Neville High School - Monroyan Yearbook (Monroe, LA)
- Class of 1963
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Neville High School
The Student Body
Welcome To The School "With The Spirit"
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VVhaT does Neville High School
mean To The sTudenTs vvho have
Treaded her hallvvays from one
class To anoTher'? To each of her
sTudenTs she may mean some-
Thing differenT. To one, fellovv-
ship, To anofher, fun, buT To all
her sTudenTs she personifies a
challenge. Each of Them feels a
challenge To meeT The TesT she
offers f if noT To pass an exami-
naTion, or subiecf, or To graduaTe,
iusf To Qef To classes on Time.
CVVho hasn'T had a secref fear of
Those pink - unexcused - Tardy
ln every segmenf - noT iusf
The academic f one feels The
challenge of being a parT of
Neville. For Tvvo consecuTive
years The foofball Team has mef
and overcome every obsTacle, ob-
Taining The sTaTe championship.
NoT only The foofball Team, buT
The baseball, basl4eTball, a n d
Track Teams have worked hard
for The sTaTe crovvn. AT Neville,
everyThing anyone does -- vvheTh-
er vviTh The band, The TigereTTes,
or The chorus, is done vviTh The
desire To achieve perfecfion, and
be The besT. Perhaps This desire
To do besT is vvhaf is knovvn as
Neville's famed school spiriT, al-
Though iT shovvs besT vvhen car-
ried over To aThIeTics. IT has been
said ThaT when The Neville fooT-
ball Team vvalks ouT onTo The fooT-
ball field, The Neville spiriT puTs
The Tigers Tvvo Touchdovvns
EveryThing done aT Neville is
done To be besT - and Neville
is besT - as evidenced by our
sTudenTs' scholasTic records, and
The number of NleriT Scholarship
semi-finalisfs, or in academics,
and in aThleTics, as evidenced by
The producfion of Three sTaTe
championships in one year. Each
Neville sTudenT is forTunaTe To
have had a parT of This spiriT.
Perhaps each sTudenT's life is
made beTTer by iT, for The legend
is ThaT when a Neville sTudenT
walks dovvn The aisle for The lasT
Time S Neville's spiriT will Walk
ouT inTo life wiTh him.
Til Wright holds aloft The flag of Neville High School
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eville High School
The Student Councul sponsored wcttvuttcs calendar for November
presents a busy life for the students
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O Neville High we sing To Thee. You siarid a mighty loriress
O Neville High vve praise. Oh Moriroe's cherished land
O Neville High vve bring To Thee, God bless you, Alma Maier,
Our love, all of our high school days. Forever may you srahd.
The renovation of the Neville High School auditorium was completed as part of the remodeling work
done during the summer of '62.
New Views on Campus
Opened for use in the spring of '62 was the completely modern bank building.
Favorites. . .
Activities. . . . . .
Classes. . .
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Monday morning . . . Time To geT up. The h
alarm didn'T work so There are only l5 minuTes I . A T
To dress. Hurry, gaTher up The books. No Time T 'T M
Tor breakfast There's The ride. GoT To pick up '
ribbons, Too. On The way To school, iT seems We I E ,
V . , The cusTodlan offlclally awakens The school To an
caTch every red light Well, finally arrrved. l-low Owe, day.
do These people geT here so early?
Who said he saw a parking space on The circle?
. . . Stretches and Yawns at Late-Comers
Dashing Through The empiy halls, one minuie before The bell.
School is a hub-bub of excitement because The
iuniors are ordering Their senior rings Today. Must
dash To library To pick up a book. Oops, There's
The bell for homeroom.
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- try To make a decision about their senior rings. be seen earlier.
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Knowledge ond for Food
Sam Caverlee presides over a pep assembly,
FirsT There's The flag bell and Then announce-
menTs. Three bells - The signal Tor a pep as-
sembly S ever presenT Tiger spiriT. A chernisfry
pop TesT. STuclying surely helps. NOT anoTher his-
Tory daTe . . . will lunch ever come?
Seniors march down the aisle afTer an assembly. The lunchline is The place To caTch up on The laTesT.
Only five minuTes To eaT. MUST drop by The
sTUdenT council bookslore. You know, Shakes-
peare vvasn'T such a load fellow aTTer all. Thank
goodness Tor sTUdy hall. GeT sTarTed on This horne-
Combine To Make The Day Complete
These are The announcements Tor Today.
Wonder whether she has a pass
One can almost hear wheels Turning.
The School Brecithes ci Sigh cis the Day Encls
lf you step on a tew people, you might be the first one out,
At 3:05 the rush is ony at this time a new tad hits Neville, that of seeing
how many students can be packed on one school bus.
Oh, no, not now! That bus driver waits tor no one
The 3:00 bell announces the end ot class
and the bugle the end of another school
day. Do we have Tigerette practice today?
. . . a new show. Don't forget to bring your
annual rnoney tomorrow - last day. l-low
is that bus going to hold everyone? Well,
now for some homework because it's back
to the salt mines tomorrow.
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A Teacher prepares for 1omorrow's classes.
Classes are over, but There's always acfivify
on campus - a ballgame, club meering. These
halls are silehT, buf They will echo again Tomor-
row wifh footsreps of eager sfudents.
One would hardly recognize These halls vvIThoUT students.
Okay, Tigerettes, on The double!
With the arrival of Fall '62, comes the
MR. VAN D. ODOM
Superintendent of Monroe City Schools
Expansion is the keyword in the activities of the
activities of the Monroe City School System in
1962-63. To meet the problem of an increasing
school age population, two new elementary
schools, Minnie Ruffin and Sallie Humble, were
opened. In addition, the School Board and staff
will set up headquarters in new offices by March
One of the duties of school board members is at-
tending regular monthly rneetings. Attending the
December meeting were from left to right: Frank
opening of two new schools in the city system
MR. PAUL J. NEAL MR. FRANK FRANCIS
Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent
Breese, William Gannaway, J. H. Scogin, Grayson
Guthrie, and Eddie Wlvetstone.
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Supervisor of instruction
Neville registers over 900 students.
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MISS ELEONA BRINSMADE
MR. A. E. CULPEPPER, JR.
MRS. OLIVE LEIGH COCHRAN
Supervisor of Instruction
Miss Kathryn Douciere Mr. Hilton Lytle
Guidance . . .
Many varied services are offered by the
guidance unit such as testing of students
Miss Douciere serves as a link between the school and the home.
"lf I were you, I'd. ."
for aptitude, IQ, college entrance, etc.,
and counseling for various problems all
the Way from vocational choices to dif-
ferent kinds ot school problems.
MISS KATHRYN DOUCIERE1 B.S., M.Ed., Louisiana
State University. Counselor for Juniors and Seniors.
MR. HILTON LYTLE: B.S., M.A., The A. and M. Col-
lege of Texas, M.S., Gallaudet College. Counselor for
Freshmen and Sophomores.
Library . . .
new, old books concern
MISS GENEVRA VVASHBURN: BA., New-
comb College, MA., Columbia University,
B.L.S., Louisiana State University. Library.
"Quiet, Please," seems to be a phrase
that is otten associated with a library. At
Neville the library is a haven-for those
who want to search for enjoyment or
knowledge through the world of the writ-
ten word. The library is an essential part
ot any school, and we have one of the
best. The library is equipped with books
on all subiects, periodicals, reference ma-
terials, and newspapers. All these make
writing term papers and reports, especial-
ly in English and in the Social Studies,
Amos Warner finds enjoyment
library books and homework.
Miss Genevra Washburn
Janet Brown, a library assistant, helps Kay Kilgore check out a book,
in a current periodical, while fellow students occupy themselves wtih
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Mrs. Rhea Buckner Mrs. Scott Hamilton
Seniors, Donna Weaver, Barl-c Harrison, and Diane West study The construction
of effective sentences.
Mrs. Thompson helps Jim Caverlee decide about the wording
ot a paragraph.
Mrs. Melba Little Mrs. Mildred Mitchell
English . . .
provides the key
English is the basis tor American edu-
cation. It we could not speak our own
language or write it well, where would
our government and living standards be?
Science, mathematics, anol history, and
other phases ot education would not be
possible without a language and an in-
telligent means ot recording happenings
and feelings. Our love of literature,
drama, and poetry causes us to reach tor
the stars from our tirm toundation of
grammar and speech.
MRS. RHEA BUCKNER: B.S., Louisiana State Univer-
sity. English I. Red Cross.
MRS. SCOTT HAMILTON: B.A., Newcomb College.
MRS. MELBA LITTLE: B.A., Louisiana Polytechnic Insti-
tute. English IV.
MRS. MILDRED MITCHELL: B.A., Baylor University.
MRS. EDITH BROWN RODRIGUEZ: B.A., Newcomb
College. English Il. Y-Teens.
MRS. ELEANOR THOMPSON: B.A., Louisiana State
University. English III.
MRS. BARBARA WARNER: B.A., Northwestern State
College. English I. Sizzler Staff.
MISS JANE VVHITTINGTON: B.A., Belhaven College,
M.A., Northwestern University. English I and IV.
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Mrs. Rodriguez gives Charles McLain an example of a sentence
a dangling participle.
Siudents in freshman English work on homework in class as Mrs. Warner helps Ronnie Clark.
Jesse G. Bergeron Mr. Edward D. Cascio
"Now, it really isn't that easy, Mr. Cascio," says Sally Hover,
while fellow students, George Cambell, Larry Flynn, and Mike
Dispenza look on agrecingly.
Mrs. Dunn finds two of her General Math students "do-
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Mathematics . . .
builds a foundation
"ThinI4I" is the watchword of students in the
mathematics curriculum at Neville as their minds
are filled with problems on percentage, factor-
ing, square roots, and use of the slide rule. Ev-
ery opportunity is extended to students who in-
tend to pursue such courses as chemistry, physics,
engineering, and architecture in college through
geometry, Algebra I and III, and advanced
mathematics. General and senior mathematics are
also offered to round out the curriculum.
MR. JESSE G. BERGERON: B.S., Northwestern State
College. Plane Geometry, General Mathematics. Safe-
MR. EDWARD D. CASCIO: B.S., Louisiana State Uni-
versity, M.Ed., University of Arkansas. Algebra I and
II. Key Club.
MRS. EUNICE DUNN: B.A., Louisiana College, M.S.,
Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. Senior Mathematics,
MR. D. VV. GRIFFITH: B.S., North Texas University,
M.A., University of Colorado. Head of Math Depart-
ment, Advanced Mathematics.
MRS. VIRGINIA MULLINS: B.S., Northeast Louisiana
State College, M.S., University of Illinois. Algebra I
MRS. RUTH SMITH: B.A., Louisiana State University.
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"Mr, Griffith, you really don'1 mean this answer is wrong!"
exclaims Don Sager,
Mrs. Mullin wonders if Newby McNeill and Laura Griffin wiil ever finish Those simple equations.
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"Ot course the Declaration ot Independ-
Ray Harvey, Al McDutf, Donna Lomax, Jan Lanier, Kenny Duncan, Ronnie ence Was Signed in 177611, explains Mrs.
Danna-all students in World History.
Mrs. King helps Marilyn Daigle with her notes,
Eileen Baur. All juniors are required to
take this and they are encouraged to take
a supplementary course in World His-
tory. Problems of Democracy deals with
the maior complexities of the U. S. and
attempts to find its own solution ot such
political questions as "Should the United
States recognize Red China?" Civics is
also required of all students.
MRS. EILEEN H. BAUER: M.A., Louisiana Poly-
technic Institute. American History, American Gov-
MRS. PATSY KING: B.A., Northeast Louisiana State
College. Civics. Tigerettes.
MR. JOHN W. TURNER: B.A., Northeast Louisiana
State College. Civics, Printing Department.
Social Studies . . .
Mr. Turner asks Jack Green to find an answer in the book, and Walter Leonard tries
Looking over an article on Cuba in the "U.S. News and World Report," are Mrs. Bauer and Sage
Redding, a sfudent in the Problems of Democracy class.
To see, Too
Mrs. Bernice Hickman Miss Marianna Johnson Mr. Larry Reeves
Barbara Buckner notices that she lust made one and one add
up to tour.
Diane West works To complete a practice set in bookkeeping.
Commerce . . .
prepares us for
The chimes of business machines and clicking
of typevvriters are not uncommon in the regular
day of study in the commerce department.
Whether shorthand, typing, Bookkeeping, or
clerical practice is the choice, the graduate goes
on to college or career well prepared for vvhat-
ever awaits him.
MRS. BERNICE HICKMAN: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic
Institute, M.B.E., University of Mississippi. Shorthand,
MISS MARIANNA JOHNSON: B.S., Louisiana Poly-
technic Institute, M.E.B., University of Mississippi.
Typewriting, Bookkeeping, General Mathematics.
MR. LARRY REEVES: B.S., Northwestern State College.
Typewriting, Clerical Practice, Physical Education.
Mike Williams tries to finish a page of a booklet in typewriting-his 10th fry
Mr. Reeves shows Big John Segars some hand exercises for Yypewriting ease. Connie Marshall, Sandy
Rowe, Annie Sigler, and Randell Fallin work in the background.
Nlf. L. D. Allen MF. William D4 Fritz Mr. Larry Loftin Mr. Ronnie H. Thompson
Performing experiments in measuring the buoyancy of certain
materials is senior Nick White.
Using the scientist's basic tool, the Bunsen burner, to distill water
s physics student Terry Hessick,
Science . . .
ancl instills insight
Double, double, toil and trouble, fire
burn and cauldron bubble." Only one of l
the courses offered in the science curri- l
culum is chemistry, where students cook
up weird, sometimes very maloclorous,
concoctions in performing their experi-
ments. Along the road of hard study
stretched before the eyes of the physics
student are heat, light, electricity, and
force. Potential engineers find this a most
engrossing subject. General science and
biology lay the ground work for a more
advanced study in high school or college.
MR. L. D. ALLEN: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic lnstituteg
M.S., Louisiana State University. Chemistry and Biol-
ogy. Science Club.
MR. WILLIAM D. FRITZ: B.S., M.S., Gettysburg Col-
lege, M.A., T.C., Columbia University. Advanced
Chemistry and College Prep. Chemistry.
MR. LARRY LOFTIN: B.S., M.Ed., Louisiana State Uni-
MR. RONNIE H. THOMPSON: B.S., Louisiana Poly-
technic Institute. Physics and General Science. Dark-
into the future.
Pointing out some basic forms of living matter to a class which includes sophomore Jimmie
Rogers is Mr. Lofiin.
Performing experiments is a necessary part of any chemistry class. Here Mr. Fritz explains whaT's
happening To Steve Huffman, Deas Parrish, and Bill Hunt.
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Home Economics . . .
prepares students for
"A stitch in time saves nine," not only in later lite
but also in passing Home Economics. Careless stu-
dents, unaware of the proverb, are always ripping
out stitches in projects being done in clothing lab.
If not knowing how to boil water is a problem, a
course in foods is guaranteed to make one good
housewife. As well as learning to cook and sew, a
girl can learn child care, good grooming, etiquette,
and many other features of homemaking. Family liv-
ing, also, is offered as a co-educational course.
MRS. DAISY H. DANIELS: B.S., Louisiana State Univer-
sity, M.A., Mississippi College. Home Economics II,
Ill, IV. FHA.
MRS. DOROTHY T. JOHNSON: B.S., Northeast Louisi-
iana State College. Home Economics I, Family Living.
Diane Goza, Donna Wene, and Sally Ensmlnger a!! wonder, do wc dare eat this?
Dogs add a Iiifle wildlife to the Future Homemakers of Amerkta style show.
Miss Vera Dowling Mr. Lawrence McGough
Crafts . . .
Mr. McGough explains a linear principle to Mike Pearson while other
Mechanical Drawing students, Jim Mears and Carroll Clark, who saw the
camera, work in the background.
The camera stops the twirling action of the project on
which Ronnie Clark is working.
Industrial Arts students are well trained
in the use of T-squares, thirty-six degrees
right triangles, and protractors. The ex-
hibition of the finished products climax-
es a year's training in the art of carpen-
try. Industrial Arts students don't need
the modern "Do It Yourself" kits, they
learn their skill in class.
Whether to work toward a career or to
develop an absorbing hobby, art students
found in varied courses a wide area for
investigation. They learn the elements of
design and technique in painting, sketch-
ing, and modeling.
MISS VERA DOWLING: B.A., Louisiana Polytechnic
MR. LAWRENCE McC-JOUGH: B.S., Northwestern State
College. Mechanical Drawing, Architectural Drawing,
Woodworking I and II, Ceramics.
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Eastland Gray dcrnands, "QueIIe I-loure estYil?"
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, tago of the lab in learning a foreign language.
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Lcmguages . .
"Latin is not dead," says Miss Ruth
Simmons, first through fourth year Latin
teacher. The students who study this clas-
sic language are those who realize that a
knowledge of Latin is essential. French,
another foreign language offered at Ne-
ville, is presented to students in the most
modern way, Lab, a fairly new addition
to our school, aids our teachers tremen-
dously. Although the Spanish department
is greatly unpublicized, we realize what
an important contribution it makes to
Neville. "Adios, amigosf'
MISS SANDRA BEACH: B.A., Northeast State College.
French I, Annual.
MRS. MARGARET FLOURNOY: B.A,, Radcliffe COI-
lege. Spanish I and II, Latin I.
MISS RUTH SIMMONS: B.A., Southwestern University
of Texas, M.A., University of Texas. Latin I, II, III, IV.
MRS. MARGARET TAYLOR: B.A., University of South-
western Louisiana, M.A., Tulane University. French
II, III. French Club.
Janna Rorex, Martha Easley, and Gene Galligan note Rome, the capital of the Roman world.
Henry Ladshaw and Sherry Dlckenhorst repeat a dialog mn French
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Paula Moreland and Janet Moses demonstrate the modified push-up.
Basketball is the major winter activity for boys' Physical Education.
"Youth Physical Fitness ProgrameUgh!"
How many times have each of us moaned
this phrase? With extra emphasis on Phys-
ical Fitness, the Physical Education De-
partment has expanded rapidly.
MISS LOU ANN BOYD: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic In-
stitute. Physical Education.
MR. CHARLIE BROWN: B.S., University of Southwest-
ern Louisiana. Physical Education, Varsity Coach.
MR. J. R. CHILDRESS: B.S., Northeast State College,
M.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. Driver Education,
Physical Education, Varsity Coach.
MR. BENNY HOLLIS: B.S., Northeast Louisiana State
College. Physical Education, Head Basketball Coach.
MISS BABS LEE: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute.
Physical Education, Girls' Basketball Coach.
MR. BILL RUPLE: B.A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute.
Physical Education, Head Football Coach, Athletic Di-
MR. WILLIAM L. SMITH: B.S., Louisiana State Univer-
sity. General Science, Physical Education.
COACH BUCK STEWART: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic
Institute. Biology, Driver Education, Freshman Football
Coach, Head Track Coach.
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The string section of the orchestra practices during class.
Mr. DiGiulian raises the baton for attention.
Sounds ot violins, trombones, and voices till the
air in the music department. Glee club is ottered to
all students who have a singing talent as an elective
course. In the instrumental phase ot the program or-
chestra and band are ottered to promote the music-
ianship ot the individual.
MR. ROGER DIGIULIAN: B.M., Stetson University,
M.M., Louisiana State University. Orchestra.
MR. HERBERT GATHRIGHT: B.A., Louisiana Polytech-
nic Institute. Band.
MISS NINA HARRIS: BA., Newcomb College. Choral
Director, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus.
The Girls' chorus pradices first period for a performance
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MR. JERRY LEE: BA., Northeast Louisiana State Col-
legeg MA., Harding College. Speech l and ll, World
History. Student Council.
Mr. Lee gives Linda Williams a few pointers on presenting a
"How should I use my hands this time?" Stu-
dent ot speech practices hand motions before a
mirror. ln debate one must learn to say the right
thing at the right time, then use the hand gesture
at the most effective moment. Sometimes the
whole meaning to the audience of the argument
hinges on the hand usage. To prepare material
tor the debate one looks at the problem from
both sides, then thinks ot arguments against ev-
ery argument one's opponent may have.
Staff handles problems with efficiency
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The purpose of this organization is to pro-
mote better understanding betvveen the ad-
ministration, faculty and the student body.
The Student Council has many activities to
raise funds for its Foreign Exchange Student
Program, including a talent shovv, a book-
store, where paper bound books are sold,
and a selling of shares, or bonds in the For-
eign Exchange Student Program.
At Christmas the Student Council sent
canned goods vvhich were given by mem-
bers of the student body, to the Goodfel-
lovv's. Drive for distribution to the needy.
Other activities included a workshop of Stu-
dent Council members to LEE Jr. High School
Student Council president Sam Caverlee presides
over a pep assembly.
Freshman members are from left tc
right: Clyde White, Carol Hargus
Sophomore members are from left to right: Charles Williams, Camille Carso, Margaret
Rea, Susie McBride, Brenda Carso, Donna Porter, and Gene Galligan.
onvention to be held in Monroe
and a student assembly where students of
Neville discussed ways to eliminate school
Delegates from the council were sent to the
Louisiana State Convention of Student Coun-
cils, held in Houma, and to the Southern As-
sociation of Student Councils Convention held
in Richmond, Virginia. In the fall of 1963,
the Neville Student Council will host the an-
nual S.A.S.C. Convention.
The council sponsor is Mr. J. R. Lee and
officers include: President, Sam Caverlee,
Vice-President, Kurt Guelzovv, Secretary-Treasf
urer, Cynthia Leigh, Sergeant at Arms, Tommy
Sparks, Historian, Steve Huffman, Reporter,
Louise Weir, Parliamentarian, Jim Caverlee,
and Chaplain, Til Wright.
Senior members are from left to right: Nancy Crossland,
Kathy McSherry, Louise Weir, Tommy Sparks, Gary Gan-
navvay, Nick White, Sam Caverlee, Don Saget, and Kurt
Mary Tom Keller, Janey Wilbert,
Janna Rorex, Cheryl Montgomery.
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Junior members include from left to right: Gayle Kelly, Steve
Huffman, Til Wright, Ronnie Factor, Judy Searcy, Arden Anders,
Malcolm Smith, Jan Reagan.
Steve Huffman presents Bruna Clerico with an
honorary membership of the Junior Classical League.
Bruna is the center of attention everywhere she
For several years the Neville Student Council
worked to raise enough money to finance a for-
eign exchange student. After numerous proiects,
including a pancake supper, talent shows, and
auctions of senior Student Council members, the
goal was finally attained. Nevillites eagerly await-
ed the arrival of the foreign pupil, whom they
had heard was a girl from Italy. When at last
Bruna Clerico came in early August, she was im-
mediately caught up in the social whirl for which
Neville is noted, and by the time school started,
she was a favorite among her classmates. Never
having spoken English before, she has learned to
communicate easily with Americans, and has
proved quite successful in her school work.
What kind of life did this attractive girl lead
before coming to the United States? Born in Sa-
luzzo, Cuneo, an ltalian province, she moved to
Turin at the age of one. l-ler parents are Francisco
Clerico, who works in a factory, and her mother,
Piera Clerico. She has two sisters-Rosalba, 25,
and Milena, 23, Living in an apartment with Mi-
lena and her parents, Bruna has always attended
school in Turin, where she has won many awards.
Not inexperienced with languages other than Ital-
ian, Bruna went to Toulouse, France in i958 to
learn to speak French more fluently. ln l96O, she
visited friends in Germany, where she practiced
that tongue for two weeks. After much compe-
tition, Bruna was notified that she had been se-
lected by the American Field Association to come
to the United States. With only ten days left be-
fore her ship was to sail, Bruna hastily prepared
to leave her family and friends for a year to live
in a strange land. Aboard the ocean liner, loaded
with 800 foreign exchange students, Bruna had a
marvelous voyage and thoroughly enioyed it. Af-
ter docking in New York, she flew to Monroe to
be greeted by happy Neville students. ln answer
to questions about whether she likes America and
its people, Bruna emphatically replies "Yes." She
likes American food, especially bread, and has
gained weight on her new diet. The customs and
habits of our youth not radically different from
those of ltalians, are exciting to her. Everyone
concerned with the situation, including Dr, and
Mrs. Cyril Yancey and Connie, are successfully
carrying out the highest ideals of the foreign stu-
Bruna has fit in perfectly with the active stu-
dent life here at Neville. She is a member of the
Student Council and has attended both the Re-
gional and National Conventions. She was select-
ed for membership in the French and Latin Clubs.
Being a Tigerette, Bruna has enthusiastically sup-
ported all of that organization's activities. She was
selected as an honorary Red Cross member and
was elected to the coveted position of Most ln-
tellectual Senior Girl. Bruna is truly an asset to
Neville and an inspiration to the Student Council's
foreign student program.
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lollipops taste so tonny, you should have
taken the covers oft, Arah La Grange,
Vicky Hallmark, and Jeannie Brice!"
"Come on, girls, let's all sing the same song!" The Waiting backstage for their turns on the talent show are, lett to right, Gayle
"Sweater-Girls," trying a little harmony are, lett to Smith, Georgia "Elvis" Mullins, Martha Guyton, Buzz Redding, Gloria Lewis,
right, Carolyn Murray, Janet Noland, Shawn McBride, Mike Pearson, Julia Hooclemaker, and Brenda Crow.
Sage Redding, Sheila Rester, Cynthia Leigh, Kathleen
Cochran, and "VVeezie" Weir.
Jan Reagan wovvs 'em all as she shows 'cm how To do ine
Mexican Haf Dance Hop!
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cludes ner Taik at the Taioni assernbiy. McBride, Mike Pearson, Sage Redding, Buzz Redding
and Mike Kcnwp.
The Symphonic Band is composed of advanced musicians from The Senior, Junior, Sophomore and Fresh-
man classes who meeT sTricT quaiiTicaTions vviih an audifion aT The beginning of The school year. The
Symphonic Band is a EonsisTenT winner in Concerf performance aT The sTaTe Band FesTivai, The abiliTy of
This organization is such That The members get The opporTDniTy to play some of The finest music in
existence and Thereby geT The benefiT of a Truiy fine musical experience Thar They can remember for The
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and perform half-time shows at all Neville Varsity Football games, In addition to the football marching
season, this group prepares for an ahhual marching band contest. The I962-63 Marching Band attained
the highest rating possible in the LMEA Marching Festival at North Caddo High School.
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games, marching in local parades, concerts and music festival participation.
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also performs at halftime football shows
marches in parades and provides leadership
training throughout the organization. To fi
nance their projects and the annual senioi
trip, the Tigerettes sell birthday calendars
and candy. ln the pep squad, composed o'
about 200 girls, each member must main
tain certain grades and comply with specifiec
rules. Providing leadership for the girls are
the following officers: standing, at left are
the field officers: Shavvn McBride, Company
Commander, Gayle Kelly, Junior Alternate
Commander, Carolyn Murray, Senior Com-
mander, Paula Neal, Senior Alternate Com-
mander, and .lan Mason, Junior Commander
Seated are the executive officers, Brenda
Carso, Secretary, Cynthia Leigh, President,
Pat Porter, Vice-President, and Milann Gan-
spirit throughout the year.
Paula Neal and the Neville Tigerettes were
born The same year-l9115. In fact, Paula's
father, Paul Neal, organized the Tigerettes.
Paula was "adopted" by the group, who
wanted to take pictures of her as soon as she
was born so that they could be used in the
yearbook. Mrs. Neal, now a Teacher at Neville,
at first ran the girls off, but later consented to
Paula's being a mascot. Paula was only Three
when she wore her first "Tigerette Uniform."
Even Then Paula was a neat and snappy dress-
er, and her conduct and attitude when in uni-
form have never ceased to be a credit to The
Tigerettes. It is fitting that we dedicate This
section about the organization To Paula Neal.
Members of Tigerettes are from left to right, first
row: Shawn McBride, Pat Porter, Paula Neal, Jan
Mason, Gayle Kelly, second row: Dana Mouk, Lucille
Morton, Peggy Windham, Diane Crawford, Becky
Middleton, Barbara Smith, Belva Polson, Pat Ayers,
Janet Kiper, Beverly Nolan, Connie Poison, George-
anne Wolcott, Sharon West, Brenda Crow, Barbara
Jackson, Phyllis Freeman, Susan Sherrouse, third rovv:
Pam Clay, Mary Lou- Reliac, Jean Colvin, Pat Holla-
way, Paula Meeks, Vickie Clark, Tena Kimball, Diane
Womack, Mary Alice Yeldell, Avon Wolcott, Harriet
Lowery, Sally Ensminger, Sue Kelly, Terry Campbell,
Paula Lyons, Linda Kay Willard, Judy Smith, fourth
row: Amanda Cobb, Diane Halley, Kitty Vaughn,
Karen Walker, Kaki Stone, Mickey Varnado, Linda
Bryce, Robbie Hicks, Suzanne Mosely, Pam Burgess,
Merrie Jo Simonton, Sherry Branch, Lela Rowan, Mary
Myatt, Susan High, Mickie McWilliams, Karen Link,
fifth ro'vv, Kathryn Bird, Tersa Langley, Janet Moses,
Milann Gannaway, Cynthia Williams, Linda Adams,
Ruth Ann Cowder, Susan Cochran, Marsha Frost, Nan-
cy Pounds, Sally Wing, Kathy Stadler, Sharon Allen,
Brenda Carso, Barbara Parker, Judy Grigsby, Rita
Brandon, sixth rovv: Faye Cannon, Pat Kozlosky,
Cheryl Brooks, Nancy Talbot, Sandra Wood, Elaine
Butler, Donna Lomax, Nancy Gilliland, Carol Culpep-
per, Marilyn Goldman, Susan Benton, Unidentifiable,
Connie Marshall, Lynn Haddad, seventh row: Connie
Yancy, Laura Griffith, Judy Branch, Brenda George,
Sandy Heller, Charlene Wedemeyer, Diane Entrican,
Gloria Stone, Jan Conlin, Unidentifiable, Carolyn
Courson, Diane White, Wanda Phillips, Cynthia Tucker,
Sue Cowder, Linda Atkinson, Sandy Ballard, eighth
row: Kathy Hollis, Donna Spargo, Vicki Hallmark,
Beverly Blackman, Lynn Allen, Janet Brown, Peggy
Marx, Elaine Hanna, Judy Searcy, Shelia Rester, Linda
Bryce, Janet Vanderpool, Billie Porter,
ley, Mary Alyce Pankey, Fran Shattuck
ninth rovvg Ann McElroy, Carolyn Rea,
Sally Hover, Unidentifiable, Kay Joyce,
Peggy Marx, Marilyn Denoux, Jean
Lomax, Laura Griffith, Unidentifiable,
Gloria Abraham, tenth row: Margaret Rea, Sandy
Rowe, Mary Lou Reliac, Ann Brinson, Deas Parrish,
Donna Reed, Benita Williams, Unidentifiable, Mary
Beckett, Donna Porter, Susan Allen,JPaula Moreland,
Mary Beth Downing, eleventh row: Louise Weir, Janet
Nolan, Bruna Clerico, Polly Johnson, Gayle Dunn,
Unidentifiable, Lynne Bryce, Daria Dunckelman, Jo
Ann Patterson, Cindy Rowe, Terega Bee, Ashley Ben-
ton, Donna DeCell, Brenda Gresham, Mary Reynolds.
Americcmism Club promotes American ideals.
The Americanism Club of Neville High School
was Tounded in The Tall of l96l. Sponsors now
include Mrs. Eileen Bauer, Mrs. PaT King, Mr.
Jerry R. Lee, and Mr. John Turner.
This organizaTion was Tormed To promoTe The
ideals of The American way oT life and To combaT
The perils oT Communism.
AcTiyiTies include club discussion, groups on
pending governmenTal decisions, guesT speakers,
and reporTs by club members on The meThods oT
Those members comprising The Board of Di-
recTors include: Seniors, KurT Guelzovv, Shavvn
McBride, Louise Weir, and Nick VVhiTe, Juniors,
Sharron Allen, Milann Gannavvay, and Deas Parish.
PicTured in TronT of a map of The Uniied Sraies are The members oT The Americanism Club. FirsT row,
left To rigl'T Sandy Ballard Diane Hall y Milann Gannavvay, Carolyn Murray, Cynthia Leigh, Holly
Bayne Second row Jane Edwards Sharon Allen Louise Weir, KaThle-en Cochran, Shawn McBride, Third
row Deas Parrish David McCaskrll Gary Gannaway KurT Guelzovv, and Dick Marsh.
Key Club sign announces school activities.
Collecting money from the program sales during a
home football game are Spike Burton and George
Neville is very proud of its Key Club.
The Key Club has participated in numer-
ous activities, among which are the sell-
ing of football programs, the purchasing
of an illuminated sign for the front of
the school, and the raising of money for
the next foreign exchange student.
Key Club officers enioy planning the club's function, such as the
annual banquet, FRONT ROW: Jim Caverlee, Secretary, Tom Sparks,
Senior Board Member, Nancy Crossland, Sweetheart, Jim Howard,
President, DeWitt Beckett, Treasurer. BACK ROVV: George Levert,
Junior Board Member, Steve Huffman, Parliamentarian, Sam Cavere
lee, Chaplain, Kurt Guelzovv, Vice-president.
The Key Club membership increases at the annual banquet and initiation, Pictured at the Paragon Club
after the affair are this year's membership. Front row: Mr. E. D. Cascio, Sponsor, Gene Gailigan, Charles
Williarrs, Steve Huffman, Jimmy Howard, N'ck White, Terry Mahr, Bob Rowan, Micky Harper, second row:
Nevvby McNeil, Robert McSherry, Richard Kiper, David McCaskill, Gary Holt, Malcolm Smith, Ronnie Factor,
last row: Jim Caverlee, James Willis, George Levert, Tom Sparks, DeWitt Beckett, Don Johnson, Kurt
Guelzovv, Sam Caverlee, Barry Mullins,
Monroyan Staff plans, prepares, "sweat
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room iusT before a deadline as The sTaTT scrambles
desperaTely againsT Time To produce The flflonroy-
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Editors include from left fo right: Shawn McBride, Pat Porler, Sage Redding,
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Reporters include from left To right: Annie Sigler, Jeanne Rowan, Frances Byrd, and Sheila Rester.
Red Cross sells mums at Homecoming
STudying before class are officers PaT Ayers, and Judy Swayze.
The American High School Red
Cross vvas iniTiaTed aT The requesT of
leading eclucaTors in TQT7. lTs pur-
pose is To enable sTuderis, Through
Their regular school program, To par-
TicipaTe in communiTy services. High
School Red Cross is open To all sTu-
denTs. In l9l8 SupT. E. L. Neville, one
of The CharTer Members of OuachiTa
Parish ChapTer called TogeTher school
Teachers and formed The TirsT Junior
Red Cross in OuachiTa Parish. The
main proiecT Tor The Neville Council
This year was selling mums Tor Home-
coming To make money Tor a school
chesT. Carol CroTvvell from Neville is
The ChapTer PresidenT Tor OuachiTa
Parish. The oTTicers Tor Neville are
PaT Ayers, President Susie McBride,
Vice-PresidenT, Carol OverTon, Secre-
Tary, and Carol CroTvvell, Treasurer.
Members of The clpb include from leTT Tc
right up The slepsz Kaye Turnage, Donna
Lomax, Smphanic Davis, Phyllis Middlolon
Teresa Langley, BenITa Wllfiams, MarThz
Easley, Pat Ayers, Jddy Svvayze.
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The aims of The Safefy Coun-
cil are To promoTe and help in- f
sure safeTy in and around Neville
High School, This year The Safeiy
Council was faced vviTh such
iprohlems as issuing parking per-
miTs To sTudenTs, increasing The
available parking space, organiz-
ing The homecoming parade, pro-
rnoiing civil defense and reduc-
ing fire and oTher safeTy hazards '
around The school. The faculTy
sponsor is Mr. Bergeron. Paula
Neal serves The clup as presidenT,
The remaining officers include Til
Wrighf, vice-presidenT, in charge
of civil defense, Paula Perry, vice-
president in charge of school
safeTy, Chip Planchard, vice-pres-
idenf in charge of Traffic safeTy,
and Jan Conlin, secreTary-Treasur-
Shown wiTh Mr. Bergeron, sponsor, are officers Paula Neal, Til Wrighf, Jan Conlin, and
Safefy Council members are from left To righf TirsT row: Anne Spurgeon, Paula Neal, Julie Amman,
Kafhleen Cochran, Ann Brinson, Nelda Purdy, second rovv: Paula Perry, Donna Weaver, Fran ShaTTuck,
Phyliss Freeman, Jan Colin, Til WrighT, Chris Conlin, Third row: Henry Florsheim, Rex Ensiriingcr, Jimmy
Henry, EasTland Gray, Larry Mullins, Chip Planchard, John Parker, Mike Williams, James Brvand, John
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Neville FHA is represented at national
FHA activities have ranged from play
to hard work. These activities started ear-
ly last spring with the election ot the ot-
ticers tor the coming tall term. These ot-
ticers were installed at the annual Mother-
Daughter Banquet. In the summer a Lead
ership Conference was attended by sev-
eral otticers and later in the summer the
National Convention held in Salt Lake
City, Utah, was participated in by Nancy
Talbot, State Song Leader, and Mrs
Daisy Danials, FHA Advisor. Among the
various tall activities were the Homecom-
ing Car, Parish Meeting, State Convention
Style Show Assembly, and Daddy "Date'
Night in which the Neville Chapter has
sponsored and supported. The outgoing
Parish President, Nancy Talbot, presidec
at the Parish Meeting at which Dovie Rob-
erts, Parish Parliamentarian and Wanda
Langley, Parish Treasurer were installec
tor the coming year. These activities
kept the members busy.
Leaders ot the club are trom left to right: Barbara Mulhearn, Vice-President,
Judy Searcy, President, Jan Reagan, Secretary, Dovie Roberts, Parlanrentarian,
Wanda Langley, Treasurer, and Song Leader, Nancy Talbot.
Members of the FHA chapter include the following: tirst rovv: Nancy Talbot, Wanda Langley, Barbara
Mulhearn, Louise Weir, Jane Wilkerson, Avafee Boucireau, Nancy Ecliylramtrwr, Mar tyn Daiglo, Susan Dixon,
second row: Jan Touchstone, Judy Searcy, Linda Blair, Pat Powell, Susan Cochran, Margaret Rea, Teresa
Beep third row: Becky Beckvvorth, Jackie Gremillion, Sharon Medlen, Diana White, Alice Ruth Seriog
fourth row: Dawn Collier, Sheryl Hendricks, Mary Reynolds, Gayle Kelly, Judy Varnado, Fran Shattuck,
Helen Day, Barbara Buckner,
convention in Salt Lake City, Utah
FHA officers ride in one of the prize winning floats,
Helping to enlarge the number of girls in FHA are first row, from left to right: Linda Masur, Carol
Genung, Darylin Morris, Dovie Roberts, Alice Panlqey, second row: Marie McFarland, Linda Porter, Ann
Hathaway, Marilyn Goldman, Betty Tillery, Billie Porter, Brenda Crow, rlrircl row: Sue Spiglwt, Miclcie
McWilliams, Jane Slwerrouse, Susan Benton, Cheryl Brooksg fourth row: Heidi Rowan, Lala Snapp, Mina
Parrish, Chris Conlin, Toni Albright, Madeleine Hegwood, Elaine Butler, Denise Duncan.
Library Club members act as library assistants
rgiret Head pays Secretary Mona Acosta hor dues as Jane Head and
Grenfillion look on.
Neville Library Club
The Neville Library Club is an organi-
zation composed ot library workers and
"Friends" ot the library, those who en-
ioy reading or using the library. Ot in-
terest to working members Certificates ot
Merit are awarded to those having
worked at least one year. Plans are being
rrtade, also, tor a spring trip to the new
"TeQh"' Library in Ruston, an enioyable
as well as educational-excursion tor all
me-rnbers. The Library Club encourages
interested students to ioin and welconftes
new ideas on il7Tl3!iOVil'iQ, enlarging, and
furthering the organization.
Miss Washburn, Becky Parkerson, Billie Porter, Pat Powell, and Judy McDonough display the largest i
book in the library, THE RAVEN, andthe smallest.
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Science Club plans field Trip
The Science Club has made plans for an
overnighT field Trip, deciding on The Esso Oil
Refinery in Bafon Rouge. To parfially finance
This proiecT, The group planned To prinr and
sell a sTudenT direcTory. Neville has noT had
a sTudenT direcTory in Three years, and They
are always useful. ThroughouT The year The
group has had many Monday nighT meetings
wiTh disTinguished guesT speakers. PicTured
below are some of The members of The or-
The leaders of The Science Club are its officers, left To righT: Linda
Ladner, Vice-President Terry l-lessick, Program Chairman, Shawn
McBride, President, and Sage Redding, Secrelary-Treasurer, The
FaculTy Sponsors, Mr. Allen and Mr. Thompson are not pidured.
On The front row, left To righT are The following: "Stevie" Gilmonf, Shawn McBride, Elaine Spencer, Katie
Trimble, Sage Redding, and Ken? Dean, back row, leir to right: Tommy Knipping, Terry Hessick, Kurt
Guelzow, Kenneth Easley, George Hargus, Richard Kiper, Jerry Album, Dick Marsh, Tom Dukes, and Joey
French Club tours Cajun Country
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The French Ciub officers point out the date of their forth-
coming trin to south Louisiana. Serving the club this year
arc, seated, Barbara Suomi and Beveriy Blackrnon, stande
ing ieft To right, Wade Brisbin, O'Brien Richards, and
Members ot the French Ciub are, front row, Barbara Buckner, Phyliis Freeman, Pat Chambiiss, Cynthia
Wiiliams, Ailise Hughes, Connie Yancey, Faye Cannon, Judy Searcy, Katie Trimbie, Ann Sigler, Donna
Lomax, second row, Renee Bre-ard, Jeanie Brice, Til Wright, Carolyn Courson, Ann Hathaway, Aveiie
Boudreaux, Kathy Sfadier, Nancy Harbuck, Bruna Cierico, Beveriy Biackmon, Luciiie Morton, Barbara
Suomi, Mary Louise Toiar, Bonnie Baido, Marie Guiiiot, Sherrie Dickenherst, Kay Kiigore, third row,
Nancy Guiiiiianct, Sandy Heiler, Juiie Amman, Mariiyn Massey, Gerrie Frazier, Cheryl Robinson, Mimi
Wiiiiamson, Arden Anders, Fran Shattuck, back row, Mike Breard, Wade Bisbin, Mike Pearson, Tom
Hoiden, O'Brien Richards, Karl Suomi, John Armstrong, Roy Boudreaux, and Greg Hutts,
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' men, Looking admiringly at their certificate are, left to right, Bev-
eriy Blackmon, Barbara Suomi, Barbara Jackson, Katie Trimble, and
Latin Club members attend state meet in Shreveport
The purpose of the Neville High School
Latin Club under the sponsorship of Miss
Simmons, is to increase interest in foreign
languages, classics, and ancient Roman
history. At present, the total enrollment
stands at eighty-six members. Many of
the members attended the State J.C.L.
Convention held in Lafayette, Louisiana,
in March of T962 Cynthia Leigh was
chosen as a delegate to the National
J.C.L. Convention held in Bozeman, Moln-
tana. Others, attending were Beverly
Blackmon, Phil Guthrie, and Richard Ki-
At the October meeting talks were giv-
en on Vergil and the AEneid, and reports
were made on the Revision of the State
JCL Constitution and the Executive Board
Meeting of the State J.C.L. officers.
ln November the club presented an as-
sembly at which Dr. J. R. Brown, Profes-
sor of History at Northeast State College,
was the guest speaker.
During the month of December, the
members went Christmas carolling to the
Riverside Convalescent Home, where they
sang carols and presented a short pro-
gram. After the program, a dance was
held at the Westminster Recreation Center
during which Judy Searcy and Gary Gan-
naway were crowned queen and king of
Officers include from left to right, seated, Marcia Frost, Program Chairman
Deas Parrish, Treasurer, Caroly
Public Relations, Mickie Varnad
ian, Steve Huffman, President,
n Murray, Sgt. at Arms, standing: Bill Trice
o, Vice-President, Dovie Roberts, Parliamentar
Jerry Album, Reporter, Julia Hoodemaker
Members include first row, from left to right: Derylin Morris, Mickie Varnado, Dana Mouk, Julia Hoode-
maker, Jane Head, Lynn Masur, Marcia Frost, second row: Carolyn Murray, Judy McDonough, Mary Polk,
Dovie Roberts, Janet Williams, Harriet Lowery, Diane Halley,
Carolyn Rea, Donna Porter, Merrie Jo Simonton, Barbara Jack
Ballard, fourth row: Torn Sparks, Amanda Cobb, Ronnie Dana, Gordon Hesdorffer, Bill Trice, Jerry Album,
Mike Kemp, fifth row: Jay Merten, David Stanhope, fharles Williams, Bill Langston, Steve Huffman, Tim
Greer, Newby McNeil, Richard Cole.
Connie Yancey, Gayle Kelly, third row:
son, Cynthia Leigh, Gayle Dunn, Sandra
Debate Club attends meet in Lafayette
The Debate Club cn the first row from left To right are: Nathan Antlcy, Judy Svvayze, Linda Blair, Linda
Williams, Becky Parkcrson, Judy Morse, and Bill Triceg second row, Mr. Lee, sponsor, Gary Ganmavvay,
Herb Kilpatrick, and Paul Plylcr.
Stage Crew keeps show on the roacl
BOBBY GEGRGE MAC WARD BRANTON KELLOGG
Lettermon's Club helps good fellows
The entertainment for the Football Banquet
was furnished by our energetic cheerleaders
Kathy McSherry, Nancy Crossland, K. K. Kite,
Gay Hargrove, Diane Clark, and Diane West.
Members of the Lettermarfs Club are the following: left to right, first row: Ronald Killen, Jim Ledoux,
Steve Huffman, Andy Mapp, Tom Sparks, Don Saget, Don Johnson, second row: Joe Canal, Randall
Fallin, Walter Causey, Danny Shaw, Nick White, Richard Wilkerson, Billy Langston, third row: Chip
Planchard, John Yerger, Geron Hargon, Jimmy Howard, John Segars, Pete Terzolas, and Richard Slavant.
Club performs at community
Members of the Freshman and Sophomore Girls' Choruses are from left to right on the bottom row,
Karen Link, Suzanne Keller, Suze-tte Lindsey, Margie Burkett, and Suzette Jones, on the second row from
left to right are Barbara Powell, Sandy Rowe, Barbara Parker, Benita Williams, Peggy Windham, and
Donna Kin97 On the top row from left to right are Peggy Gates, Cindy Rowe, Lynn Hantner, JoAnne
Patterson, Mimi Willianfson, and Betty Powell,
Officers of the Mixed Chorus are, seated, Beverly
Richey and Becky Parkerson, and standing left to
right, Martha Guyton, Marybeth Downing, Gayle
Smith, and Janet Noland.
Officers of the Girls' Chorus are, seated, Peggy Windham and Sandy
Rowe, and standing left to right, Cindy Rowe, Barbara Parker, JoAnne
Patterson, and Margie Burkett.
nd school activities
Cindy Rowe, Beverley Richey, and Sandy Rowe enieriain at Neyillels
annual FHA Slyle Show. They are accompanied by Peggy Windharn,
Cynlhia Leigh, Thad Mullins, and .lim Mathis.
Gayle Sfnilh and Martha Guyton were selecled
to sing 'in The All-State Chorus. This was
Gayle's second year lo be chosen,
This year's Mixed Chorus consisls oi: bottom row, lei? to righf: Pat Ayers, Wanda Wood, Sally Farr,
Sally Wing, Ann Edmondson, Sheryle Malone, JoAnne Belrnoni, second row, left to right: Donnie Walker,
Janet Nolan, Becky Parkerson, Frances Bird, Martha Guyfon, Sharon Medlen, Par Poricr, Judy Morse,
Beverley Blackrnon, third row, left to righl: .lim Brasher, Suzanne Moseley, Par Rowell, Gayle Srnilh, Mary-
befh Downing, Jeanne Rowan, Beverly Richey, Marilyn Massey, Linda Blair, Dianne Gola, Gary Fuichg
back row, left io right: Charles Ackel, Carroll Clark, Kent Dean, Bill Hochsletler, Edmund Burton, Barney
Howard, Charles McLain, Don Osborn, John Parker, Ronnie Brasher, Ronald Dana.
Officers of Y-Teens are from left to right: Suzanne Mosely, Vice-President, Becky Parkerson, Pres-
ident, Janice Brandon, second Vice-President, Anna Miller, Treasurer, Marianne Robinson, Reporter,
.lan Reagan, Devotional Chairman, Charlene Bogie, Social Chairman,
Before school was in session the Y-teens started
off their year with a Get Acquainted Tea. The next
club activity was a Coke Party which served as
the first meeting of the year. All girls attending
Neville who were interested in Y-teens were in-
vited to attend. The sponsors for this year are
Silvia Pritcher, Mrs. Rodriguez, and Mrs. Warner.
The Y-teens worked very hard on their home-
coming float and the float vvon third place. Among
their other activities are lectures on subiects in
which the girls are interested, demonstrations
trips, social events, and service projects.
Coming up for the rest of the year are a trip
to the Shreveport Y.W.C.A., field trips to points
of interest in the Monroe area, State Conference,
and many more addresses from prominent cit-
izens of our community.
Bottom rovv: left to right: Suzette Jones, Marilyn Goldman, Cynthia Chambliss, Patricia Halley, Nelda
Purdy, Annette Burt, Linda Bradshaw, and Sandra Littleton, On the second row, left to right are Harriette
Lovvry, Donna Gentry, Deborah Feeney, Peggy Gates, Marie Guillot, Jane Brant, Suzanne Preddy, The
third row, left to right, are Lynn Hammer, Sandra Littleton, Candy Barringer, Sunnye Gulley, Susie McBride,
Diane Gray, and Carole Overton, The back row left to right is Carolyn Anspach, and Ann Craft.
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Y-Teen members include from left to right, first row: Lynda Brice, Anne Spurgeon, Carol Genung, Pat
Chambliss, Kathy Hollis, Jan Reagan, Donna Weaver, Niariorie Hammonds, Lynn Brice, Cheryl Brooks,
second row: Virginia Beebe, Pat Powell, Laura Griffith, Billie Meeks, Anna Miller, Third row: Belva Polson,
Marianne Robinson, Janice Brandon, Linda Mesur, Joyce Gill, Allise Hughes, fourth row: Robbie Hicks,
Suzanne Nlosely, Becky Parkerson, Sally Farr, Charlene Bogie, Susan Williams, and Sharon Williams.
Representing Neville at Leadership Conference at L.S.U. were Holly
Bayne and Sage Redding in yearbook, and Jeanne Rowan in Speech.
Senior girls who attended Pelican Girls' State were, seated, Sissi Loftin and Carolyn Murray, stanclin
left to right, Jeanne Rowan, Martha Guyton, Kathleen Cochran, Linda Blair, and Cynthia Leigh,
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Helping make the record of 28 consecutive wins are the following: First
Row, from Left to Right, Jocko Holdsworth, Roland Killen, Dennis Venable,
Barney Howard, Gene Galligan, Gary Hart, Paul Eason, Dale Young, Bubba
Smith, second row, from left to right: Chip Planchard, Kenny Duncan,
Jimmy Howard, Tommy Sparks, James Willis, Nick White, Pete Terzolas,
David Harrison, Don Osborn, third row, from left to right: Andy Mapp,
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Dewitf Beckett, Jim Ledoux, Mike Haddad, Mike Mack, Tommy Head,
Richard- Cole, Scoity Campbell, Ronnie Clark, Steve Huffman, Richard
Slavanf, fourth row, from left to right: Billy Langston, Ronnie DeMoss,
Richard Wilkerson, Don Johnson, Kurt Guelzow, Walter Causey, Robert
McSherry, John Segars, and Gary Pappas.
Tiger coaching staff leads football lean'
Members of the coaching sfaff of The AA stafe titleholders are Sonny Smith, Buck Stewart, Charlie
Brown, Chic Childress, and Bill Ruple.
Members ofthe hard-working Tiger manager staff are Danny Shaw, John Yerger, Randy Lewis.
All Twin City
Neville 26 West Monroe 7
West Monroe took a 7-0 lead mid-way in
the first period when Bobby Brice went over
from the one yard line. Neville's first TD
came with 4-48 minutes remaining in the first
half when Kurt Guelzow took a handoff on
first down, hit over the right side, found day-
light to the left, and sped 70 yards to pay-
dirt. Howard added the extra point and the
Tigers had iust given a preview of what was
to come. Late in the third quarter, W. M.
punted from their own 34 to Neville's 44
where sophomore Ronnie Clark gathered in
the ball, started to the left, but suddenly hand-
ed the ball to Howard on a criss-cross. How-
ard cut the right corner and sped the distance.
Failing to drive after taking the kickoff, W.M.
once again punted to Howard, who took the
ball on his 30, faked a handoff to Clark and
picked his way 70 yards for his second TD of
the night. The Tigers still weren't satisfied
and with T125 left in the game, Guelzow
racked up a Rebel ball carrier behind the line
anxd ended up with the ball on the T9 yard
line. With 32 seconds remaining, Chip Plan-
chard danced 6 yards for the Tigers' last TD.
Howard booted straight and Neville had its
Taking over quarterbacking duties for injured Don Saget during the early part of the season, was
Dewitt Beckett, shown here being tackled by a number of West Monroe players.
All Twin City
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Scoring The second Time They goT Their
hands on The ball, Neville came up wiTh a
T9-O vicTory over sTubborn BasTrop. Don John-
son seT up The TirsT TD wiTh a 36-yard gallop,
and Howard scored from The 3 wiTh 5:l2 leTT
in The TirsT guarTer. Howard's kick Tor The PAT
was blocked and The score remained 640 Tor
The resT oT The half.
BasTrop Took The kickoff on iTs AO, and in
Tour plays drove To The Tiger 9, buT Tumbled
and Neville's Ronnie DeMoss pounced on iT
To end The ThreaT.
Neville's second TD came aTTer a TO play
drive from Their 38. Planchard ToT 22, Howard
7, and Planchard wenT again Tor l and The
TD. Pappas Tried To run Tor The PAT buT was
pulled shorT. LaTe in The Third, Neville began
iTs Third TD march from iTs 110. A 21 yard
iaunT by Howard was The longesT run of This
push wiTh Planchard, Howard and Pappas ad-
ding yards. Planchard wenT over from The one.
Pappas ran for The exTra poinT and made iT
This Time and iT was TOAO wiTh lO:l7 remain-
ing in The game.
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Neville 38 Haynesville 0
Neville swept To a 38-O district 2-AA vic-
tory over Haynesville behind The running ef-
forts of HB Jimmy Howard. The Tigers scored
within a minute ofthe opening kickoff. How-
ard set up The first TD on the second play
from scrimmage, ending on The 27 yard line,
where Chip Planchard ran The 27 yards for
the touchdown. The conversion failed, Neville
scored again with Howard going over from
The one after a series of first downs and a
penalty put The ball on Haynesville's T2 yard
line. The Tigers took possession again after
a bad Haynesville quick kick and Two plays
later Howard scored with Dewitt Beckett kick-
ing the PAT. Mid-way in The third quarter
Beckett scored from the three after a long
pass play from Mike Mack To Robert McSher-
ry. The PAT attempt failed. Mack scored in
the fourth period from T2 yards out putting
an end To a Tiger drive that started on their
own 39 yard line. The final tally came on a
65 yard pass play late in The fourth quarter.
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Neville 42 Jena 0
Speedy Jimmy Howard led the scoring
with tvvo TD's, two extra points and a field
goal. Tommy Sparks intercepted a Jena pass
and sprinted 33 yards to pay-dirt, Don Jonn-
son dashed 85 yards, and Gene Galligan and
Gary Pappas counted on passes from Ronnie
Clark on plays covering 31 and 33 yards re-
spectively, to make the score 42-O. Pappas
also nad an 80 yard TD run nullified by a pen-
alty. Hovvard's tirst and third field goal at-
tempts tailed, Clark, who did an excellent iob
ot replacing Saget in the passing tield, also
booted the tirst PAT ot the evening after
Howard's snort plunge, but missed after
Sparks' score. Ronnie DeMoss kicked wide
tollowing Howards second TD.
RONNIE CLARK STEVE HUFFMAN
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Pete Terzolas leads the way as Gary Pappas heads for the sidelines followed by five opponents.
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Neville 27 Wlnnfield 0
Neville wrapped up the district QAA race
and extended their winning streak to T9
straight victories by blanking stubborn Winn-
field 27-O. The Tigers, paced by haltback
Chip Planchard, who scored on runs of 57 and
3, tallied in every quarter but the 11th. How-
ard turned in a one-rnan performance to lead
Neville to its first score by intercepting a
wayward aerial at the Winntield 45. Ten
plays later, Neville was at the Winnfield 3 and
Howard went across with il seconds to go
in the quarter. ln the 2nd period, Neville
drove from its 47 in T2 plays with Gary Pap-
pas going over from the 3. Planchard picked
up the next score that capped a 70 yard 'Ne-
ville drive, that took 9 plays. Planchard scored
from the 3. Howard kicked all three conver-
sions and the Tigers led Qi-O at the halt.
Neville's final tally started on the Tiger AT.
Fullback Don Johnson picked up 2 yards, and
then Planchard went through the middle for
57 yards and the final score.
BUBBA SMITH GARY HART
Gary Pappas goes for a crucial TirsT down in one of The
decisive games of The year.
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Neville 6 Jonesboro 0
WiTh 2:38 remaining in The game, Jim How-
ard inTercepTed a pass from Jonesboro's Rob-
erT Marrus and reTurned To The Jonesboro 29
yard line To seT up The winning score. Don
SageT Then passed To Howard, who ToughT
To The Jonesboro l2. SageT hiT Howard on The
scoring pass one play laTer. Howard's kick Tor
The PAT failed and The clock read 1:26. Andy
Mapp made The longesT run of The nighT on a
49 yard sprinT aTTer Marrus fumbled a pass
on his own 30 yard line. Neville Tigers, Jim
Howard, Chip Planchard, Gary Pappas, and
Don Johnson were consTanT break away
ThreaTs buT found Themselves piTTed againsT
a Team wiTh near equal speed. NevilIe's de-
Tensive squad, led by Johan Segars and James
Willis, sTopped Two serious Jonesboro scor-
ing ThreaTsione in The TirsT quarTer and The
oTher in The Third.
PETE TERZOLAS DON JOHNSON
J why Howard refurns a punt for yardage as Don Johnson blocks The TV der
Nevllle 19 Ruston
WiTh Toochdowns by Jimmy Howard, Don
SageT and Don Johnson, The hard-hiTTing Ti-
gers Topped The RUsTon BearcaTs T9-O for Their
homecoming yicTory. ATTer Taking a 39 yard
pass Trorn guanerback Don SageT and baT-
Tiing his way To The TO yard line, Halfback
Howard scored The firsT Tiger Tally in The sec-
ond dUarTer. In The TourTh period The sTiil in-
jured Sager hobbled across from The 6-yard
line. Fuilback Don Johnson scored The final 6
poinTer wiTh 2 rninuTes leTT in The garne. How-
ard, who goT The only exTra poinr, Johnson,
and Halfback Chip Planchard, who sTarTed The
drive Tor The second TD, led in ball carrying.
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HB Jirnnwy Howard scored Three Times and
FB Den Johnson went over Twice To iead
Neyiiie To a 33-7 yicTory oyer Taiiu!ah's Ciass
A Troians. QB Don SageT .yhpped Two Touch-
down passes To Howard, one a 74fyard pass
play in The second guarfer and The oTher a
27 yarder in The Tinai period. Johnsons Talv
lies can'e cn piunges of one and Two yards in
The second and TourTh duarTers. Defensive HB
Ronnie Ciark inTercepTed a Taliuiah pass and
carried iT To The Trojan 15 yard line To seT up
Johnsons second guarTer score, His oTher Tai-
Iy came aTTer The Tiger defense ThwarTed Tai-
Vulah's TourTh quarTer passing aTTernpTs and
gained conTroI of The paii on The Troian 30
yard line. Howard aTTernpTed Three field goais
and succiessfuliy conyerTed Tour poinTs aTTer
aTTernpTs with his booTing.
JAMES WILLIS PAUL EASON
Unable To pass Don Sager decides To run, covered by Pefe Terzolas and Andy Mapp.
Neville 20 Lake Charles O
Neville Took adyanTage of Lake Charles' be-
ing oTTsides and Trom There really goT going.
Jim Howard rammed Tor T3 and Don SageT
Threw a 26 yard aerial To Gary HarT which
carried To The L.C. 30. Seven plays laTer, Gary
Pappas plowed The Tinal yard Tor a score.
Howard kicked The conversion. Neville's sec-
ond score came on a 4Th and 8 Trom Their
own AO wiTh 114 seconds leTT in The half. Here,
L. C. dropped back To receive an expecTed
Tiger ponT, bm The Tigers didn'T punT. SageT
Threw To fullback Don Johnson, who picked
his way Through The onrushing secondary Tor
The TD. The aTTer aTTempT Tailed. SageT clicked
wiTh Pappas on a 27 yard pass which he car-
ried To The L. C, 39. ATTer SageT ran 8 and
TirsT down, Johnson carried Twice sTraighT Tor
anoTher score. Howard added The PAT. How-
ard killed a L. C. scoring ThreaT by spearing
a pass in The end zone. Pappas led in rush-
ing wiTh 85 yards on T8 carries. SageT com-
pleTed 5 oUT oT 9 passes Tor TT9 yards.
Jimmy Howard geis ready To pull a fancy sidostep.
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Neville 21 Ouachita 6
Hahfpack Jim Howard scored Twice and
guarTerpack Don SageT crossed The goal once
To lead The Tigers over 0uachiTa QT-6. The
vicTory marked Neyille's second sTraighT un-
deTeaTed season. OuachiTa had a hard Time
bucking The Tiger line. Lion runners were on
occasion Thrown Tor repeaTed losses. Howard's
long run of 76 yards on his second score was
The highesf in The conTesT. Two Tackles, John
Segars and Richard Wilkerson sparked The Ti-
ger line on whal' seemed like goalline sTands
everywhere on The field and forced The Lions
To The air. The TfirsT quarTer Touchdown by
Howard was igniTed by Nick WhiTe's recovery
of a Lion Tumble, and Gary Pappas, KurT Guel-
zow, Don Johnson, and Howard combined To
Take The ball To The 2 yard line in eighT plays.
SCOTTY CAMPBELL TOM SPARKS
The camera catches Jimmy Howard and Don Johnson before They hiT The line
Everybody decides To get inTo The acT. ldentihable are DeWiTT BeclceTT, Don Johnson, John Segars, and
Neville 25 Spring Hill 7
A capaciTy crowd of 6,500 specTaTors savv
The defending sTaTe Class AA Champs score in
each quarTer behind The quarTerbac:lcing ei-
TorTs of Don SageT To eliminaTe The Lumber-
jacks from The chase. Neville made sure of a
23rd sTraighT Win by pulling avvay To a 12-O
TirsT half lead on single scores in The TirsT
and second guarTers by Don 'ehnson and
Gary Pappas, Springhill scored in The 3rd
vviTh Miller Taking The scoring pass from Ses-
sions and The game remained a TighT one unTil
laTe in The 3rd period when Neville drove
from The midfield sTripe To The Two, where
Johnson Tallied on a drive Through righT
Neville's final score came laTe in The 4Th
guarTer when Gary HarT covered a Tumbled
punT on The Lurnberiacks' 17. Three plays gave
The Tigers a TirsT dovvn aT The 4, and Pappas
vvenT Through his leTT Tackle posiTion Tor a
Neville 26 Jennings 0
Neville used a bevy of hard running backs
and a cluTch defensive performance To shui'-
ouT The Bulldogs Q6-O aT Brown STadiurn be-
fore a crowd of nearly 7500. Don Johnson,
who was Terrific The enTire game, goT The firsT
score wiTh l:55 remaining in The iniTial period.
Jimmy Howard carried for Neville's second
Tally on a Two-yard plunge wiTh 7:20 lefr in
The Third. The SpeedsTer also scored boTh ex-
Tra poinTs, kicking one and running one. ln
The fourTh ciuarTer, The Tigers rallied around
The fine running of Gary Pappas and rammed
for 2 more Tallies To compleTe Their scoring.
Pappas personally scored one on a 9-yard
scamper, afTer helping seT iT up wiTh a 23-
yard run, and duarTerl3ack Don SageT raced
for The ofher on a pass or run opTion play
which neTTed four yards. Neville's lasT TD
came wiTh 5:38 lefT in The game. Guelzow
and Johnson did a Tremendous job as line-
backers and such boys as Tom Sparks, Richard
Wilkerson, Ronald Killen, John Segars, Ron-
nie Clark, SageT, and Howard came up wiTh
imporTanT Tackles consisTenTly.
State AA Semi-Finals
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Neville 14 Reserve 0
For Their 25Th sTraighT vicTory and Third
championship in Tour years, The Neville Tigers
wenT all ouT To Take Reserve l-4-7. End VValTer
' Causey snagged an ll-yard ass from uar-
me Terback Don SageT in The Third quarTer Tor The
K 'Sr ":l" TirsT score of The game. ATTer a Reserve score
TT 4- A 'T1' 3 Neville Haliback KurT Guelzovv rammed
Vyyaf f Through The VVildcaT line vviTh A minuTes leTT
R U l f, in The game To cap a 94 yard Tiger drive
T T V .. . Q which broke The Tie. QuarTerl3ack Ronnie Clark
Hi ' 'i"'g. U kicked boTh exira poinTs successfully. Guard
l Nick WhiTe saved The day vviTh a Tackle in The
fx Tinal Tvvo minuTes which sTopped The Reserve
A' g advance. Gary Pappas carried The bulk of The
,W TET. lg Bengals' ground aTTack. Neville led in TirsT
W ,pf dovvns i3-i2 and in ards rushing l73-l33.
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State AA Championship
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The Neville Freshman football team sitting from left to right are: Keith Gunn, Glenn Peters, David
Chenault, Harold Dickens, Henry Cohn, Mike Hart, Bill Hogue, Walter Williams, Lee Burforcl, Harvey
Hammonds, Rowland Perry, kneeling, Henry Florsheim, Rodger Smith, Henry Ladshaw, Dennis Ward,
Steve Gilcrist, Alex Hayward, Doug Cookston, Fred Amman, Charles Jones, Walter Dunn, standing,
Reggie Kitchens, Bobby Heflin, Murray Salinas, Ronnie Johnston, Charles Floyd, Phil Owens,- Butch
Whitlow, Ray Doncer, Steven Bell, Monty Moncrief.
The Freshman Football team was supported by these tive girls who were chosen by the freshman
class, Jane Sherrouse, Chris Conlin, Janet Hood, Dana Tucker, Jean Colvin.
Members of the "B" Team from left to right on the first row are: Marion Kulinski, Tommy Coats, Ray
Harvey, Joe Rosenburg, Jimmy Kokinos, Beau Turremine, Larry White, second row: Hank Taylor, Everefte
Roper, James Bryan, Larry Sheffield, Billy Walker, Robert Evangelista, Mike Williams, Dick Pope, Mike
Boyetteg third row: Al McDuff, Manager, Eddie Allen, Billy Reynolds, Bill Hochsteller, Bruce Stovall,
Scott Stewart, O'Brien Richards, Ronnie Dana, Bruce Herrell, Jay Harris,
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Jimmy Howard presented
Walter Causey receives his award.
l. Best Lineman Award ,,,,,,,,,,,, James Willis
2. Best Back Award ,,,,,,d,,,.,,,,,,, Don Saget
3. Most Improved Lineman Walter Causey
4. Most Improved Back ,,,dd,,, Gary Pappas
5. Sportsmanship Award ..... , . Nick White
6. Highest Scholastic Award..Kurt Guelzow
7. Coaches Award . .. ., Ronald Killen
8. Best Blocker Award . ........ John Segars
9. Nlost Valuable Player ,,,. Jimmy Howard
Jimmy Howard receives his coveted MVP award.
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Cheerleaders are from left to right, kneeling: Nancy Crossland, Diane Clarkg standing: Kathy McSl'uerry,
Diane Wesfg seated on cage: K. K. Kiie, Gay Hargrove.
1962 Homecoming Court
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The l962 Homecoming Courf included from left To rlglwtz Jan Conlin, Sally Ensminger, Amanda Cobb
Paula Moreland, and Shawn McBride.
1962 Homecoming Queen
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Members of the 1962-63 Varsity Basketball team are the following: from left to right, first row: Bill
Dunn, Ronnie Davidson, Ronnie Factor, Joe Canal, Randall Fallin, Bob Rowang second row: David Gre-
million, Gary Holt, Bill Davis, Malcolm Smith, Walter Causey, J. Dodd Brooks, Sam Caverlee, Bill Irvine.
Tigers win district for first time
BlLL DAVlS GARY HOLT DENNIS VENABLE
Gary Hol1 goes for two while Malcolm Smith is alert for a rebound.
n school history.
SAM CAVERLEE BILL DUNN BOB ROWAN
Malcolm Smith fights for tip off while Bill Davis and Joe Canal stand ready.
Tigers win three tournaments
Randall Fallin gets a lay-up as Gary Holt stays ready.
BH! Davis makes one of his long shots as Malcolm Smith covers.
Sam Caverlee racks up fwo more points as Joe Canal covers
Members of the Freshman Basketball team are The following: first row: George Campbell, Charles Curry,
Owen Moses, Lance Dreyer, Chuck Tidwellp second row: Nelson Abell, Ray Meeks, Charles Floyd, Jay
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is Barbara Mulhearn.
Members of the team are from left to right: Polly Johnson, Linda Williams, Jill Marx, Karen Crown, Becky
Middleton, Pat Ayers, Brenda Riddle, Mickie Varnado, Carolyn Courson, Sandra Brown, Patti Smith,
and Melinda Mabray.
MEHNDA MABRAY, Forward
KAREN CROW, Forward
Caroiyn Courson goes in for a lay-up. Polly Johnson blocks a shot as Mickic Varnado and Becky Middle
ton stand by.
By defeating the host team to win first place
POLLY JOHNSON, Guard PAT AYERS, Forward
Pa? Ayers goes high for a lump ball.
The girls line up for Carolyn Cour-
sorfs free Tlwrovv.
Courson, Crow, and Johnson make all-
Pa1Aycrs and Karen Crow go up for a rebound.
MICKIE VARNADO, Guard
BECKY MIDDLETON, Guard
JILL MARX, Guard
SANDRA BROWN, Forward
PATTI SMITH, Guard BRENDA RIDDLE, Forward LINDA WILLIAMS, Guard
Members of The freshman girls' basIce1beII Team are standing from Inf! ro right: Deborah Feeney,
Jean CoIvin, CaroI Hargus, Bridger Dowd, Mina ParrIsh, Kathy Shaver, Janna Rcrcxg knoehngz
Cynthia Chambliss, Mary MyaTT, Jane Sherrouse, Susan HIne5, NeIda Purdy.
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1963 Seniors set the course
Winning first place in the T962 Homecoming parade was the float entered by the senior class, which
honored Neville, the pride of Louisiana.
Finally SENIORS? Graduation . . . what a fabulous little word, but then who knows? We are torn
between love of Neville and curiosity about what's in the outside world. Four years . . . seems
like no time since we stood up as freshmen for those '59 seniors. That was the greatest year we
thought . . . what excitement when we were a part of Neville at the first freshman game, our first
out of town varsity football game, our first State AA Championship. Who can say whether trips
by student buses, Tigerette buses, or Band buses were most fun. For our first homecoming we
worked whole-heartedly on our float, "Butcher the Buffaloes," and won first place! Our class made
another dent in Neville life when Nancy Crossland became Queen of the First Annual Neville Re-
lays. Clt even snowed on Valentine's Day . . . Remember'?D
When we were sophomores we thought we knew it all . . . "Wise Fools!" Our boys played var-
sity football, basketball, baseball, and ran track, our girls played varsity basketball. Many earned
iackets. We were so proud of "little" John Segars and "Gabby" Killen. Cynthia Leigh headed the
Latin Club. Barbara Mulhearn was a homecoming maid, and our float "Bury the Farmers," placed
Our iunior year was filled with more fun. We worked on ideas for the prom . . . invitations . . .
a theme, Peppermint Twist . , . decorations, red and white . . . favors, peppermint candy canes
and charms. These materialized by May, and the Virginia Roof was a fairyland with l,OOO balloons
. , . Ordering our Senior rings . . . Campaigning for Sam Caverlee and Kurt Guelzow, who became
President and Vice-President of the Student Council respectively.
September of '62 . . . "Lords of the Domain." For the first time we marched down the aisle as
seniors. KK Kite, Diane West, Nancy Crossland, Kathy McSherry, Gay Hargrove, and Diane Clark led
cheers. We have front row seats. Ann Adams is drum major, Jimmy Howard heads the Key Club,
Tommy Sparks, the Lettermen's Club, Sam Caverlee, the Student Council, Cynthia Leigh, the Tiger-
ettes, Paula Neal, the Safety Council, Shawn McBride, Science Club, Beverly Blackmon, French Club,
Sage Redding and Holly Bayne, Co-Editors of the '63 MONROYAN, Kathleen Cochran, Editor of the
revitalized Sizzler. Class officers are Kurt Guelzow, Don Saget, Kathy McSherry, and Carolyn Mur-
ray. All of the privileges of Seniors shine brightly . . . big pictures in the annual . . . being excused
two weeks early , . , the end of the year assemblies for awards and the prophecy. Last but not
least. . , Graduation!!!
"But deep in our hearts we will hold a place eternally . . . and there we keep our loyalties . .
and all our memories of thee."
for Tiger Underclassmen
The T963 Senior Class has earned
many distincTions and seT a course
Tor The underclassmen To Tollovv. Winning
recognition all over The staTe were eleven
sTodenTs who became semi-finalisTs in
The Merit Scholarship competition and
seventeen senior TooTball players who
helped lead The Tiger Team To its second
consecwive AA sTaTe Title. Leading The
class which also enTered The winning Tloaf
in The homecoming parade are KurT Guel-
zovv, PresidenT, Don SageT, Boys' Vice-
President, KaThy McSherry, SecreTary, and
Carolyn Murray, Girls' Vice-President
Merit Scholarship semi-finalists are Edmund BurTon, Richard Mulhearn, Nick White, Phil Guthrie, Kenneth
Easley, Charles Phillips, seated are George Hargus, Cynthia Leigh, and Sam Cavcrlee, Not pictured are
Paula Neal and Shawn McBride.
Transfer Studentg French
Latin Clubg Red Crossg
Thespiansg Glee Clubg Fresh-
rnan Footballg Varsity Footballp
Freshman Trackg Varsity Track.
Bandg Latin Club, American-
isrn Cluby Red Crossg Library
Club, Secretary-Treasurcrp Med-
Seniors bear mantle
Band: All-State Band, All-
State Orchestra, All-District
Band, Drum Nlaiorg Fl-lAg Latin
Clubg Student Councilg FBLl.p
Sophomore Horneroom Pres-
Hi-Yg Red Crossg "B" Foot-
I Bandg FBLL.
Tigcretiesg French Clubg Li-
brary Clubg FBLLg Student
xg'-W 'YZF Councilp Sophomore Home-
Hi-Yg Latin Clubg American-
ism Clubg Thespiansg Office
Staffy Freshman Football Man-
Band: All-District Bandg Ser-
geantg Dean of Girlsg Lieuten-
antg Squadleaderg Executive
Staffg French Clubg American-
ism Clubg Red Cross, Secre-
taryp Science Club: Thespians,
Secretaryg Annual Staff, Facul-
ty Editor, Co-editorg Library
Clubg Medic Clubg Leadership
Conferenceg State Science Fair,
Honorable Mcntiong Y-Teens,
Bandy Red Crossg Latin Clubg
l.etterman's Clubg Key Club:
Treasurerg Americanism Club:
Bandg Trackg Letterman's
Clubg All-State Orchestra.
Betty Ann Bettis
Tigerettesg Fl-lAg FBLL.
Tigerettes, Squadleaderg Lat-
in Clubg 3 state conventions
and 2 national conventionsg
French Club, Secretary-Treas-
urer, Presidentg Amerlcanism
Clubg Red Crossg Thespiansp
Junior Executive Council,
Chaplaing Junior Horneroom
FHAp FBLLg Y-Teens, Secre-
taryg Latin Clubg Student Coun-
cil, Alternatep Glee Club: De-
bate Club, Vice-Presiclentp
Girls' Stateg Sophomore Class
Treasurerg Junior Homeroom
Latin Clubg Thespiansp Fresh-
man Footballg "B" Team Foot-
ballg Varsity Football.
Tigerettesg Latin Clubg Red
Crossp Science Clubg Thespiansg
FBLL: Sizzler Reporter, Fresh-
Red Crossg Glee Clubg Fresh-
man Footballg "B" Team Foot-
ballg Varsity Football.
FHAg Red Crossg Safety
Councilg Library Clubg Tiger
Clubsg Freshman Home-room
Senior Class of '63 produces eleven
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Latin Clubg French Club,
Hi-Yp Latin Clubg Science
Edmund "Spike" Burton
Key Clubg Glee Clubg Fresh-
man Footballg Varsity Foot-
merit scholarship semi-finalists
Tigerettes, FHA, Latin Club,
Glee Club, FBLL, Sizzler Re-
i David Carlson
l Freshman Football.
Tigerettes, FHA, French
Club, Red Cross, Safety Coun-
cil, Thespians, Monroyan, Ad
Latin Club, Red Cross, Safe-
ty Council, Orchestra, All-
State Orchestra, FBLL.
Latin Club, Americanism
Club, Board Member, Student
Council, President, Reporter,
Key Club, Junior Board Mem-
ber, Chaplain, Mr. Neville
High School, Junior Class
President, Freshman Favorite,
Junior Favorite, Freshman Bas-
ketball, Varsity Basketball.
Band, Uniform Sergeant,
Squadleader, FHA, FBLL, Y-
Teens, French Club, Red Cross.
Tigerettes, French Club, Red
Cross, Safety Council, Science
Club, Thespians, FBLL, Medics
Band, Americanisrn Club,
Office Boy, Chorus.
Tigerettes, FHA, Red Cross
FBLL, Freshman Cheerleader
Varsity Cheerleader, Soph
omore Homeroom President
Junior Homeroom Vice-Pres
ident, Most Beautiful.
Tigerettes, FHA, Latin Club
Red Cross, Student Council
Senior Class Most Intellectual,
Foreign Exchange Student.
FHA, FBLLg Latin Club, Chap
lain, Americanism Club, Safe
ty Council, Pelican Girls' State,
Sizzler Staff, Editor, Publica
Senior Class of '63 graduates witl'
Hi-Y, Golf Team.
Freshman Home-room Pres-
identg Sophomore Homeroom
Vice-President, Tigerettes, Lat-
in Club, Assistant Program
Chairman, Student Council,
Key Club Sweetheart, Thes-
pians Annual Staff, Freshman
Cheerleader, Varsity Cheer-
leader, Miss Neville High
School, Senior Class Beauty,
Freshman Favorite, Sophomore'
Favorite, Junior Favorite, l96O
Neville Relay Queen, Fresh-
man Basketball Team.
Band, Squadleader, Tiger-
ettes, Latin Club, Red Cross,
ident, President, Parish Red
Cross, Vice-President, Pres-
ident, Orchestra, All-State Or-
chestra, All District Band.
Transfer Student, Varsity
First Foreign Exchange Student
Bandg Freshman Homeroom
Presidentg Sophomore Home-
room Secretary - Treasurer:
Tigerettesg FHAg F r e n c h
Clubg Glee Club, Robe Chair-
manp Library Clubg Library As-
sistanceg Girls' Chorus.
Sophomore Homeroom Pres-
identg Junior Homero-om Pres-
identg Thespiansp Freshman
Footballg V a r s ity Football:
T i g e r e t T e s, Squaclleaderp
FHAp Y-Teens, lnterclub Coun-
cil Memberg Red Crossg Sate-
ty Councilp Science Clubp Glee
Tigerettesy FHAg Latin Clubg
Red Crossg French Clubg Glee
French Clubf Science Club
National Merit Semi-Finalist,
Tigerettesg FHAg Red Cross
Safety Councilg Thespiansg An
nual Statfg Glee Clubg FBLL
Sizzler Staff, Business Man-
agerg Publication Department
Freshman Vice-Presidentg Soph
omore Secretary - Treasurerp
Junior Homeroom Secretary.
FHAg French Clubp Red
Cross, Vice-Presidentg Safety
Councilg Thespiansg FBLLg Li-
brary Clubp Library Assistantg
Varsity Basketballg Most
Senior float helps to make the '6
Latin Clubg French Clubg
Red Crossg Safety Council: Or-
chestrag Library Clubg Medics
Clubg All-State Orchestra.
French C l u b 5 Handsomeg
Hi-Yg Latin Club, Christmas
Kingg French Clubg American-
ism Clubg Student Councilg
Key Cluby Science Clubg Jun-
ior Class Favoriteg Junior Class
Vice-Presidentg Boys' Statep
Freshman Basketballg Varsity
Science Clubp Stage Crew,
Lightingy Photography Depart-
-lomecoming better than ever
FHA, Y-Teens, Stu cl e n t
Council, Science Club, FBLL.
Tigerettesy Latin Club, His-
torian, F H A g Americanism
Club, Red Cross, Science
Thespians, Freshman Foot-
ball, Varsity Football, Track.
Transfer Student, FHA, Y-
Teens, Red Cross, Glee Club,
Junior Homeroom Vice-Presi-
Hi-Y, Red Cross, Science
Hi-Y, Red Cross, Glee Club,
FHA, French Club, Ameri-
canism Club, Thespians,
Freshman Basketball, Senior
Letterman's Club, Latin
Club, Treasurer, Americanism
Club, Board Member, Student
Council, Vice-President, Key
Club, Vice-President, Science
Club: Thespians, Most Likely
to Succeed, Junior Class Treas-
urerg Senior Class President,
Freshman Football, Varsity
Football, All-State, Varsity
Band, Corporal, Squad Lead-
er, Property Sergeant, Hi-Y,
Latin Club, Treasurer, Lictor,
Committee, Safety Council,
All-State Band, All-District
Band, Merit Scholarship Semi-
Band, Feature Tvvirler, FHA,
Latin C I u b , Chaplain, Red
Cross Historian, Safety Coun-
cil, Orchestra, Glee Club,
President, Pelican Girls' State,
All-State Orchestra, All-State
Chorus, All-District B a n d,
Twin-City Youth Orchestra,
Freshman Football, Varsity
Band, FHA, Y-Teens, Latin
Club, Red Cross, Safety
Council, Tigers Cubs, National
JCL, State JCL Convention.
Senior class sees 47 wins
Varsity Football, S e n i o r
Tigerettes, Latin Club, JCL,
Science Club, FBLL, Varsity
Cheerleader, S e n io r Class
Beauty, Freshman Basketball
Band, Science Club, Most
Intellectual, National M e r i t
Band, Science Club.
out of 48 Football games
Band, Hi-Y, Varsity Football.
Latin Club, Reporter, Lictor,
Science Club, Program Chair-
man, Annual Staff, Photog-
Letterman's Club, Chaplain,
Secretary-Treasurer, S t u d e n t
Council Representative, Key
Club, President, Sergeant-at
Arms, Ad Staff, Freshman
Handsome, Sophomore Favo-
rite, Senior Handsome, Foot-
ball, All-State, All-District, All-
Twin-City, Freshman Basket-
ball, Track, All-Monroe, All-
Twin-City, Freshman Home-
room President, Sophomore
Band, Hi-Y, Latin Club,
Americanism Club, FBLL.
Latin Club, Golf Team,
Freshman Football, Freshman
Tigerettes, Squad Leader,
Latin Club, JCL, Science Club,
FBLL, F r e s h m a n Basketball
Freshman Football Manager,
FHA, Y-Teens, Red Cross.
Tigerettes, Company Com-
mander, FHA, Y-Teens, French
Club, Red Cross, Library As-
sistant, Library Award, Library
C I u b, Freshman Homeroom
Letterman's C I u b, Latin
Club, Student Council, Key
Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Fresh-
man Football, Varsity Football,
Hi-Y, Americanism C I u b,
Student Council, Annual Staff,
Debate Club, President, Boys'
S t a t e, Freshman Homeroom
President, Junior Homeroom
President, Freshman Football,
Freshman Basketball, Freshman
Seniors' busy year
Band, Lieutenant, Property
Crew, Hi-Y, Latin Club, Ser-
geant-at-Arms, National Dele-
gate, America-nism Club, Stu-
dent Couincil, Key Club,
Science Club, Boys' State,
Freshman Homeroom Vice-
Mary Kathryn Kite
Tigerettes, FHA, Latin Club,
Secretary, S a f e t y Council,
Science Club, Thespians, FBLL,
JCL, Varsity Cheerleader.
Hi-Y, Debate Club, Office
Latin Club, French Club,
Thespians, JCL, Homecoming
Court, Maid, Senior Class
Beauty, Freshman Basketball,
seems very short
Tigerettes, Science C l u b ,
Vice-President, T h e s p i a n s,
Monroyan Ad Staff, FBLL.
Gretchen La Fra nce
Tigerettes, Squad Leader,
FHA, Historian, Red Cross,
Safety Council, Thespians,
Tigerettes, FHA, Latin Club,
JCL, Safety Council, Student
Council, Thespians, Ad Staff,
Tiger Cubs, Sophomore Home-
room Treasurer, F r e s h m a n
Horneroom Secretary, Junior
French Club, Science Club,
Library Club, Red Cross, Con-
cert and Marching Band,
Hi-Y, Science Club, Office
Tigerettes, S q u a d Leader,
President, Latin Club, Presi-
dent, Americanism Club, Jun-
ior Board Member, Safety
Council, Student Council, Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Science Club,
Glee Club, Accornpanist, JCL,
State Secretary, Delegate to
National Convention, Girls'
State Delegate, Senior Most
Likely to Succeed.
Band, Latin Club, JCL, Red
Cross, FBLL, Girls' State, Jun-
ior Homeroom Secretary, Vot-
ing Delegate to State JCL
FHA, Latin Club, Red Cross,
Library Club, Program Chair-
man, JCL, Medics Club.
Letterman's Club, Chaplain,
Freshman Football, "B" Team
Football, Varsity Football, All-
District, Freshman Basketball
Americanism Club, Science
Tigerettes, FHA, F r e n c h
Club, Americanism Club, Glee
Club, Library Club.
Senior office boys
Tigerettes, Squad Leaden
Company Commander, Latin
Club, Program Chairman, Sen-
ior Advisor, JCL, Americanism
Club, Safety Council, Vice-
President, Science Club, Presi-
oenr, Annual otait, Circula-
tion Manager, Sizzler Staff,
Feature Editor, Glee Club,
FBLL, Homecoming Maid,
Merit Scholarship Semi-Fina-
list, Americanism Seminar, Ne-
Band, Concert, Marching,
Squad Leader, Property Crew,
Lieutenant, Captain, Latin
Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Amer-
icanism Club, Constitutional
Committee, Key Club, Or-
chestra, Flag Committee, Boys'
State, All-State Band, All-State
Orchestra, All-District Band,
Senior Class Most Talented.
Tigerettes, FHA, Y-Teens,
French Club, Library Club,
Hi-Y, Red Cross.
replaced by automation
Tigerettesp Latin Clubg Stu-
dent Councilg Thespiansg Var-
sity Cheerleaderg Freshman
Cheerleaclerg Freshman Favo-
ritef Sophomore Favoriteg Jun-
ior Favoriteg Freshman Basket-
ballg Varsity Basketball: Senior
Girls' Vice-Presidentg Freshman
Homeroom Treasurerg Sopho-
more Homeroom Secretary:
Senior Class Friendliest.
Bandg Hi-Yg Secretary, Pres-
identg Latin Clubg Annual Staff
Freshman Footballg Fresh-
FHAg Y-Teensp Latin Clubg
JCLg Red Crossp Safety Coun-
cilf Science Clubg Thespians.
Tigerettes, Assistant Squad
Leaclerg Fl-lAy Y-Teens, Vice-
Presidentp French Club: Red
Crossg Glee Clubg FBLLp Li-
Bandg FHAQ Vice-President,
P a r i s h Historiang Y-Teens,
Treasurerg Red Crossg Safety
Councilg Junior Homecoming
Maidf Sophomore Homecom-
ing Maidg Track-court Maidp
Sophomore Homeroom Presi-
dentg Junior Homeroom Vice-
Bandg National Merit-Scholar-
Band, Uniform Corporal,
Squad Leaderg Latin Clubg
Americanism Clubg Flag Com-
mitteeg All-State Bandg All-
State Orchestrag All-District
Bandg National Merit Scholar-
FHAg Latin Club: Red Crossp
Band, Property Corporal,
Key Club, Track.
Tigerettes, Secretary, Junior
Commander, Senior Command-
er, Squad Leader, Latin Club,
Club, Safety Council, Treasur-
er, Vice-President, Student
Council, Alternate, Girls' State,
Freshman Basketball, School
Hi-Lites, Senior Class Secre-
Tigerettes, Junior Alternate
Commander, Senior Alternate
Commander, Latin Club, Amer-
icanism Club, Safety Coun-
cil, President, Secretary, Stu-
dent Council, Science Club,
Band, Assistant Squad Lead-
er, Science Club.
Seniors set examples fo
Tigerettes, FHA, Latin Club,
French Club, Thespians, FBLL.
Tigerettes, Squad Leader,
FHA, Treasurer, Latin Club,
JCL, Glee Club, Librarians,
tion Department, Typist, Siz-
zler Staff, Sports Editor, Junior
Thespians, Annual Ad Staff,
Freshman Homeroom Secre-
tary, Freshman Beauty, Fresh-
man Cheerleader, Most Ath-
letic, Freshman Basketball,
Band, Hi-Y, Red Cross,
Safety Council, Glee Club,
Band, Americanism Club,
Transfer Student, French
Transfer Student, Red Cross,
Olin Science Pin, National
Merit Scholarship Semi-Fina-
Letterrnan's C l u b, Latin
Club, Red Cross, Safety Coun-
cil, Vice-President, Thespians,
Freshman Football, Freshman
Track, Varsity Football, Varsity
Hi-Y, Red Cross, Freshman
Tigerettes, Squad Leader,
Vice-President, Company Com-
mander, Latin Club, JCL, Glee
Club, FBLL, Publications De-
partment, Typist, Sizzler Staff,
Transfer Student, Red Cross.
Tigerettes, Latin Club, His-
torian, JCL, Americanism
Club, Red Cross, Safety Coun-
cil, Alternate, Science Club,
Secretary, Thespians, Annual
Staff, Co-Editor, Art Editor,
Snapshot Editor, LSU Leader-
ship Conference, Science Club,
Treasurer, Sizzler Staff, Art
and Cartoon Editor, "Who's
Who in Art."
Tigerettes, Squad Leaderp
FHA, Reporterg Red Crossg
FBLLg Medics Clubg Sizzler
Staff, Chief Reporter.
Sandra Jeanne Riddle
Tigerettesg FHAp Latin Clubg
JCLp French Club, Red Crossp
Student Councilg Thespiansg
Annual Staff, Advertising De-
partmentg Glee Clubg FBLLg
Track Queeng Freshman Bas-
ketballf Varsity Basketball.
Howard, Segars, and White
Jea n ne Rovva n
Tigerettesg Latin Clubp
Americanism Cluby Glee Clubp
Pelican Girls' Statep Leader-
ship Conference: Freshman
Homeroom Secretaryg Junior
Homeroom Secretaryp Sopho-
more Homeroom Vice-Presi-
Band, Property Corporal:
Red Crossg Freshman Track.
Letterman's Clubp Student
Councilg Freshman Footballg
Freshman Basketball: Freshman
Track, "B" Team Footballp
Varsity Footballg Baseball.
Letterman's Club, Sergeant-
at-Arms, Freshman Football,
Freshman Basketball, Freshman
Track, Varsity Football, Var-
sity Basketball, Varsity Track,
All-District, All-Twin-City, All-
Cadet Band, French Club,
Vice-President, R e d Cross,
FBLL, Library Club, Junior
Band, Corporal, Sergeant,
Squad Lealer, All-State Orches-
tra, Latin Club, JCL, Red
Cross, Library Club.
Peggy Ann Southerland
Band, All-State Band, French
C l U bi Red Cross, Science
Letterman's Club, President,
Latin Club, Vice-President,
Americanism Club, Student
Council, Sergeant-at-Arms, Key
Club, Senior Board Member,
Science Club, Sergeant-at-
Arms, Thespians, Annual Staff,
Ad Editor, Sophomore Favo-
rite, Freshman Favorite, Fresh-
man Football, Freshman Bas-
ketball, Freshman Track, Var-
sity Football, All-District, All-
Tigerettes, Assistant Squad
Leader, Y-Teens, Latin Club,
French Club, Americanism
Club, Red Cross, Student
Council, Science Club, Thes-
pians, FBLL, JCL, Nledics Club.
Tigerettes, FHA, Latin Club,
Red Cross, Student Council,
Annual, Ad Staff, JCL.
"B" Team Football, Fresh-
man Trackp Varsity Track.
Marcelena Hill Taylor
Red Crossg Transfer Student.
Varsity Basketballg Tiger-
Seniors look forward to their
Transfer Studentf Symphon-
ic Bandg Marching Bandp
Youth Syrnpho-nyg French Clubg
Societe' Hone'raire de Francais:
Science Club. 7
Tigerettesg FHAg Y-Teensp
Glee Club: FBLL.
Latin Clubg Thespiansg Fresh-
man Homeroom President:
Sophomore Homeroom Presi-
dentg Junior Homeroom Vice-
Fred J. Vogal
Band, Squad Leaderg Hi-Yi
Letterman's Clubf Boys' Statep
Trackg Nord Meet of Cham-
day of triumph
Hi-Y, Stage Crew, Printing
Department, Photo Depart-
Band, Feature Twirler, Y-
Teens, Red Cross, Safety
Council, Science Club, Thes-
Tigerettes, Treasurer, Squad
Leader, FHA, Latin Club, JCL,
Americanism Club, Secretary,
Student Council, Reporter,
Glee Club, FBLL, Secretary.
Band, Corporal, Student
Conductor, All-State Band,
Tigerettes, Squad Leader,
FHA, Latin C l u b, Student
Council, Thespians, Ad Staff,
JCL, Varsity Cheerleader.
Lettermen's Club, American-
isrn Club, Student Council,
Key Club, Science Club,
Freshman Football, "B" Team
Football, Varsity Football, All-
Tigerettes, Squad Leader,
Latin Club, JCL, Americanism
Club, FBLL, Publication De-
partment, Typist, Sizzler Staff,
Band, Lettermen's Club,
Americanlsm Club, Key Club,
Senior Class Most Handsome,
Freshman Homeroom Secre-
Homeroom Vice - President,
Freshman Football, Freshman
Track, Freshman Basketball,
"B" Team Football, Varsity
Seniors - Bon Voyage
Senior Beauties and Hanclsomes get to ether f
Fl-IA, Y-Teensg Latin Club
Red Cross, Glee Club, FBLL
Hi-Yg Letterman's Clubg Glee
Clubg Freshman Football: "B"
Team Football, Varsity Foot'
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Willis, Jimmy Howard, Don Saget, Jimmy Gaiennie. SEATED: Diane Clark, Carol Koontz, Gay Hargrove,
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Junior Class led by able officers
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Championship for 1962. The sign behind him gives the feelings of the student body as the Tigers
made it two in a row.
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Porfer, Brenda Crow, and Scotty Campbell.
Sopliomores say, "We have arrived." -- J. Dodd
Brooks, Al McDuff, and Bruce Herrell.
Lenward Sims, Donna
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P. Richard Boyett
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cats", of course.
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Sophomores try to make Neville the best.
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Cynthia Chambliss, Lincla Montrozos, Mary Scruggs
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Making a trip to Baton Rouge to tour the capital and meet Governor Davis were the following stu
dents: From left to right: Eddie Olmstead, Art Kelly, Tommy Ware, Dallas Lea, Scotty Irby, Ken Braley,
Karl Suomi, Mark Wagley, Frederic Lutz, Allen Bealle, J. Dodd Brooks, Pharnie Colvin, Deborah Feeney,
Mary Eve Beckett, Mercille Wichowsky, Elise Trimble, Jane Allen, Bo Shaw, Kay Kilgore, Linda Dixon,
Mary Einhorn, Kay Joyce, Suzanne Keller, Linda Thompson, Vicki Hallmark, Clyde White, Bonnie Baldo,
Mr. Turner, Edward Solomon.
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The 1961 62 Track Team
Members are from left to right KNEELING Malcolm Smnth Davld Trousdale Sam Walker Barry Mullins
Russell Grantham Jerry Braud Steve Jackson Ronald Klllen STANDING flrst row Randall Fallnn Mxke
Wilson Robert Charles Payne Freddle Moses Don Bran? Jimmy Howard David Gremslllon Eric Borgkvusf
STANDING second row A D Futrell Jr Harvey Hales Fred Vogel John Segars Bunzy Bryant Kurt
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racked up 102 3 f5 points to take the trophy
at the 2-AA District Meet held in Tiger
Stadium. All relay records were bettered by
the Tigers, the 180 low hurdles mark tell
and John Segars bettered his own discus
Making it "Two Down, One to Go," tor
Neville's state championship winning athletic
department, the Tigers scored 50 points to
32 each for Abbeville and Pineville. Don
Brant won the 1OO in 10.1 and the 220 in
21.8 and ran legs on record breaking 440
and 880 relay teams to pace the Tigers'
victory. The relay performances were 43.3
and 1129.4 Other Tiger team members who
placed in the meet were Fred Vogel, second
in high and low hurdles, and John Segars,
fourth in the discus.
Members of the Tiger 880 relay team are from left to right Don Brant, Freddie Moses, Mike Wilson,
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Twin City Relays
The Tigers staged a last minute rally
to edge West Monroe for first place
in the Third Annual Twin City Relays.
The turning point came when Mike
Wilson turned on the speed to come
from behind and beat the Rebels' entry
to the finish line in the 880 run. The
Tigers placed first in seven of the run-
Robert Charles Payne at his best.
Jimmy Howard breaks the wire.
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Annually, The New Orleans
RecreaTion DeparTmenT sponsors
a meeT of Track champions from
all over Louisiana. The seven
members of The Tiger Track
Team who enTered were Don
BranT, Freddy Moses, STeve Jef-
ferson, Mike Wilson, Bunzy Bry-
anT, Jimmy Howard, and KurT
The sTaTe Double A Cham-
pion Neville Team deTeaTed
Byrd in The mile relay wiTh a
Time of 3.24.2 The vicTory ful-
filled a season long ambiTion for
Neville. "We came here for one
reason," The Tigers' Jimmy
Howard said aTTer The races, "To
beaT Byrd." Howard, Bunzy
BryanT, KurT Guelzow, and Mike
Wilson ran on The winning Team.
BryanT, Wilson, Moses, and Don
BranT also ran on The Neville's
record-breaking 880-yard relay
quarTeT which was clocked in
Neville Relay Track Court
Leff To righh Barbara Mulhearn maid Judy Searcy maid Sharon Sfancll maid of honor Heidi Rowan
queen, Jan Conlin, maid Jan Reagan maid
"Best in AA"
The 1961-62 Baseball Team
Shown with the Double AA Championship trophy they had lust won by defeating Abbeville by winning
a best of three game series from left to right are Gene Galligang A. D. Futrell, Jr.g Coach Charlie Browng
Bill Hochstetlerp Ronnie Factorg Robert Charles Payneg Ralph Robertsg Scotty Campbellg Eddie Kincaidp
Don Osbornf Ronnie Davidson, managerg Mike Mackg Herschel Walkerg Joe Canal: Randy Falling Don
Sagetg and Bill Dunn, manager.
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ln the movie "lt Happens Every Spring" a
chemical formula was discovered that led a team
to the World Series. Neville's magic combination
of training, team cooperation, and school and pub-
lic backing proved to be the formula for winning
another Double AA State Championship trophy as
the Tigers defeated Minden, Menard of Alexan-
dria, and Abbeville.
Herschel Walker hurled a four-hitter and Mike
Mack belted a three run homer as the powerful
Tigers defeated the Wildcats from Abbeville to
vvin their second straight AA Championship. Mak-
ing the All-State team were Joe Canal, shortstop,
and Eddie Kincaid, catcher.
Randall Fallin in action against the West Monroe Rebels
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Last Days Were Filled With Eventfu
A highlight of The class of 1962's graduation
activities was participation in the annual Class
Day program. Musical numbers, reading ot the
rollicking class will and prophecy which proved
to be funnier to the seniors than any member of
the audience, and awarding of medals to class
officers were included in the program.
Mr. Seegers presents an award To the President of the
l962 class, Kim Brees-e,
The prophets of the '62 class, Jody Biedenharn and Cookie Cookston, foretell the future.
cfivities for the Class of '62 Seniors
Miss Washburn gives awards to seniors, Mary Lee Milstead
and Susan Ferguson for outstanding service to the library.
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Mr. Ralph Caldwell hands out advanced chemistry awards
to Don Marx and Wayne Smith.
Mr. Griffith awards Robert Horton his math trophy.
Spring Activities Brin
To promote the study of the classical languages,
the Latin Club celebrates Latin Week. During the
week students used colorful posters depicting
Roman life and culture and initiated new members.
Auctioning oft a Roman "slave" Jerry Album is Bo
"Join the Calvary for Caverlee" proved to be
the winning slogan as Sam Caverlee defeated
Kurt Guelzow after a spirited campaign for
1963 Student Council president. Outgoing pres-
ident Mike Riley presents the gavel to new proxy.
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Abell, Nelson 145, 201
Abington, Judy 156
Abraham, Gloria 89, 179
Ackel, Charles 109, 156
Acosta, Gerald 156
Acosta, Mona 102, 156
Adams, Ann 65, 72, 84, 85, 15
Adams, Bill 156
Adams, Harriet 201
Adams, Kaye 191
Adams, Linda 89, 191
Addison, Judy 201
Addison, Kathy 191
Albright, Lee 191
Albright, Tonette 101, 191
Albright, Rex 156
Album, Jerry 103, 105, 191, 122
er, Diane 156, 89
Alger, Whitney 179
Allen, Eddie 191
Allen, Jane 201
Allen, Lane 191
Allen, Lynne 89, 191
Allen, Sharon 89, 90, 179
Allen, Susan 89, 201
Alverson, Kay 201
Fred 134, 201
Julie 89, 92, 99, 191
Anders, Arden 79, 108, 179
Anderson, Wayne 191
Anspach, Carolyn 191
Antley, Nathan 106, 179
Armstrong, Anne 191
Armstrong, Drew 201
Armstrong, John 108, 179
Aron, Paul 157
Atkinson, Linda 89, 179
Baldo, Bonnie 89, 108, 191
Ballard, Sandy 89, 90, 105, 179
Banks, Paul 201
Barker, Tommy Lee 201
Barringer, Candy 191
Battistone, Linda 191
Beckworth, Becky 100, 191
Bee, Teresa 89, 100, 201
Beebe, Virginia 111
Bell, Skipper 191
Bell, Steven 134, 201
Belmont, Jo-Ann 109, 179
Bennett, Lawrence 84, 85, 157
Bennett, Peggy 191
Benton, Ashley 89, 191
Benton, Richard 201
Benton, Susan 41, 89, 101, 179
Bettis, Betty Ann 157
Biedenharn, Jay 201
Billingsley, Tommy 201
Bird, Kathryn 89, 191
Blackmon, Beverly 67, 89, 108, 1
Blair, Bill 157
Blair, Linda 100, 106, 109, 112, 157
Bloomer, Linda 201
Blue, Steve 158
Boals, Raymond 201
Boals, Walter 179
Bogie, Charlene 111, 179, 206
Bonner, Latina 158
Bonura, Cindy 201
Borgkvist, Eric 212
Boudreaux, Avelie 100, 108, 201
Boudreaux, Roy 108, 179
Bayne, Holly Sue 85, 90, 92, 112, 156
Bealle, Allen 191
Beard, Carol Sue
Beasley, John 99, 179
Beckeff, DeWitt 91, 116, 120, 121, 130, 157,
Beckett, Mary Eve 89, 201
Boutwell, Barbara 191
Bradley, Copelen 179
Bradley, Richie 179
Bradley, Susan 201
Bradshaw, Archie 179
Bradshaw, Linda 201, 110
Braley, Ken 201
Branch, Judy 89, 191
Branch, Sherry 89, 191
Brandon, Janis 111, 179
Brandon, Rita 89, 179
Brant, Jane 201
Brasher, Jimmie 34, 109, 158
Brasher, Ronnie 179, 241
Braud, Gerald 212
Bray, Betty 158
Brazzel, Ken 201
Brea rd, Anne 179
Breard, Lindann 191
Breard, Milge 84, 85, 108, 179
Breard, Renee 108, 191
Breard, Salley 201
eanie 82, 108, 191
Bridges, Nemery 179
Brinson, Ann 89, 99, 201
Brisbin, Lauralee 179
Brisbin, Wade 108, 158
Brode, Ted 179
Brooks, Cheryl 89, 101, 111, 179
Brooks, J. Dodd 190, 191
Brooks, Jimmy 201
Brown, Janet 23, 89, 201
Brown, Joe 201
Brown, Larry 191
Brown, Robert 201
Brown, Sandra 147, 150, 191
Bryan, Carol 201
Bryan, James 38, 99, 135, 191
Bryant, Joel 37, 179
Bryce, Lynda 89, 111, 180
Bryce, Lynne 89, 111, 180
Buchanan, Scott 191
Buchanan, Wendell 180
Buckner, Barbara 30, 100, 108, 18
Bullock, Roy 201
Burgess, Johnny 158, 189
Burford, Lee 75, 134, 201
Burgess, Pam 89, 191
Burkett, Margie 109, 192
Burt, Annette 110, 201
Burton, Spike 91, 109, 155, 158
Bushnell, Wayne 158
Butler, Elaine 89, 101
Buttitta, Johnny 192
Bynum, Jimmy 180
Byrd, Frances 97, 109, 159
Cain, Chuck 201
Campbell, George 26, 145, 201
Campbell, Scotty 116, 129, 190, 192 216
Campbell, Terry 89, 192
Canal, Joe 73,141,143,145,180 212 216
Cannon, Fay 89, 108, 180
Cantrell, Sheila 201
Carlson, David E. 159
Carso, Brenda 74, 78, 89, 192
Carso, Camille 78, 192
Carter, Jean 89, 95, 192, 194
Cascio, Charles 192
Cascio, Sarah 201
Cascio, Victor 200, 201
Casey, Ann 159
Causey, Bill 201
Causey, Carolyn 159
Causey, Walter 107, 116, 122, 128, 136, 142
Cavendish, Bob 97, 180
Caverlee, Jim 24, 91, 178, 180
Caverlee, Sam W. 12, 58, 78, 79, 91, 143, 145,
Chambliss, Cynthia 85, 151, 200, 201
Chambliss, Pat 108, 111, 159
Chapman, Cheryl Lai
Chappell, Billy 202
Chennault, David 75, 134, 202
Christian, Ruth 159
Clark, Barry 202
Clark, Carroll 36, 109, 160
Clark, Diane 48, 49, 107, 137, 160, 176
Clark, Ronnie 25, 36, 116, 122, 123, 192, 223
Clark, Vicki 202
Clay, John 192
Clay, Pam 89, 202
Clerico, Bruna 59, 80, 81, 89, 108, 160
Coats, Tommy 135
Cobb, Amanda 41, 89, 105, 138, 139, 180, 201
Cochran, Kathleen 82, 90, 94, 96, 99, 112, 160,
Cochran, Susan 89, 100, 202
Cohn, Henry 134, 177, 202
Cole, Henry 160
Cole, Richard 116, 133, 192
Collier, Dawn 100, 202
Collier, Gary 202
Collier, Mary Jean 202
Colvin, Jean 89, 134, 151, 202, 204
Colvin, Phamie 192
Conlin, Chris 99, 134, 202, 204, 101
Conlin, Jan 89, 99, 180, 186, 215
Cook, Jenny 202
Cookston, Doug 134, 202
Coon, Clyde 192
Correro, David 192
Cotney, Julice 202
Courson, Carolyn 89, 108, 147, 148, 149, 190
Cowder, Ruth Ann 89, 202
Cowder, Sue 89, 192
Cox, Richard 202
Craft, Ann 192
Crawford, Diane 89, 192
Crossland, Nancy 56, 58, 79, 76, 91, 107, 137,
Crotwell, Carol 84, 85, 160
Crouch, Frank 192
Crow, Brenda 82, 89, 101, 190, 192
Crow, Karen 147, 148, 150, 180
Culpepper, Carol 89, 181
Cumpton, Jo 202
Curry, Charles 145, 202
Curry, Donney 202
Daigle, Marilyn 28, 100, 202
Dana, Ronald 28, 105, 109, 135, 193
Davidson, Ronnie 145, 193, 216
Davis, Byron 202
Davis, Connie 181
Davis, Joan 121
Davis, Stephanie 98, 202
Davis, William G., Jr. 66, 142, 143,
Day, Helen 100, 193
Dayton, Edward 193
Dean, Kent 103, 109, 193
Decelle, Chuck 202
Decelle, Donna 89, 181
Decell, Dottie 193
Deen, Suzy 202
DeMoss, Ronnie 116, 133, 193, 223
Denoux, Marilyn 89, 189, 193
Denson, Lee 112, 161
Devereux, Tim 193
DeVille, Janey 202
Dickenhorst, Sherry 39, 108, 202
Dickens, Harold 134, 202
Dillingham, Diana 202
Dimiterchik, Julia 202
Dispenza, Mike 26, 193
Ditta, Butch 111, 202
Dixon, Linda 202
Dixon, Susan 100, 202
Domingues, Dale 193
Doncer, Ray 134, 202
Dorman, Charles 202
Dowd, Bridget 151, 202
Downing, Maribeth 89, 109, 161
Dreyer, Lance 145, 202
Dukes, Tom 103, 202
Duncan, Denise 202, 204
Duncan, Kenny 28, 116, 121, 161
Dunkleman, Daria 89, 161
Dunn, Bill 143, 193, 216
Dunn, Gayle 89, 161, 177
Dunn, Walter 134, 202
Dupont, Gail 181
Dupree, Thomas 193
Dupuy, Joe 67, 103, 161
Earl, Arthur 202
Easley, Kenneth 103, 155, 161
Easley, Martha 39, 98, 202
Eason, Frank 161
Eason, Paul 116,127,181
Edelman, Nancy 100, 202
Edmundson, Ann 109, 162, 177
Edwards, Jane 82, 85, 90, 181
Edwards, Sherry 203
Einhorn, Mary 193
Ensiminger, Rex 99, 203
Ensiminger, Sally 35, 89, 138, 181, 186
Entrican, Diane 89, 181
Ernst, Tom 203
Evangelista, Robert 138, 181
Evans, Jan 34, 162
Factor, Ronnie 78, 91,141,178,181, 216
Fairbanks, Johnny 181
Fallin, Linda 203
Fallin, Randall 31, 64, 107, 14
Farr, Sally 109, 181
Feeny, Deborah 203
Ferguson, Eileen 203
Ferguson, Kathy 193
Fife, Henry 162
Fitch, Martha 203
Flanary, Steve 203
Florsheim, Henry 99, 134, 202
Floyd, Charles 134, 145, 203
Flynn, Larry 26, 203
Folds, Liz 203
Fontana, Ronnie 181
Ford, Tommie 193
Frasier, Gerrie 108, 162
4, 162, 212, 216
Freeman, Phyllis 89, 99, 108,181
Frost, Charles 203
Frost, Marcia 89, 105, 181
Fulton, Pam 181
Futch, Jimmie 203
Futch, Susan 203
Gaiennie, Jimmy 55, 63
Galligan, Gene 39, 74, 78, 9
Gannaway, Gary 79, 90, 106,
Gannaway, Milann 89, 90, 181
Garfield, Bill 203
Garrett, John 141, 181
Gates, Peggy 203
Gattis, Bill 203
Gentry, Donna 203
Gentry, Juanita 181
Genung,Carol 101, 111,181
George, Bobby 106, 162
George, Brenda 89, 193
Gibson, Jerry 193
Giddings, Sheila 181
Gilchrist, Steve 134, 203
Gill, Joyce 163
Gilliland, Dan 86,193
Gilliland, Nanci 89, 193
Gilmont, Stephanie 103, 163
Glasgow, Katherine 193
Godwin, Lela 203
Goldman, Marilyn 89, 101, 110, 193
Goorley, Robert 163
Goyne, Joe 181
Goza, Diane 35, 109, 163
Graham, John 181
Grant, Joe Bailey 181, 189
Grantham, Russell 181, 212
Gray, Diane 110, 193
Gray, Eastland 38, 99, 181
Green, Jack 29, 203
Greenlee, Jimrny 193
Greenwood, Sandra 203
Greer, Tim 85, 105, 181
Gremillion, Danny 163
Gremillion, David 144, 181, 212
Gremillion, Jackie 100, 102, 181
Gresham, Brenda 89, 182
Gresham, Carlton 163
Griffith, Laura 27, 89, 11, 182
Grigsby, Judy 89, 203
Grower, Glenda 182
Grower, Pam 62, 69, 163
Johnson, Judy 204
Guelzow, Kurt 61, 68, 90, 91, 79, 103, 116,
122,155,163,184,186, 212, 215
Guillot, Angele 108, 193
Gulley, Sunnye 193
Gunn, Keith 134, 203
Guthrie, Phil 85, 86, 155, 164
Guyton, Don 203
Martha 34, 72, 82, 112, 109, 164
Gurgiola, Danny 34
Haddad, Billy 203
Haddad, Michael 116, 130, 164, 223
Haddad, Lynn 89, 193
Halley, Connie 203
Holler, George 182
Halley, Diane 89, 90, 105, 182
Halley, Michael 203
Halley, Patricia 203
Hall, Anne 193
Hall, Richard 203
Hakim, Theda Jo 193
Hallmark, Vicki 82, 89, 93, 193, 228, 241
Hammonds, Harvey 134, 203
Hammons, Jerry 84
Hammons, Lincla 203
Hammons, Marjorie 111, 164
Hamner, Lynn 109, 203
Haneline, Richard 182
Haneline, Ronnie 203
Hanks, Ann 193
Hanna, Elaine 89, 193
Hansen, Steve 193
Harbuck, Nancy 108, 182
Hardy, Linda 203
Hargon, Geron 60, 107, 132, 164
Hargrove, Gay 54, 107, 137, 164, 176
Hargus, Carol 78, 151, 203
Hargus, George Jr. 103, 155, 159, 164
Harmon, Jimmy 164
Harmon, Johnny 193
Harper, Mickey 91, 194
Harris, Jay 135, 194
Harrison, Bark 24, 165
Harrison, David 116, 133, 194
Hart, Gary 116, 154, 182, 223
Hart, Mike 134, 203
Hartmann, Cathy 203
Hathaway, Ann 101, 108, 203
Harvey, Ray 28, 135, 194
Hayward, Alex 134, 203
Head, Jane 93, 102, 105, 182, 194
Head, Margaret 102, 204
Head, Tommy 116, 177, 182, 189
Heard, Charles 204
Hegwood, Madeline 101, 182
Hedgepeth 194, 204
Hedgepeth, Virginia Sue 204
Heimgartner, Johnny 177
Heller, Sandy 89, 108, 182
Hendricks, Sheryle 100, 194
Henry, Jimmy 99
Herrell, Bruce 135, 189, 190, 194
Hesdorffer, Gordon 105, 194
Hessick, Terry 32, 103, 165
Hicks, Robbie 89, 111, 182
Higgins, Larry 194
High, Susan 89, 204
Hilton, Red 204
Hines, Susie 204, 151
Hochstetler, Bill 109, 135, 182, 216
Hodge, Barbara 204
Hogue, Bill 134, 204
Holden, Tom 108, 194
Holdsworth, Robert 116, 133, 182
Hollingsworth, Bill 183
Holloway, Patricia 89, 204
Hollis, Kathy 89, 111, 183
Holt, Gary 91, 142, 144, 183, 212
Hood, Janet 75, 134, 204
Hoodemaker, Julia 82, 105, 194
Hooper, Linda 204
Houston, Joe 204
Houston, John 194
Houston, Vernon Dale 86, 194
Hover, Salley 26, 89, 194
Howard, Barney 109, 116, 194
Howard, Jimmy 53, 69, 91, 107, 116, 120
212, 214, 215, 238
Hudson, Sandra 204
Huffman, Steve 79, 80, 91, 105, 107, 116, 123
Hughes, Allise 108, 111, 183
Hull, Rebecca 204
Hunnicutt, Mary Louise 204
Hunt, Bill 165
Hutts, Greg 93, 108, 111, 183
Hyland, Ricky 165
lnabnett, Caroline 204
lrby, Scotty 204
lrvin, Mike 183
Irvine, Bill 183
Jackson, Barbara 89, 108, 165
Jackson, Bill 165
Jackson, Nora 194
Jackson, Steve 183, 212
Johns, Susan 194
Johnsen, Karen 165
Johnson, Don 91, 116, 107, 125, 1
Johnson, Jimmy 183
Johnson, Polly 89, 147, 148, 149,
Johnson, Ronnie 204
Jones, Bud 183
Jones, Charles 134, 200, 204
Jones, Evelyn 183
Jones, Jennie 194
Jones, Kay 166
Jones, Suzette 109, 204
Joyce, Kay 89, 194
Keith, Helen 204
Keller, Mary Tom 79, 204
Suzanne 109, 204
Kellogg, Branton 106, 194
Kelly, Art 204
Kelly, Gayle 79, 89, 100, 105, 183
Kelly, Su Su 89, 204
Kemp, Mike 83, 189, 195
Kern, Joe 204
Kersey, John 195
Key, Ronnie 195
Kilgore, Kay 23, 95, 204
Killen, Ronald 107,116, 122,13O,166, 212
Kilpatrick, Herb 106, 113, 166
Kimball, Tena 195
King, Donna 204
King, Johnny 183
Kinkead, Tom 166
Kiper, Janet 89, 204
Kiper, Richard 85, 91, 103, 112, 166
Kirby, Corliss 183
Kitchens, Reggie 104, 134, 204
Kite, Mary Kathryn KK 71, 107, 137, 166
Klam, Warren 84, 93, 183
Knipping, Tommy 103, 166
Kokinos, Jimmy 135, 195
Koontz, Carol 52, 166, 176
Kozlosky, Patsy 89, 195
Kratzer, Starr 204
Krepper, Martha 195
LaDart, R. J. 204
Ladner, Judy 183
Ladner, Linda 103, 167
Ladshaw, Henry 39, 134, 204
Larsen, Julie 167
LaFrance, Gretchen 167
LaGrange, Arah 38, 82, 195
Lancaster, Sidney 204
Landry, Adria 167, 189
Lane, Joe 167
Lazarus, Steve 167
Langley, Teresa 89, 98, 204
Langley, Wanda 89, 93, 100, 183
Langston, amy 105, 107, 116, 132, 183, 212
Lanier, Jan 28, 183
Larsen, Mary 204
Ledoux, Jim 116, 107, 183
Lee, Donna 204
Lee, Gary 38, 183
Lee, Gilbert 195
Lee, Robert 195
Lee, Sarah 204
Leigh, Cynthia 61, 82, 90,
Lenard, Walter 205
Levert, George 91, 183
Lewis, Gloria 82, 195
Lewis, Randy 118, 183
Licht, Gary 183
Liles, Arthur 205
Lindsey, Suzette 109, 205
Link, Karen 89, 109
Little, Sharon 183
Littleton, Sandra 195
Lockhart, Billy 195
Loftin, Sissi 69, 112, 167
Lomax, Donna 98, 28, 89, 108, 195
Lovelady, Eldwin 183
Lovelady, Janet 168
Lowry, Harriet 89, 105, 195
Lowry, Walter 183
Lyon, Paula 89, 195
McBride, Shawn 71, 89, 83, 90, 82, 103, 97,
138, 168, 186
McBride, Susie 89, 78, 195
McCarty, Denver 86, 184
McCaskill, David 65, 84, 85, 90, 91, 112, 168
McCoy, Vernon 205
McCue, Russell 195
McCullin, Terry 195
McCullin, Vicki 184
McDonough, Judy 102, 105, 184
McDonough, Mike 205
McDuftie, Steve 205
McElroy, Ann 89, 168
McFadden, Doug 205
Mcnuff 28, 135, 190, 195
McFarland, Marie 101
McGee, David 195
McGee, Mike 37, 184
McGowen, Jerry 195
McGowen, Robert W. 168
McGriff, James 195
McHenry, Pat D., Jr. 184
McLain, Charles 25, 109, 195
McNeil, Newby 27, 91, 92, 105, 184
McRae, Ken 195
McSherry, Kathy 107, 60, 137, 155,
McSherry, Robert 91, 116, 126, 195
McWilliams, Mickie 89, 101, 205
Mabray, Melinda 148, 195
Magruder, Don 205
Magruder, Jill 184
Mahr, Terry 91, 195
Malone, Sherrill 109, 184
Mapp, Andy 116, 107, 127, 131
Marsh, Dick 90, 103, 168
Marshall, Connie 31, 89, 195
Marx, Jill 147, 150,184
Mason, Jan 89, 184
Massey, Linda 205
Massey, Marilyn 108, 109, 168
Masur, Linda 101, 107, 184
Masur, Lynn 105, 184
Masur. Sharon 205
Martien, Jamie 195
Martien, No-rman 195
Marx, Jay 195
Marx, Peggy 89, 195
Mathis, Jim 109, 184
May, Dwight 184
Mears, Jim 36, 195
Medlen, Sharon 100, 109, 184
Meeks, Martha 185
Meek, Paula 89, 205
Meeks, Ray 145, 205
Mehl, Jerry 169
Merten, Jay 185
Middleton, Becky 89, 147, 148, 150, 185
Middleton, Phyllis 98, 195
Miles, Margaret 151, 205
Miller, Anna Margaret 185, 111, 110
Milner, Louis 205
Mingledorff, Dana 195
Moncriet, Monty 134, 205
Moncla, Stephen 196
Monroe, Greg 196
Montgomery, Cheryl 79, 205
Montrozos, Linda 200, 205
Moore, Greg 169
Mooe, Richard Keith 185
Moreland, Paula 40, 41, 138, 185
Morris, Derylin 37, 101, 105, 169
Morse, Judy 106, 109, 185
Morton, Lucille 89, 108, 185
Moseley, Suzanne 109, 169, 110
Moses, Freddy 185, 212, 213, 215
Moses, Janet Elizabeth 40, 41, 89, 185
Moses, Owen 145, 200, 205
Mouk, Dana 105, 185
Mulhearn, Barbara 70, 100, 147, 169, 215
Mulhern, Ray 185
Mulhern, Richard 66, 85, 155, 169
Mulhearn, Ruth 169
Mullens, Larry 99, 196
Mullins, Barry 84, 86, 91, 170, 212
Mullins, Georgia E, 82, 205
Mullins, Thad 84, 109, 196
Munholland, Herbert 196
Murphy, Donald 196
Murray, Carolyn 82, 90, 105, 112,
Mack, Michael 216, 217, 219
Myatt, Mary 89, 151, 205
Neal, Paula 89, 99, 170
Newcomer, Donny 205
Newcomer, Robbie 170
Nichols, Penny 170
Patterson, Michael Travis
Nolan, Beverley 89, 205
Nolan, Ronnie 205
Noland, Janet 82, 97, 109, 170
Norman, Harold 185
Norris, Jimmy 185
Odom, Lee 196
Olsan, Dale 185
Olmstead, Eddie 205
Osborn, Don 109, 116, 122, 133, 216
Overton, Carole 196
Overton, Johnny 205
Owens, Ginger 196
Owen, Philip 205
Pankey, Alice 89, 101, 196
Pappas, Gary 73, 116, 124, 125, 130,
Parker, Barbara 89, 109, 196
Parker, Bill 185
Parker, John 62, 99, 109, 170
Parkerson, Becky Ann 102, 106, 111,
Parrish, Deas 90, 105, 185
Parrish, Mina 101, 151
Parrish, Polly 64, 170
Parsons, Harold 205
Patterson, Jo Anne 89, 109, 196
Patterson, Mike W. 185
Pearce, Cliff 196
Pearson, Buddy 171
Pearson, Mike 36, 82, 83, 108, 196
Perry, Paula 99, 185
Peters, Carol Ann 185
Peters, Glenn 134, 205
Pettiiohn, David 171
Phillips, Charles 155, 171
Phillips, Freddy 205
Phillips, Stephen 205
Phillips, Wanda 89, 205
Pierce, Bill 196
Pierce, Sally 185
Pittman, Nancy 185
Planchard, Chip 99, 107, 121, 126, 171
Planchard, Greg 205
Plummer, Crawford 205
Plyler, Paul toe, 185
Poe, Freddy 196
Pohlman, Jimmy 171
Polk, Mary Eleanor 196
Polson, Belva 89, 92, 111, 185
Polson, Connie 89, 196
Pope, Judy 196
Porter, Billie 89, 101, 102, 185
Porter, Donna 74, 78, 105, 190, 196
Porter, Linda 101, 205
Porter, Pat 89, 97, 109, 171
Porter, Rett 205
Posey, Johnny 205
Pounds, Nancy 89, 206
Powell, Barbara 109, 197
Powell, Betty 109, 197
Powell, Bob 197
Powell, Frances 185
Powell, Pat100, 102, 109, 111,185
Purdy, Nelda 99, 151, 206
Quarles, Patsy 206
Ramdin, Dot 206
Rasch, Mickey 197
Rea, Carolyn 185
Rea, Margaret 78, 89, 100, 105, 197
Reagan, Ginger 171
Reagan, Jan 73, 79, 83, 100, 111, 18
Reardon, Will 206
Redding, Buzz 82, 83, 189, 197
Redding, Sage 29, 10, 70, 82, 83, 90, 97, 103,
Reed, Donna 89, 197
Reis, Scotty 197
Reliac, Mary Lou 89, 206
Rester, Shiela 82, 89, 97, 172, 189
Reitzell, Johnny 186
Reynolds, Billy 135, 186
Reynolds, Mary 100, 197
Reynolds, Robert 93, 186
Richards, O'Brien 108, 135, 186
Richy, Beverly 86, 109, 186
Riddle, Brenda 147, 197
Riley, Skipper 206
Riser, Jeff 206
Roberts, Dovie 100, 101, 105, 186
Roberts, Hilton 197
Bobby 133, 186
Bobby ea, 197
Cheryl 206, 108
, Marianne 186
Rodriguez, Daniel 186
Rogers, Jimmie 33, 197
Rogers, Vernon 197
Roper, Everette 186
Rorex, Janna 39, 79, 151, 206
Rosenberg, Joe 135, 197
Rousseau, Chester 172
Rowan, Bob 74, 91, 143, 197, 241
Rowan, Jeanne 97, 109, 112, 172
Rowan, Lela 89, 197
Rowan, Heidi 172, 215, 101
Rowe, Cindy 86, 89, 109, 197
Rowe, Sandy 31, 86, 89, 109, 197
Rowland, Perry 134
Rugg, Steve 86, 172
Russell, Mac 34, 172
Saget, Don 27, 57, 79, 107, 120, 127 132 155
172, 176, 216, 219, 238
Salinas, Murray 134
Salisbury, John 196, 197
Scharf, Phil 206
Scoggin, DeLane 186
Scruggs, Mary 200, 209
Seale, Sandra 206
Searcy, Judy 79, 89, 100, 108, 186, 215
Segars, John 31, 34, 107, 116, 121 130 73
Serio, Alice Ruth 100, 206
Shattuck, Fran 89, 99, 100, 108, 186
Shaver, Kathy 151, 206
Shaw, Bo 206
Shaw, Danny 107, 197
Sheffield, Larry 197
Sheppard, Teresa 206
Sherrouse, Jane 75, 101, 134, 151, 2
Sherrouse, Susan 89, 186
Shlosman, Don 197
Annie 31, 97,108, 197
Simonton, Merrie Jo 89, 106, 197
Sims, Lenward 190, 107
Slakter, Debbie 206
Slavant, Richard 107, 116, 128, 186
Smith, Alyce 197
Smith, Art 187
Smith, Barbara 89, 206
Smith, Chuck 206
Smith, Dianne 187
Smith, Franklin 197
Smith, Gayle 82, 109, 187
Smith, James 116, 124
Smith, Judy 206
Smith, Linda 187
Smith, Malcolm 79, 91, 142, 143, 144, 187
Smith, Patti 147, 197
smith, Ray 197
Smith, Roger 134, 206
Ronnie Lee 173
LaLa 101, 206
Solomon, Doris 84, 85, 173
Solomon, Edward 197
Spargo, Donna 89, 206
Sparks, Tommy 79, 91, 1
Spencer, Elaine 103, 173
Sperry, Susan 173
Spight, Sue 101, 206
Spurgeon, John 206
Spurgeon, Anne 92, 99, 111, 187
Stadler, Kathy 89, 108, 197
Stancil, Gloria 187
Standley, Ted 197
Standhope, David 105, 197
Stark, Ginny 197
Stevenson, Patricia Anne 10,
Stewart, Pat 206
Stewart, Scott 135, 198
Stockstill, Arel 209
Stone, David 174
Stone, Gloria 89, 187
Stone, Kaki 89, 206 V
Storms, Mark 198
Stovall, Bruce 135, 187
Strausser, Mike 198
Strickland, Dee 198
Strickland, Dianne 206
Suomi, Barbara 109, 187
Suomi, Karl 108, 206
Swanson, Donald 187
Swayze, Judy 98, 106, 187
Talbot, Nancy 89, 100, 187
Talvet, Urmas 198
Tarrance, Jimmy 206
Taylor, Bob 37, 174
Taylor Charles 198
Taylor Hank 135, 198
Taylor, Marcelena Hill 174
Taylor, Shelia 94, 198
Temple, Judy 206
Terrell, Joe 198
Terzolas, Crissie 174
Terzolas, Pete 107, 116, 124,
Theriot, Fred 187
Theus, Ed 198
Thomas, Chuck 198
Thomas, Ray 187.
Thompson, Lenoir 187
Thompson, Linda 206
Thrift, Butch 200, 206
Tidwell, Chuck 145, 206
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Tillery, Betty 198
Tolar, Mary Louise 108, 187
Touchtone, Jan 41, 100, 187
Trent, Bobby 198
Trice, Bill 82, 105, 106
Trimble, Becky 198
Trimble, Elise 206
Trimble, Katie 103, 108, 174
Trousdale, David 187, 212
Truett, James 198 .
Tucker, Cynthia 89, 198
Tucker, Dana 134, 204, 206
Tuey, Ronnie 198
Turnage, Kaye 98, 206
Turner, Janne 174
Turner, Murray 198
Turner, Tyrone 200
Turpin, Jeff 198
Turrentine, Beau 135, 198
Ullman, Carol 207
Underwood, Steve 199
Updegraff, Steve 174
Usrey, Sherry 87, 207
Usrey, Tommy 207
Vanderpool, Janet 89, 199
Varnado, Judy 100, 207
Varnado, Mickie 89, 105, 147, 148,
Vaughan, Kitty 89, 207
Venable, Dennis 116, 142, 199
Vogel, Fred J. 113, 212, 214
Wachowski, Rosalie 187
Donnie 41, 109, 111,199
Wadley Robin Sue 199
Wagley, Mark 207
Walker, Billy 135, 199
Walker, Charles 199
Walker, Judy 187
Walker, Joe 207
Walker, Karen 89, 207
Walker, Lynda 199
Walker, Randy 207
Ward, Dennis 134
Ward, Mac 95, 96, 106, 175, 194
Ware, Tommy 207
Wedemeyer, Charlene 89
Weaver, Donna Merce 24, 111, 175
Weaver, Dubby 207
wear, Louise 79, 82, 89, 90, 1oo, 175
Welch, Virginia 175 ,
Wene, Donna 35, 207
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West, Sharon 89, 207
Whatley, Ned 187
white, Clyde 79, 207
White, Dianne 175
White, Diane 100, 207
Larry 135, 199
Nick 32, 79, 91,107,116,125,155
Whitehead, Sylvia 68, 96, 99, 175
Whitlock, James 207
Whitlow, George 134, 207
Warner, Amos 10, 23, 187
Wilbert, Janey 79, 207
Wilds, Chuck 199
Wiley, Donny 199
Wilkerson 100, 199
Wilkerson, Richard 34, 109, 116, 131, 188
Willard, Linda K. 89, 207
Willey, Mary Jane 207
Alan 200, 207
Williams, Benita 98, 109, 207
Williams, Carol 207
Williams, Charles 78, 91, 199
Cynthia 108, 207
Linda 44, 105, 199
Linda 106, 187
Mike 31, 99, 135, 199
Walter Lee 134, 145, 207
Williamson, Mimi 108, 109, 207
Willis, Gary 199
Willis, James 50, 51, 91, 116,127, 176, 223
Wilson, Billy 207
Windham, Peggy 89, 92, 109, 199
Wing, Sally 89, 109, 188
Wingo, Kenneth 199
Wingo, Linda 176
Wisakowsky, Mercille 199
Wittlier, Claude 207
Wolcott, Avon 41, 89, 188
Wolcott, Georgann 89, 207
Womack, Dianne 89, 199
Wook, Sandra 89, 188
Wook, Wanda 109
Wright, Robert 199
Wright, Til 4, 73, 79, 89, 93, 99, 108, 178, 241
Wright, Wayne 199
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Mary Alice 89, 199
Yerger, Gill 176, 204
Yerger, John 37, 107
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Young, Dale 116, 133, 199
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