Pictures by: Bob Grambling
Submitted by: Greg Grambling
E-41 Band Party - Standing: Douglas McCrary, Judy Barron, Ranny Mason
Bottom Row: Charles Beck and Phillip Ford
Identified by Earlene Mendenhall Lyle
E40-L-R, Band Party - Peggy Ashmore, Nancy Cox, Patsy Brown, from the class
of 1958 and Kathy Perritt from the class of 1957.
Thanks to Ann Mays Harland for the identification
E-39 , James Woodard Johnson, Class of 1957
and Sandra Richardson, Class of 1958
This is a picture taken at Hunters at a band party. It's Jim Johnson (who lives in Shreveport now) and I and we won first prize at a Halloween costume party. It was either in 1956 or 57. Kay Cunningham and Ray Davis came in late to the party dressed as lumberjacks. You couldn't even tell who they were--they probably should have won, but didn't get there in time for the contest! Thanks for sharing!
E38- Standing in the back is Wiley Cameron and standing down below on the right side is Joe Moreland...
Joe and Wiley were identified by Earlene Mendenhall Lyle, Ann Mays Harland and LeVerne Langheld Kidd.
E 38 Standing next to Wiley Cameron was his very dear friend and mine - Jimmy Smith - son of Ernest and Spike Smith. He lived out on the old Arcadia Rd. and had lots of horses.
Jimmy Smith was Identified by Eve Baskerville
If you know the others, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
E-37 - Rex 55 - Christmas Parade
E 36 - Play 56-3 L-R, Jackie Batton,
Is that Hilly Aarons on the very end?
If you can identify any of the students e-mail MindenMemories@AOL.COM
E35-Play56-2 A fight - It's evidently a play, but I don't remember a thing about it. Looks like the boy
on the right could be Mack Pevy, but I wouldn't swear to it. Earlene.
The girls are Earlene Mendenhall and Barbara Russell. Who are the boys. If you know e-mail
E34 - Play56-1 - Can someone identify the barfly, bartender and the man on the left of the bar?
E-33 Nancy Cox
E32 Sammy Maxey, Class of 1955
E31-The Kittens - Linda Cox, Nancy Cox and Jeanette Woodard
Linda and Jeanette graduated in 1957; Nancy graduated in 1958
D30-D -RAG - The Great Jack Moreland and Byron Monzingo
E 29 – L-R, Byron Monzingo, Mack Pevy, Ronald Pearson, Jimmy Fitzgerald, Danny Cranford, Ed Duncan, Bill Gardner,__________Doug Skinner, Rogers Reeves, and_____________.
Identified by Jenny Woodard Kennon, Class of 1957 and Earlene Mendenhall Lyle, Class of 1956
If you know who the other boys are e-mail MindenMemories@aol.com
E-28 Ed Duncan, the tall one is Jack Moreland, the third from the right end is Cecil Maxey and the one on the very right end may be Byron Monzingo.
Identified by LeVerne Langheld Kidd, Class of 1957
E 28 - The group of boys in skirts I believe is a group of 1961 and 1962 grads: ______________, _____________, _____________, __________________, Lorenz Funderburk, Bill Funderburk, Buddy (Charles ) Cox, Harry McInnis, ______________, and _____________.
Identified by Eve Baskerville
Identified by Jennie Woodard Kennon, class of 1957, Linda Holt Moorehead, Class of 1961, and Waynette Farrington Sharon, Class of 1964.
Does anyone know the girl playing the piano?
If someone can identify the other three boys in skirts e-mail MindenMemories@aol.com There are 11 in all.
E27Robert D.55.2 Robert Dee Thompson (Class of 1960)
E26Piano Player 55 - Norita White, Class of 1955
E25group 55.49 Mr. Earl Cook's Junior Choir - If you can identify any of the student's
E24Earlene n the magician 54 - Earlene Mendenhall, Does anyone remember who the
E23- First of all, not a one of those mustaches is real! L-R,
Robert Grambln, Leland Mims, Earl Cooke and Buren Perritt
Identified by Linda Mims Martin
E22Piano Student Kay Boyd
E21Piano Student Dina Pevy
E20 Piano Student Nancy Miller
E19Can you identify Piano Student #19?
If so, E-Mail MindenMemories@AOL.COM
E18This may be a Quade Photograph
The Disciples of Jazz: William Watson, David Hinton, Robert Perry, Mike Lawrence,
& Harmon Drew.
Identified by Larry Mays
Trombone is the late David Hinton; Guitar is Robert Perry,
son of Owen Perry; Drummer is Mike Lawrence. Thanks for the memories! Harmon
E17 - Edd Moreland mentioned Teentime.
Here is a photograph of Dawn Glass and
Nancy Cox on the air. Were it not for Minden
the show would have been a bust.
Somebody from Minden seemed to be on
Ken Allen was a drummer who graduated in 66. He went
on to play professionally in New Orleans in the French Quarter.
E15Nan Hunter in a 1953 Play
If I had to make I guess it would be Antics of Andrew. Mrs. Daughtery
(English and speech teacher, wife of Coach Daughterty,) produced and
directed all the plays.
Identified by Nan Hunter Castle
E13Dolores Bright in a 1953 play "HERE COMES CHARLIE"
E12The little kid is Ken Elzen. I can't remember the guy with the guitar.
The best I can remember is that Ken sang with me on a talent
show one time and then sang with me on Channel 12 in Shreveport.
Nancy Cox, Class of 1957, was MC on a show called Teen Time and I was on
numerous times. After this was taken, we decided that Ken
should be on TV with me. He stole the show. I think we sang "Honeycomb."
We had first identified the little kid singing as Rodney Elzen, brother to Ken, and
son of Tony Elzen, Class of 1938
Says Ken "THAT IS ME INSTEAD OF RODNEY IN PICTURE WITH ED MORELAND, SINGING."
E11Bill Cook 1 - After he graduated from Minden
High School in 1958.
He went to New York and danced on Broadway.
E10Bill Cook 2. Well known as a dancer and
chorographer, dance instructor, he is
also available as a speaker and a writer.
E9Bill Cook 3. Resident Author Award, Cultural
Crossroads, Minden, La.
E8Clara takes a bow
E7Nancy Turner (67) Now Reeves
E6 Cats55-5 Bill, Squirrel, Benny, Jerry, Neil and Jeralyn
E5Another picture of the Kats before they became the Tunes
E4 - cats55-3 Bill Slay, Charles "Squirrel Harper, Benton Irby, Jerry Frasier and Jeralyn
Ship playing the piano. (Neil Baker playing the drums)
E3 -1SENIOR Play 53
I know it is Charles Adams and may be me, although I do not recall a costume change and this is a different dress than what I was wearing in the other photograph...Tom Ashcroft was in this play also...I remember he was supposed to stuff some pearls into a vase on a table while saying something that explained it, but had a lot of trouble trying to get the pearls into the vase and consequently his actions onstage did not "go" with the words. Tommy was distressed about it while it was happening, but I remember we all laughed with Tommy about it when the play was over. We sure had a lot of fun with the plays.
Nan Hunter Castle
E2 -2Senior Play 53 Picture
Looks like Charles Adams, Martha Fitzgerald, Rebecca Hearron and Nan to me in a play
which might have been called "Charlie's Aunt" that originated in Mrs. Doherty's Speech class.
Identified by Nan Hunter Castle and Earlene Mendenhall Lyle
E1 -9 Senior play 53; Dolores Bright
This play was The City Slicker and Our Nell. Bob Lyle was the city slicker,
and Delores was Nell.