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

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Presented by Ginny Bill Gardner Bison 1972 Floyd County High School Floyd, Virginia Volume 10 " A Time For Us " 1962 • • 1972 . . . i Table of Contents People: 18-82 Knowledge: 84-96 Involvement: 98-140 Excitement: 142-164 2 Shadows of Time ... A Beginning 3 I Considered . . . Searched . . . Looking For Whys . . . People Guided . . . Sometimes I Followed 5 I Struggled To Find the Right Tracks Sorting the Me From The Tiny Experiences 6 I Laughed . . . Yelled . . . Cried . . . Fitting In 7 8 " Will We Still Be The Space Age? " 9 My Life Has Been Friends . . . Classes Special Things Specia l Someones 10 Will I Like What I Do When I ' m . . . All Grown Up? 11 12 My Youth Traveled On . . . With Time. . . 13 And One Day I Found The Joy Of Remembering . . . I Looked Back On Defeats, And On Victory . . . 14 Realizing That Time Passes Quickly . . . 15 I Saw The Times Of The School I Loved . . . And The Times I Hated . . . 16 People Women ' s Lib In Action At Floyd; Alisa Wade First Girl Senior Class President in History Of School ALISA WADE President JOE COX Vice President SAM COX Secretary JOHNNY WALKER Reporter SUSIE EANES Treasurer 18 Class of 72 . . . beginning of the end . . . class rings . . . senior portraits . . . GATB tests . . . college night . . . college boards . . . senior dance . . . applications for college . . . acceptence . . . rejection ... a time for contemplation . . . ordering caps and gowns . . . announcements . . . senior assembly ... a time for anticipation . . . no final exams . . . senior trip . . . GRADUATION. SUSAN AGEE BECKY AKERS NOBLEDEAN ANGEL GLENDELL BELCHER ALTON BOLT LESSIE BOLT RICHARD BOND KENNETH BOWER BRENDA BOWERS 19 Final Exams No Longer Intimidate Seniors SHARON BRAMMER CALVIN CANNADAY WESLEY CLAY JENNIFER CLAYTOR MIKE COCKRAM Kim Love and |oe Rutrough take time out from studies for discussion on school policies. CARRY COLLINS ' CAROLYN CONNER EDDIE CONNER JABE CONNER 20 KENNETH CONNER MARY LOU CONNER MYRA CONNER PEGGY CONNER TOMMY CONNER CAROLYN COX JOE COX KATHY COX SAM COX BRENDA DALTON ROBERT DAVIS JULIUS DICKERSON 21 Seniors Receive Shock: WILLIAM DICKERSON JAMES DUNCAN SHIRLEY DUNCAN ELLEN DUNN MIKEEANES EARSEL EANES SUE EANES SUSIE EANES WAYNE EPPERLY ALAN CALLIMORE VICKI GARDNER 22 ' j 1 1 Rings Arrive Early! LINDA HARRIS MELINDA HAYDEN BRENDA HELVEY JERRY HIGGS GARY GILLESPIE BRENDA GOAD DAVID GOAD KATHY GRAHAM BRENDA GUILLIAMS GARY HARRIS LINDA HARRIS 23 mm JOYCE HIGGS VICKY HIGGS RALPH HOLLANDSWORTH ROBERT HOPPER SANDRA HOUCHINS Seniors find last year one of bewilderment as BARBARA HUBBARD shown in expression of Dennis Stuart. EMMA JEAN HUFF MARGARET HUFF BRENDA HYLTON MERITA HYLTON 24 RICHARD HYLTON ALL! E BELL KEITH CAROL KEITH HOWARD KEITH Emma Jean Huff volunteers her talent to decorate for the Senior Dance. Calvin Cannady finds amusement in remark made by underclassman Glen Wood. CLAUDE KENLEY PAM KING KIM LOVE ROBERT MARSHALL 25 Senior Dance Brings Joshua Reef and The Sick Family Band Couples pose for pictures during the Senior Dance. Let ' s sit this one out, My feet hurt! 26 Yuletide Spirit To F.C.H.S. Santa listens in on conversations of couples at Senior Dance. Ellen Dunn and Mike Slusher take time out for an amusing conversation. 27 BRUCE Me ALEXANDER MARY McALEXANDER JERRY McALEXANDER RICKY MOLES wander McDaniel FRANK MORAN TERRY MORAN PAM MORRIS FRANCES MURRIE DEBBIE NESTER 28 DONNIE OBER DARRELL NOLEN JUDY NOLEN BECKY PHILLIPS JAMES NICHOLS JOHN O ' CONNOR RICHARD PHILLIPS RETA PHILLIPS HELEN POLL JOAN PRATT 29 Seniors Ready For The Outside World RALPH PRATT BARBARA QUESENBERRY DARREL QUESENBERRY DIANNE QUESENBERRY DONNA QUESENBERRY JANET QUESENBERRY LOIS QU ESENBERRY STEVE QUESENBERRY VICKY QUESENBERRY LYNDALL RAKES ROGER RAKES RUTH RATLIFF 30 After Five Years Of Preparation CALVIN REED DONNA REED JERRY REED ANDY RHEA KATHY ROBERSON LANE ROBERSON SUSAN ROYAL LOTTIE RUSS JOE RUTROUCH EVELYN SAUNDERS JOHN SAUNDERS BLAINE SHANK 31 Final Year — No Longer A CALVIN SHORTT DIANE SIMPKINS CINDY SMITH Mary Jo Williams and Kathy Graham express feelings of joy and excitement over arrival of class rings. J.B. SIMPKINS PETER SMITH BECKY SPRADLINC DENISE SLUSHER BRUCE SOWERS 32 ■»y Dream But A Realization GWEN STRICKLAND JOHN SUTHERLAND DENNIS STUART BARBARA SUTPHIN DONNIE THOMPSON GRANVER STUART BRENDA THOMPSON Robert Davis and Claude Kenley take a break during the hectic rush between classes. 33 Lessie Bolt admires class symbol of all seniors. ring of Calvin Shortt; status BRENDA TRAIL LORETTA TURPIN R.J. THOMPSON ROGER THOMPSON Senior Beta Club members get into Christmas spirit by celebrating at December meeting. JANICE VEST STEVE VEST SAMMY VEST GERALD VIA 34 ALISA WADE SUE WADE JIMMIE WADE JOHNNY WALKER Roger Thompson shows determination of all seniors to be first in magazine campaign. As the Christmas season approaches senior Helen Poff a visit. DIANA WEDDLE PAUL WEEKS ROGER WEEKS STEVE WEEKS 35 As Graduating Seniors, We Acknowledge The Fact That Senior Sponsors: Mrs. Joyce Pugh, Mrs. Nancy Roop, Mrs. Virginia Altizer, Head Sponsor; Rudolph Marshall, ' Buddy ' Shull LINDA WELLS REBEKAH WHITLOCK MARY JO WILLIAMS JANICE WILLIS ASHLEY WIMMER J.C. WIMMER DWIGHT WOOD DAVID YATES 36 The Year 1972 was A Time For Us Passing through these doors one last time Remembering countless times our shadows darkened many doorways at F.C.H.S. during our five years of school Haunting the guidance office seeking advice and information Trudging to the Administration Office receiving answers expected of our questions Helping us realize 1972 was " a time for us " 37 Senior Directory AGEE, SUSAN FAYE Pep Club 1; Band, Majorette 1,2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 5; Science Club 1,2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 5; Intramurals 3,4,5; FTA 3,4,5; Beta Club 5. AKERS, REBECCA SUE FH A 3; NYC 5. ANGEL, NOBLEDEAN MARIE Pep Club 1; FHA 2,3,4; NYC 3,4,5. BELCHER, CLENDELL LYNN FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5. BOLT, ALTON WAYNE Industrial Arts Club 4. BOLT, LESSIE PAULINE NYC 4, Vice President 5. BOND, RICHARD STEVEN Football 1,2, 3,4, 5; Basketball 4,5; Baseball 1,3,4; Class Vice President 2, Class President 3; Beta Club 4,5; Boys State 4; Who Knows, 5. BOWERS, BRENDA CHERYL Debate 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 2,3, Vice President 4; President 5; Science Fair 2,3,4; Crier 3,4, Editor 5; Beta Club 5. BOWER, KENNETH RANDALL FFA 1,2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. BRAMMER, SHARON KAY Glee Club 1 ; Bison Staff 2,5; Science Club 2,3,4; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Quill Scroll 5. CANNADAY, CALVIN GROVER Pep Club 1; Science Club 1,2,3, 4, 5; Hi-Y 5; Football 1,2; Homecoming Escort 5. CLAY, WESLEY CRAIG FFA 1,2, 3, 5, President 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 2; NYC 3; Hi-Y 5. CLAYTOR, JENNIFER ENID Band 1,2, 3, 4,5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FTA 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 5; Quill Scroll 5; Highland Scops 5; Beta Club 5; Girls State. COCKRAM, DARRELL MICHAEL Football 1 ; Basketball 1,2,3; Pep Club 1 ; Varsity Club 2, 3,4, 5; FFA 2,3; NYC 3,4, Reporter 5; Bison 3, Business Manager 4. COLLINS, CARRY MADISON Football 1,2,3; Basketball ' 1 ,2,3; Track 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Library Club 3, Treasurer 4, President 5; Graduation Usher 4. CONNER, CAROLYN SUE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; FBLA 3,4,5; Library Club 4,5; NYC 5. CONNER, EDWIN WAYNE Football 1; Industrial Arts Club 4,5. CONNER, JABE HARMON JR. FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5. CONNER, KENNETH DALE Industrial Arts Club 4,5; Choral 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Bison Staff 2,3,5 Business Manager 4. CONNER, MARY LOU CONNER, MYRA LOU Science Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 1; J.V. Cheerleader 2; Science Fair 1,2; FBLA 4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Highland Scops 4; Quill Scroll 4,5. CONNER, PEGGY SUE Glee Club 1 ; FHA 2,3,4; Bison Staff 5. CONNER, THOMAS JASPER FFA 3,4. COX, CAROLYN JUNE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FHA 1,2,3; Secretary 4, President 5; Library Club 3,4,5; NYC 4,5. COX, JOSEPH LEE Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,4; FFA 2; Track 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Bus Driver 5; Hi-Y 5; Class Reporter 5. COX, KATHY MARIE Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; NYC 5. COX, SAMUEL LANDON Football 1,5; Track 2,3; FFA 1; NYC 3,5; Hi-Y 5; Class Secre- tary 5. DALTON, BRENDA CHRISTINE Pep Club 1; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Intramurals 3,4; Beta Club 4,5; SCA Representative 4; Library Club 5. DAVIS, ROBERT LANE Basketball 2; KVC 3,4,5; FFA 3,4,5; Hi-Y 5. DICKERSON, JULIUS AMES Science Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 5; Science Fair 2,3,4; Quill Scroll 4, Reporter 5; Beta Club 4,5 ; Crier 5. DICKERSON, WILLIAM GRANT 38 DUNCAN, SHIRLEY JEAN Senior Directory DUNCAN, JAMES MARVIN FFA 2, 3, 4, 5. DUNN, ELLEN Science Club 1,2; Band, Majorette 1,2,3; SCA Representative 1,5; SCA Convention 2,3; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Intramurals 2, 3,4,5; One Act Play 2,3; Choral 5; Bison Staff 5; FTA 5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,5; Quill Scroll 5; Forensics 4. EANES, CARL MICHAEL Science Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; SCA Representative 1; Basketball 1; Beta Club 4,5; Hi-Y 5. EANES, EARSEL GARLAND FEA 1,2, 3, 4. EANES, LINDA SUSAN FHA 1 ,2; Pep Club 1 ; Library Club 2,3,4; Science Fair 2; FBLA 3,4,5; Intramurals 3; NYC 3,4; Quill Scroll 5; Highland Scops 5. EANES, SUSAN SCA Representative 2,3,4; SCA Convention 2,3,4; Science Fair 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Treasurer 4; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FHA 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; Bison Staff 2,3, Copy Editor 4, Editor 5; Intramurals 3; Class Treasurer 5; FTA 5. EPPERLY, WAYNE JAMES Basketball 1 . GALLIMORE, ALAN TRENT Science Fair 2; Homecoming Escort 3; Industrial Arts Club 4. GARDNER, VICKI SHARON Pep Club 1; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Science Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Bison Staff 3, Layout Editor 3,4,5; Intramurals 2,3,4; Beta Club 4,5; Graduation Usher 4; SCA Repre- sentative 3,5. GILLESPIE, GARY EUGENE Pep Club 1 ; Football 1 ,2,3 ,4,5 ; Basketball 1; Library Club 2,3; Varsity Club 3, Treasurer 4, President 5; Hi-Y 4, Secretary 5; SCA Representative 3; Class Reporter 2; Class Treasurer 1. GOAD, BRENDA FAYE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; NYC 4,5. GOAD, DAVID NEAL FFA 1,2, 3, 4; State Farm Degree 3. GRAHAM, KATHY LAVONNE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Highland Scops 3; FBLA 4; FTA 4,5; Glee Club 4,5; Intramurals 4; Science Club 5. GULLIAMS, BRENDA FAYE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; FHA 3; FBLA 4,5; NYC 5. HARRIS, GARY MARTIN FFA 1 ,2,3,4; Blue Ridge Winner 4. HARRIS, LINDA QUESENBERRY HARRIS, LINDA GAYLE Pep Club 1 ; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; FHA 2, 3, 4, 5; FBLA 5; Bison Staff 4. HAYDEN, MELINDA JO FTA 3; Reporter 4. HIGGS, JERRY ESTOLE One Act Play 2,4; Library Club 2,3; Glee Club 2; Science Fair 2; Hi-Y 3; Reporter 4; President 5; Highland Scops 4; FTA 5. HIGGS, JOYCE GAIL Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; FHA 1 ; SCA Alternate 4. HIGGS, VICKY LYNN FBLA 3,5; Vice President 4; Beta Club 4,5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; In- tramurals 3. HOLLANDSWORTH, RALPH EDWARD FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y 4,5; FFA, Executive Committee 4; KVG Crewleader 4. HOPPER, ROBERT LEWIS Track, 3,4; Varsity Club 4,5; Industrial Arts Club 4,5. HOUCHINS, SANDRA KAY Pep Club 1; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Library Club 2, 3, 4,5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3; FTA 4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Science Fair 4; Intramurals 2. HUBBARD, BARBARA DALE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Choral 2; FHA 3; Glee Club 4; NYC 4,5. HUFF, EMMA JEAN Cheerleader 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Class Secretary 1,4; Homecoming Court 1,2; Science Fair 2; FBLA 3,4,5; Library Club 3,4, Historian 5; Graduation Usher 4. HUFF, MARGARET ANN HYLTON, BRENDA GAY Pep Club 1; Glee Club 1,2; Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Bison 2, 3, 4, 5; Quill Scroll 4, President 5; Beta Club 4,5. HYLTON, MERITA BROWN FBLA 3,4,5; NYC 3,4,5. HYLTON, RICHARD LYNN FFA 1,2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4. JONES, BRENDA GAIL Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FBLA 2,3,4; Science Fair 3. 39 Senior Directory KEITH, ALLIE BELL Beta Club 4,5; NYC 4,5. KEITH, CAROL JEAN Pep Club 1; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3; FTA 3,4,5; Bison Staff 5; Crier 5. KEITH, HOWARD DENNIS Football 1,2; FFA 2, 3, 4, 5; Industrial Arts Club 5. KENNLEY, CLAUDE CAMERON FFA 1,2, 3,4,5; KVC 4,5; Football 3,4. KING, PAMELA DIANN SCA Representative 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3; Highland Scops 5; Quill Scroll 5. LOVE, RODERICK KIM Soccer 1,2,3; Baseball 3; Track 2,3; SCA Representative 1; Band 1,2; Class President 4, Hi-Y 5; Octagon Club 3,4; Beta Club 5. MARSHALL, ROBERT CLEVE FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5. McALEXANDER, BRUCE JOHN Pep Club 1 ; Football. McALEXANDER, JERRY Track 4,5. McALEXANDER, MARY ELIZABETH Beta Club 4,5; Quill Scroll 5; Library Club 3,4,5; Bison Staff 5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FHA1,2. mcdaniel, wander dean Upward Bound 3,4; Beta Club 4,5; NYC 5, Secretary 4. MILLER, BRUNO PAUL Baseball 1; Weight Lifting 1. MOLES, RICKY LANE Science Club 1,2, 3,4; FFA 1 • Treasurer 2, Vice President 3. MORAN, FRANK LEE Library Club 3,4,5; Industrial Arts Club 5; Sergeant of Arms 5. MORAN, THERESA LEE Science Club 1, Secretary 2; Pep Club 1; Band, Majorette 1,2, 3, 4, 5; SCA Representative 1,2, 3, 5; Class President 1. MURRIE, FRANCES EVERLYN Science Club 1,2; Band 1,2, 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Girls State 4; Quill Scroll, Secretary 5; Bison Staff 5; Intramurals 4,5. NESTER, DEBORAH FAYE Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; FHA 3,4,5; FBLA 3; Science Fair 3. NICHOLS, JAMES NEIL Glee Club 2, 3,4, 5; Class President 2; Industrial Arts Club President 4,5. NOLEN, JUDY DIANE Pep Club 1 ; FTA 1 ; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Library Club 2, 3,4, 5; Intra- murals 2,3; Beta Club 4,5; SCA Representative 1 ; EHA 1 . NOLEN, MARVIN DARRELL Science Fair 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club 4,5; Track 4,5; Klassroom Kwiz 4; Who Knows 5; State Parlimentarian 4; Industrial Arts Club 4,5. OBER, DONNIE RAY Pep Club 1 ; Football 1 ; Industrial Arts Club 4,5; NYC 5. O ' CONNOR JOHN DENNIS Track 2, 3, 4, 5; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club 4,5; Basketball 1,2, 3,4, 5; Hi-Y 3,4,5; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Graduation Usher 4. PHILLIPS, BECKY GAYE FBLA 3,4,5; Secretary 4. PHILLIPS, RITA KAYE FHA 1,2; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Library Club 2,3, 4,5; FBLA 3; Treasur- er 4, President 5; Beta Club 4,5. PHILLIPS, RICHARD STANDETH FFA 1,2,3; President 4, Varsity Club 3,4, Treasurer 5; Hi-Y 5. PUFF, HELEN SUE FHA 5; Library Club 5. PRATT, BARBARA JOAN Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Glee Club 2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3; FTA 2; Girls State 4; Beta Club 4,5. PRATT, RALPH STEVEN FFA 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. QUESENBERRY, BARBARA JANE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FHA 2,3; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3. QUESENBERRY, DARRELL HUBERT Industrial Arts 1,2, 3, 4, 5; NYC 4. QUESENBERRY, DIANNE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; FHA 1; Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5; FBLA 3, Historian 4, Treasurer 5. MORRIS, PAMELA ANN - Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; FBLA 4. 40 Senior Directory QUESENBERRY, DONNA GAIL Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Library Club 2,3.4, Reporter 4; Parlimentarian 4; NYC 4,5; FBLA 4,5, QUESENBERRY, JANET ETHEL Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Pep Club 1; Intramurals 2,3,4; FHA 2; FTA 2, 3, 4, 5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Graduation Usher 4; SCA Repre- sentative 3, Vice President 5. QUESENBERRY, LOIS ANN Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; FHA 1,2; Library Club 3,4,5; Homecoming Court 5. QUESENBERRY, STEVEN LEON Band 1,2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 5. QUESENBERRY, VICKY LYNN FHA 1; Pep Club 1; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4, Captain 5; Library i CIub 2, 3, 4, 5; FBLA 3,4,5; Beta Club 5; Class Secretary 2,3; Class Reporter 4; Homecoming Court 2,4,5; Snow Queen Attendant 4; SCA Secretary 5. RAKES, LYNDALL ANNA Science Club 1,3; Band 1,2, 3,4; Jr. Tri-Hi-J 1,2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3; { Library Club 3,4,5; Crier Staff 4; Bison Staff 5; Highland Scops 4; Quill Scroll 4,5; Beta Club 4,5. RAKES, ROGER GALE FFA 3,4,5; KVC 5; Hi-Y4,5. RATLIFF, RUTH JEANETTE FHA 1,2, 3, 4; FBLA 3,4; Beta Club 4,5; NYC 5; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 1. REED, CALVIN LEE FFA 1,2,3 REED, DONNA KAYE Pep Club 1; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; FHA 2; Treasurer 5; Vice President 4; Library Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 4; Treasurer 5; Quill Scroll 4,5; Highland Scops 3; Assistant Editor 4; FTA 3. REED, JERRY CLAYTON FFA 3,4; Hi-Y 4. RHEA, JOSEPH ANDREW FFA 3,4,5. ROBERSON, CALVIN LANE Football 1. ROBERSON, KATHY JO Pep Club 1 ; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1 ,2; FBLA 3; Library Club 5. ROYAL, REBECCA SUSAN Band 1,2,3; FBLA 3,4; Science Club 2; Jr.-Tri-Hi-Y 2; NYC 5. RUSS, LOTTE LEIGH Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; FHA 1, 2,3,4. RUTROUCH, JOSEPH CLEVELAND Football 1,2,3; Hi-Y 3,4; Science Club 3,5; Football Captain 5, Letter 2. SAUNDERS, EVELYN GALE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Science Fair 3; NYC 2,3. SAUNDERS, JOHN RUFUS Industrial Arts Club 4; NYC 4. SHANK, BLAINE OLIVER Football 1 ,5; Beta Club 4,5. SHORTT, CALVIN COOLIDCE Industrial Arts Club 4; Homecoming Escort 4,5. SIMPKINS, HAZEL DIANE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; FHA 1,2; Library Club 2,3,4; Beta Club 4,5; FBLA 5, Reporter 4, Parliamentarian 5. SIMPKINS, JOEL BOYD Football 1,2, 3,4, 5; Track 2,3; Baseball 4, Library Club 2,4, Re- porter 3; Pep Club 1; Hi-Y 3,4,5; SCA 1,2, Vice President 4; Class President 2; Class Reporter 3. SLUSHER, DENISE LYNETTE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Secretary 2; Pep Club 1; Majorette 1 ,2,3, Solo Twirler 4,5; FTA 3,4; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y Reporter 3,4, President 5; Quill Scroll, Treasurer 5; Intramurals 3,4,5; SCA 1,2; Grad- uation Usher 4; Homecoming Queen 5; Beta Club 4, Secre- tary 5; Bison Staff 5. SMITH, CYNTHIA LEIGH Intramurals 1,2,4; Library Club 5. SMITH, PETER LEE NYC 1,4,5. SOWERS, BRUCE LANE Industrial Arts Club 4,5; Tennis 4,5. SPRADLINC, REBECCA DENISE Science Fair 2; Library Club 4,5; FBLA 4,5. STRICKLAND, MARY GWENDOLYN Science Club 1,2; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Majorette 1,2,3, Head 5; Intramurals 4. STUART, DENNIS O ' CARY Pep Club 1; Football 1,4; Track 1; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club 4,5; President 5; Varsity Club 4,5; SCA Representative 1,3, 4, 5. 41 Senior Directory STUART. GRANVER LEE FFA 1. STUART, JOANNE Intramurals 3; NYC 4,5; Cheerleaders 5; Choir 5. SUTHERLAND, JOHN WILLIAM Science Club 1,2,3; Hi-Y 4,5; Choir 3,4,5; All District Choir 3,4. SUTPHINE, BARBARA GALE FBLA 3,4; NYC 3,4,5. THOMPSON, BRENDA GALE Pep Club 1: Library Club 2,3, Vice President 4, President 5; SCA Convention 3,4; Intramurals 3,4,5; FTA 4; Presidents. THOMPSON, DONNIE DALE Football 1,2, 3,4,5; Basketball 1,2,3,4,5; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4,5; FFA 1 , Varsity Club 3,4,5; Hi-Y 4,5; NYC 3,5, Treasurer 4. THOMPSON, ROGER LEE Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 1; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Head Drummer 5. THOMPSON, ROY JEFFERY Basketball 1; FFA 1,2, 3, 4,5; Homecoming Usher 2. TRAIL, BRENDA MAE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FBLA 3,4; Library Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Typist of the Year Award 4. TURPIN, LORETTA MORAN FHAl; Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5; FBLA 1,2, 3, 4; Beta Club 4,5. VEST, STEVEN CURTIS FFA 1 ; Industrial Arts Club 3,4. VEST, JANICE MARIE Pep Club 1 ; FHA 1 ,2; Beta Club 5; Homecoming Court 5. VEST, SAMUEL DEAN Football 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; FFA 1,2,3, 4. VIA, GERALD WARD Pep Club 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Science Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Quill Scroll 5, Reporter 4. WADE, ALISA DAWN Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Intramurals 4,5; Pep Club 1; Cheerleader 3,4; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3; SCA Representative 4,5; FBLA 5; Snow Queen Attendant 4; Class Treasurer 4; Class President 5; Beta Club 4,5. WADE, MARTHA SUZANNE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5; FTA 3; Highland Scops 3,4; Glee Club 3; Crier 4.5; Bison Staff 5; Photographer 4. WALKER, JOHNNY CAMERON Pep Club 1; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3; Industrial Arts Club 4,5; Varsity Club 4,5; Track Team 3,4,5; Class Reporter 5. WEDDLE, DIANA GAIL Band 4,5; Majorette 1,2,3; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Historian 2; Sr. Tri- Hi-Y 3,4,5; Highland Scops 3; Editor 4; Science Club 3,4, 5; Quill Scroll 4; Vice President 5; Bison Staff 5; Rifle Corps 4; Captain 5; Science Fair 4; Intramurals 3,5. WEEKS, PAUL LEE Football 1,2, 3,4, Captain 5; Baseball 2,3, 4, 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y 3,4,5; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Class President 4; Boys State 4. WEEKS, ROGER DALE FFA 1,2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 5; Chaplain 4. WEEKS, STEVEN POSEY Football 1 ; FFA 2,3,4. WELLS, LINDA GAIL FHA 1,2; Library Club 2, 3,4, 5; FBLA 3; Intramurals 4,5; FTA 3,4; Beta Club 4,5; Graduation Usher 4. WHITLOCK, REBEKAH LEAH Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Science Fair 2; FHA 3,4; FTA 3,4; Beta Club 4,5; Library Club 4; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2. WILLIAMS, MARY JOSEPHINE Pep Club 1; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Reporter 2; Choral 1 ,2, 3, 4, 5; Class Treasurer 3; FTA 4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Intramurals 4. WILLIS JANICE LOUISE Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Treasurer 2; Debate 1; Library Club 2; Crier 2,3,4; FTA 2,3,4, 5; Intramurals 4; Beta Club 4,5; Cheerleader 2,5. WIMMER, AHSLEY BRENT Pep Club 1 ; FFA 1 ,2,3; Football 1 ,3,4. WIMMER, JOHN CLINE Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; SCA Representative 1 ; Homecoming Escort 1. WOOD, DWIGHT ARTHUR Homecoming Escort 2,3,5; Bus Patrol 1,2,3; SCA Repre- sentative 3; Class Vice President 4; SCA President 5; Beta Club 4,5; Who Knows 5. YATES, DAVID HORACE Football 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1. WADE, JIMMY LEE FFA 1; Science Club 1,2; NYC 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Who Knows Contestant 5. 42 Class of ' 73 . . . prepare for future . . . college night . . . order rings . . . plans for prom ... 38 are tapped into Beta Club . . . FCHS . . . participate in all areas of life . . . learn to resolve problems . . . grow . . . mature . . . learn . . . and live . . . i ¥ Jlf rJ Junior Class Officers: Van Angle, President; Mark Grim, Vice-President; Mike Poff, Secretary; Katherine Manning, Reporter; Donna Sweeney, Treasurer. junior Class Sponsors: ROW ONE: Mrs. Janet Keith, Miss Ruth Ann Slusher; ROW TWO: " Skip " Bishop, John Harman, Kenneth Raines. 43 Ray Akers Linda Alderman Nancy Agee Daniel Akers Jennifer Aldridge Shirley Aldridge Joe Farmer conducts an experiment in Physics class. Linwood Allen Van Angle Ronnie Austin Joseph Beaver Danny Belcher Sharon Bell Paul Beran Ira Bolden 44 Norma Carden Clyde Conner Sylvia Chesson Connie Conner Margie Cockram Susan Conner Barry Collins Aldene Cox 45 Betty Cox Mark Custer Roger Dickerson Glenn Dulaney Judy Dulaney Cathy Duncan Jerry Duncan Curtis Goad Joe Farmer Steve Goad Alvin Gallimore Connie Gordon Frances Gibson Thomas Gregg 46 Mark Grim Allan Guilliams Susan Guilliams Jerry Hale William Harris Micky Hatcher Reba Hatcher Jerry Helms Rebecca Hill Marie Howard David Hubbard David Huff Glen Huff James Huff 47 Joyce Hylton Steve Janney Larry Keith Teresa Kenley Candy John Linda King Juanita Huff Wendell Huff Kenny Hunley Carolyn Hylton Darlene Hylton Gary Hylton Bonnie Moran reveals the ease of typing on an electric typewriter. Betty Jones Rosalie King 48 Ray Lovell Susan Lovitt Sheree Maberry Kathrine Manning Larry Mannon Roger McAlexander Debbie Moles Steve Moles 49 David Monday Bonnie Moran Carlos Moran Debbie Murrie Allen Nester Glenda Osborne Connie Page Barbara Perdue Karen Peters Nora Phillips Mike Poff Rodger Poff Doug Pugh Ada Quesenberry Garrett Quesenberry 50 Judy Radford Grover Shelton David Smith Darlene Saunders Emanuel Simpkins Karen Smith Ouida Shank B.P. Simpson Brenda Sowers 51 Vera Spence Wendeline Stuart Renee Spencer Vera Sutphin Steven Spence David Strickland Sue Spence Milton Stuart Joe Sowers Walter Sowers Gregory Spangler Sara Spangler Vicky Spangler Shirley Spence 52 Donna Sweeney David Thompson Jane Tolbert Helen Vest Frank Sweeney, Jr. Paul Thompson Barry Trail Kathy Vest Carolyn Thomas Steve Thompson Carolyn Vest Sandra Vest Darrell Thompson Steve Thompson Darrell Vest Donnie Walker 53 Class of ' 73 Aim For Graduation Cleaning desks? Anything to get out of class . . . Richard Weeks lanet Wimmer Richard Wimmer Cheryl Whitlock )udy Wimmer Rita Wimmer Dale Willard Rene ' Wimmer Linda Yopp Richard Webb Raymond Weeks 54 Joan Agnew Gerry Akers Patsy Austin Debbie Bain Sophomores . . . half way through High School career . . . 157 strong . . . involved in . . . cheerleading . . . band . . . choral . . . football . . . basketball . . . spring sports . . . clubs . . . pep rallies . . . magazine campaign . . . drivers education . . . after three years, sophomores are now fully acquainted with all aspects of High School life . . . Janice Belcher Trenia Bell Ricky Bolt Phyllis Bramnici Sponsors and Officers: ROW ONE: Gary Spence, Vice-President; Elmer Truman, Treasur- er; Peggy Hollandsworth, Reporter; Wayne Harris, President; Sharon Linkous, Secretary. ROW TWO: Miss Slusher, Mr. Enoch, Head Sponsor; Miss McQuown, Mrs. Gardner, Mr. Keith. 55 David Cannaday Garnett Carroll Edwin Chesson Volleyball provides excitement and physical Philip Cockram Linda Conner Mary Conner Sophomores Accept Challenges Vicki Conner Woody Conner Faye Cox Kathy Cox Dennis Criner Jill Davis Delilah Dehart Barbara Dickerson Judy Dickerson Donna Dulaney 56 fitness for Sophomores. Sandra Duncan Steve Duncan Harvey Farley Randy Gallimore Of New Vocational School erry Gearheart Betty Goad Kermit Goad Wayne Goff Carol Hale Connie Harman Hilda Harman Sue Harman Judy Harmon Peggy Harmon 57 Becky Harris Sophomores Complete Final Year Of Mark Harris Wayne Harris Dana Higgs Dona Higgs Janet Higgs Patricia Higgs Mark Hodges Peggy Hollandsworth Steve Hubbard Cathy Huff James Huff Rachel Huff Dianne Hylton " Are you sure we ' re going to win this one? " 58 Required Physical Education Judy Hylton Sharon Hylton Elaine Ingram Louise King Dale Lawrence Sharon Linkous Dianne Mabery Vicky Manning “I didn ' t know that! Carol Marshall Geraldine McAlexander Terry Moran Robert Moran Robert Nester Cathy Moran Randall Mills Kathy Moles Barbara Moore 59 10th Graders Move Up To The Senior Assembly Sherry Nichols Julian Nolen Miriam Peters Vicky Poff Jewell Pratt Joel Pratt The band won the night before but what about French today? Sharon Proffit Carolyn Quesenberry 60 Ricky Reed Karen Repass Is this what they call Women ' s Lib or Stampede! lulian Rutrough Daniece Saunders Roger Sewell Carolyn Shortt Chester Simpkins Roger Slusher Daniel Sochor Curtis Sowers Debbie Sowers Dorothy Sowers Larry Sowers Roger Sowers Tony Sowers Tommy Spangler Dwight Spence Gary Spence 61 Class of " 74 " Caught In The Middle Of Upperclassmen And Underclassmen Did you see that look he gave me?” Sophomore ' s ability in sports is demon- strated by Debra Phillips. 4 ' 1 Wilfred Stuart Janet Sutphin Wayne Sutphin Pat Sweeney Stephen Thomas Janice Thompson Shelby Thompson Donna Turman Donna Turman Dolores Thompson Sammy Townley 62 Elmer Turman Linda Turman Rudy Turman Annette Vest Cathy Vest John Vest A boy in what locker? My locker? Peggy Vest Ricky Vest Richard Weeks Joe Whitlock Deborah Wilson Joe Wilson Mike Wilson Annette Wimmer C.M. Wimmer V r AW Becky Yearout Barbara Wood Glen Wood James Worrell Delana Jones Douglas Hunley 64 Sponsors: ROW ONE: Mrs. McBath, Mrs. Pauley. ROW TWO: Mr. Campbell, Miss Dobyns. ROW THREE: Mrs. Hylton, Mrs. Houchins. A second year . . . A second step . . . belonging . . . confident . . . awareness of life . . . a name . . . not just a number . . . independent . . . hardworking . . . a time to mature . . . Officers: Bruce Mannon, President; Elaine Boyd, Reporter; Kay Sowers, Vice-President; Janet Branscome, Secretary; Alan Nolen, Treasurer. 65 Freshmen Live Hectic Janet Agee Karen Agee Bryant Akers George Akers Kelly Alderman Patricia Allen Karen Alley Charlotte Argabright Nellie Argabright Gracie Atkins Phyllis Austin Cathy Bain Clyde Ballinger Jeffery Beale Ruth Beaver Thomas Bell Wayne Beran Harry Blankenship Debra Bolt Vicki Bolt Alex Bond Brenda Boothe Danny Boothe Elaine Boyd Linda Boyd Yvonne Boyd 66 And Exhausting Lives Utter exhaustion! Janet Branscome Elaine Britt Deborah Broughman Charlotta Browning Cathy Carr Michael Carr Deborah Carroll James Casteel Judy Claytor Lelan Cockram Hazel Compton Ray Compton Carl Conner Clinton Conner Elizabeth Conner Oral Conner Gerald Cox Kenneth Cox Leonard Cox Charles Davis Charlene Duncan Judy Duncan Randy Epperly 67 Coby Farmer Carolyn Goad Laurie Gregg Anita Grim Carol Guilliams Robert Hancock Benny Harris Charlotte Harris Pamela Harris David Hatcher Jerry Hatcher Norma Hatcher John Helm Pat Higgins Ronald Higgs We Enjoy Life . . . Sometimes The best part of lunch is . . . afterwards . . . Charlotta, are you late? 68 Kenneth Cox and Alex Bond — Studying ??? Pam Harris tries to escape! Ray Hill Carol Hollandsworth Pamela Hollandsworth Roger Hollandsworth Charles Holt Ruth Howard Alan Hubbard Alfred Huff Silas Huff Vicky Huff Carolyn Hylton Charlene Hylton Toney Janney Ronald Jones Shirley Jones Linda Keith Pat Keith Rose Keith Randall Keith Judy Lester 69 The Second Step On the Loretta Lewis David Lucas Linda Manning Maxine Manning Bruce Mannon Deborah Martin Lane McAlexander Carolyn McCrady Ralph Mitchell Janie Moles Christine Moles Linda Moore Betty Moran Gerald Moran Rufus Muncy Bill Munzing Sandra Nester Alan Nolen Layton Nolen Michael Nolen 70 Robert Nolen Julian Perdue Way Up Julie Perdue Betty Pauley Sandra Palmer Susan Parr Lois Perkins Charles Phillips Larry D. Phillips Larry W. Phillips Nancy Phillips Nathan Phillips Lynette Poff Martha Poff Beverly Quesenberry Larry Quesenberry Loretta Quesenberry Paul Radford Denton Reed Jeffrey Reed Sharon Reed Galen Roberson 71 Three Years To Go Janet Roberson Karen Roberson Randy Roberson Peggy Roop Wanda Roop Joel Shank Bonnie Shelor Dale Slusher Gary Smith Homer Smith Rhonda Smith Rita Smith Thelma Smith Kay Sowers Terry Staples Pam Strickland Irma Stuart Diane Sutphin Katie Sutphin Lois Sutphin Diane Thompson Ann Tolbert Debra Tolbert Cathy Tolbert Barney Trail Pat Turman Freshmen drink milk! 72 Debbie Turman Marvin Turner Rita Turpin William Vance Gerald Vest Roger Vest Kenneth Via Darnell Weddle Jeffery Weddle Lester Weddle James Weeks Robert Weeks Charles West Sherri Whitlock Ray Wurzburger Freshmen Are Active A perfect match! " My most prized possession. " 73 Officers and Sponsors Guide Class Of 76 Dwight Simpkins Ronald Hollandsworlh President Vice President Vicki Reed Secretary Ricky Cox Randall Hollandsworlh Treasurer Reporter Eighth Grade . . . 214 strong underclassmen . . . challenges . . . ex- citement . . . changing classes . . . new adventures . . . new responsibilities . . . pep rally skits . . . basketball . . . football . . . cheerleaders . . . intramu- rals . . . homecoming attendants . . .first in magazine campaign . . . Student Co- operative Association . . . clubs ... A Time to plan. Sponsors: Mrs. Gill, Head sponsor; Mrs. Agee, Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Leonard, Mr. D. Keith, Mrs. Turman, Mrs. Ijaz. Phyllis Akers Ricky Akers Danny Alderman Karen Alderman Sharon Alderman Kenneth Allen Denise Altizer Rhonda Altizer lames Arpe Cheryl Austin jack Ballinger Samuel Bason Donnie Beckner Allen Bishop 74 Keith Boley Donnie Bolt Janie Bolt Ronnie Bolt Tim Boone Julie Boyd Sue Boyd Tommy Branscome Larry Broughman Shelby Brown Mike Browning Beverly Calloway David Cannaday Mark Caveness Phyllis Clemons George Cole Patsy Compton Jimmy Conner Kathy Conner Robin Conner Sue Conner Jackie Cox JoAnn Cox Warren Cox What were those directions again? 75 iZCNTIf CRM Brenda Cromer Della Cruise Ronald Cruise Cara Dalton Wanda Dalton Titus Dalton Lynn Dehart Anne Dickerson John Dickerson Wayne Dickerson Cary Dulaney Shirley Dulaney Clinton Duncan Tony Duncan 214 Eighth Graders Largest Class In FCHS Bruce Eanes Betty Goad Carl Hale Debra Hall Steve Eanes Lanor Goad JoAnne Falls Kathleen Gallimore Maynard Gallimore Teresa Gallimore Raye Gibson Loretta Gordon Jeff Guilliams Who! Said what? Jerry Hall Lewis Hancock 76 Debra Harris Steve Harris Darrell Higgs Linda Hill ' Welcome To Disneyland ' — Eighth grade magazine skit Eighth Graders Prove To Be Top Salesmen Debbie Hixon Bobby Sandra Susan Holt Jackie Hubbard Alvin Huff Hollandsworth Hollandsworth Bobby Huff Roger Jones Donnie Keith Tommy King Steve Lawrence Ruth Lawson Virginia Lewis Ronnie Light Charles Link Clay Link Saundra Lovitt Gary Mabery Dean Marshall Donnie Marshall Ricky Marshall Eighth Graders Find New Challenges At FCHS Eighth Graders — Victory and Defeat. Ronnie Marshall Don McAlexander Vivian McAlexander Susan McClure Sammy McDaniel Gale McPeak Randall Midkiff Donna Miller Becky Moles loan Moles Betty Moran David Moran 78 Eighth Graders Adjust To Class Changes ' A Mike Nolen ¥ Richard Nolen Andrew O ' Connor Sandra Perdue Barry Phillips Coletta Phillips Have I met you before? Debra Phillips Dolly Phillips Vicky Phillips Mike Poff Patsy Poff Rita Poff Mary Pratt Richard Pratt Detra Price Danny Quesenberry Darrell Debra Donna Kathy Randy Wendell Alisa Radford Quesenberry Quesenberry Quesenberry Quesenberry Quesenberry Quesenberry 79 Class Of 76 Learns To Deal With Every Day Problems Avis Shockley Mike Shorn Alice Slusher Raymond Sloan Anthony Smith Bonnie Smith David Smith Cynthia Sochor Charlotte Sowers Dennis Sowers )oel Sowers Rose Spangler Reva Spence 80 Peter Via demonstrates the proper procedure of sinking a goal. Allen Stuart Mary Sutphin Larry Taylor Charlene Stuart James Sweebe Carol Thomas Leslie Tankersley Susan Tatum Danny Thompson Debra Thompson Daye Stuart V jf Raye Stuart Eighth Grade Finds Phy. Ed. A New Experience Volleyball proves to be a big challenge for Vicky Phillips. 81 Billy Underwood Coletta Vass Danny Vaughn Charles Vest Connie Vesl Donna Vesl Kathy Vesl Bradley Wade Mike Webb Wilma Webb Jackie Weddle Marilyn Weeks Ray Whitlock lanel Willard Judy Williams Debbie Wimmer Karen Wimmer Ann Worrell Marianne Wurtele Dale Young The Class Of 76 ' — A Time For Us 82 Knowledge Administration Leads Students Mrs. Susie Vest Secretary to Superintendent Mrs. Dorothy Casteel Mr. John Houston Mrs. Rowena General Supervisor Director of Instruction Hollandsworth Supervisor of Material Center School Board Members ' : Gerald Phillips, Basil Poff Simpson, Chairman: Mildred Thomson, Rex Nixon, Benton Alderman, Alonzo Monday, Jimmy Harmon, Marvin Cole. 84 In A Quest For Education School board . . . administration . . . su- perintendent . . . principals . . . planning for our future . . . running our school system . . . dedicated . . . determined . . . making important decisions . . . distributing money between music, sports and academic materials . . . concerned . . . caring ... a fine example to those seeking leadership. Mr. Ray Hollandsworth, Principal Mr. H P. Jennings Assistant Principal Mrs. Iris Poff Secretary of Principal Mrs Lorice O ' Connor Vocational Secretary Mrs. JoAnn Mabery Receptionist and Bookkeeper Mr. Robert Peak Assistant Principal 85 Band . . . brass and rhythm . . . halftime shows . . . parades . . . band follies . . . drum major . . . rifles . . . majorettes . . . flags . . . merits . . . demerits . . . Art . . . sculptures . . . painting . . . woodcuts . . . tempera . . . pen and ink . . . abstracts . . . method of self expression . . . Choral . . . sopranos . . . altos . . . tenors . . . basses . . . practice . . . Christmas concert . . . Swingin Singin Country Cousin Dozen . . . Miss Sandra Louise Rector Mr. Robert Elwanger Music, Art Induce Creativity 86 Homemaking — Preparation For The Future Home Economics . . . Food and Clothing . . . Home Management . . . child care . . . interior decoration . . . fashion design . . . personal development . . . nutrition . . . plan for weddings . . . preparations for our time . . . Mrs. Nora K. Gardner Everyday job. Mrs. Lillian B. Cockram Helping Guidance. . .counseling. . .advice. . . college material . . . pamphlets . . . school records . . . vocational choice . . . numerous testing programs ... a time for us to grow . . . Hand For Tomorrow Mrs. Nola S. Albert Mrs. Albert aids Barney Trail. Mr. Carnice E. Mannon 87 Vocational Skills Taught Industrial Arts . . . Agriculture . . . Build- ing Trades . . . Auto Mechanics ... In- dustrial Maintenance . . . electricity . . . drafting . . . metals . . . wood . . . clay . . . plaster . . . electric test bench . . . mill machine . . . arch and gas welding . safety . . . job preparation . . . Mr. Calvin Rorrer Mr. Daniel Lucas Mr. Lonnie Keith Mr. George Thomson Mr. Robert Weeks 88 In New School Mrs. Rebecca H. Howell Business . . . general business . . . cleri- cal .. . accounting . . . shorthand . . . typing . . . bookkeeping . . . record keeping . . . transitors . . . time writing . . . filing . . . transcribing . . . vocabu- lary . . . proofread . . . drills . . . letters . . . manuscripts . . . adding machines . . . preparation for business world . . . Mrs. Nancy S. Roop Mrs. Wanda V. Radford Miss Ruth Ann Slusher New equipment is being utilized by students. 89 Physical Education Develops Skills, Recreation Physical Education . . . First Aid . . . Health . . . Driver ' s Education . . . softball . . . volleyball . . . basketball . . . gymnastics . . . tumbling . . . wres- tling . . . soccer . . . speedaway . . . callisthenics . . . free exercise ... fa- tigue . . . Mr. Worley Bishop Jr. Miss Elizabeth McQuown Mrs. Joyce B. Leonard 90 Mathematics — The Exact Science Mr. David Keith Mrs. Yvonne V. Hylton y = low) V-- Math . . . Geometry . . . Pre-Algebra . . . Algebra I II . . . Advanced Alg ebra Trig . . . logrithms . . . quadratic equations . . . inequalities . . . matrices . . . theorems . . . graphs . . . ratio . . . percentage . . . computation . . . proba- bility . . . homework . . . tests . . . more homework . . . quizzes . . . work . . . strain . . . drill . . . mental misery . . . sV3 H Mrs. Virginia E. Altizer Mr. H.E. Keith III 91 Language — Key To English . . . five years . . . grammar . . . poetry . . . short stories . . . novels . . . drama . . . interpretations . . . life . . . term papers . . . mistakes . . . boo k reports . . . ETV . . . speeches . . . themes . . . communication skills . . . French . . . conjugations . . . translations . . . tapes . . . stories . . . La fin . . . Library . . . quiet . . . Dewey decimal system . . . lournalism . . . County Crier Miss Nancy Lou Slusher 92 Good Communication ' ! ' Mrs. Mary Y. Murrie Hamlet Mrs. Janet S. Keith Miss Annie Catherine Dobyns Mrs. Mary S. Shelor 93 History Unfolds The Past History . . . lectures . . . reports . . . tests . . . conflicts . . . battles . . . triumphs . . . defeats . . . Geography . . . maps . . . customs . . . resources . . . Government . . . debates . . . Weekly Reader . . . notes . . . constitu- tion . . . Russian Revolution . . . politics . . . Economics . . . stocks . . . bonds . . . investments . . . commissions . . . profits . . . record of past . . . guide for future . . . Mr. Rudolph Marshall Mr. John Harman Mr. Ellis Enoch Mr. Walker Campbell Mr. R.A. Shull, Jr. 94 Mrs. JoAnne McBath Science — The Mrs. Lubna R. Ijaz Essence Of Life Science . . . Biology . . . Chemistry . . . Physics . . . lab . . . chemical equations . . . Micro teaching . . . exploding test tubes . . . Newton ' s law of gravity . . . combustion chamber . . . stench of sulfur . . . frogs . . . formaldehyde . . . protozoa . . . ameba . . . microscopes . . . field trips . . . science fair . . . ex- periments . . .success. . .failure. . . Mrs. Dena B. Gill Mrs. Alta M. Turman 95 A Time To Be Ourselves Pentagon Papers Released! Fortyvfive pages to go. Your time is my time. 96 Involvement Homecoming ' 72 A time for . . . excitement . . . pretty girls . . . mums . . . tension . . . kickoff . . . tackles . . . passes . . . scores . . . halftime . . . band performing . . . queen crowned . . . happiness . . . tears . . . defeat but hope . . . dance . . . the clock strikes twelve . . . Radiant Denise Slusher shows total ecstasy after being crowned Homecoming Queen. Homecoming Court: ROW ONE: V. Reed, A. Smith, L. Cordon, M. Caveness, V. Bolt, B. Mannon, J. Branscome, A. Bond. ROW TWO: D. Mabery, ). Pratt, E. Epperly, R. Slusher. ROW THREE: D. Sweeney, A. Gallimore, D. Moles, M. Angle. ROW FOUR: L. Quesenberry, C. Shortt, ). Vest, C. Cannaday, V. Quesenberry, K. Love. ROW FIVE: D. Slusher, D. Wood. 98 Snow Queen Vicky Quesenberry Reigns Over ' 72 Christmas Parade Junior Attendants: Brenda Sowers, Donna Sweeney, Senior Attendants: Diane Simpkins, Ellen Dunn; Snow Queen: Vicky Quesenberry 99 Bridge Over Troubled Waters — 1970-71 Prom " Bridge over Troubled Waters” . . . planning . . . work . . . " when you ' re weary feeling small " . . . paint . . . cardboard . . . weeping willows . . . finishing touches . . . music by the " Sledge Hammers " . . . " sail on silver girl, sail on by " . . . girls in their gowns . . . guys in their suits . . . happiness . . . sadness . . . " when tears are in your eyes I will dry them all” . . . 100 Speech Class and Choir Pay Homage To Madonna and The Spirit Of Christmas Speech Class presents an example of an old fashion Christmas. 101 FCHS Students Gain Recognition Joe Farmer, Brenda Bowers and Edwin Chesson were three of six high school students to present a paper at a Science Symposium at the University of Virginia. . ' J iH . —41 D. Wood, R. Bond, F. Murrie and J. Pratt, 1971 delegates to Boy ' s and Girl ' s State are giving advice to C. Whitlock, D. Murrie, S. Chesson, M. Grim and V. Angle, 1972 del- egates. Allie Bell Keith won the Betty Crocker Award. 102 Brenda Bowers received honorable mention in the National Merit Tests. Individually And As Groups The Voice of Democracy contest was won by Brenda Bowers with Joan Pratt and Jane Tolbert winning second and third places respectively. Candidates for the DAR Citizenship Award were Denise Slusher, Joan Pratt and Alisa Wade. Joan Pratt won the award. Brenda Bowers received a trip to Congress to participate in the workshop with Senators. Blaine Shank, Salutatorian, " The Thinker " Brenda Bowers, Valedictorian, wins highest honor of Senior Class. Ability combined with hard work bring a straight “A " average to Brenda Bowers, Denise Slusher, Susan Agee, Brenda Dalton, Joan Pratt, Rebekah Whitlock, Richard Bond, Dwight Wood, Jimmie Wade and Blaine Shank. 103 Vickie Poff, Accompanist. Choral Develops Musical Talents Choir . . . new director . . . Country Cousins . . . appeared at Hotel Roanoke . . . altoes . . . presented annual Christmas Concert with band . . . basses . . . provided music for Christmas Assembly . . . sopranoes . . . spring con- cert . . . graduation . . . tenors . . . me- lodious voices in perfect harmony . . . " I ' d like to teach the world to sing " . . . BEGINNERS ' CHOIR — ROW ONE: C. Dalton, B. Harris, R. Conner, C. Hylton, S. Perdue. ROW TWO: D. Phillips, C. Vest, C. Walters, S. Lovitt, S. Shank, K. Wimmer. ROW THREE: M. Caveness, C. Link, S. Lawrence, L. Broughman, J. Falls, P. Thompson, K. Vest. Country Cousins: ROW ONE: B. Yearout, K. Graham, A. Vest, L. Weddle. ROW TWO: S. Harmon, J. Nichols, M. Williams, E. Dunn, ). Sutherland, P. Austin, C. Simpkins. 104 ROW ONE: E. Boyd, S. Reed, C. Guilliams, D. Turman, L. King, L. McAlexander, L. Weddle, Miss S. Rector, D. Monday, J. Cearheart, C. Browning, E. Epperly, A. Vest. ROW TWO: C. Keith, B. Walters, S. Nester, B. Yearout, P. Keith, R. Mitchell, P. Higgins, R. Roberson, J. Shank, B. Akers, L. Via, D. Carroll, D. Weddle, P. Strickland, V. Poff. ROW THREE: K. Sowers, C. Carr, P. Austin, J. Stuart, C. Moran, C. Vest, J. Sutherland, C. Simpkins, K. Conner, D. Stuart, S. Harmon, S. Palmer, E. Dunn, M. Williams. Clark Simpkins, Patsy Austin, Annette Vest, John Sutherland, James Nichols, Kenneth Conner, Jerry Cearheart, Miss Rector, Carlotta Browning, and Sandra Nester attended Concord College workshop. OFFICERS: John Sutherland, President; David Monday, Reporter; Kath y Graham, Vice-President; Patsy Austin, Secretary- Treasurer; EMen Dunn, Chaplain; Joanne Stuart, Librarian. Auxiliary Adds Zest To FCHS Band Solo Twirler, Denise Slusher Head Majorette, Susan Agee Majorettes: Theresa Moran, Diane Thompson, Susan Agee, Lynette Poft, Sue Spence. 106 First Row: C. Moran, J. Sutphin, K. Repass, D. Weddle, S. Spangler, S. Parr. Second Row: D. Sweeney, C. Poff, K. Sowers, V. Spangler, R. Spencer, C. Browning, L. Vopp, J. Stuart. Majorettes . . . solo twirler . . . twirling batons . . . flashing uniforms . . . routines . . . camp . . . tosses . . . strutting . . . practice . . . smiles . . . Rifle corp . . . captain . . . order arms . . . King George salute . . . Queen Anne salute . . . military style . . . hard work . . . Swiss Flags . . . precision drills . . . port arms . . . routines . . . right shoulder arms . . . spins . . . radiant colors waving . . . 107 Marching Buffaloes Exhibit Their Fine ROW ONE: Mr. Ellwanger, D. Monday. ROW TWO: D. Weddle, S. Spangler, J. Sutphin, S. Parr. C. Moran, K. Repass, D. Slusher, S. Agee, T. Moran, L. Poff, D. Thompson, S. Spence. ROW THREE: S. Shelor, V. Poff, S. Chesson, j. Claytor, C. Browning, D. Sweeney, C. Shortt, V. Spangler, ). Stuart, L. Yopp, K. Sowers, C. Poff, R. Spencer. ROW FOUR: J. Agee, S. Thompson, ). Farmer, L. DeHart, S. Harman, T. Gallimore, J. Boyd, C. Austin, E. Stuart, D. Price, S. Shank, S. Nester, J. Aldridge. ROW FIVE: P. Weeks, J.C. Wimmer, J. Claytor, W. Conner, V. Bolt, A. Worrell, A. Wimmer, P. Thompson, C. Sowers, R. Radford, C. Harman, C. Carr, P. Vest. ROW SIX: T. Stuart, CM. Wimmer, F. Murrie, R. Weeks, D. Murrie, C. Marshall, D. Martin, S. Whitlock, B. Shelor, A. Tolbert, S. Linkous. ROW SEVEN: B. Munzing, J. Shank, R. Harman, C. Moran, R. Roberson, C. Page, A. Grim, P. Strickland, D. Thompson, P. Keith. ROW EIGHT: A. O ' Connor, J. Perdue, S. Thomas, R. Thompson, M. Turner, C. Spangler, J. Casteel, J. Weeks, S. Lawrence, A. Nolen, R. Hollandsworth. ROW NINE: D. Sewell, D. Marshall, R. Hollandsworth, R. Jones, T. Boone, D. Vaughn, M. Morris, C. Link, R. Midkiff, M. Browning, R. Hollandsworth, L. Cockram, C. Wood. David Monday, Drum Major Section Leaders; ROW ONE: C. Marshall, J. Claytor, A. Wimmer, S. Nester. ROW TWO: P. Vest, R. Thompson, D. Thompson. ROW THREE: S. Linkous, F. Murrie, J. Farmer. 108 Musicianship Throughout The Year FCHS Band . . . brass and rhythm . . . shrill toot of clarinet . . . steady beat of bass drum . . . 105 members . . . section leaders . . . drum major . . . color guard . . . halftime shows . . . parades . . . concerts . . . tryouts . . . pep band . . . band follies . . . practice . . . merits . . . letters . . . music fills the air. A time for worry. A time for rest. The Marching Buffaloes display precision marching on the parade route. A time for reward. A time for practice. 109 THE BISON STAFF Editor: Susie Eanes Business Manger: B.P. Simpson Kenneth Conner Photographer: Robert Fink Class Editors: Seniors: Brenda Hylton Frances Murrie Juniors: Rita Wimmer Sophomore: Carol Hale Shelby Thompson Freshmen : Charlotte Harris Judith Claytor Eighth Grade: Peggy Conner Copy Editors: Denise Slusher Ellen Dunn Diana Weddle Vicki Gardner Lyndall Rakes Club Editors: Sharon Brammer Mary McAlexander Sports Editors: Susan Guilliams Richard Weeks Academics Editor: Carol Keith Advisor: Mrs. Joyce Pugh (=■ C. r cr ■ i£ os Enthusiasm at start of the school year . . . selling ads . . . preparing layouts . . . copy . . . captions . . . anxiety as deadlines approach . . . work . . . change . . . work . . . satisfaction and pride in final publication ... a yearbook . . . proclaming 1972 " A Time for Us " Vicki Gardner, Ellen Dunn, Diana Weddle and Denise Slusher work vigorously to finish the copy for THE BISON. 1 10 Deadline Closes In On Weary Staffers ROW ONE: K. Conner, M. McAlexander, S. Brammer, S. Eanes, S. Cuilliams, R. Wimmer, V. Gardner, D. Slusher. ROW TWO: D. Weddle, L. Rakes, C. Harris, J. Claytor, R. Weeks, B.P. Simpson, R. Link, C. Hale, S. Thompson, F. Murrie, B. Hylton, C. Keith, P. Conner. Ill r " COI NT ' (.Kll.lt ‘“I vn . mi „ im i.„ ' ' " I M It 1 1 It (M rv Iui;u . .corxTj crif.k » : m nt mm: it 3 COUNTY CRIER COUNTY CRIER AAnii .. " Phoning for interviews . . . Headlines . . . deadlines . . . Headaches. . . ' ' sometimes” — finding what is important . . . Learning what makes a newspaper go . . . Vet the staff can get to know each other ... May be smallest class in school . . . But we have a big voice . . . The Crier Staff Editor: Brenda Bowers Associate Editors: Julius Dickerson Sheree Maberry Feature Editors: Janice Willis Stephen Spence Rebekah Whitlock Sports: Lynwood Cox Jerry Duncan Ronald Boyd Mark Custer Exchange: Donnie Ober Stephen Shelor Cartoonist: Carol Keith Photographer: Sue Wade Circu lation : J.C. Wimmer Reporters: Mike Eanes Jane Tolbert Joe Rutrough Sponsor: Miss Nancy Slusher 112 ROW ONE: D. Ober, S. Shelor. ROW TWO: S. Maberry, C. Keith, J. Dickerson, R. Whitlock, S. Spence, S. Wade, L. Cox, R. Boyd. Our Newspaper Reflects " Our Time " Stephen Shelor folds the latest edition of the County Crier . Mark Custer and J.C. Wimmer fold the County Crier to be sent to other schools. 113 Literary Magazine Exhibits Creativity The Highlands Scops Staff Editor-in-Chief: Ronnie Austin Exchange Editor: Karen Alley Short Story Editors: Pam King Cathy Vest Poetry Editors: Connie Page Karen Smith Art Editor: Susan Eanes Layout Editor: Jennifer Claytor Business Man ager: Cheryl Whitlock Secretaries: Susan Eanes Diane Simpkins Photographer: Sue Wade Art Consultatnt: Mrs. Catherine Pauley Advisor: Mrs. Gladys Agee Highland Scops stresses creativity . . . Theme — " Reaching Out " . . . Features writing of talented students . . . A literary magazine to . . . Can bring enjoyment to all students of the school . . . Cathy Vest, Pam King, and Karen Alley examine a story submitted to the magazine. u 1 - ' Nr ftji rJSLil iJB ROW ONE: P. King, D. Quesenberry, J. Claytor, S. Eanes. ROW TWO: K. Alley, C. Whitlock, C. Vest, C. Page, K. Smith, R. Austin, Mrs. Agee. 114 Officers and Sponsor: Mr. Rorrer, Sponsor; Dwight Wood, Vice-President; Frank Moran, Sergeant of Arms; Kenneth Conner, Secretary; lames Nichols, President; Donnie Ober, Reporter. Industrial Arts Club Has Successful Second Year Industrial Arts Club . . . Eighth through twelfth grade boys . . . requirement of one year Industrial Arts attends national convention . . built a Christmas float . . . teaches self-sufficiency . . . Motto is “Learning to live in the technical world " . . . ROW ONE: D. Vaughn, M. Shortt, D. Young, J. Janney, R. Nolen, D. Moran, B. Wade, M. Poff, R. Turman. ROW TWO: J. Nichols, D. Wood, S. Townley, J. Vest, S. Vest, D. Lawrence, M. Morris, D. Nolen, R. Reed. ROW THREE: D. Ober, K. Conner, F. Moran, M. Harris, D. Cannaday, R. Hopper, D. Quesenberry, R. Sowers, E. Chesson, M. Harman, ). Pratt, B. Collins. 115 Working Together is the Theme of SCA SCA carries on routine work . . . Homecoming . . . Snow Queen . . . Madonna . . . sock hops . . . dances for all . . . convention in April . . . new officers . . . Special items gain attention . . . Spring May Day . . . change in club schedule . . . elimination of compulsory final exams for seniors . . . working together means a better school Officers and Sponsors: ROW ONE: Chester Simpkins, Treasurer; Mark Grim, Reporter; Vicky Quesenberry, Secretary; Janet Quesenberry, Vice President. ROW TWO: Mr. Mannon, Dwight Wood, President; Mrs. Radford. Janet Quesenberry, Alisa Wade, Vicky Quesenberry and Dwight Dwight Wood calls the January meeting of the Wood talk to Mr. Hollandsworth about elimination of compulso- SCA Meeting to order. ry final exams for seniors. 116 ROW ONE: T. Gallimore, V. Bolt, R. Conner, C. Turpin, E. Dunn, E. Boyd, D. Young, D. Simpkins, R. Quesenberry, W. Harris. ROW TWO: S. Whitlock, J. Branscome, D. Phillips, V. Angle, V. Spangler, M. Grim, B. Mannon, C. Simpkins, A. Gallimore. ROW THREE: J. Nester, T. Bell, S. Chesson, B. Perdue, S. Bell, T. Moran, K. Repass, A. Wade, J. Quesenberry, V. Quesenberry. One of Ellen Dunn and Terry Moran ' s duties as an SCA member is to raise the flag. Dwight Wood and Dennis Stuart show the seriousness of SCA business. 117 Old Members: ROW ONE: ). Pratt, M. Conner, D. Simpkins, A. Keith, S. Brammar, M. McAlexander, J. Nolen, A. Wade. ROW TWO: S. Houchins, W. McDaniel, F. Murrie, B. Hylton, D. Wood, R. Bond, D. Stuart, J. Dickerson. ROW THREE: L. Rakes, D. Weddle, V. Gardner, D. Slusher, M. Williams, D. Nolen, J. Wade, B. Shank. ROW FOUR: M. Eanes, J. O ' Connor, J. Willis, B. Thompson, L. Wells, R. Ratliff, D. Reed, R. Phillips. ROW FIVE: B. Trail, R. Whitlock. 118 New Members: ROW ONE: T. Kenley, C. Whitlock, M. Cockram, S. Cuilliams, S. Chesson, V. Quesenberry, K. Peters, O. Shank. ROW TWO: ). Wimmer, J. Aldridge, J. Brammar, B. Perdue, S. Agee, J. Claytor, D. Sweeney, J. Wimmer. ROW THREE: Sponsor: Mrs. Hylton, R. Link, S. Shelor, C. Cordon, J. Radford, ). Farmer, R. Boyd, J. Huff. ROW FOUR: M. Poff, J. Vest, M. Angle, C. Vest, S. Spence, V. Spangler, L. Yopp, R. Spencer. ROW FIVE: D. Akers, D. Atkins, L. Cox, M r ; - ■ ' Love, M. Hatch er, R. Austin, S. Maberry. ROW SIX: R. Hatcher, S. Bell. ' 72 Marks Year of Change OFFICERS: Dennis Stuart, President; Janice Willis, Vice-President; Denise Slusher, Secre- tary; Donna Reed, Treasurer; Richard Bond, Reporter. Beta Club . . . consists of Juniors and Seniors with 90 average . . . leadership . . . character . . . honesty . . . participation in tapping ceremony Who-Knows . . . Snow Queen float . . . Money making projects . . . Honey Bees . . . Welfare Baskets . . . gifts for Edgemede tutor service . . . A time for honors and dedicated service Who-Knows Contestants Dwight Wood, Blaine Shank, Jimmy Wade, and Darrell Nolen placed second in semi-finals and won a silver cup for the Beta Club. 119 Excellence In Writing — A Goal of Quill and Scroll nmumraji l ountp Sonn? Vhnol jkmnuiiste Officers and Sponsor: Brenda Hylton, President; Diana Weddle, Vice- President; Mrs. Agee, Frances Murrie, Secretary; Denise Slusher, Treasur- er; Julius Dickerson, Reporter. ROW ONE: S. Eanes, P. King, J. Claytor, F. Murrie, C. Via, E. Dunn, B. Bowers. ROW TWO: D. Weddle, S. Cuilliams, L. Rakes, D. Smith, M. McAlexander. ROW THREE: J. Dickerson, B. Hylton, J. Willis, D. Slusher, C. Page, S. Brammer, S. Spence. ROW FOUR: R. Boyd, D. Monday, S. Shelor, L. Cox, J. Tolbert, S. Maberry, R. Austin, M. Conner, Mrs. Agee, Sponsor. 120 The January meeting of the Quill and Scroll had Tom Sawyer as their guest speaker. Quill and Scroll . . . honorary club . . . a member must be in top third of class . . . and must have participated in some form of journalism . . . sponsors creative writing contest . . . has guest speakers in the field of journalism . . . works hard to achieve excellence in writing . . . Fred Palmer discussed the field of journalism at the December meeting. Creative writing contest judges Diana Weddle and Lyndall Rakes examine entries for the month of January. New member Ellen Dunn is pinned into the Quill and Scroll by Brenda Hylton. 121 FTA Prepares Members For The Field Of Education Future Teachers of America . . . prepares students for the responsibilities of teaching . . . encourages its members to enter some aspect of education . . . sends delegates to state convention . . . plans programs around teaching profes- sion . . . stimulates cooperation and par- ticipation ... of its members resulting in a successful year . . . Bulletin Board Committee: Debra Phillips, Sue Alderman, Sharon Bell, Linda Wells, Susie Eanes, Janet Quesenberry. Officers: Brenda Thompson, President; Renee Spencer, Vice President; Jennifer Claytor, Secretary; Cheryl Whitlock, Reporter. Guest speaker, Mrs. . Lubna Ijaz speaks to FTA members on education in Pakistan. 122 ROW ONE: R. Hatcher, V. Spangler, D. Thompson, L. Yopp, D. Monday, D. Higgs. ROW TWO: T. Kenley, K. Peters, D. Quesenberry, E. Epperly, D. Phillips, M. Peters, J. Agnew, D. Bain. ROW THREE: L. Alderman, S. Bell, J. Willis, R. Whitlock, S. Houchins, P. Vest, V. Poff, D. Higgs. ROW FOUR: C. Whitlock, S. Eanes, j. Quesenberry, L. Wells, ). Tolbert, C. Keith, B. Thompson, S. Spence. ROW FIVE: J. Claytor, V. Spenser, D. Lemons, M. Hayden, M. Williams, S. Agee, ). Higgs, C. Wood. FTA Members enjoy refreshments during Christmas meeting. FTA State Convention Delegates were Reba Hatcher, Sue Alderman, Jane Tolbert. 123 Library Club Members Aid Students During mi I’J fl J V vl ■ fl i M If ROW ONE: V. Quesenberry, E. Huff, J. Nolen, D. Quesenberry, R. Hatcher, L. Alderman, B. Hylton,. B. Trail, D. Moles, J, Lester, C. Cordon. ROW TWO: Mrs. Murrie, L. Turpin, H. Poff, C. Conner, C. Cox, P. Cockram, R. Weeks, F. Moran, C. Collins, ). Sutphin, S. Linkous, C. Poff, A. Wade, K. Repass, B. Spradling, D. Murrie, J. Aldridge. ROW THREE: D. Simpkins, L. Quesenberry, D. Bain, D. Higgs, L. Wells, R. Phillips, B. Thompson, D. Reed, L. Conner, D. Wilson, D. Higgs, L. Rakes, S. Houchins, R. Wimmer, M. McAlexander, F. Murrie, S. Smith. Donna Reed and Mary McAlexander are available when assistance is needed. 124 Philip Cockram is caught performing his everyday duties. Free Period Library Aides . . . assist librarian . . . deliver overdue notices . . . stamp checkout cards . . . straighten . . . file magazines . . . bulletin boards . . . type and file cards . . . reshelve books ... a time for work and study . . . Linda Conner still smiles even though initiation into Library Club is sometimes tough. Officers: Brenda Thompson, Vice President; Linda Wells, Reporter; Cindy Poff, Secretary; Donna Reed, Treasurer; Mrs. Murrie, Sponsor; Carry Collins, President. Library Club members are responsible for the bulletin board outside the library. Cindy Smith ' s candy won ' t last long the way Library Club members grab during initiation. 125 Science Club Now Divided Into ROW ONE: V. Spangler, C. Vest, N. Carden, S. Eanes, M. Hatcher, V. Gardner, P. Thompson. ROW TWO: C. Page, D. Sweeney, D. Lawrence, S. Spangler, D. Weddle, J.C. Wimmer, P. Cockram, D. Thompson, K. Repass. ROW THREE: R. Austin, C. Wood, ). Dickerson, ). Nolen, R. Lovell, B. Simpson, R. Bolt, C. Cannaday, R. Moles, D. Strickland, R. Thompson, M. Poff, D. Laing. ROW FOUR: S. Maberry, D. Nolen, ). Huff, J. Gearheart, E. Chesson, R. Sewell, B. Bowers, Mrs. McBath, Sponsor. Science Club members visit planetarium Officers: Donna Sweeney, Secretary; Brenda Bowers, President; at Chapel Hill, N.C. Edwin Chesson, Reporter; David Laing, Vice President; Julius Dickerson, Treasurer. 126 Two Separate Clubs Science Club . . . now divided into Se- nior and Junior clubs . . . sponsors Science Fair in the spring . . . club members enter projects in fair . . . open to all students at F.C.H.S. interested in science . . . affiliated with the Science Clubs of America . . . and Virginia Junior Academy of Science . . . members begin to view the world about them in scientific terms . . . Officers: Pam Strickland, President; Joel Shank, Vice President; Vicki Bolt, Secretary; Sandra Palmer, Treasurer; Susan Parr, Reporter, Ricky Harmon, Assistant Reporter; Cheryl Austin, Assistant Secretary. ROW ONE: M. Caveness, C. Harris, R. Harmon, C. Austin, S. Parr, Mrs. Ijaz, Sponsor; S. Palmer, V. Bolt, J. Shank, P. Strickland. ROW TWO: L. Broughman, H. Smith, C. Harman, S. Nester, C. Dalton, P. Via, L. McAlexander, S. Pratt, R. Hollandsworth, T. Boone, D. Vaughn, P. Higgins, G. Cole. ROW THREE: A Slusher, J. Boyd, A. Worrell, S. Harmon, R. Hill, T. Bell, D. Lucas, C. Hale, J. Perdue, J. Weddle, L. Turpin, J. Claytor. ROW FOUR: D. Hylton, B. Shelor. R. Pot’f, C. Browning, E. Boyd, K. Alley, D. Hall, A. Tolbert, R. Nolen, S. McDaniel. ROW FIVE: K. Tolbert, J. Agee, R. Mitchell, M. Sowers, I. Poff, P. Keith. Spelling Tests Common Sight In FBLA Session of Klassroom Kwiz demonstrates skills of Brenda Sowers, Kathy Vest, Susan Conner, Linda Harris, Vicki Higgs, Rita Phillips, Brenda Guilliams, Susan Guilliams, Alisa Wade and Diane Simpkins. Future Business Leaders of America . . . membership requirement two business courses . . . chief objective to develop leadership . . . sponsors March of Dimes campaign . . . field trip to observe a busi- ness in operation . . . tea for teachers . . . national spelling test . . . Spelling test winners: Becky Spradling, Susan Guilliams, Brenda Guilliams, Rita Phillips, Vicki Higgs, Carol Thomas, Carolyn Conner, Diane Simpkins, Becky Phillips. L i I ft SkL j L f i Sue Eanes, Loretta Turpin, Emma Jean Huff and Diane Simpkins present skit at club meeting. Officers: Rita Phillips, President; Vicki Higgs, Vice President; Becky Phillips, Secretary; Diane Quesenberry, Treasurer; Brenda Bolt, Historian; Diane Simpkins, Parliamentarian; Alisa Wade, Reporter. 128 ROW ONE: K. Vest, V. Manning, R. Phillips, L. Turpin, V. Higgs, V. Quesenberry, D. Quesenberry. ROW TWO: M. Conner, B. Duncan, J. Dickerson, D. DeHart, ). Higgs, O. Shank, L. King, ). Nolen, E. Huff. ROW THREE: P. Higgs, J. Duncan, J. Harmon, C. Harmon, D. Wilson, L. Conner, C. Conner, B. Cuillians, S. Cuilliams. ROW FOUR: V. Conner, J. Belcher, C. Hale, J. Thompson, B. Harris, B. Phillips, D. Simpkins, R. Wimmer, C. Thomas, H. Vest, B. Moran. ROW FIVE: S. Eanes, D. Bolt, B. Bolt, L. Quesenberry, S. Conner, D. Vest, B. Sowers, L. Harris, A. Wade, B. Spradling. Vicky Quesenberry, Judy Nolen, Alisa Wade, sort Christmas presents distributed during club meeting. Diane Quesenberry prepares refreshments for December Club Meeting. 129 L a Hr A y ROW ONE: B. Wood, A. Quesenberry, D. Thompson, R. King, V. McAlexander, E. Boyd, ). Weddle, S. Hollandsworth, D. Cruise, M. Pratt, K. Alderman, S. Alderman. ROW TWO: D. Phillips, D. Maberry, A. Hylton, ), Lester, P. Conner, N. Jones, D. Vest, A. Reed, J. Nester, C. Thomas, S. McClure, M. Weeks, G. Turpin. ROW THREE: S. Harmon, D. Altizer, J. Radford, J. Harmon, R. Whitlock, M. Peters, B. Smith, R. Spence, B. Cromer, B. Harris, D. Miller, S. Lovitt, S. Tatum. ROW FOUR: L. Harris, B. Goad, S. Aldridge, R. Radford, R. Lawson, C. Sowers, C. John, S. Spence, D. Tolbert, P. Austin, R. Smith, D. Sutphin, P. Roop. ROW FIVE: D. Nester, F. Gibson, C. Goad, D. Hylton, D. Hylton, J. Winner, C. Hylton, J. Hylton, S. Hylton, D. Quesenberry, S. Protfit, P. Higgs, S. Duncan. ROW: SIX: V. Phillips, D. Phillips, C. Harmon, H. Poff, D. Dulaney. Officers: Janet Wimmer, 2nd Vice President; Carolyn Cox, President; Carolyn Vest, 1st Vice President; Hilda Harmon, Re- porter; Sandra Vest, Secretary; Vicki Manning, Parliamentarian; Trenia Bell, Historian; Delana Jones, Treasurer; Yvonne Boyd, Chaplain. 130 FCHS Has Two Officers In Parkway Federation Future Homemakers of America . . . study about home and family in preparation for life as homemakers . . . individual and club projects . . . sewing . . . cooking . . . family planning . . . home mangement . . . preparedness — The Key to Opportunity is the theme for this years project. FHA and FFA members enjoy singing at the joint December meeting. Yvonne Boyd and Carolyn Vest represent FCHS in Parkway Federation. j ■ jm, jgg if V Sandra Vest, Shirley Spence, Frances Gibson prepare cookies for the Christmas meeting. 131 jackie Lester reigns as FHA Chapter Sweetheart. ROW ONE: B. Dickerson, J. Wade, R, Hopper, D. Thompson, S. Cox, N. Angel, C. Duncan, B. Akers, L. Harris, L. Bolt. ROW TWO: K. Manning, M. Howard, C. Quesenberry, D. Atkins, K. Hunley, ). Sutherland, C. Osborne, N. Carden, B. Hill, W. Stuart, ). Helms. ROW THREE: F. Gibson, R. King, L. Sutphin, V. Sutphin, B. Sutphin, M. Hylton, F. Cox, M. Conner, B. Radford, S. Royal, B. Jones, J. Hylton. ROW FOUR: A. Keith, C. Conner, C. Cox, C. Vest, M. Cockram, R. Weeks, W. Vance, T. Gregg, G. Huff, R. Akers, D. Walker. ROW FIVE: G. Akers, L. Conner, B. Guilliams, B. Goad, J. Stuart, W. McDaniel, E. Saunders, I. Bolden, D. Ober. NYC Enables Ambitious Students To Earn Money And Attend School Neighborhood Youth Corp . . . students work during school hours and after school . . . clinic . . . lunch money . . . grading papers . . . teacher ' s aids . . . guidance office . . . affiliated with the United States Government . . . sponsored by the Floyd County School Board . . . work at jobs that keep FCHS running smoothly . . . Through NYC Brenda Goad works as a teachers guide. 132 Officers: Kathrine Manning, Secretary; Norma Carden, President; Lessie Bolt, Vice President; Mrs. Albert, Mrs. Dalton, Sponsors; Mike Cockram, Reporter. Lois Sutphin, Vera Sutphin and Faye Cox prepare to help all illnesses. 133 Evelyn Saunders types files needed for the clinic. FFA First Year Members: ROW ONE: J. Sweebe, J. Bailey, T. Dalton, D. McAlexander, G. Cole, ). Cox, R. Stuart, D. Smith, K. Allen. ROW TWO: R. Pratt, D. Bolt, B. Phillips, B. Hollandsworth, T. Duncan, D. Cannaday, G. Vest, R. Gibson. ROW THREE: B. Eanes, P. Hylton, J. Guilliams, D. Reynolds, D. Simpkins, P. Keith, W. Cox, J. Hall, R. Turner. ROW FOUR: W. Dickerson, L. Tankersley, J. Conner, R. Bolt, H. Blankenship, D. Higgs, K. Boley. FFA Second Year Members: ROW ONE: R. Jones, D. Reed, G. Smith, C. Holt, R. Muncy, C. Ballinger, W. Vance, L. Cox, R. Nolen, R. Weeks. ROW TWO: M. Nolen, R. Higgs, A. Hubbard, T. Staples, C. Davis, J. Weddle, G. Roberson, B. Trail, C. Conner. ROW THREE: A. Huff, G. Hatcher, R. Slusher, R. Epperly, T. Janney, W. Goff, J. Helms, T. Bell, C. Hale, P. Reed. 134 Learning To Do Doing To Learn Learning To Live Living To Serve Future Farmers of America . . . national organization . . . for boys studying vocational agriculture . . . develops lead- ership . . . cooperation . . . citizenship . . . goal of establishing farm business . . . livestock grading . . . tractor driving Officers: Jeffrey Pugh, Reporter; Clark Simpkins, Sentinel; Wayne Goff, Treasurer; Denton Reed, Chaplain; Curtis Sowers, Secretary; Randy Gallimore, President; Roger Slusher, Vice President; Mr. Keith, Sponsor. FFA Retained Membership: ROW ONE: C. Sowers, M. Grim, C. Simpkins, R. Gallimore, J. Pugh, O. Conner, J. Helms, J. Reed. ROW TWO: H. Keith, C. Goad, D. Weddle, J. Whitlock, B. Moran, R. McAlexander, R. Marshall, R. Thompson, R. Hylton, J. Duncan, R. Rakes. ROW THREE: J. Conner, D. Hubbard, J. Sowers, K. Alderman, G. Akers, D. Akers, H. Farley, T. Phillips, R. Phillips, C. Kenley, W. Boothe, G. Hylton, S. Weeks. 135 Varsity Club Promotes School Spirit ROW ONE: R. Phillips, R. Bond, L. Mannon, Coach Bishop, Sponsor. ROW TWO: D. Pugh, D. Smith, M. Grim, D. Vest, S. Janney, D. Thompson, R. Vest, W. Harris. ROW THREE: J. Cox, C. Simpkins, P. Weeks, ). O ' Connor, D. Stuart, M. Hatcher, A. Cuilliams, R. Hopper. ROW FOUR: A. Weeks, C. Wimmer, C. Sowers, L. Sowers, W. Conner, L. Keith, C. Spence. Varsity Club . . . membership of boys receiving letters for participation in ath- letics . . . promotes sports program . . . creates enthusiasm for athletic events . . . spring banquet . . . good sportmanship Larry Mannon, Richard- Phillips and Richard Bond admire school mascot. Officers: Richard Bond, President; Richard Phillips, Treasurer; Mr. Bishop, Sponsor; Larry Mannon, Secre- tary; Cary Gillespie, Vice President; Elmer Turman, Re- porter. 136 Officers: Jerry Higgs, President; Richard Bond, Reporter; David Smith, Vice President; Chester Simpkins, Chaplain, Cary Gillespie, Secretary. Hi-Y . . . Promotes high standards of Christian living . . . affiliated with the Young Men ' s Christian Association . . . open to boys in grades ten through twelve . . . Hi-Y Builds Christian Character ... -m-., ROW ONE: J. Higgs, D. Wood, C. Vest, E. Simpkins, J. Sutherland, J. Vest, W. Goff, M. Stuart, J. O ' Connor, M. Eanes, Mr. Shull, Sponsor. ROW TWO: M. Grim, J. Rutrough, D. Smith, P. Thompson, G. Spence, C. Goad, D. Thompson, R. Bond, R. Vest, W. Clay. ROW THREE: J. Cox, R. Hollandsworth, R. Phillips, C. Kenley, G. Via, D. Strickland, P. Weeks, S. Thomas, G. Wood, A. Weeks, W. Harris. ROW FOUR: K. Love, M. Hatcher, L. Mannon, R. Thompson, L. Keith. 137 ROW ONE: C. Page, E. Dunn, S. Brammer, J. Agnew, C. Shortt, C. Osborne, ). Pratt, D. Harman, J. Pratt, M. Williams. ROW TWO: D. Sweeney, S. Agee, C. Strickland, ). Quesenberry, B. Perdue, D. Jones, P. King, A. Vest, S. Harman, P. Austin, L. Epperly. ROW THREE: J. Wimmer, D. Weddle, S. Spangler, S. Lovitt, C. Whitlock, T. Kenley, M. Cockram, S. Bell, N. Phillips, S. Spence, R. Yearout. ROW FOUR: S. Chesson, D. Dulaney, B. Wood, J. Wimmer, K. Cox, J. Brammer, K. Manning, B. Radford, K. Peters, D. Slusher. Sr. Tri-Hi-Y . . . made up of tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade girls . . . main purpose to create, maintain and extend . . . throughout the home, school, and community . . . high standards of Christian character . . . conducted proj- ect of visiting Creenlawn Nursing Home . . . working together, club members achieved goals set up by their creed . . . Officers: Denise Slusher, President; Sylvia Chesson, Vice President; Donna Sweeney, Secretary; Margie Cockram, Treasurer; Sharon Bell, Reporter; Joan Pratt, Chaplain; Connie Page, Historian. 138 Teen Angels Visit Joy Ranch ROW ONE: W. Roop, C. Browning, ). Branscome, V. Reed, K. Quesenberry, D. Martin, B. Boothe, K. Alley, N. Hatcher, A. Grim, L. Boyd, P. Hollandsworth, N. Jones. ROW TWO: A. Tolbert, V. Bolt, B. Shelor, S. Whitlock, L. Poff, S. Palmer, D. Thompson, P. Thompson, S. Perdue, L. Quesenberry, R. Conner, D. Price. ROW THREE: V. Phillips, D. Phillips, C. Harris, P. Strickland, S. Parr, J. Agee, P. Keith, K. Tolbert, S. Lovitt, B. Harris, K. Sutphin, D. Quesenberry, K. Wimmer. ROW FOUR: A. Worrell, G. Turpin, C. Thomas, M. Pratt, L. Manning, R. Turpin, B. Pauley, S. Nester, G. Hylton, S. Harmon, G. Atkins, C. Phillips, V. Phillips. ROW FIVE: B. Cromer, R. Spangler, L. DeHart, K. Agee, B. Moran, A. Shockley, S. Tatum, C. McGrady, J. Perdue, P. Compton, C. Hollandsworth. Junior Tri-Hi-Y . . . teen-angels . . . visiting Joy Ranch . . . balloons at Homecoming . . . bulletin boards promote Christian Spirit . . . sportsmanship . . . scholarship . . . clean living . . . affiliated with YWCA . . . maintain and extend Christian character . . . a time for peace and friendship . . . Officers: Mrs. Howell, Sponsor; Janet Branscome, Secretary; Anita Grim, President; Debbie Martin, Vice President; Norma Hatcher, Treasurer; Carol Hollandsworth, Historian; Katie Sutphin, Reporter; Brenda Boothe, Chaplain. 139 KVG Works to Keep Virginia Green KVG members and Mr. Keith check tools for field trip. Keep Virginia Green Club . . Consists of boys in grades 10-12 . Conservation conscious . . KVG strives to prevent fires as well as fight them . . . Boys are trained under the super- vision of Virginia Forest Warden . Crew Leaders: Randy Gallimore, Clark Simpkins, Curtis Goad, Richard Phillips, Wayne Goff, Wilfred Stuart. ROW ONE: L. Quesenberry, R. Davis, C. Goad, E. Simpkins, R. Gallimore, W. Goff, Mr. Keith, Sponsor. ROW TWO: W. Stuart, R. Higgs, J. Pugh, H. Farley, P. Reed, K. Aldermarv, J. Helms. ROW THREE: H. Blankenship, C. Ballinger, M. Carr, T. Phillips, R. Weeks, D. Akers, G. Akers. ROW FOUR: J. Whitlock, H. Keith, J. Hatcher, R. McAlexander, W. Clay, R. Rakes, M. Grim, C. Sowers. ROW FIVE: R. Mills, ). Wilson, R. Hylton, R. Marshall, G. Hylton, J. Reed, R. Slusher. ROW SIX: C. Conner, K. Goad, J. Sowers, D. Hubbard, R. Thompson. 140 Excitement The Buffaloes John O ' Connor End - Captain Joe Rutrough Tackle - Captain Paul Weeks Fullback, Captain ROW ONE: H. Farley, Manager, J. Simpkins, C. Gillespie, J. Vest, C. Simpkins, E. Turman, D. Spence, S. Hubbard, W. Harris, W. Conner, B. Mannon, K. Brown, R. Hollandsworth, Manager. ROW TWO: S. Cox, D. Thompson, L. Mannon, C. Collins, B. Shank, C. Kenley, S. Janney, C. Wimmer, W. Goff, J. Rutrough, C. Moran. ROW THREE: J. Casteel, Manager, Coach Shull, D. Pugh, R. Bond, J. O ' Connor, P. Weeks, G. Spence, L. Keith, R. Sewell, M. Grim, W. Clay, D. Smith, D. Thompson, Coach Raines. Football . . . anxious Buffaloes . . . gold and black . . . sideline cheers . . . kickoff . . . offense readies for attack . . . first and ten . . . touchdowns . . . stampeding defense . . . fumbles . . . punts . . . interceptions . . . injuries . . . screaming fans . . . the gun sounds . . . victory . . . defeat . . . jubilation . . . agony . . . C.M. Wimmer Larry Mannon Quarterback Halfback 142 Our Team Cary Spence Guard Woody Conner Linebacker Mark Grim End David Smith breaks loose from tacklers. Sam Cox End Larry Keith Tackle Cary Gillespie Guard Wayne Goff Center 143 Buffaloes Hampered Doug Pugh Guard Garry Collins David Smith D. Halfback Halfback Floyd 12 Narrows Opponents 6 0 Blacksburg 27 6 Galax 27 0 Radford 36 14 George Wythe 20 0 Dublin 52 8 Giles 12 6 Carroll County 13 6 Christiansburg 14 0 Pulaski 27 John O ' Connor fells Galax ' s Curtis Cox and prevents 6 points. 144 By Many Bad Breaks Annual Mud Bowl Came at Floyd! Paul Weeks attempts a pass for the all important touchdown. Run or Pass? CM. Wimmer must make a quick decision. Run that ball! 145 Grid Action Rougher ROW ONE: R. Radford, B. Mannon, C. Simpkins, E. Turman, D. Spence, J. Vest, R. Weeks, N. Phillips, H. Farley. ROW TWO: Coach Bishop, W. Harris, D. Criner, J. Quesenberry, S. Thompson, R. Sewell, T. Janney, D. Vest, K. Brown, L. Phillips. Floyd County 30 Floyd County 6 Floyd County 0 Floyd County 6 Floyd County 12 Floyd County 6 Floyd County 0 Christiansburg Rural Retreat Galax Radford Fort Chiswell Carroll County Giles 0 0 22 Coach Bishop gives instructions, as well as encourage- Touchdown brings victory for the Buffaloes, ment, to Chester Simpkins (40). 146 J ' (J ' CT O Competition Tougher Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County 1971 — Football (8th Grade) Scores 0 0 16 6 6 8 0 Christiansburg Rural Retreat Galax Radford Fort Chiswell Carroll County Giles 26 6 28 20 44 0 8 And it ' s off and moving with a first-down for Floyd. Coach Goss puts David Smith back into the swing of action. ROW ONE: W. Dickerson, R. Hollandsworth, D. Sowers, P. Janney, D. Young, J. Akers, R. Hollandsworth. ROW TWO: R. Quesenberry, K. Tolbert, ). Cox, M. Caveness, B. Wade, L. Hancock, M. Webb. ROW THREE: Coach Goss, D. Smith, D. Reynolds, A. O ' Connor, D. Alderman, D. Sewell, D. Higgs, A. Smith. 147 Buffaloes On The Move Coach Shull sends a play in by John O ' Connor. They may be rough, but they haven ' t got that Buffalo stuff. Hold onto that pigskin! Buffalo teammates run sweep over opponents. Injuries Hurt Buffalo Cagers The referee . . . to a jump ball is called as Larry Mannon struggles with opponents. FV 5 ] Jn FcJ I Jw nr hrr j ROW ONE: D. Smith, M. Grim, D. Thompson, D. Stuart, L. Mannon, K. Love. ROW TWO: J. O ' Connor, C. Goad, L. Sowers, J. Wimmer, R. Bond, D. Vest, Coach Goss. 149 Coach Eddie Goss Basketball. . . work and tun . . . endless drills . . .warmups. . . fast breaks . . . layups . . . turnovers . . . fouls . . . rebounds . . . jump balls . . . cheering crowds . . .frustrations. . . sportsmanship despite losses . . . Buffaloes. . .Our Team. . . Larry Mannon gets an easy basket. The ball goes in the basket for another two points for Curtis Goad What are you saying, Coach Goss? 150 Leads Buffalo Cagers David Smith shows amazing body control as he catches the ball. Outmaneuvering a Maroon, Mark Grim takes a jump shot. riv .it- Come on boys, defense is the name of the game. 151 Buffaloes Find Competition Tough In New River District Heading for the basket, Larry Mannon drives by a startled Oriole. Jump, Dennis! Make him miss it. Darrell Vest “does his thing. " John O ' Connor adds lending hand in scoring. David Smith catches sneaky pass. Flovd Qpppnents 66 Pulaski 85 64 Blacksburg 75 50 Radford 83 86 Dublin 101 72 Galax 103 73 George Wythe 75 61 Narrows 68 66 Giles 94 63 Christiansburg 72 54 Carroll County 83 78 Radford 111 62 Pulaski 89 81 Blacksburg 103 78 Dublin 96 75 Galax 89 46 George Wythe 76 77 Narrows 92 84 Giles 112 Tension mounts as Donnie Thompson jumps to score a possible two points. 153 J.V. ' s Prepare for Promotion to Varsity J.V. Buff C.M. Wimmer displays professional techniq in shooting from close quarters. Flovd Opponents 31 Pulaski 57 37 Blacksburg 47 49 Radford 41 42 Dublin 66 45 Galax 68 50 George Wythe 55 58 Narrows 45 44 Giles 69 36 Christiansburg 46 54 Carroll Co. 55 40 Radford 36 43 Pulaski 63 36 Blacksburg 42 52 Dublin 74 38 Galax 55 41 George Wythe 58 51 Narrows 44 60 Giles 70 ROW ONE: E. Turman, R. Vest, A. Guilliams, B. Mannon, R. Hollandsworth, T. Stuart. ROW TWO: W. Conner, G. Moran B. Dickerson, ). Casteel, P. Cockram, C. Wimmer, W. Goff, Coach Bishop. 154 Baby Buffs Open Season With A Win ROW ONE: D. Thompson, T. Boone, J. Guilliams, R. Hollandsworth, T. Slusher, R. Hollandsworth, C. Link. ROW TWO: J. Hall, K. Tolbert, D. Sewell, D. Alderman, D. Reynolds, D. Marshall, M. Nolen, Coach Raines. Terry Slusher drives for two after a steal from Christiansburg. Action continues as the referee hands the ball to Ronald Hollandsworth. Floyd County 36 Auburn Opponents 34 27 Dublin 48 29 Christiansburg 56 29 Galax 58 34 Radford 63 49 Auburn 50 21 Radford 55 16 Christiansburg 73 25 Galax 58 155 156 J. Casteel, R. Hollandsworth, C. Vest, Coach Shull, C. Claytor, D. Thompson, D. Strickland. Second Year Golf Team Improves Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County 1971 Golf Scores 7 Radford 11 6 Pulaski 12 10 Vi Christiansburg 7 V 2 0 Galax 18 7 1 2 Dublin 8 V 2 14 Giles 4 V 2 George Wythe 17V2 6 V 2 Carroll County IIV 2 Ricky Vest shows excellent form in his backswing. 157 Elation — Frustration m Iffii ' f 1 mv... 1 y fSJf Floyd County 88 2 l Carroll County f 46 ' z Floyd County 31 Blacksburg 105 Floyd County 85 Vi Christiansburg 49 Vi Floyd County 72 Narrows 63 Floyd County 28 Radford 85 Floyd County 5 4 Vi Giles . • , W ' h § Marion 26 ROW ONE: R. Pugh, S. Lovitt, C. Clay, C. Showalter, W, Naff, R. Hopper, J. Myers, J. Cox, D. Quesenberry. ROW TWO: W. Sutphin, Manager; D. Smith, J. Rutrough, P. Reed, L. Mannon, J. Walker, W. Huff, C. Collins, T, Spangler, S. Cox, M. Stuart, Coach Raines. ROW THREE: L. Phillips, Manager; D. Thompson, C. Spence, ). O ' Connor, D. Nolen, R. Reed, R. Bond, S. Thompson, L. Quesenberry. 158 The Story Of Spring Sports 971 Baseball Sdoi FloydCounty Floyd County Floyd Co ' ynty Floyd County Floyd County Floyd-CountW Kural Retreat Radford Radford Christiansburg Rural Retreat Pulaski Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Floyd County Galax Carroll County George Wythe Carroll County Pulaski Galax ROW ONE: C. Wimmer, D. Thompson, R. Weeks- M. Starkey, R. Phillips, W. Conner, M. Harris. ROW TWO: W. Starkey, N. Hatcher, D. Stuart, D. Smith, W. Clay, D. Boyd, S. Janney. ROW THREE: Coach Bishop, D. Vest, C. Moran, D. Thompson, E. Manning, P. Weeks, R. Bond, J. Miller, P. Cockram. 159 ROW ONE: Coach Goss. ROW TWO: H. Yeatts, R. Bolt, L. Mannon, B. Sowers, L. Sowers, E. Chesson, M. Hatcher, ). Worrell, not pictured A. Link. Tennis Team Post 8-4 Record 1971 Tennis Scores: Floyd County 3 Narrows 6 Floyd County 6 Christiansburg 3 Floyd County 5 Galax 4 Floyd County 5 Giles 4 Floyd County 6 Auburn 3 Floyd County 5 Christiansburg 4 Floyd County 1 Radt ' ord 8 Floyd County 4 Pulaski 5 Floyd County 5 Auburn 4 Floyd County 3 George Wythe 6 Floyd County 8 Fries 1 Floyd County 7 Fries 2 Allen Link proves to spectators why he and Harry Yeatts went all the way to State Competition. 160 Girls Compete In Intramurals Junior Division Winners: ROW ONE: P. Strickland. ROW TWO: S. Parr, I. Stuart. ROW THREE: S. Palmer, N. Hatcher, V. Huff. ROW FOUR: J. Agee, J. Perdue, A. Grim, G. Atkins. Tennis Champions: Janet Agee, Cathy Moran. 161 Cheerleaders — A Time For Go-Power ROW ONE: J. Stuart, J. Willis, S. Bell, L. Alderman, W. Stuart. ROW TWO: V. Gardner, Co-Captain, V. Quesenberry, Cap- tain. 162 Cheerleaders Generate School Spirit Sandra Palmer, Captain Beverly Quesenberry, Co-Captain Cheerleaders . . . spirit . . . yelling . . . jumping . . . pep . . . infinite practice . . . sideline cheers . . . pep rallies . . pom poms . . . posters . . . enthusiasm . . . stunts . . . black gold . . . tears . . . smiles . . . yee-haw move em out ROW ONE: S. Palmer, B, Booth, N. Hatcher, B. Quesenberry. ROW TWO: T. Bell, E. Britt, A. Vest. 163 uesen ROW ONE: M. Pratt, V. Reed, K. Quesenberry. ROW TWO: A. Shockley, K. Wimmer, S. Lovitt. ROW THREE: G. Turpin. 164 74 Per Cent Lunch Participation Mildred Kidd Virginia Quesenberry Virginia Spence 165 Auxiliary Personel Help In All Situations Mabel Via Student Bus Drivers: M. Angle, R. Houchins, J. Reed, J. Duncan, J. Cox, D. Wood, W. Stuart. ROW TWO: C. Hylton, S. Quesenberry, R. Wimmer, S. Vest, C. Stuart. L. C. Akers Jimmy Thomas Fred Via Ruby Agnew 166 Floyd Garment Floyd, Virginia Neya ' s Hairstylist Professional Beauty Care Complete Wig Care Dial 745-2567 Floyd, Virginia Maberry Funeral Home, Inc. Phone 745-2121 Floyd, Virginia 24091 Ambulance Monuments Your Sports Headquarters SPORTING GOODS JACK W. KITTS General Insurance Agency Congratulations Class of 1972 Complete Line of Sporting Equipment Special Team Prices 3441 Brandon Ave. S.W. Roanoke, Virginia 24018 Phone (703)345-8136 LINDA ' S BEAUTY SHOPPE Professional Beauty Care Open 6 Days a Week 745-4859 Floyd, Virginia 168 Harris Cleaners and Self Service Laundry A Complete Dry Cleaning And Laundry Service Alterations, Repairs, And Tailor Made Suits ROBERSON JEWELRY Watches, Diamond Jewelry, South Locust St. Floyd, Va. 745-4568 Authorized Gibson Dealer STONE ' S UNION 76 Tires, Batteries, Accessories Bent Mountain, Va. 929-8824 FLOYD JEWELRY Watches Diamonds at Lowest Prices Floyd, Virginia WALTERS ' GROCERY Carlton W. Walters - Owner General Store Spray Materials for Vegetables and Fruits Bent Mtn. Virginia 169 LINKS COUNTRYETTE Gas - Groceries, Restaurant Route 610 Locust Grove Community Check, Virginia 24072 651-4301 SHOP AND SAVE AT FLOYD FOOD MARKET Groceries - Produce Also cut and grind meat Satisfaction Guaranteed W.L. Slaughter, Prop. 745-2630 A 3-Min. Drive West From Floyd Stoplight HWY. 221 West FLOYD ESSO Owner: John Howell Floyd, Virginia QUALITY FLORIST Say it With Flowers and Say it With Ours Floyd, Virginia 745-4792 170 Reeds Garage, Inc. Since 1915 Amos O. Janney, President Complete — Car Truck Sales Service Bent Mountain, Virginia 24059 Dial 929-4236 Bohon Fralin Heating Oil - Diesel Fuel - Kerosene Bent Mountain, Virginia 24059 Phone: 929-4755 171 Graham School Pictures, Inc. Edgemont Duncan Sts. Bristol, Tennessee 37620 Your Official School Photographer Bent Mountain Restaurant Gene ' s Grocery Self Service The Friendliest Place in Town Shop Here for All of Your Grocery Needs Be Sure to Shop at Gene ' s and Save On Your Grocery Budget Telephone - 745-4363 Owners: Mrs. Gene O. Williams Genes C. Thompson Floyd, Virginia Bent Mountain, Virginia 929-4752 Compliments of Buddy Moses Herff Jones Company 172 CITIZENS TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE Floyd Virginia LUTHER WEBB ' S Lawnmower Service Authorized Sales Service Briggs Stratton - Clinton - Lauson Power Products - Lombard McCulloch Chain Saws Snapper Comet Riding Mowers All Makes Serviced Phone 745-4353 — Floyd, Va. 24091 Floyd Motor Company Sales - Service - Wrecker Service Parts Accessories FLOYD FINANCE AND SMALL LOAN CO. Phone 745-4155 POWELL ' S GROCERY Bent Mountain, Virginia Floyd Press Inc. Published in the Heart of Beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains Established 1891 Floyd, Virginia On Route 221 173 Reed Lumber Company Simmons Service Station Christiansburg Virginia Phone: 382-4981 763-2246 Highway 8 Nine Miles North of Floyd Community Builder Service When You Need It SIMPSON OF CHECK Groceries, Gas, and Feed FLOYD PHARMACY, INC. 8 Track Stereo Tapes and Players Hgwy. 221 Check, Va. 651-3383 Everything for your need! Floyd Virginia WESTERN AUTO STORE TEX DRIVE-IN Floyd Virginia Route 8 745-2432 J.E. HARMON OIL COMPANY Floyd, Virginia Phone: 745-2323 BLUE RIDGE CAFE Main Street Floyd Virginia HARMANS STORE J.E. Forman - Owner - Operator Hardware General Merchandise Phone: 789-2291 Willis, Virginia BOYD ' S STORE WE GIVE Floyd, Virginia POFF ' S GARAGE Your Allis-Chalmers Dealer Auto and Tractor Repair Phone: 929-4203 Bent Mountain, Virginia BEN FRANKLIN Nationally Known Locally Owned Floyd Virginia RUTROUGH SUNDRIES Sundries, Toiletries Cosmetics, Old Dominion Candies, Floyd Stationery and Pens Virginia BILL AND JEAN ' S CARPLAKE Route 860 Floyd, Virginia - 24091 Refreshment Stand Jackpots Open April 1 to Oct 1 Picnic Area 175 24 Hour Service ARTCRAFT FLORIST AND GIFT SHOP “One of the Nice Things About Floyd " P.O.Box 56 - Telephone (703) 745-4165 Floyd, Virginia 24091 Hazel Robertson Ruth S. Christie Recapping Service Floyd Tire Shop Floyd, Virginia Phone: 745-4424 Our bank is known for savings, checking, loans, expert advice and . . . U-Toll-Em-Inn Skyline Ford L.T.D. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Sales and Service Floyd Va. Phone 745-4161 ! Floyd Va. 176 Roanoke Coca Cola Bottling Co. Roanoke, Va. TURMAN-YEATTS MOTOR CO., INC. Floyd, Virginia 24 Hour Wrecker Service _ . Sales Service Dodge Trucks J.C. Yeatts, Jr. nonnr CHRYSLER Bus. Phone 745-4400 Res. Phone 745-2757 BOWLES SALES COMPANY, INC. Phone Dl 2-2298 1715 Williamson Rd. Roanoke 12, Virginia Distributor Tom ' s Toasted Peanuts Tom ' s Peanut Butter Sandwiches Tom ' s Candies Tom ' s Sweet Sandwiches Tom ' s Potato Chips Men ' s Shop Christiansburg, Va. For Parts Supplies Always Call FLOYD AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY Cattle Shed Produce Floyd, Va. Bent Mountain Apple Shed Bent Mountain, Va. M.A. Conner, Owner 929-4632 Floyd, Virginia 24091 P.O. Box 394 Phone: 745-2515 177 Your Complete Home Furnishing Center 745-2822 High ' s Inc. Furniture Appliances Furniture For Every Need Hotpoint Appliance 745-2424 Floyd, Va. 178 ITS A ftexsuM! Working With Skyline Sportswear Floyd, Virginia Town Country Drive-In Short Orders - Hotdogs - Barbecues Floyd, Virginia " Carnations Say It Best " BENT MOUNTAIN GREENHOUSE W.S. SMITH GROCERY STORE Gas Oil - Groceries Meats - Produce and Feeds Copper Hill, Va. Phone 929-4479 179 Conner ' s Store Village Fashion Shop Latest in Ladies Fashions 745-2843 Oxford Street Floyd, Virginia Shoes Men ' s Clothing Groceries At Fair Prices Plus Top Value Stamps Dial 745-4761 Floyd Virginia BELCHER ' S Body Repair Auto Painting Class Installation Floyd, Virginia THOMPSON-HAGAN DRUG CO. Your Rexall Store in Christiansburg, Virginia Free Parking in Rear of Store " Russell Stover Candies " MARY ' S BEAUTY SHOP Floyd Virginia Original CLOWER FEED SEED STORE DeLaval Milkers - Sales Service Floor Finishing Materials - Floyd Virginia Rental Sanders Phone 745-4563 180 SWEENEY AUTO SALES Floyd, Virginia Owner of Car 21 PATRONS Charles Kingrea - State Farm Insurance Agent Henry Stewart, Optometrist Mrs. A.L. Gearheart, El Tenedor Skating Rink Otis Howell, Owner El Tenedor Skating Rink Mrs. H.E. Keith III Archie ' s Garage BOOSTERS Fabrics Fashions Inc. Harris J. Janney Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Slusher Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Shelor Harris General Merchandize G.J. Ingram Son Kelly ' s Texaco Paul R. Sutphin, Sheriff Bob Shelor ' s Radio Shop Dr. Joseph H. Conduff Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge T. Weddle Nelson Moran, Pine Tavern F. Clyde Bedsaul M.D. 181 ADVERTISEMENTS Artcraft Florist Gift Shop Bank of Floyd Belcher ' s Body Shop Bent Mountain Greenhouse Bent Mountain Restaurant Bill lean ' s Carplake Blue Ridge Cafe Bohon Fralin Boyd ' s Store Bowles Sale Co. Inc. Cattle Shed Produce Citizens Telephone Coop.. C.M.T. Conners Store Floyd Automotive Supply Floyd Esso Floyd Finance Small Loan Co. Floyd Food Market Floyd Garment Floyd jewelry Floyd Motor Co. Floyd Pharmacy Inc. Floyd Press Inc. Floyd Tire Shop Gene ' s Grocery Graham School Pictures, Inc. Harmon ' s Store Harris Baker Furniture Harris Cleaners Self Service Laundry Herff lones Company High ' s Furniture J.E. Harmon Oil Co. Kitts Insurance Agency Linda ' s Beauty Shoppe Link ' s Countryelte Maberry Funeral Home, Inc. Mary ' s Beauty Shop Neya ' s Hairstylist Poff ' s Garage Powell ' s Grocery Quality Florist Reed ' s Garage, Inc. Reed Lumber Co. Roanoke Coca-Cola Roberson Jewelry Rutrough Sundries Shelton Walters Men Shop Simmons Service Station Simpson of Check Skyline Ford L.T.D. Skyline Sportswear Stone ' s Union 76 Sweeney Auto Sales Tex Drive In Thompson-Hagan Drug Co. Town Country Drive-In Turman - Yeatts U-Toll-Em-Inn Village Fashion Shop W.S. Smith Grocery Store Walter ' s Store Western Auto Store Webb ' s Lawnmower Service Wood ' s Funeral Home PATRONS Archies ' Garage Gearheart, Mrs. A.L. Howell, Otis Keith, Mrs. H E. III. Kingrea, Charles Stewart, Henry BOOSTERS Bedsaul, Dr. F. Clyde Bob Shelor ' s Radio Shop Conduff, Dr. Joseph H. Fabrics and Fashions Inc. G.J. Ingram and Son Harris General Merchandize Janney. Harris J. Kelly’s Texaco Moran, Nelson Shelor, Mr. Mrs. Henry B. Slusher, Mr. Mrs. J.E. Sutphin, Paul R Weddle, Mr. Mrs. Talmadge T. SCHOOL BOARD Alderman, B.T. Cole, M.L. Harmon, J.E. Nixon, Rex Phillips, Gerald Simpson, B.P. FLOYD COUNTY ADMINISTRATION Casteel, Mrs. Dorothy 176 176 176 176 172 175 175 171 175 177 177 176 168 180 177 170 173 170 167 169 173 174 173 176 172 172 175 178 169 172 178 175 168 168 170 168 180 167 175 173 170 171 174 177 169 175 177 174 174 176 179 169 181 174 180 179 177 176 180 179 169 174 180 170 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 181 84 84 84 84 84 8 84 Dalton, Mrs. Sally Eanes, Mrs. Elizabeth Harmon, David Hollandsworth, Mrs. Rowena Houston, John Monday, Alonzo Thomson, Mrs. Mildred Vest, Mrs. Susie HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Hollandsworth, R.L. Jennings, H.P. Lester, Mrs. Susan Maberry, Mrs. JoAnne O ' Connor, Mrs. Lorice Peak; Robert Poff, Mrs. Iris COOKS Hylton, Mrs. Louise Keith, Mrs. Beulah Kidd, Mrs. Mildred Quesenberry, Mrs. Virginia Shortt, Mrs. Bernice Sowers, Mrs. Gertrude Spence, Mrs. Virginia CUSTODIANS Agnew, Mrs Ruby Akers, L.C. Thomas, Jimmy Via, Fred Via, Mrs. Mabel TEACHERS Agee, Mrs. Gladys Albert, Mrs. Nola Altizer, Mrs. Virginia Beach, Mrs. Kathyleen Bishop. Worley Jr. Campbell, Walker Cockram. Mrs. Lillian Dobyns, Miss Catherine Elwanger, Robert Enoch, Ellis Gardner, Mrs. Nora Gill, Mrs. Dena Harman, John Houchins, Mrs. Thelma Howell, Mrs. Rebecca Hylton, Mrs. Yvonne ijaz, Mrs. Lubna Keith, David Keith, H.E. Ill Keith, Mrs. Janet Keith, Lonnie Leonard, Mrs. Joyce Lucas, Daniel Mannon. Carnice Marshall, Rudolph McBath, Mrs. JoAnne McQuown, Miss Elizabeth Murrie, Mrs. Mary Pauley, Mrs. Catherine Pugh, Mrs. Joyce Radford, Mrs. Wanda Raines, Kenneth Rector, Miss Sandra Roop, Mrs. Nancy Rorrer, Calvin Shelor, Mrs. Mary Shull, R.A. Jr. Slusher, Miss Nancy Slusher, Miss Ruth Ann Thomson, George Turman, Mrs. Alta Weeks, Robert 84 84 84 84 84 84 84 84 85 85 182 85 85 85 85 165 165 165 165 165 165 165 166 166 166 166 166 74,92,114,120 87,133 36.91 74.92 43, 90, 136, 146, 154, 157 65, 94 87 65, 93 86, 108 55, 94 55, 87 74, 95 43, 94 65, 92 89, 139 65, 91, 119, 165 74, 95, 122, 127 74, 91 55, 91 43, 93 88, 135, 140 74, 90 2, 88 87, 96, 116 36, 94, 96 65, 95, 126 55, 90 93, 124 65, 86, 96, 114, 127 11, 36, 93, 96, 110 89, 96, 116 43, 90, 155 86, 96, 105 36, 89 88, 115 93 36, 94, 96, 104, 137, 148 55, 92, 112 43, 89 88 74, 95 5. 88 Mrs. Lester, schools new receptionist. 182 A Agee, Janet 9 66, 108, 127, 139, 161 Agee, Karen Faye 9 66, 139 Agee, Nancy Edna 11 44 Agee, Rebecca Rose 8 74 Agee, Susan Faye 12 19, 34, 38, 102, 106, 108, 119, 123 Agnew, Theresa Joan 10 55, 71, 123, 138 Akers, Bryant Ellis 9 66, 105 Akers, Daniel Allen 11 44, 119, 135, 140 Akers, Cary Wayne 8 74, 132 Akers, George Edward 9 66 Akers, Gerry Klemon 10 55, 135, 140 Akers, Phyllis Jean 8 74 Akers, Ricky Neal 12 74 Alderman, Danny Carlin 8 74, 147, 155 Alderman, Karen Faye 8 74, 130 Alderman, Linda Sue 11 44, 122, 124, 162 Alderman, Sharon Kaye 8 74, 130 Aldridge, Jennifer Gail 11 44, 108, 119, 124, 161 Aldridge, Shirley Jean 11 44, 130 Allen, Joel Linwood 11 44 Allen, Kenneth Lawrence 8 74, 134 Allen, Patricia Darlene 9 66 Alley, Karen Sue 9 66, 114, 127, 139 ykltizer, Denise Michelle 8 74, 130 Altizer, Rhonda Lynne 8 74 Angel, Nobledean Marie 12 19, 38, 100, 103, 132 Angle, Matthew Van 11 43, 44, 98, 117, 119, 166 Argabright, Charlotte Rose 9 66 Argabright, Nellie Irine 9 66 Arpe, James Edward 9 74 Atkins, Donald Ray 11 119, 132 Atkins, Grade Marie 9 66,139 Austin, Cheryl Ann 9 74. 108. 127 Austin, Patricia Lynn 10 55, 104, 105 Austin, Phyllis Jean 9 66, 130, 138 Austin, Ronald Ray 11 44, 114, 119, 120, 126 B Bain, Cathy Gay 9 66 Bain, Deborah Ann 10 55, 123, 124 Ballinger, Clyde Carson Jr. 9 66, 134, 140 Ballinger, Jack Allen 8 74, 134 Bason, Samuel A’Court 8 74 Beale, Jeffery Edward 9 66 Beaver, Joseph Carlton 11 44 Beaver, Mary Ruth 9 66 Beckner, Donald Dwight 8 74 Beckner, Marsha Darlene 9 66 Belcher, Danny Ray 11 Belcher, Glendell Lynn 12 19, 38 Belcher, Janice Ellen 10 55, 129 Bell, Sharon Lea 11 44, 117, 122, 123, 162 Bell, Thomas Clifford 9 66, 127, 134 Bell, Trenia Gale 10 6, 55, 117, 130, 163 Beran, Paul Gordon 11 44 Beran, Wayne Gerney 9 66 Bishop, Allen Dale 8 74 Blankenship, Harry Lee 9 66, 134, 140 Bolden, Ira Marie 11 44, 132 Boley, Howard Keith 8 73, 134 Bolt, Alton Wayne 12 19, 38 Bolt, Brenda Sue 11 45, 128, 129 Bolt, Debra Lynn 9 66 Bolt, Donnie Ray 8 75, 134 Bolt, janie Marie 8 75 Bolt, Joyce Gail 11 45 Bolt, Lessie Pauline 12 19, 34, 38, 132, 133 Bolt, Ricky Arnold 10 55, 126, 158 Bolt, Ronnie Dean 9 75, 134 Bolt, Vicki Lynn 9 66, 98, 108, 117, 127, 139 Bond, Alex Joe 9 66, 69, 98 Bond, Richard Steven 12 19, 38, 103, 118, 119, 142, 156, 157 Boone, Timothy Scott 8 75, 108, 127, 155 Boothe, Brenda Lynn 9 66, 71, 139, 163 Boothe, Daniel Ray 9 66, 72 Boothe, James Arnold Jr. 11 45 Boothe, William Henry 11 45, 135 Bower, Kenneth Randall 12 19, 38 Bowers, Cheryl Brenda 12 19, 38, 102, 112, 120, 126 Boyd, Doris Yvonne 9 66, 130, 131 Boyd, Elaine Gay 9 66, 117, 127, 130 Boyd, Julie Ann 8 75, 108, 127 Boyd, Linda Gay 9 66, 139 Boyd, Ronald Harold 11 45, 112, 113, 119, 120 Boyd, Wanda Sue 8 75 Brammer, Jo Anne 11 43, 119, 138 Brammer. Phyllis Gail 10 55 BrammeTTsTJaron Kay 12 2oT 38, 110, 111, 120, 138 Branscome, Janet Faye 9 65, 67, 98, 117, 139 Branscome, Tommy Dale 9 75 Britt, Iris Elaine 9 67, 163 Broughman, Deborah Louise 9 67 Broughman, Lawrence Dale 8 104, 127 Brown, Kenneth Ray 9 70, 142, 146 Brown, Shelby Jean 8 75 Browning, Carlotta Ann 9 67, 68, 105, 108, 127, 139 Browning, Michael Ray 8 75, 108 C Calloway, Beverly Ann 8 75 Cannaday, Calvin Grover 12 20, 25, 38, 98, 126 Cannaday, David Howard 10 56 Cannaday, David Ralph 8 75, 115, 134 Carden, Norma Lynn 11 45, 54, 126, 132, 133 Carr, Cathy Lorene 9 66, 67, 105, 108 Carr, Michael Lee 9 67, 140 Carroll, Deborah Ranee 9 67, 71, 105 Carroll, Garnett Ervin 10 56 Carroll, Terry Joseph 10 16 Casteel, James Warner Jr. 9 67, 73, 108, 142, 154, 159 Caveness, Mark Christian 8 75, 98, 104, 127, 147 Chesson, Edwin Eugene 10 56, 103, 115, 126, 158 Chesson, Sylvia Francis 11 45, 103, 108, 117, 119, 138 Clay, Wesley Craig 12 15, 20, 38, 137, 140, 142, 157 Claytor, Curtis Thomas 10 159 Claytor, Jennifer Enid 12 20, 38, 114, 119, 120, 122, 123 Claytor, Judith Eleanor 9 67, 108, 110, 111, 127 Cockram, Darrell Michael 12 20, 38, 132, 133 Cockram, Lelan Randolph 9 67, 108 Cockram, Margie Mae 11 45, 119, 138 Cockram, Philip Douglas 10 14, 56, 124, 126, 154, 157 Cole, George Kyle 8 75, 127, 134 Collins, Barry Sheridan 11 45,115 Collins, Garry Madison 12 20, 38, 124, 142, 144, 156 Compton, Hazel Lillian 9 67 Compton, Patsy Lou 8 75, 139 Compton, Ray Harrison 9 67 Conner, Carl Lee 9 67 Conner, Carolyn Sue 12 20, 38, 124, 128, 129, 132 Conner, Clinton Lee 9 67, 134 Conner, Clyde Marvin 11 45,140 Conner, Connie Ann 11 13, 45, 54 Conner, Edwin Wayne 12 20, 27, 38 Conner, Elizabeth Marie 9 67 Conner, Ellen Sue 8 75 Conner, Harless Wade 9 Conner, Jabe Harmon Jr. 12 20, 38, 135 Conner, James Lee 8 75,134 Conner, Jesse Woodrow Jr. 10 7, 56, 108, 136, 137, 142, 143, 154 Conner, Kathy Darlene 9 75 Conner, Kenneth Dale 12 21, 38, 105, 110, 111, 115 Conner, Linda Faye 10 56, 124, 129, 132 Conner, Marv Elizabeth 10 56 Conner, Mary Lou 12 21,38 Conner, Myra Lou 12 21, 38, 118, 120, 129, 132 Conner, Oral Lee 9 67, 135 Conner. Peggy Sue 12 16, 21, 38, 110, 111, 130 Conner, Robin Deporay 9 75, 104, 117, 139 Conner, Susan Ann 11 128, 129 Conner, Thomas jasper 12 21,38 Conner, Vicki Lynn 12 56, 129 Cox, Aldene Gail 11 45 Cox, Alma Faye 10 56, 132, 133 Cox, Betty Ann 11 46 Cox, Carolyn lune 12 21, 38, 124, 130, 132 Cox, Gerald Steven 9 67, 71 Cox, Jackie Randall 8 75, 134, 147 Cox, Jo Ann 8 75 Cox, Joseph Lee 12 18, 21, 38, 100, 136, 137, 156, 166 Cox, Kathy Diane 8 Cox, Kathy Marie 12 21, 38 Cox, Kathy Sue 10 56, 138 Cox, Kenneth Lee 9 67, 134 Cox, Leonard Oaklev 9 67, 134 Cox, Lynwood Kent 11 112, 113, 119, 120 Cox, Ricky Lane 8 74 Cox, Samuel Landon 12 21, 38, 132, 142, 143, 156 Cox, Warren Clayton 8 75, 134 Criner, Dennis Evertte 10 7, 56, 146 Cromer. Brenda Gay 8 76, 139, 140 Cruise, Della Marie 8 76, 130 Cruise, Ronald Wayne 8 76 Custer, Mark Wayne 11 46, 112, 113 Dalton, Brenda Christine 12 21, 38, 103 Dalton, Cara Leigh 8 76, 104, 127 Dalton, Titus Eugene 8 76, 134 Dalton, Wanda Jean 8 76 Davis, Charles Edward 9 67, 134 Davis, Rebecca Jill 10 56 Davis, Robert Lane 12 21, 33, 38, 140 DeHart, Mary Delilah 10 56, 100, 129 DeHart, Reginia Lynn 8 76, 108, 139 Dickerson, Anna Kay 8 76 Dickerson, Barbara Jean 8 56 Dickerson, Bruce Wayne 9 132,154 Dickerson, Judy Ann 10 56, 129 Dickerson, Johnnie Clifford 8 76 Dickerson, Julius Ames 12 21, 38, 112, 113, 118, 120, 126 Dickerson, Lona Faye 11 Dickerson, Roger Lee 11 46 Dickerson, Wayne Edward 8 76, 134, 147 183 Dickerson, William Grant 12 22, 38 Dulaney, Don na Lea 10 56, 130, 138 Dulaney, Gary Wayne 8 76 Dulaney, Judy Gail 11 46 Dulaney, Shirley Ann 8 76 Duncan, Barbara June 10 57, 129 Duncan, Cathy Sue 11 46,132 Duncan, Charlene 9 67 Duncan, Clinton Wayne 8 76 Duncan, James Marvin 12 22, 38, 135, 166 Duncan, Jerry Jonathan 11 13,46,112 Duncan, Judy Ann 9 67 Duncan, Sandra Lou 10 57 Duncan, Shirley Jean 12 22, 38, 130 Duncan, Steven Wayne 10 57 Duncan, Tony Evans 8 76, 134 Dunn, Ellen 12 22, 39, 97, 104, 105, 110, 119, 121 E Eanes, Bruce O ' Neil 8 76, 134 Eanes, Carl Michael 12 22, 39, 112, 118, 137 Eanes, Earsel Garland 12 22, 27, 39 Eanes, Linda Susan 12 32, 39, 114, 120, 128, 129 Eanes, Susan 12 18, 22, 39, 110, 111, 122, 123, 126, 188 Eanes, Steven Allen 8 76 Epperly, Frances Elizabeth 10 57, 98, 123, 138 Epperly, Hayden Randolph 9 67, 134 Epperlv, Wayne James 12 22,39 F Falls, Joanna Elizabeth 8 76, 104 Farley, Harvey Winfred 10 57, 135, 140, 142, 146 Farmer, Coby Lane 9 61 Farmer, Joseph Collin 11 44, 46, 103, 108, 119 G Gallimore, Alan Trent 12 22, 39 Gallimore, Alvin Cline 11 46, 98, 117 Gallimore, Ethel Katherine 8 76 Gallimore, Maynard Clarence 8 76 Gallimore, Randy Dean 10 57, 135, 140 Gallimore, Teresa Gail 8 76, 108, 117 Gardner, Vicki Sharon 12 6, 15, 22, 39, 110, 111, 118, 162 Gearheart, Jerry Wayne 10 57, 105, 126 Gibson, Frances Estelle 11 46, 130, 131, 132 Gibson, Kerry Ray 8 76, 134 Gillespie, Cary Eugene 12 13, 23, 39, 136, 137, 142, 143 Goad, Betty Lou 10 57 Goad, Betty Lou 8 76, 130 Goad, Brenda Faye 12 6, 39, 132 Goad, Carolyn Sue 9 68, 130 Goad, Curtis Winford 11 46, 135, 140, 149, 150 Goad, David Neal 12 39 Goad, Glenn Steven 11 46 Goad, Kermith Lee 10 57, 140 Goad, Lanor Mae 8 76 Goff, Melvin Wayne 10 57, 134, 135, 137, 140, 142, 143, 154, 156 Gordon, Connie Sue 11 46,119,124 Gordon, Loretta Lynn 8 76, 98 Graham, Kathy Lavonne 12 32, 39, 104, 105 Gregg, Laurie Anne 9 68 Gregg, Thomas Edward 11 46, 132 Grim, Anita Kay 9 68, 108, 139 Grim, Mark Lewis 11 10, 43, 47, 103, 116-119, 135-137, 142, 143, 149-151 Guilliams, Allan Wayne 11 47, 136, 154 Guilliams, Brenda Faye 12 23, 39, 110, 128, 129, 132 Guilliams, Jeffrey Cecil 8 76, 134, 155 Guilliams, Norma Carol 9 68, 105 Guilliams, Susan Elaine 11 47, 111, 119, 120, 124, 128, 129 H Hale, Carl Marvin 8 76, 127, 134 Hale, Carol Jean 10 57, 110, 111, 129 Hale, Jerry Joseph 11 47 Hall, Debra Ann 8 76, 127 Hall, Jerry Lee 8 76, 134, 155 Hancock, Lewis Earl 8 76, 147 Hancock, Robert Lee 9 68 Harman, Connie Sue 10 57, 129 Harman, Sandi Lou 8 77, 108, 127, 139 Harmon, Hilda Ann 10 57, 130 Harmon, Judy Ann 10 57, 129, 130 Harmon, Mary Caprice 8 77, 108, 127, 130 Harmon, Peggy Jean 10 57 Harmon, Ricky Gene 8 77, 108, 127 Harmon, Rufus Mark 11 Harmon, Sue Lee 10 57, 104, 105, 130, 138 Harris, Barbara Ann 8 77, 104, 130, 139 Harris, Benny Ray 9 68 Harris, Charlotte Jean 9 5, 68, 110, 111, 127, 139 Harris, Debra Ann 8 77 Harris, Gary Martin 12 39 Harris, Jerry Wayne 1(J 55, 117, 136, 137, 157 Harris, Linda Gayle 12 23, 39, 128, 129, 130 Harris, Linda Quesenberry 12 23, 39, 132 Harris, Lowell Steve 8 77 Harris, Mark Allen 10 115 Harris, Pamela Roasanna 9 68, 69 Harris, Rebecca Ellen 10 129 Harris, William Sherman 11 47, 142, 146 Hatcher, David Andrew 9 68 Hatcher, Jerry Tilden 9 68, 134, 140 Hatcher, Michael John 11 47, 119, 126, 136, 137, 158 Hatcher, Norma Jean 9 68, 139 Hatcher, Reba Ellen 11 47, 119, 123, 124 Hayden, Melinda Jo 12 23, 27, 39, 123 Helms, Jerry Allen 1 1 132,135,140 Helms, John Wayne 9 68, 134 Helvey, Brenda Jones 12 23, 39, 100 Higgs, Dana Marie 10 123, 124 Higgs, Darrell Lanscon 8 77, 134, 147 Higgs, Dona Lou 10 123, 124 Higgs, Janet Faye 10 129 Higgs, Jerry Estole 12 23, 39, 123, 137 Higgs, Joyce Gail 12 24, 39 Higgs, Patricia Ann 10 129, 130 Higgs, Ronald Steven 9 68, 134, 140 Higgs, Vicki Lynn 12 24, 39, 128, 129 Hill, Linda Kaye 8 77 Hill, Ray Edward 9 69, 127 Hill, Rebecca Sue 11 47,132 Hixon, Carolyn Ann 11 Hixon, Debbie Charlene 8 77 Hodges, Mark Harris 10 11, 47 Holden, Larry Gerald 8 Hollandsworth, Bobby Lee 8 77, 134 Hollandsworth, Carol Ann 9 69, 139 Hollandsworth, Pamela Kay 9 69 Hollandsworth, Peggy Ann 10 55, 139 Hollandsworth, Ralph Edward 12 24, 39, 137, 142 Hollandsworth, Randall Dale 8 74, 108, 147, 155 Hollandsworth, Roger Neil 9 69, 108, 159, 161 Hollandsworth, Ronald Hale 8 74, 108, 127, 147, 154 Hollandsworth, Sandra Jo 8 77, 130 Hollon, David Manfred 10 Holt, Charles Dewey 9 69, 134 Holt, Susan Estelle 8 77 Honaker, Benton Eric 8 Hopper, Robert Lewis 12 24, 39, 115, 132, 136, 156 Houchins, Sandra Kay 12 24, 39, 118, 123, 124 Howard, Marie Ellen 11 47, 132 184 Howard, Richard David 8 Howard, Ruth Madeline 9 69 Hubbard, Allan Lee 9 134 Hubbard, Barbara Dale 12 24, 39 Hubbard, David Edward 11 47, 135, 140 Hubbard, Jackie Wayne 8 77 Hubbard, John Steve 10 142 Huff, Alfred Jimmy 9 69, 134 Huff, Alvin Dale 8 77 Huff, Cathy Ann 10 Huff, David Allen 11 Huff, Emma Jean 12 24, 39, 124, 128, 129 Huff, Glen Dean 11 47, 132 Huff, James Glenn 10 5, 126 Huff, James Kerbie 11 47 Huff, Juanita Faye 11 48,119 Huff, Lawrence Gilbert 10 Huff, Lawrence Stanley 8 77 Huff, Margaret Ann 12 24, 39 Huff, Rachel Mae 10 Huff, Robert Lee 8 77 Huff, Silas Wayne 9 69 Huff, Victoria 9 69 Huff, Wendell Dale 11 48,156 Hunley, Douglas Wayne 10 64 Hunley, Kenny 11 48,132 Hylton, Ann Elaine 8 77, 130 Hylton, Brenda Gay 12 24, 39, 110, 111, 118, 120, 121 Hylton, Bonnie Lou 8 77 Hylton, Carolyn Faye 9 69, 130 Hylton, Carolyn Ruth 11 48 Hylton, Charlene Janet 9 69 Hylton, Darlene Jeanette 1 1 48,130 Hylton, Doretta Lynn 8 77, 127, 130 Hylton, Gale Lynette 8 77, 104, 139 Hylton, Gary Clifton 11 48, 135, 140, 166 Hylton, Joyce Diane 10 Hylton, Joyce Marie 11 48, 130, 132 Hylton, Judy Faye 10 59 Hylton, Merita Brown 12 24, 39, 134 Hylton, Philip Myron 8 77, 134 Hylton, Rena Marie 11 Hylton, Richard Lynn 12 25, 39, 135, 140 Hylton, Sharon Lynn 10 59, 130 I Ingram, Elaine 10 57 J Janney, Jerry Wayne 8 77, 115, 147 Janney, Steven Leon 11 48, 136, 142, 157 Janney, Tony Andrew 9 69, 134, 146 John, Candy Lynn 11 48, 87, 130 Jones, Betty Sue 11 48,132 Jones, Delana Mae 10 64, 130, 138 Jones, Marty Roger 8 78, 108 Jones, Nanc Jane 8 77, 130, 139 i Jones, Ronald Lee 9 69, 134 ! Jones, Shirley Virginia 9 68 K Keith, Allie Beli 12 25, 39, 118, 132, 103 Keith, Carol Jean 12 25, 40, 105, 110, 11, 113 Keith, Donnie Ray 8 78 Keith, Howard Dennis 12 25, 40, 135, 140 t Keith, Larry Doug as 11 48, 136, 137, 142, 143 Keith, Linda Faye 9 69 Keith, Patricia Dale 9 68, 105, 108, 127, 139 Keith, Randall Ray 9 69, 134 Keith, Rose Marie 9 68 Kenley, Claude Cameron 12 25, 33, 40, 135, 137, 142 1 Kenley, Teresa Jane 11 48,119,123,138 I King, Gladys Louise 10 59, 101 l King, Linda Gale 11 48,129 I King, Pamela Diann 12 25, 40, 114, 120, 138 King, Rosalie 11 48, 130, 132 King, Thomas Edward 8 78 I L Laing, David Lynn 11 49, 126 I Laing, Walter Lee 11 t Lampey, Lowell Thomas 11 49 I Lampey, Phyllis Jane 9 75 [ Lampey, Wilma Lee 9 I Lawrence, Dale Edward 10 59, 115, 126 I Lawrence, Dennis Lee 11 49 [ Lawrence, Steven Raye 8 78, 104, 108 I Lawson, Frances Ruth 8 78, 130 I Lemons, Donna Marie 11 49, 123 I Lemons, James Edward 11 5 I Lester, Jackie Lynn 11 49, 124, 130, 131 I Lester, Judy Lynn 9 69 1 j Lewis, Loretta Ellen 9 70 I Lewis, Virginia Ann 8 78 I Light, Ronnie DeWane 8 78 i Link, Charles Craig 8 78 i Link, Clay Earl 8 104, 108, 155 I Link, Robert Sumpter 11 49,110,111,119 I Linkous, Sharon Jean 10 55, 59, 108, 135, 71 Love, Roderick Kim 12 20, 25, 40, 98, 119, 137, 149 Lovell, Ray Allen 11 49, 162 Lovitt, Suandra Lynn 8 78, 104, 139, 164 Lovitt, Susan Louise 11 49, 130, 138 Lucas, David Edward 9 70, 127 M Mabery, Gary Wayne 8 78 Mabery, Nancy Dianne 10 59, 98, 130 Maberry, Sheree Rose 11 49, 112, 113, 119, 120, 126 Manning, Katherine Anne 11 43, 49, 132, 133, 138 Manning, Linda Sue 9 70, 139 Manning, Loquita Maxine 9 70 Manning, Victoria Lou 10 59, 71, 129, 130 Mannon, Bruce Anthony 9 65, 70, 98, 117, 142, 146, 154 Mannon, Larry Ward 11 49, 150, 152, 156, 158 Marshall, Carol Elaine 10 59, 108 Marshall, Dean Rudolph 8 78, 108, 155 Marshall, Donnie Zane 8 78 Marshall, Ricky Lee 8 78 Marshall, Robert Cleve 12 25, 40, 135, 140 Marshall, Ronnie Neal 8 78 Martin, Deborah Lynn 9 70, 108, 139 McAlexander, Archie Lane 9 70, 108, 139 McAlexander, Bruce John 12 28, 40 McAlexander, Don 8 78, 134 McAlexander, Geraldine 10 59 McAlexander, Jerry 12 28, 40 McAlexander, Mary Elizabeth 12 28, 40, 110, 111, 118, 120, 124 McAlexander, Roger Lee 11 49, 135, 140 McAlexander, Vivian Maxine 8 78, 130 McClure, Susan Whitlow 8 78, 130 McDaniel, Samuel Henry Jr. 8 78, 127 McDaniel, Wander Dean 12 28, 40, 118, 132 McGrady, Carolyn Sue 9 70, 139 McPeak, Vera Gale 8 78 Midkiff, James Randall 8 78, 108 Miller, Bruno Paul 12 40, 157 Miller, Donna Lorraine 8 78, 130 Mills, Randall Lloyd 10 59, 140 Mitchell, Ralph Thornhill 9 70, 105, 127 Moles, Deborah Elaine 11 49, 97, 124 Moles, Janie Catherine 9 70 Moles, Joan Louise 8 78 Moles, Kathy Marie 10 59 185 Moles. Nancy Alice 9 Moles. Phyllis Christine 9 70 Moles Rebecca Sue 8 78 stoles. Ricky Lane 12 28, 40, 126 Moles Steven Rav 11 49 Mondav . David Lee 11 10, 50. 105. 108. 121, 123 Moore. Barbara Ann 10 59 Moore. Linda Marie 9 70 Moran, Bettv Lou 9 70. 139 Moran, Betty Sue 8 _ 8 Moran Bonnie Sue 11 48 50 129 Moran Carlos Steve 11 50. 142. 157 Moran Cathy Ranee 10 59. 107, 108, 124, 161 Moran. Frank Lee 12 28. 40, 115, 124 Moran. Gerald Edward 9 70. 105. 108. 154 Moran. James Terry 10 59 Moran. Robert Wayne 10 59. 135 Moran, Samuel David 8 78, 115 Moran, Theresa Lee 12 28. 40. 106. 108. 117 Morris. Jack Monroe 8 78. 108. 115 Morris. Pamela Ann 12 28, 40 Muncv Rufus Lynn 9 70. 134 Munzing, William Karsten Jr. 9 70. 108 Murrie Deborah Lvnn 11 50, 103. 108 124. 161 Murrie. Frances Evelyn 12 34 40. 103. 108, 110, 111. 118. 120 N Nester Allen Robert 11 50 Nester. Deborah Faye 12 28. 40. 130 Nester Janice Carolyn 8 78. 117. 130 Nester, Robert Lee Jr. 10 59 Nester Sandra Jean 9 70. 105, 108. 127. 139 Pugh Clarence Jeffrev 10 60. 135 140 Pugh, Freddie Doug Jr. 11 10. 136, 142, 144, 150 Q Quesenberry Ada Faye 11 50. 130 Quesenberry Barbara Jane 12 30. 40 Quesenberry, Carolyn LaVerne 10 60 Quesenberry, Danny Lee 8 79 Quesenberry, Darrell Evans 8 79 Quesenberry, Deborah Jean 10 60. 130, 139 Quesenberry Deborah Lou 8 ”9 Quesenberrv . Diane 12 30.40.124.128 129 Quesenberry. Donna 12 30. 40 Quesenberry. Donna Gail 10 60. 123 Quesenberry ' , Donna Gail 8 79 Quesenberry, Garrett Edward 11 50 Quesenberry . Guenda Gail 11 51. 132 Quesenberry. Ida Lee 11 51 Quesenberry Janet Ethel 12 30, 40, 116, 117, 122. 123,-138 Quesenberry, Jerry William 10, 60 146 Quesenberry . Kathy Dawn 8 29, 139, 164 Quesenberry, Larry ' Wayne 9 71 140 Quesenberry, Lois Ann 12 30. 41 , 98 Quesenberry ' . Lois Jean 11 51 129 Quesenberry, Loretta Lynn 9 71, 139 Quesenberry, Melvin Earl 11 51 Quesenberry . Randy Faron 8 79. 117, 147 Quesenberry, Steve Leon 12 30. 41. 166 Quesenberrv Vicky Lynn 12 30, 41. 98. 99 116 119, 129, 162 Quesenberry , Wendell Carl 8 74 Quesinberry, Beverley Gale 9 71, 163 Nichols, James Neil 12 29 40. 104. 10a. 115 Nichols, Sherrv Deree 10 60. 124 Nolen Judy Dianne 12 29. 40 118, 129. 184 Nolen. Julian Bain 10 60. 126 Nolen, Layton Merle 9 70 Nolen. Marv in Darrell 12 28, 40, 115, 118. 119, 126. 156 Nolen, Michael Douglas 8 79. 115 Nolen. Michael Wayne 9 70, 134 Nolen Richard Ivan 8 9, 115 127 Nolen Robert Morris 9 71 . 134 Nolen. William Allen 9 65, 70. 108 O Ober. Donnie Ray 12 29, 40. 112, 113, 115, 132 O ' Connor, Andrew Martin 8 79, 108, 14 O Connor. John Dennis 12 28. 40. 118. 136, 137, 142. 144 148. 149 Osborne, Glenda Robin 11 50, 132. 138 P Page. Connie Marie 11 50. 108. 114. 120. 126. 138 Palmer. Sandra Jo 9 71 . 105. 12 139. 163 Parr Susan Leigh 9 71. 107 108 127. 163 Pauley. Betty Sue 9 71. 139 Perdue. Barbara Lea 11 50, 117, 119, 138 Perdue. Julie Ann 9 71. 127, 139 Perdue. Julian Wayne 9 71, 108 Perdue, Sandra Lee 8 79. 104, 139 Perkins. Larry James 9 Perkins, Lois Ann 9 71 Peters. Karen Sue 11 50, 119. 123. 138 Peters, Miraim Hope 10 60. 123. 130 Phillips. Becky Gaye 12 29. 40. 128, 129 Phillips. Charles Richard 9 71 Phillips. Colette Joan 8 79, 139 Phillips. Debra Kate 10 60. 62. 117, 122, 123. it 1 Phillips. Debra Louise 8 79. 130 Phillips, Dolly Katherine 8 “9. 104. 130 Phillips. Ivan Timothy 10 60. 135, 140 Phillips. Kevin Barry 8 79, 104. 130 Phillips. Larry Collins 9 71 Phillips, Larry Dale 9 71 Phillips. Larry ' Wayne 9 71 Phillips, Nancy Alice 9 71 Phillips. Nathan Ray 9 71, 146 Phillips. Nora Mae 11 50,138 Phillips. Reta Kave 12 40. 118. 124, 128. 1 2p Phillips Richard Standeth 12 40. 135-13 Phillips. Vicki Ann 8 79. 81. 130, 139 Poff, Cindy Lou 10 60, 107, 108, 124 Poff, Helen Sue 12 35. 40. 124. 130 Poff, Iris Lynette 9 71. 106. 108. 127, 13 J Poff. Martha Ann 9 71 Poff, Michael Rav 11 43. 50, 115. 119. 26 Po ff. Noah Michael 8 79 Poff. Patsv Lynne 8 79 Poff. Rita Ann 8 79. 127 Poff, Rodger Clinton 11 50 Poff. Vickie Elaine 10 60. 104. 105, Pratt. Barbara Joan 12 40. 113. 118 Pratt, Jewell Elaine 10 60. 138 Pratt. Joel Wayne 10 60.138 Vj . ' — ; • v ■ ' ,■1 Pratt Ralph Steven 12 30. 40 Pratt Ricnard Alan 8 79. 134 Price. Detra Carlene 8 79, 139 Proffitt. Sharon Kave 10 60. 130 140. Is . 123 164 R Radford Alisa Marie 8 79 Radford. Betty Ann 11 7, 51, 132, 138 Radford Charles 9 Radford. Judy Ann 11 51, 119 130 Radford Paul Wayne 9 71 Radford. Rose Marie 8 80. 108. 130 Rakes, Lyndall Anna 12 30. 41, 110. 11 118. 120. 121 124 Rakes Roger Gale 12 30, 41 . 135, 140 Ratliff. Ruth Jeanette 12 30, 40. 118 Reed Arlene Allie 10 60, 130 Reed. Calvin 12 31 41 Reed. Charles Denton 9 71. 134 135 Reed. Donna Kay 12 31, 41,118. 119, 124 Reed. Jeffers Wayne 9 71 Reed. Philip Arnold 10 60, 134, 140, 156 Reed, Ricky Lynn 10 61 156 Reed Robert Allen 10 61 Reed, Sharon Lvnne 9 71 105 . Vicki Diane 8 74. 98. 139. 164 Karen Lee 10 61. 107. 117. 124, 126, 161 ds. Dillard Rosser Jr. 8 77, 80. 134. 147, 155 31. 41 31, 41 71, 134 186 Roberson, Janet Sue 9 72 Roberson, Karen Lean 9 72 Roberson, Kathy Jo 12 31, 41 Roberson, Randy Hubert 9 72, 105, 108 Roop, Peggy Lee 9 72, 105, 108 Roop, Wanda Dianne 9 72, 139 Royal, Susan Rebecca 12 31, 41, 132 Rumburg, Pamela Annette 8 80 Russ, Lotte Leigh 12 31, 41 Russ, Roma Rotain 11 Rutrough, Joseph Cleveland 12 20, 31, 41, 137, 142, 156 Rutrough, Julian Edward 10 61 S Sartin, Gary William 9 Saunders, Darlene 11 51 Saunders, Evelyn Gale 12 31, 41, 132, 133 Saunders, John Rufus 12 31, 41 Saunders, Nora Daniece 10 61 Sewell, Douglas Marden 8 80, 108, 146, 147, 155 Sewell, Roger Alan 10 61, 126, 142 Shank, Blaine Oliver 12 31, 41, 118, 119, 142, 102 Shank, Joel Arthur 9 72, 105, 107, 127 Shank, Ouida Gail 11 51,119,129 Shank, Starr Lynn 8 80, 104, 108 Shelor, Bonnie Darlene 9 71, 72, 108, 127, 139 Shelor, Steven Dean 11 57, 108, 112, 113, 119, 120 Shelton, Brenda Sue 10 Shelton, Grover Alfred Jr. 11 51 Shelton, Harry Lloyd 8 80 Shelton, Ronnie Dean 8 80 Shockley, Avis Coleen 8 80, 139, 164 Shortt, Calvin Coolidge 12 32, 34, 41, 98 Shortt, Carolyn Dawn 10 61, 108, 138 Shortt, Michael McCrey 8 80, 115 Simpkins, Chester Monroe 10 61, 105, 116, 117, 142, 143 Simpkins, Dwight Lloyd 8 11, 74, 134 Simpkins, Emmanuel Clark 11 51 , 104, 135, 137, 140 Simpkins, Hazel Diane 12 32, 41, 99, 117, 118, 124, 129 Simpkins, Joel Boyd 12 32, 41, 142 Simpson, Basil Poff Jr, 11 51, 110, 111, 126 Sloane, Raymond Lee 8 80 Slusher, Alice Pearl 8 77, 80, 127 Slusher, Denise Lynette 12 32, 41, 106, 102,110, 111, 118, 120, 138 Slusher, Ferd Atkinson Daniel 10 Slusher, Imogene Zelda 11 51,54 Slusher, Luther Dale 9 72 Slusher, Roger Oliver III 10 61, 98, 134, 135, 140 Slusher, Terry Van Dorn 8 155 Smith, Anthony William 8 80, 98 Smith, Bonnie Jo 8 80, 130 Smith, Cynthia Leigh 12 32, 41, 124, 161 Smith, David Earl 11 51, 136, 137, 142, 144, 157 Smith, David Lewis 8 134, 147, 151 Smith, Gary Lamar 9 72, 134 Smith, Homer Garland 9 72, 127 Smith, Karen Duvahl 11 51, 114 Smith, Peter Lee 12 32, 41 Smith, Rhonda Karen 9 72, 127 Smith, Rita Faye 9 72 Smith, Thelma Jean 9 72 Snavely, Donald Edward 10 Sochor, Cynthia Ruth 8 80 Socher, Danny Calvin 10 61 Sowers, Barbara Ann 9 Sowers, Brenda Sue 11 51, 99, 128, 129 Sowers, Bruce Lane 12 27, 41, 158 Sowers, Carolyn Ann 10 Sowers, Charlotte Fay 8 80, 108, 130 Sowers, Curtis Ray 10 61, 136, 140 Sowers, Deborah Sue 10 61, 124 Sowers, Dennis Alan 10 80, 147 Sowers, Dorothy Frances 10 61 Sowers, Joel Lee 8 80 Sowers, Joseph Chester 11 52,140 Sowers, Junior L. 10 135 Sowers, Larry Earl 10 61, 136, 149, 158 Sowers, Monica Kay 9 65, 72, 105, 107, 127 Sowers, Oscar B. Jr. 10 Sowers. Roger Lee 10 61 Sowers, Tony Lee 10 61 Sowers, Walter Lee 11 52 Sowers, Wesley Ray 9 Spangler, Bonnie Victoria 11 52, 107, 108, 117, 119, 123 Spangler, Gregory Lynn 11 52, 46, 108 Spangler, Rosemary Lynn 8 80, 139 Spangler, Sara Catherine 11 52, 107, 1X18, 126, 138 Spangler, Thomas Lee 10 61 , 156 Steele, Frank Calvin 8 Spence, Dwight ' David 10 61, 142, 146 Spence, Gary Paul 10 55, 61, 136, 143, 156 Spence, Reva Kay 8 80, 130 Spence, Shirley Ann 11 52, 130, 131 Spence, Stephen Carlie 11 52, 117, .123, 120 Spence, Sue Adele 11 52, 106, 108, 123, 1 Spence, Vera Shortt 11 52 Spencer, Renee Octavia 11 52, 107, 108, 119, 122 Spradling, Rebecca Denise 12 32, 41, 128, 129 Staples, Terry Lynn 9 74, 134 Starkey, Mark Coleman 10 62, 157 Strickland, David Arnold 11 52, 126, 137, 159 Strickland, Mary Qwendolyn 12 33, 34, 41, 101, 139 Strickland, Pamela 9 26, 72, 73, 105, 108, 127, 139 Stuart, Allen Jacob 8 81 Stuart, Charlene 8 76, 81 Stuart, Dennis O ' Garey 12 24, 33, 42, 117, 119, 136, 149, 152 Stuart, Desiree 10 62, 105 Stuart, Granver 12 6, 33, 42, 166 Stuart, Harold Wendell 9 Stuart, Irma Gertrude 9 72, 108 Stuart, Jo Ann 10 62, 107, 108 Stuart, Joanne 12 7, 27, 33, 42, 101, 105, 132, 162 Stuart, Martha Daye 8 81 Stuart, Matthew Ray 8 81, 134 Stuart, Milton Ray 11 52, 137, 156 Stuart, Thomas Wilford 10 62, 132, 140, 166 Stuart, Tony Darrell 10 62, 108, 156 Stuart, Wendeline 11 52,162 Sutherland, John William 12 26, 33, 42, 104, 105, 132, 137 Sutphin, Barbara Gale 12 33, 43, 132 Sutphin, Brenda Diane 9 73, 130 Sutphin, Janet Leigh 10 62, 107, 108, 124 Sutphin, Katie Lou 9 72, 139 Sutphin, Lois Helen 9 72, 132, 133 Sutphin, Mary Ellen 8 81 Sutphin, Norman Wayne 10 62, 156 Sutphin, Vera Joyce 11 52,132,133 Sweebe, James William 8 88, 134 Sweebe, Janie Marie 9 Sweeney, Donna Lee 11 43, 54, 98, 107, 119, 126, 138 Sweeney, Frank Ward Jr. 11 53 Sweeney, Patricia Valerie 10 62 T Tatum, Susan Renee 8 81, 130, 139 Tankersley, Leslie Keith 8 81, 134 Taylor, Larry David 8 81 Thomas, Carol Sue 8 81, 130 Thomas, Carolyn Jane 11 53, 128, 129, 139 Thomas, Stephen Ray 10 62, 108, 137 Thompson, Brenda Gayle 12 33, 42, 118, 122-124 Thompson, Danny Lane 8 81, 155 Thompson, Darrell Baxter 12 126, 142 Thompson, David Wayne 11 53, 108, 156, 159 Thompson, Debra Marie 8 81, 130 Thompson, Dolores Isabel 10 62, 106, 108 Thompson, Donnie Dale 12 33, 42, 132, 157, 159 Thompson, Janice Irene 10 62, 129 Thompson, Linda Diane 9 72, 139 Thompson, Paul Wesley 11 53,126,137 Thompson, Paula Annette 8 81, 104, 108, 139 Thompson, Roger Lee 12 42, 135, 140 187 Thompson, Shelby Ann 10 162, 110, 111 Thompson, Steve Dell 11 53, 108, 146, 156 Thompson, Steve Ren 11 153 Tolbert, Ann Kay 9 71. 72, 108. 127, 139 Tolbert, Debra Lynn 9 72, 100, 130 Tolbert, Helen Catherine 9 72 Tolbert, Kenneth Leon 8 81, 127, 147, 155 Tolbert, Margaret Jane 11 53, 112, 120, 123 Townley. Sammy Reed 10 62, 115 Trail, Barney William 9 72, 87. 134 Trail, Barry Kevin 11 2,53 Trail, Brenda Mae 12 34, 42, 118, 124 Turman, Betty Mae 8 81 Turman, Debbie Lynne 9 73, 105 Turman, Donna Dee 10 62 Turman, Donna Jean 10 62 Turman. Elmer 10 55, 63, 136, 142, 146, 154 Turman, Linda Dawn 10 63 Turman, Patricia Diane 9 72 Turman, Raymond Melvin 8 81, 134 Turman Rudy Lane 10 Turman, Walter Ray 8 Turner, Marvin Odell 9 73, 108 Turner, Raymond Melvin 8 81, 134 Turpin, Carolyn Loretta 8 81 Turpin, Clenna Kay 8 81, 117, 139, 140, 164 Turpin, Lewis James 8 81, 127 Turpin, Loretta Moran 12 34, 42, 124, 128, 129 Turpin, Rita Faye 9 137 U Underwood, Billy Lee 8 74 V Vance, William Wayne 9 73, 132, 134 Vass, Gloetta 8 82 Vaughn, Danny Gene 8 82, 108 Vaughn, Dean Howard 12 115 Vest, Carolyn Jane 11 53, 119, 130, 132 Vest, Cathy Jane 10 63, 114 Vest, Cathy Lynn 8 Vest, Charles Eugene 8 82 Vest, Clifford Clay 10 63, 105, 137, 159 Vest, Connie Mae 8 82, 104 Vest, Donna Elaine 8 82, 129, 130 Vest, Helen Christ 11 53, 129 Vest, Gerald Bernard 9 73, 134 Vest. Janice Marie 12 26, 34, 42, 98. 119 Vest, John David 10 63, 115, 142, 146 Vest, Kathy Lynn 8 82, 104. 128 Vest, Kathy Sue 11 53,129 Vest, Marvin Darrell 11 53, 136, 152, 157 Vest, Norma Annette 10 27, 63, 104, 105, 138, 163 Vest, Peggy Lynn 10 63, 108, 123 Vest, Ricky Alton 63, 136, 137, 159 Vest, Roger Lee 9 73 Vest, Samual Dean 12 34, 42, 115, 166 Vest, Sandra Renie 11 53,130,131 Vest, Steven Curtis 12 34, 42 Via, Gerald Ward 12 34, 42, 137 Via, Kenneth Leroy 9 73, 105 Via. Peter Calvin Jr. 8 81, 127 W Wade, Alisa Dawn 12 18, 35, 42, 116, 118, 124, 129 Wade. Bradley Lynne 8 82, 115, 147 Wade, Jimmie Lee 12 35, 42, 118. 119, 132 Wade, Martha Suzanne 12 35, 42, 112, 114, 124 W ' alker, Donnie Rave 11 53, 132, 146 Walker, James Allen 9 2 Walker, Johnny Cameron 12 2, 18, 35, 42, 156 W ' alters, Cathy Dean 8 104 Walters, Thomas Kendell 10 63 Walters, Vicky Lynn 9 105 Webb, Michael Wayne 8 82, 147 Webb. Richard Daryle 11 54 Webb, Wilma Jean 8 82 Weddle. David Edmond 10 63, 135 Weddle, Diane Gail 12 13, 42, 110. 11, 118, 120, 121, 138 Weddle. Jacqueline Ruth 8 82, 130 Weddle, Jeffery Dale 9 73, 127, 134 Weddle, Lester Talmadge 9 73, 127, 134 Weddle, Linda Darnell 9 73 W ' eeks, Thomas Keith 10 63 Weeks, Allen Lane 10 63, 136, 137 W ' eeks, James Waton 9 70, 73, 108 Weeks, Marilyn Lynn 8 82, 130 Weeks, Paul Lee 12 35, 42, 108, 136, 137, 145 Weeks. Randy Edward 10 63, 134. 140 Weeks Raymond Carl 11 5, 54 132 Weeks, Richard Dale 11 54, 57. 110, 11, 124 Weeks, Richard Emory 10 63, 111, 124 W ' eeks, Robert Wayne 9 73, 108, 146 Weeks, Roger Dale 12 35, 42 Weeks, Steven Posey 12 35, 42, 135 Wells, Linda Gail 12 36, 42, 118. 122, 124 West, Charles Dennis 9 73 Whitlock, Cheryl Eugenia 11 54, 114, 119, 127, 138 Whitlock, Joe David 10 63, 135, 140 Whitlock Rebekah Leah 12 42, 112, 113, 123, 123 Whitlock, Roy Eugene 8 82 W ' hitlock, Sherri Louise 9 73, 108, 117, 139 Willard, Janet Ann 8 82 Williard, Linford Dale 11 54 Williams, Judy Faye 8 82 Williams, Mary Josephine 12 36, 42, 104, 118, 123, 138 Willis, Janice Louise 12 36, 42, 112, 118. 119, 123, 163 Wilson, Debra Jean 10 63, 124, 129 Wilson, Joseph Baxter 10 63, 140 Wilson, MicJtael W ' oodrow 10 63 Wimmer, Ashley Brent 12 36, 42 Wimmer, Carl McKinley Jr. 10 64, 108, 136, 145, 157 Wimmer, Debbie Ann 8 82 Wimmer, Grace Annette 10 64, 108, 124 Wimmer, Janet Rayell 54, 179, 130, 138 W immer, John Cline 12 36, 42, 108, 112, 113, 156 Wimmer, Judy Kaye 11 54. 119, 130, 138 Wimmer, Karen Mae 8 82, 104, 139, 164 Wimmer, Rene Wesley 11 54, 166 Wimmer, Richard Lane 11 54 Wimmer, Rita Faye 11 46, 55, 110, 124, 129 Wood, Barbara Ruth 10 64, 130, 138 Wood Dwight Ar thur 12 36, 42, 93, 98, 102, 103, 115-119, 166 Wood, Glenn Arvel 10 64, 108, 123, 126, 136 Worrell. 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