Floyd High School - Admiral Yearbook (Floyd, VA)

 - Class of 1950

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CALLIE LOUISE HOWELL "Ca11ie" I love not man the less, but nature more. MARY ALICE HUNGATE I lMaryl ! What sweet delight a quiet face affords. 8 8 5 B 0 0 0 S 8 S B S 8 3 2 6 2 2 8 E 6 S 2 2 5 S E a-2 88656 968 G96 Qi 8 2 8 B 2 6 E 0 B I 2 G 8 U 6 8 G il IB EI li EI ii li 2 ll E EI il 2 EI 2 5 2 2 I II 2 GI ll 2 I I 2 I I I ii E UBGQQQBQBQBGGEQBBB a'BUDMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEBBBIBBBEEBBBB!!5395!BBBBBVBBPBFBBVBBBVBVBPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEF S - 3 'B vs 5 E2 'I' en 'B as 'I' cn 5 S 2 an B 3 S 2 rn 5 5' an 2 aa B 2 as B 5 as L2 as 'I' 2 '3 as 'B va 5' as 2 an B 5 5 S an ,B B B S H1 E E 5 3 S E CURTIS IDDINGS JH. ARNOLD JEFFERSON KELLEY 2 5, "Jr." "Arnold" is E For I am not nothing i f not His petty hope is in some near Q IB critical. port or bay. 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IB E1 m N 1 N' E X, , ,uffw S , yy r A B 7 K,r,. ,B MARIE SPANGLER SUSIE LEE SWEENEY E I I l fsuef Y Like a professor hidden in the Merry as a marriage bell. S light of thought. 2 'nuwwwwwwwwwwwwudiiiiiiiiiaaiis B '14 E' 5 PBDBPBVBWBPBBFBPBBBPBVBVBB'BBBB303VBBQOBBBBBIBBBIBBB'BB06BBQDBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBB'B'B'B'BBBVB'BVBlB'BBg E - l Q W T as I2 as 3 2 'I' 2 3 S E, sa ,B B 'i' S PB 5 2 ,B B 5, B :Q 2 'I' 3 5' vm 3 2 2 is E, PF 5 2 E, B 3 S ,B 9 ,B 3 2 E 6 T E E 1 2 S VIOLET CHHISTENE THOMAS BOBBY EUGENE THOMPSON 5 +I' ' 'Christene" ' 'Bobb " 2 Time writes no wrinkles on her 'Vo rush--noy B 3 brow. AI E if 'Z s +11 T S S ., Q S a E 2 B 3 Q Q Q g E 'B 2 'I' W E, . s OB 1 2 2 2 3 S PB 'F S ' a as I r E B E 5' Q1 S as 3 HELEN ANN TOLBEET JAMES LEWIS WEBB Q Q ' 'Helen' ' ' 'Jimmie" as S Heroines have trod this spot-- Let. ignorance be my choice 2 g tis on their dust ygu tred, since knowledge leads to woe. 3 BBPBBBBIBBPBIB965355690535008085BBB!BBBHBBBBBQBPBEBBBBCDBBDDQSBBBDBlU9B0i0B8fBBg4 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY At The Crossroads--Richard Hovey You to the left and I to the right, For the ways of men must sever-- And it well may be for a day and a night, And it well may be forever. But whether we meet or whether we part fFor our ways are past our knowingl, A pledge from the heart to its fellow heart On the ways we all are going! Here's luck! For we know not where we are going. Four years have passed since first the panorama of our high school de- lighted out wondering eyes. They have been happy years as a whole. They have helped us to understand the finer values of life. They have brought friendships which we will never forget. As we remember the carefree and happy hours we have spent, we almost wish we might relive the years. Only for the moment though, because we are now eagerly awaiting the new adventures that lie ahead. In reviewing four years of our high school life, we find that there are many events which will always be remembered. Elections, debates, picnics, and most of all our Junior and Senior plays are indelible in our memory. Under the leadership and guidance of Andrew Nester, class president,.and Miss Maude Boyd, sponsor, the Freshman class of 1946 was organized. Ehring the Sophomore year, Freeda Hatcliff was president and Miss Boyd and Mrs. Miller were advisers. The Junior year had Mrs. Rainey as adviser and Rufus Heed was president. The Senior year had Helen Tblbert as class president, and Mrs. Altizer was sponsor. When we have graduated, there will be no regrets, for each of us will carry in his heart the spirit of Floyd High on the way we all are going. LAST WILL AND TESTAlVlENT We, the Senior Class, of Floyd High School, County of Floyd, State of Virginia, being in sound mind and body do hereby bequeath to the underclassmen our most valuable possessions as follows: To the Juniors - the responsibilities and pleasures that await you as seniors and the ability to stand up for your rights as a class. To the Sophomores - our mischievousness and business aptitude. Tb the Freshmen - our booksg study them to fill the gap in your life left by our departure. Tb the Eighth Grade - our ability to absorb all studies Cin case English,Science and Math are beyondyourcomprehension.J Tb the Faculty - our grateful thoughts, for "everything," and perpetual love. Be it hereby known that all members of the Senior Class leave the following per- sonal and class belongings to the following individuals: Margurite Epperly--her "happy-go-lucky" disposition to Gertrude Wood. Sylvia Epperly--her basketball suit "0Id Faithful" to Christine Sweeney. Ruth Gallimore--her ability to go places and see things to Jane Slusher. Norma Graham--her ability to get and to hold a man to Peggy Trail. Elnora Harman--her fondness for all her classes to Margie Graham. Callie Howell--her "too often deserted" Chemistry book to Norma Boothe. Mary Alice Hungate--her ability to make the best of everything to Ibra Lee Thomas. Pauline O'Bryan--her ability to get along with boys to Virginia Houchins. Margaret Peters--her graceful giggle to Geneva Smith. Ruth Pauley--her typing ability to Magdalene Martin. Virginia Phillips--her flirting technique to Peggy Epperly. Helen Phillips--to Hazel Slusher the "gobs of chewing gum" under the desk in room eight. Freeda Ratcliff--her "worn-out" shorthand book to Ethelda Moran. hbrris Phillips--his ability to say what he thinks anywhere, anytime, to-Lane Winmer. Allen Rakes--his speaking ability to Milton Ogle. Merrill Reed--his quiet ways to Ralph Graham. ' Rufus Reed--his intellectual ability to Ralph Sweeney. V Harry Roberson--his quiet and mannerly ways to George Vaughan. Bobby Thompson--his fondness for reading library books in class to Ralph Cannaday. James Webb--his mischievous smile to Gilbert Lester. Dorothy Akers--her talent in knowing and telling all the "up-to-date" jokes to Lindell Gardner. Frances Akers--to Peggy Keith her unconcerned attitude about her stature. Marie Barnes--her gracious ways to Nancy Blackwell. Dorothy Boothe--her red-headed ways to Barbara Duncan. Ruth Bowman--her "worn-out" music book to Lena Pugh. Rose Ellen Boyd--her tender heart and Joving kindness to Helen Dobbins. Curtis Bower--his thread-lhre gym suit to Billy Weddle. James Bower--his dignity and good disposition to Robert Huff. David Bowman--his "little but loud" technique to Johnny Page. Wallace Dalton--his ability to lead others without noticable effort to the best all .round Junior. A Jabe Hatcher--to Dock Sweeney his ability to speed over the basketball court and the "know how" in getting along with his teachers. Herman DeHart--his ability to stay out of trouble to Cody Hale Clyde Hylton--his ability to get along with others to Maurice Bower. Curtis Iddings--his jovial nature but not his ambition to Billy Casteel. Arnold Kelly--his practical mind to Silas Gardner. William Earl Mitchell--his never quiet tongue to Ruth Yearout, who can control it. Andrew Nester--his desire for a sailors life to Dwight Scott. Etheleene Reed--to Mary Ruth Hungate the habit of getting to class late. CEspecially home room.l Mary Reed--her ability to make the best of any situation to Opalene Harmon. Mona Slusher--to another poetic girl, Betty Jo Sumner, her writing talent. Marie Spangler--her ability to studying unpteen hours a day to Elizabeth Markle. Susie Sweeney--her delightful pastime, talking to the boys, to Zona Lee Sweeney. Christine Thomas wills her wanting and waiting ability to Janet Clower. lklen Tblbert--her newly found ability to control her temper to her teammate, Betty Sue Heed. This will is to be affective at midnight June 2, 1950, providing each one of us has attained a long awaited goal, a diploma certifying each to be a graduate of Floyd High School. CHICAGO ILLINOIS June 2, 1965 Dear classmate of 1950, The Executive Cbnmittee of the Alumni Association of Floyd High School has received replies from the 1950 graduates with large contributions from each for the Memorial Fund. It will be interesting to the class to know that they have so many successful classmates. Letters received brought this in- formation: Huth Gallimore - a beautician who-now has her own exclusive shop, "The La Vogue Beauty Salon" in New York city. Capt.Curtis Bower - of the U. S. Air Force stationed in Pago Pogo, in the Phillipines. Freeda Ratcliff - personal advisor to the famous Mr. Moneybags in New York city. Merrill Reed - a leading dairy farmer of Floyd County. Norma Graham Hatcher and Jabe Hatcher - happily married and living on Honey- moon Lane. Jabe is now owner of the local Mick or Mack Grocery. Norma is kept busy with the twins. Marie Spangler - world famous chemist known for her discovery of the "cousin" to a germ. James Bower - a manufacturer of atomic powered automobiles. Helen Tolbert - employed in Halifax, Nova Scotia as publicity agent for the loose 'Em Cb., a reducing pill company. Bobby Thompson - cartoonist. His comic strip "Moonshine Hollow" is eager- ly awaited by kids fran eight to eighty. Dorothy Akers - a famous TV star and wife of a wealthy business man. David Bowman - owner of the largest dude ranch in Texas, "The Rockin' Saddle." Wallace Dalton - just returned from South Africa where he was a missionary and is now touring the country telling of his experiences among the natives. !Elnora-Hannan - art manager of the Markle Advertising Cb. Inc., the largest advertising firm of Floyd. Frances Akers - now Mrs. Posie Weeks. She sponsors the smnner camp for girls at Destiny Bay. Ruth Bowman - interior decorator in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is now de- corating the "Dreamers Holiday Tavern." Andrew Nester - a radio technician for the Navy Air Force stationed in Havana, Cuba. Rose Ellen Boyd - world traveler has stopped at Hong Kong for a little rest before cunpleting her seventh trip around the world. Ruth Pauley - after tiring of beauty contest, Ruth has opened her own tourist court at Key West, Florida. Sylvia Epperly - living a life of luxury on the Isle of Pines in the Caribb- ean Sea. William Morris Phillips - a successful lawyer and newly appointed common wealth's attorney of Virginia for Floyd County. Margaret Peters - leading poet of the century. She is believed to rank with Shakespeare. Allen Rakes - wealthy owner of the Norge Automobile Corp, builder of jet cars. Callie Howell - successful in her own hospital for homeless cats and dogs. Etheleene Reed - featured singer of the "Moonlight Serenade" on station GBD. Curtis Iddings - married to a French actress, living in a Chateau on the Seine River in Paris, France. Mary Reed - writer and director of the well loved radio show "Marriage for Two." James Webb - a dentist in Richmond known for his invention of the painless and noiseless drill. Marie Barnes - stewardess for the "Fly 'em or Crash 'em" Air Line Co. Clyde Hylton - an engineer on the "Atomic Special" which runs from Lone- some Valley to Floyd. Helen Phillips - wife of a very wealthy movie magnateg she graces Hollywood Society and sets the fashion for the movie world. Virginia Phillips - playing the lead in "Macbeth" at the "Starlight" theater. Rufus Heed - criminal lawyer in Chicago. Well-remembered for his work in the case of the murder of Cock Hobin. Margurite Epperly - nurse at the Heck-all Hospital Qfor the repair of weak mindsl at Floyd. Harry Roberson - owner of the "Cpicksilver Cab Co." His motto is "Hop in, let's go!" Mona Slusher - personal secretary to Miss Frizzel Buzzard, the first woman president of the U. S. Herman DeHart - forest ranger at Cobblers State Park, in charge of trips to Cobblers Knob. Mary Alice Hungate - a famous writer, she has written a book "Life on Mars'f Dorothy Boothe - an English teacher at F.H.S. She is teaching Shakespeare's classics to many appreciative students. Arnold Kelly - a news commentator, one of the best on the Cracker Jack . Broadcasting System. Susie Sweeney - married to a wealthy business man. As she sits and knits she tries to solve the mystery "If Texas Saw What Arkansas What Did Tennessee?" Christine Thomas - a famous pianist married to a singer. They both travel with "The Tagalong Orchestra." Wm. Earl Mitchell - runs the "broken-down merry-go-round," for the "Rag Mop" Circus and flirts with all the pretty girls. Pauline O'Bryan - one of the most famous Power's models, featured in the "Eyecatcher" magazine this week. 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Barbara Thomas Ibra Lee Thomas C OW Peggy Trail Colene Thrman Billy Weddle Pete Williams Lane Wimmer Gertrude Wood Ruth Yearout Virginia Yearout 2 L pi . gif.-'A JFK GU L, LW f Medi' LQ If ' wi' AW- AM -'L' xx Ll'5Z5yjM' D l . 4 , ii First row-left to right: Elizabeth Hylton, Barbara Duncan, Marie Harmon, Nancy Boothe, Iva Ruth Compton, Mary Breedlove, Maralee Bishop, Wanda Naff, Gwendolyne Poff, Joel Guilliams, Roger Gallimore, Russell Akers. Second row-Margaret Breedlove, Flora Hazelwood, Luvina Hylton, Loraine Cor- rell, Peggy Keith, Lillie Martin, Marie Peters, Nancy Basham, Pauline Dobbins, Jean Dickerson, John Hubbard, Mrs. Lester Agee. Third row-Virginia Thomas, Joyce Akers, Elsie Eanes, Alvin Hale, Randall Pugh, Harry Aldridge, Bobby Huff, Zane Gallimore, Wayne Poff, 'lhomas Hall, James Casteel, Ralph Cannaday, and Lacy Radford. OFF I CERS President -------- - - ------ ------------------------- ---- - - - --- Wanda Naff Vice-President-- --- --- -- ---- - -- --- - --- - ---- ---- ------ - James Casteel Secretary 81 Reporter- ------ -- ---- ---- ----- ------ Christine Sweeney S. C. A. Representatives -------- ----- P auline Dobbins, George Vaughan Advisers ----------- ---- - -- -- - ---- - ----- Mrs. Rainey, Mrs. Agee ,,, , --,.- v- vw- v V qw - Ju.- .f.JUl'----P1 I-', 1 fl A Ct X J N , XX - I l First row-left to right: Harless Weeks, Harold Sumner, Jane Slusher, Janet Scott, Anna Williams, Christine Sweeney, Zula Slusher, Betty Williams, Audrey Sweeney, Frankie Sowers, Major Thompson, Charles Slusher, Grover Thomas. Second row-Irene Sowers, Mary Thompson, Betty Sumner, Heva Roberson, Zona Sweeney, Virginia Shelor, Mary Wilson, Betty Reed, Lula Mae Reed, Gertrude Sowers, Mattie Yearout, Virginia Trail, Marie Thompsorf. 'Ihird row-Mrs. C. D. Rainey, William Jones, Glenn Reed, Claude Royal, Charles Smith, Eugene Townley, George Vaughan, William Spangler, Dock Sweeney, Walter Wilson, Clyde Reed. Nil, ,x, 4......., I I R1 ,ff Q N- "-.4 . 1 I 'ur' 4.- 'J 'J J X Q-hi 1 ei iii 6 , 4 NUfF1RST LONG YANT5 aww WW XY Sf S ALXQQX W !1r:Q 9 T N 87:34 Bffjw i KX X F X J f Af wwf fs ig!-":5-1'-:.'fX FRESIIMEN I X , , - 55? ' V f"5 'AX 1' U ' , K A N 3-' efj ' . x , ' , ,- g WY .arg 'f Lx : l ' ' Nr, Y' 'X A'gj7v:',, x N A-xr-11' W , KV, ,y ,, u I Q Y ,. .-, X , va lf 'fm Tumlx - .rqd QL, J Jqn luxm f X V VJ" um H , X A " ,' " , f Xx ', I N E. ' 3 x N X W "- wx. ' ' I Q ,L , S ,rqnu J , Inv ,Jul--' Q ,. . Qu l O- "-- ,z ,ff W . - x 1 A 1 K A , Q -'f V QQ ,Y . X ll xwff - C XS X QM .afffwl 2 25 1 N .1-If N K R X Q in ' - ml nf' xx -2- 3 'X ,P Xxx 5 XX iwxmhi b If xxf",UNW' , V v .' V, V- wg K4 x N :K X' Wy lf! if HS IH., UNL L K i iff my . ZA V. I 1, m. :YW T 'W Q5WW"3 ff x ,?xQ'w 55' if C A 4 MNA' X10 -,., '-inf W 1, ,W ,.-1? 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Second row-Lucy Jane Boyd, Carol DeHart, Melva Mitchell, Shirley Keith, Patsy Knowles, Rosie Bower, Lillie Howell, Irene Huff, Christine Barnes,Marie Boyd, Lorraine Agnew, Ileda Blackwell, Doris Light. Third row-Jackie Hall, Vern Basham, Charles Kingrea, James Agnew, Bobby Agnew, James Lawson, Mrs. Gaye V. Simpkins, Bobby Aldridge, Randolph Cockram, Maggie Midkiffx, DorothypBailey, Shirley Griffith, and Vivian Goad. - H ' ' '4' " ' - a+- --aw Q . 1, v X 1 - - no . . .X Xl ,Ax X xx I S ' J' Xi XT. ' x ' V!! V y ' ,V X xy Q' '-s 17 f , .' ' f , ' . I -, P- 'H ' Ak N. "fl . : Q, , " ,' f. J F x - W 'VV X '- ' :-- f ,yr X T N ' if . , I r vw ali if Q5 t 'M QM? Xl? .J .Ti ts . Jfkiwdfmhj' Qfr lt .. 1, Q EIGHTH GRADE First row-left to right: Lewis Turner, Elbert Talley, Don Semones, Elsie Reynolds, Ruth Wray, Marie Wilson, Joyce Ann Pugh, Billie Jean Sweeney, Aileene Peters, Garnett Scott, Nolen Radford, L. C. Trail. Second row-Cleo Sweeney, Ralph Yearout, Corine Wray, Janet Simpkins, Mary Lee Underwood, Shirley Rutter, Erma Jean Thompson, Thelma Wade, Betsy Perkins, Polly Wade, Doris Ann Pugh, Margaret Underwood, Mrs. Mary A. Dobyns, 'Third row-James Pugh, Ray Shelton, C. M. Thomas, Junior Weeks, Harry Smith, W. G. Nolen, Paul Spradlin, Qiinton Simpkins, Vernon Roop, Odell Sutphin, Harold Wood, Frank Thompson, Joann Slusher, and Nadiene Pratt. 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THE STAFF Editor-in-Chief- ---- --- ---- ------------- - ------------ C11 rtis Iddings Assistant Editors-H --- ------- --- Margurite Epperly, Rufus Reed Social Editor ----- - -------- ------- - - ---- -- Freeda Ratcliff Art Editor ----- ------- --- ---- --- Christene Thomas Sports Editor- ---- -- -------- Curtis Bower Bisiness Manager ---- ----- - --' -'--- - - Ruth Pauley Circulation Manager --- ---- - --- Andrew Nester Historian --------------- ------ - ---- E theleene Reed Sponsor -------- - -------- - ---- ---- ---- M r s. Altizer Advisers--- - ----- - ---- Miss Slusher Mrs. Agee STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION First row-left to right: Mr. E. W. Miller, Andrew Nester, Rufus Heed, Janet Clower, Morris Phillips. Second row-Pauline Dobbins, Bobby Agnew, William Jones, George Vaughan, Ruth Pauley, Geneva Smith, and Lindell Gardner. Elnora Harman, absent when pic- ture was taken. OFFICERS President ----- Vice-President ----- ,- --- -- Rufus Reed Hazel Slusher Secretary- ---- Elnora Harman TT6aSurer--- Janet Clower Reporter ---- Andrew Nester Adviser- ---- -- Mr. Miller ,fk l f,L..,.L+.'m NEWSPAPER STAFF First row-left to right: Rufus Reed, Janet Clower, David Bowman, Elizabeth Markle, Helen Tolbert. Second row-Gertrude Wood, Harold Beckleheimr, Morris Phillips, Andrew Nes- ter, and Sylvia Epperly. THE STAFF Edi tor-in-Chief --------- -------------- ---- D a vid Bowman Copy Editor---- ---- ------ - ---- Janet Clower Managing Editor-U - ---- --- Elizabeth Markle News Editor- ------ -- --------- Rxfus Reed Alumni Editor --- ------ ---- Morris Phillips Sports Editor -------------- ---- --- Sylvia Epperly Bisiness Manager ----------- ---- ---- H e len Tolbert Assistant Business Manager-H ------ Gertrude Wood Circulation Manager-W ---- - --- ----- Andrew Nester Advertising Manager ------ --- Harold Beckleheimer Adviser -------------- - ------------ Mrs. Agee SCIENCE CLUB First row-left to right: Marie Spangler, Elizabeth Markle, Andrew Nester, Wanda Naff, Mary Thompson. Second row-Mrs. E. W. Miller, Betty Williams, Catherine Smith, Virginia Houchins, Estelle Harmon, Nancy Blackwell, Norma Boothe, Zona Sweeney, Vir- ginia Shelor, Margie Graham, Jimmy Graham. Third row-Charles Barton, Clyde Hylton, Rufus Beed, Billy Casteel, Milton Ogle, Chrtis Iddings, and David Bowman. OFFICERS President------- --------------- -- ----- Andrew Nester Vice-President ---- --- ----- - ---- --- Elizabeth Markle Secretary --------- ---- ------- Wanda Naff Treasurer- ---- - ---- ---- Mary Thompson Beporter--- --- Marie Spangler Adviser----- ---- Mrs. Miller Y . Y..g.,...,-,, .,-. W, 4. .ev . ,V ,..... - ,wn,..,.' --7--+,w-ga-- FUTUBE HOMEMAKEBS OF AMERICA CLUB Presiden t -- - ---- Vice President ---- ------ Secretary -- ---- Treasurer - -- -- - Reporter -- ---- Song Leader - ----- Parliamentarian - Adviser - -- --- - Dorothy Akers Joyce Akers Delphina Alderman Marie Barnes Maralee Bishop Ruth Bowman Margaret Breedlove Iva Ruth Compton loraine Correll Jean Dickerson Barbara Duncan Peggy Epperly Lindell Gardner Norma Graham Marie Harmon Flora Hazelwood Callie Howell Officers Mary Alice Hungate Mary Ruth Hungate Elizabeth Hylton Peggy Keith Ruth Lee Lillie Martin Ruth Pauley Margaret Peters Marie Peters Virginia Phillips Gwendolyne Pof f Etheleene Reed Lula Mae Reed Mary Reed Beva Roberson Janet Scott Jane Slusher Motto: Toward New Horizons Colors: Red and White Flower: Red Rose ---- Buth Pauley ------- -------------- Janet Scott - --- ---- --- ---- Iva Rith Ccmpton - Lindell Gardner --- Callie Howell -------- - ----- Margaret Peters - --- ---- --- ---- Dorothy Akers -- - Miss Campbell Geneva Smith Zula Slusher Gertrude Sowers Irene Sowers Betty Jo Sumner Audrey Sweeney Olristene Sweeney Zona Sweeney Ibra Lee Thomas Virginia Thomas Marie Thompson Peggy Trail Colene Turman Mattie Yearout Ruth Yearout Virginia Yearout Anna Williams 'UN' STUDENT PATROL First row-left to right: Rufus Wray, Sanmy Wilson, Garnett Scott, Jackie Hall, Major Thompson, Ray Graham, Curtis Nester, John Page. Second row-Junior Weeks, James Pugh, Paul Spradlin, R. G. Dickerson, Marvin Clem, Qiinton Simpkins, John Hubbard, Mr. H. P. Jennings. ' Third row-William Jones, Randall Pugh, Wallace Dalton, Charles Barton, Eugene Townley, Billy Earl Mitchell, and Curtis Bower. ADVI SORY COMMITTEE Curtis Bower Billy Earl Mitchell CAPTAINS R. G. Dickerson Randall Pugh Charles Barton LI EUTENANTS Quinton Simpkins Wallace Dalton John Page Eugene Townley PATBOLMEN William Jones, Rufus Wray, Jimmy Pugh, Curtis Nester, Garnett Scott, Junior Weeks, Charles Slusher, Paul Spradlin, Marvin Clem, John Hubbard, Sanmy Wil-1 son, Jackie Hall, Major Thompson, and Roy Graham. ADVISER Mr. Jennings FRENCH CLASS First row-left to right: Jean Dickerson, Norma Boothe, Anna Williams, Nancy Boothe, Mary Breedlove, Wanda Naff, Mary Reed. Second row- Catherine Smith, Nancy Blackwell, Eugene lbwnley, William Earl Mitchell, Etheleene Reed, Virginia Phillips, and Miss Clara Belle Snith. OFFICERS President --- ------ --- ------ --------- --- William Earl Mitchell Vice-President --------- ---- ----- --- --- ---- Etheleene Reed Secretary 8 Treasurer ----- ---- -------- Mary Reed Reporter-------- ------- ------ Anna Williams Sentinel --------- - ----- - ---------- --- - ---- ----- Virginia Phillips Advisor ---- -- --'- --- ---- - ----"-------- ----'--- ----- --------- Miss Smith Motto: "Vouloir c'est pouvoir" Flower: Fleur de lis Colors: Rouge, blanc et blue Song: "La Marselillaise" The purpose of "Le Cercle Francois" is to increase interest in and appreciation of the French language, songs, and literature and to gain ability in the use of French in conversation--and, incidently, to have fun while do- ing these things. LIBRARY CLUB First row-left to right: Virginia Phillips, Pauline Dobbins, Helen Dobbins, Billy Mitchell, Cblene Turman. Second row-Luvina Hylton, Loraine Correll, Gwendolyne Poff, Mrs. Y. P. Scruggs, Elbert Talley, Barbara Thomas, Jackie Hall, Anna Williams. Third row-Irene Sowers, Nadiene Pratt, Bobby Agnew, Charles Kingrea, Elizabeth Hylton, Nancy Basham, Ralph Sweeney, Jean Dickerson. Fourth row-Janes Bower, Paul Spradlin, and Harry Smith. OFFICERS President ---- -- --------------- - ----- --- Helen Dobbins Vice-President ---- ------------ ---- Billy Mitchell Secretary- ------ --- Pauline Dobbins Treasurer ---- ----- -------- Colene Turman Reporter --------- ---- ----- - ------ ------- - --- ------ Virginia Phillips Adviser -------- -- ------ ----- ---------------- - ------ ---------- ----- Mrs. Scruggs The main objective of the Library Club is to make the Library attractive, as interesting, and as useful as possible. Much varied assistance is rendered by the club members. Regular business meetings are held and a number of social events are scheduled through the year. Each year a gift is presented to the Library. Q ,,,lIu,,,7 .-...-sul -4 ,. . . -i .wlxwmnulc GLEE CLUB First row-left to right: Norma Graham, Audrey Sweeney, Margie Graham, Maralee Bishop, Barbara '1homas, Christine Sweeney. Second row-Loraine Correll, Joyce Akers, Betty Sumner, Opal Sweeney, Virginia Yearout. Third row-Milton Ogle, Elizabeth Markle, Elizabeth Hylton, Betty Reed, Billy Casteel, and Mrs. C. D. Rainey. Elnora Harman, absent when picture was taken. O F F I CE R S President ------------ ------------- ---- ----- E l n ora Harman Vice-President --------- - ----- ---- - -- -------- Betty Surrmer Secretary 81 Treasurer ---- ---- E li zabeth Markle Reporter --------------- ------- M ilton Ogle Adviser-- -------------- --- ------ ----- M rs. Rainey "They chant their artless notes in simple guise. They tune their hearts, by far the noblest aim." Burns l "T COMMEBCI AL CLUB First row-left to right: Freeda Ratcliff, Pauline O'Bryan, Sylvia Epperly, Ruth Bowman, Miss Ruth Ann Slusher. Second row-Janet Clower, Ruth Gallimore, Helen Phillips, Rose Ellen Boyd, Frances Smith, Margaret Peters, Ethelda Moran, Christene Thomas, Frances Akers. Third row-Dorothy Akers, Mona Slusher, Helen Tolbert, Margurite Epperly, Ruth Pauley, Magdalene Martin, Geneva Smith, Susie Sweeney, and Gertrude Wood. Elnora Harman, Billy Sprangler, and Hazel Slusher, absent when picture was taken. OFFICERS President ---- ----- - - -- --------------- -- ------ ------ - Sylvia Epperly Vice-President-- - - - - - -- ------ - -- -- ------ - - --- Pauline O' Bryan Secretary --------- ----- - - ---- ---- - Hazel Slusher Treasurer- ---- - ---- ---- - ---- - --Freeda Hatcli ff Reporter -------- ----- - - --- -- Ruth Bowman Adviser -------- ---- ----- --------- ------- - - - ------- - Miss Slusher Progran Committee Recreation Committee Refreshment Committee Pauline 0'Bryan, Chairman-Bose Ellen Boyd, Chairman-Margaret Peters, Chairman Margurite Epperly Ruth Pauley Elnora Harman Helen Tolbert Janet Clower Christene 'lhomas Dorothy Akers Susie Sweeney Ruth Gallimore Frances Akers Gertrude Wood Billy Spangler Ethelda Moran Magdalene Martin Helen Phillips Mona Slusher Geneva Snith Frances Smith 1 v 1 1 s 1 Q Russell Akers Joel Guilliams WBYHC Pvff Harry Aldridge Alvin Lee Hale Randall Pugh Charles Barton Cody Hale Allen Rakes Gxrtis Bower Thomas Hall ClY'l? Glenn Reed James Bower John Hubbard Mefflll Reed Maurice Bower Bobby Huff Rufui Reed David Bowman Robert Huff HHFFY Roberson Ralph Cannaday Clyde Hylton Claude R0YQl Calvin Cox Curtis Iddings ChHr19S Smith Lee Roy Cox William Jones Ffenhle Sowers George Dickerson John Kelley william M' SP9n8lef Lewis Dickerson Gilbert Lester Jack SWefHPY R. G. Dickerson William Earl Mitchell GFQVCY TPUHB3 Silas Gardner Lewis Dexter Nolen MEJOT Th0mPS0n James Graham John Page B1llY Weddle Pete Williams Alonzo Yates Active members not enrolled in vocational agriculture are: Wilbert Hatcher, Elvin In- gram, Andrew Nester, Morris Phillips, Lane Slusher and Charles Spangler, Jr. Officers - President ---- --------- - -- - ---- ------------ -------- --- --- -- David Bowman Vice-President --- ----- - -------- -- John Kelly Secretary ---- - --- - ---- - Rufus Reed Treasurer -- - ------ ------ --- Allen Rakes Reporter ---------- ---- - M-- -- - -------- -- ------------- Clyde Hylton Sentinel -------------------- --- ------------------------- Frankie Sowers Executive Committee -- --- - - --- ---- --- Cody Hale, Claude Royal, Merrill Reed Advisers ------------------------- - ------- - - ---------- ----- Mr. Jennings, Mr. Price Some of our accomplishments are: 1. Winning federation, degree team, and public speaking contest. 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J 57" 1 , 1' ' A-,"' -f if +...::" s Pictured above are the Floyd High School Golden Eaglets, winners of the District "S" Group 111 Champions of 1949-50. The Floyd Eaglets won their crown hy defeating Bland High School in the finals 41-49 in the tournament played at Pulaski, February 25. They have a record of 18 victories and 3 defeats. Left to right: Janet Scott, Margurite Epperly, co-captain, Dorothy Boothe, Mary Wilson, Betty Heed, Peggy Keith, Sylvia Epperly, captain, Helen Tblbert, Zona Sweeney, Mary Thompson, Christine Sweeney, Iva Ruth Compton, and John R. Graham. Ruth Gallimore absent when picture was taken. Sylvia Epperly and Helen Tolbert were high scorers for the season--Epperly with 349 points and Tolbert with 233, respectively. District "S" Tournament Semi-finals--- -------- Floyd 48 Pembroke 38 Finals ---- --- ----- Floyd 49 Bland 41 'E Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd SEASON RECORD SEASON RECORD BOYS Girls Ridgeway 37 Floyd Fieldale Shawsville 48 Floyd Shawsville Auburn 40 Floyd Auburn Stuart 45 Floyd DuPont Floyd V.F.W. 59 Floyd Floyd V.F.W. Stuart 47 Floyd Meadows of Dan Floyd V.F.W. 64 Floyd Floyd V.F.W. Meadows of Dan56 Floyd Meadows of Dan Willis 25 Floyd Willis Bent Mountain 28 Floyd Bent Mountain Draper 23 Floyd Draper Blacksburg 77 Floyd Blacksburg Check 39 Floyd Check Shawsville 73 Floyd Shawsville Blacksburg 72 Floyd Blacksburg Auburn 28 Floyd Auburn Check 25 Floyd Check Willis 28 Floyd Willis Draper 43 F10Yd Draper Floyd High School's Golden Eagles compiled a 13 won, and 8 lost record for the 1949-50 season and advanced to the semi-final round of the District "S" Tournament where they lost out to Shawsville 51-55. Left to right: Roger Gallimore, Walter Wilson, James Casteel, Dwight Scott, Milton Ogle, Ralph Graham, Curtis Bower, Captain, Pete Williams, George Vaughan, Billy Weddle, Billy Casteel, Randall Pugh, Ralph Cannady, co-cap- tain, Jabe Hatcher, Claude Royal, and John R. Graham, coach. The high scorers for the year were Jabe Hatcher with 390 points, and Ralph Cannady with 260, respectively. District "S" Tournament Fi rst Game ---- ----- F loyd 64 Check 20 Semi- finals ----- ---- F loyd 51 Shawsville 55 V Harold Beckleheimer, David Bowman, Ralph Cannady, Billy Casteel, Jimmy Cas- teel, Jimny Graham, Jabe Hatcher, Milton Ogle, Morris Phillips, Dwight Scott, Charles Slusher, Dock Sweeney, George Vaughan, Billy Weddle, Pete Williams, Walter Wilson, Curtis Bower, Elbert Talley, bat boy, Charles Kingrea, score keeper. Dorothy Boothe, Margurite Epperly, Opal Sweeney, Sylvia Epperly, Helen Tol- bert, Ruth Gallimore, Mary Thompson, Margaret Breedlove, Mary Breedlove, Anna Mae Williams, Peggy Keith, Elizabeth Hylton. SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY DOROTHY AKERS Home Economics Club, '48,'49,'50, Parliamentarian, '50, Commercial Club, '49, '50, Cheerleader, '49, Reporter of Sophomore Class, Glee Club, '48,'49. FRANCES AKERS Clee Club, '47,'48, Home Economics Club,'48,'49, Co mercial Club, '49,'50. MARIE BARNES Home Economics Club, '48,'49. DOROTHY BOOTHE Home Economics Club, '48,'49, Cbmmercial Club, '50, Basketball Team, '49,'50, RUTH BOWMAN Glee Club, '47,'48, Library Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '48,'49,'50, Pianist, Home Economics Club, '49,'50. ROSE ELLEN BOYD Softball Team, '49. Library Club, '47, Secretary, Library Club, '48, Reporter, Freshman Class, Conmercial Club, '49,'50, Secretary, Commercial Club, '49, Chairman of Re- creation Committee, Commercial Club, '50, Usher, Senior Play. MARGURITE EPPERLY Library Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '48,'49, Reporter, Home Economics Club, '48, Secretary, Science Club, '48, Vice President Sophomore Class, Basketball Team, '48,'49,'50, Softball Team, '49,'50, Commercial Club, '49, '50, Treasurer of Senior Class, Member of Senior Play Cast, Assistant Editor SYLVIA EPPERLY Library Club, '47, Softball Team, '47,'49,'50, Home Economics Club, '48, Sec- retary of Home Economics Club, '49, Basketball Team, '43,'49, Captain of Basketball Team, '50, Reporter of Commercial Club, '49, President of Conmer- cial Club, '50, Member of Senior Play Cast, Sports Editor of The Newspaper. RUTH GALLIMORE Commercial Club, '49,'50, Secretary of Home Economics Club, '48, Vice-Presi- dent of Home Economics Club, '49, Member of Basketball Team, '48,'49,'50, Member of Softball Team"48,'49,'50, Representative of S.C.A., '49, Advertis- ing Manager of The Newspaper, Member of Junior and Senior Play Cast. NORMA GRAHAM Library Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '48, '50, Glee Club, '50, Usher to Senior Play, Member of Glee Club Play Cast, Cheerleader, '50. ELNORE HARMAN Glee Club, '47,'48, Treasurer of Glee Club, '49, President of Glee Club, '50, Home Economics Club, '48, Library Club, '48, Secretary of Sophomore Class, Treasurer of S.C.A., '49, Secretary of S.C.A.,'50, Commercial Club '49,'50. CALLIE HOWELL Home Economics Club, '48,'49, Reporter of Home Ebonomics Club, '50, Commer- cial Club, '49 of the Annual. ' MARY ALICE HUNGATE Library Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '48,'49,'50. PAULINE O'BRYAN Glee Club, '47' 4-H Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '48, Cbmmercial Club, '49, Vice President'of Cbnmercial Club, '50, Advertising Cbnnuttee for Senior Play RUTH PAULEY Glee Club, '47, Library Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '47,'48, President of Home Economics Club, '50, Commercial Club, '50, S.C.A. Representative for Senior Class, Business Manager for Annual Staff, Typist for the Newspaper, Stage Committee for Senior Play. MARGARET PETERS Library Club, '47, 4-H Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '47,'48,'50 CSong Leader, '50, S.C.A. Representative, '47. 'arse mmf- f- , fha- --v--47 v-------f- -.vtw-..-v..,Y--.-...-.wW...,... ,,..,., ,......,m -v,.l..,,.. ,Y Y v ,Y Y ' v WALLACE DALTON Glee Club, '47,'48,'49, F.F.A., '48, Basketball Squad, '49, Lieutenant of Safety Patrol, '50. HERMAN DEHART Member of F.F.A., '47 JABE HATCHER Basketball Team, '47,'48,'49,'50, Baseball Team, '47,'48,'49, F.F.A. Club, '47, '48,'49, '50, Member of Safety Patrol, '47, Usher at Senior Play, Treasur- er of F.F.A., '49. ARNOLD KELLEY F.F.A. Club, '47,'48,'49. Member of the Degree Team, '48. CLYDE HYLTON F.F.A. Club, '47, F.F.A. Executive Committee, '48, F.F.A. Sentinel, '4-9,F.F.A. Reporter, '50, F.F.A. Degree Team, '50, Science Club, '50. WILLIAM EARL MITCHELL Safety Patrol, '47, Lieutenant of Safety Patrol, '48, Advisor of Safety Pa- trol, '49, Assistant Supervisor of Safety Patrol, '50, F.F.A. Club, '48, Mem- ber of Recreation Committee of F.F.A. Club, '49, Decorations Committee of F.F.A., '50, Conductor of F.F.A. Degree Team, '50, Library Club, '48, Vice- President of Library Club, '50, President of French Club'50. ANDREW L. NESTER I President of Freshman Class, Library Club, '47, Safety Patrol, '47, F.F.A. Club, '48,'49,'50, Member of National F.F.A. Band, '49, Cheerleader, '48, Basketball Team, '48, Member of Junior and Senior Play Casts, S.C.A. Repres- entative for Junior Class, Manager of Basketball Team, '49, Comercial Club, '49, Attended Boy State as Representative of Junior Class, President of Science Club, '50, Circulating Manager of Newspaper, '50, Circulating Manager of Annual, Reporter of S.C.A. ALLEN RAKES F.F.A Club, '47,'48,'49,'50, Member of Degree Team, '49,'50, Executive Osm- mittee of F.F.A., '49, Treasurer of F.F.A., '50, Winner of Public Cbntest, '50 RUFUS REED Library Club, '47, S.C.A. Representative of Freshman Class, Treasurer of Sophomore class, Secretary of F.F.A. Club, '49, Secretary of F.F.A., '50, Secretary of S.C.A., '49, Assistant Editor of the Newspaper, '49, Commercial Club, '49, President of Junior Class, Attended Boy State as Representative, Basketball Team, '49, Baseball Team, '49, Member of Junior and Senior Play Casts, President of S.C.A., '50, News Editor of Newspaper, '50, Assistant Editor of Annual, Science Club, '50, Basketball Team, '50. BOBBY THOVIPSON Member of Junior and Senior Play Casts. JAMES WEBB Member of F.F.A. Club, '47,'48,'49. HARRY ROBERSON Member of F.F.A. Club, '48,'49,'50. CURTIS IDDINGS, JR. Library Club, '47,'48,'4-9, Science Club, '50, Editor of Annual Staff, Degree Team, '50, Member of Senior Play Cast. MERRIL REED F.F.A. Club, '48,'49,'50, Member of Senior Play Cast. HELEN PHILLIPS Home Economics Club, '48,'50, Co mercial Club, '49,'50. VIRGINIA MARIE PHILLIPS S.C.A. Representative, '47, President of Library Club, '49, Reporter of Library Club, '50, Member of Junior and Senior Play Cast,Managerof Basket- ball Team One Year, Comnercial Club, '48, Home Economics Club,'48,'49,'50, Glee Club, '47,'48,'49, French Club '50, Dramatics Club '47. ' FREEDA RATCLIFF President of Sophomore Class, Reporter of Junior Class, Secretary of Library Club, '47, President of Library Club, '48, President of Cbnmercial Club, '49, Treasurer of Commercial Club, '50, Member of Junior and Senior Play Cast, Member of Annual Staff. ETHELEENE REED Library Club '47, Home Economics Club, '48,'50, Commercial Club, '49, Re- porter of Senior Class, Member of Annual Staff, Vice-President of French Club, Member of Senior Play Cash MARY REED S.C.A. Representative of Freshman Class, Library Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '48,'50, Commercial Club, '49, Vice-President of Senior Class, Secre- tary-Treasurer of French Club, '50, Member of Senior Play Cast. MARIE SPANGLER Library Club, '47,'48, Treasurer of Science Club, '49, Reporter of Science Club, '50, Member of Senior Play Cast. MONA SLUSHER Glee Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '47,'49, Commercial Club, '49,'50. SUSIE SWEENEY 4-H Club, '47, Library Club, '47, Home Economics Club, '48,'49, Commercial Club, '49,'50, Cheer Leader, '50, A member of the Senior Play Cast. CHRISTENE THOMAS Library Club, '48, Home Economics Club, '50, Pianist for Home Economics Club, '49, Commercial Club, '49,'50, Cheerleader, '50, Glee Club, '47,'48. HELEN TULBERT Treasurer of Freshman Class, Member of Library Club, '47, Basketball Team, '47,'48,'49,'50, Representative to S.C.A., for Sophomore Class, Softball Team '47,'48,'49,'50, Reporter of Science Club, '48, Captain of Basketball Team '49, Vice-President of S.C.A., '49, Commercial Club, '49,'50, President of Senior Class, President of 4-H Club, '50, Member of Paper Staff. CURTIS BOWER F.F.A., '47,'50, Lieutenant on Safety Patrol, '47, Captain on Safety Patrol, '48, Assistant Advisor of Safety Patrol, Basketball Team, '48,'49, Captain of Basketball Team, '50, Member of S.C.A. Council, '48, Member of Decorating Committee for Junior Play, On the S.C.A. Council, '49, Vice-President of Junior Class, Chairman of the Decorating Committee for Senior Play, Chairman of Recreation Committee for F.F.A., '50, Sports Editor of the Annual. JAMES HOWER F.F.A. Club, '47,'48,'49,'50, Member of F.F.A. Softball Team, '49,'50, Mem- ber of PIP1A, Basketball Team, '50, Usher for Junior and Senior Plays, Lib- rary Club, '48,'49,'50, K.V.G., '49,'50, Captain of the Squadran, '49. DAVID BOWMAN Secretary of Junior Class, Reporter of F.F.A., '49, President of F.F.A., '50, Secretary of Senior Class, Editor of Newspaper, '50, Basketball Team, '49, Baseball Team, '49, Library Club, '47, Science Club, '50, Member of Junior and Senior Play Casts. . SCHOOL SONG Let's sing a song to Floyd High Praise her dear name up to the sky Grandest of all is the school we love Here's to old F. H S. Rah, rah, rah. Floyd High, how we love to sing thee, Floyd High, grateful hearts we bring thee Among purple hills and balmy breeze Laughing rills and shady trees Here's to thee, our Alma Mater Here's to old F. H. S. Grandest of all, our school days Dearest of all, our school days Sweetest of all are our old school chums Here's to old F. H. S, Hah, rah, rah. 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