Compilation of 1978 cassettes.
VHS, Slidell – May 27, 1987
Just two days after graduating from Northshore High School in Slidell, Louisiana, Jason gets scolded by Helen Mae for cursing while Marilyn, Louis “D.D.”, Deron, Josh and Kessie all are present in the background and some speaking.
Cassettes, Boothville – February 25, 1978
Clarence Henry Adolph, Sr., “Cowboy Lone Ranger” Quentin Scott Evans, Helen Mae Wright Adolph, Gail and Brent Portie all contribute to yet another treasured episode directly from Boothville 1978. Helen Mae plays lots of music in this (99% removed) including Johnny Paycheck’s Take This Job and Shove it which Helen Mae shouts directly to son-in-law Louis M. “D.D.” Scarabin, Jr.
Cassettes, Boothville – October 18, 1978
Helen Mae Wright Adolph, Craig Bergeron, Steve Fitzgerald, Clarence Henry Adolph, Sr. all contribute to this treasured episode.
Cassettes, Boothville – February 20. 1978
Wendy Fitzgerald, Gail Portie and Helen Mae Adolph all give Marilyn Scarabin a hard time.
Cassettes, Port Sulphur – March 07, 1977
Gail Portie, Wendy Fitzgerald visit Jerolyn Sue Adolph Evans in Port Sulphur. Kids’ Brent, Quentin and Steve seem to be in the background as they give us a glimpse into late winter 1977 Plaquemines Parish.
Cassettes, Boothville – January 01, 1978
Quentin Scott Evans starts this fun hour with Jerolyn Sue, Helen and Clarence H. Adolph, Sr. giving us Plaquemines Parish doings at the very beginning of 1978.
Timeless Wax, Whistle Kite
Raky Bus clarifies the differences to the Richard Sinus Foundation as Jerry Selt Radiator makes a splash.
Cassettes, Boothville – October 21, 1978
Helen Gail Adolph Portie and her kids Brent and Blake give a snapshot into Clarence Lane, Fall 1978.
Interview, William LaVar “Bill” Evans Pt. 1
Utah State Eastern Head Basketball Coach Bill Evans shares emotionally powerful stories of his early years in Northern California. His dad’s military service and hard work ethic, his mom’s kindness and his two siblings’ free spirited living. Bill dives head first into what his children and spouses have meant to him in addition to his coaching influences and the motivations propelling him into such an illustrious career as a two-time Division 1 Coach. He speaks directly to his posterity in how much he loves them.
Cassettes, Boothville – March 28, 1978
Helen Mae Wright Adolph entertains us while Ernest Leonard “Pompy/Ernie” and Lillian “Lil” Scarabin stop by and share.
Cassettes, Boothville – November 25, 1978
Helen Mae Wright Adolph, Michael Allen Adolph, Craig Alan Bergeron, Clarence Henry Adolph, Sr. all contribute to this nearly 50 more minutes of pure gold comedy from Clarence Lane.
Cassettes, Boothville – December 18, 1977
Fantastic gathering at the Helen Mae and Clarence H. Adolph, Sr. home just before Christmas 1977. Janie Eva Franicevich, Theodore August Scarabin with their two children Theodore Mathew “Lil Ted” and Scott Anthony Scarabin, Ethel Adolph Franicevich, Annie Adolph Chapman all contribute to this golden episode.
Cassettes, Boothville – Wednesday, 1970s
On a mysterious Wednesday in the 1970s, Helen Mae Wright Adolph gives the news of the day on Clarence Lane. Gail Portie, Jerolyn Sue Adolph and Quentin Evans talk on this one while Clarence Henry Adolph, Sr. presumably talks about Louis Adolph and his health.
Cassettes, Boothville – January 15-19, 1978
Helen Mae Wright Adolph begins this one by attributing the (removed) music as a “Stribute” to Elvis. Gail Portie, Edna Johnson and Ernest Adolph go back and forth about costumes for a party. Very funny!