First Baptist Church School - Patriarch Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)
- Class of 1986
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Our Mother Tongue
As Americans we are reared and taught the English
language. Even though it is our native language, many of
us find it difficult to master. Since English is the language
spoken by most students at First Baptist, it is the task of
Mrs. Cassibry, Mrs. Gallagher, and Mrs. Crook to patiently
help us improve our understanding of this "foreign
TOP: R. Free and C. Colgin pay close attention to
Mrs. Crook. CENTER LEFT: B. Broyles
substitutes for Mrs. Cassibry. CENTER RIGHT:
The underclassmen enjoy a game of peek-a-boo!
RIGHT: Mrs. Crook explains the importance of
One Equals Two
Students at First Baptist find mathematics
very exciting and challenging. It helps us in
many important areas of study, and has the
power to solve some of the deepest puzzles
man must face . . .What is the formula to find a
date to prom?
TOP: D. Harper explains basic
mathematical computations to Mrs.
Capelan. CENTER LEFT: With the help of
. V her trusty calculator, C. Colgin will pass
her math class. CENTER RIGHT: M.
Burdine and T. Allen enjoy a few moments
of leisure. LEFT: "Oh right, Miss Butler: I
really know that!"
The lVlad Scientist Takes Revenge
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When we last heard from our
F.B. scientists, they had come out
of their lecture and were
convened in the laboratory. From
our unconfirmed reports, the "Dr.
Frankensteins" of the future were
getting into some "Weird
Science." All we could get from
those tight-lipped scientists was
that they were trying to create
"The Bride," or something
comparable. Will these "Misfits of
Science" succeed? No oneis
predicting, but we've heard that
we might have some "Real
Geniuses" on our hands.
TOP LEFT: M. Barnett diligently prepares
her physics experiment. TOP RIGHT: T.
Harris and K. Barrington learn through
intense experimentation. CENTER: An
alien from Mars invaded the chemistry lab.
RIGHT: J. Evans explains her Uncle
Einstein's famous theory.
ln A Historical Sense .
History - Something that is made every day but cannot be repeated. The legacies of the past years were
studied in all the history classes, and with the infinite knowledge displayed in their classes, there is no doubt that
their students will leave the classroom with the knowledge that will serve them well in the future.
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TOP LEFT: J. Harris found that Civics could be
learned just as well inside as outside, ABOVE:
"Oh, my gosh, l can't believe you would give
us homework over the weekend!" LEFT: B.
Johnson's reply to, "Et tu Brute."
Bible Stories With Mr Bill
A year at F.B. wouIdn't be complete without those infamous Bible classes. Each day for one hour Mr Mabry
entertains his students with fascinating stories about Biblical history. The awed students took what they learned in
the classroom and applied it to their everyday life. The proof is in the attitudes of these students
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TOP LEFT: Ashley and Darryl, I wonder what Mr. Mabry would
say! TOP RIGHT: M. McKneeIy delivered her banner speech
with considerable aplomb. ABOVE: "Kim, that couIdn't be the
answers to the Bible exam you're writing on your hand."
RIGHT: Mr. Mabry taught The Word, and it was good.
Psychology - Mind Stimulation
During the course of the school year, psychology students learned much about themselves and their inner
feelings. ln various experiments performed throughout the year the pupils performed diligently and learned that
coming to know yourself and others could be fun and interesting, too.
TOP LEFT: M. Darby tried to convince T. Smith that he could
predict the future. TOP RIGHT: "If I don't finish this homework
things could get really 'Sticky'." ABOVE: Pick a winner, Lane!
LEFT: Mrs. Shea tried to control the enthusiasm of her
The Art Class
During the year the F.B. art students, under the
guidance of their mentor, Mrs. Key, displayed great
artistic abilities. Move over Picasso, here comes
some F.B. talent. See ya at the top.
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TOP RIGHT: As you can see Kristy puta lot of thought into her
sketch. TOP LEFT: Art students took an artistic look at
themselves. CENTER RIGHT: A young art student found
himself in hot water. BOTTOM LEFT: H. Sawyer took time out
from her drawing to pose for a picture. BOTTOM RIGHT: Don't
be so Coy, Glasscock. OPP. PAGE: TOP: Really sinkin' in, huh
Lane. OPP. PAGE: RIGHT: "Now, I told you two, if this happens
again you know the consequences." OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM
LEFT: Plggin' Out! OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM RIGHT: All decked
What Language Do
What language do you speak was the question
asked by many of the new teachers and students
as they attended class for the first time. With great
professional teachers, much has been
Avior, Adios and Vale, we'll see you next year!
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Everyone's favorite hour soon proved to be Mrs
CapeIan's typing class. The hour flew by, as exercises
were practiced and fingers were stretched to the max
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P.E. Classes: Off to
a Good Start
The physical education program offers something for
every student at First Baptist. Instruction in health, aerobics,
team sports and individual sports is given for the benefit of
all who participate. The smiles on these students' faces
show how much they enjoy the various activities.
OPP. PAGE: TOP LEFT: "Do I have to work, Mrs. Capelan?" OPP. PAGE:
TOP RIGHT: M. Burdine anxiously awaits his next assignment. OPP.
PAGE: BOTTOM LEFT: "Is class over yet?" OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM
RIGHT: Mrs. Capelan shows her Christmas spirit. TOP LEFT: "Smile
pretty for the camera, Lane." CENTER LEFT: M. Latham prepares for the
big game. CENTER RIGHT: M. Rice proves that exercise can be fun and
easy. ABOVE: "Watch the Birdie!" LEFT: W. Berry cannot wait for the
badminton game to begin.
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Cheerleaders Set the Pace
Whether football or basketball, the 1985-86 Patriot cheerleaders could always be seen jumping,
cheering, and generally being very enthusiastic over the successful ventures of the athletic teams. Having
trained at summer camp held at Southern Methodist University, they displayed excellent form and
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OPP. PAGE: THE 1985-86 CHEERLEADERS - Carrie Jones.
Carol Ann Johnson, Caroline Colgin, Heather Sawyer, Stacey
Rosso, Lisa Miller, Mike Mikovich. TOP LEFT: Stacey cheered
her way to victory. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Spirit Stick got into the
groove of things. CENTER LEFT: Heather and Carrie shared a
little bit of Patriot love. ABOVE: Mike cheered the Freshmen
on. LEFT: Keep that balance, Carol!
The Pep Squad Spreads Spirit
The Pep Squad worked together to provide strong support for the school teams. The Pep Squad not
only cheers the football and basketball teams in its.victories, but also in its losses. To promote school
spirit they made the "artistic" banners for the football players to run through. Starting off the pep rallies
with our famous cadance and marching, the spirit they built up proved victorious. Summer practices and
the famous Tuesday afternoon practices provided pre-game entertainment and from each squad spirit
was shown. Many devoted hours from officers and Miss Butler caused the pep squad to be a success.
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OPP. PAGE: TOP: THE 1985-86 PEP SQUAD - Officers - L.
Culbertson, A. Peatross, J. Thomas, A. Peatross, R. Free, J. Lawrence,
T. Brown, J. Evans. Top Row: E. Murphy, L. Tyrone, L. Smith, R.
Robertson, L. Golden, K. Jones, J. Thomas, S. Long, C. Sullivan, J.
Finney, L. Chandler, J. Perret. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM LEFT: THE 1985-86
PEP SQUAD OFFICERS - J. Evans, Chaplain, L. Culbertson, Head
Drummer: R. Free, Vice-Presidentg T. Brown, Asst. Sq. Ldr.g J. Lawrence,
Sq. Ldr.g A. Peatross, President: J. Thomas, Sq. Ldr.g A. Peatross, Asst.
Sq. Ldr.g H. Garrett, Sec. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM RIGHT: THE 1985-86
DRUMMERS - J. Evans, R. Robertson, L. Culbertson - head, C.
Sullivan, E. Murphy, L. Smith, L. Tyrone.
TOP LEFT: R. Free keeps an eye on Ashley. TOP RIGHT: Senior officers
raised the spirit. ABOVE: Holly, Tonya, and Stacey showed excitement
before the game. LEFT: J. Lawrence led the pep squad with
Patriot Performers Danoed to Victory
Summer camp set the mood for a winning season with the drill team With lots of hard work and
dedication, the drill team upheld the spirit all the way to the finals The drill team showed true enthusiasm
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line. OPP. PAGE: TOP RIGHT: S. Luman didn't
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off her winning smile. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM
LEFT: Drill team kept that spirit up! OPP. PAGE:
RIGHT: Smile Tiffiny, you're on Candid Camera!
OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM RIGHT: Drill team
members had friends too. ABOVE: THE 1985-86
DRILL TEAM - K. Gore, J. McAlister, S. Lieber,
A. Turley, T. Taglavore, K. Barrington, J. Mason,
H. Robertson, E. Neal, T. Rawls, T. Smith, H.
Coussons. RIGHT: K. Wardlaw showed great
great dancing skills.
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Lovin' Every Minute of It
When the "hogs" started the year off, a winning season was dreamed of, but for some, unexpected.
The Patriot football team of 1985-86 came away with a perfect season and a huge trophy with "State
Champs" engraved on it. Through the hard work of the players and coaches, and the faithful support of
the fans, the Patriot dream ofa State Championship became a reality.
TOP RIGHT: K. Latham, future NFL Pro. TOP
CENTER: Do the State Champ Shuffle!
ABOVE: J. Stanford gave the fans a pep talk.
RIGHT: J. Burdine calls a play.
TOP LEFT: B. Logan and D. Rayburn present the championship
trophy to the school. TOP RIGHT: The Freshman and Sophomore
contributions to the Patriot squad. RIGHT: C. Stensgard made an
important phone call. ABOVE: "Digging for gold'?"
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These were the cheers heard from the stands of the patriot fans as they cheered the 1985-86 Basketball
Team to many victories. A triumphant season is not uncommon to the Patriots, in any sport, but you really
can't have too many victories.
1985-86 BASKETBALL TEAM - Top Row: J. Pesnell, J. Whittington, S. Luman, M. Ryan, W. Gerhardt. Middle Row: T. C. Morgan, D.
Golden, K. Long, T. Boddie, T. Allen. Bottom Row: P. Hutson, T. Allen, A. Horta, B. Wilson.
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TOP LEFT: "May I have this dance?" TOP RIGHT: D. Golden
showed off his perfect form. ABOVE: The Patriot defense in
motion. LEFT: The agony of de-feet!
Lady Patriots Got The Ball Back
The Lady Patriots combined skill and
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L one. The girls' overall ability was better
E developed through the many hours of
12l practice which they endured. The
improvement shown by these girls is
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basketball and their team.
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OPP. PAGE: THE 1985-86 LADY PATRIOTS - L.
Williams, L. Patterson, H. Robertson, J. McAlister, R.
Calvert, R. Robertson, S. Long, T. Brown, J. Mason, C.
Jones, N. Ford, A. Peatross. TOP LEFT: "But Coach,
you know I can't dunk it." TOP RIGHT: Basketball made
H. Robertson high. CENTER LEFT: Tonyajust laughed
and laughed: she knew she had glue on her hand!
CENTER RIGHT: "May I have this dance?" LEFT:
Togetherness made this group a team.
Each class used great
discretion when choosing their
representative to the 1985-86
Basketball Court. The girls chosen
set the standard for beauty and
poise. At the Homecoming game
against Calvary Baptist, the Court
was presented. The crowd was
overwhelmed by the grace of the
young ladies. The spectators
could not overlook the pulchritude
of those presented. It seemed to
run in the family for Basketball
Sweetheart Heidi Robertson and
her sister Renee, who
represented the Freshman class.
It was the presence of the Court
which inspired the team and made
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Baseball: The American Pastime
The "Boys of Summer" reported to the F.B. baseball diamond ready to win! And win they did, in one of
the best seasons ever. The Patriots' many games that great old American sport remained a favorite with
players and fans, alike.
ABOVE: THE 1985-86 BASEBALL TEAM 'li' - A
- Top Row: Coach Wilkins, J. Pesnell, B.
Kirkman, J. Burdine, T. Allen, S. Luman, K.
Long, B. Wilson, Coach Stansgard. Bottom
Row: J. Abramson, D. Pesnell, D. Rayburn.
LEFT: Coach Wilkins discussed Baseball
Trivia with his players,
They Like A Girl With A SIOW Pitch
The girls' Softball Team had an errorless season, as well as a winning one, too. The Lady Patriots
proved that daily practices and hard work leads to terrific rewards.
1985-86 SOFTBALL TEAM - L to R: H. Robertson, A.
Peatross, Coach Blackwell, J. Mason, J. McAlister, S.
Long, A. Peatross, T. Smith, R. Robertson, T. Brown, T
Rawls, H. Coussons, T. Taglavore. LEFT: A. Peatross
and C. Jones show their enthusiasm for softball.
Track Team Hurdled to Excellence
The best track team in F.B. history reported to track practice, in the spring. The team endured grueling
running programs, in addition to back-breaking shot-putting, hurdling, and high jumping. The payoff was
the Blue Ribbons they brought home
TOP: TRACK TEAM - Top Row: K. Latham, M. Darby, T. Brown,
J. Burdine, M. Ryan, T. Allen, T. Harris, S. Luman, J. Whittington,
P. Hutson. Bottom Row: M. Burdine, S. Phillips, L. Smith, S. Long,
B. Wilson, K. Long, A. Horta, B. Logan, R. Robertson, A. Peatross,
H. Robertson, M. Rice, W. Wilson. RIGHT: K. Latham practiced for
the "BIG RACE." ABOVE: B. Logan could hardly compose
himself, he was so excited about the upcoming track meet.
Game, Set, Match
The Patriot Tennis Team "volleyed" to a winning season in 1985-86. The team performed like pros and
"aced" their way to the top ofthe winners bracket. There might not be a Wimbledon Crown Holder in this
group, but then again, you never know.
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TOP: 1985-86 TENNIS TEAM - Top Row: L. Smith, J. Finny,
E. Murphy, L. Tyrone, J. Thomas, C. Griffeth, J. Harris, P.
Hutson, G. Andrews. Bottom Row: R. Free, J. Thomas, L.
Hooper, B. Dorris, W. Gehardt, D. Pesnell, M. Ryan, S. Griffen
LEFT: M. Flyan looked pleased after he served his fifth ace of
his match. ABOVE, R. Free prepared to goto an out-of-town
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The First Baptist golf team, under the aegis of
Mr. Dornier, was a tremendous success. How
could it be otherwise with experienced players like
John Dunn, Wayne Gerhardt, and Bruce Dorris?
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What Do You Want To Do With Your Life
The 1985-86 Yearbook Staff got off to a splendid start when the whole bunch of bananas made a
tiresome trek to the Andrews' camp. Much was accomplished during their three-day imprisonment, which
included a shaving cream and water balloon war. fThe contest ended in a draw, but everyone agreed that
they got cropped at Technicamp.
THE 1985-86 PATRIARCH STAFF - G. Andrews, H. Garrett, R. Free, C. Griffeth, L. Culbertson, H. Coussons, E. Murphy, J.
Thomas, T. Taglavore.
TOP LEFT: "Lisa, you know you can't get out of doing pages
that way." TOP RIGHT: C. Johnson and S. Rosso thought of
their impending deadline. CENTER LEFT: G. Andrews traveled
to a new dimension, THE TWILIGHT ZONE! ABOVE: H. Garrett
faked enthusiasm over her new assignment, MORE PAGES!
LEFT: "Tracy, you should have had a V-81'
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Mu Alpha Theta, a national honorary mathematical organization for high school students who excel in
the field of mathematics and the related sciences, thrived. Any fool knows that 2:2, but it took this group to
prove that 1:2. This amazing feat was the result of much technical training by the club's sponsor, Mr.
Dornier. The sole qualification of membership is the ability to pronounce the organization's name
ABOVE: MU ALPHA THETA MEMBERS - G.
Andrews, A. Peatross, M. Barnett, H. Coussons,
S. Griffen, K. Barrington. TOP RIGHT: Excellent
mathematical instruction enabled K. Barrington to
perform difficult computations in her head.
RIGHT: "Nobody gets a 100Qfo on my test and
gets away with it!"
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Beware Star Magazine, Here Comes The Bap
Led by senior-leadership, that of Editor Wayne Gerhardt and Co-Editor Bruce Dorris, the mighty BAP
thrived. With a cavalcade of interesting articles, the BAP gave its patrons enjoyable reading day-in and
day-out. When asked what they thought about working on the BAP, Gerhardt and Dorris said, "It's simply
TOP LEFT: J. Jeter found Wayne's suggestion that he redo his
article amusing. TOP RIGHT: THE RAP STAFF - L to R: L.
Tyrone, J. Thomas, A. Peatross, C. Griffith, B. Dorris, J. P. Byrd,
editor: W. Gerhardt, J. Jeter, J. Pesnell, M. Mickovich. BOTTOM
RIGHT: That's funny Wayne, you don't look a thing like David
Letterman. BOTTOM LEFT: B. Dorris and W. Gerhardt were
Catch Some Z's
Z-Club started out with a terrifying nightmare for some. Initiation this year consisted of an early morning
kidnapping, rolled yards, serenading the ducks at the duck pond, and then to the Uptown Shopping Center
for many Z-Club Olympic games, where find-a-penny and balloon relays were among the main
events. Each new member had the pleasure of a quality make-over with the pleasant scent of ketchup,
mustard, shaving creme, jelly, syrup, and mayonnaise. The rest of the year everyone contributed to the
community, world, and national projects. Such projects were the foreign water well project, rock-a-thon,
and nursing home visits. All together we had a sensational year.
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Coussons, T. Taglavore, J. Lawrence, H. Sawyer, R. Free, J.
McAIister, E. Murphy, L. Culbertson, A. Peatross, H. Robertson, M.
McKneeIy, J. Evans, L. Miller, S. Rosso, H. Garrett. OPP. PAGE
BOTTOM: L to R: A. Peatross, S. Rosso, H. Sawyer, T. Brown, H.
Coussons, R. Free, T. Taglavore, J. Lawrence, H. Garrett. TOP LEFT:
Oh, yummy! TOP RIGHT: Surprise, You're on candid camera!
CENTER LEFT: H. Garrett dreams about Z-Club projects. CENTER
RIGHT: Oh my gosh, I forgot my blazer! LEFT: Dispose of that gum
Key Club Showed Service
Although last year was not one of its better years, the Key Club of First Baptist worked this year to
regain the respect it so truly deserved. Under the leadership of Greg Andrews and the other officers, the
Key Club worked toward its objective -to make a lasting impression on First Baptist Church School.
TOP LEFT: For the last time, there are no girls allowed in Key
Club! TOP RIGHT: G. Andrews found that the responsibilities of
the Key Club presidency were too much. ABOVE: Key Club .qni""
members worked diligently to sell shirts at Back to School Night. . 1 .
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Pesnell, J. Byrd, M. Ryan, J. Harris, C.
Griffith, P. Hutson, J. Whittington, B.
Johnson, G. Andrews, S. Luman, W. Berry
KEY CLUB SLAVES - K. Long, B. Wilson
T. Allen, A. Horta. LEFT: KEY CLUB
OFFICERS - C. Griffith, B. Johnson, G.
Andrews, W. Berry, J. Byrd, J. Whittington
ABOVE: Key Club members were athletes
Student Council Dared the
Challenge of Success
The 1985-86 Student Council took the plunge and dared to succeed. The challenge was great, but our
hard workers got together and made this year a success. The school year started off with an exciting
back-to-school party at the Peatross' farm. Mrs. Peatross found out that she had a demolition team on her
hands when the floor of the porch cracked. Next, homecoming was quite a hit. A bonfire, super game, and
a great dance topped off the week's events with which the student body was well-pleased. A number of
fund-raisers, including the sales of stickers and balloons, helped make the Student Council financially fit.
Ashley worked diligently with many goals in mind. She certainly has achieved them by daring the challenge
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Tuggle, A. Peatross, J. Whittington, K. Barrington.
TOP LEFT: A. Peatross and K. Barrington displayed their cheerful disposition. TOP RIGHT: C. Griffith and W. Berry found Ashley's
proposal amusing. CENTER LEFT: K. Barrington provided psychological counseling for Jamie. CENTER RIGHT: Look at Kenny's
Cover Girl smile. ABOVE LEFT: C. Griffith's one attentive moment was captured on film. ABOVE RIGHT: G. Andrews made plans for
Scholarship, leadership, citizenship, service,
and character are the qualities held by these six
members of the National Honor Society. Each
year a select few are chosen to join this elite
group of great intellects. Each member is
expected to abide by the code of the National
Honor Society. Watched over by sponsor
William Mabry, these students know the limits
and stay within them during the year.
ABOVE: G. Andrews kept the N.H.S.
finances in order. TOP RIGHT: N.H.S.
President K. Barrington is sad because
she can't play right now, she has to
study. RIGHT: THE 1985-86 NATIONAL
HONOR SOCIETY - S. Griffen, A.
Peatross, K. Barrington, G. Andrews,
H. Coussons, M. Barnett.
H.S. Rises To The Top
Hard Work Pays Gff
Because of their citizenship, honesty, integrity, and scholarship, a number of First Baptist students were
honored by the Masons, the Optimists, and the Daughters of the American Revolution. Their achievements
were brought to the attention of the public by the media. Hard work has paid off for these students,
DAR Citizenship Award Winner: Ashley Peatross. Masonic Honesty and Integrity Award Winners: Greg Andrews, John Whittington,
Shelly Griffen, Jamie Pesnell, and Holly Garrett. Optimist Club Award Winners: Holly Garrett, Missy Barnett, and Greg Andrews.
When the Louisiana Girls' State and Boys State Delegates boarded
buses headed for Baton Rouge, they had no idea what was in store for
There were 6:00 A.M. "Musters and 3 00 A M brainstorming
sessions and miles of walking Despite the lack of sleep and the
blistered feet these three students experienced a week of great times
and lasting friendships they will never forget
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than if she were in Sunny California. TOP
CENTER: PELICAN STATE DELEGATES
- Holly Garrett, John Whittington, Jamie
Pesnell. TOP LEFT: J. Whittington may
need the assistance of Dr. Feel Good to
get off that tricycle. BOTTOM RIGHT:
"Now Jamie, you know the Boys' State
isn't really like being in jail, just almost."
Fiesta In Paris
The French and Spanish Clubs of First Baptist showed us what culture was all about. These educated
souls let us see the different customs of their respective countries and made us want to fly over to Paris on
l the Concorde, then party on over to Spain to see a bullfight. Only at F.B.
THE 1985-86 SPANISH CLUB - L to R: J.
Mason, A. Van Kook, T. Tuggle, K. Gore, A
Horta, T. Ftawls, T. Brown, A. Peatross, K.
Wardlaw, E. Murphy, L. Culbertson, K.
Jones, J. McAIister.
THE 1985-86 FRENCH CLUB - Lto R: J.
Jeter, E. Lyons, M. McKneeIy, C. Johnson
H. Robertson, S. Rosso, S. Phillips, M.
Rhodes, T. Taglavore, D. Harper, J.
Lawerence, C. Griffeth, S. Griffen, L.
Smith, B. Logan, M. Latham.
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Dramatists Take to the Stage
Without so much as an acting class, the F.B. Drama Club gave performances that rivaled those given on
the Broadway stage. In the dazzling plays, put on throughout the year, the critics gave nothing but great
reviews. Who knows? There might be a Hollywood movie mogul in the bunch.
ABOVE: B. Dorris showed his angelic
side. TOP RIGHT: M. Barnett and S. Lieber
displayed the typical actress' aversion to
the press. CENTER RIGHT: The Drama
Club put in long hours to achieve
perfection. BOTTOM RIGHT: K. Wardlaw
studied her line with diligence.
Politics In The Making
A new club was added to the already abundant choices of F.B. extracurricular activities. The Young
Republicans Club provided the opportunity for several students to be involved in the fascinating life of a
political endeavor. Valuable experience was gained by those interested in pursuing a political career.
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YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB MEMBERS - B. Dorris, A. Horta, A. Turley, G. Andrews, H. Garrett, J. Day, J. McAlister, W.
Gerhardt, L. Spano, C. Colgin, J. Pesnell.
It has been said that "Big things sometimes come in small packages." We are a small school in
numbers, but very, very big in the quality column. l am very proud to be your headmaster, and you,
the staff and student body, deserve all the credit for this enviable accomplishment.
We are now in the process of building our leadership position into a long illustrious tradition that
we can take pride in. Wherever you go or whatever you do, remember you are a Patriot first, last, and
always. Uphold the values we stand for and strive for the standards that have been instilled in you by
your teachers and always think of First Baptist as your Academic Home.
The Backbone of FB.
The administration of First Baptist was first and foremost in the development of a better school. F.B.
Administration, we salute you!
Church Staff Promoted Spiritual Growth
A Christian atmosphere was created by the church staff this year to give support and growth with plans
of the new school. The church helped to sponsor such activities as dances and many other fund-raisers. A
successful year can be attributed to their dedication and support.
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Heltzel, S. MacKnight, A. Austin, A. Middleton, B. Trigg. 3rd Row: S. Lawrence, C. Strout, K. Cheesman,
Hinson, R. Stoner, B. Tingle, L
J. Williams, G. Hunt, D. Jewett
P.P.L. Helped the School to Grow!
Another successful fruit and turkey sale was the result of much hard work on the part of the Patriots'
Parents League. Through this and other fundraisers, the P.P.L. has been able to accomplish many helpful
services to First Baptist, including the realization of many teachers' "wish-lists." The strength of First
Baptist depends greatly on the work of these concerned friends, parents, and teachers.
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Pesnell, B. Harris, S. Burris. CENTER LEFT: "Hey, I think
they're about to bring out the refreshments!" BOTTOM LEFT:
Hard workers for the P.P.L. ABOVE: Coach Todd and M.
Shemwell discuss the schools football achievements.
The F.B. Faculty
Enriched Our Lives
Under the guidance of Dave Gray and Bill Ziegler, the faculty worked day and night preparing lesson
plans grading tests, and, of course, teaching. After school, teachers could be found giving extra help to
students. Much knowledge was gained by all
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.EFl': Mrs. Cassibry obviously doesn't know that the North won the war. TOP RIGHT: Hooray for Hollywood! RIGHT: Mr. White diligently graded
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OPP. PAGE: TOP: 3-day class. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM: 2-day class. TOP
LEFT: P. Mabus enjoys riding her tricycle during playtime. TOP RIGHT:
"Here I come." CENTER LEFT: A case of hit and run. CENTER RIGHT:
"Caught you." BOTTOM LEFT: "Future Hotrodders in the making."
Four Year Kindergarten
Caraway - Sorensen
OPP. PAGE: RIGHT: J. Smith recreated the Thanksgiving feast
during the holidays. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM: Four-year-olds
enjoyed playing with their five-year-old buddies. LEFT: A surprise
visit from Santa was one of the highlights during the year ABOVE
"Where's the beef?!"
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recess. OPP. PAGE RIGHT: The kindergarten
students learned the importance of good
lettering. LEFT: Leigh Elgin had fun playing
with her sister Rebecca in their furnished
Mary Marshall Harper
OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM LEFT: First
graders take time out for a game of Go
Fish. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM RIGHT:
Double your trouble with Double-Meng
girls. RIGHT: First graders can't seem
to locate the flag.
ABOVE: Mrs. Fair is always eager to help
her students. ABOVE RIGHT: Mrs. Harper
keeps close tabs on her pupils. RIGHT:
Mrs. Fair grades her students' papers
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enjoy individual attention
OPP. PAGE: A. Griffith anxiously awaits
the end of the school day! RIGHT:
Learning is fun for Mrs. Wheeler's
Mary Ellen Brown
Sarah Katherine Dowling
Mary Beth Rice
Ann Marie Griffith
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students to the joys of learning.
OPP. PAGE LEFT: lsn't it 3:00 yet? TOP: K. Kirschner
certainly enjoys his Crayola's. LEFT: C. Ludwig and A.
Lawhon are proud members of the Star Club. RIGHT:
Matthew "Michelangelo" Miller shows off his latest
Thompson - Keating
Carol Ann Lawhon
OPP. PAGE: LEFT: Mrs. Thompson lectures her class on the finer points of
the English language. OPP. PAGE: RIGHT: . . . and this is downtown
A 1 Shongaloo. LEFl': Mrs. Keating loves her job. RIGHT: R. Weatherton was
certainly caught up in a learning frenzy.
OPP PAGE RIGHT Mrs Tipton takes roll. OPP. PAGE:
LEFT S Beniot works hard to complete his assignment
on time ABOVE Students of Mrs. Tipton pay close
attention to the lesson RIGHT Sixth graders go back in
time to the time of the ancient Egyptians.
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Mary Lou Sally
OPP. PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: The janitors found that
cleaning the junior high was a difficult task. OPP PAGE
BOTTOM RIGHT: M. Jackson comprehends involved
concepts. ABOVE LEFT: illiteracy proved to be a major
concern at First Baptist. ABOVE RIGHT: ln 1986. J. Harris
decided to come out of his locker. LEFT: K. Cassibry said,
"Me no parle French."
Mary Emily Byrd
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G. Chastain gave a winning smile. TOP RIGHT: S. Smith concentrated hard
in Algebra I. CENTER LEFT: C, Cosse enjoys computer science. CENTER
RIGHT: Lunch was a lot of fun. BOTTOM LEI'-'l': We are so tired. ABOVE:
Lots of excitement in Algebra I.
Got Winning On Their Minds
The First Baptist Jr. High football team continued the Patriot winning tradition with an outstanding
season. Like their older counterparts, for the younger Patriots, a victorious season was in order. Perhaps
this winning spirit will continue throughout their years at First Baptist and lead to numerous triumphs in the
years to come.
Top Row: W. Bryan, T. Miller, S. Mitchell, T. Lawrence, J. Harper, B. Boddie, S. Cox, D. Wicker. Middle Row: B. Brown, Coach, C. K.
Porter, C. Green, Manager, C. Vandiver, Coach. Bottom Row: J. Harris, V. Hastings, B. Bates, T. Sullivan, B. Byrd, Ft. Pierson, C. Yar-
brough, D. Allen, Coach.
A Season of Winners
The 1985-86 Patriot Junior High Basketball Teams were characteristic of the players that participated.
They were winners. With its numerous wins, the boys' team proved to be truly outstanding. Athletic
excellence was demonstrated by the equally successful girls' team.
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T. Wardlaw, C. Coleman, B. Byrd, B. Bates, T. Brown, S.
- - Cox. Front Row: J. Hamilton, R. Pierson.
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With the voices of many enthusiastic girls, the junior high pep squad kept the spirit alive all the way to
the end! Their hard work and dedication led them to a winning season.
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J. Stringer, J. Richie, K. Mears, S. Smith, S. Harper, E. Johnson, C. Woodall, K. Cassibry, K. Paine, B. Robertson, A. Swearingen, E.
Darwin, M. Downing. BOTTOM: Lto R: H. Waller, C. Byrd, J. Rice, L. Williams, J. Kot, S. Free.
Lending a Helping Hand
Mary Emily Byrd, President of the Junior High Student Council, was quite successful this year in leading
the organization. The members of Student Council were extremely helpful to the P.P.L. at Back-to-School
Night, at which they sold directories. Because of this and many other fine deeds, the Junior High Student
Council is "worth their weight in gold."
TOP LEFT: C. Woodall made sure that the student counciI's
finances were in order. TOP RIGHT: S. Jones enjoyed a candy
cane during a meeting. BOTTOM LEFT: President M. Byrd
pondered carefully what was said at the meeting. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Student Council members helped in the sale of student
NJHS: Leaders of the Future
The National Junior Honor Society of First Baptist was a reflection of its members. President Shannon
Gay led the members in their quest for excellence in leadership, citizenship, service, scholarship, and
character. This organization represents the ideal for which we all should strive.
Top Row, Lto Fl: Mr.
Gholson, J. Stringer, C.
Green, E. Johnson, D.
Krueper, Miss Pigneur.
Bottom Bow: S. Gay, G.
Chastain, A. Doughty, M.
Byrd, S. Free.
Top Row: L. Williams, L. Patterson
E. Darwin, K. Cassibry, T. Miller, C.
Griffeth. Middle Ftow: J. Richie, S.
Smith, C. Coleman, J. Baremore, L.
Braddock, S. Jones. Bottom Row:
H. Waller, J. Rice, A. Hutchinson, L
Jeter, Ft. Jackson, K. Mears.
Jr. High Foreign
Language Club ls
Parlez-vous Francais? The Jr. High French Club
learned much about the language, culture, and
customs of French speaking countries. The
members conversed in French. All enjoyed
sampling French foods at the great parties.
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B01TOM LEFT: Jon and David sat back and relaxed.
Freshmen Pleaded For Respect
The Class of '89 started the first of four years pleading for respect. But of course, pleas went unheeded
like always. Just remember the years ahead will be challenging and exciting
TOP LEFT: Mrs. C, you look fifteen years younger. TOP RIGHT: Smile, you're on Candid
Camera. ABOVE: Oh, what a mug. BOTTOM RIGHT: Hats off to you Mike. OPP. PAGE:
TOP LEFT: Plant that bomb under the seat. OPP. PAGE: TOP RIGHT: Put your nose back
in that corner! OPP. PAGE: MIDDLE LEFT: Freshman girls take charge. OPP. PAGE:
MIDDLE RIGHT: Guided by the light. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM LEFT: Freshmen take bubble
blowing lessons. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM RIGHT: Today's Freshmen, tomorrow's
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Sophomores show their super spirit
N Sophomores Sought Revenge
This year's Sophomores added to the Patriots spirit week after week with their various challenges to the student
body on Fridays. Their spirit was seen throughout the year. Their enthusiasm also helped to unite them to face the
challenge of giving a Sadie Hawkins which proved to be a success.
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OPP. PAGE: TOP RIGHT: Kendelicious: The Ultimate
Bubble. OPP. PAGE: MIDDLE LEFT: United we stand,
divided we fall. OPP. PAGE: MIDDLE RIGHT: Got the Ex-lax
Blues. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM LEFT: How do I spell relief?
OPP. PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT: "You've got the look I want to
know better." TOP RIGHT: Yes, it's me. TOP LEFT: Do you
mind? We're giving our report. MIDDLE LEFT: High school
students certainly "LOVE" their lunch break. BOTTOM
LEFT: Surely, it wasn't that funny. MIDDLE RIGHT: Kelly,
don't you see?
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we're Jerri and Audra, your operators at Time-Life Books
Juniors -- Just A Cut Above'
The Junior Class with their various personalities has proven themselves to be a class with "Class" This
year they were brought together to work as one by the leadership of their class officers. Through their
hard work and planning for Prom the Juniors proved themselves and met the standards of excellence
TOP LEFT: Let us dry your hair. TOP RIGHT: Could it be a Sticky
situation? BOTTOM LEFT: Even T.A. joined in the Christmas spirit.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Katie and Tiffiny always crossing each other. OPP.
PAGE: TOP LEFT: Tis the season to be jolly? OPP. PAGE: TOP
RIGHT: T.C. checks Mr. White's peripheral vision. OPP. PAGE:
MIDDLE LEF'I': Micheal's version of creative writing. OPP. PAGE:
MIDDLE RIGHT: Authority at its best. OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM LEFT:
Yes, she did say "Ready, type." OPP. PAGE: BOTTOM RIGHT: Curtis
catches some ZEEES.
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Gregory Haden Andrews
Mary Caroline Colgin
Donald Bruce Dorris
Ronda Sue Free
Holly Kay Garrett
Martin Wayne Gerhardt
Ariel "Slick" Horta
Carol Ann Johnson
Kenneth Gordon Latham
Stephanie Lorelei Lieber
Benjamin Gabriel Logan
Steven Calvin Luman
Janice Louise McAlister
Elizabeth Ashley Peatross
James Gordon Pesnell
Sarah Melinda Rice
Heidi Elizabeth Ann Robertson
Stacey Renee Rosso
Heather Elisabeth Sawyer
Shannon Joy Smith
Patrick Lane Spano
Catherine Ann Taylor
Charles Christopher Tingle
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Garrett and G. Andrews, great steps
were taken toward the realization of
world peace. ABOVE: In 1986, C.
Colgin became Montgomery Ward's
top model, LEFT: Beauty School
dropout, no graduation day for you!
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The Patriarch Staff surveyed one-hundred
students to find what their likes were.
Book - The Outsiders
Movie - St. Elmo's Fire
T.V. Program - The Cosby Show
Actor - Sylvester Stallone
Actress - Meryl Streep
Male Singer - Phil Collins
Female Singer - Madonna
Song - That's What Friends Are For
Album - Rocky lV
Political Figure - Ronald Reagan
Male Sports Figure - William Perry
Female Sports Figure - Mary Lou Retton
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Royal Couple Visits U.S.
Death of Samantha Smith
Edwin Edwards Trial
First Baptist Wins State Championship
Space Shuttle Tragedy
When asked what their hopes and
expectations for the future were, they
. . . "to graduate"
. . . "to be accepted to the college
of my choice"
. . . 'to have world peace"
. . . "to end world hunger"
. . . "to DSCOITIG 3 SUCCGSSH
..."to be the best l can be"
Cassette Tape 38.00
Boy's Polo Oxford 3527.00
Candy Bar S .45
Movie Ticket 33.75
Unleaded Gas 31.13
whole Milk W2 gang st .43
January 28, 1986
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Ashley Peatross was selected as the 1986 Miss
Patriarch because of her scholastic achievement
and involvement in school activities. Ashley was
Vice President of the National Honor Society and
was on both the Headmaster's list and the honor
roll. She was Vice President of the Mu Alpha
Theta and participated in the district rally in
Algebra l, Geometry, and Algebra ll. During her
high school life she held offices in Student Coun-
cil, Z-Club, and Pep Squad. She participated in
basketball and softball. She was elected
Freshman Maid for Basketball Court, Sophomore
Maid of the Homecoming Court, and Football
Sweetheart her senior year. Other honors include
the Scholar Athlete Award, Captain of the Honor
Guard her junior year, Who's Who, and the DAR
Good Citizenship Award her senior year.
Jamie Pesnell was chosen as the 1986 Mr.
Patriarch for his outstanding character, leader-
ship, and accomplishments in sports. Jamie
represented our school as a Louisiana Boys'
State delegate. At Boys' State, he was chosen to
be a member of the City Council. He was on honor
roll and was selected as a member of the Honor
Guard in his junior year. Jamie was a proud
member of the First Baptist state championship
football team. He earned a four year letter in both
football and basketball, receiving the title of All-
District and All-State in football as a wide receiver
and defensive back. Jamie also participated three
years in tennis and baseball. He received the All-
District honor in baseball. Jamie served as
Parliamentarian in the Student Council and made
other contributions in Key Club, French Club, and
on the newspaper staff.
Gnce upon a time, there were two eager yearbook editors, Holly
and Greg. At the beginning
thing was fine and dandy.
Some staffers refused to
But not for long!
co-operate. All the
others quit. Holly and Greg were greatly distressed by this action
led to a state of delirium between the two
decided to do many pages
on their own. This quickly
for nonactionl. They put their heads together and
editors. They began to climb the walls and each
their brow, sit back, and say,
to wipe the sweat
other. After much hard work and perseverance, the
yearbook was completed. The two were then able
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ple lived happily ever after. THE END
of the year, every-
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1124 Commerce Shreveport, La. 71101
Ernest E. Adams Phone 221-2141
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THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
A WORD FROM OUR PAS TOR
Shreveport is a city of churches, each
with a distinctive personality shaped by
history, setting, and membership. As the
first of many Baptist congregations in this
area, we have a rich heritage fashioned
by a host of dedicated leaders. Centrally
located in the Shreveport-Bossier
metroplex, we seek to serve individuals
and families from all of our communities.
A diverse membership insures that those
of every age and background will feel a
warm welcome in our fellowship.
Our primary purposes are to worship
C-od both collectively and in private devo-
tions, to reach out to others with the sav-
ing message of the Gospel, to guide
disciples toward spiritual maturity, to care
for one another in the crises of life, to pro-
vide opportunities for mission service
among those in need of our support, and
to build a strong church with growing
resources for ministry in the years to come.
We would consider it a surpassing
privilege to have you ioin us as a partner
in this grand endeavor.
William E. Hull, Pastor
401415 a.m. Morning Worship
5:00-6:45 p.m. Church Family Dinner
51115-7:45 p.m. Children's Choirs and Missions
6:30-7:45 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service
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RIVERGATE II, SUITE F SHREVEPORT, LA 71105
1950 E. 70th STREET PHONE 318-798-1081
JOE E. FORD
9300 MANSFIELD ROAD
SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 71118
OFFICE 688-0863 HOME 869-1900
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Selecting each student who attends
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Our students are achievers they are
motivated to succeed in challenging scholasnc
wide variety of extra curricular activities
They are open to new ideas and talk
frequently and freely with faculty staff and
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and tike a personal interest
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the most important decisions you will ever
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Shreveport, La. 71105
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4310 IVIANSFIELD FIUAD
SHREVEPORT, LCDUISIANA 71108
Griffith Allergy Clinic
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3730 Youree Drrve
Shreveport La 71105
Pat Caraway 227 0500 8m TRUST COMPANY
Ships and Tour
ROBERTS, CHERRY 8: COMPANY
A Corporation of Certified Public Accountants
650 Olive Street 0 Shreveport, La. 71104 D Telephone: 13181 222-2222
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3904 Southern Av
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Brake Repair, Road Service,
Complete Automotive Services
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601 West 62nd St Sr 85
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not depart fiom it.
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3541 Youree Drive
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First Baptist Church
Compliments of Dr. and
Mrs. Jack S. Coussons
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James S. Kot
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Shreveport L3 Hair Designers
7505 Pines Fld.
3964 Youree Drive
Shreveport, LA 71105
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SAM CICERO 424-1312 OR 865-41
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SHFIEVEPOHT LA 71108
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smarter about money matters -
because the more you know about money,
the better off you'II be.
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Home Money Market Checking A I IRA
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9122 Mansfield Road 686-2810
2230 Jewella Road 631-5620
4361 Youree Drive 869-3207
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1005 Southland Park Drive
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Baptist Church School
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Jim Elgin Builcler, Inc.
222 Crockett St.
Shreveport, La. 71101 t
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The best hamburger in two cities.
Bo, Carolyn and Candy Mcllwain
3380 Barksdale Blvd.
Bossier City, La. 71112
Cherish your health!
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2600 Greenwood Road
Shreveport Louisiono 71103
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2510 Flournoy-Lucas Road,
Shrevopon. Louisiana 71118
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SPECIALIZING IN HAND FINISHING
AZALEA CLEANERS INC
PREPARE TO BE PAMPERED
732 AZALEA DR
DIAL 861 0557
BEN JOEL 81 SHREVEPORT LA
SUPPLIER OF ALL TYPES OF
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SOFTBALL UNIFORMS 81 -
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ANTHONY CATANESE 4727 LINE AVE.
sHnEvEPon'r, LA 71106
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3100 HIGHLAND AVE PHONE 865-4291
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SUNDAYS-THURSDAY 11 A.M. to 10 P.M.
FRIDAYS 84 SATURDAYS 11 A.M. to 11 P.M.
LAFAYETTE ' BEAUMONT ' BATON ROUGE ' HOUSTON ' NEW ORLEANS
Benjamin E Foster
Practlce Llmlted to
1914 East 70th
Hwy. 80 E. Haughton Phone
1914 Pines Rd. 797-8833
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SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 71105
Pierremont Mall Shreve City
Shreveport La 71105
Phone 797 7997
Shreve Island Bicycle Center
2402 East 10th Street
797-9500 or 797-9502
Cpen 8:30-6 lVlon.-Fri. Sat. 8:30-5
Dixie Weld-Fab, Inc.
PC. Box 271 378-4275
Belcher, La. 71004 425-8977
Brown Builders, Inc.
1619 Jimmie Davis Hwy.
Winningham Datsun-Volvo, lnc.
New and Used Cars
Phone 227-1185 1322 Texas Ave.
Troy s Photo
645 Kings Hwy
6000 Unlon St
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Andy 8 Joanne
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Aid Station Marina
Aliens Service Center
Allure Travel Agency
Anchor Fire and Safety
Art Turley Insurance
Artie Nevel Signs
Ashley and Holly
Ashley's Service D.J. Ranch
A Stitch ln Time
Ben Foster Orthodontics
Bowman Oil Co.
Broadmoor Methodist Church
Buddy D. Toby
Caraway Travel Agency
Centuries Memorial Funeral Home
Cindy Emicrotto and Camille Designs
Custom Bilt Cabinets 8t Supply
Dixie Savings and Loans
Dixie Weld-Fab Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. Coussons
Dr. R. A. Drummond
First Baptist Church
Frank Stinson's Rountree
Griffith Allergy Clinic
Hilliard and Barlow
Insulators and Sales Co.
J and A Interiors
James S. Kot Remodeling
Jim Elgin Builders
Joe E. Ford Contractors
Jordan and Booth
Lena's Little Shoppe
Lena's Shoe Gallery
Louisiana Bear Co.
Moore and Mears Insurance
Moreman, Moore and Co., Inc.
Oak and Ivy
Pep Squad Officers
Ray's-Don's Deb Shop
Roberts, Cherry and Company
Shapes Hair Design
Shreve Frame and Clock Gallery
Shreve Island Bicycle Center
Smith Photographic Service
Tall and Stout Shop
Teddy Bear Sandwich Den
The Tipton Class
Tracy, Jennifer and Holly
Trans World Life Insurance
West Power Cleaning
Willis Knighton Hospital
Winningham Datsun Volvo
W. L. Stephenson Floor Covering
Yarbrough Interior Designers
It would be hard to describe the making
those of us on yearbook staff, who have
could never have been possible without
1986 yearbook such as the mothers
the typing, and those who just gave us a
to express our deepest appreciation.
Patrons . . .
as anything less than complex. And
the Patriarch together, know that it
Those who have contributed to the
who have helped with
us to keep going, we would like
a special thanks to our Patriarch
Key Club 1, 25 Newspaper 1, 2, 5 F.C.A.
1, 25 Drama Club 1, 25 Honor Roll5
Senior Class Favorite5 Football 1, 2, 35
Baseball 1-4, All District Pitcher
Student Council Representative 1-45
Key Club 2-4, President 45 Mr. Spirit
Stick 45 Yearbook 2-4, Editor 45 F.C.A.
1, 25 Drama Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2,
President 25 Quiz Bowl 35 German CLub
3, President 35 Young Republicans 45
Freshman Class Social Chairman5
Senior Class Social Chairman5 N.H.S.
Treasurer5 Headmaster's List5 Honor
Roll5 Junior Honor Guard5 State Rally in
Latin I and ll, placed 2nd in Latin I,
Society of Distinguished Am. High
School Students5 Who's Who5 Senior
Class Favorite5 Masonic Honesty and
Integrity Award5 Optimist Scholarship
Award5 Tennis 1, 25 Mu Alpha Theta 3,
4, President 45 Most Likely to Succeed
and District Rally in English IV
Z-Club 2-45 Pep Squad 1, 35 Drill Team
25 Newspaper 25 Drama Club 45 French
Club 1-35 Latin Club 45 Mu Alpha Theta
3, 4, Secretary 45 N.H.S. 3, 4, Secretary
45 Headmaster's List5 Honor Roll5
District and State Rallies in French I, ll,
and III5 Society of Distinguished Am.
High School Students5 Who's Who5
Senior Class Favorite5 Harvard Book
Award5 Basketball 2, 35 Track 25 Soccer
Student Council 4, Secretary 45 Z-Club
3, 45 Pep Squad 35 Drill Team 45
Cheerleader 1, 25 Yearbook 25
Newspaper 4, Secretary 45 F.C.A. 1, 25
French Club 1, Treasurer 15 Latin Club
4, Secretary 45 German Club 4,
Treasurer 45 Football Ad Staff 2, 45
N.H.S. 3, 4, President 45 Headmaster's
List5 Honor Roll5 District Rally in Spell-
ing, World History, English5 State Rally
in English5 Society of Distinguished Am.
High School Students5 Who's Who5
Senior Class Favorite5 Mu Alpha Theta
2, 45 National Honor Roll5 Beta Club 25
Track 15 Softball 1
Pep Squad 15 Drill Team 25 Cheerleader
3, 45 Newspaper 2, 3, Secretary 35
F.C.A. 25 French Club 1-3, Secretary 2,
35 Latin Club 45 Young Republicans 45
Honor Roll5 Homecoming Court Senior
Maid5 Basketball Court Senior Maid5
Who's Who5 Senior Class Favorite5
Track 25 Softball 2
Student Council Representative5 Key
Club 1-35 F.C.A. 1-35 Football 2-45 All
District Football5 All State Football5
Senior Class Favorite5 Track5 Baseball
Newspaper 35 Drama Club 15 French
Club 25 Latin Club 35 Creative Writing
Club 35 Young Republicans 45
Freshman Class Vice-President5
Sophomore Class Vice-President5
Headmaster's List5 Honor Roll5 Senior
Class Favorite5 Sophomore Most
Key Club 25 Newspaper 45 Drama Club
45 French Club 1, 25 Latin Club 45 Young
Republicans 45 Honor Roll5 Junior
Honor Guard5 Senior Class Favorite5
Football 2, 45 Track 25 Baseball 1-35 All
District Baseball5 Golf 4
Z-Club 3, 4, Senior Board Member 45
Pep Squad 1-4, Chaplain, Treasurer,
Vice-President5 Yearbook 2-4, Ad
Editor 45 F.C.A. 1-35 French Club 1-35
Latin Club 45 Honor Roll5 Senior Class
Favorite5 Tennis 1-4
Z-Club 2-4, Treasurer 3, President 45
Pep Squad 1-4, Secretary 3,45 Year-
book 3, 4, Editor 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Ger-
man Club 3, Parliamentarian 35 Young
Republicans 45 Honor RolI5 Girls' State
City Council5 Junior Honor Guard5
District Rally in Typing5 Society of
Distinguished Am. High School
Students5 Who's Who5 Senior Class
Favorite5 Friendliest5 Masonic Honesty
and Integrity Award5 Optimist Youth in
Government Day Representative5 Soft-
ball 1, 2,5 Academic Decathalon
Student Council Historian5 Key Club 2,
3: Newspaper 3, 4, Editor 45 Drama
Club 15 French Club 1, 25 Quiz Bowl 35
Young Republicans 45 Sophomore
Class Social Chairman5 Junior Class
Social Chairman5 Honor Rollg Junior
Honor Guard5 Basketball 1-45 Golf 4
Carol Ann Johnson
Pep Squad 1, 2, Drummer5 Drill Team 35
Cheerleader 45 Yearbook 3, 45 F.C.A. 4,
French Club 2-4, Vice-President 45 Latin
Club 15 Honor Roll5 Senior Class
Favorite5 Basketball 25 Track 2, 35 Soft-
Student Council Historian5 Key Club 1-
35 Yearbook 15 Newspaper 15 F.C.A. 1,
25 French Club 15 Senior Class Favorite5
Football 1-45 Basketball5 Track5
Baseball5 All District Football5 All State
Pep Squad 15 Drill Team 2-4, Captain 45
Newspaper 2, 35 F.C.A. 1-35 Drama
Club 1-45 Latin Club 1, 25 German Club
3, Secretary 35 Sophomore Class Presi-
dent5 Junipr Class President5 Honor
Roll5 Girls' State Alternate5 District Rally
in English5 Who's Who5 Sophomore
Class Favorite5 Senior Class Favorite5
National Leadership Organization5
Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Con-
ference5 National English Merit Award5
Drill Team Excellence Award5 Softball
Cheerleader 25 Yearbook 25 FrC.A. 1-35
French Club Secretary 25 Freshman
Class Secretary5 Sophomore Class
Vice-President5 Junior Class Secretary5
District Rally in English III5 Homecoming
Court Freshman Maid5 Homecoming
Court Junior Maid5 Sophomore Class
Favorite5 Senior Class Favorite5
Basketball 1-35 Track 1, 35 Softball 1-3
Student Council Representative 1, 23
Key Club 1-33 F.C.A. 1, 23 Interact 1, 23
Sophomore Class Vice-President3
Senior Class Treasurer3 Senior Class
Favorite3 Football 1-42 All District Foot-
ball3 All State Football3 Track 3
Key Club 43 Yearbook 23 Newspaper 23
F.C.A. 1, 23 Latin Club 4, President 43
4-H Vice-President3 Junior Class Social
Chairman3 Honor Roll3 Academic
Decathlon3 Football 1-43 Basketball 3, 43
All District Football3 All State Football
Z-Club 2-4, Parliamentarian3 Pep
Squad 13 Drill Team 2-4, Co-captain 43
Newspaper 1, 23 F.C.A. 1-33 Drama
Club 1-43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Latin Club
1, 23 Young Republicans 43 Sophomore
Class SGCYGTSFYQ Honor Roll3 Junior
Honor Guard3 District Rally in Spanish l3
Who's Who3 National Leadership
Award3 Basketball 1-43 Softball 1-43
Miss Offense in Basketball and Softball
Student Council, Parliamentarian 10,
President 123 Z-Club 2-4, Vice-
President 123 Pep Squad 1-4, Vice-
President 3, President 43 Yearbook
Staffer 23 F.C.A. 1, 23 French Club 1-33
Latin Club 43 N.H.S. Vice-President3
Headmaster's List3 Honor Roll3 Junior
Honor Guard Captain3 District Rally in
Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II3
Homecoming Court Sophomore Maid3
Homecoming Court Football
Sweetheart3 Basketball Court
Freshman Maid3 Who's Who3 Mu Alpha
Theta 3, 4, Vice-President 43 DAR Good
Citizenship Award3 ScholarfAthlete
Award3 Basketball 1-43 Softball
Student Council 4, Parliamentarian 43
Key Club 43 Newspaper 43 French Club
33 Honor Roll3 Boys' State City Council3
Junior Honor Guard3 Football 1-43
Basketball 1-43 Tennis 1-43 Baseball 1-
43 All District Footbal and Baseball3 All
State Kicker3 Senior Class Favorite
Freshman Class TYSHSUFSYQ Football 1-
43 Track 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Baseball 23
Sophomore Class Favorite3 F.C.A. 33
Junior Class Treasurer3 Senior Class
Pep Squad 33 Drama Club 13 French
Club 43 Spanish Club 1-43 District Rally
in Am. History3 Track 1-43 Senior Class
Z-Club 43 Pep Squad 1-4, Chaplain and
Drummer3 Drill Team 43 F.C.A. 1, 23
Drama Club 1, 23 French Club 1-43 Latin
Club 43 German Club 3, Social Chair-
man3 Senior Class Social Chairman3
Honor Roll3 Junior Honor GUBFGQ State
Rally in German I, placed 2nd3 Basket-
ball Court Junior Maid3 Basketball
Court Sweetheart3 Senior Class
Favorite3 Basketball 1-43 Track3 Soft-
ball3 All District Basketball
Z-Club 3, 43 Pep Squad 13 Drill Team 23
Cheerleader 3, 4, Head 43 Yearbook 3,
43 Newspapeer 23 French Club 2-4,
President 43 Latin Club 13 Sophomore
Class Treasurer3 Junior Class
Historian3 District Rally in French lll3
Senior Class Favorite3 Most Spirited3
Z-Club 2-4, Board Member, Secretary3
Pep Squad 1, Drummer3 Drill Team 2, 3,
Co-Captain3 Cheerleader 43 Newspaper
2-4, Editor3 F.C.A. 13 Latin Club 1, 2,
President3 German Club 3, Vice-
President3 Football Ad Staff 33
Freshman Class Social Chairman3
Sophomore Class Vice-President3
Junior Class Vice-President3 Honor
Roll3 Junior Honor Guard3 District Rally
in English I3 Homecoming Court
Freshman Maid, Junior Maid, Queeng
Basketball Court Sophomore Maid3
Society of Distinguished Am. High
School Students3 Who's WhOQ
Freshman Class Favorite3 Sophomore
Class Favorite3 Senior Class Favorite3
Most Talented3 Track 2, 33 Softball 1
Gals Club 1, 23 Pep Squad 1, 33 Drama
Club 23 French Club 33 Senior Class
Favorite3 Basketball 1
Student Council 1, Class Represen-
tative3 Newspaper 3, 43 Drama Club 33
Spanish Club 1, 23 Latin Club 43 District
Rally in SpelIing3 Track 23 Golf 33 Senior
Pep Squad 23 Spanish Club 33 Basket-
ball 1, 33 Track 13 Senior Class Favorite
Drama Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 13 Art
Club 13 Senior Class Favorite3 Wittiest
Student Council 4, Representative3 Pep
Squad 1, 23 Drama Club 1, 23 Spanish
Club 1-4, Treasurer, President3 Senior
Class Favorite3 Wittiest
Pep Squad 13 Drill Team 2-4, Co-
Captain 43 Newspaper 23 F.C.A. 3g
Young Republicans 43 Honor Roll3
District RGIIYQ State Rally in Home
Economics3 Society of Distinguished
Am. High School Studentsg Who's Who3
Senior Class Favoriteg Sophomore
Class Beauty3 Drill Team Excellence
Award3 Softball 2
Student Council 1, 2, 4, Vice-President
43 Key Club 3, 4, Vice-President 43
Yearbook 23 Newspaper 23 F.C.A. 1, 23
Drama Club 33 French Club 13 Boys'
State3 Junior Honor Guard Captain3
Sophomore, Junior, Senior Class
Favorite3 Masonic Honesty and Integri-
ty Award3 Football 1-43 Basketball 1, 2,
43 Track3 Baseball3 All District Football3
All State Football
Abramson, Jay 122, 125
Alien, Todd 34,35,59,60,116,117,118
Alien, Trey 34,35,1o8,1o9,111
Andrews, Greg 10, 24, 27, 50, 51, 52,
53, 54, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 67, 120,
Barnett, Marci 56, 57, 117
Barnett, Missy 22, 29, 54, 62, 63, 66
Barrington, Kristy 20, 30, 31, 54, 60, 61,
Berry, Walter 23, 24, 33, 34, 35, 58, 59,
61, 115, 133
Boddie, Troy 34, 35, 109, 132
Bolton, Ryan 117
Brown, Tonya 28, 29, 42, 43, 50, 56, 57,
Broyles, Beth 113, 114
Burdine, Joey 34,35,117,118,119
Burdine, Mitch 22,34,35,60,108,109,
Byrd, Jim Pat 23, 33, 34, 35, 55, 59, 113
Chandler, Lauren 28,109
Colgin, Caroline 20, 25, 26, 27, 36, 37,
Coussons, Holly 30, 31, 52, 54, 56, 57,
Culbertson, Laura 28, 52, 56, 57, 65,
112, 113, 115
Darby, Marion 19, 34, 35, 130
Day, Julie 67, 130
Day, Will 109
Dean, Kendal 19, 31, 37, 112, 113, 114
Dorris, Bruce 49, 51, 55, 66, 67, 120,
121,122, 125,128, 129, 131
Downing, Scott 33, 34, 35, 109, 111
Dunn, John 23,49
Evans, Julia 56,57,113,114
Finney, Jennifer 28, 109
Floyd, Steve 109
Ford, Nikki 113
Free, Ronda 28, 29, 52, 56, 120,121,
Garrett, Holly 10, 24, 28, 29, 50, 52, 53,
126,129, 13O,131, 144
Gerhardt, Wayne 49, 55, 67, 120, 121,
Glasscock, Coy 20
Golden, David 109, 112, 113,114, 115
Golden, Lauren 28, 60, 113
Gore, Katie ao, 50.65, 78, 116, 117, 118
Griffen, Shelly 62, 63, 65, 117
Griffith, Charles 52, 55, 59, 60, 61, 65.
113, 115, 118
Harper, Doug 65,109,111
Harris, Jim 17, 59, 109
Harris, Tim 34,35,117,119
Horta, Ariel 59, 60, 65, 67, 122, 124, 127
Hutson, Preston 59, 117
Johnson, Ben 17, 52, 58, 59, 112, 114,
Johnson, Carol 21 , 25, 26, 27, 53, 65,
Johnson, Walter 109, 111
Jones, Carrie 25,26,27,117
Jones, Kelly 28,52,65,112,113,115
Kirkman, Brett 34, 35, 111, 116, 117,
Latham, Kenny 34, 35, 61 , 120,121,
Latham, Mike 23, 65, 113
Lawrence, Jennifer 28, 29, 52, 56, 65,
Lieber, Stephanie 30,31,66,120, 121,
Loftus, Kelly 65,120,121,124,128,
Logan, Ben 25,33,34,35,65,77,12O,
Long, Kevin 34,35,117
Long, Stacy 28,29,109,111
Luman, Steve 25, 34, 35, 59, 120,121,
122,124,127, 128, 129,130,131
Lyons, Elizabeth 42, 43, 65
Mason, Jennifer 30,65,113,115
Mays, Brian 109
McAIister, Jan 30, 56, 65, 66, 67, 77,
12O,121, 122, 125, 127,128,131
McKneely, Bo 33,34,35,125
McKneely, Melinda 18, 56, 65, 117
McKnight, Kevin 34, 35, 117
Mikovich, Mike 26,27,55,60,110
Milleg, Lisa 26, 53, 56, 57, 58, 117,118,
Mitchell, Don 117
Morgan, T. C. 34, 35, 117, 119
Murphy, Elizabeth 28, 52, 56, 65, 113,
Neal, Emily 30,113,115
Paul, Julie 109
Peatross, Allison 28, 55, 56, 57, 60, 65,
Peatross, Ashley 28, 29, 36, 37, 54, 56,
126,128, 129,131, 142,143
Pesnell, Doug 34,35,117
Pesnell, Jamie 34, 35, 55, 59, 61 , 63, 64,
Pesnell, Susan 117
Phillips, Spenser34, 35, 59, 65, 117
Perret, Jerrie 20,28,117,118
Perret, Kevin 109
Ravygs, Tonya 30,31,58,65,76,113,
Rayburn, Darryl 18, 33, 34, 35, 76, 120,
Rhodes, Mark 61,65,113,114
Rice, Melinda 23,12O,121,122,125,
Robertson, Heidi 21, 30, 31, 42, 56, 57,
Robertson, Renee 28, 42, 43, 109, 109,
110, 111, 132
Rosso, Stacey 21, 25, 26, 27, 53, 56,
Ryan, Michael 34, 35, 59, 116, 117, 119,
Sawyer, Heather 20, 25, 26, 27, 36, 37,
56,57,120, 121,122, 124, 126,137
Smith, Lisa 28,37,65,108,109,110,
Smith, Shannon 120, 121 , 122, 125,
Spano, Lane 19, 20, 21 , 23, 67, 76, 120,
Stinson, Audra 117, 118
Sullivan, Cindy 28, 109, 110, 111
Taglavore, Tracy 17, 30, 31 , 37, 52, 53,
Taylor, Cathy 120, 121, 122,125
Thomas, Johnette 28, 52, 117, 118,119
Thomas, Julie Ann 28, 55, 109
Tingle, Chris 120, 121, 122, 125, 127,
Tuggle, Tracy 60, 65, 120, 121,122,
Turley, Ashley 18, 30, 52, 67, 120, 121,
Tyrone, Lisa 28,55,108, 109,110,111
Van Hook, Alec 65, 113
Van Hook, Jim 117
Wardlaw, John 109
Wardlaw, Kim 18, 20, 31 , 65, 66, 117
Wilson, Brian 19, 34, 35, 59, 117, 118
Wilson, Will 65, 109
Whittington, John 34, 35, 50, 59, 60, 63,
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