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Helping to make Byrd ' s Qiristmas service project a 9uccess t Wendal Robinson and Delores Rolling 9 submit sevrnty pounds of canned good to the drive from the Latin Club. As the color guard presents the flag ceremony lx fore the Fair Park game, The Future of the City Summer was put away as the doors swung open and Byrd 1964-1965 school year began. Students trying hard to make this the year of “a little bit more” prepared throughout the sum- mer while attending camps, conferences, and workshops. To carry on in Byrd’s usual fine manner the football team, pep squad, debate teams, cheerleaders, and band participated in daily practice, Septembe r 1 started Byrd’s glorious action and another year of school activities. The “Year of a Little Bit More” began to take shape with club meetings, banquets, tournaments, football games, basketball games, track meets, assem- blies, the Student Council Talent Show, and the annual Stingerette Spectacular. The Student Council’s attempt at the SASC presidency, the Jacket football t am’s becoming 1-AAA champs, the basketball team winning our own BIT tour- nament for the third consecutive year, the Stu- Announcing the nrvthical H Stingerettc Stan Cook is tbe v ctacularV Maid ol •mecommg couft ■■ Chihk Maid of Honor. Spirit sets the mood for dining in me “House of the Setting Sun” on Go-West Day. Everyone is dressed to “Go west and scalp the Indians. " 10
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It happens that each year a class of Seniors must pass on to paths of the future. Although we, the Seniors, may never again be an integral part of the City of Byrd, each of us has left his impression upon this City. Not until time itself shall cease will the flow of these lingering marks be terminated. Ours has been a year of ending a part of our lives and beginning another— of fulfilling old hopes and building new ones. C. E. Byrd High School, we take with us the memory of our happy days with you . . . We take thy gifts of knowledge, talent, tolerance, independence. But we w ish to leave behind our gifts to those yet to come. We leave our spirit, our traditions, our love, our tears, and most of all our hope for your success. Byrd High , We’U remember Thee , From now on Until eternity. You will stand for love and honor Byrd High ...
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the pep aquad waits with excited antici- pation to spur the Jackets on to a 14-7 victory. In an eflort to keep Byrd clean during Shreveport ' s “Big Sw Valerie Marselis, and Jowell Art. They are painting trash cai machine area. of Shreveport . . dent Council’s putting on their first play, the debate team’s bringing home top honors from Miami Beach, Florida, and the music depart- ment’s presenting their formal concert all helped to make “The Year” an unforgettable one. Byrd underwent many organizational changes during the 1964-1965 school year, and with these changes, new T vogues were adopted—pierced ears, patterned stockings, and—how could we forget—“rah-rahs!” As mid-tenn rolled around, evaluations of the first half of the year proved excellent. Seniors found themselves in a whirl- pool of rcsponsibilities, graduation activities and parties, and Juniors found themselves in the midst of their elections. Part of the greatness of Byrd lies in its end- less activities. These enterprises give us lasting memories, character-building duties, and ever- strengthening preparations for the future. are Suzanne Fisher, klaced in the candy Being martyrs to the cause of raising money at Marion Gillilon and Chuck Turk along with othei| the punishment of cream pies for their authority. K.O.T 1 Spaghetti Supper, and sponsors suffer “Jack in the Bean Stalk " is interesting these youngsters at the Woodlawn assembly. Tom McCuiston, Mary Ann Ted ford, Glenn Theis, Jim Sprayberry, Connie Sturges, Ruth Elzey, John Glassel, Bo Herrin, Jacque Goldberg, and Merilee ChappeU listen intently to Kathy Nader, the story-teller. II
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