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Page 8 text:
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.
Page 7 text:
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
Page 9 text:
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.
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