Springhill High School - Lumberjack Yearbook (Springhill, LA)
- Class of 1966
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SPRINGHILL HIGH SCHOOL
Gary Pool, Editor Janis Nations, Assistant Editor
Russell Burnham, Business Manager
August 31, 1965 V
Springhill High School
Arkansas at Church Street
Springhill, Louisiana A
traditional ring of the school bell.
official beginning of the 1965-1966 school
NEW YEAR FOR OLD TRADITIONS"
'66 Seniors Treasure Center Aisle
The seniors slipped jubilantly into their auditori-
um seats on the "left-frontf, They had only moved
across the aisle, but their progress heralded the year
to march down that aisle. A small change! "But oh!
the difference to themf,
Their exuberance spread to the juniors and the
sophomores. The freshmen, as excited about begin-
ing a high school career as the seniors were at fin-
ishing one, caught the spirit.
Mr. Ed Olive, acting principal, welcomed the stu-
dents. The theme of his speech was "A New Year-
A Changef, He announced a new acting assistant
principal, former science teacher, Mr. Hastings
Merritt, and a new secretary, Mrs. Virginia Waters.
He introduced 7 new faculty members.
The student body adjusted quickly to the school
life routine. Spirit and study united to begin '66 A
NEW YEAR FOR OLD TRADITIONS
THE AXETTES-LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Cathy Bishop, Patricia Flournoy, Donna Nichols SECOND ROW, Patty Quina, Barbara Mize, Elaine
Sanders, Cheryl Meyers, Gwen Wynn, Linda Robertson. THIRD ROW: Ann Craig, Rita Kay McDonald, Margie Smigiel, Stephanie Lineberry, Claudia
Quina, Pam Kersh, Gayle Craigi FOURTH ROW: Elaine Lineherry, Cathy Cadenhead Sherry Hughes, Brenda Gryder, Vicki Cardwell, Cynthia Williams.
New Clubs Join the Traditional Ones
New organizations joined the S. H. S. roll of activities.
The Quill and Scroll, International Journalism Honor
Society, and The Spanish National Honor Society were
initiated, The Radio Club held its first meeting. The Pep
Squad organized a drill group, The Axettes, to perform
at half time during basketball season. A Boys' Chorus,
under the direction of Mrs. Maxine Pender, entertained
students in the Christmas assembly.
The new clubs joined the regular ones in doing their
traditionally excellent Work in '66-A NEW YEAR FOR
Superintendent of Webster Parish Schools, Mr. R. O. Machen, Vickie Cardwell,
program chairman, Mrs. Jane Tidwell, sponsor, and Mr. Ed Olive, principal,
were responsible for the success of the District' Future Teachers meeting held
at S H S last fall.
Coach Ted Souter, Nancy Smith, and Harold Modisette enjoy
refreshments at the stadium at an informal reception given
by the cheerleaders after the game.
SHS Hosts Social
Social occasions occurred more often at S H S in '66
-A NEW YEAR FOR OLD TRADITIONS.
Open house was held for the football players, their
dates, and their parents after Lumberjack home games.
Open house was held by the student council in the
office lobby for faculty, alumni, and friends during all
schoolhours on the day of Homecoming.
Parents were honored at receptions after the National
Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society
The student council held a tea for Mrs. Paul Hildreth,
from Shreveport, after she gave a book review in
The pep squad invited students and faculty members
to be their guests after the Minden basketball game.
Traditionally S H S honored the parents of the Lum-
berjacks in pre-game ceremonies before the Springhill-
Menard Homecoming game.
The band and pep squad spelled Mom and Dad as a background
for the special appreciation ceremonies for the parents of the
football players. Yellow chrysanthemum corsages were presented
to the mothers by the cheerleaders.
Decorations appeared at SHS in '66. In addition
to the traditionally decorated doors, 2 Christmas
trees appeared in each hall way. These trees were
a National Honor Society innovation.
Colorful decorations appeared in the cafeteria.
Each week a different club was responsible for dec-
orating. The Spanish Club set pace for others to
Enhancing the upper hall was the student coun-
cil's new 9 foot long bulletin board to be used for
their calendar of events, which they post monthly.
A new vibrance resulted from all the "first-time"
events. Spirit reached an all-time high. The Spring-
hill-Jesuit game will be remembered as a traditional
standard of what can be accomplished by outstand-
ing team effort.
Tradition has always been an important part of
school life at SHS. This year it continued to be. We
kept the old but we added the new. The result was
a successful one. 766 A New Year for Old Traditions
will he remembered as a good one.
Honoree Coach Travis Farrar
ln 766 we honor a person who is to us a symbol
He is modern in his thinking, but he is old
fashioned in his morals.
He seems a stern figure on first appearance but he
becomes a warm person when he is known.
He is a serious man at Work, a mischievous one
He is demanding of effort and appreciative of
He led us to our greatest moment this year when
his spirit and leadership called forth our best effort.
We honor in-'66-a man who knows the value
of winning and the humility of losing-
COACH TRAVIS FARRAR
Mrs. Janet C. Stephenson-Guidance
Counselor-BA Centenary College-
M. Ed. Northwestern State College-
member of the Business and Profes-
sional Womenis Club-is in her SHS
office on Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday of each week.
Mr. Hastings C. Merritt-Assistant
Principal-BS La. Tech-MEd Univer-
sity of Mississippi-former SHS sci-
ence teacher-is in charge of school
discipline and maintenance-gives un-
selfishly of himself-expects the same
F urnishes Guidance
Mrs. Virginia Waters-secretary-
new in her position this year-a long
time friend of SHS-interested in all
youth and their activities.
Mr. Ed Clive
BA Louisiana Tech-
M Ed Louisiana State Uni-
versity-Former a s s i s t a n t
principal-toured West Point
Academy this Winter with oth-
er Louisiana educators
A New Year for
Faculty and Curriculum 10
The SHS faculty realizes that the student is the
true center of the educational process. They teach
pupils, not subjects. ln a professional and ethical
mariner, they satisfy the basic want of "someone
to make us do the things we can do."
Teachers Work closely with students in an at-
mosphere conducive to learning. Clean, comfortable
class rooms and modern equipment lead to active
participation in a laboratory, independent study
in a class room, lectures and discussions, and solu-
tions to math problems. All areas of knowledge
are made interesting.
The curriculum is based on the philosophy that
the years a student spends in school are to prepare
him to take his place in a changing world. Teachers
strive 'to make pupils aware of the ideals of democ-
racy. They encourage students to accept responsi-
bilities and to meet the obligations of an adult
The curriculum includes the teaching of skills
which will lead to further educational training. It
also includes subjects which will prepare a student
to enter the business of industrial world after high
school graduation. SHS accepts its responsibility for
developing each individual to his fullest potential.
English Department Has 6 Teachers
Works Closely With the Librarian
MRS. DOROTHY F. BRANCH-English IV-B.A. Cen-
tenary College-Senior Class Sponsor-Lumberjack Staff
advisor-parliamentarian of Nu chapter of Delta Kappa
Gamma-program committee of the Webster Parish Chap-
ter of the L.C,T.E.
MRS. BARBARA B. DEAN-English I-B.S. Louisiana
State University-Freshman Class Sponsor-co-sponsor of
The National Honor Society.
MRS. ELUIDA FLANAKIN-English III-B.A. Northwest-
ern State College-Junior Class Sponsor-Student Council
advisor-eo-sponsor of the Future Teachers-president of
Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma-member of Kappa
Kappa Iota-program chairman of the L.C.T.E.
MRS. DOROTHY B. JONES-English III and IV-B.A.
Mississippi State College for Womenf-Senior Class Spon-
sor-co-sponsor of The National Honor Society-president
of the parish L.C.T.E.-member of Delta Kappa Gamma.
MRS. FREIDA S. OLIVE-Librarian-B.S. Northwestern
State College-Senior Class Sponsor-co-sponsor of The
Axe Staff-past treasurer of the Louisiana Association of
MRS. KATHRYN F. ROBERTSON-English II-B.S. Uni-
versity of Southwestern-Sophomore Class Sponsor-co-
sponsor of The National Honor Society-treasurer of the
parish unit of L.C.T.E.-member of Kappa Kappa Iota,
MRS. BESS M. STONE-English I and II-B.A. Louisiana
Tech-co-sponsor of The Axe Staff-Freshman Class Spon-
sor-program committee of the parish L.C.T.E.-chairman
of Committee of Research in Delta Kappa Gamma.
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Mrs, Jones helps her first period English IV class with their "green" English College Placement workbooks. These books
concentrate on the location of error and its correction.
Courses in English Aid All Fields
4 years of English are required of S. H. S. graduates.
27 classes of English are taught, daily by 6 teachers.
New equipment for the department this year included
6 new record players, 30 new dictionaries, and additional
copies of HA Cavalcade of World Writing."
All accelerated students saw "The Rivals" by Sheridan
at La. Tech. A junior group saw '6The Sound of Music"
in Shreveport. A sophomore class visited the trade school
Senior Juanelda Nolan worked with Mrs. Harris
at the Book Fair held last spring.
The Book Fair was held this spring for the second time.
In April, accelerated students presented '4An Evening of
Fine Artsn for the parish English Council.
Classroom work emphasized correct usage, researcn,
comprehension, and creative expression.
A knowledge of English is vital to success in all fields.
Jasper Pittman and Carolyn Smith portray Calpurnia and
Caesar in Mrs. Rohertson's English II class.
MR. W. TOXEY BOWEN-Chemistry and Physics-B A
Centenary-B S Centenary-M.Ed University of Southern
California-Junior Class sponsor-Science Club sponsor
-Webster Parish Junior Academy of Science sponsor-
vice-president of parish L. T. A.
MRS. VICKY R. HINTONfCeneral Science-B.S. La.
Tech-Freshman Class sponsor
MRS. PEGGY MERRITT-Biology and Algebra-B S La.
Tech-M S University of Mississippi-member of Kappa
Kappa Iota-Freshman Class sponsor
MR, 'IAMES TIDWELL-Biology-B S La Tech-Sopho-
more Class sponsor-Future Nurses Club sponsor.
Ronald Keene and Jerry Markham prepare an apparatus
to perform an experiment in chemistry class.
Physics Students Visit NASA
Mr. Bowen, chemistry teacher, and guest speaker discuss
topics of current interest with students.
Flreshman courses in science offer students a basic founda-
t1on for the higher sciences. These students are members
of Mrs. H1nton's class.
Has 4100 Students
The Science Classes supplement text hook Work
with field trips. The physics class went to a space
seminar at Louisiana Tech and visited N A S A
headquarters in Houston, Texas, While biology stu-
dents took a Week-end field trip to identify plant and
animal life in our area. A representative from each
general science class visited a hospital laboratory
and reported to his class.
In the spring, students entered projects in the
Shreveport Science Fair. Last year they won 8
local and LL regional honors.
The chemistry classes saw a motion picture of
research scientists and their quest to improve the
health of mankind. The film was entitled HA Search
With,No Endn. Mr. Danny Scott discussed the
N A S A program with those students enrolled in
general science courses.
The Science Department replenished its old equip-
ment this year. The biology classes. received 6 new
microscopes, while the physics class was issued new
Approximately 400 students are currently enrolled
in the S H S Science Department.
Pat Wolfington and Larry Stone enjoy the conductivity
Physics students, Don Addison, Gary Blanton, Bill Burnett,
and Lester Roan, measure the size of a molecule.
Mr. Manning, Assistant Supervisor, speaks to the student
body on science and its part in your education.
MR. ALTON FRANKLIN-American History and World
History-B S Louisiana College-Junior class sponsor-
assistant football coach-track coach
MR. CHARLES JACKSON-American History-American
Government and Economics-B S Northeast-.lunior class
sponsor-assistant football coach
MR. TED SOUTER-Civics-B S University of Arkansas
-freshman football and basketball coach-varsity end
coach-freshman class sponsor
Civics and American History are required for
graduation. Other subjects which are electives are
World History, American Government, and Eco-
nomics. Students learn of their responsibilities as
citizens, and they explore man's struggles and
achievements through the ages. The courses offer
a study of periods of history ranging from pre-
historic to modern times.
Having completed Coach Franklin's test on the Civil
War, students wait quietly for the bell to ring.
Take Social Studies
Required outside reading, maps, and films aid
classroom study. Current events, reports, research
papers, lectures, and discussion give the student a
better understanding of his world.
500 students are enrolled in social studies classes.
Future politicians, economists, teachers, and foreign
diplomats will come from students Who have ap-
plied themselves in this field.
Mr. Whimpy, sponsored by the H. L. Hunt company
speaks on Americanism to climax the study of anti-com-
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MRS. LELIA HARPER-Algebra H and Senior Arith-
metic-B S Louisiana Tech-Senior Class sponsor-Pi
Delta Math Club sponsor-treasurer of Kappa Kappa Iota
2 Credits in Math Required
MRS. ELBA HAYNES-Algebra I-B S Southern State
-Freshman Class Sponsor-Christian Youth Club sponsor.
Math students may choose 2 courses from General
Math, Algebra l, Algebra II, Geometry, Senior
Arithmetic, Trigonometry, and Advanced Math. Col-
lege bound students should take Algebra I and II,
Geometry and Trig.
Math students had new text books. All math
teachers had received instruction in modern math.
Accelerated geometry students built scale models
of a skew quadrilateral.
Students in Mrs. Haynes' algebra I class were watching
her factor a problem on the board until the photographer
MR. FLOYD SOUTER-General Math-B S.Arkansas
State Teacher's College-Freshman Class Sponsor
MRS. JANE H. TIDWELL-Trigonometry and geometry-
B S Louisiana Tech-Senior Class sponsor-Future Teach-
er's Club sponsor-secretary of the Webster Paris Council,
Teachers of Mathematics
Senior Arithmetic students made a thorough study
of income tax and social security. Uutside speakers
were guests of the class.
Five teachers in the math department used various
methods of instruction to teach their students the
importance of mathematics and its value in the
Careers in architecture, engineering, research, and
teaching await good mathematicians.
Mrs. Peggy Merritt teaches a class in algebra. Her students
are working problems from a mimeograph sheet.
Jim Gayle signs the register as the first president of the
Spanish National Honor Society.
The Banana Sisters, who practice each Thursday afternoon
in the home of Mrs. Bryan, sang for The Spanish National
Honor Society initiation.
MRS. MARGARET BRYAN-Spanish and Civics-B.A.
Northwestern State College-M.A. University of Southern
California-Junior class sponsor-Spanish Club sponsor-
Spanish National Honor Society sponsor-The Banana Sis-
ters sponsor-member of the American Association of
Teachers of Portugal and Spain.
Students Observe Spanish Traditions
The purposes of Spanish I and II are to create
a better understanding among people of different
nations and to stimulate a desire to be able to
talk their language. Working in a pinata decorated
classroom and using a tape recorder and records,
SHS Spanish students so well achieve these purposes
that in both 1964 and 19.65 Spanish l and II stu-
dents have earned lst places at district literary rally.
Students read extra-curricular simplified novels
and newspapers. They study grammar from the text.
They learn conversation by records and tapes. They
sing in Spanish for diversion.
A fun time class project is the observance of the
Spanish New Year tradition of eating one grape for
each month just as the clock strikes the new year.
The number of grapes one can eat without inter-
ruption determines the months of happiness a
Spaniard will have.
Bill Lodge smiles after his election as president of the
Spanish Club. He succeeded .leanii Harrison.
MRS, GLENDA M. TAYLOR-Speech l, Speech ll, and
American Government-BS Louisiana Tech, sophomore
class sponsor-Dramatics Club sponsor-Senior Play Di-
Speech l and Speech II are taught at S.H.S.
Speech I emphasizes public speaking. Debate,
after-dinner speeches, parliamentary law, and round
table discussions are studied.
Speech II students enter the American Legion Ora-
torical Contest. They prepare a 10 to 12 minute
oration on Americanism and Constitution.
Speech II students also study drama. They study
lighting, staging, and applying make-up. They pre-
sented a play for the English classes.
Speech classes provide interesting assembly pro-
On January 27th they presented two melodramas
--"To The Moon" and "The Featherweight Champ."
Two students gave comic readings.
Kenny Wreyford talks to Darlene Scuter on stage. Kenny
had the lead in the play 'LTrue Blue and Trusted".
Donna Myers, Richard Huber, Nancy Weible, Bill Curry,
and Butch Slack are discussing U.S. Forces in Vietnam.
Larry Stone and Skip Wayland read over script for Speech
ll class assembly.
MRS. AUDREY SHAW-Home Economics-B. S. North-
western State College-Sophomore class sponsor-Future
Homemakers Club sponsor
Home Ee Students Learn by Dolng
Carolyn MCKIHHIS Emily Allen .loyce Allen, Cathy Fish,
and Jane Madden make CO0k16S in Home Ec. ll class.
Home Economic student, Frankie Strickland, adds the
finishing touches to her new dress.
Home Economic students have many opportunities
to learn by doing. They hosted the faculty at a
Halloween tea. They helped serve at the National
Honor Society and The Spanish National Honor
Society receptions. They baked cookies for an Min
service" teacher's group. They made a field trip
to study fabric selection.
New to the department this year were 7 gas
ranges and one electric range. They received other
smaller items for the food and clothing labs.
Frankie Strickland, Carolyn McKinnis, and Toni Burkett
serve tea at the Halloween faculty party.
MR. JESS EASELY-Industrial Arts II and III-B S
Northwestern State College-Sophomore Class Sponsor-
I A Club sponsorvnamed outstanding I A Club sponsor
in the state l964LI965!commended by Superintendent
Machen for his outstanding work with youth
MR. ,TERRY KIDD-B A-Arkansas State Teacher's Col-
MR. VINCENT TUMINELLOQB S Northwestern State
A Study of I.A.
is Vital to Many Fields
Lecture, discussion, demonstration, laboratory,
mock-up, and models are used to teach I A classes.
All techniques are necessary to complete the pre-
sentation of the materials.
Reverend Jerry Kidd taught I A I and IV the Ist
semester. Mr. Vincent Tuminello joined the staff at
The department used 3 sets of new textbooks
The students entered the annual Craftsmanis Fair
A study of Industrial Arts is vital to many fields.
Whether used for profession or pleasure, I A helps
a student gain important building and designing
Industrial Arts students focus their attention on the lecture
being given by Mr. Easely.
Mr. Tuminello gives E. G. Walden private instruction in
Mechanical Drawing class. Mr. Turninello joined the SHS
faculty at mid-term
Ricky Strother and Danny Edens learn the art of designing
265 students take shorthand, typing, bookkeep-
ing, and office practice. A student must have com-
pleted typing and shorthand to enroll in office
Office practice polishes shorthand and typing
skills, ano teaches filing and the use of the dicta-
phone and the calculator. It stresses business Eng-
The business department received 33 new type-
writer desks, which are adjustable to height. The
business department also received a new calculator
and dictaphone for use by the students.
The completion of business courses enables some
students to take secretarial positioifs immediately
265 Students in
Alice Byrd doesn't let the photographer interfere with her
MRS. BETTY BUTTS-Shorthand and Typing and
Office Practice, BNS Northwestern 'State College,
Senior class sponsor-FBLA sponsor
MR, LYNWOOD RHODES-Typing and Bookkeep-
ing-BS Northwestern State College-MED University
of Arkansas-.lunior class sponsor-Financial Admin-
istrator of the Lumberjack Staff and the Student
Ann Masters operates the calculator in Office Practice class
Betty Hood, rally student, works on her practice set in
MR. BOB PENDER-Driver's Education-B.S.-Northwest-
ern-M. Ed.-Northwestern-Basketball coach+member of
Louisiana Coaching Association
Drivers Ed. Is Popular Course
for Freshmen at SHS
for the course.
year and sophomore year.
The purposes of Driver's Education are to reduce
insurance premiums and to protect hves 6 weeks
of classroom instruction teaches the students rules
and regulations. Actual drlvlng rnstructlon with a
competent advisor gives the student experrence Age
and physical competency are necessary prereqursrtes
Students take driver's training in their freshman
Automobiles for the program are furnlshed by
local Ford and Chevrolet dealers
Elaine Rhymes and Martha Smith show interest in learning
the parts of the automobile engine.
Driver's education car returns to school after a day s driving
course has been completed.
The music department of S.H.S. includes a 75
MRS. MAXINE M. PENDER-Chorus-BS Louisiana Tech
-Music teacher at Howell School.
MR. LOUIS L. PUND, JR.-Band-BS Drexel Institute of
Technology, BD Faith Theological Seminary-Music Club
Physical Education, required, Music, elective
Band members listen as Mr. Pund explains a new song.
Mr. Pund, band director, calls the band to order and begins
a day of rehearsing.
member Girls' chorus and the 82 member S.H.S.
band. A Boys' Chorus, organized in November, is
new this year.
The chorus meets each day at the regularly
scheduled 6th period. They present two concerts a
yeai. Chorus counts credit.
Band practice is held each day at 11:25 A.lVl.
Band counts l credit.
The band functions as a marching unit until
football season is over. It then converts to a concert
Cecil Thompson, Pattie Quina, Sara Allen, Patty George
rehearse for chorus concert.
MISS OPHELIA CARROLL-P E III and IV B A Cen-
tenary College-Kappa Kappa lota Society-basketball
coach-intramural sponsor-tennis team-volleyball
MR. TRAVIS FARRAR-P E I and II-B S Southern State
-M Ed University of Arkansas-S Club sponsor-1964
IAA Coach of the Year
Varsity boys prepare for their weight lifting competition
Bill Burnett receives pass from center in P.E. class. David
Faircloth and James Martin will block for him.
Judy Stephens, Shirley Loschen, Linda Smith play rook in
the multipurpose room as their classmates play ping pong.
MR. VAL MARSHALL-P E III and IV-B M Loyola
University of the South-M Ed Louisiana State University
-sponsors the Radio Club
MISS PATSY STEGALL-P E I and II-B MS Northeast
Louisiana State College Junior Class sponsor-Pep Squad
Physical Education teaches the fundamentals
skills for participation in individual and team sports
for use now and in the future.
The girls take track, tennis, basketball, softball,
volleyball, and rhythmic activities. The boys have
touch football, basketball, and softball, volleyball,
handball, and soccer. Boys make field trips to the
bowling alley, tennis courts, and the golf driving
Six Weeks of classroom study about health and
safety is required.
P.E. counts a full credit.
180 days a year for 8 hours a day, students are
busy with school life. For some, the activity ends
here. For others, the day must be the borrower of
the night so that extra hours can be found to study
harder, to meet with committees, and to participate
in the many extracurricular activities available at
As a student travels his 4 year high school road,
he encounters many opportunities for service. Some
do not accept these. They put self first. They are
busy with their own work. They want to get their
business settled first and then worry about making
decorations for the banquet or writing their 'article
for the paper. Others do accept! They find them-
selves working on yearbooks until 5 oiclock, going
to play practice at 6-and coming home at 9-
tired and exhausted-to face homework.
Someone once said "We succeed ourselves in di-
rect proportion to the way we serve others." Those
who give unselfish service win recognition and hon-
org they become leaders. They know they must
make good grades so they study harderg they gain
good scholastic averages. Because they are busily
involved in Wholesome activity, their character is
In the feature section we honor those who, in all
areas of school life, have been busy accomplishing
something extra to benefit SHS in '66-a new year
for old Traditions.
Vickie Cardwell, Senior Class favorite, was elected beauty
in her freshman year. She is a cheerleader and a member
Janis Nations is a 4 year beauty winner at S. H. S
She is a cheerleader, assistant editor of the Lumberjack
and a Teen Town Council member.
Senior Beauties Are S.I-I.S. Leaders
Nancy Smith, a first year beauty winner, was the 1965
Homecoming Queen. She is the president of the Student
Council and a member of the Teen Town Council.
Patty Twitty, a Majorette, has been elected beauty for 3
years. She was junior Homecoming maid in 1964-. She is
managing editor of the Axe Staff.
Terri Jo Curtis has been elected beauty for three years.
Last year, she was Class favorite. She is a cheerleader and
a member of the Axe Staff.
Pam Kersh was also a beauty in her freshman year. She
is a member of the Axe Staff, Spanish Club, and Teen
Juniors Elected Popular Brunettes
Elaine Sanders was a freshman beauty and class favorite.
She is a member of the Pep Squad and vice-president of
the Dramatics Club,
Cathy Wynn was also a sophomore beauty. She is a cheer-
leader and a member of the Dramatics Club.
Alioe Byrd is a member of the Pep Squad, Lumberjill
Basketball team, and the Dramatics Club.
CATHY CADEN HEAD
Cathy Cadenhead is Sophomore class secretary. She is a
member of the Pep Squad, Dramatics Club, and Teen
Sophomore Beauties Are lst Time Winners
Nancy Weible is secretary-treasurer of the Music Club and
an alternate majorette in the Band.
Carolyn Woodard was elected Sophomore class favorite
this Year. She is a member of the Lumberjack Staff and the
Sara Allen is a member of the Chorus and Spanish Club.
She represented SHS at the Northwestern Spanish Rally,
Linda Juckett is freshman class secretary this year. She is a
homeroom representative and a member of the Dramatlcs
LINDA .l UCKETT
Pam Duke was freshman homecoming maid. 'She is a
member of the Dramatics Club and an alternate homeroom
Barbara .lo Pease is a member of the Sportsmanship
Council. She is also a member of the Dramatics Club.
BARBARA JO PEASE
2 Seniors Win Top Beauty Honors
Miss Lumberjack J anis Nations and
Princess Patty Twitty.
Princess Patty Twitty
Senior Class Favorites
KENNY WREYF ORD
Centlemanly Kenny Wreyford has a kindly greeting for
everyone. He has won an athletic scholarship to La. Tech
for his excellent performance as a Lumberjack center:
Kenny is a senior class officer.
Versatility is the key to Vicki's lively personality. Her
interests lie throughout the School, as a cheerleader,
a beauty, a member of the National Honor Society and
the FTA. Enthusiasm and service have earned her this
Junior Class Favorites
Ricky -Strother, an able athlete, is a member of the "S"
club. He gained this admittance by his participation in both
football and track. Ricky's friendly personality and witty
,remarks make him well liked and respected by everyone.
Reba Harvey, a pert brownette, is Junior class favorite.
Reba is treasurer of the pep squad, a member of the cho-
rus, and will serve as vice-president of the F.T.A. next
year. A winning personality and a knack for doing a
job well reveal in Reba the perfect qualities of a junior
Sophomore C ass Favorites
CAROLYN WOODARD ROSS PICKETT
Carolyn Woodard is 3 SHS- beauty and a member of the Ross Pickett is vice-president of his class. He plays end on
Lumherjack Staff. Her quiet, courteous manner is pleasing the 50Ph0m0fC LUl'I1bCTj21Ck Squad- His Calm, CHSY going
to all. Her smile is worn at all times, not just on special manner makes him 3 Mf3V0Tite,, t0 CVCFYUUC-
Freshman Class Favorites
Bill Pickett, an avid guitar enthusiast, is an upcoming
quarterback for the Jacks. Bill's quiet Ways but quick wit
make him a favorite among his many friends. An ability
for sports and a Willingness to serve make Bill the perfect
representative for the 1965-66 freshmen.
Linda Lasiter exemplifies the friendly attitude of the
freshman class. Linda, an active member of the pep-squad,
dramatics club, and a future Lumberjill, is active in all
phases of school life. Linda's quick laugh and easy going
manner make her the perfect choice for freshman class
Homecommg Honors ueen Nancy and Court
Heralds Stephanie Lineberry, Susan Nickerson,
and Janis Nations officially opened the '65 Home-
coming celebration in assembly on Thursday, Octo-
ber 14th, 1965. Court Jester Kay Baucum announced
the maids and their escorts. Entertainment was given
by the mixed quartet.
Using the homecoming theme, "Since days of
old, .lacks are Bold", the stage committee chose a
setting of an inside castle scene.
From the background Miss Nancy Smith, 1965
Homecoming Queen, and her court greeted their
subjects. Members of the court and their escorts
were Queen Nancy Smith and Donald Woodard,
senior Donna Nichols and Rudell Vaughn, junior
Claudia Quina and Larry Stone, sophomore Cathy
Cadenhead and Jim Gayle, freshman Pam Duke and
Roy Dale Strother.
A feature of the Program was the presentation
of an alumni representing each class from 1916
through 1964. Among these were Mrs. G. I. Rey-
nolds, the schoolis first graduate.
Friday October 15th the traditional Homecoming
parade moved through the streets of Springhill. Each
club sponsored a float emphasizing the theme. Hon-
ored in the parade, in addition to Nancy and her
court, were former Homecoming Queens, retired
teachers, and Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. E. S. Krouse, and
Mr. Gilmer Pickler, early S.H.S. graduates.
Climaxing Homecoming festivities, Mr. Ed Olive,
principal, crowned Miss Smith 1965 Homecoming
Queen at half-time ceremonies during the Springhill-
Menard game. Miss Smith was escorted by her
father, Robert Charles Smith. H. D. Gray escorted
Donna Nichols. Claudia Quinnais escort was Stand-
ford Harkins and Pam Duke's was Jackie Flores.
MISSES MERRY CHRISTMAS ANN AND GAYLE CRAIG
STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT NANCY SMITH TWINS SHARE CHRISTMAS TITLE
Ann and Gayle Craig, popular senior twins,
served as official hostesses for the Christmas
parade, sponsored by the Chamber of Com-
merce. They have been active participants in
S.H.S. school life. They are officers in the
Future Teachers Club and the pep squad. They
are members of the National Honor Society.
NANCY SMITH LEADS COUNCIL
Miss Nancy Smith has been active in student
council work throughout her high school career.
She served as a homeroom representative in her
freshman and sophomore years. She was a sena-
tor last year. This year she leads the group as
Nancyis family participated in the student
foreign exchange program. She shared with us
her Brazilian sister, Terri Bothello.
Nancy toured Europe last summer with a
student council group from all over the United
She plans to attend Louisiana Tech after
STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVES
ARE CONVENTION GOERS
The Springhill High School Student Council has
12 executive members, 28 homeroom representa-
tives and 28 alternates plus 2 ex-officio members-
,leanie Harrison and Larry Millar. Nancy Smith
is president. Other officers are William Slack, vice-
presidentg Linda Robertson, secretary, Beverly Cor-
bell, treasurerg David Halterman, parliamentariang
and Babara Harris, corresponding secretary. The
group meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. The ex-
ecutive council has a regularly scheduled 3rd period.
Executive members have earned the title "conven-
tion goers". One member attended the National Stu-
dent Council conventiong 4, the state conventiong 3,
the Southern Convention. 5 went to the state work-
shop and a large group attended the Northwest
Mrs. Elouida'Flanakin and Mrs. Lynwood Rhodes
are Student Council sponsors.
LEFT TO RIGHTQ David Halterman, parliamentarian,
Beverly Corbell, treasurer, and Jimmie Sterling, senior
Senator, went to Lafayette, to attend the Southern Conven
LEFT T0 RIGHT, Pam Staten, Pat Cooper, Namcy Smith
attended the National Student Council convention.
LEFT T0 RIGHT, FIRST ROW: .lanis Nations, Vicky Cardwell, Patty George, .lo Ellen Haynes, Laura Barfoot. 2nd ROW:
Gary Pool, Ann Craig, Linda Sue Henslee, Kay Baucum, Patty Twitty, Nancy Smith, ,leanii Harrison, Gayle Craig 3rd ROW:
Richard Huber, Eddie Farabough, Don Woodard, William Slack, Larry Stone, Eloy Farrington, Russell Burnham, .lim Gayle
National Honor Society Initiates 21 Seniors
ln a fall ceremony based on the lives of great pres-
idents, The National Honor Society initiated 21
seniors who had shown outstanding scholarship,
leadership, service, and character during their high
school career. The ceremony was followed by a
reception for the students and their parents.
Meeting in the homes of students and sponsors on
the 2nd Tuesday night of each month, the group
became one of S H S's most active organizations.
They collected 35150 for the muscular dystrophy
fund. Each week they placed a sign giving a famous
quote in every home room. They undertook the
study of an honor code for S. H. S. students. Individ-
ual members gave private instruction to students
who needed help in school subjects.
Officers of the group are Gary Pool, presidentg
William Slack, vice presidentg Patty George, secre-
tary, and Larry Stone, treasurer. Sponsors are Mrs.
Katie Robertson, Mrs. Dorothy Jones, and Mrs.
A second election of members was held in the
lst ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gary Pool, Laura Barfoot, Janis Nations, Beverley Corbell, Linda Henslee, Vickie Weible, E. G.
Walden 2nd ROW: Pam Staten, Susan Nickerson, Terri Curtis, Patty Twitty, Clydeanna Cobb, William Slack. 3rd ROW:
Kay Baucum, Kathy Odom, Pam Kersh, Johnny Robinson, Barry Musgrove. 4th ROW: .leannii Harrison, Russell Burnham,
Linda Robertson, Curtis Nesbit, Pat Cooper. 5th ROW: David Halterman, Nancy Smith, Richard Huber, Larry Stone,
Tommy Pease, Jimmy Knighton.
S.H.S. Charters:Quill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll is the International Honorary
Society for High School Journalists. Membership
is a distinct honor and is reserved for those out-
standing publication staff members who meet the
basic requirements established by the Society and
its local chapters. Candidates for Quill and Scroll
membership must have demonstrated fully to the
satisfaction of their staff advisor that they merit the
award through high scholarship, journalistic achieve-
ment, and service.
At the time of their election to membership, stu-
dents must be of a junior or senior classification.
They must be in the upper third of their class in
general scholastic standing, either for the year of
their election, or for the cumulative total of all their
high school Work. They must have done outstanding
work in some field of journalism. They must be
recommended by their sponsor, and they must be
approved by the Executive Secretary of the Society.
Quill and Scroll was organized April l0, 1926,
by a group of high school advisors for the purpose
of encouraging and rewarding individual achieve-
ment in journalism and allied fields. Since its or-
ganization, the society has granted charters to more
than 7,500 high schools. Quill and Scroll has more
than 400,000 alumni.
Students pictured above are charter members of
the S.H.S. chapter of Quill and Scroll. They are
members of the Axe and The Lumberjack staff.
SEATED LEFT T0 RIGHT: Kay Baucum, Katie Caughman, Kathy Beene, Sharon Beth , M ' G 'ff' L S ' h,
STANDING: Peggy Burns, Clydeanna Cobb, Tommy Vaughn, Barry Musgrove, Larry Stonj-:yNanc?fniSmithi Blill Edldjge Hlflliny
Farrington, Larry Sexton, .lim Gayle, Stephanie Lineberry, Janis Nations. i
Spanish Honor Society Is New to S.H.S.
The official name of the Spanish National Honor
Society is the Sociedad Honararia Hispanica. lts
purpose is to create an earnest desire to speak Span-
ish as a second language and thus create a better
understanding of the Hispanic world. The organiza-
tion promotes high standards ot grades and morals
among Spanish students.
To be eligible for membership in this society, a
student must have completed 2 years of Spanish with
an A or B average or 1 year with an A or B and
be enrolled in 2nd year Spanish. He must be a
student of good standing and must have above aver-
age grades in all subjects.
Meetings are held 3 times a year in the homes
of sponsors or members. Club projects are financed
by the dues paid by the members.
A special event of this year was the initiation serv-
ice conducted in Spanish before the student body.
The members held a reception for their parents
following the ceremony.
Officers of the charter chapter of this organiza-
tion are president, ,lim Gayleg vice-president, Larry
Stoneg and Secretary-treasurer, Stephanie Lineberry.
Sponsors are Mrs. Margaret Bryan and Mrs. Kath-
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Cindy Horne, Sara Allen, Barbara Harris, Vickie Weible, Mary Beth Rhea, Patty George,
Sharon Bethany, Ann Craig, Glenda McDonald, Brenda Baker, Linda Henslee, Jeanni Harrison. 2nd ROW: Russ Burnham, Con-
nie Smith, Barbara Rhymes, Linda Robertson, Nancy Spencer, Linda Tripp, Qwen Davis, Betty Burell, Daphne Roberts, Peggy
Burns, Lane Smith. 3rd ROW: Lester Roan, Terry Tyler, Betty Hood, Judy Harper, Ann Masters, Elaine Lineberry, Caroline
Smith, Peggy Andrews, Stephanie Lineberry, Clydeanna Cobb, Elizabeth Slack, Clarence Reeme, 4th ROW: Tommy. Vaughn,
Thomas Markham, Gary'Wilburn, Richard Huber, Larry Sexton, Tommy Britt, Skip Wayland, Larry Stone, David Halterman,
Outstanding Scholars Go to Rallies
Competition based on scholarship and talent is
emphasized in the 2nd school semester.
The Literary Rally is held on the campus of La.
Tech early each spring. Tests in all high school
subjects are given to outstanding students from area
schools. lst, 2nd, 3rd, and 41th place winners are
announced. S. H. S. competes in the double A
The Speech Rally is held at a different time on
the same campus. Students compete in extemporane-
ous speaking and interpretative reading.
The Music Rally is held on the LSU campus in
Eaton Rouge in conjunction with the State Literary
This year SHS will send approximately 50 stu-
dents into these contests of scholarship and talent.
Girls lead the field of entrants, they number 32.
15 boys will compete. lst place winners at Ruston
will go to the state rally.
The following students, by a testing program
within the school, have been named the rally con-
testants for 1966. They are listed by departments.
English, I Judy Harper, II Lane Smith, HI
Linda Robertson, IV-grammar, Elizabeth Slack,
IV-literature-Jeannii Harrison, 1V-spelling,
Thomas Markham, IV-pronunciation+Sharon
Science: Larry Williams, chemistry, Tommy Britt,
physics, Clarence Reeme, general science, Gwen
Social studies: Gary Wilburn, World- history,
Betty Burrell, American historvg Davy Holliday,
Mathematics: Daphne Roberts, Algebra Ig Tom-
my Pease, Algebra II, Gary Combs, geometry,
Richard Huber, trigonometryg Connie Smith, gen-
eral mathg Vickie Weible, senior arithmetic.
Home Economics: I Melba Sciortinog II Glenda
McDonald, HI Peggy Andrews.
Spanish: I Cindy Horne, Il Stephanie Lineberry.
Business: Betty Hood, bookkeeping, Ann Craig,
Speech: Nancy Spencer, Barbara Harris, Larry
Stone, Skippy Wayland, Linda Henslee, David Hal-
Music: Patty George, Tommy Vaughn, Russ
Masonic Award Winners
Are "A" Students
The Masons present a certificate of
merit to students who maintain a 4 point
average for the entire school year. These
represent excellence in scholarship. Sen-
iors receive their award during the Hon-
ors assembly in the spring. Underclass-
men are given their certificate in the first
assembly of the next school year.
Winners last year were Gary Combs,
Linda Reerne, Linda Robertson, Russ
Burnham, Tommy Vaughn, Johnny Rob-
inson, Tommy Pease, and Larry Sexton.
Corbell and Sterling
Each year the Student Council honors
those students who, the sponsors feel, have
given service beyond the expected. This year
Beverly Corbell and Jimmy Sterling gained
Beverly is treasurer of the executive coun-
cil. She served as chairman of the finance
Jimmy headed the committee responsible
for acquiring the new "calendar of eventsn
FIRST ROW: Barbara Pease, Ann Masters, Benny Wreyford, Marilyn Goodwin, Larry Stone, Clydeanna Cobb, Linda Reeme,
Richie Chambless, Pat Cooper, James Sears, Terry Tyler, Billy Foy.
Sportsmanship Council Evaluates Spirit
Lumberjacks Win Honors and Scholarships
Don Addison Gary Blanton .lim Gayle
L.S.U. all-district fullback Glhdi-9WiC75 halfback
Larry Stone Roy Strother Rudell Vaughn Q
Tulane all-district guard La Tech, all-district tackle
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C eerleaders and Jacks Have Busy Season
The cheerleaders helped promote "Beat Jesuit Week" with
a downtown pep-rally.
Cheerleader elections are held early in the
spring. The six lucky girls, chosen by the S.H.S.
student body, begin their work almost as soon
as they are elected. During the summer the
cheerleaders paint victory signs. learn new
yells and attend a cheerleader clinic. This year
the girls attended S.lVl.U. cheerleader C-qlmnl
in Dallas, Texas.
The cheerleaders are a vital part of S.H.S.
Their enthusiasm in serving S.H.S. ,is seen
throughout the year-at bonfires, pep-meetings,
in signs, and gaily decorated goalposts.
This year the student body chose to re-elect
four experienced cheerleaders. Vicki Cardwell
and Cathy Wynne were two new members
elected to complete the sextet. Led by head
cheerleader, Linda Henslee, the group became
the official spirit of Springhill High School!
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HEAD MAJORETTE: DONNA NICHOLS-Senior Majorette-
3 years Head Majorette 1 year
NANCY WEIBLE-2nd Alternate
DEBBIE TIMMONS-lst Alternate
The drum major and the majorettes
lead the hall in all performances. They
spend many hours after school plan-
ning twirling routines, practicing with
their band instrument and marching
with the other members. They twirl
with fire and flags, as Well as with
LAURA BARFOOT Senioril year
DIANA RODC ERS
6 Seniors, 1 Soph
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Lead S.H.S. Band
EVELYN JUNE MCMULLAN
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Laura Barfoot, Vickie Weihle, Linda Henslee, ,lanis Nations, Beverly Corbell, Patty Twitty.
SECOND ROW: Gary Pool, Russell Burnham, Jeanii Harrison, Nancy Smith. THIRD ROW: E. G. Walden, Curtis Nesbit,
William Slack, David Halterman, Larry Stone, Kay Baucum.
tudents Win Honors at Leadership
Leadership conference is held annually on the
Louisiana State University campus in Baton Rouge.
It is designed chiefly to train students in journalism
fnewspaper and yearbookl, speech, library assist-
ance, and recreation, but it also gives the students
the chance to become acquainted with many new and
different people. Each year outstanding students
who are completing their junior year are chosen
to attend this worthwhile summer workshop.
Classes were held in the morning and afternoon,
but at night planned activity was available for every-
one. The delegates to Leadership enjoyed such
things as 'LGet Acquainteda' night, Recreation night,
a picnic and swimming party, a dance, a talent
show, and to climax the conference, a banquet
honoring the students, their sponsors, and all persons
connected with Leadership.
This year Gary Pool, Russ Burnham, Janis Na-
tions, Nancy Smith, and E. G. Walden were rep-
resentatives for the yearbook division, ,leanii Har-
rison, Vicki Weible, Patty Twitty, Larry Stone, Kay
Baucum, William Slack, Linda Henslee, Laura Bar-
foot, Beverly Corbell, David Halterman, and Curtis
Nesbit were representatives for the newspaper di-
vision. S. H. S. students represented our school with
overwhelming enthusiasm as two of the newspaper
delegates were elected to a high office on the Leader-
ship Voice. They were Vicki Weible, Editor-in-chief,
and Ieanii Harrison, News Editor. In tryouts for
the talent show, Larry Stone was selected as the
Master of Ceremonies.
Russ Burnham David Halterman
Jeanii Harrison Jo Ellen Haynes
Janis Nations Curtis Nesbit
Cary Pool Patty Twitty
S.H.S. Pelican Stater Named
Pelican State is held each year in August on the
L. S. U. campus. Junior delegates are chosen by the
faculty and former Pelican Staters to spend 10 days
learning the duties, privileges, and responsibilities
of American citizenship. Each delegate to Pelican
State is assigned to a city and a parish.
During the l0 days of Pelican State each city and
parish is responsible for a project. Within this pe-
riod, the courts are established, the Senate and
House of Representatives convene, and the party
conventions are begun.
ln the conventions the candidates for state offices
are selected, and the parties begin their major cam-
paign. The parish party chairman and the state
party chairman are also selected. The winners of
state offices are announced at the Covernoris Ball,
the traditional closing event of Boys' State.
Last summer Jeannii Harrison and Gary Pool
served as senators. Janis Nations, Patty Twitty,
and Russ Burnham were representatives. Jo Ellen
Haynes and David Halterman were Police ,lurors
and Curtis Nesbit was on the School Board. Russ
Burnham was selected as outstanding citizen of his
'66 Hall of Fame
Don is S. H. S.'s only 3 sport letterman. He has
worked with the Student Council fl. years. He plays
the guitar in a local combo. He will call L. S. U. his
future alma mater-perhaps as their ,68 quarter-
Kay Baucum, well known in all areas of S. H. S.
life, chooses to be remembered for her participation
in speech and dramatics. She. has won many honors
in this departrnent. She is also a model and a
Russ Burnham, 3 year memlier of the Lumber-
jack staff, is interested in music. He sings in the
Boys' Chorus. He is the band captain. He plays the
piano and composes. He has had an A average the
past 2 years.
Beverly's determination to succeed and her will
ingness to work have given her the success she
deserves. She headed the Teen Age March of Dimes
drive this year. She is an active member of the
band, the Axe staff, and the student council.
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Linda Sue Henslee
Linda Sue Henslee has been a cheerleader 3
years. She was elected class beauty 3 times. She is
circulation manager of the Axe. Typical of her
Willingness to serve, she works in the library during
her study hall period.
Gary Pool is the editor-in-chief of the Lumber-
jack, and the president of the National Honor So-
ciety. He attended Leadership and was a senator
at Pelican State. He serves on many committees
because everyone knows that he gives his best.
Janis Nations has been chosen beauty for four
years and this year was honored with the Miss
Lumberjack title. She is the assistant editor of
the Lumberjack staff. She has been a cheerleader
for 3 years. She is a member of the 766 volleyball
Nancy Smith is president of the S. H. S. student
body. She was elected Homecoming queen and a
class beauty this year. She is a 4 year member of
the Lumberjack staff and a member of the Teen
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Larry Stone is president of the Sportsmanship
council, vice-president of the Spanish National Hon-
or Society, a member of Teen Town council and the
Axe staff. His athletic ability has Won him a schol-
arship to Tulane.
Hall of Fame
William Slack was a Masonic Award winner
during his sophomore year. He is Vice-president of
the Student council, a member of the S club, the
National Honor and the Axe staff.
Only parents of students, other than the admin-
istration, faculty and student body, can conceive
of the many activities SHS includes in her schedule.
Rarely a day passes that does not necessitate a call
meeting of some group, there is always a practice
for some thing. The Banana Sisters meet every
Thursday at 4. From January to the end of Feb-
ruary the Lumberjack Staff works from 3 until 5
each day. The student council meets every second
Tuesday at 3rd period. A result of all this activity
is a happy, high spirited SHS student body in '66-
a New Year for Old Traditions.
Students go to work early. When we arrive on
registration day, we find them holding signs telling
us where to sit. On each class room door, We find
the teacher's name and her schedule.
Homecoming is always our first big activity. A
special assembly and a parade, featuring the Queen
and her court and floats made by the clubs, are
Throughout the fall are the pep meetings held to
inspire the Lumberjacks. Momentous this year was
the spirit of the "Beat Jesuitn week.
Amid all this activity is the personal part of high
school life-pride in having made the best grade in
the class-unhappiness in having lost the election-
anger in quarreling with a friend, boy or girl.
And above all else is the class room work-
always interesting and challenging. Without it, there
would be no SHS. Education is our reason for
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The school year begins with various elections. Here, the student council executive officers and elections committee count votes
for the first election of the year, Homecoming Queen.
Between classes students enjoy conversation with friends.
Seniors, Lany Stone, Beverly Corbell, Delbert Wilks, and
Wayne Timmons help students find their class sections on
the first day of school.
Gary Flint uses his time wisely by concentration during
The first school assembly was dedicated to the Leadership,
Pelican State, and Student Council workshop delegates.
Alice Byrd, Darlene Souter, and Mike Bright enact a
humorous skit for the enjoyment of the Dramatics Club.
An empty hall confronts DeWanda Baker as she
hurries to her next class.
Grey Barham and Cathy Wynn discuss a slight differ-
ence of opinion,
The S.H.S. Band, led by Drum Major, Donna Bolton, leads the annual Homecoming Parade.
1965 Homecoming Honors Nancy Smith
The 1965 Homecoming Court smiles happily soon after learning of their election.
Nancy Smith, Homecoming Queen, receives the traditional
kiss from the principal, Mr. Olive.
Susan Nickerson, who served as a herald in the homecom
ing assembly, announces the Queen with a fanfare.
The Spanish Club Float, displaying a castle of old S ain won th' d l h
p , 1r p ace onors in the Homecoming Parade.
Larry Stone, Nancy Smith, Cynthia Williams, and Jim Gayle discuss results of the game at
after-game coke Iiarty held for the Lumburjacks.
S.I-LS. Students I-I
Chierleadcrs Vicki Cardwell and Terri Curtis spcnd recess boosting the
Don Addison injured during the major part
of football season, rejoined the squad for
the last three games.
Ve Varied Activities
The majorettcs entertain the student body with a twirling routine at the
Jonesboro pep rally.
These lovely ladies captured the five top spots in the S.H.S. He-vMale Beauty Contest Donald, Woodard reads carefully in order to do his
best on I. T. E. D. tests.
Patricia Flournoy, Jimmy Yates, and Donna Bolton spend their free hour in serious study.
The He-Male Beauty contestants await nervously before going onto stage. Jimmy Sterling, publicity chairman of the student council, is in charge
of publicizing activities..
Barbara Harris and Beverly Corbell show their school Hllack LumberjaCk,, was awarded each week to the heme
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Spirit Reaches All Time
Peak During "Beat Jesuit" Week
S.H.S. 'cheerleaders show their devotion to the Lumberjacks as they lead them onto the football field.
Springhill merchants express their desire for the Lumberjacks to beat Jesuit by sponsoring a downtown pep-rally.
Merchants, teachers, and stu-
dents alike did much to make
'4Beat Jesuit Weekii the huge suc-
cess it Was. During the week many
contests were held to inspire the
students and create as much spirit
as possible. Trash can decorations,
sweat shirt gimmicks, and sign
contests were only a few of these.
Wednesday and Thursday nights
pep rallies were held at Gibsonis
and A 81 Pis parking lots. During
recess on the morning of the game,
downtown merchants formed a line
and circled the school several
times to help boost the Jacks. As
a climax to "Beat Jesuit Week',
students and teachers marched
down town for a pep rally.
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Nancy Smith, Janis Nations, and Gary Pool take
time out from their yearbook work for recreation.
In the Powder Puff game, football players Gary Toms
Ricky Strother, and Gary Farley become cheerleaders.
Time Out to Enjo
Themse ves in Less
'Ifhe class favorites represent the friendliness and courtesy
typical of S.H.S. students.
"Snoopy Spotless" served as an inspiration t
S.H.S. students to keep the campus clean.
Industrial Arts Club members show their holiday spirit by
decorating the school building.
Then Turn to a
National Honor Society members, Gary Pool and Patty
Twitty, decorate the Christmas tree in the office.
Students are well behaved and studious during Mrs. Stone,s study hall.
School Helpers Make the Joh EHSICP
Many students devote their study hall and spare time to help carry out the evenyday functions of the school day.
Left to Right: Mr. Moore,
Library workers Linda Sue Henslee and Wanda Stanford
aid Kaye Stewart in checking out a book.
Mrs. Dees, Mr. Duke. Mr. Williams
The American spirit of helping others prevails at S.H.S
Left to Right: Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. McCartney, Mrs. Lindsey, Mrs. Franks, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Olglee, Mrs. Hall
Lights blazing! Bands blaring! Pep squad yell-
ing! Whistles blowing! Leather knocking! Lumber-
jacks loosing! Footballs flying! Tension mounting!
Fans applauding! Lulnberjacks winning! Remem-
ber the excitement of an important game?
Competitive sports promote spiritg they unite
the student body in a common purpose. They teach
us to cooperate and to work together during times
of tension and pressure. In ,66-A New Year for
Old Traditions, spirit rode high at SHS.
Athletics are an important part of school life.
Approximately 100 persons participated in the
,65-'66 football program, and approximately 35
boys are out for track this spring. ln addition to
these sports, SHS has boys and girls basketball,
golf, tennis, and volleyball.
The SHS athletic participants have gained the
reputation of being good sportsmen in all fields
of play. Lumberjacks and Lumberjills are known
for their rugged playing, their rigid training, and
their spirit of determination. They donit win them
all, but they play each one to the best of their
ability. Their competitive attitude has earned them
the respect of the students and the community.
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Jacks Boast 6-3-1 Season
From the first toss to the last
Whistle, the 1965 Lumberjacks
showed hustle and determination.
Although hurt by injuries to key
players, they ended up in third
place Within the district and
proved to be worthy opponents
for everyone they played.
Captains Vaughan and Strother call toss of coin for Home- Jacks and fans bow heads while listening to opening prayer.
The 1965 Jacks, coaches, and managers.
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Jacks Take First Four Games
Simmons carries ball while Vaughan cuts down opposition.
SPRINGHILL 18 HAYNESVILLE 0
The 1965 Lurnlwerjacks began the season
with a victory over the Golden Tornado. The
offense rolled Well with ,lim Gayle scoring
once, and Don Addison scoring twice on a
keeper and an intercepted pass. The defense
took up this year where "the hungry nine
plus two" left off last year and did a very
SPRINGHILL 27 BOSSIER 6
Triple A Bossier was the Jacks next victim.
A tough defense and a breakway offense
brought the .lacks into the victory room.
George Simmons scored first after a recovered
fumble. ,lim Gayle took a punt 78 yards for
a touchdown. In the second half the Jacks
scored twice more with Addison running for
one and Simmons picking off a pass for his
Seniors Receive College Bids
Gayle is stopped as Woodard and Farley look on.
SPRINGHILL 20 JONESBORO 7
The Jacks traveled to Jonesboro for the
next encounter with the ranked Tigers. The
Tigers scored first, hut Springhill came
back just before the half when Addison
took it over to make the score 7-7. Spring-
hill came out in the second half ready to
play ball. Gary Blanton scored once, and
Danny Edens added another with an inter-
cepted pass to pile up the final margin.
SENIOR JACKS: FIRST ROW: Coach Souter, Jim Gayle, David Landers, Gary Flint, Don Addison, Rudell Vaughan, Coach
Farrar, SECOND ROW: ,Coach Jackson, Roy Strother, Mike Martin. Raymond Carson, Larry Garrett, Don Woodard, Kenny
Wreyford. THIRD ROW: George Simmons, Danny Edens, Ronnie Thompson, Gary Blanton, Coach Franklin. FOURTH
ROW: Delbert Wilks, John Dunn, William Slack, Phillip Jackson.
Farley downed by Eagles after short gain.
35 Lumberj aeks
SPRINGHILL 39 NORTH CADDO 0
In the first district game the ,lacks showed
they were ready to defend the title they Won
the Jacks scored almost at will. George Sim-
mons scored on the first play from scrimmage
Wlth a 62 yard run. Before the night was
over he had scored twice more. To help carry
the scoring load, ,lim Gayle scored twice and
Gary Blanton once. The ,lacks defense con-
tlnued to do their fine job.
last year. Over a relatively young Rebel team
Lumberjacks score with Gayle carrying
SPRINGHILL 0 HOMER 26
After winning the first four games, the
,lacks tasted defeat for the first time at the
hands of the Homer Pelicans. With Don Addi-
son, senior quarterback, watching from the
sidelines in street clothes, the ,lacks couldn't
get started. The only scoring threat the Jacks
could muster came in the first half, but time
ran out only inches away from the Pelican
Coach Farrar issues instructions at halftime.
6 Lumberjacks Win District Honors
SPRINGHILL 0 MENARD 0
Even Homecoming couldn't put Springhill
in the win column again. The Jacks met the
state quarterfinalists on almost even terms.
With Addison still out, the Jacks had trouble
scoring against the spirited Menard defense.
The ,lack defense likewise held the Menard
ballcarriers in check all evening. This tough
defense and lack of offense accounted for the
SPRINGHILL 7 RUSTON 0
After doing everything but scoring in the
last two outings, the ,lacks pushed across a
score and then held on for the victory. The
lone score came on a 25 yard pass from junior
quarterback Gary Toms, who took over start-
ing chores for this game, to ,lim Gayle. The
Jack defense kept up their good work by
denying Ruston a point.
Cutchins warms up before Jesuit game.
SPRINGHILL 20 JESUIT 21
With spirit bubbling over, the
Jacks were out to knock over the
highly touted Flyers. With Don
Addison back in action, the Lum-
berjacks scored twice in the first
period. Jim Gayle scored on a 48
yard punt return, and Danny
Edens returned an intercepted pass
35 yards for the other. All hopes
were dashed in the second half,
however, as the Flyers came to
life and eked out the win.
A host of Lumberjacks halt Jesuit running attack.
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
Springhill 20 North Caddo 6 Springhill 7 Sarepta
Springhill 0 Minden 12 Springhill 20 Cotton Valley 141-
Springhill 6 Texarkana 20
SPRINGHILL 0 AIRLINE 27
The strong Airline Vikings of Bossier City cates. A little Worn out after the tremendous
showed why they are so highly regarded, but effort for the Jesuit game, the ,lacks couldn't
the game Wasn't as one sided as the score indi- get rolling.
Gayle returns punt for touchdown against .Tesuit's Blue Flyers.
SPRINGHILL 25 MINDEN 0
The Lumberjacks completed a successful remained until the fourth quarter when the
season, at least in the Won-lost column, by de- ,lacks scored three times behind Gary Blanton
feating the Crimson Tide. Addison struck first and ,lim Gayle. This brought the season record
on a 1-yard plunge to make it 7-0. That score to 6 Wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie.
3 Frosh Awarded All-League Honors
.lacks take well-deserved rest.
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Football Banquet Jan. 24+
011 January 24, the annual Springhill High FOOD David Crowe Award recipient was Jim Gayle. Both
hall Banquet WHS held. COaCl'1 JOC Aillet, head coach boys are Seniors and are to be Cgmmended for
at Louisiana Tech, was guest speaker. The Ed the fine effort and sportsmanship they displayed.
Shultz Award went to Don Addison, and the John
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KNEELING: Mike Willis, Charles Peterson, Mike Hearne,
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Addison, Hearne, and Nesbit battle for ball.
Jacks Win Two Tournaments
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KNEELING: Peggy Burns, Teresa McConnell, Alice Byrd, Sherryl Hall, Linda Reeme, Connie Smith. STANDING Darlene
Souter, Barbara Harris, Donna Smith, Glenda Smith, Susan Gilliam, Mildred Harvey, Pat Wolfington.
COACH OPHELIA CARROLL
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The S.H.S. Lumberjills defeated the
Minden Tidettes to clinch the district
title for the thirteenth consecutive
season. The Jills, led by Coach Ophelia
Carroll, began their season with only
three starters from last year. The inex-
perienced Jills were soon rewarded for
their hard Work and long practice
hours. The J ills won first place at their
doubleheader and also at the Cotton
Valley Tournament. A desire to win,
plus that "extra effort" resulted in a
Smith shoots while Burns and Reeme prepare for rebound.
Gilliam goes high for tip.
Girls Capture District Crown for 13th Time
Barbara Harris dribbles ball to forwards.
Smith drives for shot.
FIRST ROW: Alice Byrd, Teresa McConnell, Darlene Souter, Connie Smith,
SECOND ROW: Kay Stewart, Jo Ann McWilliams, Debbie Timmons, THIRD
ROW: Kathy Lodge
Cathy Fish, statistician, and Patricia Pope, managera helped
boost the Jills to the district title with their "behind the
Glenda Smith sinks a foul as Reeme and Burns look on.
Linda Reeme and Glenda Smith close in for rebound.
Freshmen: Pam Duke, Shirley Rogers, J ana
Price, Jan Sanders, Linda Lasiter, Connie
Neely, Debbie Murph, Kathy Hollan, Becky
Willis, Martha Smith, Pat Witte, Linda .luck-
ett, Cindy Reynolds.
FIRST ROW: Gayle Craig, Barbara Pease, SECOND ROW: Stephanie Lineberry, Martha Smith, Ann Craig, Peggy Burns,
THIRD ROW: Mary Alice Beck, Jan Sanders, Debbie Murph, Linda Reeme, FOURTH ROW: Sue Boucher, Judy Stevens,
Patricia Pope, Sherryl Hall, Donna Nichols.
Intra-Mural Sports Popular ith Girls
lntra-mural sports are becoming a favorite ac-
tivity among the girls of S.H.S. To become eligible
to play, one must obtain an intra-mural card. This
card is purchased from Miss Carroll for ten cents.
This money is used to buy new equipment and
other useful items for the gym.
The intra-mural games are played after school.
Some of the games which the girls play are softball
ping-pong, and volleyball.
Left to right: Donna Smith, Jo Ellen Haynes, Glenda Smith, Janis Nations, Linda Reeme, Pat Wolfington.
Volley Ball Team Attends "Sports Day"
More and more girls are participating in volley-
ball. This sport is on the rise at S.l'l.S.-due mainly
to the interest created by the intramurals. The
volleyball team, composed of l2 members, is spon-
sored and coached by lVliss Ophelia Carroll. The
members of the team practice daily after school.
The highlights of the volleyball season are the
district sports rally held in April in Ruston and the
Hsports day" held at Southern State College. The
volleyball team also competes in games with sur-
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FIRST ROW: Mike O'Bier, Ricky Strother, Daniel Singleton, Mike Robertson, Larry Talley, Jimmy Sterling, Eddie Parkerson,
Ashley Disotell, and Teddy Eubanks. SECOND ROW: Larry Williams, Gary Combs, Larry Stone, Eddie Farabough, Carl
Ragus, Danny Parker, Buddy Burke, Craig Tripp, Kenny Wreyford, David Cutchins, Buddy Hearne.
Cindermen to Host Lumberjack Relays
Eddie Farabough runs the 880 relay. Mike O'Bier tries his luck at David Lee Cutchins throws the
S.H.S. Tennls Team
FIRST ROW: Gary Pool, Teresa McConnell, Jimmy Sterling. SECOND ROW: Tommy Pease, Mike Atkins, Steve Singleton.
s.H.s. Golf Team
FIRST ROW: Grey Barham, Johnny Robinson, Steve Rutledge, David Spence, Jerry Tyler. SECOND ROW: Dale Slack,
Ronald Dunn, Bill Lodge, Tommy Britt.
Clubs and organizations offer each student the
opportunity to become a part of a smaller group
and to work closely with others. Active participa-
tion in these groups develops qualities of leader-
ship Because we receive from what we give, stu-
dents develop a sense of loyalty and school pride
through club service.
S.H.S. offers clubs covering every area of in-
terest. Most of these meet at the regularly sched-
uled club period on alternate Thursdays. Others
hold after school and night meetings.
Clubs enrich not only the student who joins them
but others as well, for they contribute to the cul-
tural aspect of school life. The school yearbook and
newspaper result from club effort. The Banana
Sisters, sponsored by the Spanish Club, appear
before many civic groups. The Dramatics Club and
the Chorus present a traditional Christmas As-
sembly. The Student Council sponsors Mrs. Paul
Hildreth, from Shreveport, who reviews a book
for the student body. This year she presented HLove
or Perishi' by Dr. Smily Blanton, co-worker of Dr.
Norman Vincent Peale. The council arranges other
outstanding speakers. This year we were honored
to hear Congressman Joe Waggoner.
Four new clubs joined the roster of S.H.S. in 766
a New Year for Old Traditions.
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FIRST ROW: Jan Nations, Cary Pool, Linda Henslee, Vickie Cardwell, Cathy Cadenhead, Cindy Horne, Brenda Burnham.
SECOND ROW: Stephanie Lineherry, Linda Juckett, Mary Barfoot, Terri Curtis, Jo Ann McWilliams, Dianne Hampton,
Jeanii Harrison, Lane Smith, Patty Quina. THIRD ROW: Johnny Robinson, Sam Waller, Ritchie Chamblcss, Craig Tripp,
Gary Toms, Gary Combs, Elaine Lineberry, Patricia Sterling, Susan Nickerson, Kay Baucum, Don Woodard fnot picturedl.
Executive Committee Plans
Student council president, Nancy Smith, explains schedule
to representatives Johnny Robinson and Gary Pool.
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Twenty-eight home room representatives and
twenty-eight alternates are the link between the
executive council and the student body. They be-
come announcers, salesmen, decorators, vote count-
ers, and ambassadors of good will. The level of
school spirit is dependent, to a great degree, on
This year the council arranged for Congress-
man Joe D. Waggoner to speak to the student
body. They also presented Mrs. Paul Hildreth,
who gave a book review.
The council is responsible for all assembly pro-
grams. They hold all school elections. They con-
duct a Freshman Orientation program for Junior-
Representatives and Alternates Act
This year the council had a permanent calendar
of events made. They promoted a student art ex-
hibit. They taught flag etiquette. They sponsored a
clean up campaign.
The executive council is elected by the student
body. Representatives and alternates are chosen by
Peggy Griggs, Pam Duke, and Melissa Graves, homeroom
alternates, are prepared to defend themselves in the snow
FIRST ROW: Kathy Beene, Peggy Griggs, Barbara Pease, Pam Duke, Melissa Graves, Janice Moore, Mike Thomas, Linda
Monk. SECOND ROW: Mary Bonner, Vicki Weible, Sherryl Hall, Denise Nelson, Sharon Masters, Carole White, Marie
Griffin, Gwen Wynne, Laura Barfoot. THIRD ROW: Danny Parker, Raymond Carson, Jasper Pittman, Roy Dale Strother,
Elaine Dennis, Carolyn Woodard, Pam Kersh, Alice Byrd.
FIRST ROW: Cathy Cadenhead, Kay Baucum, Janis Nations, Jimmy Sterling. SECOND ROW: Linda Robertson, Pam Kersh
Scott Cardwell, Harryette Manuel. THIRD ROW: Gary Toms, Nancy Smith, Bill Curry, Jo Ann McWilliams. FOURTH ROW
Eddie Farabough, Buddy Burke, Pat Cooper, Larry Stone.
Teen Town Council Sponsors Dances
The Teen Town Council is an organization of
S.H.S. students who plan social activities for week-
ends and special occasions. The 16 members are
chosen by the council members themselves. The
Club meets once every two weeks.
The council has sponsored many combos from
different parts of Louisiana and Arkansas. Of
these groups the Uniques are the most popular.
Approximately 600 youths from the Ark-La-Tex
were guests of the council at their Thanksgiving
dance, featuring John Fred and the Playboys, from
The Uniques played for the Christmas dance,
one of the best dances of the year. The Valentine
dance featured The Basement Wall from Baton
The council has also sponsored such other 'bands
as Ron Gray and the Countdowns, from Springhill,
the Nomads, from Magnolia, and the Cobras, from
The Teen Town Council is noted as the leading
organizer of teen recreation in Springhill. Jimmy
Sterling is the council's president. Mr. Richard
Johnson is the club's sponsor.
The Uniques hold top spot in popu-
larity with the local teen-agers. Led
by Joe Stampley, the group composed
of Bobby Stampley, Bobby Sims, Ray
Mills, and Mike Love, has already
contributed important hit sounds to
the now-a-days pattern of "inn music.
Appearing in night clubs and TV and
in the New York Paramount, they
have won national followers.
One of the very first things to be
noted about uThe Uniquesn is that
they all are vocalists aside from being
instrumental masters. Most of their
recordings, however, feature notably
the singing of Joe Stampley.
Among the most popular records of
the Uniques are uNot Too Long Agov,
"Fast Way of Livingn, and "You
Ain't Tough Babyv. They have also
made an album entitled "Uniquely
Yoursu. The group records for Paula
LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Stampley, Mike Love, Ray Mills, Bobby Stampley,
and Bobby Sims.
niques Perform for Majorit
of Teen Town Dances
Senior teen town members discuss oncoming dance featur-
lng "The Basement Wall".
Gary Pool and Kay Baucum demonstrate the latest dance
while interested teen town members look on.
FIRST ROW: Curtis Nesbit, Patty Witty, Laura Barfoot, Linda Henslee, Vickie Weible, .Ieanii Harrison, Beverly Corbell, Kay
Baucum, William Slack, SECOND ROW: Richard Huber, Kathy Odom, Clydeanna Cobb, Terri Curtis, Susan Nickerson,
Layne Smith, Jo Ann McWilliams, Larry Stone THIRD ROW: David Halterman, Carolyn Smith, Linda Robertson, Pam Kersh,
Tommy Pease, Jasper Pittman, Barry Musgrove, Jimmy Knighton.
Axe Staff Initiates "Quill and Scroll"
Members of the publication staffs "go western" for their
annual spring party.
Planning copy, making assignments, writing arti-
cles, writing, heads, proofreading, pasting up, mak-
ing final check, counting papers, distributing
copies, exchanging papers with various schools ....
And another issue of 'The Axev is put to bed.
The pleasure of reading the high school paper is
all that remains.
Twenty-six students, supervised by sponsors, Mrs.
Freida Olive and Mrs. Bess Stone, and editor-in-
chief Jeanii Harrison, complete this routine six
times a year.
This year the Axe staff led the Way in the
organization of the charter chapter of the '5Quill
and Scroll" International Honorary Society for
High School Journalists.
Advertising sales completed.
Subscription campaign ended.
Planning could begin!
The budget must be adequate-the yearbook
must be planned according to the money the staff
Planning the arrangement of the book-Taking
pictures-Writing Copy-Finding out what was
happening when so a photographer could be present
-Always having your nose in someone else,s busi-
ness so you could tell their story in print.
The story of the lives of 12 Lumberjack mem-
bers ended with the distribution of 615 yearbooks.
90? of the student body owned a copy. The '66
staff was a success.
Lumberjack staff members relax after meeting Christmas
'66 Lumberjack Staff Sells to
90 '70 of Students
FIRST ROW: .lan Nations, Gary Pool, Russ Burnham. SECOND ROW: R N' hl L
Staten, Judy Green, Carolyn Woodard, Nancy Smith, Linda Boswell, E. G. Wgl,denjCPczitS,Coo?did .llohyrlhlyi Igiialiiffgogglleri Pam
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FIRST ROW: Vickie Lyons, Debbie Timmons, Kathy Lodge, Pam Wesson, Cathy Cadenhead, Teresa Mobley, Barbara Pease,
Harryette Manuel, Stephanie Lineberry, Linda Stanford. SECOND ROW: Trudy Simmons, Peggy Griggs, Debbie Murph,
Sue Boucher, Pam Duke, Linda Juckett, Kathy Bishop, Linda Crowder, Marty Piepenbring, ,Ian Sanders, Linda Lasiter, Connie
Smith. THIRD ROW: Anita Kay Allen, Lela Smith, Carolyn Wallace, Pat Wolfington, Shirley Loschen, Alice Byrd, .lana Price,
Claudia Quina, Melissa Graves, Barbara Lee, Mary Gillespie, Edie Hughes. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Franks, Nancy Smith,
Darlene Souter, Elaine Sanders, Barbara Flora, Judy Nichols Parkerson, Nancy Spencer, Elizabeth Slack, Christy Haynes, Patty
Quina, Patricia Sterling, Sandy Bell, Susan Holloway. FIFTH ROW: Robert Talley, Steve Rutledge, Mike Bright, Skip Wayland,
Guy Farley, Kenny Wreyford, Tommy Campbell, Wayne Timmons, Ronnie Thompson, Byron Sanford, Jerry Tyler, Mike
Dramatics Club Offers Acting Experience
Elizabeth Slack explains script to Sandy Bell.
The Dramatics club's purpose is to 'offer students
the opportunity to perform in short plays and
skits and to train them in the fundamentals of play
production. Members perform during regularly
scheduled club periods.
The club presented a play before the club day
study hall group. It won second place for its Home-
coming iloat. It sponsored an after football game
The club presents each senior member a certifi-
cate oi merit and gives a gift to the most outstand-
ing senior. The club presents an award to the out-
standing actor and 3Ct1'6SS in the Senior play.
Elizabeth Slack is the president: Mrs. Glenda
Taylor is the sponsor. Other officers are Elaine
Sanders, vice-president: Wayne Timmons, secre-
tary: Sue Boucher, treasurer, and Claudia Quina,
Thirty-six students meet the third Monday night
of each month at 6:45 p.m. in students, homes to
deepen their appreciation of the values of mathe-
matics. Study, recreation, and social activity are
found in biographical reports on mathematicians,
mathematical games, riddles, and spelling bees.
Officers of the club are Benny Wreyford, presi-
dent, Laura Barfoot, vice-president, Linda Reeme,
secretary, and Don Woodard, parliamentarian.
Mrs. Lelia Harper is the sponsor.
David Halterman and Jo Ann McWilliams prepare refresh-
ments at math club meeting.
Pi Delta Meets on 3rd ondays
FIRST ROW: Linda Reeme, Peggy Burns, Sharon Bethany, Gayle Craig, Ann Craig, Vickie Witte, Laura Barfoot, Lane
Smith. SECOND ROW: Mary Barfoot, Marie Griffin, Vicki Cardwell, Patty George, Becky Grigg, Robert Talley, Pam Staten,
.lo Ann McWilliams, Susan Nickerson, THIRD ROW: Susan Holloway, Pat Pope, Jasper Pittman, Carolyn Woodard, Nancy
Smith, Johnny Robinson, Billy Foy, Barry Musgrove, David Spence. FOURTH ROW: Delbert Wilkes, Byron Bright, William
Slack, Guy Farley, Jim Knighton, David Halterman, Tommy Pease, Donald Woodard, Eddie Farabough, Benny Wreyford.
The S.H.S. Science Club encourages initiative
and creativity in scientific endeavor. Its purpose
is to emphasize the part science plays in everyday
life and in the progress and safety of the nation.
This year the club heard Dr. Hull, from North-
western, speak on bacteriologyg Dr. Hugh C. Land,
from Northwestern, on nature study, and Dr. Ralph
A. Worley, from Shreveport, on general astronomy.
The club attended the Regional Science Fair in
Shreveport and the International Science Fair in
Tommy Britt is president of the club. Grey Bar-
ham is vice-president. Terry Bandy serves as secre-
tary-treasurer. Mr. W. T. Bowen is the sponsor.
Science club members await the arrival of their guest
speaker, Dr. Heigh C. Land.
Science Club I-Tears Outstanding Speakers
FIRST ROW: Francis Carson, Elton DeLoach, Terry Bundy-secretary-treasurer, Pat Wolfington, Lushen Stewart, Johnny
Hicks, Steve O'Glee. SECOND ROW: Tommy Hampton, Billy Lindsey, Kenneth O,Glee, Tommy Helms, Grey Barham-
vice-president, George Simmons, Lester Roan, Wayne Lemons, Duck Wesson. THIRD ROW: Tommy Harris, Jimmie
Fritz, Larry Williams, Jerry Markham, Don Griffith, Eloy Farrington, Bennie Smith, Roy Lemons. FOURTH ROW: Ray
Huddlcston, Tommy Brittgpresident, Mike Parker, Dale Slack, Chuck Burford, Bill Burnett, Harold Peterson, Tommy Formby,
The Radio Club, S.H.S.'s newest club, was
formed this year to provide an opportunity for
those persons interested in gaining an amateur
radio license. The 12 members have learned the
Morse Code and other basic radio theory.
An F.C.C. amateur license will be required for
membership beyond the first year.
The club meets on regular club days, on Monday
nights, and after school 2 days a week. Mr. Val
Marshall is the sponsor.
Mr. Marshall explains the intricate details of radio con-
struction to Larry Miller and Larry Yates. Richard Gray
Radio Club to Earn Amateur License
FIRST ROW: Jerry Eubanks, Byron Bright, Robert Woodard, Rodney Burns, Ron Keene, Teddy Eubanks, Richard
Gray. SECOND ROW: Cary Boucher, Jimmie Stewart, Larry Smith, Mr. Marshall fsponsorl Larry Yates.
coming parade, had the winning float in the pa-
OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Terry Benson, President, Ronnie Darst, vice-president, Buddy Burke, secretary, SECOND ROW:
Tim Jester, historian, Ricky Darst, assistant historian, Jimmy Stewart, treasurer.
.A. Club Wins 2nd Troph
For the second year the l.A. Club won the
honorary trophy for the stateis second most out-
standing I.A. Chapter. This year they furnished all
wood for the bonfires, cleaned up after the home-
Current projects are the furnishing of concrete
benches for the courtyard and helping to keep the
city park clean. They cooperate with the state
project of collecting wood and pine cones for
forestry kits used in elementary school.
rade, built the set for the Senior play, and decorated The Outstanding club is sponsored by lVlr. Jess
the outside of the building at Christmas. Easely.
FIRST ROW: Loy Clements, David Faircloth, Joe Carathers, Steve Singleton, Diane Farley, Emily Allen fhonorary secretariesl,
Lamar Farrington, Bruce Smith, Jess Easley. SECOND ROW': Gary McLain, Larry Bilbray, Merlyn Arnold, Mike LeMay, Ronnie
Darst, Wayne Knippers, Kenny Barnard, Duck Wesson, Bob Burns. THIRD ROW: Charles Parker, Ronald Alexander, Dennis
Ward, Thomas Jester, Ricky Lucas, Jerry Brown, Ricky Lindsey, Jerry Grisham, Larry Barmore, Larry Umphries. FOURTH
ROW: Johnny Perkins, Lonnie Crowder, Ronnie Edwards, Mike Collins, Van Bolton, Gary Combs, Terry Benson, Teddy
Pearson, Gary Mouser, Bill O'Brien. FIFTH ROW: Jessie Henson, Gary Boucher, Reynolds Dunn, Dennis Nelson, George
Gray, Ronald Shaver, Charles Hudgeons, Jimmie Ebarb, Jimmie Stewart, Buddy Burke, Mike Parker.
FIRST ROW: Gayle Craig, Brenda Hawthorne, Sharon Bethany, Janice Moore, Cynthia Williams, Jimmy Sterling, Cathy
Wynne, Vickie Witte, Ann Craig. SECOND ROW: Kathy Beene, Barbara Mize, Donna Nichols, Dianne Dickson, Peggy
Burns, Marie Griffin, Jo Ellen Haynes, Dianne Brown, Sandra Kendrick. THIRD ROW: Ann Masters, Sherryl Hall, Mary
Alice Beck, Barbara Harris, Patty George, Vicki Cardwell, Bibbi Barnard, Sue Derryberry, DeWanda Baker. FOURTH
ROW: Juanelda Nolan, Mary Barfoot, Linda Reeme, Sandra Masters, Pat Hanson, Sarah Rich, Barbara Thomas, Brenda
Modisette, Reba Harvey. FIFTH ROW: Stella Thomas, Peggy Andrews, Judy Stevens, Susan Gilliam, Steve Mobley,
Diana Brown, Sue Morse, Phyllis Morse, Charlotte Modisette.
F.T. . Hosts District Workshop
Janice Moore, Jimmy Sterling, and Steve Mobley pay close
attention to lectures given at F.T.A. Club meetings.
Patty George, president, Mrs. Jane Tidwell, spon-
sor, and the fifty members of The Future Teachers
of America Club were hosts to the 4th District
Workshop in November. Mr. R. O. Machen, Super-
intendent of Vvebster Parish Schools, was their
In February members attended a Workshop at
Woodlawn High School. In April representatives
heard Dr. Willa Faust, National Director, speak to
the State Convention in Baton Rouge.
Officers for '65-'66 were Ann and Gayle Craig,
vice-president, Sharon Bethany, secretary, Peggy
Andrews, treasurer: Charlotte Modisette, reporter,
and Vickie Witte, historian.
The installation of new officers was held at the
annual spring banquet.
FIRST ROW: Mary Edwards, Emily Allen, Carolyn Wesson, Linda Monk, Sherry Hughes, Cheryl Thompson, Clydeanna Cobb,
Anita Thompson, Renee Oller. SECOND ROW: Bessie Key, Diane Farley, Sheila Lyons, Peggy Sullivan, Gloria Cochran, Ann
Moore, Renae Pickard, Patricia Farrington, Lynda Zimmerman. THIRD ROW: Carolyn McKinnis, Joyce Allen, Janice
Taylor, Deborah Jackson, Becky Lee, Gail Sears, Becky Grigg, Terry Bandy, Barbara Cheatham, Eileen Holden.
The Future Nurses Club, S.I'I.S.'s largest organi-
zation, serves as Candy Stripers at the two local
hospitals and at The Fountain View Nursing Home.
Serving after school hours, on weekends, on. holi-
days, and during su.mmer vacations, these students
give invaluable aid to the local staff as they in-
Nurses Give Unselfish Service
crease their knowledge of the basic routines of
nursing. Sixty hours of service entitle a student to
wear a cap. After sixty hours of service, the Future
Nurses also earn a pin.
The F.N.C. held its Christmas party at the
American Legion Home on December 23rd.
FIRST ROW: Jo Brown, Brenda Beshea, Margie Smigiel, Gloria Strange, Nelda Brown, Becky Smith, Sandra Franklin,
Judy Robertson, Shirley Smith. SECOND ROW: Jeannette Smith, Donna Wilson, Annie Cole, Betty Burrell, Shirley Hearron,
Bobbie Woods, Belinda Budwah, Dolores O'Brien, Edna Wright, Ann De Loach. THIRD ROW: Karen Franklin, Pat Pope,
Gwen Davis, Barbara Hicks, Sharon Masters, Sandra Collins, Linda Tripp, Drucilla Jones, Vickie Woods, Debbie Hudnall,
Mary Shaffer. FOURTH ROW: Donnie White, Gail Hall, Belinda Edwards, Elizabeth Gray, Cheryl Myers, Margaret Tripp,
Carolyn Wilburn, Linda Gerrald, Rita McDonald, Donna Smith, Mary Mason.
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FIRST ROW: Ann Hair, Linda Smith, Barbara Bandy, Brenda Baker, Becky Willis, Belinda Willis, Carolyn Sewell, Gwen
Wynne. SECOND ROW: Elaine Rhymes, Etta Dees, Kathy Tyson, Glenda McDonald, Portia Williams, Theresa Taylor, Karen
Jones, Melba Huckabee, Darlene Johnson. THIRD ROW: Sheila Watson, Brenda Faircloth, Vicki Smith, Mary Brown,
Jackie Dubois, Sylvia Hale, Cathy Fish, Mary Mills, Judy Smith. FOURTH ROW: Oneita Ketchum, Linda Parker, Wanda
Stanford, Becky McEachern, Jackie Collins, Cynthia Greene, Kaye Stewart, Faye Taylor, Janice Thompson, Brenda Maus,
Jane Madden. FIFTH ROW: Nona Hampton, Bonnie Dumas, Barbara Austin, Peggy Morris, Melba Sciortino, Sue Lee, Brenda
Williams, Janice Pharr, Donna Rayburn, Donna Hartley, Betty Kilpatrick.
62 F.H.A. Members Serve Others
FHA members listen attentively as their guest speaker,
Brother Jerry Kidd, speaks on home and family living.
The sixty-two members of the Future Horne-
makers of America gain an appreciation of the
satisfactions of homemaking.
Their programs are enriched by qualified speak-
ers. Rev. Jerry Kidd spoke on The Christian Home.
Mrs. Ann Harper explained '4Careers,'. Miss Careece
Perritt stressed "Good Health, A Valuable Assetn
The club presented a Thanksgiving program at
the Fountain View Nursing Home. They carried
fruits and magazines to the patients. They gave
financial aid to the Mentally Retarded Adult Group.
At Christmas they collected toys, clothes, and food
for needy families.
FIRST ROW: Katie Caughman, Sandra Evans, Donna Nichols, Janice Moore, Linda Henslee, Jan Denmon, Connie Nealy,
Marcille Shaver, Dina Gildon. SECOND ROW: Frankie Strickland, .ludy Teague, Linda Crowder, Sharon Wesson, Donna
Spencer, Edith Stewart, Laura Barfoot, Marilyn Goodwin, Janice Eharb. THIRD ROW: Betty Dennis, Sandra May, Glenes
Davis, Diane McGee, Frances Hunt, Brenda Gryder, Shirley Rogers, Elizabeth Slack, Reba Mullins, Donna Myers. FOURTH
ROW: Mildred Harvey, Phyllis Jackson, Loretta Nelson, Gary Wilburn, Thomas Markham, Ronald Dunn, Benny Wreyford,
Glenda Smith, Betty Hood. Helen Thurman, Elaine Dennis, Tricia Witte.
F.B.L. . Enters the World
FBLA members pause before meeting begins. V91
Forty-one business students under the direction
of Future Business Leaders of America club spon-
sor, Mrs. Betty Butts, and president, Frankie Strick-
land, learn more about the world of commerce.
One speaker this year Was Mrs. Margaret Bryan.
She detailed the experiences involved in owning
oneis own business.
The F.B.L.A. sells candy, has cake sales, and
sponsors an annual smorgasbord to finance its
The club attends all F.B.L.A. conventions.
FIRST ROW: Lester Roan, Raymond Carson, Grey Barham, Jlm Gayle, Mike Martin, Jerry Tyler, David Landers. SECOND
ROW: Danny Parker, Philip Jackson, George Simmons, Roy Dale Strother-vparliamentarian, Rudell Vaughan-secretary
treasurer. THIRD ROW: Don Addison-president, Curtis Nesbit, Danny Edens, Pat Cooper, Gary Flint. FOURTH ROW:
Delbert Wilks, Gary Blanton, Bill Lodge, William Slack, John Dunn. FIFTH ROW: Coach Farrar, Tony Doster, Kenny
Wreyford, David Cutchins, Larry Stone, Donald Woodardw vice-president.
"S" Club Members Earn arsity Letters
Members of the "S" club show great exuberance in antici-
pation of the Jesuit game.
"S" club membership is limited to those who
have earned a letter in a varsity sport. Twenty-
seven boys, representing football, basketball, track,
and golf, are members.
Don Addison is the only member who has let-
tered in three sports.
Six football lettermen made the All-District
team. Kenny Wreyford was chosen for All-State.
Five boys received athletic scholarships.
"S" club members give service to the school by
doing cafeteria and hall duty.
Officers of the club are Don Addison, president,
Donald Woodard, vice-president, and Rudelle
Vaughn, secretary-treasurer. Coach Travis Farrar
is the club sponsor.
The Spanish Club, sponsored by Mrs. Margaret
Bryan and led by president, Bill Lodge, attended
a performance of Don Quixote at the Marjorie
Lyons Theater in Shreveport. They sponsored the
Spanish National Honor Society initiation. They
featured the Banana Sisters, who appeared on a
Shreveport television program on Christmas Eve.
They entered a float in the Chamber of Commerce
Christmas parade. They sold tickets to the American
The club meets in the home of the members.
Larry Stone is vice-president, Clydeanna Cobb,
secretary, Stephanie Lineberry, reporter, and
Johnny Robinson, parliamentarian. '
Spanish Club members scramble for candy after Clyde-
anna Cobb breaks the pinata.
Los Conquistodores See Don uixote
FIRST ROW: Mike Willis, Sharon Bethany, Stephanie Lineberry, Peggy Burns, Katie Caughman, Sherry Hughes, .Ianice
Moore, Mike Thomas. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Bryan, Linda Reeme, Jan Nations, Cindy Horne, Ann Masters, Sara Allen,
Claudia Quina, Beverly Corhell. THIRD ROW: Wayne Smith, Jim Gayle, Shirley Loschen, Lane Smith, Kay Baucum,
Clydeanna Cobb, Susan Nickerson, Patricia Lineberry. FOURTH ROW: .Iohnny Robinson, Pam Kersh, Kathy Odom, Donnis
Jarrett, Sue Boucher, Christy Haynes, Janet Sapp, Dianne Hampton, Pat Pope, Cheryl Myers, Carolyn Smith. FIFTH
ROW: David Spence, Jerry Brown, Jerry Markham, Byron Bright, Bill Lodge, Larry Stone, Barry Musgrove, Gary Combs,
Mike LeMay, Jasper Pittman.
FIRST ROW: Randy Kirkley, Jeanne McLaren, Nancy Weible, Dianne Weible, Brenda Burnham, Daphne Roberts, Scott
Cardwell. SECOND ROW: Diana Rodgers, Anita Hughes, Ronnie Smith, Bill Stevens, Theresa McConnell, Debbie Wood,
Patricia Flournoy, Susie Haynes. THIRD ROW: Sam Waller, Roianna McCormick, Judy Harper, Mary Beth Rhea, Donna
Bolton, Diane Starritt, Jerry Blake, Ronnie Hearnsberger, Paul Davis. FOURTH ROW: Donald Bartley, Donald Camp,
.lunior Brown, Mark Hunt, Billy Foy, James Pennington, Steve Keith, Sandra Wimberly, Curtis Robertson, David Spence,
Jimmy Yates, FIFTH ROW: Tony Cheatham, Tommy Vaughan, Calvin Knighton, Larry LeMay, Carry Knighton, Mike Craig,
Sidney Farmer, Butch Slack, Gary Toms, Michael Atkins, Eddie Farabough.
The Sounds of Music
Echo From the Band Room
Stephen Keith, an enthusiastic member of the Music Club,
displays his talent on the trombone.
The music club gives band students and other
musicians the opportunity to play music not sched-
uled in their regular band period. It also serves as
a music appreciation class.
Mr. Louis Pund, band director, is the sponsor:
Dianne Weible is the president. Other officers are
Mike Atkins, vice-president! and Nancy Weible,
The Christian Youth Club, an interdenomina-
tional club of religious minded youth, was or-
ganized last spring. Their goal is the promotion
of Christian standards in the school. Richard
Huber heads the group as president. Other officers
are Gary Wilburn, vice-president and Reba Mullins,
secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Elba Haynes and Mrs.
Betty Butts co-sponsor the group.
The club holds a weekly chapel service each
Monday morning at 7:55 a.m.
As a fund raising project, the club sponsored a
"Songspiration.', They also sponsored the "Melodi-
Aires" from Natchez, Mississippi.
Frances Hunt, Loretta Nelson, Gary Wilburn, and .lo
Brown discuss chapel plans with Mrs. Butts.
The Christian Youth Club Holds Chapel
FIRST ROW: Elba Haynes, Reba Mullins, Jo Brown, Nelda Brown, Mary Brown, Linda Crowder, Drucilla Jones, Danny
Smith, Betty Butts. SECOND ROW: Betty Dennis, Linda Parker, Linda Tripp, Carolyn Wilburn, Elaine Dennis, Barbara
Flora, Loretta Nelson, Georgie Watters, Billy Henson. THIRD ROW: Robert Parkerson, Gary Wilburn, Larry Miller, Ronald
Dunn, Benny Wreyford, Frances Hunt, Sue Morse, Thomas Markham, Richard Huber, David Landers.
CHEERLEADERS: Cathy Wynn, Janis Nations, Kay Baucum, Terri Curtis, Linda Henslee, Vicki Cardwell. FIRST ROW:
Sharon Bethany, Ann Craig, Reba Harvey, Joyce Allen, Gwen' Wynn, Gayle Craig. SECOND ROW: Anita Kay Allen,
Betty Hood, Cynthia Williams, Emily Allen, Bonnie Dumas, Marilyn Goodwin, Vickie Witte, Brenda Gryder, Shelia Lyons,
Phyllis Jackson, Katie Caughman. THIRD ROW: Sherry Hughes, Beverly White, Margie Smigiel, Barbara Mize, Kathie
Beene, Linda Robertson, Pam Kersh, Stephanie Lincberry, Susan Nickerson, Claudia Quina, Pam Staten. FOURTH ROW:
Elizabeth Grey, Vickie Lyons, Christy Haynes, Sue Boucher, Jane Madden, Rita Kay McDonald, Sharon Wesson, Elaine
Sanders, Janet Sapp, Brenda Martin, Pat Pope. FIFTH ROW: Pam Duke, Linda Lasiter, Cathy Cadenhead, Patty Quina,
Elaine Lineberry, Cecile Thompson, Pam Wesson, Peggy Griggs, Kathy Lodge, Sandra Bell, SIXTH ROW: Debbie Jack-
son, Debbie Murph,-Connie Smith, Alice Byrd, Judy Harper, Reba Martin, Dianne Pepper, Diane Hampton, Carolyn Wallace,
Linda Monk. SEVENTH ROW: Darlene Johnson, Gloria Cochran, Belinda Willis, Teresa Mobley, Mary Bonner, Barbara
Pease, Marty Piepenbring, Patricia Sterling, Teresa Price, Cheryl Myers. EIGHTH ROW: Janice Taylor, Becky Willis, Jan
Sanders, Jana Price, Sara Allen, Mary Gillespie, Kathy Hollan, Melissa Graves, Cindy Horne.
Pep Squad Performs at Ball Games
The Pep Squad serves as the official booster of
spirit at football and basketball games. Led by
the cheerleaders, the Pep Squad becomes the voice
of S.H.S. They also perform on the football field in
pregame ceremonies. This year at homecoming the
Pep Squad performed at half-time with the band in
honoring the queen and her court. The Squad also
marched in the homecoming parade.
This year, for the first time, the Pep Squad
formed two dance teams and performed at basket-
ball games. They also formed two teams and played
a girls, football game.
Gayle Craig serves as president of the Pep
Squad. Gwen Wynn is vice-president, Joyce Allen
is secretary, and Reba Harvey is treasurer. The
drummers are Ann Craig and Sharon Bethany. Miss
Stegall is the sponsor.
PIANIST: Mary Barfoot. FIRST ROW: Gayle Craig, Ann Craig, Jan Nations, Cathy Wynne, Cecile Thompson, Marilyn
Goodwin, Vickie Witte, Jo Brown, Peggy Griggs, Cathy Cadenhead. SECOND ROW: Donna Wilson, Beverly Corbell, Nelda
Brown, Portia Williams, Harryette Manuel, Diane Brown, Barbara Mize, Margie Srnigiel, Edith Stewart, Renee Pickard,
Judy' Smith, Donna Spencer, Sara Allen, Patty George, Sharon Bethany.
Boys' Chorus New to S.H.S.
FIRST ROW: David Wesson, Dale Reynolds, Jerry Blake, Stephen Keith, Russel Burnham, Butch Slack. SECOND ROW:
Tommy Vaughan, Donnie White, Benny Wreyford, Eddie Farahough, Jimmy Yates.
THIRD ROW: Sharon Wesson, Sylvia Hale, Cheryl Thompson, Marcille Shaver, Renae Oller, Vickie Smith, Becky McEachern,
Brenda Martin, Brenda Gryder, Judy Harper, Bobbie Woods, Mary Brown, Linda Smith, Cindy Horne. FOURTH ROW: Ruth
Ann Holmes, Jo Ellen Haynes, Terri Curtis, Shirley Loschen, Terry Bandy, Janice Ebarb, Gwen Wynne, Melissa Graves, Elaine
Lineberry, Janice Thompson, Shelia Watson, Delores O'Brien, Mary Shaffer, Mary Mills, Mable Farrington, Brenda Folks.
FIFTH ROW: Linda Tripp, Drucilla Jones, Vicki Cardwell, Vickie Woods, Becky Lee, Dianne Pepper, Donnis Jarrett, Carolyn
McKinnis, Rita Kay McDonald, Barbara Cheatham, Margaret Tripp, Judy Parkerson, Pat Hanson, Kay Baucum, Patty Quina,
Sue Boucher, Reba Harvey, Dianne McGee, Glenes Davis.
Girls' Chorus Numbers 75
The Girls' Chorus presents two annual concerts
-one at Christmas and one in the spring. They
perform at a Christmas assembly.
Approximately seventy-five, girls will attend the
chorus festival in Ruston and the All-District Chorus
in Monroe. Representatives from the group will also
attend the music rally in Baton Rouge.
The 1965 Chorus attended the state chorus festi-
Mrs. Maxine Pender is the chorus director, Patty
George is the chorus president.
The Boys' Chorus was formed in late November.
A strong interest on the part of the group made
Mrs. Pender willing to practice with them after
school and at night. They gave their first perform-
ance at the Christmas assembly.
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FIRST ROW: Donna Nichols, Donna Bolton, Laura Barfoot, Elizabeth Weible SECOND ROW: Brenda Burnham,
McLaren, Sandra Wimberly, Evelyn McMullen, Patty Twitty, Diana Rogers, Anita Hughes, Patricia Flournoy, Debbie
THIRD ROW: Teresa McConnell, Debbie Timmons, Judy Stevens, Kathy Odom, Carolyn Woodard, Russ Burnham,
Staritt, Marilyn Farley, Eileen Holden, Elaine Dennis, Nancy
Davis, Ronald Keene, Susan Gilliam, David Halterman, Jo
Haynes FIFTH ROW: Jeanii Harrison, Cathy Fish, Diana
Bill Stephens, James Pennington, Loretta Cheatham SIXTH
Spence, Eddie F arabough, Mike Atkins, -Mike Craig, Byron
Pund, Donald Bartley, Bruce Robinson, Steve Keith, Tommy
Brown, Sandra Craig, Darlene Souter, Karen Jones, Jerry
Bright, Junior Brown, Randy Kirkley SEVENTH ROW
Weible FOURTH ROW: Daphne Roberts, Beverly Corbell,
Ann McWilliams, Betty Dennis, Roianna McCormick,
ROW: Brenda Hawthorne, Mary Beth Rhea, Billy Foy,
Britt, Calvin Knighton, Gary Knighton, Mark Hunt, Jimmy Fritz,
Linda Reeme, Gary Pool EIGHTH ROW: Donald Camp, Curtis Robertson, Paul Davis, Richard Gray, Benny Wreyford,
Tommy Vaughan, Guy Farley, Tony Cheatam, Jimmy Sterling, Jimmy Yates
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Band Has Self-Governing Council
The 1966 Springhill High School Band is one
of the school's outstanding organizations. Under
the leadership of Mr. Louis Pund the band com-
pleted a successful marching season in November
and then spent the remainder of the year in con-
This was the second year that the hand had
functioned under a self-governing council. This
year the band council was headed by Russell
Burnham, Captain, and Donna Bolton, Drum Ma-
jor. First Lieutenants elected to the council were
seniors David Halterman and Elizabeth Wieble and
juniors Linda Beeme and David Spence. Second
Lieutenants were sophomores To Ann McWilliams
and Curtis Robertson and freshmen Patricia Flour-
noy and Scot Cardwell. The majorettes were repre-
sented by the head majorette, Donna Nichols.
Laura Barfoot served the band this year as secre-
The band had as special guest conductor and
clinician Mr. Jimmy Reynolds, Director of Music
for Louisiana Tech. Mr. Reynolds visited the school
Besides its regular marching dates, the Lumber-
jack Band participated in the annual State Fair
Parade in Shreveport.
"lt is the men and women so poured in and out
all day that gave the building a soul of dreams and
thoughts and memories?
A sound of laughter-
A boy and a girl Walking down the hall-
Books falling from a locker-
A cheerful goodmorning greeting-
Students reciting "Pope" in preparation
for a 8:10 test-
The ring of a bell-
The rushing to a class-
Another day begins at S.H.S. in '66
A NEW YEAR FOR OLD TRADITIONS.
The high quality of S.H.S. students is traditional.
ln their search to know themselves and others, they
go unassumingly but sincerely about their task of
growing up. Mr. Olive said of them, "I am proud
of you as a school. I am proud of you as an indi-
vidual student. It is gratifying to Work with stu-
dents Who still believe in ideals, morality, and
The ring of a bell-
A cheerful goodbye-
The building is emptied-
But tomorrow again they will bring their dreams
and thoughts and memories and the building shall
have its soul.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: David Cutchins, Kenny Wreyford, Donald Woodard, Curtis Nesbit, Danny Edens
Senior Class Officers
Donald Woodard-President Danny Edens-Vice-President
Kenny Wreyford-Secretary Curtis Nesbit-Treasurer
David Cutchins-Sergeant-at-A rms
DONALD RAY ADDISON
Football-3, 4, Team Captain-4, basketball-
2, 3, 4, Baseball-l, "SH Cluh-2, 3, 4, President
-4, Class Vice-president-1, Class Favorite-3,
Homeroom Representative-2, 3, Senator-4, Na-
tional Student Council Convention-3, Ed Shultz
Award-4, Hall of Fame-4.
ANITA KAY ALLEN
Pep Squad-l, 2, 3, 4, FBLA-1, Drainatics
Club-2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports-4, Senior Play
EMILY KAY ALLEN
FBLA-1, 2, Pep Squad-3, 4, Squad Leader-
4, Honorary Secretary of IA Club-4, Senior
JOYCE FAYE ALLEN
FBLA-1, 2, Pep Squad-3, 4, Secretary-4,
FTA-1, 2, Convention-3, Treasurer-4
DAIL AUSTIN, JR.
FHA-1, 3, FBLA-2
Pep Squad-1, FBLA-1, Dramatics Club-2,
F TA-3, 4
LAURA ANN BARFOOT
Pep Squad-I, FBLA-I, 4, Spanish Club-
1, 2, Band-2, 3, 4, Council-4, Majorette-4,
Axe Staff-2, 3, 4, Exchange Editor-4, Math
Club-3, 4, Vice-president-4, District Rally-
1, 3, State Rally-3, Alternate Homeroom Rep-
resentative-4, Leadership-3, Quill and Scroll
-4, National Honor Society-4
GREY GARDNER BARHAM
Science Club-2, 3, 4, Vice-president-4, HSN
Club-4, Golf-2, 3, 4
VIVIAN INEZ BARNARD
FTA-1, 2, 3, 4, Class Favorite-3, Class Beauty
-3, Basketball-I, 2, 3, Pep Squad-1, 2, 3
BILLY KAY BAUCUM
Class Beauty-1, 2, Pep Squad-1, 2, Cheer-
leader-3, 4, Dramatics Club-1, Homeroom
Representative-I, 4, Class Favorite-2, Class
Secretary-2, Debate Club-2, 3, Treasurer-
3, Axe Staff-2, 3, 4, State Rally-2, 3, District
Rally-2, 3, Speech Rally-2, 3, Spanish Club
-3, 4, Spanish Honor Society-4, Northwestern
Cheerleader School-2, SMU Cheerleader School
-3, Senior Play, Quill and Scroll-4, National
Honor Society-4 Hall of Fame-4
MARY ALICE BECK
F.T.A.-4, Senior Play-4g Transferred from
Arkansas High, Texarkana, Arkansas
Industrial Arts Club-2, 3, 4, vice-president-3,
BILLY SHARON BETHANY
F.N.A.-15 Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 4, Drummer-4g
Spanish Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian-1,
Banana Sisters-4, F.T.A.-2, 3, 4, State con-
vention-3, 4, Secretary-4g Math Club-3, 4g
Girls' Sextet-45 All-district Chorus-4
Industrial Arts Club-4
GARY BLANTON ,
Science Club-1, 2, P.E. Club-3g MS" Club-
3, 4, Football-3, 4, All-district-4
DONNA LOUISE BOLTON
Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette-1, 2, 3, Drum Major
-4, Executive Council-43 Dramatics Club-1,
23 F. N. A.-35 Alternate Homeroom representa-
tive 3g Senator-4, Student Council Workshop
-4g Senior Play-4
THOMAS M. BRITT
Golf-4, Music Club-1, 2g Science Club-
3, 4, Parish representative to Jr. Academy of
Science-3, president-43 Local 81 Regional St
State Science Fair Winner-I. 2, 3g Rally 4
.I O BROWN
FNA-I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Striper-2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary-4g CYC-3, 4
JERRY WAYNE BROWN
CYC-3, 4g Spanish Club-4, Science-3, 43
IA Club-l, 23 Science Club-3, 4
RUSSELL CLIFTON BURNHAM
Music Club-lg Band-1, 2, 3, 4, President-45
All-State Marching Band-3, Masonic Award-
2, 3, 4, Literary Rally-3, State Music Rally-
3, 45 Annual Staff-2, 3, 4, Business Manager-
4g Quill and Scroll-4, Boys Chorus-45 Leader-
ship-3 Pelican State-3, Senior Play, National
Honor Society-4, Hall of Fame-4
TOMMY GLEN CAMPBELL
Science Club-I, 2, 3g Dramatics Club-4
VICKI LYNN CARDWELL
Beauty-1, 4g Homeroom Representative-4, Al-
ternate-1g Math Club-2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian
-3, Dramatics Club-lg FTA-2, 3, 4, District
Representative-4, Student Government Day Al-
derman-2g Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, Cheerleader-
4g SMU Cheerleader School-3, Senior Playg
Intramural Sports-3, 4g Class Favorite-4, De-
bate Rally-3g Debate Club-3, 4, FTA State
Convention-3, 4, Axettes-4g National Honor
Football-3, 45 HS" Club-45 Homeroom Alter-
KATIE LOU CAUGHMAN
FHA-1, FBLA-2, 3, 4, Treasurer-4, Pep
Squad-1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club-4, Spanish
BEVERLY KAYE CORBELL
Class Treasurer-I, Pep Squad-I, Dramatics
Club-I, Spanish ClubA2, 3, 4, Axe Staff-2,
3, 4, Music Club-2, Bandf2, 3, 4, Student
Council, Homeroom Representative-l,, 2, 3,
Treasurer-4, State Convention-I, 4, Leadership
-3, Quill and Scroll-4, All-District Chorus-
4, Senior Play, Hall of Fame-4, Student Coun-
JESSICA ANN CRAIG
FNA-lg FTA-2, 3, 4, Secretary-3, Vice-Presi-
dent-4, Convention-3, Pep Squad-I, 2, 3, 4,
Axettes-4, Miss Merry Christmas-4 ,Math Club
-2, 3, 4, Literary Rally-4 Intramural Sports
-3, 4, Alternate Homeroom Representative-3,
National Honor Society-4
SAMANTHA GAYLE CRAIG
F.N.A.-1, F.T.A.-2, 3, 4, Reporter-3 Vice
President-3, State Convention-3, Math Club-
2, 3, 4, Sportsmanship rally-3, Pep Squad-
I, 2, 3, 4, President-4, Axetts-4, Intramural
Sp0rtsw3, 4, Miss Merry Christmas-4, Alter-
nate homeroom representative-2, National Hon-
or Society-4, Chorus secretary-3
MICHAEL BENSO'N CRAIG
Bandil, 2, 3, 4, Music cluh-2, 3, 4
FHA-I, Dramaties Cluh- CYA-3, 4, FBLA
DAVID LEE CUTCHINS
Class sergeant-at-arms-I, 4, NSU club-I, 2, 3,
4, Football-2, 3, 4, All District-4, Track-
2, 3, 4
RONNIE RAY DARSVI'
Industrial Arts Club-2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian
-3, Vice president-4, P.E. Club-I
Seniors Emerge as Leaders in '66
Linda Henslee smiles as she reviews Mrs. Branch's latest
English IV assignment ?
Vicki Cardwell poses for Mr. Walden at his downtown
studio. These pictures are but one of the distinctions
common to seniors.
.leanii Harrison and Russ Burnham, senior members of the
band, collect souvenir eagle from the Publications Float in
the Homecoming Parade.
Nancy Smith, David Halterman, Jan Nations, and Beverly
Corbell examine sample senior rings held for them by
Seniors Evaluate Themselves, Plan Careers
PE Club-l, 2 Q
QON A ETTIE PEARL DEES
FHA-1, 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Helper-2, 3, 4
WILLIAM MONTELE DICKSON
ROY ANTHONY DOSTER
Science Club-2, Basketball Manager-3, 4, HS'
Club-3, 4g FTA-4
BONNIE SUE DUMAS
Vice-President-4, Pep Squad-2, 3, 4
Band-l, 2, 3,,4g Football-3, 4, Senior Play
WILLIAM DANNY EDENS.
PE Club-Ig "S" Club-2, 3, 4, Class Vice
President-3, 4g Basketball-2, 3g Football-2
3, 43 Track-1, 2
Football Manager-lg Science Club-2, 3, 45
FHA-1, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer-29 Secretary-35
PE Club-lg Music Club-23 "S" Club-3, 4:
PE Club-1, Science Club-2, 3g CYC-3, 4,
SANDRA JEAN EVANS
F.B.L.A.fI, 4, FHA-+3
EDWARD ELLIOTT FARABOUGH
Music Club-I, 2, 3, 4, Math Club-3, 4, Treas-
urer-4g Teen Town Council-3, 4, All-Star
Band-lg All-State Marching Band-3, Track-
3, 43 National Honor Society-43 Senior Play-4
FBLA-I, 2, FNA-3, 4g Honorary Secretary
of Industrial Arts Club-43 Pep Squad-4
Science Club-lg Music Club-2, 3, 4, Senior
Play, Band-I, 2, 3, 4
JOHN ELOY FARRINGTON
Science Club-4, National Honor Society-4
Science Club-Ig PE Club-2, "S" Club-3, 4,
BARBARA ANN FLORA
FHA-19 Dramatics Club-2, 3, 43 CYC-3, 4,
Science Club-2, 3, 4, Parish Representative-4
SANDRA KAYE FRANKLIN
Football!4g "Sr" Club-4
JAMES AGURS GAYLE JR.
Science Club-Ig Spanish Club-2, 3, 4, Treas-
urer-4 Football-3, 4, All-District-4g HS". Club
-3, 43 National Honor Societyfflg Spanish Hon-
or Societyg President-4, John David Crowe
PATTY GAYNELL GEORGE
FTA-1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President-4, State Con-
vention-3, 4, Math Club-2, 3, 4g Alternate
Homeroom Representative-3g Class Secretary-
3g Music Rally-3, 4, All-District Chorus-3, 4,
Chorus Trio and Sextet-3, 4, National Honor
FBLA-I, 2, 3, 4, Historianw3g Pep Squad-
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer-3g Sportsmanship Council-
4g All-District Chorus-4
AVERY ELBA GRAVES III
GEORGE HARPER GRAY
Industrial Arts Cluh-l, 2, 4, PE Club-3
ANITA MARIE GRIFFIN
FTA-1, 2, 3, Dramatics Club-2, Spanish Club
--3, Math Club-4, Literaiy Rally-3, Spanish
Honor Society-4, Senior Play, Alternate Home-
IA Club-I, 2,, P.E. Club-3, Science Club-4
BECKY DEE GRIGG
Pep Squad-I, 2, 3, FTA-1, Dramatics Club-
2, FNA-3, 4, Math 'Club-4, Intramural Sports
Pep Squad-2, 3, 4, FHA-1, 2, 3, FBLA-4,
Senior Play, Axetts-4, Intramural Sports-3,
4, Parliamentary Team-4
DAVID EDWARD HALTERMAN
Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Council-I, 3, 4, Music Club
-I, Axe Staff-2, 3, 4, Student Government
Day fAIdermanJ-2, 3, Student Council, Home-
room Representative-3, Parliamentarian-4,
Speech Rally-4, Senior Play, Math Club-
4, Pelican Boys State-3, Leadership-3 Amer-
ican Legion Oratorical Winner-4.
FBLA-2, FHA-3, 4, FNA-2, Candy Striper-
2, Pep Squad-I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports-3, 4
THOMAS WADE HAMPTON
Pep Squad-I, 3, Spanish Club-2, 3, Historian
-2, Dramatics Club-I, 2, FNA-3, Student
Council, Corresponding Secretary-4, FTA-4,
Speech Rally-4, Intramural Sports-3, 4
Dramatics Club-I., Pep Squad-1, Speech Rally
-I, 2, Literary Rally-I, 4, Student Council,
Homeroom Representative-1, 2, Teenorama Col-
umnist-3, 4, Axe Staff-2, 3, 4, Editor-4,
Band-2, 3, 4, Math Club-3, Spanish Club-2,
3, 4, President-3, Lumberjack Statistician-2,
3, 4, Debate Club 2, 3, Leadership-3, Pelican
Girls State-3, Senior Play, National Honor So-
ciety-4, Quill and Scroll-4, Hall of Fame-4,
Student Government Day, Alderman-2
MILDRED ELAINE HARVEY
FBLA-2, 3, 4, FTA-1, Basketball-2, 3, 4
.IO ELLEN HAYNES
FTA-I, 2, 3, 4, Convention-3, Rally 1, 2, 3,
Intramural Sports-3, 4, Pelican Girls State-3,
National Honor Society-4
LINDA SUE HENSLELE
Homecoming Maid-I, Beauty-I, 2, 3, Home-
room Representative-3, 4, Alternate-I, 2, Pep
Squad-I, Cheerleader-2, 3, 4, Cheerleader
School, NSC-2, 3, SMU-4, Axe Staff-2, 3, 4,
,Circulation Manager-4, Dramatics Club-I,
Math Club-2, Speech Rally-4, Leadership-
3, Senior Play, National Honor Society-4, Hall
BETTY CAROL HOOD
Dramatics Club-I, FBLA-3, 4, Pep Squad-
3, 4, Intramural Sports-3, 4, Literary Rally-
1, 2, 3, 4
RICHARD COUGLASN HUBER
Literary Rally-1, 2, 4, CYC-3, 4, President-3,
Axe Staff-3, 4, Business Manager-4, National
FRANCES ROSE HUNT
Dramatics Club-1, FVLA-I, 4, Convention-
4, FNA-3, Candy Striper-3, Pep Squad-4,
Football-3, 43 FBLA-lg PE Club--25 "S"
FBLA-I, 2, 4g FHA-3, Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 4
THOMAS MARION .IESTER JR.
Industrial Arts Cluhsl, 2, 3, 4, Historian-3, 4
SANDRA MCCANN KENDRICK
Pep Squad-1, 2, Drumatics Club-1, 2, 35 FTA
BESSIE FARNELL KEY
Dramatics Club-Ig FBLA-2g Pep Squad-2,
3, FNA43, 4
CALVIN KNIGHT ON
Track-2, 3, 4, "S" Club-3, 43 Football Man-
ager-2, 3, 4g Christian Youth Club-3, 4, CYC
LARRY GLEN LeMAY
Music Club-1, 2, 3g Band-1, 2, 3, 4
PE Club-23 Science Club-4
GEORGE WILLIAM LODGE III
Basketballf4g Golf-3, 43 "S" Club-4, Span-
ish Club-2, 3, 43 President-45 Spanish Honor
SHEILA KAY LYO-NS
F.B.L.A.-1, 25 F.N.A.-3, 4g Candy Striper-3,
43 Pep Squad-2, 3, 4
THOMAS ELTON MARKHAM
C.Y.C.-3, 4, F.B.L.A.-3, 4g Literary Rally
Football-2, 3, 45 "S" Club-2, 3, 43 P.E. Club
SANDRA GRAHAM MAY
Dramaties Club-1, 2g Pep Squad-1, 2, 33
FBLA-3, 4, Literary Rally-3, 45 Speech Rally
-33 Debate Club-2, 35 FBLA Rally-3, 4g
Parliamentary Law Team-3, 4, Homeroom Rep-
MICHAEL DANE MAYFIE-LD
FBLA-I, 2g Stage Crew 3, 4
Homeroom Representative-lg Alternate-2, 35
Drarnatics Club-lg FBLA42g Music Club-3,
FNA-4, Treasurer-4g Band-3
STEVEN CLARK MOBLE-Y
Spanish Club-3g FTA-3, 4
CHARLOTTE ANN MODISETTE
FTA-1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter-4
.IANICE LOUISE MOORE
Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 4g Drarnatics Club-I, 2, 3g
Math Club-2g Spanish Club-4, FBLA-4g
FTA-45 Alternate Homeroom Representative-
4g Senior Play
REBA GAIL MULLINS-
FBLA-1, 2, 45 FTA-35 CYC-3, 45 Secretary-
Treasurer-4g Intramural Sports-3
JANIS RENAE NATIONS
Cheerleader-2, 3, 43 Pep Squad-lg Beauty-
I, 2, 3, 4, Lumberjack Staffgl, 2, 3, 4, Asst. Ed.
4g Teen Town Councilfl, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-4g
Sportsmanship Council-33 Homeroom Represen-
tative-4, Alternate-I, 2, Class Secretary-lg
Math Club-2g Spanish Club-3, 4g Class Favor-
ite-Ig FNA-2, Pelican Girls State-33 Lead-
ership-3, Cheerleader School: NSC-2, 3, SMU
-4, National Honor Society-4g Fair Princess
Candidate-1, 25 Quill and Scroll-45 Spanish
Honor Society-4, Hall of Fame-4
NOLAN CURTIS NESBIT
Homeroom Representative-1, 23 Class President
V23 Axe Staff-2, 3, 4g Leadership-33 Pelican
Boys State43g "SH Club-45 Basketball-3, 43
Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Majorette-2, 3, 45 Head
Majorette-4g Senator-45 Homeroom Represen-
tative-33 Student Council Workshop-3g Dra-
matics Club-1, 2g FTA-3, 4g Intramural Sports
-3, 4-g Homecoming Maid-43 Intramural Sports
-3, 4g FBLA-4-g Axettes-3, 4g Senior Play
Dramatics Club-lg FHA-2, 3, Treasurer-35
Library Helper-3, 43 'FTA-4
Science Club-1, 2, 3
Science Club-2, 4g PE Club-3
Popular seniors, Ann and Gayle Craig, pose in their roles
as Mlsses Merry Christmas in Springhill's annual Christmas
The school's newspaper, The Axe, is an important part of
any seniors life. Here Don Griffin and Dulane Wesson
read the latest edition.
Senior Courses Require Added Stud
MICHAEL THOMAS PARKER
Science Club-l, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair-1, 2g
Webster Parish Representative to Jr. Academy of
JUDY NICHOLS PARKERSON
Dramatics Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer-3
PE Club-3, Science Club-4
RITA JANICE PHARR
WILLIAM GARY POOL
Music Clubvlg Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Executive
Council-2g Debate Club-2, 3, President-3g De-
bate Rally-2, 3g Lumberjack Staff-2, 3, 4, Busi-
ness Manager-3, Editor-43 Math Club-2, Re-
porter-Zg State Speech Rally-2g Christmas
Play-2, Student Government Day-33 Leader-
ship-3g Pelican Boys State-33 Tennis-3, 4g
Homeroom Representative-4, National Honor
Society, President-4g Senior Playg Quill and
Scroll-4, Hall of Fame-4
Industrial Arts Club-1, Z, 4, 'Science Club-3
SARAH RICH I
Science Club-2, Jr. Academy of Science, Sec-
retary-2g FTA-3, 4
LESTER LAVELL ROAN, JR.
Music Club-lg Assistant Football Trainer-2, 35
"Sw Club-3, 45 Science Club-4
PATRICIA DIANA RODGERS
Band-1, 2, 3, 43 Majorette-4, Intramural
Sports-l, 2, 3g FNA-33 FBLA-2g Dramatics
Club-lg Music Club-4
PE Club-33 Football-43 "S" Club-43 Science
WILLIAM DALE SLACK
Science Club-I, 43 PE Club-2, 3
VASSAR ELIZABETH SLACK
Pep Squad-I, 2g FTA-23 Dramatics Club-
I, 3, 4, presidentg Math Club-23 Sports Rally
-33 Literary Rally-43 Intramural Sports-3, 43
WILLIAM ROY SLACK
State Rally-13 PE Club-23 Track-23 Math
Club-3, 43 Axe Staff-3, 43 Football-3, 43 Stu-
dent Council, alt. Homeroom Representative-23
Senator-33 Vice-President-43 Workshop-3,
Leadershipi33 National Honor Society, Vice-
President+4g "S" Club-43 Class President-33
Quill and Scroll-4, Hall of Fame-43 Masonic
FBLA-I, 2, 3, 4, secretary, 43 Volleyball-I, 2,
3, 43 Basketball-3, 4
Science Club-2, 3g Radio Club-43 Senior Play
LELA GALE SMITH
FBLAf13 Pep Squad-I, 2, 3g Homecoming
Maid-23 Dramaties Club-2, 3, 4
NANCY MARGARET SMITH
Lumberjack Staff-1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad-1, 2,
33 Math Club-2, 43 Spanish Club-2, 3, 4g
National Honor Society-43 Spanish Honor So-
ciety-43 Teen Town Council-2, 3, 43 Student
Council: Homeroom Representative-1, 23 Sena-
tor-33 President-43 Conventions: State-43
SouthernV3, 4g N.A.S.C. 'European Tour-33
Sportsmanship Council-33 Homecoming Queen
-43 Beauty-43 Quill and Scroll-43 Leader-
Seniors Choose Green Stone for Ring
Skippy Wayland and Curtis Nesbit support green as ring
color-and green it was!
Two S.H.S. seniors Janis Nations and Vicki Cardwell view
Home-Coming parade after completing the route them-
FHA-I, 2, 3, Parish Treasurer-2, Parish Rep-
resentative-2, 3, Local President-3, CYC-3,.
Dramatics Club-4, Senior Play
,IAMES L. STERLING, IR.
Class Sergeant-at-arms-I, Band-2, 3, 4, Lit-
erary Rally-2, Music Club-3, Teen Town
Council-3, 4, President-4, Dramatics Club-3,
Student Government Day, City Judge-3, Tennis
-3, 4, Track-4, FTA-4, Student Council,
Senior Senator-4, Senior Play, Student Council
FBLA-I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President-3, Chorus
2, 3, 4, Vice-President-4, Intramural Sports-
2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team-4
.IIMMIE WAYNE STEWART
Industrial Arts Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer-3, 4
LUSHEN ANDREW STEWART
Science Club-I, 4
LARRY MILLER STONE
Science Club-I, Axe Staff-2, 3, 4, Spanish
Club-2, 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society-4, Sports-
manship Council, Vice-President-3, President-
4, Teen Town Council-2, 3, 4, Student Govern-
ment Day-2, 3, Speech Rally-4, Football-2,
3, 4, Track-2, "S" Club, Senior Play, Leader-
ship-3, Quill and Scroll-4, National Honor
Society, Hall oi Fame-4
FHA-I, FBLA-2, 3, 4, President-4
ROY DALE STROTHER
PE Club-1, IA Club-2, 3, Football 3, 4,
Captain-4, NS" Club-3, 4, Sergeant-at-arms-
4, Alternate Homeroom Representative-4
.IAMES ROBERT TALLEY
Science Club--I, PE Club-2, 3, Math Club-
4, Dramatics Club-4, Senior Play
BARBARA FRANCES THOMAS
FHA-1, 2, Vice-President-2, FTA-3, 4
STELLA ELIZABETH THOMAS
FHA-1, 2, Literary Rally-3, FTA-3, 4
RONNIE DOYLE THOMPSON
FBLA-1, PE Club-2, Dramatics Club-3, 4,
Football-4, "S" Club-4
HELEN FAYE THURMAN
FBLA-I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representative-2,
Literary Rally-I, Intramural Sports-3, 4
ALLEN WAYNE TIMMONS
Class Favorite-I, Class President-I, Home-
room Representative-1, Alternate-2, Student
Government Day-I, FTA-2, Dramatics Club
-3, 4, Secretary-4, Basketball-4
PATRICIA ANN TWITTY
FTA-1, Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Majorette-4, Axe
Staff-2, 3, 4, Managing Editor-4, Beauty-
2, 3, 4, Princess-4, Homecoming Maid-3,
Pelican Girls State-3
Beverly Corbell, senior Student Council member, waits Sh-H011 Bethany helps Bobbie Woods iH Preparing f0T
b21CkSI2lgC during the school year's first assembly. pictures to be used in the Senior Section of the Lumber-
Seniors Dream of Honors Day and Graduation
KENNETH WARREN TYLER
Industrial Arts Club41r
RUDELL WATSON VAUGHAN
Science Club-1, 2g Music Club-2g NS" Club-
3, 43 Secretary-Treasurer-43 Band-1, 2, 3, 45
Football-2, 3, 45 All-District-3, 4g Alternate
E. G. WALDEN
Industrial Arts Club-1, 2g Photographer-2g
Science Club-35 Leadership-3g Lumberjack
Staff-4g Quill and Scrolli4
TRACIE ANN WATKINS
WENDELL THOMAS WAYLAND
Science Club-I, 25 Stage Manager-1, 2, 3, 45
Dramatics Club-4g Speech Rally-4g Senior
ELIZABETH DIANNE WEIBLE
Bandil, 2, 3, 4g Majorette-4g Executive Coun-
cil-4 Music Club, President-4
VICTORIA RUTH WEIBLE
Transferred from Marymount International School
of Romeg Quill and Scroll-4g Leadership--35
Intramural Sports-3, 43 Feature Editor-49 Al-
ternate Homeroom Representative-45 Rally-4
CAROLYN BEAL WESSON
FBLA-I, 2g Band-3g Music Club-3g FNA-4
Science Club-2, 3, PE Club-3, IA Club-4
GARY OMER WILBURN
CYC-3, 4, Vice-President-3, 45 FBLA-4g Lit-
DELBERT JOE WILKS
Football-2, 3, 44 HS" Club-2, 3, 4g Math Club
CYNTHIA ANN WILLIAMS
Transferred from Neville High in Monroe,
Louisianag Pep Squad-4, Leader-4g Axettes-
VICKIE JEAN WITTE
FTA-1, 2, 3, 4, Historian-45 Pep Squad-3, 4g
Intramural Sports-3, 4g Math Club-2, 3, 4
DONALD MURRAY WOODARD
PE Club-2, 33 Football-3, 43 HS" Club-3, 4,
Vice-President-4, Math Club-4, Parliamentar-
ian-4g Class,Vice-President-2g Class President
-4, Class Favorite-2, Homeroom Representa-
tive-4g National Honor Society-4
BOBBIE JEWEL WOODS
FNA-I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Striper-4g Pep Squad
BENNY REED WREYFORD
Science Club-lg Math Club-Z, 3, 4, President
-45 Music Club-2, 3, FBLA-4 Band-2, 3,
4, Sportsmanship Council-4
KENNETH R. WREYFORD
Football-2, 3, 4, -All-District-3, 4, Honorable
Mention-2, All-State Honorable Mention-4g
"SN Club-3, 4g Class Sergeant-at-Arms-33 Class
Secretary-4g, Class Favorite-43 FBLA-lg
FTA-2, Dramatics Club-3, 4, Sen-ior Play-4
JIMMY V. YATES
Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club-l, 2, 3, 4
Science Club-2, 3g Radio Club-4
LYNDA RAYE ZIMMERMAN
FTA-lg Dramatics Club-2g FNA-3, 4, Pep
"Ye Shall Know the Truth and he
Truth ill ake You Free"
President-Larry Talley Vice-President-Jerry Tyler
Secretary-Stephanie Lineberry Parliamentarian-Gary Mouser
161 Juniors Become Upperclassmen
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Juniors Enjoy Leisure Times
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Jimmy Knighmn and other juniors enjoy dress-up day Johnny Robinson and Pat Cooper raze the Yearbook
Juniors Participate in Club Activity
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Larry Scott ,rl" l," .
Tommy Vaughan studies while waiting to have his Susan Nickerson, an active Junior member of the Axe
501,001 picture made, Staff, works on her Christmas Edition article.
Larry Talley Heads Juniors as President
Pam Kersh and Tommy Pease aid honor society in Peggy Morris, Butch Lynd, Sue Derryberry, and Jimmy
decorating Christmas trees. Nickerson do research work in the library.
Juniors Gain Knowledge, Give Information
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President-JHSPCT Pittman Treasurer-Ronnie Alexander
Vice President-Ross Pickett Secretary-Cathy Cadenhead
S ergeant-at-A rms-Jesse Henson
G. W. Coyle
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Sophs Are Lal' est Class
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Splrlted Sophomores Support Jacks
The sophomore class elected Cathy Cadenhead as their Alice Byrd, Patty Quina, Pam Wesson and Sherry Hughes
cla s maid. are active members of the pep squad.
I-Iomecomin Means Parades and Assemblies
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Sophomore, Sandra Bell, and Senior Lela Smith partic-
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Patty Quina and Judy Greene lead tour on freshman
Sophs Contribute Service
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Sherry Hughes, Ann Masters, Donnis Jarrett, and Lane
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Secretary-Linda Juckett Sergeant-at-Arms-Patricia Sterling
Freshman Orientation Day aids Freshman in learning of
life at S.H.S.
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Francis Carson and George Mayfield wait to have
school pictures made.
Greg Doster, Shirley Rogers, Linda Thomas, and Melba
Sciortino anxiously wait for lunch.
Loggers Become Lumberjaeks
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Larry Brown, Alva Dean Caughman, Martha Smith,
Edris Hughes, enjoy the library during study hall.
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The S.H.S. student body is aware of the interest
of the merchants of Springhill in them. Their con-
fidence in youth has been shown on every occasion.
4- modern schools, a summer recreation program,
a recent school bond issue, support of the athletic
program, interest in the band, a willingness to
appear on guidance day programs, a lighted gold
water tank with the name Lumberjacks on it-all
of these and many more show the pride the town
has in its young people.
Because of the kindness and cooperation of the
merchants, it is possible to have the '66 Lumber-
jack. We wish to express our appreciation to each
of them for their interest in an important part
of our school life.
As we go our separate way, we shall remember
the attitudes and building establishments of these
citizens, the business people of Springhill.
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MRS LULA HOLLIS SMITH
It ls Rewarding to Be Back Home
and Near Those Who Hove Spent a
Lifetime Educating SpringhilI's Youth
MR. J. L. CATHCART
MRS. DOLL BEARDEN MISS IRENE MONCRIEF
30 Years 43 Years
Retired I959 Retired I963
MISS GEORGIA HOWELL
ELVIS CTOMJ BARNARD PHARMACY
JOHN DAVID CROWE
Heisman Award Winner LINDA SAIL BAUCUM
l957'l958 Miss Louisiana I963
Governor of Pelican Slaie
Union Governing Board Presideni-L.S.U.
"Shepherd of ihe Hills" Slar
Miss Holiday of Dixie Queen
Phone 539-3622 Springhill, La. Friendly Service
Complimenfs and Bes+ Wishes
J. B.'S SERVICE
LYMAN G. McKINNEY
Manager Ph. 539-4706 zlo Reynolds s+.
PETE AND MARGARET STERLING
inviI'e you Io visii Ihem aI 'Ihe
On Reynolds SI'reeI'
CORLEY'S BARBER SHOP
Complimenfs of Ihe
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BUILDING MATERIAL AND RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION DEPT.
Building Malerials-Elec+rical and Healing Conlracling
Air Condilioning-Flooring-Plumbing-Painl' and Hardware
YOUR ONE STOP STORE
Home Furnilure lo Fil Any Budgell
For I9 years working people
have known llwal, in lhe long
run, il has been cheaper lo buy
Good Furnilure From I-lull's, llme
Your Appearance slore willw llme clarlc brown lronl.
Is Broyliill Premier-Tl1omasville-
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SERVING THE SPRINGHILL AREA
Ph. 539-2505 SINCE I946 Ph. 539-2284
Cheatham Grocery Stevens Bros. Grocery
SPRINGHILL, LA. - PHONE 539-47:2 SPRINGHILL, LA. - PHONE 539-28l6
D. C. Hughes Grocery
TAYLOR, ARKANSAS-PHONE 694-226:
ALL STORES HAVE FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
SPRINGHILL, LA. - PHONE 539-zona
SPRINGHILL, LA. - PHONE 539-3217
Curtis Bros. Grocery
CULLEN, LA. - PHONE 539-53I3
WILSON FURNITURE CO., INC.
COMPLETE HOME EFURNISHIISIGS
III-I I3 SouI'h Main Springhill, Louisian
The Oldest, The Largest
WITH THE MOST FAMOUS NAMES
TELEPHONE 539-3 I 24
Give 'em I'I1e Axe!
"S+yIe Cenfer for Men and B y
"SpringhiII's Exclusive Shoe S+
OF THE COCA-COLA C
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO INC
A. J. PRICE, JR., Owner
SpringhiII's Leading Aufo Accessory
Spor+ing Goods Sfore
"Jus+ Good Is Noi
D. D. DIEHL
Large Enough Io Serve You
Time Enough Io Know You
TIRES, BATTERIES, STOVES,
AIR CONDITIONERS, REFRIGERATORS
AND OTHER APPLIANCES.
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Compllmems Besi' Wishes
NICHOLS IMPERIAL SHOES
AND SERVICE INC.
NICK SHOE STORE
LYMAN G. McKINNEY
SOFT WATER SERVICE
Your Problem--Our Business
A Good Place 'ro Eai'
800 Nor+I1 Arkansas
"Everything for the BuiIder"
SPRINGHILL PRESS 81 NEWS-JOURNAL
Typewri'I'ers-Adding Machines-Cash Regis'I'ers
I27 Main S'I'ree'r
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Your Friendly 5 81 I0 Sfore
W. C. WHITTLE, Owner
CITY OF SPRINGHILL
Aldermenz Clerk and Tax CoIIec'ror .........v...... LETTIE HENDRIX
CLARY ANTHONY Wa'I'er Clerk ....4.......,4..... ........ D OLLIE COLVIN
ED SHULTZ Police Chief ............,... .... R . H. O'NEAL
ROYCE MCMAHEN Sup'I. of U+iIi+ies ....... ............... R OY TYLER
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C. O. WARMACK
BOUCHER 84 SLACK
INS. AGENCY, INC.
INSURANCE THAT SATISFIES
FLEMING'S MOBILE STATION
"S'rop aI Ihe Sign of 'rhe Flying Horse"
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539-40 I 5
Open a Beall Op'rion Accouni'
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520 Wes'r 6IsI' S+. Phone 865-5I04
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We Give Gold Crown Slamps 0 Double Slamps on Tuesday and Wednesday
TOMPKINS - KENYAN
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Hardware and Appliances
Air Condilioned -TV
Swimming Pool Flowers and Gills
S. Ark Hiway Phone 539-355I 119.121 N, Main
SPRINGHILL LOUISIANA Florine Howard
An Insurance Agency Is Known by fhe Company If Keeps
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
Aetna Life Affiliated Companies
REMEMBER: Profecfion is a Job for Professionals
SEE US FOR PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE SERVICE
PLUS P.S. T IPERSONAL SERVICEI
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SPRINGHILL'S OLDEST AND FINEST
2I2 Norfh Main
SPRINGHILL TELEVISION SERVICE
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K. B. S. F.
R. L. HARKINS
604 GILES 539-30l I
NATIONS BROS. PACKING CO.
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STEVENS BROS. STATION
539-28 I 6
Service for the Sick
HIGGIN 81 BOTHAM DRUG INC
Phone 539-24l9 Springhill, La.
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To serve is perhaps man's highesi
calling-and Io serve well is his I' Q
grea'res'r achievement ' ll I3
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is a demanding prerequisile 'ro I
service in almosl' any field. As Q
graduafes. you have cerlainly
earned applause and a place of u 6 I' IH N
honor. 0 ' 'I' I
Congrarulalionsl And besl wishes
as you con'rinue your progress ' p
Ioward making even more valuable A
conrribulions Io yourselves and N '
From your friends and neighbors
LOUISIANA POWER sr LIGHT "'
"Helping Build Louisiana
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"Convalesce in I-lomey ComIorI"'
LEO M. CADENHEAD, JR.
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The NEW CAR Dealers
BRANCH BROS. MOTOR CO.
HUGHES BUICK CO.
SPRINGHILL MOTOR CO.
Darst, Ronnie 21, 69, 106, 125
Bowen, Toxey 14
Branch, Dorethy 12
Bryan, Margaret 18
Butts, Betty 14, 22
Carroll, Ophelia 25
Dean, Barbara 12
Easley, Jess 21
Farrar, Travis 7, 25, 76, 78, 81
Flanakin, Eluida 12, 60
Addison, Don 15, 41, 47, 54, 57,
Principal, Mr. Ed Olive 2, 4, 9, 68
Mr. H. C. Merritt 8
83, 84, 85, 111, 123
Albright, Becky 123
Allen, Anita 70, 102, 115, 123
Allen, Emily 20, 106, 108, 115, 123
, Joyce 70, 108, 115, 123
Andrews, Peggy 70, 107, 123
Austin, Dail 123
Baker, Dewanda 61, 107, 123
Barfoot, Laura 42, 43, 50, 52, 61, 97, 100,
103, 110, 119, 123
Barham, Grey 56, 61, 93, 104, 111, 123
Barnard, Vivian 107, 123
Baucum, Kay 42, 43, 44, 52, 54, 57, 61, 66,
96, 98, 99, 100, 112, 115, 117, 123
Beck, Mary Alice 90, 107, 124
Benson, Terry 21, 69, 106, 124
Bethony, Sharon 4-4, 45, 70, 103, 107, 112,
115, 117, 124, 132
Bilbray, Larry 70, 106, 124
Blanton, Gary 15, 47, 111, 124
Bolton, Donna 41, 50, 65, 119, 124
Britt, Tommy 93, 104, 124
Brown, Jerry 112, 124
Brown, Jo 108, 114, 117, 124
Burnett, Bill 15, 25, 104, 124
Burnham, Russ 13, 42, 46, 52, 53, 54, 57,
101, 116, 119, 124, 126
Burkett,,Toni 20, 96
Campbell, Tommy 3, 102
Cardwell, Vicki 4, 28, 42, 64, 66, 68, 96,
103, 107, 115, 117, 124, 125, 132
Carson, Raymond 76, 97, 111, 124
Caugliman, Katie 44, 110, 112, 115, 125
Corbell, Beverly 34, 41, 43, 46, 52, 55, 57,
59, 60, 61, 66, 100, 112, 117, 119, 125,
Craig, Ann 4, 40, 42, 90, 103, 107, 115, 117,
Craig, Gayle 4, 40, 42, 90, 103, 107, 115,
117, 125, 131
Craig, Mike 113, 119, 125
Crowder, Linda 70, 102, 110, 114, 125
Cutchins, David 47, 79, 90, 92, 111, 122,
Davis, Marvin 126
Dees, Ettie Pearl 70, 109, 126
DeLoach, Elton 104, 126
Dickkson, William 126
Doster, Tony 82, 111, 126
Dumas, Bonnie 109, 115, 126
Dunn, John 111, 126
Dunn, Ronald 76, 93, 110, 114, 126
Edens, Danny 21, 76, 111, 122, 126
F acult Index
Franklin, Alton 16, 76, 81
Harper, Lelia 17
Haynes, Elba 17, 114
Hinton, Vicki 14
Jackson, Charles 5, 16, 76, 81
Jones, Dorothy 12, 13
Marshall, Val 25
Merritt, Peggy 14
Olive, Freida 11, 12, 164
Pender, Bob 23, 82
Pender, Maxine 24
Pund, Louis 24
Evans, Sandra 110, 127
Farabough, Eddie 42, 61, 90, 92, 98, 99,
103, 113, 116, 119, 127
Farley, Dianne 106, 108, 127
Farmer, Sidney 113, 119, 127
Farrington, Eloy 42, 44, 104, 127
Flint, Gary 61, 76, 111, 127
Flora, Barbara 70, 102, 114, 127
Formby, Tommy 15, 104, 127
Franklin, Sandra 108, 127
Garrett, Larry 76, 127
Gayle, James 42, 44, 47, 64, 65, 76, 77, 80,
111, 112, 127
George, Patty 24, 42, 45, 103, 107, 117, 127
Goodwin, Marilyn 47, 110, 115, 117, 127
Graves, Avery 56, 127
Gray, George 106, 127
Griffin, Marie 3, 44, 97, 103, 107, 128
Griffith, Don 104, 128, 131
Grigg, Becky Dee 3, 14, 103, 108, 128
Gryder, Brenda 4, 115, 117, 128
Halterman, David 41, 43, 52, 53, 100, 103,
119, 126, 128
Hampton, Nona 70,, 109, 128
Hampton, Tommy 104, 128
Harris, Barbara 3, 56, 40, 41, 60, 66, 86,
87, 107, 128
Harrison, Jeanii 18, 42, 43, 52, 53, 55,
57, 61, 82, 96, 100, 119, 126, 128
Harvey, Mildred 63, 86, 110, 128
Haynes, .lo Ellen 3, 42, 53, 91, 107, 117,
Hensley, Linda Sue 13, 42, 52, 55, 57, 96,
100, 110, 115, 125, 128
Hood, Betty 22, 110, 115, 128
Huber, Richard 19, 42, 43, 114, 128
Hunt, Frances 114, 128
Jackson, Philip 3, 76, 111, 129
Jackson, Phillis 110, 115, 129
Jester, Tim 15, 106, 129
Kendrick, Sandra 107, 129
Key, Bessie 70, 108, 129
Landers, David 76, 111, 129
LeMay, Larry 3, 113, 129
Lemons, Roy 104, 129
Lindsey, Billy 129
Lodge, Bill 18, 44, 56, 83, 85, 93, 111,
Lyons, Sheila 108, 115, 129
Markham, Thomas 110, 114, 129
Martin, Mike 76, 11, 129
Maxey, Geraldine 129
May, Sandra 110, 130
Mayfield, Mike 70, 130
McKinnis, Carolyn 20, 70, 108, 117, 129
Rhodes, Lynnwood 22
Robertson, Katherine 12
Shaw, Audrey 20
Souter, Floyd 17
Souter, Ted 5, 16, 76, 81
Stegall, Pat 25
Stephenson, Janet 8
Stone, Bess 12
Taylor, Glenda 19
Tidwell, James 14
Tidwell, Jane 4, 17
Tumenello, Vincent 21
Minor, Glen 14, 130
Mobley, Steve 107, 130
Modisette, Charlotte 63, 107, 130
Moore, Janice 97, 107, 110, 112, 130
Moreland, Roger 130
Mullins, Reba 110, 114, 130
Nations, Janis 28, 33, 42, 43, 44, 52, 56,
57, 66, 68, 91, 96, 101, 112, 115, 117,
126, 130, 132
Nesbit, Curtis 52, 53, 61, 70, 82, 83, 84,
85, 100, 111, 113, 130, 132
Nichols, Donna Nolan 4, 14, 38, 39, 43,
50, 62, 70, 90, 107, 110, 119, 130
Nolan, Juanelda 14, 43, 70, 130
Nugent, Dale 130
O'Glee, Kenneth 130
Parker, Michael 104, 106, 131
Parkerson, Judy 102, 117, 131
Peterson, Harold 104, 131
Pharr, Janice 109, 131
Pool, Gary 42, 43, 52, 53, 56, 57, 59, 68,
69, 93, 96, 99, 101, 119, 131
Powell, Kenneth 131
Rich, Sarah Jean 107, 131
Roan, Lester 15, 104, 111, 131
Rodgers, Diane 24, 51, 64, 113, 119, 131
Simmons, George 75, 76, 104, 111, 132
Slack, Dale 93, 104, 132
Slack, Elizabeth 61, 102, 110, 132
Slack, William 43, 41, 42, 52, 57, 60, 76,
100, 103, 111, 132
Smith, Bennie 104, 132
Smith, Larry 105, 132
Smith, Glenda 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 110,
Smith, Lela 102, 132
Smith, Nancy 14, 38, 41, 42, 44, 52, 56,
57, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 68, 98, 101,
103, 126, 132
Spencer, Nancy 102, 132
Sterling, Jimmy 3, 41, 46, 60, 65, 92, 93,
Stewart, Edith 117
Stewart, Luschen 104, 132
Stone, Larry 15, 42, 43, 4-4, 47, 52, 56,
60, 61, 64, 90, 98, 99, 100, 111, 112, 132
Strickland, Frankie 20, 110, 132
Strother, Roy Dale 47, 64, 74, 76, 97, 111
Talley, Robert 102, 103
Thomas, Barbara 107, 132
Thomas, Stella 107, 132
Thompson, Ronnie 3, 76, 102, 132
Thurman, Helen 110, 132
Timmons, Wayne 60, 82, 83, 102, 132
Twitty, Patty 28, 32, 42, 43, 52, 53, 64,
69, 100, 119, 132
Tyler, Kenneth 3, 132
Umphries Larry 106, 132
Vaughn, Rudell 47, 64, 74, 75, 76, 111,
Walden, E. G. 21, 43, 52, 99, 101, 132
Watkins, Tracy 132
Wauland, Skippy 19, 70, 102, 132
Weihle, Dianne 24, 43, 51, 64, 113, 119,
Allen, David 137
Atkins, Mike 84, 93, 113, 119, 137
Austin, Barbara 109, 137
Bagwell, Emma 137
Bandy, Terry 104-, 108, 117, 137
Barfoot, Mary 96, 103, 107, 137
Barmore, Jeanne 137
Bartley, Donald 113, 119, 137
Beene, Kathy 44, 97, 107, 115, 137
Boucher, Sue 90, 112, 115, 117, 137
Bradshaw, Robert 137
Bright, Mike 61, 137
Brown, Diana 56, 107, 119, 137
Brown, Diane 107, 117, 137
Brown, Jerry 21, 106, 112, 137
Brown, Mary 109, 114, 117, 137
Burford, Chuck 104, 137
Burke, Buddy 56, 69, 90, 92, 98, 137, 139
Burns, Peggy 44, 86, 87, 89, 90, 90, 103,
107, 112, 137
Burrell, Betty 108, 137
Camp, Donnie 113, 137
Carver, Glen 137
Cheatham, Barbara 108, 117, 137
Cheatham, Tony 113, 119, 137
Cobb, Clydeanna 43, 44, 47, 100, 108,
Collins, Mike 106, 137
Cole, Annie 108, 137
Cooper, Pat 41, 43, 47, 82, 83, 85, 98,
101, 137, 141
Curtis, Terri 29, 43, 64, 100, 115, 117,
Davis, Gwen 108, 119, 137
Derryberry, Sue 107, 138, 143
DeLoach, Ann 108, 138
Denmon, Don 138
Dennis, Ruby Lee 138
Dickson, Diane 107, 138
Doster, Jeff 138
Dunigan, Elbert 56, 65, 138
Dunn, Reynolds 106, 138
Ebarb, Janice 110, 117, 138
Ebarb, Jimmie 106, 138
Eubanks, Teddy 90, 92, 105, 138
Faircloth, David 25, 106, 138
Farley, Gary 68, 76, 77, 138
Fish, Cathy 20, 56, 88, 109, 119, 138
Franklin, Karen 108, 138
'Gerald, Linda 16, 108, 138
Gildon, Eugene 138
Giles, Billy 16, 138
Gilliam, Susan 86, 87, 107, 119, 138
Grisham, Jerry 106, 138
Hair, Ann 109, 138
Hale, Sylvia 109, 117, 138
Ha , Gail 108, 138
Ha 1, Sherryl 86, 90, 97, 138
Harper, David 138
Weible, Vicki 45, 52, 97, 100, 132
Wesson, Carolyn Beal 134
Wesson, Dulane 3, 104, 106, 131, 135
Wilburn, Gary 110, 114, 135
Willys, Delbert 60, 76, 103, 111, 135
Williams, Cynthia 4, 64, 107, 115, 135
Wine, Vicki 103, 107, 115, 117, 135
Woodard, Donald 42, 56, 60, 65, 76, 96,
103, 122, 135
Hartley, Ona 138
Harvey, Reba 35, 68, 107, 115, 117, 138
Hawthorne, Brenda 70, 107, 119, 138
Haynes, Christy 112, 115, 138
Hearne, Buddy 83, 84, 85, 90, 92, 138
Holden, Eileen 108, 119, 139
Holmes, Ruth Ann 117, 139
Jester, Bobby 139
Johnston, Gary 139
Jones, Karen 109, 119, 139
Jones, Drucilla 108, 114, 117, 139
Keene, Ronald 14, 105, 119, 139
Keith, Steven 116, 117, 119, 139
Kersh, Pam 4, 18, 29, 43, 97, 98, 100,
112, 115, 139, 143
Knighton, Calvin 113, 119, 139
Knighton, Jimmy 43, 100, 141, 139
Lindsey, Don 139
Lineberry, Stephanie 4, 16, 44, 90, 96,
102, 112, 115, 136, 139
Loschen, Shirley 25, 102, 112, 117, 139
Lynd, Butch 139, 143
Madden, Jane 29, 56, 109, 115, 139
Markham, Jerry 14, 104, 112, 139
Martin, Brenda 115, 117, 139
Martin, James 25, 139
Martin, Sam 139
Masters, Sandra 107, 140
May, Mike 140
Mayfield, Mike 140
McCormick, Roianna 113, 119, 140
Mcnonald, Rita Kay 4, 108, 115, 117, 140
McEachern, Becky 109, 117, 140
McGee, Diane 110, 117, 140
McLain, Gary 106, 140
Miller, Larry 70, 114, 140
Mize, Barbara 4, 107, 115, 117, 140
Modisette, Brenda 107, 140
Morris, Peggy 70, 109, 140, 143
Morse, Sue 107, 114, 140
Mouser, Gary 21, 106, 136, 140
Musgrove, Barry 43, 44, 56, 70, 100, 103,
Nelson, Loretta 110, 140
Nickerson, Jimmy 140, 143
Nickerson, Susan 43, 61, 63, 96, 100,
103, 112, 115, 140, 142
Odom, Kathy 18, 43, 100, 112, 119, 140
Oller, Renee 108, 117, 140
Parker, Charles 106, 140
Parker, Danny 90, 92, 97, 111, 140
Pease, Tommy 43, 46, 82, 83, 84, 93, 100,
Peterson, Charles 16, 84, 140, 143
Pickard, Renee 108, 117, 140
Pickard, Lynn 140
Pope, Pat 70, 88, 90, 108, 112, 140
Powell, Ray 140
Quina, Claudia 4, 38, 39, 62, 102, 112,
Woods, Bobbie 108, 117, 132, 135
Wreyford, Bennie 47, 103, 110, 114, 116,
Wreyford, Kennie 5, 19, 34, 47, 56, 68,
76, 90, 92, 102, 111, 122, 135
Yates, Jimmy 62, 113, 116, 119, 135
Yates, Larry 105, 135
Zimmerman, Lynda 108, 134
115, 139, 140
Rayburn, Donna 109, 140
Reeme, Linda 46, 47, 86, 87, 89, 90, 91,
103, 107, 112, 119, 141
Rhea, Mary Beth 113, 119, 141
Robertson, Judy 108, 141
Robertson, Linda 4, 13, 41, 46, 56, 60, 61
65, 98, 100, 115, 141
Robinson, Glenes 110, 117, 141
Robinson, Johnny 43, 46, 56, 82, 83, 84,
93, 101, 103, 112, 141
Rutledge, Steve 65, 70, 93, 141
Sanders, Elaine 4, 29, 102, 115, 141
Sapp, Janet 112, 141
Scott, Larry 21, 141
Sexton, Larry 44, 46, 64, 141
Shaver, Marcille 110, 117, 141
Shows, Harry 141
Shows, Larry 141
Singleton, Steve 69, 93, 106, 141
Sistrunk, Sallie 141
Smigiel, Margie 4, 108, 115, 117, 141
Smith, Donna 86, 91, 108, 141
Smith, Linda 25, 109, 117, 141
Smith, Nancy 17, 102, 141
Smith, Rebecca 108, 142
Smith, Vickie 109, 117, 142
Spence, David 56, 93, 103, 112, 113, 119,
Stanford, Wanda 70, 71, 109, 142
Stanford, Danny 142
Starrit, Diane 24, 113, 119, 142
Staten, Pam 41, 43, 61, 101, 103, 115,
Stevens, Judy 25, 56, 90, 119, 142
Strother, Ricky 21, 35, 68, 90, 92, 142
Sullivan, Peggy 108, 142
Talley, Larry 65, 90, 92, 136, 142
Teague, Judy 110, 142
Thompson, lnita 70, 108, 142
Timmons, Mike 142
Toms, Gary 24, 56, 68, 96, 98, 113, 142
Torrey, Bill 143
Tripp, Linda 70, 108, 114, 115, 117, 14
Tyler, Jerry 56, 82, 83, 84, 85, 93, 102,
111, 136, 143
Vaughn, Tommy 444 46, 113, 116, 119,
Watson, Shiela 109, 11 , 143
Wesson, Sharon 110, 1 5, 117, 143
Whaley, Wayne 143
Williams, Larry 83, 84, 85, 90, 92, 104,
Williams, Robert 143
Wimberly, Sandra ,113, 119, 143
Wolfington, Pat 15, 86, 91, 102, 104, 115
Woodard, Tommy 143
Wright, Donald 143
Wright, Edna Fay 108, 115, 143
Wynne, Cathy 4, 29, 61, 66, 107, 115,
117, 139, 143
Wynne, Gwen 109, 115, 117, 143
Alexander, Ronald 144, 106, 145
Arnold, Merlyn 145
Baker, Brenda 109, 145
Baker, Mike 145
Barmore, Larry 106, 145
Barnard, Kenny 106, 145
Bell, Sandra 149, 102, 115, 145
Blake, Jerry 119, 116, 113, 145
Bolton, Van 106, 145
Boucher, Gary 105, 106, 145
Bright, Byron 103, 105, 112, 119, 145
Brown, Nelda 114, 145, 108, 70
Buckley, George 145
Burns, Bob 106, 1451
Burns, Rodney 105, 145
Burton, Paul 145
Butler, Andrew 145
Byrd, Alice 61, 86, 147, 145, 88, 97, 102,
Cadenhead, Cathy 4, 145, 147, 144, 96,
102, 98, 115, 38, 39, 62, 117
Carathers, Joe 106, 145
Carter, Sharon 145
Cobb, Skipper 145
Cochran, Gloria 108, 115, 145
Combs, Gary 92, 106, 112, 145, 90, 46, 60
Cox, Johnny 145
Coyle, G. W. 145
Coyle, Jeaneane 145
Crowder, Lonnie 106, 145
Darst, Ricky 106, 145
Denmon, Jan 110, 145
Dennis, Betty 110, 114, 119, 146
Dennis, Elaine 11, 97, 110, 114, 119, 146
Disotell, Ashley 92, 146
Dyck, Ronnie 146
Edwards, Belinda 108, 141
Edwards, Jerry 146
Edwards, Ronnie 106, 146
Eubanks, Jerry 105, 146
Faircloth, Brenda 109, 146
Farley, Guy 102, 103, 119, 146
Farnell, James 146
Farrington, George 146
Farrington, Mable 117, 146
Flint, Danny 146
Folks, Brenda 117, 146
Foy, Billy 47, 103, 113, 119, 146
Franks, Sharon 102, 146
Garner, Charles 146
Gosdin, Steve 70, 84, 146
Goss, James 146
Greene, Judy 101, 149
Griggs, Peggy 97, 102, 115, 117, 146
Grison, Jerry 21, 106, 146
Hampton, Diannc 96, 112, 115, 146
Hanson, Pat 107
Harris, Tommy 104
Hearne, Mike 70, 84, 108
Helms, Tommy 147
Allen, Sara 24, 31, 112, 115, 117, 153
Bandy, Barbara 109, 153
Henson, Jesse 106, 144, 147
Hicks, Barbara 108, 147
Holloway, Susan 102, 103, 147
Hough, Danny 147
Huddleston, Ray 104, 147
Hudgeons, Rolan 147
Hughes, Sherry 4, 108, 112, 115, 147, 151
Hunt, Gladney 147
Jaggers, Bonnie 147
Jarrett, Donnis 117, 147, 151
Juckett, William 147
Kennedy, David 147
Ketchum, Mary ,147
Kilpatrick, Betty 109, 147
Knippers, Wayne 106, 147
Lawrence, Jacky 147
Lawson, Larry 147
Lea, Linda 147
Lee, Rebecca 108, 117, 147
Lemay, Mike 106, 112, 148
Linberry, Elaine 4, 96, 112, 115, 117, 148
Lodge, Kathy 88, 115, 148
Lucas, Ricky 106, 148
Lyons, Lonny 148
Lyons, Vicki 102, 115, 148
Manuel, Harryette .98, 102, 117, 148
Martin, Reba 115, 148
Mason, Mary 108, 148
Masters, Ann 22, 47, 107, 112, 148, 151
Maus, Brenda 109, 148
McConnell, Theresa 80, 88, 93, 113, 119
McDonald, Glenda 109, 148
McMullan, Evelyn 51, 64, 119, 148
McWilliams, Jo Ann 88, 98, 100, 103,
Minor, Dennis 148 ,
Misenheimer, Bobby 148
Monk, Linda 97, 108, 115, 148
Moore, Ann 108, 148
Morris, Willie 148
Myers, Cheryl 4, 18, 108, 112, 115, 148
Neal, Alvin 148
Nealy, Robert 148
Nugent, Danny 148
0'Brien, Delores 108, 117, 148
O'Brien, Bill 106, 148
O,Bier, Mike 90, 92, 148
Oswalt, Tommy 148
Parkerson, Linda 114, 148
Parkerson, Eddie 148
Patterson, Larry 149
Pennington, James 113, 119, 149
Pepper, Diane 115, 117, 149
Perkins, Johnny 70, 106, 149
Pickett, Ross 36, 56, 68, 144, 149
Pittman, Jasper 13, 97, 100, 103, 112, 144,
Pool, Larry 149
Price, Thersa 115, 149
Quina, Patty 4, 24, 96, 102, 115, 117, 147,
Ragus, Carl 90, 92, 149
Redman, Allipon 115, 149
Barmore, Jack 153
Benson, Robert 153
Reynolds, Dale 116, 149
Rich, Danny 149
Richardson, Melba 149
Robertson, Curtis 113, 119
Robinson, James 149
Royston, Daryl 149
Stanford, Byron 102, 149
Sears, Gail 70, 108, 149
Sessions, Jimmy 149
Sewell, Laddie 149
Sewell, Carolyn 109, 150
Sexton, Terry 150
Shaffer, Jesse 150
Shaver, Ronald 106, 150
Simmons, Trudy 102, 150
Singleton, Daniel 90, 92, 150
Sistronk, Sandra 150
Slack, Butch 19, 116, 150
Slack, Ronnie 150
Smith, Carolyn 13, 100, 112, 150
Smith, Barbara Lane 44, 56, 150, 151
Smith, Jeanette 108, 150
Smith, Connie 86, 88, 102, 115, 150
Smith, Connie L. 115, 150
Smith, Judy 109, 117, 150
Smith, Wayne 112, 150
Souter, Darlene 19, 61, 88, 102, 119, 150
Spencer, Donna 110, 117, 150
Stanford, Linda 102, 150
Stewart, Kaye 71, 88, 109, 150
Strange, Gloria 70, 108, 150
Talley, Gerald 150
Taylor, Faye 70, 109, 150
Taylor, Raymond 150
Teutsch, Sandra 150
Thomas, Mike 97, 112, 150
Thompson, Bobby 150
Cecile 24 115 117 150
Thompson: Cheryl 108, 117, 150
Thompson, Janice 108, 117, 151
, LaDonna 151
Thompson, Robert 151
Debbie 50, 88, 102, 119, 151
Tripp, Craig 90, 92, 151
Tripp, Margaret 108, 117, 151
Tyler, Johnny 17, 151
Tyler, Terry 47, 56, 59, 84, 101, 151
Tyson, Cathy 109, 151
Veatch, Danny 151
Veatch, Donna 151
Wallace, Carolyn 102, 115, 151
Ward, Dennis 106, 151
Weible, Nancy 19, 50, 113, 119, 151
Welch, Johnny 151
Wesson, Pam 102, 115, 147, 151
White, Berverly 151
Wilburn, Carolyn 108, 114, 151
Wilburn, Travis 151
Williams, Portia 109, 117, 151
Willis, Belinda 109, 115, 151
Willis, Mike 84, 112, 151
Wilson, Donna 104, 117, 151
Woodard, Carolyn 36, 68, 96, 97, 101, 10
Benson, Terry 106, 153
Benson, Thomas 153
Beshea, Brenda 108, 153, 155
Bishop,.Kathy 4, 102, 119, 153
Bonner, Mary 97, 115, 147, 153
Boswell, Linda 101, 153
Brown, Danny 153
Brown, Larry 84, 153, 159
Brown, Sue 60, 153
Brown, Walter 153
Bucklin, Betty 153
Budwah, Belinda 108, 153, 155
Budwah, Carl 153
Burnham, Brenda 24, 60, 96, 119, 153
Caraway, Donnie 153
Cardwell, Scott 84, 113, 119, 153
Eason, Mike 17, 84, 154
Carson, Francis 104, 153, 155
Caughman, Alva Dean 153, 159
Chambers, Ritchie 17, 47, 84, 96, 153
Cheatham, Loretta 119, 153, 157
Clements, Loy 70, 106, 153
Collier, Denny 154
Collins, Jackie 107, 154
Collins, Sandra 108, 153, 154
Craig, Sandra 119,154
Curry, Bill 19, 98, 154
Curtis, Willis 154
Davis, Paul 113, 119, 154
Day, Steve 154
Dees, Bryant 154
Dennis, Eddie 154
Doster, Greg 17, 54, 155
Dubois, Jackie 109, 154
Duke, Pam 31, 38, 39, 62, 89, 102, 115, 147,
Edwards, Danny 158
Edwards, Mary 108, 154
Farley, Marilyn 119, 154
Farrington, Lamar 106, 154
Farrington, Patsy 108, 154
Fish, Ralph 154 .
Flournoy, Patricia 3, 4, 24, 65, 113, 119,
Fritz, Jimmie 104, 119, 154
Gildon, Dina 154, 155
Gillespie, Mary 102, 115, 149,154
Grashot, Donald 154
Graves, Melissa 97, 102, 115, 117, 149, 154
Gray, Elizabeth 108, 147, 154
Green, Cynthia 109, 154
Gribble, Gary 154
Harper, Judy 113, 117, 154
Haynes, Mike 155
Hearnsburger, Ronnie 65, 113, 155
Henson, Billy 17, 114, 155
Hicks, Johnny 104, 155, 157
Holladay, Davy 84, 155
Hollan, Kathy 89, 115, 155
Horne, Cindy 96, 112, 115, 117, 14
Huckabee, Melba 109, 155
Hudnall, Debbie 108, 155
Hudson, Thomas 155
Hughes, Anita 113, 119, 155
Hughes, Paul 155
Hunt, Mark 113, 119, 155
Jackson, Deborah 108, 115, 155
Jeter, David 155
Johnson, Darlene 115, 155
Juckett, Jimmy 155
Juckett, Linda 31, 89, 102, 152, 153, 155
Keaton, Karl 155
King, Gary 156
Kirkley, Randy 113, 119, 156
Knighton, Garry 113, 119, 156
Kottenbrook, Don 14, 156
Lasiter, Linda 37, 68, 89, 115, 156
Lee, Barbara 156
Lemons, Wayne 104, 156, 157
Lindsey, Ricky 106, 156
Martin, Brenda 115, 117, 156
Masters, Sharon 108, 153, 156
Maxey, Roger 156
Mayfield, George 3, 155, 156
McEachern, Lynn 84, 156
McGee, Mike 156
McLaren, Jeannie 24, 96, 113, 119, 156
Mills, Mary 109, 156
Mobley, Teresa 102, 156
Modisette, Harold 5, 84, 156
Montgomery, Gloria 156
Morse, Phyllis 107, 156
Murph, Debbie 89, 90, 115, 156
Myers, Donna 19, 119, 156
Nealey, Connie 89, 155, 156
Nelson, Denise 97, 151
Nelson, Dennis 156, 159
Newton, Annie 117, 156
Nichols, Roy 59, 101, 156
Nickerson, John 156
Nickerson, Melba 14, 156
O,Glee, Steve 156, 157
Oswald, Lynda 157
Parkerson, Robert 114, 157
Pearson, Jacky 157
Pearson, Teddy 106, 157
Putnam, Kelsie 153, 157
Reeme, Clarence 14, 84, 152, 157
Rester, Donnie 157
Reynolds, Cindy 89, 157
Rhymes, Elaine 23, 109, 157
Roberts, Daphyne 113, 119, 157
Robertson, Mike 90, 92, 157, 158
Robin, Jerry 158
Robinson, Bruce 119, 158
Rodgers, Robert 158
Rodgers, Shirley 89, 155, 158
Rolan, Thomas 158
Sanders, Billy Ray 158
Sanders, Jan 89, 90, 102, 115, 158
Sanford, Freddy 158
Sciortino, Melha 109, 155, 158
Sears, James 47, 158
Shaffer, Mary 108, 117, 158
Smith, Barry 14, 84, 158
Smith, Bruce 106, 158
Smith, Danny 17, 114, 158
Smith, Juanita 158
Smith, Martha 23, 89, 90, 149, 153, 159
Smith, Ricky 158
Smith, Rpbert 158
Smith, Shirley 108, 158
Starr, David 158
Sterling, Patricia 56, 96, 102, 115, 152, 158
Stevens, Bill 113, 119, 157,158
Strange, Jean 158
Taylor, Jean 158
Taylor, Janeice 108, 115, 150
Larry 59, 101, 158
Taylor, Theresa 109, 158
Pease, Barbara 31, 47, 90, 97, 102, 115, 157
Pedron, Jerry 84, 157
Peterson, Donnie 84, 157
Pickard, Glynn 157
Pickett, Bill 37, 68, 152, 157
Piepenbring, Marty 102, 115, 149, 153, 157
Pool, Jamie 84, 157
Powell, James 157
Powell, Johnny 104, 157
Price, Jana 89, 102, 115, 157
Thomas, Linda 14, 155, 158
-Thomas, Sharon 158
Thompson, Terry 158
Timmons, Allen 159
Wallace, Delores 159
Wallace, John 159
Waller, Sammy 113, 159
Weible, Ronny 159
Welch, Tommy 159
Wesson, David 116, 159
White, Carole 147, 159
White, Donnie 108, 159
Wilburn, Kenneth 159
Williams, Brenda 109, 159
Williams, Ronnie 3, 155, 159
Willis, Becky 89, 109, 115, 155, 159
Wise, Mickey 159
Witte, Patricia 89, 110, 159
Wolfe, Gerry 84, 159
Wood, Debbie 113, 119, 159
Woods, Vicki 108, 159
Zimmerman, Donnie 159
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