Trinity Heights Christian Academy - Aquila Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)
- Class of 1983
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Trinity Heights: A Counter Culture
Our culture can be described in many ways both from Chris-
tian and academic perspectives. But when the bells ring sig-
naling classes to start, it's nice to remember that our culture
still means commitment to simple things. Our commitment to
Christian principles makes the difference at Trinity Heights,
and that difference is evident whether we are in our home
rooms taking part in the daily devotion, or on the football
field praying before a game.
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Each weekday is marked by the predictability
of going to classes, gathering in the quadran-
gle for lunch, and at night, studying for the
next days' test. Although this routine charac-
terizes every high school, we are still de-
scribed by a difference that shapes the l983
people into a family. Friends jostle each other
in the lockers between classes and meet to
complain about teachers or homework.
It's the little things that make the differ-
ence. Like classes pulling together to work
on a homecoming float, or pledging alle-
giance to the American and Christian flags
in chapel, or just smiling and saying hello to
friends in the mad rush to the next class.
T.H.C.A.-take away the 550 students, 40
faculty members, and what's left? Twenty-
five empty buildings, one noiseless stadi-
um, and a few hundred vacant parking
places. It 's not the architecture or the loca-
tion that makes our school's culture differ-
ent, it's the people.
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Every now? and'athen',the administration de-
clares ay spirit day at school and announces a
themegof,theffdayQ We have had western day,
Vfiftiesfday, ,' crazy sock day, and button day.
'But thissyeaijr we had something new. They
called' it. 'punk day" and everyone was ex-
peetecljto dress like a punk. The idea behind it
wasto have an activity that was a lot of fun
that would get everyone involved, but it
also showed us what the punk rockers go
through every morning just to get dressed,
Some paint their hair, or shave it off. Some
mix -blue eye shadow with lipgloss to make
blue lipstick, itfsioutrageous. We had a good
time that'day4spirits' were high, and here are
some pictures tot, show you how we looked.
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the floods came, and the
winds blew and beat upon that
house, and it fell notf for it
was founded upon a ROCK."
"Now this is my version of the
English language. "
Georgia Elizabeth Adams
Lit. Rally-If French Club-If Math Club-
l,2,3f Science Club-l,2,3t Latin Club-2,31
Z-Club-2,31 Softball-3g Yearbook-4:
Newspaper-45 Mu Alpha Theth-4.
Timothy Wayne Adgate
Football-l.2,3,4: Baseball-2.4, Track-
Golden Girl-L21 FHA -2, Spanish Club-If
SGA Sec.-34 FHA Treas.-31 Z-Club
Chaplain-45 Basketball Man.-4,
T.H.C.A. Most Beautiful-31 Who 's Who
Among American High School Stu-
Mark Douglas Allums
Football-l.2,3.4f Baseball-23,41 Basket-
ball-l,2,3,4f All Dist. Baseball-3, Most
Valuable Player 3.
Carol Dene Bordelon
FHA-lf Pep Squad-41 Z-Club-4.
Karen Suzanne Brown
FHA-L31 Pep Squad-25 Art Club-I.
Leslie Hutchinson- Vice President
Ka y Dick-Secretary! Treasurer
Tim Adga te San Allen
10 seniors Mark Allums Dene Bordelon Karen Brown
Jeff Crow Ashley Deckard Kay Dick
Greg Eaggn Kay F3I'lE'SS
Leslie Hutchinson and Mark Lambert
Jeffrey Alan Crow
B3l'7d'l,.2.3.4: CBPI.-3: 4H'l,2: Gdlf-la Mu
Alpha Theta-3,45 Nat. Honor Society-
3,4i Lit. Rally-34 Newspaper-4, Year-
book-4g SGA Rep. 4, Boys State-41 Sci-
Ashley Liddell Deckard
FHA-21 Z-Club-4: Pep Squad-4. C hoir-4.
Kay Lynn Dick
Basketball-l,2.3.4: All Dist.-2,3: All
State-3, Softball-L21 Track-l,2,3,4p
FCA-l,2: Band-l,2,44 Honor Band-l,2,4f
National Honor Society-3.4: Band
Sweetheart-4: Choir-3: Eagle A ward in
Basketball-3: Lit. Rally-2.3: Newspa-
per-4f Yearbook-4: FHA-l.
Amy Elizabeth Douglas
SGA Pres,-45 Lit. Rally-lf Mu Alpha The-
ta-4: Pep Squad-35 FCA l.2: Softball-2:
Basketball-l,.?.3,41 SGA V. Pres.-3:
Treas.-2: Class Sen.-I1 Newspaper-It
Football Program Staff-4: Z-Club-13,44
Treas.-3: V. Pres.-3: National Honor
Society-2.14: V. Pres,-3, Pres.-4.
Gregory Brian Eason
Leo Club-L35 Basketball-l,2.3.4p Base-
ball-4: Track-L25 Golf-3.
Andi Kay Farless
Basketball-I.2,3,4f Softball-l,2.3,4f All
Dist.-2.3: Most Valuable Player-3:
Band-l,2,3,41 Track-l,2,3.4t FHA-I4 Ten-
Lisa Carol Francis
Pep Squad-l.4: Beauty Pageant-l,3f
FHA-I: SGA-24 French Club-2: Newspa-
per-3.4f Yearbook-3.4: Choir-3.41 Bas-
ketball Statistician-4: Close-Up.2f
Most Friendly-34 Citizenship Award-l.
Lee Ann Fuller
FHA-l,2,3,4f Pep Squad-I,2f Golden
Girls-3,45 Basketball Manager-3.4:
Lee Ann Fuller Seniors 11
Carlos Ron Gipson
Football-l,2.3,44 All Dist.-3f Baseball-
I,2,3,4: All Dist.-2: FCA-1,25 Nat. Honor
Society-3,4f Mu Alpha Theta-45 Boys
State 4f Yearbook-2,3,4.
Karen Jane Godwin
Pep Squad-lf Golden Girl-2,3,4i Co-
Captain-4f Jr. Maid-3, Homecoming
Queen-4, Z-Club-4: FHA-I.
Mary Alice Golsb y
Editor Yearbook-41 Class Pres.-4, V.
Pres.-3, Pres.-25 Sen.-lf SGA-l.2,4f Na-
tional Honor Society-3,44 5ec.fTreas.-
4, Girls State-4: Lit. Rally-l.2.3,4f
Speech Rally-4: Close-Up-4: Band-
l.2.3,4, Honor Band-l,2,3,4f Sweet-
heart-3f Drum Major-3,41 Newspaper
Staff-l,4t Basketball-l,2,3: Softball-L24
FCA-If FHA-L21 Choir-3,4.
Rebecca Suzanne Hauser
Basketball-I.2.3,4f FCA-l,2f FHA l,3:
Sec-45 Z-Club-3,41 Football Program
Staff-3.4: SGA Treas.-4.
Christy Ann Holbrook
FHA-l,3,4, Pep Squad-L21 Golden Girl-
3.4: Capt.-4: Lit. Rally-31 Spanish Club-
Donna Lee Holt
Teresa Louisa Ann Howard
Track-L21 Choir-l,2,3f Pep Squad-l,2.3g
Cheerleader-4, Football Sweetheart-4:
Jamboree Queen 4, Soph. Maid-2,
Beauty Pageant-l.2.3.4f Winner-4:
Leslie Lynette Hutchinson
Pep Squad-lf Golden Girl-2.3, Head
Cheerleader-4. FHA-l,2,3f Class V.
Pres.-41 SGA-41 Yearbook-3.
Ron Gipson Karen Godwin Mimi Golsby
1 2 Senm Leslie Hutchinson
Ron Gipson: silenced at last!
Becky Hauser Christy Holbrook Donna Holt
Larry .lanes Malcolm Kahre -LSI? KilP8fFiClf
Mark Lambert Toni Lal?oux Jeff Luce
Alice Lynch Steve McClure Mike McDowell
Football-l,2,3,4, Baseball-l.2,3,4f Bas-
ketball-l,.?,3,4, Track-l,2.3,4f Newspa-
per-l.2f Boy's Court-3,4.
Malcolm Owen Kahre
Band-l,2.3,4f Honor Band-2,35 Year-
book Staff-l,2.3,4t Class Pres.-3: News-
paperelq Footballf3.4p FCA-3,4: Spanish
Jan Jenise Kilpatrick
Pep Squad-l,2,3f Col.-35 Z-Club-.?,3,41
Pres.-45 Class V, Pres.-l,2f FHA-l,3,4, V.
Pres,-4, Co-Ed, Newspaper-31 Cheerf
leader-41 Beauty Pageant-l,2,3,4: Pep
Squad Sweetheart-3, Senior Maid-44
John Mark Lambert, Jr.
Football-I,2,3.44 All Dist,'3, Baseball-
l,2,3.4f All Dist.-35 Basketball-l,2,3,4t
Trackf3f FCA 1.2: Newspaper-3.
Toni Denise LaRoux
Pep Squad-lg FHA-lt Golden Girl-2,3,4.
Jeffry Donald Luce
Band-l..7,3,4t Class Favorite-l,2,3f Mas-
cot-2,3f Yearbook-3,41 Newspaper-4:
FHA Sweetheart-2: SGA V. Pres.-4.
Alice Wyntre Lynch
FHA-It Pep Squad-If Golden Girl-2.35
Class Favorite-I4 Beauty Pageant-2nd
Place-If Basketball Manager-4.
Stephen Kelly McClure
Football-l,2.3,4t Baseball-I,2,3,4t Bas-
ketball-l,2,3,4f FCA-L2: Spanish Clubel,
Charles Michael McDowell
Football-l,2,3,4f Baseball-l,2,3,41 Bas-
As we grow up under the shelter
of Baptist based rules and regula-
tions, the world outside remains
hectic and confused. The seniors
are one group who probably feel
this the strongest. With plans for
launching into the world as full-
fledged adult citizens, the nation-
al and international issues be-
come a reality that must be faced.
But it 's these very issues that
help to shape our culture, and our
commitment to Christian princi-
ples makes the difference. Thirty
five of the seniors were polled in
the government class, and here
are some of the results: 25 plan to
register as Republicans when they reach I8, IO plan to become
Democrats. President Reagan would win a wide majority of votes
over both Sen. Kennedy and Vice President Mondale in a Presi-
dential election. 30 of the students favor the death penalty in
extreme cases only, 20 favor gun control laws, 25 favor raising
the drinking age, and 25 favor teaching Creationism in the public
school system. I5 seniors like the blue laws while 25 are against
them, and IOOZ of those polled favor voluntary prayer in the
public schools. Commitment to basics doesn 't always adapt to
trends. The contrast of our choices show that we are still in the
midst of life-shaping decisions about our culture versus the
David Brent McGee
Angela Lorice McKinney
FHA-l,3,4f Z-Club-2.3,4: Officer 3.4,
Class Sec.-2, Pep Squad-l,2, Newspa-
per-l,2,3f Yearbook-2,31 Golden Girl
Mary Ellen Methvin
Pep Squad-If FHA-l,2,3, Pres.-4, Z-CIub-
2,3,4, Beauty Pageant-2,3,4f Jr. Maid-
3: Sr. Maid-4, SGA-4,
Leslie Erin Metzelaars
Pep Squad-l.2,31 Capt.-3: FHA-If Beauty
Oh well, not everyone is meant to succeed in
U8 Vld IVICCJBE
Angela McKinney Mary Ellen Leslie Mefzelaa,-5
Jhckie Morgan Randy Murphy
Jaqueline Robin Morgan
Editor Newspaper-41 Bible Fair-lst
Prize-If Band-l,2,3,4, Honor Band-2.3,41
Sweetheart-2, Lit. Rally-2,141 Nat.
Honor Society-3,4, SGA-4, Yearbook-41
Z-Club Chaplain-Ji Beauty Pageant-
M Randy Shea Murphy
Walter Terry Pipes Jr.
Here you see our class sponsor Ditto
Dyess. There are two pictures of her
because we think there must be two
of her. You see, no one person could
do the amount of work that she does
in the time that she does it. We
count ourselves lucky to have
her as our sponsor and appre-
ciate all the help she has given
us, and all the hassle she has
put up witb. Mrs. Dyess tells us
that in one years' time, every
student that attends T.H. will
have spent over KID bours in
school, and in our four years,
the seniors have spent over
46117 hours here. To all under
classmen: "Have funlll"
The Senior Class Song is "The Ea-
gle Song" by the lmperialsf the
class flower is a water lily: the
colors are maroon and gray: and
the class motto is "lf you can 't do
great things, do small things in a
As the sun sets on our last few
days of high school, we look back
on all the fun we had and all the
friends we made, but we also look
ahead to the future and wonder
what it will bring our lives. We are
no longer considered children,
driven by the wind, but are facing
the world as adults. The culture
we have been trained in will do
much to determine how our lives
will be spent.
Mary Ellen Meth vin, a senior
here at T.H., was the only
girl to take Home Ee. IV this
year. That in itself is an
accomplishment, but when
she was asked to host a
banquet for the Board, she
really had her work cut out
for l.er. It was a lot of hard
work, but she did a fabulous
Mary Ellen really has to earn
her grade in Mrs. Dyess'
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Our Board of Directors this year was really a supportive and helpful conglomerate. Each member contributed his full energy
and much valuable time to making decisions and upholding the business end of our school. There are many responsibilities a
board member must accept. Responsibilities to the school, the students, the faculty, the parents, and to the other members
of the board, in helping them work out the problems that inevitably arise.
Over half of our I4-board members are chairpersons on the IO committees that the board is in charge 06 so they are all kept
very busy taking care of our school.
Our Educational Committee officers this year are: Don Duggan, Chairman, .lohn Franks, Vice-Chairman, and Darlene Drake,
Secretary. Among some of these officers' many responsibilities is the administration of several smaller, though important
The Executive Committee, headed by Chairman Don Duggan, governs all transactions of the board. John Franks, Joe
Rossett, and Ben Terrell are our other Executive Committee members.
Joe Rossett and John Franks help Mr. Duggan oversee the finances of the academy. They are in charge of appropriating all
the funds for new equipment in both academics and athletics.
The purpose of the School Properties Committee is to oversee all property owned by the school. This committee is headed
by Ben Terrell along with members Wayland Carlisle and Bob Hauser.
The Chairman of the Job Description Committee is David Wilson and he works with Marilyn Light and Molly Duggan.
Chairman Wayland Carlisle and member Chris Dominick make up the Bus Committee which is in charge of all school-owned
Our Insurance Committee works closely with the school's insurance policies, making sure that all property is adequately
covered by insurance. It is led by .loe Rossett and has one other member, John Franks.
The members of the Curriculum Committee oversee what subjects are taught here at T.H. This year they added Art,
Journalism. Physics, and a Resource Room. Members are Darlene Drake and David Wilson. The Chairman is Ned Wynn.
Molly Duggan heads up the Financial Aid Committee with members Ned Wynn and Marilyn Light. The main purpose of this
committee is to seek out families needing financial aid in order to attend Trinity Heights.
The Uniform Committee provides guidelines for the schools uniform code, and heh1s maintain the traditional appearance of
the students. Darlene Drake is the Chairperson, and other members include Chris Dominick and Bob Hauser.
Dr. Freeman, Melanie, Priscilla, and David.
Dr. Roger Freeman
Dr. Freeman is a native of Memphis Tenn. He attended
Belmont College where he received his B.A, He received
his Master of Divinity at South western Baptist Theological
Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Freeman has served as
pastor of Trinity Heights Baptist Church for seven years.
Dr. Freeman speaks in chapel periodically at THCA. He
always has something to share, in and out of chapeL and
always has time for people.
Dr. Freeman 's hobbies are golfing, tennis, and reading and
preaching the Word, But, his favorite pasttime is being
with his wife, Priscilla, and his two children, Melanie-8,
and David, two months.
Rev. Kim Hall
Minister of Youth
Kim Hall is a native of West Monroe and
graduate of LSU in Shreveport. He has
been a member of Trinity Heights Bap-
tist Church for six years, and has been
Youth Minister for four years. Kim's de-
cision to be youth minister and chapel
speaker at THCA came from his com-
passion for young people and his desire
to lead them through important deci-
sions in their teen-age years. As chapel
speaker, he leads services for Jr. high
and highschool students on Monday and
Wednesday. Kim has been an inspira-
fion to everyone through his music and
Kim's hobbies include: duck and quail
hunting, drawing, and playing the gui-
tar. He also enjoys being with people
and being involved with them. Kim is
totally committed to working with
youth and will not be satisfied until he
sees the Lord magnified in their lives.
Kim says he loves his work and wouldn 't
do anything else. His favorite pasttime
is being with his family, whether in
traveling or just spending quiet time to-
gether at home.
Minister of Education
Lonnie Wascom is a native of Hammond
Louisiana and a graduate of Northeas-
tern. He received his Master of Divinity
degree at Golden Gate Baptist Theologi-
cal Seminary in Mill Valley, Ca. and his
Master of Arts in Speech, at San Fran-
Lonnie has been Minister of Education
at Trinity Heights Baptist Church since
June, l978. He has been teaching in
chapels here at T.H. for five years. He
speaks to elementary students on Tues-
day and Thursday,
Lonnie's hobbies include hiking. collect-
ing model trains and reading. His favor-
ite author is Ross McDonald. Lonnie also
enjoys being with and ministering to
people. At home his favorite pasttime is
being with his wife and two children.
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Norma Jean Brown
LSU, NSU, Southern
Clerical Office Practice
Miss. State, Centenary,
Delta State. NSU, Southern
Miss., Home Economics
Kay Butler Mike Cranford
LSUS, La. Tech La. Varsity Basketball
Algebra I, Math I 5 ll World Geography
Betty Greening Ann Guilbert
La. Tech, LSU La. Tech,
Librarian, Library Science Chemistry, Biology
Terrell Harvey Frank Hess
Southern Ill Univ. Penn State
Go vernmentfFree Enterprise Instrumental Music
Tech, Souther Miss.
Justin E. Kidd Bambi Lee
Rice Univ., Univ. Va, l-8, College
English Ill 5 IV, Journalism English I 5 ll, Speech
Apphia -ferry Kathy -Waters
Bob Jones Univ,, McGill Hendflx COIIESE
Univ., SLU, Auburn Univ. Vvfal Music
lsus, La, Tech, South-
wester Baptist Theo-
Science 5 Physics
LA. Tech, LSUS
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ple. Among them we have Jeff Crow, who I inf q5f.n..vn.m ...A a. 'nv-ff-im f..l:fi:x':u,fl""'m
will be the first graduate of THCA to receive ' ' ' "'
an appointment to West
Point, where he will matricu-
late in the Fall l983. These
students must not only show
academic excellence, but
they are also judged on char-
acter, courtesy, spirit loyal-
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ty, patriotism, and integrity,
The Administration and fac-
ulty, by means of the secret
ballot, nominate those whom
they feel deserve this honor.
This information is then
placed with the academic
standing, thus arriving at the
TOP TEN. Each one of these
top students has taken
hisfher place among the
leadership of the 1983 gradu-
STUDENTS WE SALUTE voul Wm, Gabby Amy Doughs
Kay Dick Ron Gipson Jackie Morgan
Kay Farless Becky Hauser ,lan Kilpatrick
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A my Dougla
Amy Douglas, our I9 -83 SGA President has
contributed her all for the betterment of
THCA. She has been extremely active in
many school activities. Her favorite hap-
pens to be basketball, at which she worked
very hard to help achieve the titles that
they 've won. This past year she took part in
Louisiana Girls State, Mu Alpha Theta, Z-
Club and the Literary Rally. Am loves to
spend time with friends and play all sports.
She especially likes getting others involved
in student activities. Her plans after she
leaves THCA are to study Pre-Med at Tu-
lane. Congratulations for doing a great job
as our SGA President and Good Luck in the
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Mimi Golsb y
Our 82-83 Aquila Editor for the school year is
Mimi Golsby. Mimi has given her all to make
this year's yearbook the best that it's ever
been. She has spent hours and hours of her time
making sure each detail is perfected. Besides
being the Aquila Editor, Mimi has also been in
other various school activities. This past sum-
mer she participated 'in the Louisiana Girls
State, and she is also in National Honor Society,
SGA, and Band. However, when she is not tak-
ing part in school activities you may find her
reading a good book or playing piano or flute.
Thanks Mimi for all the time and effort you
ha ve put into our yearbook this year! You did a
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Eagle Beak Editor
Eagles Beak Editor for l982-83 Jackie Morgan
has successfully turned the paper into one that
we can all be proud of Her other accomplish
ments during her years at THCA have been
fantastic! Over these years she has been in
Honor Band and the National Honor Society
Jackie loves Trinity Heights and has enjoyed
being the Eagles Beak Editor Collecting uni
corns and horseback riding are also at the top
of her list. Jackie s future plans are to tra vel on
a three year tour of Germany where she will
attend school and major in Biological Science
The Best of luck to you Jackiel
All of our games would not have been the
same without our Head Cheerleader, Les-
lie Hutchinson. Leslie has done a tremen-
dous job with the cheerleaders this year.
Many long hours were spent practicing,
trying to perfect each little pyramid and
cheer. However, when she was not prac-
ticing, she was probably busy with the
remainder of her activities. Leslie has
taken part in FHA, SGA, and she was a
contestant in the annual Beauty Pageant,
She loves to collect mice as well as spend
much time with friends. But, most of all,
she enjoys cheering! Following this year
she will attend La. Tech. She plans to ma-
jor in Business Administration. Have fun
and Good Luck, Leslie!
The High Flyers this year were under the supervision
and guidance of Melanie Wilkins. Melanie, a Senior this
year, has put a lot of time into making sure the High
Flyers do their job superbly. Melanie loves to support
our Eagle teams and has done so as our Pep Squad
Colonel. She also participated in the Beauty Pageant,
and is an officer in Z-Club and FHA. Her main loves
though, include playing tennis, skiing. cooking, and go-
ing out with friends. Melanie plans to attend college
after her last year at THCA. The best of luck in the
future, Melanie, and thanks for a job well done!
Mary Ellen Methvin
Who is Christy Holbrook? Christy Holbrook is a I7 year old
senior who has a special talent for dancing, Maybe that's
why she 's our Golden Girl Captain for the l982-83 year. She
has done a wonderful job with the dance line. Christy loves
to spend time with friends and read, She has been a mem-
ber of the National Honor Society and has participated in
many other school activities. Christy didn 't do everything
by herself, howeverp she had plenty of help from Karen
Godwin and Mary Ellen Methvin as Co-Captains, Karen
loves to dance and be with friends. She was our '82- '83
Homecoming Queen. Her side-kick Mary Ellen was on the
SGA, Z-Club, and FHA, She was also our Sr. Maid, She enjoys
talking on the phone, skiing, and above all, being with
friends. Mary Ellen intends to attend La. Tech and major in
fashion merchandising. Congratulations and the best of
luck to our Golden Girl Captainsll
Miss THCA - Kay Dick
Every year at Trinity Heights, we ha ve a new group of people that make up
the Senior class. Those people work together all year making plans for
their Senior Party and ultimate graduation. During this time, they all form
impressions about each other that they will carry with them for many
years to come. One tradition our Seniors have is the selection of Senior
Personalities. Every senior is voted into a category by his classmates, and
this makes up the Senior Who 's Who. The highest honor is to be chosen as
Mr. or Miss Trinity Heights. Not only do the Seniors vote on this, but
everyone in high school, along with the faculty.
This year, we have two remarkable people serving as Mr. 8 Miss T.H.C.A.
They are Kay Dick and Mark Lambert. Each of these students has shown
school spirit and has excelled in many areas of their lives.
Kay Dick is one of the most involved seniors we have at T.H. She is a
member of the Nat. Honor Society, the Basketbalb Softball and Track
teams, the Band, the Yearbook ad staff and is one of her class officers.
Kay has been chosen as one of the top ten seniors, has won the Honesty 5
Integrity Award, and has received academic scholarships. But her most
outstanding achievements are in the sports arena. Kay has played Basket-
ball for TH. for eight years, and has started on the varsity team for three.
She has been chosen as All-District, All-State, All- Tournament, and M VP in
tournaments. Kay received the coveted Eagle Award as a junior, and is
loved and respected by her teammates.
Kay plans to continue her physical education in college, and plans to major
in that field. Her ultimate goal is to teach Physical Education in a Christian
oriented atmosphere. Kay is an active member of the First Baptist Church
of Bossier, and plans to attend Louisiana College after graduation.
Mr. T.H.C.A. - Mark Lambert
Mark Lambert is another senior who is successful in many areas, but sports
is his main point of interest. He is a member of the football, baseball and
basketball teams here at FH. and has received honors in many of these. He
was chosen All-District in Football and Baseball his junior year, and All-
District and All-State in Football his senior year, Mark has been a member of
our school's Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and is active in many areas of
the school. After graduation, Mark plans to attend college where he will
major in either engineering or computer science.
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ATHLETIC: Kay Dick, Mark Lambert, Steve McClure, Kay Farless
NEA TEST: Karen Godwin, Larry .lanes
CHRISTIAN SPIRIT: Mark Allums. Lisa Francis, .Ieff Luce
FRIENDLY: Leslie Hutchinson, Mike McDowell
STUDIOUS: Jackie Morgan, Jeff Crow
FLIRTATIOUS: Catherine Spivey, David Warner
SOCIABLE: Lee Ann Fuller, Scott Tobey
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SCHOOL SPIRIT: Leslie Hutchinson, Ron Gipson, .lan Kilpatrick Jeff Luce
HELPFUL: Liz Adams, Tim Adgate, Leslie
CUTE51' COUPLE: Mark Alfums, jeresa Howard OFTEN OUT OF CLASS: San Allen, Greg Eason, Jeff Luce
SMILING: Toni LaRoux, Coleen Watsonf Perry Pippenger
SMIL ING: Ashley Deckard
WITTY: Lee Ann Fuller, Rusty Pipes, Chris Spain UNDERSTANDING: Dllvld Wilmer, Angell! McKinney
David McGee, Donna Hon 1 CAREFREE: Mark Lambert, Alice Lynch, l
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TALENTEDI Malcolm Kahre, Christy Holbrook
A Look At The Past , A Glimpse Of The Future
The l98l-I982 graduating class consisted of forty-five students.
Of these students, thirteen were eligible for the T.H. Harris
scholarship, ten students applied and nine received it. Thirteen
students maintained a 3.0 average or better and this group was
awarded approximately 5l7,CXD in scholarships. In addition, six
were awarded athletic scholarships and one received a music
scholarship. Thirteen students were members of the National
Honor Society. Seventy-eight percent of the class went to
college and twenty-two percent went out into the working
world. Of the students that went to college, the majority went
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Homecoming Queen Karen Godwin
Football sweetheart Teresa Howard
C. Horton 5 C. Latham present
Sr. Maid Mary Ellen Methvin Pep Squad sweetheart Liz
Sr. Maid .lan Kilpatrick Band sweetheart Kay Dick
So what was different about this year's Homecoming? What made it
so good? What made it better than it's ever been ?? We won!! The
THCA football team, led by coach Steve Horton and assistant coach
Tony Bone, mutilated the Briarfield Rebels I8-Q Way to go Eagles!!
But there were also other things that made it special, and number
one among them was the spirit and participation of everyone
For example, a new light seemed to shine when the Homecoming
Court was spotted parading around the field on the class floats.
These were surely no "lean on the fence" floats! For the first time in
TH history. the classes decided to go all out in their attempt to build
moveable floats, and they were successful!! Spirit points were
awarded to the Sophomores, and the Seniors, Juniors and Freshmen
came in 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively.
As halftime approached everyone was anticipating the show, and
were definitely not disappointed, The Eagle Band and Golden Girls
put on a dazzling performance and the Pep Squad joined them to
form the path down which our maids, sweethearts and queen walked,
As the court reached the end of the path, their flowers were
presented to them by Mr. Owens along with a '7ittle" heh? from
Robby Horton and Crissy Latham. All in all the halftime show was
Jr Maid Gloria Moron Soph Maid Tila Young Freshman Maid DeAnn Craig
Court Seniors on Senior Float
By the way, who besides the football team was responsible for the
excitement in the stands? Who worked all week long to design
posters and signs, sell spirit ribbons, put on pep rallies, make goodie
bags and a whole lot more? The cheerleadersll This spirited group
was accompanied by some special alumni guests at the games who
quickly caught on to the new moves.
Speaking of new moves, lheard there was a lot of that going on after
the game at the dance, Everyone was jammin' out to the Kevin
Stewart Band at the dance which was held at the fairgrounds.
With all the excitement about the game and dance, it seems we
sometimes forget the real reason for this event. Even the name:
Homecoming, should give it away if you think about it. We are
welcoming the alumni to take a journey back in time and remember
their high school years. To remember the special moments and the
people who made them special. To remember how important and
influential these years were to their lives. It is for them that we do
this and it is for us that they accept it. May they always be remem-
bered as an important part of our school
When Homecoming is over and everyone is back in school that next
Monday, there usually seems to be a sigh of relief from most, fBut
only after the latest Homecoming gossip is heard of course, Q Every-
one feels a great deal of pride because of the victory, the floats, and
all the things that were accomplished. Everyone also remembers the
panic that went on in that crazy, exciting Homecoming week. There
were dates to be found, corsages to be ordered, outfits to be chosen,
and tickets to be bought. Don't leave out the long hours devoted to
the huge floats, or the halftime show either. So what's Homecoming
at Trintiy Heights? lt's people working together to create a very
special time that all can share and remember forever,
Mr. Owens crowning Karen
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Freshman float 5 maid
982-83 THCA Beaut Pageant
San Allen, last years winner, crowns Teresa Howard as "Our Lady of Lee Ann Fuller is awarded Miss Congeniality by San. She also
CameI0t" was our 2nd runner-up,
The Trinity Heights beauty pageant was held on
October I6, l982, with 26 lovely contestants compet-
ing for the title of "Our Lady of Camelot". The
pageant featured sportswear and evening gown
competions as well as a group production number
set to the theme song from the musical "Camelot".
Mr. Sentell, our guest entertainer for the evening,
provided an enchanting magical show and en-
thralled the audience with his amazing pets. Miss
Waters, Choir director here at THCA, also kept the
onlookers happy with a lovely song. She was accom-
panied on the piano by Mimi Golsby.
The pageant was made complete with the an-
nouncement of the winners. Beginning with Miss
Congeniality, Lee Ann Fuller, and the runners-up
who were: 4th, Sonya Lawrence: 3rd, Sherri DuCotet
2nd, Lee Ann Fuller, lst, Erin Evans, and then finally
the winner was made known to the eager crowd:
Miss Teresa Howard, a striking blue-eyed blonde-
haired senior, is our reigning "Lady of Camelot". .......
Runners-up: 4th Sonya Lawrence, 3rd Sherri DuCotef 2nd Lee Ann Fuller, lst Erin Evans,
and winner, Teresa Howard
The 26 contestants presented a group production number using flow-
ered hoops they made themselves.
Magician Sentell entertained the audience while the girls prepared
for the gown competition.
Miss Waters sang as the judges compared notes.
The judges of our pageant were: Tom Carlton, Magaret Martin, Tracy Ward,
JoJo Meyers, and Emcee David Carnal, Knot picturedj
Lee Ann Fuller
Mary Ellen Meth vin
Mimi Golsb y
Each year, certain Seniors are picked out of
the crowd to be honored because of their
outstanding records. This is when the years of
making good grades pay off, The first group
to represent our school consisted of four sen-
iors who were sent to Baton Rouge over the
summer as State Delegates. Mimi Golsb y, Amy
Douglas, Jeff Crow and Ron Gipson endured a
grueling week of intense study and participa-
tion in our state's governmental system. Mimi
was elected to the senate, Amy served on a
police jury, Jeff was a representative, and Ron
was a city engineer.
The nest to be honored were Kay Dick and
Mark Allums. They were selected for the .lop-
pa Masonic Lodge's Honesty 5 Integrity
A ward. They are pictured below with the lead-
er of this organization.
In November, Mimi Golsby and Jeff Crow
were selected as the schooI's outstanding Sen-
iors and participated in the Shreveport Opti-
mist Club's scholarship competition.
Amy Douglas received the DAR good citizen-
ship award and placed first in the district in
Jeff Crow is the first graduate of T.H. to be
accepted to West Point, and we congratulate
him for that great achievementlll
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Bussell, A. Holloway. KSITTINGQ S. Ritch, M. Golsby, C. Morgan, B. Wreyford, D. Warner.
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The Student Government Association was sponsored by Ms.
Anna Guilbert for this school year. The l982-83 SGA 's main
goal has been to get everyone involved and to raise the school
spirit to an all time high.
The SGA sponsors all Homecoming activities. They are re-
sponsible for the pledges and prayer in chapel, the skits for
pep-rallies and the publication of the school calendar. For the
first time, Trinity Heights joined the National Association of
Student Councils. The SGA has done a great job and has
represented our school admirably.
Chris Morgan, Chaplain
Julie Frazier, Parlimentarian
Becky Hauser, Treasurer
Amy Douglas, President
Becca Golsby, Historian
Lisa Bussell, Secretary
Jeff Luce, Vice-President
They look really excited!"
Jeff Luce fills in when Amy is busy,
SGA sponsors the Homecoming Dance each year, here you see some
the finery of the occasion.
The Printed Page
L Adams T Moore C Drake L Zysek M Golsby K Kamm .I Morgan J Crow C Watson
Have you ever stopped to think about where the book that you are
holding in your hands came from? Or considered how much work
was involved in getting it put together and printed up for nearly 5617
people? If you've never been on a yearbook staff then you probably
wouldn't believe all the screaming, moaning, ripping up and running
around that went on this year to make this book available to you
Members of the staff soon learned to ignore everyone else talking
to themselves. And they learned how to laugh together to ease up
the tensions of a rush deadline
This year the stafh comprised of I0 inexperienced but eager mem
bers, plowed headlong into the tedious work of yearbooking
Mimi Golsby Aquila Editor
With Mimi Golsb y as their vlrllous leader and under the sup
vision of Mrs Terry C alias yearbook sponsorj they so
learned to rue the day they selected Journalism as an electlv
Seriously though these dedicated students did a fantastic job
planning designing and creating the best yearbook Trln
Heights has ever hadl
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Lisa Z ysek and Liz Adams work on printing the newspaper.
Don't laugh , . . my finger's stuck!!
Summer Yearbook Camp sent some of our staff to the
Its not all work however . . . l
Mrs. Apphia Terry, Aquila Sponsor
The opportunity to actually record a school year in the student
body 's own words and in photographs is an opportunity to make
something that will always have a tremendous value. We have
enjoyed being such a special part of the unique society of educa-
tion. especially in the highschool area. The last 4 years of that long
I2 year haul are a truly once-in-a lifetime experience for everyone.
To share it, and preserve it for the years to come has made us
very happy. We hope that you come to love this book as much as
we have . . . and thanks for letting us 'take your picture'
Nat'l Honor Society members: J. Morgan, B. McDonald, .L Crow, A. Douglas, I Allen, K.
Dick, M. Golsby, R. Gipson, and .l. Gipson.
Membership in the National Honor Society has become recognized nationally as one of the
highest honors that can be bestowed upon a high-school student. Membershqv is, however, more
than an honor, it carries with it a responsibility and should be considered the beginning of an
obligation, not merely the successful culmination of an effort to achieve recognition and honor.
Once selected for membership, a student is singled out. He should not only continue to demon-
strate those outstanding qualities which brought about his selection, but he should also exert a
new influence to improve conditions about him and promote the qualities of Leadership, Charac-
ter, Scholarship and Service, for which the National Honor Society stands.
NHS officers M. Golsby, A. Douglas, and B. McDonald.
NHS Sponsors: Dr. Kidd, B. Lee, N. Brown, and Mr.
Mrs, P. Weldon is the chairman of the NHS sponsors.
Eagles Beak Staff CL to R Q L Adams L Zysek .I Bryant, C. Watson, T. Moore, C. Morgan, J. Crow, J.
Jackie Morgan, editor of Eagles Beak, is pictured with
the Shreveport Times editor, Mr. Raymond McDanieIs.
The l982-83 Eagles Beak had a successful year that
included a lot of firsts for the school newspaper.
Under the direction of Dr. Kidd and Mrs. Terry,
and with the help of the staff, the paper gained a
new image. On a bi-monthly basis the Eagles Beak
held contests for artwork, seasonal stories, poems
and covered all sports events, as well as the stu-
dents academic activities.
As the year progressed the paper acquired a more
professional look and kept our students and facul-
ty up with the times.
Thank' you Eagle Beak staff and sponsor for a
really great paper!
Jan Kihaatrick Amy Douglas Melanie Wilkins Angela McKinney
president Vicgpresidenf Secretary Treasurer
What IS Z Club? Z Club IS a com
munity service organization spon
sored by Zontlan Club of Shreveport
The l982 83 Z Club contains twenty
one members and meets twice a
month at Mrs Klhwatrlck s house
Every Monday the Z Club vlslts
nursing homes and takes goody bags
They supply cookies for teacher s
lounge and work with several
civic charitable organizations
Begky Hauser Catherine Spivey Kim Dominick Kristie Wilkins
59,-Wee Chairman Sr Board Member Jr Board Member Soph Board Member
Mary Ellen Meth vin
Theresa Allen Jahnieene Bryant Pam Freeman
sa Bussell Casel' Cassel Kelly Cooper -'HH Davis Julie Frazier
Z-Club holds a can drive during the fall for the needy.
Working at the Red River Revel is another yearly
project for Z-Club. Z-Club raises money for the Kidney
Foundation and they make food for a walk-a-thon for
diabetics, This year a Halloween party was held for the
kids in the children 's ward of Willis4Knighton Hospital.
Z-Club is a very worthwhile organization.
Mu Alpha Theta is a national honorary mathematics club. Its
members are dedicated students who have received their
membership by special invitation. Mu Ahaha Theta members
participate in area math tournaments and math bowls. Mem
bers meet once a month to discuss mathematics and relating
topics. Mrs. Weldon, sponsor of Mu Alpha Theta for the past
six years, is regarded as irreplaceable by both her Mu Ahrha
Theta members and the faculty
OFFICERS: Jeff Crow, Ron Gipson, Da vid Warner, Amy Doug-
las, Jason Gipson.
SPONSOR Mrs Weldon
TOP RO W: Liz Adams, Amy Douglas, Theresa Allen, .Iason Gipson. BOTTOM RO W: Jeff Crow, Da vid Warner Ron Glpson
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Home Ec Classes are designed to help indivi-
duals become acquainted with the domestic
form of life. Home Economics I emphasizes
clothing construction and basic foods. Home
Economics Il emphasizes diets, nutrition, and
studies of Textiles. Home Economics Ill em-
phasizes Housing, Home Furnishing, and in-
fant care. Mary Ellen Meth vin, Home Econom-
ics IV, along with Mrs. Dyess, the sponsor,
hosted a special banquet for the Board of
Trinity Heights Acad. This was her main pro-
ject for the year. C5ee page ISQ.
Home Ec. I Cbottomj Row one: Christi Tucker.
Angela Buckalew, Christi Metzelaar, Janet
Janssen. Row two: Tammy Burns, Missy Burns,
Lynn Cramer. Janet Nunenmacher, DeAnn
Craig. Home Ec. ll Cleftj Kelli Graham, Renee
Jones, Le'Anne Bonner, Alison Kirkham.
Home Ec. Ill and IV Cleftj Mary Ellen Methvin,
.lan Kilpatrick, Catherine Spivey, Wyndy
Wynn, Christy Holbrook, DeeDee Hope, Me-
lanie Wilkins, Angela McKinney.
Officers Ctopj Kelli Graham-reporter. Wyndy
Wynn-Representative, Mary Ellen Methvin-
President, ,lan Kilpatrick- Vice president,
Catherine Spivey-Program Chairman, Angela
McKinney-Historian, Liz Gorman-FHA Hand-
book Chairman, Knot picturedj Becky Hauser-
Secretar yf Treasurer.
Mrs. Dyess, Sponsor
Cfitandingj Pam Freeman, Dene Borbelon Gteadedj Mr. Harvey, Jeff
Luce, Tim Sallie Willett
CAboveQ Chris Morgan, Mrs. Owens, Brian Wreyford Troy Moore, Brian Brewer, Mimi
Golsby. Wyndy Wynn fpictured belowj Coleen Watson, Lisa Bussell, Heath Mitton, Joey
Porter, Mimi Golsby, Patrict Lowery.
The library staff at THCA does a
great job of assisting the librarian.
The staff does such various jobs as,
controlling the return of books,
running and delivering equipment, and
organizing books and cards. Besides
helping the librarian, the staff
members receive an education in
library science. They learn how to
catagorize books, use the card
catalogue, help students find books,
and learn everything dealing with the
library. The library staff members are
doing more than just helping the
librarian though, they're serving the
Sigma Alpha Chi is an organization
created for students who are
interested in furthering their
education in science. The club, which
is affiliated with the Science Clubs of
America, began its first year at THCA
by sponsoring the l983 Science Fair.
Mr. Ponder, the clubs sponsor, hopes
that, through the club, more students
can become aware of science.
OFFICERS-fAbove Leftj Sponsor: Mr.
Ponder, M. Allen, J. Crow, J. Bryant,
C Top Rowj J. Frazier, L. Bussell, S.
Larkin, D. Corley, T. Briery. C.
Morgan, B. Wreyford, T. Latham, L.
Adams, L. Zysek, K. Kamm CSecond
Rowj T. Allen, M. Wilkins, K. Dick, H.
Taunton, J. Janssen, P. Giddens, J.
Bryant, P. Freeman, R. Keen, B. Loflin,
C. Orton, P. Crafts C Third Rowj L.
Francis, B. White, M. Roberts, D.
Gorman, B. McDonald, M. Allen, K.
Dominick, W. Winn, J. Gipson, B.
Butler CBottom Rowj M. Atkins, S.
McClure, A. Douglas, D. Warner, M.
Kahre, J. Kilpatrick, A. McKinney, J.
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McGee. fStanding1 Mr. Ponder.
The vocal music department con-
sists of 262 students in grades
kindergarten through twelve.
Only 27 of these are members of
the Concert Choir drawing its
membership from grades seven
The Choir performed several
times during the year, chapel
services, Christmas concerts,
and spring concerts.
The repertoire of the choir is
wide and varied, including l6th
Century German Chorales, the
Baroque music of Bach, sacred
church music, the popular music
of the 40's and 5O's, and even
country western. A few select
members of the choir joined with
a few select band members to
form a Dixieland jazz ensemble.
Added to the Choir's schedule
this year was participation in the
LMEA solo and ensemble compe-
The i983 Concert Choir: pictured above,
Front Row I to r, Stacy Pickard, Sherry
Walls, Lisa Craig, Tracy Byrd, April Hunt-
er, Susan Strickland, 2nd row, Tasha Al-
len, Christy Vaughn, Jana Bell, Karen
Janssen, Alan Gra y, 3rd row, Beth McCul-
lough, Kim Barker, Andrew Yarbough, Ron
Gipson, Brian Wreyford, Mimi Golsby,
4th row, Coleen Watson, Chris Spain,
Ricky Dees, Randy Murphy, Steve Mc-
Clure, .Ioel Shilling, Hope Danford, Not
pictured: Lisa Francis, Mendee Allen
The IQ83 Speech Class is com-
posed of students in grades nine
through twelve. During the year
they studied public speaking,
oral interpretation, drama, and
One of the most exciting events
of the year was the two-day trip
to Baton Rouge, to see LSU 's the-
atrical production of Charles
Dickens' '24 Christmas Carol."
After the play the group was
treated with a personal back-
stage tour by one of the cast
members. Everyone enjoyed the
trip and looked forward to their
own drama production in the
The l983 Speech Class: L to R, Back row:
Brad McDonald, Chris Spain, Dene Borde-
lon, Mimi Golsby, Scott Tobey, 3rd row,
Bambi Lee, Jackie Morgan, Robby Keen,
Pat Greene, 2nd row, Christy Tucker,
Missy Burns, Greg Eason, Hannah Taun-
ton, front row, David McGee.
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Staff members: L. Bussell, D. Watts, A, Doug-
las, C, Cassel, and B. Hauser,
Becky Hauser, Manager
Football Program Staff
This year the football program staff worked
really hard. There was a lot of work that
went into the programs that you saw every
Over the summer they sold ads and spent
many hours laying out and designing the
program. But after school started there was
still a lot of work to be done. Of course, the
hard work paid ofi because the program
was a big success!
The staff members also wanted to express a
special thanks to Mrs. Kilpatrick for her
help this year as their sponsor.
Mrs. Kilpatrick, sponsor
San Allen, a 5 '4" blue-eyed brunette was
one of our 4 senior cheerleaders this
year. She was the manager of the Lady
Eagles and enjoys shopping and meeting
people. San loved cheering for the Eagles
because all the players and coaches were
so special to her.
Teresa Howard is a 5'4" blue-eyed blond,
with many interests and hobbies. She not
only cheered the Eagles on to victory but
participated in Varsity athletics as well.
Collecting ribbons and spending time
with her friends are two of her favorite
Our head cheerleader this year was Les-
lie Hutchinson, a lovely 5 '5 " brunette with
brown eyes. She enjoyed being such an
important part of leading our school spir-
it. Her favorite things to do are talk and
cheer. Leslie also collects mice.
Jan Kilpatrick is a lovely 5'2" sandy
blond-haired senior who said the best
thing about cheerleading is the fun of
being together with her friends. She loves
to cook and collect wicker fans. .lan also
fulfills the many duties of being Z-Club
president, so she is really a busy gal!
Kim Dominick is a 5'l" blue-eyed blond
who enjoys many pasttimes including
dancing, talking and playing basketball,
To her, cheerleading was especially ex-
citing at the football state championship
playoffs. Her other hobbies are wet paint-
ing, and swimming.
Sherri DuCote is a 5 '5" junior with auborn
hair and brown eyes who loves being
around her friends and cheering for the
Eagles. The best thing to happen to her as
a cheerleader was going to the state
championship playoffs in football. Sherri
also enjoys rodeos and wet painting.
Erin Evans is a 5'4" junior with auborn
hair and blue eyes, She loves cheering for
the Eagles, especially at away games, eat-
ing chocolates, and collecting Ziggies.
Erin says that laughing and goofing off
are two of the best things about being a
Wyndy Wynn is a 5 316 " brown-eyed bru-
nette who enjoys a cheerleader's free-
dom to laugh and talk. She also likes to
paint, cross-stitch. and be with friends.
Wyndy says that having fun together is
what makes cheerleading such a great
This year's cheerleaders were a
really fantastic group of girls. Our
school has seldom experienced
the kind of spirit and enthusiasm
that they projected, They put ev-
ery bit of energy and effort they
could into the games, the pep ral-
lies and in all the other "spirit"
activities at THCA. Their hard
work over the summer at the
cheerleading camp at SMU in Dal-
las. TX was rewarded with three
Superior ribbons and one Excel-
lent. They were led by head cheer-
leader Leslie Hutchinson, Cbelowj.
Great work, girlsll
This years varsity band includes forty stu-
a dents, ranging from grades seven to twelve.
These students were under the direction of
r Mr. Frank Hess, who was formerly band direc-
' This year, the band members learned the ba-
' sic fundamentals of marching, and marched at
t four games during the football season. Besides
playing at football games, basketball games,
and pep rallies, the band performed three con-
y certs including one at St. Pius.
tor at Parkway High School.
Several members of the band performed with
an All-Star group in April. Also, a stage band
and show band were formed to pro vide enter-
3 tainment at various functions.
DIRECTOR. Frank Hess
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KFRONT RO W2 C. Morgan, L. Glenn, E. Fullerton, J. Mayer, K. Barker, M. Bankard M. Golsby. CSECOND RO W2 P. Lowrey
Butler, D. Dempsey, S. Springer, W. Dempsey, J. Howell, D. Corley, K. Farless. C THIRD RO W2 B. Webb, J. Crow, K. Dick:
Anderson, M. Weldon, B. Woodard, S. Larkin. S. Ryan, E. Tompkins. CBA CK RO W2 R. Gray, J. Luce, J. Morgan, M. Kahre,
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One, Carol Baillio, Melanie Wilkins, Lynn Cramer, Missy Burns, Row Two, Tila Young, Angela Buckalew, Dene Bordelon, Samantha Mobley, Pam
Renee Jones, Stacy Brown, .lanet Janssen, Cindy Drake. Christie Tucker. Row Three: Sandy Stoudt, Paige Lewis, DeeDee Hope, Sonja Vice,
Tyler, Sara Brezina, Stephanie Moore, Kathy Kamm, Christi Metzelaars, DeAnn Craig, Hannah Taunton Row Four: Ashley Deckard, Tammy Burns.
Who bra ves all elements to go to the football games?
The THCA High Flyers. Along with the cheerleaders
they help to promote spirit within the THCA fans. At
the football games, the Flyers make the victory line,
and at Homecoming they perform a routine. Also
working with the High Flyers is Mascot, Alison Kirk-
ham. Shannon Rahm is sponsor of the Flyers. You've
done a great job, High Flyers!
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Colonel, Melanie Wilkins Captains: Stephanie Moore, Hannah Taunton, Sallie Willett.
Co-Colonel, Janelle Tyler
Louisiana Blood Center
Last spring, Trinity Heights had the opportu-
nity to help the Louisiana Blood Center with
their annual blood drive, All students seven-
teen years or older were asked to donate one
pint of blood in the spring of last year. Our
school did a terrific job in getting students
and their parents and friends to volunteer for
this cause. As a matter of fact, last year's
juniors C this year's seniorsj had the highest
percentage of donors in the school! The blood
center presented Trinity Heights with an
award for having the largest increase in the
number of donors.
The Blood Center is planning on returning in
the spring of each year. If you were not old
enough this year, plan now to show your spirit
and caring by supporting next year's blood
The Trinity Heights Christian Academy's
l982-83 High School Coaching Staff has
hehved to add new spirit to Trinity
Heights by making this the best year
yet. Our Coaching Staff includes Athletic
Director Merle Gore. Coach Gore has
taught at Trinity Heights for eight years.
He is the head coach of the girl's
basketball team. Coach Steve Horton
taught at Trinity Heights from l976-80
This is his first year back at THCA. He
is the head football coach. Miss Shannon
Rahm is the Golden Girl sponsor, the Pep
Squad sponsor, and the Cheerleader
sponsor. This is her second year at
Crightj Athletic Director Merle Gore
Coach Tony Bone is the assistant football
coach. This is his first year at Trinity Heights.
Coach Mike Cranford is the boy's basketball
coach. He was the assistant coach of the Lady
Techsters for one year. This is his first year at
Trinity Heights. Neal King is the gymnastics
coach. Mr. King teaches gymnastics to grades
Kindergarten through twelfth grade. He has
taught at Trinity Heights for eight years.
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White David Corley, John Davis, Chip Calhoun.
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Coaches Steve Horton and Tony Bone, after only their first year here
brought their team to state. Hours were spent planning and going over
each play until it was perfected Congratulations and thanks to both
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helping this year's team advance to
state. They are: from left to right, front
row, Brad McDonald, Jason Gipson,
Todd Latham, John Davis, back row,
Robby Keen, David Boone, Bill Farrar.
Jason Gipson was awarded All-State and
All-District for this season. Robby Keen
was named All-District, Whereas Brad
McDonald was named All-District on
the second team. Congratulations to all
the Junior players for an outstanding
Playing football must ha ve been quite an
experience for this year's Sophomore
players. All of them have established
firm places on next season's squad,
Doyle Dempsey was named All-District
for the 2nd team. From left to right.
they are: front row, Rickey Dees, Joey
Porter, Mark Patten back row, Heath
Mitton, Doyle Dempsey, Joel Shilling. All
our Sophomore players seem to be really
looking forward to next year's season!
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Malcolm K ahre-Sr.
Mike McDo well-Sr.
The 82-83 Freshmen of the Eagle team
redefined the name Freshmen. Their
hard work and determination distin-
guish them as the future leaders of the
Eagle Football Team. They are: left to
right front row, Chad Oswald, Darrell
Gorman Chip Calhoun, back row, Brady
White, David Corley
Frm Adga te-Sr.
Da vid Warner-Sr.
Randy Murph y-Sr.
Fourteen special people led our Eagle team this year. They are
lled Seniors. These Seniors played a key role in the
complishments that were made The were reat leaders and
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ud players are: Larry Janes. Mark Lambert, Steve McClure,
t Tobey. Rusty Pipes, Randy Murphy, Da vid Warner, Mark
ms, Ron Gipson, Tim Adgate, Chris Spain, Mike McDowelL
Luce, Malcolm Kahre. We 're going to miss you next year!
Managers for the Eagle Team
were Brian Hauser, Chris Gor-
man and David McCartney. All
three worked extra hard to
help both the players and
coaches. There help and sup-
'port were greatly appreciated.
A Very Special Thanks to Man-
agers of 82-83 for doing a job
Summer time is usually a time for rest, relaxation, or just having
fun. But for the Eagle Football team it meant long hours of
practice in the scorching sun. Twice a day all the players met at
the school. From 4:00 to 6:30 and 8.00 to IG3O they ran the
exhausting wind sprints and went over each play until it was
perfect. That took Dedication, for most of their friends were
either sleeping or spending their time at the lake. However, all
the hard work payed off when the Eagle team advanced to state.
It was rumored that this year 's team would probably not even go
to the playoffs. However, that was not to be the case. There
were I4 guys on the team that were determined to make this
season one that the people of Trinity Heights would Never for-
get. A few years ago the Juniors and Seniors of this year were
also the same players that went undefeated when they were in
7th and 8th grade. Since then they have improved remarkably.
The weeks of summer practice passed slowly but soon school
was to start. The dreaded morning practice was to be no more.
the 5-Star Jamboree, held at Cedar Creek, atgwhich our oppo-
nents PDA and Glenbrook turned out to be a little less than some
people anticipated. The season then started. Everything started
off with a bang. First, First Baptist, then Riverdale and Claiborne.
Glenbrook was to be next. The rivalry that had built up since a
former coach, Chuck Kelly had left THCA to become Head Coach
at Glenbrook was one that the team was looking forward to.
Especially since the cheerleaders put a sign to hang on the side
of the bus that read, "Coach Cupcake's Crew." That was not to
be the only satisfaction they were to have. With the record 4
and Q the Eagles soon made it 5 and O by defeating Briarfield.
The dreaded PDA game was not to be so feared after all. For the
first time in 3 years the Eagles were victorious! This game made
headlines for days. 7 and O?
That was not to be the case. Being defeated by Calvary was a low
point in the season, but they were still on top. Friendship and
Belmont were easily defeated. Cedar Creek, an arch Rival of the
Eagles, sent a funeral wreath to the Football players that said,
"Cedar Creek No. I". Needless to say, this made our football team
more determined to win. The cougars, however, had different
ideas, and our record dropped to 8 and 2. Now with the regular
season over, finals were moving fast. After defeating the number 2
team River Oaks, the Eagles were anticipating playing the number I
team, Riverside. All the newspapers picked Riverside to win. Once
again headlines were made when the no. 5 team beat the no. I team.
No one could believe that the team that no one even thought would
move on to the playoffs had beaten the top two teams and were
state bound. For the first time in the history of Trinity Heights, the
football team was going to state. No one could even begin to express
the enthusiasm of the players and all the students. Valley Forge was
to be the victim. Buses were arranged to take loyal supporters to
Amite to watch their team play. The spirit was unbeatable! Parents
of the players wore blue and gold shirts with their sons' numbers on
it. Balloons, were also a part of the excitement. Nothing could beat
the support given that night in Amite. The Eagles didn 't win state,
but they were still winners. And after every game, the players knelt
and thanked God for the game and for each person there. The
football team was not just a team, they were friends, also. When
someone was hurt, all were concerned. A very special relationship
was formed between the players and coaches. They didn't always
agree, but they stuck together.
From now on, people will remember Trinity Heights for football as
well as other athletics. Congratulations to our Eagle players and
coaches for their accomplishments. But especially thanks for rais-
ing the spirit of Trinity Heights and setting a new goal for all the
future teams. To the seniors, a special thanks for your determina-
tion and guidance for the rest of the team. We will miss you next
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I974, l979, l98Q l98l, l982, , . Why are these years special? What
makes them different from any other years in our school histo-
ry? Who made them special?
Well, even though the whole world isn 't turning their heads most
people in the state of Louisiana would crane their necks to see
the girls responsible for making these years special by winning
one first runner-up, and four state championships. Certainly,
they did a good job of making "winning " the name of the game at
Trinity Heights by forming the highly respected reputation of
our athletic program as one of the best in the state.
You may ask yourself who led these girls down the long, hard
road of success? Who kept them together when the going got
rough? Who is still leading today? The man 's name is Merle Gore,
who has had a lot of experience when it comes to winning. Since
coming to Trinity Heights, Coach Gore and the Lady Eagles have
an enviable record of 2l5 wins and 29 losses fprior to the '83
seasonj, which includes 3 straight state championships and a
Shreveport-Bossier record winning streak of 84 games.
Coach Gore believes in setting high standards for his girls and
can often be heard saying, "lf you want to be a winner, you have
to pay the price". He is joined this year by assistant coach Tony
Bone who also hehred to lead this year's football team to the
The girls definitely feel they are getting the benefit of the best
program and staff around. They also feel that they can uphold
the winning tradition at Trinity Heights.
Coaches Merle Gore and Tony Bone
Kay Dick Amy Douglas Kay Farless Teresa Howard
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Making decisions they know that will last,
Looking back satisfied into the past,
Reaching the end of their high school
Knowing we'll miss them so much next year,
The seniors step into the future . . .
Our senior players this year are outstanding
leaders, talented athletes, and best of all,
great people. As thoughts of them leaving
after this year come to mind, there's sure to
be a few teardrops following. Kay Dick 's dedi-
cation, Teresa Howard's determination, Kay
Farless' desire to win, and Amy Douglas' lead-
ership have all made the team special this
year for all the players.
Kay Dick, a starter since her sophomore year,
was on the all-state team in l982, and Kay was
one of the first players ever to receive the
Eagle Award as a junior.
All four seniors are also active in other sports,
such as softball and track. They have all main-
tained high grade point averages and some
have received academic as well as athletic
scholarships. As you can probably guess, Kay,
Teresa, Kay and Amy will be missed greatly
next year. But, as always, the team will live on
and continue to win.
And when they are remembered
Either laughing in the hut, or working in the
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this year's juniors in 7th grade, there are only
two remaining on the team. Out of the six who
played in the lOth grade, only two remain.
These facts were not meant to imply that the
juniors are part of a dying race! These facts
were were meant to illustrate the law of sur-
vival. No, the other eleven players didn 't die,
but their spirit and desire for basketball did.
Over the year's, this class has not been the
only one to lose players, In the process, the
ones who really want to play and really want
to work for victory remain. Since this year's
team is smaller than usual, there is no question
of any individual's loyalty. I Not to mention the
added space in the hutj.
The two remaining juniors, Kim Dominick and
Becca Golsby, plan to be next years two re-
maining seniors, With their dedication to the
game, next year's team can be nothing less
Freshman are excited because it's their first
year in high school!
Juniors are excited because next year's their
Seniors are excited because it 's their last year
in high school!
Sophomores - well, they're right in the mid-
dle. But this year, the Sophomores on the team
have created their own excitement. When
you've got a combination of Casey CasseL
.lanKFishQ Davis, Debbie Watts, and Debbie
Harrison, you can't help but sit up and take
notice. The whole team feels that practice
would be dull without them.
Two of the five Sophomores are starting this
year: Debbie Watts and Kelly Cooper. and
when Coach Gore wants good reserves, he
looks to the rest.
All of the sophomores plan to attend T.H. next
year, and continue contributing to the team.
This year 's managers are Alice Lynch and San
Allen. The team would like to thank them for
their help this year and let them know that
they are appreciated. Sometimes the manag-
ers are overlooked because they don 't appear
on the court. But what they do off the court
enables the team to operate smoothly, and
usually, with no problems. Keeping up with the
water bottles, towels, shot charts, medicine
kit, basketballs, and scorebooks all at one time
is quite a tough job.
lt's also the little things that makes a team
thankful for a manager. For example, an en-
couraging word during a time-out, lifts a play-
er's spirit and restores confidence. The man-
agers often heb the players out in other ways,
too. How many times have you seen the man-
ager rush to the dressing room during the pre-
game warm-up only to reappear with a pair of
shorts one of the players forgot to put on
under their warm-ups? Yes, little things count
in basketball, and the managers keep things 97
lt 's hard being a freshman. The dirty work seemed
always to fall to you. You took orders without com-
plaints, you're always last in line. you always had to
fill the coke machine and clean the hut.
Well, it hasn't been too difficult for this year's
freshman: Melanie Atkins and Kristi Dick. Actually,
the whole team loves them. They seem to have that
'Tresh" attitude that can't be mistaken.
As the freshman grow older and eventually lead the
team, the attitudes, personality, and traditions of
the upper classmen are passed along to them. Me-
lanie and Kristi are eager to move up and become
Call it courage. Call it guts. Call it desire. There are many names for it,
but what is it really? This undefinable quality that makes a person put out
that extra something just when it seems there is nothing left to give?
It takes courage merely to stay on the team. It means willingness to
suffer. to sacrifice, to work harder than other teams. It means you ran
the plays a few more times, practiced the foul shot a half-hour longer, it
means you got home a little later, a little tireder, a little hungrier, and
with a few more aches and pains. It means you ran the last sprint as fast
as you could even though you felt like you'd run forever. Maybe you
thought it wasn 't worth it. Maybe you considered not trying any more or
just quitting the team altogether. But you didn't. That is courage.
It takes courage too, to become a champion in any sport. It not only
means you played better, it means you played harder, sacrifieced more,
practiced longer, ga ve more of yourself, and had more courage . . . guts
A winning tradition at Trinity Heights was started ten years ago, and
reached a peak in i980 This sucess was not accomplished by accident.
To play good competitive girls ' basketbalh much preparation is needed A
player must devote many hours and days to practice.
That's where we come to this year 's team: a group of I3 young athletes
and 2 coaches striving toward a goal-never to give up. Says Coach Gore,
"l have never coached a team that hustled and tried as much as this
Whether it 's taking an easy victory. or playing three tough games in one
da y, the Lady Eagles ha ve the desire to pull through on top. You could call
it a "burning desire to win." by: Becca Golsby
l Baseball And oftball I982-83
ack row Q Tim Adgate, Rusty Pipes, Larry Janes, Ste ve McClure, Mark Lambert, Scott Tobey, Pat Green. C Front rowj Rickey Dees.
on Gipson, Lisa Bussell-Manager, Mark Allums, Brad McDonald, Scott Tabler
he I982 baseball team, coached by Buddy
a yes, and Mr. McClure, was nine and one dur-
ng their regular season. The Eagles won in dis-
rict over Plain Dealing, but lost to Glenbrook in
he quarter-finals. All district players include:
rad McDonald, Gary Gill, Mark Allums, Mark
ambert, and Steve McClure.
n district Mark Allums had the highest batting
average, and Steve McClure was named co-
Most Valuable Player.
Last Year's softball team coached by Merle
Gore and Dickie Gibbs, had a difficult season. In
the l983 season, however, the girls plan to im-
prove their record.
l98 Varsity Track
The l982 varsity girls and varsity boys both placed 2nd in district and 5th in state. They did a great
job and had an outstanding season.
Teresa Howard, Kay Dick, Becca Golsby, Kay Farless.
Standing: Tim Adgate, Larry Janes, Ron Gipson, Greg Corley, Jerry McClain, Seated Chris Spain, .lasnn Gipson, Jimmy
Roberts, BJ. Davis, Not Pictured Rusty Pipes.
dergarten through tenth and was instructed by Mr. Neal
King, pictured above left. The program is strictly recrea-
tional and does not participate in gymnastics competition.
However, the students are instructed in the use of the
trampoline, bars, floor, and mini-tramp. The classes are
designed for fun, safety, and skill building, and they pre-
pare students for a future in gymnastics.
This years gymnastics program ranged from grades kin-
A thletic Banquet
The l98l-82 Sports Banquet was presided over by
Athletic Director Merle Gore. Dale Brown, Louisiana
State University's head basketball coach was the
guest speaker. Entertainment was provided by Trin-
ity Heights students Mimi Golsby, Kay Dick, Teresa
Howard, Greg Corley, and Da vid Hoffpauir, Mr. Kim
Student Coaches Tim Tobey and Mike Whitler intro-
duced the members of their Junior High girls' bas-
Three Eagle Awards, two Outstanding Player
Awards, two Most Valuable Player Awards, and one
Spectator Award was presented.
above, Athletic Director,
right, Most Loyal Supporter
left, Guest Speaker
below, Eagle Award
below, Eagle Award
above, Outstanding Track
left, Outstanding Defensive
below, Outstanding Offensive
Football Eagle Award
below, Most Valuable Player
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above, Student Coaches
Jr. High Girl's Basketball
Tim Tobey and Mike Whitler
above, Most Valuable Player
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And now, here it is! The l983 FHA Style
Showl On February IQ i983 the l982-83
Future Homemakers of America present-
ed a style show featuring the Home Ec.
students and some of the clothing that
they had made during the year. The Style
Show was presented to the girls in grades 8-
l2, teachers, and parents. The emcee was
Mrs. Dyess. The Style Show also featured a
luncheon prepared by Mary Ellen Methvin,
The luncheon included a Baked Potato with a
choice of shrimp creole or cheese sauce top-
pings, a combination salad, chocolate delight
or lemon delight deserts, and iced tea. Much
thanks to Mrs. Dyess and the FHA students
for doing a spectacular job,
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We would like to welcome to THCA five
new faces. These people soared to new
heights with the Eagles during the second
semester of this school year, They arrived
in time to participate in the Mardi Gras
activities. WELCOME TO THCAI
Barbara McCartney, Sue Glenn, Patsy Spain, and Linda Gipson, the "boss ladies" of the M, geldon BH-d THCA 5 mggf Valuable man
Behind The Scenes . . .
Mr. Seldon Bird has been the custodian and maintaince man for THCA for the past
three years. He came to THCA after the sudden death of Mr. Buck DuBose in
November of l98Q Mr. Bird has many duties that he has to perform daily to keep
the school running efficiently and smoothly. He arrives at 6:30 am each day while
most of us are still asleep. He then begins the tasks that get our school ready and
rolling for its customers. Mr. Bird works year round, keeping all the lawns mowed
and the buildings in good repair. He has done a great job for us and we hope he will
be here at THCA for a long timel .
The lunchroom staff this year has been a terrific group of ladies. For the fourth
year in a row they have provided many of our students with good inexpensive
breakfasts and lunches. The manager is Mrs. Sue Glenn. Barbara McCartney,
Patsy Spain, and Linda Gipson also work in the lunchroom where they all share the
various duties of running a "short order kitchen".
The lunchroom has special meals each week commonly called 'plate lunches"
which feature a hot well-balanced meal. They also prepare salads for the faculty
every day except Wednesday, fusual plate lunch dayj. Set up and funded by the
P.T.O. the profits are used to improve the school. Last year the profits went to
provide such things as banquet tables, record players, televisions and athletic
equipment. Thanks a lot, gang! We really appreciate it!
When deciding on a school to send their children to, parents
often look at the teaching staff first. They are concerned with
the kind of instruction their children will receive, and at Trinity
Heights, they ha ven 't been disappointed. lf you ever walk into
Mrs. Terry's room when her desk is piled high with papers and'
yearbook work, don 't fail to notice the sign on her desk which
was given to her by a student. It reads: '34 cluttered desk is a
sign of genius."
Apphia Terry has been with our school for eights years, and has
been teaching for thirty. She has seven children, eight
grandchildren, and her husband is pastor of the First'Southern
Methodist Church here in Shreveport. She has served on the
federal grand jury, and as conference-wide president of the WMS.
She also teaches at her church and holds a degree in religious
With all of this, you would not expect Mrs. Terry to have time to
teach Jr. and Sr. High Bible and sponsor the yearbook, but she
somehow does. Mrs. Terry influences over one-hundred students
per year at our school, and many more at her church. In eight
years, she has helped to shape over a thousand young lives, and
she is greatly appreciated.
We would like to dedicate the .lunior High section of the
yearbook to Mrs. Terry and her husband who supports her in all
that she does.
Miss. State, Centenary, Delta
State, Sou, Miss,
John David Martin
Science. Jr-Hi Coach
Sou. lllinoist St. Louis Univ, Penn State
Colorado State Univ.
Stephen H. Ponder
LSU-Sf La. Tech
South Western Baptist Theol.
.l. Robinson Tinsley
Centenary, East Texas Univ.
Univ, of Alabama: Univ, of
La. History. Am. History. Bible.
Apphia G, Terry
Bob Jones Univ.f McGill Univ.
SL U5 Auburn
Jr. Hi h
The Junior High SGA is an organization which
has as its purpose the development of student
leadership among the seventh and eighth grad-
ers. Members take various responsibilities for
the betterment of our school. Among their re-
sponsibilities are the keeping of the Junior High
quadrangle bulletin board up to date and the
keeping of the Jr-High Quadrangle clean. For
this latter activity all students from grade five
through grade eight are assigned to "clean-up
duty for a period of one week. At the end of the
week, these students are encouraged to scrub
the tables and make things ship-shape for an-
other week. These young people hold the annual
election for the officers of the ensuing year. The
activities of the year are closed with a banquet
or other special gathering to install the new offi-
cers and to honor those who have worked dili-
gently during the year just completed. For the
past three years, the students have tried to
make TRINITY HEIGHTS A MORE BEAUTIFUL
PLACE IN WHICH TO LEARN.
Josie Johnson is President of the Junior High SGA. She is an,eighth grader.
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Mrs. Apphia G. Terry. Sponsor ,ni
Shelly Gipson, Head Cheerleader Seventh Grade Officers: Missy Bankard-vice-president, Wilford Dempsey-President
High SGA. C Front Row 1 Josie Johnson-president, Scott Ryan- treasurer, Stacy Pickard-Secretary, Mendee Allen and Bridget Bahm-co-editors
Those absent included Macy Flash and Allan Gray,
High SGA leadership includes: CFront Rowj Stacy Pickard - Secretary, Scott Ryan-
, Mendee Allen-Co-editor Mini Notes, CSecond Rowj Bridget Bahm- Editor Qi
Allan Gray-First Vice-president, Josie Johnson-President. Knot pictured Macy Flash-
f5econd Rowj Neil Carlisle, Brad Dominick, Damon Strother, Alicia Reid, Martha Spivey, Stacy Hood, Keith Fenner, Ben McCullough,
. 1Back row2 Michelle Byrd, Tammy Anderson, Wilford Dempsey, Karen Atkins, Hank Johnson, Brad Batte. Melisa Greening, Missy
Eighth Grade Officers: Brad Dominick- vice
president, Michelle Byrd- secretary-treasurer,
Neil Carlisle- president,
The THCA 4-H Club is a
community service organization.
The members participate in
projects for the good of the
community. The club meets once a
month to discuss past and future
projects for the betterment of the
individual and the Community. Mr.
Charles Metzger is the 4-H Club
sponsor. Their motto is: I pledge
my head to clearer thinking, my
heart to greater loyalty, my hands
to larger service, and my health to
better living for my club, my
community, and my world.
The 4-H Club members would like to thank Mr.
Metzger for his time, his help, and his support.
Officers: fleft to rightj Chairman-Susan Stickland, Treasurer-Brid
get Bahm, President-Jana Bell, Secretary Michelle Byrd Vice Pres:
dent-Scott Ryan, Reporter-.leff Lynn
Row one: Emily Ryan, Paulette Dukes, Jana BelL Mark Weldon, Jeff
Lynn, Scott Ryan. Row two: Susan Stickland, Stacy Pickard, Shelly
Shirley, Meg Kirkam, Kellie Daspit, Laura Goad. Row three: David
Cook, Martin Sloan, Liz Clemence, Bobby Reid. Row four: Mr.
Metzger, sponsor, Michelle Byrd, Bo Vice, Ron Clemence, .lay Hin-
ton, Allan Gray, Bridget Bahm.
Jr. High Football
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COACH. John Martin
C TOP ROWQ D. McCartney, C. Howard, E. Dunn. S. Douglas, H. Johnson, J. Harris, B. Batte, CSECOND ROWQ J. Howell, K. Patterson, N.
Carlisle, B. Hauser, R. Allums, W. Dempsey, J. Graham. KBOTTOM ROWQ Coach Martin, M. Flash, B. Dominick, C. Gorman, M. Weldon. T.
Oliphint, S. Ryan, B. Webb.
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The .lunlor Hlgh Boy s Basketball Team
coached by .lohn Martln I the one ln the mus
tachej has both the potential and wlll that a
good team needs Under the leadership of
Coach Martin they learn not only the basics
of basketball but excel ln every aspect of the
game These young men give their best work
for the best and expect only the best With
that determination who can doubt them
Picture below Ctopj .lamle Dow David McCartney
Hank Johnson Lyn Eason Stuart Douglas Brad Batte
Craig Howard fmlddlej Keith Patterson Randy Allums
Brad Domlnlck .lerry Moore Nell Carlisle Scott Ryan
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CIirl's sports is becoming a popular thing, es-
pecially basketball. This Junior High girl's
basketball team is a prime example of the
kind of sport which can encourage excite-
ment and enthusiasm. Coached by Tony Bone
and Merle Gore, these girls are showing the
initiative that takes people to the top, and
you can expect to see these girls starting on
the varsity team in just a few years.
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Knutson and Tony Bone CSeatedj 5 Terrell T
Attaway L Meyers J Johnson M Byrd B Bahm 5
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On March 362 l982, the Trinity Heights eight graders left
Shreveport to tour Louisiana. They brought back with
them many lasting memories. Caj The trip was long and
tiring but the students were so full of excitement at the
things to come that they never even noticed, Cbj The
teachers and chaperones had many opportunities to con-
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the overall success of the trip.
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I982, a very happy but exhausted
group of students.
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the most enjoyable part of the whole
occasion. While on the trip, the students
saw Caj three plantation homes, museums,
and Bourbon street. They visited New
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Ccj They took a steamboat ride down the
Mississippi River on the riverboat the
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finally caught up with the students on the
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teacher, and one counselor made the trip. One
student said the most memorable part of the
whole trip was Avery Island. Another said that
it was jumping up and down on the step that
contained the name of the state that they most
disliked while they were at the State Capitol
Building in Baton Rouge. While still another said
that the most memorable part was visiting the
shops in the French Quarter. All in all every
student agreed that the trip was a lot of fun
and a great success.
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Being a teacher is not easy. But, this
years teachers are special. They
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write, and some will be able to read.
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Ben McCullough, Don Drake, Wayne Pickard,
Bryan Doles, Ben Miles, Tom Poston, Keith
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Glare, Dan Walters, Nathan Mimms, Billy
Moore, Don Drake, Clint Hutchinson, Brent
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THE RI TZ BOUTIQUE
For All Your .lunior
And Missy Fashions
That which we look on with unselfish
And true humility is surely ours.
Even as a lake looks at the stars above,
And makes within itself a heaven of stars.
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GOLDEN PA TRONS
Compliments of Mrs. Spain, Mrs. Glen, Mrs. McCartney, and Mrs. Gipson
Here's to a great Senior year!
Compliments of Wilton 8, Sybil 'Kilpatrick
Good Luck to the Gipson kids
Compliments of Mimi 5 PaPa
Good Luck Eagles!!!
Archie, Pene'and Paul Coplen
Compliments of Dot S Troy Moore
Best wishes for the future
Compliments of Donald Barkley
Compliments of Lem 5 Demetria Dial
Compliments of Amador, Guilbert, Ken 5 Pam
A National Shirt Shop
'34 Daisy A Day" Florist
l525 N. Market
Compliments of North Highland Hardware
Good Luck Eagles
Compliments of the Doyle Drake Family
Breelahd Texaco Ryder Trucks
l9O0 N. Market
Compliments of the E. T. Tobey Co.
Good Luck Seniors. ll Tim. 2:15
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' Best Wishes
Robert 5 Donna Pennington
To the Seniors. The world will step aside for a man
or woman who knows where they are going.
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There is unrest in the forest . . .
I982 . , . The Year ln
l982 was a year that stirrdd and intensified the emo-
tions of the world. One moment would be full of happi-
ness while the next we would be saddened or outraged.
In l982, we laughed together, cried together, united,
seperated, complimented and complained. We watched
as technology increased our productivity and efficien-
cy, and as conflicts tore apart not only cities and build-
ings, but people as well. We sat and watched "E. T.
phone home", and we clenched our teeth at rising un-
employment and inflation. We endured the football
strike, claiming to never watch a game again only to
find ourselves in front of the television watching the
play-offs or the Superbo wl. l982 was a year burdened by
the problems of the world, but aided by the intuitive
reasoning of profound people found across the globe.
We want to take one more look at a year that played an
important role in our lives and in the lives of those to
follow . . . l982.
Technology invaded the homes of many people as an estimated
three million personal computers were sold for use in homes and
schools. Utah doctors implanted the first permanent artificial
heart in a human. Made of plastic, this device may someday save
thousands of lives. The NASA Space Shuttle continues to demon-
strate the ingenuity of our scientists, and through its performance
while orbitting the earth, we realize we may not be far from the
ultimate space technology that was only dreamed of before now.
One of the bloodiest wars between Israel and the Palis-
tinian Liberation Organization CPL O2 in Lebanon took
place in l982. The Israelis rolled to the outskirts of
Beirut and bombarded the city with artillary and gun-
fire, forcing the beaten PLO to withdraw.
Eight thousand miles away, Great Britain fought an
improbable war to retake the Faulkland Islands, off the
coast of Argentina. After seventy four days of fighting,
the British retook the Island, and Argentine President
Galtieri was forced to resign in the face of defeat.
The Soviet Union faced a new change in government
after Leonid Brezhnev died of heart failure at the age
of 74 in November. Yuri Andropov presided over a
faltering economy, diplomatic difficulties, and other
problems when he took office.
About twelve million American workers were without
jobs by November of l982, as continued lay-offs in the
auto, steel, and machine-tool industries pushed unem-
ployment to IQS
In a bizarre outbreak of poisonings, seven people died
when they swallowed Tylenol capsules laced with cya-
nide by an unknown killer.
Wayne Gretzky put together an unbelievable hockey
season, and was named sportsman of the year. Sugar
Ray Leonard, one of the greatest boxers in the history
of the sport, retired when a detached retina hampered
his performance. A major death occurred in the ring
when Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini fought Duk Koo K im.
Boxing fans everywhere where shocked when they
found out that Duk Koo Kim never recovered from that
fight even after two and a half hours of brain surgery.
Steven Speilberg created and produced what could
easily be called the best movie of l982. "E.T. a movie
about a homesick extraterrestrial, broke box office re-
cords and "E, T. phone home" became the overworked
phrase of the year.
"The Who", a popular Rock and Roll band, gave their
farewell tour, and Keith Green, a Christian Rock singer,
died in a plane crash.
l982 was the year we paid 40qt for a coke, 53.50 for a
movie, and anywhere from SI5.-S50 for a pair of blue
On the local scene, John Hussey became 5hreveport's
new mayor, and Bossier opened its first shopping mall.
Wayne Smith, a graduate of Trinity Heights, became
the starting point guard for La. Tech 's men 's basketball
team, though only a freshman. Here at T.H., we spent
time listening to all kinds of music ranging from that
played by KMBQ to that of KEPT. Arcades became an
important part of many of our lives, and Burger King,
the official hang-out after football games. "Time" mag-
azine topped the year off well by choosing a machine
for the man of the yearll
A Final Word . . .
The events of 1982 that shaped the future of the world
are all important, yet it would be quite impossible to
name them all. Even the smallest detail of the year
probably produced great changes throughout the
world, and altered the course of history by a significant
degree. It has been said that those who do not study
history are doomed to repeat it over and over, but by
learning from our mistakes, we can continue to go on to
the greater achievements of the future.
"These dark days will be worth all they cost us if they
teach us that our true destiny is not to be ministered
unto, but to minister to ourselves and to our fellow
Franklin D. Roosevelt
We of the Aquila staff have attempted to record an
accurate history of this school year that reflects the
uniqueness of our culture. We would like to dedicate
this edition of the Aquila to Mr. Cecil Owens, and Mrs.
Win Owens. We feel that they are two of the main
reasons for the spirit and success of this year. We
would like to thank them for the things they ha ve done
and wish them all success in the years to come.
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