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

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H Y ,- ?5 E1 45 235-451 fe XX W 5 1 1 -SW x , Zu: L51 f, 2 STUDENT LIFE 5 Uzzigiiii i ,ii if ,, 11 ff' f ,f,- -i x JE. .... Q' 'Q :Q I 1. I I ""5,,,X Z 13 I i irl' 1 V-ff '- in Q in -A . i -' -i ef. A . . , , If 'x ' v 2, l i "X "li Nl? l 'ff - . si A ,4 'Q 1. . X N H i V Q 4 N pn ti' . ,P VV v 5' !f, Il, Q U4 ef' 6 img, 5 i ' ' ii N F V ,, i J -. i fi ks ' 4' .r ' 155, I n r i frbiifilibttom lef t . ,,, 'The Senior Slileide Squad mutilafes another scifi :grader's head. wif li Herringgggfpeexjsxx inte yonderfgg-1gi I-liiiiljgi-iffakes no 8th grade Glen Wilson hqlds back a smile when he sees the inffhis face. for dandfiiff. wif 5i?iE5f?fL1,.x,, Vviilkeflhjgiii Brian Check Ricky Walker practices for the "Raggedy Ann Look-A-Like Contest." 11454 in ix, " 512-i ll? .fzzffaim 5 W 3 Joe Otey prepares to cut his foot off with his mower. SUMMER ISN'T f For once, we all got out of school for summer break before summer was over. School ended May 30, and that gave us almost 21,6 months for sun and fun. To tell the truth, there wasn't a lot of hot sun. When it wasn't raining, it was too Cold, but somehow we managed to do all that was expected of us to keep up our reputations. As usual, swimming and sunbathing were major pastimes. Not all of us had a great deal of free time because of work. If we weren't bagging groceries, mowing lawns, washing cars, or hauling lumber, we were hard at work in depart- ment stores and factories. On the weekends, however, we always busted loose and "Headed for the Mountains". "Grandfather's," the disco located at the Midtowner became the place to spend all our "big bucks". Two or three times a week we put on our boogie shoes and danced the night away. Cruising, boy! girl watching, and chug-a-luggin' were still popular sports for those of us who have athletic tastes. 4 STUDENT LIFE Kelly Martin practices For the 1980 Olympic diving competition. f T . V l l 1 i 1 r 4 3 i I f f I i I r l Q l i I l f I . l I 3 .J David Lowe makes sure no one sees him sneaking fries from the Fryer to his mouth. my i7 I Q ig Xu. If www' X , tint, , 1 Jay, Aw E ' W , ,, , ,. is f 1 A 4 Q' 'H-,b , ' ii- 141 1 ' Q- M 2 ' :Y SME. 1' , um W A iii- if ' iw ' .vw i , W .- , ,Q , , pw-iqvr, 1 Ms 'M W A AI 6 r 'V W V is' I V4 ' , 1 4 1: F it-fi, iii t . W iw: David Burkes shows off his pearly whites. Victor Robinson and Mitch Riggins take a break from their strenuous outdoor activity STIIDFNT TIFF 5 GHGZV woRLD or FAsHlo " . . . But mom, I just have to have a pair of designer jeans! Everybody has a pair but me, and they're only S40 a pair. What'd ya say mom, huh? Even though Gloria Vanderbilts, Can- dies, and Calvin Kleins are the style these days, few of us are fortunate enough to pay the high prices for them, so Levi's seem to still hold the no. 1 position on the end. No one seems complete without their old faded Levi's! To match our jeans, whether they're designers or Levi's, we all collect the ever popular Alligator and Fox shirts. I mean, who's cool without their gators or foxes? Fashion is a big part of our lifestyle and everyone tries to be in style with their friends. Some of the fashions sometime seem to appear oddly matched, but these days anything seems to go. Sometimes when we get the urge to dress up in some classy fashion we find ourselves choosing from wide assort- ments of blazers, skirts, cords, etc. This year even the teachers are steppin' out and wearing high-fashion clothes! Stum- bling up the steps or falling off the heels of their Candies is occasionally seen, but we all are taking part in the "Crazy World of Fashion!" . Q " 'TF Galax's own Hee Haw Honeys: Becky Billings, Alesia Combs, Stephanie Healy, and Robin Frye. Tommy Lander shows his disappointment because he's "only a fox" - not a gator. 6 FASHION ji -Hr Yr CX- 199' It looks like this "Super Hero" had trouble in the phone booth! 4 alt' ii,- -, me Ll- , Www ' E f . ..... ,,. . A 1 ' 1 ,N ,. Beth Blose shows us that braces and oxford shlrts don t look that bad together. S 5 1 1 1,3 I I 5 s 1 M - ' M! L - giir. X 1 n, 5 x." 5 l. fi? 'k' rf' 'g' .iff li: C llftg ' A',1Y!.' l ,r vip , 1, Pat Hall and Kendall Kegley show us thelr After a hard day at the Steer House, Chris Morris tells us how she feels. Guynn Edwards at summer football practice. WM -- . 8 STUDENT LIFE Jackie Kniclc seems to enjoy his summer job E' tc, 'T Sumiimes We . V " ' -. -'VV V --- ' ' - ' s K br r wp ,T it 4. 1 W- - ,Q - f li liqrrigrl tv Rem embrer Summer of '79 began with a bang. We headed enthusiastically for the beaches, pools, tennis courts, and summer jobs, What a relief - 2Vz months of glorious summer vacation. Long days were spent working or just doing not much of anything. We can now look back laughingly at all those wild and exciting adventures that summer always brings. For instance, all those wonderful days spent at the beach trying our best to be fish - in or out of the water! As we put all thoughts of summer behind us and look to the coming year with high hopes, a slight sense of nervousness, and overall enthusiasm - it's the suntimes we'll remember. 4 merry-go-round. Mx 4 0' ' 'Z Stewart "Hooter" Cook hard at work. Keith "Legs" Barker tries to smile for our photographer in spite of the 75-pound lawnmower he's holding. C-TIIDFNT I IFF o Lisa Childs asks her mon for two tickets for the 10 STUDENT LIFE 5-u Lf? .B , .?5M W . "gg A Days Gone By 33 .N -.. Swv,-rv LS 39" rl 'init As the summer ended and schooltime grew near, students began bustling about in order to prepare for the upcoming year. After all the notebooks, paper, pens, and pencils were bought, the '79-80 school year hit with extreme force. Quizzes, chapter tests, and book reviews blew us all away. But the mighty GHS students weathered the storm clutching the knowledge of future football games, pep rallies, and, of course, Homecoming. Now that we are in full swing of the school year, all the old familiar habits are seen in action once again. Lunch time is still a favorite whether you spend it out- side in the fresh air or inside "munchin" or on the benches rapping with your favorite people. Even with the problems of schoolwork, the fun of school life equalizes the hassles. l Clockwise from left William Sizemore strains his brain on a tough in- tergalactic word find. Paula Sexton is obviously thinking of bigger, brighter things. G.I. Joe, maybe? Susie jones is in no mood to have her picture taken - and it shows! Tommy Whittle and Chris Felts compete on their Jimmy Carter imitation. Aw! Come on, Tommy! Kendall Kegley and David Rios work on their miraculous cure for mono. Clark Fincher gets his lips in shape for the big weekend ahead. STUDENT LIFE 11 THE MA N EVE T 4 E , -K-2' 59'-V' . . 11 f ' V Imlmunff, ' 'c 'O 0 up -s u Susan Cockerham, Carmen Davis and escorts, sway mu'-HC to a slow tune. i 1979 Homecoming Court. . -.Jn-. .1 Q., f-. . Ji . Hb1D!!""""' ' . 'EEZ rf' .' 31 , J.,-5 H. 1rJ.,.J,,,. .,, .. "ii J- fT'J'- , ,...' 'um ' " QV , I' i if r ,N v". + 4 ,. .J ' 1 " ,gr , ,fl 'f ff' . 1 I i 1 ,L iii lglg , :'5"""g'rY f --V -, :stil V, Y li' . l-Y7dsiciJELf- ' dance Soma Taylor 1979 Homecoming Queen or A W As the week s activities came to a close, excited fans let out their spirit in the Homecoming pep rally on Friday. The game has been postponed until Saturday because of ram, but our spirit could not be dampened The results of the spirit link competition were announced with the Senior class winning narrowly over Maroon Tide and Christiansburg Demon fought it out in a boxing match. We were ready for the two most exciting events to come the game and the crowning of the queen. On Saturday night, the game proved to be frustrating for the Tide. Penalties and a soggy field shut down the Tide's defense and offense which was riddled with injuries. The final score was Galax 0 and Christiansburg 22. Excitement and anticipation was climaxed as Miss Sonia Taylor was crowned queen with maids of honor, Rhonda Fleming, Marcie Quesenberry, and Cathy Gaylean. The dance was held immediately after the game in the grade school gym. GHS students "get down" at the Homecoming the 10th graders. We all watched as a - I c ' Y A fl! A1 ' QB if in p ,i Q Q' G f W . I - 5.5 K M ,ii -' -.w Homecoming '79 had its ups and its downs, but all in all it proved to be a success. With a theme like "The Main Event," how could it prove otherwise. Throughout the week of September 17- 20, different and exciting events took place giving everyone at GHS a sense of pride and unity. As always, Monday was the day of the election of queen, chosen from the thir- teen candidates: Susan Cockerham, Car- men Davis, Rhonda Fleming, Cathy Galyean, Vicki Hall, Stephanie Healy, Lisa Martin, Chris Morris, Susan Nunn, Sonia Taylor, Marcie Quesenberry, Sylvia Wilson, and Karen Wright. Throughout the week, speculation took place about who was the winner, but we all had to wait and see. Monday was also the beginning of the sale of spirit links. The purpose of this competitive activity was for students to sponsor their class by purchasing links which were to be later joined to form spirit chains. These chains served as a symbol of our school spirit at the Homecoming game. Tuesday's event was locker decoration. Students and teachers decorated lockers and doors with ideas from "The Main Event" theme. Up and down the hall, we say gyms and box- ing arenas popping up. Prior to the bon- fire and pep rally on Wednesday night, everyone joined in the snake dance to Felts Park. The pep band provided music as we chanted and sang fight songs. A Christiansburg Demon was thrown into the fire by our football players providing the night's highlight. HOMECOMINC- 13 FI E MINUTE ARNIN 1-..,.... 1 f, 14 STUDENT LIFE Matt Payne and Pam Bedwell become engaged bet- ween classes. After P.E., Sharon Herrington finds a convenient place to wash her hair. "Everybody take five." That's good, that's all we can take anyway. This five minutes may not seem like very long, but for some it's an eternity. During this time, students can do any number of things such as finding that special friend, do an English term paper, cram for a next period test, go to the Hop-In, or set the garbage can on fire. For teachers, this can be a time of great serenity, but after a cup of coffee and a BC powder, they're ready to face the monotonous jungle once again. ee: if ' no-11511 up-ani-. ff f ' L f w L3 21.1.2 1 "'1 -. -1 - . JL, - ' . i , ,z :r'.1'.-. F"3uFi' rc-QL,-A Ji, 'rrp -..'fy13'A-1+ .i -, ki it-1 , ..',Y - Lf Q. k- 1. ,1,'-:yes-:lg -ar- g - :ef-' ' up . 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' ' Q 5' iw' H. ic" "M, sf ' Ji . W , if it ii ,Cy BV 1 i H K 1. ,SH f f 1 ' 1 I i fu ,X .. if ii 5? ,NM i'M,f:1-zgwg ii iii ii 226551. wifi? ,qi " af . STUDENT LIFE 15 HEY DOC, I'm allergic to needles. Carmen Davis cringes as she gets her inoculation. Remember when you were little and your mommy took you to the doctor's of- fice so you could get shots for all those horrible diseases? Well guess what, those shots either weren't any good in the first place or they ran out of effectiveness! So, during those first hectic days of school, we were all notified that we were required to have the boosters or prove that we had had them, OR be dismissed from school. Now, no matter how much we dislike school, Mom and Dad wouldn't let us get kicked out, .so we had to drive the doc- tor's secretaries crazy looking for our records or we took the shots. For most of us, it was take the shots. Being called by classes, we at least had our friends to help us through this painful situation. We waited our turns, wondering if we would be one of the ones who passed out. Man- alive, they were dropping like flies out there for a while, but for most of us the pain of the painless air guns was the only reaction. 16 l Melanie Hensley laughs in pain's face. Mike Hash recuperates after a dizzy spell.. Vicki Hall tries to be brave as her turn comes up .W v Karen Cox does the robot. Toot-toot, hey-y-y beep-beep! These familiar sounds are heard at the new disco called Grandfather's every Wed- nesday, Friday, and Satruday night. If you haven't been, you've missed a great time to boogie to the greatest disco sounds. From the balcony, the Pretzel, Latin Hustle and many more of the latest steps can be seen. If you've always had that special someone in the back of your mind, then now is your chance to get them out on the floor and dance. But then there's always 101 excuses when that Disco Daniel with the SSS fslick, silk shirtl asks you to dance. Even if you don't like disco, Grandfather's is still the place to PARTY HEARTY! Disco Nights If you know Allen, then you know why Lynette is smiling. Debbie Williams and friend tear up the floor at Grandfathers. STUDENT LIFE 17 3 I DonnyTVaughan is told "no" for the fifth time Sandra Fortner takes time from Mrs Roudebush s In school this year a variety of ac- tivities can be seen going on. Some peo- ple decide not to go to class and instead wrestle outside land sometimes in the classroomj Then there are the scholars who try to take in everything they can from the teachers but usually can't con- centrate due to the noise in the room. Sleeping seems to have become very popular, not only at home, but also in class while a teacher is giving a lecture that you really should be listening to. Some of the main topics, which sleeping students often do not hear, deal with "sleeping in class." Other topics students should listen to include 'Coach Dalton's infrequent tips on how to cheat on your income tax, Ms. Anness' brochures on common everyday plants you can eat. And, of course, you can always hear Coach Spangler's new jokes fthey were also new last year, the year before, the year before that, etc.J Gene Sizemore stretches out after one of those weekends. 18 STUDENT LIFE ' Sleepmg on the Job i, i 1, . im "-s': lvl., mi is XX. Michelle Chappell can't believe what she is reading. Tommy Lander and Daryl Burks are not impressed by Chris Saunders' physique. ...i 5, - ,, ...- Al If rs l m, 4 I s iz 5 i is .X ' im, - .3 ' ll .' "gi r 10 pw ,' "' Xu as jf Fw, 4 ia-44? Chris Moretz finds the lunchroom a difficuli place Jackie Felfs and Clark Fi1'lCh91' HY YO Caffh CVEFY to study. trick on one of Coach Dalton's test. STUDENT LIFE 19 l 417' THE LIVI G END Y xx . ui' .au , ii? J ' Myra Williams is speechless after hearing her grade Oh 3 test. N. ,rein .sv f 5 I iw fm " M I H :Abu bk Andrea Milgrim shows that Kyles gym suits really are permanent press. 20 STUDENT LIFE .:.:'.. .J A ,SE . V - '- . fm 1 5- -e 'gn - 'WW Q jimmy McMickle sneaks a cookie out of his pocket to quench his mid-day munchies. Michelle Miller and Tim Bottomley put a grand finale on their Vaudeville act. W I " .Ja ti . ,f,- -at. ,:5...,Vvr,: K 1.. In ,ei QTL' Brian Underwood is found in a rare moment of thought and meditation. M,,,.-w- we Jamie Ford is caught in the act of shooting peas at innocent bystanders. ,W if if 1- "Where does it all end? Will we ever grow up? I thought that we became all "high" and "mighty" after the seventh grade. What? You mean l'm wrong?" This is a feeling that many of us face each year at Galax High School. Sure, we get more privileges and a little extra freedom as we get older, but what we do have never seems to be quite enough. We are constantly trying to prove our level of maturity by faithfully attending each classg by eating lunch with a little bit of mannersg or by opening doors for weary teachers with an armful of books. "Where does it all end? When can we just be ourselves? When can we lay out of a class without getting caughtp spit peas on a little house ape at the next tableg or let a teacher open her own door, dropping every book, without feeling guilty? Never? You mean we really are growing up? This isn't just a put on? Wow! This is really kind of neat!" STUDENT LIFE 21 THE CYCLE C NTI UES 22 STUDENT LIFE Paula Hahn looks to see if anyone is watching her Barry Lowe is caught off guard as he does his steal homework. classwork. Life at GHS doesn't change all that much from year to year. We all go to classes and struggle through our assign- ments. Class isn't total chaos and confu- sion and we somehow seem to learn something. Between classes and during lunch we seem to have the most fun and bring about the most mischief. It is then that we find our friends and go over the latest gossip or just find a corner in the hall to recover from a test. The cycle con- tinues from day to day, from the begin- ing to the end of school. It sounds like a boring drudgery, but we make it fun and whether we admit it or not, we enjoy at least some of the time we spend here. Ian Cardwell in a typical pose Bob Dendy plays a game of "see food". E , ,il T k 'WW 'fl Timmy Coomes looks thrilled at the idea of getting off the trash can. .IUIN V,ll.l'X All the brothers' give the sign. STUDENT LIFE 23 THE DAY IS at 411' Tommy Whittle Be Be Hill Andrea Mrlgrim and Scott Frye express their great interest during class A typical day at school has the ability to bring out the best and the worst in everyone of us. You stroll into 1st period lon time for oncej expecting to catch some zzz's. But much to your surprise you find that a thesis paper is due which you don't have a book for yet. Suddenly the ever popular voice of Mr. Brown is heard ringing throughout the halls announcing that an assembly will be held during 2nd and 3rd. Then you realize that your day will be brighter after all. David Alley proves that studying can curl your hair. Z4 STUDENT LIFE WHAT YOU MAKE IT Jerry.Lawson shovels it in. "T'w "l"""' M' , W T ifmliiliiililllx ,T All this grinning makes you wonder what Phillip Cochran and Timmy Coomes have been up to. STUDENT LIFE 25 Stephen Robinson poses for his mug shot There are disadvantages in attending a small schoolp but, here at G.H.5. we en- joy it because we see more familiar faces in the crowd. After the first six weeks of school, we usually know all the classes our favorite "stranger" hasp what bench he makes his appearance ony and exactly what part of the lunch line he stands in. Leonard Sandburg dreams about the weekend. 26 STUDENT LIFE . FACES I 7 r Tony Russell portrays "the Thinker." Jerry Lawson auditions for a toothpaste commercial. !' F4 1-'QI Kim Sample shows us how she boogies to the beat of one of Coach Dalton's lectures. Q R Steve Brewer and Gary Higgins prepare to rip off somebody s lock. STUDENT LIFE 27 Mike Phipps demonstrates that even Seniors end up on the bottom sometimes. R b' C ' h l h- b f C h Lsufly 52: hrma es a pus up e me Cac Brian Underwood shows off his new pair of ear muffs CTony Truittj. 28 STUDENT LIFE HASTE MAKES WASTE One hour and 30 minutes out of 7 hours of our time at school is spent in the halls. That is, the people that attend their classes. For the rest of us, our school life is spent in the halls maintaining our pop- ularity and doing next period's homework. During lunch our future baseball stars practice their pitching with cafeteria leftovers using the walls and windows as targets. On certain days you can find the senior suicide squad on the prowl for unsuspecting 8th graders. As for the teachers, they have their turn at playing guardian over us. As we think back, there is one thing we have neglected to thank the school forg the benches and the radiators. What would we have done without these? After suffering severe burns in an experiment, Mark jones stumbles back to his seat. Edwin Sizemore shows he didn't need a mask for Halloween. STUDENT LIFE 29 K X Q i 'x f Iv? L w 49 ...w 1' N. Q, X A Long Wa HOIIIQ lcontinuedl penalty to lose the game 22-0. Back on the road again one week later to Wytheville, Galax was again defeated by a score of 28-14. The team, then eager for a victory met their rivals the Carroll County Cavaliers. With much determina- tion, the Tide gave it their best shot but was unable to stop the Cavaliers as they lost 22-13. And still the next week Galax lost to Patrick County 8-O as penalties spelled doom for the Tide. But finally the seventh game of the season proved a win, as the Tide skinned the Buffalos 25-0. The remaining three games against Narrows, Blacksburg, and Giles all spelled defeat again for the Tide. Ending the season with a 1-7 record and 1-8-1 overall, the Tide found it to be a frustrating one. After defeats drowned the Tide, they found it to be a long way home . . . Surrounded by a strong opposition, Timmy Coomes fights for a way out. A few of the less fortunate players that had fumbled the ball in a previous game, found themselves carrying a small reminder around with them. 1st row: Phillip Cochran, Chris Ayers, Timmy Coomes, Alan Vaughan, Darrell Bowers Jay Cline Moser, Ioe Davis, Vaughan Hastings-manager. 2nd row: Coach Larry Spangler, Clark Fincher Wilson, Andy Cardwell, Guynn Edwards, Gene Sizemore, Ronnie Bartlett, Dennis Michaelis Rosenbaum, Greg Cheek, Coach Tommy Barber. 3rd row: Coach Dave Campbell, Madison Hamden Bartlett, Carl Blair, Mike Sawyers, Wes Tindell, Jay Burris, Timmy Goad, Duncan Brown Stevie T Todd Farris, Ronald Handy-assistant coach. 32 VARSITY FOOTBALL Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES 14 Drewry Mason 6 Radford O Christiansburg 14 George Wythe 13 Carroll County 0 Patrick County 25 Floyd 12 Narrows O Blacksburg 20 Giles District 1-7 Overall 1-8-1 Timmy Coomes is brought down at the 25 yard line Taking aim, Andy Cardwell attempts another pass. by two Carroll County players. ' Duncan Brown finds it tough going as he is tackled by an opposing player, T. if ' P' J- , Gene Sizemore steps out of bounds on a two point attempt. VARSITY FOOTBALL 33 Long Way Home rammed: Guynn Edwards goes back for a pass as the oppos- With the aid of Gene Sizemore, Alan Vaughn ing defense closes in. makes a running attempt for a touchdown. Though lost for the season, Ied Goad showed his respect for the team by staying on as a coachs' assis- tant. Tide handicapped by injured players The Maroon Tide learned to live with less in more ways than one this year. The team, plagued by injuries, found them- selves in a position they'd never seen before. The Tide altogether lost 8 starters before their season had ended. The losses were attributed to such misfortunes as broken legs, broken arms, separated shoulders, concussions, back trouble, and knee surgery. It seemed that at some time in every game at least one more person was added to the list of injuries. These tremendous losses contributed to lessen- ing the strength of the team. Many senior members were injured and there were some whose injuries prevented them from playing the remainder of their senior year, Although the injuries were many and the players were few, the team always put forth their best efforts. 34 VARSITY FOOTBALL A large group of players try to decide who is on the bottom with the ball. Above: Timmy Coomes races up the middle for ex- tra yardage. Left: Herb Bartlett, Duncan Brown, and Tony Hall prepare to tackle a Floyd County Buffalo. Below: A group of Tidemen signal for a touchdown. ,mf VARSITY FOOTBALL 35 A Season That lust Broke Even Ioe Brown smiles for the camera during one of his practice runs. 4:1 1,1 X' ' za. . ii , -Q :'+' .12 i.533-555. ew 97 s7F-ir5s1-112 law E.-:eggs 'P3 153' 355' 54.32 553, 3' L it-3 "1 -55" iw? M - - ' f 1: 'S 5 '5 ' gg'--as -. Q51 ,lgaf N-'SJ E, l-3 . 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Left to Right- 1st Row - Doug Williams, Timmy Kinser, Joey Young, Tony Hall, joe Brown, Jamie Ford, Mike Osborne, Steve Burris, Chris Saunders, Howard Coletrain, Eddie Davis, Timmy Coleman. 2nd Row - Richard Bartlett, Jeff Underwood, Leonard Sandburg, Mike Lineberry, Tommy Lander, Darryl Burks, Jeff Brown, Curtis Carrico, Eric Bryson, Mike Anauo, Timmy Bot- tomley. 3rd Row - David Burks - Manager, Barry Lowe, Keith Barkett, Gary Semones, Terry Moretz, William Wilson, Charlie Leonard, Ricky Bailey. 4th Row - Larry Thompson, Jimmy Combs, Curtis Russell, Glen Pollard, Greg Hines, Kenneth Combs, Terry Hensley, Chris Porter, jimmy Leath. 5th Row - Strader Blankenship - Coach, Verl Brown - Coach. Eric Bryson pauses to catch another pass before try- ing for a touchdown run. I.V. FOOTBALL SCORES Galax Giles Galax Christiansburg Galax Floyd Ga-ax Carroll County Galax Blacksburg Galax George Wythe Galax Narrows Galax Radford 36 J.V. AND 8th GRADE FOOTBALL Season Record 4-4 Eric Bryson makes a pass reception near the end zone. 46 7 0 Jeff Brown makes one of his many runs down the 14 34 0 8 14 field. ir., . -a- ,..-.- L53 ,W . ' .7 : - Jeff Brown breezes past the opposition in a touchdown effort. ,QW Left to Right - lst Row - Don Sisk, John Tur- byfill, Page Wilson, Buddy Hill, John Boniface, Tommy Hodge, jackie Diamond, Ricky McKenzie, Mike Bedsaul. 2nd Row - James Nuckolls, Cary Shumate, Greg Poole, Eddie Baumgardner, Trey Dotson, Mark Martin, Mike Andress, Iimmy Leonard. 3rd Row - Coach Bedsaul, Randy Bed- saul, Nobert Bailey, Steve Johnson, Chip Brown, Gary Douglas, Ionathan Brown, Winfred Brown, James Wagoner, Coach Ross. Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax 8th GRADE FOOTBALL SCORES 6 Giles za 6 Christiansburg 14 28 Floyd 6 21 Carroll County 14 O Blacksburg 28 6 George Wythe 21 34 Narrows 6 14 Radford 21 Season Record 3-5 Chris Saunders makes a catch in a practice on the field. 'A ' 1'- .Qs I .QE Curtis Carrico calls out the plays to the Tide J.V. Team. With much fast running and strong throwing, the J.V.'s put forth an exciting season for everyone who came to support the Tide. Their season record of 4-4 seemed a bit disappointing to the players for they worked long and hard to make the season an outstanding one. The team learned new strategies and received much experience for the next season's games. Some I.V.'s were moved up to the varsity squad after their own season was over. With this move, they learned more about varsity football, but remembered how hard they worked for their own J.V. team. The 8th grade team proved to have many possibilities for a great season. Though a few of the team's starting players were injured and unable to finish the season's end, the entire team fought hard and helped one another to win. As they ended with a 3-5 season record, the players showed that they could go up against the best and often win their bat- tles. J.V. AND Sth GRADE FOOTBALL 37 Shattered Dreams From left to right: Liz Guynn, Brenda Vaught, Connie Hale, Ioan Lee, Susan Mul- lins, Cathy Lineberry, Sylvia Wilson, Lisa Rose Knot pictured: Karen Wrightj . . I. in -1.-. . 5 .1 5' V . . U 1, , .fw 2? 222' 1 A i In is -' 'visa rw :tak a T 5 As Ioan Lee trips the opponent and Karen Wright slides through, they both agree that dirty work does pay off. During Parent's Night, Lisa Rose is proudly es- corted by her parents. as VARSITY BASKETBALL ' ' ' ' ifall 4, s "4 f . "ZF -i.. While others spent their vacations relaxing by the pool, members of the girls varsity basketball team executed drills and lay up shots in the gym. Sacrificing the lazy life of August to practice at least four hours a day and sometimes on Saturday, prepared teammates for a tough season schedule. This season the girls on the team were really surprised when they found out the new addition to the coaching staff : Coach Quesenberry. Coaches Griggs and Quesenberry put their heads together and with a little cooperation from the team, everything worked out. The varsity squad, including only 3 seniors, displayed a "never quit" attitude and a large amount of hustle. Although improving throughout the season, the girls finished with a record of 3-13. Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax GIRL'S VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES 36 43 Christiansburg 39 54 Floyd- County 40 51 Carroll County 28 88 Blacksburg 32 55 Wytheville 70 50 Narrows 47 59 Giles 40 58 Radford 47 36 Christiansburg 39 48 Floyd County 34 44 Carroll County 40 84 Blacksburg 22 56 Wytheville 39 19 Narrows 48 63 Giles 37 57 Radford Season Record 3-13 ii .sz-K IH 2' LT. vi 'M' 1 me-7 2- wx. A ww- x 5. lr, . 'ft A Q -as I sua" '-55 Joan Lee jumps high to take over the ball. Susan Mullins prepares for takeoff. e ,W 1 ....,,-gf' i.,,...q- ' 1 11 nas F ii ,M lu Liz Guynn can't seem to make up her mind as her legs say one way and her body says another. Connie Hale sets it up for two. VARSITY BASKETBALL 39 HIGH HOPES X, IJ. 'I ' Q -'I I ' lf p,- 'lu-of Is this Marc Quesenberry the Znd? Robin Weaver dreams of a two point smash. f'a 40 J.V. BASKETBALL Left to right: Chris Moretz, Misty Quesenberry, Cynthia Morrow, Daina Sisk, Robin Weaver, Terri LeGrand, Bebe Hill, Lisa Sawyer, Diane Jordon, Donna Griffin, Ann Harris. Seated: Coach McCleaf. Knot pictured: Myra Wrightl . X , I1-.b 4 Lisa Sawyer dribbles past two tough Radford defenders. w ' - . 'W - J.. -3 E. fx r 1 1 Y if Niiqwl wi nv: i ' .. SEEN mv -5' Terri LeGrand is escorted onto the court on Parent's Night. 41. 1 is Y 5 2 Galax 16 Christiansburg 27 Galax 17 Floyd 36 Galax 20 Carroll County 33 Galax 12 Blacksburg 38 Galax 30 I-lillsville 22 Galax 14 Wytheville 28 Galax 19 Narrows 40 Galax 17 Giles 35 Galax 19 Radford 33 Galax 29 Christiansburg 43 Galax 14 Floyd 38 Galax 23 Carroll County 40 Galax 14 Blacksburg 48 Galax 14 Wytheville 27 Galax 30 Narrows 24 Galax 23 Giles 42 Galax 18 Radford 28 G I r .i :a ,T ' ' 5 Q N' V - 4' Gu Q ? 32 it Q V: Myra Wright jumps high for a foul shot, IQ 'K ' N I Bebe Hill struggles with a Radford player to gain control of the ball. "Ya can't win 'em all . . ." Neither could the Girls junior Varsity basketball team, looking back over a series of disap- pointing defeats. But their's could have well been a year of preparation. Through participation on the j.V. team, members gained the skills and experience needed for the upcoming year on the varsity squad. Near the end of the season bad luck struck the Tide as guard, Ann Hennis was injured and was out for the remainder of the season. Despite this year's disappointments, the I.V. team will return next year with added experience and high hopes for a winning season. J.V. BASKETBALL 41 PREAD' I A LITTLE CHEER i'.,.La , W-f?'?2ll!'a,y "K . M534 egg ' X , -' TL11.. Zf""'k"' ii- e -' '- -f Y.. 1 "' ":gf...a:: 'vw :vs-1 fro- --., -:gA,K-M , ' 1 - ef,-l I-'n zgf 'fr R fai' . '.a:f.. 'l-if w . .gen Sw "' -'Hi . -. . H1'r1Hfwii"":' .e -1 AT ' '- e ., ...,.. . l ' ins, P1111 1 -:Q-af,--a - 215225515-' v1"a , ,jg-if' '-f 24- f, s.:i,'-?"F ' -, . , 1 ' : - - -,gg M " 979 4 , F -.-qs-2-ace:- ba, L..-...,,..-gli: '. nw- ' - ---- 1- -' 1 H .. '-"' A . J Q 595129212 as ,-,EQ - - L .af t A L. ! - fr 1 -frmf' '1""'rs:-fa-af,-, 5' -"1-.aft-wf+ -rf", P' . fra.ee'f' - 7?-:rf .Q -1 ' sf .---'L.'n'. J - v : - ' - "' 1 -w J' " ' V :fee -.. ,. ML..,-:.:aa4.-v3:- ,,-.. 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F A . '- Q - 1 - 'l.j,.,f.'..2-fff?ef'? Q: 'S 1-mffiinf' , ' :- U" .7-' ."--'fa-f"'. -4113: -1. LJ' .. -Hzzi 1 ' Z "'- 'H' si . jl'i".: . f "4'7'i.. 11. 'f "" A ,- nl, , .-,,..--. . hw ' "lj-g"gf - - - ' J- ' 'N "1 . 13 - - ',.,.--ggi..-jg5,'fgq,. ' . ,-i.. , . ,. - . N . '11,-,Q N 4 , N l ' A f' ' - . ' . vr-.', .. ---."'f, l 'L ,' 3. , v as 4 42 VARSITY CHEERLEADINC Clockwise: Left to Right and Top to Bottom: Car- men Davis, Marie Snead, Cynthia LeGrand, Lyn Walker, Robin Frye, Regina Grinnell, Stephanie Healy, Cathy Lineberry, Sparkle Brown Stephanie Healy can't believe that Robin Frye has decided to quit cheerleading and join the Foreign Legion. Sparkle Brown just can't seem to get a hold on things. ls Regina Grinnell really lost? Carmen Davis is ready for the next guy who hits her like that again. wwf if Most people don't understand what cheerleading is. They just see them down on the football field or on the basketball court and think, "I bet that's just a lot of fun and games I" Not really. Cheerleading can be fun but it takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Our varsity squad consisted of only three "oldies" and five new ones. It took us only a few weeks of summer practice and we were ready to spread a little cheer. During the season we were willing to practice everyday, to spend our free time making signs or making snacks for the players. We even went as far as to borrow a big sign to help spread some Tide Pride all over the territory. During football season, we were lucky enough to get a free breakfast on Saturday mornings with the players. This meant getting up before 8:00 a.m. and most of us had a lit- tle trouble getting there before all of the food was gone. Basketball season brought the cold weather along with the long trips to away games. Since only seven of us could cheer, we always had the problem of who was going to cheer and who was going to sit out. We never understood how everything worked out, but it always did. You might say that the I.V. squad had a rough year. There was only one rookie, Myra Williams. This meant that she had to start from scratch and teach the rest of Lyn Walker has all the gracefulness it takes to be a cheerleader. Cathy Lineberry assures us that her Tide Pride spirit will last forever the squad everything she knew. With a little time and effort, the J.V. squad proved to be a great squad along with their ability to promote school spirit eveywhere they went. i' .nz-va X pread' In A Little Cheer Keontinuedj During the year, both the Varsity and I.V. squads did a lot of worthwhile pro- jects. For example we had many money making projects to help pay for uni- forms, tennis shoes, and etc.. We sold Tide Pride bumper stickers, which seemed to sell really well. At football games we sold mini megaphones and pom-poms. Our biggest money making job was selling the new sports programs. Everyone seemed to buy them. None of the things we did this year could have been possible without the help of our great sponsor, Mrs. Maxwell. When everything seemed to be going wrong, she was there to straighten things out. She proved to be a great asset to our squads and we could never have done it without her. Top to Bottom and Left to Right: Myra Williams, Sandra Truitt, Cheryl Crouse, Sherry Baumgardner, Angela Bryson, Lori Davis, Theresa Poe, Lisa Sawyers i-"' - QAM- afar' 1 -,f f' ""?g5-"P"'1' if t 'T:g1,Q4,,jf,',, - 'f-'el ,.- J-. -:fi , , - . :I '4g.1'P'-'-.- .. E5 : ' "-a"'? .. fri . 7- 'W'-If 4 .,,.U,5I-.' ,pai unns.a.i ,..a...... ,U ,."' .. ,,,2e:."i ' ., - t I II" . ,A 1- , ,.4 taeizff f'7'i,cg1fI - rim, ,tl ff, VN- ,. .-MLA, .. - " 'psf' ,w',f'!I 'L , ,--fr: - -iff .,.,, -,,, It can't be that funny, Mrs. Maxwell. By the look on Myra Williams' face, we can tell that she's not all pleased to have her picture taken. 44 JV CHEERLEADING " I Angela Bryson can't decide to sing or cheer. Sandfa Tfuiff SEEITIS to be pleased with her fancy foot work. ,muy k - ..:ff -e-wealth , A I Theresa Poe shows everyone that her motto is "Peace," Lisa Sawyers demonstrates her hidden dream, to one day become a robot. J.V. CI-IEERLEADING 45 MORE 0 E THA W0 Losing all five starters from last year's team hampered the tide as they pulled away with only three wins for the '79-80 season. The tide found competing against area teams with more heighth and ex- perience rough going. This disappointing season did not, however, diminish the gallant efforts put forth by each member. The tide had a 1-5 record as they traveled to play in the Richlands Christmas Classic. In the first night of tournament play, Galax slipped past Richlands with a two point lead. The following game against Lyn View spelled defeat for the tide giving them runner-up position in the tournament. Luck just didn't seem to follow as the team managed only one more win for the season, to finish with a record of 3-17. The team may have not broken records for the number of games won - but the tide did show what it was all about. Each member played to the best of his ability and proved that a team can be ONE . . . ni'l"dd-' 1 M -A-mm,..a-"""' PWM, . -A , . v 46 VARSITY BASKETBALL ir '.1,,.,,' . , ' f' ' ' ' "" T -f 51259: Y H' -'37 I rw iff' HH 4' t H' 1. 55255 ' Y E535 'Tv i ' X if . .ti tl i i tak sg, -7. V, A V x HE, W: - nn er-' f .r...,. --A--" , A A Q 5, ,.... . - .5 - '- ' . A at 1 y , by jeg -'Qi-'fgfkmgg Y- ' ' V -' 11- ' - 5- me' nr V . . " ' - "ff ,ga if-. ' . grit" , . .- 4. i ' :fbi " . ,1"f -i.--f5f: f,t'.d'.---- tiff: . - Q' i ,Q f ,sy , vi., V L t My wi : 'fit' f .-Lia g'.,.'1-f'- f - 'i Q' ' 5- :' 'Grit R . 1, - -' -. 11 1 " . 5 - K t, V ' V 1 f '14 : 1 - like L ' . 1fl'Q,f5. . ' ', , ' .i,. . Q fu W We , , ,VAV J 4 , in A I ,tt W ' . ' 5' I 1, T , it lift: fAboveJ Carl Blair flies high in an attempt to get the a Easy two for Guynn Edwards lBelowl A watchful eye helps Timmy Sawyers find his man .115- Q...-, J- 1' 'T-wg, i - I me .e eee ., , , 1 i 1 ,, ' ,. - ga fTopJ Freshman Joe Brown patiently looks inside for an open man. Perfect form is displayed as Brian Underwood sinks it again. VARSITY BASKETBALL 47 gf - if L, The time is 1979-80 and the place is Galax More One Than Won fconffmiedp High School. Like everyone else the world has taken its toll on us at G.H.S. We all are livin Qi ,K N .fc sv VH?,q!,:.ausu-f- In rg ' Q..-4e.9.71S5f? 1 -Q.. ,,.,, 48 VARSITY BASKETBALL f P 1'-.5 ' '- , C' ii"x,. LQ., tTopJ Brian Underwood leads the attack for the Maroon Tide. Steve Tucker finds the going rough against Patrick County opponents. Q.. t , 'xxx 1117 with less and having to deal with it. Head basketball coach Ron Quesenberry knew he had his job cut out for him this season with the players having less experience and heighth than those from the many years before. It was only a hardship on the coaches and players when the previous year's five starters were not returning. Each player had seen little first hand experience on the court and had to face the pressures this past year brought. Putting together a whole new team and com- peting against area teams with more heighth and experience proved to bring only disap- pointment and defeat for the tide. Coach Quesenberry as well as the players put everything they had into making the team a success. The total efforts ut forth by everyone involved seemed onlly a futile at- tempt as the tide had to deal with less wins. During the game with Christiansburg, Guynn Edwards looks for an open man. SCORES Galax Floyd 71 Galax Blacksburg 74 Galax Christiansburg 62 Galax Wytheville 72 Galax Patrick County 56 Galax Patrick County 63 Galax Richlands 62 Galax Lyn View 81 Galax Narrows 68 Galax Carroll County 93 Galax Giles 65 Galax Radford 74 Galax Floyd 51 Galax Blacksbur 52 Galax Christiansiurg 54 Galax Wytheville 67 Galax Carroll County 81 Galax Giles 86 Galax Radford 67 Galax Narrows 60 New River District Tournament Galax Carroll County 80 , u 4,. -W,-. , ,ef ,, , ,-. , h ,4 ia : , 1451- ' .ag Q.. ' I i -Bla. ' 14 i.. i i I :sig ' V X- . fLeft ro Rightj Keith Barker - manager, Carl Balir, Joe Brown, Robin Case, Guynn Edwards, Mike Phipps, Timmy Goad, Timmy Sawyers, Kevin Reedy, Duncan Brown, Stevie Tucker, Vaughan Hasting - manager. Ufrontj Coach Ron Quesen- berry, Brian Underwood, I. M. Bryan, Coach Larry Spangler. c,,, A - , A .whit , :a':,,ug View mr, . I in K, M, ., H an 4' 2 E is f Q J Q 1 fr, i x ri ei 'A fTopJ Showing his determination Timmy Sawyers takes it to the hoop. Carl Blair reacts to the defense. VARSITY BASKETBALL 49 GO G FOR BROKE P ' D This year, the Junior Varsity Basket- ball team finished with an overall record of 8-10 and a district record of 6-8. But this record does not even come close to showing the effort and skill that each team member put forth in their out- standing games. With the starting five players, Bill McCormick, Chris Porter, Chris Saunders, joey Young, and Jeff Brown, the team played excellent games and showed fine sportsmanship throughout the season. , -as-..,.... 3, F1 ' 'VT' Q ,e 65' l7b-...- ..- .i h 'A is S QQ LQ., n .: I ' YH ' , da, ---' f , 'af' ' X 5 L in 3. Q R 51-...-. , -- fugbxgq .A 'r"fm--- - fr as Chris Porter and Bill McCormick setup for another ' ' , - - , ...!' Lf., .g , ,,,, Sf. i i winning play. ' ,Ei-.45-5 - I. T " -,. "M"',' ' ' 4 ?iiE"'i . l Q2 x X. f' " E' A-..,., 1 ,S B M' f J - 2' Kneeling l. to r. - Coach Bedsaul, Mike Bedsaul, Delane Bowman, Standing l. to r. - Chris Saunders, Gary Higgins, Tony Hall, Bill McCormick, jeff Brown, Steve Burcham, Chip Brown, Kenneth Combs, Chris Porter, Jeff Underwood, joey Young, Eric Bryson, Tommy Lander, Darryl Burks. 50 I.V. BASKETBALL more for the Tide. T' Fr ,, . 'F ' - lr : H Cs ak-:f'5"' r it .. lv -1 :QX Q fag ,mix , jeff Underwood gets ready for a lay-up. Chris Porter "takes it to the hoop" for two 5 WEVE-3' 4 S 1 .. as 59 "' 3 an .4 5 Driving down court with the ball, Bill McCormick prepares to sink it in. . Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax Galax 32 Floyd 46 28 Blacksburg 50 51 Christiansburg 28 32 George Wythe 29 46 Patrick County 30 44 Patrick County 39 41 Narrows 40 46 Carroll County 52 55 Giles 54 39 Radford 71 25 Floyd 27 41 Blacksburg 45 66 Christiansburg 39 42 George Wythe 48 40 Carroll County 43 32. GilE5 64 39 Radford 51 51 Narrows 33 WE GAVE LL WE H D Tommy Lander goes up after a jump ball against Because of the strong interest in Junior Varsity Basketball, the players were divided into two teams, and Galax had it's first 9th Grade team. Though they did not have a winning season, they proved to be full of determination to give their best. They look for a better season next year as most of the players will return for a place on the j.V. team. ' -sw 'M . s- - C " Q , ' af ' Q VV W .E V , .. af- K s W , . 2 i E ' 1 .w, into David Rios brings it down court to set up another play. 'J 5 ... , i A 4 U it 'I 4' eta N' ' 3 Ars-1' '-' t 3--1 , iq l. to r. - David Rios, Terry Hensley, Curtis Carico, Denny jones, Eric Bryson, Curtis Russell, Alan Rosenbaum. Eric Bryson takes it up in the crowd to score. 9TH GRADE BASKETBALL 51 REACHI G FUR THE SKY Kneeling - Coach Brown. Standing l. to r. - Page Wilson, Cary Shumate, Winfred Brown, Ricky McKenzie, Mark Martin, Ionathan Brown, Rod Gillespie, Darrin Reedy, Cardell Cox, James Nuckolls, Patrick Brown. Rod Gillespie goes high above the opponents to put up two points. James Nuckolls goes up for a trying - score. ' 4, v -... ,gy T' C Page Wilson passes the ball to set up a play. 52 BTH GRADE BASKETBALL , ggi, X i, "S-...dig 4 Cary Shumate beaks in front to lay it up for the score. The Sth Grade Basketball team had an exciting season and showed much will to win. They seemed to have what it took to have a good season and showed us that we are going to have a good back-up for our Junior Varsity team in a few years. 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Darrell David Bowers: Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, I.C.T. 11, 12. Angela Christina Brown: Flag Corps 10, 11, Band 10, Chorus 11, Beta Club 11, V.I.C.A. 12., I.C.T. 12. Carl Benjamin Brown: Jazz ensemble 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, All County Band 8, 9, Pep Band 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Band 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Football 8, Yearbook Staff Photographer 9,1105 Spanish Club 9, 10, Teen Democrats 10, 11. Gloria'Jean Brown: FBLA 10, 11, 12. Marleta Francine Brown: Volleyball 8, Basketball 8, FBLA 9, 10, 11, 12, Soda Club 11, 12, Varsity Track 10, 11, Varsity Cheerleading 11. Stephany Nathaniel Brown: Football 8, 9, 10, 11. Terry Donnella Brown: Girls Crack Manager, FBLA 9, 10, 11, Teen Democrats 10, 11, Boys Baseball Statistician 11, 12, SODA 11, 12, Flag Corps 11, 12. Randy Stephen Bryant: FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, l.C.T. 11, 12. Francine Lavern Bryson: V.I.C.A. 12. 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'IK ,, 1 11 11 1 . , 11rs1.,f11 1 1 ,111 11,11 1: rs1ts1,: 1191 1 - 1:1111 11i?21s,,f -5 lin ff? qv-'v 'iv :wife 11 21 H I., ,, 'ig . 11, 'A 1, 'fiiifsilsili 1111111 1211 e.ezss'2,zi1zr:1:7-1.122159 21" 1151145222 11"1" klitgirffifil' ,11 Nt Connie Lynn Burris: FHA 8, FBLA 10, 11, Track 8, 9, ,High Notes 8,,SCA 10, 12. Susan Rebecca Carper: Basketball 8, FHA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Teen Democrats 11, Student Music 11, Volleyball 12. Michael Scott Hash: Band 9,1O,11, 12, Jazz Ensemble 9,1O,11, 12, Pep Band 9, 10, Music Club Award 10, Band Treasurer 10, Assistant Drum Major 11, All County Band 11, Drum Major 12. Stephanie Lynne Healy: Student Music Club 10, Tennis 10, Yearbook Editorial Staff 11, 12, Cheerleader 12, Gregory Allan Cheek: Football 10, 12, Band 1O,11,12, V.I.C,A. 12. . Artie Ruth Choate: FBLA 9, 10, 11, 12, Chorus 9, FHA 9, 11. Cody Jay Cline, Jr.: Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11,12, Basketball Trainer 8: Manager 9, 10, 11, V.l.C.A. 12. Giles Phillip Cochran: FFA 8, Golf 9, 10, Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, SCA 8, 9, Varsity Football Statistician 9, Varsity Club 10, 29.5 'mn C V trijs mm ae e . 1 ..,, 1 1 mx 1 r,,ir, 1 3.2.2, 115111 .tiiaa 1 ll? 11, 12, V,I.C.A. 12, Yearbook Staff Photographer 12. Susan Celene Cockerham: Patriotism Chairman of SCA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Executive Counsel of SCA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, FHA 8, 9, High Notes Music Club 8, 9, Alpha Foundation 9, 10, 11, Student Music Club 10, 11, Yearbook Business Staff 10, 11, 12, Beta Club 10, 11, 12, FBLA 11, 12, Virginia C1irl's State 11, Homecoming Court 12. Stewart Harris Cook: Football 8, Golf 8, 9, 10, Varsity Club 11, FFA 8. Timothy Christopher Coomes: FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Basketball 8, 9, 10, Track 8, V.I.C.A. 12. Carmen D. Davis: Track 8, Basketball 9, SCA 8, 9, FBLA 8, Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12, T.R.U.S.T. 11, Teen Democrats 11, V.I.C.A. Joseph Jackson Davis ll: Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Track 11, V.I.C.A. F l F Sharon Kathleen Davis: FBLA 10, 11, 12, FHA 10, 12. 1 11' ,i i.,, a 1 2-was 11 1 1 1 zfezvfff 35 wwf :sszAsWr'il' ' 1 21913253511 M W faster: as 11 11' ,,,, Ak SFIEL ,ma raw 11 .121s,as11 1 .fem 111 11 111 ,1 111m 1. 1 1 1 ,1111a,E mea W ,mast ,,1a1ia11 18111191 .2111 me was 751155 11 'wm- 1153222 we ff 1111 tw 11 - 11 Q: , ,. WEEE 11 ,1 rssfazga W1 . , ,, a, ma 111 11 1 11 ,1 1sfaif'3f"l11b ll 1 1 111221111 ,,11,,11 1,, 11 11 11 ,fa "11"11 11 Ewa ,iaisgf wer ag Charles Melville Delpr Baseball, Football,1V.I.C.A., Band 9, 10, 11. Jacqueline Ann Dickson: FBLA 10, 11, 12. Wanda Lee Dixon: I.C.T. I 11, I.C.T. II 12. Gregory Charles Edwards: Basketball 9, 10, Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12, V.l.C.A. 12. F 'J Natalie Roxanne Elliott: FBLA 10, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Flag Corps 11, 12, V.I,C.A. 12, Jazz Ensemble 11,1l2, Scholarship to Massenetta Springs Chorus Carnp 10. Debra LynnyFender: High Notes 8, 9, Track 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Rhonda Ann Fleming: FBLA 10, 11, President 12, FHA 11, SCA 12, Homecoming Maid of Honor. Nicolette Floyd: FHA 9, FBLA 10, 11, 12,1Beta Club 10, 11, 12, SCA 10, 11, 12, Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer, Yearbook Staff 12. Jacqueline Dee Frost: FHA 9, Basketball 9, 10, Tennis 9, 10, gnmg Y ma :Mia Student Music Club 11, ALPHA. Philip Nelson Funk: Science Club 9, Yearbook Staff Photographer 11. Jerry Allan: Funk: Football 8, 9, Young Democrats, FFA 8, Science Club 9, Tennis 11, 12, T.R.U.S.T. 11, 12, Yearbook Staff 11, 12, Varsity Club 12, Teen Time Staff 12. 1 Cathy Sue Galyean: Wytheville Community College Drafting Award 10, Student Music Club 10, 11, Yearbook Staff 11, 12, Co-sports editor 12, Beta Club 12, S.C.A. Executive Council 12, I-Iomecoyming,Maid,of Honor. yy Jed Lee Goad: Football 8, 9, 10, 11, Football Statistician 12, Basketball 8, 9, Tennis 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Varsity Club 10, 11, 12, Beta Club 11, 12, SCA Horneroom- President 8, 12, SCA Executive Council 12, Forensic Contest 10, 11, Voice of Democracy School Winner 11.4. r , V.,-,.,.E 11421 i-- a ss' 459 as-'sw 5,1 . , 11 11-1 - 3 ,. 1 se" W but Q ' 1 sniiiifi' ffl, x23 ,, ,, it ,us 1 gmc: ,i IH ? ',1 -img 5 -- gf was 11 1 ii " if?" 371 ' 'fa , ' 'sf 7 -1111" Ns- ' H 111 Ms M 1 ,W-29 ,, 1 , ,im-55 'S 1 11 Q ,i 1,1 Mu f,3,i,5,3,,s,,ii 1 ltjfii s ,i ii HH sara 5 H flip? ii 32 11 H ,N 11 ,gg gg- U., .N ...,,, ,,..,,..,H , is Qs.. i aw, i -... i W s S. -1 is H" Q 11,1 ri .se-Q1 -ot xg. 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Regina Brook Grinnell: Yound Republicans 10, 11, 12, Beta Club 10, Girls' Basketball Manager 10, SCA Homeroom President 10, 11, Cheerleader 11, 12, Miss Teen Time 12. Elizabeth Currin Guynn: Basketball 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12, Most Valuable Player 12, Volleyball 11, 12, Girls State 11, SCA Executive Council 12, Varsity Club 11, 12, Young Democrats 11, 12. Gretta Ann Hale: V.I.C.A. 12. Vicki Lynn Hall: SCA President 12, SCA Vice-President 11, Beta Club 10, 11, 12, Voice of Democracy School Winner 11, 12, Assistant Yearbook Editor 12, Track 9, 10, 11, FHA 8, 9, FHA Reporter 9, Homecoming Court 12, Forensics 10, Year- book Business Staff 10, 11, 12, Yearbook Editorial Staff 11, 12, Student Music Club 10, 11, Classes Section Editor of Yearbook 12. Angelia Ketina Hamm: FHA 8, 9, 10, 12, Art Club 9, FBLA,1O. Cathy Faye Hamm: FHA 8, 9, 10, 11, Art Club 8, 12, FFA 11, 12, SCA Homeroom President 10, V.I.C.A. 12. Carlyle Clark Higgins: FFA 8, Golf 10, Spanish Club 9, 10. Curtis Thomas Jackson: Band 9,1O, 11,12, Jazz Band 9,1O,11, 12, Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12,, All,Region Band 9, 11, 12, Out- standing junior Band Member 11, Louis Armstrong Jazz Award 11, Solo 8a Ensemble Superior Rating 9, V.I.C.A. 12, Yearbook Photographer 9, 10, 11. Daniel Ray Jones: FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, V.I.C.A. 12, Barbara Elaine Killon: FBLA 10, 12. Jacqueline Lynn Kirby: Flag Corps 10, 11, FBLA 9, 10, 11, 12, FHA 9. Myra Lynn Kyle: FBLA 9, 10, 11, Teen Democrats 11, SODA 11, Track 10. Teresa Ann Lanter: FI-IA 8, 9, 10, FBLA 10, I.C.T. I 11, I.C.T. II 12, Chorus 11. C .i in - - 1 :eases eggs S i We sag- ii ---'A- gi, ' W xl it -if l af i i. is I vgzg xx i i ii ii 3351 m ,. M f .. . fig - - L ' 1 Q- as Qi ' m E Lv., vi 5 Q it li lil l 'li'- t'21'QW' , eau" ' "' - N' "tif Larry Montie Largin: Basketball 8, FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, Football 8, 9, 10, 11, Golf 11,, Varsity Club 11. Linda Jean Laws0n:iiFBI.A 212, IgC.T. I 11, I.C.T. II112. William Marzell Leath: FFA 8, FBLA 11, V.I.C.A. 12. Joan Marie Lee: Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12, Varsity Club 11, 12, FBLA 12, SCA 12, Volleyball 12, Senior Class Vice- President, Track 9, 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 4-H Club 10. " Danny Martin Leonard: FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Football 9, Track 10, 11, 12, Football 9, Track 10, 11, 12, Second place-State Crops Judging Contest 10, Crops Judging Team 11, V.I.C.A. 12.. Joyce Ann Lowe: FBLA 9, 10, 11, FHA 9, I.C,T. 11, 12. Donna Lynn Lundy: FBLA 12, I.C.T. I 12, WilliamgReid Lundy: :Beta Club 11, 12, Spanish Club President 12, Voice of Democracyfll, 12, Boyis State 11. A Lisa Paige Martin: Young Republican 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Student . 5 - mm -W i 'K' i Music Club 9, 10, SCA 9, 10, Homeroom President 8, 11, 12' I Yearbook Business Staff 8, 9, 10, 11, 12., Junior Class Presi- dent, V.I.C.A. 12, Homecoming Court. Jeffrey Dwayne McGrady: FFA 10, 11, Chorus 11, 12, V.I.C.A. President Christina Louise Morris: Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, Basketball 8, 9, Yearbook Business Staff 9, 10, 11, 12, FHA 8, SCA' Homecoming Court. Edward Dennis Nichols: Beta Club President 12, Boys State 11. Sheila Jeanette Nichols: FBLA 10, 12, SCA Homeroom Presi- dent 9. ' A Susan Lee Nunn: Business Editor of Yearbook 11, 12, Yearbook fe Business Staff 10, 11, 12, Varsity Club 10, 11, 12, Homecom- ing Court, Beta Club 11, 12, Young Republicans 8, 9, 10, H President 11, 12, High Notes Music Club 8, 9, Student Music 'S Club 10, Girls' Basketball Manager and Statistician 9, 10, 11, Basketball 8, Tennis 10, 11, 12, FHA 8, 9. 1 .sr-, its-I i i -:ia an ,,,, ,, ,:s,, L :,,::5,, at ,, ,,,:,,, ii sm N- 4 'X Q ' ' . sszssisf .1 it i i 32 affix ' 5 2 i W M , y y i l 451 K-lil :ir H-Nt' :Ei 1'-'1':-5 1 WSE: l l l fra, arts V ,., 3 i. ii " 5, Q i seas- ,sa-.1 . Q am 351 W T Q can x-as ,M In X . i ss: -,nf ,. ii .s . 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Kenneth Eugene Rosenbaum, Jr.: FFA 85 Basketball 85 T.R.U.S.T. 11, 125 SCA Executive Council 11, 125 Football 12 5 Varsity Clublil, 125 Yearbook Staff 12 5 Teen Time Staff? itri 125 Track 11. Timothy Blaine Sawyer: FFA 85 Basketball 8, 125 Football 8, 9, 10, 1151, Spanish Club 10, 1155 V.I.C.A. 12. 12. Perry Joseph Sizemore: FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 125 Football 8. Brenda Fay Smith: FBLA 10, fl, 125 Beta Club 11, 125 Girls State 11. if p p 351 my Nga ,fix Edwin Ray Sizemore: Football5i85 FFA 9, 10, 11, 12,11 President' 11 11 11 11 ,,ff11:s?21 iiE1ZiE12iEf5iffl 1 111111115111 " ii 11 11111111111111, 111 .1.1.1 5 1 a "111 Q-1 ' 1111111111 5311111111111 19- 1 ii Q is J 1 11 1115.3 Q is A Lg it ri -vw' f ' g 5 B54 'ffl' - - -CTE: Wg, 3 Yvonne Marie Snead: Cheerleading 10, 11, 12, FBLA 10, 11. Jimmie Duane Spears: FFA 12, V.I.C.A. Sonia Lee Taylor: Band 9, 10, 11, 12, SCA Executive Council 10, 11, 12, Secretary 10, Treasurer 12, YearbookStaff11, 12, Cheerleading 11, Homecoming Queen, Band President 12. Tony Lee Truittz, SCA Homeroorn President 8, 9, 10, Band 8, 9, 10, All Region 10, Teen Democrats 11, Tennis 9, 11, 12, V.I.C.A. 12, Yearbook Business Staff 12. Stevie Tucker: Football 11, 12, Basketball 11, 12. Brian Anthony Underwood: Basketball 11, 12, Baseball 11, 12, Band 11, 12, All District Honorable Mention 11, Teen Time 11, Yearbook Business Staff 12. Alan James Vaughan: FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 10, V.I.C.A. 12, Basketball 8, Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Most Valuable Player 8,s11. 4 53 E 1-S. IE? wif S -iiifiiifsii 3. ' E':i3,ff , H ' .ss xxx?- . . . - .. ,, s -- vw! ,gg l l l :ggi , ., mf Gary Douglas Vaught: FFA 8, V.I.C.A. Donnie Ellis Walker., Football 10, V.I.C.A. '12, Yearbook Business Staff 11, 12. Gina Lea Wallace:-FHA 8, High Notes 9, FBLA 12, Student Music Club 10, Track 10, Young Republicans 10. Deborah Lynn Williams: Beta Club 12, Chorus 8, 9, I.C.T. 12. Sylvia Leigh Wilson: Track 9, 11, Tennis 10, Basketball 9, 11 12, SODA12, Varsity Club 11, 12, Yearbook Staff 11, 12' SCA Executive Council 10, 11, Young Republicans 11 Homecoming Court, Cheerleading 9. Margaret Karen Wright: Basketball 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Most Valuable Player 10, Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12, Varsity Club 11, 12, FHA 9, Alpha Club 10, SCA Homeroom President 9, 11, High Notes 9, Homecoming Court, Yearbook Staff 11, 12. r 1 I , ai Sze? it sg, wa :rr ,,ss Q liz yi-gh hifi' 1 W wi gl v ' ' ' I if l l F li, l K ,, l fi-if-2 ,524 s 5 ,- iff? , CE -I 5 2, , i 9, 1 2,4 sn... i, . 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Robert Lee Brewer: Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Basketball 8, Var- sity Club 11, 12, Baseball 9, 10. Duncan Eric Brown: Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Track 10, V.I.C.A. 12.. William Fred Catton: Basketball 8, Football 10, Yearbook Business Staff 11, 12, V.I.C.A. 12. Stephen Wayne Coleman: V.I.C.A. 12. Howard Allen Coleman: Art Club 10, Varsity Football Manager 10, 11, Assistant Basketball Manager 9. Danny Randolph Graham: FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. ,testes Y l W H H f Dennis Arthur Michaelis:,Basketball 8, 9, Football.9, 10, 11, 12, V.I.C.A. 12, FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, First Place in District Livestock Judging 10. Carl Elwood Moser, Jr.: Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Baseball 9, Track 11, 12, .FFA 9, 10, 11, 12, V.I.C.A. 12, Band 12. Ronald Jay Moxleyz FFA 8, 9, 10, 11,: 12. Lisa Ann Rose: Basketball 11, 12. Stephen Anthony Russell: Varsity Club 11, 12, V.I.C.A. 12. Hugh Dee Sample: FFA 8, Football 8, 9, 10, 11, SCA l-lomeroom,President 12, Track 10, Golf 9, Spanish Club 10. i Marvin Randall Sikes: SCA 8, FFA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 8. Debbie Jean Tuck: Basketball 10. gs m I tra' ' is :n" ' " ,lla 1 E "' i 1il"ll'iil"'llQ'1" " 'i ,Randy Sikes and Sawyer giitempt to sneak W out for lunch early. si: s,'ase . it is isa as L2 .M . E w it sg? QMWMS? L. to R.: Lisa Martin, Marie Snead, Vicki Half, Lisa Rose, Marcy Quesenberry, lg Goad, Billif East, Ayerstngnd 'Rowz Wils,onaQgg'lChris Morris, Cinayallace, ,Phillip Cochran, Steven Boyles, Liz Guynn, Belinda Lowe, Randy Sikes, Clark Higgins. 3rd Row: Jacki Felts, Dana Blose, Patti Lineberry, Susan Nunn, Ricky WiIson,,,Stevie Ga heart Larr Lar in Rtnnie Bartlett and Z" I F g ' l l 'lljehnig .i iM1'i!""' Gina Wallace con't believe ANOTHER one. 2 2 mill' if 18' . 2 3' M in WM M wefisaz ir, get -, a s ll ,ttt . anstasst 1 '11' 1 ml mi. S2354 "WU, 1 it r r as 'Y NM: 'wares Meme--re. atlilill 1 B fggjlqgg.. fs' it im i ,NM 1.25.15 ' n me .,: -Junaf.. .gmt Donnie Walker stresses if you don't have a lid you A W don't have gusto. . ' J Ju li' 'fe W H Y Q gm. Alan Vaughan states, There has to be a "10" in O I I I e a every crowd. ig, 3, Danny Leonard seems to think he has this class in the bag. Sylvia Wilson seems to be out of control. 62 SEN IOR5 S Strange ? ll Zi: if it lf i A Emi ei' I, lhlrgljf B b ggi? l l. ' asf: i Y in gel! E 'EW afszafezfiffi 5 l Timmy Sawyers takes "five" from a busy day. Charlie Delp receives a helping hand from a friend. "Being a weeble is a hard life," says Stephanie y ' ' 7'7' ' . ..,., , , , . ee? ng I a rf Q W fill it Ds J Karen wright, alias Kate says, "IP ITMFEELS GOOD, GRUNT IT." new- im, H l . Ziff 'i it Y F' Q if ig 1980 fa, 1951 aims ' 51' 3 ae ma. ii a Ronnie Bartlett says, "CLOSE, BUT NO BANANASN 'aaasas,, ' V i aaaiia iii W yyoo lgyivia leaves 1 jake fa anyone who doesn't get embarrassedleasily. Alan Vaughan leaves his desire for football and his green striped soolgs to Glen lfigiijson. Billy Lundyileaves his C3B0'necklace Tmclhis i Chris Morrifleaves her tovvh guide brcighifire of the Galax Ficldler's Convention to Robin Frye. gllark Higgins leaves his ggggible blowing pipe t0lBOb w . l Stewart Gfifiilii and leaveiiitheit "cooler" to Fincher and Gene Sizemore. Mike Hash 'leaves his baton to Pam Bergyvell. Jeff McGrady leaves his: Mr. Microphone izlwhich woglgshw over radiosj lT03LEi3ii1MI1 ?'Chris Ayers leaves his and alisimlwy to flirt to Andy Cardwell. Karen Wright leaves her excuses for :being tardy andvabisent to Alesif Combs. y M sSaDeyad iiheesieavse lo '1ZsHv.lrCasae.sl1- m5gfResgina icfjgeaallllleavss iiill heggilehaefleaaihgjeiii- Form to Lynn Walker. it Gina Wallace leaves hercomplete collection pf Donny Osmond rgggrds and pin-up Tnslefsl fo genie Helliial a,aa,.aeasaf iseaaaaasaStagg all 5 5 i : N a 23,21 g 1' ,yfggsisg wi" :afar are i , ,,flsasa i i ai i 'Els H. N i i ,ag,,...:,,L,aa M S ii M .giiih iieif? WM wi ' ,a i W H W i A ,ef S N' E gill' l V w i,. 'ii11l i H if-af.,-:.- J N I 2 ! i :2:s:s i i i :wig Nm. , L ax xx! w . ww 1- iaiiw IW.. 5, . Nh, -, ,. ,,-3w.- js 1 My me , ,. ww -my Ez A f ' ' ESP 1 ' sam' QE W x .M WW .Mr 4. og ,U w :K w -wwf' awif- v- X x , , I Victfh' Robirgon szifgiratesihe Qalls For , Combs Engligh Class. QQ W? H X 26 ., ,WM H ,VT ,Q ,,.,,. ,iki ,,-WN , . M , -:H L--ff ,gm sf - ' Wiz, 1 ' ww, w Q- ff, , , , 151- H ,Ex N . is Wm QM H A" A r M 1 Y? L 9 H H .few Sm 64 SENIORS ,isiifg ' ' sf u Magiciaqg. Alan yyaughag and Timmy Qgomesfakf tE?hpt the old thihbdy irf?iialf " Hilck. " rn y xfzzzgsa 'gg : n 5 1 1' :GQ :Lentil A .1 , my ,az xn- me iss? ' wgegl ss? u A, ..,N My H H asf H 4 , .W,w.,L vw m 1, 2-'13 wwe . ,, v ,H X: ei 1 :gi r s mx 1 i -.M mg: Y 14. Jaffhfline secfms' having of those days" 5 w ig S Deengamplefs "Taste Buds"3 really have him pqiggedn ,, 5 w 22 1 N H Y, s ' 1 w 1,5126 -T 51 1 ,-rw r:-1,4uA,-,NV ,w.,, Q, .gm sf was . rf- L E ig ss2isg12QZ11 zglx. 55 ., ...1 X :qw 1 1s 1 lsr K1 is , ? L' x I I ' ily. 1 NX N - rl, 4 -A R Perry Siiemore seems to be caught in the act of Halarmin " the school. 8 , , "sexe 421. 'rf Y vi if if 1 'A ,s be ,1 . P. H 5'-1' , w I , sf A , Q ' -t in ,X . I 1514" ,. la K' .- .,-.ri 1 .1 11 -' 1 . . ,' .- , .1 l 1 I ,.,,. if 1:L"ftl15 i 1. T-"w'14'a'f P 3 5' ,1 " A Q ' if .1-I, , i ."' .Y-sw 1 '11, 1 1- 27- . , L ' 1-'G1'55 . qhf at ah? 1 iff Q 'll h 'J SNS Howilrd tak-gsrtime to peepifrom his studies and say "HELLO!" jgome baeleiiat our iiyear as dliil' most eitciting. Of course, We all remember our trip to our nations capital. So to refrestfgt your memory and bring back some 'eiilaughsiiiiiifefwill nowitake youfvbiack to those four days and three nights of complete chaos. DID You KNOW: grass of the Smithsonian? M i Bonnie Bartlett sleeps with lug eyes open? 3,13 . sg, 11 -gg 2 ' .1 f mAlan Vagghan and NChris Ayers were eaught "behind closed doors"? anclliljee like defenseless walls? ,. ' 'i ,QEQTOHY at flieimotel Regina Grinnell checked into the military way of life L ' Q' '- any 1 1" 1 hotelfielevator attendanbirgiade j slit? 'Q , 1: A. s il 'B V- ? il' 't A I Ag N Y ' 2 J if 'ft 1 it 1' ' l f , F F gt rm 5355 U I 1 L- 1 S 5 4- if . ' .f Q E an ' A vt 'F 5 ' 1 1 s " 'ith ein A Y 'l 2, 2- .Pam .Qi-: ,1t J' b r 1 11 s 4-rv I -. 1 we Kenny Rosenbaum can't seem to understand everything they in magqzines these days. t. .. 1 1 1 11 15 .1 1 1 mai se' 1 et 11 nf Qeveralpmegnbers of the class were attackecig Jackie Frost experienced "Double Vision". sure thzitifeveryoneiiimade it to their proper floors late at night. 5KarenN hxaclggfair maiilggjiostal 'through the moteliwindow. i'ffii: if qffmad as theyggapproachied the neeggby 7L11 'iff ",r . .:g:1- si 1 X X am? :L i si i if-1521. as wi Q X wgiggwwg ,.s-.Q-.aa ,ffm is-S.. -.sutlli -mi mi i -wth. 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One of us plagggxdi hisXXXoranXge X sports caifftin the city managers tfufik, another got toja visitgtraffic court The rest of us settled fogr wiping out Eenees, tsrees, qther Xtgars, one of X tried to jump a small 'clreek at?ptfj5No ter how much damage was done, it seems thtattifttfourlliblassltihasiigrovfgiibi niciiret than T capable of overusing accelerators and uh- rofads. ,i ffm, .s,,f isa, .s,, XX XXX X X XXXXXX , 1 1 - lzll' 4 ar .artist i Most ambitious Most charming Cutest Prettiest eyes Biggest Flirt Funniest A Best legs 'sg' Most likely to succeed Best personality Shyest ms Best smile Most sociable M N Most studious Most talkative Most unforgetable 'Unluckiest ' 'sk E 'F iii ? e X X H iigiiih '- ag? 'Mm nt " i ' ,cami X X 11,,i:s,, ,i.: s S Deebo s wrecked' rod. iii' 2253222 " 'Ei352s3f 55 KX iQ -.ML i ,t M e.h1ss1sX, ,XX ,Xrs,44fwgX, Senior Superlatives las voted by senior classj Nikki Floyd X Marcie Quesenberry Stephanie Healy Cathy Galyean Susan Cockerham Gina Wallace loan Lee Vicki Hall 2 t Rhonda Fleming Marie Green Lisa Martin - Sylvia Wilson Susan Nunn Lisa Saunders X Carmen Davis Chris Morris Mike Phipps Jeff MCC-rady Phillip Cochran Timmy Coomes Mike Hash W Brian Underwood Chris Ayers Tony Truitt Allan Funk Ray Jones Donnie Walker Stewart Cook Billy Lundy Fred Catron Clark Higgins JedC-oad 2 . 3 M XXXX X, .. , ,.,..,, ,. WM, i , it il? :ffm aw .. s,r.s, 2 , As it Was- ms ess,-2,-.ss sg -i with -'- til-:I it ii ll e1"' " "wif Minn" s N r 2 f a ,. . r . r l . r r L . 35,35 Q v W ln Nlxliri 1, W , W, " iw! in were Ffrtiiinate enough to "sail the friendly skies" on a literary tour to England. After arriving in Greensboro by bus, they, flew Easteijih airlines Q New i2?EsYorlc andiiidrir India tdfiEnglandsfiii'5sflQEght's iirest was lost, so each had to catci?up on his hours of sleep. e The following days were filled with Q sight seeing tours in London. Visits were Emade to famous attractions sucliilias the Tower of London, Westminster Abby, St. Paul's Cathedral, Canterbury, Dover Beach, Hampton Court Palace, Windsor The iiii "iight always very promising, often filled with disco's and plays, such as OLIVER AND THE mi ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW. E For this wasliia first pigs ride, 5 doublefdecker bus venture, or Wi ride. One of the most interesting places was the church where St. Augustine wor- Q shipped tgggore starting his own Church, iifiknown IEW as Ctarihirbury Oaethedral. Some parmts of the original church date from 400 A.D. On Sunday, we were a part of the ser- ssvice Sefmsn was igigratherf we awed being , Wpermittedi to take part in Holy Cgmmu- nion on the alter where Thomas Becket was taken to be killed. Another strong impression concerned xx LP-4,4 A' is Sylvia? 1Wilson,iRobin,Frye, and Kgnm ,eilluliegley atngh , . T ii ,: 'mix 4 N-I ,4 'JGFA si.. We :ri 452122144 I-W T i 'x, mi . rx ni? ax - iris, N 'L H . . fits .fsrsrf2ns, eee asa qi i.1.i:35+,g.,, .ii-,ii is i -fr iii: -i- . i it Effthe small raoms on eaiiijside of l C the chtfreli. These wife used in mxedieval times by monks who were commissioned ,by wealthy patrons to pray for souls believed to be in purgatory. the ,: , Lsouls it it wherevewxgthey happ?ecl to be resting, or T so they believedlj The steps to the high alter in the we C-athedrggihacl been worn by thousands p fi oi' ipenitenits, who crawled on and T 'knees to beg forgiveness of sins? 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Council: Row one: Glen Wilson, Cheryl Crouse, Rhonda Fleming, Nicki Floyd, Cathy Galyean, Janell Blair, Billy Lundy Row two: Sandra Truitt, Mike Phipps, Susan Carper, Ioan Lee, Jenny Marion Margie Rowlett, Sharon Herrington, Row three: Susan Moorer, Liz Guynn, Cathy Lineberry, Ruth Otey, Mariah Nunn, Kim Sample. Row four: Guynn Edwards, Pam Bedwell, Susan Cockerham, Lyn Walker, David Rios, jimmy McMickle. Row five: Kathy Ward, Sandy Phipps, Rod Gillespie, Cynthia Morrow, Jed Coed, Lee johnson. Row six: Amy Caudell, Lisa Martin, Dee Sample, Kenny Rosenbaum. Striving for the betterment of the school and the community, the Student Council Association had a busy, prosperous year. The SCA began the year by organizing an orientation program to welcome new students to GHS. SCA representatives attended the VSCA Spring Conference and Summer Workshop. Planning by this group made Homecoming week "The Main Event" at GHS. With cooperation from clubs, Thanksgiving baskets were delivered to selected families in the area. At Valen- tine's, flowergrams expressing messages from secret admirers and special friends were delivered to students. The money- making project for the year was to operate the games at the Hane's picnic. The excitement of campaigning and an impressive installation service for new officers put the finishing touches on an active and successful year of SCA work. S.C.A. Executive Council 100 CLUBS .,,- S.C.A. Officers: Mrs. Todd, Ms. Morton, fsponsorsl, Sonia Taylor, ftreasurerl, Madison l-lamden lVice-Presidentl, Jan Cardwell lSecretarYl, Vicki Hall Qpresidentj Vicki Hall welcomes new students at orientation as other S.C.A. members look on. CLUBS 101 Mr. 1SteveJ Austin oils his six-million dollar Mr. Caudell secretly looks for one of his students heart' that he turned into a battery. 102 CLUBS Ain't No Stoppin' First row, left to right, David Alley, Greg Lovell, Jackie Nick, Jeff Bedsaul, Gary Vaught, Timmy Healy, Phillip Cockran, Greg Edwards, Mrs. Diane Coleman, Mr. Clay Caudell, Mrs. Thomasine Lemons, Second row, left to right, Donnie Walker, Tony Truitt, Jimmy Fortner, Guynn Edwards, Danny Frost, Steve Coleman, Lisa Martin, Lisa Rose, Roxanne Elliott, Amy Allred, Amy Caudell, Roxanne Cheek, Third row, left to right, Fred Catron, Tony Caudell, Ronnie Bailey, John Perrin, Sherry Shreusberry, Mary Ellen Hackler, Carmen Davis, Joanna McKenzie, Susan Moorer, Bernnie Herrington, Kim Bartlett, Kathy Tiller, Fourth row, left to right, Craig DeZern, Bobby Varis, John Doe, Randy Cornett, Sam Jones, Todd Ferris, Mike Jones, Cheral Stuart, Sharon Sawyers, Angela Brown, Jackie Kurby, Fifth row, left to right, Jeff McGrady, Willie Perrin, Ronnie Blackburn, David Fender, Stephon Young, Terry Moretz, Brian Reedy, Anja Spurlin, Amanda Blevins, Stephanie Phillips, Sixth row, left to right, Kenneth Hamm, Mike Burnett, Allan Burcham, David Fender, Kevin Reedy, Carl Moser, Richard Howard, Richie Lester, Dallas Choate, Ray Jones, Gary Brannock, Tony Russell, Seventh row, left to right, Trina Winesett, Netta Allred, David Burks, Jim Bryson, Tommy Jackson, Craig Patton, Cathy Hamm, Allen Stuart, Danny Leonard, Divan Hollaway, Eighth row, left to right, Ricky Furr, Lee Johnson, Rodney Roberts, Lonnie Anders, Jeff Moser, Randy Sikes, Timmy Goad, Randy Porter, Greg Hines, Bill Nell, Doug Cox. Five auto mechanics students listen attentively during a demonstration. Even though VICA appears to be very intelligent co-workers altogether, it does not represent this. VICA CVocational In- dustrial Clubs of Americaj is a new club which has proven to be very successful. lt involves all the Vocational classes in the school and has shown an active part among-the teachers and students. The officer installment dinner gave the club its opening boost. "Big John" Ricter cooked his world famous barbequed chicken and the vocational department was opened to the public displaying our fine equipment. Members of the VICA club pay close attention in the December meeting, Ann Hennis puts herself to sleep. CLUBS 103 Official officers of the VICA club lead the meetings. 5 . . . We re Oh l . Ska. A-A John Barker works steadily in electronics. the Move!!! VICA members take advantage of their vocational classes. 104 CLUBS Craig DeZern works steadily to repair the machine he has just blown up .. , GRA D OLE PAR TY E5 Jenny Marion reflects the Republican image - all work, no play. Lisa Martin expresses her feelings about the recent election. --,.t is ,., ,T f,f sg,-AZLKTQY --- gl, 3- --gay : -- -- - - Left to right: Myra Wright, Regina Grinnell, Blaire Boniface, Kendall Kegley, Kelli Martin, Lisa Martin, Michele Miller, Mariah Nunn, 'Ienny Marion, Lisa Keister, Kim Sample. Middle: Officers - Ruth Otey, Susan Nunn. Young Republican officers: Susan Nunn and Ruth Otey. As the 1979 Virginia elections rolled around our Young Republicans were found hard at work. You couldn't walk down the street without being handed a sticker, button, or the popular election ballots. Various rallies and dinners were attended by the Young Republicans to show their support for their republican candidates. Under the leadership of Susan Nunn, as president, and Ruth Ann Otey, as secretary-treasurer, this was the most outstanding political oriented club in our school. CLUBS 105 Taking Care Of Business jk L ,. , . . 1 if . , I.. , .5 J i A Szfm Y f ' 1 , I A N ' " if c I' ' 4 f 1 x X . fl ' ss. Rhonda Fleming practices to be a ghost writer. FBLA officers. lst row, left to right: Rhonda Fleming, Jackie Dixon, jackie Porter, Sandra Hodge, Sparkle Brown, Karen jones, Ruthie Choate, Nikki Floyd. 105 CLUBS In the ast, the FBLA has been known for their Blusy schedule of various service - . projects.This year was the same way. Some of our projects were: donating money to the SCA for Homecoming flowers and to the Galax Christmas Party. Members also helped pack the items for the Christmas Party boxes. The main goal of the FBLA is to in- crease business knowledge and to prepare the members for the business world. To is , 1 ii ' V J is ' ff.-722. ?. was i - 'stiff i'i: achieve this goal, at different times of the school year, spelling and math tests are ,gif given. There is also comcpetition with . ii,,'i other FBLA chapters at Ra ford Univer- .i Sity. We recognize our outstanding mem- bers by sponsoring a Member of the Month. These are selected by how many points they have for a certain month. There is no telling where the training received in the FBLA will take the hard- working students that are members. .3 . lui.-fi.: ,... - . EE ., ,, ,A " i, rims' .1 :gg ' LU Pricilla Green adds up the facts of business. Left to right, 1st row: Gina Wallace, Melanie Hensley, Jackie Dixon, Ruthie Choate, Sandra Hodge, Karen jones, Pam Billings, Marleta Brown, Mannell Blair, Mrs. Brenda Smith, Miss Margaret Jones, sponsors. 2nd row: Iackie Kirby, Mary Ellen Hackler, Sharon Davis, Gena Monday, Katrina Leonard, Lisa Chappel, Gloria Wolfe, Gloria Brown, Mrs. Rexene Spraker, sponsor. 3rd row: Tammy Bobbitt, Becky Crigger, Wendy Sisk, Debbie Diamond, Percela Green, Elvira Green, Bar- bara Billings, Becky McFarland, Marie Green, Jackie Porter. 4th row: Marie Joyce, Tracy Goodson, Teresa Poe, Lisa Pugh, Anita Edwards, Bobbie Killon, Sharon Price, Rhonda Fleming, Nikki Floyd. Sth row: Susan Moorer, Rhonda Cockerham, Susan Cockerham, Becky Billings, Ioan Lee, Rhonda Alderman, Karen Andrews, Marie Snead, Brenda Smith. 6th row: David Burkes, Benji Brown, Myra Williams, Sparkle Brown, BeBe Hill, Theresa Moxley, Sharon Diamond, Arlene Sawyers, 7th row: Sandy Phipps, Cathy Ward, Donna Patton, Gloria Cole, Debbie Reed, Sheila Nichols, Rhonda Vaughn, Rhonda Diamond, Sherry Shrewsberry. Bth row: Duane Holloway, Jerry Lawson. GE ERAL HOSPITAL avr. . :me , gi , b , 51 , 1 523 it 1- G i , 1 5? .' 1 Mrs. Walker shows the easy way to shave someone, with a razor. if Jane Morgan and Teresa Hale learn how to short sheet a patient's bed. You may not see these people roaming the halls of G.H.5, but they can be found in the vocational building learning various skills in practical nurs- ing. These days it's not unusual to find a couple of males in this course. They might even be an appreciated change of scenery. What do these people do? Everything from A to Z. They learn the primary skills of practical nursing such as changing bed linens, taking blood pressures, learning the bone structure of the human body, and many other important things. Who know what these future Florence Nightingales will be doing after the capping ceremony? , rt, ,apt ' Beverly Lucas volunteers an eager young student to clean bed pans. 107 all 1 . fb. - f 'ilffl -..,-r,,,f-5"f'4- V "--2...Z..f-W. 1 is.: I Susan Nunn dreams of killing the curve in Coach Dalton's class. Beta Club Member: a member of the elite group of extrememly intelligent human beings attending Galax High School. "Tap, tap, tap," No, this isn't tap and ballet class. lt's the familiar sound of old Beta club members tapping ceremony. Are these people hermits? Do they spend each waking hour studying the concepts of the Pythagorean Theorem? Not really, but some are known as the "Curve Kill- ing Capers." They cram for hours at a time just to kill the curve on an Algebra ll, Math IV, or Chemistry test. Along with making above average grades, the Beta Club also contributes to community-wide service projects and school projects. These Beta Club mem- bers may become great philosophers, chemists, maybe even President of the United States! 108 CLUBS iw.. We i i i i , THE WIZ 3 L w.,.N, l S5522 fs ii. :sa l jigs ..5szie:si:ii,..ggg... it a. :xiii 2 ii ii in iii , new , . is 'Fi' l ,H , ttt i i i ef? i2s?jjll4jli,""""' H 3125: ii ii ii ii ss , 'J jfffil sg Maier "lil J llkiififii it , it T l 'lull il S' it ' .W i mm . - i i. 7 l N ,,'um..H.. in ' iiuiiuiilmngg X i it 2-225 nt " i HH W W tastes fn sf- zigs N :i 'lm ww m , I :resin iw frets- i i giigiywii i M M i i J Ng iii".'jjg'iii Ulf . ,,..,,1.:,..,.. ll it Hlllli.ifi..i ' 'FQQEJ as-'Lt "iw il Q35 - .x as-.Q 2'-gs i .sam M, Lax W, M m,' , These Beta Club Members seem to be very confused. X iq- vsg- 1 ,f Q' Ti , . .iff " Vivian Piper flaunts her beautiful Beta Club toga. ,- am-FJ ' ' 'Y " -'li-iiijizacr1-.-Riii'5i'.jf.Q,s.-v.v,. .i,v..i .. 1. it . "' ii ' " ' ,i 554559,-E211 '. ' , ., .- , UA...--.e'.1"L1,,...t,.-L,:if-,lEz""" Beta Club members: Row one: Pam Bedwell, Lisa Martin, Debbie Williams, Margie Rowlett, Susan Moorer, Valerie lgo, Billy Lundy. Row two: Susan Cockerham, Brenda Smith, Cathy Galyean, Ruth Otey, Susan Nunn, Vicki Hall. Third row: Susi Jones, led Goad, Clark Fincher, Mrs. Blythe, Mrs. King, sponsors. Play That Funky Music Maybe not as wild as the Flying Dutchman or Johnny Fever, but on Saturday afternoon WBOB S onsors 50 minutes of nonstop jam for the students delight. The S.C.A. sponsors and selects six air-worthy students to host the show. While everyone else is still in bed at 12:30 on Saturday mornings, the announcers are at WBOB sorting out to hits and preparing for the show. The hits mailed 'to WBOB by the companies may not be Teen Time material, but the announcers still manage to round up plenty of good tunes to kee everyone rockin'-n-rollin' for a short while. Even though most peo- ple don't realize it, the show airs year round, except for Va. Tech's football seasons when their games are announced. After the show is over at 2:00, everyone tunes to another station just waiting to jam again next Saturday with Teen Time. The teen time staff seranades listeners with their own special brand of "humor" Swamp Music. caller is her mother. mia Front: Regina Grinnell, Allan Funk, Ruth Otey Back- Kenn Rosenbaum, Clark Fincher, Brian - Y Underwood. Allan Funk exchanges a golden oldie for some Regina Grinnell cracks up when she realizes the I T211 ,L '.--, l 1 p-, -1 Brian Underwood "jams" with some true boogie. R CLUBS 109 Blazing Saddles Meanwhile back at the ranch, the Future Farmers of America once again strived to keep the backbone of America in farming. Learning the basics of car- pentry, welding, and masonry, these skills will be useful no matter what their future brings. Initiation gave the old members a chance to welcome new members by the usual "fun". A major project of the organization was selling oranges and grapefruits. This is a service that is ap- preciated throughout the community. 'f?i,Iif f,-. rr.. fs., ,,. ,f , " Q Q . 4 uv 'FT Several members of the FFA listen attentively dur- ing class. 110 CLUBS Mike Mickey tries to loosen the furtile cement. p 1 T1 Carl Moser and Kevin Reedy come in from a hard day of grapefruit sales. ROW 1 QL to RJ Lee johnson, Steve Burcham, jeff Moser, Kevin Reedy, Carl Moser, Barry Lowe, Doug Cox, Mike Mickey ROW 2qL to RJ Jeff Caens, James Bowers, Randy Leonard, Steve Hanks, Buddy Hill, James Lilley, Dennis Rutherford, Mr. Austin ROW 3 KL to RJ Sherry Grimes, Wayne Coleman, john Houk, Richard Leonard, Danny Choate, David Scharffer, Darian l-lackley, Antonio Perrin ROW 4 KL to RJ Cary Shumate, Ricky Walker, Chris Dickenson, Steve Burris, Charles Leonard, jimmy Wright, Barry Estridge, Duane Holloway ROW 5 lL to RJ Joe Diamond, Shawn Wilson, Kelvin Hale, Sammy Lewis, Roger Lineberry, Greg I-lines, jerry Lawson ROW 6 QL to Rl Elizabeth Duggins, Randy Cornett, Larry Thompson, Curtis Russell, Kenneth Combs, Allen Rosen- baum. Lynn Bedsaul desperately untangles some overcook spaghetti. jf Maia it ' ' 1 . alll 'ar 1st row, left to right: Dee Burks, Susan Carper, Katrina Leonard, Sandra Hodge, Mrs. I. Smith. Znd row: Mary Ellen Hackler, Sherry Shrewsberry, Rhonda Catron, Robin Vaught, Anja Spurlin, Cindy Carper. 3rd row: Linda Moxley, Kelly Blackburn, Michelle Chappell, Missy Burcham, Tammy Garrett, jackie Fender, Lynn Bedsaul, Robin Leagan, Rhonda Diamond, Lori Davis, Cora Farris. 4th row: Janie Sharp, Percela Green, Carolyn Manuel, Shari Robinson, Stephanie Phillips, Pam Schuyler, Jeanna Smith, Cindy Diamond, Karen Andrews, Angie jones, Sherry Sexton. sth row: Paula Hahn, Lori White, Marie Green, Sylvia Adams, Kathy Ward, Patricia Todd, Donna Payne, Sandra Carico, Teresa Vaughan, Lisa Sawyer, Rhonda Alderman. . innem . . . Pam Schuyler and Stephanie Phillips prepare for another interesting FHA meeting. The Future Homemakers of America Organization was filled with students whose lifelong dream was to become a happy homemaker or a galloping gour- met. But of course they had to perform various duties to help prepare them for their future. The FHA has participated in many projects. They prepared and served refreshments for new student orientation .and co-sponsored a reception for the Homecoming Court and their mothers. Members also earned money for their club by selling Tupperware at the begin- ning of the year. .Mg . Susan Carper anxiously waits for the meeting to begin. FHA officers are: bottom row, left to right: Susan Carper, Katrina Leonard, Monday. Top row, left to right: DeDe Burks, Sandra Hodge, Sandy Phipps. . 5 : izwlwie I f '12 Q' 4 fg .h.'5gi35g if fr ,, ...XaaEs'2E4'5,'-,,E'l"'i a,,ifi5,ff5e'5u ' - ,,rVi:5355g3a w msigggarvgxf.. M it Lang gggszwiglii asia- W zsgagigglfffeg CLUBS 111 .1 E I -fs J ' Leg-1 x I v X The High Notes Music Club falias Wild-n-Wooly do gooders of GI-ISD deal mainly with music and all around com- munity activities in the area. They have caroling groups at Christmas that visit nursing homes and various other institu- tions. Each member is also urged to at- tend concerts in the area and be involved with musical programs concerning the area. High, medium, and low notes prepare a bulletin board in the hall. Bottom Row, Left to right: Pat Hall, Terri LeGrand, Robin Weaver, Lisa Webb, Delea Daniels. Top row, left to right: Tommy Whittle, David Rios, John Boniface, Barry Lyons, sponsor - Rebecca Gatchel. Tommy Whittle tells us how rhythm comes from the back of the head. Tommy Whittle and David Rios appear in the Mozart Concert? , Front: Jennel Blair, jewel Blair, Marletta Brown, Kim Sample, Tracy Tucker, Mrs. Bowman tspon- sorj Middle: Bebe Hill, Andy Moretz, Babette Holder, Delane Bowman, Karen Sweeny Back: Pat I Weaver, Myra Wright, Blair Boniface, Myra Williams, Jenny Marian, and, Margie Rowlett, Matt Pain tat pianoj. The Student Music Club began the year with the planning of many activities for the following year. The club planned to visit many service institutions in the area. One of these visits was a trip to the nursing home during the Christmas holi- days. The group also hoped to go Christmas carolling over the Christmas holidays and to sponsor a musical assembly for the enjoyment of the school student body. Each month one member invites the club to their house to meet and discuss many items of importance. This year they also joined the Federation of Music Clubs which is state and nationally know. The Student Music Club strives to help peo- ple in the community and those around them gain an appreciation of music and respect for others. The officers are: Matt Payne - President, Babette Holder - Secretaryflleporter, and Margie Rowlett - Treasurer. Jenny Marion wonders how late she is for the next Music Club meeting. ' few , fi it -......,.. .. if. if: M1324 W 1 . , ,.,.s,,.,4r..,s , , 1135. M Z .Z ,, f'fi?EfET.g.. .i1,,1,.g1..,, ii .. p,,T'?M:s,ft,f , M. 'Wi - H mi r, w N it :ref-an gf? --':gxh1wQmgg'H, H ri it it Mm.,-1.isf,,,, ..,,Nr.v gg, 1 1 1 . . er: ifwsasrfe 15553532 ' .1-1 .gras 1 if I-1 M is III W it CLUBS 113 Bottom row, left to right: Carl Blair, Robin Case, I. M. Bryan, Jed Goad, Liz Cfuynn, Cuynn Edwards, Kim Sample, loan Lee, Allen Funk, Kenny Rosenbaum, Gene Sizemore. Top row, left to right: Karen Sweeney, BeBe Hill, Phillip Cochran, Connie Hale, Susan Mullins, Sylvia Wilson, Karen Wright. Semi l 1 Kenny Rosenbaum shows us his muscular football abilities. -W Y-' 'H mf eww ' W M ' ' " "1 ' ' - ' . ies , 1 gg.: V .V ,ZZ . cr , Y -ei , A Y E . K . 4 Z Z , Hi T sf'-1. ,Jas ' ' ' LH il' , 1 . M V, ,ww w. sr ,W ,A-sr. ,W z V ,c ,seas Z ., we 1 .T f get s s. . ' " "' l 2 'E 5 W f s iagkgs 1 , , irumi . 114 CLUBS -an. ,, Q Cuynn Edwards models the latest style in letter Tough The Varsity Club is well known for its nothing less than extorted techniques for selling tickets to Mr. Cross' western films. The only real thing the members are concerned about is whether they sell the tickets or not and everyone knows about this because as soon as they're anywhere near the high school they are attacked by four very large members of the club, but everyone enjoys the film and the break from class. Later on in the year, they sponsor the an- nual Tommy Adams benefit basketball game in which the even year graduates and students play the odd year graduates and students. It proves a lot of entertain- ment and fun as well as contributing to a good cause. jackets. X Several Varsity Club members visit the closest playground to test their strength on the gym set. 'Habla Ud. Espanol . 235: 7 J . , 1 K5 W, , The Spanish Club was brought back to life this year by their new sponsor, Miss Hope Price, who proved to be a great asset to the club. The theme is to further understanding of Spanish-speaking countries and to learn their traditions. The main project for the year was to sponsor a child in a Spanish-speaking country, whch was a good way to learn more about Spanish culture, while also helping an underprivileged child. Bottom: Billy Lundy, Terry Moretz, Middle: Cathy Yeatts, Dede Burks, Becky jackson, Sharon Pollock, Top: Rebecca Crigger, Lisa Sawyer, Rhonda Alderman, sponsor, Ms. Price. , . L C it , C, , W , aaa- ,,,,m,, -J ,-4- Li, ,,,,,,,., ,f,f?iii,,,L,.w,,s,.,,,, -,--,,, 522535 4- .,... .. M- , ., ,L 1 A ,. gf . ff' Billy Lundy sneers at the camera when he realizes that the photographer known what he just put into his pinata. CLUBS 115 Pat Hall rushes to get an important S.O.D.A. 116 CLUBS JUSTA HELPI G HAND These S.O.D.A. members listen to Mr. Parker's plans for the year. If you've ever Nhearcl any of those eager- n-enthusiastic SODA freaks talking about the action that goes on in their club, you would want to join in. SODA fStudent Organization for Developing Attitudesj is active teens getting involved with tutoring and counseling for elemen- tary students. They meet during school and spend part of this time un- derstanding and communicating with each other to better understand people they will be working with. meeting. S.O.D.A. club members - Row one: Sylvia Wilson, Blaire Boniface, Pat Hall, Sherry Sexton, Mr. Parker, Row two: Rod Gillespie, Marletta Brown, Terry Brown, Rhonda Catron, Cindy Diamond, Barry Lyons, Row three: Robin Weaver, Terri LeGrand, Janell Blair, Kim Sample, Kendall Kegley, Row four: Buddy Hill, Page Wilson, Matt Payne, Regina Cox, Diana Catron, Mariah Nunn. Four sopranos, Renae Fleming, Trena Winsett, Vicki Waight, Robin Padgett, push for the high note from the belly button. Front: Carl Burcham, jeff Mcgrady, Danny Price, Phillip Duncan, Terry Moretz, Middle: Brenda White, Andrea Milgrim, Roxanne Elliott, Renae Fleming, Angie Jones, Daina Sisk, Martha Lindsey, Tracy Tucker, 3rd: Mary Ellen Hackler, Beverly Brown, Michelle Cox, Lisa Webb, Robin Padgett, Deleia Daniels, Teresa Brannock, Sandra Brannon, Connie Rutherford, 4th: Sherry Baumgardner, Mary Boyer, Trena Winesett, Sherry Fortner, Lori Funk, Beth Worsham, Karla McBride. This year chorus took on a few new aspects which were: the girls chorus and performance of an operetta. In their Thanksgiving produc- tion, the girls sang before the boys joined them with "Speak Up," which proved to be a great success. Any non-chorus member might not realize how much talent and skill goes into such a per- formance before an audience. Much class time is needed to show as much improvement as they have shown this year. 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The band went to Burlington, N.C. under a 100 degree, overcast sky to try and learn new shows for the marching season. Althou h there were fun times to be had af- ter the hours ogmarching, it seemed pretty hard for the members to concentrate on a swimming pool while their feet were aching with blisters. After the first day of what we thought was to be a week of fun and frolicing, the jungle-like conditions prevailed and spider bites, cut hands, bee stings, and hourly rides to the emer ency room seemed to be on all the homesick mindi of the 90 members. After camp was over and the first few football games were past, the band was beginning to think all their hours of marching on the wet field in the early mornings and the marching on the dusty field late in the evening was payin off. Performing for cheering students and restfess parents during halftime was only a small comparison to what the did at the North Carolina Central Band Festivali The Band left for Elon earl on a Saturday morning and came home late Saturdlay ni ht with smiles on their faces. lt was easy to tell that they had done well, but the smiles did not even be in to describe their feelin s when they won seconfplace band of the day and a Division I rating in their class. The band ended their hard working season with a vaca- tion trip to Florida. Tommy jackson fills the auditorium with the sounds of his famous Yackety Sax. Mr. French reviews Friday nights mistakes so the band can be corrected Monday morning. Babette Holder dies laughing when she realizes her pants are caught on the piano keys. it ,N -Y W .ef s Y- . sw gg, M.. 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' N , six - r lAm,?.krY -f ait T, L v 1 -D V - , 'Q P-P N L1 I4 G.H.S. majorettes: Pam Bedwell, Babette Holder, G.H.S. fla corps: Front - Debbie Shaw, fco-captainj, Roxanne Brenda White, fcaptainl Susi Jones, Karen Elliot Ccaptainj Middle - Lisa Pugh, Tina Green, Renae Fleming, Sweeney, Alegia Combs, Kathy Tiller Back - Tracy Tucker, Patricia Rutherford, Teresa Howard, Tracy Goodson, Terry Brown. first: Vivian Taylor, Joy Brown, Angela Bryson, Michele Miller, Diana Catron, Arlene Newman, Kim Davis, Lynn Cruise, Kelly Martin, Kindel Kegly, Sandra Truitt, Paula Sexton, Chris Moretz, Znd: jack Knick, Jennel Blair, Karen Cox, Myra Williams, Regina Cox, Brenda Vaught, Sandra Fortner, Lisa Kester, Becky Bobbit, Dana Barker, Roxanne Cheek, Brd: Andrea Milgrim, Timmy Kin- ser, Bebe Hill, David Duncan, Delane Bowman, Mike Harris, Gloria Wolfe, Carol Carico, Eddie Davis, Tommy Lander, Martha Lindsey, 4th: Bob Dendy, Pat Weaver, Miriah Nunn, Chris Porter, Rodney Gillespie, John Turbyfield, Vaughn Hastings, David Rios, Tommy jackson, Chris Saunders, Darrin Reedy, sth: Matt Pain, Timmy Bottomly, Mike Anders, Brian Underwood, Sonia Taylor, Keith Barker, Glenn Wilson, William Wilson, Phillip Duncan, Greg Cheek, 6th: Clark Fincher, Lisa Childs, Phillip Norman, Mike Burnett, David Fender, Daryl Burks, I. M. Bryon, Tommy Whittle, Charles England. ,L r , r V - G.H.S. band officers: Sonia Taylor fpresidentj, Drum Major Mike Hash shows us he can do Brian Underwood Kvice-presidentj, Babette Holder something besides strut on Friday night. f5ecretaryJ, Sandra Truitt lTreasurerJ. CLUBS 121 N 'ti V. Robert M. fTommyJ Barber, School Psychologist, Supervisor of Special Education, Head Varsity Football Coach. Ray Bedsaul, Health and Physical Education. Katie Bowman, Guidance Counselor and English Lab. Kenneth Brooms, U.S. Government, History. Verl Brown, Aide, I.V. Football Coach. Kathy McCleaf, Phys. Ed., Girls Basketball, Volley- ball, Track. Clockwise from top right: Coach Barber gives his mailbox a routine check. Mr. Brown surrenders to the students. Mr. Phipps inspects the lunch line for skippers. Mr. Bunn addresses part of the student body. Coach Cambell looks on as an invisible fly lands on his nose. Charles Bunn - Auto Mechanics, VICA Sponsor. Dave Campbell - History, Civics, Asst. Varsity Football, Asst. Varsity Baseball Coach. nd il --if Mrs. Diamond's sneaky eyes 'see someone in back of the library out of their seat. There is a very important group of people at Galax High. A group, who by their routine participation, oftn is taken for granted. Members of this group have dedicated themselves to a task of instilling a search for knowledge within the hearts and minds of their students. They go about this task in different ways, individual ways, and ways which relate to individual students. Their methods have succeeded not only in a tangible way, but also in an intangible way. This group of people, the faculty and administration of Galax High, have, by their dedicated efforts, gained the respect and friendship of the class of 1980 and classes to come. As we move into a new segment of life, we will always remember the important part you played during some of the best years of our lives. Thanks 124 FACULTY C. Carper - Aide, junior Sponsor. H. Clay Caudell - Electronics, VICA Advisor. V Qi Mr. Brooms announces, once again that there will be a chapter test tomorrow. ,gunf- . . MX 5 55'- 1 i. BX it Diane Coleman - Sandra Combs Sponsor. Drafting, VICA Advisor. - English 10, 11, 12, Forensics ,fi Z 'r . N L Lois Dalton - U.S. History, Social Studies Dept. Chairman, Voice of Democracy Sponsor. Tom Dalton - Algebra II, Physics, Advanced Math. 4,.,- -is Weis' ff - , 1:--N 3- , ., , , Brenda Diamond - Study Hall Supervisor. Mrs. lane Edwards - French, Yearbook business sponsor, Senior sponsor. 'H r A Coach McLeaf and Coach Bedsaul discuss the idea of 3 new BYU' floor. Mr. Fain - Agriculture, FFA sponsor. Rebecca W, Gatchel - sponsor. Math, High Notes W J Lois Crowder Goad - English, English Dept. Chair- 1 person, Forensic Director, Bth grade sponsor. Patricia A. Griggs - Phys. Ed., Girls Basketball Coach, Girls Tennis Coach. Margaret Ann Iones - Business Dept., C.O.E. Coordinator. Judy Cr. King, English 10, Beta Club Sponsor. ii ii Ni em N" ':Q.Y,y- , Mr, Coach Dalton test. Miss Morton stands at ease and geometry to one of her new students. '1 V, t ,- wx, is xiii explains why everyone flunked the explains FACULTY 125 Thomasine C. Lemons - Art, VICA sponsor, 10th Grade sponsor. Jeanette B. Mayberry - Humanities, English 11, Junior sponsor. Mary Ellen Maxwell - Home Ec., Yearbook Ad- visor, Cheerleading sponsor. Brenda V. Moraski, Developmental Math and Science, 10th Grade sponsor. Teacher's Day Full of Task What is a teacher? Everyone has his own idea as to what a teacher is and what his or her job includes. However, do they really know all the tasks he or she performs? Of course, a teacher's main role is obviously teaching. If teaching was the only duty a teacher had, there would be a great excess of teachers today. Along with keeping and recording grades, a teacher must have great patience along with a strong hand and sometimes a weak heart. Contrary to popular beliefs, a teacher's day doesn't end at three o'clock. 126 FACULTY Miss Griggs calls out a quiz to the Drivers Ed. students. Mrs. Todd hands out report cards to the students who just cannot wait to take them home. W , Ms. Dickens explains a story to her Senior English Class. J Coach Campbell really gets into history. H 'fs I if Qfi if 233' . .5'y:-is Q , ,,, as .wif Margaret B. Moretz - English 8-12, 9th Grade sponsor. Linda M. Morton F Math Dept. Chairperson, S.C.A. Advisor, Geometry, Math 8. 4 x I I Mary l.. Nuckolls - Aide. James Parker - Visitin Teacher, Homebound S Coordinator, Home-School Counselor, S.O.D.A. Sponsor. HARD DAYS Miss Morris smiles after everyone showed up at chorus. ,Q Coach Spangler tries to explain in- telligently the concept of human anatomy, but he just cannot seem to do it. FACULTY 127 Miss Morton, along with other help, prepares for an S.C.A. meeting. What happens to teachers in the summertime? Do they just crawl into a cave and hibernate 'till the end of August? Do they spend all summer thinking up ways to make a student suffer all through the school year? As strange as this may seem, they do just about everything that normal people do. There was even a rumor spread about saying that maybe even a few teachers went on vacation, but who believes that? Most students think they were planning daily lessons all during the summer. With the coming of summer, not all teachers can look forward to a few months off, some have a few short days off then back to the routine of school during the summer sessions. Mary Ann Patterson - Clerk Typist I, Typing I. Miss Hope D. Price - Spanish, Spanish Club sponsor. Mrs. Coad is caught peeking out the window dur- ing one of her English classes. Ron Quesenberry - Phys. Ed., Drivers Ed., Girls Baslgetball, Boys Basketball, Boys Track, Varsity C u . John Richter - .Buildings Trade, Carpentry and Masonry. Shirley A. Rosenbaum - English and Math Mrs. G. Roudebush - English. Brenda E. Smith - Steno I, General Business, C Advisor F.B.I..A. Larry Spanger - Biology I, Asst. Varsity Footb Asst. Varsity Basketball, Head Baseball Coach. Where Do They Go? 128 FACULTY Rexene D. Spraker - Business Education, Co- s onsor of F.B.L.A p . Rhonda H. Todd - Earth Science, Physical Science, S.C.A. Co-sponsor. f lg lg. KU,,,,,..5-fl 11 'p its .' nv' ,r, - J"-21 rg., -. ffm,- 'i ,, 6 ,-iv il L-'Pl 1.27 V :il '-'J,g"L ' 1 . ,.f' , :.u 7 2 I ,af . ll 15 fl' ' Mrs. Combs tries to hold back a smile but she did not succeed. Mrs. Zachery - Biology. Miss C. Elliott - Aide. Mrs. Zachery grades her test papers with a steam face, even if they are all "F's". 'Z Mr. Brown along with other teachers feast on low-calorie lunches. FACULTY 129 130 FACULTY ,..J Earlene Boyer - ASSI- Clerk. Marian Richardson - Deputy Clerk. l if K sg? ' 2 P Y. '- ,4 ft.-. I .nf Kathy Killon - Secretary. Myrna Holder - Secretary. Ulm. . - Mrs. Nena Hash - Guidance Counselor.. Patty Smith - Guidance Secretary. -! ,fl , .Iifl Liz Williams - Secretary. Margaret Webb - Secretary. Kay Weddle - Secretary. Mrs. Webb just finishes typing out a hard test y i yy yyg, -:sz 1 1, ,111 H .sq Q i., ,, H ,sw its ii U. .., , in in in N w ii s H M H H. llyjfillmsg 'gg"'35eixa.s:sj,..4W. i H ,,,, g1131tt ,, ,, ,. 4 l TL ,.,. . .,, ,,, U., M an F M s git W ww H umm W, we M ,ww Y .Y 1 1 me iz: 1 T ll' ,, 5 -as - ff m M A H' ,, ,. , ,, ,, ,. ir ia.. , , , .- ' H22 William G. Davis - Superintendent. Owen L. Burks - General Supervisor. The members of Galax's faculty have played many roles during the school year. They opened the doors to knowledge, encouraging students to step through. They stood by, ready to lend an ear to problems and to impart the knowledge they had gained through experience. For those who needed it, the faculty sometimes played the part of disciplinarians. However, when the students cooperated and took full advantage of the many available opportunities, the teachers were rewarded in their primary role as educators. Roger B. Sharpe - Administrative Asst Bill Brown - Principal. ,, gi. ,,,. i wi :wr s s 'af , 1 1 1 as -,L H A ' 1 ' x sgzfef 1 u is w 2 s 1: , is ag . iii s l :I W 'M H 35 ' K fn 132 FACULTY I .Q I This year the annual staff would like to try something new. The staff decided ff 1 that we would donate this page to p expressions of those who help educate us l at G.H.A. QM ' ,, W W ,P wwf W C Q KMA-f x g dgf X UOJMJQA CifwgOf C39 Awww XZ Q17 xJLm fcQ,w 9f'?3ixXX ff P- f- !QmwQ0gp wqvfflxb, wwf? gfmkp, 17306 AM ff? 41i ,gL6wf jZW.,4?Qvf,QWJ, Q H. w W- Q Q17 ff J Zcfkuk XBWVM-Rh? ff F contractors Compliments of MINK-PONTIA C- E 81 L Diamond Buick-GMc,1Nc. Electric - Cooling- Heating T ii ii J Heat Pumps GI Plaza 621 Glendale Road Pg I 5365167 Galax, Virginia Compliments of Airport Drive-in Theatre FIELDER ELECTRIC Compliments Of M 'ip BIG CHIEF MARKET B y Fielder James A. Franks ml'yCll'I,t'GCll7'lpA8llv,QI'l,Sl,Ll'Cll1CQ HQQHCQ, vgfLC. l..1.,.. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE , FIRE ' LIFE ' ACCIDENT I AUTOHOBILE ' LXABXLITY P. o. Box 187 - TELEPHONE 713-2531 ehestnuggek corp BLUE RIDGE TRANSFER CO., ROSE LANE MOTEL and RESTAURANT Webster Street Galax, Va. 24333 312 West Stuart Drive Galax, Va. 24333 Phone 236-5117 MILO C. COCKERHAM, INC. MCKNIGHT OIL co., INC. RAILROAD AVENUE GALAX, VA. ' , .4 uf A OWU 8L WATCHDOGINOIL HEAT SERVICE AUTO PARTS 608 EAST STUART DRIVE "Thu warnmsl thing you Cam do fm' your home." GALAX, VA. 'HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR AU'l'OMO'I'IVE Nr ms' G ' V g 236 2934 COMPLIMENTS OF MAIN OFFICE me NATIONAL EAST INDEPENDENCE BRANCH ANK Independence, Virginia 24348 17031 773-2861 ELK CREEK BRANCH Elk Creek, Virginia 24326 17031 655-4011 TROUTDALE BRANCH Troutdale, Virginia 24378 C7031 677-3722 INDEPENDENCE, VIRGINIA 24348 "SERVING GRAYSON COUNTY SINCE 1900" Printing 8: Office Supplies Af C 703 236-6991 H20 Invitations lAll Kindsl We make rubber stamps Magnetic 81 plastic signs Roy B. Lineberry, President Robert B. Lineberry, Vice-President Dorothy P. Lineberry, Secretary 81 Treasurer Kathryn L. Lineberry, Asst. Secretary 8: Treasurer SOUTHERN STATES GALAX COOP. INCORPORATED i 210 Meadow St. Galax, Virginia Phone: 236-2181 Bulk Fertilizer Blending Plant Complete Line of Feed - Seed - Fertilizer SPRAGUE ELECTRIC CO. P.0. Box 797 Hillsville, Virginia 728-9121 Compliments of Galax, Virginia PATTON'S READY MIX C0 CRETE COMPANY VAUGHN DISTRIBUTING CO. INC. DISTRIBUTORS OF SEALTEST PRODUCTS P. O. BOX 338 GALAX, VA. 24333 i I FRIES TEXTILE CUMPANY Wholly Gvvned Subsidiary Of RIE GEL TEXTILE CCJRPURATIGN The Zero Defects Company An Equal Gpportunity Employer 42 Our Quarter Poundeni with cheese. The hamburger so thick, we had to use two pieces of cheese. ,.,,,,. rr C21-9953 on 120191 Qur McDonald'sf9 about your cheeseburger, ,gi I C E653 Oni ff Quarter Pounderik is so and you're seriously SFIQEEEO thick and beefy, one hungry, order a Quarter A . is 5 ,, ieee of cheese doesn't Pounder with cheese. E E i CHEESE' P -- , ' even make a dent in the Twice as much cheese. 4 ,--, 1. 1 big beef flavor. It just just for you. is Q EHS IOSL D We can an ioryoum ' , I After pondering the , L ' QUGSUOU, We Came UP ik if- with a brilliant solution - add H110 fhef Pieffe Of Mc Donald's 5 " cheese. l I So if ou're serious Q ' 'A ' ' A ' ' Y East Stuart Drive Galax, Va. 24333 xweight before Cooking IA C3 1975 McDonaId's Corporation PIGGLY-WIGGLY A ., ld WOMETCO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Galax Warehouse SQUARE BUILDING BQAZ STU DIQ SUPPLY CORP. AND 1 CAMERA SHOP I UH E . BUILDING G I PI ShoppingCenter SUPPLY CORE P O B 819 - .. I M th S t. 9 .m.-7 p.m. 236-2291 KW, G For the finest In fresh meats, 5 groceries and rodu e G I V i glofflt-Jan'S ,fr-I' 'YY M1 ,-.,--1.47, in I : V? Vf7'. l'. J 1 ' i J 1, Uilifl 1-""""i Home National Brand Since 1929 Galax, Virginia Compliments of JACKSON'S I MEN'S WEAR ff Q "WHERE THE WELL DRESSED MEN SHOP" HILLSVILLE, VIRCINIA 24343 STATE FARM S M INSURANCE E. Clifford Bedsaul and Larry Bedsaul Agents Residences: 236-3254 236-8285 GAL YEAN PLUMBING 81 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 307 Meadow St. - PO. Box 1054 Galax, Virginia 24333 Phone: 236-8881 Stuart Drive IVIini-IVIart 1012 W. Stuart Drive 236-2562 Galax, Virginia 24333 "Prompt Courteous Service" ROY' S DIAMOND CENTER 112V2 North Main Galax, Virginia 24333 C7031 236-4137 BOI3'S TIRE SERVICE 547 East Stuart Drive Galax, Va. 24333 236-2200 at .MM 'magma we M ' 'QR see fabric - ngt !-La 7? merely , for what it is, but for what it tggil PRODUCTS i - FOR APPAFIE I HOME AND INDUSTFZ . Burlington LAX W .f xc, hi A f JF M x R B N mx Mn wr w X Jim, ML :mf my 'ml 1 '59 AV My 1 M ES , .2 ' va gk lb bun hx 0 m :rv J' n 'gn v e ,ML am v V x 'N EW w l as N Wu as mx fe' 'Sm sgyi my S 9, 53.153 F' 05 8 Compliments Of NEAL'S ENTERPRISES, LTD. Area Distributor of Carlite Glass 744-2153 236-8196 , SHENAND OAH LIFE Sales and Service PARSONS lvloToR oo. INSURANCE INC. Telephone 723-2321 I d pendence, VA 24348 J- D- PEIVSOVISI P 'd T Buddy R. Paisley-Agent D dg -Ch Y ' "PW th-D dg T K 101 U2 Main Street Galax Virginia 1 4 Compliments of PENRY MANUFACTURING C0 Galax Virginia HILLCREST SERVICE CENTER PAUL'S BCDY Groceries-Meats-Gas-Oil S H O P Ph 236 2771 Lowgap Highway 236 4495 G l V STAR S ERV I C ENTER VASS-KAPP HARDWARE and DON AND ESTIL HALE FURNITURE CG' OWNERS 236 5158 1003 S. MAIN ST. GALAX, vA. w I 'W 'if' 'aff' -ur U IIIIIIIJI ,W ' ' -mi ' -.-' W ' W , ARNOLD'S VARIETY STORE 'IO5 MAIN STREET Galax, Virginia Phone 236-6281 LINEBERRY'S JEWELERS RICHARD VAUGHT Owner CUSTOM JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER DIAMONDS 0 WATCHES CHINA SILVERWARE IIII GALAX VA I SAM B. GRIGGS DISTRIBUTORS TEXACO - FIRESTONE OUR 41st YEAR COOMES INSURANCE AGENCY Michael L. 81 Robert L. Coomes, Jr -Agents GALAX, VIRGINIA 472' W' S Congratulations Seniors of 1980 from Bonnie and Jack Haymore, Gwners Captainls Reef Restaurant N. 601 Box 547 Dobson, N.C. 27017 Serving 3 meals daily Specializing in Fresh Seafood and Choice Steaks His 84 Hers Ltd. 108 East Grayson Street Galax, Virginia 236-6811 Compliments of WILLIAMS CLEANERS DIAL 236-2342 B A I L E Y . . LUIVIBER COMPANY Cleaning Pressmg ' ' We are your Building Supply Headquarters Altering Weatheuzmg 207 W. Grayson Street Tru s l Galax, Va. Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 118 S. Main Street ' 3 Galax, Virginia 24333 236-2821 Hanes Knitwear Division Brooks Plant Galax, Virginia L 3:51 Vaughan - Bassett Fu rni lu re Co. Galax.Vlrginia nQ,f5x.- GALAX PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 518 SOUTH MAIN STFIE GALAX, VIRGINIA 2433 236-2841 ,xgmerican mrror Gmloany P.o.BQX67 TELEPHONE 236-5111 Qlfaag. lwrginia 24333 Our MIRRORS Reflect Quality Compliments of B A Auromonvf E 3 5? BANK OF VIRGINIA Galax, Virginia I Wonderknit Corp. ' - A , L -., 1 - '-0.16, , Y. .4 . S -:.J-f- . f ' Creators of fine knitwear Fashions Galax, Virginia . IT PEFIFORMS AS GOOD AS IT LOOKS! FLOYD AMC! JEEP, INC. 1116 S. Main Street Galax, Virginia KYLE'S SPORT SHOP Team and Individual NEW GAIAX MIRRIIR CIIRP. P. O. BOX 690 GALAX, VIRGINIA 24333 703-236-2961 Sporting goods needs Complete line of trophies with expert engraving available 117A N. lvlain Street Galax, Va. REEDY'S ITTI' T7 H'-"' 7 ' 'I V ' ' F? ' ff' I 1 I, I g 1. I1 1 :Y-I I I I' Il I I i I l iQ?'i 1 la i ? II Vsfi ili IE E - I' ' APPLIANCE SALES 8m SERVICE 1140 S. MAIN STREET GALAX, VIRGINIA Major appliances The Televisipn Appllimgiia Small appliances 'll Comes H TC i '- IE :I ...ulilg Sparta Building Supply ta North Carol DISCOUNT FURNITURE MART Quality and Savings rt Drive CRIPPLE CREEK MUSIC SHACK Musical Instruments T p a d Alb ms ROUTE TELEPHONE se E. 236 eooz THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GALAX MACHINE PRODUCTS P. O. BCX 1056 GALAX, VIRGINIA 24333 ROBERT K. KEGLEY OWNER MEMBER FDIC Member Federal Reserve System "Your Local Independent Bank" ' -me 11 iwsusg ww WM: Main Office Drive-In Branch Q I W 100 N. Main St. 111 W. Center St. . N Galax, Virginia frr Iiii ttti I V" 'Qi' 3 A7 ET" ' -'!' ,Z ll 2: 5 We 'II 0 Q CARROL I s on 5 . ' ' it L, I aati atii LE Xttaatiaaa d d l 0 lbw I llliligg' F u R N I T u R E ME ' 107 E. GRAYSON sr eALAx, vA. 24333 iii: l ll r HIOGI SOIL COMPA Y,I C. Distributor o SHELL Products Phone: 236-5121 Galax, VA 24333 Sm Dem 1,1 MA BE QEATUN W TQWN Qladwfld lata, MARTIN? il, WW One-Hour Cleaners Men, Women, and Children's Clothing Hillsville Highway Galax, Virginia GALAX SA VINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Galax, Va. HILLSVILLE SA VINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Hillsville, Va. Galax and Hillsville Saving Cent Ph ne: 236-6107 GA LAX FL ORIS T "Especially For You" 236-2954 122 W Grayson St. Galax, V 9 AND CARPET CLEANERS 506 N. MAIN ST. GALAX, VA. 24333 D0 Rent the pro yourself 1-W and save! 4 BLUE RIDGE GIL GG. Giles F. Cochran Owner and Distributor BP Oil Products Railroad Avenue Ph0I191 Galax, Virginia 235-2651 4 DOWDY BROTHERS -Fl M0125 mul ,EQAUIWLLLE Phone: 236-5127 303 North Main Street Ga1ax,Virginia t HERMAN A. STAMPER BUILDER, INC. Land Development General Contractor Real Estate Development for Construction of That Lot or Home PHONE 236-8033 If no answer 236-2981 605 Meadow Galax, Va. 5 VA UGHAN SHOE STORE, IN C. 111 N, Main St. 236-4411 Galax, Va. Cato Cato on the outside means fashion on the inside 115 West Grayson St. Galax, Virginia FAMILY DRUG SERVICES INC. After you see your doctor . . . f ,x ' xft J .xvfvgw bring your prescription to us. Phone 236-3402 H. L. Walker C. M. Mitchell Pharmacists 550 E. Stuart Dr. - Galax, Va. -Hours- Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m Sat. 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 1 O "YOUR DIAMOND STORE" Just Say Charge It! Five Convenient ways to buy: Revolving Charge Custom Charger BankAmericard Master Charge Layaway 115 N. Main St. 236-2561 1 Galax, Va. Write to your favorite person . . Brannock BRANNO CK FORD MERCURY INC. lace in the World CITIZENS NHTIONHL BHNK "MEMBER FDIC" - - -- A '?f1I'f mztixfi - , YN .. ff--V-wf-wmfdffifr' E at ,at1355J5fgfzm:" -wg , , - - 'zfv-,ff , ' ,,,- M , Vw-,:5'f:2i"W 'K 7 ' ti. Q" - :L - '1"" - - ' A M, f - ' - ' "3 '- 1' Y, U -- f. ,1g'?f1: 1:44413 ' . --f" ' iff afsetff ., ' P ,fgl-45,5-1 ' - - ', f - . r . . ,Z-.gg-1v1fg?,5I:CQ-QYQ7 FRI ES, INDEPEN DENCE, GALAX 300 North Main Street V T-."5'5 2'-Hisfil, ,rr-u g J-1 f- - :,-, :ff-Q W ..L 'uv . .'-41313571 '- -Q' z'1:l:v"'Y,i'-.:-tv-.,fg A A W ,: Hfgfww-1, -I my X' I-'ixmwssv ., . . 'fi ,'i':'W UA-rv H . A Galax Pizza H ut I 0 I 1 7 L P w R Y s V 6 W x Y I i f I Compliments of 77wzz'efz7 ' 213-215 S. Main Street GALAX, VIRGINIA 24333 white-Westinghouse 2365144 Lees 81 Armstrong Appliances FURNITURE AND Music CHVDGTS We have Factory-Trained Men to install your floor covering. Call us for free estimates! All work guaranteed! 3 Throughout the year, we learned to live with less individually as well as in a group. We each had to face fewer bucks, less gas, time, etc. Group wise, the school also faced less money and energy. Halls were cold and classrooms even colder. Sports saw us meet our defeats without losing our hope or pride and though at times they seemed far apart, our victories were always welcome. Things were tough on our teams this year because of injuries and lack of experience. But even though we had our troubles, we still lived, worked, and played with the same old vigor. We entered a brand new decade with hope and dedication for our future. Crisis after crisis has and will arise throughout our lives but each of us knows that we can all get along with a lit- tle less. Who knows? We may even get to like it. W .... x A n avg' -af I i s These innocent Bth graders don't know what's com- ing up for them. ss- -ffl 11 I ! A During a break, Stevie Higgins "drags one down Ducan Brown and Robert Martin even found time to attend class. sf- 4 K' ,,.,- 7g Mike Hash doesn't know what he has done to Sylvia Wilson PWPU95 t0 fake h9fl0um9Y abroad- deserve this. 174 CLOSING As the old saying goes, "another day, another dollar". Even though we weren't paid for going to school we still lived out each school day to its fullest. Through a senior's point of view this year has passed by quickly. To an 8th grader it may have seemed like a million light years. All the same we all had our fun times and sad times no matter what grade. Through the days, weeks, and months we've collected photographs and memories of this school year. The year- book staff of 79-80 hopes that this years annual will help you remember the good times you shared with Galax High School and all the people that help make it what it is. . . . . . . The Yearbook Staff It appears some lucky boy has caught Sylvia Wilson's eye. 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