Culpeper County High School - Colonnade Yearbook (Culpeper, VA)

 - Class of 1974

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208 On November 6, 1973, a $6 million bond issue | was put before the public for the proposed junior I high school. If it wasn’t passed the school system i was headed for many crowded halls. It was passed, however, and plans for the new ) junior high got under way. It was to be built in the : cornfield across from the high school. To relieve { the pressure of the crowded conditions at the high c school, the junior high will hold grades 7, 8, and 9, and the high school will hold grades 10, 11, and - 12 . The blueprints don’t allow for an auditorium but i it has planned a larger gym. Whenever the junior high has a program student would come to the high school’s. The new school is to hold 1500 and is to be completed by 1976. I I I . XI ZGXI

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We could write a book on all the brainless, zany, good times we’ve had working with our staff, yes, working to put together a book that would please you, the students. Each and everyone of you is a part of this book; you are what it is all about. We would like to thank you all for doing your part. A special word of thanks goes to Polly for her artwork in the faculty section, behind the scoreboards, and throughout the book, and also for being the only staff member crazy enough to stay up with us until 4 a.m. to meet a deadline. Thanks to Amy Neal and Robert for the majority of the photography and for their last minute developing. The administration, faculty, and business depart- ment deserve a word of appreciation, as well as our advertisers and patrons who helped to finance this book. A very special thanks to Mr. Bill Car- penter who is responsible for the aerial shots of the school. An extra special thanks to our parents who never complained about the hours we kept or the extra gas we used and tolerated our frequent absences from home. Thanks to Mr. Martin for sav- ing all the pink tardy slips in the office by allow- ing us to be late and sometimes absent from fourth period English. But how can we thank the man who spent his free time out here keeping us furnished with food and drink and getting a deadline extended every now and then? Thank you, Mr. Allen. Words are not enough Last of all, we would like to wish the best of luck to Lee and Bobby and next year’s yearbook staff. . . . to revert to our second or third childhood, as the case may be, and visit our neighborhood playground. Alan’s Photography Studio — 15(TL,M); 57(BR); 59(T); 101(B); 103(B). Jim Allen — 8(all); 9(pic 7); 20(T); 32(TR); 52(ML); 109(ML); 208 Maryal Armstrong — 63(BL). Ann Baker — 7(TR); 33(M). Dwight Frazier — 46(BL,BR); 47(B). Graham Studios — all individual pictures; 4(M); 30(BL,T); 41(B); 43(B); 45(M); 47(T); 48(ML,B); 49(MB); 50(BL); 57(TR); 60(T); 61(T,B); 62)b); 63(BR); 64(T); 64(T); 65(M); 68(B); 70(B); 73(T,M); 75(B). Donnie Johnston — 5(MR,BR); 78(T,MR,BL,BR); 79(TR,M,BL,BR); 80(TR,ML,MR,B); 81(T,ML,BL,BR); 89(BL); 92(BL); 93(MR); 96(TR); 99(T); lOl(M). Bob Melanson — 2(ML); 14(all). Philip Myers — 17(TR); 98(T,M); 99(B). Amy Neal — 4(ML); 6(CR); 9(pic 5); 38(all); 39(TL); 42(B); 51(all); 54(all); 69(TL); 71(T); 74(B); 106(all); 107(all); 108(TL,ML,MR,BR); llO(all); 111(TR,TL,MR,ML,BR); 112(all); 113(all); 114(TL,TR,MR); 1 15(TM,M,BL,BM,BR); 116(all); 117(all); 118(all) 119(all); all dividers. Charles Oliver — 114(BR). Terry Owsley — 52(T). Elizabeth Somerville — 2(BMR); 3(ML,MM,B); 9(pic 2); 20(M,BL); 21(TL,B); 26(B); 29(BR); 30(M); 31(M,B); 34(all); 39(TR); 42(TL); 50(T); 52(MR,B); 64(BR); 109(TR,TL); 149(T); 153(T). Jay Standley — 5(TR); 96(MR); 97(TR,BR); 126(T). Robert Troiano — 1; 2(TR,TL,UMR,MM,MR,ML,CM,B); 3(TL,TR,UMR,ML,MR,B); 4(TL,TR,UMR,ML,MR,UML,B); 5(TL,UML,UMM,MR.MM,ML,B); 6(all); 7(all); 9(picl, 3,4,6); 12(all); 13(all); 15(TR,BL,BR); 16(all); 17(M,B); 20(BR); 31(TR); 32(TL,B); 33(T,B); 34(all); 39(BL,BR); 40(all); 41(T,M); 42(TR); 43(T,M); 44(all); 45(T,B); 46(TL,TR); 48(MR); 49(T); 50(BR); 53(B); 56(all); 57(TL,BL); 58(all); 59(B); 60(B); 61(M); 62(T,M); 63(T); 64(BL); 65(T,B); 66(all); 67(all); 68(T); 69(TR,B); 70(T); 71(ML,MR,B); 72(all); 74(T); 75(T,M); 78(all); 79(all); 80(TR); 81(MR); 82(ML,BR); 83(all); 84(all); 85(all); 86(all); 87(all); 88(all); 89(TL,TR); 90(all); 91(all); 92(all); 93(TR,TL,R); 94(all); 95(all); 96(ML,BL); 97(ML); 98(B); 99(M); lOO(all); lOl(T); 102(all); 103(T); 108(BL); 109(Mr,B); lll(BL); 114(BL); 115(TL,TR); 122(T); 125(B); 129(B); 130(T); 133(B); 134(T); 137(B); 138(T); 141(B); 142(T); 146(T); 150(T); 155(T); 158(T); 162 ); 164(T); 167(T); 169(T); 209; 210; 211; 212. Paul Wiest — 82(RT). 207



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With the now present energy crisis a fear has struck many licensed drivers under 18. The possi- bility of having to ride buses instead of driving a car came into view. Bus riders and drivers would tell you now that this could be disasterous. Buses are already over- flowing with students. By the time many buses reach the high school, there are very few seats left and so they must stand in the aisles. This, obvi- ously, endangers their lives. Where the added pas- sengers would be put, no one seems to know. More buses would not be the answer. With the two added in 1973, the administration had to go to the state for enough gas to finish each month. There is no hope insight for teen-age drivers, at the present, except for lifting of the Arab oil em- bargo.

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