Sarepta High School - Hornet Yearbook (Sarepta, LA)

 - Class of 1963

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JC . fi NY if fe GW Qffigiffif f22 f ffTfpi ?5 J 654 . ve fm S 552 222?ff'5?wE??EQ i 1 1 N h 3 i I " ome of the nicest things about a school re hardest to capture --- ich memories of learning to read --- Foreword ating . . laying . . . dreaming . . ry as we might we could not picture them A 11. of working together We can only offer these pages with the sincere hope that they will help recall the very best of days spent together here at Sarepta High School during the 1962-63 session f Ronnie Weems Editor "A perfect woman, nobly planned To warm, to comfort and command-- And yet a spirit still and bright With something of angelic light" --Wordsworth Dedication The Hornet staff proudly dedicates the 1963 Hornet to one whose fine teaching, noble ideals, love, and patience have en- riched the lives of her students through the years, MRS. NAT ALIE DENMON 6141 . 72.01 - "QWBg,,.2,., 'Q N Department Heads of Hornet Staff plan top level strategy: Donnie Weem - Sports, Sherman Matthews Co Editor and Business Manager, Ronnie Weems - Editor-in-Chief, Margaret Ann Clark - Features and Activities Quinnie Carraway Classes, Howard Beaty, center standing, Organizations, Mrs. Flora M. Simms and Miss Frances Tyler Sponsors Gary Thomas Beverly Gray Arthur Denmon Patricia Mask Hornet Staff Patricia Edgemon Gary Johnson James Chamblee "Hard at Work" Kay Cathleen Leonard Wolfe f '. sandra M Council on EE 5, Saw was Elementary Bulldmg 551 mmmmmm e ' Gymnasium Stadlum me Economlcs ulldmg M. B. MURPHY, Principal Sarepta High School f . 1 1 I , ,V . 4 442, , ' . ,ff .t , , - , I , Every successful and worthwhile project requires and demands much dedicated effort on the part of individuals. In the publication of this annual, many have contributed time and ability in making it one to be appreciated and cherished by students and faculty. I should like to offer my sincere thanks to the staff, sponsors, faculty, and student body for the production of this annual, Once again it is my privilege to express our thanks to the business and professional people who have so generously supported our school. In order to have a public school in which intelligent and fair minded people will take pride, it is neces- sary for earnest, serious minded students to have contact with able and dedicated teachers. Such teachers have been provided by our school board, therefore I urge all students to devote much time and attention to scholarly pursuitsg to identify them- selves with worthwhile extracurricular activitiesg to give attention to building desirable and lasting friendships, good moral character, and to display at all times and in all situations a friendly cooperative spirit. A , tha' IN f - 4 V K, f I , Y, If ., , i W . Y- ,, , K, , a ,v -, w I 7 if f I , xx M r'4,f, W Q , , ,. ir. ly A peek inithre office Mr. Murphy at a familiar task. , 1,1 fs -4 1 pf, ,1 5 - MRS. LILLIE HOUSTON First Grade MRS. GRACE BORLAND Second Grade MRS. LUCILLE MURPHY Third Grade MRS. ANN EASLEY First and Third Grades MRS. RUEBEN STEWART Fourth Grade MRS. HELEN COCHRAN Fifth Grade MRS. MARGARET CLARK Fifth Grade MRS. PAYE ALFORD Sixth Grade MRS. NATALIE DENMON Seventh Grade "Well, we can ALWAYS modell Top level conference? RAY HUNTER Eighth Grade MRS. ZULA AVERA English MR. O. W. ELLEZY Science MISS MARGIE IAMESON Home Economics JERRY LOTT Coach Social Studies MISS FRANCES TYLER Physical Education HAROLD NEWSOM Agriculture ZOLON STILES Football Coach Social Studies MRS. NANCY THOMAS Commerce A. S. PERRITT Math RAY TRUETT HINKIE Band Director MRS. FLORA MAE SIMMS Librarian MRS. G. H. O'GLEE Music Teachers, too, enjoy the best period of the day ohool Personnel MRS. FRED WINGET School Secretary James Bradley John Sidney Dean Mrs. Cleo Dean TRANSPORTATION CAFETERIA PERSONNEL Mrs. Eddie Mrs. Percy Mrs, J, L, Mrs. Lester Mrs. Jack Weems Dean Dauphin Burns Evans CUSTODIANS Griff Dean Jack Evans 'I ffl .., ,J 1 Q Senior Be Amerlcans Let there be no sectwnahsm, no North, South, East or West, you are all dependent one on another In one word, be a natlon Class Officers Vice-President ------- MICHAEL JOHN BUTTS President ----------- RONALD RAY WEEMS Secretary-Treasurer ----- WILLIAM ROGER BROWN sri WILLIAM LUTHER BROWN FFA CBJ, Parliamentary Law Team, Public Speaker, FFA, N.S.F. Summer Science Institute, Science Club, Stinger Staff, Junior Play, Rally C3J, National Poetry Contest Wilmer, Parish Science Fair 645- The long and the short of SHS WILLIAM ROGER BROWN FFA, Wittiest, Cheerleader Clj, Creative Writing Clubg Officer, Library Clubg Officer, 4-I-I Club, President, Class Officer C2 yearsb, Band, Science Clubg Officer, Americanism Seminar, Stinger Staff. MICHAEL JOHN BUTTS Class Officer C2 yearsj, FFA, Offi- cer, Parliamentary Law Team, Basketball 4 years, Captain, Foot- ball, Baseball, Scorekeeper, Rally CSD, Americanism Seminar, Ir. Play, Best-All-Round, 4-H, Parish Science Fair, Stinger staff, Co- Editor. QUINNIE LOU CARRAWAY Band, Officer, Majorette FHA, Officer, Cheerleader, Cutest, Beauty, Most Beautiful CZJ, Annual Staff, Editorial, Class Favorite, Stinger Staff, Homecoming, Christ- mas Queen, Chorus, Jr. Play, Miss Sarepta High, 4-H, Officer. ELSIE LOUISE CASON EDNA LORAINE CHANCE Band UQ, Majorette, Drum Major, Basketball CBJ, Junior Basketball FHA CBJ, Basketball 135, Chorus, 121, FHA MJ, 4-H f3J, Volleyball, Stinger Staff, Feature Editor, 4-H, Stinger Staff: Feature Ediffif. Band Officer, Junior Play, Most Junior Play, Athletic. MARGARET ANN CLARK Girls' State, State Supervisor of Public Funds, Band QSJ, Librarian, Officer CZQ, Head Drum Majorette, Ass't. Drum Major, FHA, Officer, Student Council, Student Body Vice-Pres. f2J, Hornet Staff Edi- torial, Rally, Class Pres. CZJ, Ir. Play, Most Intelligent, Home- coming, Basketball Scorekeeper, Stinger Staff. Christmas, 1962 Douglas Lloyd and Gloria Prather CAROLYN JANICE COUNCIL FHA f5J, Stinger Staff, Basketball Clj, Junior Basketball fly, Junior Play. D DONALD WAYNE DUKE 4-H, Football f4J, Co-Captain FFA 131, Science Club, Stinger Staff, FFA Vice-Pres. , Junior Play, Track, FHA Beau. Happy Day for Seniors GARY LYNN FRAZIER DOUGLAS VERNON LLOYD FFA f3J, L. B. A. Representative, Dairy Cattle Judging Team, Junior Play Props, Band fly, Stinger Staff. SHARON LAVON MCCROSKEY Band 145, Officer f2J, Sweetheart FHA f4J, Reporter, Class Officer, Stinger Staff Co-Editor, Girls' State Alternate, Jr, Play, Senior Class Favorite, FHA Leadership Camp. And they told me this was the only one of its kind." RQ SHERMAN ELBERT MATTHEWS FFA, Annual staff 131, Co-Editor Annual staff 111, Student Council 121, Student Body President, Foot- ball 131, Track 141, Band 141, Literary Rally 121, Science Club, Science Fair, National Poetry and Essay Contest Winner 121, Baseball, Stinger Staff, Junior Play, Mr. School Spirit. GLORIA JEAN PRATHER LOIS ROHRBACHER FRANCES MASK FHA 151, Stinger Staff 111. FHA, Beauty 111, Homecoming Best Citizen, FHA, FHA Officer, Court, Wittiest, Most Flirtations, Class Favorite, Basketball 121, 4-H Stinger Staff, Fair Princess, Home- Stinger staff, Junior Play. coming Queen, Cheerleader, Jun- ior Play. BOBBY WAYNE SLACK CHARLETTE FAYE WEEMS FFA QD, Class Officer 4-11, Sci- Stinger Staff, Class Favorite, ence Club, Jr, Track and Basket- Chorus, Junior Basketball, Jr. Bas- ball, Football f4J, Captain, ketball Scorekeeper, Junior Play, Stinger Staff, Junior Play, Base- FHA 153, Class Officer. ball CSJ, Track Manager. RONALD RAY WEEMS FFA C3J, Officer, State Youth Camp f2J, Parliamentary Law Team 123, Cattle Judging Team CQJ, Track f4j, All-Dist. f2J, Co- Captain, Basketball f4j, All-Dist. Captain, Baseball f3J, Stinger Staff, Hornet Staff f3j, Sports Edi- tor, Editor-in-Chief, Parish Sci- ence Fair CZJ, Rally, Student Council, Science Club, Jr. Play, Class Favorite CZJ, Jr. Class Secre- tary, Pres. of Sr. Class, Boys' State, Outstanding District Attor- ney, Outstanding Delegate, Fourth Dist. , Most Athletic. SENIOR CLASS FAVORITES Sharon McCroskey and Ronnie Weems Baby Beautiful Pictures Guess W6 W110 Are! Classes "I hope we shall never forget that we created this nation, not to serve ourselves, but to serve man- kind? - Woodrow Wilson as - S fi F C SS 1 Si Y S E. USE il M, hmmm. Howard Beaty Gerald Brumley Carolyn Denmon Ricky Andrews Juniors Mary Balentine John Baughman Thomas Ray Brown President --------------- STEVEN DENMON Shimon Vice-President ----- - - - GERALD BRUMLEY Bun Secretary-Treasurer - - ----- PATTIE MCGUIRE Steven Reporter ------ - - CATHLEEN WOLFE Denmon Marvin Janet James Jimmy Charles Corley Dauphin Dean Tommy' D elbert Jimmy Bill FOSIS1' Fuller Fuller Haynes FAVORITES: Linda Mitchell and Steve Denmon Kay Leonard, Pattie McGuire, Linda Kaye Mitchell, Sylvia Mitchell, Leland Morgan, Nancy New, Peggy Norment, Kenneth Odom, Margie Perkins, Fred Smith, Linda Kaye Turner, Mildred Fay Watford, Donnie Weems, Cathleen Wolfe. Donnie Howard Connie Ketchum Steve Lancaster .ii IJ fxw CLASS FAVORITES Ann Frazier Larry Stiles ophomores Freeman Boone Murrel Brumley James Charnlee John Sidney Charles Sandra Council Ronny Crowe Patricia Edgemon Dianne Elkins Linda Fesrervan Ann Frazier Donald Ray Hendricks Garlen Neely Patsy Norment Royce Prather Jimmy Rice Danny Silces Larry Stiles Elaine White Mary Louise White R 'ar- tif" CLASS OFFICERS: Gary Johnson, President, David Huckaby, Secretary- Treasurer, James Chamblee, Vice-President, Murrell Brumley, Reporter David Huckaby Patsy Hughes Gary Johnson Freshmen Iabo Alford Jerry Baughman Pres. Arthur Denmon, Vice Pres. Rawford Benson, Sec. Minnie Kay Rist, Treas. Barbara Lancaster. Rawford Benson, Valera Boone, Donna Bradley, Lawanna Branton, Mary Carter, Donna Cason, Jimmy Cham- bless, Dianne Chance, Iernmie Cochran, Betty Coile, Vera Collins, Danny Dean, Ruthie Dean, Arthur Denrnon Glenn Dickson, Roger Eddy, LaNell Garza, Sharon Gosdin, Beverly Gray, Daniel Groves, Barbara Hatfield. Barbara Johnston Larry Ketchum Barbara Lancaster Linda Lowry CLASS FAVORITES: Beverley Gray Glenn Dickson Shirley Lloyd, Glenn McCann, Patricia Mask, Dale Matthews, Richard Merritt, Dianne Moore, Jerry Norment, Glen Page, Joyce Price, Minnie Kay Rist, Danny Slack, Curtis Smith, Sue Sprawls, Charles Strong, Gary Thomas Gerald Thompson, Oudia Thompson, Johnny Trichel, Sue Trichel, Billie Ruth Waggener, Mary Elizabeth White. 1 ,ex 1 nr! in, 'cr-'Q 2:1 5 fm..-mf cavities 'Hem M Tenure marciworl-:ing Annum 'Waff' Run-Murphyw Owing THE B21 N Elementary "The winning of freedom is not to be compared to the winning of a game - with the victory re- corded forever in history. Freedom has its life in the hearts, the actions, the spirit of men and so it must be daily earned and refreshed . . . " Dwight D. Eisenhower Eighth Grade FAVORITES, Charlotte Robinson OFFICERS: Eva Joye Foster, Pres. g Larry Bryant, Vice Pres Don Easterung Larry Butts, Sec. -Treas, g Mary Ann Ellzey Re porter. Pamela Allen Danny Brown Larry Bryant Larry Butts Linda Carter Brenda Chambless Jeannette Chance Glynn Coile Judy Collins Mack Cox Patricia Coyle Robert Denmon Don Easterling Mary Ann Ellzey Beverly Festervan Brenda Fields Eva Joye Foster James Giddings Johnny Griffin Allen Hammonds James Hughes Connie McCann Wayne McCann Morris W. McClary Buckie New Kirby Odom Dorothy Pauley Nancy Phillips Charlotte Robinson Inita Thompson Jimmy Warford Mildred Winn Jeannie Wright Lois Wright Nelda Alford Rodney Avera Kay Baleutine Margaret Boone Anita Branton Rosemary Brown Carolyn Charles Steve Crowe Linda Duck Eddie Duncan Mark Ellzey Dianne Evans Monica Foster Patty Gosnell Vickie Gray Teresa Green Seventh Grade Judy Hough John Jarvis Vickie Jones Gary Leonard Earnestine Lowery Judy Maxwell Kathy McClary Marsha McCroskey Beth Miller Ruby New Jennie Mae Parker Patricia Price Dianne Sikes Sandra Teutch Sherry Waddey Betty Waggoner Gary Joe Fuller Betty Ruth Garza Janet Groves Sheila Jones Sheila Lee Harvey McCann Rita Merritt Lynn Myers Steve Newsom James O'Glee Connie Joe Teutsch Martha Sue Weems Joette West Evelyn White Gerry Dale Wolfe Sixth Grade Jay Balentine Carolyn Beaty Louise Bissell Ricky Butts Larry Cardwell Katie Carter Pamela Cave Margie Chance Johnny Cook Marlene Dean Jerry Denmon Sandra Elkins Ioan Evans Minerva Foster Julianne Foster Betty Jo Adkins Pamela Black Deborah Bradley Sharon Conner Katie Cox Kathy Cross Glenn Crumpler Rosemary Duncan Dickie Foster Sidney Foster Delton Hanson Linda Hanson Fifth Grade James Hood Patricia Love Kathy Matlock Rita McClure Lynn Osborn Randy Sikes Patsy Thomas Renea Waggoner Wayne Weems Randy West Dixie Wright Buddy Miller Donnie Odom Sandra Stiles Dorothy Wright Robin Avera Kathryn Britton Marie Brown Linda Cook Betty Io Day Paula Eddy Nancy Edwards Joanne Evans Carolyn Grappe Rebecca Haynes Robert Hefner Michael Hendrick' Fifth Grade Mike Jones Ricky Ketchum Teresa Lancaster Marie Lowrey Rickey McCann Michael McGuire 4u. N "Val David Anderson Judy Balentine Barbara Ballance Mike Baughman James Beaty Vickie Benson Carolyn Boone Kathy Brown Debra Carr Jimmie Chance Carol Conner Steve Denmon David Dickson Tommy Eddy David Ellezy Danny Garza Donnie Garza Donald Giddings Donna Gibbs Larry Gosdin Deborah Gosnel Mike Holley Sharon Jarvis Gary Kendricks Deborah May Sue Morgan Sherry Newson Gary Pope Ronny Price Linda Smart Deborah Umphries Bobbye White Gail Johnson Robert Jones Ricky Leonard Barbara Love Dennis Maxwell Lawana McClure David Miers Laten Osborne Randy Rice Linda Robinson Ricky Thornton Ronnie Thurmon Gary Warford Alton Wright David Young Third Grade Gregory Black Janie Bum David Carraway Theresa Coyle Johnny Dean Tom Denmon Ruth Duck Kathy Elkins Donald Foster Brenda Fuller Charles Grappe Carolyn Grappe Marilyn Gray Ross Hinkie Betty Hood Paula Allen Louise Chance Vickie Coile Jerry Cook Diane Easterling Alicia Ivy Marilyn Leonard Gerald Lewis Steven Lloyd Frances Neely Ruthie New Micheal Summer Third Grade First Grade Micheal l-linkie Kim Johnson Brenda Gail Ketchum Deborh Miers Sylvia Newsom Russ Thornton Kernberly Waggener Gilbert Palmer Second Grade Steve Foster Russell Holley Mary Virginia Dean Jones Susan Lancaster William Lee Deborah Lewis Marsha Neely Lee O'Glee Paula Palmer David Payne Douglas Umphries Donna Kaye White Hershel White Kathy Benson Beverly Branton David Burroughs Randy Cave Ellen Conner Jeanette Dean Charles Elkins Hunter .,J C FiI'St Grade Renee Andrews Linda Carpenter Tommy Charles Susan Colbert Cathy Day Charlotte Elkins Patsy Friday Eddie Funderburg John Gibbs, Ir. Annette Gosdin Karen Groves Dennis Hackler Roger Haynes Tony Hendricks Marvin Hough Preston Howard Marilyn Hughes Elizabeth Mask Brenda Merritt Randy Pickard Steven Pickard Michael Pope Johnny Stamper Cindy Tripp Elementary Classes G0 FROM STUDY TO POPSICLES TO LIBRARY TO SPEEDBALL TO PLAY AND MORE STUDY Favorites "Democracy is . . . the recurrent suspicion that more than half of the people are right more than half of the time . . . an idea which hasn't been disproved yet . . . " ' E. B. White CQ Mr. and Miss Sarepta High QUINNIE CARRAWAY DONALD DUKE M ,L ,MTLV y Most Beautiful ., Mmm Lv Q- ' f ' - . ,A,, , A ,,:,1g . 5 , 2 X Q? 5, rlzifisw g s 1, . 1 fiizrwfa , I QUINNIE CARRAWAY 'W 2 5 3 2 1 1 W 1 1 H... , Sl? iimi S EWE EVSEZSS R 3235? f '4rl'fmws--fmYislffiifsffgiffl-'iii-'iii-4l??:f2' .iw - f , - . 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V, ,..., W, 3 , . , 11 M- lf: :Qi ze, 44QSef?aswEfMzz2fg1f,'i1 wf51,1b5:f'L.sf, H fu W mm :i E99 ifitli5H!91i:i1lu5 ' 5,2ufgs'zzfWlq,,,,E LSSETQXKQSQ mils? 1-'f' " fqmmz :rw 7, L, ,sb ,, A ,ziiw -1 . 1 J Most Hand ome DONALD DUKE S 3 .wi ,- mfsiwmffw' "W 'Wi'mfilmgiimmiWQfW5i9SiW33x2bEE'FS5i'?W5W?3LSai: i3693352HWSEXWQ15225A:JWx?53'FsiEi3??h41?i?"51fM-'LPM SliiiiifiicilikwzwQiylyi-ffif: 4 PARISH FAIR QUEEN - LOIS ROHRBACHER I LL' CHRISTMAS QUEEN - KAY LEONARD MOST POPULAR Lois Rohrbacher Donald Duke wYA55 N5QHS5 E3J3 MOST INTELLECTUAL Patty McGuire fmovedj CNO Picturey Margaret Ann Clark John Baughrnan MOST ATHLETIC Louise Cason Ronnie Weems CAMPUS CLOWNS Linda Mitchell Tom Brown MR. and MISS SCHOOL SPIRIT Frances Mask Sherman Matthews BEST ALL-ROUND Sylvia Mitchell Michael Butts ' !i ,,,.. I W 4" ll I ,iL59': iff r ci' ff! l 4 j ,Agfa at 1 fl ,R .2 ' Q 3, V if M ill I4 -8 wi Ze., .fu gk, Q gg l ii41fK,f' f 53' ffl 5 V. , S. 1?lik?EO.f,1. v I 'Q 'Q . s if A ,Q 'j Lfiif 'll ii, 0 4 IAS. Hp , fs WWI s, H' as 'elf ' o N-J Y li' f rgy' Y wi? C C O A , V 5 N lm 4' . . ,A,: lt'f3,, lr' lr. it .fur n Act1V1t1eS The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem . . .N Walt Whitman Q fist if H53 3-E Q x - 5? 9? D ve Homecoming Attendants greet the crowd: or T Quinnie Carraway, Patricia Edgernon, Kay Leonard, and Linda Turner Homecoming 1962 Queen Lois Rohrbacher receives her crown from Mr. Murphy. Football Sweetheart Mildred Warford is presented flowers by Coach Stiles. D I I PATRICIA EDGEMON SHERMAN MATTHEWS 'vdipwf Court Attendants KAY LEON ARD DEBBIE FULLER fu.. 4-' Pelican Boys, and Girls' State MARGARET ANN CLARK RONALD RAY WEEMS State Supervisor of Public Funds Outstanding District Attorney BATON ROUGE Presentation of Award Wiley-Peevy Post of American Outstanding Boys' Stater Legion representatives: Ronnie RONNLE WEEMS and MAJOR DePINGRE Major DePingre, I. B. Smith. tudent Council Mrs. Zula Avera, sponsor, Murre1Brum1ey, pariiamentarian, Margaret Ann Clark, vice-president, Sherman Matthews, president, Patricia Edgemon, secretary-treasurer, Ronnie Weems, Miss Marjorie Jameson, sponsor, Rawford Benson, Barbara Lancaster, Kay Leonard, James Chamlee, Connie Ketchum Donnie Howard, Sue Sprawls 5 Y? S W Wm-- , A, f 1 . , , ,,,,d.,,8, ,, 2, - . iii? '- QQ? . .L,,.., fs..L,,4Nf. 7 fw1,ss21fa2mwkg2 , mmQfsz:mw,, f -f A.., i ' al, K, ffm A I M if fx - x X 1 L MBE V M4 qi V ,, iff' ' na. 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THIRD ROW: La Wanna Branton, Judy Hough, Anita Branton, Dianne Evans, Ernestine Lowery, Monica Foster, Jabo Alford, Ruthie Dean, James Dauphin, Gary Thomas, Mildred Winn, Danny Dean, Gary Johnson, Rodney Avera, James Giddings, Danny Slack, Patricia Price, David I-luckaby, Barbara Lan caster, James Chamblee, STANDING: Glynn Coyle, Linda Turner, Kay Balentine, Patty Gosnell, Betty Coyle, Judy Collins, Garlen Neely, Sue Trichel, Glenn Dickson. KNEELINGg LaNell Garza, Donna Cason, Minnie Rist, Louise Cason, Margaret Clark, Quinnie Carraway, Barbara Johnston. FIRST ROW: Pamela Cave, Margie Chance, Joette West, Evelyn White, Linda Joan Evans, Martha Sue Weems SECOND ROW: James O'Glee, Betty Ruth Garza, Marlene Dean, Jerry Denmon, Jay Balentine, Julianne Foster, Minerva Foster, Carolyn Beaty FIRST ROW: Pamela Black, Rita McClure, Dixie Wright, Linda Cook, Nancy Edwards, Robin Avera SECOND ROW: Renea Waggoner, Marie Lowrie, Joanne Evans, Buddy Miller, Ricky McCann Mike Henricks, Paula Ruth Eddy, Sandra Stiles, Donnie Odom, Wayne Weems, Randy West, Deborah Bradley THIRD ROW: Marie Brown, Patsy Thomas, Rebecca Haynes, Kathy Cross, Linda Hansen, Sidney Foster, James Hood, Lynn Osborne, Betty Jo Adkins, Michael McGuire The 'finger Staff A little warily, members of THE SCIENCE CLUB look over some of their trophies. Michael Butts - President Gary Johnson - Vice-President, Pattie McGuire - Secretary-Treasurer, Billy Brown - Reporter, gear Song Leader - Quinnie Carraway Parliarnentarian - Mary Louise White Vice-President and Parish Historian - Cathleen Wolfe Historian - Mildred Warford President - Frances Mask Treasurer - Pattie McGuire Secretarv - Marjorie Perkins Reporter - Mary Balentine W Y 4' Q5 NEW W Q0 I 0,07 if f f iff, E211 Q A 9: -I 4? og xo 0 o YK ELISHBETH MASK Little Sister F.H.A x DONALD DUKE F. H. A. Beau Q' :FN l 3 Ntuxn THE NATIONAL 3 .L STUDYING vOcArIONAI. ORGANIZATION FOR BOYS "-...sf AGRICULTURE F. F, A, Officers with one Of the finest steers at the fair OFFICERS Reporter JIMMY FULLER Sentinel DELBERT FULLER Vice -President DONALD DU KE Treasurer HOWARD BEATY Secretary GARY JOHNSON President GERALD BRUMLEY 114-H Club Library Aides Sandra Council Patsy Hughes Margie Perkins Nancy New National Essay and Poetry Winners Royce Prather Garlan Nealy Elaine White Steve Lancaster Gary Johnson Sherman Matthews Mx , rm Junior Cheerleaders KNEELING: Ruthie Dean, LaWana Branton STANDING: Patricia Coyle, Donna Bradley, Minnie Kay Rist . Pep Squad FRONT ROW: Vickie Jones, Minerva Foster, Carolyn Beaty, Julianne Foster, Martha Sue Weems, Janet Groves SECOND ROWQ Nancy Phillips, Joan Evans, Marlene Dean, Dianne Sikes, Pam Allen, Betty Ruth Garza THIRD ROW: Joette West, Rosemary Brown, Kathy McClary, Sandra Elkins, Beth Miller, Patty Gosnell - CHARLOTTE GRAPPE Cheerleaders 1962 LINDA TURNER MILDRED WARFORD PATRICIA EDGEMON SYLVIA MITCHELL LOIS ROHRBACHER Pyramids like this are all in the day's work for the girls' tumbling classes at Sarepta High. Such scenes serve to empha- size the increased interest in the girls' physical education department. Athletics Seniors Michael Butts and Ronnie Weems sparked the Hornets to their most successful basketball season in several years with Michael scoring over 1000 points by Febru- ary 5 and Ronnie not far behind him. Gerald Brumley, Donnie Weems, Gary Johnson, Fred Smith, David Huckahy, Michael Butts, Steve Denmon Leland Morgan, Howard Beary, Ronnie Weems, Tommy Foster, James Dauphin, Coach Harold Newsom. Mike dunks one in , , , The Hornets in a scrimmage session. l 2 I "NSY - .. N X me .Z Qs! M3 1 3 j ., A 'fl E 3 Ei I My W 1 ,- Ju, 'Twig . 5J,.f35g f' HB 3 ,,,. ,, 2 . , X SQ K 1 X " K im ' ' K K 1: ' lgp.fgM-Afgf1?iL Q, , ,V , ,, W1 V 6 V-wQwf3l'5?51fw., ,uf ' '- -H . ,Wig ffif-J' " M2 11v2wf'Qw4E.m1, sm in 5, 7 fw N X,-Vfafwgwmf-wi ' . A '- '- ' , 115: - , .mu .. 4, .V 1 f ' ' V x--if354'1 M, X ,, 'Hun S. ya 555 Si Q W , Xfx A iff , M K Q COACH STILES COACH LOTT 1962 Hornets PLAYERS FIRST ROW: Donald Ray Hendricks, Donnie Howard, Danny Sikes, Sherman Mattews, Bobby Slack, Gerald Brumley, Donnie Weems, Murrel Brumley, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Rice SECOND ROW: Coach,Stiles, Jerry Norment, Howard Beaty, Bill Haynes, Donald Duke Steve Denmon, Debbie Fuller, Jimmy Fuller, Larry Stiles, Kenneth Odom, Coach Lott A typical tackle by Sherman Mattews BOBBY SLACK ' S91'1i01' SHERVIAN MATTHEWS DONALD DUKE - 3 years Captain-4 YS-HIS Senior-Halfback-3 years Senior-Co-Captain It takes a -'- .M lot of this, mf? and this, to play a good game! Donnie Weems tries a charge thxough the Wildcats E r Q Hornets enter the field Hold it, everybody! Sherman Matthews, Ronnie Weems, Gerald Brumley, Howard Beaty, Coach Stiles, Jimmie Fuller. Much of the success of the track team which competed in several events in state, was due to the graduating VARSITY RELAY TEAM Ronnie Weems, Howard Beaty, Jimmie Fuller, Sherman Matthews. Ronnie Weems displays some of the fine form which helped him win District 1-B 440-yard dash for the last two years. He has also placed in state competition two years. 1962 VARSITY TRACK TEAM Seniors of 1962: Billy Odom, Junior Mullins, Jimmy White, Kirby Watford. STANDING: Coach Lot, Danny Slack, Carroll Alford, Charles Strong, Glenn Dickson, Arthur Denmon, Roger Dale Eddy. SECOND ROW: Steve Newsom, Johnny Griffin, Mack Lester Cox, Steve Crow, Kirby Odom, Larry Bryant, Robert Denmon. Daily sessions like these help build athletes for the future. .-31 M PY rf-14 ' , ' r ' . 1 it 41 ' , fl K 4 G Q r F NSN X Q 2 Q e sg ig i xi ' My ifivi-wt . 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Y .. ,, f A,v ,.,., 4 J 1 1 Randy West, Steve Crowe, Robert Denmon, Johnny Cook, John Jarvis, Gary Fuller, Micheal Sumner, Rawford Benson, Morris Wayne McClary, Jimmy Chambles, Jabo Alford, Eddie Duncan, Kirby Odom, Larry Bryant, Dale Matthews, John Short, Danny Dean, Coach Lott, Glen Dickson, Arthur Denmon, Jimmy Warford. 9 is 3 Ii .Q Q John Sidney Charles, Murrel Brumley, Danny Sikes, Larry Bryant, Kirby Odom, Roger Eddy, Danny Dean, Dale Matthews, Larry Stiles, Jabo Alford, Jimmy Rice, Coach Stiles. K fx M Q2 fe 1 3 e. A 5? 5 s S E 2 Q Q 5 Q 3 w fa 3 5 5 Q 'sf w, ,gf Aenfyaw f , "'. W We Advemsers , HWhere liberfy dwells, there. is my country." I Benjamin Franklin I pf W -, vb ' "' Compliments of DAIRY QUEEN Springhill, Louisiana VAUGHAN SERVICE STATION 601 Main St. Springhill, La Parade Gas and Oil Your Friendly Esso Distributor Tires, Tubes, Batteries HARMON TINSLEY-CRANE offers excellent service to LaWana and Leland Come Visit Us SPENCE AUTO PARTS 224 South Main Springhill, La. Phone 539-3539 5 12 Coyle Compliments of CULLEN DRUG Avenue Cullen, La. Phone 539 -2586 Y X, ,xt ..,,.,,, ' 2:-:.g.5:::::5:f:g.f ' : :,:,:,:.::g:::::3:g:g::q:::::-:1g1g:3:3:-'-' ""r'?f1f:2:5:5::. , .fJf::':1'1""' if 1 111 hls class F'rst ' I 1 - Ditto. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Minden, La, Sarepta High Students Like to Shop at WINHAM'S SU PERMARKET Phone 847-3551 Sarepta and Plain Dealing, Louisiana Cornplirnents of WILLIE MACK DEPT. STORE Best Wishes to the Seniors PIGGLY WIGGLY The Original Self Service "Springhill's Finest and Largest Store" and Your Friendly Grocer Phone 539 -43 1 1 Main at Legon S . .1 L . . Prmghl 1 Omslana Springhill Louisiana BLANCHARD'S HACK'S COIN LAUNDRY "Store for Men and Boys" 216 North Main Phone 539-3014 Springhill Louisiana Springhill Louisiana SAREPTA LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY offers many useful products for Sarepta High students, like Char- lette and Tom, and their families, Compliments of MIDWAY GROCERY Sarepta, Louisiana Congratulations From HARPER'S TEXACO Sarepta., Louisiana SAREPTA BARBER SHOP HENRY OWJLEE, Baiber Sarepta, Louisiana Compliments of 905 MOBIL SERVICENTER AND LAUNDERETTE Phone 847 -2 16 1 Sarepta, Louisiana Appliances "Special Orders" Furniture CRESTWOOD FURNITURE COMPANY "Where Quality Is Higher Than Price" 222 North Main - Phone 539-2666 Springhill, Louisiana Three Seniors Express Their Pride in: SAREPTA BRANCH Minden Bank 8: Trust Co. JOHNNY PAXTON, Manager Member F, D, I, C, Phone 847-3421 Complime nts of MOB'-EY GLASS Co- TENNYSON REXALL DRUG O0 2 ' Ph 53 -3482 3 lf Maln one 9 Springhill, Louisiana S ' h'll, L ' ' , prmg 1 Oulslana Serving Your Every Drug Need Auto Glass - Mirrors - Window Glass Service for the Sick STERLING STORE H 8. B DRUG, INC. Springhill's Complete Variety Store Phone 539-2419 Springhill, Louisiana A, C. I-IIGGINBOTHAM, Reg. Ph, Phone 539-4713 Compliments of MATTHEWS GULF SERVICE Cotton Valley, Louisiana "The Station with the Friendly Smile" I I Compliments of I WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE A, J. PRICE, JR., Owner Springhill's Leading Auto Accessory and Sporting Goods Store 123 N. Main Springhill, La, I 1 Phone 539-2616 Congratulations Seniors I I SEW AND SAVE 1 at 1 SHURTLEFF'S ' 223 N. Main Springhill, La, I I Phone 539-3710 Compliments of PICK 8. PAY GROCERY 408 S. Main Springhill, La, Phone 539 -2025 Congratulations , Seniors HAYNES INSURANCE AGENCY REAL ESTATE 8: AUTO FINANCING 104 N. Main Springhill, La. Phone 539-3912 D, YYY---D-.. -v ---'V -vw Time Enough to Know You--- CITIZENS BANK gl TRUST COMPANY 106 S. Main Springhill, La. I Member F,D,,I,C, I CONGRATU LATIONS, SARE PTA SENIORS SPRINGHILL NEW CAR DEALERS Hughes Buick Co. Springhill Motor Co. Branch Bros. Motor Co. , Inc. Compliments of Best Wishes From CURTIS BROS. VALU-MART JOE FREEMAN C mplete Food Market - Feed Store Cullen, Louisiana P'O. BOX 537 Phone 539-5166 Springhill, Louisiana Phone 539-5313 Congratulations From Compliments of . D. HAMMONTREE MIDWAY ALFORD TEXACO STATION GROCERY AND STATION Springhill, Louisiana Phone 847 -3092 Phone 539-4866 Sarepta, Louisiana HODGES SHOPPING CENTER Springhill, Louisiana Phone 539 -40 15 "We carry a complete line of groceries dry goods, and sporting goods. Come see us soon." Your One Stop Shopping Center Compliments of BRYAN SHOE STORE BEALLS DEP STORE Springhill' La' , T' . Phone 539-3915 Clothing and Shoes for the Entire Family Compliments of RCA GE B. AND S. SUPPLY, INC. Full Line G. E, Appliances - RCA Television and Stereo, Johnson Outboard Marine Supplies - Cushman Scooter Browning Shotguns - Power Mowers Springhill, Louisiana Rawlings Sporting Goods MCLAREN BARBER SHOP Complete Service De partme nt MERCURYGAS CO. Springhill, Louisiana Springhill, Louisiana Phone 539-3565 NEW SAREPTA BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 A, M, Evening Service 7 PM Sunday School 9:45 A, M, Training Union 6 PM Pastor, J, SCOTT TURNER Cornplirnents of S TAT E FA R M WONDER POTATO CHIPS IN S U R A N C E0 Cookies and Other Fine Products STATE FARM INSURANCE RICHARD JENKINS TEXACO CIRCLE SERVICE P, O, Box 594 Cullen, Louisiana 101 Reynolds St. Springhill, La. Phone 539-5412 Phone 539-5211 ' DAIRY PRODUCTS INC E IIOSIBLEY ROAD MINDEN,LOUISIANA gyzfywy-ru: MILK wlru ALL THE Exrnns Compliments of BOUCHER AND SLACK INSURANCE AGENCY BAILEY MORTUARIES "With Syrnpathy We Serve" For Service You May Use the Funeral Home of Your Choice BAILEY MORTUARIES Springhill - Haynesville - Magnolia - Cotton Valley - Plain Dealing 304 lst N. W. Camden, Arkansas Owner - R. A. BAILEY I I V v I I V WEST'S Home of Better Values is visited often by Sarepta High Students like Sylvia, David, and Connie. I ' c 1 s QXVQING MA 7:59 ongratu ations to eniors ,S-2. - I I Q' P 410 FTOIT1 mllvlwllllw if Your Photographer or CSS? ir?- I ' WEBSTER BUILDERS SUPPLY, I WALDEN'S INC. Everything for the Builder 117 North Main Springhill, La. Phone 539-2539 Phone 539-3571 Springhill, L W ff ' ' ,wwff JW Q M W A 4pff2!PZ05ff4,,y'!?5fg!f off !! Aj' ffwvfffgfd ' J W WW if ff f ZCXZM, K ' fy , J-' 726' V4!!4!!4dZ! 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1963, pg 85

Sarepta High School - Hornet Yearbook (Sarepta, LA) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 25

1963, pg 25

Sarepta High School - Hornet Yearbook (Sarepta, LA) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 88

1963, pg 88

Sarepta High School - Hornet Yearbook (Sarepta, LA) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 24

1963, pg 24

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