Alexandria High School - Epic Yearbook (Alexandria, LA)

 - Class of 1978

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Les Superlatits . Los Meiores . . D. Clubs . . . Les s Sports . . . Desportes . Q. . Faculty . . . Les Professeurs . . . Mr s Q. . Gente . . Ads . ...Les Advertissemehts Anuncios Q .tl os'Mel0res . . Clubs L. l'el . Les Clubs Cl'UbSg . . fsportsstl. .ff y . . . Les Professeurs .Maestras . Ki . Classes . Les..Peupfles.f issements - Anuncios . ...Features ssaall . Les,Super,.l.a'tE,fs L4 s . . . Clubs . . . Sports . . .S Les Sports . . Desportes Facu s . . . Classes . . . Les Peuples . . .Gente . S. . Ads. L. .Les Adv es . . . Les Superlatits.. . . Los Meiores . S. . Clulbsl. .L . Les Clubs ts F. . . Desportes . . . Faculty . . . Les Protesseurs . . F. Maestras nte . . . Ads . . . Les Adv' Anuncios . . . Feature s . . . Clubs . . . Les " sorts . . . Les Sport s Protesseurs . . . I Deuples . . . Gel s . . . Anuncios . . Los Meiores s...Sports.. tlty...Les s . . . Les Peur trtissements s Superlatits . Clu sportes . Class ds...LesA .Les s...LesClu .Des s . . . Maestro te . . . 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Features FEATURES CLUBS SPORTS FACULTY CLASSES ADS I ' ' Theres something dlstlnrtlve HOU ISIC' nc about a sc hool ln Loumana lt fomblnes the plczturelaque H ' and the Qramous, the lovely ' and the proud, and Shcri ng wtth tts own flatr hold's S ' them to tts hugh peC'GI Flcvor standards a- of hlarlk coffee, hot summers, and frrendly people lt's atmosphere that makes Alexandrua Sensor Hugh the place tt ts It 5 a nertaln flavor. ltts gust --- Loutstanal I 5, - wr x G .... - kgs, limb xxx . ,yu n , 4' x 3 '. K ' A ,SV X A Q 1, 'fig' K ., Q 5' 5 .fag , iw,-fl' w 4 ' .., u , I . 'mgk 2-fs' 1.?a"'n2 ..- .W '-Q , QQ-f .mfg fu ,Q .1xgy.f.LE-f .A 'A,1:, -- -u .9-Q ,I ' ik P 'Q J-1.4. - . 4-at Q I a my P K 5 s ' Nowhere but Louisiana is herit- Slg ns of age so evident in everyday life. lt makes even road, signs and Southern storefronts uniquep through ' heritage every work week routine Lifestyle becomes something to enjoy - for progress doesn't have to mean blandness. Both Louisiana and ASH have come forward with culture and character still their own. So relish them and learn from them . . . they're yours uniquely to use as you will: they are ASH and Louisiana. EPIC 6 'jx . " W 1 A .,741-5555.3-1,17 1 9 X . N .H .x , , .W ,, , Ake QT? Af E' 5 f f I , X ' 1 97 G, K f ' 'vi 4 r r W ' I A' 9 J .Q . xr, Q , , .N .X 5 Q' W , ' . -Q-Q K R Q q F953 ,L U ,-I g 'k N4 ' U7 , fr , M" x T Ex" wigs, 5 Q: V .f ' ' -"' MQ: I, ' . iffwl ' f'i,gj,,,," Q .fgT,.g.,1s' . g A , Wyjs Mi: an -lf' -Epi" ' ifki3 W HI , v ff A '71 A Q fi"q5"?1ff,:,'fI"tf,.. ', , g n -,W 1 , , umff-:v"f 7'1""" eiff'-W-1-Q45-V' "'f'I"'h,?'l1zEE5sfQ K -X Q '- ' ' ' f V , Y , ..,.- .. .-, ,AW M ,V A ff Jw 11-E ' f ,- If? , ."'W' 5, .l : ,..g V A ,, , Lfmifgeixf ' Ji I QE V 1531 : me - H l ' "J 1 ' 1 .L..Jf,' A , , F Aw-f'fv?W' ,, ' X 4- 'E ' , Ai ff 3' -' 5 :M MQW ' . . if si f ni m 5 2 5 'N V , Q . W fi, gp E 4 i r 2 ' 5 :ia Who in Louisiana is not both common Every and royal? Wealth lies in an individu- MG n al's greatest talents and happiness. And O everyone here reigns in one field or A K' ng another - soil judging, basketball lay-ups, tough algebra problems: everyone is pretty easygoing, basically happy with himself. lt's part of the spirit of these surroundings. Offered a broad educational realm to rule in any way he wants, every man at ASH really can be king. EPIC 10 1 1 EPI6 d ' ' Marlins Gr.1s,p.1r11lmur1's-S, ll-all veils Ol all kamls ruslon1x .uf- lnq hvre, dlre-rtmq the- slmpe- ral Cl lllfTll'll.OUlSldl'l11dllll-ilASH Wln-rn anyone- asks, Why do yfm dn Thol Jozz ,. , , , II that way' ,lu s lllv ly In 1111 thus answer " l-YdClllIOl'l, man' ll l1dDDl?I'lSlllYf'llll'x ffvfrry yoar"' So .1 flass QMS nts rmqs and turns them, by If8dIll0I'lj and Homeczommq we-ck mmlollls, and sensors are tradmonally snlly and thc' sf-.1 sons of the school year keep turmnq .md mrmmg ll'll lf 1,1 ' 'fl V' I 9' 0 it 'H -e . 0' +f-QQQQ ' l ,. s K? 13 EPIC .1 . 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Features . . . Les Superlatifs . . . Los Meiores . . . Fe s Meiares . Features . . . Les Superlatifs . . . Los Meiore s . . . Los Meiares . . . Features . . . Les Superlatifs . . . Lo perljatifs . . F. Las Meiores . . . Features. . . Les Superla s . . . Le s Superlatifs . . . Los Meiores . . . Features . . s . . . Features . . . Les Superlatifs . . . Los Mejares . . . F1 S Meiares . . . Features . . . Les Superlatits . . . Los Meiore nam simon HIGH ,GWR , N ,, , ,Y I 808001 732' ,, , x jf: iw E g g I , " l --v- , 775 K A -Z 1.5.2 -"gi E II T' M FEATURES EPIC 18 4:3 in gf-fy JNL Oqfgxafzfzia cfsfzioz K iv yaafm ,M,f'fM Gw -gm K my Y W, af Wx? 7" si a V ,L . I V! cygau' .lies india Gqfgxafzdzia cisxzioz '9 Pea IUV69 C ZOIZQZCZX Qzifz clfafz cyfcvyofzoz I K My cgwfspgafzia Qzscgzicg N!fMczL'cf0f6y0f20z ICN 92 07 fmnzgf Qiuf Jyfaiaf ina fzqy Qizaf WQIZ X Quay afofifzaofz KLSWSCOIZJ dd 41 ed 2.55555 Gyaais Qgf-:conf la JJ Eu' Wwe! Ugizcfdmaial VMZQ 16150145 Juan .SV K sf4mggw!? Jmigz SSSOZEIZQOIZ Qouzff JM 'TT QIZLQEZ gmfam 9044 'aff JMQJJ JWIZQ Jniffgou ina ia! :Mag QM yum QUIZ C70 Zky cgzxfg Man 255555 Oglazwcf QQQCLL5 .ffnaial ffmgflg ffmcfki -.f4SvEU5l2fg ima ia! cfammis Q22 cfs Uidfg Ma LL Be: zfgzauaf Man I ,, ' , jf cyopa .fflfvznzafz 59645 JMQJJ may -' , v ,Q iw., ' A T AA,, T . . ,iw f a? wg. Q aw Lf' , 'U , W 'A 1 k EQ M . YJ L-9 , xiifipk 1 1 'F PQMQQ ' Q 5 1. ,, Who's Who Ten outstanding seniors are chosen each year by the faculty to be Who's Who of Alexandria Senior High. Each student has excelled in the tasks which he has undertaken. He has been a responsible and dedicated leader. His activities have helped to shape his future and have influe enced others. He is a warrior of Troy. Clay Dearman, chief EPIC photographer, is an active member of Science Club, Art Club, and Quill and Scroll. Elected Senior Class Treasurer, he serves as statistician for the track and foot' ball teams and was a La. Boys' State delegate. Student Council Treasurer, Donald Fritz, is a member of the varsity football, track, and cross country teams. A delegate to La. Boys' State, he is also an active member of Future Voters. Senior Class President, Mimi Nichols was also a delegate to La. Girls' State. She is the Business Manager for this year's EPIC Staff and is an active member of Future Voters, French Club, Y- teens, and Ouill and Scroll. me F 31 Features Editor ofthe Forum, Hope Norman is also a member of Alexandrians and Concert Choir. She is a National Merit Semi-Finalist and is in Ouill and Scroll as well as on the EPIC Editorial Staff. She has twice been overall winner at State Rally in English and was selected to attend the Presidential Classroom. Ginger Graham, Editor-ineChiet of the 1978 EPIC, is also captain ot the Troydolls. A four-year member of the Y- teens and a National Merit Semi-Finalist, she also belongs to Quill and Scroll and National Honor Society, has served on the Royalty and Homecoming Courts, and was selected to attend the Presidential Classroom. Greg Texada, a member of the varsity football team, was elected Corresponding Secretary of the 1977-78 Stu- dent Council. He is the president ot Generation ll and attended La. Boys' State. He was elected Senior with the Finest Character as well as being this year's Nlr. ASH. L- EPlC 32 1 rs- .DX I na 'fc Selected as Basketball Queen her iunior year, Tari Wyrick is also co-head cheerleader. She was cho- sen Cutest in her Senior Class and has served on both the Royalty and Homecoming Courts. Span ish Club President, she is also a member of the National Honor Society. Key Club President, Billy Zachary, is sports editor for the Scroll Staff and a member of Alexandrians. He was also selected to attend the Presidential Classroom. Marty Wells, elected as the senior Most Likely to Succeed, leads ASH as Student Council President. An outstanding bandsman, he is also a member of National Honor Society, Key Club, Future Voters, and FCS. Shari Lee, elected 1977 Homecoming Oueen, is a member of the EPIC Editorial Staff and President ofthe French Honor Society. She is a two year var' sity cheerleader and is also in Alexandrians. She is a Key Club Calendar Girl and the Sweetheart Pag- eant winner. She also served on the Floyalty Court this year as Miss ASH. 33 Features ,ff-T' 1 i, fav if Z , X EPIC 34 ,X e eeee , U 3 Hope Norman cmd Greg Texodcu Pot-on-The-Bock Recipients I-s MSW 'I .... L' r 'Q' ' Q if ' I 'll v 2 Q 8? Pat-on-the-Back Service. Long after the 3:25 bell has rung, the winter sun starts slanting into dusk. One car remains in the student parking lot. Whose is it? Character. Special needs arise and dream projects call for attention. It seems as if a Sadat is required to get things rolling. Who listens as well as speaks, uses good sense as well as enthusiasm, and never lowers himself by lowering others? Who is rarely seen with- out that attentive smile on his face? Hope Norman and Greg Texada, for their demonstra- tion of diligence and principles upheld, receive the 1978 Optimist Club Pat-on-theABack Award, elected by the faculty of ASH. Q-uw, . ' ff 1 ' ,X E x.- if , ji, , y. 5 i l Y f 35 Features .4 . T, M . 'W X? 1 W , .11:m.f- ,Nqr .V Je in .1 5 'H""'D' ,,,M,,n, ,-4.----A-Q...-... 1 9 7 7 cyomuomifzg C7014 zf Shari Lee wears 197778 crown. l977 Homecoming Court The long awaited day dawned bright and sunny. The eight girls of the Homecoming Court awoke filled with excitement. During that day they reigned over the parade and the game. The festivities climaxed the next night at the 1977 Homecoming Dance amid laughter and smiles. Shari, Stephanie, Donna, Debbie, Tari, Ina, Susan, and Ginger experienced a feeling that they will long remember with happiness and pride. 37 Features EPIC 38 Z 5 ll P Lin.. tVQVAVQ,VA5mVA'6Av4xV4VAAVQvAv4v4AyAyAv-iv i f"" wr l fe., A 5. 39 Features l 978 Senior Personolities Frienclliest Shori Lee Don Coney Most Athletic Pom Kemper Will Robolois 40 L 1 4 1 X i E 'Yi P MWA K vm' r- M 1, 4 L... Q-4, , 1 if 'X - " " WY' 'fW'NZM4iIi1Z ,. ,.,- 3, , , ,, - 'flea 0.2. .4 13 .nbiili , lu 5, Si Mosr School Spirited Debbie Hoose Donold Fritz Curesr Tori Wyrick Mike Sorenson 41 Features Most Talented Leslie Cucld Steve Hoise Most Likely To Succeed Hope Norman Marty Wells EPIC 42 , 'fi' .. H s, K fa, . , , K if 1 W' ,, f ., V1 g, f ,,,l wma' - ,a,,,,x1s -' f 'W , M! '73 W fi + e I , i' ri 4 1, . ii Atv -I , , I , -b F - W W L A ,mg V-V', wr", j , it M. ., iwzgizh my gi ' . 'V Q, ', --at W .fx "W" rx. F-" N A f" tr ,, Wittiest Kim Bohart Paul Hillman Finest Character Cathy Rogers Greg Texada 43 Features Fmeslvmaw Class Fcwonites Qopkomow dass Fauofdtes Qheilwl2ooks MwiclwTwLpfw David Gwew Qfeplww Kohwma EPC Q. ,F Q . Q My -' W W Q: ' f . I 1 .. lf' ' wME- Q , ,dw ' 4 M31 fl,"v . , .N ., ., .. M A hc , m ,,1 m K MQ' 4 ' l f W 121.4-f 1 1? W' ' ' "hub 'ff f1nff'5" cv 4? ,..a,g'0 ' , mix X vw .QA any MW qs 26 if .K A-,, ' A M- Jwwvdass ' Class Qfeptwmpwdw P. J. www Cwwg Iaobuwow WaEtLabofule 45 Features Daughters of the American Revolution America isn't dour and cynical, lazy, gloomy, or plagued with iron-poor blood. The spirit of the United States is youth! Any representative of that spirit must be optimistic and ingenious, with a pressing sense of responsibility and an eagerness to carry it forward. There's a youth at ASH who does embody these quali- ties. She is Ginger Graham, the recipient of the DAR Award. 5 It X EPIC 46 Aer. -E 184' A H3 ,gl w. Presidential Classroom Whether Hope Norman is gazing thoughtfully at the Jefferson Memorial, or Tari Wyrick is enjoying one of the many exhibits at the Smithsonian, or Ginger Gra- ham and Billy Zachary are discussing what they saw in Congress, or Shari Lee is surveying the city from the top of the Washington Monument, all five ASH students are experiencing the excitement of the annual Presidential Classroom Award in Washington D.C. A week in the nation's capital is awarded to top high school students each year and these Trojans have been selected to represent ASH Seniors of 1978. 47 Features T EPIC 48 ,nz fi?-E' . . Louisiana State State government seems complex, confusing V fy., . 'sri if E I K ,NV 5 ff. .y l A J X , - V21 T rl. NG HOURS 1 fo SYM 'mv ow 4 , 8' gf 1 1 and hard to reach, sometimes wrapped in igno- rance as the Mississippi River is wrapped in fog The summer before their senior year, ten stu dents from ASH are selected by the faculty to dissolve some of the mystery surrounding state politics. After a week at Louisiana State holding mock elections, serving as officials, and explor- ing the workings of the law they recreate, dele- gates return with a much clearer vision of Baton Rouge, their capital city. an E P-3 E ffl aff' Q rs j- A ,ta ,. my if in-1 OPPOSlTE PAGE: Top Row: Cathy Rogers, Billy Zachary, Clay Dearman. Middle Row: Greg Texada, Marty Wells, Deb- bie Haase. Bottom Row: Don Corley, Mimi Nichols, Chris Clowers. NOT SHOWN: Susan Simonson, Donald Fritz. 6 Y .,- i to ' , 8 is H t t CHECK. F A weapons with , oesx sot t 6 - A. ,A i K t I 49 Features THIS PAGE: Top Row: Ginger Graham. Mid- dle Row: Tan Wyrick and Shari Lee. Bot- tom Row: Hope Nor, man, Billy Zachary, and Deborah Hardy. OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: Top Row: Cathy Rogers, Second Row: Denise Turner, and Lisa Schultz. Third Row: Flanelle Flank dles, Bud McBride, and Steven Scheffner. Bottom Flow: Toni Flebouche. OPPOSITE PAGE: BOTTOM: Top Row: Carol Smith. Middle Row: Susan Simon- sen, Caroline Wood- ward, Mimi Nichols, and Linda Graalman. Bottom Row: Clay Dearman, Jeff And' ing, and Chris Clow- ers. EPIC 50 i sfsithxe Top Ten Percent SCHOLARSHIP: rating geometry over the Sunday night movie, Silas Marner over Jaws: occasional sacrifices that pay oft in grade point averages. Or is it more, more than a number on a ranking sheet or a photo in a yearbook? True intellect has a passion to learn for Iearning's sake, an interest in everything around it, which is restless and alive and lasts for a lifetime. This is personified by the Top Ten Percent of the Senior Class - the thirty-two ranked highest in academics for 1978. 1' ' jf 6 I-an WL?" 51 Features 454 -,'lt?4P'Y C31 Clubs... Les Clubs . . . Clubs. . . Clubs . . . 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E9 ' f A A I ..., . 1417, v vu gf v o N B CLUBS 2 I if Corey Robinson, Vice-President Robert Texodo, Senior Rep. Morfy Wells, Presidenr Lynne Poindexfer, Junior Rep. Debbie Horrod, Secretory Gino Tcissin, Sophomore Rep. Donoid Fritz, Treasurer Kenny Robison, Freshman Rep EPIC 54 Student Council -- l977-78 The main project of the Student Council is promoting spirit. ln order to have funds for the year's activities the representatives and offi- cers began working to raise money during the summer with curb painting and car washes. The school year began with the Soc Hop. After an outstanding homecoming, the Student Council plunged into other projects. Plans for hat sales during football and basketball games showed the spirit that they sought to spread. As new creative ideas became realities, the year promised to be the most spirited one at ASH. 55 Clubs , lm, - L l , , ,fl nf' L A li V V 'Sgr 'Q' sa., -,,..,.,, in gg i K M , A - , fn. , J' -1 - """ ., ' ' ' . 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' X 1 N. 4' g 3 ,fi h KAI' ABOVE: STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES: Front Row: Sid Bertheaud, Tanye Broussard, Stephanie Duke, David Grimaud, Pam Kendricks, Suzanne LaFleur, Bud McBride, Gary Melder, 2nd Row: Carol Smith, George Tynes, Linda Williams, Susan Baker, Donald Berlin, Keith Crump, Connie Douglas, Stephanie Frederic. 3rd Row: Robert Greenberg, Paul Haase, Rita Hendricks, Mark Lafargue, Cheryl Lloyd, lna Milhouse, Den- ise Soderberg, Norm Thompson. 4th Row: Cornelius White, Lisa Wilson, Latokey Bobb, Jody Boudreaux, Beau Brook, Jamie Clowers, Ray Douglas, Eileen Gibbs. 5th Row: John Gilley, Sylvia Hardy, Melissa Lachney, Bill LaCour, Helen Loeffier, Keith Milan, Laura Parker, Frederic Perry. 6th Row: Jackie Ridgeway, Steve Sandkaut, Abby Smith, Sandra Walker, Robby Williamson, Melinda Barrnore, Randy Barnett, Chris Chandler, 7th Row: Christian Creed, Tammy Eckel, Leslie Graham, David Green, Dennis Joshua, Mecha! Kirk, Harold McKinney, Patricia Melder. 8th Row: David Reed, Beth Remel, Bobby Rogenmoser, Suzette Short, Dwaine Tennee, Ricky Texada, Tempi White. EPIC 56 Leo Club -- Rooring Good fx 5 . MCI .. ul 'W X ' f A slogan: Theres the Age of Chivalry, and theres the Age of the Leo Club or would you believe behind those rumpled T-shirts there are knights in shining armor? ls it surprising that gallantry and service exist, even when castles are replaced by schools and milk-white steeds by Chevy pickup trucks? Maybe a motive to help other people does not change with the centuries Leo Club members take it on their shoulders to devote their time and energy to the community s good Their reward no longer the satisfaction of seeing slain dragons and rescued princesses comes in knowing that their presence has improved an imperfect world LEFT: OFFICERS: Front Row: Paul Haase, Treasurer, Donald Fritz, Vice-President, Stephanie Duke, Secretary, Walt Laborde, 2nd VicefPresident, Sid Bertheaud, President. 5 i sf" 2 v L 'rfi xx LEFT: Front Row: Donald Fritz, Paul Haase. 2nd Row: Melinda Barmore, Tracy Haase, Carol Wade, Tina Duke, Linda Graalman, Ste- phanie Duke, Sid Bertheaud. 3rd Row: Diane McArthur, Tina Miller, Susan Bamburg, Margaret Gremillion, Marion Brown. 4th Row: Annette Clayton, Pam Masson, Chris- tian Creed, Debbie Fowler, Patricia Melder, Chris Chan- dler. 5th Row: Pau! Hiliman, Stephen Kohara, Kyle John' son, Paul Hutcheson, Ricky Nassif, Danette Urbina. 6th Row: Kim Bledsoe, Cindy Neck, Ginger Benson, Katrina Hanley, Tyra Bon- nette. 7th Row: .loe Long, Ron Hinkley, Bruce Kelly, Mark Dunham, David Grif- fith, Walt Laborde. 8th Row: Mike Robair, Duane Urbina, Steve Brandow, Robby Wil- liamson, Brenda Brechtel, Carl Crosby. 57 Clubs Key Club -- Involvement ls the Key Just as a key is needed to unlock a door, the Key Club is needed to unlock the door for today's youth to become tomorrow's leaders. ' The 1977-78 ASH Key Club, under the guid- ance of Joe Moreau, provides service to the community and the school. The contributions Q of these young Kiwanians include running . bingo games at the VA Hospital, collecting S money for various organizations, selling Key Club calendars and holding the Key Club Dance. Key Clubbers help to keep the spirit of ASH alive. REGHT: Front Row: P. J. Wenkel, Ginger Graham, Row: Con- e i nie Douglas, Shari Lee. 3rd Joanie Diefenderfer, Sandra 'rf' Fomby. 4th Row: Stephanie Frederick, Paula Beck. 5th Row: Linda Williams, Paula White. 6th Row: Lisa Wilson, Suzanne Lafl- eur. 7th Row: Robert Greenberg, Secretary: Billy Zachary, Presi- dent: Jeff Anding, Treasurer. 5f'Yt ABOVE: Front Row: Bill Tisdale, Norm Thompson, Jack Hallera, David Brook, Keith Crump, Scot Chase, Ronnie Beard, .lerre Kinard, Jerry Spencer, Rick Fowler, Jay Penny, Jeff Anding, Sammy Cloud, Scott Hunt. 2nd Flow: Joe Moreau, Sponsor, Keith Mitchell, Mark Williamson, Billy Zachary, Dave Mallard, David Haller, John Matthews, Duane Urbina, Ricky McLaren, Cornelius White, Lee Sherrill, John Rhodes, Bill LeBlanc, Marty Wells, Don Corley. 3rd Row: Tim Touchet, John Sharp, Randy Cason, Bud McBride, Mark Latargue, Robert Harrod, Robert Greenberg, Scott Reed, Mike Long, Dwight Gilley. EPlC 58 Jr Vols Meeting the Challenge . i,,,z,s.5, The Junior Volunteers put their ideas into action. They take some of their own time to spend with others. Where help is needed a Junior Volunteer can be found. As productive members of the community as well as of the school the Junior Volunteers prove that they care Awareness is the name of the game and personal satisfaction along with a unanimous vote of thanks is their reward. ABOVE: Frontilowzs Beverly Carter, Ramona Phillips, Pam Laird, Wanda Sanders, Nelda McGee, Geneva Countee, Delores Kirk, Cynthia Baker, Jeffrey Tennie, Phyllis Gammage, Harold Jett, Octavia Sherman, Lavetta Kemper, Brenda Raines, Jacqueline Texada, Pamela Rosenthal. 2nd Row: Cheryl Donahue, Cynthia Howard, Marilyn Boss, Sandra Richardson, Janine Johnson, Kathy Johnson, Aledra Freeman, Debra Stanley, lris Davis, Debra Seymore, Dorothy McClinton, Cornelius Wh ite, Greg Texada, Ste- phanie Frederic, Andre Young. LEFT: Front Row: Stephanie Fre- deric, Reporter, 2nd Row: Cynthia Howard, Vice-President: Che! ryl Donahue, Secretary. 3rd Row: Sandra Richardson, Treasurer. Not Shown: Sarah Manuel, President. J 59 Clubs lnternotionol Thespioin Society Production of live drama is the primary goal of the Thespians. From the day of their initia- tion, the new members have many tasks. They work both onstage and offstage, building sets, learning lines, and presenting plays. They strive to communicate with their audience and applause confirms their success. BELOW: Front Row: Leslie Graham, Karen Nachrnan, Stewart Hendricks, Tina Araiza. 2nd Row: Teresa Fowlkes, Bridget Raba- tais, Jennifer Maughan. 3rd Row: Tracy Murphy, Rick Fowler, Kim Bledsoe, Vickie Martin, Susan Peniston, Debbie Fowler, Trudi Mitchel, Mark Gallagher, FNGHT: Vickie Martin, Treasurerg Leslie Graham, Secretary, Kim Bohart, Presidentg Bridget Raba- lais, Vice4Presiclent. tat?" -f 46" 5 L -QE :,., ,AXE -. -L ff-ri: .3 X, .. .ak EPlC 60 National Forensic League The team with the most points wins the tro- phy. The person with the most points wins too. That's the way things work in the NFL. ls that the . . . National Football League? Of course it's not! lt's the National Forensics League! Any member of the Forensics team will tell you that. The points come from winning speech and debate tournaments not from football games . . . from brains not brawn . . . from persuasion power not physical power. AHS s talented Forensics Team -- they can be proud of their points. LEFT: Mr. Owens, Speech Coach. BOTTOM: Mark Gallagher, President: Mr. Owens, Sponsor. BELOW: Front Row: Rick Fowler Robert Harrod, .lerre Kinard. 2nd Row: Leslie Graham, Bridget Rabalais, Kelly McGowen, Jennifer Maughan, Mark Gallagher Vicki Martin, Susie Peniston, Teresa Fowlkes. 'CY' , .pm , l eil! 61 Clubs Alexandria Sr. High Bond , W EPSC 62 Bringing the Pieces Together l-Z f Q T lg!'5.v5f,, ,E WW" f -:AQ I ijt , ,,,, :aww Pit .2 I 1 M'-mv: . K ,, ef 'ra we M, W ,Q , ., H W . 1.-wa v W, " iq rf Q . not ' Q , jg' ' g .. I .ny -E, ,,. 1 -"' L' Wx, , - 1 . R s . 3 Q 4 ,-I, N A- , . , , ,i 31 .. H' X ,. A ' . 'I-7, 3 il D , ' ,,Q, if , f 1 .2 - 1, , , 4" L f ' 5 ,M s H' ., i . .. . , tg' , A V mt! Mtiiidfi k'fTi'.',Q,,,',ew 42115 ' ' , , .Z , 1 , ' , , , ,,. ,Mu -. , , ik - A A -4, , f V I .. H1,jM,,.,,+Af-f f we "'- ff- 5,35 r " tt, , l fo., if A rf L A -MQW -' ,VJ-fre, ' 9, nartfyg , of .. . V ., .45 1. ,Q J, J ir' in 'Lv 'T' W ' as, A riff, - P+- 'Elf PPG? 'J A giantjigsaw puzzle perfectly symbolizes the ASH Band. Each member with his own instrument is a piece of the puzzle. Mr. Andrews, the band director, is the person putting the puzzle together. l-le slowly and carefully adds one piece at a time so that it fits in with each of the others. The fin- ished puzzle looks like the top of its box, the organized band sounds like one single unit. lt brings harmony into the lives of those at ASH. TOP LEFT: Front Row: Raymond Rex, Carolyn Taylor, Tracy John- ston, Joe Berry, Tasha McCarty, Carol Walton, Deborah Moore, Lisa Wolfe, Joanne Hixson, Trency Elliott, Wendy Herrin, Barbara Rey- nolds, Annette Clayton, Paula Beck, Salette,Tennie, Leslie Cudd. 2nd Row: Luke Moore, Toxie Cockrell, Becky Strazza, Terry Hardy, Julia Frederick, Anita Clark,sShirley Fra- zier, Kerry Foster, Dwayne King, Lori Wells, David,Dezendort, Rich- ard Brooks, Yvonne Tanner, Michal William, Floclney Cole,,Steve Barnes, Derrick Morrison,'Jamie Reding, Greg Clark, Donna Newton, Rosa Liou,iSheri Lewis. Nancy Schlettler, Joy Kinard. 3rd Row: Marty Wells, David Cooter, Michael Smith, Jeff Clark, Jett Bryant, Ricky Beck, Kenny Robison, Jerry Walker, Kent Bonnette, Charles Shone, Harold Jett, Bill LaCour, David Robe erts, Rodric Marbs, Cornelius White, Robert DeWitt, Tim Burna- man, Jerre Kinard, Scot Breland, Ted Scott, Stephanie Tennie, Michael Carpenter, David Ray, John O'Neil, Harlan l-linkston, Kimble Honore, David Liggins. 4th Row: Jessie West, Michael Johnson, David Ogle, James Moore, Margo St. Julian, Frederic Berry, Michael Booze, Richard Shelton, Johnny London, Cullen Washington, Mat- thew Surgent, Michael Madden, Dwight Tennie, Robert Sneed, Neil Barham. OPPOSITE PAGE: BOT- TOM LEFT: Leslie Cudd, Drum Maiorette. BOTTOM RlGHT: Mr. Andrews, Band instructor. 63 Clubs Where There Is Music EPIC 64 Theres Happiness OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP LEFT: JAZZ BANDi Front Row: Sheri Lewis, Carol Taylor, Leslie Cudd, Derrick Morrison, Tracy Johnston, Larry Waller, Michael Williams, Joanne Hixson, 2nd Row: Raymond Rax, Ann Robinson, Robert Giordani, Michael Smith, Mark Williamson. 3rd Row: Tim Burnaman, John O'Neil, Kimble Honore, Nancy Scbettler, Joy Kinard. 4th Row: David Cooter, JeftClark, Marty Wells, Ricky Beck, Kenny Robi- son, Lori Wells, Jere Kinard, Dwight Tennie. BOTTOM LEFT: OFFICERS: Front Row: John O'Neil, Treasurer, Derrick Morrison, lst Lieutenant, Annette Clayton, Secretary, Jerre Kinard, Band Captain. 2nd Row: Lori Wells, Band Chaplain, Frederic Berry, Uniform Manager, Lisa Wilson, Jr. Representative: Tim Burnaman, Instrument Manager, Leslie Cudd, Publicity Chairman, Nancy Scnettler, Soph. Representative, Sheri Lewis, Librarian. TOP: RIFLE CORPS: Front Row: Diane Waller, Debbie Downey. 2nd Row: Pam McClung, Linda Robinson. 3rd Row: lna Mill- house, Captain, 4th Row: Jennifer Downey, Co-Captain. ABOVE: MAJORETTES: Front Row: Pam Fillette, Lisa Davis. 2nd Row: Pam Casey, Allison Johnson, Head Maiorette. CENTER: Lisa Wilson, Feature Twirler. 65 Clubs . K X 'iii Slring lnslrumc-anlolislsond Advisory Council X 42' .Q Q TOP: STRING INSTRUMENTALISTS: Dennis Elliott, Andre Sykes, Raynal Walker. BOTTOM: ADVlSORY COUNCIL: Front Row: Latokey Bobb, Anita Clark, Mike Hardy, Lisa McNary, Mark Dunham. 2nd Rom: Lavettalkember, Mrs. J. C. Cooper, Sponsor: Kevin Brown ."' ' ' .EPIC 66. FMLA - Music ls Our Business -N 4 1 -i . .,., ,J Say "Louisiana" to someone, and a neon light is likely to start flashing in his head: Music - Music -- Music! This state is the center of Dixieland jazz and has a culture rich in folk songs, spirituals, and unique Acadian music, it's the oldest, strongest supporter of opera in America, with many civic symphonies and choral groups. Thus, the vocalists and instrumentalists at ASH are an essential part of any national group of musicians! And whether they join the company of Louis Gottshalk and Louis Armstrong or not they can all continue to enjoy music and to have a lifetime interest in the arts. i ts fr 2 ABOVE: Front Row: Anna Wardsworth, Leslie Cudd, Thaddus Washington, Mrs. Arlt, Sponsor: Sandra Walker,Belinda McNeal, Janice Jordan Janice Minor. 2nd Row: Brenda Crouch, Nancy Schettter, Barbara Reynolds, Carol Taylor, Charlotte Johnson. 3rd Row: Laurie Boudreaux, Lisa Bouclreaux, Lisa Davis, Pam Fillette, Lori Wells, Jamie Mott, Jerry Jordan, Marcia Jones, Cindy Lafleur. 4th Row: Linda Jackson, Stephanie Ebare, Steve Bailey, Annette Clayton, Melissa Plaisance, Carole Myers, Greg Clark, Kenny Robison. Sth Row: Jeff Clark, Jennifer Downey David Cooter, Patti Holmes, Cheryl Donahue, Jerre Kinard, Hope Norman. 6th Row: Elmore Howard, Randy Ford, Shari Lee, Cathy Langston Latokey Bobb, Ginger Benson, Maria Lochuvial. 7th Row: Cari Crosby, Jeff Pearson, Tim Burnaman, George Tynes, Marty Well, Caroline Wood ward, Jane Banks, 67 Clubs i Q1 Alexonclrions!Concert Choir A lt's spring, the first day of auditions, and the - g news is already out. "Are you going to try out? A You have to be really good. You have to be able c, , to think and you have to like to win. lt's not- , y'know - for just anybody, they say." Of A T course not: the Alexandrians is a select group A y A - ' v -"- can Z of Trojan voices trained not only in singing 4 but in excellent singing from tough classical pieces to more easy going swing works Those - who will see their names on the list of chosen voices who ll cry I made it man' name and befits an Alexandrian. RIGHT: OFFlCERS: Patti Holmes, Secretary: Jeff Clark, Tenor l Section Leader: Beth Elliot, Vice-President. Lori Wells, Soprano Section Leader. 2nd Row: Jamie Mott, Accompanistg Janet Ger- ami, President: Hope Norman, Alto Section Leaderg Cheryl Lloyd, t 'N g Librarian. ' A ' ABOVE: Front Row: Jamie Mott, Amy Smith, Patti Hoimes, Hope Norman, Mrs. Arit, Sponsor, Jeff Clark, Beth Elliott, Lori Wells, Cheryl Lloyd. 2nd Row: Darleen Reed, Carey Robinson, Cheryl Donahue, Latokey Bobb, Mark Dunham, Shari Lee, Charlotte Gatlin, Allison Miller, Matthew Dearbone. 3rd Row: Carl Crosby, Jeff Pearson, Caroiine Woodward, Atten Easter, Steve Brandow, Danny Good, Biily Zachary, George McGrew, Janet Gerami, Eugene Mack, David Griffith. EPIC 68 deserve the prestige that comes with their W, i-Q. , A .- -.1 The Epitome of Success .,.,...X .Ll i learnt' Q ,i K x I-.-f ...Aa ,.,1, f My Why do beautiful blondes cut their hair like berman shirts? For the same reason that kids with fine voices ioin the Concert Choir one s best points deserve a perfect setting and should be played up to best advantage Noth ing flatters a colorful energetic singing voice more than the setting of a superior chorus When individual sounds blend and combine wow' The result transcends any unaided voice by far. The Concert Choir takes natural talent, disciplines and directs it, and lets it shine to its full potential. Farrah Fawcett? Why do husky guys wear luhm- ABOVE: Front Row: Barbara Reynolds, Cheryl Lloyd, Cheryl Donahue, Pam Fillette, Lisa Davis, Danette Stalnakef, Amy Smith, Diane McArthur, Sonya Jeter. 2nd Row: Stephanie Ebare, Cynthis Howard, Darleen Reed, Charlotte Gatlin, Jerry Jordan, Jamie Mott, Terrie Henry, Hope Nomran, Janet Gerami. 3rd Row: Pre- ston Ebare, Steve Bailey, Matthew Dearbone, Danny Good, Carl Crosby, Sherman Reed, Chris Marien, Allison Miller, Allen Easter. 4th Row: David Griffith, Lloyd Humphries, Nathaniel Trottie, Steve Brandow, George Tynes, Eugene Mack, Kelli Duggan, George McGrew, Darren Scott. LEFT: OFFICERS: Front Row: Hope Norman, Alto Section Leader. 2nd Row: Jamie Mott, Soprano Section Leader, George Tynes, Bass Section Leader, George McGrew, Tenor Section Leader, Charlotte Gatlin, Librar- ian, Diane McArthur, Representative. 69 Clubs The most fun classes are those in which stu- dents feel there s never enough time. Things sometimes get moving even before the bell rings and almost always keep going after class is over' every minute Women s Chorus is like ics of choral music and are quickly approach- ing the level of the higher groups. However they obviously know when to curb their enthu- siasm - if they overdid their eager pace they d be too breathless to produce that lovely female sound the school enjoys from them. that. Its forty members have grasped the bas- Women's Chorus TOP: OF FICERS: Front Row: Anna Wardsworth, Accompariistg Charlotte Walton, Accompanistp Sandra Walker, Librarian. ABOVE: Front Row: Cindy Lafleur, Belinda McNeal, Lauri Smith, Mrs. Arlt. 2nd Row: Laurie Boudreaux,C son, Janice Jordan, Janice Minor. 3rd Row: Sandra Walker, Brenda Crouch, Carole Myers, Elnora Howard, Jean Hebert. 4th Row sance, Anna Wardsworth, Charlotte Johnson, Sarah Manuel, Jane Banks. EPIC 70 .3 9th Grode -- Welcome to the Music it 6 L ... .K sv' ' Rt" Without hearing what singers call a good attack - an opening with plenty of pow - an audience can get amazingly confused. "What adds life? What's the real thing? Who wants to be my favorite store?", they might ask. Strong beginnings may even be important for a choral program as a whole. At ASH this is the reason the freshman choir is so much appreciated' besides being an exciting group at the pres- ent ninth-grade choristers promise terrific vocal productions through 1981. LEFT: OFFICERS: Marcia Jones, Representative, Ginger Benson Accompanist. Not Shown: Laura Mosby, Librarian. X , ABOVE: Front Row: Billy Taylor, Angela Cole, Theresa Hale, Sherry Bordelon, Renee Dunlap, Chris Nassif, Wendell Nickles, Mechall Kirk 2nd Row: Leslie Galligan, Curtis Bennett, Thaddus Washington, Tina Aratze, Marcia Jones, Becky Pinson, Mark McGraw, Linda Thrash, Dan Stokes 3rd Row: Ginger Benson, Martin Lewis, Lance Goss, Mark Dunham, Jerry Wilson, Yolanda Fields, Cathy Langston, Derek Tiles. 71 Cubs Scroll Stuff x xx' 5 12:2 1 , ,f Lg: JUDY' vs, I, J--zz XIUIKN1 ..l VTEEIIS Q Tqksnp 19' ?,f f i 3' , ,- 3 . .14 97 14 1: argk , i, Q5 A .i :Vg EPIC 72 ,X l. . lmPRE55ive WQfk f 1l ' .Qs .. , t,,,,.. S is is .AQ -fi-H it Q A eg . L U if ,Wi ' V .aff . 'iff' Q V ,,., . .M , ,,,,i1, I . ,,t. -un f -.4 . 1 raves - Issues of the SCROLL arrive at ASH each month, freshly inked and printed but more importantly fresh in the news they contain. Throughout the school the noise level falls to zero as everyone is caught up poring over his paper. In it he finds reports and rehashings news of opportunities and events and articles that do everything from advise to amuse. All of this is written and organized with professional care reinforced with sharp photography. It s SCROLLS come in' their quality commands attention. no wonder that homerooms grow quiet when OPPOSITE PAGEQVTOP LEFT: EDITORS: Susan Simonsen, Mel Queen. BOTTOM LEFT: Sponsor, Mrs. Lee. BOTTOM FUGHT: Kym Bohart, Don Corley. LEFT: REPORTERS: Front Row: Ann Hum- phries, Klm Cupples. Znd Row: Denise'Turner, Jamie Clowers, Starlene Grayson, Anna Wardsworth, Kathy Kosik, Tim Burke. BOTTOM LEFT: Donna Grant, Mary Ann Walding. BELOW: Jea- nine Marten, f"Sx. Z 1 X . 2511- 'Af ,f rs .gifyi L . . .gy 3,33 ,J g A- L .5 as ' b'iZ 'W . R.. 73 Clubs if f,r'W A r L7 V V' . W1 Y , , ' 1 , ggxf' 4. A M9 My , M, , , , 'SN I . Ky Qdmq , T 'W lv ., 1 TOP LEFT: PHOTOGRAPHERS: Nancy Edwards, David Voda, Kevin Young, Billy Murphy. TOP RIGHT: Becky Friday, Keily Harris, Suzanne Mckay, Katie Tyler. BOTTOM LEFT: Andrea Chase, Marion Brown. BOTTOM RIGHT: Front Row: Terry Smzth, Pam Holmes. 2nd Row: Stephanie Frederic, Bilty Zachary. EPIC 74 ArfCIub --- Gift of Crecifion 2,41 W, . , q9t,,,,6w2m.gifjef 4 4 ju -l goal' ' -Af' 4' of ,..,"'l Qu f i V PM F5 zawaww' The awesome Troyan mural in the Commons calmly watches all who pass through the doors 'xr CA of ASH This magnificent contribution is one of many that the Art Club has given to ASH The Art Clubbers add new dimensions to the ever colors is reflected, refracted and bent by their skillful hands and creative minds The light from which the spectrum comes shines proudly on the members of the Art Club and offers itself to them They take it carefully and use it to create beauty for the enioyment of all c cyyy changing prism that is ASH. The spectrum of ABOVE: Front Row: Mrs. Marlene Thevenote, Sponsor, Theresa Connella, Rita Hendricks, Karen Cockerham, Kelly Booth, Scharon Swift, Joyce Chapman, Carrie Saucier. 2nd Row: Lisa Bohart, Ceasar Kelly, Brenda Reed, Suzy Little, Jenny David, Cheryl Prats, Dwayne Gauthier, Mark Lafargue. 3rd Row: Ralph Funk, Bill LeBlanc, David Roberts, Curtis Pugh, Leslie Glankler, Rick Fowler, Karen Mathews, Debbie Haase, Stephanie Gremil- lion. LEFT: OFFKDERS: Front Row: Carrie Saucier, Program Chair- man, Dwayne Gauthier, Secretary. 2nd Row: Bill LeBlanc, Presi- dent, Rick Fowler, Vice-President, Mark Lafargue, Treasurer, A ll A 75 Clubs, Modern literature is inescapable. lt comes weaving out of the radio in the lyrics of the best rock artists it pursues us in magazines movies and television shows A group of lun iors and seniors at ASH who are responding to this creative abundance comprise the Quill and Scroll Society which encourages writing through its literary magazine the FORUM an by sponsoring literary events Ouill and Scroll erates excitement in the world it addresses a world that is ready for young literature and whose identity will be shaped by youth . . . I I d breeds superior work, and superior work gen- ABOVE: Front Row: Mary Kay Simpson, Julie Simon, Linda Graal- man, Carrie Saucier, Debbie Gutweiler, Patty Hill, Vickie Reid. Christy Woike. 2nd Row: Ginger Graham, Susan Baker, Robert Greenberg, Cheryi Donahue, Sandra Fomby, Suzanne Lafleur, Karyn Gray, Ranelle Randles, Carol Smith, Mary Hathorn, Cathy Rogers, Mimi Nichols. 3rd Row: Steven Scheffer, Clay Dearman, David Brook, Billy Zachary, Jeff Bryant, Bud McBride, Chris Clowers, RIGHT: OFFlCERS: Front Row: Vickie Reid, Secretary: Karyn Gray, Treasurer. 2nd Row: David Brook, Vice'Presidentp Sandra Fomby, President. EPlC 76 The Pen ls Mightier h.. f'l!'f.s TOP LEFT: Hope Norman, Editor of the FORUM: Julie Simon, Associate Editor. CENTER LEFT: Front Row: Cathy Rogers, "Nature" Section Head. 2nd Row: Cheryl Donahue, Assistant "Nature" Section Head: Carrie Saucier, Assistant "Youth" Section Headg Linda Graalman, "Youth" Section Head. CENTER RIGHT: Front Row:'Karyn Gray, Assistant "Religion" Section Head. 2nd Row: Dennis Dengel, "Religion" Section Head: Christy Woike, Assistant "impressions" Section Head: Steve Thomasson, "Love" Section Head. BOTTOM LEFT: David Grimaud, Assist- ant "Disillusionment" Section Headg Ste' ven Scheffer, "Disillusionment" Section Head: Susan Baker, Assistant "Fantasy" Section Head: Chris Clowers, "Fantasy" Section Head. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Jackson . . . There's a skeleton in every closet. 77 Clubs ASH Cheerleaders E I F ' 'J I ' , f B 3 . A 1. R FS , , r - T 2' 'f , 5 if 'FQ 'E ' ' ., - f . y ' 1? cya, , "Sm - A1574 xr . N 0 EPIC 78 W? ABOVE LEFT, TOP TO BOTTOM: Debbie Haase, Head: Ranelie Ran- dles, Stephanie Frederic, Karen Haase. ABOVE RIGHT: J.V. CHEER- LEADERS: Front Row: Susan Armand. 2nd Row: Jeannie Chapman, Nina Millhouse, Paula White. Sporkle, Smiles, ond Spirit When someone plugs a lamp into the wall, a current Uaveh through the wwe and the Hght bulb goes on It breaks suddenly,iJnexpectedly,into the darkness and causes everyone in the room to react immediately to the unaccusuwned bnghtness When the cheerleaders get out on the gym floor at a pep rally, they are just like that plug in the wall. They start a cunent whmh Uavds qumkw Uwoughoutthe gyniand causes it to explode uncontrollably into SPIRIT Everyone reacts immediately to this dynamic sensation The gym lights up with the brilliance of Troian spirit What causes this reaction? The cheerleaders eight explosive girls strike the spark' They light the dynamite which starts the explosion And after spreading their enthusiasnithroughoutthe gynw they SUH have spintto spare QL 'OP LEFT: Terri Wyrick, Co-Head. BELOW LEFT: Mrs. Sparks, Spon- or. RIGHT, TOP TO BOTTOM: Shari Lee, Merrick Turpin, P. J. Venkel. 79 Clubs When a Trojan fan looks into ASH's stands ata football game, a square of purple and gold meets the eye. This square is the Troyans, boosters of Trojan spirit. The Troydolls, a major part of the Troyans, add another dimen- sion to the group as they perform dance rou- tines onthe court and on the field. Troyans sell spirit tags, candy, programs at football games, and tickets to the annual Troyan sponsored Christmas dance. They are a symbol of our mighty Trojan power with their strong support of all sports at ASH. 4185, .px EPC 80 In, jg 5'-igifg f' Troycins - Spirit Dominoles i if Cb " , ., , ,- ,.x, , AA,:i11, , 9. .1,. W vii in -i ABOVE: SQUAD lV: Front Row: Paula Smith, Fritzie Fine, Sheri Perkins, Tracy Haase, Leslie Graham, Paula Thiels, Karen Nachman, Cheryl Stull, Melissa Ford, Sharon Lafargue. 2nd Row: Leah Couvillion, Kelly Booth, Cherie Hair, Debbie Fowler, Missy Gilchrist, Trudi Mitchell, Chris Chandler, Vicki Garon. 3rd Row: Joanna Fallin, Daena Ponce-roll, Beth Remel, Terri Mabry, Vicki Job, Pam Masson, Stacey Vedder, Chyrisse Carter, Patricia Sparks. 4th Row: Stacey Vaughn, Kelly Cupples, Suzette Short, Tracy Corley, Dena Harrell, Kim Mattson, Vicki Campo, Carmen St. Amant, Mary Ann Whisenhunt. TOP LEFT: OFFlCEFlS: Sandra Fomby, Danceline Co-Captain, Ginger Graham, Danceline Captain, Meichelle Myers, Squad Leader: Allison Barton, Squad Leader, Mary Ann Whisenhunt, Squad Leader, Vickie Martin, Squad Leader, Jeri Gowen, Vice- President: Angela Porche, President. TOP RIGHT: Ms. Cleveland, Sponsork 81 Clubs wfmMW"""""'i-'wlzlfil ,,m.. Qi - ,fl ' . ,X ,, .,,,NMmw w..,r,,.,MWw MW f .. WM - 'J .4 . ,. g my YWVL M ,V , V MWWNH' W M kk'V ' - 33, k ,'Q.,f NT .r,, .. , H ,, . 1 wa i.,.,,M,w , ,, . S W.m,,,,m.mNuWM4WLw, k.V,,L N WW V I W- Awww .aww MM"""""'-1'-1w..,,,N- .-JP" M- --ga WR wr X yy is ABOVE: Front Row: SQUADS 1, 2, AND 3: Paula Frazier, Andrea Chase, Susan Robinson, Jennea Dousay. 2nd Row: Cindy Neck, Susan Bam- burg, Sandra Walker, Tina Taylor. 3rd Row: Ann Humphries, Renee Nuckols, Suzy Little, Kim Phillips. RIGHT: Mrs. Carbary . . . Organized M Believe it or not. if.- JP If 4 i' -N I si 5,5 V 725 EPIC 82 l v.' g,' -4' .- Wm ABGVE' DANCELINE' Front Raw' Gharfmtewalton, Joanie11Diefen- derfer Laura Parker Gmger Graham Capiaing Suzanne Lafleur, Chen Lafleur Teresa Fowlkes 2nd Row Allison Millery-,Cathy Wilder Debble Harrod Sandra Fomby Co Captain: Starlene Gray- son Kem Cupples LEFT Mrs Wlllaams Sponsor. ff" rf' 83 Clubs Ncilionol Honor Society What qualities are found in a National Honor Society member? Leadership - Scholarship - Character - Service - These are the most noticeable. The purpose of National Honor Society is to further cultural activities at school. The members traditionally serve as guides for Parent's Night. ln addition, this year they are sponsoring the film "All the Kings Men" for the juniors and seniors. The National Honor Society assisted Quill and Scroll in sponsoring Mrs. Lynch's book review and also accompanied the Ouill and Scroll members to New Orleans to see the King Tut .ir exhibit. The climax ofthe year is the initiation -W of new members. This group of outstanding students serves as a shining example for those atASH. g A y l l l TOP: Mrs. Shatter, Sponsor. ABOVE: Front Row: Jeff Anding, Paula Beck, Joyce Chapman, Chris Clowers. 2nd Row: Leslie Cudcl, Clay Dearman, Dennis Derigel, Paula Frazier. 3rd Row: Linda Graalman, Ginger Graham, Deborah Hardy, Allison Johnson. OPPOSlTE PAGE: ABOVE: Front Row: Suzanne Lafleur, Shari Lee, Cathy Lintzner, Bud McBride. 2nd Row: Mimi Nichols, Hope Norman. 3rd Flow: Ranelle Handles, Steven Scheffer. 4th Row: Susan Simon' sen, Carol Smith. Sth Row: Steven Thomasson, Denise Turner, Marty Wells, Mark Williamson. Sth Row: Caroline Woodward, Terri Wyrick, Billy Zachary. Not Shown: Howard Boudreaux, Coleen Bruns, Paula Turner. CENTER: OFFIQ CERS: Bud McBride, President: Mimi Nichols, Vice-President: Leslie Cudd, Secretary: Susan Simonsen, Treasurer. EPIC 84 Reaching for the Stars F' . v' ' 764 '55-' 5 ' ' n I I 13 "fx br'-as-..g,f1. Q,gfm,,o-fx s N wk -Q, 1 I ! lze,,iwg,Sf3aQ'g5'?m5H'3bw15S5T-.Wit N 'liix-"safe 225051 Q1- ' ' 'ix A +..?i"'5i'f3 , Q .,,gl,ezn,Qu, xwmat K A Kiflnff m'5g1",gf Z I mf 4+ -. .1941 Q 9'7" . .. v if g' , E s .ui 4' ,,..a. 85 Clubs French Club --- Bon Pour Nous lmagine a young girl sitting at an outdoor table of a small cafe in Paris. Suddenly she hears a voice behind her and she turns quickly The voice says Pardon mademoi selle voulez vous aller a la Tour Eiffel avec moi? tTransIation Pardon miss do you want to go to the Eiffel Tower with me7j Does her heart beat faster? Of course not she was a member of the French Club at ASH She rep lies Oui monsieur voulez vous acheter des bonbon de La Cercle Francais? CTranslation Yes sir do you want to buy some French Club as' . . I ' My V , . : 4, R , ' , Y ' candy?"J What loyal members the French Club f ' h . 5 i fb f L f .',5'--.-"l TOP RlGHT: OFFlCERS: Front Row: Guy Navarro, Sponsor, Sandra Richardson, Vice-President, Shari Lee, President, Mary Simpson, Trea- surerg Raymond Rax, Project Chairman. 2nd Flow: Dianne Word, Project Chairman, Christy Woike, Historiang Julie Simon, Secretary. ABOVE: Front Row: Sheri Perkins, Kim Davis, Ronnie Beard, James Hunter, Linda Graalman, Tracy Haase, Jenny David, Yuko Baudoin, Sharon Mitc- hell, Melissa Ford, Carol Wade, Carmen St. Armant, Debbie Fowler, 2nd Row: Ginger Graham, Julie Simon, Holly Brown, Susan Robinson, Alia son Barton, Karen Streback, Cathy Gaspar, Margaret Gremillion, Pam Masson, Raynal Walker, Kim Phillips, Donald Berlin, Karen Cockerham, Christy Woike, Fred Simon, Kevin Brown, Verne Chatman. 3rd Row: Chyrisse Carter, Patricia Sparks, Trudi Mitchell, Kim Mattson, Cathy Madi- gan, Pam Soderberg, Carol Smith, Tyra Bonnette, Joan Gaspar, Sylvia Hardy, Coleen Langston, Mary Ann Walding, Karen Barnes, Thomas Smith, John Sharp, Mary Hathorn, 4th Row: Diane Word, Wanda Sanders, Mable Franklin, Jamie Clowers, Paula White, Cindy Neck, Karyn Gray, Anita Walker, Shari Lee, Cherie Hair, David Hammons, Linda Williams, Susan Bledsoe, Kim Bledsoe, Terri Mabry, Mary Kay Simpson. Sth Row: David Brook, Keith Mitchell, Raymond Rax, Bill LeBlanc, Paul Haase, Ranelle Randles, Sandra Richardson, Mike Lacey, Mary Ann Whi- senhunt, Bud McBride, Cathy Wilder, Rita Hinkley, Brenda Brechtel, Vicki Campo, Tim Touchet, Annette Clayton, Ginger Benson. EPIC 86 Spanish - Poco ci Poco Se Vo Leios SITUATION You an American tourist are at a bright noisy Madrid bullfight when the good looking matador Cwho s gust wowed the crowd with his unbeatable skillj crosses the arena kneels before you and lays a rose at your feet What do you do? ANSWER After rising and reeling off a flaw less five minute acceptance of his proposal of word for your terrific preparation in the lan guage the ASH Spanish Club Then with your loveliest smile you take the matadors arm and ride off with him into the sunset to shouts of Ole' gig, ,Q marriage, in Spanish, you throw in a good LEFT: OFFICERS: Cathy Miller, Treasurer: Ms. Reighney,fSpon- sorg Teri Montou, Secretary: Teri Wyrick, President: Brenda Reed, Program Chairman, Stephanie Frederic, Vice-President. L...--fe --4 ABOVE: Front Row: Kathy Ringo, Pamela Rosenthal, David McKnight, Steve Sandkaut, Robert Settles, Brenda Reed, Carrie Saucier, Merrick Turpin, Jerry Spencer, Phillip Ortiz. 2nd Row: Kim Williams, Maura Brooks, Cynthia Baker, Todd Lachney, Jesse Hoffpauir, Lisa Rich, Susan Armand, Tina Jeanise, Connie Waveris, Scott Reed. 3rd Row: Nancy Schettler, Bonnie Stewart, Jill Branton, Chris Wallace, Sandy Williams, Dena Harrell, Sonya Jeter, Nina Millhouse, Teri Montou, Cathy Miller, Phyllis Gammage. 4th Row: Robert Harrod, Laura Parker, Janell Fairi cloth, Tina Guinn, Tari Wyrick, Susan Miller, Karen Latham, Marilyn Boss, Shelli Nledlin, Cora Lee Brown. Jay Dunham. Sth Row: Carter Hum- phreys, Jay Penny, Chris Clowers, Don Corley, Marty Wells, Roger Wilt, Duane Urbina, Jeff Pearson, Kevin Young, David Gregory. 6th Row: David i-laller, Cornelius White, Kevin Short, Leslie Glankler, Billy Debevec, Keith Milom, Bill Herrington, Timothy Burke, Scot Chase. 87 Clubs Pi Epsilon Deltci Noture s Reveoler The Science Club requires its members to have initiative ambition curiosity and an interest in discovering new things in the world Officially named the Pi Epsilon Delta Scientific Society it sponsors and organizes the school science fair It sends school winners to regional and state science fairs with hopes of someday having an international entrant. Thus the Science Club gives students an opportunity to express their ideas creatively in the fields of math and science. ,mwemaas--Q -'mir' -"'- Y' TOP: OFFICERS: Front Row: Linda Graalman, Stephanie Duke, Julie Simon. 2nd Row Chris Clowers Susan Baker Steven Scheffer ABOVE Front Row: Lisa Wilson, Dianne Word, Cherie Hair, Tom Edwards, Mary Ann Walding Annette Clayton Christy Woike Paula Frazier Fred Simon, David Dezenclorf, Julie Simon, Linda Graalman, Stephanie Duke. 2nd Row: Jeff Andxng Steven Thomasson Bud McBride Chris Clow ers, Scott Hunt, Brenda Brechtel, Betty Baker, Mark Dunham, Cathy Rogers, Susan Baker Mary Kay Simpson 3rd Row Steven Schaffer Mark Lee, Clay Dearman, Billy Zachary, John Rhodes, Cathy Wilder, George Purks, Kelli Duggan Mrs Mary Wardsworth Sponsor EPIC 88 Q . ,,.., ,,,. . . ,wr K EM, . ...IEW K T - fLfl?l5:sit" . H. LAWYER: Let's drop in on a scene taking place in the cof- fee room of an office. Violet: l think that pile of papers on my desk grows an inch every night. Rose: I can't read the letter the boss dictated to me yester- day. My shorthand was never too good. Lawyer: These secretaries were obviously not members of FSA in high school. They are lazy, inefficient and uncon- cerned about their work. The girls in FSA at ASH will never have these problems. FSA prepares them well for success- ful lives as secretaries in the hustle and bustle of the mod- ern business world. VERDICT: The evidence just shown was used against Vio' let and Rose. Their sentence is life imprisonment in an office building, chained to their typewriters, with no coffee breaks. CASE CLOSED .k- ee.,,w,m k.-fs1.. L, fi f . f.1,e 3 i ee-,, 1 .,.. T . ..ts. tri.- t .5 ' .,.. 'E flt A ,. . f it, TOP LEFT: OFFECERS: Front 5131, 59 .Q m e s Row: Kari Plaisance, Reporter: , -. Q 1, 5 Q t L 'Beith Eiiioifsecirea ' ifia fr zniifnow- KTM? . ii.s . H QT' :xl - s . . . - me T St: h if R SU ev P - 1- r .. .... pzfzrwgs t..: "" ' - , ' 9. ' , ' . '- s ' 1.259 ,fi-.is Maeve: deft iilliieficiiegiioiisfl ' it .A T Chairman:Cathy:Rogers,wfPresi- :f2f'e::2g-wel P- iiii K "ikii 1 , ' ..,. . ,W - 1 T dent, Kathy Lintzen, Secretary. ... .... i , 1-s -.A A Q' v- Fiebln QTW3 . ,bbie Dafulco, f... , . -.s. . 1, G s ' A 1' . ' ' - , A ., b ' Q , Lola Spears, Janet Middleton, if g V T 6 Q - , Kathy Rhodes, Rhonda Whitley, s :fr W - : P T ' i Cathy Gaspar, Tammy lsisner, T g N A 1 ' A Sandra Davis, Jeri Goweri, Kari . ri: f 4 v R Piaisnce, Melva Cody. 2nd ti ri sf 5, c Q -- Rqyv: Julie.,Dunh,y...SusaF?,Rich- 'xg , mond, Mary Giaco, Barbara ..'l -- .. . ia .. ., ..,. fam , 1 : -,-- fra' N. ,X - -.... - -.gi , - .'-': 535' Q ,Q riff - V . A aas. c" : : i .. it facs H" .. , a 1. t we 2: ' fi, s f- in -wi f . T T 1 . r : . : A, Q-. ",: -S f QM-1. QQ- 4 M " ' Ti T' ff fail Zi 'ffl Qi 'ei f- '-:, .1 fl' X .. ,- Brown, Ramona Phillips, Angel .5!.Z:i?.Bff A!39e'a1iiilfchfhsfflna. 'Mitten Nieiehelle Myers, Cynthia Baker. 3rd Row! Jill Brenton, Chris Wallace, Debbie Thrasher, Cynthia Bbrdeiohj Stephanie Roscoe, Mimi Nichols, Terri Wyrick, ,Jenny Harrell, Lisa Schultz, Siisan Kerry. 4th ils' Row: Paula Antee, Phyllis Gammage. Dorothy McClinton, Beth Elliott, Kathy Lintzen, Cathy Rogers, Debbie Byrd, Lynn Lacombe, Tina Guinn, Debbie Jines. 5th Raw: Jeanie Langston, 5Aiice Ellis, Denise Turner, Glenda Weishuhn, Kim Cupples, Pam Al?-?V'9.hT1f.iw1.Ch3fi9ne Grant, Suzanne McKay, Sesari Waters. lt's been said again and again: teaching is the most important profession in America. Because all persons in the country - from oyster-huskers to city planners to taxicab-driv- ers - are channelled through the school sys- tems, dedicated teachers like no one else can make an impact on the nation. So it's a relief to know that the supply of teachers is not run- ning out - that young adults today are plan- ning to enter education. As the Future Teach- ers of America membership shows the stimu- lation and learning of tomorrow s schools will certainly equal that of today s. FllGl-lT: OFFICERS: Sandra Richardson, Secretary, Steve Bran- dow, Reporter, Cheryl Lloyd, Parllamentariang Robby Williamson, Vice-President: Terri Smith, President. FTA - Bfideinelhe G09 ff is g. ,j J' . A if gd . .X y y .,.. 1 A . D E ,X A l 1 41 " e E it s 2 g l ' . . ABOVE: Front Row: Danerte Stalnaker, .lacinta Michiels, Anita Clark, Susan Hunt, Sheri Lewis, Jill Branton, Tina Jeanise, Kim Williams, Debbie Difulco. 2nd Row: Bruce Kelly, Wanda Sanders, Iris Davis, Diane Ellis, Stephanie Tennie, Cheryl Donahue, Cheryl Lloyd, Geneva Countee, Heather Downes, Allison Johnson. 3rd Row: Robby Williamson, Steve Brandow, Billy Mills, Don Corley, Paul Daniels, Sandra Richardson, Anna Wardsworth, Term Smith, Janice Duggan, Pamela Byoune. EPIC 90 FBLA - Aspiring Executives vga Thriving business: it's a stranger's first impression of America, formed not only from our abundant croplands and vital cities but also from the alert, intelligent faces of our businesspersons. The business and agribusi- F. ness departments at ASH acquaint students with the forces behind this impression, from whatever angle they choose to study it - legal, secretarial, mathematical, mechanical, or agricultural. They hope to continue that secure productivity as a characteristic of the United States for a long time to come. , ,, --F ' ' LEFT: OFFICERS: Front Row: Nola Spears, 2nd Vice-President: Marion Brown, President, Cheryl Donahue, lst Vice-President. , ' 2nd Row: Kim Cupples, Reporter, Angela Porche, Parliamenta- L riang Cathy Rogers, Secretary 3rd Row: Craig Murray, Treasurer. ,L-s VA, A "X L ABOVE: Front Row: Kim Cupples, Angela Porche, Marion Brown, Susan Wiggins, Nola Spears. 2nd Row: Beverly Carter, Angie LaCour, Cheryl Donahue, Tami Perkins, Susan Richmond, Saundra Henry, Debbie Thrasher, Lisa Schultz. 3rd Row: Iris Davis, Geneva Countee, Kathy John' son, Diane Ellis, Denise Turner, Mimi Nichols, Cathy Rogers, Allison Johnson. 91 Clubs FFA --Cultivdtingthe Future Have you ever wondered who it is that Bill Day addresses so early in the morning with his talk about rainfall, soybean prices, and pesti- cides? He's speaking to some early risers who make up a very important industry in central ' Louisiana - farming. Ask a Future Farmer of G America: there are a tremendous number of variables in agriculture and lots of facts to understand. The greater the running start a man has on his trade, the better off he'll be. lt's ASH's FFA members that will soon yawn before the radios of their pickups, watching the sun come up, ready to tackle the job of feeding the world. ri H TOP RlGHT: OF FlCERS: Front Row: George Tynes, Sentinel, Billy Murphy, Reporter, Greg Pharis, Vice-President. 2nd Row: Will Rabalais, Senti- nelg Dave Mailard, Secretary, Ricky McLaren, President. ABOVE: Front Row: Stewart Hendricks, Lee Linton, William Gregory, David Reed, James Wilkinson, Charlie Brister, Chris Nassif, Ronnie Ayrnond, Steve Saizan, Brian Buckley, Derick Peet, Pat Arceneaux, Mike Brown, Craig Jowers, Mike Grant. 2nd Row: Gene Chataigner, Chapter Advisorg Kenny Gremillion, David Wesley, Mark Painter, Keith May, Kenneth Pearson, John Gilley, Wes Guillot, Jerome Rasmussen, Greg Flynn, Ray Douglas, Leo Treadway, John Theriot, Danny Fairbanks. 3rd Row: Jerry Tread- way, Paul Forest, Maxie Ellis, John Bands, Buddy exada, Randy Pete, Steve Venable, Charlie Nichols, Chris Gaspard, Greg Pharis, Dale Byrd, Stephen Kohara, Scott Reed, Dorville Robichaux. 4th Row: Jimmy White, Gary White, Larry Stewart, Brian Luhan, Randy Tarver, Biii Thomas, Billy Murghy, Mike Cloud, Paul Hillman, Jess Gibbs, Walt Laborde, Grant Magnon, Greg Sumbler, Dan Whatley, Donald Foster, Ronnie Malen- F sek. 5th ow: Daryl Simonetti, David Knight, John Torbett, Kevin Trahan, James Pizanie, Randy Cason, Gene Couvillion, Paul Haase, Bruce Fairbanks, Clay Blaisdell, Chris Bvlhm, Preston Gilchrist, Steve Maltempi, Bloke Henry. 6th,Row: Kenneth McCarty, Tracy Beech, Dave Maiiard, George Tynes, Daryl Hataway, Tim Morehouse, David Haller, Junior Mills, David Gregory, Jerry Luzader, John Allen, Ricky McLaren, Roger' Girtley, Lee House, Scott Bergeron., 7th Row: Randy Conrad, Jack Haller, Mike Painter, Glenn Forest, Will Rabalais, Steve Welch, Jett Ford, gicky Oucher, Marvin Pressley, Donald Feazell, Dareii Wilkerson, David Chesser, Shay Nichols, Kevin Daley, Jim Lewis, Kelly Kimble, James l owan. EPIC- 92 . 4 H Symbolizing Trends of Life Two bean plants are sitting side by side on a table at the Rapides Parish Fair. One is large dark green healthy and his name is Harry. The other is small yellow sickly and his name is Sylvester. Harry was grown by a member of 4-H. The boy who grew Sylvester doesri t belong to 4-H. Poor Sylvester he he is a one ounce weakling. His beans taste bitter too. Harry is very proud. He has a blue ribbon on his stem. He won first place because he was the most handsome bean plant at the fair besides he is a four ounce muscle plant and his beans are delicious. Has anyone discovered why Harry is healthy and Sylves- ter is sickly? lt s easy! Harry was grown by a 4-H er. The members of 4-H know how to bring out the best in every- thing. The members of 4-H always have the best quilts cakes and carrots at the fair. Poor Sylvester maybe his son s owner will be a member of 4-H. didn't win a prize because he wasn't very handsome, and i iiii Aieovii oififici-fiiisi ' - r . , t .ttytt KQV: ?am.M8fhsws,...YlCQ:. Q' ' Presidentgleo Treadway, . ' lv yg.. . Treasurer. 2nd Row: Brenda. Velekj' President: 'Greg 5 f 5k PharisQ Secretary. LEFT: ' Front ril'Rowi4Chriis Naissifj A T Charlie Brister, Leo Tread-V Kathy wfKirk,fChrie?l Bell lino, Lisa Marien, Susie Peni- ... stpn, Kelly Booth,aIracyl-CorQ.r ' ley, Miranda Hill. 2nd Row: T t .ff 'fi X53 WY S ilii Velek, 'PamNlathews, 'Hen' rietta Roche, Tammy Forest, Lisa Smith, lQesleyiEdwards,i Lydia Brister, 3rd Row: Paul, Fiynn, Stephen Kohara, Jerry' Treadway, Greg Pharis, Mike Cioud, lr" Ronnie Malenisek, Mike Grant, Donald Foster, Bruce Fairbanks, Marvin Pressley, James. Cowan,- Gienn Forest. Qivbs Kevin Lemoinei Brenda: Paul Forest, .Rodney Forest' A Chcinge Through Love it Humphl someone might say as he checks out this photograph Fellowship of Christian Students eh? Well I don t see any haloes Or wings either And that someone is right However a member of FCS who is showing a keen interest in understandlng himself, has no intention of posing as an angel. By paying attention to spiritual and religious things and making them a part of his school life, he learns to live in a surprisingly satisfying way. A Chris- tian student may not be angelic, but he can help himself to become more fully human. ABOVE: Frontjlowzg Neil Barham, Patricia. Sparks, Pam Mason, Charlottetwalton, Melinda Bafmore, Sandra Johnson, Pamela Byone, Heather Downs. 2nd Row: Debbie,Harrod, Charlotte Gat- lin,TamiPPerkins, Sheri Perkins, Margo Stzfdulian, Mark Dunham? 3rd Row: Lisa Rich, Ginger Benson, Lisa McNary, Ms. Cleveland, Mrs. Carl:Jary,:3Danette Stalnaker, Tyra Bennetts, Brenda- Breg chtel. Rachael Cole, Donna Wallace, Tammy Boyd, Margaret Gremillion, Nancy Edwards, Beau Bff0OkSg::J8YLDUl'1l'121fl'l. EllGHliga Front Row: Chyrisse Carter, Terri Mabry, Susan Bamburg, 2nd Row: Kevin Brown,,CarF,,CroslJy. 3rd Row: Ms. Reighney, Ms, Pecanty, Amanda Posey. 4th Row: Greg Thompson, Mrs. Sparks, Miss Waites. Sth Rqw: Ken Brown, Jeff Bryant, Mrs. Barham, Sid Benheaud. . , i. , . EPlC 94 FHA Doing Whot the Nome Soys By learning the responsibilities of a home maker these girls gain experience that will help them in years to come They learn such budget and taking care of children which are important in maintaining a happy home They work not only for themselves but to benefit others as well duties as sewing, cooking, managing a LEFT : Sally Madox, Song Leaderg Joyce Chapman, Historian, Teny Smith, Reporter, Janell Faircloth, President: Jeanie Chap man, Secretary, Jenny Harrell, Vice-President, ABOVE Front Row Susan Ferry Barbara Reynolds Pam Fillette Mary Graco Rose Marie Hurts, Tracey Crittle, Sherry Parsons, Fay Bruynickx, Julie Dunn Pam Lambert Sherry McCartney 2nd Row Tammy Forest Sally Maddox, Joyce Chapman, Susan Richmond, Marie Tickel, Chenita Bass Patricia Harris Logan Kessiah Angela Lawrence 3rd Row Cynthia Kay Wanda Nash, Salette Tennie, Karen Cheney, Delores Harris, Henrietta Poche Cindy Lafleur Marcia Jones Cynthla Kober Cynthia Jackson 4th Row: Cynthia Pollard, Evelyn Madison, Jeannie Chapman, Jenny Harrell Janell Faircloth Debbie Jines Susan Waters Debbie Byrd Terry Smith, Stephanie Tennie, Cora Brown, Jaqueline Neal. 95 Clubs Student Helpers --- Stimulate War " M2151 INI' UR run svn 09 ln ,.....--'40 Vann Karen Cason Laura Parker 2nd Row Steve Gauthier Lisa Rich Anita Clark Teresa Fowlkes BOTTOM OFFICE WORKERS Jamie Mott, Kim Williams, Dana Fritz, Shari Atkinson, Jennifer Gerami, Becky Fisher, Diane Hurts, Mary Giaco, Kathy Ring, Alison Barton, Lis Davis. 2nd Row: Glenda Weishuhn, Brenda Brechtel, Janice Duggan, Pamela Byoune, Jeannie Chapman, Carole Myers, Kathy Oliver, Bren Gollinger, Tari Wyrick, Amy Smith, Ann Robinson, Marilyn Hillman, Louann NlcGaugh. TOP: LUNCHROOM WORKERS: Ronnie Stafford, ElIaLLoycl, Garey Attood, Gary Rosenthal. CENTER: GUlDANCE WORKERS: Front c EPlC 96 Interest ond Porticipcition Say, Mom, don't call teenagers lazy - look 1 how willing they are to help with chores. Take 2 tt' these student helpers. Day in and day out, from golden Fridays in August to wet gray win- ...,-fffi' ter mornings Cat times no one likes to face dishrags absentee sheets or dead tennis A 3,11 ballsj they volunteer themselves in the cafete- ria office guidance department library and physical education department. So Mother be sympathetic. If Junior doesn t want to take out the trash or make his bed he may just be worn ou . . . have pity. . . he s already put in a t ' ' . full day's work at his larger home, Alexandria Senior High. b . if A e t it : rt ,Q ggsi TOP: LIBRARY WORKERS: Front Row: Carter Humphreys, David Paul, Mark Lafargue. 2nd Row: Lutisha Shorter, Wendy Herrin, Sheila Seiss, Dwayne Gauthier. 3rd Row: Billy Goss, Robby Williamson, Dave Mallard, Randy Cason. ABOVE: STUDENT CO-WORKERS: Front Row: Cynthia Bordeton, Deloris Sherman, Marilyn Boss, Tammy Boyd, Debbie Byrd, Paula Antee, Renee Wilkerson, Kathy Kelly, Denise Soderberg, Leslie Cudd, Denise Turner, Mimi Nichols, Tami Perkins, Connie Douglas. 2nd Row: Sandra Fomby, Cathy Miller, Stephanie Duke, Rita Hendricks, Pam Mathews, Ranelle Randles, Ginger Graham. 97 Clubs Photography ond Chess Club . F 'f J f . ,1 l i fe g k, I Ar K T wb A ff, i . Q 5 If TOP LEFT: CHESS CLUB: Front Row: Billy Taylor, David Paul, John Tapp, David Grimaud, President. 2nd Row: Ron Hinkley, Secrelaryg Greg Grimaud. 3rd Row: Steven Thomasson, Treasurerg Andy Kiser, Parliamentarian. 4th Row: Tim Burke, Messengerg Dennis Dengel, Vice-Presiw dent. TOP RIGHT: PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: Front Row: Fred Simon, Robert Greenberg. 2nd Row: Bud McBride, Vice-President: Ron Hinkley. 3rd Row: Clay Dearman, Presidentg David Voda, Secretaryg Sid Benheaud. EPIC 98 5 Future Voters -- A Lowful Privilege When Student Council election time nears, the Future Voters, under the guidance of Mrs. Boren, plan to man the voting machines. This is just the beginning for a great many who will go on to become involved and concerned citi- zens. They recognize the right to vote as a privilege as well as a responsibility, and they will use it well to help solve the problems in today s world. 1 , JST" 'Q' Y' . . . L ii L L ii J LEFT' OFFlCERS' Front Row' Susan Bamburg Reporter' Rita g 'T' A 'l'i X -F me A . . . , , T 5 ' Hendricks, Librarian, Tina Miller, Vice-President. 2nd Row: Rita L' Hinkley, Corresponding Secretary: Brenda Brechtel, President, Billy Murphy, Parliamentariang Ranelle Randles, Treasurer. ,.,,,.,.... ,.s..f-- 7f.i.te.,.-w ww h- 1 ' , g b- .zsu .' 1-' -1452 vi' V .' ABOVE: from Row: Susan Armand, Carole Myers, Patricia Scott, Nancy Schettler, Kelly Harris, Stephanie Duke, Jennea Dousay, Rita Hinkley, Abby Smith, Lisa Rich, Andrea Chase, Deloris Sherman. 2nd Row: Tracy Haase, Barbara Reynolds, Carol Taylor, Linda Graalman, Kathy Rhodes, Julie Simon, Jana Brown, Joy Kinard, Sheri Perkins, Charlottewalton, Susan Robinson, Merrick Turpin, Teresa Fowlkes. 3rd Row: Marion Brown, Debbie Thrasher, Cathy Gaspar, Winnetta Surnbler, Heather Downes, Shari Atkinson, Ann Mayeux, Jani Middleton, Rita!-len-J dricks, Diane'McArthur, Tina Miller, JoyceChapman, Jill Branton, Angela Porche, 4th Row: Henrietta Poche, Allison Johnson, Tyra Bonnette, Patricia Sparks, Robert Greenburg, Susan Bamburg, Chyrisse Carter, Tracy Corley, Debbie Fowler, .Cherie Hair, Suzette Short, Ann Hum' phries, Paulalwhite. Sth Row: ina Millhouse, Joni Rebouche, Pam Kendricks, P. J. Wenkle, Debbie Haase, Toni Rebouche, Carol Smith, Mary Hathorn, Mary Kay Simpson, Paula Frazier, Kathy Kosik, Pam McClunQ, .lVlimi.Nicl'iols, Ann Robinson. 6th Row: Pamela Byoune, RanelleiFlan-J dles, Denise Turner, Cathy Rogers, Bruce Kelly, Kim Cupples, Ron Hinkley, Greg Grimaud, Terry Smith, Cindy Neck, Stephanie Frederic, Misty Singletary, Wanda Sanders, Mable Franklin. 7th Row: Mark Dunham, Billy Murphy, Rick Fowler, Don Corley, Paul Haase, Paul Daniel, 'Billy Millhouse, Sid Bertheaud, Brenda Brechtel, Bill LeBlanc, Jim Lewis, Scot Chase, Mike Painter. 99 Clubs Ecology - Hcirmony With the Ecirth For several years now we youth have been suffering from and complaining about the older generation's actions. We've found our favorite woods bulldozed, our crawfish creeks polluted, and our blackberry fields subdivided for lots. lt's often been easy to be angry. But it's time for actions to replace our words, time for us to be responsible for the outdoors. The ASH Ecology Club is confronting this challenge f directly, wanting to be accountable for a world ' that's green and clean - so that our children -T--. will have not blame but praise for our manage- W--M we ment of nature. we-,. ,. .. , , .. .. eq, ,,3 ,, . ,, ,. , W Q . H f- . ,... - . . , I y . .. , .. . r, by . , y A g , A-- - A An, l A Ln TOP RIGHT: OFFlCERS: Front Row: Nancy Edwards, President: Linda Brown, Vice-President. ABOVE: Front Row: Anna Wardsworth, Susan Bamburg, Linda Brown, Nancy Edwards, Karen Stewart, Barbara Reynolds, Carol Taylor, Sandra Brandt, Amy Smith, 2nd Row: Lavetta Kem- per, Saundra Henry, Sally Maddox, Lynn Richard, Scharon Swift, Janet Gremillion, Lisa Richard, Mary Giaco, Julie Dunn, Heather Downes, Abhunard Reddada. 3rd Row: Terry Forman, Donna Hale, Debbie Thrasher, Charlotte Buckley, Bonnie Stewart, Linda Canter, Angela Porche, Andrea Chase, Ann Humphries. 4th Row: Delores Sherman, Tracy Corley, Lisa McNary, Kim Cupples, James Cowan, Trudl Robertson, Susan Baker, Lynn Lacombe, Don Corley. EPIC 100 Y-Teens A Knock for Coring Only one word describes Y-Teens: supercali - well, you know what l mean. Ask one of them. She'll pronounce it. Y-Teens love to tackle mountainous things like that, like say- ing Hsupercalifra--" Cwhateverb. Not only will she be able to say it, but she'Il probably say it forward and backward, with perfect ease and grace, as a Y-Teen accomplishes all her serv- ice goals. What would ASH be without its Y- Teens? Not supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Cwhewj, that's for sure. LEFT: OFFICERS: Front Row: Chris Chandier, 9th Vice-Presidentg Trodi Mitchell, 9th President, Leslie Graham, ICC Rep., Jenea Dousay, ICC Rep.: Linda Graalman, ICC Rep.: Debbie Jines, 12th President. 2nd Raw: Paula White, 10th Vice-Pres., Rita Hinkiey, y lCC Rep., Starlene Grayson, 11th President: ,Connie Douglas, ttth Vice-Pres., Joanie Diefenderfer, City Wide Officer: Linda y ,,,, Williams, 12th Vice-President: Andrea Chase, 10th President. 1 i-rage, an au' " . . -fm 'i"' ABOVE: Front Row: Melissa Ford, Jennea Dousay, JoLynn Russo, Karen Nachrnan, Sharon Lafargue, Stephanie Duke, Linda Graalman, Kari Piaissance, Carol Taylor, Charlotte Walton, Lisa Davis, Pam Fillette, Susan Watson, Carol Wade, Kim Davis, Tracyl-laase, Sheri Perkins, 2nd Row: Jennifer Lambert, Danette Stalnaker, Alison Barton, Teresa Fowlkes, Merrick Turpin, Daria Fritz, Susan Robinson, Stacey Vedder, Kim Kimble, Nancy Edwards, Danette Urbina, Pam Casey, Saundra Henry, Jana Brown, Sally Maddox, Patricia Sparks, Donna Maxey, Prim Stokes, Pam Mason, 3rd Row: Chris Dupuy, Carole Myers, Julie Dunn, Lisa Smith, Abby'Smith, Susan Armand, Kelly Harris, Lisa Rich, Jennifer Ger- ami, lna Milihouse, Trudi Mitchell, Patricia Melder, Tina Miller, Karen Streback, Angela Porche, Andrea Chase, Rene Nuckois, Meichelle Myers, Debbie Gutweiler, Cheri Latieuit, Joanie Diefenderfer. 4-th Row: Liz Anne Rothardt, Shelby Luttreli, Debbie Haase, Pam Kendrick, P. 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Wenkel, Jitl Branton, Toni Rebouche, Carol Smith, Susan Richmond, Mary Hathorn, Chyrissee Carter, Terri Mabry, Karla Cooper, Janet McSpadden, L?S5i6G8lllQan, Keily Cuppies, Beth Remel, Carmen St. Armant, Chris Chandler, ,Missy Gilchrist. 5th Row: Tari Wyrick, Suzanne LaFleur, San' dra Jeanise, Kim Mattson, Lisa May, Joanna Fallin, Stephanie Frederic, Pam Mainer, Ann Humphries, Lesley Edwards, Gina Tassin, Cherie Hair, Debbie,Fowler, Jennifer Mauglflan, Tina Guinn, Stephanie Roscoe, Tyra Bonnette, Diane McArthur. 6th Row: Suzette Short, Cathytivliller, Patty Hill, Christy Woil-ie, Sonya'Jeter, Kim Cupples, Becky Murphy, Connie Douglas, Karyn Gray, Marilyn Hillman, Ann Robinson, Cindy Neck, Sandra Fornby, Paula White, Jamie Clowers, Donna,Hair,,Kelley McGowgen, Jenny,Harrell, .lanell ,Fairc,loth,,Charlotte Johnson, Merry Ann Wald- ing. 7th Row: Nina Mirllhouse, Susan Walters, Debbie Jines, Denise Turner, Debbie Byrd, Mary Kay Simpson, Becky Friday, Lynne Poindexter, Kathy Kosik, Janet Gerami, Annette Clayton, Lisa Wilson, Suzanne McKay, Brenda Brechtel, Rita Hinktey, Starlene Grayson, Cathy Wilder, Raneile Randles, Glenda Weishuhn, Pam Albright, Lynn LaCombe, Caroline Woodward. 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Enlhusicism 'ia L wiiim, D ' of 1 'es ul' X323 4: .if Ww- - ref? wwf Q :si 4 9' Will Rabalais - All Dist., Co-Capt., Walt LaBorde - All Dist., Outstande Mike Robair - All Dist., 1 Yr. Letter- MVP, 2 Yr. Letterman. ing Back, 1 Yr. Letterman. man Q-L.. , X Pt- 1 x 1 -- l . , 'K Q 3 2 ,Z Zjl . We , 'D P,5'l?33?, .1 Rl an T' Y 'WBA A5 ABOVE: Front Row: Steve Ellis, Marvin Price, Kelvin Reed, Robert Rachal, Kevin Lemoine, Carey Robinsnn, Ronnie Robbins, Larry'Walton, Don Fritz. 2nd Row: Brain Thompson, George McGrew, Michael Bell, Michael St. Julian, Bill Goodwin, Kenneth Kirklin, Randy Reich, Sammie Sewell, Grant Magnon, Charlie Nichols, Randy Gilchrist, Leslie Glanker, Michael Wheatley. 3rd Row: Ricky Ouber, Billy Goss, Paul Haase, Kyle Poor, Billy Debevec, John Matthews, Duane Urbana, Walt LaBorde, Kevin Young, Ben Jones, Charles Hunter, Mike Sorenson, Greg Texada, James Cowan, Bernard Pugh. Top Row: Michael l-lardy, Frank McCue, Sammy Cloud, Wayne Terrell, Mike Robair, David Brook, Willie Sher- man, Ed McHaney, Tim Holmes, George Tynes, Will Rabalais, Ricky McLaren, Darrell Wilkerson, Kevin Short. EPIC 106 Trolcm Trademarks lf! 'annum I 'it - v iw . .aw- 'Q f 1 5 . W 3 We ,, 1 ,. ' V ,ii ., 1 V '- - ' QA iii'Hf?'-- g ,I 4 i,'f,Qfw 1 f,f.,.aw+ af,-qw .infix 1- . 4- ' Mike 50fenS0n TVUCKS around left end- Ricky McLaren 1 Yr. Letterman Sammy Cloud - 1 Yr. Letterman ,. ,,. . A, 1 D 1 y,nfi-z'1 vig M --bk K, -jifaij X '55 , .ij .W ' if -1 I .1 . wx-N -'W zfm 1 3 - 1 'MJW jg Us D Ricky McLaren 1 Yr. Letterman Troian HROOI HOQSH G19 in- 4 E- 4' x 0.4 sr was in 1 X fr' Theres more than one way to skin a Wildcat. 5 107 Sports .,, E W. + , .gg 1' .,. nu. 91 1' R kit.: N of . Sis' .vw AV' . 1551 Q ..-ft .. , ...,.k we , . no M..-if Greg Texada - Co-Capt., 1 Yr. Letterman at und' Randy Gilchrist - 1 Yr. Let' terman E we -f-'f-4u0m...... X ,. was Will Rabalais "claws" a Tor. X72 . . iirr , Q 35, . ',",f, .G at-tiff . . We 'Q' ws-w,'i,:? Q ' aw 1 M.. K H ' S -it . ,- K- - - 'Y.Lg1,A5 Vx-Q., Mike Sorenson 2 Yr. Letterman PIC 108 Mwfm ,Q-fm. .fn . -C o-Capt., u 1 " y George McGrew - 1 Yr, Let' terman Season Ends Nr . Q. f V' 4 K 4 'fy f 1 H' Lx IL Greg Texada slips through a tackle. :fi YJ John Matthews nails a Knight. With o Big Win 199 -afar V I -A N' r , .. H - k f ' fr QW Q wa, at ky 'I , A -H it " 1' Sammie Sewell heads for paydirt. Say your prayers, boy! 'Y Q. W xox N ,, Af Ricky McLaren attempts a bootleg. M I V ., it vs " or will I ...J , SSM' V ffe Charles Hunter - 1 Yr. Letter- George TYUCS - Outstand- man ing Lineman, 1 Yr. Letter' Mike Sorenson throws xt in gear. man 109 Sports The Stage ls Sei 'iii '15lf"'Qx - was , Q 1 1 L 'm,, -iw t. 4 7 P Don Fritz concentrates onthe pass. 15,59 AT' 'x mf x Greg Texada breaks for open field. Trojans test tne middie. M6 Bernard Pugh - 1 Yr, Letterman Don Fritz - 1 Yr. Letterman Darrell Wilkerson - 1 Yr. Letter' man C110 Trojan Frosh - Parish Champs ' V5?7'W"ti' 5ii ,52 1921- ,Z1'19 f ' 2'Q ,, ,','- Hgaqw fi ft' '1fE,pJ? 'T'i,,, , Aff mf JT fs IJ PEW ,i 2 ' x i' Swim., ,,,, sis, -i --- W 1 H 4' Ak 1 - Q53 ri , 'l :fi . W5 Q, sm-ww 'nf ei' i 2 1115924143 eg! Q , W1 H , ,fa . .iiiixvafs-Je , ,gt is J.-,,,.,.g-f..,.,i'f, ,Wi i. ,.viwv ,qf 'ii lli zglsw , , 5' 7 ' 2 1 T , ,T f , Aigsvllgl m "2 ,,,,, X -V - A' 2 ei .4-55' .eww . Jkt. , , .1 ,mv if .1 ,Nami TIOQZI . . . . " Menard . , . . ' ' ' ' 'O Bolton... ...O Eunice . . ...it - H ' - -0 N- fe amz: , 8 A Pineville ,rr . . , . . ' inf- ., , A D 1 6 .8 Menard ,.... - Bolton " A - Q COACHES: Joe Moreau and Bobby Ashley. - I J 1917 ,l 'X ,Ui .nl f BOVE: Front Row: Lance Mott, David Reed, Jessie Mickle, Lance Goss, Chris Creed, Welston Sherman, Donald Alsbrooks, Melvin Cody, Mike ' 'd G Mark Hart, Phil Kidd, Tim Clouatre, Alan Fiothermel, Darrell Cambell, Carlos zhery, Ronnie Gallion, 2nd Row. Coach Moreau, Davi reen, ' ' ' hl . 3 d R :John Flobair, Aubrey Anderson, Tony Sullivan, artley, Johnny Parker, Chris Nassif, Randy Barnett, Mike Broussard, Coach As ey r ow tuck Miller, Jeff Craig, George Kelso, Kenneth Pearson, Wilbert Reed, Jon Theriot, Madison Mulkey, Tim Goodman, Coach Rosier. Top Row: B k' J ffer Smith, Art Anderson, Mike Lacey, Melvin ark Ford, Mark McGraw, Buddy Texada, John Torbett, Eugene Deal, Anthony orows i, e y iwe, Solomon Smith. 1 1 1 Sports J.V. Spcirkles Coach Murphy Coach Bishop ABOVE: Front Row: William Moore, Glynn Lamb, Clay Blaisdale, Ron Giordana, Blake Henry, Duane Gaines, Russell Reich, Jerry Treadway, Mac Berry. 2nd Row: Danny Good, Keith Milam, James Hunter, Chris Marien, Mike Barnett, Milton Johnson, Larry Mangel, David Haller, Steve Maltempi, George Craig. Top Row: Michael Scott, Bobby Dempsey, Beau Brock, Clifton James, Martin Alexander, Kyle Johnson, Steve Lacey, Larry Stewart, Todd Lackey, EPIC 112 Q. p,. , . 0 : Wk ,Ji an WX -615' 'pp 4 59 29 K 5. EPIC The 1977-78 Troian young, ambitious, and three seniors with a strong Fred Franklin, in his drove the team young men, Trojan name on from the provided 114 Troions Aim forthe Top ,W , , ,. KW.,-5 I l f 5 . l FRED FRANKLIN WILLIAM BISHOP wmv-...,N K -.qr ABOVE: Jay Dunham, John Penny, Larry Giy Michael St. Julian, Tim Touchet, Freddie Byrd. ndwff ens, Keith Mitchell, Hyman Wilson, Michael Hardy, Jack Haller, Scot Chase, Darrell Johnson, 115 Sports A Good Slori for EPlC 116 Jay Dunham puts the shuffle onthe defense. li iii , QF it U I . J" ' Trojan offensive machine gets it in gear. Jack Haller banks in two off the glass. 2 if . . .,.- -s . if . ff. ssse sssn essss vARSiTY..ggX2Ks.IBALLSCHEDUHS1 X x'i"J I ' i ASH eees . ho,s s s rir'l . Oakdale 5hA: ss.. ..s, f Z4 .. 52 Wettermarkggr Ae 46 V 79 i A .. ' Buckeye f 67 78 Oakdale 1 is 42 69 , h ii :AA i 5 ve Tioga f sse, S0 sffsfs 52 70 64 67 sssssssess . 57 54 72 e -- .. ,f-,sf , .V kk.'k,. .Q .:qs...., 2 Menard i Ouachita .r"rr Sunset Eunieg Pineville DeFlidcler Sulphur Bolton i Lake Charles Barbe . LaGrange i OPP -83 82 52 76 S5 118 76 67 69 69 50 o Young Trojon Teom fn JW Lg Scot Chase - Forward Lawrence Carter aims for the hoop. Jack Haller - Forward. fi Freddie Byrd makes the offense go. Hyman Wilson i Center Michael St. Julian tosses in a pair. Darrell Johnson helps the Trojan cause. 1 17 Sports The Men of Troy Whatistrus? The mighty Trojans go for another rebound. s. sv Practice makes perfect. Haller concentrates on a shot, Teamwork is essential for wunning. Run, Gun ond Score V Adouble dunk! Who says basketball isn't a graceful game? St. Julian looks the situation over. M.Avea1z',' mt. I Hyman Wilson hits one from the line. l 2 Q Q Scot Chase scores from the inside. 1 19 Sports ! Teomwork ond Procrice EPIC 120 Tim Touchet works the ball down the court. Scot Chase takes advantage of a foul. 4 1 s Jack Haller uses a soft touch. A Winning Combination Af, , , wi q Jack Haller rises tothe occasion. Coach Franklin tells how it is done. Jay Dunham hits a free throw. ,, 121 Sports J.V. Bciskelbcill - Leornng Trojans truck down the court. John Penny lays in two. -ef get i i . . K 1, v, .1555 K. ABOVE: Charles Beauregard, Jay Dunham, Martin Alexander, Jay Penny, Keith Mitchell, Michael Hardy, Frank McCue, Keith Honore, Russell Bench, Odell Bowman, Freddie Byrd, Fred Perry. EPIC 122 How Ii Is Done ASH 59 ii 4 51 38 40 50 58 Jena Oakdale Menard Oakdaie L1 11' M Menard Eunice 4 JVBASKETBALL SCHEDULE X OPP. 33 33 21 22 32 as ASH 39 41 49 42 43 56: DeRidder Suiphur Bolton Lake Charles Barbe LaGrange OPP 43 45 68 61 41 51 Keith Mitchell soars above the defense. 'umm fwfr. K-f n ---'a'M""a"-1 Lody Trojons Show Well Twinder Tanner - 1 Yr. Letterman. Pam Kemper - 1 Yr. Letterman. Lavetta Kemper leaps toward the basket. Se N Stephanie Vanderlick notches a point. Kelli Duggan tips it our way. Cynthia Williams scores two. EPIC 124 Plcice Second in District The Girl's Basketball Team, under the direction of Coach Nancy Cleveland, finished their second sea- son with success. The Ladies of Troy were an impressive, young team. Their presence was indeed felt in district games. The team has brought well- earned honors to ASH once again. Nancy Cleveland MGRS: Debbie Adams and Joy Kinard. ABOVE: Top Row, Left to Right: Coach Nancy Cleveland, Charlotte Catlin, Cynthia Williams, Kelli Duggan, Cynthia Kober, Jamie Clowers, Ste- phanie Vanderlick, Debbie Adams. Bottom Row: Lavetta Kemper, Amy Smith, Twinder Tanner, Leslie Galligan, Pam Kempe, Joy Kinard. 125 Sports Lody Trolons A New Charlotte Gatlin grabs for a rebound. Lady Trolans hustle down the court GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE ASH OPP 44 Jena 56 35 Oakdale , 4QR 16 . 36 fli 31 JSR? Laaaa 48 35 eaaA A 33 31 Jena 53 41 A Dry Prong 273 52 Menard 1fE 31 Eunice ' 1 25 --fi Egf: 44 A LaGrange A 34? 44 4 L Ba rbe :aa A ira 5 26 DeRidii1er 507453 49 A - Sulibh 35 Ouchitats A 263 A33 A 43 A . Boigon 283, 44 Lake Charles 28 44 Barbe 38 39 LaGrange 493 34 DeRidder 43 Sulphur 38 50 Bolton 45 Kelli Duggan stretches for two. vanderhck looks 'I m EPIC 126 ond Winning Trodiiion Stephanie Vanderlick draws a foul. Lady Trojans go through their prega me warmup. i 1 Cynthia Williams puts it up from the outside, Duggan tosses a snot up, A meeting ofthe Minds. Twinder Tanner inbounds the bail. T27 Sports 'ful EPIC 128 sa? N. . 5 I N H 29" kr-.w Q x"'Lmw ' 'F was A v 5 6 Teeing Off to the Top 'W' ytww. The two beginnings for a perfect shot. ' , 1- M ,. ' 'M' "git '1 ' K ,. Ia ,V I , V, ,QMQQ im ,- 'fjzp .. V--Q., F f't""'Hlgf2f' 4' V I M - ,. , , . . , Q -Q.. -If H r, ,4, t wg, 1. ,., ,T , ,. I. if -.lr 00" ,. .pq ., fp., , M V - , is 2?f'k?"f1.,-,,Q,. i i o GOLF TEAM: Left to Right: Dave Mallard, Keith Crump, Ray Douglas, Kenneth Pearson, Steve Daley. 129 Sports K ,xzflfgi W5K,W,.W.,3 T EPIC 130 Inlo The Swing of Things - rf Mf,: New wifi, 'Wai QW ,W grime Front Row: Nancy Edwards, Theresa Philips, Kevin Young, Kevin Short, Thar Spencer, Randy Pate, Coach Moreau, Jenny Chatman. Back Row: Sharon Swift, Peggy Beck, Patty Hill, Merrick Turpin, Brenda Brechtel, Carolyn Woodward, Tommy Smith, Jerry Spencer, Craig Campo, Jeff Pearson, Don Corley. 131 Sports Sa, f - Ymw.xh,,, ,.,. . -,M.,W,N.,n .,,. , W - KLM , "" ' -,lpg k iiizw LVV, ,,,:.v- Swim Team Dives in Deep ,evsxgb SWIM 'TEAM' 133 Sports evalim' EPIC 134 I ,ag fm... ..mfg,,,,. ,,,,.. MW.. ww 4 L"L V .. ,,,. ff- f " ' ' fvf'2':.f few .ay fr W H W , ,, , AZ? fff if www' ' '-"-' ' f 1 -ff" ,- mwvf ' f- T, .,n,LQ,.X,, YQ, ,, 1 ,M .M , V .A, V. A N I ' " A "L'L W" ' , . YA . Q " ,,,. W. . . A f YP Q The Best in The Long Run John Rhodes works on form, MM.. 7.. , xr Chatrnan and Rax during practice. ,, 'K 9, Wffrr fe, , f.,. 2 av., Y ,ML wW,i-gqss ., ,L - M.- -M- crffawv it W... L 2 Qs' '3""2lu'5S'4r+fgRt Nw. H V .K T, iv Jw C 1' i'f ig , ,Fw CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: First Row: Greg Sumbler, Kevin Pope, Ed Nordsick, Sha Lang Bremmer, Verne Chatman. Second Torrey Lewellan, Paul Haase, Brett Turner, Scott Hunt. Third Row: Jammie Pizney, manager, Randy Conrad, Johnathan Rax, Scott, Coach Joe Moreau. Row: John Rhodes, Jim Gallion, Darren 135 Sports i 6 Trojon Trockslers cno-gn-nhlivf' ' WW US. :L ' ek' , 'x , 5 I ffrg ii 5 'K it TRACK TEAM: First Row: sieve Ellisf Paul ligase, Ro fe Robbiuggkyle Pool.-Steve tempi, Steg' Mangel, Mike Bell, Marvin Price, ,Kelvin Reed. Second Row: Jonathan Rax, Greg C 'S-f EPIC 136 .,. 4 Sumbler,John Turqgr, Clifton James, Jim Gal' lioQkMikewRobair,,JameS Meefejylg,dol1g,son,i,, Duane Urbina. Third Row: Verne Chatman, David Haller, Jonn Theriot, Mark Ford, James Us 5 The Best Around fM Texada Craig:Be'Crrge Hunt John Iiarns Sammy Sewell Brok!PJohn Torbett. 1-Billy Zachev-75' stafs Cowan, Blake Henry, Ricky Ouber, Sixth Row: Randy Conard, Robert Gree I nberg. Goss. 'Mx Sports s...Mae s...Mae s...Maes Faculty . . . Les Professeurs . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les P y . . . Les Protesseurs . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les Professeu es Protesseurs . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les Professeurs . . . sseurs . ras . . . Fa s . . . Facu culty . . . y . . . Les es Professe 5 rofesseurs . Faculty . . . y . . . Les es Protesse sseurs . . . ras . . . Fa s . . . Facu culty . . . L y . . . Les es Professe s . . . Profe rotesseurs rs . . . Mae s . . . Mae 1 s . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les Professeurs . . . Maestr Faculty . . . Les Protesseurs . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les y . . . Les Protesseurs . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les Protes es Protesseurs . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les Professeurs . sseurs . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les Protesseurs . . . . ras . . . Faculty . . . Les Protesseurs . . . Maestras . . . Facult s . . . Faculty . . . Les Protesseurs . . . Maestras . . .Faculty . . culty . . . Les Protesseurs . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les P y . . . Les Protesseurs . . . Maestras . . . Faculty . . . Les Protest simon HIGH NLPNDRIA , " ' R , f M 3 Q 1 g:::6 x I 213' il 1 5 , , ' FACULTY From Reasons K .X ff, . If EPIC 1110 To Reality Q :ppl From Commci Splice Contemporary language reveals, probes, asks, teases, proclaims, and demands, it lurks in movies, halls, and busses. When English and reading teach ers expose Trojans to great literature and coax write ten work from them, they are trying to channel this language into clear, concise composition, in order that the quality of the expression might equal its interest and charm. Then modern English can reveal, probe, ask, tease, proclaim, and demand coherently as it circulates among football fields, malls, and living rooms! 'Ai 53,9 ff 4 , this 1, fi Awww Smdemy Lets get everything straight. 6 ,. . Q4 THELMA M. ALLEN . . . Southern University, BS. . English l DIANE E. BUTCHER . . . L.C., BA., N SU, M Ed. . Eng. l, lll, Mythology JOYCE CAREY. . .L,C., BA . Eng. I, ll GWENDOLYN Y. ELMORE , , Dillard University, BA., Southern University, NSU , . English, Atro American Lit CHERYL HARRIS . , , LSU., BS , English ll Cnot shovvnb HELEN HEMINGWAY . . Oregon State University, B A .Eng l, ll JESSIE MARIE JACKSON . . . L.C., BA., LS U., Nl Ed, .World History, English EPlfI lil? To Cummings I I I? ,I 1 by .11 rf I ,Q .JJ 'lm ff WX ffm. MVN Lights, camera, actuon! DOROTHY SHAFFER NSU., ME. and 30. . . DENA STOKER 'Am as 3 l I W, I 4 LORENA B. LYMBERIS. . .L,C., BS.: L.S.U., IVI.EcI. . , .EngIlsh, Reading MYRIEL G. MILLER . . . McNeese State Unuversny, BS., N.L,U., IVIECI.. . . Eng. I, II RUTH G. O'QUINN . . L.C., BA., N.S.U., NI.Ed. . . . English III, IV, Survey of Englush Llt. I, II, Shakespeare Tragemes and Research Unlverssty of Ky., BA., Eng. III 143 Faculty When the Egyptians built pyramids, they first laid a strong foundation. They then added the blocks, one by one, and made sure that each was securely in place. The math teachers at A.S.H. first build a foundation of basic mathematics. They then add one block at a time and make sure that each is grasped securely and understood fully by the stu- dents. Just as the Egyptians were master builders, the math teachers at A.S.H. excel in building an awareness and knowledge of math to which more blocks may be safely added in the future. f's7""'w-,M A.,.,.. ,.. . The easy way out! JOHN E. ALLEN JR.. . .B.S., lvl.S., and 30. . .Alg. I, Gen. Math JACOUELINE JOHN BRANDOW THEODORE FOUNTAINE, JR. . . . Southern Univer- sity, lVl.Ed., and 30. . .AIg. l, Business Nlath EPIC 1411 To lnfiniTy TrlQ,,GeOmetry,AIg,1,IVIaIh1 . . .GeOmetry,AIg. I,IV1aII1I. 'QM J. L. STOKER Knot shownj , . .Georr1etry, Alg. II, Math I Z' BILLY E. WEAVER , , .N.S.C,, BS.. . .AIg.,MathIar1dlI 19. LINDA C. GAUTHIER , . . LSU., BS, MEG . MARIE S. LaCOUFI . . , NSU, BS, U.S.L, IVI.Ed JUDITH S. SWARTZ . . . St. Francis College, B.A PHILIPJ. TIMOTHY. . . NSU., B.S.3I'IdY3OQ LSU ,M Ed , Math nm-1 I Xl 33. E kv' E T ..,f ! NNY if I 1 ',," , , y 1 Heres lookmg at you? AV' 3DD'9 3 GSW- I - 145 Faculty There are millions of questions in the world around us, and the teachers of the Science Department are constantly striving for answers. ln addition, they inspire each student to challenge what he learns with answers of his own. The secrets of science are -n-wanna All From Cells revealed through the study of general science, biol- ogy, chemistry, and physics. The science teachers at A.S.H. work together to open the doors of science for everyone. -, -: 2 Y! Q. WWE lt's in here somewhere! K T! ti y l . c l .1 . , wr Mfr J 56.8 - ogg W2 f l Don'tbug me! Look'in Good! l STEPHEN Y. BRADY JOSEPHINE CAZES. . . N.S.U., BS., LSU., lVl.Ed. . . , Biology, Mini Courses OUINCY T. FORD. . . NSU., BS, Stephen Austin University, lVl.Ed.. . .General Science EPIC 146 To Tesl Tubes 7.5 hum. Q 1- ' Formula forthe perfect student. Q M yr JUDY LAMBERT SKIPPER NEWTON, , .N.S.U., B.S.g lVl.S.. . .Phys- ics, GeneralSciemce CHARLES SIMON . . Grambli Lg7B.S.5 NIS U, lVl.Ed,, . .GeneralScience ffl' gf 60 -,J if jil ul . fled I ,ij eff E if . i ' 'A af' ' fi fl' ..f ,. g.A.f , 'mp X Af fl ww J7 1 I "iJfWfR '. U' J i S wwf-ur . il N ii nw w .lziffhff if v me YE Kll -J i ARTHUR VISCONTE. . .L.C., N.S.U., MS.. . .Germ eral Science MARY WARDSWORTH . . . Grambling, B.S.g South' em, Nl.S,g N.S.U.ar1d 30. . .Chemistry JANET K. WATSON. . .N.L.U., BS.. . . Biology l, Math I , yi 4 S ns- 43 2.1 ...4 .ll Hands off! 147 Faculty The Social Studies Department is one of the most broadening at A.S.l-l. Now, to a teacher, to "broaden" means to expand a student's mind, to deepen his insights into human life, and to illuminate his con- cepts ot the world. But kids translate 'tbroadening" in a different way, in a broadening class, they can get a teacher off the track and still be on the track! To talk about the price of blue jeans and Alexandria's speed limit laws may not be in regular lesson plans, but it's an excellent way to learn that creates courses both popular and instructive. Getting his point across. 1, . .,,, .,., 1 . ' ' ' ' ,,L....f- Lost in space! EPIC 148 From the Old World He went that way! .avv""""""' ,jslll""':-1 To The New Frontier iw-SSS! . gn.. Behind closed doors? rx..." 'YT' N JFS., Right to bare arms. BOBBY ASHLEY NANCY BAFIHAM. . .L.S.U., B.S. . . .Arn History and Sociology WILLIAM BISHOP Cnot shownj CATHERINE B. BOREN. . . Kansa B.S. . . . Free Enterprise s State University, LINDA CARRUTH. . .NmS.U., B.A.. . .Geography JOHN H. COCKFIELL SUSAN B. FLOURNOY . . . L.S.U., B.S. . . . Gov't, Am, History BRENDA HOBDY. . .L,S.U., B.S.. , .CiyicS, Geography LY LE HUTCHINSON 149 Faculty Thriving business: it's a stranger's first impression From Seeds of America, derived from beautiful city skylines, thriving farms, and the alert, intelligent faces of those involved in enterprise. Business and agri-bus- iness classes at A.S.l-l. acquaint students with the forces that create this impression, offering them many points of view - legal, secretarial, mathemat- ical, mechanical, and agricultural. Business teach- ers hope that a secure productivity remains not only a notable feeling but a fact of life in the United States. ,mm mrs BF IME N fix INV MW frm ct u Cllf Num Bifiwwnhn- Americas country good meal! peamyl at iagti LINDA BURGESS GENE J. CHATAIGNIER USL., B S. , Vocational Ag , Agri Business MARIAN DEVILLE, . .US L., BS., N S U., lVl S. , Typing l, Office Machines ANNE LEE N.L.U., B A, NS U, Nl, Ed . Journzalisrn, Office Machines, Gen Business EPIC 150 To Stenogrcaphy A , L 1 , Q ' 1, u 1 , ' A 5 . ' I A f 9 gigfi f 'nf' gig: if 1 . v I in . , ,O 1 I ,UV " If Q' All Wrapped up, I'IIg0tItrfghtIflt'StI1QIastIhmg IdoI mg I, Trvasurer Booking I, II CAROLYN PECANTY . IC, BA., NSU., Typ II, OIIIcifIM11cihIr1e5, CIerlc,zaIOIIIc:0Practlce ROBERT L. SMITH . GmmhImQ, B S Gem BusImc'Qs,BIIsur1e5s Law NIAZELLE C. TURNER , MISS Shaw UrIIyPrsIIy Typmg I, Shnurthaamci I, caIPrac1IIc1v DAVID VIDFIINE L S U , B S AQTI Buisness Cmnt shcnvwwj 151 Fm f F f 5 ai! 'cl . in v SUE FLMOTT NSLLBSJIVIS IHEG., Typ RACHELL A. NELSON . I C, BS . Typing I ITIS! CINI LI No matter what anyone wants to do he shouldn't be prevented from it by poor health. Everyone should enjoy a body that works well for him and is able to stand up to the demands he puts upon it. Well-con- ditioned muscles can respond happily to any routine the mind is eager to undertake, be it concentrated From Bolcince Beam work or concentrated play, dancing or romancing, hitting the books or hitting the tennis courts. Physi- cal Education is a must for any modern lifestyle. .Q-Mm-M-,g,.... 'f-vie-..l...,.,,,,,,,..-U -M---...........,,,,,..,0..- . JN. Vi. ,asf i Concentration? Rocky, eat your heart out! 5 - LORRAINE CARBARY. . ,L.S.U., B.S.g M.Ed. . . .P.E. NANCY CLEVELAND . . . Delta State Univer- sity, B.S.E., M.Ed.5. . .P.E. FRED FRANKLIN RICHARD GOLMON . . . La. Tech, B.S. . . . ' in-A EPIC 152 ,M ,ale lo Baseball -Q.. ,4,,,. , ww,-M. V W, 1,11 --af ' 'mfJ"f"' ,W A hi Qgf - , M V gli, T ,, I A lil le W LOUIS L.IMcGHEE . . . Albany State College, BS.. . .P.E. GLEN MURPHY ALICE R. SPARKS . . . La. Tech, B.S.: N.S.U., M.A .... Health, P.E, DOROTHY H. WILLIAMS . . . Still- mon, B.S.5 N.S.U., M.S. ss one shot! 1, I agmmmnnnms 5 I g IIC1 11111 QQ! K .L -...K Tlme's up! A 153 Faculty A person's heritage is an important part of his life. Heritage includes language, culture, and ideas. lt means not only a nation, but people. Each individual has the privilege of learning about others as he learns about himself. By learning a second lan- guage, a student is given the opportunity to study a new culture. He is able to compare it with his own culture and is able to improve his own life by utiliz- ing his observations. The goal of the foreign lan- guage teachers at ASH is to teach students about others and to help them learn about themselves, not only as members of a certain race or nation, but also as individuals, ' V. L- A gg.. rf. , M Wa ,J-i"'E?QWQ a 2 awww i3 Ega3 'iid 3 if H .. My . iii' M, V B ,PMSA A We asses l AWEQQE 'fr Paris or bust! Nobody s perfect PATRICIA CYPHERT. . .N.S.U., B.A.. . .French ll, Eng. ll DIANE HIXSON . . . Ashland College, B.S.g Penn. State University M A . . .Spanishl . . . , , me A 1 use ,V w" J JJ, ,xigvlbu -"ACQ',l fi! J X I V I A - f or l 4 1 fi' l L 1 , U it 'J' it r lift ' ,I I iw , tx ,UU Lf itji, U AUM! f X7 Vi f If ' li?" my ,ff A NV if i ll It . Q 'V i ft New 241 K' Lil' . DNP' UE i-J l i ' or Af f , ' , - r ff . . N. i P X' X i it iw' Ll ' ,Q mf F xy , dk D tx jjj., . GUYA. AVARRO. . .L.C.,B. .gU.S.L., .A.. . .French, eometry MARY REIGHNEY. . .N.L.U., B.A.. . .Spanish, English EPIC 154 ,M What do the words "Speech Department" bring to mind? Most people think of debates, speech tour- naments, plays, colorful makeup and costumes, creative gestures, and appreciative audiences. The words "Speech Department" also mean individual quality, eloquence, and teaching students to develop their talents. The dedicated teachers of the Speech Department at ASH do all of these things. They add a dimension to ASH through which many students are able to express thern- selves. ' . 3 gs, Hx X . 4 1: g? C, .,.,.,, . Pointing out LOUISE S LEMOTT. . .Grambling University, NSU.. . .English and Speech JESSE F OWENS. . .N.L.U., BA., MA.. . .Speech I, Drama, Forensics 155 Faculty From lf someone put you in a room with an Austrian peas- ant, a fruitmonger from Brazil, a Chinese ambassa- dor, and a doctor from Madagascar, and said, "Unite these people!", what would you do? To get them on the same wavelength, turn on a stereo or show them a painting. To tones and colors they'll respond as one, for the arts join people as nothing else does. Thus ASH's fine arts department is a great asset to the school: through exciting individ- ual projects, it lends unity to a diverse student body. Another Mona Lisa? CLAUDE D. ANDREWS . . . Southern University, B.S,5 Vander Cook College, M. Ed.. . .Band JERRY GORDON ARLT . . . Loyola University . . . B.EM. B.Nl.E. CYNTHIA RUSHING . . . L.A. Tech, B.A. . . , Art 1 Qnotshownj MARLENE THEVENOTE . . , La. College, BA. . . Art I, ll, Ill, IV EPIC 156 From Recipes 'ro Tcipe Meosures A stitch in time. Who ate my cookies? Whether kids are wearing pinafores or cutoffs, whether women are cooking with wooden spoons or Cuisinarts, the world is always going to contain growing children and hungry men. Right? And someone must be able to take care of them! lt takes grace and wisdom to manage the morals, meals, and money of a family. Members of home econom- ics classes at ASH are developing that grace and wisdom so that, no matter how else the world changes, homes will remain the center of American life. Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe? ELIZABETH FILLETTE. . .N.S.U., BS.. . .Home Ec. l, ll MARTHA MARTIN Cnot shownb PEGGY PARKER . . . l..C., BS., N.S.U., Nl.Ed .... Home Ec., Marriage, Child Developement, Home Decorations 157 Faculty Through a Work Study Program, the teachers in the Special Education Department help their students of today become productive adults of tomorrow. The students learn high school subjects along with work skills in their first year at ASH. During the second two years, the students go to work at a job in which they can use the skills that they have learned. Learn- ing to work with people is a vital part of the Work Study Program. The Special Education teachers at ASH bring this idea to all of their students and the students will carry it with them along the road to theirfutures. fa wr . W Alright, let's get to work! BEVERLY HOWARD . . . Fordham University, B.A. , . .Special Ed. JOESPH MOREAU . . . NSU., BS .... Special Ed. FELIX J. THOMAS. , .N.S.U., BS. and NLS., , . Special Ed. EPIC 158 From Closs to Work One wrong move Ss From Announcements to Admits It's a secretary! It's an aide! It's a superwoman! The Iadies who work in the office and guidance office do a tremendous amount of work. When was the last the Iady behind the desk was thanked by someone who was checking out? The students at ASH should be ashamed of themselves! A dozen red roses in the office and a dozen more for the aides! Thank you superwomen. By the way, I need to check out. . . 5.3.2 K 4 Hello? SARA BROWN. . .Office Secretary PATSY B. ROBINSON. . .Aide VIRGINA SMITH. . .Guidance Secretary GINGER SPURGER. . . Reading Aide JIMMIE USSERY. . . Office Secretary JOANN WILLIAMS. . . Library Secretary I59 Faculty Who spends many grueling hours fixing schedules? Who helps students select colleges? Who reminds students of important college tests? Who keeps track of all student records? Who tries to help stu- dents with their problems? The guidance counselors do all this and more. They are always working, but they are never too busy to help a student. Counse- lors are a vital part of our existance at ASH. LINDA CALVERT. . .Arc Aide JOAN COOPER. . .Arc Counselor OLA MONK DOROTHY J. MOORE . . . George Peabody College, B.A.g L,S.U., lVl.Ed.g and 30. . .Guidance RALPH T. SELF. . .N.S.U., B.A.g N.O. Baptist Theo' logical Seminary, Master of Divinityg L.S.U.g NI.Ed. . . .Guidance DONALD R. SEXTON. . . LC., B.S.g Masters and 30 . . .Guidance EPlC 160 From Curriculum to College GUIDANCE YQ The ROOTS of itall 1- Ny From Cord Ccilologues lo Novels xngqwv 5 We i!lQl i Peekfafbool bw in 2-exft! ff Timberl What would the students at ASH do without the library? The librarians realize how important a good library is to a high school. They work industriously to provide an excel- lent study and research environment behind the carefully guarded doors of the library. They stay up-to-date on new books and magazines. They provide a fundamental part ofthe high school experience for students at ASH. f l . Q I ' W ,es , , if' 4 ' Q f! .-My vi-7 ki L .,. DOROTHY COLEMAN . . .Southern University . . .Librarian NANCY GINGRAS , .LC , BA . .Librarian 161 Faculty From Vacuum Cleaners To Blockboords orothy Gr: IU William Falrchnld www K INR y Q1 S1eveVorus From Tocos To Hof Rolls Beth Colotron Lucrnda Coleman Jerrnell Edermeyer, Asst. Mgr. En1r!yKung Urima Landers, Manager Betty Shelton Julua Vernayden Irene Vandernoaf M I L-, RI' N 4-.5 sz, Nrna Reed Bernell Warner ini AudnneF1tcne Racnalwngnt Classes . Leis Pelbples . . . Gente G. . . Classes . . . Les Peuples S s N, . ,Genie . Classes . . . L es Peuples . Gente . Classe es . . . Les Peuples . . . Genie . . . Classes . . . Les Peuples . 'F SF ,. Ss s f. . sG8Hel8 . . S595 . . . Les Pau 0 les . . . Geenleses . . 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Genie . . . S... OSSBS . . . Les Peup ses . . . Les Peoples . Q . Genie . C GSSBS . . . -es Peupes . . . Genie . . . Classe ES . . QSSBSC ...-esPeupes.. . Gente . . . Classes .. . -es Peup es . .L . Genie . . . Classe lasses . . . SS.. OSSEST BS . . Les Peuples . CLASSES EPIC 166 Lost cmd alone on some forgotten highway Traveled by many remembered by tew Lookin' for something that I can believe in Lookin' for something that I'd like to do with my, lite. There's nothin' behind me and nothin' that ties me To somethin' that might have been true yesterday. Tomorrow is open and right now it seems to be more Than enough to just be here today. And I don't know what the tuture is-holdin' in store I don't know where I'm goin'7 l'm not sure where I've been There's a spirit that guides me, a light that shines tor me My lite is worth the livin', I don't need to see the end. "SWEET SURRENDERH Words and Music by: John Denver 0 1974 Walt Disney Music Company and Cherry Lane Music Co. . , Lap. "5 3.-1 x . J, f 'NU' 'r -- -on 44 lffx' fa., ...f.:, i 4 . ' , fd 'nf xv V QM, ful! f"'!l"?f f- flgu . SENICRS 1978 167 Clxasses r 'fx' h l H f i A r A EPIC 168 V i X pg. , WMS ""'l"'Y'.r..n,,,, tl M131 Senior Closs Officers Mimi Nichols, President Cothy Rogers, Vice-President Terry Smith, Secretory Cloy Deormon, Treosurer In The Beginning. 4435 . a Cheryl Adams Pam Albright James Alexander Jeff Anding Paula Antee Michael Arceneaux Cynthia Baker 'QQ Karen Barnes Debra Belvin Bessie Armstrong Kenneth Baldwin ,f Paula Beck David Bell '- T5 1 fn' issss s Sid Bertheaud Susan Bledsoe This is what? 169 Classes 'Q' Theres Neyer M KW J. .afg- Eightl Eight! Eight! 'fiwm I, Kyrn Bohart Nancy Bolen Cynthia Borclelon Marilyn Boss Evelyn Bowman Tanve Broussard Gerald Brown Marion Brown EPIC 170 i Jeff Bryant X. ? E I "u.... Tim Burnaman Katherine Burroughs o Dull Senior Debbue Byrd James Ca ner r Y r ' ' 9, y r ,,.., 4 K , Q N I 3 'SHA ' I K Q! X i, if N Everybody smile' Vickie and Bill enjoy the outdoors. Gregory Cain Brad Calvit Paul Carlun Margaret Carter Wendy Carter Joyce Chapman , M or rrrrryrr Bobby Carleno ,, , Scot Chase 171 Classes Seniors fr 4 'z l C vfkijxek. ., -- fAf2i.w, 7 rm 4 , ,fgf-4'-MQ" Katherine Clark 44 .l C . Wanda Chark Brian hits the dirt, Gay Chaya David Chesser . K -5 a er xi xf K S 'fe 5 . LLL 4. Jeffery Clark Melanie Clavton Sammy Cloud Chris Clowers Melva Cody N' --NX NK? f-xxx Randall Conrad Robin Conrad .,,...Qv3l , ,yn-H of 1 , .:.,1-5-if 'f 72 ' fm X Don Corley Brian Couvillion Big Mac Attack! EPIC l72 grass-4-v-Q dw.-.aaiiii Getting Awoy Leslie Cudd Gotcha' Clay Dearman Debbie Difulco Theresa Disman Dawn Dodson Cheryl Donahue Steohanie Duke Stephanie Ebare Donna Elliot Elizabeth Elliot This is lunch. 4.1 Maxine Curry Dennis Dengel Heather Downs 7 173 Classes EPIC 1. sbbb it lofi t Seniors Q- ii 1- 'K E Danny Fairbanks Janell Faircloth Donald Feazel Debbie Fields Sandra Fomby Jeff Ford Glen Forest Mable Franklin Natalie Freeman Donald Fritz Mark Gallagher Janet Gerami Jess Gibbs Randy Gilchrist Roger Girtley Bill Goodwin Linda Graalman :A Qu! if-1' f i EQ l W 1 Thomas Grafton Linda Williams enjoys her work. Ginger Graham 174 Lookin' Good IU! Charlotte Grant Donna Grant Leslie gets tough. Alexander Green David Grimaud Jack Haller Katrina Hanely 1 Stephanie Gremillion 4IdT""' June Guillory Tina Guinn Debbie Haase Steve Haise Sandy Halliburton Jeffery Hamblet The Senior's main man. 'QVVQ was is 'Ma .- 175 Classes ,A 275- 45 ,. M Kelly Harris Debble!H5rrod -f Everything . 4kx i ,? H+ i n 17, Terrie Henry F Bill Herrinqton is l fx, s rbi' Herman Hinkston Cvnthia Howard Jeff Hillman Pam Kendrick sells a Senior calendar Charles Hunter e 3 Senior Spirit 'R i W Robert Jackson Denise Jeter' 4 -,': - --., 1- Debbie Jines v J ..iikx , f'r- NI id N 1 ' iii? A Allison Johnson Diane Johnson Gwen Johnson E -v.. Benjamin Jones EPIC 178 Seniors keeping an eye on things. Susan Jones Craig Jowers Bruce Keels Janine Johnson f N 3 s Wanda Johnson Pam Kemper Neyer Stops qnq' Kathy Kelly Vernice Kelly Pam Kendrick Jerre Kinard Nelson Kimble Peter King Wnat talent! we f"r- Delores Kirk Andy Kiser Walter Laborde Lynn Lacombe Deede Lacnney 179 Classes -vi.. Anita LaFieur Suzanne LaFIeur Pam Laird James Lamb N 11.. at 7 ? Jeanie Langston Bill LeBlanc Anthony Lee Dorothy Lee W Shari Lee Arthur Leonard EPIC 180 N ., .,f,,....4. f rv YH Seniors Always ,, of 7 E451 it Scot's the only fish in the sea. fs: H' L ,L J 1 Looking for a party. Doin' ll Righl 7 4? Jim Lewis Pam Liggins Ralph Liggins Mary Lintzen Russell Loelfler Mike Long gg iii s me NX fi Manda McBroom fi - A i ' . -E75 -W . X N X ' 0 N55 Dan McGraw s...-Z Ricky McLaren Pat Long Sonya Lonidier Ella Loyd William McBride Paul McCartney Kenneth McCarty Dorothy McClinton Tracy McGowen George McGrew Ronald Marcurn I, 5 f Will Rabalais gets the giggles, 181 Classes P Homecoming - iv if x A lv i Glenda Mathews Karen Mathews Mark Mathews Jennifer Maughn Gary Melder ms ,f Helen Mertens Richard Michiels ,vs Junior Mills Clay Dearman finishes up the Sr, float. Barbara Monroe Teri Montou James Moore Derrick Morrison Seniors produce a winning float. Billy Murphy IC l82 xl' I 0 Success Seniors discuss pians for graduation. il' x Bonnie Murray Craig Murray Mimi Nichols Hope Norman John O'Shee James Owens Mike Painter Darivnn Patrick Steve Perkins Us 'S- Mike Peterman Pauia Peterson Rhonda Peterson 183 Classes .1l L4 Seniors Do f 5 T2 Ramona Phillips Paula Pickens Kari Plaisance Par .,,m:gi if 49491-.Sig .N . fir L ,, I i ffl' 41015 ' Marvin Pressley Bernard Pugh George Purks Mei Queen Ranelle Handles -.3 , . X. f t . . W I . .sv 5, - N . Will Rabalais Raymond Rax Joni Reboucne ASH's 201h century farmers. Toni Fiebouche EPIC 184 IT Better Darlene Reed Vickie Reid Kathy Rhodes Sandra Richardson Susan Richmond t 'Qi s ,1 A-,E it-1 . Leah Rich Debra Robertson John Robinson Cathy Rogers Stephanie Roscoe Y!-qr'x. i sir- ,..- 4 LisaShu RonnieScott R DebraAnnSeymore Taylor Rosenthal Steven Scheffer SENIOR mr UKHATION gwiii ' g,g,,- t If v,.,,giew.1z , V,V, 1gggMW,f,-4-W-a,,,, ,,,, M I Seniors get informed. flffitifi .V 114 'S this 1 'gy 185 Classes Octavia Sherman Ron Michael Sorenson EPIC 186 5 vi XJX nie Shinhoster What are those things below us? Carol Smith David Smith Gloria Smith W1 , xlu, f Wi Lunch -1. 1 U ' herrill USGU YSNSOD U Lola Spears Aren't we impressive? Melissa Stelly o Relief Would anyone like Kathy Stewart Barbara St. John Debbie St 1.5 Jeffery Tennie Gregory Texada Greta Thoma Brian Thomson Debbie Thrasher Bill Tisdale Jamie Travis Deedra Treadwell Seniors With 'E' E F Xl if -rg' Nathaniel Trottie Denise Turner Kathv Turoin Katie Tvler George Tynes ,gn- ,..--v""' Keith Vanderllck Jacqueline Waller Rita Warden Susan Waters EPIC l88 A K, .t ,Q G S Lori Wells Robert Wells we A Thank God I'm a country boy! Don't suits deserve socks? 'ftew F' Steve Welch P. J. Wenkel r o The Progrom V . . James West Darrell Wilkerson xe- Mark Williamson Thomas Williams Els Akai Renee Wilkerson Linda Williams Sean Williams Darrell gets set. use-' Sr se Craig Wilmore ri Hyman Wilson Tina Wilson .av-ws Liz Wolfe Caroline Woodward Terry Wyrick Kelly Young William Zachary 189 Classes EPIC 190 Not Harlan Bordelon Kathy Colbert David Cooter Cindy Dana Mary Day Jane DeSeIIe Bernadine Ellis Eugene Ellis Vera Franklin Charles Gammons Robert Giordano David Gremillion Darrell Hataway John Hoosier Jeff Huffman Chris Lee Torrey Lewallen Mary Long Jerry Luzader N i Q., 1' f it r 1 M? 'fb is ,5I, , 4, . If WE BTE STS Fi Pictured Dorothy McClinton Lisa McNary Sara Manuel Jeanine Marien Dewann Markley Anthony Moore Marge Nelson Adrienne Patrick Curtis Pickens Amanda Posey Dorville Flobichaux Wanda Scott Kay Tarver Daniel Usrey Teresa Valdez Betty Walker Cullen Washington Timothy Wilmore 191 Classes PAM ALBRIGHT - FTA 74, 76, vice-President 75 . 76: FSA 77 785 Y-Teens 77 4 78. - g . , . . . JAMES ALEXANDER - Work-Study-Program. JEFF ANDING - District Rally Algebra I 74 - 755 Concert Choir 74 - 765 Honor Roll 74 - 7.75 FCS 74- 785 Pi Epsilon Delta 74.4 785, FTA 74 - 785 District Rally Geometry I 75- 765 FIVILA 75 - 765 Sci- ence Fair,52ndF'lace Engineering 75 - 765 Student Council.,Rep,, Alt. 76 4 775 Key Club 76 4 78, Treasurer 77 4 785 Spanish Club 77 4 785 Who's Who Amg. Am. High School Students 77 - 78. . . PAULA ANTEE - Yearbook Salesman 74 4 755 Guidance Worker 75 - 765 FSA 76 - 785 FHA 77 4 785 Student Co-Worker 77 - 78. BESSIE ARMSTRONG - Generation ll 75 - 76: FBLA 75- 765 Jr, Vols. 75 4 76. CYNTHIA BAKER - FTA 75 - 765 Jr. Vols. 75 - 775 FBLA 77 - 785 Spanish Club 77 - 78. I I L7"' 5 KAREN BARNES - District Lit. Rally 74 - 75, Gen. Science -4 Exc., Biology - Good: Troyans 74 - 765 District Lit. Rally 75- 765 French l - Superior5 State Lit. Rally 76 - 775 French l, 4th Place5 French Honor Soc. 76 - 785 FBLA 77 - 785 Y-Teens 77 -,78. 5 PAULA BECK - Band 74 - 78, Lettered 74 - 785 Northwestern Solo and Ensemble 75 - 785 Rapides Parish Honor Band 76 - 785 FTA 75 4 765 District ll Honor -Band 76 4 775 FSA 76 - 775 Spanish Club 76 5 775 FCS 77 - 785 Who's Who Among American High School Students 777- 785' National Honor Society 77 - 78. SID BEFITHEAUD - Fresh. Football 74 - 755 Art Club 75 - 765 Future Voters 75 - 785 Leo Club 75 - 78, Pres. 77 - 785 Forensics 76 - 77, LA Tourn. of Championsg Royalty Court 76 - 775 Who's Who Arng. Arn, High School Students 76- 775 Student Council 76 -78, V. Pres. 76 - 77. SUSAN BLEDSOE - French Club 77478. KIM BOHART - Forensics 77 - 785 Thespian 77 - 78. NANCY BOLEN -+ FHA 74 - 75, Spanish Club 75 4 785 FSA 77 - 785 Y-Teens 77-78. CYNTHIA BORDELON - FHA 74 - 785 FSA 77 - 785 Student Co- Worker 77- 78. MARILYN BOSS - Bolton, FHA 74 - 755 FTA 74 - 755 ASH, Gen. Il75-775SpanishClub76-77. - . TANYE BROUSSARD - Ecology Club 76 - 785 Student Council Rep. 76 - 78. MARIDN BROWN - Dis. Rally, Accounting I - Exc. 76 - 775 FBLA 76 - 775 Future Vot. 76 - 775 Who's Who Amg. Am. High School Students Nom. 76 4 775 FBLA Pres. 77 4 785 FCS 77 - 785 Leo Club 77 - 785 School Staff 77 4 78. JEFF BRYANT - Dis. Lit. Rally 76 - 775 Spanish Club 76 - 775 Band 76 - 785 FCS 77 J 785 Quill and Scroll 77 4 78. TIM BURNAMAN - ASH Band 74 4 785 FIVILA 74 - 785 Cenla Symphonic Band 75 - 785 Dis. Solo Ensemble, Sup. 75 - 785 Dis. ll Honor Band 75 - 785 Jazz Band 75 - 78, Outstanding Jazz Bandsman 75 - 765 Bicentennial Band 76 - 775. All Star, LA Tech Festival 76- 775 Rap. Parish Honor Band 76 - 78. DEBBIE BYRD - FHA 74 - 785 French Club 74 - 785 Student Co- Worker 76 - 785 FSA 77 - 781 5 EPIC T92 . GREGORY CAIN 4 Boiron, lil-i 74 4 755 ASH, Art Clu'bi75 45775 4H 76,4 77, Peabody Mag,,,COE77 4 78, FBLA 77- 78, BRAD CALVI-T W-.Ecology Club 74 4 75: FOQIDHII4--Manage' 74 - 7.5: Future Voters 74 - 755 Rally, Civics 74 - 755 French Club 74 - 785 Epic 761 775-Student Council 76-- 77:5Key Club 76 4 7-8. -. , BDBBYIICARJLINEI- Work-study7Program.' ' 5 - JAMES CARTER - Balm, Track 74 A 751 Roto 74 - 751 Asii French5Club-.76-78. - - 1 .- .. , -. WIINDYIICARTER 4- ri-iA 75 - 76, see. 767- 77fi4H 75 4 77, Pea, bedv Meg- USCA 77 - 784 . . JOYCE-CHAPMAN - Ecology Club 74 - 755 Y-fi'eens,74 755,Art Club 74 - 78, Scrapbook 75 - 76, Prog. Chairman 765 Pres. 77 4 785 FHA 75 4 7-7, Historian 77 4 785 Futurevoters 7,7 - 785 National Honor Society 77 4 78. KATHERINECHARK -- 4H Club 74 - 755 Troyans 74- 755 FSA 77 -78, Jr. Vols. 777-'78. in or I 4 4 4 - WANDA CHARK 4 Troyans 743 775i'FBlgA 771 785IFIagI77 -7785 FTA 77,- 78.. 5 5 5 ARTHUR SCOTTJCHASE -A Basketball 75 - 78, Lettered -76 - 78: Key Club 75 - 785 Epic Staff 76 - 775 Jr, Class Treas. 76 - 775 Span. Club 76 A 785 Boys' State Alt. 75? - 78. 4 f - GAY LYNN ci-IAYA - Ecology Club 74 4 755 FTA 744: 7527 Ai-i 74 - 755 Future Voters 75- 765 Peabody, DECA 76-775 FBLA 77- 785 FHA 77 4 785 FSA 77 -778. I I DAVID CHESSER - FFA 74 - 78. JEFFREY ALAN CLARK - Freshman Football 74 - 755 Band 74 - 78, Inst. Solo and Ens. McNeese 74- 755 Cenla. Symphonic Band 75 - 76, Instr. Solo and Ens. NSU 75 4 785 Jazz Band 74 - 75, Jazz Fes. Tech 775 FMLA 74 - 785 Future Voters 76-78. SAMMY CLOUD - Basketball 77 - 785 Football 77 - 785 Key Club 77 4 78. CHRISTIAN CLOWERS -5 District Rally 75 - 775 State Rally 76 - 775 Swim Team 76 - 775 Science Club 76 - 78, Pres. 77 -7785 Whos Who-Amg. Arn.. High Sch. Students 76- 775 Boys' State 77 - 785 National Honor Soc. 77 - 785 Ouill and Scroll 77 - 78. MELVA CODY - FTA 74 - 765 Sec.-Treas. 75- 765 FSA 77- 78. RANDY CONRAD -- FFA 74 - 78, Dis. Parl. 76' 77: ArtClub 76- 775 Basketball 76 4 775 Drama 76 4 775 Cross Country 77- 78. ROBIN CONRAD -- FSA 77 4 78. DGN CORLEY -- Freshman Football 74 - 755 Student Council Alt. 74 - 75, 76 - 78, Rep. 75 - 765 Key Club 75 - 78, Dis. Convy75 4 78, Board of Dir, 76 - 785 FTA 75 - 785 FMLA 76 - 775 Jr. Class Pres. 76 - 775 LA Boys' State Del. 76 4 775 Media Spectrum l, N.O. 76 - 775 Soc. Studies Fairs 76 - 77, lst Place School, lst Place Dis., lst Place State: Future Voters 76 - 785 Scroll Staff 76 4 78, Business Man. 76 - 785 Ecology Club 77- 785 FBLA 77- 785 FCS 77 - 7785 Tennis Team 77 4 785 Troyan Charger 77 - 78. I I LESLIE CUDD - Marching and Concert Band 74 4 78, Let. 74 - 78, McNeese Solo and Ensemble 74 4 75, Northwestern Solo and Ensemble 75 4 78, Sec. 76 - 77, Drum Maj. 77 - 78, Jazz Ensem- ble, Sup. 77 - 78, Pub. Chair. -77 - 78, Reporter 77 - 78: Science Fair 76 - 77, Dis. 765 Student Council Rep. 76 - 775 Y-Teens 76- 775 FMLA 76 - 785 Stud. Go-Worker 77- 78. MAXlNE'-CURRY siudem councii 74- 755: spanish Club 75 . 765 FTA 76- 775 Gen.ll 76- 775 Jr. Vols. 76 5- 77:57 Peabody Mag., Faux 77 - 785'FTA' 77 - 78. LEWIS CLAY DEARMAN -- French Honor Soc. 74- 755 Freshman Track 743 75, Cross 'Country 74 - 755'Youth lnteraction Drug ,Council 74 A 75: Dis. Fially..74 -,,, 78. State 755Art,-Club Photogra- pher 75 - 775 Epic Photographer 75 - 785 Science Club 75 - 785 Stats 75 -5 785 2nd-Place Science Fair 76 - 775 lst Place Fleg. Sci- ence Fair 76 - 775 State Science Fair 76- 775 LA Boys' State 775 Photography Clubi77 -778, Pres. 77 L 785 Quill and scroll 77- 785 Sr. Class Treas. 77 - 78. ,,Ac 5 5 DENNiS DENGEL -- Algebra l Dis. and State Rally' 74 - 755 Chess Club 74 - 785 Science Club74 - 785 Forum Staff 77 - 7,85 National Honor Society 77 -'785 Quilland Scroll 77- 78. ' A ' beam ANN DIFULCO - FHA 74- 755 FTA 75 - 78, FSA 77- 787. CHERYL DONAHUE - FHA 74 - 755 Girls' Glee Club 74 - 7,55 Troyans 74 - 755 Epic Business Staff 75 - 765'Concert'Choir 76 - 785 FBLA 76 - 785 Studentilouncil Alt. 76 - 775 Quill and Scroll 76 -'785 FBLA Vice Pres. 77 - 785 Jr. Vols. 76- 785 FTA 76- 785 Gen. l.t.75--.775-Alexanclrians-77-178.- .. 4. - ' - 1 HEATHER DOWNS'- Ecology club' 77 - 785 FHA 77 - 785 FTA 77 -7778: Spanish Club 77 -78. . - . . - - - STEPHANIE DUKE +- Bolton, Foreign Lang. Festival, Superior 75 - 765 Student Council Rep. 75 - 765 Y-Teens 75 - 765 ASH, Fresh. Class'Sec.'74 1 752' smdenilcooncllinepl. 747- 755 FHA 74- 77, Reporter, alrlistorian,76 5- 775 .Future Voters 75 f 785 LEQ Club 76: 785 Reporter 77 - 78, Sec. 77 - 785 Pi 'Epsilon Delta 76 - 78, FtepoKter.Z7-78. . -. - - - H ' 4 STEPHANNIE EBARE 44 FHA 721 - 755 Giee Clubl'74 -"775lFMLA 75 - 7.75 FSA 75 - 785 FBLA 76 - 785 Concert Choir 77 - 78: FCS 7-7 - 785 Fut. Voters 77 - 78. Elr.izABETli ELLIOTT - FHA 74 Q 755 FMLA 74 . 762 oiee Club 74 - 76, tPres'.5'-75 1 765"Coricert'Choir 76 - 775 Alexandrians 76 - 78, Vice Pres. 77 - 785 FSA 76 - 78, Treasurer 77- 78. ,V V UANNY mmsarms -- -FFA-75 - 78. 7 is 5 JANELL FMRCSLOTH -L Gymnastics 74 7575 TFQYBDSL 748- 76, Fl:lA 74 - 78, Reporter 75 - 76, Pres. 76- 78: Y-Teens 74 - 785 spanish cl. 76-78. DQNALD FEAzELL - FFA 75 - 78 . 7 a aa SANDRA FOMBY -e Troyans 74 -1 75, Assoc. Squad Leader 745- 755 Y-Teens 74- 78, Treas. 74- 75, Vice Pres. 75 - 76, Sec. 76,- 775 Epic Editorial Staff 75 - 78, Assoc. Ed. in Chief 77 -'785'Troy- dolls 75 - 78, Squad LeaderV77 - 785 FHA76 -- 775i7Key, Club Cal. Girl 76- 785 Quill and Scroll 76- 78, Pres. 77- 78. JEFF FORD - FFA 75 - 78, Sentinel 75- 77. , GLENN FOREST - FFA 74 - 785 '4-l-l 74 - 78. 5 5 4 5 5 MABLE FRANKLIN L- FHA 74 -755 Band nag c5rps,lLeif 76 Q DONALD FRlTZl- Fresh. Football 74 - 755 Fresh. Track 74 - 755 LV. Cross Country 74 - 755 Student Council Rep. 74 - 785 Trees.- 77- 785 J.V. Football 75 - 765 Art Club 74- 765 Key Club 74- 785 Future-:Voters 75 - 78, Pres. 76 - 775 Var. Cross Country 75 5- 785 Var. Track75 -,78,,Let. 76 - 785 Jr. Class Favorite 76,- 775 Jr. Class Vice Presf' 761 775'FCS 76 - 785 Var.'FootbaliW 76'-'78, Let. 77,- 785 LAM8oys' State Delegate, Senator 77 - 785 .LEO Club,-Vice Pres. 77 - 785 Quill and Scroll Staff 77 -' 78. V MARK GALLAGHER 14- Freshman Football 74 - 75: Forensics ,Team 74 - 785 lst, Lafayette Speech Tournament 76 - 77, LA Tourn. of Champions Semi-Finalist 75 - 775 FFA 75 - 765 Jr. V. Football 75 - 765 Student Council 75 - 765 Thespians Pres. 76 - 77. JANET GERAMI -- FMLA 74 - .755.Glee Club 74- 765 Vice-Pres. 75 - 765 French Club 75 - 775 Concert Choir 76 - 785 FSA 76- 785 FTA' 74 - 765 FCS 75 -1 785 Alexandrians 77 -- 78: Pres. 77 - 785 Ecology Cl. 77 - 785 Who's Who Amg. Am. High Sch. Students 77 -785'Y-Teens77 - 78. 7 A A JESS GIBBS - Freshman Football 74 - 755 FFA 75 - 785 Dis. Rally Algebra ll 76.5 ' -5 ' RANDY GILCNRIST - Freshntan Football 74 - 751 FFA 75 - 78, Sec. 76 - 77, Treas. 77.- 785-Varsity Football 77. ' 5 Rosen GlRTLEY - Fresh.Football 75-765 FFA 77 - 78. BILL GOODWIN -Q Freshman Football 74 - 755 FFA 75 - 785 Var- sity Football 77- 78. ' 7 LINDA GRAALMANN -- Dist. Lit. Rally, Typing al Sup. 75 - 76: Foreign Lan. Festival, Ex. 75 - 765 Future Voters 75 -785 French Club 75 -785 ,Y-Teens 75 -,785 Vicey,Pres. 76 .- 775. Concert Choir 76 - 775 Dis. Solo'FestiVal, Ex. 76- 775 FMLA 76- 775 Troydolls 76 -...7751Epic BUS. Staff 76 - 78: Pi Epsilon -Delta 76' - 78i Sec. 77 - 785 Dis. Science Fair 76 - 77, Third Place5 Quill and Scroll 76 - 785 FCS 77 - 785 Forurh Staff 77 - 785 ICC 77 - 785 LEO Club 77 - 782 Natl.,Honor Soc. 7,7-78. 7 V V, ,V 5 . GINGER GRAHAM - Gymnastics Teami74 l 75: Epic 74 - 78. Fresh, Class Ed. 75 - 76, Features Ed. 76 f 77, Editor-in-Chief 77 - 783 Key Club Calen'dariGirl' 74 - 775, 77 - 785 French Club 74 - 78, Trees. 76,- 775.-Troyans4.74 -.785 Y-Teens 74 - 785 Dis. Lit. Rally 75 -'77, French 75 - 77, Bookkeeping 76 - 775 Troydolls 75 - 78, Captain 757 - 785 Royalty Court '76 -.785 Girls' State Alt. 77 - 785 National Honor Society 77 - 785 Quill and Scroll. CHARLOTTE GRANT fe- Y.-Teens 7.4 - 78, Treas. 785 Student Council Rep. 75 - 765 Future Voters 76- 775 FHA 76- 785 Spanish Club 76 - 78: FSA 77 - 78. ' ' ' 5 ' DONNA GFRANT -- FHA 74 - 755 Troyans 74 - 755 Y-Teens 74 - 755 FBLA 76 - 775 FSA 76 - 775 Assoc. Ed. Scroll Staff 77 - 78. STEPHANIE GREMlLLl0N - Art Club 74 - 78. DAVID GRIMAUD 5- French Club 74 - 765 Cl'ieSS.ClulL3 74. - 78, Vice Pres. 74 - 75, Pres. 76 - 785 Dis. Fially, Typing l 76- 775 Sci- ence Club: FBLA 76- 782 FCS 76- 785 Quill and Scroll 76 - 78. 1uNE'GurLLoi2v 4- student Council Rep. 741 75,1 FHWA 75- 765 Peabody Magnet, FBLA76 - 78, Treas, 76 - 77. . - - TINA GUINN + FHA 74- 75. FTA 757- 765 office worker 75 - 775 rsA 7.6 - 78: spanish Club 76 - 785 study Club 76 - 78,. sec. 77 - 78. DEBORAHHAASE 1- Band 74 -.765 Maiorette 75 - 76g Y-Teens 74 - 765 Student Council Alt. 75 - 76, Flep. 76- 775 Future Voters 76 - 785 French Flon. Soc. 76 - 785 Fut. Vot. -Sec.-76 4 775. Var. Cheerleader 76 - 78, Head Cheerleader 77 - 785 Girls' State 77 - steve i-miss - Ari Club 747- 75. JACK HALLER 5- Basketball 76. - 78, Let. 76 - 78, Most imp. Player 77- 785 FFA 76- 785 Track 785 Key Club 77- 78. ' ' ' 5 ' ' ' A "193'Classe JSANDRA HALIJBURTON - 4H 74 - 755 Peabody, DECA 76 . 775 PBLA77 .r .785 suit 77 . 7,85 rsxi 77 - 76. - KATRINA5 HANLEY1- FHA 74 - 755 Guidance Office Worker 74-- 775 Future Voters 77 - 785 LEO Club 77 - 78. DEBORAH HA-RDYg.- Bolton -- Civil Det. Club 745- 755 Flag Corps 745 Girls' lntra, Basketball 74 - 755 Student Council Rep. 74 --75: Youth llee lnteraction Club 74 - 75.-4 A-SH - Hon. Roll 74,- 785 FBLA 75 - 77, FBLA Pres. 76 - 77, Dis. Rally at Northwestern 765-Gen. -ll 75.-A 765 LA-Assoc. oi.Student Councils 75 - 765 Lit. Rally Home Economics l Sup. 765 Science Fair, 3rd Place 765 French Honor -Soc. -76 - 775 Pi- Epsilon Delta.76 - 77, Sec. 7-7 - 785 Stud. Council Rep. 76 -775 Student Dir. Staff 76 - 775 Quill and 'Scroll Stalt 775 Altg Girls' State5 Natl. Flon. Soc. 77 - 78 -4 Pea- body -- Coop. Ed. 77 - 785 DECA 77 - 785 FHA 77 - 78. ,ALLEN HARRELL -- Peabody -- Automechanics, State Trouble- shooting Norrig 76 - 775 GCE76 - 775 ASH - Freshman Football 74 -575, gr, veil. 75 76. 5. 5. 5 g JENNY BARR-ELL FBLA 76 - 785 FHA 76 - 78,-Pa rliamentarian 77, Vice-Pres, 77 - 785 Y-Teens 76- 785 FSA 77 - 78. KELLY HARRIS -,Ecology ClubV74 - 75: Gvrnriastic Team 74 - 755 Troyans 74 - 775 Future Voters 74 - 785 Y-Teens 74 - 785 ScrollStatt77i--78., 5 H g my g -DEBORAH HARROD --i-Future Voters--74 --755 Troyans 74 - 755 2nd Maid Basketball Court 755 Soph. Class Sec. 75 - 765 Epic Staff, index Ed. 755- 76,1-Fresh. Class Ed. 76- 775 Danceline 75- 785 Key Club Calendar Girl 75 - 775 Spanish Club 76 - 775 Home- coming Court, 5th Maid 775 Student Council' Sec. 77. 5 PAMELAJHAYWARD - Tfeyens 74 - 755 FBLA 75 - 785 FHA 75 - 785 FTA 75- 785 Flag Corps 76 - 77. TERRIE HENRY -- FMLA 74 - 765 Girls' Glee Club 74 - 765 4-H 75 - 765 FSA 76 - 775 Concert Choir 77 - 78. WENDY HERRIN - Band 74- 78, Rapides Parish Hon. Band 74- 75: Jazz Band 75-765 FMLA 75 - 77. BILL HERRlNGTON - Spanish Club 76 - 77. PAUL HELLMAN - Class Rep. 74 - 765 Basketball 74 - 755 Ecol- ogy 74 - 755 LEO Club 74- 785 Future Voters 74 - 755 Who's Who Arng. Am. High Sch. Students 76 - 775 FFA 76 - 78. RUSSELL HlNRlCHS -A Band 74 - 785 Spanish Club 745 Jazz Band 78. JEANNEAHIXSON - Band 75 - 775 Drama 765 FSA 78. PATTI HOLMES -- FHA 74 -.752 Glee Club 74 - 75: Sec. 74- 75: FTA 74 - 765 FMLA 74 - 785 Concert Choir 76 - 775 Office Worker 76 - 775 Alexandrians 76 - 785 Sec.-Treas. 77 - 785 FSA 76 - 785 Scroll Staff 77 - 78, CYNTHIA HOWARD - Troyans 74- 755 Gen. Il 76 - 775 Jr, Vols. 76 4 775 Concert Choir 76 - 78, Solo Ensemble - Exc.5 FHA 76 - 78. DEBORAH ANN HOWARD -- ASH -- French Club 74 - 755 FTA 74 - 765 Glee Club 74 - 765 Honor Choir 74 - 765 FMLA 74 - 765 Beta Club 75 - 765 Concert Choir 75 -- 765 Peabody 4+ COE 76 - 775 FBLA 76 - 785 FSA 76- 785 Deca 77 - 785 GCE 77 - 785 Girls' Baseball77 --78. CHARLES HUNTER - Varsity Football 76 - 78. Epic i594 A - - WANDA DENISE Jeter: - Y-teens 74 . 751ArtClub 74 - 76, sie. dent ceuneii Ali. 74- 76, Office Worker 75- 765,,FSA 76 - 76. 5 DEBBIE JINES M- Dis: Lit. Rally-76 --775 Troyans 74 - 775 Office Worker 76 - 775 Y-Teens 76 - 78, Pres. 77 - 785 FHA 77 - 785 FSA 77, 78' .- . K. 5 1. K. ALLISON JOHNSON - Band 74 - 755 Ecology 74 - 755 FHA 75 - 765 FHA 75 -5 765 Nlajorette 75 - 77, Head Maj. 77 - 785 FMLA 75 - 785 FTA 75 J- 785 Future Voters 75 - 785 Runner Up, "One Nation Under.God",Contest 765 Dis. Rally, Government 76 - 775 NHS-77 - 78, DIANNE JOHNSON - FTA 75 - 765 Jr, Vols. 76 - 775 FBLA 77 - 76. JANINE Jormsora + Student ceurieii nee. 74 - 76, Air 76 - 775 Tennis Team, Lettered 76- 77. 5 5 5 K WANDA JOHNSON -4 Bolton -- Band 74 - 755 4-H 74 -755 ASH -- 4-H 77 - 785 FBLA 77 - 785 Jr. Vols. 77 - 785 Y-Teens 77 - 78. SUSAN JONES - LEO Club 77 - 785 Ecology Club 77 - 78. 5 CRAIG-JOWERS -- FFA 76- 78. - eiftuci Kaus -4 winnfieid sf. High - FFA' 76 - 765 Track 74 . 75. KATHY KELLY -- Swim Team 74- 76, Let. 745 Student Co- Worker 76 - 785 Y-Teens 76 - 78. PAMELA KENDRICK -- FBLA 74 - 785 Future Voters 77 - 785 Y- Teens 77 - 78. PAM KEMPER - Girls' Basketball 75 - 765 Concert Choir 76 - 775 Generation ll 76 - 775 Jr. Vols. 76 - 775 Latin Club 76- 775 Ecol- ogy Club 77 - 78, JERRETT SCOTT KINARD - McNeese lnst. Solo and Ens. 74 - 755 Band 74- 785 FMLA 74- 78, Vice-Pres. 76 - 775 Jazz Band 74 - 785 Rap. Hon. Band 74 - 785 Spanish Club 74- 785 Cenla Sym. Band 75 - 785 Dis, Hon. Band 75 - 785 N.W, Inst. Solo and Ens. 75 -785 Jr. Class Rep, 76 - 775 Student Council Rep. 76- 775 Alexan- drians 76 - 78, Accornpanists 76 - 775 Concert Choir 76 - 785 Future Voters 76 - 78: Key Club 77 - 78, KELLEY KIMBLE -4- French Club 74- 755 Freshman Football and Track 74 - 755 FFA 75 - 78. PETER KING - Spanish Club 74- 755 Art Club 77 - 78. ANDY KISER -- Fresh. Football 74 - 755 French Hon. Soc. 74 - 785 Chess Club 76 - 775 Science Club 77-78. WALTER uieonos - Fresh. reeibeii 74 - 75, Student Council Air. 74- 765 iv. Football 75 - 76, FFA 75- 765 Lao ciiiie 76-78, Vice-Pres. 77 - 785 Var. Football 77 - 78, Lettered, LYNN LACOMBE - FHA 74 - 755 FTA 75 - 765 Office Worker 76 - 77: FSA 76- 785 Ecology 77 - 785 Y-Teens 77-78. ANITA LaFLEUR - FHA 74 - 755 French Club 74 - 755 Y-Teens 74 - 785 Ecology Club 77 - 785 Future Voters 77- 78. SUZANNE LaFLEUR - Troyans 74 - 755 French Hon. Soc. 74 - 775 Y-Teens 74- 775 Epic Ed. Stall 75 - 78, Faculty Assn. Ed. 75 - 76, Clubs Ed. 76 - 77, Sr. Class Ed. 77 - 785 Key Club Calendar Girl 75 - 76, 77 - 785 Troydolls 75 - 785 Ouill and Scroll 76 - 785 National Honor Society 77 - 78. PAMELA LAIRD 4 Lauri Club 76 - 77: FSA 77 - 785 ir. vate 77 Q 73. JEANIE LANGSTON - FSA 76 - 781 FBLA 77 - 785 FCS 77 - 78. BILL LEBLANC - Library Club 74 - 755 Art Club 75 - 785 Vice. Pres. 76 - 77, Pres. 77 - 785 LEO Club 75- 76: Epic Ed. Staff 76 - 77:-French Hon. Soc. 767- 785 Future Vot. Club 76 -'785 Key Club 77 - 785 Scroll Artist 77 - 78. SHARI LEE - Fresh. Class Fav. 74 - 755 Freshman Class Treas. 74 - 755 Troyans 74 - 755 Dist, Rally.. lst Place French 74 - 775 State Rally52nd and 4th Place French 74- 775 Girls'iGlee Club 75 - 765 J.V. Cheerleader 75 - 76: Solo Choral Fest. - Sup. 75 - 775 Epic Ed. Statl 75- 78, Features Ed. 77 - 785 French Honor Soc. 75 - 78, Sec. 76 - 77, Pres. 77 - 785 Future Voters 75 - 78, Sec. 75 - 765 Y-Teens 75 - 785 Basketball Court 76 - 775 CODOFII. Schol- arship Winner 76-- 775 Concert Choir 76 7 775 Homecoming Court' 76 - 775 Jr. Class Fav. 76 - 775 Royalty Court 76 - 775 Student Council Rep. 76 - 77, Alt. 74 - 755 Ouill and Scroll 76- 785 Varsity Cheerleader 76 - 785 Alexanclrians 773 785 Homecoming Queen 77 - 785 Key Club Calendar Girl 77 - 785 Pres. Classroom Award 77 1.78. . .. . , ' . ARTHUR LEONARD -- Bolton - Student Council 74 A 755 Track 74 -775 -ASH -A FFA 77- 78. ' JIM LEWIS- Ecology 74- 755 Future Voters 74 - 755 FBLA 74 - 765 FFA 76 - 77, State Forestry Champs 76 - 77. KATHY LINTZEN L- FSA 76 - 77: Ecology Club 77 -'785 Sec. FSA 77 A 785 National Hon. Society 77 - 78. RUSSELL LOEFFLER -- Track 74 - 765 Cross Country 74 A 775 J.V. Football 75 - 76. MIKE LONG - Cross Country 74 - 755 LEO Club 74 - 765 Student Council 74 - 785 JV. Track and Football 75- 765 Key Club 76 - 78. PATVLONGV- FHA 74 - 765 Future Voters 75 - 765 FSA 76 - 785 Ecology Club 77 - 78. WILLIAM MicBRIDE -- Art Club 74 -'765 Swim Team 74 - 765 Frenchj-lon. Soc. 74 - 785 Key Club 74- 785 Pi Epsilon Delta 74 - 78, Treas. 75 - 765 Student Council Rep. 74- 785 Track Stats 75 - 765 SophrClass Pres. 75 - 765 Football Stats 75 - 775 Quill and Scroll 76 - 785 Natl. Hon. Soc. Pres. 77 - 78. KENNETH MCCARTHY - FFA 75- 77. PAUL MCCARTNEY - Jr. Var. Football 75 - 765 FCS 77 - 78. nonomv Mccurirou - Tfoyans 74 - 755 oiee Club 75 - 775 Concert Choir 76 - 775 FSA 76 - 785 Jr. Vols. 77 - 78. DAN McGRAW - Fresh. Football 74 - 755 FFA 75- 78. GEORGE Mbonewi - Bolton 4 Art Club 74 - 755 B Band 74 - 755 Interact. Club 74 - 755 Spanish Club 74 - 755 Concert Choir 74 - .755 ASH -- Alexandrians 75 - 765-A Band, Let. 75- 765 FTA 75 - 765 Var. Football 77 - 785 Basketball 77 - 78. RICKEY MCLAREN - FFA 74 A 78, vice-Pres. 75 - 76, Pres. 77 - 785 Fresh. Football, Basketball and Track 74 - 755 Jr. Var. Foot, ball 75 - 765-LSU State Lit. Rally -- Superior 775 Var. -Football 76 - '- 78, Lettered 76 - 78. KAREN iviATi-laws - FHA 74 -I 755 Aa Clubi75 . 7s, Gov. Han. Program Art Camp5 FTA 75 - 785 Concert Choir 76 - 775 FSA 76 - 775 Future Voters 76 - 7-75 Honor Choir 76 - 775 Scroll Staff 77 - 78. JENNIFER MALJGHAN - oymriasfies Team 74 . 75g Swim Team 75 - 765 Natl. Forensic League 76 - 785 Thespians 76 - 785 Y-- Teens 7.7 - 78t ---. - - GARY MELDER - Football 74 - 761 Track 74 - 7,55 FFA 76 - 785 Key Club 77 - 78. HELENFMERTENS --:Ecology Club 74 - 755 Future Voters 74 - 755 Peabody - COE 76-77. JUNIOR MILLS -- FFA 75 - 785 Ecology Club 77 - 785 FTA 77 - 78. TERI MONTOU - Ecology Club 74 - 755 Y-Teens 74 - 755 Future Voters 74- 755 Tioga- FHA 75- 77, Sec. 76 - 775 lndia'nettesl76 - 775 .Ir. Mixed Chorus 75- 77 -- ASH -- Ecology Club 77-785 Y-Teens 77 - 78. VVAV V JAMES MOORE H Band 76 - 775 Science Club 765 Track 76. DERRICK MORRISON - ASH Band 74 - 785 Honor Roll Band 74 - 785 Jazz Band 74 - 77, 77 - 785 French Club 76 - 775 Dist. ll Hon. Band 765- 78. I ' it it BILLY MURPHY -- Future Voters 76 - 77, Parliarnentariang FFA 76 - 78, Reporter 76 - 78, Rap. Parish FFA Fed. Treas. 77 - 78, Parliamentary Proc. Team 76 - 785 Scroll Staff Photographer 76 - 78. ' ' BONNIE LOU MURRAY - Bolton f- Chess Club 75 - 765 ROTC Drill Team 76 - ASH - Ecology Club 77 - 785 FSA 77 - 78. CRAIG MURRY - Swim Team 747: FCS 74 - 78: FBLA 76 - 78, Treas. 77 - 785 State Rally, Business 77. MIMI NICHOLS - Troyans 74 - 765 French Club 74 - 78, Foreign Lang. Fes. Sup. 765 Epic Business Staff 74 - 78, Sec.J76 - 77, Business Man. 77 - 785 Future Voters 74 - 785 Y-Teens 74 - 78, Scrapbook 76 - 775 Soph. Class Treas. 75 - 765 FTA 75- 775 FCS 76 - 775. FBLA 76 - 78, Dist.. Rally 775 Student Council Rep. 76 - 785 FSA 77 - 785 LA Girls' State 775 Quill and Scroll 77 - 785 Natl. I-lon. Soc. Vice-Pres. 77 - 785 Senior Class Pres. 77 - 78. HOPE NORMAN - Overall Winner State Rally English I 755 Natl. Piano Guild 75 - 785 Dist. Livestock Show lst Place 765lSchol. Writing Awards l-lon. Mention 765 State Rally English ll 765 Natl. High Sch. Math Award 76- 775 EPIC Ed. Staff 76 - 785 Quill and Scroll 76 - 78,' Ed. 77 - 785 Rap. Symphony Orchestra 76 - 785 Dist. Soc. Studies Fair Ist Place 775 Maine Writers' Workshop5 Overall Winner State Rally,English Ill 775 Scholastic Writing Awards FourthiPlace 775 Concert Choir and Alexandrians 77 - 785 Natl. Hon. Soc. 77 - 785 Rap. Library Youth Council 77 - 785 Natl. Merit Finalist 78. - JAMES OWENS - Concert Band Let. 74' 755 Univ. ot Houston Band Fest. 74 - 755 Dist. Solo and Ens. Fest. Exc. 74 - 755 McNeese Con. Band Fes. 74 - 755 Rap. Parish Honor Band 74 - 765 FFA 75 - 765 FMLA 75 - 765 Jazz Band 75- 765 Ecotogy Club 77 - 785 FTA 77-78. MICHAEL PAINTER - Bolton -- FFA 74 - 755 Fresh. Football 74 A 75 - ASH FFA 76 - 785 Future Voters 76 r 785 FTA 77 - 785 Var- sity Football 77 - 78. . A DARLYNVN PATRICK 5- FTA. 75 - 765 FCS 75 f 77: Spanish Club 75- 775 4-H 75- 785 FBLA 76 - 785 Y-Teens 76 - 785 DECA 77 - 78. RHONDA PETERSON -- FSA 76 - 78. RAMONA PHILLIPS e FSA 76 . 7851 r. Volunteers 77 - 78. V V, ,V.z .5 V 5 5. .195 Classes. PAULA PICKENS - FTA 74 A 755 Fresh. Choir 74 - 755 French Club 76 A 775 Concert Cl'ioir75 - 77. y 5 KARI PLAISANCE AM Art Club 74- 755 Student Council Rep. 74 - 755 Latin Club 74 - 765 Ecoiogy Club 75 - 765 YATeens 7-5 - 785 FSA 76- 78, Reporter 77 - 785 FBLA 77 A 78. AMANDA POSEY --FCS 74 r 785 FHA 765 76 A 77. ' MARVIN PRESSLEY WA- Baseball Team 74 -1755 FFA-76 - 7-8. BERNARD PIJGH -4- Football and Track 74 7 781 Basketball 77 - 78 . .. . . GEORGE PURKS --J.V. Football 75 A 761 Science Club 77-- 78. MEL QUEEN -- Basketball 74 - 755 Football 74 A 755 Scroll Staff 75 A 785 FFA 76- 775iLEO Club 76 A 78. A A ' A WILL RABALAIS - Fresh. Football.74- 755 Fresh.-Track r 755 FFA 74 - 785 .l.V. Football 75- 765 Var. Football 76 - 78, Letterecl 76 - 77. RANELLE RANDLES - Gymnastic Team 74 Y 755 rroyaris 74 Q 765 French Hon. Soc. 74 - 785 Y-Teens 74- 78, Pres. 75 - 765 Epic Bus. Staff 75 A 76, Epic Ed.'S'taff 76 - 785"5FBLA 75 - 765 Studerit" Council Rep. 75 - 765 Future Voters 75 - 78, Treas. 76 - 775 Stu- dent Corps Worker 76 - 785 Varsity Cheerleader 76 A 785 Who's who Amg. Am. High sekousrudenfsg FSAA77 A 78f'LA carts' stare' Alt.5 Natl. Hon. Soc. 77 - 78: Quill and Scroll 77 A 78. RAYMOND RAX -4- Dist. Piano Solo Ensemble Sup. 74 - 75: FMLA 74 - 765 Track and Cross Country 74- 765 French Hon. Soc. 74 A 785 Rap. Parish Honor Band 74 - 785 Dist. li I+-lon. Band 75 - 785 Dist. ll Solo and Ensemble, 2 Sup. Duets 76 A 775 LA Boys' State Alt. 76 - 775 Ali State Band 77 - 785 Dist. ll Solo and Ens. 3 Sup. 78. 5 5 - DARLEEN REED -- 4-H 74 - 755 FMLA 74 - 765 Girls' Glee Club 74- 765 Concert Choir 76 - 785 FTA 76 - 785 Alexandrians 77 - 785 Who's Who Amg. Am. High Sch. Students 77 - 78. VICKIE REED - 74 - 755 Troyans 74 - 755 Clee Club 74- 765 Ten- nis Team 74- 76, Let. 74- 755 French Hon. Soc. 74- 775 FTA 74- 775 Y-Teens 74 A 775 Quilland Scroll Sec. 757 - 78. 5 r - . KATHY RHODES -4- Troyans 74- 755 French Club 74- 775 Future Vots. 574 - 785 Y-Teens 74 - '78, Vice-Pres. 74 - 75,fTreas. 75 - 765 Troydolls 75 - 775 Epic Business Staff 76- 775 FSA 77 - 78. LEAH RICH - FHA 74- 755 Future Voters 74 - 755 FSA 75- 763 Forensics Team 76 - 77, Treas. 76 - 775 DECA 77 - 785 FBLA 77 A 73. . f -5 . SANDRA RICHARDSON - Library Club 74 - 765 FTA 74 - 78, Sec. 77 - 78,: State Con. 74 - 785 French Club 747- 78, Vice-Pres. 77 - 785 Girls' Basketball Team 75. susim mcmviono - FHA 74 A 785 rreracri Club 75 - 765 FBLA 77 . 78, rs4 77 A 785 Y-Teens 77 A 78. JOHN ROBINSON -- Art Club 74 - 775 Cross Country 74 - 755 Tennis Team 74 - 76, Let. 74 - 76, Ist Place Dist. Singles and Doubles 74 -575, Most Val. Boy Tennis Player 74 -175, AAAA State Tennis Singles and Doubles 74 A 775 Key Club 76- 785 FBLA 77 78 CATHY ROGERS - Library Club 74- 765 FBLA 74 - 78, Sec. 76 - 78, Miss FBLA 76 - 775 State FBLA Rally 76 - 775 Rally Spelling 75 - 765 LA Farm Bureau State Essay Contest 2nd Place 76- 775 Epic EPIC T96 Business Staff 764 785 FSA 76- 78, Pres. 77 - 785 Student Coun- cil Alt. 76- 775 LA Girls' State 77 A 785 Quill and Scroll 77 - 785 Sr. cuss vii. 77-78. f I 5 ' STEPHANIE ROSCOE -Af Rally..Shorthand 775 Dtfice Worker 76- 775 FSA 77- 78, Vice-Pres. 77 - 785 Y-Teens 77 A 78. STEVEN ii5l S CHEFFER --'Art Club 75 --765 Science Ci-Lib 76 -'785 Dist. Rally Gen. Bus. and Eng. lll 775 Optimist Club Essay Winner 77 - 7855Natl. Hon. Soc. 77 - 785 Ouilliand Scroll 775-785 Who's Who Arno- Am. High School Students 77 - 78Q" A' LISA SCHULTZ r-4 Office Worker 76 A 7.75 Social Studies Fair-76 - 775 National Honor Society 76 A 785 FBLA 77 A 785 FSA 77 - 78. LEE SHEFIRILL Am- Fresh. Basketball 74 A 755"FBLA 74 - 761 Key Club 74 - 785 FFA 76 A 775 Latin Club 76- 77. susm simorisom .- Gymnastic Tearn 74 - 75, student Council Alt. 74 A 755 French Honor Soc. 74 A 78, Reporter 76 - 772 Dist. Lit. Rally Civics--755 Dist. Lit. .Rally French lf-755 State Lit. Rally French t Exc. 755 For. Lang. Fest. French ll Sup. 765 Dist. Lit. Rally French Ill Sup. 775 Dist. Science Fair 3rd Place 775 LA Girls' State Del. 775 ASH Science Fair 2nd..1Place--77: Natl, Hon..1Soc. Treas. 777 - 785 Scroll Editor 77 - 78. A CAROL SMITH 4- Troyans 74... 775 French CFub.74 A 785 Y-Teens 74 - 78, Treas. 75 A 76, Pres. 76 - 77, Scrapbook 77 - 785 Epic Business Staff 75 A 78, Sec. 76- 77, Asst. Business Manager 77 - '785 Quill and Scroll 77 A 78:.rNatl. lfton. Soc:77 -'785 Student Council Alt. 77 - 78. I I GLORIA--SMITH'ri-M French ciao 74 -'765 4-H1-club 774 - 76.5 For- eign Lang. Fest. 75 - 765 FBLA 77 - 785 Jr. Vols. 77 - 78. TERRY SMITH - Future Voters 74 A 755 Y-Teens 74 - 755 FHA 75 - 78, Vice-Pres. 76, Reporter 77 - 785 Jr. Class Sec. 76 - 775 French Hon. Soc. 76 -5 785 FTA 76 - 78, Pres. 775 Dist. Science Fair 3rd Place 775 Scroll Staff 77 - 785 Student Council Rep. 775 Sr, Class Sec. 77 - 78. LoLA SPEARS 4- mute voters 74 - 755 Ecoiagy 74 - 765 rcs 75 A 76, Library cub sec. 76- 775 FHA 77 - 785 rsA 76-78. MELISSA STELLY - Art Club 76- 78. KATHYSTEWART - Student'Council nepf75 - 76: Band 75 77, Librarian 76 - 775 Jazz Band 76- 775 FMLA 76 - 77, Sec. 76. BARBARA ST. JOHN - Troyans 74 A 755 Y-Teens 74 A 785 Future Vot. 75 A 785 Dance Line 765 Epic Business Staff 76 - 775 FSA 77 - nesaiesronv - Fsrt 76- 73, 5, R TWINDER TANNER - Gymnastic Team 74 A 755 Cheerleader 75 A 76g Jrqvolunteers 75 f 765 Basketbali.Team 76 r 78.. .IEFFERY TENNIE -4 Bolton -- Freshman Football5 ROTC5 Drill Team. 1 K 3 ,t-k. VV.. . 5, STEVEN-THOMASSON--W Chess Club.74- 755 Northwestern Lit. Rally 75 Sup. World Geographyg State Lit. Rally 3rd World Geog- raphy Pi Epsilon Delta 75 A 785 Rap. Parish Foreign Language Fes. Superior 765 Natl..l-lon. Soc. 77 -5785 Quill and Scroll 77 A 78. DEBBIE THRASI-IER -4 FBLA 74 - 785 Band 75 - 76: FMLA 75 - 765 Ecology Club 77 - 785 Future Voteis 77 - 78. ' BILL TISDALE -4 Student Council Rep. 74 - 765 Football 74- 775 Track and Cross Country 74-775 Key Club 75 A 775 FCS 77-78. -,amine rfuivis rcs 75.1 762.-Spiifllsl?-rClUl9 75.5.-.YQ Y-Teens 75 - 765 colop 76 . 785 DECA 76 -78: F Bl-A 76- 78- 5 DEEDRA TREADWELL -- FBLA 77 - 782 FSA77 -,782 NFL77 - ,785 Ti-iespialnS77-7e.Y-Teens77'-7817 liiii A 7 NATHANIEL TROTTIE - Bolton - ROTC 74 - 75 -ASH -- FFA 76-l77gc0ncerich0iri77-78,' A ' ' it ' DENTSE TURNER - Troyans 74 - 765 Epic Bus. Staff 74 - 785 French Club 74 -A 785'Y-Teens'74 .'L' 785"Girls' Glee Club 75 - 765 Concert Choir 75 - 775 Future Voters 765- 775 Girls' State Alt. 76 - 775 FBLA 76- 785 FSA 76 - 785 Natl. Hon. Soc. 77- 785 Scroll 77- 78. r . -- . KATHY TURPlN - Girls' 'Glee Club 74 - 755 Concert Choir 75 - 775 V-Teens 74 - 765 Future Voters 75 - 775 Alexandrians 76 4775 Jr. Varsity Cheerleader 76-77. .KATHlE TYLER 4 alas Club 75 - 765 FHA 75- 765 FMLA 75 - 77: Concert 'Choir 76 - 775 Office Worker 76 - 775 Fut. Vot. 76 - 785 :Scroll77,-78. , . . . . . GEORGE Times 4- aoiiofi - choir 74- 755 Fresh. Football and .Track 74 - 75 -.ASH5 FFA 7615- 775 J.V. Football and Track 76 - 775 Var. Football 76 - 78, Let. 76 - 785 Ecology Club 77 - 785 4-H 1.77 - .785 FMLA 77-- 78.- t - ' -- JACQUELINEFWALLER - Gen, ii, Jr. vol. 76 - 775 FHA 77 L 78. SUSAN WATERS - Swim Team 74 -755 Troyans 74 - 765 Y- iteens 74 - 785 sec. 77 . 78: FHA 767- 785 FSA 77 J- 78. A STEVE WELCH - Choir 74 - 755 Fresh. Football 74 - 755 FTA 74 - 7765 gl.V. Football 755 765 FFA 75 - 78. ' A LORI WELLS - Band 74- 78: Dist,Hon. Band 7,4 - 781 FCS 74 - 785 Rapfparish Honor Band 74 - 785 Drum Maj. 75 - 765 FMLA 75 5- 775,Future Voters 75- 775 Concert Choir 76 - 775 Jazz Band 75- 785 Ecology Club 77 - 785 Y-Teens 77 - 785 Band Chaplain 77 - 78. , .K , , . , V - , V FIOBERTF WELLS - Outstanding Bandsman 74 - 75, 76 - 775 Band 74 - 78: Jazz Band 74 - 785 Rap. Parish Hon. Band 74 - 785 Dist, Solo and Ensemble Fest. 74 - 785 Alexandrians 75 - 77, Treas. 76 - 775 Pi Epsilon Delta 75 - 775 Gen. LA Symphonic Band 75- 785 Dist. ll Hon. Banclg FMLA 75- 78, Pres, 76 - 775 All State Chorus 76- 775 Dist. Hon. Choir 76- 775'Gov. Hon. Band 76 - 775 Outstanding Jazz, Musician 767- 77.: Student Council Rep. 76 - 77, PresQ77 -F785 FCSV76 - 785 Future Voters 76 - 785 Key Club 76 7,-785-Quill and Scroll 76 - -1785 Natl.-Hon, Soc. 77 - 7.85 All State Jazz Ensemble 77 - 785 "Kismet"5 "Mame"5 "The Ghostly Affair at Wuthering Heights." f ' ' H ' ' QP. J-. WENKEL --.Y-Teens-74 --75,-77 - 785 Youth Arc 75 - 765 Key Club Calendar Girl 75 - 76, 77 - 785 Homecoming Queen 76 - 775 R0yalty'Court lst Maid 76 - 775 Spanish Club 76 - 77, Sec. 76 - 775Student Co-Worker 76 - 775 Cheerleader 76 - 78. K DARRELL WQILKERSON -- FCA 74 - 755 Fresh. Football and Track 74 - 755 FCS 75 - 765 J.V. Football 75 - 765 FFA 75 - 78, Area l Livestock Judging 2nd Place 76 - 775 Soc. Studies Fair 76 - 775 Var. Football 76 -V 78, Let. 77 - 785 Var. Track 77 5- 78. RENEE WILKERSON -- Troyans 74 - 765 Student Co-Worker 76 - 78. LINDA WlLLlAMS -- Maiorette 74 - 755 FFA 75 - 765 Y-Teens 75 - 76, 76 - 77, Vice-Pres. 77- 785 French Hon. Soc. 76 - 785 FHA 77 7 765 Key Club Calendar Girl 77 - 78. SEAN WILLIAMS -- Art Club 74 - 755 Band 74 - 765 Swim Team 76- 785 Forensics 77 '- 78. ' MARK WILLIAMSON -- Chess Club 74 - 785 LSU State Rally 75, 4th--Place Gen. B-usinessg District Lit, Rally 75, 7655Rap.' Parish Foreign Lang. Fest. -- Sup. 765 Jazz Band 76 - 785 Natl. Foren- sics' League 76 - 785 'Pi Epsilon Delta 74 - 785 Speech Team 76 - 735595, CiUb.77 -g785,Natl, Hon. Soc. 775- 785 Thespians 77 - 78. HYMANWILSON -- Fresh. Football, Basketball and Track 74 - 755 J.V. Football, Basketball and Track 75 - 765 Varsity Football and Track 77 - 78. l CAROLINE WOODWARD -- Future Voters 74 - 755 Troyans 74 - 775 Tennis Team 74 - 78,'Let.'74 - 785 Art Club 75 - 765 Concert Choir 757- 775 Ensemble l-st. 76 - 785 French Club 76- 775 Girls' State Alt. 76 '- 775 Alexandrians 77- 785 Natl. l-lon. Soc. 77 - 785 Y-Teens 77 - 78. . . TAR! AYN WYRICK -4 Y-Teens 74 - 75, 77 - 785 Dist. and State Rally 755- 775 Spanish Club, Pres. 76 - 775 Basketball Queen 76 - 775 Girls' State Alt. 76 - 775 Key Club Calendar Girl 76- 775 Roy- alty Court 7th Maid 76 - 775 Student Co-Worker 76 - 775 Student Council Rep. 76 - 775 Var. Cheerleader 76 - 785 FSA 76 - 785 Natl. l'lon1'Soc. 77- 785 Royalty Court 3rd Maid 77 - 785 Who's Who Amg. Am. High Sch. Students 77 - 78. WILLIAM ZACHARY A- Ecology Club 74 - 755 "Wonderful Town" 74 - 755 Key Club 74 - 78, Outstanding Soph, Key Clubber 75 - 765 Dist. Con. Del, 76 - 78,iPres. 77- 785 Pi Epsilon Delta 74 - 78, Pub. Relations 75 - 756, Pres. 76 - 775 Dist. Lit. Rally 75 - 775 Future Voters Club 75 - 785 Football and Track Stats 75 - 785 Guidance Worker.76 - 775 LSUA Top Scholars Banquet 76 - 775 Natl. Hon. Soc. 76 - 785 LA Boys' State Del. 76 - 775 Quill and Scroll 76 -.785 Who's Who Amg1'Am. High Sch. Students 76 - 785 Alexandrians 77 - 785 Presidential Classroom 77 - 785 Scroll 77 - '78, Sports Editor 77 - 78. ' p l97 Classes Epic 198 Mgifli ei 2- gX!fY ifQf!Q, M15 5 1, ivffi X 7 '11 Junior Class Officers Kevin Young, Presidenf Michael Hardy, Vice-President Sfarlene Grayson, Secretary Stephanie Frederic, Treasurer Juniors Turn The Bea? Around M Km 1 in M f - , ww , f ,.v,, 5 V I, ,H " 55699 1, 4 V 4? has .,, , 4 .. ,.,, ,, EW ,,, , ,I X , xx, I . ROOSEVELT ADAMS' JOHN ALLEN DEBRA ANDERSON PATRICK ANDERSON SCOTT ANDERSON DONNA ARCENEAUX CAROL ARMSTRONG RONNIE ATES BETTY BAKER SUSAN BAKER JANE BANKS JACK BARFIELD WILLIAM BARNHART STEVE BARNES ' JIMMY BELK , MICHAEL BELL NAOMI BELL DONALD BERLIN FREDERIC BERRY CHRIS BIHM OLIVIA BLACKWELDER IVIELANIE BOOZE ODELL BOWMAN TAMMY BOYD KATHY BRANSTETTER JILL BRANTON BRENDA BRECHTEL DAVID BROOK RICHARD BROOK HANK ADAMS 199 Classes BROOKS LEON BROOKS RAYMOND BROOKS BARBARA BROWN CORA LEE BROWN KATHY BROWN LINDA BROWN MELANIE BROWN PHILLIP BROWN ROBERT BROWN CHARLOTTE BUCKLEY TIMOTHY BURKE WILLIAM BUTLER PAMELA BYOUNE EUGENE CAIN CHRISTOPHER EPIC ZOO CRAIG CAMPO CARL CARLIN BEVERLY CARTER PAM CASEY RANDY CASON VERN CHATMAN BRET CHAUDOIR ROSETTA CHEATHAM ANGELA CHENEY fx., ANNETTE CLAYTON RACHAEL COLE BERNARD COLEMAN JONATHON COLEMAN RONALD COMPTON WAYNE COMPTON GENEVA COUNTEE GENE COUVILUON JAMES COWAN A 201 Classes TRACEY CRITTLE STEVE CROOKS CARL CROSBY KEITH CRUMP KIM CUPPLES PAUL DANIEL ALFRED DAVIS LISA DAVIS IRIS DAVIS SANDRA DAVIS EPIC 202 For What X Room for one WY' Q1 W V I is E EE sg A xx 1: II A B 2:1 S We Com Become! 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SMITH LAURI SMITH MICHAEL SMITH ROBERT SNEAD DENISE SODERBERG NOLA SPEARS DONNA SPENCE ROOSEVELT STAFFORD DANETTE STALNAKER KAREN STEWART MICHAEL ST JULIAN VICKEY SULLIVAN GREG SUMBLER DARRYL SURGENT CAROLYN SWANWICK STEVE SWEAT ANITA TAYLOR SALETTE TENNIE ' 213 Classes STEPHANIE TENNIE WAYNE TERRELL JACQUELINE TEXADA KAREN THOMAS NORM THOMPSDN GEORGE THROCKMORTON TIM TOUCHET KEEVQN TRAHAN LEO TREADWAY MOLLY TYNES DUANE URBINA BRENDA VELEK STEVE BENABLE LARRY WALKER .1 : i , ,E .gg . 55 gl, AlEVVCIYSE SffIEVmQ EPIC 214 WILLIAM WALL CHRIS WALLACE MICHAEL WALTER LARRY WALTON JAMES WEATHERLY GLENDA WEISI-IUHN FREDDIE WEST MICHAEL WHEATLEY CORNELIUS WHITE JIMMY WHITE RHONDA WHITLEY CATHY WILDER CARL WILKISON JERRY WILLIAMS KIM WILLIAMS LEON WILLIAMS LUCY WILLIAMS LISA WILSON CHRISTY WOIKE DIANNE WORD CONNIE WOVERIS ANDRE YOUNG KEVIN YOUNG RICHARD YOUNG 215 Classes EPIC 216 SOphom0feClGSS Officers John Gilley, Presid6m' Sieve VEC?-F5re5 sicfie fjT Susan Robinson,Secretury KimPhiI'lips, Trg3c1isu ifefV 1 ' '11 x I 5 cm SQPIIQITIOYG I mv-1' , 1 ,5 . 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I , RI vi A15 , ff - txwr' H5 :L RODERICK ALLISGN MARTIN ALEXANDER RUSSELL ANDERSON SANDRA ANDERSON SUSAN ARNIAND SHARI ATKINSON V RONNIE AYMOND STEVEBAILEY-I f SUSAN BAMBURG, NEIL BARI-IAIVI MIKE BARNETT ALLISON BARTON YUKO BAUDOIN 'I PATRICIA BAYONNE RONNIE BEARD CHARLES BEAUREGARD I RICKY BECK I TRACY BEECH 'CHRIS BELUNO ' GLYNNBELVINO TOMMYBENJAMINI I SCOTT BERQERON MACK BERRY BILLY BLAKES CLAY BLAISDELL KIM BLEDSOE I LATOKEY BOBB LISA BOHART MIKE BOND ALAN BONNETTE I 217 -Classes NHCHAEL BOOZE RENE BORDELON JODY BOUDREAUX LAURIE BOUDREAUX RUBY BOWMAN PATR!CK BOYKINS STEVE BRANDOW CHALONG BREIMEL LYD!A BRISTER BEAU BROCK FRANCES BROOKS MAURA BROOKS DIANA BROUSSARD HOLLY BROWN TERRSE Boom EPIC 218 NW Q, 2 Q, as 5 an ini? ,,,V e ,EM , ,, Q , 4 vga? ,.a.Q Mya 22 F .p 4 Dreaming of Tomorrow ,A - ,ku-.J ' :-.IW ffm f ' 55,1 "fn In I5 x 'W is ,sf ft-mln ,H A .Af ' up I i X Dreams do come true. MIKE BROWN PATRICIA BROWN WILLIAM BROWN DANNY BURNS ANGIE BURROUGHS MARK BUSHNELL ALAN BYRD ALEXANDER BYRD THOMAS CARNAHAN MICHEAL CARPENTER KAYE CARSON JOHN CARTER LINDA CARTER SARAH CARTER JANA BROWN 219 Classes KAREN CASON JOSEPH CAZES SHERI CEDARS RONNEE CHANEY JEANNQE CHAPMAN ANDREA CHASE AUDREY CHENEVERT MICHEAL CHENEY ANITA CLARK MIKE CLOUD JAMIE CLOWERS KAREN COCKERHAM TOXIE COCKELL RANDY COLE EPIC 220 ELIZABETH COLEMAN DAVID COWHAR GEORGE CRAIG SHERI CRANE BRENDA CROUCH KEVIN DALEY DANNY DAMICO DOUGLAS DAMA EDWIN DANA JENNIFER DAVID KEVIN DAVIDSON KIM DAVIS SHELIA DAVIS CYNTHIA DEZENDORF 221. Classes DAVID DEZENDORF JANET DORSEY RAY DOUGLAS JENNEA DOUSAY DEBBIE DOWNEY .IANICE DUGGAN TINA DUKE CHRISTINA DUPUY BRENDA DURISON KATIE EDWARDS LESLIE EDWARDS TOM EDWARDS DENNIS ELLIOTT RICHARD ELLIOTT TRENCY ELLIOTT DANNY ELLIS TEOLA ELLIS DAVID EVANS JERRY EVANS BRUCE FAIRBANKS WALTER FARMER DEBORAH FILIPI BECKY FISHER GREG FLYNN TERRY FORMAN CHARLES FOSTER TROY FOSTER TERESA FOWLK ES JULIA FREDERICK RALPH FUNK EPIC 222 Sharing Is ca Port ,,-,, ,qu 1 I . f . I ,, I. Q I Pm ,fu T 1 '-'89 ' TP ,M , gi,- ,-L K , . LTL f J W I A "ff"'3V 'TCI' . of Soph Life I I- .J W ,E - I :WWI Kiel? 2' I I , I X Sf." Y 335. ,, ,, JAMES GALLION CHARLOTTE GATLIN JAMIE GAUTHIER JERALINE GAUTHIER SHERRI GEER JENNIFER GERAMI JULIE GERMANY EILEEN GIBBS JOHN GILLEY RONNIE GIORDANO LARRY GIVENS DONALD GOFF BRENDA GOLLIHER DANNY GOOD TINA GRAFTON MIKE GRANT PATRICIA GREEN DAVID GREGORY 223 CIasses JANET GREIVIILLION KENNY GRENIILLION DAVID GRIFFITH GREG GRINIAUD WES GUILLOT KAREN HAASE DONNA HAIR DONNA HALE DAVID HALLER DAVID HAMIVIONS SYLVIA HARDY PAM HARRELL FRANCIS HARRIS PATRICIA HARRIS THERESA HARRIS ANITA HARWELL DEBRA HAYES CAROLYN HAYWOOD EPIC 224 to Live , Q Q V l' I If 51,56 :H . V1 I A 'j ug vim" 32 M 1" I I J! ' i 1 ,J In A 2 34 V' , " 2 Ili I I ii Q I I ALAN HENRY SAUNDRA HENRY JEFF HERNDON MICHIEL HERRINGTON MARGIE HILL MIRANDA HILL MARILYN HILLMAN RON HINKLEY PAM HINKSTON DEIRDRE HODGES GINGER HOLLOWAY KIMBLE HONORE MONICA HONORE ELNORA HOWARD LEE HOWZE LOIS HUMPHREY' ANN HUMPHRIES CHARLES HUMPHRIES JAMES HUNTER DIANE HURTS PAUL HUTCHESON LINDA JACKSON MICHAEL JAMES JOSHUA JEFFERSON JENNIFER JENNINGS CAROLYN JOHNSON CHARLOTTE JOHNSON DARRELL JOHNSON DEBRA JOHNSON ROBERT HENDRICKS 225 Ciasses KENNETH JOHNSON KYLE JOHNSON RICKY JOHNSON SANDRA JOHNSON TAMMY JOHNSON MICHAEL JONES VENITA JONES PATRICK JORDAN BERVIN JOSHUA SUSAN KERRY PHIL KICHLER RHONDA KILPATRICK MARK KIMBALL JOY KINARD EMC 226 Sophomores X y X, 'FSL if elv- L 'fi c ig. xi v Kids wiJI be kids. Q53-1 JOHN KING BENNY KIRK KATHY KIRK DAVID KNIGHT CYNTHIA KOBER STEPHEN KOHARA STEPHEN LACEY WILLIAM LACKEY MISSY LACHNEY BILL LACOUR PHILLIP LACOUR DARLA LAMARTINIERE GLYNN LAMB CHARLES LANDRY COLLEEN LANGSTCN KAREN LATHAM MARK LEE JOEL KING 227 Classes PHYLLIS LEHMAN KEVIN LEMOINE SI-IERI LEWIS TAMMY LIBERTO DAVID LIGGINS SUZY LITTLE HELEN LOEFFLER KISSIAH LOGAN JOHNNY LONDON JOE LONG KELLEY MCGOWEN WILLIAM MCKNIGI-IT BELINDA MCNEAL DOUGLAS MCNEAL MYRTLE MCNEAL JANET MCSPADDEN SALLY MADDOX MICHEAI. MADIGAN EVELYN MADISON STEVE MANGEL CHRIS MARIEN DOTY MARKLEY YVETTE MARLER VICKI MARTIN KEITH MAY KEITH MILAM RAYMOND MILLER SUSAN MILLER TERESA MILLWATEFI LOUANN MCGAUGH EPIC 228 . H-an ..-v"" A Dream Is 0 Wash QE. . gk-f-,gf I I E I wx-. 's I X , Q. I . A WE 'Vx 5 M I E I I G I :,1 I I K W, "" win K . A Q W I G , N ..... , Q K , ,, N . f -- ,:--- ff 'W fi I en g I L, ' III Qi Ps,,, wif QQ ANDRIA MILTON m VREGINALD MITCHELL M ,SHARON MITCHELL 'THELMA MONK M DEBORAH MOORE '- TRACY MU RPHY 229 Classes CAROLE MYERS NATALIE NASH WANDA NASH RICHARD NASSIF GUY NAVARRO JACKIE NEAL CINEY NECK CLIFTON NEWTON DANNY NORMAN CHERYL NUCKOLS DAVID OGLE STEPHANIE OLDS KATHY OLIVER TERRY OSTEN LESLIE OWREY EPIC 230 Sophomores 5215. M :li Wayf MN Ei . :sf If .2 I as . . NN 033351 Please dOn't5 Dad will murder me. MARK PASNTER JEFF PANTOJA LAURA PARKER SHERRY PARSONS DONNIE PAYE A KEVIN PATTON TOM PAYNE ABHINAND PEDDADA FREDRICK PERRY Bossa-1 PETERSON GREG PHARIS KIM PHILUPS CAROLYN PINTO JAMIE PIZANIE MELISSA PLAQSANCE 231 Classes HENRIETTA POCHE CYNTHIA POLLARD KEVIN POPE BRENDA PRESSLEY MARVIN PRICE LISA QUEEN BRIDGET RABALAIS DENISE RACHEL JONATHAN RAX GREG REAM JAMIE REDING SCOTT REED JIMMY REED MICHAEL REED DREMA REEVE RANDALL REICH JOHN REID TRACY RHODES LISA RICH LISA RICHARD JACKIE RIDGEWAY KATHY RING MICHELLE ROBBINS DAVID ROBERTS ANN ROBINSON LINDA ROBINSON SUSAN ROBINSON DEBRA RODGERS JOLYNN RUSSO THERESA SADLER f -.Bm EPIC 232 Aim No Maybe O C f J 3 1? 9 ra I JANE SANDEL STEVE SAN DKAUT NANCY SCHETTLER JAMES SCHNEIDER ROBERT SCI-IOEPT TED SCOTT WILLIAM SCOTT SHEILA SEISS ROBERT SETTLES CHARLES SEWELL JOHN SHARP KELLY SHARP GREGORY SHERMAN MARKAY SHERRILL JOHNATHAN SHORTER CHARLES SHONE ANDRE SKYES ABBY SMITH JACKIE SMITH JAN SMITH LISA SMITH THOMAS SMITH JERRY SPENCER SHIRLEY STAFFORD ROBERT STANLEY LARRY STEWARD MARGO ST JULIAN MATTIE STORY WINNETTA SUMLER I LUTISHA SHORTER 233 Classes SCHARON SWIFT DEE TALLEY GENA TASSIN CAROL TAYLOR TENA TAYLOR SHERRY THOMAS SHELTA THOMAS SANDRA THRASH JEROME TREADWAY GILBERT TREVINO JEFFERY TROTTIE LAUREL TUNEBERG TROYCE TUKEBERG RICKEY TURNER EVETE SWEEZER EPIC 234 We AreSe-niors I A ' QQFWWN' Qf! . "--up - . Mamiy a Lflwibgig 0 - l my A by In I agua, P-in ' l fl n f fill' .1 ' kavzf' ' ' " ' , :', f . A 'ffffwf-1'T,: : .rt-:SZEEQE , .333 isggmyfn 'vital Q ,ml , gigs' E an .E E Fx f L fr vt? '1- VJQ Q3 . i t 5 .Q 'I-,Ei .QQ y. . .Q-pa r vs ' ' - sq! 5. E ,iffsiqn 3 ,gf Q' -, :Q Q Y I 742 A' N- ZLA Qi Q z, I Q -K. ' , LW -.Q A 9. 11, , ex. .,.,.,f', L . .ak . , ,,,, -A..,.Q..- L! Ama, WL. -ew , . .L V T . '. ,"-.-- 5' ,- . 3- --w,a:w.'. ,A ,SQ .s..,.,,-1 , ,. ,.,... T, 1' CTE: 5 i.,l??1a?1' ' - ir- ' f- -A :sm V31 L ,sg Z '41-'2,Yx Q - 3, ffwwi e ' ,2 X3 ' Jun Eff? Q? 4 . Q-tak if O H E qwzrdg sg, . . V, ,Q V .A 1 kj if-.lk qg'.f'1 M -. gk.:- . ., 1 fn ' I, T 1 f fig, Jr 5 Q T A 5 ,634 Rs I ,Q 1 'lrlwtsr A' ' as Q Q -it I W 3 i S , Sophomore Spirit, 1 Eg T Q., f. . ,XX 1 -- Q-is w 2 9 W 'KEY' ' h "O MERRICK TURPIN ROSIE VALDEZ STEPHANIE VANDERLICK JAMES VAUGHN GERALD VEAL TER RY VILLEMARETTE MARY ANN WALDING ANITA WALKER JERRY WALKER SANDRA WALKER DIANE WALLER CHARLOTTE WALTON ANNA WARDSWORTH BECKY WEAVER DERALD WEBER DAVID WESLEY DAN WHATLEY MARY WHISENHUNT CINDY WHITE PAULA WHITE SUSAN WIGGINS AARON WILLIAMS JESSE WILLIAMS ROBBY WILLIAMSON JERRY WILSON ROGER WILT RONALD WOOD PATRICIA WOODS VICKI WORD KRIS WORLEY 235 CIasseS K ' fiijrif EPIC 236 Freshman ClassOfficers Debbie Fowler, Presideraf Cherie Hair, Vlce-President Sandy Williams, Secretary Tracy Haase, Treasurer DEBBIE ADAMS KERRY ALLEN DONALD ALSBROOKS ART ANDERSON AUBREY ANDERSON PAT ANGEL I MIKE ANTEE Y CRISTINA ARAIZA PAT ARCENEAUX JANE ARMSTRONG LAURIE ASPER D G ATWOOD JENNIFER BAGGETT MELINDA BARMORE RANDY BARNETT JEFF BARRETT CHENITA BASS KRIS BATSON PEGGY BECK WESLEY BELL CURTIS BENNETT GINGER BENSON KEITH BERLIN TRACY BERLIN JOE BERRY LORENA BOLEN JOHN BONDS TYRA BGNNETTE KELLY BOOTH KIRK BORDELON myhy 237 ,hh, Classes SHERRY BORDELON GENNISE BORELL ANTHONY BOROWSKI DANNY BOURGEOIS CONNIE BOWIE CUFTON BRANCH SANDY BRANDT RANDAL BRELAND USA BRANSTETTER CHARLES BRISTER DIANE BROOKS LINDA BROOKS ROBIN BROOKS MIKE BROUSSARD ANTHONY BROWN ANUONETTE BROWN JOANN BROWN KEN BROWN EPSC 238 Moments to 'Asa nam K au.,,,. fm xv A .fy N 'uv Election hustie -1: 1 X fl Remember W X Q, . LQ, '42 I t fi Lf, I 52395 Q, 4' 4 , '4 ' Nc va ,fl 5 M 44 .L,fcil'C:: 'yi ef if KEVIN BROWN MINDY BROWN STEVE BRUMFIELD ESTHER BRUYNINCKX BRIAN BUCKLEY KENNETH BURNS FREDDIE BYRD DARRELL CAMPBELL VlCKi CAMPO CARY CARMOUCHE CHYRISSE CARTER VuT E ,I Q Q A Uwe. Hmg VA M- fn " fie NHCHEAL CARTER , ' A PATRICK CARTER i JACKIE CEDARS CHRlS CHANDLER BRENDA CHARK KAREN CHENEY 'FCANDICE CHENEY ' 239 Classes TONY CI-IILDERS GREG CLARK TIM CLOUATRE CATHY COBB NORMAN COCO MELVIN CODY TRACY COLBERT ANGELA COLE SUSAN COLE JOHN CONNELLA THERESA CONNELLA KAR LA COOPER TRACY CORLEY SOPHIA COWARD ALEXANDER CLAYTON KEN COOPER LEAH COUVILLION JEFF CRAIG MILDRED CRAMER CHRISTIAN CREED GRADY CROSS ANITA CRUIKSHANK KELLY CUPPLES STEVE DALEY JACKIE DANIELS MICHEAL DAVIS EUGENE DEAL EDNA DEARBORN LARRY DEGRIE DINA DESELLE Freshmen Take Lsfe 'e'N.Af W ,.,I LH ' WV' ergpmifisili -, as -, , gil 6,27 2 L. I I X' -if X .1 I I , E If A Y K lf' 6, W av xw I -f Q . If K EPIC 240 One Step of 0 Time 'Du ,- B' ,K A 3' I SImonO,says,"Take th,reeIQiantsteps." ,, - I g W,,.W 5 , X V E fm If? If 'ml ff . , ,li -agp, ROBERT DEWITT LIZ DION DEBORAH DIXON LINDA DODSON JOHN DRUMMOND VICKI DUCOTE BRUCE DUNAWAY WILLIAM DUNCAN JAMES DUNHAM MARK DUNHAM ALISIA DUNLAP HARRY DUPUY SUSAN DUPUY BRENDA DURHAM FLOYD EBARE PRESTON EBARE TAMMY ECKLE KEITH EDWARDS FELICIA ELLIS JOANNA FALLIN A MAXIE ELLIS ' 241 CIasses PAUL FAUST MARGARET FERGUSON YOLANDA FIELDS FRITZI FINE FRAN FINNEY MARK FORD MELISSA FORD RODNEY FOREST TAMMY FOREST KERRY FOSTER DEBBIE FOWLER SARA FRAZIER DAVID FUNDERBURK JOHNNY GAINES LESLIE GALLIGAN RONALD GALLION VICKI GARON JOAN GASPAR STANLEY GASTON CLIFFORD GATLIN DARREN GEYSTAND EPIC 242 Freshmen Shine in il 'vi' If':::r ILI, Qi -5 . g X---x IIIA, - ,X . " 4 L I' Kelly Booth doesn't wait for a rainy day, Any Kind of Weather f' ww we :Ja Wu E ff w has fn W Y I. ' 'Y 2'-Q ,aww 3, l , fe " f ix' 'ITB' Q., -Mi F 1 WmuI..,ff I ... - 1. Q BERNADETTE GIACO BRIDGETTE GIACO ELIZABETH GILBERT MISSY GILCHRIST PRESTON GILCHRIST DONNY GOOD WALTER GOODMAN KELLY GORUM LANCE GOSS LESLIE GRAHAM JANICE GREEN JEROME GREEN LISA GREEN WILLIAM GREGORY MARGARET GREMILLION WESLEY GRIFFIN TRACY HAASE CHERIE HAIR THERESA HALE MARTHA HAMBLET JERRY HARDY TERRY HARDY JOHN HARRELL JAMIE HART MARK HART ANTHONY HARRIS MARK HART KAY HATCH TED HATHORN DAVID GREEN 243 Classes PATSY HAYWAFID DENA HARHELL JIMMY HERNDON DANNY HICKSON JANICE HILL JIMIVIIE HILL IVIIRANDA HILL I-IARLAN HINKSTON SIEGRID HITCHCOCK TONI HOLIFIELD MICHEAL HOLMES SHEFIIE HONOFIE LAUFIELL HOOKS WILLIAM HOUSTON JACOUELINE HOWARD PAM HYNSON TOM IRWIN KENNETH ISFIEAL CYNTHIA JACKSON DEBRA JACKSON SANDRA JEANISE MICHEAL JENNESS SUSAN JESTEFI NANCY JETER VICKI JOB CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON DARLINE JOHNSON DEBROAH JOHNSON JOSEPH JOHNSON VIVIAN JACKSON EPIC 244 HGn9inQiHThefe MICHAEL JOHNSON MILTON JOHNSON mug 4- ROSEMARY JOHNSON M -:,,,. .,, v 1 'Un STEPHEN JOHNSON Chris WANDA JOHNSON DEBRA JONES JANSCE JONES LONNIE JONES ,wr-f ""x MARCUX JONES PAM JORDAN DENNIS JOSHUA ELIZABETH KADLEC CYNTHIA KAY YULANDA JOHNSON 245 Classes Spirit IRENE KELLY GEORGE KELSO v E PHIL KIDD 'X Freshmen Keep the spirit up! KINI KINIBLE CYNII-IIA KING GERALD KING if KAREN KING MARILYN KING f AAA- ' 2 ' , L' I I'-'Aw 4 I. I ff A gil. MQ is, A' Eu I n K H., QLK, 1' ' A I - H I .:'?i4-qs, DAVID KINSEY ' ,A ' CRRISKIRKLAND - R "I ff F4 ,Q RICHARD KISS N I If Q:-OP! PAM KLEIN A -A J' NIGNA KNIGHT A A . hu, . i Zi f 1 3, ..., 'A I " k i n L L I 1 WAI' I ,A R- A ' I " L 4.. IEANETTELAMRERT I -,Y 'ER ' A f J 1 I X If as-'m s Hb DONNA LACOIVIBE MICHAEL LECEY MATTHEW LACOUR SHARON LAFARGUE EPIC 246 Abounds JENNIFER LAMBERT PAM LAMBERT BARBARA LAMELI. CATHY LANGSTON ANNE LASSEIGNE ANGELA LAWRENCE CHAD LEAVINES JUDY LEBLANC EARNEST LEE MARVIN LEONARD MARTIN LEWIS LEE LINTON MARCIA LOCKWOOD MELVIN LOWE BRIAN LUNAN TERRI MABRY EUGENE MACK NIICI-IEAI. MADDER RENEE MANZER PATRICIA MARBS JOSEPHINE MARZETT LISA MARIEN PAMELA MASSON ROSE MATHEWS KIM MATTSON KEITH MAVIN DONNA MAXEY BRENT MAY LISA MAY SHIRLEY MCCANN 247, Classes TI-IERESA MCCARTY RICHARD MCCAULEY DOROTHY MCDOWELL MARK MCGRAW CLARENCE MCHANEY HAL MCKINNEY CHERYL MCNEAL SUSIE MCNUTT LARRY MCOUARN PERRY MCQUARN MECHALL KIRK SHELLI MEDLIN PATRICIA MELDER MARY MESSINA JESSIE MICHAEL DIANE MICHIELS WENDELL MICKEES SHERRY MCCARTNEY EPIC 248 Are Around '41 ,fs-.. 55 V' R. ,. wa ,. 55 M 5, I 1 .3 5 ., MQ. ,. ,V I 9354. - gf ' e w,6g5zi' p , "I, 1 .47 ff' ,X I J!! d ,- l SUSAN MIDDLETON CHUCK MILLER PATTY MILLER JANICE MINOR TRUDI MITCHELL JACK MOORE .IANICE MOORE JOHN MOORE AVONDA MOREI-IEAD JOE MOREHEAD LAURA MOSBY LANCE MOTT MADISON MU LKEY CONNIE MURRY KAREN NACHMAN CHRIS NASSIF DONNA NEWTON YVETTE NEWTON SHAY NICHOLS PHILLIP ORITZ JIMMY PARIS JOHNNY PARKER LORI PARSONS DAVID PATE RANDY PATE DAVID PAUL ROBERT PAYNE KENNETH PEARSON DEREK PEET SUSIE PENISTON h V 249 Classes SHERI PERKINS RHONDA PETERSON AERICA PHILLIPS PRACILLA PHILLIPS MARY PIERCE JANELLE PIERSON BECKY PINSON DANNA PLUMBER DAENA PONCEROFF SCOTT POTTER LAURA POWELL CHERYL PRATS ELIZABETH PRICE THOMAS PRICE MARK OUEEN ROBERT RABALAIS KATHY RACHAL WES PENNY EPIC 250 Come True wf X M mmm., L. As. dreams th I 'WK . fi n'-3, I., ,v' .I ,,,,, ww-L " 2.9 . B ,Q 35,542 and H40 NITA RACHAL MICHAEL RAX CLINT RAYMES COLETHA REED DAVID REED WILBERT REED GREG REED CHRIS REEVE BETH REMEL REN EE REYNOLDS LYNN RICHARD THERESA RILES JOHN ROBAIR MOREAS ROBERSON SHARON ROBERSON JERRY ROBERT EDDIE ROBERTS O DAVID RAY 251 Classes We're Where J 9, Qgafag 032952 H ra .A , f .I 7 Ky 75 -31 wo' A 1 -'QNX .Mini EDDIE ROBERTS JAMES ROBINSON KENNY ROBINSON PAIGE FIOCKHOLD STEVEN FIOCKHOLD BOBBY ROGENNIOSEB GARY RONTHAL SHEILA BOOKS RICHARD ROSCOE LEESHA FIOSEMEYER EPIC 252 David Green gains yards against Menard. ks ,,-E zz, ' ,fx W1 I 6 jx A E f X II' - eg' 1 QE ! -fi 1. W A If Z I J. 2' LV'-I The Action ls rw f.,. Q ,A LARRY ROSENTHAL ALAN ROTHERMEL JAMES ROUSE NOEL RUSK ROXANN RYAN STEVE SAlZAN CLARK SALAZAR WILLIAM SALVESEN JACK SANDERS TRACEY SCHERY , V uv A 5.21, s ' ,L 'A I ,ws , .. ' A . ,. f , . ' 'A 5 - lf, 'Aff' "EWR " ' " ,K H V- ,, ., ' ,i Jig: V. A A , . -U : 4 A ,-:fp ' L nl. 'f' - . w - , f ,.gf,, ' -- gi. , , ,iw ,. rn, 5 ., W A ,f A "" "' f ,. Buddy Texada kicks off to Menard. 253 Ciasses DORIS SCOTT DARREN SCOTT YOLAN DA SCOTT TOM SCRIVEN LARRY SEWELL MICHAEL SEWELL JULIA SHEPARD CARMELLA SHERMAN CASSANDRA SHERMAN LEONARD SHINHOSTER SUZETTE SHORT EDMOND SHORTER GLORIA SILAS FRED SIMON DARYL SIMONETTI KEVIN SIMPSON JAMES SLAUGHTER DEBBIE SMITH EPIC 254 f!f N. Combining Post ond Present 'XE I, iv ...I I 'urns-Q ,, f T !L......f.....J! fin? ,, J, if A ,I R in 'VIA-519' :asm It seems Iik Tin c1Very SpecioI , JEANINE SMITH JEFFREY SMITH I -1 , JEFFREYC. SMITH -I . f JULIUS SMITH ff 4 an " . 4 4 dv-Wow N- N f " , x ,X I M ..,, I, r PAULA SMITH SOLOMON SMITH TINA SMITH PAM SODERBERG ,N JAMES SONDEL PATRICIA SPARKS QI, THAYER SPENCER RONNIE STAFFORD Z2 , ' I , CARMEN ST AMANT Q f 4' STEWART RANDALL .fi Si .L ,J A xv' TERESA STINSON 'mf' A PAM STOKES BECKY STRAZZA KAREN STREBECK 255 Classes TERRI STRETCH Cl-IERRYL STULL TONY SULLIVAN MATTHEW SURGENT RENEE SURGENT PENNY SWIMS YVONNE TANNER BILLY TAYLOR ESTHER TAYLOR GEORGE TAYLOR DWIGHT TENNIE DARYL TERRY JAMES TEXADA RICKY TEXADA RODNEY TEXADA JOHN THERIOT PAULA THIELS BILL THOMAS GREG THOMPSON TIMMY THOMPSON LINDA THRASH MICHEAL STYLES EPIC 256 Higher Goczls 2' , ,M ,V 3 25 f stand down there! 11' 1531 ' -45,1 NL, V' , Q , ' N frggm I N , If X? MARIE TICHELI LINDA TITMUS JOHN TORBETT BOB TOWNSON LIZ TUCKER BRETT TURNER DANETTE URBINA CONNIE VANDERWATER DELORES VAUGHN DIANE VAUGHN KATHY VAUGHN STACEY VAUGHN JENNIE VEAL STACEY VEDDER DEBBIE VENABLE NATHANIEL VERL SARITA VICKERS JERRY VILLEMARETTE GARY VINCENT RODERICK VINCENT DAVID VODA MELODY THRASH 257 Classes VICKI VOLGER STEVE VORISE CAROL WADE DAFIRYL WALKER RAYNAL WALKER CYNTHIA WALLACE DONNA WALLACE CAROL WALTON MICHAEL WARDEN TANGELA WASHINGTON THADDEUS WASHINGTON SUSAN WATSON ARINITHA WHEATLEY GARY WHITE EPIC 258 Freshmen Are ...E l,,gw""' 3 ml 1, I wr .:.1 I I I There are bright things In the future for Terri Mabry. Lookmg Aheod is just around the corner. I f lR'I"YJT1J'D I MYFIA WHITE RICHARD WHITE TEMPI WHITE LISA WIGGINS DONALD WILLINSON JAMES WILKINSON FREDERICK WILLIAMS INEZ WILLIAMS SANDY WILLIAMS SAMUEL WILLIAMS THEFIESA WILLIAMS ROBERT WILLOUGHBY KIM WILSON MELVIN WINN WANDA WINN LISA WOLFE KAREN WOODING DEAN WORRELL RON WOFIRELL CALVIN ZEISS JOYCE WOODS 259 Classes 1 EPiC 260 E P I C S T ,A F F 1978 Epic Business Staff EPIC 262 Mrs. Cazes, Sponsor Mimi Nichols, Business Manager .xx Carol Smith, Assistant Manager ABOVE: Front Row: Carol Smith, Cathy Rogers, Denise Turner, Mimi Nichols, Brenda Brechtel, Allison Miller, Suzanne McKay. 2nd Row: Mark Lafargue, Janet McSpadden, Debbie Gutweiler, Cheri Lafl- eur, Rita Hendricks, Meichelle Myers, Dan- ette Stalnaker, Linda Graalman, Rick Fowler. 263 EPIC Top Solesmen Q gi ai ,af EPIC 264 ff ll, r Rita Hendricks Suzanne MCKBY Cathy Rogers and Brenda Brechtel Boosfing The Budget ' 1 Ricky Fowler and Mark Lafargue - , . Q new ,,. W ' gn I Y Linda Graalman and Denise Turner Cheri Lafleur and Kathy Fling 265 EPIC EDlTOFllAL STAFF Edator m Chref Assoccate Edutor Advosor Photographer Photographer Photographer Photographer Photographer Copy Edutor Copy Editor Features Edutor Features Edltor Assoc Features Ed Orgamzatuons Editor Orgamzatlons Editor Assoc Assoc Sports Assoc Assoc Assoc Organxzatnons Ed Orgamzatlons Ed Editor Sports Ed Sports Ed Sports Ed Faculty Editor Assoc Faculty Ed Sernor Class Ed Sensor Class Ed Assoc Senxor Class Ed Jumor Class Ed Assoc Jumor Class Ed Sophomore Class Ed Sophomore Class Ed Freshman Class Ed Assoc Freshman Class Ed Assoc Freshman Class Ed Index Editor index Edttor Cover Deslgn EPIC 266 Gxnger Graham Sandra Fomby Mrs Patrlcta Cyphert Clay Dearman Robert Greenberg Ron Hnnkley Fred Stmon Bully Murphy Hope Norman Julie Slmon Joanne Dxefenderter Sharm Lee Leslle Graham Patty Hall Mary Kay Sampson lna Mullhouse Mary Hathoun Davnd Brook Robert Greenberg Dwlght Gllley Keith Crump Rita Hinkley Cathy Madigan Ranelle Handles Suzanne Lafleur Bud McBrude Karyn Gray Holly Brown Paula Whnte Karen Haase Chrssty Wooke Patrncsa Sparks Mossy Grlchnst Patncla Sparks Mrssy Gllchrrst Ball LeBlanc EPIC Editorial Stuff Flnta Hunkley and Cathy Madugan Karyn Gray 14 s wwe . 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Tradition I i I .- ,A V ,EV -vw. ah, t ,.., fx" z1,,?1f'grf-Z4 f55"5Ti"fr L f Lf t2wf.2Ef,4 sii 4 tif, 1 A J Q -4fg 'q'5i1'iiQ. 1 V 4 J s s if I ' if it A 6. -5 s i 1:- . . .A- "1-V - ' ,, w 1 2 , N. .. .9-t ..i....r-vw Q-J ,ifgefii 'f , , 5 I lk-.Q K V ,L , i Qi "fx Suzanne Lafieur, Bud McBride and Ranelie Randles ' Q , 'I Q i .-'-V f V- M, 2 W... 4 V 31591 i i Karen Haase and Paula White Patricia Sparks, Christy Woike and Missy Gilchrist 267 EPIC R If 'i Dwight Giiley, David Brook, Kieth Crump, Robert Greenburg EPIC 268 4' Robert Greenburg, Clay Dearman, Fred Simon, Ron Hinkley Shari Lee, Joanie Diefenderfer, and Leslie Graham ii-in Julie Simon and Hope Norman Mary Kay Simpson and Patty Hill Ina Millhouse and Mary Hathorn 269 EPIC A5 Samlw 9 EPIC 270 ,,...,.. 3. fycfafofz-Ln I lf plied 55,01 We of the 1978 EPIC Staff have tried to construct, with images and words, a vision of Alexandria Senior High as part of a larger body -the state of Louisiana. ln slow beauty and unique flavor, in warmth and varied color, Louisiana is as much a state of mind as of the nation, It has been home to us, it's been a growing-up place, educating us in attitudes and personality, as well as in academics. Now, as it becomes a taking-off place, we give it to you to here in EPIC 1978, in w t 1 f , 'K ,Xxx ,...., -1 4., M ,V , 42 ixfgmgimr N, -,f W 4 , Q ,gf E , 4 4 271 EPIC Ads . . . Les Advertissments . . . Anuncios . . . Ads Les Advertissm s Adverfissments . . . Anuncios . . . Ads . . . Les Advertissments . . issmenfs . . . Anuncios . . . Ads . . . Les Advertissments . . . Anun s 'os Ads Les Advertissments Anuncios ...Anuncl .. 5 nuncios . . . s . . . Ads . ds . . . Les s . . . Les A es Advertissm X tissmenfs . . . 1 s . . . Anunci nuncios . . . Q 5 s...Ads. S ds...Les s...LesA f es Advertissm Q1 Ads...Les I s Advertissme V1 issments . . . A s . . . Anunci nuncios 3 A s es Les Ad es Advertissm tissments Anunca nuncuos s...d.. A ds...L s... Q s... ' s...d.. ds...Les Advertissments...Anuncios...Ads...Les Adv: A s s . . . Les Advertissments . . . Anuncios . . . Ads . . . Les Advertiss es Advertissments . . . Anuncios . . . Ads . . . Les Adverfissmenfs . Ads . . . Les Advertissments . . . 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Owens Co-Chairman of Speech Activities - lVlark Gallagher, Bridget Rabalais Vice Chairman for Planning - Viki Martin Secretary - Leslie Graham Sergeant of Arms - Mark Williamson Q7 ' f cmxf xuf 4811 GARDNER HIGHWAY 4 Comp! t f TURRENTINE INSURANCE MacA is rthur Dr EII QBASKIN-ROBBINS IEE BHEAM IIESSERI A QS 5 3 'M Coke dwg-mf. . 4,-qmzwzwww GRAND MAW'S f ri HOUSE ALEXANDRIA , LA. gg TURRENTINE CO., INC. York Air Conditioning Heating - PIurnbing MacArthur Drive Phone: 44513657 Alexandria, LA yawn Your rnairriugc will In- pvr'fcc'tI3' symIJoIizccI I IJyyOllI'IIILlICI1IlUl Keepsake wcchling Imnds. IVIZVCIW FIIQITI Into Lila' flaring your own ,lvwvlry Store... AMERICAN FINANCE . D A O Ikgrmlg CIENMFEIILD IOISIFNIQZSEY cilexondrio mol! ALEXANDRIA 13181442-1735 3605 Jackson Street PHONE: 445-1491 18 convenient Louisiana 3322 Monroe St. - Alexandria, La, 71301 IOCZIIOVIS to Serve YOU' ALEXANDRIA EQUIPMENT SALES, INC. P.O. Box 7856 2208 N. MacArthur Drive Owners Alexandria, Louisiana 71301 J,HiBarl'ian'1 and C, J. Myers A:l O . ! s A 2 Snellinglnelling Null! I Llfgut U-pinymunt Servlet U 3646 Government St., Alexandria, LA 71301 C3183 445-3611 Edgar C. Hathorn I-IATHORN TRANSFER 81 STORAGE CO. 620 Elliott St. Alexandria, Louisiana Day Phone 445-1411 Nite Phone 443-1381 Agent lor North American Van Lines CII-IEVFICJLET CTCDUIIXIC. 1 1800 LEE STREET 0 ALEXANDFIIA, LA. 71301 HILL- HARRIS UNUSUAL GIFTS Lee at 13th St. KINDER PAINT CO. HUFFMAN EURO MOTORS AIVIC - Jeep, Mazda Fiat, Laucia, Volvo 1517 Kelly Street 445-8685 Alexandria 'Distributor of Devoe Paint" "The Little Cheaper Dealer." ..m,,,,,,,,,.. ..a. ,ttf .' f f l t 'W -L . at 1' QSM, o. J. "MAC" McKAY 'Q ol Agent 1 Q, Sears, Roebuck 84 Co, Bldg. OOUH QS 3401 Masonic Drive, Alexandria, La 71301 Bus, 318 443-2616 I Hes. 318 442-7346 Registered Representative, Allstate Enterprises Management Co. Kfmsqx ' lfffis t:zmalQ.,A me f tsm, Mnvm 9. aouou :P fi Agent 4 Q, Sears, Roebuck and Co. Bldg. 00 HS 3401 Mlsonic Drive, Alexandria, LA 71301 09 Bus. 443-25:5 - R... 4e1-1222 Registered Representative, Allstate Enterprises Management Co. vnu 513 4-Gi. Q05 T950 WARREN W. STEADHAN , , Agent 4 Q, Sears, Roebuck and Co. Bldg. 0170K 9,3 3401 Masonlc Drive, Alexandria, LA 71301 Bua.4-13-2616 - Res. 443-8551 Reglstered Representative, Allxtate Enterprises Management Co- Your Men From ALLSTATE tn U. noon ft ay D I it E ERRoLc,DonsEv 'r,, ALU19 Agent 3401 Masonic Dr., Sears Bldg., Alexandria, LA 71301 Bus. 443-2616 0 F1es.445-0012 Fiegrstered Representative, Allstate Enterprises Management Co 5 1 gg abou Q' 4, ' v 5 5 snnron Prince 'L AM' "N nut' Agent 3401 Masonic Dr., Sears Bldg., Alexandna, LA 71301 Bus, 443-2616 - F1es.445-OO12 Registered Representative, Allstate Enterprrses Management Co. JIQWLZQ I I v 'X -x I II I ,I slx llx WI II IJ l,I .I' I I I l Gollege CompIimen+s of OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS SONIC DRIVE-IN 57 MacAr+I1ur Drive AIexandrna,Lounsiana 71301 , Miiujae ns ' muon Rmcs ' II JIl If u ., 'F' . d w WALKER-ROEM ER DAIRIES Home of Golden Guernsey Miik Alexandriaiake CharIesfJermmgs GRAHAM AGENCY, INC Wwffm 3626 LEE ST ALEXANDRIA LOUTSIANA 71301 445 0248 SCOTT TRUCK I AND TRACTOR - 3003 NlaQArth r D e Alexandr a Lou 5 ana QC Line amine clwoxsxe -' 63' le ff-LS beau present C . de La VTC 0 0 Q ' R mf Ig 3 F7 T C Cf T' --,MI ,Q ff T ., T M' VTX. X T 1 Q ,fl Al Mb k X ' if w , W- XSS X x 'ff' X . .. -.X---0.,, -N 3 , -, T iT..E,.,, .5X.ggt'x-' -. g-1, X S T sl Q , -l T ' fl ,TW . 1' Kg, ' -. T, - f ' ,I . ,, -- , ---gf, 1 C f f 0 R f IN -1 ' f f Kf " - ' ' 4', -L J, ff! , ,CX -M M , J ,f ff Xi , 2I,,,2.l,4V ICQ, Cefclg Ffangaii T nous or me HW' 0' W' CHI' S W Fw 999, M .2000 A I P At ii ro Q Aix fy h . dl , ' Q glial, 115, -,- l n1L..,Li eva:-fam: . .9 AND TV ALEXAND AND IA ' :ms JOM 'M Jumor Bozaor FOR YOUNG Mm X W ron vouua woucn SHOP A'I SEARS ANU SAVE Salisfafison Guaranteed cr Your Monry Brick SOUTHWOOD MINI-STORAGE "WE STORE MOST ANYTHING" U STORE IT U LOCK IY U TAKE YNE KEY ,f Reasonable Rates ,f Personal Storage Lockers if On Site Management ,ff Convenient Location 3812 Sterkx Road Alexandria 448-1602 J8iS DRAPERIES Interior Decorating JONES flirt' ffqiupfiiwil CI: Phone 487-4537 Post Office Box 1392 Alexandria, Louisiana 71301 3108 Jackson Street FREE PARKING i263 MacArthur Drive Corner Square Across From 'rhe Baplisl' Building Dial 44C-OINS Open Monday-Salurday 9 am 'ro 5 pm 442-8829 5917 Jackson St. Jim and Salome Smith Alexandria La. 71301 We Buy and Sell Gold and Silver Coins! Howard R. Moore Owner Your Class Ring is aWINNER. Ba1fOur SAM BEJACH 81 ROSS RIVET -IHWELRYS Fl NEST CRA F'I'SMl'.N Compliments of SECURITY ls+ NATIONAL BANK Central Louisiana's Only National Bank Alexandria - Pineville Member Member of of Federal Reserve Federal Deposit System Insurance Corporation G...r.suK.J9 INSURANCE AND BONDS P. O. Drawer 7678 1821 NlacArtl'iur Drive Phone: 443-4552 Alexandria, Louisiana 4 5 Kill std L V PHONE 443-6365 5731 JACKSON ST. EXT. LUIVIBEFI A Complete Service for All Your Residential and Commercial Needs 487-8586 Contractors Welcome ' Paneling ' Hardware ' Roofing - Paint 'Siding etc. MARTIN BUILDING MATERIALS 1170 Pineville Expressway F'OFlESTS' Roy C. Martin Industries Forest Farms ............,...... Growing Forests -- Serving America Starting Our 3rd Century Providing Fuel for I-lomes. . .Factories. . . Farms. X X Ng C xi N I ' We furnish top quality Southern Hardwoods, Cypress and Southern Pine Forests. .X .XX 1' ff! I f . X IWW! XNXXWI "i III "S I Xp V vs I Ygfg i X XX VJ X' WN 1 ,aug My X I tg Complimenfs of HUFFMAN MCJTCDR CO. GOOD LUCK TROJANS Compliments of LOUISIANA INDUSTRIES iunegywf 1 DOWNS FURNITURE CCD. Wes gh App Iances IVI " -Iv , 'vw V2-16 uw 4555? ffm 5' G wav FSA Future Secretaries of America L 299 Ads J6Mil RELIABLE FINANCE COMPANY OF ALEXANDRIA, INC. Ac ross Street From Main Post Office 532 Murray Street Alexandria, Louisiana 4 N. Bolton Ave. BUDDlE'S Owner W DRIVEINN Joe Lohman,Jr. Phone: 448-9013 HANCOCK FABRICS Your One Stop Sewing Center Dress and Evening Fabric - Drapery Fabrics Open Mon Fri , 9 A NI - 7 PM Sat. 9 ANI - 5:30 PM IVI cArthur Dr., Alexandr a 1600 IVIil tary Hwy., P nev ll BARNEY Residential Phone: 445-1092 Ouamv Homes W.H. HODGES 81 COMPANY. INC. Livestock Auction Sale Every Wednesday 3500 Lower Third Alexandria, Louisiana 71301 LA TETE BARBER SHOP CENLA AUTO PARTS "Everything Automotive" Alexandria, Louisiana NORTH CIRCLE AUTO SALVAGE 1313 Enterprise Road I 1.1iw-1tw-Rvvm-:-v:.'a4-'me-as Iifraeazvzmme-:.f:-:f:f.sf-ew Stay on top of it all L Q. 1' o I TONY FIIZZO - Manager I-lot Lunch Served Daily RED KETTLE GRILL C. HUGH TARVER, JR. 81 ASSOC., INC. 6612 Nlasonia Drive Phone: 445-1461 or 445-4123 The estern .fu 3 3 'fits Mac,AFTl-IDE? pn ALEXANDPIA LouisiANA 713015- SIMMS 2828 Jackson FLowER SHOP mel Phone: 445-6236 RICK BERLIN PLUMBING CO. Specializing in Repairs 445-3918 FIRESIDE TEXACO 1905 IVlacArthur Drive Smiling Service ls Our Best Product QIIQKATUISIY Sian Rozanski s T A N Clfg I BUY AN EPIC! FRED TARVER, AGENT STATE FARM INSURANCE 1005TexasAve. Alexandria, Louisiana 71301 There s More to See on Cable T.V. ALPINE CABLEVISION TONY'S APPLIANCE CENTER INC 1060 MacArthur Drive Telephone 442-0200 442-8871 'il I Il f' QTISLJFQS GU LF SQ Qyi CQ SMART SHOP Southgate Mall h Compliments Carl w. Koehler Nlr. and Nlrs. Bill Stalnaker A Friend Sarah's Beauty Shop "The Late Great Wang Fu" Jessie F. Owens Sandy Ewing - Aquatic Pools Tape City U.S.A. Nlary and Scott Mike Tassin Mediator Education Bob Ryder A Friend EPIC 304 2. Mrs. Ccnzes' Classes 9: gf? iff H R Mrs. AIIen's Classes 305 Ad STAFF Allen, John - 144 Allen, Thelma - 142 Andrews, Claude - 63, 156 Arlt, Jerre - 67, 68, 156 Ashley, Bobby - 1 1 1, 149 Barham, Nancy - 94, 149 Belvin, John - 162 Bishop, William - 105, ' 112, 115 Boren, Catherine - 149 Brady, Stephen - 146 Brown, Sara - 159 Butcher, Diane - 142 Calvert, Linda - 160 Carbary, Lorraine - 82, 94, 152 Carey, Joyce - 142 Carruth, Linda - 149 Cazes, Josephine - 146, 262 Chataigner, Gene - 92, 150 Cleveland, Nancy - 81, 94, 125, 152 Cockrell, John - 149 Coldiron, Beth - 163 Coleman, Dorothy - 161 Coleman, Lucinda - 163 Cooper, Earl - 141 Cooper, J. C. - 66 Cooper, J. L. - 162 Cooper, Joan - 160 Cyphert, Patricia - 154, 270 Davis, Elmer - 162 Deville, Marian - 150 Edermeyer, Jermall - 163 Elmore, Gwendolyn - 142 Fairchild, William - 162 Fillete, Elizabeth - 157 Flournoy, Susan - 149 Franklin, Fred - 115, 121 FQrd, Quincy -- 146 Fountaine, Theodore - 143 Gauthier, Linda - 144 Gingras, Nancy - 161 Golmon, Richard - 133, 152 Griffin, Dorothy - 162 Harris, Cheryl - 142 Hemingway, Helen - 142 Hixson, Diane - 154 Hobdy, Brenda - 149 Howard, Beverly - 158 Jackson, Jesse - 77, 143 King, Emily - 163 , ' -AAL 4 Lambert, Judy - 147 Landers, Urma - 163 Lee, Anne - 72, 150 Lemott, Louise - 155 Lymberis, Lorena - 43 McGee, Louis - 155 Miller, Myriel - 143 Monk, Ola - 160 Moore, Dorothy - 160 Moreau, Joseph - 58, 1 1 1, 135, 158 EPIC 306 ft , a 4A HV+ im ,469 Mott, Sue - 151 Murphy, Glen - 105, 1 12, 153 Navarro, Guy - 86, 154 Nelson, Rachell - 151 Owens, Jesse - 61, 155 O'Quinn, Ruth - 143 Parker, Peggy - 157 Pecanty, Carolyn - 94, 151 Predom, Carrie - 162 Raymond, Kelly - 162 Reed, Nina - 163 Reighney, Mary - 87, 94, 154 Riche, Andrine - 163 Robertson, Patsy - 159 Rossier, Sasser, Richard - 141 Self, Ralph - 160 Sexton, Donald - 160 Shaffer, Dorothy - 84, 143 Shelton, Betty - 163 Simon, Charles - 147 . Smith, Robert - 151 Smith, Virgina - 159 Sparks, Alice - 79, 94, 153 Spurger, Ginger - 159 Stoker, Dena - 143 Stoker, J. L. - 105 Swartz, Judith - 145 Thevenote, Marleen - 75, 156 Thomas, Felix - 158 Timothy, Philip - 145 Turner, Mazelle - 151 Ussery, Jimmie - 159 Vanderhoat, Irene -- 163 Verhayden, Julia - 163 Vidrine, David - 151 Visconte, Arthur - 147 Vorise, Steve - 162 Waites, Wardsworth, Mary - 88, 147 Warner, Bernell - 163 Watson, Janet - 147 Weaver, Billy - 145 Williams, Dorothy - 83, 153 Williams, Joann - 159 Wright, Rachal -- 163 NDIYIDUALS Adams, Cheryl - 169 Adams, Debbie - 125, 237 Adams, Hank - 99 Adams, Roosevelt- 199 Alexander, James - 169 Alexander, Martin - 1 12, 122, 217 Allen, John - 92, 199 Allen, Kerry - 237 Allison, Roderick - 217 Alsbrooks, Donald - 1 1 1, 237 Anderson, Art - 1 1 1, 237 Anderson, Aubrey - 1 1 1, 237 Anderson, Debra - 199 Anderson, Patrick - 199 Anderson, Russell - 217 Anderson, Sandra - 217 Anderson, Scott- 199 Anding, Jeff - 58, 84, 88, 169 Angel, Pat- 237 Antee, Mike - 237 Antee, Paula - 89, 97, 169 Araiza, Cristina -- 60, 71, ' 237 Arceneaux, Donna - 199 Arceneaux, Michael - 169 Arceneaux, Pat- 92, 237 Armand, Susan - 78, 87, 99, 101, 217 Armstrong, Bessie - 169 Armstrong, Carol - 199 Armstrong, Jane - 237 Asper, Laurie - 237 Ates, Ronnie - 199 Atkinson, Shari - 96, 99 Atwood, D. G. - 96, 237 Aymond, Ronnie - 92, 217 HB.. Baggestt, Jennifer - Bailey, Steve - 67, 69, 217 Baker, Betty - 88, 199 Baker, Cynthia - 59, 87, 89, 169 Baker, Susan - 56, 76, 77, 88, 100, 199 Baldwin, Kenneth - 169 Bamburg, Susan - 57, 82, 94, 99, 100, 217 Bands, John - 92 Banks, Jane - 67, 70, 199 Barlield, Jack - 199 Barham, Neil - 63, 94, 217 Barmore, Melinda - 56, 57, 94, 133 Barnes, Karen - 86, 169 Barnes, Steve - 63, 199 Barnhart, William - 199 Barnett, Mike - 1 12, 217 Barnett, Randy - 56, 1 1 1, 237 Barton, Alison - 81, 86, 96, 101, 217 Bass, Chenita - 95, 237 Batson, Kris - 237 Baudoin, Yuko - 86, 217 Bayonne, Patricia - 217 Beard, Ronnie - 58, 86, 217 Beauregard, Charles - 122, 217 Beck, Paug-7 58, 63, 84, 169, 237 'K Beck, Peggy - Beck, Ricky - 63, 64, 217 Beech, Tracy - 92, 217 Bell, David - 169 Bell, Michael - 106 Bell, Naomi - 199 Bell, Wesley - 237 Bellino, Chris - 93, 217 Belk, Jimmy - 105, 199 Belvin, Debra - 169 Belvinn, Glynn - 217 Benjamin, Tommy - 217 Bennett, Curtis - 71, 237 Benson, Ginger - 57, 67, 71, 86, 94,237 Bergeron, Scott - 92, 217 Berlin, Donald - 56, 86, 199 Berlin, Keith - 237 Berlin, Tracy - 237 Berry, Frederic - 63, 64, 199 Berry, Joe - 63, 237 Berry, Mack - 1 12, 217 Bertheaud, Sid - 29, 56, 57, 94, 98, 99, 169 Bihm, Chris - 92, 199 Blakes, Billy - 217 Blackwelder, Oliva - 199 Blaisdell, Clay - 92, 112, 217 Bledsoe, Kim - 57, 60, 86, 217 Bledsoe, Susan - 86, 169 Bobb, Latokey - 56, 66, 67, 68, 217 Bohart, Kim - 43, 72, 170 Bohart, Lisa - 75, 217 Bolen, Lorena - 237 Bolen, Nancy - 170 Bond, Mike - 217 Bonds, John - 237 Bonnette, Alan - 217 Bonnette, Kent - 63 Bonnette, Tyra - 57, 94, 99, 101, 237 Booth, Kelly - 75, 81, 93, 237 , Booth, Terrie - 218 Booze, Melanie - 199 Booze, Michael - 63, 217 Bordelon, Cynthia - 89, 97, 170 Bordelon, Kirk - 237 Bordelon, Rene - 218 Bordelon, Sherry - 71, 238 Borell, Gennise - 238 Borowski, Anthony - 1 1 1, 238 -- Boss, Marilyn - 59, 87, 170 Boudreaux, Jody - 56, 218 Boudreaux, Laurie - 67, 70, 218 Boudreaux, Lisa - 67 Bourgeois, Danny - 238 Bowie, Connie - 238 Bowman, Evelyn - 170 Bowman, Odell - 122, 199 Bowman, Ruth - 218 BQLCL Timm! fQ4 ,sw Boyd, Tammy - 97, 199 Boykins, Patrick - 218 Branch, Clifton - 238 Brandow, Steve - 68, 69, 90,105, 216, 218 Brandt, Charlotte - 89 Brandt, Sandy - 100, 238 Branstetter, Kathy - 199 Branstetter, Lisa - 238 Branton, Jill- 87, 89, 90, 99, 101, 199 Brechtel, Brenda - 57, 86, 88, 94, 96, 99, 101, 199, 263, 264 Breimel, Chalong - 135, 218 Breland, Scot - 63, 238 Brister, Charles - 92, 93, 238 Brister, Lydia - 93, 218 Brock, Beau - 56, 94, 1 12 21 8 ' Brook, David - 58, 76, 86, 106, 199, 268 Brook, Richard - 199 Brooks, Christopher - 200 Brooks, Diane - 238 Brooks, Frances - 218 Brooks, Leon - 200 Brooks, Linda Brooks, Maura - 87, 218 Brooks, Raymond - 133, 200 Brooks, Richard - 63 Brooks, Robin - 238 Broussard, Diana - 218 Broussard, Mike - 111, 238 Broussard, Tanye - 56, 170 Brown, Anthony - 238 Brown, Ationette - 238 Brown, Barbara - 200 Brown, Cora Lee - 87, 95, 200 Brown, Cynthia - 89 Brown, Gerald - 170 Brown, Holly - 86, 218 , Brown, Jana - 99, 101, 219 Brown, Joann - 238 Brown, Kathy - 200 Brown, Ken - 94, 238 Brown, Kevin - 66, 86, 94, 239 Brown, Linda - 100, 200 Brown, Marion - 57, 74, 91, 99, 170 Brown, Melanie - 200 Brown, Mike - 92, 219 Brown, Mindy - 239 Brown, Patricia - 219 Brown, Philip - 200 Brown, Robert - 200 Brown, Williams - 219 Brumfield, Steve - 239 Butler, William - 200 Byoune, Pamela - 90, 94, 96, 99, 200 Byrd, Alan - 92, 219 I Bryd, Alexander - 219 Byrd, Debbie - 89, 95, 97, 101, 170 Byrd, Feddie - 115, 117, 122, 239 HC.. Cain, Gregory - 171 Calvit, Brad - 171 Campo, Craig - 201 Campbell, Darrell - 111, 239 Campo. Vicki - 81, 86, 239 Carey, Susan -- 89 ' Carlin, Carl - 201 Carlin, Paul -- 171 Carlino, Bobby - 171 Carmouche, Cary - 239 Carnahan, Thomas- 219 Carpenter, Michael - 63, 219 Carson, Kaye - 219 Carter, Beverly - 59, 91, 201 Carter, Chyrisse - 81, 86, 94, 99, 101,239 Carter, James - 171 Carter, John - 219 Carter Lawrence - 117 Carter Carter f Linda - 100,217 Margaret- 171 Carter, Micheal - 239 Carter, Patrick - 239 Carter, Sarah - 219 Carter, Wendy - 171 Casey, Pam - 65,101, 201 Cason, Karen - 96, 220 Cason, Randy - 58, 92, 97, 201 Cazes. Joesph - 220 Cedars, Jackie - 239 Cedars, Sheri - 220 Chandler, Chris - 56, 57, 81, 101, 239 Chaney, Ronnie - 220 Chapman, Jeannie - 78, Childers, Tony - 240 Clark, Anita - 63, 66, 90, 96, 220 Clark, Greg - 63, 67, 240 Clark, Jeffery - 63, 64, 67 68, 172 Clayton, Alexander - 240 Clayton, Annette - 57, 63, 64, 67, 86. 88. 101, 201 Clayton, Melanie -- 172 Clouatre, Tim - 11 1, 240 Cloud, Mike - 92, 93, 220 Cloud, Sammy - 28, 58, 106, 107, 172 Clowers, Chris - 76, 77, 84, 87, 88, 172 Clowers, Jamie - 56, 72, 86, 101,220 Cobb, Cathy - 240 Cockerham, Karen - 75, 86, 220 Cocrell, Toxie - 63, 220 Coco, Norman - 240 Cody, Melva - 89, 172, 51 Cody, Melvin - 1 1 1, 240 Colbert, Tracey - 240 Cole, Angela - 71, 240 Cole, Rachael - 94, 201 Cole, Randy - 220 Cole, Rodney - 63 Cole, Susan - 240 Coleman, Bernard- 201 Coleman, Elizabeth - 221 Coleman, Jonathan - 201 Compton, Ronald - 201 Compton, Wayne - 201 Connella, John - 240 Connella, Theresa - 75, 240 Conrad, Randall - 92,' 135 Conrad, Robert - 89 ' Conrad, Robin - 172 Cooper, Karla - 101,240 Cooper, Ken - 240 Cooter, David - 64, 67 Corley, Don - 27, 40, 58, 72, 87, 90, 99, 100, 172 Corley, Tracy - 81, 93, 99, 100, 240 Cooter, David - 63 95, 96, 220 Chapman, Joyce - 75, 84, 95, 99, 171 Chark, Brenda - 239 Countee, Geneva 91, 201 Couvillion, Brian - 172 Couvillion, Leah - 81, 240 - 59, 90, Crouch, Brenda - 67, 70, 221 Cruikshank, Anita - 240 Crump, Keith - 56, 58, 129. 202, 268 Cudd, Leslie - 42, 63, 64, 67, 84, 87, 173 Cupples, Kelly - 81, 101, 240 Cupples, Kim - 72, 83, 89, 91,99,100,101, 202 Curry, Maxine - 173 Daley, Kevin - 92, 221 Daley, Steve - 129, 240 Damico, Danny - 221 Douglas, Dana -- 221 Dana, Edwin - 221 Daniels, Paul - 90, 99, 202 Daniels, Jackie - 240 David, Jennifer - 75, 86, 221 Davidson, Kevin - 221 Davis, Alfred - 202 Davis, lris - 59, 90, 91, 202 Davis, Kim -- 86,101, 221 Davis, Lisa - 65, 67, 69, 96, 101,202 Davis, Michael - 240 Davis, Sandra - 89, 202 Davis, Shelia - 221 Davis, Wayne - 203 Deal, Eugene - 111, 240 Deal, Shirley - 203 Dearbone, Mathew - 68, 69 Dearman -- 31, 76, 84, 88, 98, 168, 173, 273 Dearborn, Edna - 240 Debevec, Billy - 87, 106, 203 Degrie, Larry f 240 Dempsey, Bobby - 112, 203 Dengel, Dennis - 77, 84, 98, 173 Deselle, Dina - 240 DeWitt, Larry - 203 DeWitt, Robert - 63, 241 Dezendorf, Cynthia - 221 Dezendorf, David - 63, 88, 222 Diefenderfer, Joanie - 58, 83, 101,203,268 jLum f 239 Bruyninckx, Fay - 95 Bryant, Jeff - 63, 76, 94, 170 - Buckley, Brian - 92, 239 Buckley, Charlotte - 100, 200 Burke, Timothy - 72, 200, 87, 98 Burnaman, Tim - 63, 64, 67, 170 Burns, Danny - 219 Burns, Kenneth - 239 Burroughs, Angie - 219 Burroughs, Katherine - 170 Bushnell, Mark - 219 Chark, Katherine - 172 Chark, Wandaz- 172 C Chase, Andrea - 74, 82, 99,100,101, 220 Chase, Scott - 58, 87, 99, 115,117,119,12O,171 Chatman, Vern - 86, 135, 201 Chaudoir, Bert - 201 4 921 201' ii Couvillion, Gene , Cowan, James - 92, 93, 100, 106, 201 Cowhar, David - 221 Coward, Sophia - 240 Craig, George - 1 12, 221 Craig, Jeff- 111, 240 Cramer, Mildred - 240 Chaya, Gay - 172 Cheatham, Rosetta - 201 Chenevert, Audrey - 220 Cheney, Angela - 201 Cheney, Candice - 239 Cheney, Karen -- 95, 239 Cheney, Micheal - 220 Chesser, David - 92, 172 Crane, Sheri - 221 Creed, Christian - 56, 57, 1 1 1, 240 Crittle, Tracey - 95, 202 Crooks, Steve - 202 Crosby, Carl - 57, 67, 68, 69, 94. 202 Cross, Grady - 240 Dion, Liz - 241 Disman, Teresa - 173 Dixon, Deborah - 241 Dodson, Dawn - 173 Dodson, Linda - 241 Donahue, Cheryl - 59, 67, 68, 69, 76, 77, 90, 91, 173 Dorsey, Gwen - 203 Dorsey, Janet -- 222 . Douglas, Connie - 56, 58, 97, '101, 203 Douglas, Ray - 56, 92, 129, 222 Douglas, Thomas 307 Index 173 ' " l llrlrrsny Je-nrrr .r 82, 99, 101 22? lkrwm-y, lJebtm- 65, 222 Downey, Jerrnrlt-r 65, 67 203 I 1KlW11S Hn-.fthe-r 90, 94, 99, 100, 173 lbraughorr, Handy 203 Drunrrnond, John 241 Durote, Connrr- ' 203 'Duc ote, lannette 203 Ilut ole, Vrr kr 241 Duggan, Janrr 4- 90, 96, 222 Duggan, Keellr 69, 88. 124.126, 127,203 Dugger, Vrctor 203 Duke, 88. Duke, Stephanre , 56, 57, 97, 99. 101, 173 Trna -- 39. 57, 222 Dunaway, Bruce --W 241 Duncan, Wrllram 241 Dunham, James A 241 Dunham, Jay v 87, 94, 115 1 121 . 16, , 122,203 Dunham, Mark 57.66, 68. 71, 88. 94, 99, 241 Dunlap, Alrsra 241 Dunlap, Flanee 4 71 Dunn, Julre - 89, 95, 100, 101, 203 Du Pu y, Chrrstrna V- 101. 222 DuPu DuPu y, Harry A - 241 y, Susan 241 Durham, Brenda - 241 Durrson. Brenda - 222 Easte r. Alan - 68, 69 Earnest, Janet -- 203 Ebare, Floyd - 241 Ebare, Preston - 69, 241 Ebare, Stephanre - 67, 69, 173 lckel, Tammy -- 56, 241 Edwards, Katre - 222 Edwards, Kerth - 241 Edwards, Leslre - 93, 101. 222 kdwards, Nancy , 74.94, 100, 101, 203 Edwards, Tom 88. 222 E1re,Al1reda -- 203 EIIIOI, Ellr01t Ellr01t Ellrott EIIIOI1 f11l011 Beth -- 68, 89 ,Dennrs 1- 66, 222 , Donna - 173 .Eluabem 4 173 , Rrchard -- f 222 , Trency -f 63, 222 Ellrs, Alrce - 203 Ellrs, Cathy -- 89 Ellrs, Danny - 222 Lllrs, Drane 0- 90, 91, 203 Ellrs, Felrcra - 241 Ellrs, Maxre -- 92,241 Ellrs, Steve - 106. 203 Ellrs, fndsl Teola - 222 ey, Mark - 203 Evans, Davrd ----- 222 , 1 vans, Jerry ---W 222 EPIC. 308 1 . . . Fa1rbarrks,Brucv 92, 9.3, 222 Farrbanks Danny 92. 114 Farr: loth, lam-ll 87, 101 174 Falcon, Mrkr- 20.3 Fallrn, Joanna 81, 101 241 Farmer, Walter 222 Faust, Paul 242 Feazell, Donald 1 74 Feazell, Wrlllam 203 Ferguson, Margaret 24? Ferry, Susan 95, 204 Frelds, Debbre sf 174 Frelds, Yolanda 71, 242 Frles, Derek - 204 Frlrpr, Deborah V- 222 1rllette,Pam 65, 67, 69, 95. 101. 204 l-rne,Frrt1r - 81, 242 Frnney, Fran f 242 Frsher, Becky 96, 222 Frsher, Brlly 204 Frsher, Tammy 204 Flynn, Greg 92. 222 Flynn, Kathy 204 Flynn, Paul 93, 204 Fomby, Sandra - 58, 76. 81,83.97, 101,174,278 Ford, Jett, 1 92, 174 Ford, Mark 111,242 Ford, Melrssa f 81, 86. 101,242 Ford, Randy 67,204 Forest, Glen -- 92.93, 174 Forest, Paul --- 92,93 Forest, Rodney ---- 93, 242 Forest, Tammy 93, 95, 242 E Forman, Terry --- 100, 222 Foster, Charles 222 Foster, Donald - 92. 93, 204 Foster, Kerry - 56, 242 Foster, Tray A 222 Fowler, Debbre 57. 60. 81. 86, 99, 101. 236. 242 Fowler, Rrtk 58, 60, 61. 75. 99. 204. 263. 265 Fowlkes, Teresa -- 60, 61. 83. 96, 99, 101,222 Franklrn, Mable - 86.99. 174 ' Franklrn, Oneal 204 Frazrer, Paula 82, 84, 88, 99, 205 Frazrer, Sara 242 Frazrer, Shrrley - 63,205 Fredenc, Stephanre 21. 37, 45. 56, 58, 59. 74, 78. 87, 99, 101, 198, 205 Frederrck, Charles - 205 Frederick, Julra -- 63,222 Freeman, Aleta - 59,205 Freeman, Natalre 174 Frrday, Becky -- 74, 101, 205 Frrtl. Dana - 96,101,205 Frrll. Donald 20, 411, 41, 54,57,106,110,174 lunderburk, Davrd 242 funk. Halph 15, 222 Funk, Myra 205 G harm-s Duane 112 Games, Johnny 242 Gallagher. Mark 60. 61. 1 74 liallrgan, loslrv 71, 101, 242 Gallron, James 135, 223 Gallron. Ronald 111, 242 Gammage. Phyllrs 4 87,89 Garmon, Lrnda 205 Garon, Vrr kr 1- 81, 240 Gaspar, Cathy 86, 89, 99, 205 Gaspar. Joan 86, 242 Gaspard, Chrrs V 92. 205 Gaston, Stanley 4 242 Gatlrn. Charlotte 68. 69. 94, 126. 223 Gatlrn, Clrltord 242 Gauthrer, Dwayne - 75, 97, 205 Gauthrer, Jamre -- 223 Gauthrer, Jeralrne 4- 223 Gauthrer, Steve - 96, 205 Geer, Sherrr -- 223 Geramr, Janet W 68, 69, 101, 174 Geramr,Jennr1er - 96, 101, 223 Germany, Julre -- 223 Geystand, Darren 242 Graco, Bernadette - 243 I Graco, Brrdgette -- 243 Graco, Mary -- 89, 95, 96. 100, 205 Grbbs, Erleen 7- 56, 223 Grbbs, Jess -4 92, 174 Grlbert, Elrzabeth -'-- 243 Grlchrrst, Mrssy -- 81, 101, 243.267 Grlchrrst, Preston 92, 243 Grlchrrst, Randy 106. 108, 174 Grlley, Dwrght 58. 205. 268 Grlley, John - 56, 92, 216. 223 . Grordane, Ronnrr- f 64, 1 12, 223 Grrtley, Roger 92, 174 Grvens, Larry 115,223 Gladney. Darryl 205 Glankler, leslre 75.87, 106, 205 Gott, Donald 223 Gollrher, Brenda 96, 223 Good, Danny H- 68, 69, 112, 223 Good, Donnre 243 Goodman, Trrn 111 Goodman,Walter -4 243 ' Goodwrn, Brll 106, 174 Gorum, Kelly - 243 Goss. Brlly 4 97, 106,205 Goss, Lange 71, 111,243 Gowen, Jerr 81, 89. 205 Graalrnan,lrnda - 57, 76, 77, 84, 86, 88, 99, 101. 174, 263, 265 Grafton, Thomas 174 Grafton, Trna 1- 223 Graham, Grnger -- 25. 32, 39, 46, 47, 58, 76, 81, 83, 84, 86, 97, 174, 271 Graham, leslre A 56, 60, 61,81, 101,243,268 Grant, Charlotte 175 Grant, Donna 72, 175 Grant, Mike -- 93. 223 Gray, Karyn f-- 76, 77, 86, 101. 205, 266 Grayson, Starlene 72, 83. 101, 198, 205 Green, Alexander -- 175 Green. Davrd - 44, 56, 11, 243 Green, Janrce -- 243 Green, Jerome - 243 Green, Lrsa 243 Green, Patrrc.ra - 223 Greenberg, Robert -rf 56, 58. 76. 98. 99, 206. 268 Gregory, Davrd -- 87, 92, 223 Gregory, Wrllram - 92,243 Gremrllron, Janet -- 100, 224 Gremrllron, Kenny -- 92, 223 Gremrllron, Margaret - 57. 86, 94,243 Gremrllron, Stephanre - 75, 175 Grrltrn, Wesley V- 243 Grrffrth, Davrd -f- 68, 69, 224 Grrmad, Greg 'H 98, 99,224 Grrmaud, Davrd --- 77, 98. 175 Gurllory, June ff 175 Gurllot, Wes - 92,224 Gurnn, Trna -V 87, 89, 101, 175 Gutwerler, Debbre -- 76, 101, 206. 263 NH.. Haase, Debbre - 23. 38. 41, 75, 78, 99,101,175 Haase. Karen -.-- 78, 224, 267 Haase, Paul 56, 57, 86, 92, 99. 106. 135, 206 Haase. Tracy - 57, 81, 86, 99. 101,236,243 I-larr, Cherre -- 81.86, 88, 99. 101, 236,243 Harr, Donna 4-4 38, 101, 224 Harse, Steve -- 42, 175 Hale, Donna -- 100, 224 Hale, Theresa --- 71, 243 Haller, Davrd 58, 87, 92, 1 12, 224 Haller, Jack - 58, 92, 115, 116,117,118,120,121. 175 Hallrburton, Sandy 175 Hamblet, Jeffery 1 75 Hamblet, Martha 243 Hammods, Rn hard 1 76 Hammons, David 86, 224 Hanley. Catruna 1 75 Hardy. Deborah 84, 176 Hardy, Jerry 243 Hardy, Muke - 66, 106, 115,122.198.206 Hardy. Sylvia 56. 86, 224 Hardy, lerry 63, 243 Harrell, Allen --- 176 Harrell, Dena --- 81, 87,243 Harrell, Jenny - 89, 95. 101, 176 Harrell, John -- 243 Harrell, Pam -- 224 Harris, Anthony -V 243 Harris, Delores - 95, 206 Harrus,Francus - 224 Harris, Kelly --- 74, 99, 101, 176 Harris, Patrucua -- 95, 224 Harrus, Theresa - 224 Harrod, Debbie 94. 176 Harrod, Robert 87 --- 27, 83. ---V 58. 61. Hart. Jamie --- 243 Hart, Mark ---- 111,243 Hartley, Carlos - 111 ltarwell, Anita - 224 Hataway, Darryl - 92 Haston, Tommy -- 206 Hatch, Kay - 243 Hathorn, Mary - V- 76, 86, 99, 101, 133, 206, 269 Hathorn, Ted -V- 243 Hayes, Debra - 224 Haywood. Carolyn 2714 Hayward, Jerrue -- V 176 Hayward, Pam -- 176 Hayward, Patsy V 244 Hayes, Debra Hazard, Davrd 176 Habert, Jean --- 70 Henderson, Linda -- 206 Hendricks, Ruta - 56, 75, 97, 99. 206, 263, 264 Hendricks, Robert 225 Hendricks, Stewart - 60, 92 Henry, Alan 225 Henry, Blake 92, 112 Henry, Saundra 91, 100, Hillman Jell 177 Hillman, Marulyru 96 101 225 Hullmarr Paul 41,57 f1,' 1 77 Hinkley, Ruta 86 99 1111 206, 260 1lunkley,Rour 57 'JR 99 225. 268 Hunkstoru Harlan 244 Hunkston Pam 225 Hunruchs, E.luzabeth - - 206 Hunkston, Herman -- 177 Hunkston, Harlan - 63 Hunkston, Pam Hunrucks, Russel V 177 Hutchcock,Suegnd - 244 Huxson, Jeanne Huxson, Joanne 63, 64, 206 Hodges, Deurdre V V 225 Hoellinger, Bryant Hoffpauur, Jesse --- 87, 206 Holulield, Toni - 244 Hollinger, Bryant - 177 Holloway, Ginger 225 Holmes, Michael - 244 Holmes, Pattu -V 67, 68, 74 177 Holmes, Tum - 106 Honroo, Keith - - 122, 206 Honroe, Kumble -- 6? 60- 225 l-loruroe, Monica V 2115 Honrne, Sherue 7-14 Hooks, Lauiuu-ui 244 Howard 131111181106 244 Howrv lee - 225 Howard, Micheal 206 ltultman, Jeff Humphry, Lloyd - 69,206 Humphrey, lots V 225 Humphreys. Carter 87, 96. 206 Humphries, Ann V- 72, 82, 99,100,101, 225 Humphries, Charles -- 225 Hunt, Scott - 58, 135, 188, 206 Hunt, Susan 90, 206 Hunter, Charles 106, 109, 1 77 Hunter, James 86, 112,' 225 Hurts, Duane 96, 225 Jai kson, Vuvuan 244 James Clifton 1 12 4 James, David 207 James, Mu hael .UH leamse Sanulm 11' -'flf1 leanuse lrna 87 'f Jefferson luusluum I4-lferson landra ' leuuness, Mui hruu - 1 leuuruuruqs Jer- 'fu .'.'5 Jester, Susan .'44 Jeter. Denuse 178 Jeter, Nancy 244 Jeter, Sonya - 69, 87, 101 , 207 ' Jen, Harold - 59,207 Junes, Debbie -- 89, 95, 101. 178 Job, Vicki -- 81 , 244 Johnson, Allrson - 65, 84, - 90,91,99.178 Johnson, Brian -- 307 Johnson, Carolyn Johnsoru, Charlotte 67, 70, 101, D515 ,rnnuusoru Ftuuuxtopher - 244 Joluuusouu, Darlune -- 244 Johnson, Darrell V-- 1 15, l 1 7, 225 Johnson, Debra -- - 225 Johnson, Debroah - 244 Jordon Jordon Jordon . Panu 245 . Patrol k 226 Joshua, loshoa Jerry 6 7, 69 Bervurr 226 Dennis 56, 2457 lowers, Crauq 92 1 78 uk Kadlec, Elizabeth 95. 245 Kay, Cynthua Keels, Bruce 1 78 Kelly, Bruce - 57, 99 Kelly, Ceasar --- 75 Kelly, ,Irene l 246 Kelly, Kathy - 97, 179 Kelly, Vernuce V 179 Kelso, Brenda 207 Kelso, George --VV 1 1 1, 245 Kemper, Lavetta VVV- V 59, 66, 100, 124, 207 Kemper, Pam 124, 178 Kendrucks, Pam -- 40, 56, 99, 101, 179 Kerry, Susan 226 Kessuah, Logan Krchler, Phil 226 Kidd, Phil --- 111, 246 Kilpatrick, Rhonda ---V 226 Kumble, Kelly --V 92 Kumble, Kim ---- 101, 246 Kumball, Mark - - 226 Kumble, Nelson -V- 179 Johnson, Johnson, Duane -- 91,178 Earl --- 207 Johnson, Gerald 207 Johnson, Gwen V V 178 Johnson, Janune -- 59, 178 Johnson, Joseph --- 244 Johnson, Kathy V-- 59, 91, 207 Johnson, Kenneth -- 207, 226 Johnson, Kyle -- 57, 112, 226 Johnson, Michael - - 63, 245 0 Johnson, Milton --V- 112, 245 Johnson, Ricky - 226 Johnson, Rosemary 245 Johnson, Sandra 94, 226 V Johnson, Stephen --V 245 Johnson, Tammy 226 Johnson, Tracey 207 Johnson, Wanda 178, 245 Kunard, Jerre -- 58, 61, 63, 64, 67, 179 Kinard, Joy- 63, 64, 99, 226 King, Cynthia --- 246 Kung, Duane -- 63 King, Gerald - 246 Kung, Joel - 227 Kung, John --- 227 Kung, Karen 2- 246 Kung, Marilyn -- 246 Kung, Peter 179 Kung, Robin -- 207 Kinsey, David 246 Krny, Joel Kirk, Benny - 227 Kurk, Delorse V--- 58, 179 Kirk, Kathy 93, 22 7 Kirk, Mechal 56, 71, 248 Kurkland,Chrus -- 246 Kurklan, Kenneth - 106, 207 10-1T22!P - f Henry, Terrue -- 69, 177 Herndon, Jett -- 133, 225 Herndon, Jimmy 244 Herrin, Wendy 63, 97, 177 Herrington, Bull 87, 177 Herrington, Michael 225 Huckson, Danny 248 Hull, Janice 244 Hill, Jummue 244 Hull, Margie - 225 Hill, Miranda - 93, 225, 244 Hull. Patty 76, 101, 206,- 269 Hurts,'R6se --- 95, 206 ' Hutcheson, Paul 57, 225 Hynson, Pam 244 ..I.. . Irwin, lonu 244 lsreal, Kenneth 244 . It Jackson, Cynthia 95 244 Jackson, Debra 244 Jackson, Greg 207 Jackson, Linda - 67, 70, 225 Jai kson, Onether 207 Jai kson Robert 1 78 6 XX, Johnson, Wandh -V 12 Johnson, Yulanda 245 Johnston, Tracy 63, 64 Jones Benuarnun 106, kuser, Andy --- 98, 179 Kuss, Richard -- 246 Klein, Pam - 246 Knight, David - 92, 227 Knight, Mona 246 1 78 Jones, Debra 245 Jones, Janure 245 Jones, lonnue 245 Jones, Man ua 67, 71 95 245 Jones, Michael 226 Jones, Stacey -- 207 Jones. Susan 178 Jones, Venuta 226 Joriloul J.1nuu r- 67, 711 Kober, Cynthia 95,227 Kohara, Stephen - 44, 57, 92, 93, 227 Kosuk, Kathy 72, 99, 101 Hu 1 l.aBorde, Walt - 24, 45, 57 92, 106.179 lacey, Michael --- 86, 1 1 1. 246 l ai ey, Stephen 1 12 , J Lachney, Deede - 179 Lachney, Missy - 56, 227 Lachney, Todd - 87, 112 Lackey, William - 227 LaCombe, Donna - 246 LaCombe, Lynn - 89, 101 , 179 Lacour, Angie - 91 Lacour, Bill- 56, 63,227 Lacour, Matthew - 246 Lacour, Phillip - 227 Lafargue, Mark - 56, 58, 75, 97, 208, 263, 265 Latargue, Sharon - 81, 101, 246 Lafleur, Anita - 180 Lafleur, Cheri - 83, 101, 208, 263, 265 Lafleur, Cindy - 67, 70, 95, 208 Lafleur, Suzanne - 56, 58, 76, 83, 85,101,180 Laird, Pam - 59, 180 Lamb, Glynn - 112, 227 Lamb, James - 180 Lambert, 'Jeanette - 246 Lambert, Jennifer - 101, 247 Lambert, Pam - 95, 247 Lamartiniere, Darla - 227 Lamell, Joanne - 208 Lamell, Barbara - 247 Landry, John -- 208 Landry, Charles - 227 Langston, Cathy - 67, 71, 247 Langston, Colleen - 86, 227 Langston, Jennie - 89, 180 Lasseigne, Anne - 247 Latham, Karen - 87, 227 Lavalite, Fred - 208 Lavergren, Mike - 208 Lawrence, Angela - 95, 247 Leavines, Chad - 247 Leblanc, Bill - 58, 75, 86, 99, 180 Leblanc, Judy - 247 Leblanc, Robert -- 208 Lee, Anthony - 180 Lee, Dorothy - 180 Lee, Earnest - 247 Lee, Mark - 88, 227 Lee, Shari - 19, 33, 37, 40, 47, 67, 68, 79, 85, 86, 180, 268 Lehman, Phyllis - 228 Lemoine, Kevin - 93, 106, 228 Leonard, Arthur - 180 Leonard, Janice - 208 Leonard, Marvin - 247 Lewellen, Torrey - 135 Lewis, Jim - 92, 99, 181 Lewis, Martin - 71, 247 Lewis, Sheri - 63, 64, 90, 228 Liberto, Tammy - 228 Liggins, David - 63, 228 Liggins, Pam - 181 ' EPIC 310 Liggins, Ralph - 181 Linton, Lee - 92, 247 Lintzen, Mary - 181 Lintzen, Kathy - 85, 89 Lious, Rosa - 63, 208 Lisner, Tammy - 89 Little, Suzy - 75, 82, 228 Lloyd, Cheryl - 56, 68, 69, 90, 208 Lochuvial, Maria Lockart, Denise - 208 Lockwood, Maria - 247 Loeffler, Helen - 56, 228 Loeffler, Russell -- 181 Logan, Kissiah - 228 London, Johnny - 63, 228 Long, Joe - 57, 228 Long, Mike - 58, 181 Long, Pat - 181 Lonidier, Sonya - 181 Loyd, Ella - 181 Lowe, Melvin - 1 11, 247 Lunar, Brian - 92, 247 Luzander, Jerry - 92 Luttrell, Shelby - 101, 208 ..M.. Mabry, Terri - 81, 86, 94, 101, 247 Mack, Eugene - 68, 69, 247 Madder, Micheal -- 63, 247 Maddox, Sally - 95, 100, 101, 228 Maddox, Susie - 208 Madigan, Cathy - 86, 208, 266 Madigan, Mike - 228 Madison, Donald - 208 Magnon, Grant - 92, 106, 208 Madison, Evelyn - 95, 228 Mainer, Pam - 101 , Malensek, Ronnie - 93, 92 Mallard, David - 58, 92, 97. 129, 208 Maltempi, Steve - 92, 1 12 Mangel, Steve -- 228 Manuel, Sarah - 70 Manzer, Renee - 247 Marbs, Denise - 208 Marbs, Patricia - 247 Marbs, Rodric - 63, 208 Marcum, Ronald - 181 Marien, Chris - 69, 112, 228 , Marien, Lisa - 93, 247 Marien, Jeannine - 72 Markley, Doty - 228 Marler, Yvette - 228 Martin, Vicki- 60, 61, 81, 228 Marzett, Josephine - 247 Masson, Pamela - 57, 81, 86, 94, 101,247 Mathews, Glenda - 182 Mathews, John - 58, 106, 108, 208 Mathews, Karen - 182 Mathews, Mark - 182 Mathews, Pam - 93, 97, 209 Mathews, Paul - 209 Mathews, Rose - 247 Mattson, Kim - 81, 86, 101, 247 Maugham, Jennifer - 60, 61. 101, 182 Mavin, Keith - 247 Maxey, Donna - 101, 247 May, Brent - 247 May, Keith - 92, 228 May, Lisa - 101,247 Mayer, Mike - 209 Mayeux, Ann - 99, 209 McArthur, Diane - 57, 69, 99. 101, 209 McBride, Bud - 56, 58, 76, 85, 86, 88, 98, 181, 267 McBroom, Manda - 181 McCann, Shirley - 247 McCartney, Kenneth - 92, 181 McCartney, Paul - 181 McCartney, Sherry - 95, 248 McCarty, Tasha - 63 McCarty, Theresa - 248 McCauley, Richard - 248 McClinton, Dorothy - 59, 89, 181 McClung, Pam - 65, 99, 209 McCue, Frank - 106, 122, 209 McDowell, Dorothy -- 248 McGaugh, Louann - 96, 228 McGee, Nelda - 59, 209 McGlory, Stephen - 209 McGowen, Kelly -- 61, 101, 228 McGowen, Tracy - 181 McGraw, Dan - 181 McGraw, Mark - 71,111, 248 McGraw, George - 68, 69, 106, 108, 181 McHaney, Clarence - 248 McHanney, Ed Wayne - 106, 209 McKay, Suzanne - 74, 89, 101, 209, 263, 264 McKinney, Harold - 56, 248 McKnight, David - 87 McKnight, William - 228 McLaren, Ricky - 58, 92, 106,107, 109,181 McNarey, Lisa - 66, 94, 100 McNeal, Belinda - 67, 70, 228 McNeal, Cynthia - 209 McNeal, Cheryl - 248 McNeal, Douglas - 228 McNeal, Myrtle - 228 McNutt, Susie - 248 McOuarn, Larry - 248 McQuarn, Perry - 248 McSpadden, Janet - 101, 228, 263 Medlin, Terri - 209 Medlin, Shelli - 87,248 Melder, Gary - 56, 182 Melder, Patricia - 56, 57, 101, 248 Mertens, Helen - 182 Messina, Mary - 248 Metrejean, Phyllis - 209 Michael, Jessie - 248 Michiels, Diane - 248 Michiels, Jacinta - 90, 209 Michiels, Richard Mickees, Wendell - 248 Middleton, Janet -- 89, 99, 209 . Mickle, Jessie - 1 1 1 Middleton, Susan Milam, Keith - 56, 87, 112, 228 Miller, Allison - 68, 83, 209, 263 Miller, Cathy - 87, 97, 101, 209 Miller, Chuck - 111,249 Miller, Patty - 249 Miller, Raymond - 228 Miller, Susan - 87,228 Miller, Tina - 57, 89, 101, 209 Milhouse, Billy - 99 Millhouse, Ina - 38, 56, 65, 99, 101, 209. 269 Millhouse, Nina - 26, 78, 87, 101,209 Mills, Junior - 182 , Mills, Billy - 90, 209 Millwater, Teresa - 228 Milton, Andria - 229 Minor, Janice - 67, 70, 249 Mitchell, Keith - 58, 86, 1 15, 122, 123, 209 Mitchell, Reginald - 229 Mitchell, Sharon - 86, 229 Mitchell, Trudi - 60, 81, 86, 101. 249 Monk, Thelma - 229 Monroe, Barbara - 182 Montou, Teri - 87, 182 Moore, Deborah - 63, 229 Moore, Jack - 249 Moore, James - 63, 182 Moore, Janice - 249 Moore, John - 249 Moore, Lessie - 209 Moore, Luke - 63 Moore, Ruby - 209 Moore, William - 1 12, 209 Morehead, Avonda - 249 Morehead, Joe - 249 Morehouse, Tim - 92, 209 Morrison, Derrick - 63, 64, 182 Mosby, Laura - 71, 249 Mott, Jamie - 67, 68, 69,. 96, 209 Mott, Lance - 1 1 1, 249 Mulkey, Madison - 1 1 1, 249 ' Mull, Michele - 209 Multer, Tina A 99 Murray, Bonnie Murphy, Becky - 101,209 Murphy, Billy - 74. 92, 99, 182 Murphy, Jim - 210 Murphy, Tracy - 60, 229 - 183 Reed, Greg - 250 232 Murray, Craig - 91, 183 Murry, Connie - 249 Myers, Carole - 67, 70, 96, 99, 101, 229 Myers, Michelle - 81, 89, 101, 210, 263 .ANU Nachman, Karen - 60, 81, 101, 249 Nangel, Larry -- 112 Nash, Natalie - 230 Nash, Wanda - 95, 230 Nassif, Chris - 71, 93, 92, 11 1, 249 Nassif, Richard - 57, 230 Navarro, Guy - 230 Neal, Jacqueline - 95, 230 Neck, Cindy - 57, 82, 86, 99, 101, 230 Newton, Clifton - 230 Newton, Donna - 63, 249 Newton, Yvette - 249 Nichols, Charlie - 92, 106, 210 Nichols, Mimi- 31, 76, 85, 89, 91, 97, 99, 168, 183, 262. 263 Nichols, Shay - 92, 249 Nichols, Wendell - 71 Nordsick, Ed - 135 Norman, Danny - 230 Norman, Hope - 29, 32, 34, 35, 42, 47, 67, 68, 69, 85, 183, 269 Nuckols, Cheryl - 82, 101, 230 ..O.. Ogle, David - 63, 230 Olds, Stephanie - 230 Oliver, Kathy - 96, 230 O'Neil, John - 63, 64, 210 Ortiz, Phillip - 87, 249 O'Shee, John - 183 Osten, Terry - 230 Ouber, Ricky - 210 92, 106, Owens, James - 183 Owrey, Leslie - ,,,,,,P.,, , 45, 230 Painter, Mark - 92,231 Painter, Mike - 92, 99, 183 Pallard, Micheal Pantoja, Jell - -210 231 Paris, Jimmy - 249 Parker, Johnny -111,249 Parker, Laura - 56, 83, 87. 96, 231 Parsons, Terry - 210 Parsons, Lori - 249 Parsons, Sherry - 95, 231 Pate, David - 249 Pate, Donnie - 231 Pate, Randy - 92, 249 Patrick, Darlynn - 183 Patton, Kevin - 231 Paul, David - 98, 97, 249 Payne, Tom - 231 Payne, Robert - 249 Pearson, Jeff - 67, 68, 87, 210 - Pearson, Kenneth - 92, 11 1, 129, 249 Peddada, Abhinand - 231 Peet, Dereck - 92, 249 Penniston, Susie - 60, 61, 93, 249 Penny, Jay - 58, 87, 115, 122, 210 Penny, Wes - 249 Perkins, Liz - 210 Perkins, Sheri - 81, 86, 94, 99, 101,249 Perkins, Steve - 183 Perkins, Tami - 91, 94, 97, 210 Perry, Fredrick - 56, 122, 231 Peterson, Bobbie - 231 Petermon, Mike - 182 Peterson, Paula - 183 Peterson, Rhonda - 183, 250 Pharis, Greg - 93, 92, 231 Phillips, Aerica - 250 Phillips, Kim - 82, 86, 216, 231 Phillips, Pracilla - 250 Phillips, Ramona - 59, 89, 184 Pickens, Paula - 184 Pierce, Mary - 250 Pierson, Janell - 250 Pinson, Becky - 71,250 Pinto, Carolyn - 231 Pizanie, Jamie - 92, 135, 231 Plaisance, Kari - 89, 101, 184 Plaisance, Melissa - 67, 70, 231 Plumber, Danna - 250 Plummer, Don - 210 Poche, Henrietta - 93, 95, 99, 232 Poindexter, Lynne - 101, 210 Pollard, Cynthia - 95, 231 Poor, Kyle - 106,210 Pom, Kevin 11352232 2, Porche, Angela - 81, 89, 91,99,100,101,210 Posey, Amanda - 94 Powell, Theresa - 210 Pollard, Cynthia Daena Ponceroll, Daena - 81,250 Potter, Scott - 250 Powell, Laura - 250 Prats, Cheryl - 75, 250 Pressley, Brenda - 232 Pressley, Marvin - 93, 92, 184 Price, Elizabeth - 250 Price, Marvin - 106, 232 Price, Thomas - 250 Pugh, Bernard - 106, 110, 184 Pugh, Curtis - 75,210 Purks, George - 88, 184 HO.. Queen, Lisa - 232 Queen, Mark - 250 Queen, Mel - 72, 184 UR.. Rabalais, Bridget - 60, 61, 232 Rabaiais, Rorfen - 250 Rabalais, Will - 26, 40, 92, 106, 108, 184 Rache I, Denise - 232 Rachal, Kathy - 250 Rachal, Nita - 251 Rachal, Robert- 106, 210 Raines, Brenda - 59, 210 Randall, Stewart - 255 Randles, Ranelle - 28, 76, 78, 85, 86, 97, 99, 101, 267 Rax, Jonathan - 135,232 Rax, Raymond - 63, 64, 86, 184 Rax, Michael- 250 Ray, David - 63, 250 Raymers, Clint - 250 Ream, Greg - 232 Rebouche, Joni - 99, 184 Rebouche, Toni - 101, 184 Reddada, Abhunard - 100 Reding, Jamie Reed, Belinda - 63, 232 Reed, Brenda - 75, 87, 210 Reed, Coletha - 250 Reed, Darleen - 67, 68, 185 Reed, David - 56, 92, 111, 250 Reed, Jeffery Reed, Jimmy - 232 Reed, Kelvin - 106, 211 Reed, Michael - 232 Reed, Scott - 58, 87, 92, Reed, Sherman - 69 Reed, Wilbert - 111, 250 Reeve, Drema - 232 Rhodes, Kathy - 89, 99, 185 Rhodes, Tracy - 232 Rich, Leah - 185 Rich, Lisa - 87, 94, 96, 99, 101 , 232 Richard, Lisa - 100, 133, 232 Richard, Lynn -- 100, 250 Richardson, Sandra - 86, 90, 185 Richmond, Susan - 89, 91, 85, 101, 185 Ridgeway, Jackie - 56, 232 Rules, Theresa - 250 Ring, Kathy - 61, 96. 133, 232, 265 Ronan, John - 111,250 Robair, Mike - 57, 106 Robbins, Michelle - 232 Robbins, Ronnie - 106, 21 1 Roberson, Moreas - 251 Roberson, Sharon - 251 Robert, Jerry - 251 Roberts, David - 63, 232 Roberts, David - 75 Roberts, Eddie - 251 Roberts, Ellie - 252 Robertson, Debra - 185 Robertson, Trudi - 100 ' Robichaux, Dorville - 92 Robichaux, Gwen - 21 1 Robinson, Ann -'64, 96, 99, 101, 232 Robinson, Carey - 23, 45, 54, 68, 106, 211 Robinson, James - 252 Robinson, John - 185 Robinson, Kenny - 54, 63, 64, 67, 252 Robinson, Linda - 65 Robinson, Robert -'211 Robinson, Susan - 39, 82, 86,99, 101,216,232 Rockhold, Paige - 252 Rockhold, Steven - 252 Rodgers, Debra - 232 Rogenmoser, Robby - 56, 252 Rogers, Cathy - 43, 76, 77, 88, 89, 91 , 99, 168, 185, 263, 264 Ronthal, Carey - 252 Rooks, Shelia - 44, 252 Reeve ' ,RTh8iTY -25? Reeves, Chris - 250 Reich, Randall - 232 Reich, Russell - 112, 122, 21 1 Reed, John - 232 Reid, Vickie - 185, 76 Reigh, Randy - 106 Reid, John Remel, Beth - 56, 81, 101, 250 Reynolds, Barbara - 63, 67, 68. 95, 100, 99, 211 Reynolds, Renee - 54, 250 Rhodes, John - 58, 88, 135, 21 1 Roscoe, Stephanie - 89, 101 , 185 Rosemeyer, Leesha -E 252 Rosenthal, Larry - 253 Rosenthal, Gary - 96 ' Rosenthal, Pam - 59, 87, 21 1 Rosenthal, Taylor i 185 Rosmussen, Jerome - 92 Ross, Ben - 212 Rothardt, Lizanne - 101, 212 Rothermel, Alan - 111, 253 Rouse, James - 253 311 Index Thomps Ffusk, Noel- 253 Russo, Jolynn - 101,232 Rutherford, Mark - 212 Ryan, Roxann - 52, 253 US" Sadler, Theresa - 232 Sauzan, Steve - 92,253 Salazar, Clark - 253 Salvesen, Wullnam - 253 Samuel, Wllllam - 212 Sandel, Jane - 233 Sanders, Jack - 253 Sanders, Wanda - 59, 86, 90, 99, 212 Sandkaut, Steve - 56, 87, 233 Saucler, Carne - 75, 76, 77. 87, 212 Schefter, Steven - 76, 77, 85, 88, 185 . Schery, Make - 111 ' Schery, Tracy - 253 Schlettler, Nancy - 63, 64, 67, 87, 99, 233 Schnender, James - 233 Schoept, Robert -- 233 Schultz, Llsa - 89, 91 Scott, Daren - 69, 135, 254 Scott, Darryl - 212 Scott, Dons - 254 Scott, Glorla - 212 Scott, Muchael - 112,212 Scott, Patricua - 99, 212 's 0 Shorter, Edmond - 254 Shorter, Johnathan - 233 Shorter, Lutlsha -- 97, 233 Shultz, Llsa - 185 Silas, Glorla - 254 Slmon, Fred - 86, 88, 98, 254, 268 Slmon, Julle -r 76, 77, 86, 88, 99. 212, 269 Sumonettl, Daryl --- 92, 254 Sumonsen, Susan - 72, 85, 186 Sumpson, Kevm - 254 Slmpson, Mary Kay - 76, 86.88, 99, 101,212,269 Slngletary, Mlsty - 99, 212 Skyes, Andre - 66, 233 Slaughter, James - 254 Sllder, Angel - 89,213 Smnth, Abby - 56, 99, 101, 233 Smlth, Amy - 68, 69, 100, 96. 213 Smlth, Carol - 76, 85, 86, 99, 101, 186, 262, 263 Smlth, Cathy L. - 213 Stanley, Robert f 233 Stelly, Melussa V- 186 Stewart, Bonrne -9- 87, 100 Stewart, Karen --A 100,213 Stewart, Kathy --- 187 Stewart, Larry - 92, 1 12, 233 Stlntson, Teresa -- 255 St John, Barbara 187 St Jullan, Margo 63, 94, 233 St, Jullan, Mnchael - 106, l15,117,119,213 Stokes, Pam - 71,101, 255 ' Story, Debbne - 89, 187 Story, Mattue - 233 Strazza. Becky - 63, 255 Strebeck, Karen - 86, 101, Texada, Jacquelune -A 59, 214 Texada, James --v 256 Texada, Rucky 56, 256 Texada, Rodney - 256 Therlst, John -- 92, 111, 256 Thlels, Paula - 81,256 Thomas, Bull Y- 92, 256 Thomas, Karen 214 Thomas, Greta Thomas, Michelle - 187 Thomas, Shella - 234 Thomas, Sherry - 234 Thomassom, Steven - 76, 85, 88, 98, 187 Thompson, Greg - 94, 256 on, James - 214 255 Stretch, Tern - 256 Stull. Cherryl - 81, 256 Style, Mlcheal - 256 Sulllvan, Tony - 111, 256 Sulluvan, Vnckey - 213 Smlth, Cathy S, - 213 Scott, Scott, Ronnne - 185 Ted - 63, 233 Scott, Willuam - 233 Scott, Yoland - 254 Scnven, Tom - 254 Seuss, Shelia - 96, 233 Settles, Robert - 87, 233 Sewell, Charles - 233 Sewell, Larry - 254 Sewell, Muchael - 254 Sewell, 133 Sammy - 106, 109 Seymore, Debra - 59, 185 Sharp, John - 58, 86, 233 Sharp, Kelly - 233 Sheed, Robert - 63 Shelton, Richard - 63,212 Shepard. Julia - 254 Sherman, Carmella - 254 Sherman, Cassandra - 254 Sherman, Deloris - 97, 100, 99, 212 Sherman, Gregory - 233 Sherman, Octavia -4 59, 186 Sherman, Welston - 11 1 Sherman, Wlllle - 106, 212 Sherrll, Lee - 58, 186 Shernll, Markay - 233 Shmhoster, Leonard - 254 Shlnhoster, Davld - 212 Shlnhoster, Ronnte - 186 Shone, Charles - 63, 233 Short, Kevin - 875106, 212 Short, Suzette - 56, 81, 99, 101, 254 ' Smtth, Davtd - 186 Smlth, Debble - 254 Smuth, Glorla - 186 Smuth, Jackle - 233 Smith, Jan - 233 Smnth, Jeanlne - 255 Smlth, Jeffery - 1 11, 255 Smtth, Jeffery Smlth, Jullus - 254 Smith, Laura - 70, 213 Smith, Llsa - 93, 101, 233 Smlth, Muchael - 63, 64. 213 Smuth, Paula f 81, 254 Smlth, Solomon - 1 1 1, 254 Smlth, Terry -- 74, 90, 95, 99, 168, 186 Smuth, Thomas -- 86, 233 Smlth, Tuna - 255 Snead, Robert - 213 Soderberg, Demse - 56, 96, 213 Soderberg, Pam - 86,255 Sondel, James - 255 Sorenson, Jody - 186 Sorenson, Mlke - 25, 41, 106,107,108,109,186 South, Ntckl - 186 Sparks, Patncla - 81, 86, 94, 99, 101,255,267 Spears, Lola - 89, 186 Spears, Nola - 91,213 Spence, Donna - 213 Spencer, Jerry - 58, 87, 233 Sumbler, Greg - 92, 135, 213 Sumbler, Wmnetta - 99, 233 Surgent, Darryl - 213 Surgent, Matthew - 63, 256 Surgent, Renee - 256 Swanwlck, Carolyn - 213 Sweat, Steve - 213 Sweezer, Evete - 234 Swlft, Scharon i- 75, 100, 234 Swums, Penny - 256 ' Talley, Deanna - Talley. Del - 234 Tanner, Twander -V 120, 127, 187 Tanner, Yvonne -A 63, 256 Tapp, John - 98, 256 Tarver, Randy -- 92, 187 Tassun, Gtna - 54, 101, 234 Tassm, James - 256 Taylor, Anita -- 213 Taylor, Bully - 71, 98, 256 Taylor, Carol - 63, 64, 67, 100, 101, 234 Taylor, Esther -- 256 Taylor, George - 256 Taylor, Tena - 82, 234 Tenme, Duane - 56 Tenme, Dwlght -- 63,64, 256 Tenme, Jeff 59, 187 Spencer, Thayer - 255 Stafford, Ronme - 96, 255 Stafford, Roosevelt - 213 Stafford, Shurley - 233 Stalnaker, Danette - 69, 90, 94, 101,213,263 St. Amant, Carmen - 81, 86, 101,255 . Stanley, Debra -- 59 Tenme, Salette --e 63, 95, 213 Tenme, Stephanoe - 63, 90, 95, 214 Terrell, Wayne - 106, 214 Terry, Daryl - 256 Texada, Buddy - 1 1 1 Texada, Greg - 18, 32, 34, 35, 4159, 106, 108,110 187 Thompson, Norm - 56, 58 Thompson, Tammy - 256 Thompson, Brlan - 106, 187 Thrash, Llnda - 71, 256 Thrash, Melody - 257 Thrash, Sandra - 234 Thrasher, Debbie - 89, 91, 99, 100, 187 Throckmorton, George - 214 Tlchell, Marne - 95, 257 Tales, Derek - 71 Tnsdale, Bull - 58, 187 Tttmos, Lmda - 257 Torbet, John - 92, 1 1 1, 257 Touchet, Tum - 58, 86. 1 15, 120, 214 Townson, Bob - 257 Trahan, Kevm - 92, 214 Travus, Jamle - 187 Treadway, Jerome - 92, 1 12, 234 Treadway, leo - 93, 92, 214 Treadwell, Deedra - 187 Trevmo, Gllbert - 234 Trottle, Jeffery -- 234 Trottre, Nathanlel - 69, 188 Tucker, Luz -- 257 Tuneberg, Laurel - 234 Tuneberg, Troyce - 234 Turner, Brett -- 135, 257 Turner, Demse ---- 72, 85, 89.91,97.99,101, 188, 263. 265 Turner, Rlckey - 2341 Turpm, Kathy - - 188 A Turpm, Mernck -- 44, 79, 87, 99, 101, 235 Tyler, Kathy 74, 188 Tynes, George 67, 69. 92, 106, 109, 188 Tynes, Molly - 214 "U Urbana, Danette - 57, 87, 101, 257 llrbma, Duane- 57 58, 106, 214 5 L fm HY -.. ,, ,.,, ,,V.. Valdez, Rosie - 235 Vann, Cindy - 96 Vanderlick, Keith - 188 Vanderlick, Stephanie - 124, 126, 127, 235 Vanderwater, Connie - 257 Vaugh, Delores - 257 Vaughn, Diane - 257 Vaughn, James '-- 235 Vaughn, Kathy - 257 Vaughn, Stacey - 81, 257 Veal, Gerald - 235 Veal, Jennie - 257 Veal, Nathaniel - 257 Vedder, Stacy - 81, 101, 257 Velek, Brenda - 93 Veneable, Debbie - 257 Venable, Steven - 92, 214 Vickers, Sarita - 257 Villemarette, Jerry - 257 Villemarette, Terry - 235 Vincent, Cary - 257 Vincent, Rodrick - 257 Voda. David - 74, 98, 257 Volger, Vicki - 258 Vorise, Steve - 258 HW.. Wade, Carol - 57, 86, 101, 258 Walding, Mary Ann - 72, 86, 88, 101,235 Walker, Anita - 86, 235 Walker, Darryl - 258 Walker, Jerry - 63, 235 Walker, Larry - 214 Walker, Raynal - 66, 86, 258 Walker, Sandra - 56, 67, 70, 82, 235 Wall, William - 215 Wallace, Cynthia - 258 Wallace, Donna - 94, 258 Waller, Diane - 65, 235 Waller, Jacqueline - 188 Waller, Larry - 64 Walter, Michael - 215 Walton, Carol - 63, 258 Walton, Charlotte - 70, 83, White, Cornelius - 56, 58, 59, 63, 87, 215 White, Cynthia - 235 White, Gary - 92, 258 White, Jimmy - 92, 215 White, Myra - 259 White, Paula - 58, 78, 86, 99, 101, 235 Wallace. Chris - 87, 89, 215 94, 99, 101, 235 Walton, Larry - 106, 215 Warden, Michael - 258 Warden, Rita - 188 Wardsworth, Anna - 67, 70, 72, 90, 100, 235 Washington, Cullen - 63 Washington, Tangela - 258 Washington, Thaddeus - 67, 72, 258 Waters, Susan - 89, 95, 101, 188 Watson, Susan - 101, 258 Woveris, Connie - 87 Weatherly, James - 215 Weaver, Becky - 235 Weber, Derald - 235 Weishuhn, Glenda - 89, 96, 101,215 Welch, Steve - 92, 188 Wells, Lori - 63, 64, 67, 68, 188 Wells, Marty - 22, 33, 42, 54, 58, 63, 64, 67, 85, 87, 188 Wenkel, P. J. - 22, 45, 58, 79, 99,101,188 Wesley, David - 92, 235 West, Freddie - 215 West, James - 189 West, Jessie - 63 Whatley, Dan - 92, 235 Wheatley, Arinitha - 258 Wheatley, Michael - 106, 215 Whisenhunt, Mary Ann - 81, 86, 235 White, Richard - 259 White, Tempi - 56, 259 Wiggins, Lisa Whitley, Rhonda - 89, 215 Wiggins, Lisa - 259 Wiggins, Susan - 235 Wilder, Cathy - 83, 86, 88, 101 , 215 Wilkerson, Darrell - 92, 106, 110, 189 Wilkerson, Renee - 97, 189 Wilkison, Carl - 215 Wilkinson, Donald - 259 Wilkinson, James - 92, 259 Williams Aaron - 235 Williams, Cynthia - 124, 127 Williams Frederick - 259 Williams, Inez - 259 Williams, Jerry - 215 Williams, Jesse - 235 Williams, Kim - 87, 90, 96, 215 Williams, Leon - 215 Williams, Linda - 86, 101, 189 Williams, Lucy - 215 Williams, Micheal - 63,64 Williams, Samuel Williams, Sandy - 87, 236, 259 Williams, Sean - 133, 189 Williams, Theresa - 259 Williams Thomas - 189 Williamson, Marle - 85, 189 58, 64, 57, 90, 97, 235 Will0ughby, Robert - 259 Wilmore, Craig - 189 Wilson, Hyman - 115, 117, 119,189 Wilson, Jerry - 71, 235 Wilsong, Kim - 259 Wilson, Tina - 189 Wilt, Roger - 235 Wilson, Lisa - 56, 58, 64, 65, 88.101, 215 Winn, Melvin - 259 Winn, Wanda - 259 Woike, Christy - 76, 77, 86, 88.101, 215, 267 Wolfe, Lisa - 63, 259 Wolfe, Liz - 189 Wood, Ronald - 235 Wooding, Karen - 259 Woods, Joyce - 259 Woods, Patricia - 235 Woodward, Caroline - 67, 68, 85,101,189 Word, Dianne - 86, 88, 215 Word, Vicki - 235 Worley, Kris - 235 Worrell, Dean - 259 Worrell, Ron - 259 Woveris, Connie - 215 Wyrick, Terry - 24, 33, 38, 41, 47, 79, 85, 87, 89, 96, 101, 189 HY.. 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