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I960 DELEGATES TO BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ STATE Front: Janet Fuller, Brenda Brewer, Helen Young Hutcheson, Brenda Brewer Landa Talbott; Back: William Hunter, Barry Roberts, Hughes Roberts, Billy Griffin. Boys ' and Girls ' State is held for one week each year at V.P.I., Blacksburg, Virginia. Delegates become officers of the state and local governments and study the fun- ctions, purposes, goals and machinery of state govern- ment. High school juniors are chosen each year from throughout the state of Virginia. Selected to attend Girls ' Nation in Washington, D.C., was Brenda Brewer, a Bluestone Girls ' State delegate. Brenda served as Press Secretary to the President at Girls ' Nation. I960 DELEGATES TO S.I.P.A. CONVENTION Bluestone sends delegates to the Southern Interscholastic Pr e s s Association Convention held annually at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. There, representatives of The Golden Link and The Monitor attend classes and hear criticisms of publications. Last year the Golden Link won a first place award and The Monitor , an achievement award. Barbara Clark, Andy Smith, Brenda Brewer, Lyell Blanton, Barbara Byrd. 157
Page 160 text:
I960 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM The Junior Class honored the 1960 Seniors with the traditional Prom on April 23, 1960. " Sayonara, " the theme, was beautifully carried out. Music for dancing and entertainment was furnished by Russ Carlton and his band. Seniors were lavish in their praise of the event. Russ Carlton Band " Sayonara " Everyone Has a Good Time! I960 COMMENCEMENT Class Day and Graduation — these exercises concluded many happy and memorable school days for the Seniors of 1960 at Bluestone High School. Scholastic honors went to Nancy Lou Moore and Ted Byrd. At Last! Class Day " Go, Beatniks, Go! " i 56 Bluestone Queens
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First Row: Earl Hudson, David Hendrick, Wayne Shear- in, Ellen McCargo, Sandra Law, Wayne Wilson, John Carter, Roy Wootton, Stover Hudson. Second Row: Carolyn Royster, Carol Pace, Nancy Thompson, Linda Hamlin, Nancy Jane Smith, Ann W i 1 ke r s o n , James Hazelwood, Lyell Blanton, Margaret Pennington, Paul Fuller. Third Row: Judy Gordon, Lacy Toone, Carolyn Hite, Brenda Burnette, Martha Boswell, Peggy Pen- nell. Stephanie Sizemore, Sara Childrey, Barry Tuck: Fourth Row: Mary Winckler, Betty Witherspoon, Vir- ginia Keaton, Frankie Price, Louise Newson, Nancy Parks, Bill Edwards, Joe Trickey, William Gryder. Fifth Row: Gerry Thompson, Hughes Roberts, Chester Johnson, Jerry Dalton, Wayne Sizemore, Marshall Wilkinson. Sixth Row: Harold Falls, Winnie Walker, Gordon Eubank, Barry Roberts, William Hunter, Eu- gene Morris, Eddie Gregory. SOUTH CENTRAL FAIR WINNERS Every year many students at Bluestone are given an opportunity to display their talents through exhibits at the South Central Fair. Many of Bluestone ' s students were talented enough to win prizes in various fields such as; F.H.A., F.F.A., Art, Industrial Arts, and Creative Writing. Recipients of these prizes accept them with pride. I Stover Hudson Roy Wootton These three boys worked hard and were well rewarded. Each one of them won over fifty dol- lars this year in prize money. Marion Brewer 158
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