Ferrum College - Beacon Yearbook (Ferrum, VA)

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' -1- Wkzgnusff '- .g.A iwgfff' A 'F Za' QQ. ,, 2 'T-'ffL" 1155-'A-gvfs " SVLK lb.5 .-:wi -2 v- -2+ main llill H Eg.-ge T682-1 .Q www 'HHH' 5' -:T-i? . q1g.S: -' . .- . ,...,,,-4: , .-gig?-1-TQQL .Q n 315-f.,x 1? -ss. ffiwf- -1 n .- :yi rf A-.yu + ffffzfi Qeacun X96 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF 'FERRUM JUNIOR COLLEGE' FERRUM, VIRGINIA CO- EDITORS Whitney Mc Clanan SI 'O L Q 5EpALll5 rnt 11 3XINIO,Q Q Q IQII 93 THE METHODIST CHURCH ,il-11 FIIRRIIVI TRAINING SCHOOL Fifty years through struggles and untiring efforts . . . 1964 ' FERRUM COLLEGE . . . W MARCHE o Ferrum Junior College was conceived in the minds and hearts of dedicated churchmen and was born out of the struggle of the years. In its infancy, despite all the hardships they encountered, Virginia Methodists began their untiring efforts to establish an institution of higher learning. Ferrum was founded fifty years ago as a "mountain mission" project of the Virginia Methodist An- nual Conference and the Woman's Missionary Society. The school's "mission" was to provide both ele- mentary and secondary education in a Christian atmosphere for the children of southwest Virginia. It was estimated at that time that 10,000 children in the region and 4,000 in Franklin County alone, were receiving no formal education whatsoever. Dr. Benjamin M. Beckham, Presiding Elder of the Danville District of the Virginia Methodist Con- ference, was greatly interested in the building of this mountain school. It was decided to build a school to be located at Ferrum. Dr. Beckham became the principal of the school in November 1913. In September 1914, Ferrum Training School opened its doors in these mountains of Virginia. There was one unfinished building on the grounds, Wesley Hall, and the parsonage. No student was prepared for a higher grade than first year high school, only 99 students were en- rolled during the entire session, and many said that no school could live on the liberal terms offered the students, and that the whole enterprise was but a dream of the principal, and would soon come to naught. The most ardent friends of the school did not dream that Ferrum would ever be a college, nor did they desire that it should. The school's success was immediate. When the trustees held their annual meeting in the spring of 1926, however, they had under their con- trol propertythat had cost over three hundred thousand dollars, and instead of one small school building they had the main school at Ferrum, and in addition six branch schools located in remote sections in the mountains far fromthe railroads, and where there were neither public schools nor churches for the most part, with a total enrollment of nearly '700 students in all. Now, the question arose, "Shall we make Ferrum aJunior College?" After long and earnest consideration, they unanimously answered this ques- tion in the affirmative. But it was deemed best to move slowly and cautiously, and beyond announcing at Commencement that one year of college work would be offered for the session of 1926-27, the authorities made no effort whatever to secure students. It was determined however, that the work of the college, like that of the high school, should be the finest quality, and courses were provided for, all of strictly college level. The students whose names appear as college students in 1926 decidedto take the college course, and shall ever be remembered as the charter students of Ferrum's College Department, and their names are so recorded in our archives. In this respect they enjoy a distinction that no other Ferrum students ever have enjoyed or ever can. We shall always remember them with peculiar pleasure and pride. There were sixteen of these students, who became the first college class at Ferrum in 1926. Ferrum closed its elementary department in 1923, its branch schools in the thirties, and its second- ary department in 1955. Dedicated men andwomen overcame almost insurmountable hardships to pass their torch of Christian education from hand to hand for this century. Though at times, the arms that held the torch grew weak, their strength was lifted to newer heights. Today the light of a dream shines forth. Fifty years after the "mission" project began, Ferrum still continues its record of progress. Ferrum has become the largest junior college in Virginia and the largest such Methodist-related institution in the United States. The "Beacon" salutes the present, past, and future torch-bearers of this institution. It tells of our college, and is proud of its heritage, its Methodist foundation, and its men and women who bore our yes- terdays to mold our tomorrows. ..ff 68 I 0 1 - sm .,: aw W I . - ,. H w --:H fx iw H ,W H NH if A J I, u L " ,, x . ei. ,X W E 'H' we Qs A Fw w w : . f. , ig M ig' gym Our first president, Dr. Beckham, talks with our present president, Dr. Arthur ' In tl1e eariiesfgbeginliing. n N Y, M H ' 1 Y Y :SL ,X , ,, ,X M N M M H H ur , , .' ' N' -'M N W iii ' ' H ' ' ' w Y. 355: -'ggi Brzeaking stone for the builgiing, of Beckh:-ini Hall. " " ' :ill Kfxi ' Y V . K ' ' f' , A J. , , 4' ' mm ,Q W ,, H 'W in ' H Of the first maples that were planted on Ferrums campus has been cut--Pro- gress? '? ? we ,mx uufi M5 --an ,M If 5 if Vx N V! It took everybody's help to make Ferrum. '13,-, ,Q - ur, '-W?----f .I L A -A ff , ' ., ' I S 'I CHOOL ARRIS S THE BRANCH SCHOOLS HARRIS SCHOOL IN FLOYD COUNTY Among the noble women who helped us in the dif- ficult day, enduring many privations and hardships for the love they had for the work, was Miss Alice White, of Isle of Wight County. It was decided to go to the very top of the Blue Ridge Mountains, twenty-nine hundred feet above sea level, and build another school. Miss White went and superintended the putting up of this building. We have a beautiful structure at this point, and it has been a great blessing to the community. Some of the finest students we have had at Ferrum have come to us from the Harris School. This building was erected in 1917. NOWLIN'S MILL SCHOOL The building at Nolin's Mill is a two-story struc- ture, withtwo school rooms connected by folding doors below, and several rooms above in which the teachers live. This plan was found to be well adapted to our needs and While some enlargements and improvements have been made in the other buildings to the architec- ture has not materially changed. WILSON SCHOOL After spending one year at Harris Miss White was sent to Pole Bridge where a third school was built. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilson of Crew, Va. gave fifteen hundred dollars for the purpose of putting up this build- ing, which bears their name, and which was erected during the great world war, in 1918. Under ordinary conditions this building could have been erected in a few months but so great were the difficulties of many kinds, including indifference and even opposition, that it took a year and a half to get it finished. TRINITY SCHOOL AT MOUNTAIN VIEW This school was built in 1918 on the very top of the Blue Ridge mountains, and is located about five miles from Harris School. The Sunday school of Trinity Church, Newport News, gave about 351,700.00 with which to put up this building and the' school is named after this church. This school was built for contract, and was put up promptly, and is an excellent building. HEIDELBACH SCHOOL In the fall of 1921 Mr. F. S. Heidelbach, of Danville Va., who with his wife, has given us so many beautiful book cases for our library, made us another splendid gift of a thousand dollars with which to build a school near Dodson in Patrice County. The people of the com- munity added about S600.00 to this, and this building was put up in 1922. ROSE RIVER SCHOOL During the year 1922 a site of four acres was do- nated by Mr. Benton Richards of Richardsville, in Mad- ison County, Va. Here was built the Rose River School similar to those other branch schools. The needs here were just as great. , ,wvqrvf . 1-a NOW - 'ff it , . LIN'S MILL SCHOOL ,- -'1,f3'.i.Pa:i.. H Y ?n5,,,tP - - - . 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F .- 15:5 5, 4 HARRIS SCHOOL The campus as seen from Riddickp J' L riff? W 4 RIDDICK HALL Bbys' Domuromr 'T 3?CiilfllD0FT1i1it01?Y fy, -, M . , . , .. - . ' ., N 14 , , I Y D-F , 19.2 ,-1 X x -.' My-Q'-.., , .:,,"k-Sb., ,..:ff-lf' un-an-" , . .-V-lp.-Fi".:f11vQHfff-'Q , '1:. ' 'E . q,i:igL'2'e1,.w 1?' X, fp ,.f' -4f5f,qr-- ' , ' - X ,Y-xzly, w " f' 2' ,- -f t .1 . ,nj H . .e .a- - . - 5, -4, f w 'K N. -.u.a1L'-. 5 Q .x-fi 4 in N THE PAST ,Qc Qu ss f,, 1- A Q Jw Chemistry Laboratory w Typing Class Eff if u5?a1u-11'Et2 wg Q' QE Q W ef: 5, H .. H sw ,,. if 41 45 WK 2, Ev Ugg. QS ai? new ,ge HQ wsu M!! u ,Af .1 sm ww Home Economics MU My - - Q 4 asgigif . K F " A921 'bw me President's Home Dr. Beckham Through the F My Years Ferrum Training School 1914 Mrs. W. P. Hardy, of Bedford, Va. who has for many years felt a call to mission work, has offered her services as ho u s e - keeper without salary, and has be en accepted. She has had twenty five years experience as a h ou s e - keeper. iw gggginn bl Ferrum Junior College 1964 Miss Jane Hardy of Bedford, Va. who has felt for many years adesire to do some kind of mission work. She has come as house mother tresident counselorl of Roberts Hall. Miss Hardy is a niece of Mrs. Hardy. T, ,, Q , FERRUM TRAINING SCHOOL CONTRACT WITH STUDENTS 1925 Therefore, I, the undersigned student of said school, solemnly covenant and agree, and pledge my sacred word of honor that, l. If I pay the school in cash less than one hundred dollars per session, I agree to work for the school thirty days during vacation, at such time as the principal may need me, orlwill pay S30 cash at the close of school, or give my note for 5B50.00, payable in 90 days. 2. I will do everything in my power to come to school on the opening day of the session and remain until the session closes. 3, I will not use tobacco or whiskey in any form while a student in the school, nor will I secure them for any one else, or pain of dismissal for the first offense. 4. I will not use any profane or vulgar language, nor will I be willing istener to any one who does. 5. I will never tell a lie. 6. I will not play cards or any other game of chance. . I will never use the school knives, forks, or dishes without the con- ent of the housekeeper. . I will not scuffle or engage in any rough sport or game inside of any uilding or on the porches or in the halls. vm 9. I will not sit up at night later than ten o'clock without special per- mission. 10. I will not throw a ball, stone, snowball, or anything else on the east side of the walk. 11. I will be very quiet in the dormitories, out of respect to the ladies, as well as others. I will not run, nor slam doors, nor scream, nor speak in a rough or loud way, but will at all times conduct myself in a refined and polite manner. 12. I will not write notes to one of the opposite sex, nor will I pass such notes for others. 13. I will not engage in social conversation with one of the opposite sex, except as I am given permission to do so by the principal or his repre- sentative. 14. I will not become involved in a "love affair" with any of my fellow students, or with any of the teachers. 15. I will not quarrel or fight with any of my fellow students. 16. I will prepare for every recitation, test or examination as faithfully as I can, and I will at all times be a faithful and diligent student. 17. I will not study my lessons on Sunday. 18. I will attend chapel services daily. x m--v --- -.f-1 --n ,X 1, .-Y if THE . ADE 1 5 mam? ipfnsifwmwmiia alifailm nulnllgv 'Kira Sam mi! Tifhikiiivfxc Wim P -' ev YKFDWSEP R wibxisifmimw hwffg- ffimswiq-,fmlbiic-Qix if .....-f,,f2.J, 1 , , ,M ,, , W IFB CAMPUS The Administration Building was e- rected in 1917, at a cost of S23,000.00, when building cost a great deal less than it does now. The basement provides a laboratory for the teaching of chemistry, physics and agriculture, two classrooms and two large laboratories. On the first floor are four class rooms, a general of- fice andthe principal's office, on the sec- ond floor a beautiful auditorium, four classrooms, two of which may be thrown into the auditorium by means of folding doors, and two piano practice rooms. Today with histories as taken from 1925 catalogue Wesley Hall, formerly used as a dor- mitory for girls, is now used for boys. This building was erected in 1913 and is of concrete and brick. It is heated by steam and lighted by electricity and will accommodate 125 people. The bedrooms are furnished with white enameled iron beds and matresses, bureau, chairs, ta- bles, and closets. The building is pro- vided with stationary washstands, bath tubs, 'showers and hot and cold water on three floors. Inthebasement are the de- partments of music and home economics. , 1: - ' " V ,Hi .Q NU The laundry and library is a brick building with slate roof, one story high 100 feet long and 35 feet wide. It was built in 1921 and contained a power house, a steam laundry and the Heidelbach Li- brary. The Library is twenty feet by 30 feet by 35 andthere is a fire Wall between the library and the laundry. The library is the gift of the Woman's Missionary So- ciety of Mt. Vernon Church, Danville, Va., and of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Heidelbach, of Danville. Mrs. Heidelbach was, for ele- ven years, the President of this society, and is now, and has been from the begin- ning, a trustee of Ferrum School. The Library is furnished t h r o u g h o ut with Globe Wernicke bookcases, most of which were given by Mr. and Mrs. Heidelbach. A beautiful table, chairs, Wilton carpet and handsome curtains, have been pro- vided and there are more than 3,000 vol- umes of most excellent and helpful books. Inside present' library. Roberts Hall Infirmary Centenary Hall, built with centenary money, and costing fifty thousand dol- lars, was erected in 1921. In the base- ment are two dining rooms, with a seating capacity of 175 each. Between these are the kitchen and pantry on either side of the connecting hall. The three floors a- bove are taken up with bedrooms, of which there are a sufficient number to accom- modate 125 people. There is a stationary washstand with hot and cold water at all times in every room, besides bathrooms on every floor. The rooms are furnished as they are in Wesley Hall. There is also aparlor, library, reading room and guest room with private bath, and two rooms for the sick, with private baths. It is used as a girl's dormitory. Chapel in the distance - President's Home CAMP - ' Y . .-fu:-'f-NLM vif 1 ' W W . v 1 wr, WW-1nv.fUfl-l-xf:'i ' b " u -Q Y - 'V fn-All-1'!'uj 1?"fQ3I:-f.-53 ,rn .,,, 1 , C- N M ,,'3L'-,14lf,I,-461542: , , , . , . , , X, , ww-, :.- ,-I 'V 7 W m L.l.?1Dv-if fee .. S 53511 is , Q. 'nl X' W A W 31- ww A a,.,ij,-. k vw 'W- - -g...: 'il-'. ,gg .'- ,E YA 35:5 ' via. 135' ggi iff. '-' .W Dfw. . :",--'.'.- , A., . 1 . .gf 5 L ,L . ' "Z-Ln' . "-lr QL:- .Q .." ,Hifi m X D 61 . ,,'. X .. L, 4'Zx37,,, X ,.i..v.,- 1' 1 ' 'v., W W Y . . ., .1-.. ,., '43, 5. M-, 'JL ' W. li., gr: iw., Q QQ? 1 , .Q-Pflifflf' '- ' X I +1 W . 1, Ziggy' 1 g L1 wg ' ' '1',:" -uf I ..,4izY' ' ,, H is 5' 5, 'Q 1,531 7' 5, 'feiwfgxiif ai-1 .N if 'z . . .4 'f' ' '-2 'Qi F . YH' ' . .mu fig. , f gf -. f fn. 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Garber Hall The newest addition to our campus is this building of contemporary architecture, named in honor of Bishop Paul Neff Garber, Resident Bishop of the Richmond area of the Methodist Church. Erected through the generosity of the churches of Virginia, it is designed for instruction in the sciences and will serve as a classroom building for other subjects. There will be eight classrooms, nine laboratories, and fourteen faculty oliices. 16 Franklin Hall with the Gymnasium in the distance . 1 Lf 74' 9 X X- AA- X ff' Y H: V ,X 'rig . PW 2 kv- f 1 1. if 2, A f N mga 1- A7.. -I r -5. X: W 12, ,Mn 4' -W. -X if 4 Lf l My "" -N ' 414536 -A - ' M.. . 'Z I I Q , ganna A- .J Q - I' I F 1A as f 2 52 1 'E' 14 is 1' s ' iff? , s -f"f.-E' 5 -1 H lf' 1 . -v-E '--I I I - Enix: '- 'TX ' as'--r -3- A 9 . 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Practice Field 19. Auditorium 20. Maintenance Shop 21. President's Home 22. Students' Apartments - C 23. Faculty Homes 24. Tennis Courts 25. 'Farm Supt. Home 26. Outdoor Theater X 'xxx Meg 5 E3 7 1, Q QQ QW? giwsgjgmyf 5 0 . 2 ,in P Q0 . iv- ik mb!- " w- 0 -,., 23- AY' 1 isp: 1" v . - -M W ' . W' W QQ? Wage W Q I Q1wp We Q. ' , x gg . k bjigigxg ,I'- F Suit ,, .Ld-D W1 f gpg.. .W A2 . Q ww 3 W ad ' 5 L :ilu I HF V Q' W V1, ,-., -rg' I9 . 0 io , 4, Q tw! M' ff S Q GN 4 e 3.9 ll XX nd SX IOQ R f W . ,. r Q2 525-5,0 rm ' -4- ' :qua U -X 5 sl O Sp as' aw X 939 , I r A 4 .SWYXEP FA-9 X ibn smsEDAL rl W dvi: ' V "5 lfrj EE E 5 35' . ' 1 ' 0 - . 9 1 3 ' 9 X x ' P2 if 'W A wk X3 A22 ggi ,ti our prericlen Lf By 1964, fifty years after the college was founded, seven presidents had filled the leadership role at Ferrum Junior College. Their administra- tions present a wondrous chronolgy of the growth of our school. Their records in the annuals of this institution show that their job required greatness--the making of big decisions, the projection of broad vision, the solving of tremendous problems, and their remaining big in the face of criticism. These seven men possessed these qualities of greatness which enabled them to make wise decisions which often did not follow the easy road, to see beyond the present and plan for the crucial educational demands of the future, to tackle problems which did not have quick and easy solutions, and to maintain personal dignity in all adversity. They hadthe courage to persist and battle for funds for the continued pro- gress of Ferrum Junior College. They implemented innovations in policy and standards which led Ferrum Junior College to an enviable position among small colleges of the nation. By their lead Ferrum Junior College commanded respect for educational excellence. Diverse in their eras, backgrounds, ideals, and philosophies, they were thoroughly united in their objective--a bigger and better Ferrum Junior College. For their dedicated labor, for their indomitable courage, for their intellectual leadership, for their unlimited foresight, and for their devotion to Ferrum Junior College, we, the staff of the 1964 BEACON, with deep humility, dedicate this yearbook to our former presidents. 1 ' 11 11 1211221 111111 Y 1111' 1111111 11 111.11 ' 1:1111 ff- 111111 11 111 , 115111 151- 1,155 M zz 5,1 11 11 111 gm! Z1 xi- 1 211 1 1 1 1 ,, Q11 11 111 11 ' 1111.21 11 "' 1' x 11 ,l. A X gww-:z-11111 ,:gg, 11g 11 1 1 A. 1 F . 1-me 1, 111: . , 11 111 312535, :- , 1 1 , 1 1 Egf 11 21 11111 11,51 11 11 11'l. ,1 '11 1,'1-1111115531111 1 1 " " " "" "1 '1131111 T MA Z DFT B. 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W1 1 1 fl N-EX P jfe yjreszbfznf cspeafs' This year marks the 50th anniversary of the found- ing of Ferrum Junior College. Through the years many young men and women have joined the ranks of loyal students who through their participation in the program of the school have had a part in the growth and develop- ment of the College. They have shared the honored tra- ditions and have gone forth to make them even more meaningful in life. They have joined the other men and women of our church and state who founded the college and who have nurtured it through the years. All of us have an awareness of the deep indebtedness we owe to those who have blazed the trails over which this educa- tional enterprize has traveled. You who are currently enrolled or who will leave these sacred portals this year have entered into this fabric and joined with those of yesteryears who have made this institution what it is. To each of you who is graduated lies the responsi- bility to hold high the torch of loyalty and devotion to your alma mater. Through the years you will continue to be a part of Ferrum's growth both in prestige and service. In the afterglow of fifty years the college girds itself to face the responsibilities of the second half cen- tury of service with firm resolve and high dedication. May you too hold high the torch as you continue your journey through the years to come. Q.WE?Qg GLIMPSES OF THE PRESIDENT'S ATTRACTIVE HOME jx WL' Ziff A' . EF --'.".' 2 I' - 5E5:'.-Qs. , il' ' , ,' THE ADMINI TRATIO and FACULTY Dr. Sidney E. Sandridge Raymond T. Holmes, Jr. Mr. Raymond T. Holmes is the Vice-President of Business Affairs. He is also the Business Manager. Mr. Holmes came to Ferrum in 1957 as Business Manager and Professor of Accounting. He received his B.S. Degree in Business Administration from the University of Richmond where he received Phi Beta Kap- pahonors. He is a Certified Public Account- ant. , uw gras. wi, H, l, Greetings to Students: Educated men and women are society's chief safeguards against tyranny and slavery. The challenge before us in the World today is to free the minds and spirits of men for God's purposes. Such freedom is the ultimate pur- pose ofabroad and comprehensive education. "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." Dean Sidney E. Sandridge, is Vice-President and Dean of Academic Affairs. A native of Virginia, Dr. Sandridge first came to Ferrum in 1959 to workin the Sociology and Extension Department. He received his B.A. degree from the University of Virginia, his B.D. degree from Emory University, and his Ph. D. from Northwestern University. Before coming to Ferrum, he held several pastoral positions. ov - it ,J E, was : M f as lf' We tk ee 'KQQL11 53: H5338 ' :A-r.: me V 1 as 131 25 11 W 23155-5- " ii " "11"11 WH11 H iw x H 11 712521535 : I 1 . ., ,if ' E T Y 1 I f' 1' - K sg .sas 1 - 1 ,i.-',- -I 1: I 1 H1 Www . , 11 1 r 'MM ' " " . I SAX W Zi 111 -W1 , H 11 11 53353111 11,Mit,?i A ' I7 X M. 1" .5ga.11'11 1 111w11Hf?E ll i' is George Wesley Jones Chaplain A.B., Randolph-Macon College B.D., Duke University , A W Q 'ef H x 'ref ?"'-A H 5: ,,. ".f47V"TEW1 fb-3-Z EEK-C-,Z -V 5? :T ,UZ , -, B 4. ",, rs .seifeivl g t c -if ' E 1 ,N wH1Q4l11'1111 H1 "" 1 ig pol l 5 AQgg1F11M.es1 hs: X ".."'.I... mai: WH 1 f New WH 3' 1 " MK1' - wi " 'ac 1 N "4'is1s!.Ef-' H "' T.D. Kelly Director of Public Relations and Development B.A., B.D., Emory University M is , is fl ei 1 ml' "wie 1, 1, H 4,31 pi 1 W ll N M 1 l M gas 1 1' 1 1 1 1 .aw - W., 1 1 1.. 1 111111 fe 11 1, 11 11 1 1' 11x11 H- 11N gigs Kenneth D. Glass, Dean of Men B.S. Auburn Universityg M.R.E. Golden Gate Seminaryg M.A., S. F. State College Greetings to Students: For fifty years Ferrum has provided an opportunity for young people to acquire an education in a Christian environment. Such an education is more than collecting facts or obtaining information, it is a process of develop- ing a philosophy of life based upon religious principles. We hope Ferrum has been instrumental in helping you find the very principles which will make the next fifty years of your life meaningful and successful. 11 11 1 1 , 5, 1 Qs., 11, 1 1 fav 1 1 111 'al 1 12, 11 Hiawatha Crosslin, Dean of Womeng Pro. of Edu. A.B., Baylor Uni.5 M.E., Ed. D., Uni. of Texas Dear Students: The breath of life on a college campus does not come from the administration or faculty alone but from you, the students of Ferrum Junior College who give it the vitality and spirit to make the College alert to its opportunities day by day, and alive to engender the love for and loyalty to Ferrum which is so important to us. It is you who Will determine the tone of college life in today's world just as those who preceded you have and those who follow in your footsteps will for our future. We salute you on this fiftieth anniversary of Ferrum Junior College. FACULTY AND STAFF 5554 9' 'fe Anne Acey Director of Admissions A.B., Greensboro College M.A., Northwestern University James S. Angle English A.B., William and Mary College M.Ed., William and Mary College William G. Dail, Jr. . Biology, Chemistry B.S., Carson-Newman College M.A., Appalachian State Teachers James L. Dodd Director of Extensiong Sociology B.A., Ouachita Collegeg B.D., Th.D., Southern Baptist Theological Sem. Edgar Eugene Evans, Jr. Director of Athletics B.A., Lynchburg College M.S., University of Tennessee Vernon D. Gifford Biology B.S., M.S.E.Q Arkansa Lolene Hodges Business Education B.S., Radford College M.S., V. P. I. s State E my Q s 1 or wi in , ! .L Y w iziaflfw lieu, " 4 eu!! Vin, uhm 'SWA S QQ!! "Nu W William E. Fitzgerald Music A.B., M.A.T., University of N. C. Douglas W. Foard Public Relations and Development N A.B., Randolph-Macon College ww W5 in 119' Esther Fox Psychology A.B., National College M.A., American University 26 FACULTY AN T FF Oliver B. Isaac Library A.B., J olm Hopkins University Graduate Studies, Catholic University Franklin M. Jones Chemistry B.S., M.A., Appalachian State Teachers M.Ed., University of North Carolina Robert M. Lacy Economics A.B., Allegheny College M.A., Ohio State University Carlos A. Loop Language M.A., William and Mary College 1 B.D., University of the South . Craven Mackie English, Drama A.B., Guilford College M.A., University of N. C. William M. Maxey Language B.A., M.A., Univ. of Richmond B.D., S. Bapt. Theol. Sem. Richard T. Milam Farm Managerg Agriculture B.S., M.Ed., V. P. I. Elsie M. Miller Library B.S., Florida Southern College QW 27 'ie' " A X .H ...WH . 13: '1 v ,, lx ' I me H M'f?3?E lag.. Sl 9 K I A ,ew A ' 5.152.713 f . N C. Lee Morris iw ,thug Engjjl Sh B.A., Randolph-Macon College M.Ed., William and Mary College ,, John P. Newcomer Mathematics, Physics M.A., Peabody College Adv. Grad. Studies, Univ. of Tenn. W. H. Norton, Jr. Physical Education B.A., Lynchburg College M.Ed., University of Virginia FACULTY AND STAFF . .H tra.. ,... W. L., ,, .1 K., as .Qi .W , , .. ,,.. 1 E Q Clyde F. Polk, Jr. Biology B.S., Wake Forest College M.A.T., University of North Carolina Elisabeth Pryor English A.B., M.A., University of Georgia M.A., Scarritt College :E " in . ,,,- 0 w w w H, J. Glenn Shelton Mathematics B.S., Lynchburg College M.A.T., Univ. of N. C. Patricia T. Sites Business Education B.S., Radford College Paul E. Smith, Jr. Bible M.A., Boston University B.D., Columbia Theol. Seminary . it uw w w uw f 91 3' Robert E. Purvis Director of Student Activitiesg Art B.A., Lynchburg College Graduate Studies, R.P.I. Billie W. Reynolds Physical Education B.S., Lincoln Memorial University Norma L. Richardson Language A.B., Asbury College F ' H Q . fam -t., J V.. u 1 2915 mu H H u u 28 Marjorie Rosernond English B.A., Newcomb College M.A., University of North Carolina Harriet Sapper Music B.M., New England Conservatory M.M., University of Illinois Robert M. Saunders History B.A., M.A., University of Richmond illaF""' H W ' ' T ,umg .wrxrx sw u in 1 , in-. .-1 ,L t , l i ., I' U Ui ,W ,.-.. W. , V., H ' :Mlm uw w vu . W K N mm his , ess 1 xi - " ' t- w. H , .A.j - FACULTY AN STAFF Geoffrey L. Story, Jr. Bible M.A., Northwestern University Advanced Studies, Univ. of Utrech 1 is 147 .ak R XN....,.-,Q i J we 5 -4 if N Raymond A. waruck, Jr. , A ' W A-X History Q A E g N' ' A.M., Duke University Adv. Grad. Studies, Univ. of Va. Barbara H. White English A.B., Longwood College M. Ed., V. P. I. Ralph J. Wimrner History B.A., Roanoke College M.A., V. P. 1. Freeda Wood Assistant Registrar A.A., Ferrum Junior College John P. Wynne Academic Consultant A.B., M.A., Trinity College Ph. D., Columbia University James T. Wilson, Jr. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds and Construction Engineer K. Edward Goode Mathematics B.s., M.Ed., V. P. 1. N- aw: w ,MI1 ,sl le 5, .. F-W -.. H . . 'ww V. F 2 ... 16 1 4 -.1 1. '11 N t , J wr, I N., . H w E Y ,3 "Nu . 2 ,gunna .JQM 3 V. 5 ,. K. rm, , h w , .--' vu r 4 S Q 5 John B. Rosemond Financial Assist. Officerg Mathematics B.A., University of North Carolina Joy L. Carter Supervisor of Mechanical Maintenance Armed Services CSpecia1 Trainingj Ben H. Ferguson Chief Accountant Studies at Roanoke College and National Business College se x E FACULTY AN STAFF - H L S. 2 H Tgiitm I Z F155 5. ...tal .swzzpif V i .Jig .sm it uw H. W- . Y---f - - 1 .. ..,... - - -' wwf if - Y , www - V i as it ww. mg, MMM" . , , s it E .- iw H. wwmiiiig iw u H Wi: SS QV fm X Mrs. J. N. Gwaltney Administrative Assistant to the f President Mrs. Martha G. Boyer H Bookkeeper, Business Office stamps wg! Q mg' wt EW ,Yi ,f,,AY SU Mag no .aww My XFN ,slut 'af is -- A -Y L its Mrs. Jane B. Carter Secretary, Business Office National Business College Mrs. William F. Huffman Secretary Pan-American Business School Mrs. Margaret Morrison Clark Secretary National Business College Miss Janet Slone Secretary, Public Relations Office A.A., Ferrum Junior College Dr. J. M. Green College Physician and Surgeon B.A., Washington and Lee University M.D., University of Virginia Mrs. Carolyn DeHart College Nurse R.N., Roanoke Memorial Hospital ii A . ,-En... it . . aw MM .jr I James E. Toler V ', Q Sig ' W ' - Manager of Bookstore at if i H L-' ' , E ', -I Diploma, Ferrum Junior College u P WN 'W M 1 ,iii-3, L Tobe M. Clark Fw, E mm...gg Manager of Laundry fi f l gg, Diploma, Ferrum Junior College QQ s, A t Mrs. Gladys Taylor ? A Q V. wg Dietitian and Director of it . 5 35- Food Service Q , .,q59'1g L 1 'gigs 30 FACULTY AND STAFF Miss Jane Hardy Assistant Resident Counselor Roberts Hall Mrs. Ethel Anglin Resident CoLmselor Riddick Hall Mrs. Helene Schaefer Resident Counselor Susannah Wesley Hall Mrs. Margaret Holloway Assistant Resident Counselor Susannah Wesley Hall Mrs. Alma Winton Resident Counselor Chapman Hall Mrs. Kate Eggleston Resident Counselor John Wesley Hall Mrs. Jimmie McKenzie Resident Counselor Roberts Hall at time i,"if55g"... V. mg.. ww 1 NW un lim f-:BQ 1 Mrs. Katye S. Brown Physical Education B.S., U. of Miami Graduate Work: Oglethorpe Univ Virginia Graham Jones College Nurse R.N., Jefferson Hospital .Graduate studies: V.P.I. i I 1 1 an W1 w I 7 L ' I 1351 A-11 w :si L i 151 -M H 1 1 ,, 411 -f ,fgrgss , ' 21, U W 1, E ,. , X F lm .W 5 H , . gsm. 'W' - Z if M 4- sf Zyl . ' N Zine ffoundcgrsfsgof? ig M uni0f Gollege BL l 1 li Mus. FQ ' H r115EL,1gAgH ' ' W Q vl , , , HN. X M w- H ."wH,Q W H- 32 , yyzzm Hers Qffm 9141411122 Ganga U56 Zoarf 0 yrusfees V' Mrs. J. Boyd Tyrrell Second Vice Chairman Mr. W. B. Adams Dr. Harry G. Balthis Mr. J. E. Bassett Mr. Howard Belanga Dr. Evelyn Berry Dr. H. Conrad Blackwell Mr. S. P. Bralley Dr. John Blakemore Mr. James T. Catlin, III Mrs. T. F. Cooke Bishop Paul N. Garber Mrs. J. Emmett Gleason Mr. Howard Gwaltney Dr. Ralph L. Haga Mr. H. L. Harris Mrs. A. Paul Hartz Mr. Wiley Jackson Rev. Roscoe C. Johnson Dr. Joseph S. Johnston Dr. T. E. Landis Mr. E. H. Lane Rev. George S. Lightner Rev. Walter M. Lockett, Jr. Rev. John A. McKenry Mrs. Dewey B. Mullins Mrs. William R. Phelps Mrs. E. W. Pitzer Mrs. R. G. Pullen Rev. Clifford Ramsey Dr. Roland P. Riddick Dr. Carl G. Sanders Mr. Louis Spilman Mrs. W. B. Spong 1VIrs. Thomas B. Stanley Dr. James W. Turner Mrs. J. Boyd Tyrrell Mr. D. C. Vaughn Koen! Mr. J. E. Bassett, Sr. First Vice Chairman M M : H , l ,fs V - .1 Mr. D. C. Vaughn Chairman 'The Rev. W. M. Lockett, Jr. Mr. E. H. Lane. Secretary Dr. T. E. Landis Mr. Charles A. Womack 1 ,wx ww ww ww w w w w w , MQ, mg 2 Exim Q! w w www . m N V, gg .ww U1 sssss CLASSES Q A 7 A Tlie most important ifspeot of any icol- lege is the academic progression of the student. Our perpetuation of knowledge meansma better world for allgof us. To a gfeatiektent, o ur nation?-iepeiids 'upon its institutions as educators. And if we fail in' our duties, we fail not only ourselves, but our fellow men. If yve succeed, suc- scesss its own reward. ytiii No institution is any greater thanthe products it produces. In this sectionfwe look at the student at study, gm aoademic indigidual. g A 1 ggg -N10 1 1913 etr.si tttsii isl l sb fsi 5 5 IA w ww "H H " Q' 'i ,, ww H W H ww .wh 5 H OFFICERS Charles Earhart ........ President Roy Hill .... .... V ice-President Marsha Caskey . . Secretary-Treasurer Curtis Coulthard . . Student Gov't Repr. E x I , 5 n 3 SOPHOMORE . .1964 g'TWffF ' - Jo Anne Ahern Richmond 'K ':"" " Secretarial Science I . ' 1 -Q David Ronald Akers Bassett 'v' :.,-: - l Business Administration ' H A ' -' ff' 'Zi ' " as James Larry Allen Scottsburg Liberal Arts Wayne Lewis Alphin Buchanan Liberal Arts Connie Lynne Anderson Arlington ' Education Barbara O. Angle A Rocky Mount Music Kenneth F. Arnold Franktown Business Administration James W. Bailey Richmond .,,.- Business Administration if Beverly F. Baird Bloomington, Ind. Education Bonnie Callie Barfknecht West Point Elementary Education Jane Catherine Beadles Hampton Secretarial Science James E. Bennett Richmond , Education 215.55 1,5821 W m w New ,H H am?" 5: KQ 3, in SOPHUMORE . . .1964 1 it rf X t new Nancy Lynn Black Franklin Business Education William Grant Blevins Roanoke Science Edward S. Boxley Mineral Business Administration Jo Ann Brett Emporia Education Rennie W. Bridgman McKenney " Business Administration 1 , , Mary Elizabeth Bronson Arlington Nursing H Judith Hope Brown LYI1Chb111'S Liberal Arts Kenneth Earl Brown Fredericksburg ,. Liberal Arts ' Joyce Marie Brubeck Staunton N Liberal Arts f it gtg w af' set. L me , N, A Gary H, Bugg Charlottesville , X Science ' J. Fred Butler HOPEWGH " Business Administration Beverly Cahoon Clifton Forge Liberal Arts 38 H Q! Eil N yo ' N L? 1 w H I 1 :EE 5,5 1 S 'E wwf!!! W -2522 U -:.5...:.5. W ff., Jw .. F E,E ,.,.. 4 1- 7 ,f H M ...,...., M, 5 N ,Q 1 . E .PH W J TV'w"W Wfgfw 1 I , i 1 ,. w Hu f: . ...., I .5 X- f '-' NWN m N M - , iff:-zf:25:s ' 'H " ' Q9 'H 'A ' if J ' mf" I if 'gr as um K 'L 1 t F L H HT, W1 e ' ink Wm f y, l ,i ii 4-:' 5 wi as 5 Wg I gi OPHOMORE . . .1964 m wx it F' wit Q ,Q , ' ' -. K gi,, ,E m -.BEM 1 Yun' 'Y' ,lx Starr Lee Cook South Boston Secretarial Science Linda Sue Corkum Roanoke Education Donald Blair Corley North Garden Business Administration Curtis C. Coulthard Pearisburg Business Administration Mary Lou Cox Pulaski Education Charles A. Craddock Charlottesville Business Administration Alexander Baxter Cralle Farmville Business Administration Gordon Forrest Creasy Richmond Business Administration Brenda Kay Crosby Staunton Liberal Arts John Dennis Cross Hanover Science James Edward Davis, Jr. Norfolk Education Frederick William Dawson Cana Agriculture OPHOMORES . .1964 Edgar Hampton DeHart Elliston Agriculture Roy Franklin Demory Fairfax Station Business Administration Robert J. Dennis, Jr. Wachapreague Liberal Arts Charles D. Dinges Arlington Liberal Arts Virginia Grace Dixon Hanover, Pa. Education Mary E. Donald Glasgow Education Coleman Alvis Doss, Jr. Hurt Education William David Downs Emporia Education Victor R. Drewry Bluefield Agriculture Francis G. Dudding Eagle Rock Business Administration Morris Wayne Dudley Christiansburg Education John Daniel Dunaway Scottsville Education ,far R' s OPH OM ORES . . I 964 Xi' ...-of -was NRE? j S . fl., " . W YM- :i "Af" -. xygilai ,P ' lift? V will jfs! ' 1 WL Carlos Michael Duncan Dillwyn Liberal Arts Charles Edward Earhart Arlington Business Administration James Richard Edwards Roanoke Education Allman Q. Ellington Burkeville Bachelor of Arts Russell C. Elliott Laurel, Delaware Education Kenneth Michael Etter Roanoke Business Administration Jerry M. Felts Galax Education Barbara E. Fiedler Pittsfield, Mass. Secretarial Science T. Russell Fletcher Spotsylvania Education Roland Lewis Foster Matthews Business Administration Barbara Lewis Fox Orange Secretarial Science Timothy Freeman Falls Ch11I'Ch Music Education OPH OM ORES. . .1964 1 ' N' ww H w' Robert M. Fulcher Stanleytown Business Administration Beverly Lockett Garnett Rice Science Sarah Louise Garnett Arlington Liberal Arts Barbara Hope George Richmond Liberal Arts Henry Lee Gianniny Scottsville Business Administration T. Randolph Gibbs Charlottesville Science Cheryl Ann Gohn Arlington Secretarial Science A Jane Sydney Green Richmond Secretarial Science ' if Kenneth L. Green South Boston Business Administration - Timothy George Gregory Chesapeake Business Administration Phillip Grizzard Smithfield Business Administration Patricia Dee Groome Richmond Elementary Education 43 OPH OM ORE . . 1964 sg, ,ea D555 wx z.. H H- 55 as , vw ,H wr a. wr mm : Aubrey Howard Hall Rustburg in ,,,"'llQQ5.f mpg H. aa.. me Liberal Arts Judy 'Faye Hall Rocky Mount Education Sue Ellen Harman New Hope Education N L. Rebecca Harris Greenville , f ' Education , 411 " Stephen L. Harris Beaverdam W - . Business Administration "WM H E W 7 n 'Wm' Joyce Faye Heflin canett Education ' Z "iii" , Dan Huff Henderson, Jr. Danville Q . S. is T ' Business Administration 1:5 we I Ask! iummgwmw L 1 BE Sharon Lee Hensley Moneta n Liberal Arts K " ' L Francis Wesley Hicks Woodford .I Education A Roy Robert Hill Buchanan H Business Administration Raye B. Hines La Crosse Agriculture Larry Moody Hogge Shacklefords Education 44 SUPHOMORES. . .1964 Beverly Jean Holland Charlottesville Business Administration Ellis D. Hudgins Matthews Liberal Arts Harold L. Ingram Henry Business Administration Rodger N. Jenkins Manquin Science James C. Jensen Fairfax Education Delsie Marie Johnson Glade Hill Education Eleanor Johnson Bedford Liberal Arts Melvin W. Johnson, Jr. Hampton Business Administration James W. Johnson Bedford Religious Education Cordelia R. Kayton Norfolk Education Rita Gay Keith Agricola Education Diane Joyce Kelly Fredericksburg Education mu . E , Q 'na -uw V "" - v i" T it H ral U. W ,. A .2 ...Hai f ' -er ' ' ' . dew --qv' V., ,H nn... -. . 1: 'A fr Y A 'r V A as fx -.X '1 Fi X . N f 1 Kr f Laaw as " " 'A if 1 ' li in 4 -. if J ' Q X 1. A ...,. W -,.!., 1 . .1 5 .E Q w. ? , W., ,sein 3 v anvil m Charles D Kincannon Gordonsville Business Administration Tangier Tangier Blackstone Martinsville Hopewell Mary Ehzabeth Kuchar Hardy Shirley Ann Kuhls Culpeper Leitch Lancaster Farmville Business Administration Jerry Lee Lassiter Danville Business Admimstration Linda Denise Leadbetter Hopewell Wilmer Leatherman Charlottesville SOPHOMORE . . .1964 Gary H. Ligon Mechanicsville Business Administration Q X it ,pf N l f 1, ' . ..:. ... .fi f ku! J .... AJ i k 141 ad if Gloria Dean Lovell Martinsville Education Wendell G. McCal1ister Covington Business Administration f..:,x Carole Diane McCann Richmond I Liberal Arts i ' 'C ' K. Whitney McClanan Madison Heights Education 1 I K, A tk no Samuel McCraw Lynchburg ' "A '- Business Administration h I gl We Donald J. McCreary Cana Business Administration Kenneth McQuinn Falls Church Business Administration James Maitland Wilson Agriculture Sharon Ami Marchio Annandale , Business Administration Carol Lee Martin Ferrum Education - Harvey Kent May Powhatan kj Education 47 Wm din H SOPHOMORE . .1964 Y F ii ,H ,Ui 48 Mary Lucinda Menefee Roanoke Education William C. Miller Spotsylvania Liberal Arts Herbert S. Montgomery Lewisburg, W. Va. Allie Preston Moore Richmond Business Administration W. Page Moran Mechanicsville Education William A. Morgan, Jr. Chesapeake Liberal Arts Car1tonV. Morton Chatham Education Elmer Mason Nance Moneta Business Administration Patricia Ann Naugle Blackstone Education Gloria Jean Nester Laurel Fork Secretarial Science Richard E. Norris Virginia Beach Music John Wesley Oberlin, Jr. Roanoke Business Administration OPHOMORES. . .1964 N Nita Robyn Pearman Richmond H ll aug! Education Fred Atkins Palmore Blackstone Education ?"KhQ Ovila Clyde Panneton Arlington 1' ' Business Administration p3 5 P' V' 'fu . S l'l ': 'J ' M Sandra J. Panneton Arlington iz Liberal Arts . IW is ' ' '-: Qg,xl,i.fL5 V W n N 5,.n, . William E. Pepper, Jr. Cartersville , ',.- ' , Agriculture . 4 .1 ,A V in. x. U., ,H ' , William J. Pettigrew Hampton ' ' "t"' V EQ' zi' K Q Business Administration ' :': Q3 is 5,3 n M itiaosm . ft , . r.- s Joseph H. Philpott, Jr. Pearisburg Education Thomas J. Pope Max Meadows my Education A Jerry Lee Prillaman Bedford Business Administration John G. Prillaman, Jr. Bassett Business Administration Randolph G. Prillaman Collinsville Liberal Arts David Radcliffe Downingtown, Pa. Education 49 Ronald Edward Ramsey Chase City Kenneth Herbert Rea Bassett Rebecca Ann Reaves Lynchburg Judy Lee Reld Clifton Forge Clarence B Reynolds Glade Hill W111ard M Robms Newport News Alexandria Louisa Norfolk Lynchburg Chilesburg Lexington SOPHOMORES. . .1964 ' Brenda R. Scott Alexandria Liberal Arts Charles B. Scott Port Republic Agriculture Edwin Scupp East Brunswick, N. J. Betsy Jane Seibel Roanoke Occupational Therapy Martha Ella Sheets Mount Sidney Education Elizabeth G. Shelton Stanardsville Business Administration Sherman Shifflett . Charlottesville Business Administration John Stewart Shively Altavista Science Ray Sigmon Rocky Mount Liberal Arts Bob Harris Simmons Floyd Liberal Arts Franklin O. Simmons Alexandria Education Harold Richard Sink Roanoke Education L 1' I ,W 'Ili S OPH OM ORES . .1964 SEQ 5 QQ? 'George M. Sisson Shawsville Business Administration Joseph Claude Slate Claudville Business Administration Robert J. Slavek Hampton Science Russell P. Smith, Jr. Covington Education William Sanford Smith Sandston Education Joseph E. Stacks Falls Church Bachelor of Arts Robert Nelson Stanley Ashland Bachelor of Arts Garland Staton Buckingham Liberal Arts Nelson E. Stone Henry Business Administration Judith Mae Strosnider Woodstock Secretarial Science Reva Louise Stump MOHBU Secretarial Science L Claude B. Swanson Callands Education 52 S OPH OM ORE . Claude M. Shockley Hillsville Education John Arthur Tant Fairfax Liberal Arts Carolyn Lett Thompson Union Level Education Otis Timberlake, Jr. Barhamsville Education Joan L. Tisdale Charlottesville Secretarial Science Stuart Jefferson Townes Amelia Liberal Arts Hugh B. Townsend, Jr. Manquin Agriculture J. Frank Townsend, Jr. Manquin Agriculture Basil R. Tripp Buena Vista Education Robert C. Tyler Arlington Liberal Arts Denzil Turner Bassett Education Wilbur Utt Ararat Liberal Arts AR 'Afl- ,ac-5 "!' Q all TY' H1964 YV . T, L- L . ,W E it H, 'Qt -7 sg: - V He- - we ,L . Q ,gin 1 !,x, .,,, .fr 1 1 me iii " 5 ? ,, Qt ,.3ig..... ,.,.?i.Q3Q Q, mmm uw tw um, M: .w M2123 Wm ss -np. 1' H 1s,f5E":1 ' Ve " Nw' " u www M ,gem X 101' -up -' .-.Bram 'ww if H 2 HHN me ge-we-,Q .wi "-r - iw , 53 SOPHOMORES. . .1964 iii? H Q Jesse W. Vipperman, Jr. Agriculture Raymond Edward Wade Education G. Robert Waldrop 111 Education Robert William Walker Business Administration Frankie Randolph Wall Education George H. Ward, Jr. Elementary Education Michael V. Ward Education Robert F. Waring ' Agriculture Samuel Blanton Watkins Liberal Arts Glenn R. Welde Liberal Arts Judith Ann Whitby Liberal Arts Robert E. White, Jr. Bachelor of Arts Ridgeway Danville Richmond McLean Bassett Quimby Urbanna Dunnsville Amelia Fairfax Richmond Yorktown OPHOMORES. . .1964 James Michael Wines Arlington Liberal Arts Edward H. Witt Nellys Ford Physical Education John W. Worley Natural Bridge Business Administration Doris Ethelene Wright Richmond Business Administration Harold Allen Wright Front Royal i Education 5 William E. Wright Mechanicsville M D., 1 Agriculture L . A M l A ,Q i 1 James D. Wright Patrick Springs Education George P. Wyrick Hillsville Education Rogers W. Young, Jr. Arlington Bachelor of Science Joyce Anne Youngblood Richmond Elementary Education 55 ' 4 ,Ls R SECO EME TER ST 1 WWE ?E 'E Y me if DEN S OPH OM ORE l 3 if "" ,ri it neu QW' 1, SUMMER SCHOOL 1 963 7'3" P N Preston Bain Dinwiddie Agriculture Roger D. Blankenship Rocky Mount Liberal Arts Hugh Hamilton Eaton Shipman Liberal Arts Robert S. Emery, Jr. Harrisonburg Education James D. Ewell, Jr. Bi1'dS Nest Business Administration Carole Elizabeth Hussey Crewe Education Larry Beckett Little Macon, Ga. Liberal Arts Louis Guy Nirenberg Denver, Colo. Bachelor of Science Russell E. Walton Ferrum Business Administration OF FIC ERS t t W U t Jerry Durham . . . . ..... President 'A t ' t 1 W Gary Joyce. . . . Vice-President ,Wy s A,e tt r Donna Ellis . . . . Secretary Betty Brown . . . . Treasurer 57 j,, f ... .5 my ll :-'- -:- F- 'f Hy? fr- A ,L , 524 ' L ,. N ,A W P .Ms ' . r my -- - 1-.. -., ,, . ., E. I In ,. 1 gi . All. ...Q .. . , WI , H Ep JC li' M' J " is , fu. Y . 'Wi . fr V-...ff W., , ...,, ,. , . , . , ,y J .,..., , . 5 x ' Q K' Uv WL I , ' ' ffl' J ij I -U .f . HM L' Wg.: . .f-W , ,, .ai . l ,-:: ,f--' J an A ,E V - .. .ii--. ff ....,....., ..... -V , .Y LB, , . 1' ' ' -M. Iii, W . ,-- 5 J jigsaw! :..-ew -: 51,5 iw ess J' X .A " " i N I. sd . t . , ...f , , r .M-. . .,, ' - -...,i.. - -.f...-- .,,....,. - --45236552252 5-'fvf' ' T " pw , , iw sizzix , 1 5 ' -5 M ' ,Q f'- , .ff'1fe'f lv' . H P L.. A .1 gg, J ,.f ,f A L ,f i. .3 ,AL an -I gf , iv! 'll -A -M ew- H Y gg- 3 -nr' , . iii ' H , 58 The Freshmen Franklin Tredway Abbott Smithfield, Va. Nancy Carole Adkins Penhook, Va. Margaret Alfonso Clifton Forge, Va.. Nancy Miles Allen Floyd, Va. Joe Albert Washington, D. C. Phyllis J. Altice Rocky Mount, Va. Rebecca L. Altizer Christiansburg, Va. Carol L. Anderson Pittsfield, Mass. Judith W. Anderson Richmond, Va. Jerry A. Andrews Independence, Va. Paul M. Anstine Catlett, Va. Jane H. Arnold Franktown, Va. Mary Lucinda Arritt Covington, Va. Bonnie Sue Baker McGaheysvi1le, Va. Eddie Baker Scottsville, Va. John Embrey Baker McLean, Va. Thomas H. Baker Roanoke, Va. Harold L. Bane, Jr. South Boston, Va. Vicki M. Bassemier Portsmouth, Va. David L. Bayne McLean, Va. The Freshmen Benjamin Hubert Beale, Jr Courtland, Va. Claude Randolph Beasley Mechanicsville, Va. Helen Beatrice Beers Waverly, Va. Peggy Lee Beers Waverly, Va. Juanita Belcher Penhook Va. Thomas Street Bennett Glade Hill, Va. Gary Ward Bennett Roanoke, Va. Emmet Franklin Berrey Luray, Va. Fred McCullough Biddlecomb Fairport, Va. Stephen Turner Bishop Rawlings, Va. ,gg 5 1 Kenneth Williams Blackwell Q' Lf' Floyd, Va. Samuel Richard Blake Woodbridge, Ya. Glenna Dale Blankenship Amelia, Va. Florine DuVal Bleakley Newport News, Va. Juanita Sherrill Blosser Buena Vista, Va. Sandra Faith Booth Rocky Mount, Va. Charles Stephen Boston Unionsville, Va. Dennis Wayne Bowden Alexandria, Va. Barry Allen Bowles Martinsville, Va. Nancy Jane Bowers Portsmouth, Va. f '- - UI -. H5 ' 'gr 97, - .....,. . f Y: Hg" 'H -: 355: . ' Q ' 755m A ,. , . K V ' "I e 5,7 ,s e ie :lf-.X , n II: w , ,, op , I N Il un. Im , :W " S W Y 4 'W ' W .. ,W 5 'W A ' f' 'T . W , - 2,9 2... H1 ' 'Kia QQ? mqzrvtll, 'W' ' 1' , L N : .,., is E E-i'rI "" 5 . .AJ3 ,.f'Q 411'f- ---- gg ,. Q - fi., . me Tir., ' ,W V i I' ire, u .x g 5 W 5 fe, . L x- , Y , QE1G,,,,E!g,,,FEg 3,222,741 'LJ H! "W The Freshmen Catherine Bowman Barboursville, Va. Faye Carole Brady Ashland, Va. Mary Ryland, Brandon Mannbor, Va. Betty Joyce Brown Covington, Va. Joseph W. Brown, Jr. Shanghai, Va. Pamela Lee Brovm Arlington, Va.. William Marvin Brown Richmond, Va. Roberta Bryan Portsmouth, Va. Leon K. Bryner, Jr. Arlington, Va. David E. Buckingham Parksley, Va. Dan Randolph Burks, Jr Big Island, Va. Gloria Jean Burleigh Rocky Mount, Va. William J. Burleigh Concord, Va. Allen Wayne Burtis Roanoke, Va Glen Hays Burton Halifax, Va. Cecil Curtis Byrd Spencer, Va. James C. Caldwell Waynesboro, Va. Warren R. Campbell Lynchburg, Va. Michael A. Campbell Roanoke, Va. Diane Candage Mechanicsville, Va The Freshmen George D. Capito, Jr. Lynchburg, Va. Suzanne D. Carrington Hillsville, Va. James E. Carroll Annandale, Va. Linda D. Carruthers Purcellville, Va. William D. Carter Milford, Va. Leonard B. Carter Appomattox, Va. James E. Cash Buena Vista, Va. Robert C. Caudell Arlington, Va. Jerry W. Chesson Bedford, Va. Marie C. Childs Richmond, Va. Patricia L. Clarke Bethesda., Maryla Raymond H. Clark Clifton Forge, Va Ronald C. Clark Richmond, Va. Billy L. Clear Saltville, Va. Billy Ray Cobb Richmond, Va. George H. Coffey Waynesboro, Va. Judy Rae Coffey Vesuvius, Va. Roger Dale Coffey Vesuvius, Va. James R. Conner, Jr. Woodbridge, Va. Mary Anne Copeland Fieldale, Va. .Ag .vis flaw E-1 5 ,,,.,. 5. . We . ..-, g we ,ee V g, . 3232 .- 'dia V 73' -v as A . fi i ,img 'VN Y gi E R . 135'- -' , ' is w ' ig 3,1 .I 4 :11. :Nz w "ff 2' ' ' RJ ,fl ' M ' . Y,-,e - ff" . 1 :-, , .gl 1 J- --- f . - Q my Q A -, :-:,.m.f-..:,,15f: . E ae. , -Fw, 'S fait 1 8.93 1 ,ig fun? v 1 Q M, TS' I x W ' W i BEE 62 "" .. f un. 1 The Freshmen Barry H. Cornwall Arlington, Va. Lewis Scott Cosby Richmond, Va. Brenda J. Cottrell Covington, Va. Charles Coughlin Richmond, Va. Mary Beth Coulter Richmond, Va. James W. Crabtree Falls Church, Va. Dennis C. Craddock Gretna, Va. Eric R. Crenshaw, Jr. Farmville, Va. Brindle D. Crockett West Chesapeake, Va. Richard N. Culbertson, Jr. Alexandria, Va. John Wesley Cupp, Jr. Lexington, Va. Elizabeth Jamison Curry Staunton, Va. Melanie Bourne Daniel Bassett, Va. Alwyn W. Davis . Tappahannock, Va. James Arnold Davis Sugar Grove, Va. Jimmie Carole Davis r Williamsburg, Va. Roy Derwood Davis, Jr. Newport News, Va. John R. Dawson Orange, Va. Charlie Tatum Deane Standardsville, Va. Keith Allen Denby Scottsville, Va. The Freshmen Tommy Denny Danville, Va. Larry F. Dickerson Ruckersville, Va. Carol Jean Dillon Hardy, Va. Sheron Kay Divers Vinton, Va. Coleman O'Neil Doss New Castle, Va. Lou Ann Dover Arlington, Va. James Franklin Drake Handsom, Va. John Michael Duggan Falls Church, Va. Virginia Lee Duke Maidens, Va. Reuben Larry Dunn Saxe, Va. Jerry Lamonte Durham Staunton, Va. Charles R. Dutton Hampton, Va. John S. Dyson Petersburg, Va. William M. Dyson III Richmond, Va. Elizabeth A. Early Roanoke, Va. James C. East II Waynesboro, Va. Sherry Lynne Eastridge Phenix, Va. William T. Edmonson Richmond, Va. Susan B. Eddins Stanardsville, Va. Donna R. Ellis Norfolk, Va. 'nt- We R I, fig. N 1 zny. + sg' . 5513 .I L Z 53-. 31,5 "ta - - Q.-1 . is-.. 1 .1-:a l . V. -.3 W. as .el FWQ X A E mm ,,e.cf,, -1- 5 1 eu' K " v ww , n 39553. M 1 :I suis 1 1' 4 H' H l ' - it , , 1 1 ' w Q A, I . , , - fin.. y X W ' ...J , . A if fe, 4 'E r. 'I 4 W MES Q sw 1 H 3551 N 'Hr- . ee, ,, ' .,., I - Rusty., me ,Qs M ,- : at M ' ' s g ' - 1 EE. , sk, . . xx, ' la: j - 4- fkwzfas ' . iq, ,-1. I 'U I l The Freshmen Carter S. Elliott, Jr. Lynchburg, Va. Susan E. Epes Newport News, Va. Barbara Ann Epling Newport, Va. Clara E. Epperly Christiansburg, Va. Kathleen R. Estep Chevy Chase, Maryland Wayne B. Ewell Nelsonia, Va. Lucy Mae Ewing Roseland, Va. Sandra Kay Fearnow Mechanicsville, Va. Norman R. Firebaugh Troutville, Va. William W. Fischer Colonial Heights, Va. Lyndall Sue Fisher Gordonsville, Va. Vicki Frances Fittin Caldwell Township, N.J Carolyn L. Fitzgerald Roanoke, Va. David Matthews Fitzgerald Chester, Va. Curtis G. Fitzhugh Gordonsville, Va. Harry Leonard Flanigan, Jr. Virginia Beach, Va. Doris Elaine Fleet Richmond, Va. Aaron R. Flinchum Snowville, Va. Thomas B. Flippin Amelia, Va. Jesse Ford Rustburg, Va. The Freshmen Terry W. Forehand Portsmouth, Va. David N. Forrest Hampton, Va. Don C. Forrest Poquoson, Va. James Sheldon Foster Blakes, Va. William P. Fraser Suffolk, Va. Harry B. Frasier Richmond, Va. Robert W. Frost, Jr. Arlington, Va. Carol Sue Fryer Arlington, Va. Catherine C. Fullerton Virginia Beach, Va. James E. Gallimore Pulaski, Va. Hugh Cabell Garland Worsham, Va. Douglas R. Gibson, Jr. Charlottesville, Va. Nancy Jo Gibson Lewisburg, W. Va. James Donald Gill Danville, Va. Oscar Linwood Gilbert III Virginia Beach, Va. James Massie Gillispie Pedlar Mills, Va. Priscilla Frances Gilmer Lochghelly, W. Va. Frances C. Givans , Chesapeake, Va. Kent Powell Glass Asheville, N. C. James Edward Goodman Craig Springs, Va. Novi. iv - V v ,3j...,.X -:Mi m 1 -: - A it v -if if-' Ere? as The Freshmen Hugh A. Goodman, Jr. South Boston, Va. Mark A. Green Buena Vista, Va. Ellen Diane Guidry Roanoke, Va. Thomas Nichols Guthrie Hampton, Va. Phillip Eugene Hager Fieldale, Va. Francis Lovell Haley Bassett, Va. Larry Dean Hall Hillsville, Va. Mary Alice Hall Christiansburg, Va. Marvin Darrell Harman Cedar Bluff, Va. Violet Louise Harper South Hill, Va. Diane Lynne Harrell Alexandria, Va. Nancy Ellen Harris Hampton, Va. Paul Lynwood Harris, Jr Richmond, Va. William Michael Harris Portsmouth, Va. Kurt Raiford Harrup Caprbn, Va. Rodney Wilson Hayzlett Arlington, Va. Jerald David Heath Hampton, Va. Brenda Lane Heilig Orange, Va. Eugene Nicholas Heltzel Newport News, Va. John Stephen Henderson Arlington, Va. The Freshmen Barry W. Hicks Hillsville, Va. Welford E. Hicks, Jr. Mechanicsville, Va. Charlotte E. Hill Lynchburg, Va. Shirley G. Hiner Hot Springs, Va. Hubert D. Hodges Rocky Mount, Va. James H. Hodges Rocky Mount, Va. James L. Hodnett Natalie, Va. Raymond E. Hogan, Jr. Lynchburg, Va. Tom Holloway Richmond, Va. John H. Holyfield Vinton, Va. Kenneth W. Horsley Gloucester, Va.. Authur W. Horton Richmond, Va. wg, 03' Us H i x A L ,M vi ,. X 1, 4. A I ' 9' QV' Q., .. H, if . . ,W . , .,..3g:gg?s-..' 1 r F -,ZW-Q J .. 1. v 3' W 3.5, I W Sf gil.. ,. fa . ,Q-an l' ag . .-aug, L,-,N Patricia F. Huffer Churchville, Va. John P. Huffman Waynesboro, Va. Thomas E. Huffman Buena Vista, Va. William F. Huffman Buena Vista, Va. Ransome N. Hundley Rocky Mount, Va. Stuart Hurd Roanoke, Va. Charles E. Hutcheson, Jr. Highland Springs, Va. Joseph L. Hutton New Castle, Va. 'E :Qi W -ii : .',.:.a , H 67 2' F: an , my wa. H wi . .,-fi, 1, l . M fi 1- J , 1 iff' W 1 m wwwuumwu "U U gs u nw H 5 rf 5,7 , H we .. w " - 'veils fn .I Y' J x W '-I ' ' . .Q "H fy - Q54 ui K' Ie' fr 'Nqgif' ni? A f ,www . 'L .5 ,Wei -'!"ffff'f5f W H g fm fi if .iriiiilixmlh A , 4 s '71 ww SX 'W' J. lv D ' ss! Y D.. 4 The Freshmen K T: 'if' 4, Ui.-.' ' iw John M. Hylton Roanoke, Va. Susan R. Ingram Richmond, Va. Larry N. Ives Big Island, Va. James C. Jamison, Jr. Boones Mill, Va. Phyllis G. Jamison Boones Mill, Va. James L. Jenkins Highland Springs, V Landon S. Jennings, Jr. Washington, D. C. Amelia J. Johnson Moneta, Va. Betty Jean Johnson Ferrurn, Va. Brenda A. Johnson Glade Hill, Va. Harry L. Johnson Richmond, Va. Lindon B. Johnson Fincastle, Va. Linwood B. Johnson Roanoke, Va. Peter Johnson Arlington, Va. Ava Joan Jones West Point, Va. Carolyn A. Jones Monore, Va. Carroll M. Jones Phenix, Va. Peggy Jones Kensington, Maryla Yvonne A. Jones Chatham, Va. Gary Stovall Joyce, Jr. Newport News, Va. a. nd The Freshmen Henry Harwood Keeton Mechanicsville, Va. Wayne Bennett Kelley Richmond, Va. Thomas Earl Kennedy, Jr. Highland Springs, Va. William Daniel King III Roanoke, Va. Michael Randolph King Victoria, Va. Lowell Layton Koontz Elkton, Va. Robert Michael Koziel Houston, Penn. Ella May Kyle Hampton, Va. William David Lamb New Castle, Va. Richard C. Langford Drakes Branch, Va. Carolyn Thomas LaPrade Rocky Mount, Va. James William LaPrade Rocky Mount, Va. Linda Marie LaPrade Rocky Mount, Va. Stephen David Layman Fredericksburg, Va. Janet Elizabeth Lindsey Bedford, Va. Charles Lee Llewellyn Chesapeake, Va. Warren Courtenay Lockridge Covington, Va. Robert Norris Lowery Tappahannock, Va. Frederick Lou Lowmiller Miami, Fla. Thomas Harris Loy, Jr. Arlington, Va. 'K' QQ 'Q' - . Lam mm K , gm L' E f P . ST s Q 5 t rr- e . 'T - . . ,u A . 1 H , iv I V J' J ? ff i . H 'Y H M 1. I , 1 . I I ' , ,..f gist mm J ' 1i,w,,,H1,,,W, , 1' :lg eww 51 V- w - -" 01 iv' W : xii? ' 2 "VZ H ,xi 1 535? M mi .-"i g, 1 A 555 , 215- F, , ie, s ,,,y,':--...,,,, , H M'.w""ll W.. in 'uf H" 'Q t gg fjj..14'..Qf uw , Emu, ,. W eq, Q- .vw -wi " - H-L. 4-5 ' as .22 x 4 -1. Baa, f. te.-x..' 1 x ml fi A i.e:-:-:- L w - J. +- - 2 -, .E F ,g ., 91 H tw" , 2: , ,H N ew n N, ggi: e w w. . "Y 1 ,f Q Uv f: . .. f H H Hg V , W' Ml af X . , 4 , H 1 1, w, if I K X: K , .- gel ff 11- . , ' " 'rf 4 4. Q 'if'Iw"'i5K"' "fin ..,. .,,.. -, w ww f--.. . 1- if-sie' 'A will H H ' fl f YJ N 1 F V 5 K ' 4 4 1 J ' va 1, L .W 1 -ef an . . 1.-L., . . i 'Mae -H1-zen W H E' iv Q Huw 5, :"'?'Wwww ui ni "' 1 'je 4 .,,. 4 .-.-. : . K? 5 Qui Jw. ,HM .w H H wmv4h"'u uw M. ,ix .. I .W -i r iii? -N --S .,...,..,. , ff, fe rr' ilff ii ' uw , .au . . ,, . u .,-:ga .., V .....:-.- .fm-.-.'.:...-..:. ww u f P , V I ea 'NUM 4. if 'MW H , L -1 . E X, I V in I J 1 H W. 1 ,IPI lv L . n 1 -- , QE i, w,f5'eq,?, ,, , H. H. M, Nagy H H fy Q., .... - 4' . - 'A '--..g- .---. uw w The Freshmen 'Eugene Luke Gainesville, Va. Benjamin S. Lusby Arlington, Va. Allie V. Maddra Petersburg, Va. Robert N. Markham Bedford, Va. Earlwin Sherwood Marshall Victoria, Va. Harriet J. Martin Fieldale, Va. Lois D. Martin Toano, Va. Mary L. Martin Arlington, Va. E' Kenneth C. Matthews Hampton, Va. E Thomas F. Matthews H ' 4"' 2 Pungoteague, Va. 9- 'V . ,, 4 Z Sandy Martz ' 2411 Broadway, Va. Barbara L. May Martinsville, Va. 1 J "' l .. . 4 1" ' ,Q r 'H P.-.Q H .xilyls , J, g, S 2 f Evil' W. Q 1 um. Ww w iw-w . 1 -,rp .. 'HW eil!" Ia 1 George E. May Martinsville, Va. Joseph C. Mayhugh Gordonsville, Va. Nancy A. McAdams Annandale, Va. Lee Roger McClay New Castle, Penn. Connie L. McCready Tangier Island, Va. Carol McLarnb Newport News, Va. Richard Lawrence McNabb Front Royal, Va. Robert B. McNutt M ml H 70 Lynchburg, Va. The Freshmen James Armistead McRae Portsmouth, Va. Nedra Carolyn Micou Williamsburg, Va. Elsie King Miller Newport, Va. Ernest William Miller Pearisburg, Va. John Franklin Miller III Port Republic, Va. Carolyn Ann Mitchell Amherst, Va. Carroll Lee Moore III Poquoson, Va. Herbert Augustus Moore Petersburg, Va. Linda Carol Moran Floyd, Va. Judy Lee Morrison Stuart, Va. Francis Wayne Mottley Burkeville, Va. Charles Edwin Mowry Grottoes, Va. Margaret Lee Naff Boones Mill, Va. Bobby Cundiff Nance Moneta, Va. Gerald Harmon Nester Pembroke, Va. Robert Lawrence Newins Sandston, Va. William Judson Newton King George, Va. Frank Craig Nicholson Elkton, Va. Churchill Cooke Noland, J Beaverdam, Va. Kay Frances Nolen Hampton, Va. I'. ,qs-is lu M is u N uw 3-f es, ' W "' "' " HHH ." F' . .fi :zj .1 '2. "W " ew X t 5? E' .ei E f 1 . if eq L xx in j g' h . W ki ,1 we v 5' T . 5 ng ,,'e1,hmgE.i, ,fling 43' 1 Q 4 mn 1 1 H - E v' g Ein ,Z Lrg: U .:. 7 ' ,M W 1 L . Karr I E ' , :Z rv: J M- . ru 4,77 131, 1 ie, - .-3 I feast- '- a W W , , , uo' n,5.t3 'ff N r N , Z t 'Q - .3-F. t A ,,w '-WL M i. H , H' '- feb W it 5? e Y war 'Q 1 ' P N fs' i 5 5 M 1 uw mm H .M 'WW in fi-.iw sg-4' L M in I 71 The Freshmen Robert W. Norris, Jr. Richmond, Va.. David A. Norford Alexandria, Va. Orrin Nunley Arlington, Va. Alfred D. Overstreet Newport News, Va. Cynthia L. Owen Petersburg, Va. Gary W. Owens Portsmouth, Va. George C. Page Dunn Loring, Va. Walta G. Parks Tangier, Va. William R. Parr Wingina, Va. Gary W. Parsley Mechanicsville, Va. Joan B. Parsley Mechanicsville, Va. Donald D. Parsons Lorton, Va. Carl S. Pates, Jr. Fredericksburg, Va. Posey Campbell Payne, Jr Pulaski, Va. Charles G. Pearson, Jr. Charlottesville, Va. Earl C. Perkins Petersburg, Va. Gerald L. Perkins Covington, Va. Christopher H. Perry Floyd, Va. Patricia Lee Peverell Salem, Va.. L. Clarence Phillips Vesta, Va. The Freshmen R. Ted Phillips Willis, Va. Howard R. Powell Covington, Va. Brenda Powers Stevensville, Va. Warren D. Price Rocky Mount, Va. Margaret L. Prillman Callaway, Va. Johnnie I. Pruitt Tangier Island, Va Joseph B. Pullen, Jr. Alexandria, Va. William E. Purks King George, Va. Benton A. Ratliff Stuart, Va. Ruth Ann Rau Roanoke, Va. Waverly G. Reames Ford, Va. Carol Anita Reed Falls Church, Va. Freddie Reekes Lawrenceville, Va. Susan Regelman Girard, Penn. Sandra R. Reynolds Newport, Va. John C. Rianhard Richmond, Va. Elizabeth B. Richards Newport News, Va. Elizabeth F. Rideout Stony Creek, Va. Marvin G. Rigney Madison Heights, V Larry M. Robertson Richmond, Va. The Freshmen John Graves Roberts Portsmouth, Va. Judy Garland Robins Deltaville, Va. John Bailey Rollins, IV Hampton, Va. Mary Faye Rose Lawrenceville, Va. Norvel White Ryan Shawsville, Va. Ashby Ross Sandidge, Jr. Lynchburg, Va. Glenn W. Schumaker Palmyra, Va. Carol Graham Schwartze Serverna Park, Md. Jay Patrick Schwertfeger Manassas, Va. Carol Scott Ferrum, Va. Ralph T. Scott, Jr. Wakefield, Va. Alton Richard Seaman Roseland, Va. Claude C. Semones Hillsville, Va. Stewart Eteridge Shaner, Jr Madison Heights, Va. Khosrov Shirmoharnmad Teheran, Iran Michael Delmar Shelton Whaleyville, Va. Eilene Carol Shepherd Gladys, Va. Thomas Wayne Shively Ferrum, Va. Garland Lewis Simmons Moneta, Va. Raymond Lee Simms Spotsylvania, Va. The Freshmen Coy Wayne Simpson Gretna, Va. Lana Jean Simpson Clifton Forge, Va. Glen Curtis Sink Rocky Mount, Va. David Michael Smith - Norfolk, Va. David Wilson Smith Staunton, Va. Gloria Allen Smith Rocky Mount, Va. John Davis Smith, Jr. Spartanburg, S. C. Kathryn Virginia Smith Alexandria, Va. Jerry David Snider Fredericksburg, Va. Emmett Berkeley Snow ii'i , J " Roanoke, Va. ' Richard Bruce Spencer Roanoke, Va. Laverne Mildred Spotts Newport News, Va. Edwin Carter Spurlock, Jr. Lewisburg, W. Va. Marshall Dale Stables Rich Creek, Va. William Clarance Stainback' Emporia, Va. Linda. Paige Stanley Rocky Mount, Va. Freelyn V. Stanley, Jr. Waynesboro, Va. Jimmy Monroe Stanley Meadows of Dan, Va. Vernon Edward Staton Buena Vista, Va. Thomas A. Stevens Stafford, Va. ,Li ,mg w nv- -u umm 1 an - -sa 2 ' if. wages fs 'f 1 . " A ,-,.- . H 5 'MW A' X ' se vi emll 11 -sf , . .M ' gi, "',. sian, i ' fc it f ill! Wwbv -the i. J L . MI'-Vx-3 -' , , H- U" 75 4? fa" ' 1' as Eva f ' P? B L. a ,Q ,nw D' 1 "ln -' , A Z wha., N if., ' 5,32 ,ua . , ' J an ,, xv wt ,H ,Q fx 'iz fn.,-I . . lf P I ., X 4 V- 0 ,H S1 E N .5 4521 5- H a 1 wa. i M F A , M53 H am n"'HQQ,H R ii K. an Num HN' W N 9' . .1 1: . --- :eva ' W , W A ' 5 fa . my ' L ,J .sei f av- ' 11'M21"' wg?.:L,W.. 4: . W e ' - iff' W T Half-lQig,V3'i evwuugti m -. -vm " .5 tw ' U H -vm xggg I., 5 A t , 'H QB 1' 'iiiiq QQ f . f, lsumwm 1, n - . . h. , gf 55, . H --, -. , .. -1 5-in :L TES' 'TEH' , , ,.,, . ,, , H , .- it me , . u i'I H H w at A ,, s Uv HH , Y , af-ia fn.-. .L , N V, Haw 1 52351- it- :E g, 5 1257 'Y in U' 431: ,gfix 'een 76 The Freshmen Larry Lee Straw Arlington, Va. Willard Lee Sullivan Hampton, Va. Guy Robert Sutphin Max Meadows, Va. Regina Virginia Sutphin Newport, Va. Susie Marie Swartz Roanoke, Va. Dave Snead Tambellini Richmond, Va. James G. Tanner Springfield, Va. Norman C. Tatum III Richmond, Va. Fred Lusby Taylor Virginia Beach, Va. Hubert Dwight Taylor Gladys, Va. Julia Neal Terrell Roanoke, Va. James William Thompson Penhook, Va. Suzanne Ruth Thompson Arlington, Va. David H. Thomas Manassas, Va. Reva Sue Thomas Rocky Mount, Va. Martin Lee Thomason Roanoke, Va. Pam Thorp Richmond, Va. Mildred Jane Thorton Chatham, Va. Diane Lee Tilley Fieldale, Va. James Edwin Tingle Alexandria, Va. The Freshmen Danny W. Turman Floyd, Va. David W. 'Furman Floyd, Va. Douglas R. Tyree, Jr. Waynesboro, Va. Richard W. Tyree Rustburg, Va. Sue Veazey Silver Spring, Md. Jack L. Wagner Chesapeake, Va. Jack F. Walker Georgetown, S. C. John R. Waterworth Radford, Va. Dan C. Watson Virginia Beach, Va. James R. Webb Hillsville, Va. John N. Webb Orange, Va. Robert R. Webb, Jr. Lawrenceville, Va, Bruce E. Welch Richmond, Va. John M. Wells Bon Air, Va. Richard T. Wessell Lexington, Va. Mary E. West Arlington, Va. Betty J. White Blackstone, Va. James R. White Portsmouth, Va. O. Raymond Whitelock Triangle, Va. Richard A. Whitver Norfolk, Va. I A Q ,as l Q V 'Em 1, W gm Ugg, ,mm Y 1, 1 ' 7 ,P assi . "sf L , a f 1 ,ca-za. 1:- G. hw, 11.1 V '. f I lat.. g . in as paving iv' Y .--pg 41:- 77 The Freshmen Paul C. Wilkins, Jr. Manassas, Va. Antoinette M. Williams Portsmouth, Va. Becky Williams Richmond, Va. Donald R. Williams Floyd, Va. Gregory P. Williamson Hampton, Va. John D. Wilson Woodbridge, Va. Raymond F. Wingo, III Richmond, Va. James D. Wood Eclipse, Va. Michael D. Wood Alexandria, Va. Ronald D. Wood Stuart, Va. Harold B. Wooten Norfolk, Va. Judy C. Wray Rocky Mount, Va. Ernest C. Wright, Jr. Evington, Va. Paula Johanna Yates Fairfax, Va. Aubrey L. Yeatts Gretna, Va. Jose Zamlut Miami, Fla. Second Semester William Bryant Newport News, Va. James W. Burton Halifax, Va. Nicolaus E. Byrne Arlington, Va. Charles A. Cox Covington, Va. R. William Cox Max Meadows, Va. William Detwiler Alexandra, Va. Henry C. Dixon Roanoke, Va. Eugene M. Fadley Mt. Jackson, Va. Richard F. Gruver Waynesboro, Va. James O. Gunter, Jr. Evington, Va. Lynn Stagg Harkins Richmond, Va. Meda Alice Hicks Bedford, Va. Donald Hollingshead Arlington, Va. Walter C. Hopkins Bedford, Va. Joseph M. Koval Warrenton, Va. Richard LaPrade Rocky Mount, Va. Judith Kay Lillard Flint Hill, Va. Gordon W. Love Atlanta, Georgia David A. Lyon Alexandra, Va. Terry Manfredi Waterloo, New York 'J W., Henry L. Martin Halifax, Va. William R. McCall Arlington, Va. James W. McCarty Boyce, Va. as V, I -K' uw - w ruff 'hx Q N A F. 'asses' ?.-ea W KN as- is -an ,A 51 'L 'V ' ' -err K- 1173 "' -I X V .4 QV "" E 1 . V W sv ' - ., . . L :spain .ma 5 41' '15- 51' 80 Harold R. Meeks Charlottesville, Va. H. Wayne Miller Vinton, Va. Lucius Merritt Roanoke, Va. Brenda D. Morris Port Republic, Va. David J. Morris Dyke, Va. William I. Morton Fieldale, Va. Joseph E. Raleigh Hampton, Va. William B. Reynolds Hampton, Va. Bobby G. Sams Millboro, Va. John A. Shaw Waynesboro, Va. Robert C. Shelor, Jr. Collinsville, Va. Stanley H. Shields Lynchburg, Va.. Alan G. Slingerland Selkirk, New York Benjamin W. Smith, J Arlington, Va. Gerald M. Sowell Lynchburg, Va. Thomas A. Spry Richmond, Va. Francis J. Stout, Jr. Fort Defiance, Va. Mary A. Swanson Callands, Va. Roy A. Tyler Richmond, Va. Robert L. Weston Skipwith, Va. 1' We bow to MISS Wood Miss F reedcz Wood A.A. Ferrum Junior College Assistant Reglstrar What would we do wlthout The The The The The The devotion knowledge patience cheerfulness keenness care. 81 z X s H X -XXL X w ,W H x -M 1 H x H x ww x H w PQ: w p X w w X wX 4 1 I ,sa 'fs fi' "W1zff'- RQ? z'. 'wif' 11, 'X .U Q-r -mn, 1 ..,! ff ff' 'W' yu -Jb Q' A Eff 5 ALA ,' ,iii 2 QT: gg ffiki , fi' """"M' nz :-: ' in 732 .:-:-M . W- 2 Qi! AM X mg: -15 . XX XXXX XX XXXXX ja 2221 'W "sew V Vfiffu 'ggggn H u,.41.N , E 'iii w w ' 'ra gf" Z 'Y M , H H. H H QM.. , x "V W 1 H , . fa , X xv H- wg: assi ,vs , 'Jxyb X -LEX: :av w w mx w 2 , rg UL, wiv -.ww-.. ,ew ff?-f luv- 1 - W' ,mo L,,, , N M , i.".-,""'i ai .5 if . Pg ': 'MQ " s- 'gn NEW - .y - .n .-mga? W- 4339511511 WM, , in I amz an on ORGgANIZATIONS I t by inature seek their, fellow semen for 'social dompanionship. Some will a-L rise as flieaders,-lothers will follow them. will organize into groups and Work ifor thategroup. Here we find the inherent emotion of man, his love' for others. With Zthisiiilin mind, wettake a look at the social side of our student life. O 1? x OG s Dj? " om v fb F1913 ' CONCERT CHOIR The Ferrum Junior College Concert Choir is a com- bined choir. Acceptance is based on competitive audition. The group went on tour twice this year, to Southern Virginia and the Eastern Shore in the first semester, and to Northern and Central Virginia in the second semester. For their church and high school audiences on the first tour they presented music for the Christmas season. The Easter portion of the "Messiah" was their offering for the second semester tour. The choir has contributed muchto our musical enjoy- ment on campus too, chiefly with their inspiring part in the Christmas pageant. Ferrum is proud of these talent- ed ambassadors of good will throughout the state. MUSIC DEPT. MUSIC? MAJ ORS QU, .', 'WI il Organ Lesson Richard Norris Barry Cornwall bf' wdkliii ww TQ. r Sophomor e Miss Sapper and the THEORY classes Freshman - O! K. ".'Xf:: 5? -Z Z lib' -r-W s ,., :A ,l 1 w-M5 - I'-.1 W nf 'WS f N we ,i .434 ggi, 751: ",4 , X4 .1 V us. W2 TE . gg, .mf ,, M.. ,,-. ANNA: ,1 A,Wfr1fgrf- I , wi Qs IM HA gg,gE5?1 W 52" Sai v Y! I 'IBM , js,s5sff 'A X 'ham :sa L ' i .1 " L I Q 'mx :us-Y . A. Z -,-.gianr ,:. E :nz A V ,gfe1"g,',g ,A na e , a 5: The focal point of our religious activities on campus is our Schoolfield Memorial Chapel. 'V 5 Y - "gee we fi Z" l W E A Sith - W ' W Religious LU? on Campus "It is only when men begin to Worship that they begin to groW." -------Coolidge. X- W 'L O O I Student C hrzstzan F ellowshz p Each Sunday evening the Student Christian Fellowship meets together in the chapel for a period of woriship, fellow- ship and recreation. The programs are planned to meet the needs of all the students. Chapel Service 'ff Each Tuesday morning the student body of Ferrum is brought together for the weekly Chapel services. Through these services our minds are channeled to spiritual think- ing of the same level as our scholastic thinking. We are taught so that We may learn and understand the Word of God better and may commune with God in our lives. 88 i . The Lje Service Band This organization is com- posed of all students planning to enter a full-time Church-related vocation. It has participated in all the important religious activities on campusg Quiet Hour during ex- amination period and during L ent- en Season, mid-week Vesper Ser- vices and prayer retreats. Fellowship teams are sent out by the Band to various churches to present the challenge of church- related vocations and to tell people about life at Ferrum Junior Col - lege. Each Wednesday evening the chimes, which were the school by the Life Service Band of 1954-55, the student to the Vesper services. These Vesper vices are planned and led entirely by the student body "Hear the tolling of a bell, the Vesper bell! We pause and reverently listen to its knell, As the sun sets in the west, All nature seems to rest, As We heed the summons of the Vesper bell". The Circuit Riders Seeking to stimulate better fel- lowship, building professional spirit, and deepening their de- votional lives, a group of Fer- rum College students joined in fo r min g the Circuit Riders Organization. Circuit Riders Gloria Burleigh Bill Burleigh George Page Charles Dinges Jim Johnson Gene Heltzel Bob White Wayne Parsley Waverly Reames Diane Harreld Nancy Bowers Chancellor Hamilton Henry Dixon Bill Morton SCF Delegates to Model U.N. Conference in Williamsburg, Va. - i-'-lunlbliri.-in :earl-1 nfniu E EF I - : M -..,.. ..., . FIELD l WORK 'hm uw The Extension Department exists for the purpose of serving the area in which the college is located. Through various services and programs the department carries out this purpose. Young people are concerned for religion and the church. And a church college should serve the churches near it. Each Sunday a group of pre-ministerial students are sent out to preach in various churches of the county. This group is known as the Circuit Riders. A number of our students workin the county church- es as teachers, religious educations directors, and musicians. The Extension Department has also participated this year in the development of a college program for ap- proved supplypastors. This program began in the Fall of 1963. In the final analysis, the Extension Department exists to serve. Dr. Blackwell talks with field workers. Wifi W it lull-V wt 'MWQ H. 3552! ew it W 6 I A ,, Red Valley VXCG. Q Ser a 111019 Returnillg- from .47-e"Z"5K' 1. . - . 1 E W Aww ...LHwillWwigmMy it M J W1 W M , Chuck Dinges and Jim Johnson College Program for Approved Supply Pastors In September of 1963, FerrumJunior College instituted a col- lege program for approved supply pastors. The program came into being out of the college's desire to provide approved supply pastors the opportunity to further their education in order to be- come better trained to serve their pastorate. This year, ten Methodist pastors and one Brethern pastor have enrolled in this program. A maximum enrollment of thirty is anticipated in the next two years. The ages of the men run from thirty to forty-seven. Some of them have children who are in col- lege. I came to Ferrum in hopes of entering a Religious Vocation. Inthe first weeks of school, I learned of the Extension Department and its purposes to serve the needs of the local area in various ways. First the Extension Department has a program of adult educa- tion. It offers college courses for adults and in that way the col- lege brings the community into the school. On the other hand, the Circuit Riders, a group of Pre-Ministerial students preach in various churches of the county. This has been a busy and rewarding year for the Circuit Rid- ers. Each Sunday morning a team goes out to preach and fill the order of worship for various churches. Last November a group of us went to work with the Pastor at the Patrick Springs church in the Sunday evening worship services. This work is valuable to us as well as the community. It gives us an insight into what a religious vocation requires and has given me experience in speak- ing, and leading a congregation in their worship services. Through my service in the Extension Department I have been able to see how the community and the student can benefit from this work. I am grateful for this opportunity to serve. A Circuit Rider Wwmu Ferrum from the beginning has fulfilled the faith and hope of its founders in large number of boys and girls from practically every cove and hamlet of Virginia mountains, who have found in its halls wonderful op- portunity for Christian life training. Quote: The Ferrum Booster January 1926 "Gradu- ates of Ferrum Training School, who are Missionaries. PEARL HALL, who lived in the mountains of Patrick Co., was an orphan without money. She was converted and called to be a missionary while a student at this school. She offered to go to any mission field and was sent to Mexico in Oct. 1924. She is at Montery Mexico. DORA ARMSTRONG, was called to be a missionary at this school, was accepted by the Board of Missions and sailed for Africa June 4, 1925. She is at Wembo Niame, Africa. NELLE SPIVEY, took the full course at Ferrum, graduated at the Woman's Hospital, Phil. and is now working as a private nurse. HELEN RENICK graduated at Ferrum. Her call to mission work came while she was at Ferrum. Seven boys are preparing to be Missionaries. ROY PRICE, from the mountains of Franklin County, called to be a missionary at Ferrum, expects to go to China early in 1926. CLIVE THORTON, converted and called to mission work at Ferrum, in one more year will be ready for the mission field as a medical missionary. His expenses are being paid by a friend of Ferrum. ALBERT HENDREN, first honor graduate, called to mission work at Ferrum. ROSS NEWMAN, from Hillsville, converted and called to mission work at Ferrum. MOIR RICKMAN, is preparing to be a medical mis- sionaryg his expenses are being paid by a friend of Ferrum School. Eight of our boys have joined the Va.Conference. They are ROY JARRETT, LUTHER DERBY, HERBERT LANDRUM, CECIL MORGAN, IRA AUSTIN, MASON ARMISTEAD, CONRAD BLACKWELL, and GEORGE POWELL. FRANK HURT, is an A.B. of Washington and Lee and A.M. of the U. Va. taught science at Ferrum. Many of them received their call to Christian Work at Ferrum. Probably most of them would never have entered college but for Ferrum." 0 C3cf0Qsf1k:' 012 of 1 oczezy The Scholastic Honor Society of Ferrum Junior.College was inaugurated in 1957. Membership in the Scholastic Honor Society is one of the greatest honors bestowed upon a student. To be eligible for membership, it is neces- sary to have maintained an average of 2.00 during the freshman year and 2.50 during the first semester of the sophomore year. In addition, no grade may be below "C" and not more than one "C" is allowed in the freshman year. Only diploma candidates carrying a full course of study may be considered for membership. . MEMBERSHIP Shirley Rigney Ann Melton Linda Sullivan Sylvia Smith J ulia Hollan Kathleen Hylton Shirley Horsley Jimmy Thomas Betty Hamlett Wavne Purcell Alumni Betsy McBride William David Betty Bussey Mitchell Bowman Norman Jean Conard Anne Galloway Elizabeth Smith Herbert Wray Ralph Lindsay, Jr. 1962 Rebecca Brammer Rebecca Carr Grey Lawson Janet Slone Virgil Thompson 1963 Ruth Gaye Cradclock Elizabeth Prillaman Joyce Tosh Sophomore 1 964 Glnria .Tean Nester MEMBERS 1964 Wayne Alphin Nancy Black Julia Carpenter Marilyn Colvin Henry Gianniny Kenneth Green Roy Hill Bill Leatherman Gloria Nester Stephen Robinson Robert Slavek H 75- 75 efa a a In June 1962, Ferrum Junior College gained its, charter from Phi Theta Kappa National Y 555 Honorary Society, Phi Theta Kappa is a recognized honorary scholarship society whose object is to promote scholarship, to develop character and to cultivate fellowship among the students of both sexes in the Junior Colleges of the United States. The name desig- nated for our chapter is Mu Zeta. To be eligible for membership, a student must be of good moral character, possess recognized qualities of citizenship, maintain a "B" aver- age, and be in the upper ten per cent of the student body. x ' U it u we ,A :ar , . A ' ,.- , ,-1 'K :,','. ','., ' 071. EH ,. , V ,- b C45 - A ri , fg ZF .1 1 -. 2L."'i4',.:- , ,W A ,,,,,.,,.,. M. n jzaarsfaf Jimmy Davis Carolyn Thompson Rita Keith David Akers Linda Corkurn Buddy Shively Mary E. Kuchar Gary Ligon . ' A ' e dos swu5"" naive UL 's wwe vw V- .,.:::v I- v. , ,, :? 3 ' ,QL , W S9 , 11,9059 underfi S pro iation 15 co 'gudetlt'-5 an dinterests a tg' 5 J Qfff,,,, -fr . IXASSOC Ives the S iuuesxan a nt Educmo s. E- A' 51 des 0'ePab1 A STUDENT 1' an s- ciiifffonal educator ED U CA TI ON A SS 0 CIA TI ON ART CL UB Steve Dyson President John Oberlin Diane Kelly Vice President Sec.-Treas. . g?'zzc7'! , L N Purpose: To help to in attractive poster promote an interest - . , s ln vlsual opportumty on an extlfg ilslpport of the activities digg and Promote a quality and t gamzed basis. rrlcular basis for Stildent 22, and art program To Off S yle S ' . ' 91' an o practlce techmques on an or I H V31 This club is com- posed ofthe agricul- tural students of Ferrum Junior C01- lege. We take field trips, have picnics, invite outside speak- ers, and discuss to- pics of importance in the field of agri- culture. SIGMA KAPPA SCIENCE CL UB m 4 P 1 L l I Robert Slavek F President Roger Jenkins Vice President V.. ,, Betsy Seibel Sec . -Treas . 1-q,.,4za We the members of the Sigma Kappa Science club of Ferrum Junior College are here to promote an interest in and an undertstanding of the scientific fields. Our motto is, "In science lies the future of man." As the club project, we are attempting to improve the physical ap- pearance of our college campus. Brenda, Crosby . , .... President Mr. Maxey ...... . . Sponsors B111 Miller . . . . Vice President Miss Richardson Linda La Prade . . . . .Sec.-Treas. 96 LANGUAGE CLUB Chairman ..... . .Don Carwile Vice-Chairman , . . . . Mike Wines Sec.-Treas. . . . . . Pete Johnson Parliamentarian . . . . Larry Allen YO UN G EP UBLICA President: Jerry Felts Secretary: Ray Whitelock Treasurer: Steve Jennings Sponsor: Mr. Newcomer W N 1 I W X L HUMANIST E, Sergeant-At-Arms ....... Larry Allen Sponsors ...... . . Mr. Morris Mr. Dail The main aim of the Young Republican Club is to makebetter citizens of its members through a better knowledge of our government. 97 lk, ' I Pres. - Sandy Martz V. Pres. - Bucky Cahoon Sec- ' Tlbby EPPSTIY Treas. - Flo Bleakley Chaplain - Nancy Bowers Sponsor - Mrs. B The W. A. A. is a student organization designed to promote increased particpation in Ferrum's athletic program. The function of the W. A. A. includes such activities as folk dancing, individual and team games. The W. A. A. works with the physical education department and the Director of Act' 't' ' 1v1 ies on campus. This year s W. A. A. has an enrollment of thirty-two girls. Mrs. Brown, Director of Woman's Athletic department on campus serves as the only sponsor of the W. A. A. THE 4-H ALUMNI CL UB The 4-H Alumni Club is an organ- ization of young people who are outstanding in 4-H Club work. They are interested in helping others through service. Phyllis Altice, Jimmy Goodman, Clark Jamison, David Lamb, Betty Shel- ton and Glenn Sink represented Ferrum at the Mid-Winter State 4-H All Star Conference held at Natural Bridge. To beco me a member of the 4-H All Star organ- ization is the highest honor a 4-H member can achieve. 7 Aw? VARSITY CLUB Pres. - Joe Philpott V. Pres. - Tom Pope Sec.-Treas. - Jim Maitland R. Wade, C.Langford, F. Palmer, J. Maitland, G. Stuphin, D. Akers, J. Philpott, B. Clark, Coach Evans, T. Pope, R. Ramsey, B.Leatherman, R. Simms, C. Coughlin, E. Witt, Coach Norton, P. Sandidge, R. Webb, T. Denny, R. McClay, G. Glenn, B. Steinback, J. Davis, B. Prillaman. 1 Wu Wieani , W 1 19711 "Hvi.sfu!l1 M endif w ge 5. mi.. ,N ,l' David Lamb .... .... P resident Page Moran ..... . . Vice President Jimmie Carol Davis . . . Sec.-Treas. 99 s M 24 ,-.W H fi .. xl. -wa ,. . WLS" aw:-1 SA NDRID GE ,SADDLERS The Sandridge Sad- dlers sponsored by Dean Sandridge has prospered as a school club this past year. The members have shown much enthus- iasm for the care and handling of horses. The club attends horses auctions, views film on different breeds of horses and has trail rides. i'f'fEgl?C . 'N f :g,, 'l 1! THE BIG SISTERS? Officers: President . . - - Ju1iaCarpenter Chaplain . . ..... Mary Donald Vice Pres. . - - - Martha Sheets Reporter. . . . Whitney McClanan Secretary . . . . .Joanie Tisdale Sponsors. , ,,,, Dr, C1-0531111 Treasurer . . . . Bucky Cahoon Mrs. Sites The "Big Sisters" Club of Ferrum Junior College is an organization which has as its goal the promo- tion oi student welfare on the campus. The club, through its members, displays a continuous effort to provide helpful services for people who are willing and who are trying to help themselves. Among the many activities and projects, the Big Sisters have participated in Religious Emphasis Week, in sponsoring movies, record hops, the Christmas Dance, local bake sales and have assisted in other ' school activities. 4. +f.- 4114.1 .t,. ., 2 . as. . . 1 1 A 1 1 , 1 1 111, ..r, 1. 1 ,C , ,r,1,, .,1,,. , 1 1 1 .. L 1 1 1 figs We A15 . - ra 1... 4... A, L W 1 STANDING: Curtis Coulthard, Jerry Lewis, Leitch Lancaster, Carol Scott, Charles Earhart, Gloria Nester, Lowell Koontz, David Akers. SEATED: Dr. Crosslin, Jane S. Green, Gary Ligon, Robin Pearman, Dean Glass THE STUDENT GOVER ME G9-1'YLi80I1 . . ..... President Jane S. Green . . . .Vice-President Robin Pearman . . . . .Sec.-Treas, The Student Government of Ferrum Junior College was established in 1955. It is based on ideals of living and to advance Christian principles on which our col- lege was founded. All students of Ferrum Junior Col- lege are members of the Student Government Associa- tion. Through participation in the organization, the students learn to exercise their democratic rights by electing the officers and representatives who work in their interest. The members of the Student Council are the pres- ident, the vice-president, and the secretary-treasurer which are elected by the entire student body, one re- presentative elected from each dormitory, one repre- sentative elected by each academic class, one repre- sentative elected by the day students. There are three faculty advisors chosen. Ex-officio members are the president and the academic dean of the college. l Dormitolfy is Councils Gloria Nester . . . Gloria Nester . . . Diana Harreld .Rel. Life Rep. Hall Advisors . . . Beverly Cahoon Florine Bleakley Ella Mae Kyle Judy Brown Nancy Allen Mary Rose Barbara May Resident Counselor- Mrs. McKenzie Susannah Wesley H all . . Pres. f' SGA Rep. A Roberts Hall H5 . , , z ., Carolyn Thompson Jane Syndey Green Ann Youngblood . Hall Advisors . Carolyn Mitchell Linda Leadbetter Pamela Brown ................Pres. . . . . . .V. Pres. . . .Rel. Life Rep. 102 Sandra Fearnow J 0 Ann Adhern Mary Beth Coulter Roberta Bryan Virginia Dixon Resident Counselor- Mrs. Shaffer Chapman Hall Torn Denny .... Leitch Lancaster . Wayne Parsley . . Mel Shockley. . . James Ramsey Martin Thomason Chancellor Hamilton Resident Counselor- Mrs. Winton John Wesley Roy Hill Pres David Akers SGA Rep Robert Wlute Rel Life Rep Jim Bennett MOH1tOfS Ray Wade James Bailey Resident Counselor Mrs. Eggleston THE IRO BLAD vol' 9' No- 3 Ferrum Junior College, Ferrum, Virginia January 15 Y M TTT ' . ' if L11 The Iron Blade During the 1963-64 school year, the IRON BLADE has tried to reflect the student life of Ferrum Junior College. The paper has been most Valuable as a. medium through which students express their ideas creative- ly. At the same time, the staff editors and writers gained some insight into the realm of form and style in journalism. The IRON BLADE is a member of the Associated Col- legiate Press. 1 .,-.-.1 ' l T ., sem., "'V':'-' , A11 ' 1P4"- -1 '-' . ,I , Joanie Tisdale . Gloria Nester . Lockett Garnett Lynn Harkins . Roy Tyler . . . Roger Coffey . Guy Nirenberg. Judy Wray ..... . . . Ricky Culbertson . . . . . . . .Cartoonist Norman Tatum .... News Staff . . . Feature Staff. . . Sports Staff . . Faculty Advisors U, , ,wg-W ., -N - F, . C STAFF . . Editor-in-Chief . . .Managing Editor . .Business Manager . ..... News Editor . . Feature Editor Sports Editor . . . Photography Editor Fashion Editor Circulation Manager . Connie McCready Louise Stump Mildred Thornton . . . Bonnie Baker Hugh Eaton Ella Mae Kyle Joe Count Sandbank . . Terry Forehand Lu Merritt Mike Shelton Miss Lolene Hodges Mr. James Angle E' - - I saw in i 'ugwig '?"::- Y-'Q-my-1 , W, ,. ,, -ta, rw. ., i ' rf ig W ,.. ,.,... - THE BEACON The 1964 BEACON is now a tangible ob- ject, and the many tasks connected with mak- ing it your book are just memories. As Ferrum has progressed and expanded, The Beacon has beenno idle on-looker. It has grown froma small junior college annual into the larger yearbook of its collegiate brothers. Now that the work is done, we can stand back and look at the book complete. We leave the 1964 Beacon with you for whom it was created with hope that the memories enfolded in these pages will remain with you in the years to come. BEACON STAFF Co-Editors. . . . . Whitney McClanan Associate Editors Religious Life Music Editor . . Sports Editor . . Photography . . Typist . . Art . Business. . . Photographer . . Sponsor ..... Betsy Seibel Claude Slate . Lyndall Fisher Sherry Eastridge . Richard Norris . Stuart Townes . . Page Moran Susie Swartz Lenny Flanigan Vicki Bassemier Judy Coffey Mildred Thornton . . . Rita Keith Diane Kelly . 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Awell-developed stu- dent is one 'mentilly ind physically alert. 1 1 1, 1 -1, 1 L fe 2 11 31 11 .. jg, 1 1 11, '11, ' 511111 1 11 1 1 egg 11 11.3511 1 1 W1 1 , 11,11 ' 11 1-.11 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 im 1 'E in 1 w11"" H ' e11 1 t43NI' 1E' e 1913 it E? s X 1' t t 2, 1111 11111 I 1111 '111e t FRONT ROW: S. Shifflett, F. Palmore, J. Jensen, G. Wyrick, C. Craddock, R. Marge, D. Sink, B. Stainback, B. Huffman, D. Holsclaw, L. Hall, G. Sutphin, O. Timberlake. SECOND ROW: R. Ramsey, H. Moore, R. Seaman, J. Dunaway, R. McC1ay, R. Webb, J. Bennett, G. Joyce, R. Tyree, B. Clear, J. Wells, J. Canada, K. May, W. Price. THIRD ROW: Manager J. Johnson, Coach H. Norton, J. McRae, R. Koziel, R. Campbell, D. Hodges, D. Dudley, E. Scupp, R. Fletcher, T. Pope, V. Staton, H. Keeton, J. Ramsey, Coach G. McPherson, Coach G. Evans, Jr. The Panthers of 1963 came back after a dismal start to take second place honors in Region 10 behind Cowan. Fumbles, a new offense, and a lack of cohesion in of- fense gave the Ferrum squad a bad time in the early season. A bright spot in the season was the consistent outstanding performance of the defensive squad. In late October the Panthers suddenly jelled and upset Lees McRae 36 to 1.3 at Banner Elk. The following Saturday, Gardner Webb fell before the rebounding Ferrum squad 13- 7. It takes a good team to come back and the 1963 team did just that. 5"-fmrgf , 7 FOOTBALL Ferrum Ferrum Ferrum Ferrum Ferrum Ferrum Ferrum Ferrum The Panthers 1963-64 Record 0 Guilford 14 Catawba 7 Mars Hill 6 Wesley 0 Potomac State 0 Chowan 36 Lees McRae 13 Gardner Webb - .4q1 Bonnie Baker Kay Nolen Linda Corkum Jane Beadles Nancy Harris ' Robyn Pearman Jamie Curry ."?'1Ik CH EERLEA DER BASEBALL ,u i es L . . ,A ,V ., H . s - f .Qi -mini. ' 1 1 , Q T52- Coach Evans says: "Potential has never won a game before. We must play the caliber of baseball that we are capable of playing. If everyone gives 1002, there's no tell- ing how far this group can go. We will need to get every- thing from everybody and all I can say is that this will be an interesting season." 113 The outlook for the 1964 baseball sea- son looks very bright. The Freshman should prove a great asset in holding down the outfield, infield and pitching duties which will be greatly needed. Together with the returning Sophornores we will have a well balanced team. 1 . . gd F61 BA SKE TBA LL With four returning lettermen leading the way and exceptional bench strength from the freshman, the Fer- rum Panthers have ,closed out another fine basketball season. The highlight of the year was the Hargrave Invita- tional Tourney. The Panthers came through in grand style, winning the coveted lst place trophy by defeating Danville Technical Institute in the first round and sound- ly trouncing their host, Hargrave Military, in the finals. In addition to the team's effort, Panther pivot-man, Butch Prilliman, was selected as the outstanding play- er of the Tournament and also as honorary captain of the All-Tournament Team. Congratulations Butch! In the CTJ CC Tournament, the Panthers won one and lost one. In the first round FJ C pushed first seed- ed Louisburg to the limit before bowing to 83-77. It was a real close game all the way. In the consolation round, the never-say-die FJC "Team" bounced back withadecisive victory over National Business College, Ferrum Junior College throwing caution to the wind, and playing an aggressive 3-1-1 press, routed National Business College 96-73. All conference honors went to our middle man, Butch Prillaman. Butch was injured in the Louisburg game and was unable to play in the seasons final. Bill Leatherman came through in grand style and made his last game for the Panthers one to be remembered. In addition to playing a fine floor game, rebounding well, Leatherman poured 35 points throughthe loop. His per- formance netted him an all-tournament spot. Congrat- ulations Bill! The team probably deserved a better fate than the record indicated, losing four of the eight games by two points or less. In summing up the season, Coach Evans said, "It has been a good year. It would extremely dif- ficult to pick out any one man or one factor for special credit. This has been a good year." . K- ' Q- ...E 1.7 NI ,ff 12 ,-3 .ff , , , ziifzzsm ,- ,. l'Tii'T8 -K M 1, 1 Qi Qzggggf kj Q 'M S552 , , , , -is ,,, 'H , W"m"wiQf ,V S, if V13 3 x 5. 43 X, T 51 W 1' X 1 K Q R 5' f -23. j, m QL , , we ff' N? 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Q ' 'm'Qjf:9Ff'f ' .Q- . ..,,., N sie e , 1' .r , ,,aWT,,'f:sf5:.1n.,f1d2 .,1',,i1Rmnk:n1Q1g'P:Zn'f,Mi??f"1n2.-J.. mufll Library Laundry N, 2 -,Q .2 -f':""?! Mrs. Johnson irons shirts. , 419:-Y' THU E WHO ERVE Lim . N.. 5 . ', 'Vrx ,-A -, :zx,Y,-6 2' V :Fug g, ,- 1 fi -f 'G-1.n,5: , .. nn.- .. ,. N . , - M W 2: S .-.QQ L ,., -,-w 1 J' , mf W.. hh. , W Nw .xp ,WM ., -,H , , 5 3: 15. 'Vg-S gf W rf- 1? W Y 3-,X 3 , if T 2 Y, 4. -x., Mr. Shelton helps. May we help you! ! w I H 1 W qu !'wM,Qh, 3 Plenty of room in the new cafeteria, Snack bar 2 - N 1 ll ' ' A Qii..n"f'W57 E W v K' 7 ' L ' 5524" ,. ' .l H" Nagy. " M 1'0s,,glWl,"' swag Convocation Day Mrs. Taylor and her helpers. A The Kitchen Workers Mrs. Ruby Newbill . . . . .Salad Mrs. Henretta Gibson Mrs. Meidith Mt. Castle. . . Souper Mrs. Hazel Shively Joe Edwards .......... Chef Joe Mattox ...... Assistant Chef Bobby Law. . . ..... V egetable Benny Mattox . . . Assistant Baker 1 sf' EDITORS' d OTE Silent presses know the answer To that annual bequest But the damage is quite over, sir, And the editor must rest. Too late for excuses now It was worth the tryg No time for a mistakeless vow The ink is quite dry. Complain elsewhere if you will, Errors are not quite fung Kindly swallow that bitter pill The editor is quite done. And so you have completed a hasty glance through the pages of our 1964 Beacon. You have seen your school's past, present, and future of which you have been a part. It is a sincere hope that you have enjoyed this story of your year at Ferrum as we have done our very best to present it to you. We hope that the Beacon will be a meaningful keepsake in your home and that you will always take pride in your school and all that it stands for. We the annual staff wish to express our deepest appreciation to: the administration, faculty, and students for your cooperation and encouragement in preparing your book-- The 1964 Beacon. isa' TO CUR ADVERTISERS The 1964 Beacon expresses its appreciation to the following business concerns, whose interest and co-operation have helped to make possible the publication of this our yearbook of Ferrum College. The editors and the business managers respectfully urge that the friends of the College examine the advertisements of these firms and individuals, and callupon them for service at every pos- sible opportunity. 49 X PORTRAIT and COMMERCIAL t PHOTOGRAPHERS Alton B. Parker, Prop. 11-A CHURCH AVE., S.W. ROANOKE, VA. Yearbook Photographer "The Beacon" - 8a School PHONE DI 5-7967 - DAY OR NIGHT N1 00 "":1!,, lu!11l'Q'i.,, ' 5 'ii u- .X-Y.-w z: - 1 ffl X 1 0- va 6 -.-, k ...in if A' 'vfmuhxo QM w,1,,N"v,-x v , ,E l, ,, N ,, A Friendly Place to Meet and Eat THE PANTHER ff J TQ ' ee f The Management of The Panther Wishes To Congratulate The Graduating Class of '64 And Wishes For Them The Very Best In The Years To Come. A Christian College for Men and Women LYNCHBURG COLLEGE Ly Q 1, Church Related - Co-Educational aff. ,W . T115-if Fully-Accredited Quality Liberal Arts Program at J-.gg-34' fag ,Egg N NRL" 'CL W Small College Atmosphere LKQ 557,46 'www few 5 Granting B A and B.S. Degrees 'Z "'L 1 at J? Q vi ' 'Si gpm 'LMWLWWMMWWWI tyggtzfagrfgyqf 5 F .':'vY"x 4 '. ""' 'V 'J "uw ,...' Inn. 1', j.f-v.. of T-2-I-,f'f.j' MP'-'gr' -' - ',',.""jJF" ' ,g,,,w-,fyg',h,-,Furs -tn.-.,,' ,ew 'n-. 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' 1 , ll ' J -. my iilrli 'E'mi7"! 91: " FA I f Y X A X ' V " i mg 'fr A if f -1'?"lN wwf 9' C 14593 F A at ...N r 6 " ,-WJ" ' hu iigfgji t fiiilis v ,. ,, -fra --"-Mi: H m, , 55.9,q-mvtzirw' it " W W " ,, -..., 'qu--w-fmwwmr. vat r X 1 m ay sf M' sal 'WJYW i 'W B f'7Y,5tJJ 4,F9l4x:lN Z9 li i' 3,34 . . as Jw PM for enrollment information in "' .ri Write CM . . . yi, in Director of Admissions H Lynchburg College an Lynchburg, Virginia -4 -. v 1 ,L M' sim 'QTL' I c A H3392 5, ' If ' gf w- .- 25.51 aw A ww: ws. .V g,x:g?ggagM,,v,- '- A ,,, " H , ,m1.gwn4, .' V ., n.. s o,i1'Mg , fi' 221 f ' 0' , ,,,.1m..,.M ,. r 2355-,Quik jgafjwzuggwys RAN DOLPH-MACCDN COLLEGE 1830 1964 Ashland, Virginia An accredited liberal arts college for men with a national reputation for the success of its graduates. S. m .. , ' "fit ,, lf- ' ' ww 1 - 1t,l'f'f-,sm ww Y W lu ,.. A A m :W ,. in , fame W, y M Wt X ,wt is M V l 1 w I w Information may be secured from William A. Robertson, Jr. Registrar and Director of Admissions Compliments of STANLEY-RAMSEY FGRD SALES Compliments of FERRUM VENEER CGRPORATION Ferrum, Virginia Compliments of ANGLE PLANT ll-If ll' ll' ll' ll' ll- It ll' ll- ll' If X-ll' wx-:+A-1++ 2 gk? 2? 252. 2 555 0 saga' : 5' Cn Q :flex-11-IH' li-if 11' 11' 11' ll' if ll' ll- ll' ll' ll- 11-If Rocky Mount, Virginia FERRUM GARAGE Your Chevrolet Dealer Since 1928 New and Used Cars Chevrolet Corvette Chevy II Corvair And Chevell Guy W. Nolen Owner Phone 365-2176 Day 365-2331 Night Ferrum, Virginia Compliments of FERRUM DRUG CO Phone EN 5-2201 Ferrum, Virginia THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A Complete Banking Service Your Business Appreciated Member Federal Deposit Insurance Co TP and Federal Reserve System Phone EN 5-2161 Ferrum, Virginia oration YOUNG'S GROCERY 81 HARDWARE Phone 601 Ferrum, Virginia Compliments of I I 77 RESTAURANT" Fine Food "Panther' s Rendezvous" Ferrum, Virginia Compliments of T. A. FLORA Ez CO. Boones Mill, Virginia 9 5 Compliments of CARL'S BARBER SHOP Carl Shively- Owner "If We please you, tell your friends, if not, tell us!" Ferrum, Virginia CLEMENTS MACHINERY SALES Your Authorized Ford Tractor Dealer W, " '1-- New and Used Farm and Industrial Machinery I rrrr I R k M t A OC Y Gun I rrrrrr if ud,uu . or 'V,W :W W1I'tZ, Va, I I Phone A f Rocky Mount Va BUY SELL OR TRADE HUdSOn 3-4671 HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALON FRANKLIN MOTEL Air-Conditioned - Beauty-Rest HU 3-9683 Lf .'iA I Matresses - Television , , , 'NIUE Wan - To - Wall Carpet Rocky Mount, Virginia Mr. Sz Mrs. M. C. Martin-Mgr. PATTERSON CLEANERS I ' Phon5nHIU51Etcgn232b9962 AND LAUNDRY " P. O. Box 248 5 Miles North of Rocky Mount, Va. ROCKY MOUNT, VA- FRANKLIN GROCERY AND GRAIN CORP. ,, Wholesalers - Manufacturers - Distributors .ffm Il. , , Virginia' S L .ii-V., Most Modern Wholesale Grocery Warehouse Institution Foods Custom - Made Feeds Rocky Mount,Virginia Bruce V. Reid, Mgr. MARTIN J Compliments of Tel. HU 3-5265 EWELRY COMPANY, INC. Jewelers and Diamond Merchants Rocky Mount, Virginia "Your J ewe1er" Compliments of VIRGINIA OFFICE SUPPLY INC. Wher MAIN Sz COURT STREETS e customers send their Friends PHONE 483-5195 ROCKY MOUNT, VIRGINIA ' M 7 ' V ii + k y Everything Good To Eat Rocky Mount, Virginia Compliments of ANGLE HARDWARE Compliments of MONTGOMERY HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. COMPANY Phone HU 3-5270 Dial 211 Rocky Mount, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia J. L. PERDUE LUMBER CO. Cpl tf ROCKY MOUNT MOTORS, INC. "Your Ford Dealer Since 1914" Building Materials - Cement - Paint Mortar Mix Dial HU-3-9981 Rocky Mount, Virginia Modern Garage and Repair Shop 805 Franklin Street Rocky Moimt, Virginia WYTI "WHITEY RADIO" 1570 on your dial First-Finest-Foremost in Franklin County W O D Y "WOODY RADIO" 900 on your dial The Station Listeners Choose in Henry and Patrick Counties Philip Powell, Owner Phone HU 3-9951 P. 8m P. PRODUCE AND SUPER MARKET Fresh Meats and Produce Complete Line of Groceries Rocky Mount, Virginia +9000 ROW 'QVDOQQ REMOVABLE Ll F Q Lox DOUBLE HUNG ROYAL CASEIW E NT RENIOVABLE HIGH LITE GLIDER 5 QUALITY wooo ,W ,ggi aff? Q K gf l WINDOW UNIT xx w I u imlgighwwllyk 5 7 ,. 1 4,1 0 " a g u a ! 'fp 'I-.gli , lmll,-A Q' 755 , ,w iwtffaff' M, ' sw nfmht "5 v i 2 ff- a au Y t ff., l H 51151 "Sire Il. WG? 4,3 , ,, M. ,si HMB I N MW Our Compliments To The Students And Foculty of Ferrum Junior College The most valuable asset our nation can have to meet the challenge of its future is a well educated citizenry. May you enjoy every success in your endeavors to this end. AMERICNS f U' rmfst wmnnws... ROCKY MOUNT Vln PHONE IIUUSO I 5206 Manufacturers of Millwork Distributors of Builders Supplies PRE-PLANNED - PRE-CUT HOMES OF CHARACTER ,NC Your Best Buy MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS A Home By Jagggrgafgveft CONTINENTAL HOMES, INC Boones Mill, Va. Telephone Federal 4-3331 Boones Mill, Virginia Phone 483- 5759 X I Q Rocky Mount, Va. X x X af '50 -' voua -musuna cum' or mm 'gp aa? FRANKUN smear W nocxv MOUNT, VA. Watch Repair - Diamond setting and engraving Your Treasure Chest of Fine Gifts in Rocky Mount. Dress SL Sport Shirts Manhatten Suits, M G B tan 500 ifufifffr NASH-LATIMER MEN'S SHOP Patlm Bleach Rocky Mount's Exclusive Men's Store Rocky Mount, Virginia Shoes: Bostonians Top 100 tunes Albums by famous artists MUSIC MART 182 Franklin Street Rocky Mount, Virginia Stereos and record players q Mrs. L. Angle, Owner BRAMMER'S 5c TO 31.00 STORE "Self service for your shopping ease" 143 Main Street Rocky Mount, Virginia ROCKY MOUNT FLORIST, INC FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION Dial HU 3-5547 jx II. .. Rocky Mount, Virginia "IT PAYS TO SHOP" C0 X DAVIDMAN DEPT. STORE Main Street Rocky Mount's Fastest Growing Dept. Store FRANKLIN WELDING 8m EQUIPMENT COMPANY For the finest in farm machinery and service Ca11HU 3-5565 Rocky Mount, Virginia ANGLE 81 COMPANY, INC. Since 1887 Rocky Mount, Virginia Compliments of WEBSTER MARINAS DEALER Lone Star Boats and Trailers 2IOI0IOk1IOIf Evinrude Motors Phone 3-9554 Rocky Mount, Virginia Your Best Place to Shop 5-10 BEN FRANKLIN 5-IO Rocky Mount, Virginia Compliments of DAVIS, DAVIS 8. DAVIS Attorneys at Law Rocky Mount, Virginia R66-o bo .lv Q -, I Q S2 N Ill ll Compliments of RIVERSIDE DAIRY HUGH'S SNACK BAR "Place to meet, to eat." DiStI'ibU'C01' Of PLENTY OF PARKING Dial HU 3-9180 SEALTEST DAIRY PRODUCTS Dial HU 3- 5252 Rocky Mount, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia Phone HU 3-6151 . Mrs. Pearl D. Davis - Manager Compluments of ROCKY MOUNT HOTEL SMORGASBORD O11 Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday Rocky Mount, Virginia Compliments of ROCKY MOUNT JEWELRY Watch Repairing of the Finest Quality-All Work Guaranteed Everett J. Stanley Rocky Mount, Virginia Wg PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK ROCKY MOUNT, VIRGINIA We are proud of many things throughout Franklin County. On top is the FERRUM JUNIOR COLLEGE, one of the finest Institutions, not only in Franklin County, but throughout the state of Virginia. It is doing a marvelous work. Good Luck to Ferrum all down the line. 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Box 391 Phone: NA 9-2687 BASSETT, VIRGINIA S SL H Green Stamps SERfTf1Efffff1fff f"rf,f?ZIffL1ffI3ffVScfL.E. fQOfffZi'ZCLif2p Conzfzamgzf, Una. Contractors Plumbing - Heating - Sheet Metal - Air Conditioning - Institutional Sz Industrial Dial FOrest 9-4776 w w., ALTAVISTA, VIRGINIA - ,-'WX 3 ' :Qfl!QSIAIQl- 'U ' 1 ,..gg5gfR,,,ic'f.,g P. O. Drawer 591 420 Seventh Street 1 it if p 3 'f X" ' 4 IF fu: mrguv r g ,F I 2 ' + ,C -1 ,I n ... . ' mv 'PP' STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS FERRUM JUNIOR CCLLEGE BOCDK STORE Books Refreshments School Supplies College Clothing Official College Rings and Jewelry Manager: Mr. James Toler A ,gy-' Q. I. V 1wm,i:h, -al 4 fs 'B-ff" --r Km ..- I n.I.54,, 2' -ha, VR, 35 . bf . N... wgg ,i ,, Q - , iw. . N5'2i:.':r I I I I I I I I T wi UM 'Y' as Qw- 1,f'4s-1-yr if 4' ffm 5 If Aisff '-'S I I I , .--Ip I I I I I I I I I I I if DIRECTORY SECOND YEAR STUDENTS Ahern, Jo Anne, 1517 Westbury Street, Richmond, Va. Akers, David Ronald, Route 4, Box 408, Bassett, Va. Allen, James Larry, Route 1, Scottsburg, Va. Alphin, Wayne Lewis, Route 1, Buchanan, Va. Anderson, Connie Lynne, 2708 N. Buchanan St., Arlington, Va Angle, Barbara, O., Route 3, Rocky Mount, Va. Arnold, Kenneth F., Franktowne, Va. Bailey, James W., 5500 Cedarcraft St., Richmond, Va. Baird, Beverly F., 323 South Jordon, Bloomington, Ind. Bariknecht, Bonnie Callie, West Point, Va. Beadles, Jane Catherine, 405 Hampton Roads Ave., Hampton, Bennett, James E., 2417 Ingram Ave., Richmond, Va. Black, Nancy Lynn, 712 Pace Street, Franklin Va. Blankenship, Roger D., Franklin Heights, Rocky Mount, Va. Blevins, William Grant, Jr., 3855 Colony Lane, SW Roanoke, Boxley, Edward S., Mineral, Va. Brady, Faye, Brett, Jo Ann, Route 3, Emporia, Va., Bridgman, Rennie W., Route 2, McKenney, Va. Bronson, Mary Elizabeth, 612 S. Garfield St., Arlington, Va. Brown, Judith Hope, 2419 Aragon St., Lynchburg, Va. Brown, Kenneth Earl, 723 Caroline St., Fredericksburg, Va. Brubeck, Joyce Marie, Route 3, Staunton, Va. Bugg, Gary H., 1600 E. Market St., Charlottesville, Va. Butler, J. Fred, 2100 Gordon St., Hopewell, Va. Cahoon, Beverly, 236 Roxberry St., Clifton Forge, Va. Canada, John W., Pamplin, Va. Carpenter, Julia A., Route 4, Culpepper, Va. Carter, Marjorie Lois, Mattaponi, Va. Carter, Robert M. 1012, Hamilton Ave., Clifton Forge, Va. Carwile, Donald Wayne, 3809 Essex Circle, Norfolk, Va. Caskey, Marsha Anne, 3827 Kingman, Ave. Portsmouth, Va. Chambers, Bob R., Route 1, Box 122, Crewe, Va. Chernault, John G., Worsham, Va. Clark, Robert Guiles, 913 Vine St., Martinsville Va. Coffey, Hansford, Coleman, William David, Route 2, Amelia, Va. Coleman, Fred E., 1605 McVeigh Rd., Lynchburg, Va. Colvin, Marylin, Viewtown, Va. Cook, Starr Lee, Route 2, Box 160N, South Boston, Va. Corkum, Linda Sue, 433 Day Ave. S.W., Roanoke, Va. Corley, Donald Blair, North Garden, Va. Coulthard, Curtis, C., 206 Hale Street, Pearisburg, Va. Cox, Mary Lou, 103 Second, St., Pulaski, Va. Craddock, Charles A., Charlottsville, Va. Cralle, Alexander, Baxter, 406 First Avenue, Farmville, Va. Creasy, Gordon Forrest, 503 Bancroft, Ave. Richmond, Va. Crosby, Brenda Kay, 127 College Park Circle, Ataunton, Va. Cross, John Dennis, Hanover, Va. Davis, James Edward, Jr., 6112 Bivens Court, Norfolk, Va. Dawson, Frederick, William, Route 1, Box 147, Cana, Va. DeHart, Edgar Hampton, Route 1, Elleston, Va. Deniory, Roy Franklin, Rt. 1, Box 89, Fairfax Station, Va. Dennis, Robert J., Jr., Wachapreague, Va. Dinges, Charles D., 1414 So. George Mason Drive, Arlington, Dixon, Virginia Grace, 208 Forney Ave., Hanover, Pa. Donald, Mary E., Route 1, Glasgow, Va. Doss, Coleman, A., Jr., Hurt Va. Downs, William David, Box 649, Emporia, Va. Drewry, Victor R., College Drive, Bluefield, Va. Dudding, Francis G., Route 1, Eagle Rock, Va. Dudley, Morris Wayne, Route 2, Box 171, Christiansburg, Va. Dunaway, John Daniel, Route 2, Scottsville, Va. Duncan, Carlos, Michael, Route 1, Box 566, Dillwy, Va. Earheart, Charles Edward, 2311, N. Powhatan St., Arlington, Eaton, Hugh Hamilton, Va. Va. Va Va. Edwards, James Richard, 629 Mountain Ave., S.W. Roanoke, Va. Ellington, Allman Q., Barkeville, Va. Elliott, Routel, Box 155, Laurel, Delaware Emery, Robert Smith, Jr., 425 E. Rock St., Harrisonburg, Va. Etter, Kenneth Michael, Route 10, Cox 268, Roanoke, Va. Ewell, James Donavon, Jr. Felts, Jerry M., Route 3, Galar, Va. Fiedler, Barbara E., 63 Cambridge Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. Flippen, James Fitxhugh, Curtis Fletcher, T. Russell, Spotsylvania, Va. Foster, Roland Lewis, Matthews, Va. Fox, Barbara Lewis, 164 Selma Road, Orange, Va. Freeman, Timothy, 933 Lakewood Drive, Falls Church, Va. Fulcher, Robert M., Box 125, Stanleytown, Va. Garnett, Beverly Lockett, Route 1, Rice, Va. Garnett, Sarah Louise, 5909 4th Road North, Arlington, Va. George, Barbara, Hope 8905 Michaux Lane, Richmond, Va. Gianniny, Henry Lee, Route 1, Scottsville, Va. Gibbs, T. Randolph, 1372 Hill Top, Charlottesville, Va. Gill, James Gohn, Cheryl Ann, 4722 South 29th, St. Arlington, Va. Green, Kenneth L., 618 Riely Ave., South Boston, Va. Green, Jane Sydney, 4700 Cutshaw Ave., Richmond, Va. Gregory, Timothy George, Route 5, Chesapeake, Va. Grizzard, Phillip, 223 North Church St., Smithfield, Va. Groome Patricia Dee., 6202 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va. Hall, Aubrey, Howard, Rustburg, Va. Hall, Judy Faye, Maine Street, Rocky Mount, Virginia Harman, Sue Ellen, New Hope, Va. Harris, L. Rebecca, Route 1, Greenville, Va. Harris, Stephen, L., Route 5, Beaverdam, Va. Heflin, Joyce Faye, Route 1, Catlett, Va. Henderson, Dan Huff, Jr., 119 College Ave., Danville, Va. Hensley, Sharon Lee, Route Z, Moneta, Va. Hicks, Francis Wesley, Woodford, Va. Hill, Roy Robert, Box 503, Buchanan, Va. Hines, Raye B., Route 1, LaCrosse, Va. Hogge, Larry Moody, Shacklefords, Va. Holland, Beverly Jean, 1726 Concord, Drive, Charlottsville, Va. Hudgins, Ellis D., Matthews, Va. Hussey, Carol E., 315 E. Maryland Ave., Crewe, Va. Ingram, Harold L., Henry, Va. Jenkins, Rodger, N., Manquin, Va. Jensen, 613 LaMarre Drive, Fairfax, Va. Johnson, Andrew T. Johnson, Delsie Marie, Glade Hill, Va. Johnson, Eleanor, 752 Burke Hill, Bedford, Va. Johnson, Melvin W., Jr., 202 Ward Drive, Hampton, Va. Johnson, James W., Bedford, Va. Kayton, Cordelia R., 'ZQQJKL Kenoska Ave., Norfolk, Va. Keith, Rita Gay, Via Monroe 1, Agricola, Va. Kelly, Diane Joyce, 4906 Hodd Drive, Fredericksburg, Va. Kincannon, Charles D., Belle Monte Farm, Gordonsville, Va. King, Erwin Bryan, 15125, Tangier, Va. King, Maxine Hunt, 41425, Tangier, Va. Koonce, Donald E., 401 College Avenue, Blackstone, Va. Kornegay, Linda Jean, 808 Banke Rd., Martinsville, Va. Krout, Homer Lee, II, 305 N. 4th St., Hopewell, Va. Kuchar, Mary Elizabeth, Route 1, Hardy, Va. Kuhls, Shirley Ann, 210 Hilltop Drive, Culpepper, Va. Lancaster, T. Leitch, Box 226, 4th Ave. Ext., Farmville, Va. Lassiter, Jerry Lee, Danville, Va. Leadbetter, Linda Denise, 619 E. Poythress St., Hopewell, Va. Leatherman, Wilmer Eugene, 201 Palatine Ave., Charlottesville, Va Ligon, Gary H., 1807 Shady Grove Rd., Mechanicsville, Va. Little, Larry Beckett, 8001 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, Va. Lovell, Gloria Dean, 117 Ellsworth St., Martinsville, Va. McCallister, Wendell G., 327 E. Walnut St., Covington, Va. McCann, Carole Diane, 8704 Rolando Drive, Richmond, Va. McClanan, K. Whitney, 100 Lyttleton Lane, Madison Heights, Va. McCraw, Samuel P., 1037 Oakmont Circle, Lynchburg, Va. McCreary, Donald J., Route 1, Box 46, Cana, Va. McQuinn, Kenneth, 502 Glen Carolyn Dr., Falls Church, Va. Maitland, James, Wilson, Va. Marchio, Sharon Ann, 4705 Exeter St., Annandale, Va. Martin, Carol Lee, Ferrum Va. May, Harvey Kent, Route 3, Box 151, Powhatan, Va. Menefee, Mary Lucinda, 3521 Forest Hill Avenue, Roanoke, Va. Miller, William C., Route 3, Spotsylvania, Va. Montgomery, Herbert S., 220 J. Jefferson Street, Lewisburg, W. Va. Moore, Allic Preston, Richmond, Va. Moran, W. Page, Route 2, Box 282, Mechanicsville, Va. Morgan, William A., 927 Decatur St., Chesapeake, Va. Morton, Carlton, V., Church Lane, Box 62, Chatham, Va. Nance, Elmer Mason, Route 2, Moenta, Va. Naugle, Patricia Ann, Route 2, Box 195, Blackstone, Va. Nester, Gloria Jean, Route 1, Box 101, Laurel Fork, Va. Nirenberg, Louis Guy, Norris, Richard E., Virginia Beach, Va. Oberlin, John Wesley, Jr., 3412 Overbrook Dr., S.W., Roanoke, Va. Pearman, Nita Robyn, 6247, Navako Road, Richmond, Va. Palmore, Fred Atkins, Route 3, Blackstone, Va. Panneton, Ovila Clyde, 1931 N. Kenilworth, St., Arlington, Va. Panneton, Sandra J., 1931 N. Kenilworth, St., Arlington, Va. Pepper, William E., Jr., Cartersville, Va. Pettigrew, William J., 108 Sanford Drive, Hampton, Va. Philpott, Joseph H., Jr., 413 Maple Ave., Pearisburg, Va. Pope, Thomas J., Ma.x Meadows, Va. Prillaman, Jerry Lee, Bedford, Va. Prillaman, John G., Jr., Route 2, Bassett, Va. Prillaman, Randolph G., 126 North Daniel Creek Road, Collinsville, Radcliffe, David, 101 Uwchlan Ave., Downingtown, Pa. Ramsey, Ronald Edward, 915 W. Sycamore Street, Chase City, Va. Rea, Kenneth Herbert, Route 2, Box 650, Basstee, Va. Reaves, Rebecca Ann, 207 Pennsylvania Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Reid, Judy Lee, 300 Bath St., Clifton Forge, Va. Reynolds, Clarence, B., Box 240, Glade Hill, Va. Roberson, Arthur Clayton, Jr., Box 172, Clifton Forge, Va. Robins, Willard M.,.1304 Briarfield Rd., Newport News, Va. Robinson, Stephen B., 12 West Forrest Street, Alexandria, Va. Rosson, James W., Jr., Box 118 Louisa, Va. Russ, Stuart Hall, Jr., 912 Brandon Ave., Norfolk, Va. Sandidge, Phillip, 153 Bonton Rd., Lynchburg, Va. L. Wayne Satterwhite, Chiesburg, Va. Schmid, Linda M., 103 Wallare Street, Lexington, Va. Schultz, Patricia DIRECTOR Y Scott, Brenda R., 3528 Old Mt. Vernon Rd., Alexandria, Va. Scott, Charles B., Port Republic, Va. Scupp, Edwin, 216 Prigmore St., East Brunswick, N. J. Seibel, Betsy Jane, Route 1, Box 54, Roanoke, Va. Sheets, Martha Ella, Mount Sidney, Va. Shelton, Elizabeth, G., Route 1 Box 133, Stanardsville, Va. Shelton, Michael Shifflett, Sherman, Box 402, Charlottesville, Va. Shively, John Steward, 318 13th Street, Altavista, Va. Shockley, Claude M., Route 4, Hilsville, Va. Sigmon, Ray, Route 4, Rocky Mount, Va. Simmons, Bob Harris, Route 2, Floyd, Va. Simmond, Franklin O., 19 East Bellefonte, Ave., Alexandria, Va. Sink, Harold Richard, 375 Highland Ave., Roanoke, Va. Sisson, George, M., Box 66, Shawsville, Va. Slate, Joseph Claude, Route 1, Claudville, Va. Slavek, Robert J., Nol Drive, Hampton, Va. Smith, Russell R., Jr., 314 Fudge, Street, Covington, Va. Smith, William Sanford, 108 Paines Ave., Sandston, Va. Stacks, Joseph E., 1115 Westmoreland Road, Falls Church, Va. Stanley, Robert Nelson, Route 1, Box 440, Ashland, Va. Staton, Robert Garland, Box 143, Buckingham, Va. Stone, Nelson, E., Route 1, Henry, Va. Strosnider, Judity Mae, 567 West Spring St., Woodstock, Va. Stump, Reva Louise, Route 1, Moneta, Va. Swanson, Claude, B., Route 1, Callands, Va. Tant, John Arthur, 612 West Street, Fairfax, Va. Thompson, Carolyn Lett, Box 23, Union Level, Va. Timberlake, Otis, Jr. Barhamsville, Va. Tisdale, John L., Rio Road, Route 5, Charlottesville, Va. Townes, Stuart Jefferson, Box 324, Amelia, Va. Townsend, Hugh B., J r.,-Manskin Lodge, Manquin, Va. Townsend, J. Frank Jr., Manquin, Va. Tripp, Basil R., 218 West 29th Street, Buena Vista, Va, Tyler, Robert C., 744 23rd, St. S. Arlington, Va. Turner, Denzil, Bassett, Va. Utt, Wilber, Route 2 Box 172, Ararat, Va. Vipperman, Jessie W. Jr., Ridgeway, Va. Wade, Raymond Edward, 1725 Glenn Street, Danville, Va. Waldrop, G. Robert, III, 2010 Milbank Rd., Richmond, Va. Walker, Robert William, 4914 Bracuner St., McLean Va. Wall, Frankie Randolph, Rt. 2, Bassett, Va. Walton, Russell E. Ward, George, H. Jr., Bonnse St., Urbanna, Va. Waring, Robert F., Dunnsville, Va. Watkins, Samuel Blanton, Amelia Va. Webb, Phillip Marion, Newport News, Va. Welde, Glenn, R. 206 Prince William Drive, Fairfax, Va. Whitby, Judith Ann, 3905 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. White, Robert, E., Jr., Rt. 1 Box 691 Yorktown, Va. Wines, James Michael, 1625 S. 16th St., Arlington, Va. Witt, Edward, H., Nellys Ford, Va. Worley, John William, Star Route, Natural Bridge, Va. Wright, Doris Ethelene, 800 Ruthers Rd., Richmond, Va. Wright, Harold Allen, 213 Chester, St., Front Royal, Va. Wright, William E., Route 2 Box 316, Mechanicsville, Va. James D. Wright, Patrick Springs, Va. Wyrick, George P., Hillsville, Va. Young, Rogers W., Jr., 4616 Street, S., Arlington, Va. Youngblood, Joyce Anne, 7524 Rockfalls Drive, Richmond, Virginia FIRST YEAR STUDENTS Abbott, Franklin Tredway, Route 1, Smithfield, Virginia Adkins, Nancy Carole, Route 2, Penhook, Virginia Alfonso, Margaret, Jefferson Street Ext., Clifton Forge, Virginia Albert, Jr., 6114 Madawaska Road, Washington, D. C. Allen, Nancy Miles, Route 4, Floyd, Virginia Altice, Phyliss Joy, 317 Pell Avenue, N.E., Rocky Mount, Virginia Altizer, Rebecca Lee, Second Street, Christiansburg, Virginia Amos, Donald Ray, Sydnorsville, Virginia Anderson, Carol Lee, 21 Lillian Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts Anderson, Judith Walker, 1226 Lorraine Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Andrews, Jerry Alan, Independence, Virginia Anstine, Paul Monroe, Route 2, Catlett, Virginia Arnold, Jane Hickman, Franktown, Virginia Arritt, Mary Lucinda, Route 4, Covington, Virginia Ashford, Jr., John Edward, 4419 Fontaine Drive, Roanoke, Virginia Baker, George Edward, Scottsville, Virginia Baker, Bonnie Sue, McGaheysville, Virginia Baker, John Embrey, 4804 Rosemont Ct., McLean, Virginia Baker, Thomas Harrison, 3119 Allendale Street, S.W., Roanoke, Virginia Bane, Jr., Harold Lewis, 2205 Willow Street, South Boston, Virginia Bassemier, Vicki Marlena, 1510 Parker Avenue, Portsmouth, Virginia Bayne, David Lee, 4800 Westmoreland Street, McLean, Virginia Beale, Jr., Benjamin Hubert, Courtland, Virginia Beasley, Claude Randolph, 5810 Grace Lane, Mechanicsville, Virginia Beers, Helen Beatrice, Waverly, Virginia Beers, Peggy Lee, Waverly, Virginia Belcher, Juanita, Route 2, Penhook, Virginia Bennett, Thomas Street, Route 1, Glade Hill, Virginia Bennett, Gary Ward, 2569 Inglewood Rd., Roanoke, Virginia Berrey, Emmet Franklin, 205 Hawksbill Hgts. Dr., Luray, Virginia Biddlecomb, Fred McCullough, Fairport, Virginia Bishop, Stephen Turner, Rawlings, Virginia Blackwell, Kenneth Williams, Route 3, Floyd, Virginia Blake, Samuel Richard, 307 Fisher Avenue, Woodbridge, Virginia Blankenship, Glenna Dale, Route 4, Amelia, Virginia Bleakley, Florine DuVal, 1 Langhorne Rd., Newport News, Virginia Blosser, Juanita Sherrill, 2462 Walnut Avenue, Buena Vista, Virginia Bolen, Larry Thomas, Fancy Gap, Virginia Booth, Sandra Faith, 122 Church Street, Rocky Mount, Virginia Boston, Charles Stephen, Unionville, Virginia Bowers, Nancy Jane, Route 2, Portsmouth, Virginia Bowman, Catherine, Route 1, Barboursville, Virginia Bowles, Barry Allen, Route 4, Martinsville, Virginia Bowden, Dennis Wayen, 620 N. Pegram Street, Alexandria, Virginia Brandon, Mary Ryland, Mannboro, Virginia Brady, Faye Carole, 'Route 1, Ashland, Virginia Brown, Betty Joyce, 1626 W. Jackson Street, Covington, Virginia Brown, Jr., Joseph W., Shanghai, Virginia Brown, Pamela Lea, 414 No. Granada Street, Arlington 3, Virginia Brown, William Marvin, 1041 Woodstock Rd., Richmond, Virginia Bryan, Roberta, 134 Idlewood Avenue, Portsmouth, Virginia Bryner, Jr., Leon K., 1001 27th Street So., Arlington 2, Virginia Buckingham, David Earl, Parksley, Virginia Burke, Jr., Dan Randolph, Big Island, Virginia Burleigh, Gloria Jean, 209 Claiborne Avenue, Rocky Mount, Virginia Burleigh, William J., Concord, Virginia Burton, James William, Route 2, Halifax, Virginia Burtis, Allan Wayne, 2502 Laburnum Avenue, S.W., Roanoke, Virginia Burton, Glen Hays, 427 William Drive, Brownsburg, Virginia Byrd, Cecil Curtis, Spencer, Virginia Caldwell, James Clarence, 827 Lyndhurst Road, Waynesboro, Virginia Campbell, Warren Ronald, 3820 Cambria Street, Lynchburg, Virginia Candage, Diane, Mechanicsville, Virginia Campbell, John Leon, 809 E. State Street, Altavista, West Virginia Campbell, Michael Anthony, 2834 Tillett Rd. S.W., Roanoke, Virginia Capito, Jr., George David, 21 W. Princeton Circle, Lynchburg, Virginia Carruthers, Linda Dale, Purcellville, Virginia Carrington, Suzanne Diana, Hillsville, Virginia Carroll, James Eugene, 7808 Baxter Court, Annandale, Virginia Carter, William Davis, Route 1, Milford, Virginia Carter, James E., 1444 Chestnut Avenue, Buena Vista, Virginia Cash, Warren Sylvester, Axton, Virginia Caudell, Robert Carroll, 2830 N. Rochester Street, Arlington, Virginia Chesson, Jerry W., 422 East Main, Bedford, Virginia Childs, Marie Carter, 1514 Avondale Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Clark, Raymond Herbert, 120 Church Street, Clifton Forge, Virginia Clarke, Patricia Lynn, 5002 Hampden Lane, Bethesda 14, Maryland Clark, Ronald Coleman, 20 South Auburn Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Clear, Billy Lee, Route 3, Saltville, Virginia Cobb, Billy Ray, 3400 Floyd Avenue, Richmond 21, Virginia Coffey, George Hansford, 2337 Mt. Vernon Street, Waynesboro, Virginia Coffey, Judy Rae, Route 1, Vesuvius, Virginia Coffey, Roger Dale, Route 1, Vesuvius, Virginia Conner, Jr., James R., Route 1, Woodbridge, Virginia Copeland, Mary Anne, Fieldale, Virginia Cornwall, Barry Hallock, 808 S. Irving Street, Arlington, Virginia Cosby, Lewis Scott, Route 5, Richmond, Virginia Cottrell, Brenda Joyce, 106 Walnut Street, Covington, Virginia Coughlin, Charles, Route 5, Richmond, Virginia Crabtree, James W., 1400 Brandy Court, Falls Church, Virginia Craddock, Dennis Carroll, R.F.D. 2, Gretna, Virginia Crenshaw, Jr., Eric R., 907 School Street, Farmville, Virginia Crockett, Brindle Dale, 1102 Edgewood Avenue, West Chesapeake, Virginia Culbertson, Jr., Richard Nixon, 315 Lamond Place, Alexandria, Virginia Cupp, Jr., John Wesley, Route 4, Lexington, Virginia Curry, Elizabeth, Jamison, 221 East Beverley Street, Staunton, Virginia Daniel, Melanie Bourne, Route 3, Bassett, Virginia Davis, Alwayn Wynter, Tappanhannock, Virginia Davis, James Arnold, Route 2, Sugar Grove, Virginia Davis, Jimmie Carol, 712 Monumental Street, Williamsburg, Virginia Dawson, John R., Orange, Virginia Davis, Jr., Roy Derwood, 44 Patton Drive, Newport News, Virginia Day, Robert J., Route 2, Forest, Virginia Deane, Charlie Tatum, Stanardsville, Virginia DeHart, Carolyn D., Ferrum, Virginia Denby, Keith Allen, Route 2, Scottsville, Virginia Denny, Tommy, 4095 Woodberry Avenue, Danville, Virginia Dickerson, Larry Franklin, Ruckersville, Virginia Dillon, Carol Jean, Route 1, Hardy, Virginia Dixon, Ginny Grace, 208 Forney Avenue, Hanover, Pennsylvania Divers, Sheron Kay, 2638 Lindenwood, Vinton, Virginia Dodd, Mrs. James L., Ferrum, Virginia Doss, Coleman O'Neil, 1019 Scott Avenue, New Castle, Virginia Dover, Lou Ann, 2711 S. Veitch Street, Arlington, Virginia Downey, Jr., Robert Lowe, La Crosse, Virginia Drake, James Franklin, Handson, Virginia Dudley, Charles David, 1134 Cherry Avenue, Buena Vista, Virginia Duke, Virginia Lee, Maidens, Virginia Duggan, J olm Michael, 319 Anneliese Drive, Falls Church, Virginia Dunn, Larry Reuben, Saxe, Virginia Durham, Jerry Lamonte, 350 Campbell Street, Staunton, Virginia DIRECTORY Dutton, Charles Rhett, 10 Willowshby Place, Hampton, Virginia Dyson III, William Mahone, RFD 15, Richmond, Virginia Dyson, John Stephen, Route 5, Petersburg, Virginia Early, Elizabeth Anne, 813 Raymond Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia East II, James G., 1855 W. Main Street, Waynesboro, Virginia Eastridge, Sherry Lynne, Box 41, Phenix, Virginia Edmonson, William Tredway, 5522 Willis Lane, Richmond, Virginia Eddins, Susan Bates, Route 1, Stanardsville, Virginia Ellis, Donna R., 8458 Quincy Street, Norfolk, Virginia Elliott, Jr., Carter Smith, Route 2, Lynchburg, Virginia Epperly, Clara E., Route 1, Christiansburg, Virginia Epes, Susan Ervis, 507 River Rd., Newport News, Virginia Epling, Barbara Ann, Route 1, Newport, Virginia Estep, Kathleen Robin 7107-45th Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland Ewell, Wayne Barnes, Nelsonia, Virginia Ewing, Lucy Mae, Roseland, Virginia Fearnow, Sandra Kay, 1802 Shady Grove Road, Mechanicsville, Virginia Falls, Joseph P., Route 1, Floyd, Virginia Firebaugh, Norman Richard, Route 2, Troutville, Virginia Fischer, William Wade, 206 Norfolk Avenue, Colonial Heights, Virginia Fittin, Vicki Frances, 24 Henrietta Drive, Caldwell Township, New Jersey Fitzgerald, Carolyn Lee, Route 2, Roanoke, Virginia Fitzgerald, David Matthews, 4531 West Hundred Rd., Chester, Virginia Fitzllugh, Curtis G., Gordonsville, Virginia Flanigan, Jr., Harry Leonard, 312 Olive Rd., Virginia Beach, Virginia Fleet, Doris Elaine, 3408 Cliff Avenue, Richmond 22, Virginia Flinchu, Aaron Rudolph, Route 1, Snowville, Virginia Flippin, Thomas Bruce, Amelia, Virginia Ford, Jesse, Route 1, Rustburg, Virginia Forehand, Terry Wayne, 4204 Arlington Place, Portsmouth, Virginia Forrest, David Neal, 38 North Boxwood Street, Hampton, Virginia Forrest, Don C., 46 Church Street, Poquoson, Virginia Fraser, William Perry, 321 Cedar Street, Suffolk, Virginia Frasier, Harry Buck, 3113 Griffin Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Frost, Jr., Robert William, 5512 Williamsburg Blvd., Arlington, Virginia Frayer, Carol Sue, 4008 So. 18 Street, Arlington, Virginia Fullerton, Catherine Carol, 597 Bay Colony Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia Gallimore, James Emerson, Route 3, Pulaski, Virginia Garland, Hugh Cabell, Worsham, Virginia Gibson, Jr., Douglas F., Route 5, Charlottesville, Virginia Gibson, Nancy Jo, 300 N. Jefferson Street, Lewisburg, West Virginia Gibson, Lynn Wellington, 2257 North Harrison Street, Arlington, Virginia Gifford, Emma Jean, Ferrum, Virginia Gilmer, Priscilla Frances, Lochghelly, West Virginia Gilbert III, Oscar Lindwood, 3872 Jefferson Blvd., Virginia Beach, Virginia Gill, James Donald, 148 Wood Avenue, Danville, Virginia Gillispie, James Massie, Pedlar Mills, Virginia Givans, Frances C., 3025 Menands Drive, Chesapeake, Virginia Glass, Kent Powell, 46 Spears Avenue, Asheville, North Carolina Glenn, George Joseph, 605 Riverview Road, Claymont, Delaware Goodman, James Edward, Craig Springs, Virginia Goodman, Jr., Hugh A., 401 Chalmers Street, South Boston, Virginia Goodwin IV, Walton, Scottsville, Virginia Green, Mark A., 2716 Walnut Avenue, Buena Vista, Virginia Griffin, James Randy, Youngsville, North Carolina Guidry, Ellen Diane, 3034 Oakland Blvd., Roanoke, Virginia Guthrie, Thomas Michols, 642 Aberdeen Rd., Hampton, Virginia Hager, Phillip Eugene, Route 1, Fieldale, Virginia Haley, Francis Lovell, Route 2, Bassett, Virginia Hall, Larry Dean, Hillsville, Virginia Hall, Mary Alice, Oak Drive, Christiansburg, Virginia Hamilton, Chancellor, 109 N. Belmont Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Hardy, Jane Watts, Ferrum, Virginia Harper, Violet Louise, South Hill, Virginia Harman, Marvin Darrell, Route 1, Cedar Bluff, Virginia Harris, Nancy Ellen, 32 Ambrose Lane, Hampton, Virginia Harris, William Michael, 2601 Greenwood Drive, Portsmouth, Virginia Harreld, Diane Lynne, 1201 King Street, Alexandria, Virginia Harper, Jr., Doug, Route 1, Dry Fork, Virginia Harris, Jr., Paul Lynwood, 3965 Fauquier Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Harrup, Kurt Raiford, RFD 1, Capron, Virginia Hayzlett, Rodney Wilson, 1119 N. Evergreen Street, Arlington, Virginia Heath, Jerald David, 140 Robinson Road, Hampton, Virginia Hellig, Brenda L., 274 Peliso Avenue, Orange, Virginia Heltzel, Eugene Nicholhs, 24 Milford Road, Newport News, Virginia Henderson, John Stephen, 5715 N. 25th Road, Arlington, Virginia Hic,s, Barry Warren, Hillsville, Virginia Hicks, Jr., Welford E., 6262 Meadowbridge Road, Mechanicsville, Virginia Hill, Charlotte Eileen, 36 Homewood Drive, Lynchburg, Virginia Hiner, Shirley Grey, Star Route, Hot Springs, Virginia Hodges, Hubert Daniel, Route 1, Rocky Mount, Virginia Hodnett, James Leslie, RFD 3, Nathalie, Virginia Hodges, James Howard, Route 4, Rocky Mount, Virginia Hogan, Jr., Raymond Earl, 937 Rothowood Road, Lynchburg, Virginia Holloway, Tom 6001 S. Crestwood, Richmond 26, Virginia Holyfield, John Hutcher, 115 Walnut Avenue, Vinton, Virginia Horton, Authur W., 2308 Broadrock Road, Richmond, Virginia Horsley, Kenneth Wayen, Route 1, Glouchester, Virginia Huffman, John Preston, 219 Rosser Avenue, Waynesboro, Virginia 175 Huffman, William Francis, Ferrum, Virginia Huffman, Thomas Eugene, 2327 Cedar Avenue, Buena Vista, Virginia Huffer, Patricia Florence, Route 1, Churchville, Virginia Hundley, Ransome Neil, Route 3, Rocky Mount, Virginia Hull, Tiffaney Burns, Star Route B., Staunton, Virginia Hunt, Jr., George Russell, Route 3, Rocky Mount, Virginia Hurd, Stuart, 1934 Bluemont Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia Hutton, Joseph Lance, Route 1, New Castle, Virginia Hutcheson, Jr., Charles Edward, 12 So. Daisy Avenue, Highland Springs, Virginia Hylton, John Moir, 2512 Daleton Blvd., N.E., Roanoke, Virginia Ingram, Susan Randolph, 1001 Sharon Lane, Richmond, Virginia Ives, Larry Nelson, Big Island, Virginia Jamison, Jerry Lee, Callaway, Virginia Jamison, Phyllis Gayle, RFD 1, Boones Mill, Virginia Jamison, Jr., James Clark, Boones Mill, Virginia Jarrett, Robert Gray, 422 Wilson Street, Rocky Mount, Virginia Jennings Jr., Landon Stephen, 822 Constitution Avenue N.E., Washington, D. C. Jenkins, James Lloyd, 200 North Elm Avenue, Highland Springs, Virginia Jones, Carolyn Anne, Route 1, Monroe, Virginia Johnson, Amelia Joyce, Route 2, Moneta, Virginia Johnson, Brenda Ann, Route 1, Glade Hill, Virginia Johnson, Betty Jean, Route 3, Ferrum, Virginia Johnson, Harry Linwood, 3103 Griffin Avenue, Richmond 22, Virginia Johnson, Jr., Leslie Sims, 1621 Wilborn Avenue, South Boston, Virginia Johnson, Lindon Bruce, Route 2, Rincastle, Virginia Johnson, Peter, 5024 Williamsburg Blvd., Arlington, Virginia Johnson, Linwood Bailey, 1421 7th Street S.E., Roanoke, Virginia Jones, Ava Joan, West Point, Virginia Jones, Carroll Merrill, Phenix, Virginia Jones, Peggy Louise, 11401 Woodson Avenue, Kensington, Maryland Jones, Yvonne Anne, Route 6, Chatham, Virginia Stovall, Jr., Joyce Gary, 305 Mimosa Drive, Newport News, Virginia Keeton, Henry Harwood, 1406 Atlee Road, Mechanicsville, Virginia Kelley, Wayne Bennett, 7600 Hampshire Road, Richmond, Virginia Kennedy, Jr., Thomas Earl, 121 N. Beech Avenue, Highland Springs, Virginia King HI, William Daniel, 3320 Melody Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia King, Michael Randolph, Victoria, Virginia Koontz, Lowell Layton, Route 1, Elkton, Virginia Koziel, Robert Michael, 829 West Grant Street, Houston, Pennsylvania Kyle, Ella Mae, 906 East Mercury Blvd., Hampton, Virginia Lamb, William David, 1001 Scott Avenue, New Castle, Virginia Langford, Richard C., Drakes Branch, Virginia LaPrade, Richard Thomas 164 Hillcrest Drive, Rocky Mount, Virginia LaPrad, Linda Marie, 1019 South Askin Street, Martinsville, Virginia LaPrad, Carolyn Verna, 164 Hillcrest Drive, Rocky Mount, Virginia LaPrad, 4705 Sylvan Road, Richmond 25, Virginia Layman, Stephen David, Fredericksburg, Virginia Lindsay, Janet Elizabeth, 805 Peck Street, Bedford, Virginia Lis, Jr., Leon Wladislaw, 311 Orchard Avenue, Rocky Mount, Virginia Little, Wendell Bayly, 1315 Wraywood Place, Falls Church, Virginia Livermon, William Raynor, Patrick Springs, Virginia Llewellyn, Charles Lee, Route 2, Chesapeake, Virginia Lockridge, Warren Courtenay, 318 W. Persinger Street, Covington, Virginia Lowery, Robert Norris, Tappahannock, Virginia Lowmiller, Frederick Lou, 1441 N.W. l73rd Terrace, Miami 69, Florida Lowry, June Elaine, West Point, Virginia Loy, Jr., Thomas Harris, 511 N. Montague Street, Arlington, Virginia Luke, Eugene, Gainesville, Virginia Lusby, Benjamin S., 5858 North 26th Street, Arlington, Virginia Maddra, Allie Vester, Route 5, Petersburg, Virginia Markham, Robert Nicholas, 1000 Peaks Street, Bedford, Virginia Marshall, Earlwin Sherwood, Victoria, Virginia Marshall, Robert McCleary, 126 S. Columbus Street, Arlington, Virginia Martin, Jr., Henry Lisbon, RFD 2, Halifax, Virginia Martin, Harriett June, Fieldale, Virginia Martin, Lois Daniel, Toano, Virginia Martin, Mary Lee, 3898 N. 30th Street, Arlington 7, Virginia Martz, Sandy, Broadway, Virginia Matthews, Thomas Franklin, Pungoteague, Virginia Matthews, Kenneth Carl, 3824 Shell Road, Hampton, Virginia May, Barbara Lee, 401 Starling Avenue, Martinsville, Virginia Marge, Roy Salvatore, 17 Third Street, Claymont, Delaware May, George Edward, 401 Starling Avenue, Martinsville, Virginia Mayhugh, Joseph Coffer, Gordonsville, Virginia McAdams, Nancy Amelia, 4504 Hillbrook Drive, Annandale, Virginia McClay, Lee Roger, RFD 3, New Castle, Pennsylvania McCready, Connie L., Tangier, Virginia McNutt, Robert Blaine, 1502 Morrison Drive, Lynchburg, Virginia McNabb, Richard Lawrence, Route 1, Front Royal, Virginia McRae Jr., James Armistead, 206 Pughsville Road, Portsmouth, Virginia McLamb, Carolyn, 154 Henry Clay Road, Newport News, Virginia Merritt, Jr., Lucius Manlius, 5252 Shelby Drive, Roanoke, Virginia Micou, Nedra Carolyn, Route 2, Williamsburg, Virginia Miller, Ernest, Route 2, Pearisburg, Virginia Miller, Elsie King, Newport, Virginia Miller III, John Franklin, Port Republic, Virginia Mitchell, Carolyn Ann, Glenway Drive, Amherst, Virginia Monohon, Dave R., 709 Auburn Place, Martinsville, Virginia Moore III, Carroll Lee, 887 Poquoson Avenue, Poquoson, Virginia DIRECTOR Y Moore, Herbert Augustust, Route 4, Petersburg, Virginia Moore, William Cecil, Halifax, Virginia Moran, Linda Carol, Route 4, Floyd, Virginia Moreland, Albert Jennings, Route 1, Schuyler, Virginia Morrison, Jr., Raymond Lloyd, 3009 Hill Street, Lynchburg, Virginia Morrison, Judy Lee, Route 2, Stuart, Virginia Mottley, Francis Wayne, Route 1, Burkeville, Virginia Mowry, Charles Edwin, Grottoes, Virginia Munns, Roy, RFD 1, Wirtz, Virginia Myers, Mattie Lawanna, Woolwine, Virginia Myers, Charles Delbert, Box 114, Woolwine, Virginia Naif, Margaret Lee, Boones Mill, Virginia Nance, Bobby Cundiff, Route 2, Moneta, Virginia Nester, Gerald Harmon, Box 374, Pembroke, Virginia Newins, Robert Lawrence, 5 East Sidgwick Street, Sandston, Virginia Newton, William Judson, King George, Virginia Nicholson, Frank Draig, Box 166, Elkton, Virginia Noland, Jr., Churchill Cooke, Route 2, Beaverdam, Virginia. Nolen, Kay Frances, 23 Harwood Avenue, Hampton, Virginia Norris, Jr., Robert William, 8006 University Drive, Richmond, Virginia Norford, David Archie, 711 Fontaine Street, Alexandria, Virginia Nunley, Orrin, 114 South Courthouse Road, Arlington 4, Virginia Oakes, Sylvia Ann, Route 4, Rocky Mount, Virginia Olive, Cassandra Marie, Route 1, Box 278A, Falmouth, Virginia Overstreet, Alfred Dwight, 7205 Belvedere Drive, Newport News, Virginia Owen, Cynthia Louise, Route 3, Box 260, Petersburg, Virginia Owens, Gary Wayne, 1405 Leckie Street, Portsmouth, Virginia Page, George C., P. O. Box 33, Dunn Loring, Virginia Parks, Wlata Gail, Box 76, Tangier, Virginia Parsons, Donald Douglas, Box 83, Route 2, Lorton, Virginia Parsley, Gary Wayne, Route 1, Box 404, Mechancisville, Virginia Randall, William, Wingina, Virginia Parsley, Joan, Route 1, Mechanicsville, Virginia Pates, Jr., Carl Stansbury, 2902 Tidewater Trail, Fredericksburg, Virginia Payne, Jr., Posey Campbell, 805 Gateway Drive, Pulaski, Virginia Payne, Argel H., Route 1, Box 127A, Evington, Virginia Pearson, Jr., Charles Grandison, Blue Ridge Sanatorium, Charlottesville, Virginia Perkins, Earl Claiborne, 1616 East Tuckahoe Street, Petersburg, Virginia Perkins, Gerald Loyd, 324 Walnut Street, Covington, Virginia Perry, Christopher H., Star Route, Floyd, Virginia Peverell, Patricia Lee, 229 Market Street, Salem, Virginia Phillips, Clarence, Vesta, Virginia Phillips, Rollie Ted, Route 2, Box 124, Willis, Virginia Powers, Brenda, Stevensville, Virginia Powell, Howard Randolph, Boys' Home, Covington, Virginia Prillman, Margaret Lillian, Callaway, Virginia Price, Warren David, Route 1, Rocky Mount, Virginia Pruitt, Johnnie lnsley, Box 177, Tangier, Virginia Purvis, Joyce Gail tMrs.J, Ferrum Junior College, Ferrum, Virginia Purks, William Emerson, King Forge, Virginia Pullen, Jr., Joseph Bonnette, 3826 Jason Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia Ramsey, James Douglas, Box 146, Greenville, Virginia Rau, Ruth Ann, 3635 Grandin Road Ext. S.W., Roanoke, Virginia Ratliff, Benton Alvin, Route 2, Box 27, Stuart, Virginia Reames, Waverly Grant, Ford, Virginia Reekes, Freddie, 303 High Street, Lawrenceville, Virginia Reed, Carol Anita, 1011 Kennedy Street, Falls Church, Virginia Regelman, Susan, Lexington Road, Girard, Pennsylvania Reynolds, Sandra Raines, Route 1, Box 11A, Newport, Virginia Rianhard, John Conrad, 7724 Marilea Road, Richmond 25, Virginia Richards, Elizabeth Batchelor, 3 Shirley Road, Newport News, Virginia Robins, Judy Garland, Deltaville, Virginia Rideout, Elizabeth Fltz, Stony Creek, Virginia Rigney, Marvin Garland, Oak Lane, Madison Heights, Virginia Robertson, Larry Melvin, 3900 W. Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia Roberts, John Graves, 2000 McDaniel Street, Portsmouth, Virginia Robins, Jr., Chester M., Stevensville, Virginia Rollins, John Bailey, IV, 1542 West Queen, Hampton, Virginia Rose, Mary Faye, Gasburg Rt., Lawrenceville, Virginia Ryan, Norvel White, Shawsville, Virginia Sandbank, Joe Count, 2923 S. Columbus Street, Arlington 6, Virginia Sandidge, Jr., Ashby Ross, 108 Connecticut Avenue, Lynchburg, Virginia Schumaker, Glenn W., Route 2, Palmyra, Virginia Schwartze, Carol Graham, 1 Beach Road Cape Arthur, Severna Park, Maryland Schwentfeger, Jay Patrick, 441 Taney Road, Manassas, Virginia Scott, Carol, Ferrum, Virginia Scott, Jr., Ralph T., P. O. Box 74, Wakefield, Virginia Scott, Otis Clifford, Box 205, Route 3, Ferrum, Virginia Seaman, Alton Richard, Roseland, Virginia Semones, Claude C., Box 253, Hillsville, Virginia Shaner, Jr., Stewart Etheridge, Ridge Street, Madison Heights, Virginia Shepherd, Eilene Carol, Gladys, Virginia Shelton, Michael Delmar, Whaleyville, Virginia Shield, David Gordon, 110 Dogwood Drive, Newport News, Virginia Shively, Thomas Wayne, Route 3, Ferrum, Virginia Simmons, Garland Lewis, Route 2, Moneta, Virginia Simms, Raymond Lee, Route 3, Box 88D, Spotsylvania, Virginia Simpson, Coy Wayne, Route 3, Gretna, Virginia Sink, Glen Curtis, Route 1, Rocky Mount, Virginia 176 Simpson, Lana Jean, 1420 Grace Avenue, Clifton Forge, Virginia Smith, David Michael, 7800 Nancy Drive, Norfolk, Virginia Smith, David Wilson, Route 2, Staunton, Virginia Smith, Gloria Allen, 131 Dent Street, Rocky Mount, Virginia Smith, Kathyrn Virginia, 3010 Lakota Road, Alexandria, Virginia Smith, Jr., John Davis, 331 Connecticut Avenue, Spartanburg, South Carolina Smotherman, Robert Allen, 30 Little Hunt Drive, Alexandria, Virginia Snider, Jerry David, 14 Randolph Road, Fredericksburg, Virginia Snow, Emmett Berkeley, 1102 Wasena Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia Spencer, Richard Bruce, 1011 Summit Lane, Roanoke, Virginia Stanley, Linda Paige, Route 4, Rocky Mount, Virginia Spotts, Laverne Mildred, 1108 73 Street, Newport News, Virginia Spry, Thomas Allen, 4432 Blemar Drive, Richmond, Virginia Spurlock, Jr., Edwin Carter, 216 Matthews Street, Lewisburg, West Virginia Stables, Marshall Dale, Box 163, North Street, Rich Creek, Virginia Stainback, William Clarance, 403 Franklin Street Emporia, Virginia Stanley, Jimmy Monroe, Meadows of Dan, Virginia Stanley, Jr., Freelyn V., 1638 Park Road, Waynesboro, Virginia Staton, Vernon Edward, 381 E. 29th Street, 'Buena Vista, Virginia Stevens, Thomas A., Stafford, Virginia Straw, Larry Lee, 815 South Oakland Street, Arlington, Virginia Sullivan, Willard Lee, 226 Alleghany Road, Hampton, Virginia Sutphin, Guy Robert, Route 1, Box 68, Max Meadows, Virginia Sutphin, Regina Virginia, Box 1 A, Newport, Virginia Sutton, Freeman Eugene, Rocky Mount, Virginia Swartz, Svelle Marie, 1341 Sewell Lane, Roanoke, Virginia Tanner, James G., 7409 Long Pine Drive, Springfield, Virginia Tambellini, Dave Snead, 1706 Maple Shade Lane, Richmond, Virginia Tatum, III, Norman C., 7308 Harlow Road, Richmond, Virginia Taylor, Fred Lusby, 306 35th Street, Virginia Beach, Virginia Taylor, Hubert Dwight, Route 2, Gladys, Virginia Terrell, Julia Neal, 2225 Maiden Lane, Roanoke, Virginia Thomas, David H., P. O. Box 382, Manassas, Virginia Thomas, Reva Sue, Route 2, Rocky Mount, Virginia Thomason, Martin Lee, 1318 Bellview Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia Thompson, James, William, Route 2, Renhook, Virginia Thompson, Suzanne Ruth, 3301 North Piedmont Street, Arlington, Virginia Thornton, Mildred Jane, Route 3, Box 137, Chatham, Virginia Thorp, Pamela, 1420 Buford Road, Richmond, Virginia Tilly, Diane Lee, P. O. Box 123, Rieldale, Virginia Tingle, James Edwin, 1170 Oberlin Drive, Alexandria, Virginia Tomlinson, Stephen, Route 2, Rocky Mount, Virginia Turman, Danny Warren, Box 201, Floyd, Virginia Turrnan, David Wayne, Box 201, Floyd, Virginia Turner, Denzil, Bassett, Virginia Tyree, Jr., Douglas R., 549 Rosser Avenue, Waynesboro, Virginia Tyree, Richard Wayne, Route 1, Rustburg, Virginia Veazey, Sue, 2609 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland Wade, Shirley Roland, Route 1, Amherst, Virginia Wagner, Jack Leonard, 1321 Chesapeake Avenue, Chesapeake, Virginia Walker, Jack Flanagan, 2617 South Bay, Georgetown, South Carolina Ward, James Wesley, Route 1, Moneta, Virginia Waterworth, John Richard, 40 Arnold Avenue, Radford, Virginia Watson, Dan Clinton, 1044 Salem Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia Webb, James Roger, P. O. 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