Galax High School - Knowledge Knoll Yearbook (Galax, VA)

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THE Puksulr or EXCELLENCE . 1 y Youth,seeking f y a y the knowledge be E i A l bywhich new worlds are challenged, i Gratefully acceptingthe guidance of those E advanced beyond itsscope of knowledge, i The guidance that exists g to guide, to direct l the dreams of youth, I, Youth, searching Q y cfor self-identity that will strengthen 5 through a service to others, and a faith in Elqafe, E t t t A r A sincere dedication to work that will by j broaden horizons of understanding, cl, l Striving to condition the body to meet the challenge of today, b Youth, alert, in the pursuit of excellence- i 'confidently hoping to realize, finally, that impossible dream' 'Q Pam Hale' BI 2 Y ' if swam EERE ggglggznu WR!!! gag A , I WA V 1 F. I a l l D 7 In a r 'H P 9 g.,:'gnq'Tz, I wzwsussmk 'Im www W If' i i A ' I I '-Y I "AM . I I ' l i M L4' , ,"' IIKL . VVVW A 4, f ' ' . ' I . 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I WMM ,WMM ,N ,fm-ff' M Q fa ,,,w,,.-W wwf , WW' I 1 1970K owl. PHYLLIS CARDWELL . . . . . MANAGING EDITOR PAM HANKLEY . . . BUSINESS EDITOR BARRY FAYNE . . ART EDITOR QI G H BONNIE KANE LITERARY EDITOR " LARRY BEDSAUL SPORTS EDITOR MRS KATE DICKENS .... SPONSOR E' p -- f Published Bly Thel QD DQR Yearbook Staff Galax High School QA UWB Galax, Virginia Volume XXXII P b1. akf To OOM I 19 fi O5 lil CONTENTS iADMlNlsTRATlo N AcADEMICs 1 FACULTY 7 ' SENIl1R S 5.'g.A. , . g.? QggA 23 ,- ,. .,g'.', V QLAssE5 ,, 4. 145 SPoRTs.. . . . . 4.. 63 l l ' Ac1lvm Esi . fQ, g . . 'a3 STUD ENT Ll FE 5 STUDENTAINDEXQL.. ... ..QQQ125 A vERTlfsq5M EN1fs5 .g.1. Q l' lM NACTI lTY:Itt T0 . . 2 pursuit,p6r- Sill Q n. ll-Tr. poursuitel The act of pursu- ' inglo-r following with a View to overtakeg a following . with a View to reach or obtaing endeavor to attain. THE PURSUIT OF EXCEL ENCE! excellence, ek isel-lence, 21. Being Of great Virtilc Or A ,worthgf eminent of distinguislled for what is amiable, , valuableg or laudilbleg virtuo-usg gcodg Worfhyg excel- ' ling or surpassing in any quality or attainment. A , 5 WM 3 , 1 K 4',', K V 72 !'y. 'X,7 t -' if :ww -' e' ,fx , V . . ' - X -ff"i51" f . t L f ,' 1 I . f e fi, --sw f- f A y The class of 1970 exhibited exceptional leadership qualities by accept- ing responsibilities early in' theirchigh school careers and continuing throughout the senior year. The leadership of this 'group proved their dependability and versatility. This KNOWLEDGE KNOLL salutes the ' class of l970Vas the largest and one of the more talented senior classes in the history of'Galax High School. 4 ADMINISTRATION FACULTY I i. 5 , fp ACADEMICS A L INISTRATIO . The Galax School.BOard istpursuing an - accreditation by the Southern Associa- .tion of Schools-and Colleges. To reach this longterm goal, the board gave its full .cooperation to the administration in its, efforts to improve the educational facili- ties' and quality of .instruction 'in the Galax City'Schools. . V 4 I O' As superintendent .of A Galax, City Schools,tMr.'William G. Davis accepted and met the challenge' of 'giving the stu- dents a' better qschool. To 'improve the quality of. education at Galax' High School, he V. equippe-d the school with qualified teachers and modern teaching . aids.iBy keeping in touch with the public and the students themselves, he was able to represent both groups effectively. , L SCHOOL BOARD-FIRST ROW: Mr. L. A. Kyle, Mrs. Pat Jones. SECOND ROW: Mr A. C. Meadows, Mr. Robert Webb, Mr. Harvey Neff. SCHOOL BOARD CLERK5 r ' M1-S. Mai-ion Richardson. SUPERINTENDENT Mr William G Davis ' Mr: William A. Brown, principal of Galax High School, accepted the responsibilities of 'managing an expanding school system. As leader Of the school, he made countless deci- sions concerning the ,school life of both stu- dents and teachers. His! understanding and concern helpedfto keep the affairs ofthe school running smoothly, ' V Administration PRINCIPAL Mr William A Brown Q , .Q 1. uziify ' ifliia? at 1 Sr aa ff ,fs P' L .. , psi ' W . K. , I a ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: Mr. J. C. Roudebush, I A . , Mr. J . Roudebush, as acting assistant principal, ruled on the-legitimacy of students? :excuses for absences andffilled out absentee cards., Helsutrove to maintain consistent attendance and orderly condnctiin thelischool. I J p p, ' I ' DIRECTOR QF FEDERAL PROGRAMS: ' Mr. Thomas Mayberry. ' ' - Mr. Thomas Mayberry, director of federal pro- grams in the'Galax area, coordinated such' pro grams as Head.Start and the Licensed Practical Nurses' class., Q ' ' ' Mrs. Earlene Boyer worked with Mr. .Mayberry as his secretary. I. p R A ' ADMINISTRATIO SECRETARIES: Mrs. Pauline Higgins and Mrs. Donna Sikes. M,rs,..Pal1line Higgins and Mrs. Donna Sikes fulfilled the many duties of a secretary of Galax High School. Typing grade cards, absentee lists, and menus kept them busy mostof the day. Sorting mail and mimeo- graphing tests also occupied much of their time. In addition to their secretarial duties, they served as' receptionists toQMr. Davis and Mr. Brown. Mrs..gHiggins, as ytreasirrer of the school, kept the accountsffor the lunch room, s. C,-,A,,.rhe.aa1iergi9. depanmenhgg the ba'mi,jarra all .,'- Y I V' ' I - L- ,L 4, A V l V :V . if I 'R QF: .ga SECRETARY: Mrs. Earlene Boyer. Administration ..... 9 FACULTY A In addition 'to' teaching' a full load of' courses and acting as a counselor, each faculty member devoted many hours to outsideg activities. 'Many teachers pursued excellence in teaching by travel- ing abroad or by spending time as students ,them- selves ,in"'refresher" ,courses to keep pace with the evenchanging world of teaching. Several stu- dents' from RadfordCollege did their student teaching in different departments at GHS under the supervision of the teachers in related depart- mentsl- ' ' S , RT Mrs. Lemons instructs studcntin the fundamentals of oil painting. . Coach Lindsey takes time out from teaching 'activities to assist cheerleaders in a pep rally. ri 1 i E MRS. THOMASINE LEMONS - A Q - B. S. Madison College' . W The Art Course consisted of a com- e prehensive study of American and for- eign artists and. their techniques. Dur- ing the year, students were taught many different concepts in the area of pen and ink, water colors, pastels, charcoal, oilg' decoupage, and metal etching. 'The 'importance of individual expression and creativity were always stressed. Students ended the year by displaying their artwork in a sidewalk art show. S . Art - g Mrs. Lemons looks on as students make first attempts in sketching, ' . :Eg .GLISHV ' MissWA1E2ANETTEBEDsAUL'V'5'e Q. 1 , 'B.A.LOrigwo0g1College sg . fI?ng1ish' A', i L , ' Mrs. Dickenls bulletin board adds hurnorlto senior English students' study of Shakespeare. 'MRS1 LGOAD 552 ' MRS. KATE L. DICKENSi l B. S. Western Carolina University English' V ' Q .Miss LOUANNA HAMM - B. S. Radford College ' ' English Mrs. Godd instructsiher students in the fundamentals of linguis- I UCS- Faculty. . . , . 1 E Gusn The English classes not only were taught the fundamentals of grammarand modern linguistics but also ,explored .different periods of American and English literature. Students studiedthe con- tributions -of authors in American literature and themes of stories as they related to modern times.. Special emphasis was placed on composition in reach grade level. Writing began inthe eighth grade with sentence structure and paragraph writing and progressed through thetwelfthe grade with narration and essays for greater depth of expression. ' A pleasant smile from Miss' Bedsaul expresses her ability to cope with the daily teaching routine. . Z fig? N as Ss X X' sf K, ., is s I ,L ,N c lm? 19' 4 L 4 lf i t E ,ig 3 rw. K f f xg X , sa sr gi 1 1 'K X . Xb-N. . X -,g g s R EES L A Q Q sv Xe is 'X 'ESQ MRS. JUANITA WRIGHT MARSHALL . B. S. Radford College A . A A A . I L - The basics of speech and journalism are presented by Miss Hamm. MRS. CLARINE JOHNSON PICKENS MISS LEANNAH TODD M. R. E. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary B. S. Radford College 12 ..... ' Faculty . English English FOREIG LANGUAGE SPANISH Spanish was offered for the first year at Galax High School. Varied activities taught students .the basics of Spanish, These activi- ties ranged from the elementary activities of coloring pictures, with the Spanish color namesg and working crossword puzzles, using Spanish wordsg to the more advanced activi- ties introduced byhlms? speakers,fandf pen- pals.. - A. A . ' - Miss Richardson calls out.Spanish words in a spelling-bee. A - 'MISS PAMELA Y. RICHARDSON D - . - B. S. Radford College I V Spanish, English S LATI Only one class of second' year Latin was offered this year. These students sharpened their Latin vocabulary with a review of the . first year vocabulary plus the addi-' tion of many new words. From these words, the students learned p that many English words were de- rived. This study of Latin' vocabu- lary and grammar gave them addigj - tional background -. for 'studying' modernflanguages. Throughiparallelih 'reading and Sclassflectures, the stu- p dents gained knowledge about the . V V. LINWOOD DAVIS J E Q pk I H r A H . V .Latin people and their way o 1 e . A. Washingtonand Lee University Mr. Davis explains the subjunctive mood of Latin to his second-year students. , U U , A , Latin, Civics, U. S. History . , - - ' FRENCH Conversing in French and trans- lating selections from French litera- ture expanded the students, know- ledge of the culture and history of France..The 'study of French is pre- sented in three different levels,each more difficult than the preceding one. The languageflaboratory aided students in learning correct pro- nunciation of French words. Mrs. Edwards uses tapesctor sharpen the translating ability of third-year K S- ' MRS' JANE EDWARDS - Students. A. B. Hollins College - ' , , French X Faculty ..,.. 13. G Mrs. Hash and Mrs. Reavis work dilligently to determine the ranking of the senior class. air i MRS. NENA HASH MRS. DELLE REAVIS M. Ed., University M. Ed., University of Virginia of Virginia Guidance Guidance, English From the first of August until the last of June our guidance counselors p ,..,..,.lff A T are involved in a multitude of interesting and varied activities. They register all students, administer the school testing program, con- duct group guidance sessions, arrange for an annual College and Career Day and counsel individual students, parents, and teachers. They provide information about occupations schools and colleges, the armed services, and financial assistance for training beyond high school. H E Mrs Faddis carefully instructs a first-year student in the fundamentals ooking. MRS. HELEN B. GALYEN B. S. Radford College Home Economics MRS. LOIS SAVAGE FADDIS B. S. Radford College Horne Economics Mrs. Galyen instructs student in more advanced home econo- mics classes. Home economics helped to prepare girls for the work of a homemaker and an intelligent consumer. Units of study included those in child care, making and taking care of clothes, and preparing enjoyable, nutri- tious meals. Students also took a look at the practical side of marriage and home management. Through activ- ities such as fashion shows, workshops, field trips, lectures, demonstrations, and classroom discussions, the girls gained practical knowledge in each area of study. gym l LIBRARY 'Miss Celene lfhippsg a most effici'ent'librlarian and as I . , .valuable faculty member, ,provided recent periodicals., - current 'publicarions,iand H other vital? materials' for thei 'i students use. She was also responsible fbr all audio-visual s equipment and 'materialsllnlladrlition ro. herrluties as. ' librarian, Miss 'Phipps served as sponsorofi the Library - Club. l'.- V . f . 1 Miss4Phipps finrls arranging rheA.card',caralog'a time-ccnsyuming part cf. 5, 4. herlrbraryylwork. j A Kb Q W K MISS CE LENE PHIPPS' M. Ed., University of A Virginia ' ' Librarian Myra Montgomery finds Miss Phipp's careful organization helpful in locating library materials. - ' Faculty ,.... 15 M TAHEMATICSA NTOIMMY EARLBDALTON ' A . MRS.WKATHLEEN J. HILLMAN S. East Tennessee State University B. S. Radford College ' ,Mathematics A ' .V ' Mathematics -The Mathematics Department offered five areas of study. They were generalimath, Algebra .I and II, geometry and advanced mathematicsq t These courses prepared students for college or technical schools. The stu- dents Were taught the most modern techniques by teachers who were up- toldate yviththe newest concepts of' modern mathematics. 'V ' . MRS. MELBA KNOX B. S. Radford-College Mathematics R RALPH Morzrus BV. S. Emory. and Henry College . Mathematics U Mrss LINDA MAE MORTON . J MIKE STEWART WATSON ' .X B. CS, Radford College' , B. S. Milligan College V Mathematics ' V ' U , N Mathematics y A V i Mr. Dalton explains the basics of graphing in advanced mathematics. V ' Using a prism, Miss Morton illustrates an important concept. of solid geometry r 16 ..... Faculty Wa 2f755-..,...W:L.man .WA A W., .... , PHYSICAL EDUCATIO I MISS JANICE F. GREEAR B. S. Radford College Physical Education 'Sir' fw' ' ,. . 2 MISS NANCY P. HOWARD B. S. Radford College Physical Education Biology ., sc, ta. W was ,Q Mr. Williams points out the importance of defensive driving to students Bob McAllister and Phillip Cardwell. MR. JOE G. WILLIAMS A.B. Shaw University Physical Education MR. RONALD G. QUESENBERRY B.A. Pan American College Physical Education, World Geography All eighth, ninth, and tenth grade students in physical education classes learned the importance of sound health habits and physical fitness. Students learned the basic fundamentals of such sports as bowling, soccer, basket- ball, volleyball, and softball. Through these sports, stu- dents learned the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship. Basic exercises helped students to improve physical fitness and coordination. First aid, drivers' educa- tion, and human physiology were units studied in the classroom. Miss Greear finds classroom discussion as stimulating as outdoor activity in many of her classes. I N Faculty .,... 17 Mrs. Anness shows Patricia Hawks how to weigh out chemicals. Science involves collecting facts, observing, and conducting research in a systematic approach to the solution of problems. The Science Department aptly provided understanding in these essential require- ments, as it offered to the students excellent opportunities to prepare for more advanced studies in specific fields. Major science courses provided students with basic knowledge in the fields of biology, chemistry, and physics. These involved microscopic study, chemical analysis, and work with physical components. MRS. VERDIE M. HOLT MR. ARCH D. SCHOOLEY B.S., High Point College A.B., Emory SL Henry College Science Biology I, Biology II i K A 'fziiezff-:. .. . - 1, :wi ' 1 i .Q a 'X . M . 1 . . , N se Q'g 18 ..... Faculty li atv ite MRS. CAROL B. ANNESS MR. ROBERT TERRY FRIEND B.S., Georgetown College B.S., V.P-I- Biology, Chemistry Science Mr. Schooley tells a friend about bone structure. -l I i ca Mr. Fariss explains the procedure for passage of a bill through Congress to his government 1 ss. fgg MR. WILLIAM R. GARDNER, JR. MR. JOE LINDSEY M.S., Radford College B.A., Lynchburg College U.S. History U.S. Government SOCIAL SCIENCE 5 35355252 92555 Sgt ,Glass J,,a-V , FKi5 1X i ' rtiiiffef 1 we 5. :Q 5 - 5 5 .f"" . . ... - :C I . "' I I Qs ..-' A in MR. WILLIAM G. BRYANT MR. MICHAEL P. l"ARISS B.A., Emory 84 Henry College B.A., V.P.I. World History U.S. Government, Civics The Social Science Department attempted to make the students aware of state, national, and world affairs. To achieve this goal, teachers tried to instill a sense of responsibility in current affairs and the meaning of citi- zenship into each student. Students learned to appreciate not only America's heritage but also its role in world affairs. Students also learned about other countries, their citizens, and their way of life. Students also gained a practical, working knowledge of government by participating in a mock trial or a mock Congress. Coach Bryant presents a lecture about Egyptian history history students. to his world 1.-A -f ww eww wee' as Faculty ..... 19 fr ,,,, , W, t .-Af rf--0-.,, zf' ' if W ., " V 1- I if main., Mrs. Horton demonstrates correct typing naons. si Q A - K 3? .i Q -A an V' as fs' 55 if jg.: if sf 91, MRS, LETTIE M, HORTON MISS MARGARET A. JONES B.S., Radford College M.E., V.P.I. Typing, General Business Typing, V.O.T Miss Jones instructs Pam Mayes in the use of the dictaphone. The following subjects were offered to students in the vocational department: typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, general business, office practice, vocational office training, agriculture, the trades cluster, industrial cooperative training, and distributive education, Students enrolled in any phase of these vocational subjects gained a knowledge of and practical experience in the world of business or agriculture. Students were prepared to enter a career upon graduation or to seek a higher education. Many college-preparatory students also found a course in personal typing to be very beneficial. Mrs. Spraker helps Barry Fayne use the adding machine to work a bookkeeping crosswork puzzle. K E, , NW-..f fitlff 0 I f 1 20 ..... Faculty MRS. REXENE D. SPRAKER B.S., Radford College Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Personal Typing A Ri TRAINING 4 l V . :. We: .. F :sf Q55 as V V . mx hifi. K . Q -,wgmx , -gf. ,ki J X Miss Jones drills her second year typing stu- ients in series of numbers. Gary Carter listen. 'wi-"" demonstrates how to stress the selling points of a suit while Mr. Jones and his classmates MR. THOMAS L. JONES, JR. B.S., Atlantic Christian College Distributive Education MR. J. R. PHIPPS M.S., Radford College l.C.T. Mr. Phipps shows Phyllis Fortner the proper care of audiovisual equipment. Faculty ..... 2 l -4 4 . .r5r1iw.'fiwfwszA ,'5:5g'X'zzi?E IQYHQV f ,.,. .fr,,f. Y -ffm. A ,afar l t , 5 H J f wk if ,K its 2 VOCATIONAL TRAINING M-1.,,,.,,. Mr. Reavis lectures his class about working with sheet metal. N W2 5:9 1 .W -In -. , , , Nw. I . , ,gs sg t .,.,. , s ,. . . -Iam.: .. . . x K .Q ' 1 R ,,: ' f f 1, .e..i A MR- MASTON STANLEY , Trades Cluster l A The trades cluster students learn the principles of masonry from Mr. Stanley, 22 ..... Faculty MR. HOWARD T. REAVIS MR. E. J. RICHARDSON B.S., V.P.I. V.P.I. Agriculture Agriculture x in I., I Mr. Richardson instructs Joe Reeves in the use of a drill press. Nm 5 . R 1 Q I E + 1 4 -N as lk . ,E w A M 3: if " RN X fi 6 bggggtf 3 -f,. 7 55 ' .3 'ig ggixgwg ':.: ,1 x ng :Q L rk fggvgw Higgiif ' -,' in i -.,., x 2 255 I 1 ,. ' 'X -' f if ig X kgg,, 3 5 Sw 1: f gi 5 -xt , f' i S :' 2 Ag, .. 1 Q SQ ? N gif'-.?+ 1 ' x f :y- if M, N. N K 1 :Y k F s 5' Q' 5 3 X Q QA 1: - wxmQf . .Q w Z 5 y-ww' SENIOR ma V W W agiq SENIOR SPONSOR Mr. Michael Fariss Mrs. Helen Galyen .xwr SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Mike Boyer, Presidentg Bobbie Cochran, Vice-presidentg Phyllis Cardwell, Secretaryg Terry Frazier, Treasurer. 24 ..... Seniors f. ' iiffigg . Sklar, .. C A RMA S 353 Simi: 51 esiirzi 3 Q Q 'S Qsiksryssrg its as Miss Louanna Hamm Mrs. Verdie Holt Mr. Ralph Morris Miss Pamela Richardson CLASS MOTTO "Let us learn from the past, to profit by the present, and from the present to live better for the future." CLASS FLOWER Daisy CLASS COLORS Yellow and White MANY SENIORS PREPARE . . . ASHBY CLAY ALDERMAN VALTER GLENN ANDREWS, Ill GARY SCOTT BALL ARD ,EBECCA HALL BARTLETT BERCINIA FAYE ANDERSON ,W si? f , ASHBY CLAY ALDERMAN GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Band 1, 2, Sgstageband 2, 3: Pep Band l, 2, 3,Carroll-Galnx Concert Band 4, ETSU Stlgeband Clinic 4. ' BERCINIA FAYE ANDERSON GHS 2, 3, 4, 55 Chorus 4: FHA 'ZQGAA 2, 3. WALTER GLEN ANDREWS, ill K H Rock Hill Academy 1, 2, 3,1388 4, 5: Hometoom Treasurer 1, sglfrench Club 2, 33 Monogram V, ,V Club 4: JV Football I, 2, 3: 25 Track 4, 5. L,R:',, 1,9 ,L'-,: 1 V , - if, Qffll RL'R QBARBARAJEAN xm142112114iaff5Ei?'l1'1A LRV' - ,NR E 'O l RRRL'A 'AALRA'A f A cus 31, z, a, 4, ls, an c1msl4f,i'iga,g.x,fbmy emu 2: FHA 4, A LL,iLLL,AL 3, GARY scorr BALLARD ' 'RR R fl? E A 171' GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, SQVHOMCTOUIIKKSQCSUYAIY I, 2, 3, 4:'l'reasurer Sz Foaxbxll 1,1 V Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4, 55 I V Basketball I, 25 Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Track 2, French Club 2, 33 Key Club 4, Alkbistrict Quarterback 5, Varsity Club 4, 5, Treasurer 5: Senior Superlative, Most Popular. SANDRA LEE BARKER WHS IQ GHS 2, 3, 4, Sgllomeroom Secretary 5gC.0. Club 4. S3 GAA 2, 3. REBECCA HALL BARTLETT GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5:1-Iomeronni Prvsldent lg French Club 3, D.E. Cltilrff, 5. -"' JHOMASGREYBART,L???if?BTF334121- f - -,-,'1, ' . . . ' , ,GHS 2- 3. 4- S2 54 Fmnch Clublfi2a?ea51li5lLSsfvarsity Club 4, 54 3, 2, 35 Varsity EqqKQg1gg5lg55igi3'yfbnskelball2:Varsi35gg:q1,,iQ A . , 5. - ',.--,'1 Z "R:-' I 'rR'R'l --'r V '1'11 V' 'SANADRA LYNN BEAMER57f'l1fQlEff5?i lli. I "l'1'.' ffQif7f'1'7'O A GHS 2, 3, 4, S, French Ctubi, S: 4: GAA 2, 3, Senior Superiarive, Most Athletic. norm uswsr. BILLINGS A' A GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: GAA 1, 2, 3: Pep Squad 1, High Notes 2. SUSAN CARLETTE BOLT Jefferson HS 2, 3, 45 GHS 5: ILE. SQGAA 2, 3 3 FHA 34 FTA 4: Acorn Reporter 2. AVERY EUGENE BOWERS k 'k'L . GHS 2, 3, 4, S3 FFA 2, 4, Football 3, 4, 5. 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VIRGIL COLE BRO TO Y MICHAEL BRYA T JOHN HE RY BRYSO KENNETH MICHAEL BURNETT MICHAEL EDWARD BOYER HERM DEWAY E BRO 26 ..... Seniors JOSEPH MICHAEL BURRIS PHILIP DEA BU ETTE is JO Ll EBERRY BUTCHE A .. K gw,x.1,.g,,,, . 1 M .A r x g., .. - iiz, ' ab -. 3 9' PHYLLIS EDNA CARDWELL PHYLLIS RAYE CARICO i KATHERINE JANE CARTER . 'I Si. EDDIE RAY CHAMBERS N CAM E5 5 BETTY ANN CARICO ROBERT THOMAS CARSON, JR. MICHAEL GRAY CARTER EARL RAY CHOATE . . THEIR EDUCATIO PHYLLIS EDNA CARDWELL ' , GHS I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Homeroom President 2, Vice-President 3:Senior Class Secretary, GAA 1, 2. 33 . I-,Representative 2: SCA Welfare Commlttee Chairman 4: Beta Club 3, 4, French Club 4, S, Lgtiu A club 2, 3, Galax Leaf 2, Knowledge l4,,g5,,An Editor 4, Edna:-in-chief 5, vmny Cana l lyfliveerleader 2, 3, Varsity Cheerleadeg,j,'9?g,Qj5Q:fCo-Captain 5, Virginia Girls' SIBfBiH0!!l9C0'l'l'lIl2Xfig.j1 VLV, ,"'- ' '53uurtgDutstanding Seniors!-ienihnr Supetlggi5ie,f,M3:xsz.'011ginal. A ,V 'Qi.,fi,1fi,ii2,f"5' CARICO V , ,k:.k - ,Vk- nk - , , .V GHS 2, 3. 4, 5: GAA 2. 3: Library Chr!-mg ,,RV, i jj ",,. V , V P1-wnxls RAYE cAR1co I 'ff RC TARE A GHS I, 2, 3, 4, 51 liomeroom Treasurer lzllinowledp Knoll 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, Library Club 4, Chorus 4, 5,Treasurer 4. ROBERT THOMAS CARSON, JR. GHS 2, 3, 4. S4 Horneroom Secretary-Treasurer 2, Golf Team 3, 4, 5. MICHAEL GARY CARTER GHS l, 2, 3, 4, S, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5:Presidex1! 5: DE Club 4, 5, Parlismentarian 5, KATHERYN JANE CARTER GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Homeroom Vice-President 5: Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Head Librarian 33 Secretary 45 All .County Band 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Music Club S5 GAA 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 3, Maiorette 4, 5gGalnx Leaf s. EDDIE RAY CHAMBERS I lSlf!S2.,3,4,S:DE5sFFA2,3,4. , M RAY CHOATE A 711 A"" 1 A'E'A - ' 1, us nr. 2, 3,45 GHS 2, aww: 211V aww: 1ifg0q,,1g.-4, ,,V-L V , RERA MAAR 3 Sdhuzkmou cocnaml ARAA aliai RAAE AARAA f TRRARR ARARRC I '.'A 1, iz, 3, 4, sg Homeromn 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, Reporter 2, Treasurerq'3: "'- . 1, 2, 3, 4, Sz Secretary 33 'Vice4i'reii6s:1i5',1l5Ma,iofette 3, 4, S, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, Homecoming Oueemyskievi Queen, Senior Superlative, Best Looking. I I IACKIE ANN COCKERHAM h GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, Si GAA 1, 2, 33 PSP S4886 11560308 Club 2, 3, 4, 55 Band I, 2, 3, 4, SQ FTA 3, 4, ,Sz Treasurer 4, French Club 4, Mnjorette 4, 5: Knowledge Knoll 4, 5: Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Sz Emi Class Musicianship Award. MARY ANN COLEMAN , GHS I, 2, 3, 4, 5, GAA 1, 2, 3: Library Club HFHA 2, 3. 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Seniors -12: f-f-'- ,1w f1,,,1ff, 22--22 2,:2,12, -2-2-- 2-22- 12 2--2 1 1,1,,1 22-2, h-S22,'ff5i11ii 2 1,,, 1 ,,1, , 2 1w':2-::f,,1fF,Q22-??2-if'--:H 12: THOMAS LEE COX ISAAC GREELEY CRUISE, JR. HARRY FRANKLIN CUMMINGS DOUGLAS ARTHUR DAVIS SIDNEY SHERMAN DAVIS, JR. SYLVIA ANN DAVIS THELMA MAE DAVIS BARBARA HOPE DIAMOND MARY LEE DIAMOND RONALD WAYNE DIAMOND iw Www .- :we - M Q:ss'ffPf5i155'1fv--I A fz. 1- , epsgisgiafifisggsg LINDA FRANCES DONITHAN DENNIS RAY EAST BARRY DENNIS FAYNE MARY PAMELA FENDER PHYLLIS JANE FORTNER TERRY GAIL FRAZIER . . . TO E TER VARIOUS MARY LEE DIAMOND L . GHS 2, 3, 4, 5: GAA 2, 3: FHA 3, 3: DO Club 4, 5: Secretary 5, RONALD WAYNE DIAMOND GHS l, 2, 3, 4, 5: l-lomeroom Treasurer 3, President 5: Beta Club 3, 4, S, SCA S: Outstanding Senior: Senior Superlltive, Most Intellectual. LINDA FRANCES DONITHAN ' GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, S: Homeruomffreasurer 2, GAA I, 2, SQDE Club 4, sfrreasunr 4: President 5, f .sm c1ub4,s,Ga1nxLeafsgscAs. , 3 , nnums an EAST I, ,,I,E I ,,-- gi Inni 51 i - , J gf ,,', ,,',,,. G HS i, 2, 3, 4, Sa Homeroorni--Vice'Presidant 34 President Qyxeyyllclubr ag French Club 2, 3: H ,'I,-:'h Varsity Club 4, 5: Foothallfigl-ISI 'Football 2, 3, .W Basketball Zfifarskity Basketball 3, 4, 5: SCA ' ' 5,4. A 5 I ' BARRY DENNIS FAYNE GI-IS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Science Club 2, 3, 4, 5: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 55 FTA 3, 4, 5: SCA 5, Scrapbook Chairman 5, Beta Club 5, Knowiedp Knoll 4, 5, Photographer sg Art Editor 5, Virginia Boys' State. MARY PAMELA FENDER GHS 2, 3, 4, 5: Band 2, 3, 4, 52 Head Librarian 4, Homeroom Secretary 4, Music Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 4, French Club 3, 4: Knowledp Knoll 2, 3, 4: Galax Leaf S4 Business Editor S, Beta Club 4, S: FTA 2g GAA2, 3. PHYLLIS JANE FORTNER V, ' L V S '1',1,, 1'-BHS 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, GAA.I,A3j,f3fjht136 1k,.2, 3: Library Club 3: ECI-5,-5,Qg,2resident 5Q Reporter 4. l, 2, 3, 4, 5: GAA Club 3, 4, 55 Science Sfrreasurer 3, 43 FTA '12, 3, 4, S: Treasurer 3: Pr:sidekti'f4:Historlan 5: Beta Club 4, Sgfinltit 5:KnowIedge Knoll S3 - . SCA 4, 5: Clubs Chairman 5: Senior Class Treasurer: Virginia Girls' Stateg Beta Honor Cert lticate 3: Invitations Chairman JR-SR. Prom, Student Director One-Act Play 4, 2nd place Voice of Democracy 5, Senior Superlative, Most Likely to Succeed. PATRICIA ANN GALLIMORE GHS I, 2, 3, 4, 5, GAA I, 2, 3: Library Club 2, 3, Beta Club 4, 5. JILL PRESTON GALYEAN GHS I, 2, 3, 4, 5:1-lomemom Vicefresident 2, President 3,GAA 1, 2, 3, FHA 5, Knowledge Knoll 2, 3: Galax leaf 3, 4, Music Club 3, 4, 52 High Notes Music Club 1, 2, Beta Club 4: French I Club 3, 4, 5, Varsity Club S: IV .Cheerleader 2, 3: Captain 3,,Varsity Captain 5, Outstanding 1 Swim :Senior Superlative, Mootsohool Spirit, Decorations Chalrmglijk-SR Prom: SCA 3, 5. 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Seniors WILLIAM WINFRED LONG JANICE ROBERTS LUNDY PAMELIA ANN MAYS SANDRA GAIL MCBRIDE VAN BURWELL MCCARTER MICHAEL ROBERT MCKENZIE REGINA CHERYL MCKNIGHT VIRGIL LEE MCMICKLE LAYTON DARRELL MCMILLAN CHARLES WILLIAM MILLNER 49? JERRY RICHARD MINK LINDA SUE MITCHELL . . . SE IOR ACTIVITIES VAN BURWELL MCCARTER GHS I. 2, 3, 4, 52 Key Club 4: Beta Club 4, 5: Football 151V Football 2, .IV Basketball 24 Golf 2, 3, 4, 53 Most Valuable Player 4, Galax Leaf 5 3 Senior Superlative, Most Original. MICHAEL Mc KEN ZIE GHS l, 2, 3, Q, S: I-lomeroom President 54 Key Club 43 French Club 2, 3: Varsity Club 59 Varsity Baskilflilili 41151-Yn?SRy Football 53 Track 4, 5: JV Basketball 2, 3g Most Valuable Player 334111 in m .Meet 4g Upward Bounds Beslidlnlfkrpund Athlete: Utin Award for Perfect A CGflfvfiffiiiisttesitfdl1SHPtPf"H"'- MOS' Cwvmfive- Alll .HEA Q 2 llll A A if S S 1 RAEAH l NALA I President z, 42 viae.Preayg1Q:tt GM 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 4, sg l'resltieltl?f5Qt1fbIIgh:Notes 2, 3: Secretary 3: Band 1, 2, 354,55 Librarian lg Reporter 2, Head Miivftfli? 35'.il1:Q1S?ifSCA 2, 4, S3 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 4: French Club 4, S: Galax Leaf 3: Kflnll 21 Beta Club 4, 5: One Act Play 4: Best All Around Band Student 3: Allfstatc Baht! 4: All County Band 43 Homecoming Court Maid of Honorg Outstanding Seniorg Senior Superlative, Most Popular. VIRGIL LEE MCMIC KLE GHS I, 2, 3, 4, 5: FFA 1, 2, 3: DO 4. mutamr cuvton mmu.AN GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, SQHOUIGIDOII1 Vice-President I: Football lg JV Football 2, DO Club 5. CHARLES wilgunm Mirnx-mn GHS 2, 3, 4, S5 Football lgCi!izenship Awasdg I V Football 2g Varsity Football 3, 4, 54 Mon vgtu612'ziW!M,,Awaru 4g nmmtmu xg Mon Valuable ,Player Awardg All-District Humax , sbs sg Aunmracl Def, BaekA..5g,senem superlative, Mlm Athletic, E A S Q -ito F45 1 ltt,1 .-" S TI A mul' 4- ., l GHS 1, 2553, 1, 2, 3g French Club 44 Beta Club 4, 5: Upward Bound 4, 5, asamcm Noonan GHS 2, 3. fl S:-,GAA 2, 3: Homeroom Treasulef 2, Vice-President 4g President 5: French Club 3, 45 Beta Club 4, SCA 5, HARRY TODD MORRIS GHS 1, 2. 3, 4, 5G Key Club 4g Varsity Club 4, Sg .IV Basketball 3gVarsity Basketball 4, SQ Track 3, 4, 53 BC!! Club 5. DENNIS CLASRK NEWMAN GHS I, 2, 3, 6, SQ!-lomeroom Secretary 4: FFA S. EVERETT NEWMAN, J R. ?HS l, 3, 3, 4, 5: French Club 2: Football 1: IV Football 2, 3: Co-Captain 3, Track was-4, at X ALAN CARL MONTGOMERY REBECCA LYNN MOORER -Q .instant-1 - S , Q -W 'Q' HARRY TODD MORRIS EVERETT ELWOOD NEWMAN, JR Seniors ..... 33 GRADUATIO BRINGS . . . adv 'moms NlcuoLs . 3, 4,5g 2, 3, 4, 5, Reporter Zgsentinel 4, 'freamror S, Nomm I ,Q . , 3, 4, 5, French Club 2, 3g Key Clxxbj4gBqt3l,Ci1ill,6:Vaxsity Club 5. IV Football 3, JV Savmify rfo0fua114, 59 vmaly , , oswlws 1 Z if I A 5 MGM 1' 2' 32 MMP RCW 1' I Qvmsv A ' A Z lllll jg ll l ' I 4, SQ Knewladge Knoll Ss Stine 3, 5. lll ll 5 lS,'w UNE PARSONS A l ll ' 3, 4, sg ma Club 4, FFA 1, 2, sg rv msxawxla. I ' A lll' HOLEN rA'rroN, Jn. I I'GHS2,3,4,5:FFA2,3,4,SgSecu:tary5. - 'ammr xamoun PAYNE ' GHS 2, 3, 4, 5, DE Club 44 FFA 2, 3, 43 Football lglvlost Athletic Award. Mums 'moms mum' I 1, 2, 3, 4, 5g Homeroom Secretaxy 21Key Club 431V Football 2, JV Baseball 2, 3gSunior "'siB1SBfIliIY8,IilGMCO!l3CDIII. 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THE CHALLENGE OF TED JEFFERSON QUESINBERRY GHS I, 2, 3, 4, 5g Homeroom Vice-President Ig D0 Club 4, 59 Parlkmentarian 45 Reporter 5g Football lg JV Football 2, ' MONTAGUE TODD RECTOR, IR. GHS 2, 3, 4, 5: FFA 3,4, 521181701181 5. ' wxwm mnow RECTOR I A GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 FFA 2, 33, 5, A DAVID GENE REEVES A GHS 1, Z, 3, 4, SQJFFA 2, 3,-4, 5. -'QE '-,'. 1 ,-,'.E 1 h'.'. 5 'Q f GHS 112f3sfw ji I I ' I A ARI 1352? EILR gi 3 Q E I I S 1:53, JA,,1a 33s,f3f4x5'i"13i'?d,1 L 3, 3x.4.,5s.,SGf8NHf'G??'5F!9?S'?9?i1-If Majgrtiib s,QQ, 's,pBeu c:uu,4,-5:1-mmawmmg mum' eLAKBEYaoaEi119gj OEO fjfffi5fg,fQ,f5IfQQf REEL f I E I A ' I A ons 2, 3, 4,A51Keyiltub,4g1Ere5c3i'hGixB143-'GoffTeam 2, 3. 4. sg vanity emu s. nwvma um aoninsrsfi I L 'IIE Q I E l GRACE CULLEN ROBINSQN Q I L f GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, 54 GAA 1, 2, Sgifkzmdmoom Secretaty lg'l'reasurer 2, High Notes 25 Music Club 3, 4, 53 Gahx Ulf 3, -hxnowiedge-Knoll Sq SCA Buiiatin Board Chairman 44 Alternate Cheerieadex 5: Outstanding Senior. 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SANDRA DIA E SAYERS M if 'S 11-,fi A ' J' 1-' . - 12 1' 3 SANDRA GALE SLATE 36 . . . Seniors 51? 81 LITHIA FAYE SHA ANNY GRAY SMITH GRETTA S E SMITH ROBERT M0 ROE SMITH, JR. JA ES ARTH RSPI EY,JR. - DEBRA DIANNE TAYLOR LEWIS MO ROE SMITH CLARENCE JUNIOR SPARKS JERRY ROYCE STO EMAN GLORIA PATRICIA TAYLOR . . . TO THE GRADUATING CLASS 1 CHARLES PRESTON TRENT PATRICIA ANN TRUITI' Will' VANITTA YVONNE TUCKER CATHY ELIZABETH VASS . . ..-. - mf' Q... 5 RALPH MITCHELL VAUGHAN TERESA HENRIETTA VAUGHN f 83 . U' I 'kk ir ELIZABETH CAROLYN WAGONER MICHAEL JAMES WILLIAMS CHARLES PRESTON TRENT GHS 2, 3, 4, Sal-Iomeroom President lg FFA 2, 3, 4, S. PATRICIA ANN TRUITT ' I I ,GHS 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 33 Latin Clabifgkji mum-. vovzfnirii 'ruczcrm I 77' GHS 1. 2, 3, 4,,S:Fep Squad 2. CATHY ELIZABETH VASS GHS l, 2, 3, 4, 5: Homeroom President 1, 3: Vice-President Zglinowledp Knoll 3g French Club 2, 3, 4, S, High Notes 23 Music Club 3, 4, S: Reporter 3: President 4, District Secretary 5: Beta Club 3, 41VlCE-Pttsidenf 4gSCA 1, 3, 4,,5x Publicity Chairman 45Treasurer 5, Galax Leaf 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Band 3, 4: Varsity.-Cheerleader Qglyliss Maroon Tide 5: Venice of Democracy 3, Beta Club ,Asvard 1, 2s AIYQQQIQQG Delegate zu Gilflsfqsrpfeg Homecoming cam, Outstanding Sealer. RALPH MITCHELIJ VAUGHAN I , "I,I'-" '- I I I I I GHS2,3,4,5:FFA'3,4,5. , TERESA HENRIETTA VAUGHN GHS I, 2, 3, 4, S, Homeroom President 2, Vice'Presiden! kg GAA l, 2, 3: High Notes 2, Vice-President 2: Music Club 1, 3, 4, 53 SCA 2, 3, 4, 5: Secretary 3: Vice'President 44 President 5: Gallx leaf 2: Knoll 3: Varsity Club 54 Secretary 54 Latin Club 2. 3: French Club 4, 55 Beta Club 3, 4.51331 Cheerleader 2.,,3: Col-Captain 34 Vargityi Cheerleader 4, 5,1-lgrnefcoming Court: Outstaaydjgrgyniors Alternate ,tq,Q3rls' State: Senior Smgfigrfgtive, Most Congenietg ,,',, I ELI-ZABETH WAGONERS '-:' - Q lrl' 1 "f" T' A E' 'GHS 2. a, 4, sz 2, 31Homeroom'l're5idem 4, sg FHA 2, sg FTA sg French cm sq Library Club Sz Science C!ui1,S3 SCA 4, 5, Galax Leaf 5: Homecoming Comm Maid of Honor, RONALD DEAN WAR? GHS 2, 3, 4, S, FFA 25 DO Club 4, .IV Baseball 2, 3: JV Football 35 Varsity Football 4, S5 Varsity ambau 4. . PEARHARA LEKWSSKTHERMAN I Q'1fi,Qi.fQ'I.. Tug was 1,2 a Q, s:GA.e.1 2 a Liwaryrcwhrrafma 3 4 ssrfemma s-Docnuzrisffg 'AIIA I .IA. I , , 1 Q, , 1 .iI,, iA,, . 1 r . .4 V, ,"i, ' , , '3i?nifEf'Q1aIcuAEL1AmES'liiii1igLiAMs I I GHS 1, 2, 3, 4, S: Football lg JV Fooibali 2, 3,: JV Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball 4, SgTrack 4, 5: 3rd Place District Relay. RICHARD ALLEN WILLIAMS GHS l, 2, 3, 4, S? iiitin Club 3:FoolhalI13Goll' 3. oomua sus wrgsqu ,ge ,,,, ,CCILV A pus 1, 2, a, -:,fsg5g:ig5A 1, 2, ag FHA cm s. RONALD DEAN WARF BARBARA LEE WEATHERMAN RICHARD ALLEN WILLIAMS DONNIE SUE WILSON Seniors ..... 37 OF 1970 K LARRY WILSON MICHAEL CLAYTON WILSON Youth, seeking the knowledge by which new worlds are challenged, Gratefully accepting the guidance of those advanced beyond its scope of knowledgeg The guidance that exists to guide, to direct the dreams of youth, Youth searching for self-identity that will strengthen through a service to others, and a faith in life, A sincere dedication to work that will broaden horizons of understanding, Striving to condition the body to meet the challenge of today, Youth, alert, in the pursuit of excellence Confidently hoping to realize, finally, that impossible dream. Pam Hale 38 ..... Seniors SANDRA KAY WILSON DORIS ANN WISELY fx fe it-it VALEDICTORIA SALUTATORIANS CITIZENSHIP 2 SALUTATORIAN: TERRY FRAZIER SALUTATORIAN: TERESA VAUGHN Bonnie Kane received the honor of Valedictorian of the class of 1970. Her outstanding achievement in all areas of her high school life have enabled Bonnie to secure this high recognition. Two capable students share the title of salutatorian this year. Terry Frazier and Teresa Vaughn have been awarded this title for their distinguishing efforts throughout their high school careers. GRACE ROBINSON MIKE MCKENZIE R R I DARE YOU DIANE HARRISON DAVID PETTY 3 TERESA VAUGHN RONALD DIAMOND Grace Robinson and Mike McKenzie are recipients of the citizenship awards for the class of 1970. Both of these students have displayed outstanding character in their pursuit of excel- lence. The l Dare You awards have been given to two very deserv- ing young people Y Diane Harrison and David Petty. Having fulfilled each goal to the best of their ability, these students have shown themselves to be very worthy of this honor. The DAR and SAR awards go to Teresa Vaughn and Ronald Diamond. Good citizenship, loyalty, patriotism, and leadership are the characteristics which each winner must possess in order to be worthy of this honor. 39 GREG HALE - drum major of the Galax High School Bandg president of the Science Club. BRENDA COX - president of the FTA, trea- surer ot' the Beta Club, remarkable in -,W , Vi0VWVZW"Q'f7f?'i've's:.t 'W ' C C ,W - fi 1' 4 4? . t 'f We E 1 ' 'mf W 523,05-I if jx' L 'A W '-"' 1' 4 . 2 at 'wa w 2:Q,, Qu '.,g,,?Z f 'I. ,, fr ' ?! f?L15,AfZij,gQ?g'Tl . f, , M 12' w - 4 mwwf-r""'WM,.Wm it jf ff, H .af w"'wl2,iQ7' ' " ' vEfW"i'-a'.M , 2' ' ' , -' mgffltf, 7 .I , 'f' i ef. ti f J! W ,,,,,,,, M,a..W.,,.,i,.T 'J 1 ' f Mfr .M 'W""'ew W . r.,,. H 'ff5,i5":f'QW':QL1f'j"5gV:V'fff., , G ' 'jf ,X f , Q fn , t, , H A"e 1' . ff tif: fwf i f M 1 X7 " .15L,aez,.sa1h2,5p2fwg'.1511 Y , Q, M'-H sf an ffff J , My mmf N-'ca 'K 3 rQ5Y292ffsv5?z!i.1Wai? f-wwf.:,mu'rp-'kim-w,'fUT"1veiHfV -- Srrszwzufwf Wr?EEs2?tWyft,1z'ml7ffzw.'mt5'msrL PHYLLIS CARDWELL -- editor of the KNOWLEDGE KNOLL, active in cheerleading, outstanding in academics. Outstanding seniors were screened from the top twenty-five per cent of their class by a vote of the faculty and then chosen by popular vote of the senior class. They have shown certain qualities of leadership that qualify them for this honor. Each has been active in academics as Well as in extracurricular activities and their fellow classmates have recognized them as potential leaders. UTSTA DING RONALD DIAMOND - homeroom president, outstanding in scholarship. CATHY VASS - Miss Maroon Tide, trea- surer of the SCA, outstanding in scholar academies. ship. TERESA VAUGHN - president of the SCA, active in cheerleading, a well-known leader and scholar. v BONNIE KANE - president of the Beta Club, literary editor of the KNOWLEDGE KNOLL, prominent in scholarship. sv - sf GRACE ROBINSON - notable in extra-curricular activities, unusual achievement in academies. REGINA McKNIGHT - president of the Student Music Club, Head Majorette of the Galax High School Band, proficient in academics. MIKE BOYER - president of the Senior Class and of the Varsity Club, active in athletics, outstanding in scholar- ship. CAROLYN BOYER - president of the Latin Club, treasurer of the FTA, unusual achieve- ment in academics. JILL GALYEAN - captain of the Varsity cheer- leaders, outstanding in extracurricular activities. n.. Wh I E i 17 NQIRY. 'O if QT O , i 'I t F-TLS f . .: fig' . I - t or it I I I ffmaa, A p A 3155.55 :Q ,- 4 A Qi! L Q A V .-, Mfg-iff A, , ' , ,gf A f W or 1 . 1- - 4 SKI, sf ' 1 - '. ' Q ., ,1 Air, " r -T lf' N- H 1 -,,4 - af k,. jx, ' :QQ , "': '- ' 3, ' js A ' ' ' f ,X I V' .1 QUDIP1 AN t o 'Q 2 3 f 1, ,k two 4 t, BOYS' A GIRL ' STATE This year, as in previous years, out- standing students from the rising senior class were selected by the faculty mem- bers to represent GHS at Boys' and Girls' State. This program, sponsored by the American Legion and its auxiliaries, was designed to cultivate in young citizens a greater appreciation of state and nation. Through participation in model state and local governments, these students gained additional insight into the mechanics of government and the qualities necessary to be a good citizen. This year's theme, 'tService, not Selff' was in evidence throughout the week, as the participants realized that democrary, patriotism, cooperation, discipline, and, most of all, service to others were im- portant factors in the lives of good citi- zens. Delegates chosen for Boys' State were Barry Fayne, Jeff Hanks, and Robin Smith. Phyllis Cardwell and Terry Frazier were chosen as delegates to Girls' State with Teresa Vaughn and Cathy Vass as alternates. Phyllis Cardwell was elected Senator from her city. 42 ..... Seniors Suu. FIRST ROW: Cathy Vass, Alternate, Teresa Vaughn, Alternate. SECOND ROW: Terry Frazier Phyllis Cardwell. THIRD ROW: Jeff Hanks, Barry Fayne. FOURTH ROW: Robin Smith. OUTSTA DING TEENAGERS OF MERICA MMM . N, K T Ely f 0 W we FW' El' 'sgggeik g iliiiii I I Teresa Vaughn, Regina Mc- Knight, and Mike Boyer were Tn nominated from GHS as Out- standing Teenagers of America. These seniors were placed in com- petition with other Virginia teen- agers for the Goverr1or's Trophy presented to the Outstanding Teenager of Virginia. The primary objective of Outstanding Teen- agers of America was to bring to the attention of the American public the positive achievements and attributes of todayis young people. Virginia Polytechnic Institute with support from the National Science Foundation, sponsored, during the summer of 1969, a Summer Science Training Program QSSTPJ in life sciences. Thirty-one high school seniors from Virginia and ten other states spent six weeks doing research related to the study of enzymes, pro- teins, and hormones. Each student also engaged in an individual research project under the direction of one of the VPl scientists. Bonnie Kane was selected to be a participant in this program, where she worked in the horticulture department. S.S.T. P. Bonnie Kane does research using plant hormones and tomato seedlings. Seniors ..... 4 3 First disbelief . . . CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS Cathy Vass and Elizabeth Cox find some limbs harder to reach than others on the senior Christmas tree. 44 ..... Seniors Then happiness . . . An enjoyable ride in the Christmas parade for Bobbie Cochran, Snow Queen. Regina McKnight adds finishing touches to seniors' contribution to the Christmas spirit at GHS. 'X S , mi,f S Mx-SP 3 ,gmd 3 VQWLQ RW W 29 L U N v ,,, CLASSES ff , 1 if M!,.f-4 1 ' A " , 41 Classes ..... 45 IORS BECOME AWARE . . . was Shannon Compton Rebecca Joines Gail Nuckolls Barbara Bell Jerry Blevins Billy Boyer Patricia Boyer Mary Britt Larry Brown Patricia Brown Paul Brown Waddell Brown Walter Bryan Teresa Bryant Danny Baumgardner Donna Byrd Bridget Carico Sharlene Calico 46 ..... Classes Donna Cooley Dennis Adams Rhodella Anderson Judy Andrews Robert Kirby Jackie Ayers Nan Ballard Susan Ballard Robbie Robinson David Beamer Glenda Beamer Barbara Bedsaul . . . OF THE NECESSITY N X x 1XiK'e-- Q- ickie Carr Linda Choate Cathy Cochran Timothy Creasy Patrick Creed Regina Dalton lsie Davis Dennis Day Voncile Diamond James Dotson Patsy Edmond Betty Jo Edwards lndy Edwards Sharon Edwards Jimmie Evans Donna Fender Joyce Fender Mary Fortner Robert Frost Jane Frost Debbie Frye Joe Funk Jack Galyean Judy Galyean Kerry Gillespie Sue Glasco Jerome Goins Margie Graham Cedella Green Willy Green Classes ..... 47 TO SET GOALS . . . A Anna Gurley Howell Hampton Joyce Hawks 48 ..... Classes Cathy Hackler Vivian Hampton Patsy Hawks David Jarvis Rocky Jennings Stan Johnson Cathy Jones James Joyce Pam Key Steve Killon Gary King Donna Kirby Linda Kirby Debbie Kirk Brenda Lane Rebecca Haga Glenn Hale Pam Hale Dennis Hall Ann Harmon Jane Harrison Lois Harrison Hurley Hash Danny Higgins Jackie Higgins Randy Higgins Sara Huff 1 ef -N - ...A D REACH Charlotte Melton Frances Mitchell HaI0ld N6lSOI1 Susan Nichols Belinda Phillips Mary Ann Poole ow 5. Myra Montgomery Mary Lynn Nuckles Larry Ramey Phyllis Leath Randy Leath Phillip Lemons Gale Leonard Nancy Leonard Sue Liddle Mary Kay Marion Shirley Martin William McBride Diane McGee Joan McQueen Suzie Meadows THESE Dennis Morgan Danny Morrison Gary Murphy Ruth Pack Doris Parks Gary Patton Linda Reeves Diane Richardson Jeff Richardson Q. 3 . R -sln Classes ..... 49 GCALS SUCCESSFULLY . . . Patricia Robinson Barbara Russell Brenda Russell Dennis Russell G. W. Shaw Gary Shoemaker Dianna Sikes Janet Skyles Robert Slayton Randall Smith Woynal Smythers Tony Sparks Charlie Stamper Harold Sutherland Jimmy Sykes Patsy Whirley Druscilla Whitt Johnny Williams Phyllis Wright Margaret Zachary 50 ..... Classes Nancy Thore Howard Truitt Elizabeth Upchurch Pam Vaught Linda Wagoner Bobby Ward Shelby Ward Linda Wensel ,mx QW? s5""" R A x -i , -. w gf ww ,B I Wk gww. xi 5 1 f 9 x tl is A YV' x'7.g V T' . Y A m . ,f , , 4 0: 4 . . s W. 'Uhr Qs fi? 'lug 'nf r Ma S . SOPHO omesv Robert Adams E s' x . X Sue Beamer Lanny Kyle 52 Classes Larry Adams David Aldred Brenda Ayers Glenda Ballard Kaye Beamer Larry Bedsaul Debra Blackburn Steve Bolt Susan Bowman Cynthia Boyer Margo Brannock Gary Brown Norma Brown Teresa Brown Karen Bunn Susie Burris Jeannie Calloway Jerry Carico Milton Carter Ouida Caudill Beverly Chambers Anthony Choate Jean Choate Robin Clark Barbara Clontz Johnny Coleman Cheryl Combs JoAnne Combs Miles Compton Billy Cook Bobby Cook lone Cowden Jeanette Cowden Audrey Cox Betty Cox Karen Cruise Brenda Crouse Susan Custer Bobby Davis Gary Davis LEAD IU IOR . . v - fu.:-fm -we S- at is wezfzagfmffki 5 I Q m I I X it 2 X S R X K 3 YSTE- Rtstgrfav P i" pn "' K ix . . . VARSITY THLETIC TEAMS Johnny Diamond Mike Diamond Jay Dickson Nancy Donithan Wilma Dotson Debbie Edwards Johnny Edwards Gail Elliot Steven Fayne Jerry Fields Nancy Funk Rebecca Gallimore Terry Galyean Sandra Goad Tommy Graham Charlotte Hale Debbie Hale Ronnie Hamm David Hampton Kenneth Hampton Mike Hampton Beverly Hanks Paul Harman Andy Harmon Danny Harrison Peggy Higgins Debbie Hoffman Kenneth Holderfield Mike Holderfield Vickie Houk Rita Hundley Jerry Isom Wanda Isom Alton Jennings Jimmy Jones Robert Kane Janice Kegley Debbie Kemp Tony Kenny Debbie Kirby Classes . . . Thomas Stanford Phillip Webb . . 53 THEIR . . . 54 ..... Classes Arthur Kyle Leon Kyle Shalva Kyle Mary Ann Laffoon Ann Leath Dixie Leonard Sylvia Lesse Priscilla Lineberry Debbie Lowe Johnny Lundy Patsy Manuel Anita Marion Nancy Martin Donna Mays Charles McAllister Tommy McKnight Kay Michaelis Diane Milgrim Cheryl Montgomery Tony Montgomery Susan Moxley Harold Mullins Judy Nelson David Nichols Sue Norman Ricky Painter Phillip Parks Lou Ann Peddy Chuck Pennington Kenneth Phipps James Pickens Mike Potter Allen Price Rita Price lfranees Rector Ricky Rector Randy Reeves Bonnie Rutherford Kathy Sawyers lfrances Shaw rte 14 - . . P - was Ma 2 "' I' -r ,v 235: .. 13, A X N ,X is was fewer rw QW R'-+11 W ...PURSUIT or vlcrokv 5 "" Wim' vii? ,3fiz'iLz'5L2l:7 ' f ' fi I V Q11 ' ' . c W f ls?" ' w ily ' H --M' 'rsffff w faaiiraw ...,, ae v j wijgzi AU M , I ,V 2 '-V f' ji, 7541 ,f -W, ,, - Nj L, -f. if I an 4 ,, j 0 , , f N- f , 3 i 'Sie , f S s EZVZV I. V L,f L, s ,:LQ, , 3 Hazel Wilson Susan Winesett Anita Wright Frank Wyatt Lowell Shell Randy Slayton Joyce Smith Dennis Sparks Dennis Stanley Betty Sturdivant David Taylor Sue Tompkins Vada Trent Bobby Vaughan Veronica Vaughan Judy Walker Donna Ward David Warf Beth Weinberry ii lteven Fayne, S.C.A. secretary, accepts the candle of service from Miss florton. Sophomore G.A.A. members carry casket of the "poor Blacksburg, Indian in the homecoming parade. Classes FRESHME TTE PT . . . Tony Anders :.a1af..:::f: zz,-rzriazsfs fiffis 4E2i52?1X??if?f7Sf?2f?l?2f5W?f - - A - M fe1Q2fie'af si sf' - H: f sl, as , .N E SS v X . ' 7 lf? N ge 2 Q X 0 .gp ,I 1 in-A' W Phillip Cardwell Regina Edwards Q 5 .. , X X as J U Melodic Adams Connie Andrews Charles Baumgardner Judy Blair Martha Bowers Debra Bullion 56 Melvin Adams Linda Ayers Larry Bcdsaul Connie Blevins JoAnn Brown Vickie Burnette . . . . . Classes Mike Anderson Sarah Bailey Ricky Bedwell Steve Blevins Jerry Bryson Linda Cain . 11.35 i '- as QI.. ww -A we -W f' 1 -2 .. - ' 1 5 9' 1 ,. nxt 1'- 5215 or Bonnie Andrews Tommy Ballard Sandra Blackbum Curtis Bowers Pandora Bryson Linda Cain Greg Carter Linda Cole Dean Cornelt Thomas Creed Linda Diamond Allen Donithan Marcia Edmonds Marsha Catron Linda Cole Curtis Cox Patricia Crouse Janice Dickens Jeff Donithan Debra Edwards Richard Clark Janie Coleman Sara Cox James Cruise John Devine Peggy Douglas Lisa lf rye Mike Cochran Ralph Combs Sharon Cox Dennis Dalton Donnie Dixon Nancy Dixon Sharon Fulton . . . TO MEET THE CHALLENGES ilph Funk :on Green arvin Hall .ith Harrison tbbie Hedrick izabeth Hill ivid Huffman Barbara Galyean Jennifer Goins Flo Guynn Phyllis Hackler Donald Handy Janet Hanks Shirley Hash Becky Hawks Patty Hedrick Bruce Herman Bill Huff Gary Huff Becky lsom Randy Jarvis X QQ 2 xx signs se AC--S. sag an 'X Gary Guynn Michael Ha mden Greg Rudy Brenda Goodson Doris Hall Dennis Harris Gary Haynes Mike Hern John Huff Margaret Jennings f f f ra K ee Vx - sk ' Q , r Q f- 1 a ' W My 1 s Y A S X jf , QQ if as F We M J an Johnson Thomas Kirby Gary Lawson Linda Lemons Dennis Mabe Bob McAllister William Joines Marcus Krejci James Lawson Greg Liddle Jimmy Manuel Dean McClean Havana? at .. 4 3 Ralph Jones Shelby Kyle Larry Lawson Debbie Lindsey Susan Manuel Richard McGee Classes ..... Gary Kirby Stanley Kyle Janet Leath Donald Lundy Dan Marlin Tony McMickle ...OF A OTHER YE R R 'Ke-f' R 33 Terry Melton Susan Norman Steven Peck Jill Poe Mike Ramey Mary Jane Robinson Don Schrader Jane Smith Judy Stuart Shirley Testerman Karen Truitt Riehie Waugh Brenda Wingate 1.106 Terry Snow Carolyn Sumners Lois Thomason Gary Tucker Greg Wilson Kathy Wright Ron Spurhn Tommy Sumner Pam Thore Connie Vaughn Jackie Wilson Rachel Zaehery 46 fs-Q.-Q HQ- ' 1 QI ' bbw- view g Tommy Stockner Mike Talley Debbie Triplett Betsy Ward Porter Wilson W. M. Jones lll QQ... a. ? '. 5, 1' f ' Q nk . X Barbara Moxley Clark Nuckolls Barry Perelman Mary Poe Jackie Rector Jesse Russell Dianna Shaw . . . . Classes Robert Moxlcy Susan Parsons Shirley Plummer Sandra Price Kathy Reeves Robert Russell Margaret Shaw Allen Nichols Joan Patton Jackie Poe Kay Proftit Sue Reeves Sharon Saunders Ricky Slayton ' 45' ,Wm-'A '. f ,, as .xt , X' - sa rx 1, 1 A . . EIGHTH GRADERS TAKE J Q! Donald Ayers Bobby Cruise Alan Lesse o Ann Caldwell luby Coleman ack Davis iallas Edwards 'erlin Gallimore was Jeff McCarter Bl-lfCh Val-Hgh! Karen Carr Cathy Carrico Claude Carson Carroll Cox Beverly Criner Karen Crouse Regina Davis Sandra Delp Brenda Dixon Barbara lfender Charlotte Frazier Rene Frazier Carl Goad Jerry Goad Dean Guynn Duane Chaffman Mary Cummings .lanie East Tony Frazier Melonie Hamden I A 1, ' ,f- ry . A M ' , Y f V, 1, if Q-3 Gary Adams Cynthia Bean Jackie Blair Jeff Brown Verl Brown - S f 4 rf C in Greg Adams Curtis Bcdsaul Mahaley Bowers Mike Brown Debra Bryant n- I .l jr f f W g if "fig gif , . 4 ' ' ., ' 7' 7 A Y 4 , ., B Q ' 7,2 i . f it X H Y er, If L r e iii 3 A , x Nona Adams Randy Bcdsaul Greg Boyer Russ Brown Denise Burnctte Sidney Baker Marsha Bedwcll Cathy Brewer Teresa Brown Susan Burnett Classes ..... 59 Lynn Bartlett Randy Bell Charles Brown Vera Brown Ralph Cain 3 Xwxi 22 FIR T STEPS I THEIR... , ,,,, , X :VV ,.. . ,A . 5 I f :Qt +73 ,f ' ,ff if Q 1. if 'I It LJ ,WWW W with ff f - ff., pf-WWW., , gg 1 'E David Hankley Danny Higgins Steve Horne Sandra lsom Dorothy Krejei Henry Harris Herbert Hash Gene Hawks Tony Higgins Claude Holderfield Columbus Holderiield Robert Huff Gary Hundley Sheila lgo David Johnson Carol Jones Linda .Iones Bobby Lambert Mark Lawrence Jeff Leath Lisa Phipps makes the Cowardly Lion come alive. x 'S ,. f' . ,WV jo Michael Haynes Dale Holdcriield Debra Isaacs Kathy King Kay Leonard John Lindamood Carl Martin Donnie Nelson Lisa Phipps Opal Ring Larry Lindsey Mike McCoy Patricia Oakley Suzanne Porter Betty Roberts Max Lineberry Marlene Lundy Bucky Melton Linda Musser Danny Painter Linda Parsons Teresa Price Mike Rankin Kathy Rutherford Hewlas Saunders ,W 60 ..... Classes . 4' by x Y M ve. Q f we f f, f f 6 fe .f 381 5 I sz' I , . A ,, , , Jack Marshall Darlene Nelson Charles Petty Steven Redd Kenneth Schaeffer " ,, Wwz' 'fjl "f - 9?',5,af,, V 4,fsifg53EiEi7 .:1,3:Z'gf1if -'iff' I Q I -.,. i , M, V I ...- ,A.: V . f , Di f W . . . PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE Es C , kE f N Susie Sells Wayne Shell Frank Sizemore Ronnie Slayton Mike Stoneman Iva Sue Stuots Robert Taylor Cynthia Tucker X Q, 1. 3 as we William Shores Lee Ann Snow Judy Stowers Regina Tucker Tony Shupe Steve Spurlin Julia Sutherland Verna Tucker sl - 2 w, gsm N W +1 Becky Sizemore Demmie Stamper Perry Taylor Sarah Vass Martha Vaughan portrays the Wizard of Oz in the Christmas parade. Karen Vaughan Martha Vaughan Vicki Vaughan Teresa Waddell Peggy Ward Barbara Wardwell Laura Waugh Margo Webb Tcrecia Webb Diane Wensel Dimple Western Kathy Williams Debbie Wilson Mike Wilson I f : s1ss::II5.. 'few' " A, -- . 1 X 1 tl sl s. in 5 r K we " i-E rrg . "wafers sim- s :azwS:.:2-,.:.: Q it X - ef ' 'M sw? is X as ...,.. . 2 Yu Q. ff .,:r.- . R l -t Classes ..... 61 PW RD BOUN V.P.l. TOP TO BOTTOM: Mike McKenzie, Glen Hale, Diane Harrison, Danny Baumgardner, Patricia Brown, Linda Mitchell, Mrs. Delle Reavis, Sponsor. During the summer Upward Bound at Virginia Polytechnic Institute is sponsored jointly by VPI and the Office of Economic Opportunity. The purpose of this program is to give students who are capable of completing college level work the opportunity to realize this potential. Rising high school juniors and seniors from this area are recommended by their principals, guidance counselors, and teachers to participate in the VPI Upward Bound program. Young high school and college teachers use extremely original, innovative approaches to teach a core academic program of English and math courses. Domestic science, music, and natural science courses are offered as electives. 62 ..... Classes Each student also participates in a well-rounded recreational program. A follow-up program of sports events, concerts, and other events is continued throughout the academic year. Galax participants this past summer were Diane Harrison, Linda Mitchell, Patricia Brown, Mike McKenzie, Glen Hale, and Danny Baumgardner. Mrs. Delle Reavis was a teacher and counselor in the program. This year's UB annual was dedicated to Mrs. Reavis for her continuing interest in the program. Mike McKenzie and Patricia Brown were elected "Most Athleticn by their fellow students. Mike McKenzie and Diane Harrison also received awards for perfect class attendance. N V' Y? K sw -QV ,.,,,,f 511 f ' Ss XL ' W an QW ,f f X , ., W vi W X X A fy y , b six 5, f' ,, " W ,, 'Lg . m j'..Bs.... 4 --V gy It wr If ...Q "sawn 'P ' L N' 3 X ,fx A E N 5 i X - Q 1. x N x x Q .kk L i X X mr A Q , J ' 11214 ,M ox Q Q ,www 90-vlww ,? SPCRT -Q ,.-li! W WM-N, fxu, COACHES: Bill Bryant and Joe Lindsey l 1 l CO-CAPTAINS: Virgil Brown and Gary Ballard V RSITY FCOTBALL Galax 32 Giles 14 Galax 12 Radford 24 Galax 6 Carroll County 0 Galax 26 George Wythe 26 Galax 25 Dublin 14 FIRST ROW: M. Boyer, l-1. Choate, V. Brown, G. Ballard, C. Joines, R. Robinson, L. Wilson, R. Slayton, T. McKnight, T. Bartlett, J. Galyean. SECOND ROW: D. Beamer, D. Petty, M. Burris, E. Bowers, D. Aldred, W. Hackler, W. Bryan, G. King, K. Hampton, L. Kyle, J. Isom. THIRD Galax 26 Christiansburg 16 Galax 27 Narrows 8 Galax 39 Fort Chiswell 6 Galax 7 Pulaski 25 Galax 7 Blacksburg 6 ROW: J. Richardson, C. Cox, P. Burnette, R. Slayton, R. Warf, M McKenzie, J. Norman, C. Millner, F. Harmon, S. Killon, D. Hampton A. Montgomery. 64 ..... Sports Security is having Mike McKenzie's protection. The varsity football team, sparked by ambition and desire, battled to second place in the New River District with a record of seven, two, and one. The team, led by all-district quarter- back Gary Ballard, defeated arch-rivals Carroll County and Dublin. Because of long hard hours of Work, the Tide finished with one of the finest seasons in its history. MANAGERS: Terry Galyean, David Warf, David Hankley, and James Pickens .,,. A qw-an , Q M.-w' dw maximi- 1-Hwy We Ss if X 5 1 5 oi 5 S X , f X 2 g -- . 2 s mf ff-if it 7 f M I gg. V Qsif Q I W 12 TOMMY BARTLETT MIKE BOYER EUGENE BOWERS VIRGIL BROWN CLIFFORD IOINES DAVID PETTY ,. SENIOR I V . v 'ew f ,tin Vw- 1 AL MONTGOMERY PHILLIP BURNETT LARRY WILSON EARL CHOATE GARY BALLARD V '39 Z , L Q,.3"fJTIf , ,WE M. 3 .sK7W,,,: vw, PL YERS , ,R ff .5 I aff IT' din I' 8 . W if YII I 5,1 'i 11,1 Qfffff U S K,-fe, 5 4 I 3 S.. M'!' iw ' QI N...-9' Baku ? 3 'if i A .ff P, WARREN HACKLER JERRY NORMAN MIKE MCKENZIE CHARLIE MILLNER MIKE BURRIS RONALD WARF 66 ..... Sports LL-DI TRICT FOOTBALL PLAYERS A GARY BALLARD, GUARD NZM, 5 .,,' x ga A ,, if "7 . , f ???6!fi A AVVI L, ' W , 45 F ia W a ag jg f F 24,5 2 ' Ji " V 42 . In wi ,A N ii .siafyi A Aw' A A L-'Am,.mQs X 4 ' VIRGIL BROWN, QUARTERBACK xgpiiki 'jk V, " I ge AF ,, E gi- f A . I 6 Q12 WARREN HACKLER, END CHARLIE MILLNER, HALFBACK LARRY WILSON, END 'I in is XI' A 'N vi u G 0 I x-8 g x , . 4 s M .af xp.. A n FIRST ROW: M. Adams, M. Hamden, R. Clark, W. Joines, G. Davis, H Mullins, T. Anders, M. Hampton. SECOND ROW: D. Martin, D. Taylor D. Stanley, S. Brown, D. Handy, J, Lawson, R. McGee. THIRD ROW. The JV's struggled to fourth place in the New River Dis- trict with a four, two, and one record. The Jr. Tide defeated first-place Radford in its first clash of the season and went on to win four straight, only to lose two straight, and tie one game with Pulaski in the last game of the season. With the help of rising freshmen next year, the JV team can look forward to an experienced lineup. G. Rudy, P. Cardwell, M. Cochran, G. Guynn, P. Webb, A Kyle G Tucker. ju lon v Rslrv Fobgfgllfllrfm COACHES: Ron Quesenberry and Tom Dalton 3 Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Radford North Surry Fort Chiswell Carroll County Wythevillc Dublin Pulaski Sports W: Verl Brown is stopped after a long gain. COACHES: Mike Watson and Joe Williams Galax 0 Radford 36 The eighth grade had a losing season but the team gained Galax 0 North Surry 22 valuable lessons in sportsmanship throughout the year. The Galax 6 Fort Chiswell 6 team played with determination in spite of persistent losses. Galax 0 Wytheville 54 Galax 6 Dublin 48 Galax 6 Pulaski 62 FIRST ROW! J. Goad, J- Lindamood, V- Gallimore, R- Sl2iYf0l1, V- Cruise, B. Vaught, R. Bedsaul, R. Brown, R. Bell, C. Martin, D. Shores Brown, G. Boyer, S. Horne, J. Neff, M. Wilson. SECOND ROW: B. D. Ayers, R. Huff, M. Rankin, G. Adams. 70 ..... Sports FIRST ROW: Mike Williams, David Beamer, Jackie Richardson, Bryson, Larry Brown, David Jarvis, Harry Morris, Robin Smith Phillip Robbie Robinson. SECOND ROW: COACH, Ron Quesenberryg Richard Webb, Mike McKenzie, Charlie Millner, Tommy Bartlett. Dec. Carroll County J an. The Varsity Basketball team showed evident skill in ball Dec. Blacksburg Jan. handling but lacked the most important skill of all - accurate Dec Giles Jan. shooting. The team behind seniors Charlie Millner and Mike Dec Pulaski Jan. McKenzie defeated arch rivals Carroll County in their first Dec Dublin Jan. game of the season. With the help of next yearis rising juniors, Jan. Christiansburg Feb Coach Quesenberry can surely look forward to a promising Jan. Narrows Feb season. Jan. George Wythe Feb Jan. Radford Feb VARSITY ASKETBALL Mike McKenzie's shot seems to be headed in the right direction. Sports . l l l Mike McKenzie shoots for two and scores! 1 969-1 970 Charlie Millner lays one up for the Tide. 72 ..... Sports Robin Smith tips the ball to start the second half. Larry Brown defends against the Blacksburg Indians. fr ff, 2 ' rfififff f VW! 5 !Z fi A MIKE WILLIAMS TOMMY BARTLETT SENIOR BASKETBALL PLAYERS S I I ROBIN SMITH CHARLIE MILLNER MIKE MCKENZIE Sports Steven Fayne attempts to score for the J,V.'s. ASKETB LL The Junior Varsity basketball team, led by Thomas Stan- ford, won its biggest victory over first-place Blacksburg. Other victories included Giles, Dublin and Carroll County. Through long hours of practice the boys worked continually in the pursuit of excellence. gl- 0 J, . ri V FIRST ROW: Lanny Kyle, Steven Payne, Dennis Stanley, Bill Huff, Bruce Herman, Tommy McKnight. SECOND ROW: Mike Hem, Tony Montgomery, Jerry Bryson, Gary Tucker, Thomas Stanford, Jimmy Jones, Ricky Rector, COACH, Tom Jones. 74 ..... Sports FIRST ROW: Mark Lawrence, David Hankley, Verl Brown, Greg Adams, Steve Horne, Jeff Brown. SECOND ROW: Alan Lesse, Russ Brown Randy Bell Claude Carson, Gary Adams, Donald Ayers, Jeff McCarter, Randy Bedsaul, Greg Boyer. EIGHTH GR DE BASKETB LL In their first year at GHS, the eighth grade team showed promise for future years at Galax. Losing a heartbreaker to Hillsville Intermediate in its first game, the team rallied to defeat Fairview 45-9. Under Coach Roger Golding, the team could be seen practicing till late in the afternoon improving their defense and sharpening their lay-ups. U I 14' 5 ' 5 :f E2 +f in Sports My i i .,.. ,.... Casey Boyer at bat. t ARSITY BASEB LL Coach Bryant sends the batter signals. With the help of sophomore David Aldred and seniors Mike Boyer and Mike Burris, the baseball team had one of its best seasons in their long history at GHS. Since the squad is losing ' only two seniors, next yearls team should have a promising season with its returning lettermen. 1 D ----.iles fa!! :- ! , FIRST ROW: Mike Boyer, Paul Brown, Clifford Joines, David Aldred, Mike Hampton, Ronald Warf. SECOND ROW: James Dotson, Gary King, David Petty, Tommy Bartlett, Doug Davis, Jerry Carico, Mike Burris, Ervin Sawyers. ,A 2, sw: f L, .W I A gill? O . 5 ll! f MISS-we Ivtilgff 'KU 'KN 1 gr if zf' 1' 'Wilbur ,t,, g ,, i I 76 ..... Sports FRONT ROW: R. Bryson, M. Williams, R. Slayton, L. Kyle, B. Vaughan, S. Killon, F. Harmon, M. Compton. SECOND ROW: M. Adams, Mgr., L. Bedsaul, J. Bryson, K. Hampton, M. McKenzie, H. Morris, C. Millner, D. Morrison, Mgr. The 1968 Tide track team, practicing every afternoon K without a track, had a successful season and showed great spirit. Individuals dominated the '68 track team with Charles Millner finishing for the entire season no lower than first in the shot-put or discus, and Lanny Kyle finishing no lower than fourth in the two-mile run. Coach Lindsey concentrates on an oncoming meet. Lanny Kyle and Randy Slayton strive for excellence. A 1 jay! , ,, ' ., I . . V . -f gg, . f . .M l . t W. M . .2 'K f V391 253 '-f' 4' in L N " A Sports ..... 77 ' f. . ...',f -A ."' K Q71 .f....k.',- f rf .. ",. ' " ' . W , V Vrkk flint 7'-' I ' C 14 f f ' ' ' 1 -'.- A ' Vik' H .f R .Q .',. f f-af .fu ff' 'Z 1 -Y "-' f Z QW, .qt ' ff WWF .Wy -Q' fb' Wei W5 Awww... . , ..-, v V .- . V . f 5. .v , .f , I g ,, f. , .,.' 3 " f ' - V .V 3, .,.. ee V 4 - 1. , 6 . .A AIESHM .. Af are it We ell. ,S .1 A it .I Q .1 U gf, L . V.f,. ra. - f 'mm X . f 4, , . . , A .. L, A Sp .,. 7. gg ' 1 I . I' 'ih' WA ,W 'W' ' ' K is l l at ' .. ett ' A .. . I ' ' I , " '-,' """- 1 , ' ' I I K , . , I 7' if A ' ' " , " ' M, V mary GOLF , The golf team, under Coach Ron Quesenberry, had the best season in its short history. They lost to Blacksburg and finished second in the district. The year was highlighted by finishing Hfth in the state golf match and defeating Hillsville 18-O, Galax-l 1 ..... Wytheville-7 Galax-17 . . .Carroll County-1 Galax- 1 3 ..... Wy theville-5 Galax- 1 8 Christiansburg-0 Galax- 1 2 .... Radford-6 Galax-12 ...... Giles-6 Galax- 7 . Blacksburg-l l Tommy McKnight COACH - Ron Quesenberry FRON LEFT TO RIGHT: Van McCarter, James Pickens, Tommy Carson, Phillip Lemons, Thomas Stanford, FIRST ROW: Charles McAllister, Robbie Robinson, Ricky Rector, Buddy Rector. SECOND ROW: James Lawson, Manager, Harold Mullins, David Jarvis, Phillip Webb. Galax 2 Pulaski 7 Despite a losing season, the tennis team practiced diligently. Galax 7 Pulaski 2 The team, led by Robbie Robinson, defeated Pulaski 7-2 for Galax 2 Rinef 7 their only victory of the season. Galax 2 Floyd 7 Galax 2 Riner 7 'www lf , it COACH: Mike Fariss Robbie Robinson scores again! Sports ..... 79 SN..-Q in -as -4. 3 V i . ji -1 .... . IN . .,., . . ,- 7.22 ' sw'-rs iw - -M 7.f:.f.wi-fam: -.-f,a,c,.c ysgsw y f- 3 7 ,ryk 5 .V Vgf351v.gM,.li. . .5 .-.ig1,..f..,i:m f V Mike Burris knocks another one out of the park Phrlhp Webb saves a ball with his backhand ' ' Y uf' M- H iff in 1' ' 'itz ., V- 1. 5 s S , ,W MG, N' yr 55? .7 'X ""'-,wa-4 W ,. Z adwwkwf VQN EPTQ' kkvr . . ,,.,., . . 4 MW Q!5v'y I f ,,,. i ,.,, ' rw V 5 ff' WWF 'af f 'ww f' f' -'-"' it W W z f ,V H is 2? M W, ww ,,g,,. w 1' Q g ,L 'Q 'gm l ,,, . X L, , ., KM ,. H, ,, N., V7 4,4 izff -.if wt qw ff EW WW M we M W Y ,:fw,i , awww uf 7 'fx Nb Practice makes perfect for the track team Buddy Rector just barely hits one Mike Boyer intently watches the batter Harry Morrls leads the way 80 ..... Sports an T TOP TO BOTTOM: Donna Cooley, Jackie Higgins, Howell Hampton, Susie Davis, Grace Robinson, Teresa Vaughn, Cathy Vass, Miss Maroon Tide, Phyllis Cardwell, Co-Captain, Jill Galyean, Captain. CO-CAPTAIN - Phyllis Cardwell CAPTAIN - Jill Galyean MISS MAROON TIDE - Cathy Vass ARSITY CHEERLE DERS 2 Donna Cooley, Howell Hampton, Jackie Higgins, Teresa Vaughn, Jill Galyean, Captain, Phyllis Cardwell, Co-Captain, Cathy Vass, Miss Maroon Tide, Susie Davis, Grace Robinson. Through endless hours of practice and unlimited energy the nine dedicated Varsity Cheerleaders promoted school spirit. Their interest meant staying to the end of the game, regardless of the score, number of minutes left, or the weather, it meant cheer- ing as loudly when the Tide was losing as when they were winning, it meant practicing under the watchful eyes of Miss Bedsaul and Miss Greear. Cheerleading meant numb hands, sore throats, and a well-done job with little praise. Led by their captain, Jill Galyean, the girls held pep rallies, placed posters around the school, and enthusiastically supported the Maroon Tide on both field and court. Sports ...., 81 UNIOR VA SITY CHEERLE DERS Displaying unlimited energy and boundless enthusiasm, the Junior Varsity Cheerleaders bounced through another work-and fun-filled year of football and basketball games. Along with the fun and enthusiasm of cheering, the J.V. Cheerleaders practiced endless hours to perfect cheers. Aiding the cheerleaders in practice sessions were Miss Bedsaul and Miss Greear. Throughout the year, the J.V. Cheerleaders helped the Varsity Cheerleaders in maintaining good sports- manship and school spirit. SPONSORS: Miss Janice Greear and Miss Jeanette Bedsaul. CAPTAIN Judy Nelson Debbie Lindsey Janet Hanks Sylvia Lesse Sarah Coxg Peggy Higgins, Co-Captaing Sue Beamerg Donna Wardg Mary 2 , 1 , s EBU I i I X X I w a 5 , J Q x GATIUII gg ACTIVITIES Activities ..... 8 3 Literary Editor: Bonnie Kane 9 jr' 'A ., Publishing the yearbook was the main concern of the KNOWLEDGE KNOLL staff. Each staff assumed the responsibility for creating a certain facet of the yearbook. The art staff supervised picture-taking and drew page layouts. The literary staff identified pictures, wrote pages of copy and captioned pictures. The sports staff planned the sports section to record the history of all sports. The business staff sold advertisements to merchants and annuals to students, distributed and collected money for senior portraits and student pictures, and made pictures for the business pages. Activities of the four staffs were coordinated by Editor Phyllis Cardwell and Business Editor Pam Hankley. Mrs. Kate Dickens offered advice and guidance in the creation of the 1970 KNOWLEDGE KNOLL. OLL ART, LITERARY, SPORTS STAFFS FIRST ROW: Phillip Overby Terry Frazier Bridget Carico Brenda Cox SECOND ROW: Charles McAllister Nancy Thore Pam Hale Susie Davis Lou Ann Peddy BUSINESS STAFF FIRST ROW: Grace Robinson Voncile Diamond Donna Ward Susie Meadows Jackie Cockerham Judy Galyean SECOND ROW: Linda Wensel Susan Griffith Diane McGee Howell Hampton THIRD ROW: Jackie Higgins Mary Kay Marion Margaret Zachary Sylvia Lesse Activities ..... 85 S- iw. ' I K , .X... . I' . Q ' f : kg.. 7 C se- SL . Lg.. ,Q nw K ,. - ,-. pe. s 2 .. we . :T I sas. X is 1 I fs x 'Wx S it 4 xx -S S XX., X N, it. R 1 XM -Q 11, N, iw, as., t as Q Mia i Q ,. X 2 X W X fr 5 Nt . 'Q N me Q NS s S I K .5 ' . EQ.. 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T each n WW und l' www by Mr' A paperback Library is www S Sk' I Knox' tio student use in 1"'00m 105- 'uk Students mai choose ammg 1 Cf: Schmis are for :gli A 180 current novels rms: like- tmgateaxtn: 1-Live Sw In C. in gn Arg Department at lyflfgwmwrrfagl library, manners this semester. I1 the G-18. the Art H clasgegllwaivhe in bam this year, is R, virginia, Pfaspfcft-ive l ?!! GOTY ' , , cd V91 mggd BFS GIS FEQUSYBCI 88 lu ' 1 3fd1gmehI:,1.fm!':g2i,"':"mn,,,es5'f:vmnrye :Sa tovghe etzlsgesucggg-X mimi "W" SPONSOR: Miss Louanna Hamm gg IU R215 1' 'U' nn larger me md UMW 0' 9""",,,,,,,, mm mmm-.. .. . . Cw,""',,,,,,,, work. f r make readlnz these mmf' mf 3 fs ' hx ms, agp!-uneat is Mill gyda! Quaid 84 H' , Shi 'rm madman have been PIP' I the S. amp. . S 1 ,gm sa. dm. g,,y,,,-gg,q14aaad G.A.-4.5. : ...s.-1... Aumrdive rliillelbl h ..-f.....a xi ?n mists Elchvfffliflidafgmjaemf Evan- n MUN M f F' QVKRXNQ !f'fM,A1H,f1 F12-'i,f.s.'n,m.1t FIRST ROW: V. Vaughn, D. Kirk, L. Choate, P. Haga, V. Trent, S. McBride, Mrs. Pickens. SECOND ROW: J. Andrews, S. Goad, P. Edmonds, N. Leonard, T. Webb, J. Kegley. THIRD ROW: F. Mitchell, R. Anderson, P. Carico, A. Leath, D. Byrd, S. Norman. FOURTH ROW: R. Goins, S. Kyle, J. Goins, P. Bryson, J. Blair, S. Saunders. FIFTH ROW: J. Goins, L. Brown, W. Green, M. Williams, S. Kyle, A. Kyle. F CHORUS The Galax High School Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Clarine Pickens, enjoyed an eventful, pro- ductive year. At Thanksgiving, the chorus participated in the school and area Thanksgiving programs. Christmas activities included presenting a pro- gram over radio station WBOB. The thirty-six voices blended harmoniously in spring concerts and as a portion of the graduation exercises. Taken as a credit course, the choral class also functioned as a club. Bake sales were the main source of income. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Shalva Kyle, Vice President, Sandy McBride, President, Veronica Vaughn, Secretary-Treasurer. SE- COND ROW: Nancy Leonard, Librarian, Janice Kegley, Reporter, Mrs. Pickens, Sponsor, Terecia Webb, Accompanist, Vada Trent, Librarian. Activities ..... 87 STUDE T COOPER TI E ASSOCIATIO Striving for the betterment of the school and the com- munity, the Student Cooperative Association had a busy, prosperous year. The SCA began a busy year by organizing an orientation program to welcome new students to GHS. Representatives attended and participated actively in the State SCA Convention, the State SCA Workshop, and the district meeting. Planning by this group made Homecoming a beautiful and successful affair. As community projects, Thanksgiving baskets were delivered to needy families and money was collected to aid Hurricane Camille victims. The SCA also sponsored assemblies, a Snow Queen in the Christ- mas parade, and a Student-Faculty basketball game. The excitement of campaigning for new officers and the solemn installation of these officers helped to complete an active year. OFFICERS AND SPONSORS Mr. J. C. Roudebush, Sponsor Jackie Higgins, Vice President Steve Fayne, Secretary Cathy Vass, Treasurer PRESIDENT: Teresa Vaughn 4. Margaret Zachary, Chaplain Robbie Robinson, Parliamentarian David Jarvis, Sergeant-at-Arms Miss Linda Morton, Sponsor 88 ..... Activitie FIRST ROW: S. McBride, J. Boyer, A. Lindsey, C. Wagoner, J. Ayers, B. Moorer, R. Joines, R. Edwards, S. Beamer. D. Cooley, P. Cardwell B. Cox. SECOND ROW: R. Kirby, G. Rudy, B. Kane, G. Nuekolls, J Galyean, G. Carter, A. Lesse, L. Kyle, J. MeCarter, D. Ayers, B. Cruise THIRD ROW: R. Diamond, C. Boyer, L. Donithan, S. Lesse, T. Anders is . ...awe H. Truitt, M. Hamden, D. Petty, R. Adams. B. Vaught. P. lfortner. FOURTH ROW: G. Guynn, S. Peek, P. Cardwell, P. Webb, M McKenzie, J. Hanks, E. Sawyers, G. Hale. T. Stanford, M. Boyer. V Brown. SCA COMMITTEE CHAIRM EN fi 2 FIRST ROW: Regina McKnight, Patriotism Susie Davis, Welfare Terry lfrazier. Clubs Darlene Leonard, Publicity SECOND ROW: Shannon Compton. Scrapbook A Judy Nelson, Bulletin Board Donna Ward, Bulletin Board , ,X , THIRD ROW: big Y - Barry lfayne, Scrapbook Bridget Carico, Health 8t Safety Larry Bedsaul. Building 8L Grounds P It .Q . sf, ir' . . J' . 43 s K 4' sg Q. 'i K IQ' 15 xg. L at Q wtf.. Activities ..... 89 Activities HI H OTES Girls in the eighth and ninth grades who are in- terested in music became members of the High Notes Music Club. To promote music appreciation, guests and members presented musi- cal selections at monthly meetings. The club successfully com- pleted several projects during the year. The girls became Mexpertl' float builders by building a float for the Home- coming parade and by having a first-place float in the Christmas parade. To en- courage patriotism, club members helped to distribute American flags at Home- coming. Before Christmas, the club sang carols at the nursing home. OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: FIRST ROW: Sue Reeves, Vice President, Susan Parsons, Secretary, Regina Edwards, President, SECOND ROW: Miss Richardson, Sponsorg Miss Greear, Sponsor, Karen Vaughan, Treasurer. FIRST ROW: T. Waddell, P. Hedrick, M. Robinson, S. Sells, D. Hedrick, B. Ward. SECOND ROW: M. Adams, M, Bowers, D. Lindsey, R. Davis, J. Sutherland. THIRD ROW: D. Wensel, J. East, L. Bartlett, B. Wardwell, J. Hanks. FOURTH ROW: J. Johnson, P. Douglas, R. Zachary, F. Guynn. FIFTH ROW: L. Frye, P. Frye, B, Galyean, N. Dixon. FIRST ROW: Cathy Vass, Janie Carter, Jill Galyean. SECOND ROW: Beth Pollard, Sandy McBride, Mickey Hampton, Teresa Vaughn. THIRD ROW: Pam Fender, Bobbie Cochran, Phyllis Cardwell. STUDE T MUSIC CLUB 5 l ' 4 I 5 3 TOP TO BOTTOM: Frances Rector, Diane Richardson, Gail Nuckolls, 1 . .. . if 1 sf 1'-s ' ' Kms' Rita , 0 f N X' h gs TOP T0 BOTTOM: Nan Ballard, Cathy Cochran, Donna Fender, Mary Kay Marion, Sharon Edwards, Belinda Phillips, Sue Norman, Mary Ann Laffoon, Linda Wensel, Susan Nichols, Jackie Higgins, Howell Hampton. The Student Music Club provided an opportunity for cultural development for its members. Regular monthly meetings were held in the homes, where a social hour and programs of music given by guests and club members are enjoyed. The activities during the year included a musical program presented to the student body, celebration of National Music Week, and participation in State and National Federation of Music Clubs programs. A service project for the school and community was also carried out each month. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Delle Reavis, Sponsor, Regina McKnight, President, Susie Davis, Vice President. SECOND ROW: Pam Hankley, Yearbook Editor, Grace Robinson, Secretary, Shannon Compton, Treasurer. L . .X L, ., . , is 'L p kxk VV f- f. ,, , V '. L . +5 N . . - x -, - V QQ' . . A- .. . t, .H r H . I . if W 7' 5 Sm 3 ,, r 6 .E 3,-Q l, X! -gf e E y 2 35,41-H5 is JT- ,- :fs in , seg, 6' a 395 v' r. . ...rr ' X X B. Q ' G X Ein x .. A ' A 2, 5 it sissy Patricia Robinson, Myra Montgomery, Suzie Meadows, Judy Nelson, Diane McGee, Cheryl Montgomery, Sylvia Lesse, Sue Beamer,Donna Ward. Activities ..... 4 'iff - I .. ,y y . ik M ' E I Y 2 r E 1 in FIRST ROW: B. Kane, President: H. Truitt. Vice Presidentg M. Hall, Compton, T. Frazier, P. Fender, P. Gallimore, B. Moorer, D. Wilson, S Secretary, B. Cox, Treasurer: C. Boyer, Reporter. SECOND ROW: L. Davis. FOURTH ROW: V. McCarter, J. Hanks, M. Boyer, H. Morris, R Donithan, R. Richardson, L. Mitchell, D. Leonard, G. Smith, G. McKnight. B. Pollard,J.Boyer, D. Harrison. Robinson, T. Vaughn, S. McBride. THIRD ROW: B. Fayne, M. BETA CLUB Ducamus aliis serviendo f Let us lead by serving others Achievement, Leadership, and Character .--Q5,,- "L-s..,,f' ...-.....,, SPONSORS: Mrs. Kathleen Hillman Mr. Michael lfariss Mr. William Gardner 92 ..... Activities FIRST ROW: D. Cooley, P. Hale, P. Robinson, J. Galyean. D. Edwards, V. Diamond, L. Wagoner. SECOND ROW: D. Kirk, S. Compton, S. Edwards, P. Wright, G. Nuckolls, S. Carico, L. Peddy. THIRD ROW: P. Leath, B. Carico, G. Beamer, S. Lesse, P. Higgins, H. Hampton, D. Sikes, M. Britt. FOURTH ROW: R. Kirby, W. Boyer, P. Lemons, T. Creasy, M. Zachary, M. Marion, D. Kirby. I f"'X Q, FIRST ROW: Lanny Kyle, Cathy Vass, Jill Galyean, Phyllis Cardwell, Robbie Robinson. SECOND ROW: Robert Kane, Tommy McKnight, Mike McKenzie, Clifford Joines, Danny Roberts. THIRD ROW: David OFFICERS: Mike Boyer, Presidentg Gary Ballard, Treasurerg Teresa Dennis East, Vice President. Jarvis, Ervin Sa FOURTH ROW: Norman, Ronald Vaughn. Secretarv. i Wyers, Mike Compton, Frank Harmon, David Warf Harry Morris, Tommy Carson, Robin Smith, Jerry Warf. VARSITY C U The Varsity Club, composed of members who had earned a letter in some varsity sport or cheerleading, promoted varsity athletics and encouraged good sportsmanship in the student body. This year the club presented an educa- tional program to the student body, featur- ing Mr. Edward F. Cross and his films, and planned to sponsor a Miss GHS pageant. The money collected from these activities was used to buy a gift for the school. The club was sponsored by Mr. Ronald Quesenberry. Activities ..... 93 ,fy -nr ,,,,. ,, ag' gy OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Pam Hale, Secretary, Linda Cox, Reporter, Mrs. Holt, Sponsorg Sharlene Carico, Scrapbook Chairman, Phillip Lcmons, Treasurerg Mrs. Anness, Sponsor, Margaret Zachary, Vice President, Greg Hale, President. SCIENCE CLUB With an ever-extending interest in and emphasis on science today, the Senior Science Club strove to engage the attention and curiosity of its con- cerned members. Various programs in the scientif- ic field were presented throughout the year to create within the students a broader range of scientific knowledge and understanding. To obtain permanent screens for the science department, many money-making projects, such as bake sales and the selling of GHS class pins, were undertaken by the energetic members. Being last yearis re- cipient of the Club-of-the-Year award, each mem- ber held this as his goal and strove to meet or surpass the challenge ofthe past year. FIRST ROW: P. Robinson, D. Frye, D. McGee, D. Ward, J, Nelson, S. Diamond, J. Ayers, If. Rector, N. Leonard, L. Wagoner, J. Galyean, S. McBride, J. Cockerham, A. Wright. SECOND ROW: B. Fayne, H. Lesse, S. Ballard. FOURTH ROW: C. McAllister, M. Compton, D. Hampton, S. Davis, P. Mayes, L. Wensel, D. Kirk, D. Leonard, T. Leonard, G. Brown, Ii. Upchurch, D. Whitt, P. Wright, J. Hanks, D. Ifrazier, V. Diamond. THIRD ROW: I". Wyatt, L. Peddy, C. Wagoner, B. Jarvis, L. Bedsaul. 94 ..... Activities FFA OFFICERS: TOP TO BOTTOM: James Patton, Secretary, Montie Rector, Reporter: Billy Cook, Sentinel, Roy Nickols, Treasurer, Howard Truitt, Second Vice-President, Doug Davis, Third Vice-Presi- dent, Rocky Jennings, First Vice-President, David Petty, President, VMIMEDS Q vl01y 'W AOP "W ,Pr r- f. , , AT Ffj Oc, 4' , G Q ' J 7 w Loca sq, J f FUTURE FARMERS AMERICA The primary aim of the Galax High School FFA was to develop leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. The main purposes of the chapter were to encourage rural living and agriculture, to develop an intelligent character, and to learn the meaning of cooperative effort. Members were encouraged to take an active part in community affairs and aid in community develop- ment and improvement. Among the projects undertaken by the club were these: conducting a safety survey, promoting safety program, sponsoring a chapter public-speaking contest, conducting a chapter calendar program, and assisting in landscaping, seeding, and maintaining the school grounds. FIRST ROW: D. Hudson, C. Trent, J. Manuel, M. Anderson, L. Smith, C. Sparks. G. Hawks, lf. Sizemore, M. Hall. SECOND ROW: D. Russell, R. Houk, J. lsom, D. Sparks, R. Leath, M. Phipps, G. Williams. S. Bolt. J. Collins, G. Patton. THIRD ROW: E. Newman. C. McLean, R. Moxley, D. Russell, R. Vaughan, J. Edwards, J. Huff, P. Burnette, L. Wilson. FOURTH ROW: S. Baker, J. Marshall, O. Edwards, M. Spurlin, M. Holderfield, P. Harmon, J. Fields, D. Hall, J. Lundy, T. Graham. FIFTH ROW: J. Devine, H. Sutherland, J. Evans, G. Porter, D. Reeves, J. Reeves, B. Rector, D. Morrison, K. Johnson, S. Blevins. SIXTH ROW: J. Williams, D. Aldred, G. King, B. Liddle, F. Williams, J. Dotson, D. Nichols, A Jennings, G. Elliott, T. McMickle. SEVENTH ROW: B. Cook, B. Hudson N. Brown, R. Painter, K. Phipps, G. Shaw, J. Stoneman, J. Spivey, J Swain, B. Russell. EIGHTH ROW: D. Lundy, J. Lawson, A. Donithan, P Wilson, J. Blevins. D. Edwards, L. Lindsey, D. Higgins, J. Donithan, W Leath. NINTH ROW: E. Davis, S. Killon, R. Moser, G. McMillan, D Dixon, T. Stockner, G. Carico, L. Bedsaul. TENTH ROW: G. Liddle, J Russell, D. Adams, B. Cole, G. Wilson, D. Cornett, R. Handy, T. Creed T. Kenny, M. Butcher. Activities ..... 95 Qt OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Cox, Reporter, Mrs. Spraker, Sponsor, Mrs. Horton, Sponsor, Jackie Ayers, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Pam Hale, Secretary, Terry Frazier, Historian. 'THIRD ROW: Janice Boyer, Vice President, Brenda Cox, President, Carolyn Boyer, Treasurer. The Future Teachers of America was designed mainly to help students in their exploration of teaching as a career. Its members were students from the ninth to twelfth grades. The club was very active in service to the school, the community, and its members. On student teaching day, students either taught or observed the class of their choice. The FTA honored teachers with cleverly made favors and acted as uteacher aidesn whenever called on. As community service projects, the club took fruit baskets to the nursing home at Thanksgiving and contributed money to the Hurricane Camille Fund. The main money-making project was selling fruitcakes. Monthly programs stressed the variety of teaching opportunities. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Karen Truitt, Debbie Frye, Pam Hankley, Diane McGee, Sandy McBride, Nancy Leonard. SECOND ROW: Mickey Hampton, Regina McKnight, Jackie Cockerham, Vickie Burnette, Debbie Kirk. 96 ...,. Activities v A THIRD ROW: Carolyn Wagoner, Lisa Frye, Diane Harrison, Donna Kirby, Cathy Jones, Barry Faync. :gk FIRST ROW: D. Triplett. T. Waddell. S. Sells. B. Roberts, J. Smith, S. Burnett. SECOND ROW: K. Wright, S. McBride. B. Wingate. L. Snow, C. Brewer. THIRD ROW: A, Wright. J. Patton. R. Pack, J. Galyean, J. Carter. FOURTH ROW: J. Higgins. J. Cox, P. Lineberry, M. Diamond, J. Frost. B. Cochran, J. Lundy. FIFTH ROW: E. Hill. J. Rector, J. Dickens. K. Proffit, S. Plummer, J. Kegley. SIXTH ROW: P. Thore, B. Fender, J. Caldwell, M. Bedwell, S. Ward, D. Wilson. SEVENTH ROW: D. Haynes, C. Wagoner, P. Hawks, P. Wright, D. Whitt. D. Hoffman. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Jackie Ayers, President, Sandy Edwards, Vice Presi- dentg Susan Ballard, Secretary: Barbara Weatherman, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Martha Bowers, Historian: Cindy Boyer, Chaplain: Pam Hale, Reporterg Rhodella Anderson, Parliamentarian. 4 5 H WW A305 UF AMERICA It . FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA SPONSORS: Mrs, Helen Galyen, Mrs. Lois Faddis The Future Homemakers ofAmerica promoted an interest in homemaking and provided added information about modern family living. Member- ship was open this year to all girls enrolled in home economics classes. Informative programs presented at monthly meetings included a field trip to study quality furniture and a talk by a home economist concern- ing efficient homemaking. Service projects under- taken during the year were these: donating money to a handicapped child, making and filling ditty bags for servicemen, and serving refreshments on various occasions. Activities ..... 97 -Fl QQ. ff l 2 2 "', r ' '73 , J , ,J . . ,, ,., ,lrrr Q . . . 4 f iii ffl' ',. . Avg 3, l 2? P , , V'l'f.' -.ANL-". ,.Ir,S.'2fN'J' W ..,,.,, ., , Wy , f , , . ' OFFICERS: Ervin Sawyers, President, Sue Beamer, Vice Presi- dent, Judy Nelson, Secretary, Peggy Higgins, Treasurer. FIRST ROW: P. Cardwell, D. Hale, S. Custer, D. Taylor, D. Parks, G. Beamer, G. Taylor, D. Leonard, S. Beamer, B. Ayers, L. lfrye. SECOND ROW: J. Galyean, C. Vass, P. Hankley, K. Bunn, B. Joincs, D. Mayes, C. Wagoner, D. Cooley, S. Davis, D. McGee, T. Vaughn, G. Robinson. THIRD ROW: M. Wilson, M. Hampton, R. McKnight, S. Davis, S. Cox, S. Griffith, M. Hampton, lf. Wyatt, A. Harmon, R. Clark. FOURTH SPONSOR: Mrs. Jane Edwards The French Club was organized for students presently taking or who formerly have taken French. It presented an opportunity for the pleasurable study of the French culture. An issue of the French Readeris Digest was placed each month in the library to aid in cultivating the knowledge of the French student. The spring Mardi Gras added to the interest and enjoyment of each member of the club. Socials were held at each club meeting to encourage attendance and promote FRENC CLUB ROW: B. Vaughn, A. Lindsey, lf. Rector, B. Pollard, S. Lesse, D Fender, B. Wienberry, B. Edwards, J. McQueen, B. Carico, T. Frazier T. Melton. FIFTH ROW: L. Bedsaul, P. Lemons, B. Boyer, T. Creasy M. Tally, J. Joyce, D. Leonard, M. Compton, J. Boyer, B. Cox, D Kirby. .4-N, 'lun 98 ..... Activities FIRST ROW: E. Cox, R. Richardson, S. McBride, D. Ward, D. McGee, Truitt S Griffith M Laffoon P. Robinson. SECOND ROW: A. Marion, M. Brannock, M. Nuckolls, P, Iayne L Kyle D Beamer T L TIN CLU The Latin Club, composed of pupils taking Latin this year and former Latin students, strived for a better understanding of ancient history and language. While participating in the many activities of the club, the members also sponsored several projects, which included giving fruit baskets and maga- zines to the Waddell Hospital and also contributing a Thanks- giving turkey to Joy Ranch. The highlight of the year was the traditional Roman banquet carried out with the help of the sponsor, Mr. Linwood Davis. OFFICERS: Charles McAllister, Treasurer, Mr. Linwood Davis, Sponsor Lou Ann Peddy, Secretaryg Sara Huff, Vice Presidentg Carolyn Boyer, President ,, Za' M GAL X HI wivwww., ,......-.4 Mg, ...VM NM, JVM FIRST ROW: A. Nichols, M. Krcjci, M. McCoy, J. Brown, M. Lawrence, S. Horne, G. Carter. SECOND ROW: A. Lesse, J. Mctfarter, J. Lindamood, D. Hankley, M. Carter, K. Schaffer. THIRD ROW: M. Compton, B. Perelman, H. Sutherland, lf. Wyatt, G. Carter, G. Haynes. FOURTH ROW: R. Bell, R. Kirby, G. Guynn, R. Brown, B. Long, B. McAllister, D. Stanley. Proudly displaying their new uniforms, the Galax High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Don Knox, completed a busy, successful year. Summer activities included a week at band camp, where band members learned new marching routines used in the Fourth of July parade. The majorettes and drum major attend- ed workshops to improve their knowledge of routines and techniques. During the fall months, the band performed at half-time during the home football games and entered the com- petition of the Bristol band festival. The Pep Band helped to arouse enthusiasm at pep rallies while the Stage Band was chosen to perform at the District M Teachers, meeting in Radford. At Christmas, the band participated in four Christ- mas parades and presented its annual Christmas concert. Spring activities included traveling to Savannah, Georgia. to perform in the St. Pat- rick's Day Parade, entering the competition of both the Statesville. North Carolina. and Vin- ton Dogwood Festivalsg and presenting a spring concert. Major money-making projects were a community-calendar sales drive and a mile-of-pennies project. 100 ..... Activities flmewuf 14' .ia ga il OFIPICILRS: Mr. Don Knox, Director. FIRST ROW: Greg Hale, Drum Majorg Regina McKnight, Head majoretteg Gary Carter, President, Robert Kirby, Vice President, Ifrank Wyatt. Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mary Gordon, Secretary, Karen Carr, Robin Clark. Pam lfender. Librarians. SCHOOL B FIRST ROW: V. Burnette, S. Glasco, M. Jennings, J. Leath, B. Hawks. SECOND ROW: J. East, R. Clark, L. Waugh, S. McBride. THIRD ROW: P. Fender, D. Bryan, B. Wardwell, K. Carr, L. Bartlett. FOURTH ROW: B. Wienberry, M. Laffoon, B. Bell, M. Gordon, D. Fender. .tk E i DRUM MAJOR: Greg Hale MAJORETTES: Ruth Ann Richardson, Jackie Cockerham, Regina McKnight, Head Majoretteg Bobbie Cochran, Janie Carter. Activities ..... 101 ir The Diversified Occupations Club consists of all students taking the DO courses and is designed to provide on-the-job training opportunities for its members. The main purpose of the club is to create a respect for the dignity of work and an interest in trade and its relation to the economy. Projects for the year included enter- ing a float in the Homecoming parade raising money for the annual Christ- mas Party, and raising money for the Community Hospital project. 1 ,xl -Q-...nv OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Phyllis Former, President, Anna Gurley, Vice President Mary Diamond, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Sandra Barker, Treasurer, Judy Cox, Representative Joyce Cox, Reporter, Diane Haynes, Parliamentarian. DO CLUB FIRST ROW: B. Haga, L. Harrison, B. King, L. Choate, P. Hash, J. Quesinberry, S. Davis, D. Smith, R. Kenny, R. Hawks D McMillan Bryant, S. Martin. SECOND ROW: B. Weatherman, G. Smith, M. FOURTH ROW: T. Cox, R. Liddle, I.Cruise,D. Roberts E Choate C Fortner, J. Fender, S. Carico, S. Blevins, P. Leath. THIRD ROW: T. Millner, L. Wilson. 104 ..... Activities 2 1 5 1 3 carat . C ,Q t,,,,, i ,fi t .fi V l ppppp g R4 OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Marsha Bedwell, Representative, Lisa SCC1'eUil'YS BCCKY Hawks, Vice Pl'CSidC11t- THIRD ROWI Marv Pee Phipps, Representative, Sylvia Lesse, President, Kaye Proffit, Represen- Representatives Susan Moxley, Representative: Ouida Caudill, Trea tativeg lone Cowden, Representative. SECOND ROW: Cathy Brewer, SUTCIQ Debbie Kirby, RePreSentative. GIRLS ATHLETI A mul SSOCIATIO The GAA, an organization of all eighth, ninth, and tenth grade girls taking physical education, emphasized good sportsmanship and school spirit. A few of their activities were decorating goal posts for home football games, giving a banquet for the athletes, sponsoring 'fRat Day," helping the cheerleaders during Homecoming, decorating trophy cases, and taking part in the pep parade. SPONSOR: Miss Nancy Howard Activities ..... 103 Riff The Diversified Occupations Club consists of all students taking the DO courses and is designed to provide on-the-job training opportunities for its members. The main purpose of the club is to create a respect for the dignity of work and an interest in trade and its relation to the economy. Projects for the year included enter- ing a float in the Homecoming parade, raising money for the annual Christ- mas Party, and raising money for the Community Hospital project. v OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Phyllis Former President Anna Gurley Vice President Mary Diamond, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Sandra Barker Treasurer Judy Cox Representative Joyce Cox, Reporter, Diane Haynes, Parliamentarian DO CLUB FIRST ROW: B Haga, L, Harrison B Kin L. Ch . , . g, oate, P. Hash, J. Quesinberry, S. Davis D Smith R Kenny R Hawks D McMillan Bryant, S. Martin. SECOND ROW: B. Weatherman, G. Smith, M. FOURTH ROW: T Cox R Lrddle I Cruise D Roberts E Choate C Fortner, J. Fender, S. Carico, S. Blevins, P. Leath. THIRD ROW: T. Millner, L. Wilson I 104 ..... Activities FIRST ROW: Pam Vaught, Judy Andrews, Barbara Baker, Mary Ann Poole, Susan Bolt. FOURTH ROW: Eddie Chambers, Frank Lemons, Cathy Hackler. SECOND ROW: Linda Reeves, Barbara Cummings, Wayne Johnson,Charlie Stamper, Melvin Adams. Bedsaul, Shelby Ward. THIRD ROW: Brenda Lane, Sue Liddle, Mary OFFICERS AND SPONSOR: FIRST ROW: Linda Donithan, President, Betty Jo Edwards, Vice President, Patsy Whirley, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mr. Tom Jones, Sponsor, Becky Bartlett, Treasurerg Gary Carter, Parliamentarian. f X sa fl fn N XM' V. . 1 N A ,,., ,fx K -he it . . -. W 5 . S if'f1?'.. WND. IJ DE CLUB The Distributive Education Club sought to create within the student a broader under- standing of the fields of marketing and distribution. By being engaged in various activities, the club gave its members an opportunity to further their knowledge of business techniques. Members sold candy as a money-making project and attended the District Distributive Education meeting at Fort Chiswell. Activities ..... 105 X , FIRST ROW: M. Bowers, L. Davis, B. Sturdivant, S. Bowman, P. Crouse, C. Wagoner, M. Adams. SECOND ROW: C. Green, R. Ander- son, S. McBride, M. Nuckles, E. Upchurch, T. Bryant, S. Griffith, B.. Galyean. THIRD ROW: J. Cowden, F. Mitchell, V. Vaughan, V. B. Crouse. FOURTH ROW: J. Harrison, J. Smith, D. Hoffman, D. Sikes, P. Hawks, D. Frye, S. Ballard, J. Lundy, K. Michaelis. FIFTH ROW: J. Patton, J. Kegley, V. Trent, W. Isom, S. Burris, R. Harrison, K. Cruise, D. Kirby, B. Chambers, I. Cowden, F. Shaw, C. Boyer. Diamond, S. Compton, D. Edwards, P. Manual, P. Lineberry, N. Martin, The Library Club, spon- sored by Miss Phipps, helped to interest students in books and in the work of a librarian. Student librarians often helped at the desk with checking books in and out. During the year the Library Club sold paperback books to the student body, observed National Book Week and Na- tional Library Week, decora- ted bulletin boards and trophy cases, and engaged in many other school and com- munity-service projects. 106 ..... Activities LIBR RY CLUB OFFICERS AND SPONSOR: SEATED: Miss Celene Phipps, Sponsor, Diane Harrison, Vice President, Judy Galyean, Reporter, Drusilla Whitt, Secretaryg Phyllis Wright, Reporter, Anita Wright, Treasurer, Janice Boyer, President. , AAA- . A 2 W Y i FIRST ROW: Terecia Webb, Pam Hale. SECOND ROW: Frank Wyatt, Alan Lesse, Steven Peck, Charles McAllister, Larry Brown, Dale Holderfield. SPONSOR: Michael Fariss CAPTAIN: Charles McAllister DEBATE TE The Debate Team finished the year well for a team of its previous experience. They participated successfully in debates with area high schools and in the New River District Forensic competition at Radford, Virginia. Coached by Mr. Mike Fariss three members also attended the annual state conference on current affairs, held at the University of Virginia, and returned with ex- cellent ratings. Participant and Leadership awards were won by Gary Brown and Charles McAllister Activities ..... l07 I 'F Miss TEEN TIME: Susie Davis ANNOUNCERS: Mike Boyer, Jill Galyean, Gary Ballard, Bobbie Cochran. I E E Each Saturday afternoon at one o'clock area teenagers gathered around their radios to listen to 'Teen Timef' The program was sponsored by the SCA and given time on the air as a public service of radio station WBOB. The announcers played records requested by the listeners and reported sports and school news. Miss Teen Time, Susie Davis, each week reported the latest gossip from the halls of GHS. The announcers were selected for their speaking ability and their willingness to accept responsibility. l0R J it SCIENCE I a CLUB The Junior Science Club was designed for those students in the freshman and sopho- more classes whose interests are primarily scientifically oriented. The purpose of the club was to provide a better understanding of and to pro- mote interest in all fields of science. X FIRST ROW: Steven Peck, President, Karen Truitt, Secretary: Bob McAllister, Mr. Friend, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: A. Nichols, B. Galyean, M. Jennings, B. Ward, P. Crouse, M. Bowers. THIRD ROW: B. Huff, C. Montgomery, L. Diamond, If. Shaw, S. Moxlcy, S. Parsons, D. Lindsey. FOURTH ROW: B. Crouse, A. Marion, N. Dixon, R. Zachary, C. Bowers, R. Combs. FIFTH ROW: R. Jarvis, B. Perelman, G. Guynn. 108 ..... Activities MW .. I V E . , ., ..,., .. PM y ,, , . . , V , ,,, . 3' . Eqvf,3.,: . 2, 5 ,A Q, ,, 3 A Mrs. Donna Sikes begins each day with her preparation ofthe absentee lists. rg.- W me Mrs. Carole Fariss carefully studies lesson plans before beginning her day as a substitute. Students find teachers an aid in making preparations for college. S9 gs Q slixildoiij-TM 'L X ,s Bm, S.. 1-'vw I.f...,,, misss grain,-if is-.Aa ,wk A I MN.. .-.N iuqfs N.-Ak, E':::3nvaQaM.,s "'l"'2' 5-'Hr-if' who 'Nun' we Mus .Mr-.tt - ...as , fm... aww s.,,,,s w.,fl'T:1.....,.s.. L is mn? lm.rcs.,.s s. l.. Ku: Vztmf, ,MM S' f'-in - . me mr.-M, gn" uf J Hifi.. 2255. QL .sa ,sa fa. asus.. f.. rr., I ' 1 I tum. V' we hmmm. Smit sw -4 1, my ,g ,.. sans QA.-.is..', downs ge... N. if-1-A-'ff S- uw, Mi' 1-..-N ...uw ' Jfnwtfuf is ,MMA was . ... .f up-Q sm, A ,,w,,s.a my -2- M-M 7,005 5,12 f ss 'L-4 We i.,. B is . - Ml. it A Q .-,MM so-Xe .swf-" Y,s...s4- Donna Ward and Robbie Robinson find a directory very helpful on College Day A pom-pom routine picks up the pace at halftime during a basketball game. Members of the SCA listen intently to plans for SCA projects Activities CAFETERI WORKERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Annie Ifralin, Mrs. Elsie Bryant, Mrs. Irene Bowman, Mrs. Edith Mitchell, Mrs. lla Patton, Mrs. Bernice Parish SQ ,N Cafeteria serves as banquet hall for GAA athletic Howell Hampton contemplates what fo try fmt banquet. 110 ..... Activities STUDE T LIFE Student Life S QUEEN: BOBBIE COCHRAN ESCORT: GARY BALLARD H as 5? is A MAID OF HONOR: Regina McKnight ii ESCORT: Mike Boyer 'H AI. .,,,.y 2" MAID OF HONOR: Carolyn Wagoner ESCORT: Dale Lawson HOMECOMING COURT B bbie Cochran Regina McKnight Ruth Ann Richardson, FIRST ROW: Carolyn Boyer, Carolyn Wagoner, o , , Phyllis Cardwell. SECOND ROW: Cathy Vass, Mary Ann Hall, Mickey Hampton, Teresa Vaughn. . . . Student Life s 4, . Phyllis Cardwell and Robin Smith Teresa Vaughn and Mike McKenzie ' 15. Ruth Ann Richardso A ,,..,Qv-'-"""' Cathy Vass and Virgil Brown Mickey Hampton and Greg Hale Carolyn Boyer and Ervin Sawyers 3 ? Sa if fxgvia n and Jeff H21I1kS Mary Ann Hall and Mike Burris Student Life ..... 113 N S l f , ,w,.,,..lW .flap 5 if ei TE-IWERS PLAY VITAL RGLES l -3 2 J t 1 424? Members of the coaching staff take time from their busy schedules to enjoy a banquet in their honor. FTA members present Miss Hamm with a carnation at a special program for new faculty members. XX ,,.. S Ox 'se-Q-. .... Mr. Friend seems to feel that a lecture is a vital Bobbie Cochran consults Mrs. Spraker about a bookkeeping problem. part of his daily routine. 2 Mrs. Faddis helps first year students with meal plans. 114 Student Life Grading papers consumes a great part of each day for Mrs, Dickens. I O RPURSUIT Miss Greear starts the day with a smile. I Teachers find lounge a restful place after classes. Rf Mr. Knox presents Allen Nichols with a band award. A .V gf. 6 I, if GAAs find serving coaches a pleasant task at banquet. Ordering new materials for the library is an important part of Miss Phipp's duty Student Life ..... 115 IU IOR-SENIOR PRO 1. Dancers seem well satisfied with the results of their hard work on thc Jr.-Sr. Prom. ,hw Regina McKnight and Mike McKenzie are fasci nated by the unique beauty of the waterfall. X Mrs. Howard Reavis and Miss Pam Richardson enjoy delicious refresh- X s Q ments at the dance. 116 ..... Student Life Qi : f f X fa HIGHLIGHTS SPRING ACTIVITIES Members of the faculty also seem to enjoy the refreshing break the prom brings. Jerry Mink attempts to make friends with the Tiki god while Janey Carter looks on. Getting ready for the prom is half of the fun. Tommy Bartlett and Pam Hankley find time to simply enjoy the surroundings. Student Life ..... 117 MOST INTELLECT UAL A Ronald Diamond, Bonnie Kane MOST ATHLETIC - Charlie Millner, Sandra Beamer 118 MOST CONGENIAL - Teresa Vaughn, Tommy Peddy WHO' H0 . . . . . Student Life E4 MOST COOPERATIVE g Mary Ann Hall, Mike McKenzie BEST LOOKING - Warren Hackler, Bobbie Cochran I f fa -rr' Q5 "YZ FTS i gk .Q Q K .M N x ge , K X ',, . P Q if ' + ' eb F,,.r,.w 1:56. ' ., F ww. M M M Si Q-3:55 MOST VERSATILE - Elizabeth Cox, Mike Burnett MOST POPULAR - Gary Ballard, Regina McKnight. if W? A a ny ff A Q M y 3 MOST ORIGINAL Phyllis Cardwell Van McCarter Y' -- - - --- -- ,- 1969 HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES 'R K Exg One of the figures at the Homecoming Dance aids in carrying out the theme, "Fantasyland". GHS marching band leads the homecoming parade down Main Street. Steven Edwards and Martha Lindsey precede Carol Carico as they prepare to crown the 1969 Homecoming Queen. 120 ..... Student Life Although the dance floor is crowded, students still manage to find even the smallest places to dance. RE Q me SUCCESSFUL Carolyn Wagoner and her father. Regina McKnight and her father. M 1' The Queen and her maids of hon The maids of honor are escorted off the field by two proud parents. or pause briefly at their "castl en I . We X an Queen, Bobbie Cochran and her father. Student Life HOMECGMING 1969-1970 Cathy Vass and her futher. pw -fbi? Phyllis Cardwell and her father ,nl Teresa Vaughn and her father. Students dance to the music of the Ovations. Mary Ann Han and her father. Mickey Hampton and her father. 122 ..... Student Life Ruth Ann Richardson and her father. 1- '4 a"V' aan 44:5 uhfyr ga swf f, HW ,M -nw 'wa ffl Carolyn Boyer and her father. THOSE WERE . . . Cheerleaders lead student body in school song. Eugene Bowers finds proposing to Lady Jackie Higgins a difficult task. I EXTRA! STUDENTS PACK AUDITORIUM FOR PEP RALLY! No varsity pep rally would be complete without a cheer from the JV's. 564,000 question . . . to wm or lose! I Charlie Millner learns that everybody Gary Ballard discovers that Johnson's Baby d nee s an apron. Powders doesn't always keep a fellow dry. Student Life ..... 123 . . . THE DAYS King Joe Lindsey makes Charlie Millner an official member of the Knights of the 1 Oblong Table. "Up, Up and away!" Varsity cheerleaders join in singing theme song, "Those Were the Days". Cheerleaders explain to Coach Bryant that he isn't living in lflorida. an Cinderella dressed in yellow . . . " 124 ..... Student Life Mike Burris receives help in applying his make-up 5 3 Lady Suzie Davis would probably prefer to do it herself. Boyer, Cynthia 5 2,106 ,97 Adams, Dennis 46,95 Adams, Gary 59,75 Adams, Greg 59,70,75 Adams, Larry 52 Adams, Melodie 56,106,90 Adams, Melvin 56,69,77,105 Adams, Nena 59 Adams , Robert 52,65,43 Alderman, Clay 25 Branno Aldred, David 52,64,76,95 Anders, Tony 56,69,43 Anderson, Bercina 25 Bowers, Martha 56,106,97,108,90 Bowman, Susan 52,106 Boyer, Carolyn 26,51,41,96,122,112,113, 111 ,92,89 Boyer, Greg 59,70,75 S UDE TI- DE Carico, Sharlene 46,94,104 Carr, Karen 59,101,100 Carr, Vicki 47 Carrico, Kathy 59 Carson, Claude 59,75 Carson, Thomas 27,78,93 Boyer, Janice 26,98,l06,96,92,89 Carter, Boyer, Mike 24,26,64,41,112,108,92,93, Carter, 43,80,76,66 Carter, Boyer, Patricia 46 Carter, Boyer, William 46,98,92 ck, Margo 5 2 ,99 Gary 27,21,102,43,1o5,100 Greg 56,102,100 Janie 97,27,91,102,101,86,117 Milton 5 2 ,100 Catron, Marsha 56 Caudill, Ouida 52,103 Anders Anders on, Mike 56,95 on, Rhodella 46,106,87,97 Brewer, Cathy 59,103,97 Britt, Mary 46,92 Andrews, Bonnie 56 Andrews Connie 56 Andrews, Judy 46,l05,87 Andrews, W. G. 25 Ayers, Brenda 52,98 Ayers, Donald 59,70,89,75 Ayers, Jackie 46,94,97,96,89 Ayers, Linda 56 Bailey, Sarah 56 Baker, Barbara 25,21,105 Baker, Sidney 59,95 Ballard, Gary 25,64,112,l08,93,66,119, 67,123 Ballard, Glenda 52 Ballard, Nan 46,91 Ballard, Susan 46,94,106,97 Ballard, Thomas 56 Barker, Sandra 25,104 Bartlett, Lynn 59,90,101 Bartlett, Rebecca 25,21,105 Bartlett, Thomas 25,64,66,7l,73,117,76 Baumgardner, Charles 56 Baumgardner, Danny 46,61 Bunn, Karen 52,98 Beamer, David 46,64,68,71,99 Beamer, Glenda 46,98,92 Beamer, Kaye 52 Beamer, Sandra 25,98,118 Beamer, Sue 52,98,91,89,82 Bean, Cynthia 59 Bedsaul, Barbara 46 Bedsau l, Curtis 59 Brown, Charles 59 Brown, Gary 52,94 Brown, Herman 26 Brown, Jeff 59,100,75 Brown, Jo Ann 56 Brown, Larry 46,107,87,71,72 Brown, Mike 59 Brown, Nelson 26,95 Brown, Norma 52 Brown, Patricia 46,62 Brown, Paul 46,76 Brown, Russ 59,70,100,75 Brown, Stephen 69 Brown, Teresa 18159 Brown, Teresa 110152 Brown, Vera 59 Brown, Verl 59,70,75 Brown, Virgil 26,64,1l3,66,67 Brown, Waddell 46 Bryan, Debra 59,101 Bryan, Walter 46,64 Bryant, Janet 50,104 Bryant, Teresa 46,106 Bryant, Tony 26 Bryson, Jerry 56,74 Bryson, John 26,77 Bryson, Pandora 56,87 Bryson , Richard 71,77 Bullion, Debra 56 Bedsaul, Larry C91 56,95 Bedsaul, Larry 1101 52,77,98,84,94,89,85 Bedsaul, Randy 59,70,75 Bedwel Bedwel l, Marsha 59,103,97 1, Ricky 56 Bell, Barbara 46,101,105 Bell, Randy 59,70,100,75 Billings, Jewell 25 Blackburn, Debra 52 Blackburn, Sandra 56 Blair, Jackie 59 Blair, Judith 56,87 Blevins, Connie 56 Blevins, Jerry 46,95 Blevins, Sara 104 Blevins, Steve 56,95 Bolt, Stephen 52,95 Bolt, Susan 25,105 Bowers, Curtis 56,108 Bowers, Eugene 25,64,66,123 Bowers, Mahaley 59 Burnett, Mike 119 Burnett, Susan 59,97 Burnette, Denise 59 Burnette, Phillip 26,64,66,95 Burnette, Vickie 56,96,102,l01 Burris, Mike 26,64,113,66,124,76,80 Burris, Susan 52,106 Butcher, Joan 26 Byrd, Donna 46,87 Cain, Linda 56 Cain, Linda 56 Cain, Ralph 59 Caldwell, Jo Ann 59,97 Calloway, Jeannie 52 Cardwell, Phillip 56,69,l7,43,91 Cardwell, Phyllis 24,27,122,40,112,113, 111,98,84,42,85,119,81,43,93 Chaffman, Duane 59 Chambers, Beverly 52,106 Chambers, Eddie 27,105 Choate, Anthony 52 Choate, Earl 27,64,104,66 Choate, Jean 52 Choate, Linda 47,104,87 Clark, Richard 56,69 Clark, Robin 52,98,101,100 Clontz, Barbara 52 Cochran, Bobbie 24,27,51,112,111,101, 97,91,108,102,118,121,114,44 Cochran, Cathy, 47,91 Cochran, Mike 56,69 Cockerham, Jackie 27,94,96,l02,101,85 Cole, Linda 56 Coleman, Janie 56 Coleman, Johnny 52 Coleman, Mary Ann 27 Coleman, Ruby 59 Combs, Cheryl 5 2 Combs, Joanne 5 2 Combs, Ralph 56,108 Compton, Mike 27,77,92,93 Compton, Miles 52,98,94,102,100 Compton, Shannon 46,106,91,92,89,86 Cook, Billy Ray 52,95 Cook, Bobby Joe 52,95 Cooley, Donna 46,98,92,43,89,81 Cornett, Dean 56,95 Cowden, lone 52,103,106 Cowden, Jeanette 52,106 Cox, Audrey 52 Cox, Betty 52,98 Cox, Brenda 85,28,51,89,43,40,98,96 92 Cox, Carroll 59 Cox, Curtis 56,64 Cox, Elizabeth 28,96,119,99,44 Cox, Joyce 28,104 Cox, Judy 97,104 Cox, Linda 28,94,86 Cox, Sarah 56,98,82 Cox, Sharon 56 Cox, Thomas 28,104 Creasy, Tim 47,98,92 Creed, Patrick 47 Creed, Thomas 56,95 Criner, Beverly 59 Crouse, Brenda 52,106,108 Crouse, Karin 59 Carico, Carico, Betty Ann 27 Bridget 46,98,89,85,92 Carico, Jerry 52,76 Carico, Phyllis 27,87 Crouse, Patricia 56,106,108 Cruise, Cruise, Cruise, Bobby 59,70,89 lke 28,104 James 56 Student Index .... STU DE Hawks, Cruise, Karen 52,106 Cummings, Frank 28,105 Cummings, Mary 59 Custer, Susan 52,98 Dalton, Dennis 56 Dalton, Regina 47 Davis, Bobby 52 Davis, Doug 28,95,76 Davis, Gary 52,69 Davis, Jack 59 Davis, Regina 59,90,86 Davis, Sidney 28,104 Davis, Susan 47,98,94,91,108,8l,85,86, 124 Davis, Sylvia 28,98,92 Davis, Thelma 28 Day, Dennis 47 Delp, Sandra 59 Devine, John 56,95 Diamond, Barbara 28,94 Diamond, John 5 3 Diamond, Linda 56,108 Diamond, Mary 29,97,104 Diamond, Mike 53 Diamond, Ronald 29,40,89,118 Diamond, Voncile 47,94,106,92,85 Dickens, Janice 56,97 Dickson, Jay 5 3,99 Dixon, Brenda 59 Dixon, Donnie 56,95 Dixon, Nancy 56,l08,90 Donithan, Allen 56,95 Donithan, Jeff 56 Donithan, Linda 29,21,92,89,105,86 Donithan, Nancy 53 TI DEX Frost, Jane 47,97 Frost, Robert 47 Frye, Debbie 47,94,l06,96,86 Handy, Donald 56,69,95 Hankley, David 60,65,100,75 Hankley, Pam 30,98,84,91,96,85,117 Frye, Frye, Lisa 56,98,96,9O Patricia 29,90 Fulton, Sharon 26 Funk, Joe 47 Funk, Nancy 53 Funk, Ralph 57 Gallimore, Patricia 29,92 Gallimore, Rebecca 5 3 Gallimore, Verlin 59,70 Galyean, Barbara 57,106,108,90 Galyean, Jack 47,64 Galyean, Jill 29,41,98,91,l08,93,89,8l, 119 Galyean, Judy 47,94,l06,97,92,85 Galye an, Terry 53,65 Gillespie, Kerry 47 Glasco, Sue 47,102,101 Goad, Carl 59 Goad, Donald 29 Goad, Jerry 59,70 Goad, Sandra 53,87 Goins , Jennifer 57,87 Goins, Jerome 47,87 Goins , Rosemary 87 Goodson, Brenda 57 Hanks, Beverly 5 3,92 Hanks, Janet 90,82,57 Hanks, Jeff 30,113,42,94,92,89,l19 Harmon, Andy 53 Harmon, Ann Carol 48,98 Harmon, Frank 64,77,93 Harmon, Paul 5 3,95 Harris, Dennis 57 Harris, Henry 60 Harrison, Danny 53 Harrison, Diane 30,l06,62,96,92,86 Harrison, Jane 48,106 Harrison, Lois 48,104 Harrison, Phyllis 30 Harrison, Ruth 57,106 Hash, Herbert 60 Hash, Hurley 48 Hash, Patricia 30,104 Hash, Shirley 57 Hash, Tony 30 Hawks, Gene 60,95 Hawks, Patricia 31,18 Hawks, Patsy 48,106,97 Hawks, Rebecca 57,103,102,101 Roger 104 Gorden, Mary Lou 29,101,100 Graham, Margie 47 Graham, Tommy 53,95 Green, Cedella 47,106 Green, Leon 57 Green, Willie 47,87 Griffith, Susan 30,98,l06,85,99 Groves, David 30 Hayes, Vicki 31,111 Haynes, Diane 39,97,104 Haynes, Gary 57,102,100 Haynes, Mike 60 Hedrick, Debbie 57,90 Hedrick, Patricia 57,90 Herman, Bruce 57,74 Dotson, James 47,95,76 Dotson, Wilma 5 3 Douglas, Peggy 56,90 East, Dennis 29,33,93,31 East, Janey 59,90,33,101 Edmonds, Marcia 56 Edmonds, Patsy 46,87 Edwards, Betty Jo 47,98,l05 Edwards, Dallas 59,95 Edwards, Debra C97 56 Gurley, Anna 48,104 Guynn, Flo 57,90 Guynn, Gary 57,69,108,102,89,100 Gwyn, Dean 59 Hackler, Cathy 48,105 Hackler, Phyllis 57 Hackler, Warren 30,64,66,1 18,67 Haga, Patricia 87 Haga, Rebecca 48,104 Herh, Mike 57 ,74 Higgins, Danny Q81 60,95 Higgins, Danny C1 19 48 Higgins, Jackie 48,45 ,88,97,91,81,85, 123 Higgins, Peggy 53,98,92,82 Higgins, Randy 48 Higgins, Tony 60 Hill, Elizabeth 57,97 Hoffman, Debbie 53,l06,97 Holderfield, Carolyn 31 Holderfield, Claude 60 Holderfield, Columbus 60 Holderfield, Dale 60,107 Holderfield, Kennith 53 Holderfield, Mike 5 3,95 Edwards, Debra C101 53,106,92 Hale, Charlotte 53 Edwards, Johnny 5 3,95 Hale, Deborah 5 3,98 Edwards, Regina 56,90,89 Hale, Glen 48,62 Edwards, Sandra 47,83,97 Hale, Greg 30,40,113,94,102,l01,89,l00, Edwards, Sharon 47,91,92 99 Elliott, Gayle 53,95 Hale, Pamela 48,94,97,96,92,107,85 Evans, Jimmy 47,95 Hall, Dennis 48,95 Fayne, Barry 29,20,84,42,94,96,92,89,85 Hall, D01'iS 57 Fayne, Steven 53,55 ,88,74,99 Fender, Barbara 59,97 Fender, Donna 47,98,91,101 Fender, Joyce 47,104 Fender, Pam 29,91,92,102,101,100 Fields, Jerry 5 3,95 Fortner, Mary 47,104 Fortner, Phyllis 29,2l,l04,89 Frazier, Charlotte 59 Frazier, Rene 59 Frazier, Terry 24 ,29 ,98,42,94,96 ,92 ,89, 85 ,l 19 ,86 Frazier, Tony 59 126 ..... Student Index Hall, Mary Ann 30,112,113,92,l18,122 Hall, Marvin 57 Hamden, Melanie 59,89 Hamden, Mike 57,69 Hamm, Ronnie 53 Hampton, Hampton, 110 Hampton Hampton, 122 Hampton, Hampton, David 5 3,64 Howell 48,51,45 ,94,92,9 1 ,81 ,85 , , Kenneth 53 ,64,77 Michele 30,112,113,98,91,96, Mike 53,69,98,76 Vivian 48 Horne, Stephen 60,70,100,75 Horton, David 31 Houk, Vicki 53 Huff, Gary 57 Huff, John 57,95 Huff, Robert 60,70 Huff, Sara 48 Huff, William 57,108,74 Huffman, David 57 Hundley, Gary 60 Hundley, Rita 53 Igo, Dean 31 Igo, Sheila 60 Isaacs, Debra 60 Isaacs, Ray 31 Isom, lsom, Isom, Isom, Isom, Gary 31,64 Jerry 53,95 Rebecca 57 Sandra 60 Wanda 53,106 STUDE T I DEX Lemons, Linda 57 Lemons, Mary 32,105 Lemons, Phillip 49,78,98,94,92 Leonard, Darlene 32,98,94,92,89,86 Leonard, Dixie 54,98,94 Jarvis, David 48,65,79,88,94,81 Jarvis, Randy 57,93 Jennings, Alton 53,95 Leonard Leonard Leonard , Gale 49 , Kay 60 , Nancy 49,94,96,87 Jennings, Margaret 56,108,101 Jennings, Rocky 48,95 Lesse, Alan 59,102,l07,100,75 Lesse, Sylvia 54,98,94,103,91,92,89,82, Millner, Charlie 33,64,68,77,63,104,66 71,73,1l8,67,72,123,124 Mink, Jerry 33,117 Mitchell, Frances 49,106,87 Mitchell, Linda 33,62 Montgomery, Alan 33,64,66 Montgomery, Cheryl 54,91,108 Montgomery, Myra 49,15,91 Montgomery, Tony 54,74 Moorer, Rebecca 33,92,89 Johnson, David 60 Johnson, Jan 57,90 Johnson, Stan 48 Johnson, Wayne 105 Joines, Clifford 31,64,93,66,99,76 Joines, Rebecca 46,98,89 Joines, William 57,69 Jones, Carol 60 Jones, Cathy 48,96 Jones, James 53,74 Jones, Joyce 31 Jones, Linda 60 Jones, Ralph 57 Jones, W. M. 58 Joyce, James 48,98 Kane, Bonnie 31 ,41,84,92,43,89,1 18,85 Kane, Robert 53,65,93 Kegley, Janice 53,106,97,87 Kemp, Charles 31 Kempt, Debbie 53 Kenny, Ronnie 32,104 Kenny, Tony 53,95 Key, Pam 48 Killon, Steve 48,64,77,95 King , King, King, Brenda 32,104 Gary 48,64,95,76 Kathy 60 Kirby, Debbie 53,103,106 Kirby, Donna 48,98,96,92 Kirby, Gary 57 Kirby , Linda 48 Kirby, Robert 46,92,102,100,99 Kirby, Thomas 57 Kirk, Debbie 48,94,96,92,87 Krejci, Dorothy 60 Krejci, Marcus 57,100 Kyle, Kyle, Kyle, Kyle, Arthur 54,69,87 Johnny 32 Lanny 52,64,77,93,89,74,99 Leon 54 Kyle, Shalva 54 ,87 Kyle, Kyle, Shelby 57 Stanley 57,87 Laffoon, Mary Ann 54,91,101,86,99 Lane, Brenda 48 ,105 Lambert, Robert 60 Lawrence, Mark 60,102,100,75 Lawson, Dale 32,112 Lawson, Gary 57 Lawson, James 57,69,79,95 Lawson, Larry 57 Leath , Ann 54,87 Leath, Janet 57,101 Leath, Jeff 60 Leath, Phyllis 49,104,92 Leath, Randy 49,95 85 Liddle Liddle Liddle Liddle , , Barry 32,95 , Greg 57,95 , Robert 104 Sue 49,105 Lindamood, John 60,70,102,100 Lindsey, Ann 32,98,89 Lindsey, Debbie 57,108,90,82 Lindsey, Larry 60,95 Lineberry, Max 60 Lineberry, Priscilla 54,97,106 Long, Billy 32,100 Lowe, Deborah 54 Lundy, Donald 5 7,95 Lundy, Janice 32,106,97 Lundy, Johnny 54,95 Lundy, Marlene 60 Mabe, Dennis 57 Manuel, Jimmy 57,95 Manuel, Patsy 54,106 Manuel, Susie 57 Marion, Anita 54,108,99 Marion, Mary Kay 49,91,92,85 Marshall, Jack 60, 95 Martin, , Nancy 54,106 Martin, Martin, Mayes, Mayes, Martin Carl 60,70 Shirley 49,104 Thomas 69,57 Donna 54,98 Pamela 32,20,94 Morgan, Dennis 49 Morris, Harry 33,77,92,93,7l,80 Morrison, Danny 49,77,95 Moxley, Barbara 58 Moxley, Robert 58,95 Moxley, Susan 54,103,108 Mullins, Harold 54,69,79 Murphy, Gary 49 Musser, Linda 60 Neff, Jeff 70 Nelson, Darlene 60 Nelson, Donny 60 Nelson, Harold 49 Nelson, Judy 54,83,98,94,91,89,82 Newman, Elwood 33,95 Nichols, Allen 58,108,l02,100,115 Nichols, Nichols, David 54 Roy 34,95 Nichols, Susan 49,91 Norman, Jerry 34,64,66 Norman, Sue 54,91,86,99 Norman, Susie 58,87 Nuckles Nuckoll , Mary Lynn 49,106,99 s, Clark 58 McAllister, Charles 54,79,94,107,85,86 McAllister, Robert 57,17,108,102,100 McBride, Sandra 32,94,106,97 ,91,96,92, 101,89,87,86,99 McBride, William 49 McCarter, Jeff 59,102,89,100,75 McCarter, Van 33,78,92,119,86 McClean, Dean 57,95 McCoy, Michael 60,100 McGee, Diane 49,98,94,91,96,86,99 McGee, Richard 57,69,85 McKenzie, Michael 33,64,65,77,113,62,93, 89,66,71,73,118,172,116 McKnight, Regina 33,41,112,111,98,91,96, 92,102,101,43,100,119,121,l16,44 McKnight, Thomas 54,64,78,93,74,99 McMickle, Tony 57,95 McMickle, Virgil 33 McMillan, Darrell 33,104 McQueen, Joan 49,98 Meadows, Suzi 49,91,85,86 Melton, Bucky 60 Melton, Charlotte 49 Melton, Terry 58,98 Michaelis, Kay 54,106 Milgrim, Diane 54 Nuckolls, Gail 46,91,92,89 Oakley, Patricia 60 Osborne, Judi 34,111 Overby, Philip 34,102,85 Pack, Ruth 49,97 Painter, Danny 60 Painter, Richard 54 Parks, Doris 49,98 Parks, Phillip 54 Parsons, Linda 60 Parsons, Mike 34 Parsons, Susan 58,108,90 Patton, Gary 49 Patton, James 34,95 Patton, Joan 58,l06,97 Payne, Raymond 34 Peck, Stephen 58,l08,89,107 Peddy, Lou Ann 54,45,94,92,85,86 Peddy, Thomas 34,118 Pennington, Chuck 54 Perelman, Barry 58,108,102,100 Petty, Charles 60 Petty, David 34,64,66,95,76 Phillips, Belinda 49,91 Phipps, Kenneth 54,95 Phipps, Lisa 60,103 Pickens, James 54,65,78 Plummer, Shirley 58,97 Poe, Jackie 58 Poe, Janie 34 Poe, Jill 58 Poe, Mary 58,103 Student Index ..... 127 STUDE T I DEX Pollard, Beth 34, 98,91,92,86 Poole, Mary Ann 49,105 Porter, Gene 34 Porter, Suzanne 60 Potter, Michael 54 Price, Allen 54 Shoemaker, Gary 50,86 Shores, William 70,61 Shupe, Tony 61 Sikes, Dianna 50,106,92 Sizemore, Frank 61,95 Sizemore, Rebecca 61 Upchurch, Elizabeth 50,94,106 Vass, Cathy 37,40,1l2,122,113,88,98,42, 9l,93,81,86,44 Vass, Sarah 61 Vaughan, Bobby 55,77,98 Vaughan, Connie 58 Rector, Jackie 58,97 Price, Rita 54 Price, Sandra 58 Price, Teresa 60 Proffit, Kay 58,103,97 Quesinberry, Ted 35,104 Rankin, Ramey, Ramey, Rector, Rector, Rector, Michael 60,70 Larry 49 Mike 58 Billy 35 Buddy 79,95,80 Frances 54,98,94,91 Slate, Sandra 36 Slayton, Randy 55,64,77 Slayton, Ricky 58 Slayton, Robert 50,64,68,42 Slayton, Ron 70,61 Smith, Danny 36,104 Smith, Gretta 36,l04,92 Smith, Jane 58,97 Smith, Joyce 55,106 Smith, Lewis 36,95 Smith, Randy 50 Smith, Robin 36,1 1 3,93,7 1,7 3,86,72 Vaughan, Karen 61,90 Vaughan, Martha 61 Vaughan, Ralph 37,95 Vaughan, Veronica 55,106,87 Rector, Montie 35,95 Rector, Richard 54,79,74 Smythers, Woynal 50 Snow, LeAnne 61,97 Vaughan, Vicki 61 Vaughn, Teresa 37,40,92,122,1l8,81,43, 112,113,83,88,98,42,9l,93 Vaught, Pamela 50,105 Vaught, Warren 59,70 Waddell, Teresa 61,97,90 Wagoner, Carolyn 37,112,86,98,94,106,97 96,89 ,l 21 Wagoner, Linda 50,94,92 Walker, Judy 55 Spivey Redd, Steven 60 Reeves, David 35 ,95 Reeves, Joe 22,35,95 Reeves, Kathy 58 Reeves, Linda 49,105 Snow, Terry 58 Sparks, Clarence 36,95 Sparks, Dennis 55,95 Sparks, Tony 50 , James 36,95 Ward, Betsy 108,90 Ward, Bobby 50 Ward, Donna 55,94,91,87,82,85,109,99 Ward, Peggy 58,61 Ward, Shelby 50,97,105 Reeves, Randy 54 Reeves, Sue Richardson, 58,90 Diane 49 Richardson, Jackie 64,71 Richardson, Richardson, 113,101, Jeff 49 Ruth Ann 35,92,102,122,1 12, 99 Q Ring, Opal 60 Roberts, Betty 60,97 Roberts, Danny 35,93 Roberts, Dewayne 35,104 Robinson, Grace 35 ,4 1 ,45,98,9 1 ,92,81,85 Robinson, Mary Jane 58,90,82 Robinson, Patricia 50,86,94,91,92,99 Robinson, Robbie 46,64,79,88,93,7 1 ,109 Spurlin, Ronald 58 Spurlin, Steven 61 Stamper, Charles 50,105 Stamper, Demmie 61 Stanford, Thomas 5 3,7 8,74 Stanley, Dennis 55,69,102,100 ,74 Stockner, Thomas 58,89,95 Stoneman, Jerry 36,95 Stoneman, Mike 61 Stoots, Iva Sue 61 Stowers, Judy 61 Stuart, Judy 5 8 Sturdivant, Betty 55 ,106 Sumner, Thomas 58 Sumners, Carolyn 58 Wardwell, Barbara 61,90,101 Warf, David 55,65,93 Warf, Ronald 37,64,93,89,76 Waugh, Laura 61,101 Waugh, Richie 58 Weatherman, Barbara 37,97,104 Webb, Margo 61 Webb, Phillip 5 3,69,79,89,71,99,80 Webb, Terecia 61,107,87,86 Weinberry, Beth 55,98,101 Wensel, Diane 61,90 Wensel, Linda 50,98,91,85 Western, Dimple 61 Whitley, Patsy 50,105 Whitt, Drusilla 50,94,l06,97 Wilson Rudy, Greg 57,69,89 Russell, Barbara 50 Russell, Brenda 50 Russell, Dennis 50,95 Russell, Donny 35,95 Russell, Freddie 35 Russell, Jesse 58,95 Russell, Robert 58 Rutherford, Bonnie 54 Rutherford, Kathy 60 Sanders, Hewlass 60 Saunders, Sharon 58,87 Sawyers, Ervin 35,113,98,93,89,76 Sawyers, Kathy 54 Sayers, Diane 36 Schaffer, Kenneth 60,100 Schrader, Donald 58 Sells, Susan 61,97,90 Shaw, Diane 58 Shaw, Faye 36 Shaw, Frances 54,106,108 Shaw, Garnett 50,95 Shaw, Margaret 58 Shell, Lowell 55 Shell, Wayne 61 128 ..... Student Index Sutherland, Harold 50,102,100,95 Sutherland, Julia 61,90 Sykes, Jimmy 50 Tally , Michael 5 8 ,9 8 Taylor Taylor Taylor David 55 ,69 9 ,Debbie 36,98 , Gloria 36,98 Taylor, Perry 61 Taylor, Robert 61 Testerman, Shirley 58 Thomason, Lois 58 Thore, Thore, Nancy 50,85 Pam 58,97 Tompkins, Sue 5 5 Williams, Johnny 50,95 Williams, Kathy 61 Williams, Michael 37,77,87,7l,73 Williams, Richard 37 Wilson Wilson Deborah 61,97 Donnie Sue 37,92 Wilson, Gregory 58,95 Wilson Hazel 55 Wilson Jackie 58 Wilson, Larry 38,64,65,104,66,67,95 Wilson Mike C81 70,61 Wilson, Mike C121 38,98 Wilson Porter 58,95 Sandra 38 Trent, Charles 37,95 Trent, Vada 55,106,87 Triplet, Debra 58,97 Truitt, Howard 50,45,92,95 Truitt, Karen 58,108,96 Truitt, Patricia 37,99 Tucker, Cynthia 61 Tucker, Gary 5 8,69 ,74 Tucker, Regina 61 Tucker, Vanita 37 Tucker, Verna 61 Winesett, Sue 55 Wingate, Brenda 58,97 Wisely, Doris 38 Wright, Anita 55,94,106,97 Wright, Kathy 58,97 Wright, Phyllis 50,94,106,97,92 Wyatt, Frank 55,98,94,l02,107,100 Zachary, Margaret 50,88,94,92,85,86 Zachary, Rachel 58,108,90 ,fa , ww, 'fit'7', - . ,, Y74' L 1' 9 55 DVERTISEMEN S W X Y I 1 5 S Ni? X I M., K-1 Advertisements . .... 129 R. E. JDNES AND SCN VAUGHN FURNITURE COMPANY THE NIERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK 0F GALAX , A A ' ?9?1.S'9"b'Jf , ' if--K' . X A ,' -Af' af ---' - ' AP---4 e 1 , RW e 4343524 LEA-we Galax, Virginia Advertisements VAUGHAN-BASSETT FURNITURE COMPANY SAWYER'S FURNITURE COMPANY HERFF JONES Buddy Moses P. O. Box 373, Pearisburg, Virginia Rings-AnnouncementswAwards-Caps and Gowns-Diplomas Advertisements Advertisements BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES Mlf it,s anything to do with fabric, we do it at Burlington Industries, and we do more of it than anyone in the world. Burlington Industries, Inc. Executive Offices: Greensboro, North Carolina ..J WEBB FURNITURE CORPCRATION D t 19691970 F C1 f 70 GHS G1 V g A-sj,:n,,L,j41' 'Q ' I 6550011 M- A, ZQ fQf,f,,U..i-L,Q f-Ist W , Q M Q, Q , MD wiv M fff Lu AW QWOVQQQMW TXNIN COU NTY MOTOR COMPANY 6'Where Service is a Pleasure Galax Virginia IVICKNIGHT OIL "Home of Watchdog Heating Oil Sewicew Esso Products Gene T. McKnight, Distributor Galax, Virginia Advertisements Insurance 140 KYLE AND WILLIAMS INCORPCRATED Galax Virginia DIXON LUNIBER COMPANY Manufacturers of Hardwood Flooring, Dimension Stock and Building Material Galax Virginia Advertisements Real Estate WHITE CHEVROLET SALES mafia? THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GALAX Bank of Fr im iendly S Advertisements VAUGHN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Get the Best Get Sealtest Joe Edwards, Manager Galax Virginia PLESS FURNITURE STORES li Southwestern Virginiais most complete Home Furnishings Center Galax Fries Wytheville Pulaski Radford Compliments of B. P. OIL COMPANY Galax, Virginia Advertisements Advertlsements GALAX CHAIR COMPANY I f '-"W I - T ' ':,.45- ,. A .fe m -. J " "' --M J. " '1 L 11212-E' ' ' 4-tj. " 1:5,,.:.,L,3jE25E5E55Eg:5.5::.f.,.,,A .... V ' W' """ - L.. ' H. A "v'wMk?:g5 I Galax, Vifglnla GALA BOWL- RESTAURANT Galax, Virginia GLOBNIAN'S Galax V1l'glHl3 ff, I J. E. DAVIS AND SONS ! ' ga 1 Contractors ? '- X M 1 W .Eg an Z I M ,gm Galax Vlfglllla Engmeers Ad t t ..... 145 ROSE'S I! E 33, Inc See us on all your r v 42 za I 4 Galax, Virginia VIRGINIA MUTUAL UNDERWRITERS Commercial Printing Business Forms, Invitations or Announcements, Books, cards, INCORPORATED 1 Jimmy Ballard Rubber Stamps n Color Process Printi 300 Madison Stree Phone 236-4831 Galax, Virginia Advertisements t g Insurance Real Estate Galax, Virginia 4- SQUARE BUILDING B dRb C SUPPLY CLAUDE S BREWER WELL DRILLING COMPANY f N O C , spy , S5119 Qmgffi! XXII! G1 V G1 V WADDELL NURSING VAUGHAN GUYNN HOME FUNERAL HOME S h V CI N H f h gd d l A I3 Ph 2364911 G1 V GI Vg PORTER FURNITURE COMPANY 213-215 South Main Street Ph 236 5144 G 1 V HARRIS MARSHALL HOSIERY MILLS INCORPORATED G I V 1 93112111 11.191 Th F IS dC 1 Od C J kH1 120W G S Ph 2365711 G1 V BOLEN DRUG COMPANY The Rexall Store G1Vg BLUE RIDGE TRANSFER INCORPORATED 329 S G1 V BEATRICE NUNN STUDIOS Ph g ph Cl P AdT p 2363813 hM G1 V LINDEMAN CORPORATION Id plld G1 V COOMES INSURANCE AGENCY IOIN hM' S MhlL dRb LC J A GI Vg LINEBERRY'S JEWELRY STORE STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY A bl Lf dF EC1ff dsd lAg G1 V 1065 hM s SAM B. GRIGGS INCORPORATED MIDTOWNER MOTEL TEXACO O.H yG' D b F T F101 G1 V M A AND RESTAURANT NhCl GIV NIILO COCKERHAM Engrutulutiuus to the D b f class of vo G lfOlP d QUE? A FRIEND GI V W. K. EARLY 81 SON GUYS AND DOLLS COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE f""""'Nf w D 12366071 gl G1 V g G l V g TRUlTT'S Galax, Virginia QUALITY MOBILE HOMES Located in Beautiful Bryn Mawr Village East Stuart Drive Galax, Virginia Rl-loDE's DRY CLEANING JEWEL BOX P. F. Rhodes, Proprietor Phone 236-2551 g'Clean Clothes Last Longer" Pick up and Delivery Service Galax, Virginia 152 Advertisements Galax, Virginia CURTIS THEATERS MINK MOTOR SALES The Rex The Star Hester's Galax, Virginia ChryslerAPlymouth-Jeep F 8' F MOTORS THE CARNATION COMPANY Esso Servicenter Galax, Virginia Galax, Virginia BELK'S DEPARTMENT STORE HIGGINS OIL COMPANY ' 4 ELL Galax, Virginia Galax, Virginia HENDERSONSJEWELRY RED BARN RESTAURANT 5, i' ,aff 'fliygw Galax, Virginia Galax, Virginia Ad t t 153 BURGER BAR STONEMAN'S RECAPPING i g., Galax, Virginia Galax, Virginia SOUTHERN STATES GALAX GALAX pl-UMBING COOPERATIVE, INCORPORATED AND HEATING Galax, Virginia Galax, Virginia GALAX VARIETY 5-1 0-25C STORE DOUBLEJ WESTERN STORE Galax, Virginia Galax, Virginia BLUEFIELD CHURCH Compliments of FURNITURE COMPANY GALAX M ERCHANDISE "Your Church is our Businessw ' ' ' ir inia Galax, Virginia GHIHX, V B 154 Ad ertisements BLUE RIDGE OFFICE EQUIPMENT INCORPORATED Galax, Virginia MARTI N'S FLOWERS ,, If A812 Free Customer Parking Lot- Back of Store Galax, Virginia HANKLEY AUTO FOU NTAI N GULF Galax, Virginia PRINCESS BEAUTY SHOP 1065 North Main Street . X I I I -. it if F -I Galax, Virginia k J. C. SUTHERLAND JEWELER Fine Diamonds Bulova and Elgin Watches Samsonite Luggage Phone 773-3362 Independence, Virginia N 81 H RELIABLE GROCERY 9 Galax, Virginia , ,f., If h 5' 1 4 6 Q GALAX GAZETTE Tuesdays and Thursdays Galax, Virginia Advertise 155 ROMEY'S SANDWICH SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF DAIRY BAR Galax, Virginia Galax, Virginia R EA DY-M IX BILI-'S USED CARS CONCRETE COMPANY Galax, Virginia Galax, Virginia GA LAX M OT E L BIG CHIEF IGA MARKET North Main Street Galax, Virginia ,f PEPSI-com Si Galax, Virginia 156 Ad Galax, Virginia STAR SERVICENTER Galax, Virginia DEAN'S AMERICAN SERVICENTER A'V"V'AR'S SUPER WSCOUNT Galax, Virginia BOWIE CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE Galax, Virginia PIGGLYWIGGLY FIELDER ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR 104 Poplar Knob Galax, Virginia 121 West Grayson Street Galax, Virginia MARTI N'S CLEAN ERS Galax, Virginia .AND G. PAINT STORE Lev-L-Lite Quality Paints Dial 236-4413 103 West Center Street Galax, Virginia SPENCE ELECTRIC COMPANY Galax, Virginia Ad 157 VAUGHAN SHOE STORE Galax, Virginia WI NGATE'S STORE Independence, Virginia WBOB Galax, Virginia My . GRADUATES A FRIEND 158 Ad WALTER'S DRUG STORE mln Business for Healthn Independence, Virginia DAN B. WAUGH "Today's Clothes for Todayis Teensn Galax, Virginia GALAX FLORIST Phone 236-2954 Galax, Virginia GALAX Moron COMPANY DUDGE Galax, Virginia CATRON'S Recovering and Re-styling Large Selection of Fabrics Shown in your Home Custom Built Living Room Furniture Oldtown Road Phone 236-4136 Galax, Virginia PAR K'S TIRE COMPANY Z! 451511. WIDE TIHES :Z Galax, Virginia VASS-KAPP HAR DWAR E PEOPLES SERVICE DRUG SKFURNITURE COMPANY STORE INCORPORATED Rf Wiz: id ff! f'f -g C11 M V 457V , xx f V X Galax, Virginia Galax, Virginia HUB RESTAURANT Galax, Virginia Adv 159 . ,, F. G. HALL BLU ENIONT KNITTING MILLS Galax, Virginia PILOT OIL Galax, Virginia . Galax, Virginia LESSE'S SU PERETTE l want to thank all members of the Business Staff for their hard work during this past year. I also want to thank all of our patrons who have helped to make this 1970 Knowledge Knoll possible. 5'The Complete Supermarket" Igilgnigggiiager Galax, Virginia . . . Advertisements TH KYO The 1970 Knowledge Knoll is now a reality! For us, the Editor and Business Editor, it is the result of many hours of diligent work, much thought, and a desire to give this student body an annual of which it can be proud. We sincerely hope that it will serve to recall your fondest memories of the year. lt now seems fitting that we offer our sincere appreciation to those who helped to make this yearbook a reality. To these people we extend a special thank you: Our advisor, Mrs. Kate Dickens, who has done an excellent job in guiding us through all aspects of the production. Barry Fayne, art editor and photographer, and the Art Staff, for their consistent endeavors in preparing layouts and taking pictures. Bonnie Kane and the Literary Staff for an outstanding job of writing copy and making necessary picture identifications. Larry Bedsaul and the Sports Staff for recording scores and producing layouts for our sports section. Mr. W. A. Brown, Mrs. Donna Sikes, Mrs. Polly Higgins, and the office staff for their time and cooperation in helping us solve many problems encountered each day. Faculty members for allowing us several class interruptions. Delmar Studios and Publishing Company, Mr. Max Ward, and Mrs. Jane Linker for their assistance in planning our yearbook and executing these plans. And, finally, the student body, whose encouragement and enthusiasm made our work worthwhile. Although there have been many trying times during the preparation of the 1970 Knowledge Knoll, your approval of this yearbook is our reward. We sincerely hope you will be as proud of the history of this year at Galax High School as we are. Warmest wishes for the future, Kat1aaeff'- ,. -ff- 'irrel Q Ss if X: . XXV ' x H yi! A A W Wwwwfmm M, , MM I Mmm- E i s E X 5 E 5 3 1 s if V ,F Coach Joe Lindsey introduces 1969 football team at the first pep rally. I ei V A W.:-, ffl J ., ' ,I ft: t,ss S , V ,' , 1 , ,L,, 'V I . K - , , ',.,,, ,. Coach Lindsey and Coach Bryant seem to enjoy being the center of attraction at homecoming pep rally. Varsity basketball team is led into the game by Varsity cheerleaders. While the GHS band plays the school song, the majorettes perform one of their many routines, Students begin their march from homecoming pep parade on Main Street to bonfire in l"elt's Park. JV cheerleaders boost school spirit at bas- ketball game. JV cheerleaders find the homecoming game as exciting as one of their own. RES gi MQW MALL fig Q Kg A X QQ f Q7 YI!! 13455 Ng 3 ff gh? J Q ef v dm? 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