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ummm May Court Queen Patricia Ann Poindexter Maid of Honor Betty Lou Shannon Crown Bearer Emily Poole Nancy Keyes, Muriel Ferguson, Betty McDonald, Dot Fretz, Jeannie Morrison, Linda Kay Hartman Rose Anna Barr, Janie Saunders, Sandra Hodges, Carolyn Chapman, Carol Jean Hurt, Joyce Ann Eversole 4 79 )
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Achievements Douglas Blount—President of Student Council; Jimmy Holtman—All-State Concert Band—trumpet; Greg Wroniewicz— Senior Class President, Rotary Club Sportsmanship Trophy; Alwood Williams—Second place 60 yard dash, first place 880 yard relay team, and 70 yard low hurdles at VHSL Track Meet; Joan Dickens Editor of A. L. Spokesman; Tudy Keith—All-State Choir—Soprano; Larry Francisco—First Place 880 yard relay team at VHSL Track Meet; Larry Early—First place 8S0 Relay Team at VHSL Track Meet;Everette Obenshain—fifth place in shotput at VHSL Track Meet; Mark Graybill—City-County first football team; second football all western District; Ronnie Henry- Best Individual player in District in Basketball; Douglas Marechal—Exchange Boy Scout to Japan; Neil Churchill Second football team all Western, second City-County first football team; and fourth place shotput in VHSL Track Meet: Margaret Bounds—Co-Editor of Pioneer; Beth Poole—DAR Citizenship Award, first place in Brotherhood Contest sponsored by Youth Council, school representative in “I Speak For Democracy Contest; Diana Becker World Centenary Camp at Doe Lake, Ontario, school representative in “I Speak For Democracy” contest, second place in Brotherhood Contest sponsored by Youth Council; Frank Thomas Entry in State Farm Mechanics Contest, Eddie Eades—First place mile relay team and third place 440 yard dash at the VHSL liackMeet; Bruce Wright Captain of Track Team, first place Mile Relay Team at VHSL Track Meet: Clarence Tarpley—First place mile relay team in VHSL Track Meet, third place in 70 yard high hurdles and first team City-County Football, Honorable Mention All State first team, second place all Western District; Emma Altice—Won a Bond in State FBLA Contest on the theme “Goodwill Industries”; Tommy Coffman—Youth of the Year, qualified in National Merit Scholarship Examination, first alternate National Winner in 4-H Recreation Project, Co-editor of Pioneer; Allen Cross—Qualified in National Merit Scholarship Examination, Passed Westinghouse Talent Search; Bill Howley—First place Pole Vault at Washington Evening Star Games, tied for first place VHSL Track Meet, first place 880 y ard relay at VHSL Track Meet; David Rutherford—Most Valuable Football player (not pictured); Ashton Rudd—President of State Jr. Academy of ' Science, Honorable Mention in Westinghouse Science Talent Search, President of Roanoke Jr. Achieve¬ ment Association; Wayne Taliaferro—Second place in 70 yard high hurdles, third place in Broad Jump, and first place in High Jump at Virginia High School League Track Meet. “ Tommy Coffman won the Merit Scholarship sponsored by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. He was one of 600 chosen from 256,000 best students from 14,000 United States high schools. “This was the largest and most rigorous scholarship competition in the history of the Merit Scholarship Program. 18 )§► - ' V '
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Our high school ballad is carried on In ways we shall remember, And standing out with all the rest Are the clubs that make life pleasanter. Our many clubs represent The languages and arts. The future leaders of our day Are given early starts. Represented, too, in clubs Science, teaching, religion Shop, athletics, homemaking, These are just a few to mention. For fun and frolic we attend Picnics, dances, hops, Assemblies, and conventions For our clubs which we think are “tops.” Every Wednesday morning And often after school, We hurry to our meetings In room and vestibule. Each organization gives to us Some gifts beyond price, Leadership, responsibility, And much helpful advice.
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