North Little Rock High School - Wildcat Yearbook (North Little Rock, AR)
- Class of 1962
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"What wouldst thou have? I am ready to obey thee as thy slave,
and the slave of all those who have that lamp in their hands, bothI
and the other slaves of the lamp."
These words of the genie within Aladdin's lamp are the language
of our own wonderful lamp - the Lamp of Learning. And the genie
who rises when we polish that lamp is the immortal Spirit of Wildcat
For sixty years he has risen to ask NLRHS students "What would
you have '?" For all those years he has said "I am ready to obey thee
as thyi slave" to faithful Wildcats who were willing to appear on cold
fall mornings at 7:30 to practice half-time marching formations for
Friday night's game - or a club meetingg to work all day Saturday as
a Candy Striper - or a cross country runnerg to "burn the midnight
oil" for a Science Fair project or write a senior themeg to "walk a
hundred miles" selling advertising to pay for publications or senior
activitiesg to inspire athletes giving of time, talent, and strength
above and beyond the call of duty.
He is the Spirit that urges each to give his best - not just his
minimum - to a nation fighting for its life, its way of life. He is the
Spirit that will see our dreams and hopes fulfilled by steadfast
courage and determinationg for we have learned that today is
yesterday's tomorrow, and tomorrow the future is ours to command.
So it is with sincerest gratitude and esteem that the Publications
Staff dedicates this 1962 issue of the Wildcat to The Spirit of Wildcat
Hill, and to "all those who have fhisl lamp within their hands."
I respect faith, but doubt is
what gets you an education...Mazner
President A. O. MEREDITH
Vice-President MILTON RHODES .Secretary LEON HOLSTEAD
The North Little Rook School System is operated
with the aid of these six business and professional
on o men. They serve their city, without pay, so that
it may offer the best educational standards to its
students. By selecting the best qualified teachers
for each instructional position they raise the cur-
riculum-of the schools.
Mr. Ball is also president of the Arkansas School
Member HURSHELL BALL Member J. HARROD BERRY Member BRANCH T, FIELDS
cnorth fittle epoch
MR. F. BRUCE WRIGHT
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Senior Sfzgh School
MR. GEORGE E. MILLER
Bachelor of Science
Pennsylvania State Teachers College
Master of Arts
New York University, New York City
cpulvlic School Syotem
MR. F. BRUCE WRIGHT
Bachelor of Arts
Henderson State Teachers College
Master of Arts
George Peabody College
MR. GEORGE E. MILLER
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To aid the students in selecting courses, solving
problems pertaining to school or family life, or any other
difficulty which may arise, certain faculty members have
assumed this responsibility.
Among these are the faculty advisers and super-
visors, the dean of boys, the dean of girls, the guidance
counselors, the librarian, the supervisor of instructional
supplies for the audio-visual aids department, and the
student council and publications faculty advisers.
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MISS MERDITH LANDERS
Bachelor of Science
State Teachers College
Conway, Master of Science
University of Arkansas,
MRS. T. L. BLEDSOE
Assistant Guidance Counselor
Bachelor of Arts
Keuka College, Penn Yan,
Master of Education
MRS. CHARLES CARPENTER
Bachelor of Arts, Texas
Woman's University, Denton
MRS. VADA COVYAN
Dean of Girls
Bachelor of Arts
Henderson Teachers College,
Arkadelphiag Master of Arts,
Peabody College, Nashville,
MR. RAYMOND BURNETT
Dean of Boys
Bachelor of Arts,
State Teachers College,
Conway: Master of Arts,
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MISS KATYE LOU RUSSELL MRS. LESTER BICKFORD MRS. GARLAND BEAVERS
Faculty Adviser for Supervisor for School Supervisor for Audio-Visual
Student Publications Supply Store Instructional Materials
MRS. MARGARET MCCLOSKEY
Secretary to the Principal
MRS. DONNA O'PRY LYNN
Faculty Adviser for
V Student Council
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Faculty Adviser for
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AIRS. RIADGIQ AllLLSi-XPPS AIRS. GIQRALDINIZ GOLDEN
MRS. MARY LUIS MAI
Secretary to the
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Vocational Arts Building
Physical Educ ation Building
Spirit ran high at the beginning
of the season .... the
field was prepared for action
and the coaches prepared the
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They said we'd have to work our way up ...... and
we did as the hopeful seniors wait in the iengthy line
for their Senior rings,
Spirit ran high at the beginning of school and we
threw ourselves into our work .... but as the year
went on some of just slept through those facinating
We 'crammed' . . . . food and knowledge, all in our
short lunch hours but when Senior Breakfast time rolled
around we laid aside our books and concentrated on the
old adage, "eat, drink and be merry!"
Our school took on new faces . . .
the campus with the fine, white coat
of snow and the old piano with its new,
fresh coat of varnish. f
There were assemblies, inductions, and
Even after a few months of school some Sophomores
remained bewildered with high school life.
S o m e conformed
and really "backed"
their candidates while
individual ists .
After the school year got on the road, we hit
the road, too, following the football team and giving
support with our music and cheers. At the end of
the season the hard-working football team was honor-
ed at the annual banquet where they received, among
other things, their football blankets.
The classwork rolled along, too, as we
combined hydrogen and oxygen and came out
with waterg we combined class time and radio
and came out with an unforgettable experience
of listening to astronaut John Glenn, Jr. on
his history-making "Tour" of the realm just
about 150 miles above the earth. With all
this, we found time to send the traditional
Valentines to our friends via Student Council.
The Musical Varieties time of the year rolled around
The other choirs and choruses presented parts of the Musical
Varieties, each section singing songs of various things. The production
was work, the work was fun, andthe fun was rewarding to the members
of the cast in the "best M.V. production ever at N.L.R."
one rainy evening in March as the members of the N.L.R.
choirs sang their hearts out as they presented exerpts from
Rogers KL Hammerstein's production of "Oklahoma!" This
part of the program was done by the Senior Choir and the
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has learned and be content therewith...Marcus Aurelius
Introduction to Language Arts
Introduction to Math-Science
Introduction to Fine Arts
Speech and Drama
Introduction to Physical Education
Language is one of the greatest non-physical
barriers separating men. It is the base upon
which we must work to promote international
understanding and in turn international good will.
We must be able to make ourselves understood
as well as to understand.
NLRHS encourages students to learn more
about themselves and others by offering courses
in English, Latin, Ere meh, Spanish, and Journalism.
The Journalism and English classes seek to
establish a basis of language and literature that
is common to all English speaking peoples.
The foreign language courses not only teach
the language, but also gives the students an oppor-
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"On Noun, on Verb, on Adjectives and AdverlQ!s."'. ."" Sophomore Sonya Mason
and daily life of our Various world neighbors na- displays her English project which showsf,tth'e relation of words in a sentence.
tive to the land speaking that language.
MISS KATYE LOU RUSSELL MRS. SARAH HELMS MRS. MARIAN PHILLIPS
Head Of the Department Of Head of the Department of Languages Head of the Department of English
Journalism Bachelor of Arts, State Teachers Bachelor of Arts, Central State
Bachelor of Arts, Ouachita Collgge, Cgnwgy College, Edmond, Oklahoma
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In France it's French, in Spain it's Spanish,
but in the United States the national language is
English. By borrowing words from the German
language, Latin, and the Anglo-Saxon dialects and
mixing them all together, the result is English.
Thus the United States has become the melting pot
for many cultures and many languages.
The United States is truly blessed with having
English as its national language, for it is now spoken
by some two-hundred million people and was singled
out after World War II to become the international
MRS. JEANETTE MCCORMACK MR. RAY POINDEXTER
Bachelor of Arts, State Bachelor of Science in
Teachers College, Conway Education,
Master of Arts, University of Southwest Missouri State
Arkansas, Fayetteville College, Springfield, Missouri
MRS. MILDRED BONNER MRS. ELIZABETH CALLAWAY
Bachelor of Arts in Dramatics Bachelor of Science, State
Arts and Speech Teachers College, Conway
Mary Washington of the
University of Virginia
language spoken by all.
Few A m e r i o a n s realize what an important
language they have inherited. But, after studying
it three years under the guidance such as that
offered at NLRHS they understand that it is more
than just a murmur of words. They then realize
that it is not enough to be able to speak it correctly,
but write it as well. Also this must be done ef-
fectively, colloquially, and formally.
The English Department of NLRHS places in the
students' hands the tool with which their success
and happiness may someday depend - the know-
ledge of his great
MRS. J. J. CASPER
Bachelor of Arts in English
St. Paul, Minnesota
borrowed language - English.
MRS. LYNN TARKINGTON
Bachelor of Science in
University of Arkansas
MRS. SUE PERRY
Bachelor of Science in Education
Arkansas State Teachers College,
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"Out, out brief candle...", and out go the lights, as the Senior
English students watch Shakespcare's "Macbeth" come to life
MlSS JULIE SAELER MRS. EMOGINE WETHERINGTON MR. L. D. EPPINETTE, Jr.
English English English
Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science in Education Bachelor of Arts, Ouachita College
University of Arkansas, Southern State, Arkadelphia, Bachelor of Science,
Fayetteville Magnolia Purdue University, Lafayette,
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All right, Caesar, just for that you can make your own pizzas...
Pat Donaldson threatens Ronny Franks.
reat Qaeda r'.o Qhoot
Aw come on Caesar twist a ain Jim Ma
"Perhaps of all the creation of man language is the
most astonishing," said Strachey. And since Latin is
considered the Mother language a study 0. it always
proves quite interesting. Why? It is the key to civi-
In ancient times the monks and poets preserved the
literature of their period not in their everyday language
but in Latin. Thus it was to be able to translate it.
Even today most of the noted scientists, scholars, and
other dignitaries are well acquainted with Latin.
Latin at NLRHS is a two year course. In the first
year a sizable vocabulary, declension of nouns, and
the conjugation of verbs are studied. During the second
a review and advancement of the first year is made.
After completing two years of Latin, the student
knows much about the customs of the people of Rome,
the tragedy of Caesar, and the fall ofthe Roman Empire.
Thus he has studied not only a foreign language,but
history and literature as well.
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MRS. B. F. ALLBRIGHT begs Caesar, Ronny Franks.
Bachelor of Arts
Hendrix College, Conway
No, you can't date any of my daughters..
Kathryn Flake informs Caesar.
VK hen you get to Earth ask to see their leader - Spanish students learn correct pronunciation in the
Our southern neighbor is the continent ofthe Spanish
language. The Spanish established colonies in the early
sixteenth century and these settlements still show the
influence of the home land, Spain.
The study of this gay and colorful language has
double purpose, not only do the students learn how to
speak the language of our friends, but also broaden
their outlook of the world around us.
The study of Spanish at NLRHS is divided into
two partsg first year and second year students learn
tense and conjugation of verbs, pronouns, subjects,
objects, and reflexives.
Spanish contains many of the pitfalls in under-
standing and usage as our English language does.
These problems help a Spanish student become abetter
A gaily decorated room awaits every class along
with a Spanish speaking penpal. The practice in trans-
lating these letters is fun as well as stimulating and
educational. Spanish holidays are celebratedwith dances,
songs and stories. Oral book reports are given in
Spanish and classes are also conducted in Spanish. All
this is to create a world-wide interest in our neighbors.
Spanish students on Wildcat Hill are equipped with
not only a knowledge of the Spanish language but a better
understanding of the lands and the customs of other
MRS. BERNICE HUNT
Bachelor of Arts, Hendrix,
Conwayg Master of Education,
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
cviva Qt fore!
If this bean jumps, I'm taking up French! Los Gatos Espanoles
dine at Mexico Chiquito.
Bobby Sanders and Judy Hamilton contemplate the ladder of advance-
ment's admonition: "If you can wag a foreign tongue you can reach
a higher rung."
jf! o-all greek fo qne.
Susan Rhodes and Richard Moore illustrate "Je ferme la
porte" and "J'ouvre la fenetral'
Like the other foreign languages at N,L,R,H.S.,
the study of French is divided into atwo-year course.
During the first year a general working vocabulary,
conjugation of verbs, and a study of verb tenses
acquaint the students with the language. Second
year classes begin where the first year classes
ended, and more verbs, additional tenses, and trans-
lations from a French reader are studied.
Activities of the French classes are interesting
and varied. They include correspondence with lan-
guage students in both French and American schools.
Thus the students not only learn a new language,
but also gain international friends as well.
Joan Wade translates.
Every graduating senior leaves NLRHS with a
complete history of his final year. The two publi-
cations which make this a reality are the Hi
Comet and the Wildcat.
The Hi Comet is the six to eight page news-
paper published entirely by the students on a bi-
weekly basis. This publication records all activities
and events connected with the student of the High
School by means of reliable staff writers. The
network of jobs required to turn out the Hi Comet
include ad salesmen, cartoonists, news editors,
photographers, a sports editor, staff writers, a
make-up editor and many others. The Hi Comet
is an expensive project requiring somewhere near
82,000 to finance it.
The Wildcat is the annual which captures in
word and picture form the entire year at NLRHS.
lt includes special clubs, departments and subjects
under them, plus pictures of the teachers and
To finance this album, 52,550 or more in ad-
vertisement is necessary. Mounting pictures,
writing body copy, and organizing sections arejust
a few of the jobs behind the Wildcat. This book is
always dedicated to a person, place, or spirit of
outstanding value to our school. Then a theme is
selected and reflected throughout the book.
can't believe I don't know what we're doing l" sighs Penny Hughes,
she and other first yeair Journalism students work on thc l-li Comet.
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Journalism delegates to AHSPA workshop listen "Intel-
ligcntlyl' to the speakers.
Now where did I put that full page picture of me? Sports Editor Danny Monroe
checks dummy pages of the annunl.
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Head of Social Studies Dept.
Bachelor of Arts
Arkansas State Teachers
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Bachelor of Arts Ouachita
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"But this just doesn't look like Arkansas," remarks Jo Lee Rotten
to Pat Gregory and Andy Prince as they diligently study World
Man is chiefly interested in himself and his
surroundings, and history and geography are the
records and text of his achievements.
The student of world history, not only looks
into the events of civilization as far back as the
records permit, but he also realizes the history
he reads in today's headlines or sees through the
medium of television and the news film.
Through world geography the student learns the
relationship between man and the climate and the
soil. Every phase in man's life is the result of
the climate and the natural terrain of his home.
The forces of nature are strong and control to
a large degree the clothes he wears, the food he
eats, his occupation, the structure and material
of his shelter, and his physical features.
Even in this day of great science we are still
mastered by nature, and through courses such as
world geography the student can understand this.
"And this is what I learned in my Advanced Alphabet
class," says Carolyn Stout as she displays one of
her World History class projects.
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Croorn, "it was Z1 Russian who said, 'These Americans are amazing
MRS. WILLIAM G. FLEMING
Bachelor of Liberal Law
University of Arkansas,
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MR. ROBERT O. SMITH
Bachelor of Science in Education,
Henderson Statc Teachers College
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MRS. JULIAN PRIDDY
Bachelor of Science in Education
State Teachers College, Conway
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Bachelor of Arts,
University of New Mexico
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MRS. LOUISE SCHMIDT MRS. CHARLES FOWLER' A
Human Relations Human Relations, World History
Bachelor of Science, Howard Bachelor of Science in Education,
Payne College, Brownwood, Texas Henderson State Teachers College,
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MRS. GARLAND BEAVERS
To understand others, one must first understand him-
self is the basic theory behind the course in Human Relations,
the one social science or general psychology course offered
An elective for Sophomores, the course begins with
an orientation to life in high school, and proceeds into the
ways and means of developing good study habits.
Of special interest to teen-agers is its field of con-
centration on manners and proper etiquette for all occasions,
boy-girl relationships, courtship, marriage, and better
From the standpoint of personal and community relation-
ships, the course offers studies in driver fitness and attitude,
and the effects of alcohol and narcotics.
To help the student decide what career he will pursue,
there is a study of the various occupations, their advantages
and disadvantages, skill and training requirements.
And to reach its ultimate aim of helping the student
develop a satisfactory philosophy of life, the course also
looks into logical thinking and good mental health.
Besides the textbook. students have available a great
quantity of research material in magazines, newspaper
I IL clippings, and pamphlets by recognized authorities: see
a number of selected films, and hear talks by trained
MIND YOUR MANNERS! A lesson in introduction by Fred Hanchey, Charlotte
Clements, and Beth Mills.
Head of the Human Relations Department
Bachelor of Music, and Special Studies
in Guidance Counseling, University of
The mathematical sciences of geometry, algebra,
and trigonometry are several thousand years old.
Yet, the 'problems that intrigued the founders of
mathematics still tax the brains of the modern high
They must prove the proven, solve the solved,
discover the discovered in order to understand
and appreciate what the Euclids and Archimedeses
of mathematical history did for the world. Every-
thing in this world is based on or composed of
some form of math.
Physics is the bridge between math and science
and is made up of both. The student learns about
the forces of nature, air and water, light, heat,
sound, electricity and the laws of motion, gravity,
time, gases and many others. Where math and
science shows HOW something is done, Physics
tells WHY, Through physics one learns why and
how he is able to walk, an apple falls, astar
shines, and steam forms. Physics shows the stu-
dent how the human race is dependent upon its
knowledge of physical laws for its simplest actions
and material comforts.
Biology is the study of life on this planet.
In high school it gives a student an opportunity
to study heredity, botany, Zoology, physiology, and
ethnology in an interesting and fascinating way.
Often the student is inspired to continue his study
of these fields even after he has completed high
Through Chemistry the student learns the make-
up of matter in every form.
Look at that report card burn! Physics students recreate a
Zill fhem Tagore
MISS BESS JOHNSTON
Head of the Mathematics Department
Bachelor of Arts
University of Arkansas
MRS. JAMES TAYLOR
Head of the Science Department
Bachelor of Arts, Erskine College,
Due West, South Carolina
Master of Education, University of
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MRS, FRED CROOM MRS. O. D. LAWLESS
Plane Geometry Plane Geometry
Bachelor of Arts, University Bachelor of Science in Education
of Arkansas, Fayetteville State Teachers College
"lt's all right with me. let's take it to the cafeteria!" says
Johnny Glaze to Biology teacher Mr. Manson.
"Well, I still say she didn't have to take our chairs away!"
Storms Raymond Medlock to Woody Armour.
MR. GLENN SHARP
Alegebra and General
Bachelor of Science in Education
Henderson State Teachers
MRS. CLIFFORD L. HALTOM
Business Law and Business
Bachelor of Arts and Master of
North Texas State University
" . . . which translated means, 1 cup of sugar and 3 eggs. .
Sherrill Stepter explains to James Coker.
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It may not Work on sinks, but let's try it here. Oliver Latta and Tommy Snider clean up
MISS SALLY WADE
Bachelor of Science
Arkansas State Teachers College,
MRS. EULA BLEVINS
Bachelor of Science, Arkansas
State Teachers College, Conway
Master of Arts, Peabody College
Master of Science, University of
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MR. DAVID H. MANSON
Bachelor of Science
Master of Science, University
of Arkansas, Fayetteville
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MRS, ELAINE GOODE
Bachelor of Science
Arkansas State Teachers College
MRS. W. W. MILLER
Head of the Commercial Department
Bachelor of Science, Arkansas State
College, Jonesborog Master of Education,
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
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The Commercial Department of NLRHS trains the
students who want to enter into the "big world of business"
after they graduate. The department is so thorough in
its wide range of studies and teachings that many stu-
dents do not have to attend a business school to receive
supplementary training in order to get a well-paying
Future stenographers, accountants, and secretaries
have a wide range of courses available: shorthand, typing,
bookkeeping, and office practice.
Those who wish to enter 'business for themselves
are aided by courses in business organization, law, and
The Commercial Department is always kept up to
date with the addition of new electric machines in the
business machine class and the latest methods and pro-
cedures of bookkeeping. In this way NLRHS students are
assured of a complete and modern education in the busi-
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MRS. VERTIE BAXLEY
Bachelor of Arts, Harding
And this is supposed to be a "1-girl office!" Bookkeeping students ponder College, Searcy
over accounting problem s .
To type or not to type--that is the question. Typing lab
students jack away.
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Well, let's see two thousand newspapers
and almost one textbook. That should be
enough practice for this period. Mary
MISS REBECCA MERKEL MRS. MARY HENDRICKSON MRS. MAXINE BARTON HART MRS. DONNA O'PRY LYNN
Business Training Typing and Shorthand II Office Practice Shorthand, Business Law
Bachelor of Science in Education Business Education Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Science in
Henderson State Teachers College, Bachelor of Science, Mississippi Administration, Baylor University Education, Ouachita Baptist
Arkadelphia State College for Women, Waco, Texas College, Arkadelphia and
Columbus, Mississippi Arkansas State Teachers
College, Conway, Arkansas
MRS. ANNE W. BROWDER
Home Economics I Home Economics I
Bachelor of Science, Alabama Bachelor of Science in
Polytechnic College, Auburn Home Economics
Master of Science, Iowa University of Arkansas,
State College, Ames Fayetteville
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MRS. JANIVE BLANCHARD
"Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam,
be it ever so humble there's no place like home."
This phrase is true as long as it's a home and
not a house. Comfort, companionship, understanding,
and love makes the difference. Based on these be-
liefs the Homemaking Department strives to produce
homernakers who can make these qualities inherent
in tomorrow's homes.
Girls who enroll in either of the two courses
of Home Economics not only learn the basic me-
chanics of homemaking but how to make the best of
interior decoration inspired by imagination and needsg
child care, home nursing, entertainment in the home,
and keeping a cheerful, friendly atmosphere in the
Learning by experience is the method of teach-
ing applied in this course. But you'll find no droop-
ing hems or sagging seams because the girls work
until they have produced clothing of perfection to
please the watchful eyes of their class instructors.
Home projects are also encouraged to help the
student practice their skills at home. The students
are required to turn in one of the projects each six
weeks, each representing a separate phase of home-
Sew, cut, toil and trouble,
Needle burn and brain bubble.
MRS. FRANCES SMITH
Head of Home Economics Dept.
Bachelor of Science in Home
Economics, University of
Prehistoric man started his road to im-
provement with the invention of the wheel. Down
through the ages men have steadily improved
their mechanical knowledge.
Today there are not only skilled mechanics
but also men specialized in the knowledge of
electrical engineering, drafting, and crafts.
The NLRHS Vocational Department endeavors
to teach the future tradesmen the fundamental
arts of today's mechanical world.
The well-trained instructors teach their stu-
dents the basis of mechanics, electronics, machine
shop, and industrial arts.
Into the hands of such departments as our
vocational Department, as well as the many other
vocational departments throughout the United
States, falls the responsibility of developing the
tradesmen of tomorrow.
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"Man, dig those pin-striped
piston rings!" says Lloyd
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Do3sn't look like
therc would be
much demand for
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MR, W. CONWAY WILSON
Machine Shop Ra Industrial Arts
Bachelor of Science in Education
University of Arkansas,
e what I Who do you think I am Dr. Frankenstein?
hine Shop boys toil away.
MR. EUGENE WISE
Related Science and Math
Bachelor of Science
Arkansas State Teachers
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MR. EUGENE A. PARKER MR. TOMMY MILLER MR. MERRELL OLLAR
Auto Mechanics Woodwork Mechanical Drawing
University of Arkansas, Bachelor of Science in Education Bachelor of Science
Fayetteville Arkansas State Teachers College, Arkansas A Sz M College
Sweeney School of Auto Conway Monticello
Mechanics, Kansas City,
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"One ought at least to hear a little melody
everyday, read a fine poem, see a good picture,
and if possible, make a few sensible remarks,"
said Goethe. Thus literature, art, music, and speech
make up the world of Fine Arts.
NLRHS encourages the development of these
"priceless arts" and gives the students the op-
portunity to discover and train his talents. And
hardly a year goes by without a special honor being
bestowed upon a student of art, drama, band, or
Art, thought by most people, is simply draw-
ing and painting. But it consists also of interior
decorating, magazine layouts, landscaping, and count-
less other forms of decoration.
Drama is not simply the study of acting, but
also the methods used to speak and perform effect-
ively in everyday life.
Music, of course, is the international language.
lt is one of the oldest forms of entertainment and is
still popular today.
"To improve the golden moment of opportunity,
and to catch the good that is within our reach, is
Gee, this is almost as much fun as underwater basket weaving!
Art students work on Christmas decorations.
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the great art of life." ...... Samuel Johnson.
MRS. SEARCY THOMPSON MR. RAYMOND BRANDON MRS. JIM GRIMMETT
Head of the Art Department Head of the Department of Music Head of the Department Of Speellh
Bachelor of Science, Murray State Bachelor of Music, Vandercook and Drama
College, Kentucky School of Music, Chicago, Illinois Bf1Ch910l' Of 50161106 in EdUCati0Y1,
Master of Arts, Western State College, and MHStS1' of Edl1Cati0H, State
Colorado Teachers College, Conway, Arkansas
Gee, this is fun! Mom would never let me paint on the walls at home.
Elizabeth Spain, Barbara Thompson, Jeannie Hardcastle, and Kathy
Middlebrooks paint Christmas scenery in the foyer.
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An integral part of the spirit of American people
is the freedom to express themselves. The Art
Department of NLRHS encourages the development
of unusual interests and the abilities of its stu-
dents by providing a Wholesome atmosphere in
which to work and excellent instruction.
The art classes not only provide an outlet for
the talents and energies of the students, but they
also perform useful services for many school or-
ganizations. These services include preparation of
scenery and backdrops for assemblies, Christmas
and other seasonal decorations in the lobby, the tra-
ditional Wildcat head at football games, and art
work for various other school activities.
The Art Department offers a very broad and
liberal course. The painting, ceramic figurines,
pottery, leather work, centerpieces, and various other
sorts of handwork that adorn every convenient wall
and table, never cease to amaze and please the
Who can point out the potential Rembrandt,
DaVinci, or Picasso that now walks these very
halls? Perhaps some day one of these students
may astound the world with the perfection, ori-
ginality, and beauty of his individual work. Then
we can point with pride as we remember that his
career began in NLRHS!
They said we couldn't carve on the desks, but they didn't say anything about
painting. First year art students work on daily assignment.
l thought when I got out of grammar school they'd
let me use something stronger than water colors.
Beverly Weathersby. Harold Phillips, Barbara
Thompson, Sherry Cathy and Kathy Middlebrooks
demonstrate sketching and painting at thc AEA meet-
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Having trouble with your pronunciation, enunciation,
and grammar in general? How is your inflection and voice
modulation? These are only a few of the myriad of things
that NLRHS Speech students must consider in order to
make public speaking become a common and desirable
Debate, as a part of the overall speech program,
helps students overcome stage fright and gain self con-
fidence, and the ability to think clearly. lt emphasizes
the importance of knowing what you are talking about
and considering both sides of a problem before draw-
ing a conclusion. By gaining self confidence and the
ability to think clearly, the debaters become better cit-
izens, for these skills are necessary in a democratic
society like ours.
Debates are frequently held with other school teams,
and occasionally our groups have made television and
other public appearances.
Drama makes up the third important part of the
speech program. Students are schooled in make-up, cos-
tuming. and the finer points of acting. As a result, the
productions of the Drama Class are more polished and
have a more "professional air" about them than most
high schools and even some colleges .
Thus in Speech I and ll the student learns how to
speak publicly, privately, and how to do it effectively.
In Debate, they learn how to form unbiased opinions
and how to argue a point. And, in Drama they have the
chance to use their ability to entertain with the experience
they gained in Speech l.
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Operator Pat Sockwell informs Jim Higham.
"And now a word from our sponser. . ."
Frances Nail announces,
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"Ami the affirmative believes that Santa Claus should con-
tinue to enter through the chimney!" Vicki Lafferty debates
as Pam Warrick and Tommy Riggs listen.
"What's the use in using an anesthetic when
the patient can't even holler?" Sonny Digby
and Gary Johnson operate on David Petty.
"Maybe Metrecal would help,"
Micky Cupp info rm s Santa
"I knew she'd eat it Whether it was in the
Script or not!" gripes Johnny Shepherd as
Katy Wynne gobbles away.
"Yes, your Honor, I might as
Well tell you now,,,.,, there is
no Santa Clause."
That's right, officerg people from Arkansas don't
wear shoes," Bill Lafferty informs Wiley Belew while
Pat Weed naps.
Students watch the annual Christmas Speech plays,
"Drat those wolves" l'll take
my goodies and go home,"
says Becky Rose.
During the football season the Band is combined into one o .o '
effort--the Fighting Wildcat Marching Band, which always supports
the football team. whether winning or losing. 4 "'i'41 This Band during the twelve weeks of football season, enter- ,
tains all football fans with excellent half-time shows.
After football season the band settles doxm to serious business
and the Marching band is divided into two divisions--the Concert
Band and The Varsity Band.
The Concert Band is made up of only the very best players
and are hand chosen by Mr. J. R. Brandon, Band Director.
The remainder of the Bandsmen are placed in the Varsity Band.
These Bands have two annual concerts each year and many 1?35nfi,?jLt2Q,ai?,nd Captain and C' J' Barron,
other activities, which they perform to make all Wildcats proud.
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Historian Carolyn Ford displays the Band
Scrapbook- Band Quartermasters George Tenney, Delbert Howard, Larry Weir,
Harvey Wolfe, and James Tyler,
Band Stage Crew Larry Glover, Raymond Jackson, Robert
ldom, Ronnie Franks, and Ricky Williams.
The Marching Band performs at the Thanksgiving Day game.
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Sophomore Band learns new maneuvers.
Band publicity chairmen Carolyn Ford, Marty Publicity chairmen Barbara Smith and Marty
De-Yiney, and Barbara Ann Smith. DeViney look over a list of advertising
Band librarians Sherry Hunt, Nancy Friedrich, Jo Etta King, and Betty Corpier file
The Varsity Marching Band perform during half time for the Thanksgiving Day football game.
"One ought at least hear a little melody every day," said Goethe.
And what better place could one be heard than in the Choral Depart-
ment at NLRHS! Here Sophomores learn the essentials of music and
gain experience by working with a group in Glee Club. Juniorsimay
continue their choral studies in Junior Girls' Chorus or Choir.
This previous training is valuable in trying out for Senior Choir,
which is a special honor for anyone selected. This choir is in great
demand to perform at various school and civic activities.
From the Senior Choir a Boys' Quartet, Girls' Trio, and En-
semble are selected.
Added choral attractions are the Boys' Chorus and Senior Girls'
MR. CLARENCE S. WHITE
Bachelor of Arts, Ouachita College,
Arkadelphia, Bachelor of Music and
Master of Religious Education,
Southwestern Theological Seminary,
Fort Worth, Texas
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"Adeste Fidelis" sing Senior Choir members: Barry Hall, Carolyn Dornblazer,
David Coles, Rebecca Holt, Arlen McDonald, Penny Hughes, and Tommy
Bjorkman. Frances Tucker is accompanist.
MRS. LESTER BICKFORD
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music, I I
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With the Musical Varieties Feature this year, 'Ok1ahoma,' came a lot of work that produced
a lot of fun for the audience as well as the members of the Cast ....... all the hours of rehearsal
paid off on the production termed "professional" by many showgoers.
Ln addition to the highlight of the
year, Musical Varieties , the Senior Choir
and Senior Boys Quartet participated in
many other activities.
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Performing from left to right are Junior
Choir, Senior Girls' Trio, Senior Girls' En-
semble, Senior Girls' Chorus. and Sophomore
Various choral groups perform for the an-
nual Christmas Assembly.
Officers of the Sophomore Glee Club are
qseatedj Judy Philliber, Kathryn Keese, qstand-
ingj Linda Yaeger. Natalie Mirontshuk, Kaye
Myers, and Jeannie Cole.
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NLTHS endeavors each year to produce stu-
dents that are the best-all-around. To do this the
student must be educated physically and mentally.
The Physical Education Department on Wildcat
Hill endeavors to fulfill the physical needs. Any
student who enrolls in P,E, participates in various
sports activities and games which teach the im-
portance of physical fitness and good sportsmanship.
Girls participate in volleyball, badminton, flag
football, fundamentals and fine points of softball,
basketball, tumbling, calisthenics, and various track
In the Spring and early fall, classes meet out-
side for football, softball, and other activities.
Then in the colder months, classes meet inside
for volleyball, basketball, tumbling, dancing and
Sore and aching muscles are many times the
result of these exercises and games. Soon the stu-
dent realizes that he or she is receiving alesson
in fair play, responsibility, and co-operation and
the thought of the bruised bones, sick stomachs
and tired tendons soon is forgotten.
The national physical fitness program has served
as an alarm to awaken the youth of today. We as
a nation have become soft and luxury-loving, but
hope is not lost. The students at NLRHS are taking
part in this program. They are not only strength-
ening their minds with studies, but their bodies with
physical exercises also.
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MR. JAMES ALBRIGHT MISS FRANCES LEWIS
Head of the Department of Girls' Physical Education
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Edu-
Arkansas Tech, Russellville Arkansas State Teachers
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MR. JAMES BOHANNON
Physical Education for Boys
Bachelor of Science in Educa-
Arkansas Tech, Russellville
MR. VERNON HUTCHINS
Physical Education for Boys
Bachelor of Science in Edu-
Henderson State Teachers
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Physical Education for Boys
Bachelor of Science in
Arkansas Tech, Russellville
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victory is courage...P1utarch
Butting heads with some of the toughest competition
seen in two years, the Wildcats opening the season with
only four returning lettermen, managed to overcome
their lack of playing time and pulled out a .500 season
with six wins and six losses, the best record since 1959.
At the beginning of the year, head football coach
Jim Albright faced one of the toughest problems he has
had to face when he found that he had only one veteran,
Mike Vaughan, in the backfield and only two seasoned
linemen, Stuart Hankins and Doug Odom. His other
letterman, Leroy Shumate, had had only goal-line de-
fense experience and almost everyone else on the team
had only their 'B' team experience and a lot of hope.
Hope was not the only asset which held the Wildcats
together. Determination and plenty of desire helped
Coach Albright and Coach Don Jolly, headline coach,
to mold a fairly hard driving offense and a mean de-
fense. Stalwarts Glen Montgomery, Dwight Gill, and
Stuart Hankins helped to spur the 'Cats when the spirit
seemed low, and helped immensely to make the breaks
when they were needed most.
A tribute should now be extended to our dedicated
Wildcat football coaches, Jim Albright, Don Jolly, Vernon
Hutchins and Jim Bohannon, along with a wish to our
Wildcat Genie for an undefeated, unscored on, 1962
"Just wait 'till halftime." Coach Albright confers with Coach
Jolly during the Hall vs. N.L.R. game.
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MIKE VAUGHAN DOUG ODOM STUART HANKINS
Co-Captain Co-Captain Co-Captain
Halfback Guard Tackle
2 year lette rm an
2 year letterman 3 year letterman
LEROY SHUMATE GLENN MONTGOMERY
2 year letterman 1 year letterman
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A tragic night for the Cats on their first away-
from-home game as the Cats received their first
defeat of the year at the hands of the Blytheville
The statistics tended to show the Cats as out-
playing the Chicks for they gained 155 yards to the
Chicks 85 and 11 first downs to their 6.
Both teams scored in the first quarter with Vaughan
returning a punt 59 yards and Wesley Byrd adding the
PAT. The Chicks then scored on a pass. The game
stayed a 7-7 deadlock until the tragic 4th period when
NLR fumbled on their own 21 yard line and the Chicks
scored, ending the scoring with a Chick victory of
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On September 8, 1961, an inexperienced Wildcat
team took the field against the Subiaco Trojans, and
upset the prediction by a victory of 16-0.
The Wildcat defense, led by Glen Montgomery, a
line backer, and Stuart Hankins held the Trojans to
only 85 yards rushing and 5 first downs.
Halfback Mike Vaughan scored first with a five
yard sweep after the 'Cats had driven 66 yards. Wesley
Byrd scored second with an off-tackle plunge. Byrd
scored PAT's. The final score came when Subiaco
fumbled a snap from center on apunt and was caught
in the end zone for a touchback.
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"Jinx," is the word best describing our defeat by
Hall High, The Cats just haven't been able to whip
the Injuns since they first began playing them. This
year didn't prove to be any different as the Warriors
took home a 20-0 smash victory.
The Wildcats lacked nothing in effort but their in-
experience just proved to be too much for them.
The Cats held the Injuns to only 7 points in the
first half, but the determined Warriors came back
with everything they had in the second.
Hall scored on three passes and a punt, return,
licking the Wildcats with a score of 20-0.
DWIGHT GILL J. D. BRASHEAR
1 year letterman 1 year letterman
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WESLEY BYRD DAVID MAY LANE STROTHER
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Their inexperience now more or less overcome,
the Cats finally pulled out another victory after losing
3 straight. The Van Buren Pointers made the Wildcats
work' for their victory as a sharp bunch of Cats pulled
out a 17-12 victory on a 24 yard field goal kicked by
Wesley Byrd and two extra points added to two touch-
The scoring came as follows: In the first half
Byrd kicked a 24-yard field goal. In the second
Vaughan scored again making the score 10-0.
In the third quarter -Mumme passed to Vaughan and
Byrd kicked the PAT, making the score 17-6.
Van Buren scored then, but the mighty Wildcat
line crushed the extra point ending the game 17-12.
RAY BALL JIM HIGHAM
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Trying for their first big 9 win, the Cats traveled
to El Dorado for their fourth game of the season only
to be beaten with a score of 23-7.
'Wesley Byrd scored for the Cats in the first half
after a 91-yard drive in which the Wildcats looked
surprisingly good. The score at the half was 7-0, in
favor of the Cats.
The Cats cou1dn't hold, and in the second half,
El Dorado piled up points on a 7 play drive, an in-
tercepted pass, a safety, and a 37-yard drive, in-
cluding 3 extra points.
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N.L.R. got its first conference victory over the
Hot Springs Trojans, with a victory of 20-0.
The Cats' defense led by Gill, Hankins, and Glenn
Montgomery were standouts as they held the Trojans
to only 40 yards rushing to our 134.
Wilkins scored first for N,L.R, as he caught a
Mumme pass and Byrd added the PAT, his first of two.
The Cats scored their second TD after a blocked
punt gave them the ball. Marshall dived in for the TD.
A thrilling screen pass capped the scoring as
Vaughan raced to the chalk after ends Wilkins and
Danny Monroe took out the last defenders.
JOE MARSHALL DAVID LEE
1 year letterman 1 year letterman
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The Cats rolled on as they pulled out their fourth
victory of the season and put a stop to the infamous
Conway Jinx, with a score of 19-7.
North Little Rock scored the first time they got
their hands on the ball, when a roughing-the-kicker
penalty against Conway gave the Cats a first down on
their own 44. Then Marvin Mumme lobbed a screen
pass to halfback Mike Vaughn, who took it to Conway's
35. After a 15-yard penalty which put the Cats back
on Conway's 42, Mumme again hit Vaughan at the 20,
Vaughan then scored from the 7. Byrd's PAT was wide.
Byrd and Marshall scored the next two other
TD's on a sweep and a pass and Byrd kicked only 1
Conway scored in the final seconds and the game
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The Cats' 3-game winning streak was broken as
the Pine Bluff Zebras pulled out a 7-6 victory in
The Cats scored first on a Mumme to Vaughan
pass. Wesley Byrd's PAT was blocked, and the game
remained the same until the second half, withthe score
at 6-0 in NLR's favor.
The third period meant defeat for the scrappy
Wildcats, as Pine Bluff got the ball on their 45-yard
line, ran a play to the Cats' 32, scored, and added the
extra point, giving the Zebras the lead at 7-6.
The game from then on remained all Pine Bluff,
until the Cats got a fumble, but were unable to score
and the game ended with the numbers in favor of the
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A flat Wildcat team was beaten on this Friday in
front of 2,000 fans by a fired-up Central High Tiger
team, as the Bengals tore the Cats with a score of
Central's backs stood out all night as they piled
up a total of 211 yds. rushing, to the Cats' 134.
Central scored on 2 long runs and one short one,
completing 2 PAT's.
This game dropped the Cats to No. 7 in the Big-
ERNIE BERRY BOBBY DORNBLASER
The struggle for yardage is plainly shown in this pic taken during the prepares for the crushing weight of probably eight to six men, to ffill
Catholic High vs. Wildcat Thanksgiving game. Joe Marshall fwith balll on his durable frame.
LARRY SHALTON TOM MALONE
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'Expected' is the word best describing the loss of
the Wildcats to the Fort Smith Grizzlies, with a score
of 53-7 in Wildcat Stadium. '
No one really expected the Cats to pull out an
upset over this unbeaten Big-Nine Championship team.
In fact not many teams did expect a victory. Catholic
High even cancelled their game with the Grizzlies as
they did not have a chance to win and also so they could
get ready for us.
The Grizzlies scored on two runs and three passes.
Vaughan scored for the Cats and J. Brashear
added the PAT.
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Junior quarterback Marvin Mumme helped the Cats
to a 33-0 victory over the Texarkana Razorbacks.
The Cats were scoreless in the first quarter, but
came to life and scored five touchdowns.
Fullback. Jim Higham scored from the 2-yd. line
and a Mumme-Strothers pass scored No. 2 and
Brashears PAT's ended the scoring at the half.
A Mumme-to-Vaughan pass scored the first of the
Cats last 3 touchdowns, then Brashear scored on 45-
yd. pass and Joe Smelser ended the scoring with an
intercepted pass going for 65 yards. B r as h e ar added
the third PAT.
HERBERT HEAD JOE SMELSER
Led by All-Big-Nine candidate Mike Vaughan, the
North Little Rock Wildcats ended their season on a
successful note by beating the Catholic High Rockets,
Vaughan set up both TD's as well as scoring both.
By intercepting a pass he set up the first score,
then he caught a Mumme pass to score. In the fourth
period Vaughan raced 50 yards with a punt return and
after two plays swept into the end zone.
Brashear added both PAT's..
Coach Albright said he was pleased with the boys
work and praised Ray Ball, a junior for his defensive
job in the game.
TERRY MERCIN JOHN DOBBS
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FIRST ROW: Sitting, R, Thompson, R. Morgan, D. Stricklin, A, Childers, Head, S, Loebner, R, Kelley, J. France, E, Kays, D. Johnston, J Guster
R, Patterson, L. Shelton, B. Cook, M, Nowell, L, Faulkner, B. Juaire. THIRD ROW: T. Mercin, M. Melcaff, W. Rediny, P. Byrd, E. Dlffee M
SECOND ROW: B. Henderson, J. Plummer, N. Spearmon, B. Little, H, Moore, B. Dornblaser, T. Stanphill, B. Thurman, P. Lyons and R Tallus
"Tomorrow's Heroes:" To be a "B" teamer means to want to sacrifice for almost no recognition
Usually, no one hears too much about the "Kittens" but they are just as responsible for the victories of
the "A" team, as Well as for their losses.
The Kittens play a tough schedule, playing "A" teams of the class A and B schools, as Well as the
local "B" teams. This year's record of no wins proves the roughness of their schedule.
Coach Vernon Hutchins coaches the "Bees" as well as the NLRHS track team. He has started many
boys on their way to All'-Big Nine honors or other athletic accomplishments.
Managers: T. Brown, J. Sanders, J. Plummer, J. Campbell, P. Esch, P. Risher.
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Rock Wildcat basketball team ended the season
in excellent fashion, winning the Little Rock
City tournament for the third straight year,
earning the Big Nine Championship along with
the Hall High Warriors, and finishing second
in the State "AA-AAA" tournament. The season
record was 23 wins and seven losses. The
record is as follows:
Jonesboro . . . 61 Wildcats . . . . 46
Nettleton .... 49 Wildcats .... 48
Wildcats .... 57 Conway .... 28
Wildcats .... 55 Catholic High . . 37
Wildcats .... 48 Central .... 39
Wildcats .... 48 Catholic High . . 38
Hall . . . . . 57 Wildcats . . . .53
Wildcats .... 55 Hot Springs . . 39
Wildcats ---- 53 FO1'tSmith - - - 43 H1cks and Holsted place the runner-up All State trophy in the trophy case
Blytheville , , . 48 VVildC3.tS .... 38 under the delighted approval of Coach Bohannon.
Pine Bluff . . . 61 Wildcats . . . . 57
Wildcats .... 59 Central .... 54
Wildcats .... 68 Jonesboro . . . 57
Wildcats .... 49 Texarkana . . 29
Ed Dorado . . . 50 Wildcats . . . 48
Wildcats .... 70 Catholic High . . 46
Wildcats .... 48 Hall ...... 37
Wildcats .... 80 Fort Smith . . . 50
Wildcats .... 66 Hot Springs . . 45
Wildcats .... 30 Central .... 23
Wildcats .... 51 Blytheville . . . 41 0
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Wildcats .... 51 Texarkana . . . 48
Wildcats .... 60 Conway .... 52 , -
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Friday, December 1, the 1961-'62 edition ofWildcat Hill's basket-
ball team journeyed to Jonesboro to open the season with the always
powerful Hurricanes and were defeated 61-46. All-State center Jim
Holsted led the Wildcats in the scoring department with 13 points.
The following night, the Wildcats traveled to the little town of
Nettleton and the Raiders surprised the North Siders 49-48 and the
Cat's record read 0-2.
December 5, the Cats returned home for the first home game of
the year against the Conway Wampus Cats. Holsted led the Cats to
their first victory of the young season scoring 19 big points in
playing only three quarters.
After winning the Little Rock City tournament, the Wildcats
dropped the Catholic High Rockets 48-38 in a surprisingly close
contest. Holsted again led the Cats scoring 26 points and grabbing
18 rebounds. The Wildcats' record jumped to 4-2.
2Year Letterman Friday, January 19, the Jonesboro Hurricanes invaded Wildcat
A11 state Field House to do battle with the high riding Wildcats. Revenge was
Junior what the Cats got as they avenged an earlier loss to the Hurricanes
On January 30, the cool Wildcats knocked off Catholic High for third straight time of the year, defeating
them 70-46. At this stage of the season, this was the largest amount of points the Cats had scored. Delany
Kinchen led all scorers with 20 big points.
Friday March 2, the Wildcats dropped the Conway Wampus Cats for the second time to end the regular
season. The Cats record read 19-6 with the State tournament yet to play. Holsted sacked 22 to led all
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Hall High's Warriors edged the Cats in the first conference game of the year for both teams 57-53. The
Wildcats record now read 4-3.
North Little Rock gained their first conference victory on January 2 when they walloped the Hot
Springs Trojans 55-39. Holsted continued his outstanding play scoring 20 points and passing off for
Senior John David Young captured the Wildcats second conference victory almost single handed scoring
20 points and setting up key baskets with uncanny passing as the Cats dropped the Fort Smith Grizzles
After moving into second position by dropping the Grizzles, the Cats proceeded to lose their next
two conference games to the Blytheville Chicks and then lost a heartbreaking game to the Pine Bluff
Zebras. The record now stood at 6-5.
TOMMY SKIPPER BIG JIM ADAMS BUTCH BURNETT
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"Portrait of a Champion." Basil Hicks shows
the form that won him A11 State honors in these
pictures against Hall High.
BOBBY BROWNING DELANY KINCHEN SEABORN BELL
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Tuesday, January 16, the Blue and White traveled across the
river to battle the Little Rock Central Tigers. The Wildcats proved
a Wildcat is superior to a Tiger by clipping tne Tigers 59-54,
Holsted again proved to be the leader by scoring 24 points and
blocking several Tiger shots.
Next in the line of suffers was the Texarkana Razorbacks who
the Wildcats handled 49-29. Delany Kinchen accepted the leadership
scoring 17 points and grabing 12 rebounds.
Friday, January 26, the North Siders traveled to El Dorado in
search of their fifth conference win, but had to wait as the Oilers
dealt the Wildcats a crushing defeat. The final score read 50-48
and the Wildcats conference record had dropped to 4-4.
After their conference record had dropped to 4-4, the deter-
mined Cats then ran off 13 straight victories before they were up-
ended in the finals of the state tournament.
MIKE HOGUE Hall's Warriors ran in to the determined machine first and
suffered their first conference loss 48-38. Delaney Kinchen again
provided the spark the surging Cats needed racking up 13. The
game was won on the boards as the Cats outrebounded the smaller Warriors 33-22. rebounded the smaller
The machine hit full steam Tuesday, February 6 and the Fort Smith Grizzles were the unfortunate
who received the blow. The hot Wildcats poured in 80 big points and the best the Grizzles could do was 50.
The Cats hit 57fZ, from the field and the Grizzles free throw shooting could not make up the difference.
The Hot Springs Trojans were the next team in line to feel the sting of the smooth moving machine as
the Big Blue dropped the Spa 66-45. The Cats fell behind at the start of the game and slowly put the Trojans.
The powerful Cats showed that they could play any kind of ball and get the same results as they dropped
the Central Tigers for win number five in the string of 13. The scoreboard read 2-2 at the end of the first
period and 6-6 at halftime.
By playing one game at a time, the Cats slowly moved toward the top spot. Playing before a packed
house, the Cats moved into second place by trouncing the Blytheville Chicks 51-41. The loss dropped the
Chicks into third place. Basil Hicks, an All-State forward, provided the extra punch the swiftly moving
machine needed to repel the big strong Chicks.
Tuesday, February 20, the machine keep moving right along as the Cats eased by the El Dorado Oilers.
The win was number seven in the string successes.
t Friday. February 23, the Wildcats, four buses of pepcats and two buses of boy supporters journeyed to
Pine Bluff to due battle with the tall Zebras and escaped with victory number eight.
ln' the final conference game of the season, the Wildcats sacked up their half of the Big Nine crown by
defeating the Razorbacks of Texarkana 51-48. Kinchen clinched the game with two key baskets in the last
RICHARD BALDWIN BUDDY HOLLOWAY BILL BOSLEY
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"Hang tough, Big Jimmy!" All Big Nine Jim
Holstead pulls down a rebound during the
Hall-North Little Rock game. All State Ronnie
LeMay looks on.
All State Basil Hicks lays up two points against
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By finishing in a tie for the Big Nine, the 1961-'62 edition of
the Wildcat basketball team earned a spot in the "AA-AAA" State
Tournament at Barton Coliseum March 7-10.
Continuing along at afantastic pace, the wonderful Wildcats romped
over the Benton Panthers 60-26. Holsted led the Cats in scoring,
netting 13 of the Wildcats first 17 points and finished the night with
17 markers. The highlight of the game for the Wildcats was the
excellent defense which held the Panthers to a grand total of zero
points in the third period.
Victory number 12 was easily earned as the strong Cats downed
BEfUfIARD SINGLETON the Springdale Bulldogs 51-34 in a quarterfinal game of the tour-
gggigxige nament. Junior Ronnie LeMay led the assault on the Bulldogs driving
through defenders for easy baskets.
Keyed up for the biggest game of the year, the Wildcats played
like a championship team as they downed the number one ranked
Fayetteville Bulldogs 59-54. LeMay, who earned an All-State berth
for his outstanding play, led the Cats to awell deserved victory
scoring 18 points and stealing numerous passes. Hicks, who also
won a berth along with Holsted and LeMay, added 14 tallies and Holsted followed Hicks with
By downing Fayetteville, the Cats earned the right to play the Jonesboro Hurricane inthe final game
of the tournament.
After being high as a kite for the Fayetteville game, the Cats let up just a little too much and the
smart hustling Hurricane jumped into an early lead and managed to maintain the lead for the Class "AA-AAA"
"Will he make it?" Wildcat senior John David Young chalks up two aginst Hall
as Basil Hicks looks on.
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ones, and little ones into none at al1...Chinese Proverb
Student Body Officers
Pepcats and Catettes
Future Business Leaders
Junior Rocket Society
Junior Red Cross
E1 Circulo Espanol
Le Cercle Francais
Girls' Recreation Association
Selecting capable leaders of our school is ahard and important
task. Each year the candidates hand out election cards and buttons,
make pledges, and Write speeches in preparation for the annual
student council election assemble.
The school constitution places certain requirements on students
even considering running for an office and the student body requires
that their leaders possess such qualities as high scholarship, high
character. high ideals, good sportsmanship, and freedom from pre-
Win or lose, the election always tends to increase school spirit
and unity, it is responsible for the making of many new acquaintances
and the friendly atmosphere of the school.
Vice-President of the Student Body
Secretary of the Student Body
President of the Student Body
he Student Qouncil
Treasurer of the Student
One of the most vital organizations to function in N.L.R,H.S.
is the Student Council. This organization helps the students to
understand the motives of the school and promotes the general
welfare for each student.
The Student Council is composed of one representative from
each homeroom and four officers. Each member must maintain a
"C" average in every subject as well as a satisfactory citizen-
ship grade to be eligible.
The N,L,R,H,S, Student Council sponsors many activities
such as the annual Thanksgiving Assembly. Through this project
and many others Wildcats help promote activities beneficial to
LANE .STROTHER the community.
N,L.R,H,S, Student Council sends delegates to regional, state
and district conventions and has many times been chosen officer
for these conventions.
The Student Council is the heart of the Student body, because
fha Schoolna it is composed of and for the student body.
TOMMY SKIPPER TQNI LISTER
Pafliamenfafian Corresponding Secretary
Candidates Ricky Williams, Delores Alexander, Carol Sue Morgan,
and Kathryn Flake present their cases.
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A big project for the Council each year is its "Share Your Blessings" assembly at Thanksgiving.
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Maribeth Spearmon, Catette leader, Pep Cat
officers: Pam Warrick, President, Sara Beth
Martin, Secretary, Janet McClain, Hand drill
leader, and Mary Frances Whalen, Vice Presi-
"Have you got that spirit?" This question rings out at all foot-
ball and basketball games and assemblies. And those asking it are
the Pep Cats and Catettes. These two groups along with the Cheer-
leaders lend support to the fighting Wildcats.
The Pep Cats attend all home games and some out-of-town
games. They add color to the cheering section with hand drills
with blue and white pom-pons, and, most of all promote better
support and sportsmanship.
The Catettes, our drill team, provide halftime entertainment
with drills and dances at all home football games.
The Pep Cats boost spirit at the football games.
Catettes perform drills and dances at halftime.
The Pepcats and Catettes along with the Cheerleaders lead cheers at an 8 o'clock pep assembly.
Hopeful Catette candidates rest during a pre-
The Catettes perform maneuvers at halftime.
"We are the Future Homemakers of America" ,is
the phrase constantly on the minds of each member of
this organization which is open to any girl who is enrolled
in home economics or who has completed one year of
homemaking instruction., ln order that each girl can become
an efficient homemaker, F.H.A. sponsors activities in
which its members gain experience in entertaining. This
valuable experience is obtained by giving teas, luncheons,
and banquets for teachers and parents.
Having approximately 92 members, F.H.A. awards
the Junior, Chapter, and State Homemaker's degrees
of achievement to those who desire to exert that added
amount of effort. To merit these degrees, members must
show that they have grown in service to school, church,
and community, and that they have strengthened their
personality, character, and improved or added to good
family relations hips.
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F.HiA. officers Jane Newberry, Phyllis Darden, Joyce Tarvin, Lynn Guthrie,
Janelle Davis fF,H,A. President at L.R. Centraly, Charlene Banks, Martha
Johnson, Becky Holt, Judy Stakemiller, and Sherry Wait.
"Hurry and hide the dirty sink! Here comes the photo-
Training to be tomorrow's vocational
leaders are the hard working Future Trades-
men of Wildcat Hill.
To become a member of the Future
Tradesmen the student must be studying
vocational courses such as machine shop,
auto mechanics, tailoring, and nursing.
Of the many activities held is the Future
Tradesmen of Arkansas Convention held
annually in the latter part of February or
the early part of March. Wildcats attending
work hard and diligently on the project they
are to exhibit. Several Wildcats in the years
past have won high honors at the convention.
N.L.R.H.S. Future Tradesmen select a
sweetheart each year to represent our school
at the convention. Our F.T.A. sweetheart
then competes for the state title.
The Future Tradesmen of today will be
the leaders of tomorrow.
President Mac Clem and Vice President James Hammett talk over the club
activities including the keeping up of the trophy case.
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The Three state convention Winners display their trophies. Mac
Clem, James Hammett, and Lloyd Dobins.
Mac Clem, Future Tradesman of the month of Marchg and David
Bone, Future Tradesman of the month of January. James Hammett
was the outstanding member in February.
F T,A, Officers discuss plans for the April Initiation Banquet.
They are: Secretary Nancy Burt, Treasurer Lorraine
Deslauriers, President Emily Whitson, and Vice President
Plato once said, "Those having torches
will pass them on to others," And, those
most dedicated to this cause are teachers.
The Future Teachers' of America is
an organization designed for those desiring
a career in teaching. It briefs its members
on the mechanics of teaching, and enables
them to work with the teachers in our school.
Requirements for Future Teachers' are
good character, scholarship, leadership, and
most important of all, the desire to teach.
Talmud said, "The best teacher is timeg
the best book is the world." But, people are
needed to interpret these supreme instructors,
and these people are teachers.
And then he told me that I should beplaying the piano instead of the flute . . . " says Mrs
Bickford, She was one of the guest speakers who presented aprogram for the F,T,A club this
F,T,A, members pause to pose before attending a teachers
"Now l'm not sure you have that just right, sonny . . . "
questions Linda Celarier as she protrays a teacher of
the past on the panel discussion for a teachers' gathering.
Other panel members were Sharon Hamilton, Ricky Williams,
Marty De-Viney, and Carolyn Stout.
Future Nurses are young girls who are
used to diligent work and new experiences
in the quest for gainful knowledge. They
are girls who look toward the future and plan
Among the varied activities ofthe Future
Nurses are an assembly and an annual banquet
They acquire a good deal of knowledge from
working at the Arkansas Baptist Hospital as
Candy Stripers. At the meetings of the Future
Nurses various guest speakers , many of whom
are doctors and nurses, speak to the young
girls about the field of medicine.
One of the main objectives of the Future
Nurses is to give girls an introduction
to the field of nursing. Too,the Future Nurses
gives girls a chance to be sure that the field
of nursing is actually what they want to do
before they start actual training. The Future
Nurses is an organization to lead girls into
worthwhile field of medicine.
Future Nurses officers for 1961-62 are Carolyn Eanes, Bonita Smith, Billie Apple,
Miriam Kayser, and Jean Chilton.
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"Ma'arn, did you say a straitjacket?"
Connie Kirby enters patient's private
"But Carolyn, do you think it's really fair to short-
sheet a patient?" asks Sarah Rhodes as they prepare
a patient's bed.
"Now we know how Gertrude gets her
errands finished so fast." remarks
Connie Kirby and Sarah Rhodes.
F.B.L.A, Officers observe Secretary Polly Cathell
as she types her shorthand transcription. Historian
Glenda Cato, Treasurer Phyllis Coulter, Vice Presi-
dent Nancy Burt, Reporter Cheryl Nelson, and Presi-
dent Miriam Kayser.
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The Future Business Leaders of America's
purpose is to familiarize its members with the
business world of today.
Any student who will' have completed a minimum
of three commercial courses with a B average in
each before graduation is eligible for membership
Dinners at various restaurants, business speakers
on various phases of business, a career day, in-
itiation day, the initiation banquet, and the State
Convention are a few of the clubs activities.
At the State Convention, held each year, N,L.R,H.S,
students enter the various contests in dictation,
spelling and typing against students from elsewhere
in the state.
"What a fickle boss!"
Scenes from the
show the various types
"Woe is me ..... woe, woe, woe . . ."
sighs State F,B,L,A, Reporter Nancy Burt
as she 'slaves' over the state newspaper,
the BUSINESS STUDENT.
To continue the appreciation and fine heritage of art
handed down from century to century, students at N.L.R.H.S.
join the Art Club.
The members of the Art Club not only draw and paint,
but participate in such fine arts as sculpturing, carving,
lettering, and sewing. By participating inthese arts members
develop appreciation, taste, talent, and understanding in all
phases of fine arts.
Each year Art Club members help build and paint -the
back-drop for the Musical Variety Show and make props
for some of the assemblies. They provide the football
games with the traditional Wildcat head for the team to
run through. They also own and make repairs on the Mascot
Among the activities are meetings, dinners, banquets,
and field trips to commercial art studios and the Fine
"Honest Mrs. Thompson, we thought you said to paint a floral!"
says Carlene Juarez as Joan Gross, Sherry Cathey, and Bill Cummings
help paint the backdrop for Musical Varieties.
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Juarez, and James Barley mix tempra paint.
Bookworm Officers discuss the bulletin board announcements. They areg
Secretary - Treasurer Royce Works, Historian Cynthia Kittle, Vice President
Janet Krum, and President Wanda Blackstock.
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"Open Sesame!" and behold the worlds'
riches in literature are at your finger tips
through the help of Bookworms, the student
librarians club of North Little Rock Senior
These students, the Bookworms, per-
form the duties which are so essential to
a smoothly operated library--checking
books out and, in general, assisting the
teachers and students in any way they are
In order to qualify for membership
in Bookworms, a person must maintain a
"C" average in each of his subjects and
have satisfactory citizenship grades.
The N,L,R,H,S, Bookworms take part
in the annual Student Librarian Association
Convention, along with 1200 other student
bookworms and their sponsors. Each year
their activities include several parties and
The N,L,R,H.S, Library would hardly
be complete without the helpfulness ofthe
"Glittered spaghetti makes a perfect substitute for
icicles!" smiles Annette Lanner to Kathy Phillips as
they decorate the annual library Christmas tree.
"And this tells how to build your own, personal
Atom Smasher in Ten Easy Lessons!" remarks
Pat Ray to library visitors Phyllis Coulter and
"Two ambitious young men search diligently through
the card file for a copy of "Dick and Jane."
The Key Club is an international organization for
boys interested in serving their school, community, nation,
To be eligible for membership, a boy must be trust-
worthy, show leadership ability, have a "B" average
scholastically, and be willing to live up to the laws and
goals of the club.
Throughout the school year the Key Club members
take on various responsibilities. They operated the field-
house concession stand during the home basketball games
and sold booster pennants for the Thanksgiving Day game.
The Key Club is sponsored by Kiwanis International.
"The meeting will come to order . . . " says Tommy Bjorkman.
"I move we adjourn!" yells Raymond Medlock. "Isecond the motion!!!"
shouts Anthony Gadberry as the Key Clubers portray samples of
the business they conduct in a meeting.
Key Club officers are Aubrey Hough, treasurer
James Tyler, secretary: Lane Strother, vice presi-
dent: and Tommy Bjorkman, president.
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The 'bored' members attend a board meeting, complete with lots
of projects to discuss.
"Looks like you were stripped of tickets . . . . among
other things . . . " laughs Harvey Wolfe on the Key Club
Chapel directors, Emily Whitson fstandingy and Carolyn
Typical Chapel congregations.
Every student at N,L,R,H,S, has the opportunity to
start the week off right by attending Chapel early Monday
There is thirty minutes of inspiration and devotion.
The program is usually presented by a N,L,R,H,S, student,
but occasionally a guest speaker gives the devotional.
During the school year 1961-62 Chapel was honored
with such speakers such as Casey Laman, Mayor of North
Little Rockg Mr. Tom Digby, a prominent North Little Rock
lawyerg and Mr. Bob Kaufman, director of Young Life.
This is not a club because Chapel is open to all who
wish to attend. No membership fee is required, but there
are officers to provide for programs, song leaders, and
Guest speaker Danny Coker
gives the devotion in a Chapel
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finger and everyone thinks I started the Red
Cross!" says Linda LaGrossa as she portrays
Cpeady to Serve
"lt is better to give than to receive." This thought is cherished
by all Junior Red Cross members, as they share their time and
talents with those who need them most.
The N.L.R.H.S. chapter of the Junior Red Cross is composed
of one representative from each homeroom. These members
represent our school in the many activities of the Junior Red
Cross at the city and state level.
An annual drive is sponsored by the Junior Red Cross to fill
gift boxes to send overseas for those who are less fortunate than
we. Other activities include working in the hospitals and in the
homes of shut-ins, bringing cheer and radiant smiles to their
This organization has found that serving others is one of
the most vital ingredients of happiness, and they are perfecting
their recipe by sharing it with others.
"The most exciting things has just happened.
Big "Twinkletoes" McGraw tripped over his
shoe laces!" shouts press reporter Phil Haste A
as Linda Santorufo watches TV.
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Red Cross oiticers are Emily Whitson, presidentg
Wayne Linder, vice president: Martha DeViney,treas-
urer and reporter: and Mary Chism, secretary.
of his face and then out
his throat behind his back?"
" . . . and add two eggs," says Gayle
Greenleaf as Linda changes channels.
asks Ricky Kuonen as David
Medly stands speechless.
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In 1862, students only had reading,writing,
and arithmetic, but in 1962, students now have
the privilege to see films, listen to records,
and use other audio-visual equipment.
The film crew is in charge of his
aspect of N.L.R.H..S. They operate these
machines that make studying more pleasant
Early in the year students are asked if
they would like to work in this department.
If they do, they are trained to run these
machines and to prepare rooms for their
"First thing to do is unfold the thing .... "
says Jane Fishback as she demonstrates the
way to set up the film.
Film crew head monitors gather for a film fest. They are Tony Thurman
Mickey Buchanan, Pat Spriggs, Jimmy Autry, Paul Shelton, and Don Moon
"Cut the wise cracks or I'll choke on this pencil!"
"Look out, here comes that teacher again . . . "
"Hold it a minute, Joe. somebody's here to take
my picture!" exclaims Garland Ferguson as he
discusses the spotlight position for an assembly.
The success of a stage production depends mainly
upon the talents of the players. But, no show could be a
success without the behind-the-scene group, the stage
crew. It is up to these hard working, little recognized
fellows to make sure there is proper lighting at the proper
time, and the equipment kept in good condition. Curtains
must be raised and music played on cue. Microphones
must be properly adjusted and the spotlight must be kept
on the center of attraction.
Yes, "All the world's a stage," but not all are players.
Some must remain back-stage to direct the scenes, and
those are the members of the Stage Crew.
"A nice long cord, and no electricity." Bill Riceud-
justs the microphone cord.
"Tarzan . . . you missed the rope
loan tell now. this assembly is going
to be a 'flop'." calmly remarks Jimmy
Waymire as he "works the ropes for
"Please help me, I'm fz1lling!l!" screams Jim Clark to undisturbed
Jimmy Dodson while preparing the mike for stage use.
Theta Science is a club for science-
minded students and has as its goals, the
promotion of scientific interest, self-
expression in science, and adefinite channeling
of scientific aptitude. Membership is open
to all who are interested in these things.
The bi-weekly meetings consist of
lectures by the members, science teachers,
and special guests, demonstrations, records,
film, and student projects which help in explain-
ing the topic of the meeting.
All the science courses at N,L,R,H,S,
are represented in the club.
Officers are Curtis Hester, Ruth Daniel, James Tyler, Lee Browder, Aubrey
Hough, and Kathryn Flake.
"Let's see . . . there is 1X3 of1f10000 micro-microcurieheref'
says James Tyler. James Tyler, Aubrey Hough, and Curtis Hester
weigh a steam boiler.
Spanish Club officers are Wayne Linder, Bill Kirby, Renee Russell, and Bill
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"l'm going to take a siesta if this fiesta doesn't begin soon!"
moans Sherry Springer as the Spanish Cats feast at the annual
Students enrolled in Spanish go by the name
of Los Gatos Espanoles, the Spanish Cats.
The Spanish Club encourages a better under-
standing of and a closer relationship with the
Latin American countries by studying their
language, customs, and recreations.
Pan-American Day stimulates the attention
to Mexico on Wildcat Hill. On that day, the Spanish
students wear colorful costumes, and posters are
put up throughout the halls.
The Los Gatos Espanoles enjoy gay fiestas
by holding banquets at restaurants serving Mexican
food and corresponding with Spanish-speaking
people: and learn songs, dances, and games of
Once a month the students hold meetings in
the individual classes. Only Spanish can be spoken
during these meetings.
His Honor. Mayor Laman, tries his hand at teaching Spanish.
Substitute Mrs. Goss stands by to interpret!
Spanish dancers practice for their performance on the annual Spanish
Latin, the parent language, is the theme for each
meeting of the Quo Vadis, a club for students studying
or who have studied Latin.
Early Roman life is vaguely interpreted in the annual
Latin Assembly which spotlights members of the club.
Various other activities are included in the yearly
programs, such as a Christmas Party and a banquet
at which first year students serve as "slaves" to the
second year group.
Quo Vadis with the meaning "Whither thou goest"
will always be remembered by former Latin students.
Latin club officers this year are Ronnie Franks,
Pat Donelson, Linda Browder, and Sue Stanley.
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Oh, Caesar, you are a rat, a dirty rat . . . "declares Dwight Goodman on the Latin club assembly.
"Oh, horrors, Caesar, our beloved Caesar lies dead, and his feet are dirty!"
"Poor Caesar's dead, poor Julius Caesar's dead . .
French club officers this year are Linda
Humphries , Linda Powell and Linda Sue Powell.
Because of smaller classes, the French Club, Le
Cercle Francais, does not have regular meetings as in
previous years. Now meetings are called by the President
only when there is any important club business to discuss.
During the year the members order French Club
pins and have a French Club banquet in the spring. Some
members correspond with students in France.
The romance and beauty ofthe Frenchlanguage becomes
an appreciated reality to the students of the long accepted
languages of culture and society.
Letters from abroad, in French, yet! Maybe Sarah Beth
Martin and Tommy Dodson can help figure out what is
Pinned ...... Pat Mosley recieves her French
pin with Linda Humphries doing the honors.
"Par1ez-vous francais, Mademoiselle?" "Yeah, I'll go,
how much money can we spend?"
"lf we can grow as simply as common blades of grass."
The goals of the Y-Teens are to grow as a person, to grow
in friendship with all people, and to grow in the love and
knowledge of God. Through these goals the Y-Teens strive
to build better young women.
The N.L,R,H.S, Y-Teens also promote various activities
within the school, community, and cityg such as the Rainbow
Crutch and the Polio March. They also perform services
for needy families and orphanages.
The Y-Teens from N,L.R.H.S, send delegates to city,
State, Mid-South and National conventions. Through these
conventions the girls make lasting friendships.
"And I was so disgusted! .... " gripes Cherry
as she and the other N.L.R. Y-Teen officers
talk it over, Pam Warrick, State Presidentg Kathy
Reed, City Vice President: Cherry Fisher, City
President: and Toni Lister, City Senior Hostess.
Y-Teen officers Marybeth Spearmon, Mary Frances
Whalen. Toni Lister, Linda Powell, .Maribeth
Biggs and Vicki Weindorf discuss the business
after a regular meeting.
or eroonal and
"That'll teach them to go peddle their old Red Crutches
"They're eating our reports!" declares Nanci Bier 1 'I 4
as she and other Earthians visit the moon Y- s. lf"
somewhere else!" exclaims Jeannie Stewart as the Russian
soldiers gun down Y-Teen service project workers Betty
Kai Turner and Vicki Weindorf on the annual Y-Teen
Mid-winter conference delegates discuss campaign
strategy for Vicki . . . she won the election,
Senior Hostess '62 - '63.
Forensic Officers Frances Nail, Pam Warrick, Bill Lafferty, and Vicki
"Therefore we hope you will concur with the
affirmation in your decision." This statement usually
concludes the Forensic League debates, although
it is certainly not always the affirmation that Wins.
Both good and bad points are presented to the
audience when a question is debated, each team
giving substantial arguments for its side.
The Forensic League debated at the annual
Speech Festival in Searcy and received a superior
rating. The league also debated at the Southern
Speech Festival in Austin, Texas, and with other
high schools in this area.
The mental alertness, organization andcom-
petence in public speaking gained from debating will
be an asset in any walk of life.
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"I wish he would shut up, he's supportingthe wrong side!" moans Tommy
Riggs as Bill Anderson presents his part on the debate program.
"But Santa Claus, dear soul, should ALWAYS come down the chimney," pleads
"I, too, am happy to be here debating this most
timely and important question, Resolved: that
the horseless carriage will never last." Pam
Warrick speaks on behalf of her side of the
Physical fitness is the program that the
Girls' Recreation Association offers to the feminine
gender on Wildcat Hill. This club, formed in 1959,
is open to girls whether they are enrolled in
physical education or not.
Organized recreation, such as charge, volley-
ball, flag football, table tennis, and shuffleboard
are provided for these athletic-minded girls.
At the end of the year awards are given to
members who have earned points by participating
in the various activities.
The club also has projects to raise money.
"Now what are they up in the air about?"
"I haven't played jump rope with two ropes inalong time butl
wish you would hurry and get the ropes going!"
"Boy, listening in on these conversations is fun!" Bobby Jones works
the office switchboard.
Monitors play an essential role in the mechanics
of N.L.R.H.S. Students filling these positions must
have character, integrity, and be dependable.
Some sixty selected students assist the Guidance
Counselors and Deans and hold the responsibilities
of monitoring at the doors, vocations, library, book-
store, office, and lab.
These monitors have varied duties such as
answering the phone, Working on the switch board,
running errands, checking in and out library books,
selling supplies, setting up experiment equipment,
and typing letters, reports, and programs.
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I looked so tough they put me here to guard
the Catis trophies," says foyer monitor, Janie
Waltergl "Pm sorry, we don't sell chewing gun here," "I will never chew gum in class
says a bookstore monitor to Tommy Brown, again . . . lwill never . . ,"
writes Bev Brockert, a hall moni-
"Let's see now, A . . . B ..... What comes after B?" asks John Campbell
as he studies the office files.
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Color Day Royalty
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Boys' and Girls' State
All State Band
All State Choir
All State Athletics
Quill and Scroll
National Honor Society
Jerry Lynn Gray
J Ir. Maid
Mary Beth Biggs
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Highlighting each football season is the
homecoming game, and with it the crowning
of the Color Day Royalty.
The Royalty is chosen on the basis of
beauty, poise, and personality. the Senior
Homerooms choose two girls each and the
Senior girl winning the highest number of
votes from among these' is named Wildcat
Queen. The second highest is the Visitor's
Queen, and the third is the Maid. The Visitor's
Maid is chosen by the homeroom selling the
most season football tickets. Sophomore and
Junior Maids are chosen in the same manner.
The Queens are crowned immediately
preceding the kick-off of the game. A dance
is held in their honor at the Youth Center
after the game.
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Cheerleaders add the feminine touch to the
JANET LOVELL, Senior
JEANNE SHIELDS, Senior LOIS PINKERTON, Senior JOAN MONTGOMERY, Senior
One-year Letterman One-year Letterman One-year Letterman
to watch the N,L,H, Band perform,
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CO-Captain To uphold and promote that wonder-
ful Wildcat spirit at all sport events and
at other school activities is the objective
of every Wildcat Cheerleader. They are
elected in the spring for the following
year. Here are the WildcatCheerleaders
CAROLYN BANEY, Senior
JANICE RUPERT, Junior JANIECE BLACK, Junior SUSIE BLEDSOE, Junior
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The outstanding senior science student at
high schools who sponsor extensive science
programs is the annual recipient ofthe Bausch-
Lomb Science Award. The results ofthe
preliminary competition were so close this
year that a series of tests had to he ad-
ministered to determine the winner. James
Tyler won. and Aubrey Hough and Curtis
Hester were the runners-up.
D,A.R. Good Citizen Award
The Daughters of the American Revolution
fD,A,R,J honor one outstanding senior girl each
year to compete for the Good Citizenship
award. This girl is the winner in her school
and subsequently competes in other contests.
N,L,R.'s 1962 Good Citizenship Award winner,
Vicki Lafferty, placed second in the State
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Each year outstanding members of the Junior Class
are selected by the faculty to attend Boys'andGirls'
State activities in June. Various civic and professional
A , , My clubs pay the expenses as the delegates learn about
luv their state government. These are North Little Rock's
2 A it 1961 delegates.
DOUG ODOM JEANNE SHIELDS
BARBARA THOMPSON MIKE VAUGHAN MARY FRANCES WHALEN JOHN DAVID YOUNG
NANCY BURT BEVERLY WEATHERSBY
Wildcat Editor Wildcat Editor
VICKI LAFFERTY JOHNNY SHEPHERD
Hi Comet Editor Hi Comet Editor
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DANNY MONROE CARL CHAPMAN
Wildcat Editor Managing Editor
CHARLENE BANKS MARIA PAPAGEORGE
Business Manager Make-up Editor
JIMMY HOLLEY MARTHA DeVINEY
Sports Editor Make-up Editor
BILL ANDERSON JOE PHILLIPS
CHERYL NELSON LINDA CELARIER
Feature Editor Advertising Manager
Each year the Student Council sponsors friendly
week. At the end of this week the student body selects
a boy and girl from each class to represent the
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BETTY CORPIER YVALTER CRAIG CAROLYN DORNBLASER
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BECKY HOLT TOOTIE HUDELSON
ARLEN MCDONALD TERRY MERCING
SAMMYE SUE 'TRAYLOR PAM WARRICK
First Team, All Big-9
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JIM HOLSTED, Basketball
All State, All Big-9
First Team, All Big-9
These Wildcat athletes have earned the honor of being placed
on the "Dream Teams" of 1962.
With a 6-6 season record the North Little Rock football team
managed to put two men on the first team Big Nine teams and
four othersg Glenn Montgomery, Doug Odom, Wes Byrd, and Dwight
Gill, on the honorable mention list.
The Cat roundballers came in first in the Big Nine standings
and put three men on the All State Basketball team.
BASIL HICKS, Basketball RONNIE LeMAY, Basketball
All State, All Big-9 All State
All Tournament All Tournament
ALICE CUMMINGS DUTCH PRICE
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SUSAN BROWN I FRANCES SHEPHERD ANN BACON
THESPIAN OFFICERS: Carolyn Dornblazer, Vice President:
Johnny Shepherd, Reporterg Bev Brockert, Presidentg and
Frances Shepherd, Secretary.
Thespians is a national club designed for those
interested in the dramatic arts. In orderto be eligible
for membership the students must have ten points.
These points are acquired by participating in stage
productions. The highest honor a Thespian can attain
is honor Thespian. This title requires the accumu-
lation of fifty points over the original ten.
Points, though obligatory, are not the only require-
ment for membership. A member must also have good
character, be a willing worker, and be dependable.
He must work hard on all assignments, but this
can be interesting and fun because he is working
with people having a common interest--dramatics.
"Gee Mom . . , l'm 37. Why can't I date girls ?" moans
Bill Lafferty to Pam Warrick as they perform during the
Christmas Speech Plays.
"It's all working out just as l planned it," thinks Johnny
Shepherd as Anne McRae tries to straighten up the mis
"I just don't think l was 'cut out' for this sort of thing!" says David
Petty in horror to 'Doctor' Digby and other members of the Christmas
understanding with Pam Jackson and Katye Wynne.
JIM O'LEE PRUITT
I Thespians protray old Southern street cries and Johnny gives an original
reading entitled, "Kiddy Baye" or "A Visit from Saint Twistoiasl'
JOHNNY SHE PHE RD
Thespian members were initiated in January. TOP ROW: Left to
Right, Bill Lafferty, Jimmy Smith, Pat Sockwell, Marybeth Biggs,
Lane Strother, Linda LaGrossa, Sharon Tinkle, Royce Works, Cynthia
Wood and Cynthia Worrell. SECOND ROW: Bev Brockert, Lois
Pinkerton, Linda Powell, Conley Meredith, Bill Lukas, Sue Reemes,
Beverly Weathersby, Danny Robertson, Johnny Wilson, and David
Lewis. THIRD ROW: Doug Odom, Judy Owens, Vicki Smith, Anne
Shugart, Martha DeViney, Barry Love, Wayne Linder, Carolyn Eanes.
Mickey Cupp, Lyndee Oster. Bruce Moyer, and Johnny Mrsny. FOURTH
ROW: Becki Wilson, Tommy Riggs, Frances Shepherd, David May,
Mary Lee Chisam, Jimmy Clark, Pat Donaldson, Rita Andrews, Vicki
Lafferty, Pam Jackson, Mike Barkley, Rebecca Holt, Sharon Gray,
Laveda Goode, and Willey Belew. FIFTH ROW: Katye Wynne, Anne
McRae, Pam Warrick, Linda Marks, Johnny Shepherd, Eunice Barnett,
Blenda Kuykendall, Charlotte Davis, Pat Nowell, David Petty, Jim
O'Lee Pruitt, Robyn Clough, Sarah Adams, Barbara Hall, Janet Lovell,
Anne Lane, and Barbara Bell.
Tri Chem officers this year are President Curtis
Hester and Vice President Oliver Latta.
Tri-Chem is an honor club chartered with the purpose
of stimulating scientific interest. Only the top ten per
cent of the B average students are eligible. Students are
also required to have two years of scientific study.
Miss Sally Wade, sponsor spent many hours outside
of class helping with projects, problems, and such things.
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it would blow up ..... "
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President Curtis Hester explains some phase of
Tri Chem work to new inducties Janet Krum and
Pen, paper, and salesmanship, as the first
instruments of testing for the journalism student,
can be made instruments of success. This can
only be achieved through hard work and deter-
Quill and Scroll is the reward tothejournalism
students who achieve the standards of the club.
These standards are: outstanding work in
advertising sales, writing ability, being in upper
third of their class scholastically, and most of
all having the desire to construct and promote
the school paper and annual.
Induction into Quill and Scroll, which is a
world-wide organization and has been at N.L.R,H.S.
since 1936, simplified, is actually a pat on the
back from the sponsor and a "thank you" for a
job well done.
Initiates light their candles from the combined flames of journalistic endeavor.
Quill and Scroll officers discuss initiation plans. They are President Johnny Shepherd,
Vice President Charlene Banks, Secretary Maria Papageorge, Treasurer Wanda
Huffman, Pledge Mistress Janet Lovell and Historian Nancy Burt. Not pictured is
Reporter Vicki Lafferty.
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"I do ...... " solemly pledge, that is, to uphold the high standards
ofjournalism . . . . . . .
"Bev, now you just tell me if I stick you," says Janet Lovell
as she pins on Beverly's new Quill and Scroll pin on her sweater
OFFICERS FRONT ROW: Gary Lee, President: Martha Johnson, Vice
President, Dorothy Dortch, Secretary, Aubrey Hough, Treasurer.
ROW: Vicki Lafferty, Reporter, James Tyler, Activities
The National Honor Society is an honor organ-
ization designed to recognize students excelling in
scholastic achievements, leadership, character,
Five percent of the Senior Class are inducted
in the fall initiation. The spring initiation inducts
five percent of Junior Class and another five
percent of the Senior Class.
Annually the Society sponsors the N,L,R,H.S,
March of Dimes contest and two candy sales along
with several other service projects.
Speakers for the National Honor induction: Cheryl Friday, Character, Charlene
Banks, Scholarship, Pat Weed, Leadership, and Pam Warrick, Service.
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SPRING 1961 INITIATES FRONT ROW: Carolyn Stout, Meri Curtis Hester, Aubrey Hough. THIRD ROW: Tommy Bjorkman,
Nakamura, Jane Newbery, Dorothy Dortch, Martha Johnson, Tommy Skipper, Dan Schiffer, Basil Hicks, Don Goss, Gary
Pam Schuck, VickiLafferty. SECOND ROW: James Tyler, Carolyn Lee. FOURTH ROW: David Lewis, Stuart Hankins,
Dornblaser, Carolyn Croom, Cheryl Friday, Charlene Banks,
FALL 1961 INITIATES FRONT ROW: Pam Warrick, Jo Etta
King, Maria Papageorge, Larry Weir, Thomas Blucker, Nancy
Ellis, Judy Partin, Peggy Pohnka, Pat Weed. SECOND ROW:
Mary Chism, Frances Nail, Bobby Harriel, Jimmy Smith,
Ray Murray, Jane Clifton, Pauletta Cathell. THIRD ROW:
Fanny Lou Jackson, Emily Whitson, Janelle Merritt, Cynthia
The Senior Girls' Trio, Frances Tucker, Becky Holt,
and Phyllis Darden, sing for the National Honor induction.
Worrell, Wanda Huffman.
"I give this light to you so that you may pass it to others," says
Thomas Blucker as he begins the candle lighting ceremony.
SPRING 1962 INITIATES FRONT ROW: Barbara Cook, Glenda
Cato. Nancy Burt, Pat Gregory. Judy Stakemiller, Donna Douglas,
Sharon Hamilton. ROW TWO: Linda Strioklin, Paula Brumrnit,
Anna Lynn Tarkington, Kay Tull, Kathryn Flake, Delores
Alexander. Anita Boswell, Lynne Sprigg. ROW THREE: Marvin
Murnme, Lane Strother, Linda Browder, Shera Parish, Nancy
Frederick, Betty Corpier, Linda Rowland, Ruth Yelle, Sherrill
Stepter, David Barnett. ROW FOUR: Bill Philliber, Miriam
Kayser, Jo Lee Rotton, Pamela Armstrong, Steve Lauck, Hank
Boardman, Dwight Goodwin, David Kinley. ROW FIVE: Tom
Barnett, Arthur Hornick, Tommy Snider, Louis Kelley, Harvey
Wolfe. Not pictured are Lee Browder and Phyllis Tull.
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"Death, be not proud, though some have Called
Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not sog
For those whom thou think'st, thou dost
Die not, poor Deathg nor yet canst thou kill me,
From Rest and Sleep, which but thy pictures be,
Much pleasureg then from thee much more must
And soonest our best men with thee do go --
Rest of their bones and souls' delivery!
One short sleep past, we wake eternally,
And Death shall be no moreg Death, thou shalt
LINDA MARIE THRESHER
Member of the Class of 1963
MRS. TOMMIE STEWART DEESE
Member of the Board of Education
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SKIPPER, TOMMY . . . President of the Class of
'62, Boys' State, National Honor Society, Key Club
Board Member, Junior Rotarian, Student Council
Parliamentarian, Basketball, Friendliest Boy, Color
Day Escort . . .
GILL, DWIGHT. . . Vice-president of the Class of
'62, Football, Senior Cabinet . . .
WHALEN, MARY FRANCES . . . Secretary of the
Class of '62, Girls' State, PepCat vice-president,
Y-Teens secretary, Catettes, Student Council, Inter-
club Council president, Le Cercle Francais,
Thespians, Convention delegate for Student Council,
delegate to Y-Teen Midwinter Conference . . .
LAFFERTY, VICKI . . . Treasurer of the Class of
62, Hi Comet editor, National Honor Society reporter,
National Merit finalist, Girls' State, Senior Cabinet,
Catettes, PepCats, Quill and Scroll, Tri-Chem, Secre-
tary for the Arkansas High School Press Association,
award in newswriting from AHSPA, School publicity
Director, Forensic League Secretary, Home Room
secretary, Quo Vadis, Bookworms, Library Monitor,
Girls' Recreation Association, DAR Good Citizen
Award, State Runner-up in DAR Awards, Y-Teens
city vice-president, Mid-South delegate '59, vice-
president '61, city conference delegate '60, '61,
state conference delegate '60, Usher for Vesper
Service and Commencement, Rotary Club luncheon
speaker . . .
President of the Class of 1962
fha elaine of 1962
DWIGHT GU-,L MARY FRANCES WHALEN VICKI LAFFERTY
Vlce president of the Class gf 1962 Secretary of the Class of 1962 Treasurer of the Class of 1962
ABBOTT, VERNON . . . ADAMS, PATSY . . .
Future Homemakers, Future Nurses, Y-Teens,
transfer from New Orleans . . ,.
ALLAN, PAM . . . Student Council, Future Business
Leaders, Art Club . . . ALLEN, LOYETA . . .
Quo Vadis, Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Future Teachers,
Future Homemakers . . .
ANDERSON, WILLIAM C. . . . Quill and Scroll,
Publications photographer, Forensic League, Tri-
Chem. Thespians, Stage Crew, Phys Ed monitor,
Usher for graduation. . .ARMOUR,BENWOODRUFF
. . . Football letterman, Student Council, Le Cercle
Francais, Wildcat Follies, MC for Junior talent
assembly . . .
ASHBERRY, JAMES RAY , , , AUSTIN, LA MARILIS
. . . Projectionists Club, PepCats . . .
BABB, BUSTER M. . . . BACON, ANN . . . Wild-
cat Homecoming Queen, Catettes, PepCats, Home
Room vice-president, Y-Teens, Los Gatos Espanoles,
Student Council, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff
VERNON ABBOTT PATSY ADAMS
PAM ALLEN LOYETA ALLEN
WILLIAM C. ANDERSON BEN WOODRUFF ARMOUR
124 JAMES RAY ASHBERRY LaMARILIS AUSTIN BUSTER M, BABB ANN BAC,-,N
BAILEY, BARBARA ANN . . . Y-Teens, PepCats,
Home Room treasurer, Tri-Chem, Spanish monitor,
Senior Talent assembly . . . BALLARD, DON . . .
Future Tradesmen treasurer, Shop Foreman for tool
and die theory and practice, Delegate to State FTA
convention and officers meeting, Los Gatos Espanoles
BALENTINE, KATY . . . Future Business Leaders,
Future Homemakers, Red Cross, Publications Staff,
Y-Teens, PepCats . . . BALLENTINE, ELTON . . .
BANEY, CAROLYN . . . Cheerleader, PepCats,
Catettes, Girls' State, Wildcat Homecoming Maid,
Le Cercle Francais, Senior Cabinet, Student Council,
Y-Teens, Sophomore Talent assembly, Usher for
Vesper Service . . . BANKOWSKY, ROBERT
CHARLES . . . First place in Ceramics, Sophomore,
Junior, and Senior Talent assemblies . . .
BANKS, CHARLENE , , , Student Body Treasurer,
Publications Business Manager, National Honor
Society, Quill and Scroll vice-president, Girls' State,
Tri-Chem, Home Room president, Future Home-
makers president and reporter. Future Homemakers
Federation XIII historian, Future Homemakers, State
Homemakers Degree, Arkansas High School Press
Association, PepCats, Catettes, delegate to Central
District Arkansas Association of Student Councils,
Quo Vadis, delegate to State FHA Convention . . .
BANGERT, GAYLE . . .Catettes, PepCats, transfer
from C, E, Byrd High School, Shreveport, Louisana
BARFOOT, MARY FRANCES . . . Senior Choir and
Girls' Ensemble, Junior Girls' Chorus, Glee Club,
All State Chorus, Wildcat Follies, Senior Talent
assembly. Musical Varieties cast . . . BARKER,
GEORGE . . . Wildcat Marching Band, Los Gatos
Espanoles, Radio Club, Film Crew, Stage Crew
"I'm staying as far as I can from cigarettes and that is the length of
this holder," Johnny Shepherd informs Mike Barkley.
BARBARA ANN BAILEY DON BALLARD
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KATY BALENTINE ELTON BALLENTINE CAROLYN ANN BANEY ROBERT CHARLES BANKOWSKY
CHARLENE BANKS GAYLE BANGERT MARY FRANCES BARFOOT GEORGE BARKER 125
DARRELL BARKER MIKE BARKLEY
JAMES BARLEY EUNICE BARNETT
BARKER, R. DARRELL . . . Quill and Scroll, Pub-
lications Staff . . . BARKLEY, MIKE . . . Senior
Choir, Wildcat Follies cast, Junior Talent assembly,
OCMA, Science Fair, Boys' Chorus, Los Gatos
Espanoles, Musical Varieties cast, Thespians, cast
of "The Matchmaker" . . .
BARLEY, JAMES . . . BARNETT, EUNICE . . .
Catettes, PepCats, Y-Teens, Thespians, Wildcat
Follies cast, Home Room President, Student Director
for "The Matchmaker" , , ,
BARNETT, ORETTA LA FAY . . . Girls' Chorus,
Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers . . .
BARRON, CECIL JAMES . . . Band Lieutenant, Quill
and Scroll, Publications Staff, Concert and Marching
Bands, Third place in Ceramics . . .
BAUMAN, PATRICK . . . BECK, BEVERLY DIANE
. . .ArtClub. . .
BEGGS, ALICE , , , Future Nurses secretary and
social chairman Home Room secretary and treasurer,
Book Store monitor, Future Homemakers, Y-Teens
. . . BELEW, WILLEY . . . Senior Choir, Thespians,
Forensic League, Stage Crew, Boys' Chorus, All
State Chorus, cast of "The Matchmaker" . . .
ORETTA BARNETT CECIL JAMES BARRON
126 PATRICK BAUMAN BEVERLY DIANE BECK ALICE BEGGS WILLEY BELEW
BELL, WAYNE . . . BERRY, GARY. . .LOS Gatos
Espanoles, Publications Staff . . .
BINNS, BOBBY . . . BISE, GENEVA . . . Senior
Choir, Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers,
Junior Girls' Chorus. Glee Club . . .
BJORKMAN, TOMMY . . . Key Club president and
vice-president, National Merit Finalist, Senior Boys'
Quartet, National Honor Society, Le Cercle Francais
vice-president, Tri-Chem, Theta Science Club, Boys'
Chorus, Wildcat Follies, All State Choir, Musical
Varieties cast. Junior Choir, Key Club Board Member
. . . BLACK, RITA ANN . . .Los Gatos Espanoles,
Future Homemakers, Bookworms, Spanish Monitor,
Junior Girls' Chorus . . .
BLACKSTOCK, WANDA . . . Bookworms president,
Future Homemakers, Junior Choir . . . BLAKENEY,
BENJAMIN, LEE . . . All State Choir, Boys' Quartet,
Boys' Chorus, Junior Choir president, Wildcat Follies
cast, Musical Varieties cast, Home Room vice-
president, Los Gatos Espanoles . . .
BLUCKER, THOMAS . . . Student Body President,
National Honor Society, Boys' State, Junior Rotarian,
Key Club Board Member, Tri-Chem, Quo Vadis vice-
president, Home Room president, Boys' Chorus, Usher
for Vesper Service, Junior Talent assembly . . .
BONE, DAVID. . .
BOBBY BINNS GENEVA BISE TOMIVIY BJORKMAN RITA ANN BLACK
WANDA BLACKSTOCK BENJAMIN L. BLAKENEY THOMAS BLUCKER DAVID BONE 127
DANNY BOWEN CAROLYN SUE BOWMAN
LYNN BRADY BARBARA BRANNON
BOWEN, DANNY . . . Future Tradesmen Secretary,
Projectionists Club . . . BOWMAN, CAROLYN SUE
BRADY, LYNN . . . Quo Vadis, Tri-Chem . . .
BRANNON, BARBARA . . . Los Gatos Espanoles,
Home Room secretary and vice-president, Junior
Girls' Chorus, Future Teachers, Girls' Recreation
Association, Future Homemakers, PepCats, Y-Teens
BRASHEAR, JOHN EDWARD . . . Lettermen's Club
treasurer, Football, Track, Home Room president
and vice-president, Senior Cabinet, Los Gatos
Espanoles president, Thespians, cast of "The Match-
maker" . . . BREECE, KAYE . . . Y-Teens . . .
BROCK, BOBBY R. . . . Library monitor, Film
monitor . . . BROCKERT, BEVERLY . . . PepCats,
Catettes, Student Council, Y-Teens, Thespian
president, Senior Choir, Wildcat Follies cast, Musical
Varieties cast, Home Room treasurer, Usher for
Vesper Service, Red Cross, Guidance Office monitor,
Student Director for "The Matchmaker", Quill and
Scroll, Publications Staff . . .
BROWN, CAROLE . . . Catettes, PepCats, Student
Council, Home Room vice-president, secretary, and
treasurer, Y-Teens, Girls' Recreation Association
treasurer, Future Homemakers . . . BROWN, JIMMY
LESTER . . .
JOHN EDWARD BRASHEAR KAY BREECE
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CAROLE BROWN JIMMY L. BROWN
BROWN, LINDA ROSE . . . All State Choir, Senior
Choir, Girls' Ensemble, Quo Vadis, Wildcat Follies
cast, Y-Teens, Publications Staff . . . BROWN,
NANCY. . .
BROWN, SUSAN . . . Senior Cabinet, Red Cross,
Y-Teens, Tri-Chem, Girls' Chorus, Quo Vadis, Publi-
cations Staff, Quill and Scroll. . .BRUCE, CAROLYN
ANN . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, Bookworms . . .
BUBBUS, DAVID . . . BURNETT, BEVERLY . . .
Quo Vadis, PepCats, Y-Teens, Junior Girls' Chorus,
Senior Girls' Chorus, Quill and Scroll, Publications
Staff. . .
BURNETT, NADINE . . . Girls' Recreation
Association, PepCats, Art Club, Future Homemakers,
Film Crew . . . BURNETT, RAYMOND . . . Boys'
States Thespians, Basketball - - - and Micky Huffman sort laundry in boys' P,E,
"We got our CARE package cfirlytliisyear !"Bobby Dial, Lanny DuPriest,
BURNS, JIM . . . BURRIS, JERRY BONNER . .
LINDA ROSE BROWN NANCY BROWN
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SUSAN BROWN CAROLYN ANN BRUCE DAVID BUBBUS BEVERLY BURNETT
NADINE BURNETT RAYMOND BURNETT JIM BURNS JERRY BQNNER BURRIS 129
NANCY BURT LARRY BUSBEA
WES BYRD BRUCE D. CAMPBELL
130 RUTH CAMPBELL BETTY ANN CANARD
BURT, NANCY . . . Wildcat Editor, National Honor
Society, Wildcat Follies cast, StudentCouncil, Editor-
in-chief for the Business Student, Future Business
Leaders state reporter, Quill and Scroll historian,
Senior Choir reporter, Future Business Leaders
vice-president, Y-Teens chaplain, Future Teachers
secretary, Future Homemakers historian, Home Room
secretary-treasurer, Musical Varieties cast, Pep-
Cats, Miss Wildcat and HiComet, Publications Staff,
delegate to Mid-Winter and Mid-South Y-Teens con-
ventions . . . BUSBEA, LARRY. . .
BYRD, WES . . . Football, Track, Lettermen's Club,
Senior Cabinet, Le Cercle Francais, Home Room
vice-president . . . CAMPBELL, BRUCE D, . . .
transfer from England High School . . .
CAMPBELL, JOHN . . . Monitor for Dean of Boys,
Boys' Chorus, Manager for football and track . . .
CAMPBELL, LYNN . . . Home Room secretary,
Future Business Leaders, Y-Teens, Future Home-
makers, PepCats, Musical Varieties, Art Club. .
CAMPBELL, RUTH . . . Art Club, Future Home-
makers . . . CANARD, BETTY ANNE . . . Junior
Girls' Chorus, Senior Girls' Chorus, Musical Varieties
cast. . .
CAPLE, LINDA . . . Student Council, Catettes, Pep-
Cats, Los Gatos Espanoles, Y-Teens, Library monitor,
Publications Staff, Sophomore Talent assembly . . .
CATHELL, PAULETTA . . . PepCats, Le Cercle
Francais, National Honor Society, Future Business
Leaders secretary, Bookworms . . .
JOHN CAMPBELL LYNN CAMPBELL
LINDA CAPLE PAULETTA CATHELL
CATHEY, SHERRY . . . Catettes, PepCats, Future
Homemakers CATO, GLEN-DA . . . Future
Business Leaders junior historian, Los Gatos
Espanoles, National Honor Society . . .
CELARIER, LINDA . . .Publications Staff advertising
manager, Future Teachers historian, Office monitor,
PepCats, Y-Teens, Student Council. . . CHAPMAN,
CARL . . . Bookworms, Publications Staff Managing
Editor, Woodwork, Quill and Scroll . . .
CHISAM, MARY LEE . . . National Honor Society,
Senior Cabinet, Tri-Chem, Red Cross, Future
Business Leaders, Thespians, Future Teachers. . .
CHRISTENSEN, EDWARD. . .
CLAMON, VICTORIA ANN Senior Girls'
EHSGITIDIB . . . CLARK, JAMES . . . HOITIG ROOII1 "Do you think this fence will be strong enough to hold those 'Cats'?"
president Student Council Thespians Stage Crew asks Janet McClain as she and Anne Shugart decorate the field for the
Y ' ' Homecoming game.
CLEM, WILLARD . . . Future Tradesmen president,
Student Craftsman Award of the American Society
of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers, two awards
for outstanding work in the Arkansas Student Crafts-
man's Fair, State Machinist's Award, Machinist of
the Month, State Tradesman of the Year
CLEMENTS, REGGIE . . .
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JANE CLIFTON JAMES COKER
DAVID J. COLES DARBY COOK
CLIFTON, JANE . . . Senior Choir, National Honor
Society, Senior Girls' Ensemble, Future Business
Leaders, Quo Vadis, Tri-Chem, All State Choir,
Junior Girls' Chorus . . . COKER, JAMES . . .
Boys' State, Home Roompresident and vice-president,
Key Club, Junior Rotarian, Lettermen's Club, Manager
for football, basketball, and track . . .
COLES, DAVID JOHN . . . Senior Choir, Tri-Chem,
Pep Band, Concert and Marching Bands, Boys' Chorus
president and vice-president. Theta Science Club, Key
Club, All State Band, All State Choir, StudentDirector
of the Band, Senior Boys' Quartet, Arkansas Honor
Band, Quo Vadis, Musical Varieties cast, OCMA,
band monitor . . . COOK, DARBY . . . Catettes,
PepCats, Y-Teens, Los Gatos Espanoles, Choir
treasurer, Future Homemakers, Junior Girls' Chorus
COOK, JOHN KELLEY III . . . Senior Cabinet, Stage
crew, Film Crew, Key Club, Radio Club . . . COOK,
LYNETTE . . . Concert and Marching Bands, Varsity
Band, Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Publications Staff,
Quill and Scroll, Senior Girls' Chorus, Future Home-
makers. . .
COOK, MARILYN KAY . . . Future Nurses historian,
Y-Teens, PepCats, Future Business Leaders, Girls'
Recreation Association . . . COTTON, JACKIE . . .
COUTLER, PHYLLIS ANN . . . Home Room secretary
and treasurer, Future Business Leaders, Band
monitor, PepCats, Quo Vadis, Y-Teens, Girls' Re-
creation Association . . . COX, WALTER , , . Publi-
cations Staff. . .
JOHN K. COOK, III LYNETTE COOK
MARILYN K. COOK JACKIE COTTON PHYLLIS COULTER WALTER COX
CROOM, CAROLYN . . . Girls'State,NationalHonor
Society, Catettes, PepCats, Usher for Vesper Service
and Commencement, Y-Teens recorder, Tri-Chem,
Girls' Recreation Association . . . CUMMINGS,
BILLY. . . Film Crew . . .
CUPP, DARLENE MICKEY . . . Publications Staff,
Quill and Scroll, Thespians, transfer from Knoxville,
Tennessee . . . DARDEN, PHYLLIS . . . National
Honor Society, Senior Girls' Trio, Senior Girls'
Ensemble, Senior Choir, Student Council, Future
Homemakers, Home Room officer, All State Choir,
PepCats. . .
DAVIS, CHAROLETTE . . . PepCats, Girls'
Recreation Association, Y-Teens, Future Business
Leaders, Senior Girls' Chorus secretary, Thespians,
Home Room president, make-up committee for "The
Matchmaker" , , , DAVIS, RAYMOND , , ,
DESLAURIERS, LORRAINE MARIE . . . Future
Teachers treasurer, Future Business Leaders, Pep
Band, Concert, Marching, and Varsity Bands, Red
Cross, Art Club, Guidance monitor . . . DEVINEY,
MARTHA , , , Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff,
Wildcat Make-up Editor, Wildcat Follies cast, Red
Cross Training Center delegate, Red Cross County
newspaper editor, Thespians, Future Teachers first
vice-president, Girls' Recreation Association, Con-
cert and Marching Bands, Pep Band, Red Cross County
Council representative, PepCats, Band Publicity
Chairman. . .
DIAL, BOBBY . . . DIAL, JERRY W. . ,
"What do you mean, 'the British are coming? They ve been here
a hundred years!" exclaims Bill Anderson to Ronnie Kacklex
CAROLYN CROOM BILLY CUMMINGS
DARLENE MICKEY CUPP PHYLLIS DARDEN CHAROLETTE DAVIS RAYMOND DAVIS
LORRAINE DESLAURIES MARTHA DeVINEY BOBBY DIAL JERRY W DIAL 133
LOYD DOBBINS JAMES DODSON
NINA SUE DONHAM CAROLYN DORNBLASER
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DOBBINS, LOYD . . . First place award Future
Tradesmen's Fair . . . DODSON, JAMES . . .
DONHAM, NINA SUE . . . Home Room Secretary,
Student Council, PepC ats, Future Homemakers, Senior
Cabinet, Y-Teens, Girls' Recreation Association. . .
DORNBLASER, CAROLYN . . . Student Body sec-
retary. National Honor Society, Girls' State, All
State Band, All State Choir, Thespians vice-president,
Chapel president, Senior Choir historian, Home Room
president. Band librarian, Wildcat Follies cast, Girls'
Recreation Association, cast of "The Matchmaker,"
Junior Girls' Ensemble vice-president, Sophomore
Talent assembly . . .
DORTCH, DOROTHY , , , National Merit Finalist,
National Honor Society secretary, Girls' State, cast
of "The Matchmaker," National Science Foundation
Summer Institute Participant, Tri-Chem, Le Cercle
Francais, Quo Vadis, Future Teachers, Guidance
Office monitor, Projectionists Club . . . DOUGLAS,
DONNA SUELLEN . . . Student Council, PepCats,
Publications Staff, Quill and Scroll, Quo Vadis, Girls'
Recreation Association, Tri-Chem, National Honor
Society. . .
DOYLE, SHARRON LEE . . . PepCats, Senior Girls'
Choir . . . DRAPER, MURRAY . . .
DUCKWORTH, DIANA LYNNE . . .Catettes, PepCats,
Future Homemakers, Y-Teens, Monitor for the Dean
of Girls, Publications Staff . . . DUKE, BILL . . .
Track, football, Senior Cabinet . . .
DOROTHY DORTCH DONNA S. DOUGLAS
134 SHARRON L- DOYLE MURRAY DRAPER DIANA LYNN DUCKWORTH BILL DUKE
DUNNAVANT, JAMIE LEE . . . Senior Choir, Future
Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, Typing
monitor. Musical Varieties cast . . . DUPRIEST,
THOMAS LANNY . . .
EANES, CAROLYN . . . Future Nurses president,
Home Room secretary-treasurer, Red Cross, Film
Crew. Projectionists Club, Quo Vadis, Thespians
. . . EASTER, DIANE . . . Girls' Recreation Associ-
ation. . .
EDGIN, C, ALLEN . . . Future Tradesmen . . .
ELAM, ROBERT . . . Senior Choir, OCMA, Concert
and Marching Bands, Senior Cabinet, Wildcat Follies,
Musical Varieties cast, Boys' Chorus, Theta Science
Club, Red Cross president, Le Cercle Francais,
Pep Band . . .
ELLIS, NANCY ANNE , , , National I-1011010 Society, "No, no, girls. Just name, address, and phone number." Johnny
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Le Cercle Francais secretary, Future Homemakers, Shepherd 15 swamped by the Semof GMS Ensemble'
Typing monitor . . . ETHRIDGE, ANN . . .
FARMER, JANICE . . . FERGUSON, GARLAND . .
Publications Staff . .
JAMIE LEE DUNNAVANT THOMAS LANNY DuPRIEST
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CAROLYN EANES DIANE EASTER ALLEN EDGIN ROBERT ELAM
NANCY ANNE ELLIS ANN ETHRIDGE JANICE FARMER GARLAND FERGUSON 135
BILL FIELDING CHERRY FISHER
KATHY FITZPATRICK JAMES FLEMING
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FIELDING, BILL . . . Senior Choir, Home Room
president, Boys' Chorus, Quo Vadis, Wildcat Follies
cast, Musical Varieties cast. . . FISHER, CHERRY
. . . Student Council, Junior Homecoming Maid, Y-
Teens treasurer, Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats,
Catettes, Wildcats Follies cast, Future Business
Leaders, Home Room secretary and vice-president,
All State Chorus . . .
FITZPATRICK, KATHY . . . Catettes, PepCats, Y-
Teens, Quo Vadis, Student Council, Girls' Recreation
Association, Home Room secretary, Tri-Chem, Office
monitor, Future Homemakers . . . FLEMING, JAMES
. . .Future Tradesmen. . .
FORTE, SHARON . . . FORTNER, BILL . . .
FRIDAY, CHERYL , , , Catettes, PepCats, National
Honor Society, Y-Teens, Student Council, Future
Homemakers, Quo Vadis, Home Room secretary,
Monitor for the Dean of Girls, Typing monitor,
Girls' Recreation Association, Chapel speaker . . .
FRIEDRICH, NANCY . . . Band Librarian, Concert,
Marching, and Pep Bands, Girls' Recreation
Association, Future Nurses, National Honor Society,
Senior Cabinet, Usher for senior play . . .
FUEL, JEAN . . . Senior Girls' Ensemble, Senior
Choir, Musical Varieties cast, Future Business
Leaders . . . FURR, CHARLENE . . . Publications
Staff, Future Homemakers, Y-Teens, Film Crew
SHARON FORTE BILL FORTNER
136 CHERYL FRIDAY NANCY FRIEDRICH
JEAN FUEL CHARLENE FURR
GADBERRY, ANTHONY WAYNE . . . Key Club, Senior
Choir, Tri-Chem, Boys' Chorus vice-president,
Concert and Marching Bands, Stage Crew co-manager,
All State Chorus . . . GANN, JUDY GARLAND. . .
Girls' Recreation Association, Future Homemakers,
Future Business Leaders . . .
GARDNER, JAMES . . . GARNER, DAVID . . .Key
Club recording secretary, Student Council . .
GARRETT, PATRICIA Catettes, Thespians,
Future Nurses, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, Y-
Teens, Usher for Vesper Service and Commencement
. . . GATES, MICHAEL . . . Future Tradesmen,
transfer from Lindbergh High School, St. Louis,
Missouri. . .
GIFFORD, BECKY . . . Girls' Recreation Association
vice-president, Future Teachers reporter, Red Cross,
Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats, Y-Teens . . .
GILLIAM, MARY FRANCES . . . PepCats, Future
Nurses, Y-Teens, Girls' Recreation Association, Quill
and Scroll, Publications Staff . . .
GINGER, BARBARA Senior Girls' Chorus,
Musical Varieties, Junior Girls' Chorus, Y-Teens,
Future Nurses, Future Business Leaders, Future
Homemakers . . . GLOVER, LARRY EUGENE . . .
Art Club, Woodwork . . .
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LARRY R. GLOVER LARRY DON GOFF
JUDITH GOLDEN LAVEDA GOODE
GLOVER, LARRY R. . . . Art Club . . . GOFF,
LARRY DON . . . Publications Staff . . .
GOLDEN, JUDITH , , , Senior Choir, Senior Girls'
Ensemble, All State Choir, Girls' State, Catettes,
Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders, Junior
Girls' Chorus, Glee Club. PepClub, Y-Teens, Musical
Varieties cast . . . GOODE, LAVEDA . . . Home
Room vice president and secretary, Senior Cabinet,
PepCats, Future Business Leaders, Thespians, Senior
Girls' Ensemble, Senior Choir, Wildcat Follies cast,
Musical Varieties cast . . .
GOODMAN, CAROL . . . Future Homemakers, Pep-
Cats, Home Room secretary, Senior Girls' Chorus
. . . GOSS, DON . . . Student Body vice-president,
National Honor Society, Boys' State, Junior Rotarian,
Key Club, Tri-Chem, Quo Vadis, Inter-club Council,
Concert and Marching Bands, delegate to Safety
Convention in Atlanta, Usher for Vesper Service and
Commencement. . .
GRAY, JERRY LYNN . . . Student Council, PepCats,
Y-Teens, transfer from Ft. Smith High . . . GRAY,
SHARON KAYE . . . Senior Gir1s'Chorus, Thespians,
Make-up committee for "The Matchmaker" , , ,
GREENLEAF, GAYLE LORELEI . . . Band monitor,
Los Gatos Espanoles, Red Cross, transfer from
Watkins Overton High School, Memphis, Tennessee
. . . GREENWOOD, HAROLD . . .
CAROL GOODMAN DON GOSS
133 JERRY LYNN GRAY SHARON K. GRAY
GAYLE GREENLEAF HAROLD GREENWOOD
GREENWOOD, NANCY . . . Home Room treasurer
. . . GREGORY, PATRICIA ANN . . . Catettes, Pep-
Cats, Quo Vadis, Los Gatos Espanoles, Y-Teens,
National Honor Society . . .
GRIFFITH, PENNY , , , Quo Vadis, PepCats, Y-
Teens, Senior Girls' Chorus . . . GROSS, JOAN . . .
Art Club reporter, PepCats, Future Nurses, Y-Teens,
Quo Vadis, Senior Girls' Chorus, Future Homemakers,
Future Teachers, Girls' Recreation Association . . .
GUESS, PRISCILLA . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, Y-
Teens, Girls' Recreation Association, PepCats, Publi-
cations Staff, Senior Girls' Choir . . . GUTHRIE,
MARY LYNN. . .PepCats, Catettes, Y-Teens, Student
Council. Future Homemakers vice-president and
historian. Future Business Leaders, Red Cross,
Home Room secretary and treasurer. Typing monitor,
delegate to Student Council and Future Homemakers
conventions. hostess for Future Homemakers
Federation. . .
HALL, BARRY . . . Senior Boys' Quartet, Senior
Choir vice-president, Boys' Chorus secretary, All
State Choir, Key Club, Future Teachers, Musical
Varieties cast, Wildcat Follies cast . . . HALL,
HARVEY . . . Home Room president, Friendliest
Wildcat Boy, Senior Cabinet . . .
HALL, LINDA . . . Wildcat Mascot, Girls'Recreation
Association president, PepCats, Y-Teens, Red Cross,
Art Club, Phys Ed monitor . . . HALLMAN, SUSAN
. . . Student Council, Color Day Royalty, PepCats,
Catettes, Quo Vadis, Girls' Recreation Association,
Tri-Chem, Home Room vice-president and treasurer,
Future Homemakers . . .
PENNY GRIFFITH JOAN GROSS
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entertain at the Follies.
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JAMES HAMMETT PEGGY HANDLEY
JOHNNY HANEY STUART HANKINS
HAMMETT, JAMES , , , Future Tradesmen vice-
president, First Place in Public Speaking at the
Tool and Industries state convention, First Place
and Honorable Mention at the Craftsmen's Fair
. . . HANDLEY, PEGGY ANN . . . Future Home-
makers, Senior Girls' Chorus, Junior Girls' Chorus,
Choir library monitor. . .
HANEY, JOHNNY . . . HANKINS, STUART . . .
National Honor Society, Boys' State, Football Captain,
Key Club Board Member, Lettermen's Club, Junior
Rotarian, Home Room president, Tri-Chem, Le Cercle
Francais, All Big 9 Second Team, Usher for Vesper
Service and Commencement . . .
HARRIELL, BOBBY , , , National Honor Society, Key
Club, Tri-Chem vice-president, Home Room vice-
president, Quo Vadis, Golf Team, Chemistry lab
monitor, Hi-Y, Usher for Vesper Service and Com-
mencement. . . HARTWICK, GENE . . .
HAWKINS, ROBERT LLOYD . . .Guidance monitor,
Quo Vadis, Thespians, Quill and Scroll, Publications
assistant photographer . . . HAYNIE, JANICE , . .
Future Business Leaders, Film Monitor, Art Club,
Future Homemakers . . .
HAZEL, PHYLLIS ANNE . . . Future Homemakers,
transfer from Hampton, Arkansas . . . HELTON,
ROBERT . . .
BOBBY HARRIEL GENE HARTWICK
140 ROBERT HAWKINS JANICE HAYNIE
PHYLLIS HAZEL ROBERT HELTON
HERLACHER, HARRIETT . . . Concert and Marching
Bands, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers . . . HESTER,
NORMAN C. . . . National Honor Society, Bausch-
Lomb Award runner-up, Westinghouse Science Talent
Search contestant. Key Club, Current Science and
Aviation Award, Tri-Chem president, Amateur Rocket
Society vice-president, Theta Science Club secretary,
Guidance monitor, Film Crew, Science Fair first
and second place awards at local. district and state
levels in mathematics and biology . . .
HEWITT, JACKIE DIANE . . . Catettes. PepCats,
Y-Teens. Thespians, Future Business Leaders, Home
Room secretary, Red Cross. delegate to the Y-Teen
Mid-Winter Conference, Monitor for the Dean of
Girls . . . HICKS, BASIL V. JR. . . . Basketball,
Boys' State, National Honor Society, Key Club Board
Member. Junior Rotarian, Quo Vadis, Lettermen's
Club, Color Day Escort, Tri-Chem, Track, All
State and All Big 9 . . .
HIGDON, SAMMY . . . HIGH, DOYNE , . .Key Club
HIGHTOXYER, BETTY ANN , , , Future Homemakers
. . . HILL, DIXIE , , , Senior Cabinet, Red Cross,
Home Room treasurer, PepCats, Y-Teens, Girls'
Recreation Association, Future Homemakers . . .
HINSON, CAROLYN . . . Girls' Recreation Associ-
ation . . . HOFMANN, DONALD . . . Art award
at First National Bank Showing, Art on display at
Art Center, Art Club . . .
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Ann Bacon. Ann, Joy Phillips, Mrs. Searcy Thompsgn and Joyce
Phillips admire thc banquet decorations.
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RONALD HoLBRook JIMMY HOLLEY
GLORIA HOLMES JIM LEON HOLSTED
HOLBROOK, RONALD DEAN . . .HOLLEY, JIMMY
. . . Hi Comet Sports Editor, Stage Crew, Quill
and Scroll . . .
HOLMES, GLORIA JEAN . . . Office Monitor, Le
Cercle Francais, Future Business Leaders . . .
HOLSTED, JIM LEON . . . Boys' State, All State
and All Big 9 in basketball, Junior Rotarian, Basket-
ball, Football, Track, Quo Vadis, Home Room presi-
dent, Lettermen's Club, Usher for Commencement
HOLT, REBECCA ANNETTE . . . Senior Girls'
Trio, Girls' Ensemble, Senior Choir, Future Home-
makers, All State Choir, Y-Teens Chaplain, Quo
Vadis, PepCats, Thespians, Wildcat Follies cast,
Sophomore and Junior Talentassemblies. . . HORD,
PHILLIP . . . Track, Student Council, transfer from
Blytheville . . .
HOUGH, AUBREY , ,, , Theta Science Club president
and vice-president, National Honor Society treasurer,
Junior Rotarian, Concert and Marching Bands, Key
Club treasurer, National Science Foundation Summer
Scholarship, Tri-Chem treasurer, two first place
awards in Math-Science Fair, Quo Vadis, Boys'
Chorus, Boys' State, Band Monitor, Musical Varieties
cast, Wildcat Follies cast, Bausch-Lomb Science
Award runner-up . . . HOUSE, DIANNE ELAINE
. . . Student Council, PepCats, Y-Teens, Los Gatos
Espanoles, Future Business Leaders, Publications
Staff, Quill and Scroll, Junior Talent assembly,
delegate to City, and Mid-South Y-Teen Conferences,
Usher for Vesper Service and Commencement . . .
HOWARD, DELBERT W, , , , Head Quartermaster
for Band, Concert and MarchingBands. . . HOWARD,
GUY . . .
REBECCA HOLT PHILLIP HORD
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DELBERT HOWARD GUY HOWARD
HUFFMAN, MICKEY . . . Key Club Board Member,
Home Room president, Quo Vadis, Phys Ed monitor,
Future Teachers . . . HUFFMAN, WANDA , , ,
National Honor Society, Publications Staff head typist,
Quill and Scroll, Home Room secretary and treasurer,
Future Homemakers vice-president and treasurer,
Tri-Chem, Typing monitor . . .
HUGHES, JOYCE FAYE . . . Senior Cabinet,Catettes,
Home Room vice-president, Los Gatos Espanoles,
Monitor for the Dean of Girls, PepCats, Y-Teens,
Girls' Recreation Association . . . HUGHES, PENNY
, , , Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff, Future
Homemakers, Future Nurses, Catettes, PepCats,
Y-Teens, Senior Girls' Ensemble, Senior Choir Junior
Choir, Musical Varieties cast, Wildcat Follies cast,
Girls' Recreation Association, Senior Talent assembly
HUNT, SHERRY , , , Future Nurses, Girls' Recre-
ation Association, Pep Band, Concert and Marching
Bands, Band librarian. . . HUNTER, MIKE S, , , .
transfer from Mabelvale High . . .
IDOM, ROBERT . . . Marching Band, Film Crew
. . . INGRAM, DOBIE. . .
INMON, DONNIE . . .ISBELL,CALVIN. . .Football,
Track, Basketball, Senior Cabinet, Lettermen's Club,
Home Room vice-president, Publications Staff, Quill
and Scroll . . .
"And nobody believes I can really cook," cries Becky Wilson
to Johnny Shepherd.
MICKY HUFFMAN WANDA HUFFMAN
JOYCE HUGHES PENNY HUGHES SHERRY HUNT MIKE S. HUNTER
ROBERT IDOM DOBIE INGRAM DONNIE INMON CALVIN ISBELL
JACKSON, FANNIE LOU . . . National Honor Society,
Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats, Y-Teens, Senior Girls'
Chorus . . . JACKSON, PAM . . . Y-Teens, Le
Cercle Francais, Thespians, Senior Girls' Chorus,
Student Director for "The Matchmaker," transfer
from Fayetteville High . . .
JACKSON, RAYMOND . . . Pep and Marching Bands,
Los Gatos Espanoles . . . JEFFERY, RONALD E,
. . . Future Tradesmen, Marching Band, All State
Band, Le Cercle Francais . . .
JERNIGAN, IRA . . . Home Room reporter,
Publications Staff . . . JOHNSON, MARTHA . . .
Quo Vadis president, National Honor Society vice-
president, Future Homemakers vice-president, Red
Cross Inter-club Council representative, Medal
Winner for Medical Science division of Science
Fair, State Homemakers Award, delegate to State
Future Homemakers Convention, Tri-Chem, Monitor
for Dean of Girls . . .
FANNIE LOU JACKSON PAM JACKSON JOHNSON, RONALD J. Football, Track,
Thespians . . . JONES, DON . . . Future Tradesmen
JORDAN, DIANNA . . . Future Homemakers, Los
Gatos Espanoles, Y-Teens . . . JOSLIN, ROBERT
. . . Publications Staff, Lab monitor, Quill and Scroll
RAYMOND JACKSON RONALD JEFFERY
IRA JERNIGAN MARTHA JOHNSON
144 RONALD JOHNSON DON JONES DIANNA JORDAN ROBERT JOSLIN
JUAREZ, LORETTA CARLINE . . . Senior Girls'
Chorus president, Art Club, Y-Teens, Future Home-
makers, Future Nurses . . . JUSTICE, JAMES
ROBERT. . .
KACKLEY, RONNIE . . . Los Gatos Espanoles
reporter, Publications Staff, Home Room president
. . . KAYSER, MIRIAM , , ,Future Business Leaders
president, Future Nurses secretary and treasurer,
Typing monitor, PepCats, Y-Teens, Quo Vadis, Art
Club, Future Teachers, National Honor Society, First
Place in Math-Science Fair, delegate to Future Busi-
ness Leaders Convention . . .
KELLEY, LOUIS . . , Student Council, Key Club,Tri-
Chem, Theta Science, Qua Vadis, National Honor
Society, Home Room vice-president . . . KETCHER,
JOHN MORRELL . . . Art Club, Home Room
treasurer, Publications Staff Artist, Student Council,
Quill and Scroll, Cartoon used in Quill and Scroll's
new handbook for advisers of student publications . . .
KILPATRICK, JOEY . . . Student Council, Quo Vadis,
Tri-Chem . . . KING, JO ETTA . . . Concert and
Marching Bands, National Honor Society, Band librari-
an, Quo Vadis, Future Teachers, Y-Teens, Pep Band,
Senior Cabinet, Tri-Chem . . .
KING, SAMMY . . . KINLEY, DAVID . . . Key Club,
Home Room vice-president, National Honor Society
"The Berlin situation? Oh, I didn't know he was sick,"
answers a little old lady, QJohnnyShepherdJ to the man
on the street, Tommy Riggs.
CARLINE JUAREZ JAMES JUSTICE
RONNIE KACKLEY MIRIAM KAYSER
JOEY KILPATRICK JOETTA KING
LOUIS KELLEY JOHN M. KETCHER
SAMMY KING DAVID KINLEY
PAUL KLUTTS SANDI KRYER
BLENDA KUYKENDALL BILL LAFFERTY
KLUTTS, PAUL . . . KRYER, SANDI . . . Future
Homennakers, Girls' Recreation Association . . .
KUYKENDALL, BLENDA . , . Prop Committee for
"The Matchmaker" . . . LAFFERTY, BILL . . .
Forensic League president, Thespians, Publications
Staff, Home Room president, cast' of "The Match-
maker," Quill and Scroll, Christmas Play . . .
LAMMERS, TOMMIE . . .PepCats, Y-Teens Future
Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, Home Room
Secretary, Red Cross, Girls' Recreation Association,
monitor for Dean of Girls . . . LAND, ANNE , , ,
Thespians, Y-Teens, PepCats, Home Room secretary,
Student Council, Future Homemakers, Glee Club,
Band monitor, Home Room treasurer, Prop Com-
mittee for "The Matchmaker" . . .
LASSITER, SHIRLEY MARIE . . . Future Home-
makers, Senior Girls' Chorus . . . LATTA, OLIVER
. . . Key Club, Tri-Chem, Theta Science, Chemistry
lab monitor, Usher for Vesper Service . . .
LEE, GARY , , , National Honor Society president,
Drum Major for the Marching Band, Concert Band,
Pep Band, Boys' State, Key Club, Quo Vadis, Tri-
Chem, Inter-club Council, Senior Cabinet, delegate
to the State Honor Society Convention . . . LE MAY,
HAYES . . .
TOMMIE LAIVIIVIERS ANNE LANE
SHIRLEY LASSITER OLIVER LATTA
GARY LEE HAYES LQMAY
LEMMER, FRANCES . . . Los Gatos Espanoles,
Senior Choir, transfer from Balboa High School,
Balboa, Canal Zone, and Fort Knox High School,
Fort Knox, Kentucky . . . LENDERMAN, VIRGINIA
LOU . . . PepCats. . .
LEWIS, ROBERT DAVID , , , National Honor Society,
Tri-Chem, Theta Science Club, Thespians, Stage
Crew, Marching Band, Arkansas Amateur Rocket
Society, Pep Band, Concert Band, transfer from
Sylvan Hills . . . LEWIS, SHIRLEY ANN . . . Pep-
Cats, Future Homemakers, Senior Girls' Chorus,
Art Club . . .
LILES, GAY . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Tri-Chem,
Future Homemakers . . . LINN, BOBBI. . .Junior
Girls' Chorus, Senior Girls' Chorus, Future Home-
makers. , .
LISTER, TONI . . , Homecoming Royalty, Junior
Valentine Maid, Valentine Queen, Y-Teens president,
Senior Hostess for Greater Little Rock Y-Teens,
Student Council corresponding secretary, Y-Teens
vice-president. Home Room secretary and treasurer,
PepCats. Miss Wildcat, Publications Staff, Quill and
Scroll, Los Gatos Espanoles, Girls' Recreation
Association, delegate to City, State, and Mid-South
Y-Teen Conferences . . . LOVELL, JANET . . .
Cheerleader, Girls' State, Student Council, PepCats,
Publications Staff, Quill and Scroll Pledge Mistress,
Wildcat Follies cast, Thespians, Y-Teens, Home
Room reporter, Future Homemakers, cast of "The
lXlatclimaker," Sophomore and Junior Talent as-
semblies. . .
LUTER, AUNDRA . . . Red Cross, Future Business
Leaders, Future Homemakers, Typing monitor . . .
LYOND, JANET KAYE . . . Concert and Marching
Bands. . .
"Aw, you'rc kidding. I really don't look like :1 West Point Cadet,"
says band member Harold Murchison to Lois Pinkerton,
DAVID LEWIS SHIRLEY LEWIS GAY LILES BOBBI LINN
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TONI LISTER JANET LOVELL AUNDRA LUTER JANET LYONS
LYONS, JIMMY . . . Publications Staff . . . MADDY,
PRISCILLA . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, Future Home-
makers, Y-Teens, Senior Girls' Chorus . . .
MAHNKER, JOHN WAYNE . . . Marching Band, Los
Gatos Espanoles, Stage Crew . . . MARKS, LINDA
CHERYL . . . Red Cross, Y-Teens, Thespians, Future
Nurses, Bookworms, Future Homemakers, Girls'
Recreation Association, PepCats, Student Director for
"The Matchmaker" . . .
MARTIN, SARA BETH . . . Student Council, Catettes,
PepCats treasurer, Y-Teens, Le Cercle Francais,
Thespians, Senior Choir, Usher for Vesper Service
. . .MAULDIN, BOBBIE . . .
MAXWELL, RUTH , , , Future Homemakers, Senior
Girls' Chorus . . . MAY, DAVID . . . Football,
Home Room vice-president, Thespians, Track . . .
MCARTHUR, LAVERDIA ANN . . . Future Business
Leader, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, Future
IMMY L S
J YON PRISCILLA MADDY Nurses, senior Girls' Chorus . . . MCCLAIN, JANET
. . . PepCats, Catette Hand Drill Leader, Home Room
president, Y-Teens, Quo Vadis, monitor for Dean of
Girls, Senior Choir, Quill and Scroll, Publications
Staff, Junior Talent assembly . . .
WAYNE MAHNKER LINDA MARKS
SARA BETH MARTIN BOBBY MAULDIN
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MCCLENDON, JUDI ANN . . . McDONALD, ARLEN
. . . Senior Choir, Thespians, Boys' Chorus, Home
Room vice-president, cast of "The Matchmaker,"
Senior Boys' Quartet, Madrigal Singers . . .
MCMILLAN, ALTON. . .Senior Cabinet, Publications
Staff, Film Crew . . . MCMURTRY, SANDI . . .
PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, Senior Choir, Junior
Choir, Musical Varieties cast, Thespians, transfer
from Mount St. Mary's . . .
MCPHERSON, ROBERT E. . . . Football, Track
. . . MCRAE, ANNE . . . Senior Cabinet, Y-Teen,
PepCats, Home Room secretary-treasurer,
Thespians, Le Cercle Francais, Future Nurses,
cast of "The Matchmaker" . . .
MEDLOCK, RAYMOND C. . . . National Merit
Finalist. Home Room president, Key Club, Arkansas
Amateur Rocket Society, Stage Crew, Los Gatos
Espanoles, Library monitor, Thespians, cast of "The
Matchmaker" . . . MERRITT, JANELIE . . . Glee
Club, Choir, Senior Girls' Ensemble, Y-Teens, Future
Business Leaders, All Stage Choir, National Honor
Society . .
MICHAEL, JAMES . . . Glee Club, Junior Choir . . .
MIDDLEBROOKS, KATHY . . . Art Club, Home Room
reporter, Y-Teens, PepCats . . .
ALTON MCMILLAN SANDI MCMURTRY
RAYMOND MEDLOCK JANELLE MERRITT
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MILLER, DAVID C. . . . Red Cross, Quo Vadis,
Future Teachers, Theta Science Club, Key Club
. . . MILLER, GLORIA JEAN . . . Y-Teens, Future
Nurses, Future Homemakers, Senior Choir . . .
MITCHELL, PAUL . . . Inter-club Council, Future
Tradesmen, First Place Award in Craftsmen's Fair
. . . MONROE, JAMES DANIEL . . . Wildcat Editor,
Hi Comet Sports Editor, Football, Quill and Scroll,
Student Council, Track, Wildcat Follies cast, Letter-
men's Club, Senior Talent assembly, Class Day
h committee . . .
MONTGOMERY, GLENN . . . Football, Basketball,
Track, Student Council, Home Room president and
vice-president . . . MONTGOMERY, JOAN , . ,
Cheerleader, PepCats,Y-Teens, Future Homemakers,
Senior Cabinet. . .
MONTGOMERY, LARRY DON . . .Future Tradesmen
sergeant-at-arms . . . MOORE, CHARLES , , .
. . . Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers
PAUL MITCHELL JAMES D. MONROE
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MORROW, DENNIS . . .Track, Football. . .MOYER,
BRUCE , , . Tri-Chem, Junior Historians, Thespians
MURPHY, LYNDA . . . Concert and Marching Bands,
Future Teachers . .. MURRAY, RAYMOND, K.
. . , National Honor Society, Key Club, Quo Vadis,
Office monitor . . .
MURRAY, SHIRLEY , , , Girls' Recreation Associ-
ation, Future Homemakers . . . MYERS, HERSHEL
NAIL, FRANCES , . , National Honor Society,
Forensic League treasurer, Art Club secretary and
vice-president, Future Teachers vice-president . . .
NAIL, JIM . . . Home Room president, Band Captain,
Tri-Chem, Concert and Marching Bands, Pep Band
NAKAMURA, MERI . . . National Honor Society,
Future Business Leaders, Y-Teens, Award in State
Future Business Leaders Convention, Office monitor,
Shorthand monitor . . . NELSON, CHERYL DEE
ANN . . . Quill and Scroll, Wildcat Assistant Make-
up Editor, Hi Comet Feature Editor, Future Teachers,
Le Cercle Francais, Future Business Leaders, Art
Club. Home Room secretary, Future Nurses reporter,
Wildcat Follies cast, PepCats, Y-Teens publicity
chairman, Girls' Recreation Association, Candy-
striper, Junior and Senior Talent assemblies, delegate
to AHSPA and to FBLA State Conventions . . .
"If you guys don't win this game you'll have to walk back I"
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JANE ANN NEWBERY BILL NICHOLS
WANDA JEAN NORMAN PAT NOWELL
NEWBERRY, JANE ANN . . . National Honor Society,
Future Homemakers vice-president and historian,
Catettes, PepCats, Tri-Chem, Home Room secretary-
treasurer, Red Cross . . . NICHOLS, BILL . . .
Key Club Board Member, Concert and Marching
Bands, Band Student Director, Boys' Chorus president
and pianist, All State Band, Senior Cabinet, Quo
Vadis, Wildcat Follies cast . . .
NORMAN, WANDA JEAN , , , Junior Girls' Chorus,
Future Homemakers, Los Gatos Espanoles
NOWELL, PAT . . . Track, Le Cercle Francais,
Thespians, Publications Staff, cast of "The Match-
maker", , ,
O'CAIN, LARRY . . . Publications photographer, Film
Crew . . . ODOM, DOUG . . Football Captain, Los
Gatos Espanoles, Boys' State, Home Room president,
Thespians, Lettermen's Club secretary . . .
OISHI, EMIKO , , , Y-Teens treasurer, PepCats,
Future Homemakers, Tri-Chem, Projectionists Club,
Publications Staff, Quill and Scroll . . . OWENS,
MARY ELIZABETH , , , Student Council, Y-Teens,
Junior Girls' Chorus, PepCats, Future Business
Leaders, Quo Vadis, Typing monitor, Musical
Varieties cast . . .
PACK, LYNDA JOYCE . . . PAPAGEORGE, MARIA
. . . National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Wild-
cat Make-up Editor, Hi Comet re-write Editor, Home
Room secretary and reporter, PepCats, Y-Teens,
Quo Vadis, Office monitor, Quill and Scroll secretary
LARRY O'CAIN DOUG ODOM
EMIKO OISHI MARY E. OWENS LYNDA JOYCE PACK MARIA PAPAGEORGE
PARKINSON, DARRYL . . . PepC ats, Y-Teens, Future
Business Leaders . . . PARSONS, CAROLYN . . .
Senior Choir, Senior Girls' Ensemble, Future Home-
makers, Junior Choir. Art Club . . .
PARTIN, JUDY . . . National Honor Society, Student
Council, PepCats, Future Homemakers, Future Busi-
ness Leaders. Quo Vadis, Red Cross . . .
PEMBERTON, JOHN WILLIAM . . . Golf Team,
Tri-Chem. Marching Band, Quo Vadis . . .
PENNEY, BETTY RUTH . . . PERKINS, RICHARD K
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, , , 4 ,, "Boy, has Debbie Drake got something started!" complain the back-
PETERS' FAYE ' ' ' PETERS' VIILLIANI 'DUKE bending cheerleaders as they perform for the Color D21yRoyaIt3'.
PHILLIBER, BILL . . . Key Club, Forensic League,
Los Gatos Espanoles, Thespians, Wildcat Band,
National Honor Society. . . PHILLIPS, HAROLD, , .
Los Gatos Espanoles, Art Club . . .
DARRYL PARKINSON CAROLYN PARSONS
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JOE PHILLIPS JOY PHILLIPS
JOYCE PHILLIPS TOMMY PIERCY
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PHILLIPS, JOE . . . Concert and Marching Bands,
Publications Staff photographer, Track team, Camera
Club, Radio Club . . . PHILLIPS, JOY . . .Cheer-
leader Captain, National Honor Society, Home Room
president, Tri-Chem, PepCats, Y-Teens, Future
Homemakers vice-president. . .
PHILLIPS, JOYCE , , , Cheerleader Captain, Pep-
Cats, Y-Teens, Students Council, Senior Cabinet,
Home Room secretary, Future Homemakers vice-
president . . . PIERCY, TOMMY . . . Concert and
Marching Bands, Pep Band, Senior Choir, Tri-
Chem, OCMA, Boys' Chorus . . .
PINKERTON, LOIS . . . Cheerleader, Home Room
president, PepCats, Y-Teens, Quo Vadis, Future
Homemakers, Thespians . . . PLUMMER, JACKIE
. . . Head Manager for football, basketball, andtrack,
Home Room president, Lettermen's Club, Quo Vadis,
Stage Crew. . .
POHNKA, PEGGY SUE . . . National Honor Society,
Student Council, Senior Choir, Tri-Chem, PepCats,
Home Room vice-president, Junior Girls' Chorus
. . . POLITE, LARRY . . .
POOL, MURIELEN-E . , , PepCats, Quo Vadis, Future
Homemakers . . . POTTER, MARY . . . PepCats,
Le Cercle Francais, Red Cross, Senior Girls' Choir
LOIS PINKERTON JACKIE PLUMMER
MURIELENE POOL MARY POTTER
PRICE, WILLIS E. . . . Publications Staff, Quill
and Scroll, Mr. Wildcat . . . PRINCE, ANDY , , ,
Marching Band, Home Room vice-president, Senior
Cabinet, Boys' Chorus . . .
RANEY, CARL L. . . . RAY, CARY . . . Future
Tradesmen vice-president . . .
REAVES, BILLIE JEAN . . . Future Homemakers
. . . REEMES, SUE . . . Thespians, Properties
Committee for "The Matchmaker" , , ,
RICE, AUBREY . . . RICHARDSON, BRENDA . . .
Varsity and Marching Bands, Future Homemakers
RIGGS, TOM PEYTON , , , Thespians, cast of "The
Matchmaker," Publications Staff, Senior Quartet,
Senior Choir, The Pastels, The Crimsons, "Tom
Peyton" of KXLR, transfer from Baton Rouge High
. . . ROBERTS, DORIS ANNE . . . Future Home-
Grizzle, and Connie Kirby look on.
"No, you fool, it's 'hail, Caesar' and not 'hail, Nero,"' roars John
Ketcher as Frances Shepherd, Alice Cummings, Susan Brown, Pam
makers, Future Teachers, Publications Staff, Quill
and Scroll, transfer from Jacksonville High . . .
WILLIS E. PRICE ANDY PRINCE
CARL RANEY CARY RAY BILLIE JEAN REAVES SUE REEMES
AUBREY RICE BRENDA RICHARDSON ToM PEYTON RIGGS DoR1s ANNE ROBERTS
ROBERTS, JUDITH . . . PepCats, Student Council,
Catettes, Senior Cabinet, Quo Vadis, Girls' Recre-
ation Association, Y-Teens, Sophomore and Junior
7 Talent assemblies. Publications Staff . . .ROBERTS,
POLLY ANN , , , Concert and Marching Bands, Pep
Band, Quo Vadis, Future Business Leaders, Future
Homemakers. . .
ROBERSON, DANNY , , , Home Room president,
J Thespians . . . ROEHRENBECK, RICK . . . Senior
Cabinet, transfer from Catholic High . . .
ROGERS, R. E. . . .ROGERS, GINGER. . .Catettes,
PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, Los Gatos
,. Espanoles, Home Room Secretary, Monitor for the
Dean of Girls . . .
ROTTON, JO LEE . . . Catettes, Pepcats, All State
Choir, Senior Choir, Junior Choir, Y-Teens, Future
- Homemakers, Bookworms, Quo Vadis, Library
monitor, Musical Varieties cast, National Honor
JUDITH ROBERTS POLLY ANN RQBERTS Society . . . RUSH, KATY . . . C3tGtfeS, P6pCatS,
Y-Teens, Los Gatos Espanoles . . .
RUSSELL, ALLEN R. . . . Transfer from Ozark
High . . . SANDERS, JAMES ALLEN . . . Football,
Basketball, Manager for football and track . . .
DANNY ROBERSON RICK ROEHRENBECK
R. E. ROGERS GINGER ROGERS
156 JO LEE ROTTON KATY RUSH ALLAN RUSSELL JAMES A. SANDERS
SANDERS, MURIEL . . . Transfer from Vilonia High
. . . SANTORUFO, LINDA , , , Red Cross, Quo
Vadis, Concert and Marching Bands, Pep Band, Home
Room vice-president, Future Teachers, Bookstore
monitor, Future Nurses, Y-Teens . . .
SCARBOROUGH, LELIA . . . SCHIFFER, DANIEL
KENNETH . . . National Honor Society, Theta Science
Club, Arkansas Amateur Rocket Society president,
Tri-Chem, Stage Crew , , ,
SCHUCK, PAM . , , National Honor Society, Junior
Talent assembly, Tri-Chem, Quo Vadis, Los Gatos
Espanoles, PepCats, Future Homemakers, Red Cross
. . . SCHULTZ, ROBERT K, , , , Home Room
president. Key Club, Theta Science, Tri-Chem,
Concert and Marching Bands, Chemistry lab monitor,
Quo Vadis, Projectionists Club . . .
SCHUSTER, BILLIE JO , , . Junior Choir vice-
president, Y-Teens, Publications Staff . . .SCOTT,
PATRICIA LEE , , , Senior Girls' Chorus, Future
Business Leaders, Junior Choir, Musical Varieties
cast, Glee Club, Future Homemakers . . .
SHARP, KENNETH D. . . . SHAW, BETTY ANN
. . . PepCats. Future Business Leaders, Quo Vadis,
Future Homemakers, Junior Girls' Chorus . . .
"Gee. I wish we could afford a two-room house," muses Pat Weed.
Christmas play cast dresses back stage.
MURIEL SANDERS LINDA SANTORUFO
LELIA SCARBOROUGI-I DANIEL K. SCHIFFER PAM SCI-IUCK ROBERT SCHULTZ
BILLIE JO SCHUSTER PATRICIA LEE SCOTT KENNETH D. SHARP BETTY ANN SHAW
LAWRENCE SHEETS FRANCES SHEPHERD
JOHNNY SHEPHERD JEANNE SHIELDS
SHEETS, LAWRENCE S. . . .SHEPHERD, FRANCES
. . . Thespians secretary-treasurer, Home Room
secretary-treasurer, PepCats, Catettes, Y-Teens,
Publications Staff, Quill and Scroll, Miss Wildcat,
Girls' Recreation Association, Le Cercle Francais,
Chairman for the Properties Committee for "The
Matchmaker". . .
SHEPHERD, JOHNNY , , , Hi Comet Editor, Boys'
State, Boys' Nation Alternate, Student Council,
Thespians reporter, Quill and Scroll President, Color
Day Escort, Football and Track manager, Secretary
for AHSPA, Wildcat Follies Master of Ceremonies,
Home Room president, cast of "The Matchmaker,"
Sophomore and Junior Talent assemblies . . .
SHIELDS, JEANNIE , , , Cheerleader, Girls' State,
Homecoming Royalty, Junior 'Valentine Maid,
Friendliest Girl, Student Council, PepCats, Catettes,
Y-Teens, Quo Vadis, Sophomore Talent assembly
SHILLICUTT, LARRY , , , Concert and Marching
Bands, Tri-Chem . . . SHUGART,' ANNE . . .
Catettes, PepCats secretary, Senior Cabinet, Y-Teens,
City Y-Teen secretary, State Y-Teen Conference
delegate, Mid-South Y-Teen delegate, Thespians,
Future Homemakers, Home Room secretary,
Thespians . . .
SHUMATE, LEE ROY, , ,Home Roomvice-president,
Lettermen's Club, Football, Track, Los Gatos
Espanoles . . . SIMPSON, LINDA . . . Senior Girls'
Ensemble, Senior Choir, Future Business Leaders,
Glee Club, Future Homemakers . . .
SIMPSON, BILL . . . Track . . . SINGLETON, ANNE
Future Nurses, Thespians, Wildcat Band, PepCats,
Red Cross, Future Homemakers, Future Business
Leaders, Los Gatos Espanoles, Inter-club Council
LARRY SHILLCUTT ANNE SHUGART
LEE ROY SHUMATE LINDA SIMPSON
BILL SIMPSON ANNE SINGLETON
SINKEY, LARRY BURT . . . Home Room vice-
president, Film Crew, Publications Staff, Quill and
Scroll . . . SMITH, BARBARA ANN . . . Future
Homemakers, Future Business Leaders, Film Crew,
Band Publicity Committee . . .
SMITH, BARBARA J. . . . Home Room president,
Catettes, PepCats, Y-Teens. Future Homeniukers,
Home Room secretary-treasurer. Senior Choir, Junior
Girls' Chorus . . . SMITH, DALIQ L, , , ,
SMITH, IEDXXARD . . . Senior Choir. Boys' Chorus,
Theta Science Club. Marching Band. Varsity Band.
OCMA . , , SMITH, JIMMY , , , National Honor
Society, Key Club, Tri-Chem, Theta Science Club,
Home Room president, Chemistry lab monitor,
Amateur Rocket Society, transfer from Decatur High,
DGCZHLIF. Alabzlfha . . . Just call me Lawrence Welk. Bobby Bankowski
plays for the Senior Talent Assembly.
SMITH, RONNY , , , SNIDER, THOMAS , I l Kgy
Club, Tri-Chem, Los Gatos Espanoles, Lab monitor,
National Honor Society . . .
SNYDER, BARBARA , , , Transfer from Mount St.
Mary's . . . SPAIN, ELIZABETH , , ,
LARRY B. SINKEY BARBARA A. SMITH
BARBARA J. SMITH DALE SMITH EDWARD SMITH JIMMY SMITH
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RONNY SMITH THOMAS SNIDER BARBARA SNYDER ELIZABETH SPAIN
BEVERLY SPARKS MARIBETH SPEARMON
THOMAS A. SPENCER, III LYNNE SPRIGG
SPARKS, BEVERLYANN. . .SeniorGirls'Ensemble,
Senior Choir, Junior Choir, PepCats, Musical
Varieties cast . . . SPEARMON, MARIBETH . . .
Catettes, Senior Cabinet, PepCats, Mid-South Y-
Teen Conference, Y-Teens secretary, Y-Teens City
Conference, Quo Vadis, Quill and Scroll, Future
Homemakers. . .
SPENCER, THOMAS AUSTIN . . . Concert Band . . .
SPRIGG, LYNNE PRITCHARD . . . Tri-Chem
secretary. Arkansas Amateur Rocket Society
secretary, Theta Science Club, Future Nurses,
National Honor Society, Office monitor, Inter-club
Council. . .
STACKS, LARRY . . . Future Tradesmen secretary,
Film Crew. Art Club, Porjectionists Club ., ,
STAFFORD, JERRY L. . . .
STAGGS, MARILYN . . . Senior Choir, Junior Choir,
Glee Club, Future Homemakers, Future Business
Leaders . . . STAKEMILLER, JUDY . . . Home
Room treasurer, Future Homemakers treasurer, Pep-
Cats, Library monitor, Quo Vadis, Bookworms,
National Honor Society . . .
STANE, LINDA . . . Senior Girls' Chorus vice-
president . . . STEPTER, SHARON . . . Quo Vadis,
Senior Choir librarian, Red Cross, Senior Girls'
Ensemble, Junior Girls' Trio, Glee Club, Girls'
Recreation Association, All State Chorus . . .
LARRY STACKS JERRY STAFFORD
MARILYN STAGGS JUDY STAKEMILLER
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STEPTER, SHERRILL . . . National Honor Society,
Tri-Chem, Key Club, Theta Science Club. Quo Vadis
Office monitor . . . STEWART, KONI JEAN . .
STEWART, MARIBETH .. . PepCats, Y-Teens,
delegate to Mid-Winter Conference, Future Home-
makers, Future Business Leaders, Red Cross, Los
Gatos Espanoles, Bookworms, Library monitor. . .
STONE, CAROLYN ANN . . . Senior Girls' Chorus,
Junior Girls' Chorus, Future Homemakers, Glee
Club, Musical Varieties cast . . .
STOUT, CAROLYN . .. National Honor Society
bulletin board chairman, Future Teachers. Senior
Cabinet, Le Cercle Francais, Y-Teens, Art Club
treasurer, Home Room secretary, PepCats, Inter-
club Council . . . STRICKLIN, JAMES . . . Transfer
from Bell Gardens Senior High, Bell Gardens, Cali-
fornia. . .
STROUD, BETTY . . . Senior Choir, Home Room
vice-president, Home Room treasurer, Future Busi-
ness Leaders, Junior Choir . . . TALLEY, DORIS
ANN . . . Future Homemakers. PepCats . . .
TARVIN, JOYCE ANN , , , Student Council, Future
Homemakers vice-president, Future Business
Leaders. PepCats, Le Cercle Francais reporter,
Y-Teens, Glee Club . . . TATE, CAROLYN JANE
"Well done, boy, you made the block in twenty minutes
Tommy Riggs to Pat Nowell.
SHERRILL STEPTER KONI JEAN STEWART
MARIBETH STEWART CAROLYN STONE
CAROLYN STOUT JAMES STRICKLIN
BETTY STROUD DORIS TALLEY
JOYCE TARVIN CAROLYN TATE
LARRY TATOM JOE DAVID TAYLOR
GEORGE TENNEY LAWRENCE TESTERMAN
2 JACK A. THURMAN CLAUDIA TOLAND
TATOM, LARRY . . . TAYLOR, JOE DAVID , , ,
TENNEY, GEORGE EDWARD , , , Quartermaster
for Concert and Marching Bands, Home Room
president, Boys' Chorus, Quo Vadis, Pep Band . . .
TESTERMAN, LAWRENCE . . . Office monitor . . .
THOMPSON, BARBARA GAIL . . . Girls' State, Home
Room vice-president, Art Club president, Senior Girls'
Ensemble, All State Choir, Le Cercle Francais,
Ensemble historian . . . THOMPSON, JAMES L.
. . . Los Gatos Espanoles . . .
THURMAN, JACK A. . . . Concert and Marching
Bands, Film Crew head monitor, Amateur Radio
Club president, vice-president, Stage Crew, Tri-
Chem, Theta Science Club, Key Club, Projectionists
Club . . . TOLAND, CLAUDA . . . Senior Choir,
Senior Girls' Ensemble, Junior Girls' Choir treasurer,
PepCats . . .
TUCKER, FRANCES , , , National Honor Society,
Senior Girls' Trio, Senior Girls' Ensemble, All
State Choir, Senior Choir treasurer, Junior Choir,
Glee Club, Future Homemakers . . . TYLER, JAMES
. . . National Merit Finalist, Bausch-Lomb Science
Award, National Science Foundation Student, First,
second, and third place prizes in Mathematics at
the Math-Science Fair, All State Choir, National
Honor Society project chairman, Theta Science Club
vice-president, Key Club corresponding secretary,
Concert and Marching Bands, Boys' Chorus, Le
Cercle Francais, Junior Rotarian, Musical Varieties
cast, Wildcat Follies cast, Inter-club Council . . .
BARBARA THOMPSON JAMES THOMPSON
FRANCES TUCKER JAMES TYLER
VANDERPOOL, BARBARA JOAN . . . Red Cross, I
Future Business Leaders . . . VAUGHAN, MIKE
. . . Football Captain, Boys' State, Lettermen's
Club president. Home Room president, Junior Talent I
assembly, Track. . .
VINT, CAROLYN . . . Future Business Leaders,
Girls' Recreation Association, PepCats, Y-Teens
. . . WALLACE, JEANE . . . Student Council,
Catettes, PepCats, Y-Teens, Home Room vice-
president. Future Teachers, Future Nurses, Future
Business Leaders, Red Cross, Art Club, Girls'
Recreation Association. . .
WARD, MARY FRANCES . . , Los Gatos Espanoles,
Y-Teens Future Homemakers, Senior Girls' Chorus
. . . WARRICK, PAM. . . PepCats president, National
Thespiansy yyildcat Follies Cast, 31id-SOuth Y-TeenS "Let's see . . . Dear Ann Landers . . . " James Michael avoids
Conference, All State Chorus, cast of "The
Matmakeru . . .
WASHBURN, JERRY D. . . . Concert and Marching
Bands, Pep Band WAYMIRE, JIMMY .. .
Band, Stage Crew, Film Crew . . .
BARBARA VANDERPOOL MIKE VAUGHAN
CAROLYN VINT JEANE WALLACE RICHARD WALLACE JA-NIE WALTERS
MARY FRANCES WARD PAM WARRICK JERRY WASHBURN JIMMY WAYMIRE
BEVERLY WEATHERSBY JAMES L. WEBB
PAT WEED C. LARRY WEIR
WEATHERSBY, BEVERLY. . .WildcatEditor, Publi-
cations Staff Artist and Make-up Editor, Quill and
Scroll, Art Club vice-president, Junior Girls' Chorus,
Musical Varieties cast, Red Cross County Council
representative, Quo Vadis, Girls' Recreational
Association, Thespians, Inter-club Council . . .
WEBB, JAMES LUTHER, JR. . . . Future Trades-
WEED, PAT , , , Catettes, National Honor Society,
Homecoming Royalty, Quo Vadis, Thespians, Pep-
Cats, Forensic League Co-chairman, Y-Teens . . .
WEIR, C. LARRY . . . National Honor Society, Key
Club, Tri-Chem, Boys' Chorus, Senior Cabinet, Con-
cert and Marching Bands, Pep Band, Quo Vadis . . .
WEST, BETTY ANN . . . Future Homemakers, Los
Gatos Espanoles . . . WHITAKER, GARY , , , Publi-
cations Staff. . .
WHITE, PEGGY , , , Le Cercle Francais, Monitor
for the Dean of Girls, Publications Staff, Girls'
Recreation Association, Phys Ed assistant . . .
WHITSON, EMILY . . . Assistant Drum Major for
the Marching Band, Future Teachers President, Red
Cross president, National Honor Society, Secretary
for Chapel, Girls' Recreation Association secretary,
Red Cross County Council representative, PepCats,
Office monitor, Home Room president, Quo Vadis,
Art Club, Theta Science Club, Volunteen Staff Aide
WIGGS, ROY . . . Publications Staff . . . WILKINS,
ALLEN . . .
BETTY A. WEST GARY WHITAKER
PEGGY WHITE EMILY WHITSON
ROY WIGGS ALLEN WILKINS
WILKINS, DENNIS . . . Student Council, Football,
Track, Lettermen's Club vice-president, Fire Mar-
shal, Home Room president . . . WILLIAMS, BILL
WILLIAMS, SANFORD . . . WILSON, BEKI , , ,
Y-Teens, Thespians, PepCats, Catettes. Los Gatos
Espanoles, Wildcat Follies cast, Sophomore Talent
assembly. . .
WINGET, RICHARD OWENS Transfer from
Clarksville High, Clarksville, Tennessee . . . WIRT,
BETTY . . . Catettes, PepCats, Y-Teens, Future
Business Leaders. Future Homemakers, Home Room
secretary and treasurer . . .
WITKOWSKI, MARLYN. . .Catettes,PepCats,Girls'
Recreation Association, Le Cercle Francais, Y-Teens,
Publications Staff, Quill and Scroll, Home Room
secretary and treasurer. Phys Ed assistant,
Sophomore andJunior Talentassemblies. . .WOLFE,
HARVEY . . . Key Club, Tri-Chem, Boys' Chorus,
National Honor Society, Senior Cabinet, Concert and
Marching Bands, Pep Band, Home Room president,
Quo Vadis . . .
WOOD, BOB . . . WOOD, CYNTHIA JANE , .
Thespians, transfer from Fuller High . . .
SANFORD WILLIAMS BECKI WILSON
MARILYN WITKOWSKI HARVEY WOLFE
And remember, girls, never have your buck to the camera.
The Cheerleaders lead fifteen rahs for the Wildcats.
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DENNIS WILKINS BILL WILIJIAIVIS
RICHARD VVINGET BETTY WIRT
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BOB WOOD CYNTHIA WOOD 165
BILL WOODY BETTY WOOLVERTON
ROYCE WORKS CYNTHIA WORRELL
WOODY, BILL ... Senior Cabinet . ..
WOOLVERTON, BETTY ALICE . . . PepCats, Y-
Teens, Future Homemakers, Quo Vadis . . .
WORKS, ROYCE . . . Bookworms secretary and
treasurer, Future Teachers, -Art Club reporter,
Future Homemakers . . . WORRELL, CYNTHIA . . .
National Honor Society, Tri-Chem, Theta Science
Club, Red Cross County Council representative, Future
Teachers, Prize in the Medical Science division of
Math-Science Fair, Quo Vadis, Y-Teens, Thespians
WRIGHT, RONNIE . . . WRIGHT, TOMMY , . .
WYNNE, CAROLE LORANE , , , Catettes, PepCats
historian, Choir librarian, Y-Teens, Color Day as-
sembly, cast of "The Matchmaker" . . . WYNNS,
SUE . . . PepCats, Catettes, Y-Teens, Home Room
secretary, Le Cercle Francais . . .
YELLE, RUTH ELIZABETH . . . ASLA District
Secretary, Theta Science Club, Bookworms, Library
monitor, Tri-Chem, Red Cross, Quo Vadis, Art
Club, National Honor Society . . . YOUNG, JOHN
DAVID . , , Basketball, Boys' State, Student Council,
Home Room president, Tennis, Lettermen's Club
RONNIE WRIGHT TOMMY WRIGHT
CAROLE L. WYNNE SUE WYN JS
RUTH YELLE JOHN D. YOUNG
YOUNG, SHIRLEY . . . Transfer from Central High
- - - YOUNTS, BETH . . . Girls' Recreation As-
sociation, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, Art Club,
Glee Club, PepCats, Monitor for shorthand . . .
ZAWISLAK, FREDERICK JOSEPH , , Boys' Chorus,
transfer from Catholic High . . .
SHIRLEY YOUNG BETH YOUNTS
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Fred Smith, Danny Lee, James Evans, Mike Bentley,
and Jim Higham proudly present their Ouachitatrophies
to Coach Hutchins.
Starting with an inexperienced team. the North
Little Rock Wildcats finished a very rewarding year
by having Mike Bentley and Calvin Isbell along with
three relay teams qualify for the Meet of Champions.
Bently, who finished third in the Big Nine in
the 440-yard dash showed his speed in the "champions
meet" and won the event in 50.5.
The Cats relay teams consisting of Bently, Danny
Lee, James Evans and Fred Smith finished third in
the 440-yard relay and fourth in the 880-yard behind
the record breaking time of Little Rock Central.
In the Ouachita Relays, the relay teams again
provided the fans something to yell about as they
won the 880-yard relay and the 440-yard relay.
The Cats didn't fare so well in the First Annual
Wildcat Relays in Wildcat Stadium April 4 and 5.
Little Rock Central won the meet, but pole vaulter
Corky Wilkins broke his own school record with a
leap of 12' G".
Wilkins didn't stand alone in the record breaking
circle as the trackers broke seven school records
during the year.
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WAYNE RIDING JIM KITTLE
Senior James Evans clicked off a 10.2 in the
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dash record with a time of 22.6 breaking Monty
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Evans, Bentley, Lee and Smith set new standards
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Junior James Prince also got in on the record
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Junior Danny Lee was the first to break a
school record this year by knocking off a 7:51 in
the cross country.
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DANNY FUNDQENBURG JERRY BROCKINGTON
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Track jumped to what it was expected to be on
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Although the golf and tennis teams are not as
well-known as football and basketball, they fared
exceptionally well in the Big 9 battles this year.
Senior Steve Guse, a transfer, proved superior
to the rest of the field as he Walked off with the
singles Championship defeating Bill Hayes of Hall in
Richard Winget and John David Youngwere beaten
in the doubles by Billy Campbell and Bill Hudson
Bill Vowell and Billy Kerby qualified to represent
the Cats in golf by defeating the rest of the squad.
The Cats fell behind quickly and never re-
covered, finishing fifth. Gary Gibbs and David Lee
of Hot Springs combined to Win the tourney.
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Bill X owcll, Clark Morgan. ROW TWO: Hank Boardman, John Pemberton
Billy Kerby, Tommy Dodson, Seaborn Bell, Jackie Plummer, Larry Shillcutt
STLX L GLSE GORDON NORREI L JACK DAN CREWS DUANE WEINDORF
Woe is me --- Oh, oh, Woe
The lonely gypsy never gives up . . .
"I think you should definitely marry
the young man . . .
"Don't you agree that it's lovely? And
"Give me seven orders of corned beef and cabb xge '
"CursesI Foilcd again!"
Johnny was his own natural self.
"Methinks the butter is slightly thick."
Scherning, conniving, young whoopersnuppers.
"lt 'twere done when 'tis done, then 'twere well it were
The annual Class Day Assembly was
given May 23 as the "Greatest Show on
Ezirth"...it was, too, at least on Wildcat Hill.
It began with a brief resume of school life
beginning with the first grade and then on
through senior high school as the lVIC's as
bums, did some reminiscing.
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Smiling and happy many members of the 1962 Senior Class turned out on a Thursday
morning in April to enjoy the second Senior Breakfast. The menu was filling and the
atmosphere was merry as the seniors finallybegan to feel the pangs of being a real senior .... .
and the time for all the fun that being a senior brings was going very quickly.
The faculty turned out, too. The decorations were of white lilies and green grass tlike
that in an Easter basket, of courselj with easter eggs 'hidden' all through it. Among the
decorations, probably the most outstanding feature was the painting of Christ on the Cross
of Calvary which was mounted just behind the main table.
Senior Picnic time came along about May 25.
On that fateful day the merry Seniors experienced that
refreshing new feeling of walking right out of school
in the middle of the day without a pass, at that!
The annual picnic was held at Willow Springs
although the traditional preview did not follow until
Wednesday evening at 11:15 when the Class of '62
and their dates were treated to a showing of "Moon
The annual reaction was stillcarried on --every-
one had fun!
lllmpeifor "Corky" looks Ll little lnallfled alt the wziy the crown lor the
Imperizll Maijesty fitted. Empress Cherry wzis her lovely sell' :luring
the whole evening.
The Grand Mzireh wzls, :ls
usual, ll llC2'lLlllllLll zirraiy Ol
gowns und smiles ..... here
the Emperor :ind liinnress
L'2llllllCliltL'S zmuiit the other
guests' entrance after which
the liniperor und ltlnipress
will he iinnounc-ed.
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"Sziyo1iurz1," Japanese goodbye, ereaited El beautiful
theme lor the 1962 Senior Prom along with elaborate
deeorntions of Japanese lanterns, scrolls, und ai
brilliantly decorated grate where the Empress and
Highlighting the long nwaiited night wus the Grand
Mureh, where the young: ladies showed their rndizint
gowns and the gentlemen showed their first tuwedoes.
Betty Fowler and her Combo were on hand pro-
viding the appropriate musie for the gala nlftiir.
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Although it is an old feeling, every Senior Class experiences the anxiety felt
during the annual Vesper Service, and then at the Commencement Service, p
' itself. l
Rev. Worth Gibson of the Lakewood Methodist Church delivered the Vesper
Sermon to the class, reminding them that graduation is only the beginning of a l
potentially wonderful life which could be built on this foundation.
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The Invocation . . . Cynthia Worrell . . . Speakers present "Our In Individual Achievement Don Goss . . . In Moral Maturity! Vicki
Goals in the New Frontier" . . . In Education Pam Warrick . . . Lafferty . . . In Political Responsibility! Mary Frances Whalen.
Photographers Joe Phillips ftopy and Bill Anderson Qbottomj, and Editors
Beverly Weathersby qlefty and Nancy Burt qrightl received their diplomas on
June 1 as 443 NLR graduates smiled and "turned their rings."
School Board President A.O. Meredith handed out the diplomas.
JAYNE DEESE MARY BETH BIGGS
Basketball Queen Track Queen
JEANNE SHIELDS PAM JACKSON
Pulaski County Forestry Queen Miss City Beautiful
"I can't believe it's all over .... " This was not
an uncommon remark along about May 30 when the
student body, especially the seniors of the year
1961-62 had to say goodbye to Wildcat Hill and a
year of fun and learning for another year. To the
seniors it was a very special goodbye, as they will
finally realize, because once a student passes
through the graduation line he cannot return as a
real member of the student body ever again. The
seniors will remember the part of the Class Song
that reminds them ..... "We've had our parties and
we've had our share of tears ..... "
"Oh me!" sighs Joe Phillips as the photographer snnps the shutter just
as he shovels in another fork iull of the Senior Breakfast Menu
oreuer and ever
The Minuet Twist is demonstrated here by Sharon Reeves and Cricket Rhodes
on the Sophomore talent show. Well, just leave it to the soph to think of some-
thing like that!
Some people never out-grow playing dolls and building
doll houses! Ilere Jovi-e Phillips and Joe Phillips work
on the plnns lor rievoruting the Senior Prom.
"XK'heeel" What else could be said about the annual Wildcat Cheerleader election
here Jenny Wingiield and Judy Andersen cheer for the student body.
Awards and surprises were not uncommon during
these last days on Wildcat Hill in the spring of 1962.
Band awards were given to outstanding members,
Following the dedication of the annual were hours
outstanding members of various organizations were
honored and the annual was dedicated to the spirit
of Wildcat Hill and accepted by the Student Body
president and the Wildcat mascot.
of annual signing parties. If you think that wasn't
fun just you put it in your pipe and smoke it! But
then it came .... school ended with smiles and sighs,
with laughter and tears...but it was over.
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All Stars All Stars All Stars Harvard Book Award
MIKE BARKLEY CHARLENE BANKS
Danforth Award Danforth Award
Outstanding Senior Boy Outstanding Senior Girl
Outstanding Junior Boy
VICKI LAFFERTY MARIA PAPAGEORGE ARTHUR HORNICK MAC CLEM
AHSPA Editor of the Outstanding Publications Staff Outstanding Student Council All State Machinist
Year Member Member
DAVID COLES CAROLYN DORNBLASER BILLY NICHOLS
J Phi Beta Mu Band Award Arion Band Award John Philip Sousa Band Award
BARBARA THOMPSON BARRY HALL
Outstanding Choir Member Outstanding Choir Memlger
CURTIS HESTER EMILY WHITSON JOHNNY SHEPHERD WANDA BLACKSTOCK
Outstanding Theta Outstanding Future Teacher Outstanding Thespian Outstanding Bookworm
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Marian Gayle Bangert
Jerry Charlene Banks
Mary Lee Chisam
Jane Ray Clifton
Phyllis Earle Darden
Dorothy Elizabeth Dortch
Donna Suellen Douglas
Cheryl Darlene Friday
Aubrey Johnston Hough
Martha Anne Johnson
Victra Ann Latferty
Gary Owen Lee
Janelle Carolyn Merritt
Jane Ann Newberry
Maria Irene Papageorge
Daniel Kenneth Schiffer
Walter Thomas Skipper
James Dumont Smith
James Virgil Tyler
Cynthia Lucille Worrell
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To be an Honor Graduate a student must maintain a 3.5 scholastic average
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National Beauty Ethan
119 Main St.
N. L. R.
"We Specialize In Motor Tune-Up!
701 Ark.- Mo. Hwy.
N. L. R.
COMET PRINTING COMPANY
612 East Washington Ave.
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Business Forms....Ruled Forms
Offset .... Letterpress
ART'S SPORT SHOP
4308 Conway Highway
North Little Rock
MARK GEORGE SADDLERY
Western Hats, Boots Sz Clothing
204 East 13th Street
No. Little Rock, Ark.
RED GOOSE SHOES
GRACE WALKER SHOES
JOHN C. ROBERTS SHOES
for Men and Boys
PAPPY'S SHOE STORE
206 Main North Little Rock
BALL CLEAN ERS
"Tops In Dry Cleaning"
ONE DAY SERVICE
JIM SATTERFIELD 717 Main Street
Manager North Little Rock, Ark.
CASH LUMBER CO.
8100 Asher, Little Rock
920 West 15th St. North Little Rock
TELEPHONE A NORTH
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FREDDIE 'S JIFFY BOY
Hickory Smoked Barbecue
Charcoal Broiled Hamburgers
Delicious Hot Pies
3rd Sz Maple - North Little Rock
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FLORIST AND e-:FT sHoP
l808 Main Street NORTH LITTLE ROCK
LLOYD HALL PHONE FR 2 1262
224 MAIN ST. NORTH LITTLE ROCK ARK
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480I Gum Street
NORTH uma ROCK, ARKANSAS
ROSEN MUSIC CO.
Arkansas' Most Complete Music
Instrument Repair Department
"Our compliments and best wishes
. . . to the Seniorsl "
ALLEN MONUMENT WORKS INC.
1800 E. 5th North Little Rock
THE SHOE CENTER
Lakehill Shopping Center
North Little Rock, Arkansas
A ' M- T. Congratulations, Seniors!
A ' P CLEANERS
1. TI TON
107 Lynch Drive-NLR
5--L T WI 5-2837
Little Rock - Hot Springs
Telephone FR 4-1216
MAIN STREET CONOCO
622 Main Street
North Little Rock, Arkansas '
Falcon - Thunderbird
Lincoln - Mercury
321 West Third
Little Rock, Ark.
We're For Ya', Cats!
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loy's Barber Shop
112 East "H" - Park Hill
Harold, Blane And Loy
OPEN mo A. M. - 11:00 P. M.
ARKANSAS DIESEL SERVICE
Authorized Mack, Cummins and Diamond T Service
PHONE WI 5-3221
3204 E. Broadway North Little Rock, Ark.
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121 Magnolia Street
North Little Rock, Ark.
AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON
1124 S. Main Street
Little Rock, Arkansas
Specializing In Tinting, Permanent Waving
Facial And Scalp Treatments
DIFFEE LUMBER CO.
Phone FRanklin 5-4616
1901 E. 3rd St.
N. Little Rock, Ark.
Pulaski Implement Co.
w" "'Hr Phone: Faankun 4-9274
4 Post Office Box 352
V'. E. POSEY GARAGE
118 East Washington
Auto A d Lawn Mower Repairing
1310 Pike Ave.
North Little Rock
GE NE GRIME S
Mgbllgas 524 Main
North Little Rock
HANEY AUTO SUPPLY
4505 East Broadway
North Little Rock
200 West 13th
North Little Rock
Chronister and Wright
Model Market No. 27
X - 1224 East Washington Ave. I ..
Rock, Ark. West
CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS X tx North
RIALTO BARBER SHOP X 1 Little Rock
207 Main Street K I
North Little Rock A
North Little Rock
You're Always Welcome At
First Assembly of God Church
22nd And Franklin
North Little Rock
"Where Religion Is Enjoyed, Not Endured"
D. A. Hastie - Pastor
T. J. Gotcher - Pastor Emeritus
C ongratul ations
Seniors Of '62
PARK HILL FLORIST 81 GIFT SHOP
718 Ark. Mo. Hwy.
IRIS' LA FRANCE BEAUTY SALONS
Tower Building - Suite 260
110 W. 3rd St. - FR 2-6611
HILL DRUG COMPANY
3300 Pike Ave. lLevyJ North Little Rock, Ark.
Telephone SKyline 3-2476
ELLIS JEWELRY .13 5'
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Fire - Auto
Workman's Compensation - Life
S. W. BOWKER
1519 Main - North Little Rock
FR 6-1155 - FR 5-4676
Private Party Rooms
...No Parties Too Large Or Too Small...
PIKE PLAZA CAFETERIA
2700 Pike Ave. - N.L.R.
For Reservations Call....FR 4-9391
Sales - Rents - Loans - Insurance
"Be Proud of Your Rugs"
Ball 81 Hill
Arkansas' Most Modern
Rug Cleaning Plant
1715 Scott Street
Little Rock, Arkansas
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it has been hard work and a lot of effort on your part. May each succeeding year itii iff
of your life be as interesting and successful as your school year of 19 62. A
R. A. Major
Vice-Pres. and Manager
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THE FLOWER BOX
3 A SN Complete Floral Service
fea 01150 Edythe Sz Elgie Scruggs
708 Broadway - Little Rock, Arkansas
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W9 E- BROADWAY N'-R 401 E. Vlfashi gtorl - North Little Rock
HARTWICICS gi lil!!! "Buy Lots at Scotts"
X SCOTTS sf 10 STORE
4704 E. Broadway '
North Little Rock if-all 3l4 Main N.L.R.
SERVICE STATION S J THORNE JEWELER
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1300 Maw Street Watch Repairs ll or uaran ee
109 Lynch Drive
North Little Rock
North Little Rock, Ark.
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No. Little Rock 7? .
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If ix, FLORIST, INC.
Home of Broasted Chicken
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LAKEHILL BARBER SHOP 5 My
Lakehill Shopping Center ' l
North Little Rock fgx I
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GUENTER'S SERVICE STATION
223 West Broadway
North Little Rock
Telephone FR 2-5208
EXPERT TUNEUP AND REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL
TYPES OF OUTBOARD MOTORS, LAWNMOWER
MOTORS MOTOR SCOOTERS, GARDEN
700 MAIN ST
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OUTBOARD MOTOR AND LAWNMOWER MOTOR
TLE ROCK, REPAIR SERVICE ARK.
We Specialize In Repair Work
Hot Water Heaters
1615 Augusta Street
Lee Brown Phone FR 4-0129
North Little Rock, Ark.
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North, Little Rack
Printing Is Our Middle Name
Times Printing Company
515 Main Street - NLR
THE TWIN CITY BANK
Serving North Little Rock
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM For 57 Years
MEMBER FDIC Main and Second Streets
North Little Kock
ARKANSAS BUTANE QOMPANY' L
904 West Markham Street
FR 4-2678 FR 4-9619 Little Rock, Arkansas
E DIT H BARKE R ' S
f. , " BE AUTY SALON
8' lll All North Little Rock
ICE CREAM COMPANY
110 East 13th Street
Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors
72l Poplar No. Little Rock, Ark. NJA
Quinta HAPPY's 66
m9 923 E. Broadway
LAKE HILL DRUG STORE
' Complete Drug St
Lake Hill Center
North Little Rock
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4720 E. Broadway it
North Little Rock
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4132 East Washin
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North Little Rock
Phone FR 5-9101
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Specializing In Quality Cars 6th And Main
A 400-04 W. Broadway North Little Rock
Your Tire, Brake Alignment
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North Llttle Rock Muffler, Tailpipe, Shock Absorber And
Thickest Jumbo Malts In Town!
KE MP'S DAIRY BAR
923 Pike Ave., N.L.R.
We Specialize In...Hickory Smoked
Bar-B-Q Sa Foot Long Hot Dogs
Highway 5 And McCain TE co
North Little Rock ...
New And Used Furniture
310 E. Washington
North L'ittle Rock
J. C. PENNEY CO.
North Little Rock's
Complete Department Store
Always First Quality Merchandise
ARKANSAS TOOL 8z DIE
"Builders Of Precision Tools, Dies
Jigs, Fixtures And Special Delivery
'XA Meal In A Minute"
No. 1-407 Broadway, Little Rock
i M, Phone FR 5-0392
4. No. 2-1608 So. University Avenue
,IU n Ph CHayes Streetj
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'BIG . . . GENUINE
CHARCOAL BROILED HAMBUR6l:'l?.S'
It My CLEANERS
A 919 West 18th street
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
NORTH HILLS VARIETY STORE
Entrance Hwy 5 8: Sherwood
North Little Rock, Ark.
Raymond Sz Joyce Jones
P. 0. BOX 166
FIFTH AND SMOTHERS
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
H24 W. Short 17th
lakehill Shopping Center
JOE DevvITT CO.
Heating Sz Air Conditioning
Sales And Service
Off. FR 2-3478 - Res. SK 3-1236
Art - Photo - Drafting Materials
Little Rock, Ark
.Q ' Y 1900 Railroad Ave.
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FLEMING SERVICE STATION
2100 E. Washington
721 Main st. WI 5-2788
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INSURANCE AGENCY e Oc
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FR 5 1299 Headquarters For All Your Sewing Needs
And Floor Care Equipment
FR 2-0545 - 417 Main St.
No. Little Rock
114 East Capitol Avenue Stephens Building
V Little Rock, Arkansas
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ID SPLAWN OUTBOARD SERVICE
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Roy D. Splawn N. Little Rock, Arkansas
Owner Bus. SK 3-6721
AMERICAN GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE RUSSELL'S BARBER SHOP
Suite 509, Waldron Bldg. 215 North Laurel
Little Rock, Ark.
MEAT MARKET TURNER-MCCOY MECHANICAL
. 506 Locust
1102 East Washington North Little Rock
North Little Reek FR 4'9208
I IE 5. GIBBONS And ENGLISH
1... OIL CO. TWIN
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PALADINO S CAFE VAN-DEE FOODS
30" Main S+- 3303 Pike Ave.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
North Little Rock
WESTERN AUTO SALES
221-223 Main Street
North Little Rock
WHITE BAG COMPANY
712 East Washington
North Little Rock
Student Training And Aircraft Sales
AVIATION, ASSOCIATES. INC.
North Little Rock Municipal Airport
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Kenneth G. Jones, President
Cliff Plegge, Mgr. - SK 3-3444
217 East Washington
North Little Rock
Wholesale Fruit And Vegetables
300 East Markham St.
HAZEL gl MARGURITE'S
3323 Pike - SK 3-3767
Sportswear - Toys
A. FINA SERVICE CENTER
4900 Conway Pike
North Little Rock
SAVINGS gl LOAN
North Little Rock
TWIN CITY PRINTING AND LITHO I '
East Second At Magnolia 1' HO 7
Call FRanklin 2-0251 '
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Telephone SKyline 3-3442
3815 Conway Highway
North Little Rock, Ark.
Jess Woods, Owner
When You Want A Low Cost Paper Back For Your School Work
We Have The Largest Selection In The Southwest
Stanley Sound Service
complete selection of audio visual
supplies and an experienced
Stanley Sound Service
North Little Rock
Phone FR 4-8851 Hamburgers Hot Dogs
Res. Phone SK 3-1794 Bar B-Q's
A11 Work Done According To Hoyle SWEDEN CREME NO- 2
60l E. Broadway
E 8 Malts N.L.R. Shakes
pp FR 2-3826
Raising 8: Leveling ,
No Job Too Large Or Too Small TULIJS GULF STATION at CAFE'
419 E. 13th Street Phone WI 5'9781
North Little Rock, Ark. scoff' Arkansas
Boating And Fishing
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ATHLETIC GOODS CO. INC.
PHONE FR 2-2218
513 CENTER STREET
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
LEVY FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
Wou1dn't You Rather
Own A Buick?
amp Robinson Road
Pastor - Rev. Raymond A. Sanders
Services - Sunday 9:45
Phone SK 3-2485
I-ee Congratulations Seniors
' Your Friendly
BUICIC COIIIDHIIY PARK a. RIALTO THEATERS
301 Broadway-Little Rock Movies are Your Best Entertainment
W. E. Clark 84 Sons, Inc.
45 YEARS RELIABLE SERVICE
IN THE ARKANSAS AREA
318 Exchange Bldg. Little Rook, Arkansas - Phon
e SKy1ine 3-6259
Scales - Slicers - Grinders
G. W. JERNIGAN
Store Fixtures And Supplies
Phone FR 4-7776 - 801 E. Washington Ave.
G. W. Jernigan, Owner
North Little Rock, Ark.
LEVY FIRST PENTECOSTAL
4526 Camp Robinson Road
North Little Rock
SEVENTH AND MAIN ECONOMY
DRUG STORE, INC.
700 Main Street
Little Rock, Arkansas
Colin's geauly Salon
3124 PIKE AVE.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK. ARK- ILEVYY
TEL. SK 3-9261
If Your Hair Isn't Becoming To You
You Should Be Coming To Us
3216 Pike Avenue, North Little Rock
Sales - Service - Parts
Carports - Patios
200 East 13th - No. Little Rock
Winter Seal Aluminum
BALCH Moron co., Inc.
Little Rock, Arkansas
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EL'C'OUS" ..5'A"' 2000 Pike Avenue
North Little Rock
lizilz' Sold in BOB'S BAIT MARKET
ll Sfsfes 8- Texas R. H. Houston
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+ Vamlla Wafers Q . 2119 Pike Ave. - Ne. Little Reek, Ark
Rent Your Form als
PHILLIPS MEN STORE K
125 Main I
The Friendly Place To Trade
2600 East Broadway
N. L.R. WI 5-2286
H, B. MATTHEWS
Fru1ts Market Meats
1916 E. Broadway NLR
Phone FR 2-9756
SELF SERVICE SHOE MARKET
"Shoes For The Entire Family"
l05 East Washington North Little Rock, Ark.
Congratulations Seniors of '61
We're Proud of You I
We're also looking forward
to Sharing with You
A part in
The Bright Future
of North Little Rock and Its Institutions
Electric Co-op., Inc
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3111 East Broadway, North Little Rock
Harry L. Oswald, General Manager
"The Service Association For The 18
Electric Cooperatives Of Arkansas"
PIANO AND ORGAN CO.
Corner Sth 6 Main fl 5,3142
Little Rock Sz North Little Rock
There Is One Near You!
422 Ark-Mo Hy.-Sk 3-1081
No. Little Rock, Arkansas
REPHAN'S DEPT. STORE
Main 8z Washington
North Little Rock
Headquarters For Levis
VC U K Truck Brockerage
3302 E. Broadway
North Little Rock
USED CARS AND USED PARTS
PHDNEWI. 5-ZD72 - 4701 EAST BROADWAY
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BE SAFE . . .
BE SURE . . .
TAKE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO
1724 plK5 AVE, NORTH LITTLE ROCK
FOR PERSONAL ATTENTION TO YOUR
CALL US AT FRANKLIN 2-7534
SUNDRIES - GIFTS - FORTUNE'S ICE CREAM
MEDICAL NEEDS-PANGBURN'S CANDY
FREE GIFT - WRAPPING SERVICE - FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Prompt FREE Delivery
Open 8 a.m. - OPEN SUNDAYS - Close 10 p.m.
You Pay for a Business Education Whether You Get It or Not
fComparative Life Earnings: - - Institute of Life Insurancel
It is estimated that the untrained man goes to work at 14 and reaches his maximum at 40, with a life
earning of S178,000. It is thought that more than 50 per cent of the untrained workers are dependent upon
others after the age of 60.
The high school graduate rises steadily to his own maximum at 50, with a life earning of S243,000.
The business school graduate, since his income' depends upon his"mental ability and training, is con-
stantly improved by practiceg his income increases rather than diminishes. The graduate in business admin-
istration reaches his maximum at 60, and has a life earning of S347,000.
These estimates and figures are conservative, but the equivalent between each bracket would be in pro-
portion to the dollar value in difference-'mentioned abovet
ACCREDITATION OF SCHOOLS
The accreditation of a school is universally accepted as a
guarantee of educational respectability. lt means that some
recognized agency has 'investigated the institution and found
that it has at least the minimum physical facilities, financial
stability, and faculty personnel necessary to offer in a satisfac-
t0Ey manner the educational program or programs it claims to
of er. '
MEASURE YOUR ABILITY
At Educational Group 2
The Untrained The
1. What does unemployment mean to you?
. Does your present effort represent the best that you can do
3. Would an extra skill, or additional knowledge, give you a
better chance to get ahead?
4. Are you contented to keep on, year after year, doing the
work you are now qualified to do?
5. Have you any assurance of advancing to a larger income and
greater opportunities without additional specialized train-
6. Will you ever have a better chance to prepare for a business
career than you have right now?
7. Don't you believe proper training will give you confidence
and enlarge you to an outstanding job when competition is
8. Don't you think what you do in the months immediately
ahead will largely determine the kind of life you are going
to lead during the next 40 years?
9. D0n't you think an office position provides a steady income,
pleasant surroundings, paid vacations, regular hours, and un-
equalled opportunities for advancement?
10. Don't you think business training at Draughon School of
Business would increase your ability to select your position
Ad I' tl instead of taking a Job?
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". . . to keep always in mind our original pur-
poses -to produce milk that meets, Hrst of
all, the health needs of tiny children. By so
doing, to offer to people of all ages
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RHODES dc SON, INC.
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MANUFACTURE. S O
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500 LOCUST ST
2 401 West 22nd
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North Little Rock
5th 8i Main
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Twin City .
Employment Agency nys 'TBIC PS
401 1X2 Mam NLR
SCJUT WEST ER TRUCK
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Phone Windsor 5-3234
3815 East Broadway
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
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METROPCLITAN TRUST C0.
North Little Rock's Leading Subdividers
fl? ewnzfs - -CONGRATULATIONS-
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SERWCS of T962 We Wish You The
5 U Very Be t f L k.
REALTY CQ 5 0 UC
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5QU,,f,EQDR22g2 sYLvAN HILLS PHARMACY
91 ALL KlND5 OF INSURANCE
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july ,J .jJair Sfyfing Safon Self Service Shoes i
"Shoes For The Entire Family"
IKE PLAZA-NORTH LITTLE Rocrc, ARKA s s 1418 Mam ' North Llttle Rock
1815 Wright Ave. - Little Rock
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North Little Rock
CITY OF NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
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Mayor ........... . William F. "Casey" Laman
City Clerk and Collector . ........ Percy Machin
Municipal Judge ..... ...... M ilton McLees
City Attorney . . . . Reed W. Thompson
City Treasurer . ....... . . Mrs. R.M,S. Butner
First Ward . . . . . Edward L.McCullock and Don Garrison
Second Ward . , . Charles A. Bahil and E. E. Springer
Third Ward . .... . A, D. Rea and Paul O. Duke
Fourth Ward , . Dr.W. E. Phipps and Robert J. Kirspel
P. O. B O X 4 9 3
I-'II-'TH AND VINE STREETS
CHURCH FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT
NORTH LITTLE ROCKJLRK
G Q BOB sM1TH's
223 East Washington-North Llttle Rock
To The Class Of 1962
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27I7 WEST I2th STREET ..... PHONE M0. 3-8354
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
MOTEL Sz RESTAURANT
The Best Place In Town To Eat And Sleep
2501 E Broadway N.L.R.
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5th Kr Cornish Sts.
North Little Rook, Ark.
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BODY SHOP 8: SALVAGE YARD
TELEPHQNE FRANKLIN 2-BBGE S: FR 4-4431
Used Cars Kr Trucks
1f1r- 'W TUU-'VER 2223 PIKE AVENUE
SERWGE MANAGE NEI LITTLE RI:Ic:Ic, ARK.
C. L. HOUSE SHEET METAL WORKS
General Sheet Metal Work
3303 Ea st Broadway
WHOLESALE ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
MS RADIO 8a TV
1304 EAST 13TH ST. 1 P. O. BOX 246
NORTH urns ROCK, ARKANSAS
PHONE FR 5-5378
C. L. WILLIA
508 Cordon - WI 5-2674
North Little Rook, Ark.
'A' Hoo DRIVE IN ir
3400 E. Broadway
North Little Rock, Ark.
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920 Aiien street
Power Transmission - Industrial Supplies
PRICE'S FINA TRUCK STOP
5010 E. Broadway FR 5-9905
North Little Rock, Ark.
418 Olive St. N.L.R. A
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, B 0 Sales Office 8: Plant
ll24 Willow N L R
SPRIGGS DRUG STORE
FR 2-9111 - 711 Pike Ave.
North Little Rock, Ark.
2802 Railroad Ave.
We Are Dependent
RAZORBACK PLUMBING CO. Not Independent
li' gi 2410 Pike Avenue
North Little Rock
.Home of Your Mrs. Jaffk ll6 W. 4th
Favorite Formals" LITTLE ROCK
IIDVELESS EQUIPMENT C0., INC.
FARM MACIIINERY - INDUSTIIIBII EQUIPMENT
n. n. nru., Mgr.
Phone WI 5-2316
3908 East Broadway North Little Rock, Ark.
Almost everything you need -- musically ,. , , . 1,
speaking, is at Moses Melody Shop. Hi-fi's,
stereos, television, recorders, recordings---and
a complete service department. 3ll MMN STREET ' 5623 KAVANAUGH
B. E. Glover '
Clean Used Cars Complete Auto Service
Expert Lubrication, Repairs, Air Cond. Service
719 E. Broadway
NLR Broadway 83 Cypress - NLR - FR 2-8893 ar--119-5l,fJ.
JOHN D. TOLAND CONSTRUCTION CO. S' k
Builders And Developers Of
Ranch Estates ' if
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TRAVEL UNLIMITED INC. Blmd Co' E
718A Ark-Mo Highway E --- E
Park Hill 2014 Pike Ave- E rs: E
North Little Rock, Ark.
SKyline 3-7653 - siqyiine 3-7321 North Little ROCK
Ph. FR 2-2991 U RIOR DIESEL TRUCK
SALES Sz SERVICE
3131 East Fourth - North Little Rock
FRED DUNCAN-Owner '
"Arkansas' Leading Music Store Since 1833"
311 Marble Street Phone FR 2-2259
North little Rock, Arkansas
313 West 3rd Street, Little Rock
Congratulations To The Graduating Class Of 1962
Little Rock 3:f.1g 5: gl,:3 'fi' iftlff 'f2i'-' "t,i5tV, ft' Arkansas
Serving Policyholders Coast To Coast
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General Repairing-Motor Tune Up
Brake Service-Wheel Alignment
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4300 E. Broadway N.L.R.
911 Division North Little Rock, Ark.
HUGGINS DRUG co. RALPWS SHOE SHOP
if 3401 Pike Ave. 3411 Pike Avenue
' North Little Rook
N.L.R. . 1
FIFER'S BARBER SHOP Best Wishes To The Student Body
3400 Pike Avenue ' Q h TRU-ADE BOTTLING oo.
North Little Reek ,X 1325 E. 9th st. Little Reek
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4036 E. Washington N.L.R. WT 5-4372
Fabrics of Distinction Complete Line Of Notions
Pike Plaza Fabrics
Mr. And Mrs Collins Starnes - Owners FR 5-6504 Pike Plaza Shopping Center
VVATCHES . . DIAMONDS . . JEVVELRY
ALL. KINDS NNATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
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3408 E. Broadway
Manufacturers Of Aluminum Awnings
LEVY - SK 3-3615
FREALEN STRAYHORN 3413 PIKE AVENUE
OWNER - MANAGER NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
BRAKE RELINING PRIMM wl-usel. BALANCING
TIRE 84 RETREAD SERVICE
NEW ' USED ' RETREADING
0 FRONT END ALIGNMENT 0
JIM'S ROLLER RINK
Res. SK 3-9270
Bus. S-K 3-ODA-5
I 'I00 West Capitol Phone FR 4-1696
Parties - Lessons
LITTLE RQCK, ARK.
Joy Joyce Congratulations, Seniors
Janiece A Lois
333336 cf goagglyn , BENsKY's FURRIERS
Suzie S Janice
PUBLICATION STAFFERS ADMIRE THE 1962 CORVAIR AND CHEVY II
300 B,o,,d,,,,y Norm-I LITTLE Rocic
OFFICE FURNITURE . , HOME FURNITURE
SCHOOL FURNITURE DECORATORS
CONTRACT FURNITURE FINER GIFTS
REFINISHING AND UPHOLSTERING DRAPERIES AND CARPETS
UNITED SUPPLY CO.
301 East Markham Street .3 ' LITTLE ROCK' ARKANSAS
TeI. FR 6-2361
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RADIO - TV s. APPLIANCES IFVISIII
Ynun ABBURANCE or BETTER RADIO - TV SERVICI
EXPERT Aura RA I R PAIR
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Quiet 8. InconspIcuous- W N01-th Little Rock FR 4-4851
Even Temperuture Floor
To CeiIing,- Furniture
Placement No Longer e Ni hts 81
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C. W. PLUNIMER
HEATING XI MII IIIIII ITIIIIIINII BU.
2410 PIKE NLR
CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES
EVELYN MELTON PHONE SK 3-23926. 3421 PIKE LEVY
OWNER NO LITTLE ROCK ARK
ALDERMAN WARD II
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"PITTSBURGH" GLASS PRODUCTS
SAFETY GLASS AND
AUTO BODY HARDWARE
MAKES AND MODELS
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
STORE FRONT REMODELING
SHOWER DOORS Sz ENCLOSURES
ALUMINUM SLIDING DOORS
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co.
1500 E. WASHINGTON N.L.R. 410 W. CAPITOL
DIAL FRanklin 2-4164 DIAL FRanklin 4-1661
USED CARS 81 AUTO PARTS Major Appliances - Remodeling Sr Repairing
"We Buy and Sell Used Cars and Parts"
Mew. ,fZJ,EE'.,t2"',5.'3iE?1Z1. Ouletta Enterprlses
BOO EAST WASHINGTON AVE. - PHONE FR- 5-5525
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LAUCK Provlslon Company 'ETH 'TZ1EC:3traf'x5iAs
"Better Homes For Better Living"
and Locker Plant CHARLES P. OULETTA
Wholesale De alers
717 East Washington Phone FR 5-7326
North Little Rook, Arkansas MARION STREET LAUNDRETTE
-Creators Of- 3416 Marion N.L.R.
Lauok Food Plan Club,
Providing Better Food For Less
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Sportsman's One Stop ' '1" ,. f
3304 E. Broadway North Little Rock
1808 Pike Ave. Telephone FR 5-4230
CLEANER 81 LAUNDRY
KELLY SADLER, Owner
E. M. WETZLER SHEET METAL
3322 Railroad Avenue - NLR
OZARK OIL COMPANY
B. Bruce Cook
Skelly Wholesale Distributor
I24 East 7th N. L.R.
TIRE 8. SUPPLY CO., INC
I NORTH LITTLE ROCK
405 Main Phone FR 4-9238
U.S. Royal Tires
'Roll With Royce And Don"
Groceries, Fresh Meats and Feed
3623 CAMP ROBINSON ROAD
North Little Rock. Arkansas
401 Pike - NLR
4200 Conway Pike 5 l Z: B.D. Ford, Owner-Manager
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Mirrors Glass Sliding Doors
113 S. Magnolia No. Little Rock
Phone FR 4-3719
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Big Rock Stone 81 Material Co.
Foot Of Ashley Street - Little Rock Arkansas
4123 Conway Pike
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Nurseries KL Florists - Corsages
210 Ark-Mo. Highway NLR
Paint Wallpaper Building Materials
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HARRY'S SHOE STORE
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Ezra Spradling, Owner
SPECIALIZED BEAUTY CARE
MARlETTA.S BEAUTY SALON
Phone, SK 3-0064
4202 CONWAY PIKE, NORTH LITTLE Rocx, ARK.
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CORBETS Variety 81 Hlarclware NOINR.
804 Ark. Mo. Highway
North Little Rock, Ark.
Marks Sheet Metal Works
Venilating He ating C ontr actor
L81 H. Fina Service Station
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North Little Rock
Tune-Up - Brake Service - Wash-Lube
3706 Allen NLR SK
TWIN CITY MOBILE HOMES
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Best Deals In Town
1401 East Bwyd - NLR
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H. W. Tucker Co.
1301 East 13th Street NLR
Specializing In FR 4-9269
8416 Sylvan Hills Hi Way
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