Neville High School - Monroyan Yearbook (Monroe, LA)
- Class of 1965
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city system formulates plans
MR. VAN D. ODOM MR. J. H. SCOGIN
Superintendent of Monroe Cify Schools President
MR. WILLIAM GANNAWAY
MR. BILLY HARGISS
MR. LUKE DANIELS
for new high school in South Monroe.
MR. FRANK BREESE MR. FRANK FRANCIS
Secretary Assistant Superintendent
One ot the most important but seldom seen
ot the groups concerned with the City School Sys-
tem is the School Board. The Board ot Education
represents the public in its supervising capacities.
lt acts as an executive committee ot the public
to see that policies, procedures, and expenditures
are used in the best interest ot all. The Class of
1965 wishes to express its appreciation and thanks
to the Board for making it possible that they have
been able to receive their education from an ex-
cellent faculty and have been supplied with tools
with which to work.
MR. PAUL J. NEAL
Supervisor of Testing and Materials
MR. GUS PETTERSON
iNeviIIe's principal - Mr. Sidney Seegarsi
students - old and new.
MISS ELEONA BRINSMADE
MR. A. E. CULPEPPER, JR.
MRS. OLIVE LEIGH COCHRAN
Supervisor of Instruction
Miss Kathryn Douciere Mr. Hilton T. Lytle
Secretary to the Guidance Department, Mrs. Dorothy Kiper helps her
help plan schedules.
Mr. Lytle makes plans for Freshman Orientation.
Whatever a student's ambition forthe future is,
the Guidance Department, composed of Miss Dou-
ciere and Mr. Lytle, probably has a brochure de-
scribing the field. These teachers help students de-
cide what vocation to choose, which college to
attend, and how to apply tor scholarships. Only
after graduation ,as the students begin to make
their own way in the world, can the help of the
counselors be fully appreciated.
MISS KATHRYN DOUCIERE: B.S., M.Ed., Louisiana State University.
Counselor for Juniors and Seniors.
MR. HILTON T. LYTLE: B.S., M.Ed,, Texas ALM, M.S., Gallaudet
College. Counselor for Freshmen and Sophomores, Red Cross.
library is source of knowledge for all.
MRS. MABEL H. HEMPHILL: BA., Northeast Louisiana State Col-
lege, M.S., Louisiana State University. Assistant Librarian. Co-
sponsor fog the Library Club.
MISS GENEVRA WASHBURN: B.A., Newcomb College, M.A.,
Columbia University, B.S., Louisiana State University. Library.
Because of the store of information it holds, the
library is probably the most frequented room in
school. lt is an excellent place for working on re-
search papers, making book reports, obtaining
supplementary references for class work and the
like. The library provides an ideal atmosphere for
much worthwhile study and research for any
student who wishes to take advantage of this op-
Mrs. Mabel H. Hemphill'
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Miss Genevra Washburn
Mrs. Hemphill helps Connie Estes, Jimmy O'Neal, and Larry Mullins
with their reports.
Preparing a report for Civics are Gary Strickland, Marc Swayze, and Jeff Liner.
English means progress
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Mrs. Rhea Rivet Buckner Mrs. Charlotte Hamilton
Mrs. Joyce Mehl Mrs. Dora Lee Kilpatrick
Helping freshmen to start their study of English is Mrs. Buckner.
Working 10 improve his reading speed and comprehension is sopho-
more Art LaGrange.
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MRS. RHEA RIVET BUCKNER: B.S., Louisiana
M.A., Northeast Louisiana State College. English
MRS. CHARLOTTE HAMILTON: B.A., Randolph
College, Newcomb College. English ll. Junior
MRS. DORA LEE KILPATRICK: B.A., Northeast Louisiana State
College. English Il. Y-Teens.
MRS. JOYCE MEHL: B.A., Louisiana State Universityg M.A.E.,
Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, English III.
MRS. MILDRED MITCHELL: B.A., Baylor University. English III
MRS. AUDREY E. NEAL: B.S.E., University of Arkansasg M.A.,
Louisiana State University. English IV.
MRS. EDITH BROWN RODRIGUEZ: B.A., Newcomb College.
MRS. ELEANOR THOMPSON: B.A., Louisiana State College. English
MISS JANE WHITTINGTON: B.A., Belhaven Collegeg M.A., North-
western University. English I and IV. Cheerleaders.
in other fields.
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Mrs. Paul Neal Mrs. Edith Brown Rodriguez Miss Jane Whittington Mrs. Eleanor Thompson
During 'the first semester, English students mas-
ter the mechanics of the languageg the second se-
mester is devoted to literature. Students may find
themselves in the mysterious world of Poe, the'
London of Charles Dickens, or the riverboat with
Mark Twain. To create through writing and to ex-
perience through reading are the goals of the
English students of Neville. The art ot communica-
tion is taught to all grades with the realization that
through this ability good relations may be estab-
lished among people.
Pondering on Julius Ceasar are Sophomores Mac Ray,
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Don Smith, Betty Jo Spargo, and Buddy Wallace.
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equations, proofs, and graphs
Mr. Jessie G. Bergeron Mr, Edward Cascio
"How does she do it?" wonders Buzz Redding as Mrs. Mullins ex-
plains an Algebra II problem to Dana Tucker.
Ken Lowrey works a General Math problem as Mr. Griffith looks on.
Mr. W. E. Chappell Mrs. Eunice Dunn
MR. .IESSIE G. BERGERON: B.S., Northwestern State College.
Geometry, Mechanical Drawing. Safety Council.
MR. EDWARD CASCIOz B.S., Louisiana State University, M.Ed.,
University of Arkansas. Algebra II, Developmental Reading. Key
MR. W. E. CHAPPELL: B.S., M.Ed., Northeast Louisiana State Col-
lege. Algebra I.
MRS. EUNICE DUNN: B.A., Louisiana College, M.S., Louisiana
Polytechnic Institute, Advanced Mathematics, Senior Arithmetic.
MR. D. W. GRIFFITH: B.S., North Texas University, M. A., Univer-
sity of Colorado. General Mathematics. Senior Arithmetic.
MRS. VIRGINIA MULLINS: B.S., Northeast Louisiana State
College, M.S., University of Illinois. Algebra I and II.
MRS. JANE PEARCE: B.S., Louisiana State University. Geometry.
MRS. RUTH M. SMITH: B.A., Louisiana State University. Algebra I.
Mr. D, W, Griffith Mrs. Virginia Mullins Mrs. Jane Pearce Mrs. Ruth Smith
ln the 1960's the welfare of a large per cent of
the population can be affected by the mere push-
ing of a button, pulling of a lever, or turning of a
dial. Mathematical calculations have given this
dial its povver. The study of mathematics is val-
uable to a student primarily because it teaches him
to think for himself.
The fact that a2+b2:cZ may not seem very im-
portant to the average student until ten years
after graduation. This formula serves as a tool for
solving the challenging problems that alert and
sharpen his mind while he is attending school.
Self-reliance and a sense of achievement are the
rewards one earns when he solves a "tough"
Trying to factor axz-l-bx-lfc:O is Junior Eileen Ferguson.
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One can hear the wheels turning as Bobby Heflin, Marilyn Denoux
and Bill Causey take a test.
social studies help stuclents gain
Mrs Eileen H Baur Mr Bennie M Hixon Mr John W. Turner
MRS. EILEEN H. BAUR: M.A., Louisiana Polytechnic lnstitute
American History. Americanism Club.
MRS. RITA S. BLANCHARD: BA., Northeast Louisiana State Col
lege. Civics, Speech, English.
MR. BENNIE HIXON: BlA., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. M,Ed.
Louisiana State University. World History. Tigerettes,
MR. JOHN W. TURNER: B,A,, Northeast Louisiana State College
Government, American History, Economics. Printing Department
appreciation for humanity.
A sTudy of The socieTies of The world, The peo-
ple ThaT make These socieTies, Their land, cusToms,
occupations, beliefs, and governmenT, compose The
social sTudies courses. Through These sulojecTs The
sTudenTs will be beTTer informed To meet chal
lenges. HisTory links pasT and presenT govern
menT, enables The sTudenTs To assume Their re-
sponsibiliTies as ciTizens and psychologically en
ables Them To undersTand and geT along wiTh oTh
"Who was Charlemagne and whaT was he famous Tor?" asks Mrs
Diligenfly answering homework questions for American HisTory are Naoma Dye and Pat Holloway.
COITIIYIQYCG PYGPCIYBS S1'UCl9I11'S
Mrs, Bernice Hickman Miss Marianna Johnson
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Diane Boyd, Carmela Sampognaro, and Cheryl Salter concentrate on a typing
Trying to keep accounts straight in Bookkeeping are Dottie Decell and
MRS. BERNICE HICKMAN: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic lnstitutef
M.B.E., University of Mississippi. Typewriting, Bookkeeping.
MISS MARIANNA JOHNSON: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic lnstitutep
M.B,E., University of Mississippi. Typewriting, Bookkeeping.
MRS. SUE WARD: B.S., Louisiana State University, Northeast
Louisiana State College, M.E.D., Northeast Louisiana State Col-
lege. Typing, Civics.
for the business world of tomorrow.
Click-click-clicking heard in certain rooms at
Neville and the strang symbols seen on the black-
boards are not some kind of foreign code. They
are the sounds and sights familiar to The future
business and office workers of Monroe,-iNeville's
students. The clicking is a result of hard-working
Typing and clerical practice students, and the
strange symbols are actually characters from a
shorthand manual. A scraping sound of numerous
pens moving over sheets of paper issues from
rooms where bookkeeping classes are in progress.
The business education classes hurn with the sound
of an industrious office.
Carbon paper presents problems for typist Larry Sheffield
Trying to catch up with the dictaphone are Judy Branch and Ashley Benton.
Mr. L. D. Allen Mrs. Charles Kulcke
science prepares one
Mr. Larry Loftin Mrs. Gloria Swindle
Young minds ponder the field of Chemistry.
Absorbed in Biology are Judy Grigsby, Nancy Armstrong, and Bobby
MR. L. D. ALLEN: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Instituteg M.S.
Louisiana State University. Chemistry, Physics.
MR. CHARLES W. KUCKLE: BS., Louisiana State Universityg M.S.
Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. Biology. Hi-Y, Science Club.
MR. LARRY LOFTIN: B.S., M.Ed., Louisiana State University, Bioio
MRS. GLORIA SWINDLE: B.S., Northeast Louisiana State College
for modern age.
The science department with its goal ot im-
proving our knowledge ot biological, chemical,
and physical environment has served the students
in their years at Neville, it has dravvn them out
ot the "dark ages." Through science man learns the
Education in these phases builds the minds ot
young men and women to devise and maintain
complicated modern machines. The scientific ap-
proach ot cause and effect not only helps them
as chemists, physicists, or biologists, but also as
bankers, nurses, and parents, it teaches them or-
Georgianna Fink and Marsha McGough look apprehensive as Len Smith and Mr Loffin point out the organs of the Human Body
future homemakers pinpoint pastries,
Mrs. Daisy Daniels Mrs. Dorothy Johnson
Enioying a luncheon are Home Economic students Jeanie Brice, Carmela Sampog-
naro, Susan Maupin, and Alyce Smith.
"Dinner is served," says Paula Meek.
MRS. DAISY H. DANIELS: B.S., Louisiana State University, M,A.,
Mississippi College. Home Economics Il, lll, and IV. FHA.
MRS. DOROTHY JOHNSON: B.S., Northeast Louisiana State Col
lege. Home Economics I and ll. FHA.
patterns, posture, and personality. .
No one has to inquire where the Home Eco-
nomics Department is located. Everyone can iust
"follow his nose." Usually fragrant and spicy
aromas of cookies, spaghetti, or some other delec-
tables drift out from the kitchen.
From a maze of tape measures, patterns, and
miles of thread, it seems perfectly possible that
no finished produce could emerge. However, the
stylish dresses created by the imaginative girls
are always valuable additions to their wardrobes.
State FHA Vice-President Susan Parsons models a green mohair coat
in the Christmas style show presented by the Home Ec. Il, Ill, and
Jean Carter, Mary Tom Keller, and Janet White are interrupted in The process of cooking dinner.
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Patsy Kozlosky, Larry Higgins, and Ann Craft work on their art proiects as
Ronnie Tuey glances at the camera.
Tesa Snively carves a Polynesian girl.
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MISS VERA DOWLING: B.A., Louisiana Polytechnic lnsfiiufe. Art.
MR. LAWRENCE MCGOUGH: B.S., Northwestern Slate College. Me
chanical Drawing, Architectural Drawing, Woodworking l and ll
Miss Dowling and Mr. lVlcGough lead Neville's
sTudenTs as They plunge inTo The world of- arT.
As sTudenTs Travel Through all of aris and craTTs,
They learn The TundamenTals of proporiion, color,
harrnony, and balance. A True appreciaTion of line
and color in The world around Them develops in
The arT classes. A creaTive group, The arT deparT-
rnenT provides backdrops Tor The sTyle shows, Tor
school plays, and in various oiher school acTiviTies.
The "young RembrandTs"' emerge wiTh a sharp-
ened sensiTiviTy To The flowing scenes of life.
A woodworking srudenf learns The mechanics of arf.
Tom Burrell knows That The first steps are The most imporTanT ones.
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"Et tu Brute," thinks Latin ll student, Janet Hood.
Drilling on Spanish verbs is Spanish teacher Mrs. Flournoy.
MISS SANDRA BEACH: B.A., Northeast Louisiana State
French l. Annual.
Newcomb College. Latin ll and lll. Latin Club.
MRS. A. F. FLOURNOY: B.A., Radcliffe College. Span
ancl lll, English lll.
English I. Latin Club.
MRS. MARGARET TAYLOR: B.A., Urllverslty of SCU
Louisiana, M.A., Tulane University. French ll and lll.
MRS. C. F. CRAWLEY: B.S., Louisiana State Universit
MR. GUY H. POPHAM, JR.: B.A., Seton Hall University.
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bridge to other worlds.
French, Spanish, and Latin are the languages
that have opened new roads to us, roads of
knowledge leading into spheres of interest. Imag-
ine the pleasure of being able to say "How are
you?" or "Good morning." in another tongue.
Speaking to a foreigner in his own language or
participating in customs of another country add
flavor to hard study. Neville offers four years of
French, three years of Spanish, and four years of
Latin to the ambitious student. These roads intro-
duce new cultures, develop an understanding be-
tween peoples, and add interest to history, art,
Learning to be "Latin Scholars" are Sally Howell and Tommy Mulhern
"Ah, non. Encore les cartssl J'en ai assez!" replies Bill McSherry to an invitation to play cards from Kerry Bruce.
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Mr. Charlie Brown Mrs. Linda Chase Mr. J. R. Childress Mrs. Babs Hagar
In the Girls' First Aid class Mr. Buddy Ferris demonstrated mouth-to-mouth artificial
respiration on a manoquin, Recessa Ann.
Chest Pressure-Arm Lift method of Artificial Respiration is demon-
strated by a girls' P,E. class.
Mr. Benny Hollis
MR. CHARLIE BROWN: B.S., University of Southwestern Louis-
iana: M.Ed., Northeast Louisiana State College: Physical Education.
Head Football Coach.
MRS, LINDA CHASE: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. Physical
Education. Freshmen Girls' Basketball. Junior Class. Tigerettes.
MR. J, R. CHILDRESS: B.S., Northeast Louisiana State College,
M.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. Physical Education, Driver
Education. Letterm-en's Club.
MRS. BABS HAGAR: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. Physical
Education. Girls' Basketball Varsity Coach.
MR. BENNY HOLLIS: B.S., Northeast Louisiana State College, Physi-
cal Education, Basketball Coach, Golf Coach.
MR. LARRY REEVES: B.S., Northwestern State College: M.Ed.,
Northeast Louisiana State College. Physical Education, Typewriting,
Clerical Practice. Head Baseball Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach.
MR. BILL RUPLE: B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, M.Ed.,
Northeast Louisiana State College. Physical Education. Athletic
MR. WILLIAM L. SMITH: B.S., Louisiana State University: M.Ed.,
Northeast Louisiana State College. Physical Education, General
Science. Assistant Football Coach. Assistant Track Coach.
MR. BUCK STEWART: B.S., M.A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute.
Physical Education, Driver Education, Science. Head Track Coach,
Freshmen Football Coach.
did prepares students to meet emergencies.
Mr, Larry Reeves MV' Bill RUPIS
Where academic subiects have strengthened
the students' knowledge, physical education
strengthens bodies and builds character. Sports-
manship may be instilled on the football field, on
the basketball court, on the baseball diamond, on
the track, and applied at any time, any place, or
in any situation. This trait is sometimes hard to
achieve and is always admired. Physical education
combined with mental training is not forgotten to-
day but becomes a part ot us as we continue into
our adult lives.
Mr. William L. Smith Mr. Buck Stewart
Members of the second period gym class watch Edward Dayton shoot
"I shot an arrow into the air . . . And down it came I know not where," say Julia Hoodemaker, Marilyn Denoux, Susan Johns, and Kay Adams.
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Miss Nina Harris
All District Chorus is only one of many events for which the Mixed Chorus
Kay Curry and Susan Martin strive to keep up with the brisk tempo
set by Mr. DiGiuIian.
MR. JOE W. CASKEY: BA., Louisiana Polytechnic Instituteg M.A.,
Vandercook College of Chicago. Instrumental Music. Concert Band,
Marching Band, Stage Band.
MR. ROGER DIGIULIAN: B.M., Stetson Universityg M.M., Louisiana
State University. Orchestra.
MISS NINA HARRIS: B.A., Newcomb College. Choral Music.
The Freshman-Sophomore Mixed Chorus, the
Girls' Ensemble, and the Junior-Senior Mixed Chor-
us, and Ensemble make up the choral groups.
Each year Miss Harris' students give a Christmas
Program. Special activities include interscholastic
competition and singing tor local business groups.
The band, vvhich contains T23 members, includes
the Cadet Ensemble and the Concert Band. One
drum maior and tvvo feature tvvirlers complete the
group. its members participate in marching, con-
cert, and sightreading contests, football games,
assemblies, parades, and concerts.
The fine arts vvould not be complete at Neville
vvithout the sott flowing melodies played expert-
ly by the orchestra. Mr. Roger DiGiulian has made
the orchestra something for Neville to be proud ot.
They participate in All State Orchestra, the Monroe
Youth Symphony, and programs for Neville assem-
blies and various civic clubs.
The Girls' Chorus rehearses diligen
Concert Master Lane Allen and Robert Christmas lead the First Violins
in a practice session.
tly to prepare for a performance at the Festival.
students master public speaking.
Mr. Jerry R. Lee
Gathering rriaterial for a proposed debate are Billy Walker, Dennis Venabla,
Jeff Turpin, and Tom Holden.
Penny Pugh refuses to concede to Elise Trimble's views on a contro-
versial issue. '
"If Peter Piper picked a peck of. . Speech
helps students to master any form of public speak-
ing, be it tongue twisters or debates. As the teach-
ers will testify, a very talkative group of people
attends Neville. Many of these "gabbers" have
developed a real skill in oration as a result of the
efforts of the Speech Department. These students
are gaining experience for future public speaking,
stage, and television appearances. Through the
year, oratory, dramatic readings, plays, and de-
bates have given speech students chances to
MR. JERRY R. LEE: B.A. Northeast Louisiana State College, M.A.,
Harding College, M.Ed., Northeast Louisiana State College. Speech
Social Studies, Student Council, Debate Club.
personnel help keep school running smoothly
PromoTing The primary duTies of The school is
The rnosT imporTanT duTy of The sTaTf including Mrs,
DoroThy Hodge, Mrs. Adell Worley, and Mr. EI-
berT Jones. Each of These people fulfills his duTies
so ThaT The school "machinery" runs smooThly.
MR, ELBERT JONES
MRS. DOROTHY HODGE
MRS. ADELL WORLEY
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student council sponsors fund-raising proiects
To raise money, Coach Ruple auctioned off Bill
The purpose of the Student Council is to pro-
mote better understanding among the adminis-
tration, the faculty, and the student body.
The Student Council has participated in many
activities to raise money for the Foreign Exchange
Student Program or, if this is not possible, for a
scholarship to be presented to an outstanding
Neville student. These activities included a talent
shovv, a powder-puff football game, a sale of pen
Council members eleced from iunior homerooms were from
left to right, seated: Margaret Miles, Janet Hood, Pat Halley,
Working enthusiastically to bring a foreign student to Neville were officers
from left to right, first row: Gene Galligan, Vice-President, Donna Porter, Secre-
tary, Becky Trimble, Chaplain, Margaret Miles, Reporter, Janet Hood, Historian,
second row: Charles Williams, President, J. Dodd Brooks, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Bob Rowan, Parliamentariang Bill Dunn, Treasurer.
and pencil sets, and the Student Council book-
store, Where paperpack books are sold.
One of the main projects of the Student Council
this year was to organize and publish a Student's
Handbook. This handbook contained all of the in-
formation important to students, such as rules and
regulations, customs, and information on the var-
ious organizations. A Student Council Workshop
-and a student assembly vvere held to help de-
Donna Spargo, standing: Charles Floyd, Charles Curry, Fred
Amman, Nelson Abell, Kenny Brazzel, Clyde White.
for foreign exchange student.
presenting the sophomore class were from left to right, first row:
'iny Heimgartner, David Stewart, Bonnie Bancroft, Mary Bass, Angie
unders, Cindy Zollinger, Paul Marx, second row: Jimmy Faucett, David
chstetler, Steve Searcy, Randy Branch, Doug Hickman.
terrnine what should go into certain sections of
the handbook, especially the section on student
Delegates frorn the Council were sent to the
Louisiana State Convention of Student Councils at
Thibodaux, and to the Southern Association of Stu-
dent Councils Convention held in Jacksonville
Non-officer senior representatives were from left to right: Mike
Pearson, Brenda Riddle, Susie McBride, Mickey Harper,
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Among the freshman chosen to represent that class were from
left to right: Georgiana Fink, Susan Williams, Hughes Abell, Jeff
Liner, Bill Caverlee.
Supporting proiects sponsored by other organization, council
President, Charles Williams, buys candy from FHA members,
Janet White, and Donna Lomax.
Performing a ballet number during The talent show was
sophomore Sarah Ann Barnett.
Drawing much applause during the performance for their
folk-singing were from left to right: Susan Kilpatrick,
Dorothy Culpepper, and Barbara Rea.
"Neville on Broadway" is smash hi
Members of the folk-singing Burgundy Four, who performed during
"Neville on Broadway", were from left to right: Johnny Hines, Mickey
Harper, Milne Kemp, and Ronnie Dana.
Completing a rousing number are Sandy Rowe, Margie Burkett, and Cindy
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Representing Tiger clubs and organizations on the Inter-Club Council were from left to right,
first row: Ashley Benton, Susie McBride, and Harriet Lowreyg second row: Gene Galligan, Bill
Dunn, and Rett Porter.
The Inter-club Council's purpose is the preven-
tion of conflicting meeting dates and overlapping
money-raising proiects among all Neville's clubs
and organizations. Each organization is represented
by its president or a special representative. En-
forcement of the quality point system is also a re-
sponsibility of the Inter-club Council. Though the
Inter-club Council was formed only in l964, it is
already very effective in achieving its purposes.
The officers of the Inter-club for this year were
Charles Williams, President, Dan Gilliland, Vice-
president, Cathy Sherman, Secretary, and Rett Por-
ter, quality point system coordinator.
Working to prevent conflicting club activities were from left to right,
first row: Mary Eve Beckett, Pat Pounders, second row: Danny Shaw,
Dennis Venable, and Charles Williams.
Tiger band's music enlivens pep
Tiger representatives in the All-State Band were from left to right: Dot Rambin, Chris Johnson,
Thad Mullins, Carole Overton, and Jerry Hammonds.
The Neville Symphonic Band included from left to right, first
row: Shelia Taylor, Barbara Kurtz, Linda Williams, Cheryl Bout-
well, Diane Woodruff, Connie Cronk, Kyle Gregory, Pam Glenn,
Carole Overton, Sandy Rowe, second row: Dottie Decelle, Lisa
Schonlau, Mary Jane Wiley, Mark Nolen, Suzanne Rowe, Lawrence
Hunnicutt, Jim Mears, Lawrence Pritchard, Amy Griffin, Terry
Oglithorpe, Jimmy Brooks, Phil Scharf, Peggy Windham, Cindy
Rowe, third row: Jerry Hammonds, Martha Krepper, Marilyn
Daigle, Mary Polk, Chris Johnson, Sherry Usery, Judy Garlington,
Philip Chapman, Jimmy Jernigen, David Barnes, Dickie Robinson,
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George Lastrapes, Clint Moncrief, Dot Rambin, Dan Gilliland,
Greg Powell, Eric Vogel, Jimmy Popham, Butch Thrift, Aaron
Polk, Judy Varnado, Charles Kitchingham, fourth row: Steve
Flannery, Delaine Hixson, Hope Little, Charles Dorman, Teresa
Shepherd, Claire Schonlau, Willard Kirste, Donnie Wiley, James
Whitlock, Jimmy Bright, Richard Hall, Thomas Dupree, Tracey
Humble, Joe Walker, Donnie Newcomeper, George Temple, fifth
row: Steve Laws, Gilbert Lee, Joe Kern, Vernon McCoy, Thad
Mullins, John Spurgeon, Danny Cole, Vernon Houston, Toni Al-
bright, Barbara Boutwell, Chuck Cain, Freddie Cale.
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The 1964-1965 Neville High School Marching Band.
The Neville High School Symphonic Band, an
organization founded by Clint Walker in 1929,
is a vital factor in the furtherance of school spirit,
an element of greatest pride to the student body.
After the preschool drill held during the month
of August, the band members are ready to partici-
pate in the pep assemblies, football games, pa-
rades, and various other activities throughout the
year. The members, representing all classes, must
meet high standards of performance before being
chosen to become a part of the organization.
DRUM MAJORETTE-Linda Williams
Executive members include from left to right: Dan Gilliland, Captain, Martha
Krepper, Dean of Women, Thad Mullins, Lieutenant, Dot Rambin, Lieutenant.
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The responsibility of keeping up with
band uniforms fell to Mary Polk.
The three programs open to all students are the
beginning, intermediate, and advanced studies
supplemented by the iazz ensemble, which per-
forms for civic groups and school functions. ln
each program the students develop musicianship,
citizenship, and character of the individual in an
organization ot vast educational opportunity.
Members of the Property Crew were from left to right, first row
Freddy Calep Richard Hallp Vernon Houston, Sergeant, Gilbert Lee
Danny Coleg and Joe Kern.
Rowe, Sandy Rowe.
Preparing to become members of the symphonic and marching
band were from left to right, first row: Karen McKinley, Linda
Correro, Valerie Fike, Lisa Bunn, Harriet Wadleyg Second row:
Debbie Farmar, Debbie Holden, Kitty Holmes, Bob Bewick, Marc
Librarians for the 1965 Tiger Band were from left to right: Peggy Windham, Phil Scharf, Cindy
Swayze, Walker Glenn, third row: Jimmy' Varnaclo, Larry Had-
dox, John Davis, Albert Thomas, Billy Cole, Jay Tarver, Gary
Strickland, fourth row: Lewis Fister, Ricky Fisher, Freddy Koz-
lasky, Gary Shields, Vincent Sampognaro, Dan McRae,
Tigerettes participate in March of
Leading the squad which supports the Tiger athletic teams were
from left to right, first row: Bonnie Baldo, Senior Alternate Com-
mander, Susie McBride, President, Brenda George and Elaine
Hanna, Company Commanders, Donna Spargo, Junior Commander,
second row: Ann Murphy, Secretary, Kay Joyce, Vice-President,
Mr. Hixon, sponsor, Sarah Cascio, Junior Alternate Commander,
Cathy Sherman, Treasurer.
The Tigerettes carry a big part of that Tiger spirit
as Neville's pep squad and precision drill team.
The organization performs at football games and
parades and assists with charity drives and school
functions. Under the leadership of Mr. Benny
Hixon, director, and Mrs. Linda Chase, sponsor,
the Tigerettes sell birthday calendars and candy
each year in order to finance their many projects.
Approximately two hundred Neville girls belong
to the organization.
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Organization and efficiency are the qualities required of the highest
Tigerette offices. Filling these qualifications were from left to right: Brenda
Carso, Senior Commander, Susie McBride, President, Bonnie Baldo, Senior
Members of the Tigerettes were from left to right, officers:
Ann Murphy, Secretary, Brenda George, Company Commander,
Kathy Sherman, Treasurer, Donna Spargo, Junior Commander,
Kay Joyce, Vice-President, Sarah Cascio, Junior Alternate Com-
mander, first row: Brenda Crow, Jo Anne Patterson, Gale
Domingues, Judy Bruce, Judy Branch, Renee Breard, Harriet
Lowery, Donna Lomax, Kathryn Glasgow, Mary Reynolds, Susan
Wilder, second row: Sunnye Gulley, Karen Bunn, Sheryle
Hendricks, Connie Polson, Donna Porter, Susan Cochran,
Mary Eve Beckett, Paula Meek, Linda Moore, Lynne Allen,
Terry Campbell, Donna Reed, Margaret Rea, Jean Carter,
Barbara West, Beverly Braud, Connie Wilder, third row:
Delane Ruddick, Mary Lou Reliac, Diana Dillingham, Mimi
Williamson, Pam Richardson, Mickey McWilliams, Dottie Kip-
er, Nancy Hammons, Mary Price, Betsy Taylor, Mary Lynn
Rogers, Deborah Beaver, Barbara Fleischaker, Nancy Pounds,
Rebecca Hull, Cynthia Williams, Janet Brown, fourth row: Susie
Hines, Dana Tucker, Sissy Kotz, Mary Tom Keller, Mary Myatt,
Margaret Miles, Pat Halley, Wanda Phillips, Sharon Masur, Benita
Williams, Linda Porter, Linda Kay Willard, Rita Dillingham, San-
Leading hand motions which looked sharp from the oppo-
site stands were Sarah Cascio and Donna Spargo.
dra Hudson, Susan Allen, Sandra Seale, Kitty Vaughan, fifth
row: Lil Shaw, Ava Wright, Susan Farr, Sharon West, Mary Myatt,
Roselyn Deily, Cindy McDonough, Rita Richardson, Carol Covington,
Unidentifiable, Jean Tolar, Vicki Clark, Ann Brinson, Liz Folds,
Teresa Bee, Linda Mantrozes, Donna King, sixth row: Kathy
Parrish, Delores Phillips, Joan Gilchrest, Pat Halley, Joan Harris,
Rande Herrell, Unidentifiable, Unidentifiable, Andrea Cespiva, San-
dra Adams, Kay Ottnot, Karen Link, Marsha Hilton, Mary Ann At-
kinson, Dorothy Culpepper, Sherry Shelton, seventh row: Georgi-
ana Fink, Jennifer Frazier, Sarah Waldroupe, Jennie Robinson,
Sharon Marcovitz, Terri McDonough, Ann Southwell, Betty Plair,
Evaline Jones, Mary Vaughn, Susan Westbrook, Kaki Stone,
Margaret Denoux, Susan Willey, Kay Curry, eighth row: Virginia
Allen, Susan Lary, Mary Ann Eason, Virginia Harkey, Linda
Dixon, Susan Williams, Linda Minninger, Myla Lance, Lynn
Smith, Nancy Locker, Mary Bass, Susan Stone, Camella Sampog-
naro, Peggy Dawson, Marilyn Maxwell, Carol Cooper, ninth
row: Janet Hood, Carol Ullman, Sherry Dickenhorst, Kay Kilgore,
Kay Odom, Unidentifiable, Mary Ann Eason, Diane Boyd, Uni-
dentifiable, Unidentifiable, Bette Benton, Carolyn Cascio, Judy
Jacobs, Unidentifiable, Roberta Cobb, Kathy Mouk, and Diana
Key Club sponsors campus wide
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Elected to lead the Key Club were officers from left to right: Mickey
Harper, Treasurer, Bob Rowan, President, Dennis Venable, Vice-President,
second row: David Stanhope, Chaplain, Walter Dunn, Junior Board Member,
Robert McSherry, Sergeant-at-Arms, Bill Dunn, Senior Board Member.
Service is The vvord in describing The Key Club.
Under The sponsorship of Mr. Cascio, club mem-
bers have participatecl in many school and com-
Participating in March of Dimes Campaign were from left mully acllvlllesf among Wlllcll are llle Selling Ol:
to right, first row: Charles Floyd, Tom Brown, second rovv:
David Stewart, Bob Smith, Mike Kilcoyne, third row: Andy
Marsala, Bobby Robinson, Danny Shaw.
Aiding the Girls' Physical Education Department in buying archery equipment was a Key Club
project. Enjoying the new sport were from left to right: Mary Tom Keller, Vicki Hallmark, Janet
White, Alice Pankey.
Seeing Key Clubbers ushering and selling programs is not unusual during
football season. With President Bob Rowan, who seems busier looking at
programs than selling them, were from left to right: Nelson Abell, Fred
Rivet, Mickey Harper, and Bill Garfield.
fooiball programs, The announcing of local events
on The illuminated sign, and The placing of litter
barrels around The school campus.
Among members of one of the most active groups at Neville
were from left to right, First row: Billy Walker, Mike Pearson,
Gene Galligan, Brenda Riddle, Sweetheart, second row: Joe
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Goyne, Doug Hickman, David Hochstetler, Kenny Brazzel, Charles
Williams, third row: Clyde White, Jay Biedenharn, Fred Amman,
Doug Cookston, Billy Haddad, Johnny Clay, Bill Garfield.
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Lettermen purchase " " Club parkas.
Lettermen officers were, from left to right: J. Dodd Brooks, Vice-
President, Danny Shaw, President, Bill Dunn, Secretary, Ronnie
Lettermen who helped with Good Fellows' Drive were, from left
to right, first row: Bob Rowan, Tom Coats, Mike Pearson, Larry
Sheffield, Jimmy O'Neil, Ronnie Davidson, Tom Brown, second
row: Kenny Cobb, Vernon Houston, Steve Gilchrest, Gene Galli-
gan, Mike Boyett, Johnny Clay, Ronnie Clark, Bobby Robinson:
Welcoming lettermen to club meetings is fresh-.
ly paintecl Neville Tiger.
Composed of lettermen of all sports, the Letter-
men's Club helps the Goodfellows during their
Christmas charity drive, sponsors the football ban-
quet, and works at the basketball concessions.
third row: MontyfMoncrief, Charles Williams, Hank Taylor, Billy
Walker, David Baker, Ken Brazzel, David Hochstetler, fourth row:
Dann-y Shaw, Scott Stewart, Ronnie Dana, Dennis Venable, Scotty
O'Neil, Jimmy Greenlee, Mike Kilcoyne, Mike Mullens.
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Concert master Vice-President Secretary
Officers serving for the 1964-65 orchestra were
Lane Allen, Concert Master and President, Phyllis
Middleton, Vice-President, Susan Kilpatrick, Secre-
tary. Orchestra members who participated in All-
State activities for the Louisiana Teachers' Conven-
tion were Lane Allen, Robert Christmas, Susan
Kilpatrick, Ryan Rogers, Donna Duttey, Doug Hick-
man, Melanie Stuart, Maryanne Hayes, Kay Odom,
Judy Johnson, Pat Hally, Leigh Russell, Martha
Allen, Jane Allen, David Stanhope, Will Reardon,
Freddy Coon, Mickey Harper, Jett Stone, Charles
Johnson, Jackie Gilmore, Billy Bryan, Kay Curry,
Sharon Fox, True Guerriero, Frank Harmon, Kathy
Parrish, Elizabeth Poole, Cheryl Robinson, Wayne
Neville sent thirty of the All-state orchestra members which performed for the Louisiana Teachers' Convention
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A few weeks before the deadline everyone seemed happy: Julie
Amman, Susan Stone, Clif Pearce.
ln charge of indexing the many names were Frederick Lutz and
The l965 Monroyan, distributed to 1000 mem-
bers of the student body, was the result of many
hours spent by the annual staff. Four deadlines
were faced and met during the year through the
co-operation of faculty members and students. Each
year a dedicated staff works to make its edition
better than any previous one. In preparations for
Typing the class section proved to be a chore for Donna Spargo
and Carol Ullman.
Taking, developing, and printing the mounds of pictures
were George McCarty and Charles Kitchingham.
makes plans to attend publications worksho
The only senior member of the dark-
room staff was Gary Willis.
annual work, staff members attend a workshop
usually held on the campus of NLSC. Through
group meetings with students from other schools
and the opportunity to see displays of award-
winning annuals, the staff gains ideas to be put
to use in the Neville yearbook.
Supervising the work of staff members David Burkett and Teresa Langley was
co-editor Mickey Harper.
publications department prints program:
Working at the press is Kay Kilgore.
"Printing is their most important business."
Whether it's printing school stationary or a foot-
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ing is Shelta Taylor.
ot Mr. Turner turns out professional work. The cle-
partment does its own layout work, shoots the
negatives, prints, and then cuts the finished pro-
Helping to fold programs for the Latin Club are from left to
right: Donna Porter, Terry Campbell, and Jean Carter.
Mac Ray has a pressing engagement.
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Preparing a letter is typist Susan Cochran.
ducts. Printed materials furnished by the staff
include report cards, office cards, programs for
such activities as band concerts, football programs,
slogan stickers, and tickets for various perform-
Billy Walker stacks folders.
Cutting paper is Jerry Liles
Glenda Smith types a master sheet of a letter.
FHA models latest fashion styles for
Members who attended parish meetings were from left to right, first
row: Jeanie Wagley, Mary Ellen Polen, Gayle Tippit, Nancy Armstrong,
second row: Alice Duchesne, Sherry Read, Vicki Cox, Carol Huffman,
Linda Chappell, Rande Herrell, Toni Pace, Georgianna Fink, Jennifer
Jackson, third row: Margaret Horton, Sandy Dotson, Linda Greene,
Lana Davis, Marsha Burdine, Nell Martien, Debby Harrison.
Among the FHA members attending the initiation ceremonies
were from left to right, first row: Linda Massey, Ann Hanks,
Paula Meek, Annette Burt, Mary Eve Beckett, Camille Carso,
Marilyn Denoux, second row: Cindy Rowe, Pat Halley, Theda
Hakim, Suzette Lindsey, Betty Tillery, Donna Wene, Linda Thomp-
Starting off the year with a bang, FHA held a
workshop in June of the past summer for all of-
ficers. Working diligently, the officers organized
the program of work and calendar of events for
the 1964-1965 year. As the next two months
passed the club entered school and began work.
The first meeting was a success with 65 members
attending. In October the members boarded buses
and took a trip to Ouachita Parish High School to
the annual parish meeting. Ginny Stark, acting
Parish Secretary, and Jane Wilkerson, acting Parish
Reporter, went out of office and Donna Wene was
installed as Parish Vice President. ln November
Susan Parsons, Ginny Stark, Donna Porter, Cindy
McDonough, Donna Lomax, and Mary Eve Beckett
attended the State FHA Convention in Shreveport.
A charity project was conducted and toys were
taken to the Charity Hospital. In December the
club celebrated Christmas with a party and held
the annual Style Show Assembly. The FHA con-
ducted a cookbook sale with good profits.
son, Ashley Benton, Elaine Hanna, Mary Alice Pankey, third row:
Judy Addison, Margaret Miles, Barbara Smith, Mary Scruggs,
Barbara Parker, Ann Hathaway, Nancy Pounds, Harriet Lowery,
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"Sew 'em Up" was the theme of the Future Homemakers of
America's float in the Homecoming Parade.
Officers installed for the 1964-65 school year were from left to
right: Jane Wilkerson, Historian, Donna Lomax, Treasurer, Donna
Porter, Vice'President, Ginny Stark, President, Cindy McDonough,
Among those initiated into the F.H.A. were from left to right, first
row: Delaine Hixon, Jennifer Davis, Ann Southwell, Susan Laryp
second row: Carol Covington, Rita Richardson, Mary Ann Eason, Robin
Larkin, Susan Westbrook, Betty Plair, Judy Howard, Donna Mantrozos,
third rowg- Bertha Dupree, Gwen McPhail, Joan Harris, Kay Otnott,
Sarah Ann Barnett, Janet Brueck, Janet Stevenson.
Secretary, Sally Hover, Parliamentarian, Patsy Quarles, Reporterg
Diane Gray, Song Leader.
representatives to Red Cross oncl Safety Council
Leading the club in many worthwhile proiects were from left to right: Donna Lomax,
Parish President, Jane Allen, Program Chairman, Harriet Lowrey, President, Janet
Kulinski, Secretary, Janet Brown, Vice-President, and Donnie Wiley, Treasurer.
The American High School Red Cross was initi-
ated at the request of leading educators in l9l7.
lts purpose is to enable students, through their
Officers, Janet Brown and Harriet Lowrey, were l'9QUl6I' school pI'OgI'BtT1, to participate in COmVT1Url-
featured in the ClUb'S entry in the Homecoming ity services. High School Red Cross is open to every-
Pafadef "H"SP'fa"Ze 'he Beafws- one. The main project for the Neville Council this
year was selling mums for Homecoming to make
money for a "sick room" at the school.
Selling mums at Homecoming were members, from left to right, Ann Eason, Mifiha Fitch, Maflanne Waikeff CBndY Cain! ihlfd
first row: Betsy Taylor, Janet Kulinski, Cindy McDonough, Sandy row: Deno Kokinos, Jeff Stone, Jackie Rosenberg, Mefiivn De-
Rowe, Barbara Boutwell, Sharon Jones, second row: Linda NOUXI Greg Powell, Erie Vogel, Mike MUlle'n5-
Weeks, Linda Porter, Terry McDonough, Carol Covington, Mary
elected from homerooms
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Rett Porter, Melinda Mabray, and Jo Ann Patterson issued parking
Safety Council car for the Homecoming parade said, "Beware
Helping to promote school safety were from left to right, first Snively, Linda Wright, Susan Kilpatrick, Carol Covington, Barbara
row: Suzanne Keller, Vicki Hallmark, Marilyn Denoux, Jennifer Parker, Susan Cochran, third row: Lee Vanderpool, Richard En-
Davis, Mary Ann Eason, Susan Stone, Bonnie Doles, Kathy Coon, sminger, Aaron Polk, Don Smith, Glenn Burns, Billy Lockhart,
second row: Linda Weeks, Jenny Jackson, Suzanne Mayo, Tesa Charles Wallace, Frederick Lutz.
s ience club sponsors sole of "tiger tails."
Assisting in sales of Tiger Tails were members from left to right, first row: Martha Easley, Margie
Burkett Linda Coates Dawn Collier Elise Trimble Mr Kulcke sponsor, second row, Scotty Reis, Scott
As a money-making proiect the Science Club
introduced the tad called "Tiger Tails" to the stu-
dent body, no one could deny that the idea was
an overwhelming success. In addition, the club
made student directories available. With the funds
raised from these proiects, the members made
plans tor field trips to Poverty Point and Houston,
Selling student directories was also a proiect of members from left to right
Louis Masur, Heath Allen, Allen Bealle, Johnny Ellen, Fred Rivet, Dennis Venable
and Ken Braley.
French Club plans trip
Conducting meetings which are always held in French were from
left to right, first row: Mary Eve Beckett, President, Sally Hover,
Treasurer, second row: Kay Kilgore, Program Chairman, Sherry
Dickenhorst, Secretary, Tommy Usrey, President.
The Neville French Club is organized to further the interest
and understanding of those students interested in the history,
language, and literature of France. ln the monthly meetings,
carried on in French, the members not only enioy getting to-
gether with students sharing their interests, but also learn a
great deal about the French people and customs through various
films and speakers. The highlight of the year for French Club
members is the trip to a French section of our state. Last year
they toured the historic, romantic, and exciting city of "La
Nouvelle Orleans" and visited old homes on either side of the
clown Bayou LciFourche
A French chef serves a tasty dish of Ruston Bearcat during Home-
Among the members looking forward to the proposed trip through
South Louisiana were from left to right, first row: Suzanne Kel-
ler, Kay Kilgore, Marie Guillot, Candy Barringer, second row:
Carol Ullman, Teresa Langley, Jimmy Rogers, Charles Walker,
Nancy Pounds, third row: Betsy Taylor, James Mears, Roy Bul-
loch, Avalie Boudreaux, Sherry Dickenhorst, Sandra Seale, Liz
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Latin Club hosts spring state JCL
The purpose of the Neville Latin Club, under
the sponsorship of Mrs. C. R. Crawley and Mr.
Guy Popham, is to increase interest in foreign
languages, classics, and ancient Roman history.
The members are very active in school and social
In November the club presented an assembly
at which Dr. T. R. James, Professor of English
at NLSC, vvas the guest speaker. In December,
they had a Christmas party, and in January the
officers appeared on School Highlights. In March,
Latin Week was observed. Various activities, such
as a Latin Club banquet and an Olympic track
meet, were held.
The highlight of the Latin Club was its sponsor-
ing of the annual State JCL Convention, A host of
Neville Club members greeted 600 Latin students
The roster of Latin scholars included from left to right, first row:
Cindy Zollinger, Susan Martin, Jackie Gilmore, second rovv: John
Overton, Susan Stone, Steve Flannary, third row: David Hochstetlcr,
Arthur Liles, Angie Poundersg fourth row: Susan Kilpatrick, Paul
Marx, David Stanhope, Tom Ernst.
HOSTIHQ 6 state convention meant attention to dSTailS fOT fT1SmlOGI'S third row: Mary Louise l-lunnicutt, Charles Dorman, Rebecca Hull,
from left to right, first row: Barbara Kurtz, Dottie Kiper, Marsha fourth raw: Chris Jghngon, Ann Murphy, Linda Moore, fifth
Hilton, second row: Gay Gannaway, Dee Strickland, Susan Farr, row: Doug Hickman, Kay Odgm,
Dressed in Roman costumes, officers installed during the first
meeting of the school year included from left to right, first row:
Susan Kilpatrick, secretary, Pat Halley, chaplain, Mary Tom Keller,
program chairman, second row: Paula Meek, reporter, Teresa
Langley, parliamentarian, Sally Breard, historian, Margaret Miles,
treasurer, third row: Will Reardon, vicegpresident, David Stan-
hope, president, Bill Garfield, public relations, Doug Hickman,
Among the members attending a meeting where plans were
made for hosting the spring JCL Convention were from left
to right, first row: Bill Garfield, Mary Tom Keller, Margie Burkett,
second row: Margaret Miles, Teresa Langley, Pat Halley, third
introducing Dr. James, head of the Department of Languages, NLSC,
as guest speaker during the club's annual assembly, is President David
row: Susie Hines, Paula Meek, Denise Duncan, fourth row: David
Chennault, Frederick Lutz, Carol Hargus, fifth row: Will Reardon,
Tommy White, Bob Smith, sixth row: Sally Breard, Robert Christ-
mas, Andy Marsala.
y-Teens host Valentine tea for
Hi-Y Members were from left to right, first rovv: Larry Collier
George Adams, Mike Lancaster, second row: John Spurgeon
Chuck Cain, Jimmy Brooks, third row: Mr. Kulcke, Sponsor.
Y-Teen Officers were from left to right,
Persident, standing: Peggy Gates, 2nd
"Our iob is to be our best, to bring out the
best in others, and so make a better world."
CNevvtonD This is the motto by which all Y-Teens
try to better their lives. As part of its yearly pro-
gram, the Neville Y-Teens sponsor "a thought for
the week" every Monday during the school year,
a Valentines tea for the teachers, and service proi-
ects to aid the community. Members of the club
also participate in programs planned according to
their interests, devotionals, social events, planned
by the girls, and the building ot a homecoming
seated: Katherine Glasgow, Vice-President, Pat Pounders,
Vice-Presidentg Annette Burt, Secretary, Lynn Hamner,
Freshman and Sophomore members of the Y-Teens included from left to right: Susan Kilpatrick,
Kathy Calhoun, Alphia Bartlett, Diana Mickel, Connie Cronk, Linda Stewart.
Junior and Senior members of the Y-Teens included from left
to right, seated: Olivia Baw, Ann Craft, Jane Hendricks, Mary
Alice Pankey, Ashley Benton, Marylin Goldman, Sarah Lee, stand-
ing: Patsy Kozlosky, Sheryle Hendricks, Sandra Greenwood, Robin
Wadley, Theda Hakim, Barbara Walpole, Connie Marshall, Donna
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Members of the Freshman-Sophomore Mixed Chorus are from
left to right, First row: Carol Huffman, Floye Mathis, Rande
Herrell, James Masters, Mike Richie, Joe Aycock, Sallie Sudduth,
Betsy Taylor, Jenny Frazer, accompanist, second row: Glenda
Representing Neville at All-State Chorus were Cindy and
Sandy Rowe and Kent Dean.
Smith, Sarah Waldroupe, Debra Beaver, Monty Lockhart, Neal
Robinson, Doug Brown, Mary Ellen Polen, Jeannie Wagley, Kathy
Calhoun, Shirley Maddux, Kath" Heard, Carolyn McConathy.
Students from the freshman and sophomore classes
made up the first period mixed chorus. Officers of
this group were Sallie Suddith, President, Debra Beav-
er, Vice-President, Betsy Taylor, Secretary-Treasurer,
Shirley Maddux, Publicity Chairman, Floye Mathis and
Neal Robinson, Wardrobe Chairmen, Jenny Frazer,
Members of the Girls' Ensemble were selected from
many who auditioned last spring. They were chosen
for their musical ability.
Officers of the newly formed Ensemble were from left to right, first row:
Cindy Rowe, Secretary-Treasurer, Margie Burkett, Vice-President, Benita
Williams, Librarian, second row: Scotty Campbell, Wardrobe chairman,
Peggy Windham, Accompanist and Public Relations Chairman.
district music workshop.
Members of the Girls' Chorus were from left to right, first row: Janet
Brown, Kathryn Ferguson, Marianne Salsbury, Mary Sherman, Linda Thomp-
son, Margaret Hunnicut, second row: Theda Hakim, Carolyn Anspach, Candy,
Barringer, Nancy Pounds, Linda Massey, Kyle Gregory, Sue Spight, third
row: Mimi Williams, Leigh Boudreaux, Kathrine Glasgow, Lynn Hamner,
Carol Brandt, Ann Hathaway, Mary Scruggs.
The NHS Ensemble, a newly organized choral
group, has been very active, performing for var-
ious clubs and the student body. Continuing their
busy schedule, the choir hosted All-District Choir,
participated in numerous festivals, and entertained
Twin City organizations. Three members of the
choir, composed of talented juniors and seniors,
attended the activities of the All-State Chorus in
Preparing for the district music festival were members of The
Mixed Ensemble from left to right, first row: Suzanne Keller,
Susan Ellinton, Margie Burkett, Peggy Windham, Cindy Rowe,
second row: Charles Walker, Harriett Adams, Betty Hodges,
Members of the Girl's Ensemble preparing for chorus festival
were from left to right, Nancy Pounds, Candy Barringer,
Leigh Boudreaux, Carol Brandt, Kyle Gergory, Sue Spight,
Lynn Hamner, and accompanist Marianne Salisbury
Susan Wilder, Bentia Williams, Sandy Rowe, Charles Casicog
third row: Ted Stanley, Mac Marsh, J, Dodd Brooks, Danny Shaw,
Scotty Campbell Tommy Ware.
Debate Club presents "ls Your Halo on Straight."
Attending speech festivals atDNortheast and Southwestern were Gena Galligan, Jeanie Brice, Jamie Mafiien, Marilyn Denoux, Larry
Debate Club members, from ieft to right: Mr. Lee, Scotty Reis, White, David Burkett, Kathy Bird, and Stephen Moncla.
Stage crew members flashing the lights during "pep" assemblies
were Tom Ernst and Tommy White.
onsible for pulling the curtains at the right time were stage
members Mike Lancaster and Max Maxwell.
Tigers attend Pelican State.
Meeting with girls from all over the state at LSU were from left to
right: Lynn Haddad, Camille Carso, and Elaine Hanna.
Every summer, high school boys and girls from
all over Louisiana gather in order to learn, Through
experience, the various functions of government.
Through practicing the duties ofthe office to which
they are elected, students prepare themselves for
their roles as future citizens.
Among the boys from the student body attending Boys' State
were from left to right: John Salisbury, Mickey Harper, Bill Dunn,
Participating in mock elections were Susie McBride and Becky
and Al McDuff.
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His interest and ability in the social studies earned for Mike Pearson
a place in Who's Who.
Nominated by the Industrial Arts department, especially for his
achievement in mechanical drawing, was,Ronnie Dana.
to Who's Who.
Advanced Mathematics student Susie McBride was selected to
represent that department.
ln every graduating class there are students
deserving of recognition for their outstanding
achievement in each area of the school's curricu-
lum, The faculty of each department must choose
the student to be honored in Who's Who on the
basis of academic vvork, interest, attitude, and
For his success in the study of business subiects David Correro
was chosen to Who's Who by the faculty
An all-state chorus member, Kent Dean, was chosen
to represent the Choral Music Department.
willingness to do more than the minimum required
Talent and skill won for Linda Breard the title of Who's Who in Art
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Members of all-state musical groups, Lane Allen and Thad Mul-
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Chosen the most outstanding student in the study of English
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Earning recognition by the Speech Department was Billy
Nominated by the French Department was Susan Johns.
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1964 SEASON RESULTS
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Surprising Triple-A Teams in 1964 were from left to right, first
row: David Chennault, Lee Burford, Ty Turner, David Stewart,
David Hochstetler, Tom Coats, Doug Hickman, Fred Amman,
Doug Cookston, and Dale Youngg second row: Mike Boyett,
desire, pride, ctncl teamwork.
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Making movies of the Tigers' games is Mr. H. J. Cassanova.
Perhaps the unsung heroes of many a football game are the student
trainers and managers who are from left to right: Danny Shaw, Mike
Mullens, and Bill Causey.
Leading the Tiger teams to a 7951 rating during their initial AAA Buck Stewart, Freshman Football and Track Coachg Sonny Smith,
season were from left to right: Bill Ruple, Athletic Directory B-Team Coachg and Larry Reeves, Baseball and Freshman Basket-
Charlie Brovvn, Head Coachg Chick Childress, Defensive Coachg ball Coach.
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tigers overwhelm bulldogs
DENNIS VENABLE HANK TAYLOR ROBERT MCSHERRY
End End Fullback
ln Their TirsT game of The T964 season, The
Tigers sTomped The Ferriday Bulldogs 40-6. Al-
Though The Bulldogs surprised Neville wiTh a
Touchdown on The TirsT play Trom scrimmage, iT
didn'T seem To boTher The Tigers, This opening
game was non-conference, buT iT marked Neville's
enTry inTo AAA compeTiTion. Bobby Robinson
sTarTed TIE Tiger oTTensive show wiTh a 47-yard
Touchdown Tollowed by oTher scores by Dennis
Venable, Fred Amman, RoberT McSherry, Dale
Young, and Tom'CoaTs. On The line Ronnie DelVloss
and Mike Pearson Turned in fine performances
along wiTh Dale Young's key blocks in The back
Quarterback Kenny Cobb oufmaneuvers would-be blockers as Tom CoaTs moves in,
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In Their first AAA conference game, The Tigers
upseT The BasTrop Rams 27-O. Neville goT off To
a good sTarT vviTh a Touchdown in only five plays
vviTh Dale Young going over Tor The score. The
Tigers scored again laTe in The firsT quarTer on a
run by Kenny Cobb. in The Third quarTer neiTher
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RoberT McSherry came Through vviTh a fine 75
yard run. In The middle of The TourTh quarTer Doug
CoodsTon piloTed The Tigers in a nine play drive
from Their ovvn 20 yard-line, ending in a Touch-
down run by Fred Amman. Later in The quarTer
Amman scored againi NlonTy Moncrief Toed 2
PAT's during The game.
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Desire wins for tigers over larger Fair Park and
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In an inciporTanT conference game, The Tigers ball much of The Time, scoring Two Touchdovvns,
foughT off a Tough Fair Park offense To chalk up buf Robinson scored again and MonTy Moncrief
a 29-14 vicTory. In The firsT half The fierce Neville kicked a 32 yard field goal. Mike Pearson was
defense held The Indians To only 9 yards ToTal of- oUTsTanding in The Tiger defense vviTh i0 Tackles,
fense, While Kenny Cobb, Bobby Robinson, and followed by STeve GilchrisT vvifh 8 and Ronnie
Dale Young piled up a good lead of 19-O. De Moss vviTh 7.
During The second half Fair Park conTrolled The
Tackled iusT before making a Try for a pass is Bobby Robinson.
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The Tigers romped over Their old-Time rival
Jonesboro-Hodge Tor Their TourTh sTraighT win of
The season. ATTer boTh Teams were held scoreless
in The TirsT quarTer, The Tigers rolled for Two Touch-
downs in The second period, Taking a 14-O lead
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Roberf McSherry goes for The necessary inches.
half kick-off, The Tigers wenT on To boosT Their
lead To 20-O aT The end of The Third quarTer. How-
ever, in The lasT period,'The deTermined Jonesboro
Team Taclcecl up Two scores, buT The Tigers wer1T on
To win 27-13.
EDDIE ALLEN BOBBY ROBINSON SCOTT STEWART
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tigers defeat two teams nicknamed
RONNlE DANA LARRY SHEFFIELD MIKE Kll-COYNE
Tackle End End
Neville's T964 homecoming Turned out To be
a real baTTle in which The Tigers came ouT on
Top by a score of lil-7. RusTon received The open-
ing kickoff buT vvas forced To kick afTer failing To
pick up a firsT dovvn. On second dovvn Larry Shef-
field snared a Kenny Cobb pass ThaT covered 44
yards and seT The Tigers up in scoring posiTion on
The Rusion ll. Several plays laTer RoberT Mc-
Sherry scored from The l. AfTer RusTon vvas again
forced To punT, The Tigers pounded dovvn To
The BearcaT l, vvhere RusTon recovered a
David Hochstetler and Robert NlcSherry move in To help finish off
fumble and ended The drive, buT Fred Am-
man recovered a Ruslon fumble on The nexT
play. Ronnie Clark broke around righT end To score
from The TO. BoTh of Monty lVloncrief's kicks dur-
ing The game vvere good. BuT RusTon bounced back
vviTh Their only score of The nighT minuTes later.
ln The second half a,Tough Tiger defense led by
Charles Williams and Ronnie Delilloss, along vviTh
ouTsTanding plays by Fred Amman and lVlcSherry,
conTained The BearcaTs.
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players: Robert McSherry, Ronnie Clark, and Billy Walker.
The Tigers boosted their winning streak to six
straight victories with a T41-6 decision over the
Bossier City Bearcats. After a scoreless first half,
in which neither team posed a serious threat, ex-
cept for Fred Arnman's nullified touchdown scam-
per, Robert lVlcSherry led a 67 yard scoring drive
at the beginning of the third quarter. Later in the
third quarter Bossier put together their only scor-
ing drive of the garne rolling A8 yards in T3 plays.
However, the point after was blocked by Bobby
Robinson and the Tigers led 7-6. Later in the fourth
quarter Kenny Cobb hit Dennis Venable with a
touchdown pass frorn the 6. McSherry was out-
standing the whole night, leading the Tigers in
yardage and tackles.
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DAVID STEWART MONTY MONCRIEF DAVlD HOCHSTETLER
Guard Fullback Halfback
The Tigers lost their first game of the V964 Yellow Jackets, who seemed to get all of the
season to the Byrd Yellow Jackets. The Jackets breaks at just the right time, led 7lO The Tiger
won by two touchdowns, taking advantage of a linemen played a good game, but they were out
Neville tumble and several penalties. At the halt weight by a large margin.
Neville trailed by only two first downs, but the
Turning on the famous Tiger speed are Robert McSherry and Mike Pearson.
Noted for its defense, the Tigers stop another run for little gain.
Shreveport proved to be a iinx to the Tigers for
the second straight week as they lost to the
Woodlawn Knights, 28-14. ln the first quarter
Robert lVlcSherry strated things off for the Tigers
with a one yard scoring run, so that the Tigers led
7-O at the end of the first quarter. However, in
the second quarter the Knights bounced back with
All-District Robert McSherry moves for necessary yardage.
two scores to take over the lead. ln the second half
the Knights added two more scores while the
Tigers tacked up only one. Neville's last score was
set up by a 34-yard pass from Kenny Cobb to
Hank Taylor. Monty Nloncrief kicked two extra
points during the game.
MIKE BOYETT STEVE GlLCHRlST SKIPPER RILEY
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Scoring in every guarTer of The game, The Tigers
rambled To a 417-13 decision over The OuachiTa
Lions. The scoring began early in The firsT quarTer
when Mike Pearson and Joe Rosenburg blocked
a Lion punT on Their ovvn T8 and Pearson grabbed
The ball and sTepped inTo The end zone. However,
OuachiTa quickly Tied The score. AT The end of The
second quarTer The Tigers held a comTorTable 28-7
lead vviTh Doug CooksTon, Kenny Cobb, and Larry
Sheffield scoring. ATTer receiving The kick, and
Fred Amman defends against an approaching forward pass.
keeping The ball only Three plays Trom The begin-
ning oT The second half, OuachiTa Tumbled and
The Tigers began a nine play drive vvhich ended in
RoberT lVlcSherry's scoring aTTer which Moncrief
kicked his TourTh PAT of The nighT. ATTer OuachiTa
surprised The Tigers vviTh anoTher score, Bobby Rob-
inson pulled dovvn a 47-yard pass from Kenny
Cobb Tor anoTher Neville score. A 29-yard run
by Tim Allen ended The Tigers scoring for The
nighT vviTh TradiTional vvin over OuachiTa.
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ATTer a long baTTle vviTh Their cross-Town rivals,
The Tigers dovvned The VVesT Monroe Rebels 20-7
in Their Tinal game of The year. The Rebels vvenT
ahead 7-O early in The game, buT The Tigers Tied
iT up aTTer an inTercepTion by RoberT McSherry.
The Third qUarTer was mosTly an exchange of
Billy Walker and Mike Pearson managed To be in on many de
bums, buT in The lasT quarTer Things began To
happen. The Tigers puT TogeTher Tvvo scoring drives
climaxed by Bobby Robinson's runs. During The
game Robinson gained QT yards and capTured The
Twin CiTy rushing crown Tor The T964 season.
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berg. Other Tiger Frosh in on the play are Frank Hewitt and George
Members of the Junior Varsity squad were from left to right,
first row: Henry Florsheim, Randy Branch, Mickey Osborne, Pat
Mabray, Keith Moncrief, Pat Dayton, Ricky Packer, Claude Hilton,
Brown, second row:
Buddy Wallace, Lenny Heimgartner, Tom
Jimmy Faucett, Joe Coats, Greg Planchard, Speedy Vinson, Ron-
Freshmen and "b"-team increase strength
B-TEAM SEASON RESULTS
Neville 46 Bolton
Neville i3 West Monroe
Neville O Jonesboro
Neville 26 Minden
Neville O Bastrop
Neville 19 West Monroe
Neville 20 Bastrop
FRESHMAN SEASON RESULTS
Neville 7 Bastrop
Neville 14 St. Frederick
Neville 26 West Monroe
Neville O Ruston
Neville 32 Ouachita
Neville 27 Bastrop
Neville O Ruston
Neville O Ouachita 7
Neville 12 West Monroe O
nie Packer, Steve McDuftie, Byron Davis, Joel lrvin, Harold Par-
sons, Ray Doncer, Charles Wallace, Don Ross, third row: Butch
Statham, Bucky Hargiss, Bobby Tippit, Rowland Perry, Charles
Freeman, Curtis Leckie, Brent Seale, Robert Patterson, Cecil Day,
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first row: Ronnie Hilton, Mark Hansen, Stacy Rainwater, Doug
Perry, Alan Slakter, Al White, Dan Parker, Alan Ingram, second
row: Charles Fury, Dray Durrett, Frank Hewitt, Jimmy Hood,
Mark Hart, Mike Weaver, Randy Walton, Billy McSherry Frank
Walker, third row: Mike Campbell, Jackie Rosenberg Dickie
Touchstone, George McCarty, Bobby Hooton, Walker Glenn Larry
Averitt, Jimmie Laudenheimer, and Frank Fury.
Sandy Zollinger, Judy Bakery second
Leading the Freshman Tigers in cheers were from left to right, first row: Ann Sherrouse, Sally Williams
rowy Kathy Cobb, True Guerriero.
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Hignliglwling The Tiger homecoming acfiviries
was The crovvnlng of senior loeaufy Brenda Riddle
as queen. Elected To her court were Linda Williamsg
Brenda Carsog Alyce Srniflwg and Dana Tucker, The
only non-senior rnald.
Maid of Honor
ALYCE SMITH DANA TUCKER
cheerleaders pantomime field goal try
Winning firsT place aT Cheerleading camp were from left To Brenda Riddle Pam Burgess Peggy Marx
righT: Merrie Jo Simonionp Mary Alice Pankeyp JaneT Vanderpoolg
Their enThusiasm Urges Tiger Teams To vicTory-
They are The Neville Cheerleaders, sponsored by
Miss Jane VVhiTTingTon. During sixTh period sTu-
denTs can glimpse The never-Tiring girls aT work
on decoraTing The halls or invenTing some device
To Transfer Their enThusiasm To The sTudenT body.
As Their yells fill The silence, The cheerleaders
consTiTuTe The "back bone of school spiriT."
McSherry selected tiger mvp.
At the annual Neville awards banquet Robert
McSherry was named the Most Valuable Player
for his outstanding play in Neville's first season
in triple A competition. Ten other awards were
presented to some of the other seniors on th 1964
squad. The Best Back award went to Bobby Robin-
son, Best Lineman to Ronnie DeMoss, Most Versa-
tie to Ronnie Clark, Best Blocker to Larry Sheffield,
Most Improved to Mike Pearson and Kenny Cobb,
Sportsmanship to Hank Taylor, Superintendent
Award to Charles Williams, Coaches Award to
Dennis Venable, and Manager's Award to Danny
Shaw for his work in one of the most important
iobs connected with football.
tigers move toward ci chance for ooo
Contending for district and state honors in AAA ranks were Ronnie Davidsong Paul Marx, manager: second row: Coach Benny
from left to right, first row: Don Guyton, managery Jay Eppinettef Hollisp Mack Marshg Johnny Clayg Charles Floydg J. Dobb Brooks:
Jimmy Higginbothamf Lance Dreyerg Bill Dunng Jimmy O'Nealg David Bakery Bob Rowang Chris Turnerg and John Overton.
The referee calls for two shots for Clay as J. Dodd Brooks and Jay
Eppinette get set at the free throw line.
Johnny Clay avoids a try for a steal by a Simsboro Tiger during
the News-Star Invitational Tournament.
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trophy in Shreveport tourney.
J, DODD BROOKS DAviD BAKER BILL DUNN
On The Junior Varsify rosfer were frvm lvff T0 right first row: Smith, Bob Smirh, Harry Smith, Johnny Ellen, Herbie Frankovvicz
Petey Smith, Marion Kulinski, George Tonoreg second row: Glenn ana Aaron Polk,
Bob Rowan jumps against a Simsboro player in the News Star-World
tigers lose only t
REGULAR SEASON RESULTS
JAY EppiN5TT5 CHARLES FLOYD JIMMY o'NEAL
shreveport teams during regular season
BOB ROWAN JOHNNY CLAY MACK MARSH
Bill Dunn goes up for a shot in the game against
Ruston, as David Baker looks on.
David Baker fries To block a Bastrop pass while Jay Eppinelle and Johnny Clay
guard oiher opponenls.
Eppinerte tries to outmaneuver a Ruston
Bearcat and retrieve the ball.
By defeating Ouachita in the
RONNIE DAVIDSON CHRIS TURNER
Neville 62 Forest
Neville 56 Kilborne
Neville 54 Ouachita
Neville 67 Simsboro
Neville 50 RusTon
Neville 56 Ouachifa
There's no chair for Eppinefte as he is double-teamed.
final games, tigers win three tournaments
LANCE DREYER JOHN OVERTON
Neville 64 West Monroe 59
Neville 54 Caldwell 53
Neville 61 Ouachita 42
Participating in the freshman 5-star league were from left to
right, first row: Thomas Guyton, Frank Walker, Bill McSherry,
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CYNTHIA CHAMBUSS LINDA WILLIAMS NELDA PURDY
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BETTY JO SPARGO
Many are the responsibilities of student managers, such as from left to
right: Janna Rorex, Debbie Slakter, and Suzanne Rowe.
Linda Williams serves
Guards Nelda Purcly and Linda Williams attempt to keep the sharp-shooting
Ouachita Lions from scoring.
As Betty Jo Spargo shoots, Dot Rambin watches for the
NllNA PARRISH DOT RAMBIN JANE SHERROUSE
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as varsity captain.
DEBORAH FEENEY BRIDGET DOWD BONNIE DOLES
Forward Guard Guard
KATHY MOUK ANGIE POUNDERS Affef driving in fo me goal, Betty Jo
Forward Guard Spargo scores Two against Basfrop.
Deborah Fe-eney walts'for Dot Rambln to make her move toward the
Aicllng the Freshman team were managers
l Freshmen bag two trophies.
Llncla Wrigltt and
Placing first ln the West Monroe and second In the Ouacltita Mamen, Spidey Manoxl Linda Login, Sandy Zollingerf Judy
tournaments were from left to rlglwt: Katlty Cobb, Kerry Bruce, Baker, Mcfse Woodburn, Judy Howard, and Lydia Guice-
Susan Lary, Martha NlcGougl1, Judy Boggs, Ann Vincent, Nell
cross country team wins first meet in schooI's history.
After three years of cross country competition
the Tiger Harriers of Coach Buck Stewart won
their first meet of the season by topping previous-
ly unbeaten West Monroe 25-30 on the Neville
course. Before this meet, Neville had finished no
higher than second place in a cross country meet.
' Led by iunior Don West who won the two mile
race for Neville in 101228, it seemed as though
the Tigers were off to a successful season. How-
ever, the very next week the Rebels reversed the
score to edge out the Tigers 31-25 in another dual
meet. West was again the top finisher for Neville
placing second in the l.8 mile race with a fine
time of 8:45.
After the Christmas holidays, much rainy
weather, and the loss of three top performers, the
Tigers' hopes for placing high in their own lnvita-
tional Cross Country Meet went down the drain.
After starting off the season so well, the Tigers
came in a disappointing 5th place in their own
Annual Invitational Cross Country Meet held in
Forsythe Park. West Monroe won the lst place
team trophy, with a low score of 49, Minden was
2nd with 56, Bolton 3rd with 75, Ruston 4th with
78, and Neville 5th with 79 points. Beautiful gold
medals were given to the first five finishers, silver
medals to the next five, and bronze medals went
to the next five finishers.
On the cross-country team were from left to right: Ken Brazzel, Don
West, Alan Williams, Bill Garfield, Doug McFadden, Fred Cale, Vernon
Houston, Wayne Taylor, Rett Porter, David Stanhope, and Fred Bealle.
Calisthenics helped prepare the Tigers for the 65 season.
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Senior class honors J. Dodd Brooks
Safety Council, Y-Teens, Social Chairman, Red Cross, Library
Latin Club, JCL, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Orchestra.
Transfer Student, Red Cross, Debate Club, FHA, Junior Homeroom
Student Council, Alternate, Red Cross, FHA, Monroyan Staff, Band,
Symphonic, Marching, Freshman Homeroom President.
Student Council, Alternate, Red Cross, Latin Club, Reporter, JCL,
Science Club, Americanism Club, Finance Committee Chairman,
Chosen as officers of the largest senior class in the school's
history were from left to right, first row: Donna Porter, Secre-
tary, Becky Trimble, Girls' Vice-President, second row: Al Mc-
Duff, Boys Vice-President, J, Dodd Brooks, President, Bill Dunn,
by electing him president
Latin Club, JCL, Orchestra, All-State, Football, B-Team, Varsity,
Science Club, Americanism Club, Mixed Chorus, Orchestra, Presi-
dent, All-State, Monroe Youth Symphony.
Safety Council, Latin Club, JCL, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes,
Safety Council, French Club, Science Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs,
Tigerettes, Monroyan Staff, Band, Marching.
FHA, Y-Teens, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes.
Red Cross, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes.
Transfer Student, Letterman's Club, Basketball, Varsity, Track
Seniors Dennis Venoble and Susie McBride
Transfer Student, Student Council, Safety Council, Red Cross,
French Club, Senior Sponsor.
Student Council, Alternate, French Club, Americanism Club,
Board of Directors, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Squad Leader, Junior
Alternate Commander, Senior Alternate Commander, Freshman
Home-room Secretary, Sophomore Homeroom President, Junior
French Club, Y-Teens, Girls' Chorus, Publicity Chairman.
Y-Teens, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus.
l For excellence in scholarship, participation in extra-curricular ac-
tivities, and contributions to their school, the Optimist Club
selected Dennis Venable and Susie
Most Outstanding Seniors Award.
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honored by Optimist
Band, Marching, Symphonic, Squad Leader, Section Leader, Stage
Band, All-State Band.
Safety Council, Latin Club, JCL, Debate Club, Americanism
Club, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Senior Sponsor, Senior Class Float
Committee, Freshman Homeroom Secretary, Sophomore Home-
room Secretary, Senior Class Flirt.
Student Council, Red Cross, Latin Club, JCL, Sizzler Staff, Band,
Cadet, Marching, Symphonic, News Staff, All-District Band.
Safety Council, Red Cross, Letterman's Club, Football, "B" Team,
French Club, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Squad Leader.
Student Council, Latin Club, JCL, Science Club, Debate Club,
Americanism Club, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Senior Sponsor, Senior
Most Beautiful, Freshman Homeroom Secretary, Sophomore Home-
room Secretary, Track Court, Maid, Freshman Basketball.
Seniors learn what the phrase "cram
Transfer Student, Safety Council, Latin Club, Treasurer, JCL,
Girls' Chorus, President.
Safety Council, Vice-President, Office Boy, Mixed Chorus, En-
Safety Council, Latin Club, JCL, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, FHA.
French Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Assistant Squad Leader.
Transfer Student, Red Cross, French Club, Debate Club, FHA.
Band members Vernon Houston, Eric
Vogel, and Gilbert Lee await the
bells signaling the beginning of the
for exams" really means.
J. DODD BROOKS
Student Council, Sergeant-at-Arms, Key Club, Senior Board
Member, Letterman's Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Senior Sponsor,
Mixed Chorus, Senior Most Athletic, Freshman Homeroom Presi-
dent, Sophomore Homeroom President, Junior Homeroom Presi-
dent, Senior Class President, Boys' State, Basketball, Frosh, Var-
sity, Track, Frosh, Varsity.
Safety Council, Red Cross, Science Club, FHA, Y-Teens, Senior
Sponsor, Senior Most Athletic, Freshman Homeroom Secretary-
Treasurer, Sophomore Secretary, Basketball, Freshman, Varsity,
Transfer Student, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Squad Leader, Mixed
Transfer Student, FHA, Tigerettes, Assistant Squad Leader.
Student Council, Red Cross, Latin Club, JCL, Americanism Club,
FHA, Y-Teens, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Senior Sponsor, Senior
Wittiest, Sophomore Homeroom Treasurer, Cheerleader, Fresh-
Student Council, Safety Council, Latin Club, JCL, Science Club,
Secretary, Mixed Chorus, Librarian, Girls' Chorus, Librarian, Mixed
Ensemble, Vice-President, All-District Chorus.
Senior Tigers lead football team
A group of senior boys struggle to
restore the toppled class float during
the homecoming parade.
TOM B U R RELL
Safety Council, Letterman's Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Senior Spon-
sor, Mixed Chorus, Mixed Ensemble, Freshman Homeroom Treas-
urer, Sophomore Homeroom Treasurer, Freshman Class Treasurer,
Football, Freshman, Varsity, Baseball.
Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Assistant Squad Leader.
Student Council, Latin Club, JCL, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Secre-
tary, Junior Commander, Senior Commander, Squad Leader,
Senior Sponsor, Freshman Favorite, Sophomore Favorite, Junior
Favorite, Miss Neville High School, Freshman Homeroom Presi-
dent, Sophomore Homeroom Secretary, Junior Homeroom Secre-
tary, Freshman Class Secretary, Sophomore Class Secretary, Jun-
ior Class Secretary, Girls' State, Homecoming Court Maid.
Student Council, Latin Club, JCL, Science Club, FHA, Senior
Sponsor, Senior Favorite, Friendliest, Sophomore Homeroom
Vice-President, Junior Homeroom Secretary, Girls' State, Coroner.
Red Cross, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Squad Leader, Sizzler Staff,
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to 8-2 "ooo" winning season.
Safety Council, Red Cross, Letterman's Club, Office Boy, Mixed
Chorus, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Varsity, Freshman Basket-
Basketball, Freshman, B-Team, Varsity, Baseball, Key Club,
Science Club, Letterman's Club, Senior Sponsor, Freshman Track.
Red Cross, Letterman's Club, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Var-
sity, Freshman Basketball, Baseball, Track, Cross-Country.
Transfer Student, Letterman's Club, Senior Sponsor, Junior Home-
room Vice-President, Football, B-Team, Varsity, All Twin-City
Safety Council, Latin Club, JCL, Science Club, Football, Freshman
Latin Club, JCL, Band, Cadet, Symphonic, Orchestra, Merit
Student Council, Alternate, Safety Council, Alternate, Science
Safety Council, Treasurer, FHA, Y-Teens, Chaplain, Mixed Chorus.
Seniors represented by four beauties
Most Talented Mike Kemp seems to
be keeping other seniors entertained
as they decorate the class float. Merrie
Jo Simonton proves that she can sing
and work at the same time.
Latin Club, JCL, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes.
French Club, Americanism Club.
Student Council, Library Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes,
Squad Leader, Girls' Chorus, Freshman Homeroom Vice-President,
Sophomore Vice-President, Freshman Cheerleader.
Latin Club, JCL, Letterman's Club, Football, Freshman, B-Team,
Student Council, alternate, Letterman's Club, Chaplain, Senior
Sponsor, Mixed Chorus, Freshman Homeroom Vice-President,
Junior Homeroom President, Baseball, Manager, Basketball, Fresh-
man, B-Team, Varsity.
on homecoming court
Science Club, Freshman Basketball.
Science Club, Vice-President, Monroyan Staff, Process Developer,
Mixed Chorus, Vice-President, President.
Red Cross, Band, Symphonic, Marching, Assistant Drum Maior.
Let1erman's Club, Mixed Chorus, Football, Varsity.
Safety Council, Red Cross, French Club, Debate Club, Americanism
Club, FHA, Y-Teens, Tiger Cubs, Tigereites, Girls' Chorus, Orches-
tra, Basketball, Freshman.
Safety Council, French Club, Science Club.
GALE DOMINGU ES
Tiger Cubs, Tigerefies, Squad Leader, Sophomore Homeroom Secre-
tary, Junior Homeroom Treasurer.
Seniors Susan Parsons and Jimmy Pophom
Fashion for pennies seemed to be the
theme of the FHA style show. "Push-
ing" the girls on stage at the proper
moment was Kay Joyce.
Transfer Student, Science Club.
Student Council, Treasurer, Delegate to LASC Convention, Delee
gate to LASC Workshop, Key Club, Senior Board Member, Let-
terman's Club, Vice-President, Senior Favorite, Friendliest, Fresh-
man Homeroom President, Sophomore Homeroom President, June
ior Homeroom Vice-President, Senior Class Treasurer, Boys' State,
Basketball, Freshman, B-Team, Varsity, Baseball, Manager,
Band, Cadet, Symphonic, Marching.
Transfer Student, Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Ensemble, Girls' Chorus.
Basketball, Freshman, B-Team.
Library Club, Vice-President, Y-Teens, Girls' Chorus, Band, March
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hold offices in state organizations.
Student Council, Vice-President, Delegate to LASC Convention,
Delegate to SASC Convention, Key Club, Latin Club, JCL,
Science Club, Debate Club, Librarian, Letterman's Club, Senior
Sponsor, Freshman Favorite, Sophomore Favorite, Freshman Home-
room President, Sophomore Homeroom President, Freshman' Class
Vice-President, Football, B-Team, Varsity, Baseball, Prom Com-
Safety Council, Red Cross, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Assistant Squad
Leader, Company Commander, Orchestra.
Band, Marching, Symphonic, Captain.
Safety Council, French Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes.
Transfer Student, Latin Club, JCL, Band, Marching, Symphonic:
FHA, Y-Teens, Vice-President, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Girls' Chorus
FHA, Y-Teens, Membership Chairman, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes,
Mixed Chorus, Freshman Homeroom Treasurer, Sophomore Home-
Seniors measure for cops and gowns, order
Transfer Student, French Club, Debate Club.
Safety Council, Key Club, Office Boy, Mixed Chorus, Sophomore
JOE BAILEY GRANT
Student Council, Alternate, Red Cross, FHA, Songleader, Delegate
to State Convention, Y-Teens, Orchestra, Basketball, Freshman.
Letterman's Club, Track, Varsity.
French Club, French Honor Society, Debate Club, Y-Teens.
Feature twirler for the Tiger band,
Pam Glenn, leads the way during the
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invitations, ond wait
Americanism Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Girls' Chorus,
Junior Homeroom Treasurer.
Student Council, Latin Club, JCL, Science Club, Debate Club,
Arnericanism Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Senior Spon-
sor, Freshman Homeroom Vice-President, Junior Homeroom
Treasurer, Girls' State, Cheerleader, Freshman, Prom Committee.
THEDA JO HAKIM
Student Council, Safety Council, FHA, Y-Teens, Tiger Cubs,
Tigerettes, Assistant Squad Leader, Senior Sponsor, Monroyan
Staff, Sophomore Homeroom Secretary.
Student Council, Red Cross, Library Club, FHA, Y-Teens, Tiger
Cubs, Tigerettes, Orchestra.
French Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Squad Leader, Com-
pany Commander, Senior Sponsor, Freshman Homeroom Secre-
tary, Sophomore Secretary, Junior Homeroom Vice-President,
Safety Council, Red Cross, Office Boy, Mixed Chorus, Football,
Student Council, Key Club, Chaplain, Treasurer, Editor of "Key
Post," Reporter, TAP Representative, Science Club, Senior Spon-
sor, Monroyan Staff, Co-Editor, Orchestra, All-State, Senior
Favorite, Wittiest, Junior Homeroom President, Boys' State, City
Judge, Football, B-Team, Track.
Seniors will privilege of marching down
Honored as Merit-Scholarship Semi-
Finalists were from left to right: Su-
san Parsons, George Lastrapes, and
Safety Council, Red Cross, Debate Club, Letterman's Club, Office
Boy, Senior Sponsor, Mixed Chorus, Freshman Homeroom Vice-
President, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Varsity, Basketball, Fresh-
man, Track, Senior Float Committee.
Safety Council, Red Cross, Science Club, Americanism Club,
Hi-Y, Office Boy, Sophomore Homeroom Vice-President, Junior
Homeroom Secretary, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Basketball,
Freshman, Track, Freshman, Float Committee, Prom Committee.
Student Council, Latin Club, JCL, Science Club, Basketball, Fresh-
Transfer Student, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Orchestra.
clisle in assembly to underclassmen.
French Club, French National Honor Society, Hi-Y, Orchestra,
All-State, Monroe Youth Symphony.
Safety Council, Latin Club, Chaplain, JCL, Band, Symphonic,
Letterman's Club, Band, Cadet, Symphonic, Marching, All-District
Band, Property Crew, Sergeant, Corporal, Track, Varsity, Cross
French Club, Treasurer, FHA, Parliamentarian, Tiger Cubs, Tiger-
French Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Mixed Chorus.
French Club, Latin Club, Science Club, Who's Who in French.
Student Council, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Treasurer, Vice-
President, Company Commander.
French Club, Latin Club, JCL, Science Club, Americanism Club,
Senior Sponsor, Senior Most Talented, Sophomore Homeroom
Secretary, Track, Freshman, Junior Varsity, Thespians.
Senior class includes nine Merit-
Science Club, Football, B-Team, Track.
Y-Teens, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Mixed Chorus.
Latin Club, Science Club, Band, Marching, Symphonic, Section
Leader, Executive Staff, Squad Leader, All-State Bancl, All-District
Band, Drum Maiorette, Lieutenant, Dean of Girls.
Transfer Student, Football, B-Team, Basketball, B-Team.
Student Council, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Senior Sponsor, Fresh-
man Homeroom President, Basketball, Freshman.
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Performing an experiment in chemis-
try are Ned Whatley and Clyde Coon,
who were honored as Merit-Scholan
Transfer Student, Golf.
Publications, Merit-Scholarship Semi-Finalist.
DON NA LOMAX
Red Cross, Reporter, President, French Club, FHA, Treasurer,
Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes.
Red Cross, Project Chairman, President, Latin Club, JCL, FHA,
Y-Teens, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes.
Student Council, Red Cross, Latin Club, 'Secretary, Reporter,
JCL, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, President, Company Commander,
Squad Leader, Publications, Mixed Chorus, Vice-President, Senior
Favorite, Most Intellectual, Girls' State, Delegate to SASC Con-
French Club, Football, Freshman, Golf.
Seniors Brenda Corso and Charles
Putting finishing touches on prize
junior class float are Jimmy Tarrance
and Bob Barry.
Student Council, Red Cross, Science Club, Debate Club, Vice-
President, Office Boy: Mixed Chorus, Junior Homeroom President,
Senior Class Boys' Vice-President: Boys' State, Mr. South Caro-
lina, Freshman Basketball: Freshman Trackg Prom Committee.
Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist, French Club.
French Clubp Men's Chorus, All-State Choir, All-District Choir,
All-Senior Honor Chorus, Freshman Homeroom Vice-President,
Sophomore Homeroom Secretaryf Golf, B-Team.
Hi-Y, Band, Cadet, Marching, Symphonic, Football, B-Team.
Williams chosen as Mr
Student Council, Safety Council, Key Club, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Latin Club, JCL, Senior Handsome, Senior Heartbreak, Sopho-
more Homeroom President, Freshman Class President, Football,
Freshman, Varsity, All-Twin City, All-District, All-State Honorable
Mention, Basketball, Freshman, Varsity, Track, Prom Committee.
Safety Council, Latin Club, JCL, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Senior Spon-
sor, Freshman Homeroom Vice-President, Junior Homeroom Secre-
tary, Basketball, Varsity.
Transfer Student, Mixed Chorus, Ensemble, Letterman's Club,
Basketball, B-Team, Varsity.
Y-Teens, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Mixed Chorus.
Transfer Student, Debate Club, Football, B-Team.
NORMAN MARTI EN
and Miss Neville.
Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Freshman Homeroom President, Sopho
more Homeroom President, Junior Homeroom Treasurer, Cheer
Transfer Student, Science Club.
Seniors look sharp, feel sharp,
ln each of the classes one will find
students with like names, but seldom
are there brothers and sisters found
in each class. However, from left to
right, are Tim Allen, sophomore, Lynne
Allen, senior, Virginia Allen, fresh-
man, and Susan Allen, iunior.
French Club, Band, Marching, Symphonic.
Student Council, Alternate, Red Cross, Orchestra, Vice-President,
All State Orchestra.
Transfer Student, Safety Council, Red Cross, Library Club, Y-
Teens, Inter-Club Council Representative, Girls' Chorus.
Student Council, French Club, Historian, Science Club, Debate
Club, Americanism Club, Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, French
Latin Club, JCL, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Assistant Squad Leader.
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Safety Council, Science Club, Americanism Club, Senior Spon-
sor, Who's Who in Spanish, Track, Junior Varsity, Varsity.
Band, Symphonic, Marching, Track, Cross Country Team.
Mixed Chorus, Football, Freshman.
Transfer Student, Letterman's Club, Senior Sponsor, Basketball,
Transfer Student, Red Cross, Alternate, Letterman's Club, Base-
ball, Varsity, All-District.
Red Cross, Secretary-Treasurer, Parish Secretary'Treasurer, Parish
Parliamentarian, Latin Club, JCL, Y-Teens, Band, Marching, Sym-
phonic, All-State Orchestra.
Student Council, Red Cross, Latin Club, JCL, FHA, Y-Teens,
Tiger Clubs, Tigerettes, Senior Sponsor, Senior Beauty, Freshman
Homeroom President, Sophomore Homeroom President, Junior
Homeroom Treasurer, Cheerleader, Freshman, Varsity, Who's Who
in Home Economics.
Seniors make final preparations to step into
Highstepping Drum Major Linda Wil-
Iiams leads the Tiger band during
the Christmas parade.
Safety Council, Red Cross, French Club, FHA, Y-Teens, Tiger
Cubs, Tigerettes, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus.
Safety Council, Red Cross, Science Club, Hi-Y, Office Boy, Sen-
ior Sponsor, Boys' Chorus, Sophomore Homeroom Vice-President,
Junior Homeroom Vice-President, FootbaII, Freshman, B-Team,
Transfer Student, FHA, State Vice-President, Tigerettes, Merit
JO ANNE PATTERSON
Safety Council, President, Science Club, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes,
Squad Leader, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Robe Chairman,
Latin Club, JCL, Monroyan Staff, Office Boy.
"cold, cruel world."
Student Council, Key Club, Let'terman's Club, Senior Sponsor,
Band, Marching, Symphonic, Property Crew, Who's Who in
Social Studies, Football, B-Team, Varsity, All Twin-City Honorable
Safety Council, Latin Club, JCL, Band, Cadet, Marching, Sym-
phonic, Uniform Sergeant, Youth Orchestra.
Safety Council, Red Cross, Freshman Homeroom Treasurer, Foot-
Transfer Student, Red Cross, Latin Club, JCL, Louisiana State
JCL Treasurer, Band, Symphonic, Marching.
Student Council, Secretary, Latin Club, Program Chairman, JCL,
FHA, Vice-President, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Squad Leader, Senior
Sponsor, Publications, Freshman Favorite, Sophomore Favorite,
Freshman Homeroom Secretary, Junior Homeroom Vice-President,
Junior Class Secretary, Senior Class Secretary, Cheerleader, Fresh-
man, Prom Committee.
Transfer Student, Latin Club, Y-Teens, President, State Con-
ference, Inter-Club Council, Secretary.
Seniors send delegates to various national
"Go, Tigers, go!" yells cheerleader
Brenda Riddle during a pep assembly.
Student Council, Red Cross, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Assistant
Red Cross, Science Club, Letterman's Club, Hi-Y, Mixed Chorus:
Football, Freshman, Varsity, Leadership Conference.
Red Cross, French Club, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Squad Leader,
Freshman Homeroom Vice-President, Junior Homeroom Secretary.
Safety Council, Latin Club, JCL, Science Club, Debate Club,
Americanism Club, Louisiana Speech Association.
Red Cross, FHA, Y-Teens, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettesg Mixed Chorus.
Transfer Student, Key Club Sweetheart, Tigerettes, Senior Spon-
sor, Senior Beauty, Cheerleader, Varsity, Basketball, Varsity.
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student organization conventions.
BOBBY B. ROBINSON
Transfer Student, Red Cross, Key Club, Letterman's Club, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Hi-Y, Senior Sponsor, Senior Handsome, Track,
Varsity, Football, B-Team, Varsity, All-Twin-City.
BOBBY H. ROBINSON
Band, Concert, Marching, Stage, B-Band, Property Crew, Hi-Y.
French Club, French Honor Society.
Safety Council, Latin Club, JCL, Science Club, Americanism
Club, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Varsity.
Student Council, Parliamentarian, Delegate to LASC Convention,
Delegate to LASC Workshop, Key Club, President, Junior Board
Member, French Club, Letterman's Club, Office Boy, Senior
Sponsor, Mixed Chorus, Senior Most Handsome, Sophomore
Favorite, Junior Favorite, Freshman Homeroom President, Sopho-
more Homeroom President, Junior Homeroom President, Junior
Class Vice-President, Football, Freshman, Basketball, Freshman,
Safety Council, Red Cross, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Senior
Sponsor, Freshman Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, Sophomore
Senior closs contributes many members to
Even a Black Flag sprayer was used
to help wow the judges during the
homecoming parade. Junior Wanda
Phillips sprays the paper black.
Red Cross, Science Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Sizzler
Staff, Girls' Chorus, President, Band, Symphonic, Marching, Sen-
ior Favorite, Most Talented, Mixed Ensemble, Secretary, Youth
Orchestra, All-State Chorus, All-District Chorus.
Student Council, Safety Council, Red Cross, FHA, Tiger Cubs,
Tigerettes, Sizzler Staff, Assistant Business Manager, Girls'
Chorus, Vice-President, Band, Symphonic, Marching, Senior Favor-
ite, Most Talented, All-State Chorus, All-District Chorus.
Red Cross, Latin Club, JCL, Sophomore Homeroom Treasurer, Boys'
State, Track, B-Team, Varsity, Cross Country.
CH RIS SCHUBERT
Red Cross, Alternate, Key Club, Letterman's Club, President,
Publications, Mixed Ensemble, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Var-
sity, Manager, Basketball, Freshman, Manager, Track, Manager.
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Safety Council: Letterman's Club: Junior Homeroom Secretary:
Football, Freshman, B-Team, Varsity: Basketball, Freshman: Base-
MERRIE JO SIMONTON
Student Council: French Club: Latin Club, Historian, JCL: Ameri-
canism Club: Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes: Publications: Freshman
Homeroom Vice-President: Sophomore Homeroom Vice-President:
Junior Homeroom Treasurer: Cheerleader, Varsity, Freshman.
Safety Council: Red Cross: Library Club: FHA: Tiger Cubs, Tiger-
ettes: Senior Beauty: Sophomore Homeroom Vice-President:
Freshman Homeroom Secretary: Homecoming Court, Maid.
Red Cross, Alternate: Science Club: Hi-Y: Sizzler Staff: Publica-
tions: Band, Cadet.
Transfer Student: Publications.
Transfer Student: Mixed Chorus: Junior Homeroom Vice-President.
Seniors anxiously await two weeks
"Make that point" is the cry of Merrie
French Club, Science Club, Golf.
Red Cross, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Girls' Chorus, Vice-
President, Freshman Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, Sophomore
TED STAN DLEY
Americanism Club, Registrar of Voters, Hi-Y, Vice-President, Mixed
Key Club, Chaplain, Latin Club, President, JCL, Senior Sponsor,
Orchestra, All-State, Monroe Youth Symphony, Merit Scholarship
Semi-Finalist, Senior Favorite Most Likely to Succeed, Track,
Varsity, Cross Country.
Red Cross, FHA, President, Parish Secretary, Delegate to FHA
Safety Council, Red Cross, Letterman's Club, Football, Fresh-
man, B-Team, Varsity, Track, Freshman.
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of DAR Good Citizenship Award.
Safety Council, Red Cross.
Red Cross, Latin Club, JCL, Orchestra, All-State Orchestra, Golf.
Red Cross, Latin Club, JCL, Mixed Chorus.
Transfer Student, Orchestra, All-State Orchestra.
Letterman's Club, Mixed Chorus, Freshman Homeroom Vice-
President, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Varsity, Track, Freshman,
SH EILA TAYLOR
Safety Council, Red Cross, Science Club, Sizzler Staff, Publica-
tions, Band, Cadet, Marching, Symphonic, Section Leader.
WAYN E TAYLOR
Transfer Student, Orchestra, All-State, Monroe Youth Symphony
Mixed Chorusg Sophomore Homeroom President, Junior Home
Senior Becky Trimble chosen recipient
Latin Club, JCL.
Red Crossg FHA.
French Clubp Science Club
Transfer Stuclentg Student Council Chaplain Safety Council
Latin Ciubp JCLg Tigerefies Senior Sponsor Junior Favorite
Senior Favorite, Most Likely to Succeed Sophomore Homeroom
Secrefaryf Junior Homeroom Secretary Senior Class Girls Vice
Presidentg Girls' State: Prom Commmee
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of DAR Good Citizenship Aword.
Latin Club, JCL.
Student Council, Red Cross, Freshman Homeroom Vice-President,
Student Council, French Club, Latin Club, JCL, Debate' Club,
Librarian, Americanism Club, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Senior Spon-
sor, Freshman Homeroom Treasurer, Sophomore Homeroom Vice-
President, Junior Homeroom Vice-President, Cheerleader, Varsity,
Basketball, Freshman, Prom Committee.
Student Council, Key Club, Vice-President, Science Club, Sergeant-
at-Arms, Senior Favorite, Most Intellectual, Freshman Homeroom
President, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Varsity, Basketball, Fresh-
man, B-Team, Track, Freshman, Optimist Club Award.
Red Cross, Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus.
Safety Council, Red Cross, Key Club, Latin Club, Sergeant-an
Arms, JCL, Letterman's Club, Publications, Freshman Homeroom
Vice-President, Sophomore Homeroom Vice-President, Junior Home-
room Vice-President, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Varsity, Track,
Safety Council, French Club, Mixed Chorus, Ensemble.
Transfer Student, Y-Teens, Girls' Chorus, Girls' Ensemble
Seniors vogue includes knee-socks, porkos,
A place on the float committee means
work and, fun for seniors David Har-
rison, Leia Rowan, and Billy Lockhart.
Transfer Student, Hi-Y, Office Boy, Freshman Homeroom Presi-
dent, Track, Prom Committee.
Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist.
Transfer Student, FHA, Mixed Chorus.
Transfer Student, Safety Council, Science Club, Debate Club,
President, Football, Freshman, B-Team, Louisiana Speech Associa-
Transfer Student, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Assistant Squad Leader,
Monroyan Staff, Co-Editor, Mixed Chorus, Ensemble, Junior
Homeroom Treasurer, All-District Chorus.
Red Cross, Parliamentarian, Treasurer, Band, Cadet, Symphonic,
Marching, Stage Band.
saddle oxfords, and straight hciir-dos.
Safety Council, Red Cross, Alternate, FHA, Parish Reporter,
Chapter Historian, Y-Teens, Homeroom Treasurer.
Student Council, President, Delegate to NASC Convention, Dele-,
gate to LASC Workshop, Key Club, Latin Club, President, JCL,
Letterman's Club, Office Boy, Senior Sponsor, Orchestra, All-
State Orchestra, Senior Handsome, Mr. Neville High School,
Junior Favorite, Freshman Homeroom President, Sophomore
Homeroom President, Junior Class President, Football, Fresh-
man, Varsity, All Twin-City, Inter-Club Council, President.
Student Council, Safety Council, Debate Club, Band, Cadet
Symphonic, Marching, Drum Maior, Freshman Homeroom Secre-
tary, Sophomore Homeroom Secretary, Junior Homeroom Secre-
tary, Homecoming Court, Maid, Maid-of-Honor, Track Court,
Maid-of-Honor, Basketball, Freshman, Varsity, Captain.
Senior Sponsor, Monroyan Staff, Orchestra, Track, J-V, Varsity,
Science Club, FHA, Tiger Cubs, Tigerettes, Monroyan Staff, Mixed
Chorus, Accompanist, Reporter, Ensemble, Girls' Chorus, Accom-
panist, Band, Symphonic, 'Library Corporal, Marching.
Seniors of '65 graduate largest class ever
Safety Councilp Tiger Cubs, Tigeretfes
Transfer Sfudentf FHA.
Safefy Councilg Red Cross, Alternale.
MARY ALICE YELDELL
Library Clubg FHA: Y-Teensg Tiger Cubs, Tigereftes.
Marching to a first place award in the annual Christmas parade
sponsored by the Monroe JC's is the Tiger band.
Junior Class chooses ci name bond
Junior officers for 1964-65 were Doug Cooksion, vice-presidentg Kenny Brazzel, presidenfp
Donna Spargo, secretaryg and Nelson Abell, treasurer.
Tommy Lee Barker
Mary Eve Beckett
to play for prom.
Joe H. Brown
Junior Class represented on
Juniors place first for second year in a row with their homecoming float, "Sail to Victory."
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Kathy Shaver helps iuniors "Get Se?" for anofher first place homecoming 'float
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Dana Tucker represents the Junior class on the Homecoming Court.
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Mary Torn Keller
Juniors trace the development
Belween The Key Clubers and Cheerleaders everybody says "cheese".
of America's literary heritage.
Patsy Anne Quarles
Mary Lou Reliac
Alice Ruth Serio
Juniors soy "working is how we get our
Key Clubbers-Nelson Abell, Mike Strausser, Fred Rivet, and Mickey Harper-prepare for the
pre-game sales. Cheerleader, Merrie Jo Simomon, aids Mike-.wi1h his victory ribbon.
kicksp we're the Class of '66."
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Juniors prepare for senior responsibilities.
Dreary weather can't diminish the spirits of Tiger supporters during a pre-school pep assembly.
Varsity cheerleaders-Alice Pankey and Brenda Riddle-help create a victory atmosphere.
Linda Kay Willard
Birihday party...Susan, Bill, Tom, Julie, and Linda.
Tigers of long, long ago
Early start at lead-fooiin
Sponsored loy Mr. McGough, the sophomore class was led
Stewart, vice-presidentg and Bucky Hargiss, secretary-treasurer.
Sophomores are led by
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Mary Ann Atkinson
Sarah Ann Barnett
Mary Beth Crossland
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Sherry Ann Taylor
Jo Ann Wesson
Rayford Wright, Jr.
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First "AAA" Freshman officers are from left to right: Frank Hewitt, secretaryg Bill Caverlee,
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The freshman football team helps Coach Buck celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Rosenberg and
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Frosh Tiger cheerleaders prepare for ride in homecoming parade. Leading the yells for the
team were from left to right: Sally Williams, Judy Baker, True Guerriero, Sandy Zollinger,
Ann Sherrouse, and Kathy Cobb.
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Brenda, Camille, and Chris wore playsuits . . .
Judy Branch fought some Indians
Chuck Smith, Nelson Abell, Lance Dreyer, Louis Milner, Jay
Bieclenhar, Bo Shaw, Arthur Liles, and Bill Kellogg took' the
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coveted American Legion Award were Judy Searcy, who
was also valedictorian, and Steve Huffman.
'64 seniors cough
After receiving their diplomas, Lynne Bryce and Dwight May
marched out to the music of the Tiger Band.
On Thursday evening, May 28, the commencement
exercises of the 1964 class were held in Neville
auditorium. Judy Searcy delivered the valedictory
address, Laura Griffith, the salutatory. Principal Sidney
A. Seegers presented the Ernest L. Neville Scholarship
award to Barbara Suomi. Of the one hundred ninety-
six graduates, fifty-two were named members of
Sigma Sigma Honor Society.
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Spotlighted for their outstanding work in Y-Teens were Belva Polson and
On Awards Day the faculty pauses to recognize
Seniors who have worked consistently for four
years. The award recipients for 1964 were Jim
Mathis-Scienceg Laura Griffith, Barbara Suomi-
Mathg Billie Lee Porter-Most Improved in Englishp
Arden Anders-Most Able in English, Jan Con-
lin-Most Outstanding Business Education, Linda
Atkinson-Best Typistg Milann Gannaway, Diane
Halley-Latin, Dovie Roberts-J.C.L. Serviceg Bar-
bara Suomi-French Clubg Billie Porter, Jane
Head, Carol Genung-Libraryg Gayle Smith-Choirp
Laura Griffith-D.A.R. American Historyp Diane
Halley-Sherrouse P.T.A.5 Gayle Smith-Music
Guild, Sharon Allen-Woman's Auxiliary of Oua-
chita Parish Medical Society, Sally Wing-Pilot
Clubg Billie Porter, Belva Polson-NY-Teeny Pat
Ayers-Jr. Red Crossg Art Smith-Photography,
Milann Gannaway, Gayle Kelly-Tigeretteg and
Gerald Braud-Key Club Award.
Superintendent Van D. Odom presented an academic
scholarship to senior .lay Merten.
Recipient of the Music Guild's award was Gayle Smith.
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Senior broad-iumper for the Tigers with a record-breaking 21
ft. 85-M1 in. iump was Gary Pappas. He was also chosen as the
Best Athlete and Best Track and Field man in the Twin
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Sophomore pole-vaulter Doug Cookston made a new school record
with a height of I2 ft. 3 in.
The Track and Field team of Coaches Buck
Stewart and Sonny Smith compiled an impressive
record this spring by winning lst place in five of
their meets, 2nd in four other meets, and ran 3rd
behind powerful Bolton of Alexandria and Baton
Rouge High in the annual Bolton Relays. The
Tigers also placed 3rd in their own Neville Relays
behind West Monroe and Bolton again.
Neville High-Hurdlers were, left, Eastland Gray, a Senior, and,
right, J. Dodd Brooks, a Junior.
Members of the Mile Relay Team, whose best time was 3:24.2, are
from left to right, Jerry Graud, Freddy Moses, Eric Borgkvist, and
The Neville Track Team of i964 were the following from left
to right, first row: Rett Porter, Eastland Gray, Ken Brazzel, Bill
Garfield, Don West, Bobby Hawkins, Johnny Reitzell, Doug
Cookston, second row: Wayne Taylor, Jimmy O'Neal, Freddy
Moses, Ken White, Bobby Robinson, Jimmy Tarrance, Jerry
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Members of the Neville 440 Relay Team, who placed second
in the State Meet, are from left to right, Gary Pappas, Ken
Brazzel, Gary Holt, and Freddy Moses.
Braud, David Trousdale, third row: Eric Borglcvist, Bob Caven-
dish, David Stanhope, Bill Langston, Don Johnson, Gary Pappas,
Pete Terzolas, David Baker, Jimmy Greenlee, fourth row: John
Salisbury, Richard Slavant, David Harrison, Walter Causey,
Gary Holt, J. Dodd Brooks, Robert McSherry, Vernon Houston.
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Guiding the Tigers to their last AA District Crown were Head
Coach Buck Stewart and Coach Sonny Smith.
Neville trackmen who placed a strong third at the State AA
meet were, left to right, front row: Gary Holt, Bill Langston,
Mile Relay tear
After winning the District 2-AA title in Ruston for the 2nd
time in recent years, the well-balanced track and field team
went on to the Regional Meet held at Pineville and placed
2nd behind Minden who went on to win the State AA Cham-
pionship. Neville also placed 3rd in the very evenly matched
State Meet held at La. Tech the next week behind Minden
who scored 43 points, Northside of Lafayette who scored 38
points, and the Tigers a very close 3rd with 35 points.
Most of Neville's points came from their fine relay teams
which placed 2nd in the 440 and mile relays, and 3rd in
the 880 relay. Neville also got fine individual performances
from Gary Pappas who placed 3rd in the broad iump with a
fine leap of 21'8V4"g Bill Langston who placed 2nd in the
iavelin with a throw of 188'2 3111" and from J. Dodd Brooks
who placed 2nd in the 120 high hurdles with a time of 15.0
seconds, and 4th in the 180 low hurdles with a time of
The mile relay team, composed of Eric Borgkvist, Gary
Holt, Freddy Moses, and Jerry Braud, broke the school record
of 3:24.2 which was set in 1962 at the N.O.R.D. Meet of
Champions by running a fine time of 3:23.8. This was the
2nd best time run in the state this year.
After making such a fine showing in the relays in the
state meet, the Tigers were invited to run in the N.O.R.D.
Meet of Champions in New Orleans and also the lst Annual
"Preptacular" meet held at Bolton of Alexandria. These meets
are strictly invitational and only the finest athletes in all
classes in Louisiana are invited to participate.
J. Dodd Brooks, and Gary Pappas, back row: Freddy Moses, Ken
Brazzle, Doug Cookston, Jerry Braud, and Eric Borgkvist.
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ch, Judy Searcy, Sally Ensmingerg Susan Sherrouse, Queen,
The Tigers were sent to New Orleans in fine style by
the donation of several interested business men in Monroe.
They stayed in the new Monteleone Hotel and literally lived
like "kings" for two days while in New Orleans. After placing
2nd in the 880 relay, and then being disqualified in the
440 relay, the Tigers came back strong to win lst place in
Members of the 880 Neville Relay Team, placing third
in the state meet with a best time of 'l:3O.3 and placing
second in the N.O.R.D. meet, were: Jerry Braud, Eric
Borgkvist, Gary Holt, and Freddy Moses.
the mile relay with a fine time of 3:26.5. The winning mile
relay team was made up of Eric Borgkvist, Ken Brazzel, Gary
Holt, and anchor man Jerry Braud who had to come from
behind to win. All the boys received nice trophies and cer-
tificates for participating in the meet. Needless to say, it
was a "fitting" climax to a fine track season.
Mile Relay Champs at N.O.R.D. Meet of Champions were:
fleft to rightl Eric Borgkvist, Ken Brazzel, Jerry Braud, and
Gary Holt. Their first place time was 3:26.5.
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A Tiger runner rounded first base after making a hit.
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The i964 Tiger baseball team consisted of these boys: front Gary Collier, Ronnie Factor, Pat Stewart, Don Smith, Johnny
row: Ken White, Gene Galligan, Tom Brown, Gary Jones, Lance Clay, Charles Floyd, Don Osborne, Joe Canal, Copelen Bradley.
Dreyer, Jay Eppinette, Scotty O'Neal, back row: Bill lrvine,
onclucles spring sports action.
Named golf lettermen for the 1964 season by Coach Hollis Garrett, Gordon Hesdorffer, and Stewart Causey.
were from left to right: Edward Solomon, Ray Mulhern, John
Under the leadership of Coach Hollis the 1964
golf team ended the season with a record of four
wins and three losses. Lettermen were Ray Mulern,
John Garrett, Gordon Hesdorffer, Stewart Causey,
and Edward Solomon with Jerry Album, Clark
Brimberry, and Russell McCue finishing out the
team. Highlights of the season were wins over
Byrd High of Shreveport, West Monroe, and
Bastrop. Ray Mulhern and John Garret received
college scholarships for their outstanding play.
Individual champion at the state tournament, Ray Mulhearn Set 6
course record on the LSU course.
upperclossmen dance amidst "Moonlight and
1964 Junior Merrie Jo Simomon served as a member of The
Carrying ouT The Theme chosen early in The
year-"MoonlighT and Roses"-The 1964 Junior
class hosTed The annual Senior Prom. Even Though
The Juniors had worked during The day deco-
rafing, They were sTill able To make The Virginia
Roof sway To The music of The ChanTels.
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will clean up after The decoraTors. Bob Rowan happened To be around aT
The right Time.
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Climaxing activities of the 1964 Y-Teens, spon-
sored by Mrs. Kilpatrick, the group invited all
faculty members to an appreciation tea held in
the living room of the home economics depart-
Pausing for a moment of refreshment and conversation during
the Y-Teen tea were Mr. Popham and Mr, Lytle.
Enioying a cup of punch served by Mrs. Richard Greene were Gayle Smith, and Katherine Glasgow.
from left to right: a YWCA Board Member, Mrs. Kilpatrick,
The annual FHA Mother-Daughter banquet tor
T964 was held at the Rendevous Restaurant. The
highlights of the evening were the-Most Out-
standing Home Economics Student Award, pre-
.,,,,,. sented to Wanda Langley, and the Homemaker
of Tomorrow Award, presented to Becky Parker-
Outgoing president, Wanda Langley, welcomed members and
guests to the banquet.
Wanda Langley presented awards to Becky Parkerson and Carol Genung, as Ginny Stark and Pasty Quarles look
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Enioying the annual FHA Mother-Daughter Banquet were Mary Tom Keller, Julie Amman, and Renee Breard.
F left 1 ri ht V'r " Peebe Sally Pierce Nancy Talbot Wanda
Las? year's officers Turned Yheir iobs over To able iuniors. rom o g : .1 game - , , ,
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Langley, Ginny Stark,
Dovie'Roberfs, Donna Porter, Donna Lomax, Cindy McDonough, Jane Wilkerson, PasTy Quarles, a y over
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After having presided over his last assembly as student council president, Steve Huffman
surrendered the gavel of leadership to Charles Williams.
Taking part in a field trip sponsored by the Science Club to
El Dorado were the following members: from left to right, front
row: Charles Frost, Jay Merten, Robert Evangelista, Lee Boud-
reaux, Nancy Pounds, Dawn Collier, Elise Trimble, Cindy Rowe,
Martha Allen, Gay Gannaway, Vicki Langford, Maryanne Hayes,
Terry Oglethorpe, Jimmy Kokinos, back row: Willard Kirste,
Gary Lee, John Armstrong, Bruce Stovall, David Correro, Dennis
Venable, Bill Irvine, Edward Dayton, Lane Allen, Kent Dean,
Mike Dispenza, Roy Boudreaux, Jim Mathis, Mr. Kulcke, sponsor.
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Leading cheers during a pep assembly before an important game was cheer-
leader Susan Sherrouse. ,
With the coming of spring life at Neville begins
to move faster. With graduation near increased
emphasis is placed on study. Not all the student's
Time is spent in study, l'lOWeVeI'j lOl' there Eire Serving as a consultant during the spring American-
ism Seminar sponsored by the social studies department
was newsman Mac Ward.
always athletic events, field trips, elections, and
banquets to climax the year's activities.
During the annual basketball awards banquet Coach Hollis presented various
trophies to outstanding players. Among the award winners was John Garrett.
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Abell, Hughes 47, 200
Abell, Nelson 46, 57, 178, 188
Fred 139, 192
Adams, George 72
Adams, Harriett 75, 178
Adams, Kay 39, 142
Adams, Linda 142
Adams, Sandra 55, 172
Beach, Debbie 200
Beach, Sonny 192
Bealle, Allen 68, 144
Bearden, Gene 192
Beaver, Debra 55, 74, 192
Beckett, Mary Eve 49, 55, 6
1, 64, 69,
Addison, Judy 64, 142, 178
Addison, Kathy 142
Albright, Toni 50, 142
Album, Jerry 142
Alger, Whitney 142
Alleman, Anne 200
Bee, Teresa 55, 179
Bell, Eddie 144
Bell, Skipper 145
Bell, Steve 179
Belmont, Jo Ann
Allen, Edward 115, 143
Allen, Heath 68, 200
Allen, Jane 66, 178
Allen, Lane 41, 59, 104, 143, 2
Allen, Lynne 55, 143, 162
Allen, Martha 59, 192, 222
Allen, Susan 55, 162, 178
Allen, Tim 100, 162, 192
Allen, Virginia 55, 162, 200
Amman, Fred 46, 57, 108, 116,
Amman, Julie 60, 143, 227
Anderson, Wayne 143
Andrews, John 200
Anspack, Carolyn 75, 143
Anzalone, Frank 200
Bennett, Peggy 145
Benton, Ashley 29, 49, 64,
Benton, Bette 55, 192
Brimberry, Clark 193
Brinson, Ann 55, 179
Britton, Carol 193
Brooks, J. Dodd 46, 58, 75, 97, 128
129,133,147, 212, 213, 214
Brooks, Jimmy 50, 72, 179
Brown, Carrie 179
Brown, Charles 200
Brown, Douglas 74, 193
Brown, Janet 55, 66, 75, 179
Brown, Joe H. 26, 179
Brown, Larry 147
Brown, Sandra 97, 147
Brown, Sharron 179
Brown, Susan 193
Brown, Tom 56, 58, 122, 193, 216
Benton, Richard 179
Betts, Bruce 192, 242
Betts, Steve 192, 242
Bewick, Bob 53, 200
Biedenharn, Jay 57, 179
Biegenwald, Bill 200
Bird, Kathy 76, 93, 145
Boggs, Judy 138, 200
Bolton, Judy 192
Bolton, Padg 192
Boudreaux, Avelie 69, 75, 179, 222
Boutwell, Barbara 50, 66, 145
Boutwell, Cheryl 50, 192
Boyce, Clark 200
Atkinson, Mary Ann 55, 192
Armstrong, Anne 143
Armstrong, Drew 178
Armstrong, Nancy 30, 64, 200
Boyd, Dianne 28, 55, 192
Boyett, Mike 58, 108, 119, 145
Bradley, Susan 179
Bradshaw, Linda 179
Bruce, Judy 55, 147
Bruce, Kerry 37, 138, 200
Brueek, Janet 65, 193
Bruscato, Mark 193
Bryan, Bill 59, 193
Bryan, James 149
Buckner, Betty 193
Bullock, Roy 69, 179
Bunn, Karen 55, 147, 200
Bunn, Lisa 53
Burdine, Marsha 6-4, 200
Burford, Lee 108, 120, 179
Burgess, Pamela 94, 126, 147
Burkett, David 61, 176, 179
Burkett, Margie 48, 68, 71, 74,
Burns, Glenn 67, 193
Burpo, Dianne 200
Larry 123, 200
Axen, Albert 192
Aycock, Joe 74, 200
Bailey, Pamela 192
Baker, David 58, 127, 128, 131, 143, 213
Baker, Judy 123, 138, 200
Baker, Pam 144
Baldo, Bonnie 54, 55, 144
Baldwin, Annette 178
Bancroft, Bonnie 47, 192
Barham, Mack 178
Tommy Lee 178
Barlow, David 192
Barlow, Sherry 200
David 50, 192
Barnett, Sarah Ann 48, 65, 192
er, Candy 69, 75, 144
Braley, Ken 68, 179
Branch, Judy 29, 55, 145
Branch, Karyn 200
Branch, Randy 47, 122
Branch, Sherry 82, 83, 145, 215
Brandt, Carol 75, 146
Brasher, Ronnie 146
Bratton, Beniamin 192
Braud, Beverly 33, 193
Brazzel, Kenny 46, 57, 58, 90, 139,
178,179, 213, 214, 215
Breard, Herbert 200
Breard, Linda 103, 146
Breard, Peggy 193
Breard, Renee 55, 146, 221
Sally 71, 179
Burrell, Tom 35, 148
Burt, Annette 64, 72, 179
Bushnell, Chad 193
Bushnell, David 193
Cahn, Steve 201
Cain, Candy 66, 201
Cain, Chuck 50, 72, 179
Cale, Fred 50, 52, 139, 193
Calhoun, John 179
Calhoun, Kathy 73, 74, 201
Campbell, Mike 123, 201
Campbell, Scotty 74, 75, 148
Campbell, Terry 55, 62, 148
Canales, Albert 201
Cantrell, Sheila 179
Carr, Buddy 193
Carso, Brenda 64, 65, 81, 124, 124
Barry, Bob 160, 178
Bartlett, Alphia 73, 200
Bass, Mary 47, 55, 192
Battistone, Linda 144
Baw, Olivia 73, 178
Brewer, Bill 179
Brewer, Mary 146
Brice, Jeanie 32, 76, 146
Bright, Jimmy 50, 193
Camille 64, 79, 96, 148
Carter, Dale 193
Carter, Jean 33, 55, 62, 148
Cascio, Carolyn 55
Cascio, Charles 75, 179
Dana, Ronald 48, 58, 102, 109, 116, 150
Ernst, Tim 194
Cascio, Sarah 55, 179, 193
Causey, Bill 25, 111, 179
Causey, David 201
Causey, Stewart 179, 217
Caverlee, Bill 47, 101, 133, 201
cespiva, Andrea 55, 193
Chambliss, Cynthia 134, 135, 179
Chapman, Philip 50, 193
Chappell, Bill 179
Chappell, Linda 64, 201
Charrier, John 180
Chennault, David 71, 108, 117, 180
Christmas, Robert 41, 59, 71, 193
Clark, Ronnie 58, 109, 114, 117, 127,
Clark, Vicki 55, iso
Clay, John 57, sa, 128, 131, 149, 216
Cumpton, Jo 180
Cumpton, Ronnie 201
Curry, Charles 46, 180
Curry, Kay 40, 55, 59, 201
Daigle, Marilyn 50, 180
Daniel, Danny 193
Davidson, Ronnie 58, 128, 132, 150
Byron 122, 181
Davis, Jack 193
Davis, Jennifer 65, 67, 201
Davis, Jimmy 201
Davis, John 53, 193
Davis, Lana 64, 201
Davis, Mike 133
Davis, Stephanie 181
Clay, Mike 193
Coates, Linda 68, 180
Tammy 5s,1oa,112,114, 149
Cobb, -Kathy 123, 138, 201
cobbjkenny sa, 109, 112, 113, 127,
Cobb, Roberta 55, 193
Cochran, Susan 55, 63, 67, 180
Cohn, Henry 180
Cole, Billy 53, 193
Cole, Danny 50, 193
Cole, Richard 68, 149
Coleman, Tommy 193
Coleman, Wilma 193
Collier, Dawn 68, 180, 222
Collier, Gary 180, 216
Collier, Larry B. 72
Conlin, Chris 180
Cookston, Doug 57, 108, 117,
213, 214, 212
Coon, Clyde 149, 158
Coon, Fred 39, 193
Dawson, Peggy 55, 193
Day, Cecil 122, 193
Dayton, Edward 39, 151, 222
Dayton, Pat 122, 193
Dean, Kent 74, 103, 151, 222
Decell, Dottie 28, 50, 151
Decelle, Chuck 181
Deiley, Roselyne 55, 193
DeMoss, Ronnie 109, 114, 127, 151
Denoux, Margaret 55, 201
Denoux, Marilyn 25, 39, 64, 66, 67,
Devereux, Sheila 193
Devereux, Tim 151
DeVille, Janey 181
Dickenhorst, Sherry 55, 69, 181
Dickens, Harold 181
Dillingham, Dianna 55, 181
Dillingham, Rita 55, 193
Dispenz, Mike 151, 222
Ditta, Sammy 201
Dixon, Linda 55, 181
Dixon, Linda 201
Dixon, Susan 181
Doles, Bonnie 67, 134, 137, 193
Coon, Kathy 67, 193
Cooper, Carole 55, 193
Domingues, Gale 55, 151
Doncer, Ray 122, 181
Dorhan, Charles 50, 70, 181
Correro, David 103, 149, 222
Correro, Linda 53, 193
Covington, Carol 55, 65, 66, 67, 201
Cowart, Margaret 193
Cox, Richard 180
Cox, Vickie 64, 201
Craft, Ann 34, 73, 149
Cranford, Kimmie 201
Crawford, Diane 150
Crawley, Gayle 180
Cromling, Kathleen 150
Cronk, Connie 50, 73
Crossland, Mary Beth 193
Crouch, Frank 150
Crow, Brenda 55, 150
Culpepper, Dorothy 48, 55, 193
Dotson, Sandra 64, 201
Dowd, Bridget 134, 137, 181
Downs, Joe 201
Dreyer, Lance 128, 133, 181, 216
Dubin, Charles 152
Duchesne, Alice Faye 64, 201
Duffey, Donna 59, 193
Dukes, Tom 181
Duncan, Denise 71, 181
Dunlap, Gary 201
Dupree, Thomas 50, 152
Durrett, Dra 123, 201
Dye, Naoma 27, 181
Easley, Martha 68, 181
Eason, Mary Ann 55, 65, 66,
Edwards Beverly 138, 201
Edwards, Sherry 181
Elizondo, Beto 194
Ellen, Johnny 68, 129, 181
Ellington, Susan 75, 152
Elliott, Cheryl 194
Ensminger, Rex Ill 181
Ensminger, Richard 67, 201
Eppinette, Jay 128, 130, 131
Ernst, Tom 70, 76, 181
Estes, Connie 21, 194
Fairbanks, Johnny 152
Fall, Amy 201
Fallin, Linda 181
Farmar, Debby 53, 201
Farr, Susan 55, 70,194
Faucett, Jimmy 47, 122, 194
Faulk, Trippett 201
Feeney, Deborah 134, 136, 1
Ferguson, Eileen 25, 181
Ferguson, Kathryn 75, 152
Ferguson, Larry 194
Fike, Valeria 53, 194
Finkbeiner, Dale 194
Fink, Georgiana 47, 55, 31,
Fisher, Ricky 53, 201
Fishman, Carla 201
Fister, Betty 153
Fister, Louis 53
Fitch, Martha 66, 181
Flanary, Steve 50, 70, 181
Fleischaker, Barbie 55, 194
Florshiem, Henry 122, 181
Floyd, Charles 46, 56, 99, 12
Dunn, Bill 46, 49, 56, 57, 58, 77, 96,
Dunn, Walter 56, 181
Dupont, Ricky 193
Dupree, Barbara 194
Dupree, Bertha 65, 194
Flynn, Larry 181
Folds, Liz 55, 69, 182
Ford, Tommy 182
Foster, Jodie 194
Fox, Mike 194
Fox, Sharon 59, 182
Francis, Ralph 194
Frankowicz, Herbie 129, 194
Frazier, Cheryl Anne
Frazier, Toby 194
Frazer, Jennifer 55, 74
Freeman, Charles 122
Frost, Charles 182, 222
Frost, James 194
Fryday, Edward 194
Fury, Charles, 123, 128
, 132, 181,
37, 138, 181
8, 130, 1a2,
Fury, Frank 123, 201
Futch, Jimmie 182
Futch, Susan 182
Galligan, Bill 194,
Galligan, Gene 46, 49, 57, 58, 76, 153
Gannaway, Gay 70, 194, 222
Gannaway, Jan 201
Garfield, Bill 57, 71, 139, 182, 213
Garlington, Jerry 194
Garlington, Judy 50, 194
Garrett, Linn 201
Gates, Peggy 72, 182
Gattis, Bill 182
Gentry, Donna 182
George, Brenda 55, 153
Gibson, Jerry 182
Gilchrist, Joan 55, 195
Gilchrist, Steve 109, 119
Gilliland, Dan 28, 50, 51, 153
Gilliland, Nanci 153
Gilmore, Jackie 59, 70, 153
Glasgow, Katherine 55, 72, 75,
Glenn, Pamela 50, 195
Glenn, Walker 53, 123, 201
Hamel, Phyllis 195
Hamilton, Jan 195
Hammons, Linda 195
Hammonds, Jerry 50
Hammonds, Ann 202
Hammonds, Harvey 183
Hammons, Nancy 55, 195
Hamner, Lynn 72, 75, 183
Haneline, Ronnie 183
Hanks, Ann 64, 155
Hanna, Elaine 64, 77, 155
Hansen, Mark 123, 133, 202
Hansen, Steve 155
Hardy, Linda 183
Hargiss, Mickey 183
Hargiss, Bucky 122, 195
Hargus, Carol 71, 183
Harmon, Frank 59, 202
Harper, Mickey 48, 47, 56, 57, 59, 61,
77, 94, 155, 188
Harris, Joan 55, 65, 195
Harrison, David 156, 174, 213
Harrison, Debbie 64, 202
Godwin, Leila 182
Goldman, Marylin 153
Gonzales, Denise 182
Gonzales, Theresa 195
Goodwin, Kathy 154
Goyne, Byron 201
Goyne, Joe 57, 154
Hart, Mark 123, 202
Hart, Mike 183
Hart, Randy 195
Harvey, Rah 156
Hathaway, Ann 64, 75, 183
Hathorn, Joy 195
Hayes, Maryanne 59, 195, 222
Hesdorffer, Gordon 156, 217
Grant, Joe Bailey 154
Gray, Diane 65, 154
Greene, Linda 64, 201
Greenlee, Jimmy 58, 154, 213
Greenwood, Sandra 73, 183
Gregory, Kyle 50, 75, 195
Greshan, Marshall 201
Griffin, Amy 50, 201
Grigsby, Judy 30, 183
Guice, Lydia 138, 201
Guerriero, True 59, 123, 202
Guillot, Marie A. 69, 154
Gulley, Sunnye 55, 155
Gunn, Keith 108, 120, 183
Hayward, Alex 109, 120, 183
Heard, Charles 183
Heard, Kathy 74, 202
Heflin, Bobby 25, 26, 183
Heflin, Petey 202
Heimgartner, Lenny 47, 122, 195
Hendricks, Jane 73
Hendricks, Sheryle 55, 73, 156
Henry, Jimmy 183
Henry, Sandra 202
Herrell, Bruce 156
Herrell, Rande 55, 74, 202
Hines, Susie 55, 71, 183
Hixon, Delaine 50, 65, 202
Hochstetler, David 47, 57, 58, 70, 100,
Hodge, Barbara 183
Hodges, Betty 75, 156
Hogue, Mack 183
Holden, Debbie 53, 195
Holden, Tom 42, 157
Holdsworth, Carol 195
Holler, Dorothy 195
Holloway, Pat 27, 184
Holloway, Sandy 202
Holmes, Bobby 184
Holmes, Kitty 55, 195
Hood, Janet 39, 46, 55, 184
Hood, Jimmy 123, 202
Hoodemaker, Julia 39, 157
Hooton, Bobby 123, 202
Horton, Margaret 64, 202
Houston, Vernon 50, 52, 58,
Hover, Salley 65, 69, 157, 221
Howard, Judy 65, 138, 202
Howell, Ron 202
Howell, Sally 37, 203
Hudson, Pam 195
Hudson, Sandra 55, 184
Huffman, Carol 64, 74, 203
Hull, Linda 203
Hull, Rebecca 55, 70, 184
Humble, Tracy 50, 203
Hunnicutt, Lawrence 23, 50
Hunnicutt, Margaret 75
Hunnicutt, Mary Louise 70, 184
Husted, Carroll 195
lnabnet, Jay 195
Inabnett, Caroline 184
Ingram, Alan 123, 203
lrby, Scotty 184
Irvin, Joel 122, 195
Jackson, Jenny 64, 67, 101, 2
Jackson, John 195
Jackson, Nora 157
Jacka, Susan 195
Higgins, David 202
Guyton, Don 128, 183
Guyton, Thomas 133, 202
Haddad, Billy 57, 183
Haddad, Lynn 77, 155
Haddox, Larry 53, 183
Theda Jo 64, 73, 75, 155
Hale, Brenda 183
Hewitt, Frank 122, 123, 202
Hibbard, Mike 122, 195
Hickman, Doug 47, 57, 59, 70,
108, 120, 195
Hickman, Wade 202
Hicks, Charlotte 183
Higginbotham, Jimmy 128, 132, 195
Jacobs, Judy 55, 195
Jarrnon, Buddy 195
Jernigan, Jimmy 50, 195
Johns, Hank 203
Johns, Susan 39, 105, 157
Johnson, Charles 59, 203
Johnson, Chris 50, 70, 195
Johnson, Judith 59, 184
Hall, Richard 50, 52, 183
Higgins, Larry 34, 183
Halley, Barbara 202
Halley, Esther 202
Halley, Michael 183
Halley, Patricia 46, 55, 59, 64, 71, 183
Hallmark, Vicki 56, 67, 155
High, Susan 183
Hilton, Claude 122, 183
Hilton, Marsha 55, 70, 183
Hilton, Ronnie 123
Hines, Johnny 48, 195
Jones, Charles 184
Jones Danny 203
Jones, Evaline 55, 203
Jones Floyd 195
Jones, Sharon 66, 203
Joyce Kay 55,157
Keith, Helen 184
Keko, Susan 203
Keller, Mary Tom 33, 55, 56, 71, 184,
Keller, Suzanne 67, 69, 75, 184
Kellogg, Bill 184
Kellogg, Branton 184
Kelly, Art 185
Kelly, SuSu 185
Kemp, Mike 48, 95, 157
Kern, Joe 50, 52, 185
Kersey, Jerry 195
Kersey, John 158
Key, Billy 195
Key, Ronnie 185
Kiese, Frank 195
Kilcoyne, Mike 56, 58, 109, 116, 195
Kilgore, Kay 55, 62, 69, 185
Kilpatrick, Susan 48, 59, 67, 70, 71
King, Donna 55, 185
King, Wendy 195
Kinney, Ouida 185
Kiper, Dottie 20, 55, 70, 195
Kiper, Janet 185
Kirste, Willard 50, 195, 222
Kitchens, Reggie 185
Kitchingham, Charles 50, 60, 203
Kokinos, Deno 66, 195
Kokinos, Jimmy 158, 222
Kokinos, Mary 203
Kotz, Sissy 55, 185
Kozlosky, Freddy 53, 203
Kozlosky, Patsy 34, 73, 158
Kramar, Mark 195
Krepper, Martha 50, 51, 158
Kulinski, Janet 66, 195
Kulinski, Marion 129, 158
Kurtz, Barbara 50, 90, 195
LaBorde, Reni 203
Ladshaw, Henry 185
LaGrange, Arah 158
LaGrange, Art 22, 195 Q
Lancaster, Michael 72, 76, 203
Lance, Myla 55, 195
Langley, Teresa 61, 69, 71, 185
Larkin, Robin 65, 203
Lary, Susan 55, 65, 138, 203
Lastrapes, George 50, 156
Laudenheimer, Jimmie 123, 133, 203
Law, David 196
Law, Linda 203
Lawrence, Jeff 159
Lawrence, Romand 196
Laws, Steve 50, 185
Leckie, Curtis 122, 196
Lee, Donna 73, 185
Lee, Gilbert 50, 52, 185
Lee, Laine 196
Lee, Robert 159
Lee, Sarah 73, 185
Leigh, Nancy 203
Lerner, Martin 185
Licht, Gary 159
Liles, Arthur 70, 185
Liles, Jerry 63, 156, 159
Lindsey, Mona 61, 196
Lindsey, Suzette 64, 185
Liner, Jeff 21, 47, 203
Link, Karen 55, 185
Little, Hope 50, 203
Lockhart, Billy 67, 185
Lockhart, Jim 196
Lockhart, Monty 74
Loftin, Linda 138, 203
Loker, Nancy 55, 196
Lomax, Donna 47, 55, 65, 66, 159, 221
Lowrey, Ken 24, 133, 203
Lowrey, Harriet 49, 55, 64, 66, 159
Lutz, Frederick 60, 67, 71, 185
McAdams, Doris 203
McBride, Susie 47, 49, 77, 92, 103, 159
McCartney, Connie 196
McCarty, Chris 203
McCarty, George 60, 123, 203
McConothy, Carolyn 74
McCook, Jenny 185
McCoy, Vernon 50, 185
McCue, James Robert 196
McCue, Russell 159
McDonough, Cindy 55, 65, 66, 196, 221
McDonough, Terry 55, 66, 203
McDuff, Al 68, 77, 160
McDuffie, Steve 122, 185
McFadden, Doug 139, 185
McGee, David Y. 160
McGee, Ron 160
McGough, Martha 31, 138, 203
McGrift, James 160
McHenry, Warren 196
McKenzie, Gail 196
McKinley, Karen 53, 203
McLain, Charles 160, 75
McPhail, Gwen 69, 196
McPherson, Bruce 203
McRae, Dan 53, 213
McRae, Ken 160
McSherry, Bill 37, 101, 123, 133, 203
McSherry, Robert 56, 91, 93, 109, 112,
McWilliams, Mickie 55, 85
Mabray, Melinda 67, 161
Mabray, Pat 122, 196
Mabray, Pat 201
Maddux, Shirley 138, 74, 203
Magruder, Don 185
Mantrozos, Donna 65, 203
Mantrozos, Linda 55, 185
Marcovitz, Sharyn 55, 203
Marsala, Andy 56, 71, 196
Marsh, Mack 75, 128, 131, 161
Marshall, Connie 73, 161
Martien, Jamie 76, 161
Martien, Nell 64, 138, 203
Martien, Norman 161
Martin, Susan 40, 70, 59, 196
Marx, Paul 47, 70, 128, 196
Marx, Peggy 126, 161
Masters, James 74, 196
Massey, Linda 64, 75, 185
Masur, Louis 68, 196
Masur, Sharon 55, 186
Mathis, Floye Ann 74, 196
Maupin, Susan 32, 196
Maxwell, Marilynn 55, 196
Maxwell, Max 76, 203
Maynard, Mike 161
Mayo, Suzanne 67, 203
Mays, Robert 203
Mears, James 50, 69, 162
Mears, Ray 196
Medak, Judy 203
Meek, Paula 32, 55, 61, 64, 71, 186
Meeks, Ray 186
Mehl, Jackie 196
Mickel, Diana 55, 73, 203
Middleton, Debbie 197
Middleton, Phyllis 59, 162
Miles, Margaret 46, 55, 64, 71, 186
Miller, Charles 197
Milner, Louis 186
Milner, Pam 203
Minninger, Linda 55, 203
Mingledorgg, Dana 162
Mintz, Andy 203
Mintz, Steve 197
Moncla, Stephen 76, 162
Moncrief, Clint 50, 197
Moncrief, Keith 122, 197
Moncrief, Monty 58, 109, 118, 186
Montgomery, Cheryle 186
Moore, Donny 203
Moore, James 197
Moore, Linda 55, 70, 162
Moore, Richard 162
Moreau, Donna 214
Morse, Sheryll 204
Moses, Owen 185
Mouk, Kathy 55, 134, 137, 197
Mulhearn, Joe 197
Mulhearn, Tommy 37, 204
Mullens, Larry 21, 105, 163
Mullen, Mike 58, 66, 111
Mullins, Georgia 186
Mullins, Thad 50, 51, 104, 163
Munholland, Herbert 163
Murphy, Ann 55, 70, 100, 197
Murphy, James 204
Murphy, Kerry 197
Myatt, Mary 55, 99, 186
Myers, Haywood 197
Myles, Linda 197
Namie, Joe 197
Nelson, John 197
Newcomer, Donnie 50, 186
Nolan, Beverleye 186
Nolan, Mike 197
Nolen, Mark 50, 197
Norman, Sally 197
Norris, James 163
Nowell, Joan 197
Nowell, John 204
Odom, Kay 55, 59, 70, 197
Oglethorpe, Terry 50, 197, 222
Oliver, Robert 204
Olmstead, Bill 204
Olmstead, Eddie 186
Olsan, Ann 204
O'Neal, Scott C. 58, 163, 216
O'Neal, Jimmy 21, 58, 130, 163, 213
Osborne, Mickey 122, 197
Otnott, Kay' 55, 65, 197
Otwell, Herb 197
Overton, Carole 50, 163
Overton, John 70, 128, 133, 186
Pace, Toni 64, 204
Packer, Ricky 122, 197
Packer, Ronnie 122, 197
Pettis, Sam 204
Phillips, Dolores, 55, 197
Phillips, Steve 187
Phillips, Wanda 55, 168, 187
Plair, Betty 55, 65, 204
Planchard, Greg 122, 187
Plummer, Crawford 187
Poe, Freddy 165
Polen, Mary Ellen 64, 74, 204
Polk, Aaron 50, 67, 127, 197
Polk, Mary Eleanor 50, 52, 165
Poole, Elizabeth 59, 204
Pope, Dick 165
Pope, Sherry 204
Popham, Jimmy 50, 165
Porter, Donna 46, 55, 62, 65, 165, 218
Porter, Linda 55, 66, 187
Porter, Rett 49, 67, 139, 187, 213
Posey, Carole Ann
Posey, Jerry 187
Posey, Jimmy 187
Pounders, Angie 47, 70, 134, 137, 197
Pounders, Pat 72, 165
Pounds, Nancy 55, 64, 69, 75, 187, 222
Powell, Greg 50, 66, 197
Price, Mary 55, 197
Prichard, Lawrence 50, 187
Pugh, Penny 42, 187
Purdy, Nelda 144, 135, 136, 187
Quarles, Patsy 65, 187, 220, 221
Rainwater, Stacy 123, 204
Rambin, Dot 50, 51, 134, 138, 187
Rasch, Mickey 165
Reed, Donna 55, 166
Ray, Mac 23, 62, 197
Robinson, Bobby H. 167
Robinson, Cheryl 59, 187
Robinson, Dickey 50, 189
Robinson, Don 205
Robinson, Neil 74, 197
Rogers, Elizabeth 197
Rogers, Jimmie 69, 104, 167
Rogers, Mary Lynn 55, 197
Rogers, Norma 205
Rogers Ryan 59
Rogers, Steven 205
Rogers, Vernon 167
Rorex, Janna 135, 187
Rosenberg, Joe 167
Rosenberg, Jackie 66, 122, 123, 205
Ross, Don 122, 197
Routt, Rusty 205
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Rowan, Lela 167
Rowe, Cindy 48, 50, 53, 64, 74, 75, 95,
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Rowe, Suzanne 50, 135, 197
Ruddick, Delane 55, 187
Russell, Leigh 59, 197
Russel, Ronnie 197
Salinas, Murray 109, 121
Salisbury, John 77, 168, 213
Salisbury, Marianne 75, 198
Salter, Cheryl 28, 198
Sampognaro, Carmela 28, 32, 55, 190
Sampognaro, Joe 205
Sampognaro, Pamela 198
Sampognaro, Vincent 53, 105
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Pappas, Ellen 204
Parker, Barbara 64, 67, 164
Parker, Bill 164
Parker, Dan 123
Parrino, Barbara 197
Parrish, Kathy 55, 59, 204
Mina 134, 136, 186
Parsons, Harold 122, 187
Parsons, Susan 33, 164, 156
Patterson, Carole 197
Patterson, JoAnne 55, 67, 164
Patterson, Mike 164
Patterson, Robert 122, 197
Pearson, Mike 47, 57, 58, 102,
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Perry, Douglas 123, 204
Perry, Martha 197
Perry, Rowland. 122, 187
Perryman, Jerry 204
Peters, Glenn 187
Petterson, Jan 204
Rea, Barbara 48, 197
Rea, Margaret 55, 166
Read, Sherry 64, 204
Reardon, Will 59, 71, 187
Redding, Buzz 24, 108, 113, 166
Reed, Donna 55, 166
Reis, Mike 197
Reis, Scotty 68, 76, 166
Reitzell, Judy 197
Reliac, Mary Lou 55, 187
Reppond, Phillip 197
Reynolds, Jo Jean 204
Reynolds, Mary 55, 166
Richards, Marcy 204
Richards, Pam 55, 187
Richardson, Rita 55, 66, 205
Richie, Mike 74, 197
Riddle, Brenda 47, 57, 88, 125, 12
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Robertson, Jennie 55, 205
Robertson, Nancy 205
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Sanders, Vicki 198
Savage, Jan 198
Savage, Johnny 187
Scallan, Nettie 198
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Schonau, Clair 50, 198
Schonlau, Lisa 50, 198
lhubert, Chris 168
Scruggs, Mary 64, 75, 187
Seale, Brent 122, 198
Seale, Sandy 55, 69, 187
Searcy, Steve 47, 198
Sepulvado, Jessie 104, 168
Sepulvado, Tim 187 .
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Shaver, Kathy 182, 188
Shaw, Bo 188
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Sheffield, Larry 29, 58, 109, 116, 7
Shelton, Sherry 55, 198
Shepherd, Teresa 50, 188
Sherman, Kathy 55, 188
Sherman, Mary 75
Sherrouse, Ann 123, 205
Sherrouse, Jane 134, 136
Shields, Gary 53, 205
Shlosman, Don 188
Shoudy, Allen 198
Shoudy, Patty 205
Shows, Mike 188
Simmons, Gary 205
Simonton, Merrie Jo 126, 169, 188, 218
Simpson, Sally 205
Sims, Jerry 198
Slakter, Alan 123, 205
Slakter, Debbie 135, 188
Slaughter, Jim 198
Smith, Alyce 32, 87, 124, 169
Smith, Barbara 64, 188
Smith, Bob 56, 71, 129, 198
Smith, Buddy 198
Smith, Chuck 188
Smith, Don 23, 67, 117, 198, 216
Smith, Franklin 169
Smith, Glenda 74, 205
Smith, Glenda 63, 169
Smith, Glenn 129
Smith, Harry 129, 198
Smith, Jim 169
Smith, Larry 169
Smith, Len 31
Smith, Lynn 55, 198
Smith, Petey 129, 198
Smith, Ray 169
Smith, Roger 188
Smith, Steve 198
Smith, Tommy 199
Smull, Bobby 205
Snapp, Lala 188
Snellings, Frank 199
Snively, Tesa 34, 67, 205
Snodgrass, Janice 205
Solomon, Edward 170, 217
Southwell, Ann 55, 65, 205
Spargo, Betty Jo 23, 55, 134, 135, 136,
Spargo, Donna 46, 55, 60, 99, 178, 188
Spatafora, Ann 199
Spight, Sue 75, 170
Spurgeon, John 50, 72
Stanhope, David 56, 59, 70, 71, 98, 139,
Stanley, Ted 75, 170
Stark, Ginny 65, 120, 220, 221
Statham, Butch 122, 199
Stevenson, Janet 65, 199
stewart, David 47, 56, 108, na, 199
Stewart, Kathy 205
sfewan, Linda 73, 205
Stewart, Pat 188
Stewart, Scott 58, 68, 109, 115, 170
Stoer, Erik 199
Stoer, Jan 205
Stone, Jett 59, 66, 199
Stone, Kaki 55, 189
Stone, Susan 55, 66, 67, 70, 199
Storms, Mark 170
Strausser, Mike 171, 188
Strickland, Dee 70, 171
Strickland, Gary 21, 53, 205
Stuart, Martin 205
Stuart, Melanie 59, 171
Stubbs, John 205
Stuckey, Barbara 199
Suddith, Sallie 74, 199
Suomi, Karl 189
Sutton, Teddy 133, 205
Swanson, Margaret 205
Swayze, Marc 21, 53, 205
Talley, Joe 199
Tarrance, Jimmy 160, 189, 213
Turner, Ty 108, 121, 189
Turpin, Jeff 42, 173
Twiner, Pam 205
Ullman, Carol 55, 60, 69, 189
Usrey, Sherry 50, 189
Usrey, Tommy 69, 189
Vanderpool, Janet 104, 126, 173
Vanderpool, Lee 67, 205
Varnado, Jimmy 53, 199
Varnado, Judy 50, T89
Vaughan, Kitty 55, 189
Vaughan, Mary 55, 205
Vaughan, Warren 205
Venable, Dennis 42, 49, 56, 58, 68, 92
109, 112, 127,173, 222
Vick, Susan 199
Vincent, Ann 138, 205
Vinson, Lynn 189
Vinson, Speedy 122, 199
Vogel, Eric 50, 66, 199
Wadley, Harriet 53, 199
Wadley, Robin 73, 173
Tarver, Jay 53, 199
Taylor, Betsy 55, 66, 69, 74, 199
Taylor, Bill 199
Taylor, Eddie 205
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Taylor, Sally 199
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Taylor, Sherry 199
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Wagley, Jeanne 64, 74, 205
Wagley, Mark 189
Waldrop, Sarah 55, 74, 205
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Walker, Frank 123, 133, 205
Walker, Joe 50, 189
Walker, Karen 189
Walker, Marianne 66, 205
Wallace, Buddy 23, 122, 199
Wallace, Charles 67, 122, 199
Walpole, Barbara 73, 173
Temple, Judy 189
Terrell, Joe 171
Terzia, Cynthia 199
Theus, Ed 172
Thomas, Albert 53, 205
Thomas, Charles 172
Thompson, Linda 64, 75, 189
Thrift, Butch 189
Ticheli, Michael 199
Tillery, Betty 64, 172
Tippit, Bobby 122, 199
Tippit, Gayle 64, 205
Tipton, Bill 172
Tolar, Jean 55, 205
Tonore, George 129, 199
Touchstone, Dickie 123, 205
Trent, Bobby 172
Trimble, Becky 46, 77, 98, 172
Trimble, Elise 42, 68, 189, 222
Truett, James 173
Tucker, Dana 24, 55, 124, 189
Tuey, Ronnie 34, 189
Turnage, Kaye 189
Turner, Chris 128, 132
Turner, Judy 199
Walton, Randy 123, 205
Ward, Dennis 189
Ware, Tommy 75, 189
Warlick, Dianne 206
Warner, Amos 174
Weeks, Linda 66, 67, 189
Weaver, Mike 122, 123, 206
West, Barbara 55, 206
West, Don 139, 189
West, Sharon 55, 189
Westbrook, Susan 55, 56, 206
Whatley, Ned 158, 174
Wheeler, JoAnne 206
Clyde 46, 57, 189
Janet 33, 47, 56, 64, 174
Larry 68, 76,174
Tommy 71, 76, 199
Whitlock, James 50
Whitlow, George 190
Wilbert, Janet 190
Wilder, Connie 55, 199
Wilder, Susan 55, 61, 174
Willis, Gary 61, 175
Williams, Alan 139, 190
Williams, Bonita 55, 74, 150
' Williams, Carol 190
Wiley, Donny 50,
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Willard, Linda Kay
Willey, Susan 55,
Williams, Charles 46, 47, 49,
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Williams, Jim 199
Williams, Linda 50, 51, 105, 1
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Williams, Sally 123, 206
Williams, Susan 47, 55, 206
Williamson, Mimi 55, 75, 190
Wilson, Billy 190
Winborne, Ronnie 109, 118, 199
Windham, Peggy 50, 53, 70, 75, 175
Wingo, Kenneth 175
Wittlief, Claude 190
Wolcott, Georgann 55, 190
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