Ferrum College - Beacon Yearbook (Ferrum, VA)

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' , -if-,isugww ,, ,, ,, ' M ,, ,, " ,, ,L1 ,L " m x 'A 'f' ' ' 'kkki ' H' ' ' ' "4'fQ,1l W Q ' E r wi ' x L Y Y Z 'YH j ig Z ff? 1 3: iii Y 12, S 1 V 'Uri' x M- ' , A "1 III -' . 1 ' ff- "" ' ., 3a MU L ' ,"'I1TJ f'f' "ALE Exmww 'W " ' ,Qffl,,Q,j11,,g ,,,,,,, ww ,,,, . 5392 , ,,,,,,,, 'QW ,,,, ,,,,,, i M ,,,,,,,,,,, EFX ,wi - 21 , - :z a Wk of E ' M Y 'lv JW , ,J i V-Q1 -Sak Q l E iw' new - sw CAMPUS John Wesley Hall, the oldest building on our campus was erected in 1913. Wesley Hall formerly used as a. dorm- itory for girls, and then a dormitory for boys, but now is becoming an office building. jofn ZUesQy cygecfgam Jfai Entrance to Administration Building Apartments for Married Students Woferfs Roberts Hall stands in the cen- ter of the campus. Roberts is ever dear to the hearts of the girls. 7 ' im' i' 'Y' ' 7" 7'-f'f' " ': i r-fair H ., . ,I .2..Y.,,'.-,A,,.,, xv lifwf 41,4 V min: 4 WLM: 4... , " ' ml .5 n-,f.u-.'- ,N ' xy 1" ' H . .1 ,fm . - , ,N ., A L A . ' J.. m. W. ' . -.flgiie-115.3 E-...mu New Faculty Homes 5544? im W' 1i?5fZff+e,+1 f' ' U Nz W3 A K- I 3571 I if Wg! ,,1 , 1, gg 1 1 . 3 N35 gi ?5'5 ff? H' Q D as-ii' ' " f W" -,ggi-g,4fa'G . PM A rd f . vrgq ,I ,151-3-,4S1f',9,9 t 4 igfsmif +z 'A lv 9 Q... -- 'V' x 'Y ' A 'ff - ,."ww , Q l yj - - is V- , Vw - 1 1 ,q ,, , -1 - QQ 12 'aw' 1 ' 11 l 3' V , - -- .A vp- ur ' . - U ,fo . if v jfpv-F' J 1' ,Q 5 Within our distinctive buildings the Search for individual- . ' ism is the student's challenge to, each new phase of campus We Cgvgovfgefvf dpef life. It is an endless quest for more knowledge and a stim- ulus to strive for a personal greatness. And this personal greatness begins here, where we live and work together. an offfe go unfazkz sfanofzkz ffe cenfer 0 our campus JOAD ,ZWQSEY Jfai W ,........, -., ., -HY up i '- '---Y A---...,...V.,..-.u,,w A 1 CAMPUS Thls L1brary erected To The Glory of God Lula Vandershce Br1tt The Women's MISSIOHRTY Soc1ety The Vlrglnla Conference 1930 PY . . of Now becomes the home of the Music Department. Phil- As we enter the campus we cannot help but pause at the gorgeous fall colors. Students by nature seek varied programs for a social side of student life . . . Many close friendships are formed under the maples. Homecoming Game-- Our boys come on the field dur- ing the Homecoming Game. Homecoming events-- The crowning of The Queen, and The Football Game. We Won! I Another phase is the develop ment of physical alertness. BB' The President' s Home The physical plant of Ferrum College was dually enhanced this year. Anew girl's dormitory, Bassett Hall, was erected and the campus saw the addition of a lake between the boy's dormitory complex and the main campus. At the center of campus life lies the beautiful home of the col1ege's President and his family. It is around this home that the social life of the campus centers, be it formal or informal. And it is here that each member of the "Ferrum Family" finds a warm Welcome by the President and his gravious Wife. Bassett Hall 'J Y :Z . IN "w'ggg:.,.-j- .Y Qi? , 2475? gf, 1, . fm, 1 " W: 52 W ,N J, , fgjgfgjy "' QQ... L ,W 3325435525 ' w N ff: ,qzggp F ,' J mff H "1 1223? E7 LE? EET ax.- a1:f.1p:5'aeg.x Lake L Y f Chapman Hall Frankhn Hall CAMPUS gclfggl' M as seen from Chapman N M 9 Q vm 5 V M I I' , 1 Q v as 1 1 T M x jx I N N in aw Bw w we Www M M V , . X N X ,X I , A y X X W A E, i , 1'- ,-4.e:4l-i'L, 1634- L, 'In our sciencerbuilding we seek the answers to nature's problems. The 'scientific student is Amer- ica'swa.sset. Here we prepare for the future, Here we ask WHY-- and the answers are found. The enchanting colors of The Maples as seen across campus. Qaffef 3221! if if "' n, Within our Chapel we realize the existence of a being greater than iCSC500g9!-Of Ggdpei man. It is here that we come to seek 1i:Ee's purpose Here we know that every sight we see attests the living presence of our God It is here that we ARE. , . . ,el .:,v,.,.v, - -L. .- A .., 3 5-1-T.: ,. Jil? ' Ill ll: .BZ Ze 3: lun' Ill' ill 2:15 ll. J f. L. .I A u T 0 The Builders , f J- lf ,- ,- swf g , 'nm r 1, ,. ' Us ::'l,g L , . i. , 0: - . A., . il "L '- ufwwm , W MG . :-: -:- - - aa 1 "3 F" 1-Z' ' - ,,- -W -.- E 'fun wh. ' ' H - - l --L ,ni H' 'H E - ' l- 3? Q- .U . .. Je? H. H. - 25 . .l.-, see -me-at , A, as .. , f ,. , .l..1,,-E. . -1 'fel ll. H1 vt . T - -- A, A., . ' 'lf , Y ET4 ' ,.: , W ,E h' "'Vl ig.. ' Z -, -,w rw'- , 5 'p-' ' f is..-N - -,I IE? , f E f 5-1 , is J: X :Q , ' I Q pf f 7 r l -if i W . it V I . .sw-.H l - it 35, Wi?-F dl. , HSE... , f 3 5 V FH' Z Y. new .1 1,1 : , V vigil.. C" : H ' uw '-' iv 5 . . 4 5 if 1 3 .- up ,W 1 5, is , ,. Q, H , , 5. if . We bask in reflected glory when we see the great changes and advancements that have turned Ferrum College into what it is today. We look around us and see a campus that at one time consisted of five ma- jor buildings, but which in a short period of time has seen the addition of many new and beautiful struc- tures. Add to this growth enumerable landscaping and beautification projects and we view the campus that we are so justly proud of today. What we see did not happen overnight. The rising of our new modernistic campus is the result of years of planning, working, and visioning -- visioning on the part of our President and others. But visions are fantasies without the man to put them into brick and mortar form. We remember with great admiration the spring of 1955 when you came, at the request of our Presi- dent, to help him raise our college from the final hours that seemed to be engulfing it. We recall the many occasions that you have given of your time and personal resources so that the dream of a beautifully built Christian college could be realized. Because we know that behind the beautiful lies a man who did much toward building its foundations, because we see in you those great and admirable traits of Christian dedication, love, generosity and hu- mility, because you are unsurpassed in wit, sly sayings and clever remarks which bring a smile to every lip andawarmth to the coldest hearty because we wish to honor a man who has built from dreams in blue- print, who has devoted 12 years of his life to our college, we dedicate the 1966 BEACON to you MR. JAMES T. WILSON, JR. F"' ':" 16 Vw '- ' mmf' 155-f m zu . YNHNMY x uw .fm Si QV. gg... ml E . 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' 1.1111111111 11 1 1 .1-5-12-H f g11111-- F .-eg '1 A .1 .say 1,11 1 al., .1 R -: 1:4 F r 114.1 ' ' 1 1 - 15: 1 1. 1 nf 135.113 'Lei : ,- fat, 1 .1 .19 111- 1 1-e . . 1,11 , , . time -if .1 11,--..-:V 1 .st -1411 QL I ,1, 11 1.-,.1t,., .4.J .11- ,. .,1.1.1,, Sa 1-115 11 -I' 1 'ifyelii 1 1: if il rid" 1 M ll "eu: : 'emu L 1'q11" 5,1155 -31,111-'FPS ' , 'Il 1' IE . 111. .1115 2 . 111"'1M111-11211 :A 11 1f. ,' I 1 111 111 111 , l .1115-51. WH1111-1 13- 111.11 , Q 1,511 1. ' 11 . 1. fs 1 ff"-'--v "E . 1111" 1 ..1. 5-- 1kT'i' QI .'T 1.1 I .l i .,g1 Dedication to one's job is perhaps the key word to success. This becomes especially true when we see the athletic program at Ferrum today. We thrill to the glories of victory, whether on the football field, the basketball and tennis courts, the baseball diamond or the golf course. We take pride in a well- developed program of intramural sports and physical education. Little do we look behind it all and see the many years of work that went into developing this successful type of program. You came to Ferrum and visualized what hard work and dedication might one day produce. You set to workto develop the best possible type of athletic program -- not so much for the honor and glory of the school, but for the physical, moral, well-rounded development of the student. You've shown us in your classes the great knowledge you have of your chosen field. You've shown us dedication to your work and the enthusiasm needed to carry it out. You've taught us -- you've counseled with us -- you've even gone as far as to seranade us with the music of folk and square. You've dismissed us with "thoughts for the day" g thoughts though trite as they may seem, prove the devotion you hold to- ward developing a well-rounded adult citizen. ' Because we have come to realize the dedication that is yoursg because we appreciate what you have given to both the college and to each individual studentg because we admire and respect you for what you areg we are proud to dedicate the 1966 BEACON to you MR. EDGAR EUGENE EVANS, JR. 5... ,M . 11 E N '21, esfM'3Wg5'111 -- . .-11.11. 1' 1 H " 17 ' 1- '- 1 11? 'l "2 ' iff My 11111 11 f11l . M , j ,- 14,5 5 111-11 1 1- W -11.11111f.1515w: 1 11 111 51 11 11 11 1 gM5111M,111 15 ,..1.1.1s1.1e1.111.1.f.- .11 . g..,...1,. m. .. ii. ,....1 W W M-.. W-1m.11- 4 W - -:- -avl- I7 OFFICERS Dr. James G. Snead Chairman The Board of TTUSJICCS Lloyd B. Mize First vice chairman Mrs. J. Boyd Tyrell Second Vice Chairman Dr. George S. Lightner Secretary . ina: ,- .. was - Dr. Harry Balthis Mr. Thomas N. Barbour Mr. J. E. Bassett, Sr. Mr. Howard Belanga Dr. Evelyn Berry Mrs. J. A. Berry Mr. C. P. Blair Dr. John Blakemore Reverend R. E. Cardwell Mrs. T. F. Cooke Mr. Horace G. Dyer Dr. Harold H. Fink Mrs. J. E. Gleason Mr. Daniel L. Grantham Bishop Walter C. Gum Mr. Howard Gwaltney Reverend Ralph L. Haga Mrs. A. Paul Hartz Dr. Harold H. Hughes, Sr. Mr. Wiley Jackson Reverend Roscoe C. Johnson Dr. T. E. Landis Mrs. E. H. Lane, Sr. Mr. Barlow K. McEachern Reverend John A. McKenry Mrs. Dewey B. Mullins 18 Mrs. E. W. Pitzer Dr. Roland P. Riddick Mrs. Harold A. Rowe Dr. Carl G. Sanders Mr. Louis Spilman Mrs. W. B. Spong Mrs. Thomas B. Stanley Dr. James Turner Mr. W. C. Vaughan Mr. Robert L. Wallace Mr. Forrest Williams Mr. Charles A. Womack Reverend Raymond F. Wrenn Those who inspire and instruct us are . Gaze jgreszknf C. RALPH ARTHUR B.S. in Bus. Adm., University of Richmond B.D., Duke University Divinity School L.L.D., University of Richmond Dr. Arthur first came to Ferrum in 1954. Since that time the college has experienced phenomenal growth and development. Increasing enrollment, higher academic standards, new buildings and facilities are a partial witness to the progress the college has made under his leadership. What we see today are results of his dreams for Ferrum in the past. What We will see in the future are his dreams for Ferrum today. 19 Mr. Raymond T. Holmes is the Vice-President of Busi- ness Affairs. He is also the Business Manager of the College. Mr. Holmes came to Ferrum in 1957. He holds a B.S. Degree in Business Administration from the Univer- sity of Richmond where he received Phi Beta Kappa honors. He is a certified Public Accountant. It is with much regret that Mr. Holmes leaves us. 1 5 3 ,A Y 9 , 1 3 20 wean gffge Gokye Mr.- Fred O. Wygal is the Dean of the College. Dean Wygal first came to Ferrum in 1964, taking on the position of Dean of Students. In 1965, he assumed his new duties as Dean of the College. He received his A.B. Degree from Emory and Henry Col- lege and his M.A. Degree from the University of Virginia. Mr. Clyde R. Seeley A Business Manager A.B. Drake University Mr. Seeley comes in the second semester as the new Busi- ness Manager of the college. ur Dean I Dean of Women Miss Constance Faye Wood A.A. Ferrum Junior College A.l3., Lynchburg College M.A., Scarritt College James R. Hartbarger' A.B., Salem College 55 1' WW Wim ,.l,: 'li'mJf'1l"-fir1",f ll' A .E gli? W J V Y V 'lfjegsf ' p or -U-ziijgiji -zl ij: V -, V :,,.: H Q 4 4,,f' 5 V, is 1 i :N 5 N 1 iff? 17" f ' E 'i' ll fxr' -" V M . Q ' .., 5 --- his fa Yg,,,.illhil5HQmei?gy, , ,jg gg ' 'T Y, H if: A I ,gi 1, 1, ff 1. - I ,-get r Y - aw Z' -. 1 . 1 v A ' i mv College C ap aln up lrlilillel- no glib l l luuiuwnwuul we , fi Rev. George Wesley Jones is the Chaplain of the if Y N MW college. His are the responsibilities of the religious life on campus and it is he who has proved to be such a 1 great friend and counselor to those in need of spiritual guidance. Rev.Jones received his A.B. from Randolph- Macon College and his B.D. from Duke University. 21 FACULTYA D STAFF Anne D. Acey Director of Admissions A.B., Greensboro College M.A., Northwestern University Edward Adams Music A.B., University of North Carolina M.M., East Carolina College James S. Angle English A.A., Ferrum Junior College A.B., M.Ed., College of William and Mary Anne B. Burch Business Education B.S., Radford College Deroy Campbell Sociology A.B., Randolph-Macon College M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Hiawatha Crosslin Women's Physical Education, Education A.B., Baylor University B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D., University of Texas William G. Dail, Jr. Biology B.S., Carson-Newman College M.A., Appalachian State Teachers College Benjamin P. Divers, Jr. Physics, Mathematics B.S., Lynchburg College M.T.S., College of William and Mary Edgar Eugene Evans Physical Education and Intramural Athletics A.B., Lynchburg College M.S., University of Tennessee William E. Fitzgerald Music A.B., M.A.T., University of North Carolina Douglas W. Foard History A.B., Randolph-Macon College M.A., University of Virginia FACULTYA TAFF Esther Fox Psychology A.B., National College M.A., The American University Richard Giesen Mathematics B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute M.S., Radford College Murrell K. Glover Chemistry, Geology M.A., East Carolina College D.D., Elizabethtown College Marion G. Goodpasture, Jr. Extension Director A.B., B.D., Asbury College Joseph N. Harker Mathematics A.B., Lynchburg College M.A., Peabody College for Teachers Lolene Hodges Business Education B.S., Radford College M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, PY- -,--E , E Franklin B. Hurt History, Political Science A.B., Washington and Lee University w :Aww ' 1 M.A., Princeton Univ. and Univ. of Va. F , , " Robert M. Lacy ' Economics ' f - ' A.B., Allegheny College Q X M.A., Ohio State University Robert S. Ledbetter Bible B.A., Erskine College B.D., Union Theological Seminary Carlos A. Loop French, English M.A., College of William and Mary B.D., University of the South W. Craven Mackie Drama, English, Speech A.B., Guilford College M.A., University of North Carolina 23 Q-at -Qui' X 7 56.14 ,3- Ee-I fi.. KN'- -A '54 mn FACULTYA D STAFF .9 IFN qu' " ,. B. Davis Mann Director of Development B.A., Virginia Military Institute B.S., Georgetown University Edilberto Marban Spanish A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of Havana Hilda Marban Spanish A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of Havana Melvin Maxey French A.B., M.A., Univ. of Richmond B.D., S. Baptist Theological Seminary Richard T. Milam Agriculture, College Postmaster B.S., M.Ed., V.P.I. C. Lee Morris English A.B., Randolph-Macon College M.Ed., College of William and Mary W. H. Norton, Jr. Director of Athletics, Football Coach A.B., Lynchburg College M. Ed., University of Virginia Elizabeth Pryor English A.B., M.A., University of Georgia M.A., Scarritt College Robert E. Purvis Art, Director of Student Activities A.B., Lynchburg College Glen A. Robertson Director of Public Relation Studies at Trinity University Marjorie Rosemond English A.B., Newcomb College M.A., University of North Carolina FA CULTYA TAFF Carol Sandidge Women's Physical Education A.B., Longwood College Harriet Sapper Music B.M., New England Conservatory M.M., University of Illinois J. Glenn Shelton Mathematics B.S., Lynchburg College M.A.T., University of North Carolina Patricia T. Sites Business Education B.S., Radford College M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Earl G. Skeens, Jr. History A.B., M.Ed., University of Virginia Paul E. Smith Bible, History M.A., Harvard Univ.g Boston Univ. B.D., Columbia Seminary Geoffrey L. Story, Jr. Religion B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute M.A., Northwestern University Margaret Thomas Librarian A.B., Birmingham-Southern College A.B., L.S., Emory University John L. Thompson English A.B., Roanoke College C. Richard Tillis Biology B.S., M.Ed., Florida State Univ. Thomas A. Tipton Economics, Financial Aid B.S., East Tennessee State Univ. M.S., East Tennessee State Univ. 'QW' 9 X . if XX -1.14. 151 25 FACULTYA TAFF li is Y I it xl! M, fy uw? ":' 1 ii" , 1 ,el A .'.,. W Vi 1-.":,,g, el iff f'-Q' Nl" an -. ' if 4' his Q - 'l I E , V if,-fi, ig ,yffi tg" ,v1"?fEJ"if it-nt in: its in ,f""':,ff- 32 E, Wi?" w Q, . Lb' r 35 iff. V l lp! If: fr-'ff-5 : E 26 Rickey D. Tolley Physical Education, Baseball Coach B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute M.A., University of Virginia Raymond A. Warlick Acting Director of Testing and Guidance A.B., High Point College M.A., Duke University Freeda W. Watson Assistant Registrar A.A., Ferrum Junior College Barbara H. White English A.B., Longwood College M.Ed., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Jackson H. White Biology A.B., University of Richmond M.Ed., University of Virginia Ralph J. Wimmer History A.B., Roanoke College M.Ed., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Mrs. Dorothea Wilburn Associate Librarian A.B., Goucher College B.S.L.S., Drexel Institute James T, Wilson, Jr. Superintendent of Buildingsg Construction Engineer Tobe M. Clark Manager of Laundry Diploma, Ferrum Junior College Margaret Clark Assistant Registrar National Business College Joy L. Carter Supervisor of Mechanical Maintenance FACULTYA TAFF Jane B. Carter Secretary, Business Office National Business College Mrs. Diamond Boyd Secretary Dan River Training Department Mrs. Martha G. Boyer Receptionist-Cashier Business Office Miss Mildred Buckner Chief Accountant A.A., Ferrum Junior College Mr. J. B. Cranford Supervisor of Custodians and Cleaning Mrs. Louise K. Eggleston Resident Counselor Bassett Hall Mrs. Virginia Gilbert College Nurse R.N., Martin Memorial School of Nursing Mrs. Gail Gilmer Secretary to the Dean Studies at Longwood Dr. J. M. Green College Physician and Surgeon A.B., Washington and Lee University M.D., University of Virginia Mrs. J. N. Gwaltney Administrative Assist. to Pres. Miss Jane Hardy Assistant Resident Counselor Roberts Hall FACULTYA TAF X 1 N in K i., W R 1' 'H 1iwn'uwu' mmf m-vi V f'i Mrs. Janet S. Hodges Office Manager, Development Office A.A., Ferrum Junior College Mrs. Margaret H. Holloway Resident Counselor Roberts Hall Julius Jameson A.A., Ferrum Junior College Studies, V.P.I. Mrs. A. B. Mays Resident Counselor Riddick Hall Margaret Prillaman Secretary, Public Relations A.A., Ferrum Junior College Mrs. Lena Roberts Resident Counselor Chapman Hall Carol Scott Secretary A.A., Ferrum Junior College Mrs. Sandra Scott Secretary Ferrum Junior College Mrs. Thurman Scott Infirmary Assistant Helen Shanks Resident Counselor Susannah Wesley Hall Ollie Stultz Resident Counselor Susannah Wesley Hall FACULTYA James E. Toler Manager of Bookstore Diploma, Ferrum Junior Mrs. Gladys Taylor Dietitian and Director of Food Services Mrs. Mary H. Whitehead Resident Counselor Bassett Hall k 5- gif . College lwfllz' S' 1A'f vr-'1 G. wi.. Sze, -1- L - f- A, -3 A Q ligtgfgal tfttt-1' "EA 115 Mrs. Alma R. Winton Resident Counselor Chapman Hall Mrs. Luther Wood Assistant Manager of Snack Bar Brenda Sue Dooley Secretary Via Tech and Research Roanoke, Virginia Edna L. Roberson Secretary, Library National Business College Stenography iq TAFF ,,1.Yi., . i M H'.n' Xt.vvv M., ,,...,. ia- 1.,--.,-.1 ,.1.-,. , A. is H' 525 Student'Glove1'nment Association E as President 1 Q ' Donnie Brown D. Brown J. Sherry J. Henderson E. Pippin E. Rorrer J. Wynne T. Dunkum L. Batten V. Croft J. Ebheart B. Griffith J. Carter S. Baker W. West C. Leake A. Martin B. Elsberg C.Fisher T. Kessinger L. Wellons M ,ff as E., sr in , Taft! ng Q.. W1 ,, ms 'SKI ZEN: 9311212 RRS? 1 gms Ei saga ea dyes. it awp!-.5 L F The Student Government Association of Ferrum Junior College marked its 10th Anniversary in 1965 and in 1966 came closer to realizing its founding ideals and goals than in any other year in its decade of progress. Adhering closely to the college's ideal of per- sonal freedom through personal responsibility, the Student Government Association has striven to pro- mote a pride and a spirit that would give solidarity and strength to the individual student as well as to the overall college community. Secretary-Treasurer Ellen Rorrer . as Q se . 1:5314 ,,,. 1 Qu Y :wigs-f in 1 ' !'X?:?25 We ' Mgr s:L3e4,Je4L-QM -aw.: 1. 30 J Q' 11 .. . .,,.. 1.273 Y new H 8 1 'X 11 f. L , , . ...iw--21: Q, . X, 4... as 1, 1 .f.,,f2y1.1',.gz.1 " P 11- M 1 11 11111 '111 .. 3 .14 .. S I Q Q 1 f 1 ffm 1 The Student Council is the legislative branch of Ferrum's Student .3 Government and consists of the President, the Vice-President, and the Secretary-Treasurer which are elected by the entire student body as well as one representative from each class and one for the day students. This group of representatives along with the three faculty advisors allows for the optimum of student participation while serving as an intermediary between the students and the administration. The Stu- dent Government Association is, has been, and will continue to be one of the positive forces for student-faculty responsiveness at Ferrum Junior College. An integral part of Ferrum's Student Government is its honor system. Through it, the faculty is assured that the honor code's pro- visions against lying, cheating, and stealing will be enforced. 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Stalvey A 'xi ' A 'NY lVlISS MARY VIRGINIA DELONG Professor of English, A.B., Elizabeth College, M.A., University of Virginia, Ferrum College 1958- yn grzgufe fo Me yfemory gf MISS MARY DELONG By Carlos Loop Miss Mary DeLong, our friend And fellow-laborer for many fruitful years, Remembered as a teacher par excellance, Whose every student's name was inscribed Upon her heart as well as in her book, She demonstrated a steadfast loyalty To her superiors, and willingness to go the second mile That some slow learner might comprehend A point in grammar, or a preposition Through her efforts, buttressed by love and patience. Unexcelled in teaching the deficient, the handicap- Ped, The underpriviliged whom Fortune frowned upon- Not even one of these she let wander from her fold. By dint of toil and ceaseless struggle she, too Ascended the rungs of Education's steep ladder. Daily Ambition's dream to achieve and appreciate A better way of life she shared with all. 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N 3- s :V 5 F , 11 ,s. 1 W' 1 . wwf' .' v -e. 1 L , f Qi I. ., I Dig ig At the beginning of every new year, it is a tradition that the Sophomore Class sponsor Rat Weekfor the Freshmen. This event brought about a closeness between the Sophomores and the Freshmen, which produced a spirit that has never been equaled at Ferrum. The Sophomores have played other important rolls in the growth of the school. The football and basketball teams have prospered greatly due to the outstanding con- tributions ofthe Sophomores. During the year the Sophomores have worked hard to make this one of the most successful years that Ferrum has ever experienced. V' Davidson, Mitchell, Diggs w - ,Qi ' fUV Q . 'Ikzff 'RS-f' Jessi 'Q kv gr John E. Anderson Covington, Va.. Education Joe L. Anthony Spencer, Va. A.B. John D. Arthur Richmond, Va. Bus. Adm. Andrew Y. Austin Waynesboro, Va. B.S. Sandra Ayers Augusta, N. J. A.B. David A. Backus Arlington, Va. A.B. David E. Baker Maple Grove,.Va. A.B. Susan C. Baker Arlington, Va. Education William Baldwin Gloucester, Va. A.B. sf' - 1 ,H 99' ,milf wk?" fl 1,5 an Watkins Abbitt Appomattox, Va. A.B. Stephen M . Abramson Virginia Beach, Va. A.B. David M. Allen Floyd, Va. B.S. Elizabeth Amos Sydnorsville, Va.. Education .Eva we we '1- 'T l ,.., Q' :mit we . ll .nf S OPH OM ORE S fe 1 V 4 . 'Sw ner! . -.1 Anna f ' L , f ff., . l r 9 wx D yi? new Y ...el Hui. 5,53 ' VLHETJ Q .N , gf" T M 1" ' ' H W 1 'w I I , by H ,X AJ . i I 3 , 5? .ggi Y E 523 . Jig H ww in-1 w Eff i f 14 fi- l I F- f sang Y if 1 ,' ' N FE- H - 955' - eaizi I ,nn-1 fl - ll l LY H in i xfx. x V M AQ, Y .Y , 1 2 1 my A 1 f .. , H I K, ,z i "Fi , 1 E ' . ' . . V' W. ,' A gem h lf. :XA H H an 1 ,Z nw sagem, l 3 gil Q. 'f - as Lg, 2 ,f 1 ' 6,3 Q' nazi" nl: 1? -ffiifxiiiliku ll ' l " . 7"7Q..p5w 1 '- ' W ' ,f ' X. 'ii ,ii , If A .U K - f fa ff B f. pa hawa ii 'L -- - .1 A i A ,-. xi, . Y fs?" 5: ' ,, I., V 4 A 1 : D A ' f :-.' Q 1 38 '1"5.L, William Ballew Staunton, Va. Education Cheryl A. Barger Fishersville, Va. Education Randolph Barlow Smithfield, Va. Bus. Adm. Paul H. Barnard Roanoke, Va. A.B. 5. e . ' ., Q 'u f , , ,5,,,.,,- M.. 'H an ' me V' gif v , ,.,.,. , 5, ,M J... ,W .L J. , --S if fi Aw - 54? . . ef tali , , 4 . gf I ,. ,Y .3 559' IGN 1' , ,, ??, xi. - : , .ha L 1 . N... gt. L . Wm rm - .ff F, Wi. 5 H .i , Kay A. Barnett Arlington, Va. Education Wirt D. Bartlett Centerville, Md. B.S. John P. Batte McKenny, Va. Education Lindy W. Batten Smithfield, Va. Bus. Adm. David L. Bayne McLean, Va. Bus. Adm. Shirley C. Beavers Middleburg, Va. Agric. George B. Bell Hopewell, Va. B.S. Mattie I. Bell Bedford, Va. Sec. Sci. Herbert T. Belote Onancock, Va. Bus. Adm. Eli diggs Way all l W.. 1 l H H ta "FHWA-FD, gf I 'K' as-t Melvin Blankenship Powhatan, Va. A. B. James F. Blodgett Palmyra, Va. Agric. Ronald J. Bobrowski Irvington, N. J. ' Education Jane C. Bohannon Meherrin, Va. Education Barry Bowles Martinsville, Va. A.B. John W. Bowman Redwood, Va. Education Bruce V. Boxley Louisa, Va. A.B. Ann Brady Springfield, Va. A.B. William L. Braford Natural Bridge, Va. Education 'll ax.. ig., ' s 153532 in r . . 2 ll' E 49-""f-' '57, suse, 'jf-131 i :ess I 3 f,.?.f'lsa?' -. l i y. , N. f 'PT l James E. Belshan Disputanta, Va. A.B. Gary Bennett Roanoke, Va. Bus. Adm. Patricia Blackwell Charlottesville, Va. Sec. Sci. James C. Bland Richmond, Va. A.B. aj-35? , :mug as H em SQPHOMORES 55? ig, 40 'W' 1 EST? H '-se "gd can-,nm if iv---!j William P. Brann Heathsville, Va. B.S. Ronald C. Brewster Chesterfield, Va. Education Frances E. Britton Petersburg, Va. Education Florence Brower Hume, Va. A.B. W. .Q ,.,, . H ii., .H V' W- ' ,. ,v .rf fkrz U Ji C a, -f' kf Q. .' 2 -A -Q' -- ' V . , . N i T W 4 41 .sm nwaegagir. ii i QW' .fs , .. i ia.. Joseph H. Brower Waynesboro, Va. A.B. Donald E. Brown Amherst, Va. A.B. Donald L. Brown Staunton, Va. Education Lucy P. Brown Powhatan, Va. Education Jimmy Bryant Vinton, Va. A. B. William Bryant Newport News, Va B.S. Leon K. Bryner Arlington, Va. Bus. Adm. Leonard E. Buchanan Appomattox, Va. A. B. Linda Burchill Arlington, Va. Education l. V in xg. 7 fl, ,Lf " ' -iv. . '1 1 ' ' "T , 5 :J ' ' ki in ti x - f Wi' ' " Q f . '13 1,- , ,, . . , - ,.' ,gives-2" ' 1.1, i C i ., - l. e 5 Al V V. " 1 k y, Y I J. ,, 1' p ' " . " " Y nm ' Q-, ' 3-K Y W ""' ,ma Stephen L. Burton Critz, Va. Education David I. Byers Stewart, Va. Agric. Nicholous Byrne Arlington, Va. A.B. Thomas E. Cahn Hopewell, Va. A.B. Samuel L. Camden Buena Vista, Va. , A.B. V Jerry O. Campbell Madison, Va. A.B. David Canada Phenix, Va. A. B. Alex Carter Lynchburg, Va. B.S. Irma R. Carter Patrick Springs, Va. Sec. Sci. John H. Burks Glasgow, Va. A.B. Gloria Burleigh Rocky Mount, Va. A.B. William A. Burris Ruther Glen, Va. Bus. Adm. James Burton Halifax, Va. Bus. Adm. 42 John C. Carter Arlington, Va. A.B. Donald A. Cherrix Chincoteague, Va.. Bus. Adm. Donald W. Clark Alexandria, Va. Agric. Roy S . Clark North Garden, Va. A.B. EEE 'Ti 'f E w i 2 :realm E "-53"! f"'Te" Y E' Q w , w 3 , l wwf' L ,,-.-N. f gif au .554 I 4 M fi 5. h mf-A H, :. E ,m .en H Y fn, W , la: REX Hagan I4 Q4 , K t A .. gi 1: 43 Billy L. Clear Saltville, Va. Education Eugene W. Clements Manquin, Va. Agric. Louis G. Clements Rocky Mount, Va. Agric. Beverly Cliborne Richmond, Va. Occ. Th. Richard A. Climenhaga Falls Church, Va. B.S. James C. Coffey Staunton, Va. Bus. Adm. Edmond M. Cohn Richmond, Va. Bus. Adm. Mary M. Coleman Lynchburg, Va. B.S. Ray S. Coleman Green Bay, Va. Agric. .. :ji I ' f 4 - 1' F 'K v- E .L-, -. ,u 1.1, "V, Barry H. Cornwall Arlington, Va. A.B. Janet F. Cosner Charlottesville, Va. Education Jimmy Cox Hurndon, Va. Agric. Robert W. Cox Max Meadows, Va. Bus. Adm. Joe Crabtree Kingwood, W. Va. A.B. Ernest Craighead Calloway, Va. Bus. Adm. Kathleen A. Critchlow Arlington, Va. B.S . Virginia R. Croft Arlington, Va. Nursing Wade V. Crutchfield LaCrosse, Va. Education .JIS .Q l Eh' 25 is 1 in 5. Ronald J. Compton Hurt, Va. Education John O. Cook Portsmouth, Va. Bus . Adm. Linda A. Cooper Virginia Beach, Va. Bus . Adm. Mary Ann Copeland Fieldale, Va. Occ. Th. 44 1966 Steve Curling Chesapeake, Va. X Education Dianne Dale Richmond, Va. A. B. Dianne Dalton fBarbourJ Hurt, Va. A. B. James T. Davidson Richmond, Va. Education 1 Q,-,-1 e H H. H H Q H H w uw H H ' 4.4. -, 1 g 5.m.w 5. iqiilll 5 E :ur ,, , , w Wllfilflliuw mlllmlll l JS an Shirley M. Davis Spotsylvania, Va. Education Claudia A. Day Triangle, Va. Education Michael G. Day Forest, Va. Religous Education Opal DeLong Goode, Va. Education Tom Denny Danville, Va. Education Burnett Deyerle Roanoke, Va. A. B. Carolyn F. Deyerle Roanoke, Va. A.B. Barbara E. Dickison Blairstown, N. J. A.B. Natalie J. Dierkes Arlington, Va. Sec. Sci. T ae 'Ewa .,. a Rebecca Duifey Stafford, Va. Sec. Sci. Robert N. Duncan Amelia, Va. Agric. Thomas R. Dunkum Dillwyn, Va. A.B. Diane D. Duty Buckingham, Va. Education William M. Dyson Richmond, Va. Liberal Arts Warren Elliott Richmond, Va. Bus. Adm. Marylyn Ernrick Fairfax, Va. Sec. Sci. Kenneth C. Euglow Portsmouth, Va. A.B. Daniel L. Farris Boonesmill, Va. B.S. Charles M. Diggs Waynesboro, Va. A.B. Connie R. Dillon Roanoke, Va. Education William G. Doherty Moorestown, N. J. Education Linda J. Dudley Rocky Mount, Va. Sec. Sci. S OPH OM ORE S 46 mg David L. Ferguson Roanoke, Va. B.S. Carol Fisher Claremont, Va. Occ. Th. Lyndall Fisher Gordonsville, Va. A. B. Harry L. Flanigan Virginia Beach, Va. A.B. 2 ,. ':Q:f!2.4vf1, bm ., w W ni 'T L In 223' A ala Mill H ,122 , V ' U it M . n,iisii 47 'Eg 5 1 , N ii. as , ra A'-57 7 'W :E I-V 4.1.9.-ea: , 1 Q X H. ' M Ha ml ' is ng 'rm fd , .3 .f f ff, 1 at A A Tu E? .5 . , , M Q. W- f- ' 3 Q w uwiiiwj X 1 V FQ HM. gm aa r' n Z i . 1' . J A . ff M 1 53 N H 5 .. M as it if .. it it Linda E. Fletcher Annandale, Va. Sec. Sci. Michael D. Flora Chesapeake, Va. Bus. Adm. Galen P. Floyd Buena Vista, Va. B.S. William T. Ford Radford, Va. Bus. Adm. David Forrest Hampton, Va. A.B. Dwight L. Fralin Copper Hill, Va. Bus. Adm. Betty J. Franklin Bedford, Va. Education Arnold M. Freeman Chesapeake, Va. A.B. Robert Frost Arlington, Va. Bus. Adm. 'iq an-in... i' r es y 55 Qi it in ' w : vu HWH' . m W.. 5 Ez: 4 WNFE l awe. fag- ,fi ff. ' ik' W 'lpxujft .1 5. Michael H. Gearheart Roanoke, Va. Bus. Adm. Suzanne H. Gerberich Roanoke, Va. Nursing Mildred J. Gibbs Standardsville, Va. A.B. Dennis Gill Union Level, Va. Agric. Dorothy W. Glading Vienna, Va. A.B. James W. Golladay Stephen City, Va. Bus. Adm. Berkeley Gray Roanoke, Va. A.B. David Graybeal Wytheville, Va. Bus. Adm. Christopher Greer Richmond, Va. A.B. Patricia Furman Chesterfield, Va. Education Woodson Gardner Martinsville, Va. Agric. Benjamin B. Garnett Rice, Va. B.S. Donna S. Gates Lanham, Md. Sec. Sci. S OPH OM ORE S mem if r--.A 'ug " m uu1LgTu1"Hu H" , I 41: . m m .eev.'1",'g5 M 1-1+ Jfigfii , ,, ,-......1. , - Yi.: ,- - Ji . ef :-L A Qz- e e , n 1 ' flat? . ex my 48 1966 fm- ..1'.'v.. ..: .. .. H -.ra -UL- .. , ,- ga 'L ,N .., 1 .I ,flu 1 .. , .jd Lp Il. I H-S. 1. M' '. l ' .H I- l 1 .F fl .WEP f waitin 1 N T st. 11, .W .,f' "' -'M ' ... USF ,fl .l JU" " ut 4 5' ... ' nr' 4' 1 5.731 .- Q J L I Pilwv' -H IMI' , E '- gif' . . .. . 3 f. A1 . M , -3 Q , X HN QF , .-kg Cass., 'F-er' ,F fa ff 1 . .. . . I Julia Greene Richmond, Va. Education Bruce A. Griffith Woolwine, Va. Agric. Thomas E. Griffiths Cleveland, Ohio Bus. Adm. Virginia Griggs Churchland, Va. A. B. 353 4 xiii' 'tl If -ez l , Y ii.. ,Mi N . I 'L Slim r ,Wi Si.. N W , l .. n . .1 2 . ,... . l f, ,V S Y V . W i'i3 ' ...,. fp ...Q Q . A 6 " ,H V x V"g V"' 21 X" 1 Tr! - "W"-nv"n ... ' ,,...:..... .. W - ......... -..-MW.. .-.-- fear... ... Tags. .zawi Q. 5 we " 85 5.4-.., Li, 49 ,V i ' W hlfazius twat if ,W M f- 1 R ll? :fi I W . J' ,md digg? :F , IW - r as 1 W ' 1 f F 1 f w ., fu! ...Katia ... ... . I .ASW . I c Lynn Grine Staunton, Va. Education James H. Gruver Rocky Mount, Va.. B.S. James V. Guynn Staunton, Va. Bus. Adm.. Tommy H. Haden Charlottesville, Va. Bus. Adm. Lloyd C. Hale Paint Bank, Va. A.B. Francis Haley Bassett, Va. Bus. Adm. Johnny V. Halsey Patrick Springs, Va Education James G. Halstrom Stony Creek, Va. A.B. Eric Hamilton Seaview, Va. Agric . fl: P Pamela J. Harding Keswick, Va. Sec. Sci. Diane Harreld Warrenton, Va. A.B. William R. Harris Vinton, Va. Education W. T. Harris Hayes, Va. Liberal Arts Frances R. Hawker Cheriton, Va. Religous Education Ruth M. Hedrick Linden, Va. Education Ira W. Hicks Evington, Va. Agric. Richard Hildebrande Bridgewater, Va. Education Charlotte Hilliard Manchester, Conn. Occ. Th. 'ilu 95" v aaa. ,565 Betty J. Hamlin Union Level, Va. A.B. Daniel D. Hamrick Christiansburg, Va. B.S. Fukuko Hanaki Kobe, Japan Education John T. Harding Emporia, Va. A.B. 50 S OPH OM ORES 5 I sl 1 . l 79? Joan M. Hobson Martinsville, Va. A.B. Patsy J. Hodges Barhamsville, Va. Education Donald P. Hollingshead Arlington, Va. Agric. Gail T. Hopkins Arlington, Va. A.B. V, I I 1 W M I Ki I N .1 fr . ,. --af' Ev W.. -A 51 oi" 1 1 .-. 'f' was ,MQ ,":9 .2 11' a i' in ,. in ff N Nm mai .max 3 Qu 568 J? I J f Uiiihgngf ' ' ff U5 gi? . k T TN . 5' 1' Nm! 'Qi -' N52 : T '-A W " .1 T. ' ,ite ,' ' ua- Ls," J 45 -1 4' '- F M.. I .f 3. v L . V if N M .. we We 1? 1 J 'ls . :UAV M! n z., if V- M sig, wa L ,. nga? , A ,la A5332 . We 2 ff? F5531 - fi mi 'YH Ja- E' y Sf wx' f:-1 fe TQ, fini V. James M. Hopkins Danville, Va. A.B. Walter C. Hopkins Bedford, Va. B.S. Kenneth F. Hosaflook Broadway, Va. Education Mary V. Howland King George, Va. Education J. Clarke Jamison Boonesmill, Va. B.S. Harold W. Jarvis Bedford, Va. A.B. Barry J. Jefferson Union Hall, Va. Agric. Charles S. Jefferson Chatham, Va. A.B. Brenda Johnson Glade Hill, Va. Education .., 1 li? L c..v-1" i if Douglas R. Jones Wakefield, Va. A.B. James A. Jones Bedford, Va. A.B. Ronald A. Jones Round Hill, Va. A.B. Sandra L. Jones Rocky Mount, Va. Sec. Sci. William P. Jones Amelia., Va. B.S. Dennis Kaye Berryville, Va. Bus. Adm. Darrel W. Kemp Colonial Heights, B.S. Aileen L. Kenny Richmond, Va. Sec. Sci. Susan V. Kiger Staunton, Va. B.S. ll 1. :sw . fm 1 Carol Johnson Vienna, Va. Education Leslie S. Johnson South Boston, Va. Bus. Adm. Peter E. Johnson Arlington, Va. A.B. Richard S. Johnson Arlington, Va. A. B. .ff -. Y , 72 Va., H. .H H. " V15 N gin 52 1966 Sandra L. Killingsworth V, Lynchburg, Va. B.S. Charles B. King Mechanicsville, Va. Education William H. King H .Fairfx, Va. A.B. .Tucker Kirk Lynchburg, Va. A. B. , "Hu , , W H w :-n .H M N W mm-HHN H wx m' as Aug? tr' , ,H , Mega w ' iff , l, L1-l Q ' fi g .- x 'gf ' gf . " L ' 1 1 f n2s1.w'w,, ' , .- , - ci. P--if ,. - mana U ' 'gg 'gm ti ' , .A ' . . :H f- V, J: 'W y "Ei " sw Egfr' twig A -4 H :nw rg - v u, ' me Keith E. Kirkner Christiansburg, Va. Agric. John J. Lambert Alexandria, Va. A.B. Carolyn Laprade Rocky Mount, Va. Education James W. Laprade Richmond, Va. B.S. Richart T. Laprade Rocky Mount, Va. Education Jeffrey R. Lasher Craigsville, Va. Education Robert E. Lee The Plains, Va. A.B. Sharon W. Lee Richmond, Va. B.S. Barbara A. Lewis Evington, Va. A.B. a A x. RX ' . fl Il 'JV l 'F -A - , '- is ,L ' 3522 xisiaiw iisiieszavr EEEWEEETAL xl. , lv ,',"u l William G. Llewellyn Buckingham, Va. Education Frank B. Lotts Richmond, Va. Liberal Arts Gordon W. Love Atlanta, Georgia A.B. George M. Lovell Rocky Mount, Va. B.S. Judy Lovell Martinsville, Va. Sec. Sci. James W. Loving McLean, Va. Bus. Adm. Steve Loving Waynesboro, Va. Bus. Adm. Joseph M. Lowry Richmond, Va. Bus. Adm. Jacquelyn L. Mann Alexandria, Va. Sec. Sci. v In ,','f. 3 sie' ' if L I V- as - 4 . K , 1 as F , f.fs1d,f5: k . Us . "li5,i?? .Eff 1 1 f I w ,W W is if Y 1 www' if U l 1 l Emma: ,w ggi. , f 'F' W Gail M. Liddle War, W. Va. Education Janet Lindsay Bedford, Va. Education Jerry Little Jackson, Miss. Education Robert L. Little Roanoke, Va. B.S. S OPH OM ORE S 1 fri' W M F9 l P'f 'kgs 5 ms! Ex is , mum., .rf - I 'bmw 54 V 1 1 1 V i 1 1 I .. 1966 1 , .2921 QW' U 11 ' 3311 - 1 N 1 , -,Q - .. 1 m. gain. 1 11 X15 111 W 1 15Z111w11 11 Ann L. Martin Vienna, Va. Education Cheryl Martin Roanoke, Va. Education Frances R. Martin Moneta, Va. A.B. Henry L. Martin Halifax, Va. Bus. Adm. ,SSW .WEQQ1 111 .Rs vii e gm, sg 1 1' 1 , ,ii vw ill' .ii 1 , ' -5- ' if- -- 'L 1-12,5 f- -'E.11!f,f 14,1-1u1"i5 F ,,::.I,, , "iVf,j1 ' .1f2::?? W: , j':I ' , J-11f.lf3P ff 3 -1 an '61 1' 1 1 J , W , 1 ' 1 1 - 1'-.1-. L 1 1 , - if ai ,nr , . ' , iii . " I ' 111 'G 5 1.111 53 11 William F. Martz Broadway, Va. A.B. James E. Matyiko Virginia Beach, Va. B.S. Thomas 'A. Maxwell Richmond, Va. B.S. William R. McCall aa, Q Arlington, Va. Lf ig? James McCarty Boyce, Va. ' Agric. La siyigxu Dawn M. MacNutt Worcester, Mass. A.B. ,ws -1-we 'WSE vi 'QR Robert B. McNutt 11' Lynchburg, Va. A.B. Q-as ' Vern Elee Meyer 55 B.S. 1 J ohn' S. Millington Richmond, Va. A.B. Y Virginia Beach, Va. ew--+ Herbert A. Moore Petersburg, Va. Occ. Th. William C. Moore Halifax, Va. Bus. Adm. Patricia Morgan Fredericksburg, Va. Education Dennis Moseley Gladys, Va. Education Horace A. Moss Clover, Va. Agric. Susie M. Motley Colonial Heights, Va Occ. Th. Pamela R. Mowles Roanoke, Va. Education Sandra C. Murphy Vienna, Va. Education Judith L. Nevitt Alexandria, Va. B.S. GER: .1 1 Wanda J. Mink Galax, Va. Sec. Sci. Edward L. Mise Danville, Va. Education Carolyn L. Mitchell Staunton, Va. B.S. Bonnie B. Montrief Martinsville, Va. Sec. Sci. V,,, ,,,,., l. - m W: 56 S OPH OM ORE S ...Lot L., I JL.,-s . Robert I. Newman Allendale, N. J. Education Jay Newton King George, Va. Bus. Adm. Martha Nickols Uonesj Riner, Va. A. B. Barbara K. Nielson Arlington, Va. Education Y 1 3555. 11-,J ' 11 11 ea 11 11 7 7 ,111 , .11 , A . 1 f. e ..1 .. X Le 111 111 as, ,,,111:vQ11 H ' Q,-'11 Y 11 EQH111111 ,W 111 3111! N 1 11, ' 111 1 11 " 11 1 111 11 11 1 1 11 1- 1,1 1. H 251.5 E N Jimmy W. Noell Montvale, Va. Bus. Adm. George E. Nolen Ferrum, Va. Agric. Judith Oakes Rocky Mount, Va. Education Sandra F. Obenshain Fincastle, Va. Sec. Sci. James H. Orrock Fredericksburg, Va. Agric. Russel B. Owen Goode, Va. B.S. Foy R. Owens Stuart, Va. Bus. Adm. John K. Paisley Galax, Va. A.B. Thomas M. Palrnore Blackstone, Va. Agric. !fWx I :Z I f v 55 Q' i ii ' ' "Q 37" V 5- .V ,i if . 0 . N' yfraf. I ,x -1 42 f X0 - 5,1111 .i V1d6::19"'51:fw:i 1 '. -:41 1 TIXLU,-. . fl.:-1.54 . r , 1 JMLV, F 1 1-'fears ' f,.eQ9lY-gm -fa-' -pf -ew' ' .L-'e.JsX.:-,-ay. -A -1 iii -,'I7EE'1'r.:T'K.-' :Ui-'f' ' may r-22. 1. 'IDS' Michael Parham Nathalie, Va. A.B. Thomas D. Parr Warrenton, Va. A.B. Constance Pegues Norfolk, Va. Education Danny M. Perdue Rocky Mount, Va. Bus. Adm. William E. Perkins Lynchburg, Va. Bus. Adm. Baxter F. Phillips Colonial Heights , Va, B.S. James Pinckard Rocky Mount, Va. Bus. Adm. Edward L. Pippin Williamsburg, Va. B.S. Linda R. Plummer Chesapeake, Va. Sec. Sci. James M. Pratt Saltville, Va. A.B. Royal D. Priest Richmond, Va. Education Robert J. Profitko Fair Lawn, N. J. A.B. Sandra L. Purdy Bassett, Va. Education gg. qg.5,,. E2 1-I Pal az . .7 ii Q, W az.: Ire .WT is fg. . W ,-flfgrgi in ' fm. Z .. sz M , sift. 1 5i'HMw!'ms af li is nm V A fx w ws? .. f Q22 vi 58 fx J: -asf" if... William E. Purks King George, Va. A.B. Robert E. Puryear Richmond, Va. Agric. John T. Quinn Queens Village, N. Y Education Julian C. Ragland Richmond, Va. Education fa " 59 John M. Rakes Rocky Mount, Va. B.s. , Alice J. Ramsey Richmond, Va. Sec. Sci. Fred M. Reekes Lawrenceville, Va. Education Rubie M. Rew Wachapreague, Va. Education Betty M. Reynolds Charlotte Courthou , A.B. Inez Reynolds Hillsville, Va. A.B. Sandra Reynolds Newport, Va. Education William Reynolds Hampton, Va. Bus. Adm. James H. Rhodes Petersburg, Va. A.B. :fn w Marny S . Richards on Churchview, Va. Education William Richter Powhatan, Va. Education Elizabeth Riley Beaver, Pa.. Education Sandra Ritter Winchester, Va. Education Cheryl A. Roberts Fairfax, Va. Nursing Donna J. Roberts Radford, Va. A.B. David A. Rodgers Stuart, Va. A.B. Ellen G. Rorrer Stuart, Va.. Sec. Sci. Frederick Ross Fredericksburg, Va. Bus . Adm . Rachella Rhudy Elk Creek, Va. Education Gary W. Rice Covington, Va. Education Elliot Richards Floyd, Va. B.S. Janet Richards on Lorton, Va. Education S OPH OM ORE S .Qx vvee,-:uw 60 l Qa EQ. we 1966 V. Wim rw A Helen U. Row Spotsylvania, Va. A.B. Patricia Salmon Danville, Va. Bus. Adm. James G. Salyer Floyd, Va. A.B. Dale E. Saunders Amelia, Va. Agric. l 1 W I l Y W .mw- 2'-V, mW.,.., . Rae 61 Ronald L. Saunders Bedford, Va. Education Suzanne Schmidt McLean, Va. Nursing Daniel M. Schwartz Richmond, Va. A.B. Brenda Scott Roanoke, Va.' Sec. Sci. Pauline S. Scott Handsom, Va. Sec. Sci. Ralph T. Scott Wakefield, Va. A.B. Richard A. Seltzer Philadelphia, Pa. Education Jerry Lee Semones Cambria, Va. B.S. Marilyn S. Setliff Fieldale, Va. B.S. A w W' ,x.. ug' ,mum H Y W. u I 1 , Joseph C. Sherry Drexel Hill, Pa. Education David Shield Newport News, Va. Agric. Bruce A. Shiflett Front Royal, Va. Bus. Adm. Roger L. Shiflett Charlottsville, Va. Bus. Adm. Donnie W. Shilling Roanoke, Va. Bus. Adm. Bud Shinault Mathews, Va. A. B. Barbara A. Shoemaker Roanoke, Va. B.S. Richard L. Showalter Lexington, Va. Bus. Adm. Patsy A. Sigmon Ferrurn, Va. A.B. Victor F. Shauklas Springfield, Va. A.B. Charles M. Shaver Fishersville, Va. B.S. Stephen Shelton Pulaski, Va. A. B. Nina P. Sheridan Lynchburg, Va. Music QS? H ,225 22 w? is... 1 ,Sig 'SEQ 1 252 f +J'w"' ,JH-' 62 Linda L. Simmons Petersburg, Va. Sec. Sci. Glen C. Sink Rocky Mount, Va. Agric. Catherine Slover Camden, N. Y. Sec. Sci. Mary Jo Slusher Vienna, Va. Sec. Sci. ' E .' 1.45521 63 i ww - .u QQ "3 Betty L. Smith Winchester, Va. Education Beverly F. Smith Orange, Va. Sec. Sci. David M. Smith Norfolk, Va. B.A. Pete B. Smith Richmond, Va. Education Rudy L. Smith Onancock, Va. A.B. Charles Smithers Roanoke, Va. B.S . Wayne Snider Rockbridge Bass, Va Education William M. Snider Virginia Beach, Va Bus. Adm. Emmett B. Snow Roanoke, Va. B.S. . ..... ia I Dorothy Stanley Rocky Mount, Va. Education Leslie E. Stinson Richmond, Va. A.B. Carolyn M . Stone Bassett, Va. Nursing Francis J. Stout Fort de Fiance, Va. A.B. Susan L. Strachan Martinsville, Va. A.B. Neil T. Study Reisterstown, Md. Education Carol S. Tate Roanoke, Va. Education William H. Taylor Clarksville, Va. A.B. Richard C . Thompson Fairfax, Va. B.S. Frank A. Sorrells Broadway, Va. Education Audrey L. Speers Chesapeake, Va: A.B. Thomas Spry Richmond, Va. B.S. Judy B. Stallins Salem, Va. A.B. S OPH OM ORE S I Hfrftglrql ,g,a, I , T Fl, jglgvvvrtfig- 'tw 411 64 1966 Norma L. Tompkins Roanoke, Va. Bus. Adm. James H. Torrence Appomattox, Va. Bus. Adm. Robert A. Tuell Welch, W. Va. Bus. Adm. Nancy A. Turner Wirtz, Va. Sec. Sci. . 1 V I ,l Ve if 1 A -- a s 1 'ffl' ' VW .,?ls2gg,, ., f 3953 ' me as . Tir xlftiggg' ' i A 65 .K w -eg , ' Q7 . will Pamela C. Turner Richmond, Va. Education Robin L. Uhl Falls Church, Va. Education Shirley Underwood Arlington, Va. Sec. Sci. Robert D. Unrue Lynchburg, Va. Education Dennis E . Valianos Virginia Beach, Va. Q A.B. Owen S. Vernon Alton, Va. Agric. Patricia Vines Waynesboro, Va. Sec. Sci. Forrest S. Wagoner Appomattox, Va. A.B. Earl A. Ware Big Island, Va. Bus. Adm. 1 ,, F? fre X i H lu Luther K. Wellons Norfolk, Va. B.S. Patsy Wells Chesapeake, Va. Sec. Sci. William J. West Stuart, Va. A.B. Frank Whaley Claymont, Del. Bus. Adm. Joel White Lynchburg, Va. Bus. Adm. Randy O. Wiggington Roanoke, Va. Bus. Adm. Doris V. Wiggins Roanoke, Va. Education Dennis Wiley Troutville, Va. Bus. Adm. Barbara Wilkey Newport News, Va. Sec. Sci. Vincent G. Watkins North Springfield, Va A.B. Dan Watson Virginia Beach, Va. A.B. Frances G. Watts Altavista, Va. Education Frank Weightman Appomattox, Va. Education Ali te 66 5' I'?i'f 1966 K-: am. s ,. JA, .5 1 .. ,Q Kia V ,B wr lf. - 1 Y is 1 W K5 1 1 'qv' if :Z ll iz V HG.. W, me Mui , ... IE.. gt' .-. .ss Nw, at 1 ls' '- l 1 2 ,E 4+ John T. Williams Baskerville, Va. Agric. as ' L ,V u I 55 1 P 5- Pattie Y. Winfree Fairfax, Va. Education Carolyn S. Wirt fAgeeJ Wirtz, Va. Sec. Sci. David R. Wolfe Manassas, Va. B.S. .135 v: wifi -Qan- IGF' ,, : -..w-.f' X 1 Rall. f' 4, 'CW -2 -. 2-Ra-Seri' .... 1' Wits- .ff 2 it L. ' as I 1 ' ,. 1.- Q' -A ' 1 '-tx gy: -., . eff 1, L .1 1. - I. 1 KL,,,a Q6 P' 5 . ', ' J. ' ' ' :in'?33:':i5:5E':'fs::':-"SEM: - ,. ..., se.. W, IT- V -' it 1 M gr., W 4 1 vw .-sf: N - . - , 'gi . ,g:f'.'.L -fi Bazyli Kusts dovicz Minister 1951 1954 1956 1958 1958 - 19 54 School of Theology at Warsaw - 1956 Theology of The Methodist Church Ordained Deacon by Bishop Dr. Ferdenand Sigg. CA Meth- odist Bishop from Switzer- landwho succeeded our Bis- hop Garberl Ordained an Elder by Bishop Sigg - 1963 Pastor of Meth. Church, STARE - JUCHY POWIAT ELK. A very historical place. 67 I fm K ' - l af W 13, ...W L Sa. '9 Douglas M. Woodley Alexandria, Va. 1 Bus. Adm. rggggzgal ' William J. Woods Bassett, Va. A.B. E. C. Wright 1 Evington, Va. Music John B. Wynne Phenix, Va. A.B. Loisellen Zook Lawrenceville, Va. Music Mr. Charles D. Myers Woolwine, Va. Minister In 1962 in agreement between Poland and West Germany allowed nearly all of the German families who made up the congregation of this church to migrate into West Germany. Without church members and without permission from communist authorities to take another' church, Mr. Kustsdovicz's work was fin- ished. In the fall of 1963 he came to Americag and after about one year of service with the Church of All Nations in New York, he came to Ferrum through the guidance of the Methodist Committee for Overseas Relief to study the English Language. Victoria Ash Arlington Ernest Ashby Lynchburg Martha Asher Richmond Barry Belcher Woolwine John R. Booker Gladstone Malcolm Booker Gladstone Jam es Bowen South Boston John Brotherton Blacksburg William Burleigh Moneta Charles Clark Arlington Jos eph Coppola Fredericksburg Floyd Critzer Stanton Brenda Custard Richmond Dwight Edmonds Richmond Susan DiGeronimo Roanoke Thomas R. Elliot South Boston Barry Elsberg Alexandria Tony Esparza Fairfax Virginia Ewell Richmond Ernest B. Fisher Crewe Richard Fiz er Pulaski 68 I Second SEMESTER Richard Graul Alexandria Thomas Guthrie Hampton Nancy Hanks Bedford Carroll Harvey Barboursville Wayne Hayden Tappanhannock Kenneth Herndon Charlottesville Geoffery Hickin Pawling, N. Y. John Howe Johnstown, Pa. Shirley Inman Hurt Frank Jones Roanoke Temple Kessinger Covington 'lu in Glenn Knight Forrest FRE HME Donna Leick Springfield Frank Leone Riverton, N. J. John Lucado Lynchburg Byron Maddox Lynchburg George Marshall Triangle James Martin Martinsville Danny McCready Tangier JoAnn Middleton Washington, D. Larry Meadors Rocky Mount Ronald Neely Christiansburg Patricia Nunnery Fredricksburg Peggy Patty Norfolk Claiborne Perkins Petersburg William Pomeroy Vienna Ralph Porter Falls Church William Powell North Garden DeWayne Rhodes Bridgewater Sarah Richardson Arlington Paul Rice Roanoke John Robinson Falls Church John Rodgers Arlington Margaret Rose Norfolk Robert Runkle Stanardsville Donald Shepherd Danville David Siple Arlington Harry Smith Richmond Norma Snoddy Esmont Ellen Stalvey Jacksonville, Fla Charles Stokes Lync hburg Harry Swann Manassas Richard Thompson Penhook Rodney Wilkins Richmond 75a Thomas Taylor Julian Ogburn . . Robert Todd . . . Joseph Ebhart . . . 149.3 122012 GQSS Officers . . . . . . President . . . Vice President Secretary-Treasurer ICC Representative Todd, Ebhart, Taylor, Ogburn 70 The freshman class began its academic career at FJ C with the traditional orientation-week activ- ities. The bonfire, the Rat Court, and the football victories added to the fun and spirit of the class of '67. They entertained the sophomores with a dance and sponsored the Sweetheart Dance. The talented freshmen have contributed greatly to the successes of the football and basketball teams. Lester W. Abernathy Arlington, Va. Brenda F. Adams Ferrum, Va. Janet R. Akers Hillsville, Va. Eric R. Alexie Roanoke, Va. Gordon R. Allison Roanoke, Va. Charles A. Amos Waynesboro, Va. Charles T. Anderson Charlotte Court Frank T. Anderson Staunton, Va. Mark E. Anderson Alexandria, Va. 7562 Hous e, 1483 122912 1-3- i 'PWS 1'- JQ ,Cr 5- .'. ww, H 1. ... ..1.. .. E. Hs. sw? ,- ,, .. :geek xv H, i Z :fa l ,. sg.-,. N A '23-it Q .ieifiq ,I I gg :am Ln r' 3 ws! 'SPS MJ Robert M. Angel Richmond, Va. Daniel L. Angell Boones Mill, Va. David H. Arnold Cranford, Va. Alonza W. Arthur Rustburg, Va. Danny D. Ashwell Lynchburg, Va. Donald D. Atkins Charlotte Court House, Va. Brenda D. Austin Buchanan, Va.' Herbert R. Austin Portsmouth, Va. Albert W. Aycock Hampton, Va., Samuel L. Baity Lynchburg, Va. Donna R. Bailey Roanoke, Va. Kenneth E. Bailey Saxe, Va. agar ,mzlmii H m w it a '32 3 K N m ng Q .. A ,pa Fsedilf 'T..?' J f 5 I Kenneth D. Barrett Woodbridge, Va. Lynn B. Bartlett Portsmouth, Va. Betty J. Barwick Altavista, Va. Wayne L. Benninghove New Canton, Va. Leslie A. Berry Elinburg, Va. Charlotte Bess Vinton, Va. John H. Beverley Blairs, Va. Milton H. Birckhead Charlottesville, V Stephen P. Blackburn Staunton, Va. Elizabeth Blake Manquin, Va. Gerald R. Bland Richmond, Va. William C. Bland West Point, Va. gear ini if 49' Thomas Bain Radford, Va. Danny W. Baker Roanoke, Va. George A. Baker Arlington Heights , Va. Betty J. Baldwin Annadale, Va. Sandra G. Ballard Pearisburg, Va. William T. Balsley Stuarts Draft, Va John J. Bannister Sandston, Va. Larry J. Banks Hillsville, Va. Danny L. Barker Roanoke, Va. W9 5922093 1226212 ia 5- ,ie , ...- 4 if 5 1. 7' dw ef- ,4 ,,, . 'Cru' :gag-w kril E E' WJ' i I v I 1 l W -an WI-5 'J-2 'Wa Christopher Blevins Vinton, Va. J olm A. Bloomquist Richmond, Va. Brenda I. Bogan Staunton, Va. Johnny W. Bondurant Martinsville, Va Frances P. Bowen Chesapeake, Va. James F. Bower Anderson, W. Va. Sidney G. Bowyer Roanoke, Va. French L. Boyer Woodstock, Va. Diane I. Brader Collegeville, Pa. r 2 i na-1 WQ 9246.5 122612 : A-11: .me U.: ,. I' Q in A - is 49' is-A i 1 Q . as. N 6:-:ll x. - H fa. .? L r l PJ M F I1 v " 1 m W ' r 1 X' ff' I W N md m m r W 'ff wx 'ga is-1 '53 If 'ATU' gag fy-X Wop 32? in E7 qi. 'ICT' isa.. F461- 'Jeri Vicky E. Bradley Narrows, Va. Mary E. Braford Natural Bridge, Va. Carolyn Brarnmer Ferrum, Va. Alan M. Breeden Ruckersville, Va. Robert S. Brookover Dumfries, Va. Nancy A. Brooks Union Hall, Va. Daniel W. Brown Fieldale, Va. Edward D. Brown Waynesboro, Va. Freda N. Brown Bandy, Va. Kenneth L. Brown Stafford, Va. Robert E. Brown Salem, Va. Barry W. Bryant Front Royal, Va. C3 gdb' 225' Ei 4'-sw' '9- Wm..- STE-Q- fif ' 1:,Ewf'?t"t it l L21 'iggf t ilts' ai :-- ? '.,. S. . 'M is 3' 'V 2, ' 5 7' ' ' ' ' .C W 5? fiiijxl e E E ,fi gt.: -' M :E ,. ., ' of + y HPF? 1 Vi . , eff-fi' 5 ,N 1 5 . I - . .. . y some Dale E. Byrd Collinsville, Va. Micheal W. Cahoon Norfolk, Va. Robert S. Campbell Roanoke, Va. Donald R. Campion Arlington, Va. Thomas A. Carroll Midlothian, Va. Charles W. Carter South Boston, Va. Cheryl A. Carter Chesterfield, Va. Kenneth L. Carter Roanoke, Va. James M. Casertano Philadephia, Pa. Betty J. Cash Amherst, Va. Everett W. Cash Vesuvius, Va. Robert W. Cash Staunton, Va. 1 Vw, Carol S. Bryant Roanoke, Va. James R. Bryant Henry, Va. Kay L. Buglass Fairfax, Va. Eddie C . Bullins Sugar Grove, Va. Helen M. Burger Springfield, Va. Mary J. Burnett Keeling, Va. Anita L. Burnette Roanoke, Va. Richard G. Bushong Woodstock, Va. John L. Butner Buena Vista, Va Z9 71483 122612 F .1 ll 55? wi ee- e 1 Em 6 F, i 5 A . a lf R 511 W 'EEF 74 Richard V. Chambers Rice, Va. Gladys A. Chestnut Collinsville, Va. Michael L. Clark Stanleytown, Va. Michael L. Clark Stafford, Va. Nancy L. Clark Staunton, Va. Richard N. Clarke Victoria, Va. Robert H. Clemens Alexandria, Va. Carlyle P. Clements Manguin, Va. , James L. Clements Lynchburg, Va. Wifi 45 'Z 769 1493 122912 lk ,. i . fini X122 , 'ggi .., ITM s U .HL . if --wifi f --may . .. if ' fiaefflr., W 1 A K N J uuiggim .I its W x , W .H 3 Y ex '11 gf.. ..Tl .1- -. qu-.. .V W- W, igzgf 's A .fjjei Pit' ff" :YJ 1 . L-if . .1".w:. I" J, 'if . . T. .,i,1.,i.5 . 1. ..,.,. K X, gg ww ' .1 John R. Cline Broadway, Va. Thomas F. Cline Lynchburg, Va. James L. Coates Colonial Beach, Va. Keith W. Coffman Lynchburg, Va. Ellen F. Coiner Lyndhurst, Va. Thomas H. Conrad Arlington, Va. Larry A. Connatser Dillwyn, Va. Brenda L. Cook Richmond, Va. Brenda S. Cooper Rocky Mount, Va Adelia K. Corwin Front Royal, Va. William B. Corn Rocky Mount, Va Steve S. Covey Roanoke, Va. f 5 115' ,f 5: pit- Q' Linda F. Dalton Martinsville, Va. Katrine L. Daniel Emporia, Va. George M. Davis Roanoke, Va. Jane C. Davis Martinsville, Va. Joe T. Davis Rocky Mount, Va. ' Quinton C. Davis Chesapeake, Va. Sharron K. Davis Lyndhurst, Va. Robert W. Day Vienna, Va. Joel R. Deboe Danville, Va. Billy L. Dennis Roanoke, Va. Joyce F. Derby Petersburg, Va. Mildred A. Detamore Charlottesville, Va. William D. Cox Amherst, Va. Gordon W. Crawford Roanoke, Va. Ellen W. Cray Fort Eustis, Va. Betty A. Creasey Bedford, Va. Margaret J. Creswell Arlington, Va. Cheryl E. Crockett Fairfax, Va. Ralph D. Crockett Tangier, Va. Billy L. Crutchfield South Hill, Va.. James T. Dalker Woodstock, Va. 759 1465 H2912 L ,. ,,,v r .Q W 76 Princess Devault Galax, Va. Karen L. Dillon Roanoke, Va. Rachel A. Dillon Hardy, Va. Robert L. Dix Cape Charles, Va. Harry J. Dobbs Mount Crawford, Va John T. Dodson Radford, Va. Carlestia Dolan Wingina, Va. Mary D. Dolan Whitacie, Va. Charles C. Dombrowsky Alexandria, Va. 759 7149.3 122612 if Jarnes A. Dove Roanoke, Va. Allen W. Dudley Union Hall, Va. Ava G. Dunkum Dillwyn, Va. Glenn C. Dunlap Arlington, Va. Joyce C. Dunlap Claee Mount, Va. Charles W. Dunn Gloucester, Va. Donna A. Durshimer Collinsville, Va. Carolyn F. Eanes South Boston, Va John S. Earles Christianburg, Va Charlotte Easter Jetersville, Va. Joseph H. Ebhardt Manassas, Va. Vincent H. Edwards Roanoke, Va. Ronald C. Evans Boones Mill, Va. William A. Evans Woodstock, Va. Jack O. Fansler Orhney Springs, Va Margaret W. Faulkner Arlington, Va. Richard A. Faulkner Radford, Va. Richard G. Faw Roanoke, Va. Charles M. Featherstun Kembridge, Va. Warren L. Ferguson Danville, Va. Wayne H. Ferguson Danville, Va. Robbie L. Fielder Roanoke, Va. Carol L. Firkins Alexandria, Va. Carole A. Fischesser Springfield, Va. Georgann Ehly Richmond, Va. Patricia A. Eldred Charlottesville, Va David T. Ellett Chesterfield, Va. Sandra K. Ellis Rocky Mount, Va. Kendal W. Elmore Lawrenceville, Va. Tommy W. England St. Charles, Va. Emily J. Epperson ' Halifax, Va. Bruce A. Estep Chevy Chase, Va. Robert M. Evans Richmond, Va. 7562 ZFQJ 122612 iii 1... . , ...L We-"'... 1 gm E . h' :EE wiii5iQ"' l X Y V - 1 78 fi Q an Q' Q fps-. 'D '-v Nancy L. Fisher Mineral, Va. Ruth A. Fisher Wathalic, Va. Beverley T. Fitzpatrick Roanoke, Va. David G. Flanigan Va. Beach, Va. Mary C. Flewellen Salda, Va. Betty Jo Flora Rocky Mount, Va . James E. Floyd Richmond, Va. Helen S. Foley Stuart, Va. Harold F. Fossett Alexandria, Va. " w. -. E 2- N' 1 I , ,fir "f?'Qf - ,-z-Y V 1. J 1. . du g g! - .. .L N fl u N' 2-. wr' H use 1 11. of 3 . , 'if , ,Q jgigjc' 1 A . ,I .m,2'f3 4 K' . g fri I . -as 'Y' 'A V A Q .""' X Y " 'A Jing ! . .J V ' . , ,' , , l-,V ' ' 7, "2 vo, , L, --:,x?:gi. .1 , I . ,9.,,1:Q-,grit L . 5 fi ,iv j .. . il J , g .. . . .. -3, ,,,. .. be K, Wir-sf I 4 I "uw 4 ., H, I 4 A Q ik ' y I f 1 We 91495 122812 is. -gf Yum- , . Ee: A xr ...WML iifhai.. .WEP ,,-s 39 "'J W A? l yr , 'me K .5 an ,. I n l . E 5 If I f 4 I W x J. 1 1 . ' ln. H X Hung, Q H, -if i Q .M ' H55 W v V 1 it W rf' 1 'r ' s 1 ',g'Qb'11 12 - , -7141, H1 .gmggw 1 r l T 45' 1 " s I 11... 5-' , fi fe., . .XE f-5-. Y -.QW S -.1--9 21 ra I q2..f,g i,qj.L , . Elm - ,..,- 79 Richard D. Fratzke Gretna, Va. Douglas A. Fravel Shenandoah, Va. Alan D. Freeman Richmond, Va. Stephen D. Freeman Roanoke, Va. Carol M. French Alexandria, Va. Joseph H. Frith Rocky Mount, Va. Carol W. Fulwider Staunton, Va. Mary S. Garnett Marion, Virginia David M. Garrett Newport News , Va. Richard J. Geohegan Rocky Mount, Va. Alan B. Geserick Arlington, Va. Donna Gibbs Ridgeway, Va. 'E I 1 I I l JJ I J .W l Dorothy L. Graham Talmouth, Va. Bradford C. Gray Wellesley Hall, Va. T Martha K. Greenlee Fairfax, Va. Phillip M. Gregg Richmond, Va. Mary M. Grogan Staunton, Va. Mrs. Ruby K. Gruver Boones Mill, Va. Robert D. Haggerty Pompton Plains, V Brenda F. Haley Bassett, Va. Linda Ann Hall Richmond, Va. Margie F. Hall Rocky Mount, Va. Hiroyuki Hamada Osaba, Japan Michael A. Hambric Covington, Va. Thomas M. Gibbs Richmond, Va. Theodore Gillis Arlington, Va. Patricia J. Glunt Richmond, Va. Mary C. Goode Woodbridge, Va Sue L. Gordon Falmouth, va. Glenn L. Gornto Norfolk, Va. Frances A. Gose Rocky Mount, Va Charles V. Goudie Bassett, Va. Richard E. Goyne Chester, Va. 759 1493 122912 80 ia 'EJ' . 3 55: X 55 'K' Martha L.. Hamilton ' Richmond, Va. Stephen C. Hampton Roanoke, Va. Susan F. Hanger 5, Staunton, Va. Ralph Hannah New Castle, Va. Joseph J. Harding Richmond, Va. J Q N Samuel Y. Harding Johnson City, Tenn. Danny W. Harmon Roanoke, Va. Helen J. Harper Va. Beach, Va. Richard E. Harper Monroe, Va. 711' if S759 7F85 122912 Ted F. Harrell Waverly, Va. Wood T. Harrell Richmond, Va. Roslyn A. Harry Waynesboro, Va. Bobby D. Harris Manassas, Va. Susan M. Harris Vesta, Va. James W. Harrison Christiansburg, Va. Riley J. Hart South Boston, Va. Ronald W. Harvey Lovingston, Va. Ralph E. Haugh Falls Church, Va. 'cz Dana L. Haun Natural Bridge, Va. Glenda G. Heizer Lexington, Va. Joseph M. Henderson Danville, Va. 81. Rebecca L. Holder Hillsville, Va. Sarah A. Holladay Gordonsville, Va Andrew J. Holland Holland, Va. Arthur A. Holland Windsor, Va. Harriet J. Holt Glen Allen, Va. Joseph E. Honzo Palmerton, Penn Richard H. Horne 531 x N' ' MER -ni? WEN cm vi .W 1 I ,I m E its ,Z , Q E i., 1 lu W 's .. , :sg,.. ,. gl k x H le W S . .N :ff ,Qi X L I .. 575g QS Q. Mary L. Hendrix Lively, Va. Michael K. Hendrix Radford, Va. Dennis P. Hensley Keswick, Va. Norman J. Herndon Arnonia, Va. Bruce S. Hewitt Waynesboro, Va James I. Hicks Evington, Va. Ricky S. High Floyd, Va. John W. Hill Crewe, Va. Maria P. Hite Roanoke, Va. 1493 122612 l S -x . Christiansburg, Va. H , . Donald H. Horsley X Suffolk, Va. Bobby K. Horton Hillsville, Va. Judith A. Howard Danville, Va. Alicia Houchin Floyd, Va. Raymond D. Howell Radford, Va. it K, rlizkck gal x . 82 2 Nl' David C. Howlett Radford, Va. Brenda J. Hubbard Nathalie, Va. Andrew D. Hubble Radford, Va. Douglas M. Hudson Lynchburg, Va. Sharon V. Hudson Norfolk, Va. Raymond Huffman Buena Vista, Va. Dianne L. Hughes Bedford, Va. Gary W. Hunt Penhook, Va. Roger K. Hurka Penns Grove, New Jersey P., " 769 1493 122912 E 4, 014.1 xv' w I' X- 83 'iii Patrick J. Hyland Alexandria, Va. Christine Hylton Stuart, Va. Robert Irby South Boston, Va. Pamela Issacs Richmond, Va. Everett P. Jackson Pulaski, Va. Jerry W. Jamison Boones Mill, Va. Judith A. Jarman Alexandria, Va. Edward J. Jenkins Richmond, Va. Edwin C. Jennings Arlington, Va. George F. Johnson Hampton, Va. Sandra S. Johnson Huddleston, Va. William G. Johnson Roanoke, Va. L' Judith W. King Annadale, Va. Richard W. King Arlington, Va. Richard P. Kinkade Sugar Grove, Va. Douglas W. Kinney Ferrum, Va. Martha W. Kinney Bassett, Va. Mary L. Kirk Lynchburg, Va. Terry A. Knoblock Fairfax, Va. Regenia L. Knupp Arlington, Va. Wayne P. Kock Hazelton, Penn. Linda A. Lackey Collinsville, Va. M. LaVonia Lackey Waynesboro, Va. James M. Lanier Fairfax, Va. ,pg vb-- 759 3 ,J -at.. Betty L. Jones Buckingham, Va. Horsley D. Jones Red Oak, Va. Paul B. Jones Collinsville, Va. Roger L. Jones Rocky Mount, Va. Thomas E. Jones New Carton, Va. Pamela S. Kessling Roanoke, Va. James H. Ketron Bedford, Va. James F. Kibler Arlington, Va. William B. Kinderman Hopewell, Va. 1493 122912 ii 'gif' ' H593 i. - ai , ... , 5 K W-nv LT JR' y 84 Roger M.. Layne Farmville, Va. Charles F. Leake Crazet, Va. Linda M. Leake- Woodstock, Va. Steven B. Leap Waynesboro, vVa.. Linda S. Lee Roanoke, Va. Thomas H. Lemke Roanoke, Va. Barbarlyn A. Levesque Roanoke, Va. Nada Jo Leweke Salem, Va. Nancy C. Liles Chesapeake, Va. THQ 1495 122912 lv- Qi., 121. . 41 85 Mary B. Lindsey Arlington, Va. Robert D. Link Staunton, Va. Susan B. Lipscomb Fredericksburg, Kenneth B. Long Staunton, Va. William H. Long Alexandria, Va. David B. Lovern Alexandria, Va. Robert M. Lyon Roanoke, Va. Joseph R. Mackey Lexington, Va. Barbara B. Malone Va Henderson Settlement, Kent Nixon E. Mann Covington, Va. Betty J. Maness Stuart, Va. Pamela J. Marchio Annandale, Va. f"rN '41'f'P' 4, , , .- N kb ' 15 .. 1 I W I D. 1 E, - W fri! Linda C . Mayes Colonial Heights, Va. Nancy C. Mayhew Keeling, Va. Joan M. McAllister Charlottesville, Va. Sharon M. McAllister Staunton, Va. Brenda F. McCoy Hampton, Va. Michael J. McKinley Falls Church, Va. John A. McPe-ters Chase City, Va. Ronald G. Meador Richmond, Va. Donald P. Melchior Arlington, Va. Benjamin T. Melson Pocomoke, Md. Janice L. May Brookneal, Va. James F. Mayes Rileyville, Va. 5 Stewart H. Marley Richmond, Va. John H. Marlin Vienna, Va. Alfred J. Marsh Culpepper, Va. Earl M. Martin Charlottesville, Frank W. Martin Roanoke, Va. Robert R. Martin Danville, Va. Judson P. Mason Arlington, Va. Sarah H. Mast Roanoke, Va. Kenneth S. Mayo ' Monroe, Va. Z9 t7Z4Q.S' 122612 5 .1,. . fx in , i ft' Eiii-lee 11515- ew 6 ti Y.-w 'ESR .7 Olivia C. Middleton Haddenfield, N. J. Carolyn L. Miller 115 , ., V :I ,H Roanoke, Va. -sw 'D 5 frl. E Y .31-1 l " 'Q Donald A. Miller 5 ' ' ':"' ' " Rockbridge Baths, Va. ,- riff - .,N. 'ty It f " - ' Kenneth W. Minca Sandstone, Va. Gerald L. Minix Naruna, Va. Harold F. Mitchell Arvonia, Va. Kathlyn G. Mitchell Martinsville, Va. Wanda D. Mize Martinsville, Va. Stanley L. Mizelle West Chesapeake, Va. , Cl VM '::,L-E-E: V- , U ,At ' ' .f f Ng ew? 'yy '-H vi, ,A - A - .1 A ix 5 ,I 1Af , 1 1 Q.. 55 ,gf ,Q ,. ' t Nh' ntl ffl K , Wai . T?-r i 1 V N L x 5 . - ., I 2 F rf 'A ,I ', . P 4 A .. 'dnl' slr-n 59: nf gtx x 91 aa ng SYAQ gI4QSgI22QI2 utr dP'N- 'qw 'Q Ex sl l f"?' ,ann "iF'.N za- fi A -4 .5 "' .bw Todd M. Mooney Charlottesville, Va Benjamin Moore Fairmont, N. C. John N. Moore Rocky Mount, Va. Linda M. Moore Portsmouth, Va. Margo L. Moore Fairfax, Va. Robert A. Moore Fairfax, Va. Kenneth P. Morrison Triangle, Va. Susan N. Moses Rocky Mount, Va. Alton L. Mountjoy Dunfries, Va. Royal M. Mullins Rocky Mount, Va. Robert H. Nash Pulaski, Va. David N. Neel North Tazewell, Va. -1, wi' is X f ll Carolyn Skeet Padgett Bedford, Va. Linda J. Padgett Fieldale, Va. Neil R. Palmer Madison Heights, Va Ricky B. Palmer Christiansburg, Va. John B. Parker Front Royal, Va. Karen L. Parsons Ridgeway, Va. Etta Y. Patram Colonial Heights , Va. Linda C. Pattie Triangle, Va. Robert C. Paul Richmond, Va. Samuel W. Peak Phenix, Va. James D. Pearman Blacksburg, Va. Phyllis M. Peebles Va. Beach, Va. 35 Bruce E. Nemitz Richmond, Va. Linda J. Noell Roanoke, Va. Thomas B. Noland Pulaski, Va. Carol J. Northey Dous man, Wis. Julian S. Ogburn Bon Air, Va. Hugh T. Ogilvie Colonial Heights , Forrest E. Oglesby Richmond, Va. Carol D. Orndoff Catlett, Va. Larry F. Packett Warsaw, Va. THQ Sim men gn. Halle lm wg un! Nm! S? QQ -. v- -4" '1-. W, ...... .- - . ,X ,eff ,. HL .-K. z I I X-if Q.. ul A I 5 Q L in 1' ' I 55252 N ' I 'T-s ,K - 0- 'ilk . xx i' 2. , . L-lx Tazewell, Va. Sandra R. Pennington ,A Pearsburg, Va. A -9- ,,f 13.: ', T Nlz' 1 ,, , X Holley Perdue L ,-." :VZ ' if ' " M Roanoke, Va. , , ,3,g1g.,, qw, W fit. L at fa- 1'fwr:,7v f- - A ,, '. 1.3, . an A L-sv, km-, . . ' . 1 lrifli' A , ws 3: .ily +L- , "il, ' ,: uri, 'iflx lv? I.: 'uf " 2 3-1.-as ,ff 1' 3 www- ..i.'.... , 3? A . 5' 3 ' N i J , - if 5 'Q' Michael T Peery Q , ' ' tm W lt ' ' ' l' ' . as ,l its f l H' -1 x 1 'N I ,JJ L' ,AT 1 X n ' ,M 1 , 'T ik- L EXXTE 'r W X: ' fe 514.0 Mx' lil? , , fl Larry W. Perdue Rocky Mount, Va Linda L. Perdue Roanoke, Va. Nannie H. Perdue Rocky Mount, Va Wayne A. Perdue Richmond, Va. Sharon K. Perkins Vienna, Va. Channing A. Pfeiffer Richmond, Va. S769 f7fQ.yAm Q12 ei 'x f I Y 1 , 1 H Sm . 7 ' 1 l ,. 2 i F p Yse in M 1: " Q -'f 31 21: ' K y. ,, . . . I-5 '.:c+Q" , ,. Ev: L iff' 'X ' a . . AM fx nwb. Inf' ' , 'A F F -5 -K, 89 'Q Bonnie M. Phelan Roanoke, Va. Jane E. Phillips Vesta, Va. Ronnie L. Pilson Stuart, Va. Thomas G. Pittman Portsmouth, Va. Nancy L. Porter South Boston, Va. Randall W. Powell Roseland, Va. Roger L. Powell Ruckersville, Va. Thomas A. Powell Zuni, Va. Don G. Price Roanoke, Va. Ronald Prillaman Rocky Mount, Va. Rose Marie Prillaman Rocky Mount, Va. Wayne N. Prillaman Bassett, Va. " ei gg, vm Patricia I. Rayne Cape Charles, Va.. Edward T. Reed Roanoke, Va. Walden E. Reed Crozet, Va. Patricia L. Reedy Silver Springs, Md Daniel E. Reid Buchanan, Va. Judy L. Reynolds Rocky Mount, Va. Monty G. Rice Covington, Va. Martha D. Richardson Salem, Va.. Oneda B. Richardson Hillsville, Va. Linda M. Riddle Buena Vista, Va. Jesse J. Rideout Richmond, Va.. Roger A. Ritchie Criders, Va. Q Charles M. Roberts Roanoke, Va. James W. Robins Stevensville, Va. Jean L. Robinson Charlottesville, Va. I Charles G. Rock Midlothian, Va. Dewitt T. Rogers Emporia, Va. Robert L. Rogers Arlington, Va. Raymond D. Rotondo Tallmadge, Ohio Patricia L. Rouzie King William, Va. Charles E. Royster Amelia, Va. 766 552149-5' 122812 J' 'ASM if- - at 1 A 4 , V W W" I 1 E if f 4 ' l s I "i 5- - . af j ' V 15.3, X525 91 Ginger Rudd Falls Church, Va. Donna L. Russell Winchester, Va. Kathleen Salmon Richmond, Va. Linda M. Salyers Covington, Va. Emory H. Sanford Alberta, Va. Louis F. Santospago Wellesley Hills, M Alice M. Saunders Bedford, Va. Roy L. Schilling Roanoke, Va. William E. Shockley Eastville, Va. Charles L. Schoonover Roanoke, Va. Gail Schoonover Roanoke, Va. Arlene Schraga Alexandria, Va. QSESSE l V , w is 5 "v it x.f - Judy E. Smith Appomattox, Va. Michael B. Smith Madison Heights, Va Nancy C. Smith Keysville, Va. William A. Smith Lynchburg, Va. Susan L. Smithers Hampton, Va. Michael L. Snider Rockbridge Baths, Va. fl, :Z - .5553 I Frederick Sorrell Arlington, Va. Edward O. Sowell Richmond, Va. Nancy L. Speakes Woodbridge, Va. Anita G. Spitler Luray, Va. Lud L. Spivey Carrsville, Va. Philip G. Stebbins Arlington, Va. A .Up 5 .. : T i Robert H. Schulze Hollins, Va. Glenn S. Settle Vienna, Va. Michael C. Seward Waynesboro, Va. Kenneth B. Sheeran Roanoke, Va. Eleanor E. Sheets Clifton Forge, Va. Thomas D. Shelton Standardsville, Va Ronald D. Shepherd Richmond, Va. Jan C. Sherrard Roanoke, Va. William R. Shiflet Swoope, Va. Larry R. Sizemore Richmond, Va. Mary E. Slagle Stony Creek, Va. Judith M. Smith Weyers Cave, Va. ape T Betsy S. Stevenson Roanoke, Va. Gene A. Stewart Crewe, Va. Philip R. Stoneburner Woodstock, Va. Terry P. Stout Radford, Va. William L. Straub Lexington, Va. James T. Stroud Richmond, Va. Paul L. Swecher Woodstock, Va. Elmer S. Talley Columbia, Va. Larry J. Talley Richmond, Va. Carla R. Taylor Arlington, Va. Kenneth Taylor Chincoteague, Va Pamela Taylor Richmond, Va. -1- he 've- s-. Robert D. Taylor Abingdon, Va. Thomas W. Taylor Va. Beach, Va. Mary B. Teass Bedford, Va. Brenda M. Thomasson Collinsville, Va. George E. Thompson Lynchburg, Va. Joyce M. Thompson Fairfax, Va. Robert C. Thompson Fairfax, Va. William L. Thompson Mobjack, Va. Paul C. Thornton Winggold, Va. Mervyn C. Timberlake Hampton, Va. Robert W. Todd Richmond, Va. Peggy D. Townsend Ford, Va. l l QW 1:5 ' - ... qifelf . .9 'l X Y' . ,HE . ,..x F ' fl "?,..a.irn1 H. '- 4 . - .g.-'I . :Q :f .Y gf, as.: wh ,Q. 'sw 1 My 'iii .ll Y tr. nga Gu .. 1 ee. 1 H x i ' N. 5 7' at N K Q W ' ' :if x E sr.-. W-'vi' ' 'Q - A -4.0. - . 'Pg V .fi r -Zxbzzdw G .1 .a ' t fr.1f.gL...,. 1. , ., :,' 1-299256 V-L 2542 . - if 1- ... V ff? H u .r ' 1.-gf' Ds? y . . . 3, A . , rf ,f . J 1 I H -1 If . ul.. 5 v s 5 ' ning in ai ...Y .. ,,. L f :EEE Z 1 EF his . im . xv. xr Jeffrey M. Warren Upperville, Va. Mary E. Washburn Arlington, Va. Phyllis A. Washburn Bassett, Va. Betty J. Waterman Roanoke, Va. Grace C. Watkins Danville, Va. Terrell L. Watkins Poquoson, Va. Joan E. Watkins Amelia, Va. Dorothy H. Watson Charlottesville, Va. Mattie L. Watson Moneta, Va. Nancy L. Watts Vigilina, Va. Glenn L. Weaver Richmond, Va. John S. Weaver Lexington, Va. f.. ' I ,,.- 1 his Q UAQ Ffegfmen Imogene Turner Boones Mill, Va. Nancy K. Turner Fairfax, Va. Marian R. Tyler Madison Heights , Brenda L. Tyree Rocky Mount, Va. Penelope Tyree Rocky Mount, Va. Curtis E. Underwood Collinsville, Va. Cynthia G. Vaughan Lynchburg, Va. John D. Vaughan Monroe, Va. Charles L. Vernon Stuart, Va. Jane R. Waller Stuart, Va. Kristin Waln Alexandria, Va. Karyn L. Warfield Fairfax, Va. tu .mu Q H5515 ,K .7 '??- fii 94 Qtr:-2' .. if fm nn rw ' gf in W 5 'ss lu 55 .Wi F 5 3 , I 'PN fi .. 5-1iP'.,w'i 75" f W ., . , if ,. W , 1 8 , f 1 If-fra-'f1'.' l an -..,,..,. I. .debit George L. Webb Richmond, Va. Barry Alan Webb Roanoke, Va. Robert L. Webb Hampton, Va. Donna V. Wells Rocky Mount, Va Glenn R. Wertz Rocky Mount, Va . Linda L. Wertz Roanoke, Va. James H. Whitelaw Monterey, Va. Ernest C. Whitfield Holland, Va. Linda B. Whitlow Rocky Mount, Va Dennis Wiley Troutville, Va. Martha G. Wiley Troutville, Va. Anita J. Williams Chatham, Va. ,E .H ii rl 'S' -5-'K QP? 'Q i7 Q ZIAQS IZZQI? Eb 5 W I , , rf., ,. M r - me f -1' .I ,, ivni , . "'xk. J VJ! Q. . J . 1 iii! Q l w M f f war I A , b 4 5 1 X f. if L .f al may aa. A i 'N ' 61 -'sa -1-4 v R-w - ,agw-1-wf-WM Y -- X ,W ww 1 'iiixzi Ati? eg, 0" ' if IV!- if' Cixi: wg,"-'N' i Charles A. Williams Quinton, Va. Edmond D. Williams Roanoke, Va. Gary C. Williams Stuart, Va. Robert D. Williamson Crewe, Va. Robert C. Wilson Forest, Va. Sharon D. Wilson Waynesboro, Va. James E. Wimmer Roanoke, Va. Charles L. Winfree Fairfax, Va. Deborah Winslow Smithfield, Va. Diane E. Wood Staunton, Va. Darrell T. Worley Stuart, Va. Lenny S. Worrell Roanoke, Va. ,H L, .4 Dennis D. Wray . Bonnes Mill, Va. Brenda A. Wright N Richmond, Va. V Pamela McGregor Roanoke, Va. , 1' Y .- Joy F. Wyant Chesapeake, Va. ' Ronnie C. Wyatt Gretna, Va. James M. Wyrick Roanoke, Va. ' George D. Yancey Kermeth W. Young Edenburg, Va. Richard L. Young ' Ferrum, Va. ' Gordonsville, Va. 1493 122912 ...uw . nw... M.. . 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This year membership was limited to 55 members, although many more students sought membership in the choral group. The choir made two tours of the Commonwealth of Virginia this year, the Christmas tour and another before Easter. Many thou- sands of people have heard the choir since its organiza- tion. Invitations to perform have come to the choir from throughout the state as well as various other states of the nation. The Concert Choir performs for many spe- cial groups and events on campus throughout the year. Building .4 TMP 6501? W.y'l'l"-We 'W WM hu, M C? , ,,,xA itf.A, ,X L.,, ,B , ., .t y5L,,wW 02 tttyy ,W Ja V 0, - 7. ' b 'XXLVQL " 'iiA'-i' N N 4,,,i, A 441 QJ. 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Harris, Nancy Clark, Glen Gornto, Carol French. SECOND ROW: Mike Clark, William Corn, Woody Harrell, Bill Kirby. THIRD S H din ROW: James Belshan, Glen Wertz, Gene Buchanan, Brant Parker, am ar g, Mr. Adams. You dow Say! i O Glen mfg Sam Harding f Weytz MAJ ORETTES LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Jarman Linda Dudley Mattie Bell Susan Baker Brenda McCoy ' ,?,,,s!545k, 13.52 . 'gl ' 3' ' , VE, Mi in J L . 1 ,W h v " ' hh. ,"'i"'!e F ' S-f-,p ' "1 , ' ' ,. 5' far? f , 1 , 'Q 1' . t ,. Tiff " '-1 mf' 435' ' we-f'-' ,ww ' ef, . . 'I A J 'i ' ' ' ' 2-W, .wkvgf-f, ' we Q., .QU i J .Z ii, L Az., M I m. 4 ' ' A ' .1 ,A X ..-Q 1 ix rw ,P 9 ,5 n " . 'Q -.. ,...,. 1 , K ff ' 7 -Q. wf x 1 ' - ,- L 1 g V , , J ,4 . M Wux- ' ff' J f- -L. ' ."- ,-A I I :fgn ' ' 'i . 4" ' VH 15- g ,. .. 4 ff .if ' Y kv ,,,-, 5' ' L: V 5 , I he- .r ,, 'L ,, -1 -9 ,A .and , , r ', ws 5-5 ,.,. ,u 1 . , v 1. 44.1 'f ,1 , .,e 711- 1' 1 . . A . 'I . ff 1' 'f . J A . 1' ' iff. 0 . 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A .4 1 13 'f Q-ig-1 .- 1' ' ' J 4 ' YI' 4.54 , i 'R K ,QM x in my xx s 22311 w 1 w 1,5 71 w w 1 f ig m w 2, gi asf ?' , 1 if af A K 1 H , Sa W E -- 11 ff., 3 A iw 4 new The theme of Religious One of the great highlights of the year and perhaps the most meaningful to the Ferrum campus was Religious Em- phasis Week. The guest speaker, Rev. Arthur Brown, brought a great deal of sincerity of pur- pose with him in dealing with the "New Morality" that faces each individual today. We look back on this week as one that holds a special meaning in our lives. 1711 SEARCH my Each Wednesday morning, the student body meets in School- field Chapel for their weekly religious service. FOR 1. If MIINING I -g 5 Y., LK WD FULFI c O A V Q94 ' f - C 4 W. k 52 ' S0 , 1 X7- e,. .1.. ,f : V:hfffjffj:gA,r7i:,?.??.g, X f Q o U 42 l NNlx0"r' SCN J T QA 5 EMPHASI e ., hqrrum Junior Coll g 7rCh 6 - 5 O ITYGV. arthur H A B lo J l96Q yy ,, roam 7 A X , , Jr., speaker Emphasis Week was: "A Search For Meaning And Ful- fillment." Topics of the week included: Sun.: "Christ and our Vital- ity!! Mon.: "Christ and our Lone- liness" Tues.: " Christ and our Wholeness" Wed.: "Christ and our Integ- rity" Wed. Evening: H o ly Com- munion Thurs. : "Christ and our Com- mitment" The Prayer Room is always open for moments of individual worship. 109 The Christmas Pageant Preparing for Holy Communion dur- ing Religious Emphasis Week. The Episcopal Canterbur Association Th e Episcopal Canterbury As- sociation seeks to understand the Christian student's place in world and campus affairs. It also helps its ni e mb e r s understand the life and mis s io n s of the church. Through active participation we carry on our religious tradition. Baptist Student Union The B.S.U. is an organization which strives to reach every college stu- dent interested in its work and extend the influence of Christ to everyone. Though the pri- mary aim of the work is to provide a more familiar Bap- tist atmosphere to those of this faith, the enrollment is open to anyone. Life Service Band The Life Service Band is an organization composed of all students interested in a church-related vocation. Deputa- tion teams from this organization are sent to various churches in the state to represent Ferrum College and to present the challenge of church-related vocations. This organization is responsible for the Vesper Service held each Wednesday night. 4 - - be , , if , n ail? v M, is , ..., 3 , E V . T. me . I! The Methodist Student Movement is an organization whose functions are to remind each student of his respon- sibility to Christ, to his church, and of his obligation as a Christian citizen to the World in which he lives. Three of the six delegates to the Model United Nations Assembly are preparing their work for the assembly which was held at the University of Virginia on March 4-6. Xu Ql'invm..,, Religious Life Off Campus The Department of Church and Community Services serves the general area in which the college is located in various ways. It has general oversight of the Approved Supply Pas- tors School, which is composed of approximately one dozen men now serving charges who are taking their first years of college work here at Ferrum. Also, guidance is given to approximately twenty pre-ministerial students who preach in several churches in Franklin County. The Evening Classes for Adult Education which meet each Monday night here at the college are also under the direction of the department's director. This department also tries to relate the college creatively to the life of the community in Franklin County and the surrounding areas. ' i I5 : Ig. . . it It U-ju li" ,E A -E 'F ua gg Ev,. HQ Exam, rl! THE CIRCUIT RIDERS The goal ofthe circuit Riders of Ferrum Col- lege is to bring together students who are inter- ested in fulltime church service for the enrich- ment of their personal lives and the spiritual life of the college by rendering service on the campus and in area churches. The Circuit Riders conduct regular worship services in two churches on the Frank- lin Parish each Sunday and teach in the New Hope Methodist Sunday School. They also serve upon reque st in other area churches. Through these services they are not only making a contri- bution to the life of these several churches but g ai n i n g practical ex- perience inChristian leadership, also. 1 1 I, . W, ,f 1 A MW W H2 DORMITORY COUNCILS JOAD .W Zvedlky ' ' TXT 2 .f" Q3 L 1 ,ni 4-fl John Wesley Dormitory was used asatemporary domitory for girls until Bassett Hall could be completed Whenthe girls left John Wesley after Christmas, they gave their Dorm Mother, Mrs. Eggleston, a party and in a way, also said farewell to the dormitory that has served Ferrum Junior College since 1917 John Wesley Hall will become an office building next year. 1 pm he T--ws F - a , hwy... , H3 W0 6914119 jfaf President: Betty Reynolds Vice President: Linda Cooper Sec.-Treas.: Mary Lindsey Chaplain: Linda Moore Hall Monitors: Martha Kinney Beth Sheets Roslyn Harry Linda Perdue Resident Counselors Mrs. Holloway and Miss Hardy President: Bruce Griffith Chaplain: Lloyd Spivey Representatives: Eddie Pippin Lindy Batten Joe Henderson Sam Coleman Resident Counselors: Mrs. Stultz Mrs. Shanks I X .l,,,1i! QJNQV1- ., L ,.v , 1 W H, ' "H m f7?12f09c5 Jfaf use ,, ul President: Dick Seltzer John Wynne Joe Sherry Nick Byrne Arnold Freeman Steve Loving Charlie Leake Tom Duncan Joe Lowry John Carter Tom Denny Resident Counselor Mrs. Anna. Mays DORMITORY USGDHM ZQjQSky Q M 1 i Vw 'II4 President: Don Schilling Representatives: Temple Kessinger Barry Elsberg 2 William West 5 Luther Wellons Monitors: Ray Austin S 2 Q 5 Jerry Little ' L Herbie Moore 1 s isa James Rhodes 1 'E Joe Coppola James Galladay Bob Unrue James Blodgett Baxter Phillips Ed Cohn Resident Counselors: Mrs. Winton Mrs. Roberts CGUNCILS , an ,,. "u ll X11 s 3 J , Ni -,ll-X 'M ' " 'Hu' 'wwwfs 'iw ,VMgiif'sL' U M. oo W "Qi H... "7 W' w sm" H fzyasseff G5d!0!22dI2 H5 President: Patty Winfree Vice President: Flo Bower Secretary: Pat Rouzie Representative: Sue Johnson Chaplain: Ginny Griggs Monitors: Connie Dillon Pat Rouzie Mattie Bell Pam Mowles Kay Barnette Marilyn Emrick Joan McAllister EW JYX . , il - x ,, pa. f'-5, . ' iii. T - 2 1 . i J .az f 't 1 s . is c I l I J CSCQQJQC 012011 ooze? f 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 necessary to have maintained an average , of 2.00 during the freshman year and2.50 during the first semester of the sophomore year. In addition, nograde may be below "C" and not more than one "C" is allowed in the fresh- man year. Only diploma candidates carrying a full course of study may be considered for ' membership. MEMBERSHIP 'Alumni . Shirley Ridney Betty Hamlett Elizabeth Smith Ruth Gay Craddock Sue Thomas Donald Lee Brown Ann Melton Wayne Purcell Herbert Wray Elizabeth Prillaman Ray Simms Natalie Dierkes - Linda Sullivan Betsy McBride Ralph Lindsay, Jr. Joyce Tosh Bruce Welch Irma Ruth Carter Sylvia Smith , ' Hdlliam David Rebecca Carr Gloria Jean Nester Aubrey Yeatts Ronald Compton Julia Hollan Betty Bussey Rebecca Bramnzer 1965 Patsy Hodges Kathleen Hylton Mitchell Bowman Grey Lawson George May Sophomore Jame Shirley Horseley Norman Jean Collard Janet Sloan Jim Davis 1.966 Jimmy Thomas Anne Galloway Virgil Thompson Jerry Durham James 1 J s Pratt Barry Jefferson Blodgett Gail Liddle gl' 955. 1'3" ..-- 14- ' Q ,F ,xf 1 1 W, ge t , as Q " 15 J is g 1 2' - , rr '-G !. Q. . jgefa mppa , In June 1962, Ferrum Junior College gained its charter from Phi Theta Kappa National Honorary Society. Phi Theta Kappa is a recognized honorary scholarship society whose objectives are to promote scholarship, develop character and cultivate fellowship among the students of both sexes in the Junior Colleges of the United States. The names designated for our chapter is Mu Zeata. To be eligible for membership a student must be of good moral character, possess recognized qualities of citizenship, maintain a "B" average, and be in the upper ten per cent of the student body. MEMBERS 1966 David Allen Annette Amos Jim Blodgett Donnie Brown David Byers Nick Byrne Judy Lovell Mike Lovell Bill Martz Bill McCall Joyce Mink Bonnie Montrief 2: Alex Carter Jim Pratt Marny Richardson Irma Carter ' 'afis if Ron Compton Jim Cox Opal DeLong Natalie Dierkes Dickie Dodson Ellen Rorrer Dan Schwartz Sue Setliff Don Shepherd Don Shilling xl J - 3 L. ix? , 15 'E , ' I 21 I ll I I ' -San -L A Linda Dudley Becky Duffy Donna Sue Gates ' Bruce Griffith Betty Hamlin Patsy Hodges Barry Jefferson Doug Jones Gail Liddle Cathie Slover Mary Jo Slusher Beverly Smith I Bob Unrue Buzz Wellons Patsy Wells Bill West Doris Wiggins Carolyn Wirt K . , Y -, V Xl 74 I Sui ,J Li ' 'F Q fmt, f5:1f.- fpceuc lil A 'ii l lil? T ff' - 11, S' Q, V S , r W 5 Q 5 THE IRON BLADE W E ' I -I gg . 3552525 .mn L, www' H U,.wY,..j:'H,, ,N 'N' in ri if 1 it E misuse szggmii saggy, , w ww 1 F - W 'W' "' zgg V. H, The IRON BLADE seeks to be a reflector of student opinion and campus life. It is the logical and most widely circulated manner in which the Stu- dent Body may show its civic concern or con- sternation. Inan attempt to be truly representative, the paper gives consideration to every charmel of thought and action on campus. STAFF Editor-in-Chief ........ . . Vince Watkins Managing Editor ..... . Steve Abramson Business Manager . . . . Loisellen Zook Layout Editor ........... Sandra Ritter Sports Editor ............ Jim Golladay Feature Staff .... Paige Brown, Charles Clark, gi E351 saw Cheryl Crockett, Georgann Ehly, Harriet Holt, George Johnson, Wayne Snider, Cheryl Roberts News Staff ....... Bill Bland, Molly Grogan, Dorothy Graham, Carolyn Miller, Lorraine Speers, Elmer Talley Sports Staff ..... Charles Dunn, Larry Packett, Touey Snider Special Contributors ....... Barry Elsberg, David Arnold, David Graybeal, Barry Cornwall Faculty Advisors ....... Miss Lolene Hodges, James S. Angle Banu! Wi' .C The Ferrum Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda was organized this year. It is a national organization dedicated to improving scholarships and developing qualities that will enable the students to participate effectively and honorably in business, professional, and com- munity life. The club consists of students that are majoring in business. 4e.Zf mmnz' UUA! Zefa am60Q SEATED L. to R. I. Carter C. Taylor B. McCoy STANDING: L. Dalton G. Heizer B. Foley R. Dillon V. Goudie M. Teass Miss Hodges OFFICERS: President ............ . W. T. Harris Vice President . . . ...... Jim Belshan Secretary .... . Mary Carol Flewellen Treasurer . . . .... Donald Horsley Song Leader . . . Richard Bushong Reporter . . . . . Charles Dunn helping others through service. The club plants the campus' first Dogwood. II9 The 4-H Alumni Club is an organization of young people who are outstanding in the 4-H club work. They are interested in 152 122221 ,f'f 35 . .2111 2. . .V. 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NVV M XV, Q Vx V VVA- VVV - V.V, V. , jg3VT Q 22.5 ,gm 5 2-2 12:1 2451 52 2? '1 2 . 44 2 , J" , 1 2 17 Q . 'E' EM- ,Vsimigr VVJV.gv11e1511i011 fi Sgivpifdfi W 11IQafS1Qve152 Q2 Bi?STI1iYlF 222 .21 115113. . . 51125 ?2 1 2 55 5 2" " 2 . ' " V' 7 , 5 2 5 72 M, 111155 22? 9111- , .1:1.-.- 1..- 11215, V 525. ,2 212, V WV I """ as m 11:27. -1 1122 ,2 . . A' 2 gg V va- ffaiffx " 1 6 22 U '10"2i i 1 P " ' I 2 2121 ?1'H.2if 2 fi::1:Lg22 5 y ,as Q3 f V.V, 2f VV V f . , .V V gif 2,.1 1 121- -2 22 ii' V' 2 .E "'- . ,ITF x mf 2.' i . "' 2... is V., .VV Q' ' xg .235 5 ..EEw.. ,. 1 fig wa Ixsgifx 1-"ggi 1 I um czzzzlifs The Humanist Society is a brotherhood of men founded for, and dedicated to service and social projects for the college. Its projects include activ- ities to build school spirit, dances for entertainment, and an ann u al spring fashion show for both men and women. OFFICERS: President: Mack Gray Vice President: Eddie Pippin Sec.-Treas.: Tom Maxwell Members of the Humanist Society include: M. Anderson, D. Arthur, W. Aycock, T. Balsley, S. Bouyer, G. Buchanan, B. Burruss, T. Cahn, M. Clark, R. Clark, R. Clark, T. Cline, Q. C. Davis, R. Dix, T. Dodson, B. Dyson, J. Ebhart, D. Edmonds, D. Ellet, A. Freeman, D. Freeman, L. Flanagan, D. Forrest, D. Garrett, D. Goyen, J. Guynn, W. T. Harris, W. Hayden, B. Hewitt, D. Horsley, H. Jarvis, P. Johnson, D. Jones, F. Jones, D. Kemp, B. King, C. Leake, B. Lyons, S. Loving, S. Marley, J. Martin, J. Meador, B. Moore, B. Nemitz, F. Oglesby, J. Orrock, M. Perry, D. Priest, V. Racer, B. Reed, G. Settle, C. Shaver, B. Sherran, D. Siple, D. Smith, T. Taylor, B. Todd, J. Weaver, J. Woods. 121 Qegafzby c ,eam The Debating Team was organized on the Ferrum Junior College campus this year. Through hard work and under the guidance of their ad- visor, Mr. Foard, the Debating Team competed and placed among the winners in com- petition with other schools from both inside and outside the state. if , 1 ffl? . rw, 3222-f Mr Dall shows the group a facet of mlcro blology Mr. White views a plant slide. Mr. Tillis illustrates a point about Botany. New v Ai Q David Allen works an experiment in Physlcs ' while Mr. Divers looks on. czen ce gnferesf FO ZI!0S V: 725 -.sa .ng Ai Siqfofa Wu gamma Alpha Mu Gamma, National Collegiate Foreign LanguagelHonor Society, was inaugurated this year. Members for 1966 are: D. Brown, R. Bush- ong, F. Ross, P.Winfree, D. Roberts, O. Delong, B. Boxley, B. Hamlin, J. Pratt, B. Lewis, K. Barnett, C. Martin, D. Dale, L. Grine, P. Hodges, and R. Un- rue. ' XZQQZQCAS GZ?-glldyg C6159 The Language Clubs at Ferrum are composed of those students who are taking either Spanish or French and who are interested in learning more about the language and the people who speak it. 5, Officers: President, B. Lewis, Vice President, Richard Bushongg Sec.-Treas., Brenda Hubbard, Advisor, Mr. Maxey. panzls Cf 6 U OFFICERS: President: Bill King Vice-President: Tucker Kirk Secretary: Lynne Grimes Treasurer: Shirley Davis Advisors: Dr. and Mrs. Marban .H 4 f? if ,a k , I , fv .. if ss: H H "" " ti - u jg. 1 a as :W .... .-.,.f,-an,-.1-...Hg 1 ' t N t , t .,, ,. , 1, + 5 .-gt. I we . l g , c5fzz0Q12f Ciofzcczbbn Kwss0c1'aZz'012 The purposes of the Ferrum chapter of the Student Education Association are to develop among our college stu- dents, preparing to be teachers, an understanding of the teaching profession and to acquaint our students with the history, ethics, policies, and programs of our local, state, and national educational associations. The officers are: President-Sandy Ritterg Vice President-Bob Runkleg Secretary-Ruby Rueg Corresponding Secretary-Inez Reynoldsg Treasurer-Steve Burtong Historian- Bob Dillon. . bvjgrar C615 The Library CIUD was organized on the Ferrum Junior College campus in November, 1964. The purposes of the club are to promote acloser relation- ship between workers, and to help them gain a better understanding of the li- brary. Such understanding will enable the staff to as- sist the students more ef- ficiently. 124 I f aozkzfj 'C Grew fx ozzny Qemocrafs The YDC of Ferrum College was organized in 1964. Since its inception, the organization has sought to pro- mote abetter understanding both of the principles and practicalities of American democracy. F' l I Q in 5 A If 1 'rt i ozzny Wap ugfcans OFFICERS: President: Bill Burruss Vice President: Chip Deyerle Secretary: Frances Martin Treasurer: Lorraine Speers Chaplain: Betty Franklin Advisors Mr. Thomas Mr. Tiptonn Csan 0Q1'09e cgaofofers The Sandridge Saddlers Riding Club was organized for the benefit of those students whose interest in equitation th ha dl' would otherwise be neglected during their stay at Ferrum. The club is open to all students interested in e n ing and care of horses. All participants in the club's activities find their efforts well rewarded by hours of enjoyable riding over the numerous trails which surround Ferrum. cfZyf'I.C fare C515 3-:sr This is an organization of Farm boys regularly enrolled in one of our Agriculture classes. We study the ' ' ' ' t' . We have field trips in b which farming can be improved through breeding, selecting and cultiva mg , - means y vite outside speakers from other colleges and universities, and discuss other topics of importance for the survival of farm life. 126 N - A A-A -Am -H K - -A - Fi L, if ii Q C .A . xp 1.1 QW A Z, ,o t ' ' El ,, - 1- H' 1 f -' , ' 'E' , -: F' 1.'f"f.?'Z19-C1.'..Z -is 1 f W f Q A i- fr- 'F ' ,5.i,,-.-i...1 3, waxgzgrf ,Ye ,Y elif- . Q' kg? U ' fi, i N TG :F . it . N , -- .. . , g M ' "" .112 fel... fi . 1 t 1 in S.. "' w 3 , Qs fi awww gm V, . ,gHg,w, s'5-'lf it iwm wr, 655, ,,w!Ai U m ZNVQMTW, .Y iE,i,,p..w,.tg,,g?Hitif?.W..t,.,yE.ih,I.... ivy! ,H ,o,. .Ei W 1 1 -4 '-5 ml L , , ,,. 3, V w Y,,, A., ,waxg if , . gfgqasg :,.1,L:g: . E MV -ig M -. Y . N l " 1 A .- T- "1-9' , A -f 1 i . - F ', ' ' PF ' -V as--.,, :.':,,,,, , 2- ,, H ,ff if". : X X35 g H H H N' X r ' . " ' " i m . 1 ' .- . ,1 1: Z -'-i f-.w , ,, , ,,-...-i. -,-. ir.. -. - . t . . ,, . f.- - 'ff -f':A -- :--+A--f--'lr '-fl? ""'.: ' gT""" 'T ' ' V gr- ' A ,f M A 'ear' as 5 ' ,. ' ' Q f m y V A 'S' ' . ,N H I . ,,, ru, . . --:ij 1, x V , V - .5 ,L L' ., I , ' 'Ig' l ' A :f , is ' 'X 5' f 1 . -. . 1 X,r . t ip F15 I , v ? , H532 , M 7 be Kwssoczkzfzon 0122012 5 Q The Woman's Athletic Association of Ferrum Junior College is an organization of students interested in pro- motingparticipationin Ferrum's Athletic program. Among the many activities, the W.A.A. has participated in spon- soring movies, record hops, and other school activities. The W.A.A. works closely with the Physical Education De- partment and the Director of Activities on campus. Officers: this year are: President, Donna Rabyg Vice President, Judy Smithg Secretary, Susan Garnettg Treasurer, Beth Sheetsg Chaplain, Cindy Vaughan. JUQQ A team was formed this year f those boys interested in earningthe art of Judo. It was ught by "Hiro" Hamada, him- bl ck belt. elf a holder of the a The team competed suc- is essfully with other teams from h are round the state. T ey hown here putting ona program A, or assembly. EMU -,N-'Q' -+..,s- 127 DRAMA , X, In the fall of 1965, the Drama Department presented its first pro- duction of the year, Shakespeare's immortal tragedy, HAMLET. Under the direction of Professor Mackie, the play proved to be one of the high- lights of the school year. The spring production of HARVEY only served to reiterate the extreme excellence of Ferrum's Drama Department. 128 ATHLETICS -zz - Y- Y V- f-..- ansiii, 'I' " l ATHLETICS , w Z w . J- H iM' V ' ' drag . ' - - -f YviwwWfQ1 -Qjfgi U, . , - -, ,.:- ,IJ . , U A Ai J sr if ' sa B73 lla gi lgligb iff' . I E J 88 .41 4 1:34 fav E-, THIRD ROW: KL-RJ - Crutchfield, Powell, Brown, England, Brya.nt, Newman, Kessinger, Sorrels, Baity, Bland, Profitko, Hamrick, Santospago. SECOND ROW: CL-Rl - Harvey, Jenkins, Austin, King, Doherty, Burks, Neeley, Torrence, Casertano, Head Coach Norton and Assistants Tolley and Webb. - 1-' - ,: .M . ' W, me A uw. I , .W W.. Hs... I Z Q N ' Z' Q sl-ea N uv" "Q YJ" Q X . uf ' Co-Captains Jerry Little and Bear Bryant. National Championship 16 McCook, Neb. 0 ,gf Deboe, Unrue, and Arthur. FIRST ROW: QL-RJ - McCarty, Batte, Gibbs, Haggerty, Coppolla, Little, Carter, Crabtree, Snow, Whaley, Anderson, Harris, and Koch. - FOOTBALL 965-'66 The Ferrum Jr. College Panthers came up the ladder of success from the bottom to the very top. Under the superior coaching of Head Coach Hank Norton and his as- sistants Rick Tolley and Phil Webb, they compiled an un- blemished record of 10 wins and 0 losses. The regular season saw a steady climb in the national ranking for the panthers and when they completed their season, they found themselves ranked second in the nation. They were asked to participate in the National Champion- ship Shrine Bowl in Savannah, Georgia, where they met first ranked McCook Jr. College of McCook, Nebraska. They played like the champions that they were all season and won the national title by beating McCook 16- O. Ferrum Opponents galgv ..,.. .V . 46 Shenandoah 6 A P. ttt Eg ihiii . J 44 Newport News O ,LQ 4 5 1: S 27 Wesleyl 5 'l lll. llE V 14 Potomac State O I Ne. , tr , I 37 Chowan O 5 I f S f ,I 6 Gardner-Webb 0 t T M l gg 15 Montgomery 0 t ,l 7 Lees-McRae 6 , g J 48 Richmond Frosh 0 it K wr. if av Msg, ' bg -, M .ffl lb 1 33 Managers Jud Mason, Jim Golladay, and Randy Cline . Crabtree Llttle So rre 11s Torrence McCarty Ojjfgnsg fa -2 Qu ,BL Bryant mfg L n aww- , I ' M ' H W Wm ' 1 i f W Y. .,h, N E . 'A ' ' , 'W" X N' ,f , K' ", , 3+ ' w VM 4 1 l' ' ,. Hm vz.. vw , . ..',, J Aff, I,.Yb.k , wily! 'W ' -. Q-mi, QQ-n lfwqflr ".' P: '1f,rg,Z.I :,.,i:J.. 35, I ,. 'Flaw f, Wwjmsqjy . 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SHRINE BOWL IN SAVANNAH GEORGIA A11rAmerican haliback Frank Sorrells starts on another long run behind the blocking of fullback Jerry Little. Hard-runn1ngfu11backJerry Little bulls over a Montgomery lineman for good yardage. haf- N Manager Jim Golladay assists Butch Whaley during the Montgomery game. xb .N J The "Panthers Squad" stretches their legs after their long bus ride to Savannah. Q. - as V' f I , ,vvf i .xy ,.,.. . .. y ' .. .. U N F ,3...5:V, , L 1 '1 'T' .- f-- , A ,A !5,' F' fig.: - 1 . ? i ' ffl 'HI--45" KNEELING L. to R. G. Settle, J. Marlin, B. Nimitz. STANDING L. to R. S. Lipscomb, B. Braford, P. Blackwell, J. Johnson, P. Winfree, M. J. Slusher-Captain, M. Pryor, P. Marchio. CYZQ Gfeefkaeem The purpose of the cheerleading squad at Ferrum Junior College is to uphold the traditional school spirit, and to reflect the idea of good sportsmanship. As leaders ofthe college, their aim is to follow through with their purposes and to display an enthusiasm which they are proud to claim. , pl q zi- r-- v J sv W lv . X, f . 'f , A i 137 .ff w ve BASKETBALL For the second consecutive year the Ferrum Panthers hadavery successful season. They played atotal of thirty games with a record of 26-4. Head Coach Jim Hartbarger and his assistant Coach, Bud Skeens, directed their team to its second straight Cavalier-Tarheel conference and Region 10 champ- ionships. With four returning starters and tremen- dous bench strength, the Panthers have a good chance of going to the top in the N.J.C.A.A. Tourna- ment in Kansas. Next year's team should be in fine shape with the experienced freshmen returning and the fine recruits that are expected. ' . . K ,cf ' - 5 gift t. t 1. , fx , an s .J .1 1' I . 1 ,Ag - - ' d Jim Davidson AT LEFT Managers Harry Smith Jud Mason and Frank Weightman. KNEELING. Joe Sherry, Pete Smith, an STANDING Mike Parham, John Quinn, Robert Angel Allen Freeman, Danny Baker, Dave Wolfe, Dave Flanagan, Dick Seltzer, Paul 138 MJ EIB :--,?, . 3,5 .1 . ,WP 'ff' 1 lz, . I 'L if mf ,ff-X fe: W' .5 . A gf' 4 fm ' , MQM1,, N, fiffffsiii T' Q it rf xL O. 1 I ig, K -,Q E n , f, sig' 3 W . . V f 'sf' 59 X f " L. Perdue VARSITY . FJC OPPONENTS 36 . . . .Lynchburg ...... .49 56 . . . .Averett . . . . .10 45 .. . .Averett . . . . .26 30 V. . . .Lynchburg . . . .48 42 .. . .Woolwine . . . . .40 28 . . . .Stratford ...... .37 Junior Varsity FJC OPPONENT 23 . . . .Stratford ....... 24 m"'mi. ' ff,-.Ea ' ,ass TEAM A. Furman S. Garnett S. Richardson D. Baby B. Reynolds Dr. Crosslin D. Gibbs J. Nevitt B. Hamlin M. Richardson L. Perdue K. Critchlow S. Hudson L. Grine P. Tyree A. Rakes S. Kiger D. Mize C. Carter D. Easter C. Vaughn L. Cooper J. Watkins S. Hanger Girls' asketball B. Hamlin The "Pantherettes," full of action and spirit, averageda3-3 recordthis year, win- ning both games played on the home court and one away. The girls showed their best teamwork in the last game of the season which gives foresight into the future and gives promise for a really great season next year. For the only experience as a collector team, the junior varsity played Stratford, losing by only one point. C 'yjazzffereffes 7 7 5 Newt ,- M. Richardsml A, Rakes S- Richardson B. Reynold S S- Garnett Q""'5' Managers: L. Cooper 8: K. Critchlow D , ' Rabi' 'Kp-V' P. s Hudson D- Easter T-Wee L. 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With 15 freshmen out this year and with eyes set on National recognition and participation the N.J.C.A.A. tournament, the future looks bright. , , . A Team. -1 ef? -f - :Fe fn Q-w . ,. :if xy ,H n gg. Coach Evans teaching a class in tennis. E . 9 FIRST ROW QL.-RJ - B. Martz, J. Little, J. DeBoe, B. Profitko, D. Brown, T. Gibbs, M. Blankenship, G. Rice. SECOND ROW KL.-RJ - B. Horton, W. Arthur, E. Mise, G. Cocciolone, D, Howlett, W. Koch, B. Pomeroy. THIRD ROW KL.-RJ - J. Coffey, E. Watkins, J. Newton, D. Rhodes. According to the new head baseball coach, Rick Tolley, the outlook for the '66 season is very opti- mistic. With 8 returning sophomores and a host of competent freshmen, the competition for starting po- sitions is keen. On the Ferrum nine their defense is their strong point and to go all the way their pitchers are going to have to come through strong. The Panthers have a tough 23 game schedule and we wish them much luck and we are hoping for a Region 10 championship. 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'- h T" lg- lgsi il -mlraigfj me W ll.. -- 1- 4 w X V My X wg 2 . 155 - ' ,lu has e ,si fl Ma gait "Eff mum-,, WM M sm KYZZSS errum Miss Ellen Rorrer Ellen Rorrer was given the title of "Miss Ferrum." This honor is bestowed annually upon the Sophomore girl who is deemed the most outstanding in scholarship 12.0 average for three semestersj, personality, leadership, and popularity. 1 60 1 W A 1 F if f 6 1 arsfaf 1 Susan Moses and Joette Ramsey lead the procession at Convocation. K! EB Ei!! ' Qi Sophomore Marshals: Betty Reynolds, Samuel Camden, Bruce Griffith Freshman Marshals: Susan Moses, Larry Talley, Brenda Thomasson To be chosen as a marshal at Ferrum Junior College is a great honor. This privilege is given to those students who are chosen by the faculty on the basis of academic standings and leadership ability. They serve at all formal gatherings held at the college. Theirs has been an important work, and they are to be commended for a job well done. -1 v:-:--f aff,-nag!--imfgurwx1.15515-1355 ,gig lc ' ' , ,Mu f N- fzgfgjlf-f :W - f. -4 1 if Z X 1 L V , ' - . it: F fi f' 2 ' 'Y it " 252' ii? 15 fl" f WWW -fi"--N M. ' Sqfj ag ' ssl - - - :fy -1' - . ,-.H , T Er ' ' ' w , : ,K-: Y : ui' 'H 27.1.12 is rl ,, 242+ fag 5 rf is gf: f ' s i ' - 5 ' "' ' -'ill' HW" W' 'Ls , Qi, asia F aqua 5 N. t Z fl . Y A 1 1- gc Q N - 1-H ff' ESS? wif "fs sis agwaw-x ll an ff ' W in '- H W5 , i . F M' ..-"L :gg . Q, ' ' ' :Z 1' Y ' , .V ' Q C- ssl sta so T C - . to ,. at C T i palm, YH-, 12.5-5 asv. 1,-, M.,,.--i-,,,,"t 7m:,i.m",s,Q,...., EL ,M .L-1-a1,m?:,.J2i.m,,a,..-.,,.L.....n Q i 7 Day 1965 Ann Holmes, Sandy Lynn Sand- ridge and Dickie Milam lead May Day procession. L Q 5' 1 5?-'Y ...ffrf i . , .WM lf -we-if ' I 1 , V . ,Tl p 3- EVA ' A 1-77.11. J A 5'7" 4:-': ,, Z I V , '- L' , -5 " , in .' ' 1 E' I ' .:...':'! I 1, f - LW? W N- ,m ,gg V. ,,, -, as E, -,L if'A'- ! ' J Miss Sandra Martz, a 1965 graduate of Ferrum, was chosen Miss Franklin County, 1965. Dr Arthur crowns PatsyV1nes, Homecommg Queen, wh11e her court looks , 5-V5 .Qu p- : . ' 513 3- st -' ' -o QQ. Lxvssq- - :L 4W?": 'lang-xH Hg 5:-'1-r-Ig 1312" V 'A ffm?-. A 'iffun L 'JT PJ f Q EHQEIM.-A ' ' - ' ffvlii 'Fil-Q' in AA W' WW 5 Q I ffm Eg 2' "LE Gfrfkfmas af errum The decorated "s1op shop". Even the Dorm Rooms have Christ- Chapman mas trees. Scene' .. -- -f-vw - Ha11'spfiZeWim'mg outdoor manger ,-,M f- 'Ta Hall. Prize winning door in Roberts :us P-u..n 1' 'L reg egrep -- 'w '24 52 E. 1 The parking lot and Susannah Wesley Hall as seen from Chapman. usnoopyu Says nMen.y Christmasn on this attractive door. i L fin? -lf 4' .- 1+ 'Mfr 4n7,r 1191161 . ,S'EffTXA?f'i 5?-, f 1 ',,af."'.'a.:' PL. I1Jj'j. , fi. +f5." -P' "iii -ffl vc twat' v I 'QL J ' F .w. fikgp-,.' 'lk 39,'9g- zhfer 0120Qrh120f cS1E1z1' andfsw a120fs6av gum lAe s120w." I M 4 was , W.. . V Lia? I, ,A , .,., nv ,O 7 J ' w Xu W' i , 1 gf,-U 0 W is New N N H . M -. . v .fy 'ted Q . 4 'v I kv ur Busy Campus Mrs. Taylor and her co-workers who pre- pare such delicious meals. K V M wi af . i A r4.4 W sf -i ffll ,fx Preparin E dinner for 1,000 Students, .A ,f ' i5?5TjVJf"' , f ' ,,,.,f" nap , -,,f' ,.f' r. 0 Mr. Clark and his co-workers manage the laundry. --X N Mr. Wilson and his co-workers are ever on the move. Two Ferrum girls show their ingenuity in moving clothes. 8 Campus Life V t ww u 1 M5135 w: 15-' , , w , , , , I. h ' " ,,-gg. 1 .iff ,. AL,, W ' ae A 333' , Beauties of the campus -- running? ? '? Dr. Dodd revisits Ferrum and speaks during assembly. What are they doing, anyway? ,,,,.,, f .. ,K i . tw I " ' .1 E Q Q' V , L. fe w ' 7" we nf President and Mrs. Arthur examine a trophy. Oh, come on, now. It couldn't be that hard. 169 ' d we at - Y ,--5235.6 W , ' - J :fe"T" 'fa 1- .,,. ,- 1 , ' The Schoolfield Chapel is located on the center of campus. Under the Chapel is located the COLLEGE LI- BRARY. This is one of the busiest places that is found on campus. Inthe Library, one is likely to find many students busy looking up material or just browsing through the books and magazines. Through the help of the student workers one may find the material that he needs. Fil ll, E 5 1 iii GAGIOQ dl? 51' leafy X: 55 dZ22!U US nay? X ghnslinfi - Art Class Square Dancing Mary Jo and the "Panther" F118 in th e 1 Gym'7??'? Dicky Milam 4 I si x 0 it ni Editoris Consultation The BEACON staff sets out to present to students of Ferrum a book which will be built to adequately cover the year's activities. From a maze of glossy prints, scrawled copy, flash bulbs, and the constant checking and re-checking there finally emerges a year book. Back of all the work involved, there has been the desire to preserve for years to come the true Spirit of Ferrum. The story is finished for now as we turn the keys over to our suc- cessors, with mixed emotions . . . happy that the work is finished and a little sad at the thoughts of a phase of our life at Ferrum ending. The BEACON staff hopes that the memories enfolded in these pages will re- main With us in the years to come. The Beacon Co-Editors ,,,, Sophomo re-Editors Freshman-Editors. Sports-Editors . Business . . Faculty. . . . . Photography . . . Typist . . Sponsor . . . . . Ass't. Sponsor. . . .21 , , Linda Cooper Jim Halstrom . Linda Simmons David Priest . . Jane Phillips Bruce Hewitt Jim Matyiko . . Andy Austin Susan Lipscomb Bruce Nemitz . Brenda Adams Sandy Ayers Sandy Ellis Linda Lackey Steve Loving . . Sandy Ayers . . .Nancy Fisher W. T. Harris Billy Johnson Brad Parker B. J. Waterman . . . Lynn Fisher Judy Jarman Arlene Schraga Brenda Thompson Diane Wood . . Miss Elizabeth Pryor Mrs. Ann Burch , F , Q -f Q l , - ,- .Q 1 Business Managers wt , M' i-Y X M f'f4,' X, M M 5, 526 -P5 1 ll Typists Class Editors . -,.v.f I Co-Editors EDITORS' OTE And so you have completed a hasty glance through the pages of our 1966 BEACON. We, the annual staff, hope you have enjoyed the memories it has brought back to you. It was through long hours of hard work that it was finished. We want to thank Mr. Lacy and Mr. Wimmer for the numerous pictures that they took for the Beacon. With great appreciation to our sponsors whose faith and confidence in our talents made this yearbook possible. And so we the BEACON Staff present this yearbook to you with great expectation that you can look back at the memories of Ferrum College -- cherished and preserved in this 1966 BEACON. 'I73 jg.-in :Aj ,HN 735, w - fa. , 3, , ,., . A-- - ... "i n , PORTRAIT and COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Alton B. Parker, Prop. 11-A CHURCH AVE., S.W. ROANOKE, VA. 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Q .3-qi'Ef:fij'eg5s-15z,1-5'1,a:2Q2,':Z2g21-Q,5 IS ood IRIAD :E25ia1ii'E-'.2EieH:2".2ZZ''2:1152:i1112E2i1EfE2"1... 1:,::f1i5E2"5:gig ,pai 221112:-2:i2f1thy::A:i1:.:,:.1.....,v .,,, . . ..,,.., i-1:52-111I2E2E5fEEE'E?55-E,'i.fE'25E5E1f5E1" - - '?2:iE5:',2,:fr-,,:f,53'E3, .,-1-isL,1525f5E::.-5:fE15323: .. 55295EfEErE5E1:5E,.1i'555315,agg?g25Eg252555i5EEi5E2f2Q532555315223952525232gimigziligziqiggegl5E552522255235:5E2355:51ifE:E41::5:EE: 4 -:si-afi.2212ifzlaia:22za'5:21112111-212:12-1z1e,2.e:1'1:g-w .42'31':'1f'2121:e2f311z2s:.,z::z1211291wifi. -s,1zf1':v1aa5:1iv'1 . V "Z'11Ei:j::'..' F12 25215925512a1:12f:sa:3:e:s:e:a:zz2a5 RAINBO BREAD CCMPANY Roanoke, Virginia 174 RAN DCJLPH-MACCDN COLLEGE 1830 ASHLAND, VIRGINIA 1966 An accredited liberal arts college for men with a national reputation for the success of its graduates. BLACKWELL AU DITORIUM Information may be secured from William A. Robertson, Jr. Registrar and Director of Admissions 175 L-I ' I f I W fl :ggi WAYSIDE MOTEL On U. S. 220, 3 Miles North of Rocky Mount, Va. In the Beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains Phone 483-0588 A Christian College for Men and Women LYNCHBURG COLLEGE Church Related - Co-Educational Fully-Accredited Quality Liberal Arts Program Small-College Atmosphere Granting B.A. and B.S. Degrees for enrollment information Write Director of Admissions Lynchburg College Lynchburg, Virginia 176 "At Home with your Young Ideas" BASSETT FURNITURE INDUSTRIES, INC. BASSE TT, VIRGINIA Wor1d's Largest Manufacturer of Furniture for the . Bedroom . Dining Room . Nursery . Living Room Tables and the New "Prestige" Line of Upholstered Sofas and Chairs I77 FERRUM DRUG CO. Owned and Operated by THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A Complete Banking Service Your Business Appreciated Hugh A. Green, Registered Pharmacist Member A Former Graduate of Ferrum Junior College Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Ready to Serve You Phone EN 5-2201 Ferrum, Virginia Federal Reserve System Phone EN 5-2161 Ferrum, Virginia YOUNG'S GROCERY 8: HARDWARE Phone 365-2601 Ferrum, Virginia Compliments of '77 RESTAURANT" Fine Food "Panther' s Rendezvous" Ferrum, Virginia FRANK PETER'S GROCERY "Appreciate Your Trade" Ferrum, Virginia KAY'S BEAUTY SALON Ferrum, Virginia C.L. ROSS INSURANCE-REAL AGENCY Phone 365-2606 Ferrum, Virginia RAMSEY FORD SALES Phone: 365-2251 Ferrum, Virginia N"-"-'nun-cqq-M -N, "'l 179 A . Fmwen ffl C AND cms tv ' 1 ' If . . Ati, 1, X , Ll?.q S. X 5 x WM, P H- if V' f ' 'Q ' V iq' 'J T ,Jr 126 S. MAIN ST. ROCKY MOUNT, VA. PHONE 483-5911 A Friendly Place to Meet and Eat THE PANTHER RESTAURANT AND DAIRY BAR The Management of The Panther Wishes To Congratulate The Graduating Class of '66 And Wishes For Them The Very Best In The Years To Come. STANLEY CHEVROLET, INC. Your Chevrolet Dealer Caprice . Corvette Chevrolet Smce 1928 Corvair Chevy II And Chevell Phone 365-2176 Day New and Used Cars Ferrum, Virginia 365-2331 Night Compliments of FERRUM VENEER CORPORATION Ferrurn, Virginia T80 Compliments of J.L. PERDUE LUMBER CQ- ROCKY MOUNT MOTORS, INC. Building Materials - Cement - Paint ,Your Ford Dealer Since 1914, Mortar Mix Modern Garage and Repair Shop Phone 483-9981 251 Franklin Street Rocky Mount, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia WYTI WO DY "WI-IITEY RADIO" "WOODY RADIO" 1570 on your dial 900 on your dial First-Finest- Foremost The Station Listeners Choose in in Franklin County Henry and Patrick Counties MORRIS FURNITURE COMPANY Your Friendly Furniture and Appliance Dealer Phone 483-5144 Rocky Mount, Virginia 'ISI 1.1.5.,,..15:3:E:E5:15:3:g1:1::aw Vw-1-X 1. --I-112:1:1:1:1:i11-11' r.-:1:2. 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LYNCH FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY "International Harvester Sales and Service - Farm Machinery - Southern States Cooperative Agency" Phone 483- 5321 Rocky Mount, Virginia "Join Your Friends at the" PALACE BARBER SHOP 3 Barbers at Your Convenience G Wilson Hodges, David J efter son, Allen Hodge s Rocky Mt., Va. Phone 483- 5795 'W- Q liifit A R T- 5 ,ag o W., A F I I Compliments of MARTIN JEWELRY COMPANY, INC. Jewelers and Diamond Merchants Phone 483-5265 Rocky Mount, Virginia "Your Jeweler" Dress Sz Sport Shirts Suits Manhattan Botany 500 McGregor Palm Beach Puritan NASH-LATIMER MEN'S SHOP Rocky Mount's Exclusive Men's Store I Rocky Mount, Virginia Shoes: Bostonians PFRANKLIN WELDING 8. EQUIPMENT CO. For the Finest in Farm Machinery and Service Phone 483-5565 Rocky Mount, Virginia Compliments of ANGLE HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. Phone 483- 5270 Rocky Mount, Virginia I83 Compliments of COOPER LUMBER COMPANY Rocky Mount, Virginia ROCKY MOUNT FLORIST, INC. "Say It With Flowers" Floyd Avenue 1 "' ff" I Rocky Mount, virginia " QGRA Ph 14540, Hot? one 483-5547 dy f 6' 'D' sw "Teen and College Fashions For Men and Gir1s" COX'S Cox Davidman Dept. Store Main Street Rocky Mount, Virginia CARTER' S AMERICAN 416 W. Franklin St. 483- 5634 HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALON 483-9683 Rocky Mount, Virginia BY PASS ESSO Route 220 North Rocky Mount, Virginia WEBSTER MARINE Sales-Accessories-Service Chrysiler Lone Star Boats and Trailers and Grumman Boats ar warn Evinrude Motors Phone 483-9554 Rocky Mount, Virginia Your Best Place to Shop 5-IO BEN FRANKLIN 5-IO Rocky Mount, Virginia Locally Ovsmed- -Nationally Known DAVIS, DAVIS 81 DAVIS Attorneys at Law Rocky Mount, Virginia 4 Compliments of ENGLISH TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY HUB OIL CO. Welding and Electric Repairs Phone 483-9422 Phone 4836145 530 Pe11Ave., N. E. Rocky Mount, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia ARRINGTON-BUSSEY FUNERAL HOME 234-36 S. Main St. Rocky Mount, Virginia Dial 483-5292 -I .I YWIW, MI will 'fi Ii I -U-is Ambulance Service First Aid and Oxygen Equipment "No Finer Service" f . IX. XI , XSL A S I MAR E I Quality Foods At Lowest Prices" Main Street Rocky Mount, Virginia 185 Our Compliments To The Students Ancl Foculty of fy QUALITY wooo WINDOW UNIT B W lil X Www-'t,,'i' ft -.-- 1: -, 0 :fs A-A ' '43 Y 5:-LE . i " if V VENT?-f Hl.l. 4, ,-iQ,,, ' Q gigs tufts at "0MBluuW' J l AMERICNS FINEST WINDUWS... 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. , , 1 - I 1 1 . l l ROCKY MOUNT VA PHONE HU 3 5206 Manufacturers of Millwork Distributors of Builders Supplies 186 FRANKLIN GROCERY AND GRAIN CORP. Wholesalers - Manufacturers - Distributors Virginia's Most Modern Wholesale Grocery Warehouse Institution Foods Custom - Made Feeds Rocky Mount, Virginia tt a:5:-:f: E J.P. STEVENS 8: "i' CUNDIFF TRACTOR 1k'k'A"k'k'k'A"k'k'k'k'k 1 gg AND EQUIPMENT, INC if Stevense if 'k 'A' ' if . . 'lr F F b if Maaigin 7Rr:L::ica 'k 1 Since W3 I "Your John Deere Dealer" 'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'k Phone 483-5691 Rocky Mount, Virginia and Feffum, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia 187 BANKERS TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Rocky Mount, Virginia FRANKLIN REXALL DRUGS y Rocky Mount, Virginia. 3 Ways to Buy Cash, Charge, Lay Away y..m-..ya.n.mu..- Q oc or stone "Rocky Mount's Only Department Store" Rocky Mount, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of HUB MOTORS, INC KIT'FINGER'S DRUG STORE Phone 483-5860 or The Store of Personal Service 483-5217 Rocky Mount, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia 188 THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK of Rocky Mount ROCKY MOUNT, VIRGINIA We are proud of many things throughout Franklin County. On top is the FERRUM JUNIOR COLLEGE, one of the finest Institutes, not only in Franklin County, but throughout the state of Virginia. It is doing marvelous work. Good Luck to Ferrum all down the line. The Peoples National An Eighteen Million Dollar Bank in Rocky Mount, Virginia Phone 483-5759 Watch Repair Rocky Mount, Va. X I 1 XXX. I f '54 'W YDUI TIUNRE UMIST W GIF!! 5 B37 FRANKIJN STFIEEI' Ivan? nocxv uounr VA. Diamond setting and engraving Your Treasure Chest of Fine Gifts in Rocky Mount LYNCH FUNERAL HOME ROCKY MOUNT, VIRGINIA l89 FARM BUREAU INSURANCE SERVICES M. J. Sumrell Galen Brubaker IFARM BUREAU MUTUAL' W H Cannaday EARlY5ETTlERS Phone 483-9475 I FARM BUREAU U55 I 662 North Main Street Rocky Mount, Virginia MIDWAY CLEANERS Sam Phelps Waid Phelps Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing Member of the National Institute of Dry Cleaning Phone' 483- 5323 112 Warren Street Rocky Mount, Virginia WICKLINE CHEVROLET W.N. ANGLE INSURANCE AGENCY "Complete Insurance Protection" Phone 483-5812 Rocky Mount, Virginia ROCKY Molllii, Virginia 190 , ,In ' lull THE LANE COMPANY, INC HUGH'S SNACK BAR "Place to meet, to eat." PLENTY OF PARKING Phone 483-9180 Rocky Mount, Virginia RIVERSIDE DAIRY Distributor of SEALTEST DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone 483- 5252 A Rocky Mount, Virginia Compliments of ROCKY MOUNT JEWELRY Your Authorized Keepsake Diamond Rings CShown privately - Call or write for an appointment.J Everett J. Stanley Rocky Mount, Virginia Compliments of MART RESTAURANT MART TIRE SHOP MART SERVICE STATION AND GREYHOUND LINES Manager SL Owner Mr. KL Mrs. Leo Renick Phone Restaurant 48 3- 5372 Tire Shop 483-9931 Service Station 483- 5560 Quality means so much COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. CLEMENTS MACHINERY SALES Your Authorized Ford Tractor Dealer New and Used Farm and Industrial Machinery Rocky Mount or Phone Wirtz, Va. Rocky Mount, Va BUY SELL OR TRADE 483-4071 JACK GARST AGENCY 334-2241 Boones Mill, Virginia 193 ESIZElb1iShed 1912 THE FARMERS il . .Eg"f5Qmf H5735 VMII EH I e 8. MERCHANTS BANK ,,W I of Boones Mill 1 5.1 4 1 ,.,1 , Boones Mill, Virginia RESOURCES S 4.000.000.00 G. W. Bowman, Jr. C9-Shiel' YOUR FRIENDLY BANK PRE-PLANNED - PRE-CUT HOMES OF CHARACTER Another First by Continental .... ........, UNI- STRUC TURE .1.... Q Your Best Buy E 3 INC- U A Home By CONTINENTAL HOMES. MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS Telephone Federal 4-3331 Boones Mill, Virginia Boones Mill, Va. FRIGIDAIRE VIRGINIA OFFICE MACHINES S l nz Z S v' e 8. EQUIPMENT, -INC. a GS er lc "TWo Locations To Serve You" BOWMAN 'S 502 West Campbell Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia Phone: 344-7771 Frigidaire Sales Ka Service Ferrurn Rd. 483-5305 Retreat Store 438-2366 RFD 4 Rocky Mount, Va "THE RUFF'S ANTIQUES" Guns-Coins- Collector' s Items Phone 334-2172 Boones Mill, Virginia I94 Compliments of In INSURANCE ASSOCIATES, INC. ,111 L5- ..-.-.g.,i. . . . . . "Dividend Paying Insurance" . . 4011 Melrose Avenue, N.W. 'F P. O. Box 6063 ik Roanoke, Virginia Phone 362-1281 031 and Equilflllenf 00 A exyefx 'slqq Asphalt and Heating Oil for All Purposes OVER 1,000,000 GALLONS STORAGE CAPACITY BURNER SERVICE . INSTALLATIONS . CONVERSIONS P. O. Box 762 ROA NOKE, VIRGINIA Visit Oak Hall U.S. For Complete in-Stock Selection of Formal Wear and Fancy Costumes Largest Inventory in South West Virginia Also Featuring Complete Selection of Professional Uniforms for Nurses 85 Nurses-to- Be OAK HALL UNIFORM SHOP Roanoke, Va. Affiliated with Air-Conditioned - Beauty-Rest Mattresses - Television - Wall-To-Wall Carpet - . Tub Sz Shower FRANKLIN MOTEL WITH RESTAURANT On Rte. 220- 6 Mi. North of Rocky Moiuit, Va. 24184 Mr. Sz Mrs. M. C. Martin Managers Phone 483-9962 Patterns Drapery and and Dress Materials Notions of all Kinds OLD DOMINION FABRIC CENTER Phone 483- 5859 U. S. 220 South Oak Hall Cap KL Gown Co. Rocky Mount, Virginia 195 ROANOKE PHOTO 1 FINISHING CO. lg E, , H Dependable Service and Quality Since 1904 JC! Second Street and Luck Avenue JM duflln , ROANOKE 5, VIRGINIA ' Dlamond 4-5118 WM. P. SWARTZ, JR., Pres. GEO. T. HITCH JEWELER. INC. 34 W. Church Ave., Roanoke, Va. DIAMONDS - JEWELRY SILVERWARE CHINA and CRYSTAL Compliments of SECURITY NATIONAL BANK OF ROANOKE 24 West Church Avenue Roanoke, Virginia "For All Your Personal and Commercial Banking Needs" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation , 11,192 I Loose Leaf Ledgers Ruling Books 82 Forms - and - and Filing Cabinets Blank Book Making Lithographing Roanoke, Va. 196 'ROANOKE TIMES Compiiments of GENERAL INSURANCE OF ROANOKE. INC. The Neighboring Daily Newspaper 209 Shenandoah Bldg. Roanoke, Va for Ferrum College Phone: DI 5- 1848 WM. P. SWARTZ, JR. 81 CO., INC. Institutional - Restaurant - School Supplies and Equipment Box 271 421 Luck Ave. S. W. Roanoke, Virginia . -I 451 In I 1 n ix I . -y f .JI today's busy people. . . . 'A .. X, xx-,ki In . . . take to more-Ihon-refreshing Dr Pepper. II's different . . . N' ,.i-I cn happy, harmonious blend of deep fruit flavors. Goes fl! 311 ., .57 . N everywhere, tastes great, and Dr Pepper has o built-in ' JI II V ,VI energy lift. Thof's why todoy's busy people like it. Hove Q i "4 I' IIN, ' Dr Pepper . . . today. - I. i l If e 'L I 'D P PP I ' re er' fl . .ZH I""I""i I I Drew - I VI! JI .. .3Z2""HI1u1uu'wwf- P PPG' Q "HIIIIIIIIIII'IIIr III II ' - ' Fwy ' e 1 ' ' ' .. 'E f' ll 4' In , 2 4 3 Nr' ' f -, 1- it 'Al lflf f fm ' ff I I A E www, mqisha fl UQPWQDQX 197 MILK MAKES ENERGY ROANOKE COOPERATIVE MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATIONS, INC. 1601 Williamson Road Roanoke, Virginia John G. Seibel, Mgr. Phone DI 2-1919 CALDWELL-SITES COMPANY Office Equipment, Stationery A. B. Dick Duplicating Machines and Supplies I Wholesale Blue Horse School Supplies Roanoke, Va. Winchester, Va. Waynesboro, Va. ADAMS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Specializing In MACADAM AND ASPHALT SURFACING Estimates Gladly Furnished Upon Request For Private Roads - Driveways Parking Lots - Airports - Etc. 2725 Roanoke Avenue Telephone: DI 3-2409 Roanoke, Virginia I P. O. Box 60 UIMI AKERS SPORTING GOODS COMPANY Cin front of Post Officeb BASSETT, VIRGINIA We have always given Ferrurn Jtmior College 100fZI service. 629-5400 I98 I Qfta 'F ' QQAAPANY KI N For the REST of Your Life Manufacturers of Mattresses -- Springs -- Cots -- Bed Frames -- Studio Beds -- Pillows MEBANE, NORTH CAROLINA Telephone LOcust 3-9251 Compliments of A FRIEND Roanoke, Virginia HARDER'S DRUG STORE Bassett, Virginia Compliments of THE PINK HOUSE Bassett, Virginia WB. CHEVROLET CO., INC. Sales Service "The home of satisfied customers" Phone: 629-2526 Bassett, Virginia NATHAN'S DEPT. STORE, INC. Featuring Traditional Men's Clothing in Our Oxford Shop and Ladies' College Fashions. BASSETT, VIRGINIA 629-2627 ADAMS FURNITURE CO. Better Home Furnishings Phone NA 9-2725 Bassett, Virginia STAFFORD JEWELRY AND CAMERA SHOP C. M. Stafford, Manager Established 1924 Bassett, Virginia l99 Shop AND Save At REED'S 5-loo STORE BASSETT PRINTING CO I G N Bassett, Virginia Bassett, Va. l DEE'S DRUG STORE One of Virginia's Largest Printers - Specializing in PRESCRIPTIONS FIRST Fine Printing for Schools and Industry Phone NA 9-2539 Bassett, Virginia BLUE RIDGE HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO.. INC. Industrial Distributors Industrial Supplies - Heavy Hardware - Woodworking Machinery and Tools Branches: Main Office Lenoir, North Carolina and Warehouse Martinsville, Virginia NA 9-2551 Bassett, Virginia' BLUE RIDGE TALC. CGMPANY, INC. Quality Products Since 1920 Paint - Caulking Compound - Putty Henry, Virginia ZOO MARTINSVILLE BEAUTY SCHOOL 14 B 'd e Street Martinsville, Va. ' A., E: H g .. lobman "Where Successful Beauticians of , 1 I"- Tomorrow Are Taught." Since 1915 FFV Cookies B gl M DIST CO Famous Labeled Fashions Thomas Matherly, Rep. for the Family N . . Am PATTERSON s DRUG co. "Style Center For Men" Martinsville Martinsville, Virginia Virginia GET THE BEST, GET LEE TELEPHONE CO. SEALTEST ICE CREAM Distributed By E. Nelson Reed, Inc. Collinsville, Virginia "Through Service We Grow" Phone 647-5581 201 G. T. WHITE, President N. R. BURROUGHS, Vice-Pres., Sec'y gl Treas. BURROUGHS-WHITE CHEVROLET CORPORATION ..J 4 EIL.-.. SALES fCH.5Vi0,g,1!f SERVICE , fender and body work a specialty. WEST CHURCH STREET Parts and Service: 632-9831 Phones: Parts Dept. Office: 632-5681 Office MARTINSVILLE, VIRGINIA WICKLINE DRUGS COLLINSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER Collinsville, Va. Phone MI 7-7213 Compliments of MARTINSVILLE BULLETIN Martinsville, Virginia Compliments of ANTHONY BROTHERS LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY. INC. P. O. BOX 129 Bassett, Va. Bassett Phone National 9-2595 Martinsville Phone Mercury 2-6611 202 FERRUM JUNIOR COLLEGE BOOK STORE STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS Books Refreshments School Supplies College Clothing Official College Rings and Jewelry Manager: Mr. James Toler 203 J. H. FRALIN DIAL EM 6-7629 J. D. FRALIN J.H. FRALIN 81 SON GENERAL C ONTRAC TORS 2 5 1 8 WILLIAMSON ROAD ROANOKE 12 , VIRGINIA OUR ROCKY MOUNT-FERRUM BOOSTERS Melvin G. Leisure, Jr., D.D.S. ' Western Auto Associate Store Lewis G. Coffey, D.D.S. Kyle W. Coffey, D.D.S. The Hub Restaurant Ben's Garage Town House Restaurant W. H. Saxon, O.D. J. H. Rucker, D.D.S. Art Beauty Shop Collins Funeral Home 204 1 , 1 - --.-.1 , -. 5, MVVQL ' 1 H . 1 1 i L X 2 m- - 1 I-51 4 1 X , N x lcgirgffi , J, J' VW Abbllt, Watkins, Box 186, Appomattox, Va. Abramson, Stephen M.,507 24th St., Virginia Beach,Va. Allen, David M., Route 4, Box 59, Floyd, Va. Amos, Elizabeth, Sydnorsville, Va. Anderson, John E., 1415 S. Howard, Covington, Va. Anthony, Joe L., Route 1, Spencer, Va.. Arthur, John David, 4816 Coleman Rd., Richmond,Va. Ash, Victoria K., 4412 4th Rd., Arlington, Va. Ashby, Earnest L., 1520 Clayton Ave., Lynchburg,Va. Asher, Martha, 6519 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. Austin, Andrew Y., P.O,Box A, Waynesboro, Va. Ayers, Sandra, Route 1, Box 35, Augusta, N.J. Backus, David A., 5432 S, 5th St., Arlington, Va. Baker, David E., Maple Grove, Va. Baker, Susan C., 633 N. Harriston St., Arlington, Va. Baldwin, Robert W., Keysville, Va. Baldwin, William A., Gloucester Point, Va. Ballew, William, Route 2, Staunton, Va. Barbour, Diane D., 805 Charlotte, Altavista, Va. Barger, Cheryl A., Route 1, Fishersville, Va. Barlow, Randolph, Route 3, Smithfield, Va. Barnard, Paul H., 406 Cypress St., Sa.lem, Va. Barnett, Kay A., 1719 N. Highland St., Arlington, Va. Bartlett, Wirt D., Kidwell Ave., Centreville, Md. Batte, Peter, McKenney, Va. Batten, Lindy W., Route 3, Smithfield, Va. Bayne, David L., 4800 Westmoreland St., Mc Lean,Va. Beavers, Shirley C., Route 1, Box 100, Middleburg, Va. Belcher, Larry S., Route 1, Woolwine, Va. Bell, George B., 715 Francis St., Hopewell, Va. Bell, Mattie I., 919 Laurel St., Bedford, Va. Belote, Herbert T., Melia, Va. Belshan, James E., Route 2, Disputanta, Va. Bennett, Gary, 2569 Inglewood Rd., Roanoke, Va. Blackwell, Patricia, 1133 St. Clair Ave., E., Charlottesville, Va. Bland, James C., 500 Granites Rd., Richmond, Va. Blankenship, Melvin L., Route 4, Box 16, Powhata.n,Va. Blodgett, James F., Route 3, Box 28, Palmyra, Va. Bobrowski, Ronald J., 16 Liberty St., Irvington, N.J. Bohannon, Jane C., Meherrin, Va. Booker, John R., Route 2, Gladstone, Va. Booker, Malcolm A., Route 2, Gladstone, Va. Bowen, James E., 2618 Halifax Rd., South Boston,Va. Bowles, Barry A., Route 4, Box 333, Martinsvi.lle,Va. Bowman, John W., Redwood, Va. Boxley, Bruce V., Louisa, Va. Brady, Ann Marie, 7101 Homestead Place, Springiield, Va. Brady, Mike, 7101 Homestead Place, Springfield, Va. Bralord, William L., Natural Bridge, Va. Brann, William P., Box 258, Heathsville, Va. Brewster, Ronald C., Route 2, Box 114, Chesterfield, Va. Britton, Frances E,, Route 5, Box 624, Petersburg,Va. Brotherton, John A., Box 114 A, Blacksburg, Va. Brower, Florence, Hume, Va. Brower, Joseph H., 1915 Cherokee Rd., Waynesboro, Va. Brown, Donald E., Amherst, Va. Brown, Donald L., 1627 Buick St., Staunton, Va. Brown, Lucy P., Powhatan, Va. Bryant, William H., 1600 Roanoke Ave., Newport News, Va. Bryner, Leon K., 1001 27th St., Arlington, Va. Bryant, Jimmy S., Henry, Va. Buchanan, Leonard E., Box 416, Appomattox, Va. Burchill, Linda J., 954 N.Madison St., Ar1ington,Va. Burks, John H., Box 313, Glasgow, Va. Burrus, William A., Ruther Glen, Va. Burton, Stephen L., Critz, Va. Byers, David I., Route 5, Stuart, Va. Byrne, Nicholous, 361 N. Granada St., Arlington, Va. Cahn, Thomas E., Route 1, Box 481, Hopewell, Va, Camden, Samuel L., 225 Magnolia Ave., Buena Vista, Va. Campbell, Jerry O., 379 Allison Ave., Roanoke, Va. Canada, David M., Phoenix, Va, Carter, lrma Ruth, Patrick Springs, Va. Carter, Alex R., 1015 Westview Dr., Lynchburg, Va. Carter, John C., 1800 Oak St., Arlington, Va. Cherrix, Donald A., Piney island, Chincoteague, Va. Clark, Donald W., 6932 Braddock Rd., Alexandria, Va. Clark, Roy S., Route 1, Box 73, North Garden, Va, Clear, Billy L, Broadford, Va. Clements, Eugene W., Manguin, Va. Clements, Lousi G., 109 Claiborne St., Rocky Mount, Va. Cliborne, Beverly, 1025 Shelby Drive, Richmond,Va. Climenhaga, Richard A., 515 Graham Rd., Falls Church Va. Coffey, James C., 736 Hillcrest Drive, Staunton,Va. Cohn, Edmond M., 324 Oak Lone, Richmond, Va. Cole, Wayne C., 104 Subueban Drive, Chesapeake,Va. Coleman, Mary M., 509 Trents Ferry Rd., Lynchburg, Va. Coleman, Ray S., Route 2, Green Bay, Va. Compton, Ronald J., Longview Drive, Hurt, Va. Cook, JohnO., 114 Sykes Ave., Portsmouth,Va. Cooper, Linda A., Route 1, Box 1125, Virginia Beach, Va. Copeland, Ann, Box 323, Fieldale, Va. Coppola, Joseph C., 1312 Parcell St., Fredericksburg, Va. Cornwall, Barry H., BOB Irving St., Arlington, Va. Cosner, Janet F., 809 Locust Ave., Charlottesville,Va. Cox, Jimmy C., Route 2, Box 39, Herndon, Va. Cox, Robert W., Route 1, Box 15, Amherst, Va. Crabtree, Joe, 104 Beverly St., Kinglong, W.Va. Cralghead, Everette, Route 1, Box 68, Callaway, Va. Critchlow, Kathleen, 3 121 Arlington Blvd., Arlington,Va. Critzer, Floyd M., 300 Fillmore St., Staunton, Va. Crolt, Virginia, 1612 Fillmore St., Arlington, Va. Crutchfield, Wade, LaCrosse, Va. Curling, Stephen, 1234 Jackson St,, Chesapeake, Va. Custard, Brenda G., 8404 Hood Dr., Richmond, Va. Dale, Dianne, 2611 Pershing Ave., Richmond, Va. Davidson, James, 5612 Indigo Rd., Richmond, Va. Davis, Shirley, '708 Jackson St., Fredericksburg, Va. Day, Claudia A., 48 Sharon Rd., Triangle, Va. Day, Michael G., Route 2, Forest, Va. Delong, Opal, Route 1, Box 104,,Goocle, Va. Denny, Russell T., 409 Woodberry Ave., Danville, Va. Deyerle, Burnett, 2409 Mt. Vernon Rd., Roanoke, Va. 1 SECOND YE R STUDENTS Deyerle, Carolyn, 5224 Hawthorne Rd., Roanoke, Va. Dlckison, Barbara, Blairmont, Route 1, Blair-stone,N.J. Dierkes, Natalie J., 2619 John Marshall Dr,, Arlington, Va Dlgeronimo, Susan, 4354 Sheldon Dr., Roanoke, Va. Diggs, Charles, 141 Valley Rd., Waynesboro, Va. Dillon, Connie, 401 Bonhill Dr., Roanoke, Va. Dodson, Dickie, Route 1, Box 208, Ferrum, Va. Doherty, William, 500 Camden Ave., Morrestown,N.J. Dudley, Linda J., 318 Diamond Ave., Rocky Mount, Va. Duiley, Rebecca, Route 1, Box 211, Stafford, Va. Duncan, Robert, Route 1, Amelia, Va. Dunkum, Thomas, Route 1, Box 161, Dillwyn, Va. Duty, Diane D., Star Route 59, Buckingham, Va. Dyson, William, Route 5, Box 257, Richmond, Va. Edmonds, William, 7709 Wangmala Rd., Richmond,Va. Elliott, Thomas, Box 446, South Boston, Va. Elliott, Warren, 6015 Howard Rd., Richmond, Va. Elsberg, Barry W., 1417 Kingston Ave.,Alexandria,Va. Emrick, Marylyn, 3609 Carnell Rd., Fairfax, Va. Esparza, Tony L., 207 Maple, Fairfax, Va. Euglow, Kenneth C., 102 Bobby Jones, Dr., Portsmouth Va. Ewell, Virginia, 3421 Cutshaw Ave., Richmond, Va. Farris, Daniel L., Route 1, Box 122, Boones Mill,Va. Ferguson, David, 5207 Green Meadows Rd., Roanoke, Va. Fisher, Carol, Box 13, Clairmont, Va. Fisher, Lyndall, Gordonsville, Va. Flanigan, Harry L., 312 Olive Rd., Virginia Beach,Va. Fizer, Richard, 902 Prospect Ave., Pulaski, Va. Fletcher, Linda E., 2519 Marvin St., Annandale, Va. Flora, Michael, 2720 Rodgers St., Chespaeake, Va. Floyd, Galen, 2551 Birch Ave., Buena Vista, Va. Ford, William T., 46 Arnold Ave., Radford, Va. Foard, Janet, Ferrum College, Ferrum, Va. Forrest, David, 38 Boxwood St., Hampton, Va. Fralin, Dwight L., Route 2, Cooper Hill, Va. Franklin, Betty J., Route 4, Bedford, Va. Freeman, Arnold M., 1309 Jefferson St,, Chesapeake, Va. Furman, Patricia, Route 3, Box 127, Chesterlie1d,Va. Gardner, Woodson, 406 Hairston St., Martinsville, Va. Garnett, Benjamin B., Rice, Va. Gates, Donna S., 9001 Brightles Ct., Lanham, Md. Gearhart, Micheal H., 4121 Belle Meade Dr., Roanoke, Va. Gerberich, Suzanne, 1419 Deyerle, Rd., Roanoke, Va. Gibbs, Mildred J., Standardsville, Va. Gill, Dennis H., Union Level, Va. Gills, Richard H., 3750 Peakwood Dr.,- Roanoke, Va. Glading, Dorothy W., Route 4, Box 287, Vienna, Va. Golladay, James W., Stephens City, Va. Graul, Richard W., 3308 Gunston Rd., Alexandria, Va. Graybeal, David K., Wytheville, Va. Gray, Berkeley, 1018 Summit Lane, Roanoke, Va. Greene, Julia A., 8905 Brieryle Rd., Richmond, Va. Greer, Christopher, 3800 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. Griffith, Bruce A., Woolwine, Va. Griffiths, Thomas E., 31540 Cedar Rd,, Cleveland, Ohio Griggs, Virginia, 301 Haywood Dr., Chesapeake, Va. Grlne, Lynn, 3 Tam St., Staunton, Va. Gruver, James H., Rt. 4, Rocky Mount, Va. Guthrie, Lloyd R., 680 Tyler St., Christiansburg, Va. Guynn, James V., Route 3, Staunton, Va. Haden, Thomas, Route 6, Box 149, Charlottesville, Va. Hale, Lloyd C., Paint Bank, Va. Haley, Francis, Route 2, Box 348, Bassett, Va. Halstrom, James G., Route 1, Box 58, Stony Creek,Va. Halsey, John V., Route 1, Patrich Springs, Va. Hamilton, Eric, Seaview, Va. Hamlin, Betty, Union Level, Va. Hamrick, Daniel, 24 Lee Hi Ct., Christiansburg, Va. Hanakl, Fukuko, Kobe, Japan Hanks, Nancy E,, 820 Peakview, Bedford, Va. Harding, John T., 522 Ingleside Ave., Emporia, Va. Harding, Pamela J., Keswick, Va. Harreld, Diane, 1201 King St., Alexandria, Va. Harris, William R., Box 116, Hayes, Va. Harris, William T., 1132 Holliahurst Ave., Vinton, Va. Harvey, Carroll, Barboursvllle, Va. Hawker, Frances, Box 226, Cheriton, Va. Hayden, Wayne, Box 664, Tappahannock, Va. Hedrick, Ruth M., Box 85, Linden, Va. Helfrich, Nancy D., 9404 Camrose Rd., Richmond, Va. Herndon, Kenneth N., 1611 Market St., Charlottesville, Va. Hickin, Geoffrey, Seheen School, Seheen, Md. Hicks, Ira, Route 2, Evington, Va. Hilliard, Charlotte, 28 Bliss St., Manchester, Conn. Hobson, Joan, Route 3, Amon, Va. Hodges,Patsy, Barhamsville, Va. Hollingshead, Donald, 3523 Valley St., Arlington,Va. Hopkins, Gail, 904 Wayne St., Arlington, Va. Hopkins, James, 274 Brightwell Ct., Danville, Va. Hopkins, Walter, Route 1, Bedford, Va. Hosallook, Kenneth, Route 1, Broadway, Va. Howe, John, Box 292, Johnston, Pa. Howland, Mary V., Index, Va. lngram, Frederic, Box 184, Hurt, Va. Inman, Shirley, Route 5, Stuart, Va. Jamison, Clark, Boones Mill, Va, Jarrett, Roy, 422 Wilson St., Rocky Mount, Va. Jarvis, Harold, 613 Peak St., Bedlord, Va. Jefferson, Barry, Union Hall, Va. Jefferson, Charles S., Route 5, Chatham, Va. Johnson, Brenda, Route 198, Glade Hill, Va. Johnson, Carol, 300 John Marshall, Vienna, Va. Johnson, Leslie, 1612 Wilbourn Ave., South Boston, Va. Johnson, Peter, 5024 Williamsburg Blvd., Arlington,Va. Johnson, Richard, 3020 Linwood, Roanoke, Va. Jones, Douglas, Box 115, Whaleysvllle, Va. Jones, Frank, 6044 Peters Creek Rd., Roanoke, Va. Jones, James, Route l, Box 301, Bedford, Va. Jones, Ronald, Round Hill, Va. Jones, Sandra, 203 Orchard Ave., Rocky Mount, Va. Jones, William, Route 2, Box 216, Amelia, Va. Kaye, Dennis, 123 Swann Ave., Berryville, Va. Kemp, Darrel, 500 Forest View Dr., Colonial Heights, Va. Kenny, Aileen, 9201 Hull St., Richmond, Va. Kessinger, Temple, 2024 Jefferson St., Covington, Va. 206 1 Kiger, Susan, 115 Fallon St., Staunton, Va. Killingsworth, Sandra, 208 Pennsylvania Ave., Lynchburg, Va. King, Charles, 2001 Atlee Rd., Mechanicsville, Va. King, William, 4020 Stonewall Ave., Fairfax, Va. Kirkner, Keith, Route 2, Box 13M, Chrlstiansburg,Va. Knight, Glen, Route 2, Forest, Va. Lambert, John, 5433 Toney Ave., Alexandria, Va. LaPrade, Carolyn, 164 Hillcrest Dr., Rocky Mount,Va. LaPrade, James, 4705 Sylvan Rd., Richmond, Va. LaPrade, Richard, 164 Hillcrest Dr., Rocky Mount, Va Lasker, Jefierey, Cralgsville, Va. Lee, Robert E., The Plains, Va. Lee, Sharon, 509 Honaker Ave., Richmond, Va. Leick, Donna, 7302 Jervis St., Springfield, Va. Leone, Frank, 1151 Riverton Rd., Riverton, N.J. Lewis, Barbara, Ervington, Va. Liddle, Gail, Box 68, War, W. Va. Lindsay, Janet, 805 Peach St., Bedford, Va. Little, Jerry, 202 Sunnylane Dr., Jackson, Miss. Little, Robert, 939 Oakwood Ave., Roanoke, Va. Llewellyn, William, Buckingham, Va. Lotts, Frank B., 2418 Brady St., Richmond, Va. Loving, James W., McLean, Va. Loving, Steve N., Route 2, Waynesboro, Va. Love, Gordon, 936 Buckingham Ave., Atlanta, Ga. Lovell, GeorgeM., Route 2, Rocky Mount, Va. Lovell, Judy, Route 1, Martinsville, Va. Lowry, Joseph, 308 Sweetbriar Dr., Richmond, Va. Lucado, John, 4003 Summit St., Lynchburg, Va. Maddox, Byron, 1021 Lake Court Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Mann, Jacquelyn, 5317 Thayer Ave., Alexandria, Va. Martin, Ann, 1744 Beulah Rd., Vienna, Va. Martin, Cheryl, 2926 Oak Crest Ave., Roanoke, Va. Martin, Frances, 724 Vene St., Bedford, Va. Martin, Henry, Halifax, Va. Martin, James W., Route 4, Appomattox, Va. Marshall, George, Route 1, Box 114, Triangle, Va. Martz, William, Broadway, Va. Matyiku, James, Route 4, Box 4049, Virginia Beach, Va. Maxwell, Thomas, 5823 Lakeside Ave., Richmond,Va. McCall, William, 6007 27th Rd., Arlington, Va. McCarty, James, Boyce, Va. McCready, Danny, Box 36, Tangier, Va. McNutt, Dawn Mae, 21 Vesper St., Warchester, Md. McNutt, Robert, 1592 Morrison Dr., Lynchburg, Va. Meadore, Larry, Route 4, Rocky Mount, Va. Meyer, Vern, 908 Atlantic Ave., Virginia Beach, Va. Middleton, Jo Ann, 5841 Nebraska Ave., Washington, D.C. Millington, John S., 2107 Pinetree Dr., Richmond,Va. Mink, Wanda, North Hill Drive, Galax, Va. Mise, Edward, 102 Bishop Ave., Danville, Va. Mitchell, Carolyn, 1613 Armstrong Ave., Staunton,Va. Montrief, Bonnie, Route 1, Box 56, Martinsville,Va. Moore, Herbert, Route 4, Petersburg, Va. Moore, William, Meadowbrook Dr., Halifax, Va. Morgan, Patricia, 41 Blair Rd., Federicksburg, Va. Moseley, Dennis, Gladys, Va. Moss, Horace, Route 1, Clover, Va. Motley, Susie, Route 1, Box 198, Colonial Heights, Va. Mowles, Pamela, 720 Grandin Rd., Roanoke, Va. Murphy, Sandra, 2579 Babcock Rd., Vienna, Va. Neely, Ronald, 612 Roanoke St., Christlansburg, Va. Nevitt, Judith, 6514 Enfield Dr., Alexandria, Va, Newman, Robert, 38 Talrnan Rd., Allendale, N.J. Newton, William J., Rectory Lane, King George, Va. Nichols, Martha P., Box 26, Cumberland Gap, Tenn. Nielson, Barbara, 7410 Admiral Dr., Alexandria, Va. Noell, Jimmy, Route 1, Montvale, Va, Nolen, George, Route 3, Ferrum, Va. Nunnery, Patricia, Route 3, Box 299, Fredericksburg, Va. Obenshain, Sandra, Box 101, Fincastle, Va. Orrock, James, Route 1, Box 540, Fredericksburg,Va. Owen, Russell, Route 1, Box 162, Goode, Va. Owens, Foy, Stuart, Va. Paisley, John, Route 5, Box 338, Galax, Va. Palmore, Thomas M., Route 1, Blackstone, Va. Parham, Michael, J., Nathalie, Va. Parr, Thomas, 439 Foxcroit Rd., Warrenton, Va. Patty, Peggy I., 7611 Nancy Dr., Norfolk, Va. Pegues, Constance, 8491 Capeview Ave., Norfolk, Va. Perkins, Claiborne, 1616 Tuckahoe St., Petersburg, Va Perkins, William, 4605 Hilltop Dr., Lynchburg, Va. Phillips, Baxter, 116 Highland Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. Pinckard, James A., Route 1, Boones Mille, Va. Pippin, Edward, Route 2, Box 490, Williamsburg, Va. Plummer, Linda, 118 Virginia Ave., Chesapeake, Va. Pomeroy, William, Trent Hill Rd., Vienna, Va. Porter, Ralph, 325 West St., Falls Church, Va. Powell, William C., North Garden, Va. Pratt, James, Route 3, Saltville, Va. Priest, Royal D., 2919 Oakland Ave., Richmond, Va. Prolitko, Robert J., 33 Winstlow Terrace, Fairlawn, N. J . Purdy, Sandra L., Route 1, Box 3B, Bassett, Va. Purks, William E., King George, Va. Puryear, Robert, 6614 Daviston Ave., Richmond, Va. Quinn, John, 222-33 92 Rd., Queens Village, N.Y. Ragland, Julian, 615 Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va. Rakes, John, 24 Edgemont St., Rocky Mount, Va. Ramsey, Alice, 5411 Westbourne Dr., Richmond, Va. Reekes, Fred, Lawrenceville, Va. Rew, Rubie, Wachapreague, Va. Reynolds, Betty, Charlotte Court I-louse, Va. Reynolds, Celestia, Box 442, Hillsvllle, Va.. Reynolds, Sandra, Route 1, Newport, Va. Reynolds, William, 422 Colbert Ave., Hampton, Va. Rhoades, Dewayne, Green St., Bridgewater, Va, Rhodes, James, 406 Beech St., Petersburg, Va. Rhudy, Rachella, Route 1, Elk Creek, Va. Rice, Gray, Covington, Va.. Rice, Paul, 3281 Somerset Ave., Roanoke, Va. Richards, Elliot, Route 4, Box 128, Floyd, Va. Richardson, Janet, Route 2, Box 155, Lorton, Va. Richardson, Sarah, 3325 20th St., Arlington, Va. Richardson, Marny, Church View, Va. Richter, William, Powhatan, Va. Riley, Elizabeth, 749 Bank St., Beaver, Pa. Ritter, Sandra, Route 3, Box 197, Winchester, Va. Roberts, Cheryl, 10718 Scott Dr., Fairfax, Va. Roberts, Donna Jean, 307 10th St., Radford, Va. Robison, John C., 6024 Numson Place, Falls Church, Va. Rodgers, David, Stuart, Va. Rodgers, John, 6043 21st St., Arlington, Va. Rorrcr, Ellen, Box 434, Stuart, Va. Rose, Margaret,.7022 Garden Dr., Norfolk, Va. Ross, Frederick, 821 Bronpton St., Fredericksburg, Va. Row, Helen, Route 2, Box 298, Spotsylvania, Va. Runkle, Robert E., Standardsville, Va. Salmon, Patricia, 115 Locust Lane, Danville, Va. Salyer, James, Route 2, Floyd, Va. Saunders, Dale, Route 4, Amelia, Va. Saunders, Ronald, 841 Randolph St., Bedford, Va. Schmidt, Suzanne, 7710 Rupert St., McLean, Va. Scott, Brenda, 2636 Lansing Dr., Roanoke, Va. Scott, Pauline, Route 2, Box 10lA, Hordson, Va. Scott, Ralph, Box 74, Wakefield, Va. Seltzer, Richard, 917 Allens Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. Semones, Jerry, Box 514 Canbria Station, Christiansburg, Va. Setliff, Marilyn, Box 66, Fleldale, Va. Shauklas, Victor, Springfield, Va. Shaver, Charles, Box 25, Fishersville, Va. Shelton, Stephen, 148 Cobland Dr., Pulaski, Va. Shepherd, Donald, 145 Wood Ave., Danville, Va. Shepherd, Leonard, Richmond, Va. Sheridan, Nina, 322 Oakridge BlvcI.,Lynchburg, Va. Sherry, Joseph, 4200 Rosemont Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. Shield, David, 110 Dogwood Dr., Newport News, Va. Shlllett, Bruce, 808 14th St., Front Royal, Va. Shlllett, Roger, 1400 Aron St., Charlottesville, Va. Shilling, Donnie, Route 7, Box 266, Roanoke, Va. Shinault, James, Matthews, Va. Shoemaker, Barbara, 2008 Berkeley Ave., Roanoke, Va. Abernathy, Lester, 2718 Troy St., Arlington, Va. Adams, Brenda, Route 1, Ferrum, Va. Adkins, Westley, 705 2nd St., Christiansburg, Va. Akers, Janet, Route 3, Box 35, Hillsville, Va. Alexie, Eric, 1916 Windsor Ave., Roanoke, Va. Allison, Gordon, 817 James St., Roanoke, Va. Amos, Charles, 1630 Edgehill Rd., Waynesboro, Va. Anderson, Charles T., Route 1, Box 148, Charlotte Court House, Va, Anderson, Frank, 1405 Lyle Ave,, Staunton, Va, Anderson, Mark, 5009 Ridgewood Rd., Alexandria, Va. Angel, Robert, 2324 Clark St., Richmond, Vu. Angell, Daniel, Route 1, Box 56, Boones Mille, Va. Arnold, David, 208 Maple Place, Cranford, NcwJersey. Arthur, Alonza, Route 1, Box 128, Rustburg, Va. Ashwell, Danny, Route 34, Box 197, Lynchburg, Va. Atkins, Donald, Route 1, Box 270, Charlotte Court House, Va. Atkins, Francis, 209 Court St., Rocky Mount, Va. Austin, Brenda, Route 2, Box B, Buchanan, Va. Austin, Herbert R., 115 Jacquelyn Drive, Portsmouth, Va. Aycock, Albert W., 402 Patrlclan Dr., Hampton, Va. Baity, Samuel, 1735 Shaffer St., Lynchburg, Va, Bailey, Donna, 2418 Flaralord Dr., Roanoke, Va. Bailey, Kenneth E., Route 1, Saxe, Va. Bailey, Richard, 343 Fudge St., Covington, Va. Bain, Thomas, Route 1, Radford, Va. Baker, Danny, 1815 June Dr., Roanoke, Va. Baker, George, 2635 Bel-Aire Dr., Arlington Heights, I.ll. Baldwin, Betty, 7553 Park Lane, Annandale, Va. Ballard, Sandra, 218 Sunset Dr., Pearisburg, Va. Balsley, William T., Stuarts Draft, Va. Bannister, John, 201 Pichett Ave., Sandston, Va. Banks, Larry, Route 2, Hillsville, Va. Barker, Danny, 4105 Marine Ave., Roanoke, Va. Bartlett, Lynn B., 407 Grayson St., Portsmouth, Va. Barwick, Betty J., 1612 Melinda Dr., Altavista, Va. Benninghove, Wayne, New Canton, Va. Berry, Leslie, Route 3, Edinburg, Va. Bess, Charlotte, Route 1, Box 356, Vinton, Va. Beverley, John H., Blairs, Va. Birckhead, John, 6221 Watson Ave., Charlottesville, Va. Blackburn, Stephen, 10 Bagby St., Staunton, Va. Blake, Elizabeth, Manquin, Va. Bland, Gerald, 2804 Monteith Rd., Richmond, Va. Bland, William, 426 First St., West Point, Va.. Blevins, Christopher, 217 Blair St., Vinton, Va. Blooniquist, John, 8415 Pamela Dr., Richmond, Va. Bogan, Brenda, 210 Ross Hill Circle, Staunton, Va. Bondurant, John, Route 2, Martinsville, Va. Bowen, Francis, 504 Mooney Rd., Chesapeake, Va. Bowyer, Sidney, 5747 Brahma Rd., Roanoke, Va. Bower, James, Anderson, West Virginia Boyer, French, Box 71, Woodstock, Va. Brader, Diane, Route 1, Collegeville, Pa. Bradley, Vicky, Box 64, Narrows, Va. Bralord, Mary, Natural Bridge, Va. Bramnier, Carolyn, Ferrum, Va. Breeden, Alan, Route 1, Box 170, Ruckersville, Va. Brookover, Robert S., Curtis Dr., DumFries, Va. Brooks, Nancy, Route 1, Union Hall, Va. Brown, Daniel, Box 514, Fleldale, Va. Brown, Edward, 1063 Lyndhurst Rd., Waynesboro, Va. Brown, Freda, Route 1, Box 3, Brandy, Va. Brown, Kenneth, Route Al, Box 276, Stafford, Va. Brown, Robert, 918 Apperson Dr., Salem, Va. Bryant, Barry, 417 Manassas Ave., Front Royal, Va. Bryant, Carol, 3921 Bohon St., Roanoke, Va. Bryant, James, 111 Jefferson Ave., Vinton, Va. Showalter, Richard, Route 5, Lexington, Va. Slgmon, Patsy, Route 3, Box 228, Ferrum, Va. Simmons, Linda, Route 5, Petersburg, Va. Simmons, .Louise, Route 4, Stuart, Va. Sink, Glen, Route 1, Rocky Mount, Va. Slover, Catherine, Route 2, Camden, N.Y. Slusher, Mary Jo., 901 Potterton Circle, Vienna, Va. Smith, Betty, Route 1, Winchester, Va. Smith, Beverly, 138 North Madison St., Orange, Va. Smith, David, 7800 Nancy Dr., Norfolk, Va. Smith, Harry, 6011 Chamberlayne Rd., Richmond, Va. Smith, Pete, 2904 Maplewood Rd., Richmond, Va. Smith, Rudy, Onancock, Va. Smithers, Charles, 2232 Memorial Ave., Roanoke,Va. Snider, William, 404 22nd St., Virginia Beach, Va. Snider, Wayne, Rockbridge Baths, Va. Snoddy, Norma, Route 1, Box 57, Esmont, Va. Snow, Emmett B., 1102 Wasena Ave., Roanoke, Va. Sorrells, Frank A., Box 261, Broadway, Va. Speers, Audrey, 2753 Meadows Dr., Chesapeake, Va. Spry, Thomas, 4432 Belmar Dr., Richmond, Va. Stallins, Judy B., 120 Taylor Ave., Salem, Va. Stalvey, Ellen, 4732 Post St., Jacksonville, Fla. Stanley, Dorothy, Route 4, Rocky Mount, Va. Stinson, Leslie E., 2002 Farrand St., Richmond, Va. Stokes, Charles, Inglewood Dr., Lynchburg, Va. Stone, Carolyn, Route 2, Box 733, Bassett, Va. Stout, Francis, Fort Defiance, Va. Strachan, Susan, 724 Beechnut Lane, Martinsville, Va. Study, Nell, Thompson Ave., Reisterton, Md. Swann, Harry K., 506 Stuart Ave., Manassas, Va. Tate, Carol, 515 Arbutus Ave., Roanoke, Va. Taylor, William, Box 537 Mansion Dr., Clarksville, Va. Thompson, James, Route 2, Penhook, Va. Thompson, Richard C., 4901 Prestwick Dr., Fairfax, Thompson, Richard L, Route 5, Penhook, Va. FIRST YE R STUDENTS Bryant, James R., Henry, Va. Buglass, Kay L., 10321 Wood Rd., Fairfax, Va. Bullins, Eddie, Suger Grove, Va. Burger, Helen, 6105 Backlick Rd., Springfield, Va. Burnett, Anita, 1131 6th St., Roanoke, Va. Burnett, Mary Jean, Route 1, Keeling, Va. Bushlong, Richard, Route l, Woodstock, Va. Butner, John, 1146 Orange Ave., Buena Vista, Va. Byrd, Dale, 226 Ridge Rd., Collinsville, Va. Cahoon, Michael, 400 Thale St., Norfolk, Va. Campbell, Robert S., 1224 Wasena Ave., Roanoke, Va. Campion, Donald, 2615 Powhatan St., Arlington, Va. Carroll, Thomas, Route l, Midlothian, Va. Carter, Charles, Route 3, Box 143, South Boston, Va. Carter, Cheryl, Route 3, WalnutDr., Chesterfield, Va. Carter, Kenneth, 3325 Troxell Rd., Roanoke, Va. Cnsertano, James, 7240 Devon St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. Cash, Betty, Route 2, Amherst, Va. Cash, Everett, Vesuvius, Va. Cash, Robert, 1045Westmo1-eland Dr., Staunton, Va. Chambers, Richard, Rice, Va. Chesnut, Gladys, 225 Hillcrest Dr., Collinsville, Va. Clark, Micheal, Box 25, Stanleytown, Va. Clark, Michael L., Route 1, Box 488, Stafford, Va. Clark, Nancy, Star Route B, Staunton, Va. Clarke, Richard, Box 513, Victoria, Va. Clemens, Robert, 6516 Virginia Hills Ave., Alexandria, Va. Clements, Carlyle, Manguin, Va. Clements,James, 1307 Rittenhouse St., Lynchburg, Va. Cline, John, Route 1, Broadway, Va. Cline, Thomas, Timberlake Rd., Lynchburg, Va. Coates, James L., Route 1, Box 184, Colonial Beach, Va. Coffman, Keith, 1411 Nelson Dr., Lynchburg, Va. Coiner, Ellen, Lyndhurst, Va. Conrad, Thomas, 5923 3rd St., Arlington, Va. Connatser, Larry, Route 2, Box 22, Dillwyn, Va. Cook, Brenda, 9700 Bellingham Lane, Richmond, Va. Cooper, Brenda S., 825 Oak SIL., Rocky Mount, Va. Corwin, Adelia, 215 Manassas Ave., Front Royal, Va. Corn, William, Route 4, Rocky Mount, Va. Covey, Steve, 126 Frontier Rd., Roanoke, Va. Cox, William, Route 1, Box 15, Amherst, Va. Crawford, Gordon, 3416 Cove Rd., Roanoke, Va. Cray, Ellen, Fort Eustis, Va. Creasey, Betty, Route 4, Box 194, Bedlord, Va. Creswell, Margaret, 1010 21st St., Arlington, Va. Crockett, Cheryl, 10311 Cleveland St., Fairfax, Va. Crockett, Ralph, Box 81, Tangier, Va. Crutchfield, Billy, South Hill, Va. Crutchfield, Donna, 6819 Ardmore Dr., Roanoke, Va. Curry, James, 1945 Gallaves Rd., Vienna, Va. Dalke, James T., Summit Ave., Woodstock, Va. Dalton, Linda, 1101 Chalmers St., Martinsvlle, Va. Daniel, Douglas, 1227 Laurel St., Roanoke, Va. Daniel, Katrine, 406 Harding St., Emporia, Va. Davis, George, 920 Welton Ave., Roanoke, Va. Dawes, Jane C., 1002 River Forest Place, Martinsville, a. Davis, Joe T., Rocky Mount, Va. Davis, Quinton C., 1202 Gordon Ave., Chesapeake, Va. Davis, Sharron K., Lyndhurst, Va. Day, Robert, 2719 Gallows Rd., Vienna, Va. Deboe, Joel, 544 Ingram St., Danville, Va. Dennis, Billy, 4704 Daleville St., Roanoke, Va. Derby, Joyce, Route 3, Box 498, Petersburg, Va. Detamore, Mildred, Route 5, Charlottesville, Va. Devault, Princess, Route 4, Galax, Va. Dickerson, George D., Box 322, Stuart, Va. Dillon, Karen, 513 Winton Rd., Roanoke, Va. 207 Tompkins, Norma, 3322 Fleetwood Ave., Roanoke, Va. Torrence, James, Route 1, Appomattox, Va. Tuell, Robert, Box 3, Hemphill, W. Va. Turner, Nancy, Box 67, Wirtz, Va. Turner, Pamela, 3500 Martin Ave., Richmond, Va. Uhl, Robin, 606 Greenwich St., Falls Church, Va. Underwood, Shirley, 4722 30th St., Arlington, Va. Unrue, Bobby, 109 Pennsylvania Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Valianos, Dennis E., 1213 Ewell St.,Virginia Beach,Va. Vernon, Owen, Route 1, Alton, Va. Vines, Patricia, 448 Walnut Ave., Waynesboro, Va. Wagoner, Forrest, Appomzittox, Va. Ware, Earl, Big Island, Va. Watkins, Vincent, 5309 Easton Dr., Springfield, Va. Watts, Frances, 321 Myrtle, Altavista, Va. Webb, Phillip, Calloway, Va. Weightman, Frank, Route 1, Box 38, Appoinattox, Va. Wellons, Luther, 1123 Tallwood St., Norfolk, Va. Wells, Patsy, 216 Shell Rd., Chesapeake, Va. West, William, Box 148, Stuart, Va. Whaley, Franklin, 18 Forrest Ave., Claymont, Del. White, Joel, 2143 Woodcrest Dr., Lynchburg, Va., Wigington, Randy, 600 Marshall, Salem, Va. Wiggins, Doris, 3721 Colony Lane, Roanoke, Va. Wilkey, Barbara, 5 Convoy Rd., Newport News, Va. Wilkins, Rodney, 1124 Brlde Lane, Richmond, Va. Williams, John, Basherville, Va. Winfree, Pattie, 23 Littleton Lane, Fairfax, Va. Wirt, Carolyn, Box 4, Wirtz, Va. Wolfe, David, 112 Impalla Dr., Manassas, Va. Woodley, Douglas, 607 Jefferson Place, Alexandria, Va Woods, William J., Route 4, Bassett, Va. Wright, Ernest, Route 2, Box 93, Ervlngton, Va. Wynne, John B., Box 34, Phenix, Va. Zook, Loisellen, 2915 Cumberland St., Roanoke, Va. Dillon, Rachel, Route 1, Box 88, Hardy, Va. Dillon, Robert, Route 1, Box 121, Wintz, Va. Dix, Robert, 202 Madison Ave., Cape Charles, Va. Dobbs, Harry J., Route 1, Mount Crawford, Va. Dodson, Jolm T., 304 9th St., Radford, Va. Dolan, Carlestia, Winginia, Va. Dolan, Mary, Whitacre, Va. Dombrowsl-ry, Charles, 609 Pichett St., Alexandria, Va Dove, James, 2611 Alberta Ave., Roanoke, Va. Dudley, Allen, Union Hall, Va. Dunkum, Ava., Route 1, Box 161, Dillwyn, Va.. Dunlap, Glenn, 2321 Franklin Rd., Arlington, Va. Dunlap, Joyce, Box 26, Claee Mount, Va. Dunn, Charles, Route 1, Box 27, Gloucester, Va. Durshimer, Donna, 198 Shumate Dr., Collinsville, Va. Eanes, Carolyn, 1504 Main St., South Boston, Va. Earles, John, 625 Mountain View Dr., Christiansburg, Va. Easter, Charlotte, Route 2, Box '11, Jetersville, Va. Ebhardt, Joseph, 315 Battle St., Manassas, Va. Edwards, Vincent, 2858 Northview Dr., Roanoke, Va. Ehly, Georgann, 1921 Ironbridge Rd., Richmond, Va. Eldred, Patricia, St. Annes School, Charlottesville, Va. Ellet, David, Route 3, Box 86, Chesterfield, Va. Ellet, Kathryne, 5421 Green Meadow Rd., Roanoke, Va. Ellie, Sandra, Route 1, Rocky Mount, Va. Elmore, Kendall, Box 615, Lawrenceville, Va. England, Tommy, Box 171, St. Charles, Va. Epperson, Emily, Route 1, Halifax, Va. Estep, Bruce, 7107 45th St. Chevychase, Va. Evans, Robert, 810 Wlmer Ave., Richmond, Va. Evans, Ronald, Route 2, Boones Mill, Va. Evans, William, Woodstock, Va, Fansler, Jack, Orkney Springs, Va. Faulkner, Margaret, 445 Monroe St., Arlington, Va. Faulkner, Richard, 1011 Pendleton St., Radford, Va. Faw, Richard, 2734 Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va. Featherstun, Charles, Route 1, Kembridge, Va. Ferguson, Warren, Route 3, Danville, Va. Ferguson, Wayne, Route 3, Danville, Va. Fielder, Robbie, 6927 Plantation Rd., Roanoke, Va. Firklns, Carol, 5802 Sable Dr., Alexandria, Va. Fischesser, Carole, 7504 Murlllo St., Springfield, Va. Fisher, Jai-nes M., Route 2, Callaway, Va. Fisher, Nancy, Route 3, Box 2, Mineral, Va. Fisher, Ruth, Route 1, Box 162, Nathalie, Va. Fitzpatrick, Beverly, 2425 Nottingham Rd., Roanol-te,Va Flanigan, David, 1200 Olive Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. Flewellen, Mary C., Box 183, Salda, Va. Flora, Betty Jo, Route 1, Rocky Mount, Va. Floyd, James E., 2802 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Foley, Helen S., Route 2, Box l71AA, Stuart, Va. Fossett, Harold, 6434 Edsall Rd., Alexandria, Va. Fowlkes, Ronald, 2414 Mount Vernon Dr., Point Pleasant, W. Va. France, Posey, Route 2, Penhook, Va. Fratzke, Richard, Box 266, Gretna, Va, Fravel, Douglas, 723 9th St., Shenandoah, Va. Freeman, Alan, 2511 Waldo Lane, Richmond, Va. Freeman, Stephen, 2844 Longview Ave., Roanoke, Va. French, Carol, 3614 Paul St., Alexandria, Va. Frith, Joseph, 414 Windsor Dr., Rocky Mount, Va. Frost, Robert W., 5603 Sanger Ave., Alexandria, Va. Fulwider, Carl, 201 Thornrose Ave., Staunton, Va. Garnett, Mary S., 345 Wassona Dr., Marion, Va. Garrett, David, 21 Huguenot Rd., Newport News, Va. Geoghegan, Richard, Rocky Mount, Va. Geserick, Alan, 2304 Harrison St., Gibbs, Donna, Route 3, Box 135, Ridgeway, Va. Gibbs, Thomas, Gillies, 5118 16th St., Arlington, Va. Gilmer, Robert, 2nd Ave., Farmerville, Va. Glunt, Patricia, 3900 Broad St., Richmond, Va. Goode, Mary C., 932 Culpepper Dr., Woodbridge, Va. Gordon, Sue, Route 2, Box 230, Falmouth, Va. Gornto, Glenn, 2800 Chesterfield, Norfolk, Va. Gose, Frances, Tanyard Rd., Box 97, Rocky Mount,Va. Gcudie, Charles, Box 402, Bassett, Va. - Goyne, Richard, 3326 Grove Ave., Chester, Va. Graham, Dorothy, Box 257, Route 1, Falmouth, Va. Greenlee, Martha, 9117 Stantayland Dr., Fairfax, Va. Gregg, Phillip, 1216 Apex Rd., Richmond, Va. Grogan, Mary, 205 Jefferson St., Staunton, Va. Gruver, Mrs. Ruby K., Route 1, Box 165, Boones Mill, Va. Guberlch, Susanne, Haggerty, Robert, 113 Elm Rd., Pompton Plains, N.J. Haley, Brenda, Route 2, Box 348, Bassett, Va. Hall, Linda, 2915 Overton Rd., Richmond, Va. Hall, Margie, 341 Oak St., Rocky Mount, Va. Hale, Mamie, 4836 Eden Dr., Roanoke, Va. Han1ada,'Hiroyuld, Osaha, Japan. Hambrlc, Michael, 1245 Marion Ave., Covington, Va. Hamilton, Martha, 109 Belmont Ave., Richmond, Va. Hampton, Stephen, 4009 Richland Ave., Hanger, Susan, 206 Fraser Lane, Staunton, Va. Hannah, Ralph, New Castle, Va. Hardman, Bruce, 937 Carrington Ave., Roanoke, Va. Harding, Joseph, 204 Tarreytown Dr., Richmond, Va. Harding, Samuel, Ridgemont Rd., Johnson City, Tenn. Harmon, Danny, 3005 Roberts Rd., Roanoke, Va. Harper Helen,4605Beam1leld Ave Vir inia Beach Va. , -, E! 1 Harper, Richard, Route 1, Monroe, Va. Harrell, Ted, Waverly, Va. Harrell, Wood, 3317 Blithewood Dr., Richmond, Va. Harry, Roslyn, 1084Jefierson Ave., Waynesboro, Va. Harris, Bobby, Box 387, Manassas, Va. l-ia:-ris, Susan, Vesta, Va. Harrison,James, 614 Main St., Christiansburg, Va. Hart, Riley, Route 1, Box 123-C, South Boston, Va. Harvey, Ronald, Route 1, Lovlngston, Vn. Haugh, Ralph, 3404 Glen Carlyn Dr., Falls Church, Va. Hawkins, Walter, 221 Walnut St., Covington, Va. Heizer, Glenda, Route 5, Lexington, Va. Henderson, Joseph, 199 College Ave., Danville, Va. Hendrix, Mary, Lively, Va. Hendrix, Michael, 3 RactfordVlllage, Radford, Va. Hensley, Dennis, 9 Keswick Dr., Keswick, Va. Herndon, Norman, Box 95, Arnonia, Va. Hewitt, Bruce, 538 Woodside Lane, Waynesboro, Va. Hicks, James, Evlngton, Va. High, Ricky, Box 35, Floyd, Va. Hill, John, Route 1, Box 320, Crewe, Va. Hlte, Marla, 1150 Starmont Ave., Roanoke, Va. Holder, Rebecca, I-Iillsville, Va. Holladay, Sarah, Gordonsville, Va. Holland, Andrew, Route 2, Box 47, Holland, Va. Holland, Arthur, Windsor, Va. Holley, Bruce, 172 Wash Ave., Rutherford, N.J. Holt, Harriet, Route 3, Glen Allen, Va. Honzo, Joseph, 806 Columbia Ave., Palmer, New Horne, Richard, 308 Main St., Chrlstlansburg, Va. Horsley, Donald, Route 3, Box 856, Suffolk, Va. Hornton, Bobby, Route 3, Hlllsville, Va. Houchlns, Alicia, Route 4, Box 168, Floyd, Va. Howard, Judith, 141 Oakwood Place, Danville, Va. Howell, Raymond, 306 Clement St., Radford, Va. Howlett, David, 146 Fairfax St., Radford, Va. Hubbard, Brenda, Route 4, Box 189, Nathalie, Va. Hubble, Andrew, 2B 2nd St., Radford, Va. Hudson, Sharon, 2429 Bruce St., Norfolk, Va. Hudson, Douglas, 122 Shelor Dr., Lynchburg, Va. Huffman, Raymond, 227 Cedar Ave., Buena Vista, Va. Hughes, Dianne, Route 4, Bedford, Va. Hunt, Gary, Penhook, Vu. Hurka, Roger, 2 Georgetown Rd., Carney's Point, N.J. Hyland, Patrick, 203 Masonic View, Alexandria, Va. Hylton, Christine, Route 4, Stuart, Va. Irby, Robert, 124 Wilmouth Ave., Soutli Boston, Va. Isaacs, Pamela, 702 Freeman Rd., Richmond, Va. Jackson, Everett, 156 Third St., Pulaski, Va. Jamison, Jerry, Route 1, Box 140, Boones Mill, Va. Jarman, Judith, 2003 Clark Rd., Alexandria, Va. Jenkins, Edward, 2302 3rd., Richmond, Va. Jennings, Edwin, 830 20th St., Arlington, Va. Jennings, William, Route 3, Hillsville, Va. Johnson, George, 3 Rhonda Circle, Hampton, Va. Johnson, Kenneth, 817 30th St., Roanoke, Va. Johnson, Sandra, Route 2, Huddleston, Va. Johnson, William, 3306 Carter Rd., Roanoke, Va. Jones, Betty, Route 159, Buckingham, Va. Jones, Horsley, Red Oak, Va. Jones, Paul, Collinsville, Va. Jones, Robert, 214 Gray St., Covington, Va. Jones, Roger, Jones, Thomas, New Canton, Va. Kessling, Pamela, 542 Dillard Rd., Roanoke, Va. Ketron, James, Route 3, Bedford, Va. Kibler,James, 172 North Columbus St., Arlington, Va. Klnderman, William, 2504 Gordon St., Hopewell, Va. King, Judith, 5101 Ravenworth Rd., Annandale, Va. King, Richard, 124 Aberden St., Arlington, Va. Kinkade, Richard, Sugar Grove, Va. Kinney, Douglas, Ferrum, Va. Kinney, Martha, Bassett, Va. Kirk, Mrs. Mary,307 Rowland Dr., Lynchburg, Va. Kirby, William, 1045 Mosely Dr., Lynchburg, Va. Knoblock, Terry, 3902 Carolyn Ave., Fairfax, Va. Knupp, Regenia, 2869 Buchanan St., Arlington, Va. Koch, Wayne, 342 Muir Ave., I-layeton, Pa. Lackey, Linda, Box 906, Collinsville, Va. Lackey, Margaret, 186 Winchester Ave., Wnynesboro,Va. Lanier, James, 3901 Carolyn Ave., Fairfax, Va. Law, James, Route 2, Rocky Mount, Va. Layne, Roger, Route 3, Farmville, Va. Leake, Charles, Box 283, Crozet, Va. Lealce, Linda, Route 1, Woodstock, Va. Leap, Steven, 1060 Woodrow Ave., Waynesboro, Va. Lee, Linda, 2518 Barham Rd., Roanoke, Va. Lemke, Thomas, 1365 Elbert Dr., Roanoke, Va. Levesque, Barbaralyn, 2527 Churchill Dr., Roanoke,Va. Lewelce, Nada Jo, 721 Boon St., Salem, Va. Liles, Nancy, 1326 Myrtle Ave., Chesapeake, Va. Lindsey, Mary, 1200 Court House Rd., Arllngton,Va. Link, Robert, Route 2, Staunton, Va. Lipscomb, Susan, 412 Canal St., Fredericksburg, Va. Long, Kenneth, Box 44, Staunton, Va. Long, William, 1329 Bayllss Dr., Alexandria, Va. Lovern, David, 6033 France-ma Rd., Alexandria, Va. Lyon, Robert, 4011 Cravens Creek Rd., Roanoke, Va. Mackey, Joseph, Route 5, Lexington, Va. Malone, Barbara, Henderson Settlement, Lake, Ky. Mann, Nixon, Route 1, Covington, Va. Maness, Betty, Stuart, Va. Marchio, Pamela, 4705 Exelte St., Annandale, Va. Marion, Lawrence, Keysville, Va. Marley, Stewart, 1927 Mapleshade Lane, Rlchmond,Va. Marlin, John, 404 MacArther Ave., Vienna, Va. Marsh, Alfred J., 503 Blueridge Ave., Culpepper, Va. Martin, Earl, 1885 Westview Dr., Charlottesville, Va. Martin, Frank, 4117 Craverns Creek Rd., Roanoke,Va Martin, James C., Route 2, Martinsville, Va. Martin, Robert, 764 Arnett Rd., Danville, Va. Mason, Judson, 4332 37th Rd., Arlington, Va. Mast, Sarah, 3068 Poplar Lane, Roanoke, Va. Mayo, Kenneth, Monroe, Va. May, Janice, Route 1, Brookneal, Va. Mayes, James, Rlleyville, Va. Mayes, Linda, 502,Lyons Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. Mayhew, Nancy, Keellng, Va. McAllister, Joan, 738 Lexington Ave., Charlottesville, v Va. McAllister, Sharon, Route 5, Staunton, Va. McCoy, Brenda, 3706 Abbey Court, Hampton, Va. McGregor, Pamela, 3327 Garden City Blvd., Roanoke, Va. McKinley, Michael, 6622 Barrell Rd., Falls Church, Va. McPetters, John, Route 1, Box 288 Chase City, Va.. Meador, Robert, 215 Jefferson Ave., Meador, Ronald, 91A Iranington Rd., Richmond, Va. Melchior, Donald, 1205 Hudson St., Arlington, Va. Melson, Benjamin, 1010 Cedar St., Pocomalce, Md. Middleton, Olivia, 319 Evon Ave., Haddenfield, N.J. Miller, Carolyn, Route 11, Box 152, Roanoke, Va. Miller, Donald, Rockbrldge Baths, Va. Mlncz, Kenneth, 301 Confederate Ave., Sandston,Va. Minix, Gerald, Naruna, Va. Mitchell, Harold, Arvania, Va. Mitchell, Kathlyn, 104 Starling Ave., Martinsville, Va. Mize, Wanda, Route 2, Box 106, Martinsville, Va. Mizelle, Stanley, 1102 Buchanan St., Chesapeake, Va. Mooney, Todd, 1023 King St., Charlottesville, Va. Moore, Benjamin, Route 2, Moore, John, 209 Tanyard Rd.,Box 206, Rocky Mount, Va. Moore, Linda, 408 Gloucester Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Moore, Margo, 10235 Confederate Lane, Fairfax, Va. Moore, Robert, 10235 Confederate Lane, Fairfax, Va. Morrison, Kenneth, Triangle, Va. Moses, Susan, 331 Oak St., Rocky Mount, Va. Mountjoy, Alton, Dumfries, Va. Mullins, Royal, Route 2, Rocky Mount, Va. Nash, Robert, 739 Prospect Ave., Pulaski, Va. Neel, David, Route 1, Box 187, North Tazewell, Va. Neely, Clarence, 2841 Tloraland Dr., Roanoke, Va. Nemitz, Bruce, 7803 Lycoming Rd., Richmond, Va. Noell, Linda, 3124 Spring Rd., Roanoke, Va. Noland, Thomas, 127 6th St., Pulaski, Va. Northey, Carol, Box 315, Hardscrabble Rd., Ogburn, Julian, 2926 Monteith Rd., Bon Air, Richmond, Va. Ogilvie, Hugh, 718 Colonial Ave., Colonial Heights,Va, Oglesby, Forrest, 2960 Westchester Rd., Rlchmond,Va. Orndoff, Carol, Cattelt, Va. Packett, Larry, Warsaw, Va. Padgett, Carolyn, Route 3, Bedford, Va. Padgett, Linda, 202 Virginia Ave., Fielddale, Va. Palmer, Neil, Route 4, Box 637, Madison Heights, Va. Palmer, Ricky, 204 Alleghany St., Chrlstiansburg, Va. Parker, John, Randolph-Macon Academy, Front Royal, Va. Parsons, Karen, Box 297, Ridgeway, Va. Parsons, Janet, Route 3, Bassett, Va. Patram, Etta, 401 Lee Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. Pattie, Linda, Route 1, Box 11A, Triangle, Va. Paul, Robert, 2102 Halifax Ave., Richmond, Va. Peak, Samuel, Phenix, Va. Pearman, James, Route 2, Box 484, Blacksburg, Va. Peebles, Phyllis, 1433 Maharis Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. Perry, Michael, Box 404, Tazewell, Va. Pennington, Sandra, 605 Wildwood Rd., Pearsburg, Va. Perdue, Nannle, 222 Diamond Ave., Rocky Mount, Va. Perdue, Wayne, Route 2, Box 138 C., Richmond, Va. Perdue, Holley, 2501 Tillett Rd., Roanoke, Va. Perdue, Larry, 317 Leonor St., Rocky Mount, Va. Perdue, Linda, 2501 Tillett Rd., Roanoke, Va. Perkins, Sharon, 701 Meadow Lane, Vienna, Va. Pfeiffer, Channing, 6900 Lyb Rd., Richmond, Va. Phelan, Bonnie, 402 Albemarle Ave., Roanoke, Va. Phillips, Jane, Vesta, Va. Phillips, Ralph, 2912 l-Iurlington Blvd., Roanoke, Va. Pilson, Ronnie, Route 4, Stuart, Va. Pittman, Thomas, 805 Finchly Rd., Portsmouth, Va. Porter, Nancy, 1413 Main St., South,Boston, Va. Powell, Randall, Box 127, Lake Waccamaw, N.C. Powell, Roger, Ruckersville, Va.. Powell. Thomas, Zani, Va. Price, Don, 209 24th St., Roanoke, Va. Prillaman, Rose Marie, Route 4, Rocky Mount, Va. Prillaman, Ronald, 219 Diamond Ave., Rocky Mount,Va. Prillaman, Wayne, Route 3, Box 100-A, Bassett, Va. Pritchett, Glennie, 1203 High St., Charlottesville, Va. Pryor, Earl, 7209 Cleveland Court, Camp Spring, Md. Pryor, Marcia, 526 Harrison St., Arlington, Va. Quesenberry, Connie, Route 4, Hillsville, Va. Raby, Donna, 3520 Wards Rd., Lynchburg, Va. Racer, Vernon, 711 Battletown Dr., Berryville, Va. Rakes, Gary, Route 2, Bassett, Va. Ramsey, Allen, Route 1, Altavista, Va. Rathhurn, Lynne, 6519 Divine St., McLean, Va. Rayne, Patricia, 219 Tazewell Ave., Cape Chai-les,Va. Reed, Edward T., 2421 Mt. Vernon Rd., Roanoke, Va. Reed, Walden E., Crozet, Va. Reedy, Patricia, 15610 Layhil1Rd.,Si1verSpring, Md. Reid, Daniel, Route 2, Box 282, Buchanan, Va. Reynolds, Judy, 204 West End St., Rocky Mount, Va. Rice, Monty, 1001 Rockbridge St., Covington, Va. Richardson, Martha, 917 Watts St., Salem, Va. Richardson, Oneda, Route 4, Hillsvllle, Va. Riddle, Linda, 2247 Birch Ave., Buena Vista, Va. Rldeout, Jesse, 1242 Broad Rock Rd., Richmond, Va. Ritchie, Roger, Cridels, Va. Roberts, Charles, 2144 Deyerle Rd., Roanoke, Va. Robins, James, Stevensville, Va. Robinson, Jean, 609 Wine Circle, Char1ottesvl1le,Va. Rock, Charles, Route 1, Box 53, Midlothian, Va. Rogers, Dewitt, 511 Ingleside Dr., Emporia, Va. Rogers, Robert, 6016 29th St., Arlington, Va. Rotondo, Raymond, 108 Hannah Dr., Tallmadge, Rouzie, Patricia, King William, Va. Royster, Charles, Route 1, Amelia, Va. Rudd, Ginger, 6117 Munson Hill Rd., Falls Church, Va. Russell, Donna, Martinsburg Pike, Winchester, Va. Salmon, Kathleen, 2200 Moonlight Rd., Richmond, Va. Salyers, Linda, 1607 Jackson St., Covington, Va. Samford, Emory, Alberta, Va. Santospago, Louis, 17 Rice St., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Saunders, Alice, 909 Morgan St., Bedford, Va. Schilling, Roy, 4626 Elva Rd., Roanoke, Va. Shockley, William, Eastville, Va. Schoonover, Charles, 1163 Montross Ave., Roanoke, Va. Schoonover, Gail, 1163 Montross Ave., Roanoke, Va. Schraga, Arlene, 102 Beaurgard St., Alexandria, Va. Schulze, Robert, 1303 Keffield St., Hollins, Va.. Settle, Glenn, 1941 Gallows Rd., Viem1a, Va. Seward, Michael, 2520 Cortland St., Waynesboro,Va. Sheeran, Kenneth, 5803 Brahma Rd., Roanoke, Va. Sheets, Eleanor, 1140 Linden Ave., Clifton Forge,Va. Shelton, Thomas, Route 1, Box 133, Sta.ndardsvil1e,Va. Shepherd, Ronald, 8509 Lansdown Rd., Rlchmond,Va. Sherrard, Jan., 2617 Livingston Rd., Roanoke, Va. Shitlet, William, Swoope, Va. Simpkins, James, Sizemore, Larry, Route 14, Box 154, Rlchmond,Va. Slagle, Mary, Box 116, Stony Creek, Va. Smith, Judith, Weyers Cave, Va. Smith, Judy, Box 156, Appomattox, Va, Smith, Michael, Route 3, Box 277, Madison, Va. Smith, Nancy, Box 184, Keysville, Va. Smith, William, 415 Biltmore Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Smither, Susan, 252 Pocahontos Place, Hampton, Va. Snider, Michael, Rockbridge Baths, Va. Sorrell, Fred, 1621 Abirgdon St., Arlington, Va. Sowell, Edward, 5015 Seminary, Richmond, Va. Speakers, Nancy, 99 4th St., Woodbridge, Va. Spitler, Anita, Spivey, Lud, Carrsville, Va. Stebbins, Philip, 842 31st, St., Arlington, Va. Stevenson, Betsy, 2633 Tillett Rd., Roanoke, Va. Steward, Gene, Route 1, Crewe, Va. Stoneburner, Philip, 104 South St., Woodstock, Va. Stout, Terry, 1709 Grove Ave., Radford, Va. Straub, William, Route 5, Lexington, Va. Stroud, James, 908 Bonita Rd., Richmond, Va. Swecker, Paul, Box 330, Woodstock, Va. Talley, Elmer, Route 1, Columbia, Va. Talley. Larrv. 8500 Woodman Rd., Taylor, Kenneth, Deep Hole, Chincoteague, Va. Taylor, Carla, 5049 5th St., Arlington, Va. Taylor, Pamela, 2301 Burnley Ave., Richmond, Va. Taylor, Thomas. 629 Lynn Shares Circle, Virginia Beach, Va Teass, Mary, Route 4, Bedford, Va, Thornasson, Brenda, 200 Shawnee Dr., Collinsville, Va. Thompson, George, 3912 Handy St., Lynchburg, Va. Thompson, J oyoe, B011 Maple Ave., Richmond, Va. Thompson, Robert, 4901 Preswick Dr., Fairfax, Va. Thompson, William, Mobjach, Va. Thornton, Paul, Route 2, Ringgold, Va. Timberlake, Mervyn, 916 Blair Ave., Hampton, Va. Todd, Robert, 3522 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va. Townsend, Peggy, Route 1, Box 35, Ford, Va. Turner, Imogene, Boones Mill, Va. Turner, Nancy K., Fairfax, Va. Tyler, Marian, Box 11, Route 3, Madison Heights, Va. Tyree, Brenda, Route 3, Box 136, Rocky Mount, Va. Tyree, Penelope, Route 2, Rocky Mount, Va. Underwood, Curtis, 118 Seminole Dr., Collinsville, Va. Vaughan, Cynthia, 7400 Timberlake Rd., Lynchburg, Va. Vaughan, John, Monroe, Va. Vernon, Charles, Route 1, Stuart, Va. Wagner, James, 338 Orchard Ave., Rocky Mount, Va. Waller, Jane, Route 3, Stuart, Va. Waln, Kristin, 6507 Bluehill Lane, Alexandria, Va. Warfield, Karyn, 3515 Morningside Dr., Fairfax, Va. Warren, Jeffrey, Uppervllle, Va. Washburn, Mary, 707 Lincoln St., Arlington, Va. Washburn, Phyllis, Box 252 Route 1, Bassett, Va. Waterman, Betty J., 1856 Belham Dr., Roanoke, Va. Watkins, Edward, Route 1, Rustburg, Va. Watkins, Grace, 536 Parkland Dr., Danville, Va. Watkins, Terrell, 95 Lodge Rd., Poquosen, Va. Watkins, Joan, Star Route, Amelia, Va. Watson, Dorothy, 2527 Willard Dr., Charlottesvil.le,Va. Watson, Mattie, Moneta, Va. Watts, Nancy, Route 3, Virgilina, Va. Weaver, Glenn, 5910 Upham Dr., Richmond, Va.. Weaver, John, 608 Marshall St., Lexington, Va. Webb, George, 3535 Iron Bridge Rd., Richmond, Va. Webb, Barry, 2504 Ravenwood Ave., Roanoke, Va. Webb, Robert, 2920 Chespaeake Ave., Hampton, Va. Wells, Donna, Route 1, Rocky Mount, Va. Wertz, Glenn, Route 4, Rocky Mount, Va. Wertz, Linda, 3141 Longhorn Rd., Roanoke, Va. Whitelaw, James, Box 234, Montery, Va. Whitfield, Ernest, Box 64, Holland, Va. Whitlow, Linda, 242 Montview Rd., Rocky Mount, Va. Wiley, Dennis, Box 77, Route 2, Ti-outville, Va. Wiley, Martha, Box 77, Route 2, Troutville, Va. Williams, Anita, Box 68, Chatham, Va. Williams, Edward, 1125 Howbert Ave., Roanoke, Va. Williams, Gary, Route 4, Stuart, Va. Williamson, Robert, Route 2, Crewe, Va. Wilson, Robert, Route 1, Box 345, Forrest, Va. Wilson, Sharon, 1708 Brunswich Rd., Waynesboro,Va. Wimmer, James, 3705 Wycliife Ave., Roanoke, Va. Winfree, Charles, 9014 Littleton Lane, Fairfax, Va. Winslow, Deborah, Route 3, Box 155, Smithfield, Va. Withers, David, Route 2, Box 279, Lynchburg, Va. Wood, Diane, 504 Frederick St., Staunton, Va. Worley, Darrell, Stuart, Va. Worrell, Lenny, Wray, Dennis, Route 1, Boones Mill, Va. Wright, Brenda, 1409 Brookland Rd., Richmond, Va. Wright, Walter, Route 1, Box 509, Rocky Mount, Va. Wyant, Joy, 16 Powell Circle, Chesapeake, Va. Wyatt, Ronnie, Route 2, Grenta, Va. Wyrick, J ames, 4304 Belle Airecircle, Roanoke, Va. Yancey, George, Route 2, Box 151, Gordonsville, Va. Young, Kenneth, Route 3, Edinburg, Va. Young, Richard, Route 1, Box 75A, Ferrum, Va. 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