The Buffalo Spirit shines through in an action-packed
’82!Our football season opens with an air of excitement as Buffalo fans anxiously enter the stadium to cheer our team and support the new herd of battling Buffaloes.
3Friday night football provides an opportunity for an expressive and talented performance by a successfully dedicated Baker High School Band. Conscientious band members practice daily after school to perfect their routines and showmanship for the Friday night games. Several band members were featured in a solo, honoring Robert E. Lee, during the Hammond vs. Baker game.
4Cameras capture various responses from our students and teachers. Rare emotions arc depicted on these pages. Mr. Noble is absorbed in biological thoughts. Mrs. Narcisse beams radiantly as she maintains control of Eric Williams, and Mrs. Pratt attempts a mathematical explanation for Charles Wintz.
Correlating the techniques mastered in the classroom, these individuals exhibit a practical application of the skills learned in the horticulture class, the science laboratory, and the physical education program.m
Scholars often gather in the library to investigate certain aspects of their assignments. While Mrs.
Sumrall completes the arduous task of accumulating the seniors' records, this one senior appears not in the least concerned.10Opening the doors of Baker High School this year, our student body swings into another year’s routine. Although the schools in Fast Baton Rouge Parish have been desegregated, this session commenced under new desegregation orders. Baker High School’s initial program functioned successfully with cheerful student participation.
11Invited by the cheerleaders to the Covington pep rally, Mr. Bullock (the Assistant Principal on leave) encouraged the student body to support our team’s courageous efforts.14SENIORS
SENIOR PERSONALITIES 18-25 PROM 28-31 GRADUATION 32-35 SENIOR SHOWCASE 36-41 HOMECOMING 42-47 FOOTBALL 48-61 ADMINISTRATORS, SECRETARIES,
ART, AND SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS 62-67
1VDA RIQHOP DAMW WII I'KAnthony Allen Sam Alsandcr Darryl Andrews Brett Antolinc Doug Arbour
Kimberly Arnette Tina Arscncault
Desiree Aultman Jcrric Badeaux
Jodie Bailey Richard Bailey
Susan Bambarger Theresa Bankston
Wade Barnes Ricky Barnett Stacie Barrios David Barrow Lorraine Batiste
20John Rates Darrell Baxter Jennifer Beard Edna Belonc Quccnic Bcthlcy
Martic Bishop Myra Bishop Robin Blanchard Marsha Boles Paula Booker
Mary Boucher Monica Boucher Robin Bracy Virginia Brandi Todd Bridges
23Roxanne Bullcr David Burns Deborah Burns Mccho Burns Dana Burris
Stephanie Chustz 1-inda Brown Sonia Brown Vivian Brown Robbie Bryant
24Kenneth Clark Wayne Clark Rhonda Cline Tony Coale
Elizabeth Cobbins Brenda Coleman Trcsslcr Coleman Arthur Collins
MOST TALENTED SHAWN JONES JIM WILLIAMSJoseph Cornclious Cascillc Courtney Carl Dahadie David Dabadic Lisa K. Davis
Lisa Davis Percy Davis Rhonda Dawson bdana Dayrics Joey Dillon
Terence Dino Laurie Doughty Clana Douglas Cherry Drew Lori Duke
Janice Dunn Tammy Dunn Kevin Durr Sherman Dyer Rachel Edwards
Robert Eschcr Paul Evans Jerri Farhand Ron Farris Kenneth Fauver
Ethel Ferry Cynthia Fisher Todd Fitzpatrick Tommy Floyd Casey Folmar
26Roy Forbes Shane Forbes Adrianne Foster Telfry Gaines Dawn Gajan
Ranee Galbo David Garrett Michael Gauldcn Barry Gauthier Robin Gay
Tony Gendron Bonita George Shawn Gibson Darrell Gill Jerry Gilliam
Diane Gonzales Isabel Gray Shampclla Green Lori Griffin Morris Griffin
Kenneth Guidry Rhonda Guillaume Rhonda Guillaume Doug Hall Lillie Hall
Allen Hamilton Rhonda Hammons Jerald Hardy Viola Harris Becky Hartley
27Donna Hebert Stacie Hcil John Herring Alfred Hickman Kim IlilS
Robert Hilliard Tina Holgcnson Steve Hubert John Hudnall Stcfanic Hughes
Shannon Ishcc Darlene Jacobs Paul Jacobsen Arthur Jackson Jimmy Jackson
Lisa Jackson Marlon Jackson Traci Jackson Jeff Jarreau Barbara Jefferson
Mike Jenkins Necchi Johnson Terry Johnson Shawn Jones Randy Jordon
Phoebe Judson Julie Kimbcl! Brenda King Veronica Kyles Susan Lanoux
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Mona I vonsAnnette Mansfield Toni Marionneaux
Chris Marlin Mark Matherne
Apple Mayo Charlie McCartney
Natalie McCIcary Mitch MeGrew Gena McKenzie Lee McKenzie Steven McLaren
Bonnie McLin l.orct McQuirtcn Karen McWilliams Angela Medieros Dana Michelli
James Miller Jodie Miller Angela Mi Icy Gwen Montgomery Mary Mouton
30Shirley Moreau Mike Munn Kim Musselman Melanie Naquin Buddy Neal
Marlin Ned Lorenzo Neff Jena Neticr Troy Neules l.arry Norman
Alex Nurse Kelly Palm Debra Parker Fayette Parker Tammy Patterson
Linda Patton Brenda Payne Terry Perkins Scott Peterson Doug Pickering
Karl Poland Gloria Porter Rochelle Prcscot Brett Rabel John Randall
Rag3n Rankin Daryl Redditl Allen Reed Laurie Rice Patricia Richard
32Charmainc Riles Rocky Ritchie Satin Roan Baron Roberson Selena Robertson
Marty Robinson Frederick Rowe
Sharyl Rushing David Sadler Charles Sanders Angela Sauls Glenda Scallan
Cynthia Scott Lori Sellers
Stephanie Sellers Larry Sequin Carrie Sharp Becky Shelton Scotty SheltonF.ric Siau Julie Sibley Ellen Sillingcr Susan Sinionncaux Darryl Sims
Joyce Singleton Eric Smith Etorial Smith Ewell Smith
Robin Smith Kay Southall Patrick Spann Andy Stamps Tommy StanleyMichelle Stansberry Bill Stevens Dewayne Stevens Kelly Stevens Danny Stewart
Margarett Stewart Sandra Stewart Noel Stiles Tony Stone Patricia Story
Jim Strahan James Tardie Georgia Tassin Vannessa Tate Jill Taylor
Samuel Alsander “Congratulations, Samuel Ellis Al-sandcr, from Mr. and Mrs. Evans Alsander Sr. and family. This is the beginning of a new day God has given you.”
36Lisa Taylor Mona Taylor Joslyn Tcasette Holly Thatch Chris Thomas
Sidney Tircuit Rachel Trahan Mike Tullicr Paul Turner Karl Vizinat
Sheila Waguespack Angie Walden Regina Wallace Jim Walters Hugh Webb
dlarsha Lynne Boles “Congratulations-Lynnc. We wish all the best. Hope you get. what vant out of life. May God bless
om and Dad
“Congratulations son. We want you to know we arc proud of you and love you very much. May God bless
Anthonv Wells Clark Wells l.iz ic West Daniel Westmoreland Paul Whaley
Bruce Whatley Laverne W'hitc Angela Wiggins Tracy Wilkinson Danny Williams
George W'illiams Gregory Williams James W'illiams Jim Williams Marlon Williams
18Patricia Williams Jane Willis Brenda Wilson Monica Wilson Sonsccahray Wilson
Candy Winans Jeff Wise Charlotte Wyblc Percy Young Henry Youngblood
39“Congratulations, Edana. Your parents and grandparents wish you the best ofluck in whatever you do. We love you and wish you much happiness and good fortune in your future endeavors." Love,
Mom, Dad, Jed, Wvnette, and, youi Grandparents
Lori Griffin “Congratulations Lori.”
“Troy, youTOve always mad proud of you. youro a fine you with a wonderful future ahead God btess you and watch ova-you leaye for college. We loVe much.’"
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The members of the 1982 Homecoming Court arc Myra Bishop. Martie Bishop. Melanie Naquin. Shawn Jones. Ja nc Willis, l.isa Dcsbian. Kathy Mosley. Michelle Wright. Tammy Jackson. Kristi Perot. Lori Wells. Tyra Stewart. Tasha Elbert. Staci McKenzie, Kim Schilling. Dcmelris Collins, and Jennifer Stevens.
With beauty; the only things that are lost are words.
The crowning of the 1982 Homecoming Queen occurred during the halftime festivities of the Central game. MYRA BISHOP was escorted by her grandfather, A. D. Johnson. This vivacious young lady is Vice President of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. President of Cooperative Office Education, Chaplin of the Beta Club, Chaplin of Tri-Hi-Y, and Secretary of the Senior Class. Myra is a member of Mu Sigma and the D. H. Holmes Fashion Board. Myra enjoys sports, crafts, traveling, and sharing with others. Her future plans include sharing God's love and following his example.The Senior Maid, SHAWN JONES, was escorted by her brother, Louis D. Jones. Shawn’s enthusiasm and hard work arc reflective in her excellent performance as the Baker High School Drum Major. Shawn is an active member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club,
Mu Sigma, and Mu Alpha Theta. Shawn's interests include music and gymnastics. Her goal in life is to attend Louisiana State University and major in computer science.
The Senior Maid. MELANIE NAQUIN, was escorted by her father. Calvin Naquin. Spirited Melanie is the Co-Captain of the Cheerleader Squad, President of the Beta Club, Treasurer of the National Honor Society, and Vice-President of the senior class. Melanie is an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Mu Sigma, and Mu Alpha Theta. She enjoys jogging, swimming, and cheering. Melanie’s future plans include attendance at Louisiana State University. “Whatever the future has in store,” Melanie said, “I'm going to give it my all.”
The Senior Maid,
MARTIE BISHOP was
escorted by her father. Jack A. Bishop. Martic is Treasurer of The Beta Club, Vice-President of Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Vice-President of Cooperative Office Education, and Secretary of the senior class. Martie is a member of Mu Sigma and serves on the D.H. Holmes Fashion Board. A few of her interests arc horseback riding, sports, and crafts. God is first in her life, and her future plans include missionary work for the Lord.
Ja nc Willis
The Senior Maid, JAYNE WILLIS, was escorted by Taurcs Pclichct, her uncle. Jayne, a former student of Scotlandvillc High School, has become an avid supporter of the activities of Baker High School. Jayne’s activities include, membership in The Distributive Education Clubs of America, skating, dancing, and music. Jayne’s plans involve the special education field.
43Lisa is a member of Tri-Hi-Y and an eager supporter of the Beta Club. LISA DESBIAN, a Junior Maid, was escorted by her father, Larry Laursen. Lisa’s hobbies consist of waterskiing and playing raquetball. Lisa has been employed at Baker Office Supply for approximately two years. Lisa anticipates attending Louisiana State University and majoring in medicine.
Kathy is an enthusiastic member of the Distributive Education Clubs of America and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. KATHY MOSLEY, a Junior Maid, was escorted by Earnest Mosley, her father. Kathy enjoys water skiing and playing raquetball. Kathy is employed at D. A. Barber and Son Jewelers. Kathy’s future plans arc to attend Louisiana State University.
Michelle is an active member of the Beta Club, Spirit Council, and was elected as a Baker High School Cheerleader. MICHELLE WRIGHT, a Junior Maid, was escorted by her father. Dunk Wright Sr. Michelle enjoys nature, swimming, skating, and touch football. Michelle’s future plans include attending college at Southern University and majoring in the field of science.
Tammy is a devoted member of the 4-H Club, the Spirit Council, and Junior Achievement Youth Organization. TAMMY JACK-SON, a Junior Maid, was escorted by her uncle, Melvin Berely. Tammy’s extra curricular activities such as bowling, skating, jogging, and swimming take much of her time. Tammy said that she will live for God and head in whatever direction he leads her.SOPHOMORE
The Sophomore Maid, TYRA STEWART, was escorted by her brother, Ty Stewart. Tyra’s extra curricular activities involve swimming, skating, and music. Upon graduation from high school, Tyra plans to become a cosmetologist.
The Sophomore Maid, KRISTI PEROT, was escorted by her father, Pete Perot. Kristi it an active member of the Dance Corps. Kristi enjoys softball, volleyball, water skiing, and dancing. Upon graduation from high school, Kristi plans to attend college and major in computer technology.
The Sophomore Maid, TASHA ELBERT was escorted by her father, Noland Kelly. Tasha is a member of the Interact Club, Spirit Council, Z Club, and 4-H Club. Tasha’s hobbies consist of swimming, running, dancing. and drawing. Tasha’s future plans include attending college, becoming a cosmetologist, designing fashions, and working as a fashion model.
The Sophomore Maid, LORI WELLS, was escorted by her father, C. O. Wells. Lori is a member of A Cappclla Choir and Girls Choir. Lori’s interests include softball, water-skiing, horseback riding, volleyball, and dancing. Lori’s future plans involve attending college and earning a degree in psychology.
Staci was selected as a Freshman Maid and was escorted by her father, Jimmie McKenzie. STACI MCKENZIE is interested in softball, water skiing, and shopping in the mall. Staci’s future plans are to attend Louisiana State University.
Dcmctris was chosen as a Freshman Maid and was escorted by her father, Reginald Thomas. DEMETRIS COLLINS enjoys dancing, swimming, and lengthy conversations on the telephone. Dcmctris’s future plans include attending Louisiana State University and studying to become a computer scientist.
Kim was chosen as a Freshman Maid and was escorted by her father, Ted Schilling. KIM SCHILLING is an active member of the Spirit Council at Baker High School. Kim's hobbies include volleyball, softball, and dancing. Kim’s goal is to attend Southeastern University and study to become a pediatrician.
Jennifer was selected as a Freshman Maid and was escorted by her father, Claude Jackson. JENNIFER STEVENS is a member of Future Homemakers of America, Foreign Language Club, and the Buffettes. Jennifer's hobbies include swimming, dancing, modeling, and playing the piano. Jennifer’s goal in life is to attend Louisiana State University and study to become a computer scientist.
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C. Thomas. L. White. C. Moran. R. Knighten. S.C. Franklin. T. Coates. M. Stringer. A, Hinajosa, J. Bowie, T. Johnson, Ty. Stewart, B. Cupit. C. La Fleur, L. Jones. SITTING: K. Cclcstinc. E. Saiu. J. Cornclious, R. White. W. Green. M. Jenkins, C. Dixon, D. Guidry. A. Jack. P. Davis. Spanky. D. Tidwell
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The Buffs opened play in Wedge Kyes Stadium against Redemptorist. Baker jumped out in front, with a touchdown scored by Jeff Alexamder, 6-0. With two minutes and forty-seven seconds left in the first half, the Wolves went ahead 7-6.
Mitch MeGrew threw a forty-eight yard bomb to Alexander. This left Baker with a 12-7 edge and one minute and thirty-six seconds left in the second quarter. With twenty-six seconds left before the half, Redemptorist scored. The outcome was Re-
demptorist 14 and Baker 12.
Early in the game Broadmoor jumped ahead to create a lead of 12-0, but the defense held them; therefore, the Buffs came back with a victory of 21-12. Tailback. Troy Nettles, led all rushers with 136 yards in 18 carries for a 7.6 yard average and one touchdown.
Defensive credits go to Larry Sc-guin, Ashley Scott, Carl Dabadic, and Ben Cupit. Despite the two Broadmoor touchdowns early in the game, the defense played an outstanding game. This triumph was Baker’s defensive strategist's, Milton Broussard, one hundredth victory.
A 21 yard punt return by Paul McJulicn began the Buffalo rally in the second period. In six plays the Buffs covered thirty-six yards for a touchdown including a Mitch McGrcw pass to the running back, Jeff Alexander, for the final thirteen yards. With an unsuccessful extra point attempt, the score was 12-6 at the half.
After the Buffalo Stampede gained sixty yards in seven plays, Alexander scored on a seven yard run with sixteen seconds of play remaining. Paul McJulien’s kick brought the score to its final destination, 21-12.m
When Baker and Fast Ascension met on the gridiron, the crowds filled the stands to see a close, physical ballgame. This year was no exception; the game was a tight one and the decision could have gone either way.
East Ascension capitalized on a Baker fumble which decided the game. East Ascension made mistakes during the game, but the Buffs could not seem to convert these mistakes into points. The result of their play was East Ascension 14 and Baker 7.
the previously unbeaten Opelousas Tigers 20-7 in non-district action.
The Buffs took a 14-7 halftime lead thanks to a twenty-eight yard gain on a fake punt by Paul McJulien and a thirty yard scoring pass from Mitch McGrew to Charles Sanders.
After an impressive first half, the Buffs came back stronger. With a seventy-one yard drive.
Nettles scores from three yards out.The Buffaloes were roaring early in the game against the Hammond Tornadoes. With the Buffs leading by wide margins in the first half, the Tornadoes fought back to make the halftime score 24-21 with the Buffs still holding on to the lead.
The second half proved disastrous for the Buffs. A Tor made an interception at his own three yard line, and the Hammond offense drove it in for seven points and a win.
Baker’s game against Covington began with a bang. The Lion’s quick scoring was followed by Baker’s scoring. It looked as though the game was going to be a close call. Our Buffs were really ready for this game — the week of the game was declared spirit week. The student body supported their Buffs, but Covington's team just had a little more going for them. The outcome was Covington 21, Baker 7.
54Help from Baker’s Paul MeJulien easily rolled us to a 36-0 win over the Yellowjack-cts of Denham Springs. Two runs, both as a punter and a punt returner, enabled MeJu-lian to score two touchdowns which covered 72 and 75 yards respectively.
The Buff noseguard. Larry Seguin, and his crew kept the Ycllowjackcts' offense on the ropes which resulted in a shu-
tout for the Buff defense.
Baker took the opening kickoff and proceeded to march 73 yards in 8 plays to take an early 7-0 lead. A Carl Dadabie interception, the first of two for him in the game, stalled a Gulfport threat and started Baker on the way to our second touchdown. Alexander gained the next touchdown, and Moran added the extra point to give Baker a 14-0 lead. On Gulfport’s next possession the Admirals fumbled on first down, and linebacker David Dadabie recovered for the Buffs at the Gulfport 24. On 3rd and 10, McGrew passed into the endzone, and it was intercepted by Rodney Buford. Instead of downing the ball, Buford attempted to run out of the end zone and lateral the ball to a teammate. But the ball sailed into the end zone, where Bowie fell on it for a Baker touchdowm. Moran's extra point was wide, leaving Baker with a 20-0 lead at that point. The ultimate victory was gained by the Baker Buffaloes.
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With three Buff Running Backs gaining over one-hundred yards on the ground, the high scoring Baker gridders rolled to an easy 48-13 route of the Wildcats from Central. The large Homecoming crowd applauded both the Buffaloes and the Homecoming Queen, Myra Bishop. The Homecoming Court watched intently as the offense gained 488 stripes in total yardage.
During the first quarter, the defensive teams for the Buffaloes and Wildcats dominated play. The Buffs gained enough yardage for two field goals of twenty-seven and thirty yards by Paul McJulicn. A seventy-nine yard drive in four plays ended in a “bang” with Buff back, Jeff Alexander. taking the ball in from nineteen yards to up the score to 13-0. The Wildcats rallied with a fake punt and a touchdown pass by the quarterback. Scooter Morris, to Lee Beard. Baker stormed out following its Homecoming activities at halftime with a five touchdown explosion led by the dazzling performance of Buff back, Troy Nettles. Nettles also led all ground gains with 171 yards. Central did manage another touchdown in the third quarter, leaving the final score at 48-13.
The Bclairc Bcngals thought they had pounced on the Buffaloes when they took an early 14-0 lead in the game played at Olympia Field. The Battling Buffs stood their ground and came out on top, 25-22.
“It was a tight game and a great win for us,” said Coach Stewart. Perhaps the best play of the game was Marlon Jackson's interception. Just when the Bcngals thought they might widen their lead, their quarterback, Walter Lee Hughes, made a flat pass to Shane Rube which was deflected into Marlon Jackson's hands. Jackson traveled eighty yards down the sidelines and Baker led for the first time. 18-14. This extra-effort play contributed to Baker’s win.
58Baker ended its regular season with a 14-8 District 7-AAAA victory over Glen Oaks. A Buff running back. Jeff Alexander, scored two touchdowns.
Baker Assistant Coach, Milton Broussard, said it with three words, “Pride dies hard.” This statement could not have been made if Alexander had not come across with touchdown runs of fifteen yards in the first quarter and seven yards in the last quarter. This victory gave Baker a 7-3 season, and the Buffs entered the playoffs.
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SEASON —• PLAYOFFS
After the battles of the regular season schedule, the Buffaloes received a bid to the state playoffs. The first contest was again Abramson High School, and Baker ended the game on top by a score of 35-7.
60DISTRICT RUNNERS-UP BI-DISTRICT CHAMPS REGIONAL CHAMPS IATE QUARTERFINALISTS
The second play-off game, Baker vs. Assumption, was the next trial. At the Mustang Stadium in Napoleonville. the Baker fans cheered their team to a 7-0 victory.
The Buffaloes had gained the titles of 7-AAAA District Runner-Up, Bi-District Champs, Regional Champs, and were now facing John F.hrct in the quarterfinals. This was a tremendously emotional game for both teams. Baker held the lead for most of the game, but John Ehret prevailed in the final countdown, 29-22.
The 1982 football season is over, but this season was truly one to remember; our Buffaloes overcame the odds and produced a championship team.
Delta is ready when you are!
DELTA ADOPTS BAKER
Delta Airlines formally adopted Baker High School during ceremonies at the school. The procedure under the "Adopt A School" Program was sponsored jointly by the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board and the Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce. E. B. R. Parish Superintendent of School. Dr. Raymond Arveson, other speakers, and Delta employees were enthusiastic about the new program. The selection of our school was made by Delta employees at Ryan Airport because the majority of those employees live in the northern part of the parish. Delta will assist Baker in several areas. Included are educational materials, job opportunities, assistance with the distributive and cooperative education programs, management training,
62 and aid in opening a course in aviation at the school.J. Epperson. Principal W. Strain. Asst. Principal L. Thomas. Dean of Students A. Spears. Asst. Principal for Instruction C. Abbott. Guidance Counselor C. Hayes. Guidance Counselor R. Arnett, Guidance Counselor I Sumrall, Guidance Secretary
A new face at Baker this year is Mr. Alvin Z. Anderson, who has been teaching for twenty-nine years. He previously taught at Scotlandvillc High School for twenty years. Mr. Anderson enjoys reading, music. sports, and swimming. Mr. Anderson was graduated from Southern University with a Masters Degree plus thirty hours. Mr. Anderson was asked how he felt about Baker High School. He replied. “It is really a super school. I have enjoyed myself and consider this year one of the best I've ever had. Everything is very organized, good student body, good administration. and good football team — super school!"
63I. . Veal, Audio Visual V. Spiers. Librarian
A. Wilkinson. Secretary
J. Lee. Secretary D. Washington, Art
S. Higgins. Art and Yearbook D. Wargo. Art
C. Wells. Art and Social Studies
Pat Davis is a valuable asset to our office staff. She has spent fifteen years as Baker High School's secretary and bookkeeper. Ms. Davis dedicated much of her valuable time to the sports at Baker. She is more than an avid fan; she supports the athletic department by supervising the pre-game meal, organizing the Football Banquet, and arranging the Spring Sports’ Banquet.
66"The finest school in Hast Baton Rouge Parish." was Coach Stringer's response when asked his opinion of B.H.S. This is his first year at Baker. Coach serves as a physical education teacher, driver's education teacher. J.V. Football coach, and Varsity Track and Field coach. He was graduated from Southern Lab School. Coach Stringer was graduated from Southern University with a Masters degree in Education with thirty extra hours. Coach Stringer has been teaching for twenty-three years, but he stated that hunting and fishing is the life.
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Carolyn Batiste David Battistc Tim Beane Page Beasley
Ty Stewart. James Ducotc, Ben Cupit, Mark Lacey. Joe Bowie. Kathy Mosley. Lois LeBlanc, Michelle Wright. Lisa Dcsbian. Tammy Jackson.
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The intricate problems of learning, as in Einstein's theory, the calculation of a mathematical equation, the classifying of herbivorous animals, and the tragedy of Macbeth, require much pondering of the mind.
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81The numerous ways of controlling “bad little boys and girls” at Baker does not include the use of a stockade, but this method docs have possiblitics. A teacher might resort to the stockade method of punishment instead of the routine procedure of disipline.
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Tyrone Gocdcn Kristc Graham Veronica Green Willie Green
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“This year has been one of hard work for the speech department. We produced a pantomime show consisting of numbers-from broadway musicals as well as contemporary tunes. Also, several speech students competed in speech tournaments throughout the state in duct acting, interpretation, one-act play, oratory, radio, and television. The spring production. The Miracle Worker, is a major undertaking, and it will require the utmost from its cast and crew. Judging from the other performances, I’m confident the show will be successful. Thank you, speech students for your work, dedication, and love. I love
89Sheila Ncyland Tracy Normand
Martha Patterson Robert Paul
Michelle Perrault Mike Peterson
Valerie Phillips James Pierce
Warren Pierson Miriam Poston
Michelle Prestridge Darrell Price
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Mark Raborn Darrell Rainwater
Ronnie Rarick Frank Raby
Iris Richard Joan Richards
Donald Richardson Robin Rider
Louise Riley Billy Roberts
Tommy Roberts Kim Roper
The 1982 Christmas production under the direction of Tom Jones, entitled “Celebrate Life,” was performed by the Baker A Cappclla Choir. The musical depicting the entire life of Christ, from the birth to resurrection, celebrates the impact of his presence in the world. In following him all of us have cause to celebrate life. The actors included: Kenny Wilson, Charles Wintz, Grady Nolan, and Darryl Hodges. Soloists were: Debbie Hicks, Diane Bryant, and Kerri Brown. The successful artwork is attributed to David Wargo.
Marlin Smith Robert Spears Jeff St. Amani Billy Joe Stevenson Julius Stewart Ty Stewart
Glendora Tate Gary Taylor D. G. Tennant Larry Thomas
Lowery Thomas Tammy Thomas Rodney Thompson Dale Tidwell
Ray TolliverMike Turnbow LuAnn Vance
Laupe Varnado Freddie Veal
Quinton Vcssell Darrin Vicki
Ramcllc Vincent Angie Wade
Michael Wade Jimmy Wallace
9$Jeanette Watson Leroy Webb Robert Weddinglon Darian Wesson Stacy Whatley Bill White
Lonnie White Russell White Wanda Whittington Derrick Williams Sara Williams Dennis Wilson
Patrice Wiltz Charles WintzJUST A LITTLE HORSING AROUND
Our annual Donkey Basketball Game was as wild and woolly as ever. Most of the riders had little trouble, but there were some who never could come to an understanding with their donkey. Although the students gave it their best “SHOT”, the teachers prevailed 16-8. It was rumored that the teachers had been given the tamer donkeys! Who knows!! ...
Jeff Wise Michelle Wood Beth Woodard Lcn Wooden Melba Wright Michelle Wright
Wendy Wyatt Richard Wyblc Tommy Yllandcr Anthony Young Percy Young Vickie Young
97fVarsit) Basketball: Row 1. Troy Berry. Tyrone Gooden. Randy LeBlanc. Sherman Dyer, Anthony Wells. Kevin Hills. Dexter Thomas. Row 2: Richard Butler. Terry Johnson. Martin Smith. Paul Albert. Mitch MeGrew. Robert Ewing, and Craig Beamon.
Boys’ Varsity Basketball 1982-83
The Buff Cagers had a very disappointing season this past year. The Buffs finished the season with an 8-19 record. In district, the Buffs had a 3-9 record. The Buffs lost 13 games by less than 4 points.
Individually, Martin Smith was named to the first team All-District team. Charles Lloyd was named to the Honorable Mention team. Martin averaged 15.2 points per game and 10.7 rebounds per game. Lloyd was the Buffs' leading scorer averaging 17.7 points per game. The remaining full-time starters were Sherman Dyer and Mitch MeGrew.
TEAM TOTAL POINTS = 1546 PTS.
TEAM GAME AVERAGE = 57.7
OPPONENTS TOTAL POINTS = 1605 PTS.
OPPONENTS GAME AVERAGE = 59.1
ALL DISTRICT - MARTIN SMITH (1ST TEAM)
99The Buffalo Basketball Team drew considerable crowds at the home games this year. Coach Langlois’ troops displayed poise and ability in the competitive, close basketball games. Even though the Buffs were not consistently victorious, the team should be proud of themselves and their accomplishments.HEAD
EARL LANGLOIS102J.V. BASKETBALL
A WORD FROM COACH “BROU”
“The team ended-up with a record of ten wins and eight losses for the season. In district play we were eight and four. The team as a group made a lot of progress during the season.
I feel that with continued work several of the members can make much progress towards varsity play in the future.”
Pictured kneeling: Jeanette Alexander. Shantc Gibbs. Kim Fauver, Tamcla Dodson. Janie Perry, Missy Soileau, and Cynthia Collins. Standing: Tonya Kichardson. Cooky McKinley. Petra Dyer. Kim Roper. Mary Mouton. Lori Wells, Tom Poland, and Coach Linda Williams.
The 1982 Lady Buffs Volleyball team finished the season 9-11 overall and 7-4 in district. Their district record was enough to earn second place in Bi-District 7-AAAA. The varsity team was forced into a Bi-District playoff game with Glen Oaks which they won by scores of 16-14 and 17-15. This contest featured the best performance displayed by the Lady Buffs this season. The team advanced to the District playoffs where they were defeated by Lee High and Central High.
Toni Poland was selected to the All-District Team which consisted of six players. Toni was the only sophomore selected; the other students were seniors. Lori Wells was selected to the second All-District Team.
The JV Lady Buffs squad finished the season with a 6-3 record which was the best JV record in their district.
tosOVERALL RECORD — 13 13 DISTRICT RECORD — 6 5
106Top row: Jamie Ducote, Tommy Stanley, Daniel Westmoreland, Mitch MeGrew, Tommy Yllander, Joe Martin, Second row: Dwayne Borders, Patrick Spann, Jim Walters, Charles Wintz, Mike Gauldin, Chris Thomas, Suzanne Deviller. Third row: Danny Guidry, Mark Lacy, Tyrone Gooden, Russell White, Rochelle Prescott, and Coach Joe Moock.
This year the Buffs had a strong pitching staff. The starting rotation consisted of Mitch McGrew, Tommy Stanley, and Daniel Westmoreland. They were supported by an excellent relieving duo which included Mike Gauldcn and Dwayne Borders.
These pitchers were complimented by the best catcher in the district. Jim Walters’ work behind the plate enabled him to receive the Defensive Award. Jim’s career as a high school catcher is over, but his future looks bright in the college or professional level.DEFENSE!!Tommy Stanley and Tyrone Gooden helped Baker’s offense produce runs that won thirteen ballgames this season and finish third in our district. Tyrone's efforts this year won him the Offensive Award at the annual Spring Banquet in April.
The main catalyst in the Buffaloes lineup was Tommy Stanley. His top batting average and his pitching statistics enabled him to receive the MVP Award.
Next year's numerous returning juniors contribute to an excellent prospective lineup card when the Buffs again step up to the plate.
110Y. Bradford English II. Narcissc English M. Pea English P. Hembree English I. Pruyn English P. Sanders English G. Brown English C. Bailey English
Gloria Brown was reared in Lake Providence, Louisiana, where she was graduated from G.W. Griffin High School. She entered Southern University and earned a degree in the field of education. Mrs. Brown enjoys teaching and cooking. Gloria Brown has taught at Baker High School for eight years and plans to be with us for quite a few more years.
113K. Haynes English
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“I admire students who work for what they achieve and not those who want a handout,” stated Mrs. Karen Haynes. In her third year at Baker, Mrs. Haynes is teaching ninth grade English classes, an eleventh grade humanities class, and a tenth grade physical education class.
114Pedagogues are viewed from various angles. While Mrs. Narcisse seems to choose the nonchalant point of view, Ms. Goolsby assumes a somewhat inquisitive point of view. On the other hand Ms. Higgins concentrates on the difficulties she has encountered with yearbook layout sheets.
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During my ten years at Baker High and nineteen total years of teaching. I've seen a great deal of change — in teachers and administrators, but especially in students.
One major change I’ve really noticed is the lower levels of fitness in the students. I suppose this age of television, electronic games have much to do with this.
I sincerely hope that any facts about health and fitness that I've been able to pass on to my students will someday be appreciated and used.
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120Tcashia Armstrong Alan Arscneault Joana Atkinson Kim Austen Jocllc Aycock Dawn Babin
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Ginger Williamson, our school nurse, has been with us for two years and is doing a fantastic job. Her duties include checking immunizations, showing films to the Physical Education classes and checking vision. Outside the office. Nurse Williamson enjoys skiing. For Easter vacation she traveled to Colorado with a group of friends for a skiing trip. Ginger Williamson is also a member of ADAPP. the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program.
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The graphic arts and art departments were si --by zoo officials to evaluate their present met hod using signs throughout the zoo. The classes vicvn' a slide presentation which indicated the met a other zoos have used with the signs to their ;i lage. With a combined effort from the graphi c ;i: and art departments. Baker hopes to redesign m of the present signs for next year and in so doi will receive new printing and silk screen ocj li ; ment.
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135Students listen attentively to the instructor, often with concentrated effort; then there are the “clowns” who often divert the attention of the other students ... “Send in the clowns!”Sam Hayes John Haynes Harris Hcadford Kelli Hcathcrwick
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152Stephanie Tate Greg Taylor Vicy Taylor David Templeton Greg Templeton Ralph Thaxton
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Ross Thompson David Tidwell Shahronne Tolbert Shahvonne Tolbert Stacey Tourerc Jim TurnbowTracy Turner Pam Vaughn Elaine Vessel Rosalind Veals Jean Vice
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Lionel Brown. Ty Stewart. Gerald Jenkins. STANDING: Jeff Alexander. Richard Butler. Ashley Scott. Doug Pickering. Charles Sanders SI I TING: Marten Williams. St. Cliar Franklin. Martin Ned. Tom Johnson. Joe Bowie. Arthur Jackson, Paul Jacobson, Ixinnic Piper157VARSITY WRESTLING: Kneeling: Darryl Rainwater. Brian Almond. Stephen Folmar, Ralph Thaxton, Willie Green. Tim Beane Standing: Coach Tydor. Ben Cupil. Carl Dabadic. Gerry P.dgcns. Doug Pickering. Karl Virinat. David Altman.
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158SENIOR CARL DABADIE KARL VIZINAT
GRAPPLERS DOUG PICKERING
J. V. Wrestling: Kneeling: Sieve Lowman, Greg Carol. John Lowman. Ragan Ranken. Mark Wolfe. Jesse Harris. Standing: Chris Cutrer. Ken Lang. Danny Guidry. Joey Dupris. Tom Walters. John Carter. Charles Laflcur. Mike Sullivan. Larry Leblanc.
159The members of the 1982 J.V. Football team arc: (Top) D. Johnson, R. Richardson, J. Wyblc. S. Shelton. T. Walters. R. Doty. A. Fugarino.
J. Sadler. B. Gautreau, R. Butler. M. Angclinc. D. Nobles. J. Boyd. A. Bailey. J. Harris. T. Robinson. T. Esch. G. Englcsman. S. May. K. Jenkins, K. Short, N, Harris. R. Thompson. K. Lcjcunc. R. Mussclman. G. Washington, V. Parker. G. Owens. D. Roan. L. Piper, D. Hernandez, S. Dietcrich. D. Gipson. T. Singleton. H. Jarvis. D. Dufour. and G. Carroll
The 1983 J.V. Football team posted a 6-4 record. After an excellent start defeating Broadmoor and East Ascension, the Baby Buffs slumped losing their next three games.
They bounced back and defeated Hammond. Then the team lost to Catholic’s J.V. The Buffs appeared to lose their spark, and at half time of the Central game they trailed 12-0. At that low point in the season, the true spirit of the Buffaloes came alive. Defeat was turned into victory with the slashing runs of Richard Butler and the pin point passing of Scott Dieterich. These actions came behind the surge of an offensive line consisting of: Steve Shelton, Tommy Walters, Nick Harris, David Nobles, and Johnny Boyd. From that point on, the Baby Buffs finished in championship style by defeating Belairc and trouncing Glen
160Substituting for Mrs. O. Carter in the algebra classes during the first semester of this school session was Mrs. G. Dade. Mrs. Dade taught Algebra classes and she discussed her enjoyment of teaching. She is now teaching at Bclairc High School for the second semester of this school session.
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162Interesting thoughts travel through the heads of teachers at B.H.S. Dr. Arveson, our superintendent, is concentrating on his prepared speech for the Delta Dedication. Ms. Bondurant is enthralled with the process of returning the math papers to her class. Mrs. Cockcrham supervises the students while they arc solving technical math problems.c
Mr. Davis, a mathematics teacher at Baker High School, has been teaching for twenty-eight years. Mr. Davis plans to retire in 1984 and work as a locksmith. When asked his opinion of Baker High, he replied, “This is the best teaching situation I have ever been in.”
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165Mr. Noble is truly an asset to Baker High School. He teaches Biology I and Biology II and has been teaching here for eight years. In addition to teaching, he is the sponsor of one of the most active clubs at Baker — the Interact Club.
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Vicky sits gazing off into space in her own dream world. School is a time for silent thoughts and for shared ideas. John’s group share its happenings in their daily visits.
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Mrs. Haynes' Humanities (English) class presented original skits depicting the music, dress, and activities of the 1920's.
Babin, Parrish Foote. Craig Escher. Richard Wyble, Brian Kin-chcn, Jason Johnson. Dennis Wilson and Paul Hudson. Kneeling: Felix Carballo.
(Opposite page) Patricia Burns, Lois Leblanc. Shawndell Alexander, Susan Jarreau, Stacey Sharon, Stephanie Frazier, and Jimmie Dell Jenkins.
199Chris Wilson Kcnnic Wilson Stephen Wilson Patty Wood David Woodard Rusty Wroten
Stephen WyblcTop Row: Toni Marionncaux; Kay Southall. Captain; Melanie Naquin. Co Captain; Gena McKenzie; Middle Row: Dot Reed; Shawndcll Alexander. Buffy; Jeanne Bros-sette; Bottom Row: Michelle Wright; Skipper Courtney. Dance Leader.
SI) YM K CORPS: Yliii.t Cooper. Vicki Jolibois. Christi Cmnillon. Sonsceahr.iy Wilson. Shelia Williams. Andrea Batiste. Andrea Martain. K-isti Perot. I.isa W alker. Shannon l owler, Michelle Pcurall. Slid!) Hughc . Denise Acosta. Captain: Lois LcBlanc. Co-Captain.
BOVS 9th GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM: Standing Coach Thomas. Mike LcBlanc. I homas Converse. Dwight Smith. Greg Givens, Greg Carmen. Jimmy Hubbard. Kenny Johnson. Kneeling: Shcrick Triplett. Tommy Drew. Major Jones. Derrick Allen. Jeff Calloway, and Gerald Davis.
Kneeling Susan Jarrcau Toni Poland Renee Burrell Lori Wells Julie Sibley Dawn Smith Lynn Allred Shawndcll Alexander
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Ctfinc. Michelle Mack, Lilvarlen Daniels (man IIAaylpr fctate)._3rd r | ’efra Dyer: Dawn Smid
J.V. Team: Top row- Jannifer Griffin. Michele Mack, Coach Starlette Daigle, Lawarren Daniels (manager). 2nd row- Pal Burrcl, Monica Caine, Joanne Brown, Chancll Taylor (Statistician). 3rd row- Mary Hall, Renee Burrcl, Julia Cachran.
9th GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM —T7
DECA: Row I: Lisa Jackson. Robin Bracy, Doug Arbour. Tina Arscncault,
Dana Burris. Row 2: Lorraine Batiste.
Tcrric Allen. Robin Smith. Erma Bell. Annette Mansfield, Rhonda Cline,
Brenda Wilson, Kathy Mosley. Jayne Willis. Lisa Taylor. Terry I fall. Row 3:
Ishbel Gray. Monique. Butler. Maurice Williams. Jason Johnston. Robbie Bryant, Julie Alexander. Carlo Jones. Marlon Guilbeau. Debbie fourroux.
Tony Janin, Jinnifer Laird. Nccchi Johnson. Tclfry Gaines. Members Not Shown-Laurie Rice. Roy Forbes. Bryan Boone, Monica Boucher. Mary Boucher, Lcs Bergern, Allan Hamilton. Tracic Jackson. Pam Thomas.
Beta: Row 1: Keith Duncan. Lisa Morgan. Kcri Brown, Maritin Conway. Daryl Crcsic. Jim William. Mark Lacy, David Saddler. Darrin Babin. Eric Siau. Row 2: Donna Hebert. Charlotte Wyble, Shannon Ishe, Lois LeBlanc, Russell White. Kay Southall. Toni Marionneaux, Gena McKenzie. Carolyn Batiste. Martic Bishop. Melanie Naquin. Cherry Drew.
COE: Row I: Lori Luirick. Myra Bishop, Martic Bishop, Jodie Bailey. Row 2: Jena Netter, Lizzie West, Charottc Wyble. Lillie Hall. Rachel Trahan. Jerri Farhand. Stefanie Hughes. Theresa Bankston. Julie Kimball. Carrie Sharp. Susie Simoncaux. Ronce Galbo. Margaret Milligan. Denise Medeiros, Mona Sullivan, Anglca Walden, Anglca Sauls. Edana Dayrics, Natalie McCIcary.
204FBLA: Cherry Drew. Petra Dyer, Sonscchray Wilson, De’hltc Wilson.
Row 2: Darryl Sims, Teri Anderson. Carolyn Batiste. Susan Moak, Dclcsia Spurlock. Vcrcacc MeKneely. Greg Williams. Keith Duncan.
FC'A: Row I: Tommy Drew, l.isa Morgan, Terri Kent, Kerri Brown, Row 2: Jim Strahan (Treas.). Martie Bishop (See.), John Randall (Pres.). Myra Bishop (V.Prcs.). Row 3: Melanie Naquin. Lori l.utrick, Shawn Hagan, Cherry Drew, David Sadler, Petra Dyer. Karen Cobb, Patty Burns. Tommy Campbell, Keith Bryant, Martin Conway, Mitch MeGrew, Sonscchray Wilson, Dc'Elte Wilson. Tammy Dunn. Rhonda Smith. Paul Whatley. Karen Caycr, Tammy Pricscop. Melanie Dcssellc, Kelly Stevens. Roxanne Boyd.
FFA Back Row: Thomas Hooper, Chris Jackson. Sam Stontc, Doug Pickering. Daryl Rettitt, Kurt Peterson. David Tidwell, David Garrett, Ragan Rankin, Front Row: Susan Bambarger. Becky Shelton, Lori Griffin.
205HI-Y: Mark Lacy. Jim Strahan, Sherman Dyer. John Randall, Chris Thomas. Tommy Drew. Kevin Durr. Darryl Hodges. Carl Dabadie. Pat Spann, Ken Clark, Grady Noland. Dan Westmoreland. Tom Cambell. Noel Stiles, Mitch McGrcw, David Sadler, Larry Edgcns, Russell White, Martin Conway, Darryl Rainwater, and Ben Cupid.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE: Danielle Meyer, Sara Foster, Steve Lowman, John Ard, Michele Secrest, Baron Roberson, Angela Mobley, Maria Edano, Laura Normand, W.M. La-Bordc, and John Lowman.
INTERACT: Front: Mr. Noble, Mark Babin, Blanc Adams, Carrie Sharp, Susan Jarreau. Lois LeBlanc, Joana Atklinson, Daryl Hodges, DeEtte Wilson, Mona Carter, Tasha Elbert, Shclcttc Wade, Dawn Robertson. Missy Beck, Keith Bryant, Freddie Veals. Darren Babin, Boyd Adams, Don Lemon, Dennis Wilson, John Randall, Kenny Wilson, Michelle Wood, Steve Wyblc, Thcron Chiasson, Eddie Gardner, Petra Dyer, Cecil Williams, Chris Martin, Richard Wyble. Greg Owens, Tom Campbell, and Grady Noland. Not Shown: Kelvin Barrow, Way-mane Bryant. Felix Carballo, Lori Duke, Diane Gonzales, Tyrone Gooden, Arthur Jackson, Mary Mouton, Van Parker, Kirk Peterson, and Keith Short.
206INTP.RCI.UB COUNCIL Row I: Kay Southall. Melanie Naquin. Susan Lanoux, Petra Dyer. Sonsccahray Wilson, Brenda Wilson. Ronda Dawson. Manic Bishop. Myra Bishop. Darryl Sims. Greg Williams. David Garrett. John Randall. Doug Arbour. Chris Martin.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Row I: Shawn Jones. Melanie Naquin. Kellie Stevens. Diane Gonzales, Susan I anoux. Sonscearay Wilson. Shirley Moreau. I.aura Lutrick, Row 2: Toni Marionneaux. Brenda Wilson. Angela Sauls. F.ric Siau. Lori Lutrick. Angie Adams Donna Hebert. Angela Mobley. Ginnv Brandit.
MU SIGMA: Row |; Kim Mussleman, Melanie Naquin. Mitch MeGrew. John Randall. Shawn Jones. Marlon Jackson. Row 2: Brenda Wilson. Ciena McKenzie. Shannon Ishcc. Kellie Stevens. Diane Gonzales. Susan Lanoux. Sonsccahray Wilson. Cherry Drew. Shirley Moreau. Row 3: Robin Smith, Annette Mansfield, Tom Marionneau. Denise Acosta. Martic Bishop. Tina Arscncault. I hcrsa Bankston. Laura Peel. Myra Bishop. Virginia Brandt. Lori Lutrick. Row 4: Tina Lee. Angela Sauls. Rhonda Dawson. Jim Williams, Patrick Spann. David Sadler. Erie Siau. Angie Adams. Donna Hebert. Jodie Bailey. Angela Mobley. Lori Duke.
Sitting: Mona Carter. Tasha Elbert. Rana Wallace. Pe.ra Dyer. Standing: Vcrcacc McKnelly, Terri Allen. Carolyn Batiste. Monique Butler. Sylvia Harris. LaWarren Daniels
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Petra Dyer, Rhonda Dawson. Marlic Bishop. Myra Bishop. Sonsccahary Wilson. Mary Boucher. Lori Lutrick. Cherry Drew. Angela Sauls. Charlotte Wyblc. Tammy Dunn. Kelly Stevens. Lisa Dcsbian, Jodie Bailey, and Monica Boucher.
Waymanc Bryant. Len Wooden. Don Lemon. Darren Babin. Shawn Hagan. Mark Lacy. Kathy Kinsley. Rana Wallace. Petra Dyer. Michelle Wright. Susan Moak. Lois LcBlanc, and Kelli Short. .-Club: Row I: Petra Dyer. Sonsccahray Wilson. De'Ette Wilson. Row 2: Tasha Elbert. Lisa Spurlock. Carolyn Batiste. Tcrric Allen. Kellie Pourciau. and Kim Austin.
Newspaper: Row I: Kim Musselman. Susan I.anoux, Shannon Ishcc, Kay Southall, Gena McKcn .ic, Kelli Stevens, Rhonda Dawson. Row 2: Donna Hebert. Angie Adams. Angie Sauls. Sonsccahray Wilson. Row 3: Jim Williams. Eric Siau, Jerald Hardy. John Randall, and Thomas Curry .
Boy and Girls State: Eric Siau. John Randall. Melanie Naquin, and Gena McKenzie.
Senior Senate: Row I: Angie Adams. Kelli Stevens. Susan Lanoux. Donna Herbert.
Dana Burris. Cherry Drew. Row 2: Sonsccahray W'ilson. Annette Mansfield, Jim Williams. John Randall, Roxanne Bullcr. Gena McKenzie. Row 3: Brenda Wilson. Patrick Spann. Mitch MeGrew, Kay Southall. Stacie Barrios, and Greg Williams.
209The BHS Speech Department! production of “The Miracle Worker" was presented May, thirteenth through fifteenth, 1983. Successfully produced by Mrs. Vickie Burt, the cast rendered a striking performance. Members of the cast included: Kate: Michele Morgan, Keller; Mike Peterson, Helen; Missy Shepard, Aunt Fv; Shawn Hagan. James: Craig Eschcr, Annie; I.auric Doughty. Viney; Marcy Fisher; Martha, Stephanie Moses; and Percy; Cason Franklin.
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PRODUCTION STAFF: Asst. Director, Elaine Carmcna: Stage Manager. Suzanne Devillier; Crew, Jennifer Simmers and Dana Michclli; Costume Manager. Michelle Prestridge: Sound Effects. Terri Kent; Vicki Schinglcur; Lighting. Gay Campbell and Kris Peterson.
“THE MIRACLE WORKER”
211“Todd. I need those pictures ... today! Toni, type this copy sheet ... Gena, see what you can do with this copy ... Our deadline is two days away! ... Where are those pens 1 had in the cabinet? Who look the lay-out sheet off this desk?” Panic, frenzy, and confusion reign in the yearbook room when deadlines arc upper most in minds of the staff members. Every class member works at a frantic pace to ensure that the pictures are cropped, copy is typed, lay-outs arc drawn to specification, and names
are alphabetized and spelled correctly. The pressures from the mentally and physically exhaustive work are well worth their efforts when the staff members can relax and enjoy being proud of a quality product — The 1983 Baker High School Yearbook.K. Berry
K. Schwendimann Home Economics D. Cook
Home Economics J. Goolsby Business B. Thomas Business
L. Williams Business
MILDRED ANN HENRY is completing her seventh year at Baker High. She has been the Cooperative Office Education Coordinator since the spring of 1979. The other eleven years of her teaching career were in Bossier Parish. In addition to teaching COE and Clerical Practice. Mrs. Henry also serves as the yearbook staff"s financial advisor and coordinates Honors Day activities. Away from school she stays busy with her family which includes two children, ages 15 and 17; her church. University Baptist, where she serves as pianist: and a few hobbies such as cross-stitch and calligraphy.
213H. Boucher D E. and Sociology W. Pcrrilloux Graphics I and II L. Jones Drafting D. Ruffin
Woodwork I and II
Electronics I and Computer Program
Marching Band and P.E.
Chorus and Music Therapy
Mr. F. Brown started teaching at Baker High School in the fall of 1971. He leaches in the T I department for Industrial Trades. He also teaches Industrial Arts, which is an introduction to Industrial Trades. Mr. Brown's hobbies are fishing and football. From 1958 to 1972, he had an Air Conditioning and Refrigeration business.
He was graduated from Lionvillc High in Clay County, Alabama. He served in the military and taught the effects of high altitudes while flying. During World War II, he served in the South Pacific as an engineer with the Forty-first Infantry and the Sixth Marine Corps. The group called themselves “The Bloody Butchers.” He also served on an Occupational Force in Hiroshima, Ja-
Forty-Two years ago THE BUFF yearbook was printed for the First time. Only a few pages rolled off the presses to chronicle a student body composed of thirty-one Graduates in 1942. MEMOIRS made its first appearance with its purpose clearly stated: “make many a reminiscent hour beautiful — happy hours of high school life.
If in the future. THE BUFF brings us closer because of our memories of '83 and BHS-Panama Jack shirts. Valley Girl talk, leg warmer. Punk-rock hair cuts, pedal pushers, skirts, bandana's. “Mr. T" hair cuts. E.T., Nachos. AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN. “UP WHERE Wb BELONG" "BEAT IT", and flashdancing then we shall consider our efforts well worthwhile. This year's staff entrusted with this task has attempted to capture BUS in print for posterity.
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