North Little Rock High School - Wildcat Yearbook (North Little Rock, AR)

 - Class of 1966

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VAKg,W 3,33 ,AAz, J, M, - -- 1:,mmsamyA5E,,Qwiggwfgegsq-.S,-Lawngi MylgN,wgzwww-555 f - fn wx 'V cpu le tte, ruolae 4, and Qaoel f 2 f 4 20 82 102 128 160 242 Dedication Palette, Brushes and Easel Art of Learning Art of Winning ni M K x, ,L Art of Serving Art of Achieving . Art of Being Art of Making Friends R? . 4 ' , k W A ' ' X ,L J! ! x 1 i 4 Wa ,', 1,1-' 'I' L, f f 1,54 irot into o ogutumn. . . are in the air . . . summer is a memory and winter a dream . . . the first football game and the joy of winning . . . the unaccustomed clang of a bell calls hesitant minds to reality . . . The first assembly . . . the Home- coming Game . . . the excitement of choosing royalty . . . the reali- zation of belonging . . . Winning the State Gridiron Crown . . . a record Thanksgiving Day Game attendance . . . This is Autumn on Wildcat Hill. kiWM?ifE5mKEEw i?5M4L1x,'QJM, ls.SNLQW1H:v5'Ew,zila1'l1 A fzfzfwiif' wMu,tlk',4l'i.295aw9 35253 Y! I ji' ?l:' F W' IW nv- Vocational Arts Building lvl' A . .,K,..muunmK - 67 -"H "ti f 3. And we dug in with a will in the labs and classrooms. I wg 3.2. Ml, 1 T l 1' - 1 . Wag? 3 A af? SSW w cs 'k .' k 8' V in gf E yn Y M .. ll 1191 kgs? Q as i, A -. 4 M f i , sa M ,' ,., 6 as :fi .f YE' E Z J? , W 5 I 3 ' ' sa X 5 . is- , :rm 355m i 16" Q 122 4 W f, W , f i M 55" wg AA4l ily A ii f 'l-:2: J- d"' V A""z-ALL V 4 7 ' ?W'mfQ,g,?i,,L 1 ' w gd, sf 1 5 t 4 W 3? Q v yy ? f.,,.QK K g f , -, f ' Q si 5' 1 fm if af ff f f'k 2 'Q' W2 P .. E , 1 V ' 1 ? A f' 1 ' ' 5 ' 1 V :-", 5 i J t 2 K Q I Vi KX ! Q KE 1 .X 5 ,N f fu ,,, , ,M .Rfk fx N 54 2 if -J y3'V " , L, Y f ' h R 5 3 1 my Vx 54 X I g?w.gi4i,:f5 3-in 1-, J VA,,-, , 4 Ffa. . N kv Jax ,Ll J.. i -, Jigs: 5,3 A gn wg, A M ,VX ' f il W .qi 5 f 4 x r Qi xgiy R 7 Q! g ' 1 ! .. . 7 ,I " ' f ' ' 1 P ' ' S 154, 1- i wldiw .Lf ,.. mx Q 'Q 3 4 ' Q 'T 433 , x m - A 46' 2 1"f Q ' w, 9 ,I Lg, ' yea. L W w WW T JMD' ,mfiflliiff 5Wy M5ma Fin ' Q C riwym pm fi' li . ,C QEAMWS- Spirit ran high during Autumn with the an- nouncement of state championship and a trip to the Cotton Bowl for the football boys. Pro- viding this vast amount of school spirit was the backing of the Pep Club, Drill Team, Chamber of Commerce, bon-fires and wonder- ful student body. inter lvringo the irot onow lalzeo. . f O 55, ,-fm-M-fs .4Q1ws:492M2vf9ifSs -mfwmfisrsx '35 rw., .WS , iw, is me -,M , . ,, me ez isfgisugsqa, HS.. W, ,, fv s We fr-is5i?e,ii9:4za',z:ss.1fzf.ff-f . . . covering the Hill with a mysterious bright light . . . Bright light was also provided by the Phys- ical Education Build- ing as the Wildcats supported their bas- ketball team. il.,,.,,..wp s ' ,.........-manual!!! 237552 , . f- ,:. 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Thoughts of Graduation and the awaiting world invigorate the Seniors, While the Sophomores and juniors are compelled only by the promise of the rollicking carefree days of leisure. Finally, books are laid to rest in temporary graves of dust, but the Wild- cats take memories of Wildcat Hill as they scatter in the winds. elaoo of '66 cpreoento 'flue eireoo' Cne of the many Spring highlights was the Senior Play, "The Heiress" by Ruth and Augustus Goetz. With a cast of nine members it was presented the evening of March 18th. The two-act play was directed by Miss Donna Wasson and her assistant Elaine Anderson. The play was the story of a retiring young heiress, portrayed by Carolyn Davison, whose chance to marry was blocked by her father, played by Steve Kilpatrick, an obstinate gentleman who believed the young man in question, characterized by Randy Shireman, was infatuated with the inher- itance and not the heiress. With a magnificent set, designed bythe Art Classes under the direction of Mrs. Searcy Thompson, and a superb cast, the play was acclaimed by all who saw it. The entire cast is shown before the curtain rises and lights go down. rs Steve Kilpartick as Dr. Sloper humiliates Catherine, his daughter, by telling her to be more like her mother. 'Y a f Q -V N it 3. We ir f-r . ' Q, A 'iii 5, t , gi Q , 1, ' In f ' N51 Y V 1 , . f 5 K if IQ, W :mmf - a , ' " : gc? . ,L ,xc ' .aff S :V f.: A ' it 'J i :Am-v 'Wa , 2 , ami., ATYWS' ,X 5 51:95 Gillis Bartholmey as Maria waits to take the message to Mrs Montgomery, written by her boss, Dr. Sloper. Carolyn Davison and Randy Shireman present the romantic atmosphere to the Heiress in their roles as Catherine Sloper and Morris Townsend. Below, Catherine breaks down while Aunt Lavinia CSara Smithj tries to explain why Morris may not come fOI' Catherine. I? 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Nffv f hi ' r Mi , ' 5' i. f. if ww ft 5 : awk , jj ,Ay b 'Kg W ifiigi' Q 35 M ff, ' i.."M'WW i I A. Sketch courtesy of architects Erhart Eichenbaum Rauch and Blass. . . . and as the year draws to a close, Wildcats anticipate two major events - completion of the new Science Building on the West Campus, and that all important Night of Nights which would make all the trials and tribulations of the last twelve years worthwhile. glue Q4 rt ea rn ing Board of Education Superintendents Principal Deans Counselors Librarians Secretaries Liberal Arts Fine Arts Commercial Arts Practical Arts Physical Fitness Arts , .fs- ff. X - j N I-.-V5 . fiiagiii, . , I 1-Wu I . Fm Q Mfl imi sit g 'Mtg Md" :Mis , L 55312 as 5 522 'mi 6' S if 31553155 'E . .... ,T .. v..' . ...., is 1 iw: A ' qi. iq V . X Q- :yew ef 355 ' - ., 5 :,?':E"Is '53 '.':'w35?Ef-iff 1 A -1- - - 1- 1-:M ' A V . 1 ,Q 1 I its A Mr. J. Harrod Berry President Mr. James C. Bohannon Vice-President card of Qducation getermineo School cpolicy Second only to the Missouri-Pacific Railroad facilities as the greatest enter- prise of Arkansas' greatest industrial city is its public school system. North Little Rock's 13,139 pupils attend 25 schools in the district, each manned by its own certified staff, and cafeteria and maintenance personnel. These six people perform the super- human task of providing the best program possible for these ambitious young Amer- icans on the meager budget of 9,53,598,964. That they do a magnificent job is proved by the fact that the North Little Rock system is highly respected on both state and national levels. The faculty and student body of Senior High are deeply grateful for this service which is given sacrificially and free of charge. Mr, W,D. Todd Secretary BOARD OF EDUCATION - - - approves purchase of land for the new Science Building. Mrs. Norman, Mr. Storm, Mr. Bohannon, Mr. Stroud, Mr. Berry, Mr. Todd. Mr. Charles W. Stroud Mr. Fred C. Storm Mrs, Mildred Norman Member Member Member Mr. F. Bruce Wright Superintendent of Schools Mr. James Albright, supervisor of physical edu- cation, health and safety, and Mr. James E. Taylor, supervisor of buildings and grounds for ogdminiotratoro irect fha .School Sybfem In his ten years as superintendent, Mr. Wright has seen the enrollment of the North Little Rock Public Schools grow from 10,753 to l3,l39g the instructional personnel from 345 to 531g the number of elementary and secondary schools from 19 to 24. Already on the horizon are plans for an- other major classroom structure on the Senior High campus and another at jones. Plans for a third high school are in the talking stage. Edu- cation is of top importance in North Little Rock. Mr. Wright was formerly assistant superin- tendent and was at one time principal of Senior High. the North Little Rock system, confer on the walk in front of the Administration Building. , , ,.......4mum.... Q Mr. George E. Miller Deputy Superintendent Mr. William E, Shelton Assistant Superintendent i 72. , Mr. Raymond Burnett rincipal ebirecto enior gfigk Mr. Burnett is just completing his second year as principal of North Little Rock Senior High. Before becoming prin- cipal, he served as dean of boys and as head coach of the Wildcats. A strong exponent of school spirit, Principal Burnett endeared himself im- mortally to the student body when he led the Victory march down Main Street the night the Wildcats defeated the Fort Smith Grizzlies .and clinched the football crown. K eano oaooiot Mr. John Montgomery Dean of Boys' Mr. Montgomery also serves as a coach for the State Champion Wildcats. Mrs. Vada Cowan Dean of Girls Mrs. Cowan teaches classes in senior English in addition to her duties as dean. uidance ounce loro Guidance Counselors take our past and our present and advise us about our future. Mrs. Billingsley talks with Paula Boyd Miss Merdith Landers Head Guidance Counselor Coordinator of Guidance Programs for the school district Miss Helen Frasier Mrs. Faye V. Billingsley Counselor Counselor Mrs. Charles Carpenter The library was recently enlarged to include both the former library Head Librarian room a.nd a previously adjoining classroom. filvrariano Mrs. James Cook Assistant Librarian Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. Cook coordinate their work to makean efficient and orderly library. The high school library facilities have been enlarged and improved this year. They may be enjoyed and utilized by any high school student. ecretarieo Secretaries form the backbone of the running of the high school. The never ending job of the secretaries pertain to helping students, select courses, and solving prob- lems pertaining to school and family life. Mrs. Margaret McCloskey is secretary to the principal. Mrs. Mary Alice Blalock started her first year at NLRHS working hard. Mrs. Richard Martin is secretarytothe guidance counselors. Mrs. Madge Millsapps is kept busy, busy, busy, with her many jobs. 4 w filfe ral carte P Math, science, history, without their basic skills no student can hope to succeed in the Twentieth Century. Whether they be astronauts or deep- sea divers, housewives or computer a- nalysts, the most advanced technological training in the world is wasted on those unfamiliar with the principles of American government,those not versed in the herit- age of our country and people, those un- trained in the applications of everyday commerce. Nowhere in the world can a more solid and broadly based education be had than at- NLRHS. Every facet of academic endeavor is covered in the NLRHS curriculum. Phys- ics, chemistry, biology, trigonometry, al- gebra I and Il, geometry, and math cover the more technical aspects of study. The history of the United States and the World is covered from beginning of time to the ever changing present. Human relations classes study the psychology of human com- patibility. Journalism students produce an 8-page bi-weekly newspaper, the HI-Comet and a 288-page annual, the Wildcat. Eco- nomics students prepare to take the reins of high finance. The realm of learning is a large one indeed, and the key note for the NLRHS system is "comprehensive." Q35 e rpe tua te u ltu re TW 1 K , .fm is A K iii 4 K3 4,4 ff f, ,, if we 15" .5 .K . Off X513 i v -F . x Y ni 1 3 W Fm? X 'tail Ms -SX i""- In this modern World, English is a language that is taught in every country and is rapidly becoming the universal language. English is a magnificent language mon- grel. It is the means by which we com- municate with the past and future. We learn about the past from our heritage of literature, and pass on our literature to future generations. Fortunate is the student who attains a mastery of English, Mrs. James T. Booker brings the Medieval Period to life for Veirlone McGinty and Doris Springer. Qngliolt jo cmagnif icent gmong rel Mr. Robert Steele, that man of many talents, in structs his class in folklore. Mrs. Nita Allbrlght, head of the English department, lectures informally to her class. Mr. Ray Poindexter explains the ancient epic of Beowulf to Senior English students Tim Anderson, Diane Tucker, Mary John Turner, and Mike Hooper. Mrs. Marianne Wilcox aids Junior Larry Holland in the principles of English grammar . . . . .Mrs. Joe Bumgardner Gaelowj watches Danny Holland study the American literature taught in Sophomore English. Mrs. Paula Bookout checks the books of Juniors Ann Jackson and Mary Jo Ellington for the fast approaching book reports. Mrs. Benny Swafford admires an English notebook as Sophomores Clay Boone and Jim Branson look on. Walter Morphew asks Mrs. Lynn Tarkington for help inhxs Sophomore English class. Mrs. J. PL Riley utilizes that age-old visual aid - the blackboard -5 to demonstrate an integral part of Sophomore English. il Mrs. Sue Perry discusses structural grammar with Sophomore Danny Wright . . . . .CBe1owD A friendly smile from Mrs. Lucille Cook assures her class of a pleasant hour of learning. Ulfvfllr ournaliom ecordo emorieo zoday or omorrow The journalism department trains the journalists of tomorrow. These students are responsible for the Hi Comet and the Wildcat yearbook where one year at North Little Rock High School is permanently recorded. The journalism course of each year is a year-round job, since the yearbook cannot be turned out in the mere nine months of school. Even as you hold this Wildcat in your hands the editors, artists, and photographers are already working on the 1967 Wildcat. Miss Katye L. Russell, head of the journalism department, works with editor Prissy Petty on the annual. 331 '52 Editors Prissy Petty, Susie Oswald, and Mary Anne Owen select pictures and draw up pages for the '66 WILDCAT. Hi-Comet editors Carolyn Davison, Diana Johnson, and Christy Rodman work busily to meet a deadline. ,,,S"a Louie King and Sally Sockwell, both first year students, learn the various aspects of putting out the paper and annual. Mrs. Hazel Ragland, head of the Social Studies department, is North Little Rock's only American Government teacher. conomico, one rnment rovide gpeino of gpeoponoilvility Somewhere-somewhere among the youth of today are the governmental leaders of tomorrow. But finance and politics are no longer fields for those without formal instruction, and it is the job of the Eco- nomics and American Government teachers to prepare each student enrolled to 'take the reins when their day comes. The American Way of life may depend upon the quickness and ability with which they slide into the harness of responsibility. Q kfQ,f,,4.f6,f My J Nancy Luptok, Patsy Adams and Sheila Gailbraith study a map illustrating the Civil War supplied by Mr. Pate, a practice teacher. At right, Randy Keen and Joe Fishback also study maps concerning American Government. 36 Rickey McPhearson studies the workings of the government through various magazines. V -- , me rican iotory .Studento Study act, repa re or guture v Mr. Carl J. Moore explains to this class apoint brought out in a discussion. Mrs. Jean W. Fleming pauses from a class lecture to answer one of the many questions asked by inquiring students. Dear to the heart of every American is the glorious heritage of our history and every Wildcat who has studied that subject here has a greater pride in our country, its government, its laws, its wonderful gallery of heroic person- alities. It is not likely that this campus will ever know any of the misguided youth whose warped conceptions of the American Way of Life make headlines elsewhere. Judy Clowers and LeE1la Ratcliff point out facts concerning the government on the class bulletin board. lMf...gffQQ ix itwamamz i rl E if 33,155,614 iii - "v t 4f. . ian - ,ig ,. i .M 1 .texas fi. Yulfazae ....,.a-e--M. i Ei UV ' 3 324 1153513 .E T493 -E i EO CIMA-' att,-ti 9A Yi Phtfaltlllffklili, s symfwnns :Aw-, l g L t .Q t 1, :me remix in mis f, at 5 X wwmszr l n x ,, iw: rim: is lam 2 Nggafsmw ii15fiTfi 3Dt 0 ibn lift I -1 -mmm 'lf iftwd fe-...tl iff Mum Atal 639552 Y V f l ?5f5?Vl-AS Aldlfflll Mi Q. +L ME 1 fin Ky 5 wwf.:- vf ia., 'X QV. I r ASE fy QT? .JWEKSE G .1 N.., At right, Mrs. Julian B. Prlddy prepares to begin a lecture. At left Mrs. Janet Pharr helps students proof read special reports and below Randy Prickett points out interesting points about the Louisiana Purchase to fellow classmate. ,,,,,.nr"" Mrs. Paul Mosley watches as Dan Blackwood and Brenda Smith prepare a flannel board about government. :world gfiotory feacheo .Story of 'mankind World history is a dynamic course. Students in history class study about the development and problems of previous generations. While learning the story of mankind, each student has a chance to explore the philosophical questions that have been asked since the beginning of time. Stimulation of thought through the discussion of history can result in ideals that will make the herit- age of tomorrow a blessing for tomorrow's people. Students consult Mr. McFa1l's room library for extra reports. At right, Mr. McFa11 explains the story of world civilization to the class. mist' L,l,. A 'H .2- ' mfskisiflilili' A - flggflffiii 'wr , f f fi: Mr. C. W. McFal1 is North Little Rock's only World History teacher! The good student of World history does not leave knowing all the facts, but departs with a greater appreciation for the world in which he lives. Mrs. Jacqueline Reams explains to the class the importance of the ever-changing world. John Williams and Lyla Taylor locate different parts of the world on the wall map. :world geography Qxploreo Globe A cab driver when being asked in an interview where Vietnam was replied,"I'm not sure, but I think that it is somewhere between England and Japan." In this fast moving World, when we could all be vitally affected by the action or reaction of our foreign neighbors, a knowledge of the globe is of vital importance to all. For there is no reason for knowing the history and background of a country, without a knowledge of its locations. Steve Witkowski and Johnny Q u attl eba u m make use of the new world globes which the school acquired this year. uman Qpelationo rovideo e roona lity jnoight Mrs. Garland Beavers cheerfully aids a student in the art Glasses in hand a.nd an intensity on his face, Mr, James R. Parker instructs a human relations class. of social living. A: vs Et aff Mixed reactions - resolution, contemplation, and "she must be kidding!" - are all common in the course that studies these very reactions .... Cleftj Sergeant Bob Reynolds animatedly talks about traffic regulations. 41 42 CLeftD Mrs. Louise Cammack, a newcomer to the Hill, enjoys a discussion with David Harris and Cassie Mitchell. CBelowD Mrs. Cam mack uses various devices for making Human Relations interesting. Human Relations classes strive to help students understand themsevles and the people they live and work with. During the course of the year they study man- ners, drlvlng etiquette, and many other topics related to the art of living. Mr. Willard Campbell, a representative of the Christian Civic Foundation, speaks to the Human Relations classes on the dangers of alcohol. Qplane eometry akeo Solid ence Geometry is the math Class primarily taken by Sophomores . It is a combined study of plane and solid geometry, in which formal proofs are the main medium of comprehension. Q Mrs. Fred Croom encourages Gene Stafford with a geometry problem. John Cook and David H111 learn the principles of the slide rule as they are taught in geometry. 4rlbURES5 3 2 Mrs. Nora Lee Lawless, head of the math department, in t ri gu e s Sophomore Pat Reeves. Mrs. Helen Weeks ponders over a difficult problem with Margaret Rozzell. oaduanced ath... ontemporary omls ination Jack Keathley and Rick Ault perform their skills in formal proofs. 44 Advanced math is a study of the combined mathematical fields of cal- culus, analytical geometry, and trig- onometry. This course is offered to Senior students as an intensive course in preparation for college. Cbeftj Pat Goss, noted scholar, hindus another one ..... CBelowD Mrs Weeks gestures to a class and is met bvavariety of facial reflections caalgelsrar Qquationo or ucceoo Mrs. Suetta Lilley explains a problem both visually and audibly. . . . .Mr. Nik Nlkpour, our math teacher from Iran, lectures casually. Mrs. Nancy Wilson indicates a bulletin board of interest to math students. Algebra I and II concern the Search of the un- known factor by means of equations and calculations, while general math is ageneralized study that covers the basic aspects of the language of numbers. These three math courses are offered to any student who wishes to take them, with no restriction as to grade. Mrs. J. E. Ferguson utilizes the math workbook as an aid to her students. Mrs. Rheba Taylor watches while students Prove the theory of Boy1e's Law. Cheryl Matthews finds the mass of a brass cube. Physics is the most advanced science offered in North Little Rock High School. It deals with the study of matter and energy and the trans- formations of energy. The classroom schedule is Varied with laboratory work, lectures, and films. hyoicoi Scundamental or the gesture Physics students test nature to confirm her laws. Qhemiotry elaooeo Qprolse fha Qlemento Mr. Jack L. Ward, chemistry teacher, checks the fire extinguisher in preparation for a lab experiment. Cabovej Tommy Prince heats a chemical Bill Conrad and David Grissom look on as Tommy Stiffler to produce a reaction. Cbelowb Dan Blackwood and Anne Brinkley learn to use various lab equipment. pours a chemical into a test tube. Chemistry ls the science of the ,future which realizes the hopes of yesterday and the dreams of today. Through chemistry man speaks the language of the very atoms, probing their secrets and solving their intricate mys- teries. In the lab Chemistry students learn the fundamentals of the subject - studying, learning, experimenting-preparing for the day when they will use the atom to challenge the universe. 47 Mrs Mary Emma Hess teaches her students what every scientist must know how to use a microscope. In our ever-changing world the modern use of science grows. Improved techniques lead to man's understanding of life. Our new understanding of genetics, micro- biology, and ecology has reached new heights. The learning process involves the mastery of certain fundamental concepts and progress into protists, plants and animals, and man. Relationships of living things and their environmental adaptations should bring about a dearer comprehension of the significance of life and its importance in human Welfare. iBiology Studento Study giving fliingo James Chaney explains heredlty's effect on bone struct Beverly Ingles. Miss Mary Law teaches Leonard Gaskins and Edgar Cox how to handle the tarantula, Dracula, safely. Mr. David Manson discusses fossils with Mark Rydell Q:-are Terry Waldrop proves the perfect balance between plant and animal life with his white rats. CBe1owD Kay Adkins and Roger Bartlett learn to use the microscope. sz, ,ka t Xi, Latin Students have to concentrate intently to master ditttcult translations. Right, Mrs. Sarah Helms, Latin instructor, is also the head of the Languages department. Miss Jane G111 helpsastudent with some tough French assignment. Miss Sharon Fielding conjugates a verb for the benefit of her attentive students. 50 omance anguageo reate jntrigue The spoken and written languages are the basis by which men are able to understand and work with each other. To gain a better understanding of other people in other coun- tries NLRHS offers courses in Latin, Spanish, and French, Each of these courses requires concen- trated effort on the part of the student as well as the faculty. The courses are difficult but rewarding as the student goes through two years of Writing, reading, and speaking the language of his choice, The students learn both in the classroom and ln the modern, well-equipped laboratories. Spanioh Studento remote oreign cpe lationo An air of Espana, or Spain, centers around the intruder in room 115. Here the room is decorated with Spanish relics, and the language is chiefly Spanish. Three years of Spanish may be studied at the high school. Spanish-type entertain- ment is a prominent variation ofthe regular classroom work. Nathan Calhoun and Earl Fleming add an atmosphere of sleepy Mexico to their dialogue . ..... Janlva Toler, Marilyn Book, Cecilia Kirkpatrick, and Susan Walker play Spanish musical instruments in a classroom club meeting. Mrs. Bernice Hlmt shows Skip Covington Spanish Christmas cards centered around a proclamation of a religious holiday. R lfft ff WWA H' Q 4 f A T4 .ew-n-.'2,V,,LTflssf q , , , , . ,, , , z at . H' .5 ,fa - ,ww , A .1 W' A' -4b' f'ffl?f-V W ,," vm- A, 4 'HQ Hjlgfw fl, A . Q M W ' Aa, --...N-.. -v....A "aw Ac 5 S i xg fe"" we I 3 4 4' ' 3 f fi 1 M., .... ...W,mmm cart elaooeo Qpeleaoe reatiuity Double your pleasure and double your art work... Pat and Pam Barkley work on one of the many art projects. Elaine Anderson listens and watches attentively while Mrs Searcy W. Thompson helps make a finished product, 'XF' Mrs. Thompson oversees the work done on the crowns used on the Color Day assembly. Gary Bolln and Sarah Handley make a tlnsel Christmas tree in preparation for the Holidays. Throughout the year the art classes have been doing a double jobg learning new tech- niques and serving the school. Under the direction of Mrs. Searcy Thompson, Art Instructor, the students have been pursuing many catagories, from individ- ual painting to group projects. Besides con- structing the enormous Wildcat head which the football boys run through at each game, they also make the backgrounds for many of the assemblies. Each student that takes art may not be- come a great artist, but when he leaves he will have a much greater knowledge of the field of art. Mr Raymond Brandon, above, looks over a sheet of music before trying it out on the band. At right, Mr. Eldon White lifts the baton to direct the band in practice. Below, the marching band performs various formation for the Thanksgiving Day half-time ceremonies. Another light which will shine on the talents of these high school students is that of the school assemblies. During this time students will perform and bring into view the merits of being in a band, and the unity, before the entire student body. Also, the annual band concert is of the utmost importance, for at this concert the musicianship of these dedicated students is displayed before the entire city. Surely at this time of year we must stop to think of the many times we have enjoyed hearing the music of the North Little Rock Wildcat Band. fans! cprovideo Tit of Taoist Often striving musicians lack the desire to fight to attain perfection in their talent. This can easily be supplemented by the band student in high school. For the sec- ondary schools will add to the style, form, skill and musical standards of this musician. Here he will find the enthusiasm and associationship of other interested students in the musical field. The band of NLRHS is by far one of the state's finest. Aside from the musical experiences he or she will find here, there will be countless numbers of enjoyable tours, trips, and displays of their ability to perform on the football field as well as the basketball court. The Pep Band plays an important part in the school spirit at assemblies and basketball games. 'tw-'i'3 The Marching Band falls into the formation of ONE--the word with which most football supporters were most familiar. After defeating the Ft. Smith Grizzles the Band led the way in the victory march proclaiming to the city our state position. The Concert Band, under the direction of Mr. Brandon, presented a mid-winter concert to the public . . . Britt McCoy practices in sectional for the up-coming concert. . . . . . .Kathie Jordan as the featured solist. 56 elicit' rogram oteo falento Throughout the Year the Choral Music department adds to the activities on Wildcat Hill. The choir is a highly organized group of vocalists that performs in many programs throughout the school year. Some of the choral department's greatest con- tributions, including the Christmas assembly, continue through the winter. In the spring begins the widely popular Variety Show and various song festivals over the entire state. Each member of this musical program receives a better understanding of the rules and regulations of music as well as the personal enjoyment of singing for one's own personal satisfaction. fx Mr. Clarence S. White is choral music director. fs lj: -JL , 1 A a, " tj l' M. M f a2Jf'CW"k'7 M ff S S 514 Q .1 , I 3 y J, , .A , Choir officers for this year were Brady Gadberry, Theresa Story, Becky Bice, and Skip Covington. Mrs. Elizabeth Blckford is also a choral music director. '57 The Boys' Quartet is heard for the first time on the Color Day as- sembly. Under the direction of Mr. Clarence S. White the Senior Choir performs on the Thanks- giving assembly. The Girls' Trio captures the heart of the audience as they sing in the auditorium before Christmas hol- idays. ' is my fs 'QQ xg. 'Riel 'Q whisk e 222 5 uf i me .. -1 gg, il as wisyqff Qui? X M f 5,yfi,m iv2 if 5' ' x Hs, A W V . an W I WWE Y? ?'Y,,.,,:" if FIM -WW Mrs. Ruth Grimmett adjusts the recorder before a speech is given by William Woodward. Speech and ibelvate. . . cart in ommunication The speech department cultivates one of man's greatest abilitiesg his ability to speak. However the speech department is not satis- fied with that. It teaches students to speak Well, under many conditions, on many toplcsg to many different groups. The speech department also wishes to improve poise and composure as well as the speaker's quality, by such things as panel discussion, impromptu speeches and debates. Above Steve Kilpatrick attacks the plan of the affirmative while at right, Mike McNeill and Lynn Mansfield, the voices of the affirmative, plan their rebuttal. Louis Harroll and Donnie Lee give a demonstration speech which needs no other explanation. rama Studento earn cart of :Arte The study of dramatics is one that has fascinated the "thinkers" of all six civiliza- tion since its beginning. It has held the works of the greatest of all creative writers. And through a year's study in the art of arts, one will become well acquainted with the artist of the stage. A student can drift from the works of Kitt Marlowe to the creative realism of Edward Albee. But above all, he will become well ac- quainted with the masters of creative writ- ing and the essence of pleasure that has held the attention of its audiences since the first .curtain was raised and will until the last curtain call. t at 4L.a1?"3,.. I Miss Donna Wasson applies the final touch to the mustache of Bruce Firestone before the play begins The acting out of Bible scenes was one of the many things that drama offered the students. Drama students part- icipate in the Thespian play "The Doctor in Spite of Himself." Q Q .2 3 3 3 my .,,,.k,,..L,, ? x 12 8 ,m f ffm Z S gi ksffm S 3254, f. K 5 2 X -o ' . I fx si-1 L 1 1 f S,- " 1 Ai K f I 1 . Qi 1 is at . 4. ,, it U f Qllice ractice alzeo cpe fleet iBuoineoo Clickety-clack, clickety-clackl No it's not a train coming, but the noise of the machines seeping from the office practice class. Rotary calculators, key-driven calculators, ten- key, full-key, IBM typewriters, and filing are some of the instruments and knowledge that Senior stu- dents have to master on their upward climb in the business world. Janice Sanders and Kathie Harrison put their learning to practice while using the IBM machine, Mrs. Phyllss Fisher explains to a student the techniques of office practice, Donna Venable and Havanna Gatewood seem to be operating something other than an office practice machine, Mrs, Mary Louise Schmidt answers the question of a confused bookkeeping student, iookkeeping feackeo recioion Sea le The bookkeeping classes consist of students who are interested in scientific careers, in art, in mechanics, as well as those who wish to major in the business field. As students study the principles of "doub1e entry bookkeeping" they begin to realize the necessity of keeping neat, accurate records. When students re- ceive their practice set, they become the bookkeeper for a business and must record all the transactions of that firm. Those who complete the course, whether they enter the business world or not, have an asset that will make their future budgeting much easier. Bobby Fortner and James Fisher consult each other on one aspect of the course, budget, Sandy Barnett and Johnny Bumgardner work with an endeaver to balance the Shorthand and fyping: Skills Qor ucceoo To be able to do secretarial work well is to succeed in many phases of business. There is a need for proficient typists and stenographers, and the Commercial Department at NLR en- deavors to fill this need by offering sound courses in both subjects. Students who take these courses need to have an above average vocabulary and a general background in English. Cheryl Swann, Marilyn Brlsby, and Brenda Gordon assist Larry Nicholas ln his shorthand transcription. Mrs. Jana Farris is the Shorthand I teacher CLeftJ Mrs. Mary Hendrickson, typing instructor, helps Nancy Campbell with a problem. CAboveJ Sandy Buckly works diligently to finish the week's assignment, CAboveD The skills Louis King learned in type- writing are applied in his sports writing for the H1 Comet. CR1ghtJ Pam Dunivan is well on her way to mastering that mechanical monster, the typewriter. CBelowD Mrs. Patricia Donahey assists Steve Hopkins in setting his typewriter., 5'P'!!I1L9R.......AnFm' Yillliiif' - Mrs. Mary Miller is head of the Commercial Depart- ment, uoineoo ouroeo ra in or omorrow North Little Rock High Schoo1's young people are being prepared to face the busi- ness World. Business and Business law classes give students a clear idea and an understanding of it. Through this course, students learn what to expect when they step into business or jobs as study ofbusiness emphasizedthe fundamentals of selling and trading, Mrs. Bernadine Bryant gives a pointer to business law student Harold Jones. . . . . . Mrs. Vertie Baxley pauses from her businesstraining courses. 'iff-3:3 Mrs. Judy Fletcher, in her char- acteristic charming manner, instructs b u sin e s s training a n d business law. Carolyn Carver, Donna McRoberts, Bobby Hayes, and Quin Godsey conduct a discussion in their business law course. M rx --E 2 X 'K x wk. W ,l Q5 .lk .W ,ik . 1 42'-Fe WW K in ,- Q, ,u,::z:w9w1--,- , ' rf f i Q, we I Q, u 5 , M ww Q v0"" ,psf 'gfiifxifs V S ' , Wai" 71' H' mn, f Q V 2 Q Q af mf. M in ,T I H gr 1 X if ome conomico uildo fatter omeo The girls in Home Economics learn such skills as child care, home deoor- ating, home nursing, cooking, and sewing. They learn from that faithful teacher, "Experience". Two years of Home Ee are offered, and in these classes the girls prepare themselves to be competent home- makers. Mrs. Billie Robinson stops to check roll before passing out papers. . . bl. ,ti ,W V, W 7 ,K Q ak, J, 4 tw. K s T A Mrs. Janive Blanchard points out the different parts of a sewing Donna Nichols learns that with every tea comes dirty dishes machine to her home ec. class. that must be washed. I Sandy Yarbrough acts as hostess to Miss Law and Mr. Manson at the teacher s tea. Senior Linda Muncy is intent upon doing a good job. Peggy Sharp practices the art of using a tracing wheel. Heliis Lloyd learns to follow a pattern. Mrs. Axme W. Browder demonstrates sewing techniques to her classes. 5 , vrwgp., X., HX W 55,110 1 g mm-sm mam lliillitx l . , I I, 1 yn -wwf-4 ww MZ fu, I f-N1--. i 1 W , , , 'A-w 5.1.3 i I ii ffsawfiggll' ' A gm 7 fv- W va" ' 6 ww if 1 ' 1, 1 X 1 I .ffwtf 'wa-,ug al oodworlz . . . cart in earpentry Mr. A.J. Robertson, teacher of first and second year woodwork, instructs Charles Atterberry and Gary Kelley in the con- struction of a clock. Clyde Davis and Ricky Edwards practice their skill on one of the many machines in their classroom. Woodwork is a study in the creative arts of one of nature's most versatile fibers. The students develop their pre- vious knowledge of woodwork into prac- tical and handsome creations, such as tables, racks, and clocks. First year students depend on their hands for their skill, while second year students utilize the machines provided for them. Danny Adams and David Millbaugh use a bandsaw to begin a woodworking project. carte and Qraito reate gfandiworlz Gene Barrett prepares a mold for the clay that Mr. Johnson is mixing at the right. Below, Vance Gustus and Mike Barrett seem proud of the finished product. 1 e Ronnie Davis consults Mr. Neal Johnson on some molds before they are ready for use. r w w Students of Arts and Crafts learn to use and employ a more refined aspect of Industrial Arts. The boys work with ceramics, leather, and various other mat- erials. 73 l Mr. Dale Grady is the electronics instructor. A bold new World of electronics and mechanic al technology will greet the gradu- ates of Electronics and Auto Mechanics, young men who are prepared to meet the challenge of this world with fists at ready. Prepared by the rigorous training and standards of these courses, these students will become the engineers, technologists, architects and draftsmen of tomorrow. 74 electronica: ommunicating Cwith the cworlcl X CLeftj James Hamric, Lloyd Harril and Kenneth Ingram test radio tubes. CAboveJ Travis Holmes and James Hamric work at constructing a radio. CBe1owJ David Hill, John Cook, and Bobby Strong put the finishing touches on a radio that they built. echanical grawing Qplano or the Szuture Mechanical drawing is taught as a general education subject to acquaint the students with our industrial society. It is a requirement for entrance into engineering schools. Mechanical drawing is an elective subject, and the interest in the course is high among both boys and girls. Darrel Hatchett works intently over his day's assignment. CBe1owJ Chuck Hicks demonstrates to Jerry Irby just how it should be done. Jimmy Fink learns to use a French curve in drawing ellipses. Mr. Lomile Johnston, mechanical drawing in- structor, lends s. helping hand to Jane Smith CAboveD Mr. Hastings welds metals together while Mike Shoup looks on. CRightj Mr. Robert Hastings, machine shop instructor, checks some of the heavy machinery used. CBe1owD Darrel Edwards concentrates upon his job of grinding a metal. aclaine .Shop repa rec or jnduotry The machine shop course is designed to prepare interested boys for future work in heavy industrial machines. The course is open to all three grades. riuer'o education alzeo or Safety The Arkansas State Police loaned NLR this Driver Training Unit for the first six weeks of school. Above, Drivers Education students put the Training Unit to good use, under the watchful eye of Coach Hawk. With an ever increasing number of young drivers on the highways, the im- portance of safety and courtesy cannot be stressed enough. The Driver's Education course offers this instruction by means of films, lectures, and actual driving. After six weeks of Driver's Education, the students are ready to take the test for a license. Left, Coach Henry Hawk is the Driver's Education instructor. Above, Coach Hawk prepares to give firsthand driving instructions to Charlotte Phillips, Billy Grey, and Linda Wilson. , 'wif A1 'ff ,z ea lth feacheo gfyg ie ne Coach Carol O. Henry lectures to his class on the importance of hygiene and below, Brenda Jordan and Carolyn Pagent take part in a discussion with practice teacher Joe Presley. Bobby Hefner, Robert Dumas and Guy Tilbury point out facts about teeth on charts drawn in class. The physical well-being of the students at North Little Rock Senior High School is dealt with in depth by the students in the Health Department taught by Coach Carroll Henry. Those students that are unable to par- ticipate in the regular physical education classes, either temporarily or permanently, take a course in health that covers everything from artificial respiration to good first aid techniques. 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Wm ' - Glen Bond is trapped trying to elude the Central High tacklers 1965 cwildcato :win girot State Qlaampionokip "Leadership, workmanship, plus sportsmanship equal CHAMPIONSHIP!" This so-called "formula" certainly does apply to the 1965 North Little Rock Wildcat football team, who went undefeated and compiled a record of 10-0-2. Under the coaching of head coach Ken Stephens, the Wildcats worked hard to gain the position of No. 1 in the conference and State AAA Champions. They underwent practices at full speed during the summer to get ready for the first game, and from then on it was up to the boys. They did it. Leadership was provided both by the senior football players and the entire student body. The senior players knew what was expected from them and they passed it along to the others. But there is also this question, "Who can win without support?" The student body provided the support by filling the stadium with a capacity crowd and cheering their "heads off" for the Wildcats to win. Win, lose, or tie, it didn't matter to our football team or our student body, They were capable of accepting defeat but were fortunate in not having to face it. With these three things the Wildcats compiled a near-perfect season. This was the first time they had gone undefeated and their first time to Win a state champion- ship, and they are entitled to shout, "We're No. 1." Ricky Thurow, quarterback Bill Barnett, end 3 year letterman 3 year letterman Charlie Foehner, linebacker Travis Holmes, linebacker 3 year letterman 2 year letterman eato frounce gaclzoonuille 35-O The North Little Rock Wildcats opened their 1965 season with a bang by defeating the Jacksonville Red Devils. In the first quarter the ball bounced back and forth. No one could get on the scoreboard. Finally in the second quarter, quarterback Darrell Hatchett took it in for the first six points. Later in the second quarter Maurice Graham returned a Red Devil punt all the way from the Jacksonville 46 yardline. Hatchett's pass to Leon Kumpe helped to set up the final score of the half. With a little over a minute left Graham scampered five yards and a touchdown. Ricky Thurow, who wasn't expected to play because of an injury, came in in the third quarter and passed for two touchdowns. The first one was a 14 yarder to junior end Ronnie Jones. The other one was in the last stanza, where he connected with Kumpe on the Jacksonville 40 and Kumpe dashed for the goal line. Mike Loibner converted all PAT'S, Rickey Colclasure, Guard George Jones, Tackle 2 yr. letterman 2 yr. letterman Leon Kumpe' End T0mmY DSW, End Maurice Graham, Halfback James Redmon, Tackle - 2 yr. letterman , , 2 yr letterman Glen Bond, Halfback Mike Reid, Center 1 yr. letterman 2 yr. letterman 2 yr letterman 2 yr letterman Quia get Second cwin 33-O The Wildcat Bandits, defensive team, was able to top the Sylvan Hills Bears with no score. Travis Holmes led the pack with 16 tackles, while Charlie Foehner had 15, James Redmon 14, and Steve Holland had 11. While the Bears fumbled on their own three, it took only one play before Ricky Thurow plimged over for the first Wildcat TD. Mike Loibner missed the PAT. Holmes jarred the ball away from a Bear runner and in two plays Thurow drove to the Bear two yardline. Glen Bond went in for the touchdown in the second quarter. With the hands of Leon Kumpe and the arm of Thurow, the Cats moved the ball again to the seven after Bond's 16 yard scamper. Thurow decided to let Bond have it again, and did for six points. The Cats left at the half with a 19-0 lead. The Bears had no real chance of scoring because of the tough Wildcat defense. The Cats followed the first half with two touchdowns, one by Maurice Graham and a spectacular interception by line- backer Charlie Foehner who ran for 27 yards for paydirt. This ended the scoring for the night with a 33-0 victory. Thurow pulls for every yard against the hard hitting Fort Smith defense. gint eonserence filt jo Succeooiul Dominating the first half and most of the second the Wildcats managed to win their first conference game. The first touchdown came when Ricky Thurow faked to Jay Holsted and kept around end for nine yards and six points. This concluded a sixty-two yard drive. Holding the Blytheville Chicks enabled the Wildcats to score again before half- time. After Glen Bond and Holsted carried for a series of plays, Thurow rolled to the right and sneaked in for the touchdown to give the Cats a 12-0 lead at halftime. Coming back in the third stanza, Blytheville recovered a fumble and started a big drive which ended because of a Chick fumble that the Wildcats took ad- vantage of. This fumble enabled the Cats to get the clinching touchdown, as the Cats drove from their own nineteen yard line. Blytheville finally scored in the third period after intercepting a Thurow pass. This victory gave the Cats a 3-0 record and a rating of number 2 in the state. Eddie Wooley, end Joey Scarborough, guard 2 year letterman 2 year Ietterman Gary Cruse, cornerbacker Mike Lgibner, guard 2 year letterman 2 year 191361-man l I cwildcato qnaul gfall for girof fime Keeping up the undefeated record with a 4-0, the Wildcats defeated the Hall Warriors 14-6. Ball control was the winning factor of the game. The Warriors were allowed 28 plays while the Wildcats had an impressive 59. The first period was idle for both teams, but in the second stanza the Wild- cats broke loose. Leon Kumpe was con- nected with an 18 yard pass from Ricky Thurow to put the ball on the Warrior 46. After a five yard penalty, Thurow was switched to tailback. Thurow took a pitch from quarterback Darrell Hatchett and scampered to the Hall 35. Then Thurow hit Kumpe with another pass to the Hall 22. After four more plays Glen Bond drove off tackle for the first touchdown. The second half opened when the Warriors kicked off and Thurow picked it up at his own 12 and ran it back for 88 yards for the score. This started Hall to begin a passing attack. The Cats defense dumped the signal caller for an 11 yard loss, but connected with a pass to get the first down. Three plays later, a Warrior ball carrier drove over for the score. The Cats stopped them from making the extra point. B111 Pinkston, end Bobby Gordon, tackle 1 year letterman 1 year letterman Randy Crowell, halfback Whit Waller, center 1 year letterman 1 Year letfermarl Jay Holstead, fullback Darell Hatchett, quarterback 2 year letterman 2 year letterman Greg Hinds, tackle Bobby Fortner, halfback 1 year letterman 1 year Ietterman Qt Qorado fic.: cnortln fittle Tack 13-13 Ranking No. 1 in the state, NLR Wildcats tied the ElDorado Wildcats without the services of Ricky Thurow because of an injury that came in the first period of play. The final score was 13-13 but the Cats still possessed an undefeated record. A fumble at the Wildcat's 12 set up the first score for the ElDorado team. ElDorado ran two plays, then Don Griffin sneaked over in the second quarter for the score. North Little Rock came back and marched 66 yards in 12 plays, Darrell Hatcett took the ball and scampered the last ten yards for the touchdown and last score of the half. The teams left the field with a score of 6-6. Coming back in the third quarter, the Cats drove 70 yards in 12 plays. Jay Holsted gained 10, and a 11 yard pass to Ronnie Jones helped to set up the touchdown. Hatchett passed to Bond for the touchdown. Mike Loibner's PAT was good. Starting a drive of their own, ElDorado moved the ball to the Wildcats 39 yardline. There an ElDorado ball carrier managed 16 driveinff Tackle fi' fwe 57ardsTanc?f a touchdown. They converted with the PAT. Dale Blery goes crashing into the Rocket line but is upended for little gain. ElDorado managed to repossess the ball in the last stanza. They moved the ball to the Wildcat's 11 yardline. Two plays later the ball was placed on the Wildcat's goal linewherethe No. 1 team's defense tightened up and stopped the charging ElDorado team's chance for a touchdown. The Cats kept the ball until the buzzer sounded. cundeieated cwildcato zap goneoboro The North Little Rock Wildcats re- mained the only undefeated team of the AAA by defeating the Jonesboro Hurricanes 27-13, October 8th, The first quarter was idle although both teams had good drives. Recovering a Wildcats fumble in the second quarter helped to set up the first Hurricane score. It took the Hurricanes only six plays to put six points on the scoreboard. Glen Bond and Dale Biery came back with tremendous running plays that enabled quarterback Darrel Hatchett to sneak through for the score on the goal line. Mike Loibner converted the PAT making the score 7-7. After stopping the Jonesboro team with an interception by Travis Holmes, Glen Bond and Maurice Graham moved the ball to the two yardline where Hatchett went over for the score. Loibner's con- version was good. Forcing the Hurricanes to punt, Graham returned the ball to the 40. Here Bond made a fabulous 40 yard run as he scampered to paydirt. Loibner made PAT. Thus making the final score a 27-13 and another victory for the Wildcats. Dean Duke, cornerbacker Steve Holland, tackle 2 year letterman 1 year letterman Louie Plummer, tackle Dale Biery, halfback 1 year letterman 1 year 1efte1-man ibeieafing the frojano gmalze cwin cnc. 6 Taking the opening kickoff, the Hot Springs Trojans drove 69 yards in 16 plays for the Trojan score. The Trojan placekicker converted the PAT. After Leon Kumpe's 45 yard kickoff return to midfield, Glen Bond and Darrell Hatchett moved it to the 35. Dale Biery ran for nine yards and then four plays later Hatchett hit end Ronnie Jones with a pass for the score. Mike Loibner's conversion was good. Glen Bond had a tremendous 70 yard run in the second quarter with Jones setting up an all-important block. The Cats were determined to score again before the half ended. This time the Cats recovered a Trojan fumble on the 30 and taking only sixplays before scoring. Bond ran for 13 while Hatchett connected Jones again for 20. Hatchett drove over the one for the score. Loibner's kick made it 21-7 at halftime. Forcing the Trojans to punt, Maurice Graham returned it to the 40 where the Trojans were penalized 15 yards. Hatchett decided to give Biery the honors this time as he broke loose and scampered for paydirt. Loibner's PAT made it 28-7 to give the Wildcats a 6-0-1 record. Ronnie Jones, end Craig Loibner, halfbackh 1 year letterman 1 year letterman Russell Jenkins, linebacker Paul Bankston, center Stewart Thibault, tackle Larry Shadld, end 1 year letterman 1 year letterman 1 year letterman 1 year letterman Don McLemore, tackle Gary Newman, halfback 1 year letterman 1 year letterman cwildcato gwkip cwampuo Qato on eolor ebay Fumbling and punting was the sto ry of the first half as the ball moved back and forth for both teams. Conway couldn't spring loose their all-state halfback J. B. Pendergraft and North Little Rock's backs were held for very little gain. Late in the third quarter the Wildcats managed to put together atouchdown drive. This drive consisted of plays such as a 31 yard aerial pass from Ricky Thurow to Leon Kumpe, the combination of Jay Holsted's and Glen Bond's power running, and a 14 yard pass from Thurow to Ronnie Jones for the TD. Mike Loibner's conversion was good with 1:10 remaining. After the Conway series of plays expired, the brilliant running of Bond moved the ball to the two yardline. Here quarterback Thurow hit end Jones for the second touchdown. Thurow hit Kumpe for the PAT, with the score 14-0 starting the final stanza. Aided by two 15 yard penalties, the Wampus Cats managed to hit paydirt as Pendergraft went in for the score. While winning not only the Homecoming gamma the Wildcatsistawd Li1d6teatE1 and won their seventh game. , .T ,W Doug Hasley, halfback Dan Blackwood, halfback SQUS-dm?-Il squadman Zelsraa and esta Qbraw Scoreleao fic Defense was the chief story of this game. We have to admit that Pine Bluff has one of the best defensive squads in the state to hold the North Little Rock's tough offense. In the last ten minutes of the game was the only opportunity to score for the Wildcatsg but it was ended because of three penalties. Neither was able to score but North Little Rock led in overall statistics. Pine Bluff had four first downs to the Wildcats 11, and in total offense Pine Bluff gained 72 yards to North Little Rocks 173 yards. This was the Wildcats second tie, the other to ElDorado. This gives the Cats a record of 7-0-2. cwildcata elinch o4o4c,4 Qaat ibiuiaion November 5, the North Little Rock Wildcats clinched the Eastern Division Championship with a 20-6 defeat over the Central Tigers. Q l I Bm Brazle end Jimmy Mayfield han-back Ja.rnes Cody, end Steve Steghens, tackle ' ' squadman squadman squadman squadman The Cats didn't waste any time after they stopped the Tigers for just one series of plays, Taking the ball on the 29, Ricky Thurow moved it to the 42. After Glen Bond and Ricky Thurow moved it to the 12 yardline, Thurow sprinted for the score. Mike Loibner converted the PAT to make it 7-0. Holding the Tigers again enabled the Wildcats to score again. This time Thurow was faced with a fourth down and eleven yards to go. Thurow faked to Maurice Graham, faded back to pass but decided to run. On this run he picked up the all important first down. With second and five Thurlow started around right, but he connected a pass to Bond for the score. Loibner's PAT was blocked. Central's star, Gary Tate, gave them their first and final score when he sprinted 17 yards for the touchdown. Tate's PAT was no good. Bond's 39-yard run for the touchdown and Mike Loibner's PAT ended the scoring for the night. The win gave them the Eastern Championship and an impressive record of 8-0-2. This also gave the Wildcats a No. 1 rating in the state. Chuck H1CkS, end Randy Wier, end squadman Squadman :win ever Qrizzlieo elincheo State eluampionohip Friday, November 12, the tough de- fense of the North Little Rock squad had to stop time and again the hard hitting Grizzlies of Ft. Smith but managed to come out ahead to win, 14-7. Taking over in the second quarter, the Cats signal-caller Ricky Thurow con- nected a pass to Ronnie Jones who went 52 yards into paydirt. Mike Loibner's extra point gave the hosting Wildcats a 7-0 halftime lead. Ft. Smith came exploding back in the second half, determined to get on the scoreboard. They started on their own 30 and marched down to the Cats eight yard line. At that point came the biggest play of the game. Grizzly halfback David Carter cut right with a blocker in front of him. Defensive end Bill Burnett threw himself into the on-coming blocker who was knocked back into Carter forcing him to fumble. Safety Randy Crowell picked up the ball and raced 94 yards for the second and final Wildcat score. The Grizzlies were able to finally score with a passing attack. After marching 44 yards they were able to step into the Cats end zone. The win gave the Cats the AAA State Championship, the first in the history of the North Little Rock team. Qato Qc cundeieafed caster Turkey gay On Thanksgiving Day the Catholic High Rockets clashed with the AAA State Champs, the North Little Rock Wildcats. This victory, 14-7, gave the Wildcats their first undefeated, season. A Catholic High scored the first six points and PAT with an interception by the Rockets. 72 N881 Msg, ya 6, ,4 gl 527149 5. 48 1 Squadmenw-Phil Begin, Jim Branson, John Bost, Glen Carpenter, Da.nny Cooper, Gaylon Cruse, Micky Davis, Steve Dew, Dickey Dillon, Danny Duke, Phil Fisher, Gary Garrison. Squadmen--Danny Grantham, Gordon Hamblin, Billy Ray Harris, Mike Harvey, Skip Hearne, Larry Holland, David Knight, Harry Langley, Dickie Lee, Danny Linn, Clyde Little, Pete Martin. .,.,,,,,,, , . f..fge,, , .V , ,. . ,.,V. p.,p, A ,pV. , 8 6 A 3 .:.fi:,,,. is Vhits i 'lil 51 If H A I ' , 4 X if 5 A 60 79 k :VV I Mi 5 12 ' A K ,. , Vrky .7 I ' A I 4 8 j p, .5 plp. Wy .,.. ii i. . .f.s. , A '..' 'e'i rvri 4 4 rfzv hfft iittilltitii 3 i tllr 7 N 4 -1 . , If , '- 1 in J ,, , L Q .1 v . fe f Q f 4 e f - f ff f H I f ff g ' . T EQ, 4' 2 V ,LA 1 A., , J WZ 's ' . , . 4, ,- w h me M Wil h . 1, H f M 5 .L, 1 x . , - ' 'Q ' qkwh Q six gh a 5 ggi' , I . 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The Rockets drove and hit hard, but Darrell Hatchett's two interceptions stopped them. The win gave the Cats the State Championship Title and an undefeated sea- son. The Wildcats had compiled an almost perfect record, 10-0-2. Z itteno Qompile 10-O-2 gpecoral It appears that Wildcat Hill will be having a winning team around for the next few years. The Sophomore Wild- kittens battled through their 1965 season without a defeat, and came up with the same.record as their parent team, the varsity 10-0-2. The two ties came at the hands of Central, and Hall, both of Little Rock. Not only did the Kittens have a fine season themselves but helped the varsity to their championship season. The Kittens would run the opponents plays against the varsity defense so the defense could be able to combat against their Friday night opponents. Coach Paul Clark is in his second year as mentor of the Kittens to a fine season, but soouted other teams for the varsity Wildcats. This year's 10th grade team was the largest Wildcat Hill has had in the past three years. The Kittens were composed of 44 team members. During the Winter, spring and summer, the sophomores prepare themselves to be juniors on next year's Wildcat varsity by weight lifting and miles of running. f f Q-. ,- Q ' ' Q ,a sr' , hi? 'F H ns 1 ffl? an-re Y V -.Y Jw - M, f".f V. , ' K . br., 1 ,.r, . , ,.', o r . . or , t at ,Y --0 , 5 ! I 1 ! p f 1 White, David Wingfield, Demais Wingfield, if , it ' Squadmen Norman Snow Phillip Tharp Bob Thirion Steve Vick Teddy Romue Winter Johnny Wright 'ri' B 5 4 Bobby Vint, center, 3 year letterman wo Cage- Mentor, Coach James Clark, looks the situation over and plans strategy as Danny Russell looks on. 6 t A Quart Bill Burnett, guard, 3 year letterman gXfucAf 4 2 eato cplacecl eventh in The Wildcats ended the year with a 20-9 season record and a 9-5 conference mark. Although the Cats had one of the worst season in years, they never gave up. They went all the way to the finals in the LRU Tourney where they were defeated by Central and managed to get to the semi-finals and again the victor was Central. The Cats were under a new Cage mentor, James Clark. Seniors Bobby Vint and Danny Russell were in the top ten scorers of season in the AAA. Vint was the leader with a 21 point average. Russell had a 19. These two big guns also repre- sented North Little Rock to the AAA All- State team. Danny Russell, forward, 2 year letterman , sfaefaxgfts APRE asm rg LM new LBUA7 entral grape Canto ju fourney Szinalo In the first game against Fuller, the Wildcats grabbed most of the rebounds to defeat them 78-44. Danny Russell had 17 rebounds while Ray Malcolm and Bobby Vint had 16 and 15 respectively. Russell also led in points with 19. The Wildcats had more trouble with J acksonville than Fuller in the second game. The Red Devils had three point lead at the half, 36-33. Jacksonville also went into the last period four points ahead, but North Little Rock steadily started popping the bottom of the net to come out on top 67-62. In the final game the Central Tigers dumped the Wildcats, 80-60, The Cats kept if fairly close the first quarter, but with Central hitting and North Little Rock fouling the Tigers moved out in front to stay. Bobby Vint led the Wildcats with 24 points, while Danny Russell had 18 Central's Ricky Tannenberger led all players with 28. Swish goes the net as North Little Rock W11dcats score another two points. Leon Kumpe-guard-2 year letterman Ray Malcolm-center-2 year letterman Joe Lamb-guard-1 year letterman .ure 'sr-. -'gZ".1'2:.: 41 X x,0'34r, 5 3 lr' , rf XVDCA7' Htxasw X BCA ayyy eato anage cu - 5 Seaoon Wildcats 61, Jonesboro 60 The game was won in the closing seconds. The ball was tipped from Danny Russell to Bill Burnett, who scored the final points. Russell had 20 points, Bobby Vint 19, and Bill Burnett had 12. Malcolm led in rebounds with 15. Wildcats 66, Blytheville 54 Russell and Vint led the pack with 21 points each. The Wildcats led all the way up to the final buzzer. During the final period the Cats went into a stall with 3:03 left, and the Cats got their second conference victory. Wildcats 80, McClellan 51 The Cats were determined to get out in front and stay out in front. At the end of the first quarter the Cats led 22- 10, at the half the score was 30-26, and at the end of the third stanza the score read 65-35. Bobby Vint had 31 points, Russell 16, and Malcolm 10. Wildcats 61, Hall 54 At the end of the first quarter the Warriors led 19-14, and after the half the score was 33-31. The Cats got their first lead in the fourth stanza, 44-43. The Cats pulled out four points ahead and kept edging on out, but the Warriors pulled back within two points. Vint fouled out but it still didn't make the difference. Vint scored 31 points, the high of the night. Wildcats 58, Central 67 The two rivals battled all the way to the final quarter. Central seemed unbeatable the first quarter by grabbing an 15-8 lead, led by Mike Moore and Ricky Tannenberger. Bobby Vint finally got hot and moved the score to 22-21, Central. At the half the score was tied 29-29. The third quarter was evenly matched, but during the final quarter the Cats had foul trouble which enabled Central to win the game. Vint had 34 points while Tannenberger had 14. Wildcats 47, Pine Bluff 51 This loss put an end to the 49 game winning streak on the Wildcats home court. The Zebras and Cats played back-to- back basketball until the last quarter when the Cats had foul trouble. Danny Russell led in scoring for the Wildcats with 19 and Bobby Vint had 17. Bruce Norwood hit 27 points for Pine Bluff, '13 of them coming in the final stanza. Wildcats 59, Blytheville 38 After the first quarter, which ended in a tie 12-12, North Little Rock took the lead and stayed that way throughout the rest of the game. Vint had 22 points and Russell had 18 for the Wildcats while Danny Lane led with 28 points for Blytheville. Lee Davidson, forward, 1 year Jerry Killion, guard, 1 year letterman Mike Boaz, guard, 1 year letterman , , f Q g g N 12 Wildcats 53, Hall 67 During the first period the Cats had a four point lead 17-13, but at the end of the half the Warriorsnarrowed the margin to take a two point lead, 25-23. Handicapped by fouls, Bill Burnett, Lee Davidson, and Danny Russell fouled out. Vint had four fouls. Russell had 19 points and Vint collected 18. Rusty Tower led the Warriors with 21 points. Wildcats 74, Jacksonville 55 The Cats grabbed a 10-0 lead right off the bat, which lasted almost six minutes. At the half the score read 43-30 North Little Rock. Vint hit 23 points, Burnett 15, and Russell with 14. Wildcats 70, McClellan 51 With the hot shooting of Danny Russell the Cats managed to defeat the MCC1ellan Lions. The Lions hardly ever came close to the Cats that night. Russellpopped 38 points and 14 rebounds, while Vint hit ll points and 15 rebounds. This was a "must" victory for the Wildcats. Wildcats 68, Central 66 The Wildcats surpassed the big charge the Tigers had given them. In the first quarter the Cats led 24-18. During the second stanza, Danny Russell was the story, scoring a total of 13 points. In the third quarter. Central got hot and managed to catch up and eventually go ahead of the Cats for the first time. But the Cats had the desire to come back to win a thriller. Russell had 30 points and Bill Burnett 24 for the Wildcats, while Ricky Tannen- berger had 29 for the Tigers. Wildcats 61, Pine Bluff 75 The Pine Bluff Zebras defeated the Cats in an all important game. The Zebras led throughout the game. After the first quarter the score was 18-10. At the end of the half the scoreboard read 43-33, and at the end of the third stanza the ,Lebras led 57-49. Bruce Norwood CPine Bluffj and Bobby Vint CNLRJ both scored 29 points to lead each of their teams. Wildcats 55, Jonesboro 61 This was probably one ofthe most important conference games Cbesides Centrall the Wildcats had to face this season. This win would have given the Cats second place in the Eastern Division. Danny Russell led the Wildcats in scoring with twenty-three, while . Vint had eighteen. Mac McAllister led the winners with twenty-one. Wildcats 75, Jacksonville 38 Showing good hustle and defense, the Cats managed to whip the Red Devils 75-38. Bobby Vint led with ninteen points and Russell right behind him with seventeen. Miller Ford and Robin Bogle sparked Jacksonville with 15 and 10 points respectively. Although the Cats did not have a real successful conference season, they managed to stay in contention in the conference race. nnie Jones, forward, lyear letterman Dwight Newcomb, forward, letterman 1 year ,pu- x,UCA 5 1 XLBCAI Y 5 5 Vint goes high for "two" against Fort Smith Southside John Salmon, center, squadman 'Thu 1 MCAS. 5 44 to t ata gow-Gut Qrcindly ju State gournament The North Little Rock Wildcats ended their basketball season as they were defeat- ed bythe AAA State Champs , Central Tigers , in the semi-finals. In the first game Danny Russell paced the Cats over ElDorado by hitting 25 points as the Cats won 69-60. Vint and Malcolm's 14 points plus Russell's 11 helped to defeat the Hot Springs Trojans 58-39. Ricky Tanneberger, two year all- stater, put in 18 points to defeat the Wild- cats 48-37 in the semi-final clash. Both Teams made exceptional mistakes but C entral's tough defense made the difference. Bobby Vint and Danny Russell were named to the All-State Team while Ricky Tanneberger was named "outstanding player" of the tournament. Vir1t'S height enables him to get Qver Mike Pyrgn Q15j Danny Russell shows the form which got him the honor of A11 State to get a shot off. Big Bob fades away as he tries to score against the tough Central defense. cwilallzitteno ave ucceoo ul Seaoon 15 - 5 Under the coaching of Carol Henry, the Wildkittens compiled a record of 15-1 for the season. Although little is ever heard about the Wildkittens, they have proven that they will be good and improved in the oncoming years. Most of the Wildkittens are made up of juniors and sophomores who are gaining experience for the varsity team next season. The Wildkittens lost to Central twice, Blytheville, Pine Bluff, and Jacksonville, Des- pite these losses the Wildkittens managed to defeat the rest of major AAA B-teams. Junior Ronnie Jones and sophomore John Salmon played the important parts in the Wildkittens successful season. DavidWingfield also did an outstanding job for the kittens. The Wildkittens made it the fourth con- secutive year they have played outstanding basketball. North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Little Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Hot Springs Jonesboro C onway Blytheville Mablevale Hall Hot Springs C entral C onway Pine Bluff Blytheville Hall C entral Pine Bluff Southside Jonesboro Paragould Jacksonville WDC4? Xx,BC4, Xxllflql. Vi k Qxyhl. 4 ivy!! 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S .L ,mlm X 'i M d-W-flggsfp or w X .- 6 if 4 . mga as Lf 6 Y ' A , :f 'i3E?Q9 . Q . Q - f . safe ff 'f 4 VLA 'Si fi' me 'fewiwi MQFPY Za ,N 1 ga t o 1 104 Student eouncil overno the .School The Student Council, composed of ten mem- bers from each class, regulate and carry out the projects selected by the student body, This year under the direction of Mrs. Fleming, the sponsor, the Student Council sponsored such activities as the Catlender, Color Day, Wildcat Follies,Frlendly Week, and a trip to the Student Council Convention. The Student Council sponsored the Tha.nksg1v1ng Assembly which collected baskets of food for the Goodwill. Student Council officers elected by the school were Mike Reid, Mary Jane Ford, Lynn Mansfield and Terry Hartwick n , Ricky Thurow, Parliamentarim Carolyn Carver, Chaplain Among the outstanding events sponsored by the Student Council were the Color Day Assembly pictured below, and the Wildcat Follies shown at the right, 105 Officers for the two clubs are: Gillis Bartholmey, Pep Cat vice presidentg Darla Fewell, Drill Team Leaderg Anne Ballew, Pep Cat historiang Linda Terhune, Pep Cat Presidentg and Pam Woolverton, hand drill leader. cpep eau and ibrill feam Pep Cats are composed of girls from all grades who wish to support the Wildcats by regular home attendance at football and basketball games, The Drill Team is made up of junior and senior girls chosen on the basis of their marching and teamwork ability, Drill Team members must also be a member of the Pep Cats. Above: Pep Cats display their spirit by hand drills and yells during the game. Below: Drill Team performs at ag pre-game ceremony. 106 J' 75 7 '1 5 ,.,r ,. l l M .1 w!X QM ' 1 Q ax- f l' V A23 g 63 A,, N. is I , Y KE, v ar x 5? U" 4 .18 .gb 5 MS ay- x -Q lf, j 0 f 5 ,P ,g K wxs 3 'ff Q X fx X 1 ' X vi N3 5 Q ,ga fY I I e A .mg lpn, 5 -. ., 5 af NM. s"" V ' L' EM .wx . M , , -5 g ,,,AA if ""-e f.- N 52' Szey elulv iueo CU ital Se ru ice. The Key Club is an honor club for junior and senior boys. The membership is awarded on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and character. This jyear the Key Club sold cushions, tended the refreshment stand and put on an assembly. Key Clubers serve faithfully through the year by selling seat pads for football games and running the concession stand at home basketball games. It has its rewards! The Key Club also put on an assembly in which they inducted new members for next year. This year the theme was the ever-famous 00711 series with a little Batman on the side. Officers of Key Club are Robert Dempster, Ronnie Shelby, Rick Ault and Don Bunch. lO8 ookwormo ee p filsra ry :working CBe1owJ Bookworms have time for adiscussion ata meeting. CRightD Officers for the Bookworms are, Secretary, Charlotte Garrettg Vice President, Mary Jo Hoggard, and President, June Davis. Not shown are Historian, Warren Blanchardg and Parliamentarian, Maria Worlow. The Bookworm Club meets every first and third Wednesdays in the li- brary. They participate in the Arkansas Student Librarians Association on the district and state levels. Bookworms' duties include checking books in and out, binding and mending books, and reading the shelves. They also construct the attractive bulletin boards in the li- brary. Patsy Pigg assists a student in checking out a book. Bookworm Bill Thomas puts lettering on a new book. - Y-Teen officers for this year were Linda Terhune, Martha B row n, S ara Smith, Jane L yn c h, Gillis Bartholmey, Barbara Hopkins, Linda Muncey, Marilyn Gwatney and Gwyn Brinkley. 110 y-feeno id School and eity Understanding and friendship with peo- ple of all beliefs-these are two well- known symbols of the North Little Rock High School Y-teens. For only 31.00, our Y-teens partici- pate in service drives and community activities. They learn to conduct them- selves in a mannerly Way and are always willing to help anyone at anytime. Each year the Y-teens learn even more from other Y-teens. They attend city, state, and national conventions bring- ing back information to improve their club. Jane Lynch and Dickie Dillion portray the heroine and hero in the play presented on the Y-Teen assembly. Above, Paula Kay Porter gives a gift to Phil Fisher, the sophomore dream boy. At right, the senior dream boy finalists are escorted onto the stage where they are introduced to the Student Body. Qpeal Qrooo io oglwayo eaaly The Red Cross program on Wildcat Hill helps others to help themselves. The Red Cross representatives from each homeroom collect money to be given for the aid of people overseas. The members of Red Cross have learned the importance of medical aid at an instant and the practices to apply it. Tommy Pitts gives information to Gwen Todd, the Red Cross representative who fills out the insur- Marcia Brummitt, president of the Red Cross helps Mrs. Sue ance accident form. Perry, the sponsor, count money collected for the Red Cross drive. 99 Officers Marcia Brummitt, Dean Duke and Christy Dales fill boxes to be sent overseas. Below, candystripers, Paula Boyd, Donna Hammock and Christy Rodman talk with Mrs. Syble Malczycki after her car wreck. All lll A blessed event in the visual aids department- -a new projector, being unpacked by Jerry Keller and Danny McCorkle. 112 fpzilm few fhrowo fight on the Subject Necessary to an invaluable classroom aid, the film crew helps the teacher to instruct by means of the cliche, "seeing is believing." One period of their day is devoted to showing films that enlighten and explain in the designated classrooms, Charles Stricklen helps Pat Hahn adjust a lens on the new projector. Eyes inspecting and fingers probing, Mac Biggs, John Walters, a.nd Jerry Keller investigate a new projector. Stage rew akeo reduction oooilsle Stage Crew consists of junior and senior boys who give their time and devotion to make production at the high school possible. Working the spotlight, fixing props, controlling the iurtain and making sure the stage is in ship-shape :ondition is a never ending service the stage crew supplies. Jimmy Hall works at mastering the spotlight. Mike Thompson and Vance Gustus control the curtains for assemblies and shows. Left, Billy Bowen and Hobert Welch work on props. Below, Mike Hedgecock controls the stagelights from the main lighting panel. K i. I , 4 5 lfg 'V U 3 i t If ' f i 4 as c - g fi , V , Y 4 L- -Q. , f Q l 1 . l E 1 5 I 5 5 .-f. -wg ,V i, i i i f f ' Afff' ll3 3 X Bob Weiler and Billy Vest stay busy as monitors for Coach Montgomery, dean of boys. onitoro 0400 ict gacu lty Checking passes from the building is Charlotte Graue's job. 114 Smothered with overcrowded conditions and inadequate faci1ities,the faculty was greet- ed with a helping hand from responsible moni- tors in their time of need. Work, work, and more work was their motto as they performed functions ranging from errands and library work to switch- board and office work. Proving again Wildcat Hill has the stand- ards of reliability, integrity, and patience when the chips are down. I Monitors James Fisher and Sharon Thorne are a valuable asset to the HiL1's central office. Linda Hamilton peddles her bookstore wares to Joanne Blaine. Susie Meador checks passes to make sure that Tom Jones and Joe Burton are really supposed to be out of class. 115 , Y, C.B. Hoskins, president ofthe Art Club squats with brush in hand to aid the artist painting the Wildcat's eye. Other officers include Sally Sockwell and Virginia Booker. Steve Witkowski and John Lane saw off enough stick to bolster the Wildcat head used at the football games. 116 04 rt lub Qxh ilvito ine 04 rt Throughout the year the art classes have been doing adoublejob-- learning new techniques and serving the school. Under the direction of Mrs . Searcy Thompson, Art Instructor, the students have been pursuing many c at- egories, from indivivdual painting to group projects. Besides constructing the enormous Wildcat which the foot- ball boys run through at each game, they also make the backdrops for many of the assemblies, decorations for Color Day, banquets and break- fasts. Each student who takes art may not become a great artist, but when he leaves he will have a much greater knowledge of the field of art. The Art Club and classes were responsible for the decorations in the front hall during the Christmas season. orenoic feague roueo .ue ation io ge batalvle Debating was once said to be simply an act of one team arguing offensively while an- other team counter-argues defensively. Over the years, however, debating has been drawn to a fine point and now takes much skill. After all information on topics has been gathered it must be coupled with the main contentions in order to convince the audience and judges to cast their lot favorably. North Little Rock's debators have long been outstanding and have brought home many wins for the school. Lynn Mansfield Larry Garner l Judy Massery ... Steve Kilpatrick... The Forensic League discuss the topic and the judging after the assembly until Mike tells them they can pass to their first period class Forensic Club officers are Theta Science officers are Chris Christy, corresponding secretaryg Don Bunch, vice Presidentg Groverlyn Meyers, Presidentg Jamie Cavinee, reporterg and Marcia Brummitt, secretary. fheta .Science peno goof or young O 9 X caentwto Theta Science Club meets every other Friday to further students' knowledge by performing scientific experiments. 118 Center left Don Bunch and fellow club members conduct an experiment con- cerning Vacuums. Center right: No,NLR doesn't have a genie, this is a demon- stration by John Glenn Parks, on the Theta Science Assembly. Bottom left: NLR students discuss principles with Theta Science assembly speaker. anguage elulso ogdd jntereot to elaooeo Los Gatos Espanoles enjoyed a dinner at Mexico Chiquita where they ate. . Mrs. Bernice B. Hunt pauses am-mg her dinner to listen and ate. . . to a student and ate. 119 Martha MacDonald, President, serves tea to Mrs. Allbrightxand Miss Fisher. guture eache ro onor aculty Future Teachers of America start early in preparing to eduo ate posterity. They listen to lectures and attend meetings to learn about their chosen profession. Treasurer Alice Jo Tarkington and Secretary Emma Kay Stogsdill serve Mrs. Julian Prlddy and Mrs. John Hunt. CLeftj Mrs. Faye Billingsly is served by Vice President Lonnie Pitman. CAbovej Reporter Barbara Nease and Karyn Blucker greet Mrs. Charles Carpenter and Mrs. Mary Alice Blalock. guture uroeo ractice fheir roleooion Future Nurses of America was organized to give girls interested in nursing in a chance to become acquainted with their future profession. The girls gain this experience by doing volunteer work in hospitals during their spare time, as well as other activities. Mrs. Mary Hess is the faculty sponsor of Future Nurses. Caboveb Future Nurses officers are Martha Jackson, Patsy Blanton, Brenda Armbrust, and Kathy Crossman. Cleft and belowj Volunteers Mary Anne Owen and Frances Herrick practice some aspects of nursing at Ft. Roots Veterans' Hospital during the summer months. 4 F lu, . FX I A K f 115: Q far, .1 l'21 FHA officers are Saundra Hogins, Jerri James, Heidi Sadler, Diane Esch, Brenda Tapley, Groverlyn Myers, and Susan Gazaway. uture omemalzero ractice fheir carte K.P. isn't exactly what the girls had in mind when they joined the Future Homemakers of America, and neither did their instructor. Instead, they are taught a number of things from the fundamentals of sewing and cooking to the fine art of serving as hostess at a tea, Membership in Future Homemakers involves such things as serving tea to mothers. . . Playing host to the District federation. . . Cof which Salmdra Hogins was presidentj. . . . And making party food. cprepa rea gommunity feaclero Officers are Karen Brown, Judy Swaim, Brenda Johnson, Linda House, and Vicki Johnson. Jimmy Glover concentrates on typewriting while the girls in the photo below learn the principles of adding machines. Future Business Leaders of America is a club designed to prepare students to take over' the positions of leadership inthe community. It is composed of students from the typing, shorthand, and office practice classes, as well as any other students who are interested in the business world. Typewriting can be humorous as well as confusing r .Q i --hw ff H ffeiig vi uture ournalioto. . . en of fomorrow The Future Journalists of America is an organization for first and second year journalism students who are interested in making journalism a future career. The membership is based on character, leadership, scholarship and who have made some outstanding achievement in the journalism depart- ment. ' Officers of Future Journalists Prissy Petty, Bobby Vint, and Havana Gatewood view a previous annual while Diane Johnston consults Jim Robertson Clower rightj about a story. Mi- ami CAboveJ Carolyn Davison and Christy Rodman prepare an issue ofthe Hi-Comet. Below, photog- rapher Tim Anderson, Wildcat editor Suzi Oswald, and art editor Beverly Barrett attend an annual workshop. 124 '5 :Wire ' ' utu re racleomen old Zey to guture Many students in Machine Shop and Auto Mechanics class join Future Tradesmen of Arkansas each year. Members of this organization attend a variety of activities through the year. The high point of the year's activities is the state conference and banquet. At the conference prizes are awarded for excellence on projects, of which North Little Rock High School takes a Wildcatls share. rr es' Auto Mechanics officers are Bernie Sanders, John Stricklin, Mike Campbell, Larry Bishop and at right, 1 the machine shop officers are Jerald Bual, Jerry Haynie, David Hooten, David Emhoof, and Danny Holland. Mr. Hastmg, the FTA sponsor, practices what he preaches in benefit of the FTA boys. Another boy works diligently on a com- plicated machine and learns the intricate parts. 125 Chapel leaders are Kay Sowell, Mike Hopkins, and Christy Rodman. 126 Chapel enables all NLRHS students to start the Week off with a devotion and the day with a prayer. Devotions are given by faculty members and students chosen by the chapel leaders. ehapel H - x -J x i sw 13, an , Qimw, - sw' LFAQ -k SQ 1 'aww 149' ,1,, L mu an y ,, i I PQ -1 , ! 7 Q,q,. LW 0 s kv.. L49 5 he cart as ch ieuing 130 131 132 134 135 136 137 138 140 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 152 153 154 155 156 158 159 421: f Student Body Officers DAR Awards Boys-Girls State National Merit Finalists Bausch-Lomb Award Band Officers Trio and Quartet Cheerleaders Color Day Royalty All State Athletes Junior Rotarians Senior Cabinet Student Council All State Band All State Choir Frlendliest National Honor Society Tri Chem Thespians Quill and Scroll Publications Honors Valentine Royalty Dream Boys Special Honors . SQ , A ylesr .:-, V tt,t.n if 9 2 ,HM , ,,: vfaw alan.: .W Lv,'-l ,.,wlz'::.w '--v Q v:ru,?iY aP9M:B'h:- 1 1 .Student goofy Hice ro Mike Reid-President Terry Hartwick-Vice President Lynn Mansfield-Treasurer Mary Jane Ford-Secretary 130 , Kay James DAR Good Citizens are nominated and selected by the faculty. They are chosen on the basis of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism. f .Jiang uf, gg K: t waralo Mike Reid 131 ff""""M'3 . y 4 W- 3 .f.nSh!,Lsf:,,1., eisfhlifiulest ff.3AS,'5-QL 2,.ta1f-4,3 xp. fi Mike Reid John Bakalekos Danny McCork1e Jim Siemon 5 QCM' fif? i X K V iviifizmlsffesss NQNQAN the , John Harrison Presley Melton Bobby Vint Tommy Dew '19 , was ' .ff , . n . 3 X lffb 'AH B111 Burnett John Bangert Dennis Welch George Ray Toy and Q irl S fa fe V0 t 1 Mike Loibner Maurice Graham Instructed in the arts of politics and a demo- cratic government by the age-old school of ex- perience, Boys, and Girls' Staters attend an eight- day camp at Camp Robinson each june. They are sponsored by American Legion auxiliaries and various business establishments. iAE.RlC'i"fln. L 132 Byron Smith Leon Kumpe ,, , . w ' , . John Harrison and Mike Reid show a11 the enthusiasm of Boys' State as they crowd to hear a word from home. Maurice Graham marvels at the contortions of a fellow Boys' Stater. ., . me-ff""""""' W y K kMW5!x'5H aear LJ MANS! 311 64,515 ' Sally Sockwell Lana Strother Kathie Jordan Susie Oswald PU-I ... Ymkguxxas-ans?-, YARMSASZQ Kay James Groverlyn Myers Judy Swaim Letitia Leopard ,Ma IMKQIIWE- 4 KARKQISAS5 . WQNSAS Susan Gazaway Nancy Watson Lynn Mansfield Mary Jane Ford 134 .V rx Carolyn Davison Rick Ault David Ross Jim Siemon Robert Perry Garner Pilgrim Doris Shelton Billy Vest ational me fit Scholaro Mary Jaxie Ford Pat Goss These semi-finalist selections were based on test scores from the NMSQT test, leadership qualities, and extracurricular activities. Jan Toler auocla-fomlv wa rd The Bausch-Lomb Science Award is given by the science teachers to the Senior students who have the most out- standing record during three years in high school. Pat Goss was given first place. William Owens and Diana Johnson were runners-up. 135 , rum a ioro Band Captain: John Harrison Band Lieutenant: Kenny White 136 Drum Majors: Jim Davis, Kathleen Watson Kathie Jordan, Judy Chappell, and Gloria Stafford ' nd no a .ua rtet Johnny Quattlebaum, Brady Gadberry, John Bangert, and Larry Ward 137 Susie Osw Nancy Wat 138 J111 P arker cw ildcat hee rleade ro Gwyn Brinkley Selected by popular vote on the basis of acrobatic and cheering ability in the previous spring, the Wildcat cheer- leaders promote school spirit and team effort. Lolly I-Ierlocker Sue Splawn l Carole Nichols Anne Brinkley e 3 Gloria Head 139 140 Senior Maid Linda Terhune eolor ay 34, Junior Maid Madeline Wolfe WILDCAT ROYALTY ...... is selected from the student body by popular vote. -wfggsfvz, Lf: 'Q . .fm 'X ,: , .2355 Z W ,ft 4 3545 Wildcat Queen Susan Gazaway Sophomore Maid Jan Hawkins Qoya lty E i Wampus Cat Queen Dyanne McM1uskey wwf' X31 f-no Sophomore Maid Debbie Cook A i . , t Senior Maid Rosemary Baker Junior Maid Barbara Hopkins WAMPUS CAT ROYALTY . . . is named by the home- rooms selling the highest percentage of season tickets, ex- cept for the queen, who is runner-up to the Wildcat Queen. 141 I ogll-State ogthleteo Ten of North Little Rook High's most outstanding 'athletes brought home honors by placing on their respective All-State honor tearns. Danny Butler Cross Country Ricky Thurow Leon Kumpe Mike Reid Football Football Football Glenn Bond Tommy Dew Travis Holmes Football Football Football Charles Foehner Bobby Vint Danny Russell Football Basketball Basketball 142 union' Totariano Nine outstanding boys who are student leaders were invited to be guests of the North Little Rock Rotary Club during the year. The nine were chosen by the faculty. Mike Reid Tommy Dew Rickey Colclasure Bobby Vint Pat Goss t t x Warren Blanchard Steve Kilpatrick Byron Smith Billy Vest 143 Elaine Anderson Carole Blount Danny Butler Carol Cave Linda Cotton 1, wi if h ff Sandy Farmer I-Iavanna Gatewood Gary Hargrove Janet Hinkle 'elected by the oenior luomeroomo, the enior ealfinet coordinated all Senior aotioitieo. Karen Hughes Mike L0ibIle!' Y any ,. I I Judy Massery Linda Muncey George Ray Christy Rodman Ronnie Shelby Judy Swaim Shirley Vaught Bobby Weller B111 Wilson N. Ba.ney P. Boyd J. Butler C. Carver T. Dew S. Ketzscher J. Massery L, Muncey C. Rodman R. Thurow L, Davidson G. Hinds J. La.ne R. Weir M. Wolfe J. Hawkins S. Irons J J. Fulton Student eouncil Hiiktgm K' X 1 X - 'WH - 11239 ,. ', ynch S Nickles P Porter A Tarkington B. Blodgett M. Book D. Duke P. Fisher K. Kittle C. Munnerlyn M. Riley P. Tharp Mm. we fx, ,':x:2i's2is-"ev, M, " f.fae.'-:...f.. , . aii u gsfma IW - ' if flff- " , ' Q, ., 55 J , .f P 1" 'X ' ' q 3' ' ' fi 5 5 . ,g S agll-State and and Qrcheotra Seventeen members of the North Little Rock band qualified as members or alter- nates of the All-State Band and Orchestra. Lee Clark Jeannie Diederick kfxw m"" , SL19 Di110r1 Alice E21St Lee Finch Mary Jane Ford Ricky Fraser -an.-qc . 1 f f ef Nfl ' 1 Dona Gillespie Harold Jones Randy Keen Phil McCorkle Britt McCoy , .. , .,ii- M,,.sX.m,,MU.wnn 146 ru? 'YM Y l Mary Nigers Arthur Triesback Roger Wattam Marty Dobbins Marianne Griffe Wfieizxfggggeggf-fro fy,-fe vff- aweewfv'S1:WsswF:,::ff1f4Q ll h ' or O4 ' fate UU' stiiyiin 4 f - 1X S h Y 19190 J fI41OI'iy if - . l l i y Twelve members of the many voiced Wildcat Choirs brought the honor of All- State Choir to NLRHS. They were judged on the tone and quality of their voices at local, district, and state levels. All 12 are at least one year par- ticipants in NLR's widespread music pro- gram. John Bangert Becky Bice Skip Covington Edgar Cox Brady Gadberry J a.n Jackson Kathie Jordan Gloria Stafford Eddie Stewart Emma Kay Stogsdill Judy Swaim Larry Ward . . gfff ff, ,-.,e 147 rie nal lieot Each year the horneroorns select two candidates for friend- liest and the classes vote by ballot for their favorite. The winners are announced on an as- sembly which clirnaices Friendly Week. Senior Girl, Susan Gazaway Senior Boy, Lewie Plummer Junior Girl, Rickey Jo Means Junior Boy, Kenny White Sophomore Girl, Marilyn Book Sophomore Boy, Danny Duke cnational onor ociety Students showing outstanding scholarship, leadership, charac- ter, and service to the school are honored with membership in the National Honor Society. The Society, in turn, has done many things for the school and sponsors the annual March of Dimes drive. Spring 1965 initiates? NHS officers are Billy Vest, Vice Presidentg Kay James, Treasurerg Jo Elaine Butler, Sec- retaryg Brenda McCui.n, Reporter, a.nd Jim Siemon, President. The light of learning 1s passed. Rick Ault Sheila Bland Don Bunch Jo Butler Carolyn Davison Mary Jane Ford Pat Goss Kay James Diana Johnson Judy Massery Brenda McCuin Martha McDonald Groverlyn Myers Susie Oswald William Owens Martha Perrine Christy Rodman Ronnie Shelby Doris Shelton Jim Siemon Brenda Stokes Judy Swaim Billy Vest Dennis Welch 149 'Q "-nv XX V433 13 .- -:asa -- 52 4 f 'Vg Brenda Baldwin John Bangert Paula Boyd Phyllis Brant Tim Bredlow Gwyn Brinkley Sharron Buercklin Sharon Busbea Dana Gillespie Maurice Graham Marianne Griffe Phyllis Harper Janet Hinkle Karen Hughes Martha Jackson Brenda Johnson Linda Mathews Danny McCork1e Linda Muncy Sharon Parker Sherry Pearle Fall 1965 initiates Spring 1966 Initiates Don Rambo Karen Brown George Eugene Staggs Sherry Dollar Lana Strother Sue Lee Carole Blount Becky Bruch L: g Sallie Cline Becky Gentry ' -5 Saundra, Hogins Letitia Leopard Bill Thomas Y Jan Toler Kathleen Watson Linda White '50 'Nw Donna Williford 150 Louise Tompkins Shirley Vaught Spring 1966 Initiates: Britt McCoy Mary Anne Owen Jim Russell Janet Tinkle Nancy Watson Roger Wattam Randy Wensman Richard Williams Jo Anne Young Becky Barron Dan Blackwood Mary Lynn Brejot Anne Brinkley Steve Bryant Pam Bullock Harriet Burns Q S . , X L JS! f' 'er :gag f X .Q ...,. . , KA 'ilh as Lee Davidson Mary Jo Ellington Linda Harrell Greg Hinds Jan Jackson Martha McNeil Kathy Newton Bill Pinkston Tommy Prince Gary Rankin Sharon South Alice Jo Tarkington Martha Dobbins Clarence Ples Gregory Patrick Heilman Ann Hudson Margaret Mayo Barbara Nease Carole Nichols Gwen Porter David Rakestraw Margaret Rozzell Iris Talley Philip Webb rf- V la f 151 ri-Qltem Officers of Tri-Chem are David Rakestraw, Robert Bass, Anne Brinkley, Bill Pinkston and Tommy Prince. ewa rdo og bility Mr. Jack Ward is the sponsor for Tri-Chem Keith Brinkley and Robert Demptster conduct an open-lab experiment at one of the Tri-Chem meetings. Tri-Chem is an honor club for students who are enrolled in Chemistry or have completed a year of Chemistry and who maintain a 'B' average. Tri-C hem encourages the members to maintain and further their interest in the field of Chemistry by performing experiments and listening to profes- sional people lecture. 152 Jim Waters and Kenny Miller check the instructions before continuing their experiment. fheopiano ractice rama gundamentalo Tommy Prince learns to control his emotions in the Thespian play. Below, LeE11a Ratcliff, the villain of the '66 Follies, is also the president of Thespians. Skip Covington and Elaine Anderson, secretary of Thespians had the lead roles in "The Doctor In Spite of Himself." The Thespians is a national club designed for those interested in the dra- matic arts. A member must have in ad- dition to a certain amount of points, a good character, be a willing worker, and dependable. This year the Thespians produced the play 'The Doctor in Spite of Himself '. 153 Secretary Susanne Ketzscher looks on while Pledgemaster George Ray plns the intitiation badge on new member, Jill Parker. Quill and Scroll onoro zap crilfeo Quill and Scroll is an honorary club made up of people who have excelled in the field of journalism. The membership is awarded on the basisofscholarship, leadership, character, and ability. Quill and Scroll is an international organization and the membership is life- long. 154 Treasurer Darla Fewell poses with the Quill and Scroll Handbook. At right, Carolyn Davison, vice president, and Christy Rodman, president stand beneath the Quill and Scroll charter. The new members were inducted at the Journalism banquet last spring which is shown below. ublicationo onoro Sue Lee Miss Publications J eral Howard Mr. Publications -f.' Publications Honors go to the Journalism stu- dents who make the highest contribution to the schoo1's two publications through the sale of adver- tising. Sue Lee took top honors with more than 31,000 in sales. is Linda Muncy Runner- up Sara Smith Runner-up 155 .wiMQM-mwwwfwwmw,mu:wmw.Wwfmmwmesu.,gf,-fbvnswvgsiwmfn vf,,- wf,1,:, -,w.ff:w:.,.',- 1 w-vqmywv k--f w,:u:m4:em,-,,wwf5:zwvrf, oyalt V W 158 Mr. N. L.R.H.S., Tommy Dew ream 'Eoyo The girls in each home room select a candidate for Dream Boy and the three finalists from each grade are presented in the Y-Teen assembly. The sophomore runners-up were Danny Linn and John Mike Weatherford. Junior runners-up were Jimmy Cordell and Jimmy Glover. Senior runners-up to Mr. N.L.R.H.S. were Lewie Plummer and Mike McNeill. Junior Dream Boy Conley Hutto Sophomore Dream Boy Phil Fisher Special gfonoro Gwyn Brinkley Y-Teen Mid-South Girl Executive I Chris Christy Miss Boys' Club Ricky Thurow All American Athlete X XJ fr 2 err 4 .X . 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' Wi g Ricky Thurow President of Senior Class enioro oaccept cpeoponoilsility dd op eafg Of all the Cats we're the picks, We're the class of '66. They are the cream of the kitten Crop, struggling to leave the mother oat, NLRHS, yet half afraid to go. Some will wander aimlessly through a maze of jungles the rest of their lives. Others will have glimpsed their goals darting through the crowded halls, always just out of sight or disappearing around a corner, these wildly- chased shadows never focusing until graduation, when they suddenly become reality. Bobby Vint-Vice President Susan Gazaway-Secretary Prissy Petty-Treasurer 162 My ul Steve L. Aaron Sammy Abraham Sam Thurman Adkins Kay Allen Vicki Allen Alicia Alpizar Elaine Anderson Eugene Anderson Big wheels at the Speakers' Table at the Senior Breakfast. AARON, L. STEVE . . . transfer from Con- way High School . . . ABRAHAM, SAMMY . . . home room president, Concert and March- ing bands, Le Cercle Francais, Publications staff . . . ADKINS, SAM THURMAN . . . track letterman, Color Day escort, home room vice-president, film crew . . . ALLEN, KAY . . . Catettes, PepCats, mon- itor, Wildcat Follies cast, transfer from Jef- ferson City High School, jefferson City, Mis- souri . . . ALLEN, VICKI . . . Future Nurses, All-State Choir, junior and Senior Girls Chorus, Musical Varieties cast, Publications staff, Future Journalists, transfer from Wynne High School . . . ALPIZAR, ALICIA . . . Publications staff . . . ANDERSON, ELAINE . . . leading role in "The Doctor in Spite of Himself", "The Importance of Being Earnest", and "The Ugly Duckling", cast of "The Heiress", Thespians treasurer, Senior Cabinet, Color Day royalty, Wildcat Follies cast, Art Club, Quo Vadis, PepCats, Y-Teens . . . ANDERSON, EUGENE . . . Los Gatos Espanoles . . . '66-.4 163 Timothy Wayne Anderson Lillian Andrews Robert Raymond Ard Rick Ault :Anticipate year of Studieo, oactivitieo ANDERSON, TIMOTHY WAYNE . . . Pub- lications head photographer, Future Journalists, track, football, Theta Science Club. . .ANDREWS, LILLIAN . . . Theta Science Club, Y-Teens, Red Cross . . . ARD, ROBERT RAYMOND . . . AULT, RICK . . . National Merit finalist, Key Club treasurer, National Honor Society, Tri Chem vice-president, Los Gatos Espanoles, monitor, usher for Vespers and Graduation . . . AVERY, MICHAEL G .... Los Gatos Espanoles, Concert and Marching bands . . . BAHIL, BOBBY ED- WARD . . . BAILEY, C. DWIGHT . . . Concert and Marching bands, Wildcat Follies cast . . . BAILEY, GRAHAM WAYNE . . . BAILEY, NADINE DIANE . . . Senior Girls Chorus secretary, Junior Girls Chorus treasurer, Future Homemakers . . . BAKALEKOS, JOHN . . . home room vice- president, Boys State, basketball, track, Publica- tions staff . . . BAKER, ROSEMARY . . . Catettes, Color Day royalty, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, Publications staff, Y-Teens, home room secretary- treasurer . . . BALDWIN, BRENDA JOYCE . . . Le Cercle Francais, Future Business Leaders, Art Club . . . Michael G. Avery Bobby Edward Bahil Dwight C. Bailey Graham Wayne Bailey Nadine Diane Bailey John Bakalekos Rosemary Baker Brenda Joyce Baldwin 64 Anne Ballew Nancy Lynn Baney Robert Melvin Barnett Sandy Kay Barnett Dan Bartlett Thomas William Benight Emma jane Bennett Becky Bice John Charles Bangert Sandy Lee Banning Beverly Barrett BALLEW, ANNE . . . PepCats historian, Y- Teens, Future journalists, Publications staff, Future Homemakers, Red Cross, Quill and Scroll . . . BANEY, NANCY LYNN . . . Student Council, Catettes, PepCats, Y-Teens, Le Cercle Francais, Wildcat Follies cast, Publications staff . . . BANG- ERT, JOHN CHARLES . . . National Honor Soci- ety, Boys State, Key Club, home room president and secretary, Senior Boys Quartet, Le Cercle Francais treasurer, Senior Choir, Theta Science Club, Boys Chorus, Wildcat Follies cast, All-State Choir, cast of "The Heiress" . . . BANNING, SANDY LEE . . . home room treasurer, Future Business Leaders, junior Choir, Future Homemakers . . . BARNETT, ROBERT MELVIN . . . BARNETT, SANDY KAY . . . Pep- Cats, Future Business Leaders . . . BARRETT, BEVERLY . . . Publications art editor, Le Cercle Francais, Art Club reporter, Future journalists, Y-Teens, PepCats, junior Choir . . . BARTHOLMEY, GILLIS . . . PepCat vice-pres- ident, Y-Teens service chairman, delegate to Y- Teen Mid-winter and State Conference, Quill and Scroll, Future journalists, Los Gatos Espanoles, cast of "The Heiress" . . . BARTLETT, DAN . . . Key Club, Le Cercle Francais, Publications staff . . . BENIGHT, THOMAS WILLIAM . . . monitor for Dean of Boys, Future journalists Publications staff . . . BENNETT, EMMA JANE . . . BICE, BECKY . . . Senior Girls Ensemble, Senior Choir secretary, Thespians, Sophomore Glee Club, Junior Choir, Wildcat Follies cast . . . OSOLJ55 Gillis Bartholmey 7 7 165 Ebiocipline Sopho in aye 0 cwildcat will BIGGS, ERSKIN CMACD . . . film crew . . . BIGGS, NINA . . . Art Club, PepCats, Publications staff . . . BIGGS, SHARON . . . Future Business Leaders, PepCats, Junior Choir, Red Cross . . . BISE, JEANICE . . . Future Homemakers . . . BISHOP, LARRY . . . BIVENS, JERRY . . . com- mittee for "The Doctor in Spite of Himself" . . . BLACKWELL, MICHAEL THOMAS . . . pres- ident and vice-president of home room, football, track, Le Cercle Francais, Publications staff . . . BLAINE, JO-ANN SARAH . . . transfer from Wal- ler High School, Chicago, Illinois . . . BLANCH- ARD, W. M .... Junior Rotarian, Bookworms his- torian, Forensic League, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . BLAND, SHIELA . . . National Honor Society, Theta Science Club, Tri Chem, Quo Vadis secre- tary, Marching and Varsity bands . . . BLANTON, PATSY D .... monitor, Future Nurses reporter, Girls Recreation Association, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . BLASINGAME, RONNIE . . . Senior Cabinet, home room treasurer and reporter, Red Cross . . . I-a1'1'Y B1Sh0P jerry B ens Michael Thomas Blackwell Jo Ann Sarah Blaine W M Blanchard Sh ela Bland Patsy Blanton Ronnie Blasingame Jimmy Blevins Sharon Blevins Carole Blount Cynthia Blount Jerry Wayne Boerner Gary Wayne Bolin Floyd Glenn Bond Kenny Bogkout Danny G. Bostic Billy Bowen Paula Boyd Ronnie Bradley BLEVINS, JIMMY . . . BLEVINS, SHARON . . . Future Business Leaders . . . BLOUNT, CAROLE . . . Senior Cabinet, Future Business Leaders, Los GATOS Espanoles, PepCats, monitor, transfer from Nathan Hale High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma . . . BLOUNT, CYNTHIA . . . Future Homemakers, Le Cercle Francais, home room treasurer . . . BOERNER, JERRY WAYNE . . . BOLIN, GARY WAYNE . . . BOND, FLOYD GLENN . . . transfer from Lake Charles, Louisiana . . . BOOKOUT, KENNY . . . BOSTIC, G. DANNY . . . BOWEN, BILLY . . . BOYD, PAULA . . . Na- tional Honor Society, Student Council, home room secretary, Future journalists Wildcat Follies Cast, Quill and Scroll, Tri Chem, Catettes, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles vice-president, usher for Vespers and Graduation, monitor, Publications staff . . . BRAD- LEY, RONNIE . . . L Y L 1 67 Carolyn Davison and Rick Ault model senior rings. BRADY, RICK . . . Forensic League. OBU Invitational Speech Tournament trophy, Thes- pians, home room vice-president, Wildcat Follies cast, Future Journalists, Quill and Scroll, Publications staff . . . BRANCH, RE- BECCA . . . transfer from Little Rock Central High . . . BRANT, PHYLLIS ANN . . . second place award Arkansas Art Exhibition, National Honor Society, Art Club, Los Gatos Espanoles, Future Business Leaders, monitor, home room secretary . . . BRANT, ROBERT CLIFTON . . . BRAT- CHER, JUDY . . . Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, PepCats . . . BREDLOW, TIM . . . Key Club, National Honor Society, transfer from England, Arkansas, High School BRENTS, NELDA . . . home room secre- tary, PepCats, Quo Vadis, Y-Teens, Art Club, Publications staff . . . BREWER, HAROLD . . . Ricky Brady Rebecca Branch Phyllis Ann Brant R0bCl'f Clifton Brant 168 ' s .A Judy Bratcher Tim Bredlow , J , Nelda Brents Benny Ray Briley Marilyn Brisby B. Gwyn Brinkley Keith Gilbert Brinkley Becky L. Brown Glenda F. Brown Jeannie Carrol Brown Karen Sue Brown Rebecca F. Bruch Marcia Brurnmitt Jarel Lee Buell Sharron Buercklin BRILEY, BENNY RAY . . . BRISBY, MAR- ILYN . . . home room vice-president, and treasurer, Art Club, Los Gatos Espanoles, Future Business Leaders, PepCats, Y-Teens . . . BRINKLEY, B. GWYNN . . . Y-Teen Mid-South Executive, Y-Teen city president, Y-Teens treasurer, delegate to Mid- Winter State and Mid-South conferences, Cheer- leader, PepCats, home room secretary and vice-pres- ident, Le Cercle Francais, Junior and sophomore Valentine Royalty. BRINKLEY, KEITH GILBERT . . . home room vice-president, Concert and Marching bands . . . BROWN, BECKY L .... Girls Recreation reporter, Art Club . . . BROWN, GLENDA F. . . . BROWN, JEANNIE CARROL . . . BROWN, KAREN SUE . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Red Cross, Los Gatos Espanoles, Future Business Leaders vice-presi- dent, home room secretary . . . BRUCH, REBECCA F .... Glee Club librarian, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, Quo Vadis, Theta Science Club . . . BRUMMITT, MARCIA . . . Theta Science Club secretary and treasurer, Red Cross president . . . BUELL, JAREL LEE . . . BUERCKLIN, SHARRON . . . National Honor Society, Y-Teens, PepCats, Future Business Leaders, home room treasurer . . . ceee, 7 Y ,Y I 1 69 Donald W. Bunch Tommy Burlison Bill Bllfrleff Laverne Burns Lavonne Burns Joseph Burton Qpeflect :Pride in ehamp ionolt ip f OKOYO BUNCH, DONALD W .... Boys State, Na- tional Honor Society, Key Club secretary, Tri Chem president, Wildcat Follies cast, Theta Science Club vice-president, Los Gatos Espanoles, Le Cercle Francais, head usher for Vespers and Graduation, basketball, track, home room president and treas- urer . . . BURLISON, TOMMY . . . BURNETT, BILL . . . football and basketball, Boys State, home room vice-president . . . BURNS, LAVERNE . . . Future Teachers, Girls Recreation Association vice-president and president, Red Cross . . . BURNS, LAVONNE . . . Girls Recreation Association, Future Teachers, Y- Teens . . . BURTON, JOSEPH . . . BUSBEA, SHARON . . . Future Business Lead- ers, monitor . . . BUSBY, GLEN . . . BUSH, TOMMY . . . . BUTLER, DANNY T .... Senior Cabinet, track, cross-country state winner, AAA state cham- pion . . . BUTLER, JO ELAINE . . . Y-Teens, Pep- Cats, Theta Science Club, Student Council, Future Homemakers, Quo Vadis vice-president, Honor Society secretary . . . BUTLER, JOHNNY . . . Con- cert and Marching bands, Wildcat Follies Cast . . . Sharon Busbea Glen Busby Tommy Bush Danny T. Butler Jo Elaine Butler Johnny Butler 170 Sara Jane Byers Charles Caldwell Steve C. Campbell Anne Cargile Carolyn Carver Carol Cave 23 7 "" 'b" Q -ff' I ' A ff ' Q "1' , I ,Q - I A 'lzxl i f " "H -1 .vf:e:f'3lf fda. - elre Marilyn Cearly Judy Chappell Michael Campbell Shag-on Campbell Linda Carroll Russell John Carter BYERS, SARA JANE . . . Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders, Los Gatos Espanoles, Le Cercle Francais, Future Journalists, home room secre- tary and treasurer, PepCats, Catettes, usher for Vespers and Commencement, Y-Teens, Publications staff . . . CALDWELL, CHARLES . . . CAMPBELL, MICHAEL . . . film crew, Future Tradesmen . . . CAMPBELL, SHARON . . . CAMPBELL, STEVE C .... transfer from El Captain, Lakeside, California . . . CARGILE, ANNE . . . Future Homemakers . . . CARROLL, LINDA . . . Future Homemakers . . . CARTER, JOHN RUSSELL . . . football, track . . . CARVER, CAROLYN . . . Student Council chaplain, Catettes, Wildcat Follies cast, PepCats, Miss Congeni- ality for Pulaski County, Future Journalists, Future Business Leaders, Quill and Scroll, Publications staff . . . CAVE, CAROL . . . home room secretary and treasurer, Senior Cabinet, Wildcat Follies cast, Le Cercle Francais, Y-Teens, PepCats . . . CEARLY, MARILYN . . . Forensic League, Wildcat Follies cast, Thespians, cast of "The Heiress", transfer from Moses Lake High Schol, Moses Lake, Washington . . . CHAPPELL, JUDY . . . Senior Girls Trio, Future Business Leaders, Quo Vadis, Senior Girls Ensemble, All-State Choir, Wildcat Follies cast, Senior and Junior Choirs, cast of "Musical Varieties" . . . F '66 171 Show raciouoneoo, Sha re gleooingo with Gche ro CHRESTMAN, VIOLET GAY . . . PepCats, Le Cercle Francais, Future Business Leaders, Future Teachers, Girls Recreation Association . . . CHRIS- TENSEN, AL K .... Concert and Varsity bands, band property crew and Quartermaster, Marching band, home room vice-president . . . CLARDY, DENNIS . . . CLARK, JAMES RONNY . . . CLARK, NEIL . . . CLARK, RONNIE L. . . . CLINE, SALLIE . . . Forensic League, Girls Recreation Association secretary-treasurer, Pep- Cats, Quo Vadis, Future Teachers, Y-Teens, Red Cross . . . COCHRAN, JANETTE . . . Future Homemakers, Girls Recreation Association . . . COHEN, D. RONALD . . . COLCLASURE, RUDY . . . Future Trademen, film crew . . . COLCLASURE, RICHARD MICH- AEL . . . Boys State Senator, Sophomore Dream Boy, Junior Rotarian, Student Council, home room president, Le Cercle Francais, monitor, football, track, usher for Graduation . . . COLLINS, JEFF . . . Publications staff, Hi Comet managing editor, Thespians, cast of "The Importance of Being Earnest", home room president, monitor for Dean of Boys . . . I Violet Gay Chrestman Al K. Christensen Dennis Clardy James Ronny Clark Neil Clark Ronnie L. Clark Sallie Cline Janette Cochran 1 l I r Ronald D. Cohen Rudy Colclasure Richard Michael Colclasure Y 'K' I 172 Frances Earlene Cook Jackie Cook Ralph Cook Rebecca Ann Cooper Linda Cotton Patsy Cotton Skip Covington Kathleen Crossman COOK, FRANCES EARLENE . . . Sen- ior Choir, PepCats, "Musical Varieties" cast . . . COOK, JACKIE . . . home roorn secretary, Girls Recreation Association, Future Business Leaders, Future Home- makers, monitor . . . COOK, RALPH . . . COOPER, REBECCA ANN . . . Pep- Cats, Quo Vadis, Future Teachers, Y- Teens, Future Nurses, Los Gatos Espano- les, monitor . . . COTTON, LINDA . . . Publications staff exchange editor, Future Journalists, Senior Cabinet, Junior Choir, Glee Club . . . COTTON, PATSY . . . COVINGTON, SKIP . . . Senior Choir president, Los Gatos Espanoles president,, cast of "The Doctor in Spite of Himselfv, Thespians, Senior s S '56 173 enjoy gun o gfoliday Sea con CROW, MYRA LOUELLEN . . . Future Busi- ness Leaders, Junior Choir . . . CRUSE, GARY . . . football, Boys State, home room vice-president . . . CURRY, DAVID A .... CURTIS, JOHNNY M .... Varsity and Marching bands, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . DANIEL, PAT . . . Senior Choir, accompanist for Girls En- semble, "Musical Varieties" cast, Los Gatos Es- panoles song leader, Wildcat Follies cast, Future Homemakers, Glee Club, Y-Teens, Red Cross . . . DAVIS, JIM . . . Head Drum Major, home room treasurer, Concert and Marching bands, Wildcat Follies cast, Publications photographer, Future Journalists . . . DAVIS, CHARLES . . . Marching and Sym- phonic bands, Le Cercle Francais, transfer from Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tennessee . . . DAVIS, JOHN WILLIAM . . . Le Cercle Francais, Future Journalists . . . DAVIS, LARRY . . . Concert and Marching bands . . . DAVISON, CAROLYN . . . National Merit Finalist, Hi Comet editor, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Thespians, Tri Chem, PepCats, leading role in "The Heiress", Future Journalists, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room officer . . . DEETER, JAMES WILLIAM . . . DERRYBERRY, BETTY . . . Hi Comet make-up editor . . . Pat Dan 61 Jim Dav s Charles Davis John William Davis l l Larry Da 15 Carolyn Dav so James William Deeter Betty Derryberry Patricia DeVore Tommy Dew J La Nora Jeanne Diederich Nancy Gail Dillion Sue Dillion Shirley Ann Dixon Joseph A. Donaldson David Donham Alice Dozier Daniel A. Dull Jr. Virginia Rose Dodd Sherry Dollar DEVORE, PATRICIA . . . Senior Choir, Senior Girls Ensemble, Future Homemakers . . . DEW, TOMMY . . . football, Boys State, junior Rotarian, Student Council, Key Club, Friendliest Sophomore, home room president, Mr. NLRHS . . . DIEDERICH, LA NORA JEANNE . . . band librarian, Concert and Marching bands, home room officer, Future Home- makers . . . DILLON, NANCY GAIL . . . Future Business Leaders, usher for Vespers . . . DILLON, SUE . . . Student Director for band, Future journalists, Con- cert and Marching bands, All-State band, Quill and Scroll, District Band, Wildcat Follies orchestra, Le Cercle Francais, home room officer, Future Home- makers . . . DIXON, SHIRLEY ANN . . . Y-Teens, Quo Vadis, Future Nurses, Pep Cats . . . DODD, VIRGINIA ROSE . . . Senior Chorus, junior Chorus . . . DOLLAR, SHERRY . . . Future Teachers, Future Business Leaders, Red Cross, Girls Recreation Association, Bookworms, PepCats, trans- fer from Lonoke High School . . . DONALDSON, JOSEPH A .... football and track . . . DONHAM, DAVID . . . football, track, cross country, home room vice-president and secretary . . . DOZIER, ALICE . . . Publications picture editor, Future Journalists, Art Club . . . DULL, DANIEL A., JR .... film crew head monitor . . . '66 1.75 Alice Faye East Ronnie L. Eastham Norma A, Edmonds Daryel W. Edwards Phillip Ellis David Lee Eltod Sta rt ew ear with irighe eaolutiono EAST, ALICE FAYE . . . Symphonic and Marching bands, Le Cercle Francais, Wildcat Follies orchestra, All Region Band, Future Business Leaders . . . EASTHAM, RONNIE L .... golf . . . EDMONDS, NORMA A .... Art Club . . . EDWARDS, DARYEL W .... ELLIS, PHIL- LIP . . . Theta Science Club, Art Club . . . ELRO'D, DAVID LEE . . . EWING, VINCENT C .... FARMER, SANDRA LEIGH . . . Senior Cabinet, Catettes, Theta Science, Wildcat Follies cast, Y-Teens, home room secretary-treasurer, PepCats, Los Gatos Es- panoles, Varsity and Marching bands, Red Cross, Publications staff . . . FEGERT, TRINA . . . FEWELL, DARLA . . . Catettes captain, Hi Comet managing editor, Thespians, home room secretary, Wildcat Follies cast . . . FINCH, FRED- ERICK LEE . . . Concert and Marching bands, All state Band and Orchestra, band quartermaster, Le Cercle Francais, home room vice-president, orches- tra for "The Heiress", Boys Chorus . . . FINK, JIMMY . . . Vincent C. Ewing Sandra Leigh Farmer Trina Fegert Darla Fewell w N Frederick Lee Finch 176 Jan Finney Joe Luther Fishback James Fisher Charles Edward Foehner Frances Ford Mary Jane Ford Sharon Ford Constance Nancy Formica Bobby Joe Former Jimmy Former Ricky A, Fraser Tommy Frazier FINNEY, JAN . . . home room vice-president, Quo Vadis . . . FISHBACK, JOE LUTHER . . . Quo Vadis, Theta Science Club, home room president . . . FISHER, JAMES . . . monitor . . . FOEHNER, CHARLES EDWARD . . . football captain, Key Club, home room president, Forensic League . . . FORD, FRANCES . . . PepCats, home room treasurer, Bookworms . . . FORD, MARY JANE . . . National Merit Finalist, National Honor Society, V Student Council Secretary, Girls State Auditor, Concert and Marching bands, band librar- ian, All-State Orchestra, director for Wildcat Follies orchestra, delegate to Southern Association of Student Council Convention, Tri Chem treasurer, Le Cercle Francais . . . FORD, SHARON . . . FORMICA, CON STANCE NANCY . . . Wildcat Follies cast, Los Gatos Espano- les, Future Journalists, transfer from Hinsdale Town- ship High School, Hinsdale, Illinois . . . FORTNER, BOBBY JOE . . . football, track, Art Club, Future Business Leaders, home room officer, Red Cross . . . FORTNER, JIMMY . . . ConceH and Marching band . . . FRASER, RICKY A .... Quo,Vadis, Concert and Marching bands . . . FRAZIER, TOMMY . . . 9 -:ls 177 Donna Thompson and Pam Bullock sweat out College Entrance Examination fake qnultituafe of oaptitucle, jute re ot facto FREELAND, LINDA ANITA . . . transfer from Gurdon High School . . . FRENCH, SHARON . . . PepCats, Future Homemakers . . . FURNELL, ALICE DEAN . . . Bookworms, Red Cross . . . GABAN, LEWIS EDWARD . . . GAD- BERRY, BRADY L .... All-State Choir, Senior Boys Quartet, Key Club, home room president, Senior Choir vice-president, band quarter- master, Symphonic and Marching bands . . . GADBERRY, DONNA JEAN . . . Le Cercle Board. , Francais . . . GANN, JAMES . . . Tri Chem, monitor . . . GARDNER, VIRGINIA . . . Senior Choir, Future journalists, junior Girls Chorus . . . Linda Anita Freeland Sharon French Alice Dean Furnell Lewis Edward Gaban 178 Brady L. Gadberry Donna Jean Gadberry James Gilflfl Barbara Garner Larry Alan Garner Barbara Garrett Charlotte Garrett l Havanna Gatewood Mike Garewood Becky Gentry Sue Gibbs J i Rebecca Lou Gibson Donna Louise Giger Kathey Gault Susan Gazaway GARNER, BARBARA . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, home room secretary . . . GARNER, LARRY ALAN . . . National Forensic League vice-president, debate team, tennis, Le Cercle Francais vice-president, Red Cross County Council, home room vice-president . . . GARRETT, BARBARA . . . GARRETT, CHARLOTTE . . . Bookworms sec- retary and treasurer . . . GATEWOOD, HAVANNA . . . Senior Cabinet, Publications staff, Quill and Scroll, Future journalists, Pep Cats, monitor, Future Business Leaders, home room officer . . . GATE- WOOD, MIKE . . . Tri Chem, basketball, home room vice-president, transfer from Norman High School, Norman, Oklahoma . . . GAULT, KATHEY . . . monitor, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, Future Nurses, Quill and Scroll, Future Journalists . . . GAZAWAY, SUSAN . . . Friendliest Senior, junior, and Sophomore, Wildcat Color Day Queen, track royalty, Senior Cabinet, NLR Junior Miss, Girls State, Catettes, PepCats, Y-Teens, Le Cercle Francais, Future Homemakers vice-president, monitor, cast of "The Heiress", home room secretary and treasurer . . . GENTRY, BECKY . . . girls ensemble, Senior Choir, Le Cercle Francais, Future Homemakers, Junior Choir, Glee Club . . . GIBBS, SUE . . . Future Business Leaders, Glee Club, Publications staff, film crew . . . GIBSON, REBECCA LOU . . . Future Business Leaders, Girls Recreation Association, Red Cross . . . GIGER, DON- NA LOUISE . . . Senior Choir, Senior Girls Ensemble, Glee Club, Junior Girls Chorus . . . e 5643... 179 ,- ,Y,Y Dana Gillespie Dona Gillespie GILLESPIE, DANA . . . National Honor Society, Concert and Marching bands, band his- torian, Quo Vadis, Future Homemakers . . . GIL- LESPIE, DONA . . . All-State Band and Orchestra, All-Region Band, Concert and Marching bands, Red Cross, Quo Vadis, Girls Recreation Association . . . GILMER, MARGARET . . . Publications staff GLASS, CHRISTY . . . GORDON, BRENDA . . . Senior Cabinet, monitor, usher for Vespers and Graduation, Publications staff, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room officer, Quill and Scroll, Future Journalists . . . GORMAN, RONNIE . . . Quo Vadis, Theta Science Club, Tri-Chem, Con- cert and Marching bands, monitor . . . GOSS, PAT . . . Harvard Book Award, Na- tional Honor Society, Key Club, National Merit Finalist, Tri Chem, Bausch-Lomb Science Award . . . GOSVENER, MILTON . . . GRAHAM, BOB GRAHAM, MAURICE . . . home room pres- ident, Student Council, Key Club vice-president, football, track, Boys State, National Honor Society . . . GRAUE, CHARLOTTE . . . Future Business Leaders . . . GRAY, JOHN . . . tennis basketball, Future journalists, Publications staff, Quill and Scroll . . . Margaret Gilmer ChristY G19-SS ea r :multitude oi eollege. gnc p re oentativeo Brenda Gordon Ronnie Gorman Pat Goss MUI011 GOSWHCI' Bob Graham Maurice Graham Charlotte Graue John GIHY 180 -l 7-- Brenda Gail Gregg Marianne Griffe Randy Griffith Ronny Griffith John Grise Carolyn Grizzle Charles Gunnar Keith Gunter Marilyn Gwatney Pat Hahn Alene Peggy Guffey Jay Guiltner GREGG, BRENDA GAIL . . . Future Home- makers . . . GRIFFE, MARIANNE . . . National Honor Society, Concert and Marching bands, Los Gatos Espanoles, Future Homemakers . . . GRIFFITH, RANDY . . . Los Gatos Espanoles . . . GRIFFITH, RONNY . . . Los Gatos Espanoles . . . GRISE, JOHN . . . GRIZZLE, CAROLYN . . . Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders . . . GUFFEY, ALENE PEGGY . . . Senior Girls Chorus vice-president, junior Choir, Musical Varie- ties, Future Business Leaders, Red Cross . . . GUILT- NER, JAY . . . Publications head photographer, Future journalists . . . GUNNAR, CHARLES . . . GUNTER, KEITH . . . home room vice-president . . . GWATNEY, MARILYN . . . Y-Teens program chairman, Forensic League, PepCats, Los Gatos Es- panoles, Y-Teen Mid-Winter, state, and Mid-South conferences, home room secretary . . . HAHN, PAT . . . home room treasurer. . . . e'66g.....J 18 7- - -V Qxhilsit falent in gollieo, ether carte HALE, RONALD . . . cross country track team . . . HALL, JAMES EDWARD . . . stage crew, Theta Science Club . . . HALL, DIANA . . . HALL, JOHN . . . transfer from Watertown High School, Watertown, New York . . . HAMIL- TON, LINDA CAROL . . . HAMILTON, CLAY . . . Color Day escort, home room vice-president . . . HAMLETT, CARL . . . Student Council, stage crew, film crew . . . HAMMACK, DONNA LEA . . . PepCats, Theta Science Club, Red Cross, Los Gatos Espanoles, Art Club . . . HANDLEY, SARAH NOEL . . . HANRY, MICHAEL . . . HARGROVE, GARY . . . football, Senior Cabinet, Future Busi- ness Leaders . . . HARLEROAD, JIM . . . Ronald Hale James Edward Hall Diane Hall John Hall Linda Carol Hamilton Clay Hamilton Carl Hamlett Donna Lea Hammack 182 Sarah Noel Handley Michael Hanry Gary Hargrove i 1 7 Douglas Harmon Greg Harmon Phyllis Harper Lloyd Harrill Kathy H211'1'iS011 john Edward Harrison Bobby Harrison Terry Hartwick . . . like Kathie Jordan and Skip Covington . . . and Jo Elaine Butler, Patti Porter and Ricky Thurow. HARMON, DOUGLAS . . . HARMON, GREG . . . HARPER, PHYLLIS . . . National Honor Society, Bookworms, Future Home- makers, usher for Vespers and Graduation . . . HARRILL, LLOYD . . . HARRISON, KATHY . . . junior Choir, Musical Varieties, Future Homemakers, Senior Girls Chorus, home room officer . . . HARRISON, JOHN EDWARD . . . Boys State, band captain, Con- cert and Marching bands, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room president . . . HARRISON, BOBBY . . . HARTWICK, TERRY . . . Student Council vice-president, home room president and vice-president, track, Glee Club vice-president . . . ...1....-.-..-'66.+ 183 :Place even on State feani 33111 HARVEY, DALE E .... HARVILL, SANDY GAIL . . . Future Homemakers, PepCats, Student Council, home room treasurer . . . HAVER, GARY . . . Key Club, Publications assistant sports editor, Quill and Scroll . . . HAY, HENRY . . . HAY, PAULETTE . . . Future Homemakers, home room secretary-treas- urer . . . HAYS, CINDY . . . Y-Teens, Catettes, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room secre- tary and treasurer, Future journalists, Publications staff, Quill and Scroll . . . HEDGECOCK, MIKE . . . stage crew . . . HEERBOTH, ESTHER . . . Future Nurses, Art Club, PepCats, Red Cross, Wildcat Follies proper- ties chairman . . . HELTON, LINDA . . . HENNIS, JERRY WAYNE . . . band quarter- Dale E. Harvey Sandy Gail Harvill Gary Haver Henry Hay master and property crew, Concert and Marching bands . . . HERRICK, FRANCES . . . Art Club, Theta Science Club, Quo Vadis, Arts Center Award, PepCats . . . HERRING, CARMEN . . . Paulette Hay Cindy Hays Mike Hedgecock Esther Marie Heerboth 184 Linda Helton Jerry Wayne Hennis Frances Herrick Linda Sue Hickerson Robert Hicks W, , I i ,4 I. Freddy E. Hill janet Hinkle Steven W. Hitt Mary Jo Hoggard Thomas Hoggard Saundra Hogins Melanie Holaday Steve Holland Carl Holler Kenneth Holman HICKERSON, LINDA SUE . . . HICKS, ROB- ERT . . . HILL, FREDDY E .... home room president and vice-president, track . . . HINKLE, JANET . . . National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders, Girls Recreation Associa- tion, Y-Teens, Senior Cabinet, home room secretary and treasurer, usher for Vespers and Graduation . . . HITT, STEVEN W .... Junior Dream Boy, Friend- liest Junior, Le Cercle Francais, home room president and vice-president, Future Journalists, Publications staff . . . HOGGARD, MARY JO . . . Future Home- makers, Bookworms vice-president . . . HOGGARD, THOMAS G .... HOGINS, SAUNDRA . . . president of Federation XIII Future Homemakers, Future Homemakers president at NLRHS, home room secretary and treasurer, PepCats, Le Cercle Francais, Thespians, Y-Teens, cast of "The Heiress" . . . HOLADAY, MELANIE . . . Y-Teens, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, Thespians, Publica- tions advertising manager . . . HOLLAND, STEVE . . . football, home room president, track . . . HOLLER, CARL . . . Concert, Varsity, and Marching bands, Boys Chorus, Future Business Leaders, monitor . . . HOLMAN, KEN- NETH . . . -A e '66 -L 185 Tenet Qleuen cnational merit inalioto HOLMES, TRAVIS DEAN . . . Football, home room vice-president and treasurer . . . HOLT, BRENDA . . . home room secretary, monitor, Marching band . . . HOLT, GLENDA . . . Future Business Leaders, PepCats . . . HOLT, SANDY . . . HOOPER, M. MICHAEL . . . Red Cross . . . HOOTEN, DAVID . . . HOPKINS, MIKE . . . Chapel Club chaplain, Student Council, Quo Vadis, home room president, Q usher for Vespers and Graduation, tennis, Color Day escort, track . . . HORNECKER, ANDY . . . HOSKINS, C. B., JR .... Theta Science Club, Art Club president, Red Cross County Council . . . HOUSE, LINDA KAY . . . Future Business Leaders, Girls Recreation Association, Future jour- nalists, home room treasurer, Publications staff, Quill and Scroll, monitor . . . HOWARD, JERAL Travis Dean Holmes Brenda Holt Glenda Holt Sandy Holt . . . Mr. Publications, Future journalists, Publica- tions staff . . . HOWARD, LINDA KAY . . . Future Homemakers . . . M. Michael Hooper David Hooten Mike Hopkins Andy Hornecker 186 C, B, Hggking Jr, Linda Kay House jeral Howard E Karen Hughes PCSSY Hughes Janice Diane Hunthrop Alice Ann Hurn Marsha Lee Huston RiChHl'd ICC Martha Anne Jackson Kay Louise James Brenda Johnson Diane Lynn Johnson Sandra Jackman Helen Jackson HUGHES, KAREN . . . Senior Cabinet, Senior Choir, Senior Girls Ensemble, Future Business Lead- ers, Junior Choir, National Honor Society . . . HUGHES, PEGGY . . . Quo Vadis, Future Nurses . . . HUNTHROP, JANICE DIANE . . . HURN, ALICE ANN . . . Future Homemakers, Senior and Junior Choirs . . . HUSTON, MARSHA LEE . . . Future Homemakers, PepCats . . . ICE, RICHARD . . . Marching band . . . JACKMAN, SANDRA . . . Future Homemakers . . . JACKSON, HELEN . . . Future Homemakers, Le Cercle Francais, Junior Choir treasurer, Senior Choir . . . JACKSON, MARTHA ANNE . . . Future Nurses treasurer, Quo Vadis, Red Cross, National Honor Society . . . JAMES, KAY LOUISE . . . DAR Good Citizen- ship Award, National Honor Society, Girls State, Los Gatos Espanoles president, National Forensic League, Tri Chem, Theta Science Club, home room secretary and vice-president, Pep Cats, Y-Teens . . . JOHNSON, BRENDA . . . Future Business Leaders president, Y- Teens, home room treasurer . . . JOHNSON, DIANA LYNN . . . National Honor Society, Catettes, Hi Comet assistant editor, Quill and Scroll, Tri Chem, Future Journalists, Los Gatos Espanoles, Bookworms, Y-Teens, PepCats, Bausch-Lomb Award runner-up, home room secretary ppppp Q ,66 , 187 cwildcato Qnjoy falent on the will JOHNSON, GLORIA ANN . . . JOHN- SON, LORA JUNE . . . Future Business Lead- ers . . . JOHNSON, ROBERT T .... home room president, Quo Vadis . . . JOHNSON, VICKI . . . Future Business Leaders secretary . . . JONES, DEBORAH . . . Future Business Leaders, transfer from Little Rock Central High . . . JONES, DENZIL G. ' ' ' JONES, GEORGE DELTON. . . JONES, GEORGE DONALD . . . football, track . . . . . . like listening to the Senior Boy's Quartet. Gloria Ann Johnson Lora June Johnson Robert T. Johnson Vicki Johnson Deborah Jones Denzil G. Jones George Delton Jones 188 Harold Jones Janis Jones Leslie Jones Tommy Wayne Jones Vicki Jones Brenda Jordan Lee Justice Jack Allen Keathley B. Jack Keeling, Jr. Randy Keen Kathleen Jordan Al W. Josephs JONES, HAROLD . . . band student director, Senior Cabinet, All-State Band, All-State Choir, Wild- cat Follies orchestra, Musical Varieties cast . . . JONES, JAMES . . . Future Homemakers, Pep- Cats . . . JONES, LESLIE . . . Future Business Leaders, PepCats, Future Homemakers . . . JONES, TOMMY WAYNE . . . JONES, VICKI . . . Senior Choir, Senior Girls Ensemble, Wildcat Follies cast, Future Business Leaders, Junior Girls Chorus, PepCats, home room vice-president . . . JORDAN, BRENDA . . . Marching band, PepCats . . . JORDAN, KATHLEEN . . . Senior Girls Trio, Senior Girls Ensemble, Senior Choir, Wildcat Follies, Junior Choir president, Glee Club president, Student Council, Le Cercle Francais, Girls State, Thespians . . . JOSEPHS, AL W .... JUSTICE, LEE . . . Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, monitors . . . KEATHLEY, JACK ALLEN . . . stage manager for "The Importance of Being Earnest", Theta Science Club, Thespians, home room president and vice-pres- ident . . . KEELING, B. JACK . . . Concert and March- ing bands . . . KEEN, RANDY . . . All State Band, All-Region Band, Concert and Marching bands, win- ner in Art Awards . . . i1i '66-...- 189 Show cplenty of School Spirit reuidence KELLER, JERRY . . . KELLY, CAROLYN . . . Red Cross, Glee Club, Junior and Senior Girls Chorus, Future Business Leaders, Girls Recreation Association, PepCats . . . KENNEDY, JOHN B., JR .... Future Tradesmen . . . KETZSCHER, SUSANNE . . . Catettes, Stu- dent Council, Quill and Scroll, Publications staff, Y-Teens, PepCats, Thespians . . . KILPATRICK, STEVE . . . National Forensic League president, OBU Invitational Speech Tournament trophy, Junior Rotarian, Tri Chem, Quo Vadis, cast of "The Heiress' . . . KING, KAY . . . Musical Var- ities cast, Future Business Leaders, Future Home- makers, Junior Choir . . . KIRKLIN, TRACY J .... Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, PepCats, monitor, Senior Choir . . . KIRKPATRICK, PEGGY . . . home room treasurer, transfer from Arlington Heights High School, Ft. Worth, Texas . . . KOOMS, BECKY . . . KORTE, DONNA GAYLE 1. . . Quill and Scroll, Future Homemakers, Future Journalists, Publications staff . . . KUMPE, LEON WALTER . . . Key Club, football, basketball, Le Cercle Francais, Boys State, home room president . . . KUYKENDALL, ALAN . . . Tri Chem, Red Cross .l 91' 1' Y Keller Carolyn Kelly John B. Kennedy, Jr. Susanne Ketzscher Steve Kilpaffifk KHY King Tracy J. Kirklin Peggy Kirkpatrick Becky Kooms Donna Gayle Korte Legg Walter Kumpe 190 K I KWXQ Dianna Langley Jan Lankford Jean Lankford Sue Lee Letitia Leopard Linda Lewis Danny Linn Dewanna Kay Lipscomb orothy Barbara Patricia Logsdon Michael T- Loibner Steve Lewis Ronnie Liles LANGLEY, DIANNA . . . Glee Club, Future Homemakers, Junior Choir, Future Business Leaders, Senior Choir, Senior Girls Ensemble, Musical Varie- ties cast, Wildcat Follies cast . . . LANKFORD, JAN . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers . . . LANKFORD, JEAN . . . Red Cross, Future Nurses, PepCats, Future Journalists, Senior Girls Chorus secretary, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff . . . LEE, SUE . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Home- makers, Bookworms, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room secretary, Miss Publications, Quill and Scroll, Future journalists, Publications staff . . . LEOPARD, LET- ITIA. . . Y-Teens, PepCats, Catettes, home room secre- tary, Student Council, Future Homemakers, Los Gatos Espanoles, Girls State Chief Justice, Wildcat Follies cast . . . LEWIS, LINDA . . . Varsity band, band pub- licity manager . . . LEWIS, STEVE . . . LILES, RONNIE . . . LINN, DANNY1 . . LIPSCOMB, DEWANNA KAY . . . Publications staff . . . LOGSDON, DOROTHY BARBARA PATRICIA . . . Publications picture editor, assistant exchange editor . . . LOIBNER, MICHAEL T. . . . football, Senior Cabinet, home room vice-president, Boys Chorus . . . 0 66 191 Vicki Ann Love Linda Marlene Loy W ,Q ,, Sandra Jane Lubker Sharon Kay Lumm Weldon Lybarger Lynn Mansfield LOVE, VICKI ANN . . . Future Business Lead- ers, PepCats, Girls Recreation Association, Y- Teens, Red Cross, usher for Vespers and Gradua- tion exercises . . . LOY, LINDA MARLENE . . . PepCats, Student Council, Wildcat Follies cast, home room treasurer, Le Cercle Francais, Future Business Leaders vice-president . . . LUBKER, SANDRA JANE . . . Le Cercle Francais . . . LUMM, ,SHARON KAY . . . transfer from Nowata, Oklahoma, High School . . . LYBARGER, WELDON . . . Key Club, Marching band . . . MANSFIELD, LYNN . . . Student Council treas- urer, delegate to Southern Student Council conven- tion, OBU Invitational Speech Tournament trophy, Girls State, Catettes, PepCats, Forensic League treasurer, Thespians, Y-Teens, Wildcat Follies cast, Future Journalists, Quo Vadis, Marching band, Quill and Scroll, Publications staff . . . MASSERY, JUDY . P. . National Honor Society, Student Council, Senior Cabinet, Forensic League secretary, Tri Chem secretary, OBU Invita- tional Speech Tournament trophy, Catettes, Pep- Cats, Quo Vadis, Y-Teens, Wildcat Follies cast, home room vice-president and secretary, Thespians . . . MATHEWS, ALICE MAE . . . Future Home- makers, Future Nurses . . . MATHEWS, LINDA SUE . . . National Honor Society, Art Club secre- tary, Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, Le Cercle Francais . . . MATTHEWS, CHERYL . . .,PepCats, home room secretary A. . . MATTHEWS, DRENDA . . . Senior Choir, Future Business Leaders, Junior Girls Chorus, Musical Varieties cast . . . MATTHEWS, PATRICIA . . . Y-Teens, Thespians, Future Home- makers, Quill and Scroll, Future Journalists . . . Judy Maggefy Alice Mae Mathews Linda Sue Mathews Che1'Y1 Matthews Drenda Matthews Patricia Matthews 192 I li Warren Mauldin jimmy Mayfield Teena Helen McBride Louise Melinda McCarty William Edward McClain Dyanne McCluskey Charles Bill McCord Danny Wayne McCorkle c,Baclz zeamo in Qach cwildcato .Sport MAULDIN, WARREN . . . MAY- FIELD, JIMMY . . . monitor . . . MCBRIDE, TEENA HELEN . . . Future Business Lead- ers, Future Homemakers . . . MCCARTY, LOUISE MELINDA . . . Future Nurses, Future Homemakers, home room treasurer . . . MCCLAIN, WILLIAM EDWARD . . . MCCLUSKEY, DYANNE . . . Color Day Royalty, Red Cross, PepCats, Y-Teens, Future journalists, Art Club, Publications assistant art editor, transfer from Overton High School, Memphis . . . MCCORD, CHARLES BILL . . . stage crew, usher for Vespers service . . . MCCORKLE, DANNY WAYNE . . . Boys State, film crew head monitor, National Honor Society . . . I '66 , E 1 93 Britt McCoy Brenda McCuin Marty McDonald Veirlone G. McGinty Kenneth Mclntosh Norma Jean McMorris enioro cwrite, Qewrite fhooe enior fhemeo MCCOY, BRITT . . . All State Band, All- Region Band, home room president, Thespians, wind ensemble, Wildcat 'Follies cast, Boys Chorus, Los Gatos Espanoles, Concert and Marching bands . . . MCCUIN, BRENDA . . . National Honor Society, Student Council, home room secretary, Future Journalists, Quill and Scroll, Publications staff . . . MCDONALD, MARTY . . . National Honor Society, Future Teachers president, home room treasurer, Quo Vadis, PepCats, monitor . . . MCGINTY, VEIRLONE G .... MCINTOSH, KENNETH . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, monitor . . . MCMORRIS, NORMA JEAN . . . Future Business Leaders, home room vice-president . . . MCNEILL, MIKE E .... Thespians, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room vice-president, cast of "The Doctor in Spite of Himself", Wildcat Follies cast, National Forensic League . . . MCPHERSON, RICKY . . . Publications staff, Future Journalists, . . . MELTON, PRESLEY . . . Key Club, Quo Vadis, Boys State, Concert and Marching bands, home room vice-president . . . MENZIES, JOHN KARL . . . transfer from Latymer Grammar School, Edmonton, London, England . . . MILLER, ALAN G .... Future Busi- ness Leaders . . . MILLER, CAROLYN J .... Future Business Leaders, Y-Teens . . . Mike E. McNeill Ricky McPherson Presley Melton John Karl Menzies 1 Alan G. Miller w 194 Sharon Lynn Miller Arlys K. Montford Ken Moran Ronnie Morris Carolyn Marie Mueller Linda Muncy Marion Geraldine Neal Georgia M. Newcomb Donna Nicholas Jim Nichols Lloyd D. Murray jr. Groverlyrl MY'-ffs MILLER, SHARON LYNN . . . Future Home- makers . . . MONTFORD, ARLYS K .... Thespians . . . MORAN, KEN . . . MORRIS, RONNIE . . . Le Cercle Francais, Art Club . . . MUELLER, CAROLYN MARIE . . . Pep- Cats, Le Cercle Francais, Red Cross, Future Business Leaders, Y-Teens, Bookworms . . . MUNCY, LINDA . . . Student Council, Senior Cabinet, National Honor Society, Color Day Royalty, Y-Teens president, Val- entine Queen, Miss Publications runner-up, Le Cercle Francais, Marching band, PepCats, Future Journal- ists, Publications staff, Quill and Scroll . . . MURRAY, LLOYD, JR .... MYERS, GROVER- LYN . . . Theta Science Club president, Girls State, Future Homemakers vice-president, Girls Recreation Association historian, Tri Chem, National Honor Society, Red Cross, Quo Vadis, Future Nurses, Pep- Cats, Y-Teens . . . NEAL, MARION GERALDINE . . . Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, junior Choir, Senior Girls Chorus, Musical Varieties cast . . . NEWCOMB, GEORGIA M .... NICHOLAS, DONNA . . . Future Homemakers, Bookworms, Jun- ior Choir, monitor . . . NICHOLS, JIM . . . Concert and Marching bands, home room president, Key Club, Future Business Leaders, Future Journalists, Theta Science Club, Wildcat Follies cast, Quill and Scroll, Publications staff . . . 195 v Ronald Lee Nichoalds Garry Norman Martha Suzanne Oswald Leon Edward Ouzts Joe Owen Mary Anne Owen 'Beg in fattle to Q omlsat Spring geuer NICHOALDS, RONALD LEE . . . football, home room vice-president and treasurer, Future Business Leaders, Thespians . . . NORMAN, GARRY . . . Publications Staff, Future journalists . . . OSWAIJD, MARTHA SUZANNE . . . Wildcat Editor, Quill and Scroll, Cheerleader captain, Na- tional Honor Society, Student Council, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room treasurer, Tri Chem, Catet- tes . . . OUZTS, LEON EDWARD . . . OWEN, JOE . . . transfer from Fauquier High School, Warren- ton, Virginia . . . OWEN, MARY ANNE . . . Wild- cat editor, Quill and Scroll, Quo Vadis, Red Cross, home room vice-president and secretary, Future Nurses . . . OWEN S, DWAYNE . . . home room vice-pres- ident, Future Business Leaders, Red Cross . . . OWENS, WILLIAM . . . National Honor Society, Key Club, Tri Chem, Los Gatos Espanoles, Bausch- Lomb Award runner-up . . . PADGETT, CARO- LYN . . . Future Homemakers, transfer from jack- sonville High School . . . PALASACK, CHARLES WAYNE . . . Future Tradesmen . . . PARKER, CATHERINE JILL . . . Cheerleader captain, PepCats, Wildcat Follies cast, Publications staff, home room secretary . . . PARKER, LARRY DEAN . . . Dwayne Owens William Owens Carolyn Padgett Charles Wayne Palasack Catherine jill Parker ' 196 A Sharon Parker Sherry Pearle Roy Albert Peck John Gary Peeler Marsha Perrine Robert Perry Wayne Phillips Jimmy Pierce Garner Wesley Pilgrim Lonnie D. Pittman it Denise Ann Peterson Priscilla Jane Petty PARKER, SHARON . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats, Quill and Scroll, Tri Chem, Theta Science Club, Publications staff . . . PEARLE, SHERRY . . . Thespians, National Honor Society, PepCats, Future journalists, Future Business Leaders, Quo Vadis, home room vice-president, Glee Club treasurer, Quill and Scroll, Publications staff . . . PECK, ROY ALBERT . . . PEELER, JOHN GARY . . . Los Gatos Espanoles . . . PERRINE. MARSHA . . . Future Business Leaders historian, National Honor Society, Y-Teens, Red Cross . . . PERRY, ROBERT . . . National Merit Finalist, National Honor Society, Key Club, Tri Chem, track, home room secretary . . . PETERSON, DENISE ANN . . . Thespians, Pep- Cats, Future journalists, Future Business Leaders, Y- Teens, home room treasurer, bookstore monitor, Quill and Scroll, Publications staff . . . PETTY, PRISCILLA JANE . . . Senior Class treasurer, Quill and Scroll, Wildcat editor, Y-Teens, PepCats, Quo Vadis, Future journalists president, home room secretary Thes- pians, usher for Graduation . . . PHILLIPS, WAYNE . . . Concert and Marching bands, band officer . . . PIERCE, JIMMY . . . PILGRIM, GARNER WESLEY . . . National Merit Finalist, Key Club, Thespians, Forensic League, home room president . . . PITTMAN, LON N IE D .... Future Tradesmen vice- president, Thespians, Wildcat Follies cast, home room treasurer . . . L , , es... 197 Girls drink and blink in the early hour of the first Senior Breakfast. Qnjoy elaoo Szellowoltip and good PITTS, LINDA ANN . . . Future Busi- ness Leaders, Red Cross, Girls Recreation Association . . . PLUMMER, LEWIE . . . football, Boys State, Friendliest Senior Boy, usher for Vesper Service . . . PORTER, MARY LOUISE . . . PRICE, KATHY VIANN . . . PUGH, PAM . . . PepCats, Quo Vadis, Thespians, Senior Cabinet, home room treasurer, Y- Teens, Wildcat Follies cast . . . QUATTLE- BAUM, JOHNNY . . . Senior Boys Quartet Senior Choir, transfer from Central High Little Rock . . . RAINEY, DONNA RUTH . . . Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, Pep- Cats, Art Club . . . RAMBO,i'DON . . . golf team, Key Club, 'Tri Chem, Le Cercle Francais . . . 7 7 Linda Ann Pitts Lewie Plummer Mary Louise Porter Kathy Viann Price Pam Pugh johnny Quattlebaum Donna Ruth Rainey 198 George Ray Rita Reagan Dyanne Reasoner Jimmy Dywane Redd James L. Redman Mike Reid Paul Edward Rice Evan A. Ridlon Sally J. Riggs Don Michael Risher Linda Kay Richards Henry Rice RAY, GEORGE . . . Boys State, Publications sports editor, football, Senior Cabinet, home room president and vice-president, Quill and Scroll pledge- master . . . REAGAN, RITA . . . REASONER, DYANNE . . . Art Club, Future Business Leaders . . . REDD, JIMMY DWAYNE . . . Le Cercle Francais . . . REDMAN, JAMES L .... football, Senior Cabinet . . . REID, MIKE . . . Student Council presi- dent, Boys state, football, Junior Rotarian, home room president, DAR Good Citizenship award . . . RICHARDS, LINDA KAY . . . Future Business Leaders, Red Cross . . . RICE, HENRY . . . RICE, PAUL EDWARD . . . RIDLON, EVAN A .... Theta Science Club, Le Cercle Francais . . . RIGGS, SALLY J .... director and choreographer for Wildcat Follies, Senior Choir, Junior Choir historian, Glee Club, Le Cercle Francais, Catettes, PepCats, home room officer . . . RISHER, DON MICHEAL . . . Le Cercle Francais president, monitor . . . 7664. 199 eacl Studento in Ted erooo qnemlve rohip i ROBBINS, VAN . . . Marching band . . . ROBERSON, KENNETH RAY . . . ROBERT- SONJIM . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, managing editor for Hi Comet . . . RODMAN, CHRISTY LEA . . . Hi Comet editor, Senior Cabinet, Catettes, Chapel co-leader, Wildcat Follies cast, National Honor Society, Stu- dent Council, Key Club sweetheart, Quill and Scroll president . . . ROGERS, GRIFFIN MICH- AEL . . . Le Cercle Francais . . . ROSS, DAVID W. . . . National Merit finalist, Tri Chem Society . . . ROWE, LAURA ANN . . . Future Business Leaders, transfer from Little Rock Central High . . . RUSSELL, DANNY . . . basketball, home room vice-president, Future Business Leaders . . . RUSSELL, FRANK . . . Van Robbins Kenneth Ray Roberson Jim Robmson Chfisfy Lea Rodman RUSSELL, JIM . . . Band quartermaster, Var- sity and Marching bands, Key Club, Quo Vadis . . . RUSSELL, KAREN . . . Musical Varieties cast, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . SALKELD, GINGER LEE . . . Future Business Leaders . . . Griffin Michael Rogers David W. Ross Laura Ann Rowe Danny Russell Frank Russell Jim Russell Karen Russell OO W P was f, , W ' -as. Bernie Sanders Janis Marle Sanders Tommy R. Sawyer joey Scarborough 2 Sharon Segalla Peggy Sharp Rand Shireman Freddie Short james Ralph Siemon Eddie Simpson Ronnie Shelby Doris Shelton SANDERS, BERNIE . . . home roorn secretary and treasurer . . . SANDERS, JANIS MARIE . . . SAWYER, TOMMY R .... Stage crew, Future Busi- ness Leaders . . . SCARBOROUGH, JOEY . . . SEGALLA, SHARON . . . Publications staff . . . SHARP PEGGY . . . Senior Choir, Senior Girls Ensemble Future Homemakers . . . SHELBY, RONNIE . . . Key Club president, National Honor Society, Tri Chem, home room pres- ident, Senior Cabinet, Boys State . . . SHELTON, DORIS . . . National Merit finalist, National Honor Society, Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats, Red Cross . . . SHIREMAN, RAND . . . Thespians, Future Teach- ers, home room officer, cast of "The Doctor in Spite of Himself", Wildcat Follies cast, Publications staff, cast of "The Heiressu, Quill and Scroll, Future journalists . . . SHORT, FREDDIE . . . SIEMON, JAMES RALPH . . . National Honor Society president, Key Club, home room president and vice-president, usher for Graduation, Boys State, Tri chem, golf team, Los Gatos Espanoles vice-president . . . SIMPSON, EDDIE . . . Theta Science Club, Le Cercle Francais 9 3 -'66-J 201 SMITH, CECIL BYRON III . . . Boys State, Junior Rotarian, Tri Chem, Le Cercle Francais, Student Council, Concert and Marching bands, home room vice-president . . . SMITH, DONNA . . . SMITH, JANE . . . SMITH, PAM . . . Student Council, Catettes, PepCats, usher for Graduation, Quo Vadis, home room president and secretary . . . SMITH, SARA . . . Y-Teens vice-president, delegate to Y-Teens Mid-winter, state and Mid-South conferences, Pep- Cats, Concert and Marching bands, Future journ- alists, Quill and Scroll, Los Gatos Espanoles, cast of "The Heiress", Miss Publications runner-up, Publications staff . . . SOCKWELL, SALLY ANN . . . Girls State, Wildcat Follies cast, Art Club treasurer, Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats, Publica- tions staff cartoonist . . . SOUHEAVER, SHARON . . . Le Cercle Francais, home room president . . . SOWELL, DONNA KAY . . . Senior Choir, Senior Girls En- semble, junior Choir, home room vice-president, Glee Club vice-president, Future Homemakers, Chapel club . . . SPRINGER, DORIS E .... Future Homemakers Junior Degree, Future Nurses, Art Club, Red Cross . . . STAFFORD, GLORIA . . . Senior Girls Trio, Senior Girls Ensemble, Senior Choir, Musical Var- ities cast, Wildcat Follies cast, Future Nurses vice-president, Future Homemakers, Junior Choir, Glee Club . . . STAGGS, GEORGE EUGENE . . . National Honor Society, Key Club, Theta Science Club, Tri Chem, Boys Chorus . . . STAGGS, ROS- ALEE . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Student Council, Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders, home room treasurer . . . Sharon Souheaver Donna Kay Sowell George Eugene Staggs Paul Steadman Cathy Steelman john Robert Stephens Alice Stewart Eddie Stewart Tommy Stiffler Payne Stiles Brenda Stokes . the tremendous performance Mike McNeil and Skip Cov- gton in "The Doctor in Spire Himself" . . . Sally Rigg's in- nparable dancing . . . ive cpe rformanceo ear cproieooional in .uality STEADMAN, PAUL . . . STEEL- MAN, CATHY . . . Glee Club, junior Girls Chorus, Theta Science Club, bookstore monitor . . . STEPHENS, JOHN ROBERT . . . STEWART, ALICE . . . monitor, Le Cercle Francais secretary, PepCats, Future Business Leaders, Y-Teens . . . STEWART, EDDIE . . . All-State Choir, Boys Chorus, Senior Choir . . . STIFFLER, TOMMY . . . STILES, PAYNE . . . home room president . . . STOKES, BRENDA . . . National Honor Society, Bookworms .-.-............ 56.4.1 203 Danny Stone Theresa Story Charles Stricklin Johnny Stricklin 'Begin cplanning Qor elaoo Activities STONE, DANNY . . .Future Tradesmen . . . STORY, THERESA . . . Senior Girls Ensemble, Senior Choir, Junior Girls Chorus, Glee Club, Le Cercle Francais, PepCats . . . STRICKLIN, CHARLES . . . film crew head monitor . . . STRICKLIN, JOHNNY . . . Future Trades- men . . . STROTHER, CECELIA . . . Student Council, Le Cercle Francais, Future Business Lead- ers, PepCats, Y-Teens . . . STROTHER, LANA . . . Catettes, PepCats, Girls State, Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, Los Gatos Espanoles, National Honor Society, monitor . . . SWAIM, JUDY ELIZABETH . . . Girls State, National Honor Society, Senior Cabinet, Future Business Leaders state secretary, Senior Choir, Senior Girls Ensemble, All-State Choir, PepCats, Red Cross, Le Cercle Francais . . . SWANN, CHERYL . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Los Gatos Es- panoles, Future Homemakers, Art Club, Future Journalists . . . TAYLOR, EDDIE . . . Key Club, Theta Science Club, Quo Vadis, Marching band . . . TAYLOR, JAMES G .... TAYLOR, LYLA . . . PepCats, Future Journalists, Junior Choir librarian, Quill and Scroll, home room secretary, Future Homemakers . . . TAYLOR, RONDA . . . Cecelia Strother Lana Strother .lUdY Elizabeth Swaim ChefYl Swann I 204 Eddie Taylor James G. Taylor Lyla TaY10f i Edward Tennyson Linda Lee Terhune Thurman D. Thatcher Brenda Gail Thomasson Bill Thomas Judy Thomas Mike Thompson Richard H. Thurow Joanne Thurston Janet Tinkle Eddie Thompson Mary Beth Thompson TENNYSON, EDWARD . . . home room vice- president . . . TERHUNE, LINDA LEE . . . Catettes, PepCats president, Y-Teens chaplain and secretary, Color Day Royalty, Wildcat Follies cast, Le Cercle Francais, delegate to Mid-winter, State, and Mid- South Y-Teens conferences, home room officer . . . THATCHER, THURMAN D .... THOMASSON, BRENDA GAIL . . . Varsity and Marching bands, Concert band librarian, Quo Vadis, Girls Recreation Association . . . THOMAS, BILL . . . Key Club, Future Journalists, Publications Staff assistant editor and cartoonist, Boys State, Los Gatos Espanoles, Bookworms . . . THOMAS, JUDY . . . PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . THOMPSON, EDDIE . . . THOMPSON, MARY BETH . . . THOMPSON, MIKE . . . Theta Science Club, Tri Chem . . . THUROW, RICHARD H .... Senior Class president, football, track, Le Cercle Francais, Student Council, home room president . . . THURSTON, JOANNE . . . Art Club, Publications staff, transfer I from Fairbury High School, Fairbury, Nebraska . . . TINKLE, JANET . . . Red Cross, Quill and Scroll, Le Cercle Francais, Future Homernakers, Publica- tions Staff assistant business manager . . . . 'gig-in' -or inal fap of 'space TOLER, JAN IVA . . . National Merit finalist, J National Honor Society, Los Gatos Espanoles, Janiva Toler Ca,01A,mTmey Thespians . . . TILLEY, CAROL ANN . . . Glee Club, Junior Choir, Future Homemakers . . . TOMPKINS, LAURIE . . . National Honor Soci- ery . . . TOOMBS, BONNIE JEAN . . . Senior Girls Chorus, Junior Girls Chorus, Glee Club, Future Homemakers . . . TRICKEY, DONALD E. . . . home room vice-president, Quo Vadis, football, track, Student Council . . . TRUSTY, MIKE . . . TUCKER, DIAN . . . home room treasurer, Art Club, Future Homemakers, Future Business Lead- ers, Y-Teens, Girls Recreation Association . . . TUCKER, DON . . . TURNER, JOYCE . . TURNER MARY JOHN . . . PepCats, Cat- ettes, Le Cercle Francais, Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders, monitor, home room secretary . . . TURN- ER, ROBERT . . . TYLER, PHYLLIS . . . Book- worms . . . TUCKER, DON . . . Le Cercle Francais, Y- Teens, Future Business Leaders, monitor, home room secretary . . . TURNER, ROBERT . . . TYLER, PHYLLIS . . . Bookworms . . . Laurie Tompkins Bonnie Jean Toombs Donald E. Trickey Mike Trusty Dian Tucker Don Tucker Joyce Turner Mary John Turner RObC1'l Turner 206 Alma Marie Valentine Lynne Vandegfiff Shirley Ann Vaught Nancy Vaughan I 1? Anna Marie Veach Donna Sharon Venable Roger P- Vefsef Bill Vest Deborah Vest Bobby Vin! Charles Gregory Vint Gilda Dale Vim VALENTINE, ALMA MARIE . . . Red Cross, home room treasurer, Future Business Leaders, Pep- Cats, Future Homemakers . . . VANDEGRIFT, LYNNE . . . Varsity and Marching bands, Future Homemakers . . . VAUGHT, SHIRLEY ANN . . . National Honor Society, Senior Cabinet, Future Nurses, Quo Vadis, home room secretary, PepCats, monitor . . . ., VAUGHAN, NANCY . . . VEACH, ANNA MARIE . . . Bookworms . . . VENABLE, DONNA SHARON . . . PepCats, Catettes, Cheerleader, Future Business Leader, Y-Teens, monitor . . . VERSER, ROGER P .... Quill and Scroll, Publications sports editor, delegate to ASTC annual workshop, Future Journalists, basketball and track manager, golf team, home room vice-president . . . VEST, BILL . . . National Merit finalists, Boys State, Key Club, National Honor Society vice-president, monitor, Tri Chem, Theta Science Club, Los Gatos Espanoles, junior Rotarian, home room president and vice-president . . . VEST, DEBORAH . . . Pep- Cats, Y-Teens, Art Club, Future Business Leaders . . . VINT, BOBBY . . . junior Rotarian, Senior Class vice-president, Boys State, basketball, track, Publications. sports editor . . . VINT, CHARLES GREGORY . . . home room vice-president . . . VINT, GILDA DALE . . . Future Homemakers, Red Cross - vr 207 Y Senioro jnuite cpelativeo for event WADE, MARY SUSAN . . . Junior Choir, monitor, Future Business Leaders . . . WALKER, JAYNE H .... WALLER, FRANCES . . . WALLER, TOM WHIT . . . track, football, Publications staff, transfer from Girard High School, Girard, Kansas . . . WALTER, JOHN E. . . . Theta Science Club, film crew . . . WARD, JACKSON JOHN . . . WARD, LARRY E .... Boys Quartet, Boys Chorus, Senior Choir . . . WASHBURN, STEPHEN ADAMS . . . band . . . Mr. Burnett hands long-awaited senior invitations to Jim Nichols and Prissy Petty. Mary Susan Wade Jayne H. Walker Frances Waller Tom Whit Waller 208 John E. Walter John Jackson Ward Laffy E, Wafd C31'0l Waters Kathleen Watson Nancy Lynn Watson Roger Wattam Linda Weatherly Robert Charles Weiler, Jr. Dennis Lee Welch Hobert Welch, Jr. Larry Welch James Russel Wells Randall John Wensman James M. Weston WATERS, CAROL . . . Senior Choir, Junior Girls Chorus, Future Nurses, Quo Vadis . . . WAT- SON, KATHLEEN . . . Drum Major, National Hon- or Society, Concert and Marching bands, Le Cercle Francais . . . WATSON, NANCY LYNN . . . Cheer- leader captain, home room secretary, Los Gatos Es- panoles, PepCats . . . WATTAM, ROGER . . . All-State First Band and Orchestra, Concert and Marching bands, Key Club, Le Cercle Francais, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . WEATHERLY, LINDA . . . WEILER, ROBERT CHARLES, JR .... Senior Cabinet, home room pres- ident, Wildcat Follies cast, monitor, home room vice- president, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . WELCH, DENNIS LEE . . . National Honor Society, Boys State, Key Club, golf team . . . WELCH, HOBERT, JR .... stage crew . . . WELCH, LARRY . . . track . . . WELLS, JAMES RUSSELL . . . Marching band, Key Club, stage crew . . . WENSMAN, RANDALL JOHN . . . transfer from Mason City High School, Mason City, Iowa . . . WESTON, JAMES M .... Y ,Y '66 !'1 209 Theresa Marie Wharton Wanda Jean Wheaton Linda White Sharon Kay White Carolyn Whitfield Jeff Wilbanks enior ibreamo Qeacli or Qpeality WHARTON, THERESA MARIE . . . Girls Recre- ation Association, PepCats . . . WHEATON, WANDA JEAN . . . Quill and Scroll, Publications business manager, Future Journalists, PepCats, Red Cross, Future Business Leaders, monitor . . . WHITE, LINDA . . . Y-Teens, PepCats, Catettes, Future Journalists, Future Business Leaders, Le Cercle Francais, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Future Homemakers . . . WHITE, SHARON KAY . . . monitor, Pep- Cats, Art Club, Future Business Leaders, ushers for Recreation Association . . . WHITFIELD, CARO- LYN . . . home room treasurer and secretary, Pep- Cats, Art Club, Future Business Ieaders, usher for Graduation . . . WILBANKS, JEFF . . . home room vice-president, transfer from Russellville High School . . . WILKIN S, STEVE A .... Varsity and March- ing bands . . . WILLIAMS, GARRY . . . WIL- LIAMS, JOHN . . . WILLIAMS, LARRY . . . Future Business Leaders, Theta Science Club, Future Tradesmen . . . WILLIAMS, RICHARD . . . Boys State, Key Club, Theta Science Club, transfer from Central High School, Little Rock . . . WILLIFORD, DON- NA LAVAE . . . National Honor Society, monitor, Los Gatos Espanoles, Junior Choir reporter . . . Steve A. Wilkins Garry Williams John Williams Larry Williams Richard Williams 210 james Willits Bill Wilson Rita Lynn Wilson Floyd W. Winkler Stew? Wifk0W5ki Charles Wohrman Betty Gail Woods Eddie Wooley l Pamela Diane Woolverton Robert Worlow 1 as Gammah Wood Linda Diane Wood WILLIT S, JAMES . . . Concert and Marching bands . . . WILSON, BILL . . . Senior Cabinet, Quill and Scroll, Le Cercle Francais, usher for Graduation and Vespers, Future Journalists, basketball, Publica- tions staff, Quill and Scroll, home room president, vice-president, and treasurer . . . WILSON, RITA LYNN . . . monitor, Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats, junior Choir, Y-Teens . . . WINKLER, W. FLOYD . . . Marching band, band property crew, Boys Chorus . . . WITKOWSKI, STEVE . . . Future Tradesmen, football, track . . . WOHRMAN, CHARLES . . . track . . . WOOD, GAMMAH . . . PepCats, Future Home- makers . . . WOOD, LINDA DIANE . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, Los Gatos Espanoles, monitor, Junior Choir . . . WOODS, BETTY GAIL . . . home room president, Red Cross County Council representative, Student Council, Future journalists, PepCats, Future Business Leaders, Quill and Scroll, monitor . . . WOOLEY, EDDIE . . . football, Student Coun- cil . . . WOOLVERTON, PAMELA DIANE . . . Pep- Cats hand drill Leader, Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders . . . WORLOW, ROBERT . . . I 211 Linda Cotton and Roger Verser prepare for the 'big event'. :fanfic ipate Q racluation ebay WRIGHT, BRENDA LOUISE . . . Con- cert, Varsity, and Marching bands, band librarian, Future Teachers . . . WRIGHT, JULIA . . . Pep Cats, Catettes, Y-Teens, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room vice-president and secretary, Quill and Scroll, Thespians, Future Journalists, Publications staff, mon- itor . . . WRIGHT, SCOTT PATRICK . . . football, track, monitor . . . 4 WRIGHT, VIRGINIA KAY . . . Pep- Cats, Y-Teens, Catettes, home room vice- president and secretary, Le Cercle Francais, Quill and Scroll, Publications staff . . . YOUNG, JO ANNE . . . Future Business Leaders, Red Cross, monitor, 'Future Home- makers, Le Cercle Francais, Student Coun- cil . . . ZINN, SHERRY GAIL . . . Catettes, PepCats, Y-Teens, Le Cercle Francais, Future Business Leaders, Future Journal- ists, Publications staff . . . ZORN, CHRIS . . . monitor, home room president, Future Business Leaders, Future Tradesmen, transfer from Catholic High . . . ZORN, RICHARD . . . home room president, transfer from Catholic High . . . Brenda I-0l1iSC Wright Julia Wright Scott Patrick Wright Virginia Kay Wright 212 JoAnne Young Sherry Gail Zinn Chris Zorn unioro Qnjoy econd year on will Devilishly lmpish and unbearably cocky, the Jun- iors are caught in the act of growing up. They scorn kittenish things and reach eagerly for the glories of catdom. They wear full-grown catskins, shouting, "We are the best, we are the best" ... forgetting that the skins are a little large and they still must grow to fill them. They dream a lot, too, but they match their dreaming with doing, preparing for the day when they accept the mantle of leadership. Then will the prophecy be fulfilled and the old halls will ring joyfully to their proud challenge, "We're the best from here to heaven, we 're the Class of '67." l l Brenda Abbott John Ackerman Frank Adams M'k Ada P tti Ada B nda Ahart 1 e ms a ms re Tom Alexander Dickie Allen James Allinder 0 ohn Anthony Andrews Charlotte Antonacci Brenda Tommy Armstrong Anne Avant Holly Babbitt all Bakalekas Judy Baker Becki Frank Bane Nancy Bane Paul Bankston 213 fy :way o reaming caring and oing 214 . Jane Barker Jannie Barker Pam Barkley Pat Barkley Steve Barnes Pamela Sue Barnett Becky Barron Robert Bass Lana Beason Phyllis Diane Beaver Glenda Beavers Marsha Bell Mike Berger 'Dale Biery Billy Biggs Sharon Billingsley Carolyn Bizzell Judy Lynn Bla.keney Vonda Blevins James L. Bolton Virginia Booker Donna Bostic Carolyn Bise Dan Blackwood Bobby Blevins Karyn Blucker Mike Boaz Linda Lea Bonge William Borengasser Eddie Bowren ed' I a C 3 l Da.n Bradford Mary Bratcher Peggy Jean Breshears Linda Broadhurst Gary Brooks Ricky Brown Sandy Buckley Kathy Burkett Harriet Burns Donna Calhoun Delane Campbell Wade Carter Christy Bradshaw Mary Lynn Brejot Anne Brinkley Martha Faye Brown Steve Bryant Pamela Bullock John Lawrence Byers Bobby Camden William Pearson Carlton :TF ki Jamie Ann Cavinee Carolyn sue chris Christy Donna Clark Judy clewere -f-' y Connie Diane Collie 'lui x ,"' nna Lea Cary Candy Charles y X Q, E Mike Chi1d6I'S an Diana Clardy Lee Clark 1 ysat ' Al Peggy Leah Coffleld K 4 I 215 216 Darrell Hatchett takes a swig Ln a familiar fashion as Clay Thompson ogles at the camera........The Coca-Cola com- pany prospers as a table of Junior girls enjoy their lunch. unchtime rovialeo ellowohip or angry gunioro. ,,,..-f-v-- Diana Carole Collins John Cook Rondal Earl Cook Mike Cooper Janice Parks Copeland Jimmy Cordell Jim Corriveau Brenda Cox Charles Cox Judy Carol Cranford Randy Crowell Montie Culpepper Jennie Cummings Donna e aa . - V., -was--5 hx Rx F 1 W as xx I I f +- , i 1 L- ,miie 1:56 11555 :. .iw--Q1 ee-15. Z Mig, MEI Y , f- - see ' 'l. " . ':a me e,.M: 1 ,egg exegesis 1 ,. 'z ee . . ug, Xgfifkibi .. -, w ww, f .l wer e gig: -, .. A 552 S fr-1 ev X veins at 5?Q15.:71lL::s . ' 1 g-22-.riff is-221' .ieiiggisgii ,gi Patricia Cyr Christie Dales Karen Davenport Lee Davidson Clyde Davis June Davis Debby Dean Donna Delores Deane Barbara Deere Carolyn Deese Donna Defoe Robert Shaw Dempster Elizabeth DeVore Phil Dively Marti Dobbins Adrian Carl Droke Larry William Dudley William Donald Dull iana Gail Durham Lisa DuVall Randy W, Dyer Ricky Edwards Mary Jo Ellington Diana Ellis Elrod Diane Esch Judy Eudy Elinor Ferguson Pam Finch Harry Finley --1'.e.SzT4s-vim l he ,. . ,q,,,,, k.,. My 3 Linda Davis Don Derrick P am Dunivan ream of 9:1540 cwlnen fhey cwill Qeign Bruce Robert Fleming Lynn Foley Charlotte Lynn Forte Sammy Finney Dodie Fortner Larry G. Freeman Van Fulford Glenda Fulmer Jan Fulton Robert Gage Sheila Gaye Galbraith Lynn Gates Debby Kay Gazaway Janis Gentry 218 Linda Carol Gilbert Sandy Lee Glaze Jimmy Glover Lee Annette Glover Quin Godsey John A, Gonnelly David Lloyd Gossett Elvada C, Gray Jill Glenn John David Glover Ronnie Glover Jeanna Goetsch Patsy Goff Dianne Gordon Carol Grandon Gwen Green E Robert W, Green Bob Gregg Ja.ney Grisham David Grissom Janet Grubbs Larry Kenneth Gunter Craig Morris Hale Linda Hall Nancy Hallmann Sara Elizabeth Hammond Karen Sue Hansen Lewis Harrell Susan Green Richard Griffey Rita Grisham William Stephen Guenther Vance Robert Gustus Sally Hale Vicki Hallmark Connie Hammons Rodney Harmon Bobby Joe Harris Linda Carol Hassell Darrell Hatchett Sharon Kay Hays Pat Head Patrick Michael Hellman Linda Harrell Robin Lee Harrison Lynn Hatcher Diana Haustein Gloria Head Jeannie Carol Heathcock I 1 , l 219 220 unioro Show Qplenty of cwilclcat Spirit I Junior boys turn out en masse to support the Wildcats. Diane Helton Jo Hendrickson Lolly Herlocker Cathy Hickey Nettie Hickey Charles C, Hicks Dub Higgs Shaygn Hightower David Gary Hill Marie Elaine Hill Greg Hinds William G. Hobbs Rebecca Susan Hodges Danny Holland X fu we sw V M Binnie Harriet Holmes Jay Holsted Sharon Marie Honnall Steve Hopkins Johnny Horton Linda Sue Howard Donna Carole Huggins Bruce Lee Hurst Conley Hutto Kenneth Ingram Ann Jackson Janice Jackson Gordon Holmes Chuck Homan Barbara Jean Hopkins Beverly Diane House Ann Hudson A1a.n Robert Humphries Gail Ingle Jerry Irby David Jackson Sharon Elaine Jackson J erre Ellen James Pattle James Brenda J anski Bill Johnson Carole Johnson Donna Johnson Elmo Johnson Jackie Johnson Janis Johnson Jean Johnson Richard Johnson 4 O I 221 222 ream of Qaeda ihat qdill e fegend Van Johnson Carolyn Jeanette Jolly David Jones Jeff Jones . L K! f V Joyce Jones Ronnie Jones Sandy Jones Debby Jordan Teresa Josefy Carlice Rita Juarez David Kail Brenda Keathley Garry Kelley Karen Kelley Larry Kelley Phyllis Ann Keltner Brad Kennedy Jerry Killion Margaret Kinley Steve Koehler Rita Lancaster John Lane Janice Kempf Beverly Ann Kerr Louis King Gary Kirklln Cecelia Kirkpatrick Ray Lackle Phil Landis Carol Langdo Ronnie Lasiter Larry Lazenby Mike Lee Fraucella Lenderman Larry Lloyd Ronnie Lochamy Barbara Loftls Craig Loibner Alonzo Robert Long Barbara Anne Love Charles Michael Love Nancy Lukas Patricia Lumpkil Nancy Luptak Edward Larry Lute Fred Luthy Jane Lynch Linda Lee Machen Brenda Jo Mahan David Martin Diane Martin Carolyn Mathews Cheryl Sue Matthews Peggy Mayo Joe MCCa11 Jan McC1e11an Ronald McConnell Iarylou Martin ' Debbie Lynn Mathis Lewis May Lilly McAllister Gary McCann Ella Kaye McCollum I 223 unioro enjoy elowning on oaooemlvlieo. "Let's hang on to what we've got."... Snoopy, CPatti Porterb and Linus, fJohn Laney perform in a skit for the Thanksgiving Assembly. Jan McElroy James McGowan Jimmy McKinney Ronald McN ew Suzy Meador Sam Meredith Phil McCorkle Pamelia Elaine McElroy Agnes McKinney Dan McLemore Martha McNeill Donna McRoberts Ricky Jo Means Vicky Lynn Meriwea v-31, , k X W 4 Kenneth Miller Victor Miron George Monroe Patricia Diana Morgan Carolyn Mormg Judy Ann Myers Jerry Nanney Barbara N ease Gary Neaville Kathy Newton Larry Ed Nicholas Mary Margaret N igus Julie Anne Millett Donn Mixon Ken Moran Marie Mowery Linda Nabors Terry Nanney Gary Newman Carole Nichols Steve H. N ickles Nancy Norman J ea.n Norris Sam Osburn Ronald L. Owens Deborah Sue Parsons Hale Dudley Peck John L, Norrell Arm Olde Pamela Ott Diane Parks Aleene Payne Billy Peeler 225 226 are oanyone fo cunde rotancl Dee Dee Perkins Rachael Ann Perkins A Carol CDuchessD Perry Lynn Ray Peters Charles Peterson Charlotte Phillips Judy Ann Phillips William Pinkston Gwendolyn Oneida Patti Porter Jea.nne Potthoff Brenda Powell Beverly Price Randy Prickett Tommy Prince Sharon Prioleau Kenneth Craig Pruitt - James R, Radnedge Cathy Rails Le Ella Ratcliff Barbara Reeves Nancy Remel Susan Quattlebaum David Rakestraw Porter Gary Rankin Pam Reynolds R 2:51 7 W ,Q Tannie Richards Ronnie Richardson Ann Riddle Mary Riley Bobby Ring B111 Roberts John Roberts Charles Robinson Wally Roddy David L, Rogers Vivian Rogers Reta Roland Ernest Rooks Jimmie ROI'ie Pat Rose Janette Royce Margaret Rozzell Margaret Russell Susan Russell Heidi Sadler Margaret S9-filer Janice Saenger John Sanders James Satterfield iy Edward Sawyer B111 Self David Sheffield susie Salkeld Judith Ann sanders Sandra Saffeffield Jane Schoonover Larry Shadld Jerry Shelby -cf f ff l l -x,afwA n,.xh 2251! ,... - Slam. li 2: Sw -- . .':.z'E.H 1: .ff11s1'a::4'E'f3::f v , -af 'V' , ' ' 1gge:zieig?L? ' 1 yiiaigggrs - a- I -. ,lwfgsgaarm .. . 'fa-T .. 1 - , an 1 Zgiwgfgaznaaagag - .. ,v'.,:71:'.:weaw-923 ., V 'K ,," -7 ..5"::m: ,lf i P , -X. 3 -: or 4 227 The Ju.nior...Boy and Man... Young enough to enjoy horseplay, yet old enough to act the part of a Ma.n...at the Hole. Sandra D, Shelton Marilyn Simmons Patti Ann Simpson Gwyn June Sip. Stephen Craig Sipes Tommy Skinner Brenda Louise Sm1th Helen Sm1th Clay Sherrod Carolyn Ann S1mpson Tommy Simpson Brenda Skillern Susie Smartt Gary Wayne Sm1th 4 1 Jane Elizabeth Smith Loretta Joyce Smith Ronnie Smith L 1' .,,,-,12.,35, Terry Smith Sharon K, South Sue Splawn Carol Stanton f' ' Darrell Freeman Stevgns Emma Kay Stogsdill Lloyd Strasner, Jr. Bobby Strong Harlon Suttle Linda G, Smith Robin Smith Sharoyn K. Smith Robert Lee Spangler Gary Stane Retha Steed Sherry Stane Larry Stringham Da.nny Sullivan Janet Swaim Edgar Sweeney Liz Tackett Sharon Talley Alice Jo Tarkington David Tarver Sammy Syvayze Elizabeth Tabor Iris Elizabeth Talley Brenda. 'rap1ey Carol Tarver Mary J ack Tatum 'iw f r 4 wa 'Z +4 4114. WZ Max n X 'X ,,. ,- 'K' xx W X ' Y K felt . -' 1 we aesaee -1, J 4 are 229 cant ic ipate Becky Taylor D T 1 h ' R D:a3T3.i'f::d f e une A v Marcia L. Thacker f 5 o fake fheir cplac Stewart Thibault Margaret Thirion y Jerry Thomas Robert I. Thomas .,,.. Y . Sharon Thomas Wayne Thomas Donna Lou Thomason Wanda Sue Wood Donna Thompson Nancy Thompson Jerry Thurow Charles Tobey 230 Linda Todd Carmen Trantham Ronnie Treat Ricky T1'0Ufm21I1 Barbara Tucker Patricia Turner b Donas L. Vaughan Mona Verdock Mike Trammell Dennis Treadway Arthur Robert Treisback Jimmy Turbyfill Teresa Turner Debbie Venetta , K J is X Ricky Verheul Becky Vint Rex Vint Robert E, Walker Perry Ward Becky Warner Patsy Warren Tricia Warren Dale Waters James Waters Shirley Watson Philip Webb Patricia Weeks Randy Weir Susie Welch Judy Wells Charles Wetzler Kenneth White Vicki Lynn Wiggins Carroll Wilcox Judy Wilcox Karen Sue Williams Mike Williams John Willits Deborah Winkler Carolyn Witt Madeline Kaye Wolfe Melady Williams Terry Gene Williams Paul Wine Linda Wilson Joseph Vincent Wolfe Alice Louise Wood :-- ".. :ar5 -' - I ' M I " 'iffy S S it 8 Q Jig? 4 Z nr ,. 553532519 I, , ' 3957 " ' -wv , 231 --- 232 9 0 pn 0 encore cwhen the gall Qbollo abound oagcun V V on ,L,. , .,,. ' W -f,- W W is f B ' " l I' iii! Blligl ff ' fgggx - f I I , no 1 A ga., ml wr, Pl , . ' ifgff Inga l an Iii 3 A115 Juniors join their Senior and Sophomore friends in the "sunny spots" on cold wintry days during lunch shift. Judi Wood Pat Wooldridge Barbara Ellen Womble Maria Lynn Worlow David Murry Worthey James Zermatten Lynn Zuber William Woodward Sharon Wooldridge Pat Word Ruth Young Becky Zuber Bill Renfrow elaoo of '68 Sayo fhegfre the eau cwlio Tate The young Cats awaken to a new world at North Little Rock High School, only half aware of the challenges that await them. Deep tradition overwhelms the Sophomores from every corner as they warily tread the halls, a little unsure in their first steps. Ghosts of past glories, achievements,and dreams echo noiselesslythroughout the school, whispering a challenge to all. The glories are old, the dreams used. While the past becomes a subtle part of the Sophomore class, these Cats must look to the future achieving their own glory and crying, Carolyn Abbott John Adametz John Ada bravely, "We're the only Cats that rate,We're MargaretAdams Carolyn Adcock Mike Aldggge the Class of '68." Sandra Kay Alexander Linda Allinder Betty Andrews Dottie Andrews Danny Eugene Arendt Cherece Athy Jimmy Achard Brenda Kay Adams Sharon Alalne Adams Kay Adkins , Mark Ray Allen J lmmy Anderson Mike Archer J o Arnold Pat AfkiI1S011 Darlene Slle Berger Gary Barnett George Baugher Jan Bell Barbee Berger Jamie Biles Charles H, Blanchard Penny Bolich Clayton Boone Me1'I'Y Bost Patricia BOWIIIHH Marsha Joyce Boydston Susie Branch Ray Branton Bruce Baldwin Larry Barnett Allen Bates Yvonne Bauman Tina Lynn Bevan Carol Bishop Betsy Blodgett Marilyn Book Glenette Bowman Rita Bowren Tommy Bradley James Lee Branson Mai' ' . , , 1 -at -N- . f , 21 W-5 3. A ffl etll 1 N -- f wie! 4 f . as NM ax , ig at 13 2315 is at fi nfy A av Wi' A fl M 4 f I il POE '68 if R 234 AL . Q Q 4 an V, ,. ...,, ,, A ' I . 'fi Patricia Brown H Rebecca M. Brown Gary Dean Budlong Norma Burleson Jacki Burnett Beverly Ann Byrd Patricia Louise Byrd Nathan Calhoun Terri Lynn Campbell Debbie Caple Dana Carpenter Cindy Carr Connie Ruth Carter Janna Lee Carter Joyce Carter Toni Carter Donna Sue Caton Ann Childers Linda Church Jerry Wayne Clay Debby Cleary Gary Clinton Ricky Cochran Beverly Cook Debbie Cook Sandy Cook Douglas Coomes Henry Louis Corpier Stephanie Costello Anthony John Coulter Sophomoreo gill falcon!! :wall-to-cwall Janet Cowan Judith Crouch Lana Cruse Darlene Curtis Randy Joe Davidson Debra Davis Jimmy Dawes Teresa Melinda Derrick Kathy Dickens Bill Dickson Jay Douglas Robert Allen Dumas David Edwards Barbara Anne Elliott Susan Eschenbrenner Edgar Cox Gaylon Eugene Cruse James Curry Margaret Daniels Rita Davidson Mike Davis Steve A, Deaton Steve Dew Carol Ann Dickerson Ronny Dornblaser Da.nny Duke Brenda DuVal1 Paul Eller Mike Ellis Debbie Farris l .nuh ,uJ . Q,u yhuu F y ff R ' ,:v'v.ffm Qwff 'ff' - we H 'zzz me sg- ,' -. f f, Q ea f W 1 Q F 3 5 M if ,I 13 t 5 Him E V as fm Qui? David Freeman we 1' - ::z:aHs,.e --- ' 1. 1 f, 2 ,,-: '..'.,- - ' "if ' ' ' . . nfm. ,f :fu , 1,55-,E,,5:a . , ' za.. .. -' -' 'nn :. -1 - ,A -,. R ,Q new aw - -, 'fl Q I W1 -ff ,,4:x:'4-1 za?" , We V ,..,-fa,-.,' 34 'S 'E7Elli5f : '5 ' ' - In-Jfi17T:5f5l5 ffl uf 3 .zzz Hag Q -5 . " v.: ,V ,, ge-1, i 1 5 - l s il f Y' ,, ' F1 W It as y 'X ,. ,"' ,,.-n.,4 SL --N ' 4 a X .if 4'A kv , -ez'-f Bruce Firestone Pat Freeman Judy Ginocchio Janie Graham Danny Fisher K ' me , i few Vi :, 13: 3 1 x ww 9' 4 3 - L X H H E 5 eh! ffl , .33 S s 3 1 Phillip Fisher Ted Furcron Robin Glover Billy Gray ff- wa: Janice Flanagan Nancy Fortner Doak Foster James Futrell George Mike Garner Lenard Gask1ns Margaret Arm Glover Larry Glynn Mary Gormely Connie Goss Danny Grantham Karen Gray B111y Green Steve Grissom Jack Frost Q4 Sophomore earno any ew fhingo .,,the magic of the microscopic wor1d...the square on the hypotenuse. Barbara Arlene Grubbs Teresa Hackler Analee Halliburton Gordon Hamblin Gary Hankins John Charles Hardwick Steve Harper Sharon Sue Harrington David Harris Lynn Hartwick Gary Lee Haustein Skippy Hearne Pat Hedgecock Ala.na Henderson Dava Hewitt Gail Gunter LaTreece Hall Marsha Halter Kathy J une Hambltn Eugene Hardin C9-1'01Yn Harkleroad Bill M. Harriell Billy Ray Harris Kathy Michele Harrison Dianna Harvey Jan Hawkins David Henry Everett L. Heerboth Coy Hewitt James Hickey xi?E?5Q5 k!ii-"V , - 5222? 5: xi?,,Q??'z153As3 1 : '.f'-iff A 'fi 1 I xzeaf ' -' 1 ' H "::a , ,Aa , f ,gc :24g?ifs ' f -'ister W -V . ., , 13,34 . ' A s-" : V- - Q ..,E K , .,, a .V gx. , 236 4' H tw' N A Yifialfieft' t ' A '- flag' .22 fa 1- - W' fi mfilfifta 'W W . 'A Q fi ' .4 , 3' Q' 't 3' - E if 'Q a. X . H tl XXV C if 4 4? t a a aa -- H .-v, V J olm Hicks Linda Higginbotham Lindsey Hinkle Terry Hocott Terri Holden Carolyn Ann Holland Carlene Holler Linda Dee Hollowell Regina Holt Thomas Franklin Horton Cherilyn Hudson Rormie Hughes Steve Humphries Kendall Husa Beverly Ingels Joyce Jean Ivey Larry James Judy Jeffery Charles Johnson Otho Dean Johnson Kerry Hicks Irma Hill Alan Taylor Hitt Linda Kay Hodge Phil Holder Larry Holland Garry Holloway Ronnie Hollowell George Hoops Sheila Howard Richard Hughes Rose Hughes Debbie Hunnicutt Deborah Ibbotson Scotty Irons Carol Elizabeth Jackson Tommy James Della J ernlgan James Earl Johnson Keith Jones Cathy Jordan Lisa Keathley Vivian Leigh Ketcher Sandy Kirkpatrick David Shelby Knight Debbie L. Koenig Moyer Kryer Joe Kuykendall Sarah Laing Mike Laniord Harry Langley Leon Langley Kathy Sue Lashley Karen Lawrence Charlotte Letbetter Barbara Justice B111 Kemp Charles Russell King Kathy Kittle J oetta Konings Joe Kuonen Virginia LaGrossa Janice Landsman Joan Langley Timothy Langley J Ohn Boyd Latta Dickie Lee ..., . 'I 1 : w- ,+ -m e 'f mm 1 '68 237 238 Eihliitiliey eollecto any Danny Linn Larry Linn Clyde Little Danny Livingston Larry Samuel Lloyd Joanne Lockhart Harrison Logsdon J a.nice Loudermilch Helles Lloyd Becky Lyons Jack Major Mike Malloy Gary Marks Patsy Marks Judy Marshall Bobby Martin Pete Martin Pamela Mask Gail Mason Judy Matthews Stuart Mathews Ronnie Maxwell Sharon Mayfield Dennis Mayher Eddie Earl McClain Sherry Dianne McCorkle George William McCul1ey Sharon McDaniel Norman James McElroy Ed McLain Judy McMahon Tom McPherson Gary McVey Charles Medlock Janet Meredith Bobby Miller Charles Mills Paul M11ner Linda, Mitchell Sharon Montgomery Pamela Moore Linda Morgan Claudla Muller Sa.ndra Diane McKinney Mike McLaughlin Pam McNee1y Kathy Mcvay Kay Meacham Ginger Melton Jackie Meriweather Jackie Miller Sherry Mills Cassandra M1tchell Dianne Montgomery Anita Maurice Moore Dian Morgan Judy Morris Christie Mtmnerlyn Speccal qnemoraeo Nm , ...ur ,J v-... M Frances Munnerlyn Cynthia Nance Barbara Ann Neal George Newcomb Rentha Newton Mary Pat Norman Sherry Odom Charlene Oliver Farrel Owen Charles Parks John Perry Alan Pierce Lynn Pittman Ken Edward Pollock Janet Powell Dale Radcliffe William Ramsey Allen Reed Pat Reeves Bob Reifsteck Jimmy E. Murphy Steve Napper Mike Neal Cherie Newman Sharron Nicholas Susan Norman Kathy Annette O'Kelley Wanda Orr Becky Page Tommy Parks James Peterson Patsy Ann Pigg Debra Polk Lloyd Potter Martha Powell Becky Ramer Richard Reddig Sharon Lea Reedy Vicky Reid Bobby Rice ---or playing with Miss Law's pet tarantula, Dracula. like eating with Los Gatos Espanoles at Mexico ChiCl11it0..... Karen Rice John Riddle Mike Riley Nancy Roberts Carl Dean Robertson ongo or the ay cwhen e jo a enior Larry Robertson Gregg Mike Roden Karen Rogers Debra Rooks Kathy Rose Linda Ross Mike Russ Mark Rydel Judy Sanders Beverly Scarborough Yvonne Renee Schaeffer Sheila Scholar Sheri Seaton Phillip Seibold Howard Senteney S r Kenneth Shaw Mike Shepherd Gary Shields - Lloyd Short 'fr Carolyn Shuffield 151 W at 1 6 Agwff' in z rim: Y ,Q rl Ei.-1 'H . ' -"r " S' Wt Richard Wayne Simpson K A J ,f i I. I Fannie Mae Sims ' EF Len Roper Sims ' nt S -:Q-'1-.f Bobbi Jean smith "a' I 'K c. D. Smith Deanne Smith Marsha Smith Paula Gay Smith Susan Smith Norman Snow, Jr. Bill Sosebee Bill Speck Lorinda Stanford Charlotte Starkey Charlene Sterne Pat Stone Linda Stringham Beverly Stroud Mike Swafford Ruby Diane Taylor Ricky Smith I1 Paula F. 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NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS AT WORK BUILDING GREATER LITTLE ROCK , 1 H'it3tE'H Danco Construction Company PHONE FR 4-2241 247 The Wise Thing To Do V Sh Member of Worthen Charge V Op A a KEMPNERS Auto Glass "5'f4lii" 418 Main L R Installed ' FR 2-9058 V TWIN CITY GLASS s 0 R M A N ' J AND UPHOLSTERY BARBER SHOP C, l603 Mainq.qfreet k Cnion Barbers for the Best Bar-b-que yk rf' 'Q - Flavor - 0 1 try . . . A Custom Seats N-f 'M-X -' X J woomrs BAR-B-cur 248 1100 OLIVE N. L. R. . I 3815 Conway P1ke H1 Milk A 1:1 d Q0 . -- Sa 1 i f - 0' 'V vi' 1, V xi 5 ,"' 3 lil! - --3 Q2 if S? F' '9""5-32. 555023 egg? 55' 4 Wy' HE? if 552, .4 H- ' NA -"f 'M "V wwf? ami- , F . 1 Tir-gkug. MWHQ. A-.,,, , 'QE "f9'!rLfX:5, . F ,fir , , if Coleman Dairy I.. mil IIIIIIIIIH I InllllllllllllllllmII K QTA SCQ 32254555355 Xiy,,f Oklahoma Tire and Supply Co. CONGRATUL ATIONS WILDCAT5 220 Ma1nSt. Don't Phone FR 5-7241 North Little Rock, Arkansas FM- Forget Us CABOT ' T' F LoRlsTs F 5 I ai-X ff-L . W ,QI 'QJQEZIX N L R. 3 3022 E. Bdwy. . . COX-BALL. INC. INSURANCE REAL. ESTATE II ' D I D 1'!.'f'.?'!I'I'I'1'I I'L'2'-'f"I-.S"J'i'l'F iff!! 3421 Dlke N.L R ATTUITITIUTTIIX, .mem . 'GENT. NQTIQUAE- 5 UIATIQIZIAE 'i-ii -' 'T Q-' OFFICE NIGHTS 8- HOLIDAYS WI 5-4123 MOVING 8. STORAGE WI 5-4418 WI S 4124 I805 E Sth ST. BOX 3I55 NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE Good Luck Agent FOI' Seniors! NATIONAE VAN LlNES.INC. UIIIIIP -----14 WMM-Wade fam? fbbifance 5mwCe---- EXECUTIVE OFFICES: NATIONAL PLAZA, BROADVIEW, ILLINOIS li' Nx! X X lf' X 5 X M ij Borden's Milk Sz Ice Cream Look To MANHATTAN l0AN COMPANY LILES BROS, MOIOR C0, Pike Plaza Shopping Center Cars in town ' N th L tu R ok FR 5-9956 716 E. Bdwy. dm MWC 700149 N L R Q Ti XX Wx ,A Q Rae? NNN1fNN'4'f G5 to Q, t O O N QM 11 f y money ne d FR 5 4674 sl I X fl mai E ox Q 4 2 PIKE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Styles for Jrs SL Misses P FR 4 4135:-1 ' 4-0 DAN LIVINGSTON AUTO SALES NEW AND USED CARS 110 East Broadway N.,L.R. Ark, 5- X -rg' ' sf vkll G 1 wi-Sex' 7 IN 81 OUT CORP. 601 N. University Open Mon. through Thurs. HUDSUN BROS. 'K I MOBIL SERVICE WHEEL BALANCING - WASHING GREASING - BATTERY AND TIRE SERVICE 313 EAST anonwn PHONE: FR. 2-9980 gtg, .X HERB'5 DAIRY I ' 'i . ' 41 Ex FREEZE wEsT a co. mc. A f, For The Best Ice Cream In Town! Pike Plaza Nf,L.R. 4720 East Broadway ,,F,.2ij ay Va' J 6, M f , 5 N ' ,Q ' ' .,a2'E'y fist, Exquisite Rings And Watches At The Most Economical Prices!! ms cormufum WAREHOUSE 4308 New Conway Hwy. ECONOMY PIKE PLAZA DRUG Phone FR 4-3785 Pike Plaza Shopping Center NOVA'S BEAUTY SHOP 3306 1X2 Pike Ave. SK 3-3436 HAVERTYS 319 Main N.L.,R. 251 Russell Chevrolet Co. Brenda Gordon and Kathy Gault drive 5 the New Chevrolet 300 West Broadway North Little Rock ALUMINUM R N QF .aqufo gfan Urzataffzd COO! RIGGS GLASS St MIRROR CO., INC. 3410 CAMP ROBINSON ROAD KLEVYJ yyfor all NORTH PLIll'1gTNLERg?lSCglf52g2KANSAS your aluminum needs" Ci? I I HILL 3 RHODES RESTAURANT B DRUGS "Your Prescription Center" 4813 E' Broadway 3300 Pike Ave. N. L. R. A L an 3 x -. M T. H. EPPERSON 8: SON INC. mn.r':' ' IL, U .gfouse Waving, glaising df ,fevefing B A ,,,,.. Jqnvvia H I N0 JOB T00 LARGE OR T00 SHALL li l""'f""'feo I ' . . ,ml 419 E. 13m smear NO. LITTLE Rocx, ARK. Q FR 4-1575 a FR 4-8851 Rss. PHONE WI 5-9214 252 We'11 Move You Anywhere! YlmllIllllllmllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIV THE CARPET BROKERS INC. to the N.L.R. Wildcats for a job Well done ik wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk May The Future Of The Seniors Enjoy The Same Success wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk The Carpet Brokers Inc. 1805 East 5th St. N.L.R. Acrilic Orlons F.R. 6-4561 wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk 01261 "We Install wan to Wan" O wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk Our Football Schedule For Sore Knees We Recommend wk wk wk wk ak ak ak ak ak nk We Have A House Full of All Colors Solnylon of TYCOPEI Wools wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk wk Rubber Pads. Call at your convenience. We Are Ready To Make A Touchdown For You By Helping You Make A Wise Selection. 253 I , I FREDDIEIS DAIRY BAR GO, CATS! I 4.5 3316 East Broadway 'X LAKE WOOD CONOCO North Little Rook ,LI If ! SERVICE STATION "The Best Sandwich In Town" S R T R S Congratulations Seniors! HALL'5 MEN'S WEAR Main at Brdwy. 0 N.L,P., SALES E,-I SERVICE 1920 PIKE AVENUE 0 PHONE FR 2-1253 NORTH LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS 21 I-Q13-Qxsw. CAPITOL PHQNES FR 2-2248 l,jg3llW'f'fffI ff! Best Wlshes LITTLE ROCK. Ama. FR 2-2249 II to Wildc 3,135 Th F b - ,, fc.. QNQRQN e a r1c Centre MQ., ,IIIIX I M WI I' ,' I N WTF-, 'QQTXWSUY' ,' FINESTD A D F ,I -.W fb W px, MIX INT .vi ,I ,.Wc.:is.L.2':iLf21f.c Ay, I WON DRUG C0- EXPERT oEcoRAToR CONSULTANT SERVICE 7f'fff,N , f Wiffwzt' .,,,. X I 4Xy,IlI,L, M'II,',I,f'T f,IJaT,IvIIg' ' IRI' W Ib Uv' ,I fx at-I, .ttf - wIY.II'I'k,Sf"lHAN'W!IV1 ' I 3 l 1 51-I4 I I III' 4214- Conway P1ke I WT IM' VOGUE. MCCALL G SIMPLICITY DRESS PATTERNS N41 ' 254 Price 8. Fewell Electric Company 1124 West Short 17th N.L.R. Capital Motors Over 100 of the South's Cleanest Cars 1400 E. Bdwy. N.L.R. FR 5-9101 A MECH NICS WILLIAMSON DRUG STORE The Rexall Store 600 Main St- NoL-R- H0.FR5'8259 l28 IIIIAINQ NO.LlI'TLE Rocx, ARK LUMBER CO. STANDARD ICE "The Little Store With HOUSE The Big Name" HANDY-PANTRY GROCERY 2024 Eureka Garden Rd, 114 S. Main N.L.R. 1 North Little Rook's t,?. y Finest Traditional Shop DON sr UA R r' s mow WAVE srvuuo , We train or rearrange V " ' ry II ' . BY tlult? 3 ' arry oy I TROY COLLZFER LAKE HILL SHOPPING CENTER Bafbel' SGTVIC9 NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS SK 3-9654 255 L X For Every Building Need Y 0 PLANTERS LUMBER co. 3 11' f YL. 410 East Washington A ' M - A 'E No. Little Rook, Ark, of I HOUSE OF MUSIC Ph. FR 4-1287 f - fig II , 6 Yeah Wildcats! il MR. M. s. MCCGRD 4620 J.F.K. Blvd. L Q " smufv HARDWARE OWENS FUNERAL HOME X K. 500 Main St. o QL XX North Little Rock 1012 W 34th N.,L.R. "For all your building needs" Specializing In All Arkansas Securities A I' U I 256 I. J. RANEY 8. SONS Municipal Bonds Little Rock, Ark, Inquiries Invited from Banks 8a Dealers UNIVERSAL BUILDERS AND SUPPLY LTD. 423 Main, N.L.,Rt,, Ark. .II foRMlcA LABS, mc. 124 E 151:11 N.L.R 1, - M iii . Q, ,wr 5 kr flfc. ,A T, ff? ,A ,", rw I snub." MAJ?" U S Bj.Wp5 AwLMp my awww- , JW L- . 1 af M Ljjif WFP Headquarters for all your School Supplies for almost 50 years Qrgenta rug Fourth and Main Streets North Little Rock, Ark. ,, ,-'1e 2 111' ' 12:1 2 2212 1:1Q: 2 -,i2if-fi-2221 111- -'1A 2 gt Great Fun , al HN 4 at A N A -. X " pi -'d f Dial SK 3-7278 'Q 9 ' 'W ig 4' f f brag KIERRFS M -e-. ff , A NORTH umf Rocx BoY's clua W 13th at Main N. L. R. A . 4,12 5 620 REMOUNT RD, PAY CASH AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE BURTON DISCOUNT CENTER Furniture Sz Appliances 400 E. Washington No. Little Rock, Ark. Congratulations All Seniors! for your office supplies and furniture in future years S66 6111225 P06. 217 MAIN STREET NORTH LITTL-E ROCK 257 K- N DON'T LET 461 MARCH ON SENYNNNMWE THOSE LEAKS 1 -' ibm--, :gig DOWN TO fftffigx L AND DRIPS f '. n1'Ifi.IfQ4f J in 0 Q3 GET YOU -4-MI I , X , V gf "-W a! I KY, A if DOWN! can 'Q f,x -. Y, O .. ' lAKE Hlll PHARMACY R scorrs PLUMBING co. Q 4001 Conway pike Lakehill Shopping Centre SK3-1741 - SKS-3349 TRACTORS sl FARM KOEHlER'S BAKERY K EQUIPMENT There's one near you! LOVELESS EOUIPMENT COMPANY 711 Main N. L. R. 39os E. Bway. N. L. R. XK A ., ' A I EveryOne's Hurrying to .... S. W. lBud5 Bowker OA, fi " - -"' 41" Q A N fl - .f Q H Q' , vw E , 7 ,f gb I 'm.,. gg.-I U-' veQ O " -Q1 gi f A A .A-A XF A O A 8 I , , Q. ,.. 4 f F' f f If ,fo 'I U ' f' PKI L L I I ff, Va, xabl' 1. L ' I .K jf . N, 1 'I X . I I I D UU Qty X Mix, ff off nb Pine Cresgfk-3 A I , I I I I I I 4 A , G AE! yrv, Iausolegugrf I x, NW yy, V I , A XJ xi I .,,. Iwi , I 'NJ V XJ :I I I , x II I I II It wf -up I ,IT I P ge re emorla ar Is V,,, I I ff, M Y if X REED S. McCONNEll "Builders ECONOMY LAUNDRY at DRY CLEANERS FR 2-0534 of quality Homes" 617 Main Street North Little Rook, Ark. HEATING ANDAIAIIS QZIEJSIVOETQONING SALES JOE DeWITT CO. 721 MAIN STREET SK NORTH 'I?FC3C2li!4P9RgKANSAS Your BEN FRANKLIN STORE 3717 E. Broadway, NLR. 259 CONCERNED WITH FIRST AMERICAN BUILDING PROBLEMS? NATIONAL BANK ZR?-A A fixm f B, N 1:hLtt1 R k Z!! X Q4 FWST am cuNnnAlulAnuNs1 C1 f 66 67 '68 S U inc F A11Y B k gN d 1 v 12th AND WILLOW STS. FR 2-2291 Sz NO. LITTLE ROCK Tl1OY'S Q15 '0l58E5A!2.'E?ME HALBERI PIPE for .i2j.Q13fZ,., a Srffl co. Jf! Clog 8k:E2::teh:.::sons . S KA 1'ElA N D HWAY 67 N. NLR I TE 5-9943 If Nc Answer Coll CA 5-3167 gr' Open 7:30-10 PM - Except Sun. 400 Qlive N,L.Ro NORTH ll11lE ROCK TIMES SAM A. BLOCK BUS FR 64111 H 5' lIE" 5' 1314 Main Straight From The as O ,f, ., Horses Mouth, -X 1" "' -nl It's Fisher's ,F "f, A For Fine Eating X X41 - A QM 6 V . 47 follow 11S to '- 1? mx HOUSE smcfufn enocfnv Ann cnao sfnvlcf ' ' I, UE XI 6 if if' ff, 1919 E. Broadway , at - f, North Little Rook Box 2 Scott, Arkansas DAIRYLAND DRIVE-IN J , 1 2306 Jacksonville Hwy. j f.,V ,.,, : ,t . A ,.t- N.L.R. 2 A , A as vo-vw' Sw ff' 4212 CONWAY HWAY NLR SKyline 3-8261 DAN COHEN SHOE STORE Quality Shoes At Popular Prices For A11 The Family 261 262 Dixie Cream Do-nut Shop 6230 Baucum Pike y P SK I3 3471 92.3 -a 6' rm ' 9 Maman s Beaukg Shop EDD WEST 5151' 5T- NDRTH LITTLE RUCKp ARK PHONE FR 2-5173 0 ff? g f TWIN CITY MQTQRS, INC "BARGAIN CENTER" 815 E. BROADVV NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK 1 " 2 R. A. Hou enocfnv 1717 West 17th N.L.R. VN Q Q we 1' . 4,015 x . ...Q D, Best In Big Value CHRONISTER 8. WRIGHT MODEL MARKET 624 W. 16th St. N.L.R. I'm Going SYLVAN HlllS PHARMACY 7124 Sylvan Hills Hwy. North Hills Shopping Cnt. Phone TE 5-2828 vAN-DEE M Y Fooos , V 2829 Parkway 57gLjgi? M425 North Little Rock is if iff' fix PIANOS A O ORGANS Y 'nf ' AQ 1 COLAIANNI PIANO 2. ORGAN co. , WH I 722 MAIN s'r. G 4L ' LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS . IIURWUOD FLORIST 8: HANDLE SHDPPE FLOWERS and CANDLES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Featuring CHARMWICK CANDLES 1412 Division Sf. NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. FR 47696 We Dress Number 1! 1965 - 1966 Spauldings 5 1 3 Center Little Rock 263 YVV - - E sK.3-ms R E A LT Y I JOHN F. KENNEDY BOULEVARD 0 NORTH LlTTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 72116 264 They Work Magic At KitIIe's Garage 1317 Poplar St. N.L.R 7' X . 0' . -4 'rr x I' -Viv, .Q J , , -rx, ,. AJ . ' E ' N . . 3- -.. M r'."' "E" CIBDIIIEIEQEIBQDUHCBEUBQ as you like 'emi . . . cheddar goodness nippy 'n' tangy 10096 pure beef . . . ground fresh daily . . . served piping hot . . . on roasted bun m'm'n1'rn good! TRY 'EM-YOU'lL LIKE 'EMI useful-caaqudog .Ao McDonalds ' your address here DEESE HARDWARE 8. SPORTING GOODS 4132 E Wash. N.L.R. WI 5-7178 gg-if LAKEWOOD PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE Hwy. 5 Sz McCain Blvd. North Little Rook, Arkansas Elmer Schmitt John Mitchell ff :f 5-1- on To sPlAwN oursomw sfnvlcf 'X ll wElNemfN's ,Q . N22 , E' Q 3132 Dike Ave. 4, for the X '33 V K W I Best Value In Town gl 265 -- DOn't Gamble With Your Money! TWIN CITY BANK Assures You Top Security And Service! 201 Main St., North Little Rock Open An Account With Us Soon! 451 7 Lynch Drive LOU'S BEAUTY SALON A ,Lg XD' Phone wi 5-3156 LN and air-conditioning 9217 N. Benton Hiwy. For Health ,T .1?3gfE11",R'h ,m, " Q 5. Itls Time to Stop at RAND WHOLESALE HOB-NCB OROOERY ' 'ff DRIVE-IN Q 3805 Conway Hwy N.L.R. 1200 Pike AVG- 3 North Little Rock, Ark. ' I RM ' 5 ta' CENTRAL ' lx . if ' , ,,e,,i,,,, 1-2'-ff Fam UIIMPANY f -ff f Y vw , B' ash' Fresh Fruit WML .19 I vc 5 , . LITTLE ROCK YEA wlwcms e ! Mo SELIGMAN 1 Si com MARKH CAJRN 3 X Write to or Come by gk P. O. Box 694 X J North Little Rock, Ark. ' ir-fl, PERRY'S GULF I MCCOL L UM-K E L L EY J 45113 Conway Pike LUMBER 81 SUPPLY CO. Phone for Days SK 3-0959 Wrecker Nights SK 3-4035 2522 E Broadway STENGER AUTO SUPPLY INC. Everyone Loves The Service At 5600 W 12th St 108 W. ROOSEVELT NORTH LITTLE ROCK , ' DAVIDIS D131 M5 4-3891. Dial FR 6-2997 FR 2-1851 ff IR' DRUG STORE LITTLE ROCK LITTLE ROCK 701 W. BROADWAY 'N QQ, 1 8th and Maple 266 53 Professional Building The Coca-Cola Bohling Co. 4Q.g35', Bus. Phones Res. Phone FR. 5-7567 SK. 3-2620 FR. 4-0534 T I Cl Sz L C-EOROE E. BROWN Gamers aundfy NEW at USED CARS 612 EAST BROADWAY, NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 1522 Main St. N,L 'EVER "TH fit: 5 Y fx WHITE PIG INN ij v Congratulations Delicious Bar-be-que. R F. Seniors! ' I A fl .' KEN CASEY 5231 E. Broadway I t-Lie.: 'fg-- I -ii I, T I l MFA Insurance S15 A. ,f I Auto Financing DRINK 1 I of Little Rock I I PIKE PLAZA SHOPPING 5 TMERCHANTS Asso N SCOTT'S FIVE AND TEN , 314 Main st. N,L,R, 'Eff-13 ROGERS REALTY Corinne Rogers R. E. Rogers SK 3-2108 "DUB" SATTERFIElD'S BARBER SHOP 203 E. Second N,L.R' 2: POE MOTOR COMPANY 601 west 4TH STREET CHRY NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS FRc1nklin 5-0288 MARSH HARDWARE CO 1700 Main Street North Little Rook HEIGHTS lov ,X H ,- 'if 7 Y CENTER, mc ff H W A A ' af 5918 'R' Street Little Rook A BALANCED FUND? INVESTORS MUTUAL, INC. CALL YOUR He represents INVESTORS Diversified Services, Inc., mn Precious Milestones exclusive national distributor for these mutual funds. Belong In For prospectus-booklet on any of these funds, call telephone number below. Or clip this complete adverv l tisement, circling the service which interests you, and POI'tI'3.1tS - mail it to your INVESTORS Man: i l I We furnish cap gl gown Lynville L. Yielding 320 West Capitol Avenue . V Photographlc Little Rock, Arkansas ' D . FR 4-6315 SK 3-0429 Studlo t-33135 i.1 ffififif5:5:352525535f5f5f5f5f1EIEifif1f'fif3f1f?f3fifif3fifff izi EIfifff5fifYfff7:1fif-f123f3E5fffifffiE3E5Eifffffififif53fififffiflf?f3fffififff5f5E3ffE155if5fifififif53fIfff1fififif5E5E3iffEfifififEfEfffEffffffEEfififEfEff23ifSfifEEE?EE5EEigfifififEfEfEfEffEEffEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEQEEEEEEEEE 4 A 'Kb'vE'iifiSEB"'i'N "" L ViAi5'E,4"i5os'r,V'LooKQ. REi1'b'ER's DIGEST '55M55f:Ei1: 268 Roy E. Barker 2 Produce if t' 43:1 Og- v 121 MAGNOLIA 5 1 9 QU -haf ff f l 9 6 ? "1' 3, ,f' A , .-it , .,:- . H e NORTH LITTLE RooK ' Teenagers Headquarters Where Fashion Begins . . . At . . Not An Age . . . "But The Look" Shelly Rand's Not A Size . Open Mon. 8: Fri. 'til 9 p.1'I1. 406 Louisianna FR 6-1088 You Get Blue Ribbon Service From Kfmufv- X Pmfnsou X X flfcmc co. X RE . X 110 Gum N. L. R. Trying To Think Of A Good -A Place To Eat? Q1 ' A . ev' - x 1 x G' E. 90 SADLER'S Cleaner 81 Laundry 3 QQ Then Try Q , KELLY SADLER, Owner V ANDY'S DAIRY FREEZE 1808 Pike Ave. Telephone FR 5-4230 24 3801 Conway Hwy' NoRTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 1 9 3 Krebs Bros. 5" Esso "Q s"""" co' 901 Pike Ave. DEALER N. L. R. 413 W. Capitol Ave. gif- ff' " FR 2-0139 Fresh Fruit Year If -.A FR 2-0130 26 'Round . 1 KW ,gf ' Q' l.EvY L YWMQM POPE-PERCIFUI. MOTORS ALL STAR fzijgg-355 MW, 1222 EAST BROADWAY " Q gr X! NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 3304 Pike Ave. 'EE ,-2' WIIWEASH HALE CO. REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 303 E. BROADWAY, N.L.R. ToIly's Drive Inn 3200 Fair Park Little Rook, Ark. - FR 5-9973 e 4315333152 sflwoon 'A - g ,I C harcoal - i3,!,.- ' A HBfZi1ed senvlcf cfm 'H am urgers 407 Broadway 1608 S. University 3715 J.F.K., N.L.R. call Kr we'1l have your order ready 4218 CONWAY HWY. NORTH LITTLE ROCK 269 el-' J U I of I . AJ'on 'x Fl mc ,H - 'un F 1 , ,ww . O o c ' akgqkf L Q '- al -' " JC-T Q 9 ,. QP, 7 L-' G Oatmeal if ' Xl , 1 X X 'I A Just Right For Dunking Best Wishes Seniors! MITCHELL MACHINERY C0. 100 W. Bethany Rd. North Little Rock, Ark. Distributors of the Top Line of Heavy Construction mcxsows olmm coolufs coNGRATULAT1oNs Pizza 21 Y n X' sEN1oRs Supreme KINDS . P TWIN CITY BA N K Honk -Tonk Piano , y , . .,,, uid We Banjo J 201 Main, North Little Rock Refreshing biuldh Beverages JOIN THE FUN A .. - .. A ATI. DENVER'S BARBER sHoP COME AS YOU in S H S YE PUBLEC HOUSE 2614 Main st. GNN? GWW0 North Little Rock 2721 Poplar FOR PIZZA TO GO-CALL FR 6-4256 Almerco Metal Products 200 EAST 13th STREET NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 270 Awnings Aluminum Screen Doors Patio Covers Storm Doors Carports Storm Windows Aluminum Screens All items made in our shop 5 Ways You Can Get Ahead in the Boorning M A X AUTOMATIC A - gmfipmp Auto Service and Welding Business y ' " , I - -M 1--S 2 ' I , I YOU ca.n learn one of these trades .Q tar " " ""' S " - ,. iggltg QIJQQQL ,IQBL -- 35 5.Q,.jI, and earn one of the highest salaries 74 'S , " ,fifty 9 ' N - I R as 15 in the automotive field. f' "'Fl'lI:,-Sv ' I I ?'?'ilIlil.ii,,L:? ,,5fT' - ' .. A nl , . . , -S ily I fi a 1, , And you ll learn surprisingly fast if X ,H ? ' I ' 1 with our on-the- job kind of training. ' ' ' " ' A "" Just pick the job you would like to FRONT END ALIGNIVI ENT TRANSMISSION REBUILDING have, listed below, and call orwrite BRAKE SERWCE us for information on how you can make more money as a mechanic! . ---- ,...--'X I B V b NX I fr fe N ' T , ,-T " 1 N X S ,I W 'X STE- XR 'Q ' I i .. wa, W! Q I -i 1. X -X. fi- A "I , 'mi I 2 , f ..A,.,,, "1 ' ,- "' ,rg ff HJ - I ' , . ,I XZ ' 2 Rakim v.. 3 P V D , V 'ff-13" ..f-.,. Ls. f , 5 " . I'-fx I 5135 AUTOMOBILE ELECTR ICAIT Z ,.., ,X j ,, Q ' . 3 . aff-'-l.Lg,2 SERVICE , ,5, . 5, ,. wtf , lhhblv X P , ,., ,.., ..1. A A . I-IELIARC ALUMINUM WELDING SD ' ' ELECTRIC 8: ACETYLENE WELDING BODY AND FENDER WORK EXPERT PAINTING AUTOMOTIVE AND CE TRAL ARKANSAS TRADE SCHOOL, INC. OFFERING COURSES in Engine Tune-Up -Brakes and Front End - Air Conditioning - Body and Fender Repair - Painting - Automotive Electrical and Welding 2000 Thayer Street P.O. BOX 5012 Little Rock, Arkansas 72206 Phone MO 4-0480 11 Y I l I ll Arkansas School 0i DIstInctIon - BUSINESS TRAINING ooESN'I cosr-N PAYS- G I A , T d d E D it Openjngliiiriliglgrgsgzbisimen In SCHUUL UF ff 1" I OF BUSIQIESS EE3COl5lI1gl?T1Oq15xCPI-TTECEIIDIAMMING 3, 3, O AND ALSSSINIEISISHIASMINISTRATION 'I - G Q IBM DATA PROCESSING MORNING-AFTERNOON AND EVENING CLASSES Small Classes - Individual Instruction DIAL Low Tuition- Free Parking Free Placement Department Modern Equipment He ted d Centrally a an In Air-Conditioned Bulldin Send g WYE FINANCE YOUR TRAINING Today For Our Catalog Ask About Our Free Counseling Service Arkansas School 5606 West 12th oi Business 8. Training Institute Listed Below are some of North Little Rock's recent graduates that in the past year have been training for "Jobs of the Future." Miss Darlene Wheaton Miss Nancy Penny Miss Irma Cole Miss Carolyn Cunningham Miss Sharon Young Miss Diana Farrish Miss Janice McKee Miss Judy Moore Miss J oAnn Phillips Miss Carolyn Simpson Miss Jerry Baver Miss Dianne Satterfield Miss Donna Taylor Mr. Paul Edward Mr. Bobby Glen DuBose Mr. John Herring Mr. Jim McClain Mr. Tedford Stagg Mr. Melvin Coudle 271 RALPH STANLEY 491 7 KENNEDY BLVD. SK-7651 Q Groceriflfd ggi? Mea A 'ii-L?-'E u 3623 Carnp Robinson W , , North Little Rock, Ark. ' + A ef BENNETT'S Boov SHOP ' 0!Vf'5 - 'I ' 3117 East Washington r-- SANDWICHES -'1 ' J North Little Rock Nleatball-Italian Sub-Sausage WI 5-2136 Old C ar Troubles Got You In A Stew? Let VAUOHAN-HICKS MOTORS HELP P 301 Broadway L.R. PHlllIP'S MEN'S STORE sos MAIN um: nocx T gtg 272 E. M. WETZLER SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 3321 Pike Avenue North Little Rock Arkansas , KO LH en K ey ,J , 6 " xt N f 1 f. r 5? .marlei X . f TQ Serwghyou Y - t fl ff ffl 1 N' ?i"t'f,ggL ,W t F ine Meats N WN , N X 1, 4'--TAT, CHITIP N, rx W 1 13 N , 1 f, . R0biHS0n Rd. M '5Q.-1 '.'- f 1 -S1 - ,Q i-V . CZ A A ' 'B M I -i sIiEST IN POPULAR MUSIC X X Mfffg ers 953353325228 A OF NORTH LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS PHONE WI 517555 I . CIQOCKEI-I Moron SALES USED CARS AND TRUCKS WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES FUR CLEAN CARS Worlds best synonym HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR USED CARS 8: TRUCKS Pr-ICINE FR 4-5506 - FR44-SZCID 1ITI-I 81 SPRING STREETS LITTLE REICK, ARK. ii DON SIlIART"SI I SWESBOE NORTH LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS SK 3-9654 LAKE HILL SHOPPING CENTER 'C for quality! Main Street - Little Rock BEST WISHES FROM Someone fs egg fagsgioggyjhjg f'fjfyOU Qef ff?" MIII-IIUNTINENT wIIuIEsIIII cn., INC. A A 409 Collins Street Lihle Rock Jewelers and Silversmifhs Compliments of 619 Main St. Little Rock, Arkansas A FRIEND EPTIEFEZEJKS PIzEcAsT iw E-ef CONCRETE sEPTIc TANKS 5-5-gh fag DELIVERED 8. "'5g3j9, vfT11, INSTALLED 13.31 ' ' - DME fiyggfl SKyIine 3-4701 IF N0 ANSWER CALL SKyline 3-4282 E T E R S O N CONCRETE SEPTIC TANK CO. qoNwAY Pl'KE Congratulations to the Class of 19236 We like to deal with young people HERBERT JONES 504 Asher Aves. Little Rock 273 K ARKANSAS 4 f. 4 gy M MM J , 'NJ' of 5 ww 5 ff ,Mm Q MJ KQQXWK. JZDWW WW My 4 agp? Ch w1WfTil,j7M mi X? S ZQBCILQ XX 6 ur yy 559 WN gg? C Q, 5 Ek X 'W "-4, ' 'J '57 7- ggi. M f W W 5 gh MW! VW Q ff W + at f ff if R s :fe 6 SL QT W V 1 3 ,f W I J W1 jf X jp M ff? XA fbi? . Nik, My if 1, MOMJWXUJ fx ph Ng 275 I QSM bgxcu ' 09' f?gf,,7l Xiifoigiijiigfif N 5 W QL 9' + Qi' qui? GX? 0 vt fda, Lam' , X s 5 ws M H1 956 UJLU -WW My ODcr,4pC1N9' . 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"N QV U R J sw 1 -'55 K 19 3 -54 'ww V A Q t 1 of cnorth fittle enoclc Sligh School Studento jndex Aaron, Steve . . . 163 Abbott,Brenda . . . . 213 Abbott, Carolyn . . . . 233 Abraham, Sammy . . 163 Achard, Jimmy . . 233 Ackerman, John . . . 213 Adametz, John ..... . 233 Adams, Brenda Kay . . . . 233 Adams, Frank .... . . 213 Adams,John .... . 233 Adams, Margaret . . . 233 Adams, Mike .... . . 213 Adams, Patti ...... . . 213 Adams, Sharon Elaine . . . . 233 Adcock, Carolyn .... . . 233 Adkins, Kay ..... . . 233 Adkins, Sam . . . 163 Ahart, Brenda .... . . 213 Aldridge, Mike .... . . 233 Alexander, Sandra Kay . . . . . 233 Alexander, Tom H. . . . . 213 Allen, Dickie ..... . . 213 Allen, Kay .... . . 163 Allen, Mark Ray . . . . 233 Allen, Vicki ..... . 163 Allinder, James B. . . 213 Allinder, Linda . . . . 233 Alpizar, Alicia . . . . . . . 163 Anderson, Elaine . . . 144,163 Anderson, Eugene . . . . . 163 Anderson, Jimmy .... . . 233 Anderson, Timothy W. . . . . 164 Andrews, Betty .... . . 233 Andrews, Dottie ..... . 233 Andrews, John Anthony . . . . 213 Andrews, Lillian .... . . 164 Antonacci, Charlotte . . . . 213 Archer, Mike .... . . 233 Ard, Robert R. .... . . 164 Arendt, Danny Eugene . . . . 233 Armbrust, Brenda . . . . . 213 Armstrong, Tommy . . . . 233 Arnold, Jo ...... . . 233 Athy, Cherece . . . . . . . 233 Atkinson, Pat . . ...... 233 Ault, Rick . . . . . 134,149,164 Avant, Anne . . ..... 213 Avery, Michael . . .... 164 Babbitt, Holly . . . 213 Bahil, Bobby . . . . 164 Bailey, Dwight . . . 164 Bailey, Graham . . . 164 Bailey, Nadine . . . . 164 Bakalekos, Gail . . . . 213 Bakalekos, John . . . 132,164 Baker, Judy .... .... 2 13 Baker, Rosemary . . . 141,164 Baldridge, Beckie . . . . . 213 Baldwin, Brenda J. . . . 150,164 Baldwin, Bruce . . . . . . . 233 Ballew, Anne . . . . 165 Bane, Frank . . . . 213 Bane, Nancy ., ........... 213 Baney, Nancy L. ....... 145,165 Bangert, John C .... 132,137,150 165 Bankston, Paul F. ...... 91,213 Banning, Sandy Lee . . . 165 Bargar, Darlene Sue . . . . 233 Barker, Jane .... . . 214 Barker, Jannie . . . 214 Barkley, Pam . . . 214 Barkley, Pat . . . 214 Barnes, Steve . . . . . 214 Barnett, Larry . . . . . 233 Barnett, Pamela Sue . . . 214 Barnett, Robert M. . . 165 Barnett, Sandy Kay . . . 165 Barrett, Beverly . . 165 Barrett, Gary . . . . 233 Barron, Becky . . . 214 Bartholmey, Gillis Bartlett, Dan . . . Bass, Robert C. . Bates, Allen .... Baugher, George . Bauman, Yvonne . . Beason, Lana .... Beaver, Phyllis Diane Beavers, Glenda . . Begin, Phil ...., Bell, Marsha . . Bell, Vann .... Benight, Thomas W. Bennett, Emma Jane Berger, Barbee . . Berger, Mike . . . Bevan, Lynn Tina . Bice, Becky . . . Biery, Dale .... Biggs, Billy ..... Biggs, Erskine fMacl Biggs, Nina ..... Biggs, Sharon .... Biles, Jamie . . . Billingsley, Sharon . Bise, Carolyn . . . Bise, Jeanloe . . Bishop,Carol . Bishop, Larry . Bivens,Jerry . . Bizzell,Carolyn . . Blackwell, Michael . Blackwood, Dan . . . Blaine, Jo-Ann . . . Blakeney, Judy Lynn Blanchard, Charles H. Blanchard, W. M. . Bland, Shiela .... Blanton, Patsy . . . Blasingame, Ronnie . Blevins, Bobby .... Blevins, Jimmy . Blevins, Sharon . Blevins, Vonda . Blodgett, Betsy . Blount, Carole . Blount, Cynthia . Blucker, Karyn . Boaz, Mike .... Boerner, Jerry W. . Bolich, Penny . . Bolin, Gary W. . Bolton, James L. . Bond, Floyd Glen . Bonge, Linda Lea . Book, Marilyn . . . Booker, Virginia . Bookout, Kenny . . . Boone, Clayton . . . Borengasser, William Bost, John ..... Bost, Merry ..... Bostic, Danny Bostic, Donna . Bowen, Billy . . Bowman, Glenette . Bowman, Patricia . . Bowren, Eddie . . Bowren, Rita .... Boyd, Paula .... . .165 . 165 . . 214 . . 233 . 233 . .233 . 214 . .214 . 214 . . 93 . 214 . 233 . .165 . 165 . 233 . 214 . 239 . . . 165 . . 90,214 . . 214 . 166 . 166 . 166 . 233 . 214 . 214 . 166 . 233 . . 166 . 166 . 214 .. . 166 . . 92,214 . . 166 . . . 214 . . .. 233 143,166 . . 149,166 . . .166 . 166 . . 214 . 167 . . 167 . . . 214 . . 145,233 . . 144,167 .. . 167 . . 214 . 214 . . 167 . 233 . .. . 167 . .. . 214 87,142,167 . .. . 214 . .145,233 . . . 214 . . 167 . 233 . 214 . . 93 . . 233 . 167 . 214 . 167 . . 233 .. 233 ....214 ....233 145,150,167 Boydston, Marsha Joyce ..... . 233 Bradford, Dan . . . . Bradley, Ronnie . . Bradley, Tommy . . Bradshaw, Christy . Brady, Rick . . I. Branch, Rebecca . Branch, Susie .... Branson, James Lee Brant, Phyllis Ann ....215 . 167 . . 233 . 215 . 168 . . 168 .. . 233 . . 93,233 . . 150,168 Brant, Robert Clifton . . 168 Branton, Ray .... . . 233 Bratcher, Judy . . . . 168 Bratcher, Mary . . . . . 215 Brazel, Doug . . . . . . . 92 Bredlow, Tim . . . . . 150,168 Brejot, Mary Lynn . . . . 215 Brents,Nelda ...... . . 168 Breshears, Peggy Jean . . . . 215 Brewer, Harold ..... . . 168 Briley, Benny R. . ..... 169 Brinkley, Anne . . .... 138,215 Brinkley, Gwyn . . 138,150,169 Brinkley, Keith . . ..... 169 Brlsby, Marilyn . . . . 169 Brooks, Gary . . . . 215 Brown, Becky L. . . . 169 Brown, Glenda . . . . 169 Brown, Jeannie . . . . 169 Brown, Karen S. . . . . 169 Brown, Martha Faye . . 215 Brown, Patricia . . . . 234 Brovsm, Rebecca M. . . 234 Brown, Ricky . . . . . 215 Bruch, Rebecca . . . . 169 Brummitt, Marcia . . . 169 Bryant, Steve . . . . . 215 Buckley, Sandy . . . . . 215 Budlong, Gary Dean . . 234 Buell, Jarel L. . . . . . . 169 Buercklin, Sharron . . . 150,169 Bullock, Pamela E. . .... 215 Bunch, Donald . . . . . 149,170 Burkett, Kathy . . . . 215 Burleson, Norma . Burllson, Tommy . Burnett, Bill . . Burnett,Jackle . . Burns, Harriet . Burns, Laverne . Burns, Lavonne . Burton, Joseph . Busbea, Sharon . . Busby, Glen . . . Bush, Tommy . . Butler, Danny . . . Butler, Jo Elaine . Butler, Johnny . . . Byers, John Lawrence Byers, Sara Jane . . Byrd, Beverly Ann . Byrd, Patricia Louise Caldwell, Charles . Calhoun, Donna . Calhoun, Nathan . Camden, Bobby . Campbell, Delane . . Campbell, Michael . . Campbell, Sharon . . Campbell, Steve . . Campbell, Terri Lynn Caple, Debbie . . . . Cargile, Anne .... ....234 ......170 86,132,170 .....234 . . 215 . . 170 . . 170 . .. 170 . . 150,170 . .. . 170 . .. . 170 142,144,170 145,149,170 170 ....215 . . 171 . . 234 . . 234 . . 171 . . 215 . . 234 . . 215 . . 215 . . 171 . . 171 . . 171 . . 234 . . 234 . . 171 Carlton, William Pearson . . . . 215 Carpenter, Dana . . . . . . . 234 Carpenter, Glen . . . Carr, Cindy .... Carroll, Linda . . . Carter, Connie Ruth Carter, Janna Lee . Carter, Joyce . . . Carter, Russell . Carter, Toni . . Carter, Wade . . . Carver, Carolyn . . Cary, Johnna Lea . Caton, Donna Sue . Cave, Carol .... Cavinee, Jamie Ann Cearley,Marllyn . . ..93 .. 234 ..171 ..234 ..234 ..234 ..171 ....234 ......215 105,145,171 .....215 . .. . 234 . . 144,171 . .. 215 . .171 281 Foley , Lynn ..... Duke, Dean .... , . ..... . 282 Chappell, Judy .... Charles, Candy . . . Chastain, Carolyn Sue Childers, Ann .... Childers, Mike . . . Chrestman, Violet Gay Christensen, Al K. . . Christy, Chris S. . . Church, Linda . . . Clardy, Dennis . . . Clardy, Susan Diana Clark, Donna .... Clark, James R. . . Clark, Lee . Clark, Neil . . . Clark, Ronnie . . . Clay, Jerry Wayne . . Cleary, Debby . . Cline, Sally . Clinton, Gary . Clowers, Judy . . . Cochran, Janette . Cochran, Ricky . . Cody, Bill ....., Cohen, Ronald .... Coffield, Peggy Leah Colclasure, Richard . Colclasure, Rudy . . . Collie, Connie Diane . Collins, Diana Carole Collins, Jeff ..... Cook, Beverly . Cook, Debbie . . Cook, Frances . Cook, Jackie . . Cook, Ralph .... Cook, Rondal Earl . Cook, Sandy . . . Coomes, Douglas . Cooper, Danny . . Cooper, Mike .... Cooper, Rebecca . . . Copeland, Janice Parks Cordell, Jimmy . . . Corpier, Henry Louis Corriveau, Jim .... Costello, Stephanie . Cotton, Linda .... Cotton, Patsy .... Coulter, Anthony John Covington, Skip . . . Cowan, Janet ..... Cox, Brenda . . Cox, Charles ..... Cox, Edgar ...... Cranford, Judy Carol Crossman, Kathleen . Crouch, Judith .... Crow, Myra L. . . . Crowell, Randy .... Cruse, Gaylon Eugene Cruse, Lana ..... Cruse, Gary ..... Culpepper, Montie . Cummings, Jennie . . Cunningham, Donna . Curry, David . . . Curry, James . Curtis, Darlene . Curtis, Johnny , Cyr, Patricia . . Dales, Christie . . . Daniels, Margaret . . Daniels, Pat .... Davenport, Karen . Davidson, Lee .... Davidson, Randy Joe . Davidson, Rita . . . Davis,Clyde . . Davis, Charles . . Davis, Debra . . Davis, Jim . . Davis, John . . . . 137,171 . . . 215 . . . 215 . . 234 . . 215 . . 172 . . 172 . . 215 . . 234 . . 172 . . 215 . . 215 . . . 172 . . 215 . . 172 . . 172 . . 234 . 234 . . 172 . . 234 . . 215 . . 172 . . . 234 . . 92 . ..... 172 .......215 87,143,172 . .. .172 .. 215 . . 213 . . 172 . .. . 234 . . 141,234 . 173 . . 173 . . 173 , . 216 . . 234 . . 234 . . . 93 . . 216 . . 173 . . 216 . . 216 . . 234 . . . 216 . .. . 234 . . 144,173 173 . . 234 . . 173 . . 234 . . 216 . . 216 .. 234 . . 216 . . 173 . . 234 . . 174 . 89,216 . 93,234 . . 234 . . 88,174 . . 216 . . 216 . . 216 . . 174 . . 234 . . 234 . . 174 . . 217 .. .217 . . 234 . . 174 . .. . 217 . .145,217 ...217 ..234 ..217 ..174 ,..234 . . 136,174 ....174 Davis,June . . . . 217 Davis, Larry . . . 174 Davis, Linda . . . . 217 Davis, Mickey . . ..... 93 Davis, Mike .... ...... 2 34 Davison, Carolyn . . . 134,149,174 Dawes, Jimmy .... ..... 2 34 Dean, Debby ....... . . 217 Deane, Donna Delores . . . . 217 Deaton, Steve A. .... . . 234 Deere, Barbara . . . 217 Deese, Carolyn . . . . 217 Deeter, James W .... . . 174 DeFoe, Donna ...... . . 217 Dempster, Robert Shaw . . . . 217 Derrick, Don ....... . . 217 Derrock, Teresa Melinda . . . . 234 Derryberry, Betty .... . . 174 DeVore, Elizabeth . . . 217 DeVore, Patricia . .... 175 Dew, Steve ........... 93,234 Dew, Tommy ....... 87,105,132 175 142,143,143,153, Dickens, Kathy ........... Dickerson, Carol Ann . . . . Dickson, Bill ...... . . Diederich, Jeanne . . . . Dillon, Dicky . . . . . Dillon, Nancy Gail . . . Dillon, Sue .... . . Dively, Phil . . . . . Dixon, Shirley A. . . . Dobbins, Marti . . . . Dodd, Virginia . . . Dollar, Sherry . . . . Donadlson, Joseph . . . Donham, David . . . . . Dornblaser, Ronny . . . Douglas, Jay ..... . . Dozier, Alice ..... . . Droke, Adrian Carl . . Dudley, Larry William ...... Duke, Danny .... . . 93,145, Dull, Daniel A.,Jr. . Dull, William Donald Dumas, Robert Allen Dunivan, Pam .... Durham, Diana Gail . . DuVall, Lisa .... Dyer, Randy W. . East, Alice Faye . . Eastham, Ronnie L. . Edmonds, Norma A. . Edwards, Daryel W. . Edwards, David . . Edwards, Ricky . Eller, Paul ..... Ellington, Mary Jo . Elliott, Barbara Ann Ellis, Diana . . . . . Ellis, Mike .... . Ellis, Phillip . . Elrod, David L. . Elrod, Jim ...... .e ee Esch, Diane ...... . . Eschenbrenner, Susan . . . . Eudy, Judy ....... . . Ewing, Vincent ..... . . . 234 234 234 174 93 175 175 217 175 217 175 175 175 175 234 234 175 217 217 234 90 175 217 234 217 217 217 217 176 176 176 176 234 217 234 217 234 217 234 176 176 217 217 234 217 176 Farmer, Sandra Leigh . . . .144,176 Farris, Debbie . . . . . Fegert, Trina . . . . . Ferguson, Elinor . . . Fell, Ernest . . . . . Fess, Joanie ..... . . Fewell, Darla ..... . . Finch, Frederick Lee . . . . Finch, Pam ..... . . Fink, Jimmy . . . . . Finley, Harry L. . . . Finney, Jan . . . . Finney, Sammy . . . . Firestone, Bruce . . . 234 176 217 235 235 176 176 217 176 217 177 218 235 Fishback, Joe Luther Fisher, Danny .... Fisher, James .... Fisher, Phillip .... 93,145,153,235 Flanagan, Janice .......... Fleming, Bruce Robert ...... Foehner, Charles E. . . 86,142,177 218 Ford, Frances . .' . Ford, Mary Jane . . Ford, Sharon . . . Ford, Suzette .... Formica, Constance . Forte, Charlotte . . . Fortner, Bobby Joe Fortner, Dodie .... Fortner, Jimmy . . Fortner, Nancy . . Fortson, Barbara . . Foster, Doak .... Fraser, Ricky A. . Frazier, Connie . . Frazier, Tommy . Freeland, Linda A. . Freeman, David . . . Freeman, Larry G. . . Freeman, Pat .... French, Sharon . Frost, Jack . . Fulford, Van . . . Fulmer, Glenda . . Fulton, Jan . . . Furcron, Ted . . Furnell, Alice D. . . Futrell, James . . . . . Gaban, Lewis Edward Gadberry, Brady . . Gadberry, Donna Jean Gadberry, Erma . . . Gage, Robert .... Galbraith, Sheila Gaye Gann, James .... . Gardner, Virginia . . Garner, Barbara . . Garner, George Mike Garner, Larry A. . . Garner Linda .... Garrett, Barbara . Garrett, Charlotte . Garrison, Gary . . Gaskins, Lenard . . Gates, Gates, Sam .... Lynn .... Gatewood, Havanna . Gatewood, Mike . . . Gault, Kathy ..... Gazaway, Kay Debby ...e Gazaway, Susan . . . . Gentry, Gentry , Gibbs , Gibson, Becky . . . Janis . . Sue .... Rebecca . . Giger, Donna . . . . . Giger , James . . . . Gilbert, Linda Carol . . Gillespie, Dana . . . Gillespie, Dona . . . Gilmer, Margaret . . Ginnocchio, Judy . Glass,Christy . . Glaze, Sandy Lee . . Glenn, Jill ..... Glover, Jimmy .... Glover, John David . Glover, Lee Annette . Glover, Margaret Ann Glover, Robin .... Glover, Ronnie . . Glynn, Larry . . Goad, Kathy . . Godsey, Quin . . . Goetsch, Jeanna . . 177 235 177 235 218 177 . . 130,133 134,149,177 .Q .1 .8.9 177 235 177 218 ,177 218 177 235 235 235 177 235 177 178 235 218 235 178 235 218 218 . 145,218 ' .' 137 ........ ..144 ...- 235 178 235 178 ,178 178 235 218 218 178 178 179 235 179 235 179 179 93 235 218 235 ,179 179 179 218 133,140,179 Q e - 1 e . . . . 150, e . e . . e e . . e e . 179 218 179 179 179 235 218 180 180 180 235 180 218 218 218 218 218 235 235 218 235 235 218 218 Goff, Patsy .... Gonnelly, John A. . Gonnely, Mary . Gordon, Bobby . Gordon, Brenda . . Gordon, Dianne . Gorman, Ronnie . . Goss, Bob .... Goss, Connie ..... . . 218 . . 218 . 235 . . 89 . . 180 . . 218 . . 180 ......235 ......235 Goss, Pat ...... 134,143,149,180 218 Gossett, David Lloyd . Gosvener, Milton . . Gough, Marcia . . . Gower, Sandra . . Graham, Bob . Graham, Janie . . . . . . 180 . . 235 . . 235 ......180 ......235 Graham, Maurice .... 87,132,150,180 Grandon, Carol Grantham, Danny . . Graue, Charlotte . . Gray, Billy .... Gray, Elvada G. . Gray, John . . . Gray, Karen . . Graziani, Joel . . Green, Billy . . Green, Gwen . . Green, Joy .... Green, Robert W. . Green, Susan .... Gregg, Bob .,.... Grebb, Brenda Gail . . Griffe, Marianne . Griffey, Richard . . Griffith, Randy . . Griffith, Ronny . . Grise, John . . . Grisham, Janey . . Grisham, Rita . . Grissom, David . . Grissom, Steve .... Gustus, ,,., Grizzle, Carolyn .... Grubbs , Grubbs , Barbara Arlene Janet ..... Guenther, William S. . Guffey, Alene Peggy . . Guiltner, Jay ..... Gunnar , Gunter , Gunter , Charles . . Keith .... Gail ...... Gunter, Larry Kenneth . Vance Robert . Gwatney, Marilyn . . . Hackler, Teresa . . Hahn, Pat . .... . Hale, Craig Morris . . Hale, Ronald . . . Hale, Hall, Hall Halli Hall, Hall, Sally . . Diane . . James . John .... LaTreece . . Linda ...... Halliburton, Analee . . Hallman, Nancy . . . Hallmark, Vicki . . Halter, Marsha . . Hamblin, Gordon . . . Hamblin, Kathy June . Hamilton, Clay ..... Hamilton, Linda Carol . Hamlett, Carl ..... Hammack, Donna Lea . Hammond, Sara .... Hammons, Connie . . Handley, Sarah N. . Hankins, Gary . . Hanry, Michael . . . Hanson, Karen Sue . . Hardin, Eugene .... Hardwick, John Charles Hargrove, Gary . . . Harkleroad, Carolyn . . ......218 . . 93,235 . .. 180 . . 235 . . 218 . . 180 . 235 . . 235 . . 235 . . 218 . . 235 . . 219 . . 219 .. . 219 . . . 181 . . 150,181 . . . 219 . . . 181 . . 181 . . 181 . . 219 . . 219 . . 219 . . . 235 . . . 181 . . . . 236 . . . . 219 . . 219 . . 181 . . 181 . . 181 . 181 . 236 . .219 . . . 219 . . 181 . 236 . .181 . .219 . 182 . 219 . . 182 . . 182 . . 182 . . 236 . . 219 . . 236 . . 219 . . 219 . . 236 . 93,236 . . .236 . . 182 . .. 182 . . 182 . . . 182 . . 219 . 219 . . 182 . . 236 ' . . 182 . . 219 . . . 236 . . . . . 236 . . 144,182 . . .. 236 Harkleroad, Jim . . Harmon, Douglas . Harmon, Greg . . Harmon, Rodney . . Harper, Phyllis . Harper, Steve . Harrell, Lewis . . Harrell, Linda . . Harriell, Bill M. Harrill , Lloyd ....... Harrington, Sharron Sue Harris, Billy Ray . . . Harris, Bobby Joe . . Harris, David . . . Harrison, Bobby . . Harrison, John E. . . . . Harrison, Kathy ...... Harrison, Kathy Michele Harrison, Robin Lee . . Hartwick, Lynn Hartwick, Terry Harvey, Dale . . Harvey, Diana . . Harvey, Mike . Harvill, Sandra . . . Hasley, Doug ...... Hassell, Linda Carol . . Hatcher, Lynn ..... Hatchett, Darrell . . Haustein, Diana . . . Haustein, Gary Lee . . Haver, Gary ..... Hawkins, Jan . Hay, Henry . . Hay, Paulette . . Hays, Cindy .... Hays, Sharron Kay . . Head, Gloria .... Head, Pat ........ Hearne, Skippy ..... Heathcock, Jeannie Carol Hedgecock, Mike .... Hedgecock, Pat ...... Heerboth, Esther Marie Heerboth, Everett L. . . . Heilman, Patrick Michael Helton, Diane ...... Helton, Linda . . . Henderson, Alana . . Hendrickson, Jo . . Hennis, Jerry W. . Henry, David . . . Herlocker, Lolly . Herrick, Frances . . Herring, Carmen . Hewitt, Coy . . . Hewitt, Dava . . . Hickerson, Linda . Hickey, Cathy . . Hickey,James . . Hickey, Nettie .... Hicks, Charles C. . Hicks, John .... Hicks, Kerry . . . Hicks, Robert ..... Higginbotham, Linda . . Higgs, Dub ...... Hightower, Sharon . . Hill, David Gary . Hill, Freddy . . . Hill, Irma ..... Hill, Marie Elaine . . Hinds, Greg . . . Hinkle, Janet . . . Hinkle, Lindsey . . . Hitt, Alan Taylor . . Hitt, Steven .... Hobbs, William G. . Hocott, Terry . . . Hodge, Linda Kay . . Hodges, Rebecca S. . . Hoggard, Mary Jo . . Hoggard, Thomas . . . .' 150, 1 . 93, . f 136, I I 130, . .'88, ' 140,145 . . 138, ....93, . - 5 . . 138, .'.'92, 89,145, 144,150, . 6 182 183 183 219 183 236 219 219 236 183 236 236 219 236 183 183 183 236 219 236 183 184 236 93 184 92 219 219 219 219 236 184 236 184 184 184 219 219 219 236 219 184 236 184 236 219 220 184 236 220 184 236 220 184 184 236 236 185 220 236 220 220 237 237 185 237 220 220 220 185 237 220 220 185 237 237 185 220 237 237 220 185 185 Hogins , Saundra . 185 Holaday, Melanie . . . 185 Holden, Terri .... . . 237 Holder, Phil ...... . . 237 Holland, Carolyn Ann . . . . 237 Holland, Danny ..... . . . 220 Holland, Larry .... . 93,237 Holland, Steve . . 90,185 Holler, Carl . . . . . 185 Holler, Carlene . . . . 237 Holloway, Garry . . . . . 237 Hollowell, Linda Dee . . . 237 Hollowell, Ronnie . . . . . 237 Holman, Kenneth .... . . 185 Holmes, Binnie Harriet ...... 221 Holmes, Gordon ..... ..... 2 21 Holmes, Travis . 86,142,186 Holsted, Jay . . . . 89,221 Holt, Brenda . . . . 186 Holt, Glenda . . . . 186 Holt, Regina . . . . 237 Holt, Sandy ...... . . 186 Homan, Chuck ...... . . 221 Honnoll, Sharon Marie . . . 221 Hooper, M. Michael . . . . 186 Hoops, George .... . . 237 Hooten, David ..... .... 1 86 Hopkins, Barbara Jean . . . 141,221 Hopkins, Mike ..... . . . 186 Hopkins, Steve . . . . . 221 Hornecker, Andy .... . . 186 Horton, Johnny ..... . . 221 Horton, Thomas Franklin . . . 237 Hoskins, C. B., Jr. . . . . . 186 House, Beverly Diane . . . . 221 House, Linda ...... . . 186 Howard, Jeral .... . . 186 Howard, Linda Kay . . . 186 Howard, Linda Sue . . . . 221 Howard, Sheila . . . . 237 Hudson, Ann ..... . . 221 Hudson, Cherilyn .... . . . . 237 Huggins, Donna Carole . .... 221 Hughes, Karen .... 144,150,187 Hughes, Peggy . . .... 187 Hughes, Richard . .... 237 Hughes, Ronnie ..... . . 237 Hughes, Rose ...... . . 237 Humphries, Alan Robert . . 221 Humphries, Steve .... . . 237 Hunnicutt, Debbie . . . 237 Hunthrop, Diane . . . 187 Hurn, Alice . . . . . 187 Hurst, Bruce Lee . . . 221 Husa, Kendall .... . . 237 Huston, Marsha Lee . . . . 187 Hutto, Conley .... . . 158,221 Ibbotson, Deborah . . . 237 Ice, Richard . . . . . 187 Ingels, Beverly . . . . 237 Ingle, Gail .... . . 221 Ingram, Kenneth . . . 221 Irby,Jerry . . . . . . 221 Irons, Scotty . . . . 145,237 Ivey,Joyce Jean . . . . 237 Jackman, Sandra .... . . 187 Jackson, Ann ...... . . 221 Jackson, Carol Elizabeth . . . 237 Jackson, David ..... . . 221 Jackson, Helen ..... . . 187 Jackson, Janice . . . . . . . 221 Jackson, Martha Anne . . . 150,187 Jackson Sharon Elaine ...... 221 James, Jerre Ellen ........ 221 James, Kay Louise . . 131,133,149,187 James, Larry ........... 237 James, Pattie . . ..... 'gp .- 221 James, Tommy . . 237 Janskl, Brenda . . . . 221 Jeffery, Judy . . . . 237 Jenkins, Russell . Jernigan, Della . . Johnson, Bill . . 91 237 221 283 284 Johnson, Brenda . Johnson, Carole . . Johnson, Charles . . Johnson, Diana Lynn . Johnson, Donna . . Johnson, Elmo .... Johnson, Gloria Ann . Johnson, Jackie . . . Johnson, James Earl Jolmson, Janis .... Johnson, Jean . . . Johnson, Lora June . Johnson, Otha Dean . Johnson, Richard . . Johnson, Robert T. . Johnson, Van ..... Johns on, Vicki .... . 150,187 221 237 . .134,135 149, 3 . . 3 3 . 3 Jolly, Carolyn Jeanette' i i . Jones, D av1d....... .. Jones, Deborah . . Jones, Denzil .... Jones, George Delton Jones, George Donald Jones, Harold ..... Jones, Jani ...... Jones, Jeff . . Jones,Joyce . . Jones, Keith . . Jones, Leslie . . Jones, Ronnie . Jones, Sandy ..... Jones, Tommy W. . Jones, Vicki .... Jordan, Brenda . . Jordan, Cathy . . Jordan, Debby . . . Jordan, Kathleen . . Josefy, Teresa . . . Josephs, Al W. . . . . Juarez, Carlice Rita . Justice, Barbara . . Justice, Lee . . . Kail, David .... Keathley, Brenda . . Keathley, Jack . . . Keathley, Lisa . . Keeling, Jack . . Keen, Randy . . Keller,Jerry . Kelley, Garry . . Kelley, Larry . . Kelly, Carolyn .... Kelly, Karen ..... Keltner, Phyllis Ann . Kemp, Bill ...... Kempf, Janice .... Kennedy, Brad .... Kennedy, John B., Jr. . Kerr, Beverly Ann . . Ketcher, Vivian Leigh . Ketzscher, Susanne . . Killion, Jerry .... Kilpatrick, Steve . . . King, Charles Russell . King, Louis ..... Klnley, Margaret , . Kirklin, Gary .... Kirklin, Tracy J. . . Kirkpatrick, Cecelia . Kirkpatrick, Peggy . Kirkpatrick, Sandy . . Kittie, Kathy ..... Knight, David Shelby . Koehler, Steve .... Koenig, Debbie L. . . Konings, Joetta . . Kooms, Becky . . Korte, Donna G. . . Kryer, Moyer . . Kuonen, Joe . . . . Kumpe, Leon W. . . Kuykendall, Alan . .. ..87, .' '91,i42, .','13i, . .' 133, . .' 145, f f 143, .' 145, . . 93, 3--... 37,132,142, 187 221 221 188 221 237 221 221 188 237 221 188 222 188 222 222 188 188 188 188 189 189 222 222 237 189 222 222 189 189 189 237 222 189 222 189 222 237 189 222 222 189 237 189 189 190 222 222 190 222 222 237 222 222 190 222 237 190 222 190 237 222 222 222 190 222 190 237 237 237 222 237 237 190 190 237 237 190 190 Kuykendall, Joe . . . . 237 Lackie, Ray .... . . 222 LaGrossa, Virginia . . . 237 Laing, Sarah .,.. . . 237 Lancaster, Rita . . . . 222 Landis, Phil .... . . 222 Landsman, Janice . . . . . 237 Lane, John .... . 145,222 Langley, Diana . . . . 191 Langley, Harry . . . . . 93 Langley, Joan . . . . 237 Langley, Larry . . . . 237 Langley, Leon . . . . . 237 Langley, Timothy . . . 237 Langson, Carol . . . . 222 Lankzford, Jan . . . . 191 Lankford, Jean . . . . 191 Lankford, Mike . . . . . 237 Lashley, Kathy Sue . . . 237 Lasiter, Ronnie . . . . . 223 Latta, Boyd John . . . 237 Lawrence, Karen . . . 237 Lazenby, Larry . . . . . 223 Lee, Dickie . . . . . 93,237 Lee, Mike ...... . . . 223 Lee, Sue ........ . . 191 Lenderman, Francella . . . . . 223 Leopard, Letitia .... . 133,191 Letbetter, Charlotte . . . . 237 Lewis, Linda .... . . 191 Lewis, Steve . . . . 191 Liles, cathi . . . . 238 Liles, Ronnie . . . 191 Lindsey, Lalla . . . . 238 Linn, Danny . . . . . 238 Linn, Danny . . . . 93,191 Linn, Larry ..... . . 238 Lipscomb, Dewanna . . . . 191 Little, Clyde .... . 93,238 Livingston, Danny . . . 238 Lloyd, Larry ..... . . 223 Lloyd, Larry Samuel . . . 238 Lochamy, Ronnie . . . . . 223 Lockhart, Joanne . . . 238 Loftis, Barbara . . . . 223 Logsdon, Dorothy . . . 191 Logsdon, Harrison . . Loibner, Craig . . . Loibner, Michael . . Long, Alonzo Robert Loudermiloh, Janice Love, Barbara Anne . Love, Charles Michael Love, Vicki Ann .... Loy, Linda Marlene . Loyd, Helles ..... Lubker, Sandra Jane . . Lukas, Nancy .... Lumm, Sharon Kay . Lumpkin, Patricia . Luptak, Nancy . . . Lute, Edward Larry . Luthy, Fred .... Lybarger, Weldon . Lynch, Jane .... Lyons, Becky .... Machen, Linda Lee . Mahan, Brenda Jo . Major, Jack . . . Malloy, Mike . . Mansfield, Lynn . Marks, Gary . . . Marks, Patsy . . Marshall, Judy . Martin, Bobby . . Martin, David . . Martin, Diane . . Martin, Marylou . Martin, Pete . . Mask, Pamela . . Mason, Gail . . . . . Massery, Judy .... Mathews, Carolyn . ......238 . . . . . 91,223 88,132,144,l91 ........223 ........238 .. ..223 . . . 223 . . 192 . . 192 . . 238 . . 192 . . 223 . . 192 . . 223 . . 223 . . 223 . . 223 . . . 192 . . 145,223 . . 238 . . 223 . . 223 . . .. . 238 . . , .. . 238 . 130,133,192 . . .. . 238 . . 238 . . 238 . . 238 . . 223 . . 223 . . 223 . 93,238 ......238 ......238 144,145,149,192 .. . .. . 223 Mathews, Linda Sue . . . 150,192 Mathews, Mae Alice . . . . . 192 Mathews, Stuart . . . . . 238 Mathis, Debby Lynn . . . . 223 Matthews, Cheryl . . . . . 192 Matthews, Cheryl Lee . . . . 223 Matthews, Drenda . . . . 192 Matthews, Judy . . . . 238 Matthews, Patricia . . . 192 Mauldin, Warren . . 193 Maxwell, Ronnie . . . . 238 May, Larry . . . . . 94 May, Lewis . . . . . . 223 Mayfield, Jimmy . . . 92,193 Mayfield, Sharon . . . . . 238 Mayher, Dennis . . . . 238 Mayo, Peggy ..... . . 223 McAllister, Billy . . . . . 223 McBride, Teena Helen . . . 193 McCall, Joe ....... . . 223 McCann, Gary ....... . . 223 McCarty, Louise Melinda . . . 193 McClain, Eddie Earl . . . . . 238 McClain, William E. . . . . . 193 McClellan, Jan .... .... 2 23 McCluskey, Dyanne . . . 141,193 McCollum, Ella Kaye . . . . . 223 McConnell, Ronald . . . McCord, Charles Bill . . McCorkle, Danny W. . . . McCorkle, Phil ...... McCorkle, Sherry Dianne . . . . 238 McCoy, Britt ....... McCuin, Brenda .... McCulley, George William McDaniel, Sharon .... McDonald, Marty McElroy, Jan ...... McElroy, Norman James McElroy, Pamelia Elaine McGinty, Vierlone G. . . McGowan, James Mclntosh, Kenneth . . McKinney, Agnes McKinney, Jimmy .... McKinney, Sandra Diane . McLemore, Don McLain, Ed ...... McLaughlin, Mike McMahon, Judy ..... McMorris, Norma Jean . McNeely, Pam ..... McNeill,Martha . . McNeill, Mike . . McNew, Ronald McPherson, Ricky . . McPherson, Tom . . McRoberts, Donna . . McVay, Kathy . . McVey, Gary ..... Meachan, Kay ..... Meador, Wanda Susan . . Means, Ricky Jo .... Medlock, Charles . . Melton, Ginger . . . Melton, Presley .... Menzies, John Karl . . Meredith, Janet . . . Meredith, Sam ...... Meriweather,Jackie . . . Meriweather, Vicky Lynn Miller, Alan G. ..... . Miller, Bobby . . . Miller, Carolyn J. . Miller, Jackie . . Miller, Kenneth . . Miller, Sharon . . . Millett, Julie Anne . . Mills,Charles . . . Mills, Sherry . Milner, Paul .... Miron, Victor .... Mitchell,Cassandra . . . . . . 223 . .. . 193 132,150,193 . . .. 224 . . 194 . 149,194 ....238 .....238 . 149,194 . . . 224 . . . 238 . . . . 224 . . 194 . . 224 . . 194 . . 224 . ...224 . . . . 238 . . 91,224 . 94,238 . . . 238 . .238 . ..194 . . 238 . . 224 . . 194 . . 224 . . 194 . .238 . . 224 . . 238 . . 238 . . 238 . . 224 . . 224 . . . 238 . . . . 238 . . 132,194 . . . 194 . . . 238 . . 224 . . 238 .. ..224 ..194 . . 238 ..194 .. 238 ..224 .. 195 ..225 .. 238 . . 238 .. 238 ..225 .. 238 Mitchell, Linda . . . 238 Mixon, Donn . . . . . 225 Monroe, George . . . . 225 Montford, Arlys K. . . . . 195 Montgomery, Dianne . . . . 238 Montgomery, Sharon . . . . 238 Moore, Anita Maurice . . . . 238 Moore, Pamela ..... . . . 238 Moran, Ken ...... . . . 225 Moran, Ken . . . . . 195 Morgan, Dian . . . 238 Morgan, Jim ...... . . 94 Morgan, Linda ...... . . 238 Morgan, Patricia Diana . . . . 225 Moring, Carolyn ..... . . 225 Morris,Judy ...... . . 238 Morris, Ronnie . . . . . 195 Mowery, Marie . . . . . 225 Mueller, Carolyn M. . .......195 Muller, Claudia ...... . . . . 238 Muncy, Linda .... 144,145,150,195 Munnerlyn, Christie ...... 145,238 Munnerlyn, Frances . . Myers, Groverlyn . . Myers, Judy Ann . . Nabors, Linda . . ......239 ..133,149,195 .....225 ....225 Nance, Cynthia . . . . 239 Nanney, Jerry . . . 225 Nanney, Terry . . . . 225 Napper, Steve ..... . . 239 Neal, Barbara Ann . . Neal, Marian Geraldine .. ..239 .. ..195 Neal,Mike ........ . . 239 Nease, Barbara .... . . 225 Neaville, Gary .... . . . 225 Newcomb, George . . . . 94,239 Newcomb, Georgia M. . . . 195 Newman, Cherie . . . . . 239 Newman, Gary . . . 91,225 Newton, Kathy .... . . 225 Newton, Rentha . . . . N ichoalds, Ronald Lee . ...239 .. ..196 Nicholas, Donna .... . . 195 Nicholas, Ed Larry . . . . 225 Nicholas, Sharron . . . . . 239 Nichols, Carole . . . . 138,225 Nlchols,Jim ..... . . . 195 Nickles, Steve H .... . . 145,225 Nigus, Mary Margaret . . . . 225 Norman, Garry .... . . 196 Norman, Mary Pat . . . . 239 Norman, Nancy . . . . 225 Norman, Susan . . . . 239 Norrell, John L. . . . 225 Norrls,Jean . . . . . 225 Norwood, Larry .... . . 94 Odom, Sherry ...... . . 239 O'Kelley, Annette Kathy . . . . 239 Okle, Anne ........ . . 225 Oliver, Charlene . . . . 239 Orr, Wanda . . . . . . . 239 Osburn, Sam . . . .... . 225 Oswald, Suzanne . . . . 133,138,196 Ott, Pamela . ..... Ouzts, Leon Edward . . Owen, Farrell . . . Owen, Joe .... Owen, Mary Anne . Owens, Dwayne . . Owens, Ronald L .... .....225 ....196 . . 239 . . 196 . . 196 ......196 ......225 Owens, William .... 134,135,149,196 Page, Becky . . . ....... . 239 Padgett, Carolyn . . . . . 196 Palasack, Charles . .... 196 Parker, Jill . . . . 138,196 Parker, Larry D. . . . . 196 Parker, Sharon . . . . 150,197 Parks, Charles . . . . 239 Parks, Diane ..... . . 225 Parks, Tommy .... . . . 239 Parsons, Sue Deborah . . . . 225 Payne, Aleene ..... . . . 225 Pearle, Sherry .... . . 150,137 Peck, Hale Dudley . . Peck, Roy Albert . . Peeler, Billy . . . Peeler, John Gary . Perkins, Dee Dee . . Perrine, Marsha . . Perrine, Rachael Ann Perry, Carol .... Perry, John ..... Perry, Robert . . Peters, Lynn Ray . . Peterson, Charles . Peterson, Denise . Peterson, James . . Petty, Priscilla . . Phillips, Charlotte . Phillips, Judy Ann . Phillips, Wayne . Pierce, Alan . . Pierce,Ji.mmy . . . Pilgrim, Garner W. Pinkston, William . Pittman, Lonnie D. . Pittman, Lynn . . . Pitts, Linda Ann . Plummer, Lewle . 225 197 225 197 . . . . 226 149,197 226 ...- 226 239 . 134,150,197 226 -..- .. .- 5. 226 197 239 197 226 226 197 239 197 239 Plgg, Patsy Ann .... .... . . 134,197 . 89,226 197 . 90, Polk,Debra....... .. Pollock, Ken Edward Q.. .- Porter, Gwendolyn Oneida . . . . Porter, Mary Louise Porter, Patti .... Potter, Lloyd . . Potthoff, Jeanne . Powell, Brenda . Powell, Janet . Powell, Martha . . Price, Beverly . . . Price, Kathy Viann . Prlckett, Randy . . . Prince, Tommy . . . Prioleau, Sharon . . Pruitt, Kenneth Craig "'..'i45, - . . - - 5 . . Pugh, Pam ....... . . . Quattlebaum , Johnny Quattlebaum, Susan . Radcliffe, Dale . . . Radnedge, James R. . . . 137, Rainey, Donna Ruth . . . . Rakestraw, David . . Ralls, Cathy .... Rambo, Don . . Rames, Becky . . Ramsey, William . . Rankin, Gary . . . Raper, Jim .... Ratcliff, LeElla . Ray, George . . Reagan, Rita . . . Reasoner, Dyanne . Redd, Jimmy D. . Redding, Richard . . Redman, James L. . Reed, Allen ..... Reed, Lynda .... Reedy, Sharon Lea . Reeves,Barba1'a . . Reeves, Karen . . . 150, ..... ...-.. . 132,144, . 87, Reeves, Pat ............ Reid,Mlke .... 87, 131,132,142,143, Reid, Vicky . . . . Reifsteck, Bob . .... . . . . . Hemel, Nancy . Reynolds, Pam . . . Rhodes , De De .... Richards , Linda Kay Richards, Tannle . . Rice, Bobby .... Rice, Henry . . Rice, Karen . . . Rice, Paul E. . . . . Richardson, Ronnie . - . . 5 . 5 5 5 Q . 239 198 198 239 239 226 198 226 239 226 226 239 239 226 198 226 226 226 226 198 198 226 239 226 198 226 226 198 239 239 226 226 226 199 199 199 199 239 199 239 226 239 226 226 239 130 199 239 239 226 226 226 199 227 239 199 240 199 227 Riddle, Ann . . Riddle, John . . Ridlon, Evan A. . Riggs, Sally J. . Riley, Mary . . Riley, Mike .... Ring, Bobby ..... Risher, Don Michael . Robbins, Van ...... Roberson, Kenneth Ray Roberts, Bill ...... Roberts, John ..... Roberts, Nancy .... Robertson, Carl Dean . Robertson, Jim . . . Robertson, Larry . . Robinson, Charles . . Roddy, Wally ..... Roden, Gregg Mike . . Rodman, Christy Lea . . Rogers, David L. . . . . Rogers, Griffin Michael Rogers, Karen . . . . . . Rogers, Sammy . . Rogers, Vivian . . Roland, Reta . . Rooks, Debra . . Rooks, Ernest . . Rorie,Jlmmie . . Rose, Kathy . . . Ross, David W. . Ross, Linda F. . . Rose, Pat .... Rowe, Laura Ann . Royce, Janette .... Rozzell, Margaret . . Russ, Mike ..... Russell, Danny . . Russell, Frank . . Russell,Jim . . . Russell, Karen . . . Russell, Margaret . . Russell, Susan . . . Rydel, Mark . . Sadler, Heidi .... Sadler, Margaret . Saenger, Janice . . . Salkeld, Ginger Lee . . Salkeld, Susie .... Sanders, Bernie .... Sanders, Janis Marie . Sanders, John ..... Sanders, Judith Ann . . Sanders, Judy .... Satterfield, James . . Satterfield, Sandra . . Sawyer, Edward . . . Sawyer, Tommy R. . . Scarborough, Beverly . Scarborough, Joey . . . Schaeffer, Yvonne Renee Scholar, Shelia . . . . . Schoonover, Jane . . Seaton, Sheri .... Seibold, Phillip . . Segalla, Sharon . . Self, Bill ...... Senteney, Howard . . Shadid, Larry . . Sharp, Peggy .... Shaw, Kenneth T. . Sheffield, David . Shelby, Jerry . . . Shelby, Ronnie . . Shelton, Doris . . . Shelton, Sandra D. . . Shepherd, Mike . . Sherrod, Clay . .1 Shields, Gary . . Shireman, Rand . . Short, Freddie . . Short, Lloyd . . If'9l1 94,145 .'.'94 . 144 149 227 ,240 199 199 227 ,240 227 199 200 200 227 227 240 ,240 200 240 227 227 240 ,145 ,200 227 200 240 ..94 .' 194 .'.'94 ..88 .'.'91 I I '94 5... 144,149 134,149 --.- .5 -. -. 5. .- 227 227 240 227 227 240 ,200 240 227 200 227 227 240 200 200 200 200 227 227 240 227 227 227 200 227 201 201 227 227 240 227 227 227 201 240 ,201 240 240 227 240 240 201 227 240 ,227 201 ,240 227 227 ,201 ,201 228 240 228 240 201 201 240 285 286 Shuffield, Carolyn A. . Siemon, James Ralph . . Simmons, Marilyn . . . Simpson, Carolyn Ann . . Simpson, Eddie .... Simpson, Patti Ann .... Simpson, Richard Wayne Simpson, Tommy .... Sims, Fannie Mae . . Sims, Len Roger . . Sipes, Gwyn June . . . Sipes, Stephen Craig . . Skillern, Brenda .... Skinner, Tommy . . . Smart, Susie . . . Smith, Brenda L. . . . Smith, Bobbi Jean . . . Smith, Cecil Byron, III . . . Smith, C. D. .... . . Smith, Deanne ..... Smith, Donna ...... Smith, Frederick H., II Smith, Gary Wayne . . Smith, Helen .... Smith, James .... Smith, Jane ...... Smith, Jane Elizabeth . Smith, Linda G ..... Smith, Loretta Joyce . . Smith, Marsha F. . . Smith, Pam . . . Smith, Paula F. . . Smith, Paula Gay . . Smith, Robin .... Smith, Sara .... Smith, Sharoyn K. . . Smith, Stephen F. . Smith, Susan A. . Smith, Terry . . . . Smith, Tommy ..... Snow, Norman O., Jr. . Snyder, Carmen L. . . Sockwell, Sally . . . Sosebee, Bill .... Souheaver, Alan . . Souheaver, Sharon . . South, Sharon K. . . Sowell, Donna Kay . . . Spangler, Robert Lee . . Splawn, Sue ...... Speck, Bill ...... Springer, Doris E. . . Springer, Earl ..... Stafford, Gloria .... Staggs, George Eugene . . Staggs, Rosalee ..... Stane, Gary ...... Stanford, Lorinda . . Stansberry, Karla . . Stanton, Carol . . . Starkey, Charlotte . . Steadman, Paul . . Steed, Retha .- . . . . Steelman, Cathy .... Stephens, John Robert . . Stephens, Norma . . . Stephens , Steve ...... Sterne, Charlene ..... Stevens, Darrell Freeman Stewart, Alice ...... Stewart, Eddie ...... Stiffler, Tommy . . Stiles, Payne .... Stirman, Kay , . . . . Stogsdill, Emma Kay . . Stokes, Brenda . . . . Stone, Danny ..... Stone, Pat . . Stone, Sherry . . . Story, Theresa .... Strasner, Lloyd, Jr. . . Strick1in,f Charles . . 240 132,134 149, 143, '94, 1.33, 133, 13.7, E 14.9, 201 228 228 201 228 240 228 240 240 228 228 228 228 228 228 240 202 240 240 202 240 228 228 94 202 229 229 229 240 202 240 240 229 202 229 240 240 229 240 240 240 202 240 240 202 229 202 229 229 240 202 240 202 150 202 229 240 240 229 240 203 229 203 203 240 92 240 229 203 203 203 203 240 229 203 204 240 229 204 229 204 Stricklin,Jimrny . . . . 240 Stricklin, Johnny . . . . 204 Stringham, Larry . . . . 229 Stringham, Linda . . . . 240 Strong, Bobby . . .... 229 Strother, Cecelia . ...... 204 Strother, Lana . . . . 133,150,204 Strother, Leta . . ..... 240 Stroud, Beverly . . .... 240 Stroud, Charles . . . . 240 Sullivan, Danny . . . . 229 Suttle, Harlon . . . . 229 Swafford, Mike . . ...... 240 Swaim, Janet . . . ....... . 229 Swaim, Judy E. . . . 133,144,149,204 Swain, Cheryl . . . ....... . 204 Swayze, Sammy . . . . 229 Sweeney, Edgar . . . . 229 Tabor, Elizabeth . . . . . 229 Tackett, Liz ...... . . 229 Talley, Iris Elizabeth . . . . 229 Talley, Sharon ..... . . . 229 Tapley, Brenda .... .... 2 29 Tarkington, Alice Jo . . . . 145,229 Tarver, Carol ..... . . . 229 Tarver, David .... . . . 229 Tatum, Mary Jack . . . . 229 Taylor, Becky . . . . . 230 Taylor, Donna . . . . 230 Taylor, Eddie . . . . 204 Taylor,James . . . . 204 Taylor, Kathy . . . . 240 Taylor, Lyla .... . . 204 Taylor, Ronda ..... . . 204 Taylor, Ruby Diane . . . . 204 Taylor, Vicky .... . . 240 Tedford, David . . . . . 230 Templeton, Debbie . . .... 241 Tennyson, Edward . . .... 205 Terhune, Linda Lee . . . . 140,205 Thacker, Marcia L. . . .... 230 Thalmann, Janet . . . .... . 241 Tharp, Phillip E. . . . . 94,145,241 Tharp, Ronnie ..... .... 2 41 Thatcher, Thurman D. . . . . 205 Thibault, Lenita .... .... 2 41 Thibault, Stewart . . . . 91,230 Thirion, Bob . . . . . 94 Thirion, Jean .... . . 241 Thirion, Margaret . . . . . 230 Thomas, Bill .... . . 150,205 Thomas,Jerry . . . . 230 Thomas, Judy . . . . . 205 Thomas, Robert I. . . . . 230 Thomas, Sharon .... . . 230 Thomas, Wayne ..... . . 230 Thomason, Brenda Gail . . . . 205 Thomason, Donna Lou . . . . 230 Thomason, Wanda Sue . . . . 230 Thompson, Donna . . . . . 230 Thompson, Donna-Sue . . . . 241 Thompson, Eddie . . . . . 205 Thompson, Julie . . . . . 241 Thompson, Linda . . . . . 241 Thompson, Mary Beth . . . . 205 Thompson, Mike . . . . . 205 Thompson, Nancy . . . . 230 Thorne, Sharon . . .... 241 Thurow, Jerry . . . . . . . 230 Thurow, Richard H. . . . 86,145,205 Thurston, Joanne . ..... 205 Tilley, Carol Ann . . .... 206 Tinkle, Janet . . . . . 205 Tobey, Charles . . . . 230 Todd, Gwen . . . .... . 241 Todd, Linda . . ..... 230 Toler, Janiva .... . . 134,150,206 Tompkins, Laurie . . . . . . 150,206 Toombs, Bonnie Jean ....... 206 Trammell, Mike . . . . . 230 Trantham, Carmen . . . 230 Treadway, Dennis . . . . 230 Treat, Ronnie . . . . . 230 Treisback, Arthur R. . ..230 Trickey, Donald E. . . , . . 206 Troutman, Ricky . . . . 230 Trusty, Mike . . . . . 206 Tucker, Barbara . . . . 230 Tucker, Dian . . . . . 206 Tucker, Don .... . . 206 Turbyfill, Jimmy . . . 230 Turner, Joyce . . . . 206 Turner, Judy ..... . . 241 Turner, Mary John . . . . . 206 Turner, Patricia . . . . 230 Turner, Robert . . . 206 Turner, Teresa . . . 230 Tyler, Phyllis .... . . 206 Tyson, Robert ..... . . 241 Valentine, Alma Marie . . . . . 207 Vandergrift, Joyce . . . . . 241 Vandergrift, Lynne . . . . . 207 Vaughan, Donas L. . Vaughan, Nancy . . Vaught, Shirley Ann . Veach, Anna Marie . . Venable, Donna . . Venetta, Debbie . Verdock, Mona . . Verheul, Douglas . Verheul, Ricky . . Verser, Roger . . . Vest, Bill .... . . Vest, Deborah . . . Vick, Stephen Joe . Vint, Becky ...... Vint, Bobby ..... Vint, Charles'Gregory . . . . 230 . ..... 207 . . 144,150,207 . . . . .207 . . 139,207 . . . 230 . . 230 . . 241 . . . . . . 231 . . . . . . 207 132,134,149,207 . . . . . . 207 . . 94,241 . . . . .231 . 132,143,207 . . . . . . 207 Vint, Gilda Dale .... .... 2 07 Vint, James ..... . . 241 Vint, Rex ...... . . 231 Wade, Mary Susan . . . 208 Walker, Cathie . . . . 241 Walker, Jayne . . . . 208 Walker, Paulette . . . . 241 Walker, Robert E. . . . 231 Waller, Frances . . . . . 208 Waller, Tom Whit .... . . 89,208 Walls, Carolyn Diane . . . . 241 Walter, John E ..... . . 208 Ward, John Jackson . . . . . 208 Ward, Larry E .... . . 137,208 Ward, Perry .... . . . 231 Ward, Walter E. . . . 241 Warner,Becky . . . . 231 Warren, Cathy . . . 241 Warren, Patsy . . . 231 Warren, Tricia . . . . . . 231 Washburn, Debbi .... . . 241 Washburn, Stephen A. . . . 208 Wasson, Kirk Dennis . . . . . 241 Waters, Carol . . . . . 209 Waters, Dale . . Waters,James . . ....231 .....231 Watson, Kathleen . . . 136,150,209 Watson, Nancy ...... 133,138,209 Watson, Phillip Louis ....... 241 Watson, Shirley .... .... 2 31 Wattam, Mark . . . . 241 Wattam, Roger .... . . 209 Weatherby, Linda .... . . 209 Weaver, Lowell Dean, Jr. . . . 241 Webb, Philip ....... . . 231 Weeks, Patricia . . . . Weiler, Robert Charles Weir, Randy ..... Welch, Dennis Lee . . Welch, Hobert, Jr. . Welch, Larry .... ....231 . . . . 144,209 . . 92,145,231 . 132,149,209 .....209 ....209 Welch, Susie . ...... . . 231 Wells, James Russell . . . . 209 Wells, Judy ...... Wensman, Randell John .. ...231 .. ..209 Weston, James M. . . . . . . 209 Wetzler, Charles . . . Wharton, Theresa M. . . ...231 .. 210 ! Wheaton, Wanda Jean . . . . 210 Williford, Randy . . . . 241 Wooley, Eddie .... 88,211 Whitaker, Larry .... . . 241 Willits,James . . . '. 211 Wooley, Sherry ..... . . . 241 White, Kenneth . 136,231 Willits,John . . . . . 231 Woolverton, Pamela D. . . 211 White, Linda .... 150,210 Wilson, Bill . . . . 144,211 Womble, Barbara Ellen . . . . 232 White, Sharon Kay . . . . 210 Wilson, Linda . . . . . 231 Womble, Doris . . . . . . . 241 White, Teddy .... . . . 94 Wilson, Rita L. . . . . 211 Word, Pat .... . . . . 232 Whitfield, Carolyn . . . 210 Wimberly, Verna . . . 241 Worlow, Mariea Lynn . . . . 232 Whitney, Earl C. . . . . . 231 Wine, Paul ..... . . 231 Worlow, Robert . . . . . . . 211 Wiggins, Vicki Lynn . . . 231 Winget,James . . . . . 241 Worthey, David Murry . . . 232 Wilbanks, Jeff . . . . 210 Wingfield, David . . . 94,241 Wright, Brenda L. . . . . 212 Wilburn, Douglas . . 241 Wingfield, Dennis . . . 94,241 Wright, Daniel J. . . . . . 241 Wilcox, Carroll . . 231 Winkleman, Gary . . . . . 241 Wright, Danny W. . . . . 241 Wilcox, Judy . . . . 231 Winkler, Deborah . . . . 231 Wright, Johnny . . . . 94,241 Wilkerson, Bill .... . .241 Winkler, Floyd . . . . 211 wright, Juli ...... . 212 Wilkerson, Billy R. . . 241 Winkler, Ronald . . . . 241 Wright, Scott Patrick . . . . 212 Wilkins, Steve A. . . . . 210 Winter, Ronny . . 94 Wright, Virginia Kay . . . . 212 Willard, David . . . . 241 Wise, Pami . . . . . 241 Yaeger, Susan . . . . . . 241 Williams, Garry . . . 210 Witkowski, Steve . . . 211 Yielding, Lyn . . . . 241 Williams, Jerry . . . 241 Witt,Carolyn .... . . 231 Yoder, Carol . . . 241 Williams, John .... . . 210 Wohrman, Charles . . ..... 211 Young, Jo Anne . . . . 212 Williams, Karen Sue . . . . 231 Wolfe, Joseph Vincent ....... 231 Young, Kay .... . 241 Williams, Larry .... . 210 Wolfe, Madeline Kaye . . 140,145,231 Young, Ruth .... . . 232 Williams, Leta Diane . . . 241 Wood, Alice-Louise ........ 231 Zarlingo, Raphiel . . . 241 Williams, Melady . . . 231 Wood, Garnmah . . . . 211 Zermatten, James . . . 232 Williams,Michael . . . 231 Wood,Judi ...... . . 232 Zermatten, Kathryn . . . 241 Williams, Pamela . . . 241 Wood, Linda Diane . . . 211 Zinn, Sherry .... . . 212 Williams, Richard . . . 210 Woods, Betty Gail . . . . 211 Zorn, Chris . . . . . 212 Williams, Susan .... . 241 Woodward, William . . . 232 Zorn, Richard . . . . 212 Williams, Terry Gene . . . . 231 Wooldridge, Pat . . . . . 232 Zuber, Becky . . . . 232 Williams, Virginia .... . . . 241 Wooldridge, Sharon . . . 232 Zuber, Lynn . . . . 232 Williford, Donna Lavae .... 150,210 jndex of gaculty and oadminiotratoro Allbright, Mrs. Nita . . . . 32 Fletcher, Mrs. Judy . . . 67 Norman, Mrs.Mildred . . . . 23 Baxley, Mrs. Vertie . . . . . 67 Frasier, Miss Helen . . . 28 Parker,James R. . . . . 41 Beavers,Mrs. Garland . . . . 41 Gill, Mrs. Jane . . . . . 50 Perry, Mrs. Sue . . . . . 34 Berry, J. Harrod ..... . . 22 Grady, Dale ..... . . 74 Pharr, Mrs. Janet . . . . 38 Bickford, Mrs. Elizabeth . . . 57 Grimmett,Mrs. Ruth . . . 60 Poindexter, Ray . . . . . 33 Billingsley, Mrs. Faye V. . . . . 28 Hastings, Robert . . . . . 76 Priddy, Mrs.Julian B. . . . . 38 Blalock, Mrs. Mary Alice . . . 30 Hawk, Henry ....... . 77,84 Ragland, Mrs. Hazel .... . . 36 Blanchard, Mrs. Janive . . . . 69 Helms, Mrs. Sarah ..... . . 50 Reams, Mrs. Jacqueline . . . . 40 Bohannon, James C. . . . . . 22 Hendrickson, Mrs. Mary E. . . . 65 Riley, Mrs.J. H. . . . . . . . 34 Booker, Mrs. Thomas J. . . . 32 Henry, Carol O. ..... . . 79 Robertson, A. J. . . . . . . 72 Bookout, Mrs. Paula . . . . . 33 Hess, Mrs. Mary E. . . . . 48 Robinson, Mrs. Billie . . . . . 70 Brandon, J. Raymond . . . . . 54 Hunt, Mrs. Bernice B. . . . 51 Russell, Miss Katye Lou . . . . . 35 Browder, Mrs. Anne W. . . . 70 Johnson, Neal ..... . . 73 Schmidt, Mrs. Mary Louise . . . 64 Bryant, Mrs. Bernadene . . . 67 Johnston, Lonnie .... . . 75 Shelton, W. E. ..... . . 25 Bumgardner, Mrs.Joe . . . . 33 Landers,Miss Merdith . . . 28 Steele, Robert . . . . 32 Burnett, Raymond ..... . . 26 Law, Miss Mary ..... . . 48 Stephens, Ken . . . . 1. 84 Cammack, Mrs. Louise W. . . . . 42 Lawless, Mrs. Nora Lee . . . . 43 Storm, Fred C. . . . . . 23 Carpenter, Mrs. Charles L. . . . 29 Lewis,Miss Frances . . . . . 80 Stroud, Charles W. . . . . . 23 Clark, James ........ . . 84 Lilley, Mrs. Suetta . . . . . 45 Swafford, Mrs. Benny . . . 34 Clark, Paul ...... . . 84 Malczycki, Mrs. Syble . . . 80 Tarkington, Mrs. Lynn . . . . 34 Cook, Mrs. James . . . . . 29 Manson, David H. ..... . . 49 Taylor, Mrs.James E. . . . . . 46 Cook, Mrs. Lucille W. . . . . 33 Martin, Mrs. Richard . . . . . 30 Thompson, Mrs. Searcy . . . . 53 Cowan, Mrs. Vada . . . . . 27 McCloskey, Mrs. Margaret . . . . 30 Todd, W. D. . . . . . . . . . 22 Croom, Mrs. Fred .... . . 43 McFall,C. W. . ...... . . 39 Ward, Jack L. . . . . . . 47 Donahey, Mrs. Patricia . . . 66 Miller, George E. . . . . . 25 Wasson, Miss Donna . . . . 61 Downing, Eulin ...... . . 71 Miller, Mrs. W.W. . . . . . 66 Weeks, Mrs. Helen . . . . 44 Farris, Mrs. Jana . . . . . 65 Millsapps,Mrs. Madge . . . . 30 White, Clarence S. . . . . 57 Ferguson, Mrs. J. 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