Vandebilt Catholic High School - Campus Light Yearbook (Houma, LA)

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Q2 M 5556 Faq' XQBYQ X 35 t - qs SX? EW' Qs Ti K if V Sv , LQ wg Q22 W jp? A' f QQ Q S3 k vig W5 A0 'g,,Q'- my 5525? 5 fy X S Qqwif wg 2 ff Q 355 22 wfwfwwf ga , W ff rf Q9 of f, f- WQWM W -ggfy 6 . NU ' H 4 Q W J X JDM Jw G5gif5T?Q YUM' Q! jg 'J Qpgkwy gi 9442? 2932 W 255' f ,Q B Qbkgilgb fi" jg, A . bww ,ff X 14 65YMi ,xw fefiiff Af Lfolrgf 2 mp DX fm w jf 1968 CAMPUS LIGHT VOLUME 2 PUBLISHED BY: CAMPUS LIGHT 977195 VANDEBIIJ' CATHOLIC HIGH HOUMA, LOUISIANA W' I am the Torch of Knowledge . . . the eternal FLAME OF WISDOM . . . in- spiring faculty and students to strive for the highest goals in life . . . I arn the SPARK OF EAGERNESS possessed by students with the qualities of, character, leadership, and scholarship. Studentsea- ger to lead, follow, and think for them- selvesg individuals eager to share knowl- ,edge of things past and of the future . . . YI 'am the BLAZE OF GLORY, forl pro- 'ducei theqincentive in boys and girls to playuin competitive sports, upholding the purpose of Vandebilt, "For the Greater Honor and Glory of God" and the school motto "A School of Character in a School of Champions." I am the GLOW OF FRIENDSHIP, a smile, a tear, a helping hand when there is work to be completedg an honest and sincere person, one of true character achieved in an atmosphere of the highest quality . . . I am the LIGHT OF PROGRESS, advancing for the better- ment of the individual and searching for progress in the future . . . VAMTHE TORCH OF KNOWLEDGE, FOIZIAM VANDEBIIJ' CCYTHOUO HIGH ix 4 S-352 22? 333 CSD -L., 1 4 ADNUNlQII2A11ON AT!-ILEIICQ . . . seo AND FAGJUY...I0 f ff"o'iiE51ZIr2AnoNQ AND A ...IS4 LIFE . !!!!,,,2f!f, , f jfff XV-V,I?d ,,,f-- " fig' MX! xFEN...98 lNDEJ6...2I7- WY,,,,.,,,,,-----""" ' V .,.,-,,- '- 8 h IN MEMOELAM MB. EUGENE IZOEICHAUPC Known to everyone at Vandebilt was a man with whom the word spirit has become synonymous. Pro- jecting an image of their ideal, he carried the Ter- riers in his heart at all times. Working, with a pur- pose that was an expression of pride, he became a sym- bol of character. Looking back over the years, it be- comes evident that his deepest concern was for Vandebilt. He impressed upon us the importance of obedience, consideration and loyalty for use in our lives. The accumulation of these qualities has built our foundation for the future. With the deepest admira- tion for this great man and with an appreciation felt throughout the school, we, the Campus Light Staff, proudly dedicate our book to Mr. Robichaux. ifd"'.'!'?Y 49 il 5 I Il lily' 'ip X , 5' X 2 af 3 655' 5 1 22 49 fr rf X W. ,B r- E - 1: H:-3. 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This by the students and conslderatlon so given. Vandebilt's "teacher" in the of the word. i fQ., .. '31 1 gm Werfzziamaa My Jawa 209 South Hollywood Road Houmo, Louisicno 70360 Dear Seniors Three years have gone by since you first set foot on these school grounds -three years marked by many changes: school construction, ground im- provement, church practices, school name, personnel. However, the great- est change has been generated hy you and your classmates-school spirit. Your willingness to cooperate, your enthusiasm at school functions was noticed and appreciated by all, especially me. Your spirit represents your character, personality, education and reli- gious training. Carry this spirit with you wherever you go and above all, remember what this spirit stands for. Come back often to see the Brothers, Sisters and your other former teachers who will be interested in you in the future as they have been in the past. May the Sacred Heart bless you and your every undertaking. Sincerely, '- TI-IIZOUGI-I DISTINGUISHED ABILITY 3,1-,,f,.x,,,1,t,g5A I , - SISIEIZ MAI-ZYJOI-IN. M.S.O. GIRLS' DIVISION R . I m. :,g 8 .. , , ,, X . 4, .. sf an gi, .. .ir . 5 , 1, , xv -f, K ' ,K V 'I I BIZOII-IEI2f BEIGE, S.Ca BOYS' DIVISION KNOWLEDGE INQTILLED 5 . E y ,A G if 3' SISTER MARY MELANIE M.S.C. it 'QKA +A ', Librarian. ' Q., ' H 35 - . COACH s. P. LaRUSSA 1 ti ' ,' Eighth Grade Homeroom, Civics and Driven ' V Education, Football, Baseball SISTER MARY ROSE ELIZABETH M.S.C. Sophomore Girls Homeroom, English I and II, Speech, CSMC Moderator, Debate Coach. MISS TRACY DUPLANTIS Louisiana History, Eighth Grade English, Theology, Junior Red Cross, Youth Government for a Day. MRS. MYRIAM KENNEDY Physical Education. COACH TOMMY THOMPSON Biology, Health and Physical Education, Football w. rg-gr MR. STEVE KENNEY, JR. Vice Principal, English Theology, Joumalism, Commander-in-Chief of Punish Hall. MR. .l UDE LAPEROUSE Senior Math, Bookkeeping I INTHEQWLEOPAMAQTEEJ BROTHER JOHN DONOHUE, S.C. Senior Homeroom, Physics, Advanced Math, Theology Eng- lish, Student Council Sponsor and Golf Team Sponsor. MRS. LAWRENCE X.. , Physical Education, Cheerleader Sponsor. 3, , X SISTER COLUMBA, o.s.B. .t I Junior Homeroom, Algebra II, Geometry, Algebra I, Religion. , " X f f BROTHER JOSEPH AUTIN, S.C. ? "1 ' g.,..f Algebra Il, Geometry, Theology. , L H MRS. RUTH H. ROBICHAUX -- 8th Grade Homeroom, 8th and 9th grade Science, Guidance, Drill Squad Sponsor. SISTER MARY MICHAEL, O.S.B. ff K 'A' Religion, Civics, Reading, 4--H Moderator. L 3' 9. Q "53"'i5W ilfliff :' 'L gf' ii' ' , V, Q IGM MR. YVES M. VERRET Senior Homeroom, French Il and III, Latin I and Il, Spanish I, Religion, Student Council Moderator, Youth Seminar Moderator. SISTER JACQUELINE MARIE, S.S.N.D. Sophomore Homeroom, Clerical Practice, Bookkeeping, Typing, Theology, Sodality Moderator. I5 UNDEPSTZXNDING ANU PNIENCJE SISTER MARY SYLVIA, M.S.C. Sth Grade Math, General Math, Theology. SISTER MARY MAGDALENE, M.S.C. Senior Homeroom, English IV, English III, English I, Yearbook Advisor. MRS. GUSSIE FLETCHER Freshmen Homeroom, Home Ec. I, II, and III, Religion, MR. LUTHER E. FLETCHER Junior Homeroom, 8th Grade Science, Gen- eral Science, Biology, RE., Coach-Jr. High and Varsity Football, Sophomore and Varsity Basketball. ' :I ow., if-1-at "ef "A p A i , if iu f i r: BROTHER ALFRED, S.C. Junior Homeroom, French I, English II, Theology I, THE TERRIER Advisor. SISTER M. EDWARD PAUL, S.S.N.D Senior Homeroom, Theology, Chemistry, Al- gebra II, Student Council Moderator. f V 3' it ofa' Q, MR. JEFFREY J. VAUQUELIN, JR. A, 3 ff Advanced Band, Director of Instrumental Music. I WITH ENCE yv'-L' 'ff'-'ll w MRS. CAROL BOUDREAUX Junior Homeroom, American History, World History, English, Prom Advisor, Cheerlead- er Co-sponsor. MR. F. TRAVIS LANIGNE Eighth Grade Homeroom, Biology, Algebra I, 8th and 9th Grade Basketball. COACH GERALD ALBERT Physical Education, Basketball, Football. MR. JERRY BOUDIER .lunior High Band Director. MR. ELLIS LaROSE Freshman Homeroom, English II-l'V-IV Hon ors, Drama. MR. JAMES MARRELL Louisiana History, Reading, Spelling, The ology. 485 '. . 4' " ,.. A Q 'wx .L ' 5 , ,. d COACH MELVIN SPINELLA A T Sophomore Homeroom, World Ceogra- . 42,4 S phy, Physical Education, Football and ' - Track Coach. Qfk X ' 5,,f I Sophomore Homeroom, World History, American History, 5 x , 'Z 1 'Sf a. ww.-Q. 'lt 1-WN. ' Nqffimssmmw wa. val-4.14:-. any E WWW ., tix- cruise: " sw I, , iz J 5' 'gn '- 2 K: fr mfsw z- fs -W . 2. 2?eif'315iS1f3i' Ttfiks .5 K 'ig ini 2 14 1 132222 'If N? K Q 4 1 f 5. 'ef ix lysis f f ' R - --wmffi if -ff I 3 Q-ff' Q We FN. 1-JJ . iw. V V -,lily-I . r l . I g An organization, Working to- ll! r 1 1 ward a common goal, is a fun- .damental basis for a society. At Vandebilt, whether your interests are political, social or economic, the activities all center around the student . . . everything is geared for the in- dividual. Clubs serve as foun- dations to build character, de- velop leadership and create a sense of responsibility. An or- -.ganization offers the student the opportunity to grow. Spank EAS-ERNEQQ I9 .3 Qi, -I nm :,,,x.I .. LEADERSHIP ABILHY . 'il H PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT TREASURER Chris Guidroz Liz Landry -Il1dY MCIUUYC Tl-IROUGI-I STUDENT MEM' AE Wqrxfif 1 f,?.J',5'..' vi f'Mr,,,4.f 32,5355 rffjgy lf-",s?Ngg1x4f 5.34 f 31.fa-:4Ltf91j:'zfff:zQtf, 2"1".zfe,1?'.r5QTQ4r-?'nf1?!a?2"1?iTa'a44?4t',:f,-riiibiiaki e?gf:??ii 2 if 1-'Af 5,-2',4ff'."f"?,fir if ,f Af, f , f V W 5' 'Q ' ' 1' " ' L' ' 'N47' .Pail 4 5.3, ffzirfff' 1' :'3"??'f'.?f?fF9"i,a'a' .5f??f3'?7f f ,f if 1 f 1 lx X- 1 if IR fi f 2 f s 9 T K A E, I J. . 7 ' E ,,.5x.". ' f 1 R Jeff J - -fi? 'f ' - '.1.i.zT' 2' agtfj C my 1?,4' b y 4.5 , Af Q A-1-11 T7-'E' ft3'f1 ff fi V: -, 'zil gfg 1 -3 . ,K ,, ,vf Kg x J 'Q Qi, RECORDING SECRETARY CORRESPONDING SECRETARY MODERYATORS Joan Jackson Emic Robichnux Mr- Mxffet Brother John Sr. Edward Paul HW EMENT urolamg B I 113 91115: , si A , t -L D . , 'f,1,,,e,,.1, -is it 4 J ii E si E' ai 9 '. fr, it 1 The Student Council has proved to be one of the foremost organizations within our school. The pur- pose of the council is to promote the individual needs of each and every student, thereby encouraging co- operation, unity, and spirit. Representatives are chosen from each class for a threefold reason to present to the council the opinions of the student body, to promote these for the better- ment of the school, and to develop them in such a way that they appeal to both the students and the faculty. The student council should be considered vital in the forming of a first class character, and this char- acter should be found within every school. A school of character, in a school of champions then becomes our own. OF THE QTUDENI' TI-IE SCHOOL 1 'isa '1 -:wb . . K A ' it qi?-'R Q -Q . . 4 x 1 xpwvwr' 23 ORGANIZER ou: Acnvnv X' PPS- g ' 1 V r 'X' X x b ' . - x x EY .5 .2 . ,gi 1' gg I 8. in 3 N , . if 12' 71,2 33, . " " . ' 12' 5 k' it 4 A " -' .. 5 1- 1' 5 ,af 1, W: , -gg v. Q- ,L ,gf .I 4 5 I , , '-' ,xr QPIPII' QOAI-ZS I-HG-H 'T' SHERRY SVOBODA . A ,A '-4.3, ,vw V, Aw 5 N, LANDRY JT' S. 4.1 ,.!,:,.,.r. au, PEGGY MELANCON Al' VANDEBNI x Q' , ' 13 4 4 i L ' 4 ,gif + -l, , 1,11 Q Xi lp. t we free L12 xl a s - .t 2'f!'A: BECUE 'a his e-'W' , TIE xL 5 i ,, rw fd N. X 'V JEANNIE . 1- :Y?. WURZLOW M- gm r . i ' '3 .. . - 5' l X . - .J Q The Cheerleaders have done outstanding work this year ' Q ' P' l vivaciously boosting the mighty Terriers to victory many kv . l . . . . . . , x N times. The unusually 8XC1l1I1g and sp1r1t-filled season began F cf: W during the previous summer when the girls placed third .. V' ' 1 "f'.f'W , 3' ' among 4.0 groups and won one second place and five first A ' 4 F ' ' ' " " 'A i place ribbons at Cheerleader Camp. tai' ,,,,,,,,,,.., W As the season progressed they represented the undying R Y spirit and support of the student body. The first to dis- ! play their vigor and pep in the brand new Terrier stadium, x 1 they never tired of cheering the boys on to an undefeated XX N A l regular season. ' A l For a change 1et's give a cheer for the V.C.H.S. Cheer- , H V,,, . . 1 leaders! CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS 27 ENOOURAGEMENT TI-IE QIDELINE Pep Squad Co-Captains are Nona Nyssen, Connie Del- Buono, Sylvia LeBlanc, Mary Milton, Truce Nyssen. Throughout the year, a great part of the spirit of the Terrier Team has been the Pep Squad. These people have shown their loyalty to the team by attending of town, and by voicing the games in and out their appreciation to the winning team. Our thanks go out to the Pep Squad. The .l.V. Cheerleaders are Carey Svoboda, Rhoda Guillot, Dehhie Henry, Felicia Cuidry, and Arabella Deroche. ,A as - . if J .vp A J: X ..,' , 6 ., 1' ' I' Q. I gg., Q f'9'4f?4"fvf' 1 Haw! at 3423 Ei ea Y yt "1-.Wu 3: 5:5 yfyra, Q w. A, ,QI ij- VJ ' AP -, as I I 2 lvl X A ns T' ' 5 G Q . 'f' 5' yi, .' 'lf ' -' QW 'iii . ' a if f 1 6.1. 'fiesta-'lit if"-s A , .vw ., , - Y . ' 1 1 p N7 1 , ,HQ- 7 'r f A , Q'-'ff we A fa-f, i 1 A' L l' S,-,.i e"" if.::',t.,,....'1-area-'ears -. Q gf 'gy-'ge a Q. w . , , ' in A -. fx X ' I ' varmer.. .ffl -K ' W 4' 3 2- " 4 iw' ii' ' "aj, tr-.":.'Q"s W . 1 T p K K fi w,lpQ.,w,i,li. W A , . A if 5 9C?,-in. M39 .3 uf li ahh We A STEP IN TIME QAVEQ NINE The Vandebilt Drill Squad has completed an- other year of marching activities 'under the guid- ance of Mrs. Ruth Robi- chaux and the leadership of Stephanie Ellender. "The Footnotes", march- ing across fields of vic- tory, have the reward of a job well done Our compli- ments to the Drill! ustephanie, if you don't sell this candy, you won't get a new uniform. fb st If.. 511 'Qi The Drill participated in three parades this year. IQ " The Vandy majorettes from left to right are Lisa Hunger- ford, Danette LeBlanc, head majorette Carolyn DuBois, Claudia Luke, Patsy LaRose, and Georgette Keen. Long hours of practice reflect dedication and school spirit. Q NEWH1 The new band director is Mr. Vauquelin. The Vanclebilt High School Terrier Band is experiencing its second year of musical achievements. The many awards won by the band have proved that the musical ability of its mem- bers is outstanding. The band has giv- en many performances in the true Ter- rier spirit. The Terrier Band in concert is a memorable experience. A WAY WITH WORDS ..ge,, ,'..,,:. , Z. pu -I1 .1 'ivy " -.4.A'L' -.Ju Sister Mary Melanie with l1er co-workers, Liz McElroy and Emily Barrow. Sr. Melanie is a constant worker to kee our li- P brary in order. Through the sheer dedication of Sr. Mary Me- lanie, lVl.S.C., our library has become one of the better school libraries in the parish. Her assistants, the members of the library club, work with her to bring it up to the standards of a quality library. The library is equipped with the books needed to help you with your school work and with any extra re- search material that one may need. We would like to thank the people who keep our library so effi- ciently. "Q p-A s Liz points out the word but Emily has other things on her mind. QEPMOE WITH Sodality Officers are Linda Avet, Agnes Haydel, ,lean Lasseigne, and Paula Crochet. 1' Mft-w-V--'.-pwvfvf'-vf-'fr W J' it t . is? NF' Officers of the CCD are ules Bone David Broussard, : J y , Mike Scurto, and Mitch Thompson. Organizations for the promotion of mission education among the Catholic Youth of the U.S. are the C.S.lVI.C., Sodality, and Con- fraternity. These organizations promote knowl- edge of the work of the Church and train young Catholics in apostolic action and thought. Mem- bers put forth their finest combined efforts to secure the recognition of the standards of Christianity, and the observance of the moral teachings of the Church, in the civil, economic, and social life of the entire world. With the President, Jeannie Tumer, the CSMC Of- ficers are: Harriet Chauvin, Toe Patterson, and Chris Picou. THOSE WHO CAPE. Do unto others. The Red Cross and Paramedi- Rgznigihogliiidglidogrffs'Rhggsscrggscyeaigg cal are willing and ready to put into action the Chauvin. words of the Golden Rule. Q vw- Y If Candystripers do voluntcvr work at the hospital nn the weekends. The Vandebilt debaters got off on the right foot this year when they won first place and fifth place at their first tournament. After making several outstanding showings in other tournaments, the ball really began to roll at the District Debate Rally where one second and three first place titles were captured, The debaters went on to state, where they made a fine showing. They qualified for the Tourna- ment of Champions and represented Vandy at its best. We hope that you will concur with the af- firmative in stating that our debate team has a lot of which to he proud. MAKING Ti-IE BEITEPJ BEST ,M e' 'WT' i Q 4-H officers are: Phil Junot, Shannon Taylor, Judy Wiemann, Mary Ida Junot, Pat Shexnayder and Mel Collins. The 4-H club represents a will to work and a heart to help others less fortunate. It creates opportunity in education, fields of nature, and home life. The members also assist in the beautification of our school grounds. Generally speaking, 4-H is the devel- opment of our young citizens of to- morrow. Q..- 4-H Members win honors. 3 Because of honors won on Achievement Day, Shannon Tay lor and Philip Junot will attend the National 4-H Con vention in Washington, D.C. Looking on is their proud spon sor Brother Joseph. AOCDIZAOK BI-ZINGQ O NNY The '67-'68 Terrier staff. Sylvia and Brother Alfred apply print to page. As publications of the Terrier are com- pleted, we see the strenuous efforts put forth by the Terrier newspaper staff. Un- der Brother Alfredis direction the Terrier has informed the school, of activities and events concerning all members of the Van- debilt student body. The newspaper has become a most vital interest to the fac- ulty and students of this high school. Louise, Margaret, Kathlyn, and Sylvia add their words of wisdom to the Terrier. "Are you sure about that Louise? GH Tl-IE PRINTED PAGE n he x win 'FNs.,,: .535 aa, V, ,Q Slyvia gives Brother Alfred, 'LThe Terrier" advisor, a pointer. The Terrier lineup includes, from left to right, Lawrence Degate, co-editorg Kevin Wiemann, sports editor: Sylvia LeBlanc, no-editorg Kathlyn Keife, associate editor, and Louise Strada, asso- ciate editor. 'Q ,'r, ' 'Wi-.' Q. G8 "Now l'll tell you, Sylvia . . . " 37 QHZIVING 'IOWAPDQ T STEPHANIE BERGERON Classes Editor and DAVID BROUSSARD Index Editor NITA KENNEY Literary Editor BRENDA CLEMENT SHIRLEY GAUTREAUX Sports Editor Typing Editor QEFWITI-I CONFIDENCE Armed with paper, pencils, and rulers, the yearbook staff of '68 completes another year of laborious activity. Earlier in the year our personnel began to muster their forces in order to bring their pa- trons the best in the printed page. Tried and true, hopes undaunted, the staff has persevered through days and nights of endless toil to achieve perfection. Staff of '68, we salute you! 'Q S1 '4 lu 'L '..,'L Q . Q- - E , M , ,V 'X Q ,P x K fig M' ANNE CROCHET MARIA DUPLAN us rdm in cmef Art Editor SISTER MKRY 'NIACDALENE wi s C Adu of MELANIE MARCELLO CAROLE CHAUVIN Busme s Editor Layout Editor SALLY LAPFZL Photo raphy Editor fm , R: .4 21, ' - Q " ffgfiiff I, 1', .W xii? . N in if Bs .,, A, . fzfviig 'x a ie? ...A WF' A TIME TO PEMEMBEI2 A symbol of years past held out for the future. The boys' mood reflect on the importance of the rings. S 1 A solemn moment for the Senior girls is the offered blessing of Christ. Chris recognizes the cnallenge presented with the blessing of his ring. TI-IE. QENIOIZQ GOAL IQ FINALLY PEACI-IED Allyson and Mike-in the spirit of things. With heads full of ideas and hands full of wheat paste, the Junior's ring through. Romettra argues a point, Mary Lou looks up to it, and David re- serves comment. The BACKYARDS supply the music for the Senior Ring party. OUR GIRLS COMPEIE FOIZJUNIOPJ MIQQ 1 . ,KW f,r.11s7'in1g,. t ' k ,. 1 ar- 1 Eg'-'f'fq'..'Ef.52" . . . ' V W sgzfxg-', 41 .-.- , 1 '-te Competing for Junior Miss is one of the greatest pleasures that can be had by any senior girl. Eligibility for entrance includes a high scholarship average, personality, talent, poise, and appearance. Each girl is interviewed by the judges before hand to discover her Outlooks and opinions, and this way is given a chance to reveal her desired goals for the future. In the words of Harriet Chauvin, "it was a whole lot of fun. I got to meet new people and make new friends. Through this experience I found a betterinsight into the world of participationf' Vandebilt was represented by Stephanie Ellender, Jeannie Turner, Liz Landry, and Maria Duplantis. Maria was chosen fourth runner-up. Brenda Slocum, formerly of St. Joseph Benedictine, also participated. All girls agreed it was a rewarding experience. 1967 RODEO OO 3' ,V .' ,J jf.. I - J' Sherry Svoboda receives second place honors in Rodeo Contest. MELANIE MARCELLO, 1967 RODEO QUEEN .E "f ll L P' - 'g A we I ,arf 'E g Allyson Acosta Jeannie Wurzlow Q W "-ve 4. F f -, ' gl: 'E :, , Y 'M lr +1 A ..i'if-'- EN 5 - il , Fran French Nedra Mazarac A FIEPY QPIIZU' Juniors grab first place with their winning hand. The Freshmen fly into second place, A flaming highlight rewards the efforts of all. x- X , ' 2 .x bool' it yi, X Seniors drop an anchor at third. Sophomorcs scare up a fourth. ENKINDLED BY COMPETITION Footnotes stand in honor of a winning team. s.,' Liz Begue, Homecoming Queen of 1967, is crowned hy Jeannie and Peggy clear the way for the mighty Terriers President of the Terrier Club, Mr. Laque. ',1f"f?iM 'f 'g iw' ' Wi The Homecoming Queen and her maids, accompanied by their fathers enjoy the Terrier victory. Tl-IE QENQGTION OP HOME-COMING The 1967 Vandebilt Homecoming Festivities began explosively with the parade and bonfire starting from the Terrebonne Bank. Floats, march- ing units and decorated cars came to a halt at the VCH gridiron where the team was honored with a spirited pep rally and bonfire. The Terriers earned a 33-0 victory over the Ascension Bullogs the following night. The Court with Tommy Wright and Liz Begue, the reigning royalty, was presented at the Home- coming dance. The music of "The Different Parts" created an environment of satisfaction for. all pres- ent. At 12:00 the music was over and everyone went away looking forward to the excitement of next year's Homecoming activities. I A A' Nix M!! N 17 ig! ,i ,A 'Ya : M ' ,V KWQQXX t ii ,ffl iiixkilki' . if 1 tx X . EQ TW X. i l I . 1967 I-IOMECOMING 4' 453' .,, jx., we-A4-Af' Y 5: , . 5. f Q X ,? :fl f 1 A .. ,,. ,.f X ,Ii ' iff , '6 - if 'A QT "gI1'? 0'g a r-?-gg if 1 ff' f : W- I 1 V ., , i. 1 ' fl I , ' ff' f . -b ,Q I ' iw, I X I df. T .' -3" ,aff N2 is I ' 'M . , fwfr,-. . , ff ff? , u'5,Q'-I 9535, . I I 'Nz' ' rf: QUEEN MISS LIZ BEGUE MR, TOMMY WRIGHT KING MR. GREG DOIRON MISS LIZ LANDRY MR. TOMMY ST. MARIE MISS MARIA DUPLANTIS MISS HARRIET CHAUVIN MR. RUDY GUIDRY MISS PAM McLAUGHLIN MR. FRANK PORETTO MR. JOHN FARRELL MISS STEPHANIE ELLENDER MR. GEORGE POPAY MISS PAM DUPLANTIS MR. MATT CHAISSON MISS CAROL WRIGHT MR. ROBERT JUKES MISS BRENDA CLEMENT LEADERS Chris Guidn-oz!Student Council Maria Dup1antis!Yearbook 1, my 's " T ,wr mm,-. l S Sylvia LeB1anc!Newspaper Truce Nyssenfijep Squad KQWW xxx.. , 'M 'fr f M , ""f3'. 1. A: 5":f1f',"--j".J :w x , M N"'f1w1f. ..33.2'fQLv::r5,5, ., 'bor ff' ' 'frir-.'1':1'rQ' al 723SHff1J+2ifh-L ff m. f Fv,-'nwqi , .. :fu '- Vrfslsgvzg I 4 , ' f 5. .MQ-.,f,5. , W QQ l Stephanie EllenderfDrill Squad Mike Scurtofffonfraternity Linda AvetfSodality Phil ,Iunotf4-H Jeannie TurnerfC.S.M.C. Liz Land1yfCheerleuders Melanie Marce1lofSpeech Jeannie Wurzlow receives 2nd runner up in the Miss Teen Houma contest. Vandehilt Students place in Catholic Daughters Poetry contest. 'O Tl-IE TEIZIZJEIZ SPIRIT These juniors were accepted for Early Admission at Nicholls and USL. Lawrence placed in French, Cindy in Spanish and Jimmy in Latin at the state rally .3 5: "' S 99? Y? The newly elected Student Council officers. APJEWAI 2 x Isa , 4 T These girls placed in the top 1011 in the National Education Development Tests. Vandebilt Students place at Nicholls Rally. 58 ING .X tg.-1. 5 Debate team wins honors at USL Rally. 'H' fm-'51 , V A ' L,-f"j . k , XM4 lx i i 3 Beth Ernie and Ernie Rohichaux receive a trophy for their inter- Randy and Willie achieve honors for excellent speaking pretation of "Barefoot in the Park". abilities. 59 TER!-ZIERQ OF TI-IE MONT!-I Mary Alinda David X Chris Cuidroz Tommy Wright X Liz Begue V Mike Robichaux X Joan Jackson NX 3 X Clifton Giroir X Harriet Chauvin Maria Duplantis X Randy Alfred 60 Mitch Thompson X Liz Landry jx X, 4 .. Emie Robichaux X Ann Harrison X lx xl-V I Charles Lee X Melanie Marcello 'tile VANDEBI LT IZOYACIY AQCLNDQ E The Winter Formal, held on December 30, was a festive gathering of majesty and sorcery woven into the theme of Camelot. The grace and chivalry of olden times was manifested in the portrayal of a rustic castle. Encompassed by pines, the vision created an easy contrast to the simple elegance of the royal thrones awaiting the presentation of the Spirit Court King and Queen. The royal members were among ten couples first nominated, according to classes, by members of the faculty. After secondary eliminations in homerooms, six couples were presented from each class. From these, two couples were chosen .for the court, with a third couple from the Senior class as King and Queen. Their presentation included a solemn procession of court representatives, and the newly crowned Teen King and Queen. And, as all good things must end, the evening came to a reluctant close towards midnight. The enchantment lingered pleasantly in the minds of those who had at- tended. A CLIMACUO MOMENT Brenda and Timmy honor the Junior ideals, Teen King and Queen, Ricky and Carol. The climax of the evening was the crowning of the '67 Spirit King and Queen-Greg and' Judy by last year's King and Queen, Jimmy Mire and Jane Lee Guidfy. 1Qev mn' Miss IUDY McINTIfiE Q i , Queen V V MR. GREG DOIRON King L 1 J 25 Q 3 5 as Z' 5 E Q ii .. 5 as sae ", ii 531 5 3 E 5 if ,.. 5' sr EE E Sophdmgkgg g ' L 1 H 1M n. B1LLY.,K1'NAnu , MISS NQNACNYSSBN' .V fn x 50Ph0f115r2S MR: ROBERTMELLENDER Miss PEGGY .MELANCON QENIOIZQ' CHOICE- fiuli Ricky Kosier and Carole Chauvin, chosen by the Seniors, are truly Junior ideals. ,, Junior ideals come from high plaoes. qx The crowning moment, Carole and Ricky become Queen and King. OOD IN A CHANGING WORLD Z f -1 s Guest Speaker-D. COLEY JOSEPH Qwiiii ..O. :""' -v if . .rm W H . Q lvl lsr'-.su aovERuu1l'cNN.Nf Us U The annual Youth Seminar was held at Vandebilt this year in conjunction with Brotherhood Week which is sponsored by the National Council of Christians and Jews. Representatives from the five high schools in the parish were divided into six discussion groups of various topics. Much was done during the year to extend the work of the patriotism group. A parade and program were successfully held due to the enthusiastic response and cooperation of all. The success of the Seminar first became evident in the enthusiasm with which the representatives took part. And because of its success, the spirit of brotherhood has once again become alive in all of us. The group leaders were: Judy Mclntire, Maria Duplantis, Randy Alfred, Chris, Guidroz, Melanie Marcello, and Emie Robichaux. Sister Edward Paul and Senior girls prepare refresh- ITISIIIS. A NIGHTINTHE LIFE OF DOG PNC!-I Y The Barrow gang pause for a smile. Cary plans on making a call. The Second Sadie Hawkins Dance, spon- sored by the Sophomores, fashioned the typical style of Dogpatch. The court, selected at the dance was, Ma Yokem-Mary Ann Trapp, Pa Yokem, Roche Ourso, Lil Abner--Barry Blackwell, Daisie May- Janice Bergeron. The Backyard supplied the music. Father Time, Mel, kept the moment magic. CMG LEADERS OF TOM - TODAY Mayor ...... City Marshal .. City fudge ...... Alderman-at-Large . Aldermen Ward I .... . Ward Il Ward III . . . Ward IV ...... City Attorney .... City Clerk ..... Fire Chief .......... Chief of Police ......... Ceneral Superintendent . . . Director of Recreation .... Business Manager ........... Supt. of Light and Water .. . Supt. of Parks and Sanitation Supt. of Water Distribution .. Supt. of Sewage ............ Supt. of Electrical Distribution Supt. of Gas Distribution ......... if .v ,, . 1 . ,, A- .. .1 I I Ni M 2 ' 1 .I B f'-' t 4 ' +- ,. . .. , i .. . Chris Guidroz . . . . Randy Alfred . . . . Mike Flynn . . . Mike Ellender . . . . . ,lohn Farrell . . . . Brenda Clement . . . . . . Mary David . . Lydia Foucheux Stephanie Ellender . . . . Mitch Thompson . . . Mike Pellegrin . . . . . . Liz Landry . . . . . Nita Kenney Stephanie Bergeron . ...... Celeste Martin . Pauline Fleming . . . . . Robert Jukes . . .... Judy Mclntire . . . Frank Smith . . . . . ,lohn Walker . . Mike Thompson Campaign managers of State Party Maria and Kevin, narrate the tale of Vandywood. "-kgs. ,, Chris leads the way. Caught in the act are five freshman girls who tried out for varsity cheerleaders. 04,3 ,,,... ,,,11.. , .., W .f . fe U: if-mnr 2' M ig, 8 f'-ff"1fM'f5Q Quai' Cheerleaders for the 1968-1969 school year are from top to bottom: Jeannie Wurzlow and Sher- rv Svoboda, Seniorsg Peggy Melancon, Charlette Williams, Juniorsg Connie Ledet, Nancy Cenac, Sophomores. NEWLY TEPRJERJ B 1 ALn.,, , 9 -A Trying out the Drill Squad motto, "Eight Between the Line." 1968469 Drill Squad Leader-.loan Jackson 7I 'You mean I ain't granny's Nell?" LONG PEACITCJE ,U-I M The cast Balcony Scene are: Sylvia LeBlanc, Celia Houtz, Kathlyn Keife, Ann Herraghtyg Fran French, Jeannie Turner, Lawrence Degate, Billy Thibodaux , David Broussard and Bobby LeBouef. si I l W x 4 '4Granny, what can I do?" ,, i 19" "See, here Logan, you'1l starve before I raise your PHY!" PLAY A surprize in appreciation for Mr. LaRose. 5 n 4'You do trust me, don't you, Vera'7 "What did you say?" 'cYou know that's not true." .1 . A'Down,on your knees." i X i in 02 EQ A0 vm Qi' , MN 'jj A V0 5K . ZH :J 'Q ,W M V vids!! qw f ' '99 'yn X95 ' . -,J .x - Ng gf ss s fm? 11-IEYOUTI-I OF11-IECHY Guest speaker for the patriotism program was Alec Gifford. N E I Topic of Rev. Harrison Mart We Trust." PPJOFEQQALOVE-OFCOUNTPY Ruler ofthe parade-Uncle Sam. The program opened with a flag ceremony performed by the Tigerettes. UU, P I Armed forces men lead the parade. Cheerleaders join together to boost the spirit. fi 7 The Spirit of '68. 75 IQP The trophies stand in proud display waiting to he awarded at the Vande- bilt Athletic Banquet. s George Popay receives an award for Most School Spirited. '6How do you spell Pe-air?" 76 Danny LeBouef receives the Bishop Schexnayder Award for his outstanding scholarship, leader- ship, character and athletics. Jimmy Rau is awarded a trophy for being the hardest worker on the track team. Greg Doiron receives a trophy for Most Valuable Lineman. 30121 AJOB WELL DONE. John Farrell receives the first Eugene Rohicheaux Memorial ' Award for outstanding sportsmanship. Clifton Ciroir receives the trophy for the Most Valuable Basketball player. Mike Thompson is presented with the award for Most Valuable B-3595311 Player. The award for the Most Valuable J.V. Baseball player was earned by Fritz Rau. Trudy Nyssen is presented with the award for the Most Athletic Girl. Vic Sevier receives the award for the Most Val- uable J.V. Football Player. 77 Carol Beth works out at the hop. F ': 'lfifzinx i,1?!". 2411333 in., . ,J - 'ffm H i 1 si Q' n. If se y . V .1 - . 1 - A . ""' K ,....,.e ' - The Freshmen shout their victory. PEHTION INT!-IE "Come on and waddle with me." Shirley, Harriet, and Jeannie lend a hand. "Really Mrs. Kennedy, you know sun glasses don't impair my vision." DP FUN AND EJCCITEMENT " , 5 Q.-. Q , ' 'q 2' A . ' V " Zig? Q'fs7ff.'fgf. H tgvf, 'f - 'L as 3' -4 W at f 'sm A i . it 4 S M . , f , 1025. JM ' M ' ' -gg, wfiggg -WL'-Vp! will -- ... -2 ?1'."'5, ' , . '- -.-N ' 1 .-. -P -1' l"'53 r'55?ff?M?"1. 'f's'w5"i'f . if Li? -5 1? :fi "Pk Q v.1Gi-a'9"i2"'f'-is-gfkt' s. Q - 11 we .. Aa ,. say, ,e-, ,. 352 1 ' L , " i ze ' g,3,,,. s'z-?'X- s,,"3f'f5 FW .qi i '. ..f1.. 3 : ' .."ig'-hm. av',ge',1'is2je-'25"'f+?.g'2igfs'+,-"'f4,Qs5' ,r.i, , . , .,, ., ,Q 5 ,ga ,XJ v ,. 'asf-fsflcws. '-+fM.f,.,t., - i-i'f3I:"'S'-6L,i v FIELD DAY RESULTS Freshmen . . . . 73 Seniors . . . . 71 Juniors .... . 66 Sth Graders . . . . 56 Sophomores . . . . 50 E i Moving right along, Nita passed it to Stephanie, Stephanie to Celeste, and Celeste moved it right along. "Will all those who have first place ribbons please sit down? A if It 'gCome on Sophomores pull, the winner gets Sr. .lac- quelinef' 79 1 STEPHAINE ELLENDER BOYS' AND ' 43' tix . , . , Kc f?i51zita'L.,f, " 5? .4 Q ata it .ww ,asp A fit? '21 ' ig : rt or -f ,Q fa 9 + ' ,igjrh get if H e, f .ilsf Ti" sf A Y .1 "VLC" 'W -3 ,, .' af' i fi if :Jig 'iflfi f'z.i1: . . ffrpf 1 ' . A ' 5 fir xl: ':i3fV 6 ' :A t YT 7' 4 2 E U- v ,iw ,, . Q . s if 3 f! ' 55,9 . - .' 2' - r r :I if fe le' f 5 se JOHN WALKER MARIA DUPLANTIS Every summer, students from the state of Louisiana come to- gether to learn, through active participation and experience, the various functions of State Government. Through enactment of the duties assigned them in their elective officers, the partic- ipants prepare themselves, as future citizens, for an active role in the leadership of their country. Pelican State was held on the Louisiana State University Campus in Baton Rouge during the month of July. MIKE PELLEGRIN 8I 1 QENIOIZQ PLY POUND Junior efforts reached their peak with "A Small World." Senior personalities capture the scene as they dance through our small world . sig if pi L x . gs Senior personalities lead the promenade. A A 3 x w 'Q 4 kj if-Q' r 'fs f, 3 b b S sV i ,V S, - z e as 1 1 :Q f ' sif- cgg ' if' " 5 ., I , 'S fs! Junior emcees, Sherry Svoboda and Charles Lee, introduce the Senior personalities. Parents and students look on as the Senior Personalities are presented. 82 El Baro was one of the places visited on the small, small H-IIZOIJGI-I OUIZ WORLD The Junior girls added to the festive mood by smgmg A Small Small World Liz and Chuck pose for a picture during the prom festivities. fills iii! QOPHOMOPEQ KID QENIOIZQ - A greeting for the Seniors. Seniors enjoy a Sophomore showdown. The annual Senior breakfast, given by the sophomore class, was held the morning of graduation at Yot's Steak House. The theme, Happy Trails, was brought out with an old West saloon as a back- drop. Providing atmosphere were saloon girls, cowboys, and "rip rolling" music. The M.C.'s of the Breakfast were Jimmy Rau and Shannon Taylor. "Whoo, Whoo l H School days of the past were brought out in the entertainment theme, "A .lourney Back to Hap- py Timesf' This was followed by special entertainment provided by the Sophomore chorus girls. The end of the breakfast came with the singing of "Happy Trails." 'IPAILQ The typical saloon scene. Reminiscences of Senior participation in the 19661967 Vandy Talent Show. The grand finale of the entertainment was the singing of Happy Trails ,V x ,, , .,1,,,', 'fvQr's-4r,Qr13.f4g,,'f,,'e,,.Fr1Q1, "g'bN.L11,,' 1, 45 3 'S' fa. :fa M ., fb The Senior boys prove attentive to the Sophomore chorus line. 85 V u A FQ, BEQTAU- AROUND MOQTWPIOAL QENIOIZQ JUDY MOINTIEE- IZOMHTRA VOIQIN TIMMY SIE. MARIE MIKE FLYNN MOQI' SCHOOL QPIPJTED MOST INTELLIGENT 'HZUOE NYQEN KAHE PELLEGPJN GEORGE POPAY JOHN FILLING!-CAM all MOST LIKE-LYTO QUCCEED LIZ LANDRX C!-H219 GUIDIZOZ 88 MOST MARY-LIKE MARY DAVID MOQTAPOQTOLIO LOUIQ BOUDPEALDC L, MOST DEPENDABLE FFPJENDLIEQI' QI-IIRLEY GAUTREAUXJ LYDIA FOUCHEUXJ JOHN WALK-E121 MIKE ELLENDEPJ wwf, fr fa IN 1 . S z 3 fri: I I :E,'1W4?? ?,,1gl: .4 g.5igl:3Zif J f. :Ziff 89 09 F' "1" , H .. gz,a2.,,. A ' W - 3' 5 .:- MOST T711-ENTED MOQTN1-IELEIO ANNE CRJOCHE' TRUUY NYQQEN GREG DOHZON TOMMY WIZIG-I-H' N N 90 iifml BEST CITIZENS WHTTEQI' ANN HARRISON THEEEQE CAILLOUEI' PANUYALFEEU JOHN QC!-IOONENBERG Q11 FRANCIS DE SALES BUYS AND GJIZLQ' SCHOOL QHAPING A POLISHED In 1870 organized Catholic Education was brought to Houma, by the Marianite Sisters of Holy Cross. The name of this first school was Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, but in 1879 the name was changed to St. Francis de Sales Academy. Boys were enrolled in this school in 1890, and by 1918 the school facilities had become inadequate. In this year the boys were transferred to a building near the Church. fhe completion of St. Francis High School for girls in 1950 was another important step in the progress of Catholic Education in Houma. In 1952 the Brother of the Sacred Heart took charge of the boys' division of the school. For fifteen years the Brothers used the century-old Academy of Point Street. Even though facilities were poor at the Boys, school, St. Francis became well known for the excellence of education it gave its students. Honors, both scholastic and athletic have brought St. Francis the proud title of 'School of Champions." 'In 1965 another school was opened. This school accommodated both girls and boys. Now the tradition of Catholic education can he housed in a fitting ultra-modern building under the name of VANDEBILT CATHOLIC HIGH. NA school for Char- acter in a school of Championsf' remains the aim of our school. limit. .. .Q r Q-1: 'F '- "-'Q-.5-4:14 r '33 'ta-ff-.mvf.: 'Qhtff 'n"33If'Fwfi.i I W? sg4f?5"5:::2Zj :gi , If a Wi-fa 'xw.,,. b- 2' 'T :'?'ai?g A t -M-f" s2xf.:.e3ffe,fi'3???3A:e:sw,1 f VANDEBILT CATHOLIC HIGH as '-ies? ai J? Q , H , M r 1 9 9,6 as i .Y , I On the top of the ring is a blue stone encircled by the name Vandebilt Catholic High School. The stone itself has a gold 'AVN for Vandebilt. In the second year of Vandebilt, the Senior Ring symbolizes many things. Predominant on both sides of the ring is a Crusader, a symbol of the search for truth and right thru God. On the left side of the ring, the head of a Crusader is encompassed by the date 1968. Below the Crusader is the Cross of Salvation and beneath the Cross is a banner on which is writ- ten "In Hoc Signo Vincesf, This phrase, translated, means "In this sign we shall conquer." ' 4,6 SK? .Q 5 13 ll we X gpm MIB! I fa 3? 4 ? ,. me Q 5 gx Q A t il f I : ,E Q Z is Q-.E an 1- we to 2 4 t' 5 L f v a , X S" ,fig V, A if e 1, 4 ,QI X xg G If-at What the ring means to the Seniors is rather hard to explain. It represents twelve long years of hard workg many disappointments and successes. These were years of study, of fun, and of competition. The ring represents the old and the new. The end of twelve happy years and the beginning of many new ones. The ring is a symbol of new freedoms, a new life, new experiences and new friends. Vandebilt. W ll pgf l Iv , 1' Q, 'I me The right side of the ring is dom- ' 6 g Q!-:E 5 ,,Z inated by a Crusader holding a shield. ' 'i S E' Tr? In the upper right comer is a d0ve- 3 Q y the Holy Spirit Who dominates the C9 spiritual life of the students. The sym- ' hol of knowledge is in the lower left ,V Q H lx corner, signifying the academic activ- , ity offered by the school. Through the ii, 05 NA L middle of the shield is a banner on fi ni'-Q fl which is printed TERRIERS. This car. W! . 1 ries the name of the sports division of N' I THE PEOPLE BEHIND TI-IE QOEN ' W ,Q-Ta 1- , 1 fw' is ,... lm R ' , . X .1 l K'What do you mean we fixed the wrong dinner?" 3' ' MRS. J. JUNOT-Financial Secretary 5 4' W ' ff z Q ' ff' J.. ,1 ,I Q' .P 2 The Ladies n L...- MRS. R. MATHERNE-Recording Secretary KEEP Tl-IE ROLLING , A-A?-fi Mr. Lasseignel moves out to move the cars parked in the circle. the Rectangle Table. 'Q stty, .glint ii MRS. KU RTZ-Cafeteria Manager Zi, an E , Y e EE Y 2 r V. iii I 1 22 zazswgf 5 Z' E g , l i "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but paper will kill me yet." 97 ,gf z if at 1 1 gy ummm if V , i Presenting an ideal for the I lmderclassmen, the graduates 5' have established a standard for excellence in leadership, de- gypendability, loyalty and under- Iwi'-standing. Each class must come through the ranks, gaining fi aturity and responsibility, it!! il it reaches the status of a lltiggraduate. This road is long V Xifvnd hard, but the merits and gtiqtewards brought out in triumph in failure make the jour- igfti-Sliey Worth its weight in gold. ' K .viii Lt ,. me u 5,1 ,Lil 11,2 it-H .v , .. 3? rt! li ',': ,S if Vii mgw o ff X' V Q, ge" r Tlw Glow FRIENDSHIP TODEEAM 1 3 ...4-nn! R if xg 1 DIANNE ' ADOUE Yearbook 4 gSMgI 1, 2, 3, 4 ep q d 1, 2, 3, 4 , co-cagllain 3 Paramedical 3, 4 gaudy Stripers 3, 4 5 ,QF cud t C '1 f jf P w:rk,hsg"am ,M , f C , If .1 ONELL AUTHEMENT Yearbook 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill S uad 4 fl Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 co-captain 3 Paramedical 3 Candy Stripers 3, 4 LIZ BEGUE Newspaper 2, 3 CCD 1, 2 CSMC 1, 2, 3 Pep Squad 1, 2. 3, 4 4-H 1 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Queen Spirit Court 4 Civics Club 1 l00 -..W :ar X vi 5 '42.'1',',f"T7 21'51?2i..1 H5 ES l -...parm-Q at 'E 4 5' .a , .4 Q "AWA" RANDY ALFRED Newspaper, Associ- ate Editor, 3 CSMC 2 Debate 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1 Rally 3, 4 Nicholls Early Ad- missions 3 Student Council 1, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Speech 3 STEPHANIE BERGERON Yearbook 2, 3, 4 Editor 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1 Paramedical 3 Candy Stripers 3, 4 Science Fair first place THE IMPOQQIBLE DREAM 1' 496 -V77 CHARLENE BOUDREAUX Yearbook 4 CSMC 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 3 4-H 1 Student Council 2 Physical Fitness Award 1 F.H.A. 1 Dance Club 1 TOFIGI-fl' 'Y- LOUIS BOUDREAUX MICHAEL BOUDREAUX Confratemity 1, 4 Class Officer 2, 3 Rally 1, 2 Student Council 1 Spirit Court Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4- Football 1 f K PATRICIA BOURGEOIS Yearbook 4 Newspaper 4 CCD 3 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 DAVID BOUSSARD Yearbook 4 Newspaper 3 R ll 4- 3 Y Confraternity of Sacred Heart 3, 4 Drama 2, 3, 4 Business Law Award 3 11-IE UNBENZXBLE POE In W W?-1' f ., V? F if ., . Nw 6 1,1 ' ,,A Inf -0 aff, , an 5 QQf""9' ', xx . 3 'A Z fax, NORRIS BRIGGS Band 3, 4 S 'a...-- 'P' A '-'s-'L'-n" 1 ' 3" W ABL MQ si ' Q... gf ki 1 . 'X l 5 fin ...ef K I wx l QP mx' flu .sw 'V' , ,K 4:4-0-' . 4-'su , .Y V ,JU ,, N. I - XX A lgxwl-M :4?' . Q Q 5 v I k rea I .ff ' Q, f 2,2 .. 42, ' A Q If: f- fi ' - ff'-' :2.,f?:J , misaams JOHN BREAUX Rally Vandebilt Award for French II DEBBIE BRUNET Newspaper 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 I03 DONNA MARIE BUTLER Newspaper 2 CSMC Class Officer 1 Sodality Volleyball 3 MATT CHAISSON Homecoming Court 4 Football 1, 2, 3. 4 I04 THERESE CAILLOUET CSMC 1, 2, 3 Pep Squad 2, 3, 4 4-H 1 S . clence Fair 1, 2 Charity Drives 1, 2 3, 4 Powder-puff Foot- ball 4 CHARLOTTE 9' A CHARPENTIER CSMC 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 2 WIT!-I UNB LE Q0 Senior class officers from left to right are: John Farrell, Robert Jukes, Mike Thompson, Michael Ellender, .lohn Walker, Celeste Martin and Charmaine Guidry. EMERY CHAUVIN GEORGE CHAUVIN Science Fair 2 Science Fair 1 Football 1 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1 Confraternity of Sacred Heart 1, 2 x l""Q- ,KY W., 317' HARRIET CHAUVIN Yearbook 2, 3, 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1 Paramedical 3, President 4 Class Officer 1 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Court 4 ,lr. Miss Contestant 4 Perils of Pauline 3, 4 Terrier of the Month li' hi' X RJ.: XM' i f, -Q-eq., "X H-.. MACKIE CHAUVIN ROY CHAUVIN STEPHANIE CHAUVIN CCD l, 2 Rally 4- CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3 Student Council 2 Drill Squad 3- 4 Track 1, 2 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2 Football 1 Class Officer 3 Baseball 4 BRENDA CLEMENT Yearbook 3, 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1 Class Officer 3 Homecoming Court 4- Teen Queen 3 ANNE CROCHET Yearbook 2, 3, 4 Art Editor 3, 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 3, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2 Rally 4 Student Council 4 Spirit Court Nominee "Perils of Pauline" 3, 4 Youth Seminar 4 Civics Club 1 JOE DAIGLE Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 4 Confraternity 3, 4 DARE NOTGO JACKIE f "X M .i CLEMENT wg-N af-v S, 1 3 Q, E X '7 , 1 ' ,A 1' I 'W 3 Q i Y A7 A had A 5 ' iw -, N 2 g ' 4, '. Q., if vt e :RX 31538 .5 5 ' 1 Vi 74-3' Y . - I' , ww .ip Qeguo. gi s -. ' T2 H' 7 .I x ' is Football 1, 2 MARY DAVID CSMC 1, 2, 3 Pep Squad 2, 3 Paramedical 3 Nicholls Early Admissions 3 Student Council 3 4 Spirit Court Nom- inee Science Fair 1, 2 Terrier of the Month Betty Crocker Homemaker of the Year 4 TAP Worker 1, 2 I07 v KRISTINE DILL Yearbook 4- CSMC l, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 2, 3, 4 Paramedical 3 Scence Fair l Civics Club l MARY LOU DOIRON Yearbook 4 CCD l CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1 Paramedical 3, 4 Class Officer l Cheerleader 4 Candy Striper 3, 4 Chorus 3 AUBREY DOMANGUE Basketball l Track 3, 4 I08 .-------M TOIZIGF-N' 4' WW W.--xr 'P O' 2, ,-rj, if ' FL! '- W.,-3, gig.. GREGORY DOIRON Class Officer 3 Homecoming Court 3, 4 King of Spirit Court 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 MARIA DUPLANTIS Yearbook 2, 3 Editor-in-chief 4 CSMC 1. 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2 Class Officer 3 Rally 2 Student Council 3, 4 Homecoming Court 4 Spirit Court 2, 4 Perils of Pauline 3, 4- Terrier of the Month 3 Youth of the Week 4th runner-up-.l r. Miss Contestant 4 Nominee for Teen- ager of the Year THE UNRJGI-fl7lBLE WRONG Q f-muqgggg-. W --.4 "Wwe-1 ' 24--,a ., - IV +4 .aff ,N x ' ' is ' 1-if --r: .fx 1 ALBERT ELLENDER Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Fuolbull 4 gt? E ,W ' If' ' if 9, i 3 f ftfsk .. g 1 5 A 'iv-:gf M fwx, 3 4 ' "f 'iz-14,7 , i 51 ' T., .ns-W X' A ' R N ,, 7 Y A W " ' " IN I ' 5, PAM DUPLANTIS KATHY EELLS Newspaper 4 Yearbook 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 CSMC 3, 4 Paramedical 4- Paramedical 4- Homecoming 4- 4-H 1 Candy Stripers 4 FMPA 2, 3 FHA 2 Candy Striuers 4 WY ix Q an f A Af-- . ' V ' "WN - 148' -Q ' 4' Y i if ' Q I? ' E -Q V 3 NM' N 5 'if ' W' A-3 g N f j - 6 n a f A A ' , 'Y L Q 5' v xx, f TO LOXEPUPE-AND Cl-MSIE , -'sin-Qu-Q-Q-3 MARY ELLENDER Yearbook 3, 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4- Pep Squad 1 Paramedical 3 Class Officer 1 Science Fair 1 Civics Club 1 Candy Stripers 3, 4 MIKE ELLENDER CCD 4 CSMC 2 Student Council 1, 3, 4 Football 2 ,,,,........f,-M .'-- bmw-qf' f fs f x fbi 3 , ff , , V , gtg' R. vcr STEPHANIE ELLENDER Newspaper 3, 4- CCD 1, 2 CSMC 1, 2, 3 Debate 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1 Drill Squad 2, 3 Leader 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Court 4 Ir. Miss Contestant E A LOUIS FABREGAS JOHN FILLINGHAM Rally 3, 4 Nicholls Early Admissions 3 PAULINE FLEMING Yearbook 1, 2 Newspaper 2 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1 Paramedical 2 Class Officer 1, 2 Rally 2 4-H 1 Speech 2, 3, 4 Civics Club 1 F-l-2,OMAPAl-21 ,455 .sr-v 1 . ,,. ss ""3W-if-3-W Y l dr 0' I "".r'N' JOHN M. FARRELL CCD 1, 2 Class Officer 2. 3, 4 Hcjlqmecoming Court Science Fair 2 Football 2, 3, 4 Track 4 Cunfratemily MIKE FLYNN CCD 4 Class Officer 2 Basketball 1, 2 TO 112XTI-IOUGI-I YOUIZAP-M9 -.....w.....,..j.,-- l-iv, ' LYDIA FOUCHEUX Yearbook 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1 Paramedical 3 Class Officer 1 Rally 1, 2, 4 Nicholls Early Ad- missions 1967 Student Council 3, 4 Spirit Court 3 Science Fair 2 TAP 3 Civics Club 1 . ix g 7, ,K ' If SHIRLEY GAUTR1-:AUX 74 , P 4 Yearbook 3 A V 2236? 2 P A' , ,3, 4 is 1' " f Drill Squad 2, 3,4 s 2 ,, N., , Pep Squad 1, 2 ' A Science Fair 2 -: sr- 15,52 Civics Club 1 CLIFTON GIROIR Basketball 2, 3, 4- Football 2 Baseball 2 Track 2, 3, 4 ll2 'fi "T.""'fv W 542 A ig. 3,5-v 4- 4 e"""+' .A,. J, . Mm Vib if-W" '- ff x ' 'Q . gif 2,42 ' fy 4' - ki:f'7?x X 'f " 6 ' f lk f LORETTA GAUTREAUX Newspaper 4 CCD 3 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 3, 4 Class Officer 3 Science Fair 1 Civics Club 1 Sodality 1 WILLIE GLAZE, I R. Newspaper 4 Debate 4 Library Club 2, 3, 4 President 4 Rally 2, 3, 4 Q-and 'asa-0...-.f 4 u"" nuff' ,,.....-qv 1 5,-w... CHARMAINE GUIDRY Yearbook 2, 3, 4 Newspaper 3 CSMC 1, 2, 3 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4- Pep Squad 1 Paramedical 3, 4 Class Officer 4 Student Council 4 Science Fair 2 NEDT 1, 2 TCPEAC!-I 3 ,Q 3 1 W RUDY GUIDRY ERIC GUILLOT Homecoming Court 3, 4 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 Football l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2 Track l, 2, 3, 4 MI, , M of .f ANN HARRISON Yearbook 2, 3, 4 CCD 1, 2 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 Paramedical 3 Student Council 1, 2, Terrier of the Month Rally 1 3 THE UNPEACHABLE SINE BARRY HAYDEL B b ll 1, 2, 3 , Bgzlieliball 'l Football l, 2, 3, 4 4-0'-Q. '77 ' All District V ""' 5-gff5qtt?z ,S X 12 Y. 'M' 3 I W .. -if ,, K 5 ll E ANN HERRAGHTY A Yearbook 4- ,f - , .g CSMC l, 2, 3,4 fat '95 2 Drill Squad 3, 4 Il Pep Squad 1, 2 Library Club 3 , ' Science Fair 1, 2 "M ' Miss Teen Houma Contestant Drama Club 2, 3 Chorus 3 , , - D hw . ,,.q4u1 DEBBIE P' A lg. HUSBAND CSMC 2, 3 Rally 4- Student Council 2 1' 'i ' 1 - V 2, 3 Science Fair 3 ,faxed EARL HEBERT Yearbook Rep. 2 CCD 1, 2 CSMC 2 Class Officer 'l, 2, 3 ROBERT JUKES Class Officer 4 Rally 3, 4 Nicholls Early Admissions 3 Studrnt Council 4 Homecnming Court 4 Footbzlll 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3 IIS NITA KENNEY Yearbook 2, 3 Editor 4- Newspaper 3 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Debate 2 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1 Paramedical 3, 4 Class Officer l, 2, 3 Spirit Court Nom- inee DEBORAH LAPEYROUSE CCD 4 CSMC 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 1 II6 Tl-HQ IQ MY QUEST 4 if , -2 ' - W gn 'ex s, W1 rl. .'V ,I 5 Wi 3 wins i . ', -fr X -'nu LIZ LANDRY Yearbook 2 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 4 Homecoming Court 4 Spirit Court 2 Science Fair 2 J r. Miss 4 Terrier of Month 4 Youth Seminar 3, 4, Civics Club 1 is 4: X 4-.J - s ' ,ruff A , i Y31"'?' Q ' ,mfg r, C f' if-gf ' 'Syl ,f BARRY KING CCD 2, 3 Drama Club 2 DANNY LEBOEUF CSMC 1 Football 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 4...,.........n,, ----I K , 5 an J Q, ef-ff! A' KATHY LEBOEUF CSMC 1, 2, 3 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 Student Council 2, 3 Paramedical 4 Science Fair 1, 2 CSMC Convention Award 3 THNQIZXIZ ROBERT LEBOEUF Yearbook 4 Newspaper 4 CCD 3, 4 Science Fair 2 Band 3 4 Drama Club 2 Speech Club 3, 4 Journalism 4 -rn: BLONDIA LEWIS CSMC 2, 3 Class Officer 1 Sodality 1. 2 ,W ff II7 TO FIG!-FVFOIZJTHE RIG!-FF 1 ...T Q -E 2 49...-4. 1 Xl -5 X u Q, rf fi, RONALD LINA STEPHEN MARCEL CELEST MARTIN Yearbook 3, 4 CCD 2, 3 Yearbook 2, 3, 4 Newspaper 4 CSMC 2 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 CCD 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3 Drill Squad 4 Library Club 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 Science Fair 2 Class Officer 2, 4 Journalism 4 NEDT 1, 2 CLEVELAND MATHERNE Football 2, 3, 4 All-District Second Team 4 Wm-IOUT QUESTION O21 PAUSE sf: ,, 3" X 'W' . 1, v'l""'5 . Q.-wmv' ', 'paw K W J 5 JUDY McINTlRE CCD 3, 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4- Paramedical 4- as Rally 1, 2, 3 Student Council 3, 4 Spirit Court Queen Science Fair 2 Civics Club 1 Youth Seminar 4 NEDT top 1077 2, 3 PAM McLAUGHLlN CSMC 1, 2, 3 Pep Squad 1 Drill Squad 1, 3, 4 Paramedical 3 Class Officer 1 Homecoming, Court 4- Science Fair 1 Civics Club 1 I' ag -W, ,nw VUQ I Acf"'1f ' FAY MCELROY Science Fair 2 RICHARD MOLAISON, JR Science Fair 2 Football 2 .loumalism 4- NO ANGELA MORGAN Newspaper 2 CSMC 3 Paramedical 3 Class Officer 1 Sodality 2, 3 .. EL .N TRUCE NYSSEN CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 Co-captain 2, 3 Science Fair 1, 2 Perils of Pauline 3, 4 Student Council 4 Volleyball Tournament 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3 CSMC Convention Award 3 ,J me HOW HO A W, K I Q' a jf 5' G- 4 'Qs hi' .2 as ,i 2. 6.1 ' ,QM A 'me A 'wr Wm ,Q Q- A 1. L 4 Q, , ,ge .1 ,. X- 2' We---M '1-fe-W A f TRUDY v -' ' " W' NYSSEN yi ,, , , 5: CSMC1,2,3,4 1 , v Drill Squad 2, 3,4 - ,,, 9 , 3, Pep Squad 1 3, ' , .yew Class Officer 1, 2, 3 ' P, , ,,,,...... Q - gy, Civics Club 1 C 1 f Q, A Sodality 1 1 ff' J , I V 'lf Paladin Award 3 C 3 K 3 A M255 'i ' I20 .f"M XR, . , AMBROSE NIXON KATHERINE PELLEGRIN Yearbook 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 4 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 Rally 4 Civics Club 1 Literary Contest 2 NO HOW FAPJ 'N-fi Ann, 'A ' .1 f O0 , Q 2 , , Kc Q ln 'il C 2 2:1 4,1 si 'Q , .1 f EE , " 1 4 11 .-'TR' ryan.- of in ,f ,z MICHAEL PELLEGRIN JEROME PITRE GEORGE POPAY CCD 1 CCD 4 Class Officer 1, 3 CSMC 2 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Court 4 Class Officer 1, 2, 3 Football 4 Track 1, 2 Rally 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4- Pelican State 3 Student Council 1, 2, 4- Spirit Court 2 Track 2 INTO!-IELL .-w""" -7.144 l22 FRANK PORRETTO CCD 4- Student Council 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Most Valuable Back 3 All-District 6A 3 All-District 6A Offensive Defensive 4- and CHRIS RIEVES 4-H 1 Football 1, 2, 3 JEANNE SAIA Yearbook 1, 2: 3, 4 CSMC 1, 2, 8, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 1 Science Fair 2 CSMC Convention Award 3 ROBERT SANDOZ Newspaper 4 Football 4 Honors English and Chemistry 3 FRANK SMITH Yearbook 1 Newspaper 4- Rally 2 Tennis Team 1 Chess Team 1 TAP 3 Red Cross 4- cora A ueavewtv cause 1, 'fx 1 K Yyfz, ff '- -X ' 'nf 4- N11 -, 2, W-,x -2 BRENDA SLOCUM Yearbook 3, 4- Newspaper 3, 4 CSMC 3, 4 Library Club 3 Candy Stripers Speech 4- Pelican State 3 Drama Club 2, Band 1, 2, 3 Brotherhood Se '69 A, R lr' 3 3,4 l .nf- 'Db r ...l, C7l'3' minar 3 A' ff QW'-ug? ,Q-..-. JOHN SCHOONEN- BERG Class Officer 3 Studvnt Council 1 Sports 3 Speech Tournament 1, 3 BARRY SONGY Class Officer 3 Football 1, 3, 4 TIMMY STE. MARIE Homecoming 3, 4 Spirit Court 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4- All District 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Teen King 3 BILLY THIBODEAUX Newspaper 3, 4 CCD 2, 3 CSMC 2 Class Officer 3 Science Fair 2 Track 3 Speech Club 2 Drama Club 4 I24 JUDY THERIOT CSM C 2, 3 Class Officer 2 Science Fair 2 Sodality 1 'sn' as-U ANDIKNOW 'H i. 3 1 krwv 4141-in .uw JEROME THERIOT Football 1, 2, 3,-4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4- All District 3 MICHEAL THOMPSON CCD 41 Class Officer 4- Pel State Alternate Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2. 3, 4 All-State 'Baseball 2, 3 Most Valuable Play- er in Class A3 Most Valuable Player at Vande hilt 3 IF I ONLY BE 'HZUE . ' 0 4 Y Z 'QQ . . " ff: A . A , ti -W I +I If TE V0 l I X Il i ' z as Q "5 ., .Q if!! ln,,i7 Fl-.J -Y an . A , ,.H-'vo-gg. Il fvalvx Yf,""1'2'1 if :F ..,t. , ,tt mf -My ,lg ., .9--. 'ar OWN fi , ,Q , Nw, M., ar PHIL TULLIS MITCHELL THOMPSON BONNIE TOUPS CCD 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 CCD 4 Spirit Court Nominee 3, 4 Pep Squad 3, 4 RQHY 4 A Basketball 1, 2, 4 CSMC Convention Award 3 Science Falf 2 All-District, Ist team 3 Baseball 2, 3, 4- All-State, Ist team 3 Football 4- All-District lst team All-State Ist team Publications All-Star team Baseball 3, 4 .23 2 16 l25 JEANNIE TURNER Yearbook 2, 3, 4 CSMC 1, 2, 3 President 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2 Class Officer 2 Cheerleader 4 Student Council 4 .l rl! Miss Contestant Civics Club 1 TAP 1, 3 Perils of Pauline 3, 4 JOHN WALKER Newspaper 3 Class Officer 4 Rally 2 Pelican State 3 Student Council 4 Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Flag Raiser 4 I26 ...ggi ROMETTRA VOISIN CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 Rally 4 4-H 1, 2 Civics Club 1 IWILL REACH , '-f-i""4'i .aww 19N .." ex. 3 fur-'Q 'l ,qv-C my 55 1' . 52' . ' 9. K ......,,j 5 n Q I ! I I iv yixcg ,p 'Es ' .f .1 . ' Qi! .1 I5 if 41 fi, I 1' lg .ai 1' W 5 1' 'T' ,Q '.1 ',, 3:53 545 ' A ' W i PAM VOISIN CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 4 Civics Club 1 P,eril of Pauline 3, 4 TY RONE WHIT Football 3 Track 3, 4 DAVID WHITNEY Honors English 3 Custodian of Victory Bell 4 Business Rally 4 TI-IE UNPEACHABLE SWE 5-efmi..z..+.,ix WZ. C x . - 5 irrex.. we CAROL BETH WRIGHT Yearbook 2, 3, 4 CCD 1 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Squad 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad 1 Paramedical 4 Student Council 1 Homecoming Court 4 Science Fair 2 Civics Club 1 TOMMY WRIGHT Class Officer 1, 2, 3 Student Council 1 Homecoming Court 3 Homecoming King 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Most Valuable Lineman 3 Most Valuable Player 3 All District 2, 3, 4 Most Valuable Lineman in District 4 All State 4 Captain of Football team 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 All District 3 AWB KEVIN WIEMANN Newspaper 4 Class Officer 4 Rally 2 4-H l Science Fair 2 Football 1, 4 Baseball Bookkeep er 2, 3, 4 Student Council Workshop 4 State Speech Con- test 3 SCHOLARSHIPS: Nicholas State College Randy Alfred Robert J ukes John Fillingham John Breaux Judy Mclntire University of Southwestern Louisiana George Chauvin Ann Harrison Robert Sandoz Louisiana State University Stephanie Ellender Elks Speech Award Willie Glaze University of Utah Tommy Wright T. H. Harris Scholarship Eric Cuillot OTHER AWARDS American Legion Judy Mclntire Chris Guidroz Balfour Award Mary David Perfect Attendance Mary Ellender Angela Morgan COMMENCEMENT AWARDS Valedictorians .ludy Mclntire Robert ,Iukes Salutatorians Lydia Foucheux Chris Cuidroz Religion Award Jeannie Tumer Randy Alfred Bookkeeping Lydia Foucheux HEADS English Award Brenda Slocum Randy Alfred Home Economics Debbie Husband American History Maria Duplantis Chris Guidroz Math and Science Judy Mclntire Robert Jukes Physics Award Chris Cuidroz Chemistry Award Katie Pellegrin Math Award Mike Pellegrin Anne Crochet Speech Willie Glaze ss 4 Robert Jukes delivers the welcome ad- Mr. Olivier presented the American Legion Award to Chris and Judy, dress. YUWAIPDAWOIZLDOF ! A 1 Robert Jukes and Judy Mclntire receive the Southern Bell Award for Science and Math from Mr. Lemoine. ,M if i l l On the basis of academic achievement, Randy and Robert ceived Scholarships from NSC. The farewell address was eloquently delivered by Judy Mclntire. fi-5' M For the highest scholastic average in American History, the WOW Award was presented to Chris and Maria. iv G Q' ww ff, 1 v ,Qi M s M, if ,. ,L Hx. QQ., v-an no 3 '-6 Ai . - yi 4 1 ! g!Q - f 11 YN-H.. ,,--s , A A ,. im , L QTf.fQ?L't' as ,fwgt I-A ,N 1- 'V' M' 'va :f'W" I 4.-li .- l - 5 Q Q 7 '-fmd ' f 555 1' 1 ' V H- '51 E, lik ' glirg ' .Ui -., Ziflxegf 'ws A? T ' K f J Q -V as QQ yy. - in 1:5825 F A l3I EDUCGUON - A TRUE NECEQQ Allyson Acosta Mary Anderson Linda Avet Daniel Babin Jerome Babin Emily Barrow John Belanger Philip Benoit Thomas Benoit Charles Bergeron Mary Beth Bergeron Charlotte Bonvillain Bet you can't eat just one. Working hand in hand, the Juniors of '68 strove to make this a year they'd never forget. Their creative ability came into light when the juniors took another first for their Homecoming float. They never tired of supporting the Terriers throughout the year, proving to all that our team cer- tainly has the Winning Hand! Unselfishly taking on respon- sibility, Juniors were always ready to help in school activities. Cooperation binds this class of a never dying spirit of success. Clif' fy ,af J' x :' ,, 1 xx fog, 1, 1 .nag "' hr .ann fffif' N U- . W, SWA .,,, if 9559 X 'fflf' I A T-21 A er :J 2. , AND MEANS OF LIFE , ,ax vt -if x I 513.1 A we 12? ,-,f 2: 4 M K, .fe A384 . lg an 11" ' , gf 't ' l 4 ' I it Q M, Xi Q19 F2 f .lv . If ...X i V Vo' ,Q ,S f K. ia SW A , r .,.,. XJ ,C ,N 2 , ' ' 7 fe Jules Borne Loren Bourg Vincent Bourgeois James Boyne Christine Caillouet Madeline Cenac Bonnie Chaisson Carole Chauvin Jerome Chauvin Peggy Chauvin Richard Chauvin David Cloud Junior Class officers are from left to right: Melanie Marcello, Tommy Benoit, Madeline Cenac Roche Ourso, Rhondo Rome, Peggy Chauvin, Sherry Svoboda, and Charles Lee. Madeline, Allison, Nedra and Melanie support the Terriers for another victory. James Duplzmtis Edward Eschete .lolm Eschete Fran French Duane Forshag Beth Foucheux Anna Gautreaux Harold Giroir ' wif A a Q MINDQ QEAIZCF-UING FOB Paula Crochet H M3 Craig Cunningham ' Tina Degate Tommy Daigle Relina Daniel Gayle Duplantis :. I , l.? Q. if W fa TNR ' Yugi' V, iwx fl' .. Asa' ilk 'H' ar . ir? f K Q, W'-r via? KN EICEYTOUND ING Joan Glaze Pearly Greene Vemon Guidry Bobby Guillot Gregory Haddad James Hardeman Alton Harris Anise Harrison Agnes Haydel Martha Haydel s Ludger Hebert Dougias Hicks v K 'a,C?'?b" Jackie, Jerome, and Murk in a "chemistry" dis- cussion. 'CS' Ari ,- 'i 'wa ' X . . 112 SS va.-v. ' fe-xr e- 9 -.. ' 1 wr , Q wg' James Howard Joan Jackson Philip Junot Kathlyn Kiefe ...rv- ...w 7? 1: YSL, : .S , ,gf ULN 1 ,Y ' , V xg ,, 1 'rv K ' 5 i w X OOO ON KQWX 5.3 - .-Q. Q., I YW' W--Hr q:'7 r 0,33 ,. .v r ,, ., - 5' ,,, "Bevan: . fit' MY -ANEQQ OOMPON v Richard Kosier Michael Lahit Beverly Landry Sally Landry 5-:uf Sally Lapeze Patsy LaRose Jean Lasscigne Sylvia LeBlanc 117-:L Margaret LeBoeuf df, L W 5 Martha LeB0euf 5 " " ' - 1' 'fvkxi A 3 il' 5' li : ' M M gf. T David Ledet Charles Lee Claudia Luke Brenda Marcel Madeline and Mike lead a "sheltered" life. OF ACHIEVEMENT 'Y W WM -ns- "c.'3,-r Dm-nise Marcel Melanie Murvello Mir-lmel Matlwrne Nedru Mazaruc ,an I' Kgf"" W' , Elimln-th McElroy ?, fv' x , Susie Mclnlirc A, "ww y, Ellen Hr-lancon ff 4 -1' 0 Joseph Michel N, fi Louise, Margaret, Kathlyn, and Sylvia 'klooking pretty." xi I SONS 0 .l Ellen gets the put down from Beverly. A GE Mary Milton Z 3 JS ,oss N7 wr' .t rf-3 Gayle Moore John Morgan Janet Murry Nina Nyssen Roche Ourse Victoria Patterson Donn Pickering Eric Pitre Lydia Poche Diane Pye Ernie Robichaux Michael Robichaux "Gibson is not a hole in the road," Pamela Molitor 1 Ep ., ' ff fi : 4 , e ith N 'pw i. ,Z-XXL! .fsgk PEQPONQIBILUY OF ALL 14 fig HN. 4-3 Q 'Viva fb :lx Wag ' we gen' mf' I 45576 X 'ex' 5 '+C . do K ,Af ll lk ,zf N- Jaekie Robinson Rhonda Rome Michael Scurto Cindy Smith Heidi Smith Debbie Somme Louis Somme Janis Songs Alice St. Julien Louise Strada Sherry Svoboda Keith Tassin Curtis Thibodeaux Murk Trahan Elha Valdes Jerome Voisin Martha Williams Jeanne Wurzlow Paul Yakupzack Cwenette Zeringue I39 s' 4 tn -in iff? r.. ' 5 ,K l if E I 3 Av ' 5 l' I as Q ' x EE? j 9 -'G t " sz' if .f lo vi , f y' .if -' Q" 'A all ie' viii. ' .. , if ' V gy 'V ' axial' i 3 'r lit Q Y Q n Q p W J w S' Sophomores are experiencing their first year of being considered a part of senior high. They have finally reached their goal: a better understanding of the significance of maturity. They have a fresh and vibrant outlook towards the futureg hoping and working for continued success. INAQ FOIZA ,f 'N 5 Q -:nz I40 Oo Q .7 ZN. YN David Adams Mike Anderson David Arceneaux Karen Arceneaux Susan Authement Michael Babin Gail Badeaux Jimmy Benoit Donald Bergeron Hank Bergeron 'any .:- 4.5 - T 4:11 1 fx , iff K i Yi gzxyx? A R fx "3 '22'V. J 'Y N V gzifw . Q J Raymond Breaux Roy Breaux Barbara Butler James Caillouet April Cenac Daniel Chaisson Bruce Champagne Larry Champagne Fay Chauvin Guy Chauvin Steve Coleman Mel Collins WISDOM IQ EXP'-OI2.E-D "M fu " ' f ." ll ,Q xx ,f ix v pf uf. an -'X , " .-fx , ,- ......... 'fff' K -1- .J ,V Ffflrd gb , X . x- ,-94 x ' " ,,s 4. ,K Jack BL-rgeron Janice Bergeron Joey Bergeron Charles Billiot Delly Bluuin James Boudreaux Cathy Bourgeois Michael Bourgeois , . ff 5 w--'P is ws., J fl' 1 ,ff fy -pn fii"T7"l I il Innocent surprise is the first sign of a guilty party. l42 'Ve' Wx. Shannon takes a slab at it, but Linda pushes the point through. amuwwaw James Doiron X1 ' Thomas Doiron S 1 V, 3 Paula Duet K-:ff I fi! YHf73Q -ff es qw. "V - VE ,X ? L2 Wx., f 9 ' W.. Rxx George Cooke Wad Crochet Jerome Dagate Lawrence Dagate Connie De1Buon0 Pat David Charles Darsey Gay Doiron 11. Th 8 Donald Dupont Cary Ellender Roben Ellender YOUTH... ON OF Daniel Fanguy David Fanguy Nancy Farrell Mark Faulk Sharon Flynn Beverly Green Larry Griffin Cary Guidry Jimmie Cuidzy cleaner kills time. of Q, W 'ii I .j',. 3 Nfl f..'Q1 , of y 'x fi naw , A J. , ..-4 as , f. ,B - , 4 , "" 0 W, Q K a + x " l QA. Q w 9 win 73 .J ' X qi W Allen Hamilton Randy Hamilton Kenny Hamner Pat Hebert gnu 'X Q . 3: ..",,,-' ,Fi i, Ill'- i""35i U Q 7 -s ww ON -'fi-U. 24-JN J' OOOPEENION AND Susan Herbert Tony Hickman Celia Houtz James Howard Betty Ann Hughes Dale Hutchinson Adam Istre Carlisle Jukes Georgette Keen Billy Kinnard Dianne Konieczka Karen Kraemer X 'I S WL gl? A4 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Front Row: Putsy Mirc, Charolotte Williams, Jimmy Rau, Nona Nyssen. Back Row: Billy Kinnard, Jeri Moore and Gary Ellender. ffl Qvzvuaouzrrue urvnv wm-mv v -an mk'x " V f-NA,-- 41. Snphomores gather Terriers' Terrier. Jo Ann LaPeze Sandra LeCompte Dale Ledet Carol lcmoine Robert Licalzi Debbie Maricelli John Melancon Matt Melancon Peggy Melancon Annette McElroy Charles McElroy Carolyn McNabb we fn together to praise the 53, ta-ee, A N, .1 p-Q MY 11? '- ,ry f fm. 5' as ... fr fm uf' an I J A , . f , . ,- W Y Nm! J N-if 1, Dale Lampton Benny Landry Edmund Landry Arlene Landry David Landry Joy Landry rw y 'tx 'an X3 .X N . 4 as X 5, F1 5 ,XkJqi X2 'T 'N 'mas we 'x Y . C N Y-J , ,- ,"?f"' U 4 f ...J- 4.0 "" QQ:-rp Elizabeth Michel Ellen Miguez Putsy Mire Jerri Moore Agnes Morgan Ellen Murray Dawnelle Naquin Pat Neef Elizabeth Null Nona Nyssen Dean Ortego Gwen Ouhre f-,pt fn , . ,i.,,,, as ws e 17 Ja! V txwnf' . we, THE-N21 MIND UNAIDED 1. mah. fo? V519 1 I Q 4-QF! , W ,E 30' 75 , ,,f Q H, RC' fa 'Qs' - 'Qin , , ,. 3 Q e QTY? vs 4:10 'Vue 4'-in .5- V '-.,,,i rv wg-1 James Pickering Chris Picou Sam Pizzfolato Luane Prejean Jimmy Rau Lynell Rhodes Wayne Rhodes Henry Richard T1-IEIIZ I-FEAIPIQ JOINED AQ ONE Lawrence Robinson Jerry Rome Robert Rue Mona Schexnayder Brenda Scott Charles Scurto Janet Shephard Carol Songe :Owns ,f - Q wr ,pn '99 ,Q- ,,,.f Qi X v t . Sn.- 'E' 34- ,1 ' 7 .ff T rw ,Q fs ,Qty .3 3 .LU v E f do c N Whqfy -,1 'afo- W, QV v T X4 , If :V V' 'Ir A ' .ju ., V ' K r 'W is A .- 4 . Q ' it Na mf ' Lewis Tabor Shannon Taylor Mary Ann Trapp Liz Walker Mary Kay Watkins Andrce Whitney Charlotte Williams Sidney Winder Virkic Winders Kutlilwn Windham Ricky Wright ,lc-lecn Zz-ringue I47 Stanley Alba Linda Amedee i The newest class to be admitted to high school status IS the Freshman class. With its fresh outlooks, these rookies are able to carry on many traditions, and offer their own. NEWER, ACTIVITIES , K l x .lean Belanger QL" ' ' is ' J V Wg 5 'W Jerome Bergeron 62 '33 K? 496131 i lr 3 1- gt Mike Bergeron 5,51 , 1 ' W ' 1' 9 Paula Bergeron , ' A' I I I Randy Bethancourt 'link ng, '53, V 1 K Q ' 'Z Ann Boudreaux ' A " L ' + .4 , ,, . . 3 my gf, , Mane Bnudreaux f 'K K, ' ,W 76 .t x Charles Bourg I ,, A. f E, . .,, gt Q- l Jr l ,A .,, ' Clysse Bourgeouis 1 M f 3 W I , 5 ., , if ,A Mary Margaret Boyne Af- , ' ix Q , Ji 4' Margaret Brien I ,QA " " ' ' Margaret Brou x I48 sf' .g 4-4 .Q P 51 . Q x B. it 9 w 55 Charles Auhert -Q- Patti Authement H y '34 'N Linda Ayers 4 ,gjag are 'H Milissa Barrilleaux Ly, A XR? Kg if 5 1 rl ,. x4 H, 3 Paul Brou Daniel Caballero ' Linda Canafax Y . Ncmry Cvnac - -x fa' ,,.. .K Paddy Cenzic M, K HQ A tml? Y , Susan Chaisson .H f' 3 'Z F? 5-7 . 1 -F ., E Bwrry Champagne 7 - Greg Champagne 1 l A r ass ., vs 7 . Myra Champagne 3' f r. ' -1 ff' " e Bill chemin . 1,1 'A " lx 'Q .lennifer Chauvin gn ' N-I Paul Cox 1 m ' F." NEWER, . 5, ga-- I.:-4' Coach Fletcher gives the Freshman boys the low-down. ll l'. Francine Cunningham John Dagate Joan Darsey Gene Dc Wilt Jennifer Dniron Carolyn Dubois ,x ,-e l.-,,,,, l f - " S"-1 A ,, gh. f f. - lg fs gl ii l"' -1 X x',-- 1 . 5.5 fi f Q , .' Q-, '41 X Marie demonstrates the sophistication of a well-coordinated look. f' -' 5 ' " Michael Fakier . ,gy . K N fig: x DeVonne Fesi fa, W' - 'I ci .4 I. :V Nj: 5-I T f 1, I 5535535 Q I Kngfpf 4 Q EWKZQ, 'Y L1 - If 3 f i.. ., .ami h 2 xl Q 'V . e 5, I s l50 Susan Duplantis K 7 - 3: ... i-.XX .lerome Dupont . I f 'f Anita Dupre ,Q H Bemice Edgec li f . 3 T4 ns' Cmmmim Q' ' Q' , re Elizabeth Emy jim Arvncxpmrom Becomes REALITY Phillip Fillingham Jeffrey Flynn Lloyd Freeman Norma Gaidry Lacicn Gastineaux Kathleen Gordon f.a A surplus team. in Q gmwzz of enthusiasm for their Terrier fi ,A Felicie Guidry Pi .- 'v 34 Myrtle Guilbeau 51 .W A V Q g " ,lg f Rhoda Guillot iw , tg", ' Q12 I 1 S Di David Hamner ' 3 Wj L X " , :Xa 2 Curtis Hebert I ff, s 4, ,M M f f LZ ' E 4 5 Ronald Hebert gg R I 13 f A N I David Henry V 3 7 FU fr 5 ' f 7., ' ' " Laura Himpl ,, , 4 1 5 ' Vw., , Q Lisa Hungrford fijei ' I l' 'K M 3 Elizabeth Husband 14 3? 'J , i K f. 1? A f, ig m. 33 V Y . . 1 l 2' I ,, V Mary Ida .lunot x " f"" v - 1 " Ginger Koxnman I' f . Q- ' ' X Dale King fxf, DTM' ff' Gary Kraus 5 ,, arg, if . . A 73 .,- V J Martha Landry S " H' W M Donclte LeBlanc , I wi IN A WORLD OF Cl-IANGJNG IDEAS ark -' fqfi., NINTH GRADE CLASS OFFICl'll'lS: Beth Frny, Fritz Rau, Ginger Saulmon, Gene DeWitt, Mary Junot, Allison Marcel, Mike Fakier, Vic Siver. I5I v..a ' Jan Lester Sandria Lewis Caroll Lyons Alison Marcel Wayne Marcel Carolyn Marmande Cindy Matherne Nancy Matlock Eddie McCulla Don Mclntire Dale LeBoeuf Connie lmdel Marla Ledet Dvnna Lee x 44'-'S Y ii .312 3 . ,.. 4, Z." t E . .J 1. J DEVELOPING .. i . vu . qw. . v t i "nfl ', -' 524 ati? f',, 1. 'Slit 22375 . ' 0 . 2 W 'A in 93" XFX K, grit 8 1 If 1 , 'S Martha Michel Richard Mira Arlene Molaison Craig Molaison ali .f ' 2 w .I if ' my V r w , , ,Wm grz A ,J -I s am. Charles Monterio Louis Moore David Musso Pam Nvef Nanette Nichols Carolvn Patterson Glenda Patterson Suzanne Pierron H Anthony Porche F ritz Rau A , Qt .Q iff -Y J' v 2. " l. nigga: , V, 'S an I K 3 ' f-3 hh ,yin Robert Theriot Dianna Thibodeaux Alfred Toups Beth Turner Rickey Valdes Jennifer Vincent Vaughn Voss Christine Whitney Judy Wiemann Wildred Wolfe Fffffglf ' Q r l Marie Huvker Joyce Ruffin Alfredo Sanchez L'5nn Sunduz Sv .I f-54, 4x72 Q wf Cingz-r Suulmun Cwun Suvoic Crm-Q Svufidc Paulette Srlim-xnuydvr Pat Svhucn Beverly Scott Tlimmls Svvin Vic Sexicr Nlilvllvll SI. .llllll'l'l llcnry Sultlo ACDCEPTING I-RESPONSIBILITY X. Patricia Tassin .. 3' at K- ff: 33? William Testroit , - IL, X 4? .J 1' Annc Theriot ' ' . QL 63- T 3 3 -l- ' Ed Theriot I' " . f J twflf .35 '?- I -1 'ff ,lhffsi ,si 12. 'sf QQ 05 kg: ,,.., ff 5 , If 1 1 gig X X I X, Q, , NY ' jfjglg-7 s 4 If 4 . , 10:3 fb Gp X 55' A " J N 4- m Il 3-5! R '45, I X Q ' I f' f I ' ' l . , X-Q l53 HOPE IN Tl-IE HELD EY The Sth graders are in their first year at Van- dehilt. They are experiencing a change from the old to the new, and a challenge of the future this offers them. Ellen Alva Cathy Amos Cheryl Arceneaux Mark Authement John Authement Terry Babin Donald Batiste Trudy Begue as ' it "r. T we ' , ' Wg 1 "' l54 Y. z " l 4 1, ,. , an.. if 'f T1 -: i!'5afE.iL . fij? UQ'-4v"' f :LM r ' f N ,X L' hi , X37 QR' 1'3:'f'? J . 1 q A -,ll , X?-1 ' 4, 67:4 Q L4 of Q- "':'x ffi, elle- fieg Q 'f"J P is taxi f 4' l A i Pamela Bland fa Michelle Blouin Francis Bonvillan ,led Boudreaux Francis Bourgeois I Freddy Bourgeois I John Broussard l Phyllis Brunet Irene Buttler Leonard Caballero Mary Caillouet Margaret Canafax Christine Cenac Paul Cenac Brant Chaisson .lohn Champagne Peter Chauvin Stephen Chauvin Deborah Cipriano Ann Coleman Robin Cole Pamela Crochet Maureen Cunningham Richard Cunningham James Dagate Neal Daigle Stephen Daigle Ann Darsey Brenda David Arabella Deroche FAITI-I IN 'IPADITION si? fe 1r,yag 1-.: C, , ,A V ' ,f .. I ex ,NA .v-Q.. .-v., A ,i W I-x -, 4'- 4 A ,, EO ' 'N ,, :A .1 , ,X ,, .1 Q "I XJ fx . """ . i X , 1.5 ix A ,. W' xwrd-bs -1. 4. 4' W QD ..--wa Tbe Junior Varsity cheerleaders from left to right are: Carey Svohoda, Arabella DCf0CllC, Rhoda Cuillot, Debbie Henry, and Felicia Guidry. 4 hw' r v W EDUCJIIHON IQ O - ami af A , EICHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS: Maria Ellender, Carey Svoboda, Mary Rhodes, John Falgout, Ellen Alba, Steve Guidroz Philip Rome, and Susan Taylor. Mary DeWitt Daniel Doiron Steve Dominique Maria Ellencler Lorraine Etheredge Lee Eschete John Falgout Terry Farrell Frank Fillingharn Marie Funtenot Becky Givens Patrick Gordon Susan Gremillion Jerry Guidroz Steve Guidroz Albert Cuidry J im Guidry Mary Haddad Ellen Hagen Marian Hamilton I56 A 4 ,f Q ,f ,E , a. 'R nf' Q96 f 5? was an f, r z- Vf F if UD I' I I 3. !'Q K 'gf M M, f A 1.5 4 ,E :Q A .E 4, , R 8' we ,rf -M as R r Q were 'fan ., g f.. X7 ,gi fggg ,if T' .45 "L W, A OPPORTUNITY PRESENTS ITQELP Initiation provides helpful fashion tips for 8th graders. Peter Hamilton Karen Hardeman Beth Haydel Mark Hebert Matt Hebert Sheryl Hobs-rt Debbie Henry Mike Hugues -s. V? Q' A 4 ni few, I as ha. wif l 3 ' 5 f V ' f V Ii Q ,d X H Arthur Husband Shuna Husband 'uf ,m Christian Husband QQ , Sheila .lacksnn xy ,' y I Michael .lunot is Q 2 if F fuf,n,'1 N, Mary Keife 'Q j Q L' "" J Bruce Kirkland N J, if U Mickey Konieczka V Q' fp X A, Vi Mary Kosier Q? 4, ' fi Y X - ?,,iZf'gf3. , Benny Kraus ff ' Michael Lahhe t Q u ' me Cathy Lapaeyre ,T if , " ", H Anne LeB0euf f , Q ', 4 .i -, , Cathy LeBoeuf 1 .P ' 5 , 4 A' "' ' A 'Ml ' rv? f 1 ' i 'Xl M I 2 f ZL.li X 1 THE in , W, :MK Cm? Y GEA , 'L Ia. -2- ,. P . .fm iv' S ' "'-ff L if 'S I f A ,W 2, ' '95 57 A 2 QQ ' ii? ' fx A ffl W .,,f' s y Q rl 12" l ' I I B i 1 Y' li '51, -f' ' . if . ., xl dei as 57:5 1 A 'x-fi 'i if 1, -, yr-k5,,x 'vw it Mr. ,QL fi .57 .gl Q 5 f -fl Q-i i :L +3 s In L l I, J- 7: . ,, s El A 'Q ww' l V 1 i A My li fl-Q V . CA' -P K ,ffl , 451 Ll L fir J M f if L f - xg S xi f 1 i ., 'E 'x,'i'f-pw 1 W I Q .. P 7 "' . ' -'ea' .. a il 9 ' an 0 A QA. 'K I , .1 Patricia Ledet Mary Lemoine Rhvnda Lombard David Lottinger Philip Lottinger Betty Luke Edward Lyons Jenny Mahler .lennine Marcel Lydia Marcel Connie Matherne Jody Malherne Curt Marcello , Myrn Marmande Cathy Mire Roger Molaison Pearl Murray Richard Olivier Richard Oubre Norma Poiercot. Debra Pouraiau Ellen Porche Myrna Prestenback Mary Profumo Thomas Purcell Barbara Purvis Tim Rauch Christine Redden Mary Rhodes Matt Richard .lemme Robinson Philip Rome Nancy Schoonenberg Dorthy Scurto Barton Sealy THE GCYXL WILL BE F?-EAC!-IED jig' ' Mark Soignier ,Q X, V , "4L"','l Don Somme - A2 X 5 "fn '-' T ,., Rachel Southern I Q gy N 'i W3 K, Carey Si ohoda X , 1 i X i I U f? Susan Taylor ' ,,,.. A- A X ' Barbara Testroet 41 f , , Q L ' Cindy Theriot ,S - ' , y 4 Debby Theriot Y? 4" A , N Eugene Theriot V 15- , Q G hr" -" Anthony Thibodeaux ' 3, Q ,", X Dale Thibodeaux A N X- ' Ted Torres lx- D ,bk K' W Q li k Julie Trapp ' W V4 X Ethel Turk A , , A ' Q ' Wesley Vail 3- " ' i . 1 y Grant Voisin f Yr g 1 K A A x as 5 In J f fs Riff S 1 , " Q7 xl ' V 1 1 W A 2 Mark Wagespuck Louis Watkins 5? Roxanne Whitney ' W' ' Rosemary William ' Q :js-....,.,, Th .,,q-Qs pf""'N f M r :Z 553561 f V ,fee t . Q, ..-f:f,?, j-553 me Athletws "A sound mind in a sound .body"- at Vandebilt these Words hold true. The Athletic Department has earned a rep- utation as the best South Lou- isiana has to offer. No matter what we try, we always succeed Not merely at winning, but in developing a winning spirit. We are fortunate to have all the right ingredients for the best--coach, team and spirit, because We're Number One. ATEIZRIEPJ CE B3 . TIMMY STE. MARIE Split end COACH TOMMY THOMPSON le Bi-District Championship on first downs Q23-61 with the final score 13-13 defeating Notre Dame of -Crow- y. In his first year as coach at Vandebilt, Coach Thompson, has led the victorious Ter- riers in a 9-2-1 season. Coach Thompson, his staff, and the team combined their skills in an effort to put the Terriers Way out front. The student body gave its full support to the team and our coach. For bringing out the best in the Terriers, Coach Thompson, we salute you! The Vandebilt Terrier won the TOMMY WRIGHT Tackle Guidry picks up important first down in Notre Dame game. GPO Q!-HP IN HQ FINEST I-IOUPJ lf ' 1 'y L H , I, A A Qin, GREG DOIRON Y Guard A . K lf iaseff XY 1 Robichaux slips by Assumption as Popay holds the line. In their 2nd play- off game the Terriers defeated The Frank- linton Demons 10-7 when Richy Kosier scored from the 1 yd. PHIL TULLIS line. With seconds Flanker left in the game and J.. H score tied. Mummy Boudreaux secured the wins with a 23 yard field goal. .lukes grabs district win in game against Edward D. MIKE RQBICHAUX Willie' QlIJI'I4'l'lJLl4"li I63 - El t GEORGE POPAY Slothack THE TERRIER TRAINERS: Randy Bethcourt, Ricky Wright, Danny Babin, and Murke Trahan. . N . The Vandehilt Terriers ended ther '67 season with the semi-final game for state championship at Winnsboro. The Terriers had a great foothal-l season this year, winning all district and regular games. QPIIPJTAND DElEl2MlNN1ON LeBoeuf on rebound from smashing hit against Assump- tion back, I64 RUDY GUIDRY Tailback DANNY LeBOUEF Tailback FRANK PORRETTO Fullback BARRY HAYDEL Fullhaick Jukes gains six points in Homecoming game against Catholic A High of Donaldsonville. ' ' f Tl-IE FIG!-WING TEPRJEIZ TEAM GEORGE BOUDREAUX Center . VI, 'f v K... X vi-fs" . W ww W. W H: v W X t - vi f . . H' - . ,wt ,- ' ,-' . , MATT CHAISSGN Haydel squeezes through tight spot against Notre Dame. Center JOHN FARR ELL Tackle .. D'-lfiis Barry Blackwell receives punt from Hahnville, which helps set up winning 3 touchdown. 1 OOUIZAGE - BQCKBONE OF OUIZ WINNINGTEAM CLEVE "BUZZY" MATHERNE Guard THE 1967 TERRIER TEAM , Q ss ,.f1::11!'f:i1:i?i51i-..fE A l U :ii-41iii3i13f:i?g "lf , ' "ff"""'f'V" """ ' ' "' lffffT.Q4"T".'T-" lfifff QflQQf1f,7:,QQ,,,',,,,, , ,,,,,,!, V 4 4 E W W K , l V' AIW, 'gfijiffijlfffffiffjj.fjgE1Q,iQ'i,LfgQQQQ i!1k1Qfi,jAiQ,,1jQ,jg:,2Q,.i.,gjA1jgiQiQ'i,1 lbb X ,v . ,wr Q- - f . f "Cuff '.-A.f'- , f Q, 'E 9' 5.14, fr' , VM, g.. ,w'4'H: ,nf , ,J-A -- t K ifgliiw Kr 4' f-'it1f1f'L'fm 'f':f',ff ,Q J' --,ni J ' ' 2' V 'fi ' 1 I ,Ja was Terriers rejoice after defeating Edward D. White-gains district championship. V.C.H. 26 Central Lafourche 14 54- Port Sulpher 13 31 Assumption 0 27 Hanson 0 13 Hahnville 7 35 Patterson' 0 ROBERT JUKES-End 33 Ascension' 0 32 Berwick' 7 7 E. D. White' 7 A lil C 13 Notre Dame 13 10 Franklinton 7 6 Winnsboro 13 The most exciting game of the football season was the Van- debilt Terrier defeat of the E. D. White Cardinals on first downs with a score of 7-7. Robert Juices and 'Wlummyi' Boudreaux pulled through for the Terriers in the last 22 seconds of the game. H-.. RICKY KOSIOR-Quarterback H , JOHNNY LEDET.End ROCHE OURSO-Guard I 7 Mitch Thompson, 95411, a senior displays effort to gain points in the struggle against Patterson. Another basket made by Clifton Ciroir, a senior, adds 2 points for the Terriers iii the game against Berwick. I68 AN UNDYING Mike Thompson, 5433, a senior has a sure aim for another 2 points against Sam Barthe. The Vandebilt Terriers started their dis- trict basketball contest with a 70-64 vic- tory over the Ascension Bulldogs. The game progressed rather slowly in the first quarter, with both teams employing their most potent defensive techniques. The Terriers came alive in the 2nd quar- ter, as Mitch Thompson scored 23 points in 8 minutes. Ascension tied the game 56-all but Eschete pumped in his four straight gratis points, putting the Terriers in the clear the rest of the game. QPIPJTTO WIN A man with an impregnable spirit and a love for competition, Coach Gerald "Pop Cuni' Albert, has led the Terriers in outstanding victories dur- ing the past years. This year a school and a team wit- nessed the result of experience, ma- terial, and guidance to achieve a suc- cessful season of 24 wins and 3 losses. Congratulations Coach Albert! Charles Auhert, 9441, Freshman, displays skills in game with Central Lafourche, which shows him a promising asset to the Terriers. Mitch Thompson prepares to hurl the ball leaving the Bulldogs defenseless. I69 Tossing a sure ringer is Mike Rohichaux, Junior, in game against Sam Barthe. The Terriers defeated Patterson 92-48 in their second District 6-A contest. The Terriers were never behind, and outscored their op- ponents hy large margins in every period to register the victory. Phil Benoit, a junior, made his first appearance of the season and pumped in 8 points in the final quarter. Terrier substitutes, Hamilton and Crochet, overpower the hapless Hornets of Sam Banhe. VANDY CAGEPS Edward Eschete, a Junior, shoots for another 2 points, helping to lead the Terriers to victory against As- cension. The 1967-68 Terrier basketball team is: kneeling, .lackie Robinson, Wad Crochet, Charles Darsey, Putsey Mire, standing, Clifton Giroir, Mitch Thompson, Charles Aubert, Edward Eschete, Keith Tassin, Allen Hamilton, Phil Benoit, Mike Thompson. TOWARD ANGII-IE-121 ist Mike Thompson and Jackie Robinson struggle fearlessly for the ball in order to gain 2 points for the Terriers. ,J Charles Aubert singly fights against the Trojans of Cc-ntral Lafourche. I7I Giroir backed by Aubert and Thompson pulls through another Terrier victory over the Ascension Bulldogs. Running hard to reach the goal is Jackie Robison, a Junior, who added much to the Terrier's victory. Vandebilt Catholic High Terriers moved into the state cage playoffs with a 71 to 60 win over Edward Douglas White. The victory gave Vandebilt a 8-0 district record and the title in 6-A. l72 TEIZRJEI-21 Phil Benoit, a Sophomore goes in strong to recapture ball from Patterson. EN ,lacl-rie: Mike, and Clifton put the pressure on Ascension player in the Terriers first district 6-A game. Vandebilt Terriers clinched their fourth district title in five years with a victory over Berwick, 94-54. The team outscored the Panthers in every period and would have passed the century mark, but reserves were put in during the final period. Ten Terriers figured in the scoring led hy Clif Ciroir's 23 points and Mitch Thompson's 22 points. Other Terriers in the scoring were Mike Rohichaux with 15 points, Charles Aubert with 14 tallies, and Jackie Robinson with 6. ,,ii 39' lznsetero vicrowf a'-3 p , N , 5' . .l 51' Fic 1 Coach Albert, the "gun", gives the Terriers a pep talk during quarters. The fearless Terriers prepare for a tough fight against the Ascension Bulldogs. This year the mighty Terrier baseball team coached by S. P. LaRussa batted in another District 6-A Champion- ship. LaRussa's Terriers went on to capture Bi-District when they defeated Fort Allen on Terrier ground. Mr. LaRussa has taught and coached here at Vandy since its opening, but this was his first year as head base- ball coach. Out of gratitude, we salute you, Coach LaRussa! COACH S. P. LaRUSSA Al-!lTZAl2UN,AQCOI2E MIKE THOMPSON TIMMY STE. MARIE .,f '68 TERRIER BASEBALL TEAM Ist Row: Mike Robichaux, Jerome Chauvin, Ricky Kosier, Mark Faulk, Mackie Chauvin. 2nd Row: Timmy Ste. Marie, Phil Tullis, Curt Thibodeaux, Roy Breaux, Louis Boudreaux, Jackie Robinson. 3rd Row: Keith Tassin, George Boudreaux, Mitch Thompson, Mike Thompson, Roy Chauvin. Robichaux's line drive leads to another victory. A 1 -+5 1 Qi. .Y 1 -nk .. .i MIKE ROBICHAUX l75 I-, I . A MITCH THOMPSON Ricky Kosier steps into home for another Terrier run. THE POLIQHING OF gl RICKY KOSIER KEITH TASSIN PHIL TULLIS ROY BREAUX DOUGH DWWOND GEORGE BOUDREAUX JEROME CHAUVIN CURT THIBODEAUX Keith Tassin puts another Tiger out. I J! 3 4' 1. .f Mike Robichaux safe on 2nd as he makes his journey around the bases. Vandebilt's diamond-men closed their successful sea- son by bowing to Rapides 3-0 in the State semi-finals. Overall the Terriers sport a 19-3 season record with an 18-2 record, with a 9-1 mark in district play. In their regular season, the "Mighty 9" played two perfect contests in succession against John Curtis and Buras. Three district no-hitters in a row, 35 consecutive scoreless innings and five straight shut-outs against loop foes, which could rewrite the record books. The Terriers took the District title for baseball, add- ing to Vandebilt's four other district titles. This was truly the "Year of the Terrierv. l78 r NINE I Mitch Thompson nears home-safe on 3-rd base. SCHEDULE St. Bernard WOIl St. John Prep WOH Terrebonne WOII Hahnville WOH Buras WOII South Lafourche WOII John Curtis WOH Morgan City WOII E. D. White lost Mid City won South Lafourche WOII Mid City won South Terrebonne WOII St. John Prep won Terrebonne lost John Curtis won Buras won E. D. White won St. Bernard won Hahnville won TEAM RECORD 7-1 13-0 3-0 6-1 20-1 2-0 20-2 6-4 4-5 9-0 5-1 forfeit 3-0 5-0 0-2 10-0 10-0 10-0 12-0 7-3 WON 18 LOST 2 Tl-IEKNOW Five V.H.S. coaches share five 5991 district trophies Gerald Albert basketball Tommy Thompson, footballg S. P. LaRussa, baseball Melvin Spmella track and Brother John, golf. AVG. Jackie Robinson .429 Mitch Thompson .400 Rick Koiser .382 Louis Boudreaux .371 Mike Robichaux .358 Roy Chauvin .34-8 Phil Tullis .333 Keith Tassin .308 Mike Thompson .308 Curt Thibodaux .300 Tim Ste. Marie .230 Jerome Chauvin .200 Roy Breaux .161 George Boudreaux .083 Mark Faulk .000 TEAM .315 H. AB 3 7 22 55 21 55 13 35 24. 67 16 46 14- 4-2 8 26 16 10 3 52 14 61 3 15 5 31 1 12 0 3 16 518 ATERIZIEIZRUN FOIZVICTORY .N-' ,M f ' ,A -- 1 Coach Spinella receives trophy on behalf of track team. trophies, LeBouef and Pitre display ther skillful hand off which brought many victories for the 440 relay team. Vandebilt's super cindermen equaled the honors earned by the other Terrier teams, in achieving the district 6-A crown, but faltered in the class A Regional track meet.. After taking its district trophy very easily, the Terriers expected to place well in the Regionals. But with three of their top-flight performers missing from action, the Terriers track squad only managed to finish fifth in the bi-district meet at Crowley. Throughout the year, Vandy's cindermen had placed first in the two meets sponsored by Plaquemines, in the Vandebilt relays and in the district meet. Of course, the Terrier cindermen couldn't have gotten far without the help and devotion of their fine coach Melvin Spinella. I80 1 uv. f..,,.tp.:-.iran qvviyr- - m .1-4r,,, nw. J 4. - f 'Y Members of the V.C.H. track team proudly display three Rudy Cuidry breaks the string for another Terrier first. Brother John smiles proudly as he displays trophy. Members of the V.C.H. golf team are John Walker, Donald Dupont, Charles Lee, Eric Guillot, Putsy Mire. A TEI21-EJEIZ SWING Charles Lee demonstrates his winning swing. GOLF Out to gain more fame in the Tcrrier's year was the golf team led by Charles Lee and Eric Cuillot. Under the watchful eye of Brother John, Vandy's linksters took the district title in a six team league. They ended their season sixth in state and best in class A. As Brother John puts it, "the boys played se- rious golf' year round and never got out of shape. To be first in Class A and sixth in State, is a fitting tribute to the boys' hard work." Charles Lee added to the Terriers fame by placing second in the state tournament and tying for first in dis- trict. Eric Guillot took second place honors in the district. The team will miss the support of two fine seniors, John Walker and Eric Guillot. NG INT!-IE Coach Fletcher gives J.V. gridiron pep talk at half time. N 11 1968 JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK TEAM Junior Varsity strive hard to achieve another win. OFT!-JE Fritz Rau outjumps opponent to lead another Terrier victory. , ,, . 1 fzrwfmf gr- '-IL. ', ' f W g?l,? ,g,,,,,r,', 3 Dale LeBoeuf works hard at practice for J.V. Track. 1968 JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM A I83 :h-iff H 3 Q E I s A Xagggxggxi 'fiw' zz 2-,swfiiz 5 2 was li em. as 'WM iii ya ' ,-Q ty 5, Jr 4 We S t 5 , 'asf tk fir , 1,1 Q 'gi it M. 1, iv as Aj A kiwi Always at the back of the book, but where would we be without them? They sell their wares, congratulate their friends, and finance our ef- forts. No matter where in our hook, we must give thanks to our advertisers. '--as 35 ww, , A t m.,,,,W,, AX . SX ii it 5213 we if .5 ft' FWN., . 'f 5' f 5 1 .ff 4 41? Y fi Light ? ' 3 Q ,755 . 4 .pf KS Qgjigatfgg kfwffe EW' I85 CompIimenI's of: GENERAL TRUCK SALES 81 SERVICE, INC. and G.M.C. TIRE CO. HOME OF: Qualify Trucks, Tires, Par-I's and Service LOCATION: Corner Wes? Park S+. and Hollywood Rd. Phone: 876-I683 P8fS SALES 81 SERVICE, INC Air Cond. and Heating STEWART-WARNER and CHRYSLER AIRTEMP Service Is Our Business I86 AND GREAT SOUTHERN OIL TOOL INC. TENNESSEE GAS PIPELINE CO. ELWARD WRIGHT INSURANCE AGENCY 5I I School Sf. Houma, La. ES A. 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K- OFFSHORE K., 0 Y x ' Q 2 ff' I-I.I F. I S-J FW I 75:4-2: E g Tiff . gfc-uisi2'5M?g55f3 T f .Q I ..:,::.l:, 3 . -- -:fx f.: V- M H" Cfrmc' 11,"1f 'A , - .A,.,,,:1,A.. I. ..,., ,,. - E -- w E -2 . ,A- Jlfgfjrff. ff-S x- , MODERN Tues up T0 Isoo ILP. DIESEL FUEL DELIVERY BY BARGE DECK BARGES DIAL cRuDE OIL TRANSPORTATION 2 I FRESH WATER BARGES ENAC TUWI NG CU.,INC. Hpgbmmi' lZ00 EM. f ' N 1 1f,',4g2-1'- :fi f f f- f X NH X Advertising Doesnhr Cost U in the -X- fi- Courier X ' or the E? Press QUICK! -It Pays 3l2 School S+. AN Q 879-1557 ACCIDENT! il I98 I3I3 TUNNEL ROAD PHONE 872 3202 . HOUMA. LOUISIANA A1 Q, gfzwf giauahnl NEWEL PORCHE AUTO REPAIR 607 Lafayehe S+. Phone:872-2025 DUpRE'S TEXACO I00l Wesf Main M. DOUGLAS P. DUPRE Compliments of CHAUVIN BROTHERS, INC. FISH AND OYSTER DIVISION Seafood Distributors i W ALMA PUBLISHING CO. P.O. Box 709 Houma, La. 70360 ELWARD WRIGHT INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Personal Service Since I923 CHARLES A. 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DUPONT INC. QuaIi'ry and Service Since I856 Rolex Wa'IcI'1es 650 Ead' Main SI. Houma, La. I CompIimen+s of FAKIER JEWELERS Aufhorized Dealer for BENOIT'S MACHINE 81 REPAIR WORKS, INC Phone 879-2487 P.O. Box I I86 HOUSE OF FLOWERS I0I5V2 E. Main 257 Gabasse S+. Houma, La. 70360 Congrafulafions, Seniors L 3, B ELECTRICAL AND SAADI'S HABERDASHERY AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 206 E-1S+Main5+ree+ 3208 Camellia Ave. Phone 372-5946 Houma, La. Phone 872-0682 Phone: 2-5782 WHITIES CLEANERS Cleaning and Pressing 5I5 Hobson Sf. O. BABIN. Prop. Phone 879-2787 E95 Q BEBE'S SHOES The Finesi In Family Foofwear 325 Easf Main Sf. Houma, Louisiana 70360 Dresses by Villager and Ladybug HOLCOMBE INSURANCE AGENCY 416 East Park Avenue HOUMA, LOUISIANA 1 71. 5 jgffzffff' 3 L, AMER1CAN2jH5lff5EW5iSURANCE 117610 M mm E R A CENTURY OF SERVI LEDET INSURANCE AGENCY 209 Goode Sf. Phone 872-4577 LEBLANC ENGINEERS INC. 1201 BOND ST. HOUMA. LA. TELEPHONE UP 9-3768 Hquma' La, HEATING - COOLING DESIGN-CONTRACTING-SERVICE HARVEY LAFAYETTE a E I com on'r HEATING I COMFOR COOLING l vsN-r ATING C L E M E I uMlo1v con-mov. C 81 D OIL TOOLS, INC. I HY RON CS NS E Las l co Tao svsvsms Air Base Houma. La. MILLING - FISHING T. I. W. PRODUCTS HOUMA OFFICE PHONE FRANK FINUCANE 879- I 640 879-3997 EARL WILLIAMS 505 E. IvIaIn Sf. Phone 872-4488 LAKE CHARLES 433 :su HOME-HOLJMA B79 3203 X S , X I 4 flu-noE1'usE?Es1lNs HYDROBTATTSC ENGINEERS HOUSTON. TEXAS BILL ABERNATHY AREA M NAGER P O BOX 25, U' 3 4035 HOUM Louvsu A Complimenfs of LAMB RENTAL TOOLS NEIGNBDIINOUIJ CONVENIENCE PLUS BIG BANK SERVICE seven l.ncA'rmus BANK UF TERREBONNE 8 TRUST CU. 720 E. MAIN -couxlzu 1.:umssm E,xs'r sms BRANCH BANK or 'rnlmnnozwn as TRUST co. CORNER TUNNEL ROAD af GRAND CAILLOU ROUTE 4 COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Qkwugff Drive an mnefa window For Quick service IG ' wsslsme nmcn funk ,f X , COMMERCIAL Accoums ml Wm' 'W' 1 s NK Morlsv onnens ,owe .UNCH ,vi AUTOMOBILE LOANS jf' COMMERCI L LOANS C - L 55 Home LO NS SSI-N193 ' s FE Dsvosir sexes must nsmmwsm , . - ' su-4151 ' ' ,, ssl-uw I 872-2404 . .I, L ' Li .,.L...,,,, V :U 3 Dum -MCH 3 DULAC LA . Q MUNTEGUT IIANCH l 73 X FOI ALL LOCATIONS EXCE 5 cruuvm Monlseur DUL 1, nmcn a some nmcn 5 A K H E80 'I AM IIOMVT C E .L .1 IF- H ' comzrnsiilimfo i if Ill v -I iw! i A , nl P' - . an" ,V V ff - A sw' ' N , .KW f L--Ll,,..,. 1.-ng, v,-,J W. ,xvm?.,.,.g..g-Las1.- .- fe mar c? N55 i i i i w 1 M1-L K , r 1 A ex ff 'enum' Congrafulafions Seniors '68 BANK OF TERREBONNE 81 TRUST CO. xisrrztii, "The Thinking Fellow Calls A Yellow" YELLOW CAB COMPANY, INC. Radio Dispafchecl Cabs 7I5 E. Main Phone: Houma, La. 873-8585 873-7726 m 27 ' P' x09 Congratulations Seniors. HOUMA TRANSPORTATION CO. Q Z 'E5U1IlI'lEI, 1 2 ff 52' ',f--' IIIIII -4? E E' 'Y 21", .,.Z,: St- I asf In er fIW!fffI1fl!Izf4WI CompIimenI's of TENNESSEE GAS PIPELINE CO. MARY CATHERINE RANDALL JAMES PAUL GLENN PARKMAN LIQUOR STORE I 023 Barrow CORNER OF BARROW AND HONDURAS M V ILCOCCAIL AND LONG DISTANCE "WIFE APPRQYED MOVES AGENTS FOR NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES o STORAGE o PACKING o CRATING o SHIPPING o WAREHOUSE FACILITIES 873-7796 If No Answer Call 876-3307 - 872-02I4- 879-I33I - 876-I5I0 DUPLANTIS Movme a STORAGE co., mc. NAVAL AIR BASE HOUMA DISTRIBUTORS, INC CongraI'uIaI'ions 1, 0 H1 e 509 Sunsei' Ave. 879-2436 Seniors of '68 A from SADIE TREGRE BRIEN - ff :.., I ws ,. , I 'f fi If .zaf- IXZV lSL6'ZL8 Jo ISLZ'9L8 iauoqd I 'U -1 O 'U 2. 0 + O -1 'd ClElH:l'IV 3 OVN3 'HI' NI O nokeg "I O D 13 fn NVOI' 'IHSSEIA HO.LOW 9900! X08 a9!HO Pod -I 'ewnoH 'gem 'eu smo Complimen+s of B.S. 81 B. HOMCO BARROW DRUG STORE "Fas1' Delivery" 278 Gabasse 873-770i , fminm ,, fa ' ' 5 V' A jf jx, ME'-'falesma' ' .wmq Rug? A ',,'pJ1:,.. dibufmbat 5' M 1 ' , ' RQ ' .' ra F4 YPA Eu " ' faux Hlhitigvf ug!! v I Q L 81 S SUPER MARKET IOO4 Bayou Black Dr. Houma, La. Phone: 876-0825 SENIOR CLASS OF '68 SENIOR CLASS OF '68 BOOSTERS Complimenis of Mr. and Mrs. Junius Auihemeni Jos. A. Baldone Mrs. W. J. Chauvin John's Gulf Sfaiion Complimenis of Mary Susan Gifi' Judge and Mrs. J. Louis Waikins Mrs. Gladys Bergeron Blouin Fence and Supply Co. John Clune and Family Mrs. Edw. J. Daigle and Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Darsey "Doug and Punk" Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Foucheux The Frank Geardina Family Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Guidry Edgar P. Landry, M. D. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde LeBlanc Coral E. Marcel Mrs. Elmo C. Middlefon Mrs. Ani'I'a T. Picou Mrs. Conrad Picou Rudolph Ellender Eye Clinic 214 Shop Seniors of '69 Daniel Babin Trudy Begue Carole Chauvin Jerome Chauvin and Sandra Ledel' Class 9-A: Seniors '7I Byron Cook John Dagafe Diamond T Ranch Vernon Guidry Danny Fakier Befh Foucheux Lucien Gasfineau Sfevie and Keni' Guidry Lisa Haddad Jeannie and Carey Jeri and Cary Jo and Michelle Sally Landry Mifch and Pam "Poncey and Pancho" Seniors of '69 Mike and Roche Louise Sfrada ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Through This yearbook we have Tried To convey To you The hisTory oT The '67-'68 school year. We have made an eTTorT To symbolize Vandebilf as we see iT, a "School oT CharacTer in a School of Champions". ln The essence oT graTiTude we wish To express our Thanks To Those who helped preserve "The Year oT The Terrier". We wish To express our appreciaTion To The adminisTraTion and TaculTy, especially BroTher AlTred and Mr. Kenney Tor unselTishly giving oT Their Time and energy. To Taylor Publishing Company and Mr. Buck Anderson Tor services so graciously given. For phoTographic assisTance we express our graTiTude To Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Darrel Demoss STudios, ancl Mr. MaTThews oT School PicTures Inc. To Mr. LedeT and The Houma Courier Tor valuable assisTance. We would especially like To Thank our adverTisers. WiThouT Their Tinan- cial aid iT would noT have been possible Tor us To publish This Campus l.ighT. A special noTe OT Thanks To T-leningTon Publishing Company and SouTh- easTern Tor The ouTsTanding Yearbook Workshop during The summer of '67. WiThouT The HeningTon sTaTT, we would have been aT a ToTal loss. To SisTer Mary Magdalene, our advisor, wiThouT whose guidance and assisTance, The sTaTT could have never published This yearbook. we express our greaTesT appreciaTion. Acosta, Allyson .... Adams, David . . . Adoue, Dianne . . . . Alba, Ellen ...... Alba, Jane .... Alba, Stanley .... Alfred, Randy .... Amedee, Linda . . . Amos, Cathy ...... Anderson, Mary ...... Anderson, Michael .... Areeneaux, David . .. Arceneaux, Karen .... Authement, John .. . Authment, JONell .... Authement, Mark Authement, Patti . . . Authement, Susan Avet, Linda ....... Ayers, Linda .... Aubert, Charles .... Babin, Daniel Babin, Jerome . . . Babin, Michael .... Babin, Terry .... Badeaux, Gail ..... Barrilleaux, Melisa Barrow, Emily ..... Batiste, Donald .... . . Begue, Liz ..... Begue, Trudy .... Belanger, John . . . Belanger, Jean Benoit, Philip . . . Benoit, Thomas . . Bergeron, Charles Bergeron Donald . .. Bergeron Hank .... Bergeron Jack ..... Bergeron, Janice .... Bergeron Jerome ..... Bergeron Mary Beth Bergeron Michael ..... Bergeron, Oscar .. Bergeron Paula ..... Bergeron Stephanie .... Bethancourt, Randy Billiot, Charles .... Billot, Russel .... 2I6 40,41, INDEPG 43, 45, 132, 134 lfll, 41 156 143 .. 23, 24, 60, 68, 91, 100,59 132 140 140 ...40,140 .........154 24,41,100 ........154 148 140 142, 32, 132, 55 143 . 169, 171, 172 164, 132 132, 135 154 140 148 ......31,132 22, 27, 43, 47 , 60, 61, 64, 100 . ......... 132 . 132,171,172 132,133 132 140 140 141 141 143 132 143 141 148 Blackwell, Barry . . . Blanchard, Ray . . . Bland, Pamela ..... Blouin, Mary Adele . . . Blouin, Michelle ..... Bonvillan, Charlotte .... Bonvillan, Francis .... Borne, Jules ....... Boudreaux, Ann . . . Boudreaux, Charlene Boudreaux, George . Boudreaux, James . Boudreaux, Jed .. . Boudreaux, Louis . . Boudreaux, Marie . . Boudreaux, Michael Bourg, Charles .... Bourg, Loren . . . . . Bourgeois, Clysse .... Bourgeois , Catherine Bourgeois, Francis Bourgeois, Freddy . Bourgeois, Michael Bourgeois Bourgeois , Patricia , Vincent ..... Boyne, Mary Margaret .... Boyne, James .... Breaux, John .... Breaux, Raymond .... Brien, Margaret .... Briggs, Norris .... Brou, Paul ........ Broussard, David . . . Broussard, John . . . Brunet, Debra .... Brunet, Phyllis .. Butler, Barbara . Butler, Donna .... Butler, ' Irene . . . Caballero, Daniel ..... Caballero, Leonard Caillouet, Christine Caillouet, Mary .... Caillouet, James .. Caillouet, Therese . . . . 38, 79, 100 Canafax, Linda . . . . . . . . 148, 164 Canafax, Margaret 141 Carlos, Bert . . . 101 Cenac, April . . . . 166 101 154 141 154 132 154 32,133 101, 41 102, 165, 175, 177 ............ .141 154 33, 102, 175 148, 150 102 143 133 143 141 154 154 141 103 133 148 133 103,122 141 148 .. ...... 103 ...........149 . . . 32, 38, 103, 72 154 103 154 141 104 154 149 154 133 155 141 91, 104 149 155 104 141 Cenac, Cenac Cenac, Cenac Cenac 9 9 9 Christine .... Madeleine . . Nancy . . . Paddy ..... Paul ........ Champagne, Champagne, Champagne, Champagne, Champagne, Champagne, Charpentier, Barry . . Bruce . . Gregory John . . . Larry . . Myra . . . Charlotte Chaisson, Bonnie .... ............ 106,175 Duplantis, James ............. . . . Chaisson Chaisson Chaisson Chaisson Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, Chauvin, 1 Brant ..... Daniel .... Matt .... Susan Carole . . . Emery .... Fay ..... George .... Guy ..... Harriet .... Jennifer . Jerome . . Mackie . . Peggy . . . Peter ...... Richard . . . Roy ..... Stephanie William . . 32,134 Cipriano, Deborah .. Clement, Brenda ..... Clement, Jackie . . . Coel, Robin .... Coleman, Ann .... Coleman, Stephen . . . Collins, Mel ...... Cloud, David . . . Cooke, George .. Cox, Paul ...... Crochet, Anne .... Crochet, Pamela .... Crochet, Paula .... Crochet, Wad ....... Cunningham, Craig . . Cunningham, Francine Cunningham, Maureen Cunningham, Richard Dagate, James .... Dagate, Jerome . . . 155 29,40,133,134,135 149 ...... 149 .... 5,155 ..... 149 ... 141 ... 149 ... 155 ... 141 ... 149 ... 104 ... 133 ........ 155 .......... 141 ........ ... 53, 165, 104 .................... 149 .... 5,39,40,62,67,133,33 .................. 105 141 .................... 105 ...................... 141 .... 32,44,47,51,78,60,105 ...................... 149 ............ 133,175,177 .... 29, 61, 65, 133, 80 155 133 ... 106,174,175 ........ 106 ................... 149 . ...................... 155 .... 5,24,38,47,53,62,107 ,................... 107 ... 155 ...... 155 .......... 141 ... 141,59,35 ...... 133 .......... 142 ............. 149 ... 39,90,107,122 155 ... 142,170,171 .......... 134 ... 149 ... 155 ... 155 155 142 Dagate, John .... ........... 1 49 Dagate, Larence . . . . . 37, 142, 72, 57 Dagate, Tina .. ........... 134 Daigle, Joseph ........ . 107 Daigle, Neal ..... .... 1 55 Daigle, Stephen . , . . . . . 155 Daigle, Tommy . . . . . . . 134 Daniel, Relina . . . . . . . 134 Darsey, Ann ..... ....... 1 55 Darsey, Charles .... . . . 142, 171 Darsey, Jean ..... ...... 1 49 David, Brenda ........ ......... 1 55 David, Mary Alinda . . . 60, 88, 107 David, Patrica .... ........ 1 42 DeWitt, Gene . . . . . 14-9, 151 DeWitt, Mary . . . .... . . 156 DelBuono, Connie . .. 142, 28 Deroche, Arabella . -. 155, 28 Dill, Kristine .... 108,122 Doiron, Gay . . . .......................... . . 142 Doiron, Greg ...... 50, 63, 62, 61, 163, 108, 23, 90, 76 Doiron, James ............,.................. 142 Doiron, Jennifer .................... .... 1 49 Doiron, Mary Lou . - . . 43, 108 Doiron, Thomas .... Domangue, Aubrey Domangue, Steve .... Dubois, Carolyn .. Duet, Paula ..... Duplantis, Gail . . . Duplantis, Maria . . Duplantis, Pam . . . Duplantis, Susan .... 142 108 156 149 ..142 ,...134 134 ... 50,54,64,61,47,39,68,81,44 108,22,25,40,41,60,80 52,47,109 150 Dupont, Donald . . . . . . 143, 181 Dupont, Jerome . . . . . . . 150 Dupre, Anita .. .. 150 Edgeoombe, Bernice . ..... 150 Ells, Kathy ...... .... 4 1, 109 Ellender, Albert .... ...... 1 09 Ellender. Claude . . . ,..... . 150 Ellender, Gary . , . Ellender, Maria . . . 23,143 156 Ellender, Michael .... .. . 89, 105, 110 Ellender, Robert ........... 61, 66, 143 Ellender. Stephanie Erny, Elizabeth .... Ellender, Mary .. Eschete, Edward . . . Eschete, Lee . . . 47,29,81,110,54 ..... 150,151,23,59 110 134, 170, 171 ., ........ 156 2l7 114,41,60,91 Glaze, Joan .. Ethridge, Lorraine Fabregas, Louis .. Fakier, Michael . . Fanguy, Daniel .. Fanguy, David . . . Falgout, John .... Farrell, Nancy . . . Farrell, John .... Farrell, Terry .. Faulk, Mark .... Fesi, DeVonne . . . Fillingham, Frank Fillingham, John . Fillingham, Philip Fleming, Pauline . Flynn, Jeffery .. . Flynn, Mike ..... Flynn, Sharon Fontenot, Marie . Froshag, Tuppy . . Fouchaux, Beth .. Fouchaux, Lydia Freeman, Lloyd . . French, Fran .... Gaidry, Norma .. Gastineaux, Lucien Gautreaux, Anna . Gautreaux, Loretta Gautreaux, Shirley Giroir, Clifton . . . 156 111 ... 23,150,151 ......... 143 ....... 143 ............ 156 . ............... 41, 143 105,111,122,166 ...........: 156 ... 143,175 ..... 150 ....... 156 .... 111,87 ..... 150 .... 111,25 ....... 150 ... 43,36,111 ....... 143 ..... 156 .... 134 ..... 134 ..... 39, 112 150 .. 41, 45, 134, 71 150 150 134 112 38,41,78,89,112 . . . . . . 4, 60, 112, 168, 171, 172, 173 Glroir, Harold .... ....................... 1 34 Givens, Barbara Glaze, Willie .... Goodrow, Fred .. Gordon, Kathleen Gordon, Patrick . . . Green, Beverly .... Green, Pearly .... 156 135 112, 59 113 150 156 143 135 Gremillion, Susan ............................ 156 Griffin, Larry .....,......................... 143 Guidroz, Chris . 42, 64, 61, 20, 68, 113, 22, 24, 25, 68, 60, 54, 88 Guidroz, Jerry .... ---'--- 1 56 Guidroz, Steve . . ---- 156 Guidry, Albert .... -------.--- 1 56 Cuidry, Cary ,,,, ......... 1 43, 69 Guidry, Charmaine ,... .... 40,68,105,113 Guidry, Felicia ..... ..... 1 51, 155, 28 Guidry, Jim .... 218 156 Guidry, Jimmie . . . Guidry, Rudy .... Guidry, Vernon . . . Guilbeau, Myrtle .. Guillot, Bobby . . . Guillot, Eric ..... Guillot, Rhoda .... Haddad, Gregory . Haddad, Mary .... Hagen, Ellen .... Hamilton, Allen . . . Hamilton, Marian . Hamilton, Peter . . . Hamilton, Randolph Hamner, David . . . Hamner, Kenney .. Hardeman, James . Hardeman, Karen . Harris, Alton ..... Harrison, Anise .. Harrison, Ann .... Haydel, Agnes . . Haydel, Barry .... Haydel Marie . . . Haydel Martha . . . Hebert, Curtis . Hebert, Earl .... Hebert, Ludger .. Hebert, Mark .... Hebert, Matt .... Hebert, Patricia . . . Hebert, Sheryl . . . Hebert, Susan Hebert, Ronald . . . Henry, David .... Henry, Debbie .... Herraghty, Ann . . . Hickman, Tony . . . Hicks, Douglas . . . Himel, Laura .... Houtz, Celia .... Howard, James .. Howard, Joseph . . . Hughes, Betty Hughes, Michael .. Hungerford, Lise . Husband, Arthur . . Husband, Elizabeth Husband, Shauna . Husband, Debbie .. Hutchinson, Dale .. . .......... 143 . 51,114,180 135 151 135 114,122,181 . 151,155,23 ... 135 156 143, 170, 171 ........ ..156 157 143 ...151 143 135 157 . .......... 135 135 ..... 32,135 .... 115,165 ..... 135 ........ 151 .... 115,122 ...... 135 ... 157 ... 157 ... 143 ... 157 ... 144 ... 151 151 . 155,157,23 ..... 72,115 .... 144 ... 135 .... 151 ... 71,144 .... 135 ... 144 ... 144 ... 157 ... 107 ... 157 ... 151 ... 157 ... 115 ... 144 Istre, Adam .... Jackson, Christine .. .loan ..... LeCompte, Sandra Jackson, Jackson, Sheila . .. . Jukes, Carlisle .. Jukes, Robert ........ Junot, Patrick Junot, Philip . . . Kamman, Georgia .... Keen, Georgette .. Keife, Kathlyn .... Keife, Mary Beth . . . Kenny, Keith .... Kenny, Nita .... King, Barry .... King, Dale ...... Kinnard, William . . Kirkland, Bruce .... Kraemer, Karen . .. Koiser, Mary ..... Koiser, Richard .... Konieczka, Dianne Konieczka, Frank Kraus, Bennet ..... Kraus, Gary .... Labbe, Michael .. Labit, Michael . . . 144 .., 21,135,29,41,6o,71 ....................... 157 53, 167, 163, 165, 105, 115, 129 Junot, Mary lda ....................... 151,23,35 ... 135,55,35 .............. 151,24 ..................... 144 ... 37,135,137,37,36,71 ................... 157 ... 33,116,25,33,41,79 116 151 .... 144,66,61,23 ... 62,167,67!1 Edmund ...................... Joy .......................... liz. 50,47,20,26,44,22,24,25 Landry, Arlene .. Landry, Benjamin .. Landry, David ..... Landry, Beverly .... Landry, Landry, Landry, Landry, Martha .. Landry, Sally ...... Lapeyre, Catherine ..... Lapeyrouse, Deborah .. LaPeze, La Peze, LaRose, Jo Ann ...... Sally .... Patsy . . . Lasseigne, lean . . . LeBlanc, LeBlanc, Danette ...................... Sylvia . . LeBoeuf, Catherine LeBoeuf LeBoeuf a Dale . . . , Daniel .... 37,136,137,37,3 157 144 ... 157,85 36,175,176 ....... 144 ... 157 ... 157 ... 151 ... 157 ... 136 ... 145 ....... 145 ....... 145 136,137,29 145 145 116,55,88 83 ....... 151 .. 152,136 ... 157 ....... 116 ....... 145 39,136,40 ....... 136 .... 32,136 151 6,54,71,28 ,...... 157 .. 152,183 116,13o,76 LeBoeuf, Kathleen . .. ............ . 117 LeBoeuf, Margaret . . . . . . 137, 36, 136, 56 LeBoeuf, Martha .. ............. 136 LeBoeuf, Robert ..... .... 1 17, 71 Ledet, Connie .... ...... 145 .... 152, 71 Ledet, Dale ...... .... 1 45 Ledet, David .... .... 1 36 Ledet, Patrice . . . .................... . 158 Ledet, Marie .. ....................... 152 Lee, Charles . . Lee, Donna . ... 65,60,61,82,133 181,136 ....................... 152 Lester, J an .... .......... .... 1 5 2 Lewis, Blondie . . . ...... . 117 Lina, Ronald .... .... 1 18, 41 Licalzi, James . . . ..... . 145 Lombard, Rhonda Lottinger, David . Lottinger, Philip . Luke, Betty ..... 158 158 158 158 Luke, Claudia ... .... 136 Lyons, Carol .... .... 1 52 Lyons, Edward .. .... 158 Mahler, Jennifer . Marcel, Allison . . Marcel, Brenda .. Marcel, Denise Marcel, Jennine Marcel, Lydia Marcel, Steve .. ......... 158 ... 152,151,23 ..... 152,136 .... 137 .... 158 .... 158 .... 118 Marcel, Wlayne ......................... 152 Marcello, Curt ............................... 158 Marcello, Melanie . Maricelli, Debra . Marlnande. Carolyn Martin, Celeste , , . Martin, Diane Mazerac, Nedra .. . . 45, 39, 68, 133, 134, 137. 24. 40, 63,60,55 145 152 105, 118, 40, 79 45,134,137,29,40 Matherne, Buzzy . .......... 116, 119 Matherne, Connie .. .-.... 158 Matherne, Cynthia .. .... 152 Matherne, Jody .... .... 1 58 Matherne, Michael .. .... 137 Matlock, Nancy .... .... 1 52 McCulla, Edward . . . . . . . 152 Mclflroy, Annette .. ....... 145 McElroy, Charles . . . ..... . . . . 145 McElroy, Elizabeth .... 31, 137, 31 McElroy, Fay ................................ 119 Mclntire, Don ............................... 152 Mclntire, Judy .... 63, 62, 61, 68, 86, 129, 20, 119, 22, 23, 24, 25 2I9 Mclntire, Susie McNabb, Carolyn .. . Melancon, Ellen . . . 137 14-5 137 Melancon, John .... . . Melancon, Pau.l . Melancon, Peggy ...... . 145, 66, 61, 47, 26, 23, 41, 71 Michel, Elizabeth .... .....................,. 1 46 Michel, Martha . . . , , , 152 Michel, Joseph . . . , , , 137, 4 Miguez, Ellen .... Milton, Mary .... Mire, Cathy . . . Mire, Putsy ...... Mire, Richard Molaison, Arlene . . . Moliason, Craig ..... Molaison , Richard . . . Molaison, Roger .. Molitor, Pamela .. Monterio, Charles Moore, Moore, Moore, Gayle .... Jeri .... Louis . . . . Morgan, Agnes .... Morgan, Angela .... Morgan, John . . . Murry, Murry, Murry, Ellen .... Janet .... Pearl .... Musso, David . . . McLaughlin, Pam Naquin , Dawnelle . . . Nichols, Nanette . . . Nixon, Null, E Nyssen, Ambrose . . . lizabeth . . . Nina .... Nyssen, Nona .... Nyssen, Truce . . . . Nyssen, Trudy . . . Olivier, Oubre, Oubre, Richard . . . Gwen . Richard .... Ortego, Dean .... R Ourso, oche .... Patterson, Carolyn Patterson, Patterson, Victoria Pellegri Pellegrin, 220 n, Katherine Glenda . . . Mike .... ....... 146 ......... 138,28 .............. 158 .... 146,171,23,181 .............. 152 ... 152 ... 152 ... 119 ... 158 ... 138 .......... 152 .............. 138 ....146,23,25,29 ............ 152 ... 146 ... 120 ... 138 ... 146 ... 138 ... 158 ... 152 ... 119 146 152 120 138 H.. 146,66,61,28 .... 120,54,87,28 .... 120,90,77 158 146 146 158 ... 167,133,138 ....... 152 ........ 152 ... 32,138,40 ..... .... 120, 87 .... 81,121,24,81 Pickering, Donn .. Pickering, James . . . Picou, Chris ,..... Pierron, Suzanne . . Pitre, Jerome ..... Pitre, Eric ..... Pizzalato, Sam .... Porche, Lydia .... Poiencot, Norma .. Popay, George .... Porche, Allen . . . Porche, Ellen ..... Porche, Anthony .. Po rretto, Frank ..... Pouraiau, Deborah Prejean, Luane Prestenback, Myrna Profumo, Mary . . . Purcell, Thomas .. Pye, Diane ....... Purvis, Barbarba . Rau, Jimmy .... Rau, Fritz ........ Rauch, Tim ...... Redden, Christine . Rhodes, Lynell ..... Rhodes, Mary .... Rhodes, Wayne . . . Richard, Henry .... Richard, Marrhew .......... .................. Rieve, Chris ................................. Robichaux, Ernie . . 65, 61, 21, 68, 138, 21, 22, 68, Robichaux, Michael Robinson, Jackie . . Robinson, Lawrence Robinson, Jerome . Rome, Gerry ..... Rome, Philip .... Rome, Rhonda .... Rucker, Marie .... Rue, Robert .... Ruffin, Joyce . . . Saia, Jeanne .. . . . . . Sanchez, Alfredo .. Sandoz, Robert Sandoz, Lynn .... Saulman, Ginger . . Savoie, Gwen .... Scafide, Gregory .. Schexnaydre, Mona .... 138 ...... 146 ... 146,32 ...... 152 ... 121,180 ...... 138 .... 146 138 . ................. 158 164,52,121,76,81 .i1liiiii.:iiil..158 152 61,122 158 146 158 158 158 138 156 84,57 ... 152,151,77,183 158 158 ... 146,40,41 ... 158,156 .... 146 .... 146 158 122 60, 59 .. 163, 136, 138, 170, 173, 60, 175 .. . . . . 135, 139, 171, 172, 173, 175 158 . ............ 158 158 24,29,40,133,139 24, 153 147 153 .... 24, 122 ...... 153 .... 123 ........ 153 .... 151,153 .... 153 .... 153 147 Scott, Beverly ..... ----------- 1 25 Schexnaydre, Paulette Schoen, Patrica ..... Schoonenberg, John . Schoonenberg, Nancy Scott, Brenda ...... Scurto, Dorothy . . . Scurto, Charles . . . Scurtoi Mike .... Seally, Burton .... Servin, Thomas . . . Sevier, Vic ...... Shephard, Janet . . . Smith, Cindy .... Smith, Frank . . . Smith, Heidi .... Soignier, Mark .. . Somme, Debbie . . . Somme, Don .... Somme, Louis . .. Songe, Carol .... Songe, Janice . . . Songy, Barry .... Sothern, Rachel .... Strada, Louise ...... Ste. Marie, Tim St. Julien, Alice 153 .......35, 153 91,122,13 153 147 153 153 147 32, 54, 138 158 153 23, 77, 151, 157 147 4o,57,133 123 139 159 139 159 139 147 139 123 36, 37, 137, 139 . 2, 5, 50, 61, 62, 64, 86, 124, 174, 175 139,153 St. Julien, Mitchell ............................ Suttle, Henry . . . Svoboda, Carey . Svoboda, Sherry Tabor, Lewis . . . Tassin, Keith .... Tassin, Patrica Taylor, Mary .... Taylor, Shannon . . . Taylor, Susan . . . Testroet, Barbare . . ........................... 153 28, 155,156, 159 f f '23, 43, '61','33,' 71, 80, 82, 133, 139 147 .. 139, 175, 176 153 147 35,84,142 ....,156,159 159 Thompson, Mike .. 4, 77, 105, 124, 168, 171, 174, 175 Thompson, Mitch . . 4, 32, 60, 125, 168, 169, 171, 172, 176 Torres, Ted .... Toups, Alfred .... Toups, Bonnie .. Trahan, Murke . . . Trapp, Julie ..... . Trapp, Mary Ann . 175, 153 134, 135, 164 159 147 Tullis, Philip .................... 125, 163, 175, 176 Turk, Ethel ...... Turner, Jeannie . . . Turner, Beth Vail, Wesley .... Valdes, Elha ...... Valdes, Richardo .. Vincent, Jennifer .. Voisin, Grant . . . Voisin, Jerome Voisin, Pam .... Voisin, Romettra .. Voss, Vaughn .. Waguespack, Mark Walker, John ..... Walker, Liz .,.... Watkins, Bubba . . . Watkins, Mary Kay White, Tyrone .... Whitney, Andree .. Wlhitney, Christine Whitney, David . . . Whitney, Roxanne Wiemann, Judy . . . Wiemann, Kevin .. Williams, Charlotte Williams, Martha ..... 32, 44, 71, 126, 41, 68, 55, 78 159 139 153 153 159 134 126 36,126 153 159 31,39,105,126,131 ........,......159 ....40,147 ......126 ....147 ......153 ...43,127 ......159 ......35,153 .....37,7o,127 27,40,71,147 .....29,41,139 ..........159 Testroet, William .... . . . 153 Williams, Rosemary Theriot, Anne .... . .. 153 Winder, S1dnCY ---'-- """" 1 47 Theriot, Cynthia .... 159 WiHdCfS1ViCkY 403413147 Theriot, Debbie 159 Windham, Kathy .. ....... , .... 147 Theriot, Edward ,,,, 153 Wright, Carol .... 53, 47, 25, 127, 78, 18 Theriot, Gene ,,,,, 159 Wright, Tommy .... ....... 4 9, 60, 90, 127 Theriot, Jerome , , , , , , 124 Wright, Richard . . ........... . . . 147, 164 Therioi Judy , , , r , , 124. 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