Floyd County High School - Bison Yearbook (Floyd, VA)
- Class of 1971
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Presented by Ginny Bill Gardner . i r ■ V JK ' vOy EDITOR Joyce Wood CO-EDITOR Debbie Page ORGANIZATION EDITOR Sue Spence LAYOUT EDITOR Vicki Gardner COPY EDITOR Susie Eanes BUSINESS MANAGERS Mike Cockram Kenneth Conner ADVISOR Mrs. Beth Hugate anc ' v ■ » TtCStV JrTZM FLOYD COUNTY iiHw I TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMICS 9 CLASSES 23 STUDENT LIFE 95 ATHLETICS 147 ADVERTISEMENTS 177 Administration FCHS Administration Guides Students Floyd County School Board B.P. Simpson — Chairman Gerald Phillips — Vice-Chairman Board Members S B. Alderman — Courthouse Rex Nixon — Alum Ridge James Harmon — Burks Fork Marvin Cole — Little River Mr. H.P. Jennings Supervisor of Vocational Edu- cat ion Development Program Mr. Robert Peak Mr. Peak checks school records for check outs. Assistant Principal 10 Along Path of Higher Education Mrs. Lorice O ' Connor, school receptionist, and bookkeep- er faces loads of work everyday. Mrs. Iris Poff. Secretary of the Principal records all school events. Mr. Ray Hollandsworth. Principal holds down the difficulties of running F.C.H.S. 11 Faculty Candids Prove: Teachers Are Human! ! Teachers Candids TEACHERS Caught In Their Moment Of Ecstasy t Faculty Math Leads Students Through A World of Logarithms, Graphs and Equations Virginia E. Altizer Radford College B.S. Math Junior Sponsor Dale Foster Radford College B. S. Math Beta Club Mrs. Willis seems to be giving a disrupting fifth period Freshman the eye of knowledge. Mrs. Foster caught in a candid shot proves that for a first year teacher math is not all play. Linda Shuey Radford College Math Tenth Grade Sponsor Magazine Campaign Regina S. Willis Radford College B. S. Math Jr. Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor 14 A Wide Range of Social Studies are offered at F.C.H.S. Walker E. Campbell Virginia State College B. S. History World Geography Ellis Enoch Fairmont State College A. B. History Mary L. Jarratt Radford College B. S History and Gov- ernment Sr. Tri-Hi-Y Rudolph R. Marshall Emory Henry V.P.I. U. S. History University of Virginia VA. and U. S. Govern- ment Economics Rufus A. Shull, Jr. Emory Henry College B. A. History Hi-Y Football Coach Golf Coach Eighth Grade Sponsor Assistant Basketball Coach Mr. Marshall ' s government class seems to be hard at work taking notes for tomorrow’s test. 15 English Courses Develop Students ' Ideas Ruth Ashworth Radford College B. S. English Creative Writing Folder Thelma T. Houchins Radford College B. S. English Annie Catherine Linda Ford Dobyns Radford College Emory Henry B. S. English College One Act Play Sponsor B. A. English Quill Scroll Mary Y. Murrie Madison College Elizabeth S. Hugate Library Science Radford College Library Aides Sponsor B. S. English Yearbook Sponsor English may prove to be interesting to some students, while others find it boring. Judy E. Grozdits Radford College B. S. English M. S. French Highland Scops Senior Class Sponsor Joyce Pugh Radford College B. S. Remedial Reading Nancy L. Slusher Radford College B. A. English University of Virginia M. A. French County Crier Students Learn Fundamentals of Fine Arts Robert A. Ellwanger East Carolina Universi- ty B. S„ M. A. Music High School and Ele- mentary Band Bonnie Sitz Radford College B. S. Music High School and Ele- mentary Choral Garnett King Study Hall Katherine Vaughn Radford College B.S. Art Eighth Grade Sponsor Students enjoy films during Art class. Buffalo Band steps high to the beat of “Pink Panther. " 17 Faculty Science Courses Offered Are: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Anatomy JoAnne G. McBath Radford College B.S. Biology Senior Sponsor Freeda H. Rorrer Radford B.S. M.S. Biology. Anatomy Ninth Grade Sponsor M ax Thomas Roanoke College Physics. Chemistry Science Club Sponsor Alta Turman Radford College Science I and Science II. F.T.A. Sponsor ard being doctors by disecting their pet frog " George R. Bolt. P. Cockram. and J. Gearheart start on a 18 Senior ' s P.E. Class Offered New This Year Mrs. Ross ' s senior P.E. class rest from muscle pulling exercise. R. Reed, learns the act of turning flips in P.E. class. Worley S. Bishop Jr. Rusculum College B.S. Arizona State Universi- ty MS. J.V. Football Coach Varsity Baseball Coach Varsity Club Sponsor Elizabeth McQuown Radford College B.S. Health Physical Edu- cation Cheerleading Sponsor Julie D. Ross B.A. Foothill Jr. College San Francisco State College Health Physical Edu- cation Girls Intramurals Kenneth Raines East Tennessee State University B.S. Asst. Football Coach 8th Grade Coach Boys Intramurals 19 Faculty Students Combine Skills of Typing, Recordkeeping and General Business Mrs. Radford observes L. Bolt during typing class. J. Hylton struggles through a typing exam. John D. Harman B.S. Bridgewater College M.S. Radford College Co-Sponsor Debates Wanda V. Radford B.. Radford Business Education S.C.A. Sponsor Eleventh Grade Sponsor Nancy S. Roop B.S. Radford College M.E. Virginia Polytech- nic Institute Business Education Eleventh Grade Sponsor Ruth Ann SI usher B.S. Radford College Business Education Tenth Grade Sponsor 20 Lillian B. Cockram Bridgewater College Madison College Radford College B.S. V.P.l. M ED. Home Economics F.H.A. Co-Sponsor Young Homemakers Nora Gardner Radford College B.S. Home Economics Young Homemakers of Va. Co-Sponsor F.H.A. Vocational Department Prepares Students for Essential Things of Everyday Life Lonnie J. Keith 111 V.P.l. B.S. Agriculture F.F.A. K.V.G. Calvin L. Rorrer V.P.l. B.S, Radford College M.S. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club Kenneth Phillips V.P.L B.S. Agriculture F.F.A. Mrs. Gardner seems to enjoy her discussions with the Se- Mr. Phillips demonstrates the use of complicated machin- nior Home Economics Class. erv 21 Faculty A Hand of Guidance for All Students Nola S. Albert B.S. Radford College M.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute Guidance Counselor NYC. C.E. Mannon A. A. Freed Hardeman College B. S. Virginia Poltechnic Institute M A. East Carolina University Guidance Counselor S.C.A. Advisor Mr. Mannon aides John Holt in the selection of a suitable college. Mrs. Albert helps Pat Moran fill out N.Y.C. checks. 22 A S Seniors ROBERT PUGH PRESIDENT DEAN HIGGS SECRETARY JOYCE WOOD REPORTER CHARLES BOND TREASURER SUSAN SOWERS VICE PRESIDENT SENIORS 24 Margaret Agee Mae Bell Akers Henry Alderman Randall Austin Frances Ballinger Judy Belcher Ronald Belcher Rondel Belcher All Seniors participate in skit launching a successful magazine campaign. 25 Seniors SENIORS LEAD Charles Bond Gary Boothe L. Harman. D. Lawson. R Belcher Calvin Bower Luther Bower Debra Bolt Wanda Blackwell 26 watch stairs over the rail. Loretta Cockram Danny Compton 27 Seniors Mike Conner Sandra Conner Donnie Cox Linda Dalton Lois Dalton Mary Dalton Jeanette Davis Nana Dickerson Haden Dulaney Linda Duncan Wayne Duncan Verna Duncan Class OJ 7 1 Breaks Tradition By Having SENIOR DANCE In December 28 143 Members Of SENIOR CLASS Are Led By Our Man Robert Pugh Joe Edone Donnie Epperly Eunice Farmer Bentley Ferris David Goad Wanda Goad Ruby Gordon Gary Hale 29 Seniors CLASS OF 71 Grady Hill Kathy Hill JohnHolt 30 Takes Lead In Magazine Campaign Glen Keith Howard Keith Doug King 31 Seniors Debbie Lawrence Donnie Lucas Donna Lawson Ersel Manning Danny Lucas Darrel Marshall Steve Lovitt Phillip Mannon Judith Martin Helen McAlexander Ruth McDaniel Gerald McPeak SENIORS RECEIVE THEIR CLASS RINGS AETER A TRADITIONAL WAIT SENIORS LOOK FORWARD TO GRADUATION AFTER FIVE YEARS AT FCHS Pat Moran Jerry Myers William Naff Charlotte Nester Timmy N ichols Tommy Nichols Joyce Nolen Randall Nolen Debbie Page Joyce Perkins Mary Ousley Seniors Phyllis Poff M ike Pratt Larry Quesenberry Vickie Poff Robert Pugh 34 35 Seniors ECSTASY: PASSING Mr. Marshall watches his government class study. 36 GOVERNMENT AND ENGLISH Seniors prepare for initiation of Industrial Arts Club members. 37 Seniors 38 Lonnie White George Williams Debbie Whitlock Russell Webb Frances Walters Rachel Weeks Betty Jo Walters M : rll 5 ' . v: Sammy Wade Posey Weddle Robert Weeks 39 Seniors SENIOR CHRISTMAS 40 “THE TECHNIQUES” 41 Seniors Cline Wimmer Ronald Wimmer Joyce Wood Frank Woolums Kenneth Wurtzburger Harry Yates Roger Yeatts SPONSORS: M. Thomas, J. Grozdits, E, Hugate. and E. Enoch 42 SENIORS GIVE THANKS TO THOSE DESERVING AS THEY WAVE ON .. . 43 Junior Lewis Abbott Susan Agee Becky Akers Nobeldean Angel Glendal Belcher Hope Bloodworth Alton Bolt Lessie Bolt Junior Year — A Time Of Ecstasy " The Arm of the Beta Club " reaches out to tap Junior Brenda Trail into the honorary society. 44 Richard Bond Brenda Bowers Sharon Brammer Merita Brown Patricia Brown Calvin Cannaday Wesley Clay Jennifer Claytor Junior Sue Wade demonstrates her superb techniques as pho- tographer for The Bison and The County Crier. 45 Juniors 43 Members of Class of ' 12 Tapped In Beta Club Mike Cock ram Robert Coe Gary Collins Carolyn Connei Eddie Conner Jabe Conner Joyce Conner Kenneth Conner Mary Lou Conner Myra Conner Tommy Conner Carolyn Cox Joe Cox Kathy Cox Sam Cox Brenda Dalton 46 Class officers: V. Quesenberry, Reporter: A. Wade, Treasurer; E. Huff, Secretary: D. Wood. Vice-President; P. Weeks, President. Robert Davis Julius Dickerson William Dickerson James Duncan Shirley Duncan Ellen Dunn Mike Eanes Earsel Eanes Sue Eanes 47 Juniors Susie Eanes Wayne Epperly ■ Alan Gallimore Vicki Gardner B. Trail uses free time to copy notes. Gary Gillespie Brenda Goad David Goad Donna Goad Kathy Graham Brenda Guilliams Gary Harris Linda Harris Pat Harris 48 Melinda Hayden Jerry Higgs Joyce Higgs Vicky Higgs Ralph Hollandsworth Robert Hopper Sandra Houchins Barbara Hubbard Emma Jean Huff Margaret Huff Yvonne Huff Brenda Hylton Richard Hylton Lois Quesenberry, W. Stuart, P. Smith, deliberate on best candidate during class election. 49 ( Juniors Robert Marshall Bruce McAlexander M. Huff, P. Janney. B. Gulliams and B. Jones find the lunch table a marvelous setting for gossiping. Pauline Janney Brenda Jones Allie Bell Keith Carol Keith Claude Kenley Pam King 50 Jerry McAlexander Wander McDaniel Frank Moran Terry Moran Mary McAlexander Ricky Moles Loretta Moran Pam Morris 165 Juniors Compose 19V: 2 % of Student Body Frances Murrie Debbie Nester James Nichols Judy Nolen Darrell Nolen Donnie Ober 51 Juniors John O ' Connor Becky Phillips Peggy Phillips Rita Phillips Richard Phillips Helen Poff Juniors Face Challenge Of Making Decisions Joan Pratt Ralph Pratt Barbara Quesenberry Dianne Quesenberry Darrel Quesenberry Donna Quesenberry Miss Vaughn supervises many of her Junior Art students as they learn the techniques of past artists. 145 Janet Quesenberry Linda Quesenberry Lois Quesenberry Steve Quesenberry D. Reed comes forth to be tapped into Beta Club. Roger Rakes Ruth Ratliff Calvin Reed 53 Juniors Donna Reed Jerry Reed Andy Rhea Lane Roberson Mr. Mannon advises C. Shorn on the colleges of his choice. Juniors Anticipate Ordering of Class Rings Kathy Jo Roberson Susan Royal Joe Rutrough Evelyn Saunders John Saunders Blaine Shank 54 Calvin Shorn Diane Simpkins J.B. Simpkins Denise Slusher Cindy Smith Peter Smith Juniors Consider Careers for the Future 55 Juniors Juniors Begin Planning For Prom 71 Gwen Strickland Joan Pratt takes time out to enjoy lunch with other Juniors. Dennis Stuart Granver Stuart Jo Ann Stuart John Sutherland Barbara Sutphin Brenda Thompson Donnie Thompson 56 Junior Diana Weddle demon- strates the precision used in the Band ' s Rifle Corps. Energetic Juniors Participate In All Areas Of Life At F C H S Brenda Trail Dean Vaughn Sammy Vest Steve Vest Gerald Via Alisa Wade 57 Juniors Juniors Resolve Problems Created By Prom Johnny Walker Diana Weddle Paul Weeks Roger Weeks Steve Weeks Linda Wells 58 Junior Year A Time of Many Decisions J. Sutherland exhausted from choral class receives assistance from A. Vest, and J. Nichols. Sophomores Class Of 73 Elects Larry Mannon President A o Jf jm n ' r ■L m. ■ .«. y-i r 3 Vb ' ' A . WWj r -- » Officers and Sponsors: Row One: Larry Mannon. President; Susan Bond. Vice-President; Allen Gallimore, Reporter; Vera Shortt. Treasurer. Row Two: Mr. Marshall, Miss Slusher, Mrs. Turman. Row Three: Mrs. Ashworth, Mrs. Jarratt. Mrs. Shuey. Nancy Agee Daniel Akers James Akers Roy Akers Linda Alderman Jennifer Aldridge Shirley Aldridge Joel Allen 60 iiiiililuiliiili’uUl Van Angle Donald Atins Loretta Austin Ronnie Austin Joseph Beaver Danny Belcher Sharon Bell Paul Ber an Ira Marie Bolden Brenda Bolt Joyce Bolt Susan Bond James Boothe William Boothe Kenneth Bower Ronald Boyd Jo Anne Brammer Norma Carden Sylvia Chesson Margie Cockram Barry Collins Gladys Collins Clyde Conner Connie Conner 61 Sophomores Susan Conner A I dene Cox Betty Cox Linwood Cox Mark Custer Lona Dickerson Roger Dickerson Cathy Duncan Sophomores Begin To Meet Requirements For Graduation Sophomore History students use discussion periods to examine current events. 62 Sophomores encounter new problems in Personal Use Typing Class. 63 Sophomores Curtis Goad Glen Goad kermit Goad Connie Gordon Thomas Gregg Mark Grim Allen Gulliams Susan Guilliams Jerry Hale William Harris Micky Hatcher Reba Hatcher Jerry Helms Rebecca Hill Marie Howard David Hubbard David Huff Glen Huff James Huff Juanita Huff Wendell Huff Darlene Hylton Gary Hylton Joyce Hylton 64 Mid Point Of Career At FCHS Met By Sophomores Sophomore ' s enthusiasm breaks through as they participate in the Magazine skit. Rena Hylton Steve Janney Candy John Betty Jones Larry Keith Theresa Kenley Linda King Rosalie King David Laing Walter Laing Lowell Lampey Dennis Lawrence 65 Sophomores Donna Lemons James Lemons Jackie Lester Glen Link Ray Lovell Susan Lovitt Sheree Maberry Katherine Manning Larry Mannon 66 Connie Page Randall Mills Debbie Moles Joyce Moles Steven Moles David Monday Bonnie Moran Debbie Murrie Allen Nester Glenda Osborne Roger McAlexander Barbara Perdue Michael Poff Roger Poff Doug Pugh Ada Quesenberry Lively Sophomores Make The it, c ” Scene At F C S 67 Sophomores Challange Oj Junior Year Awaits Sophomores Garrett Quesenberry Guenda Quesenberry Ida Quesenberry Lois Quesenberry Melvin Quesenberry Betty Radford Judy Radford Shelia Roberson Darlene Saunders Gary Scott Ouida Shank Steven Shelor 68 Sophomores Find Parts In Dramatics Grover Shelton Vera Shortt Emmanuel Simpkins B.P. Simpson Imogene Slusher David Smith Karen Smith Brenda Sowers Joseph Sowers Gregory Spangler Sara Spangler Vicky Spangler Shirley Spence Steven Spence Sue Spence Renee Spencer David Strickland Milton Stuart Wendeline Stuart Mike Stump 69 Sophomores Sophomores laugh in harmony w hile waiting outside the gym for an assembly. Class of K Steven Surber Vanessa Sutphin Vera Sutphin Donna Sweeney Ranks Largest At FCHS Frankie Sweeney Carolyn Thomas Darrell Thompson David Thompson 70 Sophomore artists discuss their new ideas for pep posters. Sophomores Prove To Be A ctive In Many Extra — Curricular Activities Paul Thompson Steven D. Thompson Steve Ren Thompson Jane Tolbert Barry Trail Carolyn Vest Darrell Vest Helen Vest 71 Sophomores Kathy Vest Sandra Vest Donnie W alker Richard Webb Raymond Weeks Richard Weeks Cheryl Whitlock Dale Willard Sophomores Complete Final Year Of Required Physcial Education Coach Bishop demonstrates to Sophomore Physical Education students the proper procedure in spiking a volleyball. 72 199 Sophomores Enjoy New Roll As Upperclassmen Joe Wilson Judy Wimmer Richard Wimmer Rose Wurlele Janet Wimmer Rene Wimmer Rita Wimmer Linda Yopp Mrs. Radford supervises her Sophomores in Typing Class. 73 Freshmen C.M. Wimmer Guides 164 Students Through Freshmen class officers: E. Turman. Treasurer; S. Linkous. Secretary. C. Wimmer. President: G. Spence. Vice-President. Joan Agnew Jerry Akers Kelly Alderman Nellie Argabright Pat Austin Debbie Bain Marsha Beckner Janice Belcher T renia Beil Ricky Bolt Phyllis Brammer David Cannaday Garnet CarroJI Edwin Chesson Philip Cockram 74 Through Another Year Of Intense School Life Dreama Conner Mary Conner Oral Conner Vicky Conner Woody Conner Faye Cox Kathy Cox J ill Davis Delilah DeHart Barbara Dickerson Judy Dickerson Donna Dulaney Barbara Duncan Judy Duncan Sandra Duncan Freshman Sponsors: Mrs. Radford. Mrs. Houchins. Miss Slusher. Mr. Keith. Mrs. Rorrer, and Mrs. Ford. Freshmen Jamie Vales proves that students at F.C.FI.S. can study anywhere. Freshmen Settle Down After Last 76 Betty Goad Wayne Goff Carol Hale To A Year Of Study Year ' s Ordeals Clifford Harman Connie Harman Hilda Harman B. earout pauses to prepare for her next class. 77 Freshmen Fellow Freshmen look on as J. Yeatts comes down from a well-balanced head stand. Sue Harman Judy Harmon Peggy Harmon Becky Harris Mark Harris Wayne Harris Ninth Graders Promote Through David Hatcher Jerry Hatcher Mike Hicks Dana Higgs Dona Higgs Janet Higgs Patricia Higgs Mark Hodges David Hollan Peggy Hollandsworth Steve Hubbard Alfred Huff Cathy Huff James Huff Lawrence Huff 78 Rachel Huff Carolyn Hylton Dianne Hylton Judy Hylton Sharon Hylton Elaine Ingram School Spirit Pep Rallies Peggy Hollandsworth and fellow Freshmen dis- cover that exercise is an important part of girls " P.E. Delana Jones Eouise King Pat King Dale Lawrence Sharon Linkous David Lucas Diane Maberry Vicki Manning Carol Marshall James Marshall Geraldine McAlexander Kathy Moles Barbara Moore Cathy Moran James Moran 79 Freshmen Mature Freshmen Conquer Ups and Downs Robert Moran Robert Nester Sherry Nichols Julian Nolen El wood Phillips Debbie Phillips Timothy Phillips Cindy Poff Vicky Poff Joel Pratt Sharon Proffit Jeffery Pugh Carolyn Quesenberry Debbie Quesenberry 80 Of Each Active Day At Floyd County High Donna (Juesenberry Jerry Quesenberry Arlene Reed Phillip Reed Ricky Reed Robert Reed Karen Repass Julian Rutrough Daniece Saunders Roger Sewell Brenda Shelton Carolyn Shorn Chester Simpk ins Roger SI usher Daniel Socher Curtis Sowers Deborah Sowers Dorothy Sowers Larry Sowers Roger Sowers Freshmen girls take time out to discuss the events of the day during lunch. Freshmen Freshmen are absorbed in the act of electing class officers. Tony Sowers Tommy Spangler Dwight Spence Gary Spence Mark Starkey Desirie Stuart Freshmen Accept Challenges Of Jo Ann Stuart Tony Stuart Doris Sutphin Janet Sutphin Wayne Sutphin Patricia Sweeney Stephen Thomas Delores Thompson Janice Thompson Shelby Thompson Sammy Townley Donna Dee Turman Donna Jean Turman Linda Turman Patricia Turman 82 ■ Tlfc ! Rudy Turman Annette Vest Cathy Vest Clay Vest John Vest Peggy Vest Academic And Vocational Curriculums Ricky Vest Allen Walker Tommy Walters David Weddle Tommy Weddle Allen Weeks Randy Weeks Richard Weeks Joe Whitlock Deborah Wilson Mike Wilson Annette Wimmer C.M. Wimmer Barbara Wood Glen Wood 83 Freshmen J. Higgs looks bored as she studies for a World Geography test. Mrs. Rorrer ' s 3rd period Biology class carefully looks for the heart of a frog. James Worrell Becky Yearout Jamey Yeatts 84 Ninth Graders Prove To Be Worthy Magazine Salesmen MB Freshman J. Yeatts prepares himself for the next class by inspecting his locker for the needed books. E. Epperly and fellov freshmen hurry to the next class. Cameraman surprises L. Huff while waiting in lunch line. D. Higgs find wall volleying one of the hardest skills test in P.E. C. Vest and R. Bolt show that wres- tling is harder than it looks. Dennis Criner Miriam Peters Jewel Pratt Elmer Turman Linda Conner 85 Eighth Grade Janet Agee Patricia Allen Karen Agee Karen Alley ■ ' r , Bryant Akers George Akers Charlotte Argabright Gracie Atkins Miss Vaughn. Head Sponsor Eighth Grade Boasts Smallest Officers: J. Branscome, President; R. Hollandsworth, Vice-President; A. Grim. Secretary; J. Agee, Treasurer; P. Keith. Re- porter. Sponsors: Mr. Keith. Mrs. Foster, Miss Dobyns. Mrs. Willis, and Mr. Shull. 86 Class In FCHS History Phyllis Austin Cathy Bain Clyde Ballinger Mary Beaver Thomas Bell Wayne Beran Deborah Bolt Vicki Bolt Alex Bond Brenda Boothe Daniel Boothe Doris Boyd Elaine Boyd Linda Boyd Janet Branscome Elaine Britt Deborah Broughman Carlotta Browning Kenneth Brown Cathy Byens 87 Eighth Grade Cathy Carr Michael Carr Deborah Carroll James Casteel Judith Claytor Phyllis Clemons Lelan Cockram Carol Conner Clinton Conner Elizabeth Conner Harless Conner Gerald Cox Kenneth Cox Leonard Cox Charles Davis Bruce Dickerson Clinton Duncan Randolph Epperly Coby Farmer Kathleen Gallimore Eighth Graders Find Time Eighth grade girls physical education class has a new experience of playing hand soccer. 88 V A successful magazine campaign is an important achievment for the Class of 75. The 8th grade magazine skit boosted the class to a First Place victory. Betty Goad Carolyn Goad Bruce Graham Laurie Greeg Anita Grim Carol Guilliams Carl Hale Benny Harris Charlotte Harris Norma Hatcher John Helm Brenda Hicks Linda Hicks Patrick Higgins Ronald Higgs Ray Hill Larry Holden Carol Hollandsworth Pamela Hollandsworth Success Is Goal Of Eighth Graders 89 Eighth Grade D. Wimmer. P. Clemons, D. Bain, and S. Whitlock discuss their sewing problems and learn to sew by trial and error in Home Economics I. filled :! ■ . L i f » : l . It l ■ r ■ s a ;■ J , Eighth Graders Find Time For Fun Roger Hollandsworth Charles Holt Junior Howard Richard Howard Ruth Howard Allan Hubbard Silas Huff Victoria Huff Carolyn Hylton Charlene Hylton Toney Janney Ronald Jones Shirley Jones Linda Keith Patricia Keith Rose Keith Wilma Lampey Loretta Lewis 90 Linda Manning Maxine Manning Bruce Mannon Gary Mannon Deborah Martin Lane McAlexander Carolyn McGrady Ralph Mitchell Janie Moles Christine Moles Rebecca Moles Linda Moore Betty Moran Gerald Moran Mary Mullins Neida Mullins Rufus Muncy William Munzing Sandra N ester Layton Nolen Michael Nolen Robert Nolen William Nolen Despite Their Other Numerous Activities A. Hubbard, K. Cox, C. Farmer, and R. Higgs seem to be finding Agriculture and exciting part of their high school career. 91 Eighth Grade Sandra Palmer Susan Parr Betty Pauley Julian Perdue Julie Perdue Lois Perkins Charles Phillips Larry Phillips Larry Phillips Nathan Phillips Lynette Poff Martha Poff Beverly Quesenberry Larry Quesenberry Loretta Quesenberry Dennis Radford Paul Radford Denton Reed Jeffrey Reed Sharon Reed Calen Roberson Janet Roberson Karen Roberson Randy Roberson Eighth Graders Strive Keeping together during routine exercises seems to be the main objective of the 8th grade Phys. Ed. class. 92 J. Claytor, D. Carroll, and A. Grim find that playing hand soccer is more difficult than it looks. To Keep Physically Fit Peggy Roop Wanda Roop Joel Shank Bonnie Shelor Harry Shelton Ronnie Shelton Dale Slusher Gary Smith Homer Smith Rhonda Smith Rita Smith Thelma Smith Barbara Sowers Monica Sowers Terry Staples Pamela Strickland Irma Stuart Harold Stuart 93 Eighth Grade Sherri Whitlock Judy Williams Debbie Wimmer Ray Wurtzburger Diane Thompson Ann Tolbert Debra Tolbert Barney Trail Debbie Turman Linda Turman Marvin Turner Rita Turpin William Vance Gerald Vest Roger Vest Kenneth Via Wilma Webb Jeffrey Weddle Lester Weddle Linda Weddle James Weeks Robert Weeks Eighth Graders Anticipate Rewarding Future Mrs. Pugh seems to be holding the attention of the Remedial Reading class as she instructs them on the use ot the class equipment. 94 Prom 1970 Junior class president ' 69- " 70. Roger Harris announces Senior couples as they enter the trans- formed cafeteria. Robert Wood. Sandra Hale, and fellow Seniors in a final moment of ecstasy as Prom 1970 ends at FCHS. Couples dance to the penetrating vibrations of the “Inner Feather " . 96 Exodic scenery set the mood for " under the sea " fantasy. As the last dance came to a close, the memories of a unique and exciting prom were being planted in the minds of everyone-the memory of “Fantasy Of The Sea 1970”. 97 Lively Majorettes Add A Glow Of Ecstasy »- Majorettes And SoloTwirler Gwen Strickland. Head Majorette Flag Squad joins the Majorettes in a salute to the students Sue Spence Terry Moran 98 4 Denise Slusher, Solo Majorette Fire-Twirling is Specialty of Solo Twirler Denise Slusher of FCH S. Susan Agee Ellen Dunn 99 Rifle Corps Military Precision Is Characteristic of Rifle Corps Rifle Corps: K. Repass, k. Moran. D. Weddle. J. Sutphin, S. Spangler, P. Poff, Corps Captain. Phyllis Poff leads Rifle Corps through many hectic hours of practice and excellent routines. The Rifle Corps demonstrates their unique salute. 100 Flag Squad Swiss Flags Add Excitement To " Spinning Wheel " Flag Squad: D. Sweeney, L. Yopp. V. Spangler, C. Thomas, Captain, R. Weeks, R. Spencer, J. Stuart, C. Page, C. Poff. Flag Squad demonstrates amazing ability in various formations. The black and gold Swiss Flags added color and variety to the 1971 FCFIS Band, Rachel Weeks, Squad Captain, runs through routines before getting the girls lined-up for practice. Band FCHS Marching Buffalo Band Performs ROW ONE: D. Monday. K. Repass, C. Moran, P. Poff. D. Weddle, S. Spangler. J. Sutphin. D. Slusher. ROW TWO: R. Weeks, L. Yopp.C. Thomas. D. Sweeney, V. Spangler. C. Page, R. Spencer. J. Stuart. ROW THREE: E. Manning. W. Naff. J. B. Simpkins. J. Agee. J. Claytor. T. Stuart. S. Spence. B. Dalton. S. Surber. J. Claytor. D. Stuart, V. Bolt. W. Conner. J. Farmer. ROW FOUR: R. Weeks, A. Grim. P. Strickland. L. Poff. A. Wimmer. D. Thompson, T. Moran, S. Parr. A. Tolbert. D. Martin, D. Thompson. K. Sowers, S. Nester. D. Karr, S. Chesson. ROW FIVE: F. Murrie. J. Aldridge. D. Murrie, L. Cockram. A. Nolen. H. Smith. E. Dunn, S. Spence. B. Rutrough. B. Shelor, S. Nichols. W. Roop. C. Browning. P. Keith. ROW SIX: D. Stuart. J. C. Wimmer. P. Weeks. J. Weeks, J. Moran. J. Shank. S. Agee. B. Muncy, P. Vest. S. Linkous. L. Rakes. C. Shorn. V. Poff. C. Marshall. B. Hill. J. Conner. ROW SEVEN:J. Castell, R. Hollandsworth. R. Robertson. G. Wood. M. Turner. R. Nester. C. Wimmer, G. Strickland. J. Worrell. S. O ues enberry, S. Thomas, J. Perdue, R. Turman, S. Shelor, S. Thompson. G. Spangler. Drum Major Section Leaders: ROW ONE: P. Vest. J. Claytor, D. Monday. W. Naff. ROW TWO: S. David Monday Surber. B. Dalton. S. Spence. J. Farmer. ROW THREE: C. Marshall. B. Rutrough. D. Thompson. At Roanoke Buck Skins Game On the field a marching band: on the stage a concert band. This is our band. " Yesterday 39 " . today 45”?!!! Gregg Spangler has a look of dis- Janet Agee and P. Strickland confide with “Mr. El belief as he is measured for band jackets. about instrument problems. A w . • if . i J.W |L ' Si Pa Band puts in many hours of practice to become best in FCHS history. 103 Choir Advanced Choir: ROW ONE: A. Vest. S. Harmon. C. Nester. P. Harman. M. Williams. L. King. S. Thompson. ROW TWO: M. Dalton. B. Hylton. P. Austin. B. Yearout. L. Epperly. J. Pratt. D. Witlock. V. Spencer. ROW THREE: C. Surber. D. Monday. J. Nichols. A. V ' est. K. Stuart. J. Sutherland. J. Gearheart. Mrs. Sitz. Director. Advanced And Beginning Choirs Spread Enchantment With Their Melodious Voices Advanced Choir members begin early pratice for the Christmas concert with the Band. 104 Advanced Choir Sends 8 Students To All-District Chorus Senior Charles Surber performs as pianist for the Advanced Choir. These students represented FCHS at the district Choral Meet: A. Vest, J. Sutherland, D. Monday. K. Stuart. B. Hylton. M. Dalton. D. Whitlock, and V. Spencer. 105 All members of the Crier staff enjoying getting to read the paper first. Journalism Class Produces The, County Crier John Holt. Gerald V ' ia. and Larry Harman, sports editors, fold the latest edition of I he County Crier. 106 Lois Dalton, editor of the Crier, shows other staff members tech- niques of copy editing. w W ICmik r - 85 County On er Wins First Place In Virginia Competition Brenda Bowers, Debbie Lawrence, and Wanda Goad rush to see how their articles have turned out. 107 Bison Staff J. Wood. Editor; D. Page. Co-Editor. V. Gardner, Layout Editor; H. Bloodworth Co-Copy Editor; S. Spence. Organization Editor: S. Eanes. Copy Editor. Successful Yearbook Making Yields An Aura of Ecstasy Mrs. Hugate. Sponsor. Ninth Grade Class Editors J. Agnew, C. Hale, S. Guilliams. 1971 Bison Staff Largest In FCHS History Tenth Grade Class Edi- tors R. Wimmer, B. Radford. B. Simpson. 109 Highland Scops Typing copy for the first edition of the Highland Scops is no problem for B. Smith and M. Conner. First Place Magazine Staff editors L. Rakes. S. Mayberry, N. Carden. D. Reed, and D. Shelor surround Scops edi- tor D. Weddle as they exchange ideas for layouts. 110 Is Published Bi- Annually By An Experienced Staff L I! General Staff. Row One: R. Austin, N. Carden, B. Smith. Row Two: C. Vest, M. Conner, C. Thomas. Row Three: B. Perdue, S. Maberry, D. Reed. Row Four: D. Shelor, D. Weddle, L. Rakes. Row Five: M. Agee, J. Higgs. Mrs. Grozdits, Advisor. Editor D. Weddle, Mrs. Grozdits, and Co-editor D. Reed take time out to pose for a picture. Ill Library Club Library Club members; ROW ONE: S. Guilliams, M. McAlexander. L. Rakes, R. Weeks. G. Collins, M. Turpin, D, Moles. J. Lester, k. Repass, J. Simpkins, V. Quesenberry. E. Huff, D. Vaughn. ROW TWO: R. Wimmer. N. Dickerson. J. Moles, S. Eanes, C. Poff. L. Wells, D. Reed. C. Gordon, G. Hale. J. Nolen. B. Spradling. ROW THREE: C. Conner, C. Cox, R. Hatcher. J. Belcher. D. Lawson. D. Quesenberry, L. Alderman. R. Phillips, B. Thompson. D. Whitlock, D. Murrie, P. Smith. R. Austin, B. Hylton, A. Wade. P. Brown, Mrs. Murrie, Sponsor. ROW FOUR: L. Moran. B. Hylton. B. Smith, L. Bower. ROW FIVE: J. Higgs, C. Nester. S. Houchins, D. Bolt. B. Trail, D. Simpkins, D. Quesenberry, B. Hylton, P. Cockram. F. Moran. J. Alridge. P. Poff. F. Murrie. M. Angle. M. Poff. R. Webb. Rebecca Hylton Represents FCHS As District Library Club President President, M. Turpin; V. President, D. Reed; Secretary. J. Aldridge; Reporter, L. Wells, I rea- surer, G. Collins; Historian. D. Lawson. 112 Library Club Boasts Largest Membership In School R. Ratliff irons the labels to library books. E. Huff works as Library Aid during studyhall. R. Austin. D. Murrie, P. Poff, F. Murrie, and B. Hylton write overdue book notices. SCA SC A Representatives decorate the lobby Christmas tree as an annual project. Officers and sponsors; ROW ONE: J.B. Simpkins, Vice- President; Mary Thompson. Secretary: Larry Mannon, Treasurer; Mrs. Radford, Sponsor. ROW TWO; Mr. Mannon, Sponsor; Ersel Manning. President; Richard Bond, Reporter. Serve The Students And Bridge The Teacher-Student Gap 114 SCA Members: ROW ONE: V. Poff, B. Boothe, A. Wade, V. Quesenberry, D. Moles, P. Hollandsworth. D. Higgs, S. Parr. ROW TWO: A. Gallimore, P. Cockram, R. Gallimore, R. Mitchell. A. Bond, J. Weddle, M. Grim, P. Thompson. ROW THREE: J. Branscome. D. Cannaday, C. Wimmer. J. Pratt. D. Wood, M. Hatcher. D. Stuart. M. Agee, S. Surber. 115 Beta Club Senior Members. Row One: V. Spence. M. Turpin. Row Two: T. Bond. A. Sowers, R. Nolen. J. Harman. R. Pugh. Row Three: VV. Naff, L. Duncan, B. Smith. J. Wood. D. Goad. Row Four: S. Sowers, V. Poff. K.. Hill, V. Spencer. Row Five: B. Rutrough. R. Weeks, D. Whitlock. D. Higgs, N. Hatcher. Row Six: M. Agee, L. O ' Connor, W. Goad. C. Surber, D. Bolt. B Hylton. Honorary Club Serves The School And Community By Sponsoring Worthy Projects Officers: N. Hatcher, Vice-President; R. Harris, President; D. Goad. Treasurer; B. Rutrough. Reporter; B. Hylton. Secretary. 116 Tapping Ceremony Inducts 46 Honor Students Junior Members; Row One: J. Wade. J. Dickerson, R. Bond. J. O ' Connor. D. Stuart. Row Two: D. Wood. B. Shank, D. Nolan. R. Moles. Row Three: A. Wade. J. Nolan. P. Harris. R. Phillips. D. Simpkins. Row Four: J. Pratt. M. McAIexander, W. McDaniel. R. Whitlock, B. Trail. Row Five: L. Rakes. A. Keith. R. Ratliff. Row Six: B. Dalton. J. Willis, V. Gardner, M. Williams. Row Seven: V. Higgs, L. Moran. B. Thompson. F. Murrie. Row Eight: L. Wells. S. Houchins, D. Reed. D. Slusher. P. Poff. Suspense is broken for Juniors as they discover the prestige of becoming newly tapped Beta Club members. 117 Quill And Scroll Quill And Scroll Sponsors Creative Writing Contests Members: ROW ONE: J. Wood, M. Conner. ROW TWO: B. Hylton, P. Poff, L. Rakes, M. Dalton, M. Agee, L. O ' Connor. ROW THREE: R. Hylton, W. Goad, L. Dalton, B. Rutrough, J. Harman. J. Holt, G. McPeak, D. Weddle. Creative Writing Contest judges Debbie Lawrence. Joyce Wood, and Barbara Rutrough examine entries for the month of November. 118 Speaker for [he November meeting was Jim Shaver from the Roanoke World News. Seniors Constitute Majority Of Quill And Scroll Membership Sponsor Miss Dobyns is confronted by G. Via. J. Dickerson, and B. Bowers for an interview about the club. 119 Hi-Y N. Hatcher. W. Naff. Coach Shull, T. Bond. E. Manning, P. Mannon. and J. Higgs prepare to leave for the district Hi-Y meeting. Officers: E. Manning. Reporter: R. Harris. Secretary; P. Mannon. President; N. Hatcher. Vice-President; W. Naff. Chaplain; J. Higgs. Treasurer. Hi-Y Endeavors To Promote Hi-Y Members: ROW ONE: W. Naff. E. Manning. R. Harris, P. Mannon, N Hatcher. C Bond J. Hi « Coach Shull. Sponsor ROW TWO: D. Quesenberry, J. Myers, C. Vest. G. Gillespie. R. Quesenberry, J. Stmpk.ns, J. Cox. ROW THREE R. Pugh P. Weeks, M. Stuart. J . Sutherland. M. Grim. D. Smith. D. Thompson. J. Edone. J. O ' Connor. ROW FOUR: R Rakes, R. Hylton. R. Phillips. R. Hollandsworth. P. Thompson. C. Simpkins, K. Wurtzburger. S. Wade. J. Harman. ROW FIVE: J. Reed. R. Weeks. G. McPeak. Turk Bond and Hi-Y President Phil Mannon discuss the club ' s membership roll and its growth. Christian Sportsmanship And Character: Sponsor Coach Shull discusses ideas for new club projects with officers P. Mannon J. Higgs, N. Hatcher, W. Naff, R. Harris, T. Bond, and E. Manning. 121 Sr. Tri-Hi-Y Senior Tri-Hi-Y members: ROW ONE: T. Kenley, C. Whitlock. M. Cockram. C. John. V. Sutphin. K. Vest. D. Weddle. D. Higgs. J. Quesenberry. S. Sowers. ROWTWO: J. Pratt. F. Gibson. k. Peters. B. Radford. S. Chesson. D. Slusher. J. Willis, W. Goad. L. Dalton. K. Hill. ROW THREE: D. Page. J. Brammer. D. Sweeney, C Page. S. Spence. J. Wimmer. k. Cox. S. Bell. B. Jones. B. Moran. ROW FOUR: B. Sowers, A. Sowers, L. Duncan. R. Weeks, J. Wimmer, Mrs. Jarratt. Sopnsor. H. Bloodworth. M. W ' illiams. V. Poff. M. Thompson. " Clean Speech, Clean Sportsmanship, Clean Scholarship, Clean Living " Motto Of The Senior- Tri-Hi- Y After many hours of planning and organization. J. W ill is. R. W eeks, and D. Slusher look at bulletin board prepared by Senior Tri-Hi-Y members. 122 Devoted Officers Head Religious Club Officers: ROW ONE: Kathy Hill, President. ROW TWO: Dian Higgs. Vice -President; Vickie Poff, Secretary; ROW THREE: Janice Willis, Trea- surer; Denise Slusher, Report- er. ROW FOUR: Rachel Weeks, Historian; Rebecca Sowers, Chanlain. 123 Jr. Tri-Hi-Y I ! ! Tri-Hi-Y Girls Send Gifts To Orphans At Joy Ranch Officers: S. Linkous, President; P. Hollandsworth, Vice-President; D. Phillips, Treasurer; J. Higgs, Reporter; J. Pratt, Secretary; P. Austin. Historian; Mrs. Willis, Sponsor; L. Moore, Chaplain. Members: Row One; Mrs. Willis, Sponsor; J. Agnew. C. Shortt, H. Harmon, C. Poff, D. Thompson. B. Boothe, B. Quesenberry, S. Nichols, S. Proffit. Row Two: J. Sweeby, K. Cox, D. Quesenberry, V. Poff, C. Marshall, D. Martin, J. Agee, A. Grim, L. Poff. Row Three: C. Hollandsworth, D. Higgs, L. Moore, D. Hylton, B. Dickerson, J. Branscome, P. Hollandsworth, D. Phillips, P. Brammer. Row Four: P. Hollandsworth, C. McGrady, D. Higgs, L. Boyd. J. Higgs, R. King, F. Cox, E. Epperly, D. Maberry, B. Harris, C. Harmon. Row Five: N. Saunders, J. Dickerson. J. Hylton, B. Duncan. P. Vest, S. Linkous. S. Palmer, N. Hatcher, V. Bolt. Row Six: B. Wood, D. Broughman, B. Pauley, W. Roop, P. Higgs, C. Tolbert. A. Tolbert. S. Parr, K. Sowers, J. Pratt. Row Seveh: B. Alderman. D. Dulaney, S. Duncan, S. Whitlock. S. Nester, P. Austin, S. Harmon. P. Austin, Historian; D. Phillips, Treasurer; S. Linkous, President; J. Higgs, Reporter; P. Hollandsworth, Vice-President. Active Members Of Jr. Tri-Hi- Y Make Money At Concessions Handbook Committee: S. Duncan, P. Vest, P. Higgs, B. Duncan, D. Hylton. E. Epperly. Scrapbook Committee: A. Tolbert, P. Austin, S. Parr, P. Hollandsworth. J. Higgs. 125 FTA FIRST ROW: V. Spangler, S. Spence, S. Agee. M. Agee. S. Surber. D. Monday. SECOND ROW: J. Claytor, R. Spencer, M. Williams, C. Surber. J. Wood. D. Wood. R. Yeatts. TFIIRD ROW: J. Stuart, H. Burnet. S. Sowers. V. Poff. D. Slusher. M. Thompson. A. Wade. J. Quesenberry. D. Whitlock. FOL ' RTFl ROW: k. Stuart. M. Spence, V. Shortt. R. Flatcher, C. Whitlock. T. kenley. S. Gulliams. S. Maberry. V. Spencer. FIFTFI ROW: S. Flouchins, J. Pratt. R. Whitlock. B. Stuart. M. Hayden. D. Lemons. SIXTH ROW: C. Keith. J. Willis, M. McAlexander. E. Claytor. C. Stuart. SEVENTH ROW: B. Thompson. L. Wells, R. Weeks. FTA’ers Demonstrate Knowledge And Skill On “Who Knows ” Quiz Show r : v en fl M mm m - m W Program Committeemen S. Spence. J. Willis. R. Weeks, D. Whitlock, and V. Spangler seem to be taking a " breather " after doing some intense work. 126 FTA Officers and Sponsor: Melinda Hayden, Treasurer; Vanessa Spencer, Secre- tary; Mrs. Turman. Sponsor; Rachel Weeks, Vice-President; Susan Sowers. President. M. Agee, S. Agee, M. Williams, and H. Burnet were in charge of the bulletin boards during the month of January. Janice Willis represented FCHS at the State Convention along with Brenda Thompson and Debbie Whitlock. Susan Sowers, Dwight Wood, Charles Surber, and Rachel Weeks appeared on the “Who Knows " quiz show — competing against Giles. 127 Science Club I I I I I i I B. Simpson. D. Weddle, and J. Agee are using an experi- ment to test for the presence of oxygen. Main Project Of Science Club . . . D. Page. M. Eanes, and R. Nolen are getting connected for a " shocking” experience. Officers and Sponsor: Mickey Hatcher. Reporter: Richard Bond. Treasurer; Robert Shelor. President: Brenda Bowers, Vice- President: Terry Moran. Secretary; Mr. Thomas. Sponsor. 128 ROW ONE: R. Thompson, L. Harman, V. Sutphin. M. Poff. G. Via. M. Angle, G. Vest, R. Nolan, Mr. Thomas, Sponsor. ROW TWO: A. Tolbert, S. Parr, C. Harris, K. Alley, R. Bolt. D. Nolen, J. Mullens, J. Nolen. P. Cockram, E. Chesson, D. L.aing, C. Moran. ROW THREE: B. Spangler, k. Smith, D. Dehart, E. Epperly, B. Dalton, V. Gardner, M. Hatcher, M. Eanes, D. Thompson, A. Wimmer, J. Agee. ROW FOUR: N. Carden, C. Page, S. Nester, P. Vest, V. Poff, C. Marshall, C. Moran, T. Moran, H. Bloodworth, D. Page. ROW FIVE: K. Boyd, M. Conner, V. Conner, B. Bowers, J. Claytor, P. Keith, S. Chesson, J. Farmer, R. Sewell. ROW SIX: S. Spence, G. Wood. D. Weddle, C. Vest, D. Sweeney, P. Strickland, R. Bond, R. Reed. ROW SEVEN: R. Austin, R. Wimmer, J. Huff, J. Worrell, C. Wimmer, P. Thompson. B. Smith, J. Wimmer. R. Bolt. ROW EIGHT: D. Strickland, A. Nester, R. Hill, D. Hatcher, J. Dickerson, R. Lovell, B. Simpson. ROW NINE: B. Yeatts. D. Lucas, R. Alderman, J. Shank. R. Moles, C. Cannaday, M. Starkey, D. Lawrence, K. Tolbert. B. Ferris, D. Weddle, and M. Eanes experiment with one of the many instruments used in Science Club demonstrations. 129 FBLA Future Business Leaders Of America Sponsor Spelling Contest V. Quesenberry. B. Smith. B. Smith, E. Huff. J. Nolen serve refreshments at concession stand for F.B.L.A. F.B.L.A. members: ROW ONE: D. Quesenberry. V. Higgs. B. Phillips, D. Quesenberry. D. Simpkins. P. Harris, R. Phillips, H. McAlexander, B. Harris. ROW TWO: R. Wimmer, O. Shank, S. Eanes. M . Brown. B. Sutphin. R. Ratliff, B. Trail, M. Huff, Mrs. Roop. Sponsor. ROW THREE: J. Brammer, B. Bolt, B. Bolt, B. Vest, B. Jones, C. Conner, B. Gulliams, P. Morris, J. Nolen. W. Blackwell. ROW FOUR: V. Quesenberry, J. Nolen. F.. Huff. B. Spradling. D. Quesenberry. S. Royal. B. Smith. B. Sowers. B. Smith, B. Smith, and B. Jones prepare to leave on F.B.L.A. trip. Spelling was one of F.B.L.A ' s project which D. Quesenberry, B. Phillips, B. Bolt made the first hundreds. FBLA March Of Dimes Drive Exceeds Goal F.B.L.A. Officers; ROW ONE: Diane Quesenberry, Scrapbook; Barbara Flarris, President; ROW TWO: Donna Quesenberry, Parliamentarian; Diane Simpkins, Reporter; Rita Phillips, Treasurer; Becky Sowers, Secretary. 131 President Neal Hatcher Heads Varsity Club Varsity Club Members: ROW ONE: Coach Bishop. N. Hatcher. ROW TWO: G. Gillespie, P. Mannon. T. Bond, J. O ' Connor. ROW THREE: R. Harris, L. Harman, H. Yeatts. R. Moles, D. Smith. ROW FOUR: D. Compton. D. Vest, R. Quesenberry, S. Janney. S. Stuart, M. Starkey. ROW FIVE: J. Walker. D. Stuart. T. Stuart, D. Thompson, R. Reed, A. Weeks, C. Moran. ROW SIX: L. White. R. Weeks, P. Weeks. M. Hatcher, L. Mannon. M. Cockram, M. Custer, J. Farmer. ROW SEVEN: E. Manning, J. Myers. A. Guilams, R. Reed. G. Ouesenberry, C. Simpkins, R. Bond, K. Wurtzburger, J. Cox. ROW EIGHT: G. Showalter, G. Clay. S. Lovitt. D. Thompson. R. Hopper. R. Pugh. M. Hicks. W. Conner. C. Vest. R. Phillips. ROW NINE: L. Sowers, F. Turman. K. Sowers. W. Harris. J. Harris, D. Pugh, W. Naff. H. Alderman. D. Smith. E. Manning. W. Naff, and N. Hatcher look over a program for an assembly. Coach S. Bishop, Sponsor; Officers: G. Gillespie. Treasur er; T. Bond. Reporter; N. Hatcher. President; D. Smith Vice-President; J. O ' Connor. Secretary. 132 Largest Varsity Club In FCHS History Sponsor S. Bishop aides Turk Bond in placing past Varsity Club Stars portraits in the lobby cabinet. Senior Gary Showalter became a member of the Varsity Club by participating in track. f. Bond and R. Harris help N. Hatcher place an award plaque in the trophy case. 133 FH A Row One: J. Wimmer, C. John. C. Harman, H. Harman, S. Duncan, D. Saunders, A, Reed, D. Nester, S. Spence. Row Two: D. Hylton, C. Hale, J. Thompson, D. Phillips, M. Peters, C. Hylton, S. Alderman, N. Carden, S. Bell. Row Three: C. Conner, D, Tolbert, Y. Boyd, N. Angel. J. Belcher, J. Nolen, B. Smith, P. Smith, B. Smith. N. Dickerson. Row Four: L. Harris, D. Conner, D. Sowers. P. Austin, E. Boyd, J. Radford, Z. Quesenberry, R. Whitlock, D. Goad. Row Five: J. Dulaney, F. Cox, J. Hylton, E. Conner. D. Jones, R. Smith, L. Quesenberry, L. Hicks, J. Duncan, D. Dulaney. Row Six: C. Hylton, C. Harris, S. Hylton. S. Harman. V. Conner, T. Bell. D. Sutphin, P. Roop, B. Hicks, B. Wood, D. Broughman. Future Homemakers Are Guided By Experienced Sponsors A. Sowers, President: M. Turpin, First Vice-President; H. McAlexander, Second Vice- President; C. Cox. Secretary. Row Two: J. Wimmer, Parliamentarian; S. Vest. Historian; C. Vest, Recreational Leader; N. Agee, Treasurer; D. Quesenberry. Reporter. 134 D. Nester, M. Turpin, L. Harris, and J. Wimmer create an attractive bulletin board in the Home Ec. room. The girls are doing projects on interior decorating. 135 Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club: Row One: Mr. Rorrer. G. Hale, L. Bower. E. Conner. B. Sowers, C. Wimmer. D. Epperly. R. Wimmer, M. Spence. D. Vaughn. J. Walker. Row Two: J. Saunders. K. Wurtzburger. C. Bower. R. Bolt. D. Lawrence, D. Quesenberry, T. Turner, K. Harris. T. Nichols B. Smith. R. Webb. Row Three: J. Vest. D. Pugh. D. Marshall. D. Wood. D. Ober, F. Moran. J. Harman. T. Quesenberry. E. Chesson. R. T urman. Row Four: J. Myers. J. Cox. G. Gilliespie. S. Vest. B. Ferris, S. Townley, R. Reed. J. Nichols, R. Sowers. D. King. S. Hubbard. T. Sowers. Row Five: R. Hopper. K. Conner. K. Quesenberry. M. Harris, C. Boyd. R. Austin. S. Janney. B. Collins, C. Shorn. D. Nolen. Industrial Arts Club — Netv For 1970-197 1 Officers; row one: Luther Bowers, Treasurer: Gary Hale, President: Jerry Myers, Vice-President: Row ' Two: Kenneth Wurtzburger. Sergeant of Arms: Gary Gillespie, Reporter: Donnie Epperly. Secretary. M. Spence. J. Myers. D. Quesenberry, G. Hale, R Quesenberry, R. Webb, prepare for initiation before club meeting. 136 President G. Hale meets with K. Wurtzburger. D. Wood, to plan next club meeting. Industrial Arts students finish project to turn in for a grade. First Year Is Complete Success With Very Large Membership Roll 137 FFA I hird Year FFA: ROW ONE: J. Holt. L. Quesenberry, S. Weeks. D. Akers. R. Marshall. J. Duncan. K. Sowers. A. Wimmer, R. Weeks, ROW I WO: C. Conner. S. Wade. j. Conner. D. Hubbard. S. Moles. R. Thompson. B. Reed. J. Akers. M. Cockram. H. Yates. ROW THREE: E. Eanes. M. Tankersley. M. Quesenberry. R. Akers. J. Huff, R. Belcher. M. Harman. C. Harris. B. Belcher. J. Helms. ROW FOUR: B. Trail. D. Goad. R. Goad. R. Davis. J. Reed. R. Rakes. D. Lucas. 1.. White. B. Harris, ROW FIVE: G. Hylton, L. Abbot. D. Yates. W. Boothe. G. Showalter. R. Hatcher, R. Weeks, C. Conner. R. Mills. G. Williams. " Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Learning to i WiS w Igl ' Sf ' ■ _ .HP " Jni 1 i f ROW ONE: T. Nichols. R. Moles. G. Clay. R. Belcher. D. Lucas. R. Phillips. ROW TWO: R. Hollandsworth. S. Vest. D. Cox. R. Hylton. W. Clay. ROW THREE: Sponsors: L. Keith. K. Phillips. 138 ROW ONE: K. Alderman, C. Radford, F. Sweeney, P. Barren, C. Ballinger. B. Graham. H. Shelton, ROW TWO: W. Sowers, C. Sowers, B. Moran, C. Simpkins, M. Wilson, J. Helm. B. Trail. R. Epperly. C. Phillips. M. Carr. ROW THREE: D. Thompson, R. McAlexander, W. Stuart, R. Wimmer. M. Stump. R. Weeks. I.. Huff, .1. Pugh, T. Weddle, C. Harmon, R. Lovell. ROW FOUR: H. Farley, G. Akers. ,1. Whitlock. D. Weddle, L. Cox. R. Gallimore, D. Reed, M. Nolen. T. Moran, O. Conner, D. Belcher. Live, Living to Serve — Motto Of the FFA ROW ONE: W. Beran. C. Duncan, C. Farmer, T. Janney. C. Holt. K. Cox. T. Staples. P. Reed. G. Smith. ROW TWO: J. Huff. L. Quesenberry, G. Akers, R. Hylton. R. Muncy, L. Cockram, A. Hubbard. R. Jones. P. Radford. G. Robertson. ROW THREE: R. Nolen, G. Cox, L. Phillips, A. Bond, N. Phillips, J. Beaver, R. Higgs, C. Davis. T. Conner, T. Bell, J. Weddle. ROW FOUR: S. Duncan. D. Boothe, L. Phillips, J . Hatcher, A. Weeks. R. Slusher, D. Hollan, C. Conner, D. Criner. W. Goff, C. Conner. 139 KVG Row One: J. Holt, S. Moles. D. Lucas, N. Sowers, C. Simpkins, D. Smith. D. Criner, J. Beaver, J. Helms. Row Two: J. Conner, D. Hubbard, T. Nichols, H. Yates, B. Harris, B. Reed, G. Harris. R. Belcher, B. Davis, C. Kennley. Row Three: R. Weeks, D. Belcher, W. Stuart, R. Lovell, R. Wimmer, R. Mills, B. Belcher, k. Bower, C. Vest. Row Four: R. Moles, D. Holland, R. Hylton. R. Phillips, L. Phillips, G. Summer, G. Showalter. D. Akers, R. Marshall. S. Weeks, J. Duncan. Row Five: J. Reed, R. Rakes, D. Yates, S. Vest. W. Boothe, C. Goad, J. Hatcher, E. Sweeney, G. Hylton, M. Stump. R. Weeks, P. Pratt. Row Six: J. Akers, K. Sowers. P. Reed. New Sponsor Takes Charge Of The KVG Mr. Keith explains to R. Mills, the methods of using different tools. Student Teacher, Mr. Phillips demonstrates to students, M. Cockram. S. Weeks and C. Conner the controls that regulates the electricity. , 140 Forest-Fire Fighting Is Specialty Of The KVG CREW LEADERS AND ASSISTANTS: Row One: R. Belcher, M. Cockram, A. Wimmer, R. Hollandsworth, W. Clay. Row Two: Mr. Keith, G. Keith, R. Hatcher, L. White, G. Clay, Mr. Keith. FFA Students: H. Yates, D. Lucas, G. Clay, R. Phillips, R. Hollandsworth, R. Davis, W. Clay, J. Holt examine trees for years of growth. Mr. Keith, W. Clay, M. Cockrem, L. Abbott and R. Belcher demonstrate fire fighting tools. 141 guL m J. v y - Hr A f . i l } I i $ mm i -■ i imm pr — NYC Members: ROW ONE: B. Stuart. W. Blackwell. R. Hylton. R. Weeks. G. Show ' alter. W. Clay. Mrs. Albert. Mrs. Dalton. Sponsors. ROW TWO: V. Spencer. W. Stuart. D. Huff. M. Cockram. R. Bond. D. Thompson. D. Smith. D. Goad. C. Bond. ROW THREE: B. Hubbard. R. Ratliff, E. Saunders, W. McDaniel. D. Quesenberry, D. Snavely. J. Wade. Akers. S. Stuart, P. Weddle. ROW FOUR: I. Bolden. R. Hopper. J. Sutherland, J. Perkins. F. Ballinger. B. Goad. M. Browm. B. Sutphin. N. Angle, J. Marshall. ROW FIVE: P. Moran. A. Keith. C. Conner. M. Conner. D. Quesenberry. N. Dickerson, M. Turpin, C. Goad. B. Ferris. K. Bower. ROW SIX: L. Bolt. D. Bolt. S. Sowers. Neigh b or hood Youth Corps Works Eagerly To Aide FCHS Personnel Mrs. Poff supervises B. Sutphin as she performs her duties as office aide. 142 NYC Aides Mary Turpin and Debbie Bolt prepare file materi al on the entire student body for the guidance office. Mrs. Albert outlines the schedule of duties for her NYC Aide M. Turpin. 143 Honors Attendants for the Snow Queen were: Vicki Quesenberry, Dian Higgs. Vicki Poff, and Alisa Wade. Mary Thompson Reigns Over The 1970 Christmas Parade As Snow Queen ♦fcflr Mary Thompson was selected by the Senior Class to reign as Snow Queen. 144 Still Smiling In The Rain, Barbara Harris Was Crowned Homecoming Queen In An Indoor Ceremony Even in rainy Homecoming weather. Queen Barbara Harris remained beautiful and smiling. Homecoming Attendants: J. Branscome, B. Mannon, D. Higgs, R. Austin, J. Agee. R. Mitchell. Second Row: S. Linkous, R. Slusher. M. Thompson, C. Boyd. P. Hollandsworth. E. Chesson, Third Row: S. Bond. M. Poff, D. Moles, R. Austin. Fourth Row: V. Quesenberry, C. Shortt, B. Harris, Queen; R. Pugh, D. Slusher, R. Moles. Honors I Members of the newly organized PEP BAND were D. Monday. B. Dalton. J. Farmer. S. Spence. B. Muntzing. S. Thompson. R. Thompson. D. Thompson, and S. Chesson. Winners of the Voice of Democracy Speech Contest were B. Bowers. Second Place: C. Surber. First Place: and J. Willis, Third Place. HilUki [JtCIT uk.lL! Ijn c Candidates for the DAR Citizenship Award were K.. Hill. V. Poff. and B. Harris. K.. Hill received the award. R. Turman. D. Compton. R. Hollandsworth. J. Higgs, and R. Slusher were high class salesmen for the fall Magazine Campaign. Candidates for Madonna and Angel were: K. Hill. A. Sowers, B. Sowers. R. Weeks, B. Harris, and H. Burnet. K. Hill and B. Harris were chosen Angel and Madonna by the Senior Class. Varsity Cheerleaders FCHS Cheerleaders Encourage High Spirits D. Page, A. Wade, K. Hill. V. Gardner, V. Quesenberry, J. Wood, L. Alderman. 148 Kathy Hill, Co-Captain Joyce Wood, Captain Susan Bond Linda Alderman Alisa Wade 149 J .V. Cheerleaders J.V. Cheerleaders: Front: Elaine Britt, Beverly Quesenberry. Brenda Boothe. Back: Shelby Thompson. Jo Palmer. Norma Hatcher, Co-Captain; and Diane Maberry, Captain. Vivacious Eighth And Ninth Grade Girls . . . Alternate Carol Guilliams seems to be enjoying her role as a J unior Varsity Cheerleader. A speedy side line yell always keeps the crowds cheering. 150 A new spirit idea was tried out this year with posters boosting victory. Varsity and J.V. Cheerleaders worked together in creating the best spirit in FCHS history. . . . Make Up The Exciting Team of J.V. Cheerleaders Great " is popular with the J.V. Cheerleaders as a real " go get ' em " cheer. Football HOMECOMING HIGH LIGHTS GRIDIRON AS . . . Row One: R. Quessenberry, C. Bond, P. Mannon, J. Myers, K. Stuart, R. Harris, G. Vest, R. Yeatts, Mgr. M. Hodges. Row Two: J. Simpkins, M. Grim. N. Hatcher, E. Manning, L. Keith, J. Rutrough. S. Cox, G. Spence. Row Three: Coach Raines, C. Moran, D. Smith, J. O Connor. P. Weeks, R. Bond, L. Mannon, D. Pugh, Coach Shull. 153 Football J. Myers and P. Mannon help T. Bond to his feet after scoring first touchdown of season. Senior linemen for the Buffaloes are Row One: E. Manning, End; K. Stuart, Guard; J. Myers, Guard; R. 154 BACK TO NEW RIVER JS 0 T. Bond and N. Hatcher look on after P. Weeks has made a tackle on a Blacksburg Indian. G. Spence watches as Radford tackles a Buffalo. 155 Football JUNIOR VARSITY GO 2-4 J.V. Football Team. ROW ONE: D. Walker. M. Starkey. A. Gulliams. D. Spence. E. Turman, W. Conner. J. Pugh. C. Simpkins. ROW TWO: J. Yeatts. J. Vest. W ' . Clay. M. Stuart. D. Thompson. C. Wimmer. S. Janney. J. Quesenberry. M. Angle. ROW THREE: Manager G. Wood. S. Hubbard. D. Thompson. D. Criner. R. Sewell, H. Farley. J. Walker. D. Stuart. W. Harris. W. Golf. Coach Bishop. Floyd 8 Christiansburg 0 Floyd 14 Rural Retreat 12 Floyd 0 Galax 6 Floyd 8 Fort Chiswell 20 Floyd 16 Carroll County 24 Floyd 6 Giles 26 Dennis Stuart runs the ball in practice... ... and is tackled by his teamates, D. Thompson (73). D. Thompson (32), M. Angle (74). D. Criner (66). J. Quesenberry (63). and J. Walker (42), as C. Wimmer (44). looks on. 156 Eighth Grade Football Team: ROW ONE: L. Phillips, H. Smith, N. Phillips, D. Boothe. K. Brown, B. Mannon. L. Phillips. ROW TWO: P. Higgins, G. Cox, G. Moran, R. Weeks, A. Nolen. ROW THREE: R. Hollandswirth. P. Radford, R. Epperly, T. Janney, A. Bond, R. Mitchell, J. Casteel. The captains for the eighth grade team were; B. Mannon, R. Weeks, and K. Brown. Rookie Coach Ed Goss taught the eighth graders the fundamentals and skills of football. BABY BUFFS GET 1 WIN 157 I ntramurals Girls Go Forth In Sports Competition By Participating In Volleyball And Tennis Winning Team— Row One: K. Repass, M. Williams, Mrs. Ross. S. Agee, k. Graham. Row Two: D. Slusher. T. Moran. A. Wimmer, C. Moran. C. Smith. P. Poff. F. Murrie. 158 “Oops! I missed. " Sophomore Cindy Smith unsuccessfully attemps to return a serve. Juniors Vicki Gardner and Alisa Wade congratulate each other on the success of the last return. 159 Basketball ROOKIE COACH ED GOSS Jump Ball. Senior players are: T. Bond. E. Manning. D. Goad. W. Naff. R. Pugh, and P. Mannon. Floyd 52 Wytheville 78 Floyd 54 Radford 80 Floyd 48 Narrows 46 Floyd 62 Christiansburg 53 Floyd 72 Dublin 74 Floyd 50 Pulaski 93 Floyd 44 Blacksburg 74 Floyd 79 Galax 78 Floyd 60 Carroll County 57 Floyd 62 Giles 63 Floyd 85 Wytheville 96 Floyd 47 Radford 87 Floyd 52 Narrows 77 Floyd 75 Christiansburg 63 Floyd 69 Dublin 62 Floyd 59 Pulaski 90 Floyd 39 Blacksburg 56 Floyd 61 Galax 70 160 LEADS BUFFALO CAGERS R. Pugh goes up for a tip-in against Christiansburg. P. Mannon moves into position for a rebound against Blacksburg. Bond takes aim for two points while D. Goad prepares to “crash the boards.” D. Goad takes a shot against Christiansburg. 161 Basketball ROBERT PUGH IS HIGH R. Pugh takes rebound from Christiansburg. SCORER FOR BUFFALOES The Buffaloes are called into a huddle for instructions on further plays. E. Manning awaits a rebound. Baseball FLOYD JAYVEES TAKE THIRD IN NEW RIVER I mmm ■ ■ — ■■ ■ IMHI MMI ■ ■■IflV IMI ■■■ ■■ L ■■■ ■■■ ■ r " ’ i— mW ' 1 ■HI BBB MH| k jjjEM Mfp? • j !■■ ■■ m Mi M— i i M 1 ■ m v Row 1: A. Gallimore. J. Lemons, D. Vest, M. Grim, L. Mannon. Row 2: C. Goad. R. Bond, J. Wimmer, B. Collins. D. Smith, Coach Bishop. David Smith and Barry Collins prepare to rebound a shot by Christiansburg. Floyd 63 Floyd 45 Floyd 55 Floyd 53 Floyd 45 Floyd 41 Floyd 45 Floyd 57 Floyd 52 Floyd 39 Floyd 49 Floyd 56 Floyd 53 Floyd 53 Floyd 60 Floyd 33 Floyd 52 Floyd 46 Floyd 44 Wytheville Radford Narrows Christiansburg Dublin Pulaski Blacksburg Galax Giles Wytheville Radford Narrows Christiansburg Dublin Pulaski Blacksburg Galax Radford Pulaski 164 EIGHTH GRADE HAS 3-5 RECORD NINTH GRADE HAS 3-1 RECORD Row One: T. Spangler, T. Stuart, E. Turman, R. Vest, A. Guilliams. Row Two: P. Thompson, P. Cockram, L. Sowers, W. Goff, R. Reed, Coach B. Shull. Floyd 40 Dublin 36 Floyd 41 Dublin 25 Floyd 36 Dublin 41 Floyd 43 Dublin 25 Row One: R. Hollandsworth, B. Mannon, K. Brown, A. Bond, B. Akers. Row Two: J. Casteel, G. Moran, D. Boothe, B. Harris, Coach Raines. Floyd 31 Christiansburg 51 Floyd 29 Christiansburg 21 Floyd 42 Wytheville 72 Floyd 40 Christiansburg 48 Floyd 28 Auburn 26 Floyd 43 Christiansburg 21 Floyd 16 Wytheville 53 Floyd 26 Dublin 39 165 MHI Baseball BASEBALL TEAM GETS Row One: C. Simpkins, M. Starkey, D. Pugh. Managers; C. Sowers, W. Harris. Row Two: D. Compton, D. Thompson, R. Harris, N. Hatcher. D. Stuart. S. Janney, C. Moran, R. Bond. Row Three: Coach Bishop. A. Smith, D. Vest, R. Bond, E. Manning, R. Slusher, P. Weeks, W. Starkey, P. Thompson. Floyd 1 Christiansburg 6 Floyd 7 Carroll County 8 Floyd 3 Christainsburg 2 Floyd 5 Carroll County 3 Floyd 6 Woolwine 1 Floyd 7 Shawsville 0 Floyd 1 Dublin 2 Floyd 5 Fort Chiswell 3 Floyd 4 Fries 5 Floyd 0 Independence 3 Floyd 9 Shawsville 2 Floyd 1 Rural Retreat 4 Floyd 1 Rural Retreat 10 Floyd 1 1 Fort Chiswell 12 Floyd 7 Fries 6 Floyd 0 Independence 2 Those chosen for All District were: W. Starkey and R. Slusher. 166 AN 8 WIN — 8 LOSS RECORD Allen Smith gets a hit against Christiansburg. W. Starkey dives into first base. Richard Slusher is tagged out by an Independence player. 167 Track FLOYD TRACKMEN ARE Track Team: ROW ONE: G. Showalter, ROW TWO: D Phillips, G. Collins, J, Simpkins, R. Reed, A Weeks, W. Conner, L. Sowers, E. Turman. T. Stuart. R. Vest. ROW THREE: T. Quesenberry, H. Keith. R. Hopper, D. Smith, L. Mannon, J. O ' Connor, C. Bond. W. Naff, J. Myers, S. Cox. ROW FOUR: J. Cox, K. Stuart. L. Mannon, J. Porter, A. Smith, W. Beale, D. Pugh. J. Farmer. ROW FIVE: H. Alderman. J. Dalton, L. Goad. D. Quesenberry, F. Taylor, J. Quesenberry. J. Walker, R. Pugh. S. Lovitt. Coach Maxson watches as Robert Rugh and . . . . . Fred Taylor put the shot in the weightman ' s division. 168 DISTRICT 9 CHAMPIONS ROW ONE: R. Pugh, L. Mannon, T, Ouesenberry, J. Porter, A. Smith, W. Beale. ROW TWO: H. Alderman, J. Dalton, L. Goad, J. O ' Connor, D. Quessenberry, L. Mannon, G. Showalter, and J. Ouesenberry made State Group Two B Track Meet. Tennis HARRY YATES LEADS NETMEN OF FCHS Harold Sowers. Mickey Hatcher. 171 Golf GOLF IS RETURNED TO Coach Raines demonstrates to the team the proper way to address the ball. David Strickland tees off. Lane Robertson shows follow through. 172 THE FCHS SPORTS FIELD M ark Custer prepares to tee off. David Thompson studies the ball in preparation for a shot onto the green. 173 Bus Drivers Bus Drivers: A. Boluj Lee. S. Thompson. il usher. 174 Students Get “ Under The Wheel " Experience By Being Student Bus Drivers D. Lucas. S. Thomas. G. Keith. R. Belcher, B. Reed. K. Sowers, L. Abbott, K. Wurtzburger, R. Webb, are student bus drivers. Bus Driving Proves To Be A Big Responsibility For The Bus Drivers SCHOOL BUS STOP STATE LAW % 175 Cooks And Custodians Lunchroom Workers First Row: E. Hylton. V. Spence, L. Hylton. Back Row: B. Keith, B. Shortt, P. Hale, and M. Kidd. A Clean Building And Delicious Meals Are Prepared By Cooks And Custodians Custodial Crew: J. Thomas, L. Akers, R. Thomas, and M. Via. ADVERTISEMENTS SWEENEY S USED CARS Floyd - Roanoke Route 22 1 Doug Sweeney and M.L. 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SIMPSON S OF CHECK B. P. Simpson Owner and Operator Check Va. 24072 BLUE RIDGE CAFE For The Best In Home Cooked Food Floyd Virginia T.B. Lee, Agent Heating Oil-Kerosene Floyd, Va. FARMER S SUPPLY COOPERATION Floyd, Virginia Hardware, Paints, and Small Appliances Compliments of DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. Roanoke Va. SAUNDERS AND CECIL INC. Wholesalers in Dry Goods Serving The People Of Floyd Salem Virginia 185 Advertisement Floyd Auto Supply Graham School Pictures Inc. Our School Photographers Edgemont and Duncan Bristol Tenn. Floyd Virginia Harris Cleaners Compliments Of Virginia Foods Inc. Sponsoring EG. A. And I.N.S. Stores Salem Virginia 186 Boosters Bob ' s Radio T. V. Abbott’s Trucking Co. Pine Tavern Mrs. W.C. Simpson Patron Floyd Extension Stafl 187 SENIOR DIRECTORY AGEE. MARGARET ETHEL Pep Club 1,2; Science Club 1.3. Reporter 2; Class Treasurer 1; Band 1.2, 3. 4; S.C.A. Representative 1.3.4. Alternate 2; F.T.A. 3.5; Beta Club 4,5; Quill Scroll 5; Highland Scops 5; One Act Play 4.5. AKERS. MAE BELL ALDERMAN. HENRY ELDR1DGE Football 1,2. 3, 4, Letter 2,3.4; Track 1,2, 3,4, Letter 4; Basketball 1.2,3; F.F.A. 3,4; Varsity Club 5, Secretary 3,4. AUSTIN, RANDELL NUGENT Industrial Arts Club 5. BALLINGER. FRANCES ANNE F.H.A. 2.4.5; N.Y.C. 5. BELCHER. JUDY MARLENE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1.2; F.H.A. 2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3.4; Library Club 3,4,5. BELCHER. RONALD DAVID F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4, 5; S.C.A. Representative 1; Convention Dele- gate 1; Executive Committee 3,4. BELCHER. RONDEL LEE F.F.A. 2, Reporter 3,4, Secretary 5; Green Hand Award 2; K.V.G. Crewleader 5; Chapter Farmer Award 3; Foundation Award 4. BLACKWELL. WANDA FAYE N.Y.C. 3,4,5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 4; F.B.L.A. 5. BOLT. DEBRA KAY F.H.A. 1,3, Historian 2, Degree 1,2; F.T.A. 3; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 4; N.Y.C. 4,5; Library Club 4,5; Beta Club 4,5. BOND. CHARLES LEONARD Football 3,4,5, Captain 1, Co-Captain 2, Football Award 2, Letter 3,4: Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Track 2, 3,4, 5, Co-Captain 1, Letter 2,3; Homecoming Escort 1; Class Vice President 1,2; School Convention Delegate 1: S.C.A. Representative 2, Alternate 1, Treasurer 3; Class Reporter 3; Class Treasurer 4; Varsity Club 4,5, Vice President 3; Hi-Y 3,4,5; Boys State 4; N.Y.C. 4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Tennis 5. BOOTHE. GARY WAYNE F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4. BOWER. CALVIN LEWIS Science Club Award 3; Industrial Arts Club 5. BOWER, LUTHER WAYNE F.F. A. 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Science Club 3; Pep Club 3; Library Club 4,5; Industrial Arts Club 5, Treasurer 5. CLAYTOR. EARL EUGENE Football 1; Upward Bound 4,5; Student Advisory Committee 5. COCKRAM. JEANETTE DAVIS Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Pep Club 2. COCKRAM. MERLE LORETTA F.H.A. 2,3.4. COMPTON. DANNY WAYNE Baseball 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Band 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2, 3,4, 5; Pep Club 1,2; Basketball Manager 1; Phys. Ed 5; Varsity Club 5. CONNER. WILLIAM MICHAEL Library Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2. CONNER. SANDRA ELAINE Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 2. COX. DONNIE RAY DALTON, LINDA MARLENE F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, 5; Safety Patrol 4,5. DALTON. LOIS ELAINE Science Club 1; Library Club 2,3; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,5; Quill Scroll 4, Vice President 5; County Crier Associate Editor 4, Editor 5. DALTON. M ARY HANNAH Band 1.2,4; Debate Team 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4, 5; Creative Writing, Jr. Division Award 2; One Act Play 4,5; School Forensics 2; Spelling 2nd Place, Poetry 3rd Place, Poetry 1st Place 4, Spelling 2nd Place, V.H.S.L. State Contest 4. Poetry 1st Place; Quill Scroll 5, Secretary 4; County Crier 4,5; Choir 5; Phys. Ed. 5. DICKERSON. NANA GALE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1: Library Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 4; N.Y.C. 4. DULANEY. HADEN ALTON Alternate S.C.A. Representative 1; Safety Patrol 2. DUNCAN, ARTHUR WAYNE Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4, 5: K.V.G. 1,2, 3, 4,5. DUNCAN, LINDA SUE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,5; F.H.A. 1,2,3.4,5; Beta Club 4,5, EDONE, JOSEPH BIANCO Hi-Y 4,5; Industrial Arts Club 5. EPPERLY, DONALD RAY Basketball 1. BURNETT, HENRIETTA SHELOR One Act Play 2; Intramurals 2; F.T.A. 2; Girls State 4. FARMER, EUNICE E1.AINE Science Fair Winner 2. CLAY. GARY WENDELL F.F .A. 2,5, Treasurer 3, Reporter 4; Track 3,4. FERRIS. BENTLEY GERALD 188 SENIOR DIRECTORY GOAD. DAVID RAY F.F.A. 1,2, Treasurer 3; Judging Contests: Tool Judging, Seed and Garden, Forestry 1,2; Convention Delegate 1; S.C.A. Rep- resentative 2; N. Y.C. 4,5; Beta Club 4,5, Treasurer 5. GOAD, WANDA KAYE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1.2; Glee Club 2; Beta Club 4,5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Quill Scroll 5; Crier Staff 5. GORDON, RUBY JANE HALE, GARY LYNWOOD Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 1; Pep Club 1; Science Fair Award 3; Library Club 5; Industrial Arts Club President 5. HARMAN, JOSEPH MARTIN Track 1; Pep Club 2; Football 2; Homecoming Escort 3,4; Beta Club 4,5; Bison S taff 5; Quill Scroll Treasurer 5. HARMON, JAMES SIMPSON Glee Club 1; Homecoming Escort 2; Industrial Arts Club 5. HARMON, LARRY MARK Football I; Manager 2,3; Basketball Manager 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4,5; Pep Club 2; Varsity Club 4,5. HARRIS. BARBARA JEAN Convention Delegate 1; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1, Chaplain 2; Sr. Tri-Hi- Y 3; F.H.A. 3,4; Homecoming Attendent 3,4, Homecoming Queen 5; Snow Queen Court 4; S.C.A. Representative 4; F.B.L.A. 4, President 5. HARRIS. ROGER JAMES Football 1, 2, 3,4,5; Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3,4; Track 1; S.C.A. Representative 1,2; Class President 4. HARRIS. POSEY KIRBY HATCHER, NEAL BRUCE S.C.A. Representative 1,2,3; Track 1; Football 1, 2,3,4, 5; Letter 2, 3, 4,5; Class Secretary 1; Pep Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2; Baseball 2, 3, 4,5, Letter 4; Class Treasurer 3; Varsity Club 3,4, President 5; Hi-Y Treasurer 3,4, Vice President 5; Graduation Marshall 4; Beta Club 4, Vice President 5; Football Award 4; Bison Staff 5. HATCHER, ROBERT EUGENE F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4,5; k.V.G. 1, 2, 3,4,5; Executive Committee 4. HIGGS, DIANE PEARL Pep Club I; F.H.A. I; Homecoming Court 1, 2, 3, 5; Sr. Tri-Hi- Y 4, Vice President 5; Beta Club 4,5; Bison Staff 5: F.B.L.A. 5, Reporter 4; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Class Secretary 2,5; S.C.A. Secre- tary 4; Graducation Marshall 4. HILL, CLINTON LEE F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 5. HILL, GRADY LAWRENCE HILL, KATHY JEAN Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1, Secretary 2; S.C.A. Representative 1,2; Homecoming Court 2,4; Beta Club 4,5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 4, President 5; Cheerleader 4,5; Snow Queen Court 4; Girl ' s State 4. HOLT JOHN WAYNE F.F.A. 3,4; Quill Scroll 5; Crier Staff 5. HUFF, CATHERINEDYANN Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; F.H.A. 2,3; F.B.L.A. 4. HUFF, EDWEARD RAY Track I; F.F.A. 2, 3,4, 5. HUFF, KENNY RAY F.F.A. 3,4. HYLTON, BARBARA MARSHALL Pep Club 1 ; Glee Club 1 ; Cheerleader 3; S.C.A. Representative 3; Homecoming Court 3; Library Club 5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y I . HYLTON, REBECCA ANN Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,5; Library Club 4,5; Beta Club 4. Secretary 5; Cheerleading 4; Quill Scroll 5. HYLTON, RE ETA GAIL KING, WILLIAM DOUG KEITH, JERRY GLEN F.F.A. 2, 3,4,5; K.V.G. 4,5. KEITH, HOWARD DENNIS Football 1,2; F.F.A. 2,3,4; Track 4. LAWRENCE, DEBORAH ANN Beta Club 4.5; Crier Staff 4,5; Library Club 2; F.T.A. 3; Quill Scroll 4,5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y I; Science 3,4. LAWSON. DONNA MARIE Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Band 1,2; Pep Club 2; Library Club 3,4, Histori- an 2,5. LOVITT. STEVEN DALE Track 3.4,5; Football 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4,5. LUCAS, DANIEL WAYNE F.F.A. 2,3. Vice President 4. LUCAS, DONALD STUART F.F.A. 1,2. MANNING, ERSEL ADAM Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1,2,3; Baseball 3,4; Class Reporter 1; Pep Club 1,2; Band 2. 3, 4, 5; F.T.A. 3; Hi-Y 4, Reporter 3,5; Varsity Club 4,5; S.C.A. Vice President 4, President 5. MANNON, PHILIP ARTHUR Basketball 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain I, Letter 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 5, Letter 3; Football 3,4,5, Letter 4; Pep Club 1; Track Manager I; S.C.A. Representative 4; Class Treasurer 4; Varsity Club 4,5; Hi-Y 4, President 5. MARSHALL. DAREL1. ANDREW Beta Club 4,5; Industrial Arts Club 5. MARTIN JUDITH ANN N. Y.C. 5. 189 SENIOR DIRECTORY Me ALEX AN PER, HELEN SUE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1. Reporter 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3. Historian 4, 2nd Vice President 5; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5. McDaniel, ruth F.H.A. 1. McPEAK. GERALD DAMP Track 3,4; Hi-Y 4.5; Quill Scroll 4,5; Crier Staff 4. Associate Editor. MORAN, PATRICIA LEE F.H.A. 1. 2,3.4; N.Y.C. 3,4,5. MYERS. J ERRY WAYNE Pep Club 1,2; Football 1,2, 3,4,5; Track 1, 2,3,4; S.C.A. Repre- sentative 4. NAFF. WILLIAM ARTHUR Pep Club 1; Track 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4.5; F T. A. 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Varsity Club 4,5; Beta Club 5. NESTER, CHARLOTTE ANN Pep Club 1,2; TV. Cheerleader 1,2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Jr. Tri- Hi-Y 2; Library Club 3,4,5. NICHOLS. THOMAS ALPINE Basketball 1; Track 1: F.F.A. 4,5, Seed Grain Show 3; K.V.G. 5, Assistant Crew leader 4. NICHOLS. TIMOTHY ANDREW NOLEN. JOYCE HANCOCK Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Library Club 2; F.B.L.A. 5; F.H.A. 5. NOLEN. RANDALL EUGENE Homecoming Escort 4; Beta Club 4,5; Science Club 3,4,5; In- dustrial Arts Club 5. OCONNOR, LAUREL ELIZABETH Band 1,2; Library Club 2, 3,4,5; Crier Staff 3,4; Beta Club 4,5; Quill Scroll 4,5; One Act Play 5; School Photographer 5; S.I.P.A. 4. OUSLEY, MARY HUFF Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1.2; F.H.A. 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5. PAGE, DEBORAH JEAN Cheerleader 1,5, Captain 2; Pep Club 1,2; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Science Club 2,3,4,5; F.T.A. 3; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 4.5: Bison Staff 2, Assistant Editor 5; Graduation Marshall 4; Convention Dele- gate 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Platform Committee 2; All-District Chorus 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; S.C.A. Representative Alternate 2; Homecoming Court Alternate 2. PERKINS, JOYCE HYLTON F.H.A. 2; N.Y.C. 4,5. POFF. PHYLLIS ELAINE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Library Club 2, 3,4,5; Forensics 3,4,5; One Act Play 4: Beta Club 5; Quill Scroll 5. POFF, VICKI MAE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Secre- tary 5; Library Club 4; Beta Club 4,5; S.C.A. Representative 5. PRATT, MICHAEL LEE PUGH, ROBERT LESLIE Track 1, 2,3,5: Basketball 1.2,3,4,5: Hi-Y 3,4,5; S.C.A. Repre- sentative 4; Beta Club 4,5; Class President 3,5; Varsity Club 4,5. QUESENBERRV, DONNIE LEE Football 1,2; Track 1, 2,3,4; F.F.A. 3. QUESENBERRY. LARRY DEAN F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 5. QUESENBERRY. RUSSELL EDON Football 3,4,5; F.F.A. 3,4; Hi-Y 4; Varsity Club 4. QUESENBERRY, TIMMY ALLEN REED. BENNETT WAYNE F.F.A. 2. 3. 4, 5: K.V.G. 3,4,5. RUTROUGH. BARBARA ELIZABETH Crier Staff 3,4. Associate Editor 5; Band 4,5; Quill Scroll President 5; Beta Club 4. Reporter 5. SHELOR. GEORGE DUDLEY Glee Club 1,2; One Act Play 4. SHELOR, ROBERT NEAL Science Club 1.2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, President 5; Band 2,3,4; Basketball 1. SHOWALTER. GARY EDWARD F.F.A. 2,3,4; Track 3,4. SIMPKINS. TOMMY WAYNE SMITH. BONNIE LOU Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; F.H.A. 1.2,4; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Beta Club 4.5. SMITH. BRENDA SUE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Library Club 3,4; F.B.L.A. 4,5. SMITH. BRUCEWAVNE Football 2; Science Club 4,5; Industrial Arts 5; Library Club 4,5. SMITH. PATRICIA LYNN Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1.2; Library Club 2, 3,4,5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; F.H.A. 5. SOWDER. BARBARA ANN N.Y.C. 2. SOWERS. ALICE MARIE F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, President 5; Beta Club 4,5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 5. SOWERS. HAROLD LEWIS Football 1,2; Tennis 3,4,5; F.F.A. 1. 190 SENIOR DIRECTORY SOWERS. KENNETH RAY Football 1; Glee Club 2; Baseball 2; F.F.A. 4,5; K.V.G. 4,5. SOWERS. REBECCA RUTH Glee Club 1,2,3; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Convention Delegate 1; F.B.L.A. 4, Secretary 5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 4, Chaplain 5. SOWERS. RUSSELL WAYNE F.F.A. 1,2,3. SOWERS. STEVEN MOORE Football 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3. SOWERS. SUSAN LYNN Pep Club 1,2; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1, President 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Class President 1; Class Reporter 2; Delegate at Large 1,2; Secretary S.C.A. 3; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; F.T.A. 4, President 5; Beta Club 4,5; Graduation Marshall 4. SPENCE, MICHAEL GREY Pep Club 1,2; Football 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4,5; Track 3; Industrial Arts Club 5; Bison Staff 5. SPENCE, VELVA MARIE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Beta 4,5. SPENCER. VANESSA IRENE Glee Club 1,5; F.T.A. 3,4; Beta Club 4,5. STUART, BARBARA LUCILLE F.T.A. 3,4,5. STUART. CHESTER ROY STUART, JILL RENEE Pep Club 1,2; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; F.T.A. 3,5, Reporter 4; Beta Club 5. STUART, KENNETH RAYE Pep Club 2; F.T.A. 5; Football 5; Track 5. STUART, UYCLESS SELWYN Football 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Basketball 3. SUMPTER, JERRY LEE F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4,5. SURBER, CHARLES WINN Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 5; Tennis 1; Football 1; Basketball 1; Pep Club 2; F.T.A. 1,2; All State District Delegate; One Act Play 4. THOMAS, STEVEN ALLEN THOMPSON, MARY KATHRYN Pep Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court 1,2, 3, 4,5; F.T.A. 3; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,5; S.C.A. Repre- sentative 3; Class Secretary 3; S.C.A. Secretary 5. TURNER. TIMON JAY Industrial Arts Club 5. TURPIN, MARY ANN Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Science Club 2; Library Club 3, President 4; N.Y.C. 4,5. VEST, ALLEN DAVID Football 1; Basketball 1; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 1. VEST, GILBERT WAYNE Pep Club 1; Football 1,2,3,4,5; Hi-Y 2,3. WADE. SAMUEL EUGENE F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4,5; Hi-Y 5. WEBB. RUSSELL WILLIE Football 1,2, 3, 5; Track 1; Baseball 2. WEDDLE. POSEY F.F.A. 2, 3,4,5; K.V.G. 5. WEEKS. RACHEL LINDA Pep Club 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,3,4, Treasurer 2, Historian 5; Beta Club 4,5; S.C.A. Reporter 4, FTA 3,4, Vice President 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4, Flag Squad Captain 5. WEEKS. ROBERT WAYN E Track 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1,2; Varsity Club 3. WHITE, LONNIE RAY WHITLOCK. DEBORAH ANN Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 1,2; Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5; F.T.A. 3,4; Beta Club 4,5; All-District Chorus 5. WILLIAMS. GEORGE PENN F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 5. WIMMER, CLINE LAWSON Basketball 1; Captain 1; Industrial Arts Club 5. WIMMER. RONALD DINK Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 1; Industrial Arts Club 5. WOOD. ZETTIE JOYCE Pep Club 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4, Captain 5; Glee Club 1,2,3; Science Club 2; Bison 2,4, Editor 5; F.T.A. 4,5; Quill Scroll 4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Junior Class Secretary, Senior Class Re- porter. WOOLUMS. FRANK RAY F.F.A. 1,2,3; Football 1; Track 1; Hi-Y 4. WURTZBURGER. KENNETH DOUGLA S Band 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 2,3,4; Hi-Y 4,5; Industrial Arts Club 5; Bus Driver 5. YATES, HARRY KENNETH Football 1,2; Track 1; Bsketball 1; F.F.A. 1,2,4,5; N.Y.C. 4,5; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Tennis 2, 3, 4, 5. YEATTS, ROGER EUGENE Football 1,2, 3,4,5; F.T.A. 3,4,5; Convention Delegate 3. 191 We Have Not Yet Reached The Height Oj Our Ecstasy But W e Will Continue To Search For The Hidden Factor That Will One Day Bring Us Together In Ecstasy We, The Bison Staff, Do Hereby Declare This To Be The 1971 Bison, A Book Of Ecstasy 193 3 o a y?u JmJz , Uv , oJld 3 JlUj£L ' CH c? =? i_ - % j u r jl x y J 1 JLA y ™ Hp S J , V A:% « v tH V Wa A jLcr-v-Os - fY LO , J j GLJv L n£JX ' j y OL , yC5 OjJL -A ' - 5 _V VS U ojccinji c, VvM- ' xjl Oozl i ihjL rriLdAi Madu 4 ' w -had. fijffi U JUuvkdt ' Uk6nt6. 1 Q u« y v Cdx yi i od y • Wmston- Solem HUNTER PUBLISHING COMPANY • North Corolino CHARLES R. PERRY, Regional Sales Manager Charlottesville. Virginia JIM ELLIS, Representative
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