PHOTOGRAPHED BY BOB GRAMBLING
SUBMITTED BY GREG GRAMBLING
CHRISTMAS FORMAL - 1954
Sandra Owen, 1958 and Bill Terrill, 1956
ChristmasFormal1-54-1 - Ann Mays and Turner Almond
CF54-2 - Ginger Rushing and Lynwood Smeltzer
CF54-3 Catsy Harper and Doyle walker
but I'm fairly certain this is me with Catsy as I think we were going steady about this time? You should ask Catsy when you see her.
CF4 - 4 Joyce Humphries and Charlie Henigan
CF54-5 - Betty Sue Lewis and Bill Cook
CF54-6 Billy Baldwin and Kathryn Gardner
CF54 - 18 Betty Kathryn Gardner
CF54-7 Judy spitzfaden and Mack Pevy
CF54-8 _Lamarre and Alton Hortman
Identified by Ellen Baker Beck & Ann Mays Harlan
CF54-9 Sandy Owen and Bill Terrill
Identified by Ann Mays Harlan.
CF54-10 Linda Mims and Rob Martin
cf54-11 Jeannie Lindsey (There may be another photo somewhere with her date.)
He may have been Jack Voohries.
CF54-12 Judy Barren and Bobby Warren
CF54-13 Kay Cunningham and Jimmy White
CF54-14-Mary Winford and Bobby Wray Herren
CF54- 15Kay Foster and Jim Winford Per LeVerne Kidd
Ann Mays Harlan
CF54-16 Margaret Powell and Billy Don Adams
CF54-17 Is this Gail Palmer and Meredith Mathews?
CF54-19 Jeanette Woodard and Robert Miller
CF54-20 Marilyn Haley and Mickey Love
Hi...This is Marilyn Haley, a lovely, lovely person. I think her family came to
Minden as she entered high school...in other words, I don't believe she lived in Minden all her school days.
She married a fella named Byrd and lived in Bossier or Shreveport for some time. The husband passed
away some time ago. haven't seen her in years. Maybe she'll come to the reunion. She was in our wedding. Jeannine Mobley Love
CF54-21 Sandra Pullig and James Liner?
cf54-22 Linda Cox and Scottie Evans
CF54 - 23- Yvonne Simmons and Butch Dupuy
Cf54-24 Sandra Richardson and Eddie McCoy
Band Parties - I am not sure if they were formals or not...
bp55-8 Neil Baker, (56) Dan Wigley (55) and Ed Brown (55)
bp6 Jim Johnson and Mrs. Hazel Pullig
Bud knew who it was even before he saw the picture! It is Jim Johnson (class of '57). Mother loved to chaperone our band parties.
to dance and would seldom sit one out!
She'd work at the Blossom Shop all day and yet be full of energy to join in the fun!
Our home was always alive with music. She would say: "Bring your friends over here when the party is over if you're not ready to quit dancing!"
She would more than likely get out of bed and come in to visit. Wish I had a nickel for every time that little 45 record player turned! :-)
Sandra Pullig Smith
BP55-5 - Kay Cunningham, Class of 58 and James Walter "Jimmy:White, Jr. (1955)
Identified by Ann Mays Harlan
I am the one in the photo with Kathryn. They say that there is a story behind every
photograph and this one has a long one that stretches over about four or five years.
Believe it or not, the story is about neither he nor she but a time in space. The most
frequently traveled roads are dead ends.
bp55 - Kathryn Gardner and Billy Baldwin
bp55-3 Betty Claire Rhea and Ronald Miller