Fordyce High School - Redbug Yearbook (Fordyce, AR)
- Class of 1975
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of warm impermanence.
So the days flow thru my eyes but the days still seem the same.
And these children that you spit on as you try to change their worlds
are immune to your consolations.
They're quite aware of what they're going thru.
Don't have to be a better man.
Pretty soon you're gonna get a little older.
Time may change me
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Time may change them
but they can't change time.
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1974 - The starting ofa change.
Young people all over the country
were experiencing changes in our
government, in the role of teena-
gers, and in Fordyce High SchooI's
case, a teacher-administration dis-
agreement and a new principal
made for Fordyce High a very chal-
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hard to cope with, but no mat-
ter how difficult and trying the
situation seemed, it usually
turned out for the best. Chal-
lenging changes - that's what
1975 is all about.
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The general idea that a senior is lazy does not always hold true, Frieda Greens schedule card
proves this, Schedule changes take hours of waiting as shown by the crowded office.
Administrative changes were
made this year. Paul Roberts be-
came the new principal. t'l was
looking for a place where l could
try some new innovative educa-
tional ideas. Fordyce appeared to
be a place where changes were
being made, and I think a young
administrator has a good future in
Fordyce because of this," he said.
Teachers were evaluated in a dif-
ferent manner. Evaluation sheets
were filled out and returned to
teachers with comments on teach-
ing routines and techniques. "We
have many good teachers that are
improving and will continue to im-
prove," Mr. Roberts commented.
Allen Howard, the new adminis-
trative assistant, resigned, was re-
hired and then was given a sabbat-
ical for one year. Paul Hayes was
hired as business manager in the
middle of the year. Athletic direc-
tor, David McKlnney, resigned et-
fective March 1.
Clockwise: "Give me your attention,
please" precedes all announcements over
the "intercalm." Paul Roberts uses the sys-
tem to call classes to assemblies, make an-
nouncements, and page students. Student
teaching is a real eyeopener, Kay Jordan
learns what it's like to be on the other side of
the desk. A small advanced math class has
time for individualized instruction. Becky
Rogers introduces solid geometry to Holly
Gresham, Jerry House, and Mark Lasiter.
The new family living class offers practical
experience as well as technical knowledge.
Bud Rogers and Beverly Curtis test kinder-
garten students on recognition of wild ani-
mals. Office duties were shifted around. Ab-
sentee slips were issued by David McKin-
Seniors were finally rewarded for
their scholastic efforts. Class rank-
ings were changed by crediting
seniors with five quality points for
any accelerated course taken. Al-
though class rank was not drasti-
cally altered this year, in future
years, students who choose to take
the more difficult courses will be
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ln August of 1974 the first unelected man in the
history of the country took the office of President of
the U.S. The events, made evident by the Watergate
break-in forced Richard Nixon to resign the duties of
the presidency, and Gerald Ford immediately took
Two long-term congressmen from Arkansas also
madethe Iimelightduring thistime. William Fulbright
was defeated by Arkansas' new, young governor,
Dale Bumpers, for the U.S. senate seat. Another
senority leader, Wilbur D. Mills, nearly jeopardized
his House seat because of his fling with nightclub
stripper, Fanne Foxe.
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Left: Voting in local FTA election is super-
vised by Ted Ponder. Below: Leading the
FTA is President Ramona Hearne.
'A Chronology of Events: "The
March: FTA organized
May: Formal negotiations begin
May: Board hires legal assis-
May: FTA hires lawyer
May: FTA votes to withhold con-
tracts until negotiations
May Board votes to rescind all
teacher contracts Motion
is carried unanimously
June Board s legal advisor pre
sents recommendations to
June FTA votes to accept
August Teacher consultation
No copy or editorial comment on
this page as required by school
Emotions. A smile, a
laugh, anger, joy. Learn-
ing to live, to adjust to the
everchanging roles of an
individual. Changing into
more than someone,
changing into you.
This year returns two three-year Iettermen, and one
half of the state AA runner-up two man team. Also,
this season sprouted promising recruits, Jimmy
Bryant, Eric Harris, and Flick Freer.
Without the talents of Bobby Baker, the team was
not upto its usual level of competition. Lack of depth
was a contributing factor to the results of the year. A
time of rebuilding can best describe the season. The
schedule was extremely difficult competition ranging
from AAAA El Dorado to top AA teams in the state. By
playing fewer, but tougherteams, the Ftedbug golfers
were better prepared for the state tournament.
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Burford chips on the green as Eric Harris
watches. Tee-off- Eric Harris practices
his swing. Members of 1975 Golf team are
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down conversion, Coach McKinney con-
templates the next play.
"The Warren game capped off a
season in which we had more
downs than ups," stated head
coach David McKinney. f'The two
teams we played that were equal in
size and ability were Lake Village
and Monticello and we beat both of
Assistant Coach Gerald Noble
gave his opinion of the season,
'tThis past '74 season was defi-
nitely discouraging and a very
tough year. A few more breaks
could have turned the season
The Redbugs finished the sea-
son with a 2-8 record and played
both victories on their homefield in
A defensive play holds tight end Jerry
Lynn's attention as he hopes for a chance
to run the ball.
4Row 13 Coach David McKinney, Coach Ken Coston, George Shelton, Mike McCollum, Terry Tidwell, Gary Barnes, Andy Van Horn, Keith Whiteside,
Dean Dickman, Bill Schaffner, Clay Adams, Coach Gerald Noble, Paul Hunt, student teacher. fRow 23 Jay Meador, Steve Cranford, Ronnie Matkin,
Ricky Nutt, Danny Schaffner, Mark Lewis, Doug Kegley, John Tidwell, Jerry Lynn, Tracy Bagwell, Sonny Mathews, Gary Hillard, Kenny Matkin.1Row
31 Mark Lasiter, Tim Kauffman, Mark O'Mary, Charles Rankin, David Davis, David Turner, Randy Wilson, Jerry Hardman, Mike Russell, Herbert Hall,
Graham Gillis, Steve Barnes, Bud Rogers.
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had a lot of bad breaks this year but we could have done
Redbug offense made up fora lacking defense in
e opening game of the '74 season, but the Bugs
fort were foiled by a prepared Wildcat defense.
harles Rankin scored the only Redbug
luchdown in the first quarter to make the final
:ore RISON 18 - FORDYCE 6.
ecause ofsloppy field conditions, time outs were
ecessary and it was almost impossible to get a
ood break. The Redbug defense allowed the
eavers only two first downs throughout the
ame. Tracy Bagwell ran 2 yards in the fourth quar-
er for the winning touchdown which made the
nal score FORDYCE 6 - LAKE VILLAGE 0.
i the first half the Redbugs played aggressive
efense, and Tracy Bagwell scored on a 9 yard run
i the second quarter to put the Bugs on the
:oreboard first. However, the Badgers took ad-
antage of mistakes to overcome the Ftedbugs by a
:ore of EUDORA 20 - FORDYCE 6.
lffense and defense were matched as each team
ras held scoreless until the fourth quarter. The
iulldogs took the lead by blocking a Redbug punt
nd held the Redbugs scoreless throughout the
est ofthe game leaving the final score STAR CITY
- FORDYCE 0.
aking advantage of lucky breaks gave the Lions a
Jccessful lead over the Ftedbugs at Hamburg.
ear the end of the first half, Fordyce received a
ion kick off and drove to the Hamburg 4. But time
in out and the Lions held the lead to leave the
nal score at HAMBURG 21- FORDYCE 0.
efense put up a tremendous battle in the first half
1 leave the score O-O, but a fumble gave Dumas
ie first touchdown. Nearthe end ofthe third quar-
er the Bobcats scored again to put the ball game
ut of reach. The game ended with a score of
UMAS 20 - FORDYCE 0.
edbug offense took the lead as Flandy Wilson
:ored on the third play of the game from twelve
ards out after Tracy Bagwell completed a 37 yard
ass to Charles Rankin. The PAT was good, butthe
lildcats played good defense to come out on top
ith a score of WATSON CHAPEL 23 -
raham Gillis picked up an Owl fumble to run 40
ards and made the way for Randy Wilson to score
om the 10 yard line. McGehee's defense hit hard
1d caused a few injuries including a serious one
iPrestard Jordan that put him out for the rest of
ie season. Randy Wilson broke through once
lore to leave the score at MCGEHEE 39-
ainy weather and Homecoming was the atmos-
here ofthe Ftedbugs' second win ofthe season. A
afety and two touchdowns proved to be all the
edbugs needed to overcome a high-ranked team
f Hillbillies by a score of FORDYCE 21-
we end of the season was marked by the annual
ral game against Warren. Although the Redbugs
ere held scoreless throughout the game, they
iught in vain for victory. The Lumberjacks physi-
lly outmanned the Redbugs and won the final
me with the score WARREN 29 - FORDYCE 0.
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"I wish it had rained every game. Everyone on the team de-
served a place in All-District. I'm very proud of all the honors
l've won - All-District, All-Southeast Arkansas, All-State, and
All-American. I am proud to have been a Redbug and am
proud to have played with the guys l have played with."
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David Endsley gets ready for another year of
pole vaulting competition. Jogging around
the track, Jim Bob Gresham conditions him-
self for the oncoming track season. Early
spring finds Mark Lewistraining forthe new
track season. Here, Mark displays his ability
as he throws the shot. Running the hurdles,
a tiring but good way to get in shape tor
track, gives Ronnie Matkin and Randy
Wilson something to do in their time.
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tBack row, I-rj Andy Van Horn, Wayne Gibson, Mark Lewis, Dwight Lee, Anthony Burks, Greg Russell, Jerry House, Jim Bob
Gresham, Coach Ken Coston. fFront rowj David Endsley, Herbert Hall, Andre Davis, Bobby Williams, Ronnie Matkin, Jeffrey Oliver, George House.
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Stewart, Bud Rogers.
"Go Ote go' "This was the cry heard by
Redbug fans last year as Otis Parham, a
Redbug thinclad, advanced to the Arkansas
' Meet of Champs and won the 440 yard dash
TQ' in a time of 48.2 seconds. He also placed
R . .4 sixth in the 220 yard dash.
Several Redbug tracksters represented
Fordyce at the State AA Meet. The 440 Relay
team of Bud Rogers, Herbert Hall, Tracy
Bagwell, and Otis Parham placed sixth in
this event. Ben Green participated in the
pole vault, Dwight Lee in the high jump, and
Carl Stewart in the long jump.
Ken Coston coaches the runnin', jumpin'
Redbugs for his second year. His outlook for
this years team are hopeful. Although
McGehee and Monticello are favorites for
thedistrict title, Fordyce should be competi-
tive with them if our distance men and field
events bring in the points.
One of the top meets again will be held at
Fordyce this year. The annual Redbug Re-
? , .5 lays are scheduled for March 27th with
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Coach Terry stated, 'tWith outstanding leadership from
seven fine seniors, the Fordyce Redbugs rolled to their 22-6
record. Not only did the Redbugs win 22 games, but they
traveled to the State Tournament for the first time since 1951
and onlythefourthtime inthe historyof Fordyce High School.
Although the Redbugs never reached the top ten ranking in
the state, they did receive votes with some of the better teams
in the state. The Bugs were mentioned in every poll that the
associated press put out.
The Fordyce fans reacted to the success of the team by
constantly filling gyms where the Bugs were participating.
With all things considered, 1974-75 was a great year for
Fiedb Basketb ll. Hopefull the future will hold the same
succeusi for comiiltg Redbug tleamsf'
Standing: Coach Bruce Terry, Gwayne Jordon, Wayne Gibson, Andy Vanhorn, Fred During half, Coach Terry gives statistics. Because of a
Byrd, John Dunn, Dwight Lee, Jim Barham, Jerry House, Charles Rankin, Coach John foul called, there is a heated discussion among Coach
Howell. Kneeling: George House, George Shelton, Prince Wright, Greg Martin, Carl Terry, Eudora's Coach, and the referee.
Stewart, Timothy Stewart, Ftandy Stewart, Gary Hillard.
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WON 22 LOST 6
61 New Edinburg 41
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62 Thornton 43
77 Kingsland 43
63 Sheridan 36
51 Monticello 57
25 Star City 21
63 Ftison 40
47 McGehee 36
66 Hamburg 44
57 Hampton 47
73 Kingsland 24
59 Sylvan Hills 68
53 New Edinburg 29
District Eudora Tourney
State AA Searcy Tourney
From the sideline, Coach Terry shouts instructions to Redbugs. Spirit
at the ballgame helps the Bugs win.
Above left: During a time out, Coach Terry gives a pep talk. Above: Caught
in the action of a foul is Dwight Lee. Below left: John Dunn hopes for a
rebound. Below: Carl Stewart views the action from the floor.
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"PICK HER UP.. ." "DOWN . . ." "LAP!!!"
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The Ladybugs closed out their sea-
son with a 4-10 record, having vic-
tories over Thornton, Watson Chapel,
and Bearden. Wanda Dunn led the
team in rebounding on defense:
Debra Robertson and Janice Smith
were high scorers for the offense.
Coach Daniels was optimistic about
next year, "We should have a winning
season since all players except one
will be returning. We have the physi-
cal capabilities to gain a champion-
ship, but we must have the desire to
make it happen." Fordyce did not
have any girls selected to all-district
this year, because of the change in
voting. However, Debra Robertson,
Wanda Dunn, and Janice Smith were
nominated to the all-district by the
Debra Robertson and Janice Smith are keeping Beverly Harris, Nancy Davis, Laura Delmore, and
Janice Phillips, pepped up. . . We beat Watson Chapel!
WON 4 LOST 10
6 Drew Central 58
21 New Edinburg 47
34 Thornton 22
34 Kingsland 59
24 Hermitage 56
41 Kingsland 62
32 New Edinburg 65
43 Watson Chapel 30
32 Bearden 29
43 Warren 49
55 Thornton 26
41 Warren 52
21 Hermitage 53
28 Strong 47
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Back Row: Gayle Lyon, Laura Delamore, Beverly Harris, Judy Mosley, Janice Phillips, Janice Oakley, Wanda Dunn, Sandra Mason, Debra Hall.
Front Row: Nancy Davis, Juanita Smith, Janice Smith, Suzzette Johnson, Debbie Mays, Pauline Brown, Brenda Clark. Center: Linda Owens, Coach
Lee Ann Daniels, Debra Robertson.
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Knowing she didn't foul, Beverly Harris reluctantly raises her hand.
During half time Coach Daniels pointed out mistakes as well as good plays. Linda Owens, and
Beverly Harris were listening, Nancy Davis praying, and Debra Robertson is deeply concerned.
Stretching for the utmost to get control of the ball, Juanita Smith accomplishes her goal.
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Above right: Danny Schaffner
and Kay Curry dodge a flying
tennis ball while waiting for
an open tennis court. Right:
Number one girls' doubles
team, Beverly Curtis and Ceca
Cannon, work hard to reach
finals at State. Last year Ceca
Cannon and Susan Wynne
made it to the quarter finals
but were defeated by number
one girls team from Little
Below: Lee Ann Daniels is presently
coach for both teams. After Jim
McMurry resigned last year, football
coach David McKinny offered to set
upthe boy's matches, but Ms. Daniels
does most of the coaching.
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stretches for a backhand. Tim stated, "Prospects
look bright for this year's team." Below: The top eight
varsity players for both teams have been working
hard to bring the teams to victory. This year's top
eight players are Tim Kauffman, Danny Schaffner, ,-Q.,-1
Tim Garlington, Jay Meador, Kay Curry, Ceca Can-
non, Beverly Curtis, and Cheryl McClellan.
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Many long hours were spent
in preparation for Friday's big
game. Practicing, pep as-
semblies, and making the Red-
bugs' weekly sign were just a
part of the 1974-75 Ftedbug
cheerleaders daily routine.
Although the Ftedbugs had a
bleak football season, the en-
thusiasm and support of the
cheerleaders seemed to in-
crease with every game.
Two of the highlights of the
cheerleaders year were at-
tending cheerleader camp at
Southern State College last
August and a basketball clinic
at Henderson State University
Overthe Christmas Holidays,
New Mexico and alternate
Janice Oakley took Thena's
tlitightj The cheerleaders had many money
making projects including a bake sale,
buttons, and Ftedbug tee shirts, worn by
Cheryl McClellan and Becky Walthall dur-
ing halftime activities. tBeIowJ Cheerlead-
ers Vernitia Marks and Janice Oakley lead
"Boogie Downnduringtimeout. Sponsor-
ing the cheerleaders was girls' athletic
coach, Ms. Lee Ann Daniels.
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1974-75 Redbug Cheerleaders: Debbie Mays, Kim Harris, Terri Cook, Becky Walthall and
Vernitia Marks, Sandy Davis, Janice Oakley, Cheryl McClellan.
"Backing the 'Bugs takes lots of practice but it's
worth it, and lots of fun," stated cheerleader Sandy
The Ftedbug cheerleaders spent many hours after
school each day drawing and painting their weekly
Cheering from the stands the twenty pep club mem-
bers helped boost spirit and lead the Ftedbugs into a
victorious basketball season. Sponsoring the pep club
are Mr. and Ms. Ted Ponder.
Pre-Game Warm-Up Boosts Spirit
1974-75 Pep Club: Becky Acruman, Beverly Andrews, Lisa
Beene, Flosey Berry, Flosie Caldwell, Sharon Canady, Dianne
Ezell, Kathy Freer, Melinda Greene, Beverly Harris, Maria Hol-
lis, Sara Hughes, Jeanie James, Brenda Johnson, Ftenadja Cheerleaders Becky Walthall, Debbie MHYS, Thema QUGFIGS,
Mason, Carolyn Meads, Linda Owens, Annette Smith, Debra Kim Harris, Sandy Davis, and Terri Cook add the finishing
Tomlinson, Denise Pierce. touch to their sign before the Hamburg game.
Scrambling to the sidelines, cheerleader Becky Walthall leads the Redbugs onto the field for another annual Dad's Day game.
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lRow 13 Lorraine Howard, Debbie Turner, Lisa Howa .
Tim Garlington, Bill Meador, Fransceal Johnson, Reed Cameron, Delores Dicken, Brenda Clark, Connie Parsons. lRow 35 Glenda Miller, Ruthii
Rothwell, Jackie Sargent, Suzette Johnson, Beverly Parsons, Clementine Williams, Jan Graves, Terri Todd, Mark Turner, Rosemary Ellis, Lind:
McClain, Sonya Williams, Mary Lambert, Teresa Phillips. QRow 4l Rose Ann Roach, Janette Phillips, Fannie Hall, Mitzi McMann, Ronald Loyc
Darrell Reynolds, Saul Avery. fRow 53 Billy McAuther, Floyd Miller, J. B. Avery, Don Harris, Jess Huie - Director. 1
rd, Judy Mathews. fRow 2l Lani Turner, Kenny Dunn, Bennie Jimmerson Susan Brow:
Do you think it sounds better in here? asks Glenda Miller, Rose Ann Roach, Connie Parsons, Bennie Jimmerson, and Mitzi McMann,
"You can make people look at you and you can make people listen to you,"
stated Lani Turner, student director of the FORDYCE HIGH SCHOOL BAND.
"That's all we hear from Mr. Huie. Don't get me wrong, I like the band, that is
after marching season is over. I just hate getting wet when we have to practice
outside inthe wet grass." "The band has really improved this year in more ways
than one," said Kenny Dunn. "We have done some really different music such
as "The Night Chicago Died," and we have also done some different marches
like the spread formation. The band isn't dull this year because we are always
doing something." During the homecoming festivities the band was praised be-
cause of their new sound. f'l really wondered whose band they borrowed!" ad-
mired Queen Kathy Freer when she heard them play. "I really couldn't believe
it was our bandg they were so good."
From Football Field
to Concert Stage
Left: Student band director, Lani Turner. Above: At half-time J.B. Avery boosts spirits. Below:
Practicing to improve is Lani Turner, Kenny Dunn, Ruthie Rothwell, and Susan Brown.
The usual homecoming excitement was met with few sur-
prises. Kathy Freer's first reaction on being named '74 Queen
HCHALK ONE UP
This year's Homecoming showed many changes. The maids
chose to be individuals, all dressing in a different color. The set
was enhanced by white flowers in gold urns and colorful birds on
bird baths. Roman Royalty was designed and directed by Debbie
Pierce, Vernitia Marks, and David Barnes. "Our biggest prob-
lem was the royalty," stated Debbie Pierce. "The maids were
asked to wear different colored Roman gowns to complement the
set. After many hours of debating, the problem was partially
worked out. This made everything we tried to do that much
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' The chorus consists of 28 girls.
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Ms. Ellis, was sung by Mark Lasiter, Paul Crow-
der, and Jim Bob Gresham.
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miserable, l just couldn't get in-
volved. l pretended the sun was in
my eyes so I would have an excuse
to cry . . .Things were not getting
better .... "
"We witnessed a mock trial
where we were the jury. This gave
us an insight on a court procedure
...Things were getting better . .
"I felt like I was in a herd of cows
when we were shoved into the
mess hall. The food was definitely
not mama's cooking . . . things
were not getting better."
"l loved Miss Claudia. She was
80 years old and single. She was
head of the whole Girls State pro-
gram. She really made us feel at
home.. .Things were getting bet-
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kin, Tim Kauffman, Daryl Scott, Graham Gil-
lis, Bud Rogers, Jerry Hardman, Jimmy
Culp, Holly Gresham, Cheryl Evans, Beverly
Curtis, Vernitia Marks, Brenda Green, Kathy
Freer and Sandra Totty attended American
Legion Boys' and Girls' State.
fRightJ Singing the Girls' State song are
Holly Gresham, Beverly Curtis, Sandra Tot-
ty, and Kathy Freer.
tLeftl Laughing while the girls sing are
Graham Gilis, Bud Rogers, Jimmy Culp,
Mark Lasiter, and Charles Rankin.
Down to the
Redbug basketball saw a lot of changes this
year. A state tournament berth, a first for the
Redbug cagers since 1951, was captured as the
'Bugs made their way to the finals in the Region
8AA tournament, winning over Hamburg and
Eudora butlosing inthefinal round tothe Monti-
The best season record in the history of
Fordyce High Q22-65 was also accomplished this
year. This kind of winning brought Ftedbug fans
out and "yellin'." Coach Terry commented that
the support was one of the main reasons for
our successful and exciting season. He also
stated that tournament play takes special
practicing and coaching. A pIayer's and team's
emotional state are important factors in the out-
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Although losing the region championship was
disappointing, this year of Redbug basketball
will be long remembered.
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an opposing badger are knocked to the floor in a scramble for
the ball. With three minutes left in the game, Coach Terry gives a
worried look when the Billies take the lead after another foul
shot. Senior Cheerleader, Vernitia Marks, accepts defeat. De-
termination . . . Lay up . . . Two points! Lower left: Faithful
Ftedbug fans don't give up as Monticello leads by four points in
the final seconds of the game. Middle: Three of the Marathon
dribblers, Jay Meador, Danny Schaffner, and Steve Cranford,
display mixed emotions during their 50 mile dribble to the
district tournament. Above right: Three-year letterman, Carl
Stewart, is selected to 8AA All-District team. Lower left: An
unidentified Billie blocks a Fuzzy original.
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peared affecting. During lunch, students cheered
the Bugs on for oncoming games with a snake
dance down the boulevard and outside pep rallies.
The spirit stick seemed to heighten enthusiasm in
the school. Classes really worked and yelled to gain
Jim Bob Gresham, leader ofasnake dance around
the gym during Dad's Day assembly, commented, "lt
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fessed, "lt made the juniors look good too."
Thursday night before the Warren game, the pour-
ing rain did not dampen the student's spirit as a
crowd of about 100 backers attended the bonfire. "lt
was difficult for the students to hear the cheers, so
we yelled through the cop car's loud speakerf'
stated cheerleader Sandy Davis.
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The title of the Junior Variety Show this year was
"The Junior Potpourri". It was composed of two skits
written by Susan Price, Terri Cook, Tracy Bagwell,
Becky Acruman, and Debra Tomlinson. The first was
based on movies of the '20's. The second, a hospital
scene from a soap opera. Various talents were dis-
played by several students in the talent presentation
which took place after the skits.
"Garden Party"- 1st Basketball Homecoming
Fordyce took another change this year with a first
Basketball Homecoming. It seemed to turn the fans
attention to another sport besides football. Mr.
Roberts originated the idea of a Homecoming for the
'tl felt the Homecoming brought out the best in the
players," commented Coach Terry. "I thought it a great
success, even though we lost the game to Dumas, and l
hope it will be continued in future years."
The set was planned and put together by the pep
club. "I felt sheer glory in knowing that I was the first
black queen at F.H.S.," stated queen, Debra Parham.
Queen Debra was nominated by the senior
players and voted on by the entire team.
Each senior player was privileged toselecta
maid of any grade for the Homecoming
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come, Debra Robertson and John Dunn
enter the court. In reminiscence of a special
Homecoming, Fransceal Johnson and Fred
Byrd leave the court.
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moreg Laura Delamore - sophomore
Claudine Jacobs - sophomoreg Debra
Robertson - senior: Vernitia Marks
senior: Suzette Johnson - sophomore.
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This year's school choir was more active than in years past. They presented specials at both Homecoming assemblies and at several special
48 Sunshine, a trio from Ouachita Baptist University, presented the Christmas assembly.
All-American Randy Wilson receives award fro
Assemblies concerning alcoholis
and drug abuse werein abundancethi
year. Sunshine, Southern State Col
Iege's Concert Choir, and the Hende
son Opera provided some musical va
riety. Brother Mac Smith brought th
Thanksgiving assembly. A special as
sembly was called when Larr
Lacewell, former Redbug, now assis
tant coach at Oklahoma Universit
presented an All-American Footbal
award to Randy Wilson.
"I wonder how many more they will give us'?" This was a
tatement heard at the end of the drug and alcohol as-
femblies at the beginning of the year. Don and Vi Jenson
vere first on the agenda. As founders of the "Wake Up
tmerica" program, The Jenson's spoke on the dangers of
lrugs. Bob Gray, an Arkansas State University track star,
poke to the students about alcoholism.
students listened to an A.S.U. Thinclad, Bob Gray. about the dangers
The students attention was directed to the number one problem in America,
drug abuse, by Don and Vi Jenson.
On A Rainy Day
Repeated drug assemblies led to boredom. Jerry House sleeps through the
third assembly of the first semester. 49
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Senior boys watch with anticipation as Debra Parham tries for her free shot. The Free Throw
Contest, won by the Senior class, was held during spirit week of the Fordyce-Dumas game.
The Student Council started the year
with the Magazine Drive along with the
annual corsage sale for Football
Homecoming Tim Kauffman, Holly
Gresham, Cheryl Evans, and Mrs
Knick attended the Southern Associa
tion of Student Council Convention in
August at Rock Eagle Camp outside of
Atlanta, Georgia Spirit week was in
itiated to help gain spiritforthefootball
players. For the holidays the Council
sponsored the Thanksgiving and
Christmas Assemblies and the Christ-
mas dance. They declared a Basketball
spirit week. This added a lot of spirit to
our winning season. Teacher Appreci-
ation Week was held in March in honor
ofthe teachers. Then came Sadie Haw-
kins week climaxed with a disc jockey
dance. The annual Easter assembly
was held before Patriotic Days.
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Best dressed on 'Hick Day', Debra Lawson won first place. Awarded with plaque from Tim Kauffman, Mrs. Rogers receives 'Teacher of the Month'.
Admission prices were raised to 51.75. Pam Barner pays admission to the basketball Homecoming dance.
"Singing Marathon" shows good spirit tor Basketball on the day of the Dumas and Fordyce game. Each period the study halls congregated in the
commons area and sang the 'Alma Mater' and the 'Fiedbug Fight Song'. As an added attraction there was a lot of spirit between the classes. Each
class had their own designated areas to sing in to prove themselves loudest.
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Keeping Jeffrey Oliver awake, Susan Price and Cheryl McClellan seem to enjoy tickling him. Thinking Jeffrey is the killer, Sandy Davi
and Jay Meador search him for a gun.
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Cast: Abby - Susan Price, Mollie - Terri Cook. Pat - Sandy Davis, Bob - Jay Meador, Oscar - Jeffrey Oliver, Minnie - Becky Acruman, Police
woman - Janice Oakley, Irene - Debra Tomlinson, Ben - Jerry Lynn. Not Shown: Dot- Cheryl McClellan, Messenger Boy - Charly Smith,
Gilda - Jeannie James,
Being suspected of murder everyone is afraid of Jeffrey and is prepared to attack him.
lklumpin Jupiter" centered
around the difficulty three
young aspiring actresses had
unloading 350,000 of found
ransom money. All the con-
flicts of comedy-drama were
present from mistaken identity
to a nosey landlady. All ended
well with the girls receiving
525,000 in reward for recover-
ing the money and the kidnap-
ped girl. The juniors had diffi-
culty in presenting the play with
only two weeks for practice.
Four performances were given
instead of two. HThis made it
easier because we started out
with little kids who wouldn't
really know when we messed
up stated Janice Oakley.
The Policewoman, Janice Oakley, was just as confused as everyone else when she said, "That sounds all right to you, how about me?"
s motherly touch prevails as Debra is shocked bythe sight of With baseball bat and cold cream, Terri is prepared for whatever
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lRow 15 Ms. Garlington, Jay Meador, David Lambeth, Susan Price, Donna Barnes. fRow 21 Rosemary Ellis, Ruthie Rothwell, Holly Gresham, Gayle
Flich, Debra Burke, Pam Barner, Rose Ann Smith, Sandra Wilson, Kathy Freer, Cheryl Evans, Kay Curry, Mark Lasiter. lFlow 3l Beverly Curtis,
Rebecca Smith, Randy Green, Kim Harris, Gayle Lyons, Jeffry Oliver, Laura Delamore, Tracy Bagwell, Jerry Lynn, Cheryl McClellan, Tim Kauffman,
Daryl Scott. lRow 43 Karen Oliver, Patti Saeler, Wayne Gibson, Joey Dickey, Jim Bob Gresham, Tami Gill, Becky Wathall, Lorraine Howard, Mandy
Poole, Lisa Garlington, Gwynne Green, Patsy Stell, Debbie Totty, Billy Schaffner, Clay Adams, Kenneth Raney, Danny Schaffner, Terri Cook, Fredia
Green, Martha Brooks, Melinda Green, Lisa Beene, Rebecca Castleberry, Debra Tomlinson, Becky Acruman.
At the Beta Convention Ms. Garlington always
walked in at the wrong time.
"I never want to see any more cookie dough!" "Hey who left the pecan
shells on the pecans?" "Guess what? We sold a cupcake." HI think l'm
going to be sick!" These comments were heard the morning of the Beta
Club bake sale. The bake sale and the grocery raffle were two of the money
making projects this year. The money was used to pay the registration fee
at the State Beta Convention. The Beta Club attended the convention for
the 'llth year in a row. Holly Gresham, vice-president of the State Beta
Club, presided overthe campaign rally and the second general session at
the convention. The money that was made at the spring car wash placed
with the funds from last years projects was used to buy strip bulletin
boards that will be placed in the commons.
Bulletin Board Pro 'ect Complete
Sitting quietly through another meeting is Daryl Scott, Susan Price, Danny Schaffner, and
Taking money and keeping things in order at the
Student Council Representative, Mark Lasiter, vice-president, Holly Gresham, sec., Tim hOfTl9COmif1Q d-3009 is Madge LSSHSF and Jane
Student Council Attends Convention in Van Buren
QRow 11 Missy Clark, Kenny Dunn, Linda McClain, Bill Meador, Saul Avery, Kelley Kauffman. fRow 23 Jay Meador, Jim Bob Gresham, Danny
Schaffner, Janice Oakley, Ruthie Rothwell, Tami Gill, Andre Davis. QRow Sl Terri Cook, Janie Jordan, Daryl Scott. lRow 41 Rosemary Ellis, Sandy
Davis, Cheryl Evans, Holly Gresham, Mark Lasiter, Jane Knickerbocker, Tim Kauffman.
Three dances were given this year by the
student council. They sponsored Mr. Ponder's
fifth period English class in producing their
movie, "The Big Mac." Again this year they
held the annual homecoming corsage sale and
the magazine drive. Tim Kauffman, Holly
Gresham, Cheryl Evans, and Ms. Knicker-
bocker attended the Southern Convention in
August at Rock Creek 4-H Camp in Georgia.
The Council pfommed the booster busses and The group "Sass" plays for the football homecoming. 55
subsidized the charter bus to Lake Village.
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Art club members are: Alvin Thrower, Mac Hall, Randy Wilson, Sonny Mathew, Steve Barnes,
Sammy Nix teacher Mrs. Evlin Garlington, Melinda Green, Tammie Gill, Kathy Moffett, Rosie
Caldwell Brenda McClellan, and Ceca Cannon.
Quill 8tScroll members are Mark Lasiter, Daryl Scott, Bud Rogers, Jim Culp, Holly Gresham, Cheryl
Evans Kay Curry Lani Turner, Beverly Curtis, Becky Acruman, and Donna Barnes.
Dramatic Club members are: Lim:
Owens, Scott New. Shelia Harri
Timmy Miller, Ceca Cannon, Debi
Robertson, Kim Harris, Ruthie Rott
well, Randy Woodson, Jim Cult
Jeanie James, Donna Jordan, Nant
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sell? was the most
asked question in the
Art Dept. before their
first art exhibit and
sale. Art students en-
tered worksdonein art
classes. lt encouraged
the young artists, and
showed the town's
people the many tal-
ents of the students.
Quill and Scroll mem-
bers were chosen at
the beginning of the
third nine weeks.
There were 7 new
members, tapped this
attie Saeler, Barbara Flich, Delyn
ryanl. Freda Green, Melinda Green
lrs. Helen Burns, Vernlta Marks
anice Oakley. Holly Gresham, Mary
hrower, Lavern Beets, and Judy
Club was in-
is year due to
first semester ab-
of Ms. Helen
e Dramatic Club was
active this year, the
embers did put on a
it for the football
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Hi-Times Staff members are: Steve Langford, Rose
Caldwell, Janice Oakley, Becky Ackerman, Freeda
Green, Karen Spann, Beverly Curtis, Sponsor Betsy
Meador, Johnnie Estes, Lisa Leary, Mark Lasiter,
Debbie Curry, Mary Thrower, Lani Turner, Graham
Gillis, Bud Rodgers, Dee Ripley, and Brenda Green.
Working at the news office, Mark, Beverly and Graham help with the publishing of paper
Folding papers and typing letters are some of the duties Lisa Leary, Rosie Caldwell, Debbie
Curry and Janice Sumler help with on the Hi-Times Staff.
Just putting a good and informative
paper together isn't the only reason the
Hi-Times staff is diligently striving for
perfection. Each year the editors take
the paper to a workshop where it is
judged along with other school papers
from all over Arkansas. ln October the
paper was ranked excellent at the Ar-
kansas High School Press Association.
Ms. Betsy Meador, sponsor, stated,
t'The workshops and conventions are
very beneficial to the staff because they
can compare their work with other
school's and learn new and different
ways of putting together the paper."
Le Cercle Francais
April fourteenth - forty-one
French students sponsored a
French Fair-students were in-
vited from their English classes to
come to the fair. The ones attend-
ing learned about the people and
past historical events of France
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Getting ready lor French Fair in April, French Students
start olf by painting a mural on the wall,
Members ol Le Cercle Francaise, Top Row' Tami Gill.
Gayle Lyon, Kim Harris, Lorraine Howard, GwynneGreene,
Lisa Garlrngton, Rosemary Ellis, Phyllis Wright.
Sponsor f Betsy Meador, Ron Brooks, Marcus Morgan,
Barbra Rich, Martha Brooks, David Lambeth. Second row
Karen Oliver, Mandy Poole. Patty Saeler, Beverly Rogers,
Rebecca Smith, Susan Price. Greg Martin, Larry Allen.
Becky Walthall, Clay Adams. Patsy Stell. Mitzi McMann
Bottom Row: Ruthie Rothwell, Lisa Howard. Rebecca
Castleberry, Debra Tomlinson. Donna Barnes, Kenneth
Rariey, Don Harris. Billy Schattner, Robin Parham, Delynne
Bryant and Melinda Green
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and were told about French cul-
ture, education, government and
geography. As a special treat, the
visitors enjoyed food from the
French Cale-prepared by club
members, and sponsor, Mrs. Betsy
Checking shelves, stamping and
mending books, and putting up bul-
letin boards were the library work-
er's duties. Grades were given in the
library club based on the condition
of the shelves. The library club at-
tended the District Vll Student Li-
brarian's Association meeting in
Malvern in October. Debbie Pierce
was elected Recording Secretary for
the District Vll library clubs. In
March they attended the annual con-
vention in Little Rock where they had
two voting delegates.
Brenda Johnson, Renadja Mason, Annette Smith,
Faye Parks, Becky Castleberry, Wanda Dunn, Wanda
Parnell, Rose Ann Smith, Debbie Castleberw, Lisa
Garlington, Gwynne Green, Debbie Pierce. Center:
tRow 15 Susan Price, Lani Turner, Terri Cook, Sandy
Davis, Janie Jordan, Ms. Ponder, Ms. Knickerbocker.
iRow 23 Donna Barnes, Beverly Curtis, Rebecca
Smith, Lissa Faucett, Cheryl McClellan, Lisa Beene,
Debbie Turner, Becky Acruman. QROW 33 Rose Smith,
Patsy Stell, Debbie Totty, Rebecca Castleberry, Rita
Learning about the different
careers available to women is
the aim of the Nike Club. Nurs-
ing, teaching, and office prac-
tice were a few of the topics
studied by the 1974-75 Nike
One of the projects of the
Nike Club was purchasing
Christmas gifts for the people
in a local nursing home.
Ms. Auburn Ponder and Ms.
Jane Knickerbocker rep-
resented the Business and Pro-
fessional Womens Club as
' Club Increases Membership
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In the past when someone mentioned F.H.A., it was usually
a girl, not true now. This year three senior males are taking
the course on homemaking.
'Before I signed up I made sure I wasn't the only boy in
there," stated Bud Rogers, "I took a lot of teasing from my
dad, but no one at school said anything. At first I really didn't
take the class serious,but now it's getting interesting and I
think more boys would like it if they knew what F.H.A. is
about. I believe it will help them in the future."
When asked if they had learned to cook, the boys, laugh-
ingly, stated, 'tWe have prepared several meals in class in-
cluding homemade biscuits."
Most think that F.H.A. members cook and sew. They are
involved at school and our community, also. This year the
members baked cookies for the basketball teams' out of town
games and prepared a supper for the Ladybugs.
F.H.A. Members: Debbie Addington, Karen Ables, Linda Wilson, Faye Jordan,
Sheila Byars, Tony Denton, Janice Phillips, Janette Phillips, Beverly Parson,
Wanda Dunn, Beverly Andrews, Patsy Brown, Renadja Mason, Brenda
Johnson, Sandra Brown, Janice Smith, Bernice Moore, Marilyn Rainey,
Pauline Brown, Sheila Harris, Beverly Cornett, Teresa Gray, Debra
Robertson, Annette Matlock, JeannieJames, Mary Pruitt, Faye Parks, Sandra
Garner, Mary Lambert, Denise Pierce, Carolyn Meads, Laverne Beets, Mary
Thrower, Daryl Scott, Lani Turner, Fuzzy Lee, Debra Matlock, Sponsor, Ms,
Doris Gresham, Mary Gale Whiteside, Vernitia Marks, Rose Ann Smith, Be-
verly Curtis, Kathy Freer, Carol Williams, Thelma Sherman.
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F-CLUB AND FCA
PLAN FIFTH ANNUAL
The F-Club and FCA were not as active
this year as in years past. With the cancela-
tion of the annual participation in Toys for
Tots, the main objective of the F-Club and
FCA was the preparation ofthe 1974-75 All-
Sports Banquet. Coach Eddie Sutton was
chosen as guest speaker.
FCA 8. F-Club Members: Janice Oakley, Randy Burford, Charles Rankin, Mark Lasiter, Dwight Lee. qRow 25 Randy Mitchell,
Gwayne Jordan, Carl Stewart, John Dunn, Beverly Curtis, Bud Rogers. tRow 31 Fred Byrd, Janice Smith, Daryl Scott, Wanda
Dunn, Janice Phillips, Jerry House, Beverly Cornett, Debra Burke, Debra Robertson, Ceca Cannon. tRow 43 Cheryl McClellan,
Kathy Freer, Vernitia Marks, Sandy Davis, Carol Williams, Wayne Gibson, Ricky Nutt, Paul Crowder, Jim Bob Gresham. tRow 53
Tim Kauffman, Tracy Bagwell, Andre Davis, Tim Garlington, Jerry Lynn, Danny Schaffner, Frank Holmes, Joey Dickey. tRow 65
Steve Cranford, Graham Gillis, Randy Wilson, Mark O'Mary, Sonny Mathews, Jerry Hardman, David Turner, Jay Meador. tRow 71
Gary Barnes, Keith Whiteside, Mike McCollum, Terry Tidwell, Prestard Jordan, Gary Hillard, David Davis. tRow Bl Eric Harris,
Clay Adams, Andy VanHorn, Herbert Hall, Doug Kegley, Tommy Tidwell, Ronnie Matkin, David Endsley. tRow 95 Artis Byrd, Elgie
Grant, John Thrower.
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Discussing plans for the all-sports banquet, F-Club members Mark Lasiter, Terri Cook, David
Barnes, and Debra Burke work out final details.
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ney helped with the planning ofthe All-Sports
The Future Farmers of America
participated in many activities dur-
ing the spring. Their first were the
sub-area Parliamentary Procedure
Contest held March 6, and the Dis-
trict Agri Mechanics and Electrifi-
cation Contest, March 21. Next was
the annual District Judging Con-
5 . test at Southern State College at
Magnolia where they were judged
in such areas as forestry, dairy
products, and horticulture. The
year was topped off with participa-
FFA member Scott New watches as Randy Mitchell practices with the cutting torch. tion inthe State Convention held at
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FFA members: Mr. James Nicholson, Sponsorg John Hoover, Treasurer: Herbert Hall, Scott New, Sentinelg J. B. Avery, Vice Presidentg
John Tidwell, Junior Advisor: Jimmy Bryant, President, Mary O'Mary, Secretary. tRow 2l Kenny Matkin, Elgie Grant, Jimmy Warnix,
Phillip Ladd, Ronnie Matkin, Morris Caldwell, Randy Gilliam. tRow 39 Carl Stewart, Fred Tatum, Randy Mitchell, Donnie Ritchie, Mark
Lewis, John Thower, Artis Byrd. tRow 43 Calvin Warner, Clark Langley, Ben Owens, Paul Crowder, Steve Daniels, David Davis, Charles
Rankin. tRow 53 Stanley Sargent, Ricky Nutt, Tony Wallace, Raymond Sherman. Not pictured: Arthur McDonald, Reporter.
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and to several vo-tech schools to see
new and different ways of learning voca-
As a project this year the club sold
tickets on a stereo system to help cover
the cost of their annual employer,
G.C.E. members are Jimmy Mitchell, Mark
Langley, David Turner, Randy Burford,
Stanley Hurst, Greg Tipton, Barbara Miles,
Anita Raney, Rose Ann Smith, Shelia Byars,
Tommy Daniels, Calvin Warner, Jimmy
Warnix, Ricky Sledge, John Hoover, Leland
Gilliam, Mike Walthall, Sandra Totty, Randy
Woodson, Steve Crain, Ronald Oliver, Don-
nie Ritchie, Horace Richart. The Christian
Council members are: Ramona Hearne,
sponsor, Wanda Parnell, Debbie
Castleberry, Donna Whitley, Gwen Vincent,
Ginger Powers, Randy Gilliam, Ronald
Lloyd, Darrell Reynolds, Mitzi McMann,
Tommy Nix, Rebecca Castleberry,
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Wednesday during lunch period
where they read from the Bible and
As a project the council went to
the nursing wing where they sang
and distributed books for the el-
Daryl Reynolds is president and
Ms. Ramona Hearne is sponsor.
G.C.E. Gives Away Stereo
30 Begin Christian Council
"Purple and What?!?!?"
Looking over Sandy Davis's shoulder, Donna Barnes contemplates
a new idea.
Listening to Debra Tidwell's directions, Jimmy Culp gets ideas for
beginning his art work.
"Guess whatcolorthe annualisgoingto be'?ldon'tknow,
red and black I suppose. Guess again, try purple and
chartreusen - HPURPLE and WHAT"'? t'What's going on,
donttheyknowthecolorsareredand black? "i' Why purple
Conversations like this could be heard throughout the
school after the annual staff announced the colors of the
book. Most peoplethink itsa school book and should be the
color of school uniforms - wrong, the annual is a bookthat
contains the history of the past school year in faculty,
school, curriculum and of course sports-not just for
sports and therefore doesn't necessarily have to be the
Members of this year's REDBUG staff, above: Cheryl Evans, Ceca Cannon,
Donna Barnes, Debra Tidwell, Debra Robertson, Marilyn Curry, Tim Gar-
lington, Holly Gresham, Tim Kauffman, David Barnes, Debra Burke, and
Pam Barner. Not pictured: Jim Culp and Sandy Davis. Left: Sponsor John
Harlan stated, "This year's book is the most distinctive book we've ever
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Clark, astride Sandy Bar, rollsthe corner.Gettinga
date for Saturday night requires some clever talk-
ing. Travis Thrower and Gary House demonstrate
their technique. After 4 weeks, Freshmen realize
that the spirit stick is not won by closed mouths.
Vllssy Clark Participates In Barrel
Racing World Championship
Careers Show Freshman That Job Huntini
I More Than Filling Out An Application
fClockwisel Freshman cheerleaders
Missy Clark, Jan Graves, Janith Jus-
tice, and Martha Wynne lead
Freshman in pep assembly. Lectures
from such diversified fields as airline
stewardesses, mechanics and
lawyers are all a part of Career Orien-
tation Curriculum. Connie Burke, air-
line stewardess, holds the attention
of Kelley Kauffman, Bobby Levins and
Judi Mathews. Career Orientation
continues in Ms. Gresham's class in a
discussion between Missy Clark and
Diane Daniels about the energy
crisis. lLeftl All literature assign-
ments are not dull. Ann Jordan and
Gayle Clements laugh at Ms. Pon-
der's comment on a returned paper.
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are: Mac Carder, representative,
Linda McClain, representativeg
Kelley Kauffman, representa-
tive: Janith Justice, representa-
tive, Bill Meador, president and
representativeg Missy Clark, rep-
resentative, Kenny Dunn, rep-
resentativeg Susan Ramsey, sec-
retary: Saul Avery, vice-presi-
dent, and representative.
Pattie Sue Mitchell
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fClockwisel Sophomore class representatives are fleftj Eric
Harris, President, Donna Jordan, Vice Presidentg Debbie
Mays, representativeg Suzette Johnson, secretary: Rose-
mary Ellis, representativeg Ruthie Flothwell, representativeg
Tami Gill, representative. One-to-one explanations help
biology students understand the course. Mr, Parham de-
scribes the digestive process to Prestard Jordan. Debating
whether or not the Ftedbug Cagers will win state are Danny
May, Marcus Morgan, David Lambeth, and Robin Parham.
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Ruth Gail Allen
fCIockwiseJ Lunch time is the time to take up
where you left off the night before. Timmy Mil-
ler and Diane Daniels display FRIENDSHIP. The
competition among classes during pep as-
semblies is fierce. Kenny Matkin's enthusiasm
helps the Sophomores win the spirit stick. A
smile of accomplishment comes over Kim Har-
ris's face as she outwits Fuzzy Lee. There's one
thing that didn't change, the Sophomore girl's
tradition of capturing a senior ring is upheldg
Judy Moseley gets Mark Lasiter's ring.
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Making signs is only part of spirit week. Sophomores work hard to
gain control of spirit stick.
Following instructions plays an important part in Typing I class.
Bennie Jimmerson, Rose Roach, Linda Owens, Juanita Smith, and
Prince Wright read the directions carefully before typing the as-
Studying is not one of Brian Prewitt's favorite pastimesg but when
one must, one must.
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more is ready to substitute: Ms. Daniels relaxes
Losing the Warren game was a disappointment to us all. Lorraine Howard watches as the
Fledbugs fall behind just before the half.
MELINDA GREEN IS AWARDED
DECEMBER CITIZEN 0F MONTH
The six inch January snow proved to be a good time for revenge as Charles Ftankin lays one on Jim Barham.
Juniors Hold Most Student Council Votes
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President. iRow 2l Sandy Davis, representativeq Janice Oakley,
Danny Schaffner, Vice-President. lRow 35 Jay Meador, Terri
Jim Bob Gresham, representatives.
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"The Big Mac"
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Mary Thrower. sgts.-at-armsg Janie Jordan, Kay Curry, Cheryl Evans, Student Council representatives.
cheryl evans is national merit finalist
Hey married lady! Got married in
middle of senior year. . . a first. . . a
married Sr. class president . . . didn't
bother Totty, l mean Sandra.. .elected
state DECA secretary. . . was active in
Beta club, Nike club, and Student
Council . . . attended Girls' State.
Another top-notch student.. .was a
Beta member . . . played and dabbled
around, evidenced by being V.P. of
Dramatic club and president of the
Thespians honor society, a member of
the art club . . . served his time in Stu-
dent Council . . . known for his ability of
the 12 string guitar, banjo, and fiddle
. . . grows flowers: That's POP.
Study, study, study. . . brain, brain, brain . . .
scholarships, scholarships, scholarship . . .
Cheryl Evans, our National Merit Finalist-
Fordyce's first . . . makes repeated appear-
ances at Honor's Banquet. . .favorite position
to give Valedictorian's speech: hand on hip,
weight shifted to left side, hair over one eye
Loves music -the piano -. . . likes to pro
duce jr. variety shows and edit yearbooks.
Sings beautifully. . . went around snooping
for a good scoop for Hl-TIMES: was Editor...
smiles a lot, especially when Cheryl explained
what happened on his date with someone
else...foundtimeto be V.P.ofStudentCoun-
cil . . . helped with F club and FCA... played
football and golf well, lettered in both . . .
excelled academically, was a Beta member
and an honor student.
steve langford wins u.a.m. writing contest
Mary Ann Lambert
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nis, but hates to lose -is seeded 9661 on
girls' team . . .editing yearbooks is her
favorite pastime... is a two year member
of Quill and Scroll .. . used to be acheer-
leader, gave it up for "more important"
things. . . Artistic, in art club.
As president of Student Council, ran
Ms. Knick ragged with Student Council
projects. . . 4941 seed on boys tennis team
for three years, played football, lettered
in both . . . saved the REDBUG staff from
self-destruction with his photography
know-how for two years - received the
yearbook award, elected to Quill and
Scroll ...was an honor studentand Beta
Musically inclined . . . spends time at
voice and piano lessons . . . easily ex-
cited at sports events . . . was a cheer-
leader for three years, gave it up, didn't
want to crowd her senior year. . . ran for
State Beta Vice President and WON . . .
has been business manager and tri-
editorfor REDBUG . . . has a touch ofthe
smarts, ranks in upper 504, in senior class
. . .very emotional.
Involvement plus . . . a class officer for
four years-Vice President his senior
year . . .student council booster. . . was
in Quill and Scroll his Jr. year and
worked on REDBUG . . . kept scholasti-
cally up - Beta member for four years
. . . lettered in track and led basketball
cheering section . . . attended Boys'
State . . . runs around in a little red
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Rose Ann Smith
John Wayne Thrower
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dude who drives a burgundy
Dodge . . . likes to act, espe-
cially in drama club and jr.
plays . . . plays Suzy
Homemaker with rest of FHA
girls . . . loves all sports
events . . . elected to Thes-
pians society . . . went to
Girls' State . . . helped with
Easy going . . . carefree. . .
super-jock . . . made all re-
gion, all Southeast Arkan-
sas, all-state, and ALL
AMERICAN for his football
prowess . . . Won football
scholarship to Tulane in
New Orleans. . . made 1170
yds. offense in high school
. . . was a class officer for
three years. . .a member of
FCA and F club and partici-
pated in DECA club.
Maid material -football
homecoming type, of
course - represented jrs.
and sophs . . . is academi-
cally inclined: Beta club,
ranks in upper 504, of class
and Quill and Scroll honor
society . . . was co-sports
editor of Hl-TIMES . . . at-
tended Girls' State . . . was
FHA member. Always glued
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A , Jr- ' season of the year. Betsy Meador serves, as
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Below: Fishing and hunting are only two of Herb
Woodson's hobbies. Tinkering with motorcycles is
Teachers are not always teaching.
Some FHS teachers are after school or
weekend sportsmen. 'tl know I can't beat
the horses but it's still exciting when I
win," said Jimmy Holt, a frequent visitor
at Oaklawn racetrack.
Active sports, like tennis and golf, rate
high on the list but camping and fishing
are also enjoyed. Ml camp to get away
from the telephone. Even if it'sjust a trip
to the Big Woods, l enjoy getting out-
doors," commented Ms. Martha Bar-
Getting outofthe continesotthe class
is a necessary release to combat the
daily routine of teaching.
Clockwise: Squirrels are sometimes hard to find in the top of a tree.
James Nicholson points out a fox squirrel to Neal Bailey. Coaches Gerald
Noble and Bruce Terry's wives sit at home a lot of nights if they don't get
involved in sports. Becky Noble and Jan Terry keep record books while
Missy Noble watches the game. Repairing and cleaning guns occupies
most of Fiobert Parham's out-of-school time.
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use paints and brushes. They may
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by helping other people develop their
talents. It s a gift that I ve been using
since I was eight. I enjoy writing, and
it s a challenge to write speeches. After
I ve written a speech I want to share it
with others said Ms. Juanita Harris
who makes speeches frequently.
Some artists work with people while
others work with things. Jess Huie
bakes bread. He commented I bake
bread because I don t like the kind you
buy. I use whole wheat flour and honey
Clockwisez Baking bread takes time but the finished product is worthwhile. Jess Huie bakes
his own bread. A well-planned speech is an asset to any program. Juanita Harris speaks to a
local civic group, Coordinating student activities such as class day, plays, and senior
activities requires skill and perseverance. Lucile Burroughs and John Harlan permit these
activities to complement their professional duties rather than take away from them.
not because it's organic, but because it
tastes better to me."
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they teach. Evelyn Garlington puts the finishing touches on a
picture. An avid interest in books is learned. It's evident that Pep-
permint is fascinated by her mother's book collection, One of
Helen Burns' favorite pastimes is reading to her children. Directing
youth activities at the Methodist church occupies much ofTed and
Auburn Ponder's time. The handbell choir is just one of the proj-
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taining tnan any television pro-
gram. Irma Hearnsberger reads at
least two novels weekly. Middle:
Music is an important part of Faye
Ellis' life. Directing the FHS chorus
is just one way she finds to use her
talent. Below: Different styles,
Shapes, and colors of glassware
add variety to Eva Carter's collec-
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Johnnie Robinson prepares bulletin boards weekly for her classes.
It takes talentto keep a child interested. Jamie is spell-bound while
his mother, Becky Rogers plays the piano for him. Crocheting an
afghan in spare minutes can take months, Beth Greene dem-
onstrates the stitch for Lou Bedell. Looking for a sale is an
excellent way to spend a lunch hour. Martha Pierce and Kittye Jo
Evans shop for bargains. Besides teaching a family living class,
Diane Howell runs the Fordyce Day Care Center and still hastimeto
take Jill to a basketball game, A short nap breaks the routine of a
busy school day. Herbert Scott grabs 40 winks. All ofJane Knicker-
bocker's spare time is spent sacking groceries at her husbands
store in Moro Bay.
Lazybones do things just for
fun. They are not competitive. A
good bargain or a short nap
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tha Pierce said, "l don't play golf
or tennis or paint or have any spe-
cific hobby so I spend my money
and have fun going shopping reg-
ularly. I go on big sprees when
it's a pay-day and just little ones
on the in-between weeks."
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speed and enjoy themselves
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Buster 81 James Garlington
John B. Meador John C. Meador William F. Meador
Fordyce Casket Company, Inc.
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ED IVIURRY, AGENT
INSURANCE IS MY BUSINESS
Office: 352 2037 Home 352 3469 "HES 0""' Fordyce, Arkansas
P P P 5 Super Tire Mart
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Continental Can CO.
P.O. Box 810 C Fordyce, Ark. 71742
Distributor - Products
Phone 352-3105 y y
Fordyce, Ark. 71742 7
J. B. Ethridge
D. J. Barnes
introduced a major materials
handling breakthrough on the
plywood production line.
Plywood is made by peeling
logs into thin veneersheets.
Then bonding the sheets
together under terrific heat and
pressure. When the logs are
peeled, some ofthe veneer has
defects of varying sizes. ln the
past, cutting the sheets to
remove defects required a great
deal of handling. G-P has
installed agreen veneer stitcher
and scanner system that
significantly reduces the cost
of handling the veneer.
With this system, the veneer
passes through an electronic
clipper-scanner after the logs
are peeled. As much veneer as
possible is cut into 4' x 8'
modules and goes directlyto the
dryer. The clipper-scanner
removes defectsfrom the
IMAGINATION IN MANUFACTURING, FIRST IN A SERIES.
The green veneer stitcher
in plywood production
TI-IE GROWTH COMPANY
remaining veneer. It automati- The green veneer stitcher
cally cuts the sheets on each combines several steps in the y
side of the defects resulting in manufacturing process and
strips of various widths. makes othersteps more
Previously,this had beena efficient
manual operation. ltwas time As the world s largest
consuming. And often manufacturerofplywood
the cuts wasted a considerable G P continually seeks new and
amountofusablewood. betterways to make plywood
The electronic clipper-scanner We ve introduced many
quickly cuts the sheets to innovations to our production
within fractions of an inch of lines Even more are on the
defects, saving valuable wood. drawing board
And time. This is another way imagina
The remaining strips pass tion pays for Georgia Pacific
through the green veneer And for you
stitcher which actually sews the For additional information
strips into acontinuous ribbon about the forest products
eightfeet wide. Then, the ribbon industry write
is out into 4' x 8' modules. This Georgia Pacific Corporation
uniform size isthe key to auto- Dept 41 900 S W Fifth Ave
mated handling. When these Portland Oregon 97204
sheets of veneer gotothe dryer,
they reduce the loss of heat
which used to pass between
smaller, separate pieces. This
improves dryer efficiency and
increases production. The
stitched veneer sheets are used
only for core material-never
as a face or back.
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BENSBERCYS MUSIC STORE. of Camden, Arkansas 71701
1 FFERSON Ph 501f836
eed cl Job.
Here are a few tips to use when comparing a
civilian job with an Air Force enlistment.
You should receive at least 3307.20 starting sal-
ary. This sum reflects take home pay after me-
dical insurance is taken out. Also request regular
promotions with pay raises for length of employ-
Request 30 days paid vacation per year starting
with your first year. You should have low rate or
free world travel privileges anytime on vacation.
You must be able to continue your education
with the company paying 75 per cent of the cost
of learning. If you are selected for college, your
tuition should be paid and your normal salary con-
Ask for S300 worth of clothing and a monthly
maintenance allowance, plus rations and housing al-
Make sure the company has a swimming pool,
tennis courts, golf course, library and movie theater
for your use.
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a "ii gg 1610 Brentwood Dr.
Pine Bluff, Ark.
SAVINGS 81 LOAN
Fordyce Branch 352-3101
of Commerce Balfgur
President ..................................... Evert Twyford
1st Vice Pres ........ ................ F red Gill
2nd Vice Pres ....... ............ R ay McClain
Treas. .............. ...,............... M aurice Watson
Mrs. W. Fl. Benton
J. T. Mathews
P.O. Box 807
Little Flock, Arkansas
Charles Patterson Skeeter Kell
Charlie's Food Center
Benton Furniture Co.
Fordyce Fabric Center
Ira L. 8: Marvin O'Mary
Fordyce News Advocate
Tommy Sparks Att.
Tommy Mays Att.
Lawrence Bank Ins.
Fordyce Picture Frame
Fordyce Bus Station
Pierce Tire Service
Fordyce Water Co.
Hol'n One Doughnut
Carrol's Handy Store
Sam Nutt Grocery
Ruth's House of Beauty
Benton Funeral Home
L 8z L Citgo
Charme Beauty Shop
Rex 8: Marlin Hearne
Dallas County Sheriff
Stop and Shop
Ronnie Phillips Att.
Dr. Iack Dobson, M.D.
Dr. Don Howard, M.D.
Dr. Hugh Nutt, M.D.
Amanda Mae Curry
December 25, 1957 - September 12, 1974
John Curtis Steelman
May 31,1957 - May 31,1974
Harold Ray Hare
November 19, 1955 - May 31, 1974
TO A FRIEND
Somewhere beyond the rainbow's
the skies are bright and clear.
No shadows dim . . . no darkness
the land is peaceful there.
And someone with the power to
to guide and understand,
Is waiting there to calm our fear,
and take us by the hand.
So when a dear one heeds His call,
our hearts should be at rest.
For there beyond the rainbow's
a loving God knows best.
Ables, Karen ..,.,.......
Acruman, Becky ........
Adams, Clay .......,.....,.
Addington, Debbie ,,..
Allen, Edna .... ,.., .........
Allen, Keith ....,.........
Allen, Larry ...........
Allen, Ruth Gail .,....
Amason, Clair ............
Andrews, Beverly .,.,...
Archer, Carolyn .......
Archer, Jeffrey .....................
Archer, Richard ..,,.......,.....,..., .,,..,..
Arkansas Power 8. Light ....,... ,,...,,.
Avery, J. B. .......................... ,
Avery, Saul ..............
Bagwell, Tracy ..,,....
Barham, Jim ........,......
James Barner, MFA ......
Barner, Pam ....,...,..,...
Barnes, David ......,............
Barnes, Donna ...................,.
D. J, Barnes Lumber Co. ....... .....,, .
Barnes, Gary ....,...,....,..........
Barnes, Steve ...........,,............, .,..
Barnett, Martha Jane , .....,........,
BeasIey's TV Sales 8 Service ...... ........
Bedell, Lou ,.....,.......... ..... ,,..,...... ........
Beene, Darlene ........,......,,...,.. ,....
Beene, Lisa .................,.. ,
Beets, Laverne ....,...,,...,.....,.
Benton Pro Hardware .........
Berry, Mark .,.............,..,...
Berry, Rosey. ..,,.,....,,....,. ..
Blankenship, Richard ..........
Borden Milk Distributor ,,,,
Bradford, Rhonda .....,........,.
Bradley, Ray ...,.....,..
Brazil, Linda .,..,..,.
Brooks, Martha .......... ..75
Brooks, Ron, .......,....,,.., ..81
Broughton, Barbara ....,... ..69
Brown, Darlene ............. ,..... 6 9
Brown, Eddie ........,.... ...... 8 1
Brown, Judith ...... ...... 8 7
Brown, Patsy ,.......... ..,... 8 1
Brown Pauline ....... . .,... 81
Brown, Saundra ......... , ..... 88
Brown, Susan ....... ,.... ....,. 6 9
Browning, Jerome ........ ,. .,,, 88
Browning, Terri ....
Brumley, Chris .....
Bryant, David .......
Bryant, Delynn .....
Bryant, Jimmy. ,...,
Buckley, Steve .....
Burford, Randy ....
Burke, Beth ..........
Burke, Debra ........
Burks, Anthony ..,.
Burns, Helen ...,....
Byars, Randy ......,.
Byars, Shelia ..,.....
Byrd, Artis .........
Byrd, Fred ..,....,....
Caldwell, Billy ......
Caldwell, Rosie ....
Cameron, Reed ....
Cannon, Ceca ......
Carder, Mac ........
Carl's Shoes ........
Carpet City ..............
Carter, Eva .,...,...,.........,
Castleberry, Debbie .,,,..
Castleberry, Rebecca ....
Cathy, Lisa .,.......,,..,.....,.
Central Building Supply ..,,.... .......,
Childs, Ray ..............
Clark, Brenda ........,,
L. W. Clark, lnc. ..... ,
Clark, Missy, ...... ,.
Clement, Gayle .......
Cone, Gary ....,.........
Cone, James ...... ,,...
Continental Can Co
Cook, Paula .............
Cook, Terri ..........,...
Cornett, Beverly ......
Coston, Ken .....,,.....
Courtney, Ricky ......
Crain, Steve .,.....,,,...
Cranford, Steve .......
Jack Crowder ......,...
Crowder, Paul ..,......
Culp, Jimmy ........
Culp, Joey ,,...., .
Culp, Rhonda ......
Curry, Debbie ..... ,
Curry, Marilyn .........
Curtis, Beverly ........
Daily, Howard ..........
Daniels, Diane .........
Daniels, Lee Ann ....
Daniels, Steve ,, ....
Daniels, Tommy ......
David, Juan .
Day, Willie ......,........
Delamore, Laura .....
Denton, Tony ,.,. . .,.. .
Dickens, Delores ....,
Dickey, Jack ,,,. . ,,.,,..
Dickey, Joey ,....
Dickman, Dean ,....,.
Dobson, Dawn ........
Doug's Lion Station ......
Dunn, John .... ,..... ....
Dunn, Kenny .....,.
Dunn, Wanda .....,
Dupree, Willie ........
Ellis, Faye ............
Ellis, Rosemary ......
Endsley, David .......
Endsley, John .,...
Estes, Johnnie ..,....
Estes, Sandra .,....
Evans, Cheryl ......
Evans, Curtis .....,.....
Evans, Kittye Jo ...... 05
Everett-Stephens Ford ....,.. ........ 1 21
Ezell, Diana ......,............... ,...... 7 5
Fawcett, Lissa .............. , ....... 75
Ferrell, David ..,.... ...,... 7 7
First Federal Savings 8 Loan
First National Bank
Fooser, Barbara .....
Fordyce Bank 8- Trust
Fordyce Casket Co. inc
Fordyce Chamber of Commerce
Freer, Kathy ,.,,.....
Freer, Ricky ............
Friendly Foods ....
Fultz, Dale .... , .........
Gamble, Susan ......
Garlington, Lisa ...,.
Garlington, Tim ......
Bruce Garner Gro..
Garner, Sandra ..,...
Gibson. Wayne .......
ein, Ricky ......,.....
om, Tami ,,,, .. ,,...,.
Gilliam, Leland .....,.
Gilliam, Randy .......
Gillis, Graham ........
Gober, Gene ...,....
Grant, Elgie ......,..
Graves, Jan .....
Gray, Debbie ....,..
Gray, Rita ,...
Gray, Scott ....,.
Gray, Teresa .......,
Green, Frieda ...,.....
Green, Melinda ......
Green, Mike .......,..,.
Greene, Beth ..........
Greene, Brenda ..,,..,.
Greene, Gwynne .......
Gresham, Holly .,.,.
Gresham, Jim Bob, .... .,
Hall, Deborah ,,,.........
Hall, Fannie ............
Hall, Gary ......,,...,.
Hall, Herbert ........
Hall, Mack ...,....
Hall, Suzette .......,
Hankins, Mark ........
Hardman, Jerry .,....
Harlan, John ........
Harper, Alice .......
Harper, David ....,.
Harper, Rose .......
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Haynes, Perry .........
Hearne, Ramona ,.,.
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Hearnsberger, Irma .....,,.....,....,.., ......... 1 O3
Hearnsburger Service Center .....,........... 119
Hickerson, Judy .,...
Higgs, Marilyn ...........
Highsmith, Ricky ....,,
Hillard, Gary .....,....,
Hillman, Brenda .,......
Hollis, Maria .......,
Hollis, Robert ..... ,
Holm, Frank .....,..
Holmes, Jay .......,.
Holmes, Jimmy .,.,..
Holt, Jimmy ....,....
Holt s ....,..,..........,.
Hoover, John ..,...,
Hopkins, Debra ......
Hornaday, Susan .........
Hornaday, Wayne ,,...... .
House, Gary ,.... ....... , ,
House, George .......
House, Glenda ,,....
House, Jerry ..........
Howard, Lisa ............. ........ 7 7
Howard, Lorraine ......... ........ 7 7
Howell, Dianne .......... ...... 1 O5
Hughes, Sammy ........ ........ 9 1
Hughes, Sara ........
Huie, Jess ...........
Hurst, Stanley .........
.. ........ 91
Jackson, Benny ........... ........ 7 O
Jackson, Verna Ray ........ ........ 7 O
Jacobs, Claudine .,....... ........ 7 7
Jacobs, Mae Rose .,,.... ........ 7 7
James, Jeannie .,...... ,....... 8 3
James, Shirley ....,..... ..,,.... 7 7
Jenkins, Rita .................,, ...,,,,, 8 3
Jimmerson, Bennie ..,..... ........ 7 7
Jimmerson, Ricky ........ ....,... 7 O
Johnson Brenda ......,.. ........ 8 3
Johnson, Carolyn ,.......... ........ 7 7
Johnson Fransceal ........ ........ 7 7
Johnson, Herman ..,...., ...,.... 8 3
Johnson, Rose Ann ......,. ....,... 7 O
Johnson, Suzette ......... ........ 7 7
Jones' Grocery ......... ...... 1 16
Jones, Mike .........., ........ 7 7
Jordan, Ann ........
Jordan, Donna ..,...
Jordan, Gwayne ....... ....,... 9 1
Jordan, Janie ........... ........ 9 1
Jordan, Prestard ....., ........ 7 7
Jordan, Robin .................... ........ 7 7
Justice, Janith .....................,. ,.,...., 7 0
Joe Kauffman, Exxon Dist. ..... ...... 1 23
Kauffman, Kelley ,...... . ..,,....... ........ 7 0
Kauffman, Tim ................... ........ 9 1
KBJT ................... ...... 1 25
Kegley, Doug ,........ ...... ..83
Kegley, Mike .....,...,...... ........ 7 7
Knickerbocker, Jane ...... ...... 1 04
Kyzer, Mary .................. ........ 7 7
Ladd, Phillip .......... ........ 7 7
Lambert, Mary ..,...,... ..,..... 9 1
Lambeth, David ........ ..,..... 7 7
Langford, Marilyn ,...... ........ 8 3
Langford, Nancy ,..... ........ 7 7
Langford, Steve ....... ........ 9 1
Langley, Clark .......
Langley, Jill ...,....
Langley, Mark .......... ........ 9 2
Langley, Sandra ....... ........ 9 2
Lasiter, Madge ......
Lasiter, Mark .........
Lawson, Debra ............ ........ 7 O
Lawson, Geraldine ..... ........ 7 O
Lawson, Gloria ......... ...,.... 8 3
Leary, Lisa ......
Lee, Dwight .......
Levins, Bobby ....,.
Lewis, Mark .......
Lloyd, Ronald .......
Lowe, Carlton ......
Lowe, John ...............
Lummus, Jeffrey .......,.
Lynn, Jerry ..............
Lyons, Gayle .......,..........
McClain, Linda .......,,......... .........
McClain Welding Shop ....... ....... 1 25
McClellan, Brenda ............ .........
McClellan, Cheryl ..........
McClellan, Karen ........
McCollum, Mike .......
McDonald, Arthur .......
McHenry, Eric .,...........
McKinney, David ..,......
McMann, Mitzi ........
The Mad Butcher ........
Marks, Paul .....,........
Marks, Vernitia .........
Marks, Vicki .........
Marshall, Rosa .........
Martin, Greg .......,.....
Martindale, Gayle ....... ......... 7 1
Mason, Randy .......... ......... 7 2
Mason, Renadja ...... ......... 8 4
Mason, Sandra ........ ......... 8 4
Mason, Tommy ....... ......... 7 2
Mathew s ........................ ....... 1 14
Mathews, Judy Ann .....
Mathews, Lettie ..........
.. ...,..... 72
Mathews, Sonny .........
Matkin, Dianne ........
Matkin, Kathy .......
Matkin, Kenny ......
Matkin, Ronnie ..,....
Matlock, Annette ........
Matlock, Debra .......
May, Danny ..........
May, Danny .......
Mays, Debbie .......
Meador, Betsy ......
Meador, Bill .......
Meador, Jay .......
Meads, Karen ...........
Meads, Johnnie .......
Miles, Barbara .......
Miles, JoAnne .......
Miller, Floyd ..........
Miller, Glenda ......,
Miller, Tim ................
Mitchell, Jim ...............,
Mitchell, Pattie Sue .....,.
Mitchell, Randy ...........
Mitchell, Sonya ........
Moffett, Kathy .......
Moore, Bernice ..,.....
Moore, Terry .........
Morgan, Dianne ....... ..,.... ........
Morgan, Marcus .............,.,...... ....,...
V. H. Morgan Oil Co., Inc. ...... ....... 1 14
Morris, Jerald ......,.........,....... ......., 7 2
Morris, Leo .............., .......
Moseley, Bugs ......
Moseley, Judy .......
Murphy's Gulf .......
New, Scott ...,..,......
Nichols, Tim ..,,........,...
Nicholson, James .......
Nix, Sammy .......,......
Nix, Thomas ..........
Noble, Gerald ........ ...... 1 00
Nutt, Ricky .......... ........ 8 4
Nutt, Rony .....,....... ........ 7 2
Oakley, Janice ....... ,......, 8 4
Oliver, Jeffrey. .,,.... ....,... 8 4
Oliver, Karen ......... ,...,,.. 7 8
Oliver, Ronald ....... .....,.. 9 2
O'Mary, Mark ....,... ........ 9 2
Owens, Ben ........... ........ 9 2
Owens. Linda ............... ........ 7 8
Palmer, Ruth Ann .....,.. ........ 7 8
Parham, Debra .......... ........ 9 2
Parham Pulpwood ....... .,.... 1 20
Parham, Robert ........ ...... 1 OO
Parham, Robin ...... ........ 7 8
Parham, Roy ...... .....,.. 8 4
Parks, Faye ......,.. ...,.... 8 4
Parnell, Wanda ......... ........ 8 4
Parsons, Beverly ....... ........ 8 4
Parsons, Connie ....... ........ 7 8
Parsons, Karen ..... ........ 8 4
Parsons, Margie ..,..... .....,.. 7 2
Patton, Becky ........ ...,.... 7 2
Paul, Leonard ....... .....,.. 7 8
Phelps-Dodge ....... ...... 1 29
Phillips, Janette ........ ..,,.... 8 4
Phillips, Janice ...... ....,,.. 8 5
Pierce, Debbie ..............., ........ 9 2
Pierce, Denise ..........,...,..... ,....... 8 5
Larry Pierce Pulpwood. .,..... ...... 1 26
Pierce, Martha ......,............ ...... 1 O5
Ponder, Auburn ...........,.. ...,.. 1 O2
Ponder, Ted .......... ...... 1 O2
Poole, Mandy ............ ........ 7 8
Powers, Ginger ...,.... ........ 8 5
Price, Sharon ........ .....,.. 7 2
Price, Susan .,........... ...,.... 8 5
Proctor, Wanda ........ .,,..,., 9 2
Provance, Connie .....,.. ........ 9 2
Pruitt, Brian .............. ......., 7 8
Pruitt, Kathy ....... ........ 7 2
Pruitt, Mary ........ ....,... 8 5
Pyle, Marilyn ......... ........ 7 8
Quarles, Thena ,....,,, ........ 8 5
Quimby, Alford ......,.. ....,... 7 8
Rainey, Marilyn ........ .,...... 9 5
Ramer, David ........ ......... 8 5
Ramsey, Susan ....,... ......... 7 3
Raney, Anita ........., ....... , .95
Raney, Denise ,......... ......... 7 8
Raney, Kenneth ....... ...,..... 8 5
Raney, Joyce ......... ......... 7 3
Rankin, Charles ....... ......... 9 2
Reed, Sharon ........ ......., 7 3
Reeme, James .,..... ......., 7 8
Reynolds, Daryl .....,.. ........ 7 3
Rich, Barbara ,....... ...,.... 7 8
Rich, Gayle .....,...... .....,.. 7 8
Richart, Horace ........ .,...... 9 5
Ripley, Dee ....,.....,.... ..,..... 9 5
Ritchie, Donnie ........ ........ 8 5
Roach, Bessie .,..... ..,..... 9 5
Roack, Rose ....,...,. ........ 7 8
Roberts, Paul .............. ........ 9 8
Robertson, Debra ....... ........ 9 5
Robinson, Johnnie ....,... ...... 1 O4
Rogers, Becky ..,....,..... ...... 1 04
Rogers, Beverly ...,... ........ 7 8
Rogers, Bud ......,... ......., 9 5
Ross Pharmacy ........ ....... 1 19
Rothwell, Ruthie ...... ...,...., 7 8
Russell, Greg ,....... ......., 8 5
Russell, Mike ......... ......,. 9 5
Saeler, Patti ........... ......... 7 8
Sargent, Jackie ........ .....,... 7 8
Sargent, Stanley ......, ,...... 9 5
Schaffner, Bill ....,... ....... 7 8
Schaffner, Danny ....., ....... 8 5
Scott, Daryl ............ .......... 9 5
Scott, Herbert ........ ....,... 1 04
Scott, Lovidee ,....... ,,,.... 8 5
Sellers, Rickey, ......... ..,.... 7 3
Shelton, George ....,.. ..,,... 7 8
Sherman, Clarita .,.....,... , ...... 73
Sherman, Raymond ....,.... ....,.. 9 5
Sherman, Thelma ......... ....... 9 5
Simpson, Lois ............ ....... 8 5
Sisson, Sheri .......... ....... 7 B
Smead, Debra. ..,,... , ...... 73
Smith, Annette ...,,..... .......... 8 5
Smith Body Shop ...... ........ 1 15
Smith, Charley ....... ....... 8 5
Smith, Janice .,.... ....... 8 5
Smith, Jerry ..........,. ,....., 7 3
Smith, Juanita .,...... ....... 7 8
Smith, Katie .....,... ....... 9 5
Smith, Rebecca ..... ....... 7 8
Smith, Rose Ann ....,... ....... 9 5
Smith, Tommy ............ ....... 7 0
Southern L. P. Gas ....... ........ 1 25
Spann, Karen ............. ......, 9 5
Steelman, Susan A. ..,... ....... 7 8
Stell, Patsy ................. ,,..... 7 8
Sterling's ....,...,....... ........ 1 19
Stewart, Randy ,.,....... ....... 7 8
Stewart, Timothy ,... ..,.. ..78
Stewart, Carl ........., ....... 9 5
Stewart, Scotty .......... ....... 7 3
Strickland, Margie ........ ....... 7 8
Stringfellow, Becky ...,., ....... 8 5
Sumler, Bobbie .......... ..,.... 7 3
Sumler, Janice ....,........,.......... ....... 7 8
Sumler, Tonnie ...............,.......,..... ....... 8 5
Super Tire Mart- Fordyce
Super Tire Mart- Hampton ....... .,,..... 1 20
Sutton, Vickie ............................ ....... 7 3
Tatum, Douglas ...... .,,.... 7 3
Tatum, Fredick .....,.. .......... 8 5
Terry, Bruce ........ ......,. 1 00
Thrower, Alvin ........, ....... 9 5
Thrower, John .......,. ,...,.. 9 5
Thrower, Mary .......,. ..,,... 9 6
Tidwell, Debra ......,.. ....... 9 6
Tidwell, John ....... ....,.. 8 5
Tidwell, Terry ...... ....... 7 8
Tipton, Greg ............ ....,.. 9 6
Todd, Terri ................. ....... 7 3
Tomlinson, Debra ......,.. ....... 8 5
Totty, Debbie .............. ....... 7 8
Turner, David ........,. ....... 9 6
Turner, Debbie ........ ....... 8 5
Turner, Leilani ....... ....... 9 6
Turner, Mark .....,. .....,,... 7 3
U.S. Air Force ..... ........ 1 28
Vance, Steve ....... ....... 7 8
Vance, Walter .....,.... .....,. 9 6
Van Horn, Andy ...,.. ....... 7 8
Vincent, Gwen ........ ....... 7 3
Vinson, Barbara ......... ....,.. 7 3
Vinson, Mary Ann ...... ....... 7 3
Vinson, Shirley ........ ....... 8 5
Walker, Teresa ......,. ....... 9 6
Wallace, Duane ...... ....... 8 O
Wallace, Greg ..... ..,.... 7 3
Wallace, Tony ..... ....... 8 5
Walthall, Becky .....,. ....... 8 O
Walthall, Mike ........,...... ....... 8 5
Warner, Raymond ......... ....... 8 O
Warner, Royce ........... ....... 7 3
Warner, Wilma .....,. ,,,,,,, 9 5
Warnix, Jimmy, .......,.. ..
Watson's Pharmacy .,....... ......... 1 25
Weaver, Jimmy ................. ......
Webb, Debra, .,............. .... . .
Whiteside, Keith ..........,,... .....,
Whiteside, Mary Gale ........, ......
Whitley, Donna ,.,......... ......
Williams, Carol ,,,.,.. .... , ..... .,,. . .
Williams, Jeff ..,....,.....,.. ,,...,
Williams, Kathy .........
Williams, Kenny ...,....
Williams, Leodis ..,,...
Williams, Ricky ...,..
Williams, Robert .......
Williams, Sonya ............ ,,....
Williams, Warnette ....... ......
Wilson, Butch ........... ,..,..
Wilson, Cathy .,....... ......
Wilson, Linda .....,...... ......
Wilson, Randy ,......,...... ...,..
Wilson, Sandra Totty ..,.... ......
Woodson, Herbert ....... ......
Woodson, Randy ......
Wright, Phyllis ........
Wright, Prince ..,.,...
Wynne, Martha, ....... ..
Young, Ida Jean ....,...
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A time of confidences,
Long ago . . . it must be.
I have a photograph.
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