Altheimer High School - Torch Yearbook (Altheimer, AR)

 - Class of 1965

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His compassion, his wisdom, his understanding, and his desire to help had at some time or other lifted us from discouragement. His memory in the hearts of students of Altheimer High School will forever remain a shining monu- ment to one who embodied everything an educator should be. i W T L-Y .am 'Ur JOYCE BRADLEY gn ,MTQIZQ 0170122 This page is placed in the 1964-65 issue of The Torch in loving memory of Joyce Bradley who died September 7, 1963. The years- since that tragic event have sped by, but our remembrance of her shall be forever fresh. We recall with sadness and yet with pleasure her shy humor, her sincere interest in everyone around her, and, above all, her love and loyalty for her family, her friends, and her school. There will be a vacancy in that file of blue caps and gowns on graduation night, but in each of our hearts will be a warm glow as we cherish the memory of one so forever dear to us all. The Senior Class ADMINISTRATION V,-ff L'- 4 I If X :sr I '.,I f 1 ar , ,,,3Iv?..,... g .X " ,Q We 1, I SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE Hundreds of American men killed inlndia or Burma during World War II are buried in an allied cemetery in North Assam. Over the gate to the cemetery are these words, "Tell them that we gave our todays for their to- morrows." No senior who leaves this school should be content that his tomorrows shall be no better than his todays. The world is waiting with open arms for those who would accept responsibilities. These are the persons who stand out from the others in an office, a factory, or in any walk of life, and he is the one who gets ahead. The successful person is one who gives himself to his work, body and soul. l-low many times a person has given up when a little more effort, a little more patience would have achieved success. Elbert Hubbard has said "There is no failure except in no longer trying. There is no defeat except from within, no really insurmountable barrier save our own inherent weakness of purpose." I challenge you to make your tomorrows count for something in the days that lie ahead of you. PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE Students of Altheimer High School are quite fortu- nate in being able to attain the quality of education that they do in so small a school. This offers them the ad- vantages academically of the larger schools and socially ll of the smaller ones. 5, I am quite certain this school will maintain the g-4.5 l steady improvement it has shown the past few years. s......s QQ It has been a pleasure working with you. af MR. I AMES CASH Agriculture MRS. PALMER CLEMMONS Spanish - English MR. R. W. DAVIS Social Studies - P. E. MRS. R. W. DAVIS Home Ec. - Ir. Science MR. W. H. HOOKS Mathematics MR. D. L. MOORE Science Qscfoofgzacufy MR. W. H. ROBERTS Music MRS. LESLIE ROGERS English - Librarian MR. G. C. SHEPHERD Social Studies - P.E. MISS DIANNE VOSS Business Education MRS. I. B. WALKER Guidance Counselor MRS. BILL WELLS English - Speech Q-yffezlrzzer cscfoofygoarof Mr. I. P. Walt, Mr. McFerrin Fergusson, Mr. E. H. Jeter, Presidentg Mr. Frank Lyon, not present - Mr. Robert Bowen, Secretary 9'f012Hf7eacQlr2y csfqff w L Mrs . Ruth Davis SECRETARY CAFETERIA EMPLOYEES Cooks: Mrs. Troy Coverdill, Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mrs. Ted Hickerson, Supervisor: Mrs. W. H. Townsend Mr . Coverdill CUSTODIAN FACULTY 86122 ezzfczry acufy 9 MRS. SHEPHERD MRS. VASSAUR MISS WARDLAW First Grade Assistant Second Grade First Grade MISS OWEN MRS. SCOTT Third Grade Fourth Grade MR. KINARD MR. BOGY MRS. QUATTLEBAUM Fifth Grade Sixth Grade MUSiC SENICRS I ,... W , ix I-I b 6, g n - 1, 9 O " ' ' F. 1 Y ' Q"-'af ' QQ' a V' T U . L . - "'ffW3lfg,: , 1r- ., Su 'J U I 1 1 LLLJL. E' 1 T"1L'f- -' L4 .:1, K . 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I THERESA EDD ALLISON RAYMOND LARUE BEASON M I5g,,,5 ' WILLIAM FRANCIS BRYANT TILLIMAN MONROE BYRD LORENZO DANIEL CAMP 3 9 PEGGY MARIE CASTLEBERRY ELVIA RAY CLINTON RAY EUGENE COLCALSURE WILLIAM IENNINGS COOK III LARRY JOE ELSBERRY ROSIE FRYE STATON NANCY EILEEN GUYER .af-55' HARRY LEA HICKERSON JAMES RAY KELLEY SHARRON ANN LANE JOHNNY WAYNE MASHBURN J IANICE ANN MILLER PATRICIA ANN MOORE BENNY DEAN RUPE SARAH IOAN SCOLES KENNETH DALE SMITH SYLVIA IEAN STACKS PATRICIA GLEE STEPHENS IAMES E. TAYLOR IR. STANLEY ALLEN TOWNSEND DELORES FRANCES WARDLAW PAMELA GAIL WOOD ,- ' 1 JUNIORS Ln- ,. O .OHV rtUVnyM , 0 ua. Q U4 Q JE 1 MISS DIANNE VOSS MR. W. H. HOOKS Sponsor Sponsor i ie -1 K 1 f Vice-President, Rush Turkg President, Wilda Bryantg Treasurer, Pam Pipking Secretary, Dianne Coverdill Dianne Coverdill Roy Cullipher Ellen Davis Oscar Duck Ray Faver Kennith Finch Toby Anderson Pat Bass Patsy Bass Ed Bowe Wilda Bryant Barbara Clem Linda Fitch Harold Givens Pam Goad Larry Gossage Sherman Hickerson Jeff Jeter Linda Mashburn Brenda Mills Marilyn Morden Pam Pipkin Ronnie Robinson Patsy Rushing Ronnie Weber Linda Williams William Wilson Vicki Sims Pam Sites Jimmy Smith Rush Turk Donald Vassuar George Vassuar 'us E 1 ml ta-.1-'B 'uq' I fy SOPHCMORES 4 l MRS. R, W. DAVIS MR. R. W. DAVIS Sponsor Sponsor President, Buddy Castleberryg Vice-President, Ioan Blackerbyg Secretary, Virginia Euseppi Treasurer, Kathy Pipkin Suzanne Felley Carolyn Fratesi Becca Freeman Jim Bob Jones Janet Anderson Phyllis Anderson Joan Blackerby Linda Bolin Gail Bryant Eugene Castleberry Ronnie Cook Dwayne Courtney Chalmers Davis Ir. I oe Durley Virginia Euseppi Patti Smith Irene Stokes Lewis Vassaur Robert Young Kathy Pipkin Ruthie Pote Thomas Rushing Rnymond Lamar Arlene Lane Danny Lane Vicki Lee Nancy Lyons Carole McPherson Johnny Nichols Hillary Pipkin JUNIOR HIGH .4 -, rd" W' "5"57-Zugf' 'T-N eg? if i my me ,X , UIQ? '. 555 Xl if K H2115 QIUOQ Sponsors MRS. PALMER CLEMM ONS MR. IAMES V. CASH Blenda Abernathy Frankie Anderson Virginia Bates Becky Brown Tommy Bunting Ronny Burton Kathryn Castleberry Marsha Castleberry Lee Clernrnons Allen Cook Larry Cullipher Debi Davis Mary Davis Wally Durley Diane Euseppi Richard Foote Dale Frye Anita Gossage Gary Gossage Mike Grisham Nancy Grisham Johnny Haney Linda Hardin Maragret Jackson Evelyn I eu Shirley Lane Tommy Lane George Lawson Melba Maple Karen McPherson Brenda Pockrus Havis Rushing Tellis Rushing Don Self Bruce Sites Steve Sites Helen Wilson Zack Stone Carole Vassaur Vicki Williams Margaret Young 'ff' Sponsor MRS. BILL WELLS azygzf QFGOQ Suzanna Pote Becky Rollins Mike Stone I immy Watkins Ken Williams Becky Wood Sandra Bradshaw Gale Brewer Denice Brunetti Mary Burton Phyllis Bryant Vicki Clem Casondra Cullipher Laura Davis Brenda Duck Ned Euseppi Kathy Hardin Cheryl Maslonka Kay Maple G: E. Maxwell Hazel McCurry eoenff 9raoQ MR. G. C. SHEPHERD Gregg Allison Carol Bennett Paul Blackwell Pat Bogy Ronnie Bogy Ginger Camp Linda Chappel Danny Cooey Charlotte Cullipher Danny Duck Eddie Dunbar Ken Fratesi Chris Garrett Glen Guenther Lester Hickerson Jenifer Jeter Gail I eu Betty Lee Pamela Lisemby Trudy Maslonka Opie McPherson Orlin Robinson Joy Rollins Dale Sites Sharon Stacks I Bobby Stone Tommy Stone Imogene Wilson Roger Young 9722122 OFIQS .-.-, xi af ,, , w f i ! ELEMENTARY Cglbflg QIQQOQ Charles Bates Billy Bogy Faith Ann Bradshaw Milton Brewer Roy Case Palmer Clemmons, Ir Iirnmy Esquibel Tony Esquibel Kenny Euseppi Gilbert Garrett Donna Gossage Jimmy Haney Christina Holdford Curtis Jackson Paul Kirkpatrick Rosie Lane Wong Lee Kay Lisemby Kathy Luzietti Marsha Lyon Lou Ella Maxwell Joanne Morden ,1 I oe N1cho1s Nancy Overton Dons Pearson I onathan Pote I ohn Scott III Gary Tucker Brenda Vassaur Debra Vassaur Debbie Watkins 5155215 graofz graogzabbn 7995 914606 MR. KINARD Ronnie Bailey Clifford Blackwell I ohn Bowen Jimmy Bradley Wanda Bryant Bud Callaham Mary Carroll 1 Delores Chappell Lisa Collins fu, "" ' 4 I Donna Beth DBVIS Donna Sue Davis Ricky Don Davis Ioe Euseppi W Allen Fave: Mitchell Garrett Kenneth Gross Linda Gross Steve Gunderson Donme Hardin Terry Hickerson Margie Johnson 1.1 ,- 'UI -Q N. m Robert Klrkpatnck Mary Mann Connley McPherson Barbara Pearson Deborah Pote Walter Shepherd Renee Stone Ronnre Stone hd Riley Van Horn Eddie Vaughn Patsy Williams v Olllaf MRS. JIM SCOTT V Randy Bailey Debbie Bates Delores Blocker Paula Bogy Pam Brown I erry Craddock Mary Lou Cruz Gary Duck Dora Esquibel Margie Faver Mac Fergusson James Hall Shelton Kelley Patty Knight Walter Lawson Larry Lisemby Toni Lovelace Gene Lyon Stephen Mann David Maxwell Cileo Sanchez I oe Sanchez Margie Self Janet Watkins Jimmy Williams 'e 1' S7526 V Miss ANN OWEN QZUOQ Gary Abernathy Jeffrey Allison Pat Ballard Rebecca Bogy Paul Bogy Vickie Brewer Donald Burton Dean Callaham Alice Cruz Mandy Davis Johnny Esquibel Michael Finch Kay Garrett Mike Hickerson Robin Hickerson Shirl Jackson Connie Kirkpatrick Wong Lee Tracy Lyon Lynn McKnight Samuel Pote Billy Sanchez Maggie Sanchez Gary Vaughn Brenda Wilson Rita Gossage Dwayne Gross Gail Gross MISS PAT WARDLAW Bill Couch Becky Duke Mary Io Egli Bubba Faver Teresa Guenther Carrie Hall Q C012 QFGOQ Judy Allen Kay Allred Barbara Ballard Stevie Bogy Darlene Bryant Jimmy Cannon Cecilie Case Susan Cash Debra Chappell 3 Colleen Hardin Debbie Inman Donna Knight Nita Lee Tommy Lee Danny Lovelace Danny Maxwell Teresa McPherson Daniel Pote Michael Rabatin Kenny Robinson Roger Self Emma Searcy Amy Stone Roger Stone Sue Ann Vaughn I im Walker Randy Miller Luis Cruz Sandra Duck Walter Egli Sharron Hargis Lee Holford Tammy I ones Johnny Kirkpanrick I ames Euseppi Dennis Lovelace Zffsf QJUUQ MRS. G. C. SHEPHERD MRS. W. R. VASSAUR Donnie Bates Ronnie Bates Roy Bryant Marty Burton Rita Campbell Mike Chappell Susan Parker Robin Rainey Adelita Sanchez Kathy Lyon Kim Lyon Mike Maple Donna Maxwell Carmelita Sanchez Dora Sanchez Deanie Seaton Gail Self Pat Sites Charles Smith Tim Stephens Rusty Vassaur I effrey Watkins 63,6122 enfary auorzfes Kim Lyon Tim i Becky Duke Jim Walker Vicki Brewer Ian Watkins Donna Beth Davis Mac Fergusson Steve Gunderson B fi Sa H -7 Q A s,r Randy Gunderson I oAr1ne Morden Milton Brewer El 1, .A -my 'A D' " s, . if fix: .-2,55 ,qua I ,C ACTIVITIES 57 Qfew Qscifoof ear ygeyzhs i cgepfemger Form the line to the right! Having fun, gi1'1s'??? Oh! The wrong keys again Classes begin--- Ocfoger - ooem fer Act I Scene I "Swing Your Partner" ' THE SAME OLD The Lively Set Doggone these springs DRAG-- "MiSS AHS - 1937" Zwzbfef Zrzbys a may year- ZDQCQIZQ 691' V ,..,, "THE SHY ONES" Home for the Holidays r Swing your partner dosey-doe Yes, Virginia, .there is a Santa Claus! needles and pins G12 Zldly Ellen jumps for X7 96111 df' the rebound. Ain't they cute! This syrup is sticky. Chug-a-lug, Chug-a-lug. Co-editors: Glee - "Ho1d the front page. Teddi - "Why can't I put it on the table?" The witches' brew ere omes ek'0122e0fcS!0r1l12y . Ware , qprzf my Looking for something? Griffithsville proved a little too much for the girls. -JN' 'r I I Stan Townsend presided over Religious The sun shines on the faithful baseball fans Emphasis Week, held in April. r .Jil E CHEESE! "All-American" 1965 Qeparzhyjgr 159 fjuenf Only two more days, kids! Hard at work. W Zi in . 1 ' i' J ' G. , :Q , ' 5 ' i . 9, Y Don't pull too hard Linda, it can't be that bad d d Don't let go! Be Cargfull Q-7120fO'Qw af 1659 r7240I22 . . . The Center of Attraction Sailors on Duty! , V? . - ' 'em -6 .G q .- gy Candid Camera vs Smile! You 're on Underwater Ballet Q Entertainment by the Torkays Hurray! It's all over. :al ygoyfs csfafe anafgflffs cgfafe fbefzyafes JEFF BRENDA IETER MILLS WILDA WILLIAM BRYANT WILSON graofzabbn ways - '65 ,p Refreshment Time! President Billy Bryant Hold on, girls! l It's nearly over! Ray tells of "Silver Shells and Coral Be11s" William receives Elm's Scholarship , M, - 'L . ey ,Mud J '-x. ,Q FAVCRITES v 4- JYQM weezz gesbbzbbs QUEEN NANCY GUYER KING JOHNNY MASHBURN Wm an of M155 yyfanners 4- -- 5' JOAN BLACKERBY and RAY CLINTON A unique poster Winning skit. ezzzzbr 0 'S 0 -ul CUTEST - MOST POPULAR - Stan Townsend Billy Bryant Delores Wardlaw Ellen Davis MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED - Stan Townsend Pat Moore Y 1 U . r MOST COURTEOUS - William Cook BEST ALL AROUND - Billy Bryant, Stan Delores Wardlaw Townsend, Delores Wardlaw ezzzzbr 0 'J M50 P BEST DATE BATT - FRIENDLIEST - William cook Jeff Jeter, Delores Wardlaw Vicki Sims, and Phyllis Anderson BEST ATHLETE - Wilda Bryant and Stan Townsend 1: -3 is Y. BEST DRESSED - WITTIEST - Ray Colclasure Buddy Byrd and Vicki Sims Teddi Allison uzzzbr 0 'J F050 A ,,.f .Jm..a.l MOST POPULAR - Gale Brewer CUTEST - Gale Brewer Cheryl Masloka .-,, I Phyllis Bryant X kdxj 4 . X ' x Vri . ' "-. .., J .--"arf, A. - : 'J 1. 5' iS" Li.2 Z ix fx 1. - M' 'W P- MOST COURTEOUS - Ned Euseppi WITTIEST ' Steve Sites Debbie Davis Richard Foote, Nancy Grisham UIZIDI' 0 73 M50 ,gui V., BEST DRESSED - Mike Grisham Chris Garrett Debi Davis nts' FRIENDLIEST - Ned Euseppi Cheryl Maslonka BEST ALL AROUND - Ned Euseppi BEST ATI-ILETE - Helen Wilson Nancy Grisham Gale Brewer I mumss H P ' ,- 1 -r LFE: 'l' ,L ,Q kA'Q.H 1 1 sl L L Cm H I2 5 Q , - 4 ffl?-'ff-r-Y-' -1 '-- 11 , ,-f V nm- f f- 1- , - -- KL,--Faxlfj : .,,. , mga. p-, f F' 1 r I ww u 1' yuh w ,L E.. asm? ,. .l ... 3 'R zz 14 TQ 1,, in -. Y -Qs -f 'F' . ,: 5 1 A V lv , 5 fa .X I I ' Y A , Q x,. :nf 71 :nfl X E 5 nigga Q B,-'gg' - f , xx , H EEEEE an ! x x M I szwsf '1 x ,, Z. x I J 2 x x Zh 46:5-A N GROW Budd WALLY DURLEY C 0,925 DANNY LANE 44, IA NICE MILLER 2' NY i X V s i 'r r KENNETH FINCH 97 csweeffeaff THE CONTESTANTS: Pam Goad, Janice Miller, Vicki Sims, and Carolyn Frates1 L 512223 'UIEJA1' ' CRGANIZATIONS QSXUOQIQX G0 uzzcz' The Student Council, sponsored by Mrs. Bill F' as x' Acquainted Party, Halloween Party, Manners ' Week, Christmas Prom, Valentine Party, and Religious Emphasis Week. f W ous activities this year. These include the Get- K Stan Townsend PRESIDENT . -. "1 Qi SEATED: Ellen Davis, Vice-Presidentg Stan Townsend, President, Patricia Moore Secretary-Treasurerg Mrs. Wells, Kenneth Finch, Kathy Pipkin, Ray Clinton, Mr Moore, William Cook, Delores Wardlaw, I-Iavis Rushing, Ned Euseppi, and Jen- nifer Jeter. Members work on the Christmas Prom New Council Members: Pam Pipkin, Kathy Pipkin Ellen Davis, Danny Lane, Marilyn Morden. 'u' Wells and Mr. Don Moore, have sponsored vari- T Ct, f,Nxdf1bD NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Z 5. E f ? 7 QQ s if may YIJLITH LIJUKE Til THE STANDING: Brenda Mills, Mrs. Walker, Sponsorg Phyllis Anderson, Gail Bryant, Jeff Jeter, Wilda Bryant, Ellen Davis, Dianne Coverdill, Pam Goad. SITTING: Teddi Allison, Ray Clin ton, Pat Moore, Stan Townsend, Glee Stephens, William Cook. Mrs . Walker ll l The National Hon- or Society is an organ- ization to stress Lead- ership, Scholarship, Character, and Serv- ice. 1964-65 OFFICERS Teddi Allison - President William Cook - Vice-President Glee Stephens - Secretary Wilda Bryant - Treasurer Ray Clinton - Historian Dia11ne Coverdill - Reporter 12 11122 es QSXJ lllllll - BOTTOM ROW: Rush Turk, Teddi Allison, Parn Goad, Glee Stephens, TOP ROW: Vicki Lee, Ulim Patrica Moore, Nancy Guyer, Barbara Clem, Ellen Davis, Delores Wardlaw, Miss Dianne Voss, WX f' Sponsor By Their Fruits Ve Shall The Tfznirwe wo- bowel une h Tb' we nlgss , EDITORS 'er wor Q vla ex , T 1 .. eveni is STAFF BOX C rl gl Jr EL Editors Glee Stephens Nqljlk " L 4- I h - en, 'reddi Allison LW T' J' 1 f' 9 16 l101"S ff. I rect Sports Editors Wilda Bryant If , I Q, i Sy of i Rush Turk A 'igfgyge , E2 ,ral gs 'f , . 4 SF95 5 lr Q. ,W - - I.. Ad Cutter Ellen Davis d the 'U ' F ' an 1 C ' Q of Glee Stephens 'grad dd r Typists Delores Wardlaw lv ds e , Y 1- Pam Goad ui eg ar. Barbara Clem gmt ' t' el' nd rg o began Reporters Nancy Guyer is Xe Kam I-as Patrica Moore 1-?: 1 ef rdid Vicki Lee ugly 151 Or' eli . . ' Sora Business Manager Barbara Clem h' nl ght' C " G re cn cc ow we s ir Teddi Allison Q., -It 1 1 Sh' 4,122 :gk ,gy Q. ,153 CE st UPOIL teibu e, til.- .5'.,,i n .. "-Q21 if Q Q The music 'for the danc ' ' . " " iillflliihed. blilfl 61- T0RO.UliXS.,Q-. K.. 121211 Sfqjf Z x fa l XX? EDITOR Dianne Coverdill '..LYH.., V - if 'l-...,. A fLeft to Righty Carolyn Fratesi, Virginia Euseppi, Dianne Coverdill, Vicki Sims, Wilda Bryant, Kenneth Finch, Kathy Pipkin, Carol McPherson, Gail Bryant, Nancy Guyer, Ray Colclasure, Larry Elsberry, William Cook, Pam Pipkin, Brenda Mills, George Vassaur, Vicki Lee Q 3 Ezgrary Q , ff! r -4 President Kathy Pipkin shows Ned Euseppi Library Club members are very attentive the week's worklist. cgpazzfkf STANDING: Sponsor, Mrs. Clemmons, Melba Maple, Brenda Pockrus, Charles Stone, Dianne Coverdill, Vicki Lee, Nancy Lyon, Carolyn Fratesi, Virginia Eu- seppi, Virginia Bates, Evelyn Ieu, Ruthie Pote, SITTING: Presidentg Brenda Mills, Vice-Presidentg Pam Pipkin, Secretary: Lee Clemrnons, Treasurerg Joan Blackerby. gufure jbmema ers 0 K' . 122 9141 Cd Mrs. Davis instructs students. ' ' "T 1, ' ,I V . Q iv ix' SEATED: Linda Fitch, Patsy Bass, Pam Goad, Phyllis Anderson, Barbara Clem, Linda Williams, STANDING: Mrs. Davis, Marsha Castleberry, Margaret Jackson, Anita Gossage, Diane Euseppi, Mary Davis, Marsha Castleberry, Debi Davis, Linda Hardin, Vicki Williams, Helen Wilson, Margaret Young, Linda Mashburn, Janet Anderson, Carol Vassaur. FHA OFFICERS L. D. Camp - - ' - -Iunior Advisor 'if ' Harold Givens - - - - -President -.A e A of 9 " XA-no Kenneth Finch - - - - Vice-President oo ,, , lv 'QQ W' - - X UZ Ronnie Robinson - - - - Secretary if- lf' -065916 Ray Faver ---- - Treasurer Roy Cullipher - - - - Reporter Jimmy Smith - - - - - Sentinel Szufure garmers 0 fm erzba BOTTOM ROW: Ronnie Cook, Melvin Clinton, Oscar Duck, Jimmy Frye, Hillary Pipkin, Bud- dy Castleberry, Dwayne Courtney, Tommy Lane, Donald Vassaur, Frankie Anderson, SECOND ROW: Kenneth Finch, Bobby Pockrus, Jimmy Smith, Roy Cullipher, Robert Conner, Larry Cul- lipher, Havis Rushing, Wally Durley, Mike Rose, THIRD ROW: Thomas Rushing, L. D. Camp, Ray Faver, Ronnie Robinson, Harold Givens, Toby Anderson, Gary Gossage, Allen Cook, Eu- gene Castleberry, Dale Frye, Sponsor: Mr. Cash ATHLETICS I I' ff g, 0992, BOTTOM ROW: Melvin Clinton, Billy Bryant, Kenneth Finch, Rush Turk, SECOND ROW: Ray Clin- ton, Joe Durley, Danny Lane, Jeff Jeter, TOP ROW: Coach Shepherd, Jimmy Smith: Manager, George Vassaur, Stan Townsend, William Wilson, Harold Givens, Ed Lee Bowe, Ray Faver, Johnny Nichols, Ronnie Robinsong Manager Harold Givens William Wilson Defense Rebound SR. BOY'S SCOREBOARD Altheimer '73 Prattsville Altheimer '7'7 Kingsland Altheimer 89 Wabbaseka Altheimer 110 Plum Bayou Altheimer 39 Wabbaseka Altheimer 82 Magnet Cove Altheimer 61 Prattsville Altheimer 84 Sparkman Altheimer '78 Marmeduke Altheimer 69 Cedarville Altheimer 53 Greenbrier Altheimer '78 Plum Bayou Altheimer 82 Glendale Altheimer 68 Prattsville Altheimer '7'7 Plum Bayou Altheimer 65 Ouachita Altheimer '73 Kingsland Altheimer 51 Grady Altheimer 95 Poyen Altheimer 101 Humphrey -Altheimer 81 Caddo Gap Altheimer 55 Ouachita Altheimer 83 Sparkman Altheimer 58 Grady Altheimer 58 Wabbaseka Altheimer 94 Humphrey ALL-STATE Ieff ICICI' Stan Townsend Free Throw BOTTOM ROW: Vicki Lee, Teddi Allison, Glee Stephens, Ellen Davis, Dianne Coverdill, Brenda Mills, TOP ROW: Coach R. W. Davis, Pam Pipkin, Gail Bryant, Delores Wardlaw, Suzanne Felly Wilda Bryant, Carole McPherson, Joan Blackerby, Manager, Linda Williams Wilda Bryant Delores Wardlaw SR. GIRI-'S SCOREBOARD Free 511013 Rebounds Altheimer 42 Plum Bayou L1 M. V Altheimer Glendale U1 R ' . I Altheimer Prattsville . gil Altheimer Plum Bayou ,E LL Q 'H 3 Altheimer Ouachita '3.l,5f' -Q' f " 4-- Altheimer Kingsland ' , ' , Altheimer Grady 'L ', ! V, -A l Altheimer Poyen "A, U Altheimer Humphrey T4 .0 NL ' Altheimer Sparkman "" , . y ' Altheimer Grady -4 A Altheimer Wabbaseka Glee Stephens Altheimer St. Charles Defense Altheimer Humphrey 71 M L- U I ,-V . Altheimer Glendale 5 U f " 1 --Ax' ' 54: Altheimer Prattsville ,-I.: ' ffa A Altheimer Kingsland if Q , Altheimer Wabbaseka '- l-V Altheimer Plum Bayou m'e'P' QT' I Alth i er Hum hr lil' QF!!! e m V P ey M ff, Altheimer Sparkman .fl X Y fi Altheimer Leola ix ,. Q Q Altheimer Prattsville -l"Nx - 4 ll . 3' -. ., v Altheimer Poyen 'Ur Altheimer Griffithville , 8 Pam Goad, CAPTAIN enzbr Gfeerfeaagrs Marilyn Morden, Barbara Clem, Vicki Sims, Pam Goad, Phyllis Anderson Vicki Sims , CO-CAPTAIN Yea , Devils! 1--.-1 Gerald Shepherdg COACH LZ' Boys grip Scorers Larry Cullipher Frank Anderson Gale Brewer Mike Grisham Johnny Haney Steve Sites Bruce Sites Wally Durley Thomas Rushing Ken Williams Allen Cook Don Kelly BOTTOM ROW: Steve Sites, Ken Williams, Johnny Haney, Bruce Sites TOP ROW Coach Shepherd Don Kelly, Wally Durley, Allen Cook, Frank Anderson, Larry Cullrpher Gale Brewer Zackie Stone: Manager BOTTOM ROW: Gail Jeu, Evelyn Jeu, Charlotte Cullipher, Sharon Stacks, Kay Maple, Imogene Wilson, Pam Lisernby, Joy Rollins, Betty Lee, SECOND ROW: Carole Bennett, Trudy Maslonka, Ginger Camp, Linda Chappel, Cassondra Cullipher, Kathy Hardin, Denise Brunette, Debbi Davis Becky Brown, TOP ROW: Nancy Grisham, Carol Vassaur, Shirley -Lane, Jennifer Jeter, Phyllis Bryant, Coach Davis, Helen Wilson, Lee Clemmons, Linda Hardin, Dianne Euseppi, KarenMc- Pherson . ,711 gzlrtfs CSCOI"Q60dI'0f Altheimer Glendale Altheimer Plum Bayou Altheimer Scott Altheimer Scott Altheimer Grady Altheimer Humphrey Altheimer Prattsville Altheimer Wabbaseka Altheimer Wabbaseka Altheimer Plum Bayou Altheimer Plum Bayou Altheimer Grapevine xAltheirner Princeton Coach Robert W. Davis The Junior girls team this year was one of the best we have had. lt's hard to improve on a 14-O record. Several members of this group have a chance to be real fine Senior players with a lot of hard work. The season was certainly one the girls can be proud of. W Becky Wood Vicki Williams Cheryl Maslonka Junzor G5QQffLd0QsFS Gail Kelly Margaret Young 94" f. Pat Bass - SAFE! The Red Devils in action BOTTOM ROW: William Wilson, Danny Lane, Harold Givens, Billy Bryant, Stan Townsend, Kenneth Smith, TOP ROW: Joe Durley, Thomas Rushing, Jeff Jeter, Coach Shepherd, Benny Rupe, Pat Bass, Ray Faver ADVERTISERS -:S-:lf-.:i'-:l'-" H - ' Kb, 1 f ,F CUIEMAN coumu www MILK' ICE WCREAM Bluff 721 Main JE 4 THE ELMS PLANTING CO. ..-5 M, ., -. -. 57 f.. + M . H Q 1 331-1-fiwz I gg .. 1 -. , V ,, light? 5: VI ? 7 '.,L',-br.,-J-.A ' ' . 1 1 gr. :J gr ','-'v',." . 1 ' ' '11 , .I .E ' A 2 H . . 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'.vp':,:v,.,f.. 1- :-- ., .-.,. ,. ., ..,. -.Www '-'- 'M' . . If L Wyus awww 5 S W' A 13,575 N v I FARMERS SUPPLY ASSQCIATION 1 if ' 'VC .9 v,' gi r 5 :- "'f PINE BLUFF SAND AND GRAVEL co. I 104 Nebraska Pine Bluff JE 4-7120 FARMERS TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT CO. 310 Barraque Pine Bluff JE 4-2280 CLEM'S GARAGE Auto and Tractor Repairs: Welding Altheimer , Arkansas . 111 DIAL PHARMACY "Where Pharmacy Is a Profession, Not a. Side Line" 1100 Poplar St Pine Bluff JE 5 3425 . . ,J 1! +I . 15541: SIMMCDNS 13 1 Um FIRST Nr-xT1oNAL BANK 1 59 ,'?Jm-fr 'm f 501 Main JE 5-2100 P B1 ff A k I ' . , . . . f 1 Fife , ff - X N . , , ff ,Ziff 1915- X, Q K XXX I Q , xgjffffjylly X- AQ .. 1 ' 'K X ' W 57-lui' A ' Fx ,1'-97' 1" , Rx? , 1 fi- " Qi: -'fij' 1 QCLTI? ' - ' A 1 - --451 1-nf,-2, " .1 L . 'flfgvt " ' ii" : - f J I Y 1 1 ,ff lm 310 S. Blake 1313 Ohio 2115 west 17 417 N- Cedar RALPH ROBINSON SDN MORTUARY "A policy with us costs so little and helps so much when needed" Cherry St. at 8th Ave. Pine Bluff, Arkansas JE 4-3131 '49 6 ELECTRICITY F! I ' PCWERS l V 4051 12555, X . -' v, 1 .q' H-,Q ,Q 3 FIRST NATIONAL B ANK PROGRESS of Altheimer AR-U---SAM.::f:ff:.,'.:.::::: W. T. COuChfAP8zL Alth imer, Ark. PO 6 3411 Altheimer, Ark. MARY CARTER I PAINT stone Q-Q' DESENDABLE 0 gr, DRUGGIST Busjnne f e.':i g t We Can Make Up Any Ki d of Paint That You Might Wish. 825 Main St. .TE 5 6325 P e Bluff 522 Main P B1 ff A k JE 41164 JE 4 482.1 00' - . I A ...4 ,..: X , 1 N554-ree ' X1 1 X 3 1' 'jx 3 M sHuDY AG FLYING, M ' 11,119 5 mc. -TSX 0 Qiffsia HENRY L. SHUDY, INSURANCE President Sherrill, Arkansas AGENCY Fire - Ca sualty -Bond 1001 Simmons Bldg. JE! 4-1250 Pine Bluff fDusting, Spraying, Seeding, Fertilizingj W. H. KENNEDY In SON COTTON BUYERS Phone POpla.r 6-4425 5 imma. 9 . X I n I my ' f BOLIN SUPER MARKET 305 W. Berreque JE 6-1330 Sherrill, Ark. PO 6-5177 MARTIN BROTHE Rison RS GAS CO. S ervice When You Need It - LP 05155 FA 5-6211 Altheimer- "-.2-"!5f'.f'." PO 6-2211 fs 11" ,f" 1 , ". "s, 'N A "' E I' r' E Il - Xu I5 ff X 1 ', I J .I is NN f 'il ' I X X,-5 '35 Altheirnerg Arkansas PG 6-3201 Every Custom er Must 6.Si,IIf,ff1e7I,.- Fife Life Auto f .V Fa rm Liability 2ssss 2s ss2 2 ,2 esee Mortgage Insurance Pine Bluff' s Largest and Best Department S tore Unlimited Free Parking Space FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANIES J. Brandon Jones General A gent Phone Day or Night' Office JE 5-1616 Home JE 5-5762 Dial JE 5-0433 1021 Linden Pine Bluff MURRAY-HART DRUG C O. DRUGS "Drugs With A Reputation" Drugs-Cameras -Gifts VCKUVQN bf J RUBY'S BEAUTY DEN "For the finest in hair styles" RUBY DUNBAR 1501 Cherry .TE4-8112 Pine Bluff PO 6-3091 Altheirner, Ark. 406 HULSE y . if SPORTSMAN'S Gnocsnv 5 0NE'5T0P 8 y I 4? H ' f Hunting, Fishing Quality Fo Courteous Se Highway 79 PO 6-516 od rvice South O Athletic Supplie s "When it comes to Athletic Supplies Rawlings Makes It. " 301 W. Michigan WA Z-5861 Stuttgart, Ark. W9EB!55 QQ' gi ggles - .Fir THE SING 1- -' COMPANY . . R.. . Food Market and Fresh Veg. Flour and Feed Phone PO 6-2331 Altheirner, Arkansas JE A 1232 I 8' gsgggggggs:s:1- v. I mm. if U look N iii" ..,.nol a MRO" . H , .,,'15232EEE2E51:':'fEQEfEiE5E5E315 7 . L ,... X PINE aww A ' K A " CLEMENT CO. of Altheirner , A rkansas c. 43 W. 6th 'f ' W4 rf 'f g N' "Infant to Teen Wear" :Pig ,,, .-if f ' PJ ' a F as 4 I 1 iv FAN LEE SHOP STONE COTTON CO. Fair in Price .- Fast in Service LEE SUPER MARKET Quality Grocerie s 216 W. Znd JE 4-5460 Pine Bluff Altheirner, Arkansas Arkansas PO 6-9441 9 . I H1490 Writ! 1 in thelland gf WARDLAW CLEANERS KOTNIU Altheimer, Arkansas Pine Bluff, Arkansas PO 6-3121 I4 J L.: Refrigerators ' Radios ' T.V. ' Washers ' Stoves -Paints-Varnishes-Brushes- 314 NNE PHONE JE 4-0481 I Easy Terms Pine Bluff, Ark. 728 Mam St' u JE 4' 50 5 3 Westinghouse Appliances Plne Bluff Chevrolet Authorized Sales and Service "Where to buy it" F. G. SMART CO. . S' f if 1 CIIESIERA .fPARAR0W'- -'swmfx ,Co1jr1'r11e'rcial - Rosyidentjalk A A 5 ,V srgrra4nk'I1A1tKANsg1s 1' - Ye , 5 515 W. Znd JE 4-3122 Wabash 2-3031 Wabash 2-1051 CONGRATULATIONS . 0 SENIORS 2 ' lfmor"N0 'mg' Compliments of MR. R. C. BRYANT Stuttgart, Arkansas Dial WA Z-1821 IHHENIRY AIR? U 4C1DNIlPANV Best Clothes In Town" PINE BLUFF. ARKANSAS Serving the Men of Southeast Arkansas Since 1895 PHONE E 4 0768 Clearwater Equipment Co. 417 WALNUT -r EET J T CAMPBELL PINE BLUF RK ' ' . 1f7'7-f'fQ,Il1-'1- , M 'bk Eff , ' 1 ' .EW ,, JS.. WM., HI . .- , R- AW A 1 A - ANTERS I4 I XXV V1 5 1, Cx' ul' 1, THE PERDUE COMPANY, INC. OF PINE Prfnffng-Lffhegrephfng BLUFF, INC. Office Supplies and Equipment P, on BOX 897 JE 4-3631 209 W. 2ne1Ave. Pine Bluff, Ark. Pine Bluff, A1'kaHSaS . wlGlNroN TEXACO SERVICE JOE WIGINTON 24th and Olive Co-Owner Pine Bluff, Ark. Phone JE 4-9616 ONE STOP SHOPPING Pine Bluff, Arkansas 912 W. 6th JE 4-7210 "Where your fashion dollar buys rnore." EVA L. DILLS - Owner BYRD'S GROCERY 9 Z FU 312 S. Main Stuttgart, Ark. Sherrill. Arkansas COMPLSFENTSE FERQUSSON FURNITURE MQNFEE-emu Q VETERINARY HosPnAL, SPORTING Gooos mc. 1104 W. 91111 Ave. Pine Bluff, Ark. PO 6-2251 Altheirner, Ark. 7200 4 YOU R TROUBLES QQiwgJiJf5?VAE? I JE 5-0911 910 W. 29th l SHEPHERD BAKER'S SERVICE FLCRIST AND STATION GREENHOUSES Wabbaseka, Arkansas 1owNsENo's Esso ' ggi Prompt Delivery SERVICENTER 1- A V mai "We Serve All Makes of Cars." JE 4-0113 2515 Olive St. JE' 4-9716 Pine Bluff, Arkansas crigi'-'l-E' Call "The store of famous labels" D Shop With Confidence X! WADE BLACK FLORIST 9 76"owow Q 8728 gy .Pine Bluff DeparfmenfSfo1'e 915 Cherry JE 4-3461 205 Main JE 5-3535 TRA me clon-I sl-lor We Serve Anyone Who YOU! at Wants Cloth! ' JE 5-0699 A Jefferson Square Shopping LL, Center I Pine Bluff, Arkansas cJnm?'s TERMITE comnol "First in Arkansas" Complete Pest Control PINE BLUFF DRY CLEANERS .Q-ygf, ' TR - .m Service General Ofc. 925 Walnut 1009 Poplar JE 4-5310 .TE 4-2701 or JE 5-2403 ALTHEIMER SUNDRY WEST 8. CO. Whe re Your Money Altheimer Buys You More! Arkansas Stuttgart PO 6-5658 Arkansas FOSTER OIL CO. JOE DOLEN INS. CO. England England Arkansas Arkansas CHICKEN BASKET HOME'S INSURANCE AGENCY 203 N. Blake 1ne Bluff JE 4-0840 117 Main JE 4-0432 I I W ,V 5 th BILLY BELL'S Store for Men ' ' '1 RA ' 'T 'c as-INGS .J-5 Skvofl 5,-:E ,o n f I ' AT THE FAMILY SHOE STORE Stuttgart, Arkansas I Pine Bluff 502 Main JE 4-8321 ' -ff Q 4gi:a1::H1z:sQ2e wonsl-IAM ousrmo SERVICE I, , X Parts to PM-" 4- A: Auro PARTS co. . -13 - Aerial C rop Dusting 403 N. Main Your N. A. P. A. for Jobber , n l Stuttgart Hazen England I Sprawng ' Dustmg ' Seedmg WA 2-5332 4011 VI 2-2331 and Fert1l1z1ng R 44 vmusu Cornerstone A., Arkansas -8 '- N -1 ' Rx v . w H, PO 6-5585 ' Q50 sAKER's SERVICE s1ATloN Wabbaseska Arkansas CO0K'S FISH MARKEI' "We Catch'um Dai1y.' 4L'K fx , X4 P ,J y X 'Irma ,L Hwy. 79 " PO 6-4458 'I DAVIDSCN FURNITURE C0. Southeast Arkansas' Largest Furniture Store "Free Delivery Anywhere in Arkansas" Pine Bluff 300 Pine JE 5-5102 DAVID 8: SAUL BRAM JEWELER'S "The PIPKIN GIN CO. Sherrill, Arkansas SOUTH Where Cott Still the KING" OI1 I Member of N. A. D. A. A Pine Donor:-:Y VAN'Sl W. J. WFLKINS School of Dance a V- p Cotton Bu r Tap 4? ye S J a z z -' '::5ffi1'5fiff?i5i?f:i 4 rx , Ballet QW 1:1-Iii .rr 2-. . . Ballroom Private or Bluff JE 5 5525 C Y - xfac gr i' 'Y Q? 2 MB l .ax if N INTERNATIO EQUIPMENT o if New Locatio H ' Highway 65 So Phone JE 4-70 AL M uhh 1 2 ' 14 , ff A Y Qx 1 , gmxgffffifz... IT. - Clas s Instructions C - If:f:..aeea22" "H S "-.:' .Elin I 215 W. 2nd Pine Bluff Pine Bluff, Ar k. I LITES - Master of Photography OFF .- fm Dial .TE 5-2210 QFD!-I ? . . Cf-x t ny., - r Q 2 , ' BIBY PURTIMITIIIIE FIMIVU GROUP Pll0TOS -W 21 wenmnes s. cnnmns romm ' " 'ruoroe mn 'N-X I 1306 West 5th Ave. Pine Bluffg Arkansas VANCE GREEN MODEL MARKET "Your Razorback Store" 2501 Olive JE 4-9110 Pine Bluff FROUG DEPT. STORE JE 4-1731 Pine Bluff Shop at WEINGARTEN'S DUCHESS BEAUTY SHOPPE 1101 West 16th Complete Beauty Service JE 5-6911 Open Evenings By Appointment Pine Bluff Ark. 2001 W. 16th .TE 4-5802 Pine Bluff, Ark. E. L. BURGESS HART SHOE STORE STORE "Where You Get More Jefferson Square for Your Money. " Shopping Center PO 6-5141 Phone JE 5-0284 Sherrill, Ark. Pine Bluff Massey-Ferguson Farm EXCHANGE FURNITURE Equipment LAYNE-ARKANSAS CO. CO. 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