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

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F' 8 f A refuge of learning, Wildcat Hill is crowned by the beloved old Main Building, first opened in 1929. As all ladies of great dignity, she be- comes more beautiful and cherished as she grows older. Attended now in her age by her younger sisters, she reigns over the education of still another generation. 4 l x "N"---,,, X xxx I vM..-'W-,,w' tw, ASW' W, ,. X z.-, , V , , Y '. rv., X I q DM J mmmfu' It i zen- J-- - sw ' 'f -1 7 ? Y' . .4 - "C - 'I Q V . A .1 , g . , , 'I' 1 - T , ..,f. """ls...,,H-Q W , A w , - .v , vi ,y 1,-xlib., fm, , A W 1 , 4.......Ak ...-ev F"'Z1.' f 5 x ,L .. ,nf -Q. . K, in ,,.,ai,,,.,n by . 1 L Lx -v U1 get ,lyfbaki . I M rw.. - V A , ,. V5Wf,,iT?,,TAN 1 I e,..i:. 21 " Q if nnin f - , Il " vs A NLRHS is a school of many faces with its I ,N ..... K V .,ferw:1fs...,,,gT.HK , M . ig5,5iZQTvkj V 3 V- . Industrial Arts Building and Music Building. h N i fd in Within these buildings, students are taught and trained for professions and pleasures oftomorrow. 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M .,.. 4 Tg444o'Qi3tt5I-'Q'-:-1"r'2.'va -'-Awwfif' his-S41 A , ,Q H qv - , - .- fg.. ,..' in a. - .v - if 2.1, Nw ,yi .f Mr H " mms. aw 1539.-. ,i,.-3 3:41 ,....---K 1 , fwfr K1 lt..-N. , W, L I 1 I .-b, 5- an-A.-.v.5i..tm..1-A M.-1.....-. N, .- , W J- nm. .- .-. I Their many talents are displayed as the Cheerleaders participate in a skit for the pep as- sembly before the Hall basketball game. 5 f v9 V, .1 9 Q ,r : f rg. Wildcat Spirit is taken even farther with a visit from Emperor Holiday or a local radio station, a pep breakfast sponsored by the Y-Teens and a 60-foot long tele- gram to the team from the community. ,,,, Y r. ,La nm ff'-de ' I lLJX.'LLa...L..i.i iii me 48' 6olor Day Royalty Honored The Unicorn in the Garden" added to the festivities. Two Wildcat maids feel royal excitement. Alice explains Wildcat spirit to the silly rabbit. Wildcat Color Day Royalty were introduced to Alice's Wonderland. .ably . W,T.' " , ,E A11 the show and splendor of a Coronation is reflected in the faces of Queens Rose and Cathy as they hold court attended by their maids. 'Wi T is 16 A . 539135. If iv Na! ,411 Wrfrk Wildcat Hill p rove s that school is not all studying. A long desired snow finally fell in January, giving students an ex- tra v a c at i on. This snow also provided an artistic outlet for some of the more talented stu- dents. Football season brought honors to the lettermen and also brought a special appearance of the Razorback Band from the University of Arkansas. .7 -i ,Q-r' -at - - .. ' mx: we sau un- 13: The annual Thanksgiving assembly pro- vides students with a chance to share their blessings to needy families by fillinghome- room food baskets ...... we're still won- dering about those football players and cheerleaders ...... The University of Arkansas Schola Cantorum enchanted the student body with their Christmas Music. . in ' X ' - 'fx' X wjgg yi L 1: ,J A A- I ' rg, . , Rf 5 ix? a xzfww 'xxxkyx 2 A , I - Q 3 gg .- ' V A ,A . Q V 2 iw' WEFYQ' X ' f 1 . , 1 . A ,Az-2 j 1' , X 1 v M sf tftgf e. t ' it 'W f'f- "'fYf'- ' 1 F ' 1fn+'Sf?:. ' xv 1 4 .. in A' l "F ' 'f z if 1- WH' ' , .. ,J -I 4 .f'T'i'i-' Q- , ZYFQYLEA ' 'X 3-" -' Qft- ie 5 -4 ff 'Y 95' ind' , fi 11 :- ff., an - - Y yew ' ,. u-. .x-.fffl , - u' '- Q f - 4 .3 V. A .-.l,.:i,, ,, . 46 , , '. H 3, -25.55-1.. -A-,-,......4 .Q -.. ' ,, , Z ' V '49 . 'X 4. 1 ' -. f"7!i 4 4 M , . """ Y' , .Vi as-A...f-1, ' " l sr , V ff, -- - nuanuuuulautvuim 'Y 4-v--4 A-Q4 'hi-15 f33Pir:'2?Z2 .nQwif'4Qli . - -.-. . ,.,......, 1 ' ' '- . -f., ' ?' ""' 'H , 'Wu 'W' 1. f - V STM Cflb' ,CUVK --...... Pate '68 ?0llic's With all the excitement of a world premier, the '68 F ollies again spell-bound a packed auditorium. The mu s i c al comedy was written, pro- duced, and directed by David Edwards, andthe hit went on the stage through the combined ef- forts of the student body, stage crew, art de- partment, and student council. A love story and a comedy, with in- stances of raging violence, the Follies starred Norman Snow and Robbie Toler. Much time and energy were spent on the sets by the stage crew and art department to produce a life size and life-like tree and the arches and steps of Rome. Seemingly mir- acles, thehero, Petro- nius Protagonus, met Marania and fell in love, Venus, Goddess of Love, appeared, the tyrant Caesar was put to death, and finally Marania arose from death. """ Grovius, the villian, made his entrance and tole away the hero's love. The obnoxious aesar met his bitter end, and p as s i on ate peeches were made to the citizens of Rome y Mark Antony and Brutus. Ei 1 Q91 -v Wildcat fl!!! is Pzzidcizz M 1 iif'W"' v I 1- ,MII i ff ff7YYf7"y' 9- . 1 , ....-,...1.,...,., .,.......,,.....,....,.1-..1 Academies often is oooluded by The glamor which surrounds our school Disciplines we need---and ru1es--- And things to dog but only in addition to Our all-important education---for As We work in lab and classroom All of knowledge stands before us Waiting for revelation and use. -lil X, ff I - XX-xxlq I J .A WJ- M - - Ulm! 111 1 fi f- n Q Ill W f,,ff ff Mix J ,A M T: Y 174 'i ei l 3 J, W 7 if oxsljafiifrmin :. 'on 24 1 Liberal Ar 34 S it X Fine Arts. 66 V Commercial Arts 74 XPraotica1 Arts 78 X. Physical Fitnes i its 84 l t H 5 ' , Y X jj A , f I V irr- M I'. Fred StO1'll'l-PI'eS1dQl1 Heard nf Sdumtiwz The faculty and student body of the Senior High are deeply grateful for the service which is given sacrificially and free of charge by the Board of Education. Mr. Richard Oliver-Vice President Mr. Cecil Keller-Secretary 1 I! 'ff Mr. Walter Vestal, Jr. .J?UiIUIlFP1 If Mr. Graham Thompson Q Mr. C harles Stroud a i L? Admiui mzfivcr Superintendent F. B. Wright, one of the state's most highly respected edu- cators, is completing his twenty-fourth year with the North Little Rock Public School System. Mr. F. Bruce Wright Superintendent of Schools Mr. James Taylor, superintendent of buildings and grounds, and Mr. Garland Beavers, director of instructional services talk in front ofthe Administration Building. 4? pilltffllfibl '- nom um: nw: moon ttti A Deputy Superintendent and two Assistant Superintendents complete the administrative staff. ANP' lk Q s Q' l l l Mr. George E. Miller Deputy Superintendent ' me ff i "sg fi E x , I 31 ' I , i ' ,sf-5' W W 1 ,f.., Mr. S. Thomas Christie Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum Development l l w W Mr. William E. Shelton Assistant Superintendent for Business Affairs iff, SEZ? Mr. Raymond Burnett Principal Directs clam! Activities As principal of NLRHS Mr. Burnett is active in all North Little Rock's events, from Open House to the annual Pep Breakfast. His great interest in Wildcat Hill is shown in his hard Work. Mr. Duane Huddleston, Assistant Principal, also serves as Dean of Boys. 'UH' Mrs. Clara Green School Nurse 1? ei: Mrs. Vada Cowan teaches Senior English in addition to her duties as Dean of Girls. 601111 elvr and Miss Merdith Landers Director of Counseling Services ,Cibrariau Mrs. Carol Scott Counselor 3 O y iv EFF? Miss Helen Frazier Counselor Mrs. Charles L. Carpenter Head Librarian Mrs. Faye V. Billingsley Counselor Mrs. Thomas J. Booker Assistant Librarian Mrs. Margaret McCloskey is kept busy with her job as secretary to the principal. wwf Mrs. Madge Millsapps assumes her duties in the General Office as secretary and clerk. HH Secremris Kun chaff! With fffficicmfy Mrs. Helen Elam keeps records in the guidance office as one of her duties as secretary. Mrs. Elizabeth Church, on the H111 for two years, is sec- retary to Athletic Director and Coach Ken Stevens. 'Q-.. Mrs. Helen Montgomery also works in the General Office as secretary and clerk. Mrs. Linda Jenkins, a new-comer to Wildcat Hill, is a -,,f new secretary in the guidance office. liberal Arts Dircvf ?uturc' f Educated M1114 Believing in the wisdom of Plato's thesis: "The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life", the Liberal Arts Department endeavors to give each student a firm foundation on which to base his life. The courses listed as the liberal arts are those subjects that are generally thought to en- courage the use of the cerebrium. To the Greeks we are indebted for the definition, improvement, or innovation of these arts. To Aristotle and Euclid we owe our basic theories of geometry and mathematics. Epicurus was the first man to formulate a simple theory of atoms. Ptolemy, the geographer, calculated and drew a map of the World, and we know now that his estimates of the size of the earth were very nearly correct. Archimedes's laws are still the basic principles of physics. Despite all these priceless gifts the Greeks have given us, the one still valued most is our basic principle of government. The title "de- mocracy" honors Demosthenes, who urged the ancient Greeks to protect their liberties. Soson, the Athenian leader, gave the people the right to govern themselves. Because of the constant struggle to keep our freedom, we still study our democracy in history and government classes. Cfvmmunicafizws Achieve Gm! af lludcrsmmiing Spoken and written words create a plane of understanding es- sential to the man who wishes to advance and progress in life. Man is never silentg his perpetual thoughts need be expressed and understood. This struggle for understanding in today's vital and changing World is prepared for through the communications courses offered at NLRHS. These include grammar and rhetoric, American and English Literature, speech, journalism, and creative writing. S iw K Q d r Mr I. . .- A ffl. N z. 1. 54:35 Pr zfgnl ax V 3 f ' ,211 EW , , 3 'fiff-qi: , Q ' Hin u a 97' Mrs. Sue Perry is chairman of the Department of Communications 'QL Mrs. Lynn 'Parkington lectures to her sophomore English classes. Mrs. C. B. Bryant is amused at the unexperienced questions of one of her sophomore English classes. 36 Snglish z L' anguagcr nf Zfomvrrow A newcomer to the faculty, Miss Frankie Lynn Greco' teaches tenth grade English. N Mr. Ray Poindexter instructs juniors and seniors in the fundamentals of the English language. 1 'vii Grading the junior themes is Mrs. Lucille W. Cook. Mrs. Joe Bumgardener, junior English teacher, shows Buddy Davenport his mistake. tm L. 'da Sf gli l5duid.,,,,,. . N jx K 1 Ri Q fx x A Z C. FOJ O A Man's desire to communicate with his fellowman is fulfilled through his exploration of the English lan- guage. English teachers at NLRHS present English in the light of a way of communicating with the past as well as with the future. While striving to guide each student in obtaining and practicing the principles of grammar and composition, much emphasis is placed on literature. Books are the key to knowledge and the study of great American and English literature help to open the door to this knowledge, Head of the Communications Department and sophomore English instructor, is Mrs. Sue Perry. M r s. Paula Bookout teaches classes ofboth regular and ac- clerated junior Eng- lish. Filing one of her sophomore English student's theme is Miss C arol Carter. Mrs. John R. Hendrick teaches senior accelerated and regular English classes. 'S Lecturing her senior English Classes on Seventeenth Century English literature is Mrs. Billy Jo White. Mrs. Mary Meltabarger seems puzzled over the "Julius. Caesar" test answers of her sophomore English classes. X , 5 . 6 ... . i . , z' 5 it CY 4...4-"K, ' it " W Along with teaching senior English, Mr. William E. Garvin adds to the enjoyment of the Senior Breakfast with an organ solo. 'aw' - Mrs. J. H. Riley begins teaching a new chapter in English Literature to her sophomore English classes. Illustrations help Mrs. Callie Sutterfield give a new per- spective to her senior English classes. i Mrs. Linda Hovee teaches junior English and one class of first year speech. f 5.42 .' . ,gtti E597 .... 39 Wildcat editors Debbie Cook, Toni Carter, and Christie Munnerlyn con- fer with sports editor Norman Snow. Photographers Jim Murphy and Byl Harriel reload their cameras. jauruali ru Records History V45 If Happen Journalism writes the history of the school as it happen. In journalism I students receive a general introduction to the field of journalism and learn to write for print. Through the year a genuine interest in writing, photography, ad- vertising and lay-out is developed. The second course in learning to write for print includes training in writing, logical thinking and organ- ization of ideas, originality, and initiative. Journalism Il students edit sixteen issues of the 8-page newspaper and the 300 page annual. WR M, , s. M AQ x - E A m .c 1 52-7T'l" ". , ., "5 I' CY Journalism and creative writing teacher Miss Kayte Lou Russell explains page lay-out to Billy Gray. sv ' Carla Campbell and Mille Pearle prepare the Hi- Comet for mailing ....... An interview with a former NLR student proves news worthy for editor Billy Gray. Typists are very important to the Journalism department as Ann rv-ww Hi Comet Editors David Edwards and Billy Gray make-up the paper as Johanna Arnold helps. 5: Advertising manager Beverly Byrd prepares the ads for the Wildcat and Hi Comet. Officers of the Future Journalists are Norman Snow, Presidentg Carol Dickerson, Secretaryg Ann Wilson, Vice-Presidentg and Beverly Byrd, Treasurer. Hrmfizfe Writing Offered Qirsi Zfime at 1313145 One of the three newest courses added to the NLRHS curriculum, Creative Writing is an exploration into the field of writing for those interested students. They analyze and produce future "masterpieces" of their own. Each stu- dent is evaluated on his efforts in the course. Writing song lyrics, biographical profiles, poems, short stories and even short novels is included in the activities of the class. Proud author, Don Barker, reads his creation to an appreciative Mary Pat Norman. Creative Writing students hard at it on biographical profiles. .K Ng Students lnfrvduc d C0 Art af peak ing Never in history has training in speech been of greater importance than it is today. In today's world the spoken word, rather than the written word, is the most influential mass medium of communication. The human voice is now apowerful force in mass education and thought stimulation. Speech students are instructed in the fundamentals of communication, public speaking, and interpretation. They practice what they learn through a series of speeches and interpretive readings. fffklk ,- V' I A Rivals Wayne Curry and Jimmy Turbyfill fight over their shared sweetheart Barbara Turner in a skit for speech. Steve Davis speaks to classmates on a. recent experience. 5 . J, I u3 Y al: f ff? X 0 0 fn iv t Mui, Tx I x if TA? .V S i Q ,vp X eg . 'Q 'K .,,- ,q t " f' -1' . ' 4 N " llxiffg f 1 i f t- , f 1 , .- ,,.,, - ,'j..i,,W,4c 11 - fi 'il at 4' riff " ' , ff . hast: Ei- ' 4 ' ' ' ff Y Jin X L W ' A 1 jr, A' I7 L 7 N N x M , xr ' r "' , I 1, 1' 11" , .At .We Q " IQ' 1 4' 6 .ez Q M A ... " ' W 1 A - V -, - s-Lilirf? - ' y, -m i.-W-. ..,. ,. 4 , V Speech and drama teacher, Mrs. Dona Heil, supple- ments d r a m ati c instruction with programs fr 0 m Broadway musicals. Presenting an impromptu skit are Jan Greider and Reggie Mahan. H , :ragga Gr Mrs. Gladys Womack, French I teacher, and her students make use of the language lab. French Club officers are Beverly Bently, Treasurerg Liz Davidson, Vice-Presidentg Barbee Berger, Reporterg Charles Medlock, Presidentg and Joan Dalziel, Secretary. 44 Education Advance Students at NLRHS are offered a choice topursue three languages-French, Latin, and Spanish. French may be taken for two years with a third year for advanced students. First-year is a beginning course which includes exercises to develop speaking and writing skills with emphasis on a basic Vocab- ulary, pronunciation and grammar. French II is a continuation of French I with the third year a course in becoming more fluent in convers ation. French II and III teacher, Miss Jane Gill lectures to her students on French history. Latin Club officers are Larry Hargett,Presidentg MilliePearle, Treasurerg Beverly Cook, Secretaryg and Jay Hudson, Vice-President. H Q , l 4 Chrouglz Lfzznguugc A beginning course offers a basic vocabulary, grammar fundamentals and composition in Spanish I. Spanish II con- tinues in the intensive study of grammar and Vocabulary. The advanced student is able to become somewhat fluent in conversation. Latin I and II are courses studying the basic principles of grammar with emphasis on verbs. Latin II goes into the translation and reading of "Caesar's Gallic Wars." i any Mrs. Sarah Helms, Latin teacher, tells her stu- dents of ancient Roman history. Spanish Club officers are Suzette Doris, Treasurer, Marjorie Lacy, Reporter, Danny Baw, Vice-President, Barry Davidson, Secretary, and Susie Kirpatrick, President. Spanish teacher Mrs. Bernice Hunt has been a Wildcat supporter for many years. Students conjugate verbs in Spanish before their class. Mrs. Hazel Ragland, chairman of Social Studies Department, teaches economics and American government. aria! Indies Offer Insight fum the Warld A social studies student gains knowledge of the world---politics, diplomacy, war and its heroes and villains. World and American history, economics and American government, world geography, human relations, and consumers' economics make up the department's course of study. These courses offer a treasure chest of the knowledge and philosophy compiled for thou- sands of years. They tell of our great country, of the heritage it has received from former cultures, and of one's relationship to his fel- low man. Current magazines are put to use in Economics by Jimmy Anderson and Debby Davis. ,Amcrimlf Hi tary Drumafizes Story af Zrfzwfry American history is the chronological story of our nation from its discovery to the present time. It involves the political, economic, and social aspects of our country's development and their effect on the American Way of Life. This Course is 9. Survey of the problems of our Mtrs.tJeanhF1en2igg,tAmerican history teacher, makes out . . . . aes or ersuens. country, involvement in world situations, and our participation in the affairs of the country. Z A As a project, Tim Kelley and Jayne George show .--"' M gingerbread made from an original colonial recipe. American history teacher, Mr. Carl J. Moore lec- tures to his students on the discovery of America. Sherry Henry, Jamie Leasure, Mary Bost, and Danny Blucker investigate the different aspects of the battles of the Revolution. i":' 1 48 Explaining the Great Depression of 1929 to her Am e rican history students is Mrs. Grace Mosley. Juniors Tim Kelley, Robert Newth, Rita Lewis, and Ronnie Ray dress dolls in their native costumes. ,fwzcrimn Hi tory ,4 ufak ms Nativmzl Heritage Mrs. J. B. Priddy does extra research for a class discussion in her American history classes. Conducting a mock session of the United Nations are Arab David Henry, Secretary General Bill Wilkerson and lsralite Edgar Cox. Hi tary and Gsrfgrapizy Discuss Wrfrld Affair World History is a presentation of mankind from the beginning of time through ancient Egyptian culture westward to the present. It is astudy of how education, religion, and culture have influenced man's thinking and living through the years. Concerned with acquainting the student with the physical, cultural, and economic aspects of the world, World Geography also includes global affairs. Current events are stressed to familiarize the s tudent with world problems. . ,ff-A .-fflbfwfw is -V . . z r ' i if , iff A ff ' .B , I , ,.,,3,.l,Qg,i5g,,,, 6 " ' ' r,1'.--SJ V13 .S?ff!'Sfi1f'.:ilTGf32""m Twffi 3 .. , ,,,,. at kcr,,, ., - 'Y:f::"i:gf'.,- '- ' World Geography teacher Mr. Roger O. Reaves discusses a lesson. -f -svi 1-W, . Senior Bill Bridges shows soph- omore Diann Hitt where points 1 are on the map. Mr. C. W. McFall Senior High's only World History teacher for many years. Bobby Tyson and Carol Ann Dickerson profit from World History "extras", World Geography in- c lu ci e s the whole world as Kathy O'Ke1ley and Sammy Rogers find. Human Kelatiaus Dcvclvps Human relations gives students an understanding of basic psychology to help them develop good personal and social adjustment. Personality development and understanding of human behavior are discussed with special detail on the individual. Studies also include social courtesies, attitudes, occupations, and girl-boy relationships. A special unit of study is devoted to learning facts about alcohol and narcotics. Human relations helps students to develop their own philosophy of life. Hnmni vuun Students explore the psychology of their own lives. v 'H' ,,,,.....a-n.., I N, Assigning a new chapter in the text is Mrs. Garland Beavers ...... .Kent Chrisman and Pat Stewart use the library facilities for additional information. WA ZXA-4 "7 ff Mrs. Lewis Cammack lectures to her human relations classes on planning for the future. I K we Phila oplzy of lfzfc Students consider the value of their relationships with others. Mr. James R. Parker lectures students on the various ways of choosing a vocation. QJQQ Combined with teaching efforts, bulletin boards contribute to education. Tnncnrucn 'K 3' :xiii Mrs. William Pharr finds time to help make decorations for the Senior Breakfast as well as teach human relations. Matlzelaalies Prepares far afaarrauf In this complicated age, mathhas come to the forefront as one of the most important subjects. From simple arithmetic to the more complex trigonometry and calculus, math courses are offered. Various theorems, axioms, and postulates are offered to the students in the math classes. These are put to use as the student advances through the courses. Gwmcfry Develop JM aflzefmzfiml kelafinn hip Amusingly answering her geometry students' questions is Mrs. Rebecca Johnson. an :La y . mmf' v.! 5 Mrs. Nora Lee Lawless, who serves as Chairman of the Mathematics Department, teaches accelerated and regular geometry classes. Q., Larry Ketcham and Carol Chapel experiment with the relationships of circles ...... The angles inaplane prove fascinating to sophomores Kathy McDaniel and Trica Watkins. Having teaching duties in geometry and general math, Miss Jean Walz lectures to her students. r . f -fr ,fry Helping Gayle Woods, Mrs. Patsy Malin explains ' -5' M the various principles in geometry. -'f X 5 4 Geometry helps a student understand the development of a mathematical system based on inductive and deductive reasoning. It in- tergates plane and solid geometry with an ef- fective use of previous math learned, from ad- dition to the Pythagorium Theorum. Geometry also deals with the measurements, properties, and relationships of points, lines, and angles. In addition to the regular geometry course ac- celerated geometry gives an introduction to trigomonetry, coordinate geometry and the his- tory of mathematics. Sophomore David Sowell shows his new skill learned in geometry. Geometry students apply theorums and postu- lates to their daily class work. Algebra II Crain gllfllfb' M afhemafician Math, it is said, is the basis for the jobs of tomorrow. It is used in everydayliving and in Work also. With algebra I and geometry as abackground, the algebra II student is presented various axioms, analysis, and formulas. As the course progresses a basic introduction to trigonometry is given to the student. '14, w, 7.7 ji fra, 3,41 7 wl,'l-J M-. .qev -.1 I ' fi' 593343 :far 1 ., -. Visual aids prove valuable to Algebra II teacher Mrs. Phyllis Simon Algebra I Give l6'zz ic lruvfurc' Algebra I involves the basic structure of algebra. It is the first course in the field of advanced mathematics. The student acquires the ability to apply algebraic concepts and skills. After completion of algebra I, the stu- dent may advance to geometry and algebra II. wi- ir, . A Q, S M K till in Ag ,., , K W,fs,..i 5 ' 31 Sa rj .. Explaining division with variables to Sandra Brown is junior Jenette Biggs. Geumz! Math lmprvzfe l6'a if kills General Math, wh i c h may be termed mathematics for the practical man, is acourse of b asic skills in the fundamentals of arithmetic. The course includes e v e r y d a y math, number systems, elementary algebra, and geometry. .1 39 3 ., ft A'- Q: S Miss Patsy Griffith works a workbook example problem for Ann Childress. Students work to complete the day's assignment. Neither Mr. Nick Nikapour, general math teacher, nor Bo Terry can seem to find the puzzling mistake. Even sophomores can do math, as Shiela Williams shows. mera! Math Prmfide Qirm Hackgrvund Explaining the fundamentals of general math is Mr, Jerry Huddleston. gi? 'ig-,M A former Wildcat student Mrs. Dorothy Orahood types a test for her general math classes. Mrs. Betty Suva grades the math tests of her students. Wildcat students find that mathematics can be interesting after all. Nd-'Alb-r ' ,A. d 4 Math analysis students present their original formula for devising antilogarithms. Ronnie Hughes struggles to find an acceptable an- swer to his homework. Pointing out the various use of functions to David Henry is Lenita Thibault. Advaucvd Math Jnfriguf Searching M inds The knowledge gained through advanced math presents a student well versed in mathematical pro- cedures and well indoctrinated with valuable founda- tions for the future. Introductory mathematical anal- ysis encourages the student to do independent research in search of solutions to complicated equations. Trig- onometry emphasises the relations of a triangle with its corresponding parts. Calculus challenges the stu- dents to find the methods of reasoning by computation and symbols. 1-Q. X . Mrs. Helen Weeks teaches advanced math classes in the form of trigonometry, math, analysis, and calculus. K 'eagle M 1 sa, S -"" fiance Offers flzplamztiou Of ,Cifc The many phases of education that compose Science offer the explanations of life, death, disease, and growth. Plants, minerals, and animals are explored to answer the burning questions "How and why?". There is the excitement or fresh discovery, the discouragement of a failure, the endless note taking, the research--the dynamic search for answers. The science curriculum at NLRHS is designed to both educate and enlighten the questing mind--to make our world a better and more enjoyable place in which to live. Amateur Scieniisfs 8r,vl0rc' Kmlm nf Physics The most advanced science at NLRHS, Physics offers students a chance to be in- troduced into various aspects of the labora- tory, using principles learned in mathematics and chemistry. Student scientists enjoy their brand new laboratory as they learn the physical and chemical make-up of various elements of the earth along with the laws of gravity and relativity. X ,l" F , 'tr 1 .gf David Henry and Joe Kuonen conduct an experiment with magnetism. .?Ui5fM6 X . "'4 Hialvgy lmfc figaie Misra wpif World Biology is the study of plants and animals. The course deals with the classification, anat- omy, physiology, and relationship to each other. Use of the microscopic, collections, dis- section and laboratory experiments are put to use in the classrooms of plain and accelerated biology. Mrs Mary Emma Hess demonstrates the correct techmque to EE. as Q Don Brown, Wendy O'Cain, and Steve Roston take a look at some sample specimans. Xxx Jkiiyrqk A ki Vw xg, Pointing out the structure of an atom to his biology stu- dents is Mr. Jon Robins. Dennis Campbell works diligently to answer the biological questions of a c raw fish. fix Discussing the human body are Sally McGee, . the skeleton, Endsley points of the humerous anatomy of the Gayle Woods and . . . . . .Using sophomore Gail out the function bone. eff? N wtf Q 1 Miss Mary E. Law teaches classes of both biology and life science. 63 Hhcmisfry Opens Dzwr 270 Aga of Cnmrfrrrfuf Chemistry students daily explore the substance of life, ably directed by Mr. Jack Ward. In both the classroom and the laboratory the students discover the elements that compose the earth and W , universe., These students experiment y kijflii with chemicals of all grades using their 'A new equipment and facilities of the science building. A ,cl V ,J .fi , . X , J ' v . 5 f 3' -1 1 N- Mr. Jack Ward, the chemistry instructor, explains the use of a radiation counter 4 ' 5 H . my i Chemistry students make full use of the new lab. I Glenette Bowman takes the role of the "mad scientist", ZX The perplexities of chemistry baffle the students. 64 Lyifff Science .Adds New Meaning If life Life science is a study of all living things, both plant and animal, un i c e l lu l ar and multi- oellularg their structure and composition and also their relationship to their environment as awhole. The basic laws of life are fully presented. This course helps one to understand himself better and helps one to be able to adjust to his surroundings. Tv? "N-me 'Ulla Mr. Bill Bounds sketches an illustration ofa hydra for his life science students. -f""-' WK iw? is . , Life and unified science teacher, Mr. Doug Moore, explains the first stages of human embryo. W I . 'Wi ffshlfieif- HTF 'nifiizfg 213 ?y ,Q X N' M l l Z Former N,L.R, cheerleader, Miss Joy Phillips, now teaches life science at her alma mater. Science students find the laboratory to be afascinating adventure into the meaning of life. ka, 9046 ,4 ris lnsfruc! Chrvugh Rich Heritage The modern world shall always be indebted to the Greeks for their appreciation and refine- ment of the fine arts. The ancient Greeks were the first culture to give depth and dimension to the graphic arts. The western world still marvels at the beauty and grace of the human form as captured by classical sculpture. It was Keats who wrote of the timeless beauty of the Grecian Urn. The Greek t r ag e d i e s of Sophocles and Euripedes reveal ageless truths about man's re- lationships with other men. The innovation of masks to be used in drama has made the name of Thespius known to centuries of theater pa- trons. The simple, enchanting notes of the Greek shephards played upon their lutes and lyres have developed into the musical m a s t e r pi e c e S that man enjoys today. With this heritage behind them, the Fine Arts Department is designed to give creative students a chance to expand their talents. Under the guidance of trained and competent instructors gifted students learn the intricasies and pos- sibilities of their field. In this way students receive a well-rounded education with a view- point from which they can better appreciate the beauty of life. ,411 Arauscs A Kara' zzlmls NLRHS offers basic techniques and fun- damentals of art to the first-year students, while the second-year participants engage in works of their own creations, expressing their abilities in such fields as water colors, oils, pastels, and charcoal. This year NLRHS Art students have par- ticipated in various art shows and worked making a mural for Chamber of Commerce for its annual banquet. A ff, I il Mike Ellis and Cherece Athy display their talents in oils and pen and ink. "7'1. all Ay g .f- .ff,',fJ,lQ1fl,f fm' My 4 2' ' 1 ,S ' "fs, ff? In . f , if ' ik Q ? ..,. ,N Y L is 1' A 'E ' 1 I-, 4, 1 . gh" a : 'Q ., ,gf 1 H-5 f . f K! -,. I A f-'mu' W I i, ff ' . . Q . ' 4 ' v' " ' -W .. , , . 3 'Vw ir ,EQ :K "" ' Af- ! . Y , . b 1 . , - W il " ' 5, . W . . , : 55 . t, ,Q-g, jeg 'ft it if ri b 4 t nh Q W 1 it 5 5' . 1 . N' if .4 N H 3 - - i?""ff L' J, ' e, 1 b b lg ,,,g X f U f mf? N V ai My I I .P . A , ' if-Elf - . K ' . ,A gflliam' ' 1 In 4 Mrs. Searcy Thompson, veteran art teacher on Wild- cat Hill has enjoyed seeing many of her students go tH,,4,, , on to professional work. As one of the Art Club's yearly projects, the trophy case windows are decorated with colorful Christmas scenes. Officers for the 1967-68ArtClub are VivianKetcher, Treasurerg Holly Hamlett, Secretaryg Pam Mask, Presidentg and Jan Masters, Vice-P resident. G Drama I7r66id6s 136166166 far 6r66zfi66 Graufih True drama began with the Greeks and this creative art has continued to be studied for nearly three thousand years. The pur- pose of the drama classes at NLRHS is to give each student the background and mechanics of the theater. Under the direction of Mrs. Dona Heil, drama students have performed a wide range of scenes from theater literature. This not only acquaints the student with valuable knowledge, but prepares them for serious stage productions. Mary Pat Norman and Bruce Firestone cavort in Thurber's Fables. i Ray Branton, Norman Snow and Mary Pat Norman emote in Thespian spon- sored poetry reading. Ken Pollack a.nd David Edwards prepare make-up for "Li1iOm." Edgar Cox is trapped between Jaci Duke andKaryn Walker in scene from "A Beggar's Opera." M.,M.si . ' Firestone finds the foibles and follies of Thurber's Fables. Norman Snow makes histrionic gesture in inter- pretation from Baudelaire. Mrs. Dona Heil supervises David Edwards' make-up for "Li1iom." Mrs. Heil lectures to drama class on make-up technique, Judy Williams is the willing model. 69 me -Ama NLRHS has every reason to be proud of 1ts 1n- strumental muslc department, for It IS recogmzed the country over for 1ts prowess and amazmg ab111ty. Be lt at a concert, pep rally, or game, these ded- . :meaty The Wildcat band spells greatness on both field and stage. Pep Band Contributes to Wildcat spirit at games and assemblies Mrs. Elizabeth Bickford, accompanist for the Concert Choir, is the co-director of Choral Music. Mr. Clarence S. White is director ofthe Choral Music Department. Ehoir Dcvclvp Talents The '67-'68 Concert Choir attained a standard of excellence rarely achieved by any choir ever at NLRHS. ' o4 K F ,s 37 Txnlx h ' 5' 1 L l 1 fl' I I Many rehearsals create near-perfect presentations. - P 5 Y t :Lg .3 i 2 3 1 f. . . Girls' Trio and Boys' Quartet entertain at many Wildcat functions. 3 1 L. -11 Kvmmercial ,4 rts Zfczzfh Kusiness Skills A scene typical of an ancient Greek market place might show a merchant conducting his business with several slaves behind him noting transactions, making notes, and keeping account of money. The modern office worker might not be a slave, but her duties resemble those of the clerical slave of ancient Greece. Today's busi- ness world is infinitely more complexg and a secretary or clerk needs more complex skills to work efficiently. For this reason, many modern students try to gain all the business skills possible before leaving high school. Ku imfss Sk ills Give ew In ight Training in the business skills introduces students to the vocational skills involved in routine clerical work. In bookkeeping students learn the functions performed by busi- ness and are given clerical tasks through workbooks con- taining such forms as checks,bank statements, and cash records. Various bookkeeping cycles are developed in the basic form through practice sets. Business principles and business law are combined courses to give meaning to the completeness of common place legal activities. A study of contracts, debtors, in- surance, property and bailment help the students gain an understanding of our legal system. Business principles is also designed to give an understanding of the basic funda- mentals of American business through a study of operations and management. ff . I Miss Phyllis Hickey teaches business principles and business law to juniors and seniors. Stan Shults checks over his homework to find his mistake. Bookkeeping and business training teacher, Mrs. Mary Louise Schmidt, explains debits and credits to her students. Bookkeeping presents a challenge to Shelly English. , Explaining how to set the margins to Betty Andrews is Mrs, W, .W. Miller, typewriting teacher, and head of the commercial department. Karen Kail works diligently to complete her last week's assignment. Cfommercial ,4 rfs Mrs. Patricia Donahey grades the weekly assignments ofher typing students. ' no iisf a. ,ff., . . ' ,, ' ii " f"""' ",'QZT"' ' ii i k"tL Vkkr' -- --f,:.f,.': I ti -s,Q1lQff,Q 5 I 1 at 5 - , , Charles Blanchard learns that it really is harder for boys to type. 'X Vik: ' .F I -' ,s,f1:,1,.--- " 4 Pvrfecf 1671 mess Sk ill 4-s VC ,F 1, XXL A . Mrs. Phyllis Fisher prepares students to enterthe business world in her office practice classes. ,...-.14 Commercial arts prepare students to build a pathway into the business world and give new techniques to help them along. Typewriting presents a comprehensive course which emphasizes speed and ac- curacy of production. It offers skills of the machine, centering, business letters and forms, and legal forms. Shorthand builds skills in the study of brief forms, phrases, word beginnings and endings and the principles of spelling, punc- tuation, vocabulary and grammar. Office practice provides a simulated routine office experience to train students with the working knowledge of machines. Areas of study include typewriting, filing, adding machines, calculators and dictaphone transcription. A combination of advanced short- hand and secretarial techniques increases the students' skills and helps to develop a keen knowledge of business customs, pro- cedures and etiquette. wvczwsunqg, E 1 4 'L af, L X f - 2 4 . af 1 f 5. Sffasiaef. ' .P'A.,f'f .. 'Wien 1255 'HQEL' . A . wi, 9-in Shorthand l teacher Mrs. Vertie Baxley teaches students to build their skills in taking dictation. Helping Pam White set the margins is Mrs. Mary E. Hendrickson, typewriting, Shorthand Il and sec- retarial techniques teacher. Practical A rts Guide Students 714 Old and ew Skills In 594 B.C., the city of Athens required every man to teach his son a trade. Today, in 1968 A,D,, it is just as necessary for every man to be a productive part of society. In ancient Greece, tanners, smiths, potters, and builders made up the majority of the crafts. The complex world of today requires many new skills: the knowledge of electricity, the ability to understand the power machines of transpor- tation, the skill that controls the machines that build today's freeways a.nd bridges and sky- scrapers. The crafts have changed, but the fact that society depends upon the workers, craftsmen, and laborers remains true. And today as in Grecian times, ma.n is still the provider for the family but depends on the woman to take care of his home. Even before Grecian times, woman's duty was to prepare the meal and rear the children. Many modern women still possess these homemaking instincts, and classes in Home Economics help them to perform homemaking tasks in a more efficient manner. flecfrrwivs and ,M ecluzlfiml Drawing Prrparc Cradesmm Mechanical drawing, an industrial arts course offers the student an opportunity to explore the dif- ferent areas of drafting used in our industrial society. Electronics consists of laboratory work and lec- ture classes. Prepared by the training of this course students may go on to become engineers, technologists architects, and draftsmen. Ronnie Winkler goes strictly by the book while wiring. ,if 'S 1 2 Aey, , -.mfr . rarritr r 1 W H, XX Electronics can be very intriguing as Mr. Dale Grady helpsa student. ,,.,ff Y , My ff P Mr. Lonnie Johnston, mechanical drawing teacher, helps Kathy Williams. Even girls can learn to be draftsmen, as Diann Hall demonstrates. ...r fs ff Vvmfivmzl Arts With a great need for skilled technicians ex- isting in the United States today industrial and vocational education and training has become very important. Students may enroll in woodworking, auto mechanics, machine shop, and crafts. Crafts consists of five fields of work: plastics, leather-working, ceramics, printing, and home ap- pliance repair. Each student has an opportunity to complete required projects in each field. As shown here, it is not unusual for both sexes to be seen in crafts. :Wi - 3:4 ww 1 Techniques in woouworking are learned by senior Henry Corpier, while Mr. A. J. Robertson watches. Mr. Neal Johnson, crafts instructor, examines an ashtray before putting it in the kiln. 80 CH- X ff' rf ,ni "Www-f' f Shaping a board, Ernie Chastain learns the fundamentals of wood- working. Build far ?utur6 Woodworking is a course designed to familiar- ize the student with the basic techniques and skills of woodworking. Use of hand tools and hand pro- cesses provide extensive experience. A two-year course, auto mechanics teaches the basic operation and principles of the automo- bile. "On the job" training is provided as the stu- dent works on automobiles during class. Machine Shop is a two-year course designed to introduce the student to an occupational trade. The first six-weeks consists of classwork with the re- mainder in actual machine shop work. ltudent Mike Williams oils vatches. one of the machines as Mr. Robert Callahan ' Mr. Eulin C. Downing and student work on an internal - combustion engine. l l Don Sayles learns that machine shop is very detailed, but gets help from Mr. Robert Callahan. Auto mechanics involves all the parts of the car as Mr. Eulin C. Downing shows Everett Heerhoth, Billy Davis, and Bob Mosley. Mrs. Anne Browder, who teaches home economics I, instructs students on pick-stitching a hem. Mrs. Majorie Kirby gives homemaking tips to her first year home economics classes. Helm' crfmfmic guild Hatter Hams Clothing construction and cooking are basic homemaking activities whether a girl becomes a housewife or selects a career. Home economics gives a basic knowledge and skills in the field of homemaking. Areas of study include foods and nutrition, clothing selection, housing, human growth and man- agement of resources. Girls are also intro- duced to the finer points of home decorating, home nursing and child care. Ho me ec- onomics prepares a girl with the knowledge to build a better home. Home Ec students enjoy the facilities of their new kitchen Sewing proves to be a task of concentration for R1ta Bryant. Home economics II and III teacher, Mrs. Billie Robinson, helps advanced students select new spring patterns. f Q-, x wp 4 'M-A, . Janice Stell serves coffee at the home economlcsluncheon for teachers. Mixing ingredients for a ginger-ale salad is Marilyn Book. Bake-off winner Mrs. Jim McLain prepares a mystery pecan pie for home ec students. lfhysiml Hiincss Zfrains JM im! Am! Body As in the days of the Spartans, the basic ideas and ideals of the physically perfect body still remain at NLRHS. Magnificent arenas were constructed in Greece to host the cham- pionship games as e nthu s ia s t i c spectators cheered for victory. This great tradition has not been lost on Wildcat Hill. Students eagerly support with pride the athletic games of the Wildcats. In the physical education classes boys and girls learn to build a more active and healthy body to ben- efit themselves both now and in the future. Great emphasis is placed on individual de:- velopment for a strong body and a sound mind. Only the student can shape muscles and mold his mind, but the instruction and encouragement must never cease. J , , 'lf I il 1 M 'gil 1 li. ,1 k rf F' T y . fm Q H , 1 l. c 21 V .ji N4 pi? 1 Q 1 ,y .. .- 2 , I fa , ' 1 f"' , 5 b .. ui., a f 7. 4 i , N X :Y 1 1 ' an ' T15 3 , A Coach James Clark, head of the P,E, depart- .f"'3 ment, teaches boys' P.E, along with his bas- yg Mrs. JaRene Buddenberg, girls' physical year on the Hill. ketball coaching duties. if'-6 .kr A.. education teacher, enjoyed her second '- Miss Francis Lewis discusses plans with the NLR cheerleaders, whom she sponsors. fmmwm vwwwsffwwsw 4 . .- .Mu YQ H: t ' y XM 'I' mf? l gym' z I Q x R , . 5 X f 'Q ffl ,f 1 I i .,,, .L 354 A J ' f' W 1 4 f J I 'ls X is , 1 , K iv 5 Ai 6 3 5 ' 1 L i 35 ,, Q, . F Miss Charolette Brown demonstrates the correct volley ball serve to Kay ' Tucker. f One of the several boys' P,E, teachers, Coach Henry Hawk completes his fifth year on Wildcat Hill. While in girls' P. E., everything is taught from handstands to volleyball. Coach James Clark teaches boys' P,E. along with his head basketball coaching duties. QP 542' 2 ,gp Kuff? :WH V - 1 86 ' Q' f Defensive line football coach, Carol Henry conducts classes In Health to those unable to take part in P.E. F1528-' Coach Paul Clark, football coach, also teaches boys' P.E. Coach Bob Bowden instructs students in drivers' education and coaches the sophomore basketball team. Back-bends are also included in the curriculum of girls' P.E. Wi dm! Hill ls with ai ,,f,.'--w K A A ,. fi-vfrrki-T - if V f -,fgzfx XANA f 'A' 3 4 ga, ' X' f' 7 N , y 53,4 A L51 Xx .. k xr, Q ,Hi ' x V , Y 1, i2f'M"" ' ' 7 fi s i!4 K 6' fs rj, f I If . r-if ' ,I ,rsh TAX z f, fa N ' Q l fsx 'W . AMW! A X X , 'x xm I ff: Qljfrf KM' I 9. fax.. ft' f P K+: I . ' V K J , ' Y, XX V X wh . , . ' '- g i -Hg- Y - f f U, ' ' K X X, W N ,W P' 1 ',-. .1 f W- rfvlyl g x In competition men are strengthened Both in body and in characterg In cultures past, Athenians stressed beauty 3 - the Spartans thrived on ruggedness Of discipli -2 sports and garnesg Qffls . So must our Athlete W H 1 Continue striving for the s ais Of Olympian ideals of ancieEGrc3:Ee. I K en Stephens H ead C oach Director of Athletic Activities I 'nsh I Manager Mike Davis Hats Kaur in 9-3 Smszw Representing the North Little Rock High School students in the fashion they have become accustomed to on the football field is no easy task. The two previous seasons the Wildcat grid squads have been tops in the state and they were among the best again this year. The Cats roared to a 9-3 record this year against the toughest triple A division competition in the state and ended the season as the fifth ranked team in the state. Two of the Wildcats' three losses were against the number one and number two ranked teams in the state, Hall and Fort Smith Northside. In the third loss to Little Rock Central, they outgained the Tigers 249 yards to 88 yards total offense although dropping a 7-6 decision. The North Little Rock football program and the players are respected throughout the state for pro- ducing some of the best organized and dedicated teams around. The respect for the players was shown when six Wildcat gridders were named to various All-State teams. Football is perhaps the most prominent extra- curricular activity on Wildcat Hill. It creates a unity among the students and provides many enjoyable Friday nights during the three-month season. The 28 Wildcat senior football players who graduate this spring have been part of continuing the winning tra- dition that has surrounded Wildcat Hill for several years. They have a Winning standard for future Wildcat gridders to follow, and future students to enjoy. Managers f Don Hurn, Bob Heard, Bobby Strickland, Steve Lunsford and Robert Bakalekos 9-i n any H ,g53i43.53,+f4igaa,r' -at 'jg -as 5,5 k,,-'t . S 5 Q T. .. , X-W .Ja .-.- .,,.., , ,,,...,,.., M212 4, ' ' v . , , Q ' 'x,zifl? 3 'rt .a....,.."'i"' , ::.g41Xif11'- "ifT7"'T'.l f i""": W .rr-, ffl'-tff?fll" in far ' +9331 LQ 'W ...Ziff ,V,W.,. im wif 3, 5 gist X if, Lf I. Q 3 A fy Manager 'W ' it R icky smith 'rf fi it -kg, frgtt X'- 'alike . a. wr' ' -' - 3 it ks' -4 , ' n " 11 5 A fl E A 1. Ii: J vkiffnit 8 Qi 'il' S asf- 4 ..- rzififi 1 M gat' Q. f iv I 'f .f 1 , , , , .JY Jin af .. M Henry Hawk lil fx Defensive Backfield Coach ' Carol Henry Defensive Line Coach CX X1 iwwg ,A 4 Wildcats l5'las! jacksonville 35 -7 Getting the 1967 football season off to a rousing start, the Wildcats roared past the Jacksonville Red Devils 35-7. The Wildcats left little doubt from the start what the outcome of the game was going to be. The Cats ran up a 21-0 first quarter lead, scoring a touchdown on their first of- fensive play. Quarterback Phil Fisher passed 34 yards to split-end Carl Lowe for the opening touch- down. Fisher circled right end for the 11 yards and a TD to make the score 14-0 with 5:49 remaining in the first period. The Fisher-to-Lowe passing combination accounted for the Cats' third tally on a 39- yard aerial late in the first quarter. Jacksonville was unable to establish a running game against the tough Wildcat defense and came out passing in the second quarter. A nine-yard pass from David Styles to Pat Grandjean was the Devils' only score. Danny Duke blasted over from the five for the Cats' fourth TD making it 28-0 in the third period. The TD followed a 90-yard drive in 13 plays. Steve Dew accounted for the Cats' last TD on a 24-yard gallop late in the game. Sept NLR Jacksonville Sept NLR Horace Mann 5311 Cllafli, h sept NLR Blytheviue ensive 1neCoac Sept NLR Hall 14 Sept NLR El Dorado Dct, NLR Ft. Smith S'side Det, NLR Central Dct. NLR Conway 20 1 ct, NLR Pine Bluff 13 1 ov. NLR Jonesboro kiov, NLR Ft. smith N'side 26 Slov. NLR Catholic High 5 f Bob Bowden Offensive Backfield Coach ' ei i ,f f-v"""' my ig K' -s-'ff' ,f""Ni ,,-c ALL STATE, TWO-YEAR LETTERMEN Carl Lowe, Mike Riley k del Danny Duke, Mar Ry Johnny Wright, George Newcomb Johnny Wright was also named All-Southern. Tailback Danny Duke heads Cats for second year. 61115 Crump Manu ,After Slauf Qirst Hay The number one ranked Wildcats staged a comeback in the second half after going scoreless in the first half to take 21-0 shut- out win at the expense of the Horace Mann Bearcats. Neither team was able to mount a scoring threat in the opening half and Wildcats were plagued by fumbles and other miscues. A 46-yard punt return by Carl Lowe set up the Cats' first TD. With the ball on the Mann 46, the Wildcats took it in five plays later with Danny Duke going across from the 4 with 3:26 in the third period. Moments later Lowe gathered in another punt on the Wildcats' 23, side stepped several defenders, and romped down the left sideline for a 77-yard return. Mann was still unable to get its offense rolling and NLR took over late in the game on the Wildcats' 31. Steve Dew blasted over right tackle for 55-yards before he was finally brought down on the Horace Mann 10. Duke took it in from there. Benny Davis booted the PATs for the Wildcats. 6als Cake Elzicks on Hain-Drcnchsd Weld The North Little Rock Wildcats journeyed their way to Blytheville to play their first con- ference game and came home victors 42-7. The Wildcats kept putting Danny Duke off- tackle and Fullback Mike Riley was put up the middle. The Cats kicked to the Chicks in their next move but the tough Cat defense forced a punt. The powerful offense thundered their way through the Chicks as Duke scored on a 25 yard jaunt. The Chicks came to score their only TD of the night and the score was 14-7. Junior Q. B. Benny Davis moved the Cats up to a 21-7 lead. Mark Rydel then picked off an areial and raced 27 yards to paydirt. The second team tailback Steve Fisher got his second score. The Cats defense held the Chicks to 90- yards total offense. The Cats offense came to 266 yards. TWO YEAR-LETTEIRMEN Gaylon Cruse, Jim Branson Steve Vick, David Wingfield I... mW A I ,, , ,,...... 4'-O 'ME gf TWO YEAR-LETTERMEN Phil Fisher, Ronnie Winter Steve Dew, Dennis Wingfield Had Kreaks Give Hal! Victory A supurbly balanced offense and a tough agressive defense sparked the Little Rock Hall High Warriors to a 14-O victory over the pre- viously undefeated Wildcats. The Wildcats couldn't get their usually potent offense to jell as it had in the earlier games until too late in the fourth quarter. It was a frustrating night for the Wildcat punter, Hall defenders blocked two NLR punts and one snap sailed over the punters head. These miscues gave the Warriors excellent field position during the first three quarters. Hall scored again early in the second period after a bad snap over the head of NLR punter Steve Fisher and was recovered by a Warrior defender on the Wildcat 28 yard line. Three plays later Nelson tossed a 9 yard TD aerial to end Ric Becton with 10:37 re- maining in the second period. The Wildcats threatened late in the game driving to the Hall one yard line before time ran out. 45,0 in TWO YEAR-LETTERMEN Phillip Tharp, Bob Thirion Benny Davis, Steve Burkett t U ' Wildcats 611,11 Oilers I3-6 Bounding back from their 14-0 scalping at the hands of the Hall Warriors, North Little Rock's Wildcats went to El Dorado Where they capped the Oilers 13-6. The game turned out to be a kickingbattle as each side kicked the ball 3 times before a substantial drive got under Way. N.L.R. got under way at the 50 yard line hitting Danny Duke off-tackle and Fisher was passing to Wingfield for short yardage as they edged down the field. Mike Riley powered over from 1 yard out for the first score of the night. Neither team could score in the remainder of the second. Cats e njoyed a 7-0 lead at the half., N.L.R., after another exchange of punts, tallied for their second score with Duke going over from the 4. Davis missed the convertion, leaving the score 13-O. Later in the fourth quarter John Endsley hit split-end Courtney Sheppard on a 20-yard aerial which gave El Dorado their only score. N.L.R. Wound up with 13 first downs as Normon Snow and Phil Tharp headed the defense in tackling. One Warrior seems happy about it all. L- " ' 5' HYQVQM fi-nit" "" wg' , , . 5 , , L .w:"' I Y W 1 P W V wg ,,: . 1 A f Q 15.3-1 ' , , 'vs H bf' t ,LmL,x, U , A 5 M ,J mi .lik W5 W: A ,K 3 VV as , if ... - Bob Th1r1on prepares for blow. Wildcats Zlfraslf Kclrels 34-7 It doesn't pay to give Carl Lowe the ball in open field. Fort Smith Southside found this out in their 34-7 thrashing by North Little Rock. Lowe returned the only two kick-offs NLR received for touchdowns. The first one came on the opening play of the game as Lowe gathered the ball on the Cat's fiveg twisted, dodged and sprinted 95 yards to paydirt. Southside got its only score when a Tim Kelly punt was blocked and a Rebel defender, Kenny Hall, pounced on it in the end zone. The PAT was good. Lowe took second Rebel kick-off and gal- loped 90 yards for the Cat's second score. Mark Rydel picked off a SS pass that gave the Cats good field position at the Rebel 35. Three plays later, Riley burst over tackle from the 5 for the score. Davis missed his only PAT of the night. Rydel again came up with a key inter- ception which the Cat's cashed in with Duke going over from the one. The last score came in the fourth quarter as Duke rambled 27 yards for the TD. The PAT was good as Wildcats let the reserves finish the game. Final score: 34-7. ,M ""' ' , , 1' if ff ONE! YEAR-LETTERMEN Stan Browning, Tim Kelley, Quinn Thorton Mike Simmons, David Mitchell, Larry Norwood Carl Robertson, David Williams, Mike Johnson Kcnlral Straug 8ar!y, Draps 61115 7-6 Little Rock Central made a second quarter touchdown hold to take a 7-6 thriller from the Wildcats. The Tiger-Wildcat games are known for their spirited rivalry and this year was no exception with both team keyed to a high pitch. The Cats dominated play as far as statis- tics go allowing Central only 1 yard total of- fense in the second half and 74 yards for the game. The Wildcats rolled up 232 yards but managed to put only one tally on the score board. The Cats moved the ball well but were hampered by numerous miscues that stalled important drives. Central got its TD with 1:58 remaining in the half.. Central scat-back Carl Butler hauled in a NLR punt on the 5 yard line and rambled 95-yards for the TD. The PAT gave C entr al a 7-0 halftime lead. Without the services of first team quarter- back Phil Fisher Who was injured in the second period the Cats used sophomore Ricky Porter at the spot. Trying despertly to get on the scoreboard the Cats managed to score late in the fourth period on a 4-yard blast by Danny Duke. The placement attempt was no good. Dancinz. hovninz and jumping. . . . .that's Carl Lowe. gdfb' Win Over Gonway .711 .Exciting Golar Day Game North Little Rock knocked Conway from the unbeaten ranks October 20 by a score of 27-20 in Wildcat Stadium. The Cats' second touchdown came when the Wildcats tried their hand at faking. Benny Davis lined up as if he were going to attempt a field-goal but instead took a direct snap from center and fired a 7-yard TD pass to David Wingfield. This, along with a 66-yard TD pass interception return by Mark Rydell, three pass interceptions by Carl Lowe and the hard running of Danny Duke on the Cats' fourth quarter drive, had a major part in turning the tide of the game for the Wildcats. After the Wildcats jumped off to an early 20-0 lead it appeared they would run roughshod over the visitors from Conway. But two Wam- pus Cat TDs in the closing minutes ofthe first half put them back in the game. The Wampus Cats scored one more touch- down to tie it until Lowe's interception set up a 74-yard drive to win for the Cats.Duke car- ried 54 of those yards and took it over the goal from the 2. ONE YEAR-LETTERMEN Steve Fisher Clyde Little Ronnie Gatewood Phil Fisher uses the old way, straight arm. , Mike But1er,, Skippy Hearne, Buddy Davenport Don Collie, Virgil Young, Jay Douglas 'X- ii ails. P Partcr Passes to Victary North Little Rock's passed Wildcats came back, once from a 3 point deficit and once from a 13-13 tie to whip the Pine Bluff Zebras 19- 13 Oct. 27, in Wildcat Stadium. Pine Bluff got on the scoreboard, first after taking the opening kickoff. Billy Bush set up the score with a 46-yard run to the N.L.R. 10. Alan Johnson scorcdon a one yard drive. The Cats came back to score two plays later. The major play was a 38 yard pass to Lowe who carried over for the T.D. Pine Bluff drove to the Wildcat 11 before the Cat defense stopped them. Harold Pointer then kicked a 16 yardfield goal with 11 seconds left in the first period. N.L.R. not to be denied, scored their second touchdown to take the lead. The 68 yard drive was built on a 12 yard pass to Wingfield, a 17 yard run by fullback Mike Riley, and a major penalty. Danny Duke blasted over from the two for the tally. The PAT attempt was no good. With the game nearing the end, Pine Bluff tied on an 11-yard field goal by Pointer. John Tenny recovered a Zebra fumble on the Pine Bluff 37 to give the Cats their last opportunity which they cashed in. Duke went over from the 6 to win for the Cats. Final score 19-13. xg C1333 as-im? -ff ONE YEAR-LETTERMEN Jim Morgan, David Duke, John Tenny Paul Evans, John Riddle SQUADMEN .... . . .Tony Huckaby Cliff McBryde, Charles Crawford, Mike Plummer 6ats lluufiud J-lurriranes 34-O 34 - 0 was the score as the North Little Rock Wildcats unwound the Jonesboro Hurri- canes, November 3 on the Arkansas State Uni- versity field. Ricky Porter hit David Wingfield on an 18 yard TD play at the end of the fir st quarter. Mike Simmons made PAT and the score was 7-0. In the second stanza wingback Steve Dew broke loose for a 41 yard TD jaunt. Again Simmons converted for the extra point. A Porter- to- Lowe pass at the end of the first half made 21-0. Returning from the half, the Cats still fired up. and the Hurricanes losing almost all of their momentum, started at it again With NLF receiving the ball. Wayman Rowe, replacement for Danny Duke, scored on a 3-yard plunge. Simmons made the PAT. Jonesboro, did not threaten seriously the second half. Bill Latourette nearly scored as he broke loose and ran 54 yards, but speedster Lowe brought him down. Phil Fisher went over fromthe 1-yard line for the final score of the game. Wayman Rowe was the Cat's leading rusher with 60 yards on 9 carries.NLR'Stotal offense came to 386 yards with 170 yards in the air. The Cats had 16 first downs. Jonesboro's offense came to 58 yards. Nine yards in the air with 1 first down. Grizzlies Pound Wildcats 26-7 Fort Smith Northside came to play showing the Cats they were No. 1 by giving them a 26-7 pounding. Northside opened the game with the first of five onside kicks. This one they recovered giving them excellent field position. After an exchange of punts it paid off in their first T.D. Mike Sheppard did the honors diving over from one yard out. The PAT was missed. Northside wanted more Cat blood as they scored again in the first period after Glenn Bannister intercepted the first ofthree aerials he was to get that night. No one scored the second period and the half-time score read 13-0. Fort Smith came out at the half and marched 49 yards for their third score.Walker added the PAT and that made it 20-O early in the third period. The Cats' Ronny Winters took the N.S. kickoff back for 36 yards to the Grizzlies' 42. From there Porter guided the Cats to their only score of the night with Danny Duke car- rying for most of the yardage and the TD. Jerry Jennings picked off a Porter pass to set up the last score of the night as three plays later Moore passed 10 yards to Geren for the TD. The final score, Northside 26-Wildcats 7. Lowe turns it on for the score. Victorious blocking led the way for great running. Kals Sifplade kack cts an Curk cy Day Building up a 13-O halftime lead the Wild- cats went on to scrap the Catholic HighRockets 19-7 on Thanksgiving Day. The Cats pushed their first score across with 6:07 remaining in the first quarter, by taking the ball on their own 48 yard line and scoring seven plays later. The drive was aided by a 15-yard pass interference penalty on the Rockets that gave NLR the ball on the Catholic High 19 yard line. Two plays later quarterback Phil Fisher rolled to his right behind the blocking of Danny Duke and Mike Riley for seven yards and the touch- down. The conversion attempt was blocked. Fisher set up NLR's final TD when he in- tercepted a stray Rocket aerial and returned it to the Catholic High 20 yard line in the closing minutes of the third quarter. Duke took it in from four yards out for the score. Mike Simmons converted. lOO Sophomores Randy Adams, Mike Blasigame, Billy Briggs, Dennis Campbell. Mike Charles, David Corriveau, John Corzine, Ricky Davis. Arnold George, Alex Haick, Jim Hall, Larry Hay. Jay Hearndon, Bob Jones, William Jordon, Phillip Joyce. Mike Ketcher, Donnie Lamb, Doug McDaniel, Larry McGraw. Sept. Sept., Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct., Nov., Nov. Nov. Wildsophs Wildsophs Wildsophs Wildsophs Wildsophs Wildsophs Wildsophs Wildsophs Wildsophs Wildsophs Central Catholic High Hall McClellan Hall Jacksonville Central Malvern Catholic High McClellan Wildsophs Have 6-4 Smsm Building strength, depth, and experience, the NLR Wildsophs had a good season this year with a record of 6 wins and 4 losses. They lost their opening game 7-6 on September 9 against Little Rock Central High School in the closing minutes of the game. Central scored with only a few minutes left to beat the Wildsophs. Wildsophs did a better job the following week by beating the Catholic High Sophomores 20-0 on October 7. On October 21 the Wild- sophs traveled to Forest Heights Field and fell to the explosive Hall High sophs bya score of 14-0. The Wildsophs then evened their record at 2-2 with a 12-6 come from behind victory over the McClellan sophomores on Saturday, October 28. The Wilsophs again met Hall High sophs on November 4 to lose a 32-14 decision. The Wildsophs then went onto lose another game against Central 6-0, but won the following week against Malvern 19-0 to even their record at 4-4. On November 9 the Wildsophs won aclose 12-6 battle over the Jacksonville Red Devils. On November 13 the Wildsophs won an im- pressive 32-12 victory over Catholic High. Finishing the season in a prompt way the Wildsophs trounced the McClellan Lions 13- 0 Friday, November 18. The Wildsophs thus ended the season with a 6-4. Sophomores Alan Nease, Travis Parr, Dale Peterson, Mike Richie, Frank Riggins, Dean Rhodes, Phillip Sales. Randy Simpson, Greg Smelser, Ricky Smith, Phillip Stephens, Jerry Sterling, Tommy Suttle, Terry Supthin. Bill Tacket, Jerry Trammel, Bruce Waters, Kenneth Williams, Bill Word, Paul Imoff. If .J 1 ,I IO T, - ' , -gy, 190: A ,xi s in P 3 me M A 'Q f 4 4 X iff' 5 ' h 4 V N W a, ' 1 MW a ' g , , Q E -,ir W 4 , ' Hs ag if f Kals Kari llp I2-4 Hanfercncc Kcwrd Though all games areimportant to abasket- ball teain, the conference games are perhaps the most cherished. The Wildcats racked up an 12-4 conference record and finished third in the conference beating Horace Mann in thelast game of the season to beat them out of third spot. In the Cats first conference encounter they traveled to Jonesboro to do battle with the al- ways tough Hurricane. John Salmon and Bob Murphy were the big guns for the Cats tossing in 16 and ll points, respectively, in the Cats 53-38 victory. Coming home for their first home game ofthe season, the Cats continued their un- defeated conference record with a 65-48 win over the Blytheville Chicks. Salmon and David Wingfield were tops for the Cats with 20 and 19 points, respectively. Jacksonville was the Wildcats next con- ference victim falling 56-36 at Wildcat Field- house. Murphy hit for 21 points in the triumph. After a somewhat disaster holiday effort, the Cats got back into conference play against McClellan, posting a 72-54 win over the Lions and proceeding to beat the lowly Hall Warriors 72-51 the same week. Still undefeated in conference play, the Cats approached a showdown with Little Rock Central also undefeated and ranked number one in the state. The Tigers were too muchfor the Cats this time winning 71-58 in the Tigers' Sym- Bouncing back after the disheartening loss to Central, the Cats out-fought Pine Bluff to again get on the winning path 86-73. Again in the thick of the title race after Blytheville defeated Central, the Wildcats took on the Blytheville Chicks with the league lead on the line. The league lead again eluded the Cats as they fell to the hot-shooting Chicks 51-45. North Little Rock returned to their winning ways with wins over Little Rock, Hall, and Jacksonville, easy prey for the much more powerful Wildcats putting their conference Bob Murphy Jim Winget 2 vears 2 years 1 Cat rebounder Murphy reaches up and over to grab another one. Scotty Irons David Wingfield 1 year 2 years Wingfield, the Cats most tenacious defensive player, heads off basket-bound Tiger. Randy Vest 2 years lO4 Glenn Abbott 1 year record at arespectable 8-2, and leaving them in second place. Reeking with revenge the Wildcats retaliated for two pre- vious losses to take perhaps their most rewarding win of the season a 58-45 victory over their arch rival Little Rock Central before a packed house at the NLR gym. But unable to keep a sus- tained winning streak, the Cats again faltered, losing to Horace Mann 68-58. All hopes of sharing the conference crown were lost. After beating McClellan 71-65, no great accomplish- ment, the Cats again entered the losing ranks falling to an in- spired Pine Bluff Zebra team 75-62. Closing the season on a happy note, the Cats won their last two conference games 75- 59 over Jonesboro and defeating Horace Mann when the chips were down 79-61 allowing the Cats to finish third in the Class AAA Eastern Division behind Blytheville and Central. Benny Davis 2 years Dale Carpenter 1 year an-Kanfcreucc Gamzs Provide Interlude North Little Rock's non-conference games provided an appreciated interlude from the pres- sures of the conference grind. Though posting a 6-6 record, theCats' non-league games proved valuable experience for the conference bouts. The Cats opened their season with adouble- header playing both Fort Smith teams. NLR was not able to match the ability of the Northside Grizzlies at this point of the season, losing it 53-38. Bouncing back from their pre- vious game, the Cats completely dominated the backboards to whip the Southside Rebels 58-49. Coming home for the first time, the Wild- cats wallopped the Hot Springs Trojans 79-59. The Cats' attack was led by the scoring talents of John Salmon and Bob Murphy. Playing before a partisan crowd at El Dor ado, NLR dropped their second non- conference tilt 79-69. Jumping ahead early, the Cats rolled up a 68-54 victory over Conway to boost their over- all record to 6-2. Salmon led the attack with 14 tallies. Traveling across the river for the first time this year, the Cats dropped two consecutive games losing 64-62 to Horace Mann and 71-49 to Little Rock Central. Braving hazardous weather conditions, the Cats took on the Hot Springs Trojans at Hot Springs and lost a 74-60 decision. Eighth-ranked North Little Rock looked sharp against third-ranked El Dorado to take a 73-64 home court victory before a massive crowd. For the first time in the history of the schools North Little Rock met Jones High and took an easy 77-66 win in spite of the screaming Jones fans. Beating Conway for the second time this season, NLR won a 75-56 win boosting their home court streak to 16 wins in two years. Fort Smith Northside, boasting the Number one ranking in the state, broke the Wildcat string of home court wins at 16, 54-44, in the Cats last regular season game. Ricky Porter 1 year David Holsted squadman KY' All-stater Murphy scores two more on his way to another 30-point performance. Mark S003 Sfluadman William Jordan squadman lO5 NLR Ft. Smith Northside NLR Ft. Smith Southside NLR Hot Springs NLR Jonesboro NLR El Dorado NLR Blytheville NLR Jacksonville NLR Conway NLR Hor ace Mann NLR L R Central NLR McClellan NLR L R Hall NLR Hot Springs NLR L R Central NLR El Dorado NLR Pine Bluff NLR NLR Jones NLR Blytheville NLR L R Hall NLR Jacks onville i NLR C onway NLR L R Central Wingfield andVestfightwithafra.nticTroja.nfor a crucial rebound. NLR Horace Mann NLR McClellan NLR Pine Bluff NLR Jonesboro NLR Ft. Smith Northside NLR Horace Mann Tim Kelly squadman Stan Browning squadman Ricky Miller squadman Charles Johnson squadman 106 mm Eompilcs 5004 I5-ll Smsau Under the direction of a new coach, Bob Bowden, the Wildkittens experienced a season of close losses and hard luck, but still Compiled a good 15-11 record. "The Kittens improved steadily throughout the season," stated Coach Bowden. This is true as shown in the statistics of the last half of the season. Contributing the most for the "B" team and NLR 27 -- F.S. Northside 31 " 41 -- F.S. Southside 45 " 48 -- Hot Springs 46 " 49 -- Jonesboro 53 " 68 -- El Dorado 62 ' 61 -- Blytheville 39 ' 47 -- Jacksonville 29 ' 57 -- Conway 50 ' 47 -- McClellan 46 " 43 -- L.R, Hall 44 " 48 -- Hot Springs 41 " 41 -- L.R, Central 50 ' 58 -- El Dorado 48 also gaining experience for the varsity nextyear were Sophs Mark Scott, Ricky Porter, Bill Jordon, and Juniors Glenn Abbott, Tim Kelly, Stan Browning, Ricky Miller, Dale Carpender, and Charlie Johnson. The Wildkittens have made this the sixth straight year of outstanding basketball playing along with excellent hustle and participation. NLR 58 -- Pine Bluff 50 " 57 -- NLR Jones 50 " 56 -- Blytheville 41 " 44 -- L,R, Hall 45 ' 53 -- Jacksonville 23 " 68 -- Conway 40 " 40 -- LR Central 42 " 50 -- Horace Mann 51 ' 52 -- McClellan 56 " 48 -- Pine Bluff 51 " 61 -- Jonesboro 51 " 37 -- F.S. 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I 1 X 1 ' 27 gk X XX V . 4 1 - X 'lil V f' ' 1 V' , 1 .fI j X ,I XQQ YM' '- ef - f 1 -ff f ,X , I xx xx K 1 1 x il X, x ge 7 X, K f lg-vi.-F f In X HJ --1 Q Q. ei f A A df N Q stu t cbuno 1 A , 'M' ill: I X 1 4 nh qhuiu , . 'fy X Pap Cagtsl X XX 1 X . 1, - , '6 ?f1.zg. lj Vocaticfmalvflndustxrial Club T 'gage l,I A f I X Knqyc1ub 1 KX 114 5' Bo-okwprms 115 ' ' Y-'Teens I 116 1 Red cross 117 S Flilm drew 118 E Sta e drew 119 H X ' g 1 Monitors 120 Ohapel 121 Future Teachers 122 X Future I-fomemakers 123 Futur flgusiness Leaders 124 Girl I ecreation Association 125 X . X 'X 1 1141 I f Q ss U7 I i M W 1 f Z xy i XX Q X If Q jk indent Hanna!! Gonvrn NZKHS The Student Council is composed of ten representatives of each classf In addition to student government, the council sponsors as- sembly programs including Color Day and Thanksgiving. The Student Council promotes Friendly Week by giving dollars to smiling students around the campus. The week is concluded with elections of friendliest and an assembly. A new function of the council is selling programs at the basketball games. Presenting the Wildcat Follies is the main financial project. From this all school mu- sical money is raised for donations to the school. Norman Snow relates "'Twas theNightBefore Thanks- giving." The enchantment of the Color Day Assembly was reward enough for the diligent work of the Student Council. Math glllb ,za vw at N510-KS l y The newest club at NLRHS, the Math Club, known as Nu Lambda Rho, has become one of the most use- ful at the High School. Students are able to get help before school in the different math classes from the club members. A slide-rule course was sponsored for those interested students by the Math Club. Cynthia Nance is taught to use a slide-rule by Gary Winkleman during fthe club-sponsored slide-rule classes. i Bob Ferguson, Larry Lloyd, and Joe May concentrate on getting homework. l lf M Math Club member Charles Medlock helps Charles Johnson with his Algebra. Donna DeBartello gets help from Charles Medlock. Y lll Marching Catettes perform a routine of lines and angles for a fall football game. PepCats cheer the Wildcats to victory at each Friday night game. 112 The excitement of scoring overcomes Wildcat boosters Senior Catettes present a bombshell routine at a basketball game. Z9cfp6zzfs and Zafetic' Hzcnuragc' Snflzuslasm l K 5 l . i ' nder the stern C'?D leadership of officers, PepCats function ,Y I H V ,E KI fear of demerits. ' X . 'Q -. AT . . x f ff Q l, . N Aivv ' I- .,,, i ae ' ' li "-, H PepCat Officers are: Cstandingj Vicky Reid, Presidentg Cseatedj Toni Carter, Vice Presidentg Carl Ann Dickerson, Historiang and Karyn Walker, Hand Drill Leader. Catettes practice a pin wheel and perfect queen-anns in practice for their final routine. C B Despite tactics such as this, the Key Club was able to defeat the faculty 69-67 during the an- nual game. Key 611111 Serve chan! and :Immunity K ey Club bench keeps cool under intense crowd pressure. Key Club inspires young men to a life of service. Club projects are de- signed to aid school and community with selfless aid. Money raising projects such as the ever-popular annual basket- ball garne with the faculty help the club achieve its noble goals. :sf 5, Senior Key Clubber John Adams sells Cokes at popcorn at a basketball game. Key Club Preside' David Edwards addresses the student body whi officers Perry Carr, Vice-Presidentg Charlf Blanchard, Secretaryg and Ed McClain, Treasurf look on. Hank warm ,Assist Qacully and fudeufs Without the assistance of the NLRHS Bookworms, our library would not run as smoothly as it does. This group of students do everything from mending books to helping students find books to collecting. Student librarians Janet Wright, Carla Cambell, and ..-., 49 Mrs. Charles L. Carpenter and Mrs. Thomas Booker discuss 1ibrarian's techniques to senior Clinette Simmons check in books. ,... 4' C JOh2HI1a AI'f101d- Bookworm officers are Joann Millender,Secretary-Treasurerg Janet Wright, Vice-Presidentg and Charlene Stern, President. Mending books is an everyday chore as Susan Taylor and Shiela Lochridge know. 115 Ll- C5614 Draw .M an ffff E175 if J-figlzufzzy Among the various activities sponsored by the NLRHS Y-Teen Club are the Dream Boy Contest and Pep Breakfasts. Open to any girl, Y-Teens offers girls a chance to participate in service projects. The club is sponsored by the Y,W.C.A., with a teacher-sponsor at school. Officers for the 1967-68 yearwere Betsy Blodgett, Marilyn Book, Vicky Reid, Debbie Cook, Lisa Keathley, Shirley Love, Rose Hughes, Brenda Henick and Jill Fishback, not pictured. Jay Douglas finds the "Dating Game" can be both in- teresting and perplexing. A Pep Breakfast for the Fort Smith Northside football game was sponsored by the Y-Teens. 4 as . I 1 Y-Teens enjoy the program at the annual Valentine Banquet. 1-5. i 7 ljx Z mf Kcd Hrass Aid Human 'fy The Red Cross helps the student body to understand in the meaning of safety and aid through skits, special pro- grams and publications at their two monthly meetings. Throughout the year each home room Red Cross repre- sentative participates in many activities such as filling "ditty bags" for overseas good will, raising funds for poverty projects and keeping records of student accidents. R... X Red Cross members prepare folders for the summer volunteer program. Sponsor Mrs. Perry shows Gerri Brooks how to fill out an accident form. f ia. T is Red Cross officers are: Jill Fishback, Presidentg Becky Miner, , Vice Presidentg Carla Campbell, Secretary-Treasurer. 'C' Jill Fishback displays a 10092, sticker on her homeroom door .Making up information folders are Connie Hoxie and Loris Skinner. xx ff? , fx 117 X 118 X gilm Zrsuf Assists with W Vi ual ,Aid The aduio-visual department, better known as the film crew, is anindispensablepart of the school. These monitors run the projectors and tape recorders, keep track of the maps and the recording discs, andsset up all other visual aids used by teachers in the instruc- tional program. .....-t...... Film monitors Pat Croom and Jack Lytle learn the fundamentals of a tape recorder. Rewinding films is part of the job of Pat Hitchcock and Ronnie Ray. Q - Setting up and adlustmg the film projector IS the main job of Wylie Workman. Lyn Yeilding and Steve Milburn check the film schedule to keep the audio visual department running smoothly. 'I' W, tags 6I'5W Jutcgral Part of Production Stage crew has become a very unique group at NLRHS. Being responsible for several thousand dollars worth of equipment is quite a job and our stage crew does a fantastic job. Working many hours after school, the "crew" built sets for the '68 Follies, Senior play, and the all- school musical. They are also responsible for the lighting, curtains, and sound systems for all assemblies. ,.X5"u,, Constructing the theatrical set for the Senior Play is Jim Murphy. Mike Ellis and Byl Harriell work with the stage lights to accomplish magnificent achievements in shadows and lighting. Achieving perfect sound effects for any school production is an important stage crew job carried outby Lew Harpe and J a.ney Goss. In an early stage, the tremendously ef- fective tree from the Wildcat Follies is being prepared by By1Harriell, head of the stage crew. 1 19 Jlflauiior Judi ,vm able I Salam! Running the bookstore is a big responsibility as these girls find. Monitors help in various duties at NLRHS. They work in the bookstore, office, and deans' offices. !51E 1 ' Virginia LaGrossa is assigned to "hall duty" as monitor. Monitors Joan Dalziel and Kathy Dickens help Mrs. Cowan by calling the absentees. Dean Huddleston gives Charles Blanchard a pass to take to a student. 120 in 4 Seniors Barbara Grubbs, Danny Duke, and Barbara Turner direct Chapel each Monday morning. Barbara Grubbs presents a devotion. S 5. Khapel Offer in ,virafiau Each Monday morning, students at NLRHS are offered an opportunity for Christian de- votion. A non-denorninal o r g a ni z a tio n, chapel creates an atmosphere of inspiration through scripture reading, hymns, and prayer. Reading from the scriptures is Butch Hammack. The singing is accompanied by Barbara Turner. 121 q- ,Il Elf Nancy Graddy, President, serves at a Future Teacher's tea honoring the faculty. wa!" A , 122 Faculty menilaers enjoy tea. 95,4 Provide ?ulurc' Zkfdagog "To create and nurture a love for teaching, to develop leadership and to participate in worthy Lmder- takings for the improvement of teaching profession", are the purposes of the R, B, Brawner Chapter of the Future Teachers of America. Five members of FTA and their sponsor, Mrs. Lynn Tarkington, attended the SAEA Summer Workshop in Petit Jean to make plans for the coming year. Guest speakers, a tea for the faculty, scholarships programs, and the SAEA Convention at State College of Arkansas in Conway were chosen to create interest in education for the FTA members this year. ,,,-if Mrs. Hazel Ragland, senior faculty member is honored during National Education week. Future Teachers Officers include Rosemary Bird, Pat Smith, Cindy Evans, Nancy Graddy, Doris Ann Reddick, Edward Jones, and Millie Pearl Cnot shownj. Lkkl.. - -'iF"A '-P' 3. ' p 34 ,T A m F x N., A , l B . i - , 1' Y is ,IX f, , is ?ufure flzfmcmak er keady fur Zrfming Kale Serving the community is the main function of the NLRHS Future Homemakers of America Club. Any girl taking home e cono mics is eligible to join FHA. M e e t i n g s consist of demonstrations in cooking, sewing, home decoration, flower ar- ranging and other things needed by the future homemaker. fi 1 Fl-IA officers include Becky Lyons, Kay Adams, Bobbye Smith, Jill Fishback, Betty Andrews, and Lee Halliburton. Sara Green, Deoris Swinney, and Doris Thirion inspect the new furniture in the home economics department. Janet Griebel, Linda Emerson, and Susan Scroggs admire a vase in the living room. Angie Lewis and Sharon Ross turn on a lamp in the new home economics department. 123 'tl 6689004 0000006 0900001 :Q FBLA officers are: Cseatedj Becky Lyons, Presidentg Georgia Bowen, Treasurerg Jean Thirion, Corresponding Secretaryg Penny Bolich, Vice-Presidentg and Judy Mathews, Recording Secretary. 931,11 fwrciscs ldusimfss Skills Future Business Leaders of America is a national organization for students in business education, open to all students taking courses in business. Speakers representing various professions and the Chamber of Commerce deliver talks at the monthly meetings and the special dinner meetings. Each March members attend the Future Business Leaders State Con- vention to compete in categories of different business skills. The basic purposes of FBLA are to develop business leadership and create understanding in intelligent choice of business occupations. N lv Janet Meredith demonstrates business skills on an adding machine. FBLA m e m b e r s prefect typing and bookkeeping skills while practicing for the contests at the State Convention. 124 . gi"-1 i l 4? A :A-'J' Qui!! and Serell Heners Ontstnneting Jnetinidnnl ,Aenieeelnent Formed in 1926 by high school publication advisors, the Quill and Scroll was organized to reward individual achievements and to en- courage individual initiative in high school journalism. The motto of the more than 75,000 world chapters of Quill and Scroll is "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." In 1936 North Little Rock High School obtained its charter and since then it has striven to promote the high ideals of the free press. Quill and Scroll officers are: David Edwards, Vice Presidentg Debbie Cook, Pledge Mistressg Vicky Taylor, Secretaryg Toni Carter, Treasurerg and Billy Gray, President. Pledge mistress Debbie Cook presents new member Ann Wilson with her pin. President Billy Gray lights the Candle of Truth during the induction of the new Quill and Scroll members. . . .Beverly Byrd lights her new membership candle from the flames of the Candles of Journalistic Endeavor. 125 Wildcat Hill .75 Stcplzazwi ,,f W -,.51 I 1 4 H , v I 1 1 V ' 1 1 5 ', Mgjii -5, .v.,, -gggfgggiiififiif E 3' ..1' W f2535F3Eff1f:: S -- if I E ----A-M-M-M f' X1 J, as 1 is , , --dz 954' - f", f ' 1. 1 . , +- ----Q A A 1 W + " fy miumliluullllmnfmnmlwvrmmm fAmLQL'.,.gT5i11i.f' A L1-----:"L--.-W -. , , ,--,, 7, rqf f -if?-'W -,-h-.-,,,,...i..- .d.l ihT,i ' ,ZH-N,.... L1-... -..,, ..-f- 1.2.- E-.f.L.'Q digs ' 5, Y ' ' Q ' Q v U ' ,- Rx X KX The best of our endeavors is revealed In all the best of our achievementsg When honor is bestowed upon a man His name is linked in admiration, His deeds begin to draw respectg As here these honored few are shown, We crown their glory with timeless Tribute: the finest wreath of laurel. Student Body Officers 128 Friendliest 129 D A R Award 130 Bausch-Lomb Award 131 National Merit Scholars 132 Athletic Honors 133 5 x-- -- .ix Band Officers 134 Rx ' X Trio and Quartet 136 Ghoj1'Qfficers 137 S All-State Ba 138 1 A All-State Choir 139 lrlffllfmgmexuxx ixxxb mp -sim Cheerleaders 140 ' 1 lf' f Color Day Royalty 1,1 V ' X .wflatettes A f1,44. W S' 1 dll! I 1 Bjlfeam Cheerleaders' 146 , Qgnior Rotarians 1 A147 1 N, A fi ,?' A 148 f Q senior cabinet 1119 A " Dream 150 S ' Pubiicatio :- . .. .1 151 ' ' I 1 Y-Teen Valenti : f' yalty 152 S Quill sl scrou 154 X- K X1XThespians 155 'National Honor som 5- if 156 X xy Special Honors 158 ix X in 1 N I 1 I1 lu 128 Student Body Officers Heading the student government at North Little Rock High School the Student Body Officers' duties vary from presiding at the Student Council meetings to planning major assembly programs. F I -my " .el 'r ig ' A V rf President Steve Dew Vice-President Mike Riley sig A1 .f-, L New r ? -2 . f ' 3 - V 1 , v Secretary Betsy Blodgett Treasurer Beverly Ingels Jay Douglas Marilyn Book - V Brad Barne WV' k s fo-v'X "'1x:Z3"' iv., 'r"""' fzfe ' 3 'CL..,, Wiendlics! Wildcats Wendy O'Cain Patti Pinkston Don Brown '5 E ,oi fftyhlf 129 130 Mark Rydel The DAR Awards are presented to a senior boy and girl each year for outstanding citizenship. They are sponsored by local chapters of the Daughters of the American Revo- lution. ,416 Awards 0 I Betsy Blodgett l6'z1usfl1-L' 01445 ,4 Ward The Bausch-Lomb Award is given by the NLRHS science teachers to the most out- standing student in science. Kendall Husa won the award with Walter Herrick and Ronnie Hughes runners-up. 131 afiomzl ,M crif clmlars V ,, pf VX fl ship qualities, and extracurricular activities 927:04 five finalists were chosen from NLRHS. Keith Jones 'QKQLX Mary Pat Norman Charles Blanchard I3 X :I A , M xr .K ly 5 , mkwk' if K kg H. fi It 9 , 1 Q 'i' , , A , K! . ' 5 -' 132 Ronald Hughes Sandra Cook ' Based on scores fromthe NMSQT, leader- Aflzle ic J-fmars 'Q K' wo- Danny Duke Bob Murphy All-State Football All-State Basketball 5. " of 4 Mark Rydel All-State Football Johnny W right All- Southern F ootball A11-State F ootball George Newcomb All-State F ootball Carl Lowe Mike Riley All-State Football All-State Football Q-F' 133 Drum Majars Bob Reifsteck and Cathi Liles xl. Q, 1 Lieutenant Captain Walter Ward Bill Smiley 'GL .4- 115' rex 3 am Q,- 044 my-ww Aw.,- 'xi Student Director Student Director David Edwards David Henry .xi 135 136 nv'--...,..,-4, .ll!"Ut -If -M ,., ,www Zfrio and Quartet Edwin Machino, Edgar Cox, David Hastie, and Joe Diedmch All!! -'Ch T QI" -E 14' w-Q X WU" -1-1' 'Ne' Kzfmferf Gflmir Offifcr 4 QL., Officers for the 1967-68 Concert Choir are Barbara Turner, Treasurerg Danny Duke, Presidentg Rita Lewis, Vice-Presidentg and Ginger Melton, Secretary. 137 ,411-State Hand 1 Judy Matthews Bin Wilerson Jay Hudson Steve Davis George Alverson Tommy Reynolds Joe Kuonen Janie Jones Mike Aldridge Tommy Carpenter 138 -if-Hm'P?W1f9f1 ,, ' ya, ...1 NL 'ww 'raglan N-M V K 5532-'fi'-uw , """"' W HE?-, W , 'iff L . mm , -,f, , . - .wp A , V ai 1 . .,........,.... E- ..... Z . a. "' . J ,, ...M v v v -1 8a.......... . ..,... . ft , ., t 1 ,. ffgfsqfflg ,f, V ,Q ,uf-Si f:1iQr?97v'lVnz:- -"'f"'N".:- ' "in V ri" f' of ,,s,, ,sss, ,Q , ,, k, , , 1 'mm ' John Webb Carol Chapel Donna Stafford Pat Fields David House Ester Ek James Watson Gwynn Todd Dora Stafford dill- State Wmir Luc Outstanding rn e mb e r s of the Concert Choir receive A11-State and Region Choir honors. B9CkY LYOHS Shari Henry Becky Lyons, Shari Henry, and Judy Jeffrey were named to both groups. Edgar Cox was chosen for the A11-State Choir, Eddie Machino and Cynthia Nance to the All-State Clinic Choir and the All-R e gi o n Choir. Pam Templeton was chosen for A11- State Clinic Choir. " " Renee Wilkerson, RonWa1ters, Pam McNee1y, and Joe Diederichwere named to the A11-Region Clinic Choir. , ' 'E i' - wimigi M' 55' f 33 Fig '53 x k Q X I N W Judy Jeffery Edgar Cox Eddie Machino Cynthia Nance Pam Templeton Renee Wilkerson Ron Walters Pam McNee1y Joe Diederich 1 39 140 C0-captain Karen Lawrence -11' .. V, ,... , lI',w Connie DuVa11 Robin Glover Jan Hawkins Wil mt Debbi Huggins x ,mo .- 4 I 'SE' 3 Co-captain Marilyn Book , S X Klzeerlmder Pat Reeves 3,1 Donna Johnston Charlotte Letbetter E E. , w.. 141 142 ,EWWHX ,,,,1,,- .,,, .,xx,., ,, W., 'll Senior Maid Betsy Blodgett Wildcat Queen Rose Hughes 60101 Day 2 an Junior Maid Jackie Williams Sophomore Maid Janet Denniston ,,.-cl K' 5 6 w M zv- Hr !r-1 4:55-' Senior Maid Kathy Goad Wampus Cat Queen Cathi Spain MQ' fa 2' 'Q , I-'fi.,,,f.ei 42'-SYXJ, S ,N 1,6 i, ,,1is'1pqk5gWfiff- Junior Maid Sandy Bane Sophomore Maid Linda Freeman , ' 54 fl X J 143 144 Rose Hughes-Captain JM arching Gaiam' upper! chan! ,virit Sporting bright blue and white uniforms, fifty junior and senior Catettes perform marching routines at each game in Wildcat Stadium. These girls give up many hours before and after school to practice and to help promote school spirit. Each spring, during try-outs, nearly two hundred girls learn the skills of marching and perfect queen-anns and dance routines in hope of gaining points from the judges to become a Catette. Margaret Daniels-Group Leader, Kathy Goad-Group Leader, Susan Eschenbrenner-Group Leader, Christie Munncrlyn-Group Leader Linda Stringham, Cathie Walker, Barhee Berger, Beverly Byrd, Cathy Warren, Janice Landsman, Kathy Harrison, Kathy Jordan, Terri Campbell, Paulette Walker, Kay Adkins, Janet Cowan, Dava Hewitt, Kathy Kittle, Debbie Cook, Nancy Fortner, Cathy Spain. 1" 'x fa. dll f", - 1 Rita Davidson, Susie Branch, Connie Goss, Debby Washburn, Pam Moore, Rita Lewis, Tana Suddreth, Ann Davidson, Patti Brown, Irma Harris, Susan Rozzeli, Janet Deere, Mary Jane Hart, Paula Lasiter, Debbie Loftis, Ann Thompson, Gail Flemming, Debbie Kemp, Toni Harmon, Barbara Craddock, Sara Swicegood, Marlane Stakemiller, Gail Johnson, Nancy Bond, Susie Kirkpatrick Loyce Hopkins, Suzie McDaniel, Sharon Pace. i Yi 145 'Y' - mm Hlzccrlmdcr 146 Sherry White Carol Harrison Pam James Debbie Walker '1 ' I ' ,.,, ,, D iiii ' Jan Greider Pam Friday Debby Davis e-Wffl QQIU7' ' .-Z Mark Rydel Steve Dew Jack Frost junior katarian ,Qu 465 Suv vffswn- John Riddle David Edwards Charles Blanchard Keith Jones John Adams Kendall Husa 147 148 fudcnt 6011115 'l Governing student affairs throughout the year, the Student Council is made up of thirty representatives elected by the classes. Norman Snow, Kathy Kittie, Phil Tharp, Debbie Cook, Scotty Irons, Kathy Goad, Danny Duke, Karyn Walker, Dennis Wingfield. Phil Fisher, Gail Fleming, Benny Davis, Pam Porter, Steve Burkett, Gail Johnson, Brad Barnett, Ann Thompson, Randy Vest, Shirley Love, Cliff McBryde, Janet Mueller, Barry Davidson, Teeta Thurow, .4-v' as Doug McDaniel, Mickie Allen, Mitchell Ford, Cynthia Shadid, Mike Blasingame, Susan Hopkins. if 3, X 'Sv N... W , f. -sr 1' I L S u , Sus ,:, f' 4 V NWLX1 152 , , HN JPQ- .W , fi' M 'K ns ' a .. fe f , . IX . , 1. ,Q . SE 5 -- -kfi v3 GQ, Jan Allen, Barbee Berger, Brenda DuVall, Sandy Cook, Susie Branch, John Crabtree, Mary Jo Fisk, Charlie Johnson, Judy McMahon, Lindsey Hinkle, Sheila Howard, John Hardwick, Janice Landsman, Bob Murphy, Susan Yaegar, Beverly Scarborough, Carl Robertson, Lenita Thibault. cfzior abiuct One student is selected by each senior home- room teacher to serve on the Senior Cabinet. These members coordinate all of the senior activities including the Senior Breakfasts and the Prom. Kathy Goad, Mike Simmons, Ann Wilson, Stewart Mathews, Barbara Turner, Kathy O'Ke1ley. 149 NCKH Dream Hays Girls of the Student Body make known their selections of the schoo1's Dream Boys in an election sponsored by the Y-Teens in March. The Senior winner is declared Mr. North Little Rock High School. This year's winners were Stan Shults, seniorg Brad Barnett, juniorg and Don Brown, sophomore. Stan Shults Brad Barnett Don Brown 150 ldv' X f 'f-ur:-iff" Miss Publications Susie Branch Mr. Publications Perry Hassell 'if f i g y ' J ' ,sy-". . , ' f'i.X::.x.fz.'3-jg. A, , 7-'fy ,',,-L f, ,V mn, Q, 13,4 I 4 .nik mf Publications J-frfmfrs Miss Publications Kathy O'Kelley Mr. and Misses Publications have sold a combined amount of almost three thousand dollars worth of advertising to further the NLR Hi C omet and Wildcat. 151 152 A. V C5514 Senior Maid Marilyn Book Queen Betsy Blodgett Senior Maid Rose Hughes 1' Junio I' Maid Brenda Henick Sophonio re Xiaid Alanna Klassan vf N N P K XXX Q ' f A Yi ix Valentine 160 alt i M Q ' f If f QD X f cl? n , , ik J f Q-Q' Junio I Maid Shirley Love is f, , .V Sophoino re Maid Barbi Yedlick 153 154 Hoy and Girl later fu.-Av IQ-1..Tq Phil Fisher Janice Landsman Doak Foster Jim Winget Hlnubvv- Dennis Wingfield John Riddle Karyn Walker Steve Dew ,, 3 Mark Rydel Lindsey Hinkle Jack Frost J lldy Sanders Beverly Ingels Larry Lloyd Susan Yaeger Nathan Calhoun Barbee Berger ARKANSAS i Gwen Todd Mike Davis Charles Blanchard AY Apflggsls X4 K Kgllifllafg Mike Riley Dana Carpenter Bob Murphy Terri Camlbbell QP' David Wingfield Kendall Husa Charlotte Ledbetter Joe Kuonen 3 - 4253112115-fa 151 1" ' ' '- 2: 1 f:9wf,gw,a1f,'gwi- 525542155-'Q' I ef-Kei" V .1 in 0431265521 figs' jk ' . ARKMSASH N fi, 2 51 George Newcomb Mary Pat Norman The experience of exploring the arts of politics and our democratic government en- riched the patriotic feeling of thirty NLRHS girls and boys last June. Camp Robinson was the setting for the week-long Boys' and Girls' State, sponsored by the American Legion and various business establishments. These representatives were chosen by the faculty on the basis of leadership, scholarship, character, and responsibility. 155 NHS Officers: Keith Jones, President, Sandy Cook, Secretary, Joe Graziani, Vice-President. 156 atiomzl Honor vciefy Forty-one seniors displaying outstanding accomplishments in scholarship, character, leadership, and service are members of the National Honor Society. Following induction these members perform various services for the school and the community, including the annual candy sale and the March of Dimes Drive. Jimmy Achard, Susie Branch, Terri Campbell, Beverly Cook, Sandy Cook, Edgar Cox, Judy Crouch. Steve Dew, Michael Eaker, Susan Eschenbrenner, Doak Foster, Jack Frost, Joe Grazia.ni,Gail Gunter. Teresa Hackler, Carolyn Harkleroad, David Henry, Walter Herrick, Garry Holloway, Ronnie Hughes, K9I1d311 Husa. NL.. ..,-' 'C' L ,Q- Judy Jeffery, Keith Jones, Karen Kreis, Janice Landsman, Larry Lloyd, Becky Lyons, Pam Mask. Christie Munnerlyn, Valarie Musgrove, Mary Pat Norman, John Riddle, Bill Smiley, Karen Smiley, Charlene Sterne, Mary Stewart, Lenita Thibault, Gwenn Todd, Kathy Taylor, Judy Williams, Jim Winget. NHS Inductees take the oath. 157 E., R 'S X 5 158 I i Sw Special flcuwr Rose Hughes North Little Rock Junior Miss Ray Branton National Council of Teachers of English Citation Linda Stringham Junior Miss Runner-up g f Linda Smith City Y-Teen Secretary Barbara Turner American Legion Oratoricai Contest Winner . .I I Joyce Thomas State Poetry Award qv-11 Connie Fraiser Southeast Rodeo Queen Miss Pine Bluff Rodeo 159 Wildcat Hill ls Aftlzmri 5 P 1 A L. .1 hi I Q 3, 1 1' wa f I I '.j 9 ' 5 I u I X s , 'ef' -Tfgfiw' ' if-g ! ig: ,W - v I VI ..- ' -'- fl R- ' "" "glA,1l,,,f,,1l' ' f s' fx 'L ' ff 5 i is 9 --., - 1 A f ' 4- M i '7 ' X , N T' Fifi- ' X , 1, A X 4' , LA .sliilgi , ..-. l y isa , iii? WN M '1 V,- 1 ' F 5. W l 0 V' F i- ' - X it V 5 Cizi- ,-.f'TL'f..7 --' Q LN ' "'.... mfff , , 1 X" it 'xy 6 li lt-V. --' P--' 1 -Y-if Y--Y.,Y-,, I . Q ' X ' ' 1 ' E .L I V . 1 Q. '. 'Qtr 7 lv. I ' V 1 X - ' I gy I A W I "TQ'HlQ'f7ffLlll 'I 'I ff- 4 W "-',Tl',T.i'TlTI4Qil 'g' lllllilllllllmll :T lulllllllk L IIHILLIIIHII Q IJ I 1 ,Y K f L 4- ' V-' ' f, 1 A 4 Q G , A 'N X n 2 Y H kk ,.g , 7 AG , 2 , 'QR -4 ' ff X - ,. X' X Rela 'onships, when once created, Are s rengthened by how much one gives: Our riends and friendships aren't to die, For hey can last much longer than 3- y my-, fm V-FY q - a W short years of study hereg ,-P-Fw-,M l. We'11 oon look back in memory - And s e familiar faces reunited y By o r presence in a moment yet to come. P i i i x N i JL I ilffV"A 5t1X'N+XoflLur f ff X Xrtw I 15,1 ,.1f"'A" 'A W' Q3 Lf fzf,-aff' 5 -X fl! , Q ,I !,,,- -2 , W" F it , nf xx f ll hy! if In I W A ,V f U l X X I , -S 5 i X seniors 162 mrs X 216 X xt o homorestk 234 n X 1 x , Y I Whit xlum, 162 'i"'s--P President Danny Duke Senior 611155 Provides ,Many Icadcrs "We're the only Cats that rate, We're the class of '68!" has echoed through the halls of North Little Rock during the past three years. As new, uncertain sophomores, this class marveled at the vastness of Wildcat Hill. Soon learning to become part of the traditional Wildcat Spirit, they slowly continued as juniors toward the crest of their life's experience: graduation. Time quickly passed and the senior year became a treasured memory in the minds of each. Not to be forgotten were the priceless times of the Senior Breakfast, the Wildcat Follies, the spirited athletics, the Senior Prom, and the final thrill of a diploma. it ,R iq! Vice-President Norman Snow Secretary-Treasurer Karyn Walker Abbott, Carolyn . . . Pep Cats, home room secretary, Quo Vadis, Nu Lambda Rho, Future Nurses . . . Aber- nathy, Reginald Lonzell . . . Future Teachers, Future Business Leaders, Red Cross representative . . . Achard, Jimmy . . . National Honor Society, Key Club, home room president . . . Adametz, John . . . Key Club, Nu Lambda Rho, Marching and Symphonic Bands, home room presi- dent, Le Cercle Francais, chemistry monitor . . . Adams, Kay . . . Concert Choir, Future Homemakers officer, PepCats, Thespians . . . Adams, John Helms . . . Marching and Symphonic Bands, Key Club, Red Cross representative, Quo Vadis, Nu Lambda Rho, Junior Rotar- ian . . . Adams, Margaret Christene . . . home room treasurer, PepCats, Future Homemakers . . . Adams, Sharon . . . Adcock, Carolyn Ann . . . Red Cross county council representative, Future Homemakers, Concert and March- ing Bands, monitor for Dean of Girls, Y-Teens . . . Adkins, Kay . . . Catettes, Color Day Royalty, Student Council, Y-Teens, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles secre- tary, home room vice-president, Thespians . . . Aldridge, Mike . . . Marching and Concert Bands . . . Allen, Janis . . . Senior Cabinet, Thespians, PepCats, Y-Teens, Los Gatos Expanoles . . . Carolyn Abbott Reginald Lonzell Abernathy 'Gena- Jimmy Achard WCSHV John Adametz f r 7 Ji. , fe! it Q 'gg ,f '7if.fffif1Q - by -A W :ji ' l K JE '22 Qvf 1 hx ea. John Helms Adams Kay Adams Margaret Christene Adams Sharon Adams Carolyn Ann Adcock Kay Adkins Mike Aldridge Janis Allen 163 164 Mark Allen Linda Allender Linda Allred Jimmy Anderson Reva Vemell Anderson Betty Andrews he--i- Danny Arendt Johanna Arnold ...qi Cherece Athy Dwayne Ayers Dottie Andrews Sheila Angel Allen, Mark . . . Key Club, Los Gatos Espanoles, Senior Cabinet . . . Allinder, Linda . . . Future Home- makers . . . Allred, Linda . . . Anderson, Jimmy . . . Anderson, Reva Vernell . . . Girls Recreation Asso- ciation reporter, Future Homemakers, Y-Teens . . . An- drews, Betty . . . PepCats, Future Homemakers secretary, home room secretary, Y-Teens . . . Andrews, Dottie . . . Y-Teens, PepCats . . . Angel, Sheila . . . transfer from Senior High, Fayetteville . . . Arendt, Danny . . . Key Club . . . Arnold, Johanna . . . Hi Comet feature and make-up editors, Thespians, Book- worms, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Athy, Cherece . . . Art Awards, Art Club, Los Gatos Espanoles, Thespians, Cover Design Award for senior play . . . Ayers, Dwayne . . . Vo- cational Industrial Clubs of America treasurer . . . Baier, Barbara . . . Future Homemakers . . . Baker, Tommy . . . Future Business Leaders, track team . . . Baldwin, Bruce . . . Bargar, Darlene . . . Barker, Donn . . . Key Club, Senior Cabinet, Thespi- ans, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Barnett, Larry Wayne . . . Key Club . . . Barrett, Gary . . . Football . . . Baugher, George . . . home room president and vice-president, Publications Staff, Future Joumalists . . . Bauman, Yvonne . . . Quo Vadis . . . Beeson, Wil- liam Larry . . . Beight, Steven Shaw . . . home room pres- ident, Thespians, transfer from Richland High School, Ft. Worth, Texas . . . Berger, Barbee . . . Catettes, delegate to Girls State, Senior Cabinet, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, PepCats, home room secretary, LeCercle Francais re- porter, Nu Lambda Rho, home room treasurer . . . Barbara Baier Tommy Baker f t fel: ,N i Bruce Baldwin Darlene Bargar ff" ,uf vnu 'Me' Donn Barker Larry Wayne Bamett Gary Barrett George Baugher .xx fig 1:5557 Yvonne Bauman William Larry Beeson Steven Shaw Beight Barbee Berger 165 166 ,Wim I ex ,. K Christina Bevan Carol Bishop 'fire Paulette Bivens Charles Howard Blanchard :gang s, N4 it if Betsy Blodgett Penny Bolich -gr' tcjffi' f Georgia Bowen Patricia Ann Bowman 41:13 'ii' Glennette Bowman Marsha Boydston lf? .wr Marilyn Book Merry Alice Bost Bevan, Christina . . . Future Homemakers . . . Bishop, Carol . . . Future Homemakers . . . Bivens, Paul- ette . . . Future Homemakers . . . Blanchard, Charles Howard . . . Harvard Book Award, National Merit Finalist, Boys State, Junior Rotarian, Key Club secretary and junior board member, Nu Lambda Rho, Quo Vadis, Wildcat Fol- lies cast, home room president, Marching and Concert Bands, monitor for Dean of Boys . . . Blodgett, Betsy . . . Student Body Secretary, Student Council, delegate to Southem Association of Student Colm- cils Convention, Y-Teens president and publicity chair- man, president of Greater Little Rock Y-Teens, Y-Teens Junior Hostess, Y-Teens Valentine Queen, delegate to Y- Teens Mid-winter, State, and Mid-South Conferences, Key Club Royalty, Color Day Royalty, Commencement usher, Quo Vadis, Los Gatos Espanoles, DAR Good Citizen Award, home room secretary-treasurer, PepCats . . . Bolich, Penny . . . Future Business Leaders vice-presi- dent, Inter-club Council, home room secretary and treas- urer, Choir III president, Choir H librarian . . . Book, Marilyn . . . Cheerleader co-captain, Student Council, Friendliest Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Girl, Future Business Leaders state secretary, Interclub Council vice- president, Key Club Royalty, Y-Teens, Wildcat Follies cast, Valentine Royalty, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room treasurer and president . . . Bost, Merry Alice . . . Quo Vadis, Y-Teens, PepCats, Girls Recreation Association . . . Bowen, Georgia . . . Future Business Leaders treas- urer, Interclub Council, monitor . . . Bowman, Glennette . . . Mascot, home room secretary, Y-Teens, PepCats, Art Club, delegate to Y-Teens Mid-winter Conference . . . Bowman, Patricia Ann . . . Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, Bookworms . . . Boydston, Marsha . . . Future Homemakers, PepCats, Sophomore Glee Club, Choir II, Choir III . . . J Branch, Susie . . . Catettes, Senior Cabinet, Wildcat Follies cast, Thespians, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, cast of t'The Bad Children", Publications Busi- ness Manager, usher for Vesper Service, Future Journal- ists, Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats, monitor . . . Branson, James . . .Football, home room president and vice-presi- dent, Track . . . Branton, Ray . . . National First Place Newswriting Award from American Newspaper Publishers Association and Quill and Scroll, National Council of Teachers of English Creative Writing Achievement Award, HiComet Co-editor, Superior Newswriting Award from AHSPA, State Poetry, Award, Quill and Scroll, Future Joumalists, Marching and Symphonic Bands, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Bridges, Bill . . . Brooks, Gerrie Lynn . . . PepCats, home room treas- urer and Red Cross representative, Senior Representative for Red Cross county council, transfer from Lincoln High School, Portland, Oregon . . . Brown, Linda . . . Girls Recreation Association . . . Brown, Patricia . . 2 home room treasurer, Future Homemakers . . . Brown, Rebecca M .... PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders, Los Gatos Espanoles, Glee Club, Choir II librarian, Choir III secretary, home room vice-presi- dent, usher for Commencement . . . Senior David Edwards concentrates on the musical score of the '68 Follies. -a, -4-rg 'SE I kv! 'Wx 0 Susie Branch James Branson rw' Ray Branton Bill Bridges rfifls.. it Rv! Gerrie Lynn Brooks Linda Brown lfA't?'? Patricia Brown Rebecca M. Brown 167 168 W as -Q-I--f' Rita Gail Bryant Gary Budlong Norma Jean Burleson Jacqueline ADH Bllfhett 105 x,.,..,.--' Bill Burns Beverly Ann Byrd Patricia Louise Byrd Nathan C2lh0l1Il Abs Bryant, Rita Gail . . . Future Homemakers . . . Bud- long, Gary . . . Burleson, Norma Jean . . . Future Home- makers, Future Business Leaders . . . Burnett, Jacqueline Ann . . . Art Club, Theta Science Club, staff for Wildcat Follies, Red Cross secretary and coimty council member, delegate to Red Cross Petit Jean Conference, monitor . . . Burns, Bill . . . head monitor in Phys Ed ..., Byrd, Beverly Ann . . . Catettes, PepCats, Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff advertising manager, usher for Senior Play, treasurer of Future Journalists, home room Senior Cabinet altemate . . . Byrd, Patricia Louise . . . Future Homemakers, PepCats, Thespians . . . Calhoun, Nathan . . . Symphonic and Marching Bands, Key Club . . . Campbell, Terri Lynne . . . Catettes, Girls State, Le Cercle Francais, PepCats, Thespians, home room secre- tary . . . Caple, Debbie . . . Caples, Patricia Ann . . . Caples, Yvonne . . . Future Homemakers . . . Terri Lynne Campbell Debbie Caple Patricia Ann Caples Yvonne Caples Carpenter, Dana . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, Nu Lamb- da Rho, PepCats, Future Nurses, Red Cross representa- tive, Girls State delegate . . . Carpenter, Glen H .... Car- ter, Connie . . . home room vice-president, PepCats, Fu- ture Homemakers, Girls Recreation Association, Future Business Leaders . . . Carter, Janna Lee . . . home room vice-president, treasurer for Music I and III, Jimior and Senior Choir, Glee Club, LeCercle Francais, PepCats . . . Carter, Joyce Linda . . . Future Homemakers, Art Club . . . Carter, Toni . . . Wildcat co-editor, PepCats vice-president, Y-Teens historian, Quill and Scroll treas- urer, Los Gatos Espanoles treasurer, delegate to Y-Teens Mid-winter Conference, home room treasurer, Future Journalists, Future BusinessLeaders, Future Home- makers, Glee Club, Wildcat Follies cast . . . Casto, John . . .Cathey, Diane . . . Future Business Leaders. . . Caton, Donna . . . Girls Ensemble, Concert Choir, Fu- ture Business Leaders committee chairman, home room treasurer, Glee Club . . . Cheney, James . . . Childers, Ann . . . PepCats, Future Homemakers, Senior Choir, Jun- ior Choir, Glee Club . . . Clay, Jerry . . . .fix .r-- ' -s Mr' fafesggzfy- ,Q llll leel Dana Carpenter Glen H. Carpenter , v Lf M' Connie Carter Janna Lee Carter ""f"+1-5 ""T's Joyce Linda Carter Toni Carter John Casto Diane Cathey Donna Caton James Cheney Ann Childers Jerry Clay 169 170 ml' gif! -....,,,,,,-,Q .....9" 'si 4 ww' k Debby Cleary Gary Clinton Ricky Cochran Beverly Ann Cook ,""'I kg , L. Debbie Cook Sandy Cook Henry Louis Corpier Anthony John Coulter Janet S. Cowan Edgar L. Cox ef Douglas Coomes Nancy Coors Cleary, Debby . . . Le Cercle Francais, Y-Teens,'Fu- ture Homemakers . . . Clinton, Gary . . . Concert and Marching Bands . . . Cochran, Ricky . . . Cook, Beverly Ann . . . Concert Choir, Girls Ensemble, Y-Teens, Y- Teen of the Year, PepCats, Quo Vadis, secretary, Inter- club Council historian . . . Cook, Debbie . . . Wildcat co-editor, Student Council chaplain, Catettes, Y-Teens treasurer, delegate to Mid- winter Conference, Quill and Scroll pledge mistress, In- terclub Council, Color Day Royalty, Future Joumalists, Wildcat Follies cast, PepCats, home room president and secretary, Le Cercle Francais, usher for Commencement . . . Cook, Sandy . . . National Merit Finalist, Senior Cab- inet, National Honor Society secretary-treasurer, Nu Lamb- da Rho, LeCercle Francais, Follies costume chairman, PepCats, Interclub Council . . . Coomes, Douglas . . . Coors, Nancy . . . Corpier, Henry Louis . . . Coulter, Anthony John . . . Concert and Marching Bands, PepBand . . . Cowan, Janet S .... PepCats, Catettes, Y-Teens, Concert Band . . . Cox, Edgar L .... Boys' Quartet, Concert Choir, All- State Choir, Wildcat Follies, Musical Varieties, Prix d' Honneur National French Test, National Merit Letter of Commendation, Le Cercle Francais, Los Gatos Espanoles 1:1--'Sz' Crabtree, John . . .Key Club, Cross Country track team, Senior Cabinet, Nu Lambda Rho . . . Crouch, Judith . . . National Honor Society, Symphonic Band, Future Teachers, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Cruse, Gaylon E. . . . Football . . . Cruse, Lana . . . Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, PepCats, . . . Curry, James . . . Dancer, Paula . . . Daniel, Billy . . . Daniels, Margaret Ann . . . PepCats, Catettes, Future Homemakers . . . Davidson, Doris Ellen . . . home room treasurer, monitor, Red Cross representative, Y-Teens, PepCats . . . Davidson, Randy . . . Davidson, Rita . . . Catettes, Y- Teens, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, monitor . . . Davis, Billy . . . Vocational Industrial Clubs of America . . . John Crabtree Judith Crouch 'LQ- Gaylon E. Cruse Lana Cruse Q! James Curry Paula Dancer Billy Daniel Margaret Ann Daniels Doris Ellen Davidson Randy Davidson Rita Davidson Billy Davis 171 Lynn Davis Mike Davis Q' 1-Jw YT -QE , W. N' ' Q as - W ' if ' Steve Dew Kathy Dickens Davis, Debra Ann . . . PepCats, B-team Cheerleader, Wildcat Follies cast, Y-Teens, home room officer, moni- tor . . . David, Glenn . . . Davis, Lynn . . . Track, home room president . . . Davis, Mike . . . home room presi- dent, and vice-president, Key Club, equipment manager . . . Deaton, Steve . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, Concert Band, Thespians, band publicity manager . . . Derrick, Teresa Melinda . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, usher for Commencement, Art Club, Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders . . . Dew, Steve . . . Student Body President, National Hon- or Society, Tri Chem president, Key Club, Football, Junior Rotarian . . . Dickens, Kathy . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, dele- gate to Mid-winter and State Y-Teens Conferences, Le Cercle Francais, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff . . . Dickerson, Carol Ann . . . PepCats historian, Y- Teens, Le Cercle Francais, home room officer, Publica- tions Staff, Wildcat Follies cast, Future Joumalists sec- retary . . . Dooley, Sharon Lynn . . . Douglas, Jay . . . Foot- ball, home room president, Friendliest Senior Boy, Wild- cat Follies cast . . . Doyle, Barbara Christine . . . Future Business Leaders, Bookworms, monitor . . . Doyle, Michael George . . . Future Business Leaders, monitor . . . Droke, Alan . . . Red Cross representative . . . Duke, Danny . . . Senior Class President, Student Council, All-State in football, Friendliest Junior and Soph- omore boy, Quo Vadis, Concert Choir President . . , Duvall, Brenda . . . PepCats, home room treasurer, Senior Cabi- net, Future Homemakers, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Dycus, Brenda . . . Eaker, Michael . . . Nu Lambda Rho, Los Gatos Espanoles, monitor, transfer from Lake- view High School, San Angelo, Texas . . . Edwards, David . . . Author and director for Wildcat Follies, Key Club president, band student director, Hi Comet co-editor and head photographer, Thespians vice-president, National Merit Letter of Commendation, cast of "The Bad Chil- dren", Junior Rotarian, Theta Science club, Quill and Scroll, Future Journalists . . . Ellendorff, Barbara . . . transfer from Bryan Adams High School, Dallas, Texas, Le Cercle Francais. . . l if 'Ein -sms L. 2 WI: Michael George Doyle Alan Droke Danny Duke Brenda DuVa1l ., ...T- Brenda Dycus Michael Eaker David Edwards Barbara Ellendorff is W 174 Paul Eller Mike Ellis Susan Eschenbrenner Gary Eubank wr' h , , 1,mf"'c - ,----M x.-,,.'if' Y ' , f' i 1' 2 - B Q, " 5 , M f 43 Q A -2 l 5 '4' J: ti E' " L 'A l Q V ? lm 'V S . F 'F G I 1 , ' A ,kV. .ff K x gigi v,' 1 f JI1 Paul Evans Deborah Lynn Farris Emie Fell Bruce Firestone if lssl A as s . if Danny Fisher Phillip Fisher Mary Jo Fisk Flevian Fiske Eller, Paul . . . track, Future Business Leaders . . . Ellis, Mike . . . Art Club, Thespians . . . Eschenbrenner, Susan . . . Catettes, National Honor Society, LeCercle Francais, Y-Teens, PepCats . . . Eubank, Gary . . . Evans, Paul . . . football, transfer from Fort Camp- bell High School, Fort Campbell, Kentucky . . . Farris, Deborah Lynn . . . Le Cercle Francais . . . Fell, Ernie . . . Firestone, Bruce . . . Wildcat Follies cast, cast of "The Doctor in Spite of Himself", Thespians president, National Honor Thespian, Superior Award at Arkansas State Speech Festival, Hi Comet feature editor, Quill and Scroll, cast of 'fThe Bad Children", home room president, Key Club, cast of "Liliom", Color Day Assembly cast . . . Fisher, Danny . . .home room vice-president . . . Fisher, Phillip . . .Student Council . . . Fisk, Mary Jo . . . Senior Cabinet, Y-Teens, delegate to Mid-South Con- ference, Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats . . . Fiske, Flevian . . . Vocational Industrial Clubs of America president . . . Flanagan, Janice . . . PepCats, Future Business Leaders 4' . . . Fletcher, Donna E .... Future Business Leaders, Red Cross representative, Future Homemakers, Los Ga- tos Espanoles . . . Ford, N. Suzzette . . . Thespians, Art Club reporter, Future Teachers, LeCercle Francais, Pep- Cats, monitor, home room secretary-treasurer . . . For- rest, Jeffrey Lynn . . . Fortner, Nancy Dean . . . Catettes, PepCats, home room secretary-treasurer, monitor . . . Fortson, Barbara . . . Quill and Scroll, PepCats, LeCercle Francais, Future Teachers, Publications Staff . . . Foster, Doak . . . Na- tional Honor Society, Key Club Senior Board, Tri Chem, Boys State, Cross-country Track team, basketball, Junior Rotarian alternate . . . Frazier, Connie . . . Future Home- makers. . . Frazier, Ricky . . . Freeman, David . . . Freeman, Patricia Anne . . . Frost, Jack . . . Boys State Speaker Pro Tem of the House, Wildcat Follies cast, Key Club, Junior Rotarian, patriotic assembly cast, cast of "Liliom" . . . , 1. 97 fy '--,li Janice Flanagan Donna E. Fletcher v--.ha N. Suzzette Ford Jeffrey Lynn Forrest lb! Nancy Dean Fortner Barbara Fortson Doak Foster Connie Frazier sv-., Ricky Frazier David Freeman Patricia Anne Freeman J ack Frost I ,ti 175 176 f.-.dx- iff? Ted Furcron James Futrell -qu.--4'0" Emxa Gadberry Mike Garner KH Mx' Linda Garner Lenard Gaskins Samuel Gates Pamella Gent 'Hiding Gail Gentry James Giger Judy Ginocchio Ronnie Glaze Furcron, Ted . . . Future Business Leaders, Le Cer- cle Francais . . . Futrell, James . . . monitor, Senior Cabinet . . . Gadberry, Erma . . . Garner, Linda . . . usher for Vespers, PepCats, LeCercle Francais, Book- worms, Future Business Leaders, Red Cross representa- tive, monitor . . . Gamer, Mike . . . Gaskins, Lenard . . . Gates, Sam- uel . . . home room president . . . Gent, Pamella . . . Fu- ture Homemakers, Girls Recreation Association, Future Business Leaders, PepCats, Thespians, Girls Trio, Con- cert Choir, Regional Choir, home room secretary, moni- tor, transfer from Lincoln High School, Green River, Wyoming . . . Gentry, Gail . . . monitor, transfer from Clearfield High School, Clearfield, Utah . . . Giger, James . . . Gin- occhio, Judy . . . Wildcat Follies cast, PepCats, Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll, home room secretary, Publications Man- aging Editor and Head Typist, Future Journalists, chore- ographer for Follies . . . Glaze, Ronnie . . . Future Busi- ness Leaders, cast for Musical Varieties . . . Glover, Margaret . . . Glover, Robin . . . Cheerlead- er, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, PepCats . . . Goad, Kathy . . . Catettes, Color Day Royalty, PepCats, Color Day chairman, Student Council, Le Cercle Francais, Wild- cat Follies committee, Future Homemakers, Senior Cabi- net, Sportsmanship Committee . . . Gonnelly, Mary Eliza- beth . . . Thespians . . . Gordon, Gloria . . . monitor . . . Goss, Bob . . . art Club . . . Goss, Connie . . . Catettes, PepCats, Le Cercle Francais, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room secretary, Y- Teens . . . Gouch, Marcia . . . PepCats, Le Cercle Fran- cais, Future Business Leaders, Y-Teens . . . IM 1- -fx ff 59 'ft f , + ff' , ,,, , F111 t 51:7 Margaret Glover Robin Glover Caesar, Bruce Firestone, shows distress at citizens of Rome. Kathy Goad ,Lf-r Mary Elizebeth Gonnely VWR P ,S 1-...va ,dar Gloria Gordon Connie Goss Bob Goss Marcia Gough 177 178 if-I A18 ,, Sandy Gower Janie Graham iff? Danny Grantham Billy Gray oi" ,yi I ....uv""' -.ff so Karen Gray Joel Graziani ,422 ,vw 1-c'X fri-'V Steve Grissom Barbara Grubbs Amanda Guess Gail Gunter .1- w i,,, I J , V f ,. ...Z Billy Green Joy Ann Green Gower, Sandy . . . Future Business Leaders, Red Cross representative, Girls Recreation Association . . . Graham, Janie . . . Future Homemakers . . . Grantham, Danny . . . football . . . Gray, Billy . . . Quill and Scroll president, Future Joumalists, Hi Comet co-editor . . . Gray, Karen . . . PepCats, Musical Varieties cast, Girls Ensemble, Concert Choir, Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers, Thespians, Girls Recreation Associ- ation, Y-Teens . . . Graziani, Joel . . . National Honor Society vice-president, Interclub Council, Tri Chem, Key Club, home room vice-president . . . Green, Billy . . . Key Club, Nu Lambda Rho, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room vice-president, Concert Choir, Musical Varieties cast, usher for Commencement . . . Green, Joy Ann . . . Future Homemakers . . . Grissom, Steve . . . Art Award, Art Club, Hi Comet cartoonist, Senior Cabinet altemate, audio-visual head monitor, senior play stage crew . . . Grubbs, Barbara . . . Music III vice-president, PepCats, Art Club, Future Home- makers, Chapel Leader . . . Guess, Amanda . . . Gunter, Gail . . . National Honor Society, PepCats, Le Cercle Francais, Future Business Leaders, Future Journalists, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff, Los Gatos Espanoles Hackler, Teresa . . . National Honor Society, Le Cer- cle Francais, Nu Lambda Rho . . . Hale, Linda . . . Pep- Cats, transfer from Jacksonville . . . Halliburton, Analee . . . Future Homemakers vice-president and historian, Red Cross representative, Girls Recreation Association . . . Halter, Marsha . . . PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles Hamblin, Kathy . . . Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders . . . Hampton, Mike . . . Hardin, Car- roll . . . Hardwick, John . . . Senior Cabinet, Quo Vadis president, Key Club, home room vice-president . . . Harkleroad, Carolyn . . . National Honor Society, monitor, Nu Lambda Rho, LeCercle Francais, Future Bus- iness Leaders, Girls Recreational Association . . . Har- mon, Amelia . . . monitor, Future Business Leaders . . . Harmon, Debra . . . Harriell, Byl . . . Stage Manager, Thespians, Key Club, Wildcat Marching and Concert Bands, Choir, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff Photog- rapher, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Teresa Hackler l Linda Hale Lee Halliburton Marsha Halter 94 i- 'iso QW,-V, fw iw .N 1 Q- f f' Kathy Hamblin Mike Hampton Carroll Hardin John Hardwick ibut "-'??""-v 'v -,S Carolyn Harkleroad Amelia Harmon Debra Harmon 'X , ' ' f,fff'j4,f A 'W F53 4 it " we ive- ' ,:-.1.'.:'f "-"ew:-:fair W-if W' 2-' ,gw52e'?tef,2r"iJ-'fii,ff -8 , .fwfr i ig , , f. K .aft ,,,,-53... 5353 A V , '1,.,. , 1. 'en ., :i" Byl Harriell 179 180 ...Ms Kathy Michelle Harrison Lynn Hartwick VFX at -wi i 1 Dianna Harvey Gary Haustein ta., QS' Jan Hawkins Skippy Heame Mike Heien David Dean Henry I Walter Herrick Coy Hewitt Pat Hedgecock Everett Heerboth Harrison, Kathy Michelle . . . Catettes, PepCats, Y- Teens, Future Business Leaders . . . Hartwick, Lynn . . . Harvey, Dianna . . . Future Homemakers, Girls Recrea- tion . . . Haustein, Gary . . . Hawkins, Jan . . . Color Day Royalty, Cheerleader, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, Student Council . . . Heame, Skippy . . . football, president of Pulaski County Youth Council on Civic Affairs, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Hedgecock, Pat . . . Film Crew . . . Heerboth, Everett . . . Vocational Industrial Clubs of America secretary, Red Cross representative . . . Heien, Mike . . . Henry, David Dean . . . National Honor Society, Key Club, Symphonic and Marching Bands Student Conductor, Woodwind Ensemble, Tri Chem, Theta Science Club, Nu Lambda Rho, Le Cercle Francais, moni- tor . . . Herrick, Walter . . . Hewitt, Coy . . . Hewitt, Dava . . . Catettes, PepCats, Future Business Leaders, Y-Teens . . . Hickey, James . . . Hicks, Kerry . . . Future Homemakers . . . Higdon, Bobby . . . Voca- tional Industrial Clubs of America . . . Hill, Charles . . . Hinkle, Lindsey . . . Girls State . . . Hitt, Alan . . . Track, home room vice president . . . , Hodge, Linda Kay . . . PepCats, Art Club, Future Home- Y' makers, Y-Teens . . . Dava Hewitt James Hickey Hogue, Carolyn . . . home room secretary, Thespians . . . Holden, Terri . . . Catettes, PepCats, Art Club, Y- Teens, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff, Future Jour- nalists, home room vice-president and secretary-treas- urer . . . Holder, Phil . . . Future Business Leaders, Concert and Marching Bands, Key Club . . . Holland Carolyn... m""'T'-P ,gem 1.2 ,, P Kerry Hicks Bobby Higdon .,--gf Charles Hill Lindsey Hinkle Alan Hitt Linda Kay Hodge Carolyn Hogue Terri Holden Phil Holder Carolyn Holland 181 60" sd" .,-.fav Tiff? Larry Holland Gary Holloway Ronnie Hollowell George Hoops s..,,..gv' Thomas F. Horton Janet House Senior Class President Danny Duke welcomes Seniors to Christmas Breakfast. 182 mr' Shelia Kay Howard Cherilyn Hudson Holland, Larry . . . Football, home room presi- dent, Track . . . Holloway, Gary . . . Hollowell, Ronnie . . . Hoops, George . . . Horton, Thomas F .... home room reporter, Los Ga- tos Espanoles, Red Cross representative . . . House, Janet . . . Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers . . . Howard, Sheila Kay . . . Senior Cabinet, Thespians, Le Cercle Francais, home room secretary-treasurer, Pep- Cats, Y-Teens . . . Hudson, Cherilyn . . . Y-Teens, del- egate to Mid-winter and State Conferences, PepCats, Le Cercle Francais, Art Club, Future Homemakers . . . Hughes, Galen . . . Hughes, Richard . . . Future Busi- ness Leaders, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Hughes, Ronnie . . . National Honor Society, Key Club, Tri Chem, Theta Science Club, Quo Vadis, runner up for Bausch-Lomb Award . . . Hughes, Rose Marie . . . Catettes Captain, Color Day Queen, Y-Teens chaplain and service chairman, delegate to Mid-South, state and Mid-winter Conference, Le Cercle Francais, Interclub Council, PepCats, NLR rf' Junior Miss, Y-Teens Valentine Royalty . . . Hull, Pat . . . PepCats, Girls Recreation Association, Los Gatos Espanoles, Concert and Marching Bands, Thes- wi pians, transfer from Moline, Illinois . . . Humphries, Steve . . . Key Club, home room vice-president and pres- ident, Le Cercle Francais . . . Hunnicutt, Debbie . . . Hunter, Sandy . . . Thespians . . . Husa, Kendall . . . Theta Science Club president and corresponding secretary, National Honor Society, Bausch- Lomb Science Award, cast of "Liliom", Nu Lambda Rho, Boys State, Junior Rotarian, Key Club, Tri Chem program chairman, Le Cercle Francais, Thespians, Concert and Marching Bands, monitor . . . Ingels, Beverly . . . Stu- dent Body Treasurer, Girls State, Interclub Council sec- retary, delegate to Southem and District Association of Student Councils, Wildcat Follies cast, Quill and Scroll, Y- Teens, usher for Commencement, Publications Picture Editor and Exchange Editor, Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders, Symphonic and Marching Bands . . . Ingle, Michael . . . Irons, Scotty . . . Student Council, Basketball, home room vice-president and treasurer, Color Day Escort . . . WK" Galen Hughes Richard Hughes 'V'--s Ronnie Hughes Rose Marie Hughes lining., ,wi "1-n...,, Pat Hllll Steve Humphries Debbie Hunnicutt Sandy Hunter :M 'Aa' Kendall Husa Beverly Ingels Michael Ingle Scotty Irons 183 184 l Carol Elizabeth Jackson David James Tommy James William Larry James Q us, gig lp' Judy Jeffery Della Faye Jernigan Brenda Jo Johnson Brenda Lee Johnson -6' Charles Johnson James E. Johnson an-., Otho Dean Johnson Mark Jones Jackson, Carol Elizabeth . . . Future Nurses, Y- Teens, Le Cercle Francais . . . James, David . . . James, Tommy . . . Key Club, Los Gatos Espanoles, usher for Commencement, home room vice-president . . . James, William Larry . . . Jeffery, Judy . . . Concert Choir, Girls Trio, A11- Region Choir, Los Gatos Espanoles, Theta Science Club, Future Teachers, National Honor Society . . . Jernigan, Della Faye . . . Future Homemakers . . . Johnson, Brenda Jo . . . Future Homemakers, Y-Teens . . . Johnson, Bren- da Lee . . . PepCats . . . Johnson, Charles . . . Senior Cabinet, home room president and vice-president, Symphonic and Marching Bands, Le Cercle Francais, Key Club . . . Johnson, James E .... Johnson, Otho Dean . . . Jones, Mark . . . Voca- tional Industrial Clubs of America . . . Jones, Keith . . . National Honor Society president, National Merit Finalist, Tri Chem vice-president, Junior Rotarian, Tennis, Interclub Council treasurer, Key Club . . . Jordan, Cathy . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Home- makers, Catettes, home room secretary-treasurer, Red Cross representative, Future Business Leaders . . . Justice, Barbara . . . Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers . . . Keathley, Lisa . . . Y-Teens program chairman, delegate to Mid-winter, Mid-South and State Conference, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, Red Cross representative, home room secretary and treasurer . . . Kemp, Bill . . . Ketcher, Vivian Leigh . . . Art Arkan- sas Arts Festival Art Award, Red Cross representative, and county council treasurer, Art Club . . . King, Charles i"Dude"l . . . home room president and vice-president . . . Kirkpatrick, Sandy E .... Symphonic, Concert, and Marching Bands, Theta Science Club, Quo Vadis, Nu Lamb- da Rho, Art Club, monitor . . . Kittle, Kathy . . . Student Council, Catettes, Publica- tions Art Editor, Quill and Scroll, Staff Cartoonist, home room president, Y-Teens, PepCats, Art Club . . . Knight, David . . . Publications Assistant Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll . . . Knight, Sherry . . . Future Business Leaders, Le Cercle Francais . . . Kreis, Karen Lee . . . Le Cercle Francais, Future Homemakers, monitor, National Honor Society, transfer from Gosnell High School, Blytheville . . . r -gn-'sf iff? Keith Jones Cathy Jordan A ,... Barbra Justice Lisa Keathley Bill Kemp Vivian Leigh Ketcher Charles King Sandy Kirkpatrick Kathy Kittle David Knight Sherry Knight Karen Lee Kreis 185 186 J' Mun "'7"'Nv- it Kristin Krouse Moyer Kryer su...-111' a,,.- Joe Kuonen Joe Kuykendall "lin-.H YN:-.,. vs, Virginia LaGrossa Sarah Laing Janice Landsman Mike Lanford Harry Langley Joan Langley Garry Lamb Sharon Lampton Krouse, Kristin . . . Kryer, Moyer . . . Kuonen, Joe . . . Boys State, National Honor Society, Key Club, Tri Chem, Theta Science Club, Los Gatos Espanoles, Nu Lambda Rho, Woodwind Ensemble, Symphonic Marching and Pep Bands . . . Kuykendall, Joe . . . Lagrossa, Virginia . . . Quo Vadis . . . Laing, Sarah . . . Quo Vadis . . . Lamb, Garry . . . Lampton, Sharon . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, Quo Vadis, Concert and March- ing Bands, Band librarian . . . Landsman, Janice . . . Catettes, Girls State, home room treasurer, National Honor Society, Y-Teens, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Lanford, Mike . . . Langley, Harry . . . Langley, Joan . . . Concert Choir . . . Langley, Timothy Franklin . . . Concert Choir, Red Cross representative and county council, monitor . . . Lantz, Bruce . . . Symphonic, Marching, and Pep Bands, band officer, Nu Lambda Rho . . . Lashley, Kathy Sue . . . Thespians, Los Gatos Espanoles, Art Club, Y-Teens . . . Latta, John . . . Lawrence, Karen . . . Cheerleader Captain, PepCats, Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll, Wildcat Honors Editor, home room secretary, Future Journalists, Thespians, Le Cercle Francais, Publications Staff . . . Lawson, Debbie Gayle . . . Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Letbetter, Charlotte . . . Cheer- leader, Girls State, PepCats, Y-Teens, Nu Lambda Rho . . . Liles, Cathi . . . Thespians, Drum Major for the Wildcat Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Y-Teens, Woodwind En- semble, ArtC1uh, Wildcat Follies orchestra . . . E ' "' , :f"f em: f x ,H .P 11 f Q e -i 94 W 1 ', ,, iiuf, 'sw' 5 ef at 33,1 V- ., if , ,Q ' si' 1 ,ve 1 ,..45 Timothy Langley Bruce Lantz 192 ' W X ,gsy .y A y Q Karen Lawrence Debbie Gayle Lawson fr. war Student Body President Steve Dew takes time out to pose as "Friendly Fairy". -:iff , PX , E s i 1 'D WUS? Ni Kathy Sue Lashley John Latta Charlotte Letbetter Cathi Liles 187 188 Lalla Lindsey Danny Linn A-.,, ai Y ,.,. ,737 "5-cub.-4 ,I i Clyde Little Danny Livingston X32 Larry Lloyd Sheila Lockridge Harrison Logsdon Pat Lovette xl-v Ronnie Lynch Becky Lyons wwf' if ,.a9"""" MW Sherry Macdougall Eddie Machino Lindsey, Lalla . . . Linn, Danny . . . home room pres- ident and vice-president, first runner-up for dream boy, second runner-up for friendliest boy, football . . . Little, Clyde . . . home room president, football, home room vice-president, Key Club . . . Livingston, Danny . . . Lloyd, Larry . . . All-State Choir, Nu Lambda Rho president, Tri Chem treasurer, Interclub Council public relations chairman . . . Lockridge, Sheila . . . Future Teachers, Bookworms, Future Joumalists, Publications Staff, Quill and Scroll, transfer from Webster County High School, Dixon, Kentucky . , .Logsdon, Harrison . . . Lov- ett, Pat . . . Lynch, Ronnie . . . Lyons, Becky Lynn . . . National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders president, Future Homemakers vice-president, Concert Choir historian, Girls Trio, All-State Choir, All-Region Choir, Art Club, PepCats . . . Machino, Eddie . . . Boys Quartet, All- Region Choir, Concert Choir . . . '23 Major, Jack . . . home room president . . . Mallory, Michael . . . Key Club, Future Business Leaders, monitor, -r"1" Bookworms . . . Marks, Gary . . . Marks, Patsy Ruth . . . Martin, Bobby . . . Publications Staff . . . Martin, Porter Vaughan . . . home room vice-president, Red Cross representative . . . Martin, Ricky . . . Marshall, Judy . . . home room secretary . . . Mask, Pam . . . Art Club president, National Honor Society, Jungkind Art Award, Armory Art Award . . . Mason, Gail . . . home room secretary and treasurer, Y- Teens, Thespians, PepCats, Le Cercle Francais, Quill and Scroll Publications Staff . . . Mathews, Stuart . . . Los Gators Espanoles, Senior Cabinet, Theta Science Club, Woodwind Ensemble, Symphonic, Marching, and Concert Bands, home room officer . . . Matthews, Judy Kay . . . Girls Ensemble, Concert Choir, Future Business Leaders recording secretary, home room treasurer, Musical Va- rieties cast , . . Jack Major Michael Malloy Gary Marks Patsy Ruth Marks ui Si, Bobby Martin Pete Vaughan Martin Ricky Martin Judy Marshall Jet' 'Quo Gail Mason Pam Mask Stuart Mathews Judy Kay Matthews 189 190 ,y JY, Ronnie Maxwell Sharon Mayfield Sandra McClane Sherrie Dianne McCorkle -J' .,.....a-1 Q George McCul1ey Sharon Lynn McDaniel Mike McKenzie Sherry T. McKindra Sandra McKinney Ed McLain CQ .4lHl"" Tommy McLain Judy McMahon Maxwell, Ronnie . . . Assistant Stage Manager, Key Club, National Thespians, home room vice-president and secretary, Wildcat Follies set designer, LeCercle Fran- cais . . . Mayfield, Sharon . . . Future Homemakers, Pep- Cats . . . McClane, Sandra . . . Wildcat Band, transfer from Rider High School, Wichita Falls, Texas . . . Mc- Corkle, Sherrie Dianne . . . Future Teachers, Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders, Los Gatos Espan- oles, monitor. . . McCulley, Georg? . . . McDaniel, Sharon Lynn . . . Bookworms . . . Mc enzie, Mike . . . Key Club, National Honor Society, transfer from Northside High School, Fort Smith . . . McKindra, Sherry T .... Future Homemakers, Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Future Teachers . . . Mikinney, Sandra . . . McLain, Ed . . . Key Club treasurer, Interclub Council vice-president, football, track, home room president and vice-president . . . Mc- Lain, Tommy . . . Tri Chem, golf . . . MacDougall, Sherry Renee . . . Girls Recreation Association, Future Home- makers, Future Business Leaders . . . McMahon, Judy . . . Senior Cabinet, Future Business Leaders, PepCats, Nu Lambda Rho, Quo Vadis, monitor . . . , in McMains, Jim . . . McNeely, Danny . . . Key Club, trans- i t fer from Ock Grove High School . . . McNeely, Pam . . . Girls Ensemble, Concert Choir, home room secretary, fy- 4, Red Cross representative . . . McVay, Kathy . . . Future Business Leaders, home room secretary, monitor . . . McVey, Gary Neal . . . Wildcat Band . . . Meacham, Kay . . . Medlock, Charles . . . Le Cercle Francais presi- dent, Nu Lambda Rho vice-president, Tri Chem, Key Club, Band Quartermaster, Concert and Marching Bands, home room vice-president . . . Melton, Virginia . . . Concert Choir, Wildcat Follies cast, PepCats, usher for Vespers, Girls Ensemble, Future Homemakers secretary, Le Cercle Francais, monitor . . . Meredith, Janet Lynn . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, Wildcat Follies cast, runner-up for Friend- liest girl, Red Cross representative, home room secretary . . . Miller, Bobby . . . Miller, Jack . . . Milner, Norman Paul . . . Jim McMains Danny McNeely 13 .Asif ff tm Pam McNeely Kathy McVay ,M , 'Bio -N... Gary Neal McVey Kay Meacham Charles Medlock Virginia Melton if Janet Lynn Meredith Jack Miller Bobby Miller Norman Paul Milner 191 fa., ""0v-Ml...-u Cassandra Louise Mitchell M , WM . , il ' of 'i k an l X 4 V , J 1 1 F . f N425 7, ,rf Linda Mitchell Mercedes Diane Mitchell George Monroe V' -:li -- .f1.g-. f u , germ-L fm-f., K rf.:- ,. -F-,-of me . sf fm r, f A"' ' Q flee., , -rf , fwcslf- .:..,,.: 1,2 , if-4 11. V F '-Wi Y B. 1 X ,tk Diane Montgomery After much hard work, Senior Carl Robertson tinally receives his reward. . .a1ettermen's jacket. 'asf Shar0I1 M0Dtg0IT19I'y Anita Mavrice Moore Pamela J oycelyn Moore Mitchell, Cassandra Louise . . . Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers . . . Mitchell, Mercedes Diane . . . Future Homemakers, Y-Teens, Glee Club . . . Mitchell, Linda . . . Monroe, George . . . Art Club, Nu Lambda Rho . . . Montgomery, Dianne . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, Y- Teens, PepCats, Future Business Leaders, home room treasurer . . . Montgomery, Sharon . . . PepCats, Future Business Leaders . . . Moore, Anita Maurice . . . Pep- Cats . . . Moore, Pamela Joycelyn . . . home room sec- retary and vice-president, Future Business Leaders, Catettes . . . Moore, Sandie Gale . . . Girls Ensemble, Concert Choir robe chairman, Nu Lambda Rho, Thespians, Y- Teens, Le Cercle Francais, Glee Club secretary, monitor . . . Morphew, Walter L., Jr .... Thespians . . . Morgan, Dian . . . PepCats, Future Homemakers, Y-Teens, home room president . . . Morgan, Jim Allan . . . Morris, Judi Kaye . . . Y-Teens, PepCats, Future Homemakers . . . Morrow, Rita . . . PepCats, home room secretary, Future Homemakers, Y-Teens . . . Morton, John Richard . . . Masenthin, Martin . . . Muller, Claudia . . . Publications Managing Editor . . . Munnerlyn, Christie . . . Wildcat Editor, Catettes, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Student Council, Wildcat Follies cast Y-Teens Thespians, PepCats, Future Journalists, Le Cercle Francais reporter . . . Munnerlyn, Frances . . . Le Cercle Francais, Publications Staff . . . Murphy, Jim E .... Theta Science Club, Quo Vadis, Quill and Scroll, Publications photographer, State Crew . . . Sandie Gale Moore Dian Morgan ciiifsbf rg ,E er is gram 49' r. In X 4 ,Q VV Jim Allan Morgan Walter Lo Morphew Jr. 1 39" Judi Kaye Morris Rita Morrow Jolm Richard Morton Martin Mosenthin Claudia Muller Christie Munnerlyn Frances Munnerlyn Jim E. Murphy 193 94 A Jig, 1:37-... the C W Bob Murphy Valerie Musgrove Cynthia Nance Steve Napper 'TV Barbara Ann Neal Mike Neal ef-"TTv ,iv wa George Newcomb Rentha Newton Sharon Nicholas Chris Nolen Bobby Neighbors Cora LaVeme Newberry Murphy, Bob . . . Musgrove, Valerie . . . Thespians, National Honor Society, monitor . . . Nance, Cynthia . . . home room secretary, Concert Choir, Y-Teens, Theta Sci- ence, Future Business Leaders, Girls Ensemble, All- Clinic Choir, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Napper, Steve . . . Key Club, Symphonic Band, Theta Science Club, Los Gatos Espanoles. . . Neal, Barbara Ann . . . Red Cross representative, Future Homemakers . . . Neal, Mike . . . Neighbors, Bobby . . . Newberry, Cora Laverne . . . Newcomb, George . . . home room president, Foot- ball, Quill and Scroll, Publications Assistant Sports Editor . . . Newton, Rentha . . . Future Homemakers . . . Nicho- las, Sharon, . . . PepCats, Future Homemakers, Y-Teens ...Nolen,Cbris... Norman, Mary Patricia . . . National Merit Finalist, National Honor Society, National Thespians, Catettes, Pep- Cats, Girls State, Los Gatos Espanoles, usher for Com mencement, Y-Teens, Thespians . . . Norman, Susan . . . Quo Vadis, home room treasurer, Glee Club, Junior Choir, Senior Choir . . . Norwood, Larry . . . Football, Track, Basketball, home room president . . . 0'Kelley, Kathy Anette . . . Future Joumalists, Quill and Scroll, Publica- tions Exchange Editor, Senior Cabinet, PepCats . . . Oliver, Charlene . . . Future Homemakers, PepCats . . . 0'Neal, Robert F .... Owen, Farrel . . . Quill and it Scroll, Publications Staff . . . Padgett, Jerrell . . . Page, Rebakah Lynn . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Homemakers, home room secretary, Thespians, Red Cross representative . . . Parks, Tommy C .... Nu Lambda Rho, Film Crew . . . Patrick, Billy . . . Penny, Rosemary . . . Future Homemakers, transfer from Woodbridge Senior High School, Woodbridge, Virginia . . . Mary Patrice Norman Susan Norman ggigmg IV, A 4 waffggggi,-A . ,N , 7 -, ,.. t - , auf, ,..,, , , . xy v-lil. ,Qi . 517.6 :fe 5'-like Larry Norwood Kathy Annette 0'Kelley A , Zh, ,re A -is , ., M rf Y Q 4 La " 4 1 Charlene Oliver Robert F. O'Neal Farrel Padgett Jerrell Padgett -'4"""y ,H w N54 Xi- Rebakah Lynn Page Tommy C. Parks Billy Patrick Rosemary Louise Penny 195 196 John H. Perry Jesse L. Phillips Pam Phillips Alan Pierce Lynn Pittman Debra Jean Polk cu? Marilyn Pullian Dale Lynne Radcliffe BeCky Ramel' William Thomas Ramsey Kenneth Edward Pollock Barbara Pruss Perry, John H .... home room vice-president, Red Cross representative, basketball . . . Phillips, L. Jesse . . . Phillips, Pam . . . Future Homemakers . . . Pierce, Alan . . . Future Business Leaders, transfer from Los Altos High School, Hacienda Heights, California . . . Pittman, Lynn . . . PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, Future Teachers . . . Polk, Debra Jean . . . Red Cross representative, Future Homemakers, home room secre- tary, and treasurer . . . Pollock, Kenneth Edward . . . Concert Choir, All-Region Choir, Musical Varieties cast, Los Gatos Espanoles reporter . . . Pruss, Barbara . . . Thespians, Girls Recreation Association, transfer from Mt. St. Mary's Academy, Little Rock . . . Pulliam, Marilyn . . Radcliffe, Dale Lynne . . . Pep- Cats, Girls Recreation Association secretary-treasurer, Thespians, Art Club, Quo Vadis, Red Cross representative . . . Hamer, Becky . . . PepCats, Concert Choir, Girls Ensemble, Musical Varieties cast, Future Homemakers, Red Cross representative . . . Ramsey, William Thomas Rauschenberger, Richard E .... Future Business Leaders, home room treasurer, Red Cross representative . . . Rawls, Ozzie . . . Reddig, Richard . . . Reed, Allan . . . home room president, Future Business Leaders, home room vice-president . . . Reedy, Sharon Lea . . . Y-Teens, PepCats . . . Reeves, Pat . . . Cheerleader, Catettes, PepCats, Wildcat Follies cast, Student Council, Y-Teens, LeCercle Fran- cais, home room secretary, treasurer, and vice-president, Publications Managing Editor, Quill and Scroll . . . Reid, Vicky Renae . . . PepCats president, Y-Teens secretary, Y-Teens Valentine Royalty, delegate to Mid-winter and State Conferences, Wildcat Follies cast, Quill and Scroll, Future Joumalists, Publications Exchange Editor, Le Cer- cle Francais, home room secretary and treasurer, Thes- pians . . . Reifsteck, Bob . . . Drum Major for the Wildcat Marching Band, Key Club . . . The colossus of Rome, Jay Douglas, proclaims his vanity. 19" yea, i I if FYSQSE5' A9 ' Q3 'Q...ifZ7 Richard E. Rauschenberger Ozzie Rawls Richard Reddig Allan Reed uf . Sharon Lea Reedy Pat Reeves Vicky Renae Reid Bob Reifsteck 197 198 Geoffrey Reilley Bobby Rice 4,51 ' Karen Renee Rice John Riddle E -aaa Q 'Q f reef' Mike Riley Nancy Roberts '-if W V-, A 'Q 1,5 , , 3 3 Larry Dale Robertson Mike Roden David Rogers Karen Kay Rogers , . -xt' 3 .5 ,V E an i3,.l,M ,Q W 3 t. 2 1? f 1 :5 wah' . Carl Dean Robertson Edward Robertson Reilley, Geoffrey . . . Rice, Bobby. . . Rice, Karen Renee . . . Future Homemakers . . . Riddle, John . . . Football, Key Club, National Honor Society, Boys State, Junior Rotarian, LeCercle Francais, Track , . . Riley, Mike . . . Student Council, Theta Science Club, Key Club vice-president, Football, Track, Boys State, Stu- dent Body Vice-President, Interclub Council President . . . Roberts, Nancy . . . Quo Vadis . . . Robertson, Carl Dean . . . Senior Cabinet, Interclub Commcil, Football, Key Club, Track, Quo Vadis vice-president, home room president . . . Robertson, Edward . . . Robertson, Larry Dale . . . home room president, Future Business Leaders . . . Roden, Mike . . . home room president, Future Business Leaders . . . Rogers, David . . . Rogers, Karen Kaye . . . Y-Teens, PepCats, Quo Vadis, Future Homemakers . . . . ,,. i . , ,f R W Romandia, David Wayne . . . Ronk, Van Jeffery . . . Nu Lambda Rho, monitor, transfer from Maplewood-Rich- mond Heights High School, Maplewood, Missouri . . . Rooks, Deborah Kay . . . Los Gatos Espanoles, PepCats, Nu Lambda Rho, usher for Vespers, Red Cross represent- ative . . . Rose, Kathy . . . home room treasurer, Pep- Cats, Le Cercle Francais, usher for Vespers, Red Cross representative, Art Club . . . Ross, Lynda . . . Future Business Leaders, PepCats, Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll, Red Cross representative,usher for Vespers, Quo Vadis, Art Club . . . Russ, Jon Michael . . . home room president, Cross Country Track Team, Key Club, Nu Lambda Rho, Red Cross representative, monitor . . . Russell, Gerald . . . Quo Vadis . . . Rydel, Mark . . . DAR Good Citizen Award, Boys State, Junior Rotarian, Football, Key Club, Quo Vadis, home room president... Sanders, Judy . . . Girls State, Bookworms secretary, Y-Teens, delegate to Mid-winter Conference, Future Homemakers . . . Scarborough, Beverly . . . Quo Vadis, Senior Cabinet, home room secretary, PepCats . . . Schaeffer, Yvonne Renee . . . Future Business Leaders, Future Homemakers . . . Scholar, Sheila . . . Future Homemakers . . . N .,,..,. David Wayne Romandia Van Jeffery Ronk '92 ff., Deborah Kay Rooks Kathy Rose 1:21 ,,,,,,,, sm... 'M-,.,,, Lynda Ross Jon Michael Russ Gerald Russell Mark Rydel rea.. Judy Sanders Beverly Scarborough Yvonne Renee Schaeffer Shelia Scholar 199 200 3'-ww towns 9"-mx Sheri Seaton Phillip Seibold ,nu ,d' N lg -J Kenneth T. Shaw Linda Shelton Q05 .......pf Mable Sheppard B0b Shirley Carolyn Shuffield Stan Shults Rebecca Frances Silvey Michael Campbell Simmons Lloyd Short Tena Louise Shrum Seaton, Sheri . . . Seibold, Phillip . . . Key Club, Nu Lambda Rho, Tennis . . . Shaw, Kenneth T .... Tri Chem, Key Club, LeCerc1e Francais . . . Shelton, Linda . . . Fu- ture Business Leaders, Future Homemakers . . . Sheppard, Mable . . . Girls Recreation Association, transfer from Scipio A, Jones High . . . Shirley, Bob . . . Short, Lloyd . . . Shrum, Tena Louise . . . Future Busi- ness Leaders, Future Homemakers, Girls Recreation As- sociation, PepCats . . . Shuffield, Carolyn . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders, Girls Recreation Association . . . Shults, Stan . . . Mr. NLRHS, Key Club, Track, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room president, and vice-president, Theta Science Club . . . Silvey, Rebecca Frances . . . Con- cert Choir, Thespians, Girls Ensemble, Publications Staff, transfer from Round Rock High School, Round Rock, Tex- as . . . Simmons, Michael Campbell . . . Senior Cabinet, Football, transfer from Muskogee Central High School, Muskogee, Oklahoma . . . Sims, Fannie . . . Girls Recreation Association, Fu- ture Homemakers . . . Sims, Roger . . . Track, Basket- ball, Football . . . Smiley, Karen . . . National Honor So- ciety, Le Cercle Francais, Red Cross representative, transfer from Bogalusa High School, Bogalusa, Louisiana . . . Smiley, William Lea, Jr .... National Honor Society, Symphonic, Concert, and Marching Bands, Band Captain, Boys State altemate, Key Club Board Member, Tri Chem, Woodwind Ensemble . . . Smith, Bobbye Jean . . . Future Homemakers, presi- dent . . . Smith, C.D .... Le Cercle Francais . . . Smith, Fredrick Harry II . . . Key Club, Football statistical, Quo Vadis, home room president . . . Smith, Paula Gay . . . home room secretary, Glee Club treasurer, Thespians, Le Cercle Francais . . . Smith, Steve . . . home room vice-president, Color Day Escort . . . Smith, Thomas Car- roll . . . Future Business Leaders, Basketball Manager . . . Snow, Norman 0 .... Senior Class Vice-president, Wildcat Follies leading role, Best Actor award, National Thespians, Publications Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll, Student Council Parliamentarian, Concert Choir, Football, Track . . . Sosebee, Bill . . . Fannie Sims Roger Sims N-rf' Qi-47' uv' Karen Smiley William Lea Smiley -.-.xg IWW Bobbye Jean Smith C.D. Smith Fredrick Harry Smith H Paula Gay Smith W Steve Smith Thomas Carroll Smith yy' 11? Norman 0. Snow Bill Sosebee 201 gf? IU! Alan Miller Souheaver Cathy Spain Liz Spikes Frank Spoon 202 Jesse Earl Springer Donald Gene Stafford Brutus, Charles Blanchard, scorns as Caesar, Bruce Firestone, announces his emperorshlp. Lorinda Lynn Stanford Karla Jean Stansberry Souheaver, Alan Miller . . . home room officer . . . Spain, Cathy . . . Color Day Queen, Catettes, PeHCats, home room secretary . . . Spikes, Liz . . . Future ome- makers . . . Spoon, Frank . . . Springer, Jesse Earl . . . Art Club . . . Stafford, Don- ald Gene . . . Key Club . . . Stanford, Lorinda Lynn . . . Le Cercle Francais, Y-Teens, Thespians, home room vice-president, PepCats, Red Cross representative . . . Stansberry, Karla Jean . . . Future Business Leaders, Fu- ture Homemakers, Red Cross representative, home room vice-president . . . A Starkey, Charlotte . . . Future Business Leaders, ,da Junior Chorus, Glee Club, monitor . . . Stephens, Norma S . . . Future Homemakers, Future Business Leaders . . . Steme, Charlene . . . National Honor Society, Bookworms president, PepCats, Quo Vadis, Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff, Future Journalists . . . Stewart, Mary Sybil . . . Future Nurses secretary, National Honor Soci- ety, PepCats, Le Cercle Francais, Quill and Scroll, Publi- 1 cations Staff . . . Stirman, Kay . . . Future Homemakers . . . Story, Jill . . . Stringham, Linda . . . Catettes, PepCats, Y-Teens, LeCercle Francais, Red Cross representative . . . Stroud, Beverly . . . monitor, Future Homemakers . . . Stroud, Charles . . . Concert and Marching Bands . . . Talley, Lynn . . . home room president, and vice-presi- dent . . . Taylor, Kathy . . . National Honor Society, Pep- Cats, Le Cercle Francais, home room officer, Future Homemakers, Red Cross representative, monitor . . . Tay- lor, Ruby Diane . . . Charlotte Starkey Norma Stephens A Charlene Steme Mary Sybil Stewart ?Uh Cl'-Qi Kay Stirman Jill Story Linda Stringham 'frff' Wi! Charles Stroud Lynn Talley Kathy Taylor Beverly Stroud Ruby Diane Taylor 203 204 f is is 1 sw -Y-1. 1 . ffg , mt. ,egamfsig GW- ' ' fa , , , Vicky Lynn Taylor Debbie Templeton James Terry Janet Thalmann I, 'lr- Qwr Phillip Tharp Lenita Thibault Jean Thirion Bob Thirion Donna Sue Thompson Julie Thompson Linda Thompson Sheron Thorne Taylor, Vicky Lynn . . . PepCats, monitor, Quill and Scroll, Future Joumalists, home room secretary, Y- Teens, Wildcat Album Editor . . . Templeton. Debbie . . . PepCats . . . Terry, James . . . Thalmann, Janet . . . Pep Cats . . . Tharp, Phillip . . . Football, Junior Dream Boy, Stu- dent Council . . . Thibault, Lenita . . . National Honor So- ciety, Senior Cabinet, All-State Band, All-Region Band, Band historian and librarian, Theta Science Club, Tri Chem, Nu Lambda Rho, LeCercle Francais, Woodwind En- semble, Symphonic and Marching Bands, Pep Band monitor . . . Thirion, Bob . . . Football, home room president . . . Thirion, Jean . . . Future Business Leaders correspond- ing secretary, Concert and Marching Bands, Band librar- ian, Girls Recreation Association vice-president, Future Nurses, Nu Lambda Rho . . . Thompson, Donna Sue . . . PepCats, Los Gatos Espan- oles, Red Cross representative . . . Thompson, Julie . . . Thompson, Linda . . . Concert and Marching Bands, Los Gatos Espanoles, Band librarian, Red Cross representative . . . Thorne, Sheron . . . office monitor, Red Cross rep- resentative, Le Cercle Francais, PepCats . . . Tindall, Harold . . . Todd, Gwenn . . . Girls State, Na- tional Honor Society, Woodwind Ensemble, Symphonic and Marching Bands, Los Gatos Espanoles treasurer, home room vice-president . . . Tompkins, Danny . . . Trent, William D .... Nu Lambda Rho . . . Tucker, Charles . . . Tucker, Sharon . . . Concert Choir, Future Homemakers, transfer from El Dorado High School . . . Turbyfill, Jimmy . . . home room secretary and treasurer . . . Tumer, Barbara . . . Wildcat Follies lead, Musical Varieties lead, All-State Choir, Concert Choir officer, Girls Ensemble, Chapel leader, Thespians officer, Senior Cabinet, delegate to Girls State, Future Nurses, transfer from Overton High School, Memphis, Tennessee . . . Turner, Joyce . . . Y-Teens, PepCats, Glee Club, Junior Girls Chorus, Senior Chorus . . . Turner, Judy Ann . . . Future Nurses, Le Cercle Francais, Future Teachers, Glee Club, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus . . . Vandergrift, Joyce Alene . . . PepCats, Y-Teens . . . Venetta, Debbie 'rs-' "N-..... Harold Tindall Gwenn Todd Danny Tompkins William D. Trent pil, 5. 'nv' X 'zrnf Charles Tucker Sharon Tucker Jimmy Tllrbyfill Barbara Tumer Joyce Tumer Judy Ann Tumer Joyce Alene Vandegrift Debbie Venetta 205 206 w?.gq . 53' Hg,-.Q un- , DOUS Verheul Stephen Vick e James Vint Terry Waldrop Cathie Walker Janet Walker Karyn Walker Carolyn Diane Walls Ron Walters Walter E. Ward Paulette Walker Jimmy Walker Verheul, Doug . . . Key Club, Los Gatos Espanoles . . . Vick, Stephen . . . Football . . . Vint, James . . . Track . . . Waldrop, Terry . . . Theta Science Club Track Walker, Cathie . . . PepCats, Catettes, Future Business Leaders, Y-Teens, Nu Lambda Rho . . . Walker, Janet . . . Y-Teens, PepCats, Los Gatos Espanoles, home room vice-president, monitor, Future Homemakers, trans- fer from Durant, Oklahoma . . . Walker, Jimmy . . . Walk er, Karyn . . . Senior Class Secretaiiy-Treasurer, dele- gate to Girls State, Student Council, epCats hand drill leader, Wildcat Follies cast, home room vice-president, Y-Teens, PepCats, Thespians, Los Gatos Espanoles monitor . . . Walker, Paulette . . . Catettes, Wildcat Follies cast, Y-Teens, Le Cercle Francais, Thespians, PepCats, moni- tor . . . Walls, Carolyn Diane . . . Walters, Ron . . . Con- cert Choir librarian, Stage crew, Future Business Leaders . . . Ward, Walter E .... Band Lieutenant, Symphonic, Concert, and Marching Bands, Pep Band, Los Gatos Es- panoles, Red Cross representative . . . Warren, Cathy . . . Catettes, Y-Teens, PepCats, Le Cercle Francais, home room secretary-treasurer . . . Washburn, Debby . . . Catettes, PepCats . . . Wasson, Kirk . . . Watson, Philip . . . Key Club, Los Gatos Espan- oles home room resident , p . . . Wattam, Mark . . . Weaver, Lowell . . . Cross Coun- try Track . . . Weindorf, Dean . . . transfer from Lockburn Air Force Base, Ohio . . . Whitaker, Larry Marania, Robie Toler, gives her life for her love. EE 21' fs- HQHM Cathy Warren Debby Washburn Kirk Wasson Philip Watson Mark Wattam Lowell Weaver Dean Weindorf Larry Whitaker 207 208 first yr . NSN .-, W . fl A Pam White Vivian Lee Whittemore ae" David Wick William G. Wilkerson -- Billy R. Wilkerson Danny Williams WW? at Wi r'-1 :Ras-Q ""' sim? ,....... Mike Williams Pamela wllll3IHS Sonja Williams Susan Williams ' .ma-SRX -v 31afw.f in vi ff " .yan f A K ft 'fvgfiii-f5f"'tii5HP fs 1n.m1f mia? iw of Jerry Williams Judy Krin Williams White, Pam . . . Future Business Leaders . . . Whit- temore, Vivian Lee . . . Le Cercle Francais . . . Wick, David . . . Wilkerson, Billy R .... Track, home room of- ficer . . . Wilkerson, William G .... Symphonic and Marching Bands, Woodwind Ensemble, Key Club, Theta Science Club, monitor, Red Cross representative, Le Cercle Francais . . . Williams, Danny . . . Williams, Jerry . . . Williams, Judy Krin . . . Concert Choir, Musical Va- rieties cast, Thespians, PepCats, Y-Teens . . . Williams, Mike . . . Vocational Industrial Clubs of America . . . Williams, Pamela . . . PepCats, Thespians, Y-Teens, Fu- ture Homemakers, Future Business Leaders, Red Cross representative . . . Williams, Sonja . . . Future Home- makers . . . Williams, Susan . . . Future Homemakers, PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders, Red Cross represent- ative . . . Williams, Virginia . . . PepCats, Thesplans, Le Cercle Francais, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff, usher for Commencement . . . Williford, Randy . . . Wilson, Eliz- abeth Ann . . . Quill and Scroll, Future Journalists vice- president, Senior Cabinet, Future Homemakers, usher for Commencement, home room officer, Y-Teens, Wildcat Album Editor . . . Wimberly, Verna . . . Wildcat Follies cast, Concert Choir, Musical Varieties cast, Future Homemakers, usher for Commencement, PepCats, Quo Vadis, monitor, Quill and Scroll, Red Cross representative, Senior Cabinet al- temate . . . Winget, James . . . Boys State, Basketball, Track, Key Club, Quo Vadis, home room treasurer . . . Wingfield, David . . . Boys State, Football, Basketball, Los Gatos Espanoles, Quill and Scroll, home room vice-presi- dent, Publications Staff . . . Wingfield, Dennis . . . Student Council, Boys State, Key Club, home room president, Foot- ball. . . Winkleman, Gary Lee . . . monitor . . . Winkler, Ron- ald . . . Winter, Ronald B .... Football . . . Wise, Pam- ela . . . PepCats, Bookworms, Future Homemakers, Nu Lambda Rho . . . 'W we 'H X lxfczps R , Virginia Williams Randy Williford Elizabeth AIll'l Wilson Verna Wimberly Q-0,5 ,ned ri James Winget David Wingfield Dennis Wingfield Gary Lee Winkleman ee fy, Ronald Winkler Ronald B. Winter Pamela Wise Gary Wogldridge 209 210 ...,?" ,M- James Wolfe Becky Womble .pr-L .aww 'Qs-f , kj? Daniel J. Wright Johnnny Wright 'QA if oy: af-'5 's4. -Ao , Mike Wright Mary Susan Yaeger Lynville L. Yielding Carol Jean Yoder it J ff nv-B N Kay Young Raphiel F, Zarlingo 465 law: Katheryn Zermatten John Carnahan Wolfe, James . . . Womble, Becky . . . Wooldridge, Gary . . . Football, transfer from Bell Gardens Senior High, Bell Gardens, California . . . Wright, Daniel J. . . . Senior Cabinet, Key Club, Nu Lambda Rho . . . Wright, Johnny . . . Football, Track . , . Wright, Mike . . . Yaeger, Mary Susan . . . Girls State, Concert Choir, Musical Varieties cast, usher for Commencement, Senior Cabinet, Le Cercle Francais, PepCats, monitor, Thespians, Glee Club librarian . . . Yielding, Lynville, L. . . . Track, monitor . . . Yoder, Carol Jean . . . Future Nurses, Future Homemakers, Los Gatos Espanoles, moni- tor, Glee Club , . . Young, Kay . . . Le Cercle Francais historian, Art Club social chairman, Glee Club, International Art Show Award, Thespians, Red Cross representative, usher for Commencement, Nu Lambda Rho, monitor . . . Zarlingo, Raphiel F .... Zermatten, Katheryn . . . Future Home- makers, Glee Club, Choirs I and II, monitor . . . John Carnahan With Zeee W , . ..,,, W., at N 'wh We Remember All, bar nothing, Have a scheduled rendezvous With pain, relief, God, redemption, Is to be m With Death. Painful, very much so, It comes quick as agony. Relief comes as d Quick, sudden as a storm, YH-. Sherry Odom Everlasting, As the love of God, Creator, Want of redemption. If so, Heaven .... Pray, pray, humble one, eath, For beautiful Death. et with love, humble feelings. Bobby Martin 'Q Qgiixf-all 211 611155 af '6 9 ,4 Waits np gilt Smlu The middle child of the "Wildcat Family", the Juniors dream of the day when they will reign--the day they become the Top Cats. As they strive for recognition, their cry echoes down the halls, "Of all the Cats we're so fine, we're the class of '69!" Glenn Abbott, Del Ann Adams, Connie Adcock, Ellen Adkins Mike Alexander, Larry Allen, Mike Allen. George Alverson, Tom Antonsen, Amber Ashley, Ronald Autry, Ivan Avance, Mary Gail Avance, Buzzy Ayers. Ronnie Baier, Robert Bakalekos, Pat Baker Tedd1e Carolyn Baker, Ronnie Ball, Rick Allen Ballentine, Juanita Ballew. as ,,, -nn, -Q --,. ,Z .wwf -L.. Vi ,z Qs.. 'QN Sa.ndy Bane, Billie Banks, Abbie Marie Barbee, Mary Barlow, Brad Barnett, Stephen Barron, Edmund Conrad Bartholmey III. Robert H. Bartlett, Cordell Battles, Danny Baw, Sandy Beight, Vicki Bell, Richard Bennett, Karen Benson. Beverly Bentley, Bob Bingaman, Rosemary Bird, Patricia I. Black, Donita Blacklock, Rosemary B1a.nn, Patricia Blevins. Danny Blucker, Sharon Bolliger, Nancy Bond. Cindy Bowman, Donna Boyce, Wayne Boydston. Danny Boyles, Pam Boyson, Linda Bradshaw. ,.-, kg. 213 214 Bill Branch, Sandra Kay Brewster, Don E. Bridges. Elaine Broglen, James Brooks, Barbara Brown. Blenda Jean Brown, Herb Brown, Patti Brown. Vicki Brown, Reba Bryant, Cheryl Buck, Steve Burkett, Kenny Burlison, Carolyn Burnett, Dennis Burnett. Marilyn Burnett, Linda Burns, Mike Butler, Larry D. Caldwell, Terry Caldwell, Tommy Cameron, Melva De Camp Carla Campbell, Nancy Campbell, Garry Canady, Judi Carmack, Dale Carpenter, Randy Carver, David Cathey. 49- ,.,f' nk -5- 'v-J, fm ,N Fi. I .if I Harold Chandler, Ernest L. Chastain, Janet Chastain, Becky Chism, Laura Clark, Teresa Clark, Charlotte Cleek. Dave Cochran, Patrick Alan Coffield, Gary Cohen, Don Collie, Connie Combs, Paul Conway, Jerry Cooper. Ann Copeland, Tony Cotton, Derrell Cox, Barbara Craddock, Shirley Cranford, Charles Crawford, Kenneth Creasy. 1 1 i Gaynell Crews, Pat Croom, Na.ncy Crow. Darrell R. Crowder, Joel Crowder, Wayne Curry. Rickie Daes, Joan Dalziel, James Davenport. 215 216 Marania CRobie Tolerb sings of her love of Pete in the '68 Follies. Ann Davidson, Ben Davis, Steven Ray Davis, Susie Davis, Terry Davis, Liz Davison, Sharron Deane. Donna DeBartello, Janet Deere, Linda Defoe, Michael DeGroodt, Greg Denton, Charlotte DeRoche, Susan Devore. Joe Paul Diedrich, Charles Dillon, Penny Dixon, Ricky Dixon, Mary Jane Dodson, Beverly Dorchuck, Suzette Dorris. fs.- "'N 'x -A 'lie nr:-,- .,.f Air David Duke, Connie DuVa1l, Debbie Eagle, Norman C. Eanes, Dwight Earnhart, Julia Ann Earhart, Phyllis East. Rita Elmore, Shelly English, Jerry Enoch, John Evans, Cindy Evans, Steve Evans, Jim Faver. Sonjia Fell, Patsy Finch, Linda Fincher, Jill Fishback, Steve Fisher, Gail Fleming, Paula Fletcher. Libby Flowers, Greg Flurry, Don Flynn. Rosie Ford, Thomas Ford, Jim Fortenbury. Gail French, Pam Friday, Shannon Fryer. . . w., ah l . 217 218 Mike Gaines, Joetta Gaither, Janet Garrett. Deby Garrison, Jayne George, Georgia Ginn. Elizabeth Gail Glover, Jim Glover, Brenda Goodrich. .Noi 4-..., I Travis Goodwin, Debby Goss, Mary Jane Goss, Nancy Jo Graddy, Janis Graver, Michael Gordon Grayson, Kittie Ann Graziani James Green, Larry Green, Jan Greider, Gary Griffin, Patsy Griffith, Becky Griffith, Jeff Grooms. Larry Grubb, Cheryl Guy, Debbie Hall, Diann Hall, Thomas Hamilton, Holly Hamlett, Butch Hammack. fv- as ,fv- v li- f an gf is ,Q-v ,, Q vzzzv' Z QD -wi - Joyce Hammer, Barbara Hampton, Rosemary Hampton, Leslie Ann Hanson, Larry Hargett, Glenda Hargrove, Toni Harmon. Thomas Lynn Harrell, Irma Linda Harris, Susan Harris, Carol Harrison, Kay Harrison, Mary Jane Hart, Tona Hartwick. Perry Hassell, David Hastie Jr., Sharon Hatfield, John Hay, Steve W. Hayden, Allen Heathcock, Karen Hebert. ,,....f Chip Heffington, Brenda Henick, Shari Henry. fi John Hess, Gayle Hickey, Fred Hicks. Becky Hiett, Sue I-Iigdon, Danny Hill. ks- 219 220 Junior football palyers take a time out during the NLR-Pine Bluff game. Kathie Hill, Martin Hinkle, Pam Hixon, Kieth Hobby, Mike Hoggard, Donna Hogins, Randy Holland. Margie Holloway, David Holmes, LauraHooten,R.Woody Hooten, Loyce Hopkins, Aniel House, Julie House. Phyllis House, Jay Hudson, Debi Huggins, Kenny Hughes, Vernon Hune, Robert Hurd, Donald Hurn. ral 1 525:11 , 21-11 , 4. X 4 - , f f"5 f, '-wwf' N., C- 17- fi. v--., X Delvin Hurt, Randy Hussey, Phillip Hutchins, Mike Ibsen, Bob Inmon, Don Jackson, Pam James. Barbara Jenkins, Steve Jenkins, Mike Jeu, Beverly Johnson, Charles Johnson, Gail Johnson, Jerry Johnson. Linda Johnson, Pete Johnson, Tom Johnson, Donna Johnston, Janie Jones, Karen Kail, Brenda Keeling. .fn- rw Raymond Keen, Mike Kelley, Sandra Kelley. Tim Kelly, Vicki Killough, Linda Keltner. Debbi Kemp, Sharon Kerr, Deborah Kirby. ev-FA . 'qf"7 vs., 1:7655-Z, , 'I 'v":"aQa'3:: A .Ozifzif::11:frSf5f':::55Ii5'.:-f'31f Q .,:'.,-.,".' ' W .vi-.'., Q -.,-.,:.,:.,g ..f f a. 0'-v c ,f-for 1 221 222 Susie Kirkpatrick, Jane Knight, Charles Knopp. Barbara Ann Knowles, Bobbie Jean Knowles, Sheila Korte. Rebecca Lacey, Marjorie Lacy, Debbie Landsman. Linda Lanear, Paula Laister, Jamie Leasure, Jimmy Ledrick, Marsha Lewis, Rita Lewis, Jerry Linke. Deborah Kaye Loftis, Janice Loudermilch, Shirley Jean Love, Wayne Lowery, William Lowery, Kathy Luker, Allan Steven Lunsford Margaret Luthy, Tommy Lyons, Vickie Lynne Malone, Deborah Kathleen Maness, Melissa Maness, Steve Marshall, Cindy Martin -crew 'iii' '54-if Fall fs vi- nr- 9 'vgk Wu vs Q15- QQ7.. 'UK 5-f-" JoAnna Martin, Carl Matchet, Judy Mathews, Rose Mathiehe, Ricky Matthews, Joseph May, Pam May. John Mayfield, Gail McAllister, Larry McAllister, Elizabeth McBee, Cliff McBryde, Marie McCabe, Lynda L, McCu11um. Kevin McCann, Jean McCormick, Suzanne McDaniel, Susan McElroy, Harriet McEntire, Dave McGehee, Karen McGinness, Mark McKe11er, Sandra McLaughlin, Vicki McMi11a.n. Randy McPherson, Robert Wayne McWilliams, Sherry Meacham. Keith Merritt, Debby Mickey, JoAnne Millender. X ri 223 224 Rickey Miller, Laura Rebecca Miner, David Mitchell. John Thomas Mitchell, Arthur L. Moffat, Barbara Moultry. Wayman Mullins, Sue Munnerlyn, Dale Myers. Loyd Nall, Joseph Narbutowitch, Cindy Nease, Jim Neighbors, Danny Nettles, Kenneth Newton, Janie Nigus. Bobby Norwood, Susan Norwood, Meri L. Oakley, Randy Oberlag, Anne O'Nea1, Roger Ort, Chrissie Ouelette. Alan Owen, Jim Owen, Sherman L. Owens, Sharyn Pace, Brenda Pappas, Joyce Parker, Tanya Parris. wx, w- l""'! .. -. N7 WL... -4' f? ft 'Vida w ,yr bv 1 ,.- -X ev Kenneth E. Partridge, Anita Payne, Millie Pearle, Clifford Pearson, Susa.n Penny, Dennis Peters, Phyllis Petty. Jim Pfeiffer, Lynna Phillips, Steve Phillips, Pat Polk, Pam Porter, Tommy Porter, Betsy Potthoff. Alfie Prim, Jean Ann Pritchard, Lynda Pryor, Mike Rainwater, Daryl Raney, Doris Ann Reddick, Rhonda Elizabeth Redman. Caesar gets the point. . .in the assassination scene. 225 226 fax? 'S Coleen Reed, Frances Reed, Bob Rees. Danny Reeves, Ronnie Reeves, Tommy Reynolds. Ronald Rhoads, Nan Riggins, Debra Roberts. 4,.,, 'Of' ., Bill Robertson, Alan Robinson, Tina Diane Robinson, Jay Mike Robinson, Carolyn Roddy, Cathy Rosamond, Wayma.n Andrew Rowe Susan Rozzeli, Sandra Ruff, Kathy Sanders, Vickie Sappington, Austin Sartin, Michael Seibold, Lionel Shock. Kay Shook, Steve Simpson, Bill Sims, David Smith, Gerald H. Smith, Lynn Smith, Joe Smith. V -. fr Pat Smith, Sandy Smith, William Smith, Phyllis Snow, Janet Spears, Eddie Springer, Carol Spruce. Marlane Stakemiller, John Stanton, Janice Stell, Linda Sterling, Janet Sterne, Vera Story, Tana Suddreth. Debbie Suttle, Sarah Swicegood, John Tate, Nan Taylor, Sandra Taylor, Susa.n Taylor, Pam Templeton. Hlffgyg John Tenney, Bill Terry, Karen Tharp. Belinda Thomas, Dorothy Thomas, Joyce Thomas. Ann Thompson, Quinn Thornton, Patsy Tindall. 227 228 ..'.., I. Robbie Toler, Nancy Toombs, Nancy Trammell. Clettus Traywick, Harold Treadway, Yvonne Treadway. Skip Triplett, Delores Tuggle, Gary Wayne Vail. '73 SL. 1' vs . if Beverly Venable, Marsha Venable, Randy Vest, Debbie Walker, Karen Kay Walker, Kathy Walker, Mary Elizabeth Walls Judy Ward, Coila Washburn, Debra Ann Watson, Everett Weaver, Jame Larry Whisant, Mike White, John White. Sherry White, Bobby Whitfield, Renee Wilkerson, Brenda Williams, David Williams, Laura Williams, Jackie Williams. ff' vff 'va' 30" 'N- J Q .--ff le... ,ff i 4 ,Q , .,x, 4, , W , . -, 4 +5 .. 5 W at , 1 2:2351 ,fr Cid' ".. Q SL Q-1-f Q..- vo V KN, , 3 : ' A"- ' Helen Zinn. ..o. .v .Q K , 0 0 0 I Q , o 0 0 ' s o s ' I he modern day rv 'w 'mi M-....' L. D, Williams, Kathy Williams, Sue Wilson, Sandra Winkler, Helen Wiseley, Robert Woods, Jimmy Dale Woodward Ann Wooten, Sudie Workman, Janet Wright, Judy Wynn, David Young, Karen Young, Virgil Young. Three Bears" Cliff McBryde, Micki Allen, and Steve Burkett come home to find an intruder in their home, Goldilocks .... l--4 . a:1f.ffs: r- - - "wif, mm. new cw l 611155 of '70 luducfcd in Wil mt Way Barely Wildcats, the sophomores find themselves snatched away from the Junior High life and emerged into the deep tradition of Wildcat Hill. The sophomore doesn't let himself drown, however, as he surfaces with the spirit and loyalty that prevails at North Little Rock High School, , ,"We're the wildest Cats you know, we're the class of '70!" Raymond Abernathy, Ronald Ronnie Ables, Nancy Ackerman, Andrea Adair, Randy Adams, Michael Adkins. Robert Allain, Kathy Allen, Micki Allen, Sheila Allen, Ricky Arman, B ob A rnold. Sharon Ashberry, Karen Athy, Debbie Atkins, Randy Atterberry Pam Atwood, Debbie Ault. Billy Avance, Debbie Avra, Jane Baker, Diane Ball, Jeanne Barnett, Larry Barrentine. 230 Bobby Barrett, Billy Barron, Debbie Bates,Helen Beene, Bill Behr, Katie Berger, Jim Berry. Rosemary Biery, Janette Francis Biggs, Jimmy Bishop, Dennis Blackwell, Dorothy Blackwell, Thomas Blackwell, Randy Blakey. Nancy Blann, Mike Blasingame, Larry Blevins, Carla Boatman, Bobby Boaz, Marilyn R. Bonds, Sam Bostic. Debbie Bowker, Linda Bowren, Gene Boydston, Anthony Bradford, Mike Brashers, Rodney Bratton, Linda Brewster. Billy Ray Briggs, Janet Brinkley, Ty Broglen, Betty Brown, Don L. Brown, Evelyn Brown, Pam Brown. Sandra Brown, Robert Browning, Laura Bruton, Jeff Brya.nt, Becky Budlong, Mary Iva Burns, Billy Burrow. Gary Burrow, Belinda Burton, Vicki Bynum, Jim Tom Byrd, Gail Camp, Dennis Campbell, Barbara Caple. Nancy Carmean, 'TommyCarpenter,John Carroll, Rhonda Carroll, Frances Carter, Shirlie Carter, Cheryl Case. fx. Celeste Casey, Debbie Cater, Jimmy Cathey, Robert Cauldwell, Janice Champlin, Bill Chandler, Carol Chappell, Keith Cheney, Kent Chrisman, Hershel Clark. Kathy Clark, Mindy Clawser, Gena Clifton, Randy Clinton, Susan Clough, Sharon Collier, Kay Collins, Donnie Cook, Phyllis Corbin, Emilie Cordell. Bette Cornelius, John Corzine, Paula Denise Cotton, Shirley Coulter, Billy Cox, David Crabtree, Ed Craig, Debbie Cross, Wallace Cummings, Barry Davidson. Richard Davidson, Bruce Davis, Ricky Davis, Gary Deaton, Jean DeLong, Janet Denniston, Brenda Derrick, Don DeVore, Woody Dillon, F onda Dindiddie. -w 7. - we 231 A xv Ralph W. Doty, Donald Eugene Doyle, Bill Duckworth, Robert Dudley, Debra Dulany, Marcia Duncan, Debbie Dunn, Janice Dunn, Deborah Dyer, Esther Ek. Tyler Ellendorff, Larry Eller, Linda Emerson, Gale Endsley, Debbie Epperson, Linda Kay Eudy, Thomas Evans, Linda Felton, Patrick Fields, Debbie Fiore. Nina Fleming, Marc Flurry, Shirley Forbis, Mitchell Ford, Tina Ford, Susan Foster, Roger Fowler, Lynn Fraser, Rhonda Frazier, Linda Freeman. Marsha Ereeman, Judy Fringer, Pandora Frost, Edwin Fuller, Luther Gadberry, Lesley Galloway, Aleta Gann, Virgle Garrett,Kenny Gathright, Rodney George. 232 Wayne George, Steve Gershner, Jim Gibbons, Debbie Glover, Jerri Goad, Sherrie Goetsch, Martha Goff. Mary Helen Gooch, ChuckGordon,WandaGosnell, Charles Goss, Jan Green, Sara Green, Janet Griebel. , Liz Griffin, Peggy Griffith, LindaGriZzell, Brenda Groce, Doug Gross, Vickie Grubb, Tracy Guess. Karen Gunter, Bob Hale, Gerald Hall, Jim Hall, Anne Halley, Jerry Halley, Carol Hallum. I 1 .4 I i Wd,- '.-Wf, I f v i, Scribe CTommy Carpenterb kneels before Caesar CBruce Firestoneb as he takes a proclamation. Linda Hamilton, Mary Hammer, Dick Hammons, Donna Hampton, Karla Hancock, Danny Hankins, Karren Hanks, Marvin Hardin, Patricia Harl, Lewis Harp. Steve Harrington, Larry Hay, Tresa Haynes, Stephen Haney, Mike Hays, David Head, Lori Helms, Sharon Helton, Faye Henderson, David Hendricks. Carol Hendrickson, William Henry, James Herndon, David Herrick, Alene Herrington, Kathy Herrington, Mary Hibbard, Deborah Kay Hicks, Cherie Hill, Marie Hill. Lynn Hipps, Diane Hitt, Terry Lynn Holden, Dianne Holland, Robert I-lollowell, Mary Holmes, Fred Hooten, Susan Ray Hopkins, Pat Hopper, David House. 233 Connie Hoxie, Rose Ann Hubbard, Otis Huggs, Don Hughes, Mary Hull, Billy Hunthrop, Darrell Hurt, Mida Hutto, Paul Imhoff, Terry Ingram. Dan Irby, Patricia Lynn Jackson, Valerie Jackson, Debbie Jenkins, Cindy Johnson, Deborah Johnson, Deborah Jo Johnson, Larry Johnson, Linda Johnson, Judy Johnson. Tina Johnston, Leewayne Jones, Linda Jones, Mike Jones, Joe Kelling, Janis Kelley, Linda Kempf, Debbie Kendricks, Michael Ketcher, Larry Ketcham. Carole Killough, Worren Kissire, Alanna Klassen, Jeanne Klassen, Nancy Klutts, Debbie Konings, Verna Lacy, Pamela Ann Lake, Cecila Laman, Donnie Lamb. 234 Sandra Lea, Marty Lee, Donnie Lenderman, Edward Leopard, Alan Leveritt, Angela Lewis, Maryanne Lewis. Susan Lewis, Derek Littlefield, Gordon Livingston, Rhonda Lee Lonney, Suzanne Lovenstein, Nedra Lumm, Sandra Lynch. Jerri Lyons, Danny Maglothin, Brenda Malcolm, David Manasco, Thomas Dean Maness, Jo Ann Marks, Debbie Martin. Marilyn Martin, Jan Masters, Gail Mathews, M argaret Mathews, Jerry Maxey, Billy Maxwell, Sharon McCall. Dennis McCann, Julie Ann McCastlain,Ky McCord, Cynthia McCorkle, Doug McDaniel, Kathy McDaniel, Sally McGee. Larry McGraw, Cathy McMa1lan, Pam McMillan, Mary Jo McNeely, Carol McNeill, Dennis McNeill, Jean Meacham. Peggy Meeker, Rhonda Meeks, Tena Midgett, Steven Milburn, Anne Miller, Melinda Mills, Bob Mixon. Ellen Moran, Virginia Morrison, Edwin Mosenthin, Carla Moser, Ann Moser, Belinda Moses,Janet Mueller. Carolyn Mullinax, Kathy Munn, Katherine Murphy, Bobby Murry, Vicki Musgrove, Johnny Nabors, Linda Napper, Alan Nease, Anne Nelson, Beverly Nelson. Linda Nesheim, Angela Newman, Casandra Norman, Wenda O'Cain, Darell Odom, Cynthia Olive, Dennis Oliver, Thomas Ollie, Debbie O'Neal, Ron Osburn. Diana Ouzts, Anne Owen, Louise Pace, Jay Pace, Travis Parr, Sammy Pate, Peggy Pearson, Linda Pegrum, Kathy Penn, Nan Petty. John Pharris, Andy Phillips, Janice Phillips, Linda Pigg, Patti Pinkston, Kathy Pitt, Lizli Kay Pittman, David Wayne Platt, Rickie Lynn Porter, Patsy Powell. 235 236 Patricia Carlene Prewitt, Linda Prowse, Bill Ramsey, Myron Raney, Kris Real, Sally Redd, Lyle Reed, Harriet Reid, Debbie Reynolds, Jennie Reynolds. I Lawrence Reynolds, Delane Rhodes, Brenda Ridling, Frand Riggins, Dana Riggs, Renetta Rinehart, Steve Risher, Vicki Robertson, Becky Robinson, Carlotta Rogers. Larry Rogers, Sharon Ross, Barbara Rowden, Wayne Rowley, Sandy K. Saldeld, Deborah Sampley, Sandy Sandusky, Beverly Sawyer, Sandy Scarborough, Dee Schulten. Susan Gail Scroggs, Cynthia Shadid, Bonnie L. Shelby, Stonie D. Shelby, Rickey Shelton, Mary Shock, Ethel Shoup, Tonya Shrum, Donna Shuffield, Steve Simmons. Unaware of the peril to come, Caesar, Bruce Fir e s I o n e, snobs Mark Antony, sophomore Mike Adkins. '-lfixsf Hai' w LQEQV' if, Beverly Simpson, Bill Simpson, Velma L. Sims, Helen Sisco, Laura Skinner,Greg Smelser,Donna Smith. Doug Smith, Janette Smith, Linda Smith, Ricky Smith, Susan Smith, Susan Kay Smith, Susan Smith. Luellen Snow, Mike Spears, Dora Stafford, Belua Stanley, Beverly Stanley, Patti Stanley, Diana Staples. Jerry Sterhing, Phillip Stevens, Joyce Stevenson, Deborah Stewart, Pat Stewart, Richard Stokes, Eddie Stoll. N .I Jack Stone, Ron Stone, Vickey Stone, Judy Sublett, Tommy Suttle, Marc Swann, Bill Tackett, Sue Talley, Glenda Tapley, Linda Tapley. Dean Taylor, Glenda Taylor, Gary Tedder,BrendaThacker,Doris Thirion, Jan Thomas, Paulette Thompson, Danny Thorton, Terri Thornton, Steve Thrash. Annette Thurow, David Tiner, Bill Torres, Linda Treat, Kay Tucker, Ellen Turnbow, Bert Turner, Janice Turner, Marie Twidwell, Cheryl Upton. , Debby Usery, Susa.n Vandiver, Adele Van Overbeke, Betty Vint, Joey Wadley, Gary Waldrip, Sue Wallace, Ruby Wallace, Jerry Ward, Larry Ward. 238 ,, fi ,K , i,gV 5 Linda Warren, George Warrick, Bruce Waters, James Watson, Susan Weatherford, Glynda Weatherly, Debbie Webb, Becky Weiler, Sandy Weise, Wendy Westerlund. Ruth Marie White, Ricky Whitfield, Sally Whitley, Jim Williams, Kenneth Williams, Mary Williams, Phyllis Williams, Ronald Williams, Steve Williams, Georgia Wilson. Joyce Wilson, Mike Wilson, Britt Wimberly, Larrywingo, Richard Wise, Patricia Wofford, Brenda Wood, Gayle Woods, Bill Word, Wylie Workman. Michael Worrell, Sandra Worthey, Gary Wright, Wally Wright, Jimmy Wyatt, Barbi Yedlick, Mary Young, Muncy Zuber. Sophomores Roseann Hubbard, Brenda Malcolm, and Debbie Dunn led the way as they contribute to the annual March of Dimes. ,Vg . A ., s is ,iii 0, if 1 -J , 'Q V ' ,T , X .h ff. gf X I, 51 2 ga if I j A X j r hfgi' A , A ' W I lp! 1 ' g g ' ' M -J' 1 f J pfklgo Autvgraphs 239 uf' V' :Xi AN r fk A Q4 ,,f ,, 5 1 i' V , b,?.1k3gW Aufvgraphs Autographs ew ,xX. V, Sm if ff Q V y,.NLf.,? -T "V" Q5 1, ,1.,.- 'xw Q J 2 Z .Dlll?v f un! f' A64 T259 ' . Cd V65 OF W: we e 4 X X mm 3' Aufvgraphs N cf? 1 Iwi . ' ' N H 'ff' ' 5 1 ,f j I 1' I Ml xxx NY . Yum'-X IAIV ,f . u Ml ,. Q I Pxog WMA-si , ' 1 1 I A W Q-xx-42 -3 2 L 1, I . if Z KJ M-. f"'aYntiv-ll? s "" F H X " - gf? I W? ' 5,. s w A b X I , , 5 Ga W Aufagraphs Wildcat J-lil! is gmporvi H CITY OF NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 4 - A E'-' ' "q t "Yer-V "Pledged to Progress" We take tremendous pride in the Teen-agers at 246 Senior High because of their intelligence, their leader- ship, their character and their integrity. As your elected officials we salute the youth of North Little Rock. U'-.9-I u1..,.., Wm. F. 1Caseyl Laman Mayor PERCY MACHIN REED THOMPSON MILTON MCLEES MRS. R.M.S. BUTNER City Clerk City Attorney Municipal Judge City Treasurer ALDERMEN W. B. HUDSON CHARLES A. BAHIL PAUL O. DUKE DR. W. E. PHIPPS, JR. DON GARRISON B. D. HENRY ROY B. DRAPER ROBERT J. KIRSPEL 9 '-""x . f4"""s . . . 1X , 12 NEIGHBOR! .' 11- -sl 13 N ., ' :'-'.- 9-. - 3'1" The neighborhood pharmacy has always been a focal point in the community. It's a grand old American institution. Here, friends meet informally. They talk about the weather, how things are going in the sports world, discuss politics, grumble a bit about taxes. When we fill a prescription for you, it is not just a business transaction. It's an opportunity to be of helpful service to a neighbor and his family. LEON H0lSTED DRUG Broadway at Lynch "Prescriptions Our Specialty" 247 248 L S V FDR CAREFUL mHnv's - ' AND COMPLETE SERVICE... "7 "Don't Let , , liargyicgygd Troy CO11i6I' .- .ff 1 E-lf f J yn! Away" ' 3 . I 11479 jf ., A , 1,6 TRoY's BARBER SERVICE gn " 'I Pike Plaza Shopping Center Europ S lpt Sty! Specialty Egfrcins Ud1fbIH p SPLAWN OUTBOARD fi ELLIS U -5 exif, '- jbxiii "The Crovxming Touch" f 22, ti "af ff y M lim fl Fine Jewelry -sv L ' f F ' 1 1601 Main Street L1 y? - 'S V HILL DRUG STORE "Your Health is Our Business" 3300 Pike Avenue No. Little Rock, Ark 3132 Pike Ave. N.L.R. SK 3-2476 Free Delivery Service-Prornptness-Courtesy For the People that go everywhere f A A P WONDER STATE in A SHOE SERVICE 'Z C .xxx COPELAND'S ESSO J ack Robertson Larry Robertson 1801 Main St. FR 5-5473 For Your SCHOOL BOOKS and SUPPLIES . . . . . . . . . . . . "Today" OFFICE FURNITURE and SUPPLIES , . , , , , . , , . "Tomorrow", I 1 -11 HJ : I -I H! I! IF 111' '1- l FRankIin 5-8537 Residence: SKyIine 3-0223 Think of 522 w. 22nd sr. dlfldidf M44 21' NNN NORTH UTT'-E ROCK NoRTH LITTLE Rocfc, ARKANSAS .WITH THE OUICKEST TRANSPORTATION OQNAJ IN THE STATE J 2 -D Od MOVING 7 I MARV 3 III I STORAGE -, I GD I 1805 East 5th North Little Rock FIRST AMERIC NATIO AL B We have 10006 interest in You. 250 i y!,,sil?Xl X For the Finest Steak XLT! in Town Go to - ron A fs ,S ROY F1SHER'S J 5 STEAK HOUSE f K I 1 , 1 X ' , ' S I x' J c 'V X ' ff HOME: X ZAAFQ ' A5 if Lai' 1919 East Broadway, N.L R Introducing Quality Jewelry at 200004 26056 L T S. J. THORNE JEWELER HCONTRACTORH I 4520 Lynch Drive, N.L.R. for the GX "C t 1 t' S ' " "Perfect Picture of a Home" Ongra u a long PARKHILL PHARMACY " "TT REE! sK.3-ms QQ. . , ., N , ,f if-,wwf j"" ' . , . E J: Q ,anffli i!:et-Phfwvf,-3i"f'f"'vEf 'iffiffff' W3g'f""f 'Qi' "1Q'E421 f-f:,1f-E5 L ' - T T , f -1-w' f I ' 'P . , .-'f -'-hcl' ff 2-fv::'-iff--vi' I r , , . qi- : ' E 'hfmT---f'-1-- f " f 1Lfws -A iff-fffw mfs- f-H - 1, ' . -- . ...Ayn-V V V ', Y, ...'- "YA ' ' ' ' A d . , 4501 JOHN F. KENNEDY BOULEVARD 0 NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 72116 . Need a Shave? Congratulations DENVER'S BARBER Class of 1968 SHOP , x - 1 CROSSROAD Q 4 'Q eeee MARTINIZING , ' f V - X J "Speed Service For Speedy People !" al Y SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Eighth at Scott FR 4-9284 J-A -5' f 'E2T"77"T'T"T"'i mit? -If i1tgITl:il1ulL1 gp! m a..a r L MI Tl! 1400 East Broadway - N.L.R. ". . . meeting the needs of the NOW GENERATION" FR 5'9101 Dale Cowling Jim Maloch Pastor Youth Director 251 Everyone is Going to Pike Lanes for Fun. Pike lanes Bowling for all I Ages Pike Plaza Shopping Center For the Best Service ln Town Go to RUBEN'S ESSO 3320 J.F.K. f Congratulations M - , . A Seniors! 415-- R. A. HOLT GROCERY ' . T UP 1 NB K X. 0 -, xx f it lap on l l I - YU 'IU 'J 'K 1 BUSINESS MACHINES PHONE SK 3-2159 4200V1 CONWAY HWY. NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 72118 HERB'S DAIRY FREEZE 4720 East Broadway - N.L.R. K X , sfo For Real Italian Q Foods CoLLUCc1's 'j Italian Kitchen I .S 4719 East Broadway - N.L.R. A X STANLEY HARDWARE Y Q -r X' K- 1012 W 34th N.L.R. SAVE MONEY AT BIG ROCK STONE 8g MATERIAL CO. Foot of Ashley Street "For all your building needs" Phone FR 40381 252 You Pay for a Business Education Whether You Get lt or Not lComparative Life Earnings: - - Institute of l.ife lnsuruncel It is estimated that the untrained man goes to work at 14 and reaches his maximum at 40, with a life earning of S178,000. It is thought that more than 50 per cent of the untrained workers are dependent upon others after the age of 60. The high school graduate rises steadily to his own maximum at 50, with a life earning of S243,000. The business school graduate, since his income depends upon his' mental ability and training, is con- stantly improved by practiceg his income increases rather than diminishes. The graduate in business admin- istration reaches his maximum at 60, and has a life earning of S347,000. These estimates and figures are conservative, but the equivalent between each bracket would be in pro- portion to the dollar value in difference mentioned above. ACCREDITATION OF SCHOOLS The accreditation of at school is universally accepted as a guarantee of educational respectability. lt means that some recognized agency has investigated the institution and found that it has at least the minimum physical facilities, financial stability, and faculty personnel necessary to offer in a satisfac- totiy manner the educational program or programs it claims to of er. MEASURE YOUR ABILITY LIFE INCOMES At Educational Group 1. What does unemployment mean to you? 2. Does your present effort represent the best that you can do Levels for yourself? 3. Would an extra skill, or additional knowledge, give you a better chance to get ahead? 4. Are you contented to keep on, year after year, doing the work you are now qualified to do? 5. Have you any assurance of advancing to a larger income and greater opportunities without additional specialized train- ing? 6. Will you ever have a better chance to prepare for a business career .than you have right now? 7. Don't you believe proper training will give you confidence and enlarge you to an outstanding job when competition is greatest? 8. Don't you think what you do in the months immediately ahead will largely determine the kind of life you are going to lead during the next 40 years? 9. Don't you think an office position provides a steady income, pleasant surroundings, paid vacations, regular hours, and un- equalled opportunities for advancement? 10. Don't you think business training at Draughon School of -The U,,m1,,ed The High Sch.-,ol Thelgusmsss Business would increase your ability to select your position Graduate Ad'3fgf52Qgl0n instead of taking a job? dgittnc ,-0 g, '9 v 'Z -. Q 'QL 5 x S ,, --., SCHOOL of BUSINESS 5-n g 1' vs sci-toot. of Mono at f Qs '0flNsss Sox BOX I I ZI6 West Sixth St. LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS 253 YUMQPQ woRTH EN always welcome orthen Stud Serv1ce Pupp1es SK 3-5430 :.. ::. WEWQ Wm 5, -if 1,29 'Q v K 3 , Q See For Yourself "Why Broiling Makes The Difference' in the finest hamburger money can buy Made of 100W pure beef with juices broiled in 1 5c MORE BURGER BROIL SPECIALTIES ...2D ...15 ...40 ...1O 10 Hot Chocolate ..... 10 ............ 15 2127 Main KX BRIN HE WHOLE FAMILY PM nf-Q 5:43-as W 9 'X9f?S fa! , Big? liifylf-X AVP U s RUSSELL Chevrolet Co. 1' Suzie Branch and Kathy O'Ke11ey Admire the '68 Chevrolet 300 West Brgadway NOI'th Little Rock 100 ,East ECoNoMY DRUG Washington 0 . "All That The Name Imp11es" 1310 Pike T Avenue Pike Plaza Shopping Center 0 2627 Pike Pi TREATS Avenue BARBER SHOP O Good Luck QQ- X4 From A11 The Many 9th Sz Pike Ave. N.L.R. Friendly I People When you really need service call- " , ' SCOTT Erin'-'il PLUMBING STORE There is One Near You 4001 Highway 365 255 . X -2 A N ,- ' f? T, J 1?af351?"5"gZ NY? 10? X z E f F 3 Ay X3 ,J g FW w , if A Says . s ' ' THANK YOU Class of '68 FOR A GREAT YEAR. CONGRATULAHHONS ALL YOU WULDCATS AND THE VERY BEST OF LUCK WE SHALL NEVER FORGET YOU. COME BACK AND SEE US HLURCHH Q HELEN bf The Finest Pastries . fg come from M 4' , 1 1 .N A '4- N lla' x N .- -' - If I Q ll-- V OEHLER'S ' 4. 7 ll-1- BAKERQES - --1, CWTW Iiakmo' C 3 0 'Ill 8 A ef ix gtg For Speedy Service W, E, ld?-Vi" Lie, PARK HILL LION 81 N F 11 .bei , Q- 3401 J.F.k.B1vd., N.L.R. 1809 Topf Road h Masonry Contractor , Q . 4. I lowers Soy If Best f LEVY FLORIST , Jimmie Clark Henry Clark C' ff' 4008 Conway Hwy. - SK 3-6688 SK 3-6259 W1 5-4277 CONTRACT! NG D, 000 L10 . M RK H O T S P R I N G S l Z gglgjfsggl-L l The Finest Shoes For The Whole Family . INSUSTRIAL Congratulations Seniors! Dirching Machine 8. SADLER'S CLEANER as LAUNDRY Wjfing Kelly Sadler, Owner YQ , '- 1808 Pike Ave. FR 5-4280 . XVUMBWG North Little Rock, Arkansas fy Q1 H- ,X-QC , In Time of Trouble Go to - 1 "ra-' -X . t mia! . 4 1 V! R sKyliII9 TEDFORD ' 0 F F DRUG sToRE , . H E LP! Plumbing 81 Heating Co. 915 East 9th, Little Rock E' I 257 'i 'S' ' vf i i -'V 1 'A Quick Se rvic e H Af M ia' awk 1 TRUCKS 3700 John F, Kennedy SK 3-9113 L . A . D E A N BE LWOOD ESSO "Quick Service" MACK TRUCKS y 4218 Conway Hwy. A N North Little Rock 'Su 1 PQ, Q , Q - of Arkansas, Inc. E n 1501 East Broadway I :SLP zwzq b'A': ,,. . .. Q ,W it W , iw.. North Little Rock, Arkansas STEVE RIGGS "Anything in Glass Phone FR 6-3861 H -.i-, S ff ' Broken Windshield ? "y NAL.-i-ik wk RIGGS GLASS Xt MIRROR 3410 Camp Robinson SK 3-7295 "If l'm not in, just ask for Harold. He's my Dad." 258 NLR Wildcat Booster Club "Back The Wildcats" And Congratulates The Seniors of 1968 The 1967-68 Officers: Paul O. Duke - President George H, Newcomb - Vice-President Dorothea Douglas - Treasurer Carolyn Fisher - Secretary Ano All Booster Club Members Wish You Happiness and Success in the Future "YEA WILDCATSH fi Q ,L-+-5 -rf? Lg K A mmm TWG N 1 -A-f f For Your Shopping Convenience! E No. Little Rock J F K Blvd f 275 runnin nsslcuzn mc. I gleplnone FR 2-2988 811 Main Street Qgille mul, 0 AQUATERRA BEAUTY SALON ' "Styles for any occasion" 5 f' V 105 East "4" SK 3-oss OF ARKANSAS JACK WILLIAMS MANAGER CARPET - r.xNoLEuM - TILE CAENET TOPS I 417 MAIN FR 23896 NO LITTLE ROCK ARK 259 CONGRATULATIONS -- TO THE CLASS OF 1968 George H. Newcomb ' For Quality Service George's Auto Service 911 Division N. L. R. 260 FR 5-4619 "A Wildcat Booster" To ' 1 X t X 1 5 t Att' ti Alive A A V: ll A , 1 A X . 1 if 1012 W. 34 s ri 3-2470 NLR Have Pictures Made At Pteiters Portrait Studio 9 I Lake H111 Center North Little Rock, Arkansas Be the first to arrive ., 511012 F112-9058 NORMAN ,S BARBER SHOP 1603 Main Street Union Barbers Congratulations Classes of '68, '69, '70 NORTH LITTLE ROCK SERViSOFT, ING. P, O. BOX 131 181 MILITARY ROAD NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 72115 Congratulations -3 Seniors! -'ffl .fra PAPPY'S MENS SHOES " f C ongr atulations Senior s I ARTHUR'S BEAUTY SYSTEMS Three locations 119 Main, N.L.R. FR 2-9444 213 Main, Jacksonville YU 2-8987 ' 301 South College, Stuttgart 922-7976 a CDU-'M N ' f-1-11 lil A- 5? - roman W 0UAurv CHEKD , -3' 9, I f Hvmumlzfv IW' In MILK MII Nl f I - -I .. ' MILK' ICE CREAM ' 261 Pizza 21 Y W 3- vAN-DEE f Q' Supreme KINDS FOODS I X . rm. Honky-Tonk Piano To I57"Qg 2829 Parkway I ag! ' . - f 1 .--, L 'ff R 3311113 95 North Little Rook Xi' if e QS mg - Beverages w . Lrurrs , JOIN THE FUN ,n w ,-., , MM-HV. ,Xruxrxmr ll-INITII COME-As-You-ARE PIZZA PARLOR , QXVE Ano QW S YE puwc H0055 we RENT rs-:Lavrsroms emma amen 2721 Poplar A FOR PIZZA TO GO-CALL FR 6-4256 O E F 52 112 3 103 Mm meer NORTH Lr'rrr..E ROCK. ARK. PHONE SK 8-0302 SK 3-8032 q-.A,A,..V- THE PROGRESSIVE I E W A S H H A LE c 0. REAL ESTATE 3525 JOHN F KENNEDY BLVD NO LITTLE ROCK IFR5 7 1722 PIKE AVENUE NORTH LITTLE ROCK ARK P rslns CLJSTOIVI PFIINTING CO. CCDIXIIIDAIXIY 3913 East Broadway North Little Rock, Ark. Area 501 - 945-4577 AT WORK BUILDING GREATER LITTLE ROCK x 5" X' .1 .X- affxfr 1 - f' - , ,. , In rr" ' - XPP , A Q fr -' - X 262 X. ,KM r Danco Construction Company PHONE FR 4-2241 IS FOR EXCELLENCE! Qrgenta rug . "Oldest Drug Store in Pulaski County 1880" Free-Delivery Prescriptions 324 Main, North Little Rock FR 4-4851 MARSH HARDWARE Adi 1 Ja,-rx?-bf'1 ft ewe ers . y 1- 1700 H b y " Main Street Xqxxtxnf Serving North Little Rock with the finest of Jewelery for 32 years 3422 John F. Kennedy Blvd. North Little Rock, Ark. Phone SK 3-1081 MILADY 3704 J.F .K , . - "' L N .,. , .-9, K, it . at ' SK 3-2391 . - T4 v -,1 2 x Luck Class of '68 TOMMY H. RUSSELL 217 Main HALL'S MENS STORE "The Style Setter" N.L.R. gif' tem! " ' H fl V 4 -X, x BEAUTY SALON 5 ,7 1 I v J 8 I 7 1 I I Flowers can work magic PARK HILL FLORIST 8a GIFT CENTER 3724 J.F.K. Blvd. 263 Deese Hardware 8. Sporting Goods WI 5-7178 al N.L.R. 6? A4 4132 E. Wash. C 77 1 'J 1 Z" ,""t3' 1 --, ' N Q x G 5 J p w..- .- -,3 ,4r...' ,,.,... ' D ' f" - To Fill Your Needs 264 2 PHlllIP'S Mens Store H, I, S, Headquarters 1 ,HM . RKAN nf for f 'X "Tired of the Same Old Hairdo?!" Slacks fy! M XXX X Sport Coats M1111 l SP01'tShiftS f A V 1 PAULINES BEAUTY SHOP S ' gl J ' ' , V u1ts ackets :I N , , , I ' A 1 501 Main N.L.R- "-2 -4 I Dirt Sand Gravel 608 Main, Little Rock .Q-simrfflffilflifilg Q7 H. E. MCCONNELL Sz SON TRUCKING CONTRACTOR Home Office Phones 5117 1X2 East Broadway Shop ' W1 5-4813 North Little Rock Offwe WI 5-3422 Q39 MT 5 CONTINENTAL Vx si? I WAREHOUSE fi 'Y I B nos couvm mu, nn IOPEN: Ion urn Am. Im rn. - aug gg-Zfjiigpv l V , Call Us For Your Q me 1525-lE" :m A 214 LOUISIANA STREET -I-EL rn 5 4477 F? vb EE" ir r I N, 7 I , CHAILBRQILER ,,,. ,,.:3,,.:.. ..,. 2:53 ,.., ...ig 1 - ,I , F fly F 45674 RESTAURANT ' .ij ' Iqul I, , K r Q -as- .-:-: ,:-:-:-:-:-:.:.:-:-:- -zz . V .',,-.- : -1-Riff: PT 's - J'-ff ART EASTHAM . MIKE BABE L? F t N d MR. ai MRS. BILL FISHER u ure ee S m Carpet - Appliances I-ff' ' A - "I TELEPHONE sn 3 van Color Televisions - Stereos And Boating Needs slgtw n-1 fifw' I I - "'II if ' I . Motorola - Zenith - Fri idaire rj iff-Av . .. , gt I8mQ M PL ! : -L 5 FNQQWH .THE ROCKVARK Larson Boats - Evinrude Motors ,- vIi' iA.buiELii'Ei1'E R.P'I-. SK 3-7351 Q"" sTIFFT's Fon DIAMONDS ' II-'f . ' ' ' gi -7 F I 'A .l 1 In Iv I .I 1 - f , 1'f' .innni I if I ' in ,. A , I ,ig J, ,-,. ,mi '. .. . 1' ,sr-,fu yr' :L 3-1 5 EI . -- ' H ' 'I. I. I I . 'EF -li -:,. I I A :, A., Lfffffif !. ll. , , .V QI I' .A . .I -'f R+-. iii if . t Y--'Biff' I' - ,fy .:" yi Arkansas' Most Honored Name In Jewelry. . . 511 MAIN, L.R. 265 "For the cleanest cleaning under the sun" .JV P L u M CTI 0 N N sw co N STFZE PM R S I REMooel.lN9 I X I CDl'l1G55UOI'l1CD :UI112J2rI1l-O 1 V gif, I Franklin 4-0129 1615 Augusta N.L.R. S Sz S AUTO PARTS CO. "Complete Outfitters for Your Car" frw-P1-sf,0-ffflf-1-ff fsfffw 309 Main St- S1. i - North Little Rock nnnn FR 5 9754 S 5210 Railroad Ave. 'f l 'CABOT Florists . N 9 Congvatulations "The Finest Cost No More" f X y , Seniors Congratulations I Seniors I 3022 East Broadway North Little Rock, Ar Windsor 5 -1461 IIHV 'lx THE TWIN CITY BANK f C ' lilllil JA uj1gl'l':"' ' 201 Main sr., N.L.R. PREPARE NOW FOR LHIGHER PAYJ 4. SECURE FUTUREJ Ac OR WE FINANCE YOUR TRAINING BETTER f s FREE PLACEMENT I 15 CENTRAL ARKANSAS AUTOMOTIVE I MASTER COURSE AND Air Conditioning-Refrigeration-Heating l ,:- . TRADE H ,, - ' 3 3,8 8 h , .L Q I AUTOMATIC '- , A REHOOLINC IZ AND STANDARD 171' T,4gil1,,HjlfIf'4,E"QQ ibm TRANSMISSIONS ltv j1Qfo,jf 3" ., 'P .-.-5 U - Ili' - ..rE:.,I VJ- , 114' ., I DAY aa EVENING CLASSES 634 I S S K if ' FR 6-3508 " X " --4 WELDING . FRONT-END ALIGNMENT AND MOTOR -UP h -A G-L APPROVED TUNE Elengricl-irc LICENSED at APPROVED BY ex,-Q32 Heliafc 1 f I STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION ff.,2"if2f5ff,1? MODERN EQUIPMENT .SIQIIIVJ QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS "N-15,3 giiggxgypaifgg 1' Body Repair and Painting CENTRAL ARKANSAS AUTOMOTIVE ANI11 TRADE SCHOO 266 710 Broadway - Little Roc Reading Trade to ASMF Code Certification LINC. Wim eritage Rblislzirng ompcmy HI I ' 5 L 1 1 1 POST OFFICE BOX 4068 NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 72116 WI 5-7112 . NEWSPAPERS . CIRCULARS . MAGAZINES . HOUSE ORGANS . JOB PRINTING . ADVERTISING SALES "H--X XI MOODY'S TIRE SERVICE I Distributes for Dayton and Seibeeling Tires HARPER ' r' Sheet Metal xvorks 4507 E. Broadway WI Q-4148 Air Conditioning gl Heating QT SK 3-1656 PIKER'S kfiuiii kj? 3924 Nona St. James D' Harper N-L-R-I Ark- 2623 N. Main NLR OSCARS TACO BAR Mans M M I ARKANSAS THERMO KING Cokes -Q SALES INC. ' HOtDOgS P Q X E! D 'tLtThS Gt U 3 S OH G 9 UH G . V- - S - A J The Best Of You. jim 4 I Q 7 3131 E, 4th North Little Rock ' 1 n " A Nl' EADS N'FASHION sf 7 . f.IA. Y gf G - . ggrifiax " "get 5511105 I 5.5! f- i ',:,nuu.. 0 , I 1- -A fe 2 University Plaza Shopping Center 4514 Lynch DT' North Little Rock 268 V. 'X fl 'ftiilf 'rv 2205348 f if' FR 2 2249 I. FLORISTS H 5 X. 'A S . I f' I The Pabuc Centre J 6 I A X FINEST DRESS AND DRAEERY FABRICS f3022 E. Bdwy. N.L.R. J 5,0 X L --gIlgijI'E5gR':'I'g-QDNSULTANT seavucs W. M. BRIGGS H CAPITAL FENCE COMPANY Ome Phone L0 2-0181 6115 Baseline Road Office Phone LO 2-0165 211-213-215 W. CAPITOL LITTLE ROCK, ARK. F VOGUE, MCCALL 0 SIMPLICITY Dnzss PATTERNS THE S I M P S Q N COMPANY I IITIII JOHN F KENNEDY HLYIT NURTII LITTLE ROCK, ARK SAS Phone SK II, -- Kato -1 T Winston Simpson Res. SK 3-3028 LE TWIN CITY MATTRESS Co Manu acturcrs of Better Beddmff 2300 RAILROAD AVENUE NORTH LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS O K. SHERRILL rx' -I. '- V l..' " 55,1 4 s," AZ, .' E' owr-:en PHONE FR 2-7164. . 1 bo-nur suor 4212 CONWAY IIWAY NIR SKyline 3-8261 FR 5-4676 214 West 22nd The Insurance That Adds Up to SAVINGS. S. W. "Bud" Bowker Insurance "Fire 'Auto 'Casualty 'Life 'f Workrnan's Comp. FR 6-1155 269 CDDOQDCQD QXDOQ 20 VEST mom WORKS 9 Igloo ALLEN O DNiJz 12130 - 7 Sun Z1'l.z.Qul. FR 2-9947 !',n,B'B' 'Ai' : gy., .,, 1... LINDSEY'S BAR-B-Q ogev-N 'NVEs,-O? MINA BAXTER Air Conditioned Dining Room xi' A M 4' Insurance Counselor Bar-B-Q Our Speciality if .35 lldhomra ,-I " Executive Office 201 E- 14th St- FR 6-3339 North Little ROCIQ, Ark. 918 West Sixth St. Little Rock, Arkansas u erior rin om an P I0 ? P ? I-:TzLER's, INC. Specialized Spring, Front-End and Brake Service for Passenger Cars and Trucks EATHER INSTALLERS A- DUNCAN'S - ,g1S"'I Inca 219-21 West Washington FR 4-0288 I IT I PHARMACY North Little Rock, Arkansas ,.'- Q, 311 MAPLE N.I-R. I 27439. a 'S' 7 M fi f I 1' -T, i w' ' A f-if fr t iQ-h i fi, " CALL OF THE WI LD" E ? ' 'I I' df ' " FAMILY ADVENTURE - FUN - RELAXATION OZARK WILDLIFE CLUB AN EXCLUSIVE FAMILY HUNTING AA., FISHING RETREAT . . . IDEAL FOR VACATIONS . . . WEEK ENDS . . . ONE DAY VPIPS. The OZARKS WILDLIFE CLUB is located deep in 1I'1e hear! of ihe beautiful OZLYIQS ond provides Ihe best HUNTING, FISHING AND CAMPING IN AMERICA. DESIGNLD FOR SPORTSMEN , . . BY SPORTSMENI COMPLETE WITH FIRST CLASS AIR STRIP . , . ALIL' MANY OF THE CONVENIENCES OF HOME, IF NEEDED! Mail Ccupon For Free Color Bruzhuru and Additional Inlormufian fo: OZARKS WILDLIFE CLUB PO BOX 20 BASS, ARKANSAS Nam , Sire I Ciry S0a!e .Zipl Oc: p 1' 270 9 SWIMMING POOL 0 BAR-B-QUE PIYS U SANITARY FACILITIES APPROVED WATER SUPPLY LANDING STRIP GENERAL STORE 0 PRIVAYE LAKES-SIOCKED 0 PICNIC GROUNDS 0 TRAILER-CAMPER PAIK 0 QI-IILDREN'S PLAYGROUND 9 MOTEL 5 UNDER CONSYIUCTIGN E- CLUB HOUSE You and your family will experience IheI thrill of hunting . . . WILD TURKEY, BOAR,I DEER, QUAIL, PHEASANT, DUCK, WOLF,I AND BOBCAT, FISH IN SPRING FED LAKES STOCKED WITH FIGHTING RAINBOW AND P' ' BROWN TROUT, LUNKER BASS, CATFISH AND FROGS. I 50 YEAR FULL FAMILY MEMBERSNIPS AVAILABLE IY APPLICATION ONLY! 0 NO USAGE FEESI I NO TROPHY FEES ND MINIMUM FEES! Oudhy Home Bmkhr P E. 'RIP' MUNNERLYN SK 3-4232 A Member of ARKANSAS HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION For Cars on the go PARK HILL MOBIL MOIJIIQGS Bill Bryant 4029 JFK Blvd. SK 3-8454 Congratulations Class of '68 RUBY HARBEY IIE I I Congratulations Seniors! e sr is DEPARTMENT STORE Pike Plaza Shopping Center Congratulations Seniors ,ff LYGN CELESTE CLEANERS DRUG COMPANY I Or b Phone FR 2-4448 919 West 18th North Little Rock, Arkansas C. E. Climer, Owner "TheOfQSnd1Y A , ' FISCHER HONEY co., INC. K I uv OFFICE: zoos MAIN STREET PLANTg 2005 POPLAR STREET 2 C P'k f J 4 14 Onway 1 e E A! NORTH LITTLE RocK ' f .I A' "Why Envy The ARKANSAS Bee Its Tireless Energy? Simply Eat Honey! , 272 "For The Fashion- b wise the yew- X W MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANY round" .... XL try v ' If 4 Pike Plaza Shopping Center X W North Little Rock '- - FR f-99f6 Q leaneya ja5AionA E O O S p 3420 John F. Kennedy K E ! .7N'.L.R. xglx X Q' lf. N. 'ON fi-'T swf' 1. ,!!"'X, Y ZX I fgjxvi UW ning av x A-N r-IJNERAL 'HOME' . MALE ff.-AGC , , 1' -gtiea 5 I '53, X Nllqv : : asain? g O. .o' 500 Main Street , , 21" A North Little Rock f ' ' x UHEAP VVAIVIPUIVI' MECHANICS .. Goo Main street NLR NX I It can the F gtitcunicsg C IANA LUMBER Pl' NUMBER FR 2-3456 ALLIED GLASS 0 ' wuts .ilrmrlrm gl ALUMINUM CO. INC. Bill Gray "Mert" Storey Manager Contract Manager Pike Plaza Shopping Center No. Little Rock, Ark. P. O. B OX 3561 720 W. Sth St. FR 1-221 1 LAKEHILL CHURCH if ! Assemblies of God we 1 s F 3 f Mccain Blvd at Locust sr. , Agxpfs U . in U , 1 1 , 1.5 Q'-rdfib .',-Q 113514 "Best Wishes to the Class of 68" TIIIH I0 NMI llll NBII" V. .- 'f" ri.. . . t. A - Built to Inspire Worship Southern Homefurmshers Since 1880 A - Equipped to Train 319 Main Street Franklin 4-9217 North Little Rock - Prepared to Serve Xf5""' PW life - -Z Q 2 'E 3 4 CT..- 2 615415446 ds ffmq 'vw' . 5- Smmg Swppdcea - - 117 Main North Little Rock Phone FR 4-4285 o 1 1 C1 I f GRAHAM REALTY 312 Pershing Blvd. N. Little Rock, Ark., FR 5-4601 . Kenneth E. Graham Jerry C. Nelson President Vice President Real Estate Sales Residential, Commercial, Investment Properties Q Distributors V of Top Line X A D Of Th W li- 5 Heavy Construction my ay 9 ee ff. It' G S ' 'A I Materials s reat hopping t In FTMOAV CHRONISTER- SHOWN fi 100 W. B tht Rd. fi: .' 4 1 9 my WRIGHT .o,i.t1 f GROCERS 4----11 11f1'1111aa122f2'-' fl 5 North Little Roch, Arkansas 624 W. wth 'L -- A i 1 I I I ' FR 2-3243 273 BRANCH REALTY C0 1 I SK 3-1661 4712 J.F.K. Blvd. North Little Rock, Arkansas SPUDNUT SHOP "Put a Tiger in X your tank" SK 3-0004 ,. '14 4710 J.F.K. N.L.R. ',. D K p . MCALLISTER E550 ffq Mr' Spudnut i ' X 5430 coNwAv HIGI-wvAv N I. R "Freshest Thing in Town" Special prices to organization, etc. PHONE FR 2 5 73 fp., X j a f' TWIN CITY MoToRs. INC "BARGAIN CENTER" Open 6 PDM. 7 days a Week B15 E BROADWAY NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK XS-Xfxfg 7 X X We've been around FASHION CORNER xx , Q U for a long time rpg I . 0 24 px r Samples and Factory Close Outs fer' .'LII2p I 'QA 18th KL Pike 1 EV I I VXX xf tx ff Western A uto "To look yomf best at any occasion" 1 4 -, x I f -xwiffx X ff A HENNEBERGER'S A X f , D 105 E- Pefshmg Cleaners 8: Laundry I ,f m K Y fx Arkansas N-L-R-I 1522 Main st. N.I,,II, 274 " Eff, ,V,. 3 ,'f2.1':I 1.,1.. You'11 Feel Like A -- F I - ,.V.,1V.':1 I HIQZ,-ij: ...'- ' King When You go to DI DE mv STEEL UO., Um. eee e1 400 OLIvE P, O. Box 5637 PHONE FR 4-4865 f 1,' fi5?E1., NORTH LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS 72119 ,V A11, E? V11, 1 ,.q.A I 11Q IQQS5' DUB ' -- - .5235 SATTERFIELD I i THE FABRIC SHOP BARBER SHOP 601 East Washington Lakehill Shopping Center r 'Q ! ff if I E nnen , A PIKE PLAZA CAFETERIA ' "Gourmet Dining" Stay on TOP film with X ' . FR -64 2700 PM Ave 6 18 UNITED FINANCIAL L .1 f I SERVICES, INC. ,, ' 9 HURWUUU FLORIST 8 CANDLE SHUPPE Insurance- Real Estate FLOWERS and CANDLES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Auto Financin S CHARM5JIETZ"EANDLE5 4507 J.F.K. Blvd.--SK 8-0272 .4 P Av Q .--yxxk ', ' T " .' .f H I A A IHZ Division Si. NORTH LlTI'I.E ROCK, ARK. FR 4-7696 TWIN CITY Glass and Upholstry 506 MAIN FR 2-4169 ,' Q -5.-I9 gn ,545 A :ff ..-A-A: .Q I ' Kxx A 'ra X an J , 'Y Auto Glass Installed S A Nj, " 4' Custom Seat Covers 'f"'iXx :?,4tA-,ff I . as Furniture Upholstering KQBQ4-Img ""'i""fuf""9' - J-S "' Mirrors ' 'E K IX Q,g,,,, .,, FREE ESTIMATES Pick-up and Delivery Service 276 OPTIMIST CLUB OF NORTH LITTLE ROCK ugxbncf me Boy U Aubrey Tapley, President J. C. Clay, Vice-President 1967-68 George Newcomb, Sec'y-Treas. Vince DeSa1vo, Vice-President U t-Iwaist mveeb Promise Yourself - To ine so strong tilat nothing can ziisturi: your peace of mimi. To taiiz i1eaitix, ixappiness anci prosperity to every person you meet. To maize aii your friencis feel that ti-Aere is sometiling in tiiem. To iooiiz at time sunny simie of cverytizing anti maize your optimism come true. To timiniz only of time imest, to woriz only for time imest and expect only timze ixest. To ire just as entiiusiastic aiaout tize success of otixers as you are aiaout your own. To forget tire mistaizes of time past and press on to time greater aciuievements of time future. To wear a ciieerfui countenance at aii times anti give every living creature you meet a smile. To give so mucim time to time improvement of yourself tilat you have no time to criticize otiiers. To iie too large for worry, too noivie for anger, too stxong for fear, ami too happy to permit tiie presence of trouiaie. fjplimist inlcruntioxmi .l7l7l7L.n CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1968 THE CARTWRIGHTS INVITE YOU TO P1 I STEAK I Q' House T342 "WORLD'S FASTEST-GROWING STEAK HUUSE CHAIN" XPNVVVM, 2' D VI! If A L S 2 IZ 5 , Dinner 109 East Pershing 4 Cgmfilefe 29 4 North Little Rock , 4 52120131 Sandwich v S 1 FR 5-0541 V 4 STEAK V f DINNER Chopped S1r1oin V STEAK V' C Y Z V' X5- Platter i 1 f. ,V .X 44 IXIJX E 44A5, F AA' Your Nei hborhood Steak House With The Nationwide Low Prices. S No Tipping I Come As You Are! Open 7 days a week - 11:00 A.M, to 9300 P,M, , . I I Go on down to the Congratulations Seniors , NORTH LITTLE ROCK TAYLOR the TAILOR BOY'S 3201 JFK Blvd. ' CLUB f I 1 Ti . , I Sf X T ' "To look yomf best at any occasion" U 6 X ' HENNEBERGER S ,' ' EX x N""'J. ,fkxxxms ' A R X S 'S Cleaners SI Laundr . X f Y N p 13th zzz Main xom E EQEE I 'iw 1522 Main Sr. N.L.I1. ALT? T H ' P1 b' Problem? T avmg ummg BENNETT'S BODY SHOP -1- TRY PM -5' 3117 East u'asIIIImon f, . E T I I IF YOUR CAR North Little ROCK I . 4 , 5 at CASEY at GRIFFIN EVER GETS M 5-2136 ' I OUT OF SORTS " PLUMBING COMPANY A E SYLVAN HILLS HH 'E-T' . ' . Ir H4751 , PHARMACY , ' '1 f . , :ard at Pike N.L.R. I 5, I - 7124 Sylvan Hills Hwy. - TE 5-2626 277 Growing Wi Arkansas Th Since 1909. ARKANSAS FOUNDRY COMPANY STEEL - ALUMINUM - BUILDING MATERIALS .fai- THE REALLY WILD WTLDCATS WITH A FLAIR HAVE THEIR CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED AT . 'if - use-'ff' .'. If ' 'f CLEANERS 3413 John r. Kennedy sive. Af R 'f"'.fI NOVA'S BEAUTY SALON Neil Elliott owner Levy Shopping Center 3306 1X2 Pike 278 SK 3-3436 SK 3-1603 I ' , Sportsmen S Repour Center Q STENGER AUTO "Guaranteed Repair Servic'e,' .fg , . ,,,,,,-,., .,,. ,.,,,-,,,.,,, H f St. Sa g OPEN 5 DAYS A WEEK g QI4 me 0 Niger m I ' XX 701 Broadway woo AM to me PM -. mo PM to woo PM b f, .9 No. Little Rock FR 2-1851 Mounmr mszouon :mom vp it x -: EA I ,,- I' 620 wesr 15th Sporting Goods Repaired 1,3 M E . r NO. Little Rock FR 2-4174 .gg E X. 5600 west 12th - .fn J- x Little Rock Mo 4-3891 ' 1 ' J Q. -4 av , XI, 1 Nr , Locmed 3, X T"' 108 West Roosevelt Leon LYERLY. Owner-L5 I A' ' 909 wssr 'IBTH sv Mme Rock FR 6'2997 Ph FR -so-114 , P' 6 ' N. urns nocx ARK SAYS WHOLESALE - ,, - PRICES TO EVERYONE First Assembly of God Church T Tmtmcess Q V A Different Kind T ' of Weekly Q Q THE O ' 0 2 x N L R 691. f-X u Q Q . v'+ '-"'f.X 1.15 Of T ' K TM 6442? NTXXX "In The Heart he jig 1 f- N N City, With The City .I A5 QL A' 'Las Newspaper At Heartj I 'I H? I Y if I 6 EV: for 1 '-ls tiff fer! f "" -TP Qt TJ' TT 'T Us ye 'uffplf gggg "El u-LH Q A KX I ,' North Puiaski Rev David Hastie T' """""15'- if 'V lx as 1 V5 -111 --1 '-4 "v N. ' f' ' --321 "". COunty -Pastor- ---B - -.K -L---+ve so ' X FR 4-7514 PIKE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 76 f X. was ox az., warren pgumger Go. ,, " Styles to make 417 CYPRESS STREET Xlj No. LIT E ROCK ARK any gilnl of ,x ,E V fashion." Jrs Sz Misses I ROY L BARKER PRODUCE "The People Who Buy in Quanity and Quality" I "I I' XZ, ,fif T ' Sl-,Z-1' ATE 1' 0999 R -Y. fl 'QL-.X .ri QQ 3 ix! NT 41. IVEG E7-4515.5 1 .. "v, Nu ,N. , A ,., . I X I -2 - TS ,-' ' 4' .T T ' Q f T x T x KT Q39 .mipfj - f I T If ' Y " X ' ' lf QX I 1 fy y b I - T lf- W All '-""" 1 3 X XT . A yi: O I I' I Xi - H 7 ,EN L 5 x N 5 xui I' , x I T1 KT : I T 5 - T Je E Ilia' l I -T'--,1I, f .2 N T ' 'T is '7 T' N - ' ' ' N - - X 5 xx , LN x ' 7 XX xx K TX N I North Little Rock S X 279 280 Bring "it" on down E , ' .: N V MAX S AUTO ' 'T "K ' S TRANSMISSION SERV. 1315 Popular St. North Little Rock Let's A11 Shout for the fabrics At 'I NM PIKE PLAZA V, W RAZORBACK SHUDTIIIIG SUPPLIES FABRIC CENTER ' , f 117 min lj North Little Rock, Arkansas 72114 lj FR 44285 AR XI A 1 ' ' 1 I Pike Plaza Shopping Center 1 HPHbS COMPLETE E OUIPMENT FOR HOTELS. RESTAURANTS, SCHO OLS, HOSPITALS, AND INSTITUTIONS FRankIin 2-6133 u -II3--IIS WEST CAPITOL AVENUE 0 IT 10 . " -ii For the Finest Qualit y and Service BEN RED -g ig 205 Main Street, Little Rock ,af " swmo ,WW , , 1. " . .' "'.":, . f I-Ill I. I 11" S X51 .. f' ! .--' I , K MM IX 'il QF .df A N KAY! ' Ti Q I 1 V ', N HRX 1 ' ' 1 xx Tcl , TI it 1 It 1-91 'T 1 if 4 'I G' I x zz, CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of '68 Clyde liItIe's U-Haul Rentals l""'X .Z lion Service Am, LION I I u,HAUl- U'HAU 7 I' y 1 MX 1 KN. 4608 E. Broadway Bibles - Books - V-M Phonographs - Tape Recorders lafiaf MLA anal 6004 .Maude 712 Main Little Rock, Ark. 72201 FR4-2329 lj' I Something to yell about. E j Bumou mscoum N ,ie A 9 cfnmz K s M . f4QQ ogmij , F 'tu SIA u f, ff iw U Q urm re PP ances xr 1 if I 400 E. Washington X , , . M ax Just Rught For Dunklng NO'L1meROCk'Ar ' me PAY CASH AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE f 4:2421 Sales-Service-Parts MAT Congratulations L iw 'I Seniors PULASKI EQUIPME NT COMPANY 1224 East Washington North Little Rock, AI'kHI1SaS Phone FR4-9274 y M i A PAT and FLo sALMoN 281 Don't Let Your Car Get Worn Out Drive on Down to IITTLE' GARAGE 'T ,f "The Best in Quality Service" 1317 Poplar, N.L.R. FR 6-1519 and loan association A - . 4 1!4fZ, Dividend Rate . Dividends Paid Quarterly . Insured savings up to 315,000 By FLSIC . Save By The 10th Earn From the First 1333 Main NLR Ma n Office FR 2-6191 117 East D NLR - 109 W. Main - Parkhill Office SK 3 1162 Jacksonville Office 982 2154 282 THE DEPENDABLE HEALTH CARE PLANS... SAS BLUE CROSS 8: BLU TH AND GAINES o LITTLE ROCK, ARKA xx x G x 5 s FOR PROTECTION OI' ANY KIND Chip GM Q5 , KETCHER Co. Inc. Roofing Ka Sheet M t 1 C t t 1 And 506 Locust, N.L.R. FR 4 2678 FR 4 9619 f IIPUQQOQ , lb-3 Y X N f Someone is sure to ask: "Where did you get it?" You can proudly say . . . ClllllElESlEBlU'RC ERS as you like 'em! cheddar goodness nippy 'n' tangy 10095 pure beef ground fresh daily served piping hot on toasted bun m'rn'n1'm good! TRY 'EM - YOU'LL LIKE 'EM! McDonalds 0 ag JEWELERS 619 MAIN STREET LITTLE ROCK -7 l "Need A Job, In A Hurry?" TWIN CITY' EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 404 Main St. North Little Rock I H Klmllllilll ll E 4 We Dress the North Little Rock Wildcats Spauldmgs 513 Center Little Rock 285 286 D C P E 4 rn P Z W O O X va '11 0 3 E Q I In 0 I O O I' 9' fi O I" l"' m 0 rn vu P Z U C Z 4 m X 2 2 m um ' +maf:"+:4w -jf.-:'g-igfijdl, 'xzihliutvm F? L 'S rm S . X., we mmlw "U s: cr' m UI Ef :S LQ O o 3 'U W :S 'S I-I :1 9 ww 99 WW OO XX N N8 Nw 2: ,Q ,,. fi to D.. 0: 31' OS S: 'S 2-2. nfziyl ' ' Vg" P.O. Box 6091 Wiesbaden, W. Germany 'fsg :gf -.'.,,:, my 312 ' .0 ' I 5-im S730-1 ,'.'i'.-ss. wuswonm M-an-,un,u,sA ' I Kathy O'Ke11ey and Suzie Branch Admire the New Ford Torino. YOU'RE AHEAD IN A FORD ALL THE WAY 410 Broadway FR 4-4331 Moore Ford "Quality and Service" 7 i, ARKANSAS SPORTS CENTER Trade up to Triumph, I CHOICE of Champions ' . ." I I " 'S' A -is fri- s -' Q1 , p it " ' " ' A 1' X XJ . ,, ,,f-Q, I W IT' -5 145. v 1 Sf I I a. df fx A X1 M rm. -1 , - 1 ix -. . ,, A "N Q fl fgw A 'rj I ,ff K ' - , W R -ig' -f ' K ... Emmy' I 0 Downtown, 5th and Main 0 Suburban, Park Plaza 0 North Little Rock, Vall-Hi 0 Tommy's-on-the-Mall ' PARTS TO FIT IN ANY EMERGENCY" if " N '- S - f ' Ag" PIKE AUTO I 5 , . II I p PARTS W 2928 PIKE AVENUE N. L-.R Central Arkansas' only r 1.-'L V Triumph Dealer Complete Service 4800 Conway Highway North Little Rock 4500 E- Broadway WI 5-9991 287 GOOD LUCK FROM H5132 H12 Unlg Unix fhaf rate 3332322 fha 6312155 02663 THE SENIOR CHRISTMAS DANCE Reginald Abernath Jimmy Achard John Adamatz John Adams Mike Aldridge Janis Allen Mark Allen Reva Anderson Tommy Baker Donn Barker. George Baugher Larry Beeson Steve Beight Barbee Berger Charles Blanchard Betsy Blodgett Marilyn Book Glenette Bowman Susie Branch Ray Branton Billy Bridges Jackie Burnett Nathan Calhoun Terri Campbell Joyce Carter Toni Carter Debbie Cleary Gary Clinton Beverly Cook Debbie Cook Henry Corpier Janet Cowan Donnie Cross Lana Cruse Margaret Daniels Steve Dew Jay Douglas Steve Elkins Susan Eschenbrenner Debbie Farris Bruce Firestone Phil Fisher Mary Jo Fisk Doak Foster Jack Frost Ted Furcron Gary Garrison James Giger Judy Ginocchio Robin Glover Kathy Goad Bob Goss Connie Goss Marcia Gough SWS Your Senior Hosts Joe Graziani Billy Green Madeline Hall Gary Hankins John Hardwick Amelia Harmon Bob Harris Kathy Harrison Sunny Hicks Phil Holden Terri Holden Larry Holland Rose Hughes Beverly Ingels Larry James Charles Johnson Mary Sue Jones Bill Kemp Dude King Kathy Kittle David Knight Kristin Krouse Janice Landsman Harry Langley Kathy Lashley Karen Lawrence Danny Linn Clyde Little Danny Livingston Jack Major Mike Malloy Patsy Marks Ricky Martin Gail Mason Stewart Mathews Ronnie Maxwell Sharon McDaniel Ed McLain Danny McNeely Janet Meredith Bobby Miller Mercedes Mitchell Pam Moore Dian Morgan Claudia Miller Christie Munnerlyn Bob Murphy Cynthia Nance Bobby Neighbors George Newcomb Cherie Newman Sharon Nicholas Mrs. Arden Odom Becky Page Dick Rauschenberger Allen Reed Pat Reeves Vicky Reid Bob Reifsteck Mike Riley Carl Robertson Larry Robertson Mike Roden Kathy Rose Lynda Ross Mark Rydel John Salmon Tena Shrum Carolyn Shuffield Stan Shults Mable Sheppard Mike Simmons Paula Smith Norman Snow Bill Sosebee Alan Souheaver Cathie Spain Linda Stringham Lynn Talley Vicky Taylor Debbie Templeton James Terry Phillip Tharp Ronnie Tharp Bob Thirion Donna Thompson Jimmy Turbyfill Debbie Venetta Doug Verhul Steve Vick Cathie Walker Glenda Walker Janet Walker Paulette Walker Cathy Warren Phillip Watson Mark Wattam Sherry West Larry Whitaker Pam Williams Sonja Williams Becky Womble Daniel J. Wright William Daniel Wright Lyn Yeilding Bobby Martin 289 ARKMO LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY for all your lumbering needs. K xl 1000 West 3rd Ji. ' I P. o. BOX 99, North Little Rock ' I .':'. WSENR? 'VY .'.' l l ll ST ORF I IIUIMIIIIl'lllllullml1lnIlHlm n llllilll ' " ' n ' , 4 A A ' lg gmlllullnlmlm5:lnullllrl'l'll 'I l'.' ' I . 1 I i 0 ' 1 ru L J, Good Luck SENIORS OF '68 UNC LE BOB'S FRIED CHICKEN U.S.A. Eat in and Carry Out Fried Chicken -- Fried Rabbit -- Fried Shr 1. 1714 S. University 1. 1805 Main St., imp Shop Where The "IN" Crowd Shops .... At MO 6-9749 FR 2-9398 2. Baseline Rd. 2. 4506 Lynch CONGRATULATIONS 'Q ' WI L S FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH 406 Louisiono Pork Plozo Center CARROLL OOLVIN '47' 290 Baxley, Mrs. Vertie ,.,. Beavers, Mrs. Garland . . . Bickford, Mrs. Elizabeth . . .711deif Index for ?aeulty and Administrators ...77 . ...50 ...73 Billingsley, Mrs. Faye .... . . . 31 Booker, Mrs. Thomas J. . . Bookout, Mrs. Paula .... Bounds, Mr. Bill ...... Bowden, Mr. Bob ..,... Brandon, Mr. J. Raymond . Browder, Mrs. Anne W. . . Brown, Miss Charolette . . Bryant, Mrs. C.B ....... Buddenberg, Mrs. JaRene . Bumgardner, Mrs. Joe . . . Bumett, Mr. Raymond . . . . ...31 ...37 ...65 91,87 .. ...70 . ...79 . ...86 .. ...36 .. ...85 . ...37 .. ...28 Callahan, Mr. Robert Vance . . . . . . 81 Cammack, Mrs. Louise W. . Carpenter, Mrs. Charles L. Carter, Miss Carol ...... Christie, Mr. S. Thomas . . Church, Mrs. Elizabeth . . Clark, Mr. James ..... Clark, Mr. Paul ...... Cook, Mrs. Lucille W. . . Cowan, Mrs. Vada .... Donahey, Mrs. Patricia . . Downing, Mr. Eulin C .... Elam, Mrs. Helen ..... Fisher, Mrs. Phyllis . . . Fleming, Mrs. Jean W. . . Frasier, Miss Helen .... Garvin, Mr. William E. . . Gill, Miss Jane ........ Grady, Mr. Dale ....... Greco, Miss Frankie Lynn . Green, Mrs. Clara D ..... Griffith, Miss Patsy .... A Abbott, Carolyn ........... Abbott, Glenn ............ Abemathy, Raymond ......... Abemathy, Reginald Lonzell . . . . Ables, Ronald . .......... . Achard, Jimmy ......... Ackerman, Nancy . . . . . . .. Adair, Andrea ....... Adametz, John ..... Adams, Del Ann ....... Adams, John Helms ...... Adams, Kay ............. Adams, Margaret Christene . . . Adams, Ran ..... y ..... Adams, Sharon . ...... . Adcock, Carolyn Ann .... Adcock, Connie ...... Adkins. Ellen ..... Adkins, Kay ....... Adkins, Michael .... Aldridge, Mike ..... Alexander, Mike .... Allain, Robert .... Allen, Janis . . . Allen, Kathy . . . Allen, Larry . . . Allen, Mark . . . Allen, Micki . . . Allen, Mike ..,. Allen, Sheila ..,. Allinder, Linda ...... Allred, Linda ........ Alverson, George ...... Anderson, Jimmy, ........ Anderson, Reva emell .... Andrews, Betty ........ Andrews, Dottie ...... Angel, Sheila ........ Antonsen, Tom . . . Arendt, Danny .... .. ...51 .. ...31 . ...27 ...33 85,06 91,87 37 ...76 ...82 ...32 ...74 ...47 ...3l ...39 ...44 .. ...82 .. ...36 ...29 ...57 163 . . 212 . . 230 163 M230 163,156 ..230 ..230 . . 163 . . 212 163,147 . . 163 . , 163 230,100 . . 163 ..163 . . 212 . . 212 163,144 . . 2.10 ..163 . . 212 . . 230 163,149 . . 230 212 . . 164 230,148 212 . . 230 164 164 212 ....164 ...164 ....164 ....164 ....164 ....212 ....164 Hawk, Mr. Henry . . . Heil, Mrs. Dona ..... Helms, Mrs. Sarah ..... Hendrick, Mrs. John R. . . Hendrickson, Mrs. Mary E Henry, Mr. Carol 0 ..... Hess, Mrs. Mary Emma . Hickey, Miss Phyllis . . . Hovee, Mrs. Linda ..... Huddleston, Mr. Dwayne . Huddleston, Mr. Jerry C. . Hunt, Mrs. Bernice B. . . Jenkins, Mrs. Lynda . . Johnson, Mr. Neal ..... Johnson, Mrs. Rebecca . . Johnston, Mr. Lonnie . . . Keller, Mr. Cecil .... Kirby, Mrs. Marjorie . . . Landers, Miss Merdith . . . Law, Miss Mary E ...... Lawless, Mrs. Nora Lee . Lewis, Miss Francis . . . . Malin, Mrs. Patsy ..... Manson, Mr. David H .... McFall, Mr. Charles W. . McCloskey, Mrs. Margaret Meltabarger, Mrs. Mary . Miller, Mr. George E. . . Miller, Mrs. W.W ...... Millsapps, Mrs. Madge . . Montgomery, Mrs. Helen . Moore, Mr. Carl J ...... Moore, Mr. Doug ...... Mosley, Mrs. Grace . . Nikpour, Mr. Iraj .... Oliver, Mr. Richard .... Orahood, Mrs. Dorothy . . ...91,B6 ....45 ..-43 Has ........77 ...9l,87 ...62 ..75 N39 ..29 ..58 ..43 ..33 ..83 ..53 ..83 ..24 ..80 ..30 ..63 ..53 ..85 ..54 ..62 ..49 ..32 -38 ..27 ..76 ..32 ..33 ..47 ..65 ..47 ..57 ..24 ..58 Student Jddeif Arman, Ricky . . . Amold, Bob ...... Amold, Johanna .... Ashberry, Sharon . Ashley, Amber . . . Athy, Cherecs . . , Athy, Karen ....., Atkins, Debby ....... Atterberrly, Randy .... Atwood, am ..... Ault, Debby ...... Autry, Ronald . . . Avance, Billy ..... Avance, Ivan ....... Avance, Mary Gail . . . A Dehb' . . vra, ie . . . . . Ayers, Buzzy ..... Ayers, Dwayne . . Baier, Barbara .... . Baier, Ronnie ...... . Bakalekos, Robert .... Baker, Jane ........ Baker, Pat . ....... . . Baker, Teddie Carolyn .... Baker, Tommy ........ Baldwin, Bruce . . . . . . Ball, Diane ..... Ball R nn' , 0 ie .... Ballentine, Rick .... Ballew, Juanita .... Bane, Sandy .... Banks, Billie .,.,.. Barbee, Abbie Marie . Bargar, Darlene .... Barker, Donn ..... Barlow, Mary . . . Bamett, Brad . . . ...230 230 164 230 ...212 ...164 ...230 ...230 ...230 ...Z50 ...212 ...230 ..,2l2 ...212 ...212 ...164 ...165 ...212 ...212 ...230 ...212 ...212 ...165 ...165 ...230 ...212 . .... 212 .......21Z ....213,143 .....213 ......213 ..........213 213,148,95,129 Parker, Col. James R. . . Perry, Mrs. Sue ..... . Pharr, Mrs. William L. . . Phillips, Miss Joy ..... Poindexter, Mr. Ray . . . Priddy, Mrs. J.B ..... Pringle, Mrs. R.L .... Ragland, Mrs. Hazel . . . Reaves, Mr. Roger O. . . Riley, Mrs. J.H ...... Robbins, Mr. Jon .... Robertson, Mr. A.J ..... Robinson, Mrs. Billie M. . Russell, Miss Katye Lou . . . Schmidt, Mrs. Mary Louise . . Scott, Mrs. Carol ....,. Shelton, Mr. William E. . . Simon, Mrs. Phyllis ..,. Simon, Mr. Raymond . . . Stephens, Mr. Kenneth . . Storm, Mr. Fred C .... Stroud, Mr. Charles .... Sutterfield. Mrs. Callie . . Suva, Mrs. Betty ....... Tarkington, Mrs. Lynn . . . Taylor, Mrs. James .,.... Thompson, Mr. E. Graham Thompson, Mrs. Searcy W. Vestal, Mr. J. Walter, Jr. . Walz, Miss Jean ....... Ward, Mr. Jack L .... Weeks, Mrs. Helen . . . White, Mrs. Billie Jo . . . White, Mr. Clarence S. . . White, Mr. Eldon ...... Womack, Mrs. Gladys . . . Wright, Mr. F. Bruce . . . Bamett, Jeanne ....... Bamett, Larry Wayne . . . Barrentine, Larry ..... Barrett, Bobby ...... Barrett, Gary ...... ..... Barron, Billy ............... Barron, Stephen ............. Bartholmey, Edmund Conrad 111 .... Bartl tt R be t I-I ........ ..... e , o r . Bates, Debbie .......,,..... Battles, Cordell ..... ..... Baugher, George . . . Bauman, Yvonne .... Baw, Danny ......... Beene, Helen ..,,.... Beeson, William Larry .... Behr, Bill ........... Beight, Sandy ........ Beight, Steven Shaw .... Bell, Vicki ........ Bennett, Richard .... Benson, Karen ,..,.. Bentley, Beverly . . . Berger, Barbee . . . Berger, Katie . . . Berry, Jim ....... Bevan, Christina . . . Biery, Rosemaiiy .... Biggs, Janette rancis . . BL:-igaman, Bob ...... B' , Rosemary . . . Bishop, Carol ..... Bishop, Jimmy .... Bivens, Paulette . . . Black, Patricia 1. . . . . Blacklock, Donita .... Blackwell, Dennis ..., Blackwell. Dorothy . . . Blackwell. Thomas ...... Blakey, Randy ......... Blann, Nancy ..........,. Blann, Rosemary ........... Blanchard, Charles Howard .... .....51 ...35,37 ...50 H65 H36 ..47 use ..4e H49 H39 Usa ..a1 H79 ..41 ..51 ..30 H27 H55 U55 ..90 M24 M25 M39 Asa was M01 H25 ..67 ..25 ..54 ..64 ..59 ..38 ..72 ..71 ..44 ..26 ...230 ...165 ...165 ...213 ...213 ...213 ...230 ...213 ...165 ...165 ...213 ...230 ...165 ...213 ...l65 .......213 .......213 213 .,.....213 165,154,149,144 ,......166 ...230 ...213,99 ...213 ...166 ...230 ...166 ...213 ...213 .,.230 , ..... 230 230 230 ..........213 166,155,147,l32 291 292 Blasingame, Mike . . . Blevins, Larry .... Blevins, Patricia . . . Blodgett, Betsy . . Blucker, Danny . . Boatman, Carla , . . Boaz, Bobby .... Bolich, Penny , . . Bolliger, Sharon , . . Bond, Nancy ..,,. Bonds, Marilyn R. . . Book, Marilyn ...., Bost, Merry Alice . . . Bostic, Sam ...,,. Bowen, Geor ia . , . Bowker, Debbie , . . Bowman, Cindy .,... Bowman, Glennette . . Bowman, Patricia Ann , . . Bowren, Linda ..... Boyce, Donna ...... Boydston, Gene ..... Boydston, Marsha . . . Boyston, Wayne . . . Boyles, Danny . . . Boyson, Pam ...., Bradford, Anthony . . . Bradshaw, Linda .,.. Brashers, Mike .... Branch, Bill ..... Branch, Susie .... Branson, James . . . Branton, R31 ..... Bratton, R ey .... Brewster, Linda ..,. Brewster, Sandra Kay . , . Bridges, Bill .,...,.. Bridges, Done ..,... Briggs, Billy Ray . . Brinkley, Janet ..,. Broglen, Elaine ..... Broglen, Ty ....... Brooks, Gerrie Lynn . Brooks, James ,.... Brown, Barbara . . . Brown, Betty .,.... Brown, Blenda Jean . . . Brown, Don L ...... Brown, Evelyn .... Brown, Herb . . . Brown, Linda .... Brovim, Pam ..,.. Brown, Pareicia . . . Brown, Pattie ..,.., Brown, Rebecca M. . . Brown, Sandra .... Brown, Vicki , . . . Browning, Robert . . Bruton, aura . . . Bryant, Jeff ...., Bryant, Reba ..... Bryant, Rita Gail . . . Buck, Cheryl Lynn . . . Budlong, Becky .,,. Budlong, Gary ...... Burkett, Steve ..... Burleson, Norma Jean Burlison, Kenny ..., Bumett, Carolyn . . , . Bumett, Dennis . . , Burnett, Jackie ..,. Burnett, Marilyn . . . Burns, Bill ..... Burns, Linda ...., Burns, Marylva . . . Burrow, Billy . . . Burrow, Gary . . . Burton, Belinda . . Butler, Mike .... Bynum, Vicki ,.... Byrd, Beverly Ann .... Byrd, Jim Tom ....... Byrd, Patricia Louise . , . Caldwell, Larry D, . . Caldwell, Terry . , . Calhoim, Nathan .... Cameron, Tommy . . , Camp, Gail ...... Camp, Melva De . . . Campbell, Carla . . . 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Carpenter, Dana . . . Carpenter, Glen H. . . Carpenter, Tommy . . Carroll, John ,.... Carroll, Rhonda . . . Carter, Connie .... Carter, Frances . . . Carter, Janna Lee . . . Carter, Joyce Linda . . . Carter, Sh1rl1e ..... Carter, Toni ,.... Carver, Randy , . . Case, Cheryl .... Casey, Celeste . . . Casto, John ..... Cater, Debbie . . . Cathey, David . , . Cathey, Diane . . . . . 214 . 168,156,154,144 214 231 ..168 ..168 N163 ..214 ..231 H233 ...214 ...1G9,154 ...,169 .,231 ..231 ..231 ..169 ..231 -169 ..169 ..231 ..169 ..214 ..231 ..231 ..169 ..231 H214 ..169 Cathey, Jimmy . . . Caton, Donna ..,,.. Cauldwell, Robert . . . Chamdplin, Janice . . Chan ler, Bill . . . Chandler, Hamid . . Chappell, Carol . . , Chastain, Emest L. . . Chastain, Janet Cheney, James . . Cheney, Keith . . . Childers, Ann . . . Chism, Becky .... Chrisman, Kent . . . Clark, Hershel . . . Clark, Kathy , . Clark, Laura . . Clark, Teresa . . . Clawser, Mindy . . . Clay, Jerry ..... Cleary, Debby .... Cleek, Charlotte . . . Clifton, Gena .... Clinton, Gary . , . Clil1ton, Randy . . . Clough, Susan . . . Cochran, Dave ..... Cochran, Ricky . . coffieid, Patrick Aiaii . . . Cohen, Gary ......., Collie, Don ....,., Collier, Sharon . . Collins, Kay .... Combs, Connie . . . Conway, Paul .... Cook, Beverly Ann . , Cook, Debbie . . , . . Cook, Donnie . . . . Cook, Sandy ..... Coomes, Douglas . . Cooper, Jerry . . . Coors, Nancy . . . Copeland, Ann . . . Corbin, Phyllis . . Cordell, Emily .... Comelius, Bette .... Corpier, Henry Louis . . Corzine, John ....... Cotton, Paula Denise . . Cotton, Tony ...,,... Coulter, Anthony John . . . Coulter, Shirle ..... Cowan, Janet S ..... Cox, Billy ...... Cox, Derrell . . . Cox, Edgar L .... Crabtree, David . . . Crabtree, John ..., Craddock, Barbara . . Craig, Ed ....... Cranford. Shirley . , . Crawford, Charles , . . Creasy, Kenneth . . . Crews, Gaynell . , Croom, Pat . . . Cross, Debbie . , . Crouch, Judith .... Crow, Nancy ...,.. Crowder, Darrell R .... Crowder, Joel ...... Cnise, Gaylon E .... Cnrse, Lana .....,,. Cummings, Wallace . . . Curry, James ...... Curry, Wayne .... Daes, Rickie . . Dalziel, Joan . . Dancer, Paula . . . . . . Daniel, Billy .... . . . , . Danials, Margaret Ann . . . Davenport, James .,... Davidson, Ann .,.,., Davidson, Barry ..., Davidson, Doris Ellen Davidson, Randy ..,, Davidson, Richard . , , Davidson, Rita . . . Davis , Ben Davis, Billy . . . . Davis, Bruce , , , . . Davis, Debra Ann . . . Davis, Glenn . ..., Davis, L n Davis, Nfillce ..... Davis, Ricky ,... . . Davis, Steven Ray . . . Davis, Susie .,... Davis, Terry .... Davison, Liz .,.. Deane, Sharron . , . Deaton, Gary . . . Deaton, Steve ,,,... DeBactello, Donna . . . Deere, Janet ..... Defoe, Linda . ..... DeGroodt, Michael . . DeLong, Jean .,.. Dainiston, Janet . . 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DeVore, Susan ..... ........... ..231 . ...,.......... 216 Dew, Steve ...,.... . . , 172,128,147,156,155,93 Dickens, Kathy ....... .....,.,.,,.. 1 72 Dickerson, Carol Ann . . . ...,...... , 173 Diederick, Joe Paul . . , . . . 216,136 Dillon, Charles . . , . . ....216 Dillon, Woody .... Dindiddie, Fonda . . Dixon, Penny ..... Dixon, Ricky ...... Dodson, Mary Jane . . . Dooley, Sharon Lynn . . Dorchuck, Beverly . . Dorris, Suzette ..,,.. Doty, Rai ii w ..,.... Douglas, .Yay ....... Doyle, Barbara Christine . . Doyle, Donald Eugene . . Doyle, Micheal George . Droke, Alan ....,.,. Duke, Dann ...,.. Duke, David' ..... Duckwort.h, Bill . , . Dudley, Robert . , DuLany, Debra .... Duncan, Marcia . . . Dunn, Debbie . . . Dunn. Janice . DuVall, Brenda . . . DuVall, Connie . . Dycus, Brenda . . . Dyer, Deborah . . . Eagle, Debbie . . . Eaker, Eanes, Michael , . . Norman C ,... Eamhart, Dwight .... Earhart, Julia Ann . . East, P hyllis ..... Edwards. David . . , Ek, Esther ,... . , . . Ellendo Ellendo rff, Barbara . . . rff, Tyler . . . . Eller, Larry ..... Eller, Paul .... Ellis, Mike ..,.. Elmore , Rita ...., Emerson, Linda . . . Endsley, Gale . . . English, Shelly . . , Enoch, Jerry . ,,.. . Epperson, Debbie .... Eschenbrenner, Susan . . . Eubank, Gary ..,.... Eudy, Linda Kay .... Evans, Cindy ..... Evans, John . . . Evans, Paul ,... Evans, Steve ..,,. Evans, Thomas . . . Farris, Deborah Lynn , . . Faver, Jim ,,...,.,. Fell, Emie ....... Fdl, soiiiia ..., Felton, Linda . . . Fields, Patrick . . Finch, Patsy ..., Fincher, Linda . . Fiore, Debby . . . Firestone, Bruce . . Fishback, Jill . . . Fisher, Darmy . . . Fisher, Phillip . . Fisher, Steve . , . Fisk, Mary Jo . , . Fishe, Flevian . , . Flanagan, Janice . . Fleming, Gail. ,. Fleming, Nina .,,. Fletcher, Donna E. . . Fletcher, Paula . , . Flowers, Libby . . Flurry, Greg . . Flurry, Marc . . Flynn, Don ..... Forbis, Shirle . . Ford, Mitchell, . . Ford, Suzzette . . . Ford, Rosie . . , Ford, Thomas ..... Ford, Tina ,.... . . . . Forrest, Jeffrey Lynn . . Fortenbury, Jim ...,. Fortner, Nancy Dean . . Fortson, Barbara .... Fostor. Doak . . . . Foster, Susan . . , Fowler, Roger . . . Fraser, Lgnn .... Frazier, onnie . , . Frazier, Rhonda . . . Frazier, Ricky . . . Freeman, David ...., Freeman, Linda ,.... Freeman, Marsha .,,. Freeman, Patricia Ann . French,Gail.,.,.,. Friday, Pam ......, Fringer, Judy . . . Frost, Jack . . . Frost, Pandora . . Fryer, Shannon . . Fu ler, Edwin . . . Furcron, Ted . . . , Futrell, James . . . 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Galloway, Leslie . . . Gann, A eta .,.., Garner, Linda . . . Gamer, Mike .... Garrett, Janet , . . Garrett, Virgle . , Garrison, Deby .... Gaskins, Lenard . . . Gates, Samuel .,., Gathright, Kenny . . Gent, amella . . . Gentry, Gail . . , George, Jayne . . . George, Rodney . . . George, Wayne . . . Gershner, Steve . . . Gibbons, Jim .,.. Giger, James .... Ginn, Georgia . . . Ginocchio, Judy . . . Glaze, Ronnie ...,., Glover, Debbie ...... Glover, Elizabeth Gail . . Glover, Jim ........ Glover, Margaret ..., Glover, Robin ,... Goad, Jerri ..... Goad, Kathy ,... . . . Goetsch, Sherrie ..... Goff, Marsha ........ Ma Elizabethu' Gonnelly Gooch, Mary Helen ..... Goodrich, Brenda ..,.. Goodwin, Travis . . . Gordon, Chuck . . . Gordon, Gloria . . . Gosnell, Wanda .... Goss, Bob Goss, Charles , . . Goss, Connie . . . Goss, Debby .... Goss, Mary Jane . . . Gough, Marcia . . . Gower, Sandy ..,.. Graddy, Nancy Jo , . , Graham, Janie ,... , Grantham, Danny .... Graver, Janis .,.,... Gray, Billy .......,. Gray, Karen . .,.....,. . Grayson, Midtael Gordon . . Graziani, Joel ....... Graziani, Kittie Ann . . . Green, Billy . ,,.... Green, James ..... Green, Jan ...... Green, Joy Ann , , . Green, Larry .... Green, Sara , . , Greider, Jan .... Griebel, Janet . . . Griffin, Gary . . . Griffith, Becky . . Griffin, Liz , . , , Griffith, Patsy . . . Griffith, Peggy . . Grissom, Steve . . Grizzell, Linda , , . Groce, Brenda . . . Grooms, Jeff .,.. Gross, Doug .,.. Grubb, Larry . . . , Gnibb, Vickie ...., Gnibbs, Barbara . . . Guess, Amanda .... Guess, Tracy .... Gunther, Gail ..., Gunther, Karen . . . Guy, Cheryl .... Hackler, Teresa . . . Hale, Bob ...... Hale, Linda . . . Hall, Debbie . . , Hall, Diann .... Hall, Gerald . . . Hall, Jim ,..... .,.. Halley, Anne ....,.. Halley, Jerry ...... Halliburton, Analee Lee . . . Hallum, Carol ....,, Halter, Marsha ,.... . Hamblin. Kath Hamilton, Lindla . . . Hamilton, Thomas . . . Hamlett, Holly ...., Hammack, Butch ,,.. Hammer, Joyce , . , Hammer, Mary . . , Hammons, Dick . . . Hampton, Barbara . . . Hampton, Debbie .... Hampton, Mike ,.,.. Hampton, Rosemary . . . Hancock, Karla ...,. Haney, Stephen . . . Hankins, Danny ..... Hanks, Karren ....... Hanson, Leslie Ann .... Hardin, Carrell ,.,.. Hardin, Marvin . . . Hardwick, John . . . Hargett, Larry ..... Hargrove, Glenda ...., Harkleroad, Carolyn . , , Harl, Patricia .,... . Harmon, Amelia . . . Harmon, Debra . . . 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Harrison, Kathy Michelle '. Harrison, Kaly ....,.. Hart, Mary ane ..... Hartwick, Lynn . . Hartwick, Tona . . . Harvey Dianna . . Hasse l, Perry .... Hastie, David Jr .... Hatfield, Sharon . . . Haustein, Gary . . . Hawkins, Jan . . . Hay, John ..... Hay, Larry ..... Hayden, Steve W. . . Haunes. Teresa . . Hays, Mike ..... Head, David ..., Heame, Skippy .... Heathcock, Al en . . . Hebert, Karen . . . Hedgecock, Pat ..., Heerboth, Evertt . . . Heffington, Chip . . . Helms, Lori ..... Helton, Sharon . . . Heien, Mike ...... Henderson, Faye , . . Hmricks, Davis ..... Hendrickson, Carol . . . Henick, Brenda .... Henry, David Dean . . . Henry, Shari ...... Henry, William . . . Hemdon, James , , . Herrick, David . . . Herrick, Walter . . Herrington, Alene . . Herrin-gton, Kathy ,.,. Hess, ohn. .,.... . Hewitt, Coy ..... Hewitt, Dava ,.., i-iibbard, Mary . . . Hickey. Gayle . . . Hickey, James . . . Hicks, Deborah . . . giclis, Ered .... ic s, erry . . . Hiett, Becky .... Higdon, Bobby . . . Higdon, Sue .... Hill, Charles . . , Hill, Cherie . . Hill, Danny . . Hill, Kathie .... Hill, Marie . . . . Hinkle, Lindsey . . Hinkle, Martin . . . Hipps, Lynn . . , Hitt, Alan ,.... Hitt, Diane ..,.. Hixon, Pam ...... Hobby, Keith .....,. Hodge, Linda Kay . . . . Haggard, Mike .... Hogins, Donna . . . Hogue, Carolyn .... goigen, Terri . ,..,. . o en, Te L . . . Holder, Phiiri, . . Holland, Carolyn . . . Holland, Dianne ..., Holland, Lan? . . . Holland, Ran y . . . Holloway, Gary . . . Holloway, Margie . . . Hollowe l, Robert . . . Hollowell, Ronnie . . . Holmes, David . . . :olmesCMary . . . oops, eor e , . . Hooten, Frei ..,. Hooten, Laura ...,. Hooten, R. Woody .... Hopkins, Loyce ..... Hopkins, Susan Ray . . Hopper, Pat ..,.... Horton, Thomas F .... House, Aniel ...... House, David .... House, Janet .... House, Julie ..,... House, Phyllis ...... Howard, S elia Kay . . Hoxie, Connie ...... Hubbard, Rose Ann . . . Hudson, Cherilyn . . . Hudson, Jay ..,,. Huggins, Debi .,.. Huggs, Otis .... Hug es, Don . . . Hughes, Galen . . . Hughes, Kenny . . , Hughes, Richard . . . Hughes Ronnie ..... Hu hes Rose Marie . . . Hug, Mary ......... Hull, Pat ......,. Humphries, Steve . . Hune, Vemon .,.,, Hunnicutt, Debbie , . Hunter, Sandy . . . Hunthrop, Bi ly . . . Hurd, Robert . . , Hurn, Donald . , . Hurt, Darrell . . . Hurt, Delvin .... Husa, Kendall . . . Hussey. 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Jackson, Cami Elizabeth . . . Jackson, Don ..,,,.. Jackson, Patricia Lynn . Jackson, Valerie ,.... James, David . ,,... James, Pam ,.... . . . James, Tommy ....,. James, William Larry , Jeffery, Judy ....... Jenkins, Barbara .... Jenkins, Debbie .... . Juikins, Steve ,... . . . Jemigan, Della Faye . . Jeu, Mike ..,..,.,. Johnson, Beverly ..,, Johnson, Brenda Jo , , . Johnson, Brenda Lee . . Johnson, Charles .... Johnson, Charles M .... Johnson, Deborah .... Johnson, Deborah . . Johnson, Gail ..... Johnson, James E .... Johnson, Jerry ...... Johnson, Lan-y .... Johnson, Linda . . . Jolmson, Linda .... Johnson, Cindy ..... Johnson, Otho Dean . . Johnson, Pete ..... Johnson, Tom ,,... Johnston, Donna . . . Johnston, Judy . . . Johnston, Ti.na . . . Jones, Janie . . . Jones, Keith .,.. Jones. LeeWayne . . . Jones, Linda .... Jones, Mark . , . Jones. Mike . . . Jordan, Cathy . . . Justice, Barbra . . , Kail, Karen Sue . . . Keathley, Lisa ..,. Keeling, Brenda , , . Keeling, Joe ...... Keen, Rlalmond . . . Kelley, ike .... Keeley, Sandra . , . Kelly, Janis . . . Kelly, Tim . . . , Keltner, Linda . . . Kemp, Debbie . . . Kemp, Bill ,... . Kemdpf, Linda .,,.. Ken ricks, Debbie . . . Kerr, Sharon ..... Ketcham, Larry ..... Ketcher, Michael ..... Ketcher, Vivian Leigh . , . Killough, Carole ....., Killough, Vicki ...... King, Charles ..... Kirby, Deborah ,.... . Kirkpatrick, Sandy E. . . Kirkpatrick, Susie . . . Kissire, Worren . . . Kittie, Kathy ..... Klassen, Alanna . . . Kassen, Joanne . . . Klutts, Nancy .... Knight, David . . . Knight, Jane . . . Knight, Sherry . . . Knopp, Charles ..... Knowles, Barbara .... Knowles, Bobbie Jean . . Konings, Debbie ...... Korte, Sheila ....... Kreis, Karen Lee . . Krouse, Kristin . . . Kryer, Moyer . . Kuonen, Joe , . . Kuykendal, Joe . . , Lacy, Marjorie . . . Lacy, Vema ...... Lacey, Rebecca ..... La Grossa, Virginia . . , Laing, Sarah , ..., . , Lake, Pamela Ann . . . Laman, Cecelia ..., Lamb, Donnie . . . 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Lea, Sandra ,...... . Lee, Marty ....... Leasure, Jamie . . , Ledrick, Jimmy ..... Lenderman, Donnie . . . Leopard, Edward .... Letbetter, Charlotte . . Leveritt. Alan .,... Lewis, Angela .... Lewis, Marsha . . . Lewis, Maryanne . . . Lewis, Rita ..... Lewis, Susan , . . Liles, Cathi . . . Lindsey, Lalla . . Linke, Jerry . , . Linn, Dani? ...,. Little, Cly e ...... Littlefiel , Derek . . . Livingston, Danny . . . Livingston, Gordon . . . Llyod, Larry ..... Lockridge, heila . . . Logsdon, Harrison .... Lo tis, Deborah Kaye . . . Looney, Rhonda Lee . . . Loudermelch, Janice . . . Lovenstein, Suzanne . . Love, Shirley Jean . , . Lovette, Pat ....,. Lowery, Wayne . , . Lowery, William . . Luker, Kathy ....... Lumm, Nedra ..,..,. Lunsford, Allan Steven . . Luthyl, Margaret ...., Lync , Ronnie ..... Lynch, Sandra ....,, Lyons Becky Lynn . . , Lyons, Jerri ...,., Lyons, Tommy . . . May, Pam ...... Mayfield, John ..... Mayfield, Sharon , . . McAllister, Gail .,.. McAllister, Larr . , . McBee, Elizabeth . . . McB de, Cliff . . . McC5be, Marie . . . McCall, Sharon . . . McCann, Dennis .... McCarln, Kevin .,..... McCastlain, Julia Ann , . McClane, Sandra .... McCormick, Jean , . . McCord, Ky ......... McCorkle, Cynthia .... McCorkle, Sherrie Dianne . . McCulley, George ...., McCallum, Lyn a L ,.,. McDaniel, Doug ..... McDaniel, Kathy ....... McDaniel, Sharon Lynn . McDaniel, Suzanne ..., McElroy, Susan ..... McEntire, Harriett . . . Mcoee, Sally ...... McGehee, Dave . . . McGinness, Karen . . McGraw, Larry . . . McKeller, Mark . . . McKenzie, Mike ..... McKindra, Sherry T. . . McKinney, Sandra . . McLain, Ed ...,.. McLain, Tommy ..,,, McLaughlin, Sandra . . . McMahon, Judy .... McMillan, Cathy . . McMillon, Pam . . . McMillan, Vicki . . McMains, Jim .,., McNeely, Danny ,.... McNeely, Mary Jo . . . McNeely, Pam ..... McNeill, Carol ...... McNeill, Dennis ...,.. McPherson, Randy ..... McWilliams, Robert Wayn McVay, Kathy .... McVey, Gary Neal . Meacham, Jean .... 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