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V BISON OUR PLACE FLOYD COUNTY LIBRARY t . OUR PLACE 1974 BISON FLOYD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FLOYD, VIRGINIA f A variety of good hap- penings took place throughout 1973-74 and in the community as a whole. More clubs were added as extra curriculum activi- ties at Our Place. They were the Art Club, HERO, VICA, and the French Club. A music building which was architecturally de- signed to produce the best use of acoustics for the choir and band was built adjacent to the main school structure. The new building provides enough room for an ever expanding band, storage of equipment and serves as a place where in- dividual students can prac- tice without interruption. Girls ' Basketball was added to FCHS for the first time ever. The team com- peted with other schools, and finished with a 4-6 record. New factories, Pannill Knitting, Floyd Industries and a pulp mill moved into the county and provided additional employment op- portunities for prospective seniors. These factories also encouraged more families to move into the county which resulted in additional students. i 2 ' 3 4 FCHS students live in a rural community which is lacking in recreational op- portunities outside of the school. The school serves as a central focus for youth oriented activities. There- fore, the energy crises has affected many students liv- ing outside of the immedi- ate school area. Some students solved the problem by forming car pools while other students took advantage of the county busing system. Matters became increas- ingly worse as day light savings time was brought into effect. A high percent- age of the students waited for buses in the dark. To make conditions less haz- ardous students used flash lights to indicate their presence on the highways. At school, coats and cold weather apparel became common sights in the 68° classrooms. Newly desig- nated smoking areas out- side of the building posed problems for student smok- ers who had to withstand rain, winds and snow. 5 SAME OLD THING " Sameness " intrudes ev- erywhere in time. It was with us this year at FCHS. People ' s names and faces change but some things go on forever. Remember . . . 101 Study Hall Clicks meeting to talk together Disciplinary Action Boring classes Yes, a school is a school is a school, and our school is a school. Our place is in a school of 1973-74. 7 ■■nr. CHANGE The nine-week elective program in the English Department which was of- fered to students from grades ten through twelve was implemented for the first time at Our Place this year. The individual interest of students were consid- ered in scheduling these classes. The cost of printing and developing pictures for the County Crier and Bison brought a change in the making and construction of a darkroom to aid the staffs and others in the school system was started. The community as well is changing. New students enrolled at FCHS this year. They were members of new families that have come to Our Place to live. Years past have seen young people and families leave the county to seek jobs and res- idence elsewhere. This year we saw a change beginning as young people stay and new people come to live at Our Place. TABLE OF CONTENTS SPORTS 10-41 PEOPLE 42-123 ACTIVITIES 124-171 ADS 172-194 INDEX 200-205 11 Paula Thompson Wins Fight Song Contest Chorus: Stampede! the Buffs are moving Co Black and Cold to win. We ' ve got them on the run. Co F.C.H.S. fight! We re going to beat the " Cavaliers And come away with victory To prove who ' s number one! Co Buffaloes fight! fight! 12 The Sports Record 1973-74 Football VARSITY Floyd 8 Narrows Opponents 3 0 Blacksburg 16 6 Galax 29 8 Radford 31 19 George Wythe 14 7 Dublin 47 12 Giles 32 14 Carroll County 34 19 Christiansburg 0 6 Pulaski 32 (Record 3-7) JUNIOR VARSITY Floyd Opponents 6 Christiansburg 12 14 Blacksburg 0 0 Galax 14 6 Radford 28 20 Fort Chiswell 18 8 Carroll County 12 32 Giles (Record 3-4) 6 EIGHTH GRADE Floyd Opponents 0 Christiansburg 14 6 Blacksburg 27 0 Galax 22 0 Radford 28 6 Ft. Chiswell 12 8 Carroll County 6 0 Giles (Record 1-6) 18 Golf Floyd Opponents 4 Franklin Co. 14 16’ 2 Radford V 2 16 CFiristiansburg 2 8 V 2 Blacksburg 9 V 2 1 5 1 2 Pulaski 2 V 2 17 Giles 1 9 ' 2 Carroll County 8’ 2 3 V 2 Galax 1 4 1 2 16 George Wythe 2 14 Franklin Co. 4 (Record 7-3) Ricky Vest — ' 74 Regional Winner O Basketball Floyd VARSITY Opponents 73 Carroll 69 60 Galax 62 64 Giles 57 76 George Wythe 77 65 Christiansburg 60 56 Radford 34 83 Pulaski 100 64 Narrows 67 65 Blacksburg 63 (OT) 68 Carroll 63 65 Dublin 62 53 Galax 66 73 Giles 65 79 George Wythe 76 67 Dublin 83 79 Christiansburg 54 78 Radford 85 (OT) 76 Pulaski 80 69 Narrows 72 51 Blacksburg District Tournament 78 56 Pulaski 71 (Record 10-11) JUNIOR VARSITY Floyd Opponents 32 Carroll 34 34 Galax 40 48 Giles 52 31 George Wythe 57 21 Christiansburg 40 31 Radford 33 46 Pulaski 63 40 Narrows 41 38 Blacksburg 71 48 Carroll 50 (2 OT) 44 Dublin 43 30 Galax 36 33 Giles 38 37 Geo. Wythe 44 27 Dublin 28 41 Christiansburg 46 29 Radford 42 47 Pulaski 53 (OT) 26 Narrows 56 31 Blacksburg (Record 1-19) 50 EIGHTH GRADE Floyd Opponent 16 Auburg 35 26 Giles 37 26 Geo. Wythe 24 36 Christiansburg 7 19 Radford 38 23 Pulaski 57 35 Narrows 16 14 Blacksburg 44 28 Dublin (Record 4-6) GIRLS 22 Floyd Opponent 38 Pulaski 23 18 Christiansburg 29 30 Carroll 28 31 Giles 25 28 Dublin 52 30 Geo. Wythe 70 30 Radford 35 29 Galax 43 16 Blacksburg 43 36 Narrows (Record 4-6) 19 Baseball Floyd Opponents 3 Radford 7 4 Fries 5 0 Galax 9 1 Galax 2 2 Narrows 1 4 Carroll County 0 1 Carroll County 2 0 Blacksburg 11 12 Galax 1 0 Carroll County 1 1 Radford 10 2 Fries 7 4 Dublin 3 1 Giles 2 6 Christiansburg 1 (Record 5-10) Tennis Floyd Opponents 7 Auburn 2 8 Dublin 1 6 Narrows 3 3 Radford 6 9 Galax 0 5 Christiansburg 4 5 Pulaski 4 9 Carroll 0 8 Blacksburg 1 9 George Wythe 0 4 Giles 5 7 Auburn 2 (Record 10-2) Woody Conner and Larry Sowers Regional Tennis Wi nners Track Floyd Opponents 96 V 2 Ft. Chiswell 13 Patrick Co. 59 V 2 41 2 3 Dublin 92 1 3 54 Carroll 74 Galax 42 60 2 Galax 57 Giles 49 V 2 88 V 2 Patrick 70 North Stokes 9 ' 2 34 Radford 107 54 Pulaski 80 (5th in district, 6th regional 12th state) Buffaloes Go 3-7 In Tough New River District Three cheers for the Varsity football team! This year was their best year ever, as far as score is concerned. The team had a 3-7 record, and stood eighth in the New River District which is the highest that FCHS ' s football team has ever attained. Though this placing was due to team effort, two Seniors have been outstanding. C. M. Wimmer, no doubt one of Floyd ' s best quarterbacks, with 3,207 career passing yards, 19 career T. D. passes, 124 out of 224 passes completed and 53% completion record leaves this year. Also leaving this year is Elmer Turman, responsible for the reception end of Wimmer ' s record. Turman set a school record and a New River District reception record with 53 receptions, which is just 38 shy of the national record. Twelve Seniors leave the team this year. They have been playing football through their high school years and have made it what it is now. They leave with the knowledge that they have contributed much to the spirit of FCHS. C. M. Wimmer and Elmer Turman led the Buffs to a satisfying season. Row 1: W. Harris, E. Turman, W. Conner, C. Wimmer, D. Spence, M. Starkey. Row 2: R. Weeks, T. Bell, L. Phillips, E. Williams, D. Reynolds, L. Stuart. Row 3: B. Mannon, N. Phillips, H. Farley, A. O ' Conner, T. Janney, J. Vest. Row 4: A. Bond, D. Criner, j. Helms, W. Goff, G. Spence, R. Sewell. Row 5: Coach Raines, Manager J. Beale, G. Whitsett, Manager E. Vest, Manager J. Gearhart, Coach Shull. 14 [n □ la la La la la Is la la La la la Is I Homecoming 73 ul iinlcnlcilinlcilcilcilcnlcildlcilcilcilcilcilcilcilcnlcilcilcilci-= On the night of October 19, the Buffaloes met the Cavaliers from Carroll County for Homecoming. Although we played a good game, victory was not marked up on our side of the board. From the toss-up in the middle of the field to the final gun, the Buffaloes ran, blocked, fought with all their might to give the Homecoming crowd a good ball game. 15 I i CATS vs BUFFS CRUNCH! Wayne Harris and Cary Spence penetrates to the ball while ends Roger Sewell and Dennis Criner fight off the blockers. Breaking a tackle. Woody Conner gains yardage. 16 As the Cavalier quarterback fades to pass, front line defenders try to break into the pocket while Buffalo secondary drop back to their zone. Buff linemen attempt to open a hole as Wayne Goff centers the ball to C.M. Buffalo offense, John Vest, Woody Conner, and Nathan Phillips pick up short yardage. Iblsllilslblslslslglslslsbl 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 All District First Team: C.M. Wimmer Second Team : Elmer Turman Honorable Mention: Woody Conner Wayne Goff Wayne Harris Dwight Spence Nathan Phillips Bruce Mannon 17 I EIBI El El El El El El El El El El El El El J.Ys Capture 3 4 Record This year did not hold a winning season for the J.V. ' s. Even though the record was 3-4, the team was still a good one. The j. V. team was strong on running. Harmon, Tolbert, and Wuntke combined were explosive. Helms, whose height was a point in our facor, was at end to help with the passing game. Though with an unimpressive record, the Baby Buffs never stopped trying, even when the odds were not in their favor. Determination is the grea- test factor that a team can have in their favor, and the J.V. ' s had it. A great defensive play stops the Cavaliers short of 1st down. David Wuntke (30) clears the way for Kenneth Tolbert (21). 18 Front Row: A. Hill, R. Hollandsworth, J. Conner, K. Bolt, L. Jones, A. Cuilliams, S. Hale, R. Harmon. Middle Row: A. Huff, J. Cuilliams, I. Martin, J. Hall, D. Wuntke, L. Gillespie, M. Bain, R. Quesenberry. Back Row: M. Cox, J. Boothe, K. Tolbert, W. Via, D. Sewell, A. O ' Connor, D. Higgs, T. Higgins, P. Via, Coach Bishop. Victory Over Cavaliers Lacking experience and skills, the young Buffs made it up in determination. They didn ' t quit, even though they had a discouraging 1-6 record. Coach Harmon, the eighth grade Coach, stated that if the team stays together and works together as it has in the past, that they will eventually be a winning team. Yes, we have something to be proud of in our eighth graders. They didn ' t quit. That ' s the stuff that real foot- ball players are made of. Eighth grade team captains: Frank Murrie and David McLean. Harvey Marshall prepares to stop a Cavalier runningback. Baby Buff scores winning touchdown over Cavaliers. Front Row: J. Yates, Manager. Middle Row: D. Eanes, N. Sumner, L. Goad, A. Cox, J. Bowers, P. Cox, G. Williams, D. Boothe, D. Sutphin, J. Weddle, M. Vest. Back Row: A. Cox, L. Kidd, T. Bell, D. McLean, S. Janney, F. Claytor, Coach Harmon, H. Marshall, D. Baker, G. Tolbert, M. Mitchell, B. Weddle, L. Manning. Buffs Play In Tournament; Bishop Named " Coach of the Year " Wfwt£L A 2 l .rtcOUKT V " H gjCOOK j v0jy I rao I Mr fbOHTYj — 1 [ m m X Vg 1 3 • R J 85 nr ROW ONE — Coach Bishop. ROW TWO — R. Hollandsworth, D. Kelly, R. Vest, J. Casteel, C. Farmer, T. Stuart, L. Sowers, W. Goff, B. Mannon, W. Conner, E. Turman. For the first time since Floyd went back into the New River District, the basketball team went to the tournament. The season record was 10-10 with several of the games ending with an exciting two or three point spread. Varsity Coach Skip Bishop was named Coach of the Year for the district, and Tony Stuart was the district ' s leading scorer. Other players ranked high in district standings in various categories. The Buffs provided the fans with one of the most exciting seasons ever, keeping support- ers on their feet almost all the time. The fans responded with tremendous support, espe- cially at home games. Their season was an in- spiration to those who believe that hard work, hustle, and determination, combined with support from the fans can total up a good record. STARTING FIVE Woody Conner Ricky Vest Tony Stuart Larry Sowers Elmer Turman i E] m El El El El El El El El El El El ils IE IE Is IE Is IE IE IE IE IE IE [9 [9 IE IE IE IE IEE1 Left: Wayne Goff rushes in among Pulaski players. Above: Coach of the year, Skip Bishop congratu- lates district leading scorer Tony Stuart. Below: A hush falls over the V.P.I. coliseum as Woody Conner shoots a free throw shot. 21 I Mil Wayne Goff reaches high for the ball. Jump Ball! Showing his usual jumping ability, Tony Stuart reaches high enough to send the ball to a Floyd player. Moving down the court, Bruce Mannon keeps one eye on Cavalier 31. 22 BUFFALOES DEFEAT BLACKSBURG IN OVERTIME 65-63 Above: Larry Sowers knows two points means a great deal at a close Basketball game. Left: Quick thinking helps determine the outcome of a basketball game — Elmer Turman displays this quality along with many others during the Blacksburg game. Below: Going for a lay-up Woody Conner scores two more points for the Buffs against B ' burg as the game steadily progresses. 23 J.V s Suffer Dissappointing Season This years J.V. team suffered a discouraging season. Coaching the team was Rookie Coach, James Hodge. Although the team practiced and played hard and well, they just couldn ' t get the points on the board. The season was not too good on paper but members of the team profited from both good experiences and bad. Neither dedica- tion nor determination were lacking and both will be valuable tools in seasons to follow. Leroy Via, Bryant Akers, Joel Shank, and Debbie Martin serves as managers for Coach Hodge. Front Row — R. Hollandsworth, H. Conduff, L. Stuart, R. Hollandsworth, J. Cuilliams, K. Tolbert, E. Williams. Back Row — M. Kelly, W. Via, Coach Hodge, L. Williams, and E. Martin. 24 Baby Buffs End with 4-6 Record The eighth-grade team under the leadership of Coach Harmon was able to combine the key com- ponents of hard work, effort, and ability to make a pretty good showing in the tough New River Dis- trict. Many of the players profited from previous team experience with various types of sandlot ball and thus were already capable of working as a unit. With a year of experience under their belts they are sure to be a welcome addition to next year ' s J.V. team. Harvey Marshall jumps and hooks the ball over for two points. Baby buffs scramble for the ball. Row 1: R. Clower, C. Williams, N. Sumner, D. Boothe, M. Mitchell, D. Eanes, L. Goad, T. Bell. Row 2 — Coach Harmon, L. Manning, S. Janney, F. Claytor, H. Marshall, D. Baker, G. Tolbert, L. Kidd, J. McLean, P. Miller, Mgr. 25 Golfers Tee Off Our record last year was six wins and two losses. We placed third in New River District, which quali- fied us for the regional tournament. We placed fifth at regional. Ricky Vest, representing Floyd, was the low qualifier (with the best score of the tour- nament) with a score of 74, which qualified him the State tournament New Market where he placed sixth. In Floyd County Golf is a popular sport in the 20- 30 age bracket, but not among high school students. There were only six members on the ' 73 team. There are 3 out of 6 coming back this year, and somebody has to fill the 4 spot. Hopefully Spring ' 74 will find the Golf Team outstanding for the Championship. Above: Leaving the 2 green, Roger Hollands- worth looks a little dejected. Rig ht: Ricky Vest putts for a par. Roger Hollandswo rth, Ricky Vest, David Strickland, and Allen Nester. 26 Tennis Anyone ? The tennis team ' s record last year was twelve wins and two losses. This was their best record ever. The doubles team, Larry Sowers and Woody Conner, won first place in district and regional. They went on to win third place at state. The team felt that this was, indeed, significant. In addition to our razzle-dazzle doubles team, one player, Micky Hatcher, made the all district team, and thereby was one of the top six tennis players in the district. Concentrating on the ball, Micky Hatcher re turns with coordination. Opponents and team mates watch Woody Conner return the ball with ease. 1 o i YAMAHA fesf . T. » Homer Smith, James Weeks, Edwin Chesson, Larry Sowers, Woody Conner, Janet Agee, Ricky Reed, Mickey Hatcher, Larry Mannon, Coach Eddie Goss. 27 We asked Coach Bishop about his team ' s year in baseball. " Our record last year was five wins and 4 losses. We tied for fourth in the New River District. The year before last we lost both of our pitchers, and had to break in two new pitchers. Our losses came early in the season, and we started winning toward the end of the season as our pitchers got better. We lost only one starter from last year (Darrell Vest) so we have eight out of nine returning this year. I ' m expecting the team to be real good. Baseball is one of the more popular sports in the area, and we have a good supply of players coming up through the sandlot program. The future looks bright. " New Sand lot Program makes Baseball Future look promising Buffaloe player slides into homeplate. Wayne Harris sends one to homeplate. Front Row: H. Conduff, Mgr., B. Wade, D. Young, E. Turman, A. Nolen, R. Hollandsworth, T. Boone, M. Browning, Row Two: K. Bolt, Mgr, C. Wimmer, C. Sowers, R. Link, B. Mannon, D. Boothe, R. Quesenberry. Back Row; L. Cockram, P. Cockram, W. Harris, R. Weeks, B. Munzing, D. Vest, M. Starkey, C. Moran, L. Cox, Coach Bishop. 28 msm ' mm 29 FCHS Has State Champion Last year track had a winning season, with a record of 6-4 and for the first time, a student from FCHS brought home a state championship. The team tied for fifth place in district, finished seventh at regional, and tied for twelfth in State. Most of this was on points won by Roger McAlexander. Roger was state champion two miles in the AA division and he established several new records at district and regional in the one and two mile run. Coach Raines stated, “we were hurt by the loss of David Smith, Phil Reed, and Cary Spence, who were out because of injuries. 1974 will be short about six or so seniors who graduated, including Roger, and when you lose a state champion it ' s hard but we have some younger members who are look- ing good. I think we ' ll have another winning season this year. " The expressions of Coach Raines and state champion Roger McAlexander tell it all. With a definite plan in mind, Roger McAlexander paces himself and comes to the finish line a winner. 30 Front Row: E. Martin, Mgr.; M. Stuart, ). Guilliams, L. McAlexander, R. Hollandworth, J. Cox, A. Bond, D. McAlexander, A. Guilliams, Mrg. Row Two: E. Williams, P. Via, J. Helms, R. McAlexander, D. Smith, D. Reynolds, J. Hall, D. Sewell, D. Smith, Mgr. Back Row: Coach Raines, L. Phillips, N. Phillips, P. Reed, D. Thompson, S. Thompson, A. O ' Conner, R. Reed, D. Walker, M. Turner, J. Yates, G. Spence. 31 GIRL’S BASKETBALL Sharon Linkous, Captain; Janet Agee, Co-Captain. Cathy Moran (32), jumps as other players wait to receive the ball. Together, Alright! 1973 marked a great year at FCHS with the arrival of the girls varsity basketball team. The team consisted of 14 dedicated and determined girls striving for success. Suicides — jump — teamwork and win were just a few key words the team responded to during the season. The girls opened the season with the first big win over Pulaski with the help of Annette Wimmer ' s 21 points. During the next eight games there were ups and downs but every- one stuck together. The team ended the season with a big win over Narrows; and what a great way to end a season. The high scorer position was shared by Annette Wimmer and Janet Agee with Sharon Linkous right behind them. This year will be the first and last for 5 of our seniors. To them we say, " Thanks and Goodbye, " with the hope they will be behind us next year. Yes, 1973 was a great year for the girls ' basketball team and 1974 will be even bigger and better. The team has built a firm foundation and will be ready to win next year. It took a team to win this first year and we had a great team . . . Together Alright! ! ! 32 Row 1 : Janet Agee, Sharon Linkous. Row 2: Anita Grim, Cathy Moran, Dianne Mabery, Julie Perdue, Lisa Kitts, Mgr. Row 3: Becky Harris, Mgr., Shelby Thompson, Mgr., Pam Strickland, Karen Repass, Lynette Poff, Carolyn Hairston, Mgr., Coach Mills. Row 4: Allison East, Cheryl Austin, Donna Whitlock, Kathy Quesenberry. First Year For Girls Interscholastic Sports Prove Successful As K. Repass (34) jumps S. Linkous (24) gets ready to run. A. Wimmer (50) looks around as J. Agee (42) comes to the rescue. Second String works as hard a first, or harder. Even though A. Wimmer (50) struggles with a Blackburg player she keeps firm control of the ball. Huddle, a time for Coach Mills to change game tactics. 33 Team Gets 4-6 Record A. Wimmer (50) shoots as S. Linkous (24) looks on. Help! Shouts ). Agee (42) while A. Wimmer (50) hurries over. P. Strickland practices hard, cast and all. K. Quesenberry (10) Post A. Wimmer (50) Guard J. Agee (42) Center C. Moran (32) Guard S. Linkous (24) Guard K. Repass looks around as S. Linkous turns to help. A. Grim (12) and K. Quesenberry (10) stop just a second to check their breath. COACH SANDRA MILLS LEADS TEAM K. Quesenberry (10) struggles with the ball as A. Wimmer (50) steps in to guard. A. Wimmer (50) shoots her famous side shot. 35 Girls Intramurals Martha Roberson stops a second to laugh at the way she delivered a serve. First place tennis winners: Junior division; Gail Hylton. Senior division; Dana Higgs. 36 " Tigers — first place softball team. Bottom Row — Debbie Wilson, Cathy Carr, Connie Wimmer, Kay Sowers, Capt. Middle Row — Vickie Conner, Susan Huff, Della Cruise, Beverly Wimmer, Brenda Strickland. Top Row — Patty Wuntke, Dee Dee Robins, Vickie Thompson, Betty Turman, Pam Tolbert, Linda Whitsett. Gain Popularity Barbara Thompson turns to congratulate one of her fellow teammates. U Judy Smith and Beverly Wimmer wait anxiously for a serve. At FCHS, along with many other sports, intramurals is an excit- ing and worthwhile program. Activities such as softball, basket- ball, tennis and volleyball help the girls to keep physically fit, ex- perience winning and losing, and develop good sportsmanship. Team work is the most satisfactory result of intramurals. Girls have fun while learning responsibilities. This year, more girls have participated in intramurals than ever before. 37 ■■■miw FCHS Sees Improvement in School Spirit Varsity Cheerleaders: Above: Beverly Thompson, Carolyn Shortt, Brenda Boothe, Norma Hatcher, Carol Cuilliams and Trenia Bell, Co-captain. Below: Janice Thompson, captain. Y-E-L-L — Everybody Yell ! ! Varsity cheerleaders express important values in leadership, sportsmanship, and personality. Work- ing hard to maintain high spirit and morale for their school ' s football and basketball teams, our cheerleaders worked together to obtain school spirit. During the summer vacation the cheerleaders went on a trip to Ferrum College to learn new cheers, helpful advice and encouragement from cheerleading supervisors at the college. This year under the leadership of Mrs. Sarah Quesenberry our cheerleaders were proud of the overall school spirit from students and faculty. Victory! ! A common cry at Pep rallies. 38 Cheering our “Big Buffs on for victory. The Buffs are number ONE!. Varsity gals yell for spirit from the stands. 39 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders are Row 1: Mary Pratt, Nancy Phillips and Avis Shockley. Row 2: Janice McCrady, Dolly Phillips, Sheree Young; Captain, Jeannette Nester; Co-captain and Leesa Peters. Row 3: Spring Davidson and Clenna Turpin. Leading us onward in school spirit, J.V. Cheerleaders learn that their spirit rousing is an even more intense job than for the varsity cheerleaders as they strive for equality and recognition of their fine efforts for school spirit. One of the activities that the J.V. cheerleaders worked hard at was selling Buffalo license plates. This was a popular idea in the school and community. More and more the future Varsity cheerleaders will profit from the new and fresh ideas of the younger J.V. Squads. J.V. ' s welcome opposing team to Buffalo territory. Avis Shockley and Spring Davidson pose with new buffalo license plates J.V. ' s sold this year. Nancy Phillips does her own vic- tory yell ! ! 40 Leading Cheers, A Whole New Experience Eighth grade cheerleaders are starting out their team right by supporting them through wins and losses lifting their spirits as they go along. Aiming toward as high a goal as the J.V. and Var- sity squads set for them the Eighth grade cheerleaders progress thru their own year of spirit rousing. Baby Buff cheerleaders have their own kind of Buffalo beat Hey all you buf- falo fans . . . Eighth grade cheerleaders Row 1: Debbie Turner, Cathy Shortt, Monica Carden. Row 2: Pam Tolbert, Kimberly Lemons, Not shown: Brenda Strickland. 41 I I Officers Guide Class of 1974 Chester Simpkins, Vice-President Jewel Pratt, Secretary Susan Huff, Treasurer Janice Thompson, Reporter 44 Theresa Joan Agnew " Joan " Gerry Klemon Akers " Geliy " Nellie Irene Argabright " Nellie " Patricia Lynn Austin " Patsy " Trenia Gale Bell " Trenia " Ricky Arnold Bolt " Ricky " Kelly Alderman " Kelly " Deborah Ann Bain " Debbie " Phyllis Gail Brammer " Phyllis " C 5 O la Ha I El El El la Hal El El IS IS IE) IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS El El El El El El la Hal El w C 5 45 Seniors Have A Their David Howard Cannaday " David " Edwin Eugene Chesson " Edwin " Philip Douglas Cockram Jesse Woodrow Conner, Jr. " Philip " " Woody " Mary Elizabeth Conner " Mary " Oral Lee Conner " Oral " Vickie Lynn Conner " Vickie " Alma Faye Cox " Faye " 46 Government — required but not always admired. Variety of Classes In Schedule Rebecca Jill Davis " Jill " Mary Delilah DeHart " DeHart " Barbara Jean Dickerson " Barbara " Judy Ann Dickerson " Judy " Barbara June Duncan " Barbara " Sandra Lou Duncan " Sandra " Steven Wayne Duncan " Dunkin " Frances Elizabeth Epperly " Liz " Everyone gets in on the action in Senior P.E. Harvey Winfred Farley " Harvey " Randy Lean Gallimore " Randy " Trend-following Seniors Reminisce, Jerry Wayne Gearheart " Tick " Melvin Wayne Goff " Wayne " Carol Jean Hale " Duckie " Hilda Ann Harman " Hilda " Peggy Jean Harman " Peggy " Sue Lee Harman " Sue " Rebecca Ellen Harris " Becky " Charlotte Joan Harris " Char " Woody Conner and Joel Pratt disagree about a problem. 48 Look Toward Future Mark Allen Harris “Mark " Jerry Wayne Harris “Wayne " Jerry Tilden Hatcher " Jerry " Dana Marie Higgs " Dana " During one of the pep rallies, Wayne Goff, Larry Sowers, Ricky Vest, Elmer Turman find amusement with a Cheerleader. Dona Lou Higgs “Dona " Janet Faye Higgs " Janet " Patricia Ann Higgs “Pat " Mark Harris Hodges “Mark " 49 After Five Years Prove To Be Alfred jimmy Huff " Alfred " James Glen Huff " James " Rachel Mae Huff " Rachel " Everyone tries to help . . . Susan Bond Huff " Susan " Joyce Dianne Hylton " Dianne " Sharon Lynn Hylton " Sharon " decorate for the Home- coming dance . . . Elaine Ingram " Elaine " Pat Sweeney Janney " Pat " Delana Mae Jone s " Delana " Gladys Louise King " Weesie " V: Of FCHS Seniors Worthy Students Sharon Jean Linkous " Gilbert " Nancy Dianne Mabery " Dianne " Victoria Lou Manning " Vicky " iiimimMimiB SggR Pr 1 Carol Elaine Marshall " Carol " Geraldine McAlexander " Geraldine " Kathy Moles Megelt " Kathy " Barbara Anne Moore " Bam " Linda Marie Moore " Linda " Cathy Renee Moran " Lulu " Robert Wayne Moran " Bobby " 51 Nine til Three-fifteen — A Long Day James Terry Moran Sherry Deree Nichols Julian Bain Nolen Miriam Hope Peters " Professor Teddy Bear " " Flaky " " Julian " " Miriam " Debra Kaye Phillips " Debbie " Ivan Timothy Phillips " Timmy " Cindy Lou Poff " Cheetah " Vickie Elaine Poff " Vickie " Jewell Elaine Pratt " Jewell " Joe Wayne Pratt " Swinger " 52 Lunch plays an important part in Jewell Pratt and Miriam Peter ' s day. ■H With Few Breaks From Routine Almost everyone studies in government class. Sharon Frances Proffit " Sharon " Clarence Jeffrey Pugh " Jeffroe " Carolyn La ' Vern Quesenberry Deborah Quesenberry Weeks Dolores Thompson Quesenberry " Carolyn " " Debbie " " Dolores " Donna Gail Quesenberry " Donna " Karen Lee Repass Phil Arnold Reed Ricky Lynn Reed Robert Allen Reed " Tex " " Cowboy " " Ricki " " Robert " 53 Class of ' 74 Orders Calling Cards As Julian Edward Rutrough " Eddie " Sharon Lynn Reed " Sharon " Nora Daniece Saunders " Daniece " Betty Goad Sartin " Betty " James F. Schmitt " James " Roger Alan Sewell " Big Al " Brenda Sue Shelton " Brenda " Carolyn Dawn Shortt " Chip " Chester Monroe Simpkins " Flame " Roger Oliver Slusher, " Roger " 54 Graduation Activities Draw Nearer Donald Edward Snavely " Donald " Daniel Calvin Sochor " Danny " Curtis Ray Sowers " Curtis " Deborah Sue Sowers " Precious " 55 Desiree Sturart " Desiree " Irma Gertrude Stuart " Irma " Tony Darrell Stuart " Master Blaster " Cindy Poff and Patsy Austin stop for a few minutes to discuss happenings of the day. The Class of ' 74 Makes Thomas Wilfred Stuart " Wilfred " Janet Leigh Sutphin " Rover " Norman Wayne Sutphin " Gomer " Stephen Ray Thomas " Wirehead " Barbara Jean Thompson " Barbara " 56 Beverly Quesinberry Thompson Janice Irene Thompson " Bev " " Janice " Peggy Ann Thompson -Peggy " Shelby Ann Thompson " Racquel " Sharon Linkous is talking too much as Cindy Poff and fellow students try to shut her up. Final Plans For Their Future Yvonne Boyd Thompson Helen Catherine Tolbert Sam Reed Townley Donna Dee Turman " Yvonne " " Cathy " " Ert " " Donna " 57 Donna Jean Turman " Donna " Elmer Turman " Flea " Rudy Lane Turman " Rudy " Cathy Lynn Vest " Cathy " Susan Huff has prepared her lessons but Larry Sowers needs to read closer. Clifford Clay Vest " Clay " Norma Annette Vest " Annette " John David Vest " Fly " Ricky Alton Vest " Pistol " Caught in the middle of a pantomine, Jammey Yates continues milking away. 58 Seniors Know That FCHS Was " Our Place " Peggy Lynn Vest " Peggy” Thomas Kendal Walters " Thomas " David Edmund Weddle Allen Lane Weeks " Twittle " " Allen " Senior Janice Thompson buddies with Junior Diane Thompson. Randy Edward Weeks Raymond Carl Weeks " Weasel " " Raymond " Getting out of class becomes habit forming for Joel Pratt. vjjji ■ i ' ” 4; , v • ' f] f l | • tf. Jv w M ' r [ff 59 Serious, Playful, Quiet — All has Richard Emary Weeks “Richard " Joe David Whitlock " Joe " Deborah Jean Wilson “Debbie " Grace Annettee Wimmer “Knobby " Seniors prove they are still little boys at heart, ask Tick? Activities room couch gives Carolyn Shortt and Bar- bara Thompson a chance to relax from yearbook duties. A married student such as Donna Turman makes every minute count. 60 a place at F.C.H.S. " Our Place " Carl McKinley Wimmer Jr. " Sambo " Denise Jean Wimmer " Denise " Glenn Arvel Wood " Glenn " James Lincoln Worrell, Jr. " James " Holding a captive audience, Tony Stuart tells one of his exciting tales. Patricia Ann Wuntke " Pat " James Irvin Yates, II " City " Rebecca Sue Yearout " Becky " 61 Senior Dance Cut Seniors during and after school hours prepare for Senior Dance. Band " Trinity " played a variety of songs for Seniors to dance by. Whether dancing or talking, couples enjoy the excite- ment of Senior dance. Cathy Moran and her escort show a great deal of excite- ment while dancing. 62 Short Because of Snow The rotating world helped to carry out the theme. Slow dancing is a very romantic moment for Pat Austin and her escort. The Senior Dance was held on December 7, 1973. " Trinity " was the band selected to play for this special occasion. The dance was scheduled to last from 8:00 to 12:00 but because of faulty weather the dance ended early. Also because of the weather no pictures were taken of couples. Decorations on the walls reveals the theme for all to see. 63 Last Year Isn ' t All Work Sponsors: Mrs. Rebecca Howell, Miss Alicia Synan, Mr. Ellis Enoch, Mr. David Keith, Mr. H.E. Keith III. Left: School isn ' t all work for the senior boys. Being a senior at FCHS has been an experi- ence of a life time. There have been fun times, such as, watching eighth graders try to cope with a new mode of life, chair racing down the hall, club activities, chicken fighting after lunch, the one and only Senior Day, and simply meeting and talking with friends. There have also been the serious times — classes, ’ particularly those required subjects, English and Government) worry over passing, concern about the immediate future if we did pass — serious love affairs — (marriage for several and trying to get everything done in a school day so nights will be free for fun times.) We have spent five years at FCHS. Changes have occurred — some bad and some good. Some of us leave with a smile — we ' re free. Some will leave with anxiety — are we really ready for the cold world outside? All leave with a feeling that we have made FCHS " Our Place " for we helped make FCHS just as FCHS helped make us. Below; With her crutches handy, Annette Wimmer seriously ponders her problems. 64 Junior Class Officers: President-Elaine Boyd, Vice- President -Janet Agee, Secretary-Wanda Roop, Treasurer-Alex Bond, Reporter-Robert Weeks. 135 Juniors walked in the doors of Floyd County High to begin this school year. World problems seemed irrevalent until the groans were heard as we awakened to inflation in ordering class rings. 44 Juniors were tapped into the Beta Club while the guidance office became a frequented place as we looked to the future seeking a place for us. College Boards provided us a new experience. For instance: if a clock presently reads 10:55 what would it read when reflected in a mirror? Janet Agee Karen Agee Bryant Akers George Akers Phyllis Austin Cathy Bain Hi Hi la Is la la Is la la HI HI HI HI HI HI HI HI HI HI Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Is (Hi 65 E ] El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El E| El El lallalEl El El El El la|lalE| El E| El El El El El El El El El El El El El Juniors Find Time for Relaxation Vickie Bolt Alex Bond Brenda Booth Elaine Boyd Linda Boyd janet Branscome Elaine Britt Carlotta Browning ■ Any time they can Cathy Carr Michael Carr Deborah Caroll Jim Casteel Engrossed in the study of perspective, art students apply themselves. Kenneth Cox Inflation Strikes Charles Davis Randy Epperly Coby Farmer Laurie Gregg Anita Grim Carol Cuillams Debra Hale Benny Harris Pamela Harris David Hatcher Norma Hatcher John Helm " Wow! " " Oh, No! " " This can ' t be true! " — " . . . " These were only a few exclama- tions heard as Juniors discovered the price tag attached to their class rings. What hap- pened? Inflation and high prices for gold. However, after the shock wore off Juniors became very excited. 68 Carol Hollandsworth Pamela Hollandsworth Movement into the new band building isn ' t all hard work, at least not for Bonnie Shelor, James Weeks, and Joel Shank. Ronald Higgs Ray Hill Roger Hollandsworth Charles Holt Alan Hubbard Silas Huff 69 FCHS provides interesting Shirley Jones Linda Keith Patricia Keith Randall Keith Rose Keith Karen Ketner David Lucas Daydreaming and bored Bonnie Shelor Linda Manning awaits the bell. Bruce Mannon Deborah Martin Lane McAlexander Carolyn McCrady as well an uninteresting topics Ralph Mitchell Betty Moran Gerald Moran Maxine Moran Rufus Muncy Bill Munzing Sandra Nester Carla Newman Layton Nolen Allen Nolen Sandra Palmer Betty Pauley Julian Perdue Julie Perdue Charles Phillips Larry D. Phillips Juniors Gain Experience Nathan Phillips Lynette Poff Martha Poff Paul Radford Denton Reed Jeffery Reed Robin Robbins Galen Roberson Jim Casteel looks on, as Gary Smith ' s attention wanders. in all Walks of Life Bonnie Shelor Dale Slusher Cary Smith Homer Smith Rhonda Smith Rita Smith The cleaning job is left up to Lelan Cockram. Thelma Smith Kay Sowers Barbara Sowers Loretta Spangler Pam Strickland Terry Staples 73 Juniors search for a Diane Sutphin Katie Sutphin What can one possibly find amusing in Algebra? Susan Sweeney Diane Thompson Vicki Thompson Ann Tolbert Barney Trail Marvin Turner Rita Turpin William Vance Joan VanDyke Gerald Vest 74 Place in Society Roger Vest Vicky Walters Darnel Weddle Janie Weddle Jeffrey Weddle Lester Weddle Sandra Weddle James Weeks Patty Keith and Betty Pauley think about yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Robert Weeks Charles West Sherri Whitlock Glen Whitsett 75 We ' ve Found Our Place Wendell Wimmer Ray Wurzburger Sponsors, Mrs. Joyce Pugh, Head sponsor — Mrs. Virginia Altizer, Mrs. Nancy Roop, Mr. Buddy Shull, and Mr. Rudolph Marshall. Not pictured: Harless Conner Bruce Dickerson James Walker We have gained much knowl- edge, experimented with new and different things. We have been pleased, and we have also been disappointed. But we have su- ceeded in growing in all phases of school life. For instance, Juniors won first place in the home- coming decoration contest, were in charge of the Jr. and Sr. Prom, scored high on PSAT Test, etc. In all ways we have made this " our place. " B. Moran, M. Moran, E. Boyd, P. Austin, D. Slusher, and R. Hollandsworth find that Clerical Accounting involves complete concentration. 76 Class Officers IE IE IE IE IE Ei IE IE IE El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El Ul El Is IE IE IE IE IE IE IE IE Sheree Young, Secretary Teresa Gallimore, Vice President 77 SOPHOMORES Becky Agee Ricky Akers Karen Alderman Sharon Alderman Kenneth Allen Denise Altizer Cheryl Austin A ' Court Bason Allen Bishop Donnie Bolt Robin Conner Sue Conner Linda Cope Jackie Cox Jo Ann Cox Coming from all parts of the county, Check, Indian Valley, Willis, and Floyd, 155 sophomores travel to FCHS each day. Whether they live on a farm and travel 25 miles, drive a car or walk from town and regardless of religion or race these students meet, socialize, disagree and compromise each day. Gaining new experiences, making friends, planning futures, falling in and out of love, each person makes his own decision and sets his own standards on the road to a responsible mature cititzen. Students were more involved with government this year asserting their opinions and ideas about the situation of the country such as Watergate, impeachment, and the ending of the Vietnam War. Being a class of aspiring drivers, sophomores showed concern over the gasoline shortage. Sophomores showed much more enthusiasm this year at pep rallies. Probably this is due to each class sitting in a section together. We feel that our accomplishments should not be measured against those of previous classes or future classes but regarded a step by a group of individuals toward the ultimate goal of graduation. Sophomores Are Industrious Ricky Cox Brenda Cromer Della Cruise Carra Dalton Shirley Dulaney Bruce Eanes Maynard Gallimore Teresa Gallimore “And they said it couldn ' t be done, " thinks Billy Underwood. Gary Duleney Wayne Dickerson Titus Dalton Lynn Dehart Anna Dickerson 79 Sandi Harmon Barbara Harris Debra Harris Steve Harris Darrell Higgs Linda Hill Debbie Hixon Clifton Hodges " Who - me, skipping?? " Bobby Hollandsworth Randall Hollandsworth Ronald Hollandsworth 80 Sophomore Moods Change Rapidly From the peaceful slumber of Charles Link . . . Sandra FHollandsworth Susan Holt Alvin Huff Bobby Huff Bonnie Hylton Doretta Hylton Gale Hylton Ruth Howard . . . to the obvious delight of Michael Shortt. Phillip Hylton Nancy Jones Roger Jones Nellie Kincaid Thomas King We Worked Hard And Earned Third Place Steve Lawrence Ruth Lawson Connie Lester Charles Link Sophomore committee members concentrate Ricky Marshall Donnie Marshall Dean Marshall Saundra Lovitt Susan McClure Don McAlexander Vivian McAlexander Sam McDaniel Randall Midkiff Betty Moran Theme for Homecoming " Come One, Come All " captured third place in competition. 82 David Moran Monroe Morris Janice Nester Michael Nolen Richard Nolen on ranking high in com- petition. Andrew O ' Conner Sandra Perdue Barry Phillips Colette Phillips Debra Phillips Dolly Phillips Mary Pratt Richard Pratt After two years of valuable experience, the class of ' 76 is familiar with annual school activities. One such activity is the construction of Homecoming decorations. As in years before rivalries inspire ef- forts and motivate inter-class competition. The sophomore theme of " Come one, come all " was unique in that most of the other entries used Hal- loween as a theme. Hard working sophomores reaped a third place for their efforts. We ' ll be here next year. 83 For Janie and Wendell, happiness is relaxation. Darrell Quesenberry Deborah Quesenberry Donna Quesenberry Kathy Vest demonstrates a more thoughtful happiness. Kathy Quesenberry Randy Quesenberry Wendell Quesenberry Alisa Radford Rosie Radford Dillard Reynolds Debbie Robbins Karen Roberson Pam Rumburg Carson Scaggs Doug Sewell 84 Raymond Sloane Alice Slusher Anthony Smith Bonnie Smith Charlotte Sowers Maturing Sophomores Can Be Serious, Too Dennis Sowers Joel Sowers Rosemary Spangler Reva Spence Daye Stuart Raye Staurt Wanda Stuart Martin Stultz Susan Tatum Angry or thoughtful? With Robin it ' s hard to tell. 85 Larry Taylor Carol Thomas Danny Thompson Debbie Thompson Paula Thompson Kenneth Tolbert Camera shy Cheryl Austin enjoys strolling down the halls. Betty Turman Ray Turman English students watch the filmstrip but are not " overly " excited. Anxious to know the outcome, high salesman, Alice Slusher, watches closely while Mrs. Lester counts on. Loretta Turpin Clenna Turpin Danny Vaughan 86 Leroy Via Bradley Wade Cathy Walter Jackie Weddle Marilyn Weeks Varied World of Sophomores A key figure in sophomore life is geome- The sophomore day is made up largely of routine classes, try teacher, D.J. Keith Roy Whitlock James Whorton Janet Willard Debbie Wimmer Karen Wimmer 87 Ann Worrell Dale Young Sheree Young Obviously Peter Via and Mike Browning aren ' t concentrating on geometry but others like Danny Quesenberry are more attentive. Representatives of the sophomore class at Homecoming included Nellie Kincaid escorted by Doug Sewell. Challenges Challenges and new experiences were met by both sophomore students and their sponsors. All in all it was a good year for both. Sponsors became more aware of the problems of students and their responses to their surroundings. Student became more aware of the fact that teachers are human too. There remain problems to be solved but this is " Our Place. " Sponsors: Head sponsor Miss Ruth Ann Slusher; Mr. John Harmon; Mr. " Skip " Bishop; Mr. Kenneth Raines and Mrs. Janet Keith. 88 I l. ' No Longer Just An Eighth Grader, We ' re Donald Beckner Dale Belcher Karen Belcher Kathy Bishop Harry Blankenship Kendall Bolt Regina Bolt Jerry Boothe Phyllis Branscome Janet Cannaday Nicky Carol Christopher Caveness Robin Clemons Katherine Coates New responsibilities were given to the Freshmen class this year. Instead of being the inexperienced eighth graders of last year, the Freshmen learned to express themselves better physically and mentally. A greater vari- ety of classes and clubs were offered to them and they became involved in many worthwhile subjects. They challenged the upperclassmen for offices and contest placements. Plenty of spirit was added to the school by Freshmen who comprised one-half of the JV cheer- leaders. I El Cal El El Et El El St El IQ 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 El El El El El El El El El 89 ElElEIIaHalEalElblEIElElEIElElElElBllalElElEllJllalElEllallallallallalElElEllaitaiElElElElElIalEHjlEnEl Sponsors: Elizabeth McQuown, Head Sponsor; Richard Berry, Clara Martin, James Hodges, Catherine Pauley and Gladys Agee. Dawn Collins Rodney Collins Ray Compton Howard Conduff Jimmy Conner Kathy Conner Diane Cox Doris Cox Mike Cox Susan Cox Virginia Cox Warren Cox Ronald Cruise Spring Davidson Orville Davis John Dehart Diane Deweese Johnny Dickerson Roy Dulaney Rebecca Duncan Steve Eanes Allison East Darrell Eller Barbara Elmore 90 Freshmen take a step up, But still take Mike Gardner Andy Guilliams Larry Gillespie Joseph Goad James Gordon Debbie Griffith Mary Griffith Gary Hale C O u r s e Sammy Hale S Martha Hale Physical Ed. plays a big part in Freshman life Wayne Halle Nancy Harmon Rodney Harmon Carolyn Hairston Arlene Hill Arlie Hill Tony Higgins Annie Hixon Benny Danny Linda Patricia Hollandsworth Hollandsworth Hollandsworth Hollandsworth 91 Ernest Hylton Melinda Hylton Jerry Janney Kathy Janney L. C. Jones Diane Keith Lisa Kitts Karen Lawrence Lois Lawson Mark Lewis Donna Light Pam Lineberry Ann Maberry Gary Mabery Cindy Manning Penny Manning Donnie Marshall Ronnie Marshall Ervin Martin Ina Martin 92 Freshmen officers: Reporter; K. Belcher, Treasurer; Arlie Hill, Secretary; Patsy Quesenberry, Vice-President, Kendall Bolt; President, David Wuntke. What did you say? Janice McCrady Ronnie Midkiff Tommy Miller Randy Mitchell Tommy Moles Archie Barry Moran Deborah Moran Montgomery Ronnie Moran Bonnie Munzing Jeanette Nester Elton Nichols Glen Osborne Susan Page Leesa Peters Becky Phillips Karen Phillips Mike Phillips Gaining New Friends Makes Life Worthwhile Nancy Phillips Paulette Phillips Mike Poff Patsy Poff Sheila Pratt Leola Price 93 Singing Through Our Highschool Years Dennis Justin Quesenberry Quesenberry y Ronnie Winfred Quesenberry Quesenberry Denise Ray Donna Reed practice takes on a new sound. Karen Richards Tina Robbins Allan Shelor Mark Shortt Martha Roberson Regina Roberson Nancy Rutrough Stuart Shank Karen Simpkins Gail Smith Leann Smith Nathan Sochor Marvin Soners Karen Sowers 94 Eldon Spangler Tom Stafford Sheila Stanley Allen Stuart Charlene Stuart Darlene Stuart Lewis Stuart Becky Thompson Janie Thompson Myra Thompson William Carlton Turner Sandra Turner Marla Turpin Thompson Cloetta Vass Debbie Vaughn Daniel Vest Donna Vest Elvin Vest Peggy Vest Charlotte Via Freshmen combine with eighth graders to form the beginning choir. 95 H Mark Via William Via Renva Wade Darnell Walker Nolen Webb Terry Webb Debbie Weeks When the camera distracts the bottom of the pyramid, Becky Thompson James Weeks finds herself in a perilious position. Gymnastics - An Integral Part of Physical Education Sharon West Dennis Whitlock Donna Whitlock Jerry Whorton Carol Williams Eric Williams Cary Williams Lorenzo Williams Mike Willis Richard Wingate David Wuntke Glenna Yopp 96 Noah Akers Phyllis Akers Sandra Akers Alvin Alderman Rhonda Alderman Debra Allen Ricky Allen Vicky Altizer )ohn Andrews Winona Angle Joseph Argabright Michael Aragabright David Baker Darlene Ballinger Charlotte Beckner Alicia Belcher Wanda Belcher Terry Bell Benita Blackwell Donna Bolt Joy Bond David Boothe Ginger Bower Jeffrey Bower Donna Boyd Is Is Is Is Is Is Isis Is El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El Els IE IE IE IE Ei Is GUI Ricky Boyd Marvin Brammer Arlis Branscome Jerry Branscome Nelson Branscome 97 blblbl ElblblEl blbl j ElElblbl El ElElElblblElbtialElElElEflEl Efl ElEl lblE lbl blbl Ell En El blblEl Eighth Graders Find Student-Teacher Relationships Rewarding A very bewildered group of eighth graders came to FCHS this year. They were ecstatic over all the free time. Six classes with six different teachers in- stead of one class all day long with the same teacher was a welcome change. Five minutes before each class seemed great and along with these inovations, they could join various clubs and par- ticipate in extra curricular activities. As always, some used their time wisely and matured as the year rolled along, others found their new freedom too much and found troubles heaping upon their heads. Jerry Carr Sherry Carr Beatrice Carroll Freddie Claytor Melinda Clower Ricky Clower Anita Conner James Conner Glen Conner William Conner Andrew Cox Arthur Cox Lloyd Cox Mavis Cox Phillip Cox Ricky Cox Brenda Dalton James Dalton Jeffery Dalton Dreama Dickerson Janice Dickerson Roger Dover 98 Thomas Cardner Barbara Goad Bobby Goad Larry Goad Mary Goad James Hale Rebecca Hale Melanie Helms Teresa Helms Debbie Higgs Roger Higgs Brenda Howard Charlie Howard Loreta Howard Anglea Huff Connie Huff Rebecca Huff Mary Hall Beverly Harris Oscola Harris Sanford Hatcher Natasha Hayden Lois Heath Roxanne Heath Richard Huff Sherry Hunley Ann Hylton Daryl Hylton Janice Marie Hylton Laura Hylton Brenda Strickland doesn ' t appear half as surprised as Miss Synan. Eighth Graders Meet New Requirements For Physical Education Scott Hylton Scotty Hylton Mrs. McBath assists Dreama McNeil, Wesley Thompson and Danny Wade. Sharon Hylton Steve Janney Bobby Jewell Deborah Jones Betty Keith Ceorge Keith Nelson Keith Gary King Lawrence Kidd Rebecca Lane Vicki Lee Kimerly Lemons Jerry Lewis Mary Lewis Logan Manis Larry Manning Judy Mannon Charles Marshall Dennis Marshall Randall Marshall Frank Martin Mark Maxey Billy McAlexander John McLean Drema McNeil Paul McNeil Marshall McPeak David Miller 100 The eighth grade choir practices for Christmas con- cert. Choir Enjoyed As An Elective Clenna Miller Walter Miller Michael Mitchell Gerald Moles Sherry Moles Steve Moran Frank Murrie James Nichols Cathy Poff Kenneth Poff Linda Poff Bruce Quesenberry Gerry Quesenberry Glennis Kathy Quesenberry Danny Radford Quesenberry Physical Education teacher, Coach Raines, shows eighth graders new uniforms. 101 Ricky Radford Thomas Radford |an Reece Janice Reed Rhonda Reed Stephen Roberson Debra Sartin Sandra Sartin Lillian Sanders Mary Sewell Peggy Shelton Cathy Shortt Curtis Sloane Judith Smith Rebecca Smith Michael Snead Donald Sowers Dwayne Sowers Rodney Sowers Carl Stafford Connie Stanley Deborah Stilwell Brenda Strickland Nelson Sumner Larry Sutphin Lawrence Sutphin Melody Sweeney Charles Tankersley Rhonda Terry James Thomas Marvin Thomas Mary Thompson Wesley Thompson Glenn Tolbert Pamela Tolbert Debra Turner Nora Underwood Mark VanDyke Rita Vaughn Daniel Vest Geraldine Vest Kevin Vest 102 Waiting for class to begin, Rhonda Alderman looks bored while Joy Bond tells her friends a tale. Wendell Vest Susan Via Danny Wade Mary Vest Melvin Vest Steven Walters Tommy Walters Lorie Waters Bruce Weddle Johnathan Weddle Larry Weddle Ruth West Gladys Whitlock Linda Whitsett Daisy Whorton Gino Williams Jeanean Williams Timothy Williams Gregory Wilson As they eat, eighth graders Linda Whit- sett, Connie Wimmer, Beverly Wimmer and Melanie Sweeney listen to news. 103 David Boothe, Reporter Joy Bond, Secretary Cathy Shortt, Vice President Brenda Strickland President Who knows better the feeling of an eighth grader than an eighth grader. Eighth graders worked hard this year. We participated in many activities such as magazine campaigns and skits and posters which tried to represent eighth graders. We had repre- sentatives from the eighth grade in the SCA to help run the school and class officer who worked for us. These people were put in these positions to do their jobs and they did very well. " Upperclassmen may have thought we were punky ' , but we looked over them and tried to set a goal for the eighth graders. Upperclassmen looked down at us and said ' Hi punk ' , but we knew we would be in their same position someday, so we kept our feet on the ground, our head in the air and walked proudly up the hall with no discour- agement. " " What I ' m trying to say is that we were proud to be eighth graders and we didn ' t let anybody get us down. " Catherine Dobyns, Walker Campbell, JoAnn McBath, Freeda Rorrer, Chris Harmon, Sarah Quesenberry, Alta Turman. 104 Study Hall 101 does not appear to be Mr. Richard Berry ' s favorite job. With arms folded and perching on top of a chair, Mr. John Harmon prepares to lecture on the guaran- teed rights of Americans. Giving individualized help is a part of Mr. Lonnie Keith ' s daily work. H h- I ElEllallalElElEllal lal 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 El El El El El El El El El 105 [E[s[E[E[E[E[E[E[Els[3[E[s[sSls[a[sIs[slB[s[s[s[s[s[s[s[s[slEi[a[s[s[a[s[B[a[s[a[s[s[alB[S Administration Mr. David Harman Director of Instruction Mrs. Dorothy Casteel General Supervisor Mr. William Gardner ESEA Coordinator Mrs. Barbara Holbrook School Psychologist School Board Members: Mrs. Mildred Thomson, Sec.; Mr. James Harmon, Mr. Gerald Phillips: Mr. Vernon Baker; Mr. Daniel Board; Mr. Ford Peters, and Mr. Ray Hollandsworth, Supt. Mrs. Susie Vest Secretary to Superintendent Mr. Ray L. Hollandsworth Superintendent Mrs. Elizabeth Eanes Secretary to NYC 106 Mr. John M. Houston Administrative Assistant Personnel Mr. Robert E. Peak Principal Mr. Dennis Semones Assistant Principal Close to 1000 students crowded into the gym on opening day of school. Some were optimistic, others were pessimistic, many were half-asleep, all were sweltering. Nevertheless, most of the students heard the principal, Mr. Peak, welcome them to school and outline new rules as contained in the new FCHS Handbook. Throughout the year, Bob Peak, principal, and assistants Dennis Semones and H.P. Jennings wel- comed students ' opinions, complaints, and sugges- tions as well as carried out the more unpleasant disciplinary measures. Mrs. Iris Poff Secretary to the Principal Mrs. Susan Lester Receptionist and Bookkeeper Mrs. Lorice O ' Connor Vocational Secretary Miss Anne Dunn Director of NYC Mr. H.P. Jennings Assistant Principal 107 Mrs. Gladys Agee Home Economics FHA Sponsor Mr. Worley Bishop Physical Education Varsity Basketball Coach J.V. Football Coach Baseball Coach Drivers Training Mrs. Nola Albert Guidance Director Teacher Welfare Mrs. Virginia Altizer Mathematics Junior Sponsor Mr. Richard Berry French French Club Sponsor Mr. Walker Campbell History Geography Bus Patrol Sponsor Lab . • • Beginning typists develop fundamental skills as they build toward a future in business. Science labs offer students a chance to individually explore other life worlds. 108 Classes that fall into the lab category serve two very distinct functions. Students or a group are given basic information and in the same class they have the opportunity to put that information to use in individual and small group research. The classes can be both physically and men- tally strenous. No matter what the lab class, the student has a chance to “practice " what the teacher teaches. Members of a clerical typing class experiment with off-set printing. Every lab class has its hours of giving information and hopefully, of retaining that information. 109 Mrs. Lillian Cockram Home Economics Sponsor, HERO Mr. C.l. Dillon Director, Vocational Learning Lab Sponsor, Upward Bound Miss Annie Catherine Do by ns English Sponsor, Tri-Hi-Y Mr. Robert Elwanger Band Director Second year Industrial Maintenance Repair students, Terry Moran, Robert Moran and Kelly Alderman have advanced until Mr. Lucas considers them very dependable repair men around school. Mr. Ellis Enoch Civics, Geography Sponsor, Senior Mr. Christopher Harman Chemistry, Physics, Science 8th grade Football and Basketball coach 110 Gaining bricklaying perfection demands working with materials as demonstrated by Wilfred Stuart and )ohn Holt under the watchful eye of Mr. Thomson. O 4 Working with all sorts of strange equipment to the layman, Mr. Lucan first year Industrial Maintenance class repairs small appliances. Teachers in Vocational School lecture and demonstrate but students learn their trade by working. They must work under close supervision and abide by strict safety rules. Working in a Block program students have time in which they can further their knowledge and practical abilities. Job preparation is a primary goal of vocational students and fac- ulty. After work each day cleaning is a necessity Jeffrey Bowers sweeps while Noah Webb finishes his work. Crease and more grease is part of Auto repairing. Thankfully this student Mr. Rorrer teaches a student to use does not have clousapholia. machines in Industrial Arts Shop. Ill Mr. John Harman Coverment History Debate Sponsor Mr. James Hodge English J.V. Basketball Coach Asst. 8th Grade Football Coach Mrs. Rebecca Howell Typing General Business Jr. — Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor Mr. David Keith Geometry, Math 9 Hi-Y Sponsor Mr. H.E. Keith Math 8 Algebra I Beta Club Sponsor Mrs. Janet Keith English Forensics Sponsor Students in Twentieth Century Novels class present a skit from Kill A Mockingbird . Carol Marshall, Glenn Wood, Trenia Bell and Vickie Poff present a comical skit of the Knights of the Roundtable. This year the drama classes explored individual and group expression through class work and public performances. Students were able to explore expressions of their own feelings and to be absorbed in the different feelings of a character that they por- trayed. Through preparation for public performances the students gained an under- standing of what was expected of both the lime-light on stage activities and the behind the scenes work force. Many students used what they had learned in drama class to participate in out of class activities such as the forensics program and the One Act Play Festival. Left: Edwin Chesson and Tom Stafford play the only characters in the one-act play " Morality for the Leisure Class. " Above: One of the activities of the elective Folklore and Legend Class is video-taping a legend. With Glenna Yopp narrating, Peggy Vest and Virginia Cox act out a scene from " The Miracle Worker " for an English project. 113 Mr. Lonnie Keith Agriculture Sponsor, K.V.C. Mr. Daniel Lucas Industrial Maintenance Sponsor, V.I.C.A. Mr. C.E. Mannon Guidance Sponsor, S.C.A. Mr. Rudolph Marshall Economics, Government English, History, Debate Mrs. Clara Martin English, Magazine Sponsor, Quill Scroll Mrs. JoAnn McBath Science Sponsor, Sr. Science . . Techniques . . Art does not always " hand " in galleries, Linda Moore and Donna Moles have found. A new form of exercise is demonstrated by Ruth West. 114 Measuring the diameter of the sun brings Mrs. McBath ' s eighth grade science classroom outside. Perspective drawing involves Carolyn Shortt and Larry Daniece Saunders concentrates on the techniques Dale Phillips, required when using a key punch machine. All subjects require specific techniques To gain these techniques a student may spend much of his time in a classroom with a text and lectures from a teacher. Others find it necessary to " do " rather than read. Whatever the process, tech- niques are used in practical ways to gain success in any given field of learning. In a makeshift room, David Moran learns the techniques of developing film. 115 Miss Elizabeth McQuown Physical Education Miss Sandra Mills Physical Education Girls Basketball Coach Sponsor GAA Mrs. Mary Murrie Librarian Sponsor, Library Club Mrs. Catherine Pauley Art Sponsor, Sophomore Sponsor, Art Club Mr. Kenneth Phillips Agriculture Sponsor, FFA Mrs. Joyce Pugh English Sponsor, Yearbook Forming a statue from plaster requires the full concentration of Mark Harris and Danny Boothe. Listening to a visitor speaker talk about band skills prepares the 130 piece band to practice and perform. 116 Whether the voice is high as soprano or low as bass students start with talent and develop their singing into a skill. To succeed in any class, one must have skills. An objective of a school program is to help students develop these skills and become a nature happy, helpful citizen. ! R fjr « 5l ( I s $ H il 1 |! iyl l-i Two married students, Peggy Thompson and Annette janney develop their sewing skills in order to help their wardrobe. No one doubts that it takes creative ability to mold an original piece of art from plaster. Art teacher Mrs. Pauley demonstrates this as Dana Higgs admires her skill. Success in Athletics takes strength but it also requires skill. 117 Mrs. Connie Quesenberry Vocational Learning Lab Mrs. Sarah Quesenberry Algebra Sponsor, Varsity Cheerleaders Mrs. Wanda Radford Business Sponsor, S.C.A. Mr. C. Kenneth Raines Physical Education Head Track Coach and Ass ' t. Varsity Football Mrs. Kathleen Rakes Guidance English Sponsor, J.V. Cheerleaders Mrs. Nancy Roop Business Sponsor, F.B.L.A. .Concentration. . Wearing earphones and manipulating their own equipment, students in the Vocational Learning Lab concentrate on the im- mediate job before them. Studying hard for an English test, Benny Hollandsworth ignores the action going on about him. 118 The accustomed noise of the machines breaks into the quietness of Clerical Accounting; however, this does not disturb the concentration of business students. The classroom is not the only place concentration is required. Students seriously use their thought powers in planning decorations. Learning to learn is a skill we soon acquire at F.C.H.S. Fun and laughter have their time and place but it is also a joy to exert oneself, really concentrate and achieve. The Learning Lab has been a great asset to many students. It offers a quiet place where silence and mass concentration abound, where tape players and headphones are commonplace and where learning materials are differentiated. Concentration, however, does not always evolve over a book. Sometimes a pep rally or bulletin board tax our brains and the delicate machinery of the vocational building often produces a state so deep one is quite unaware of his sur- roundings. Although most of the work in the Learning Lab is indi- vidualized, Mrs. Connie Quesenbeery stands by ready to offer help. 119 Mr. Calvin Rorrer Industrial Arts Sponsor, IA Mrs. Freeda Rorrer Biology Sponsor, Jr. Science Mrs. Mary Shelor Librarian Aid Mr. R.A. Shull, Jr. History Football Coach Miss Ruth Ann Slusher Business Mrs. Sandra Smith Choral . . . Helping . . . Guiding students in all phases of their life, Nola Albert gives aid to Yvone Thompson. 120 A library aid ' s job is never done — there are always people waiting to be helped by Mrs. Shelor and Oavid Weeks enjoys his period of waiting. Carrying out part of their duties as Library Club members, Elaine Britt, Bev Thompson and Brenda Boothe check out books and keep records. After assigning an exercise in grammar, Mrs. Keith assists with problems which arise. Helping hands from fac- ulty members come in all shapes, in all sizes and from all directions. Teachers at FCHS try to aid their students both col- lectively and individually. Helping students with ac- ademic as well as personal problems, the teacher serves as leader, informa- tion center, listener, and gadfly to those students with whom she comes in contact. Helping is their work and faculty members try to provide it where it is needed. 121 . . .All Go Together To Help Faculty and Students Form The Setting for " Our Place " « V Miss Alicia Synan English Speech Newspaper Mr. George Thompson Building Trades Sponsor, VICA Mrs. Alta Turman Science Home Economics Sponsor, FTA Mr. Edward Weeks Auto Mechanics Sponsor, VICA 122 Lunches Remain 40 $ Although Food Prices Rise Lunchroom staff — (Left to right) C. Weeks, V. Spence, L. Hylton, B. Shortt, M. Kidd, P. Hale, G. Sowers. Jimmy Thomas performs one of his varied tasks. Energy Crisis doesn ' t seem to L. O. Akers affect Mr. Proffit. The job of the custodians and lunchroom staff is not an easy one, however they work diligently day after day. Every- Mabel Via day the custodians sweep the halls we so casually use as our trash cans whenever we clean out our sometimes messy lockers. They are kept on the run opening jammed lockers for eighth graders, changing locks, opening doors for students and absentminded teachers, and a selection of other time consuming chores. The lunchroom staff deserve a big hand for the excellent job they do. They put in a long day planning and cooking nutritious grade A lunches on an ever shrinking budget. Although meat, milk, and vegetable prices are ever rising, students remain able to buy a well bal- anced meal for 40 t . c r LU 125 " Dancing in the Moonlight " - the theme for the 1973 Junior-Senior Prom. Beneath decorations of shades of blue accented by a silhouette on a yellow moon, couples danced to music by Selective Service System. The prom offered the only opportunity for guys and their girls to dress in formal clothes and put their best foot forward for a night of enjoyment. Joel Pratt, president of the Junior class, enjoys the prom after many hours of hard work. Couples concentrate on their dancing, M s i ! y •» !« ' " MM- - 1 i rr ' TT 1 [ft ' c M % m " Selective Service Sytem " An important part of a dance is taking time to relax and socialize with friends 127 I F.C.H.S. Band waits on the sideline ready to perform in half time activities. Ray Hollandsworth, Superintendent, places the crown on beaming Sharon Linkous who was escorted by Edwin Chesson. 128 Homecoming: it ' s a magical word. Every year when it gets to be that time, things start to happen. Representatives of each academic class produced some mas- terpiece to be entered in the SCA decora- tion ' s contest. This year Juniors and Se- niors won first and second place respec- tively. As the big night approached, the team got fired up ready to take on Carroll County. Alas, victory was not be gained but Homecoming festivities continued. It was homecoming and the crowd enjoyed a spectactular performance by the band and the crowning of the homecoming queen, Sharon Linkous. Though the game ended in a loss, the crowd left for the dance in good cheer. It ' s Homecoming! 1973 Homecoming Court: Eighth grade, Pam Tolbert, John McLean, Beverly Wimmer, Bruce Weddle; Nineth grade, Judy Radford, L. C. Jones, Nancy Phillips, Nathan Carroll; Tenth grade, Cathy Walters, Danny Quesenberry, Nellie Kincaid, Douglas Sewell; Eleventh grade, Anita Grim, Jim Casteel, Silas Huff, Wanda Roop (not pictured); Twelfth grade, Dianne Mabery, Phillip Cockram, Sharon Linkous, Edwin Chesson, Patty Wuntke, and Joel Pratt. 129 Susan Huff, Snow Queen, Leads the Parade Snow Queen Susan Huff, and her court Anita Grim, Wanda Roop, Geraldine McAlexander and Trenia Bell. Above Left: Santa Clause and Mrs. Clause comes to town. Above Right: Susan Huff rides in a sleigh built by the Beta Club. Beautiful girls, bands, floats, people and more people wel- comed Santa Clause with his candy and gifts. Mrs. Susan Huff was chosen by her classmates to reign as Snow Queen. The Beta Club built the queen and her court ' s float and the SCA bedecked them with flowers. In addition to the band, many high school students partic- ipated in the welcoming of the Christmas season. 130 What Was To Be . What was to be wasn ' t because of snow and ice. The highlight of the first semester is the Christmas As- sembly usually held prior to the holi- day closings; however, this year snow prevailed and the assembly was canceled. But tradition went on and the students recognized the Ma- donna and Angel, Trenia Bell and Liz Epperly respectively, who were elected by the Senior Class. The Speech class was to have presented a pagent entitled " A Song of Glory " . The theme of the one-act play by Anne Coulter Martens emphasized how Christmas has become commer- cialized and how the real meaning of Christmas has been lost in the rush of the season. X fi The Madonna, Trenia Bell, and the angel, Liz Epperly, were to be final scene in Christmas pageant. Actor Jamey Yates and actress Kay Sowers rehearsing for the play " Song of Glory " . For the final scene of " Song of Glory " , S. Young, B. Shelor, S. Whitlock, K. Wimmer, S. Harmon, M. Caveness, D. Marshall, L. Epperly, T. Bell, J. Dickerson, D. Price, B. Yearout, J. Yates, K. Sowers, practice singing " Hark the Herald Angels Sing. " Elected by the Senior class, Angel Liz Epperly and Madonna Trenia Bell receive recognition. Muriel (Bonnie Shelor) drops packages after a busy shopping spree. Mitch (Jamey Yates) offe rs assistance. . . . Wasn ' t 131 Magazine Campaign Kick-Off Running a school takes money. FCHS sponsors a Magazine Campaign each year for this purpose. This is the only money raising effort made by the school adminis- tration. The proceeds are used for educa- tional facilities. This year a camera and a darkroom was purchased. To kick off the campaign, an assembly was held where students presented skits relating to magazines. After the sales rep- resentative presented rules and showed samples of prizes, it was a fun assembly. From the entering of the gym to music by the Pep Band, to the racing at the last minute to buses, student ' s laughter resounded throughout the gym. The fun set the stage for hard work. Eighth grade claimed to be stouter than the other classes but found this to be a fallacy. Homer Smith and Ralph Mitchell paint Petey Janney advertising an art magazine. Underclassmen converge on the middle of the floor. Who will be the winner? Kick-off to the magazine skit. 132 Exceeds Goal Students Sell $5,475.06 With excitement at its peak, Mr. Peak draws the winning name from a box held by Mrs. Roop. Top winner, Karen Lawrence, receives $25. while second place winner takes home $20. Results Results amazed everyone. Mrs. Nancy Roop motivated the students and with the help of the FBLA kept tallies of the sales up-to-date. Competition was the key factor. The goal had been set at $4,200.00 — total sales ran to $5,475.06 with 1,146 subscriptions sold. High awards were given to the five top salesmen. Claimin g these awards were Karen Lawrence, Roger Hollandsworth, Ginger Bower, Ricky Harmon and Joseph Goad. Promotional awards were won by each student who sold at least three subscriptions. Daily high salesman drew money from a Jack- O-Lantern. Finally a close-out assembly was held with awards being given and an important drawing for an RCA 12 " black and white TV, courtesty of Bob ' s Radio and TV Ser- vice. Ina Martin, surprised and happy, received this early Christmas present. A very happy winner, Ina Martin, comes forward to accept her TV from Mrs. Roop. 133 Gas Shortage Cancels all Extra Choir Activities A new building meant better sounds and more room for the advanced choir and they took advantage of it. One of the highlights of the year was their Christmas concert which was excellently presented. A crowded auditorium showed their appreciation by prolonged ovations. The gas shortage prevented the planned trip to Concord college after students had auditioned and prepared their presentations. The choir was also civic minded and a special ensemble entertained the local Woman ' s club banquet in October. A. Guilliams, S. Davidson, J. Phillips, V. Lee, R. Adlerman, A. Browning, L. Walters, G. Smith, W. Angle, M. Hale, G. Vest; Row two: ). Carr, J. Bond, C. Williams, J. Reece, R. Reed, R. Lane, C. Quesenberry, A. Blackwell, P. Vest, D. Collins, A. Hylton; Row three: K. Lemons, N. Hayden, S. Wimmer, P. Tolbert, G. Bower, B. Harris, J. Cannaday, D. Hubbard, N. Summer, R. Terry, D. Cox, K. Sowers; Row four: D. Bolt, J. Reed, A. Maberry, B. Munzing, T. Webb, M. Holden, J. McGrady, S. Ayers, R. Bolt, K. Janney, K. O ' Donnell, M. Sweeney, B. Strickland, A. Conner, ). Goad, N. Carroll, O. Davis, T. Gardner, S. Hylton, S. Janney, L. Stuart. Row one: C. Thomas, M. Weeks, C. Carr; Row two: R. Conner, S. Alderman, B. Boothe, E. Boyd, G. Turpin, S. Nester, Mrs. Smith; Row three: R. Robins, D. Martin, C. Browning, R. Yearout, A. Shockley, C. Dalton, J. Weddle; Row four: P. Wuntke, P. Keith, K. Vest, C. Guilliams, C. Scaggs, S. Reed, C. Vest, K. Alderman, M. Pratt, A. Vest, C. Vest, B. Harris, S. Tatum, P. Harris, K. Wimmer; Row five: D. Phillips, S. Perdue, S. Lovitt, S. Palmer, M. Caveness, J. Yates, P. Austin, C. Moran, S. Harmon, J. Gearheart, C. Link, A. Weeks, R. Gallimore, D. Stuart, V. Poff. 134 Vicki Poff accompanied Becky Yearout while trying out for Concord. Mrs. Sandra Smith, Choral director and Accompa- nist for the beginning choir, Debbie Carroll. Singing can be fun as shown here by Brenda Boothe, Elaine Boyd and Robin Robins. A great deal of work and determination made this years Beginning Choir one of the best. Students drilled over and over again the proper pronunci- ations and diaphram usage. Altoes were separated from sopranoes and tenors and basses were trained in their own voice range. Their first presentation was at the Christmas Concert. Vicki Poff — Accompanist. 135 The Floyd County Marching Buffaloes is composed of 133 playing musicians. We now have the largest band front in south west Va. which includes 20 flags, 12 rifles, 5 majorettes, 1 solo twirler, 1 flag commander and 3 drum- majors. The band performs at both home and away football games in order to support the team. This year the concert band which includes the band front and marching band, is performing grade six music. This is the top level in concert music. Through out both concert and marching season the band gives its members a healthy sense of competitiveness and builds ones Band Moves in New Building Row one: L. Dehart, G. Hulton, S. Shank, W. Hall, B. Dalton, J. Reed, A. Browning, R. Lawson, P. Vest, C. Shortt. Row Two: L. Kidd, J. Dehart, S. Lawreance, J. Shank, R. Harmon, M. Thompson, K. Richard, A. Wimmer, H. Smith, R. Hollandsworth, R. Roberson, W. Perdue. Row Three: G. Terry, T. Boone, J. Boweres, C. Stafford, G. Wilson, S. Hale, J. Conner, K. Bolt, G. Moran, R. Hollandsworth, S. Whitlock, B. Shelor, S. Via, C. Manning, D. Whitlock, W. Belcher, G. Whitlock, J. Weeks, W. Conner, M. Browning, Row Four: M. Thompson, C. Wimmer, S. Turner, R. Vaughen, N. Haydn, M. Beaver, D. Whitlock, C. Caveness, M. Shortt, E. Duncan, P. Nolen. Row Five: S. Shank, J. Cunduff, P. Miller, G. Miller, G. Golbert, M. Sewell, C. Link, R. Jones, R. Midkiff, R. Gallimore. Row Six: T. Stafford, F. Murrie, S. Hylton, A. East, M. Roberson, P. Lineberry, K. Lawrence, L. Lawson. 136 Setting up the stands require the help of “Mr. El " too. It takes a little longer for students to get prepared for class. The attention of the band is held by a guest speaker. Concerts mean practice and more practice. i » a y A neat new building but the same old band. Lisa Kitts converses with other band students. Captain Loumas gives techniques to the band. Flutes wait for cue. 137 Lynette Poff — Solo Majorette Kay Sowers — Solo Sabre Sharon Linkous — Assistant Drum Majorette, Sandra Nester — Head of Band Auxiliaries, Carol Marshall — Head Drum Majorette. Right to Left: A. Worrell, D. Martin, T. Gallimore; Head Majorette, N. Rutrough, D. Thompson. 138 Rifle and Flag Corps Add Color and Precision to Band Rifle Corps: Row one; K. Repass, C. Moran; Captain. Row two: V. The Band prepares for Concert season. Lee, R. Lane, D. Whitlock, D. Allen. Row three: P. Strickland, P. Yearout, S. Harman, V. Thompson, B. Strickland, J. Sutphin. Flag Corp: Row one: K. Sowers. Row two: A. Tolbert, V. Bolt. Row three: L. Kitts, J. Radford, B. Wimmer, A. Mabery, A. Hill, L. Peters, J. Nester, K. Simpkins, B. Dalton, C. Harmon, C. Carr, J. Smith, R. Radford, C. Browning, C. Sowers, M. Thompson, ). Boyd, P. Thompson, C. Austin, M. Helms. 139 Traditional Honors Dominated By Girls Valedictorian Jewell Pratt and Salutatorian Dianne Hylton don ' t even have time for pictures. A standard of excellence was met by fif- teen seniors this year in the accomplish- ment of an “A " average for 5 years of high school. Not only did these Seniors attain an over 95 average, but they were also active in school life. There were many others who received honors throughout the year. We have recognized these when possible. Honors do not necessarily belong only to the top few, however, but to the many who partici- pated in school activities. Students attaining an “A " average: Hilda Harmon, Vickie Poff, Cathy Tolbert, Dianne Hylton, Row Two: Carol Marshall, Patsy Austin, Peggy Vest, Yvonne Thompson, Miriam Peters, Jewel Pratt. Row Three: Roger Sewell, Joel Pratt, Edwin Chessen, Charlotte Harris, Randy Gallimore. 140 DAR winner Jewell Pratt appears before the faculty. Freshman Tom Stafford wins the Ruritan Essay Contest. Recipient of the Junior English award for ' 74 is Carolyn McCrady. To rank high in National Merit tests one must have knowledge on a wide range of subjects. Roger Sewell, honorable mention winner, finds the dictionary helpful. Local Forensic winners: Seated: Judy Claytor, Carolyn McCrady, Patsy Austin, Standing: Cathy Tol- bert, Randy Gallimore, Tom Stafford, Ricky FHarmon. Patsy Austin is also district winner. 141 Students Win In Variety Of Activities Above left: Students chosen for Regional Choir are Becky Yearout, Sandra Nester, Jamie Yeatts and Randy Gallimore. Sandra Nester was also chosen for all-state choir. Above right: Trenia Bell Wins Betty Crocker Homemaker Award and goes on to state competition. Right: First place forestry judging team. Roger Slusher, Phillip Hylton, David Cannaday, Charles Davis. Peggy Vest, Dianne Hylton, and Charlotte Harris Place first, second, and third respectively in the Voice of Democracy contest. First Place Mechanics Judging team: James Connor, Doug Sewell, Roger Slusher, and Carson Scaggs. 142 Highland Scops Becomes a Literary-Art Magazine Seated: Annette Janney, Pat Austin, Cindy Poff (Editor). Standing: Mrs. Clara Martin, Sponsor; Hilda Harmon, Andy Quilliams, Jewell Pratt, Dale Young. Not Pictured: Norma Hatcher, Kathy Quesenberry. Norma Hatcher and Hilda Harmon find Upon receiving the first issue, the staff show anxiety and pleasure, enjoyment in typing copy for magazine. Hi ghland Sco ps, the school magazine, is published twice a year and presents the best creative writing done by Floyd County High students. The staff ' s first job is to read all submitted material and select poems and stories on the basis of high quality and ap- peal to the student body. Once the material has been selected, it is edited and typed. This year the Hi ghland Scops changed its designation from literary magazine to literary-art magazine in order to display the artistic talent of FCHS students as well as their literary talent. Most students agreed that the addition of art made the Scops a better magazine. Mary Sewell buys a copy of the magazine from Andy Qu illiams. 143 BISON Tells Year’s Story Row one: P. Keith, B. Thompson, C. Shortt, C. Hale, Mrs. Pugh, Sponsor. Row two: S. McClure, D. DeHart, B. Cromer, R. Spangler, S. Thompson, S. Lovitt, C. Harris. Row three: C. Link, D. Cannaday, C. Vest, R. Weeks, S. Ayers, J. Claytor, R. Cox, C. McCrady, J. Schmitt, S. Hollandsworth. Working hard on layouts and cropping, Richard Weeks and Even though a deadline creeps closer, Mrs. Pugh Cathy Vest seem to be disturbed by the camera. manages to smile. 144 Selling ads, drawing and redrawing layouts, and gathering information for copy were some of the duties of the Year- book Staff. The staff was also in charge of scheduling for class and club pictures. Many hours of hard work and dedication both during and after school and during holidays was only a part of the great effort to produce a summary of words and snapshots portraying " OUR PLACE " 1973- 74. Busy at work on the junior section, Judy Claytor and Carolyn McCrady strive to finish a page before the ringing of the bell. Problems concerning copy bring Saundra Lovitt and Rosemary Spangler to Brenda Cromer ' s aid. Taking time out to relax is a rare oc- casion for Editor Carol Hale. 145 Crier Staff Completes A Class For Credit JOURNALISM The 73-74 school year was a big year for news and a busy one for the County Crier. The staff of 23 new members was one of the largest and most inexperienced in recent FCHS history. However, after studying the canons of journalism. various news paper formats, layout styles, and " how to make those ' heads ' fit, " the Crier journalists were ready for the actual producation of the first issue. Co-editors, Vicki Bolt and Elaine Britt, both first-year journalism students, as was the entire class, worked hard to direct and help the staff create a fine paper. Crier staff discusses pictures to be used in the next issue. Staff member Susan Tatum instructs novice journalists Pat Wuntke and Bev Thompson on layout procedures for the Crier. Typing is an essential duty for newspaper production — Elaine Britt strives to meet the deadline. Crier staff: First Row: Pat Wuntke, Brenda Boothe, Bev Thompson, Assoc. Editor, Elaine Britt, Co-Editor, Joan Agnew, Assoc. Editor, Betty Pauley, Susan Tatum. Second Row: Susie Sweeney, Janet Branscome, Nellie Kincaid, Vicki Bolt, Co- editor, Rita Turpin, Linda Hill, Alicia Synan, Sponsor. Third Row: Jimmy Schmitt, Mark Hodges, Ralph Mitchell, James Weeks, Homer Smith, Ricki Reed, Judy Dickerson, Assoc. Editor, Charlene Hylton. Not Pictured: Sammy McDaniel, Carla Newman. 146 Four Members Attend Summer Program at VPI-SU The Upward Bound Club is a group of students interested in attending college. Four of our members are affiliated with the Upward Bound program at VPI and SU, and an undetermined number of our members have applied for the program next year. During the club ' s first year we had planned to visit a number of colleges in order to get a preview of college life and an un- derstanding of the different types of colleges available. The club was able to tour Ferrum College this fall, but, due to the gaso- line shortage, we have bee unable to make any other trips. For the remainder of the year, the Upward Bound Club will invite college representatives to the club meetings. Upward Bound Club members Barbara Moore, Tony Stuart, Charlene Stuart, Harvey Farley, and Leroy Via confer with a college representative. Barbara Moore, president, presides over monthly meeting. Row One: A. Weeks, L. Via, L. Stuart, B. Moore, I. Stuart, T. Stuart, H. Farley. Row Two: D. Stuart, D. Stuart, B. Agee, J. Bransome, S. Turner, J. Walker. Row Three: D. Price, C. Stuart, L. Moore, K. Huff, D. Walker, H. Stuart. Row Four: R. Beaver, E. Ingram, J. Claytor, C. Helms, J. Helms, B. Akers. Row Five: V. Huff, D. Saunders, D. Stuart, Mr. Dillon, Sponsor. 147 Student Row One: T. Boone, J. Bower, P. Tolbert, C. Williams, D. Wunke, A. Browning, N. Hatcher. Row Two: R. Quesenberry, A. Nolen, K. Sowers, K. Quesenberry, S. Page, K. Poff, B. Strickler, A. Grim, W. Conner. Row Three: J. Pratt, D . Quesenberry, S. Linkous, D. Phillips, A. Huff, E. Turman, S. Eanes, K. Bolt, S. Hale, V. Bolt, L. Stuart, J. Agee, H. Smith, Mr. Mannon, Sponsor. Not Pictured: Mrs. Radford, Sponsor. SCA chooses good bands for sock hops. Whenever FCHS has problems, be they social or administra- tional, the SCA steps in. They meet whenever it is necessary to discuss problems concerning activities at FCHS. This year the SCA carried on its necessary work — the conven- tion, choosing bands for the sock hops, planning and directing the homecoming court activities and dance following, election for Snow Queen, Madonna and Angel, Homecoming Queen and her court, and sponsoring a spring May Day. They also decorated for the Magazine Assembly, and were responsible for keeping the sock hops in order. Once again they proved that working together means a better school and this year ' s SCA will leave their mark on " Our Place. " 148 rative Association President Woody Conner turns on intercom and announces speeches given before election to acquaint students with the candidates. SCA representatives record results of Physical Inspection. During their study hall, students go through physical inspection and SCA repre- sentatives distribute and take up records. Homecoming decoration. Spirit of Homecoming. Beta Club Taps 42 New Members In Fall (Second Year Members) Row One: C. Tolbert, J. Worrell, R. Gallimore, D. Phillips, L. Epperly, A. Wimmer. Row Two: D. Higgs, R. Yearout, V. Poff, C. Marshall, T. Bell, C. Harris, W. Goff, C. Wimmer. Row Three: D. Higgs, D. Bain, D. Quesen- berry, H. Harman, S. Huff, D. Wirjimer, C. Hale, C. Sowers, P. Cockram. Row Four: I. Stuart, V. Manning, D. Jones, D. Turman, D. Quesenberry, P. Harmon, K. Cox, P. Brammer, Y. Thompson, B. Thompson. Row Five: P. Vest, D. Sewell, D. Hylton, M. Peters, J. Pratt, J. Nolen, J. Pratt, E. Chesson, R. Slusher, M. Starkey. (First Year Members) Row One: J. Shank, A. Nolen, H. Smith, R. Hollandsworth, B. Munzing. Row Two: J. Roberson, J. Agee, L. Poff, A. Grim, N. Hatcher, V. Thompson, D. Martin, E. Britt. Row Three: P. Hollandsworth, B. Moran, J. Claytor, C. McGrady, V. Bolt, R. Turpin, A. Tolbert, J. Perdue. Row Four: P. Austin, C. Browning, S. Nester, R. Hill. Row Five: L. Nolen, J. Reed, R. Hill, A. Bond, J. Weddle, D. Reed, C. Bain, W. Roop, R. Smith, D. Sutphin. Officers: Irma Stuart, Reporter, Jewel Pratt, Sec., Edwin Chesson, Pres., Joel Pratt, Treas., and Curtis Sowers, Vice- Pres. Under the sponsorship of H.E. Keith, III, the Beta Club, an honor society, worked to aid members and school. In the fall, forty-two new members were tapped into the club in an impressive assembly. Projects for the year included building the Snow Queen float, raising and lowering the flags each day, honor tassels for members to wear at graduation, securing guest speakers from nearby colleges and dining at the Barn Dinner Theatre. 150 Quill And Scroll Sponsors Writing Contests President Trenia Bell presenting checks to contest winners. Winners of the Creative Writing Contest: Cathy Tolbert, Carolyn McGrady, Lynn Hylton, Irma Stewart, Tom Stafford. R. Weeks, B. Thompson, Mrs. Martin (sponsor), P. Vest, Pat Austin, Trenia Bell, Annette Vest (not pictured). Quill and Scroll is an international honor society that encourages inter- est in journalism and creative writing. It is open to juniors and seniors who are in the upper third of their class and who have worked on one of the school publications. Because of its high standards, the club is a small one. This year only two new members were inducted. Despite its small size, the Floyd Chapter had an active year. An early football conces- sion provided the funds to sponsor two creative writing contests. Both contests were very successful; more entries were received than in any previous year. Other activities in 1973-74 included guest speakers, joint meetings with other clubs, and a tour of a nearby TV studio. Quill and Scroll members discussing creative writing contest with judges — Keith, Murrie, Hodge. Students examining products of recycled paper brought by guest speaker John Phillips of the Mead Corporation. 151 Mr. John Phillips speaks at a joint meeting of FTA and Quill and Scroll. The future Teachers of America, under the leader- ship of its officers and sponsor, had a very successful year. Students in grades 10-12 who are interested in teaching as a career learned about the educational field through such programs as discussion groups and guest speakers. Besides the regular club meetings, FTA members participated in serving at the refreshment stand during the football season. Members traveled to the Special Education Center in Dublin. The FTA club gave two fifty dollar scholarships. The scholarships were given to two members of the graduating Senior class who plan to continue their education in a teaching field. Members of FTA admire Club Scrapbook. Preparing interesting meetings, the Program Committee meet with Mrs. Turman. Row 1 : J. Agnew; President, I. Stuart; Vice-president, D. Phillips; Secretary, D. Higgs; Treasurer, J. Claytor; Reporter, Mrs. Turman; Sponsor. Row 2: E. Britt, D. Martin, C. Browing, D. Bain, D. Higgs, M. Weeks, C. Turpin. Row 3: S. Sweeney, C. Austin, S. Nester, B. Harris. Row 4: C. Wood, T. Spangler, R. Slusher, V. Poff, A. Slusher, L. Goad, J. Dickerson, S. Reed. (Not pictured, Delilah DeHart) 152 Varsity A Club For Those Who Excel In Sports Coach Shull presents the most valuable back trophy to C.M. Wimmer. C.M. was named to the first team all-district football team this year. New members of the Varsity Club being prepared for their initiation. Mr. Bill Maxon, Football coach at Lees-McRay, and former football coach at Floyd was the guest speak- er at the Athletic banquet last year. First Row: Coach Bishop, Bruce Mannon, Treasurer, Elmer Turman, Vice-President, Robert Weeks, Secretary, Alex Bond, Wayne Goff, Sargeant at Arms. Second Row: C.M. Wimmer, Allen Nolen, Jim Casteel, Bill Munzing, Nathan Phillips, Woody Conner, Phil Reed, Mark Starkey. Third Row: C.W. Turner, Peter Via, Roger Hollandsworth, Homer Smith, Randy Quesenberry, Dwight Spence, Harvey Farley, Ricky Reed. Fourth Row: Ricky Vest, Kenneth Tolbert, John Vest, Larry Sowers, Cary Spence, Dennis Criner, Larry Phillips. (Not pictured Wayne Harris, President). 153 Agricultural Clubs — FFA and KVG The FFA is a national organization with 8,000 clubs representing students enrolled in agriculture classes. The FFA at Floyd County High is the largest club in the school. Our primary aim is the development of leadership, citizen- ship and cooperation. We strive to live up to our motto : ( Learning to do Doing to learn. Earning to live. Living to Serve.) KVG, Keep Virginia Green, is organized to help in keeping fire to a minimum. Our purpose is a team ready to aid our county in case of forest fires. I MONWEAL I H •» . - INU FUtt HOCint, TOOLS Above: FFA Officers: James L. Conner, Reporter; Carson Scaggs, Sec.; Roger Slusher, Pres.; Dillard Reynolds, Vice-Pres.; Charles Davis, Treas. Row Two: L.J. Keith, Advisor; Phillips Hylton, Second Vice-Pres.; Doug Sewell, Sentinel, Glen Tolbert, Chaplain; K.W. Phillips, Advisor. Left: KVG Crew Leaders: Carson Scaggs, Jerry Hall, Philip Hylton, Randall Keith, Carl Conner, Justin Quesenberry, Roger Slusher. KVG: Row One: J. Sowers, J. Ballinger, B. Eanes, T. King, G. Smith, D. Reed, W. Goff, C. Conner, T. Janney, G. Cole, R. Sloan, C. Conner. Row Two: R. Compton, R. Mitchell, G. Overby, R. Marshall, P. Hylton, J. Quesenberry, L. Taylor, R. Nolen, D. Moran, J. Dickerson, J. Conner. Row Three: Mr. Phillips, R. Keith, M. Osborne, J. Guilliams, C. Scaggs, E. Vest, B. Goad, D. McAlexander, R. Cruise, J. Hall, E. Hylton, R. Wingate, R. Sowers, T. Radford, Mr. L. Keith. Row Four: D. Hollandsworth, G. Osborne, R. Akers, M. Vest, N. Webb, C. Tankersley, D. Reynolds, H. Blankenship, J. Conner, Row Five: D. Sowers, M. VanDyke, D. Sewell, R. Marshall, J. Morris, D. Beckner, D. Marshall. 154 Third and Fourth Year Students: Row 1: L. Tankersley, R. Marshall, J. Conner, J. Dickerson, R. Cruise, R. Pratt, C. Scaggs. Row 2: R. Sowers, D. Quesenberry, D. McAlexander, R. Bolt, B. Eanes, j. Pugh, W. Goff, C. Sowers. Row 3: R. Stuart, J. Weddle, G. Cole, P. Hylton, K. Allen, D. Reynolds, D. Sewell, A. Huff, C. Conner. Row 4: G. Smith, J. Gulliams, R. Turman, D. Higgs, J. Hall, R. Epperly, C. Davis. Row 5: R. Whitlock, D. Cannaday, D. Bolt, R. Slusher, J. Hatcher, T. Phillips. First Year Students: Row 1: E. Vest, L. Weddle, D. Sowers, D. Marshall, S. Farmer, R. Allen, J. Andrews, N. Branscome, L. Manis, S. Walters, L. Goad. Row 2: W. Conner, S. Roberson, F. Martin, B. Goad, K. Ring, G. Phillips, W. Vest, K. Vest, K. Young, L. Taylor, N. Akers. Row 3: G. King, B. Jewell, E. Nichols, T. Radford, R. Nolen, A. Cox, M. Phillips, M. Van Dyke, J. Weddle, F. Murrie, G. Tolbert. Row 4: R. Jones, A. Alderman, D. Wade, O. Harris, W. Thompson, J. Dalton, M. Shortt, G. Quesenberry, R. Radford, M. Mitchell, L. Manning, D. Eanes. Row 5: W. Perdue, D. Hatcher, M. Brammer, S. Hatcher, D. Radford, M. Snead, D. Vest, N. Webb, R. Phillips, M. Vest. Second Year Students: Row 1 : L. Cox, A. Branscome, R. Cox, M. Osborne, M. Argabright, M. Duncan, D. Whitlock, P. Cox, T. Miller. Row 2: S. Janney, J. Bower, B. McAlexander, G. Keith, D. Thomas, A. Cox, D. Sutphin, D. Eller, L. Sutphin. Row 3: R. Boyd, D. Baker, R. Sloane, T. Bell, B. Moran, A. Shelor, R. Compton, J. Conner. Row 4: J. Argabright, R. Akers, G. Moles, M. Gardner, J. Quesenberry, R. Collins, D. Marshall, R. Wingate, B. Weddle. Row 5: M. Maxey, G. Hale, S. Harris, R. Mitchell, R. Marshall, D. Hollandsworth, R. Midkiff, D. Sowers, C. Tankersley. Row 6: H. Marshall, F. Claytor, L. Thomas, R. Shelor, G. Stanley, J. Sowers, J. Morris, J. Carr, G. Conner. 155 Library After initiation into the club, members work during their study hall as one of the club requirements. They also work in the concession stand earning money for book s or A-V equipment for the school. Old Members: Row One: Sharon Linkous; Pres., Karen Repass; Vice Pres., Annette Wimmer; Sec., Kay Sowers; Treas., Homer Smith; Reporter., Anita Grim; Historian. Second Row: Delilah DeHart, Carla Newman, Debbie Martin, Brenda Boothe, Carolyn Shortt, Lynette Poff, Cindy Poff, Pam Strickland. Row Three: Janet Agee, Cathy Carr, Deborah Wilson, Carol Hale, Janet Sutphin, Cathy Moran. Row Four: Denton Reed, Philip Cockram, Randy Gallimore, Leland Cockram. New Members: Officers Sitting, Sharon Linkous, Karen Repass, Annette Wimmer, Kay Sowers, Homer Smith and Anita Grim. Second Row: Mary Pratt, Sandy Harmon, Paula Thompson, Clenna Turpin, Cathy Vest, Jackie Weddle, Barbara Harris, Marilyn Weeks. Row Three: Cappy Harmon, Charlotte Sowers, Rosemary Spangler, Brenda Cromer, Julie Boyd, Rosemarie Radford. Neighborhood Youth Corps Group Row One: F. Cox, J. Claytor, L. Moore, D. Stuart, C. Huff, R. Keith. Row Two: A. Huff, J. Pugh, D. Hatcher, T. Stuart, W. Stuart, B. Moore, B. Dickerson, B. Shelton. Row Three: E. Turman, G. Akers, J. Walker, C. Bain, B. Duncan, D. Saunders, D. Bain. Row Four: R. Gallimore, A. Dunn, Sponsor, J. Weddle, Y. Thompson, L. Keith, T. Smith. — A Working Judy Claytor presides at monthly meetings. Row One: P. Branscome, S. Hunley, B. Turman, D. Hixon, G. Vass. Row Peggy Harmon assists in the lunchroom. Two: J. Willard, B. Myers, P. Rumburg. Row Three: E. Williams, W. Stuart, G. Maberry, R. Cruise, M. Cox, J. Dickerson. Officers: D. Stuart, Treas; B. Shelton, Vice-Pres.; H. Faye Cox and Brenda Shelton perform in a Harmon, Sec; J. Claytor, Pres.; I. Stuart, Reporter. puppet show at a club meeting. 157 Senior Science Takes Five Tons of Used Textbooks To Be Recycled Row One: Kay Sowers, Treas.; Bonnie Shelor, Reporter; Edwin Chesson, Pres.; Charlotte Harris, Vice Pres.; Norma Hatch- er, Secretary. Row Two: S. Perdue, S. Whitlock, C. Vest, C. Scaggs, C. Dalton, Mrs. McBath, Sponsor; R. Reed. Row Three: S. Palmer, A. Tolbert, M. Poff, S. Lawrence, S. Tatum, R. Sewell, M. Hodges. Row Four: C. Tolbert, C. Marshall, R. Hollands- worth, D. Vaughan, L. Nolen, J. Hall, P. Cockram. Row Five: T. Bell, D. Sewell, L. McAlexander, P. Via, J. Weddle, J. Shank, W. Quesenberry. Row Six: C. Hale, R. Hill, W. Wimmer. Members Kay Sowers and Doug Sewell listen attentively to speaker at meeting. The Senior Science Club began the year in the summer with a recycling project. Five tons of used textbooks were collected and hauled to Roanoke Scrap Iron and Metal for reprocessing. In September, the club members helped set the stage for Bob Brown ' s Science Circus. Some of them even managed to get into the act. To conserve fuel, the science club voted to cancel its field trip to Moorehead Plantetarium and as a substitute for it to have a hike and picnic in the spring. The most exciting event of the year was an observation of the new comet, Kohoutek. In January, club members armed with telescope and binoculars charted the path of the comet through the sky. Club members participated in the annual Science Fair and also attended the Virginia Academy of Science Meeting in Norfolk at Old Dominion University. One of the highlights of the trip was an outing to Virginia Beach. Trying his hand at glass blowing, Edwin Chesson amuses Gale Hylton. 158 Jr. Science A Club That Starts A Student In Scientific Thinking Mrs. Rorrer and Jr. Science Club officers prepare for meeting. Working in the concession stand brings money to the club treasury. Dr. Frans Van Dame, Director of Glass Blowing Lab — VPI SU, presents a program on " Sci- entific Glass Blowing. " fc ' %7 ' v: Vi Howard Conduff, Pres., Kendall Bolt, V. Pres., Lewis Stuart, Sec., Lisa Kitts, Social Sec., Andy Guilliams, Treas., Randy Mitchell, Rep., L.C. Jones, Social Rep. Row Two: Mrs. Rorrer, Sponsor, Karen Lawrence, Jeanette Nester, Beverly Wimmer, Connie Wimmer, Ann Hylton, Drema McNeil, Alisia Belcher, Jan Reece, Regina Bolt, Rhonda Reed. Row Three: Wesley Perdue, Mark Via, Mark Lewis, John Dehart, David Sutphin, Mickey Bain, Allen Shelor, Wayne Hall. Row Four: Ervin Martin, Jimmy Conner, David Weeks, Stewart Shank, William Thompson, Jeff Dalton, Gino Williams, Mike Mitchell, Danny Vest. 159 Future Business Leaders of America Row One: C. Vest, Historian; V. Manning, Vice-pres.; E. Boyd, Sec.; C. Hale, Pari.; K. Agee, Reporter; J. Thompson, Treas.; B. Harris, Pres., C. Vest. Row Two: R. Muncy, R. Hollandsworth, B. Moran, V. McAlexander, P. Austin, S. Lovitt, B. Smith, P. Harris, Chaplain; D. Thompson, S. Thompson; D. Turman, D. Quesenberry. Row Three: K. Quesenberry, T. Callimore, L. Boyd, J. Nester, D. Sutphin, L. DeHart, J. Roberson, D. Phillips, V. Conner, R. Lawson, P. Harmon, C. Thomas, F. Cox. Row Four: R. Wurzburger, J. Sutphin, W. Goff, L. Spangler, D. Thompson, D. Quesenberry, P. Janney, C. Phillips. Row Five: J. Reed, S. Huff, C. Hollandsworth, C. Vest, N. Jones, D. Hall, P. Thompson, M. Harris, S. Duncan, K. Cox, G. Smith, P. Higgs, B. Duncan, D. Wimmer, K. Sutphin, D. Quesenberry, L. Turpin, J. Cox, R. Spence. Presenting the March of Dimes program, Mr. Wilett shows film to FBLA members. The FBLA chapter is composed of 70 students who are presently enrolled in two business classes or a block pro- gram. This organization tries to give its members an insight into the business world. It encourages business students to become interested and aware of the many opportunities in the field of business. Members of the FBLA may participate in many of the chapter ' s activities to gain experience and leadership. Several highlights of this year were the March of Dimes, spelling and arithmetic tests, regional and state con- ferences, county teacher ' s tea, skits, and guest speakers. 160 Members depict the correct procedure for a business meeting in skit. Industrial Arts Club Develops Good Attitudes Toward Work, Tools, Materials, Experimentation, And Processes of Industry A ' Court Basson entertains at close of club meeting. Officers: Bobby Huff, Reporter; Ricky Reed, Pres.; John Vest, Sec.; Mark Harris, Treas.; David Cannaday, Vice-Pres.; Not Pictured: Sam Townley, Sargent at Arms. Row One: C. Dulaney, M. Lewis, L.C. Jones, D. Weeks, S. Nichols, M. Shortt. Row Two: B. Wade, T. Dalton, J. Dalton, R. Midkiff, L. Gillespie, D. Quesenberry, C. Link. Row Three: A. Smith, J. Boothe, J. Vest, B. Huff, R. Midkiff, D. Cannaday. Not Pictured: E. Spangler, A. Huff. 161 Hi-Y Gives Christmas Basket to Family Myli iJ Row One: T. Spangler, R. Turman, C. Vest, ). Cearheart. Row Two: C. Simpkins, D. Quesenberry, W. Goff, G. Maberry. Row Three: S. Thomas, C. Sowers, J. Castell, C.M. Wimmer. Row Four: J. Worrell, G. Smith, D. Cannaday, G. Wood. Row Five: D.J. Keith, Advisor. The Hi-Y club, sponsored by D.J. Keith, is a boy ' s club mainly involved in building Christian leadership in its members. Advisor D.J. Keith takes time to talk to members outside locker room between classes. Chester Simpkins gives invocation at basket- ball game. One of the many activities of the club is giving invocation at football and basketball games. During the Christmas season the club filled a Christmas basket and gave it to a needy family. They also provided a monetary gift for the United Fund. Affliated with the Young Men ' s Christian Association, the Hi-Y strives to promote Christian spirit in the home and com- munity as well as in school. Hi-Y officers: Jerry Gearheart, Pres.; Wayne Goff, Vice- Pres.; Clay Vest, Sec.; Rudy Turman, Treas.; Chester Simpkins, Reporter; Tommy Spangler, Chaplain; D.J. Keith, Advisor. Officers — Carolyn McCrady — Treasurer; Joan Agnew — — Reporter; Liz Epperly — Vice-President; Jewel Pratt — Pres- ident; Sue Harman — Secretary; Pat Austin — Chaplain; Annette Vest — Historian. Second Row: Avis Shockley, Karen Al- derman, Donna Vest, Jackie Weddle, Debbie Quesenberry, Robin Conner, Sandra Hollandsworth, Sharon Alderman, Sharon Reed. Third Row: Sponsor — Miss Dobyns, Becky Yearout, Carol Thomas, Karen Wimmer, Sharon Hylton, Dianne Hylton, Barbara Duncan, Barbara Duncan, Barbara Dickerson, Judy Dickerson. Miss Dobyns and Tri-Hi-Y members load up refreshments for the veterans in the hospital. Tri Hi Y Judy Dickerson and fellow members are anxious to board the bus headed for the Veterans Hospital. The senior Tri-Hi-Y is a religious organization composed of girl s from grades ten to twelve. In October, the girls visited the Veteran ' s Hospital in Roanoke. They entertained the veterans with a program consisting of various songs, dance numbers and piano solos. The trip was a very rewarding expe- rience. The club is presently providing tuition for Mau Ching Jong, and orphan from Taiwan. Patsy Austin and Becky Yearout practice a song to present at the Veterans Hospital. 163 •■ ' V The Junior Tri-Hi-Y is composed of eighth and ninth grade girls. The purpose of the club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, community and school high standards of Christian living. Row One: Paulette Phillips, Patricia Hollandsworth, Linda Hollandsworth, Nancy Phillips, Nancy Rutrough, Martha Hale, Leesa Peters. Row Two: Mary Jane Thompson, Rebecca Lane, Debra Higgs, Geraldine Vest, Karen Belcher, Patsy Quesen- berry, Arlene Hill, Jan Reece, Rhonda Reed. Row Three: Winona Angle, Melanie Helms, Judy Radford, Karen Sowers, Janean Williams, Susan Page, Jackie Phillips, Peggy Shelton. Row Four: Rhonda Duncan, Beverly Harris, Janet Cannaday, Debbie Hubbard, Annette Balckwell, Aileen Huff, Karen Phillips, Donna Light, Martha Huff. Row Five: Charlotte Via, Kim- berly Lemons, Rhonda Alderman, Ann Maberry, Karen Richards, Brenda Dalton, Becky Duncan, Becky Phillips: Row Six: Mrs. Howell, Carol Williams, Janice McGrady, Terry Webb, Myra Thompson, Mary Sewell, Anita Conner, Bonnie Munzing, Donna Vest. Club members leave for Joy Ranch to host a Hal- loween Party. Jr. Tri Hi Y Annual projects included a Halloween party at Joy Ranch, taking Christmas presents to the boys and girls at Joy Ranch and a community service project in the spring. 164 Row One: H. Harmon, Pres.; D. Weeks, First Vice-Pres.; V. Manning, Second Vice-Pres.; M. Peters, Sec.; S. Harman, Treas.; C. Vest, Histori- an; M. Hale, Recreation Leader. Row Two: T. Wray, C. Hairston, M. Turpin, V. McAlexander, Reporter; J. Davis, E. Boyd, P. Austin, Pat Higgs, S. Holt, N. Jones. Row Three: C. Shortt, C. Beckner, R. Smith, C. Janney, B. Thompson, D. Altizer, D. Thompson. Row Four: L. Heath, M. Lewis, S. McClure, R. Roberson, D. Moran, A. Hylton, B. Moran, D. Wimmer, P. Manning, P. Poff, S. Proffitt, D. Hylton. Row Five: L. Price, R. Wade, C. Cox, S. Hunley, B. Myers, D. Griffith, A. Radford, C. Bishop. Row Six: C. Via, S. Pratt, T. Via, S. Akers, D. Saunders, D. Price, I. Martin, B. Huff, G. Agee, Advisor; J. Dickerson, A. Dickerson, D. Cruise, D. Hylton, D. Weeks, S. Hylton, D. Cox, L. Smith, S. Duncan. Not Pictured: D. Ballinger, J. Radford. .A. ' 73- ' 74 Future Homemakers were concerned with involvement. Chapter programs have related to this concern through emphasis on the individual, the family, the com- munity, and jobs and careers. 165 had as its basic purpose a desire to offer interested art students an opportunity to develop an understanding of the social and cultural aspects of the fine arts and gave them a chance to experience the arts in ac- tion both in their school and community. The Art Club The quilt room at the Blacksburg Art Festival holds the attention of club members. Dona Higgs questions guest Charles Grooms about his beginning and dev- elopment as a wood sculptor. Members discuss various printing techniques with David Phillips, a graduate art student. Officers: Peggy Harmon, Treas.; Donna Quesenberry, Pres.; Denise Wimmer, Chaplin, Wilfred Stuart, Sec.; Liz Epperly, Reporter, Wayne Harris, Sergeant of Arms, Elmer Turman, Vice-Pres. Bottom Row: D. Quesenberry, L. Epperly, D. Higgs, J. Higgs, P. Harmon, D. Quesenberry, D. Phillips, Mrs. Catherine Pauley, Sponsor. Top Row: J. Davis, G. McAlexander, D. Turman, D. Moles, D. Wimmer, E. Turman, W. Harris, M. Hodges, W. Stuart. 166 j 1 j 9 r ' On u ' ' safe A )LSMm Kffi-k y " Sponsor, Mr. Berry: Sitting: Trenia Bell, Julie Perdue, Vicky Poff, Debbie Bain, Patsy Austin (honorary member) Leesa Peters, Alice Slusher, Carolyn McCrady. Standing: Liz Epperly, Carol Marshall, Roger Sewell, Ray Wurzburger, Chris Caveness. Fun comes first with initiation of Chris Caveness, Roger Sewell, Vicky Poff, Trenia Bell and Carol Marshall. Then in a candlelighting service, a serious installation marks the begin- ning of our French Club. A chapter of the FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY (Societe honor-aire de francois) was established here this fall. The purpose of SHF is to promote and encourage the study of French culture, language, and literature, striving always for the betterment of Franco-American relations. A high standard of scholastic achievement is required of initiates. The SFF sang Christmas carols at intermission during the Christmas Choral concert. The energy crisis affected this club as it did others in cancellation of field trips and activities. Since this was the first year of the club, our main objectives were to get organized and raise money for our budget. Additional members were i nstalled into the club at the beginning of 1974. 167 Girl ' s Athletic Association The CAA (Girls Athletic Associa- tion) in its first year as an organized club had an enrollment of 110 members. The purpose of the GAA was to promote athletic activities and to create better standards of sports- manship and athletic skills in each girl. In accordance with this the GAA held two Play Days, fall and spring, in which all the members were en- couraged to participate in such sports as track, volleyball, basketball, or softball. The GAA promotes school spirit, sportsmanship and in- dividual improvement for all Athletic minded girls. Officers: First row (left to right) — Anita Grim — Chaplain, Pam Strickland — Secretary, Judy Smith — eighth grade point recorder, Kathy Quesenberry — tenth grade point recorder, Diane Maberry — Senior point recorder. Row 2 — Annette Wimmer — Vice President, Susan Huff — Treasurer, Sharon Linkous — President, Lynette Poff — Junior Point recorder, Kathy Janney — ninth grade point recorder, Ms. Mills — sponsor. Volleyball is popular activity at GAA playday and intramurals. First row. Ms. Mills, C. Moran, T. Gallimore, C. Sowers, J. Smith, K. Quesenberry, L. Poff, A. Wimmer, D. Maberry, S. Linkous, S. Huff, P. Strickland, A. Grim. Row 2 — S. Thompson, J. Perdue, B. Yearout, C. Dalton, M. Weeks, G. Turpin, N. Phillips, D. Quesenberry, K. Sutphin, J. Branscome, A. Hill, C. Ayers, K. Bishop, R. Huff, N. Hatcher. Row 3 — B. Smith, R. Spangler, B. Cromer, M. Pratt, L. Manning, C. Shortt, B. Boothe, B. Thompson, C. Newman, D. Carroll, B. Munzing, D. Collins, D. Hall, D. Cruise, C. Stuart. Row 4 — J. Agee, S. Stanley, S. Tatum, S. Hollandsworth, S. Perdue, B. Tane, C. Sochor, P. Rumburg, G. Hylton, T. Bell, S. Harmon, K. Wimmer, S. Turner, D. Walker, L. Price. Row 5 — D. Phillips, D. Robbins, V. Thompson, B. Wimmer, A. East, T. Robbins, M. Roberson, P. Lineberry, J. Thompson, B. Harris, P. Yearout, M. Sewell, S. Vice, A. Blackwell, B. Moore. Row 6 — Saundra Lovitt, P. Quesenberry, L. Hollandsworth, N. Rutrough, K. Carr. B. Turman, K. O ' Donnell, D. Whitlock, L. Kitts, B. Strickland, M. Thompson, L. Peters, K. Lawrence, R. Clemons, P. Phillips, C. Hollandsworth. Row 7 — K. Repass, C. Austin, P. Vest, D. Quesenberry, C. Wimmer, K. Janney, K. Simpkins, J. Boyd, R. Radford, D. Weeks, C. Harris, D. Higgs, C. Williams, J. Bond, L. Smith. Vocational Industrial Clubs of America The Vocational Industrial Clubs of America program de- velops top performance and a well-rounded individual. It brings together common interest for an exchange of ideas and discussion of problems relative to the community. The oppor- tunity to work toward common purposes. VICA is an organization of State and territorial organiza- tions, each operating under approval of the Administrative Board. The motto of the new club is preparing for leadership in the world of work. VICA sponsors many competitive contest during the year in which students strive to achieve skill and invaluable experi- ence for all young people. VICA prepares youth for life. Sponsor of VICA Club, Daniel Lucas, and members After a busy day in Industrial Maintenance, students have fun Jerry Gearheart and Terry Moran wait for instruc- at break, tions for group shot. Row 1: President, A. Bond, Vice-President, T. Moran, Secretary, G. Wood, Treasurer, C. Simpkins, Reporter, J. Gearheart, G. Vest, Sponsors, Mr. George Thomson, Mr. Edward Weeks, Mr. Daniel W. Lucas. Row 2: A. Hubbard, C. Holt, M. Carr, T. Bell, E. Rutrough, L. Cockram, D. Weddle, S. Thomas, J. Bell, C. Connor, K. Cox, T. Janney, C. Hale, R. Weeks, C. Connor, D. Lucas, L. Weddle. Row 4: R. Roberson, C. Davis, T. Staples, G. Cox, R. Jones, R. Epperly, D. Hatcher, T. Walters, J. Whitlock, G. Moran, P. Reed. 169 Home Economics And Related Occupations Sharon Hylton and Donna Turman search for jobs related to Home Economics. Engrossed in sewing, Diane Maberry remains oblivious to all around her. The HERO — FHA Chapter, a newly formed club, is oriented to the needs and interests of the Occupational Home Eco- nomics Students. Programs were planned to help prepare members in getting and holding a job; in developing skills and at- titudes desirable for employment; and helping members have more self-con- fidence and leadership ability. Some of the activities for the club included bake sales, concession stand field trips to colleges and business establishments, feeding various groups, and making clo- thing for underpriviledged children. HERO Club serves refreshments properly. ' u 11 A 1 C9m| K »■ f « J - M r -1 if ► • i First row: Left to right — Dianne Maberry, President; Debra Quesenberry, Vice-President; Susan Huff, Secretary; Jill Davis, Treasurer; Janet Higgs, Reporter; Carolyn Quesenberry, Historian; Sharon Proffit, Chaplain; Elizabeth Conner, Recreation Leaders. Second row: Ruth Beaver, Linda Keith, Nellie Argabright, Debra Bolt, Debra Harris, Barbara Sowers, Louise King, Barbara Moore, Mrs. Lillian Cockram, Advisor. Third row: Darnell Weddle, Rita Smith, Donna Moles, Sharon Hylton, Vicky Huff. 170 Students Involve Themselves With Transportation and Safety Well qualified students helped their county as well as earned money. Sixteen students had bus permits; nine were substitutes and seven had regular routes. Through snow, all kinds of road conditions, and unruly passen- gers, the student drivers showed a good driving record. Oftentimes bus drivers must rely upon responsible students to help them maintain safety. This was the duty of the safety patrol. This may seem an insignificant job to many, but it is certainly worthwhile and these students are commended for their work. Student Drivers: Row One: T. Stuart, G. Cox, D. Criner, D. Cannaday. Row Two: W. Goff, W. Stuart, G. Gearheart, J. Perdue, G. Wood: Row Three: W. Conner, H. Farley, S. Thomas, A. Bond. Row Four: R. Weeks, C. Vest. Not Pic- tured: D. Quesenberry. Safety Patrol: Row One: R. Radford, M. Beaver, D. DeWeese, A. Hill, R. Clemons, S. Tatum, S. Holt, R. Bolt, R. West, S. Huff, C. Bain, W. Campbell — Sponsor, D. Pugh. 171 LET Your Fingers Do Your Shopping THUMB Through Our Yellow Pages THANK YOU Advertizers For Supporting The 74 BISON Thomas Auto Parts Quality Auto Parts " Where You Can Buy More For Less " Highway 221 West Floyd, Virginia 24091 Dial 745-4826 Wholesale to all 172 THE BANK OF FLOYD Floyd, Virginia 24091 FDIC A full Service Bank S. 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ROUTE 8 MOTORS SALES Best Buys in Town GREGG ' S SERVICE CENTER On Route 610 Check, Virginia 24072 Phone: 651-6121 177 Harvey ' s Simpson ' s of Check Groceries - gas - feed Ammunition " We ' re Not The Best But We Beat The Rest " Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Cadillac Chevrolet Trucks Sales - Service 10 Acres for Your Automotives Needs " Little Detroit " Rt. 177 South Radford, Virginia 639-3923 Floyd Press Inc. Skyline Ford L.T.D. Published in the Heart of the Most Beautiful Blueridge Mountains Established in 1891 Route 221 Floyd, Virginia 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Sales and Service Floyd, Virginia Phone: 745-4161 178 Floyd Exxon Sterling B. Howery, Jr. James D. Spence Joseph M. Howery Floyd, Va. 745-2727 Quality Florist Main St. Floyd 724-4792 763-3591 179 1 Gene ' s IGA Food Liner 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: Gene C. Thompson Dorsey H. Thompson Floyd, Virginia Turman Yeatts Motor Co., Inc. Floyd, Virginia 24 Hour Wrecker Service Sales Service Dodge Trucks Woodrow W. Turman J. C. Yeatts, Jr. Business Phone 745-4400 Res. Phone 745-2757 First National Ban k Christiansburg, Virginia " The Bank that puts you first " Offices Dowtown Christiansburg, Riner Hill Plaza Member FDIC Floyd Motor Company Sales-Service-Wrecker Service-Parts Accessories Floyd Virginia 180 Sweeney Auto Sales Floyd, Virginia Floyd Jewelry Shop Hgwy. 221 Across From the Courthouse Diamonds and Watches China And Crystal Watch Repair 181 High ' s Inc. Furniture Appliances Furniture For Every Need Hotpoint Appliances 745-2424 Floyd, Va. Pine Lodge Restaurant And Motel Home Cooked Food 182 Live Music Every Saturday Night 8:00 - 12:00 p.m. WILLIS SHELL STATION Buster Hodges, Owner Groceries, Auto Repairs, Welding Dial 789-7416 ROBERSON JEWELRY Watches, Diamond Jewelry, South Locust St. Floyd, Va. 745-4568 Authorized Gibson Dealer THOMPSON-HAGAN DRUG CO. Your Rexall Store in Christiansburg, Virginia Free Parking in Back of Store " Russell Stover Candies " HILL ' S SHOPPING CENTER Tex Drive-In And Service Station Route 8, Floyd, Va. 745-0243 POWELL ' S GROCERY Bent Mountain, Virginia 183 Reed Lumber Company Christiansburg, Virginia 24073 Phone 703 382-4981 “Quality at the Right Price " Building Materials Bank of Christiansburg Compliments of Buddy Moses Herff Jones Company Christiansburg, Virginia Member F.D.I.C. Member F.R.S.A. 184 Floyd Garment Floyd, Virginia LEGGETT DEPARTMENT STORE 20-30 W. Main Street, Christiansburg, Virginia 24073 Telephone (703) 382-2931 HUMBLE OIL REF. CO. Complete Heating Oil Service J. E. Harmon Oil Co. Floyd, Va. 745-2323 FABRIC FASHIONS, INC. " For All Your Sewing Needs " Velma Spangler Rachel Ellwanger 185 WADE ' S SUPERMARKET Homemade Delicatessen Foods C ' Burg Dublin SHERMAN ' S Men ' s Ladies Clothing 15 W. Main St. Christiansburg, Va. 24073 Conner ' s Store Shoes Men ' s Clothing Gorceries At Fair Prices Plus Top Value Stamps Dial 745-4761 Floyd, Virginia Rutrough Sundries Sundries, Toiletries, Cosmetics, Old Dominion Candies, Stationery and Pens Floyd, Virginia 186 SNEAD ' S CABINET BUILDING SUPPLY 745-4641 Cabinet Work — Millwork Paint-Hardware-Building Supplies Crushed Stone-Sand P. O. Box 93 E. Main St. Floyd, VA For Parts Supplies Always Call FLOYD AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY Floyd, Virginia 24091 P. O. Box 384 Phone: 745-2515 Bruce Sweeney’s AUTOVILLE — BOX 95 • FLOYD, VIRGINIA 24091 745-4736 GUYNN FURNITURE WAREHOUSE SHOWROOM Rt. 460 Between Blacksburg Christianburg Radford, Va. R.T. INGRAM Route 4, Floyd, Virginia 24091 Groceries, Feed, Seed, Fertilizer Tires, Farm Supplies And 3290 Liquid Proteins VAUGHN ' S MILL Bulk Feed service Custom Grinding Mixing Chain Saw Law Mower Repair We Service What We Sell Briggs Stratton - Lauson Power Products Lawn -Boy Lawn Mowers Homelite Snapper Chain Saws Comet Riding Sales Service Mower Sales Service Phone 789-7144 Indian Valley, Va. 24105 BLUE RIDGE CAFE Mrs. Eva Black, Owner Dial 745-2147 Country Ham Sandwiches Short Orders Regular Dinners E. Main Floyd, Va. 187 Harris Cleaners And Self Service Laundry Floyd, Va. THE TOWN SQUARE Restaurant — Cafeteria Floyd, Va. 745-4711 Rt. 8 Steaks — Seafood Country Ham FIRST VIRGINIA BANK OF THE SOUTHWEST Christiansburg Blacksburg Dublin Radford, Virginia WESTERN AUTO STORE JACK W. KITTS General Insurance Agency Congratulations Class of 1973 188 Floyd, Virginia 745-4433 FIRST MERCHANTS NATIONAL Village Fashion Shop Latest in Ladies ' Fashions 745-2843 Oxford Street Floyd, Virginia " ®NiWr OF RADFORD, VIRGINIA 241 1 Four Conveient Locations To Serve You Main Office, Kent Street Branch Ingl es Branch And Pulaski County Brand Floyd Pharmacy, Inc. Everything for your need! Floyd, Virginia Jim Brooks Drilling Company " We Specialize in drilling elevator shafts. " Phone 745-4819 189 Sears Girls ' and Infants ' Casual or dress Shoes SEARS ROEBUCK CO. P. O. Box 31 Floyd Va. 24091 Ph. 745-2196 Has Everything For Students PERMA ' PREST ® JEANS SUEDE CLOTH COATS . . pile-trimmed and in 2 lengths Wood ' s Funeral Home 24 Hour Ambulance Service Telephone 745-4100 Day or Night Floyd, Virginia 190 of mz i 9J?S Leaders in the Manufacture of Knitted Fleece Sportswear Plants: Martinsville Stuart, Floyd, Virginia LINKOUS PAINT REPAIR SHOP Ted ' s Garage Official Inspection Station: Only Work Done Pertaining to Inspection Done Here Route 1, Box 56-B Phone 745-2244 Floyd, Virginia 24091 Pool Tables Short Orders And Your Favorite Cold Beverages PINE CREEK SERVICE STATION Ray Hatcher Compliments of Floyd Industries, Inc. 192 Don ' s Floor Covering We install what we sell . . . Nationally advertised Quality Carpet Wall-to-Wall — Room Size — Samples shown in your home Free estimates — Call 745-4632 or 745-4892 George ' s Auto Rama Hill ' s Shopping Plaza — Roanoke Road Christiansburg, Virginia 24073 382-4710 — 382-4712 George Epperly Owner Res. 382-7731 Crazy George is selling them by the pound 193 Huff ' s Texaco Coolidge Huff, Owner Minor Repairs, Greasing — Tires Tubes — Accessories Donors HWY 221 West, Floyd, Virginia Phone: 745-4344 Everette Reed, Commissioner of Revenue Granville McGrady A.M. Collier S.B. Howery, Treasurer of Floyd County Clerk ' s Office Ray Janney Patrons Mrs. Patty B. Weeks Archa Vaughan, Jr. El Tenedor Skating Rink B.P. Simpson Layne Howery Senior Directory ACNEW, THERESA JOAN Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Reporter 5; FTA 3,4,5; Vice-President 4; President 5; Bison Staff 2; Intramurals 1; SCA DEIegate 2,3; Foresi cs 3; VOD contest winner 4. AKERS, GERRY KLEMAN FFA 1,2,3; VICA 4. ALLABRIGHT, NELLIE IRENE HERO 5. AUSTIN, PATRICIA LYNN Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Historian 2; Chaplain 5; Beta 4,5; Quill and Scroll 5; Reporter 5; Magazine Staff 5; Choir 1, 2, 3,4,5; Secretary 3; President 4. BAIN, DEBORAH ANN Library Club 3,4; FTA 3,4,5; Beta 4,5; Glee Club 1; NYC 5; French Honor Society 5; SCA Delegate 3. BELL, TRENIA GALE FHA 1,2,3; Historian 3; Beta 4,5; Quill and Scorll 4,5; Re- porter 4; Presient 5; French Honor Society 5; Historian 5; CAA 5; Cheerleader 3,4,5; Co-captain 4; Graduation Marshall 4; Girls State 4; Bison Staff 4,5; SCA Representative 3. BOLT, RICKY ARNOLD Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts 2; Tennis 2. BRAMMER, PHYLLIS GAIL Tri-Hi-Y 2; Beta 4,5; SCA Delegate 1. CANNADAY, DAVID HOWARD SCA Delegate 2; Industrialarts 3,4,5; Vice-Presient 5; FTA 4,5; Bison Staff 4,5; Weight Lifting 3; Student Bus Driver 4,5; Sergeant of Arms 4; Spelling Contest 3; Prom Committee 4, Football 1. CHESSON, EDWIN EUGENE Science Club 1,2, 3,4, 5; Reporter 3; President 5; Industrial Arts 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Crier Staff 2; Beta 4,5; President 5; Tennis 2, 3, 4, 5; SCA Delegate 1,2,3, 4; One Act Play 3; First Place Local Science Fair 1,2; Third Place Regional Science Fair 2; Hollins College Award for Significant Merit in Chem- istry 2; Third Place VJAS in Chemistry 2; Third Place VJAS in Engineering 3; VJAS Research Grant 3; Homecoming Escort 2,4; Homeroom Representative 5. COCKRAM, PHILIP DOUGLAS Science Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Treasurer 4; Beta 4,5; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 2, 3, 4,5; SCA Repre- sentative 2. CONNER, JESSE WOODROW, JR. Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 2; Tennis 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4,5; Class Reporter 2; SCA President 5; District and Regional AA Doubles Tennis Cham- pions; Third Place in State. CONNER, MARY ELIZABETH CONNER, VICKIE LYNN Science Club 1,2,3; FBLA 3,4,5; SCA Representative 4; Intra- murals 1,2; First Place Science Fair 2. CONNOR, ORAL LEE FFA 1,2,3; VICA 5. COX, ALMA FAYE FHA 1,2; Homemaker Degree 1,2; Try-Hi-Y 2; NYC 3,4,5; FBLA 5. COX, KATHY SUE Tri-Hi-Y 2; FBLA 4,5; Beta 4,5. CRINER, DENNIS EVERTTE FFA 1; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Varsity 4,5; Football 1,2, 3,4, 5; Track 2,3; Basketball 5; Student Bus Driver 3,4,5. DAVIS, REBECCA JILL FHA 5; Art Club 5; HERO 5; Treasurer 5. DEHART, MARY DELILAH Science Club 1,2; FBLA 3; FTA 4,5; Library 4,5; GAA 5; Intra- murals 1,2,3; Bison Staff 5; Crier Staff 5; Magazine Skit 1,3; One Act Play 3; SCA Delegate 4. DICKERSON, BARBARA JEAN Tri-H i-Y 2,5; NYC 3,4,5. DICKERSON, JUDY ANN Tri-Hi-Y 2,4,5; FBLA 3; FTA 5; NYC 4. DUNCAN, BARBARA JUNE Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 4, 5; FBLA 3,5; NYC 4,5. DUNCAN, STEVEN WAYNE FFA 2,3,4; VICA 5; KVG 4; Football 1. EPPERLY, FRANCES ELIZABETH Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Science Club 2; Tri ; Hi- Y 2, 3, 4, 5; Pres- ident 2; FTA 3,4; Beta 4,5; French Honor Society 5; Vice- President 5; Art Club 5; Reporter 5; Intramurals 2,3; Homecoming Court 3; Snow Queen Attendant 4; Girls State 4. FARLEY, HARVEY WINFRED Varsity Club 4,5; NYC 4; Upward Bound 5; Track 4; Student Bus Driver 4,5. GALLIMORE, RANDY DEAN FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; President 3; Library Club 4,5; SCA 2,4; Beta Club 4,5; NYC 5; Green Hand Award 1; State Farmer 4; Homecoming Escort 4; Forensics 4; Glee Club 2,3,4. GEARHEART, JERRY WAYNE Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Treasurer 2,3,4; Hi-y 2, 3, 4, 5; President 5; Science Club 4; VICA 5; Reporter 5; Tennis 3; Science Fair Third Place Winner 2; Science Fair Second Place Winner 3; Forensics Winner 4; Student Bus Driver 4,5. GOFF, MELVIN WAYNE FFA 2, 3, 4, 5; Treasurer 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5; Reporter 5; FBLA 4,5; varsity 4,5; Beta 4,5; Football 1,2,3, 4, 5; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, 5; SCA Delegate 3; Student Bus Driver 4,5. HALE, CAROL JEAN FHA 1,2; FBLA 3,4,5; Parliamentarian 5; Beta 4,5; Library Club 4,5; Bison Staff 2, 3, 4, 5; Editor 5; Intramurals 4; SCA Delegate 1,3; Science Fair 2; Second Place Science Fair 2; Junior Class Officer, Vice-President 4; Graduation Marshall 4. HARMAN, HILDA ANN FHA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Reporter 3; Secretary 4; President 5; Tri-Hi-Y 2; NYC 4,5; Secretary 5; Beta Club 4,5; Federation Treasurer 4; State Home Economics Degree 4; Magazine Skit 2; FHA Junior Degree 2; FHA Chapter Degree 2. HARMAN, PEGGY JEAN Glee Club 1,2; FTA 3; FBLA 4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Art Club 5; Treasurer 5. 195 HARMAN, SUE LEE Glee Club 1,2, 3, 5; FHA 2, 3, 4, 5; Treasurer 5; Tri-HI-Y 2, 3,4,5; Secretary 5; Intramurals 1. HARRIS, CHARLOTTE JOAN FHA 1; Science Club 1,2, 3, 5; Vice-President 3,5; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Beta 5; Intramurals 1; Coif 2,3; Bison Staff 2,3,4; Crier Staff 3; Science Fair 2,3,5; VJAS Honorable Mention 2; First Palce Science Fair 2; Regional Science Fair Honorable Mention2; First Place Local Science Fair 3; President ' s Physical Fitness Award 2,3; FHA lunior Degree 1; Skipped Junior Year. HARRIS, JERRY WAYNE Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; President 5; Hi-Y 3; VICA 5; SCA 3; Art Club 5; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5; manager 1; Class President 3. HARRIS, MARK ALLEN Industrial Arts 2, 3, 4, 5; Treasurer 5; Science Club 3; FBLA 5. HARRIS, REBECCA ELLEN FHA 1; Treasurer 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,4; FBLA 3,4,5; Vice-President 4; President 5; CAA 5; Girl ' s Basketball Manager 5; Intramu- rals 1,4; Science Fair First Place 2. HATCHER, JERRY TILDEN FFA 2,3,4. HIGGS, DANA MARIE Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Library Club 3,4; Reporter 4; FTA 3,4,5; Treasur- er 5; Intramurals 5; Track 5. HIGGS, DONA LOU FTA 3,4,5; Library 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Intramurals 3,5; Basket- ball 5. HIGGS, PATRICIA ANN Tri-Hi-Y 2; FBLA 3,4,5; FHA 3,4,5; Bus Patrol 3,4. HODGES, MARK HENNIS Science Club 4,5; Art Club 5; Varsity Manager, 2; Track Man- ager 4. HUFF, ALFRED JIMMY FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; NYC 5; Science Club 3. HUFF, CATHY NYC 4,5; Upward Bound 5. HUFF, JAMES GLEN HUFF, RACHEL MAE CAA 5, FHA 2,3, HERO 5; Science Club 3. HUFF, SUSAN BOND HERO 5; Secretary 5; CAA 5; Intramurals 2,3,5; Graduation Marshall 4; Homecoming Court 3; Snow Queen Attendant 4. HYLTON, JOYCE DIANNE Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Historian 4; Beta 4,5; FHA 5; Forensics 3,4; SCA Delegate 3; Honorable Mention VOD 3; Second place VOD contest, 4. HYLTON, SHARON LYNN Tri-Hi-Y 1,4,5; FHA 2,3, 4, 5; HERO 5; First Place Junor Divison Creative Writing 2; Third Place Senior Divison Creative Writ- ing 4. INGRAM, ELAINE Tri-Hi-Y 1; NYC 4; Upward Bound 5; Intramurals 1. JANNEY, ANNETTE VEST Tri-Hi-Y 1,3, 4, 5; Historian 5; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Vice- President 4; Reporter 5; All District Chorus, 4; Cheerleader 3,4; SCA Delegate 4. JANNEY, PATRICIA SWEENEY FBLA 5; Intramurals 1,2; VOD 4. JONES, DELANA MAE Tri-Hi-Y 1,3; FHA 2,3; Beta Club 4,5. KING, GLADYS LOUISE Tri-Hi-Y 1; HERO 5. LINKOUS, SHARON JEAN Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; President 2; Library 3,4,5; Secretary 4; President 5; CAA 5; President 5; Intramurals 3,4; Basketball 5; Captain 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Asst. Drum Major 5; Class Vice-President 1; Class Secretary 2,3; Homecoming Court 2,3,5; Homecoming Queen 5; Girl ' s State 4. MABERY, NANCY DIANNE FHA 1,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,4; HERO 5; President 5; CAA 5; CAA Point Keeper 5; Intramurals 1,4; Basketball 5; Cheerleader 2,4; Homecoming Court 3,4,5; Physical Fitness Award 2,3. MANNING, VICTORIA LOU Tri-Hi-Y 1; Glee Club 1,2; FHA 2, 3, 4, 5; Parlimentarian 3; Treasurer 4; Second Vice-President 5; FBLA 3,4,5; Vice- President 5; Beta 4,5; Basketball 2; FHA Junior Degree 2; FHA Chapter Degree 4; SCA Delegate 4. MARSHALL, CAROL ELAINE FHA 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Science Club 2,3, 4, 5; Beta 4,5; French Honor Society 5; Secretary 5; Intramurals 1,2,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Section Leader 2,3; Head Drum Majorette 4,5; SCA Delegate 3; Forensics 4; Prom Planning Committee 4; Maga- zine Skit 4; Senior Class Planning Committee, 5; Science Fair 3,4; Second Place 3; First Place Biochemistry 4; Salem Science Fair 3. MCALEXANDER, GERALDINE FHA 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; FBLA 4,5; Art Club 5. MENCALT, KATHY MOLES FHA 1,2,3, 4; NYC 4; Intramurals 1,3; Science Fair 3. MOORE, BARBARA FTA 4; NYC 1,2, 3, 4,5; FHA 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; CAA 5; Upward Bound 5; Presidnet 5; Track 5; Intramurals 1. MOORE, LINDA MARIE Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Chairman 2; NYC 5; Upward Bound 5; FHA 1; FTA 4; Intramurals 1. MORAN, CATHY RENEE Tri-Hi-Y 1; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Library Club 3,4,5; CAA 5; Glee Club 4,5; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Volleyball Champion 2,3; Tennis 4; First Place; Basketball 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Rifle Squad Captain 5; Class Officer, Reporter 1. MORAN, JAMES TERRY FFA 1,2, 3, 4; VICA 5; Vice-President 5. MORAN, ROBERT WAYNE FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; VICA 5. NICHOLS, SHERRY DEREE Tri-Hi-Y 2; FHA 3,4,5; Library Club 3; FBLA 4. NOLEN, JULIAN BAINE Science Club 1,2,3; Beta 4,5; Science Fair 1,2,3. PETERS, MIRIAM HOPE Tri-Hi-Y 1; FHA 2, 3, 4, 5; Junior Degree 2; Chapter Degree 3; Chaplain 4; Secretary 5; Beta Club 4,5. 196 PHILLIPS, DEBRA KAYE Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Treasurer 1,2; FHA 2,3; FTA 3,4,5; Secretary 5; Art Club 5; Beta 4,5; SCA Delegate 4; Class Officer, Treaseure 4. PHILLIPS, IVAN TIMOTHY FFA 1,2,3 ,4 ,5. POFF, CINDY LOU Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Secretary 3; FBLA 5; Intra- murals 1,2, Band 1,2, 3, 4; Flag Corps 3,4; Co-Editor of Maga- zine 4; Magazine Editor 5. POFF, VICKIE ELAINE Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Science Club 2,3; FTA 4,5; French Honor Soci- ety 5; Treasurer 5; Beta 4,5; Intramurals 1,4; Band 1, 2, 3,4,5; Science Fair 2,3; Glee Club 3; Forensics 3,5; Prom Com- mittee 4; Senior Dance Committee 5. PRATT, JEWEL ELAINE Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Secretary 1,2,4; President 5; Beta 4,5; Sec- retary 5; Intramurals 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Senior Dance Com- mittee 5; Science Fair 2; First Place Science Fair 2. PRATT, JOEL WAYNE Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4; President 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Beta Club 4,5; Treasurer 5; SCA Delegate 3,4; SCA Treasurer 4; Gradu- ation Marshall 4; Boy ' s State 4; Homecoming Escort 1,5; Class Officer, President 4,5. PROFFIT, SHARON FRANCES Tri-Hi-Y 2; FHA 3,4,5; HERO Club 5; Chaplain 5. PUGH, CLARENCE JEFFREY FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Reporter 3; NYC 5; Football 2. QUESENBERRY, CAROLYN LA ' VEREN HERO Club 5; Scrapbook 5. QUESENBERRY, DOLORES THOMPSON FBLA 4,5; Intramurals 2,3; Science Fair 2,3. QUESENBERRY, DONNA GAIL FTA 31 FBLA 4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Art Club 5; President 5; FHA 1; JV Cheerleader 1. REED, PHILLIP ARNOLD KVC 2,3; FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Vice-President 3; Varsity Club 4,5; VI CA 5; Track 2, 3,4,5. REED, RICKY LYNN Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Industrial Arts 2, 3, 4, 5; Science Club 4,5; Tennis 1,3, 4, 5; Manager 1; Football 1. REED, ROBERT ALLEN Science Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Varsity Club 2,3,4; VICA5; Basketball 2; Track Manager 1. REED, SHARON LYNN Glee Club 1,2, 3, 5; FBLA 3; Library Club 3; FTA 5; Tri-Hi-Y 5. REPASS, KAREN LEE Tri-Hi-Y 1; FTA 4; Library Club 2, 3, 4,5; Vice-President 5; Science Club 3; GAA 5; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 5; Band 1,2, 3,4,5; Rifle Corps 3,4,5; Co-Captian 3,4; Captain 5; Trophy 4; Science Fair 2; Honorable Mention 2. RUTROUGH, JULIAN EDWARD VICA 5; Glee Club 1 ; Science Club 1,2,3; Science Fair 3. SARTIN, BETTY GOAD Beta Club 4,5; Art Club 5. SAUNDERS, NORA DANIECE FHA 1,2,4, 5; NYC 4,5; Upward Bound 5; Prom Committee 4; Constitutional Committee 2. SCHMITT, JAMES F. Television Club 2,3; President 3; German Club 3; Pho- tography Club 2,3; President 3; Bison Staff 2,5; Pho- tographers; Beta Club 4,5. SEWELL, ROGER ALAN Science Club 1,2, 3,4, 5; Secretary 3; Beta 4,5; Crier Staff 2; Bison Staff 2; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; First Place Science Fair 2; Received VJAS Research Grant 3; Homecoming Escort 1. SHELTON, BRENDA SUE FBLA 5; NYC 4,5; Vice-President 5. SHORTT, CAROLYN DAWN Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3; Library Club 4,5; GAA 5; Bison Staff 4,5; Var- sity Cheerleader 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4,5; Flag Corp 3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; First Place Volleyball 2; Third Place 4; Basketball Third Place 4; SCA Delegate 3; Science Fair 2; Second Place 2 . SIMPKINS, CHESTER MONROE Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,5; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; VICA 5; Football 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2; Manager 1; Track 2,3,4; SCA Del- egate 1; SCA Treasurer 3; Class Officer, President 1; Vice- President 5. SLUSHER, ROGER OLIVER III FFA 2, 3, 4,5; Vice-President 3; Secretary 4; President 5; KVG 4,5; Beta Club 4,5; FTA 4,5. SNAVELY, DONALD EDWARD FFA 1,2; NYC 2, 3, 4, 5. SOCHOR, DANIEL CALVIN Science Club 2,3; Science Fair 3. SOWERS, CURTIS RAY FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Secretary 3, President 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; KVG 3,4,5; Hi-Y 5; Beta Club 4,5; Vice-President 5; Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5; Manager 1; Basketball 1,2; Manager 2; Who ' s Who in American High School Students 4; Student Bus Driver 4. SOWERS, DEBORAH SUE FHA 2,3; Library Club 3,4; FTA 4; NYC 5. SOWERS, DOROTHY FRANCES Intramurals 1,2; First Place Speedaway 1; Second Place Basketball 2. SOWERS, LARRY EARL Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Secretary 4; Track 1, Manager 1; Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, 5; Tennis 2, 3, 4, 5. SPANGLER, THOMAS LEE FTA 3,4,5; Hi-Y 3,4,5; President 4; Chaplain 5; Basketball 1,2; Track 2,3. SPENCE, DWIGHT DAVID Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Science Fair 2. SPENCE, GARY PAUL FFA II Varsity. Club 3,4,5; Hi-Y 3; Football 1,2,3, 4, 5; Track 2,3,4; Class Vice-President 2,3. STARKEY, MARK COLEMAN Science Club 1,2; Varsity Club 2, 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Foot- ball 1,2,5; Baseball 2,3,4; Manager 1; Science Fair 2. 197 STUART, DESIREE Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; President 5; NYC 4,5; Treasurer 5; Up- ward Bound 5; Intramurals 2; All Regional Chorus 4. STUART, IRMA GERTRUDE Beta 4,5; Reporter 5; FTA 4,5; Vice-President 5; Upward Bound 5; Secretary 5; Band 1,2,4. STUART, THOMAS WILFRED FFA 1,2,3; NYC 2, 3, 4, 5; Art Club 5; Student Bus Driver 3,4,5. STUART, TONY DARRELL Varsity Club 2,5; Upward Bound 5; Reporter 5; Hi-Y 3; Foot- ball 1; Manager 1; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4. SUTPHIN, JANET LEIGH Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Liobrary Club 3,4,5; FTA 4; FBLA 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Riffle Corps 2, 3, 4, 5. SUTPHIN, NORMAN WAYNE FTA 3,4; Science Club 4; VICA 5; Basketball 1; Track 2. THOMAS, STEPHEN RAY Hi-Y 3,4,5; FTA 4; VICA 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Student Bus Driver 3,4,5. THOMPSON, BARBARA JEAN FHA 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; French Club 3; Varsity Club 3,4; Quill and Scroll 5; Treasurer 5; Bison Staff 5; National Honor Society 4; Beta Club 5; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4. THOMPSON, BEVERLY QUESENBERRY Tri-Hi-Y 1; Library Club 3,5; CAA 5; Cheerleader 1,2, 3 ,5; Co- Captain 2,3; SCA Delegate 1,2; Glee Club 1. THOMPSON, YVONNE BOYD FHA 1,2; Chaplain 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,5; District Secretary FHA 1,2; Chaplain 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,5; District Secretary 3; Beta Club 5; Intramurals 1; JV Cheerleader 2,3. THOMPSON, JANICE IRENE FHA 1,2; FBLA 3,4,5; Treasurer 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4; CAA 5; Varsity Cheerleader 5; Captain 5; Senior Class Treasurer THOMPSON, PEGGY HOLLANDSWORTH Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Vice-President 2; FTA 4; NYC 5; Beta 4,5; lntra : murals 3; Science Fair 2,3; Class Officer, Secretary 1; Report- er 3; Homecoming Court 1,2,3. THOMPSON, SHELBY ANN Glee Club 1,2; FBLA 4,5; Vice-President of Block 5; CAA 5; Bison Staff 2, 3, 4, 5; Intramurals 3,4; Third Place Volleyball 4; Basketball 5; Manager 5; Cheerleader 1,2; Presidential Physical Fitness Award 2. TOLBERT, HELEN CATHERINE Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Science Club 1,2,4; Beta Club 4,5; Intramurals 1,2; Creative Writing Contest 5; Science Club 4. TOWNLEY, SAMMY REED Industrial Arts 2, 3, 4, 5; VICA 5; Football 1; Track 2; Science Fair 2,3. TURMAN, DONNA DEE Tri-Hi-Y 1; HERO 5; Art Club 5. TURMAN, DONNA JEAN FBLA 4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Art Club 5. TURMAN, ELMER Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Vice-President 5; NYC 4,5; Art Club 5; Vice-President 5; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1; Manager 1; Baseball 3,4; Class Treasurer 2,3. TURMAN, RUDY LANE Industrial Arts 2, 3, 4, 5; Secretary 4; Hi-Y 4,5; Treasure 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2,3. VEST, CATHY LYNN FBLA 3,4,5; Historian 4,5; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Magazine Staff 3,4; Bison Staff 4,5. VEST, CLIFFORD CLAY Science Club 1,2,3; Hi-Y 3,4,5; Reporter 4; Secretary 5; FBLA 4,5; Glee Club 1,3, 4, 5; SCA Delegate 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Student Bus Driver 4,5. VEST, JOHN DAVID Hi-Y 3,4; Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Science Fair 2,3,4. VEST, PEGGY LYNN Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Science Club 1,2; Quill and Scroll 4,5; FTA 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Section Leader 2, 3, 4, 5; Quill and Scroll Award 2; One Act Play 2; Forensics 3,4,5; Choir 4. VEST, RICKY ALTON Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y 3,4; Football 1; Baseball 1,2; Man- ager 1; Track 1; Manager 1; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4 ,5; Golf 2, 3, 4, 5; Science Fair 2,3. WALTERS, THOMAS KENDELL VICA 5; Science Fair 3. WEDDLE, DAVID EDMUND FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; VICA 5. WEEKS, ALLEN LANE Upward Bound 4,5; Treasurer 5; Second Place Creative Writ- ing 4; One Act Play 4. WEEKS, DEBRA QUESENBERRY FHA 1,2,3‘,4,5; Junior Degree, 1; Chapter Degree 2; Parlimentarian 4; Reporter 2; Vice-President 5; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Beta Club 4,5; Art Club 5; HERO Club 5; Vice-President 5; SCA Delegate 3. WEEKS, RANDY EDWARD FFA 3,4; KVC 3,4; VICA 5. WEEKS, RAYMOND CARL FFA 2; NYC 3,4; VICA 5. WEEKS, RICHARD EMORY FFA 1; Library 2, 3, 4, 5; Historian 4; Quill and Scroll 4,5; Vice- President 5; Bison Staff 3,4,5; Basketball 1; SCA Delegate 2,3. WHITLOCK, JOE DAVID FFA 1,2, 3,4 ,5; VICA 5. WILSON, DEBORAH JEAN FBLA 3,4; Library Club 3,4,5; CAA 5. WIMMER, CARL MCKINLEY JR. Science Club 1,2; Varsity Club 3,4,5; President 4; Beta Club 4,5; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1,3,4; Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Class Officer, President 2; SCA Vice- President 5. WIMMER, DENISE JEAN Beta Club 4,5; FBLA 5; Art Club 5; Chaplain 5. WIMMER, GRACE ANNETTE Science Club 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Library 3,4,5; Secretary 5; FTA 4; CAA 5; Vice-President 5; Beta Club 4,5; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 5; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Section Leader 3,4; SCA Delegate 3; Class Officer, Reporter 4. 198 WOOD, GLENN ARVEL Science Club 1,2,3, 4, 5; FTA 3,4; Hi-Y 3; VICA 4; Football 2; Manager 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5. WORRELL, JAMES LINCOLN Science Club 1,2,3; Beta Club 4,5; Tennis 3,4; Band 1, 2, 3,4,5; Science Fair 2. WUNTKE, PATRICIA ANN Science Club 1,2; FHA 1,2, 3, 4; FBLA 3; SCA Secretary 4; Glee Club 5; Secretary 5; Crier Staff 5; Photography 5; Intramu- rals 4; Homecoming court 5. YATES, JAMES IRVING II Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1,2,3; Football 2; Track 4; Football Manager 5. YEAROUT, REBECCA SU E Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, 4 ,5; FhA 4; GAA 5; Beta Club 4,5; Debate Team 1,2; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5. History of 1974 Senior Class It all started in the fall of 1969. Two-hundred and two of the most excited, mischievous, and ambitious little " crea- tures " one could ever see assembled at the same place. Yes, those were the days when one looked up to the up- perclassmen, and tried, mostly in vain, to make friends with them. Well, time did not stand still, and the years passed. The Class of ' 74 was building a fine reputation for itself in sports, academic achievements clubs and just plain kindness toward fellow classmates. Graduation lingered constantly in the backs of their minds. Finally, the fall of 1973 arrived. One-hundred forty-seven of the most calm, polished, experienced young men and women ever assembled at the same place. This was the beginning of the end of a most fulfilling high school career for each of them. When the year is over, some will be sad, some happy, and some will be unconcerned. But they will all agree on one thing — their memories of FCHS, good or bad, will live . within their hearts forever. Charlotte Harris lands properly in gymnastics stunt. A ADMINISTRATION 106, 107 ADVERTIZERS 172-194 Agee, lanet Virginia 11 27, 33, 34, 35, 65, 156, 150, 149, 168 Agee, Karen Faye 11 65, 160 Agee, Rebecca Rose 10 78, 147 Agnew, Theresa Joan 12 44, 146, 163, 155 Akers, Bryant Ellis 11 65, 24, 147 Akers, George Edward 11 65, 157 Akers, Gerry Klemon 12 44 Akers, Noah Lee 8 97, 154 Akers, Phyllis Jean 8 97 Akers, Ricky Neal 10 78, 153, 154 Akers, Sandra Gwen 8 97 Akers, Shelby Gail 9 89, 165 Alderman, Alvin Dean 8 97, 154 Alderman, Danny Carlin 9 Alderman, Karen Faye 10 78, 134, 163 Alderman, Kelly Nash 12 44 Alderman, Rhonda Jo 8 97, 164, 134 Alderman, Sharon Kaye 10 78, 134, 163 Allen, Debra Dawn 8 97, 139 Allen, Kenneth Lawrence 10 78, 154 Allen, Ricky Wayne 8 97, 154 Altizer, Denise Michelle 10 78, 165 Altizer, Vicky Jean 8 97 Andrews, John Douglas 8 97, 154 Angle, Winona Leigh 8 97, 164, 134 Argabright, Benjamin R. 9 89 Argabright, Joseph Elisha 8 97, 154 Argabright, Michael Ray 8 97, 154 Argabright, Nellie Irene 12 44, 170 ART CLUB 166 Austin, Cheryl Ann 10 78, 139, 86, 77, 155, 168 Austin, Patricia Lynn 12 167, 44, 76, 134, 163, 56, 143, 63, 151 , 140, 141 Austin, Phyllis Jean 11 65, 150, 160, 165 Ayers, Sharlotte Faye 9 89, 134, 144, 168 B Bain, Cathy Gay 11 65, 171, 150, 157 Bain, Deborah Ann 12 167, 44, 150, 155, 157 Bain, Mickey Dean 9 18, 89, 159 Baker, David Edgar 8 19, 97, 25, 154 Ballinger, Donna Darlene 8 97 Ballinger, Jack Allen 9 153 BAND 136-139 BASEBALL 28-29 Bason, Samuel A ' Court Ashe 10 78, 161 Beall, Jeffery Edward 11 14, 66 Beaver, Mary Ruth 11 66, 147, 170 Beaver, Morgan Vanell 9 89, 136, 171 Becker, Charlotte Marie 8 97, 165 Becker, Donald Dwight 9 89, 153 Belcher, Alicia 8 97, 159 Belcher, Karen Mae 9 92, 89, 164 Belcher, Robert Dale 9 89 Belcher, Wanda Dawn 8 97, 136 Bell, Terry Wayne 8 19, 97, 25, 154, 169 Bell, Thomas Clifford 11 14, 66, 169, 158 Bell, Trenia Gale 12 167, 44, 38, 150, 131, 151, 168, 142 Beran, Wayne Cerney 11 66 BETA 150 Bishop, Allen Dale 10 78 Bishop, Kathy Ann 9 89, 165, 168 BISON 144-145 Blackwell, Benita Annetta 8 97, 164, 134, 168 Blankenship, Harry Lee, Jr. 9 89, 153 Bolt, Debra Lynn 10 170 Bolt, Donna Sue 8 97, 134 Bolt, Donnie Ray 10 78, 154 Bolt, Janie Marie 10 78 Bolt, Kendall Keith 9 18, 28, 92, 89, 159, 149, 136 Bolt, Regina Kay 9 89, 159, 134, 171 Bolt, Ricky Arnold 12 44 Bolt, Ronnie Dean 10 78, 154 Bolt, Vicki Lynn 11 66, 139, 146, 150, 149 Bond, Alex Joe 11 14, 31, 65, 171,153, 66, 150, 169 Bond, Joy Lane 8 97, 104, 134, 168 Boone, Timothy Scott 10 28, 78, 149, 136 Boothe, Brenda Lynn 11 156, 66, 38, 134, 135, 146, 121, 168 Boothe, Daniel Ray 11 28, 116 Boothe, David William 8 19, 97, 104, 25 Boothe, Jerry Wayne 9 18, 89, 161 Bower, Ginger Elaine 8 97, 133, 134 Bower, Jeffery Alan 8 19, 97, 149, 136, 154 Boyd, Donna Lea 8 97 Boyd, Elaine Gay 11 65, 66, 76, 134, 135, 160, 165 Boyd, Julie Ann 10 78, 156, 139, 168 Boyd, Linda Gay 11 66, 160 Boyd, Ricky Lane 8 154 Brammer, Marvin Dale 8 97, 154 Brammer, Phyllis Gail 12 44, 150 Branscome, Arlis Dale 8 97, 154 Branscome, Janet Faye 11 66, 146, 147, 168 Branscome, Jerry Edward 8 97 Branscome, Nelson E. 8 97, 154 Branscome, Phyllis Ann 8 89, 98, 157 Britt, Iris Elaine 11 66, 146, 150, 121, 155 Brooks, Gwendolyn Kaye 8 98 Browning, Angela Elaine 8 98, 134, 149, 136 Browning, Carlotta Ann 11 66, 139, 134, 150, 155 Browning, Michael Ray 10 28, 78, 88, 136 C Cannaday, David Howard 12 171, 45, 161, 162, 144 Cannaday, David Ralph 10 78, 154 Cannaday, Janet Lenora 9 89, 164, 134 Carden, Monica Wynn 8 98 Carr, Cathy Lorene 11 156, 167, 139, 134, 168 Carr, Layne C. 8 98 Carr, Jerry Neal 8 98, 134, 154 Carr, Michael Lee 11 67, 169 Carr, Sherry Elaine 8 98 Carroll, Beatrice Diane 8 98 Carroll, Deborah Ranee 11 67, 145, 168 Carroll, Nathan William 9 129, 89, 134 Casteel, Jr. James Warner 11 72, 129, 153, 67, 162, 20 Caveness, Christopher R. 9 89, 167, 136 Caveness, Mark Christian 10 78, 134, 131 Chesson, Edwin Eugene 12 27, 128, 129, 45, 150, 158, 140 CHOIR 134-135 CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY 131 CHRISTMAS PARADE 130 Claytor, Freddie Owen 8 19, 25, 98, 154 Claytor, Judith Eleanor 11 67, 144, 145, 150, 155, 157 Clemons, Robin Kay 9 89, 168, 171 Clower, Melinda Cay 8 98 Clower, Ricky Lane 8 98, 25 Coates, Katherine Ann 9 89 Cockram, Lelan Randolph 11 28, 67, 73, 156, 169 Cockram, Philip Douglas 12 28, 45, 129, 150, 156, 158 Cole, George Kyle 10 78, 153, 154 Collins, Eva Dawn 9 90, 134, 168 Collins, Rodney William 9 90, 154 Compton, Ray Harrison 9 90, 154 Conduff, Joseph Howard 9 24, 28, 136, 159 Conner, Anita Gwen 8 98, 134, 164 Conner, Carl Lee 11 67, 153, 154, 169 Conner, Clinton Lee 10 78, 153, 169 Conner, Elizabeth Marie 11 67, 170 Conner, Ellen Sue 10 78 Conner, Harless Wade 11 76 200 Conner, lames Banks 9 18, 136, 159 Conner, lames Lee 10 78, 153, 154 Conner, James Ray 8 99, 153, 154 Conner, lames Rickie 9 90 Conner, Jesse Woodrow 12 14, 16, 17, 45, 23, 48, 136, 149, 150, 153, 171, 20, 21 Conner, Kathy Darlene 9 90 Conner, Mary Elizabeth 12 45 Conner, Ora Lee 12 45 Conner, Robin Depory 10 78, 134, 163 Conner, Vickie Lynn 12 45, 160 Conner, William Harley 8 99, 154 Conner, William Clenwood 8 99, 154 COOKS AND CUSTODIANS 123 Cope, Linda Kirby 10 78 Cox, Alma Faye 12 45, 157, 160 Cox, Andrew Crisley 8 19, 99, 154 Cox, Arthur Isaac 8 19, 99, 154 Cox, Doris Emily 9 90, 134, 165 Cox, Gerald Steven 11 67,169, 171 Cox, Jackie Randall 10 31, 78 Cox, JoAnn 10 78, 160 Cox, Kathy Dianne 9 90 Cox, Kathy Sue 12 45, 150, 160 Cox, Kenneth Lee 11 67, 169 Cox, Leonard Oakley 11 Cox, Lloyd Eldridge 8 99, 154 Cox, Mavis Christine 8 99, 157 Cox, Mike Willard 9 18, 90, 157 Cox, Phillip Joseph 8 19, 99, 154 Cox, Ricky Lane 10 79, 77, 144 Cox, Ricky Ray 8 99, 1 54 Cox, Susan LaVerne 9 90 Cox, Virginia Geraldine 9 90, 165 Cox, Warren Claytor 9 90 CRIER 146 Criner, Dennis Everette 12 14, 16, 45, 153, 171 Cromer, Brenda Gay 10 79, 144, 145, 156, 168 Cruise, Della Marie 10 79, 165, 168 Cruise, Ronald Wayne 9 90, 153, 154, 157 D Dalton, Brenda Gay 8 99, 136, 139, 164 Dalton, Cora Leigh 79, 134, 158, 168 Dalton, Earl Dale 8 Dalton, Elsie James 8 99, 154, 161 Dalton, Jeffery Edward 8 99, 159 Dalton, Titus Eugene 10 79, 161 Davidson, Spring Wind 9 90, 134 Davis, Charles Edward 11 68, 153, 154, 169 Davis, Orville William 9 90, 134 Davis, Rebecca Jill 12 46, 165, 166, 170 Dehart, John Michael 9 136, 159 Dehart, Mary Delilah 12 46, 144, 156 Dehart, Regina Lynn 10 79, 136, 160 Deweese, Francis Diane 9 90, 171 Dickerson, Anna Kaye 10 79, 165 Dickerson, Barbara Jean 12 46, 157, 163 Dickerson, Bruce Wayne 11 76 Dickerson, Dreama Lee 8 99 Dickerson, Janice Claudine 8 99 Dickerson, Johnnie Clifford 9 90, 154, 154 Dickerson, Judy Ann 12 46, 131, 146, 155, 157, 163, 165 Dickerson, Wayne Edward 10 79 Dove, Roger Dale 8 99 Dulaney, Gary Wayne 10 69, 161 Dulaney, Roy Sammey 9 90 Dulaney, Shirley Ann 10 79 Duncan, Barbara June 12 46, 157, 160, 163 Duncan, Eugene Gragory 8 99, 136 Duncan, Joyce Ann 8 99 Duncan, Michael Avery 8 99, 154 Duncan, Rebecca Lynn 9 90, 164 Duncan, Rhonda Leo 8 99, 164 Duncan, Sandra Lou 12 46, 160, 165 Duncan, Steven Wayne 12 46 Duncan, Tony Evans 8 E Eanes, Bruce O ' Neil 10 79, 153, 154 Eanes, Dale Eugene 8 19, 25, 99, 154 Eanes, Steven Allen 9 90, 149 East, Allison Leigh 9 136, 168 EICHTH GRADE 97-104 EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL 25 EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS 41 EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL 19 Eller, Darryl Lynn 9 90, 154 Epperly, Frances Elizabeth 12 46, 131, 150, 163, 166, 167 Epperly, Hayden Randolph 11 68, 154, 169 F FACULTY 108-122 Farley, Harvey Winfred 12 14, 153, 46, 147, 171 Farmer, Coby Lane 11 68, 20 Farmer, Stephen Alex 8 99, 154 FRENCH CLUB 167 FRESHMEN 89-96 FBLA 160 FFA 154 FHA 165 FTA 152 G Gallimore, Maynard Clarence 10 79 Gallimore, Randy Dean 12 46, 134, 140, 141, 142, 150, 156, 157 Gallimore, Ronnie Scott 8 99, 136 Gallimore, Teresa Gail 10 79, 138, 160, 168 Gardner, Michael Lee 9 91, 154 Gardner, Thomas Lee 8 99, 134 Gearheart, Jerry Wayne 12 14, 48, 60, 134, 162, 169, 171 Gibson, Kerry Ray 10 80 Gillespie, Larry Wayne 9 18 91, 161 GAA 168 GIRL ' S BASKETBALL 32-35 Goad, Barbara Ann 8 99 Goad, Betty Lou 12 54 Goad, Bobby Ray 8 99, 153, 154 Goad, Joseph Edward 9 91, 133, 134 Goad, Larry Nelson 8 19, 25, 99, 154 Goad, Lanor Mae 10 80, 155 Goad, Mary Katherine 8 99 Coff, Melvin Wayne 12 14, 17, 22, 49, 48, 150, 153, 154, 160, 162, 20 GOLF 26 Gordon, James Houston, Jr. 9 91 Gordon, Loretta Lynn 10 77, 80 Gregg, Laurie Anne 11 68 Griffith, Deborah Lynn 9 91, 165 Griffith, Mary Frances 9 91 Grim, Anita Kay 11 35, 68, 129, 149, 150, 156, 168 Guilliams, Anthony Ray 9 19, 31, 91, 134, 143, 159 Guilliams, Jeffrey Cecil 10 18, 31, 24, 80, 153, 154 Guilliams, Norma Carol 11 38, 39, 68, 134 H Hairston, Carolyn Sue 9 165 Hale, Carl Marvin 10 80, 158, 169 Hale, Carol Jean 12 48, 140, 144, 145, 150, 156, 160 Hale, Debra Lynn 11 68 Hale, Gary Scott 9 91, 154 Hale, James Lewis 8 99 Hale, Martha Ann 9 91, 134, 164, 165 Hale, Rebecca Sue 8 99 Hale, Samuel Cody 9 18, 91, 136, 149 Hall, Debra Ann 10 80, 160, 168 201 Hall, Jerry Lee 10 18, 31, 80, 153, 154, 158 Hall, Mary Frances 8 99 Hall, Wayne Allen 9 91, 136, 159 Hancock, Lewis Earl 10 80 Harmon, Hilda Ann 12 48, 140, 143, 150, 165 Harmon, Mary Caprice 10, 80, 139, 156 Harmon, Nancy Cristina 9 91 Harmon, Peggy Jean 12 48, 150, 157, 160, 166 Harmon, Ricky Gene 10 80, 133, 141 Harmon, Rodney Lynn 9 18, 91, 136 Harmon, Sandi Lou 10 80, 139, 165, 168 Harmon, Sue Lee 12 48, 131, 134, 164, 165 Harris, Barbara Ann 10 80, 134, 155, 156 Harris, Benny Ray 11 68 Harris, Beverly Ann 8 99, 134, 164 Harris, Charlotte Joan 12 48, 140, 141, 144, 150, 158, 168, 199 Harris, Debra Ann 10 80, 170 Harris, Jerry Wayne 12 14, 28, 16, 17, 49, 166 Harris, Lowell Steve 10 80, 154 Harris, Mark Allen 12 49, 116, 160, 161 Harris, Oscola Breman 8 99, 154 Harris, Pamela Rosanna 11 69, 134, 160 Harris, Rebecca Ellen 12 48, 160, 168 Hairston, Carolyn 9 Hatcher, David Andrew 11 68, 169, 157 Hatcher, David Wayne 8 154 Hatcher, Jerry Tilden 12 49, 154 Hatcher, Norma Jean 11 38, 39, 68, 143, 149, 158, 150, 168 Hatcher, Sanford Jabe 8 99, 154 Hayden, Natasha Daphne 8 99, 134, 136 Heath, Lois Marie 8 99, 165 Heath, Roxanne Elizabeth 8 99 Helms, John Wayne 11 14, 31, 68, 147 Helms, Melanie Anne 8 99, 147, 139, 164 Higgins, Tony Dean 9 18, 91 Higgs, Dana Marie 12 49, 117, 150, 155, 168 Higgs, Darrell Lanscon 10 18, 80, 154 Higgs, Debora Sue 8 99, 164 Higgs, Dona Lou 12 49, 150, 155, 166 Higgs, Janet Faye 12 49, 166, 170 Higgs, Patricia Ann 12 49, 160, 165 Higgs, Roger Dale 8 99 Higgs, Ronald Steven 11 69 HIGHLAND SCOPS 143 Hill, Arlene Kay 9 91, 139, 164, 168, 171 Hill, Arlie Ray 9 18, 91, 92 Hill, Linda Kaye 10 80, 146 Hill, Ray Edward 11 69, 150, 158 Hixon, Annie Ruth 9 91 Hixon, Debbie Charlene 10 80, 157 Hi-Y 162 Hodges, Clifton Ray 10 80 Hodges, Mark Harris 12 49, 146, 158, 166 Holden, Milton Ray 8 134 Hollandsworth, Benny N. 9 91 Hollandsworth, Bobby Lee 10 80 Hollandsworth, Carol Ann 11 69, 160, 168 Hollandsworth, Danny R. 9 91, 153, 154 Hollandsworth, Linda Sue 9 91, 164, 168 Hollandsworth, Pamela Kay 11 96, 150 Hollandsworth, Patricia Gay 9 91, 164 Hollandsworth, Randall Dale 10 24, 31 , 80, 158 Hollandsworth, Roger Neil 11 26, 28, 69, 76, 133, 150, 153, 160, 136, 20 Hollandsworth, Ronald H. 10 18, 24, 80, 136 Hollandsworth, Sandra Jo 10 81, 144, 163, 168 Holt, Charles Dewey 11 69, 169 Holt, Susan Estelle 10 81, 165, 171 HOMECOMING 128-129 HERO 170 HONORS 140-142 Howard, Brenda Sue 8 99 Howard, Ann 8 99 Howard, Ruth Madeline 10 81 Hubbard, Alan Lee 11 69, 169 Hubbard, Debbie Lynn 9 92, 134, 164 Hubbard, Jackie Wayne 9 92 Hubbard, Lane Barry 9 92 Huff, Aileen Jane 9 92, 164 Huff, Alfred Jimmy 12 50, 154, 158 Huff, Alvin Dale 10 18, 81, 149 Huff, Angela Gaye 8 99 Huff, Cathy Ann 12 147, 157 Huff, Connie Sue 8 99 Huff, James Glen 12 50 Huff, Jerry Lane 8 Huff, Martha Ann 9 92, 164 Huff, Rachel Mae 12 50, 168 Huff, Rebecca Sue 8 99, 165 Huff, Richard Lee 8 99 Huff, Silas Wayne 11 69, 129 Huff, Susan Bond 12 50, 58, 44, 150, 160, 168, 170, 171 Huff, Vicky 69, 147, 170 Hunley, Sherry Lynn 8 99, 157, 165 Hylton, Ann Elaine 9 92 Hylton, Ann Josephine 8 99, 134, 159 Hylton, Bonnie Lou 10 81 Hylton, Carolyn Fae 11 Hylton, Charlene Janet 11 69, 146 Hylton, Daryl Lee 8 99 Hylton, Doretta Lynn 10 81, 165 Hylton, Earnest Dale 9 92, 153 Hylton, Gale Lynette 10 81, 136, 158, 168 Hylton, Janice Marie 8 99 Hylton, Joyce Diane 12 50, 141, 140, 150, 163, 165 Hylton, Laura Cameline 8 99 Hylton, Melinda Ann 9 92 Hylton, Philip Myron 10 81, 153, 154 Hylton, Scott Allen 8 100, 136 Hylton, Scotty Lee 8 100, 134 Hylton, Sharon Kay 8 100 Hylton, Sharon Lynn 12 50, 151, 163, 165, 170 I INDUSTRIAL ARTS 161 Ingram, Elaine 12 50, 147 INTRAMURALS 36, 37 J J.V. BASKETBALL 24 J.V. FOOTBALL 18 Janney, George Stephen 8 19, 25, 100, 134, 154 Janney, Jerry Wayne 9 92, 132 Janney, Kathy Darlene 9 92, 134, 165, 168 Janney, Norma Annette 12 58, 134, 143, 117, 163 Janney, Patricia Sweeney 12 50, 160 Janney, Tony Andrew 11 14, 69, 153, 169 Jewell, Bobby Ray 8 100, 154 Jones, Deborah Wynne 8 100 Jones, Delana Mae 12 50, 150 Jones, Luther Cloud 9 18, 92, 129, 159, 161 Jones, Marty Roger 10 81, 136, 154 Jones, Nancy Jane 10 81, 160, 165 Jones, Ronald Lee 11 69, 169 Jones, Shirley Virginia 11 70 JUNIORS 65-76 JUNIOR SCIENCE 159 JR. TRI-HI-Y 164 K KVG 155 Keith, Betty Louise 8 100 Keith, George Douglas 8 100, 154 Keith, Linda Faye 11 70, 157, 170 Keith, Nelson Reed 8 100 Keith, Patricia Dale 11 70, 75, 134, 144 Keith, Randall Ray 11 70, 153 Keith, Rose Marie 11 70, 157 Keith, Shelby Diane 9 92 Kelly, Michael Goebel 9 24 Kelly, Timothy David 10 20 Ketner, Karen Mariell 11 70 Kidd, Lawrence Lee 8 19, 100, 25, 136 Kincaid, Nellie Ann 10 88, 81, 129, 146 King, Gary Lee 8 100, 153, 154 King, Gladys Louise 12 50, 170 King, Thomas Edward 10 81 , 154 Kitts, Lisa Ann 9 92, 137, 139, 159, 168 L Lane, Rebecca Ada 8 100, 134, 139, 164, 168 Lawrence, Karen Lee 9 92, 136, 133, 159, 168 Lawrence, Steven Raye 10 81, 136, 158 Lawson, Frances Ruth 10 81, 136, 160 Lawson, Lois Rebekah 9 92, 136 Lee, Vicki Ann 8 100, 134, 139 Lemons, Kimberly Lynnette 8 100, 134, 164 Lester, Connie Sue 10 82 Lewis, Jerry Lee 8 100 Lewis, Mary Margaret 8 100, 165 Lewis, Timothy Mark 9 92, 159, 161 LIBRARY 156 Light, Donna Jean 9 92, 164 Light, Ronnie DeWayne 10 82 Lineberry, Pamela Kay 9 92, 136, 168 Link, Charles Crain 10 82, 81, 144 Link, Clay Earl 10 82, 134, 136, 161 Linkous, Sharon Jean 12 33, 34, 51, 57, 128, 129, 138, 149, 156, 168 Lovitt, Saundra Lynn 10 82, 144, 145, 134, 160, 168 Lucas, David Edward 11 70, 169 M Maberry, Ann Renee 9 92, 164, 134, 139 Maberry, Gary Wayne 9 92, 157, 162 202 Mabery, Nancy Dianne 12 51, 129, 168, 170 MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN 132, 133 Manis, Logan B. 8 100, 154 Manning, Cynthia Ann 9 92, 136 Manning, Larry Dean 8 19, 25, 100, 154 Manning, Linda Sue 11 70, 168 Manning, Penny Lee 9 92, 165 Manning, Victoria Lou 12 51, 150, 160, 165 Mannon, Bruce Anthony 11 14, 29, 70, 153, 22, 17, 20 Mannon, Judy Lynn 8 100 Marshall, Carol Elaine 12 167, 51, 138, 150, 158, 140 Marshall, Charles Harvey )r. 8 100, 25, 154 Marshall, Dean Rudolph 10 82, 131 Marshall, Dennis Clinton 8 19, 100, 153, 154 Marshall, Donney Zane 10 82 Marshall, Donnie Gale 9 92 Marshall, Randall Barry 8 100 Marshall, Ricky Lee 10 82, 153, 154 Marshall, Ronnie Neal 9 92, 153, 154 Martin, Deborah Lynn 11 70, 156, 138, 134, 150, 24, 155 Martin, Ervin Wayne 9 18, 31, 92, 159, 24 Martin, Frank Elvin 8 100, 154 Martin, Ina Lena 9 92, 133, 165 Maxey, Mark Anthony 8 100, 154 McAlexander, Archie Lane 11 31, 70, 158 McAlexander, Billy Earl 8 100, 154 McAlexander, Don 10 31, 82, 153, 154 McAlexander, Geraldine 12 51, 166 McAlexander, Vivian Maxine 10 82, 160, 165 McClure, Susan W. 10 82, 165, 144 McDaniel, Samuel Henry 10 82 McGrady, Carolyn Sue 11 70, 145, 167, 163, 150, 151, 144, 141 McGrady, Janice Lee 9 93, 164, 134 McLean, John Lee 8 19, 100, 129, 25 McNeil, Drema Ann 8 100, 159 McNeil, Paul Kevin 8 100 McPeak, Marshall Edmond 8 100 Menglet, Kathy Moles 12 51 Midkiff, James Randall 10 82, 161 Midkiff, Ronnie Lee 9 93, 161, 136, 154 Miller, Glenna Gail 8 101, 136 Miller, Harold Thomas 9 93, 154 Miller, Walter Phillip, Jr. 8 101, 25, 136 Mitchell, Micheal Robert 8 19, 101, 159, 25, 154 Mitchell, Ralph 11 71, 132, 146 Mitchell, Randall William 9 93, 159, 153, 154 Moles, Donna Dee 12 57, 114, 60, 166, 170 Moles, Gerald Wayne 8 101, 154 Moles, Joan Louise 10 Moles, Marlene Janet 8 Moles, Phylis Christine 9 Moles, Sherry Jean 101 Moles, Tommy Dennis 9 93 Montgomery, Archie Dean 9 93 Moore, Barbara Anne 12 51, 157, 147, 168, 170 Moore, Linda Marie 12 51, 114, 157, 147 Moran, Barry Lane 9 93, 154 Moran, Betty Lou 11 71, 76, 150 Moran, Betty Sue 10 82 Moran, Cathy Renee 12 34, 156, 51, 139, 134, 62, 168 Moran, Debra Ann 9 93, 165 Moran, Gerald Edward 11 71, 136, 169 Moran, James Terry 12 52, 169 Moran, Loquita Maxine 11 71, 76 Moran, Robert Wayne 12 51 Moran, Ronald Dale 9 93 Moran, Samuel David 10 82, 83, 115, 153 Moran, Steve Allen 8 101 Morris, Jack Morroe 10 83, 153, 154 Muncy, Rufus Lynn 11 71, 160 Munzing, Bonnie Dorothy 9 93, 164, 134, 168 Munzing, William K. 11 28, 71, 153, 150 Murrie, Frank Ernest III 8 19, 101, 136, 154 Myers, Barbara Ann 9 90, 157, 165 N NYC 157 Nester, Janice Carolyn 10 83, 160 Nester, Jeanette Ethel 9 93, 139, 159 Nester, Sandra Jean 11 71, 138, 134, 150, 155, 142 Newman, Carla Yvonne 11 71, 156, 168 Nichols, Elton Willis 9 93, 154 Nichols, James Elwood 8 101 Nichols, Sherry Deree 12 52 Nichols, Sidney Allen 9 101, 161 Nolen 10 83 Nolen, Julian Bain 12 52 Nolen, Layton Merle 11 71, 150, 158 Nolen, Richard lea 10 83, 153, 154 Nolen, William Allen 11 28, 71, 153, 150, 149, 136 O O ' Conner, Andrew Martin 10 14, 18, 31, 83 O ' Donnell, Kim Brooke 8 101, 134, 168 Osborne, Glen Edward 9 93, 153 O sborne, Michael A. 8 101, 153, 154 Overbay, Grover Lee 8 101, 153 P Page, Susan Lynn 9 93, 164, 149 Palmer, Sandra Jo 11 71, 134, 158 Pauley, Betty Sue 11 71, 75, 146 Perdue, Julie Ann 11 71, 167, 150, 168 Perdue, Julian Wayne 11 71, 171 Perdue, Sandra Lee 10 134, 83, 158, 168 Perdue, Wesley Howard 8 101, 159, 136, 154 Peters, Leesa Yvonne 9 93, 167, 164, 139, 168 Peters, Miriam Hope 12 52, 150, 165, 140 Phillips, Charles Richard 11 71 Phillips, Colette Joan 10 83, 160 Phillips, David Wayne 9 Phillips, Debra Kaye 12 52, 150, 149, 155, 166 Phillips, Debra Louise 10 83, 160 Phillips, Dolly Katherine 10 134, 83, 168 Phillips, George Douglas 8 101, 154 Phillips, Ivan Timothy 12 52, 154 Phillips, Jacquiline Karen 9 93, 164, 134 Phillips, Jacqueline Teresa 8 101, 164, 134 Phillips, Kevin Barry 10 83 Phillips, Larry Dale 11 14, 31, 71, 153, 115 Phillips, Michael Kevin 9 93, 154 Phillips, Nancy Ann 9 93, 129, 164, 168 Phillips, Nathan Ray 11 14, 17, 31, 72, 153 Phillips, Paulette Fay 9 93, 164, 168 Phillips, Randall H. 8 101, 154 Phillips, Rebecca Jo 9 93, 164 Poff, Cathy Lucille 8 101 Poff, Cindy Lou 12 52, 56, 57, 143, 156 Poff, Iris Lynette 11 72, 138, 150, 156, 168 Poff, Kathleen Marie 8 Poff, Kenneth James 8 101, 149 Poff, Linda Marie 8 101 Poff, Martha Ann 11 72, 158 Poff, Noah Michael 9 93 Poff, Patsy Lynn 9 93 Poff, Vickie Elaine 12 52, 134, 135, 140, 150, 155, 167 Pratt, Jewel Elaine 12 44, 52, 150, 140, 141, 143, 163 Pratt, Joel Wayne 12 44, 48, 52, 59, 126, 129, 140, 150 Pratt, Mary Alice 10 83, 134, 156, 168 Pratt, Sheila Ellen 9 93, 165 Pratt, Richard Alan 10 83, 154 Price, Detra Carlene 10 84, 131, 147, 165 Price, Leola Verniss 9 93, 165, 168 Prillaman, James Tylor 10 84 Profitt, Sharon Frances 12 53, 170 PROM 126, 127 Pugh, Clarence Jeffrey 12 53, 154, 157 Q Quesenberry, Bruce M. 8 101 Quesenberry, Carolyn La ' vern 12 53, 170 Quesenberry, Danny Lee 10 85, 88, 129, 161, 162 Quesenberry, Darrell 10 84, 154 Quesenberry, Debora Jean 12 53, 66, 150, 165, 170 Quesenberry, Deborah Lou 10 84, 163, 168 Quesenberry, Delores Thompson 12 53, 160 Quesenberry, Dennis Lee 9 94 Quesenberry, Donna Gail 12 53, 150, 160, 166 Quesenberry, Donna Gail 10 84, 149, 160, 168 Quesenberry, Gerry Eugene 8 101 Quesenberry, Glennis Delwood 8 101, 154 Quesenberry, Justin D. 9 94, 153, 154 Quesenberry, Kathy An n 8 101, 134 Quesenberry, Kathy Dianne 10 34, 35, 84, 149, 160, 168 Quesenberry, Patsy Diane 9 92, 94, 164, 168 Quesenberry, Randall Wayne 9 94 Quesenberry, Randy Faron 10 18, 28, 84, 149, 153 Quesenberry, Ronnie Dean 9 94 Quesenberry, Wendell 10 84, 158 Quesenberry, Winfred Lonnie 9 94 QUILL AND SCROLL 151 R Radford, Alisa Marie 10 84, 165 Radford, Danny Lane 8 101, 154 Radford, Judy Lee 9 94, 129, 164, 139 Radford, Pamela Jean 9 94 Radford, Paul Wayne 11 72 Radford, Ricky Joseph 8 154, 171 Radford, Rose Marie 10 84, 139, 156, 168 Radford, Thomas Bonar 8 154, 154 Ray, Denise Ann 9 94 Reed, Donna 9 94 Reece, |an Ren e 8 134, 159, 164 Reed, Charlie Denton 11 72, 150, 153, 156 Reed, Norma Susan 9 Reed, Janice Lynn 8 134, 136 Reed, ]effery Wayne 11 72, 150, 160 Reed, Phil Arnold 12 31, 53, 153, 169 Reed, Rhonda Sue 8 134, 159, 165 Reed, Ricky Lynn 12 27, 53, 146, 153, 158, 161 Reed, Robert Allen 12 31, 53 Reed, Sharon Lynn 12 54, 134, 155, 163 Repass, Karen Lee 12 33, 53, 139, 156, 168 Reynolds, Dillard Rosser 10 14, 31, 84, 154, 153 Richards, Karen Lee 9 94, 136, 164 Robbins, Deborah D. 10 84, 168 Robbins, Robin Louise 11 72, 134, 135 Robbins, Santina " Tina” Marie 9 94, 168 Roberson, Calen Harry 11 72 Roberson, |anet Sue 11 72, 150, 160 Roberson, Karen Lena 10 84 Roberson, Martha Ann 9 94, 136, 168 Roberson, Randy Hubert 11 72, 136, 169 Roberson, Regina Frances 9 94, 165 Roberson, Stephen Douglas 8 154 Roop, Wanda Diane 11 65, 72, 129, 150 Rumburg, Pamela 10 84, 157, 168 Rutrough, Julian Edward 12 54, 169 Rutrough, Nancy Carlene 9 94, 164, 168 S Saunders, Nora Danice 12 54, 115, 147, 157, 165 Scaggs, Carson Edgar 10 84, 134, 153, 154, 158 Schmitt, James F. 12 146, 54, 144 SENIORS 44-64 SENIOR DIRECTORY 195-198 SENIOR SCIENCE 158 SR. TRI-HI-Y 163 Sewell, Douglas Marden 10 18, 31, 84, 88, 153, 154, 158 Sewell, Mary Dawn 8 136, 143, 164, 168 Sewell, Roger Alan 12 14, 16, 54, 140, 141, 150, 158, 167 Shank, Joel Arthur 11 69, 72, 24, 136, 150, 158 Shank, Starr Lynn 10 85, 136 Shank, Stewart Richard 9 94, 136, 159 Shelor, Allen Henry 9 94, 154, 159 Shelor, Bonnie Darlene 11 69, 70, 73, 131, 136, 158 Shelor, Ronald William 8 154 Shelton, Brenda Sue 12 54, 157 Shelton, Peggy Jean 8 164 Shelton, Ronnie D. 10 85 Shockley, Avis Coleen 10 85, 134, 163 Shortt, Carolyn Dawn 12 38, 54, 115, 136, 144, 156, 168 Shortt, Cathy Denise 8 104, 165 Shortt, Mark Lane 9 94, 136, 161 Shortt, Michael McCrey 10 81, 85, 154 Simpkins, Chester Monroe 12 44, 54, 162, 169 Simpkins, Dwight Lloyd 10 85 Simpkins, Karen Marie 9 94, 139, 168 Slaone, Curtis Wade 8 Sloane, Raymond Lee 10 85, 153, 154 Slusher, Alice Pearl 10 85, 85, 155, 167 Slusher, Luther Dale 11 73, 76 Slusher, Roger Oliver III 12 54, 150, 153, 154, 155 Smith, Anthony Williams 10 85, 161 Smith, Bonnie Jo 10 85, 160, 168 Smith, Cary Lamar 11 72, 73, 153, 154, 160 Smith, Homer Garland 11 27, 73, 132, 153, 150, 146, 149, 136, 156 Smith, Judith Gail 8 139, 168 Smith, Leann Gayle 9 94, 165, 168 Smith, Margaret Gail 9 94, 134 Smith, Rhonda Hasen 11 73, 150, 165 Smith, Rita Faye 11 73, 170 Smith, Thelma Jean 11 73, 157 Snavely, Donald Edward 12 55 Snead, Michael Glen 8 154 Sockor, Cynthia Ruth 10 168 Sochor, Danny Calvin 12 55 Socher, Nathan John 9 94 Sonner, Marvin Luther 9 94 SOPHOMORES 77-88 Sowers, Barbara Ann 11 73, 170 Sowers, Charlotte Faye 10 85, 139, 156, 168 Sowers, Curtis Ray 12 28, 55, 150, 154, 162 Sowers, Deborah Sue 12 55 Sowers, Dennis Alan 10 85, 154 Sowers, Donald Ray 8 153, 154 Sowers, Dorothy Frances 12 55 Sowers, Joel Lee 10 85, 153, 154 Sowers, Karen Elaine 9 94, 134, 164 Sowers, Larry Earl 12 23, 27, 49, 55, 58, 153, 20, 21 Sowers, Monica Kay 11 73, 131, 138, 139, 149, 156, 158 Sowers, Rodney Allen 8 153, 154 Spangler, Eldon Lane 9 95 Spangler, Loretta Lynn 11 73, 160 Spangler, Rosemary Lynn 10 85, 144, 145, 156, 168 Spangler, Thomas Lee 12 55, 155, 162 Spence, Dwight David 12 14, 17, 55, 153 Spence, Gary Paul 12 14, 16, 55, 153 Spence, Reva Kay 10 85, 160 Stafford, Carl Cameron 8 136 Stafford, Thomas Franklin III 9 95, 136, 141, 151 Stanley, Connie Elmo Jr. 8 154 Stanley, Shelia Jane 9 95, 168 Staples, Terry Lynn 11 73, 169 Starkey, Mark Coleman 12 14, 29, 55, 150, 153 St Dwell, Deborah Rose 8 Strickland, Brenda 8 99, 104, 134, 139, 149, 168 Strickland, Pamela 11 34, 73, 139, 156, 168 Stuart, Charlene 9 95, 147, 168 Stuart, Charlene 9 95, 147, 168 Stuart, Darlene 9 95, 147 Stuart, Desiree 12 56, 134, 147, 157 Stuart, Irma Gertrude 12 56, 150, 151, 147, 155 Stuart, Jacob Allan 9 95 Stuart, Lewis Jacob 9 14, 24, 95, 134, 149, 159, 147 Stuart, Martha Daye 10 85 Stuart, Matthew Raye 10 85, 154 Stuart, Tony Darrell 12 22, 56, 61,147, 157, 171, 20, 21 Stuart, Thomas Wilford 12 56, 157, 166, 171 Stuart, Wanda Melissa 10 85 Stuart, Wendell Harold Jr. 9 147, 157 SCA 148, 149 STUDENT DRIVERS 171 Stultz, Martin Stewart 10 85 Sumner, Nelson Glenn 8 19, 25, 102, 134 Sutphin, Brenda Diane 11 74, 150, 160 Sutphin, David Lincoln 9 95, 154, 159 Sutphin, Emma Pauline 9 95 Sutphin, Gregory Lee 9 95 Sutphin, Janet Leigh 12 56, 139, 156, 160 Sutphin, Katie Lou 11 74, 160, 168 Sutphin, Larry Dean 8 19, 102, 154 Sutphin, Lawrence E. 8 102, 154 Sutphin, Lloyd Nevain 9 95, 154 Sutphin, Mary Ellen 9 95 Sutphin, Norma Wayne 12 56 Sweeney, Melody Ann 8 102, 103, 134 Sweeney, Susan R. 11 74, 146, 155 T Tankersley, Charles W. 8 102, 153, 154 Tankersley, Leslie Keith 9 95, 154 Tatum, Susan Renee 10 85, 134, 146, 158, 168, 171 Taylor, Larry David 10 86, 153, 154 TENNIS 27 Terry, Gary Edward 9 95, 136 Terry, Rhonda Loraine 8 102, 134 Thomas, Carol Sue 10 86, 134, 160, 163 Thomas, James David 8 102, 154 204 Thomas, Marvin Lane 8 102, 154 Thomas, Stephen R. 12 56, 162, 169, 171 Thompson, Barbara ]ean 12 60, 56, 144, 150, 151 Thompson, Becky Lee 9 95, 96, 165 Thompson, Beverly Quesenberry 12 38, 39, 121, 57, 146, 157 Thompson, Bruce William 9 95, 159 Thompson, Danny Lane 10 86 Thompson, Debbie Marie 10 86, 160, 165 Thompson, Doris Yvonne 12 57, 120, 140, 150, 157 Thompson, Janey Lou 9 95 Thompson, Janice Irene 12 38, 44, 57, 59, 160, 168 Thompson, Linda Diane 11 59, 74, 138, 160 Thompson, Mary Jane 8 102, 136, 164 Thompson, Myra Lou 9 95, 136, 139, 164, 168 Thompson, Paula Annette 10 86, 139, 156 Thompson, Peggy Ann 12 57, 117, 160 Thompson, Shelby Ann 12 57, 144, 160, 168 Thompson, Vicki Louise 11 74, 139, 150, 168 Thompson, Wesley Hank 8 100, 102, 154 Tolbert, Ann Kay 11 74, 139, 150, 158 Tolbert, Glen Douglas 8 19, 25, 102, 136, 153, 154 Tolbert, Helen Catherine 12 57, 140, 141, 150, 151, 158 Tolbert, Kenneth Leon 10 18, 24, 86, 153 Tolbert, Pamela Ann 8 102, 104, 129, 134, 149 Townley, Sam Reed 12 57 TRACK 30, 31 Trail, Barney William 11 74 Turman, Betty Mae 10 86, 147, 168 Turman, Donna Jean 12 58, 150, 160, 166 Turman, Elmer 12 14, 17, 28, 23, 49, 58, 149, 153, 157, 166, 20, 21 Turman, Rudy Lane 12 58, 162 Turman, Walter Ray 10 86, 154 Turner, Carlton Wade 9 95, 153 Turner, Debra Lynn 8 102 Turner, Cassandra Lee 9 95, 136, 147, 168 Turner, Marvin Odell 11 31, 74 Turpin, Carolyn Loretta 10 86, 160 Turpin, Clenna Kay 10 86, 134, 155, 156, 168 Turpin, Marla Gaye 9 95, 165 Turpin, Rita Faye 11 74, 146, 150 U Underwood, Billy Lee 10 79 Underwood, Nora Ellen 8 102 UPWARD BOUND 147 V Vance, William Wayne 11 74 VanDyke, Mark Allen 8 102, 153, 154 VanDyke, Mary Joan 11 74 VARSITY BASKETBALL 20-23 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 38, 39 VARSITY FOOTBALL 14-17 Vass, Cloetta 9 95, 157 Vaughn, Danny Gene 10 86, 158 Vaughn, Deborah Annette 9 95 Vaughn, Rita Dorain 8 102, 136 Vest, Cathy Lynn 12 58, 144, 160 Vest, Charles E. 10 87 Vest, Clifford Clay 12 58, 134, 160, 162, 171 Vest, Connie Mae 10 87, 134, 160, 158 Vest, Daniel Brown 9 95 Vest, Daniel Wilton 8 102, 154, 159 Vest, Donna Elaine 10 87, 163 Vest, Donna Ellen 9 95, 164 Vest, Elvin Lane 9 14, 95, 153, 154 Vest, Gerald Barnard 11 74, 169 Vest, Geraldine 8 102, 134, 164 Vest, John David 12 14, 17, 58, 153, 161 Vest, Kathy Lynn 10 84, 87, 134, 156, 165 Vest, Kevin Warren 8 102, 154 Vest, May Elizabeth 8 103 Vest, Melvin Wayne 8 19, 103, 153, 154 Vest, Peggy Lynn 12 49, 136, 140, 141, 151, 168 Vest, Peggy Lynne 9 95, 134 Vest, Ricky Alton 12 26, 49, 58, 153, 20, 21 Vest, Roger Lee 11 75 Vest, Wendell Lewis 8 103, 154 Via, Charlotte Anne 9 95, 164, 165 Via, Kenneth Leroy 10 24, 87, 147 Via, Mark Kevin 9 96, 159 Via, Peter Calvin Jr. 10 18, 31, 87, 88, 153, 158 Via, Susan Elaine 8 103, 136, 168 Via, Tereasa Annette 8 165 Via, William Calvin 9 18, 24 96 VICA 169 W Wade, Bradley Layne 10 28, 87, 161 Wade, Danny R. 8 100, 103, 154 Wade, Renva Kaye 9 96, 165 Walker, Darnell Winston 9 96, 147 , 168 Walker, James Allen 11 76, 147, 157 Walters, Cathy Dean 10 87, 129 Walters, Steven Kimberly 8 103, 154 Walters, Thomas Kendell 12 59, 169 Walters, Vicky Lynn 11 75 Walters, Lori Michelle 8 103, 134 Webb, Arnold Nolan 96, 153, 154 Webb, Terri Anne 9 96, 134, 164 Weddle, Bruce Edward 8 19, 103, 129, 154 Weddle, David Edmund 12 59, 169 Weddle, Debra Sue 9 96 Weddle, Jacqueline Ruth 10 87, 134, 154, 156, 163 Weddle, Janie Catherine 11 75 Weddle, Jeffrey Dale 11 75, 150, 154, 158 Weddle, Johnathon Ray 8 19, 103, 154 Weddle, Larry Levi 8 103, 154 Weddle, Lester Talmadge 11 75, 169 Weddle, Linda Darnell 11 75, 170 Weeks, Allen Lane 12 59, 134, 147 Weeks, David Wayne 9 96, 120, 159, 161 Weeks, Deborah Kay 9 96, 165, 168 Weeks, James Odell 9 96, 136 Weeks, James Walton 11 26, 69, 74, 146 Weeks, Marilyn Lynn 10 87, 134, 155, 156, 168 Weeks, Randy Edward 12 59 Weeks, Raymond C. 12 59, 169 Weeks, Richard Emory 12 60, 144, 151, 171 Weeks, Robert Wayne 11 14, 28, 65, 75, 153 West, Charles Dennis IV 11 75 West, Ruth 103, 114, 171 West, Sharon 9 96 Whitlock, Dennis George 9 96, 136, 154 Whitlock, Donna Elaine 9 96, 136, 139, 168 Whitlock, Gladys Raye 8 103, 136 Whitlock, Joe David 12 60, 169 Whitlock, Ray Eugene 10 87, 154 Whitlock, Sherri Louise 11 75, 131, 136, 158 Whitsett, Glen F. 11 14, 75 Whitsett, Linda Macey 8 103 Whorton, Daisy Mae 8 103 Whorton, James William 10 87 Whorton, Jerry Lewis 9 96 Willard, Janet Ann 10 87, 157 Williams, Carol Ann 9 96, 134, 164, 168 Williams, Eric Anthony 9 14, 31, 24, 86, 157 Williams, Cary Stephen 9 96 Williams, Cino Warren 8 19, 25, 103, 149, 159 Williams, Janean Lovanne 8 103, 164 Williams, Lorenzo Junior 9 24, 96 Williams, Timothy Ray 8 103 Willis, Michael Ray 9 96 Wilson, Deborah Jean 12 60, 156 Wilson, Gregory Glenn 8 103, 136 Wimmer, Beverly Cwyn 8 103, 129, 139, 159, 168 Wimmer, Carl McKinley, Jr. 12 14, 17, 28, 61, 136, 153, 150, 162 Wimmer, Connie Marie 8 102, 159, 168 Wimmer, Debbie Ann 10 87, 160 Wimmer, Denise Jean 12 61, 150, 166 Wimmer, Grace Annette 12 33, 34, 35, 60, 136, 64, 150, 156, 168 Wimmer, Karen Mae 10 87, 131, 134, 163, 168 Wimmer, Sandra Lou 8 102, 134 Wimmer, Wendell Earl 11 76, 158 Wingate, Richard E. 9 96, 153, 154 Wood, Glenn Arvel 12 61, 155, 162, 169, 171 Worrell, James Lincoln 12 61, 150, 162 Worrell, Ruth Anne 10 88, 138 Wray, James Thurman 8 103 Wray, Terry Elaine 8 103, 165 Wuntke, David Paul 9 18, 92, 96, 149 Wuntke, Patricia Ann 12 61, 129, 134, 146 Wurzburger, Theron Ray 11 76, 160, 167 Y Yates, James Irvin II 12 19, 31, 61, 58, 131, 134, 142 Yearout, Paula Sue 8 103, 139, 168 Yearout, Rebecca Sue 12 61, 134, 131, 135, 142, 150, 163, 168 Yopp, Glenna Gail 9 96 Young, Dale Allen 10 28, 88, 143 Young, Keith Barry Jr. 8 103, 154 Young, Sheree Lachell 10 77, 88, 131 Volumne XI of the BISON was lithographed by Hunter Publishing Company, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Press run: 735 books of 208 pages. Portraits by Graham School Pictures. Cover picture photographed in Floyd County by Jim Ellis, Hunter representative. 205 Our Place — The sun sets on Floyd County High School and we see many dif- ferent emotions — happiness for Seniors because they have finally graduated, and sadness because they may never see some of their friends again. But there will always be memories. No matter what 206 We Were There 207


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