Rich Pence, Vice-Presidentg Lisa Green, Treasurerg Stephanie Daly, Secretary, and Cathy Murphy, President., t 7.4 ,,-aw, Seniors After four long years of hard work, graduation was right around the corner. Tassles, teach- ers, and tuition filled the minds of the graduating class as the big day slowly rolled around. The long awaited moment had finally come. Enclosed in each sweaty hand was the precious diploma and in each Senior's head was this thought: "We made it!" RACHEL ABSHIRE anticipated her , Senior year at Airline. Rachel Abshire Michelle Acurio Stacy Anding Kevin Andrews Tammy Armer Mike Arrington Gerrod Augustine Marshelle Alexander Seniors Success s Nothing Without Someone nf Natlmallieclliarnesffs sian oBacton, Q t'wA Ltarryfflliilfflrl. ' V f l' Kim Bloom Kim Bogey! h ' LalSH:,BOSEf:ffEl f t 4 :Melissa Boyd lohnny Brooks Q Tammyfliurns' , Damon Caldwell V lfjtllen Carliiahan l l 'Tammy comer Melissa Cooper i4 s' s l 'fiiiiromif lmvml srsPHrNsoN,l BQ, spacaqqmnd Bubba Toney seemedzto be engjgyirgg thiegrrgselveslbefore argoqssembly4jLR,lQHT':QffHE SENIORS of '86 had ultimate t Sliitffl' S l l l l l 3 ' AQ 48 Classes , ,X as XX es X N Xf Xu H Q f X N X ii f X t. K 2, unix Y - -s-,:eQs---f.f'-- as l .mm we sl k . QR Q l 1 X vt NN so S X 551 X of sf X t P X , , E K X X ,fit 1-s o Q N 3 ' xx ss 'Ya -. 5 E+ l s ggisfx 5 3 . .. U JN F' s o X 5 X exp 'K is 'X 'X W tt I x him' 7-5 exams" ::.msmQif-- f -rr'-MM M: K W s ms. . f .. is use . .. . f lses -s'- '- .... K - :sas ..,,, . H ',,:EN,., xx .. -- A gl sf Rr my 21 H 'E as 2 X NX Q Y 41 5 1 To Share It ith Al. 119 Firm iff . dr-A .,,. ,, . r Hmes balanced rn Accountmg I Charles Cordell Tammy Corley Kelly Crowell John Craft Mike Craig Greg Crews Stephanie Daly lenny Davis l TOP: T!M MURPHY and Stacy Anding' paired up at the computer. BOTTOM: Amber WHERPS YOUR HALL pass Bo? X I X l I ,la Mr. And Miss AHS Lin ea Fayard 84 Tim Murphy H1 4 'x W CV 'R' Q 1 3.3 If We Could Do lt Again, We Would f W-fffkiiiiiii .Tfggy Davis 1 Ruggell Defgfipssf K?!5?XeDOl??fsi5 l Ren51DudIey.iW? L T0dd,iE?tm3R5iif55Q Q tifmea ,Fayaird ig WA kelly refgasfm i Tdihmv fieid 5 .Q'- ' i - 1, N' - ' K M X xx? i Eg Q , My Sed NW EK fv- W Q? Q 5 1 if 1' Bei X-TQ eggs ' , vi gifii i fs 4 i Q i isgate visited after thegceremgny. RIGHT: Thehieniorisiieagerly awaited to receiye their S2 Classes junior class officers made Ring Ding a TOP: IASON SMITH received his ring. BOTTOM: The event. ouldn't We?? "My most prized possession is my Senior ring. Because l've waited so long to get it, and now that I have it, l'd never give it up!" Denise Brown. "I helped pay for my Senior ring. lt is mine alone. It is a symbol of my hard work and efforts the past four years. lt's made of gold and that's hard for someone like me to come by these days." johnny Brooks S fl a friend s ring luck. Lisa Fisher Daryl Fowler Josette Fusilier jill ' ,Chuck Galey Seniors 53 Most Likely To Succeed Robin Gatch Sonya Gilcrease Kip Gilligan jamie Glasgow Diana Gottardi Lisa Green Shelly Hahn Chrrstune Haley Chrls Hammons Russell Hams Steve Hathorn Gina Hayes jeff Hazen Lea Henbest Trey Hemgan Russel Henry Bucky Herring Tammy Hicks Amber Hmes Lon Hanes Robert Hoppaugh Scott Horton Angie Howard Lynn Hernandez Seniors Bleeps, Blunders, An r 4 ,J ,e,q,.w . ,WMA , f-as l . . Denise Howell A ' ' , , layoH3,itfles V,-V L ' 1, ' ' 359 tg A--J :V pwifzfsrs fl -1z.ww:::w:ft::fg'fwfzlgnm., ,.,w.W.a.v :W -v - , Dlahn johnson t f ' ,' Vlfl5?5t50HeS - A ' a , to IH' tae ff f:. K :zf 1 f -f II',- W4 ' 'dll-57 6 Classes e tSeverall'shadeillof should be the Vikese bear it" and reveal 'SOmEQgT'0f their most embar-l rasging lmomentsff V a When l' was calmly cruisinguthroughlrpthe school parking lot, andfgthe maniac, Damon Caldwell,tQame flyihg byllin his 4x4 Spirit and smashed into my Mustang. TVVlCE!!" flvlike Wilkes p W V. 'f Falling dqwneinfflje parking lot." Bucky Her- avjs l,nl l lllp r e W "When the danceline wagertpperforemingcfatllla gamegand parte of myfuniforlm was pulled off in 5Z,lfronetfJ,of all those peapier' Michelle pAcurio5 tt, lnn "Walking down the mall with 1oe5"COrC3vL" Metcalf while he was-walkihgfhis :pet rockin Qifpave clll cc'l M l t r "Having Coach Davis for a teacher!ffj,Neil rDa3ef vis r of e po,ll f c at l ' "I d0n't thinlilfllaehavefbne . . .l it takes alot tot 'Wi5lmbHff5SS me!"7Melissa Cooper t lh., , "ln 9th grade, when llgalme tofschocolfrlwlithoufe my pepfsquad7blbomer3!"l Rena Dudley fQ5lT5't'Everyday Waatembarassing for melffpxlauripelf lsgate A W 7:7 W V 7,yV, n,rl - I ,fjfjr . A After lallgthe Seniors Said theyf have fallen- Adgwn thgfsstairs, gone to the wrong classes, or fallen asleep in class, but to alllypxu Vikeii rla, W hoc won't "reveal all'fj,ffff I betfsomeone saw you! snmv HAHN' suowzn the true meaning of gtafie in moteon! - . f SP' Q new colors. A few Seniors decided to ffgnin and ,,. Embarrassed Seniors K VE: JEFF MARTIN had difficulties at break. RIGHT: With friends Lea Henbest, Tammy Collier doesn't need enemies! Laura Leachman john Lechman Keila Lee Melanie King Donna Little Mimi Londans Todd Maddox Tiffany Malone Seniors Best Citizens Seniors Showed Leadershi P lefl Martin Mechele Martin Angela McBroom Robin McCay Michelle McCrory Mrschea McCrory Marshall McDonald Mark McDonald Sherry Meeler loe Metcalf Karla Mitchell Keith Mayfield 'ff hi 4' If if r ,If fl Q , LEFT STACY ANDING palled around with the Louisiana Tech bulldog RIGHT: JOE METCALF, Dave Elledge, and Mike Wilkes enpoyed the Senior life. Seniors 59 Viking Warriors Gierrod AuguStii1e Stacy Andi l I The Class Cf 86 Had A Blast! K in Maria Monzingo Tony Moore jill Moreno Craig Moss Cathy Murphy Tum Murphy Paula Murray Rhonda Nell ' 'ln Y xlbif. 5.3 ,MRUNE ... . , 1 f 5 r towel. "found" to make Lisa Green laugh. PROCELL AND Melissa Cooper displayed a Viking LOOK WHAT CHRIS HAMMONS, Jason Smith, and Keith Mayfield Seniors 61 Seniors Daughters Cf The American Revolution Award: Cathy Murphy i f Optimist Youth Appreciation I Awards: , john Lechman And I Linnea Fayard rds Ne're On Their ay w ,,k,,: 41 P4-N1 ALLEN CARNAHAN tried a new program with Kim Pugh. BOTTOM: Mike and Todd Shy, working?!?!? DAMON CALDWELL MADE his way to the parking lot after a morning of tough Senior classes. Pam Newberg Theresa Nolan Patty Palmer Rich Pence Steve Perkins Richard Piper Rhonda Posey Shane Procell Seniors The Seniors Of 1986 f Q45 ., A,-flffigffzzg' ' - ezfggkjfk -gpg, Jxgcgig, -2 gjfjij, J w !l1'45?sg.'5:I:iyg,,,,,Qs5?i3W1H fix Hffgygyff - ,V , Lf, ., , pee-,ag . K -f .,.h,,,.fQ1f..--z, .:44Vg,g5,,,,,L .3 ., y - -, ,Lf-WJLWMH ,-wey.W3Q5M:,,-,- Q QV 2 E e 3 ." h,. e 3 7Bm6ySQSYCirie'AW:eFfei?Dii?ribdigfiiidweligsMichellefkeurio, 1058 Lechniifn, Linriea??a'y3fd2j2Qff ' ee e f - I 7 qfiqr, 5 L , ' A - A ' WM' .,:gQ1. . V :sq 'f ' , .,,., Lisa Rayburn ici! Reeder A e L Melissa Reynolds KWQX ff' gf v ,wwf 2 ,5 f f ff Aff 'f M e ,Q f 1 A c 2 V Q- ' f 6 k I ,V X fa J wif W ,Q Wg! A 5 X 2 M an ff M S Y f K 141' 1 We by M M2 ,Q Q . x V Y Y ., , W 4ee5, f55iaE?TeffiQfiiihafdsbne ' eeef5s2S?1Haff?!i?1?f!?oge 1 , e V e Siephfffhfekougsffffie l e eee JV! Audra Sanders 64 Classes " Did Their wn Thing y. OP: KEITH ODEN seemed puzzled. BOTTOM: O.K., st spit it out!!! Mike, Rick Scheer: leanne Seno Lori Sheridan Jamie Shosted 3 jackie Shumaker Todd Sh Vick: Summers S' ra: c f I ' U I Y Eddie Simpson s 5, IETSON ALLEY HAD to learn how to defend himself from all those sophomore girls this year. Tough life, hugh, les?!?!? ' Seniors 65 ll 'll Senioritis Is A Great Feeling IHSQQJSQSADIIIH-' lll!1ii655hi1f1f ' e Mn:hf!lle'Sinith David Stephenson X. EJ X Qi 3 fkbbeftch Stdkley 'Melanie Tindall HB bb T u a oney Scott Vercher . . Stated Melissa Cooper si ' Brian Walker Melissa Wallace 'Tonya Wallis joel Wambsgans Shannon Watson leremiah Whitehead Marcia Whittington Mike Wilkes Tamara Williams Bridgette Wilson Stephanie Winn Todd Wright DARYL FOWLER, CHRIS Hammons, Craig Moss, and john Lechman enjoyed lunch in the school cafeteria. Seniors Happiness ls Real At This Moment An . in in l ummm Wm, . J- - fs . ' , -,gf-55'rpizfzeflihiarg ,J U-I ,. 1 f , A 'ii ,A 14:3 H 1 X 3 :ass 5552 fiffl 5 2 2 5 Z 2 ' A - 1.-yfw,--if-lfflErase-f' gn fwwffv-a..:p:gggggggagmggg,gQS5 ..-my-V W ,rg fr r:gs5gAgJs.s:fv:f-., Qzfftfiig '-:gf-fi 'I :vffeffwf:f?ff":As -4' X L k J ' I w , K , , M ,K I 7 3,5 77 r K, K X Li,I 44 372, ,nk , M55:5,:5ZVti3:ab,mgwwwlgwygigsgzwg , M H '.'s s :iff h s s X' wsw. s 'THE SENlQR5'SQFlOAT won no prizes' this year butsgtheifffi f?sfi4gSbTiritlprevailed!5!!Q1TOM2 Craig Mosseand Todd Shy dfessedffvfls e e - s 1 W s e e the ocCasion,.igfQ Qsk f , , A . ' ' K ' - A , 9 ff ' L f y A , V 3 , ygs 1 we 2 Q 'A V, 1 , - SENIQRSQHOWED SPIRIT at the homecommgpep-raI!y.' 68 Classes e 1 4 I I Senior Pla Cast of the 84 85 Semor play were Kenh Oden Lrnnea Fayard Melrssa Boyd Marsheile Alexander Cathy Murphy Tammy Hicks Rhonda Nell Craig Moss Rrch Pence Hamilton Linda Gertrude Karen Susre Parge Roberta lack Grrffm Fuller Beasley ll ' ' H The Invisible Ma Rachel Abshrre Todd Shy Michelle Acurlo johnny Brooks Mrs Glenda Martm Mrs iackze C-reebon lane Seasley Deputy Shersff Student Dnrector Technical Dxrector Dxrector Sponsor Q QQ Classes I ., ' i 'Q x 5-K-' I fx at- I . .. gf - I 1 J ' M I VX gg I ' Adu . ' fu 5 V J Af . '21 1' um' -:tw A arf 1 . Qi -.- ww. ,, X . F- 51 1-4- 8-gm fr I p .,. Q73 r ,M ' fi' iw R Aw.-2 M Maggy? Q I 347 4-, ,. .Ay x Mmm. ,ww- ,- 1 f S Q5 AWFQT .....--.-......--.- W lf. 4 x " x . E1 A . 1 , f g--., il' Seniors 71 MICHELLE ACURIO Math Spanish Social Studies English MARSHELLE ALEXANDER English NATHALIE BARNES Math DAMON CALDWELL Math Science English TAMMY CORLEY Business IERRY EDWARDS Trades and lndustry a ' n . . - u . , an t 0 Senior Awards 0 The Senior Awards of Academic Excellence were developed by the faculty and administration of Airline in order to recognize outstanding seniors. These awards are based sole- ly on academic achievement in each subject area. The purpose of these awards is to reach a broader range of students and to recognize truly out- standing achievement in particular fields of study. The students listed on these pages have excelled aca- demically in various subjects. They deserve congratulations on their outstanding achievements. Marshelle Alexander Damon Caldwell Tammy Corley Academic Excellence Linnea Fayard Cindy Fazenbaker Y 5 Lisa Fisher Richard Goff Shelly Hahn Laurie Isgate LINNEA FAYARD Vocal Music Math Science English CINDY FAZENBAKER Business LISA FISHER Business DARYL GILLENWATER Physical Education RICHARD GOFF Vocal Music I SHELLY HAHN English SANDRA HOWELL French Physical Education English Senior Awards Of LAURIE ISGATE English DIAHN JOHNSON Vocal Music IEANNIE IUDD English JOHN LECHMAN Science DANNY UNDER Trades and lndustry MARSHALL MCDONALD DECA JEFF MARTIN Social Studies Science MECHELE L MARTIN L Science is S English Diahn johnson john Lechman Marshall McDonald jeff Martin Mechele Martin Cathy Murphy CATHY MURPHY Social Studies IILL REEDER Home Economics MELISSA REYNOLDS Business AUDRA SANDERS Vocal Music IEANNE SERIO Home Economics IUSTIN WALLER Trades and lndustry STEPHANIE WINN Social Studies TODD WRIGHT Industrial Arts d Seniors Will Cherish Memorie sl gsh't senevg an rin fikislly a'iSenior. Eleven long:-yearsilof hard lhalhallsworksiigand now i'm almost r ifrree5Q0nlY 'l32 more days with all ltlhsesefimmiiturefgw iundkrcilzissmenif il cziigft wgit!" i msre monthsiftill graduation! l fcariit-take itmuch longeplt will be such iiiblastlgoingi away to college and being orrlmyeiownslff fjggge,m9mh,gandipnei 5 rfail Zslrlil woiftiilieoabilerstoggradgate lygfirherny class! What if I of1college!Zl i'lI never get a job otfghaygea e63reer:51'fIrsrafvesip dgaghiisngsz l L ' in Weeks andiionefday.sF ifteehgeda5gs, Three hen- ilred,gLn d si:gty hours.el forgot to pick up rnygicap and gowhgsl doii'ti rernemberi wi7lat'll,lge onsmy Trigfinal! of les. is is Q isos t ennemsnmes, and thirty4onej1iii secoendsi,e Awh!lsri'm so-o sc1ared!?,lfmrgonnq5 fall qownMs g fwheifi-xljreQeiveVi my diploma! I can stay outias long as wants to ind sleeprhll day tomorrow! Those, poor, 'soU?lSitrh3?,5tille havejo hits the sflooryat six ai.mL!!'Ol-IV NO!! ln threeiiiirironths, lim riis gonna beell by myself ati college . and even worse, Vllrbea FRESHMAN agliih! r 76 Classes 5 Tong moms 1sEaArElf,i4JAs irery 73edici5i35d ,WH if V, mm. Stephanie!Winnlgsiibundggsime in her hectic lscheduie to' locker. , VV, I I I ill' stop atffher viade W ,,... fs xxf txifwg if n-Q... i .-N lg :fx ti TOP LEFT: LISA GREEN grabbed a few books on her way to claSs. RIGHT: That's all folks! BOTTOM: The Student Counciltgali wgbfthe best of friends. Seniors 77 junior Class Favorites 1 ta. 4, E T -f 5 f M 1' 4. t 1 "D if 7 0 juniors juniors Had Pride This year's junior class was ex- cited and enthusiastic. They were finally upperclassmen and proud of it. Together they continued to be a class that shined. They shared the good times and the bad times together. They awaited their sen- ior year with anticipation of the things to come. The class of 1987 proved that they were the best junior class officers Jodie Blalock- President, Heather Howell- Vice-President, Susan WHAT DID YOU do 0155 time, i Franks Secretary Sherri Kornfield- Treasurer A Shawna Henigan? from earth to heaven. Ables, Amy Alexander, Erika Allen, Casey l Anderson, Scott Anglm Sherri Anthony Randall Auchard Richard Aycock Kelly Baggs Stace Banliff Tammy Balch Marian I f I K I V 1 1 ' y I I . Bamburg, Margaret T Iuniors juniors Worked Hard, But They Barkman Mrcheiie Beach, Stephame Beasley Beimda Behike Charlotte Berry Wayde Suggs Steve Blaxr Lane!! Blafock, lodae Bodden, Stewart Began, Jenmfer Boone Stuart Booth Ken Bowden Tabatha Boyles Robert Brace Michelle Bradford Craxg Brasweii jennifer Braun, jrmmy Brennan, Laura Brooks, Yolanda Broome, Stan Brothers, lohn Jig, .L I La- 21,1 HI, - , . I ' 'f iifi'3,f'fl?1ffl ,Q ,zip ,my ,Y ,U 'sg V QI? , f 'Yg 13255 fair - 2 'Wx-g W . ,H U .zag.-,1Q, S2 -wi ' f -, 1 , ' , 1.32: 7' 9 ' 12,1-, -I ' , I ' fa 'if if YP Wfi TT d - ff: 'zifiz K. Y ag -f , R1-Ina, .. for iv " wffc W ' Q v n aaaa , i f of K ' f ','. " ii 95:4 7 fl' .lil UL. 1 , a. 'Wiz' My sig :,g:, ,V . . - ri L1 ' W,2Z:?:Qjf- an A if ,Tw Von, ,Z 7. we 'QQ-231 4 .V , a 'f 55a in 1: '-f 1... Q -439 r.. - , ij ,Q ' ,X gf- . W' ' if Y 7, , " 'ij pw, pf , W 'i ,. 1 V W AV 7 5' f f ' na , 80 Classes " Q. if . L' A ,, . .X f""l . - 1 . 13 l 1 1 yfnlom CIQOSSVANLD cindy cjbwellasiudsiifdhardgg, 5 wgefhef- r 1 1 STAfAOQTV1ffJ0V me ras: night, Steve Mineigz. Also Shared Good Times Together Broussard Keith Broussard Kevin Brown Stephanie Brown Todd Buck Kristi Buckley Lori Butler Bryan Canterbury Shane Carpenter Leslie Caskey, Leigh Ann Chandler, Paige Coffee, Aaron Colbert, Chase Colgrove, Danny Collins, Stacey Conner, Heather Cope, lason Crosby, jason other students in choir 5 Homecoming Was Special For juniors H X Cfoswsfisnigefgff 5issVi2!Ci11fifiv1irfis33??i2ii2?Cfy ,inf s Depaui' Miohdgl R L K K E S TX-gm , DlfakBfz 5DdfffQ0?i???f Y QPQGYA Cf1ffSfYf5f?f5 igiisffiiiifsifkfiffl iN18,i2s 5 i3?i5i3f7l3ucharme Stevenfi g s L ifgf 'QiE?F1eY Steve if 2 52 Sli' A' ay VA fi fQ:ifEvSfg1fj5tQQ'?aith s X E X , xg, 3 s 1' 7 F8k3or5,Charies E53 ' my X 4, I Ficklihgiora 1 R w .J g L i, is i - I 1 If s Q A , Gibson, Angifig fi Gibson, Chandra W o s s LSQQAPSM ZSSZQWF HP 'msigffwf 15 , ,. 'W'mf???'3 , rs--P ,... MQW'-MN, ' ':myE5 7':'M: sag Hwy, . , .. ,A M, , , 5 7 Z5 X , ss if 'Ku ax?-5 Qs- s ii '53 A - vrvk i l?fiffs4ifF1EilUNl0RJfCl?5533i'QHfz NukesIHC?oQi5fiiSz'?iSh0sWffd slheifs iUN'0R5 55914550a5PlR'T 5n's'hf1fFf?Qf?1QCOPU1Hs Parade Wooo l g s s and won firsgsjglgggggqprhesfloaxscomgggigipno. s Q 7 K , . I k K I A . V , W -, 7 1 K - ,,.,Ng.ez:g,gg, . 5 L, , . - -K ' V . A ' . - . 82 Classes junior maids were Stephanie Brown and jill Sims. r 1 W 5. T ' A" 'l if e . 7' v..ml f 5 , Homecoming The Work Paid Gff Homecoming 1985 was exciting and special for the juniors. After the announcement of the home- coming maids, jill Sims and Steph- anie Brown, festivities were under way. After many long weeks of hard work, the float was finally finished. The first place award was given to the junior class and their float, whose theme was Juke the Giants. Homecoming '85 will well be remembered in the hearts of many juniors. IUNIOR CHEERLEADERS PARTICI- PATED in a skit for the pep rally. Gilbert Shelly Goodman Pam Gordon Kenneth Granville Beverly Griffin Missy Grigsby Suzanne Gurganus Valarie Halbert josh Haley Dana Harbin Kimberly Hartwell Nancy Grimsley, Michelle juniors 83 juniors Displayed Spirit An 1 l'l35kliUSiE2??3l5?f!ff ' lHHY3fCl?'3'Slii'iHEiQU Hawn, Melirfdaj Hayes, Erikf Hays, Lonj K A' i Helverson M 'failing A Hendry, lMGliisSaf5ziA? lff lHeniga,n, Shawiaffglf jHennessy,, Lisa' 4 l qH6n'f'y, Tim K ' Herman, Sue Lynnj ' Hernandez Blinda l Hemaridez Michelle? fflbgfifissaief-Sw Hdjigind if Jerry Hcim-:lV5Heather HuttQ"Suzanne lacksQn Pif1gglCk- I jacob lNg1gi13q,Q f Johnsoril ll ' Iliijftitikf' Johnsori fP5ige' johnson Sabrina Jones Dana iff' ogetherness Throughout The Year if rw, A 'ff if Q Eb is A if l lones, Nancy jones, Tisha Kairschner, Chris Keeth, Kim Kenney, Greg Kling, Wendy Knowles, Terry Korn, Rondi Kornfield, Sherri Kyle, Robert Lacour, Pam Lamb, Missy Larger, Stacy Laughlin, Blaine Laverdiere, Tammy Lawrence, Susan Legrand, Karen Legrand, Tina Lewis, Dina Ley, Maureen Lockhart, Allen Loftin, Laura Lowrey, Chad Lusk, Stacey juniors juniors Had To Study, Study, Stud School ls Not just Fun The anguished cries of juniors could be heard night after night. There was always homework to do or a major test to study for. Many juniors believed that they had it easy because of the few required courses which had to be taken. Besides an English, American His- tory, and maybe a math, all the other classes could be electives. Some juniors took the hard way and took Chemistry, Advanced Math, or various others. Many options were offered to juniors. They learned that a person could not get by without studying. School was certainly not all play. Each student had to study, study, study. SHELLY GILBERT FOUND Algebra ll very amusing. A 'srr Meffalman, Heather t .. ,MCQ3flQ5QG?HEi-fifgfi 2. . 1 gl W , S.. ll 'X Y tiffimttiif-fin6f31i'Amanda ,..,, . MCCF3fY1AM.lfl73?Qlgs.f . ",-.,- as , f A T Mcceenaaa is A t c Vi i f?lVlCV53?ISM?E'5l1H .1MHSav1,, Dwi.. ' lllj3M3W,tiTYl9f 1 y f1yteaCb.um,iDonanelle2 A g T - fl W spy, , V fi n , V, .af , fl 2 f fri if 9? 4 it . if? n fs ff an Q, :L L i as if at f 6, egg? Classes l juniors Enjoyed Ever Minute N NX X i Meador, Ann Merritt, Sheryl Miller, Steven Mitchell, Kristi Moehring, Michel Montanez Christina Monzingo ID Moore Tyrone Morgan Sean Morton David Moseley Angie Myers, Keith L DOUCFILLMAN, KEVIN Freeman I and Chuck Partin loved lunch. ROBERT KYLE MINGLED with an un- derclassman at lunch. IUNIORS IOINED TOGETHER to share lunch. , Q juniors Year Full Cf Good Times Nrx Cindy Nuckoiis Cheryl Oberle Mark Oden Kem Orr, Holiy Padgett Kimberly Partin Chuck Pawlow Yvette Payne Sheryl Pelters, Holli Pendleton, Telisa Peterson, Tim u Classes f, 'Z Pfeuffer Candace Posey Shannon Procell Kim Pugh Klmberlene Qualls Gene Queen Sean Rape, Tommy Rice, Mike Ritch, Tracy Rittenberry, Gail Rolen, Merri Rose, Kristie juniors Smiled nd Kept The Russell, Cliff Seiigroves, Mark Seegers Donna Sellers Enc Shepherd Joey Szevers Susne Sxlvertooth Sprung Snmpson Candace Sums Izll Slsson, Dana Slaughter Rhonda Smith Brian Smith Byron Smith Willie Snow Evette Stalhngs Jonathon Standush james Stewart Chris J' Si W Q.. . 'iillffifl ff:4:.iw22f'sf4A-Aff Pffizwififgsf:4::Sw55.sWTff k:f':m:::5:f'l- 7 f 'faszff K W I M lllfhsrfnilllinfrnign wdiggzn reaivghafd l ll l me THREESTOOCQES: Curly, Larry, a53lMoesl Classes -il 1 Stokes, Cyndie Stough, Kelly Strauss, Jerold Strother, Heidi Strzelecki, lohn Strzelecki, Sherri Suda, Kim Suhajda, Michael Taylor, LaTron Tedeton, Dawn Terry, Ty Tillman, Doug Toms, Missy Trujillo, Steve Turchick, Robert Turner, Barbara Tuttle, Billy Tuttle, Michael at a pep The Senior Ring: A junior's Dream Tyer, jamie Upshawg Roxie' - Veach, Dana Veatch, Beth Vicknair, Bridgett Villarrial, Brenda Wallet, sad e Walpole, Ashlie 92 Classes kmwW,Mh.,,-glwnwawwQ,-,.,fLg,gWzr2"W f 're-mf: " -f-'wise 1 lERRYeWi??0NlSHQWEF1212?SlSpffiiffaslPfflfffQ- l l L,-4.41 , f- -yL,.,U,ww:f" ,4g,gQivgg,:ff zgffqssffm,:gl-y3:ygggWaZ:E'f,fgfpzagggfc' on ilielactidnwat thefgtyle' Ward Rebecca Ward Robin Warren Angie Washington Yvette Weeks Jeannie 1 Whatley Brandon . . White Sammy Wilson lerry i Wilson lohn Wimberly Bryan Winham Karla Winters Tammy ,s . ' . A Witte Chris Womack Tina Wren leff Wright Christy 5 :kg Fl gg g lm-2 if 5 2.53 2, , , . ,. -., s ., . ' -343' l 1 f' N-1 Qyilvfiiia f 3 ' s h ' fl ' I 131 t ll X VL 'Vt f 'is B 5 ll l 0 P K it 1 X' ., fw'Y'X' ' f '13 ' l ' Y flilifv' l tn,-3 .f 'QW st, ,v y "f4'4 , 4' I I I f I 1 'gg " ' t . N , A' GN I I I t . N ' uc f l A X ,rf i it 7 V! ?,, 7 J E ' . 'i hi 'ilgfz q M274 '03, 5 ,Q l l i . lc - L- t 31.1.1.- iumon anus wisma hostesses for the 1985 Ring ceremony. Ring Ding Senior rings are one of the most exciting things a junior has to look forward to. It all starts in November when the josten's representative comes to the school. After the difficult decision to choose just the right ring is made, the beginning of the wait has begun. After ring orders are taken many pay- ments must be made during the year. Finally the wait pays off when the juniors join to- gether for Ring Ceremony. Everyone receives his ring and officially becomes a sen- ior. The high point of the evening is singing the Alma Mater together as seniors for the first time. Senior rings are definitely the highlight of a junior's year. Iuniors 93 Sophomore Class Favorites ,. I - . f, , ,s.i2LffQLJs.r-' JsQsQ-'.,'-StrawsfifwfsaQJsresw?'fw::s,2.4::ss, .3:Wwqys-U,,pgm,1:gg1sM,,:4::sWg: eww- f. ,ep wasxsvs,2s:,1v,,..AfswMiW..s,sW4.msfwwwm , + hs, is Kim Ed ie Sophomores Dedicated Leaders The sophomore's year was made easier with the help of Stacy Doyal, Caryn Branch, Cadi Lam- pley and Kim Knight, the 4 class officers. Each made arrangements for the float, assisted in fund rais- ers and participated in many school activities. Without the help of these dedicated 4, the sopho- more class would merely be a group of people. QU t sornomoaf Bovs suowm their spirit at a Pep-Rally Allen Tonya Alley Tammye Anderson jeff Anderson Mark Anthony Deon Arnette Paxton Bailes Sonja Barker Roy Barnum 1. R. Bass Angela Bates, Teri I I I Anderson, Kelly I I i I I I I P Sophomores 1 25,511 Wil-r ,W 3255? 0:5 ,355 -Tho-gloss Of '88 Took Another Beason, Ihx3xjqaso sen, B2h seQ gC?rU1if,f,, 4 Bond, Jackie gg: f Bowman, Susan, Branch, Caryn- V Brooks, Kevin iii' Brooks, Krennash, 3:34 Brown, Arthur, f 4 1,jf1Bf0W nf NMCY, Brown, Wesley 'Jof'Bullard, Cyndi Burns, Robert ,8ush,g jg1pe f ' BoYf??Qf5Li59Y ,ogargqsz1,, B,zaoane oCartEfQ Dawn Chestek, Keith Chillog,hIa5ohE 4 Chisum, Ltigigida Clark, CIQISSLY5 Cobb Deborah Coffee,'Chris L Colston, Ann Colvin, jack if Conner, Eric' l o fiflounts, john wiconi, James Creamer, Dennis w Cook, lennifiarjffgwf 285 ww 4 ' ,,. .. 8 W 4 5 Q W x TZ, W ,,, M, ff. 1 4 ,fv 2 X W 1,. Q J 3 M . 1, 22 ,, ,, I Y, L, , 4 A r ij' Jr M xzbywyg ggw . 1 - g: . 5 .- ,g of - Bwws w Sffwafwgwoff wid , 19235 X 1 ,: - Sw: 1 .Y -5 , ,, u f H wogawssxmseiif , aiziisfhwza f ' "LSEEQXSAQr5lXT22iiiiM2::i21El2irgf1mfzgsgmzzzflixy zzfgwfggwsssgw mzgwfzrf-gfw ff' ffw.,.wQq,Q1,,Mff1.. 1- W .V U V , ,W ., , 4 , 'Hp ' 'f'T GeQf??5F??4ff y Classes Step Toward That Final Goal 3 ff- - - ...wr cet by ur is X XY' i A ,WL 1 R N if WF My -W 7,,A ,V V, K ,, 1 ff-.fre 1 ,S 7, 54. affix s, . tsl X aft wmma-wv ' t-wa' rf vw, , z tx W, IH wade, -not Y - r 015,124 1W,.fu , ca-s.,.,sv ftgfwww: ?5tu.12'Qff5z1f9fS .w.1.:twf1t f1:sn,i?s, s,l,,,,.l J gay,-.tt wt wi? W Wtrerfw "We're the class of '88" could be heard all over the parade route that day. The sophomores had worked hard on their float and were now displaying it for the public on that fine Thursday in October. After placing 1st in last year's float competition, "The Class of '88" was forced to settle for 3rd place. Nestled somewhere between the Freshmen and the Seniors, they managed to snap back and enjoy their 2nd home- coming. af ', ,:,,i..23 A V rs Q L ' s rs ,, M r.t. 'Q Y 1 Crumbliss, Lisa Crump, Kenneth Culpepper, john Paul Daigle, Karen Damron, jeff Darden, Tim DePoo Michelle Dewitt Stephen Divietro Nicky Dominguez Lainie Doneghue Cass Doyal Stacy . 535-9. J, ti 1 4 's ii' m e Duenas Myron Duston Becky Early Steve Edwards Brad Eldredge Aaron Elliott Tracy English lean Evans Melissa Ewing Marie Farrmgton Russell Farris Michael I az. 1 , Field Tracy Fields, Carolyn Flowers Sherry Fortenberry Dean Fortenberry Sheri Foster Shanan I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I . . 1 I , . Farris, Missy I I , I I , , Sophomores The Sophomores Got By ith A ffowleff rkelrfff l l lFranCiS, Roderick , .friebersen G 5 'Fusco,'Cheri' Garrett, Missi Qqtch4,'13'pssel,l,'SQ'. cgQm,l Robbie . i f Gentsch, Brandi Gilbert,,1ames,f, G Gills, Rachel Glasgow, Carolyn GQs2dwiw,nGav12?v Graham, D'arcy ' Graves, Degn l ff Green, Albert 'G" Gregory, Shannon Haley, Sid 1,-1 , - fi? Hamilton, Donald ' Harri5,QAngl6Q I ,L Hapgood, Libby Hawn,,Trey ifiavard, Shannon Haynes, Cindy Hensel, Angel Henson Jodie Herrell Todd Herrera, Conme Hacks Roslyn Hmes Damelle Hobbs Diane ., 1 r 4 2, z ,,, , X my WM , ...,.o 4 fi V,. 5 K V, E1 me f J ff f ,W s if "' " 'lm 334,21 . . Qffiiig' 1 iff ' " 5 M? 8 Classes e axed, But Fun-Filled Year - M Hogg, Theresa Hollis, Tonya Honaker, Doug Howard, Todd Huddleston, Myrna Hudson, lack Hunt, Mollie Hunt, Renee lhle, julie labrey, Chris ' lacks, David lacobs, Charles lanes, Kevin johnson, Raymond johnson, Tiffany jones Ann Marie Kaiser Christy Keenan Kelly Keene Tracey Keffer Timothy Kennady Richard Kxllron Karen Kmgrey Kathy Kirby Wesley Kirkland Holly Knight Kim Kosloski Missy Krell Lee Lairson joe Lambie Chris Sophomores Two Down And Two To Go Lampley Fifi Landry Liia ,gg Larpisprmlilfnlmyagiigi Laufanfsffkfsgaeffgi Lavafdieref Lance! La Y?fsnQf1Iammy?a Lawgfence, Mikie' :man Rick l a Lee ffffofy 1 -lesikaf .Cafiia V Lewis' ' Shannon o filly deg ' Linderghelbyig h Loflanclf1Russ Madden Skip Malone, Darilnji l Malone Jackie JLadskqQ,, bMaqr3allegig 2 'L52,:ffQ,Z ,v: ,, 2 'F ' ,Y px fa fw ,Q M2 , ff, , r Z f 2 4. ' ,J 1 1 H: ,ff f if , aa ff l f 52 fe we ,Z J Aa y 5 X53 -3' K ga R' Y fm, ,, mf , ,ffwggw,,?,--'1a:SSw,QL7-mms.Q'-,r3'fa,:?' ' ,,?:gf..a,-w-lisa-MVHs,U95asJ3a5.p2fGL5Z,:Q2:5:wMfrzemgylm:x2'M5sf-W .f,:7uWv:v'b-.iwmzifd-'l ' -fslfd - - TRACY ELLIOTT AND Nicky Dwnetro talked for a whale before the Pep Rally 100 Valhalla Homecoming Sophomores Enjoyed Their Second Airline Homecoming This time of year is one of the most thrilling. Fall is in the air and the excitement of football season rings in everyone's ears. Tammye Alley, in her emerald green outfit, and Kim Knight, in her burgundy suit had the privilege of repre- senting their class at this gala event. 3 - SOPHOMORE MAIDSRODE ini A jeep ingthe paradef l . Malone Nancy Marlowe Kim Martin Charles Martin Cheryl Martin Denise Matthews Ronald Mayfield, Stephen Mays, Jodi Mayweather, Maurice r - 'McAlIister, Kim McClurkin,Bekki V McCoy, Tami ' , Sophomores 101 The Class Cf '88 Had McCracken Michele MkED'onald Wesley McGrath Traci K' McGuire Melissa McLaren Kenny McLean Karen McMahon Clifford McNabb Trey McNally Steve McNaughton Theresa McWilliams, Tanzie Meeierh Charlotte A I I I I r 1 I I 1 A Willa. A - -' in : A le ll,lle f vw f::ffe:..- M , nf, 'Q fl 5,54 if llf I Classes an . me on fm, Ms. eww sovnomonss mn Arrmnow In Band mums uommcusz took a lagglig maui. I Merritt Scott Merryman Robert Meshell Sherrx Meshell Tern Miller john Miller, Katie Miller, Steven Mills, jeff Mitchell, Bobby Montgomery, Amanda Moon, Tara, Moore, Andy W' X ,, ,Q 4 L ' M2 W E W 1 WZ? mwf"'lZ 4, , Z f U,,,' ,w..,,W ,, . A Spirit Filled Year l ' Morgan, Rhonda Mullins, jeremy Murphy, Chad Murphy, Dustin Newton, Cheryl Nichols, Ronni Niebel Rick Oakley Lecia Pace Grady Pace Mona Pace Traci Parish Kathy Pearson Melodie Pelters Billy Pendleton Ricky Sophomores Sophomores No Longer Bottom l 1 4 y .,, Peterson, ,m U . , A. ,. Phillips, v hh,?- ,l . ,H ,M Vh .Piperfg .- l , ' 2 K l ,vffhallmllfrdeifelzfffefflf, elel , , igplafnslf i-'E-:ag , ' . W , fviaza, Eddief e A ff LSZz.,?'jl "' 1' 5. -'S f f , A5 Polk Tammy Pratt Andrea Pressley Steve Prmce C E Puckett, Corey Purcell Laura Readore Bobby Rlchse Doug Riley Mark Wayne Robmsan Marcy Rolfe Bemge Rowe 'Nikki Salmas Usa Sanford, Bl Sanford De,-kde Sauseda Michelle Schauer Missy Shlapkohl Shannon Seward Scott Sewell, jenmfer Sheppard Stacy Sherman, Mnchelle Grepman, Colleen Skidmore Lzz , f Q b- , ky gsv k A 5 m g 1 xr A 1 5? 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" ' ', l 5 - ' ' LL ' X ' t l wx li l , ' ', 3 i A 5 1' ,vga 1 W' ' ' k , ' Q,ff::gpggglwggmgzggggggyif,g- 1: V ff , T1x,l:M2:aic4::5f:i,gf1':, wg ,122 Z. ii. 1 T55 7 :Q sg J , 4 f e f f l ' A' x 3 l l :Rh gn, l ll ,guy Q- , 6 ,fl f f, ,L .flaw...wgfwzgf-lzQ1m.,..i .,,w,5M.mW,,-Q,,gl,, .wggqwf el, .MM U W QW-,ff,,w.QM.,M M. - M1xx.sw1:g3.,.zs:wgf:14:by5.llnewl:g,F55gm:e3s'i':1fhvazgmm-12eg5-fllffrhPsmlffisg-LS-az:lsls-my - H m.,.vw,h vw.:'wQ,Awfw,f.q:A :V 'www w,.3ww421ww,..2vu Mivww- 1-Nwlwli W Y. www Mfwwwv -.,..'wL., d'SP'aYed4a Vlking Towel' l ' Classes wig ' 'X : ,.:g5l,ff.,Q-gfw A , . - .,,e l, l . , ,,,, l,,, , A , l, , e'll0YefflelfFfll?l75?53:Zliif l l li Cf The Totem Pole Slay, Monica smith, Billy Smith, David Snow, Debbie Springfield, Pam Stallings, Mary Beth staafigid Andy, Stapinski Stosh- Starks Trisha t Stephens Shelli Stephenson Nita Stephenson Tonya MRS. GREEBON i l...m..i ciitts GATHERED for a pmuife. Stetson Kelly Stinson Denise Sullivan Bo Summerlin Janice Sumrall' Marsha Swank Nikki Swanton Shannon Tarnauskas Christy Taylor ,George ' Taylor, James Taylor, Shane Theodos, David Thomas, Kevin Thomas, Robert Tidwell, Steve Troegel, Trey' Turbyfill, Tina Y, 4 Turbyfill, Tonya Sophomores Tumage Heather Turner Cindy Turner Mark Vanderburg Trey Venabie Josie Vicknaii Edgar Visceglia Desiree Waggener Deidra Waller, jennifer Watson, Greg Weaver, Mary Wells, Michelie Wells, Scot! ,r, W "White, Kevin White, Mike Whitener, Susan Whitman, Craig WhortoneAmand Sophomores..The Experience NANCY MALONENNON first prize for her caterpillar costume TODD HERRELL ATTEMPTED to hold up the wal! Classes 3 P ontinued Through-Their Second Year U 9' ii QXZFSN i MRS. ALLRED THREATENED Todd Spataro before class. will Susan , Williams Wendy Williams Shane Williamson Missy Wilson JoAnn Winn Amy Wood jeff Woods Connie Wyatt Gena Wynn Brock Yantis Michelle Zanca Robert HUA- HSOPHOMORE SPIRIT!" The Class Of '88 Shone The Sophomore class was one of expec- tations. All through the year the members of the "class of 88" pushed toward their final goal: becoming a junior. They looked forward to ordering their rings, having a chance to be closer to the top, and just making it through their classes. The past year has been full of fun and laughter, but the time has come to think about grades and college. Their next year will be one of amusement and joy, but one of serious planning and hard work as well. Sopho Freshman Class Favorites K K Y I- A4545ls?"Svfifsfie5Ffiif5"iH712'S . Q K A , . . K . . , V , , , H , K A Q af-1 : .e Li . nm: , 1 if :VTX is H ip H,.v.,hfs,p,,M.f':s, s, W fu 1 - z , 7 I iz u N,M,,,h,s1, V . vuww-KVM -- V V 1 1 0 f F Freshmen ff!! 1 is L l- 1 'E Freshman Class Students from Cope and Greenacres junior Highs blended together to form a unified fresh- man class. The class of 1989 showed their spirit and spunk throughout the year. The addition of these funloving students added a whole new meaning to the words "pep rally." Right from the start, the freshmen made it clear that were ready and able to be called Airline Vikings. ,petit - What sljwrong jennifer? ' Can t find your book? F l Adams, Jennifer ' f Adley, Brandon Ahlstrom, Susan Anderson, Michael Anderson, Tracey Andrews, Karen f 8 Backofen -Gre Bailey Shane ' Baily Tina Balch Carl Barnes Stacy Bass, lennifer Freshmen 109 Freshmen Did hat Came Naturally Beauregard, Joe Beckham, Kendra Benton, Beau Bobbitt, Colette Bolea, joey Bonds, Amber Boyles, Christy Braun, Chris Breedlove, Rivers Brewer, Kristi Brock, Kim Brown, Rachel Brown, Robin Brown, Torrey Buck, james Buck, Kim Buffington, jackie Burns, Lena Busch, Tim Byrd, Lisa Byrne, Kayla Campbell, Surdnee Carpenter, Susan Carter, Paul One Down Three To Cro REDDIE LOPEZ RUSHED to open his locker 'fl 'Z C ' SHANE LINDSEY POSED tor a shot Caskey Lance Chaddick Stacy Chapel james Roland Chapman Mary Chavxs Robert Cheney Daphne I Chesney Kevin A Ching Gina Ciccarella leanine 'eA. Q - - Coats Tiffany 21, , " Coburn Reggie Q ,, ,gi Colbert Glen Cole Angie Collier Apriell Collins Curtis Collins Renee 1 Conner Scott Cope Matt Freshmen Friends Are Friends Forever A , ., f-,w,Ws,, g, ,, STUDENTS HAD FUN at the pep rallies A GROUP OF FRESHMEN laughed about their day Copes, Stephen I Couch, Leslie ' V Counts, Hillary Ann Craven, Russell Crosby Randy Czaska, Kelly Czaska Melody Dansby Deborah d Aqum, Chris Darner Brad Davenport Bryan Davis Shannon Dellmger, Janet De Prang lennxfer Desai, Mounang Dickerson Brands Dillhyon Tracy Dobson, ienmfer Domsngue Maxine Douglass, Laura Draper Sandy Dry Renee Duncan, Tana Dyer Holly . I ' I I -, . . I L I I ' ' V W .. , a -ii ,. 'rw ,... ,il ,L K, 5 I I 112 Classes Frosh Showed ff Their Costumes i ' ,.,, , ,,.. L X ' .nfs-v ,I . 4 lik X rv f 2 Q ' 3' t s Mit E xi. H IS THIS FEATHERED freshman really jennifer Bass in disguise? She was one of the many freshmen who showed their spirit on that day. Earnest, Sean Edmiston, Bill Edwards, limmy Ernesto Frank Ethridge Amy Evans Kathy Fairbanks Gerald Farrar Kimmie Farris, Lucie Felictano Waleska Fergason Kevin Ferguson Erik Ferguson john Ficklm Sherry Fmuf Kara Flores Mike Fox Randy I I 5 I . I I Farrington, jennifer 1 ' Q F I Q 345 ' "ev C' I Z' 1 x 1 ' . A I N I I l i 11 TABITHA MURPHY SHOWED her school spirit by dressing as a bunny for the Halloween pep rally. Freshmen Freshmen Enjoyed Their First Year At Airline Franklin Johnny Franklin Perry Galloway, Pam Gardner Amy Garrett Sharlot Gaston, Christa Lynn Gam Randy Gauss, Holly George Allison Geuln Rhonda Gilbert Shannon Gilmer, Angie Gnlmer Ieff Glover Felicia Glyenn Stephanre Gordon Tum Grant Nikki Graves john Gray Kristie Grayson Scott Green Charlotte Green Vanessa Greer, Tanya Gregory, Layne Wm! 'V' Ava? 'KX ZQWMQ KW g N ff 4 J Q --'X 'ilglsllrlowed off their float at theil-iomecozhing parade. ll Ufblkfl' DAMPEN the SQimfltS of the fr6Sl1f21Sfl Classes maids. l iFreshmen maids: Mary Montgomery and Laura Joslyn made the freshmen proud that they were representing them. l l . it T c l l - .f -. F3 6 I an f 'Xl ' ,Q Q 1 W f '5 Homecoming Homecoming Spirit Freshmen joined right in to enjoy their first Homecoming week as "of- ficial Vikings." Weeks of preparation went into the creation of a Home- coming float. As the time drew nearer, flower parties became more frequent. Finally, the week arrived- Homecoming 1985. Laura Joslyn and Mary Montgomery were elected by their classmates as freshmen maids. Looking lovely, even in camouflage, the girls had a fun time at the parade. The next night, at the game, Laura and Mary represented the freshmen class with pride and spirit. Freshmen proved they had class and style dur- ing Homecoming '85, MARY MONTGOMERY AND Laura loslyn in the parade. Grigsby, lennifer Grindal, Lance Grosjean, Mike Guin, Kim Hall, Donna Hall, Michelle Hammel, Robby Hartwell, Todd Haskins, Lonnie I Hawkes, Tammy Hayes, Jason Hays, Kassy Freshmen 115 Henigan, Seen Henry? Mrfic-2 Hernaniiei' Karen Herrera, Heather Hacks, jeff Hockett, Ashley Hoffman, Erika Heffman, John Halbert, Brett Hoaker, Mast Hopkins, leff Horton, Donna Hewardjkrent Reward, Mike Hughes Charles jacifsemf Mrchael Jackson, Tammy Jacobs, Vernon James, KQSNEIH Johnsen, Amy johnson, Deng lohnson, Teresa Jones, Tuna jones, Wesley Lczslyn, Laura Judd, Selema llmeau, Zason luneaif, ferry Keene, Maman Keeth, Kandace A 1 NIL, .flWWWWWZSM.. 1, 6,21 Y I e X ' Maw-W mgwgay .Q:.:r:.sg,Z::ZgQi4g:Sf,xi-gg Qi., Q wqxmw Zuni,If,.W?73?3fff7-57353521 tzswwww Q fieff'i':i:t'L:vw:.fZ::zfi: sfzezzffg QS. . .pl ',,: 4.35125 ly' ZWU 'Vf'5ii52?,'f 4 7 ' if .Q ,EV . -X ' 2 1 :X fgihw t2P':Q31:f1w:::fff.fiE Freshmen Had The Fur H5 , wi. A 5 -V ' Wi z'-5:1 , :,., , 42' ,mf F 5 f P1 '92 its 5 v Q V I f 41 Z' l T325 ' ' 5 A il Q.-5 Zimfiriziziwwfwvu 1 fi. -J I - "'fY1m2gRI:i:ffSS::?5vf'?i'-xii' . . M..-W, .W . ,. . I w "A""-. ' FRESHMEN HAD A wide variety of Halloween Costumes. Of A Lifetime F is ,js 1255 X 3 ii 4 Q I ii a BAILEY AND Apriell Coliier smile for the camera. Keith, Brian . Keys, Scott Kirkendali, Andrea Kneie, Carl Knox, Lisa Lay, jerry iQee,'lared Lee, Tracy Lesikar, Kim Liies, David Lister, Felicia K Lloyd, Terri Lockhart, Bobby Lopez, Freddie Loveridge, Wendy Lunsford, Margaret Lynn,,Rick -1.e 1 ' Lyon,'Meiissa5yf Maggio, Betty 1 Maness, Hollis f , Martin, Karen " x May, Denise Maynor,CJenn McAllister, Kris Q T McConnell, jackie McCracken, Sam McFadden, Caro! McKay, Aliisgn McKee, Missy Mclean, Shirley - Freshmen Airline's danceline, The Blue Angels, was an im-, portant part of severall freshmen's first year, Much effort and time went into the many fine performances the Blue Angels gave this year. Not a day went by that these girls did not practice fort their routines in somei way. Their work paid off because the dancers were in top performance this year, and the freshmen were a big part of it. KIM SILMON SMILED for thel audience as she showed her tal- ent in dancing. McLendon, Lorne McMahon, Matt Mcwherter Laurre Meachum Geneva Meador, Meixssa Mickley Alissa Miller Leslie Miller, Wendy Mitchell, Charla Monroe, Ann Montgomery Mary Mooney Patricna Moore, John Moore, Phalzp Morrison, Michelle Morton, Doug Mueller Chris Murphy joey 4 MUfb5ifiI?Eiishalgp12,o s A iMY9fSf if , ' B Negard ,',, ' A i r Newkirkfxephanie Newmani5Cuf1 ' I lNeW?05T?ii5f33'T B 3 8 Classes Freshmen Were A Big LQ:wefff:fzw:f::w.grff.-1 - K l ' Q24 s - '--' .s H Y? a Q fy sv S ' V Q 2 K " 5 a 1 , J W wf of f .C ff ii O "Qu ' f m- if we 1 rx' ', W - ,. it ut k N i Part f The Blue Angels E lg ROBIN WRIGHT GAVE her all during the dancellne s performance. 1 'hr f r , 1 D . S a H all , 4- f' s , ' ' 4, ' V, We ' r 'Q A IX. ' 'ji jx 3, Q X 33 li cg. x, A-Q" . N 4 in -A: 5 5 ir cf, an :X vm Q, XS , a der.--A 2' G I .. no Q' of ww' 1 I V. . '1 BX . Q Q - r ' X l Nguyen, Ha Oberle Lauren O Bryan Karen Orsulak Amy Pace Dawn Palmer Larry Parker Iennrfer Partarn Kirk Partnn Scott Payne Shannon Pemngton Charlene Peterson Trna Phallxps Vrlu Pons jenmfer Posey Stephen Qualls Steve Ray Richard Robrnette Cymhrs Robinson Aj Robrnson Ann Rousseau Lee Salter, Davrd Sanders Heath Sanders jason Sanders Rod Sanford Tuna I I . I I I I I ,I I I I I I I Pool, Sean I I I I I , I I 1 , . I I I Freshmen I Friendship Held The fgefggg H ,I A ,A . A: f '- ' -'gif-'fm 5"f1e.wU 'A A 'J 5535. , 5' ' '- 'f 1 ' ,, ' i - lqfi l ' H - 3'-V7 J ' I H ki ii5395553525132ZZPYGSVW3'l352lEi9?9'3'i435:5lU55Lf3.-L7'. ,L, ,, mf. x zz: N 1 me Sei? SVC'Wsasszarszsffzzfzggimp J W,'wi'.:54f-zzzfsrwg-ffgff-4 - - 'sswfwisvsrffiwggmwsgeggfgf U sH0w59THf!3Q?F?iFifWbY e A e ,eee B201 W eee eee i e AQ ? eeee lsharbcxrisigefiiizhbew l 1 gif eee Shasbglgskipnefiefe ' jliflffgf e e e 1 s e ' 5iIiT5,'fLi53Qf?7iIQ5ffE ,'- Q i ee eee e :,,e SS? 'J Slay, SfeYen!gg3i5?iE5 Qg5egi' 4 ,X f eeel ee ee e 2 ei .- ,"e 1 www eee' 120 Classes AQQSUNE SEEMED a ggfQ3igfggj1fze,g: V' on 1.' S w Smith, Scott Smith Theresa Smith Tuna Snow Eureka Southerland Steve Stanbrough lason Standish Darren Stephens, Timothy Stmson Angel' St'F?Q9ni.gPatr E, . Q Stqiier fiednnaf If 5ffi?E0PilZF3h?!1dfah suhg5da,ecaqen Sullivang Mandy Summerlin,-Christa posed for a pxcture. TaYlor, Altdn L ' Ta'ylor,f Eddie e h Tharpe, Brad fi' Freshmen Freshmen Will THIS FRESHMAN PREFERRED to lie in the grass at break. fif'Th6mag, Maegigellg I ,fsQTlf!?f"S'iHf ' if4Todd,Ieanirqg Q W W I E RRRE iTe?:"?b'Et"Fff K A .1 ,-ffl., QR A ,V,V, Q Rf K. I I 'R F5 Q? 5:5 ' -X, 74?-, ll ll "LOOK, I CLEANED out my locker." "I CAN'T FIND anything in this locker." Classes Q Be Freshmen X ' I W WE CAUGHT THIS freshman a little off guard. Ari. The Class Of 1989 This year was a big year for the class of '89. They were coming from two different junior highs, C-reenecres and Cope, to unite as one family in the big A.H.S. They had to forget all former rival- ries and get acquainted with a lot of new people. But at the same time they had to adjust to a new school and harder classes, which by no means is an easy task. But the class of '89 proved they were ready to be Vikings when the first pep rally rolled around. They all joined together with excitement and enthusiasm. They also proved their Viking pride when it came time to make Homecoming floats. They put many hours of time and effort into perfecting their float, but when it was done the effort all paid off. They ended up getting second place in the float contest, but they have shown the upper classmen that they won their way to the top. THIS IS THE way the freshmen conducted class. Turchick Susan Underwood Kevm Vaughan Tracie Vela Gracie Vrllar Findlay Vines Kimberly Waggoner Thomas Walker Cory Walker Ginny Walker jerry Waller jackie Walker Todd I I A ' ' f 1 ' I 1 1 1 , f it ga alz. if ' I i Q 4. .. . .re r K - if X 2' . 9' V ', Q - K fl Y 1 I I 3 ' . .- K A H , Q4 :gif s ' ' .. 4 J i , -Q' S X, 1 ' , X sa - ' 1 Freshme 123 Some Freshmen Had lder Siblings who really get along, Washer jerry Watktns hm Weaver Tulle Webb, Knstm weeks Rusty t t' S S Vgslshivsiisff w ' T 1 wrmzaek Tiireri' at . . Q f Quite a few freshmen had an advantage when it came to adjusting to high school life. These students had older brothers or sisters who had "survived" their freshman year at Airline. When asked about their relationship with their siblings, these freshmen had interesting responses. Most of the freshmen asked, said that people thought they looked like their older sibling, but when they were asked how they felt about it, their answers varied. lim Watkins said he didn't care but that his brother, Tim, hated it. Suzy Wise said she didn't mind because she thinks her brother jimmy is cute. When it came to describing their relation- ships with their brothers and sisters, the freshmen became quite honest. Susan Tur- chick remarked that she and her brother Robert ignore each other so there is no problem with fighting. On the other hand, Tabitha Murphy said she and her brother Tim have a very open relationship and they get along "totally super." For a few freshmen, this was the last year that their older brothers and sisters would be students at Airline. Those whose brothers or sisters were graduating, shared mixed feelings on the thought of their siblings leav- ing home. To Kevin Fergason it meant that he wouldn't get a ride to school next year. For Pat Stinson it was a sad thought because he went places with his sisters. Karen Wilkes summed it up by saying that she and her brother Mike always talk to each other about things they couldn't share with just anybody. When Mike leaves for college she will miss going places with him. lt just goes to show 5 W T' 2 vi if 5 at iiii Y l I 1 I . K M 2 ' i ' E SS l 4 l l l that brothers and sisters can be best friends. l 1 J 1 To Make Them Feel Welcome 1 , l 1 MM AND TIM WATKINS posed for a picture, . VICTOR AND WESLEY JONES posed for a picture. l Williams, Cherry Williams, Dawn Williams, Kelly L Wilson, lohn Eddie Wimberly, Michelle Wirth, Shenea Wise, Suzy Wolverton, Sharnael Wood, Dawn Woodard, Dawn Wright, Robin Freshmen Dr. Haley Showed Concert Dr. Phillip Haley Principal For his second year at Airline, Dr. Phillip Haley's exuberance has shown throughout the year. Dr. Haley has always been an avid Airline fan in every way. During his time as principal, he has set forth many goals for himself and for the school. Already, many of these goals have been achieved, but unfortunately many remain to be conquered. Working to improve the school life at Airline, Dr. Phillip Haley has made another year of school a big success. Through his many years of working with schools, Dr. Haley has taught, as well as learned, an abundance of wisdom. Dr. Haley's perseverence has brought about several major changes in the curriculum at Airline, so that the students can better themselves. Making Air- line's academics superior, Dr. Haley has given each student a priceless opportunity to learn from exper- ienced teachers and counselors. Dr. Haley's motivation and determination show up in everything he does. 126 Valhalla The Assistant Principals Did More Mrs. L. W. Walker Assistant Principal Mrs. Lacyne Walker has enjoyed her third year at Airline as an assistant principal. She was concerned about the day-to-day problems ofthe students and was always there for them to talk to. The time she spent in the lunchroom with "her kids" was important to her. Mrs. Walker felt that she was able to get to know AHS students better when they were in the relaxed atmo- sphere of the cafeteria. Her other concerns as assistant principal were that pupils will have more respect for school rules and property. Mrs. Walker and her husband, Mr. A.W. Walker, have two grown children. When not working diligently at school, she could be found doing crossword puzzles, gardening, sewing, or spending time with her grand- children. She has been an asset to our staff and truly cares about Airline's student body. as-W 128 Valhalla E .. 9' Af' A on. I1 ur Counselors And Secretaries l e eere 55 .l,,V,A, ww ,r,.- .,,,.r.'r.,M L 1 Qi 30 Valhalla si +5 si fre ,, J' rr f,.,,, 0 My :Mem vw .A -- n,3wQ,g3 L rr QS" -I " V 14 f ' , ' 1 r ff? , 'il f 5' ' , ,ii In ., ,4 y X J V nfl Qit""' i . rffrrp A an l l l 1 we I '42 MRS. STRICKLAND CONDUCTED school business with a smile. Made A Difference Since Airline's counselors and secretaries care about each student, everyone has benefited. Even though they put in many hours every day, they are always ready to help. The secretaries keep track of the piles of pa- perwork, such as excuses, attendance, locator cards, announcements, and much more. The counselors han- dle class scheduling, grades, and aid with family prob- lems. They also help students plan their futures. Life is much easier because of them. I MRS. DAVIS, MRS. BOYD, and Mrs. Deere relaxed together in the teachers' lounge and discussed the day's work. cv an na 'swf s r,! , ,Z , . J LAV, K, iff ,fi ' WTA-k . Y, 1 g I if! gf- l.tCol William T. Adams S Mrs. Nancy Alien y T Mrs. Ann Allred T x . - l l,,,,..- "5 f ,M ,L ,,., in f 1 E , . I T Mrs. Karren Arnold I Mrs. Sue Babers S Mrs. Mary Barham x ,p, J ls . X X fr K 335 . is S Mr. Albert Belle Q Mrs. Molly Bethea Mrs. Nell Bice Faculty Dedication Was A Characteristic 6 sz,fT22.:.51r:,WSQFN-isA9353rf:g:xiQ5'?f51if ggi--ggi ,jk iw, it ,f W 4512 TT 1? ,..,.. . - fs . Q -.r N. wjf..,,zt, ?QMSQtefWay1wsBrandt of 17 i W, , ,.., ,f Ms, .-ff ,f fkyr 5, , 7 fu, ff' .raver WJ, tw. Lilr z :gym ' if i W ' 1 ,gag ,S ' v, fgaizaaiyfm f , f f Q If, - I ss , , ' 1 1 7 f gag ,, .1 t QW V47 5. , f ,. 1 ,,i, ,, ,,.,, .rfwwwswxwmswsassm, ,fm 14-at -'W-Wa., ,.a,,,,q,11 WM- A, It L. fw--'wwfsat--an--1s,,,v,,, t 9 ,Me swfwawa. man, 3 N ,Nc 5,v,v.,u,W,r7aqwsass, f 1 A ,ix M www sg - Q M, qt.MMs,,, H -is f f-wMsa,w.5MsffMa.,..Qws..1ta:,,fnaggwgz st,wM1at,.w ., New M M A -- Q wh his ti ' H f' -PWEs:'fNzwfwa1e5 A Valhalla l asf Q l i 1 , l ??Z'T52Y'T'V7SiiI"fW7Ti"?31i3lT','?5,' 5, i 'ff , ',7if51i?i,lZ1.:'1i' "-X335 ,TQ ' it hialgig. use "Each person is the artist who pail the picture of his own life. The cr ors he chooses and the scene Q picted often determine success failure." Larry Stanl "Seeing an indifferent student su denly lean forward in rapt attenti gives me a real high." t Ramona Stephd DR. HALEY, MRS. WALKER, Mr. Stan and Mr. Walden consulted "seriousIy." Cf Every Airline Teacher ' ,-Q t A l 424.1 . Kc! E .TILNM a x All i D W. . J - V xii :iz i -2- s Q Mrs. Margie- cariemn --1.-.. Mrs- .Qebbxe Carlin T tMfts'Al.l8R Carlisle A Maxivey Carr. , , Mr.sTom1 Carson Mfrsy Kay iflhandlerw iNlr.iKelley Corkernw Mrs., Mattie Cox r r rr r r rerr rr O Airline Strove To Meet Imp The goals faculty members set r themselves determine how ell they teach. Most teachers now this and have definite plans t the beginning of the year that uide them through to the end. A majority of teachers concern hemselves primarily with their upils. They concentrate on pre- aring, instructing, and communi- ating with students effectively. These special teachers try to be influential morally and intellectu- ally. Their goal is also to encour- age youth to be proud of them- selves and their school work. Another group of teachers want high school to be fun, as well as instructive. They work hard to keep their students interested. Creativity is stressed and ideas are discussed in these teachers' class- rtant Goals rooms. The faculty seems to agree that being the best teacher possible is of paramount importance. Their overall goal is to do their job with patience, care, and understand- ing. Our teachers want the stu- dents to learn not only the re- quired material, but also to learn about themselves. Faculty 133 Mrss Daphne Coleman Teachers Reall Did Have Pets Many of Airline's teachers have pets at home, as well as in the classroom. Cats and dogs are the most popular pets owned by some of the faculty, such as Susan Willis' lrish wolfhound, Kaye Chandler's dober- man, and Ann Allred's Himalayan cat. Pets like these, along with ham- sters, birds, and fish are i ,Q 5, also quite common. However, some teach- ers' pets are a little off- beat. Goats, raccoons, and even alligators are a few of these oddities. But Nancy Allen's collec- tion of Teddy bears is probably the best exam- ple of a teacher's pets. MR. SMITH MADE his Stu- dents feel comfortable during his class. fs: ' -7 ,, . -4 'Q -1 O y..,.ty wimpy, -mf J'f2,:?:?'sg 2 t as was . 3' ' ,VV 'WDW' fs , E 5 vits f siss - -- fQm.pg.,ps..5.tf.i.j:, L,Sg,:?Slf2:7f' wr fl? '-WQESJS .N 521 Ni as 92 5 :Q F' VME 'Wi 2 . . M25 Q: 9455 ' 3' abs Iij ,Fist , , r 221,22 f --,N .f ,t,, at 2 st .ples , Ti-ffm 2? wi 3 l 5 .N Qi Q sri 3 t sz if- W figs-A if '- , 3 Qaspardf ssss 9i?P5QrgsGravest5sfr wi JIYTJ' 335 at K1 "H, 'W ft H V .a .ts-frzqg J Valhalla tai i wg ,,,, -an 1,51 -ii? Mi, :ft its Mwmaa A 'fwsaas wzs wniigsiesvtlekxik s " 'V ,1 Jw y m z ifi' if 441 :s,::Z?:'15sm..ZZ.iz2: va-W Aii?gvfLsfsSf ss1f3t f -fwsff ,g s fi 7 team: gzfiiilxz ,-11 I VL 'N "za 131' , 1. , mf, X it it ll , , , 3 H , ,, 1 use l X, 1' M e ,Q K L SV' A 1 X el X at R f 7 7 s., 2 1 ha, J, f fi Z e l! - f -'fmr,s'i7QiEk?? .wb f X, it ,iv ,ng lk' w 2 4 1 A fx lfif k li fig K 2 wi . as as 2 4 1 'K 1 l 46, ' 45' l if t , X 'Q Q t 5- Q N P ' it' ll I Qgw,-mfzsfspzsvv-ww , Q X, ,Mm c U-:vig 5' ,K-M.t.,,5, ts. " W Llard ork Kept AHS Going Strong First row: Mrs. Rosie Hogan, Mrs. Willie Howard, Second row: Mr. Flin Cook, Mrs. Olivia Williams, Mrs. Patsy Monett, Mr. j.C. Cole, jr. A A Mr. Flin Cook - Head Janitor be . N, lf 1325 1... r 1 ii I r -it ,y v '-4 Mrs. Rosie Hogan - Head Maid First row: Faye Cutler, Mary Lach- ney, Camilla Candy, Gloria Toyner, Carrie Smith, Dorothy Medley, Sec- ond row: Maxine Brown, Diane Breen, Estella Allen, Vera T. Sprin- kle, Delores Cole, Betty Phillips, and Mary Salinas Faculty 135 x ll I, l .L nf ,P I ir Q f'- 71 M, ', The Facult Took An Active gf ffgfgi fmi e,-gw1ij:" ,V-Liwg. iii 5,Lgy3gw12:. atzggag 13 524 THQ' ffm l "gl J v li iris ' f ggvmiwywg K 53,32 ,fi Wiz " lk? t:.Zsi5?3s,li fff?4sfafi1f5Zfif51.tiiifflf fr' Ag- .. ' 4-1 , asf -' M ., fflwfzfgef- E I tt ii ,,V., ' J 1,,, b"Y Kiawah A " AIRLINE FACULTY MEMBERS Watched the pep rally with interest and excitement. "Each person is valuable and we as teachers must bring out the best in all." Kaye Chandler "Arrogance is the end of learningp hu- mility is the beginning." Virginia Fullerton "Instruction may end in the classroom, but education ends only with life." Glenda Martin 3 Va halla i ' 1 1 L, ' W Interest ln Activities Teachers Get "Psyched-Up" Airline High School's teachers 'psyche" themselves up for school h many ways. Many teachers rely pn prayers to prepare them for the lay. Some drink coffee or soft lrinks, while others take hot show- ers. Teachers may use more original nethods. Glenda Martin says that he listens to "Eye of the Tiger" on ner way to school. Amy Hawrylak likes to watch the sun rise as she drives over the jimmy Davis Bridge. A few teachers said knowing the duties of the day ahead was all they needed to encourage them to give their best. MISS RAMBIN TAUGHT Spanish in her spe- cial way to her class. S. F-N1 ,sg Lg , 'f .V lx 'I A ll . .itif X.. 5 4 2. .-is c, ,, 4 M .-1 M 1 2. x , 4 s ' f . W Q - ss .zz - 2. gg I W 1 t rx, J --,Li . 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A Q 35:1 g 5 b was gv H M g 1 y. -My LNG 1 ye ZE"E5?L ' ami 0 ww If 21' 41 55 az: 5? ,ll Q . ,Z L Z? 1 w ff rf- l H ff New V 'mafwfasqax :mmm mi fwwfiffIlwmzwssfwgiffi V 4521 M5Qfwwmzmzaxgqzlzmgmgrmmwxgsssmwmmlz T" V' 'fi ,fl f?1'wlfff:g:, zz: iff ,fzplg " ' 9321 4:1:izz.Agg-, 1:5 38 Valhalla Teacher Gf The Year 5, , J"' f ,..N 4 il qA" Mr Ioe Rondeau M Mr. joe St. Andre - A i Mr. Terry Slack FS: X W a 'Qu Mrs. Wera Slay S Mr. C. Smith T Mr. David Smith 55? da is S Mr. Larry Stanley T f Mrs. Ramona Stephens ' 1 S S T at Mrs. lantha Stevens fi.: , ' 'Q y ,Li 3' K ' . e ,..,,.,... .,e.,. 1 L , 5- 2f:Efe , .a f i f i f . Q - l 'K 2 N yt. A, ti ,L , Q 70558 TEACHERS GRINNED AND joked with each other over the spirited happenings at a pep rally. "Whatever you dream, you can do." LtCol William Adams "There is good in everybody - if we look hard enough we'll find it." Nell Bice "Give 'lOU0fo in everything you do, and then no matter what happens there will be no regrets - you know you did your best!" Donette johnson Faculty AHS Teachers Were Involved ' O' O I " wg ,G rig V y .. ,A ,,,, V MW Wwe W mf: we--me ,mam-Y kMk,,.,, rf..,..Qs.vwwwfzfefeswfzawsff - 3 I peg.six:msmwgggg-agggg:ff:f.5gis,,wi'gsgm- giifyiwfgrfggiszi-v.Whs mr zrrfgsiii r'1NYf'izJN,'gkswZQsf N372 ogg ,5 ir Mwigs-swf,ziifmseg,,sSn.,1e,.,,,s ,Wgg,yg1z:.,,'e1s,'3, .rf .vgsfgQgpw'2i,..g,xs ,M nwgggggfaew M ,eq New eg Q. B Y I SHAR r ,,,, . ha: 1, , 1575 ' r -W'-W-:tg-'ffarigregt f 52 'ir' -'L, QI "li if ,- Vip ,Jw f ' yfrkji r-fjj.,-53. f' ,,-, " ' r -V 1 w". ' , f' ' ew!!! .f',. WMA 3 , jx, b"" " f Wy- 2' AM, fw-xg Fmffiff , WG .miffi h""'L' 1 - ,... , ,s,.,L.Wfw,.,K,,,,e.sWn,e Nw E sw, ,, ., ey 140 Valhalia OUR OWN DR. HALEY dressed up for Be- Bop Bossier Day to promote school spirit. COACH SLACK GAVE a rousing speech about determination at a pep rally. ., ,,v,.,,N,.wm,e 5- A WWW -H fa l I ith Their Students 1. 2 "PH 5 yi. X... ,,i.... ,,.,., W Q '-1:1 -37 6 ff I "6 ,.l41E, . r 3. ' , I -'S' 'N EDU r i ,I A , l 4 Mrs. Catherine Ward Miss Robin Welsh Mrs. Susan Willis Mrs. Sandra Williford Mrs. Gloria Wilson Mr. Chester Wroten Wa ...-..-vw IAMES STANDISH TRIED to sneak out of Class while Mrs. lones joked with Heather Conner. Faculty MRS. STEPHENS SMILED for the Camera as she started another day. 'fi fr 1 H . .f...iLl 'l4'l ' 1 -Q f- , , v . 9' Q ' ur ,'y'51 if ' , f f' - -4. , - 'I . we I 2 Q at 1",Vi?gVqQ ' ' , I ' fl ', ,,., A , K 'I ' 4- ' +L 3- 'A M" ' ,, Q Q ,- ., A av 1 M' 9' "- 43 - ,A My-M - ,fu - f , . W W, 4 if .1 ,.K- .' V, K xv T " - L . .4 ' Q .' k , ,Q . , .A 1, u wig, E ,iV., , , , , Q6 i at 4 iv, s . U Q ..K"'n Ki is - an I f Q. Q . sg I a 3 'ff . 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T a Valhjalila Staff is O s T 1995 - V366 .Melody Allred, Laurie Isfaii:-Etlitearf,-lfetcaWarli-if Hblllfbrr, Heidi STTOIHCIJ Kudratiandets, Amylwinri, Amy,Able5f,EMQna.Pace. Miki!-aaa! NQcCTrarygrand'Pam Goodman. . V 144f a vairaia f 2 . l l l l l , l l l l i T :ip as 'i.. .t.ii ffsffl l Row 1: Marshelle,Alexander-Treas., Eddie Simpsonihcf leantierSerio-Seca, Angie7H69v4f ard+v. Pres., Julie Ihfe,'8eCkyfDuStonQ Stacy Doyle, Luc5nda,Chisum,flisa' Bosepffaith' Everriu, -MichellefBrace,rCiii'isfy Wright. ROW 2: Miss Welsh-Sponsor, Holly Qrr,gAuQral 5anqers,LMichelle,Acurio,-Liga Green, iamie Glasgow. M'echele'Martirk, Stacey, Lqskrbawn Eklanid, Cykidie SIQRESI Chan'dragGibspp. ROW 3: Damon Caldwell, Becdaiwarcf Riibriiial Slaughter, Heather HbvifeIl,'TSherri Kdrnfeld, Marnie Mariar,-Valerie Gurganglsfiviissyl Schauer, Sherri Anglin, Amandas?ilbeyf.ROW 4: Nathalie Barnes.,Sh6rriStriele2:ki,' lergniferl Braswellg Stgpheniqussgit, jay Hutflesfglohn Leclaman, Tamr11yYHitk5,fLai1ra li.bfiYh,lMcSr5l V editH'George,fSusie Sieverguanq Paigexloltgason, gf j. .fi ,qi :if kj I i 1 , 1 s -f -. ..g4.w,5I..-iff J' 5 r -easel K. f - + '- J A 1 4 ' 1 A ' .. i pt -if A . ni 1936 --.-,-,-- g .mg-,..., . M Airlines 85-86 Valhalla Staff gathered an entire year of memories and bound them together for all to enjoy. These eleven students and their spon- sors, Pat Falting and Sue Babers, were among the busiest and hardest working people at school. To raise money they spent the entire summer selling ads to produce an outstanding yearbook. The staff also sponsored the annual beauty pageant. The staff did take time out for some fun togeth- er. Passing bythe room often hysterics and laugh- ter could be heard. Hard work and determination along with a lot of great times ensured a fantastic yearbook. Heli TOP LEFT: THE STAFF "clowned around." BOTTOM LEFT: Mona, Pammy, Laurie, and Holly attempted in meet their deadline. ABOVE: Audra, Becca, Holly and Michael put a lot of overtime into the yearbook. 4l l Martin Pres M Ley Vice Pres S Strzeleclcr Sec M Alexander Treas at Arms D Meachum G Meachum S Boone ROW 3 L Buckley, 1: C. lampley, T. Duncan, S. Snlvertooth, S. Havardg ROW 3: D. Pnper, S. Rousset, T0 M. Cooper, H. lHutfles. ,, M. Kosloskr E Ray L Bose T Vanderburg S Doyal A Hensel A Hams, P. A. Ables, S. Bailes, l. Washeleskig ROW4: S. Merritt, I. English, C. Bullard, L. Landry, wn, K. Fowler, D. Visceglia, M. Cope, S. McCracken, S. Collins, C. Wright, V. Our- A l. Tyerg ROW 5: D. Honaker, A. Meador, K. Killian, T. Moon, K. Marlowe, C, 1. Sewell, I. Bush, L. Green, R. Pence, K. Began: ROW 6: N. jones, 1. Strzelecki, S, DePaul,A. Lockhart, B. Edwards, N. Barnes. 1. Glasgow,l.. Leachman, M. Acurto, A. ' f Clubs V 145 ii ROW 1: Selena ludd, Karen Wilkes, Diana Gottardi-Pres., Gina Hayes-V. Pres., Mnflorideau- Sponsor, Tonya Turbyfiil, ROW 2: Ierry Waiker, Susan Carpenter, leanne ludd,,Stacey Barnes, Amy Orsulak. K A I Askalada Staff I Informed The Student Body M ,Q ABOVE: MRS. MARTIN did a great job as this year's newspaper sponsor. TOP RIGHT: The staff took time out for a laugh. RIGHT: Shelly Hahn, Rachel Abshire, and Cathy Murphy Checked over the Halloween issue. p E, I. si. K 'k'L i V. K .K '25 ' ." 4, JS 5' 'L Q . staff had a productive year this year. Fellowship Of Christian Athletes 1: L. loselyn, C. Stokes, L. Hennessey, J. Bush, I. lhle, L. Fayard, K. Mitchell, S. Daly, M. eorge, K. Webb, M. Brace, T. Crook, H. Strother, C. Gibson, S. Payne, A. Smith, Procell, R. Gills, l. Weaver, H. Whaley, R. Wright, S. Davis, C. Branch, M. Schauer, Wolverton, D. Williams, 1. Dellinger, A. Etheridge, I. Cookg ROW 5: H. Orr, B. Mays, K. Martin, 1. Sewell, A. Laurents, K. Stetson, I. Farrington, S. Barnes, A. I. Blalock, L. Bybee, M. DePoo, H. Maness, S. Ficklin. ' EFT: IEANNIE IUDD seemed a little "upset" with johnny Brooks! TOP RIGHT: George, Spring Silvertooth, and Susie Sievers proofread a feature article. ABOVE: The 85-86 Askalada staff not only pro- vided the student body with important information, many laughs, and tons of "juicy gossip", but also promoted school spirit. The staff sponsored the TUX spirit contest. They distributed thousands of in- dex cards and urged students to turn in bundles of a hundred cards to win a school dance. The newspaper had a successful year also. They offered for the first time-a sub- scription to the paper, a one time pay- ment to receive a monthly issue for a school year. Future Business Leaders D. Howell, S. Hahn, T. Sherwin, K. McAllister, D. Visceglia, C. Kaiser, M. McCracken, ROW 2: S. Flowers, R, Hum, K,Thf0gm01-ygn, A,C,3rdf-59,1 T, Murphy, T, Alley' R, ROW 1: M. Wallace, I. Glasgow, T. Burns, R. Dudley, M. Martin, C. Fazenhaker: ROW 2: S. I. Sims, H. HOwell, S, Hutto, R, Slaughter, V, Cuyganugl M, Mylar, W, Mitten W, Boone, K. Procell, R. Upshaw, S. Gilcrease, Mrs. Wilson, H. Burcham, R. Harvill, R, Henry, L. ROW 3: C. Smith, L. Ficklin, A, Ableg, A. Harrig, 5, Payne, M, Montgomery, K, Bose: ROW 3: L. Henbest, T. Collier, M. Brace, I. Davis, L. Sheridan, I. Weeks, T. Wooten: G ROW 4: C. Nettie, P. Newburg, N. Bmes, 1. Hogan, V. Tousant. Clubs 147 The Student Council is made up of eighty-four members consisting of fifteen senators, and four class officers from each class along with the top four officers. Each officer must maintain a 3.0 Grade Point Average while each senator must keep a 2.5. The projects and responsibilities of the Student Council are many. Some of these include Home- coming elections and activities, the daily announce- ments, the can food drive for the Salvation Army, the opening assembly, and the Christmas-Sadie Hawkins dance. These dedicated, hardworking members worked together to better the school and provide more ac- tivities and benefits for the students. ABOVE: Kim Bogan-Sec., Stephanie Winn-Pres., Marshelle Ali ander-V. Pres., Rhonda Neil-Treas. STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS worked hard on Christmas decora- tions LISA BOSE FOUND herself at a new high. X Y KIRKLAND AND Missy Kosloski had fun at the Dance. cj' A GROUP OF friends posed for the camera at Homecoming. IONES HUNG around while decorating for the dance. Sophomore, Class iSenato rs C H Denise Stinson, Bobby Mitchell, Missy Kosloski, Brad Edwards Tammye Alley, Michele McCracken, Ronni Nichols, Amy Winn, Kim Marlowe, Sewell. STANDING: Trey Troegel, Kenny McLaren, Shannon Schlapkohl, Lisa Sali- MRS. IONES GAVE Craig Moss tickets to the Christmas dance. Freshman Class SITTING: Kim Brock, Kristin Webb, Karen Martin, Tina Duncan, Sharlott Garretf STAND- ING: Wesley Jones, Allison McCoy, Shannon Davis, jennifer Grigsby, lim Watkins, Matt Cope. Scott Keys ' Clubs 149 P T The Octagon Club Had A Successful Year The Octagon club consisted of fifty members who maintained a 2.5 Grade Point Average. They were good students, willing to help anytime they were needed. Octagon is a very involved club and assists in dif- ferent areas of the community. This year they worked in the Bossier Police Department's haunted house in Pierre Bossier Mall and made and delivered fruit baskets to Pilgrim Manor for Thanksgiving. They also had a great time helping with the Red River Revel. Octagon's many projects turned out well. IILL REEDER HELPED wash cars at an Octagon car wash. MECHELE MARTIN PAINTED a face at the Red River Revel. l CATHY MURPHY GAVE fruit baskets to the elderly at Pilgrim Mar TN-We H wi A llllSl2g lllllall M I 'gdwtifd J lfxgx 4.2 -af' WARD SORTED hay for Thanksgiving baskets for the needy. ZW x... .J i""'- AGON ASSISTED THE Bossier Police with their haunted house. DAWN EKLUND PRESENTED an elderly lady with a basket. Future Secretaries Of America 1: T. Corley, G. Niette, 1, Juneau, T. Sherwin-V. Pres., Mrs. Bice-sponsor, ROW 2: S. P. Newberg-Treas., C. McKang ROW 3: D. Little, J. Davis, H. Berchamg ROW 4: C. B. Smkely-Pres., T. Collier-Rep: ROW 5: I. Moreno, A. Ross, C. Fazenbakerg ROW 6: L. Henbestg ROW 7: T. Malone, M. Reynolds, V. Summers, ROW 8: T. Nolan Future Homemakers Of America Viii K . Ziff 7 Q ..., - I y 3 1 --,Q 'Q H i l K" ' A 2 Ill. . , is X' ' T - T Ev X . K M A ,L A K V VX, A A I . n . .,k' VE. . In Mn -1, .W f- P -' K H QE- ., , M , QV , Q-Q, Q K " " ' ya . -GLX 'ij .. Val: 'ff' gk' i , 1 M W ii, . fig- f f . A sf --- H ggl-,1.:sQ,-'P , . ,,, 41:5 'i -, ffl.. ,. - V ROW 1: W. Williams-Rep., C. Moss V. Pres., Mrs. Creenbon-Sponsor, T. Shy-Sec., W. Miller, L, Ficklin-Pres., ROW 2: C. Stroupe, S. McLean, H. Herrara, W. Loveridge, M. Pearson, T, Sherwin, K. Wilkes, S. Baggs, ROW 3: C. Bobbin, M, Sumrall, S. Carpenter, K. Beckham, R. Brown, M. Sullivan, E. Snow, ROW 4: S. Barnes, M. Loridans, I. Lechman, K. Procell, M. Brace, E. Hoffman Clubs 151 r Pr0m0tea iiSchooilaf.Spirit The Valkyries, Airline's spirit organization, had quite an exciting year. This year the pep squad had new uniforms: a practice, a winter, and a spring uniform. The pep squad began work this summer before school had started. Their hard work paid off. They attended all of the football games and many of the basketball games. Along with attending sports events, the girls sold spirit ribbons and candy, and marched in the Homecoming parade. The pep squad's sponsor, Miss Stoll and their colo- nel, Candace Pfeuffer, worked together to form a more organized squad. Their efforts were rewarded with one ofthe most sharply dressed, energetic pep squads Air- line High School has ever seen. 'Vw THE PEP SQUAD enjoyed marching in the Homecoming parade. SPONSOR: Miss Stoll, Colonel, Candace Pfeuffer WHO SAYS THE pep squad has no energy? MARCHING WAS HARD, but parades were fun. PEP SQUAD MARCHED out for a pre game show VALKYRIES WAITED FOR the pep rally to start. Office Education ROW 117. Noian, 1. Moreno, S. Gilcrease, T. Sherwin, L. Smith, A. McBs-com. ROW 2: Mrs. Bice, D. Linie,C. Mckan, M. Monzingo,1.iuneau, C. Nieue. ROW 3: C. Haley, L. Fisher, T. Corley, C. Fazenbaker, A. Ross, T. Collier, L. Henbest, H. Burcham, M. Reynolds, V. Sum- mers. ROW 4: Y. Malone, R. Stokley, Clubs ' 153 The Blue Angels Were Alive And Kicking The 24 member Blue Angels brought much pride to Airline this year. The officers attended Officer Camp in Dallas and were chosen most admired team and outstanding officer group. They received superior ratings on all their perfor- mances. Marnie Marlar was chosen for All-Ameri- can Drill Team. The group has competed at the Dallas Mavericks Competition in Dallas, the Mardi Gras Competition in New Orleans, and the Miss American Drill Team Pageant in Los Angeles. They also performed at the Independence Bowl and various other functions in the area. These girls should be congratulated on a great year. THE BLUE ANGELS smiled after an outstanding performance THE BLUE ANGELS showed their spirit in the Homecoming parade. MEMBERS OF THE Blue Angels Showed that the Vikings 44 I Q-w...,,,.A N K... GRINNED pr LN IFI A irl e ff roubadou rs gg L AhyEXCE3llEDt1Year T The Airline choirs had a very busy year. Not only were they involved in three super concerts, but they also went to many different festivals as well as singing at the mall. The Troubadours put on -their annual fall and spring concerts, including such songs as "The Greastest Love of All" and "You've Lost That Loving Feeling." Solos were numerous this year, as everyone wanted to be on stage. They included Yvette Pawlow singing "Cherish" and Scott fKermitJ Anderson with "The Rainbow Con- nection." Everyone agreed that this was the best year ever. f"'I'P RICHARD GOFF PLAYED guitar and sang "Stairway to Heaven" in the Troubadours' first concert. THE TROUBADOURS PUT on an excellent fall concert. IODIE BLALOCK LOOKED on as the guys put their all into Longest Time." Vocal 1: Dawn Eklund, Dee Dee Stanford, Myron Duenas, Eddie ?laza, Kathy Parish: ROW 2: Beth Stallings, Theresa Strange, Tiffany johnson, Tricia Carrellg ROW 3: Candice lennifer Waller, Tiger Augustine, Chad Murphy, Todd Spastaro, Cayla Goodwin ERIKA ALEXANDER, ADRIAN DAVIS, and Yvette Pawlow jammed to "The Longest Time." DIAHN IOHNSON STRUTTED across stage to "New York, New York." ROW 1: Allison McCoy, Dana Hall, Cindi Robinette, Margaret Lynsford, Dawn Williams, Dawn Pace, Christine Welch, Denise May, Shannon Payne, lanet Dellinger, ROW 2: Robin Brown, Suranee Campbell, Theresa Sanford, lim Watkins, Matt Cope, Holli Maness, Lisa Byrd, jennifer Deprangp ROW 3: Tonya Greer, Lori Mcwherter, Michelle Hall, Amy Ether- idge, Billy Smith, Charles Moser, Laura Joslyn, Heather Whaley, Angie Harris, Suzy Wise, Elaine Ray Clubs ,1- f www ea , . , rf . ,., 2 , f . ,- 9 O 5 '5 +4 r 1 ff U Y Y' ' " I KJ Q 4 . 1 .. fg. 5 ' Q Y ir W ' .. ! P t 5 iii? . 9 ' ? w i .iz x L' Yu? af A vas f -Qt i , if B A Sh owed And .Priide The Airline Band was probably the busiest group in our school. Its schedule was filled with band camp in the summer, football games, pep rallies, parades, con- certs, competition in various festivals, and District Hon- or Band. They went to Corpus Christi this spring to march in the Buccaneer Days Festival Parade - and were able to enjoy some fun and relaxation, too. A highlight this year was their performance of the "Axel F" instrumental. The principal arrangement was by Robert Turchick. The theme was played on key- boards and bells with drums adding the exciting beat. The rest of the band put on a complicated show during the piece. The Big Blue Band was a family that worked together to excel. Under the masterful direction of Larry Stanley and Patty Palmer, the band's many accomplishments deserved more praise than they sometimes received. Even so, the band members always displayed pride in what they did and in their school. l AIRLINE BAND'S DASHING director, Larry Stanley, continued tradition of excellence and dedication PATTY PALMER WAS a superior drum major for Airline this 1 I ANDY MCDONIEL AND Missy Lamb displayed their skill on e bells. AND OFFICERS WERE: Asst. Drum Major- Eddie Simpson, Robert Hoppaugh, Drum Major- Patty Palmer, Lt.- Stan Lt.- Sherri Strzelecki -f nz , w---N: , . W e 355 ' X - -'teen 't'w .N15s, , 1 . fffimi A DRIVING BEAT supplied by the awesome percussionists excited the Crowd. PATTY PALMER WAS this year's drum majorette. -gymph-o-hic Iiand ew fs 1 A in , 'mt is xl ,,,. 3 4i,f'1, f-51 r"Qf3 ff: QM , 2 trays I , -was iw, S, l ,J " xuqxil ALI I ' If fi! 31 :5f,fQ, Yl155,:VL - Q Ii I-I i . .1 It sq Wifi, Q 4 xgggyf Su, 7 . 1 I WJ 5 ffiii, P1 E , r . - NPA 1 .,V,, ,s,: Q' 7:7 Clubs 161 Strovc-:TG lBi-2 1 ETlhepBeste THE TRUMPET SECTION jazzed up the half-time performance. DEBBIE SNOW SMILED radiantly at the end of the show. IEFF WREN, l.D. MONZINGO, and Russ Harris expertly played drums. a i THE ELUTISTS ADDED a delicate melody to the band's L gf x BROOME TOOK a necessary break from marching while on THE BAND DEMONSTRATED precision and creativity. BROTHERS, GUY BRANNON, and Pattie Mooney focused on THE MAIORETTES AND Mr. Stanley led the band in the Homecom- music. ing Parade. - Pep D WAS J mayor part of L-very pep rally, They helped fire up the students and the THE BAND MARCHED in several parades, including the Homecoming lParade and the with musing playing and enthusiasm fhoers. Bossier City Christmas Parade. Their form and their music were excellent. Clubs The Air Force R.O.T.C. enrolled one hundred and seventeen members during the school year. Established in 1972, R.O.T.C. has offered students who are Ameri- can citizens and are fourteen years or older, the chance to broaden their knowledge in aerospace science and functions of the United States Air Force. R.O.T.C. is an integral part of the training of military personnel. R.O.T.C. cadets enjoyed a variety of cocurricular and social activities. The Viking Honor Guard represented Airline in various functions, while the Cadet Corps conducted the flag-raising ceremony at special events and sports occasions. The R.O.T.C. cadets also partici- pated in the simulator program, the Rocket Club, ori- entation flights, and several field trips. Squadron Com- manders Mike Arrington and Amanda Ross worked closely with the the aerospace science instructor Lt. Col. William Adams and the Assistant ASI C.M. Sgt. Waylon Branch to provide and train cadets in the best possible environment. The R.O.T.C. marched in the Homecoming Parade. AIRLINE VIKING HONOR GUARD presented the colors for the opening ceremony of the football game se Fl 2 Q 0 'P S """"-M'-' Qi ii. I Q5 If CADETS ENIOYED A tremendous experience at their trip to NASA Manned Space Flight Center near Hous- ton. ROTC OPENED THE annual Cadet Military Ball by pre- senting the cadet staff officers and their ladies through an honorary Saber Line. r ROW 1: Barbara Turner - "A" Flight Commander, Paula Taylor - "A" Flight Sergeant: Bryan Wimberley - "B" Flight Commander, ROW 23 "A" FLIGHT - Steve Biggs, Mike Arrington, Candace Pfeuffer, Amanda Ross,Keith Myers, Tammi McCoy, "B" FLIGHT - Tommy tWhit-i lock, jimmy Fuller, Gwen Ragster, Lisa Thomas, Kim Iacksong ROW 3: Sherri Meshell, Larry Blair, Twana Moore, JoAnn Wilson, Krenna Brooks, Roberx Thomas, David Jacks, Terri Meshell, Glen Davis, jerry Strauss: ROW 4: Wesley Kirby, Kevin Thomas, George Taylor, Troy Holloway, Brock Wynn, Dedrick Robinson, Randy Holt, Mark Turner, Robert Burns. Hammel Tommy Hawkes Laluna Richardson, Sammxe Clad t r Clubs 165 G T , COLOR GUARD LED the annual Homecoming Parade. 166 Sports 3M M Fw X3 ?E3,.2 A :gl X K' fi' W' S' ,g , Q" ,T Y Age i 5- vjjfk V uf-me wa! I ' -4 .1 V Seniors Led A Victorious Season Scoreboard OPP. AHS Northwood 39 51 Haughton 59 77 Bossier 68 88 Capt. Shreve 74 92 Lafayette 65 67 Southwood 74 90 W. Monroe 64 66 Southwood 60 74 Haughton 61 71 Duloach 63 79 Bastrop 38 45 Bossier 66 82 BTVV 48 58 Loyola 52 76 North Caddo 73 97 Huntington 70 79 North Caddo 73 84 Doyline 65 81 Minden 55 62 Ruston 47 79 Haughton 43 67 Green Oaks 35 49 Parkway 56 90 Natchitoches 44 53 Capt. Shreve 67 70 Bossier 68 75 Green Oaks 22 66 Parkway 64 79 Natchitoches 48 49 Capt, Shreve 64 79 Bossier 70 86 Lafayette 82 77 RYL FOWLER STRETCHED I0 make 11 CHRIS HAMMONS REACHED for an easy lay SLWI- up. W 1: Byron Smith, Lon Hays, Larry Robson, joe Metcalf, John Lechinan, Clarence Taylor, W 2: Gerald Gladney, David Lowry, Sid Haley, Chris Middleton, Chris Harnmons, Brad wards, Daryl Fowler, Lance Laverdiere. Basketball 1 1 v I .ff g ww 5153 N"k"'N"'N-N.:-..-".i W. 1 ! Scoreboard Haughton Southwood Plain Dealing North Caddo Simsboro Haughton Green Oaks SL Vincent Ruston Capt. Shreve Bossier Green Oaks Parkway Natchitoches Capt. Shreve Bossier Green Oaks Parkway Natchitoches SHELLY HAHN MADE a free throw STEPHANIE BROWN TRIED to block a Shot being made by a Lady Bearcat 4 . ' V C1535 'iv' its 455461 4u S 'R CHRIS HAMMONS' REACH for the ball resulted in a successful "PUT HER THERE!" said Kevin Kyle as he catch. waited for the ball. 1985 Season Woodlawn Bossier Haughton Loyola Springhill Southwood Huntington Woodlawn Parkway Green Oaks Capt. Shreve NCHS Springhill Parkway Bossier Green Oaks Cap.t. Shreve NCHS Bossier Ouachita OPP AHS 1 7 6 10 4 1 2 3 6 7 9 5 7 8 1 12 3 13 O 10 1 4 3 2 5 16 2 5 6 6 0 4 0 2 1 5 0 3 1 0 H 176 V Sports COACH BOHANAN PAUSED for a moment of prayer before the game. Varsity Slid Into District Championship TAN cotf wAs selected for the All-city Vikes Took District nd All-District teams. i.-.......,.., HAMMONS TOOK his turn at bat. FOWLER INTENSELY concentrated he waited for the pitcher to deliver the The Airline varsity baseball sea- son got off to a great start this year. With a record of 15 and 5, they finished the year out winning the District 2-AAAA game. Stan Cole, Kevin Kyle, Eric Lind- quist, Sean Koeppen, and Derek Moss made the All City and All Dis- trict teams. Stan Cole and Eric Lind- quist were also chosen for the Lou- isiana High School Athletic Associ- ation All-Star game in Baton Rouge. Coach Bohanan coached the Varsity Team again this year. When asked how he felt the year went, he replied, "The 1985 season was a very good season for the baseball team. We won the District Cham- pionship for the second year in a row plus it gives us a record of four championships out of the last six years. The only way it could have been a better season would have been for the team to go to Baton Rouge and play in the state tourna- ment." Q ff? iff faliskg tr ti' r "am, Baseball 178 COACH BOHANAN EXPLAINED team CHRIS HAMMONS' PRACTICE swing g strategy to Stan Cole. him ready for his turn at bat. f 3 FAM? il ESM .nm ,, rs. l I 'wwf 9 Qui H 1 ' 4 L -'M rv Aff r , J? yziffw as -f 45,4 V x,5,f2ff, w - Qiff'-, riffjifmgmlq' ' ffmwaf f"W'?-:fr 71 V ftz7j,Q?g YV? 1 'ff v 1, af ' 41192 a,,?3Ql5?fr1'i,, T ' . ,. ,A 3. 4 if v ,V ,gm :- l , Y 2 W, uf' ,if .ffix . f d , -W I , 'V , i s W f 1 . Q 1 , Q 1 5 'Ir L, WF' ff: , ,, ff .fu f, , " Q Q' A 5, Q Q' A f 'f A - ,w ' " ie: ' iw fig?-A +2 '52:,1?5w-Q if f f 'fmlf-ii '3-.H-' 4- : 'l,,.f- O 'R ' '. AEA agp-r. ., , U " hw f , waning-as 2-v.'e,,MWfff' ' : 1 -my ww ' 'W ' 6.5-2-, ,fwiwfu ' ' W -' A ,amy , V+ W- ,W W 3 +iEf'4k,a -vi a aw J ROW 1: Craig Moss, Kevin Moon, Bo Spataro, Damon Drake, Robert Kyle, Trey Thomas, ROW 2: Daryl Fowler, Chris Hammons, Kelly Sturdivant, Kevin Kyle, Stan Cole, Kevin Bonham, ROW 3: Mike Craig, Greg Webb, Eric Lindquist, David Elledge, Sean Koeppen, Cameron Branch, Derek Moss, john Blank Sports ,aw Mig! COACH BOHANAN LED his team to a trict 2-AAAA win. JV Won Twenty-Six The Airline junior Varsity Base- all Team, coached by Coach Belle, lad a record of twelve wins and fvo losses in the 1985 season. Ty erry won six of the seven games -e pitchedp Damon Drake won all x of the games he pitchedg and 4ip Madden pitched the last game ,.. ,. us.. . Q. of the season. Coach Belle made the comment that the Airline junior Varsity Base- ball Team had won twenty-six games and lost only three in the last two years. Good luck to the junior Varsity Team in the following years. , ., a...g-,., x MON DRAKE PITCHED one of his many DAVID LOWRY SPRINTED for home. nning games. IEREMY MULLINS RAN off the field ready for the Viking turn to bat. l fl i anus SEAN MORGAN REACHED for the Catch Baseball 179 E-'.E"t ' ll 259 180 Sports WITH DEEP CONCENTRATION on the game Ty Terry waited for his turn at bat. SEAN MORGAN WAITED for the pitch to b hit. 'VCE TREY THOMAS WAITED for the batter miss, ROW 1: Robert Kyle, Lance Laverdiere Kriel, Todd Herrell, Skip Madden, i Lowry, jeremy Mullins, ROW 2: Coach Trey Thomas, Grady Pace, Chad Lowrey Lechman, Ty Terry, Sean Morgan, D Drake Catch The JV Team game progressed. 1985 Season OPP AHS Southwood 2 22 Northwood 2 14 Bossier 7 11 Bossier 8 5 Northwood 1 4 Loyola 3 5 Loyola 1 8 Capt. Shreve 3 7 Loyola 3 15 Woodlawn 2 9 Woodlawn 0 11 Capt. Shreve 5 16 Northwood 1 2 Loyola 7 5 LECHMAN ANXIOUSLY waited for the moment to run. IEREMY MULLINS PREPARED himself to knock the ball out of the park. WITH A LOOK of fierce determination, Damon Drake was almost ready to release the ball. 'S as -31, uf. it , air is 5 ' l' ' .s,,1'.' N' P' '- ' i Y it ,s 1 1 T , s ' as Getting into The Swing Things Softball anyone? This sport seems to be all fun andlaughs. Ourigirls showed that this wasn't all there is to the game. They put a lot of hard work and pride into eachtgame they played. The 1985 softball team con- sisted of thirteen girls from Fresh- men to Seniors. Coach Terry Slack took on the difficult job of coaching these girls. Although they practiced with great anticipation they closed their season with 6 losses, 2 wins and 1 tie. They all look forwardsto a bet- ter season next year. SCORES B 1 opp. AHS 4 Bossier 18 5 Captain Shreve 13 24 , Parkway 161 15 Captain Shreve 16 16 Bossier 10 7 4 Parkway 24 28 Captain Shreve 4 3 Bossier S 15 411 , Captain Shreve 16 6 182 Sports Softball Team Facec TOP: LYNN HURRELBRINK threw the ball with ease. BOTTOM: Bottom Row: Susan Ormond, Lynn Hurrelbrink, Sonya C-ilcrease, Sh Meshell, Sheryl Payne, Karen Duston. TOP ROW: julie lhle, Angie Fusco, T Meshell, Denise Howell, Cindy Gibson, Susan Taylor, Shelly Hahn. vian Hardships 5 f . , f, w . ' I WA' U 1 ' I X A - ' .,,,' rl f-,M if 1 .. ,, .. ., ZH: i,,iJ?"L'5"'fZH5g'Jim4 q . .snail -'4 744' if A 'P X'- !"V' ' 3' ,f T 1 the Correct position of a Catcher. BOTTOM RIGHT: "I've got it! I've got it!" ANGIE FUSCO waited patiently for the pitch. BOTTOM LEFT: SHELLY HAHN dis- L W iiip T .A 4 ,, . wif ftt " mfg"-W ff-f rf Q ,. L. , A f ' q ww. I ' f 'Q iff' . f , . t ,,- ,, 'O an f. , . TOP: SUSAN TAYLOR listened closely to her instructions. BOTTOM: SONYA GILCREASE kept a close watch on the game. Softball Vikes Never q p r Gave Up. .ss p f2fFootbail is a rough sport fiiigdi .mixed emotions of anger,,,excitVe5 ment, and school spirit. iOuriva.rsi,t3?iilhs? piayers began their season withia s0i3 loss s in their game against 1Prep., DuringVthe week of. Homie - fsfimgingr Our playersipsyshfsditupirfvfs i i thei,bsi g, game. .We .lost .13-2.0, but their .1He21i?1sSlf rsss .game and they isi' tsrt Vikings itstfi 2 exciting The'OVfftif!li.5if3i??5i55?iQi3i!gEsQfih4 YVFHS YO 6 fosses- sirt i t 184' Sports Varsity Faced A TOP: QUARTERBACK, BLAINE LAUGHLIN, was exhausted after the game. B TOM: BUBBA TONEY escaped the pursuing enemy. Year Of Much Turmoil 135.13 YA, i 1 Q. wwyi A ,X 55,91 14 153 ROW 1: Danny Colgrove, Blaine Laughlin, Trey McNabb, Eric Gentry, Tim Murphy, jimmy Braun, Billy Tuttle, Clifford Russell, Bubba Toney, Bo Spataro, Reggie King, Row 2: johnny Brooks, Kevin lanes, Willie Smith, Shelby Linder, Eddie Plaza, Theodore Davis, Rayfield McGee, Stanley Brown, Ken Booth, jason Cope, Michael johnson, Row 3: Eric Hayes, Doug Tillman, Willie Bowen, james Sweeney, Paxton Arnette, Mike Arrington, Huey McCray, Tater Smith, Tiger Augustine, Mark Seagroves, Row 4: joel Wambsgans, Patrick jackson, Charles Faktor, Kip Gilligan, Ty Ter- ry, Derrick johnson, B.j. Sanford, Shane Procell, Steven Trujillo: Row 5: Todd Spalaro, Kenny McLaren, Chase Colbert, Tommy Whitlock, Craig Whitman, Sean Morgan, Bobby Mitchell, Brian Bowen, Mark Oberle. TATER SMITH anxiously awaited the outcome of the game. BOTTOM LEFT: TIGER and Stanley Brown led the Vikes down the field. BOTTOM RIGHT: WILLIE ran for a Viking touchdown. SCOREBOARD AHS OPP Loyola 0 13 Woodlawn 12 22 Haughton 7 22 Byrd 20 1 Northwood 18 0 Captain Shreve 6 41 Green Oaks 13 20 Bossier 8 14 Parkway 7 6 Natchitoches 27 20 ERIC GENTRY GAVE Willie Smith some last min- ute advice. Football 185 Seniors Went ut With A Bang ROW 1: johnny Brooks, james Sweeney, Tim Murphy, Bo Spataro, Stanley Brown, Bubba Toney, Kip Gilligan, ROW 2: Mike Arrington, loel Wambsgans, Rayfield McGee, Gerrod Augustine, Shane Procell, Tommy Whitlock 6 Sports MIKE ARRINCTON AND Bubba Toney anxiously ran onto the field after halftime. COACH SLACK CONGRATULATED a Byrd coach on a great game played. GERROD AUGUSTINE LED his team through the Pickle Parkway banner COACH COX AND Stanley Brown patiently waited for the play to be completed. TERRY SLACK lHead Coachl, Kim Gaspard, Richard Cox, Cecil Thibodeaux, Albert Belle, jerry Davis, Hunter Pipes lstudent assistantl. Football Players Received Awards At Banquel TATER SMITH WAS a scholastic award winner and Bo Spataro received an award for being a co-captain and a 3-year letterman. 188 Sports THE CHEERLEADERS HELPED out with the COACH GASPARD, COACH COX a Football Banquet, Hunter Pipes also attended the awards cer mony. e s lVerl0n Cross: Ver I0 ri? Past year skiied for lonxplaced first Overall '84, iss, and '85in the South can-Q tral sssssl Regional Barefoot Tournaff ifrjiei3tJsThis past year he placed fifdlfigioverall at Crystal Lake in .Qklahoma City, Oklahoma, and sate s'f Triple Cross Open. He ialsdapilaced sixth overall at the i?f1atiiorialyyBarefoot Tournament iizfiflfatmpa, Florida. When asked what he liked most about ski- itngyhefreplied "l iikegctting to ltiravelsto different placesf' Ver-s lon isa superb athlete and Aire es line is very 1 as A I h V'k' N G U N g p 1 1 I l 1 ILTHOUGH SOME STRONG points to the game were evident, the Flyers feathered the Vikes. Stanley Brown and Willie Smith ave good punt ad kickoff returns duringxthe night. Bo Spataro, senior receiver, caught two key passes from quarterback Blaine Laughlin and dguring the ame anne ran a few yards of is own. The running backs, james Sweeney and Theodore Davis, had a hard running game. The offense and defense ere strong, but because of a few costly errors and penalties, Loyola won I3-0. E KNIGHTS SPEARED the Vikes at the Caddo Parish Stadium. Airline's running backs had a great night. With a short pass from quaterback ine Laughlin, james Sweeney rushed 25 yards and Theodore Davis ran 20 yards for a touchdown. Six points were gained when Willie Smith de a 66 yard touchdown pass reception run. Willie ended with a total of 72 yards. Airline did not benefit from the many Knight mistakes, but e Knights benefitted many times. They gained a touchdown from an intercepted pass. Knights-21, AHS-12. ANLEY BROWN SCORED early in the Haughton-Airline game with a 2 yard touchdown leap. Eddie Plaza made the extra point. The AHS :fense did well in holding back the Bucs unti the second quarter when the Bucs scored. The halftime score was 7-6 AHS. The Vikes could not -Fld the Bucs off. Haughton scored and then went for the 2 point conversion. The Bucs went on to score in the final minutes of the ame. Bucs- S , AHS-7. B - I 1 I -1 l I S PLOUGHED OVER the Falcons on the Viking home field. Stanley Brown made two of the three touchdowns and Clifford Russell made the er touchdown that won the game. The Falcons did not have a chance because the Vikings were determined to win. The defense dominated game and the offense moved the ball effectively. Airline won, I8-0. E DEFENSE PLAYED a great game as Airline brewed Byrd. Stanley Brown scored two touchdowns, intercepted a pass and had 17 rushes for 90 ds. Theodore Davis ran 'I00 yards during the game and Bubba Toney scored his first touchdown of the season from a short pass thrown by ine Laughlin. Vikes-O, Byrd-0. EN OAKS EDGED out the Vikings as they played Airline's homecoming game. The game was full of surprises, though. Willie Smith scored the touchdown on a 6 yard pass set up by Theodore Davis. After Blaine Laughlin scored the second touchdown Eddie Plaza recovered his own ide kick. Unfortunately, Green Oaks benefitted from a few miscalled plays by the referees and scored a total of three touchdowns and two a points. Green Oaks-20, AHS-13. PTAIN SHREVE COOKED AHS. Airline scored only one touchdown in the second half. The Gators led early in the game and by halftime the re was 35-0. The Vikings could not seem to catch up to the Gators because Captain Shreve gained one more touchdown before the game was r leaving the score Captain Shreve 4'I, Airline 6. IN THE RIVALS, Bossier and Airline, came together to fight for the trophy iven to the winning team. Defense played a major part in this e. During the first half, Airline managed to gain a safety. The offense warmeg up durin the second half of the game, but the Bearkats were first to score followed by Airline. T at was not enough, though. The Bearkats scorer? once more beating Air ine 14 to 8. LINE KNOCKED OVER Natchitoches at Turpin Stadium in Natchitoches. Stanley Brown scored twice for the Vikings and rushed 63 yards. ne Laughlin made a 3Q yard pass caught by Stanley Brown which brou ht a-touchdown and, later in the game, he made a 41 yard sprint into the zone. Theodore Davis rushed for 106 yards and also made a 36 yard Sash into the end zone for another six points. Blaine Laughlin scored on a mble from the one yard line. AHS-27, Chiefs-20. INE PETRIFIED PARKWAY for a 7-6 victory. The Vikes held back the Panthers with a little help from Willie Smith He broke up a 2 point ersion attempt. Airline had a strong game. Huey McCray made 'IS tackles and Theodore Davis rushed for 135 yards.'Sean also punted seven s for an average of 42 yards. AHS-7, Panthers-6. Football 189 Freshmen And junior Varsity 1841 Mew' ROW 1: Matt Cope, Mike Grosjean, johnny Franklin, Mike Flores, Chris Braun, john Michael Moore, Brandon Adley, C. A. Hughes, jerry L2 Thomas Waggoner, ROW 2: Felix Smith, Scott Smith, jason Crosby, Richard Ray, jeff Welshans, joey Murphy, Glenn Maynor, Beau Benton, RO 3: Pat Stinson, Ronnie Myers, Rivers Breedlove, Brett Holbert, Charles Moser, Brad Darner, jerry Fairbanks, Matt McMahan, Mike Freeman, Ter Chauyin. 5 i Q Q 3 'gr r if I - ar .Wx-is ROW 1: Trey McNabb, Doug Tillman, Eddie Plaza, Reggie King, Shelby Linder, jimmy Braun, Billy Tuttle, jason Cope, Chris Bowen, McLaren, ROW 2: Wesley Kirby, Keith Faveron, Kevin janes, Erik Hayes, Michael johnson, Ken Booth, Danny Colgrove, james Gilbert, Tater Smith, Mark Seagroves, Mark Oberle, Ty Terry, Craig Whitman, Chase Colbert, Bobby Mitchell, B.j. Sanford 190 Sports howed Viking Spirit And Pride Frosh Sailed To Victory The Freshman football team seemed to sail through each game they played. With team effort they ended their season with a record of 3 wins and 2 losses. These fresh- men will surely be welcomed on the varsi- ty team. They worked hard to show their loyalty and pride to Airline. We should all be proud of these young men. Congratu- lations on a great season! Frosh Scoreboard AHS OPP Northwood 8 34 Bossier 6 14 Haughton 12 0 Loyola 28 0 Parkway 15 0 Work Paid Off The junior Varsity football team showed great pride for Airline. They won their opening game 22-0. The players put their talents together to form a winning team. With great coaching and lots of hard work, they ended the season with a re- cord of 3 wins and 1 loss. These outstand- ing athletes are favored to play a major part in next year's varsity team. j.V. Scoreboard AHS OPP Loyola 22 0 Haughton 14 6 Captain Shreve 6 8 Parkway 28 6 TOP: RICHARD RAY got in on the action during a play. MIDDLE: IOHNNY FRANKLIN f86l made the play as Byron Saucer i579 and Doug johnson i263 looked on. BOTTOM: MIKE FREEMAN watched the play pro- gress. Football 191 L I 1 Ei 'u 1 I 3 I 1 a a I 2 w K 5 5? 1 A 5 1 1 i 5 i P 5 F whim ,M 3 W ,.,,,,, fmt fwf' I -'Sw L, 8 . . .X ,X h . A A wg ,fy A 4 A ' T off' 4 ,V V. inf V , '-fr R qniiiigc 'kc - 5' 'I ' f ' ,- 43 .3 ip fl , 4 f f gn . . 3 5 6 ' ,f x A rf' 1i'j.:,,,f ,,,N,, , ' 1, 1 ,ap .1 xg' K , 44 v 2 y Y v. qf Y 32, ,Q 'QV' x S115 -163,3 n, wk? "' AQ, , ' F gr ,, Mm 4 S. 1 .zu X4-G' K ,H Y f .'.,. W 5, ,4 ." Cheer On The Airline cheerleaders have done quite a bit for the Vikes in the past year. The eight girls, sponsored by Kathye Blackburn, have planned the many pep rallies We have had before the football games, painted posters and banners to show the Viking spirit, and prepared the football and basketball banquets. The cheerleaders have participated in many competitions and have won many awards. They competed at South- park Mall and won 2nd place, received a Superior rating at the NCA Regional Competition in Dallas, and won five Su- perior ratings at the NSU Cheerleader Camp. Linnea Fayard was chosen as a finalist for the All American Cheer- leader Girl. When asked what they en- joyed most about the year, they said cheering for the Vikings and being part of the pride and winning spirit ofthe OUR CHEERLEADERS ENTHUSIASTICALLY cheered for our football team. Vikings. i . Q OLD AND NEW Viking Cheerleaders gathered for a picture. ASHLIE WALPOLE AND Suzanne Crigsby led the student body T94 si i cheer. gg, V Maw? Q ' . 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Coach Bggsegrrfgs yyegligas , othtettiftirllgi,anfe5ils'tiident body, wasfvery Qlgfogyi. yy the beftfotffifu xx, V that tenonistwas tnotiyustghard Wiirflf-,fy fq ,QB , 196 Sports g V V V. ov Another Great Yea KARMANN SWANK FOLLOWED through with a strong forehand swing. ,agar 291, ROW 1: Chuck Galey, Karmann Swank, julie Tauzin, Tracy Elliott, Kim Knight, Rice, ROW 2: Coach Bassett, Paul Tauzin, Mischea McCrory, Dewey Burchett, Daniels, Sharon Elliott or Tenni --A sez'--ff-H. TAUZIN MADE a great effort to herself to hit the ball. Si e Mishea And Excelled ln Racq Mrschea and Mrchelle were have rn 1985 T. 5, 5- Aw. 1984, and rteam. DEWEY BURCHETT SHOWED a great WHILE PAUL TAUZIN displayed a great forehand form backhand form. , 5 XWF3b?EuY9iLEk9'EeQ.xM N. gr, . - - rf K Qt r .. ,gl rf X-,gf www if V aww. , ff K 1 s-,'1w'17fi, 4' , Lf'7B i.f91:-1 Y: N' Mini: l M. YL. have Mem- iate f "3 1 6 :Sp up-v' i?HKQf?f 'w,' f:i,f ' rvwwvgggiqm ff. ' pm K f f . 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Both Chiersyhnds Da-E vid-havef madfe 'their fcolleigel tgamsy Goodsluck sto tshemfirrthie flixtsgxreiarid L 'C fiwsionlf freamisfor yezir, Q ns' 'rqy' 1 -mm lxlivi iff ,L 2 ? L 198 Sports KELLY STOUGH LINED up his ball BLAINE LAUGHLIN WATCHED as his l hoping to sink his putt. putt headed for the Cup. Another Outstanding Year VID TOMS PLANNED his strategy for get- TOMMY MCMAHAN SERIOUSLY stud- g the ball on the green. ied the green. W 1: Todd Rader, Kelly Slough, Blaine Laughlin, Cheryl Riegelg ROW 2: Tommy McMa- , David Toms, Mike Arrington N Sideliners jared Lee Golf Jared Lee has been playing golf competitively for the past three years He has won the Palmetto Junior Club Cham pionship and the Light Champs on Junior Tournament among many other tournaments When asked what he enjoys most about golf he replied In basketball and football you sometimes get beat by the clock in golf you do not have a clock You can enjoy yourself and take your time O I A ' l L l l 0 l 0 I ' Il S 1 1 l ' Il G lf 199 . ffl, ,,,,wwfg,s,-sam wa - - ,A '7Zl2'Xi',l f753L.l'igJ TEV' 'fifcfflil-isis Wrestling Had Three utstanding Player Q f ,Q gg: LljggtirV25sCt,raicgEe5l1forfiiiin.ri'i':ii52,f',ir'h25riirr fi 0f7WQ?30l?l5iLg, eer, ?ifsh?diri?ss,f,?C9fd, ,954 is ffpfffffiye2ff,1SQfvQg,,0i4s1bs mg fiplayers jwerel ,R'rekfjLagwson,,y , rsRessire.Kring,f5ndrId?lfW5b5liSg3incsQ,,,, 5 R,1,1R,1,ggkfs,prlgc,e,d erer r Bsrossrerr r lr are iiRi535if1ail5-ffR,ifSasEC selasesi- fbofhrffhe Niaffhvaioqjid land, Bgssier, C Sfcuffhmlehifsgviaad r f ' R fpardrffasna :ima rgofid FU Ck? f5f L fi .-Y 154525: 5553'--15233-f55:f-'Y'3'52iif??9if,'J1'2f'i'I.52-"'ifsfmcriw 731:13 fy yngoagsryzggarrlggrrigfmprzgufrwsmgfsruf. 299 5991-ISSJ Q ff S ' , f V I 4' ' , , P ROW 1: Fred Bermudez lAsst. Coachl, Bobbie Lockhart, Rick Lawson, jimmy D Allen Lockham, joel Wambsgans, Tater Smith, Chuck Partin, Coach Ciaspardp Andy Moore, Robbie Cratti, Reggie King, Aaron Coffee, Huey McCray, BJ. ROW 3: Charles Faktor, Eric Gentry, Sean Morgan ickerso ROW Sanfo ? Z Z 5 OACH GASPARD AND Fred Bermudez atched as Rick Lawson tried to pin his oppo- WAMBSGANS SHOWED a Falcon who boss." N ww S .fi k -QQ Y '-nw' .ZF-P 43-' '4Q' W..- LAWSON PREPARED to pin a Pan- Sideliners Chuck Partin: Karate Chuck Partin was a junior at Airline this past year and enjoys karate. He started karate in june of 1979 and is now a black belt. He recently participated in the 1985 State and 1985 Re- gional tournaments. He placed 3rd in both, Chuck practices a couple of hours a day and when asked what he likes most about his sport, he said, "Getting a lot of respect from others." 1 1 Wrestling-g Z .gk :ggamw l.fgtwv.., sw ' H . W 2. ,:4, .,2.','S?iil.:'k'f??S:Sse 65:2 WIFE! W l ,Mist if Track Had It Viking Track Team Stanley Brown - Relays Chris Coffee - 880, mile run Chris Coleman - 220, relays Danny Colgrove - mile run, mile relay jason Cope - 880, mile relay Russell Green - 880 Sid Haley - high jump, long jump Trey Henigan - shot put, discus Richard Kennedy - 100, 200, relays Tyrus Kidd - 100, 200 relays aili Rick Lawson - pole vault Viz: , ,, ,l r a l ,elll Rayfield Mccee - long rump lr's 51988 '?YikreirnQ1 Kirk Medina - 440, 880 .',5Sf5QlT1Qfd to A Craig Moss - 100, 200, relays ijairrcl Avcy ,QedicaI1igQriSftQSllthe isetf lcslif f Tim Murphy - javelin ,y.f Srirdaslflfaley, juan Plaza - 220, relays led, Willie Smith - long jump, relays ,gggheQffVikelgztoithefflfistfiitit W Mike Stone - two mile run Clarence Taylor - high jump Jeremiah Whitehead - long jump ,, Managers: Partick jackson Q HTPC? 8 H?f1iSHlfi'fPl5iC5f3lli3?idfTfTf516 sf, TFOY MOSGIGY fsessiianal ,rsi'i itle i S ciiiinifistil, rsls ' ' ' ' " -' - T titSffYi55ff1i5fri ffiff-iliffiffe GFSQKE8rffieeiflai'C3flifligQlC?5ffE5?3,Erffiihfw Q . ,'?2?1cr1?fcYlfit5'eU?9d5fe5fedf5ifTf5fhl55h5l39 lrll sw CQYQQIIQ, the r eecec af? T , earn A jr . jjjj mH1:j,5h,m.fjiij VCA, j ,jpg -' -,ww W Mk, , --1 , N, T, wa ,,s, -- V,,f.--,r,:ym,.,-tm:-wh 355' 2 rfyf f., .495 .,s, il, . 1215 .ew if 254 Q rli ,iheifiav ,'ji' 1'g5ff, .5 "EQ ABOVE: CHRIS COFFEE lead the pack in the mile run. r,'e eggs? T I ' C-ood Times And Its Bad if at C 0 Q 3 9' 'EP an is WL S7 vi l'fskq - " Ql Xi " " 4 T :i Nl'f7'lQ 'E J 1 -tm fx lk it ' : P cl ZW e I, . vs fb 5 ,fQ',-p"',-fx "i , -3 ' Ig .V -U ' , t ts jf ,I , .5 I ss-elif fi ,, 3- ' . Q .. r V V. E ' A A -K , ,,- f 3 M' ,iffy , Z , me 55' 'M I u -:S QM" ws K' . ,., f i f V i .f ' I - R , ' Nfl .J Q ' S I t , no Nix J Y-'A I A . 1 4, ,ts f ,'1,f .-, K . -Q I . 'H . 'R 1 , i s 1 5 ,Zee " is- "S, f, ' Q ' , C I' C Hx V .K - , A If , ,,,.. , f- rw. . . I f ,4 . ., ' ' , 1 pr ,rf fvw-ssfs-fi? . ' ef I Q f A- 1'-.ft 1.2 " '1:,. ."' fff 'Me f..' Y Q- i.9f-" TOP7 SID HALEY inched over the bar. MIDDLE LEFT: RICK Lawson concentrated on the pole vault. MIDDLE RIGHT: IUAN Plaza flew down the track with great determination. ROW 1: Thomas Turner, Scott Merritt, jason Cope, Steve Presley, Rick Lawson, Richard Kennedy, Chris Coffee, ROW 2: Willie Bowen, Chris Coleman, Willie Smith, Craig Moss, Clarence Taylor, Sid Haley, Clifford Russell, Tim Murphy, ROW 3: Coach Blackwell, Stanley Brown, Ieremiah Whitehead, Russell Green, Trey Henigan, Troy Darden, Rayfield McGee, Mark Stone, Danny Colgrove, juan Plaza, Coach Davis. Track Results Place Points Captain Shreve Relays 7 9 Parkway Relays 50 3 Bossier City Meet 2 21 Southwood Relays 7 29 Viking Relays 4 53 Bossier Relays 4 57 Haughton Relays 5 52 District Meet 5 29 Regional Meet 5 8 State Meet 5 8 Srdelmers Stephanie Newkirk Swimming We have many outstanding athletes here at Airline but one Freshman Vike stands out above all others Stephanie Newkirk indulged in many activities such as participating nn Vicki s School of Dance and the Greenacres Mustang ogmzed Stephanie is for her excellent swimming ability She was a member of the Bossler Raquetball Club Swrmteam and the C O S S T Stephanie has been swimming for five years and has won over 100 ribbons and medals Keep up the good work' ' i N I I I I . .... ., Prancers. The main reason we have rec- Track Girls Were Off And Running The AHS Girls Track team had a great first year under the coaching of Coach Blackwell and Coach Davis. The girls practiced many hours after school preparing for the meets. They placed 3rd in the Bossier City Meet and 5th in both the Viking Relays and the Haughton Relays. They also placed 6th in the Bossier Relays and 7th in both the Bossier Practice Meet at the beginning of the season and in the Captain Shreve Relays. Ten girls participated in the meets. Allison Thompson ran the 100, 200, and relays, Pia, the 880, Shanta, the 100, 200, and relays, Kirsten, the hur- dles and 100, Marian, the 200 and hurdles, Sherri, the hurdles, Casey, the relays, Holly, the 100 and relays, Karla, the 880, and 400, and Deidra, the 880 and 1 mile. We congratulate the Girls Track team on a successful first year. KIRSTEN BECK PSYCHED herself up as the race was about to begin. DEIDRA WAGGONER WAS determined to do her best. Jw I H W ROW 1: Karla Winham, Holly Orr, Shanta McHenry, Marian Lombardo, Sherri Anglin, ROW 2: Coach Blackwell, Kirsten Beck, Dei- dra Waggoner, Pia Ojanpera, Ashlie Walpole, Casey Allen, and Coach Davis. 20 Sports Cross Country Never Stopped Running tw xi Airline's first Cross Country track team consisted of five members: Chris Coffee, Todd Rader, Craig Moss, Michael Scott Partin, and Todd Shy. Chris Coffee and Todd Rader made all-district, placing third and fifth in the three kilometer run. All of the hard work and determination paid off when the team went to their first state meet. Coach jerry Davis was ecstat- ic about the team's progress and stated that with three of their members return- ing next year, Airline will have another outstanding team. Coach Davis and the entire team would like to extend a spe- cial thanks to Mr. Scott Smith for all of his help in coaching. ! 4 CRAIG MOSS RAN up the path to catch up with the others. TOP LEFT: Chris Coffee had a look of deter- mination as he tried to stay in the lead. LEFT: Todd Shy, Scott Partin, Craig Moss, Chris Coffee, Todd Rader. Track 205 206 Valhalla ' KW T ALLEN CROOK P T DON WHEEL. PASTOR C P Assr M P - TINIEEPS FENCE POSTS Benton Creosofing Works :Swan .2155 Bapfisf Czutag 4501 SHED ROAD Office 746-1793 WILLIAM F. WADDEL OFFICE 965224 BOSSIEFI CITY, LA 71111 Home 747.3986 GE Ai. MANAGE HOME 96543986 AIR TECH ' AIR CONDITIONING, INC. I3'l8l747-1888 BOSSIER PARISH CLERK OF COURT P.O. BOX 5025 Bossier City, LA 71171-5025 CUSTOIE1 HOMES Y HELP STOP IT! B--I1 IGI-INS-I-ON Call the Bossier Sheriff's Office 965-0463 Vol S. Dooley,Ir. Sheriff BENTON, LA 71006 965-2203 H io p y by L,VA Selecting each student who attends I p Centenary College is one of the most important . y decisions we make. I Q I Our students are achieversg they are A . motivated to succeed in challenging scholastic - y . programs. I I y . They are lenders, shaping and directing a I f - wide variety of extm-curricular activities. "" They are open to new ideas and tall: my W Q hequently and heely with faculty, staff, and M peers. . f I' 'I They are hinfloving -they reach out, care, and talce a personal interest. t 7 Selecting the right college may he one of the most important decisions you will ever make. I Pie choosy. y j We are. ' V' y p ' Q-Culinary 1AMiE,LisA, PAMMY, at A I7riumI oIMind. ' I V W y, . . 1 6 Vfhll Buy Lines BOBBY BRANNON HEATING 84 AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE ON ALL MAKES ,S MODELS HIGH EFFICIENCY AUTHORIZED BY , HEAT PUMPS I' DEALER RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS FREE ESTIMATES COMPLETE SHEET METAL SHOP SPECIALIZING IN APARTMENTS 24 HOUR SERVICE AVAILABLE 747-2937 405 E. Texas Bossier City, LA. 71111 Adveitisemen I . AIRLINE MGTGR INN Ivy Room Brass Rail Restaurant ' Lounge One Block Off I-20 Swimming Pool ' Truck Parking Color Cable T.V. ' Live Entertainment H.B.O. 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I Closed Wednesdays 139 Bossier Cangraiuiaiions To All Gur Graduaiesi Memberships Now Available To All Bossier Parish Fuli-Time Siudenfs And Their Families Ad 215 L ga cs' ma ffscfzcc sauces efxndgfl' t, 3108 Cf uf L 931' 4' 'ty.f.711 1518 746-6125 B p 632-1564 Compliments Of JA1vlEs W CBILLD LITTLE Bossier Porusn Assessor 1' ALLEN I, KELLY A.I.A. 2285 BENTON ROAD SUITE C- BOSSIER CITY LOUISIANA 71111 McAIl1ster Plumbmg Company CONTRACTING AND REPAIRS RESIDENTIAL Q COMMERCIAL 2500 ASHLAND STREET PHONE 746 1638 BOSSIER CITY LA 71010 o n una I Una commzmciaf - . ui n ia 0 Judas ual' ii KELLY 84 DOUCIHTY ARCHITECTS, INC 5 , ou: a acc Z- I 200 B04 Lu Cf. , a 1 1 ' I zz zz HEATING 81 AIR CONDITIONING SINCE Larry Little 1954 President HEAT PUMPS RESIDENTIAL ADD ONS COMMERCIAL af FIRE PLACES 1' 742 9510 Congratulations To The Class Of '86 BARBARA W. GRAY DISTRICT H BOSSIER PARISH SCHOOL BOARD i SALES i INSTALLATION t SERVICE . .l iT1 INSTALLED FOR NEW AND EXISTING HOMES 1 1 B B R ITY, LA. V Ih II Buy Lines Do you need a reason to join the Louisiana National Guard? Well, here are some very good incentives- - FREE COLLEGE TUITION: State law provldes exemptlon from tultlon payments In all state supported Colleges ln Loulslana tor all actlve members ol the Loulslana National Guard. Thls exemption may be clalmed tor llve 151 separate years or untll recelpt ot a bachelors degree, whichever occurs tlrst. S1500 ENLISTMENT BONUS Ol' 4000 IN EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE High school seniors and graduates who enlist in certain National Guard units may receive a S1500 enlistment bonus, or S4000 in educational assistance. SPLIT TRAINING PROGRAM Split training means that your Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training in the National Guard lwhich must be completed within a twelve 1123 month time lramel can be staggered to tlt your personal schedule. For example, you can take Basic Training the summer ol your junior year. Consider it a paid lull-time summer job. During your senior year ot high school, you will go tothe monthly National Guard meetings. Consider lt a paid part- time job. Then you can take your Advanced Individual Training the next summer, be paid tor that too, and be home in time to attend college, business or vocational school in September. That's two summers ot tull-time empolyment, and two years ot part-time employment. CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL GUARD RECRUITER AT: SGT. LUTHER E. SANCHEZ -1 318-746-3540 if : 4527 MILITARY DRIVE ""' BOSSIER CITY, LA 7'I'I'I'I GUARD "AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER" FGUAPDI Adets 216 M VaII5aIIa2 iQ Stephen G. Parker, Jr. Presvdenl WIIWWIII ef-L ,. . M-A Inuit: Paula A. Davis Sales Representahve AIRWICK PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS OF NORTH 9706 St Vincent Avenue LOUISIANA P O BOX 80108 SNYGVSDOTI. LA 71148-0108 Tetephone C3181 869-4506 AIRWICK PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS OF NORTH 9706 St. Vincent Avenue LOUISIANA PO. Box 80108 Shreveport, LA 71148-0108 Telephone C1183 869-4506 Buy Lines fVE7ZQ44a4fVA9EZAEQILYCZAHY 2175 Alrllne Drive 13185747 1410 20 X Student Discount 301' ,411 llzfur Zzslzzon Needs WILLIAM H LEDBETTER JR C D Vikings' 1985 86 VALKYRIES I 00 ' 220 Valhalla IN MEMORY OF KIM BARNUIVI . 5 ,,,,,. , J, Z ' ., A 5, A I I2 I N H my ,J ' ,W - WWZI, N115 , ' ' . f . , V In 7 "Exif, V,E9fjLQf5?i'4ff4WfQZ:i-1,,i3gEfffgf,'5.Qf,,1LfW I H ',,ffa'4w1w2ffvf f K , A,,,, W ,M ,.,, , ,h,, , V7 fer' ff wff+sg,1'+v , ,4 f , aww 5 ,,.,, 4,,,,, , ,,..,, , ,,.,, ,,,,,, w?f'wl2,Q,. 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BOSSIER CITY, LA 71112 C3185 746-8570 DEL SUBMARINE SHOP 2173 AIRLINE DR IIT BA 8lI Ad 229 RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL ACREAGE LUCILLE CASH BROKER NOTARY 13187 949-8981 BNDY3, DON CQ7'EEf3ESdE1EiTGURANT RRVEI. OWN 13131222 5443 Benton Road 1800 BARKSOALE BOULEVARD RANDY BRAZZEL BOSSIER cirvy LOUISIANA 71111 Bossler Clty Loulslana 71111 lege, or joining the service that it will be hard to make up your mind. We at The Times hope that our newspaper "your newspaper" has helped you in some way to prepare for the future We will continue to keep you abreast of what is happening in the day to day news sports, and activities in Shreveport and the worlds Che Gimes Q PROUD 0F YUU' You've worked hard for this day, but now that you ve made it, it was worth it. Now you're just about ready to go out into the world and begin a new life. 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You're a terrific sister! jamie Senior Statistics KCURIO, MICHELLE DIANE Na- ional Honor Society 3,45 Beta Elub 2,3,45 FCA 1,2,3,45 Home- oming Court 1,2,3,45 Class Favor- :e 15 Student Council Senator 1,35 Elass Vice-President 25 Danceline ,35 Key Club 3,45 Beauty Pageant ,2,3,45 Top Fifteen 45 Girls' State 5 FTA 45 Octagon Club 25 Aca- emic Excellence Award, 4. .LEXANDER, MARSHELLE REN- E Pep Squad 1,25 Drummer 25 EDT 25 Ring Ding Hostess 25 lu- ior Party Sponsor 35 Yearbook Laff 35 Ring Staff 35 Northwestern holastic Rally 1,2,45 Choir 1,2,45 onor Choir 1,25 Troubadours ,45 Beta Club 3,45 Treasurer 45 ey Club 3,45 Treasurer 45 Student ouncil 3,45 Senator 35 Vice-Presi- ent 45 Beauty Pageant 45 Top Fif- en 45 Optimist Youth Apprecia- n Award Semi-Finalist 45 Office orker 45 Quiz Bowl 45 National onor Society 3,45 Senior Play arenl 45 Academic Excellence Lvard 4. 'NDING, STACY M. Pep Squad Student Council Senator 15 ass Secretary 25 Danceline 25 mecoming Court 2,35 Class Fa- rite 2,35 FCA 1,25 Cheerleader 5 Viking Warrior 45 DTA 45 noir 1,2,3,45 Troubadours 2,3,45 Inboree Queen 45 Beauty Pag- nt 2,3,45 Top Thirteen 35 junior Irty Sponsor '35 Assistant Head heerleader 4. NDREWS,KEVIN DUANE Band ,3,45 Honor Band 3,45 All-Star nd 2,35 Choir 25 Troubadours 5 Honor Choir 35 jazz Band ,45 Senator 45 District Marching stival 1,2,3,45 District Playing stival 1,2,3,45 Speech Contest 4. MER, TAMMY LYNN FCA ,35 Vikings For Christ 1,25 Pep Squad 2,35 French Club 35 Choir 15 COE 45 FSA 45 Secretary 45 Senior Play Crew 4. BARNES, NATHALIE MARTINE Pep Squad 1,25 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 1,2,3,45 State Scholastic Rally 25 AIM 45 FBLA 3,45 FBLA State Convention 35 Beta Club 3,45 French Club 3,45 Key Club 45 Academic Excellence Award, 4. Btoorvi, KIM CHERI Band 1,2,3,45 DECA 4. BOGAN, KIM LYNN Pep Squad 1,25 Officer 25 Student Council 3,45 Secretary 45 FTA 45 Key Club 3,45 Class Favorite 45 Homecoming Court 45 Beauty Pageant 1,2,3,45 Top Fifteen 3,45 Most Beautiful 4. BOSE, LISA A. Pep Squad 1,25 Officer 25 FCA 1,25 Beta Club 2,3,45 Student Council 45 FBLA 45 Key Club 4, FTA 4. BROOKS, IOHNNY WALTER Basketball 15 Art Club 25 Secretary 25 Troubadours 25 AHS Art Show - Honorable Mention 25 Northwes- tern Scholastic Rally 3,45 French Club 45 Newspaper Staff Sports Editor 45 Track 45 Senior Play Technical Director 45 District Honor Choir 2. BUCHANAN, CRAIG LEE Track 1,2,45 Football 1,25 Beta Club 2,35 Senior Play Crew 45 FCA 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Northwestern Scho- lastic Rally 1,2,4. BURCHAM, HOLLY GAYLE Choir 15 Pep Squad 1,25 FBLA 45 COE 45 FSA 45 Senior Play Crew 4. BURNS, TAMMY RENEE FBLA 2,3,45 Secretary 45 DECA 45 FSA 4. CALDWELL, DAMON EDWARD Chess Club 15 Beta Club 2,3,45 Key Club 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Boys' State 45 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 1,2,3,45 State Scholastic Rally 1,2,35 Northwes- tern Industrial Arts Rally 2,35 Na- tional Merit Semi-Finalist 35 Opti- mist Youth Appreciation Semi-Fi- nalist 45 Quiz Bowl 45 Academic Excellence Award, 4. CARNAHAN, ALLEN CHARLES Key Club 1,2,3,45 Sergeant-At- Arms 3,45 Football 1,25 Track 25 Wrestling 2. CARROLL, SONIA RENEE FHA 25 Choir 45 DECA 15 Spanish Club 'l. COLLIER, TAMMY MICHELLE Pep Squad 1,25 Beauty Pageant 1,2,45 FHA 25 SADD 25 Key Club 25 Octagon Club 3,45 Student Coun- cil Senator 45 COE 45 FSA 45 Re- porter 45 FBLA 4. COOPER, KAREN MELISSA Cheerleader 3,45 Key Club 3,45 FTA 45 Independence Bowl Hos- tess 45 FCA 1,2,35 President 25 Beauty Pageant 2,35 Top Thirteen 2,35 First Runner-up 35 Octagon Club 25 Danceline 25 Pep Squad 15 Miss Merry Christmas 45 Home- coming Court 1. CORLEY, TAMITHA MICHELLE Band '1,25 Majorette 15 COE 45 President 45 FSA 45 Beauty Pageant 1,45 Senior Play Crew 45 Academic Excellence Award, 4. DALY, STEPHANIE DIONE Stu- Valhalla 245 dent Council 2,3,45 Class Secretary 3,45 Pep Squad 1,25 Captain 25 Ad staff 25 Danceline 3,45 Officer 45 Beauty Pageant 1,25 junior Party Sponsor 35 Senior Party Sponsor 45 Choir 15 Office Worker 45 Octa- gon Club 2,35 FCA 1,2,3,45 Trea- surer 25 Key Club 4. DAVIS, JENNIFER DENISE FBLA 45 FSA 45 Pep Squad 1,25 Lieuten- ant 25 FCA 1,25 junior Party Spon- sor 35 SADD 2. DAVIS, TRACY RENEE Pep Squad 1,25 Danceline 2,3,45 Offi- cer 45 FTA 45 FCA 1,2,35 Student Council 1,2,35 Beauty Pageant 3. DAVIS, SIDNEY RENEE SADD 15 FBLA 2,35 FHA 2,3. DeMOSS, RUSSELL NOLEN FCA 1,2,3,45 DECA 45 Industrial Arts Club 3,45 Football 1,25 Manager 25 junior Achievement 2. DRAPER, LARA MICHELE Pep Squad 1,25 FCA 1,25 Novice Teach- er 45 FTA 45 FHA 1,25 Choir 25 lu- nior Party Sponsor 35 Senior Party Sponsor 45 Independence Bowl Hostess 4. DUDLEY, RENA ELIZABETH Pep Squad 1,25 Drummer 25 Class Clown 15SADD 25 IOP 35 FBLA 3,45 President 45 FTA 45 Octagon 45 Student Council Senator 45 FCA 'I,2. EATMAN, JOHN T. Track 1,2. ELLEDGE, DAVID LAYNE Base- ball 1,2,3,45 All-Parish 35 Mr. Debonair Pageant 3. FAYARD, LINNEA MARIE Class 246 Senior St t t' Vice-President 15 Class Senator 25 Pep Squad 15 Choir 1,2,3,45 Dan- celine 25 Troubadours 2,3,45 Beau- ty Pageant 1,2,3,45 Top Fifteen 2,45 Key Club 35 FCA 3,45 Treasurer 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Vice- President 45 Cheerleader 3,45 Head Cheerleader 45 All-Ameri- can Cheerleader Finalist 3,45 ju- nior Party Sponsor 35 Senior Party Sponsor 45 Beta Club 2,35 FTA 45 President 45 Novice Teacher 45 Honor Choir 1,2,35 All-State Choir 1,2,45 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 35 Third Place in NASL Talent Competition 15 Outstanding Cho- ral Member 1,2,35 Homecoming Queen 45 Girls' State 45 Lieutenant Governor 45 Miss AHS 45 Optimist Youth Scholarship 45 Elk's Club Student of the Month 45 Indepen- dence Bowl Hostess 45 Senior Play ILindaI 45 Academic Excellence Award, 4. FAZENBAKER, CYNTHIA KAY Pep Squad 1,25 Captain 25 Vikings For Christ 1,25 FBLA 3,45 Reporter 45 COE 45 FSA 45 Academic Excel- lence Award, 4. FERGASON, KELLY ANNE FTA 45 Beauty Pageant 3. FISHER, LISA MICHELLE Vikings For Christ 1,25 FSA 45 COE 45 Aca- demic Excellence Award, 4. FOWLER, DARYL CLARK Bas- ketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 All- District 3,45 All-Parish 3,45 Basket- ball Scholastic Award 35 Student Council 2,45 "Most Likely to Suc- ceed" 45 Second Runner-Up in Mr. Debonair Pageant 35 Home- coming Escort 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 FTA 45 Vice- President 45 Optimist Youth Ap- preciation Award Semi-Finalist 45 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 35 American Legion Baseball 3,45 FCA 'I,2,3,4. GALEY, CHUCK L. Tennis 2,3,4. GLASGOW, IAMIE MICHE Pep Squad 1,25 Sophomore Spc light 25 SADD 25 Secretary 25 Be Club 2,3,45 Beauty Pageant 2 Drama Club 35 junior Party Spo sor 35 FBLA 3,45 Vice-President National Honor Society 3,45 Se retary 45 Key Club 45 FTA 45 Scra book Chairman 45 Northweste Scholastic Rally 45 Senior Pai Sponsor 45 Student Council 2,3 CYOTTARDI, DIANA PATR CIA 4-H 1,2,3,45 President 2,3 Choir 45 Regional Language Fes val 2. GREEN, usA LYNN Pep squ 1,25 Northwestern Scholastic Ra 15 Yearbook 35 National Honor S ciety 3,45 junior Party Sponsor Student Council 3,45 Class Senat 35 Class Treasurer 45 FTA 45 K Club 45 Beta Club 4. HAHN, SHELLY MARIE Baskf ball 1,2,3,45 Softball 1,2,3,45 FCA DTA 45 Basketball Captain 45 Bea ty Pageant 3,45 Newspaper Staff National Honor Society 3,45 Ac demic Excellence Award, 4. HALEY, CHRISTINE MARIE FI 1,25 Y-Teens 25 IOP 35 FSA 3 COE 45 FBLA 3. HAMMONS, CHRISTOPHER A CHAEL Basketball 1,2,3,45 Bai ball 2,3,45 All-District 2,35 Studs Council 1,2,3,45 Ring Staff 35 F1 3,45 FTA 45 Northwestern Schol tic Rally 35 Class Favorite 45 Ma Gras Court 3. HARRIS, RUSSELL CRAP Transfer Student 35 Band 3,45 Ia Band 3,45 Drum Captain 3 Drummer for Troubadours Newspaper Staff 3. HAYES, GINA RAY 4-H 1,2,E Outstanding 4-H Club Member 25 FBLA 3. HAZEN, IEFFERY A. FBLA 35 DECA 3. IHENBEST, LEA I. Key Club 25 lBeauty Pageant 3,45 Top Fifteen 45 IFSA 45 COE 45 Secretary 45 FBLA 45 Octagon Club 45 Senior Play Crew 4. I I I ENIGAN, WESLEY LIONELL rack 1,3545 Football 1,2. IHENRY, RUSSELL CLINE FBLA 4. HERNANDEZ, KERRI LYNN Pep Squad 1,25 junior Party Sponsor 35 Senior Party Sponsor 45 FTA 45 Novice Teacher 45 Senior Play Crew 45 FHA 3. INES, AMBER LEIGH Transfer tudent 4. INES, LORI ANN Band 2,3,45 lagline 3,45 junior Achievement 5 Beauty Pageant 35 Senior Party ponsor 45 Band Sweetheart 4. ORTON, SCOTT JAMES Key lub 3,45 Northwestern Scholastic y ally 3. HOWARD, ANGELA KAY Band 1,2,3,45 Honor Band 25 Flagline 3,45 eta Club 2,3,45 Vice-President 45 ational Honor Society 3,45 Quiz owl 45 Student Council 3,45 Sen- tor 3,4. I I-IOWARD, PAMELA DENISE R- TC 1,2,35 DECA 45 European I ravel Club 3. HIOWELL, DENISE ANN Choir 1,2,3,45 Troubadours 2,3,45 Bas- ketball 1,2,3,45 Honorable Men- tion All-District 35 Best Defensive Player 2,35 Captain 3,45 Softball 1,2,3,45 All-Caddo-Bossier 1,2,35 FCA 1,2,45 FTA 45 Novice Teacher 45 Independence Bowl Hostess 45 Athlete of the Month 45 Beauty Pageant 4. HOWELL, SANDRA SUE FHA 1,25 FBLA 25 Vikings for Christ 1,25 Sign Language Club 15 Northwes- tern Scholastic Rally 1,2,35 Nation- al Honor Society 3,45 Choir 1,25 Newspaper Staff 45 Academic Ex- cellence Award, 4. ISCIATE, LAURIE A. Transfer Stu- dent 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Yearbook 3,45 Editor 45 junior Party Sponsor 35 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 45 Academic Ex- cellence Award, 4. IOHNSON, CARRIE DIAHN- Choir 1,2,3,45 Troubadours 2,3,45 Octagon Club 45 Beauty Pageant 45 Senior Party Sponsor 45 Independence Bowl Hostess 45 Academic Excellence Award, 4. IUDD, IEANNIE KAY Northwes- tern Scholastic Rally 45 Newspaper Staff 45 4-H Club 45 FBLA 45 Aca- demic Excellence Award, 4. IUNEAU, IILL M. Pep Squad 1,25 Choir 1,25 FBLA 3,45 junior Party Sponsor 35 Senior Party Sponsor 45 COE 45 FHA 35 FCA 1. KING, KIMBERLY ANNTOINET- TE Transfer Student. KINC-, MELANIE DENISE Pep Squad 1,25 SADD 25 FHA 2,35 President 35 FTA 4. LEACHMAN, LAURA LYNN Choir 1,25 Band 2,35 Octagon 2,35 FHA 35 Secretary 35 Key Club 45 Student Council Seantor 45 Beauty Pageant 4. LECHMAN, IOHN IOSEPH Bas- ketball 1,2,3,45 Basketball Scholas- tic Award 35 Baseball 2,35 Track 25 Beta Club 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Optimist Youth Scholarship 45 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 1,2,3,45 Mr. Debo- nair Pageant 3,45 "I Dare You" Award 35 Homecoming Escort 45 Best Citizen Award 45 FHA 45 FCA 1,2,3,45 Boys' State 45 Academic Excellence Award, 4. LEE, KEILA M. D.E. 35 FTA 45 Beauty Pageant 4. LUNSFORD, IOANNE K. FCA 35 DECA 4. MCCRORY, MICHELLE R. Bas- ketball 1,25 Softball 15 FTA 45 Beau- ty Pageant 4. MCCRORY, MISCHEA L. FCA 'I5 Basketball 1,25 Tennis 3,45 FTA 4. MCDONALD, MARK D. Band 'I5 FCA 1,2,45 Senior Play Crew 4. MCDONALD, MARSHALL RAY DECA 45 Reporter 45 Senior Play Ticket Sales Chairman 45 Aca- demic Excellence Award, 4. MALONE, TIFFANY SUE Band 15 Y-Teens 25 IOP 35 COE 45 FSA 4. MARTIN, DAWN MECHELE Pep Squad 15 Octagon Club 2,3,45 President 45 State Convention Delegate 2,3,45 Danceline 25 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 25 Beta Club 3,45 junior Party Spon- sor 35 National Honor Society 3,45 - - .J Senior Statistics 247 48 FBLA 3,45 Treasurer 45 Student Council Senator 45 FTA 45 Senior Party Sponsor 45 Beauty Pageant 45 Optimist Youth Appreciation Semi-Finalist 45 Independence Bowl Hostess 45 Academic Excel- lence Award, 4. MARTIN, IEFFREY RANDOLPH Key Club 2,3,45 President 3,45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Presi- dent 45 Boys' State 45 Close-Up Participant 35 Northwestern Scho- lastic Rally 1,2,3,45 State Scholastic Rally 35 Academic Excellence Award, 4. MILLER, LORI DGSHAWN FHA 1,25 DECA 3,45 Band 15 Choir 1. MITCHELL, KARLA MICHELE Pep Squad 15 Danceline 25 Cheer- leader 3,45 FCA 1,2,3,45 Secretary 25 Choir 15 Troubadours 25 Beauty Pageant 2,35 FTA 45 Student Coun- cil 'l,25 FBLA 45 SADD 2. MOSS, CRAIG MICHAEL Stu- dent Council 1,2,35 Class Vice- President 35 Basketball 15 Varsity Basketball Manager 15 Track 1,2,3,45 District 2,35 Baseball 2,3,45 Cross-Country 3,45 Ms. Almost Beautiful 25 Senior Play Ilnvisible Mani 45 Golf 45 FHA 45 Vice-Presi- dent 45 FCA 1,2,3,45 Mr. Christmas Spirit 4. MURPHY, CATHY A. Pep Squad 1,25 Drummer 25 SADD 15 Presi- dent 15 Class Senator 2,3,45 Stu- dent Council 2,3,45 Octagon Club 2,3,45 Secretary 3,45 State Conven- tion Delegate 2,3,45 Leo Club 25 FCA 25 Choir 1,25 Troubadours 35 Ring Staff 35 FBLA 35 junior Party Sponsor 35 Senior Class Party 45 Senior Play tSusiel 45 Beauty Pag- eant 2,35 FTA 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 35 DAR Award 45 Independence Bowl Hostess 3,45 FTA Fund Raiser 45 Ad Staff 1,25 Academic Excel- S A Sll'lA lence Award, 4. MURPHY, TIMOTHY CHARLES Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,25 Track 1,2,3,45 Class President 25 FCA 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 35 FTA 45 Class Favorite 1,2,35 Mr. AHS 4. NEIL, RHONDA JO Band 1,25 Flagline 25 Octagon Club 35 Stu- dent Council Treasurer 45 Senior Play IRobertal 45 FTA 45 Beauty Pageant 3,45 Top Fifteen 3,45 Sec- ond Runner-Up 3. NEWBERG, PAM A. FBLA 45 FSA 45 Treasurer 45 Pep Squad 15 FCA 1,2. NIETTE, GLORIA KAY Softball 25 FBLA 45 FSA 45 COE 45 SADD 2. NOLAN, THERESA LEE cot 45 rsA 4. ORMAND, SUSAN MICHELLE Band 1,2,3,45 Rifle Corps 2,3,45 captain 45 All-Star 25 4-H Club 1,2,35 Key Club 35 Newspaper Staff 45 Softball 3,45 ASG 25 Northwes- tern Scholastic Rally 35 State Scho- lastic Rally 3. PALMER, PATRICIA LYNN Band 1,2,3,45 Flagline 2,35 Drum Major 45 Novice Teacher 45 Indepen- dence Bowl Hostess 45 Octagon Club 35 FTA 4. PENCE, RICHARD WAYNE Transfer Student 35 Class Vice- President 45 Student Council 45 Key Club 45 Mr. Debonair 3,45 Fi- nalist 3. PROCELL, E. SHANE Student Council 15 Class President 15 Varsi- ty Basketball Manager 15 FCA 1,2,45 Class Favorite 15 Transfc Student 45 Football 4. RAY, ELAINE GAIL Transfer StL dent 35 Choir 45 Key Club 4. REEDER, IILL ALESA Pep Squa 1,25 Octagon Club 3,45 Octago Senior Board Member 45 Stat Convention Delegate 45 FHA Q FCA 35 Beauty Pageant 1,2,35 Ser ior Party Sponsor 45 French CIL 35 Senior Play Crew 45 Northwe tern Scholastic Rally 3,45 Ac. demic Excellence Award, 4. REYNOLDS, MELISSA I. FHA FSA 3,45 COE 45 FBLA 2,35 Be Club 3,45 Academic Excellent Award, 4. RICHARDSON, TERRI LEE Bar 2, Beauty Pageant 25 Transfer Stu dent 1. ROBSON, LARRY IAMES Ba ketball 1,2,3,45 All-District 3,45 Al City 3,45 All-Caddo-Bossier 3, All-Parish 3,45 Most Valuable Pla' er 35 FCA 1. ROSS, AMANDA FAYE ROT 1,2,3,45 Beta 35 FBLA 25 COE 45 FS 4. ROUSSET, STEPHEN P. Nortl western Scholastic Rally 2,35 Be Club 2,3,45 President 35 Nation Honor Society 3,45 Key Club 3, Boys' State 45 Mr. Debonair Pag eant 3. SANDERS, AUDRA CARY Yearbook Staff 3,45 Business Mai ager 45 National Honor Socie 3,45 Octagon club 3,45 Beta Clt 2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 Troubadou 2,3,45 All-State Choir 45 Hoha Choir 1,2,35 Student Council 45 V :ings for Christ 15 Pep Squad 1,25 Senior Play Costume and Make- .Jp Crew 45 Academic Excellence Award, 4. LERIO, IEANNE MARIE Band ,2,3,45 Flagline 3,45 Captain 45 All- Pistrict Band 25 Student Council l,45 Beta Club 2,3,45 Secretary 45 ling Staff 35 junior Party Sponsor l5 4-H Club 15 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 35 State Scholastic lally Winner 35 Academic Excel- ence Award, 4. iHERlDAN, LORI Transfer Stu- lent 45 FBLA 4. iHERWlN, TRACY A, Transfer Student 35 COE 45 FHA 45 FCA 45 SA 45 Vice-President 4. EHOSTED, lAMlE LYNN Pep iquad 1,25 Danceline 35 North- yestern Scholastic Rally 2,35 State icholastic Rally 2,35 FCA 1,2,35 HA 2,35 Octagon Club 3,4. THY, TODD ALAN Basketball 15 laseball 25 Cross Country 45 Ten- nis 45 Golf 45 Mr. Debonair Pag- :ant 3,45 Senior Play CDanny 'hompsonl 45 FHA 45 Treasurer 4. ilMPSON, EDWARD I., JR. Band ,2,3,45 jazz Band 3,45 Assistant rum Major 45 Drill Instructor 3,45 onor Band 1,25 All-Star Band 35 'idependence Bowl All-Star Band 1,25 Beta Club 2,3,45 President 4. MITH, ROBBIN MICHELLE hoir 1,25 FCA 1,25 DECA 3,45 Sec- tary 45 Beauty Pageant 1,4. NODGRASS, TAMMY FIELD ep Squad 15 Art Club. PATARO, IAMES ANTHONY Football 1,2,3,45 All-District 45 Co- Captain 45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 All- District 45 Track 2,45 Wrestling 25 FCA 1,2,3,45 Student Council 1. STOKLEY, REBECCA LYNNE Transfer Student 2, COE 45 FSA 45 President 45 Beauty Pageant 4. suMMreRs, Vicki L. Pep squad 35 cos 4, rsA 4. TINDALL, MELANIE DAWN Transfer 45 Beauty Pageant 45 Top Fifteen 4. TONEY, DOYLE R., IR. Football 1,2,3,45 All-District 45 Wrestling 1,25 Track 25 Viking Award for Leadership and Dedication in Football 45 FCA 1,2,3,45 FTA 4. VERCHER, SCOTT E. FBLA 1,2, Band 1,25 Track 3,45 DECA 45 Sen- ior Play Crew 4. WALLACE, MELISSA DeANNE Pep Squad 15 Choir 1,25 FCA 25 FBLA 2,3,45 Parliamentarian 45 FSA 4. WALLIS, TONYA KAY pep Squad 1,25 French Club 35 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 2. WHITEHEAD, IEREMIAH Band 1,2,35 Choir 3,45 European Club 4. WHITTINGTON, MARCIA C.. FBLA 2,35 Beauty Pageant 1,2,45 junior Party Sponsor 3. WILKES, MICHAEL RAY Football 1,25 Choir 1,2 Troubadours 25 Oc- tagon Club 25 FCA 1,2,35 Wrestling 1,2,45 Captain 4. WINN STEPHANIE LEE Pep Squad 1 2 Drummer 2 Student Council 1234 Class Treasurer 123 Student Council President 4 National Honor Society 34 Treasurer 4 FCA 1 3 Secretary 3 4 Football Sweetheart 4 junior Party Sponsor 3 Senior Party Sponsor 4 Beauty Pageant 1 2 3 4 Top Fifteen 1 3 4 First Runner Up 4 Girls State4 Independence Bo Hostess 4 Academic Excellence Award 4 f I I I I I I A I , , z ' Q l . 1 I I I 5 Beta Club 2,3,45 Key Club 3,45 FTA I 1 I I I 1 I I I S ' SIIAI' A Daisy A Day Florist 233 Robert Adley 237 Air Tech Air Conditioning 208 A.H.S. Cheerleaders 227 Airline Flowers Bt Gift 237 Airline Mobil Service 229 Airwick of North La. 218 Allen's One Hour Cleaners 227 American Pizza 237 American Refrigeration 81 Ice, Inc. 243 Askalada 221 Ark-La-Tex Rental 237 Armstrong 81 Caver 215 Avery's Barber Shop 233 Azalea Cleaners 229 Bank of Benton 242 Barksdale Hardware 227 Susan Barrera 214 Beasley-Keith Insurance 227 Beckham Builders 234 Benton Creosoting Works 208 Best Western-Airline Motor Inn 210 Bodcau Station Limited 237 Bolinger Lumber Co. 236 Bossier Bank 81 Trust 235 Bossier Federal Credit Union 215 Bossier Medical Center 236 Bossier Orthopaedic Clinic 242 Bossier Parish Community College 239 Bossier Sheriff's Dept. 208 Maxie Branch 227 Bobby Brannon 209 Brazzel Bt Sons Transmission 237 Brooks Heating 81 Air Conditioning 216 Bud 81 Bob Motor Shop 235 C. C. the Clown 235 Calumet 234 Centenary 208 Chamberlain's Nursery 235 joe Cobb's B-B-Q 235 Compco 225 Consolidated T.V. 224 The Cook's Shop 237 Donald D. Cope, D.D.S., MSD. 237 Corina's Hair Design 234 Country Kitchen 226 Craig's Auto Sales 213 Verlon Cross jewelers 241 Cypress Inn 231 Adams, William 131, 139 Allen, Nancy 131 Allred, Ann 131 Arnold, Karren 131 Babers, Sue 131 Barham, Mary 131 Belle, Albert 131 Bethea, Molly 131 Bice, Nell 131, 139 Black, jerry 132 Blackburn, Kathye 132 Bohanan, Clay 132 Boose, Ellen 132, 138 Branch, Waylon 132 Breen, Margie 132 Brian, janet 132 Brugess, Ron 132 Cain, Carol 132 Carleton, Margie 133 Carlin, Debbie 133 Carlisle, Allen 133 Carr, Ivey 133 Carson, Tom 133 Chandler, Kay 133 Coleman, Daphne 133 Corkern, Kelley 133 Cox, Mattie 133 cox, Richard 132, 173, .172 Davis, Virginia 130, 131 Davis, jerry 134, 204 Deere, Taffy 130 25 Index Advertisers Index Dave's Tune-up, Inc, 235 Dinero's 229 Dolls by jan 224 Don Carlos Restaurant 230 El Chico Restaurant 227 Tabric Gallery 243 Fairway Ace Hardware 230 Family Medical Center 239 First Baptist Church Youth 220 Food Town 236 jamie Glasgow 241 jamie Glasgow and Lisa Bose 208 Barbara Gray 216 Greenacres Chiropractic Clinic 214 Greenacres Place Development Corp. 212 Chubby Harris Builders 243 Hoogland's 236 I Love Travel 236 The Inspiration Christian Book Store 214 j 81 j Food Mart 236 johnson's Furniture 222 B. T. johnston, Builder 208 josten's 224 just for You Monogramming 233 Kelly 81 Doughty Architects 216 Eliot Knowles 221 Lawn Beautiful 234 William H, Ledbetter 219 Le Grand Limosine Service 243 Lennox Industries, Inc. 225 Leo's Westport T.V. 225 Bill Little 216 Lowe's 233 Lucille Cash Real Estate 230 Wilna Mabry 208 Maddox! Hughes, Ins. 234 Mama Soon 234 Martha's Learn 81 Play Center 222 David Mauldin Photography 221 McAllister Plumbing 216 McDaniel-Sewell Engineers 243 Mildred's Cards 81 Gifts 222 Mobile Home Supplies Co. 222 Moseley's Wheel Alighment 224 My Granny's House 224 National Bank of Bossier 238 National Guard 217 Neil's Reproductions, Inc. 222 Nero's Hickory Hut 224 Facult Index Dennis, Patti 134 Falting, Pat 134 Forrest, Vickie 134 Fowle, Melissa 134 Fullerton, Virginia 134 Gaspard, Kim 134, 200 Graves, Diane 134 Graves, Kenneth 130 Greebon, jackie 136 Haley, Phillip 126, 127, 132 Hammel, Cathy 136 Hawrylak, Amy 136 Hill, Fred 136 Humphries, Lillie 136 johnson, Donette 136 jones, Cynthia 136, 139, 141 jones, Fran 136 jones, Lynda 136 Lee, Arthur 130 McConathy, Connie 137 Malmay, jessie 137 Martin, Glenda 137 Moody, Debbie 137 Mullinnix, Deborah 137, 156 Murphy, janet 137 Powell, judy 137 Rambin, Dorothy 137 Rogers, Glenda 137 Rondeau, joe 139 St. Andre, joe 139 Slack, Terry 139 Newman's Fashions 219 Newspaper Publications-The Times 230 Norwest Financial 224 Pamelia's Fashion School 239 Pap-Paw's Fried Chicken 229 Penro Mobile Homes 231 Pierre Bossier Mall 223 Pilgrim Manor Nursing Home 227 Priest Bakery 229 Promotional Ideas 243 Querbes 81 Nelson 224 Randy's Travel Town 230 Red Chute Auto Center 213 Red Wing Shoe Store 231 Reflections of Ducharme 231 River City Travel 233 Rodney's Auto Repair 222 Ron's Trophy Center 222 Roosa's Transmission 239 Senior Showcase 244 Serio's 233 Eddy Shell 241 ShreveportfBossier Bank Council 228 Skyline Corporation 215 Sims Electric Service 216 Sonic 243 Southern Maid Donuts 233 Steadman's Sports Center 239 Studio One 238 Sun Brite Tanning Salon 229 Swan Lake Baptist Church 208 Temple Furniture 229 Tony Lewis Mobile Homes 239 Tri-State Printing 238 United Auto Parts 232 Valkyries 219 Vietnam Veterans of America 227 Waller Baptist Church 239 Ward Printing 239 Wilhite Electric 215 WiIl's Westinghouse 239 Windsor Clock Sales 81 Repair 229 The Wooden Spoon 233 j. R, Wright Construction Co, 211 Slay, Wera 139 Smith, Curtis 139 Smith, David 139 Stanley, Larry 132, 139, iso, 16 Stephens, Ramona 139, 141 Stevens, lantha 139 Stoll, Sherry 140 Thibodeaux, Cecil 140 Walden, jon R, 129 Walker, C.A, 140 Walker, Lacyne 128 Walton, jenelle 140 Ward, Catherine 141 Welsh, Robin 141 Willis, Susan 141 Williford, Sandra 141 Wilson, Gloria 141 Wroten, Chester 141 I l i l 'Ables, Amy K. 79, 144, 145, 147 !Abshire, Rachel 47, 146 Acurio, Michelle 29, 32, 47, 56, 64, 69, 144, 145, 40, 72, 36, 39, 147, 54 Adams, jennifer 109, 153 Adams, jerry P. Adley, Brandon 109, 190 Ahlstrom, Susan M. 109 Alexander, Marshelle 9, 11, 47, 144, 145, 36, 72 Alexander , Shawn E. 79, 156, 157 Allen, Casey C. 79, 204 Allen, Tonya R. 95 Alley, jeston 20, 53, 65 Alley, Tammy 32, 95, 101, 152, 147, 38, 36 Allred, Melody A. 144, 145 Anderson, Cary D. 153 Anderson, D. Michael 109 Anderson, jeffrey D. 95 Anderson, Kelly A. 95 Anderson, Mark A. 95, 164 Anderson, Scott D. 79, 156, 158 Anderson, Tracy j. 109 Anding, Stacy M. 28, 47, 61, 38, 193 Andrews, Karen Denise 109 Andrews, Kevin Duane 47, 156 Agnlin, Sherri Lynn 79, 204 Anthony Deon C. 95 iAnthony Randall S. 79 Armer, Tammy 47 Arnette, Paxton 95, 46, 185 Arrington, Michael 47, 164, 165, 185, 146 Auchard, lll Richard 79 Augustine Gerrod 47, 185, 157 Aycock, Kelly Rene 79 Backofen, Gregory S. 109 Baggs, Stacey Lynn 79 Sonja Marie 95, 145, 146 Bailes, Bailey, Christopher S. 109, 117 Kristina K. 109 Bailey, Bailiff, Tammy B. 79 Balch, Carl E. 109 Balch, Marian C. 79, 109, 153 Bamburg, Margaret A. 79 Banaka, Leroy E. 165 Banks, james Henry 164 Barker, Roy 95 'Barkman, Michelle 80 Barnes, Nathalie M. 15, 48, 14, 144, lBarnes, Stacey Anne 109, 146, 147 Barnum, john Robert 95 Barton, janet Michele 48, 78, 153 Bass, Angela 95 Bass, jennifer Lynn 109, 113 Bates, Teri Lynn 95, 162 Beach, Stephanie S. 80 Beasley, Belinda C. 80, 3 Beason, Thomas j. 96 Beauregard, joseph P. 110 Beckham, Kendra 110 Behlke, Charlotte A. 80 Bell, Brandi L. 96 Benge, Carole E. 96 Benton, Beau H. 110, 190 Berry, Cynthia 30 Berry, Loy Wayne 80, 156 Biggs, Steven W. 80, 164, 165 Blair, jr. Larry Carl 48, 164, 165 Blalock, jodie 31, 79, 80, 156, 147 Bloom, Kim C. 48, 153 Bobbitt, Colette A. 110 Bodden, Stewart D. 80 Bogan, jennifer 19, 31, 80 145, 147, 72 Bogan, Kim 19, 32, 69, 145, 38, 34, 46, 48 Bolea, joseph A. 110 Student Index I Bond, jackie Ray 96 Bonds, Amber M. 110, 165 N Boone, Charles S. G. 80, 145, 147 Booth, Kenneth Larry 80, 185, 190 Bose, Lisa Ann 48, 144, 145, I47 Bowden, Tabatha 80, 162 Bowen, Brian G. 185, 146 Bowen, Christopher L. 190 Bowen, Willie G. 203, 185 Bowman, Susan 96 Chaddick, Stacy Lynn 111, 147 Chandler, Tara Paige 81 Chapel, james R. 111 Chapman, Mary 111 Chavis, Robert W. 111 Cheney Daphne C. 111 Chesney, Kevin Lee 111 Chester, Keith Wayne 96 Chillog, james M. 48 Chillog, jason A. 96 Ching, Gina May 111 Boyles, Christy R. 110 Boyles, Robert C. jr. 80 Boyd, Melissa C. 2, 48, 194 Brace, Margaret 80, 144, 147 Bradford, Craig R. 19, 80, 156 Branch, Caryn D. 96, 95, 147, 36 Brannon, Guy E. 163 Braswell, jennifer j. 80, 144 Braun, Braun, Christopher R. 110, 146, 190 james C. 80, 185, 190, 146 Breedlove, Rivers Lee 110, 190 Brennan, Laura 80 Brewer, Kristi L. 110 Brock, Kimberly D. 110, 152, 147 Brooks, johnny Walter 48, 53, 185, 146, 147 Brooks, Kevin L. 96 Brooks, Krenna 96 Brooks, Yolanda 80 Broome, Stanley D. 80, 161, 163, 145 Brothers, john M. 80, 163 Broussard, Keith 81 Broussard, Kevin 81 Brown, Arthur R. 96 Brown, Denise 53 Brown, Nancy Fay 96, 146 Brown, Rachel 110 Brown, Robin Lynn 110, 152 Brown Stanley Wayne 203, 185 Chisum, Lucinda G. 96, 144 Ciccarella, jeanine M. 111 Clark, Christina Y. 96 Coats, Tiffany Renae 111 Cobb, Deborah 96 Coburn, Reginald F. 111 Coffee, Aaron 81, 200 Coffee, Christopher L. 202, 203, 96, Colbert, Glen H. 111 Colbert, Il Charles M. 81, 185, 190 Cole, Angela Lynn 111 Colgrove, Daniel Paul 203, 81, 185, 190 Collier, Apriell A. 111, 117 Collier, Tammy 48, 57, 153, 147 Collins, Curtis C. jr. 111 Collins, Renee j. 111, 162 Collins, Stacey L. 81, 145 Colston, Annie Lee 96 Colvin, jack Kim 96 Conner, Heather C. 81, 141 Conner, Scott 111, 165 Connor, Eric R. 96 Cook, Lea jennifer 96, 147 205 Cooper, Karen Melissa 2, 4, 26, 48, 56, 61, 66, 145, 194 Cope, jason Bryan 18, 203, 81, 78, 185, 190, 146 Cope, Matthew j. 19, 111, 121, 157, 145, 190 Brown, Wesley 96 Brown, Stephanie D. 32, Brown, Todd Philip 81 Brown, Torrey 110, 175 Buchanan, Craig Lee 48 Buck, james Oliver 110, Buck, Kimberly D. 110 Buck, Robin K. 81, 89 Buckley, Lori S. 81, 145 Buffington, jackie 110, 165 Bullard, Cynthia 96, 162, 145 Burcham, Holly Gayle 48, 153, 147 Burkett, jamie Renee 165 81, 85, 89, 173 164, 165, 175, 174 Copes, Stephen 112 Cordell, Charles E. 49 Corley, Tamitha M. 10, 49, 153, 72 Couch, Leslie 112 Counts, Hillary Ann 112 Counts, john G. 96 Cowell, Kelly Marie 49 Cox, james M. 96 Craft, john W. 49 Craig, Michael 19, 49, 65, 66, 146 Craven, Russell 112 Creamer, Dennis R. 96 Crews, Gregory Lee 49 Burns, Lalena Ann 110 Burns, Robert john 96, 164, 165 Burns, Tammy R. 48, 153, 147 Busch, Timothy E. 110 Bush, janel L. 96, 145, 147 Butler, Bryan 81 Bybee, Lisa A. 14, 26, 96, 147 Byrd, Lisa C. 110, 157 Byrne, Kayla R. 110 Crook, Tricia Lori 156, 147 Crosby, jason Scott 81, 190 Crosby, Randy B. 112 Cross, II Verlon Dean 80, 82 Crowell, Cynthia jan 80, 82 Crumbliss, Lisa N. 97 Crump, Kennith Eric 97 Culotta, james 82 Culpepper, Paul john 97 Cummings, Cynthia D. 82 Czaska, Kelly A. 112 Czaska, Melody A. 112 Caldwell, Damon E. 48, 63, 64, 66, Campbell, Clay Duncan 12 Campbell, Suranee 110, 157 Canterbury, Timothy S. 81 Cardona, Nuri Monique 153 Carnahan, Charles Allen 48, 63, 145 Carpenter, Leslie K. 81, 156 Carpenter, Susan F. 110, 145 Carrell, Patricia 16, 96, 157 Carroll, Blaine P. 96 Carter, Dawn Marie 96 Catter, Paul 110, 164, 165 Caskey, Lance P. 111 . Caskey, Leigh A. 81 144, 145, 72 D'Aquin, Christopher 112 Daigle, Karen L. 97 Daly, Stephanie D. 47, 48, 49, 145, Damron, jeffrey 97 Dansby, Deborah K. 112 Darden, Timothy Paul 8, 97 Darner, W. Bradford 112 Davenport, Bryan E. 112, 175 1 Davis Davis, Davis, Davis, , Glen 165 Adriane jean 156, 157, 173 jennifer D. 56, 146 Neil A. 56, 146 47 Index 252 Davis, Shannon L. 112, 147 Davis, Sidney Renee 52 Davis, Theodore 61, 185, 146 Davis Tracy Renee 24, 52 Day, Cathy A. 30, 82 De Poo, Michelle E. 97, 147 Dellinger, janet L. 112, 157, 147 Demoss, Russell N. 52 Depaul, Michael R. 82, 145 Deprang, jennifer L. 112, 157 Desai, Mounang P. 112 Dewitt, Stephen C. 97 Dickerson, Brandi L. 112 Dillard, Vassie L. 165 Dillhyon, Tracy Dawn 112 Dison, Kerri jean 165 Divietro, Nichole L. 97, 100 Doan, Amy Ellen 82 Dobson, jennifer jean 112 Dolan, Kathleen B. 52 Domingue, Maxine C. 112 Dominguez, Lainie C. 97, 102 Doneghue, Cass A. 97, 98 Douglass, Laura C. 112 Doyal, Stacy Elise 97, 95, 144, 156, 145 Drake, Damon L. 82 Draper, Christy M. 82 Draper, Lara Michele Draper, Sandy E. 112 Driskell, Angela K. 30, 82 Dry, janice Renee 112 Ducharme, Steven 82 Dudley, Rena E. 52, 56, 66, 147 Duenas, Myron Eric 97, 157, 159 Duncan, Tina 112, 145 Durham, Demetris 153 Duston, Becky E. 97, 144 Dyer, Holly M. 112 Earley, Stephen M. 97 Earley, Stephen Wayne 82 Earnest, Michael Sean 113 Eatman, john Todd 52 Eatman, Troy 82 Edmiston, Bill 113, 175 Edwards, james E. 113 Edwards, jerry Wayne 72 Edwards, T. Bradley 97, 145, 174, 171 Eklurld, Dawn M. 82, 144, 157 Elashewich, Nicole M. 82 Eldredge, Aaron S. 97 Elledge, David L. 51, 52, 56 Elliott, Tracy Ruth 11, 97, 100 English, jean L. 97, 145 Ferguson, john H. 113 Ficklin, Lora Leigh 82, 147 Ficklin, Sherry Ann 113, 162, 147 Field, Tammy Sue 52 Field, Tracy Vincent 97 Fields, Carolyn Ann 97 Filbey, Amanda N. 82, 144, 152 Finuf, Kara Lynn 113 Fisher, Lisa Michelle 53, 153, 73 Flores, Michael A. 113, 146, 190 Flowers, Sherry R. 97, 147 Fortenberry, Dean C. 97 Fortenberry, Sheri E. 97, 145 Foster, Shanan E. 97 Fowler, Daryl Clark 54, 21, 67, 146, Fowler, Keri Evon 97, 145 Fox, Randy L. 113 Francis, Roderick 97 Franklin, john B. 113, 19C, 191 Franklin, Perry W. 113 Franks, Susan Dee 79, 82 Freeman, Michael D. 111 Freeman, Troy Kevin 87 Freiberger, Lynnda F. 97 Fuller, jimmy R. 164, 165 Fulmer, Ken 82 Fusco, Cheryl L. 97 Fusilier, josette M. 53 Galey, Charles L. 53 Galloway, Pamela R. 114 Gardner, Amy M. 114, 110, 147 Gardner, Troy D. 82 Garrett, Melissa F. 98 Garrett, Sharlot D. 114, 152 Gaston, Christa L. 114 Gatch, Robin Loraine 54, 153 Gatch, Russel Neil 98 Gatti, jr. Robert Hal 98, 200 Gatti, Randal S. 114 Gauss, Holly L. 114 Gentry, Eric Steven 185, 146, 200 Gentsch, Brandi M. 98 George, Meredith E. 144, 146, 147 170, 171 Grigsby, jennifer 115, 109, 36 Grigsby, Suzanne j. 4, 83, 152 Grimsley, A. Michelle 83 Grindal, Lance j. 115 Grosjean, Michael T. 115, 190 Grumble, jr. Wm. T. 165 Guin, Kimberly D. 115 Gurganus, Valari Kay 5, 29, 83, 147 144, 156, 145, Haggard, Richard G. 165 Hahn, Shelly Marie 182, 183, 54, 56, 146, 147, 73, 173 Halbert, josh D. 83 Haley, Christine 54, 153 Haley, Dana 83 Haley, Sidney Rush 203, 98, 174, 171 Hall, Dana D. 115, 157, 152 Hall, Michelle Rene 115, 157 Hamilton, Donald 98, 165 Hammel, Robert W. 115, 165 Hammons, Christopher 9, 6, 21, 46, 67, 146, 17 169, 168, 171 Hapgood, Libby Anne 98 Harbin, Kimberly 83, 153 Harris, Angela Darlene 98, 157, 152, Harris, Russell G. 8, 46, 54, 162, 158 Hartwell, Nancy Marie 83, 153 Hartwell, Todd 115, 165 Harvill, Rhonda M. 84, 147 Haskins, Kelly Dean 84 Haskins, Lonnie W. 115 Hathorn, Steven Harry 54 Havard, Shannon D. 84, 98, 145 Hawkes, Tommy 165 Hawks, Tamara 115 Hawn lll Robert Mari 98 Hawnj Melinda Ann A. 84 Hayes, Hayes, Hayes, Erik Richard 84, 185, 190 Gina Ray 54, 145 jason A. 115 Haynes, Cindy L. 98, 156 Hays, Kassy L. 115 Hays, Lon G. 84, 146, 171 George, P. Allison 114, 147 Geuin, Rhonda L. 114 Gibson Gilbert Gilbert Gilbert , Angela G. 82 Chandra Yvett 82, 144, 147 Gibson, , james Rodney 98, 190 , Shannon Deli 114 , Shelley D. 83, ae Gilcrease, Sonya D. 10, 182, 183, 52, 54, 153, 147 Gillenwater, R. Daryl 73 Hazen, jeffrey A. 55 Helverson, Myra Lyn 84 Henbest, Lea j. 55, 57, 153, 147, 37 Hendry, Melissa Lynn 84 Henigan, Arron 23, 116 Henigan, Shawna 79, 84 Henigan, Wesley Lione 203, 55 Hennessy, Lisa M. 84, 147 Henry, Meredith L. 153 Henry, Michael C. 116 145, 147 Ernesto, Frank IV 113 Ethridge, Amy D. 113, 157, 147 Evans, Kathy D. 113 Evans, Melissa A. 97 Evans, Patricia M. 153 Evans, Stephanie 164, 165 Everitt, Faith 82, 162, 144 Ewing, Marie 97, 162 Ewing, Shirley Fairbanks, Gerald 113 Faktor, Charles 82, 185, 200 Farr, Christopher C. 88 Farrar, Kimmie Rachal 113 Farrington, jennifer 26, 113, 147 Farrington, Robert R. 97 Farris, Lucinda Lee 113 Farris, Melissa A. 97 Farris, Michael A. 97 Favaron, john K. 158, 153, 190 Fayard, Linnea Marie 6, 26, 32, 33, 50, 51, 52, 64, 156, 158, 147, 36, 73, 194 Fazenbaker, Cynthia K. 52, 153, 147, 73 Feliciano, Waleska 113 Fergason, Kelly A. 52 Fergason, Kevin A. 113 Ferguson, Erik D. 113 Index Gilligan, William H. 54, 61, 18, 146 Gills, Rachel D. 98, 147 Gilmer, Angela R. D. 170, 168, 171 Gladney, Sammie j. 165 Glasgow, Carolyn R. 98 Glasgow, jamie M. 54, 144, 145, 146, 147 Glover, Felicia D. 114, 165, 173 Glyenn, Stephanie 114 Goff, Richard Gordon 156, 73 Goodman, Pamela D. 83, 144, 145 Goodwin, Gayla Lynn 98, 157 Gordon, Kenneth A. 83, 153 Gordon, Timothy D. 114 Gottardi, Diana P. 54, 145 Graham, Darcy L. 98 Grant, Nikki 114 Granville, Beverly j. 83 Granville, Phillip o. 175, 174 Graves, Dean W. 98 Graves, john E. 114 Gray, Kristie L. 114 Grayson, Scott 114 Green, Charlotte 114 Green, Lisa L. 47, 54, 77, 144, 145 Green, Vanessa C. 114 Greene, Albert D. 98 Greer, Tanya R. 114, 157 Gregory, Layne S. 114, 164, 165 Gregory, Shannon L. 98 Griffin, Melissa 83 Henry, Russel C. 55, 147 Henry, Tim Rayland 84 Hensel, Angelynn D. 98, 156, 145 Henson, jodie 98 Herman, Sue Lynn 84 Hernadez, S. Michelle 84 Hernandez, Blinda 84, 153 Hernandez, Karen G. 116 Hernandez, Kerri Lynn 55 Herrell, G. Todd 98, 106 Herrera, Connie 98 Herrera, Heather A. 116 Herring, james B. lll 55, 56, 153 Hicks, jeffrey H. 116 Hicks, Roslyn Venise 98 Hicks, Tammy Deanna 55, 144, 156 Hines, Hines, Hines, Amber 49, 55 Danielle R. 98 Lori Ann 32, 55, 162 Hobbs, Dianne 98 Hockett, Ashley Ann 116 Hoffman, Erika L. 116 Hoffman, john Paul 116 Hogan, jessie R. 84, 147 Hogg, Theresa R. 99 Holbert, Brett S. 116, 146, 190 Hollis, Tonya B. 99, 162 Holloway, Troy 165 Holt, Randy S. 164, 165 Honaker, Douglas H. 99, 145 ooker, Misty Dyan 1,16 opkins, jeffrey K. 116 oppaugh, Robert 27, 55, 161 orton, Donna 116 brton, Scott j. 55 oward, Angela 55, 162, 144 oward, Brent A. oward, ll jerry Wayn 27, 84 pward Michael 116 pward Pamela 56, 153 oward, Todd R. 99 owell, Denise Ann 182, 183, 56, 156, 147, l172, 173 Dwell, Heather E. 13, 79, 84, 144, 156, 147, l173 well, Sandra S. 146, 73 liddleston, Myrna E. 99 udson, jack 99 ughes, Charles A. jr. 22, 116, 190 unt, Mary Mollie 12, 99 unt, Renee Loraine 99, 147 utfles, Kenneth jay 50, 56, 144, 145 utto, Suzanne 31, 84, 147, 37 lle, julie Ann 182, 99, 144, 147, 173 gate, Laurie A. 52, 56, 76, 66, 144, 145, 74 orey, Chris 99 ks, David N. 99, 164 kson, Kimberly P. 165 Miller, .kson, Michael A. 116 :kson, Patrick Lynn 84, 156, 185 Zkson, Tammy 116 Zob, Nathan 84 :obs, Charles E. 99 Zobs, Vernon 116 nes, Kelvin Antonio 116 les, Kevin Charles 99, 185, 190 Carrie Diahn 56, 66, 156, 157, 74 nson, Amy S. 116 nson, nson, Derrick 84 nson, Doug C. 116, 191 nson, M. Genia 10, 56 nson, Michael D. 185, 190 nson, Raymond 99 nson Sabrina 84, 173 tnson, Susan Paige 84, 144, 145 inson, Teresa 116 inson, Tiffany Ann 99, 157 ies, Ann Marie 99 ies, Dana L. 84 ies, james Wesley 116, 114, 125, 146 ies, Nancy A. 85, 145 ies, Tina R. 116 ies, Tisha Marie 85 ies, Victor Wade 125, 56, 146 Han, Gary Carl 165 lyn, Laura E. 32, 33, 116, 109, 114, 115, 157, 1, 147 d, jeannie Kay 145, 146, 7, 74 d, Selena Clemice 116, 165, 145 eau, Gerald L. jr. 116 Eau, jason 116 au, jill 56, 153 schner, Chris 85 er, Christine A. 99, 147 nan, Kelly Marie 99 ne, Carol Lynn ne, Marian L. 116, 165 ne, Tracey Ann 99 th, Kandace L. 116 th, Kimberly 85 er, Timothy 99 h, Michael Brian 117 nady, Richard W. 203, 99 ney, Gregory D. 85 , Scott Thomas 14, 117, 121, 146, 175, 174 on, Karen M. 99, 162, 145 King, Melanie Denise 57 King, Reginald 185, 19, 200 Kingrey, Katherine 99 Kirby, Wesley 99, 104, 164, 165, 190 Kirkendall, Andrea M. 117 Kirkland, Holly R. 5, 99 Kling, Wendy D. 85 Knettle, Cari S. 14, 117 Knight, Kimberly Kaye 32, 33, 99, 94, 95, 101, 152, 147 Knowles, Terry Ann 85 Knox, Lisa Kay 117 Korn, Rondi K. 85 Kornfeld, Sherri Gail 79, 85, 144 Kosloski, Melissa 99, 162, 145 Kreil, Lee Eric 99 Kyle, Robert W. 18, 85, 87, 146 Lacour, Pamela D. 85 Lairson, joseph C. 99 Lamb, Melisa Missy K. 85, 161 Lambie, Christopher 99 Lampley, Catherine E. 27, 100, 95, 145, 152 Landry, Elizabeth L. 100, 162, 145 Larger, Stacy Lynn 85, 153 Larrison, james P. 100 Laughlin, Blaine W. 12, 19, 85, 184, 185, 146 Laurents, Angelia R. 100, 147 Laverdiere, Lance 100, 174, 171 Laverdiere, Tammy 85 Lavergne, Tammy 100 Lawrence, Michael S. 100 Lawrence, Susan 85 Lawson, Richard A. 203, 100, 200 Lay, jerry Lynn 16, 117, 190 Leachman, Laura Lynn 30, 57 Lechman, john joseph 5, 10, 57, 64, 67, 144, 145, 146, 74, 170, 171 Lee, jared Harper 117, 114, 175 Lee, Keila Michelle 57, 38 Lee, Terry Patrick 100 Lee, Tracy Lynn 117 Legrand, Karen S. 85 Legrand, Tina Denise 85 Lesikar, Carrie L. 100 Lesikar, Kimberly D. 117 Lewis, Dina 85 Lewis, Shannon 100 Ley, Maureen P. 85, 145 Lidikay, Michelle L. 100 Liles, David 117 Lilly, Greg L. too Linder, Daniel R. 74 Linder, Shelby G, 100, 185, 190 Lindsey, N. Shane 111 Link, Bridgitte 153 Lister, Felicia 117 Little, Donna jean 57, 153 Lloyd, Terri Lynn 117 Lockhart, Allen C. 85, 145, 200 Lockhart, Robert T. 117, 200 Lofland, Russ A. 100 Yrrrr Loftin, Laura A. 85, 144 Lopez, Freddie 15, 117, 111 Loredo, Victoria L. 162 Loridans, Mimi 57 Loveridge, Wendy G. 14, 117, 147, 173 Lowrey, Chad jason 85 Lowry, David Andrew 174, 171 Lubberts, Cecelia M. 165 Lunsford, joanne K. 117, 153 Lunsford, Margaret K. 157 Lusk, Stacey Lee 15, 85, 144, 146 Lynch, Gilbert P. 153 Lynn, Fredrick B. 117 Lyon, Melissa Gayle 117 Madden, Bryant W. jr. 100 Maddox, Michael S. 153 Maddox, Todd Alvin S7 Magaw, David 86 Maggio, Betty Ann 117 Malone, Darin K. 100 Malone, jackie 100 Malone, Nancy Sue 101, 106 Malone, Tiffany Sue 57, 153 Maness, Holli B. 117, 157, 147 Marlar, Marnie M. 9, 7, 91, 144, 156, 158, 147 86 Marlowe, Kimberly A. 16, 101, 98, 145 Martin, Charles M. 101 Martin, Cheryl Ann 101 Martin, Dawn Mechele 101, 58, 144, 147, 74 Martin, jeffrey Rando 124, 57, 58, 64, 145, 74 Martin, Karen R. 117, 124, 152, 147 Mason, Anthony 165 Mathews, Ronald Gail 101 Maw, Tyler 86 May, Katherine Denise 117, 157 McGrath, Traci L. 102 McGuire, Melissa S. 102 McHenry, Shanta 204 McKan, Cassalena L. 153 McKay, Allison 117 McKee, Missy 117 McLaren, Kenneth W. 102, 185, 190 McClean, Karen S. 102, 40 McLean, Shirley A. 117, 152 McLendon, Lorrie Anne 118 McMahan, Matthew B. 22, 146, 175 McMahon, Tommy 86 McMahon, Clifford D. 102 McNabb, Trey 102, 185, 190, 146 McNally, Steven F. 102 McNaughton, Theresa G. 102 McVey, Marsha 86 McWherter, Laurie R. 118, 157 McWill iams, Tanzie M, 13, 102 Meachum, Geneva L. 118, 5 Meachum, j. Donnelle 145, 86 Meador, Ann 87, 162, 145 Meador, Melissa G. 118 Medlin, Elton L. 153 Meeler, Charlotte 102 Meeler, Sherry Lyn 59 Merritt, james Scott 203, 102 Merritt, Sheryl j. 87, 145 Merryman, Robert E. 102 Meshel l, Sherri 32, 182, 102, 16 2, 165 Meshell, Terri 182, 102, 162 Metcalf, joseph M. 51, 66, 59, 146, 170, 169, 171 Meyers, William 165 Mickley, Alissa D. 118 Middleton, Chris K. 171 Miller, john D. 102 Miller, Katherine 102 Miller, Leslie Ann 118 Miller, Lori Deshawn 153 Miller, Stephen C. Miller, Steven M. 80, 87, 102 wendy P. 118, 147 Mills, jeff jay 102 Mitchell Bobby l. 102, 185, 190 Mitchell, Charla L. 118, 172, 173 Mitchell, Karla M, 9, 59, 147 Mitchell, Kristi L. 9, 7, 87, 91 Moehring, Michel M. 87 Monroe, Ann Marie 118 Montanez, Christina M. 87 Montgomery, Amanda L. 102 Montgomery, Mary K. 22, 32, 33, 118, 109, 114,115, 147, 37 Monzingo, jason David 87, 162 Monzingo, Maria Elena 59, 153 Moon, Tara Anne 102, 145 Mooney, Patricia M. 118, 163, 165 Mayfield, G. Keith 51, 58 Mayfield, Geoffrey S, 101 Maynor, james Glenn 117, 190 Mays, jodi Lynn 101, 147 Mayweather, Maurice D. 101, 165 McAllister, j. Kris 117 McAllister, Kimberly 101, 147 McBroom, Angela Gay 58, 153 McCalman, Heather E. L. 85, 86 McCarl, Gene 86 Index 53 McCay Robin Lois 58 McClarney Amanda L 89 86 McClurkin Rebecca E 101 McConnell jacqueline 117 173 McCoy Laura A 27 157 McCoy Tammi Lynn 101 164 1 McCracken Michele 102 152 14 147 McCracken Samuel L 23 117 McCrary Michael K 144 145 40 86 McCray Huey Lee 185 200 McCray joqulin L 165 McCrory Michelle R 48 58 66 McCrory Mischea L 58 McDonald Mark D 59 McDonald Marshall 58 153 74 McDonald Wesley D 102 McDonlel Randall G 161 86 McFadden M Carol 117 McGee Ray Field 203 185 McGee Moore Todd 86 Andrew 102 200 Moore Dorita Ann 165 Moore Moore Moore john Michael 118 190 Phillip 118 Tony 59 Moore Tyrone 87 Moreno jill Paige 59 153 Morgan Rhonda F 103 Morgan Sean 87 185 146 200 Morris Beauj 165 Morrison Michelle L 118 Morton David Scott 87 Morton Douglasj 118 Morton Ricky 165 Moseley Angelia D 87 Moser CharlesG 157 146 190 175 Moss Craig M 5 19 203 50 66 67 68 59 146 205 Mueller ThomasC 118 175 Mullins jeremy R 103 Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Catherine A 47 59 146 75 Dustin L 103 j0Seph A 118 190 M Chad 103 157 TablthaB 27 118 113 147 Timothy C 20 202 203 49 146 50 Murray Paula D 59 153 Myers Gary Keith 87 165 Myers Ronny Lee 118 190 Negard Ericka Lynn 118 Nell Rhondaj 9 59 38 37 Newberg Pamela A 63 147 Newkirk Stephanie D 118 Newman Curtis 118 Newton Brian james 118 Newton Cherylj 103 Nguyen Ha Thi My 119 Nichols Veronica iRonnij 103 Niebel Richardj 103 Niette Gloria Kay 15 133 147 Nix Cindy 38 Nolan Theresa L 63 153 Nuckolls Cheryl Lynn 88 Oberle Lauren E 18 119 Oberle Mark Dudley 19 8 185 190 Obryan Karen D 119 Oden KeithW 11 65 Oden Kimberly A 88 Ormand Susan M 182 162 146 Orr Holly Wyn 88 144 145 04 Orsulak Amy S 119 145 Pace Pace Pace, Pace, Dawn T 119 157 , Grady Teague T 103 Mona 103, 144, 145 Traci 103 59 185 , , . , , , ,,65 , ,,5,,37 , .,,1-16 , , , . , . ,. , . ,. , , , , , , , , , , , , . ,. , . , , . , , . , , . ,. , , , , , , , . , , ,. , , , . , , , ,3,, ,. , . , ,,,147,2 54 Index Padgett, Kimberly A. 88, 153 Palmer, Larry 119 Palmer, Patricia L. 63, 162, 160, 161 Parish, Kathryn 103, 162, 157 Parker, jennifer Ann 119 Partain, Kirk Wayne 119 Partin, jr. Charles M. 88, 87, 200 Partin, Michael S. 119, 205 Pawlow, Yvette Ther 23, 88, 156, 157 Payne, Shannon 119, 157, 147 Payne, Sheryl 182, 88, 147 Pearson, Melodie M. 103 Peebles, Patty 10 Pelters, Holli jean 88 Pelters, Matthew P. 153 Pelters, William C. 103 Pence, Richard W. 30, 47, 63, 145 Pendleton, Richard D. 103 Pendleton, Telisa D, 88 Pennington, Charlene 119, 162 Perkins, Steve W. 63 Peterson, Rodney Aaron 104 Peterson, Timothy S. 88 Peterson, Tina R. 119 Pfeuffer, Candace 89, 164, 165, 157, 152 Phillips, Colleen M. Phillips, Devin 104 Phillips, Vickie L. 119 Piper, David F. 104, 145 Piper, Richard S. 63, 153 Pirhalla, joseph D. 104 Plants, Amanda 104 Plaza, Edwardo Sergio 25, 104, 94, 185, 157, 190, 146 Plunkett, Lori Ann 5, 162 Polk, Tammy Lynn 104 Pons, jennifer L. 119 Pool, Sean F. 119 Posey, Shannon 89, 63 Posey, Stephen B. 23, 119 Pratt, Andrea Lynn 104 Pressley, Steven 203, 104 Prince, Charles E. 104 Procell, S. Emmett 89, 61, 63, 185, 146 Procell, Y. Kimberly 147 ' Puckett, Corey Dane 104 Pugh, Kimberlene T. 89, 63 Purcell, Laura A. 104 Qualls, ll Bert E. 89 Qualls, Steven Anthony 119 Queen, Sean 89 Rader, Todd R. 205 Ragster, Gwendolyn L. 165 Rape, Thomas D. 89 Ray, Elaine Gail 17, 157, 145 Ray, Richard R. 119, 109, 146, 190, 191 Readore, Bobby M. 104 Reeder, jill Alesa 75 Reynolds, Melissa j. 163, 75 Rice, Michael T. 89 Richardson, Latunia D. 165 Richie, Robert D. 104 Riley, Mark W. 104 Ritch, Tracy Monique 3, 89 Rittenberry, Gail M. 89 Robinette, Cynthia L. 119, 157 Robinson, Adrian j. 119, 175 Robinson, Charlotte A. 119 Robinson, Dedrick L. 165 Robinson, lrma jean 165 Robinson, Marcia D. 104 Robson, jr. Larry 170, 168, 171 Roge, james M. 165 Rogers, Wm. Langston 146 Rolen, Merri joanne 89 Rolfe, Ill George W. 104 Roots, james A. 165 Rose, Kristie A. 89 Ross, Amanda Faye 169, 165, 153 Rousseau, Robert Lee 119, 165 Rousset, Stephen P. 50, 64, 144, 145, 40 Rowe, M. L. Nicklos 104 Russel, Clifford W. 203, 90, 185 Salinas, Lisa Marie 104 Salter, David j. 119 Sanders, Audra Caryn 144, 145, 156, 158, 75 Sanders, C. Heath 119 Sanders, C. jason 119 Sanders, Roderick B. 119, 146 Sanford, B. 1. 104, 185, 190, 200 Sanford, Delores R. fdedel 104, 157 Sanforc, Tina j. 119, 157 Santoro, john M. 120, 110 Sauseda, Michelle A, 104, 146 Schauer, Melissa Anne 104, 144, 147 Schexnaidre, Beth A. 120 Schlapkohl, Shannon A. 104, 40 Scott, jeffrey L. 153 Seagroves, Mark A. 90, 185, 190 Secor, Leann Marie 120 Seegers, Donna L. 90 Seegers, William B. 120 Sellers, Eric M. 90 Serio, jeanne Marie 61, 65, 162, 144, 75 Seward, j. Scott 104 Sewell, jennifer A. 104, 5, 147, 35 Sharbono, M. Elizabeth 120 Sharp, Aaron Sharp, Cheryl Sharp, Katherine Sharp, Skipper 120 Shatteen, Gregory L. 120 Shaw, Douglas E. 153 Shepherd, joseph Olen 90 Shepherd, Tabitha D. 90 Sheppard, Stacy 104 Sheridan, Lori L. 65, 147 Sherman, Michele Mari 104 Sherwin, Tracy A. 153, 147 Shosted, jamie Lynn 65 Shumaker, jackie 65 Shy, Todd A. 5, 13, 63, 65, 68, 146, 205 Siepman, Colleen K, 104 Siepman, jennifer L. 120 Sievers, Susan M. 90, 144, 146, 147 . Silmon, Kimberly 120, 110 Silvertooth, Spring 90, 145, 146, 147 Simmons, Vicki 65 Simpson, Candace Lynn 90 Simpson, Edward j. 65, 161, 144 Sims, Andrea jill 4, 12, 26, 32, 83, 78, 90, 147 Sims, Lisa M. 120, 165 Sisson, Dana L. 90 Sjogren, Toshia E. 120 Skidmore, Liz F. 104 Slaughter, Rhonda L. 90, 144, 147 Slay, Monica 105 Slay, Steven P. 120 Smiley, Dana Lyn 120 Smith, Smith Amy L. 31, 120, 147 Belinda 66, 153 Smith, Billy E. 105, 164, 165, 157 Smith, Brian Keith 13, 90, 185, 190, 146, 200 Smith, Byron 90, 174, 168, 171 Smith, Chris Lee 120 Smith, Christine E. 120, 147 Smith, Felix Dewayne 190, 175 Smith, james A. jr. 120 Smith, jason Dewayne 51, 53, 66 Smith, john David 105 Smith, Leslie Lori 27, 120, 173 Smith, R. Michelle 66, 153 Smith, Scott Kennon 121, 190 Smith, Sonny R. 146, 175 Smith, Theresa M. 121, 165 Smith, Tina jean 121 Smith, Willie Darrell 28, 203, 185 Snow, Deborah F. 105, 162 Snow, Snow, Eureka N. 121, 165 Evette M. 90 Southerland, Steve L. 121, 175 Spataro, james A. fBol 24, 48, 185, 146 ltaro M. Todd 107 49 157 rmgfield, Pamela K. 105 llmgs lohnathan 90 llmgs Mary Beth 105 157 nbrough jason Z 121 lndish Darren 121 rndish, lames D. 90 141 rnfreld Andrew L. 105 tpinskl, Stash 105 trks Patricra A. 105 phens Shell: M 105 phens Tlmothy L 121 phenson Floyd 66 164 165 phenson NrtaL 105 phenson Tonya 16 105 156 tson KellyE 105 147 wart Chrls 90 nson Angelrca 22 121 nson J Denrse105 156 nson Pat Hogan 121 190 xkes Cynthia 23 91 144 146 mkley RebeccaL 66 153 hugh lames Kelly 91 xver leanna W. 121 ange Teresa M. 157 auss lerold A. 91 165 cklln Wtlllam other Heidi 91 144 145 1 oupe Chandra N. 121 helecki lohn D. 91 145 eleckr Sherrr L 91 162 161 14 da Kim A, 91 1ajda Caren 121 tajda Mlchael 91 Ivan Bo 105 Ivan Murrel lr ynmerlin Christa L. 121 mmerlin lanice M mers VlcklL 153 nrall Marsha 105 nk Kerr: Ntcole 105 nton Shannon L 105 9 eney james E 185 nauskas Chrrsty L. 105 1 or Altonl 121 o Eddle121 or GeorgeR 105 164 165 o lamesR 105 o Latron 91 0 Lnllre165 0 Paula S 165 o RobertC 171 o Terry Shane 105 146 leton Amy Dawn 91 yry Ty Lane 91 88 185 190 nrpe Bradly A 121 164 165 odos Davld W 105 :mas Clarence 165 :mas Kevrn105 104 165 :mas Lrsa 122 :mas Lisa A 165 xmas Mrchele D 122 xmas Robert 105 mmsen Errn M 122 ogmorton Kimberly 110 147 well Steven 105 nan Douglas 91 87 185 190 Turner Cynthia M 106 162 Turner Thomas Mark 203 106 Tuttle MlchaelE 91 Tuttle Wtlllam H 91 185 190 Tyer James S 92 145 Underwood W Kevrn 123 Upshaw S Roxanne 92 147 Vanderburg Trey 106 145 Vaughan Tracre D 123 109 Veach Dana Kimberly 92 Veatch Elrzabeth D 92 Vela Gracelra 123 Venable losle 106 Vercher Scott 66 153 Vucxnarr Bridget R 92 Vrcknaur EdgarL 106 Vlllar Flndlayl 123 Vrllarnal Brenda C 92 Vrnes Krmberly Dawn 123 165 Vlsceglra Desiree S 106 152 145 1 Waggoner Deldra A 106 204 Waggoner Thomas 123 146 190 Walker Cory Denard 123 165 Walker jerry M 123 145 Walker Vlrg1nraL 123 Walker Wllltam Brian 67 Wallace Melnssa 67 147 Waller lenmfer106 157 Waller justm 75 Wallrs Tonya K 67 Wallot Sud S 92 Walpole Ashlre D 26 92 147 38 204 Wambsgans joelF 67 184 185 200 Ward Rebecca L 95 144 145 40 147 Ward Robin Dawn 93 Warren Angle S 93 Washeleskr lacquelme Washer jerry L 124 Washington Yvette 93 Watkins james Allen 124 125 157 159 Watklns Timothy L 20 92 125 156 Watson Gregory A 106 Watson Shannon M 67 Weaver lulne E 124 147 Weaver MaryF 106 162 Webb Krlstln E 124 147 Wedgeworth Terry L 153 1 Weeks leanme Lynn 92 147 Weeks Rusty 124 Welch Chrtstrne R 124 157 Wells Michelle 106 Wells Scott 106 Welshans 1eff124 190 Whaley Heather D 2 124 157 Whatley Brandon C 92 Whrtaker jullssal 124 Whrte Mrchael 106 Whrte Sammy 92 White Sammy 92 White Kevin 106 dall Melanre D 66 37 ld Aimee leamne 122 16S ns Melrssa Lergh 91 tey lr DoyleR 48 61 66 181 185 146 rssant Violet 147 vnsend Yvonne M e Tabitha M 122 egel Trey 105 jrllo Steven 9 185 byflll, Tuna Marne 105 byfrll, Tonya R 105, 145 chick, Robert Wnll 91 Whrtehead leremrah 67 156 158 Whrtener Susan Ruth 106 Whntlock TerenceL 124 Whrtlock Tommy L 164 165 Whrtman Cralg P 106 185 190 146 Whrttrngton Marcia C1 67 Whorton Aronda R 13 106 Wllhrte Stace 13 Wilkes Karen Lynn 124 145 Wilkes Michael R 48 51 56 63 66 67 41 Wrll, Susan S 107 Wrllrams, Cherry 125 chrck, Susan L 123 nage, Heather Lynn 106 ner, Barbara D 91, 162, 164, 165 Wlllrams, Wnlltams, Wrlllams, Dawn R 125, 157, 147 Kelly M 125 Sedrrck L 175, 174 Wlllrams Tamara D 67 Wllllams Wendy Tyan 107 Wrllrams Wesley Shane 107 Williamson Melussa 107 Wilson Bridgette 67 Wrlson Earnest 153 Wilson jerry 93 92 Wrlson Joann 107 Wllson john 93 125 Wrmberly A Mrchelle125 Wrmberly Bryan 93 164 165 146 Wlnham Karla A 93 162 204 Wlnn Amy E 107 144 145 Wrnn Stephame L 3 9 25 32 64 35 75 192 Wrnters Tammy Renee 93 153 Wrrth SheneaL 125 Wrse lrmmy Lee 164 165 Wrse Suzanne C 125 157 Witte Chrrstopher M 93 156 Wolverton Sharnael D 125 147 Womack Tuna Michelle 93 Wood Dawn Mane 125 Wood leffreyl 107 Woodard Dawn L 125 164 165 Woods ConnreL 107 Wooten Tracey M 147 Wren jeffrey Todd 93 88 162 Wright Chrlstlne M 93 144 145 Wright Robin C 125 119 147 Wrrght Tla M 153 Wnght Wrllram Todd 67 75 Wyatt Gena H 107 Wynn Wrllram Brock 107 164 Yantls M1chelleE 107 152 Young Lavern 153 Zanca Robert C 107 76 67 39 1 1 1 1 135 , ' . , ' ' , . 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