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ANNIE SCRUGGS YIIAT DOBYNS ELIZABETH MARKLE
Librarian 8th Grade Advisors Secretary
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President: Jane Slusher
Vice-President: Roger Gallimore Treasurer: Anna Williams
Secretary: Barbara Williamson Reporter: Wanda Naff
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Library Club 49, 50, 515 Secretary Commercial
Game Leader 4-H Club 495 Secretary 4-H
Club 525 Glee Club Play 505 F.H.A, Club
50, 51, 525 Cheerleader 525 Commercial Club
525 Usher Senior Play 52.
NANCY JANE BOOTHE
Library Club 495 Commercial 51, 52.
Safety Patrol 495 Vice-Pres. Soph. Class5
Sect. -Treas. Junior Class5 S.C.A. Rep.
of Senior Classg Basketball Team 50, 51, 525
Baseball Team 50, 51, 525 Junior 8: Senior
Play Castg KVG Crew 49, 50, 51, 525Assist.
Editor Senior Class Paper5 Delegate to S.C.A.
Library Club 49, 50, 51, 525 F.H.A. Club 52,
PEGGY KEIT H
F. H.A. Club 49, 50, 515 Basketball Team 50,
51, 525 Commercial Club 51, 52.
4-1-I Club 49, 505 F.H.A. Club 49, 50, 51 -
Pianist 515 Science Club 49, 505 Dramatics
Club 50, 51 - Treasurer 505 Commercial Club
51, 525 Prompter Senior Play.
WANDA NAFF ll -
Freshman Class Reporter5 Science Club Be,-
porter 49 - Sect. 50-Sect. 51 - Pres. 525
Glee Club Pianist 495 French Club 505 Scrpll.
Class Pres.5 Assist. Editor of Anchor 515
Vice-Pres. S.C.A. 515 Senior Class Reporteri
Assist. Editor of Annual Staff 525 S.C.A.
Pres. 525 Cheerleader 525 Typist Anchor Staff
525 Queen of Hearts 525 Usher Commence-
ment Exercises 5l5 Delegate to S.C.A. Con-"
vention 51 , 52. '
F.F.A. Club 49, 50, 515 Safety Patrol 51, 52.
Pres. Freshman Classy Pres. Junior Classg
Vice-Pres. Senior Class, Basketball Team
49, 52g Manager Basketball Squad 513 Junior
8: Senior Play Castsg Science Club 515 Assist.
Editor Annual 52, S.C.A. Rep. 515 KVG Crew
50, 515 King of Hearts 525 Delegate to S.C.A.
F.F.A. Club 5o,51,52.
Library Club 49, 50, 51, 52 - Song Leader 49 -
Recreation Leader 51 - President 525 F.H.A,
50, 51, 4-H Club 49,50, 515 Glee Club Play
Cast 50g Basketball Team 51, 52.
lVA RUTH COMPTON
Basketball Team 49, 50, 51, 525 F.H.A. 49, 503
Softball Team 505 Secretary F.H.A. 50.
Library Club 49, 50, 51 , 525 4-H Club 49, 50, 51 ,
52, F.H.A. Club 50, 51, 52.
F.F.A. cm, 49,5o,51,5z.
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Science Club 495 Library Club 503 Commercial
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F. F.A, Club 49, 50, 51, 52g KVG Crew 50, 51,
523 F.F.A. Basketball Team 50, 51 , 52,
Livestock Judging gl Degree Team 493 KVG
49, 51 , 523 F.F.A. Club 49, 51 , 525 Degree
Team 51: Science Club 523 Assistant Sect. F.
BETTY SUE REED "
Basketball Team 49, 50, 51 , 523 Glee Club 493
Science Club 49, 50, 513 Softball Team 49, 513
Usher for Junior 8: Senior Play.
GLENN REED '
F.F.A. Club 49, 50, 51, 523 Vice-Pres. F.F.A. -
523 KVG Crew 50, 51, 523 Degree Team 513
Member Livestock Judging Team 513 Sqfety '
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Science Club 49, 50, 513 Editor-in-Chief Fresh-
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F.H,A. Club 51, 52 - Pianist 513 Commercial ,
Club 523 Historian Anchor Staff 523 Vice-
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4-H Club 49, 50, 51, 52 - Reporter 49 - Sect.
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Treas. 515 F.H.A. Club 51,52 - Treas. 51 -
Pres. 525 Manager Basketball Team 51 -
Team 525 Junior 8: Senior Play Cast5 Circula-
tion Manager Anchor 515 President Senior
F.F,A. Club 49, 50, 51, 52 - F.F.A. Basket-
ball Tearn 50, 51, 52 - Sect. F.F.A. 525 Mem-
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BETTY JO SUMNER
News Editor Freshman Newspaper F H A
Club 505 Science Club 49, 50, 51, 52 - Sect.
-Treas. 525 Vice-Pres. Glee Club 50 - G1
Club Play Cast 505 Senior Play Cast5 S.C.A
Rep. 523 Cheerleader 50, 51, 525 4-H Club 49
525 Editor-in-Chief Senior Newspaperg Del
gate to S.C.A. Convention 52.
L1brary Club 49, 4-H Club 49, 50, 51 , 52
Commercial Club 51, 52 - Reporter 525 Typist
Anchor 525 Assistant Business Manager Annual
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C HRISTINE 'SWEENEQI
Library Club 495 4-H Club 49, 50, 51 , 52 - Sect.
50 - Reporter 51 - Reporter 525 F.H.A. Club
495 Basketball Team 50, 51, 52 - Captain 515
Commercial Club 51, 52 - Sect. 51 - Pres.
525 Junior Play Cast5 Sports Editor Anchor
515 Treas. S.C.A. 52.
Humor Editor Soph. Newspaper5 Sports Editor
Junior Newspaper5 Basketba1lTeam 49, 50, 51 ,
525 Baseball Team 49, 50, 51, 525 KVG Crew
50, 515 F.F.A. Club 525 F.F.A. Sentinel 525
Sports Editor Annual 525 Senior Play Cast.
ZONA LEE SWEENEY
4-1-I Club 49, 505 F.H.A. Club 49, 50, 515 Sci-
ence Club 505 Basketball Team 50, 51, 525
Commercial Club 51, 52 - Treas. 52.
4-H Club 49, 50, 51, 525 Science Club 49, 50, 51 ,
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Softball Team 51, 525 Senior Play Cast.
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Safety Patrol 49, 503 Commercial Club 513
Usher Senior Class Play 52.
Safety Patrol 49, 50, 51, 52, French Club 503
Commercial Club 513 Reporter Junior Classg
Senior Play Cast.
F. H.A, Club 49Q Library Club 52.
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Baseball Team 49, 50, 51, 523 Basketball Team
50, 51, 522 KVG Crew 49, 50, 51, 52.- Leader
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Club 50, 51, 523 Junior at Senior Nqllay Cast3
Vice-Pres. Science Club 513 Social Editor
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F, F,A, Club 49, 50, 51, 52 - Member Executive
Committee 50 - Federation Forestry Judging
Team gl Degree Team 51 - Pres. Degree Team
523 Junior 8: Senior Play Castsg Baseball Team
49, 50, 513 Basketball Tealrm 49, 50, 51, 52: Sect.
S.C.A. 523 Usher Commencement Exercises
513 KVG Crew 513 Science Club 52.
Safety Patrol 52.
Library Club 49, 503 French Club 503 Softball
Team 503 F.H.A. Club 503 Junior Sz Senior
Play Cast3 Assist. Editor Freshman News-
paper3 4-I-I Club 513 Vice-Pres. Commercial
Club 513 Advertising Manager Newspaper 523
Editor-in-Chief Annual Staff 52.
BETTY ANN WILLIAMS
Science Club 49, 50, 51, 523 Junior gl Senior
Play Cast3 Newspaper Typist 52.
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Glee Club 491 Library Club 49, Public Speaking
49, Eighth Grade Basketball Teamg Dramatics
Club 503 Science Club 51, 52, S.C.A. Rep.
49, 51 - Reporter 525 Editor-in-Chief Anchor
Staffg Sect. Senior Class, Senior Play Cast.
MARY FRANCES WILSON
4-H Club 49, 50, 51, 52, Science Club 49, 50:
Basketball Team 50, 51, 52, Softball Team 51,
Usher for Junior Playg Senior Play Cast.
WALTER WILSON A
Basketball Team 50, 51, 525 Baseball 50, 51, 521
F,F.A, Club 50,51, 52, Kyo Crew 49,5o, 51, .1
F.H,A. Club 505 Science Club 52.
Mr. gl Mrs. Alfred Hall
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. B. Dickerson
Mrs. L. B. Williamson
Mrs. Mary Naff
W. C. Spencer
J. E. Proffit
Dr. 81 Mrs.. Vernon
Mrs. Ethel Keith
W. M, Moore
Miss Elizabeth Markle
D. T. Weddle
Mrs. Talmadge Weddle
Mr. 81 Mrs. Maurice Slusher
Dr. Clyde Bedsaul
Mr. 81 Mrs. Jabe Hylton
Mr. 81 Mrs. F. T, Basham
H. W. Agnew
Mrs. Heath Dalton
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Wilson,
Miss Marie Williams
Mrs. Freeda H. l-larter
C. J. Gardner
W. J. Ayers
Mrs. Elsie Stump
R. E. Woolwine
Giles Lee Rutrough
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ross Williams
P. L, Shelor
FUIUREHUSJNESE LEAUERg 5
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ince our sixth and seventh grade rooms were located
in the high school building, we seventh graders eagerly
looked forward to entering high school.
This happy time arrived and we were fortunate in having
as our advisors Mrs. Dobyns and Mrs. Simpkins. Our officers
were as follows: Roger Gallimore, president: George Vaughan,
vice-president: Christine Sweeney, secretary: and Wanda Naff,
treasurer. Mr. Miller became our new principal. He and the
other faculty members were very helpful in our adjustment to
the new high school life. Mr. Miller has remained our princi-
pal through all four of our high school years.
In 1949, we became sophomores with Mrs. Rainey and
Mrs. Agee as home-room teachers. Our officers were as
follows: Wanda Naff, president: James Casteel, vice-presi-
dent: and Christine Sweeney, secretary and reporter.
Entering junior year in 1950, we began some of our most
important high school activities. Our advisors for the year
were, Mrs. Miller and Miss Slusher. Our new class officers
were as follows: Roger Gallimore, president, Claude Royal,
Vice-President:James Casteel, secretary: and Eugene Town-
Two of the big events for the year were the Junior Play and
the Junior-Senior Banquet. The play was "Me and My Sha-
dow". Miss Shelor directed it. It was a success, and much of
the credit should go to Miss Shelor.
The long awaited senior year came in 1951. Now we have
those privileges that the lower-classmen envy so much and
strive for. Our officers are as follows: Jane Slusher, presi-
dentp Roger Gallimore, vice-presidentg Barbara Williamson,
secretary: Anna Mae Williams, 'treasurerg and Wanda maff,
Our first .event of the year was the play, "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay". Sixteen students participated. It
was as outstanding play. Mrs. Rainey directed I and Mrs.
Altizer took charge of costumes and stage settings.
To raise money for a long anticipated trip, we seniors
have sponsored a magazine campaign. The campaign went
over the top and the class eagerly anticipates a trip in the
We are looking forward to the event which the Sophomore
Class will be giving the seniors since there is no Junior Class.
It will be wonderful to enjoy it without all the work we did for
the seniors last year.
To Mrs. Altizer, our faithful advisor and sponsor, we
wish to express our gratitude and thanks. She has given us
inspiring leadership throughout the year, for which we are
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
n this, the thirtieth day of May, in the year 1952, being sound in mind and body,
we do hereby will and bequeath to the under-classmen and faculty the following:
To Mr. E. W. Miller, our principal, we leave the hope that he will serve the
school in the future as effectively as he has while we have been here.
To the faculty we leave our appreciation of all they have done to make our years
at F.H. S. profitable and enjoyable.
To the Tenth grade as a whole we leave our privilege of being first in line for
To the Ninth grade we leave our laziness, bashfulness and forgetfulness.
To the Eighth grade we leave our mischievousness.
The individuals of this Senior Class will to .individuals of the Ninth and Tenth
grades the following possessions:
Nancy Basham--her quiet ways to Patsy Knowles.
Maralee Bishop--her lung power for cheerleading to Betty Sutphin.
Nancy Boothe--her ability to study to anyone who -wants it.
Jim Casteel--his enjoyable sense of humor to Elbert Talley.
Iva Ruth Compton--her cute ways and agreeable disposition to Freeda Hall.
Loraine Correll--her giggle to Betsy Perkins.
Jean Dickerson--her rough ways in the gym to Janet Simpkins.
George Dickerson--his hard intellectual efforts to Vernon Roop.
Lewis Dickerson--his bashfulness to Wilbert Midkiff.
Roger Gallimore--his smile to anyone who can use it as effectively as he can.
Thomas Hall--his witty ways to James Lee Hale.
Elizabeth Hylton--her job of taking up lunch money to Nadine Pratt.
Luvina Hylton--her abilityto get to class on time to Dreama Wade.
Peggy Keith--her position on the basketball team to Corine Wray.
Phyllis Loudy--her dainty littleness to Lucy Boyd Qwho doesn't need it.l
Wanda Naff--her delightful ways and leadership ability to Catherine Hazelwood.
Wayne Poff--his guilty look to Sammy Wilson.
Gwendolene Poff--all her books to her sister, Josephine.
Fred Pugh--his ability to tell something funny with a straight face to someone who
Betty Sue Reed--her newly found ability to control her temper while playing basket-
ball to Doris Pugh.
Glenn Reed--his habit of eating in class to Bobby Huff.
Claude Royal--the cute way he has of dribbling a basketball to anyone who can learn
to do it.
Janet Scott--her ability to get along with boys to Edna Jane Martin.
Virginia Shelor--her big brother to lleda Blackwell.
Jane Slusher--her neatness and likeable ways to Ravanal Nixon.
Frankie Sowers--his F.F.A. work to Charles Smith.
Betty Jo Sumner--her flirty ways to Geraldine Belcher. '
Audrey Sweeney--her ability to giggle and to cheer to Erma Thompson.
Christine Sweeney--her dimples to Crystal Radford.
Dock Sweeney--his many girl friends to anyone who can handle them.
Zona Sweeney--her ability to get and to hold a man to Shirley Rutter.
Major Thompson--his ability to disagree with Mr. Williamson to Rodney Thomas.
Mary Thompson--her "wanting" and "waiting" ability to Mary Underwood.
Eugene Townley--his love for girls to Paul Boothe.
Virginia Trail--her effort to pass English to Shirley Griffith.
George Vaughan--his English handbook to anyone crazy enough to take it.
Billy Weddle--his basketball ability to Bobby Agnew.
Harless Weeks--his mischievousness to Jackie Hall.
Anna Williams--her "lost, lonesome feeling" of this year, to Charles Kingrea for
Barbara Williamson--her strong desire to get ahead to Joyce Pugh.
Mary Frances Wilson--her basketball suit to a guard.
Walter Wilson--his vocabulary to L.C. Trail Kwho doesn't need it!l.
Betty Ann Williams--her comb andiink to Carol DeHart.
Mattie Yearout--her ability to learn Bookkeeping to Doris Light.
Signed, sealed, published and declared as and for the last Will and Testament by
the Senior class this thirtieth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and fifty-two.
ear, all ye unbelievers, and give heed unto my
wisdom, for I am a man of mighty and mystic
powers. I am the seventh son of the seventh son of a
seventh son. I can read,the past, the present, and the
future, and I never err.
You, who are members of this famous class of
1952, naturally feel a curiosity, even a slight anxiety,
as to your future. I shall tell you what and where you
will be, let us say, twenty years from now.
First we go to a famous art museum in New York.
There we see in a glass case some yellowed
sheets of newspaper. The heading is "Advice to the
Lovelorn, " by Polly Pepper. Polly was better known
to us a Jane Slusher.
Beside a collection of cups and medals we see
a card which says, "The trophies won by Billy Wed-
dle, world's greatest athlete. "
Here is a helmet and badge which originally be-
longed to Christine Sweeney the first policewoman
of the town.
ln the next case is a beautiful photograph of a
spring scene taken by Betty Williams, the famous art
photographe r .
ln the next case is a beautiful but sad manuscript.
It is a poem, "My Youth, " written by the famous
poet, Walter Wilson, and first published in 1962.
And now we see a lovely statue. The card reads,
"One of the earlier works of Virginia Trail, the
famous sculptor. "
The next, a strange collection, consisting of a
nose ring, a feather-tipped spear, and a woven grass
basket. These are mementoes of Gwendolene Poff for
her many years of missionary work which included
teaching the cannibals how to prepare their food pro-
Next, we see a steel diving suit formerly owned by
Lewis Dickerson, famous sea-weed collector.
Next is a model of the Do-Everything machine
which made Fred Pugh farnous. A special attachment
automatically spanks Freddie Jr. when he pulls the
Now we see a costume, old and faded, but still
beautiful. It was worn by Betty Sumner when she
played Lady Macbeth in Shakespeare's "Macbeth",
This case contains paintings of a beautiful woman.
The card reads, "Pictures of Zona Sweeney, the
celebrated beauty who married a Grand Duke".
Last we see the hat, kerchief, and lucky pieces
of Roger Gallimore, who, as a result of reading too
many adventure tales, ran away to sea and became
Passing through a small village on Sunday morn-
ing, we see Reverend Major Thompson and his wife,
the former Betty Reed, on their way to church.
ln Philadelphia we find Harless Weeks manager
of a soap company. His motto is "I keep the world
clean. ' '
In the display room of a large gown establishment,
we see Maralee Bishop as chief model.
We find Janet Scott as head operator in a telephone
office in Tampa City, Florida. In the same city, we
see Jim Casteel, the famous detective, down on all
fours looking at the sidewalk through a magnifying
If we should go as far as Hawaii, we would see
Claude Royal playing love songs to a pretty Hawaiian
In the new library at Roanoke, Mattie Yearout is
employed as librarian. She took the job so that she
could read all the new books before- anyone else got a
At Yale University we find Eugene iownley being
installed as President.
In the cool, clear waters of the North Sea we see
a yacht lying at anchor. On deck is the multimillion-
aire, Dock Sweeney.
As a member of the Northwest mounted police
rides by, we recognize him to be Frankie Sowers.
Their motto is, "The mounties always get their man. "
At Floyd, at the F.H. S. Alumni Reunion, we
find several of the 1952 graduates.
There are Dr. Barbara Williamson, a famous
surgeon in a large hospital, and, her "girl Friday",
Rising to make a speech is the famous divorce
lawyer, Wayne Poff. He calls our attention to the
lovely flowers donated by Mary Wilson, now leading
florist of the town.
The judge, George Dickerson, announces that
after the entertainment, refreshments will be served
through the courtesy of Virginia Shelor, proprietor
of the delightful Old Home Tea Room.
Now the entertainment begins.
There is the marvelous dancer, Mary Thompsong
song writer and singer, Audrey Sweeneyg and the
well-known pianist, Wanda Naff.
We had the following telegram from Anna Will-
iams: "Am private secretary to the head of huge
corporation. He was born crazy and had a relapse.
Won't give me time off to come to reunion. I shall
write all his letters backwards for a week. "
In other large cities all over the world we find
more of the l95Z graduates.
Nancy Boothe is now an usher in a movie theater.
By doing this she sees all shows free.
Phyllis Loudy is employed by the Metropolitan
and Chicago Opera Companies as leading dramatic
We see by the papers that George Vaughan has
been three times Governor of Virginia. His motto
is "All for one and that one me. "
Jean Dickerson is now owner and manager of the
huge chain of restaurants known all over the world
as the Eat and Run Restaurants.
Lorraine Correll, author of the book, "Exercises
For Reducing One's Income Tax, " is now in jail for
not paying her income tax.
Luvina Hylton and Elizabeth Hylton are undercover
agents for the FBI.
Thomas Hall is raising winter wheat and summer
squash on his farm in Ohio. "
Glenn Reed is now employed with the Synthetic
Building Company as a plumber.
Nancy Basham is a wealthy cosmetician. She
combines the arts of beauty culture and plastic surgery
in her Ye Beautifier Shoppy--alterations while you
Peggy Keith, well-known social leader, is now
married to Gordon Moneybags, son of the multi-
millionaire, T. Oliver Moneybags.
As the seventh son of the seventh son of a seventh
son I have accurately revealed your futures. If, at
any time you need advice, let me know, and I shall be
delighted to render you my well-known invaluable
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James Hale, Nellie Hall. Second Row: Allen Harman, Annie Laura Harman, Lou Alice Howell, Norma
Hurt, Clinton Hylton, Donald Hylton, Louise Hylton, Wayne Keith. Third Row: Lois Lester, James Mannon,
Betty Mannon, Muriel Marshall, Edna Jane Martin, Madge Muncy, Curtis Nester, Aillene Peters. Fourth:
Row: Josephine Poff, Annie Ruth Radford, Crystal Radford, Shelva Ratliff, Mary Reed, Charles Richardson,
Jean Sowers, Dolly Sumner. Fifth Row: David Sutphin, Barbara Sweeney, Sue Anna Sweeney, L. C. Trail,
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Donna Lee ..... .... S ec. -Treas.
Thelma Gardner . .... . . SCA
Betty Sweeney . . . . . SCA
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A ' Q" ence Bishop, Joyce Bishop, Louise Blackwell, Jackie Boothe, Second Row: Arnold Boothe, Dessie
QQ? ,Y ,,Boothe, Eliga Compton, Waitman Cox, G. W. Davis, Jamles DeHart, Nancy DeHart, Janice Dicker-
T w',Qp'lson, Verle Duncan. Third Row: Elizabeth Edmonds, Betty Fulcher, Chester Gallimore, Howard
' V' " , Gardner, Thelma Gardner, Wayne Gillespie, Billy Goad, Virginia Graham, Ben Harman. Fourth
l 3 ,vi Row: Evelyn Harman, Norma Harman, Frances Hazelwood, Opal Houchins, Cornelia Huff, Silas
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Kevin Mitchell, Adrian Moran, Hazel Moran. Second Row: Shelby Nixon, L. T. Nolen, Wilfred Peters
Mamie Phillips, Palmer Pratt, Daniel Quesenberry, Martha Quesenberry, Teresa Radford, Tommy Rad
ford. Third Row: Kaye Rakes, Bettie Reed, Max Reed, Norvell Reed, Glenn Rorrer, Harold Shelton, Arthur
Slusher, Nancy Slusher, Thomas Slusher. Fourth Row: Lena Smith, Ross Snead, Dan Spangler, Doris
Spangler, Betty Sutphin, Betty Sweeney, Bruce Sweeney, Claude Sweeney, Marcella Thomas. Fifth Row
Benton Thomas, Dorothy Thompson, Nancy Thompson, Shirley Thompson, Hubert Trail, James Underwood
Theodore Via, George Via, Frances Weddle. Sixth Row: Clyde Weeks, Eugene Weeks, Arnold Whitlow,
William Whitlow, Avis Willis, Shelby Wood, Curtis Yates, Peggy Yeatts, Elwood Sweeney.
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President: Wanda Naff Treasurer: Christine Sweeney
Vice-President: Charles Kingrea Reporter: Barbara Williamson
Secretary: Billy Weddle Sponsor: E. W. Miller
Jimmy Casteel, Betty Sumner Harmon Dickerson, Curtis Nester
Elbert Talley, Catherine Hazelwood Betty Sweeney, Thelma Gardner
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
13 Rev. W. D. Turner
18 Rev. C. H. Loudy
21 Christmas Program fSeniorsl
14 Rev. L. B. Williamson
ll Rev. H. G. Compton
14 Valentine Party
l3 One-Act Plays
14 Rev. R. G. See
Rev. W. D. Turner
FFA-Degree Team 81 Parl Dem
Rev. R. C. Simmons
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Editor-in-Chief . . . .... Barbara Williamson
Assistant Editor . . . . . . . .... Joyce Pugh
Alumni Editor .... . . Eugene Townley
Sports Editor . . . . . . Dock Sweeney
News Editor . . . . . . Elbert Talley
siness Manager .
Circulating Manager . . .
Advertising Manager . .
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President: Christine Sweeney
Vice-President: Anna Williams Treasurer: Zona Sweeney
Secretary: Nancy Basham Reporter: Audrey Sweeney
President: Wanda Naif
Vice-President: Charles Kingrea. Reporter: lleda Blackwell
Sgr. Arms: George Vaughan
President: Elizabeth Hylton
Vice-President: Benita Dickerson Reporter: Barbara Aldridge
Secretary: Dollie Sumner
SENIOR 44-I CLUB
President: Jane Slusher
Secretary: Maralee Bishop Treasurer: Ileda Blackwell
Reporter: Christine Sweeney
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President: Jane Slusher
Vice-President: Virginia Shelor Treasurer: lleda Blackwell
Secretary: Erma Thompson Reporter: Louise Compton
Parli.: Shirley Rutter
President: Billy Weddle
Vice-President: Glenn Reed Treasurer: Randall Pugh
Secretary: Frankie Sowers Reporter: Walter Wilson
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Front Row: George Via, Verle Duncan, Freeman Cockram, Jo Ann Mitchell, Dollie Sumner, Jackie Boothe,
Thomas Slusher. Second Row: H. P. Jennings, Sponsor, David Sutphin, Allen Harmon, Harless Weeks,
Melvin Light, G. W. Davis, Benton Thomas, Eugene Weeks, Clyde Weeks. Third Row: Eugene Townley
John Bowen, James Lawson, Clyde Reed, Bobby Huff, Arthur McPeak, Bobby Aldridge, Glenn Reed. Fourth
Row: Lewis Dickerson, James Underwood, Theodore Via, Bobby Boothe, Ben Harmon, Rodney Thomas,
Wayne Keith, Palmer Pratt.
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ie Sowcrs, Sammy Wilson, Charles Smith, Bobby Huff, Bobby Aldridge, D. D. Oliver, Co-Sponsor. Second
Row: Randall Pugh, Roger Gallimore, Theodore Via, Charles Slusher, Ray Trail, Charles Harmon, Bobby
lioothe, Bruce Sweeney, Waitman Cox, Charles Richardson, James Casteel, L. C. Trail. Third Row: Cur-
tis Yates, Glenn Reed, Edwin Aldridge, George Dickerson, Wayne Poff, George Vaughan, Alvin Hale, Fred
Pugh, Arthur Mcljeak, Jewel Weeks, Bill Weddle, Walter Wilson, Palmer Pratt,
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First Row, Left to Right: Elizabeth Hylton, Zona Lee Sweeney, Mary Wilson, Betty Sue Reed, lva
Ruth Compton, Peggy Keith, Christine Sweenev, Jane Slusher. Second Row: Shirley Keith, Doris
Pugh, Corine Wray, lleda Blackwell, Ravanal Nixon, Lillie Howell, Shirley Rutter, Freeda Hall,
Mrs. Hallman, Coach.
Floyd Alumni Floyd Auburn
Floyd Willis Floyd Check
Floyd Willis Floyd Ferrum Jr. College
Floyd Blacksburg Floyd Blacksburg
Floyd Check Floyd Auburn
Floyd Alumni Floyd Shawsville
Floyd Meadows of Dan Floyd Ferrurn Jr. College
Floyd 42 Willis 17
Floyd 51 Auburn 49
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Left to Right: Maralee Bishop, Audrey Sweeney, Betty Sumner, Erma Thompson, Wanda Naff
Front Row, Left to Right: Charles Kingrea, Dock Sweeney, George Vaughan, Bill Weddle, Claude
Royal. Back Row: Coach John Graham, Ray Graham, Jewel Weeks, Harry Smith, Roger Gallimore
Walter Wilson, and Jim Casteel.
45 Alumni 39 Floyd 95
37 Radford 41 Floyd 77
75 Willis 50 Floyd 68
51 Radford 47 Floyd 56
65 Willis 51 Floyd 37
65 Blacksburg 34 Floyd 69
65 Check 35 Floyd 65
50 Patrick All-Stars 64 Floyd 49
59 Meadows of Dan 65
Floyd 77 check
Floyd 40 Pembroke
Season Total ll43 Season Total
Avg. Pts. Per Game 60.51 Avg. Pts. Pe
Billy Weddle George Vaughan
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CLAUDE ROYAL BETTY JO SUMNER
"Quietest" "Prettiest Girl"
NANCY BASHAM ZONA LEE SWEENEY
GEORGE DICKERSON "Best Looking Boy"
"Best Dressed" "Most Likely to Succeed" "MostAth1etic"
JANE SLUSHER BARBARA WILLIAMSON PEGGY KEITH
BILLY WEDDLE GEORGE VAUGHAN DOCK SWEENEY
"Best Personality" "Most Popular"
WANDA NAI-'F CHRISTINE SWEENEY
JIM CASTEEL DOCK SWEENEY
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