Stuarts Draft High School - Legacy Yearbook (Stuarts Draft, VA)
- Class of 1973
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This section has been put together in a way so as to elaborate on the actions and people that made Stuarts Draft what it is. WEIRD! The " Trash Kan Kids” greet all potential litters in the SDHS cafeteria. Gary Radford, Stuarts Draft ' s friendly freak, prior to a Trip. 8 r OUR SCHOOL PERSONALITIES “Betty” herself? reading his new recipe (John “Sam, the Slammer, jr.” hard at work, Smoots the Stuarts Draft liberator of men). Homer Jethro (Jessie) our competent custodians. The Dynamic Dufies, otherwise known as Horn¬ ing and Friend. 9 REACTIONS TO A TEST IN “ COACH ” ALEXANDER ' S ROOM ■ Coach Hale enjoys another exciting Draft Assem¬ bly . . . 11 Stuarts Draft has always been a place of high intel¬ ligence. Here, two typical students, enjoy playing with their Crayolas. One of the jokes of our school. COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS TOUGH COVER After the collection hat was passed the pastor saw that it was empty when it was returned. Slowly and deliberately, the parson inverted the hat and shook it meaningfully. Then, raising his eyes to heaven, he exclaimed fervently: " I thank thee, Dear Lord, that 1 got my hat back from this congregation! " SORRY, BUT . . . An actor who was pretty much down on his luck once asked comedian W. C. Fields for a loan. “1’cl be glad to help you my good man,” replied Fields, “but my money’s all tied up in currency.” FATAL 400 Nurse: “What are you operating for Doctor?” Doctor: “$400.” Nurse: " No, you misunderstood me. What I meant was what does the patient have?” Doctor: “$400.” Doctor: “Did you take that bottle of pills?” Patient: “Yes, but I don’t feel any better. Maybe the cap hasn ' t come off yet.” NO CONTEST Two men went after the same cab. After a short discussion one of them returned to his wife at the curb. “Why diil you let him have that cab?” she asked. “He needed it more than I did,” replied her hus¬ band. “He was late for his karate class.” OBLIGING Hobo: “Kind sir, could you help a poor man in trim hie?” Passerby: “Sure, what kind of trouble do you want to get into?” Another “funny” joke at S.D.ff.S. BETTER HALF The club had scheduled a husband-wife Scotch four-ball tournament and the club champion ap¬ peared at the first hole, a notoriously tough par four, with his wife, an even more notoriously bad player. He hit his drive. A beautiful shot, 275 yards down the middle. When they got to the hall, his wife hooked it deep into a clump of trees. Unperturbed, he played a brilliant recovery shot which rolled to within three feet of the pin. She in turn hacked the ball 18 feet past the hole in almost unsinkable distance. Without a murmur, he lined up the long putt and managed to sink it. As they walked to the next tee, he remarked, “We ll have to do better than that, that was a bogey five, you know.” “Well don ' t blame me,” she snarled, “I only took two of them.” WORRYWART On a city bus one evening, a woman was bothering the driver every few minutes to remind her when to get off. “1 low will I know when to get off?” The bus driv er could not resist the opportunity. “By the big smile on my face, lady.” YOU DON’T SAY Minister: “I hope you won’t charge too much to fix my car. I am a poor preacher.” Mechanic: “Yes, I know. I heard you last Sunday.” A FINAL TOKEN Be thankful you live in a country where you can say what you think without thinking. 13 SCHOOL REVISITED by Steve Chaussy with collaboration from Bennie Conner and Bill Ayres This is the impression that the comedy section feels a former graduate would receive, if, and when, he revisits a school that he left only a year prior. It is dedicated to Steve Chaussy, because he did so much for comedy while he was a student here. Two of his associates are listed, also, for the same reason. 14 Mr. Rudolph Hull Principal Mr. D. Mason Ware Assistant Principal Mrs. Virginia Layman English 12, Government Mrs. Ann Schultz Home Ec. I, RIVOW (girls), OT girls Mrs. Ruth Layman Home Ec. II 16 1 Miss Elizabeth Easter Math 9, Science 8, Yearbook Mrs. Judy Houser English 11 I Mr. Sam Alexander Geometry, Alg.-Trig., Adv. Sr. Math f Mr. James Ellis Boys’ P.E. 8, 9,10 Mrs. Sharon Shifflett Math 8 Mr. C. A. Marks Agriculture I, II, III, IV 17 Mr. W. A. Hill Band I, II IV .?V» ' L ■ Mrs. Karen Kelley Science 8, Girls ' P.E. 9 Miss Carolyn Eavers Home Ec. IV, RIRW (Girls and Boys) Mrs. Susan O ' Baugh Librarian Mr. Larry Gochenour Typing I Miss Sharon Ryman Spanish I. 11, 111 i| 18 SENIORS Senior class officers help to make the last year of SDHS a memorable one for their fellow classmates. From left to right the officers are: Tom Sheaffer, Treasurer; Connie Stump. Secretary; ]im Barnes, Vice-President; Gordon Hunter, President; and Scott Childress, Reporter. DOUGLAS WAYNE ALEXANDER “moe” Rt. 1, Box 310A Stuarts Draft, Va. Football — 10, 11, 12; JV Football — 8, 9; [V Baseball — 10; |V Basketball - 10; Pep Club — 11, 12; Varsity Club — 11. 12; FFA — 9-12; JV Show; Inter¬ class Basketball —9. 11, 12; Golf — 12; SDES — 12; Powder Puff Cheerleader — 12. PAUL FRANKLIN ALMARODE ‘‘Frank ' ' Rt. 2, Box 190 Waynesboro, Va. Baseball - 10, 11, 12; Basketball -11, 12; Football — 11, 12; |V Baseball — 9; JV Basketball 10; Varsity Club 11, 12; Key Club — 11; Annual Staf f - 11, 12; JV Show; Interclass Basketball — 8, 9; Powder Puff Queen — 11 RONALD G. ALMARODE " Ronnie " P.O. Box 470 Stuarts Draft, Va. Baseball — 10, 11; Golf — 12; SCA - 10, 11, 12; SCA V.-Pres. — II; SCA Treas. — 12; Latin Club — 8, 9; NHS - 11, 12; Soph. V.-Pres.; Science Club 9; SODA 11, 12; Annual Staff 12; Sr. Play; JV Show; Interclass Basketball — 1(1, 11, 12; Boys’ State — 11; SDES — 12; Powder Puff Cheer¬ leader — 12. 19 RODGER LEE BEAVER Rt. 2, Box 160 Waynesboro, Va. Band —9. 10. il, 12 STACEY LANE BAKER 500 Oak Lane Waynesboro, Va. JV Track — 10; Band — 8; Science Club — 9; Sr. Plav; |V Show; Inter¬ class Basketball — 10, 11, 12; SCA Constitution Committee — 10 LESTER SCOTT BLAIR P.O. Box 101 Stuarts Draft, Va. Football — 10, 11, 12; Track — 10, 11; JV Basketball — 10; ]V Football — 9; JV Track — 8. 9; Choral — 8-12; Sr. Play; Interclass Basketball — 8-12 BRADFORD BRENTWOOD BOSSERMAN RT. 1, Box 57 Lvndhurst, Va. Football — 10, 11, 12; JV Baseball - 9; 8th Grade Reporter; JV Football - 8-9 SAMUEL WINSTON ARGENBRIGHT Rt. 1, Lvndhurst Road Lvndhurst, Va. JAMES LESLIE BARNES Rt. 1 Stuarts Draft. Va. Baseball — 11, 12; Basketball — 11; Football — 11, 12: Track — 10; JV Baseball — 8. 9; JV Football — 8, 9. 10; JV Track — 8, 9; Varsity Club — 11, 12; Sr. V.-Pres.; Fresh and Soph. Re¬ porter; JV Show; Interclass Basketball —12 20 WANDA MARIA BROOKS Route 2, Box 447 Stuarts Draft, Va. Pep Club — II); Fit A — 9; Choral - 9, 11, 12; Sr. Play: JV Show; Interclass Basketball — It); Intermural Basket¬ ball — 10; Intermural Volleyball - 10-12 Seniors prepare to take the Betty Crocker Smoots. Homemaker Test. Eventual winner was John DAVID FRANKLIN BORWN P.O. Box 533 Stuarts Draft. Va. FFA — 9 CHARLOTTE DIANE CAMPBELL MARGARET SUSAN CAMPBELL Route 1, Box 370 Route 1, Box 57 Lvndhurst, Va. Lyndhurst, Va. Spanish Club — 10; NHS — 12; Choral - 8; Sr. Play; JV Show; Intermural Volleyball - 8. 9. It). 12 21 REBECCA FAYE CAMPBELL " Becky” Route 1, Box 284 Lyndhurst, Va. Spanish Club — 10; NHS — 12; Sr. Play MICHAEL BERNARD CASON " Racin’ Cason” 810 GWynne Ave. Waynesboro. Va. Pep Club — 11, 12; Interclass Basket¬ ball — 11, 12; Football — 10; (V Foot¬ ball — 8, 9; Spanish Club — 10; Annual Staff — 9, 10 JAMES SCOTT CHILDRESS " Hotty " Route 2 Stuarts Draft. Va. Football — 10-12; Track — 11, 12; Pep Club — 10-12; Varsity Club — 11, 12; SCA — 8, 9; Sr. Class Rep.; SODA — 12; JV Show; Interclass Basketball - 10. 11; KVG — 10-12 CLAYTON DEREI.L COFFEY Rt. 2 Lyndhurst, Va. FFA — 10; Safety Club — 10. 11, 12 DAVID WOOD COREL!, " Jerk " Route 2, Box 557 Stuarts Draft. Va. Football Mgr. — 10-12; Track Mgr. - 11; JV Football Mgr. — 11; Varsity Club — 11, 12; JV Show; Interclass Basketball -8-12 WILLIAM DEXTER COX " Bozo " P.O. Box 54 Lyndhurst. Va. Science Club — 10; Interclass Basket¬ ball — 8.9 22 W1I.UAM LAWRENCE CRITZER, JR. Route I, Box L-86 Lyndhurst, Va. Football — li, 12; FFA — 8, 10, 11, 12; Sr, Plus; Safety Club — 11, 12 DALE CLIFTON CROSBY Route 1, Box 300 Lyndhurst, Va. HAROLD MITCHELL CRUMMETT “Harry " 125 High St. Stuarts Draft. Va. Interclass Basketball — 12 JANET MARIE CLIRRY Route 2, Box 88 Stuarts Draft, Va. Interclass Basketball — 8-12; Inter- mural Basketball — 8, 10-12; Inter- mural Volleyball — 12; Girl ' s Track - 8;DE—11 HENRY WILLIAM DUFF, [R " Billy ' ' Route 2, Box 232 Waynesboro, Va. Spanish Club — It; Band - to-12- Si- Play TAMARRA RENEE FALLS “Tami " 840 Ilawthorno Lane Waynesboro, Va. Forensics — It. 12: Pep Club — 12; SCA Rep. — 12; Nl IS — 12; Choral - 8-11; SODA Sec. — II, 12; Annual Stall 12; Sr. Play; JV Show; Prom Chairman 23 THEODORE III INTER FALLS “Schlitz. Teddy " Rt. 2. Box 368 Waynesboro. Va. JV Baseball — 10; Pep Club — 12; Spanish Club — 9; | V Show; Interclass Basketball —9, 10; KVG — 11. 12 BR1 ICE RODNEY FITZGERALD Rt. 2. Box 393 Stuarts Draft, Va. DECA —11. 12 FRANCES JANE FIX Rt. 2 Stuarts Draft. Va. Interclass Basketball — 10; Inter- mural Basketball — 10; FBLA — 11 REBECCA LYNN GREEN " Becky " 344 Stuart Ave. Stuarts Draft, Va. Pep Club — 8-12; FHA — 8; SCA — 12; Spanish Club — 9, 11; Band — 8-12; Science Club — 8, 9; Sr. Play; [V Show; Interclass Basketball — 8-12; Intermural Basketball — 8-12; Inter¬ mural Volleyball —8-11 JANIE GROAH Lvndhurst, Va. MELVIN EUGENE HAMILTON Rt. 2, Box 448 Wavnesboro, Va. Baseball — 10-12; Basketball — 10-12; Football — 11; JV Baseball - 9; JV Basketball — 9: Varsity Club — 11, 12: Key Club — 10: SCA — 9-11: French Club — 9, 10; NHS — 11. 12; Class President — 10. 11; Science Club - 8-10; SODA — 11; Annual Staff — 12; JV ' Show; Interclass Basketball — 8 24 FORREST CARROLL HAMMER Rl. 2. Box 414 Waynesboro, Va. Football — in ' . VI, 12; Track — in, 12; ]Y Football — 8, 9; IV Track — 9; Pep Club — 10, 12; Varsity Club 11, 12 MICHELE RAE HAMRICK “Miki” Rt. 2. Box 161 Waynesboro, Va. Pep Club — 1(1, 11, 12; French Club — 12; Latin Club — 8, 9, 10; Sr. Play; ]V Show CHARLES JEFFREY HANGER Rl. 2, Box 412 Waynesboro, Va. SCA — 9; Choral — 8, 9; Annual Staff - 12; JV Show; Interclass Basketball — 10, 1 1, 12; SDES — 12 ELIZABETH JO HAYES P.O, Box 258 Stuarts Draft, Va. FHA — 11, 12; Latin Club — 8. 9; N1 IS - 11, 12: Science Club — 9, 10; Sr. Play Prompter; Intermural Basketball — 10; TB and RD Youth Board (repre¬ senting SDHS) Kenton Showalter takes acting lessons from Steve Snyder during Sr. Play practice. Kenton portrayed Mr. Sheaffer and Steve portrayed Mr. Dragen during the production of “Room 2 o’ " 25 fb% WILHELM HEIBL 271)9 Davis Road Waynesboro, Va. BRENDA FOX HEWITT Rt. 1, Box 211 Stuarts Draft. Va. Forensics — 10; |V Forensics 9: Pep Club — 10; FTA — 8, 9, 10, 11; Latin Club — 10, 11; Band — 8, 9, 10, 11; Science Club — 8; Sr, Play; [V Show; Interclass Basketball — 8, 10, 11; Intermural Basketball — 11; Library Assistant — 12 KATHY DIANE HEWITT Rt. 1. Box 434 Lyndhurst, Va. Spanish Club — 10 BEVERLEY SUE HOCKMAN P.O. Box 206 Stuarts Draft, Va. Cheerleading — II. 12; Pep Club - 8-12; FTA — 8. 9, 10; SCA — 10, II; Majorettes — 10; Band — 8. 9, 10; Freshman Secretary; SODA — 12; JV Show; Interclass Basketball — 8-12; Intermural Basketball — 8, 9.10; Inter¬ mural Volleyball — 8: Homecoming Representative — 12 RONALD KERMIT HORNING 841 Kent Road Waynesboro, Va. Football — 11, 12; |V Baseball — 10; Varsity Club — 12; NHS — 12; Science Club — 9. 10; Sr. Play; JV Show; Inter¬ class Basketball — li; Audio Visual - 12 TONY RAY HOUFF “Baby Bull” Rt. 2, Box 398 Waynesboro, Va. Baseball — Kb 11. 12; Basketball —10. 11, 12; Football — 10. 11, 12; Track - 10; JV Baseball - 8. 9; JV Basketball — 9; JV Football — 8, 9; [V Track - 8. 9; Forensics — 9; Vars. Club — 10, 11, 12; SCA — 8, 9; 8th and 9th Grade Pres.; SODA — 11, 12; JV Show; Inter¬ class Basketball — 8: Bovs ' State — 11 26 DAVID LEE HUFFMAN Lyndhurst, Vn. Track — 11; Varsity Club — 11; Lalin Club — 11; Interclass Basketball — 11 DONALD WATKINS HUGHES “Pink Panther” Rt. 2, Box 351D Waynesboro, Va. Track — 8, 9; |V Track — 8, 9; FFA — 9; JV Baseball — 9, 10; Interclass Bas¬ ketball — 10, 11 RICHARD EDWARD HUNTER “Eddie” Rt. 2, Box 338 Stuarts Draft, Va. GORDON WILLIAM HUNTER. |R. “Billy” Rt. 2, Box 520 Stuarts Draft. Va. Football — 10-12; Track — 11; JV Base¬ ball — 10; Varsity Club — 11, 12; FFA — 8-12; French Club — 12; Latin Club - 10-12; Sr. Class President; SODA — 12; Sr. Plav; JV Show; Interclass Bas¬ ketball — 11.12; KVG — 11, 12 ANDREW JACKSON JOHNSON, JR. “Andy” Box 191 Stuarts Draft, Va. Baseball — 10-12; Football — 10-12; Track - I I; JV Baseball - 9; JV Fool- ball - 9; Varsity Club — 11, 12; Inter¬ class Basketball — 11; Vice-President of DECA RONALD LEE JOHNSON “Ron” Box 191 Stuarts Draft, Va. Baseball 11; Football -10-12; Track 11; JV Baseball - 10: JV Football 9; Varsity Club — 11, 12; Inlerclass Basketball 11 27 JOHN ' LLOYD KELSO Box 73 Stuarts Draft, Va. Football — 1(1-12; Varsity Club — 11, 12; )V Football — 9; FFA — 8, 9; Inter- class Basketball — 9-11; Intermural Basketball — 9-11 GARY LEE KILLINGSWORTH Route 1 Stuarts Draft, Va. |V Baseball — 10; FFA — 12; JV Show; Interclass Basketball — 11 ROBIN GAIL KIVETT Route 1, Box 754 Stuarts Draft. Va. F.B.L.A. — 11, 12 DEBORAH MARIE LEGG " Debbie” 520 Virginia Ave. Stuarts Draft, Va. Forensics — 10-12: FTA — 11, 12; FHA - 12; Science Club — 8, 9; Sr. Play Seniors always were flashy dressers and technical geniuses. 28 DIANA ELIZABETH LIEBAL Rt. 2. Box 244 Waynesboro, Va. Powderpuff Football; Gymnastics - 8. 9; Pep Club — 12: FHA 11; Play Day - It; Choral — 8-12; Science Club — 10: ]. Y. Show: Interclass Basketball - 12; Intermural Volleyball — 8-12 KATHY LOAN BROWN Rt. 1, Box 114 Stuarts Draft, Va. PAGE LESLIE COHR Rt. 2, Box 218 Waynesboro, Va. Science Club — 10; SODA — 12; Sr. Play; J.V. Show; Interclass Basketball - 9; Intermural Volleyball — 10; Intermural Basketball — 9, 10; Drama Club — 9; Gymnastics — 9; Powder Puff — 11,12 GEORGE FRANKLIN LOWERY Rt. 1 Stuarts Draft, Va. CYNTHIA LOUISE MABRY " Cindy ' ' York Avenue Stuarts Draft, Va. FTA — 11; Band — 8-12; Science Club — 8 SUSAN BRUCE McCLURE 405 Virginia Avenue Stuarts Draft, Va. Varsity Forensics — 11; Pep Club - 8-12; FTA — 8-12 ; SCA — 10, 12; Choral — 10, 11;,Class Oflicery_10 - Secretary, It Reporter; Science Club — 8: SODA — 11, 12; Sr. Play; J.V. Show; Interclass Basketball — 8; Intermural Basketball —8, 9,10; Inter¬ mural Volleyball — 8, 9, 10; Library Assistant — 12 29 ■I WILLIAM LEE MOORE ■ ' Billy” 209 Crestview Stuarts Draft, Va. Football — 10-12; JV Baseball — 10; Pep Club 11-12; Varsity Club — 12; Interclass Basketball 10 BAMBI MARLENE MUSTARD 100 Summercrest Apt, 35 Way nesboro, Va. Gymnastics — 8; Pep Club — 9; Choral — 8, 9, 11, 12; Science Club — 10; JV Show; Interclass Basketball 8 GARY JAY NEUGER 1261 Sunset Lane Waynesboro, Va. Forensics — 10-12; JV Forensics — 9; Kev Club — 10; SCA — 11; French Club — 12; Latin — 8. 9; Band — 8-12; NHS — 12; Science Club — 8, 11: SODA — 12: JV Show; Interclass Basketball — 8-12; Basketball — Mgr. 9 JOHN CRAWFORD PATTERSON 638 Oak Lane Waynesboro, Va. DANNY BRENT PLEASANT Route 2 Waynesboro, Va. GARY CULLEN RADFORD Box 233 Stuarts Draft, Va. Football — 10-12; Track — 10, 11; JV Basketball — 10; JV Football — 9; JV Track — 9; JV Show; Interclass Bas¬ ketball -8.9.11,12 30 I FBI, A CONNIE SUE RAMSEY Rt, 1. Box 51 Lyndhurst, Va. — 11,12; Choral — 8. 9 WALTER LYNN SEXTON " Butch " P.O. Box 114 Lvndhurst, Va, 8th Grade Basketball; JV Football - 8, 9: Spanish Club — 10; Science Club - 9; Interclass Basketball — 8-11; Intermural Basketball — 10 DOUGLAS PAUL ROSARIO " Rosie " Rt. 1, Box 751B Stuarts Draft, Va. Baseball — 11; Basketball — 11, 12; SCA President — 12; SODA — 11. 12; Sr. Play; JV Show; Interclass Basket¬ ball Referee — 11, 12; Powder Puff Cheerleader — 12; Varsity Club - 11-12 LINDA LEE RYDER 1011 Fairway Drive Waynesboro, Va. FHA — 8; Latin Club — 9; NHS — 12; Science Club — 9; Sr. Play Prompter; Intermural Basketball —10. LYDIA MARIE SHEAFFER I I 10 St. Davids Lane Waynesboro, Va. Cheurleudiny — It, 12; JV Cheerlead- ing — 10; 8th Grade Cheerleading; Pep dull — 8-12; FTA — 8, 9; SCA - 12; French Club — 8, 9; Choral — 8, 9; Fresh. Treas; Soph Reporter; Jr. V.- Pres.; Science Club — 8, 9, 10: SODA - 12; Annual Staff — 12; JV Show; Interclass Basketball - 8-12; Inter- mural Basketball — 8, 9; Homecoming Rep. — 10, 11; Homecoming Queen — 12; Powder Puff Football — 11, 12 THOMAS EDWARD SHEAFFER " Eli- 1110 St. Davids Lane Waynesboro, Va. Baseball — IT 12; Basketball — 11, 12; JV Basketball - 10; JV Football — 8; JV Track — 9; Vars. Club — 12; Key Club — 10; SCA — 10, 11, 12; French Club — 9; Band 8, 9, 11. 12; Band V.- Pres. — 12; NHS — 11, 12; Soph., Jr., Sr. Treas; Science Club — 9, 10; SODA - 11, 12; Pres. SODA — 12; JC Show; Interclass Basketball — 8, 9; DuPont Summer Science Program — 11; Homecoming Rep. — 11,12 31 KENTON DEAN SHOWALTER Route 2, Box 279 Waynesboro, Va. ]V Baseball — 9; JV Basketball — 19; Basketball Scorekeeper — 11, 12; 8th Grade Basketball; Forensics — 10-12; Pep Club — 12; CSA — 12; French Club — 9, 12; NHS — 11, Pres. — 12; Science Club — 19; Sr. Play; JV Show AVA — 12 LINDA LEE SIMS Route 1. Box 311 Lvndhurst, Va. VICA — 12; FHA — 19 STEVEN THOMAS SNYDER “Arnie, Big Al " Wayne Avenue Stuarts Draft, Va. Baseball — 10, 11; Basketball — 11; JV Basketball — 9, 10; 8th Grade Bas¬ ketball; Powder Puff Cheerleader Queen; Golf — 12; Pep — 12; Varsity Club — 11, 12; Key Club — 10; Latin Club — 8, 9,12; Science Club — 10, 11; Annual Staff — 11, 12; Sr. Play — 12; JV Show; Interclass Basketball — 8. 12; Who’s Who In American High Schools IRENE LORETTA SPIEKER Route 1. Box 342 Lvndhurst, Va. Ping Pong — 8, 9; Gymnastics — 9; Powder Puff Football — 11, 12; Inter- class Basketball — 11; Intermural Basketball — 9-11; Intermural Volley¬ ball — 8, 9, 11, 12; Girls Track — 8-12 JOHN PFEIFFER SMOOTS 109 Colony Lane Waynesboro, Va. SODA — 12; Interclass Basketball - 11,12 KATHY JO STAUDT Route 2, Box 176 Waynesboro, Va. Cheerleading — 10, 12; JV Cheerlead¬ ing — 9; 8th Grade Cheerleading; Forensics — 10-12; Pep Club — 8-12; SCA — 12; French Club — 9; NHS — 11, Treas. — 12; Choral — 8, 9; SODA - 11, 12; Sr. Play; JV Show, Interclass Basketball — 9, 10; Intermural Basket¬ ball —10; Girls State 32 MELODY ELIZABETH WEAVER P.O. Box 274 Stuarts Draft, Ya. ETA — 11. 12: FHA — 11, 12; Spanish Club — 10: N1IS — 11. 12: Choral — 9: 8th Grade Secretary; Sr. Play Promp¬ ter DARRELL WALKER WILLIS Rt. 1, Box 294 Lyndhurst, Va. Track - 8-9; Science Club — 8, 9; DE Club — 12 KAREN SUE WINGFIELD Rt. 2, Box 210 Waynesboro, Va. Cheerleader — 11, 12; Pep Club — 8- 12; FHA — 8. 9, 10; SCA - 12: Jr. Class Secretary; Science Club — 9; JV Show; Interclass Basketball — 8-12; Intermural Ba sketball — 8-12: Inter- mural Volleyball — 12; 1st V Pres — FHA DAVID GEORGE WISEMAN “George” Rt. 2, Box 172B Stuarts Draft, Va. Football — 10; JV Baseball — 9; SCA - 12; Sr. Play; Interclass Basketball — 10 JESSIE REBECCA WISEMAN Rt. 2. Box 172B Stuarts Draft, Va. Choral — 12; SODA — 11, 12; Sr. Play; Interclass Basketball It), 11, 12; I ntermural Basket ball 10, l l, 12; Intermural Volleyball — 9, 10; Pep Club — II; FHA — 8. 9 35 Those Seniors not pictured: MICHAEL EDWIN ALLEN Rt. 2 Waynesboro, Va, ]IJDY ANN BELL Lyndhurst, Va. Pep Club — 11, 12; EHA - 11, 12; Choral — 9, 10, II; Sr. Play: JV Show; Intermural Basketball — 11; Intermural Volleyball — 11 DALE WESLEY COFFEY Rt. 1 Stuarts Draft, Va. Interclass Basketball — 9, 10, 11; VICT Club — 11-12; Library Club — 9 MARTI IA SELENA LIPTRAP Rt. 2, Box 301 Stuarts Draft, Va. Sr. Play; Gymnastics — 8, 9 CONNIE TERESA RHODES Rt. 2, Box 104 Stuarts Draft, Va. Intermural Volleyball — 8; DE Club — 11, 12 WILLIAM GREG VARNEY Rt. 2, Stuarts Draft, Va. LEE DARLENE BABER Rt. 2, Box 291 Stuarts Draft, Va. DECLUB —H, 12 JAMES ERANKLIN BUNCH “Jim " Rt. 2 Waynesboro, Va. FFA — 11, 12; Sr. Play; JV Show; KVG — 11, 12 DEBRA ANN CONNER " Debbie” Box 1181 Waynesboro, Va. EHA — 8, 9, 10; Track — 8; DE Club; Girls Ping Pong — 8 DORIS LUCAS MICHAEL Rt. 2, Box 571 Stuarts Draft, Va. EHA — 10 SUE ELLEN SMITH “Skout " Box 50 Stuarts Draft. Va. Powderpuff Football CHRISTOPHER GEORGE WOODSON " Good Book " Box 65 Lyndhurst, Va. Football — 11, 12; Track — 10, 11, 12; JV Track — 8, 9; Varsity Club — 10, 11, 12; Sr. Play; JV Show; Choral - 8-12; Inter¬ class Basketball 8-12; DE President; Choral President; Varsity Club Sgt.-of-Arms LEONARD WAYNE BALSLEY Rt. 1. Box 92 Lyndhurst, Va. EE A — 8 ROBERT MIC1IAEL BURKHOLDER " Burk " Rt. 2, Box 396 Waynesboro, Va. JV Football — 8, 9: EE A — 9, 10, 11, 12; Interclass Basketball — 10 WILLIAM LAWRENCE CRITZER, JR. Lyndhurst, Va. FFA — 10, 11, 12; KVG — 10,11 DEBRA LOWE MIZE “Debbie” Rt. 2, Box 423 Stuarts Draft, Va. DE Club — 11 DONALD RAY TRUSLOW " Donnie " Rt. 1, Box 41 Lyndhurst, Va. Science Club — 9; Interclass Basketball — 8, 9,10, 12 JUNIORS The junior Class was burdened down with the JV Show and the Jr.-Sr. Prom. Leadership was provided by (left to right) Lynn Buehler, Reporter; Spring Johnson, Secretary; Tim Llarris, President; and Mindy Free¬ man, Vice-President. Absent from picture is Sally Hanshaw, Treasurer. Aileen Addison Amy Addison David Allen Wilma Arey Jimmy Baker Steve Ballew 37 uniors learn the impact class rings can have on their wallets. Lelancl Bell Charles Beverage Steve Black Curtis Blair Jerry Bosserman Jeff Bradley Paula Bridge Jerrylane Brooks Robert Brown Crystal Bryant Jimmy Bryant Lynn Buehler Bobby Burkholder Janet Campbell Jeff Campbell Annette Chausey Danny Clinedinst Debbie Coffey Terri Coffey Mike Coyner 39 Bea Comer Allen Davis Vanessa Diggs Polina Duff Harry East Jackie Eaves Pam Edwards Shanna Fainter Bucky Fitzgerald Martha Fitzgerald Donnie Fox Mindy Freeman I i 40 uri Pearl Freeman Johnny Gayhart John Greco Bill Grove Terri Hanger Sally Hanshaw Tim Harris Danny 1 latter Ernest 1 lewitt Sherry I lockman Julie 1 loward Lewis Huffman 41 Ronnie Hunt Fred Hyden Bruce Johnson Glen Johnson Gloria Johnson Samuel Johnson Spring Johnson Julie Kindig Lucy Kindig 42 43 Roxie Mays Randy McGann Terry McKay Donna Moore Jane Norcross Carter Pence Sandy Petit Linda Porter David Quillen Barbara Rhodes Dale Riddle John Robinson 1 44 Karen Robertson Patricia Rouss Randy Sandy Guy Shifflet Jim Short Ken Showalter Mike Coyner does his patriotic duty dur¬ ing “President Nixon’s " (Steve Snyder) visit. The other member of the “Secret Service” is John Kelso. 45 Amy and Missy Scott Terrel! of our Cougar football games. Doug Simmers Nancy Smith Cooky Snelson Tina Snider Paul Spink Mitzi Stidham Tate Swecker 46 nm John Waugh Miriam Weaver Doris Wells Diane Williams Russell Williams Ann Wright Si sl; I P: Those juniors not pictured are: Andy Addison, George Bell. Roberta Brooks, Jeff Grey. Teresa Griffin, Roger Hyden, Donna Lynch, Patricia Miller, Deloris Mullins, William Nelson, Ronald Painter and Blanche Swisher Mr. Hull and Mr. Ware discuss the morning announcements before informing the school of current events. 48 SOPHOMORES Sophomore class midway through high school, elects officers to lead them. The class of “75 " of S.D.H.S. strives for the best. Diana Alltop — president, Eddie Staudt— vice president, Sara Flintom — secretary, Paula Berrang — treasurer, and Jane Covner - reporter. Jeff Alexander Jeanne Allen Mike Almarode Diane Alltop Maurice Apple Aaron Atkins Debbie Bailey JudyBalslev Doug Barnes Sandy Beatty 49 ■ Linda Benavitch Danny Bell Joan Breur Jackie Brooks Paula Berrang Jeff Brown Larry Brown Sue Bryan Doug Burford Ellen Byrd Luke Campbell Dwight Clark Sharon Clarke Joyce Coffey Steve Coffey 50 Paul Floyd t David Fox Richard Fitzgerald Russell Flesher Sara Flintom Kirk Good Pat Fox Debbie Fretwell James Fretwell Scott German “Doc " Day delivers one of his many informal medical lectures to the Sophomore class. MikeGroah Larry Hailey I J M ike Ham Darlene 1 Hamilton Jeff Hall Marcie Hall 51 Barry 1 lorning D. J. Humphreys Tim Hupp Janet Jacks Bradley Jones Patty Jones Larry Kennedy Karen Kent Debbie Kiser Nancey Lawrence 52 Jill Loving Cim Lunsford Darlene Mays Mike Mays Sue Mays Sherree Monroe Richard Mutherspaw jess Neuger Lindv Ottinger Sharon Patterson Cindy Pickus Doris Plummer Larry Rom.line 53 Lynn Steele Brenda Stinnet Orvin Stinnett Melinda Stubbs James Terry The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders are enthusiastic throughout the year as shown in picture above, left to right: Joy, Connie, Sherree, and Joa n, [•’ranees Truslow Cindy Truslow 54 Sometimes English is a fun class to leave. Those sophomores nol pictured are: Sheila Bell, Kathryn Bower, Dale Brown, David Brubaker, Philip Brubaker, David Fitzgerald, Leo Hailey, Donald Johnson, Clinton Loan, Jackie Lowery, Russell Lowery, Diane Lucas, Paul Shirley, and James Worley. Sherry Truslow Charlie Vickars Leonard Vincent Teresa Warble Chuck Warren Sidney Weaver David Wingfield Barbara Wiseman Ronald Wright Anita Younger 55 FRESHMEN P’reshman officers lead their class through the year. From left to right; Wendy Buehler, President; Bonnie Cox, Vice-President; Debbie Warren, Secretary; and Valerie Naletko, Treasurer. Clarence Alexander Jeff Almarode Karen Almarode Scott Almarode Blair Arbogast Ann Atkins Jeff Baska Ricky Baska Sharlene Bell Chris Berrang Jo Beverley Debbie Blum Doug Blum Shirley Bosserman Sarah Bradley 56 Byron Brenneman Andy Brooks Dobbin Brooks DobbyBuchanan Wendy Buohlor Donald Bunch Dale Burford Cindy Campbell Larry Carter Sue Chepolis Arlene Clavtor Walter Cleavenger Sharon Clements Cathy Clinedinst Tommy Clinedinst Becky Coffey Darryl Coffey (imrny Coffey Mike Coffey Susan Coffey Chris Cohron Debbie Coker Bonnie Cox Kathy Crottv David Cull Billy Daugherty Jody Davis Richard Davis Eddie Dixon Jerry Driver 57 Gail Duff ]ackie Dunaway Joy Eddins Angela Edwards Steve Erehart Susan Englert Ellen Kelso prepares for " lights out " Gloria Eubank Chuck Eustler Charlie Flintom Kathy Fickes Betsy Finnecv Diane Fitzgerald Jeff Fitzgerald Preston Fitzgerald Tony Forbes Doug Fretwell Jeff Fretwell Garry Gale Susan Gibson Angela Gilbert Sharon Gleason 58 Future l ash ion models? Margaret Glenn Anne Good Mike Graham Pat Graham Kim Green David Greenwalt Carlton Griffin Gail Grove Jewell Grove Kir k Grove Monty Hall Teri Hamrick Debbie Hanger Paula Hanshaw Tony Harmon Walt I larnon Tam i 1 larris Kathy Henderson Tony Henderson J ames H iggins 59 David Howard Jennifer Hoy William Hudlovv Crystal I lumphries Belly Jane Hunter Mclelha Johnson Ellen Kelco Kathy Kennedy Bobby Killingsworth Ron Kiser Michael Kivistik Mark Layman Shelby Layman Dawn Legg Sue Liebal Gay Losh Billy Lowe Sharon Lucas Boh Lunny Tamara Malcolm What? l| 60 r Benny Pringle Susan Quillen Debbie Ralston Robby Quick Debbie Raines Tina Ramsev 61 Mike Rankin Karen Robertson Carol Ryder Ruth Ryder Webster Shaffer Phyllis Simmons Susie Smoots Terry Stevens Rodney Stinnett Mary Ann Strickler Cheryl Stubbs Jeffrey Swartz Terry Swecker Dennis Sweet Butch Thompson Wanda Tisdale Steve Via Debbie Warren Tim Troxell Wesley Wampler Jeff Warren David Truslow Kitty Warble Debbie Wau h ' 1 62 Some days il just doesn ' t pay to get out of bed. Mrs. Ramsey is puzzled over World Geography. Doug Weaver Annette Wheeler Betsy Weaver Jay Weaver Scott Whitesell Brenda Weaver Donna Webb Andv Willis Those Freshmen not pictured are: Barry Baker, Joyce Bell, Farrell Bower, Christine Brooks, Timothy Brooks, Franklin Brown, Carolyn Bryant, Roland Burnette, Carolyn Comer, Cathy Conner, Roger Davis, James Fitzgerald, Kenneth Fitzgerald, Cynthia Glenn, Joyce Griffin, Patricia Grove, James Hall, Doris Hoge, Brent Houff, Pamela Inserra, Jerry Lowery, Tony Lowery, James Miller, Kenneth Scragg, George Shaffer, Willie Starke and Richard Woodson. 63 8th GRADE The eighth grade class worked hard in promoting spirit and fellowship throughout the school, with the help of their officers: left to right: Bonnie Hanshaw, vice president; Phillip Spalding, president; Virginia Cox, secretary; Cecelia 11 anger, treasurer; and Sue Wright, reporter. Kevin Almurode Debbie Anderson Amy Atkins Andy Baber Harold Begeler Diane Bell Hilda Bell Karen Berrang Cheryl Berry Diane Beverage Gordon Boppe Darrell Branch Gladys Brooks William Brooks Gilda Brown 64 Toddy lirown BookyBu rich Olonn Hi i rk hoi dor Brenda (Tun pbell Andy Campbell David CampholI Eddie Campboll Paul Carter Stove Clark Paul Claytor Gary Coffey Richard Cohron Tina Collins Lowell Comer Brenda Conner Virginia Cox Robin Cromer Charles Crummett Dreama Davis Debbie Dedrick Donna Dedrick Craig Dovel Ricky Doyle Stove Driver Dennis Drumheller David Dulaney Alvson East Amy East Jeff Ellinger Nancy E(linger 65 Linda Falls Tina Fainter Billy Farris James Farris Barry Fee Rod Ferguson Doug Fitzgerald Darlene Fix Tony Floyd Cecell Freeman Marianne Marcotte Beth Gilbert Marion Gleason Brenda Green Debbie Green Dawn Griffin Carl Groah Ricky Hall Dea Hamerick Marie Hamilton Cecelia Hanger Bonnie 1 lanshaw Cora Harris David Harris Gail Harris Phillip 1 farris Willie 1 farris Kathy Harrison Dwight 1 latter Rebecca Hatter 66 Galon I loalwolo Garland I loalwnlo Phyl I is I lenderson S a n cl I lenderson Kathy Hewitt |ohn Higgins Eddie Campbell and Sandra Powell discover " play dough " in art. Gary 1 lyde Judy Jones Julie Johnson Roy Kiser Alysia Kivlighan Rusty Kivett Steven Knous Robbie Koogler Mike bam her! Don nirLeech Gladys Lipscomb Maxie Liplrap Perry Lohr James Lucas Mike Lyons 67 ■ Jo Ann Mannly Robert Martin St ■ p Mays Michael Marshall Marcia Martin Laura Martinez Jody Mathias Jay McClure Laurie McKay Allison McKechnie Gary Miller Charles Moran Tommy Moreman Debbie Moses David Mowen Gladys Mullins Tony Musick Becky My ers Dennis Neuger Anita Nichols Paul Padilla Paul Painter Billy Panned Timmy Patterson Blandean Price Barbara Pull in Betty Raines Debbie Rickman Susan Riley Doug Robertson 68 Debbie Slockman Linda Strickier Marcia Tolley John Truslow Philip Spalding Karen Stidham Who is the demon that is terrorizing the halls of Stuarts Draft? ' CV V Linda Ro be rlson Sharon Robertson Stephanie Shull Roy ShiI licit |on Short Kay Simmons Erica Simmons Pam Sims Tammy Smith Pam Snider Robbv Snopkowski Rhonda Sorrells 69 Ricky Truslow Stephen Vincent Jeff Wamsley Donnie Weaver Sue Wright Bill Vance David Vines Robert Warren Tim Wilson John Young School can be an exhausting experience. Those 8th graders not pictured: Donald Allman, Danny Baker, Russell Brown, judy Byrd, Harry Chandler, Paul Claytor, Rita Diehl, David Diggs, Roger Farris, Jeffrey Fretwell, Gary Garth, Ira f lailev, Pamela Hiner, Alan Jacks, William Lawrence, Terry Lowery, Earl McCary, Elizabeth Miller, Thomas Painter, Sandra Powell, Charles Purcell, Bruce Shirley, Gary Smith, James Smith, Stuart Stinnett, and Russell Varney. 70 Mr. I lank Covner Math 9, 12. Mr. Clifford Hamilton Algebra 1, Math 8, 9. Mrs. Patricia Spilman Art I, II, III, IV, Annual Staff. Miss Doris Critzer Gen. Business, Bookkeeping, Typing. Mr. William 11 ale U. S. History Mrs. Frances Lodoen Physics, Chemistry. 71 Mr. Brian Holsopple Choral, English 8 Miss Ruth Ferree French, English 9 Mrs. Ann Hanger English 8 Mr. William Harouff Driver Education Mr. Jessie Hamilton Government, Sociology and Humanities Mr. Charles Huffman Director of Student Activities, World Geography 72 Mr. Robert Bateman RIVOW, OTShop, Wood I, II Mr. Roy Kelly D.E. Mr. Shannon Winton Gen. Shop, Graphic Arts, Mech. Drawing, and AV Equip. Mr. Martin Cline Biology, Civics Mrs. Barbara Sheffield Latin 1,11 Mrs. Naomi Ramsey Soc. Studies, World Geo., Economics 73 Mr. Finley Lotts Science 9 r Mr. Kenneth Patterson Science 8, 9 Mrs. Joan Brown Phys. Ed. 8, 10 (girls) Miss Mary Lou Leake English 10, 11 Mrs. Debbie Ballew English 9, Drama Creative Writing and Adv. Comp. Mr. Ed Coleman Phys. Ed. 9, 10 (boys). World Geography 74 STUARTS DRAFT IS FOR ATHLETES ATHLETES ATHLETES ATHLETES ATHLETES ATHLETES ATHLETES 75 Varsity Football: 1st row: Andy Johnson, Mike Coyner, Jim Short, Jim Barnes, Gordon Hunter, Bill Walsh, Chris Woodson, 2nd row: Steve Ballew. Tony Houff, Frank Almarode, Jim Terrell, Bob Burkholder, Brad Bosserman, John Kelso, Ron Johnson, Bill Grove, 3rd row: Allen Davis, Scott Childress, David Wingfield, Maurice Appl, George Layman, James Baker, Danny Sweet, Forrest Hammer, Billy Moore, 4th row: Darrel Leach, Steve Harris, Larry Romaine, Mike Almarode, Ron Kiser, Leland Bell, Curtis Blair, Russ Williams, Ken Showalter, 5th row: Tim Harris, Luke Campbell, Tony Henderson, Lynn Steele, Steve Via, Kirk Good, Donnie Johnson, William Critzer, Harry Moore, 6th row: Bill Hale (coach|. Chuck 1 luffman (head coach) and Hank Coyner (coach]. Tony prepares to turn the corner for a long gain against Wilson. Determination rewards Forrest with six hard-earned points. 76 Hilly Grove releases the ball moments before the Hurricanes hit. Hornets give chase as Jimmy Terrell sweeps the end. 77 78 FRANK ALMARODE 165 lbs. 6 ' 1 ” Def. Back “Speed is the essence of all power " BILLY MOORE 160 lbs. 5’10 " Guard “Intelligence is the name of the game " DOUG ALEXANDER 160 lbs. 5’10” Guard “Always plugging the Hole " RONALD HORNING 170 lbs. 61” End “A man of few words but many deeds " 80 GORDEN HUNTER 185 lbs. 511” Tackle " A block of granite in a sandstone line” IIMMY TERRELL 175 lbs. 6 ' 2” End “A nose for the game” BRAD BOSSERMAN 160 lbs. 5’10” Linebacker “Determined Persistence” JIM BARNES 170 lbs. 6’0” Del . Back " Yankee Cougar came to play” 81 SCOTT CHILDRESS 185 lbs. 6’2” Tackle “Scott is very good " TONY HOUFF 205 lbs. 6 ' 0 " Running Back “Our baby bull ' ANDY JOHNSON 160 lbs. 5 10 " Guard “Enthusiasm compensates for size 82 M l f • ■ FORREST HAMMER 175 lbs. 510” Running Back " Mr. Clean” RONNIE JOHNSON 165 lbs. 6 0” End “Hands like glue” CHRIS WOODSON 180 lbs. 6’ 1 " Running Back ‘‘Slow to get up and slower to bring down” 83 The J.V. Football Team, front: John Truslow, Gary Gale, Kirk Grove, Rill Marcotte. Tony Forbes, Eddie Campbell, Charles Flintom, Terry Swecker and Donnie Weaver. 2nd row: William Daughtry, Dale Burford, Bob Killingsworth. Ron Kiser, Butch Thompson. Chris Berrang, Steve Via, Chris Cohron, Willie 1 larris and Ricky Woodson. 3rd row: Coach Coleman, Jimmy Higgins, Wayland Bowers, Scott Almarode, Tony Floyd, David Matter, Mike Lyons, Tim Brooks, Mike Rankin, Steve Norcross, Jeff Baska and Robbie Koogler. Cougar Coaches, Covner and Hale, reflect team ' s determination. Bill Spihman, of the News-Virginian is in the middle of things. Lack of Cougar spirit affects team ' s outlook. 84 The Varsity Basketball Team, front: Chuck Warren, Mgr., Bill Nelson, Randy Sandy, Tom Sheaffer and Jim Day, Mgr. 2nd row, Guy Shifflet, Doug Rosario, Mike Cogner. Frank Almarode, Melvin Hamilton, John Robinson, Jimmy Terrell, Bobby Burkholder and Tony Houff. Doug Rosario leads the charge against the Streaks. Jimmy Terrell pumps in 2 more points against Wilson. 85 Despite Tony ' s pleading, the elusive sphere continues out of bounds as Mike and Melvin jockv for position. T Ronald Morning records one of the more pleasureful moments of Doug’s season as Mike and Peewee stare in disbelief. Jimmy appears to he both puzzled and angered at John Wither’s rebounding ability. , i 86 r TOP 1 • I1I ' : I ' oily muscles in I wo points nf ;iinsl Pi m woo Johnson. I.( ) I ,R 1,1.1 ' I I )oiij_; shoo Is over (hip (Info use. III ' .LOU: Hobby successfully ilrows choree ii ninsl Inf ' ll fly inf I lon iciino. 87 Basketball is a non-contact sport. Ask Doug about it. Mike goes up and over for an easy two points against Fort. 88 Frankie leads Ihe mad scramble for the elusive sphere. Jimmy displays the proper concentration while shooting. 89 Kneeling: Kirk Grove, Eddie Staudt, Leroy Smith, Doug Burford, David Wingfield, Walt Cleavenger, Bobby Killingsworth, Bryan Brene- man and Ron Kiser. Standing: (Managers) Charles Flintom and Bradley Jones, Scott German, Dale Burford, Darrell Leach, Ellis Faub- er. Doug Barnes, Kirk Goode, Maurice Appl, Walter Harper, Jay Weaver and Coach Bill t lale. Everyone takes a breather while waiting for action to resume. Doug Barnes prepares to add to the score as Maurice Appl and Doug Burford approve. 90 R The eighth grade team started out their basketball ca¬ reers in high school very well. They gave basketball fans much to look forward to in the coming years at the Draft. Scott Humphries pumps in two points in a game against Fort Doug Robertson prepares to add a couple of points to his total. Defiance. 91 92 93 r Members of the Varsity Baseball team are: Doug Burford, Tom Sheaffer, Bobby Killingsworth, Ricky Baska, David Wingfield. Second row: Melvin Hamilton, Doug Barnes, Mike Coyner, Jim Terrell and Tony Houff. Doug is successful in beating out this infield hit. Unfortunately, the team was not quite as successful, falling 1 to 0. Coach Alexander is neither confused nor intimidated by the emphatic Streak ' s coach. Too bad the umpire and Tony aren ' t as sure. 1 94 I Tom and Doug exhibit some of (he fundamentals - of baseball during a practice session. Try as he did, David was just a little hit late in this foot race to the base during a game against rival Waynesboro. r v Daryl completes the put-out just in time to retire this straining Giant. ■ 95 Loyal fans support our team during a home game. Dared Leach awaits the throw as a Streak streaks toward the bag. Mel Hamilton slides safelv into home as all Cougar fans can see. Umpires are known tomake bad calls however, and Mel is called out. 96 Somebody is aboul In lie cleaned! But who will il he? ()ne tiling is certain, the umpire is on lop of this play. The fearless leader, Big Al. Basebal 1 or math, which would you choose? Below: Relief duty or congratulations? From the looks of Tony and the opponents coach, it appears to be congratulations. 97 BASEBALL 1973 WAS A SEASON OF SWEET The proper way to slide safely into bases is shown here by Bobby as he makes one of his frequent appearances in a game. ■. is one enjoys the Cougars games, i! are lhe just posing. Notice the bo who appears to be helping himsell to some bats. 98 r T i Tom takes a breather as he stops at third before going on to score. Melvin waits patiently for the pitch but Ricky is anxious to get his next hit. David prepares to tee-off on the next pitch, but who knows where it will land. Tony sneaks off first base as he hopes to get the chance to steal second base. 99 ■I AIJTOGRAPI IS FROM YOIJR FAVORITE ATHLETES The Cougars had a 6-5 overall record and a 5-5 league record. This was large¬ ly attributed to a .269 team batting average. Most of the credit for this goes to: BATTING Tom She offer average .409 Tony Houff .343 Daryl Leach .333 Mike Coyner .333 Tom Sheaffer HITS 18 Tony Houff 11 Daryl Leach 11 Mike Coyner 11 Tony Houff RBI 10 Daryl Leach 10 Tom Sheaffer 9 Tom Sheaffer RUNS 12 Tony Houff 9 Frank Almarode 7 David Wingfield 7 Doug Barnes PITCHING wins losses strikeouts ERA 3 1 32 1.35 Melvin Hamilton 3 2 37 2.31 nan ■ 101 Pictured above are the athletes that received awards at the Sportman’s Club banquet. Tony Houff, Outstanding Athlete and Best Offensive Player. |im Terrell. Best Defensive Football Player. Mike Coyner, Best Offensive Basketball Player. Steve Sny der, Most Valuable Golfer. Bobby Burkholder. Most Valuable Track Athlete. Irene Spieker, Most Valuable Girl ' s Track Athlete. Tom Sheaffer, Most Outstanding Sportsmanship. Sherry. Kathy, and Beverly take a well-deserved break during a football game. 102 Varsity Cheerleaders: (Kneeling) Amy Addison. Pearl Freeman. Linda Troslow, Karen Snopkowski; IStanding) Beverly Hoekman Karen Wingfield, Sherry Hoekman; (On Top) Karen Kent, Lydia Sheaffer and Kathy Staudt. mm mm J.V. Cheerleaders: From Left: ]oy Eddins, Jane Covner, Joan Breuer, Melinda Stubbs, Kim Green, Susan Quillan, Sherry Monroe, Con¬ nie Lohr, Valerie Naletko and Wendy Beuhler. Cougar spirit is demonstrated by j.V. ' s at the Homecoming Pep Rally. 104 8th Grade Cheerleaders: (left to right) Tina Collins, Karen Stidham, Alysia Kivilighan, Bonnie Hanshaw, Laurie McKay, Sue Wright, Kay Simmons, Pam Smith and Debbie Greene. Debbie Greene, Bonnie Hanshaw, and Sue Wright cheer their team to victorv during the 8th grade tournament. 105 Under the able direction of coaches Hank Coyner and Bill Hale, the 1973 track team was able to achieve many of their goals. This was onlv possible after many hours of determined hard work. Their somewhat unimpressive record is no measurement of thei[■ success as many new school records were set. The future of track at Stuarts Draft appears bright with continued deter¬ mination, persistence and sincerity as was demonstrated by the team this past year. New school records set in ’73 Scott Childress Shot Put 42’7” Bobby Burkholder Leland Bell 330 yd. hurdles 43:0 Mike Mays Mile Run 5:00.2 Marvin Cook Mike Almarode Mile Relay 3:57.5 Byron Brenneman 2 Mile Run 10:29.1 Mike Mays Forrest 1 lammer 100 yd. dash 10:2 106 SHANNON’S SHANKERS OUR GOLF TEAM “103!? " Our beloved leader Shannon Winton, who look a team of hackers to the District Tourna¬ ment. (undoubtedly we must not have won the last match). Steve Snyder, our No. 1 Golfer finds trouble on a cold day. Is it a trout or a titleist you ' re looking for? 107 Keep your eye on the ball, Kenton. It ' s one of the most important parts of the game. Steve Snyder cannot keep his eye on the ball due to the glare from his white golf shoes. SDf IS golf attracted many followers during its first year. This group of spectators obviously enjoy what they see. m 108 .. .JUST HACKERS. wu 109 r r - The many Facets of GOLF . r 110 m 111 Coach Winton Varsity Football Varsity Basketball SDl IS . . . . li Page County . . . . . (I SDHS. . . . 46 Riverheads . ... 41 SDHS. . . . 14 Fort Defiance . . ... 2(1 SDHS. . . 47 Turner Ashby . ... 73 SDl IS . . . It Waynesboro . . . . . 19 SDl IS . . . . 64 Broadway . ... 73 SDHS. . . . 0 Lexington . . . . .56 SDHS. . . . 78 Lexington . ... 87 SDHS. . . . 6 Riverheads. . . . . 7 SDHS. . . . 56 Harrisonburg . ... 64 SDl IS . . . . 6 Harrisonburg . .... 54 SDHS. . . . 61 Buffalo Gap . ... 76 SDHS. . .. n Broadway . . ... 27 SDHS. . . . 63 Wilson . ... 58 SDl IS . . . . II Turner Ashby. . ... 42 SDHS. . . . 51 Buffalo Gap . ... 56 SDHS. . . . ti Wilson Memorial . . ... 26 SDHS. . . . 53 Waynesboro . ... 85 SDHS. . . . 32 Buffalo Gap . ... II SDHS. . . . 60 Wilson . ... 5(1 SDHS. . . . 55 Fort Defiance . ... 63 SDHS. . . . 67 Riverheads . ... 46 SDHS. . . . 65 Turner Ashby. ... 82 J.V. Football SDHS. . . . 67 Broadway . ... 76 SDHS. . . . 78 Lexington . ... 87 SDHS . . . . 6 Wilson Memorial . . . . . 8 SDHS. . . . 50 Harrisonburg . ... 70 SDHS. . . . 18 Riverheads . . . . . II SDHS. . . . 60 Buffalo Gap . ... 62 SDHS. . . . 12 Rockbridge .... (1 SDHS. . . . 53 Waynesboro . ... 75 SDHS. . . . 0 Lexington . _16 SDHS. . . . 65 Wilson . ... 44 SDHS. . . . 13 Fort Defiance . . . . . 1) SDHS. . . . 64 Fort Defiance . ... 80 SDHS. . . . fi John Lewis . _20 SDHS. . . . 14 Buffalo Gap . .... 6 Varsity Baseball Cross Country SDHS. . . . 12 Rockbridge . ... 3 SDHS. . . . 1 Buffalo Gap . ... 5 SDl IS . . . . 44 Waynesboro . .... 18 SDHS. . . . 11 Fort Defiance . ... 9 SDHS. . . . 411 Wilson Memorial . .... 19 SDHS. . . . 0 Waynesboro . ... 1 SDHS. . . . 411 Riverheads . . ... 20 SDHS. . . . 8 Lexington . o SDHS. . . . 48 Fort Defiance . .... 15 SDHS. . . . 0 Riverheads . ... 6 SDHS. . . . 41) Buffalo Gap . .... 21 SDHS. . . . 4 Harrisonburg . ... 0 SDHS. . . . 10 Broadway . ... 6 SDHS. . . . 1 Turner Ashby . ... 13 SDHS. . . . 10 Wilson . ... 0 Varsity Track SDHS. . . . 3 Wilson . ... 4 SDHS. . ..13.5 . .Waynesboro . . . . . 124 Wilson.33.5 (t meet) SDHS. . . . 23.5 . .Fort Defiance . . . . 112.5 Golf SDHS. . ..21 . . . .Buffalo Gap .. . .. 115 SDHS. . . . did not score in the Rotary Relays at Harrisonburg SDHS. . . . 10.5 Turner Ashby . . . . 10 ' SDHS. . . . 44 . . .Lexington . .... 92 SDHS. . 2 ' •• Waynesboro . .. . 21 ' 2 SDHS. . . . 37.5 .Riverheads.. . . 98.5 SDHS . . . . 18 Wilson . . . . 0 SDHS. . . . 1 in Augusta County Invitational SDHS. . . . 21 Fishburne . . . . 6 SDHS. . ..41 . . .Wilson . ....95 SDHS. . . . 27 Wilson . . . . 0 SDHS. . . . did not score in District Meet SDHS. . . . 25 Wilson . . . 9 SDHS. . . .11 Waynesboro . . . . 25 SDHS. . . . 1 ' ■• Lexington . . . . 43 Vi SDHS. . . . 26 Fishburne . . . . 4 SDHS. . . . 27 V-i Fort Defiance . . . . 8 Vi District Golf Match . . . . . SDHS 4th 1973 SCORES Regional Golf Match.Steve Snyder (shot an 85] “fail to prepare . . . prepare to fail” 113 y m uu ma The SCA works to coordinate the views of students and teachers. Through the representation of the officers and homeroom representatives, each student is involved in the government of the school. The SCA sponsored Homecoming, a talent show, and various assemblies throughout the 1 year. i SCA Officers, left to right: Susan Mc¬ Clure. chaplain; Ronnie Almarode, treasurer; Tina Snider, 2nd vice-presi¬ dent; Becky Green, secretary; Doug Rosario, president; Tami Falls, reporter: and Tate Swecker, 1st vice-president. 114 SODA Under the supervision of the Waynesboro-East-Augusta Mental Health Association, SODA tries to aid children in the elementary schools of the area to develop proper attitudes as they mature. Mrs. Alta Curtis works with the group in sessions involving the personalities of elementary students and drug abuse. Members include I ami Falls, Tom Sheaffer, Linda Truslow, Tim Harris, Martha Fitzgerald, Diana Varner, Bradley [ones, Gary Meuger, Carter Pence, Mindy Freeman, Nancy Smith, Sally Hanshaw, Mike Warren, Linda Porter, Teddy Warren, Tony Houff, Ann V [ ight, Annette Chaussev, Bobby Burkholder, Gordon Hunter, Susan McClure, Jessie Wiseman, Jackie Eaves, Pearl Freeman, Vanessa Diggs, Scott Childress, Lydia Sheaffer, Jimmy Terrell, Beverley Hockman, John Smoots, Bill Walsh, Tina Snider. Page Loh ' r, Cookie Showalter. Linda Steele, Lynn Buehler, Donnie Fox, Mike Coyner, Tate Swecker, Eddie Staudt, Lucy Kindig, Mitzi Stidham, Aileen Addison, Doug Rosario, Kathy Staudt and Ronnie Almarode, Ronnie Almarode and ' [ ' ami Falls take time out from their studies to welcome their SODA class to S.D.H.S. 115 WBBMm awmammimmm BAND The hand is a most important part of our school. Along with the majorettes, they represent SDHS at various parades and activities. Mr. W. A. Hill leads the band to promote school spirit and community relations through a variety of school projects. The colorful hand make SOI IS stand out as one of the best schools around. Members of the Woodwind Section are: Sherry I tockman, Debbie Warren, Marcia Martin. Laurie McKay. Debbie Blum. Sue Wright. Debbie Green. Becky Green, Blair Arbogast, Jeff Alexander, Jennifer Hoy, Jon Short, Kitty Duff, Billy Marcotte. Sally Hanshaw, Jay McClure, Connie Stump, Jackie Dunaway, and Cheryl Berry. e Members of the Brass Section are: Gary Neuger, Billy Duff, Tim Hupp. Gary Short, Gail Duff. Dea Hamerick. Montv Hall.Gindv Mabry. Pam Hunter, Phillip Spalding, Eggy Aizcorbe. Mark Layman, Sidney Weaver, Kirk Good. William Hatter, Ricky Hall, David Mowen and Steve Clark. Band Officers, left to right: front row — Blair Arbogast, stage manager; Tom Sheaffer, vice-president; Sheri s I lockman, secre¬ tary; Kirk Good, president and Mr. Ilill, director, hack row — Connie Stump, Jennifer lies and Jackie Dunaway, librarians: Becky Green, reporter; Gary Neuger, drum major and Billy Duff, stage manager. MAJORETTES Co-Captain Sonia Dameron Cim Lunsford The majorettes participated with the band at parades representing SDHS. They also helped promote school spirit at the football games. Co-Captain Majorettes perform at the Waynesboro parade. Melinda Stubbs and | ane Coyner carry the banner. 118 F.T.A. The Future Teachers of America had various interesting programs this year which included talks on student teaching, the importance of speech and communications in teaching, and the qualities of a teacher. For Christmas they sent Christmas cards to the teachers and decorated their mail boxes anti sang carols and distributed fruit baskets at the District Home. The FTA served refreshments at Open House and entertained the teachers at a tea. Two delegates were sent to the FTA Convention with money raised at bake sales. At the end of the year, members visited a local school of their choice for a day of observation and assistance. Members are as follows: Bonnie Cox, Debbie Legg, Melody Weaver, Kathy Stuudt, Wendy Buehler, Tale Swecker, Debbie Hanger, Debbie Warren, Betsy Fenesy, Carter Pence. Dawn Legg, Julia Kindig, Ann Wright. Diane Varner. Carla Malcomb, Anita Younger, Linda Porter. Dea Hamrick, Jeanne Allen, Lynn Buehler, Paula Berrang, Susan McClure and Cheryl Hewitt. FTA Officers, left to right: Wendy Buehler, secretary- reporter; Kathy Stand); president; Mrs. Black, spon¬ sor; Tate Swecker, vice- president and Melody Wea¬ ver, treasurer. 119 F.F.A. The Stuarts Draft High School Future Farmers of America has participated in many of the contests sponsor¬ ed by the Augusta Federation. The chapter also has been active with various fund-raising activities such as the sale of citrus fruit and mixed nuts. At the end of the year a Parent-Son banquet was held with members recognized for outstanding achievements. Members are Gordon Boppe, Glen Burkholder. Eddie Campbell, Paul Carter. Paul Claytor. Billy Farris, Barry Fee, Rodney Furguson. Dwight Hatter, Scott Humphries, Steven Knous, Micheal Lyons, Micheal Marshall, Thomas Moreman, Tony Musick. Stephanie Shull. Robert Warren, Maurice Appl, Jerry Bosserman, James Bunch, Richard Fitzgerald. Rodger Hvden, David Quillen, Larry Romaine, James Short, David Snelson, Irene Speaker, Wille Starke, Teresa Stein, Ricky Tolly, Doug Alexander, Carl Brubaker. Philip Burk¬ holder. James Bryant, Robert Burkholder. William Critzer. Danny Hatter, William Hatter, Fred Hyden. Gary Killingsworth, George Layman. Melvin Riddle, Kenneth Showalter, |immy Terrell, Jeffery Waugh, Scott Almarode, Barry Baker, Larry Brown, Donald Bunch. Jeff Burnette, Luke Campbell. Thomas Clinedinst, Steve Coffee, Eddie Dixon. David Fitzgerald. Carlton Griffin. Brent Houff, James Mullins, Terry Stevens, Russel Varney, Deborah Waugh, Doug Weaver, Clayton Coffey, Tony Houff and Gordon Hunter. Many FFA members received awards during the year. 1 lere, Glenn Burkholder and Scott Humphries are honored for winning the Co-Op Quiz. 120 F.H.A. The chief goal of the Future Homemakers of America is to help individuals improve their personal, family, and community living. During a very active year, the FHA made a trip to the State Fair, took toys to the welfare children at Christmas, and made monthly trips to a local nursing home. Money-raising projects included bake sales, flavoring sales, and a bottle drive and clean-up day. The FHA sponsored a Christmas Tea for the faculty, the Sweetheart Dance, a fashion show, and FHA Week, capped by a Parent-Daughter Banquet. Jo Hayes, President of the FI 1A, serves Mr. Cline at the faculty Christmas Tea sponsored by the Ft IA. 121 OQOI CHORAL Above, members of the Advanced Choral Group are Leland Bell. Lester Blair. William Cox, Michael Groah. Phillip Harris, Benny Pringle. Rodney Stinnett, Jeffrey Swartzv. Paul Warren, Russell Williams, Chris Woodson, Gloria Aizcorbe, Dianna Alltop, Sandra Beatty, Roberta Brooks, Wanda Brooks, V anessa Diggs, Shanna Fainter, Deborah Fret well. Diana Lie bal, Gloria Mays. Bambi Mustard. Teresa Stein, Cindy Truslow, Diana Varner, Anita Younger and Linda Truslow. The Stuarts Draft Choral Department displayed their talent this past year through various activities. The Christmas Concert in December, and a concert in the spring highlighted the year. Below, Members of General Music Two are Andy Brooks, [erry Driver, Edward Graham, Terrence Stevens. Susan Coffey. Debora Coker, Susan Gibson, Sharon Gleason, Kimberly Green, Jewel Grove, Deborah Hanger, Lesley Hanger. Cathy Henderson, Deborah Kiser, Marilyn Legg, Susan Lei bal, Karen Snopkowski. Sharen Warble, Shelby Ward, Brenda Weaver and Cathy Crow. 122 Members of General Music 1 include: Diane Bell, Belli Gilbert, Amy East, Robin Cromer, |ovce Bell, Galen Heatwole, Ruth Morris, Linda Robert¬ son, Alyson East. Joane Manley, [essie Wiseman, Cecelia Hanger, Rita Diehl. Pat Graham, Doris Plummer, Kay Simmons, Gloria Eubank, John Young and Dennis Neuger. I he officers ol the Choral Department are: Sharon Showalter -- vice-presi¬ dent, Shanna Fainter — accompanist, Chris Woodson — president, Cindy Truslow — treasurer, Teri Stein _ secretary, and Roxie Mays — reporter. I These students participated in the All-Regional Chorus held at Albemarle High School: Teri Stein, Diane Varner, Leland Bell. Russ Williams, Rodney Stinnett, Chris Wood- son, Mike Warren, Lester Blair, and Anita Younger. 123 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Members of the National Honor Society are chosen by the teachers and counselors. Selections are based on character, leadership, integrity, and academic achievement. The NHS made trips to TV station WPVT, the Natural History Museum at Eastern Mennonite College, and the Artmobile at Kate Collins ]r. 1 ligh School. Officers for the year were: Kenton Showalter, president: Connie Stump, vice-president: Linda Ryder, secretary and Kathy Staudt. treasurer. Members are as follows: Carla Malcomb, Tami Falls, Tina Snider, Becky Campbell. Charlotte Campbell. Beverly Warren, Roxie Mays, Gary Neuger, Mirian Weaver, John Robinson. Wilma Arey, Martha Fitzgerald. Ronald Horning. Paula Bridge, Lynn Buehler, Tate Swecker, Sherry Hockman, Ann Wright, Mindy Freeman. Ronnie Almarode, Melody Weaver, Jo 1 laves, Kathy Staudt, Kenton Showalter. Connie Stump, Linda Ryder. Melvin Hamilton and Tom Sheafler. Members inducted into NHS during the ' 72-’73 term. I 124 . PEP CLUB This year the Pep Club, above, sponsored the Sadie Hawkins Dance and helped the cheerleaders pro¬ mote Cougar spirit by making signs, selling spirit rings for Maroon and White Day and cheering for the Cougars at pep rallies and games. The Varsity Club, below, has undergone various money-making projects. It operated the concession stand at all home basketball games, sold cushions to help pay for a whirlpool, and sponsored a con¬ cession stand in the Staunton Plaza to help finance a weight machine. VARSITY CLUB 125 FRENCH CLUB The purpose of the French Club, sponsored by Miss Farree, is to give students an opportunity to learn about France and the French people through activities that can not be carried out in class. Newly formed this year, the club went Christmas caroling in Stuarts Draft — singing carols in French. Members of the club spent one afternoon preparing and eating crepes — a French specialty. Other activi¬ ties included the presentation of a French play and a trip to Richmond to eat at an authentic French restaurant. Members include: Diana Varner, Tim Harris, Gordon Hunter, Susie Smoots, Valerie Naletko, Windy Buehler, Tina Snider, Crystal Bryant, Cheryl Hewitt, Karen Kent, Karen Snopkowski, Connie Lohr, Lynn Buehler, Annette Chaussy, Kenton Showalter, Jody Davis, Martha Fitzgerald, Wesley Wampler, Scott German, Doug Burford, Janet Jacks, Sue Bryan, Carla Malcolm, Susan Quillen, Tom Sheaffer, Bonnie Han- shaw, Michael Kivistik, Ken Showalter, George Layman, Doug Barnes, Cindy Pickus, Shelby Layman, Angela Gilbert, Gary Neuger and Cathy Fickus. The Cooperative Distributive Education Program ' s main objective is to prepare students for full time employment in the field of distri¬ bution. Members are as follow: Andy Johnson, Chris Woodson, Connie Rhodes, Darrel Willis, William Critzer, Marrein Coove, Judv Bell, Debbie Coffey. Sandy Tisdale, Bea Comer, Paul Shirley, Dale Blown, Norman Fretwell, George Bell, David Knous, Shelby Ward, Debbie Conner, Mike Allen, Buckv Fitzgerald and Sammy Argenbright. Mr. Roy Kelly is the sponsor. ANNUAL STAFF 127 [ • HI:; ITc IT - ttkwmc i« Tvmr mm " m w mtmm mh mbumi wb hm SZSZSZSZ3k L " f W ' L BJ f r Pk m WA 1973 Court, front row: Sherry Monroe, Sophomore: Amy Addison, Junior; Beverly Hockman, Senior; Wendy Buehler, Freshman; Sue Wright, 81h Grade, back row: Doug Barnes, Sophomore; Mike Covner. Junior; Tony Houff, Senior; Tom Sheaffer, Senior; Clarence Alexander, Freshman; and Doug Robertson, 8th Grade, absent — Lydia Sheaffer, Senior. HOMECOMING 1973 The Senior Court with Mr. Hull and Faye Arbogast, 1972 Homecoming Queen. Lydia Sheaffer, 1973 Home¬ coming Queen. Mr. Hull, Faye, Tom Sheaffer, and Beverly Hockman. Senior Representatives. Absent was Tony 1 louff, 1973 King. 129 e c ovrun Queen 130 r Lineup for Powder-Puff football game: front row: Debbie Legg, Janet Curry, Karen Wingfield, Diane Williams, Beverly Warren, Carter Pence and Tate Swecker Back row: Sara Flintom, Margaret Glenn, Beverly Hockman and Ann Wright. The 1973 Homecoming was the first annual activity spon¬ sored by the SCA, Homecoming activities were held the week of November 6, 1972. Among the activities was a car caravan, the selling of victory links, the Powder-Puff foot¬ ball game, the crowning of our 1973 Queen, Lydia Sheaffer, and the dance. The theme of this year’s dance was “The Garden of Eden.” 131 i A typical student-teacher-parent conferenc? Debbie Legg, George Wiseman, Chris Woodson, Kenton Showalter and Steve Snyder. ROOM 222 Presented November 17 18,1972 By The Senior Class . t w yrny ; • “Alice: Johnson spent a good port of her adoles¬ cence listening to matronly women exclaim ‘My what a lovely child ' . ' ' " Well, sore ... I mean, hair does have to he washed, doesn ' t it?” " Well, it’s possible that it was a very, oh, romantic, oh 133 —IB9 1 The Coosters (above: Punky Greco, Randy Sandy, Eggy, Bill Walsh, Donnie Fox, and Mike Coy- ner) featuring “Little Egypt " , left. Guess Who! JUNIOR CLASS NIGHT l The Lone Ranker (Randy Sandy) strikes again! 135 Donna Lynch proclaims her love for ’mokey Bear The Junior Class gives its rendition of " The Times They Are A-changing " while being accompanied by Lynn Buehler and Sandy Pettit. “You ain ' t nothing hut a hound dog . . Billy " Elvis " Grove. A typical |V Show practice? sings 136 Senior trip to Washington Wheelchair basketball . . Below: Voice of Democracy contest winners, Tami Fulls, second runner-up, Kenton Showalter, first runner-up, and Kathy Staudt, winner. Above: Roger Beaver and his idea of Shakespeare ' s Globe Theater. Left: Participants of the Dupont Summer Science Workshop program: Sandy Pettit, Mindy Freeman, Sally Marcott, Tom Sheaffer and Gary Neuger. Below: John Good, state president, with FFA award winners Danny Hatter, Scott Humphries and Doug Alexander, SDHS president. Shelby Hailey, Jackie Brooks and Sharon Clarke. Elizabeth Henkel, Sue Mays, Doris Plummer, Teri Coffey, Debbie Bailey, Barbara Wiseman and Wilma Arey. Home Economics III classes this year studied a unit called, “Preparation for Marriage " . Included as part of the unit was a mock wedding, complete with in¬ vitations, decorations, the wedding ceremony, and reception. A delightful time was enjoyed by all. Shelby Hailey and Sharon Clarke Shelby Hailey and Sharon Clarke ) V n 1 139 t Band award winners . . . Mark Layman, Billy Duff, Sidney Weaver, Connie Stump, Sherri Hockman, Pam I liner and Sally Hanshaw 1973 The year of the big visit. . . Evaluation 141 ■ ■ 144 145 Snrnptomist Club .Award (Charlotte Campbell Teivsa Stein Melody Y eavei Voice of Democracy Contest Ka t h St and t Kenton Show allei Tami Falls Reader ' s Digest Award Ronnie Almarode Outstanding American High School Students District Forensics Winners Gary N ' euger Boys Prose, til ' d Place Barry I lorning — Boys Poetry. 3rd Place Sally Mareotte — Spelling, First |efl Alexander — Boys Poetrv. 2nd Place Girls State Lynn Buehler Martha Fitzgerald Ann Wright Boys State Bohhy Burkholder Charles Beverage Connie Stump Gary Neuger Kathy Standi Tom Sheaffer Outstanding Teen-agers of America Linda Ryder Ronald Horning Steve Snvder Donforth Foundation Award Dupont Summer Science Program Barry 1 lorning Glenn Johnson Bill Nelson Billy Grove Paul Spink Alternates: Roxie Mays Lvnn Buehler Arion Award BandI Connie Slump James Barnes Debbie Legg Who’s Who Among High School Students Jo 1 laves Kenton Showalter Ronald Almarode Tony Houff Doug Rosario Rotary Code of Ethics Gordon Hunter Debbie 1 Outstanding Art Students Seniors: Roger Beaver, Michele Hamrick Juniors: Julie Howard, Pam Edwards, Randy Sandy Sophomores: Bradley Jones. Jell Brown Freshmen: Susie Smoots 3th Graders: Craig Dove], Garland 1 leatwole S.C.A. Awards Doug Rosario — president Tate Swecker — 1st vice-president Tina Snider — 2nd vice-president Becky Green — secretarv Ronnie Almarode — treasurer Tami Falls — reporter Susan McClure — chaplain Scholarships Ronnie Almarode — Reid Stores Cindv Mabrv — Stuarts Draft Women s Club Melody Weaver — Eastern Mennonite College Kenton Showalter — Eastern Mennonite College 146 Senior portraits and scholarships r announcements 148 Regrets, I’ve hiid 0 lew lliil tlien again loo fow to mention I did whnl I had to do And saw it thru without exemption I planned each chartered course each careful step along the biway But more much more than this I did il my way Yes there were times I’m sure you knew WhenI hit off more than I could chew But thru it all when there was doubt 1 ate it up and spit it out I faced it all and I stood tall and did it my way For what is a man what has he got if not himself then he has not to say the things he truly feels and not the words of one who kneels The record shows I took the blows And did it my way 149 Little one go ride the pale horse in the park. Count the golden butterflies and stay out til dark. Never mind the grown-ups who sing their old songs, so long, stay well love was here and gone. Little one you’re older keep life while you can. 1 lappv days and holidays so soon escape man. Soon you ' ll be grown-up and sing your own song, so long, stay well love was here and gone. Some other autumn we’ll right the wrongs, so long — stay well love was here and gone. Little one your youth and the summer is done. You have got the sunset though you’ve lost the sun. Now you are a grown-up so sing your old song, so long, stay well love was here and gone. 152 Compliments of WAYNESBORO NEW CAR DEALERS BAUGHER CHEVROLET, INC. Chevrolet Cars Trucks B B BUICK-OPEL, INC. BRANNOCK SALES SERVICE, INC. Lincoln Mercury Willis MG DRIVER SALES SERVICE, INC. Dodge Cars Trucks PAUL FREED, INC. Ford Cars Trucks TERRY MARTIN PONTIAC, CADILLAC, OLDSMOBILE G.M.C. Trucks SELECT YOUR NEW OR USED CAR IN WAYNESBORO 153 DENNYS MUSIC SHOPPE, INC. “Everything Musical” Pianos - Band Instruments - Guitars 8-Track Tapes - Phonographs Radios Records Phone 942-8792 509 W. Main St. Waynesboro, Va. 22980 COMPASS Drive In Broad St. Waynesboro, Va. CLAYTON DYNAMOMETER SERVICE (Automotive Electrical and Carburetor Service) KING’S TUNE-UP SPOT Luvriplate Motor Oil Harold King 340 South 703:942-2289 Waynesboro, Va. ARNOLDS Distinctive Women’s Apparel 327 West Main Waynesboro, Va. 22980 I 1 i - l f| ARNO tu. 0 - IGA So-Lo Prices ‘Red Carpet Service’ TAYLOR ' S IGA Stuarts Draft, Va. BROAD STREET IGA Waynesboro, Va. 154 TAYLOR ' S I.G.A. FOODLINER Stuarts Draft, Va. HOME OF IGA SO LO PRICES Featuring Tablerite Beef, Tablefresh Produce, and Tabletreat Bakery Products Serve Yourself and Save with “U-Fill-Em Gasoline” 155 Waynesboro, Va. BEST WISHES TO STUARTS DRAFT HIGH SCHOOL THE NEWS-VIRGIN IAN 156 ) ' • ' i v flowers fOR .11 OCCASIONS ' v i?- ' + ' ■ " v . A § BELL CLOTHES. INC. VILLAGE GREEN FLORIST Staunton Plaza Staunton, Va. We Deliver Mrs. Ellen Balsley Owner Stuarts Draft, Va. 24477 Bus. Phone 337-2615 Home Phone 337-1474 COHRONS HARDWARE FURNITURE CO. JRALLEW SONS St arts Draft, Va. Phones: Day 337-2336 Night 337-1821 Hardware, Appliances, Furniture Building Materials 220 Main Street Stuarts Draft, Va. American Hardware STORES WAYNE FEEDS Power Lime Fertilizer Spreading Service 157 McCLURE FURNITURE CO Stuarts Draft Featuring Fine Furniture by Pennsylvania House - Prestige Row — Brady — Burton — La-Z Boy Chairs - Monarch Carpets Philco TV Appliances Open Wed. - Thur. - Fri. Nights SLACK SHACK INC. ' Men s Specialty Shop ' ' 143 N. WAYNE AVENUE WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA 22980 LADD SERVICE CENTER Groceries FISHBURNE’S Your Service DRUG STORE Since 1878 DIAL 2-821 1 Waynesboro, Va. Compliments of HYMAN ' S “Always A Pleasure To Serve You” RIVERSIDE PIZZA SHOPS T. W. McGLOTH LIN Terry Court 189 E. Broad St. Shopping Center Waynesboro, Va. Staunton, Va. Phone: 942-2177 Phone: 886-9616 Sandwiches Open 7 days a week Realtors and Insurance Agents with offices in the Center for Shopping HOWELL’S TASTEE FREEZE Laundry Carwash Rt. 340 S. Stuarts Draft, Va. 159 Week Days 9:00 a.m. — 11:00 p.m. Sunday 12 Noon 11:00 p.m. DAIRY QUEEN Stuarts Draft, Virginia Compliments PUTT - N - PAR GOLF Serving the Finest . . . in Food, Drinks, and Ice Cream Call in orders Dial 337-1331 Route 250 West of Waynesboro Rt. 340 Near the Blinker Light F- TAM L£E FARMS Cou rvfrc Cored Haws Compliments of PERKINS PANCAKE HOUSE 2120 West Main St. Waynesboro, Va. CP V cT: WAMPLER ' S TEXACO SERVICE ' X % Stuarts Draft, Va. Phone: 337-2900 340 1 64 Waynesboro, Va. 942-7927 160 WAYNESBORO JEWELERS RHAMES JEWELERS MUSTAIN JEWELERS THE JEWEL BOX HODGES JEWELERS NEWBERRY ' S “Better Heat With Oil Heat” DRIVER HEATING OIL, INC. 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Broad St. 942-0989 Hamilton CookColonade Waynesboro, Va. 22980 jy SOUTHERN DEPARTMENT SIOHE (formerly White’s Fashion Center) “CENTRE FOR SHOPPING” 901 G. West Broad St. Phone 942-8301 WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA 22980 WORTHINGTON HARDWARE COMPANY Incorporated JOBBERS OF HARDWARE QUALITY CLEANING CENTRE Centre for Shopping Quality Dry Cleaning Deluxe Shirt Laundry Plus Self-Service Coin Laundry Authorized Distributor Perfect Love Diamond Rings THE JEWEL BOX Staunton, Va. Young Adult Charge Plan Available PLAZA BARBER SHOP Open 6 days a week 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Phone 886-9556 Staunton P laza Rt. 11, South A. R. “Al” Coffey Special Representative Jefferson Standard 531 West Main St. Life Insurance Company Waynesboro, Va. 22980 163 WAYNESBORO FLORIST 5 1 2 West Main St. Waynesboro, Va. Phone 942-8125 Compliments of THE MAN ' S SHOP Waynesboro, Va. PEOPLES PHARMACY “The Little Peoples” Waynesboro Stuarts Dratt 1544 W. Main St. 201 Main St. Phone: 942-1137 Phone: 337-1411 Bill Combs Vern Greenawalt Tom Rorrer, Jr. GRADUATE TO F M We offer every banking service you’ll need. Checking, savings, loans, the works. We even have student Bank Americard. Through our banking facilities we look forward to forming a life¬ time partnership with you. FIRST MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK Waynesboro, Va. Member F.D.I.C. EAVERS AMERICAN SERVICE High performance auto parts Stuarts Draft, Virginia 24477 Dial 337-2531 i 164 LMARQDES UTOMOTIVE ENTER STUARTS DRAFT, VA. Dial 337-2656 BOYD E. TANKERSLEY INSURANCE AGENCY Auto Life Health Home Business 531 West Main St. Office: 942-5985 Waynesboro, Va. Home: 942-4842 Compliments of WAYNESBORO GARDEN CENTER 165 PEOPLE WE APPRECIATE Miss Frances Cline Guidance Counselor Mrs. Mildred Black Guidance Counselor Miss Louise Diehl Office Secretary Cafeteria Staff Mrs. Dina Smith Office Secretary Custodians Jessie and Homer 166 ■ Reflections Phone 9-43-3903 foiling FLOWERS 4h K S. N. 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