Alexandria High School - Epic Yearbook (Alexandria, LA)

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' Q l 1- .AJ -. IMS . to Work. The difficull - TROJANS accom- plish immedialely. Perfeclion lakes longer! Dedicafion and many hours ol hard work are necessary To aliain qualify. The willingness To 'rake 'rhose exfra sfeps Toward perleclion marks a TROJAN. All endeavors are approached wifh This allilude and TROJAN pride resulfs from The reali- zalrion lhai one has done his best I ' Qw- J i s I Q -fn as a a 'M 5 is me 65 B24 r V o-4'ii'7i'E,. if s.,i is! f " . L fr, 1 ' 5:5 g cs'iis is " 'i s.asi ' if is lk Q ,gm an :Riff I I A 2-1. -V i L 1' L. f - ' ' .f 9' V W 51' B' :LJ ' nk W 5 1.-'V , I U . , kk W EW, A : - 7 J X s l . 'M ii - - , Ah? - - '- ' .3 5 ' A ' 'F' . 9, .bfi . . X 4 k o 1 L 1 1 Q I n i a s E M J 5 W A . .to have fun Ease off - relax - 'rake a break. All work and no play make Torclwus Trojan a dull boy - or girl. We enloy a variely oflaclivilies wlwiclw serve lo complele flue well-rounded TROJANA f l eel fffp Q I4 iv, , far --X A m Q' , ' Aff ' ,,., K , I" ' - 4' - X.Vf. - ,. WW, ..-q.,MR x W v mf . Q ff: x., 1.33 5 . 2.25 wo H wmv V X Q G Y y. vw :Vg -wi 5 .153 ' '- . . "qw :M A ww-3, if NV ww-N w.,,,w was-L 52,2 ,f .pgiy A . 5 YNfk ,151 :abr I My 34- ' , V . - f was i es, a .F 1 vw 'Vkwilfllwh il IRECTO RS , . l i l ' l ' l L l K l 1 . , a l ,F W Y ,X e l R l 2 ' l 1 2 l l P"-ff ' , -X ll mv5'oisvwBf.,,1 , - sw U 'iklllhuuim 5 fr. .. iss 1, MM. av s. e, . f.,s,... 1 E 9-o 0 if ' wr. W' i1 ff. The SPOTLIGHT focuses on l'he Facully. Wi+h skillful dedicafion, +hey direci' all ac+ivi- lies +o insure +he smoofh operafion of our school. from +he +ime we en1'er A.S.H. as freshmen un+il we gradua+e as young adulls, ihey sfrixle +o guide us and prepare us for 1'he fufure. We grafefully acknowledge iheir will- ingness +o assume an awesome responsibilily - 'For +he way we live +omorrow is direcfly influenced by 1'he fhings we learn 'loday. The A.S.H. Faculfy - Flexible enough +o mee+ all si+ua+ions Firm enough +o be in command. I7 ENGLISH Realizing ThaT an adequaTe ToundaTion in Eng- lish is essenTial if The sTudenT is To be successTul in his overall program oT sTudies, The English sTaTT sTresses Those elemenTs ThaT will be oT parTicuIar beneTiT. By using selecTed liTeraTure, we encour- age The developmenlr oT comprehension and criT- ical Thinking. WiTh oral and wriTTen composiTions we emphasize The correcT, clear, eTTecTive expres- sion oT ideas. Especially do we sTrive To help The sTudenT realize The imporTanT role The English lan- guage plays in his liTe. ffsiwazif. CSDLQMLM Mrs. Shaffer finds a sTudenT's remark humorous. MRS. DIANE E. BUTCHER . . . Louisiana College, B.A. . . . English II, III MRS. G. Y. ELMORE . . . Dillard UniversiTy. B.A. , . . Business Eng- lish, English II MRS. MARGARET I-I. ITIINTON . . . Texas A 81 T. B.S .... English III. IV MRS. JESSIE MARIE JACKSON . . . Louisiana College, B.A. . . . English II, III NOT PICTURED: MR. LOUIS CRENSHAW . . . Louisiana College, B.A. . . . English Il . . . Head EooTball Coach CheryTRoberTs, Donna Dyer, Mrs. Wilkinson, arid ForresT Rogel I 1 1,1 3 gum-. splayed 'rlie Globe Tliealer lo 'rhe class. Mrs. Elmore gives flue days assignment 1 i MISS OLA MAE MONK . . .Soulliern Universily, BA., Englisli . . Scroll MRS. RUTI-I G. CYQUINN . . . Louisiana College, B.A., Norlliwesl ern Sfale Universify, M.Ed.. . .Englisn IV. . .Sludenl Council MRS. BILLYE SUE WILKINSON . Mississippi College. BA. . . Englisli I MRS. DOROTHY P. SHAFFER . . . Uriiversily ol Kenluolcy. AB.. . Englislw III . . .Nafional I-Ionor Sociely NOT PICTURED: MRS. THELMA M. ALLEN . . . Leland College BS.. . .Englisli I, II . . .Junior Volunleers I I LANGUAGE, SPEECH, REAEJI c, SPECIAL The foreign language program in our school includes bolh classical and modern languages. A srudv of anolher language involves a gradual expanding knowledge of a foreign counlry - irs geography, hisiory, social organizalion, lilera- lure, and culfure - which resulls in a berfer per- specrive on American cullure rhrough an adiusr- menr lo rhe concepi of culrural similariries and differences. Though language slcills may lafer be forgorlenp The enlarging and enriching resulrs of 'rhe culrural experience endure lhroughour life. Mr. Thomas encourages Larry King, Thomas Lay and Alber+ oss. MRS. FLORENCE ANASTASIO . . . Louisiana S+a+e Universifv, BA. . . . French I, Ill, IV. . . French Honor Sociefv MR. DON COUVILLION . . . Norlhwesfern Slale Universily. BA. . . .Speech Civics. . .The-spians. Deloafe Club MRS. PATRICIA CYPHERT . . . Norrhweslern Sfafe Universily, BS. . . .French ll, English ll . . .Epic MRS. Pl-lYLLlS KOLB . . . Louisiana Srafe Universily. BA. . . . Lalin I, English l . . .Lafin Club Reading machines are a greaf aid To Mrs. Lymberis. EDUCATIO '. Miss Reighney uTilizes The language lab in Teaching Spanish. Alexandria Senior High oTTers a Three year speech curriculum. STudenTs are sTimulaTed To parTicipaTe in socieTy Through a masTery oT The oral skills. BoTh The DebaTe Club and The Thespian Troupe oTTer sTudenTs exTracurricular acTiviTy in The arT oT speaking. Our deparT- menT aTTempTs To develop in each sTudenT an abiliTy To inTelligenTly express his views. Spe- cial eTTorTs are made To insure ThaT speech skills can be exTended inTo oTher academic M The Reading DeparTmenT sTrives To meeT The needs oT sTudenTs emphasizing reading and sTudv skills. ln iTs individualized program, sTudenTs receive concenTraTed insTrucTion To overcome cerTain language deTiciencies. Addi- Tional TuToring is provided in The areas oT grammar, liTeraTure, and composiTion, so as To esTablish The necessary background Tor TurTher progress. pursuiTs. Special EducaTion is a new class designed To accommodaTe The needs oT special sTudenTs. Basic academic skills are TaughT againsT a background oT problems encounTered in real liTe siTuaTions. We sTrive To prepare each sTu- denT To assume his place in our socieTy. MRS. LORENA LYMBERIS . . . Louisiana College, B.S .... NorTh wesTern STaTe UniversiTy, M.Ed. . . . Reading, English l . . . FTA MISS MARY REIGHNEY . . . NorTheasT STaTe UniversiTy, B.A. . Spanish l, ll MR. FELIX THOMAS . . . NorThwesTern STaTe UniversiTy. B.S. . Special EducaTion . . .Tennis Team NOT PICTURED: MR. THEODORE GAMBORDELLA , . . Louisiana STaTe UniversiTv, B.S. . . .Speech . . . KaraTe Club SOCIAL SCIENCE In every generalion, Americans have encoun- Iered and solved problems beselling Ihe nalion. Today, Americans musf conlend wilh bolh domeslic and foreign problems of greal' urgency. We can gain perspeclive and guidance for This Task Ihrough an underslanding of our pasl and our nafional herilage. The Social Science Deparf- menf al Alexandria Senior I'Iigh School is designed Io enrich The subiecl ma++er and seeks 'ro presenl Iairly, differing poinls of view. y-411244 CMM-Z - I I f I I Under Dale DeviIIe's wafchliul eye, Mr. Cooper grades Dale's 'rest MRS. NANCY BARHAM . . . Louisiana Slale Universify, B.S. . . Sociology, American I'Iis+ory . . , Prayer Group, Ecology Club MRS. CATHERINE B. BOREN . . . Kansas S+a're Universily, B.S. . . . Government Economics. Civics . . . Epic Business Slall, Fufure Vol- ers Club MR. J. I-I. COCKRELL . . . Grambling College, B.S .... American I-Iisfory MR. EARL J. COOPER . . . Grambling College. B.S., Soufhern Uni- versily. M.A. . . .Geography 24 IND Borins ness and Gevemmeni MBS L V, sk .H i.,if-.. ws,::fv,' MAME Mrs. E130 M? INT ERESI M Boren poinfs oul fhe workings of Ihe sfock market MR. WILLIAM LYLE I-IUTCHINSON . . ' Nor+hwes+ern, B.S. Civics, American l'lislory MISS CHARLOTTE MARLER . . . Norlh- weslern Slale Universily, B.A .... Ameri- can Hislory, Geography, English I MR. ELVIN MCCANN . . . Norlhwesfern Slale Universilv, B.S .... Louisiana Slale Universily, M.Ed .,.. Civics, Physical Edu- cafion . . . Head Baslcelball Coach MR. LOUIS l-l. ROBERTS . . . Dillard Uni- versilv, B.A. . . . American Government Civics MR. BILLY WAYNE ROSIER . . . Louisiana College. B.A. . . .World I-lislory, English Ill . . . Leo Club MR. ROGER L. SMITI-I . .. Grambling College, B.S .... World Geography. Civ- I ics, General Business f. sv Y' 'if 1' ,f 5 I ' I . Team leachers Mrs. Barham and Mr. Hu+chinson work wilh Burnell Bowie and Freddie Smifh. MATHEMATICS MR. THEODORE EOUNTAINE, JR. . . .Soulhern Universily. B.S., Mafhe- malics MR. DENNIS W. ERAZIER . .. Soulhern Universily, B.S., Soufhern Oklahoma Sfale, M.EcI .... Geome- Iry. Senior Malhemafics MR. SKIPPER NEWTON . . . Norfh- wes+ern S+a're Universi+y, B,S. Physics. Business Ma+h MRS. MARION STAGEMAN. . . Louisiana Slale Universify, B.S .... General Malh, Algebra I MR. PHILIP J. TIMOTHY. . .Nor+h- weslern Sfafe Universily, B.S.. Louisi- ana Slale Universify, M.Ed .... Algebra II, Business Malh, Advanced Math MR. BILLY E. WEAVER . . . Norlh- weslern Sfale Universify, B.S. Trigonomelry, Geomelry, Business Malhemalics NOT PICTURED: MR. JOHN ALLEN . . . Grambling College. B.S. . . . Tuskegee Inslilufe. M.S .... Algebra I, General Ma+h NOT PICTURED: MRS. DAVID A. BRANDOW . . . Louisiana College. B.S. . . . Malhemalics NOT PICTURED: MRS. EILEEN S. HAWKINS . . . Nor+hwes+ern Sfale Universify, B.A .... General Mafh, Algebra I X Mr. Foun+aine poses a queslic 2 'I 'Q' I I - .1 'aaa' '63 RIGHT: Mr.IFrazier fries +0 calch up on his 'resl grading. ,I 'II I g I TV f 3? .,,L . 2 I 5 ui I l i l l E i i i his mafh class. Because, in lhe lvlaihemalics Deparlmenl, we wish To enrich all sludenlrs who come under our guidance. we sirive for a flexible program lhai will meel Jrhe needs of lhe sludenfs for The world of loday and lomorrow. Thus. we feel Thal our curriculum musl consisi of Those courses and acfivilies designed fo conlribuie io bolh lhe common and special malrhemalical needs of all sludenls so Thal a sludenlr, if he so desires, will be prepared +o pursue a career dependeni upon malhemalical skills and abiliiies. rwwma ABOVE: Mrs. Hawkins singles our a sfudenf for an answer. SCIENCE The Teachers oT The Science DeparTmenT are uniTed as we work To reach The maior goals ouT- lined Tor This year. IT is imperaTive To malce sci- ence relaTive To daily living as well as To guide sTudenTs in developing The abiliTy To Think criT- ically and use The scienTiTic meThod eTTecTively. SpeciTically, The Science DeparTmenT hopes To acquainT The sTudenT wiTh diTTerenT scienTiTic occupaTions and To diligenTly prepare sTudenTs who wish To pursue a career in ChemisTry, Biol- ogy, or Physics. od?.?aftQr ABOVE: Mr. DoTson checks The accuracy oT Carolyn STroTh- er's work. RIGHT: Vickie Voda gives Mr. Ford a hand wiTh The over- head proiecTor. Mrs. PorTo explains The sTages oT rniTosis To Charles Pace MR. STEPHEN W. BRADY . .. Soulhern Universify, BS. . . . Biology. General Science. MR..WlLLlAM E. CGNNELLA . . . Norlhweslern Slale Uniyersily, B.S.. M.Ed.. . .Biology . . .Chess Club MR. LEE ANDREW DOTSON, JR. . . . Grambling College. B.S.. Soufh- ern Uniyersily, M.S.. . .Biology. Physical Science MR. QUINCY T. FORD . . . Norlh- wesfern Slale Universify, B.S., Sle- phen F. Ausfin Sfafe College. M.Ed. . . .General Science MR. J. D. PHILLIPS, JR .... Norfh- wesfern Slale Universi+y, B.S., M.Ed. . . . Biology, General Science . . . Key Club MRS. MARGARET D. PORTO . . . Louisiana College. B.S.. Nor'rhwes+ern Slafe Universiiy, M.S .... Biology l, II MR. DON SHOWS Louisiana Tech, B.S .... General Science . . . Coach - Eoolball, Baslcelball. Track, Cross Counfry MRS. MARY L. WARDSWORTH . . . Grambling College, B.S., Soufh- ern Universify. M.S. . . .Chernisfry BUSINESS EDUCATIQN The primary ObiecTive OT The Business Educa- TiOn DeparTrnenT is TO insTill wiThin The sTudenT The desire TO learn The slcills necessary TO TulTill The demands OT The wOrld OT worlcf ETTOrTs are made TO give individual Training TO each sTudenT so ThaT he may leave A.S.T'l. wiTh a saleable slcill Or cOnTinue his sTudies OT business. We Teel ThaT Our deparTrnenT is commendable since we OTTer a wide range OT subiecTs, The TaciliTies are excel- lenT, and The sTaTT is cOOperaTive and well Trained. Mr GranT insTrucTs Karen Normand On The use OT The cop ABOVE: Using The heaclseTs. Mrs. Wade gives her insTruc- Tions To The class. RIGHT: Mrs. Shaw proolireads Linda Brown's paper Tor Typ- ing errors. machine. MRS. GRACE BEALL , . . Louisiana College, B.S.. Louisiana Sfafe Univer- siiy, M.Ed .... DE II, III, Typing I . . .DECA MR. DON L. GRANT . . . Louisiana 'IecI'i, B.S., Norfiwwesfern Sfafe Uni- yersiiy. M.S .... Office Machines, Typing I, Dafa Processing . . . Infer- act MRS. SHARON MOCK . . . NorII1- wesfern Siaie Uniyersiiy, BS. Typing I, General Business MRS. SUE MOTI' . . . Norfiiwesiern Sfafe Universiiy, BS .... Typing I . . .Treasurer MISS CAROLYN PECANTY . .. Louisiana CoIIege. B.A. Book- Iceeping, Typing II MRS. GERALDINE SI-IAW ... NorTI'iwesTern Sfafe Uniyersiiy, BS., Universify of Arkansas, M.S.. . . COE, CIericaI Praciice Office Machines, Da+a Processing . . . FBLA MRS. MAZELLE C. TURNER .. Mississippi Siaie Uniyersiiy, BS. . . Typing I, General Business MRS. JUDITI-I A. WADE . . . Louisi- ana CoIIege. B.S. . . .SI1or+Iiand I. II. Typewrifing I . . . Fufure Secreiaries of America ARTS, HOME Economics, Music Home Economics, Indusfrial Arfs, Draffing, and Arf all play a key role in a person's way of life since fhey are subiecfs which are nof only useful buf inferesfing and enioyable. If is fhe dufy of our deparfmenfs fo provide a pleasing and pracfical experience for all young people involved in fhese programs. The success of fhese courses depends on how well fhe deparfmenfal sfaff fuIfiIIs fhe infellecfual capacifies of each individual sfudenf. Skills learned in fhese classes can be ufilized beneficially by anyone regardless of fhe field of work which he chooses fo pursue. N516 In fhe Music Deparfmenf we believe fhaf our sfudenfs should be faughf fo live, share, and work fogefher. Our deparfmenf fries fo seek ouf and develop special falenfs of sfudenfs and fo prepare fhem for furfher fraining in music. The deparfmenf works fo provide opporfunifies for sfudenfs fo perform in large or small groups and fo provide appropriafe music fo meef fhe needs of fhe school and communify. fuer. II MR. CLAUDE D. ANDREWS . . . Soufhern Universify, B.S., Vander- cook College. M.Ed.. . . Band . . . FMLA MR. RANDALL BROADNAX . . . Norfhwesfern Sfafe Universify, B.A.. . .Arf I, III, IV. . .Youfh Arf Club of America MRS. JUNEE S. CAMPBELL . . . Norfhwesfern Sfafe Universify, B.S. . . . Food Services I, Occupafional Food Services II MRS. MARY FRYE . . . Louisiana Sfafe Universify, B.S. . . III Mr. Andrews leads The band in one of fheir many pracfice ses- sions. .Arfl II MR. DONNIE HOLLAND . . . Norllwwesf- ern Srale Universily, B.S. lndusfrial Arrs II. Mechanical Drawing I, ll MRS. ELIZABETH ANN LANINGHAM . . . Norflwweslern Sfafe Universily, BS. . . .Home Economics I, ll . . . FHA MRS. MARTHA MARTIN . . . Norlliwesf- ern S+a+e Universily, B.S .... Home Eco- nomics I, II MRS. W. B. MORRISON . .. Soufhern Universify, B.S., M.Ed. . . . Music. . . FMLA MR. DARRELL RODRIQUEZ . . . Norrh- weslern Slafe Universiry, B.S. . . . lncluslrial Arls I ' MRS. FRANKIE B. SKEELS . . . Louisiana College, B.S., Norfhwesfern S+a+e Univer- sily. M.Ed .... Home and Family Living . . .FHA Mrs. Campbell checks oven daily before food service class. Mrs. Frye and class sfudy Neal Dauzaf's painling. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Physical EducaTion is an inTegraI parT oT The ToTaI educaTional process. The aim oT our pro- gram is To provide a varieTy oT acTiviTies ThaT will give sTudenTs a break Trom academic pressures encounTered during The day. AT The same Time, They are learning acTiviTies which They can enioy 1 parTicipaTing in all Their lives. IT pays To play: I physically, menTaIIy, socially, and emoTionaIIy. ww w? Q QMQQMZZ W E T Mrs. S ABOVE: Mrs. Williams asks The class Tor absenTees. 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J ' .s F Qi ,. z MT pai.. .,A.,5g.,,, ,,.Q ,L Q 'Ti fi ni' fi! g :5":fI"'g 'Ja ' I . .. f L., ,, ,ri wLg..3'1-V "" ' P' i I in-.L 5 I . -.fame-Q .if E 5 I 8' 'fi .ff A OJWJ S I MR. ROBERT HOWARD BENTON . . . Mississippi Slale Uniyersily. B.S. . . . Physical Educalion MR. CHARLES M. HAMMONS . . . Norlhweslern Slale Uniyersily. 8.5, . . . Heallh. Physical Educalion . . . Swim Team Coach MISS MARJORIE ROOP . . . Missis- sippi Slale College for Women. B.S. . . . Heallh. Physical Educalion . . . Troyans. G.R.A.. Dolphinelle Club, Oymnaslics Team MRS. ANNE SMITH . . . Norlhwesf- ern Slale Universily, B.S.. Norlhwesl- ern Slale Universily. M.Ed ..,. Heallh, Physical Eclucalion , . . Troy' ans, O.R.A. MRS. ALICE R. SPARKS . . . Louisi- ana Tech. B.S .... Healfh. Physical Educalion . . . Girlls Recrealion Associalion. Cheerleaders MR. RICKIE W. TYLER . . . Norlhe easl Slale Uniyersily. B.S .... Healfh, Physical Eclucalion . . . Coach - Ereshman Foolball, Baslcel- ball, Traclc MRS. DOROTHY H. WILLIAMS. . . Sfillman College, B.A .... He-alfh. Physical Educalion. . .Troyelle-s, Girls Recrealion Associalion NOT PICTURED: MR. DAVID V. WILLIAMSON , . . Louisiana Tech, B.S.. M.S. Physical Eclucalion . . . Eoolball Coach A ' ' xX igpxglk, .fgx-x.K..kkg Avlxy 'Qjl-XQXXCJX XXQNQ Q5 NV-'J R - Q' K , . X- - . . 1. . i ' ' 1- i 1 -4- . 5 xxx f ,If x ak K fix., x HJ x xl' xg ,I N ll .X-L5mAX Qlvx, .sX,xx. V 4 4 TL. .Q x C y I. X V . - A. I. ka -X V - A R .X X X-Y l .. x xx 4- ,A j X C -1,7 J - ig' K- vi L, N, 'f J' I ' - K - 4 f'-Q .I '... is 'Q f ir gy gm ,fi 'Q X'-J T V K. 5 A . , T . . ' , I-. . 1. w -- 'ii " i, T i T T . --9. 0 -N r I A K .T P ii I3 I . - 'x '- ' ' ' ' ,, X, .I BEI-II D TI-IE SCENES Mr. Sexfon and Mrs. Cheafam review sfudenf files. Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Zachary prepare 'ro check ou+ a book. Office secrefaries Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Ussery, Mrs. O'Quin and Mrs. Smi'H1 keep our school running efficierfrly. l K 'Y ' M Y I l l A .Q 2 ' f ,reee f r ff , . 5 L ' , l l .qii ,M Eff- fgff :,L s -51: , OTTOM: L fo R: Wilma Gilchrist Delma Crouch, Alma Gille'He, Mary Rachel, and Lillian McNeal. OP: L +o R: Be++y Shel+on, Yevonne Norris, Grace Williams, Cecilia Sullivan, Marion Nugenf, Lucinda Coleman and Claudine ilkerson. 'ro R: Carrie Lee Predom, J. L. Cooper, Alberf Varra, William Fairchild, Sfeve Orvis, D. Car+er, Eugene Tafum and Kelly aymond. ,A-if ""Fv ' ai 'Q .Mf 1 m 011 1 '1 5 Ab. 1 , 233 ' ,il if 1 ,. is 5 Q ,si 5-1 s se, 4 l ,, NL. ' i fl 'lf' if - N-if V-fi .f c . ,,.. xii N. 3. , Qin., The SPOTLIGHT plays on 'rhe s'ruden+ body as - 'rhe I5O0 individual sludenls who have lhe power lo creale 'rhe almosphere lhey wanl a+ A.S.H. Whal 1'hey have wanled lhis year has been a highly successful combinalion of 'rhe desire lo mainlain scholaslic slandings, crea+e spiril and enioy ex+ra-curricular ac+ivi'ries. Spiril in parlicular has marked our I973 s+u- den'r body. Togelher, +he four classes have dis- played a fronl of complele "Troianism." Keen class compelilion has also marked +his year as freshmen, sophomores, iuniors, and seniors vied wi+h each o+her by painling signs, buying spiri+ links and Epics, and cheering a+ pep ral- lies.. Under s+uden'r leadership and leacher sponsorship, TROJANS have eagerly parlici- pa'l'ed in all ac+ivi'ries and have broughl origi- nalily of +hough+ inlo every+hing under+aken. The A.S.H. S+uden+ Body - lndependenl enough lo lhink for lhemselves ln1'elligen'I' enough +o lislen +o olhers. They're our pride - and ioy itself. Meeting life head on - with boundless enthusiasm. They can be doctor, lawyer - even president They know they can 'be anything - or everything They are all. SEN IDRS '13 1 Senior Class Gfficers fSea+edj S+an Berrheaud, President Brenda Ball, Secreraryy fS+andingj Rory Alexander, Vice-President Rob Lowrey, Treasurer. SEDIOTS SLEII' IIT CO"TllTTGlTTOl'E1LIVG YGHI' DARRYL ADERHOLD - lnleracl Club 69-73: Freshman Foolball: DECA. ANGIE AKINS - Girlls Glee Club 7l-72: Concerl Choir 72-73: FSA 7l-72: Y-Teens 7I-72. PAM ALBEN - Choir 69-70: Ollice Worker 7l-72, Guidance Worker 70-72: Fufure Vofers Club 7I-73: I-lislorian 7l- 72, Reporler 72-73: Voling Commissioner 7l-72: French Honor Sociely 7l-72: Ecol- ogy Club 72-73: Scroll Business Slall 70- 7l, Acls Salesman 70-73: Scroll Reporler 70-7l, Edifor-in-Chief ol Scroll 72-73. Copy Edilor 72-73. DARELL ALBRIGHT - Ale-xandrians 69- 73:FIv1LA 7I-73: Spanish Club 69-70: Key Club 72-73: Sludenl Council Represenla- live 72-73. RORY ALEXANDER - lnleracl Club 7l- 72: Key Club 72-73: Sludenl Council All. 7l-72: EPIC Business Slalil 7l-72, EPIC Edilorial Slall, Ads Eclilor 72-73, DON ITA ANDERSON DOROTHY ANDERSON JANET ANDERSON - Nalional l'lonor Sociely 7I-72: French Honor Sludenl 7l- 72. LARRY ANTEE MARK ARMSTRONG SUZZANNE ATKINSON - Bolfon - Sludenf Council Represenlaliye 69-70: Dramalics Club 69-7l: ASI-l - Concerl Choir 7l-73: Alexandrians 72-73: Y-Teens 7l-72. DIANNE ATWOOD - DAA 69-7I: PNA 70-7I. FRED AUSTIN BRENDA BALL -- Y-Teens 69-7l: Troy- elles 69-70: Spanish Club 7O-72: EPIC Business Slall 69-72: EPIC Edirorial Slall 72-73, Associale Senior Class Edilorz Slu- clenf Council Represenlalive 69-70, All. 70-7l: Junior Class Vice-Presidenlf Senior Class Secrelary: Graduafion Usher 7I-72: Sludenl Corps Worker 72-73: Office Worker 7l-72. SHELBY BARKER Seniors - always special f wif i 1 6 .wffv . 'ZVVLL , W! .5 ,A i I V Tl 'h,, il ' as .0 "' ff" ,.," , A 1 'V , ' ' ' ,,k, "Q 334. ,V 4 , 'l 9, T L I , Q4..i,,4'-- 329 ie an .. ,, 1' U? ROBERT BARRETT JERRY BEARD - Foo+ball 7I-73: FCA 7l-723 Eulure Vofers ol America. SUSAN BECK - Fl-lA 70-73, Vice-Presb denl 7l-72, Presidenl 72-73. GREG BELL BETTY JO BELVIN - Bollon - Ereshman Class Secrelary: Sophomore Class Secre- laryz Sludenl Council Alf. 69-70: Concerl Choir and Accompanisl 7O-7l, Girls Glee- Club 69-70, Chorale 70-7l, Boosfers 70- 7lI Campus Queen Courl 7O-7l: lvlosl Oulsrandinq Sophomore: ASl-l - Sludenr Council Represenlalive 7l-72: Concerl Choir 7l-73, Vice-Presidenl 7l-72, Alexan- drians 7l-73, l-lonor Choir 7l-72: Royally Courl 7 l -72: Baslcelball Courl 7 l -727 Homecoming Courl 72-73: Junior Class Favorife: Junior Class Secrerary: ESA Vice-Presidenf 7l-727 FBLA: Nalional l'lonor Sociely 7l-73: Casl: Mllinianls Rain- bow" 7l-72: Whols Who 72-73: Miss Vogue 72-73. DEBRA BENNET - FSA 7l-73: Fl-lA 72- 73. . Q f,.- i.iLeg,,i ff fgsfi L 5, 4: . Y 1:-M ..- "sq, this year extra special STAN BERTHEAUD - Track 69-73: Foorball 69-7I3 Baskefball 69-72: Leo Club 70-73, Fresidenr 7l-725 Freshman Class Favorifeq Freshman Class Presi- denfq Senior Class President PAULA BINDURSKY - Concerl Choir 72-73, Alexandrians 72-737 FMLA 72- 73: FSA 72-73. AUBREY BOLEN - Leo Club 7l-721 Track 69-73: Baskerball 69-73: Foorball 69-70. MARY BONNETT - Bolron - Occu- paiional Food Service 7l-73: Bruinefles 70-7l7 Fl-lA 7O-7l: GAA 69-70. DEBBIE BORDELON - FHA: DE. TAFFY BORELL SUZANNE BOURGEOIS - Troyans 70-7I: Srudenr Council Represenrarive 7O-7l, Alf. 7l-72: Srudenr Corps Worker 72-73: Junior Volunleers 70-7l. NITA BRADAS - Office Worker 69- 713 Y-Teens 69-7I: FSA 7I-73: Troyans 70-727 COE 7I-735 Prayer Group 7I- 73: Dolphinerres 7I-73: Fl-lA 69-7I: French Club 69-7l. JOANN BRADEN - Y-Teens 69-73. Treasurer 70-7l7 Troyans 69-72: Slu- denl Council Represenrarive 72-731 Concerr Choir 7I-732 Alexandrians 71- 73, Treasurer 72-73: Caslz "The Boy- friend" 70-7I, "Finian's Rainbow" 7I- 72, Choreographer for "Finian's Rain- bowu 7l-72. FAR LEFT: DoHy O'Bryan srudies dili- genfly before school. LEFT: Senior Troyan Heidi Dengel boosrs school spirif in many ways. Pam Alben helps by buying a spiril rag. DAVID BRANDOW - Foolball 69-7I. ELISABETH BRANDT - Bollon - Dra- malics Club 70-7I: ASH - Ecology Club 7I-73: Arl Club 7I-737 Scroll Shall, Fea- Iures Edilor 72-73. DIANNE BRODNAX - Y-Teens 69-7I. Treasurer 70-7I: Library Worker 69-703 Iroyelles 69-70: FHA 69-70: Ecology Club 7I-72. SHERWIN BROSETTE MICHAEL BROUILETTE - Sluclenl Council Represenfalive 69-727 Gymnasfics Team 70-7I. GWENDOLYN BROWN LINDA BROWN - Office Worker 70-7l: FSA 7I-73: FBLA 7I-73: COE 72-73. PATRICIA BROWN - EPIC Business Slaff 7I-73: EPIC Ediforial Shall, Index Edilor 72-73: Ecology Club 7I-73: Edilo- rial Advisor ol Ilie Scroll 72-73. ALVIN BRYANT - DECA 72-73: Dislricl Rally 7I-72. 4 ABOVE: Rosa Hodges finds her Senior sliirl size wi+Ii +he help of Dennis LeBlanc and Nancy Mayeux. RIGHT: Many meelings are lneld Io discuss imporlanl Senior business. First class to complete ...-ws-...,,, entire four year curriculum 'w renda Ball, Joanne Braden, and Claudia SimoneHi presenr Mrs. Boren wirli a check for 'flue purchase of an ad in flue EPIC. DAPHNE BULLOCK - Junior Volun- reers 69-70: "A" Band 69-73. CHRIS BURNAMAN - Bolfon - Spanislw Club 69-70: Junior Varsify Bas- Icelball 69-70: Proiecrion Sfaff 70-7I7 FAC 69-70. RENE F. BUSH - Bolron - PNA 69- 7Iq ASH - Office Worker 72-731 Ecology Club 72-73: Concerf CI'ioir 72- 73. LOUISE BUTLER CARON CARYLON - YACA: FBLA 72-73, Secretary: Drama Club. DEBORAH CARMOUCHE - Be+a Club 70-7I: Glee Club 7I-72: Junior Volunreers 72-737 Food Service 72-732 Srudenf Council AII. 72-73. Versatility CATHY CARNES - Miss. - Girls Bas- lcelball 69-7l: Y-Teens 69-7l: ASH - Y- Teens 7l-72: GRA 7l-72: DE 72-73. JAMES CARR - "Up llrme Down Slair- oasell Chairman ol l'l'1e TiclcelComn'1il'lee. CYNTHIA CARTWRIGHT - Y-Teens 69- 7l: GRA 7 l -72: Dolplninelles 7 l -72: DECA 72-733 Sludenl Corps Worker 7l- 72: Girlls Glee Club 69-7l, Concerl Clnoir 7I-72. STEVE CATHEY - lzreslnrnan Eoolballp lnleracl Club 69-73, Presiclenl' 72-73. CLEVELAND CHARLES LIZ CHARRIER - Girlls Glee Club 7l- 72, Concerl Clwoir 72-73: FMLA 72-73: FHA 72-73: Library Club 72-73. A hu... Mrs. Anasfasio explains llwe lesson while French IV sludenls lislen allenlively. mark of Seniors MARK CHASTAINE - Concession Club 70-7l: Audio Visual Club 7O-7I: Leo Club 72-73: Civil Defense Club 70-7l: DECA 7I-73. JANICE CHATELAIN RANDY CHAYA - lnleracl Club 70-7l: DECA 72-73: Physical Eilness Award 69- 70: Boys' Slale All. 7l-72. DANNY CHENEY - Peabody - Fool- ball 69-72, Oulslanding Ereshman Player wifh Varsily: Ourslanding Trackman 7l-72: ASH - Foolball 72-73. KATHY CHESTER - Bolton - PNA 70- 7l: Lunchroom Worker 70-72: ASH - Lunchroom Worker 72-73. CHRIS CHIRICOS - Troyelles 69-70: Troyans 70-72, Drum Squad 7l-72: GRA 7l-72: Ecology Club 7l-72: ETA 70-72: French Club 69-73. JAN CLARK - Y-Teens 69-70: Dramalics Club 69-70: Ecology Club 7l-727 HERO 72-73. KAREN CLARK - Sludenl Council Rep- resenlalive 7l-72: DE Club 72-73: Gym- naslics 7l-72: Arl Club Treasurer 7l-73. SYLVlA CLARK - Peabody - Honor Sludenl 69-7l: Sludenl Council 70-7l: Boosfer 69-70: ASH - Usher al Baccalau- reafe 7I-72: Junior Volunleers 7I-73, Trea- surer 72-73: Troyans 72-73: Guidance Worker 72-73. DAVID COATNEY - Spanish Club 69-7l: Track 69-73, Cross Counlry Track 70-73: Leo Club 7l-73, Presidenl 72-73: Who's Who 72-73. DEE COBB - Band 69-73, Jazz Ensemble 7l-731 FMLA 70-72. JANICE COCO - Erench Club 69-733 Ecology Club 7l-73: FSA 72-73. BENNIE COLE - Geography Club 70-7l: DE Club 7l-73: Ecology Club 7l-72. CAROLYN COLE - Y-Teens 69-7l: Sophomore Class Favori+e: Sophomore Class Secrelary: Sludenl Council Repre- senfalive 70-7l: Sludenf Council Presidenl 7l-72. Secrelary 72-73: Royelly Courl 7l- 72: Sludenl' Corps Worker 72-73: Dolphi- nelfes 7l-73. Secrelary 72-73. Synchro- nelle 72-73: Baslcelball Sweelhearl 7l-72: Spanish Club Treasurer 7O-7l: Homecom- ing Courl 72-73: Who's Who 72-73. LEOPOLE COLE - Arl Club Vice-Presi- denl: Na+ional Arr Associalion 7l-72: Bas- lcelball 7I-73. RAMONA COLE - Band 69-73: Lafin Club 69-723 Dolplwineffes 7I-73: Swim Team 69-73, Swim Team Girls Represenl- alive 7I-72: Disfricl Science Fair 7O-7I. TAYLOR COOPER GLENN CORTELLO - Varsify Track 69- 73, All Cenla Track Team 72-73, All Dis- Iricf Track Team 7I-73, Cross Counfry Team 7I-73: lnleracr Club 7O-7I: Sfudenf Council Represenlafive 7l-72. DOUG COURTNEY - Band 69-73, Honor Band 68-73. DOUG COUTEE LARRY CROCKER - Lafin Club 69-7I: Track 7I-73: DECA 72-73. DAVID CRUZ - Track 69-73: Eoolball 69-73, 2 Year Leflermant Wresfling 72-73: FCA 72-73. ROBERT CULBERT DENISE DAMREL - Miss. - Band 69-72, Head Maiorelfe 7I-72: Sfale Clioir 69-703 ASH - FSA 72-73: Band 72-73, Major- Glle Alf. RIGHT: Doug Couri- ney and Mon+y LaMaze play medie- val music Tor' Mrs. O'Quinn's English IV class. OPPOSITE PAGE. LEFT: Donna Jo Wal- I-lard work is evident in Ion puls in many Iwours praclicing for lI"I9 Dolplwinerle waler show. FAR RIGHT: Adri- enne Gremillion pre- pares Tor YiTeen con Terence. L.T.C. performance of all Seniors FRANK DANIEL - Tennis Team 70-737 Swim Team 69-7l7 Junior Classical League 69-701 Lalin Club 69-7l, Larin Convenrion 70-7l: Sophomore Class Vice-President Junior Class Presidenlp Key Club 70-73, Board Member 70-7l, Dislricl Convenlion 7l-73: Sluclenf Council Represenlalive 69- 7l7 EPIC Business Slafl 69-70: EPIC Ediro- rial Slalrlf 69-73, Assislanl Sporls Edilor 69-70, Pliolograpliy Edifor 70-7l. SHARON DAUZAT - Girls Glee Club 7l-72:Concer+Cl1oir 72-73. AlLlON DAVIS - Air Force ROTC 69- 72: "A" Band 69-7l: Civil Air Palrol 7l- 72. HEIDI DENGEL 1 Bollon - Bruinelfes 69-70: Junior Reel Cross Represenfalive 69-70: ASH - Troyans 70-73: Dolplwi- nerles 72-73: French Club 70-73: Ecology Club 72-73. GLENN DERBONNE ETHEL DIXON WILLIE DlXON LYNETTE DOHERTY - Troyelfes 69-701 'lroyans 70-7l: FHA 69-70: Y-Teens 7l-72: Library Club 7l-727 GAA 7l-737 Office Worker 72-73: B l"l l U 69-70: Girlls Glee Club 7l-72, Concerl Clwoir 72-73. CINDY DURHAM - Concerl Clioir 7l- 73T FHA 69-707 B l-ll U 69-70: GRA 7l- 737 'lroyelles 69-70: 'lroyans 70-7l7 Y- 'leens 7l-72. Talented Seniors Contribute CHERYL DUSANG DINEEN DYER - Band 69-737 "Finian's Rainbow" Orchestra: French Club 69-7lg Student Council 72-737 GAA 69-70: Stu- dent Corps Worlcer 7l-73: National Honor Society 7l-737 GRA 7l-73. Secretary 7l- 72, President 72-73: EPIC Business Man- ager 72-73: Pelican Girls' State 7l-727 lunior Volunteers 70-7I. EILEEN ELI - Girls' Glee Club 70-7l: Junior Volunteers: HERO. WAYNE ELKINS - Band 69-73. Jazz Band 72-73: Swim Team 72-737 Ecology Club. GREG ELLINGTON - Swim Team 69-73: Freshman Football. GEORGIE ERWIN - GRA 7l-73: Boost- ers 69-707 Student Council Alt.: Y-Teens 70-7l: Ottice Worker 7l-73. 4 ff: 'Q 452 W. 'Theresa Savoy, senior French Club member lights a symbolic candle during club initiation KENNETH EVANS - Peabody - Track 69-70: Bolron - Track 7O-7I: ASH - Varsify Foo+I::aII 7I-73: Track 72-73. GEORGE FERGUSON CHARLOTTE FOMBY - Troyeffes 69-707 Troyans 70-73, Drum Squad 7I-72, Squad Leader 72-73: Speech CIUID 69-701 Fresh- man GirI's Choir, Girls Glee Club 70-717 Treasury Worker 72-73: Y-Teens 69-72, Vice-Presidenf 70-7 I , Presidenf 7 I -72, Mid-Soufh DeIegaIe 69-72. LYNN FOSTER - Freshman GirI's Choir, Concerr Choir 7O-72, Alexandrians 7I-72: FMLA 7I-72. KEITH FOX - Foo'rbaII 69-737 Baske+baII 69-73: Track 69-701 Baseball 70-7I: Band 69-73: S+uden+ CounciI AII. 69-70: Junior Red Cross AII. 7O-7I. RICHARD FRANKLIN - Freshman Track Team. PHILLIP FUSELIER - Freshman Foo'rbaII: Inferacf 7I-723 Sfageband 69-72, "A" Band 69-727 FMLA 7l-73: BI I-II U 70-72, Vice-Presidenf 70-7I, PresidenT 7I-72. ANITA FUTRELL - FBLA 70-737 FI-IA 70-7I: COE 72-73, DIANNA GAGNON - Bolforw - Brui- ne++es 69-70: ASI-I - Gymnasrics -Team 70-727 GRA 7I-72: DE 72-73: Y-Teens 7I- 72. ANN GASPAR - lroyelles 69-707 Frenclw Club 69-73: Geography 69-702 Honor Roll 69-73: Narional Honor Sociery 72-73: NEDT Aclwievemenl Award 70-7lt lroyans 70-73, Drum Squad 72-73: Ecol- ogy Club 72-73: Eurure Vorers 72-737 FTA 7I-72. Rresidenf 7l-727 Laiin Club 7I-73. Eirsr Place Lalin Conyenlion: Dislricf Rally 7I-727 GRA 72-73. RICKY GASPARD - Concerl Clwoir 69- 72. Alexandrians 69-72: Junior Volunleers 70 72. SHERYL ANN GASPARD - EHA 69-70. GRA 70-72: Ecology Club 72-73: 4-H 69- 737 lroyeiiez 69-70' DE 72-73. LEONA GIRTLEY - ETA. Rresidenr 69- 707 Ccincerr Clnoir 69-737 FHA 70-727 Slu- denr Council Represeniarive 70-72' BETA Club 7l-72' CCE 72-73. BILL GLOVER - Eoolball 70-73? lraclr 69-70 72-73' EEA 69-7I: ECA 7l-727 Debale Club 7l-72. KAY GOODWIN LINDA GORRELL - Peabody 1 Oueen 69-70: Booslerr, 70-7l' ASH - Troyans 7l-72' HERO. CYNTHIA GRAHAM - Y-Teens' Slu- denl Council All. 2 Years: Gymnasrics learn' Geograplny Club' GRA: lroyeffes 69-70' Ere-,liman Girls Clioir: Key Club Calendar Girl 72-73. MARTHA GRAY - Srudenl Council Alr. 69-70. Sludenl Council Represenlaliye 70- 7l' Bruinefrea 69-70' Booslers 70-7I: Troy- ans 7I-72: Erencln Honor Sociely 7O-7l- Ecology Club 72-73' Y-Teens 70-73. Ivlid- Soulb Delegare 7l-72. MELVIN GRAY SUSAN GRAY - Y-Teens 70-73. Presi- denl 70-7l. Service Clnairman 7l-72 Girl Program Director ol Srale 72-73: Srudenr Council Represenlaliye 70-737 lroyeiies 69-707 lroyang 70-73. Squad Leader 7I- 72 Rrezidenl 72-737 Nalional Honor Soci- eiy. Secrelary 72-737 Girls' Siale Alr. 72- 73' Erencli Club 70-73, Rresidenl 72-737 Arr Club. Public Relalions 72-73' Basker- ball Courr 72-73' Homecoming Courf 72- 737 Key Club Calendar Girl 72-737 Wnois Wno 72-73. JERRY GREEN - Srudenr Council Repre- senrariye 69 70' Honor Srudenl 69-7l: Rel- ican Boys Slale Delegale 71-72:Band. ADRIENNE GREMILLION - Y-Teens 7l- 73. Vice-Rresidenr 7l-72' Dolpliinerles 7I- 72' Air Club 72-73. LESLIE GUILLORY - FBLA 70-73: GRA 7l-72: FSA 7I-73: COE 72-73. DENISE GUILLOT - Eresliman Girls Clioirt Girls Giee 70-7I: Dolpnine-Hes 69- 7i Synf:lironer'e 7I-72: Y-Teens 69-72: GRA 69 72. Original Trojans I i prepare to graduate LINDA GUILLOT - Honor Band 69-7l, Maiorelle 7l-73, Band Council, Junior Represenlaliyet FHA 72-73. THOMAS HALBERT - Bolfon - Band 7O-7I: ASH - Band 72-73: Pelican Boys' Slale Alf. 7l-727 lvlerils Wbo's Wbo Among Oulsfandinq American Youllws. DAVID HALL - Sruclenf Council Repre- senrafive 69-7l: Eresliman Eoolballp DE 7I- 73. Vice-Presidenf 7I-72, Presidenl 72-73? Ecology Club 72-73. KATHRYN HANN - Ind. 7 Pep Club: Erencli Club' Senior Class Edilor of Year- boolc: Nalional Honor Sociefyt ASH - EHA: Ar'r Club: Nalional Honor Sociefy. BECKY HANSCOM WAYNE HARPER - Varsily Eoorball 7I- 72: ECA 7l-727 lnleracl 7O-7I7 Srudenr Council Represenrarive 7I-721 Track 7I- 72. LEFT: Ann Gaspar, Ka+hy Hann and Frances Huffman discuss coming Honor Sociely eyenls. ABOVE: Carolyn Cole happily displays ber Cenla Business and Professional Women's Award. KATHY HATHORN - French Honor Sociely 69-7Ig S+uden+ Council Represenf- alive 69-7I, Sludenl Council Alf. 70-7I: Y-Teens 70-72, Chaplain 7l-72: GRA 7l- 73: FSA 72-73: Guidance Worker 72-73. SHERRIE HAYEN - GRA 69-7I: Healfh Careers Club 7I-72: FHA 72-73. KAREN HENDERSON - GRA 69-70: Junior Volunfeers 70-7l: Dolphine+l'es 69- 70: EPIC Business Slaff 7l-72: FHA 69-70: Troyelfes 69-70: Troyans 70-7I: Office Worlcer 72-73: FMLA 72-73: Y-Teens 7l- 72: Concerl Choir 72-73: Thespians 72-73, Dramalic Club 69-72, CasT: "Up The Down Slaircasef' Slage Manager for "Finian's Rainbow." JULIE HENRIKSEN - Scroll 72-73: Ecol- ogy Club 72-73. ROBERT HERNANDEZ - Junior Red Cross 69-7I: DECA 72-73. CHARLIE HICKMAN - Freshman Fool- ball: Varsiiy Foofball 7O-73: Freshman Bas- lcefball: Inleracl Club 7I-73. JANET HICKMAN - Gymnasfics Team 7I-72: Guidance Worker 7I-72: Troye++es 69-702 B HI U 69-70, 7I-73: FBLA 72-73: COE 72-73. DICK HIGDON MARY A. HILL - Troye++es 69-70: GRA 69-73: French Honor Sociely 72-73: Debafe 72-73: Thespians 72-73: Ecology Club 7I-72: Troyans 70-7I: FHA 69-70: Y- Teens 69-7I. 4 Big years - 1969-1973 CATHEY HINTON - Y-Teens 7I-72: GRA 7I-72: FSA 71-73: COE 72-73: FBLA 72-73. ROSA HODGES - FHA 7O-7I. DAVE HUBBELL - Junior Varsify Foolball 70-72: Varsiry Foolball 72-73: lnleracf Club 7l-73: FCA 7l-73: Sfudenl' Council Represenlalive 69-7l. BILL HUFFMAN - Band 69-70: ln+erac+ Club 7l-73. FRANCES HUFFMAN - Freshman Class Favorile: Troyerres 69-70: Srudenr Council Represenrarive 69-72: Key Club Calendar Girl 70-7I: Lalin Club 69-72, Vice-Presi- dent Sfafe Larin Club Convenlion 69-70: Honor Roll 69-70: FMLA: Glee Club Accompanisl 69-70, Concerl' Choir 72-73: Y-Teens 70-7I : Junior Class Treasurer: Nalional Honor Sociely, Vice-Presidenl 72-73: Graduafion Usher 7l-72: Srudenl Corps Worker 72-73: Girls' Slale Dele- gafe 72-73, Senalor: Who's Who 72-73. JIMMY HUGHES - Miss. - Bancl 68-69: Track 68-69. Senior foo+ball players Charlie Hickman, Thomas Norman, and S+eve Lionberger show off a cake made for +he +eam by The Senior girls. TOP: Sfudenf Insfrucfor PauIa Bindursky. TOP RIGHT: S+ude-nf Band Direcfor Norman Rax. ABOVE: Head cheerleader Linda Mar+in. RIGHT: Associa+e Edi+or-in-Chief of +I'me EPIC. Mickey Riche. Carrying high he torch TOP: Presiderd Susan Gray leads Troyans during games LEFT: Senior Class President S+an Ber+heaud. ABOVE: Troian Mascof Daryll Albrigl'1+. RICHARD HUMPHRIES - Junior Varsiiy Baslcelball 70-7I: Golf Team 70-73: Key Club 70-73, Vice-Presideni 7I-72. HELEN JACKSON - Sfudenf Council All. 70-7I: GRA 70-71. KATHY JACKSON - Spanish Club 69- 707 FTA 69-723 Hislorian 7l-727 FSA 7l- 73: COE 72-73: Third Place Science Fair 69-70: Honor Roll 69-73: NSU Scholaslic Achievemen+ Rally 7l-72: NEDT Achieve- menl Award 70-7l7 FBLA 72-73. TERRY JACKSON - Troyeiles 69-707 Troyans 70-73: GRA 7l-73: French Club 69-732 l3 l'll U 69-70: FTA 7I-72: FSA 7l- 73. KENNETH JEANSONNE - Swim Team 69-72: DE 72-73: DECA 72-73. GREG JETER - lnleraci 7l-73: DE 72-73: DECA 72-73. -'lm NWT" ' Seniors make Homecoming . ........,. .3 sw we y if Tiger King looks much dis+ressed as she rides +he Senior floai in ihe Homecoming Parade. festivities successful LEFT: Members of The Senior Class per- form a pep rally skil. ABOVE: Working on +he floal is, perhaps. as much Tun as The parade ilselli. DARYL JOHNSON - Baskelball 69-701 Track 69-72. All Dislricl Track Team 70-7l, Cross Counlry Championship Team 7I-72. ISREAL JOHNSON KATHI JOHNSON - Girls Glee Club 70-7l, Concerf Choir 72-73: FSA 7l-72. ED JONES - Library Club 69-70: Sfudeni Council Represenlalive 69-70: Baskelball 69-72, Lellered in Baskelball 7I-72. QUINTIN JORDON - Perfeci Allend- ancey Science Award 69-70. JOHN JOYNER - Freshman Track Team: Varsily Track Team 70-73, 2 Year Lelfer- man, All Dislricl Track Team 70-7l, Cross Counfry Team 70-73: Junior Varsily Bas- kerball 70-7l: Leo Club 72-73. Q1 v X- Q. QM Q 32. if Senior girls imifafe Senior Ioo+ball players in a skil for Ihe Bollon pep rally. JEFF KEEFE - Menard - Sfudenl Coun- cil Represenlarive 69-71: Canleen Man- ager 69-7I: Foolball 69-70: Backslage Crew for "Flower Drum Song" 70-7l: Key Club 70-7I: Choir 70-727 Casfz "CarniyalI' 7I-72: Mos+ Improved Chorale Sfudenl 7l-72: Mas+er of Ceremonies for Gradualion 7l-72: ASI-I - Concerl Choir 72-73. GARY KEEL CYNTHIA KELLEY - Bolfon - 69-70: PNA 69-7I. Secrefary 70-71: Guidance Qfficer Worker 70-7I: Sfudenl Council AH. 69-703 Junior Red Cross All. 69-70: Cheerinq Boosiers 70-7I: ASH - FSA 72-73: COE 72-73. DEBRA KESSLER ELEANOR KING - La+in Club 69-73: Troyefles 69-70: GRA 69-73: Sludenl Council Represenlafiye 69-7I, 72-73: FMLA 7l-73: Concerl Choir 7I-73: EPIC Business 7l-72: EPIC Ediforial Slali 7l-73, Associale'Copy Edilor 7I-72, Organiza- Iions Ediior 72-73: Y-Teens 7I-72: Ecology Club 7l-72: Cash Mllinianis Rainbow" 7I- 72. LINDA KING - Y-Teens 69-70: Dolphi- neffes 69-737 GRA 7l-73: Sludenl' Corps Worlcer 7I-72: FHA 72-73. ROSLYN ANNE KING - Junior Volun- ieers 70-7l: Troyelies 69-70: FSA 72-73. BILLY KNAPP - Menard - Mascoi 70- 727 Choir. WAYNE LACOMBE - Geography Club 68-69. Senior spirit never dies CAROLYN LACOUR - French Club 69- 73: Geography Club 69-70: GRA 69-73: Troyans 72-73: Office Worlcer 72-73: Library Club Worlcer 70-7l: Baccalaureale Usher 7I-72. FRANK LAIN - Choir 69-70. GABRIELLE LAMARCHE - Nalional Junior Honor Sociery 69-70: Pep Club 69- 70: French Club 70-73: Thespians 70-7l: Nafional Honor Sociely 70-7l. MONTY LAMAZE - Band 69-73. Jazz Ensemble 69-73: Key Club 69-73, Presi- denl 72-73: Swim Team 70-73: Ecology Club 7I-73. CHARLES LASSEIGNE LORETTA LAVALAIS - Ecology Club 7l-73. RONALD LEARY - Varsily Foolball 69- 70: Sludenl Council Represenlaliye 72-73: Junior Varsiry Baslcelball 7l-72: Honor Roll 69-70. DENNIS LEBLANC - Swim Team 69-73. STEPHANIE LEMOINE - Junior Reel Cross 69-70: DE 72-73. GERI LEWIS - 4-I-l Club 69-73. CHERYL LIBERTO - Bolron - Boosrers, Squad Leader 70-7l: 4-H Vice-Presidenl 7l-72: Civil Defense Corps 7I-72: Chorale 7l-72: French Club 7I-72: Chorus 70-72: Ollice Worker 7l-72: ASH - Concerl Choir 72-73, Alexanclrians 72-73. CHARLIE LIMING - Varsily Baslcelball 7I-73: Varsily Track 7I-73: Junior Varsily Baslcelball 70-7I: Leo Club 7l-73, Vice- Presidenl 72-73: Sludenl Council Repre- senlarive 72-73. STEVE LIONBERGER - Foolball 69-73: 2 Year Leflerman: Wreslling 69-70: Traclc 69-72: Band 69-70: lnleracl 70-73, Trea- surer 72-73. ROSS LOEFFLER - lnleracl: Freshman Baslcefball. TRACY LOLAN ROBERT LOWREY - Geography Club Treasurer 69-70: Lalin Club 69-72, Vice- Presidenf 7l-72: Leo Club 69-73. Treasurer 7I-73: Thespians 72-73: Na+ional Honor Sociefy Treasurer 72-73: Dislricl Rally 70- 72, Third Place in Geomefry 70-7I, Excel- lenl in Chemislry 7I-72: Norlrheasl Speech Tournamenf 7I-72: Senior Class Treasurer: Srudenr Council Represenraliye 69-73: Who's Who 72-73: Golf Team 7I-72: EPIC Ediforial Sfafli, Sporfs Edilor 72-73. JACK MALONE - FMLA 72-73: Chorus 69-73: Traclc 69-7I: Freshman Foolrballt FCA 70-73: lnleracl Club 7I-73, Vice- Presidenr 72-73. DONALD MANUEL - French Club Ser- geanl ar Arms 7I-72. BRENDA MARTIN - Rusron - Pep Squad 69-7I: Honors Club 70-7l: Library Club 69-7l: Safely Club 69-7I: ASH - Troyans 7l-73: GRA 7l-73: Lilerary Rally 70-7I: Represenrarive To Folk Dance Fes'ri- val 7l-72. LISA MARTIN - Troyerre Squad Leader 69-70: Y-Teens 69-70: French Club 69-73: GRA 69-7l: B HI U 69-7I: Sludenf Coun- cil Represenfalive 69-70, 7I-72:"Alexandri- ans 7I-73, Secrelary 7I-72. Concerl Choir Vice-Presidenf 72-73: FMLA 7l-73: Cam- pus Crusade For Chrisl 72-73. LYNDA MARTIN - GRA 69-7I: Gym- nasfics 69-72: French Club 69-72: Troy- effes 69-70: Cheerleader 70-73: Royally Courf 7I-72: Bl HI U 7l-72: Alexandrians 7I-73: Concerr Choir 70-73: Key Club Calendar Girl 7I-72: FMLA 7I-73: Cas+ "Finianls Rainbow" 7I-72. CATHERINE MATTHEWS - Peabody - FNA 69-70: Y-Teens 69-7l, Vice-Presidenf 70-7I: Sophomore Class Chaplain: Boosl- ers 70-7I: Dance Line: Sludenf Council Represenlaliye 70-7I: ASH - Troyans 72- 73. RICK MAYER - Spanish Club Treasurer 70-7I: Cross Counlry Traclc Team 70-73: Junior Volunreers 7I-72: Ecology Club 70- 73. NANCY MAYEAUX - Menard - Boosf- ers 69-70: ASH - Ecology Club 72-73: GRA 7l-73: Y-Teens 7l-735 FHA 72-73. RIGHT: Rory Alexander dressed for rub- ber band warfare. FAR RIGHT: The Senior Class spiril' chain wins rhe link conresf much To Ihe delighf of all Seniors. JULIA McALLISTER CHARLES McBRIDE - Key Club 70-7I: Lafin Club 69-7l: Honor Sociely 72-73: Band 69-73, Band Council 69-72, Jazz Ensemble 69-72: Who's Wlwo. BRENT McCONELL DARLENE MCCULLOUGH - Bollon Q GAA 69-7l: GRA 7l-73: Sludenl Council All. 69-70: Dramafics Club 69-7l: Y-Teens 69-72: 4-I-I Secrelary 70-7l: Sludenl Council Represenlalive 70-7I: Booslers 70-7I: Concerl Clwoir 70-7l: ASH - Office Worker 72-73: Sludenl Corps Worker 72-73. MIKE MCGAUGH - Freshman Izoofballq Sludenl Council All. 7I-72. 72-73: Varsily Foolball 70-73, Lellered 72-73: FCA Olli- cer 7I-72: 'I'ra'cl4 Team 7l-72: Inferacl' 72- 73. MIKE McLIN - Inleracl Club: Physical Fifness Award 70-7l: DECA 7l-73. GARY MCNEAL - Bollon - Junior Red Cross 70-7l: ASH - Key Club 7l-73: Alexandrians 72-73. DAVIDA MCNUTT - Swim Team 7l-73. KATHY METOYER - HERO 72-73: GRA 7I-72. BRUCE MICHIELS MICHELLE MIKESELL - HERO 72-73. CHRISTY MILLER - 'lroyelles Squad Leader 69-70: 'lroyans 70-7I: All. Cheer- leader 70-7l: Cheerleader 7l-72: Gym- naslics Team 70-73: Sophomore Class Treasurer: French Club 72-73: lhespians 72-73: Royally Courl 7I-72: Key Club Calendar Girl 7I-72: Sludenl Corps Worker 72-73. JOHN MINTON - Band 69-72: DECA 72-73: Bolron - Dramalics Club 69-70. MICHAEL MIXON - Foolball 69-7l: Leo Club 69-73: Sludenl Council Repre- senlaliye 69-7l: Sophomore Class Presi- denl: Sophomore Class Favorile: World Walchers Vice-Presidenf 70-7l. DEBRA MONK GINGER MOORE - Choir 70-73. Alex- andrians 7l-73. Vice-Presidenl 7I-72, Pres- idenl 72-73: FMLA 69-73: Troyefres Squad Leader 69-70: Troyans 7l-72: Cheerleader 72-73, All. Cheerleader 7l- 72: Spanish Club 72-73, Spanish Eeslival 7l-72: All Dislricl Honorary Choir 7l-72: Rally 7l-72: Geography Club Presidenf 69-70: Y-Teens 69-70, ICC: GRA 69-72: Secrerary 70-7I, Junior Represenlariye 7l-72: Honor Rall 69-73: Sludenl Council 69-73. Represenlaliye 69-70, 72-73, All. 7I-72: Key Club Calendar Girl 70-73: Dolphinerles 70-72: Royally Courr 7I-72: Homecoming Courr 7I-72, Queen 72-73: Gymnaslics 70-72: Casr: "Finian's Rain- bowii 7l-72. PAULETTE IRENE MOORE - Fl-IA 72- 73: FSA 7l-73. GALE MORROW - l-IERO 72-73. KATHI MUEHL - PNA 69-72, Vice-Pres? denl 70-7l, Presidenl 7l-72: GRA 70-72: Sludenl Corps Worker 7l-72: DECA 72- 73. CARSON NARDINI - Freshman Basekel- ball: lnleracl Club: Concerf Choir. JOE NARDINI - Leo Club 72-73: Fresh- man Foolball: Freshman Baskelball 69-70. Varsify Baskelball 70-73. ANDREW NEAL - Freshman Track Team 69-7I. BARRY N. NEAL - Concerf Choir 69-73. FMLA 72-73. KAREN NECK - FHA 69-70: GRA 7l- 72: DECA 72-73: Office Worker 7I-72: Y- leens 7I-72: l'roye'r'res 69-70. Wide scope of interests r fx fl? 53 Q ar 3 I 511 ik exhibited by Seniors .fr I , , 1,71-i 1-I - , 97 i -at I I 5 r"1--Q-,..,.,.,,,,. .H 'V 1 ' -J' - ii, V no ., , ,. ,, ,,kf- , , .,,-,ini-yi:-, f' wie- MW X A eeii or ii,i i7'iE'ffz:fr- we THOMAS NORMAN - Bolron - Key CIub 69-7I: Varsiiy EooIbaII 7O-7I: Siu- deni CounciI 70-7I: ASH 3 Inferaci 7I- 72: Key Ciub 72-73: Varsify EooJrboII I.eI- ferman 7I-73' Siudeni CounciI Represeni- afiye 72-73: Sfudenf CounciI Vice-Fresh den? 7I-72: Honor Socieiy 7I-73: Junior Class Eayoriie. KAREN NORMAND - Boosrers 70-7If Dramafies CIub 70-7I: ESA 72-73, Trea- surer: Siudeni Corps Worker 72-732 Qiiice Woi-ker. SHARON o'aRiEN - Band 69-nf new CIuIJ 69-737 Y-Teens 7I-72? Swim Team 6973- EcoIogy Club 72-73: FLTA 72-73: Prayer Group 7I-73. DOTTY O'BRYAN - Erencii CIub 69-73. Program Chairman 7I-73: AIexandrian5 7l-73. Conceri Cnoir Secreiary 72-737 EPIC Ediiorial Sraii Associeie Eeaiures Editor 7O-7l: Srudeni CounciI AII. 72-737 Disfrici II Honor Clwoir, Governors Honor Choir 7I-72. ALAN ORR - Freshman Eoo+IoaIIf Eurure Voiers 7I-72: Casiz '4Einian's Rainbow" B HI U 69-73, Vice-Presideni 7I-72: AIexan- drians 7I-73, Concerr Cnoir 7I-73. Presi- deni 72-737 Disrrici II Honor Cnoir Gov- ernoris Honor CI'ioir 7I-72: FMLA 7l-73. EDDIE PALMER - EcoIoqy CIub 7I-73: Inferacr 7I-73. LEFT: Rene Reid porrrays an Csiriclw in ine wafer SI'iow. ABOVE: Billy Knapp prepares Iiis day for molding in Inis arf class. MONICA PARNELL - PNA 69-7I: Slu- clenf Council 69-70: Boosfer 70-7I: Troy- ans 72-73: Junior Red Cross 69-70: Honor Roll 69-72: Spanisli Club 69-70: Dislricl Rally 7l-72: Excellenl in Clwemislry: GRA 69-70: Junior Volunfeers 7I-72: Y-Teens 69-70. NICK PARRINO - DECA. DEBBIE PAYNE - GRA 7I-73: Concerl Clioir 7l-73: Y-Teens 70-7l: Drama Club 70-7l: PHA 69-70: Troyelfes 69-70: Troy- ans 70-7l: FMLA 72-73: Sludeni Corps Worlcer 72-73: Office Worker 72-73. JUDY PEARSON - Troyan Dance Line 72-73: Office Worker 70-73: GRA 70-7l: Y-Teens 70-72. CHERYL PENNY - Bruinefles 69-70: B HI U 69-7I: Prayer Group 7I-73: GRA 69-70: Sfudenl lnslruclor 70-7l. KAREN PERRY - Troyelles 69-70: Troy- ans 70-72: Troy Dolls 7I-72: Y-Teens 70- 72, Secrelary 7I-72: Sfudenl Council Rep- resenfafiye 69-70, Alf. 70-7l: FHA 69-707 Caslz "Up ine Down Slaircasem 70-7I: 4- I'I 7I-72. STEVE PHILLIPS - Cliess Club 70-7I: Scroll Sfafl 72-73: Plwofograplny Club 70- 7I: YACA 72-73: Junior Varsily and Var- sily Poofball 70-7I. ANDREE FICOU - 'l'roye++es 69-70: Troyans 70-73, Dance Line 72-73: FTA 70- 72, Vice-Presidenl 7l-72: Ecology Club 7I-73: Young Volers 7I-73: Prencln Club 69-73, Hislorian 7l-72. DALE PISCIOTTA - DE 72-73. Synonyms - Seniors ii.: -"fx N. I :X :ff FAR LEFT: Debbie Payne and Carolyn Lacour spend much Time recording +ar- dies for lhe main office. ABOVE: Jeff PiHs prepares books for reslwelving. LEFT: CharloHe Fomby helps Mrs. MOH keep neccessary records. JEFF PITTS - Concerl Choir 7l-73: Alex- andrians 7I-73: Furure Vofers Presidenl 71-72: Dislridr ll Honor Choir 7l-72. KAREN POOLE BETTY POPE - Junior Volunleers 7O-7I: DECA 7l-73: 4-l-l Club 69-707 Troyerres 69-70. RICHARD PORCHE - "A" Band 69-73. L. R. "TY" PROVOSTY Ill EDNA R. QUINNEY - Ecology Club. 69 Seniors store up memories MIKE RABALAIS 7 Leo Club 7I-73: Physical Eilness Award 7l-72. JIM RACHAL 7 Spanish Club 70-72: Narional Honor Sociely. LYNDA RACHAL 7 Peabody 7 Boosrer 69-70' Concerr Choir 69-7l: Biology Club 69-70' ASH 7 Concerl Choir 7l-73: Jun- ior Volunleers 7I-73. NORMAN RAX Ill 7 Srudenl Band Direclor 70-7l' Sludenl Marching Direclor 7I-72' ASH 7- Oulslandinq Jazz Saxo- phone Player in "La, Iechll lSlephen E. Auslin' ano 'Harnrnondl Jazz Eesrivals' All-Slare Band, Rapides Parish Honor Band All-Arnerican Clinic Band lAuslrial: Sludenr Direclor Jazz Ensernbler Key Club Flv1LA:Orches+ra "l:inian's Rainbowf' Oulslanding Jazz Performer. RENE R. REID 7 Dolphinelres 69-73 Syn- cronelles 7l-73: GRA 7l-73, Vice-Presb denl 72-73' French Club 7l-73: Iroyans 70-72' Troyelles 69-70: Srudenr Council RE?Dl'ESSV7lril'l'.f9 70-7l Alr. 72-73. Honor Sociery 72-73: Ecology Club 7l-73' Y- Ieens 7l-73. EM REYNOLDS 7 Ecology Club 7I-73. Presidenr 72-73. DAVID RHODES 7 Junior Narional Honor Soeieri, 69-70' Eoolball 69-7l: Track 69-70, 7I-73: Cross Counlry Track 7l-73, All Drsrricl 7I-73, All Cenla Iraclc Team 7I-73 2 Year Lellerrnan: Spanish Club 7l-72' Chess Club 7l-72: Sludenl Council Represenrariye 70-7l' Sludenl Council Presidenl 72-73: Key Club 7I-737 Narional Honor Sociely 72-73: Disrricf Rall-y Erie-llenl in Chenwisrry 7l-72: Whois Who 72-73. , MICKEY RICHE 7 Y-Teens 69-70: EHA 69-70' Dolphinelles 69-70: lroyans 70-72: FMLA 72-73' Concerl Choir 72-73: EPIC Edilorial Srall 70-73 Associate Freshman Class Edilor 70-7l, Acliyiries Edifor 7l-72 Assislanf Edilor-in-Chief 72-73. REBA RICHEY 7 Bolron 7 Bruinelles 69- 70' GRA 70-7l' Booslers 70-7l' Erench Club 70-7l: Bruin Business Srall 69-7l: ASH 7 GRA 7l-73' Ecology Club 72-73. DOROTHY ROBERSON 7 Bolron 7 Honor Roll 69-70: Concerl Choir 69-70: Sludenl Council 70-7l: ENA 70-7l: ASH 7 Concerf Choir 7l-72. WANDA ROBICHAUX 7 FSA 7I-73: COE 72-735 FBLA 72-73. RICHARD ROBINETT NANCY LYNNE ROBINSON 7 Troyelles 69-70: EPIC Business Slall 69-70: GRA 69- 70' Cenlurions 69-7l: Library Club 69-70: Honor Roll 69-70- Y-Teens 69-72: Disrricr Rally, Superior in Algebra II 7l-72: FSA 72-73' Ecology Club 72-73. BRENDA ROGERS 7 HA" Band 69-73: World Walchers 69-7I' B Hl U 69-7l. JOHN RUBIN 7 Chess Club Treasurer Scroll Edilorial Advisor 7I-72. -19' Tommy Sfovall and Kafhy Voigl' are only Jrwo ol many parllcipenls in Tlmespian Do-Nur l sale. DALE RUSK - DECA. MARY SAMSON - Bollon Bruinefles 69- 70: GAA 69-7I: Sludenl Council Repre- senfafiye 6970: El-lA 69-7I: Girls Glee Club Secrelary 69-707 Clwoir 70-7l: Drav malice Club 69-7I: ASH - GRA 7I'72: Concerf Clwolr 7l-737 EPIC Buslness Shall 7l-73: Crymnasllcs Team 71-72: Eulure Volers Club 7l-73: FMLA 72-73: FBLA 72-733 COE 72-73. MICHAEL SANDERS TERRY SANFORD - Girls Glee Club 69-70, Concerf Clwolr 7Of7I: GAA 70-7lt Sludenl Corps Worlcer 70-7I: Eulure Vol- ers Club 7I-73. Vice-Presidenf 7l-72. Pres- iclenl 7I'72 Secrelary 72-737 Ecology Club 7l-73t llfmespians 72-73: l'Scrlbe'l 72- 73: Misfress of Ceromonles al Earlln Day Rally 7l-72. THERESA SAVCY - Dolpbinelles 69-737 Troy Dolls 72-73 Troyans 70-73: GRA 69- 70: Girls Glee Club 69-70: Troyelfes 69' 70: Sluclenf Councll All. 69-70, Represent allye 70-7l: Scroll 69707 Wbols Who Among American I-llqlw Sclwool Sluderals 7l-72, MAJORIE SCHMIDT - Troyelles 69-70: French Club 7I-73: Ecology Club 7I-72? Eulure Volers 7I-73: FTA 70-7l7 Geogra- plwy Club 70-7l. MIKE SCHRGLL - Leo Club? Eoolball 69-7l7 Track 69. PEARCE SCOTT - FBLA 7I-73 Parllaf menlarlan, WAYNE SEARCY Upperclassmen DIANNE SEWELL MIKE SHAPIRO - Band 69-73: Honor Band 69-73. All Dislricl Band 7I-72: All Srare Orcheslra 7l-72: Jazz Ensemble 69- 73: All American Clinic Band lAusIrial 7I- 72: Sluclenl Band Direclor 7I-73: FMLA Presidenl 72-73. SHAUN SHEEHY - Bollon - Chess Club 69-7I: ASH - Ecology Club 72-737 Ar'r Club Presidenl' 72-73: Whois Who Among American High School Sludenfs 72-73. DORIS SHERMAN - FHA 69-70: FTA 70-7l7 Fufure Volers 7l-72. DONNA SIKES - Maiorelle 69-70. Head Maiorelfe 70-7I, Drum Maiorefle 7l-73. Band Council 69-723 Sludenl Council Rep- resenfalive 69-70: Baslcelball Courl 7l-72: Sludenl Corps Worker 72-73. CLAUDIA SIMONETTI - Troyefles 69- 70: Troyans 70-72: Spanish Club 69-7l7 Ecology Club 7I-73: YACA 7I-73: GRA 7I-73: FTA 70-7I: Qffice Worker 72-737 Y-Teens 69-73. Mid-Soulh Delegale 69-70, Chaplain 70-7l, ICC 7l-72: Sludenl Council All. 7O-7l. Represenlalive 72-73: Whos Who Among American High School Srudenls 72-73. ,..A..aAv. s A I ,o.o1o.o.o I- I Z ,ie 1? If DECEA members Ronnie Williams, Barbara Wilson, and Mike McLin learn how lo use 'rhe new adding machine by wa+ching Mrs. Bea . point t'we way 5-npr' Gwyn ,M DEBBY SIMS - BoIron - FHA 70-7I: ASH - FSA 7l-73: FBLA 72-73, : CATHY SMITH - Spanish CIub 69-7I. DEBBIE SMITH - Troyeffes 69-70: FMLA 70-73: Y-Teens 69-70: Troy DoIIs Capfain 7I-73: SIuden+ Council Represenfarive 70- 7I: Concerf Choir 72-73, GIee CIub 70- 72: DoIpI1ineIIes 72-73. MICHAEL SMITH - DECA 72-73. ROSA SMITH - Library CIub Secrefary 69-70: Boosrers 69-70. ROSALYN SMITH - Concerr Choir 72- 73. Girks GIee Club 70-7I. Treasurer: Junior Volunreers 70-7I: Troyans 72-73. JIMMY SNEAD JEFF SNOW - LaIin CIub 70-7I: Siu- denf Council Represenraiive 70-7It Swim Team 7I-72 Mosf Improved' Inferacf I3InysicaI Fimess Award 7I-72. DON SOILEAU - Sfudenf CounciI Rep- resenfafive 69-70: Soccer 69-70: BasebaII 70-7I: Science CIub 69-70. KAREN STOVALL - GRA 70-73: "AH Band 70-73: Honor Band 70-7I: Whos WI'1o Among American Hiqln ScIiooI Slru- denrs 72-73: Sfudenr Corps Worker: FMLA 72-73. TOMMY STOVALL - Fo6fbaII 70-7I: BaskerbaII 70-7I: Junior Varsny I3askeIbaII 7I-72: Track 69-70: Geography CIub 69- 70: Honor Roll 7I-72: Leo CIub Secrerary '72-73: NaIionaI Honor Sociery Presidenf 72-73: Tbespians Presiderir 72-73: WIwo's WI'1o 72-73. TRISHA STRETCH - Tkmespians 69-7I. Vice-Presideni 70-7I: FTA 70-7l: DECA 7I-73. ZENOBIA STYLES - GRA: FHA: GAA. STEVE SULLIVAN - Freshman Foo+baII: Freshman Baskerballz Track 69-73: Spanish Club 69-7I: VarsiIy Foo+baII 70-73: ScroII 72-73: In+eracI 72-73: FCA Treasurer 7I- 72: Sfudenf CounCiI AII. 72-73: Debare Team 72-73. LINDA SWANSON - Concert Clfioir 69- 73. Alexandrians 7l-73. AII Sfafe Choir 70-7I. Governors Choir 70-7I. Disiricf II Honor Choir 70-7I: Casfz "PaqIiacci" 69- 70, i'BoyTriend,II "RiqoIeIIeI' 70-7I. 'Fini- an's Rainbow! 7I-72. Prayer Group 7l-73: B HI LJ 69-70: Junior VoIunIeers 70-7I, JULIUS C. SWEAZIE - Choir 69-72, BABARA SWINT - FHA 70-7I: French Club 7l-72: FSA 7I-73: FBLA 72-73: COE 72-73. PATTY TALAMBAS - Spanish Club 70- 7I: Y-Teens 70-7l: FTA 7I-72: Junior Vol- unleers 7I-72. The year ends . KARL TASSIN - DECA 7I-73: FCA 70- 72: Baslcelball 70-72: Bollon 7 Trainer Slall 7l-72. JOYCE THOMISEE - French Club 70- 7I: FSA 72-73: FBLA 72-73: COE 72-73, RICHARD THOMPSON - DECA 72-73: 4-l-l 69-70. S 71 :Wav 575 "'7Wf7ZQ gf' -,wx Trying 'ro decide where +o go nexl year, Kafhy Voigf, Lisa Marfin, Suzanne al college caralogs plan for tne future JULIE THRASHER - Maiorelle 69-73: Band 69-73' Y-Teens 69-707 Spanisln Club 69-707 Gymnasiic 'learn 69-707 EPIC Busi- ness Slail 7l-727 FMLA 7l-737 Training Jazz Ensemble 70-72' Ecology Club 72-73' FBLA 72-73' YACA 72-73. RICKY TIDWELL - Larin Club 69-70: Geograon, Club 69-707 Ecology Club 7l- 727 Srudenr Council 69-7l: lnleracl Club 70-72. PATRICIA TULLIS - Bolron 7 Bruin Busi- ness Slail 70-7lT Drarnalics Club 70-7l: Erencli Club 70-7l: Y-Teens 70-7l7 Boosl- ers 70-7l' ASI-I - Y-Teens 7l-727 EPIC Business Srall. Dislricl Sales Manager 72- 73: Treasury Worker 72-73: Arr Club 72- 73. MELODYE TULLOS - Alexandrians 7l- 72. Girls Glee Club 69-70. ConcerICl1oir 70-737 FMLA Secrelary 7l-727 B l-ll U 69- 7Of Prayer Group 7l-72. SUSIE VANN - 'lroyelles Presidenl 69- 7OT GRA 69-70' Y-Teens 69-7l7 Sludenl Council 69-70 All. 7l-737 Erencli Club 70- 72? lroyans 70-72 Squad Leader 7l-727 Dolplwinelles 7I-73, Presidenl 72-737 Gym- nasrics 7l-731 EPIC Edirorial Slail 72-73: Girlsi Slale 72-73. CINDY VAUGHN - EIA7 Food Service. DEBBIE VEAL DEBBIE VELEK KATHY VOIGT - Ereslirnan Clwoir. Girls Glee 70-7l ConcerICl1oir 7l-73, Alexan- drians 72-73' Troyerles 69-70: lroyens 70- 72, Troy Dolls 7I-727 Siudenl Council All. 69-70 l2eioresenlaJriye 7l-737 'lliespians Secrelary 72-737 GRA 7l-72: l-lonor Soci- ely 72-737 Y-Teens 7l-722 Erenclw Club 7l- 73' FMLA 70-73r Casl: 'lllinianls Rainbow. Lead. BOBBY WALDEN - "A" Band 69-73: Arr Club 70-7I: Larin Club 72-73: Soccer Team 69-70: Handball Team 70-7I. CHERYL DENISE WALKER - Peabody - Drill Team 69-70: ASH 4 HERO 72- 73. MARGARET WALKER - Track Award 70-7I: Tennis Award 70-7I. DONNA JC WALTON - FBLA 69-70: FHA 69-70: Guidance Worker 70-7I: Y- Teens 69-72: French Club 70-72: Troyans 70-73: Drum Squad 70-72, Vice-Presidenl 72-73: FSA 72-73: Synchronerles 7I-73, Dolphinerles 70-73, Vice,-President' 72-73: Girlis Siale 7I-72: Who's Who 72-73. JIM WATTS - Science Club 69-70: lvlalh Club 69-7I: Radio Club 69-70: Chess Club 69-73: Key Club 69-73: Larin Club 69-72: Srudenr Council Represenra- 'five 70-7I. All. 69-70: Freshman Basker- ball: FCA 70-7l: Fulure Vorers 70-72: Dis- Iricr Rally, Superior in Algebra 7I-72: Library Club 72-73: Narional lvleril' Semi- Iinalisr 72-73: Boy's Srare Delegare, Elecred Parish Represenlarive 72-73. WILBERT WEEKLY, JR. PAMELA WELCH - F+. Hamilron - Vice Presidenl Srudenl Council 69-70: Bol- Ion - GAA 70-7I: Dramarics Club 70- 7I: 4-H 70-7I: Byrd - Red-cross 70-72: Sluclenl Council 7I-72: ASH-FBLA 7I-72: Arr Club 7I-73, Secrelary 72-73: Ecology Club 72-73: YACA Camp 7I-72: Troy Dolls 72-73, Troyans 72-73. SHARON WELCH - Oak Hill - Boosler 69-70: FHA 69-70: FTA 69-70: ASH - GRA 7I-73: FTA 7I-73: Y-Teens 7I-73: Conceri Choir 7I-72: DECA 72-73. RICKY WHATLEY - Track 69-70, 7I-73: Foorball 69-70. 7I-72. EDDIE WHIDDON - French Club 69-7I: Leo Club 70-7I: Band 7I-72. KEITH WHITE - Freshman Baskelball: Junior Varsiry Baskelball 7I-72: Junior Varsily Track 7I-72: DECA 72-73. EVELYN WIGGINS - Thespians 69-73: Pep Squad, Presiclenr 7I-72: FHA 69-70: Drug Program, Vice-Presidenr 7l-72. CHARLES RONNIE WILLIAMS - DECA 72-73: YACA 7I-73. LARRY WILLIS - Key Club 70-73: S+u- denr Council Represenrarive 72-73. BARBARA WILSON - FHA 69-70: Cnymnasrics 7I-72: DECA 72-73. We are great as we can hifi? be, we are Ser1iOrS '73" , by . NOT PICTURED: TOMMY ADAMS - Foofball 69-733 3 Year Lerfermanq Freshman Foofball. SUSAN DIXON CATHLEEN WILT DREW WOLF - FBLA 7l-72: EPIC Busi ness Sfaff 72-73. KAREN WOOD BARRY WYONT - FOO+baH 69-72: ln+er- 5C+ CIULD 69-7l: Key Club 72-73: Track 69- 521 Fu+ure Vofers Club Vice-Presidem' 72- BEVERLY ZIEGLER - Library Club 70-7I. ROBERT FLYNN - Track 7I-73: Foofball 69-70, 72-73: S+uden+ Council AH. 69-7I. Represent afive 71.72. JANICE IRVING TJAMES JOHNSON ARTEAL JONES OARMEN JONES TONY PAYNE - Geography Club 69-70. 1 junior Class Officers fSea+edJ Kerry Moore, President Susan Murphy, Treasurer: fS'randinqJ Liz Posey, Secrereryq Doug Chenever+, Vice-President umors Ready to puck up the torch KATHY ABSHIRE FRED ADAMS CHARLES ANDERSON ROSALIND ANDERSON EDNA ANTWINE VIRGINIA ARMSTEAD JEAN ARMSTRONG WAYNE ARRINGTON JOHN ASEAR STEVE ATWOOD NEVA BALSER TREY BANKSTON RON BARTOW NANCY BEAVER FELTON BERNARD CLYDE BENNETT RICK BERGERON JANET BERLINGER MIKE BEYERSDORE KARLA BIEHLER STEVE BOLGER JOHNNY BORDELON REBA BOSS LIZ BOTTOM BURNELL BOWIE TOM BRADY CHARLIE BROWN JIMMY BROWN RODNEY BROWN MARILYN BUNDRICK LISA BUSTLE NINA BUTLER TINA CANTERBURY JUDY CAPLAN DARRELL CARMOUCHE JIM CARNES JOHN CARNES KARL CARPENTER CARL CASSEL HERMAN CHANEY MARGARET CHASTAINE EDDIE CHATMAN PAM CHAUDOIR SHARON CHAUDOIR DOUG CHENEVERT BOBBY CHENEY CHARLES CHENEY WILLIAM CHENEY CANDYSS CHURCHWELL RODNEY CLARK RICHARD COATNEY REGINA COLE REGINALD COLE LINDA COLEMAN BEVERLY CONNELLA RHONDA CONWAY LAURIE COOPER NETTIE COUNTEE AUDREY COUTEE PAT COUGHLIN Deciding on . 3 I 5 ii? w I "The Ring" .f ,H .....- KAREN CRUMP MIKE CRUSE SUSAN CRUZ MICHELLE DAIY KATHY DAMICO PATRICIA DANGELO JANET DASKO REGENIA DAVID KAY DAVIS GARDNER DEANE BILL DEARMAN SUZANNE DELRIE ARTHUR DERBONNE PAT DESPINO JAN DEWEES Tom WeIIs and Pa? Coughlin examine sam -. , Ns 'lfiefi I ' ple rings. LEFT: Mr. Beiach explains procedure for ordering rings Io affeniive Iuniors . ,,k,,, X Iaunty juniors DENISE DEZENDORF MARGARET DEZENDORE BRUCE DUCK BRON DURHAM DARA DYER ELLA DAVIS ELLERY ELI WILLIAM EI-ILERS NSF' AMY ECKERT BRIAN DYESS SCOTT EMERY CHARLES ELLINGTON CI-IARLENE EAIRCLOTI-I EDDIE EEAZELL JANET FEAZELL Paula Howe, Jane? FeazeII, Lynn Foley, Dara Dyer, and Ka'I'I'1y Frank express iunior en+I1usiasm. 'enjoy life at ASH W. JTV t A J . . ' . , f ,, A , , . Q I, ' ' -1 1 . If s ' 2' 5,5 2 Doug Cheneverh Greg Smifh, and Bobby Robbins reIax and enioy +I1eir lunch. if fv"i19 if ,.,- N.,-S JANICE FEAZELL MARY FERGUSON KATHY FINNEY DAVID FLEURY LYNN FOLEY EDDIE FORTE KATHY FRANK JOYCE FREEMAN WILLIAM FRENCH LAURIE FRIEFELD JOHN FRIZZELL WANDA GABOUR KEVIN GALLAGER KEITH GALLAGHER MIKE GALLAGHER DERIKE GAMMAGE CHARLOTTE GASPARD ELDEN GASPARD LEAH GATES JAMES GATHRIGHT ANNETTE GIACO MONICA GIBBS VETA GIBSON TERRI GILBERT CANDY GILL BOB GILMORE HATTIE GORDON RICKY GRAHAM EMMET GRAY WILEORD GREEN JAMES GREENBURG BUD GUESS DENNIS GUILLIAMS FRED GUILLORY DEXTER HALL KEVIN HALL PAM HALL DON HAMILTON GERTRUDE HANDLEY MARK HARLAN KAREN HARRIS DEBBIE HAWKINS DEBBIE HAYER CAROL HAYES MARK HENDRICKS Striving forthe -".I' I ultimate goal PATTIE HENRY ANDY HERRIN BILLIE HIRSCH CAROLYN HONOR DONNA HOLT JOHN HOOD PAULA HOWE TOM HOYT SAM HUFEMAN STEVE HUFEMAN MELODY HUNTER DEBRA ISREAL MIKE JAMES JOHNNY JAMESON ANANIS JOHNSON BRENDA JOHNSON JAMES JOHNSON JERRY JOHNSON LESLIE JOHNSON TONY JOHNSON BENARD JONES BILLY JONES CHERYL JONES MARILYN JOSHUA ROBERT KEEVER KEITH KELLY RICHARD KELLY SUSAN KELLY LIONEL KILBOURN JANICE KILE S - I Q x :I '13 ' I me XSQX PaHy Henry and John Carnes hang up Senior 74 signs. MARY KING DAVID KLEINPETER JOHN KOEHLER CRAIG KUBIC GARY LABORDE DANNY LACOUR RICHARD LAWRENCE JULIE LEBLANC MARIA LEMOINE GREG LESTER BEVERLY LEWIS CHARLES LIBERTO CHARLIE LIONBERGER STEVE LITTON LOUISE LOMAX 86 SJ? 00' juniors - Deeply invcnlved SCOTT LONG BENNY LUCUS NANCY LYNCH PAM LYNCH TERESA MAKI RONDA MANGEL DAVID MANGUM LINDA MANN STEVE MARCUM JOE MARZETT PATRICIA MATHEVVIS KAY MAYER PAUL MCARTHUR ANNIE MQBRIDE KENNETH MQCALL GARY McCONNELL MACK McKAY LEANNE MERCER DEBBIE MERLAN DEBBIE MICHIELS GEORGIA MILLER BILL MILLS JULIE MOBLEY BARBARA MOORE KERRY MOORE BOBBY MOREAU DALE MORGAN KATHY MOSELY SUSAN MURPHY PAUL MYERS VICKY MYERS CILE NABOURS STEVEN NICHOLS CINDY NOAKES ANN NORMAN MIKE O'BRIEN BARRY OWEN DIANE PARKER RICHARD PARKER PAT PAUL JAMES PENDELTON JUDY PENN ALBERT PERRY GLENN PFEIEEER LINDA PI-IILLIPS ELLONA PIERCE TI-IERESA PLUNKETT JAMES POMES ADAM PONTHIEU PAT POPE The spirit of 'CF 6 52149: nf: . -,is K RWM 1' 4' 5 K g f . ' L-.f 5351, '- sg xg: L M-Ni X 'NN Liv ,lv 74 comes alive OPPOSITE PAGE LEET: Kay Mayer delivers a speech Io lwer speech class. OPPOSITE PAGE RIGHT: Melody I'Iun+er displays her senioriry over underclassmeri. LEFT: CharloH'e Gas- pard, Beverly Connella, Pa'I'ricia D'AngeIo and Mark Hendricks enioy 'flue good Times ol a homecoming Iloa+. SI-IERYL PORTER LIZ POSEY TIMMY POWELL RODNEY POWELL MARY LEE PRESTRIDGE MARSI-IA PREVOST BILL PRICE GINGER PRICE DAVID PUGI-I LILA PYBURN JIMMY OUINNEY RAY OUINNEY JODY RABALAIS TINA RABALAIS GLENDA RANDALL DON REED RICKEY REED SHIRLEY REED DEBRA REMONT SUSAN RHOAD BRENDA RICHMOND BOBBY ROBBINS GREG ROBERTSON ROBERT ROBERTSON TOMMY ROBICHAUX EARL ROOKS BETSY RUBIN BELINDA RUSSELL JANET RUSSELL CINDY RUTHEREORD BOBBY RYDER WILLIAM SALE CEPHUS SANDERS GENEVA SANDERS TERRY SANDERS MARY SANDIFER DIANA SAVOY KEITH SAYER KEVIN SHACKLEFORD BARBARA SMITH juniors -increasingly fx. ,- . - Q 3 if am' Q, I X I I We I E 422 , R3 I4 confident and aware BOBBY SMITH CONNIE SMITH DAVID SMITH DONNIE SMITH EDDIE SMITH FREDDIE SMITH GLENN SMITH GREG SMITH KAREN SMITH MACK SMITH MAXINE SMITH RITA SMITH ROBERT SMITH SUSAN SMITH STEVE SNOW ANN SOUYRES TERRY STERLE BECKY STEWART JOHN SOILEAU LINDA STREET LYNN STUCKEY KAY SWIMS BRIAN TARVER MIKE TAYLOR RONNIE TEAGUE MIKE TENNIE DAVID TERRY HENRY THIELS JOSEPH THORTON MELONY TIEMANN KENNETH TISCHLER HOUSTON TRACY BURKE TURNER JOYCE VANLANGENDONCK MARY VANLANGENDONCK CINDY VERCHER ANGIE VILLALI DONALD VINCENT TERRY WAONER SHARON WALLACE DEBRA WALLER AUBREY WALKER MIKE WALKER PAM WEEKLY CHARLES WELCH 135 acl! sm. IN , 52' 'E1... NF' ,,, ? s lg w .2 Q f Q fig A L I nmsmammon' nd talents in many areas 6 K ii :fir -.av -, ,, F , A v .iiv E FN M, TERRI WELLS TOM WELLS DALE WHIDDON JOHNNY WHITE JOHN WHITEHEAD MARK WILKERSON BARBARA WILLIAM ELBERT WILLIAMS HENRY WILLIAMS JANICE WILLIAMS MARK WILLIAMS PETE WILLISTON GREG WILSON KENNETH WILSON CALVIN WINBUSH DON WINN DONNY WYNN CHARLOT WYONT VIRGINIA YOUNG KAREN ZACHARY OPPOSITE PAGE LEFT: Diana Savoy spends many hours working lo perfecf a show for lhe game. OPPOSITE PAGE RIGHT: Belsy Rubin helps wilh fhe piclcle sale sponsored by The iunior Y-Teens. LEFT: Displaying a chemis- Try experimenl are iuniors Judy Caplan and Dale Mor- gan. Sophomore Class Gfficers fSea+edj Judy Norfon, Treasurer: Laurie Redmond, President fS+andinqj Nancy Couvillion, Secreraryg Sydnie Kohara, Vice-President :TN f wt ,J 'WK -71 X 1- . 6 'I 9 ' 'WE :i ff ' N gif if 'T V li A Spirited Sophs - Interested - Act '.,', .,L. , ,, ' Lk, , ."1- . , fl? 2 - ,gf i ,Ji . I f 5 , , ive WALTON AGNEW JOHN ALBRIGHT JODY ALEXANDER LUCINDY ALEXANDER DIANE ALLEN TERRY ANDERSON CINDY ANTEE ALBERTHA ANTWINE MICHAEL ANTWINE SUSAN ARMSTRONG PHILBERT BACHMAN DAN LEE BAILEY KEITH BAKIES JOHN STEVE BALL LISA BANKS KEITH BARMORE RODNEY BARNETT CAROL BARNHART GUY BARRIOS CAROL BARTOW JIMMY BAYONNE KATHERINE BAYONNE SILAS BEAUREOARD CHARLES BECK BOB BECK JOY BELL MARY BELLINO EDWARD BENJAMIN JOSEPH BENJAMIN BILLY BENNETT EVELYN BERGER RUTHIE BERNARD STEVE BERTHEAUD WILLIAM BLEDSOE CHARLES BOLLINGER VIVIAN BONNER JOHNNY BORDELON ROBBIN BORDELON SHEREE BOST TIM BOURGEOIS STEPHEN BOUROUE SHARON BOWIE ANTHONY BOWMAN DIANE BOWMAN DOROTHY BOWMAN MIKE BRADAS TRAVIS BRAZIL KAREN BRISCO DONNA BROCATO BARBARA BROUILETTE BRENDA BROWN HERBERT BULHANAN RICKY BURKE ROBERT BURNS KATIE BUTLER SHIRLY BYRD YVONNE BYR-D ADAM CBARMOUCHE FRANCIS CARPENTER BARRY LEE CARTER The library provides Sophomores 3 4 I I with valuable reference materials Kim RicIre'I'+ and Sally Moss sludy hard in Ihe library before school. -m I his ,sf I MARGARET CHAPMAN PHIL CHAUFFEPIED BYRON CHELLETTE ARTHUR CHENEVERT ARLENE CLARK BRENDA CODY TERRY COFFMAN MICHAEL COLE MICHELLE COLE BILLY CONNELLA ALICE COOPER RAX COOPER SANDRA CORTELLO DANIEL COURVILLE NANCY COUVILLION ZI-IAN COUVILLION DON CRAIVIMER CRYSTAL CRAWFORD RUSSELL CROUCI-I MELANIE CRUMP LEILANI CULP JAN DAIY DIANE DAUZAT LINDA DAUZAT JAMES DAVIS WANDA DELONG JOHN DESELLE DAN DIEFENDERFER JENNY DISMAN ISIAI-I DIXON KAREN DONAI-IUE DONNIS DUCOTE I-IAR MON DUNGAN nly one of many A43 QW . is L filkam 093 Jan Dany poses on Sophomore IIoa'r ui... RONALD DUNN LISA EASTERLING AUBRITA EDWARDS ANTHONY ELIAS PATSY ELIE BRENDA ELLINGTON ROBERT ERWIN DODIE EVANS CLIFF FAIRBANKS SUSAN FALCON SHELLEY FAU LK RODNEY FEAZELL MARY FICKLIN CAROLYN FILLETTE PAT FITZSIMMONS LINDA FOMBY SHERRY FORE DOREEN FOSTER TOMMY FOX JOHN FRANCIS STEEN FRANCIS DEBBIE FRANK JOSEPH FRANK JOHN FRANKLIN JEAN FRENCH LAURA FRICK MARK FRIEDRICH DANIEL FUNDERBURK DEBBIE FUOUA THOMAS FUSELIER DON GARRETT CINDI GARROW WILLIE MAE GASTON MORGAN GATES CHESTER GATLIN DELORIS GERMANY AMELIA GIACO BARRY GILLELAND PATRICK GLAZE KAREN GOODWIN AUSTIN GORRELL KIM GRAHAM GARY GRANT SALLY GREENBURG GERALDINE GREEN CHERYL GREMILLION IRIS GREMILLION MARGARET GREMILLION Sophs on their way up f X G ,Q they know they belong . '-eve -Q'-mv -ad I 423' DEBBIE GUIDRY ROBERT OUIDRY SUE GUILLIAMS MARCIE GUILLOT LISA GUIN SUSAN HAASE DONNA HAGAN JAMES HAISE MILTON HAMILTON PAULA HANLEY WILLIE HARP DAVID HARRIS MARY HARRIS ROY HARRIS JAMES HARSTON BOB HARVEY LEE HARWELL MIKE HASSION DEBORAH HASTON PAMELA HATAWAY MICHAEL HATHORN CHRIS HAYNE TAMI HAZARD MARY HERNANDEZ BONNIE HERRIN LINDA HERRIN CHARLES HICKMAN JIMMY HICKMAN CYNTHIA HOLIDAY JOE HOYT PAULA HUDSPETH COLEMAN HUDSON RONNIE HUMPHREY DAVID HUNT WARREN HURTS PENNY HYNSON BECKY JACKSON ANITA JAMES SLYVIA JENKINS CHRIS JOHNSON KIMBER JOHNSON PARTICIA JOHNSON ROBERT JOHNSON SAMMY JOHNSON BRENDA JONES EZRA JONES RONNIE JONES NANCY JOSHUA MARK JUDICE JANET KELLER REBECCA KELLEY STEPHEN KENDRICK WES KENNEDY MIKE KESSLER LYNN KEYS BRENDA KING KRISTINE KLOSSNER SYDNIE KOHARA BRIAN KRUOAR ANN LACOMBE It's g-r-reat 5 I s ? a Q I I 5 I E I E I A .,,.'2,5'wj9.. 4 41 ICH .,,, V , to be a Trojan .r FWHWNE I HIM Ni' 5, .,m. f er in If I L 9 DEBRA LACOMBE AARON LACOUR DIANE LACOUR JOSEPH LACOUR VALERIE LACOUR KAREN LAFLEUR ALVA LAMARCHE PATTI LAMBERT JOSEPH LANDRY DAVID LANINGHAM MIKE LASSEIGN LYNN LATHAM BARRY LEE JOHN LAWS JAMES LEATHERMAN -ff' Faifh Poole, Mary Michiels, Debbie Moore, and Pam Long admire Ilweir Homecoming carnarions. I0 4 KAREN LEE WILLIE LEONARD KATHY LIBERTO SANDRA LIGGINS JANIS LONG PAMELA LONG JOHN LOUVIERS ROBERT LOVELL GEORGE LYONS ROSA MADDEN DAVID MALTEMPI SONDRA MANUEL LEWIS MARLER WILLIAM MARZETT MARILYN MATH ESON ILEEN MATHEWS JOE MATHEWS MARK MATHEWS, KIM MAYER TINA MAYEUX ALICE MQBRIDE KATHLEEN MCCAN DAVID MQCARTY KATHY MCCARTY MELISSA McCARTY BARBARA MQDOWELLS CLYDE MCINTYRE MIKE McKAY MARGARET MCNEAL MICHAEL McNEAL Sophomores enjoy etting involved ,.... fl? X STEVE MQNEAL STEVE MOORE JAMES MELANCON LUCY MERTENS LARRY MICHAEL MARY MICHIELS DEBRA MIKESELL TONY MILLER PATTI MINTON LINDA MITCHELL MICHAEL MINAHAN MICHAEL MONGUE DEBBIE MOORE OLENDA MOORE MICHAEL MOORE 4 :' .-...qw-use-cw-'V - or all flue lension fhal builds up in a day, Soplwomores find a conslruclive oullel. .lnnlnidf-Q-rwr'h-v CHRIS MORRIS WALLY MORRIS SALLYE MOSS WYNONA MOTT CHERYL MURPHY DEBBIE MURPHY JOHN MYKOFF NANNETTE NARDINI CHARLES NEAL GLENN NECK PATTI NEWELL SUSAN NORMAND JUDY NORTON JOHN NOTARI NELWYN NUGENT GLORIA OFFORD CHARLES PACE WILLIAM PACE Sophomores Contribute Judy Nor+on plays Ihe piano for Girls Glee during a rehearsal. I Ito ASH talent pool Ilaren Donahue and Aubrifa Edwards pradice an imporIan+ number for The band. New 1-A7 R 'QF wwf' 'Nm DONNA PARNELL REGINALD PARNELL DERETHA PAUL JEFFERY PAUL RICHARD PAUL RICHARD PEARSON ROBERT PERRINE CHERYL PERRY JAMES PERRY JAMES PERRY JR. LILLIE PERRY MARY PETRE BILLY PICKENS BETTIE PIAZZA ARIC POOLE FAITH POOLE HANK PRATS HENRY OUINNEY DOROTHY RACHAL DANITA RANDALL JOHN REAM LAURIE REDMOND CAROLYN REED JANICE REED DOMINIOUE RESTA JANET REYNOLDS JUDSON REYNOLDS PAT RHODES SHARON RICHARDSON JUDY RICHMOND KIM RICKETT ROGER ALLEN RIPERT MARY ROBBINS CAROLYN ROBERSON PAM ROBICHAUX G-RACIE ROBINSON MIRIAN ROBINSON LAURETTA ROSS CAROLYN ROTHERMEL CAROLYN ROUSSEAU FRANCES RYAN MARTHA SANDERS WILLIAM SANSON MARTHA SAWRIE KIM SCHAUB Sophomores become a part f Trojan spirit Week ini X ff cooIcIes from has secret Troyan wnflw Henry Quin STEPHANIE SCHMIDT ROBERT SCHROLL NATHANIEI. SCOTT VICTOR SCOTT DARLENE SCROGGS DAVID SCROGOS KERRY SEARCY RUBY SEWELL FRANK SHELFO KATHLEEN SHELTON ANNETTE SIMONSEN SUSAN SIMS ARTHUR SMITH CYNTHIA SMITH GEORGE SMITH KARY SMITH KATHY SMITH PATRICK SMITH SHERYL SMITH SIDNEY SMITH SONYA SMITH TOM SMITH STEPHANIE SMYATH PAULA JEAN SNOW BEVERLY STANEIELD TAURUS STANEIELD ELIZABETH STEEL CYNTHIA STEPHENS JACOUELYN STEPHENS CINDY STERLE RHONDA STEWART LOU ANNE STOCKARD DONALD SWEEZER REFEDELL SWEEZER SANDRA SWINT MICHAEL TALAMBAS TERI TARVER VICKI TARVER ANTHONY TATE MICHAEL TATE JAMES THOMPSON THOMAS THORTON KAREN TISCHLER DEBBIE TITMUS JANET TURRENTINE MARY TURRENTINE MIKE TYSON RORY VANDERLICK Sophs - ready t0 find H friend - or be Qne 'YM ff' 0-Ov Q.-.H-V RAY VERCHER MIKE VIDRINE MICHAEL YIVIANO CHERYL WALKER KEITH WALKER MIKE WALKER MORGAN WALKER PATRICIA WALKER TRACEY WALL MICHAEL WALLACE ANDREW WELLS ETTA WESTON BILLIE WHITE CHARLES WHITE EDWARD WHITE JUDY WHITE MATT WILKINSON CAROLYN WILLIAMS EARLINE WILLIAMS GREG WILLIAMS RANDY WILLIAMS CHRIS WILLIS AMANDA WILSON GLENDA WILSON JAMES WILSON BRUCE WILT THERESA WOOD BILL WOODS JOE WOODWARD KAREN YEAGER i Freshman Class Officers fSeaiedi Richard Nunnally, Presidenip Ginger Lee, Secreraryg fSJrandinqi Mona Maliempi, Treasurer: John Pres+ridge, Vice-President ew faces - new ideas DON ADAMS BARBARA ALEXANDER PAUL ALEXANDER WILBERT ALEXANDER SHERYL ALLEN JAMES ANDERSON SADDIE ANDERSON STEPHANIE ANDERSON ELMER ANTWINE GLEN ARMAND MICHAEL ARMAND ARMELL ARMSTEAD JOHNNY ASHLEY JAMES BAIRD KENDALL BAKIES THOMAS BARDWELL DAWN BARKER STEVEN BARMORE DONNA BARNHART GARRY BARNS RICHARD BARRON JOHN BARTOW FRANCIS BAYONNE PAMELA BECK LYNN BELGARD LISA BENNETT MICHELE BERENT JUNE BERRY MICHAEL BINDURSKY PHILLIP BLAKE Ready, Willing and able PAMELA BONNETTE JAMES BORDELON DENISE BOREL JENNIFER BOWERS LUTHER BOWIE BERNARD BOWMAN LEE BRADY JAMES BRANDOW THOMAS BRANDOW MIRIAM BREVELLE SUSAN BROOK CHARLES BROOKS DANIEL BROOKS EVELYN BROWN MIKE C. BROWN MIKE L. BROWN ROSE BROWN RUSSELL BROWN TAMMIE BROWN VINCENT BRYANT VICKI BUNDRICK KATIE BUTLER RITA BUTLER STANLY BUTLER CHARLES BUTTERFIELD ALBERT BYRD CHUCK CAGE GAYLE CALHOUN STEPHEN CAPLAN PATRICIA CARPENTER Angela Richey works diligenfly as librarian helper. A' A r I 'i TAMERA CARRUTH SUSAN CARSTENS DEBBIE CEDEL DIANE CHANEY GARY CHANEY MARGARET CHAPMAN SUE CHASTAINE JODIE CHAUEEEPIED CALVIN CHENEY WANDA CHENEY WILLIAM CHENEY A. J. CHICOLA PAMELA CHURCHWELL JACK CLARK VONCEIL CLARK BOB CLINTON MARTHA COEEEY MIKE COEEMAN RONNIE COLEMAN CHARLES COLLINS Becky Kohara, Troy- eIIe President and Susan Gray, Troyan President IeacII Troy- eI'res a new cI'1eer. MARTIN CONNER MICHAEL CONWAY JENNIFER COTY CAROLYN COUNTEE JOE COUTEE ELAINE CRAVENS LARRY CRICI-ITON CATI-IY CROCKER BARBARA CRUSE RICKY CRUZ VICKIE CULBERT WENDALL CULBERT VERA CURRY TOM CURTIS RAYMOND DAMREL ROSE DAVID ALLEN DAVIS CLAUDE DAVIS KATHY DAY WANDA DELANEY WS .FQ Q' ,S asijzg -I aw- ' .45 xi , N. . ,. ., 5. f 'T a I M . 9,1 L: - A Under-Qlassmen anticipate years to COTTTG ANITA DESALLE LYNNE DEZENDORF MAC DEZENDORF JUNIOR DIFULCO TED DUGGAN LINDA DUNBAR DANA DUNGAN SHARON DUNKLEY KENNETH DUNLAP LAURA DURISON DONNA DYER ARTHUR EASTER SARAH EASTERLING DENESE EDWARDS BARBARA ELI TERESA ELIAS JEWEL ELLIS PATRICIA ELLIS SHIRLEY ELLIS JIMMY ENGELBRACHT RICHARD EVANS CHRIS EWING MIKE FERGUSON WESLEY FERGUSON MAUREEN FINNEY JON FIRMIN TOMMY FITZSIMMONS GERALD FLYNN STEVE FONVILLE MICHAEL FORD RONALD FOREST ANDREW FRANCIS CHRISTINE FRIEDRICH BONNIE ERIEFELD JANE EUNDERBURK BRIAN EUTRELL ANTHONY GAINES BILL GALLOWAY RICHARD GARCIA STEVEN GARREN AGNES GASPER GERTRUDE GATES DOUG GATHRIGHT CYNTHIA GAUTHIER EDDIE GIBSON LESLIE GIBSON STEVEN GILCHRIST TERRY GOIN STEVEN GONZALES DEBRA GOOD WILL GRAHAM NANCY GRASS CATHY GRAY JANSELL GREEN LYNEL GREMILLION PAUL GREMILLION MELLANY GRESHAM WAYLAND GRIFEITH KELLY GUILLIAMS KIM GUILLORY A place 1237 CV N6 .Lib ya .-ff' to begin SANDI GUILLORY GINGER GUINN JEANNE HAISE DONNA HALL GRETA HALL WANDA HALL MYRTLE HAMILTON PATTY HANLEY GLORIA HARDEE ALICE HARRIS BRENDA HARRIS DANNY HARRIS JUDY HARRIS LESLIE HASSELUANDER ROXANNE HAWKINS PAM HENDERSON MARIA HERNANDEZ KAREN HICKS KEITH HILLMAN JERRY HINTON STEVEN HINTON BRUCE HIRSCH EDWARD HOGAN SAMMIE HOLDEN CATHY HOLLAND STEVE HOLMES TAMMIE HOOKS THOMAS HORNER STEPHEN HOSSIER PHYLLIS HOWE BARBARA HUGHES LAURIE HUBBELL RANDY HULL RANDY HUNTER EMILE HURTS REBECCA IRWIN LISA IVY JANICE JACKSON MAURICE JACKSON RALPH JACKSON CYNTHIA JAMES JOEY JAMESON PAM JEANISE ERANK JEANSONNE TERRY JESTER MONA JETER SELITA JETER CHARLIE JOHNSON DONNIE JOHNSON DOUGLAS JOHNSON JERRY JOHNSON JOHNNY JOHNSON RANDAL JOHNSON SHANE JOINER ALLEN JONES EARL JONES LESLIE JONES REOINALD JONES SHARON JONES VICKIE JONES a place at ASH. aw 'N I Aww ELISE JORDON DARRELL JULES IRMA KAY KENNETH KAY BRENDON KELLY CHARLES KELLY MONA KELLY SAMUEL KELLY HAROLD KING IRMA KING LARRY KING JAMES KIRK TOMMY KLOSSNER BECKY KOHARA KEN KOSIK MIKE KOSIK DAVID LABORDE RUSTY LACHNEY JUDITH LACOUR LESLIE LACOUR Mike Conway hangs Ins prize winning posfer MARIAM LACOUR VALERIE LACOUR LISA LAELEUR NINA LAMARCHE BEVERLY LAN DRY TRUDY LEBLANC GINGER LEE THOMAS LEE JOE LIONS LISA LOEFFLER WALTER LONDON JO LONG RANDY LOUNSBERRY MILDRED LOYER ELIZABETH LUALLEN JANICE LYMBERIS PERRY MACALLISTER CHARLENE MAONON STEVE MALONE MONA MALTEMPI SARAH MANUEL Learning the way W -V ., wma I I 1 I , I , Mona Jefer looks on as Susan I .-,. WT? an . 9 ' vw' Ca rsfens endeavors iw new surroundings .--9' Q 9 open Iwer Iocker. DONNA MARTIN SHARON MATH EWS TAMMY MATH EWS GARY MCCARTY KIM McCRAY CARRNELL MCCREA DAVID MQDANIEL DANNY McDOWELL DARLENE McDOWELL JANICE MQLIN KENNETH MQLIN IRMA McNEAL JENNIFER MEREDITH LLOYD MICHIELS DEBBIE MILLER DEBORAH MILLS BRIAN MOORE RAY MOORE ROY LEE MOORE SCOTT MOORE FRANK MORRIS RIGI-IT: Mona Malfempl Richard NunnaIIy, John Pres +rlcIge, and Roberf Erwln cheer Trojans on in I-Iorne coming parade. ROOSEVELT MORRIS BRYANT MORRISON LORNA MOSE DEBRA NEAL ROBIN NETTLES RUSTY NETTLES LENITA NEWTON NELWYN NEWTON MARK NICHOLS BRUCE NOLAN JUDY NORRIS RICHARD NUNNALLY WILLIAM O'SI-IEE SAMMY PALM LARRY PARKER TED PATE KEITI-I PATTON TAMMY PEACH STEVE PEMBLE OLADYS PERKINS un loving Freshmen DAVID PEEIEEER KATHY PHILLIPS BOBBY PICKENS EVONNE PICKENS MARLA PICOU DAN PIERCE DENNIS POPE JOHN PRESTRIDGE VICKIE RAINEY ROBERT RAYFORD CYNTHIA RAX KAROLYN RAX SANDRA RAX HEIDI REAM BRENDA REED DARNELL REED DONALD REED GENE REED KATHY REED LIONELL REED MELVIN REED CAROL RHODES YVONNE RICHEY GLEN RIDGEWAY ROBERT RIDGEWAY MARY RING ROBERT RING LINDA ROBBINS SHERYL ROBERTS CHERYL ROBERTSON CYNTHIA ROBERTSON MAJOR ROBERTSON RUSTY ROBERTSON DONALD ROBICHAUX BENNIE ROBINSON PAULA ROBINSON ROBERT RYAN FOREST ROGERS CATHY ROSHTO SHEILA RUSSELL TERESA RUTHEREORD SHERRY SALMON DONALD SANDERS SHELDON SANDERS JERRY SANDIFER REGINALD SARPY JOHNNY SAVOY ROBIN SCHNEIDER DONALD SCOTT GREGORY SCOTT ROBERT SEMPLE JOHNNY SEWELL JEREMY SHACKLEFORD PAMELA SHERMAN SHERRY SIMON SUSAN SIMS BILL SMITH DONALD SMITH DOROTHY SMITH LAWRENCE SMITH Freshmen learn traditions I TRICIA SMITH ROBERT SMITH SHIRLEY SMITH TERRY SMITH WILLIAM SMITH LARRY SNEAD ROBERT SPARKS RENEE SPARROW ROBERT STAFFORD ROSE STAFFORD RUSSELL STERRETT LEETHA STOKES MARVIN STRACENER CINDY STREET ROBERT STREICH CAROLYN STROTH ER PHILLIP SWEEZER CONSTANCE SWIFT BELINDA SWINT ROBIN SYLVIA PAMELA TATE STEVE TATUM JOSEPH TAYLOR GREG TENNIE ALEONSO THORNTON JEFF TI-IRASI-IER MARK TIEMANN GINGER TILLMAN JIMMY TISI-IER DON TOWNLEY WILLIE TUCKER LUANN ULMANN GINA VILLALI JOE VILLALI RAY VILLEMARETTE VICKIE VODA RUBY VALDAYS PATRICIA VANN LISA VARNADO BARBARA VEAL DALE VEAL LONNIE VEAL TOMMY VERCI-IER WALTER VERCI-IER BECKY VICKNAIR DON WALKER DONALD WALKER JAMES WALKER Freshmen boast I I I I : I I I f Q S I - I 2 I I 1 I m largest Class Vw. inf .-my RICKY WALKER RUSSELL WALLER BEN WALTON GLENDA WARD OLIVER WASHINGTON SUSIE WASHINGTON MARY WATERS MAURYTA WATSON MARY WELLS LORI WERHAN SHERRIE WEST BRENDA WHITE BRUCE WHITE EDNA WHITE JIMMY WHITE RODNEY WHITE SUSAN WHITE TOMMY WHITE WANDA WHITE KATHY WIGGINS NATALIE WILDER CREASIE WILLIAMS LAWRENCE WILLIAMS ROBERT WILLIAMS KEITH WILLIS TERESA WOOD GEORGETTE WOOLEY JOE YOUNG JULIE YOUNG ROSE YOUNG X fl, X if W Q 1 Q M Q is M 23 QV, er .., , 5 gl L: , gym, 'fi ,-M. - -1 ,L A : ag The SPOTLIGHT cafches clubs - +ha+ inle- gral parl of school life +ha+ brings +oge+her 1'hose wi'l'h mul'ual in'l'eres+s. Clubs provide oppor+uni+ies and specific times fo gel' fogeiher wi+h congenial 'Friends and enable Alexandria Senior High School +o beirepre- sen+ed in myriad areas. Thir'l'y-jwo clubs, rang- ing from service and sporfs, ihrough arf and music, +o academic and drama, illus+ra+e +he versa+ili+y of A.S.H.'s s+uden+s. There is "some+hing for everyone," and offen friend- 'ships 'l'ha+ endure for a lifefime are formed. The A.S.H. Club Members - Fun-Loving enough fo enioy fhemselves Dedica+ed enough.+o accomplish +heir purposes STUDENT COUNCIL The most influenfial sfudenf organizafion here af ASH is the Sfudenf Council. lf pro- vides for pupil parficipafion in school affairs, promofes school spirit, and serves as fhe "bridge" between sfudenfs and faculty. The Sfudenf Council sponsored ASH's firsf vic- tory dance, Spirif Week, and puf ouf the all- imporfanf sfudenf direcfory. As in every ofher year, the ICP73 Student Council has done an oufsfanding iob -fulfilling ifs role of providing a forum for discussion af ASH. The first tvvo letters "1 A I ,m aiu. I . N, ,. W 1 ,L ,rss 's1'1 2 I' WM g ABOVE LEFT: Viceepresidenf Ve'Ia Gibson smiles during one of fhe meefings lighfer moments. ABOVE RIGHT: David Rhodes, presidenf, argues a poinf during a council meeting. LEFT Carolyn Cole secrelary, discusses decora+ion plans Of lldOne,, lld0,, for'rl'ie HomecomingIDance. BELOW: Melanie Crump, freasurer, falks abouf money maf- fers. BOTTOM: Mrs. O'Ouinn and council discuss plans for Hue N S+uden'r Direclory. A Q Cf Fm Isl Row: Darrell Albrighl, Jo Ann Braden, Debra Carmouche, David Coalney, Cindy Graham, Eleanor King, Charlie Liming, Rob Lowreyg 2nd Row: Ginger Moore, Claudia Simone1'+i, Shaun Sheehy, all., Susie Vann, all., Larry Willis, Neva Balser, Charlie Brown, al+., Doug Cheneverlq 3rd Row: Karen Crump, Eddie For+e, Kalhy Frank, Pam Hall, Tom Hoyf, Jona+han Koehler, Annie McBride, Kerry Moore, 4+h Row: Liz Posey, Lila Pyburn, Kevin Shaclcleford, Kay Swims, Donnie Wynn, Sharon Bowie, Roberl' Burns, all., Chesler Galling 51h Row: Sue Guilliams, Chris Hayne, Paula Hudspefh, Sydnie Kohara, Ka+hy McCar+y, Clyde Mclnlyre, all., Hank Prals, Janef Reynolds, all: 6th Row: Jeannie Snow, Mary Turrenline, all., Joe Woodard, June Berry, Lu+her Bowie, Vince Bryan+, Drew Francis, Nancy Grass, 7+h Row: Wayland Griffilh, Gail Hasselvander, Lisa Loeffler, S+eve Malone, Mona Mal+empi, Carol Rhodes, Bill Smilh, Tom Vercher. a S 5 ESTUDENT COUNCIL is a vvorkingorganization 7:11111 """ -ll , rs ,4 N ,K TOP: Represenfafives affend a bi-monfhly meefing. ABOVE: Officers place cans of food, colleded by homeroom represenfafives. under rhe Chris+mas free. 135 LEG CLUB-Achievement in the area of service LiTT The mane oT a Leo and Tind a very special TypesoT person, one who already undersTands The need To conTribuTe To The communiTy in which he lives. Underlying The desire To be oT service To The sTudenTs oT ASH and The comrnuniTy oT Alexandria is The sTrong-hearTed deTerminaTion oT Leos To achieve disTincTion in This area. This year, Leos assisTed Their parenT club, Lions, in Their annual sale oT liqhT bulbs To aid Lion's Crip- pled Childrens Camp. RIGHT: OFFICERS: Rob Lowrey, Treasurer: Charlie Liming, Vice-Preside-nT7 David CoaTney, PresidenT: Tommy STovall, Se-creTary. BELOW: IsT Row: Charlie WhiTe, Bud Guess, RusTy Franklin, Wally Morris: 2nd Row: Billy Pace, Mark Harlan, STeve Snow, Hank PraTs, Mark Swanson: 3rd Row: David CoaTney, STeve BerThaud, Gary Keel, Mike Talambas, Doug CheneverT, Mike Schroll, STan BerThaudg 4Th Row: STeve Moore, Darryl Aderhold, John Mykoff, MaTT Wilkin- song 5Th Row: ScoTT Long, Joe Nardini, Rob Lowery, Charlie Liming, Tommy STovall, Mike Rabalais, Aubrey Bolen. ENTURIONS Reflecting the past Formed lo enrich ils members in lhe slucly ol ancienl lileralure, 'rhe Cenlurions, or l.alin Club, allows sludenls ol lhe language lo expand lheir insighl inlo lhe Roman cullure. Members musl be presenlly lalcing Lalin or musl have lwo previous credils in lhe lan- guage. LEFT: OFFICERS: Sonya Smilh, l-lislorianq Karen Zachary, Secrelaryp Jucly Caplan, Presidenr: Morgan Walker, Trea- surer: Bud Guess, Vice-President BELOW: Isl Row: Kim Johnson, Roger Riperl, Craig Kubicg 2nd Row: Pele Willi- sfon, Emmef Gray, Alma Ellinglon, Ann Gaspar, Mark Friedrich, Tommy Klossnerg 3rd Row: Judy Caplan, Bud Guess, Karen Zachary, Morgan Walker, Sonya Smilh. SCRCDLL - TROIAN word for cornrnunicatior Wha+'s new? Who did il? Where did if happen? When? Why? All is answered as ASl"l's own Scroll goes 'ro press and meels ifs monlhly deadline. Informing The sfudenr body keeps a slaff on fhe go along wifh wri+- ing lhe paper and selling lhe ads. This year an unexpecled change of sponsors found Mrs. Monk busily and capably direcling The S Scroll slalf as if covers Jrhe wide range of news Jrhal conslilufes life al Alexandria Sen- ior l-ligh. mem M RIGHT: One of fhe Ediforial Advisors, John Rubin, is busily wrifing an edilorial for fhe upcoming edi+ion o'F fhe Scroll. BELOW: The ofher Ediforial Advisor, Pai' Brown, revises and fypes an ediforial she has wriflen. L L . If- -7 nfl ir' if TA 'XY .1 2 . -"' f' i 4 A i , X 4, qv . ' fi ,ff -, ' , , 'j 1 , X i V fx, V',-:'Z':. 'mf g!! " f fp- C i s 4- 'X-xg, . S i 4.3 f ,,,.f 'Q ,,,:,,,s F517 if ' y 1-- ,f - -sz'-M" so 1, - YQ, 1 C ,,,,.l?... 1- ,c.,. s.c.N.i.c.....n.,,--A W 'TQ s M3539 -J r""" ,fx W '1"'P5'l' 'h ' X 'y " , :ffw 1' fx' .gy 4 , S .e M ' ,,...1e"' A "i A ' fn WNW' MN,-Y 'H+-H-QW-..,.,.,.,.f work on Their arficle for The nexf issue. ABOVE LEFT: Shave ABOVE RIGHT: Brenda Mar+in, Copy Edifor, proofreads an 40 ABOVE: Julie Henrilcson and Pam Alben, Edilors-In-Chief new arlicle, RIGHT: Miss Monk, Sponsor. displays flwis years scrolls. Cf lp? UH KEY CLUB - Leadership and service lniTiaTive marks each member oT The Key Club as he underTakes service proiecTs Tor The school and communiTy. ln TacT, every member musT con- TribuTe TwenTy-Tive hours oT work every nine weeks in order To remain in The club. Sponsored by Kiwanis lnTernaTional, The Key Club sTrives To prepare members Tor responsible ciTizenship. Key Club services This year included ushering aT TooT- ball games and enTering a TloaT in The homecom- ing parade. They again presenTed Their annual Key Club Calendar. :rw- l 3 .4 1 ,1:ssg,,,,.,,.N,wm I I K mx 'f " ' nga i 1 scifi fri -is TOP LEFT: I T R : Leann Mercer, KaThy McCarTy, Calendar girlsg David Rhodes, Ginger Moore, calendar girl: 2nd Row: Chuck S OW Lionberger, Norman Rax, Jerry Green, Rory Vanderlick, Darrell AlbrighT, Billy Jones, 3rd Row: Bob Gilmore, JonaThan Koehler, Dale Morgan Mark Wilkinson, Mike Mongue, Larry Willis, 4Th Row: Charlie Brown, Charles Pace, Fred Adams, Thomas Norman, h d H h ' Gary McNea'l, Carl CasTleg 5Th Row: Charlie Cheney, Tom HoyT, WalTon Agnew, oTh Row: MonTy Lamaze, Ric ar ump ries, Barry WyonT, Bill Price. TOP RIGHT: Jim WaTTs and Tom HoyT usher aT.a TooTball game. ABCVE: OFFICERS. MonTy Lamaze, President Charlie Brown, Vice-PresidenT: Mark Wilkinson, SecreTary: Bill Price, Treasurer. CI-IGIR - Singing at its finest Alexandria Senior High is forfunafe Io have a fruly fine choral deparfmenf which is made up of four groups for maximum sfu- denf parficipafion. Freshman girls' choir con- sisfs exclusively of Qfh grade girls "in frain- ing" for fheir following years af A.S.H. Girls' Glee Club is made up of IO+h, Ilfh, and I2fh grade girls who pracfice fo perform as a complefely female singing ensemble. Con- cerf Choir, which is composed of Clfh, IOfh, Ilfh, and I2fh grade girls and boys, devel- ops a more varied musical program since boys voices are ufilized. Alexandrians is fhe choral group made up of boys and girls who pracfice chiefly fo perform af various func- fions of fhe cify. This year, fhe Alexandrians sang on fhe sfeps of Convenfion Hall before fhe Chrisfmas Parade and appeared on fhe "Efhma Odum" and "Sanfa Claus" TV shows. All of fhe choirs sfrive fo reach fhaf harmonious combinafion of beaufiful .voices which will sfrike a melodious chord in fhe lis- fener's hearf. r lf C C Eff! ' - - I - all X . , ' 1 I i T f , , if 1 v ' -1 f 1-fi ' ' Z I , ,, f ' ' 5 ,Q I I I X . I ' ' QW? Ji TOP RIGHT: CONCERT CHOIR OFFICERS: Isf Row: Lisa Marfin, Vice-Presidenf: Fred Adams, Treasurer: Mike Moore, Librar- ian: ALEXANDRIAN OFFICERS: Ginger Moore, Presidenf: John Hood, Vice-Presidenf: Kafhy Voigf, Secrefary-Treasurer: NOT SHOWN: Alan Orr and Do'I'+y O'Bryan. ABOVE: CONCERT CHOIR: Isf Row: Jo Ann Braden, Leann Mercer, Laurie Friefeld, Kim Chamblin, Kafhy Voigf, Sharon Dau- zaf, Debbie Smifh, Karla Biehler, Monica Gibbs, Frances Huffman, Leona Gir'I'Iey, Marsha Prevosf, Linda Swanson, Ginger Moore, Jud Ca Ian, D H I+, L' d M K h Ab h' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' y p onna o in a ann, af y s Ire, Debbie Payne, Suzanne Afkinson, Rosalyn Smifh, Mickey Riche, 2nd Row. Lisa Marfin, Karen Henderson, Debra Waller, Be'Hy Belvin, Lyneffe Doherfy, Cile Nabours, Melodye Tullos, Linda Rachal, Lynn Fosfer, Susan Smifh, Eleanor King, Cindy Durham, Rene Bush, Dorofhy Roberson, Mary Samson, Cindy Rufherford, Cheryl Liberfo, Paula Bindursky, Liz Charrier, Linda Marfin, Kafhy Frank, Doffy O'Bryan, Kafhy Johnson, Angie Akins, Pam Weekly: 3rd Row: John Laws, Mike Moore, Barry Owen, Charlie Whife, Jimmy Quinney, Gary McNeal, Donnie Winn, Jeff Piffs, Alan Orr, Don Hamilfon, Jeremy Shackleford, Rory Vanderlick, Lynn Kees, Mike Mongue, Bud Albrighf, Scoff Moore: 4fh Row: Greg Tennie, Charlie Brown, Paul MacAr+hur, Barry Neal, Doug Cheneverf, Ricky Gaspard, Gene Sfracner, Darrell Albrighf Jack Malone Fred Adams, Kevin Shackleford, Kevin Hall, Mike O'Brien, John Hood, Tom Brandow, Paul Alexander, Johnny Whi+ia, Arfhur Derbonne, Jeff Keefe. 142 i W Q ' a ' . : :g Q , 3 1 - if gr , ,gr r ,ir was Q 1 - f ,r E 1 l 2? G1 fi 'lg' , Quik TOP: ALEXANDRIANS: Isl Row: Suzanne Alkinson, Charlie Brown, Leann Mercer, Mike Mongue, Jo Ann Braden, Barry Owen, Be++y Belvin, Gary McNeal, Lisa Mar+ing 2nd Row: Kalhy Voig+, Charlie While, Linda Marlin, Ricky Gaspard, Ka+hy Frank, Rory Vanderlick, Paula Bindursky, John Hood, DoHy O'Bryang 3rd Row: Judy Caplan, Jeff Pi'Hs, Lynn Fosler, Darell Albrighl, Cheryl Liberlo, Kevin Hall, Linda Swanson, Fred Adams, Marsha Prevosl, Alan Orr, Lisa Buslle, Mike O'Brien, Ginger Moore. ABOVE: GIRLS' GLEE: Isl Row: Judy Norlon, Melanie Crump, Dodie Evans, Liz BoHoms, Linda Herrin, Bonnie Herrin, Susan Normand, Laurie Redmond, Michelle Cole, Zncl Row: Sharon Bowie, Frances Ryan, Gloria Offord, Brenda Brown, Carolyn FilleHe, Lynn La+ham, Jackie Slephens, LouAnn S'I'ockardg 3rd Row: BeHy Piazza, Vickie Tarver, lleen Ma'Hhews, Fai+h Poole, Mary Michiels, Wynona Mo'H, Jean French, Ellona Pierce. . I TOP LEFT: Mrs. Morrison, Direcfor. TOP RIGHT: Lisa Busfle, Pianisf. ABOVE: 9'rh GRADE CHOIR: lsf Row: Kafhy Gray, Maul rine Finney, Mellany Gresham, Wanda Delaney, Dorofhy Smifh, Angela Richey, Nancy Grass, Kafhy Phillips, Denise Edwards: 2nc Row: Sherry Weaver, Cynfhia Rax, Susan Sims, Jane Funclerburlr, Vickie Jones, Jo Long, Laurie Werlren, Gina Villali, Mona Kelly, Vickie Bundrick, Dawn Barker, Mona Malfempi, Darlene Valdez, Leslie Jones, Denise Borel, Viclcie Voda, Marfha Coffee, Selifa Jefer, Jennifer Meredifh. FML - The treasure of music Fuiure Music Leaders ol America is com- posed ol band and choir srudenls whose inleresl in music promprs rhem To meer To discuss upcoming musical performances ai school and in lhe communily. Frequenlly, meelings become a half hour oi Hsludenl Tal- ent' as band and choir members display individual and ensemble abiliries. li doesn'+ mailer whal lhe subjecr is lor any parlicular meelingg music is ever present LEFT: OFFlCERS: Ka+hy Voigt Treasurer: Mike Shapiro, President Susan Kelly, Secrerary: Mark Ma+'rhews, Vice- President BOVE: lsr Row: Norman Rax Ill, Alan Orr, Donna Holt Alice McBride, Linda Swanson, Jackie S+ephens, BeH'y Piazza, Barry Owen, ud Guess, Judy NorI'on, Charles Pace, Sharon Jones: 2nd Row: Charles Neal, Michelle Cole, Sharon Bowie, Sco'r+ Moore, John Hood, red Adams, Cile Nabours, Susan Smi+h, Ka+hy Abshire, Liz Charrier, Kay Davis, Henry Williams, Sidney Smifhg 3rd Row: Bud Albright huck Lionberger, Doug Cour+ney, Walion Agnew, Mark MaH'hews, Reginald Cole, Judy Caplan, Janis Kile, Susan Rhoad, Teri Couri- ey, Ka+hy Frank, Ricky Gaspard: 4+h Row: Carolyn Rousseau, Tracey Wall, Tricia Smi+h, Zhan Couvillion, Donnie Wynn, Darell Albright arry Neal, Karen S+ovall, Sonya Smifh, Nancy Grass, Marsha Prevost Lisa Bus+le, Jo Ann Braden: 5+h Row: Debbie Remont Karl arpen+er, Mon+y Lamaze, Dan Diefenderfer, Dodie Evans, Susan Normand, Laurie Redmond, Mike Talambas, Rus+y Franklin, Lou Anne fockard, Micky Riche, Debbie Smirh, Ginger Moore, orh Row: Fai+h Poole, Charlie Brown, Kafhy Voigt Melanie Crump, DoHy 'Bryan, Julie Thrasher, Mike Shapiro, Susan Kelly, Leah Ga+es, Aubri'l'a Edwards, Debbie Payne, Paula Bindursky, Suzanne A+kinsong 7+h ow: Jenny Sandifer, Billy Jones, Kim Chamblin, Leanne Mercer, Greg Wilson, Mike Moore, Vicki Tarver, Carolyn Ro+hermel, Dex+er all, Sfeve Caplan: 8+h Row: Mark Friedrich, Laurie Friefeld, Linda Mann. 145 46 TI-IESPIANS - Drama inthe making Thespians is an honorary speech organiza- Tion made up oT young acTors and acTresses- To-be who have earned Ten poinTs Through TOO hours work in plays, speech TournamenTs, or in any Thespian-sponsored proiecT. This year Thespians sponsored The newly organ- ized Speech Club and a play, "The PerTecT ldioT." They also ran a week long do-nuT sale To earn money Tor The Tall producTion and enTered a car in The Homecoming Parade. Many members are anxious To pursue speech and acTing aT The college level, and The slcills acquired Through Thespian proiecTs will aid Them greaTly. ABOVE: Karen Henderson, Milne Mongue, JoAnn Braden, Ka+hy VoigT, Linda Mann, Charlie Brown, Ricky Gaspard, Rob Lowrey, Alan Orr, Tommy STovall, ChrisTy Miller. TOP RIGHT: Kay Mayer, Rick Mayer, WalTon Agnew, and Lisa MarTin in a scene from "The PerTecT ldioT." RIGHT: David Rhodes as Dan Tennyson and his girlTriend. Linda. TOURNAMENT CLUB - Excels in Competition TOP: TOURNAMENT CLUB: A Thespian sponsored group. Cryslal Crawford, Kafhy Hafhorne, James Greenberg, Mr. Couvillion, Sponsor: Jonafhan Koehler, Richard Humphries, Sleve Sullivan, Amy Eclcerf, Kay Mayer. ABOVE: Dan Tennyson and Maximillian. Tom Wells. 147 INTERACT - Leadership achievement service Many man-hours of- service for The school and communifv are provided by The lnferacf Club, a Rofarv sponsored service organiza- fion. Members musf possess characfer, show leadership pofenfial, and demonsfrafe achievemenf in academic as well as exfracur- ricular acfivifies. ABOVE: Isf Row: Mike Hafhorn, Sfeve Huffman, Sfeve Lionberger, David Klienpeferg 2nd Row: Bill Huffman, Dick Higdon, Tray Banksfon, Ross Loefflerg 3rd Row: Eddie Palmer, David Hubbel, Charlie Hickman, Mike McGaugh, Carson Nardini, Greg Jefer, David Cruz, Sfeve Sullivan, 4+h Row: Jim Carnes, Karl Carpenfer, John Carnes, Jack Mal- one. RIGHT: QFFICERS: Charlie Hickman, Presidenfr Sfeve Lionberger, Vice-President Jack Malone, Secrefarv-Trea Sklfef. FUTURE VCDTERS - Exercising a right xXX..v fx ,JN Furure Vorers is a group of siuclenis anx- ious io become conscieniious ciiizens and inieresiecl in our coun+ry's democraric proc- ess. This year ihe Furure Voiers encouraged local vorers To parricipare in rhe local bonol eleciion by issuing inlormalion explaining how 'rhe money would be used. ABOVE: lsr Row: Liz Brandt Barry Wyon+, Dineen Dyer, Carl Cas+le, Chris Hayne, Pai Brown, Terri Gilberf, Henry Quinney. 2nd Row: Dru Wolfe, James Greenberg, Marfha Gray, Wayne LaCombe, Bobby Ryder, Sharon O'Brien, Mike Moore, Reba Richey, Pam Alben, Barry Owen, Ann Gaspar, Andree Picou. LEFT: OFFICERS: Pam Alben, Sec- refaryg Terri Gilbert Hisroriam Barry Wyon+, Pres.: Bobby Ryder, V-Pres.: James Greenberg, Treasurer. 7, I , X. 27, A, " U Quo slffivrfl ' ' fl f'f"'1W4'ffffQ' Q 1 I If . , f We ff 149 f 4,1-ffnf ,iff-,f , Q4f'zC"f,fdQ f,Z41f14,f7f'04 7 f , m f , f j""""7, f fjikmfffze 4 zffzfeffd ff fy , wfvvf L , f V7 ,Mfg 4 244m ,gffgl-Q7f,,,,f,. yfQ -' Kelgyyld X3 L,fZ,,,g f HONOR SOCIETY is The Nafional Honor Sociely is one of The mosl imporranl clubs al ASH. To belong fo The sooiely is a True honor since members include Jrhose who noi only have exlremely high grade averages buf who have served ASH in The "lines+ fashion." A member ol lhe Nalional Honor Sociely is more Jrhan iusl a srudenlq he or she is one ol lhose rare indi- viduals who possess lhe abilily To keep grade averages al a superior level, lo serve in any way To promore The general welfare ol ASH, and 'ro lake pride in lhe lad Thai They have Taken a slep oll The "bea+en palhf' BELOW: President Tommy Sfovall, checks The program for a meefing. BELOW RIGHT: Frances Huffman, Vice-Presb dent Tells abou'r a fufure proiecl. Excellence in Effort lsr Row: Jane+ Anderson, Be'Hy Belvin, Ann Gaspar, Mar+ha Gray, 2nd Row: Susan Gray, Charles McBride, Thomas Nor- man, Ty Provoslyq 3rd Row: Renee Reid, David Rhodes, Kalhy Voigl, Donna Wallon. BOTTOM LEFT: Secrelary, Susan Gray, reads lhe minules of lhe lasl rneeling. BOT- TOM RIGHT: Rob Lowrey, Treasurer, gives a financial report BELOW: Officers confer wilh Mrs. Shaffer, Sponsor. NOT PICTURED: Milne Shapiro, Dineen Dyer. ECQLCGY CLUB - "I am a friend ofthe Earth" As Today's conservaTionisTs painT a gloomy picTure oT The EarTh's ecological sysTem, a group here aT ASH is working To TighT The eTTecT oT man's careless polluTion. All Ecol- ogy Club members are enThusiasTic abouT Their worlc and whaT They believe To be a maior problem aTTecTing The enTire world. ATTer a successTul membership drive, The club enTered a TloaT in The Homecoming Parade and sponsored a clean-up campaign aT ASH. As concerned sTudenTs, sTruggling To give lvloTher EarTh a "TighTing chance," Ecology Club members Tully realize and accepT The TacT ThaT only Through hard worlc and perseverance can polluTion be puT To an end. TOP: lsT Row: Ben WalTon, Marl: Friedrich, CharloTTe Gaspard, Kay Mayer, Barbara Moore, Amy EclrerT, Cheryl Murphy, Em Reynolds, PresidenT: Bud Guess, Laurie Redmond, MarTha Gray, LouAnn SToclcard, Nancy Mayeux, SecreTary: Carolyn RoThernel, Kim Mayer, Janis Coco, 2nd Row: Susan Kelly, Carolyn FilIe++e, MargareT Dezendorf, Rhonda Mangel, Barry Owen, Tracy Wall, Carl CasTle, Bobby Ryder, Reba Richey, Rene Bush, Rebecca Irwin, DoroThy Bowman, PaT Rhodes, 3rd Row: Rhonda Conway, Janis Kile, Lewis Marler, Bev Lewis, Bill Glover, CrysTal Crawford, Louise Lomax, Sharon O'Brien, Chuclr Pace, Pam Long, FaiTh Poole, Vicki Tarver, Liz BrandT, Rick Mayer, V, President Fred Adams, Mrs. Barham, Sponsor: Andree Picou, Ann Gaspar, Charlie Brown. ABOVE: Members work To clean up school campus. 152 GYMNASTICS - From practice to perfection l y . ..l,,, l i xg 7,ccccJfi r,:-- . A combinaT'ion oT pracTice, skill, ancl cleTerminaTion characTerizes each member OT ASl-l's gymnasTics Team. Each girl spends many hours pracTicing various moves on The apparaTus. Everyone learns Trom her misTalces and pracTice conTinues unTil The ulTimaTe goal - perTecTion - is reached. LEFT: Linda MarTin, Susie Vann, and ChrisTy Miller are The Three senior members on The Team. BELOW: IsT Row: Donna HolT, Marsha Prevosf, Sherry Weaver, Sydnie Kohara. Wanda Gabourg 2nd Row: Joyce Vanlangendonck, Cindy STerle, Mary Vanlangendonclc, Becky Kohara, JaneT Reynolds, Paula HudspeTh, Tricia Vann, 3rd Row: Liz Posey, Susan Murphy, ChrisTy Miller, Regina Cole, Linda Marfin, Susie Vann, Gail Hasselvander, Robin Ne'Hle. DOLPHI ETTES - Poetry in motion Each year The Dolphinelies preseni a war- ershovv, a beauriiully execuied wafer baller. This year a capaciry crowd filled The srands around The pool To warch The climaciic end- ing To many long hours oi pracrice. BELOW: Top Row: Mary Vanlangendonclc, Karen Lafleur, Pam Lynch, Janis Long, Judy Nor+on, Debbie Smi'I'h, Amy Eckert, Theresa Savoy, Renee Reid, Ramona Cole, Carolyn Cole, Sec.-Treas.: Donna Walfon, Vice-President Susie Vann, Presiclenr. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Grass, Mona Mal- +empi, Sharon Richardson, Kim Johnson, Linda King, Marcie Guillo+, Be'H'y Piazza, lileen Ma+hews, Rhonda Conway, Teri Tarver, Libby Luallen, Cindy S'I'erle, Linda Mann, Jackie S+e- phens, Denise Borel, Michele Berenf, Robin Sylvia, Rufhie Bernard, Tricia Vann, Lisa Varnado. 2' "5 X I Ni .. xv KX eg. is gillmr W Q xx as Q r 1 a Denlse Borel and Mary Vanlangendonclr help each gel ready for 'rhe show ABOVE Susie Vann poses a+ rehearsal TOP RIGHT Dolphlnelles prepare for The linal RIGHT The hnale encls fhe 3rd annual walershow. STUDENT CGRPS - "0.K., girls leT's see if your shoes are marked. Now, Susan, you know your socks should be iniTialed in blue Thread." This could be The sTaTemenT oT any Typical sTu- denT corps worker during a Typical gym class. STudenT Corps workers are upperclassmen who noT only help The gym Teachers check roll and keep Track oT grade poinTs, buT who also help The class learn new gym skills pres- enTed every Three weeks. Each girl is care- Tully screened aTTer Tilling ouT an applicaTion The previous year. Each sTudenT corps worker has ample background in skills TaughT ThroughouT The year and is capable oT explaining anyThing Trom The proper way To Throw a baskeTball To how To "spoT" on a balance beam. STudenT Corps workers aid oThers in an eTTorT To more Tully develop Their own abiliTies. RIGHT: Brenda Ball conducTs a discussion in healTh class. BELOW: IsT Row: Brenda Ball, ChrisTy Miller, Karen Nor- mand, Donna Sikes, Debbie Payne, Carolyn Cole: Znd Row: Suzanne Bourgeois, Paula Bindursky, Georgie Erwin, Frances Huffman, Dineen Dyer, Julie LeBlanc. Assistance and skill TUDENT HELPERS Reduce workload We : : W A , ,,, :: :: , i W OP: CAEETERIA: Ka+hy Ches+er, Ka+hleen Me+oyer, Paule'He Moore, Rose S+afford, Diane Sewell, Debra Carmouche. MIDDLE: DANCE: Ka+hy Malhews, Tracy Lolan, Pam Welch, Suzanne Bourgeois, Em Reynolds, Charlie Hickman, Ka+hy Halhorne, Tom oy+, Claudia Simone'Hi, Linda Rachal. BOTTOM: OFFICE: Is+ Row: Pam Robicheaux, Andree Picou, Karen Henderson, PaH'i ullos, Debbie Payne, Debbie Velelr, Margare+ Dezendorf. 2nd Row: Carolyn LaCour, Georgie Erwin, Lyne'H'e Doherfy, Cheryl Penny, Debbie Cedel, Karen Zachary: 3rd Row: Denise Borel, Darlene McCullough, Marla Savanf, Rene Bush, Adrienne Gremil- 58 DECA - They live in Because DECA sfudenfs wil someday assume roles as business leaders of fhe com- munify, increasing each member's knowledge of business careers is fhe main obiecfive of fhe club. Thus, if offers members an opporfu- nify fo gain experience and financial benefifs by holding iobs wifh local business firms. RIGHT: OFFICERS: Mrs. Beall, Sponsor: Ken Jeansonne, Parliamenfarian: Sharon Welch, Reporfer: David Hall, Presi- denf7 Cheryl Gaspard, Secrefaryy Mark Chasfaine, Trea- surer: Cindy Noakes, Vice-Presidenf: Larry Crocker, Hisfo- rian. BELOW: lsf Row: Ronnie Williams, Mark Chasfaine, Wayne Harper, Dale Piscioffa, David Hall, Jim Brown, Rob- erf Barref, Mike Smifh, Paul Hernandez: Znd Row: Ken Jeansonne, Dennis Guilliams, Debbie Laborde, Cindy Carf- wrighf, Diana Gagnon, Sharon Welch, Beffy Pope, Cheryl Gaspard, Kafhy Carnes, Sharon Dauzaf, Karen Neck, Cindy Noakesg 3rd Row: Ricky Thompson, Mike Rabalais, lsiah Dixon, Eddie Feazell, Mike Walker, Sfeve Liffon, Karen Clark, Kei'l'h Whife, Barbara Wilson, Harvey Johnson, Greg Jefer, Darryl Aderhold, Larry Crocker, Dale Rusk, Karl Tas- sin, Randy Chaya, Nicky Parrino, John Minfon, Bennie Cole, Pa+ Despino, Mike McLin, Sfephanie Lemoine. two worlds l 5 3 -.J M35 F' 1-vi' FBLA - Acquiring business knowledge .ew The developmenl ol compelenl business leaders is The chief aim of lhe Fulure Busi- ness Leaders ol America. The club also encourages members in lhe developmenl ol individual proiecls and in lheir eslablishmenl in lhe business world. LEFT: OFFICERS: lsr Row: Debbie Sims, President Kalhy Hinlon, Secrelary: Sydnie Kohara, Vice-Presidenl: 2nd Row: Mike Aus+in, Treasurer: Pearce Sco+'l, Parliamenlarian: Tommy Fox, Reporler. BELOW: lsr Row: Joyce Slanfield, Karen Goodwin, Kalhy Hinlon, Debbie Sims, Sydnie Kohara, Mike Aus'l'in, Mary Pe'l're, Liz Sleel, Ricky Tidwell, Pearce ScoH: 2nd Row: Mary Samson, Cindy Kelley, Wanda Robicheaux, Barbara Swinl, Susie Johnson, Ka+hy Ma+hews, Mike Moore, Linda Mann, Tommy Fox: 3rd Row: Ginger Price, Joyce Thomisee, Debra Cody, Rulhie Bernard, Libby Luallen, Cynlhia Slevens, Thomas Fusilier: 41h Row: Mary Robbins, Joseph Landry, John No+ari, Rhonda Cuin, Ka'lhy Jackson, Taurus Slanfield, Leona Girlley, Carmen Jones. Vive le Francais Club The French l'lonor Sociely is composed ol loreign language sludenls superior in lheir sludy oi French, sludenls who bring our French herilage lo lile lhrough an under- slanding of anolher cullure. As Mrs. Florence Anaslasio, French Club advisor, says, "Many scienliiic concepls, psychological insighls, cullural analyses, and economic wrilings nec- essary ro our progress as a people and as a sociely are available only in foreign longues. Now and in The foreseeable lulure, our soci- ely sorely needs many people who can ade- gualely use a modern foreign language." The French l-lonor Sociely encompasses a wide range of aclrivilies, for lhe members RIGHT: OFFICERS: Sfeve Caplan, Freshman Rep.: Kafhy Voigf, Senior Rep.: Chrisly Miller, l-lislorianq Theresa Savoy, Secrelary: Susan Gray, President Terry Jackson, Vice-Presb denfg Chris Chiricos, Treasurer: Gay LaMarche, Program Chairman: Chuck Pace, Sophomore Rep. parlicipale in a well-rounded slale of pro- iecls. The French Club won Isl' prize Tor lhe besl homecoming Tloal lor lhe 3rd year in a row, made Chrislmas lor The boys al lvlizpah Boys l-lome a lillle bil happier, and held a beauliiful inilialion ceremony. The French Flonor Sociely - Tres bonl ABOVE: ls'r Row: Ray Villemarelnle, Joel Mafhews, Sreve Caplan, Gary Crane, Ka+hy Smifh, Nancy Grass, Judy Norlon, Diana Savoy, Debra Benne++, Ginger Guin, Kim Mayer, Karen LaFleur, Becky Kohara, Dorofhy Smi+h, Bonny Friefeld, Donna Marlin Cindy Gau+hier, Sally Greenberg, Randy Beck, Michael Bindursky, Eddie Gibson: 2nd Row: Rebecca Irwin, Zhan Couvillion, Jani Coco, Linda King, Gay LaMarche, Robin Sylvia, Terry Jackson, Susan Gray, Kalhy Phillips, Ka+hy Voig'l', Mellany Gresham, Pa Rhodes, Tricia Smilh, Kafhy Mosely, Tammie Brown, Chrisfy Miller, Lisa Banks, Sandra Corfello, Bob Clinfon, Bob Galloway: 3r Row: Andree Picou, Sharon Richardson, Annie McBride, Ve+a Gibson, Ka'I'hy Frank, DoH'ie O'Brien, Michell Berenl, Chris Chiricos' Theresa Savoy, Carolyn Ro+hermel, Dodie Evans, Lisa LaFleur, Linda Mann, Susan Rhoad, Kafhy VViggins, Laurie Hubbell, Marl Picou, Sleve Hinlon, S+eve Moore, 4+h Row: Larry Michael, Marsha Prevosf, Chuck Pace, Belsy Rubin, Roberf Burns, Nafalij Wilder, Bill Mills, Julie Mobley, Paul Meyers, Marla Savanl, Chuck Bu'Her'field, Lynn Lalham, Thomas Brandow, Debbie Frank Mike McNeal, Jane+ Turren+ine, John Pres+ridge, Iris Gremillion, Mike Lasseigne, Charles Beck. FRENCH CLUB float wins 3rd year in a rovv GreaT compeTiTion marked The l972 homecoming TloaT conTesT. The French Club, having won lsT prize Tor Two consecuTive years, was anxious To keep a clean record, while oTher clubs designed very original TloaTs in an eTTorT To capTure The SIS lsT prize money. l-lowever, The French Club won lsT again Tor The 3rd consecuTive year. The Theme oT The beauTiTully decoraTed French Club TloaT was "Triumph over The Tigers." On The TloaT saT a purple and gold crepe paper "Arc de Triomphe" which looked as Though iT had been imporTed sTraighT Trom France! The Key Club was awarded The 2nd place prize - SIO Tor Their TloaT which capi- Talized on The idea ThaT The Neville Tigers would "resT in peace," presumably under The TombsTone mounTed on Their TloaT. Third place was won by The Ecology Club. A sign on The TloaT read "Recycle The Tigers." These, and all oTher TloaTs in The parade, added Tremendously To our l972 homecom- ing TesTiviTies. TOP: French Club members ride on lsT prize TloaT. ABOVE LEFT: Key Club members pose Tor The camera man. LEFT: Ecology Club members learn They have won 3rd place. FSA - Looking to the future Fulure Secreraries of America provides helpful inlormaiion lor problems which may be encouniered in business life. This club allows inieresrecl members, girls who are presenily raking a business course, io meer and discuss such problems. RIGHT: OFFICERS: Karen Normand, President Wanda Robicheaux, Secreraryq Terry Jackson, Vice-President Bar- bara Swinf, Treasurer. BELOW: lsr Row: Wanda Robi- cheaux, Kafhy Jackson, Debra Benne+'I', Carmen Jones, Chris Chiricos, Doro+hy Anderson, Pam Hall, Terry Jackson, Ni+a Bradas, Barbara Moore, Debbie Sims, Karen Normandg 2nd Row: Donna Walfon, Gay LaMarche, Janis Coco, Barbara Swin+, Dara Dyer, Vicky Myers, Ka'I'hy Hinfon, Joyce Thomi- see, Rosalyn King, Theresa Savoy, Linda Brown, Pa'Hy Talambas. X f ss. N f FHA - The importance Fi 2 ,..,u.,.M,M"k of family This organizalion is devoled lo inslruclinq members in home and family living. ll is Tor This reason lhal 'rheir discussion limes, pro- iecls, and aclivilies are cenlered around lop- ics ahfecling lhe American lamily. LEFT: OFFICERS: Isl Row: Susan Beck, Presidenlq Mrs. Lan- ingham, Sponsor: 2nd Row: Brenda Richmond, Vice-Presi- dent Diana Dauzal, Secrelary: Candyss Churchwell, Trea- surer: Mary Michiels, Song Leader: Sharon Richardson, Par- liamenlarian: AnneHe Giaco, Reporler. BELOW: Isl Row: Theresa Maki, Debbie Guidry, Nina LaMarche, Nancy May- eux, Rila Smilh, Glenda Camp, Sharon Jones, Tina Mayeuxg 2nd Row: Barbara Moore. Kalhy Hann, Sue Guilliams, Robin Ne'Hlesg 3rd Row: Ka+hy Crockeff, Theresa PlunkeH, Marilyn While, Debbie Murphy, Sandra Corlellog 4+h Row: Liz Charrier, Vickie Jones, Janis Lymberis, Pal' Despino, Phyllis Howe, Wanda Cheney, Sherie Jones, Marilyn Malhe- son, Lisa Banks, Anne'He Giaco, Janis Feazell, Linda King, Jo Long, Willie Gaslon, Diane Bowman, Shelly Faulk, Dar- lene Scroggsg Slh Row: Donna Barnharl, Diana Dauzal, Libby Luallen, Susan Beck, Jane+ Berlinger, Billy Hirsch, Candyss Churchwell, Cheryl Murphy, Paula Howe, Sharon Richardson, Janel' Feazell. 5 I a LIBRARY - The wonderful world of anywhere Where can an ASH sTudenT go To relax, research, or find release Trom realiTy? The library, oT course, aT The magazine rack, The encyclopedia case, or TicTion secTion - in ThaT order. The sTudenTs who help keep our library an orderly, eTTicienT resource cenTer are members oT The Library Club. They spend hours sorTing, shelving, and carding. AT The same Time, They serve as "subsTiTuTe librarians" ready To assisT aT The copy machine and check-ouT desk. As we Take Tor granTed The TacT ThaT "Byron" is where "Byron" is supposed To be, so do The library clubbers Take seriously Their imporTanT, Time- consuming job. LEFT: Jeff PiTTs sorTs The overdue library cards. BELOW: IsT Row: Zhan Couvillion, Joseph Landry, KaThy Hann, Gary Keel, Donna HolT, Roger RiperT, Debbie Fuqua, Paula Hanley: 2nd Row: Sharon Richardson, Johnny Sewell, Brenda Johnson, Carl CasTle, Craig Kubic, John NoTari, Jeff Pi+Ts, Liz Charrier. J' f i 47.- W, 5313 .2Q, X ,,,,, ,W ,.,,, H ' H ' W f , Nj ,, rf .225 w i f - , ' . zaz zla - H W 2 v ., or i . . ., wears -W .". 4 'ass if 72, ,U fe .,, 1, u T 6. 'f?5,wi """"" - ffff, T li ,4 ,M ' T1 'MM ' , ,.,. rmmeizm, T 'il' emi .-- gg H mf-1 f , if Ffa amz, 5 ' -3 jeg, 1 ' 'Lv'-. "' '- V . ' ' ' , -, Y Y L'1,"53f1lff'f?:'f' P- i ' . . ' f M-.La ,M-M' , "V '- .n i te 2 Y-TEENS - Time devoted to service A Y-Teen belongs To The worldwide Tellow- ship oT girls. They are girls anxious To have a good Time while serving oThers To earn poinTs Toward "Club oT The Year." I-Iere aT ASI-I The 9Th, lO+h, and IITh grade each has a separaTe group oT Y-Teens. The girls also meeT wirh oTher high school clubs To plan ciTy-wide proiecTs. This year The Alexandria- Pineville Y-Teens sponsored Their annual "girl-ask-boy" MidwinTer Ball and held a Leadership Training Comference in Bunlcie. LEFT: OFFICERS: IsT Row: Adrienne Gremillion, SecreTary of ICC: Charlo'H'e Fomby, ProiecT Chairman: Susan Gray, Pres. oT ICC: 2nd Row: Julie Mobley, Junior Pres.: Dara Dyer, Junior V. Pres.: Bron Durham, ICC: 3rd Row: NaTalie Wilder, Freshman Sec.: Debbie Frank, Sophomore Sec.: Iris Gremillion, Freshman V. Pres.: Lisa LaFleur, Freshman Trea- surer. ABOVE: IsT Row: Ginger Guin, Mona Je+er, Sarah Easferling, Ka+hy Mosley, Glenda Camp, Judy NorI'on, Lou Ann STockard, Bron Durham, MargareT Dezendorf, Mary RoberTs, Joy Bell, Laurie Redmond, Ka+hy McCarTy, Judy WhiTe, Susan Gray, Amy Ecker+, Jackie STephens: 2nd Row: Donna Mar+in, Charlene FaircloTh, Diana Savoy, Vickie Rainey, Jennifer Bowers, Susan Brooks, Ginger Lee, Lisa LaFleur, PaT Rhodes, Carolyn RoThermeI, Melanie Crump, Linda Fomby, Paula HudspeTh, MarTha Gray, Gay LaMarche, Susan Normand, Karen LaFleur: 3rd Row: Paula Howe, NaTaIie Wilder, Rhonda Mangel, Ginger Price, Michelle Daiy, Jennifer MerediTh, Nancy Couvillion, Laurie Friefeld, Teri Tarver, Marcie GuilIoT, CrysTal Crawford, Janis Long, Dodie Evans, KaThy SmiTh, Jan Daiy, Debbie Frank, CharIoTTe Fomby, Kay Kay Yeager: 4Th Row: Dara Dyer, Karen Crump, Nancy Beaver, Judy Caplan, VeTa Gibson, Annie McBride, Karen Lee, Doro+hy Bowman, NaneTTe Nardini, Vicki Tarver, Ru+hie Bernard, Iris Gremillion, JaneT TurrenTine: 5Th Row: Glenda Randall, Julie Mobley, Karen Harris, Cile Nabours, Connie SmiTh, BeTsy Rubin, Danifa Randall, Krisfy Klossner, Paula Snow, BeT+y Piazza, Adrienne Gremillion, KaThy Frank. CHESS CLUB - Stimulation for the mind Chess is noT a game iusT Tor Tun. lT Talces serious concenTraTion, paTience, and a keen mind. Each and every member oT The Chess Clulo possesses These qualiTies. lVleeTing Tre- quenTly, They hold Chess marches againsT each oTher in orcler To improve Their game. RIGHT: Mr. Connella, Sponsor, concenTraTes during a maTch. BELOW: Carl CasTle, Kim Johnson, STephen Bolger, Mark Nichols, EmmeTT Gray, KeiTh Kelly, AubriTa Edwards, Jean French. ART Capturing time with a brush i i l Ari is an inleqral parl ol everyones lile - no mailer il one's lasle leans 'foward clas- sical painlings or modern skelching. Each oi The members ol The Arr Club is also a slu- clenl in an arl class. Some of lheir works were shown lo The public al The annual choir Chrislmas concerl. LEFT: OFFICERS: Sfeve Phillips, Vice-President Pam Welch, ,Secrelary-Treasurer: Mr. Brodnax, Sponsor: Shaun Sheehy, Presiclenly Susan Gray, Public Relalionsp Hank Prals, Program Chairman. TOP: Isl Row: Denise Dezendorf, Ka'l'hy Hann, Candy Gill, Hank Pra+s, Barry Owen, Mark Hendriks, Ricky Porsche: 2nd Row: Claudia SimoneHi,' Adrienne Gremillion, Dorolhy Bowman, Pam Welch, Shaun Sheehy, Susan Gray, Reginald Cole, S'I'eve Phillips, Charlie Whi+e, Julie Thrasher. CRA - Extra-curricular P E The Girls' Recreaiional Associaiion pro- vides an opporiunily for sporls-minded girls io have lun while engaging in various games wilh peers. "Free play" every Wednesday aiiernoon gives everyone a chance lo rneei and cornpeie while slrengihening physical educaiion skills. Acliviiies are changed peri- odically, and gym eguipmenl is uiilized To +he fullest GRA is open 'ro girls from grades 9-IZ, and a sense of cornradeship and com- periiiveness prevails. RIGHT: OFFICERS: Julie Mobley, Treasurer: Susan Arm- s+rong, Soph. Rep.: Dineen Dyer, Presidenf: Renee Reid, Vice-President Liz Posey, Secreiary. BELOW: lsr Row: Ka+hy Frank, Susan Normand, Jackie S+ephens, BeHy Piazza, Nancy Grass, Carolyn Rofhermel, Debbie Remon+, Jean French. 2nd Row: Dineen Dyer, Karen S+ovall, Reba Richey, Renee Reid, Nancy Mayeaux, Linda King, Brenda Mariin, Ann Gaspar. 3rd Row: Julie LeBlanc, Debbie Merlan, Sharon Chaudoir, Befsy Rubin, Liz Posey, Mary Finney, Janis Feazell, Michelle Daiy, Billy Hirsch, Rhonda Culber+, Mary Pefre, Julie Mobley. 4+h Row: Krisfi Klossner, Ginger Guin, Lisa Loeffler, Lisa Banks, Susan Arms+rong, Janef Reynolds, Rufhie Bernard, Lisa Banks, Glenda Camp, Kafhy Day, Sfe- phanie Smyafh, Susan Cars+ens, Zhan Couvillion. 5+h Row: Vicki Tarver, Becky Kelley, Nancy Couvillion, Debbie Frank, Joyce Sfanfield, Brenda Cody, Carolyn FilleHe, Billy Whi+e, E'Ha Wes+on, Fai+h Poole. JR. VOLUNTEERS - Spread sunshine ' ,gc 5 A Jr. Volunreer is many rhings - a loving and giving person who finds ioy for himself in rhe ioy of orhersq a service-minded slu- denr, anxious To help anorher less forrunareq a person wilh rhe wonderful gill of human compassion. Mosr of all, however, a Jr. Vol- unreer is a pracrical worker, willing To spend Sarurday afrernoon ar ToT's l-louse, serving cookies, or wherever he can be of service - spreading sunshine. ABOVE: lsr Row: Mike Moore, Rory Vanderlick, Wilberf Weekly, Arfhur Cheneverf, Henry Quinney, Mark Friedrich: 2nd Row: Cheryl Walker, Kay Davis, Arleen Clark, Wanda Cheney, Pam Weekly, Billy Hirsch, Janef Berlingerg 3rd Row: Karen Donahue, Linda Rachel, Karen Wood, Sylvia Clark, Rhonda Conway. LEFT: OFFICERS: lsr Row: Pam Weekly, Reporrerg Sylvia Clark, Treasurer: Janei Berlinger, Vice-President Rory Vanderlick, Hisrorianq Billy Hirsch, Pres- idenf. 70 CHEERLEADERS - BTISR and bouncy Six girls elecled by popular vo're serve as ASl-l's cheerleaders. To learn new cheers, Jrhese girls allended a cheerleading camp during Jrhe summer. Aiding The six are four allernale cheerleaders. The six "regulars" cheer ar yarsily foolball and baslcelball games while The allernafes allend iunior var- sily games. Al pep rallies, The len ofren combine Their Jralenls lo lead The enlire slu- denl body To new heighls of spiril. RIGHT: Linda Marlin, head cheerleader. BELOW: Ginger Moore, lhe o+her senior cheerleader. BOTTOM: Cheerlead- ers wifh Trojan mascot Darell Albright if x 2-M .M 2 9. lk i is mn-num izx M53 'Vg KWM we K f ..- 2 ii? :veg B ,R xx, 5 i , 3 " Q - Q ., :Am ...... ...- 172 1 1 Q: il , x 155-'R . , 9- M Nw .... .k ,L N.. 1 :Wm w 5 . TROYANS - Tops in spirit T The backbone oT The "SpiriT oT 73" can be Tound in one oT AST-l's TinesT organiza- Tions, The Troyans. This group is composed oT approximaTely sixTy girls who cheer Through- ouT The year aT baskeTball and TooTball halTTime shows regularly. This year The Troyans games and who perTorm during cheered Their way Through rainy games and Treezing cold games, Through demeriTs and pom-pom rouTines, Through vicTories and deTeaTs. More Than ThaT, spiriT was kepT aT a high by The "liTTle Things" - bringing good- ies To secreT TooTball players,decoraTing The cars in The parking loT wiTh purple and gold sTreamers, and selling spiriT Tags and "liTTle TooTball men." The Troyans also sponsored Their annual ChrisTmas Dance wiTh The Theme "An Old-Fashioned ChrisTmas." ln addiTion To being a money making proiecT, The dance gives parenTs an opporTuniTy To see Their sons and daughTers aT a school TuncTion, Thus mainTaining good parenT-school relaTions. The Troy Dolls, Twelve specially selecTed girls who compose The Troyan dance line, per- Tormed aT baskeTball as well as TooTball games Tor The TirsT Time This year. These girls, chosen by a panel oT local dance spe- cialisTs, aTTended a dance line camp aT Loy- ola UniversiTy lasT summer and were awarded a Third place Trophy during sTaTe compeTi- Tion. ABOVE LEFT: OFFICERS: Susan Gray, President Donna Jo WalTon, Vice-PresidenT. LEFT: SQUAD LEADERS: CharloTTe Fomby, Squad I: KaThy Frank, Squad 2: Susan SmiTh, Squad 3: Debbie SmiTh, Troy Dolls. Charlie Brown, Troyan Char- ger. 74 SQUAD l: Isl Row: Terry Jackson, PaHi Henry, Karen Tischler, Sue Guilliams, Sally Greenberg, Marcie Guil- loig 2nd Row: Rosalyn Smifh, Becky Jackson, Teri Tarver, Susan Haase, Kafhy Mosley, Bonnie Herrin, Ka+hy Smifh, Heidi Dengel, Brenda Elling+on, Kim Johnson, Charlo++e Fomby. SQUAD 2: Isl Row: Kay Kay Yeager, Amy Eckerf, Suzanne Delrie, Debbie Murphy, Ka+hy Mal'- +hewsg 2nd Row: Linda Herrin, Pa'I' Rhodes, Dor- o+hy Bowman, Be+sy Rubin, Monica Parnell, Ka+hy Frank, Sylvia Clark, Jane+ Turren+ine, Nancy Couvillion. SQUAD 3: ls? Row: PaHi Lambert Michelle Daiy, Becky Kelley, Char- lene Fairclo+h, Cile Nab- ours: 2nd Row: Debbie Frank, Susan Smi'I'h, Brenda Marfin, Carolyn Fille'He, Candyss Church- well, Carolyn LaCour, Linda Rachal, Ann Gas- par, Julie Mobley, Karen Lee. TROY DOLLS: Judy Nor+on, Judy Wi1i+e, Linda Fomby, Theresa Savoy, Pam Lynch, Connie Smi+h, Debbie Smifh, Liz Posey, Linda Mann, Karen LaFleur, Diana Savoy, Andree Picou. 6. , , fi. ' 5 a , 9' -3 ' eeie ,ff-' D ' of ' : ' L ' i i , 'W ' IJ v i i , "V'g?Eig', 7 - 1 f vfa,,i--.ww vm iw: c f f . ' . f ,-.e.."1,..W.' 'fa....gv,4u,,zu.',. - Hu., . ,L ., Troyeffes march in Homecoming Parade. , i . f. i. 1, . . 1 1 'ff ' .af ' af! 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Charlie Cheney Dee Cobb Brenda Cody. 5+h Row: Ramona Cole Reginald Cole Mar+in Conner Doug Couriney Teri Courfney Zhan Couvillion Marfha Damrel, Kai' Davis. bih Row: Dan Diefenderfer Karen Donahue Dineen Dyer Donna Dyer Aubri'I" Edwards, Wayne Elkins, Keifh Fox, Andrew Francis. 7+h Row: John Franklin, Chrisfin Friedrich, Mark Friedrich, Philip Fusilier, Gerfrude Ga'I'es, Leah Gales, Doug Gafhrigh Jerry Green. 8+h Row: Bud Guess, Linda Guillof, Dex+er Hall, Tami Hazard, Andy Her rin, Melody Hunfer, John Jameson, Billy Jones. Qfh Row: Reginald Jones, Sharon Jones NOT SHOWN: Ricky Harris. HIGH SCI-IQOL BA D -JA JA M Is+ Row: Susan Kelly, Janis Kile, Mon+y Lamaze. 2nd Row: Richard Lawrence, Chuck Lionberger, Mark Ma++hews. 3rd Row: Alice McBride, David McDaniel, Charles Neal. 4+h Row: Nelwyn Nugen+, Sharon O'Brien, Charles Pace. 5+h Row: Tammy Peach, Roberl' Perrine, James Perry, Ricky Porsche, Bill Price, Norman Rax, Debbie Remon+, Susan Rhoad. 6+h Row: Brenda Rogers, Marfha Sawrie, Siephanie Schmid+, Mike Shapiro, Donna Sikes, Karen Smilh, Mack Smi+h, Pafricia Smi+h. 7+h Row: Sidney Smifh, Sonya Smilh, John Soileau, Liz S+eel, Karen Siovall, Mike Talambas, Mike Taylor, Julie Thrasher. 8+h Row: Hous+on Tracy, Burke Turner, Bobby Walden, Aubrey Walker, Jim Walker, Tracy Wall, Andy Wells, Dale Whidden. 9+h Row: Henry Williams, Greg Wilson. ASI-I BA D IS BEAUTIFUL' The ever-popular A.S.H. Band, under The direcrion ol Mr. Claude Andrews, has confin- ued Io add Thar cerlain "spark" Io The assemblies, parades, and Ioolball games Ihal all Trojans look forward Io. The A.S.H. Band is beaulilul. RIGHT: Donna Sikes, Drum Major. BELOW: MAJORETTES: Janis Kile, Susan Rhoacl, Linda GuiIIo+, Donna Dyer, Aubrila Edwards, Julie Thrasher. OPPOSITE ABOVE: JAZZ BAND: Isl Row: Norman Rax III: 2nd Row: Janis Kile, Dee Cobb, Susan Kelly, Teri Courfney, Donna Dyer: 3rd Row: Reginald Jones, Walfon Agnew: 4+h Row: Henry Williams, Karl Car- penfer, Greg Wilson, Dan Diefenderfer, Philip Fuselier, Richard Lawrence: 5+h Row: Andy Herrin, Chuck Pace, Bill Price, Mike Talambas, Aubrey Walker: olh Row: Chuck Lionberger, James Walker: Nor Shown: Wayne Elkins, Mon'I'y Lamaze. OPPOSITE BELOW: BAND COUNCIL: Isl Row: Linda Guillof, Sr. Rep.: Bill Price, Jr. Rep.: Susan Rhoad, Jr. Rep.: Charles Pace, Soph. Rep.: Sonya Smifh, Soph, Rep.: Reginald Jones, Freshman Rep.: 2nd Row: Janis Kile, Sec.-Treas.: Donna Sikes, Drum Major: Mike Shapiro, Band Cap+ain - Sruclenf Condudor: Norman Rax III, Is+ L+. 4. rf' . J ffl' K8 'tv ,ae .- . 4' - tv 3' 1 ,73 Q P'i '1 f'35f . ' ' 1 K - -'iz' Sk- vb f '.i.f'f,i V 5 fl ' fl ' ' V' 1 21V'f5 44.1" . + f 1 f. '21 in-I 3 5 , - .f1.vs,, 1 , la-wg' tg 5563615 .M zf- ' KMQ-4-.., up -ei 179 A.S.H. Band to Austria LasT year, an inviTaTion To The IsT lnTernaTional Band EesTival, in Vienna, AusTria. was exTended To The Alexandria Senior I-Iigh School Band. direcTed by Jerry Payne. Upon receipT oT This honor, The 86 band members and The Band ParenTs' Club began an inTensive eTTorT To raise The money necessary Tor The Trip. They sold pens, greeTing cards, spagheTTi and gumbo supper TickeTs, held aucTions. rummage sales and worked The concession sTand aT baskeTbaII games. They sTarTed a "mile oT quarTers" campaign. secured Tinancial aid Trom local merchanTs, including 55,000 Trom Governor Edwards, and disTribuTed bumper sTickers all over Town - and - They raised S78,000l The band members also pracTiced while all This was going on. During The monTh oT June, jusT prior To deparTure on July 4Th, They IiTeraIIy worked nighT and day To prepare Tor judging aT The band TesTivaI where They would be in compeTiTion with bands Trom all over The world. Their hard work and diIigenT dedicaTion paid oTT since They were aT Their peak upon arrival in Vienna, oTTen called The music capiTal oT The world. AjudicaTion concerTs Tor all bands were held in The Vienna KonzerThaus, home oT The Vienna Philharmonic OrchesTra. The A.S.i-I. Band joined The company oT musicians Trom all over Europe, pasT and presenT, in perTorming on The sTage which has been The siTe oT Tamous musical presenTaTions Tor decades. DisTinguished musicians acTing as judges Tor The evenT were Dr. William D. Revelli, music direcTor oT The lnTernaTional FesTival, AIberT Ehler- mann Trom Caviers. France, and ProTessor Leo ErTI oT Salzburg. AusTria. These judges raTed The A.S.I'I. Band "superior" in The concerT compeTiTion - Truly a greaT achievemenT Tor boTh The band and Mr. Payne. Judges Tor The marching presenTaTion were RoberT F. O'Brien, direcTor oT bands aT The UniversiTy of NoTre Dame, and Major I-Iarold C. Johnson, direcTor oT The UniTed STaTes Air Eorce Bands in Wiesbaden. Germany. Again our band was given a "superior" raTing - This Time because oT Their TanTasTic march- ing Technique. BeTore and aTTer The week oT compeTiTion in Vienna, The band Toured ThroughouT Europe giving concerTs. RequesTs Trom various ciTies Tor A.S.I'I. Band appearances were seemingly endless. While in AmsTerdam, They were requesTed To march in The parade aT TheI972 Gorinchem lnTernaTional Music EesTival. The band sTruTTed proudly down The narrow brick sTreeTs which were lined wiTh large crowds. The jazz band also presenTed a special requesi' open air concerT in The AmsTerdam Park where The people oT AmsTerdam demonsTraTed Their appreciaTion by TrequenTIy breaking inTo sponTaneous applause. Innsbruck, AusTria broughT a concerT by The band on a scenic hiIITop. In Mariazell, AusTria, The jazz band perTormed Tor a capac- iTy crowd. In Eeldkirch, AusTria, The concerT band received THREE encores aTTer a parficularly Tine presenTaTion. In Vienna, our band was one oT only Tour bands parTicipaTing in The EesTivaI asked To do a special radio show which was broadcasT ThroughouT AusTria. All members oT The band Tound plenTy oT Time To enjoy Themselves. New Toods, new Triends, and new cusToms made The Three week Trip an unTorgeT- Table experience - one ThaT will be Treasured Torever. Ask an A.S.I-I. Band member whaT made an impression on him and you will receive a varieTy oT answers - FOOD - ice cream, "huhn" Ichickenl. goulash. poTaTo soupl - BEAUTY - mounTains, waTerTalIs, windmillsl - PEOPLE - wonderTuI Tour guides. Tabulous bus drivers, house moThers in Innsbruck! - MUSIC - ThaT oT oTher bands, and The music oT over ThirTy bands playing TogeTher aTTer only one hour oT pracTice, Dr. Revellil - SOUVENIRS - posTcards, waTches, cuckoo clocks! - FOREIGN MONEY - Francs. shillings. groes- chenl - SWITZERLAND - snow, cable cars, sTaying aT a ski resorTI The A.S.I-I. Band had The wonderTul opporTuniTy oT observing an enTirely diTTerenT way oT liTe. They were exposed To new and diTTerenT cusToms and meT Triendly, helpTuI people wherever They wenT. IT a search Through Ian- guage books Tailed To yield an appropriaTe conversaTionaI phrase - They Tound ThaT a smile was very helpTuI. Especially, The A.S.I-I. Band bridged The language gap wiTh Their beauTiTuI music. IT became mosT evidenT ThaT music can play a large role in undersTanding and improving relaTions beTween young people oT all counTries. I-IaTs oTT To The A.S.I-I. Band - eighTy-six TaIenTed young sTudenTs and The man who worked wiTh Them all The way - Mr. Jerry Payne. mi Tx ESS I ,sw-vv9'fi ikliwricfi sa-v""' ThoughTs oT AusTria as inviTaTion a rrives. Band members sold sTickers and They held rummage sales and au They raised S78,000I pens. cTions. Mr. Payne and The beginning oT monThs oT pracTice and preparaTion. F Q1 ' -L-n., -M ..., me ,. .aiulls ,., ,Mi .4 . . Waifing for rake-off. Deparf New Orleans Tuesday, 3:30 P.M. - arrive fkmsferdann Wednesday, 7:30 A.M. in A A y 1 i lnsfrumen+s rrayeled by fruck. Mr. Payne poses before boarding Bus if I. Riding in buses became a way of life. Boarding Deluxe Coach 33. lst International Band Festival Highlights 733 nf X315 1 tflktfv y 4 ,, ,ada 7 m,,f,,,g.,,,,,,zfQ,,,5 f W , , Q34 get ,Z fl fp ,M Mfr 1 Y M is 4 f ,, M W? W 'W' M ltiiiiliwitm Meuridm. 1' Band struts down narrow brick streets ot Gorinchem. A.S.l'l, one ot only tour bands selected to pre N-www wmmnlsrsxenm .fef,,,s,a2-g- V sent radio show. Second ot three encores accorded A.S.l'l. Band in Feldlcirch, Austria. BELOW: The actual pertormance at Festival which won A.S.l-l. Band a rating of superior. tool: place in the Vienn a Konzerthaus. Y' Tour guides "ide-n+ily" wifh A.S.l-l. Band. Band members collapse alle-r lrelc up a hill. The Swiss parfy was fun! Coke is inlernalional. , i rw rf i , B, and f 'W ' 4-5 H ' W is ,Wg i 'fjj Q Q Wim E ,.h ,. g Q kr s N , """"" " L " A ',, ' German bakeries - Sehr gijlel ,f ' ,.,V... Ajit: 5 A -2 L fi Ag rw mms - 7-QB.. mums Norman Rax wins scholarship - meefs Dr. Rev- The Alexandria Senior High Band marching lo lhe closing ceremonies. elli. 183 ,Q if i Q 184 Memories . . Memories . These fwo pages in color, paid for by +he A.S.H. Band Par- en'l's' Club, represeni' a random sampling of 'I'hings seen and experienced on 'l'he A.S.H. Band's 'lrip 'lo Aus'l'ria. The picfures depici' fhe worlr and 'Fun of +he 'I'rip as well as fhe beau'l'y of 'lhe many counfries visifed. A poll 'fallen al' 'lhe end of 'l'he +rip showed Swifzerlancl 'I'o be 'I'he coun+ry mos+ enioyed by all. - .-- 'mi 4 .. vjvg-.ww 'H I -0.6 ' Firsf European performance by Jazz Band - a concer+ in Amsrerdam Park. s ' I "F V" 'l Q ', WF ' , ' A - , V V , : AK A .: :,e'u,..:.- 51 V..-I , . i . 4 W J . " 5 I 4. i '- V , M. sf" 111121 fri:-ef' H 1, ' r, H . A K ' , ' A41 fix' ' A Q, H , fekhglf fjieu 'H 2, '.'- -sa-K ,S :fx K-walk T ' " " ' 'Lf iv T ' ' 7' 'if ' "1 5-vii - ' -B 'ffl' ' ', -ff., 4 A Swiss cow doesn'+ know wha+ "Toro" means. 1, J, C 0, iw is , fri ii'-',, AQ' ir-' ,Q Anofher ho+el and once again if is fime fo unpack sui+cases. RIGHT: The only way fo reach fhe Sporfholel was a cable car! , I Mr. Jerry Payne I The A.S.H. Band maioreffes were a hi+ wherever They went, i"l .15 A peaceful scene hugh In The Swiss mounfalns Wmdmull' Everyone lumped +o grab hrs camera af fhe sound of fhns r I -if .1 Q r 3 ll ,Q- ' lk: 'Ti' Is? Infernahonal Band Feshval opemng ceremomes held n A fypmal example of European arclqnecfure Pncfuresque Swnss chalefs presenf a scene repea+ed many fumes ke, xx U -Q. 4 za n an-g 2' , sf? W 5,..?'a ev , me " 9 l The SPOTLIGHT zeroes in on Sporfs and 1'hose Troians who exemplify spiril' and 1'radi- +ion. They are fhose a+hle+es wi+h +remendous individual +alen+ who have 'rhe willingness and delerminafion +o work +oge+her 1'o achieve +he feamworlc necessary for winning con+es+s. They seemingly never give up. In +he process, fhey develop charac+eris+ics of good sporfsmanship and physical 'filness which 'Form l'he basis 'For lhe phrase "a sound mind in a sound body." The A.S.H. A+hle+es - Confidenl' enough fo expecl' +o win Capable of accepling defeal' should i+ come. Trojan Football OTTense wiTh a capiTal "O" was The by- word oT The l972 Trojans oT Coach BuTch Crenshaw. WiTh Their newly insTalled wish- bone-T, The high scoring Trojans led DisTricT 2-AAAA in rushing and ToTal oTTense and ranked among The sTaTe leaders in yardage gained. Downing Pineville, Menard, and Tying Bol- Ton esTablished The young Trojans as The Team oT The TuTure in CenTral Louisiana. The Men oT Troy reTurn TourTeen oT TwenTy-six perTormers, which brighTens The '73 picTure considerably. Seniors Danny Cheney and David Cruz provided mosT oT The inTanTry yardage Tor The Trojans, while junior QB Bobby Moreau kicked in l23O yards ToTal oTTense. Seniors Thomas Norman, Jerry Beard, and junior Johnny Carnes anchored The oTTensive line. Though beseT by deTensive problems laTe in The campaign, The Trojans reaped Top deTen- sive eTTorTs Trom Tommy Adams, Larry AnTee, Charlie l-lickman, Mike McC5augh, Terry Moreau, and STeve Lionberger. Two Trojan seniors, Danny Cheney and Tommy Adams were rewarded Tor Their '72 heroics by being named To The 2-AAAA All DisTricT Team. Johnny Carnes, David Cruz, Terry Moreau, Bobby Moreau, and Thomas Norman all received second Team berThs on The myThical squad. l972 TROJAN SCHEDULE ASH OPP. Pineville 33 - 20 Bunkie 34 - O NaTchiToches 6 - 27 BasTrop 8 - I4 Menard 28 - 2l OuachiTa 2l - 2l Neville 0 - 34 BolTon 20 - 20 WesT Monroe 2l - 39 RusTon 36 - 50 -- V, Danny Cheney runs around. lhrough, and over lacklers. ggi? if i le ire ' 'E ai to 'N Back Row, L +o R: Bobby Flynn, David Hubbell, Chesfer Ga+lin, Jack Malone, Jerry Beard, Johnny Carnes, Tommy Adams, Sfeen Francis, Joe Woodward, Bobby Moreau, Second Row: Ricky Wha+ley, Charlie Hickman, David Cruz, Jimmy Hickman, Terry Moreau, Kei+h Gallagher, Chris Morris, Bernard Reed, Keiih Fox: Third Row: Mark Swanson, Brian Dyess, Mike McGaugh, S+eve Sullivan, Mike McNeal, Barry Wyonf, Kenny Evans, S+eve Fox, Danny Chaney, Kneeling: Chris Daiy, Jeff Paul, Keifh Barmore, Morgan Walker, Sreve Moore, Thomas Norman, Larry Anfee, Sieve Lionberger, Gary Laborde, Roberi Fairclo+h. 189 C' ,k ,si ,, V lyliia 3 ' 4 "' 'W,,: X' I KIIWV T. ,,,, ,, F 5 oawmi Q l iw Yijffi fem., ' Tsfxfgissfi, 4 V C . , " X ., ,. .. . :- x , xx ,.,i 5,857 M ,. A H p . TOP LEFT: Coach Williamson. TOP RIGHT: Coach LEFT: Coach Crenshaw. ABOVE: Coach Tyler and David Laborde and Bill Mills. Preparation: Key to Success vv' he TOP LEFT: Spring prac+ices prepare Troians for upcoming season. TOP RIGHT: Exercises are a loosening up process before game. ABOVE: The finished producf ready io compeie. 2352! is A , 1 A' 5 Gutty Performances displayed by defense Gary Laborde Mike MCG6Ugl1 Sfeve Sullivan Junior Senior Senior , ,, .Aw ww w, 4 7 , , , ' f N - is -.,, ' '-'-i'- Charlie Hickman and Gary Laborde annilwilale Bruin runner I 1 x . fffw -3 Vtbr 5,2 I f S W .1 1 w w K ,Lf np I. , s .Qi-:N mai , 9' f Y 1, he - A A, ,L KW g ' ' A ' 'f A A P , ' ffl 9 ., ,.e,., r , 4 H , r r A f . 4, -' ,Q I , ,gf -A , 3 '11 H f' l .. - , ., , , 'lf U' MQ' 'f','?i??'7 ' ' v 1 X . T" " ' ' Vh' ' .4- zi1Q'f-QM I sq, . K I . ,f all-7:1 gyw Q ' . N A WL f"?',1r A H .L W , pw amy, f 4 N 5 L .4673 L f ,,., Snitz, - "V -5l1QfMQr,,,'ivv,xW'1't 4' -Y u- ..,,,, H -"" ". 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"' :Q g via, eel min. u :-uri :nf ,gf ,Z , M spa 'ig Trojan Basketball A proper allilude has aways been one of The grealesl laclors in success. We are very proud ol The unsellish allilude Thar our I973 baslcelball leam has demonslraled. Their huslle and sense ol pride have enabled us lo compele in a manner in which we can be proud. We believe lhal This allilude will conlinue and be a lradilion. We are graleicul for players lilce Ed Jones, Joe Gaslon, Charles Liming, Aubrey Bolen, Joe Nardini and Ronald Leary whose leadership has been so valuable. We wish 'rhem good luclc and success upon lheir gradualion This spring. The lulure ol The A.S.l-l. Troians looks brighl as we anlicipale The relurn of Ray Quinney, Kevin Shaclclelord, Ray Bowman, Wally Morris, John Francis, David Mallempi, Ezra Jones, Ber- nard Reed, George Lyons, Bill Dearman, Ken Janelle and Timmy Powell. gg cibww 714 QQQMV BASKETBALL SCH EDU LE ASH 57 Leesville 53 Bloclc 7I Pineville 69 Menard 6l Plainview 74 Winnilield 89 Bunlcie 68 Pineville 52 Dry Prong 52 Denham Springs 6l Block 72 Neville 59 Bunkie 55 Dry Prong 52 Boiron 69 Wes? Monroe 52 Baslrop 56 Ouachila 73 Neville 53 Bollon 65 Wesl Monroe STANDING: Clyde Benne'H, Mark Wilkerson, Joe Nardini, Kevin Shaclrleford, Ray Quinney, Charlie Liming Ronald Leary Coach McCann. KNEELING: Charles Collins, Ed Jones, Wally Morris, Timmy Powell, Ezra Jones, Sco++ Long, Joe Gaslon Aubrey Bolen 5 202 47" Coach McCann explains offense io Troians. ' I I Team huddles around coaches for advice. Pre-game warmups I Trojans begin season with win Ray Quinney passes 'ro Joe Nardini. Ed Jones fires cross-courf pass Ray Quinney confrols +l'ae Hp. F fa ,ff -1 ,Q Q.. -N-.Q f""""i pf ffl? W! , in Team effort: Key to victory ..., ' E, A K1 ei ig 1,1 ,.., 5 .,.. , , 1- rf k 'W X I f ee-.e fm' 1 'gf 1' Q4 'rf ., 5- I' 'f' JSJI,-7' 13 his W -I r-. W 4 K - .1 p A - . 59 'i A U N ,. H, Ui Q Shih J W ' ' 5,,ix,A-1,t XX 'Q Nardini muscles in for Two. Bolen for an easy fwo. Leapin' Leonard scores again. 205 06 ABOVE: Wally Morris leaps for a sl'mo+. RIGHT: Ed Jones ou'riumps a defender. Joe Gas+on gefs a shof off in +raHic. f Q .di Q 4' f ' ff Charlie Liming fires for +wo more. Joe Gasfon quarherbacks a fasf break. Two more poinfs for 'rhe Men of Troy. 7 M ,i w , Q 'w fiwff 2 ff: f we 5 Q Individual talent displayed by Trojans L r i V r r v V Q E Ray Quinney jumps high for rebound. Joe Gas+on grabs a sfray sl'1o+ fxnoflwer win in '73 for fhe Trojans. 'f' ,,,, Hustle - synonymous with l.V.'s Bolh leams ready for a crucial foul sl'mo+. if 5 as-f -ef ABOVE: Ezra Jones se+s up llwe offense. RIGHT: David Malfempi leaps fo conlrol llme lip. 210 John Francis displays good form. Bernard Reed aHemp+s a hook shol. 44 L +o R: Tony Johnson, John Francis, Judson Reynolds, Don Hamilfon, Bernard Reed, Bill Dearman, David Mal+empi, Darrel Car mouche, Richard Coafney, MaH Wilkinson, Roberf Burns, Ezra Jones, George Lyons. KNEELING: Coach Don Shows. x , w EWR w E "' 4. x www- 1. 2,32 , 139542 - ,l l x , jx, Thinclads yield vvinning dividends This year, Tor The TirsT Time, The Epic has made an eTTorT To give our Track Team The emphasis iT deserves. A.S.l'l.'s Track Team and cross-counTry members have proved Themselves a group oT Tine and capable aThleTes who are devoTed To The "cause." Regional and sTaTewide recogniTion has been received by The Trackmen Trom l97O-l973. ln l97O, iTs TirsT year, The Team goT oTT To a greaT sTarT by Taking Third in DisTricT. l97l and l972 produced The TiTle oT DisTricT Runners-up as well as several championship Trophies in oTher meeTs. This year, The Team carried on iTs winning TradiTion and soared To new heighTs wiTh a parTicularly ouTsTand- ing honor, as l973 broughT our cross-counTry To success unequaled in preceding years when They were recognized as 2nd in STaTe. Honors such as These are achieved only Through a Tremendous amounT oT hard work and diligence. On almosT any given day Track members can be seen running and working ouT on our Tine grassTex Track. Thus iT is easy To see why our Trophy case conTinues To be Tilled wiTh Track and cross-counTry Trophies. l970 l97I l97I l972 l972 I973 TRACK REVIEW Track Team - 3rd in DisTricT Track Team - 2nd in DisTricT Cross CounTry - lsT in DisTricT Track Team - 2nd in DisTricT Cross CounTry - lsT in DisTricT Cross CounTry - 2nd in STaTe ieim, l w HW' , . i N I, , J' Ei! ' R 1, .1 41 ig T me ' , Wi 1 - , J ' Q k 5 , .X 1VW,.N' Ji -l T A V, W psy :A K A , 3 X My . 1 i V I TWAQW - fini, , T ' Wi QT A s , y if 4. ,T ' T-roj as , Ag g f 5 l. 4 ls, ' Nff T W 1, J T W ., .affirm A l ww - 5 ' 5 5 A , ,rkl i ,f'L Ks' I 7 A , w w ! , ' . A f I L L s 'Y' ""f1,ig"s ' T - l"' as ,,,,3 T' 'T T ris " T lsT Row: Ricky WhaTley, Hank PraTs, STeve Marcum, Randy Williams, David KleinpeTer, Lynn Keyes, James Perry, Greg Tennie STeve Hickman, 2nd Row: Terry Moreau, Glenn CorTello, Rick Mayer, David Rhodes, Chip Johnson, Mark Harlan, John Joiner, Bill Glover, Mike Vidrine, Gary Crane: 3rd Row: STan BerTheaud, David CoaTney, David Cruz, Aubrey Bolen, John Carnes, Louie Harwell, STeve BerTl'1eaud, Bobby Flynn, Larry Michels, Ronnie Buzefla, Coach BenTon, Jim WaTTs. 214 My Q' .ili mix 'H L . ,Q ussis a g! T ' ,I ,.,, .. m s a 5 Oli - xxx wx a elk kr . .- A kr 'IIN .R V Af. 2 Lis s ius A ius uuls T 5 E ' Q' f - ' T 1 ' nfl Q -771, Q if "Wg ."k Xl 1, Q' Q "'. 5, - T 1 1 G 1 P sii if ' TOP: Aubrey Bolen qers fhe kinks out TOP RIGHT: Sian Berfheaud prepares for a vaull. BOTTOM RIGHT: David Cruz unleashes anofher loss wifh his iavelin. FAR TOP RIGHT: Several sprinlers praclice s+ar'rs. FAR BOTTOM RIGHT: Gary Crane gracefully sfeps a hurdle, .. ,zsl . ' Q P "ew!KsAey . ,, Q sf iiii y WR: 1. A 5 5 "Ml i ' ' ' 1' R P . ,s., H A A T. :,., M. , . 3. , . T T ,R ss"s. f '- 2 "" , , ,f l fs..- -W i , K ,rm g-ps ,. .A 1 rv' ' R ' ' f mg K K ,W is 2 - 11-is .aus 'ff fa g f' I - 1 , 3 it -wax? 555'-Q T A Af K 6? Qs si' K, ,, , we 'W ,. , we 1 Q Mp 1 ni' " ff ,wi 'FU' X X JRC' iw 17' 5 , ,Z 11 'H J xl ' 3. ,. fi- 5 Wg ALexANoR1A smzcsn ' Wm amy 'gk ar KM-rmw-N2-H Gilt' . ,..,, Qxlk Y Ib K- A 2 Cross Country team takes second in state W David Rhodes Glenn Coriello Chip Johnson CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: ls+ Row: Sieve Marcum, Hank Pra+s, Sieve Hickman, Lynn Keyes: 2nd Row: John Joiner, Rick M Chip Johnson, David Rhodes, Glenn Cor+ello, David Coa+ney. E t W ayer John Joiner David Coa+ney ,..,--.Vi . .,..,, , , , M , K W Trojan leffermen sfand wifh a few of 'iheir many +rophies. ls+ Row: Glenn Cor+ello, Chip Johnson, David Rhodes, John Joiner: 2nd Row: Ricky Wha+iey, Sian Beriheaud, David Coainey, Gary Crane. Noi Picfuredz Aubrey Bolen and Ray Quinney. 7 saggy -sw N Q f ' 1 W , , N 'mg Q I 4 59" -.5 r W Q K1 f'- S' w . vi an QW-W5 www X. wigif 'W Q H5724 ,, Qgyg, im ggi, 5 5 -F' Golfers strive for excellence wi .-A nollwer good slwol Sam Anlony sinks crucial pull. OL TEAlv1 MEMBERS: L +o R: Sieve Ball, Pal Coughlin, ScoH Emery, Dick Humphries, Sam An'l'ony HHH Team strives for statewide recognition .wa ,fw- X4 ' - F ny' L fo R: Ka+hy Frank, Julie Mobley, and Jan Daiy. Proper form a musf. Coach Felix Thomas W...-V 1 ,.,,... - ,A SRP ,w if K Si. iw incur ,Aiwa . ' f 37 ' x K X L 'ro R: Richard Evans, Ben WaH'on, David Kleinpe+er, and Mike Schroll. a 4 6 29 ' I 04,1 ..,p. SWE 4' 1 ra JJ I ra 4. n 1 a i 1 1 3 4,"f' ,xii ...ya Swimmers dive into successful seaso H ,..,,s...W TEAM CAPTAINS: Wanda Gabour, Mike O'Brien, and Ramona On your mark, gel' set go!! Cole. - 4- FN V L Y ., ff ,,, ON BOARD: L To R: Chris Ewing, Davida McNu'H, Ca+hy Holland, Michele Bern+, Dana Dungan, Donnis Duco+e, Mary Bellino, Sharon O'Brien, Ramona Cole, Wanda Gabour. ON LADDER: Den- nis LeBlanc, Greg Elling+on. STANDING: Bernard Taylor, Eddie For+e, Mike O'Brien, Richard Pearson, Tripp Dungan, Chuck Bu'Her'field, Pele Willis+on. f , y l i -"- " . iw. Coach Golma n 4 l s g H , W-. Z" 1 K, Q , , Q ' fi . .1 f -1531 , Qc. 1 .fe QW- '- c , ww' 01, 5 fl A , 4 'gb . 5 , E, iv' 1 5 ., 5? 'uf' ,Q Jw 5' 4 fi wf - 'bf :evg9ffg"5'- Y . If J 4 K' A 1 J' ""P' i W 'T H, , w, ,J ,.' Maw wif : v- A . MJJ r 15 W, out I The SPOTLIGHT glows on Fea+ures and fhose s+uden1's who play leading roles in our school life. Aclually, fhis encompasses each and every s+uden'r al' A.S.H., for +o quole Nalhaniel Haw+horne, "Every individual has a place +o fill in lhe world, and is impor+an+, in some respec+, whe'rher he chooses 'lo be or no'r." However, 'rhere are always +hose wi+h ou+s+anding abilily and charm who choose +0 use +heir abiliiies and personalilies +o 'furfher fhemselves in one area or anolher. They have a warmlh which draws a response from all wi+h whom lhey come in con+ac+. These achieve posi+ions of honor. The A.S.H. Leads - Personable enough fo aHrac+ people Persevering enough +0 develop po'I'en+ial. QM! QM Mmm 5579! QWAJW cya ,f Lg! Zgbby CMWWW mm Wm Sim Wm JM qi 7 I' . . . Q Q U, N KN if 'ff !j6'f?7K L05 "Lf 'fzfifqafjafzf x 'J f ' ' 4' 5 Lf?---U2 7 0 iq Z0 MQ 01 1 gf 'fglfef Jf 46? 16140 3g,gg7LdQlg Q 1f6l2'!74MisQwcf fU'ff'f' Qffwfg' A ,QW wwf! Qbwf Q9796 Ligue giwsf fem! '7 My i11f77xw4Q!6!L6 X2 X 2 30 gm am gui Jfaw gfmg MEM Q5Wz Umm QU"-'QN MWQWMNWW M' 66458171 QM, Am QM UWM QW UWM mul Lffmvw WMM UWM Www QW Qfmfidf UWM Mm , Jima dw' UWM QM mm, QW dm QM! W5 QXZUUIWU UWM W Q MM Qgwkvfwu CMM gm, ww Saggififv UWM Li Qin Qmzm A ft Q ' - -. iw ff- ? iitt it l tx 5 i t 14 ff l, i David Rhodes and Betty Je Belvin Pat-on-the-Back Recipients E 'i i .Y , 'E , 'KM l sim' , , N1 . 1 . sgzfx, N: Qi i- , X - .M favs, 1 ,.., ei. , 3 , Q EMM isa c iggl , 959' ,s .K 1. ,, .fesnfglc vm Y We 4 at X v, H Q I Q Q 1 , ,, - i N i 'W 3 ,Q . Q'-Ml ws. 3 SEQ I s ef gig ,.,t LE1,.' , -, rd asf .. ' fi Winners Commended Avvarded, Encouraged "Pai-on-'rhe-Back Recipienrsu are +wo srudenfs whom ihe enlire A.S.l-'l. faculry considers io be The mosr deserving of praise, recognirion, and supporr. Their qualifies and personalilies represenf lhe epirome of 'rrue American vouih. They possess skill, leadership, a desire 'ro serve Their school and communiry, and a basic respecr for +oday's socieiy which commands respecr from o+hers. Remarkably enough lhey are ihe siudenls who leasl need encouragemenf or an imaginary "pai on The back," for +hey have discovered and accepied for fhemselves whar is imporfani and Therefore deserve To "par +hemselves on rhe back." Congrarularions 'ro a pair of indusrrious Troians. 'X 'qu X X71 M - e.fs5QQmV7':., . . iz.-wk-v hr' V- fffia X. If ,fr-.:5QE,'. . fb in e - ,Q , ,,.. - 97 Ari' r 'f we M ly 'ly - 'jj ash - ff' K, N , I -X 14 1973 Senior Personalities Most Athletic Christy Mi ler Danny Cheney Finest Character Susan Cray Charlie McBride ,K - ,mr Q . sw: ,. Most Talented Donna Sikes Norman Rax Friendliest Brenda Ball Charlie Lirning Most Likely to Succeed Betty lo Belvin Rob Lovvrey Wittiest Eleanor King Rory Alexander Most School Spirited Linda Martin jim Watts Cutest Ginger Moore Glenn Cortello 24 .M if gag Lk,L ,, I gg 1 17 , - 1 pf" '? f X I ,fx lxlyk 9, zf 2 ggi ., ,,.. Wi? is ,f 1 David Coa+ney Donna Jo Walfon VVho's Who Who's Who members are jus+ rhaf - Msiudenrs who" are known for Their coniribulions of energies and abiliiies io A.S.H. The A.S.H. iaculry is afforded ihe opporrunily fo besiow lhis honor on five girls and five boys. Vofes are fal- lied and 'rhe Ten seniors who receive ihe mos? voies become fhe represeniafives of ihe Tradifional and respecied Who's Who. David Coafney has been a member of ihe Track Team for four years and Cross Couniry for ihree. He is a 'rwo year member of The Leo Club and is now serving as preside-ni. David was a member of fhe Spanish Club his firs+ 'rwo years of high school. A ihree year member of Troyans and Dolphine-Hes, Donna Jo Walfon is Vice-Presideni of bofh organizafions. She is a member of F. S. A. and Nahonal Honor Sociely and was chosen for Louisiana Girls' Slafe. Rob Lowrey is presenlly serving 'rhree organizarions as Trea- surer. +he Leo Club. ihe Nahonal Honor Socie+y, and 'rhe Senior Class. Rob is also Sporfs Edifor ol lhe EPIC and a member of Thespians, an in+erna+ional honorary speech organizarion. Rob Lowrey 245 246 Frances Huffman, chosen as a delegaTe Tor Louisiana Girls' STaTe, is Vice-PresidenT Tor The NaTional Honor SocieTy. She is a STudenT Corps Worker and has been Vice-PresidenT OT The LaTin Club and Junior Class Treasurer. Frances is also a member oT The ConcerT Choir and Alexandrians. A member oT Alexandrians and Honor Choir, BeTTy Jo Bel- vin also served as accompanisT Tor ConcerT Choir. She has also served as secreTary Tor her class Tor Two years and was Vice-PresiclenT oT F. S. A. ln addiTion, she is a member oT NaTional Honor SocieTy. Charlie McBride was a Three year member oT concerT band, a Three year member oT The Jazz Ensemble, and a Three year member oT The Band Council. He is now in The NaTional Honor SocieTy and has been a member oT boTh The Key Club and The l.aTin Club. Tommy STovall's year has been a very busy one as he is serving as presidenT oT boTh Thespians and NaTional Honor SocieTy, He is in The Top Ten PercenT oT his class and has served as secreTary oT The Leo Club. Susan Gray, now serving as secreTary oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy, is The presidenT oT The French Club and Troyans. She has been a homeroom represenTaTive and a member oT Troyans Tor Three years. Carolyn Cole, Miss Alexandria Senior High, served as presi- denT oT The STudenT Council in her junior year and secreTary in her senior year. She is a synchroneTTe and This year organized The annual Alsac drive. David Rhodes, chosen as Mr. Alexandria Senior High. is a Two year member oT The Cross CounTry, All DisTricT. and All Cenla Traclc Teams. He is presidenT oT The STudenT Council and is a member oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy. He also had The leading role in "The PerTecT ldioT." 5 T i BeTTy Jo Belvrn Charlie McBride f X -Mv..,,,,kNY K ,H W2- wv-NX X 51 1 x I X I! :Lv , mf! ji if 1 I ky K f" l ' N' I , x ' X Tommy Sfovall Carolyn Cole Susan Gray David Rhodes 24 Homecoming Court The eigh+ girls who make up our Homecoming Courl' are selecTed by The enTire sTudenT body. To be eligible Tor The preliminary balloT each girl musT sell aT leasT Tive season TooTball TickeTs in an eTTorT To raise money Tor The Team. The queen and The seven girls who make up The courT represenT A.S.H. during The Homecoming parade and, escorTed by Their TaThers, are presenTed aT The Homecoming TooTball game. For weeks in advance, clubs and classes work To prepare TloaTs Tor The parade, spiriT Tags are sold, The Homecoming dance is planned, and everyone willing To Take up a brush is recruiTed To painT spiriT-boosTing signs. The culminaTion oT all This advance preparaTion is The Homecoming game iTselT. Each Troian waTches wiTh pride as The players Take Their places on The Tield. Memories oT The Homecoming pep rally and expecTaTion oT The Homecoming dance To Tollow add To The exciTemenT oT The game. AT halT-Time our band plays as The CourT walks Through The Troyan honor guard. ATTer The girls are lined up Tacing The crowd, Mr. Bamburg crowns The queen as everyone in The sTands rises To give The girls a sTanding ovaTion. This is Homecoming - This is The Homecoming we will all remember. LEFT: Ginger Moore, Queen. BELOW LEFT: Annie McBride, Maid oT Honor. BELOW: Linda Marfin, TirsT maid. l 2 4 1 ,xi ,. , 'C . T 1 V . ,f,k A-gif:-ij gsfaGfifazs s2 .ar iii ' ,, S5 9-ggi 'Y sk 5 . 1973 Basketball Cou rt Basketball Players Select Their Court Each year the basketball players choose the girls they wish to serve on the Basketball Court. The girls are tormally presented to the audience by the players at a basketball game. The names ot the girls who compose the court are announced weeks ahead ot time, but their order and the gueen's name are not revealed until the night ot the game. The year ot '73 brought a continuation ot the tradition ot naming an annual Basketball Court. OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: Entire Basketball Court. BOTTOM LEFT: Susan Gray, tirst maid. BOTTOM CENTER: Terry Wagner, second maid. BOTTOM RIGHT: Ginger Moore, third maid. LEFT: Queen, Carolyn Cole, receiving her roses. BELOW LEFT: Linda Martin, tourth maicl. BELOW CEN- TER: Cindy Graham, titth maid. BELOW RIGHT: Daphne Bullock, sixth maid. - i ,- 3 ,4,,,,, , 45' - 2 Gita, 47 ff ,0,,. ,, A A V , .Z Lg S 1-,gr ,Aw ,Q 4 My f a ' " J . ,V ,f , L . ,. M n I V 5 V ity Q 1 4 ,Mn A Xt . , A v . , , NX ' 'YF f X 'W'!2ff.Q, 'Q' Q: , Ki-W' 'M Q, qu V , 'v I " ,L 7 . 4 yamigg f, V M' xl - ,,,' ff fgfxx x -4 59-it ,N s 3 1. QSWZMMQQ W -gmwemmmgawaim w . 4' I ! t , WI f my iz A .f I ,.,f . .433 , .W,M- WA ,, :H+ N -f-:sig-,EL , WG-...Q V Y,-. YA ' Q Q .' f ,lfo.A..x . "- 6' 5 ff' puny ix A' 4 is . J' A A a A,,,,w . , . x. 4.61.1 au.. . ,. V MQW 1T Mm cm and film QM 256 Pelican State Aslc a Pelican STaTer whaT he ThoughT oT his week long expe- diTion inTo The myThical 5lsT sTaTe which Torms The basis ol: Pelican STaTe, and you will receive various answers. However, all sTudenTs selecTed by The TaculTy To aTTend The evenT will agree ThaT iT is an experience To remember - one ThaT pro- vided a new environmenT, new friends, and new levels OT unclersTanding aboul' our governmenT. ln addiTion, They spenT counTless hours wriTing speeches and campaigning in an eTTorT To be elecTed To a governmenTal posT. Girls' and Boys' STaTe gives parTicipaTing sTudenTs an accu- raTe and someTimes overwhelming look aT our American sys- Tem. These "ciTizens" acfually "acT ouT" The process of wriTing and presenTing bills, Torming campaign plaTTorms, and serving as various governmenTal oTTicials. lvlosT oT all They learn by doing. These are TuTure communiTy, sTaTe, and even world leaders geTTing a "head sTarT." Pel-STaTe parTicipanTs are Those young people who have no use Tor second hand informa- Tion. lniTiaTive and drive prompTs Them To discover The under- lying power oT our naTion Tor Themselves. Dineen Dyer Susie Vann Frances Huffman Donna Jo Wal+on 1: cia ,a i.,r iii. ar iisai .IM in ABOVE: KNEELING: Susie Vann, Donna Jo WalTon-. STANDING-: Frances Huffman, Dineen Dyer. Sfan Ber+heaud Rob Lowrey Tommy S+ovaIl Jerry Green Thomas Norman Jim WaHs ABOVE: Jim Wa'Hs, Rob Lowrey, Thomas Norman, Jerry Green, S+an Berfheaud, Tommy Sfovall. 2 58 Top ten The sludenls who are in The Top Ten percenl of The graduaring class are rhose who have reached True suc- cess - rhey have achieved honor and have received a reward Tor a iob well done. While all Top Ten per- cenlers are sruclenrs who realize Thai A.S.H. is basi- cally a place Tor learning - a place +o prepare Io advance To higher levels of educalion, mosl OT These sludenls are also acrively involved in A.S.H. acliviries. Many are familiar faces around campus as 'rhey work for various clubs and orqanizalions. Yer They have noi devialed from Iheir parh of learning. Their high ranlc- ings represenr hard work and superior minds. Who knows where Iheir abiliiy will Ialce Them? RIGHT: FIRST ROW: BeHy Jo Belvin, Sylvia Clark. SEC- OND ROW: Tommy Slovall, Mary Alice Hill. BELOW: FIRST ROW: Donna Jo Walfon, Susie Vann, Dineen Dyer. SECOND ROW: Ginger Moore, Ramona Cole, Eleanor King. OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: FIRST ROW: Kaihryn Hann, Monica Parnell, Gay LaMarche, David Rhodes. SECOND ROW: S+an Beriheaud, Ann Gaspar, Frances Huffman, Sharon O'Brien. BOTTOM LEFT: FIRST ROW: Kafhy Voigf, Heidi Dengel. SECOND ROW: Brenda Marfin, Alan Orr. THIRD ROW: Janei Anderson, Rob Lowrey. BOTTOM RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Pafricia Brown, Karen Perry, Karen Clarlr. SECOND ROW: Mar+ha Gray, Cynfhia Kelley, Ka+hy Jackson. NOT PICTURED: Ca+hy Smi+h, Charlie McBride. percent of Senior Class S Y eff' -vcmgf ,f n ,451 ,, . so C ,Q Q21 as Qiifiigs .ei we E I .3 'KQV 1f"""s recognized for outstanding work K , t - :mt-. .ue -. 259 260 ,. 2 .... fl' f 1 ., .' X p, L -,hwg , I fr s 4 . Q R I j ' s FAR TOP LEFT: MAN- AGER, Dineen Dyer. FAR TOP RIGI-IT: ASSISTANT MAN- AGER, Bobby Ryder. FAR BOTTOM LEFT: TOP SALESMAN, PaHi Tullis. FAR BOTTOM RIGHT: SPONSOR. Mrs. Calherine Boren. ABOVE: Serving on 'rhe Business Slalfz Palfi Tul- lis, Chris Hayne, Judy Caplan, Drew Wolf. LEFT: Business Slalf Salesmenz Isl Row: Pa'Hi Tullis, Dineen Dyer, Bobby Ryder. 2nd Row: Judy Caplan, Mary Tur- ren+ine, Kris'I'i Klossner, Lisa Easferling, LaureH'a Ross. 3rd Row: Tracy Wall, Sue Guilliams, Mary Samson, Mary Pe+re, Fai+h Poole, Zhan Couvillion. 4+h Row: Diane Dauzaf, Tarus Sianfield, Carol Barn- hardf, Jan Daiy, Susan Norman, Laurie Red- mond. 5+h Row: Charles BuHerfieId, Chris Hayne, Dale Morgan, Drew Wolf, Rory Alexander, Billy Jones. NOT SI-IOWN: Joyce S+an- field. . , W . ,, , f ,Y fy - W H , , N, .V vc V, V, .. W - 4 ty' V -in 4 - ,iq :,. . . V , Q -K 5 ,X f ,7- . 8. M , M .ft K. ,. Af 'i f h ' AV Xk" WF . Q, V '- -:J I' ' - Lys Y. ' 49.7 V gr, W , M. AA,,, 7,4 'H "Y ff' 1 ' ff' 1' M . 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E P I C E D I T 0 R I A L S T A F F 1972-73 64 STAFF Ediror-in-Chiefs Linda Mann Associale Edilor Mickey Riche Advisor Mrs. Palricia Cypherl' Sporls Edilor Rob Lowrey Associale Sporls Edi1'or S+an Berrheaud Associale Sporls Edilor Don Winn Associale Sporls Edilor Tom Hoyl Organizalions Edilor Eleanor King Asso. Organizalions Ed. Susie Vann Fealures Edilor Vela Gibson Asso. Fea+ures Edi+or Sydnie Kohara Facully Edilor Julie Mobley Asso. Facully Ed. Mark Wilkerson Scholaslic Ed. lSeniorsl Ka+hy Mosley Asso. Senior Class Ed. Brenda Ball Junior Class Edi+or Annie McBride Asso. Jr. Class Ed. Pam l'lal'away Sophomore Class Edi+or Pam Hall Asso. Soph. Class Ed. Melanie Crump Freshman Class Edilor Lisa Ivy Asso. Freshman Class Ed. Mike Mongue Adverlising Edi'l'or Rory Alexander Index Edilor Pafricia Brown Pholographer Chris Hayne Pholographer Palrick Smilh Copy Edilor Linda Mann ABOVE: Pam Hall and Melanie Crump BELOW: Julie Mobley and Mark Wilkerson gr Eleanor King and Susie Vann fxx fxf x Nfxixfx . xx! :X wi' v x. X! 'xfxxxfxfxxfxxxf . Rfkffafiixfikfimf''X f . , I N X5 X,f'xfN?f'Nf A i ,fankrfj ,K K X, J , 2 Fi N23 Y wi X X fx! jf,-ik Xxx Vefa Gibson and Sydnie Kohara wx! MXN! XX'! x ,fx Ax N! X X fxlfx i,iiQ N f5,.-fxx, XE fx Q b iii fx XXX' N N gf iiiii i ff' 'X ' X i R H XX 'XX 'XX 'X ' f x fxx 5 A KAY ,uf fag' 'fn me 41 5 K vt i V y v ,,f, , Q 'fallen Q Jah: 'LH Sfan Berfheaud and Rob Lowrey s 2 2 4 5 11 1 l I Mike Mongue and Lisa Ivy Kafhy Mosley and Brenda Ball 66 Rory Alexander and Pa'I'ricia Brown G Annie McBride and Pam Ha'I'away -A-' -mf--:fx5f:,,".s5 '- .A -W' .NX , , ' g, Y fi'gk57xf?35:f5'5f'a??'53w?.Q' 5 ll: , f - M. W .A V, A- - .,,4,4.L21i'V -- W giyf Y , ,.. 'fx-, T 1 'Q 0,g:,,f2f5 " fqpgl . 4, . Q Ai-:Q N---- . .ki g f ' .2 -g5,,,d,N 3:21, n A Chris Hayne and Pafrick Smi+h 267 268 44 ,- Sal k ' uv ' V 9 K, lo M sizw i 3 v :A + Ji. . azyfi f H A Mrs. Patricia Cyphert Mickey Richa Advisor Associate Editor -.E 4...1eq, And so "THE CURTAIN FALLS" on The year I972-73. On hopes - dreams - accomplishrnenTs. On a year oT clress cocles - Teacher ,f""' TransTers - ancl a snowsTorml WheTher "on-sTage" wiTh school acTiviTies - or "oTT- sTage" wiTh exTrai curricular - every sTuclenT has rnacle his conTribuTion ancl all The parTs have TiT - one To The oTher - To creaTe The whole. The Tinal resulT has been a year oT involvemenT. W To The conTinuiTy oT The TuTure - Tor "The curTain Talls" . . .only To rise again. e look WMP'- Linda Mann Editor .w',, y 'wibiwi G W 3 ,Jia no TT' L2 1 'W an 26 70 PRODUCERS ACME GLASS - 276 ADAMS PEST CONTROL - 283 AFCO INDUSTRIES - 273 ALEXANDER AND BOLTON - 284 ALEXANDRIA BUSINESS MACHINES - 273 ALEXANDRIA IRON AND SUPPLIES - 283 ALEXANDRIA LINCOLN-MERCURY - 273 ALEXANDRIA VOLKSWAGEN - 276 MRS. ALLEN'S CLASSES - 288 AYMOND PLUMBING AND HEATING - 277 RICHARDSON AYRES SKELLY OIL - 282 BAPTIST BOOK STORE - 286 BIALY'S - 286 BORDELON'S SAW AND TREE COMPANY - 289 BROWN-ROBERTS - 286 BUTTERFIELD'S SHOW AND SEW - 289 CANDACE AND TIFFANY'S 274 CAPLANS - 285 W. A. CARRUTH - 278 CITY OF ALEXANDRIA - 27I CLARK-DUNBAR - 279 BOB CROTTY'S LAWN AND GARDEN SERVICE - 276 MRS. CYPHERT'S HOMEROOM - 277 MR. DOTSON'S HOMEROOM - 278 DRESSER INDUSTRIES - 282 EFFIE'S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE - 289 FRENCH CLUB - 274 GEM JEWELERS - 277 CHARLES GEORGE'S AAA AUTO PARTS - 273 G.R.A. - 287 W. T. GRANT - 277 GUARANTY BANK - 272 GUS KAPLANS - 279 HANDYMAN BUILDING SUPPLY - 289 CompIimenI's of JACK HARLAN - 289 HATHORN TRANSFER AND STORAGE - 277 HEMENWAY'S - 283 HOLSUM BREAD - 285 J-M POULTRY - 279 JONES OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. - 27I KAY'S SHOE STORE - 283 KLOTHES KLOSET - 284 CompIimen+s of JACK KOHARA - 276 LAFAYETTE RADIO ELECTRONICS - 279 CompIimenI'S of CARROLL LANIER - 276 LOUISIANA INDUSTRIES - zaz LOUISIANA WI-IOLESALE AND DISTRIBUTORS - 274 MANSOUR'S JEWELRY - 289 MARTIN BUILDING SUPPLY - 277 THE MCCRATI-I FAMILY - 276 MID-STATE HONDA - 286 MRS. MOCK'S I-IOMEROOM - 278 MYSTIOUE WIOS - zao NEI-II BOTTLING CO. - 284 MRS. O'QUINN'S I-IOMEROOM - 27I OWL FINE FOODS - zao PATTON'S JEWELRY - 284 MRS. PEARCE'S I-IOMEROOM - 27I RAPIDES BANK - 275 RED RETTLE GRILL - 289 REDMOND PI-IARMACY - 289 REED'S TYPEWRITER - zaz ROBERTSON FORD - zas ROBO CARWASH - 282 SCI-INACICS - 283 SCOTT TRUCK AND TRACTOR - zB4 SEARS - 278 JAMES SEWELL AND CHUCK ALBEN - 289 MRS. SHAW'S HOMEROOM - 282 SOUTHERN CHEVROLET - 279 STANDARD PRINTING CO. - 286 STANFIELD SUPER SERVICE - 28I STAR ELECTRIC CO. - 280 STATE FARM INSURANCE - 28I CompIimenI's of RICHARD STERKX - 276 LARRY STERNE'S ADVERTISING ART - 28I SUE'S FLOWER SHOP - 289 TONY'S APPLIANCE CENTER - 279 TRAVELODGE - 280 TURRENTINE CO. - 280 UNCLE ALBERT'S FRIED CHICKEN - 283 U.S. NAVY - 28I E. S. VOELKER CO. - 276 WALKER-ROEMER DAIRIES - 285 WALKER OLDSMOBILE - 273 WASSON REAL ESTATE - 280 WEISS AND GOLDRING - 286 WELLAN'S - 274 WESTGATE MERCHANTS - 28I ROBERT WOLF, REALTOR - 28I I0+h GRADE Y-TEENS - 289 r-Q , 117, 13fl 111335 ...L CITY OF ALEXANDRIA MRS. PEARCE'S HOMERGOM MRS. 0 QUINN S HOMEROOM JONES OFFICE EQUIPMENT co. P. O. Box I392 Alexandria, Louisiana Ah Guaranty Bank WF ffXI!Q.E'PES.LEE2G'llEA2!?DW! Alexandria Lincoln Mercury 444. Jackson S+. -El H lllllllil-E55 Cdgkafzlw igeofcyefi . -lf A A A AFCO . s., INDUSTRIES I AuTo PARTS, lNC.l I I1 :TTI 1 Q SUB BDLTDN AVENUE 5902 EHREVEFDRT H NDRIA, LOUISIANA PINEVILLET LDLIIE UN: 443-IEIDB PHONE 640-95 325 DeSOTO STREET A, P 2 B L5085 1 WALKER OLDSMOBILE CO. INC. ll l6I6 MacAr+l1ur Dr. Alexandria, Louisiana 7I30I 27 274 :george RAW ? nik. ,511 "' 3, wv '23 'L - J' J -'!l3i31.:w' 1, ' V L L. ff fe .., Vw-, , .ejfvfzesiff , - , , . ig, ' .ev X . meme- iw?,? . . Lzzaiiivilifi ,, M. . A e 1 4 'fwifi ' 'E' . ,fi W 'HS 5iix'i!i?5i,u', . 3 French club members counfed leH'ers and envelopes ancl made up kifs. MRS. ANASTASlO'S FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY AIDS HEART FUND Louisiana Wholesale a ncl 0 Dis'rribu+ors 2 8 Appli ances 'L W 487-4:72 Telephones 487-4353 i CAN DACE 8. TlFFANY's Flower sf Gif+ Shop Q Mrs. Alice M. Bruce - Rebef+ F. Bruce - Owners 320 Jol1ns+on Sl. Alexandria, La To The Leaders of Tomorrow . . Students of Alex. Senior High A friendly welcome awaits school-age boys and girls at the Rapides Bank C1 Trust Co. Many of you are already our patrons and we say "Thank You" tor your confi- 5 dence. srl Q? To those ot you who are not currently using our modern S banking facilities, we extend a cordial invitation to you to come by and visit us in Alexandria oiMu21!LP2eville. XJ? WV 54' , I ,' o , 'N . Ml, wMf4A7il?'6Wh My -Wil A I JL , ' 554327 L ' lt fy iwwlly ' l y WWW l Vii o r 9 fi V ' V ' 1- il .r A-l ,..s li..-tis-L,..,t H l f 4 4 - l l . VgM+,1L.,fcV,,mf W-0f1f?M,affw,5 N -1- iffgww' X 'Me ix as TRUST COMPANY ALEXANDFQIA Q I:IllfIEXflLl..E R More if X ssl V ix X ,ss Y 'S N T W QL 275 76 C0mPIimen+s of CompIimen'rs of THE MCGRATH FAMILY JACK KOHARA Complimenfs of Bes+ Wishes +0 +he EPIC RICHARD STERKX from Commercial Ar+is+ Depar+men+ of Finance and U+iIi+ies Acme GLASS co. Zamgfete glue Sowcce PH- 442-4466 AIIXANDRIA, LA Alexandria Volkswagen, Inc. 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M ZS MANSOUR'S 37 A JEWELRYWQ7 ,I V Col'T1Plimen+ ! '01-I., Mfg 652-mf' GRA 'Zim V AMN, WM, my Y-TEE Ts A VSWN AM E K JAMES SEWELL 81 CHUCK ALBEN 'ff T suE's FLQWER sl-IOP BORDELON'S SAW 84 TREE SURGERY REDMOND PHARMACY RED KETTLE GRILL EFFIE'S RESTAURANT HANDYMAN BUILDER and LOUNGE BUTTERFIELD'S SHOW 8: SEW CompIimen+s of Complimen+s of a Friend JACK HARLAN LL XQTMMQ5 jcmkm. 30 CLMQQJ. 5jHf7L3 QTMWZTMO Allen, Mr. John 7 26 Allen, Mrs. Thelma 7 2I Anaslasio, Mrs. Florence 7 22. 48 Andrews, Mr. Claude 7 32 Bamburg, Mr. R. Raymond 7 I8 Barham, Mrs. Nancy 7 24, 25. I52 Beall, Mrs. Grace 7 3I. 72, l58 Benlon, Mr. Roberl I-I. 7 34, 35 2l3 Boren, Mrs. Calherine B. 7 24, 260 Boyd. Mr. Levalor 7 I9 Brady, Mr. Slephen 7 29 Brandow, Mrs. David 7 26 Brodnax, Mr, Randy 7 32. I67 Brown, Mrs. Sara 7 36 Bulcher, Mrs. Diane 7 20 Campbell, Mrs. Junee S. 7 32, 33 Carler, D. 7 37 Chealham, Mrs. Bess 7 36 Cockrell, Mr. J. I-I. 7 24 Coleman, Mrs. Dorolhy 7 36 Coleman, Lucinda 7 37 Connella, Mr.William E. 7 29. I66 Cooper, Mr. Earl 7 24 nA., Abshire, Kalhy 7 79, I42, I45 Adams. Don 7 I I3 Adams. Fred 7 79, I4I, I42, I43. l45, I52 Adams. Tommy 7 77, l88, I96 Aderhold, Darryl 7 43, I36, I58 Agnew, Wallon 7 95, l4l, l45, I46. I76, l78 Akins, Angie 7 43, I42 Alben, Pam 7 43.45, I4O. I49 Albrighl. Darrel 7 43, 59, I34, l4I, I42, I43, l45, l7O Albrighl. Alexande Alexande 25l Alexande Alexande Alexande 232. Bud 7 95, I42, l45 r, Barbara 7 I I3 ruaay 7 95, i7i, 242. r, Lucinda 7 95 r, Paul -- II3, I42 r. Rory'7 42, 43. 64, 26l, 269 Allen, Diane 7 95 Allen, Sheryl 7 I I3 Anderson, Charles 7 79 Anderson, Donila 7 43 Anderson, Dorolhy 7 43, I62 Anderson, James 7 I I3 Anderson, Janel 7 43, l5O, 259 Anderson, Rosalind 7 79 Anderson, Saddie 7 I I3 Anderson, Slephanie 7 I I3 Anderson, Terry 7 95 Anlee, Cindy 7 95 Anlee, Larry 7 43, l88, l98 Anlony, Sam 7 2l9 Anlwine, Alberlha 7 95 Anlwine, Edna 7 79 Anlwine, Elmer 7 I I3 Anlwine, Michael 7 95 Armand. Glen 7 I I3 Armand, Michael 7 I I3 Armslead, Armell 7 I I3 Armslead, Virginia 7 79 Armslrong, Jean 7 79 Armslrong, Mark 7 43 Armslrong, Susan 7 95, l68 Arringlon, Wayne 7 79 Aslar, John 7 79 290 oi Rrcro RS Cooper, J. L. 7 37 Couvillion, Mr. Don 7 22, I47 Crenshaw, Mr. Louis 7 20, I9O Crouch, Delma 7 37 Cypherl, Mrs. Palricia 7 22, 268 Dolson, Mr. Lee Andrew 7 28, 29 Elmore, Mrs. Gwendolyn 7 20. 2I Fairchild, William 7 37 Ford, Mr. Quincy 7 28, 29 Founlaine, Mr. Theodore 7 26 Frazier, Mr. Dennis 7 26 Frye, Mrs. Mary 7 32, 33 Gambordella. Mr, Theodore 7 23 Gilchrisl, Wilma 7 37 Golman. Mr. Richard 7 223 Granl, Mr. Don 7 30, 3l Flammons, Mr. Charles 7 35 Hawkins, Mrs. Eileen 7 26, 27 I-Iinlon, Mrs. Margarel 7 20 Holland. Mr. Donnie 7 33 I-Iulchinson, Mr. William 7 25 Jackson, Mrs. Jessie 7 20 Kolb, Mrs. Phyllis 7 22 Laningham, Miss Elizabelh 7 33. I63 Lemoll, Mrs. Louise 7 23 Y ' i Ili, ll, zlfiffi fifk, n Lymberis, Mrs. Lorena 7 22, 23 Sexfon, Mr, Don - 36 Marler. Miss Charlolle 7 25 Shaffer, Mrs. Dorolhy 7 20, 2I, Marlin. Mrs, Marlha 7 33 ISI McCann. Mr. Elvin 7 25, 202. Shaw, Mrs. Geraldine 7 30, 3I 20I Shellon, Belly 7 37 McNeal. Lillian 7 37 Shows, Mr. Don 7 29. I9O, 2I I Mock. Mrs. Sharon 7 3l Skeels, Mrs. Frankie 7 33 Monk, Miss Ola Mae 7 2l, l40 Smifl-i, lvlrg, Anne 7 34, 35 Morrison, Mrs. W. B. 7 33, I44 Smilh, Mrs, Virginia 7 36 Moll. Mrs. Sue 7 3l Smilh, Mr. Raberl 7 25 Newlon. Mr. Skipper 7 26 Sparks, Mrs. Alice 7 35 Norris. Yevonne 7 37 Slageman, Mrs. Marion 7 26 Nuqeflli Violel 7 37 Sullivan. Cecilia 7 37 OIOUID, IVIFS. Mary 7 T-alum, Eugene 7 O'QLIiI'1n. Mrs. Rull17 2l. I33 Thomas, Mr. Felix 7 22, 23. 22I Orvis. Sle-ve 7 37 Timolhy, Mr. Philip J. 7 26 Pecanly, Miss Carolyn 7 3l Phillips, Mr. J. D. 7 29 Porlo, Mrs. Margarel 7 28, 29 Predom, Carrie Lee 7 37 Rachal, Mary 7 37 Raymond, Kelly 7 37 Reighney, Miss Mary 7 23 Roberls, Mr. Louis 7 25 Rodriguez, Mr. Darrell 7 33 Roop, Miss Mariorie 7 35 Rosier, Mr. Billy 7 25 Sasser, Mr. Richard 7 I9 CAST Ashley. Johnny 7 I I3 Alkinson, Suzanne 7 43, I42. I43, l45 Alwood, Diane 7 43 Alwood. Sleve 7 79 Auslin, Fred 7 43 Auslin, Michael 7 l59 HB.. Bachman, Philberl 7 95 Bailey, Dan Lee 7 95 Baird. James 7 I I3 ' Bakies, Keilh 7 95 Bakies, Kendall 7 I I3 Ball, Brenda 7 42, 43, 47. I56, 24I, 266 Ball, Sleve 7 95, 2l9 Balser. Neva 7 79, I34 Banks, Lisa 795, I60, I63, I68 Bankslon, Trey 7 79, I48 Bardwell, Thomas 7 I I3 Barker, Dawn 7 I I3, I44 Barker. Shelby 7 43 Barmore, Keilh 7 95, l8B Barmore, Sleven 7 I I3, I76 Barnes, Gary 7 I I3 Barnell, Rodney 7 95 Barnharl, Carol 7 95, 26l Barnharl, Donna 7 II3, I63 Barrell. Roberl 7 44, I58 Barrios, Guy 7 95 Barron. Richard 7 I I3 Barlow, Carol 7 95 Barlow, John 7 I I3 Barlow, Ronald 7 79 Bayonne, Francis 7 I I3 Bayonne, Jimmy 7 95 Bayonne, Kalhryn 7 95 Beard, Jerry 7 44, l88, l95, l98 Beauregard, Silas 7 95 Beaver, Nancy 7 79, I65 Beck, Bob 7 95 Beck, Charles 7 95. I60 Beck, Pamela 7 I I3 Beck, Susan 7 44, I63 Belgard. Lynn 7 I I3 Bell, Greg 7 44 Bell, Joy 7 95. I65 Bellino, Mary 7 95,223 Belvin, Belly Jo 7 44, I42, I43, l50, 246, 25l, 258, 236, 238. 239, 242 Benard, Fellon 7 79 Beniamin, Edward 7 95 Beiamin, Joseph 7 95 Bennell, Billy 7 95 Bennell, Clyde 7 79, 20l Bennell, Debra 744, I60, I62 Bennell, Lisa 7 II3 i Berenl, Michelle 7 I I3, I54. I60. 223 Berger, Evelyn 7 96 Bergeron, Rick 7 79 Berlinger. Janel 7 79, I63, I69 Bernard, Rulhie 7 96, l54, I59, I65, I6B Berry, June 7 I I3, I34 Berlheaud. Slan 7 42. 45, 59. I36, 2I3, 2l4, 2l7, 257, 259 264. 237 Berlheaud, Sleve 7 96. I36, 2l3 Beyersdorl, Mike 7 79 Biehler, Karla 7 79, I42 Bindursky, Michael 7 II3, I60 Bindursky, Paula 7 45, 58, I42. I43, I45, I56 Blake, Phillip 7 I I4 Bledsoe, Bill 7 96 Bolen. Aubrey 7 45, I36, 2 l 3, 2I4, 2I7, 205, ZOI Bolger, Slephen 7 79, I66 Bollinger, Charles 7 96 Bonner, Vivian 7 96 Bonnelle, Mary 7 45 Bonnelle. Pamela 7 I I4 Bordelon, Debra 7 45 Bordelon, James 7 I I4 Bordelon, Johnny 7 79 Bordelon, Johnny 7 96 Bordelon, Robbin 7 96 Borel, Denise 7 II4. I44, l54, I55, I57 Borrell, Tally 7 45, 74 Boss, Reba 7 79 Bosl, Sheree 7 96 Bollom, Liz 7 79, I43 Turner, Mrs. Mazelle 7 3l Tyler, Mr. Rickie 7 35, l90 Ussery, Mrs. Jimmie 7 36 Wade, Mrs, Judilh 7 30, 3l Wardsworlh, Mrs. Mary 7 29 Weaver, Mr. Billy E. 7 26 Wilkinson, Mrs. Sue 7 20, 2l Wilkerson, Claudine 7 37 Williams, Mrs. Dorolhy 7 34, 35 Williams, Grace 7 37 Williamson, Mr. David 735, I9O Zachary, Mrs. Mary 7 36 Bourgeois, Suzanne 7 45, 74. I56, I57 Bourgeois, Tim 7 96 Bourque. Slephen 7 96 Bowers, Jenniler 7 I I4, I65 Bowie, Burnell 7 25, 79 Bowie, Lulher 7 I I4, I34 Bowie, Sharon 7 96, I34, I43, I45 Bowman, Anlhony 7 96 Bowman. Bernard 7 I I4 Bowman, Diane 7 96, IO3 Bowman, Dorolhy 7 96, I52. I65, I67, I74 Bradas, Mike 7 96 Bradas, Nila 7 45, I62 Braden, JoAnn 7 45.47, I34. l4l, I42, I45, I46 Brady, Edna Lee 7 II4 Brady, Tom 7 79 Brandow, David 7 45 Brandow, James 7 I I4, I76 Brandow, Thomas 7 I I4, I42. I60 Brandl, Elisabelh 7 46, I39, I49 I52 Brazil, Travis 7 96 Brevelle, Miriam 7 I I4 Brisco, Karen 7 96 Brocalo, Donna 7 96 Brodnax, Dianne 7 46 Brook, Susan 7 I I4, I65 Brooks, Charles 7 I I4 Brooks, Daniel 7 I I4 Brosselle, Sherwin 7 46 Brouilelle, Barbara'7 96, I76 Brouillelle, Mike 7 46 Brown, Brenda 7 96, I43 Brown, Charlie 7 79. I34, I4l, I42, I43, I45, I46. I52. I73 Brown Evelyn 7 I I4 Brown Gwendolyn 7 46 Brown. Brown. Brown, Brown, Brown. Brown. Jimmy 7 79, isa Linda 7 30, 46 Lynda 7 I62 Michael C. 7 I I4 Mike L. 7 I I4 Palricia 7 46, l38, I49, 259, 269 Cheney, Charles 7 80. I4l, I76 Crugel Barbara - II5 "E" Brown, Rodney 7 79 Cheney, Danny 7 49, I88, I99, Cruger Mike 7 BI Easrer' Arirhur M "7 BFOWD. ROSS Arm 7 II4 240 Cruz, David 7 50, l27, I48. I88, EaS'e,"ngr I-'Sa Y QQ' 26' Brown, Russell 7 I I4 Cheney. Wanda 7 II5, I63, I68 I99, 2I3, 236 EaS'e,",.'q' Safer, - II7' '65 Brown, Tammie 7 I I4, I60 Cheney, William 7 80 Cruz, Richard - I I6 Eckert Amy - 82. '47 '52 '54 Bruins, Aaron Lee Cheney, William 7 I I5 Cruz' Sugar' - SI '65' '74 I I Bryanf. Alvin 7 46 Chesfer, Kafhy 7 49, I57 Culberfl Rolgerr 1 50 Edwards. Aubrha - 99 '07 Bryanf, Vincenf 7 I I4, I34 Chicola, A. J. 7 I I5 Culberfr Vickie - I I6 '45 '66' '76, '78i i Buchanan, Herberf 7 96 Chiricos, Chris 7 49, I60, I62 Culberf, Wendall - I I6 Edwards' Demise - "7 '45 Bullock, Daphane 7 47, I76, 253 Churchwell, Candyss 7 80, I63, Culp, Leilani 7 98 E"'erS' W""am Y 82 I Bundrick, Marilyn 7 79 I74 Curfigr Tom - I I6 EH' Barbara - "7 Bundrick, Vicki 7 I I4, I44 Churchwell, Pam 7 I I5 E" E"eer' - 52 Burke. Ricky 7 96 Clark, Arlene 7 97, I69 'IDI' E"i E"ery Y 82 Burnaman. Chris 7 47 Clark, Jan 7 49 Dgiyr Chrigfgpher 7 IBB 'ings Anrhony - 99 Burns. Roberf 7 96, I34, I60, Clark, Karen 7 49. I58, 259 Daiy, Jan 7 98, H55, 22l, 26I E"aSi Teresa - "7 176,211 clark, Rodney - so Daly, Michelle 7 ai. iss, isa, ' Bush. Rene 7 47, I42, I52, I57 Busfle. Lisa 7 80. I43, I44, l45 Bufler, Kafie 7 96. I I4 Bufler. Louise 7 47 Bufler, Nina 7 80 Bufler. Rifa 7 I I4 Bufler, Sfanley 7 I I4 Bufferfield, Charles 7 I I4, I60, 223, 26I Buzzeffa, Ronald 7 2I3 Byrd, Alberl 7 22, I I4 Byrd, Shirley 7 96 Byrd, Yvonne 7 96 nc., Cage, Chuck 7 I I4 Calhoun, Gayle 7 I I4 Canferberry, Tina 7 80 Caplan, Judy 7 80, 93, I37, I42 I43, I45, I65, 26I Caplan, Sfephen 7 II4, I45, I60, I76 Carlyon, Caron 7 47 Carmouche, Adam 7 96 Carmouche, Darrel 7 80. 2I I Carmouche. Deborah 7 47, I34, I57 Carnes, Cafhy 7 48. I58 Carnes, James 7 80, I48 Carnes. John 7 80, 86, I48. I88 I97, 2 I 3 Carpenfer, Frances 7 96 Carpenfer, Karl 7 80, I45, I48, I 76. I 78 Carpenfer, Pafricia 7 I I4 Carr, James 7 48 Carrufh, Tamera 7 I I5 Carsfens, Susan 7 I I5, I68 Carfer, Barry 7 96 Carfwrighf. Cynfhia 7 48, I58 Cassel, Carl 7 80, l4I, I49, I52 I64, I66 Cafhey. Sfeve 7 48 Cedel, Debra 7 I I5, I76 Chamblin, Kim 7 I42, I4-5 Chaney, Diane 7 I I5 Chaney, Gary 7 I I5 Chaney, I-Ierman 7 80 Chapman, Margaref 7 97, I I4 Charles, Cleveland 7 48 Charrier. Liz- 48, I42. I45, I63, I64 Chasfaine. Margaref 7 80 Chasfaine, Mark 7 49, I58 Chasfaine, Sue 7 I I5 Chafelain, Janis 7 49 Chafman, Eddie 7 80 Chauffepied. Jodie 7 I I5 Chauffepied, Phil 7 97 Chaudoir, Pamela 7 80 Chaudoir, Sharon 7 80, I68 Chaya, Randy 7 49. I58 Cheleffe, Byron 7 97 Cheneverf, Arfhur 7 97, I69 Cheneverf, Doug 7 78, 80, 83. I34, I36, I42 Cheney, Bobby 7 80 Cheney. Calvin 7 I I5 Clark. Sylvia 7 49, I69, I74, 258 Clark, Vonceil 7 I I5 Clinfon. Roberf 7 II5, I60 Coafney, David 7 49, I34, I36, 2l3, 2I6, 2I7, 245 I74 Damrel, Denise 7 50, I76 Damrel, Raymond 7 I I6 Damico, Kafhy 7 8I D'AngeIo, Pafricia 7 8I, 89 Daniel. Frank 7 5I Dasko, Janef 7 8l Dauzaf, Diana 7 98, I63. 26I Dauzaf, Linda 7 98 Dauzaf, Neal 7 33 Dauzaf, Sharon 7 5 I, I42, I58 Coafney, Richard 7 80, 2I I Cobb, Dee 749, I76, I78 Coco. Janice 7 49, I52. I60. I62 Cody, Brenda 7 97, I59, I68, I76 Coffey, Marfha 7 II5, I44 Coffman. Mike 7 I I5 Coffman, Terry 7 97 Cole. Bennie 7 49, I58 Cole. Carolyn 7 49, 54. I33. I54, I56, 247. 250, 253, 255, 227 Cole, Leo 7 49 Cole, Michael 7 97 Cole, Michelle 7 97. I43, I45 Cole, Ramona 7 50, I54, I76, 223, 258 Cole, Regina 7 80, I53 Cole, Reginald 7 80, I45, I76 Coleman, Linda 780 Coleman. Ronnie Ann 7 I I5 Collins, Charles 7 I I5, 20I Connella, Beverly 7 80, 89 Connella, Billy 7 97 Conner, Marfin 7 I I6, I76 Conway, Rhonda 7 80, I52, I54. I69 Conway. Michael 7 II6, I2I Cooper, Alice 7 97 Cooper, Laurie 7 80 Cooper. Rax 7 97 Cooper, Taylor 7 50 Corfello, Glenn 7 50. 2I3, 2I6, 2I7, 230, 243 Corlello, Sandra 7 97, I60, I63 Cofy, Jennifer 7 I I6 Counfee, Carolyn 7 I I6 Counfee, Joe 7 I66 Counlee. Neffie 7 80 Courfney, Doug 7 50. I45, I76 Courlney, Teri 7 I45, I76, I78 Courville, Daniel 7 97 Coufee, Audrey 7 80 Coulee. Doug 7 50 Coughlin, Paf 7 80. 8I. 2I9 Couvillian, Nancy 7 94, 97, I65, I68. I74 Couvillion, Zhan 7 98. I45, I60, I63, I68, I76, 26I Crane, Garry 7 I60, 2I3. 2I5, 2I7 Cranmer. Don 7 98 Cravens, Elaine 7 I I6 Crawford, Crysfal 7 98, I47, I52, I65 Crichfon Larry 7 I I6 Crocker, Calhy 7 II6, I63 Crocker, Lary 7 50, I58 Crouch, Russell 7 98 Crump, Karen 7 BI. I34, I65 Crump. Melanie 7 98, I33, I43, I45, I65, 264 David, Regina 7 8I David, Rose 7 I I6 Davis, Allen 7 50 Davis, Allen Lee 7 I I6 Davis, Bessie Mae Davis, Claude 7 I I6 Davis, Ella Fay 7 82 Davis, James 7 98 Davis, Kay 7 B I, I45, I69, I76 Day, Kafhy 7 I I6, I68 Deane. Gardner 7 8I Dearman, Bill 7 8I, 2l I Delaney, Wanda 7 I I6, I44 Dengel. Heidi 7 45, 5l, I74, 259 Delong, Wanda 7 98 Delrie, Suzanne 7 8l, I74 Derbonne, Arfhur 7 8I. I42 Derbonne, Glenn 7 5I Deselle, Anifa 7 I I7 Desello, John 7 98 Despino, F'af7 8I, I58, I63 Dewees, Jan 7 8I Dezendorf. Denise 7 82, I67 Dezendorf, Lynne 7 I I7 Dezendorf. Mac 7 I I7 Dezendorf, Margarel 7 82. I52, I57 Diefenderfer. Dan 7 98, I45, I 76. I 78 Difulco, Junior 7 I I7 Disman, Jennifer 7 98 Dixon, Efhel 7 5I Dixon, Isiah 7 98, I58 Dixon, Willie 7 5I Dixon, Susan 7 77 Doherfy, Lyneffe 7 5I, I42, I57 Donahue, Karen 7 98, I07, I69, I76 Ducofe. Donnis 7 98, 223 Duck, Bruce 7 82 Duggan, Ted 7 I I7 Dunbar. Linda 7 I I7 Dungan, Dana 7 I I7, 223 Dungan, I-Iarmon 7 98,223 Dunlap. Kennefh 7 I I7 Dunkley, Sharon 7 I I7 Dunn, Ronald 7 99 Durham. Bron 7 82, I65 Durham, Cindy 7 5I, I42 Durison. Laura 7 I I7 Dusang, Cheryl 7 52 Dyer, Dara 7 82, I62, I65 Dyer, Dineen 7 52. I48, I5I, I56, I68, I76, 256. 258, 260. 26I Dyer. Donna 7 20, II7. I76. I78 Dyess, Brian 7 I88 Elie, Pafsy 7 99 Elkins, Wayne 7 52, I76, I78 Ellingfon, Alma 7 I37 Ellingfon, Brenda 7 99, I74 Ellingfon, Charles 7 82 Ellingfon, Greg 7 52, 223 Ellis, Jewel 7 I I7 Ellis, Pafricia 7 I I7 Ellis, Shirley 7 I I7 Elzy, Cerefha 7 Emery, Scoff 7 82, 2I9 Engelbrachf,Jirnmy 7 I I7 Erwin. Georgie 7 52. I56, I57 Erwin, Roberf 7 99, I26 Evans. Dodie 7 99, I43, I45, I60, I65 Evans, Kennefh 7 53. I88 Evans, Richard 7 I I7, 22I Ewing, Chris 7 I I7, 223 ,,':., Fairclofh, Charlene 7 82. I65, I74 Fairclofh. Roberl 7 I88 Fairbanks. Cliff 7 99 Falcon, Susan 7 99 Faulk, Shelley 7 99, I63 Feazell, Eddie 7 82, I58 Feazell, Janef 7 82, I63 Feazell, Janice 7 83, I63, I68 Feazell. Rodney 7 99 Ferguson. George 7 53 Ferguson. Mary 7 83 - Ferguson. Mike 7 I I7 Ferguson, Wesley 7 I I7 Ficklin, Mary 7 99 Filleffe, Carolyn 7 99. I43, I52, I68, I74 Finney. Kafhy 7 83 Fleury. David 7 83 Finley. Ken Finney, Maureen 7 II7, I44 Firmin, Jon 7 I I7 Fifzsimmons, Paf 7 99 Fifzsimmons, Torn 7 I I7 Flynn, Gerald 7 I I7 Flynn, Roberf 7 77, I88, 2I3 Foley, Lynn 7 83 Fomby, Charloffe 7 53, I69, 3 I74 I65, I7 , Fomby, Linda 7 99, I65, I75 Fanville, Sfeve 7 I I7 Ford, Michael 7 I I7 Fore, Sherry 7 99 Foresf. Ronny 7 I I8 Forfe, Eddie 7 Fosfer, Doreen Fosfer, Lynn 7 83, I34, 223 799 53, I42, I43 Fox, Keifh 7 53, I76, I88, I98 Fox, Sfephen 7 I09, I88 Fox, Tommy 7 I00. I59 Francis, Drew7 II8, I34, I76 Francis, John 7 I00, 2l I, 254 Francis, Sfeen 7 I00, I88 Frank, Debbie 7 I00, I60. I65, I68, I74 Frank, Joseph 7 I00 I43, I45, 82, 83, I34, I42, Frank, Kafhy 7 I60, I65, I68. I73 291 I74. 22I Franklin, Rusly 7 I0O, I36, I45 Franklin, Glen 7 53 Freeman, Joyce 7 83 French, Jean 7 IOO, I43, I66, I68 French, William 7 83 Friedrich. Chris 7 I I8, I76 Friedrich, Mark 7 I00, I37, I45, I52, IO9, I76 Frieleld. Bonnie 7 II8, I60 Frieleld. Laurie 7 83, I42, I45, I65 Frick, Laura 7 I00 Frizzell, John 7 83 Funderburk. Daniel 7 I00 Funderburk. Jane 7 I I8. I44 Fuqua, Debbie 7 IOO, I64 Fusilier, Phillip 7 53, I76. I78 Fuselier, Tom 7 I00. I59 Fulrell, Anila 7 53 Fulrell, Brian 7 I I8 HG., Gabour, Wanda 7 83, I53. 223 Gagnon, Dianna 7 53, I58 Gaines, Anlhony 7 I I8 Gallagher, Keilh 7 53, I88 Gallagher, Kevin 7 83 Gallagher, Michael 7 83 Galloway. Bill - II8. iso Gammage, Derike 7 84 Garcia. Richard 7 I I8 Garren, Sleven 7 I I8 Garrell, Don 7 I00 Gaspar, Ann 7 53. 54, 55, I37, I49, I5I, I.52, I68, I74, 259 Gaspard, Charlolle 7 84, 89, I52 Gaspard, Elden 7 84 Gaspard, Ricky 7 54, I42, I43, I45, I46 Gaspard, Sheryl 7 54, I58 Gaslon, Leonard 7 205, 206, 207, 209, 2OI Gaslon, Willie Mae 7 IOO, I63 Gales. Gerlrude 7 I I8, I76 Gales, Leah 7 84. I45, I76 Gales, Morgan 7 l9O Galhrighl, Doug 7 II8. I76 Galhrighl, James 7 84 Gallin, Chesler 7 IOO. I35. I88 Gray, Ernmel7 84. I37, I66 Gray, Marlha 7 54, I49, I5I. I52, I65. 259 Gray, Melvin 7 54 Halaway, Pam 7 IOI, I7I, 267 Gray, Susan 7 54, 59, I I6, I50, I60, I65, 23 I , 240 Green, Geraldine 7 I00 Green, Janzell 7 I I8 Green, Jerry 7 54. I4I, I76. 257 Green. Willred 7 84 Greenburg, James 7 84. I47, I49 Greenburg, Sally 7 IOO, I60, I74 Gremillion. Adrienne 7 50, 54. I57, I65, I67 Gremillion, Gremillion, Gremillion, Gremillion Gremillion Cheryl 7 IOO Iris7 I00, l6O. I65 Lynell 7 I I8 Margarel7 IOO Paul 7 I I8 I67, 247. 25I, 252. Halhorn, Kalhy 7 56, I47, I57 Halhorn, Michael 7 IOI, I48 Hawkins, Debra 7 84 Hawkins. Roxanne 7 I I9 I-Iayen, Debbie 7 84 Haven, Sherrie 7 56 Hayes, Carol 7 84 Hayne, Chris7 IOI, I34. I48, Gresham, Mellany 7 II8, I45, I6O Grillilh, Wayland 7 I I8, I34 Guess, Bud 7 84. I36, I37, I45, 26I. 267 Hazard Tami 7 IOI, I76 Henderson, Karen 7 56, I42. I46. I57 Henderson, Pamela 7 I I9 Hendricks, Mark 7 84, 89, I67 Henriksen, Julie 7 56. l40 Henry. Pallie 7 85, 86, I74 Henlon, Jerry 7 I I9 Hernandez, Paul 7 56, I58 Hernandez. Maria 7 I I9 Hernandez. Mary 7 IOI Herrin, Andrew 7 85. I76, I78 Herrin, Bonnie 7 IOI, I43, I74 Herrin, Linda 7 l0I, I43, I74 Hickman, Charles 7 IOI Hickman, Charlie 7 56, 57, I48, I57, I88, I93, I97 Hickman, Jan 7 56 Hickman. Jimmy 7 lOl, I88 Hicks, Karen 7 I I9 Higdon, Dick 7 56. l48 Hill, Mary Alice 7 56. 258 Hillman. Keilh 7 I I9 Hinlon, Calhey 7 57, I59, I62 Hinlon. Sleven 7 I I9, I6O Hirsch, Billie 7 85, I63, I68, I69 Hirsch, Bruce 7 I I9 Hodges, Rosa 7 46, 57 I52, I76 Guidry, Debra 7 I0l, I63 Guidry, Robbie 7 IOI Guilliams, Dennis 7 84, I58 Guilliams, Kelly 7 I I8 Guilliams, Sue7 I0l. I34, I65, I74, 26I Guillory, Frederick 7 84 Guillory, Kim 7 I I8 Guillory, Leslie 7 54 Guillory, Sandi 7 I I9 Guillal, Denise 7 54 Guillol, Linda 7 54, I76, I78 Guillol, Marcie 7 IOI, I54. I65, I74 Guin, Lisa 7I0I Guinn, Ginger 7 II9, I60, I64, I68 .,H,. Haase, Susan 7 IOI, I74 Hagan. Donna 7 IOI Haise, James 7 IOI Haise, Jeanne 7 I I9 Halberl, Thomas 7 55 Hall, David 7 55, I58 Hall, Dexler7 84, I45, I76 Hall, Donna 7 I I9 Hall, Grela 7 I I9 Hall, Kevin 7 84, I42, I43 Hall, Pam 7 84, I34, I62. 264 Hall, Wanda 7 I I9 Hamillon, Hamillon, Hamillon. Don 7 84, I42, 2Il Millon7 l0I Myrlle 7 I I9 Handley, Gerlrude 7 84 Kelly, Charles 7 I2I Harvey. Bob 7 IOI Gaulhier, Cynlhia 7 II8, I60 Germany, Deloris 7 IO0 Giaco, Amelia 7 I00 Giaco. Annelle 7 84, I63 Gibbs. Monica 7 84, I42 Gibson, Eddie 7 II8, I60 Gibson, Leslie 7 I I8 Gibson, Vela 7 84, I32, I60, I65, 255, 265 Gilberl, Terri 7 84. I49 Gilchrisl, Sleve 7 I I8 Gilleland. Barry 7 IOO Glasper, Agnes 7 I I8 Glaze, Palrick 7 IOO Gill, Candace 7 84, I67 Gilmore, Roberl 7 84, I4I Girlley, Leona 7 54, I43. I59 Glover, Bill 7 54, I52, 2I3 Goins, Terry 7 I I8 Gonzales, Sleve 7 I I8 Good, Debra 7 I I8 Goodwin, Karen 7 IOO, I59 Goodwin. Kalherine 7 54 Gordon, Hallie 7 84 Gorrell, Auslin 7 l00 Gorrell, Linda 7 54 Graham, Cynlhia 7 54, I34, 253 Graham, Kym 7 IO0 Graham, Ricky 7 84 Graham. Will 7 I I8 Granl, Gary 7 IO0 Grass, Nancy 7 II8. I34, I44, I45, I54, I60, I68 Gray, Calhy 7 I I8, I44 292 Hanley, Pally 7 I I9 Hanley, PBUIB7 IOI. I64 Hann, Kalhryn 7 55, I64, I67, 259 Hanscom. Rebecca 7 55 Hardee, Gloria 7 I I9 Harlan, Mark 7 84, I36, 2I3 Harp, Willard 7 IOI Harper, Wayne 7 55. I58 Harris. Alice 7 I I9 Harris. Brenda 7 I I9 Harris, Danny 7 I I9 Harris, Judy 7 I I9 Harris, Mary 7 IOI Harris, Karen 7 84. I65 Harris, Ricky 7 IOI, I76 Harris, Roy 7 IOI Harslon, James 7 l0I Harwell, Lee- IOI, 2I3 Hasselvander. Gail 7 I 19, I34. I53 Hassion, Mike7 IOI Hogan, Edward 7 I I9' Holden, Seamon 7 I I9 Holiday, Cynlhia 7 IOI Holland, Calhy 7 I I9, 223 Holmes, Sleve 7 I I9 Holl, Donna 7 85. I42, I45, I53 I64 Honor. Carolyn 7 85 Hood. John 7 85, I42, I43. I45 Hooks, Tammie 7 I I9 Hoosier, Slephen 7 I I9 Howe. Paula 7 82, 85, I63, I65 Howe. Phyllis 7 II9, I63 Hoyl, Joe 7 IOI Hoyl, Tom 7 85, I34, I4I. I57 Hubbell, David 7 57, I48, l88 Hubbell, Laurie 7 I I9, I60 Hudson, Coleman 7 I02 Hudspelh, Paula 7 I02, I34. I53, I65 Hullman. Bill 7 57, I48 Hullrnan, Frances 7 55, 57, I42, ISO, I56, 246, 256, 259 Hullman, Sam 7 85 Hullman, Slephen 7 85, I46 Hughes, Barbara 7 I20 Hughes. James 7 57 Hull, Randy 7 I20 Humphries, Richard 7 60. I4I, I46, 2I9 Humphrey, Ronnie 7 IO2 Hunl. David 7 IO2 Hunler. Melody 7 85, 89. I76 Hunler, Randy 7 I20 Hurls, Emile 7 I20 Hurls, Warren 7 I02 Hynson, Penny 7 IO2 ,,I., Irving, Janice 7 77 Irwin, Rebecca 7 I20, I52, I6O Ivy. Lisa 7 I20, 266 Isreal, Debra 7 85 MJ., Jackson, Becky 7 I02, I74 Jackson, Helen 7 60 Jackson, Janice 7 I20 Jackson. Kalhy 7 60, I59. I62. 259 Jackson, Maurice 7 I20 Jackson, Ralph 7 I20 Jackson, Terry 7 60. I60, I62, I74 James, Anila 7 IO2 James, Cynlhia 7 I20 James, Mike 7 85 Jameson, Joey 7 I20 Jameson, John 7 85, I76 Jeanise, Pam 7 I20 Jeansonne. David 7 I20 Jeansonne. Kennelh 7 60, I58 Jenkins, Sylvia 7 I02 Jesler, Terry 7 I20 Jeler, Greg 7 60, I48, I58 Jeler, Mona 7 I20, I65 Jeler, Selila 7 I20, I45 Jiles. Darrel Johnson. Ananis 7 85 Johnson, Brenda 7 85, I64 Johnson. Charlie 7 I20 Johnson, Chris 7 IO2 Johnson, Daryl 7 ol, 2I3, 2I6, 2l7 Johnson, Donnie Ray 7 I20 Johnson, Douglas 7 I20 Johnson, Isreal 7 6I Johnson, James 7 77 Johnson, James 7 85 Johnson, Jerry 7 85 Johnson, Jerry 7 I20 Johnson, Johnny 7 I20 Johnson, Kalhi 7 6I. l42 Johnson, Kim 7 I02. I37, I54. I66, I74 Johnson, Leslie 7 85 Johnson, Palricia 7 IO2 Johnson, Randal 7 I20 Johnson, Roberl 7 I02 Johnson. Tony 7 85, 2I I Joiner. Shane 7 I20 Jones. Alan 7 I20 Jones, Arleal 7 77 Jones, Bernard 7 85 Jones, Billy- 85, I4I, l45, I76, 26l Jones, Brenda 7 IO2 Jones. Carmen 7 77, I59, I62 Jones, Cheryl 7 85 Jones, Earl 7 I20 Jones, Edward 7 6I, 203, 206, 20I Jones, Ezra 7 IO2, 2I0, 2l I, 20I Jones, Leslie 7 I20, I44 Jones, Reginald 7 I20, I76, I78 Jones, Ronnie 7 IO2 Jones, Sharon 7 I20, I45, I63. I76 Jones, Vickie- I20, I44. I63 Jordan, Elise 7 I2I Jordan. Quenlin 7 6I Joshua, Marilyn 7 85 Joshua, Nancy 7 IO2 Joyner, John 7 6I, 2I3. 2I6, 2l7 Judice, Mark7 IO2 Jules, Darrell 7 I2I MK., Kay, Irma 7 l2I Kay, Kennelh 7 I2I Keele, Jell 7 62, I42 Keel, Gary 7 62, I36. I64 Kees. Lynn 7 IO2, I42, 2l3, 2I6 Keever, Roberl 7 85 Keller, Janel 7 l02 Kelley. cynillla 7 sz, use. 259 Kelley, Rebecca 7 IO2. I68, I74 Kelley. Richard 7 85 Kelly, Br endon 7 I2I Kelly, Keilh 7 85, I66 Kelly, M ona7 I2l. I44 Kelly, Samuel 7 I2I Kelly, Susan 7 85, I45, I52, I77, Mallempi. Mona - 112. 122. 178 Kennedy. Wes - 102 Kessler. Debra - 62 Kessler. Mike - 102 Kilbourne. Lionel- 85 Kile. Janis - 85. 145. 152, 177. 178 King, Brenda - 102 King. Eleanor - 60. 62. 134. 142. 242. 258. 265 King. 1-larold -121 King,1rma -121 King. Larry - 22. 121 King, Linda -62, 154. 160, 163. 168 King. Mary - 86 King. Roslyn Anne - 62. 162 Kirk. James - 121 Kleinpeler. David - 86. 148. 213, 221 Klossner. Krisline - 102. 165. 168. 261 Klossner. Tommy - 121. 137 Knapp, Billy - 62, 67 Koehler. Jonalhon - 86. 134. 141, 147 Kohara. Becky- 116, 121, 153. 160 Kohara. Sydnie - 94. 102, 134. 153. 159. 171. 265 Kosik, Kennelh - 121 Kosik. Michael- 121 Kruger, Brian - 102 Kubic. Craig - 86, 137, 164 HL.. Laborde. David - 121. 190 Laborde. Gary - 86, 188. 193 Lacombe. Ann - 102 Lacombe. Debra - 103. 158 Lacombe. Wayne - 62. 149 Lachney. Rusly - 121 Lacour. Aaron - 103 Lacour, Carolyn - 63, 68. 157. 174 Lacour. Daniel- 86 Lacour, Diane - 103 Lacour. Joseph- 103 Lacour. Joseph Lacour.Judi1h- 121 Lacour. Leslie - 121 Lacour. Miriam - 122 Lacour. Valerie - 103. 122 Lafleur. Karen - 103, 154. 160. 165. 175 Lalleur, Lisa - 122, 160. 165 Lain. Frank- 63 Lamarche, Alva - 103 Lamarche. Gabrielle - 63. 160. 162. 165. 259 Lamarche. Nina - 122. 163 Lamaze, Monly - 50.63. 141. 145 178 . 177. Lamberl. Palli - 103. 174 Landry. Beverly - 122 Landry. Joseph- 103. 159. 164 Laningharn. David - 103 Lasseigne. Charles - 63 Lasseigne. Mike - 103. 160 Lafham. Lynn - 103, 143. 160 Lawrence, Richard - 86. 177. 178 Laws. John - 103. 142 Lavalais. Lorella - 63 Leary. Ronald - 63. 201 Lealherman, James - 103 Leblanc. Dennis - 46. 63. 223 Leblanc. Julie - 86. 156. 168 Leblanc. Trudy - 122 Lee. Barry - 103 Lee. G inger-112,122,165 Lee, Karen - 104, 165. 174 Lee, Thomas - 22. 122 Lemoine. Maria - 86 Lemoine, Slephanie - 63. 158 Leonard. Willie - 104 Lesrer. Greg - 86 Lewis. Beverly - 86, 152 Lewis. Geri- 63 Liberlo. Charles - 86 h Liberlo. Cheryl- 63, 142, 143 Liberfo. Kafhy - 104 Liggins, Sandra - 104 Liming. Charlie - 201. 207, 241. 63, 134. 136 Lionberger. Chuck- 86. 141. 145. 177. 178 Lionberger. Sleve - 57. 63. 148. 188, 197. 198 Lilfon. Sleve - 86. 158 Loelller. Lisa - 122. 134. 168 Loeffler. Ross - 63. 148 Lolan, Tracy - 63. 157 Lomax, Louise - 86, 152 London, Waller - 122 Long. Janis - 105. 154. 165 Long. Jo - 122. 144, 163 Long, Pamela - 103, 104. 152 Long, Scoll - 87. 136.201 Lounsberry. Randy - 122 Louviere. John - 104 Lovell, Roberl - 104 Lowrey. Roberl - 42. 64. 134, 136, 146. 151. 245. 257. 258. 266 Loyer. Mildred - 122 Luallen. Libby- 122. 154. 159. 163 Lucas, Bennie - 86 Lymberis. Janice - 122. 163 Lynch. Nancy - 86 Lynch. Pam - 86, 154. 175 Lyons. George - 104. 21 1 Lyons. Joey - 122 HM.. Madden. Rosa - 104 Magnon. Charlene - 122 Maki, Teresa - 87. 163 Malone, Jack - 64. 142. 148. 188. 198 Malone. Slephen - 122. 134 Mallempi. David - 104.210, 211 124, 134. 144. 154.254 Mangel. Ronda - 87, 152. 165 Mangum. David - 87 Mann, Linda - 87. 142. 145. 146, 154. 159. 160. 175. 269 Manuel. Donald - 64 Manuel, Sondra - 104 Manuel. Sarah- 122 Marcum,S1eve - 213. 216 Marler, Lewis - 104 Marlin, Brenda - 64. 139. 168. 174, 259 Marlin. Donna - 123. 160. 165 Marlin. Lisa - 64. 74. 142. 143. 146, 230, 251 Marlin Linda - 58.64. 142. 143. 153. 170. 249. 253. 229. 243 Marzell. Joe - 87 Malheson, Marilyn - 104. 163 Mafhews. Iileen - 104, 143. 154 Mafhews, Joel- 104. 160 Mafhews. Pafricia - 87 Malhews. Sharon - 123 Malhews. Tammy - 123 Mallhews. Mark- 104, 145, 177 Mallhews, Calherine - 64. 157. 159, 174 Mayer, Kalhleen - 87. 89, 146. 147. 153 Mayer. Kim -104, 152. 160 Mayer. Richard -64. 146. 152. 213. 216 Mayeux. James Mayeux. Nancy - 46.64. 152. 163. 168 Mayeux. Tina - 104' McA11is1er. Julia - 65 McA11is1er. Perry - 122 McAr1hur. Paul - 57. 142 McBride. Alice - 145. 177 McBride. Annie - 87. 134, 160. 165. 171. 233. 249. 267 McBride. Charles - 65. 150, 246. 259,235,240 McCall. Frank McCall. Kennelh - 87 McCann, Kalhleen - 104 McCar1y. David - 104 McCar1y. Gary - 123 McCarly. Kalhy - 104. 139. 141. 165. 176. 234 McCar+y. Melissa - 104 McConnell. Brenl - 65 McConnell. Gary - 87 McCray. John McCray, Kimberly - 123 McCrea. Carrnell - 123 McCullough. Darlene - 65. 157 McDaniel, David - 123, 177 McDowell. Barbara - 104 McDowell. Danny - 123 McDowell. Darlene - 123 McGaugh, Mike - 65. 148. 188. 193 McGinley. Ben Mclnlyre. Clyde - 104. 135 McKay. Mack- 87 McKay. Mike - 104 McLin. Janice - 123 McLin. Kennelh - 123 McLin. Mike - 65, 72. 158 McNeal. Gary - 65. 141, 142. 143 McNeal. Irma - 123 McNeal. Margarel - 104 McNeal. Michael- 104, 160. 188 McMea1. Sleve - 105 McNu11. Davida - 65. 223 Melancon. James - 105 Mercer. Leanne - 87. 141, 142. 143. 145 Meredilh. Jennifer - 123. 144. 165 Merlan. Debra - 87. 168 Merlens. Lucy - 105 Mefoyer. Kalhleen - 65, 157 Michel. Larry - 105. 160, 213 Michiels. Bruce - 66 Michiels. Debbie - 87 Michiels. Gary - Michiels, Lloyd - 123 Michiels. Mary - 103. 105. 143. 163 Mikesell, Debra - 105 Mikesell, Michelle - 66 Mikesell, William Miller. Anlhony - 105 Miller, Chrisly - 66. 146, 153. 156. 160,235,240 Miller. Debbie - 123 Miller, Rebecca - 87 Mi11s,Bi11- 87. 160. 190 Mills. Deborah- 123 Minion. John - 66. 158 Minfon. Palfi - 105 Milchell, Linda - 105 Mobley. Julie - 87. 160. 165. 168. 174. 221, 264 Monahan, Michael- 105 Mongue. Mike- 105. 141. 142. 143. 146. 266 Monk. Debra - 66 Moore. Barbara - 87. 152. 162 Moore, Brian - 123 Moore. Debbie - 103. 105 Moore. Edward - 123 Moore. Ginger - 66. 134, 141. 142. 143. 145. 170. 249. 251. 252. 258. 232. 243 Moore. Glenda - 105 Moore. Kerry - 78. 87. 134. 255 Moore. Michael- 105, 142. 145. 149. 159. 169 Moore, Paulelle - 66. 157 Moore. Roy - 123 Moore. Scoll- 123. 127, 142, 145. 259 Moore. Sieve- 105, 136. 160, 188 Moreau. Bobby - 87. 188. 199. 228 Moreau. Terry - 188. 196.213, 234 Morgan. Dale - 87.93. 141.261 Morris, Chris - 106. 188 Morris. Frank- 123 Morris. Roosevell - 124 Morris. Wally - 106. 136. 206. 201 Morrison. Bryan? - 124 Morrow. Gale - 66 Mose. Lorna - 124 Mosley. Kalherine - 87. 160, 165, 174. 266 Moss. Sallye - 97. 106 Moll. Wynona - 106. 143 Muehl. Kalhleen - 66 Murphy. Cheryl- 106. 152, 163 Murphy, Debbie - 106. 163, 174 Murphy. Susan - 78. 87. 153. 171 Myers. Paul - 87 Myers. Vicky - 88, 162 Mykoll. John - 106. 136 HN.. Nabours,Ci1e - 88. 142. 145. 165, 174 Nardini, Carson - 66, 148 Nardini. Joe - 66. 136. 203. 205. 201 Nardini. Nannelle- 106. 165 Neal. Andrew - 66 Neal. Barry - 66. 142. 145 Neal. Charles- 106. 145. 177 Neal. Debra - 124 Neck. Glenn - 106 Neck. Karen - 66. 158 Neflles. Robin - 124. 153. 163 Nellles. Rusly - 124 Newell. Pafli - 106 Newlon. Lenila - 124 Newlon, Nelwyn - 124 Nichols, Mark- 124. 166 Nichols, Sfeve - 88 Noakes, Cindy - 88. 158 Nolan, Bruce - 124 Norman. Ann - 88 Norman. Thomas - 57, 67. 141. 151. 188. 195, 257 Normand. Karen - 30. 67, 156. 162 Normand. Susan - 106. 143. 145. 165. 168.261 Norris. Judy - 124 Norlon. Judy - 94. 106, 143, 145. 154, 160, 165. 175 Nolari, John - 106, 159. 164 Nugent Nelwyn - IO6, 177 Nunnally. Richard - 112. 124 HO.. O'8rien. Mike - 88. 142, 143. 223 O'8rien, Sharon - 67, 149. 152. 177. 223. 259 O'Bryan. Dorolhy - 45, 67, 142. 143. 145, 160 Ollord. Gloria - 106, 143 Orr. Alan -67. 142. 143. 145. 146, 259 O'Shee, William - 124 Owen. Barry- 88, 142. 145. 149. 152. 167 ..P.. Pace. Charles - 28, 106. 141. 145. 152, 160, 177. 178 293 PGCS. William - 106, I36 Quinney. Edna Robichaux. Thomas - 90 I78, 24l Palm, Sammy - I24 Quinney. Hen , I 9, I49 Robicha Wanda - 70, I59, Simon, Sherry - I26 Palmer, Eddie - 67, I48 168 , 5 I I Simonelii. Cla dia - 72, I34, Parker, Diana - 88 Quinn ,J - 90, I4 Me' '- n Richar 70 I57 1 Parker, La -X I24 Qui e , Ray- 90, 217, S,-J 'X on. ennie I26 Sim nse , nn - IO9 Parker, ' 1 a o - 88 , 201 ' inson a - IO8 'm y - , I59, I62 arnell. 'V na - I07 X xi X R ' binson i r- I26 K 'm usan - I09 5 I, onica - 68, 259 I l N . R bi s iriam - I 8 'ms, Susan - I26, I44 . Reginal 7 ' ebeleig, J dy 0 Robi Nancy ifh, Arlhur - IO9 rino, Nichol 6 I58 Rebel '5, e - 70, 136, 5 Robi son, aula 6 h, Barbara - 90 Pale, Te - I 4 Re el , n 90 ogers, Bre 70, I77 Srnifh, Bill - I26, I34 Paffon ifh 4 Ra al, oro ' ogers, Bre - 70, I Srnifh, Bobby - 9I Paul, r - I07 l c ,James Rogers, sl - 20, I26 Smirh, Calhy - 73, 259 aul, e ,y- I07, I 8 el, Lynda 7 , 142, I5 Rook 90. Srnifh, Connie - 9I, I65, I75 u, ric - 88 I69, 7 R s , y - Smifh, Cynlhia - I09 , ichard 7 einW Vi Ve 1 5, 65 'Q , aureifa . 61 Srnifh. David - 9I Wei Debbi r69r I Randal D ila - 8 16 s 'ov ermel, Caro - IO8, I45, Smilh, Debbie- . , I45, I , I56. 57 R all lenda - D 65 I53, , I . I68 I75, I54. . Pay ny - 77 ynfhie 5 44 Rousse , rolyn f I45 Smilh, Donal Pea mmy- , I LL x, Kei-0 X 2 Rubin. e -90 9 60. I65, T Smilh, Donal I26 en, Judy Rey, Ne, Y 8, 70, 1, , , 174 Smilh, Do + - 126, 144, 160 arson, ichar - I07, 2 17 w"g 183, 2 1 ' ,Joh 7 , I38 ith. e ie-9I Pernbie, 'Qin - 124 Ra , ener - 25 ner, Deie 1, 1 . rin, F die - 25. 91 P d o James - 88 O ,Reberf 2 Russel e da - 9 i , L:-0 ge - I09 ' , u y 88 a ,I'Ie'd' - 25 Russe nef- r ' , GI 9I Rgfny. C er I , eenfi, Jelnkn O8 R s I, eila - I2 mirh, Gr - 83.91 rkins, Ga - U Red , urie - 08, I4 , Ru rio ,Cynlhia 0, I42 -- ilh, Karen - 9I, I77 ' rrin ober I07, I7 , 153, I6 2 ufheriord, Theresa - I26 5' irh, Kary - I09 Pe , erf- 88 e , ern d ,2II Ryan, Frances- IO8, I43 Smilh, Karhy - I09, I60, I65. P r , eryl - R e Brend 25 Ryder, Roloeri- 90, I49, I52, I74 ry, Jame - I Reed, rey IO8 ' 260.261 Smifh, Lawrence - I26 Perry, Ja e IO7 Re D fell - 125 Srnifh, Mack- 9l, I77 PSF G - 68, 259 R , n - 90 HSN Smilh, Maxine - 9I P e - '07 QQ 1 25 seie, William - 00 Smilh. Mieneei - 73. isa P r , Mary- I 7, 59, I68, eed, Ge 125 Salmon, Sherry - I26 Smilh, Pafricia - I27, I45, I60, 26I ' Reed, i - 108 Samson. Mary - 7I, I42, I59, I77 Piei fer, Ie - 88 Ree a y - I25 26I Smill-1, Pairick - IO9, 267 i I - dy - I 5 e ,I.i II - I25 Sanders, Cephus - 90 Smilh, Riia - 9I. I63 i ps, Homer eed, Melvin - 125 Sanders, Donald - I26 Smirh, Roberf - 9I illips, K h 25, I IOO Reed, Rickey 3 90 Sanders, Geneva - 90 Smifh, Roberl - I27 Phillip . Li 88 Reed, Shirley g 90 Sanders, Mariha - IO8 Smilh, Rosa - 73 Phil p e - 68, I I Reid,Ref19'9 - 67, 70, 150, 154 Sanders, Michael- 7I Smifh, Rosalyn - 73, I42, I74 a, Beflie - I , I4 , I45, 168 Sanders, Sheldon - I26 Smilh, Sheryl- IIO I54, I65. 8 Renrienf, Deborah - 90, 145, Sanders, Terry - 90 Smifh, Shirley - I27 Pi ken , O a 108. 177 Senferd. Terry 4 7I Smith, Sidney - 110, 145, 177 4 I25 Regfa, Dgminique - 108 Sandifer. Jerry - I26 Smifh, Sonya - IIO, I37, I45, 1 n , onn - I25 Re neId5, Ei-n 7 70, 152, 157 Sandiier. Mary - 90 I77, I78 Ei ens. Billy - I07 Re5r'1QId5,JaneI'- 108, 134, 153 Sanson, Keilh - IO8 Srnirh. Susan - 9I, l42, I45, icou, An ree - 68, I49, I52, 168 Sarpy. Reginald - I26 I73, I74 I57, I60, I75 Reyneldg, Jud - IO8, 211 Savanl. Marla - l60 Smilh, Terry - I27 Picou, Marla V- I25, I60 Rhoad, Susan - 90. I45, I60, Savoy, Diana - 90.93, I60, I65. Smiih, Tom - I I0 Pierce, Danie - I25 I77, I78 I75 Smiih, William - I27 Pierce, Ellona - 88, I43 Rhodes, Carol - I34 Savoy. Johnny - I26 Smyafh, Sfephanie - I IO, I68 Piscioria, Dale - 68, I58 mTB,Jeii--69.I42,I43,I64 Plunkell, Theresa - 88. I63 Pomes, James - 88 Ponlhieu. Adam - 88 Poole, Aric - I07 Poole, Fairh - I03, IO8, I43, I45.I52,I68,26I Poole. Karen - 69 Pope, Befly - 69, I58 Pope, Dennis- I25 Pope, Pal' - 88 Porche, Richard - 69, I67, I77 Porfer, Sheryl - 89 Posey, Liz - 78. 89, I34. I53, I68, I75 Powell. Rodney - 89 Powell, Timmy - 89, 201 Prals, Hank - I09, I34, I36. l67.2l3,2I6 Preslridge, John - I I2. I24, I25,I6O Presfridge, Mary - 89 Prevosi, Marsha - 89, I42, I43, I45,I53,I6O Price, Ginger - 83, I59. I65 Price, William - 89, l4I, I77, I78 Provosfy, Ty - 69, I5l Pugh. David G 89 Pyburn, Lila - 89, I34 294 9 Rhodes, David - 70, I32, I4I. I50,2I3,2l6.2I7.247,255 259. 226, 238. 239 Rhodes, Pal- IO8, I52, I6O. I65, I74 Richardson. Sharon - I08, I54. I60, I63, I64 Riche, Mickey e 58, 70, 142. I45, 268 Richey. Angela - II5, I25, I44 Richey, Reba - 70, I49, I52, I68 Richmond. Brenda - 90, I63 Richmond. Judy - IO8 Rickef, Kim - 97. IO8 Ridgeway. Glenn - I25 Ridgeway, Roberr- I25 Ring, Mary - I25 Ring, Roberr - I25 Riperl, Roger- IO8, I37, I64 Robbins, Linda - I25 Robbins, Mary - IO8, I59, I65 Robbins. Roberr - 83, 90 Roberson, Dorolhy - 70, I42 Roberls, Sheryl- 20. I25 Roberlson, Carolyn - IO8 Roberfson. Cheryl - I25 Roberfson. Cynfhia - I26 Roberlson, Gregory - 90 Roberfson, Roberf - 90 Roberfson, Rusry - I26 Robichaux, Donald - I26 Robichaux, Pam - IO8. I57 Savoy, Theresa - 7I, I54, I60, I62, I75 Sawrie, Marlha - I08, I77 Sayer. Keifh - 90 Schaub. Kim - IO8 Schmidt Mariorie - 7I Schmidl, Sfephanie - I09, I77 Schneider, Robin - I26 Schroll, Mike - 7I, I36, 22I Schroll, Roberf - I09 Scoll, Donald - I26 Scoff, Gregory - I26 Scoil, Nalhaniel - IO9 Scolf, Roberf - 7I Scroggs, Darlene - I09, I63 Scroggs, David - I09 Searcy, Kerry - I09 Searcy, Wayne - 7I Sewell, Diane - 72, I57 Sewell, Johnny - I26. I64 Semple, Roberf - I26 Sewell, Ruby- I09 Shackelford, Jeremy - I26, I42 Shackeliord, Kevin - 90, I34. I42, 201 Shapiro, Mike - 72, I45, ISI, I77, I78 Sheehy, Shaun - 72, I34, I67 Shello. Frank - I09 Shelfon, Kafhleen - I09 Sherman, Doris - 72 Sherman, Pam - I26 Sikes. Donna - 72, I56, I77, Snead, James - 52, 73 Snead, Larry - I27 Snow, Jeff - 73 Snow, Jeannie - I IO, I34, I65 Snow. Sieve - 9I, I36 Soileau, Don - 73 Soileau, John - 9I, I77 Sparks, Roberl - I27 Sparrow, Renee - I27 Squyers, Ann - 9I Srafiord, Roberf - I27 Slafiord, Rose - I27, I57 Slaniield. Joyce - I IO, I59. I68, 26I Sfaniield. Taurus - I I0, I59, 26I Sreel, Elizabelh - IIO, I59, I77 Siephens, Cynlhia - I IO, I59 Slephens, Jackie - I IO, I43. I45, I54, I65. I68 Srerle, Cindy - I I0, I53, I54 Sferle, Terry - 91 Sierreri. Russell- I27 Siewarf. Rebecca - 91 Srewarl, Rhonda - I IO Slockard, Loufxnne - IIO, I43, I52, I45, I65 Sfokes, Leefha - I27 Sfovall, Karen - 73, I45, I68, I77 Slovall, Tommy- 7I. 73. I36, 146. I5O, 247. 257, 258, 23l Sfracener. Gene - I27. I42 Sfreel, Cindy - I27 Street. Linda 4 91 Streich. Robert 4 127 Stretch, Patrica 4 73 Strickland. David 4 Strother, Carolyn 4 28. 127 Stuckey, Lynn 4 91 Tisher, Jimmy 4 128 Titmus, Debra 4 110 Townley. Don 4 128 Tracy, 1-louston 4 92. 177 Tucker, Willie 4 128 Tullis, Patty 4 75, 157. 260. 261 Tullos, Melodye 4 75, 142 Turner, Burke 4 92. 177 Turrentine. Janet 4 110. 160. 165, 174 Turrentine, Mary Beth 4 110, 134. 261 Tyson. Mike 4 110 .,U., U1mann,Luann 4128 ,,V., Valdays, Ruby 4 128 Vanderlick, Rory 4 110. 141, 142, 143, 169 Walker. Don 1-1. 4 128 Walker, Donald W. 4 128 Walker, James 4 128, 177, 178 Walker, Keith 4 111 Walker. Margaret 4 76 Walker, Mike 4 111 Walker, Morgan 4 111. 137. 188 Walker. Patricia 4 111 Walker, Ricky 4 129 Whitehead, John 4 93 Wiggins, Evelyn 4 76 Wiggins, Kathleen 4 129, 160 Wilder, Natalie 4 129, 160, 165 Wilkinson, Matt 4 111, 136, 211 Wilkerson, Mark 4 93, 141, 201, Styles, Zenobia 4 73 Sullivan, Steve 4 73, 139. 147, 148, 188. 193 Swanson, Linda 4 73, 142, 143, 145 Swanson, Mark 4 136, 188 Sweazie, Julius 4 74 Sweezer, Donald 4 1 10 Sweezer. Phillip 4 127 Sweezer. RetedeI14 110 Swift, Constance 4 127 Swims,Kay491, 134,171 Swint, Barbara 4 74. 159, 162 5wint, Belinda 4 128 Swint, Sandra 4 110 Sylvia, Robin 4 128, 154, 160 ,,T,, Talambas, Mike 4 110. 136, 145 177, 178 Talambas. Patty 4 74, 162 Tarver, Brian 4 91 Tarver, Terri 4 110, 154, 165, 174 Tarver, Vicki 4 110, 143, 152. 145, 165, 168 Tassin, Karl 4 74. 158 Tate, Anthony 4 110 Tate. Michael 4 110 Tate, Pamela 4 128 Tatum, Steve 4 128 Taylor, Joseph 4 128,223 Taylor, Mike 4 91. 177 Teague, Ronnie 4 91 Tennie. Greg 4 128, 142. 213 Tennie, Michael 4 91 Terry, David 4 91 Thiels,1-lenry 4 91 Thomisee, Joyce 4 74, 159. 162 Thompson, James 4 110 Thompson, Richard 4 74, 158 Thornton, Alfonso 4 128 Thornton, Joseph 4 91 Thornton. Thomas 4 110 Thrasher, Jeff 4 128 Thrasher, Julie 4 75, 145, 167, 177, 178 Tidwell, Richard 4 75. 159 Tiemann, Mark 4 128 Tiemann, Melony 4 91 Tillman, Ginger 4 128 Tischler. Karen 4 110. 174 Tischler, Kenneth 4 92 Art Club 4 167 Band 4176-185 Cafeteria Workers 4 157 Centurions 4 137 Chess Club 4 166 Cheerleaders 4 170, 171 Choir 4 142-144 DECA 4 158 Dolphinettes 4 154, 155 Ecology Club 4152, 161 Basketball 4 200-211 Cross-Country 4 216, 217 Basketball Court 4 252, 253 Class Favorites 4 254. 255 Homecoming Court 4 248-251 Vanlangendonck, Joyce 4 92, 153 Vanlangendonck. Mary 4 92, 153. 154, 155 Vanm, Patricia 4 128, 153, 154 Vanm, Susie 475, 134, 153, 154 155. 256, 258, 265 Varnado, Lisa 4 128, 154 Vaughn, Cindy 4 75 Veal, Barbara 4 128 Veal. Dale 4128 Veal, Debbie 4 75 Veal, Lonnie 4 128 Velek. Debbie 4 75, 157 Vercher. Cynthia 4 92 Vercher. Ray 4 110 Vercher, Tommy 4 128, 134 Vercher, Walter 4 128 Vicknair, 8ecky 4 128 V1dri1'1e,Mike 4 111, 213 Villali, Angela 4 92 Vi11a1i,C5-ina 4128, 144 Vi11a1i,JaeI4128 Villemarette, Ray 4 128, 160 Walker, Robert Mike 4 92, 158 Wall. Tracey 4 111, 152, 145, 177, 261 Wallace, Mike 4 111 Wallace, Sharon 4 92 Waller, Debra 4 142 Waller. Russell 4 129 Walton. Beniamin 4 129, 152, 221 Walton, Donna Jo 4 50, 76. 151, 154, 162, 173. 256. 258, 245 Ward, Glenda 4 129 Washington. Oliver 4 129 Washington, Susie 4 129 Waters, Mary 4 129 Watson, Mauryta 4 129 Watts, Jim 4 76, 213, 243, 257 Weaver, Sherry 4 144, 153 Weekley. Wilbert 4 76, 169 Weekly, Pam 4 92, 142, 167, 169 Welch. Charles 4 92 Welch, Pam 4 76, 157 Welch. Sharon 4 76, 158 Wells, Andrew 4 111, 177 Wells. Mary 4 129 Wells, Terri 4 93 Wells, Tom 4 81. 93, 147 Werhan, Lori 4 129, 144 West. Sherri 4 129 Weston, Etta 4 1 11. 168 Whatley, Ricky 4 76, 188, 213, 217 Whiddon, Dale 4 93, 177 Whiddon, Eddie 4 76 White, Billie 4 111, 168 264 Williams. Babrbara 4 93 Williams. Carolyn 4 111 Williams, Creasie 4 129 Williams, Earlene 4 111 Williams, Elbert 4 93 Williams, Greg 4 111 Williams, 1"1enry 4 93, 145, 177, 178 Williams, Janice 4 93 Williams, Lawrence 4 129 Williams, Mark 4 93 Williams, Randy 4 111,213 Vincent, Donale 4 92 Viviano, Mike 4 111 Voda, Vickie 4 28, 128, 144 Voigt, Kathy 4 71. 75. 142. 145, 143, 160, 259 Wagner, Terry 4 92. 171.250, 252, 237 Walden, Bobby 4 76, 177 Walker. Aubrey 4 92, 177, 178 Walker. Cheryl 4 76, 169 Walker. Cheryl 4 111 1-IEADLI White, Brenda 4 129 White, Bruce 4 129 White, Charlie 4111, 136. 142. 143, 167 White. Edna 4 129 White, Edward 4 1 11 White, Jimmy 4 129 French 1-lonor Society 4 160, 161 FBLA 4 159 FHA 4 163 FMLA 4 145 FSA 4 162 Future Voters' Club 4 149 GRA 4 168 Guidance Workers 4 157 PERFQR Football 4 188-199 Golf4 218. 219 White, Johnny 4 93, 143 White, Judy 4111.165,175 White, Keith 4 76. 158 White, Rodney 4 129 White, Susan 4 129 White, Tommy 4 129 White, Wanda 4 129 Gymnastics 4 153 Interact 4 148 Junior Volunteers 4 169 Key Club -141, 161 Leo Club 4 136 Library Club 4 164 National 1-lonor Society 4 150, 151 Office Workers 4 157 Swimming 4 222, 223 tennis 4 220, 221 Pat-on-the-Back Award 4 238, Pelican Gir1s'State 4 256 239 Royalty Court 4 226-237 Pelican Boys' S1616 7 257 Senior Personalities 4 240-243 Williams. Robert 4 129 Williams, Ronnie 4 72, 76. 158 Willis. Chris 4 111 Willis. Keith 4 129 Willis. Larry 4 76, 134. 141 Wi11istor1.Pete 4 93, 137, 223 Wilson. Amanda 4 111 Wilson, Barbara 4 72. 76, 158 Wilson, Greg 4 93. 145, 177. 178 Wilson, James 4 111 Wilson, Kenneth 4 93 Wilt, Bruce 4 1 11 Wilt, Cathleen 4 77 Winbush. Calvin 4 93 Winn, Don 4 93 Wolf, Drew 4 77, 149,261 Wood. Karen 4 77, 169 Wood, Theresa 4 111 Woods, Bill 4 111 Woodward, Joe 4 111. 134. 188 Wooley. Georgette 4 129 Wynn, Donny- 93, 134, 142, 145 Wyont, Barry 4 77, 141, 149, 188. 195 Wyont, Char1ot4 93 ,,Y,. Yeager, Karen 4 111, 165, 174 Young, Joe 4 129 Young, Julie 4 129 Young, Rose 4 129 Young, Virginia 4 93 .Z., Zachary, Karen 4 93, 137. 157 Zeigler, Beverly 4 77 Scroll 4 138-140 Student Corps 4 156 Student Council 4 132-135 Thespians 4 146 Tournament Club 4 147 Troyans 4 172-175 Troy Dolls 4 175 Troyettes 4 175 Y-Teens 4 165 Track4212-215 Top Ten Percent of Senior Class 4 258. 259 Whois Who 4 244-247 295 ' A 1 1- 1. -ww AAQYRA M. - 1 1 'KL .-.1-,:.1,L.f ,,. ---. wwpfaf, .ywgiig-111?ffy s 426 i,. 1g?,..Z5y!N,fs15,,: ,N -fffiggw , , A 1 K Q C . 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