Floyd County High School - Bison Yearbook (Floyd, VA)

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j|®? H £j££ jSi WWm In Memory of Nora Gardner Presented by Ginny Bill Gardner T ' V!iXuL ' % W B r-. • . ' . ST mm mm mm m _ ..I, JLm jtfttgMM hAi — • VOLUME 5, FLOYD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, FLOYD, VIRGINIA FLOYD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 2 WHERE THE ACTION IS 0 0 0 The sun rises lazily during early morning hours and dawns over a dark quiet mansion known as Floyd County High School. The sun is in no hurry. Though it takes time to stretch and yawn, each minute it is ascending higher and higher over this serene palace of learning. Then, as darkness slowly gives way to the brightness of sun rays, this lone structure awakes and prepares herself for another chaotic day. Her silent corridors, her tacit classrooms, her soundless bells — each remains quiescent as the morning hours pass. Then suddenly all are jolted from this restful state. From within the crowded buses merge clattering feet — feet that are immediately swept into a never ceasing whirlwind of activities: keys unlocking classrooms, chalk scratching against blackboards, locker doors slamming shut, a myriad of innumerable activities. Yet, each pair of feet belongs to an individual, and each individual finds himself engrossed in the various performances of spirit, mind, and body. He becomes as a spoke in an ever-turning wheel — the wheel of action, the wheel which moves within the walls of brick and mortar, to form, to shape, to build, to mold. ACADEMICS 11 CLASSES 33 ATHLETICS 79 STUDENT LIFE 103 ADVERTISERS 163 3 With the distribution of report and the students fill the halls with a unique clamor, cards. . . ACTION . . . AND To each action belongs a reaction. A winning basketball game conveys ecstatic joy, a perplexing test creates mental frustration, a mischievous exploit resolves in deserved reprimands. The action stimulates; the reaction reflects. Every ' student ' s life is a continuing sequence of varied actions which reflect his knowledge, personality, and opinions. Each test gauges exactly how much a student is learning; each facial expression reveals his opinions; each move he makes and each word he says mirrors a facet of his personality. Actions and reactions are like a continuous spiral, each dependent on the other. This unending chain reaction constitutes the boundless animation that makes Floyd County High School unique. Senior English students display varied emotions. Tantalizing aromas fill the halls. . . Adventurous science students perform an experiment. . . REACTION then rush below to pinpoint their results. the faculty gathers for a lunch break. 5 For the boys mod-fashion means paisley, Flower-strewn suits complement long and short hair styles, polka-dot, or flow e re d shirts; low-belted and monogrammed pants complete the attire. Shoulder bags dominate the purse world. FADS IMPLICATE From spikenards to modern cologne, many distinctive fragrances are complements of the fashion circle. 6 From England come the " mod hatters, " invading our fashion world. BRITISH INFLUENCE In the fast-moving world of teenagers, FCHS distin- guishes itself as a school of sharp contrasts. From records— Mancini or the Beach Boys— to skirts, high-waisted or hipster, each student expresses himself through the arts of music, speech, and fashion. He develops his own ideas and actions, yet, at the same time, a d d s to them the novelties that are considered the " latest. " These styles invented by the teen-age generation maybe in great contrast, but that is all a part of the self-expression and fun inferred in creating these extraordinary fashions. Sandals and surfer crosses are indicative of the first days of school. Fashion-conscious girls create a Carnaby Street of their own with hipster skirts and coordinating tops. 7 Journalism students fold newspapers " hot off the press " as another issue of the County Crier informs students of activities around the school. In order to establish a well-rounded education at FCHS, numerous extracurricular activities supplement classwork. Clubs, plays, and athletics are only a few that constitute the unceasing action in our Alma Mater. A student involved in these activities finds himself working scores of untold hours in and out of school. Parti- cipation in these outside projects gives him the qualities of leadership and co-operation which are essential to the leaders of the twenty-first century. Forming the Spread-Eagle jump, a cheerleader sends cries for victory ringing through the crisp air of an autumn night. CLASSROOM ASSIGNMENTS Spectators at a home basketball game crowd the halls in an effort to get to the concession stand sponsored by various clubs for a money making project. 8 Members of the Senior Play cast begin Act Three during a final dress rehearsal. 9 In order to simulate a pre-historic era for the Senior Play, an art student constructs the head of a mammoth out of papier-mache. At pep rallies, integral elements in FCHS ' s athletic program, c o m p e t i t i on yells are students ' favorites. The exodus of students from vacated classrooms and corridors to waiting buses indicates the final revolution of the wheel of action. 10 Brain racking concentration, ocean-deep thoughts, the scratch of pencil on paper— these are characteristics of the mental activity at FCHS. Though physical action is noteworthy, mental action is the determining factor in receiving a diploma, the ultimate goal of one ' s high school education. And who instigates this vigorous activity of the mind? It is the owner of a volume-thick grade book, the carrier of a briefcase bulging with test papers; it is the teacher who provides the student with substances to increase his mental activity, and prepares him for mental actions in the future. 11 cm The accomplishments of the school board of Floyd County High School have made FCHS one of the best high schools in the state of Virginia. The industriousness and foresight of a competent staff have helped the school maintain the high standards set up by the Southern Asso- ciation of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the Virginia State Department of Education. The school board con- stantly tries to make the best better by promoting those issues which best represent the interests of our high school. The innovation of a Director of Instruction in addition to the federally financed programs— the NYC, the Remedial Reading Program, and Basic Adult Education classes— all supplement the progress of a modern school. ADMINISTRATION Mrs. Ruby West, Supervisor of Federal P ro g r a m s; Mrs. Dorothy Casteel, General Supervisor; Mrs. Virgie Weeks, Secretary to Superintendent; Mr. John Houston, Director of Instruction. Mr. Alonzo Monday, Division Superintendent, finds that his duties keep him busy from dawn to dusk. The members of the school board are Mrs. Mildred Thompson, Clerk of the Board; Mr. Alonzo Monday, Superintendent; Mr. Marvin Cole, Mr. Benton Alderman, Mr. Gerald Phillips, Mr. Rex Nixon, Mr. R. O. Slusher, Chairman; Mr. B. P. Simpson, Vice-Chairman. 12 PROMOTES PROGRESS IN LEARNING The mammouth task of administering Floyd County High School belongs to the Principal Ray L. Hollandsworth. To him fall the responsibilities of making decisions, super- vising financial matters, and deciding school policies. Mr. David Harman, the Assistant Principal, has the duties of making daily announcements over the intercom system and handling the disciplinary problems that arise in the school. Within the awesome rooms called the office one finds diligent people dedicated to running the school to the best of their ability. Their management guides FCHS to the highest heights of learning. Mr. Ray Hollandsworth, a recipient of both his B. S. and M.S. degrees from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, is now serving his fifth year as principal of FCHS. Mr. David Harman, holder of a B.S. from VPI, serves as Assistant Principal and teacher of agriculture. The Secretary to the Principal, Mrs. Iris Poff, efficiently carries out her numerous duties. Stacks of papers often surround Mrs. Lorice O ' Connor, receptionist and bookkeeper. 13 SMILE, TEACHERS: YOU’RE ON A surprise birthday cake from the student council sym- bolizes a year to remember for Mr. Hollandsworth. When the word " teacher " is mentioned, a particular image always pops into a student ' s mind— an image por- traying one associated only with school and education. Many times students fail to realize that teachers enjoy taking part in the fun and laughter shared in the world of teenagers. Realizing this, the Bison Staff has used a camera to catch faculty members in the act of being themselves. By reflecting their images on paper, students can see that teachers, too, are individuals who are human. Anxious Coach Brookman ' s expression mirrors disbelief. A teacher ' s work is never done! Mr. Marshall finds that collecting A smile is contagious and choral teacher football admission money adds to his never ending duties. Mrs. Mock proves it. 14 CANDID CAMERA All is not major and minor chords for Mr. Kaufman What more could one say? A student teacher is caught in the as he indulges in a much needed coffee break. act of being herself. 15 COUNSELORS STEER STUDENTS TOWARD HIGH GOALS MRS. NOLA S. ALBERT B. S. , Radford College M. S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Guidance Director Chairman, Teacher Welfare Committee l MISS ANNIE CATHERINE DOBYNS B.A., Emory and Henry College Guidance Counselor SCA Sponsor Often teen-agers become bewildered as they search J for their place in the world. When this happens, it is the guidance counselor who grasps hold of the individual and ' skillfully leads him through the darkness of indecision. Leafing through scores of manila folders and college related materials, the counselors seek solutions to un- answered questions found in the world of youths. These ■ questions may concern a class, a future job, or the everyday frustrations of life. Whatever perplexing doubts 1 a student may have, the guidance counselor is always ready to assist him. The Manpower Development and Training representative captivates a large audience on College Day. : 3 Performing one of her many duties, Mrs. Albert distributes booklets describing College Boards. Miss Dobyns, counselor for underclassmen, outlines the required courses fo an eighth grader. 16 " ESTUDIO, COGNOSCO,” REPLY LANGUAGE STUDENTS Courses offered in the field of foreign languages are limited to Spanish and Latin. Students may enroll in these elective courses for two consecutive years; thus, the foreign language program at FCHS can be a four- year study for any individual of the school. First-year students master vocabulary, conjugations, and basic sentence structures, while second-year students translate Roman mythology or Spanish history. From experiences gained through these studies, stu- dents develop a better understanding of the language, customs, and people of ancient Rome and modern Mexico. Spanish II students depict a scene from a Mexican bull ring as a complement to their geographical and cus- toms study. MRS. THELMA T. HOUCHINS B. S., Radford College Latin I, II, English V, II Freshman Class Sponsor MRS. MARGARET PETERSON B. S., Radford College English IV, Spanish I, II Forensics 17 The Remedial Reading program uses audio-visual aids, such as filmstrips, tape recorders, and word games to increase reading ability. Portraits of pilgrims aid seniors in visualizing Chaucer ' s tale of a pilgrimage to the shrine of Thomas a Becket. During the two semesters of FCHS ' s school year, all students find themselves participating in an E nglish course. Whether it be as eighth graders, interpreting the tragic life of Evangeline, or as seniors, becoming ac- quainted with the heroic deeds of Beowulf, all acquire a valuable knowledge of both literature and grammar I through an extensive five-year study. For those students with specific interests in English I fields, the curriculum includes three electives— speech, I journalism, and remedial reading. WHAT’S IN STORE English IV students take advantage of extra time to work on grammar assignments. 18 MISS BEATRICE DICKERSON B. S., Radford College English I Eighth Grade Sponsor MRS. DENETTE AKERS DILLON B. S., Radford College Remedial Reading MR. DONALD L. FLICK B. S. , East Tennessee State University English I, II Basketball, Baseball, Football Coach MRS. RUTH D. HALLMAN B. S., Ohio University M.S., Radford College English V, Speech One-Act Play and Senior Play Director MRS. ANN S. LAING B. S., Madison College Librarian Library Club Sponsor MRS. ELIZABETH M. MEADOR B.A., Westhampton College English III Bison Sponsor MISS NANCY LOU SLUSHER B.A., Radford College English II, III, Journalism Quill Scroll Club, County Crier , Highland Scops Sponsor TODAY ? SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD OR POE ? Mrs. Laing tries to persuade a student that the Atlas is not a suitable choice for a book report. Use of tape recorder in Speech class aids students in correction of errors. 19 MATHEMATICS MISS KATHLEEN STELLA AGNEW B. S. , Radford College Algebra I, II Pep Club, Cheerleaders, Eighth Grade Sponsor MRS. JESSIE T. HEAFNER B. S. , Roanoke College Math I, II, A lgebra I Senior Class Sponsor MRS. VIRGINIA E. ALTIZER B. S., Radford College Plane and Solid Geometry, Advanced Mathematics Magazine Campaign Co-Sponsor MRS. FREEDA H. RORRER B. S., Radford College Math I, II SCA Sponsor Expressions of complete concentration reveal the per- plexing problems of advanced algebra and trigonometry. Students obtain a broader basic knowledge of mathematics during their first year of study. Multiplication of polynomials quizzes the ability of an amateur mathematician. 20 DISCIPLINES THE MIND TO REASON LOGICALLY The mathematics department steers its students on an interesting but sometimes difficult journey through the land of numbers. Students are provided with chal- lenging activities that serve to abate their endless in- quisitiveness. Problems encountered in a mathematics class can easily be applied to one ' s daily life. Courses in mathematics are offered on diverse levels ranging from Math I and II, a review of basic arithmetic, to advanced math, a recent addition to the curriculum, which includes a course in analytic geometry and pre- calculus. ✓V Simple ciphering is seldom encountered in the second level of a general math course. Geometric figures extend beyond real numbers to ab- stracts, planes, and solids. Fifth-year math students find that systemized charts simplify logarithmic computation. 21 SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSES UNVEIL PAST , MR. WALKER EDWARD CAMPBELL B. S. , Virginia State University Geography, U. S. History Safety Patrol Sponsor MR. ELLIS L. ENOCH A.B, , Fairmont State College World Geography, Drivers Education Football, Basketball, Tennis Coach MRS. ROBERTA W. HEWETT A.B. , George Washington University World History, English IV Beta Club Sponsor MRS. MARY L. JARRATT B. S. , Radford College U. S. Government, Civics Senior Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor MR. RUDOLPH R. MARSHALL B. A. , Emory and Henry College M. S. , Virginia Polytechnic Institute U. S. SVa. History Debate Team Advisor MRS. MARGARET P. WIMMER B. A., Radford College Government, U. S. Va. History Mrs. Wimmer ' s government class is not debating a subject of the future but one of the present— the high cost of living. PRESENT, AND FUTURE History is a tale that never ends. The new grows out of the old and is built upon it. Knowing what has gone before, we are better able to understand what is yet to come. The teachers of the social studies department help the student acquire the skill to view the conflicts and challenges of the world without prejudice. In order to be prepared for the responsibility that will be a part of his adult life, the student must be aware of the foreign and domestic problems surrounding him. By noting the rela- tionship between these past and current events, he will be able to meet the challenge that tomorrow ' s society will present. HHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT NAZISM r i ' □ HITLER Mr. Campbell puts spotlight on a newly organized nation in Africa. Civics students become familiar with the why and how of war as they learn what true Nazism is. World history classes combine talents, studies, and fun to create an exhibit portraying the military tactics of the early Romans. 23 Junior history students move their pens and pen- cils rapidly across their papers as they take notes from lectures on the Old Dominion. INQUISITIVE MINDS Science is a systematized knowledge derived from observation, study, and experimentation. Science teach- ers stimulate a student ' s initiative and curiosity, giving him a desire to learn the how and why of life structure and the environments surrounding him. Sciences I and II introduce biology —the study of a more complex plant and animal life. Chemistry, the science dealing with the composition and properties of substances, opens the door to physics, which guides stu- dents in understanding the forces of nature. Mrs. Truman ' s aquarium fascinates eighth grade science students, for it provides an " on the scene " view of aquatic animals. Arthur Porter ' s exultant expression reveals that happiness Young scientists marvel at the mysteries of celestial to a chemistry student is a successful experiment. rotations. 24 STRIVE TO SOLVE CONTINUOUS PUZZLE OF SCIENCE MR. M. E. BROOKMAN, JR. B. S. , Concord College Biology Football Coach and Athletic Director Varsity Club Sponsor MR. MAX STONE THOMAS B. S. , Roanoke College Physics, Chemistry, Anatomy Science Club Sponsor MRS. IMOGENE C. RUT ROUGH B. S., Madison College General Science Junior Class Sponsor MRS. ALTA M. TURMAN B. S. , Radford College Biology, General Science FTA Sponsor By balancing a meter, students in a general science class ob- serve the function of the Law of the Lever. Anatomy students view the mysterious world of the leucocytes and platelets as they look at blood cells under the microscope. It i - I In physics, one of FCHS ' s advanced science classes, amateur scientists actually apply their knowledge as they change direct current to alternating current. BUSINESS COURSES GIVE CAREER-BOUND MR. WARREN B. EAKIN B. S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Distributive Education DE Club Sponsor MR. JOHN D. HARMAN B. S. , Bridgewater College General Business, Economics, Government Debate Team Advisor MRS. ROWENA A. HOLLANDSWORTH B. S. , Radford College Typing I, II, Office Practice Junior Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor MISS NANCY LOUISE SLUSHER B. S., Radford College General Business, Personal Use Typing, Business Math FBLA Sponsor MISS RUTH ANN SLUSHER Personal Use Typing, Shorthand I, II, Bookkeeping Magazine Campaign Sponsor I Economics student participates in class project to compute gakis and loyes based on Dow-Jones averages. XJ 26 STUDENTS A GLIMPSE INTO HECTIC BUSINESS WORLD Extensive and purposeful drills provide the individual business student with an applicable knowledge of what awaits him proceeding graduation. Through typing and shorthand, the potential secretary acquires perfect co- ordination of nimble fingers and an alert mind; through office practice and bookkeeping he gains experience in secretarial work. Economics and general business teach the fundamentals of business trends and procedures; whereas distributive education provides on-the-job training in the business world. Sober faces imply that concentration is needed to solve the problems of Business Math. Typists increase their speed and ability as they copy words from a screen onto their papers. Attractive displaying of merchandise calls for DE students to consider carefully both the product and the customer. 27 Industrial Arts students express the versatility and initiative needed when constructing material. J r j , - i- ( - L‘ ■ 1 -. " B f i ■i.r 1 % i Girls taking fourth-year home economics verify the correct procedure for planning weddings. VOCATIONAL Agriculture classes observe seed samples to determine the best quality for food crops. 28 MRS. LILLIAN BOWMAN COCKRAM B. S. , Radford College Home Economics FHA, Young Homemakers Sponsor MRS. NORA GARDNER B. S. , Radford College Home Economics Young Homemakers Sponsor FHA Co-Sponsor MR. H. P. JENNINGS B. S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Vocational Agriculture FFA Sponsor MR. LONNIE J. KEITH B. S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Vocational Agriculture KVG Sponsor FFA Co-Sponsor MR. CALVIN RORRER B. S. , Virginia Polytechnic Institute Industrial Arts School Photographer DEPARTMENT FORMS INTEGRAL PART OF FCHS The humming of a sewing machine, the buzzing of a saw, the clanking of farm machinery— this is the clamor found in the vocational wing of FCHS. Such activities as planning a modern kitchen, making a survey of the nation ' s trends in agriculture, or constructing a contem- porary bookshelf serve as a vent for the development of a student ' s skills and natural talents; thus, a foundation is laid for many who plan to enter an occupation imme- diately after graduation. Filling out record books constitutes much of these future farmers ' class period. To make the study of child care more interesting, young homemakers constructed a bulletin board of their baby pictures. PHYSICAL EDUCATION - THE ROAD TO MISS JUDY M. CRADDOCK B, S., Radford College Physical Education MR. JERRY V. JONES B.A., Emory and Henry College Physical Education Bus Patrol Sponsor Football, Basketball, Track Coach MR. CLYDE A. SMITH A. A., Chowan College B. A., Roanoke College Senior Hi-Y Sponsor Football, Basketball, Track Coach Fun and body building exercises constitute the daily routine of physical education students. Through health classes, these boys discover why they are capable of running relays and throwing basketballs. 30 PHYSICAL FITNESS The goal of physical education is to strengthen and develop the human body. Students in the eighth and ninth grades reach this goal by participating in strenuous gymnastics and sports activities. During three class period s of the week, students join together in group exercises and participate in games, such as table tennis or field hockey. The remaining two class periods are used by the eighth graders to study health, whereas ninth graders gain knowledge and skill in administering first aid. In drivers education courses, students are prepared for their permanent licenses. When competing in class tournaments, the girls in physical education must remember the proper techniques as well as the rules. 31 FINE ARTS PRESENT DIVERSIFIED ENTERTAINMENT " Practice makes perfect " is an adage often heard by students whose classes include either band, choral, or art. The continual clamor of musicians searching for perfection in the melodies they vocalize or produce via instruments fills practice rooms with constant chaos daily. Scales and musical selections must be repeated countless times before directors become satisfied with the sounds produced. Basic art students, too, find that practicing basic shapes improves drawing techniques, whether contour drawing or sketching. Ink washes and pastel drawings intrigue basic art students. Vibrant voices resound in empty auditorium during prac tice session. MISS SHARON E. ATKINSON B. S. , Radford College Art MR. JACK KAUFMAN A.B. , Glenville State College M.A., University of Virginia Band MRS. RUTH E. MOCK B. M. , College of Wooster Choral Glee Club Sponsor 32 I The combined activity of the 800 " action kids " de- termines the personality of FCHS. Each individual has original ideas that help make his school unique. This creativity stirs up a never-ending whirlwind of action that includes each person in every grade. Upperclassmen and underclassmen co-operate to develop their ideas for the mutual benefit of both the student and the school. As you turn the pages of the 1967 Bison, you reveal— and become part of— where the action is. 33 Co-sponsor, Mr. Rudolph Marshall, follows President Fred Palmer ' s lines along with head sponsor Mrs. Jessie Heafner, co-sponsors Mrs. Rowena Hollandsworth, Mrs. Margaret Wimmer, and Mr. Donald Flick. Jerry Huff, Vice-President; Sue Cox, Secretary; Jerry Weddle, Re- porter; and Layne Howery, Treasurer, chuckle with the sponsors. 1967 SENIORS FIRST TO ADKINS, LOIS LINK: FHA 1-3. AGEE, DERWOOD LEE: FFA 1-5; KVG 3-5. ALDERMAN, FREDDIE RAY: FFA 1-5; KVG 3-5. ALTIZER, ROSE MAXINE: FHA 2, 3; Choral 2. ANGLE, STEPHEN LEWIS: Band 3-5; Hi-Y 5. BAIN, CALVIN LOUIS: DE 4; Busdriver 5. BALLINGER, PHYLLIS JEAN: FTA 2,3; FHA 3,4; DE 4,5; Class Sec. 2. BELCHER, DOUGLAS LANE: FFA 2-5; KVG 3-5; Baseball 3-5; FTA 3. BELCHER, LARRY DEAN: FFA 1-5, Sec. 4; KVG 3-5; Pep Club 5. BELCHER, LINDA REED: FHA 1,4. 34 The occupational file found in the guidance department serves as a guide for seniors. Anew, consolidated high school awaited the Class of ' 67 when its members entered as eighth-graders. Bewil- dered at the size of the building, they sensed the nervous excitement of class changes and adjusted to a variety of teaching methods. The faces were new, the school was new— not only to these underclassmen, but to all students attending the recently opened FCHS. This class, the Class of ' 67, would be the first to graduate from Floyd County High with all work completed at its Alma Mater. As the Freshmen Rats of FCHS, the Class of ' 67 better acquainted itself with the school, the faculty members, and the students, thus forming abundant and lasting friendships. Stepping upward as Sophomores, it reached the half- way mark of high school life. By accepting and meeting responsibilities, the Class of ' 67 made preparations for its future role as Seniors. The Junior Class of ' 66 displayed outstanding leader- ship performances; members of the class held four of the five SCA offices, and brought honors to FCHS through forensics. Then finally, the eighth- graders of ' 62 became the Seniors. No barriers seemed insurmountable for the Senior Class of ' 67. Determination and fortitude carried this class through five years of hard work. The 147 members of the Senior Class of ' 67 accepted all challenges and gained the rewards of learning. COMPLETE FIVE YEARS AT FCHS Lois Link Adkins Derwood Lee Agee Freddie Ray Alderman Rose Maxine Altizer Stephen Lewis Angle Calvin Louis Bain Phyllis Jean Ballinger Douglas Lane Belcher Larry Dean Belcher Linda Reed Belcher 35 BELCHER, ROGER WAYNE: FFA 1-5; KVG 3-5; Beta Club 4,5. BLACKWELL, WANDA DEAN: Band 1-5, Pres. Band Council 5; FTA 2,3; Library Club 4; Pep Club 5; Senior Play. BOLT, ALMA FAYE: FHA 1. BOND, CAROL GAY: FHA 1-4; Glee Club 2; Beta Club 4,5; Pep Club 5. BOYD, JOHN WILSON, JR.: Science Club 2-5; 1st place Science Fair 2-4; VJAS 3,4; Busdriver 5, BREW S TE R, LINDA CARROLL: Beta Club 5. CANADAY, JAMES DEWEY: FFA 1-5; KVG 4,5; Forestry Judging Team 3,4; Dairy Team 4;Livestock Team 4; Beta Club 5. CLAYTOR, FRANCES KATHERINE YVONNE: FTA 3; Beta Club 4,5. CONNER, BRENDA ANN: Basketball 2; FHA 3,4; Glee Club4,5; All-State Chorus 4. CONNER, PAUL DOUGLAS: FFA 1-3. COOK, RAMONIA ANN: FBLA 4; Bus Patrol 5. COX, EXEL LAKEWOOD: FFA 1-5; KVG 3-5. COX, JAMES MICHAEL: FFA 1-5; KVG 3-5. COX, JUDY CAROL: Bas- ketball 1,2; FHA 3,4; FTA 4,5; FBLA 5, Sec. 5; Beta Club 4, 5. FUTURE PLANS ARE 36 Roger Wayne Belcher Wanda Dean Blackwell Alma Faye Bolt Carol Gay Bond John Wilson Boyd, Jr. Linda Carroll Brewster Seniors, Palmer, Kidd, and Phillips, display their rugged abilities on the gridiron. COMPLETE FOR MANY SENIORS James Dewey Canaday Frances Katherine Yvonne Claytor Brenda Ann Conner Paul Douglas Conner Ramonia Ann Cook Exel Lakewood Cox James Michael Cox Judy Carol Cox 37 Payton Lee Cox Sandra Lou Cox Wanda Sue Cox Rodney Keene DeWitt Belinda Sue Dickerson Pamela Joy Dulaney Larry Thomas Duncan Leta Marie Enoch Dallas Eugene Farmer John Theron Flannery, Jr. HOMECOMING QUEEN, SNOW QUEEN, AND FREEMAN, SHIRLEY ANN: FHA 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FT A 3; DE 4,5; Class Treas. 2. GALLIMORE, MARGIE ELLEN: Science Club; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Vice Pres. 2; Class Pres. 1,2; Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; FTA 2-4; PepClub 5; FBLA 5; Cheerleader 4, 5; SCA 3-5; Girls State 4. GARDNER, DONALD RUSH: FTA 3-5, Sec. 5; Football 3,4; Senior Play. GOAD, W. L. : FFA 1-4; KVG 3,4, Crewleader 4; DE 5, Vice Pres. 5. GOODE, SHIRLEY ANN: Glee Club 1, 2, 5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1 , 2; FTA 3, 4; FHA 3-5, Sec. 4, Pres. 5; Beta Club 4,5; Honey B ' s 4,5; SCA 2, 3, 5; Pep Club 5; Senior Play. HARMAN, GORDON DALE: FFA 1-4; KVG 2-4, Asst. Crewleader 3, Crewleader 4; DE 4, 5. HARMAN LINDA IRIS: FHA 2,5; FTA 3,5; Glee Club 4, 5; DE 4. HARRIS, SANDRA SUE: Band 1-3; Science Club 2-4; 3rd place Science Fair 1; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Senior Tri-Hi-Y 5; Beta Club 4,5; FTA 3; Pep Club 5. HATCHER, DONNIE ROSS: FFA 2-4; Science Club 3; DE 4,5; Busdriver 4. Shirley Ann Freeman Margie Ellen Gallimore Donald Rush Gardner Roger Leon Goad W. L. Goad Shirley Ann Goode Gordon Dale Harman Linda Iris Harman Sandra Sue Harris Donnie Ross Hatcher 38 COX, PAYTONLEE: FFA 1,2; DE 4. COX, SANDRA LOU: FHA 1-5; Glee Club 2, 3; Pep Club 5. COX, WANDA SUE: FHA 1,2; FTA 2-5; Glee Club 2,3; Library Club 4; Pep Club 5; Class Sec. 5; Homecoming Queen 5; SCA 2; Beta Club 4, 5. DEWITT, RODNEY KEENE: Pep Club 5; Hi-Y 5. DICKERSON, BELINDA SUE: Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; FTA 3; FHA 3. DULANEY, PAMELA JOY: Library Club 4,5. DUNCAN, LARRY THOMAS: FFA 1-3; KVG 2, 3; DE 4, 5; Busdriver 4. ENOCH, LETA MARLE: Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Chap. 1; Fo- rensics 1,2,4; 2nd place 1, 1st place in school, 4th in District 2; Band 1-4, Majorette 1-4; FTA 2-4; Senior Tri- Hi-Y 3-5, Treas. 4, Rep. 5; Girls State 4; Beta Club 4, 5; Senior Play. FARMER, DALLAS EUGENE: DE 4; Busdriver 4. MADONNA CHOSEN FROM SENIOR CLASS 39 JUBILANT SENIORS AWAIT GRADUATION HELM, LORETTA: FTA 3. HICKS, LINDA UNDERWOOD: FHA 1,2; Library Club 4,5; NYC 4,5. HIGGS, DONNA GAIL: Tri-Hi-Y 2. HIGGS, MAGDALENE JANE: FHA 1, 2, 3,5; FTA 2-4; Pep Club 5. HOLLANDSWORTH, JUDY KATHERINE: SCA 2; Library Club 3,4; Class Rep. 4; Pep Club 5, Vice Pres. 5; Beta Club 4,5; FBLA Spelling Con- test 1, 2; American Association Math Award 4; FTA 2-5, Sec. -Treas. 5. HOPPER, MARY LOU: Science Club 1-3; FTA 3,4; Glee Club 3, 4; Senior Tri-Hi-Y 5; Library Club 5; FHA 4; Bison Staff 1; SCA 1. HOWERY, LAYNE WILSON: Band 1-5; Football 2,3; Hi-Y 3-5, Pres. 4, Vice Pres. 5; FTA 3, 4, Sec. 4; SCA 1, 3,5; Beta Club 4, 5; Pep Club 5; Band Council 5; Senior Play. HUBBARD, LANE EDEN: SCA 1; Science Club 2; Beta Club 4,5; Library Club 4,5. 40 Loretta Helm Linda Underwood Hicks Donna Gail Higgs Magdalene Jane Higgs Judy Katherine Hollandsworth Mary Lou Hopper Layne Wilson Howery Lane Eden Hubbard DAY, DIPLOMA AND TASSEL Jerry Simon Huff Joyce Marie Huff Phyllis Ann Huff David Jackson Hylton David Nelson Hylton Joyce Ellen Hylton HUFF, JERRY SIMON: Beta Club 4,5, Vice Pres. 5; Li- brary Club 3-5, Vice Pres. 5; Class Vice Pres. 5; Home- coming Escort 4,5; Senior Play. HUFF, JOYCE MARIE: Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FTA 3,4; FBLA 5; SCA 2,4. HUFF, PHYLLIS ANN: FBLA 4,5. HYLTON, DAVID JACKSON: Beta Club 4,5; FFA 1, 2; Senior Play. HYLTON, DAVID NELSON: FFA 1-5; KVG 3-5; DE 5. HYLTON, JOYCE ELLEN: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FBLA Spelling Contest 1,2; Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; G 1 e e Club 3, 4; Beta Club 4, 5; FTA 4, 5; Library Club 5. 41 JOENS, BERNICE LEE: Glee Club 1,3; FBLA 5. KENLEY, RUTH ANN: Glee Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; FHA 3-5, Parlia- mentarian 5; FTA 3,4. KIDD KELLY ALBERT: Football 1-5; Basketball 1; Track 1; Science Club 1-4, Rep. 3; FTA 2-5; Glee Club 2-5; Varsity Club 5; Class Pres. 4; Senior Play. KING, CAROLYN FRANCES: Science Club 1-3, Vice Pres. 1, Treas. 2, Sec. 3; Bison Staff 2, 3; FTA 2-4; Library Club 4,5, Pres. 5; Beta Club 4,5; Class Rep. 2; Class Vice Pres. 3; Homecoming Court 2, 3; FBLA 5; SCA 1, 3,4; Usher for Graduation 4; Senior Play. LAYMAN, EUNICE RETTA: Band 1-3; FTA 2,3; Library Club 3-5, Treag. 5; County Crier 4; Bison Staff 4, 5; Beta Club 5; Basketball 1. LOVELL, FRANCES MARGARET: Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FBLA 3, 4; Beta Club 4,5; DE 5, Sec. 5; Senior Tri-Hi-Y 5. MAYBERRY, VICKI LYNN: Bison Staff 1,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; FTA 2-5; Library Club 4; Beta Club 4, 5; C h e e r 1 e ad e r 4; Pep Club 5; Senior Play. McDANIEL, PEGGIE MARIE: Beta Club 4,5; FHA 5. McNEIL, PATSY JUNE: FHA 1; FTA 2, 3. 0 ' 5 - SENIORS PROUDLY DISPLAY THEIR Charlotte Marie Myers Charlotte Jane Naff Richard Harrison Nester William Maynard Nester Harvey Sherman Nichols Wanda Louise Nixon Fred Stratton Palmer, Jr. Linda Faye Pauley Danny Dale Peters Donald Raye Peters 42 Bernice Lee Jones Frances Anne Jones Ruth Ann Kenley Kelly Albert Kidd Carolyn Frances King Eunice Retta Layman Margaret Frances Lovell Vicki Lynn Maberry Peggie Marie McDaniel Patsy June McNeil RINGS TO AWED UNDERCLASSMEN MYERS, CHARLOTTE MARIE: Glee Club 2; FTA 3; Beta Club 4, 5; Senior Tri-Hi-Y 5; FHA 5. NAFF, CHARLOTTE JANE: Science Club 1; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Pres. 1; Band 1-5, All-State 2-4; Bison Staff 2-4; Library Club 4, 5; Senior Play. NESTER, RICHARD HARRISON: Science Club 1,2; Football 1-3; Basketball 1-5; Golf 3,4; FTA 3; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Poetry Ed. Highland Scops 4; County Crier 4, 5, Asst. Ed. 4, Editor 5; Class Pres. 3; VFW Speaking Contest 4; SCA 3,5. NESTER, WILLIAM MAYNARD: FFA 1-5; KVG 2- 5; Glee Club 2,3. NICHOLS, HARVEY SHERMAN: Li- brary Club 4. NIXON, WANDA LOUISE: Band 1-4; FHA 1; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; FTA 2-4; Library Club 3; Safety Patrol 3; Bison Staff 3, 4, Asst. Circ. Man. 3, Asst. Bus. Man. 4; Beta Club 4,5; Quill and Scroll 5; Highland Scops Business Staff. PALMER, FRED STRATTON, JR.: Science Club 1-3; Beta Club 4, 5; Varsity Club 4,5, Sec. 5; Hi-Y 5; Football 3- 5; Track 3, 4; County Crier 5, Asst. Ed. 5; Senior Play; Class Pres. 5. PAULEY, LINDA FAYE: Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Rep. 2; Science Club 1,2; FTA 3-5, Pres. 5; Band 1-5, Majorette 4, 5; Bison Staff 4, Class Editor; Beta Club 4,5, Sec. 5; Pep Club 5; Class Sec. 1; SCA 5; SCA Sec. 4; Homecoming Att. 4,5; Usher for Graduation 4; Senior Play. PETERS, DANNY DALE: Glee Club 1-3, 5, Pres. l;Band 1-5; FTA 2-5, Treas. 3; Science Club 2; SCA 3,4; SCA Pres. 5; Library Club 4, 5; Beta Club 4,5; Basketball Man- ager 4; Usher for Graduation 4; Class Pres. 4; Senior Play. PETERS, DONALD RAYE: FFA 1-4; KVG 3,4. 43 Diana Burnett Phillips Donald Lee Phillips Steven Duane Phillips Darline Nora Poff Frances May Poff Kaye Phlegar Poff Mary Darlene Poff George Wayne Price George Washington Puckett Betty Jean Quesenberry A MERRY-GO-ROUND OF ACTIVITIES 44 PHILLIPS, DIANA BURNETT: Tri-Hi-Y 1-4. PHILLIPS, DONALD LEE: FFA 1-5; KVG 1-3, 5; DE 3; Varsity Club 4, 5; Football 4; Track 4; Baseball 4; Busdriver 2. PHILLIPS, STEVEN DUANE: Baseball 3,4; Beta Club 4,5, Pres. 5; Library Club 4,5; Boys ' State 4; Usher for Graduation 4; Senior Play. POFF, DARLINE NORA: FHA 2, 3; FBLA 3,4. POFF, FRANCES MAY: FHA 1-5; Glee Club 2,4,5; FTA 3. POFF, KAYE PHLEGAR: Band 1-3; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Rep. 1, Sec. 2; S e nior Tri-Hi-Y 3; Science Club 1,2; Bison Staff 1-5; FTA 3,4; Quill and Scroll 4,5, Rep. 5; Pep Club 5, Pres. 5; Beta Club 5; Cheerleader 4,5, Co- Captain 4, Captain 5; Forensics 3,4; Senior Play. POFF, MARY DARLENE: Science Club 2-5, Vice Pres. 4; Li- brary Club 4, 5; SCA 4. PRICE, GEORGE WAYNE: FFA 3-5. PUCKETT, GEORGE WASHINGTON: FFA 3-5, Treas. 5; KVG 3-5, Crew Leader 5; Tool Judging 4. QUESENBERRY, BETTY JEAN: Glee Club 1,2; Science Club 3,4; Science Fair 2,4; VJAS 3,4; FTA 3,4; FHA 5; Beta Club 4,5. QUESENBERRY, DANNY WALTER: FFA 2-5; KVG 2-5, Crew Leader 5; FBLA 4,5, Treas. 5. QUESENBERRY, MARY LOUISE: Glee Club 1-5; Library Club 5. QUESENBERRY, ROGER CALVIN: FFA 3,4; KVG 4; Beta Club 4,5. QUESENBERRY, SHELBY JEAN: Class Rep. 1, Pres. 2; FTA 2,3; FHA 2-5, Rep. 4, 1st Vice Pres. 5; FBLA 4, 5, Rep. 4, Pres. 5; Beta Club 4, 5. QUESENBERRY, STEVE ALLEN: Baseball 1-4, Capt. 4; Usher for Gradu- ation 4; Football 4, 5; Varsity Club 5, Rep. 5. RADFORD, BONNIE REGINA: FHA 1,5; NYC 4, 5. RADFORD, GLORIA LOUISE: FHA 2; Glee Club 3. RADFORD, JERRY ROBERT: FFA 1-3; KVG 2,3; DE4,5, Pres. 5. CLIMAXES SENIOR YEAR Danny Walter Quesenberry Mary Louise Quesenberry Roger Calvin Quesenberry Shelby Jean Quesenberry Steve Allen Quesenberry Bonnie Regina Radford Gloria Louise Radford Jerry Robert Radford 45 Wilton Clyde Radford Robert Everett Reed Cecil Wayne Roop Tommy Simpson Rumburg Irene Saunders James Wilbert Saunders Jack Lee Shortt, Jr. Karen Marie Simmons MAN’S SURVIVAL OF A THOUSAND RADFORD, WILTON CLYDE: FFA 1,2,4; Football 2,4,5; Pep Club 5; Track 4; Baseball 4; Varsity Club 5; Usher Senior Play. REED, ROBERT EVERETT: Basketball 1,2; Football 2-5; FTA 3, 4; Hi-Y 3-5, Vice Pres. 4, Treas. 5; Varsity Club 4,5; Senior Play. ROOP, CECIL WAYNE: FFA 1-5. RUMBURG, TOMMY SIMPSON: Basketball 1; Football 2, 3; Science Club 2; Hi-Y 3-5; Pep Club 5; Base- ball 3; SCA 1; Busdriver 4,5. SAUNDERS, IRENE: Beta Club 4, 5; FHA 5. SAUNDERS, JAMES WILBERT: FFA 3. SHORTT, JACK LEE, JR. : Band 1-5; Basketball 1,3; Class Treas. 1; Football 2; Hi-Y 4, Rep. 5; Usher for Gradua- tion 4. SIMMONS, KAREN MARIE: FHA 1,2; FTA 2; Bison Staff 3. Martha Susan Sink Linda Lorena S lusher Margie Marie Sowers Donna Annette Spangler James Dwyght Spence Patricia Barbara Spence 46 CALAMITIES HIGHLIGHTS SENIOR PLAY SINK, MARTHA SUSAN: FHA 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,5; FT A 3; FBLA4, 5, Parliamentarians; Bison Staff 5; Safety Patrol 5; NYC 4,5. SLUSHER, LINDA LORENA: FBLA 5. SOWERS, MARGIE MARIE: FHA 4; FBLA 5; NYC 5. SPANGLER, DONNA ANNETTE: Glee Club 1; Band 1-5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; FTA 2-4; Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3-5, Historian 3, Chaplain 4, Pres. 5; SCA 1, Vice Pres. 4; Beta Club 4,5, Rep. 5; Pep Club 5; Senior Play. SPENCE, JAMES DWYGHT: Band 1-5; FTA 3,4; Hi-Y 3-5; Pep Club 5; Senior Play. SPENCE, PATRICIA BARBARA: Tri-Hi-Y 1-3, Pres. 2; Science Club 1,2; Band 1-5; Majorette 4,5; Bison Staff 2-5, Editor 5; FTA 3,4; Senior Play; Beta Club 4,5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5, Sec. 5; Pep Club 5, Parliamentarian 5; SIPA 4. 47 NINE SENIORS ACHIEVE " A ” AVERAGE TURPIN, LINDA CROMER: FHA 1; FTA 3; FBLA 4. VEST, BRENDA LOIS: Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Glee Club 1-4; FTA 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4; Beta Club 4, 5; Pep Club 5; FHA 5. VEST, CAROLYN YVONNE: Tri-Hi-Y 1-3, Vice Pres. 1, Historian 2, Chap. 3; Band 1-5; Forensics 1,4; FTA 2-4; Glee Club 2; Bison Staff 1-4; Quill and Scroll 4, 5, Rep. 4; Editor Highland Scops 4, 5; One-Act Play4;Beta Club 4,5; SCA 2,4; SIPA 4; Senior Play. VEST, JAMES BERTHA: FFA 1-3; Basketball 2-5; SCA Treas. 4; Class Sec. 3. VEST, LOIS ANN: FHA 2,3; DE4,5, Rep. 5. VEST, LORETTA PRATT: Tri-Hi-Y 2; FHA 3,4; FTA 3;DE4,5, Sec. 4, Treas. 5; Usher for Graduation 4. VEST, PATRICIA SUE: FHA 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; FBLA 5; NYC 5. VEST, RALPH MILTON: FFA 1,2; Varsity Club 2,3,5; Football 3,5; Football Manager 3,5; NYC 4,5. VEST, ROBERT BERY: Science Club 2-5, Rep. 4; Basketball 3,4; Hi-Y 3; Beta Club 4,5; Pep Club 5. 48 Helen Loretta Stuart Gloria Kathryn Sutphin Dorothy Marie Trail Larry Dale Turman Michael Evans Turman Pamela Sue Turman Wanda Kay Turman Zelda Faye Turman Drewcella Gayle Turner Omer Lloyd Turner STUART, HELEN LORETTA: Beta Club 4, 5. SUTPHIN, GLORIA KATHRYN: FHA 1-4. TRAIL, DOROTHY MARIE: Tri-Hi-Y 2; FHA 3. TURMAN, LARRY DALE: Basketball 1-5; Football 2, 3; Manager Baseball Team 2, 3; Baseball 4,5; Band 2-5; Varsity Club 5. TURMAN, MICHAEL EVANS: FFA 1-4; KVG 3,4; NYC 4,5; DE 5. TURMAN, PAMELA SUE: FHA 1,2,5; Beta Club 4, 5. TURMAN, WANDA KAY: FTA 4,5; Library Club 4; Pep Club 5. TURMAN, ZELDA FAYE: Glee Club 1; FHA 5; NYC 4,5. TURNER, DREWCELLA GAYLE: Glee Club 5; FHA 5; Quill and Scroll Creative Writing Contest 3rd Place 4. TURNER, OMER LLOYD: Football 3-5; Track 4. THROUGHOUT FIVE-YEAR HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM Linda Cromer Turpin Brenda Lois Vest Carolyn Yvonne Vest Glenn Edward Vest James Bertha Vest Lois Ann Vest Loretta Pratt Vest Patricia Sue Vest Ralph Milton Vest Robert Bery Vest 49 VEST, ROBERT MICHAEL: FFA 2,3; KVG 3; Pep Club 5; Busdriver 5. WADE, NITADAWN: Glee Club 2; FHA 2-5, Historian 4; FTA 3,4; Senior Play. WEBB, MARY JANE: FHA 2-5; NYC 4,5. WEDDLE, JERRY WAYNE: Glee Club 1-5; Science Club 1-5, Treas. 4, Pres. 5; Library Club 3, 4; Qui 1 1 and Scroll 5; Beta Club 4, 5, Treas. 5; Class Rep. 5; Basketball Manager 4; Homecoming Escort 5; SCA 5; All-State Choral 4; Senior Play. WEEKS, JAMES EDWARD: DE 5. WEEKS, LINDA LOU: Beta Club 4,5; SCA 2. WEEKS, MARTHA SUE: Tri-Hi-Y 1-3; Science Club 1,2, Sec. 2; Band 2-5; Forensics 2; FTA 3,4; Quill and Scroll 4,5, Treas. 5; Beta Club 4,5; Pep Club 5; Senior Play. WEEKS, MICHAEL ALLEN: Football 1-5; Track 1,2,5; Science Club 1,2; Science Fair 1st place 1, 2nd place 2; FTA 3,4; Hi-Y 3-5; Band 2-5; Varsity Club 5; 1st District Poetry Reading 4; Senior Play. WHITE, DIANA FAYE: Glee Club 1,2; FTA 3; FHA 3,4; FBLA 4,5; NYC 4,5. WHITLOCK, KERRY WENDELL: FFA 1-5, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Dairy Judcjing 4; Crop Judging 4; Forestry Judging 4; KVG 3-5; Busdriver 4, 5. WILLIAMS, SANDRA LEE: Jr.. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FTA 2,3; Bison Staff 2-5, Class Ed. 2,4, Layout Ed. 3, Asst. Ed. 5; Highland S cops 4, 5, Layout Ed. 4, Art Ed. 5; Cheerleader4; Beta Club 4,5, Bulletin Board Chairman 5; Quill and Scroll 4,5; Senior Play. WILLIAMS, SHARON LEE: FHA 1-4; FBLA 5. WIMMER, JAMES EDGAR: Basketball 2, 3; Pep Club 5; Busdriver 5. WORRELL, JENNIFER CHERYL: FHA 4; Library Club 5. YATES, BRENDA GALE: FHA 2, 3. SENIORS LEA VE, BUT Robert Michael Vest Nita Dawn Wade Mary Jane Webb Jerry Wayne Weddle James Edward Weeks Linda Lou Weeks Martha Sue Weeks Michael Allen Weeks Diana Faye White Kerry Wendell Whitlock 50 Sandra Lee Williams Sharon Lee Williams James Edgar Wimmer Jennifer Cheryl Worrell Brenda Gale Yates TRADITION REMAINS Not Pictured: Henry Wallace Manning, Nancy Lynn Voigt. After being lost in the mail for more than six weeks, senior rings finally arrive at FCHS. Ronnie Phipps, President; Susan Wimmer, Vice-President; Arthur Porter, Reporter; Marie Eanes, Treasurer; Donnie Quesenberry, Secretary; Co-Sponsors: Miss Ruth Slusher, Mrs. Ruth Hallman, Mr. Max Thomas, Mrs. Roberta Hewett; Mrs. Imogene Rutrough, Head Sponsor. CLASS OF ’68 SETS HIGH GOALS Vaughnia Winifred Agee Linda Susan Aldridge Carl Frederick Bannick Ricky Dale Beaver Betty Lynn Belcher 52 Carlis Gene Bishop Joyce Ann Boyd Martha Mae Boyd Mary Ellen Brown Samuel Mark Burton Brenda Gail Cockram WITH HELP OF ITS SPONSORS Elaine Lucinda Cockram Gary Alton Cockram Sammy Kaye Cockram Brenda Mae Collins Shirley Olene Compton John Larry Conner June Priscilla Conner Roger Wade Conner 53 William Lane Cook Blanche Marie Cox Roger Leon Dalton Lera Elree DeHart Sandra Gail DeHart Charles Gary Deweese Gary Odell Dillon Paula Gae Dulaney THIRTY-THREE JUNIORS HONORED Joseph Lee Duncan Vona Rae Duncan John Dunn Cabell Edward Eanes Marie Eanes Martha Sue Epperly 54 William Kyle Freeman Benny Leon Gallimore Anna Mae Goad Glen Edward Goad Donna Sharon Griffith Elizabeth Ellen Griffith IN ANNUAL BETA TAPPING Louise Annette Hale James Lee Hall Hilda Maxine Hancock Marvin Dale Hancock James Turner Harman Dale Martin Harmon Judy Carolyn Harmon Brenda Faye Harris 55 " Where did the ball go? " JUNIORS, Louise Dianne Huff Buel Dwight Hylton Geneva Ilene Sutphin Hylton Larry Ray Jewell Wanda Louise Jones Nancy Jane King Roger Dale Lampey Mary Malinda Lane Karen Suzann Lawson Samuel Lewis Mallory, Jr. Roger Howard Manhon Elrica Kate Martin 56 Melvin Edward Harris Paula Jean Harris Betty Joyce Harter Deborah Laverne Hayden Brenda Helm Dale Russell Higgs Kermit Lee Hill Jerry Lynn Hollandsworth Carl Davis Howell Priscilla Ann Howell Ross Augustus Howell Sylvia Jane Hubbard NUMBERING 131, MAKE UP SMALLEST CLASS Some people can ' t stop studying long enough to eat. i " Won ' t someone please buy something from me? " Junior Sarah Wimmer looks sadly at the camera. PROM 58 David Ray Pratt Michael Lynn Pugh Donnie Mitchell Quesenberry Richard Lee Quesenberry Rebecca Lynn Quesenberry Laura Faye Radford FINDS TOUGH JOB WAITING AS DRA WS NEAR Joyce Marie Martin Janet McAlexander Wanda Carol Mills Cynthia Ouida Moore Florence Anne Moore Gary Wayne Nolen James Robert Perdue Diana Lynn Phillips Marilyn Lois Phillips Mary Elizabeth Phillips Patsy Gail Phillips Ronnie Scott Phipps Judith Darlene Poff Lucy Jane Poff Mildred Ruth Poff Arthur Clinton Porter 59 Lily Dove Ratliff Sharon Lynn Roberson Carolyn Sue Rumburg Nancy Carol Shaver Warren Lynn Shelor Roger Ward Shortt, Jr. CLASS OF ’68 MEETS CHALLENGES IN PSAT AND NATIONAL MERIT TESTS Alton Wayne Showalter Jimmy Ehvood Simpkins Dorothy Alma Smith Mark Douglas Smith Clyde Harlan Smythers, Jr. Barbara Jean Sowers Carmen Ercell Sowers Judith Mae Sowers Kathryn Clide Sutphin Robert Hugh Taylor 60 Janet Lynne Thomas Judy Florence Thomas Shirley Ann Thomas Curtis Randolph Thompson, Jr. James Robertson Troutt Joe Davis Turman 61 Cheryl Lois Vas ' s Terry Steven Vest Alton Harmon Weddle, Jr. Allen Lane Weeks David Pierce Weeks Jane Pauline Weeks Not Pictured: Barry Lantz Cromer, Barry Johnson Neighbors. JUNIORS KEEP ACTION ROLLING AT FCHS Tyler Eugene West Perry Lee Whitlock Doris Jean Williams Richard Mullins Williams, III Sarah Pauline Wimmer Susan Lynn Wimmer Clounie Herman Yearout Ruth Annette Yearout 62 SOPHOMORES AWAIT CHALLENGE OF JUNIOR YEAR Sponsors: Miss Nancy Slusher, Mrs. Freeda Rorrer, Mrs. berry, Secretary; Sarah King, President; Katie Spence, Virginia Altizer, Mr. Warren Eakin, Mr. John Harman. Vice-President; Lyle Wimmer, Reporter. Class Officers: Clarence Burke, Treasurer; Linda May- Carol Melinda Agee Michael Steven Agee Isabel Dona Agnew Charles Lee Allen Dorothy Amanda Allen Thomas Jacob Altizer Melvin Glenn Angle Faye Elaine Austin Robert Dale Belcher 63 Charles Fred Bishop Foster Alan Bond Harold Ray Bond Jackie Lynn Boyd David Andrew Britt Clarence Junior Burke Elsie Ruth Burnette Percy Fay Burnette Frank Allen Cannaday Lloyd Russell Cannaday MIDPOINT OF HIGH SCHOOL CAREERS IS Roger Lynn Carr Betty Jane Conner Katherine Linnia Conner Tommy Dale Cox Carol Lynn Criner Vickie Lynn Cromer Mason Tommy’ Davis Brenda Mae Duncan General Ancel Duncan Nadean Kaye Duncan Anne Dunn Gordon Gerald Eanes Dan David Flora Cathy Marie Gallimore Carolyn Sue George Gloria Gail Goad Linda Diane Goad Harry Randall Gobble Virginia Lee Hale Senorah Bea Harmon 64 Elmon Fredward Harris Robert Murken Harris Larry Nelson Hatcher Melba Jean Hawley Marsha Ann Hayden Nathan Elwood Holden Richard Daley Hollandsworth Roger Wayne Hollandsworth Dwight Lee Hopper Judy Ethel Hubbard REACHED BY THE ’69 SOPHOMORES Carolyn May Huff Connie Elizabeth Huff Jimmy Zebedee Huff Maybelle Ann Huff Norman Dale Hylton Vicki Lynn Hylton Alfadean Lucille Janney Curtis Edward Janney Brenda Carol Keith Patricia Mae Kemp Larry Michael Kesler David Earl King Larry Dale King Sarah Genevieve King Robert Hugh Lemons Jean Carol Manning Manard Melon Martin Lonnie Wayne McDaniel Joyce Ann McGrady Carol Ann Meador 65 Barbara Jane Midkiff Walter Maclestus Mills Larry Allen Moran Dorma Lillian Morgan Arba Jean Muncy Larry Elton Myers Larry James Nolen Mary Alice Ousley Richard Anthony Palmer Kenneth Ray Pauley Alva Jeanne Peters David William Peters Lana Christine Phillips Linda Susan Phillips Edsil McCoy Poff GROUP OF CAPABLE OFFICERS AND Mildred Irene Poff John Maurice Pugh Curtis Alvin Quesenberry Gloria Kay Quesenberry Ireta Ann Quesenberry Maurice Dale Quesenberry Roy Stevens Quesenberry James Robert Radford Nancy Mary Radford Richard Lewis Reece Carlos Carter Reed Douglas Wayne Reed Harvie Harrison Reed Audrey Lynn Rierson Joe Allen Robertson 66 Judy Ann Rutrough Howard Vincient Saunders James Walter Scott Sharon Lynn Shaver Barbara Jean Shelor Jennifer Leigh Shelor Martha Ellen Shelor Richard Michael Shortt Sarah James Simmons Bethina Anne Simpson Judy Cora Slaughter Betty Ann Sloane Charles Richard Slusher Kathy Erlene Smith Martha Gail Sowers SPONSORS GUIDE 150 SOPHOMORES THROUGH THE YEAR Thomas Neil Sowers Wanda Jean Sowers Katie Joette Spence Linda Mae Spence Constance Sue Stuart Paul Aldon Stuart Walter Richard Sumpter Vera Mae Sutphin Shirley Gail Townley Gilbert Wayne Trail Frank Nelson Troutt Frances Gail Turman Bascil Maurice Turner Frankie Wendell Turpin Juanita Elaine Turpin 67 SOPHOMORES VICTORS OF THE MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN Vickie Cromer and Becky West wave to fellow sophomores as they pass in the Home- coming parade. Charlotte Inez Vest Connie Elaine Vest Margaret Anne Via Bobby Ray Wade Camellia Anne Wade Carolyn Ruth Weddle Robert Madison Weddle Wanda Lynn Weddle Larry Cline Weeks Rebecca Ann West Howard Whitaker Janice Lynn Whitlock Melvin Wayne Whitlock Curtis Edward Williams, Jr. Larry Edmon Williams Wanda Belle Willis Donald Jewell Wilson Joan Katherine Wimmer Lyle Stanley Wimmer Robert Lee Wood, Jr. Not Pictured: Susan Elizabeth Voigt. 68 Mrs. Thelma Houchins, Head Sponsor; Co-Sponsors: Miss Judy Craddock, Mr. Lonnie Keith, Miss Nancy L. Slusher, Mrs. Elizabeth Meador, and Mrs. Margaret Peterson. Class Officers: Michael Lee, Treasurer; Roger Pauley, Secretary; Ruby Pratt, Vice-President; Paul Talley, President; and Pierce Lovell. Reporter. RATS ALTER SITUATION TO VEX EIGHTH GRADERS Phyllis Jean Akers Elizabeth Ann Alderman Judy Elaine Alderman Wanda Sue Alderman Earl Wayne Aldridge James Lowell Aldridge Brenda Gail Alley Sue Ellen Austin Phillip Monroe Baker Winfred Michele Beale Kenneth Elwood Beaver Kenneth Houston Beckner Shirley Susanne Beckner Wanda Carolyn Beckner Glinda Paulette Belcher Lester Dale Belcher Michael Wayne Belcher Carolyn Gayle Blackwell Jewell Marie Bolt Lois Gail Bolt Roger Dale Bond Thomas Josiah Boothe Mary Linda Boothe Sylvia Jean Boothe 69 Lonnie Ray Bower Luther Wayne Bower Brenda Lois Boyd Danny Washington Boyd Hazel Renay Boyd Brenda Louise Claytor Beverly Carol Cockram Andy Roland Conner Calvin Ray Conner Deborah Kaye Conner Linda Fay Conner Mary Ann Conner NINTH GRADERS MAKE HISTORY WITH FIRST FRESHMAN Michael Allen Conner Peggy Jane Conner Thurman Udell Cox James Heath Dalton, Jr. Connie Lynn DeHart Moyer Turner DeHart Chester Edwin Donahue Mary Alice Dulaney Eileene Ellen Duncan Maurice Carney Epperly Sandra Lee Epperly Heaviard Ray Epps Michael Lane Gallimore Joann Gearheart Kathryn Sue Gearheart Sandra Mae Gibson Larry Evan Goad Allen Leon Graham Beatrice Darlene Graham Anita Dianne Griffith Sandra Kay Hale Sharon Jane Hallman Dennis Wayne Harman Maurice Leon Harman Roger Lee Harmon Carl Edward Harris Linda Sue Harris Debra Leigh High Clinton Lee Hill Henry Allen Hill Sandra Sue Hollandsworth Larry David Horton Roger Dale Houchins Jody Morris Howery Dan Clayton Hubbard Lois Gail Hubbard Charles Erbie Huff Dewey Argel Huff Wanda Jean Huff Brenda Gail Hylton Carolyn Sue Hylton Jerry Lewis Hylton BASKETBALL SQUAD Roseanna Gail Hylton Cynthia Marie Ingram Larry Alan Janney Peggy Pauline Jones Larry Dean Keith Rodney Lynn Kesler James Robert Lampey Carolyn Sue Lane Kerry Clay Lawrence Michael Charles Lee Michael Lynn Linkous Pierce Dwayne Lovell Shirley Mae Mabery William Garland Manning Carlie Lawrence Marshall Charles Edward Marshall Kenneth Ray Marshall Larry Walter Marshall Robert Leonard Maxwell Tony Lewis McDaniel Linda Faye McGuire Randy Jay McPeak Alice Faye Meador Linda Kaye Mitchell Nancy Dianne Moles James Robert Moran Linda Faye Moran Stanley Wayne Moran Amanda Irene Myers Joyce Marie Nester 71 Judy Lynn Nixon w 1 . ' W On your mark ! Get set! Go! Freshmen comedians race to beat the upperclassmen in the magazine campaign. Bobby Alton Uusiey Christine Odessa Pannell NOVELTY OF 23 CREDITS FOR GRADUATION BEGINS WITH CLASS OF ’70 Roger Dale Pauley Danny Lee Phillips Marj ' Edith Phillips Alta Lovanne Poage Cathy Lynn Poff Myra Euellene Poft Joseph Iray Porter Donnie Leon Pratt Lowell Garland Pratt Ruby Inez Pratt Anthony Ray Quesenberry Barbara Jane Quesenberry ' Carolyn Kaye Quesenbeny Carolyn Sue Quesenbeny Dale Ray ' Quesenbeny James Dale Quesenbeny James Harold Quesenberry Joe Dy ' lie Quesenberry Joseph Wayne Quesenberry Juanita Fay ' e Quesenberry Linda Lou Quesenbeny Theron Russel Quesenberry ' Toney’ Boyd Quesenberry Rosa Mae Radford 72 Hilda Sue Ratliff Bennett Wayne Reed Carolyn Joan Reed Patricia Ann Reed Wanda Carlene Roberson Deborah White Rumberg Sperry Jones Russ Deborah Ann Scott Sandra Jean Scott Roger Meyer Shelor Gene Dale Shortt Peggy Lou Showalter Tommy Lowman Slaughter Freeman Maurice Slusher, Jr. Michael Dean Slusher Richard Lynn Slusher Allen Dwight Smith Carolyne Jane Sowers Harold Lewis Sowers Russel Wayne Sowers Steve Moore Sowers George Curtis Spangler, Jr. Larry Dale Spangler Wesley Eugene Starkey Ralph Wayne Stump Rebecca Lou Stump Ronnie Lee Sutphin Paul Martin Talley Fredric Joseph Taylor Rhonda Leigh Thomas Larry Wayne Thompson Gerald Thomas Trail Kathleen Ellen Turman Donnie O ' Neil Turner Brenda Sue Underwood Alice Diann Vest Cecil Eugene Vest Larry Dale Vest Carolyn Sue Wade Gene Harman Weddle Patricia Lee Weddle Goldie Fern Weeks Bonnie Gae White Terry Lee Williams Jack Bura Willis Ronald Dink Wimmer Janice Elaine Yearout Sarah Louise Yopp 73 EIGHTH GRADERS FIND Eighth grade sponsors: ROW ONE: Mrs. Alta Turman, Miss Kathleen Agnew. ROW TWO: Mrs. Mary Jar- ratt, Mr. Walker Campbell. ROW THREE: Mr. Jerry c , . t , Jones, and Miss Beatrice Dickerson. Eighth grade officers: ROW ONE: Neal Hatcher, Secretary; ’ Charles Bond, Reporter; Ersel Manning, Treasurer. ROW TWO: Margaret Agee, Vice-President; and Susan Sowers, President. Margaret Ethel Agee Ronald Frederick Agnew William Wilbert Agnew Frances Marie Akers Mae Belle Akers Henry Eldridge Alderman 74 THEMSELVES SWEPT INTO THE ACTION AT FCHS Patty Sue Alderman Randell Nugent Austin Frances Arm Ballinger Judy Marlene Belcher Ronald David Belcher Rondel Lee Belcher Danny Preston Bishop Wanda Faye Blackwell Debra Kay Bolt Gloria Jean Bolt Charles Leonard Bond Gary Wayne Boothe Calvin Lewis Bower Carol Jean Boyd Clifford Earl Boyd Teresa Marie Carroll Roy Chapman Earl Eugene Claytor Ophus Allen Claytor Marie Loretta Cockram Steven Arthur Cockram Danny Wayne Compton Jabe Flarman Conner, Jr. Mary Lou Conner William Michael Conner Sandra Elaine Conner Benny Thorton Cox Donnie Ray Cox Sherman Waitman Cox Aubrey Wendell Dalton Linda Marlene Dalton Lois Elaine Dalton Samuel Lee Dalton Jeanette Gail Davis Nana Gale Dickerson Carlton Leroy Dillard Ha den Alton Dulaney Arthur Wayne Duncan Buster Lee Duncan Dale Junior Duncan Linda Sue Eiuncan James Marvin Duncan Verna June Duncan Donald Ray Epperly Eunice Elaine Farmer Bentley Gerald Ferris Mayola Jean Gillenwalters Carolyn Jewell Goad 75 David Ray Goad Wanda Kaye Goad Ruby Jane Gordon Johnny Morris Greenway Gary Lynwood Hale Wayne Edward Hale Joyce Elaine Hancock Joseph Martin Harman James Simpson Harmon Larry Mark Harmon Barbara Jean Harris James Roger Harris EIGHTH GRADE BOYS WIN 3 TO 2 Posey Kirby Harris Neal Bruce Hatcher Robert Eugene Hatcher Albert Leroy Hicks Loretta Virginia Hicks Dian Pearl Higgs Grady Lawrence Hill Kathy Jean Hill Earl Wayne Hogan Robert Lewis Hopper Claudine Howard Larry Rufus Hubbard Catherine Dyann Huff Edward Ray Huff John David Huff Kenny Ray Huff Mary Sue Huff Gerldine Hylton Audrey Lamyra Hylton Donald Ray Hylton Harry Davis Hylton Johnny Joyce Hylton Rebecca Ann Hylton Reeta Gail Hylton Douglas Wayne Jewell Albert Clyde Johnson Howard Dennis Keith Jerry Keith Reginald McCoy Keith William Douglas King Deborah Ann Lawrence Donna Marie Lawson Paul Stephen Link Ersel Adam Manning William Dennis Manning Phillip Arthur Mannon 76 Darrell Andrew Marshall Judith Ann Martin Helen Sue McAlexander Ruth Ann McDaniel Gerald David McPeak Roger Wayne Midkiff Donald Steven Mitchell Patricia Lee Moran Ellen Marie Muncy Jerry Wayne Myers William Arthur Naff Charlotte Ann Nester OVER GIRLS IN CLASS ELECTIONS Thomas Aldine Nichols Timothy Andrew Nichols Randall Eugene Nolen Ruth Ann Ober Laurel Elizabeth O ' Conner Deborah Jean Page Edwin Dale Phillips Phyllis Elaine Poff Vicky Mae Poff Michael Lee Pratt Robert Leslie Pugh Barbara Lynn Quesenberry Charles Fay Quesenberry Donnie Lee Quesenberry Elaine Quesenberry Larry Dean Quesenberry Russell Edan Quesenberry Timmy Allen Quesenberry Terry Elmer Reed Marie Howard Salmons Benjamin David Saunders Norma Jo Shankle George Dudley Shelor Robert Neal Shelor Gary Edward Showalter Tommy Wayne Simpkins Bonnie Lou Smith Brenda Sue Smith Bruce Wayne Smith Patricia Lynn Smith Richard Ervin Smith Barbara Ann Sowder Alice Marie Sowers Kenneth Ray Sowers Rebecca Ruth Sowers Susan Lynn Sowers 77 Michael Grey Spence Velva Marie Spence Vanessa Irene Spencer Barbara Lucille Stuart Chester Roy Stuart Janice Elaine Stuart Jill Renee Stuart Kenneth Raye Stuart Uycless Selwyn Stuart Wanda Marie Stuart HIGH SCHOOL LIFE IS A CHANGE OF PACE FOR EIGHTH-GRADERS Jerry Lee Sumpter Charles Winn Surber Ervin Lawrence Sweeney James Clark Thomas Richard Lee Thomas Steve Allen Thomas Mary Kathryn Thompson Harry Edward Troutt Tiamin J. Turner Guy Clifford Turpin Jimmy Leon Turpin Kathy Christine Turpin Mary Ann Turpin Wayne Harold Underwood Allen David Vest Gilbert Wayne Vest Samuel Eugene Wade Russell Willis Webb Dale Terry Weddle Joyce Irene Weddle Posey Weddle Rachel Linda Weeks Robert Wayne Weeks Lonnie Raye White Deborah Ann Whitlock James Calvin Willard George Penn William Margaret Elaine Williams Cline Lawson Wimmer Zettie Joyce Wood Frank Ray Woollums Kenneth Douglas Wurzburger Kieth Kenneth Wyant Earl Bayne Yates Harry Kenneth Yates Roger Eugene Yeatts 78 1 — " Action, action! We want action! " shout the fans and cheerleaders of FCHS. Whether a kick-off under the field lights or a foul shot on the hardwood, a homerun on the baseball diamond or a high jump over standards, the mighty Buffalo teams strive to keep the action moving. Long hours of hard practice begin with the crash of helmets and continue through the final spring game. Players realize whether practices result in the triumph of victory or the frustration of defeat, their most important goal is advancement. 79 THE CIV IT AN SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD All attempts for victory proved to be futile for the Varsity Football Team. New River Competition blocked the Buffaloes at every turn. Accounting for their winless season was the fact that most of the squad was composed of lastyear ' s JV ' s and there were but few returning letter- men, thus making the team small in stature and weak in varsity experience. However, the Buffaloes did secure several honors— three players received Honorable Mentions for the All-District Team and FCHS was awarded the good sportsmanship trophy. Scores Floyd Co. 0 Hillsville 41 Floyd Co. 0 Giles 28 Floyd Co. 6 Fort Chiswell 34 Floyd Co. 0 Blacksburg 52 Floyd Co. 6 Narrows 52 Floyd Co. 6 Christiansburg 52 Floyd Co. 0 Radford 52 Floyd Co. 0 Galax 33 Floyd Co. 0 Wytheville 42 Floyd Co. 6 Pulaski 44 Varsity Captains, Duane Phillips and Steve Quesenberry, receive the Civitan Good Sportsmanship Award from Mr. E. Cletus Broyles. 80 HIGHLIGHTS GRID SEASON Varsity Football Team. ROW ONE: Carlos Reed, David King, Ronnie Phipps, Duane Phillips, Wilton Radford, Richard Palmer. ROW TW O: T erry Williams, Joe Quesenberry, Foster Bond, Dennis Harman, Mike Linkous, Omer Turner. ROW THREE: Neil Sowers, Robert Reed, Tommy Trail, Steve Quesenberry, Edward Marshall, James Hall, Joe Robertson, Manager. ROW FOUR: Edwin Brookman, Head Coach; Kelly Kidd, Paul Talley, Donnie Quesenberry, Douglas Reed, Ralph Vest, Jerry Jones, Assistant Coach. NOT PICTURED: Fred Palmer, Mike Weeks, Terry Vest, Larry Williams, Curtis Williams, Wayne McDaniel, Allen Weeks, Ancel Duncan, Fred Bannick. 81 NEW RIVER GRIDIRON ANTICS DAZE Fullback Tommy Trail (30) races past a Pulaski opponent in an attempt to clinch a first down for the Buffaloes. Astonishment registers in the expressions of unbelieving Buffaloes at the turn of events on the gridiron. Pre-game drills rid players of built-up tensions in addition to conditioning them for vigorous physical exertion. 82 ZEALOUS BUFFALOES Optional plays and diverse strategies must be ready knowl- edge to the coaches of a football game. A swift kick by Dennis Harman (75) sends the pigskin down field as another game gets underway. Tackle Terry Vest (71) stops a Blacksburg Indian onslaught as an Indian ball carrier is buckled under. 83 TOUGH GROUP 1-B End Steve Quesenberry widens gap for the ball carrier by blocking a Pulaski opponent. Hopes for victory dominate the thoughts of high-spirited Buffaloes as they receive last minute instructions from the coach. A tense Buffalo quarterback looks wide for a receiver and prepares to throw the bomb in an attempt to gaii yardage. 84 COMPETITORS FIND BUFFS HIGH-SPIRITED Manager Joe Robertson is stunned by the in- tense action on the gridiron. mm Half back Carlos Reed (43) scampers toward Buffalo goal line in an effort to get on the scoreboard. A well-aimedbody block by an alert Buffalo gives a Blacksburg Indian a taste of Buffalo determination. TOMORROW’S VARSITIES " If at once you do not succeed, try, try again. " This was the motto of the Junior Varsity team throughout their winless season. They hustled and hit hard, but small size and number hampered their efforts. New River competition stifled the squad as is evident in their 14-0 defeat to the Radford Bobcats, their closest battle in this district. The playing ability of the team improved as the season progressed, thus preparing tomorrow ' s varsity players for future contests. Floyd Co. 0 Radford 14 Floyd Co. 0 Galax 33 Floyd Co. 0 Fort Chiswell 25 Floyd Co. 0 Christiansburg 51 Floyd Co. 0 Hillsville 52 Coach Ellis Enoch points out the extent of the gridiron tc the J. V. Captains, Edward Marshall and Allen Smith. f A. A fumble ! Both sides scramble for the loose pigskin. J.V. Football Team. ROW ONE: Larry Spangler, Kenneth Marshall, Mike Linkous, Allen Smith, Paul Talley, Danny Boyd. ROW TWO: Calvin Conner, Donnie Turner, Winfrec Beale, Tony Quesenberry, Ancel Duncan, Wesley Starkey. ROW THREE: Allen Graham, Joseph Quesenberry, Edwarc Marshall, Terry Williams. NOT PICTURED: Clyde Beale, Roger Harmon, Larry Marshall. SHOW PROMISING ABILITY Lengthy and fatiguing practice sessions proved re- warding for the eighth grade Buffaloes. Although they had a losing season, the Baby Buffs brought home FCHS ' s first win in the New River District. Outstanding team cooper- ation and good offensive blocking were the factors that led the Baby Buffs to their lone win, a 12-0 victory over the Fort Chiswell Pioneers. The season gave the players not only a taste of victory and defeat but also the valuable experience that is the foundation for an effective team for the future. Scores Floyd Co. 0 Radford 33 Floyd Co. 0 Galax 32 Floyd Co. 12 Fort Chiswell 0 Floyd Co. 0 Christiansburg 12 Floyd Co. 0 Hillsville 28 A defensive stalwart, Charles " Turk " Bond, was chosen captain of the eighth grade grid team. Eighth Grade Football Team. ROW ONE: Gilbert Vest, Manager; Charles Bond, Earl Yeatts, Harry Yeatts, Alan Vest, Neil Hatcher, Charles Surber, Frank Woollums. ROW TWO: Gary Hale, Robert Weeks, Roger Yeatts, Wayne Duncan, Selwyn Stuart, Larry Harman, Russell Webb. ROW THREE: Del Smith, Head Coach; Sammy Dalton, Henry Alderman, Michael Spence, James Thomas, Jerry Myers, Ersel Manning, Jerry Jones, Assistant Coach. 87 CHEERLEADERS Captain Kaye Poff combines experience and know-how to lead the Pep Club in group yells. Sophomore Beth Simpson jumps high to proclaim a touchdown for the Buffaloes. While keeping a close watch on the pigskin, Nancy King leads the crowd along in an encourag- ing cheer. As the teams line up after a first down, Sandra DeHart ' s face reflects that the opponents have the ball. A smile from Co-Captain Margie Galli- more brings brightness to a desolate moment. Moving her arms in a straight motion beat, Becky West leads the fans in a victory cry. During a momentary ecstasy, Isabell Agnew mirrors the happiness of a leading score. GIVE SIGNIFICANT BOOST TO SCHOOL SPIRIT Cries for victory never end when cheerleaders, proudly wearing the colors of black and gold, are there to support the athletic heroes of Floyd County High. Whether it be standing on a muddy field or in the hot, humid air of a gym, whether the game be at home or away, the Varsity Cheerleaders always follow, representing the fans of FCHS. The J.V. squad of ' 67 consisted of seven eighth and ninth grade girls. Working hard to gain needed skills, they put their work into action by cheering at home games. L I V 1 r jl nH I HT 1 !f n As tension mounts on the hardwood, J.V. cheerleaders wait for the outcome of a foul shot. Miss Agnew, sponsor of the cheerleading teams, gives last minute instructions to J. V. cheerleaders. J.V. Cheerleaders: Sue Austin; Captain, Mary Thompson, Charlotte Nester, Joyce Wood, Kerry Lawrence, Debbie Page, Brenda Boyd. 89 DESPITE DETERMINATION AND LONG PRACTICES Varsity Basketball Players. ROW ONE: Clyde Smythers, Randy Thompson, John Pugh, Roger Mannon. ROW TWO: Gus Howell, Richard Nester, Bill Cook, Dennis Harmon, 90 Larry Thompson, Manager. ROW THREE: Coach Doi Flick, Paul Stuart, Edward Marshall, Larry Turman, Eddiil Eanes. BUFFALOES REMAIN IN CELLAR OF NEW RIVER DISTRICT Scores Floyd Co. 36 George Wythe 68 Floyd Co. 43 Hillsville 49 Floyd Co. 53 Galax 64 Floyd Co. 37 Giles 62 Floyd Co. 44 Narrows 72 Floyd Co. 43 Blacksburg 71 Floyd Co. 37 Pulaski 68 Floyd Co. 43 Dublin 64 Floyd Co. 32 George Wythe 65 Floyd Co. 43 Galax 85 Floyd Co. 51 Hillsville 52 Floyd Co. 36 Blacksburg 52 Floyd Co. 32 Giles 80 Floyd Co. 44 Narrows 70 Floyd Co. 43 Pulaski 69 Floyd Co. 48 Radford 70 Floyd Co. 32 Dublin 97 Floyd Co. 44 Radford 64 With a big leap, Paul Stuart (52), outjumps his George Wythe opponent to send the tap to his teamsmen. Although the Varsity cagers placed an 0-18 record, they displayed plenty of hardboard savvy. Achievements include nearly winning over Hillsville and effectively holding the league ' s top scorer to a single point. Throughout the season the Buffaloes ' determination never waned, but to the dismay of all they remained in the cellar of Group I-B. Because only two seniors held posts on thisyear ' s squad, next winter ' s cagers will have a backbone of experience to lead them through a more promising year. Gus Howell (34) leads the team out of the locker room to begin the second half of a close game. 91 Captain of the Varsity Buffaloes, Larry Turman, shakes hands with the Pulaski captains, signifying the beginning of another game. SENIOR LARRY TURMAI Guarded closely by a Blacksburg Indian, Sophomore Paul Stuart (52) pivots to enter a strategic play. Locker room action after the first half finds CoachFlick pinpointing the team ' s mistakes and giving advice for improvement. pp ' Averaging 15.5 points per game, Larry Turman finishes the season with two-hundred eighty total points to his credit. 92 PROVIDES MOMENTUM FOR CAGE ACTION Coach Don Flick calls time-out to set up the strategy for a three- point play. The impetus of the team, Larry Turman dribbles the ball down court to execute a possible two-pointer. Roger Mannon finds himself unguarded as he aims for the " golden bucket. " Closely guarded, John Pugh aims high in an attempt to make a field goal against the Blacksburg Indians. 93 MEET WITH A toss of the ball and another game awaits the alert Buffalo cagers. Pre-game warm-ups get players in condi- Paul Stuart, who played all but four quarters of the season, jumps high tion for action on the hardwood, to begin a home game. 94 HILLSVILLE INDIANS MARKS NEAR-WIN FOR BUFFALOES The manager of the varsity squad, Larry Richard Nester (40) outmaneuvers a George Wythe player to add two Thompson, discovers that he is constantly points to the Buffaloes ' score. in demand because of his numerous duties. Behind the scenes, mixed emotions fill the air as Varsity cagers discuss third quarter plays. 95 VARSITY CAGERS DOOMED BY NEW RIVER LOSSES Keeping records of statistics and time are the student officials: scorekeeper, David Weeks, timekeeper, David King, and announ- cer Mike Weeks. Games played from the bench can be frustrating for both coach and players. James Vest stretches to keep the ball out of th reach of his George Wythe opponent as he searche for an opening. Gary Nolen (32) sizes up opposing defense as he attempts to break away from his Dublin opponent 96 JV Basketball Team. ROW ONE: Larry Williams, Allen Smith, Richard Slusher, Tony Quesenberry, Mr. Smith, Coach; Earl Ald- ridge, Danny Boyd, James Quesenberry. ROW TWO: G. C. Spangler and Roger Bond, Managers; Charles Huff, Michael Agee, Lyle Wimmer, MikeLinkous, Jim Dalton, Dale Shortt and Howard Beale, Managers. JV SQUAD BOASTS BEST 1966-67 SPORTS RECORD Although the JV team posted a 5-14 record, it com- pensated for its defeats in the invaluable experience gained from playing in the tough and competitive New River District. Because of a large number of ninth and tenth grade boys trying out for the squad, the coaches instigated a Freshmen team. With the mid-season promotion ofseveral team members to the varsity squad, the remaining Fresh- men team played both JV and Freshmen games. Through this doubled experience the team acquired the key to a successful varsity of tomorrow. Lyle Wimmer, leading scorer for the JV squad, jumps above a Narrows player for an easy two. Scores Floyd Co. 62 George Wythe 40 Floyd Co. 26 Hillsville 20 Floyd Co. 45 Galax 40 Floyd Co. 32 Giles 36 Floyd Co. 32 Narrows 43 Floyd Co. 19 Blacksburg 43 Floyd Co. 30 Pulaski 57 Floyd Co. 22 Dublin 42 Floyd Co. 15 George Wythe 45 Floyd Co. 54 Galax 59 Floyd Co. 36 Hillsville 28 Floyd Co. 22 Blacksburg 48 Floyd Co. 25 Giles 38 Floyd Co. 37 Narrows 71 Floyd Co. 26 Pulaski 51 Floyd Co. 0 Radford Forfeit Floyd Co. 29 Dublin 56 Floyd Co. 0 Radford Forfeit Floyd Co. 39 Andrew Lewis 38 Larry Williams finds the going tough as he dribbles around a Pulaski Oriole. 97 Scores Floyd Co. 16 Christiansburg 18 Floyd Co. 19 Salem Intermediate 51 Floyd Co. 34 Dublin 37 Floyd Co. 26 Auburn 23 Floyd Co. 17 George Wythe 63 Floyd Co. 34 Woolwine 25 Floyd Co. 40 Auburn 35 Floyd Co. 21 Dublin 22 Floyd Co. 11 Christiansburg 21 The disclosure of the basketball schedule for the eighth grade cagers brought the enforcement of rigid curfews and lengthy practice sessions for those boys who had made the team. The training for the Baby Buffaloes included dribb- ling exercises and lay-up and foul shot practice. It is evident that the eighth graders mastered the fundamentals of the game for they closed the season with three wins and six losses. As the season progressed, their improved skills marked them a future team of high caliber. Cage action with George Wythe begins as Henry Aldermai bounds high to give F CHS possession of the jump-ball. BABY BUFFS DOWN OPPOSITION FOR THREE VICTORIES Eighth Grade Basketball Team. ROW ONE: Allen Vest, Manager; Robert Shelor, Steve Cockram, Henry Aldermai Charles Bond, Charles Surber, Phil Mannon, Roger Harris, Tommy Nichols, Ersel Manning, Danny Compton, Mai Robert Pugh, Cline Wimmer. ROW TWO: Larry Harmon, ager; Mr. Enoch, Coach. 98 MID-WINTER ACHIEVEMENTS RANK HIGH FOR STUDENTS The VFW Voice of Democracy Contest winners were: Donna Griffith, third place; Richard Nester, first place; Beth Simpson, second place. Honorable Mentions for the All-District Foot- ball Team went to Duane Phillips and Terry Vest. Not Pictured: Richard Palmer. Recipient of the Betty Crocker Home- maker of Tomorrow Award was senior Eunice Layman. Isabel Agnew demonstrates the talents which helped her win first place at the Virginia Beach Cheerleading Camp. 115 DISTINCTIVE STUDENTS BRING HONORS TO FCHS Faculty members selected Margie Gallimore, Leta Enoch, Duane Phillips, and Danny Peters as delegates to Girls ' and Boys ' State held at VPI during the summer. The Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen r e c i p i e nt, Carolyn King, prepares her speech for state competition. Singing their way past hard competition, Kelly Kidd, Wanda Weddle, Nancy King, Danny Peters, Jerry Weddle, and James Scott became FCHS ' s rep- resentatives to All-State Choral. James Scott will also participate in the All-Virginia Chorus. Future editors of FCHS ' s literary publications prepare for their trip to the SIPA con i vention: Marie Eanes, Janet Thomas, Jane Weeks, Patsy Phillips, Sarah Wimmer Roger Mannon, Mrs. Meador, Mrs. Peterson, Sponsors. Not Pictured: Susan Wimmer Charlotte Naff combined talent and practice to win a seating at All- State Band. AMATEUR MAGAZINE SALESMEN AIM FOR $4500 GOAL For two weeks each student at FCHS becomes a part of the sales world as he moves about selling magazines in his community. Throughout the campaign conducted in the school each year, students compete with fellow classmates in selling subscriptions. On October 15 the annual campaign began with the presentation of class skits demonstrating the prowess of each class at outselling all other classes. The campaign came to an end after $4300 worth of magazines had been sold; part of this money enables the school to supply many departments with new equipment. table radii Both sponsors of the campaign, Mrs. Slusher and Mrs. Altizer, agree that the time spent on the campaign was well worth their efforts. Recipients of the five $5 bills are P. Spence, C. Black- well, C. Agee, R. Hylton. Not Pictured: E. Cockram. Senior Vicki Maberry ended the suspense of who would win the $20 by verifying that she had sold two magazine subscriptions. As the last prize was awarded to the high salesman, Robert Weddle, student helpers, J. Whitlock, A. Porter, J. Weddle, R. Phipps, give sighs of relief. 117 NIPPY OCTOBER AIR DATE ERL OCT 7 TIME 7 30 -II 30 % PLACE FCHSCAFE ADM. 50 PER PERSON VS. Homecoming 1966 clashed FCHS ' s Buffaloes against the Blue Demons from Christiansburg. Anticipation swept through the corridors of FCHS as October the seventh approached, for this date had been designated as Homecoming 1966. While excitement heightened, students created an atmosphere for victory by fulfilling the numerous tasks associated with the game and the dance which would follow. Even the goal posts brightened as their dull grey colors transformed to glossy black and gold. From the hard fought game to the traditional dance, Homecoming ' 66 reigned successfully. Mr. John Houston presents Sue Cox, Homecoming Queen 1966, a glittering crown of pearls and a dozen red roses. Senior candidates for Homecoming Queen, Linda Pauley, Sue Cox, and Donna Spangler, are a picture of ner- vousness and excitement. A kiss for the Queen and a radiant smile express the happiness of a magic moment. 118 CHARACTERIZES 1966 HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES Members of the Homecoming were: Larry Janney, Ruby Pratt, Joe Quesenberry, Elizabeth Alderman, Vicki Cro- mer, Larry Hatcher, Becky West, Linda Aldridge, Randy Thompson, Susan Wimmer, Jerry Weddle, Linda Pauley, W. L. Goad, Donna Spangler, Frank Woollums, Dianne Higgs, Charles Bond, Mary Thompson. Not Pictured: Sue Cox, Jerry Huff, Arthur Porter, David Peters. Members of the faculty add a touch of folk music to the Homecoming Dance. Two hours of dancing succeeded the fourth annual Homecoming Game. 119 INDESTR U CTBILITY OF MANKIND IS THEME At the first play practices quite a few seniors came up with hilarious varia- tions in the script. Make-up, costume, and a change in posture and voice altered Leta Enoch from a teen to an aged gypsy fortune teller. Members of the cast combined natural talents and know-how to present the illusion of discord on the Boardwalk. Struck by disaster, the Antrobus family shows emotions of distress and sorrow. OF SENIOR PLAY Each year as a fund raising project the Senior Class presents a play. This year ' s contribution to the literary world consisted of a comedy by Thornton Wilder, " The Skin of Our Teeth. " Ice-age animals, a convention of mammals, and the ravages of war added sparkling high- lights to the three acts of the play. Innumerable practices led up to two dress rehearsals and then on December 10, the premiere. For the large cast and numerous people working behind the scenes, the play was an exciting triumph for the Class of ' 67. Thornton Wilder may have written the script, but Wanda Blackwell, student director; Mrs. Hallman, director; and Margie Gallimore, make-up artist, proved indispensable in creating the characters, scenes, and illusions for the play. What would a Wilder comedy be without that certain touch of romance? Senior Play Cast. ROW ONE: N. Wade, S. Williams, K. Kidd, J. Spence, C. King, J. Huff, P. Spence, K. Poff, D. Hylton. ROW TWO: D. Gardner, M. Weeks, L. Enoch, L. Howery, R. Reed, L. Pauley, V. Maberry. ROW THREE: J. Weddle, D. Spangler, D. Phillips, S. Goode, C. Naff, Y. Vest, M. Weeks, F. Palmer, D. Peters. 121 SELECTION OF MADONNA AND SNOW QUEEN As the curtains part, clear notes of the Christmas Cantata resound throughout the hushed auditorium. The narration of the Nativity story accented with traditional carols divulges the true meaning of Christmas. For the first time students discover the identity of the Madonna and the Angel. During this quiet and most reverent as- sembly of the year, the Star of the East casts its brilliant rays upon the girls as a reminder of their high Christian standard and good citizenship, ideals which stood fore- most in the minds of the faculty and Senior Class when choosing the recipients of this honor. As the Star of the East shines overhead, the Glee Club sings the story of the Nativity. Extensive hours of practice are necessary to perfect the Christmas Cantata. Solemn expressions on the faces of Madonna, Lind: Weeks, and Angel, Judy Hollandsworth, depict the rev- erence of the Christmas scene. The straightening of veils and gowns is the last minut([ preparation before the opening of the curtain. 122 CLIMAXES HOLIDAY TURMOIL The downpour of a steady rain, the coldness of a winter ' s wind— these elements caused the cancellation of the annual Floyd County Christmas Parade. Even though the rescheduled event on Monday night was blustery, holiday spirits prevailed as crowds gathered for the pa- rade. Bringing a highlight to the evening, the Queen and her Attendants reigned over the parade. Their throne was a colossal blanket of snow which the Beta Club, constructed with materials the local Women f Clulj furnished. 1 i 1 ; rm Smiles of happiness adorn the faces of Snow Queen can- didates Donna Spangler, Carolyn King, and Nancy Voigt. Nancy Voigt, Snow Queen 1966-67, pauses in the midst of winter surroundings to make a snowball. Engulfed by a blanket of snow, Junior Attendants Doris Williams and Susan Wimmer, Senior Attendants Donna Spangler and Carolyn King, and Snow Queen Nancy Voigt greet the crowds. 123 SCA COUNCIL, GOVERNING BODY OF FCHS, LEADS Officers: Katie Spence, Secretary; Danny Peters, Presi- dent; Layne Howery, Treasurer; Vickie Cromer, Reporter; Patsy Phillips, Vice-President. SCA members Layne Howery and Arthur Porter promote Christmas spirit as they decorate the traditional tree. FCHS regards the Student Cooperative Association as the leading organization of the school. Its main objec- tive is to maintain cooperation among the faculty and students by enforcing new rules or by changing old ones. The SCA selected as its theme this year " Honor First. " Through creative posters and discussions held at their monthly meetings, the SCA attempted to curb dishonesty. Under the guidance of capable officers voted on by the student body, FCHS has had another active year in student cooperation. In order to guide the student body and faculty in school government, President Danny Peters and Mr. Hollands- worth engage in many discussions, both serious and jovial, throughout the school year. Locker inspection is indicative of the clean-up campaign conducted twice a year by the SCA. 124 SCHOOL IN ITS FIFTH YEAR OF OPERATION SCA Members. ROW ONE: Mrs. Rorrer, Miss Dobyns, Sponsors; D. Peters, P. Phillips, K. Spence, L. Howery, V. Cromer. ROW TWO: R, Pauley, D. Pratt, N. Hatcher, R. Chapan, K. Quesenberry, D. Williams, S. DeHart. ROW THREE: K. Hill, L. Pauley, J. Slaughter, B. Alley, E. Aldridge, D. Quesenberry. ROW FOUR: R. Thompson, J. Pugh, A. Porter, S. Simmons, I. Agnew, M. Galli- more. Selected members become disc jockeys for a night at one of the three sock hops sponsored by the SCA. After a tough basketball game, players and fans relax by dancing to the modern " soul " sounds. Bill Cook and Brenda Collins add their suggestions for school improvement to the newly installed suggestion box. 125 HONOR STUDENTS Last September the Beta Club tapped and pinned 35 new members who had outstanding scholastic, leadership, and character records. These new members soon found that Betas have a busy calendar for this year ' s projects ranged from sponsoring the Harvest Hop to donating cloth- ing for the needy. Throughout the year Beta members completed various activities by serving others and by adding a touch of fun to their work. Beta members discovered what real Yuletide joy can be when they distributed clothes and toys to the needy at Christmas. ROW ONE: A. Moore, J. Weeks, J. Thomas, A. Yearout, B. Cockram, M. Lane, D. Griffith, J. Thomas, B. Helm, D. Hayden. ROW TWO: R. Quesenberry, D. Weeks, C. Yearout, A. Porter, P. Harris, L. Brewster, B. Harris, C. Sowers, P. Spence. ROW THREE: S. Quesenberry, L. Weeks, B. Quesenberry, Y. Claytor, J. Hollandsworth, J. Hylton, W. Nixon, C. Naff, C. King, S. Williams. ROW FOUR: L. Pauley, Y. Vest, M. Weeks, V. Maberry, D. Spangler, D. Phillips, J. Huff, L. Hubbard, S. Cox. Betas ushered patrons about the School at the Nationa American Education Week Program. Officers: Jerry Weddle, Treasurer; Linda Pauley, Secretary Duane Phillips, President; Donna Spangler, Reporter; Jerry Huff, Vice-President. PREPARE FOR NATIONAL BETA CONVENTION K1 a ssroomKw iz contestants C. Naff, F. Palmer, and G. Howell meet with a It e rn at e s J. Hollandsworth and D. Peters to " bone up " for April 24. ROW ONE: P. Dulaney, V. Duncan, P. Phillips, S. DeHart, K. Poff, D. Williams, E. Layman, S. Wimmer. ROW TWO: M. Pugh, G. Goad, R. Williams, G. Howell, W. Shortt, R. Mannon, C. Smythers, J. Canaday. ROW THREE: L. Enoch, B. Vest, J. Cox, C. Myers, S. Harris, S. Turman, H. Stuart, P. McDaniel, I. Saunders. ROW FOUR: S. Goode, F. Palmer, D. Hylton, R.Quesenberry, L. Howery, B. Vest, J. Weddle, D. Peters. Jerry Huff presents Ronnie Phipps with his Beta pin as the principal, the president, and the sponsor acknowledge his outstanding achievement. The Honey Bees— Joyce Hylton, Sue Cox, Shirley Goode, Leta Enoch, and Brenda Vest— add a touch of music to Beta activities. AMATEUR JOURNALISTS PRINT TWO MAGAZINE ISSUES Students interested in the various literary fields find their amateur journalistic abilities put to a test when they enroll in the Quill and Scroll. Members, who must be either juniors or seniors and must rank in the upper third of their class, elected five seniors to guide them through the hectic year of ' 67. During autumn the club decided to publish two issues of the Highland Scops . By meeting this goal, the Quill and Scroll accomplished another first in the history of FCHS. Literary exchanges with other schools aid members in obtaining new ideas for the winter issue of the Highland Scops . Officers: Kaye Poff, R e p or t e r; Pat Spence, Secretary Charlotte Naff, President; Richard Nester, Vice-President Martha Weeks, Treasurer. Quill and Scroll Members: ROW ONE: J. Weeks, M. Eanes, P. Phillips, D. Griffith, M. Hayden, J. Thomas. ROW TWO: C. Naff, J. Weddle, Y. Vest, K. Poff, P. Spence, W. Shortt. ROW THREE: S. Williams, M. Weeks, W. Nixon, D. Weeks, R. Mannon, R. Nester. 128 Yvonne Vest, Editor; and Mrs. Slusher, Advisor, review the results of the club ' :i work in the winter edition of the Highland Scops . THE VOICE OF FCHS IS THE COUNTY CRIER Few students realize that it often takes more time to srint the news than it does to make it. Once every six weeks ;omething approaching a miracle happens in journalism ;lass: after surmounting obstacles of almost unimaginable Droportions, FCHS ' s eager newspaper staff succeeds in jetting a paper into the hands of the student readers. By printing factual events and humorous incidents that iccur each day at FCHS, the County Crier holds the nterests of all subscribers. 1 1 r i IsF i ' 1 r 1 . Eanes, J. Hall, B. Cook, D. Weeks, and P. Phillips sause for a moment as photographer, J. Conner, snaps a jicture . A float portraying basic aspects of the press business was the Staff ' s entry in the Christmas Parade. D. Griffith, L. Brewster, B. Collins, A. Moore, C. Moore, S. Roberson, N. Voigt, J. Weeks, and C. Wade display Christmas posters that they made. Members of the Crier Staff relax before touring the Richmond Times Building during their November trip. Sponsor Miss Nancy Slusher lends a helping hand to sports «vriters F. Palmer, R. Mannon, M. Weeks, and W. Shortt. Officers: Mrs. Rowena Hollandsworth, Sponsor; Kathy Gearheart, President; Ruby Pratt, Treasurer; Shirley Mabery, Historian; Diane Griffith, Chaplain; Patty Weddle, Secretary; Vandy Poage, Vice-President; and Wanda Alderman, Reporter. Jr. Tri-Hi-Y members are overjoyed to find that they have only six more bags of popcorn to sell. From community projects to club panel discussions, the members of the Junior Tri-Hi-Y, a division of the Young Men ' s Christian Association, work for a common , purpose. At every meeting each one pledges " to create, y maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and I community high standards of Christian character. " Led by a slate of seven Freshman officers and onel sponsor, the eighth and ninth grade girls in this organization! have conducted such projects as supplying Christmas gifts, for Joy Ranch in Hillsville and purchasing U. S. and Virginia flags for the school. By working in their homes! school, and communities, these members strive to achieve the goals of their creed. JUNIOR TRI-HI-Y Members: ROW ONE: Mrs. Hollandsworth, Sponsor; J. Wood, D. Whitlock, B. Smith, R. Pratt, H. McAlexander, K. Lawrence, D. Rumburg, C. Hylton, C. Roberson. ROW TWO: F. Weeks, S. Lane, S. Hale, D. Vest, D. Griffith, B. Cockram, B. Hylton, B. Boyd, D. Lawson, R. Thomas. ROW THREE: K. Huff, M. Huff, P. Poff, D. Page, P. Weddle, L. Poage, V. Poff, S. Mabery, W. Alderman. ROW FOUR: D. Lawrence, B. Smith, W. Goad, E. Quesenberry, S. Sowers, K. Quesenberr K. Gearheart, E. Williams, R. Hylton. ROW FIV B. Alley, D. Conner, L. Yopp, L. Duncan, V. Speno B. Harris, M. Turpin, N. Dickerson, R. Sowers, R. Week ROW SEX: M. Dulaney, S. Hollandsworth, C. Quesenberr C. Sowers, J. Belcher, K. Hill, P. Smith, J. Davi and J. Hancock. 130 ' ri-Hi-Y members put the finishing touches on Christmas •resents to be sent to the Joy Ranch Orphanage. Presenting the U. S. flagtothe principal signifies the com- pletion of another project for Tri-Hi-Yers. p ORMS BOND AMONG DIFFERENT RELIGIONS The planning of monthly meetings requires time and original ideas from the program committee. 131 HI-Y BOASTS MARKED INCREASE IN MEMBERS Officers: L. to R. Layne Howery, Vice-President; David Weeks, Chaplain; Robert Reed, Treasurer; Jimmie Spence, President; Mr. Del Smith, Sponsor; Gus Howell, Secretary; and Jack Shortt, Reporter. A religious, non-profit o r g a n i z a t i on, the Hi-Y i; affiliated with the Young Men ' s Christian Association Led by a slate of four seniors and two juniors, the clut members work together to promote Christian spirit through- out the school, community, and state. This all-bo organization not only gains invaluable rewards from re- ligion for themselves, but also influences the thinking o non-members. Judging from the growth of membership and interes displayed by the club members, the extent of their re ligious influence in the school will expand. Even " Hi-Y Men " find time to brighten the corridors wit a bulletin board displaying their goal. Members: ROW ONE: L. Hatcher, J. Pugh, R. Slusher, T. Quesenberry. ROW TWO: M. Agee, M. Quesenberry, H. Gobble, L. Wimmer, C. Smythers, L. Williams, W. McDaniel, R. Thompson. ROW THREE: T. Slaughter, D. Quesenberry, E. Eanes, F. Palmer, D. Reed, D. Wee) ROW FOUR: S. Angle, T. Rumburg, J. Shortt, R. DeWi L. Howery, J. Spence, R. Reed. ROW FIVE: Mr. Smil Sponsor; G. Howell, and M. Weeks. 132 SR. TRI-HI- Y STRESSES CHRISTIAN CHARACTER The orientation of two new students from Czechoslovakia, the Voigts, is conducted by Sr. Tri-Hi-Yers. Senior Tri-Hi-Y, a non-denominational association affiliated with the Young Men ' s Christian Association, stresses Christian behavior in all facets of daily life. Working closely with the Jr. Tri-Hi-Y and the Hi-Y, the all-girl members make their ideals and high standards a reality. Distributing presents at Christmas time for hospital patients, welcoming new students, and discussing phases of religion are other projects that keep the members aware of the meaning and purpose of the club. Officers: Sarah Wimmer, Historian; Jane Weeks, Sec- retary; Susan Wimmer, Vice-President; Mrs. Jarratt, Sponsor; Donna Spangler, President; Donna Griffith, Trea- surer; Joan Wimmer, Chaplain; Leta Enoch, Reporter. ROW ONE: A. Dunn, I. Agnew, J. Wimmer, I. Quesenberry, L. Cockram. ROW FOUR: J. Weeks, A. Yearout, Mrs. L. Hale, S. Harris. ROW TWO: S. Wimmer, M. Hopper, Jarratt, Sponsor; S. Wimmer, M. Lovell, W. Mills, S. Sink. D. Griffith, L. Enoch, C. Myers. ROW THREE: D. Spangler, 133 STUDENTS OF There is a growing need for teachers throughout oui nation. The FTA designates itself as the club to encourage] more students to select teaching as a career. By usinc audio-visual aids, members are able to view the diversel phases of the teaching profession which many students are not aware of. The executive committee plans the monthly meetings around themes that stress the importance o! college education. Though only a small club, the co-operation and par- ticipation of its members have resulted in commendable] work. The bright prospect of attending a convention of the Future Teachers of America requires not only luggage but plenty of note paper. 1 Yj M Jm f L m f FTA Members. ROW ONE: Mrs. A. Turman, Sponsor; J. Hollandsworth, W. Turman, S. Cox, L. Enoch, J. Hylton, J. Cox, L. Pauley, V. Maberry. ROW TWO: L. Spence, C. Gallimore, J. Manning, J. Rutrough, E. Burnette, C. Moore, A. Moore, D. Peters. ROW THREE: S. Simmons, L. Aldridge, P. Harris, S. Epperly, S. Harmon, K. Spence C. Yearout. ROW FOUR: F. Austin, L. Phillips, N. Ehincai S. Shaver, S. King, V. Hale, R. Williams. ROW FIV1 C. Vest, C. Slusher, D. Reed, K. Kidd, M. Agee J. Pugh. 134 TODAY - FUTURE TEACHERS OF TOMORROW A discussion concerning variety in programs prompts a controversy among the FTA program committeemen. The Reverend Mr. McMillion conveys a message concerning the lack of teachers to members of the FTA. President Linda Pauley conducts each meeting according to proper parliamentary procedure by calling for a vote on each proposed issue. Officers: Judy Hollandsworth, Secretary; Anne Moore, Vice-Pres- ident; Linda Pauley, President; Richard Williams, Reporter. 135 AN ATTRACTION FOR BOOKS DRAWS LIBRARY The Library Aides is the unique organization for those students at FCHS who believe that " there is no frigate like a book. " Composed of sophomores, juniors, and seniors, this organization works to achieve exactly what its name implies. Working during their study halls, the members assist the librarian in many of her everyday duties. From reshelving books and stamping check-out cards, to assisting their fellow students on research projects, the library aides become familiar with all areas in this hub of volume-filled shelves. Officers: JerryHuff, Vice-President; Eunice Layman, Trea- surer; Carolyn King, President; Charlotte Naff, Reporter; Patsy Phillips, Secretary. A figment from Mark Twain ' s imagination comes to life as Wayne Hogan depicts Tom Sawyer in the Library Club initiation. Keeping the magazine rack in order is only one of the student librarians ' daily tasks. I Originality highlights the library bulletin board, which is changed as often as the weather. 136 i . AIDES INTO WEB OF UNENDING WORK Library aides lend a helping hand by ironing tape on newly arrived books. Library Club Members. ROW ONE: D. Poff, S. Townley, A. Peters, M. Boyd, J. Whitlock, J. Boyd, C. Weddle. ROW TWO: M. Poff, A. Rierson.B. Midkiff, S. Rumburg, C. Meador, W. Willis, J. Hylton, A. Goad, B. Belcher, L. Yopp. ROW THREE: P. Dulaney, S. Compton, M. Phillips, J. Dulaney, J. Worrell, V. Hylton, L. Hubbard, D. Phillips, L. Moran, J. Robertson. In accordance with the rules of the initiation committee, Anna Mae Goad chose to portray Little Lu Lu. 137 Officers: Shelby Quesenberry, President; Danny Quesenberry, Treasurer; Miss N. L. Slusher, Sponsor; Brenda Collins, Historian; Sandra DeHart, Reporter; Marie Eanes, Vice-President; Judy Cox, Secretary; Susan Sink, Parliamentarian. Sorting and distributing contribution cards for the upcoming March of Dimes Campaign keeps FBLA members busy. MARCH OF DIMES To the Future Business Leaders of America falls the task of conducting the March of Dimes Campaign through- out the school. Their responsibilities include publicizing the campaign, typing contribution envelopes, and collect- ing and counting the amount of money donated. Although much of the job is laborious, FBLA members eagerly undertake the project knowing that the compensations oi helping underprivileged children are rewarding. Ir addition to the campaign the members have discussion; about the mercantile world and tour local businesses, thus rounding out their calendar of events. The Handbook Committee is sure to duplicate enoug handbooks so that each FBLA member can have a copy. 138 A busy agenda awaits the FBLA members, following the devotions of a regular club meeting. HEADS LIST OF ANNUAL FBLA ACTIVITIES FBLA Members. ROW ONE:D. Quesenberry,S. Quesenberry, P. H u f f, B. J o n e s, D. White, S. Robertson, J. Cox, C. King, C. Bond, S. Sink, M. Gallimore, J. Huff, C. Vass, B. Harris. ROW TWO: V. Agee, S. Compton, V. Duncan, J. Sowers, S. Hubbard, D. Phillips, W. Jones, J. Hollandsworth, M. Phillips, M. Eanes, B. Collins, N. King, S. DeHart, D. Huff. ROW THREE: J. Boyd, J. Hubbard, V. Hylton, B. Midkiff, B. Duncan, B. Shelor, A. Peters, N. Duncan, C. Criner, V. Sutphin, J. Slaughter, V. Cromer, L. Aldridge. ROW FOUR: K. Quesenberry, J. Turpin, P. Kemp, C. Vest, D. Morgan, D. Goad, J. Scott, D. Flora, J. Simpkins. y j i-i ■ . j W Vi | V ,V K, SCIENCE FAIR ATTRACTS NUMEROUS PLEDGES ROW ONE: M. Dulaney, C. Dehart, B. West, C. Moore, M. Agee, J. Robertson, L. Cannaday, W. Beale, T. Williams. ROW TWO: D. Poff, L. Dalton, A. Yearout, M. Lane, J. Yearout, L. Williams, L. Wimmer, R. Shelor, R. Shelor. ROW THREE: J. Thomas, J. Shelor, C. Agee, E. Shelor, J. Boyd, B. Vest, R. Hollandsworth, T. Slaughter. ROW FOUR: D. Compton, N. Hatcher, L. Harmon, S. Cockram, D. Palmer, D. Hopper, R. Bond, W. Starkey. ROW FIVE: C. Yearout, J. Weddle, W. Shortt, L. Kesler, R. Murken, R. Shortt, M. Quesenberry. The science of the Space-Age is a challenging and complex field of study. Students at FCHS who maintain a B average may become members of the Science Club, the organization that gives amateur scientists the chance to express their ideas. Through various group activities, such as individual projects and club observations, the forty-one active mem- bers begin to view the world about them in scientific terms— a very useful implement for today ' s teen-agers. Officers: Clonnie Yearout, Vice-President; Ellen Shelor, Secretary; Becky West, Treasurer; Jerry Weddle, President; Janet Thomas, Reporter; Mr. Max Thomas, Sponsor. Upperclassmen demonstrate the principal of the gyroscope to other members of the Science Club. 140 YEARBOOK STAFF RUSHES TO MEET FINAL DEADLINES ROW ONE: K. Poff, B. Simpson, E. Shelor, L. Spence, Copy Editors; P. Spence, Editor; Mrs. Meador, Sponsor; S. Williams, Assistant Editor. ROW TWO: A. Dunn, C. Blackwell, Class Editors; M. Eanes, Lay-Out Editor; E. Layman, Class Editor. ROW THREE: M. Lane, E. Muncy, Class Editors; S. Sink, Typist. ROW FOUR: J. Conner, J. Shelor, Photographers; S. Harmon, Class Editor; D. Huff, Typist. ROW FIVE: S. Shaver, Business Manager; B. West, Assistant Business Manager; S. Wim- mer, Head Class Editor; S.Wimmer, Organization Editor. At the beginning of the school year the Bison copy editors met to pool all possible ideas for the yearbook theme. After the selection of a specific theme, the re- maining work of the staff falls into a definite pattern. Copy and lay-out editors create lively captions and design pages while the business section moves from store to store soliciting ads. As everyone works frantically to meet deadlines, the yearbook evolves from its birth in individual thought to its completion in actual form as the 1967 Bison . Writing orig- inal and cre- ative copy keeps the copy editors on a constant quest for new ideas. Sponsor, Editor, and Section Editors examine numerous cover designs before finally reaching a decision. 141 On the third Thursday of each month twenty-five students and a sponsor meet and form the nucleus of the Distributive Education program at FCHS. Programs deal- ing with business administration, marketing, and related fields bring a wide panorama of the mercantile world into focus for members of DE. While planning an Employer-Employee Banquet, de- signing bulletin boards, and executing various other club projects, the youths enrolled in this club are preparing themselves for fulltime employment in distributive occupations. Posters publicizing the DE Club display the industrious - ness of its members. The combined ingenuity and talents of DE members result in a completed bulletin board. Officers: Lois Vest, Reporter; Phyllis Ballinger, Treasurer; Margaret Lovell, Secretary; Jerry Radford, President; W. L. Goad, Vice-President; Mr. Eakin, Sponsor. DE CLUB EMPHASIZES GOOD SALESMANSHIP “pr tj; DE Members. ROW ONE: Mr. Eakin, Sponsor; J. Tur- man, G. Bishop, L. Vest, P. Ballinger, M. Lovell, W. Goad, J. Radford. ROW TWO: M. Turman, M. Boyd, M. Poff, R. Quesenberry, S. Freeman, L. Vest, G. Harman, L. Duncan. ROW THREE: C. Howell, J. Duncan, M. Smith, L. Myers, S. Cockram, D. Hatcher, D. Agee, D. Hylton. 142 Members of the mixed chorus find harmonizing not always easy. Two groups, the mixed chorus and the concert choir, make up the choral music program. The mixed chorus consists of those who have a genuine enjoyment of sing- ing as well as the ability to recognize musical notes. However, only selected members who demonstrate out- standing talent compose the concert choir. The repertoire of the concert choir includes Broad- way hits, folk songs, and classical pieces. " With liberty and justice for all, " rings out in unison from the concert choir during the annual American Edu- cation Week Program. CHORAL DIVISIONS CONVEY MOODS THROUGH VOICE Concert Choir. Seated: N. Shankle, Pianist. ROW ONE: M. Poff, B. Cockram, S. Conner, D. Weddle, C. Surber, J. Quesenberry, B. Cockram, L. McGuire, D. Whitlock, M. Phillips. ROW TWO: E. Quesenberry, F. Poff, G. De- Weese, J. Harmon, G. Shelor, L. Brewster, R. Hylton. ROW THREE: G. Turner, D. Hayden, L. Harmon. M. Slusher, D. Hopper, R. Epps, M. Pugh, L. Hylton, J. Wood, S. Cox, J. Slaughter. ROW FOUR: Mrs. Mock, Sponsor; B. Conner, C. Sowers, W. Weddle, J. Scott, D. Peters, J. Weddle, K. Kidd, V. Poage, V. Spencer, M. Hopper, S. Goode, N. King. 143 BAND MEMBERS CONCLUDE PROJECTS IN ORDER Initiating high-spirited sportsmanship throughout the I school, the seventy-seven member band combines talents I and efforts to bring new honors and pride to FCHS. Under I the direction of Mr. Jack Kaufman, the band performs I at football half-times, presents concerts, marches in parades, and competes in District and All-State contests. This year the members were first place winners in the Christiansburg Christmas Parade. In June the band will travel to Myrtle Beach to compete in the Sun Fun Festival. Band Council: Layne Howery, Donna Spangler, Councilmen; Wanda Blackwell, President; Anne Moore, Head Majorette; Gus Howell, Drum Major. TO COMPETE IN SUN FUN FESTIVAL PRARADES Discussion of position and hand motions result in correct formations when majorettes, L. Aldridge, L. Pauley, A. Moore, Head Majorette; L. Spence, P. Spence, E. Shelor, are on parade routes. Band Members. ROW ONE: Y. Vest, L. Spence, P. Spence, K. Spence, S. Epperly, P. Weddle, E. Shelor, C. Smy- thers, L. Wimmer. ROW TWO: D. High, E. Williams, A. Moore, C. Agee, D. Lawson, M. Lee, J. Dalton, D. Spang- ler, J. Shelor, J. Thomas, C. Naff, G. Howell. ROW THREE: D. Compton, H. Ratliff, D. Griffith, R. Bond, S. Sowers, C. DeHart, R. Shelor, J. Howery, P. Talley, M. Linkous, R. Slusher, S. Angle, M. Weeks, C. Quesen- berry, L. O ' Connor, S. Gib- son, W. Alderman, R. Thomas, J. Spence, L. Pauley, L. Aldridge. ROW FOUR: W. Blackwell, J. Shortt, R. Reed, A. Vest, H. Gobble, M. Quesenberry, L. Howery, W. Naff, JackKaufman, Director; T. Vest, D. Shortt, R. Pauley, D. Peters, M. Slusher, L. Turman, D. Horton, C. Hyl- ton, R. Weeks, P. Poff, M. Agee, S. Moran, S. Hallman. YOUNG MUSICIANS PRESENT JOINT CONCERTS On many Wednesdays bandsmen can be found forming a doughnut line and picking up their orders, a project which will provide funds for an over-night trip for all members. To students in the music department, the euphonious clamor that surges from the auditorium represents the re- sults of their combined talents. Both the band and choir practice year round to provide entertainment for the public. When snowflakes fill the air, a Christmas concert is near; flowers in bloom foretell a spring concert. In addition to these annual concerts both departments perform for school assemblies and graduation exercises. With every perform- ance they bring the many moods depicted in the realm of music. The Glee-ettes, N. Shankle, N. King, W. Weddle J. Wood, J. Slaughter, and E. Quesenberry, perform ai concerts and public events. During the Band and Choral concert in February, Choral Director Mrs. Mock briefly introduces each song. Drum Major Gus Howell presents a stately spe tacle as he leads the band during its performance 146 PEP CLUB MEMBERS ESTABLISH A CONSTITUTION Leading the club in group yells, the Pep Men, Bill Freeman, Butch Epperly, Arthur Porter, and Bill Cook, worked to instigate school sportsmanship. This year being its first, the Pep Club had many activities to complete in order that it might establish a constitution. Working with the officers and sponsor, a special committee selected thirteen articles to comprise the club ' s regulations. Based on the main purpose— that of promoting school spirit and sportsmanship, by-laws stated that all members would be allowed to miss only three home games. The Pep Club assisted cheerleaders in estab- lishing animated fan participation for sports events held at FCHS. Pep Club members chorus spirited cries as they rally the Buffaloes on to a hopeful victory. In order to have a cheering squad at home baseball games a special committee of Pep Clubmen sets up a schedule assigning volunteer members to attend each game. 147 Pep Club Sponsor Miss Kathleen Agnew, and President Kaye Poff, assisted other Varsity Cheerleaders in deco- rating goal posts for Homecoming. Pep Club Members. ROW ONE: J. Vest, M. Vest, W. Radford, R. DeWitt, Y. Vest, L. Pauley, V. Mayberry, W. Turman, M. Weeks. ROW TWO: F. Bannick, M. Smith, J. Hall, A. Porter, C. Yearout, A. Moore S. Wimmer, W. Blackwell, L. Brewster. ROW THREE: S. Hubbard, H. Hancock, S. Burton, B. Collins B. Cook, B. Quesenberry, B. Freeman, R. Conner, G. Bishop, D. Pratt. ROW FOUR: C. Stuart, E. Burnett C. Wade, S. Shaver, D. Morgan, C. Vest, B. Shelor, E. Harris, D. King. ROW FIVE: J. Dalton, M. Linkous M. Slusher, S. Moran, P. Talley, D. Horton, S. Hallman, T. Williams, S. Sowers, M. Epperly. ROW SIX M. Phillips, S. Boothe, D. Scott, K. Lawrence, C. Hylton, D. Griffith, S. Hale, L. Moran, L. Poage B. Boyd. ROW SEVEN: D. Weddle, E. Quesenberry, D. Shelor, S. Cockram, D. Compton, M. Spence M. Agee, M. Thompson, P. Poff, L. O ' Connor. ROW EIGHT: S. Stuart, J. Stuart, J. Wood, R. Weeks D. Page, R. Yeatts, N. Shankel, D. Whitlock, E. Muncy. STUDENTS BOLSTER SCHOOL SPIRIT THROUGH Officers: Arthur Porter, Treasurer; Pat Spence, Parliamentarian; Kaye Poff, President; Judy Hollands- worth, Vice-President; Bill Cook, Reporter. Not Pictured: Ronnie Phipps, Secretary. Pep Club Members. ROW ONE: Miss Agnew, Sponsor; B. Vest, K. Poff, L. Howery, L. Belcher, J. Spence, P. Spence. ROW TWO: J. Purdue, S. Epperly, D. Spangler, B. Vest, S. Goode, S. Cox, S. Cox, M. Higgs, J. Hollandsworth, M. Gallimore. ROW THREE: S. Wimmer, K. Lawson, S. Robertson, P. Harris, E. Harris, D. Quesenberry, J. Radford, M. Whitlock, N. King, S. DeHart, D. Huff. ROW FOUR: E. Holden, C. Reed, D. Britt, R. Shortt, V. Cromer, L. Spence, C. Agee, K. Spence, F. Austin, S. King, A. Duncan. ROW FIVE: K. Quesenberry, R. Pratt, J. Nixon, V. Sutphin, L. Phillips, C. George, B. Keith, S. Simmons, A. Dunn, I. Agnew, J. Wimmer. ROW SIX: C. Gearhart, C. Sowers, S. Gibson, S. Austin, R. Slusher, J. Shelor, C. Gallimore, E. Shelor, D. Hopper. ROW SEVEN: S. Sowers, A. Vest, A. Dalton, G. Vest, P. Mannon, M. Agee, V. Hale, B. West, B. Simpson. ROW EIGHT: D. Higgs, C. Nester, E. Manning, J. Myers, N. Hatcher, C. Bond, G. Hale, W. Naff, W. McDaniel, L. Hatcher, H. Gobble, J. Slauqhter, PARTICIPATION IN NEWLY-ORGANIZED PEP CLUB ' £5e Rl G Is V IctoRlcs ? t i he t Ollouhc Bellcames: )ec. ib vs Gl les )ec.lOvs Merfous )e(.2l vs BlacKs buRC y 0 - a R s ( ru the Ruffclo The Pep Club bulletin board committee kept FCHS ' s students informed about athletic events by posting game schedules and victory slogans. 149 Meeting before a pep rally, cheerleaders and club mem- bers discuss club participation at the football games. VARSITY CLUB BOYS TERMED AVID SPORTSMEN Though members of the Varsity Club are not professional singers, many of them found that club initiation required quite a bit of natural talent. Boys who have lettered in one or more of the various sports belong to the Varsity Club. Meeting each month, this group promotes and builds the athletics offered at FCHS. One main highlight of the club year is initiation — a day when prospective members must perform such feats as serenading the faculty, crawling to classes, and push- ing pennies down the hall with their noses. During spring the Varsity Club sponsors the annual Athletic Banquet, which recognizes students for their accomplishments in the field of sports. Officers: Allen Weeks, Game Leader; Gus Howell, Presi- dent; Donnie Quesenberry, Vice-President; Ralph Vest, Treasurer; Mr. Brookman, Sponsor; Fred Palmer, Secre- tary; Steve Quesenberry, Reporter. Varsity Club Members. ROW ONE: R. Vest, R. Reed, T. Vest, K. Kidd, W. Radford. ROW TWO: F. Bond, A. Weddle, A. Weeks, B. Freeman, E. Harris. ROW THREE: L. Turman, J. Dunn, F. Palmer, R. Phipps, S. Quesenberry, M. Weeks. ROW FOUR: W. Sheloi D. Quesenberry, D. King. ROW FIVE: G. Howell, C Smythers, J. Hall, E. Eanes, D. Phillips, S. Burton. 150 JOINT ACTIVITIES VITALIZE FFA-FHA CLUB YEAR Each year the FHA and FFA combine certain indivi- dual activities. At Christmas a joint meeting gives FHA ' ers and FFA ' ers the chance to meetone another and share the Christmas spirit. Members create an hour of fun by dancing, conversing, or just by enjoying the refreshments. The chief project carried out by these two groups is the selection of an FFA Chapter Sweetheart. Voted on by the FFA members, a select Future Homemaker proudly dons the traditional Sweetheart jacket. A combo provided mod music for the FHA and FFA Christmas party. The Father-Son Banquet, one of the main events of the FFA year, gives the members the opportunity to acquaint their fathers with FFA work and recreation. President Glen Goad assists FCHS ' s fifth Chapter Sweetheart, Shirley Thomas, as she puts on the Sweetheart jacket. FFA boys become waiters for a night when they serve the FHA girls and their mothers at the Mother-Daughter Ban- quet held on March 3. " TOWARDS NEW HORIZONS ” SUMS UP FHA Members. ROW ONE: Mrs. Cockram, Sponsor; S. Quesenberry, J. Harmon, B. Belcher, A. Rierson, J. Hubbard, N. Wade, R. Kenley, S. Hallman, S. Goode. ROW TWO: L. Quesenberry, G. Goad, M. Poff, J. Gearheart, D. Vest, I. Myers, C. V ade, R. Hylton, P. Belcher, J. Whitlock, W. Willis, R. McDaniel, M. Sowers, J. Webb. ROW THREE: P. Jones, C. Myers, B. Sloane, L. Hubbard, I. Quesenberry, K. Turman, L. Duncan, D. Bolt, V. Poff, K. Conner, P. Moran, C. Quesenberry, M. Via. ROW FOUR: L. Conner, M. Qusley, L. Moran, D. Ratliff, J. Poff, N. Shaver, B. Smith, Q. Dalton, B. Vest, Z. Turman. ROW FIVI J. Turpin, P. Kemp, B. Keith, K. Quesenberry, S. Co M. Higgs, K. Sutphin, A. Sowers, M. Salmon H. McAlexander. ROW SIX: L. Harris, S. Maber} M. Thompson, L. DeHart, J. Manning, C. Blackwel S. Austin, J. Yearout, L. Bolt, J. Conner, S. Beckne R. Ober.ROW SEVEN: B. Harter, H. Hancock, S. Thoma B. Quesinberry, D. Higgs, J. Nixon, P. Weddle, D. Higl C. Stuart, B. Claytor. ROW EIGHT: F. Poff, G. Radfor V. Agee, M. Phillips, E. Cockram, S. Epperly, W. Huf ' J. Nester, P. Reed, P. Showalter, P. Akers. FHA girls display their hostessing ability to FFA boys and their fathers at the annual Father-Son Banquet. FHA ' ers await the speech of their guest speaker, Mrs. Albert, as the formalities of a monthly meeting are carried out. GOAL OF EACH FUTURE HOMEMAKER Affiliated with the State and National Association of Future Homemakers of America, the FHA works for im- provement in family, personal, and community life. Members frequently serve for community banquets held at FCHS ' s cafeteria. Other activities include an annual dress review and the FHA-FFA joint meeting at Christmas. The hundred and one girls in this club become familiar with the arts of cooking and sewing which help prepare them for a future. Members are constantly striving to build their hopes into realities by active participation. FHA girls taking first year Home Economics struggle with pattern guides and crooked seams. Members of the program committee make plans for February ' s meeting. Officers: Audrey Rierson, Recreation Leader; Betty Belcher, Treasurer; Ruth Kenley, Parliamentarian; Shelby Quesenberry, First Vice-President; Shirley Goode, Pres- 153 ident; D o r i s Williams, Secretary; Sherry Hallman, Re- porter; Judy Harmon, Song Leader; Judy Hubbard, His- torian; Nita Wade, Second Vice-President. t Officers: Donald Gardner, Secretary; Larry Jewell, Sentinel; Mr. Lonnie Keith, Sponsor; George Puckett, Treasurer; Benny Gallimore, Reporter; Michael Pugh, Vice-President; Glenn Goad, President; Mr. H. P. Jen- nings, Sponsor. Benny Gallimore, Donnie Quesenberry, and Terry Vest, FCHS ' s crop judging team, announce the winning entries. The Future Farmers of America, composed of boys studying vocational agriculture, provides opportunities for members to develop competent and progressive ag- ricultural leadership, co-operation, and citizenship. The motto: " Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Learning to Live, Living to Serve— " , reflects the philosophy and i spirit of both the organization and its members. The FFA serves not only as a learning medium, but also offers members opportunities to have fun at such events as the annual Christmas party, summer camp, and the Father-Son Banquet. " TO DO, TO LEARN, TO LIVE, AND TO SERVE ” I 1 U Ti ' ll ' i ipf l l 7 — fi 1 f i r ‘ LV tTI |L FFA Members. ROW ONE: R. Reece, F. Bishop, L. Jewell, M. Pugh, G. Goad, G. Puckett, D. Gardner, B. Neighbors, T. Vest, B. Gallimore, N. Hylton, R. Harris. ROW TWO: F. Harris, E. West, P. Lovell, L. King, R. Hollandsworth, L. Moran, G. Trail, F. Cannaday, C. Roop, W. Sumpter, J. Tufman, W. Shelor, B. Hylton. ROW THREE: E. Harris, L. Dalton, P. Whitlock, S. Mai lory, N. Sowers, H. Reed, D. Higgs, F. Turpin, F Alderman, A. Showalter. ROW FOUR: D. Harmon M. Davis, B. Freeman, L. Belcher, D. Phillips, G. Price D. Quesenberry, S. Burton, D. Quesenberry, A. Weeks D. Harmon, S. Cockram. FFA Members. ROW ONE: H. Hill, L. Thompson, G. Manning, C. Allen, D. Agee. M. Belcher, J. Boothe, L. Bower, R. Houchins. ROW TWO: J. Quesenberry, S. Russ, D. Hubbard, K. Beckner, G. Spangler, A. Smith, S. Sowers, D. Huff, D. Belcher. ROW THREE: A. Quesenberry, R. Taylor, T. McDaniel, L. Spangler, F. Slusher, T. DeHart, R. Dulaney, K. Beaver. ROW FOUR: D. Hylton, M. Neste r, L. Cox, J. Canaday, R. Sowers, L. Keith, J. Hylton, L. Pratt, R. Harmon, R. Quesenberry. MAKES UP-COMING FUTURE FARMER FFA Members. ROW ONE: R. Hatcher, B. Duncan, G. Boothe, F. Woollums, W. Duncan, R. Belcher, J. Thomas, D. Phillips, L. Hubbard, S. Wade. ROW TWO: D. Mitchell, H. Hylton, L. Marshall, R. Beaver, D. Goad, R. Chapman, L. Vest, C. Quesenberry. ROW THREE: R. Webb, J. Greenway, J. Quesenberry, B. Reed, J. Sumpter, W. Underwood, L. Sweeny, H. Keith. ROW FOUR: F. Taylor, A. Johnson, F. Trout, W. Stump, R. Agnew, A. Hicks, D. Hylton. 155 AMBITIOUS NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS UNDERTAKES The Neighborhood Youth Corps, an organization af- filiated with the United States Government, assists those students who wish to work during a part of the school day. Sponsored by the Floyd County School Board, the NYC encourages young people to continue their educa- tions, thereby achieving one NYC goal— the attainment of a high school diploma. The seventy-five enrollees who compose this group work during their study halls or after school as aides to teachers, cafeteria workers, custodians; and in the school store, library, guidance office, and clinic. Officers: Margie Gallimore, President; George Puckett, NYC Sponsors, Mrs. Albert and Mrs. Dalton, guide the Vice-President; Carol Bond, Secretary and Treasurer; sixty-two members into their first successful year. Blanche Cox, Reporter; Mary Webb, Historian. 1 o i Wi f|] | pi J 1 1 NYC Members. ROW ONE: C. Myers, D. Poff, M. Galli- more, J. Higgs, M. Hopper, I. Saunders, D. Trail, P. Huff, L. Reed, K. Sutphin, C. George, W. Sowers, K. Smith. ROW TWO: S. Turman, Z. Turman, M. Poff, P. Vest, R. Cook, L. Brewster, L. DeHart, F. Jones, L. Stuart, P. McDaniel, A. Rierson, A. Weddle. ROW THREE: J. Dulaney, J. Webb, L. Harman, P. McNeil, L. Helm, G. Price, O. Turner, A. Duncan, M. Davis, L. Jewell, G. Goad. ROW FOUR: P. Phillips, P. Howell, A. Yearout, W. Jones, C. Vass, B. Radford, B. Dicker- son, L. Quesenberry, M. Akers, C. Vest, C. Meador, J. Turman, C. Howell. ROW FIVE: D. Smith, B. Cox M. Boyd, B. Helm, L. Radford, V. Duncan, N. Radford B. Sloane, M. Poff, R. Lampey, L. Marshall, R. Lemons INNUMERABLE TASKS AROUND THE SCHOOL NYC workers keep the lunch line moving at a fast pace as they serve plates and collect lunch money. Working during her study hall, Mildred Poff keeps track of those with aches and pains. Becoming familiar with the know-hows of clerking, a NYC worker takes charge of the school store. 157 KVG crew leaders put club knowledge to a test as they find the circumference of a tree with a Biltmore stick. PRESERVATION OF " Keep Virginia Green " is a well-known slogan to the KVG. Composed of Floyd County FFA Chapter Members, the KVG trains its boys in methods of fire prevention, fire supervision, and conservation of wild life and forests. Under the supervision of the Virginia Forest warden, members of the KVG squad maybe called upon to render their services in event of a forest fire. Proper training in many fields enables the boys to aid their community, county, and state. Members. ROW ONE: N. Sowers, C. Allen, F. Harris, B. Freeman, L. Belcher, L. Dalton, B. Gallimore, F. Bishop, E. Harris. ROW TWO: L. Jewell, S. Cockram, G. Puckett, A. Weeks, S. Burton, N. Hylton, F. Alderman, D. Hylton, M. Nester. ROW THREE: W. Duncan, D. Gardner, G. Hylton, J. Radford, C. Reed, R. Harris, J. Turman, L. Marshall, J. Quesenberry. ROW FOUR: W. Sumpter, P. Lovell, L. Spangler, B. Neighbors, G. Goad. 158 VIRGINIA’S FORESTS CONSTITUTES THE GOAL OF THE KVG Working with the tools of their trade, members of the KVG KVG boys receive last minute instructions before leaving create a vicarious situation in order to put written knowl- to bring a forest fire under control, edge into action. KVG Members. ROW ONE: T. Vest, J. Thomas, R. Beaver, D. Quesenberry, D. Phillips, L. Cox, L. Keith, R. Sowers, L. Bowers. ROW TWO: K. Beckner. G. Manning, M. Whitlock, S. Mallory, G. Price, R. Taylor, H. Reed, D. Higgs, W. Turpin, M. Pugh. ROW THREE: B. Hylton, W. She lor, L. King, P. Whitlock, D. Quesenberry, G. Puckett, J. Cannaday, D. Agee, R. Hatcher, J. Greenway. ROW FOUR: D. Belcher, E. West, F. Cannaday, G. Trail, A. Showalter, L. Moran, R. Reece, D. Harmon, M. Davis, R. Harmon, M. Belcher, L. Pratt. 159 VARIOUS CREWS MAKE I | 4 « K Those men concerned with the school ' s transportation system and the maintenance services compose another department at FCHS. Adult and student bus drivers are responsible for seeing that students have a means of trans- portation to and from school while the maintenance crew, besides caring for the buses, makes additions and repairs around the school. Two student divisions of this area, the safety patrol and the parking crew, promote safe driving as they keep order on the buses and direct cars at the school ' s night events. The school ' s maintenance men, Fred Via and Noah Reed, perform various jobs in order to keep the building and surrounding area in top shape. J.E. Slusher, Denton Whitlock, Noah Reed, and George Pratt engage in a discussion in which they pinpoint the chores of a regular school day. Student Bus Drivers. ROW ONE: T. Vest, J. Purdue, J. Wimmer, T. Rumberg,J. Boyd,M. Smith, J. Radford, ROW TWO: D. Quesenberry, T. Trail, K. Whitlock, R. Quesenberry, F. Alderman, E. West, J. Vest, E. Eanes, R. Quesenberry. ROW THREE: G. Bishop, B. Freeman, L. Dalton. POSSIBLE THE SCHOOL’S TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM Safety Patrol. Front: Mr. Jones, Sponsor. ROW ONE: Mr. Sut- phin, Sheriff; F. Bolt, J. Hub- bard, S. Epperly, R. Cook, D. Poff, C. Myers, Mr. Hollands- worth, Principal. ROW TWO: R. Dulaney, B. Harter, L. Brewster, S. Sink, P. Showalter, J. Conner, J. Turpin. ROW THREE: P. Link, G. Dillon, S. Wade, S. Cockram, N. Hat- cher, C. Janney, R. Hopper. ROW FOUR: A. Quesenberry, J. Harmon. ROW FIVE: L. Pratt, W. McDaniel, L. Goad, H. Reed, E. Manning, M. Smith, P. Whitlock. ROW SIX: P. Lovell, S. Russ, P. Stuart, T. Williams, R. Reece, J. Conner, D. Phillips. ROW SEVEN: F. Bishop, J. Wimmer, M. Davis. 9 jWHi w - - i i " L ) . f I ' J W 1 The Parking Patrol, W. Grant, F. Taylor, Mr. Campbell, Sponsor; Mr. Harmon Williams rights a wrong in a bus P. Lovell, D. Turner, supervises the parking of cars at the school ' s engine to prepare it for its daily evening run. extra-curricular events. Adult Bus Drivers: Mr. Edward Slusher, Mr. Glenn Reed, Mr. George Pratt, Mr. Harry Hungate, Mr. Sherman Thompson, Mr. Henry Whitlow, Mr. Harmon Williams, Mrs. Ada Lee Williams. COOKS AND CUSTODIANS SURMOUNT UNENDING WORK With the implements of their trade, the custo- dians, Mr. Jimmy Thomas, Mr. Tommy Royal, and Mrs. Mable Via, begin their after-school clean-up duties. As soon as the last student leaves the premises, the cus- todians begin their busy after -school schedule, which includes emptying trash cans and sweeping and dusting rooms. Arriving early each morning to begin and complete their myriad tasks are the lunchroom workers and the custodians. From the sweeping of floors to the prepara- tion of well-balanced meals, these indispensable mem- bers of the school system work at many recurring jobs in order to keep the appearance of the school one that the students, faculty, and patrons can be proud of. Their jobs require round-the-clock work because of the nu- merous extra - curricular activities at FCHS, but they meet each new task with resolution and a friendly smile. From early morning hours until the first lunch group forms a line, the cafeteria workers plan and prepare well-balanced meals for many hearty appetites. The cooks, Mrs. Glenna Weddle, Mrs. Louise Hyl- ton, Mrs. Catherine Weeks, Mrs. Margaret Howery, Mrs. Virginia Spence, Mrs. Bula Keith, succeed in their task of feeding eight students every minute dur- ing the lunch period. Observing the various facets of commerce, one views a bustling panorama in which busy merchants head the action of a lively world. Realizing that the clamorous teens who crowd the local stores are a focal part of this continuous cyclorama, many of these merchants have contributed a token of their interest in today ' s youth. The Bison Staff would like to express its appreciation to its advertisers. Without their help this book, memoirs of a truly unique year, would not have been possible. 163 4iJ ' U ' 1 0 «X OjC OV (V O JU aaJ « ' ' H ' ' UA,-ulP du iU IwJ 7Ylj OAjfisjLJ t3 PIGGLY WIGGLY SELF-SERVICE -; , Jc O- ufyAxJ (yl_ ,Q£Z-x Ct -ttC 164 Floyd Compliments of CLOWER ' S STORE Floyd Virginia J, J P N L J A ) y. y jKesta ra nt - y of 1 tel c) V L rgini uAj , ' V V- tw J F L J ' Bane Coal Oil Company Y if 745 4845 ia J (7 Call 382-2412 BEN FRANKLIN Nationally Known Locally Owned Highest Quality Cool Esso Heating and Diesel Fuel Prompt and Dependable Service CLh..(Q Jufit fyOuu UuJlU; - L, yyn j rrsjuidc yL fo jLyztc y Hicks Ford Sales, Inc. Virginia Ford, Falcon, Fairlane, Mustang T. Bird - All Size Trucks Sales Serv ice Hillsville Virginia Phone 728-9181 MICK- OR -MACK Fresh meats, Fancy groceries and frozen foods uorcC Hillsville, Virginia We give S H Green Stamps 165 IMPERIAL READING CORPORATION - Aa) f f FLOYD BEAUTY SHOP A i ' OWNER-Mrs. Willie Moses A It, rJ xjp OPERATOR-Helen R. Weddle Christiansburg Open every day except Wed . Virginia Tf J Floyd-; Virginia S Shop and Save At g) ' y FLOYD FOOD MARKET Large Selection of Meat Groceries -Produce Cut and Ground Meat Satisfaction Guaranteed W. L. Slaughter, Proprietor 745-2630 A Three-Minute Drive West From Floyd on Hwy. 221 jSf I $ t • ■ F I oyd BOYD ' S Complete Line of Sweaters Skirts Pants and Shirts Groceries Virginia { vr J 4 I vf if x rw a p 3 STONE ' S RESTAURANT - V One n east of Christiansburg A A ' V f Y ’ A A A I St i Atfe Parties-Banquets V A vi O ' p one 382-9873 v if WESTERN AUTO Davis Tires Wizzard Batteries True -Tone Radios TV Floyd, Virginia MYERS CASH MARKET Groceries, Produce Home Killed Meats Phone 382-2321 lorth Franklin Christiansburg LEGGETT ' S of CHRI STIANSBURG " Christiansburg Shopping Center " Christiansburg, Virginia 166 ANGLE FLORIST Christiansburg, Virginia " When It ' s Flowers- Say It With Ours. " Evergreen 2-241 1 TOWN COUNTRY DRIVE-IN Short Orders Hotdogs - Barbecue Floyd Virginia FARMER ' S SUPPLY CORPORATION OF FLOYD Hardware, Furniture Paints and Oi Is Telephone 745-5665 Dial EV. 381-4351 DUNCAN ' S TEXACO SERVICE 307 West Main Street Christiansburg, Va. y RAMSEY AUTO GLASS Complete Line of Mirrors for Homes - Plate Glass Sold and Installed - Seat Covers for Cars Trucks - Store Fronts Table Tops . j -V- M Christiansburg , Virginia ■ ' -A Ok Wf W .J LV “ STANLEY R. CUPP General Contracting - Asphalt Paving - Residential Roads Driveways - Parking Areas Christiansburg Virginia Phone 382-2246 CORNER BEAUTY SHOP Ethel Wendle, Owner Open Thursday Friday night by appointment Dial 382-3261 Christiansburg, Va . 167 THOMPSON-HAGAN DRUG CO. Your Rexall Store in Christiansburg, Virginia Free Parking in Rear of Store " Russell Stover Candies " WILLIS SHELL STATION Good-Year Tires General Repair Mechanical Work Phone 789-4533 SMITH GENERAL MDSE. COPPER HILL VIRGINIA HARMON ' S STORE Groceries -Hardware Country Ham Groceries, Gas Oil, Feed Willis Virginia FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CHRISTIANBURG 3 A Good Place To Do Your Banking o Banking Hours: ' r- C J Mon . thru Fri . - 8:30-2:00 " - Fri. Evening-4:00-7:00 Z) Closed Saturdays ' 1 Christiansburg Virginia I 168 Thomas Motor Corp Greasy Creek Grocery Ford Car and Truck Sales and Service Also, Ford Tractor Sales and Service Day and Night Wrecker Service Floyd, Virginia 745-5300 Gulf Gas and Oi I -Groceries -Feed Roger D. Harris Road 737 Rt. 11 Owner Willis, Va . MABERRY FUNERAL HOME, INC. A Service That is Distinctive But Not Expensive Experienced Personnel 24 Hour Ambulance Service 169 VAUGHAN-GUYNN-McGRADY CHAPEL, INC. Directors of Funeral Services Ambulance Phone 728-3711 Hillsville, Virginia NUCKOLLS DRUG CO. " Carroll County ' s Oldest Continuous Business " Est. 1896 Reg. No. 7854 Phone PA 8-4243 E . J . Hicks, Owner Hillsville, Virginia WILLIE ' S DRIVE-IN HILLSVILLE VIRGINIA SCOTT ' S STORE Gables Shopping Center South Main St . Blacksburg, Va . 24060 E. W. HARRIS General Merchandise Phone 789-4371 Willis, Virginia SHELTON WALTERS Mens Boys Shop Telephone EV 2-3122 Home of Curlee Clothes Christiansburg Virginia McGRADY MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Day 728-91 1 Night 728-9339 Hillsville, Virginia Day-Night Wrecker Service PINE TAVERN RESTAURANT Home Cooked Meals and Southern Hospitality Floyd Virginia LESTER ' S FOTO SHOP Floyd Pharmacy, Inc. Floyd, Virginia Phone 382-4981 " Anything Photographic " 195 W. Main Christiansburg, Virginia 382-3312 WILL ' S RIDGE SUPPLY Gro. - Hardware - Feed - Seed Fertilizer - All Kinds of Building Materials Will Build Your Home Star Route 8 Floyd, Va Phone 745-2306 HARRIS FURNITURE APPLIANCE Complete Home Furnishings All Top Quality Brand Furniture G . E . Appl iances 745-5621 Floyd, Virginia WEST END GULF STATION Ti re Recappi ng Gulf Solar Heating Fuels (24-Hour Service) Day Night 745-5981 745-2353 Floyd, Virginia Compliments of SIDNEY PALMER ' S Men ' s Clothing and Ladies Sportswear Main Street Christiansburg, Virginia S. G. WIMMER SONS John Deere Sales Service Phone EV 2-3521 Christiansburg, Virginia KANODE MOTOR CO. jy) LflOyL- ■ v , A -) i f , .fit A (V jlJ ’ Plymouth Sales Service Valiant ' J A V K Blacksburg, Va J 0, ■ ■ 552-4251 y ; CITIZEN ' S TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE Floyd Virginia K { l Compliments of C. J. OIL COMPANY Distributor of Texaco Products Christiansburg, Virginia The Finest in Steaks Seafood At The PALACE RESTAURANT Main Street— Christiansburg, Va WRIGHT ' S DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency 23 E . Main Street Christiansburg, Va. Reg. No. 8100 Phone 382-8444 172 ROSES STORE INC. SIMPSON ' S OF CHECK MAIN STREET CHRISTIANSBURG SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 382-3231 E. D. SPR0WL CO. Ohio Feeds - Field Garden Seeds Fertilizers Insecticides Phone 382-4040 P. O. Box 104 625 Roanoke Street Christiansburg, Virginia B . P . Simpson Owner Operator Check Virginia MRS. C. M. CONNER, JR. Feeds and Merchandise Bent Mountain Virginia Ridinger Tire Recapping Service Auto Accessories - Tires Wheel Goods Christiansburg, Virginia Phone 382-3760 RAYE JANNEY General Merchandise Groceries, Feed, Seed Gasoline Oil and Tires Copper Hill Virginia POWELL ' S GROCERY Bent Mountain Virginia Q things go better,! with Coke ■ Roanoke Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc. fif HODGE ' S STORE Willis Virginia RA FORK GENERAL STORE " We ' ve Got It Or We ' ll Get It " Groceries - Gas - Feeds Willis, Virginia BANK OF CHRISTIANBURG Member Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corp. Federal Reserve System Complete Banking Service " On the Square Since 1888 " 174 -cx oi -to JO Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. t JJlW . ' lift vlM no of Roanoke 451 McClanahan Avenue, S. W. Roanoke - Virginia Rutrough Sundries Sundries, Cosmetics and Men ' s Toiletries Old Dominion Candies, Stationary and Sheaffer Pens Floyd Automotive Supply Wholesale Distributors Phone 745-2515 Floyd, Virginia 175 HARRIS C LEANERS SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY I For Cleaning Elegance Phone 745-5521 Floyd, Virginia Furniture For Every Need Hotpoint Appliances Phone 745-2424 Floyd, Virginia 176 Compliments of Christianburg Garment Company Christiansburg, Virginia Reed Lumber Co. Christiansburg Virginia Phone 382-4981 , jffi, A - ) P w •Jy if y m MONTGOMERY MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY NatS. Shifflette, Owner-Manager All Types Insurance Coverage Dividend Savings Christiansburg, Va. Dial 382-4071 HALL BROTHER ' S FURNITURE " Everything For the Home " 382-3381 - Phone fj rj V V v , ty V C J f nfy v w Floyd Motor Company, Inc. 745-4640 Chevrolet Sales - Services - Wrecker Service Parts Accessories 1 CHEVROLET 4 Christiansburg, Virginia Crescent Ice Cream Co., Inc. P. O. Box 146 Christiansburg, Virginia Phone 382-371 1 John W . Sumner President Manager | | _ 1jj.mi1 27 7 BANK OF FLOYD r FAMILY SHOE STORE " Shoes for All The Family " Hillsville Virginia Compliments of MITCHELL SALES CO. ROBERTSON ' S JEWELRY WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AUTHORIZED DEALER for GIBSON MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 745-5335 Floyd, Va. The Bank of Floyd Floyd, Virginia Compliments of CONNER BROTHERS SAW SERVICE McCulloch Chain Saw Dealer Stuart, Virginia 178 BEL-CURT MOTORS, INC. Clean Used Cars and Trucks Ph . Evergreen 2-2178 600 Roanoke Street Christlansburg, Va . Turman - Yeatts Motor Co., Inc. Chrysler Dodge Plymouth FLOYD ELECTRIC COMPANY Dealers In Frigidaire Appliances - Furniture Electric Heat Floyd Virginia P . L . Shelor, Dealer Phone 745-4371 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS of ' 67 from WOOD FUNERAL HOME Floyd Virginia 179 ICE CREAM COBLE DAIRY PRODUCTS Creating With Milk MILK M. Filmore Faw Branch Manager OFFICES: Phone 632-5163 Martinsvil le, Va . Archie’s Garage Phone 728-4188 Dugspur, Virginia Dulaney’s Store General Merchandise Phone 763-2300 Alum Ridge Virginia 180 Congratulations FLOYD GARMENT COMPANY Skyline Sportswear Manufacturers of Quality Blouses and Sportswear Floyd, Virginia 181 Isaiah W. Quesenberry Firestone Tires Delco Batteries General Automobile Repairs Lubrication - Washing - Waxing Phone 789-4718 Indian Val ley Virginia WALLACE ' S SMARTWEAR Where smart women shop David Siglin Radford, Va . Proprietor GRAND PIANO FURN. CO. 1 07 Thi rd Avenue Radford, Virginia " Virginia ' s Largest Home Furnishers " THE FLOYD PRESS Established in 1891 Servi ng Floyd County for 75 years Published in the heart of the Beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains Floyd Virginia Phone 745-5440 Cambria Bank Main office Bel mont Branch to serve you Christiansburg Virginia RADFORD BROTHERS SUPERMARKET Blacksburg Virginia 182 TRI CITY PRINTING 302 West Main Street Christiansburg, Virginia Phone 382-2957 The Montgomery News Messenger " The County ' s Newspaper since 1865 " Christiansburg Virginia Phone 382-2957 JOSEPH ' S HAIRSTYLISTS Open daily Monday thru Saturday Floyd, Virginia I PW i i in vy AAao, A yO siftm w Mu ' J tfdA- MM- ' sfW .} Boosters WOOD ' S COLD STORAGE SUPPLY SHIRT FACTORY OUTLET STORE SIMMON ' S SERVICE STATION BOB ' S RADIO AND T. V. SERVICE COLLIER ' S STORE COCHRAM AND OGLE CUMMINGS SERVICE STATION VILLAGE FABRIC CENTER DR. W. NELSON WORRELL BILL COPELAND HILLSVILLE HARDWARE SAMUELH. NIXON INS. AGENCY MR. AND MRS. KENNETH SPENCE HAROLD ' S STATION AND GARAGE CHRISTIANSBURG FUEL AND SUPPLY EPPERLY ' S SHOP CROMERS W. E. ATKINSON RALPH ROBINSON MILLER DRUG CO. DAWSON -WILEY DAN ' S GENERAL STORE 183 BEULAH ' S CAFE BOB ANGLIN HUDSON ' S DRUG STORE LEE MIDKIFF HENRY W. STEWART O. D. JACKSON HARDWARE STUART MOTOR CO. NADEAN ' S FABRIC SHOP ARKO ANGLIN, INS. L N CLEANERS D. B. JURISSON, D.D.S. PHYLLIS F. BLEVIN Enthusiastic Cheerleaders bolster school spirit with their yells. Players, Doug Reed, Wilton Radford, discuss the game. J. V. players scramble for the ball in an attempt to make a basket. Varsity Club initiation poses eating problems. 184 ADVERTISERS Angle Florist 167 Archie ' s Garage 180 Bane Coal Oil 165 Bank of Christiansburg 174 Bel-Curt Motors, Inc. 179 Ben Franklin 165 Boyd ' s Store 166 Cambria Bank 182 C J Oil Company 172 Christiansburg Garment Co. 177 Citizens Telephone Cooperative 172 Clower Feed Seed 165 Coble Dairy Products 180 Conner Brothers Saw Service 178 Conner ' s Store 175 Comer Beauty Shop 167 Crescent Ice Cream 178 Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. 175 Dulaney ' s Store 180 Duncan ' s Texaco Service 167 E. W. Harris 170 E. D. Sprowel Company 173 Family Shoe Store 178 Farmer ' s Supply 167 First National Bank of Christiansburg 168 Floyd Automotive Supply 1 75 Floyd Beauty Shop 166 Floyd Electric Company 180 Floyd Food Market 166 Floyd Garment Company 181 Floyd Motor Company, Inc. 177 Floyd Press 182 Floyd Pharmacy Inc. 171 Grand Piano 182 Greasy Creek Grocery 169 Hall Brothers Furniture 177 Harmon ' s Store 168 Harris Cleaners 176 Harris Furniture Appliance 171 Hicks Ford Sales 165 High ' s Furniture Appliance 176 Hodge ' s Store 174 Imperial Reading 166 Isiah W. Quesenberry 182 Joseph ' s Hairstylists 183 Kanode Motor Company 172 Leggetts 166 Lester ' s Foto Shop 171 Maberry Funeral Home 169 McGrady Motor Company 170 Mick-or-Mack 165 Mira Fork Grocery 174 Mitchell ' s Sales 178 Montgomery Mutual Insurance Agency 177 Mrs. C. M. Conner, Jr. 173 Myers Cash Market 166 Nuckolls Drug Co. 170 Palace Restaurant 172 Piggly Wiggly Self-Service 164 Pine Tavern 170 Powells Grocery 173 Radford Brothers Supermarket 182 Ramsey ' s Auto Glass 167 Raye Janney 173 Reed Lumber Company 177 Ridinger Tire Recapping 173 Roanoke Coca-Cola Bottling Works 174 Roberson ' s Jewelry 178 Roses 5 10 173 Rutrough Sundries 175 Scott ' s 5 10 170 S. G. Wimmer Son 172 Shelton Walters 170 Sidney Palmers 172 Simpson ' s of Check 173 Stanley R. Cupp 167 Stones Restaurant 166 The Bank of Floyd 178 The Floyd Press 182 The Montgomery News Messenger 183 Thomas Motor Corporation 169 Thompson Hagan Drug Company 168 Towne Country Drive-In 167 7? ' fa - J[ _ ) J j (l ' ' f jf . n nXiAm an Yeatts Motor Co. , Inc. Jj (J ' f, j U foll-Em a ' V4ughn-Guynn-McGrady Chapel fl lil yCOV Wall; ■Wjf 2A. Smartwear -ulf Station estem Willie ' s derive In jj Willis Shell Station jUdilVs Ridge Supply 1 c Wright ' s Drug Store [J-S W. S. Smith Grocery . . « Woods Funeral Home j BOOSTERS ' Arko Anglin Ires. Beulah ' s Cafe Bill Copeland Bob Anglin Bob ' s Radio T.V. Christiansburg Fuel Supply Cochram Ogle Collier ' s Store Cromers Cummings Service Station f j Dan ' s General Store i v Dawson -Wiley I.B. Juresson D. D. S. Dr. W. Nelson Worrell " A Epperly ' s Shop Harold ' s Station Garage Henry W. Stewart O. D. Hillsville Hardware Hudson ' s Drug Jackson Hardware L N Dry Cleaners L Mjdkiff er Drug Co. Mr. Mrs. Kenneth Spence Nadean ' s Fabric Shop Phyllis F. Blevin Ralph Robertson Samuel H. Nixon Ins. Agency Shirt Factory Outlet Store Simmon ' s Service Station Stuart Motor Co. Village Fabric Shop W. E. Atkinson Wood ' s Cold Storage Supply C SCHOOL BOARD West, Mrs. Ruby Monday, Mr. Alonzo, Jr. Casteel, Mrs. Dorothy Weeks, Mrs. Virgie Alderman, Mr. Benton Simpson, Mr. B.P. Cole, Mr. M.L. Phillips, Mr. Gerald Slusher, Mr. R.O. Thompson, Mrs. Mildred A. Nixon, Mr. R.L. Dalton, Mrs. Sally Houston, Mr. John ADMINISTRATION Hollandsworth, Mr. R.L. Harman, Mr. David O ' Conner, Mrs. Lorice Poff, Mrs. Iris Albert, Mrs. Nola Dobyns, Catherine CUSTODIANS Thomas, Mr. Jimmy Royal, Mr. Tommy Via, Mrs. Mabel COOKS Weddle, Mrs. Glenna Hylton, Mrs. Louise Weeks, Mrs. Catherine Howery, Mrs. Margaret 183; 179 165 170 182 168 166 170 168 171 172 168 179 184 184 183 184 183 183 183 183 183 183 184 184 183 183 183 183 184 183 184 184 184 189 189 183 189 187 187 183 183 183 184 183 184 183 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 156 12, 118 13, 14, 124, 161 13 13 13 16,44, 156, 152 16, 125 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 185 Spence, Mrs. Virginia Keith, Mrs. Beulah 162 162 ADULT BUS DRIVERS MAINTENANCE Hung ate, Harry Pratt, George, Jr. Reed, Glen Reed, Noah Slusher, Edward Thompson, Sherman Via, Fred Whitlock, Denton Whitlow, Henry Williams, Mrs. Ada Lee Williams, Harmon 160 160 161 161 161 cct ' C ' , ' Ld , o , ic xalJ TEACHERS Agnew, Kathleen Altizer, Mrs. Virginia Atkinson, Sharon Brookman, M.E. Campbell, Walker Cockram, Mrs. Lillian Craddock, Judy Dickerson, Beatrice Dillon, Mrs. Denette Eakin, Warren Enoch, Ellis Flick, Donald Gardner, Mrs. Nora Hallman, Mrs. Ruth Harman, John Heafner, Mrs. Jessie Hewett, Mrs. Roberta Hollandsworth, Mrs. Rowena Houchins, Mrs. Thelma Jarratt, Mrs. Mary Jennings, H. P. Jones, Jerry Kaufman, Jack Keith, Lonnie Laing, Mrs. Ann Marshall, Rudolph Meador, Mrs. Elizabeth Mock, Mrs. Ruth Peterson, Mrs. Margaret Rorrer, Calvin Rorrer, Mrs. Freeda Rutrough, Mrs. Imogene Slusher, Nancy Slusher, N.L. Slusher, Ruth Ann Smith, Del Thomas, Max Turman, Mrs. Alta Wimmer, Mrs. Margaret w oUs-t 20, 74, IS, 149 20,63,117 32 A- t J cL lX 25, 14, 81, ISO " X Jl { j 22,23,74,161 by ' " Z (t - -= -J t sC y. T-iS-G. 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Henry Eldridge Alderman, Judy Elaine Alderman, Patty Sue Alderman, Wanda Sue Aldridge, Earl Wayne Aldridge, James Lowell Aldridge, Linda Susan Allen, Charlie Lee Allen, Dorothy Amanda Alley, Brenda Gail Altizer, Rose Maxine Altizer, Thomas Jacob Angle, Melvin Glenn Angle, Stephen Lewis Austin, Faye Elaine Austin, Randall Nugent 8 75 Austin, Sue Ellen 9 69, 149, 152 -B- Baker, Phillip Monore 9 69 Bain, Calvin Louis 12 34, 35 Ballinger, Frances Ann 8 75 Ballinger, Phyllisjean 12 34, 35, 142 Bannick, Carl Frederick 11 52, 148 Beale, Howard Clyde 9 86,97 Beale, Winfred Michele 9 86, 140 Beaver, Kenneth Elwood 9 86, 157 Beaver, Ricky Dale 11 52, 157, 159 Beckner, Kenneth Houston 9 69, 157, 159 Beckner, Shirley Susanne 9 69, 152 Beckner, Wanda Carolyn 9 69 Belcher, Betty Lynn 11 52, 137, 153, 152 Belcher, Douglas Lane 12 34, 35, 149, 154, 158, 159 Belcher, Glinda Paulette 9 69 Belcher, Judy Marlene 8 75, 130 Belcher, Larry Dean 12 34, 35 Belcher, Lester Dale 9 69, 157 Belcher, Linda Reed 12 34, 35 Belcher, Michael Wayne 9 69, 157, 159 Belcher, Robert Dale 10 63 Belcher, Roger Wayne 12 36, 37 Belcher, Ronald David 8 75 Belcher, Rondel Lee 8 75 Bishop, Carlis Gene 11 53, 148, 142, 160 Bishop, Charles Fred 10 64, 154, 158, 161 Bishop, Danny Preston 8 75 Blackwell, Carolyn Gayle : 9 69, 141, 117, 152 Blackwell, Wanda Dean 12 36, 37, 148, 121, 145, 144 Bolt, Alma Faye 12 36, 37, 161 Bolt, Debra Kay 8 75, 152 Bolt, Gloria Jean 8 75 Bolt, Jewell Marie 8 69 Bolt, Lois Gail 9 69, 152 Bond. Carol Gay 12 36, 37, 139, 156 Bond, Charles Leonard 8 74, 87, 119, 149,98 Bond, Foster Alan 10 64, 81, 150 Bond, Harold Ray 10 64 Bond, Roger Dale 9 69, 140, 145,97 Boothe, Gary Wayne 8 75, 157 Boothe, Josiah Thomas 9 69, 151 Boothe, Mary Linda 9 69, Boothe, Sylvia Jean 9 69, 148 Bower, Calvin Lewis 8 75 Bower, Lonnie Ray 9 70, 151 Bower, Luther Wayne 9 70, 159 Boyd, Brenda Lois 9 70, 148 Boyd, Carol Jean 8 75 Boyd, Clifford Earl 8 75 Boyd, Danny Washington 9 70, 86, 97 Boyd, Hazel Renay 9 70 Boyd, Jackie Lynn 10 64, 137, 139 Boyd, John Wilson, Jr. 12 36, 37, 140, 160 Boyd, Joyce Ann 11 53 Boyd, Martha Mae 11 53, 137, 156, 142 Brewster, Linda Carroll 12 36, 37, 127, 129, 156, 148, 161 Britt, David Andrew 10 64, 149 Brown, Mary Ellen 11 53 Burke, Clarence Junior 10 63, 64 Burnette, Elsie Ruth 10 64, 134, 148 Burton, Samuel Mark 11 53, 148, ISO, 154, 158 -C- Canaday, James Dewey 12 36, 37, 127, 157, 159 Cannaday, Frank Allen 10 64, 154, 159 Cannaday, Lloyd Russell 10 64, 140 Carroll, Teresa Marie 8 75 Chapman, Roy 8 75, 125, 157 Claytor, Brenda Louise 9 70, 152 Claytor, Earl Eugene Claytor, Frances 8 75 Katherine Yvonne 12 36, 37, 126 Claytor, Ophus Allen 8 75 Cockram, Beverly Carol 9 70, 130 CocKram, Brenda Gail 11 53, 127 Cockram, Elaine Lucinda 11 53, 117, 152 186 Cockram, Gary Alton Cockram, Marie Loretta Cockram, Sammy Kaye Cockram, Steven Arthur Collins, Brenda Mae Compton, Danny Wayne Compton, Shirley Olene Conner, Andy Roland Conner, Betty Jane Conner, Brenda Ann Conner, Calvin Ray Conner, Deborah Kaye Conner, Katherine Linnia Conner. 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Farmer, Dallas Eugene 12 38, 39 Farmer, Eunice Elaine 8 75 Ferris. Bently Gerald 8 75 Flannery, Jonn Theron,Jr. 12 38 Flora, Dan David 10 64, 139 Freeman, Shirley Ann 12 38, 142 freeman, William Kyle 11 55, 148, 150, 154, 160 147 -G- Gallimore, Benny Leon 11 55, 154, 158 Gallimore, Cathy Marie 10 64, 134, 149 Gallimore, Margie Ellen 12 38, 88, 139, 125, 156 149, 121, 116 Gallimore, MichaelLane 9 70 Gardner, Donald Rush 12 38, 121, 154, 158 Gearheart, Joann 9 70, 152 Gearheart, Kathryn Sue 9 70, 130, 149 George, Carolyn Sue 10 64, 149 Gibson, Sandra Mae 9 70, 149, 145 Gillenwalters, Mayola Joan 8 75 Goad, Anna Mae 11 55, 136 Goad, Carolyn Jewell 8 75 Goad, David Ray 8 76, 157 Goad, Glen Edward 11 55, 156, 154, 158, 151 Goad, Gloria Gail 10 64, 152 Goad, Larry Evan 9 70, 161 Goad, Linda Diane 10 64 Goad, Roger Leon 12 38, 139 Goad, W. L. 12 38, 142, 119 Goad, Wanda Kay 8 76, 130 Gobble, Harry Randall 10 64, 132, 149, 145 Goode, Shirley Ann 12 38, 127, 149, 153, 152 Gordon, Ruby Jane 8 76 Graham, Allen Leon 9 70, 86 Graham, Beatrice Darlene ! 9 70, Grant, Wesley Rayford 9 70, 161 Greenway, Johnny Morris 8 76, 159 Griffith, Anita Dianne 9 70, 130, 148, 145 Griffith, Donna Sharon 11 55, 127, 128, 129 Griffith, Elizabeth Ellen 11 55 -H- Hale, Gary Lynwood 8 76, 87, 149 Hale, Louise Annette 11 55 Hale, Sandra Kay 9 70, 130, 148 Hale, Virginia Lee 10 64, 134, 149 Hale, Wayne Edward 9 76 Hall, James Lee 11 55, 81, 129, 148, 150 Hallman, Sharon Jane 9 70, 148, 145, 153, 152 Hancock, Hilda Maxine 11 55, 148, 152 Hancock, Joyce Elaine 9 76, 130 Hancock, Marvin Dale 11 55 Harman, Dennis Wayne 9 70, 81, 154, 90 Harman, Gordon Dale 12 38, 142, 159 Harman, James Turner 11 55 Harman, Joseph Martin 8 76 Harman, Larry Mark 8 76, 87, 140, 98 Harman, Linda Iris 12 38, 156 Harman, Maurice Leon 9 70 Harmon, Senorah Bea 10 64. 134, 141 187 Harmon, Dale Martin Harmon, James Simpson Harmon, Judy Carolyn Harmon, Roger Lee Harris, Barbara Jean Harris, Brenda Faye Harris, Carl Edward Harris, Elmon Fredward Harris, James Roger Harris, Linda Sue Harris, Melvin Edward Harris, Paula Jean Harris, Robert Murken Harris, Sandra Sue Harris, Posey Kirby Harter, Betty Joyce Hatcher, Donnie Ross Hatcher, Larry ' Nelson Hatcher, Neal Bruce Hatcher, Robert Eugene Hawley, Melba Jean Hayden, Deborah LaVeme Hayden, Marsha Ann Helm, Brenda Mae Helm, Loretta Hicks, Albert Leroy Hicks, Linda Underwood Hicks, Dretta Virginia Higgs, Dale Russell Higgs, Diane Pearl Higgs, Donna Gail Higgs, Magdalene Jane High, Debra Leigh Hill, Clinton Lee Hill, Grady Lawrence Hill, Henry ' Allen Hill, Kathy Jean Hill, Kermit Lee Hogan, Earl Wayne Holden, Brenda Ann Holden, Nathan Elwood Hollandsworth, Jerry ' L. 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M-l Huff, Kenny Ray 8 76 Huff, Louise Dianne 11 56, 139, 141, 149 Huff, Mary Sue 8 76, 130 Huff, Maybelle Ann 10 65 Huff, Phyllis Ann 12 41, 139, 156 Huff, Wanda Jean 8 71, 152 Hylton, Annie Geraldine 8 76 Hylton, Audrey LamyTa 8 76 Hylton, Brenda Gail 9 71, 130 Hylton, Buel Dwight 11 56, 154, 158, 15 Hylton, CarolyTi Sue 9 71, 130, 148, 145 Hylton, David Jackson 12 41, 127, 142, 121 Hylton, Donald Ray 8 76, 157 Hylton, Geneva Ilene 11 56 Hylton, Harry Davis 8 76, 157 Hylton, Jerry’ Lewis 9 71, 157 Hy’lton, Johnny Joyce 8 76 Hylton, Joyce Ellen 12 41, 126, 127, 134 Hylton, Norman Dale 10 65, 154, 158 Hylton, Rebecca Ann 8 76, 130 Hylton, Reeta Gail 8 76, 130 Hylton, Roseanne Gail 9 71, 152 Hylton, Vicki Lyom 10 65, 137, 139 Ingram, Cynthia Marie 9 71 -J- Janney’, Alfadean Lucille 10 65 Janney, Curtis Edward 10 65, 161 Janney, Larry Alan 9 71, 119 Jewell, Larry Ray 11 56, 156, 154, 158 Jewell, Douglas Wayne 8 76 Johnson, Albert Clyde 8 76 Jones, Bernice Lee 12 42,43, 139 Jones, Frances Anne 12 43, 156, 152 Jones, Peggy Pauline 9 71 Jones, Wanda Louise 11 56, 139, 156 -K- Keith, Brenda Carol 10 65, 149, 152 Keith, Howard Dennis 8 76 Keith, Jerry’ Glenn 8 76 Keith, Larry’ Dean 9 71, 157, 159 Keith, McCoy ' Reginald, Jr. 8 76 Kemp, Patricia Mae 10 65, 139, 152 Kenly, Ruth Ann 12 42, 43, 145, 152 Kesler, Larry Michael 10 65, 140 Kesler, Rodney Lymn 9 71 Kidd, Kelly’ Albert 12 36,37,42,43,81, 121, 150, 116 King, CarolyTi Frances 12 42,43, 136, 139, 1 121, 116 King, David Earl 10 65,81, 148,96 King, Larry ' Dale 10 65, 154, 159 King, Nancy Jane 11 56,88, 139, 149, 1 King, Sarah Genevieve 10 63, 134, 149 King, William Douglas 8 76 -L- Lampey, James Robert 9 71 Lampey, Roger Dale 11 56, 156 Lane, Carolyn Sue 9 71 Lane, Mary ' Malinda 11 56, 127, 140, 141 Lawrence, Deborah Ann 8 76, 130 Lawrence, Kerry ' Clay 9 71, 130, 148 Lawson, Donna Marie 8 76, 130, 148 Lawson, Karen Suzann 11 56, 149 Layman, Euni ce Retta 12 42,43, 127, 136, I 115 Lee, Michael Charles 9 69, 71, 145 Lemons, Robert Hugh 10 65, 156 Link, Paul Stephen 8 76, 161 Linkous, Michael Charles 9 71,81,96, 148, V Lovell, Margaret Frances 12 42, 43, 142 Lovell, Pierce DwayTie 9 69, 71, 154, 158, I -M- 188 Maberry, Linda Gail 10 63 Maberry, Vicki Lynn 12 42,43, 126, 134, 148, Mabery, Shirley Mae 9 117,121 71, 130, 152 Mallory, Samuel Lewis, Jr. 11 56, 154, 159 Manning, Ersel Adam 8 74, 76, 87, 149, 161, 98 Manning, William Garland 9 71, 157, 159 . Manning, Henry Wallace 12 51 j Manning, Jean Carol 10 65, 134, 152 Manning, Rocky Lane 8 76 Manning, William Dennis 8 76 Mannon, Phillip Arthur 8 76, 149, 98 Mannon, Roger Howard 11 56, 127, 128, 129, 90, Marshall, Carlie Lawrence 116,93 9 71 Marshall, Charles Edward 9 71,81,86,90 Marshall, Darrell Andrew 8 77 Marshall, Kenneth Ray 9 71, 86 Marshall, Larry Walton 9 71, 156, 157, 158 Martin, Elrica Kate 11 56,86 Martin, Joyce Marie 11 59 Martin, Judith Ann 8 77 Martin, Manard Melon 10 65 Maxwell, Robert Lewis 9 71 McAlexander, Helen Sue 8 77, 130, 152 McAlexander, Janet 11 59 McDaniel, Lonnie Wayne 10 65, 132, 149, 161 McDaniel, Peggie Marie 12 42,43, 127, 156 McDaniel, Ruthe 8 77, 152 McDaneil, Tony Lewis 9 71, 157 McGrady, Joyce Ann 10 65 McGuire, Linda Fay 9 71 McNeil, Patsy June 12 42,43, 156 McPeak, Gerald David 8 77 McPeak, Randy Jay 9 71 Meador, Alice Faye 9 71 Meador, Carol Ann 10 65, 137, 156 Midkiff, Barbara Jane 10 66, 137, 139 Midkiff, Roger Wayne 8 77 Mills, Walter Maclestus 10 66 Mills, Wanda Carol 11 59 Mitchell, Donald Steven 8 77, 157 Mitchell, Linda Kaye 9 71 Moles, Nancy Dianne 9 71 Moore, Cynthia Ouida 11 59, 129, 134, 140 Moore, Florence Anne 11 59, 126, 129, 134, 135, Moran, James Robert 9 148, 145, 144 71 Moran, Larry Allen 10 66, 154, 159 Moran, Linda Faye 9 71, 148, 152 Moran, Patricia Lee 8 77, 152 Moran, Stanley Wayne 9 71, 148, 145 Morgan, Dorma Lillian 10 66, 139, 148 Muncy, Arba Jean 10 66 Muncy, Ellen Marie 8 77, 141 Myers, Amanda Irene 9 71, 152 Myers, Charlotte Marie 12 42,43, 127, 156, 161, Myers, Jerry Wayne 8 152 77, 87, 149 Myers, Larry Elton 10 66, 142 -N- Naff, Charlotte Jane 12 42,43, 128, 136, 121 77, 152 Phillips, Edwin Dale Phillips, Lana Christine Phillips, Linda Susan Phillips, Marilyn Lois Phillips, Mary Edith Phillips, Mary Elizabeth Phillips, Patsy Gail Phillips, Steven Duane 12 Phipps, Ronnie Scott Page, Alta Lovanne Poff, Cathy Lynn Poff, Darlene Nora Poff, Judity Darlene Poff, Kaye Phlegar 145, 116 8 77, 149, 145 a y 6 Z ' -y r - Poff, Lucy Jane Poff, Mary Darlene Poff, Mildred Irene Poff, Mildred Ruth Poff, Myra Euellane Poff, Phyllis Elaine Poff, Vicky r Mae Porter, Arthur Clingon Naff, William Arthur Neighbors, Barry Johnson 11 62,154,158 Nester, Charlotte Ann 8 77, 149 Nester, Joyce Marie 9 71, 152 Nester, Richard Harrison 12 42,43,128,90,95 Nester, William Manard 12 42,43,157,158 Nichols, Harvey Sherman 12 42,43 Nichols, Timothy Andrew 8 77 Nichols, Thomas Aldine 8 77, 98 Porter , Joseph Iray 9 Pratt, David Ray 11 Pratt, Donnie Leon 9 Pratt, Lowell Garland 9 Pratt, Michael Lee 8 Pratt, Ruby Inez 9 Price, George Wayne 12 Puckett, George Washington ► 12 Pugh, John Maurice 10 Pugh, Michael Lynn 11 Pugh, Robert Leslie 8 42, 43, 126, 134 35, 125, 148, 119, 18, 121 72, 125, 145 59, 149, 160 66, 137, 139 42,43, 127, 134, 125, 145, 116 66, 119 42,43 72, 161 44, 45, 139 59 44,45, 137, 139, 154, 159 77 66, 134, 149 66 59, 139 72, 148 59, 152 59, 127, 128, 129, 125, 156, 124, 116 36,44,45,81,81, 126, 136, 121, 150, 116, 115 52,59, 117,81, ISO 72, 130, 148 72 44,45, 161 59, 152 44,45,88, 127, 128, 148, 141, 149, 121, 147 59 44,45, 136, 156 66, 137, 156 59, 156, 142 72 77, 130, 148, 145 77, 130, 152 59,24, 52, 127, 125, 148, 119, 117, 147 72 59, 148 72, 125 72, 157, 161, 159 77 69, 72, 130, 119, 149 44, 45, 156, 154, 159 44,45, 156, 154, 158 159 66, 132, 134, 125, 90, 93 59, 127, 154, 159 77, 98 -Q- Judy Lynn 9 72, 149, 152 Wanda Louise 12 42,43 Gary Wayne 11 59 Larry James 10 66 Randell Eugene 8 77 Quesenberry, Anthony Ray 9 Quesenberry, Barbara Jane 9 Quesenberry, Barbara Lynn 8 Quesenberry, Betty Jean 12 Quesenberry, Carolyn Kaye 9 Quesenberry, Carolyn Sue 9 Quesenberry, Curtis Alvin 10 Jr f Quesenberry, Dale Ray 9 Quesenberry, Danny Walter 12 Quesenberry, Donnie Lee 8 72, 157, 97, 161 72 77 44, 45 72, 130, 149, 145 72, 130, 152 66 72 45, 138, 139, 154, 159 77 189 Quesenberry, Donnie M. 11 Quesenberry, Gloria Kay 10 Quesenberry, Ireta Anne 10 Quesenberry, Joe Dylie 9 Quesenberry, James Dale 9 Quesenberry, James Harold, Jr. 9 Quesenberry, Joseph 52.59.81, 132, 125, 149, 150. 154, 160, 159 66. 139. 125. 152 66. 152 72.81, 119 C „ , 72,97 Wayne 9 72,158,86 , Quesenberry, Juanita Faye 9 72 Quesenberry, Larry Dean 8 77 Quesenberry, Linda Lou 9 72, 152 Quesenberry, Mary Louise Quesenberry, Maurice 12 45 Dale 10 66, 132, 140, 145 Quesenberry, Richard Lee Quesenberry, Roger 11 59 Calvin 12 45, 142, 160 Quesenberry, Roy Stevens 10 66, 157 Quesenberry, Russell Edon 8 77 Quesenberry, Shelby Jean 12 45, 126, 138, 139, 145, 152 Quesenberry, Steve Allen Quesenberry, Theron 12 45, 80, 81, 83, 84, ISO Russell 9 72 Quesenberry, Timmy Allen 8 77 Quesenberry, Toney Boyd 9 72, 86 Quseinberry, Elaine Louise Quesinberry, Rebecca 8 77, 146, 130, 148 Lynn 11 59, 1 8, 152 -R- Radford, Bonnie Regina 12 45 Radford, Gloria Louise 12 45, 152 Radford, James Robert 10 66, 149, 160, 158 Radford, Jerry Robert 12 45, 142 Radford, Laura Faye 11 59, 156 Radford, Nancy Marie 10 66, 156 Radford, Rosa Mae 9 72 Radford, Wilton Clyde 12 46, 81, 148, 150 Ratliff, Hilda Sue 9 73, 145 Ratliff, Lily Dove 11 60, 152 Reece, Richard Lewis 10 66, 154, 161, 159 Reed, Bennett Wayne 9 73 Reed, Carlos Carter 10 66,81,85, 149, 158 Reed, Carolyn Joann 9 73 Reed, Douglas Wayne 10 66, 81, 132, 134 Reed, Harvie Harrison 10 66, 154, 161, 159 Reed, Linda Fern 12 46, 156 Reed, Patricia Ann 9 73, 152 Reed, Robert Everett 12 46, 81, 132, 121, 150 Reed, Terry Elmer 8 77 Rierson, Audrey Lynn 10 66, 137, 156, 153, 152 Roberson, Sharon Lynn 11 60, 129, 139, 149 Roberson, Wanda Carlene 9 73, 130 Robertson, Joe Allen 10 66, 81, 85, 137, 140 Roop, Cecil Wayne 12 46, 154 Rumburg, Carolyn Sue 11 60, 137 Rumburg, Deborah White Rumburg, Tommy 9 73, 130 Simpson 12 46, 132, 160 Russ, Sperry Jones 9 73, 157, 161 Rutrough, Judy Ann 10 67 -S- Salmons, Marie Howard 8 77, 152 Saunders, Benjamin David 8 77 Saunders, Howard Vincient 10 67 Saunders, Irene 12 46, 127, 156 Saunders, James Wilbert 12 46 Scott, Deborah Ann 9 73, 148 Scott, James Walter 10 67, 139, 116 Scott, Sandra Jean 9 73 Sh ankle, Norma Jo 8 77, 148, 146 Shaver, Nancy Carol 11 60, 152 Shaver, Sharon Lynn 10 67, 134, 148, 141 Shelor, Barbara Jean 10 67, 139, 148 Shelor, George Dudley 8 77, 148 Shelor, Jennifer Leigh 10 67, 140, 141, 149, 145 V A)0 • oft cW too-o Xvjf’ dsJy JkJ-f (X - c Shelor, Martha Ellen 10 67, 140, 141, 149, 145 Shelor, Robert Neal 8 77, 140, 98 Shelor, Roger Meyer 9 73, 140, 145 Shelor, Warren Lynn 11 60, 150, 154, 159 Shortt, Gene Dale 9 73, 145, 97 Shorn, Jack Lee, Jr. 12 46, 132, 145 Shortt, Richard Michael 10 67, 140, 149 Shortt, Roger Ward, Jr. 11 60, 127, 128, 129, 140 Showalter, Alton Wayne 11 60, 154, 159 Showalter, Gary Edward 8 77 Showalter, Peggy Lou 9 73, 151, 152 Simmons, Karen Marie 12 46 Simmons, Sarah James 10 67, 134, 125, 149 Simpkins, Jimmy Elwood 11 60, 139 Simpkins, Tommy Wayne 8 77 Simpson, Bethina Anne 10 67, 88, 141, 149 Sink, Martha Susan 12 47, 138, 139, 141, 16 Slaughter, Judy Cora 10 67, 139, 149, 146 Slaughter, Tommy Loman 9 73, 132 Sloane, Betty Ann 10 67, 156, 152 Slusher, Charles Richard 10 67, 134, 145,97 Slusher, Freemon Maurice, Jr. 9 73, 157 Slusher, Linda Lorene 12 47 Slusher, Michael Dean 9 73, 148, 145 Slusher, Richard Lynn 9 73, 132, 149 Smith, Allen Dwight 9 73, 86, 157, 97 Smith, Bernice Lou 8 77, 130, 152 Smith, Brenda Sue 8 77, 130 Smith, Bruce Wayne 8 77 Smith, Dorothy Alma 11 60, 148 Smith, Kathy Erlene 10 67, 156 Smith, Mark Douglas 11 60, 158, 142, 160, 161 Smith, Patricia Lynn 8 77, 130 Smith, Richard Ervin 8 77 Smythers, Clyde Harlan, Jr. 1 1 60, 127, 82, 150,90, 145 S owder, Barbara Ann 8 77 Sowers, Alice Marie 8 77, 152 Sowers, Barbara Jean 11 60 Sowers, Carmen Ercell 11 60 Sowers, Carolyne Jane 9 73, 130, 149 Sowers, Harold Lewis 9 73 Sowers, Judith Mae 11 60, 139 Sowers, Kenneth Ray 8 77 Sowers, Margie Marie 12 47 Sowers, Martha Gail 10 67, 152 Sowers, Rebecca Ruth 8 77 Sowers, Russell Wayne 9 73, 157, 159 Sowers, Susan Lynn 8 74, 77, 130, 149, 145 Sowers, Steve Moore cowers, Thomas Neil 9 73, 148, 157 10 67, 81, 154 Sowers, Wanda Jean 10 67, 156 Spangler, Donna Annette 12 47, 126, 119, 149, 123, Spangler, George Curtis, Jr. 118, 121, 145, 144 9 73, 86, 157, 158 Spence, James Dwight 12 47,132,149,121,145 Spence, Katie Joette 10 63, 67, 134, 124, 149, Spence, Linda Mae 10 145 67, 134, 141, 149, 145 Spence, Michael Grey 8 78,87, 148, 145 Spence, Patricia Barbara 12 43, 127, 128, 148, 141, Spence, Velma Marie Spencer, Vanessa Irene 8 149, 117, 121, 145 78, 130 8 78 Starkey, Wesley Eugene 9 78,86 Stuart, Barbara Lucille 8 78 Stuart, Constance Sue 10 67, 148, 152 Stuart, Chester Roy 8 78 Stuart, Helen Loretta 12 49, 127, 156 Stuart, Janice Elaine 8 78, 148 Stuart, Jill Renee 8 78 Stuart, Kenneth Raye 8 78 Stuart, Paul Aldon 10 66,90, 94, 161,92,91 Stuart, Uycless Selwyn 8 78, 87, 148 Stuart, Wanda Marie 8 78 Stump, Ralph Wayne 9 73 Stump, Rebecca Lou 9 73 Sumpter, Jerry Lee 8 78 Sumpter, Richard Walter 10 67, 154, 158 Surber, Charles Winn ' Supthin, Gloria Kathryn 8 78, 87, 98 12 49, 156 Sutphin, Kathryn Clyde 11 60, 152 Sutphin, Ronnie Lee 9 73 Sutphin, Vera Mae 10 67, 139, 149 Sweeney, Ervin Lawrence 8 78 190 Talley, Paul Martin 9 Taylor, Fredric Joseph 8 Taylor, Robert Hugh 11 Thomas, James Clark 8 Thomas, Janet Lynne 11 Thomas, Judy Florence 11 Thomas, Richard Lee 8 Thomas, Rhonda Leigh 9 Thomas, Shirley Ann 11 Thomas, Steve Allen 8 Thompson, C. Randolph, Jr. 11 Thompson, Larry Wayne 9 Thompson, Mary Kathryn 8 Townley, Shirley Gail 10 Trail, Dorothy Marie 12 Trail, Gerald Thomas 9 Trail, Gilbert Wayne 10 Troutt, Harry Edward 8 Troutt, Frank Nelson 10 Troutt, James Robert 11 Turman, Frances Gail 10 Turman, Joe Davis 11 Turman, Kathleen Ellen 9 Turman, Larry Dale 12 Turman, Martha Ruth 9 Turman, Michael Evans 12 Turman, Pamela Sue 12 Turman, Wanda Kay 12 Turman, Zelda Fay 12 Turner, Bascil Maurice 10 Turner, Donnie Oneil 9 Turner, Drewcella Gayle 12 Turner, Omer Lloyd 12 Turner, Tiamon J. 8 Turpin, Frankie Wendell 10 Turpin, Gary Clifford 8 Turpin, Jimmy Leon 8 Turpin, Juanita Elaine 10 Turpin, Kathy Christine 8 Turpin, Mary Ann 8 Turpin, Linda Marie 12 Underwood, Brenda Sue 9 Underwood, Wayne Harold 8 69, 73, 81, 86, 148, 145 73, 161 60, 157, 159 78, 87, 140, 157, 159 61,127, 128, 145,116 61, 127 78 73, 130, 145 61, 152 78 61, 132, 125, 119, 90 94 73, 157, 95 78, 148, 119, 152 67, 137 49, 156 73, 81, 82, 160 61, 154, 159 78 67 61 67 61, 148, 142, 158 73. 152 49, 150, 90, 93, 92, 91 73 49, 142 49. 156 49, 134, 148 49. 156. 152 67 73,86, 161 49 49. 81. 156 78 67, 154, 159 78 78 67, 139, 161, 152 78 78, 130 48, 49 Wade, Samuel Eugene 8 Walton, Janet Elaine 9 ,Webb, Mary Jane 12 Webb. Russell Willis 8 le Idle, Carolyn Ruth ' eddle, Dale Terry eddle, Gene Harmon Weddle, Jerry Wayne Alton Harmon, Jr. 1 1 10 8 f lA t • ) Weddle, Joyce Irene ' , -Weddle, Patricia Lea Weddle, Posey Weddle, Robert Madison Weddle, Wanda Lynn Weeks, Allen Lane Weeks, David Pierce Weeks, Goldie Fern Weeks, James Edward Weeks, Jane Pauline Weeks, Larry Cline Weeks, Linda Lou Weeks, Martha Sue Weeks, Michael Allen 12 on uP dJ 1 cP A y -V- Vass, Cheryl Lois Vest, Alice Diann Vest, Allen David Vest, Brenda Lois r , . jj J Weeks, Rachel Linda 8 Weeks, Robert Wayne 8 West, Rebecca Ann 10 West, Tyler Eugene 11 Whitaker, Howard Thurman 10 Whitaker, John Terry 8 White, Bonnie Gae 9 White, Diana Faye 12 -yU—White, Lonnie Raye 8 Whitlock, Deborah Ann 8 Whitlock, Janice Lynn 10 Whitlock, Kerry Wendell 12 ■ ja ' P Whitlock, Melvin Wayne 10 ' I Whitlock, Perry Lee 11 V Willard, James Calvin 8 y wan 11 62,139,156 9 73, 130, 152 8 78, 87, 149, 145, 98 12 48, 49, 127, 149, 152, 145 Vest, Carolyn Yvonne 12 48,49,126,148,121, 145 9 73 10 68, 139, 156 10 68, 134 8 78, 87, 148, 149 12 49 12 48, 49, 148, 160, 96 9 73, 157 12 48, 49, 142 12 48, 49, 142 12 48,49,156 12 48,49,81,150 12 48,49 12 50, 148 Jz ■ ViA a , ,A Vest, Cecil Eugene Vest, Charlotte Inez Vest, Connie Elaine Vest, Gilbert Wayne Vest, Glenn Edward Vest, James Bertha Vest, Larry Dale Vest, Loretta Pratt Vest, Lois Ann Vest, Patricia Sue Vest, Ralph Milton Vest, Robert Bery Vest, Robert Michael 4 rfiJ - J 10 l v Williams, Doris Jean 11 Williams, Margaret Elaine Williams, George Penn Williams, Larry Edmon Williams, Richard Mullins, III 11 Williams, Sandra Lee 12 Williams, Sharon Lee 12 Williams, Terry Lee 9 Willis, Jack Bura 8 Willis, Wanda Belle 10 Wilson, Donald Jewell 10 Wimmer, Cline Lawson 8 Wimmer, James Edgar 12 Wimmer, Joan Katherine 10 Wimmer, Lyle Stanley 10 Wimmer, Ronald Dink 9 Wimmer, Sarah Pauline 11 Wimmer, Susan Lynn 11 Wood, Robert Lee, Jr. 10 Wood, Zettie Joyce 8 Woollums, Frank Ray 8 Worrell, Jennifer Chervl 12 Wurzburger, Kenneth Douglas 8 78 78, 157, 161 73 50, 156, 152 78, 87 62, 156, 150 68, 137 78, 148 73 34, 50, 87, 127, 128, 140, 119, 117, 116 78 73, 130, 145, 152 78 68, 117 68, 116, 146 62, 150, 154, 158 62, 127, 128, 129, 132, 96 73 50 62, 126, 128, 129, 116 68 50 50, 126, 128, 148, 121, 90, 145 50, 129, 132, 121, 145, 96 78, 130, 148 78,87 68, 88, 140, 157, 141, 119, 149 62, 154, 160, 159 78 73 50, 139 78 78, 130, 148 68, 137, 117, 152 50, 160 68, 149, 159 62, 154, 161, 159 78 68 62, 127, 125, 153 78, 130, 145 78 68, 132, 140,97 62, 127, 134, 135 50,51, 128, 141, 121 50,51 73, 81, 86, 140, 148, 161 73 68, 152 68 78, 98 50,51, 160, 161 68, 149 63, 68, 132, 140, 145 73 58, 62, 127, 141, 116 52, 62, 127, 141, 119 68, 148 78, 130, 148, 146 78, 87, 157, 119 50,51, 137 Vest, Terry Steven ii 62, 83, 150, 154, 160, 145, 115, 159 Wyant, Keith Kenneth 8 78 Via, Margaret Anne 10 68, 152 Voigt, Nancy Lynn 12 51, 129, 123 Voigt, Susan Elizabeth 10 68 -Y- Yates, Earl Bane 8 78, 87 Yates, Brenda Gail 12 50,51 Yates, Harry Kenneth 8 78,87 -W- Yearout, Clonnie Herman 1 1 61, 127, 140, 148 Wade, Bobby Ray 10 68 Yearout, Janice Elaine 9 73, 140, 152 Wade, Camellia Anne 10 68, 129, 148 Yearout, Ruth Annette 11 61, 126, 140, 156 Wade, Carolyn Sue 9 73, 152 Yeatts, Roger Eugene 8 78, 87, 148 Wade, Nita Dawn 12 50, 121, 153 Yopp, Sarah Louise 9 73, 130 191 OUR HARBOR OF ACTIVITY MEETS THE ENDOF ANOTHER DAY With the echo of the last, receding footstep, activities in the school cease, but the momentum for the wheel of action continues. 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