Gar Field High School - Indian Echoes Yearbook (Woodbridge, VA)

 - Class of 1968

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Debbie Shaffer and Rick Yates co-editors Dedication 2 Faculty Organizations Athletics Advertisements 3 As Time Goes By— 4 5 6 mtt m j. U.,._ ! • Li ' m mBL-J- , J 4 j ■ -J |-i . 1,. j Times Of Pleasure And Work 10 11 We, the staff of the Indian Echoes, proudly dedi¬ cate this yearbook to all those in uniform who are serving in Viet Nam and to those who have died so that we may be able to live in a free world. 13 Principal’s Message Are you proud of Gar-Field High School? What are you doing to make Gar-Field a better school and to improve the education and training which you receive? Success in life is paralleled by the effort and determination which is exerted and by the pride which is developed by each in¬ dividual. Pride has been defined by Mr. Webster as lofty self-respect of a reasonable delight in one’s posi¬ tion, achievements or possessions. First of all, we must develop pride in our personal appearance and accomplishments. We must be willing to sacrifice and work towards complete utilization of our talents and abilities. Every member of our student body and staff is an integret part of the total school program. When each of us develops self-respect and pride, this individual pride becomes the collective “spirit of Gar-Field”. This spirit can best be expressed by active participation in and support of all phases of the school program. The athletic teams and other active participants in inter-scho¬ lastic competition measure their success by the support of the student body which they represent. Let each of us strive to make Gar—Field the best. Student body packs into Gar-Field’s stands for assembly first day at school. Mr. Palmer seemed to be enjoying himself, while busy speak¬ ing at Gar-Field. As September rolls along, the students of Gar-Field High School, find out that school is again the grind and mill that it was last year. With the start of football, girls basketball, and other activities, the excitement of the first few weeks of school dies down and the normal hum-drum of school- life begins. September Begins ’67-’68 School Year Pam Bauckman grins from ear to ear as she poses in front of G-F band. Sharold Brown and Karen Chruch are a bit enthusiastic about the first game of the sea¬ son at Loudon County. Spirit Exceeds Expectations Color guard stands at attention while performing their duties at the game. Joyce Deslandes and Bill Brookover, graduates of 1967 cheer G-F on. Captain Linda Kirby, mascot Darlene Cekala, and Co- Captain Lynda Fairweather add school spirit to G-F team. October Brings Excitement Over Homecoming Gar-Field victors over Woodbridge in decisive game. October begins with excitement, as the student body gets ready for homecoming and all the events that are held during homecoming week. The bonfire, on October 12, was a success as were the girls basketball teams with their victories over Woodbridge Senior High School. Also on this event¬ ful night, G-F’s cross country team and j.v. football team defeated Woodbridge in both events. The parade and game, on October 13 led home¬ room 205 to victory, Maureen Tierney to become queen, and G-F to defeat Nokesville with a score of 75-0. On October 14, Miss Tierney and court reigned over the dance, “Indian Summer”. Bonfire ignites school spirit for the Homecoming game. The float from homeroom 205 takes first place in home¬ coming parade. Chip Lafurney and Shelly Dawson play the leading roles in the three act play THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER. Homecoming; Delightful And Eventful Weekend Senior Candidate Maureen Tierney walks through the audi¬ torium aisles while student body votes. Senior candidates Lu Ann Stuart, Linda Barros and Maureen Tierney, anxiously await homecoming game and crowning of queen. Maureen Tierney shows tearful joy at being crowned home¬ coming queen. Maureen Tierney begins reign as ’67-’68 homecoming queen. Homecoming queen, Maureen Tierney and court reign over dance, with the theme of “Indian Summer”. “Indian Summer’’ Proved To Be A Delightful Night Maureen Tierney escorted by Melvin Meadows. Bonfire, Game, Parade and Dance Proved To Be Best Yet The Lee Maxfield Orchestra provides delightful music tor the dance. Football managers take it easy, because they know the season is over. This year, the students had a very good reason for giving thanks. For the first time in years, Gar- Field had an un-defeated football team and our guys beat Woodbridge for the first time in three years. The Junior Variety Show, the Beat Goes On, was a great success and enjoyed by all. November—A Gar-Field defeats Woodbridge, 23-6, at last game of the season. Time To Give Thanks Gar-Field runs on field, determined to win the last game of the year against Woodbridge Senior High School. 23 December— The End Of Another Year Linda Kirby, Darlene Cekala, and Debbie Shaffer relax after a hard day of picture taking. Mr. Overby, photographer for the yearbook, spends day taking organizations pictures. December, bringing forth the end of another year, made many realize the problems facing them in the new year. Many activities were planned around Christmas. Among them, to mention a few, was the Sophomore Class Play, and the tedious job of taking pictures for the yearbook. The Sophomore class play, “Out The Window,” featuring Debbie Frisbie and Scott Nicklin in “Out The Window, are Scott Nicklin, was a great success. only two of the many talented Sophomores that participated in the play. The busy Senior Teaching Days made the lives of the office staff a real joy. Senior teacher, Pam Bauchman, instructs Eddie Dixion with his studies. The Key Club initiations proved to be quite an experience. Wouldn’t you think so Al Butler and Robby Stevens? John Fick enjoyed being Danny Bushey’s rat during the Key Club initiations. Slave Sale Starts Year Off Right Homecoming queen, Maureen Tierney, displays the finer clothes of her wardrobe at the Indian Scripts Slave Sale. “Now who’ll be the first to bid on these three fine slaves.” cries the auctioneer. “Now you know that Jeanne Rebel, Marcia Barros, and A1 Butler will work hard for you.” A first hand view of slaves before bidding started to give the buyers a chance to look for the best slave being sold by the Indian Scripts at the Slave Sale. Mike Bryant hides his embarrassed face as he goes on sale at slave sale. January— Excitement 27 February Brings Humor To GFHS Beta Club male beauty contest brings many laughs to a G-F audience. Robbie Tolson and Miss Turner discuss Robbie’s grades as six weeks ends. 28 Linda Fairweather, co-captain, displays her tal¬ ents as a Varsity Cheerleader. February Is Miss Poindexters Month Miss Ella Poindexter, M. C. to Beta Club Beauty Contest. 29 Mr. Whyte desperately tries to figure out which of the two doors to use to flee for sanity reasons. March Is Here And June Will Soon Be Here Girls Choral groups practice long hard hours for concerts at GFHS. 30 Melvin Meadows and Dave Emerick sell ice cream for the G-F Club. Miss Koehlor explains typing problem to Sheila Hajek during 4th period typing class. March Brings Hard Hours Of Work Mrs. Canter, with a questioning look, appears ready to dish out homework. 31 Mrs. Baily helps Sue Nuttal with her voice lessons. Mr. Cox, appears restful, while attending an SC A program. April Showers GFHS With Beauty In The Sophomore Beauty Contest Judges for the Soph¬ omore Beauty Con¬ test, work hard se¬ lecting the next beauty queen. 32 . X • ' ' w» i Charlene Jennings and Kenny Smith enjoy the prom for ’68. May Prom: “An Evening In Paris’’ Mr. Mabry works between classes. Exciting scenes during the ’68 season. 33 June And Graduation 34 Senior Class Officers FIRST ROW: Chris Giannis, President. SECOND ROW: Mr. Joe Wileman, Sponsor; Pat Cummings, Treasurer; Lynda Fairweather, Secretary; Mrs. Candy Woods, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Mr. Howard Gholson, Sponsor; Pat Kimbrell, Sgt.-at-Arms; Buddy Fredette, Vice President; Jerry Thompson, S.C.A. Rep.; Mr. Jim Blevins, Sponsor. 36 ■ Seniors Embark On Last Year ABRAMSON, PAUL ERIC ARNOLD, SANDI KAY Pep Club- 10,11; Track- 10,11. Pep Club- 10;A.F.S.- 10. BAGLEY, BEVERLY ANN Beta C- 10,11,12; Band- 10,11,12; Pep C.- 10,11; Pres.- 12; F.T.A.- 10, 11,12; G.V.- 10,11; Vice Pres.- 12; S.C.A. Act. Code Com. Chair.- 12; Sb.- 10,11,12; Girls State Rep.- 11. BAIRD, CHARLES MICHEAL Varsity Basketball- 11; Boy’s State Al¬ ternate- 11. BARBEE, AVA LYNN F.B.L.A.— 12; Pep Club- 11,12; Art- 12; Dramatics- 12. BARROS, DEBORAH Cosmotology- 10; Majorette- 12;C.C. 12 . 37 Seniors Begin Their Most BARRGS, LINDA F.B.L.A.— 12; C.C.- 10; Majorette- 12. BATES, MITCHELL LEROY Pep Club- 11; D.E.- 12; J.V. Football- 10 . BLANCHARD, DAVID GENE Key Club- 10,11, Rep. 12; G-F Club- 11,12; Pep C.- 10,11,12; J.V. BB.- 10; V. FB.- 10,11,12; V. Track- 10,11; Sophomore Class Pres., Junior Class Pres.; S.C.A. Pres. 12; Hr. Chair.- 10,11; Boys’State- 11;S.C.A.- 10,11,12. BRACKETT, LARRY V.I.C.A.— 12. BREWER, RITA Pep Club- 11,12. BRIDGES, NANCY House Com.- 11. 38 Memorable Year of School BROWN, GEORGE Statistician—FB., Baseball, and Wrestling- 12 . BRYANT, MICHAEL Beta Club- 10,11,12, Vice Pres. 12; Pep Club- 12; Key Club- 11,12; S.C.A. Co-Chair, of Ways and Means- 12. BUSHEY, DANIEL J.V. and V. Football- 10,11,12; J.V. Basketball- 11; Baseball- 10,11,12; Wrestling- 11,12; Key C.- 10,11, Pres. 12; G-F C.- 11, Sec.- 12; Pep C.- 10, 11,12; S.C.A. Sgt. at Arms— 12; S.C.A. Aud. Com. Chair.- 12; Boys State- 11. CARNEY, MICHAEL ANTHONY S.C.A. CASE, MARY SHIRLEEN F.H.A. Secretary- 12; Library Club-12. CHAPMAN, WILBERT LEE D.E. Club- 11,12; J.V. Basketball- 10. 39 Seniors Receiving Their Senior Rings CHASE, CAROLYN MARY At George Wythe High School- J.V. Hockey- 9,10. CHINN, BRAD NORMAN G-F Club- 10,11,12; Pep Club- 12; Football- 10,11; V. Basketball- 10,11, 12 . CLARK, DARLA ANN At Quantico High School- National Honor Society- 11; Field Hockey Team- 11; Junior Class Treasurer. CLARK, DAWN FAY Cosmetology- 10,11,12. CLARK, RONALD EDWARD Pep Club- 11; K.V.G.- 10,11,12. CLIFTON, SUSAN McRAE F.T.A.— 10; C.C.- 12; Pep Club- 10,11, 12; Treas. Lib. C.— 11; Band- 10,11,12; Indians Scripts- 10, Editor— 11,12; Co- Chair. Pro. Com.- 12; Girls’ State. 40 Was The Most Important Event Of The Year COBB, ELOISE MARY Pep Club- 12; Concert Choir- 11,12. CORNELL, NORMA JEAN S.C.A. COURTNEY, DONNA JEAN Art Club- 10; F.B.L.A.- 11; Pep Club- 10,11,12; Concert Choir- 12. CROCE, MICHEAL ANDREW CULBERTSON, LILLY FRANCES D.E.-12; Glee Club-10,11. S.C.A. | I JANICE DRAKE S.C.A. 41 Seniors Stepped In And Taught Classes DAVIS, PAM S.C.A. DAWSON, ANN SHELLY Dramatics Club- 10,11,12; Beta Club- 11,12; F.T.A.— 12. DeGRASSE, JOHNNA S.C.A. DENT, GAIL S.C.A. DERRAH, KATHY ANN Library Club- 11; Girls’ Varsity Club- 11,12; Pep Club- 10,11,12; Basketball- 10,11,12; Softball- 10,11. DIALS, WILLIAM C. D.E. Club- 12. 42 On Senior Teaching Days DICKS, MARY KATHLEEN Beta Club- 10,11,12; Drama. C.- 10, 11; Lib.- 10,11; Indian Scripts- 11; Indian Echoes— 12; Girls’ Varsity Club- 11,12; Rep.; J.V.B.B.— 10; V. B.B.- 11, 12, Co-Captain; Student Sec.; 11,12; Pep Club- 12. DIXION, EDWARD J. Pep Club- 10,11; J.V. Football- 10; Varsity Basketball- 10. DIXON, JOHN PHILLIP Art Club- 10; Pep Club- 10,11,12; D.E.- 12; Football- 10,11; Basketball- 10; Baseball- 10. DURHAM, WILLIAM LESTER FLETCHER, MARY Indian Scripts— 12; Library Club— 10,11. S.C.A. ELLIOTT, WANDA S.C.A. I 43 ENNIS, CARLA Pep Club- 10,11,12; G.V. Club- 10,11, 12; Pres.- 12; Indian Echoes- 10,11; V.BB.- 10,11,12; SB.- 10,11,12. EUBANKS, THOMAS Key Club- 11,12; G-F Club; K.V.G.- 10,11,12; Wrestling- 10,12; J.V. Foot¬ ball- 10; V. Track- 11; V. FB.- 11,12. Seniors Plan Important ETHRIDGE, DEBORAH Drama- 12; F.B.L.A.- 12; Pep C.— 10, 11,12; Lib. V. Pres.- 12; A.F.S.- 10; SB.- 10; J.V. Cheerleader- 10. FAIRWEATHER, LYNDA CAROLYN Pep Club- 10,11,12; F.T.A.- 10,11,12; Drama- 11, G.V.- 12; Indian Echoes— 11,12; Band- 10; Cheerleader— V. Co- Capt.- 12; J.V.- 10; SB. Man.- 11; Sec. Senior Class; F.T.A. Treas.- 11; V. Pres.- 12;C.H. Com.- 12. EVERETT, SARAH Beta C.- 10,11, Sec.- 12; Band- 10,11, 12; Pep C.- 10,11,12; F.T.A.- 11, Pres.- 12; C.C.- 12; Choir Rep.- 12; S.C.A. Council- 12; Alternate- 10,12. FEES, PATRICK GERALD Beta C.- 11,12; Build, and Grounds- 12, Caf. Com.— 12; Tennis Team- 11; Cross-Country- 12; Chair. Health and Welfare Com.- 12. 44 Decisions For The Future FICK, JOHN FRANCIS ArtC. 10; Pep C. 10,11,12; Caf. Com. 11, 12; Aud. Com.- 12; J.V. FB.- 10; V. BB.- 12; V. BaseB.- 11,12; Build, and Grounds Com.- 12; H.R. Chair.— 12 . FLATFORD, JOAN CARRIE Band- 12,11,10; F.B.L.A.- 10; Indians Scripts- 11,12; Pep Club- 10,11,12; J.V. BB.; Indians Scripts Adv. Man. and Cir. Man.- 12. FISHER, DANIEL JAY Key C.- 10,11,12; G.F.C.- 11,12; Ten¬ nis C.- 11,12; V. Pres. Key C.- 12; Pres. Beta C.- 12; Counc. Rep. G.F.C.- 12; First in State Wrest.- 11; Outstand¬ ing Wrestler- 66,67; Capt.- 66,67. mm FRAVEL, JEANNE Pep C.- 12; Art C.- 11,12; Indians Echoes- 12; F.B.L.A. 11,12; Library C.- 11 . FITZGERALD, RICHARD FERDETTE, ARMAND NORMAN G.F.C.- 11,12; Pep C.- 11,12; V.B.- 11,12; V. BaseB.- 11,12; V. Pres. Sen¬ ior Class. 45 FRYE, BERNICE DIANE Art Club- 11,12; Pep Club- 10,11,12; F.B.L.A.— 11,12. GIBSON, KENNETH Beta Club- 10,11,12; Pep Club- 10,11, 12; Band- 10,11, V. Pres.- 12; S.C.A. Publicity- 12; National Merit Semi-fina¬ list Forensics— 12; Debate- 12. Seniors Participated And GARCIA, GARLENE Concert Choir- 11,12; Pep Club- 12. GIANNIS, CHRISTOPHER Beta Club- 10,11,12; Band- 10,12, Capt.- 11; Pep Club- 10,11,12; J.V. BaseB.- 10; V. BaseB.- 11,12; Senior Class President; Beta Club; Sgt. at Arms. GRAYSON, ANTHONY DE.- 10,11,12; J.V. BB.- 10; V. Base¬ ball- 10. GUSTIN, KEITH Dramatics Club— 12; J.V. Football— 10. 46 Planned At Senior Class Meetings HAM, DONNA MARIA Treasurer Lib. Club- 10; President Lib. Club- 11; Pep Club- 10,11,12; F.B.L.A. Club- 10; DE. Club- 12; S.C.A. Treas¬ urer- 11; J.V. Cheerleader Capt.- 10. HANLIN, STEVE CLIFTON DE. Club- 11,12. HARPER, SUSAN BROWNING Band- 12; Pep Club- 12; Indian Scripts Business Manager- 12. HARRIS, BELINDA BEVERLY F.B.L.A.- 10,11,12; Chorus- 12; Pep Club- 10,11,12; Indian Echoes- 10,11; Business Manager- 12. HAROLD, BETTY Pep Club- 10,11,12; F.B.L.A.- 11. HAVENER, LARRY KEITH K.V.G.— 11,12; G-F Club- 11,12; Li¬ brary Club- 12; J.V. Basketball- 10; V. Football- 10,11,12; All County Foot¬ ball Team 2nd team- 11. 47 wm Seniors Took Part And HELBRINGER, DONALD RAYMOND Beta Club- 12; Buildings and Grounds Com.- 12; Ways and Means Com.- 12. HORNER, DIANNA RUTH Beta Club- 10,11,12; F.B.E.A.- 10; Pep Club- 10,11,12; Indian Echoes- 11, 12; J.V. Cheerleaders- 10; V. Basketball Man.— 11. 3§ HENDERSON, CLAUDE TYRONE D.E. Club- 11,12; B.B.- 11; Football- 11 . IRWIN, DEBORAH Pep Club- 10,11; Hmr. Char.- 11; F.B.L.A.— 12; V. Basketball Man.- 12; Girls’ Varsity Club- 12. HISE, HOWARD LEE Pep Club- 10,11,12; Band- 10,11,12; J.V. Football- 10; All County Band- 11. JOHNSON, CALVIN G-F Club- 11,12; V. Football- 11,12; Concert Choir— 11,12; Cpt. V. Bb.- 11, 12; Track- 11,12; All county Football Team- 12. 48 Supported All Sports Activities JOHNSON, JEROME JOHNSON, RUSSEL Pep Club, 11,12; D.E.- 11,12; Basket- Baseball- 10. ball- 11,12; Track- 11,12. JOHNSON, EVON Secretary of D.E. Club— 12. JONES, JOYCE Beta C.- 11,12; Pep C.- 10,11,12; Band— 10,11,12; Indian Echoes- 12; H.P. 11; J.V. Basketball- 10; Basketball Scorekeeper- 11,12, Girls’ State. JOYE, BRENDA F.H.A.- 12; Lib.- 11; Indian Scripts- 11,12; Pep Club- 11,12. KATSARELIS, JOHN PAUL J.V. Baseball- 10. 49 Seniors Work Hard To Make KIERNAN, EUGENE ALEYSIUS K.V.G.- 10; J.V. Football- 10; J.V. Baseball- 10; J.V. Wrestling- 10. KIRBY, LINDA MARIETTA Pep Club- 10,11,12; F.H.A.- 10; S.C.A. Sec.- 12; F.T.A.- 10,11, Treas. 12; Forensics— 10, Rep.- 11; G.V.— 12; J.V. Cheer.- 10; V. Cheerleader- 11, Capt.- 12; Indian Echoes- 10,11,12; Boys’ Sports Editor; Junior Class Editor. KISSEL, CHARLOTTE MARION Library Club- 10,11; F.T.A. 11; Indian Scripts- 10,11; WQVA Radio C. Sec. 11, 12 . KLEBART, LARRY BILL V.I.C.A.— 12; Hall Patrol- 11. LAMB, JUDITH ELLEN LANDES, BARBARA ANN Forensics— 11; Debate— 11; Concert F.B.L.A.— 10; Softball— 10. Choir- 11,12. 50 Good Grades And Prepare For College LIPFORD, GLENNA SUE Pep C.- 10,11,12; F.T.A.- 12; Indians Echoes- 11,12; Band- 10,11,12; C.C.- 12; House Committee- 11; J.V. Basket¬ ball. LYONS, KATHLEEN Library Club- 12. ' LEE, JOHN THOMAS Pep Club- 10,11,12; J.V. Football. LITCHFIELD, CHARLES Indians Scripts- 11; J.V. Wrestling- 10; J.V. Baseball- 10. LIMING, KAREN MARIE A.F.S.- 10; J.V. Basketball- 10; Gym¬ nastics- 10,11,12. LOONEY, TINA SUSAN Basketball- 10. 51 Mid-Term Exams Are Reason MAHLE, JODY ELIZABETH F.T.A.— 10; Pep C.- 10,11,12; Band- 10,11,12; C.C. 12; S. Off. Sec.- 11,12; Class Ed. Indian Echoes— 12; Co.-Chair. of H.P.- 12; Gills’ State- 11; All County Band- 10,12; Beta Club- 12. MARLEY, MERTON DALE Indian Echoes— 11,12; Pep Club— 11,12; Library Club— 11,12. MARLOWE, JUDITH LOUISE Art Club- 11,12; Art Editor, Indian Echoes— 12. MASEMAS, GENE EUGENE S.C.A. MAY, DONNA SUE Beta Club- 11,12; Gymnastics— 10. MAY, LINDA C ASWELL Dramatics Club- 10,11, Vice Pres.- 12; Indian Scripts- 11,12; Forensics Treas.- 11 . 52 For Study And Good Grades McNABB, CHARLES LEWIS MEADOWS, MELVIN G-F Club- 11,12; Pep Club- 11,12; Baseball- 11,12; Track- 11,12; Cross Country- 11,12. MEEKS, JAMES ALBERT Concert Choir Pres.- 11,12; Concert Band- ll,Capt.- 12; Forensics- 11,12; Dramatics- 11,12; All Regional Band- 11; County Chorus. MILONA, ARTHUR VICTOR K.V.G.— 11,12; Hall Patrol- 12; Cafe¬ teria Comm.- 12; Pep Club- 11,12. M1NTER, CECILIA FAYE F.B.L.A.— 10,11,12; Pep Club- 10,11, 12; A.F.S.- 10; Indian Echoes- 12; C. Representative— 11; J.V. Basketball— 10. MOORE, LARRY DUANE Pep Club- 10,11,12; Indian Scripts- 12. K.V.G.- 11,12; Track- 10. 53 School Spirit Is At MORGAN, DENNIS FRANCIS S.C.A. MORRIS, BRENDA ARLENE F.B.L.A.- 10,11; Art Club- 12. NAJJUM, WADE TIMOTHY S.C.A. NOGLE, JANET LEANER Dramatics- 10,11,12; Pep Club- 10,11, 12; F.T.A.— 10,11,12; Majorette- 11, 12; J.V. Basketball- 10. NOLAND, JACKIE EDWARD D.E.- 12; Pep Club- 10,11,12; Choir- 11; J.V. Basketball- 10. O’BRIEN, PATRICIA JOYCE S.C.A. 54 It’s Best In Years OLIVER, MICHAEL CORRELL D.E.— 10,11,12. OSBORNE, LARRY WAYNE S.C.A. OSINGA, BOUDY HENDRICK Band- 11. OSWALD, RONALD LOUIS J. V. Baseball- 10. OWENS, SHIRLEY TEMPLE D.E.— 12. PARKER, LAWRENCE Library Club- 10,11,12; Dramatics Club- 10,11,12; Pres, of Lib. Club- 12; Sgt. at Arms, Dramatics- 12; Pep Club- 10,11,12; Band- 10,11,12; Con¬ cert Choir- 12; S.C.A. P.A. Comm. 55 Seniors And Guidance Go PERCIVAL, DONALD S.C.A. PETRO, RUTHE At Quantico Post High; Honor Society- 10,11; Softball- 10,11; Basketball- 11; Class Secretary- 11; Treas. Honor Soc. PHILLIPS, SHEILA S.C.A.— 11,12; F.T.A. Secretary- 12; Co. Chair. Lost and Found Comm.- 12; Homeroom Co. Chair.- 12. PORTER, JOHN J.V. Baseball- 10; J.V. Track— 10; Homeroom Chair.— 12; Key Club— 12; Pep Club- 10,11,12. RAPER, JEANNE LYNN Library Club- 11; F.B.L.A.— 10,11; Pep Club- 10,11,12. REBEL, JEANNE LOUISE Dram.- 10,12; Sec.- 12;G.V. Club- 12; Lib. C.- 10; Sec.- 11; Beta C.- 10,11, 12; Art- 12; Pep C.— 11,12; Cheer¬ leader- J.V.— 10; Var.— 11,12; Soph. Class Sec.- 11; County Fed. Sec.- 11; S.C.A. Treas.- 12; “It’s Academic” Team. 56 Together Looking For Answers For The Future RIDINGS, SUZANNE JEAN Indian Echoes- 11; Indian Scripts- 11; Pep Club- 10,11;J.V. Basketball- 10. ROTH, WILLIAM JOSEPH Pep Club- 10,11,12; Lib. Club- 10, 11,12; Drama- 10,11,12; S.C.A.- 10, 11, P.A. Com. Chair.- 12. ROLLISON, JOHN ADAMS III A.F.S.- 10; Beta Club- 11,12; Band- 10,11, Pres.- 12; J.V.B. B.- 10; Track- 10,11,12; Cross Country- 11,12; Vice Pres.- S.C.A.- 12. RUSSELL, KATHRYN MARY Pep Club- 10,11,12; F.B.L.A.- 12; Grapettes- 11; Basketball Manager- 12; Gymnastics- 11,12. RICH, SANDRA EVANS Art Club- 11; D.E.- 12. ROBINSON, EMMA JOE A.F.S.— 10; F.B.L.A.— 10,11; S.C.A.- 10 , 11 , 12 . 57 Seniors Assume Responsibility RUNION, LAWRENCE EVERETT SAMS, EDDIE D.E.— 10,11,12; President, 12. Band- 10,11,12. SAWYER,NANCY F.T.A.— 12; Pep Club- 11,12. SAYWARD, STEPHEN Cross Country Team- 12. SCARBRO, NANCY Dramatics- 10,11; President- 12; Pep Club- 10,11; Band— 10,11,12; Major¬ ette- 10,11,12; Concert Choir- 11; Sen¬ ior Rep.- 12. SCHLEGEL, ROBERT Pep Club- 10,11,12; J.V. Football 12; Var. Football- 12; J.V. Wrestling 10 . 58 WgsMimm And Perform Duties SHAFFER, DEBORAH ANN Pep Club- 10,11,12; F.B.L.A.- 10; Indian Echoes- 10; Class Ed. Asst. Ed.— 11; Co-Ed.- 12; Band- 10; G.V.- 10, 11,12; Co. Fed.- Senator- 10; V.B.- 10,11,12; Gym. Man.- 10,11,12; SB.- 10; Lit. Mag. Asst. Ed.- 12. SHERLOCK,ELLEN F.T.A.- 11; Rep.- 12; Pep Club- 10, 11,12; SB.— 10,12; Ex. Ed.— Indian Scripts- 11. SIMMONS, CAROL F.H.A.— 12. SKILLIN, ROBERT Pep Club- 10,11,12; J.V. Football- 10; Wrestling- 10,11; J.V. Baseball- 10. SLIS, JULIE Beta Club- 10,11,12; Treas.; Pep Club- 10,11,12; Drama.- 10,11; S.C.A.- 10; H.P. Comm. Chair.- 11; Ways and Means Comm. Chair.- 12; Indian Echoes- 10, Soph. Ed.; Indian Scripts- 10; Bus. Man.- 11; HR. Chair. RAMSEY, SANDY S.C.A. 59 SMITH, PATRICIA Art Club- 10; Pep Club- 10,11,12; Indian Echoes- 11; Girls Choir- 12. SIPES, GARY G-F Club- 12; Track- 10,11,12; J.V. Basketball- 10. Clubs And SMITH, WILLIAM Art Club- 11; F.B.- 10,11; Baseball- 10; B.B.— 10. STALLKNECHT, LESLIE RUTH Indian Scripts- 10,11; Asst. ED- 12; Forensics— 10; Band- 10,11,12; Beta Club- 10,11,12; Band Treasurer- 11; Pep Club- 10,11,12; S.C.A. Rep. Program Com. Chair. Organizations SNYDER, MICHAEL Pep Club- 10,11,12; K.V.G.- 10,11,12; J.V. Football- 10; Varsity Football- 11, 12 . STEWART, LUANN Pep Club- 10,11; F.B.L.A.- 10,11; Library Club- 11; Softball- 10,11; Bas¬ ketball- 10,11; S.C.A. Rep.- 10,11. 60 Helped To Carry On Daily Schedule STRATHMAN, TERESA Beta Club- 11,12; F.T.A.- 11,12; Pep Club- 11,12; Indian Scripts- 11,12; Art Sec.- 12; S.C.A.- Ways Means Com. Chair.— 12; “It’s Academic” Alternate- 11 , 12 . TATE, SHARON FRANCENE Beta Club- 10,11,12; F.T.A.- 12; Indian Echoes- 12; Pep Club- 12; Homeroom Chair.- 12. SWAIN, WILLIAM Cafeteria Com.- 12; Cross Country Mana¬ ger- 12; Track- 12. TAYLOR, MICHAEL KENNETH K.V.G.— 12. SWARTZFEGER,TERRY Pep Club- 10,11,12; Beta Club- 10,11, 12; Homeroom Chair.- 10,12. TIERNEY, MAUREEN ELIZABETH Pep Club- 11; Treas.- 10, Sec.- 12; Art Club- 10,11; F.H.A.- 10; Lib. Club- 11; Grappettes- 11; G.V.C.- 12; S.C.A. Hm. R. Chair.- 11,12; V. Cheer. 11,12; S.B.- 10,11, Man.; Junior Class Treas.- 11 . 61 Hard Work And Determination THOMAS, SHIRLEY ANN Art Club- 11,12. TOLSON, ROBERT MITCHELL G-F Club- 11,12; Key Club- 10,11,12; J.V. FB.- 10; Pep Club- 10,11,12; V. Baseball- 10,11,12; V.FB.- 11,12; V. BB.- 10,11,12; Jr. Class Pres.; Hm. R. Chair. 11; G-F Club Pres.- 12; Sec. Treas. Key Club- 12; Boys State- 11. THOMPSON, JERRY RUSSELL G-F Club- 11,12; B.B. Man,- 10,11; Baseball Man,- 11; Sr. Class S.C.A. Rep.- 12 . TOLSON, RAY LEE G-F Club- 10,11,12; Key Club- 10,11, 12; Football- 10,11,12; Basketball- 10, 11,12; Baseball- 10,11,12; Building and Grounds Com. Chair. S.C.A.- 12. THOMPSON, ARTHUR WILLIAM V. Football- 12; Triberg, Ger.- Soccer Table Tennis; Volley Ball, Skiing; Swim¬ ming; Tennis; Handball; Track; Badminton C. TREAT, MICHAEL GENE S.C.A.- 12. 62 Make Senior Class Play Best Yet TREAT, RONNIE LEE TUCCI, MARY ANN Dramatics- 11,12; Library Club- 12; S.C.A. Football- 11,12. TUELL, SHERWOOD S.C.A. TURNER, BRENDA S.C.A. TURNER, DENNIS S.C.A. VAN ARSDEL, MAYE ELIZABETH Concert Choir- 10,ll,12;Indian Scripts- 10,11; Dramatics- 10,11,12; Forensics- 10; Debate- 11; Beta Club- 11,12. 63 Class Carnival—Major Money VAN BROCKLIN, CRAIG D. Dramatics- 10,11,12; Debate- 10; J.V. Football- 10; Captain of Debate- 10; Co-Chair of H.P.- 11. WARE, RHONDA JEAN Dramatics- 12; F.H.A.- 12; F.H.A.- 12; Pep Club- 12; Indian Echoes- 12; Color Guard- 12. WATHEN, FRANCES HELEN Beta Club- 11,12; A.F.S. 10. WELLS, GARY JAMES S.C.A. WEST, ALLEN WILLIAM Dramatics- 10,11,12; Treasurer- 11; D.E. Club- 12; V. Pres. 12. WHISNANT, CAROLYN RENA Pep Club- 10,11,12; F.B.L.A.-Sec.- 11, 12 . Making Project To Earn Money For Senior Trip WILLIAMSON, RAYMOND PAUL G.-E. Club- 11,12; J.V. Football- 10; V. Basketball Man.- 10,12. WILSON, STEVEN PAUL Pep Club- 11; Beta- 12; J.V. Basket¬ ball- 10; J.V. Baseball- 10. WRABELL, KATHERINE GAIL F.B.L.A.- 11; F.T.A.— 11,12; Drama Club- 11; Pep Club- 10,11,12; G.V.- 12; Lib.- 11; Basketball- 10,12; Soft- ball- 10,11,12; Ways and Means— 12. WRIGHT, KEITH JAMES S.C.A. YATES, RICHARD YORK, PATRICIA ANN F.T.A.- 10; Dramatics- 11,12; Library- S.C.A. 11; Ways and Means- 11; Indian Echoes- 11,12; Co-Editor- 12. 65 A Seniors’ Last Look Into The Past This, the SENIOR CLASS of 1967-68 at Gar-Field High School has been one that will be remembered and cherished by every member of the SENIOR CLASS. Every student has special memories that no one else shares, but every member shares the memories of achievement, accomplishment, and friendships. We, the students of the Senior CLASS, have our memories to hold and remember and now look forward to our future and what it holds for us. We may be sad to leave, but we’ve learned responsibility and now we must leave the halls of Gar-Field High School to seek what life holds for us. 66 67 68 69 70 72 Maureen Tierney Miss Gar-Field 1968 73 Senior Jim Meeks and Jody Mahle Superlatives Bev Bagley and Buddy Ferdette Ray Tolson and Nancy Scarbro Kenny Gibson and Leslie Stallknecht Senior Superlatives LuAnne Stewart and Ricky Fitzgerald Sue Harper and Craig Van Brocklin Wittiest Susie Clifton and Danny Bushey Senior Superlatives Calvin Johnson and Carla Ennis Tommy Parker and Debbie Irwin Larry Havener and Johnna DeGrasse Senior Superlatives David Blanchard and Pat Cummings Most Likely To Succeed Leslie Stallknecht and Dave Blanchard Junior Class Officers FIRST ROW: Pat Sears, S.C.A. Rep.; Linda Ford, Treas.; Coley West, Vice President; Charlene Jen¬ nings, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Kenny Casteel, Sgt. at Arms; Steve Welsh, President. Junior Class Sponsors SPONSORS: Mr. Polly, Mr. Sullivan, Mrs. DiFrank, Mrs. Canter. Donald Abel Claudia Abranson Sharon Allen Richard Alvey Cheryl Applegate Nelson Applegate Danny Arnold Richard Arnold Barbara Bagley Carter Bailey Linda Bakaysa Sigrid Baker William Bancroft Linda Barbe Penny Barlow Lee Barron Linda Beaumont Gloria Bennett Vickie Barnett Frances Birdsall Marvin Birdsall Carl Black John Boggs Connie Bonsigmore Donald Boosier Michael Boyce Michael Brassell Steven Brenner Wayne Brewer Cliff Brigham Joseph Brooks Margaret Browning Charles Brown Gary Brown Matthew Brown 79 Sharold Brown Albert Butler Judy Butler Marty Butcher Dick Burner Harry Burner Marti Burnsell Robert Bushey Glenn Cain Beatrice Campbell Diane Cannaday John Cardelli Wanda Carney Cindy Cash Kenneth Casteel Robby Clark Thomas Clark Sandra Chase Douglas Cheshier Rhonda Cole Michael Collette Ronald Collette Regina Combs Renata Corey Dorothy Conley Evelyn Conley Patricia Cornell Valerie Cornwell Robert Costlow Kari Cowan Sandra Cox Emmy Crowley Michael Cundiff Carolyn Curran Gary Curry 80 Rachelle Daignault Mary Dailey Marsha David Kathy Davis Buddy Day Gilda Deal Kathy Denning Ellen Denny Helen Denas Robert Dixon Jimmy Dodson Thomas Doty Jay Duehring David Emerick Loretta Engel Theresa English Donn Fairfield Nancy Fick Marie Flhor Patricia Florence Linda Ford Yvonne Forsythe Dale Fowler Scott Fraley Linda Frisbie Jeff Frisbie Brenda Frye Brenda Fugate Edward Fulford Geri Garber Steve George Joyce Goforth Richard Grayson Thomas Greene Linda Grimsley 81 Allen Hall Myron Hardy James Hargrove Linda Harris Jesse Harrison Wayne Heatwoll Nina Heflin Gary Henley James Henson Kathi Hibbard Donna Hite Jennifer Hodges Vickie Hoffman William Hogan Diane Hogan Donald Howard Joan Hytt Michael Jay Charlene Jennings Anne Johnson Bettie Johnson William Johnson Darla Johnson Debby Johnson Wanda Johnson Michael Johnston Charles Jones Mary Ann Jones John Kaila David Kane Harry Katsarelis Otis Kelly Linda Kerr Van Keys David King 82 Lloyd King Storme King Cathy Lamb Sharon Lee Darlene Lekites Dean Lester Betty Liming William Liming Ronald Liming Russell Liming Steve Lineburger Marian Litchfield Charles Lohmann Steve Long Gary Lyons Lawanna Mabry Agnes MacDonald Alan Mahood Linda Mansfield Paula Mansour Bernard Martin Joyce Martin Butch Mason Barbara May Randy MacFarland Reese McKnight Patrick Messick Mary Miller Linda Mills Gail Moody Melvin Morris Steve Morris Ann Mullins Lonnie Mullins Marty Murphy 83 Karen Muse Blanche Myers Yvonne Naylor Christopher Naubert Christina Nicholas Tim Nixon Sue Nuttall Celia Parker Frank P shkovsky Nancy i eed Tawn Pennington Larry Peoples Penny Percival Teddy Petts Ronald Porter Harry Prior Donna Proffitt Larry Puckett Victoria Queen William .Reed Charles Reid Patricia Robbins Danny Robinson Peggy Ridenour Craig Russell Bonnie Saunders Sharon Sayward Joseph Scalisie Donna Scarber Patricia Sears Donald Segers Joseph Simmons Gary Simms Doris Smith Edward Smith 84 Thomas Smith David Soghoian Linda Sponder Diane Sprinkle Etta Stanley Pearl Stanley Joseph Staples Wesley Stott Frank Sievens Robby Stevens Charles Stiles Janise Saperstein Larry Swanson Alice Thomas Leona Thompson Steve Towne Tim Tray wick Marcia Treado Becky Triplett Ruth Triplet Michael Trotter Stanley Turner Sue Umbarger William Veniskey Patricia Waddick Micky Webb Kathy Weeks Steven Welsh Willard West William West Susie Westerburg Kathleen Wilburn Charles Williams Donna Williamson Gail Wingfield 85 86 87 Sophomore Class Officers ROW 1: Chuck Strathman, President; Greg Johnson, Vice President; Lizzy Rollison, Secretary. ROW 2: Donna Hartman, Treasurer; Nick Skliris, Sgt. at Arms. ROW 3: Sponsors; Miss Barnes, Mr. Shutt, Mrs. Polk, Mr. Fitzgerald. 88 Adams,Donna Allen, Kay Anderson, Kathy Ansink, Tim Antill, Linda Armstrong, Mike Arnold, Sherry Baez, Rosa Baggett, Charles Baldwin, Sonny Balia, Kathy Barbee, Mark Barnett, Vickie Barros, Marci Bates, Harold Baxter, Gina Beaty, Linda Becker, Mike Berry, George Birdsall, Bev Blackburn, Sharon Blazek, Mary Ann Bockes, David Bonsmgor, JoAnn Booth, Trudy Boyce, Janice Boyd, Patty Brewer, Warner Brice, Linda Brigham, Brenda Bristow, Joan Brown, Angie Brown, Bill Brown, Cheryl Burke, Janet Burt, Lanny Bushey, Mike Cameron, Bob Campbell, C.T Campbell, Jay Cardo, Frank Carey, Diane Carlson, Bob Carter, Cinda Cekala, Sharon Chadwick, Carol Church, Linda Clark, Judy Cline, Karen Cole, Judy Cooper, Vickie Copeland, Joe Coscia, Larry Connen, Frank 89 Cowan, Mike Crib, Jerry Cronin, Nancy Culbertson, Betty Culbertson, Mark Culley, Beverly Cumberland, Perry Curry, Robert Darrah, Bobby Davis, Joan Davis, Kathy Dawson, Debby Dawson, Susan DeGrasse, Colette DeMille, Gary Deslandes, Vivian Doane, Kathy Dolt, Linda Dunn, Carole DuVall, Pat Ealie, Conrad Earl, Mike Eckenfels, Tom Elliot, James Ennis, David Evans, David Ewart, James Ferguson, Lynn Ferlazzo, Jeff Ferrell, Anita Ferrell, Toni Fink, Barbara Fink, Robert Fisher, Jean Foley, Jerrie Fotiadis, Marianne Fontenot, Judy Fowler, Connie Frantum, Linda Fravel, Richard Fread, Mark Frisbie, Debbie Garland, Carol Garrison, Jeff Gilley, Suzanne Glenn,Jack Gardanier, Bob Gordon, Greg Goretsas, Mike Goodwin, Brenda Gough, Steve Gray, Michelle Gray, Vickie Griffin, Barbara 90 Griffin, Debbie Gremler, Steve Gary, Gross Grubbe, Jim Guffy, Donna Haarde, John Hale, Diane Hall, David Hall, Steve Hamilton, Lynn Hammond, Bonnie Harper, Steve Harwood, Gail Hawkins, Howard Hayes, Terry Helsley, Gary Henshaw, Bell Henderliter, Jim Hollins, Gene Hood, Frank Hooks, Linda Hoomes, Cristine Hoschar, Kevin Hunt, Jim Hutchins, Linda Ingram, Leona Jackson, Raymond Jacobs, Gwen Jefferson, Evelyn Johnson, Greg Johnson, Louise Johnson, Viann Jones, Linda Jones, Marcia Kaila, Chris Keene, Cathy Kelly, Debbie Kemp, Susan Killeen, Bob Kirk, Van Kosek, Elaine Kasansniak, Alex LaFurney, Chip Lawson, Charmon Liming, Cory Liming, Eugene Lindsey, Barbara Lingenfield, Pam Linhart, Larry Litrell, Ingred Lockette, Gary Lucas, Marie Lucas, Margie Lynn, Lois 91 Mahle, Linda Marascio, Tony Markey, Rita Martocci, Dennis Marucci, Toni Masterson, John May, David McCann, Alan McCartney, Lee Ann Meadows, Bill Meyer, Danny Mensinger, Suzanne Miller, Susan Milona, Bill Milsted, Debbie Minlionica, Mike Moore, Andrew Moore, Mike Moore, Sam Mountjoy, Karen Mowdy, Mary Mullins, Elizabeth Muse, Pamela Neubert, Gisle Nichols, Karen Nicklin, Scott Nogle, Vickie Oakley, Greg O’Niel, Bonnie Orrock, Rodger Orton, Joe O’Singa, Pete Otott, Cheryl Owens, Rickey Parker, Jimmy Parish, Cecil Payne, Thomas Perkins, David Perks, John Phillips, Barbara Pierce, Rita Pluto, Joseph Pope, David Pope, Sammy Porter, Claudine Powell, Jerry Price, Barbara Publicover, Kathy Pulley, Frances Queen, Vickie Ramey, Greg Rank, Jim Randall, Linda Raper, Mark 92 Rhodes, Margie Richards, Mike Rison, Russell Roberts, John Robey, Jerry Rogers, Donnie Rodgers, Ronnie Rold, Piper Rollison, Lizzy Ross, Bill Roth, Nancy Rump, Elaine Russell, Craig Saltvick, Keith Sandidge, Brenda Scanlan, John Shavers, Nancy Schroeder, Diane Sears, Debby Sedmock, Margaret Sieger, Scott Seitz, Herbert Seitz, Mary Seredrick, Ronnie Shank, Barbara Shearer, Pam Shingler, Wendell Shultz, Brenda Skinner, Darlene Skiliris, Nick Slis, Mary Smith, Carolyn Smith, Kathy Smith, Judy Smith, Lesile Smith, Thomas Sprately, Edith Spencer, Wayne Stoffregan, Lee Stephens, Frank Stershic, Barbaar Stewart, Bobby Stokes, Karen Strathman, Chuck Stratton, Billy Stroud, Carol Suddarth, Billy Swick, Paula Tasto, Toni Taylor, Robin Tews, Margillia Thomas, Jean Thompson, Sheri Thompson, John 93 Yarnell, Bill Young, April Zdan, Chris Zeets, John Thurston, Cheryl Thurston, Jerry Todd, Darlene Toley, Ronnie Torrice, Carolyn Tolson, Linda Tolson, Willie Tompkins, Bradley Totten, Linda Treat, Danny Tucci, Judy Turner, Judy Tyrell, James VanderArk, Susan VanSaint, Lisa Vogel, Terry Wade, Mike Waite, Janice Waite, Joyce Waite, Melvin Walls, Tom Ward, James Webb, Mike West, Jay West, Shirley Whisnot, Charles Wies, Larry Wilkinson, Rhonda Williams, Nancy Wilson, Walter Wint ' ree, Celeste Wingo, Charlotte Winfree, Shanon Wolf, Tom Woods, Tracy Woolfrey, Ruby 94 95 Freshman Class Officers Steve Treado, Beaver Anderson, James Eubanks, Darlene Mills, and Chuck Moss. 96 Leroy Chapman Bruce Chase Ernest Chico Karen Church Martha Adams Cindy Albin David Almond Bennie Alvey Beaver Anderson Jeanie Beaumont Kathi Beaver Grant Begley Pat Bell George Berry Joe Bazek Ricky Barg Tanya Barrnet Ricky Booth Sue Boyd Teresa Bradley Joe Brady Terry B rigger Fred Brown Sharon Bleakly Vicky Boggs Joe Bartlett Benford Bartley Mike Barron Greg Bates Gary Beaty Mike Bishop Steve Blackman Diane Bockes Joyce Bordon Bob Boyer David Brewer Don Brown Elizabeth Brown Donnie Buffaloe John Burgess Frank Burns LuAnn Bushey Jimmy Cain Lynda Cain Lorrain Canaugton Eddie Campbell Pat Campbell Arlene Carlson Debbie Carter Robert Casteel Sharon Catale Claire Charron 98 Frankie Clark Leonard Clark Robert Clark Stephen Collins Brenda Conley Lucy Cook Debbie Cooper Pat Cooper Eddie Cornell Linda Cornell Dennis Cornwell Joyce Cornwell Willie Coronet Roberta Cotten Kathy Coughlin Deloris Cronin Normin Crowder Bill Cryan Beverly Cutter Janet Daily Mike Davis Steve Davis Julie Decarli Robert Deckon Barbara Deney Carol Denning Dotty Dennis Robert Denny Billy Dent Ed Denton Dee Dee Desarmeaux Tony Dicola Kathy Dillaber Steve Dodson Janice Dorcis Brenda Durham Sharon Durniak Jay Dyer Steve Dyroff Robert Earl Robert Easley Eugene Edwards Phil Eckleberry Pam Ellis Richard Ethorne Walter Ethridge James Eubanks Mike Fahnestock Steve Fairweather James Farrel Diana Farria Mike Faulk mmm 99 Linda Ferguson Mike Fiegle Mary Fisher Carol Flemming Vickie Flynn Robert Ford Jeff Fortune Susan Fotindis Ben Fravel Jeannie Fredette Donna Fugate Mary Gallagher Jake Garland Diana George Mike Gibbs James Gilbreth Deborah Gish Joyce Gnoffo Billy Goforth Larry Goins Greg Graham Robert Graves Corlis Grimaly Emily Haarde Wanda Hall Julia Hammond Tenley Hanson Wayne Hargrove Harold Harmon Rudy Harner John Harold Pansy Harris Cynthia Heeber Karen Helbringer Keith Henderson Holly Hicks Larid Hicks Mike Hall Freddie Hilbard Mike Hinderliter Robert Holler Dianne Holngren Rhonda Honeycutt Linda Hooker Gayle Hoomes Andrew Howard Barbara Humphr es Margaret Ingram Theresa Jamorski James Junaga Linda Jay Celestine Jefferson Doug Jennings Janet Johnson 100 Marellen Johnson Sandy Johnson Gail Johnson Bruce Johnson Cindy Jones Kathy Jones Cynthia Karwedsky Susan Karwedsky Patty Katsarelis Debby Keefer Martha Kelly Linda Kendall Patty Kidd Richard Kileen Jan King Garth Kirk Randy Kiser Gabrielle Kisner Timmy Lamb Eddie Lambert Mary Landes Marilyn Leker Willie Lee Art Leiker Rena Lester Donna Level Frank Lewis Judi Liming Linda Lindsey Jeanne Lipscomb James Little Jamie Little Bev Long Danny Looney Mark Lorrelli Mac Lucas Bonnie Lynn Pam MacElrem Maxine Mahon Steve Mahood Terri Maraschio John Martocci Eddie McAvoy Doug McDonald Shaun McGowan June McGuire Veneta McKnight Neil McNabb Steve McVay Donna Meadows Thomas Meekma Clarence Miller 101 Fred Miller June Miller Sandy Miller Darlene Mills Shirley Mollenex Paul Monseur Suzanne Moody David Morris Kathy Morrison Charles Moss Gary Mullennex Martin Murafsy Henry Murphy Dena Myers Tim Naylor Buddy Nixon Darlye Novak Buddy Oakes Robin Oakley Shelia O’Hearn Charles Olsick Tim Orton Elain Oswald Becky Pauley Myra Pawner Doris Pearson Jewel Pennington Kim Pennington Mary Perrotti Pat Peters Susie Petro Sandy Pierce Renee Pippers Karl Ponstigle Billy Potter Mike Powers Alfred Pulley Susan Rank Pat Reidy Dee Reigle Lynn Reville Ricky Reymer Janice Rice Vickie Rives Ricky Roles Rick Rose Sandy Rowe Cathy Roy Morgan, Ruther Gary Sams Ronnie Sandige Geraldine Satterwhite Elaine Saunders 102 Laura Savott Freddy Scaggs Carl Scaiici Paulette Scarber Suzanne Scott Connie Sedmock Lynn Seiler Mike Sexton Melvin Shaffer Paul Shaffer Steve Shaver Deborah Sheets Ricky Skelton Debbie Shepard Marion Shivers Richard Shomer Karen Sims Beverly Skinner Karen Smith Dick Snider Kenneth Snyder Gail Sommerville Sharon Sparks Nate Spencer Mike Spicer Bev Spiker Herbert Stanley Pamela Stephens Kathy Stewart Sharon Stewart Suzanne Stillman Timothy Strikly Susan Straub Kenneth Stott John Stout Doris Sullivan Roger Summers Mary Surbaugh Tom Sutter Robert Swoope Patty Taylor Tim Taylor Edna Thomas James Thomas Roland Thomas Charlotte Thompson David Thurston Jay Thurston Shirley Toes Gwen Tolly Jane Tolson Anna Traywick 103 Steve Treado Kleopatra Tretyak Gail Trivett Lester Tuell Donald Thurston Brenda Turner Donnie Waite Pat Walsh Bruce Watkins Pat Webb Billy Webber Doloris Wieland Charles Welborn Virginia Welch Betty Welsh Allen Wheeler Albin Williams Barbara Williamson Gary Wilson Kinny Winfree David Winhole Don Woolard Vera Woolfrey Linda Wortham Leslie Woverton Mike Yarnell Brenda Yesionowski Bill Yount Mike Yoho 104 IN MEMORY RICHARD EATHORNE 105 106 English William Rampley Dept. Head Elizabeth Miller Margaret Milona Athletics Jeannine Turner Cheerleaders Thomas Shutt Dixie Stevenson Sophomore Class Maxine Crane Indian Scripts Miss Turner listens to the plea of Robby Tolson. Maude Young Ann Frost Charles Edwards Virginia Anderson Forensics, Debate Karen Stinson Indian Echoes Patricia DiFrank Junior Class 107 Languages Math Anita Cummins Freshman Class Suzanne Galvin Candace Woods Senior Class Edgar Tucker Dept. Head Judy Cox Julia Hogge Carolyn Stanley Roger Fitzgerald Soph. Class Nancy Shideler F.T.A. 108 Ogden Whyte Fresh. Class Science Joseph Wileman Vicki Bozarth Dept. Head Sr. Class Richard Polly Junior Class Grading papers can sure get you down, can’t they Mr. Gholson. Shirley Jones Fresh. Class James Jamieson Howard Gholson Martha Farkas Senior Class Business June Sullins Ann Rector Sue Taylor Dept. Head F.B.L.A. Jackie Rebel F.B.L.A. ‘Dear Mr. Jones, enclosed is. . groans Miss Taylor as she dictates to her class. Betty Barnes Soph. Class Doris Koehler Majorettes History Barbara Davis Dept. Head James Mabry Mary Fehl Pep Club Robert Moore Athletics Robert Greer Athletics John Sullivan Junior Class Janice Polk Sophomore Class Ralph Barnett Book Room Supervisor Patricia Davies S.C.A. Brownie Cummins Athletic Director G-F Club Mr. Greer, in a thoughtful mood, ponders over world affairs. 110 Physical Education Anne Lockett Ralph Marr Dept. Head Athletics Girl’s Varsity Betsy Ross Girl’s Varsity Dan Newberry Athletics Mr. Marr, with a look of frustration, tries to make men out of boys. Industrial Arts Mrs. Aubry seems pleased with the Catherine Aubry work of her students. Art Club 112 Jean Cantor F.H.A. Junior Class Home Economics Sue Weiting F.H.A. Miss Weiting, likes the project of her home eco¬ nomics students. Music All right chorus-sing along with Mrs. Bailey. 113 Library Ella Poindexter Dramatics Club Library Club Bobbie Blalock Here she comes-Miss-Ellaneous!!! Guidance Jim Blevins Senior Class 114 Custodians John Bicus, Austra Bicus, John Stefko, Helen Keyes, Robert Juggins. Missing from picture, Susie Richardson. Cafeteria Staff Mrs. Tucker; Mrs. Harvy; Mrs. Olson; Mrs. Davis; Mrs. Brunner; Mrs. Mosser; Mrs. Casteel; Mrs. Sipes. 115 ADMINISTRATION Mr. John Pitt Asst. Principal Mr. Daniel Crane Asst. Principal Mrs. Mary Webber Mrs. Joyce Leonard Secretary Secretary 116 Boy Mrs. Parker, is it that hard? Mrs. Leonard, looking quite dumb-founded, wonders what punishment she can conjure to punish the photographer. A Day In The ggg t, u Life Of Our Office Staff No fair Mrs. Webber. You’re not suppose to smile in a posed picture. Hurray for you Mrs. Leonard. You haven’t smiled yet. 117 Leaders For Tomorrow DAVID BLANCHARD President LINDA KIRBY Secretary JOHN ROLLISON Vice-President S.C.A. The Student Cooperative Association is the govern¬ ing body of our school. All the school activities revolve around this organization. The S.C.A. also greatly added to the beautification of G-F by painting the bleachers. The S.C.A. sponsored the homecoming dance. JEANNE REBEL Treasurer 119 DANNY BUSHEY Sgt.-at-arms The S.C.A. Helps To ROW 1: Roger O’Rock, Bev Bagley, Susie Clifton, Donna Hartman. ROW 2: Glenna Lipford, Leslie Stalnecht, Jody Mahle, Pam Bauchman, Lynda Fairweather, Barbara Bagley. ROW 3: Terry Strath- man, Kenny Gibson, David Hibbard, Melvin Meadows, Ray Tolson, Danny Bushey. MISS DAVIES, Sponsor COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN Committee Chairman are students which have been selected by the Vice-President to be in charge of committees. These students must be approved by the sponsor of the S.C.A., Miss Davies. 120 Insure Future Leaders CLUB REPRESENTATIVES All organizations select one person to represent their club in the S.C.A. This person attends all meetings of the S.C.A. with ideas of things that his club wishes to do in order to raise money. The S.C.A. either approves or rejects the idea. ROW 1: Connie Fowler, Danny Fisher. ROW 2: Ellen Sherlock, Kathy Wilburn, Sara Everett, Kay Dicks. ROW 3: Mike Cundiff, John Cardelli, Mike Collette, Jerry Thompson. HOMEROOM CHAIRMEN Each year every homeroom elects a re¬ presentative that they feel is capable of holding the responsibility which is necessary of the job. The homeroom chairman must go to the meetings held by the committee chairmen. They take, back to the home¬ rooms, minutes of each and every meeting. If any questions arise they answer them as best as they can. ROW 1: Cheryl Thurston, Vinian Deslandes, Maureen Tierney, Marci Barros, Margaret Browning, Marsha Treado, Lisa Van Sant, Tom Stanley. ROW 2: Darlene Mills, Diane Bockes, Sharon Tate, Cathy Smith, Terry Swartzfeger, Kathy Davis, Mary Ann Blazek, Carol Garland, Bonnie Lynn, Leona Thompson. ROW 3: Martha Kelley, Paul Shaffer, Joan Bristow, Suzie Stillman, Judy Smith, Bonnie Saunders, Al Butler, LuAnn Bushey, Linda Ferguson, Lorraine Connaughton. ROW 4: Steve Treado. Michael Hill, Beaver Anderson, Sheila Phillips, Bob Dixon, Robby Stevens, Jim Grubbe, Eddie Smith, Pat Kimbrell, Chip LaFurney, Bill Ferguson. 121 Spirit Of The Team Equals From left to right: Mrs. Mary Fehl Sponsor, Linda Ford, Bill Brown, Lizzie Rollison, Bev Bagley, Maureen Tierney, Melvin Meadows, Bo Cordelli. This year the Pep Club has done much to arouse and strengthen the spirit of the student body of our school. Credit must be given where credit is due. They helped to keep our teams in high spirits even though they might not have won all of their games. 122 The Spirit Of The School PEP CLUB 123 Advanced Homemaking Leads The F.H.A. is an organization that furthers its members toward better and new hori¬ zons. It has been helpful to the community by sponsoring a clothing drive. It has also contributed baskets of food to needy fami¬ lies in the area. The F.H.A. under the excellent guidance of Mrs. Canter and Miss Weiting had a very successful year. They sponsored a dance and several bake sales, to earn money to use in chairty pro¬ grams. Their main purpose was to aid the needy families in the area. Mrs. Canter, Miss Weiting, Jenny Bartley, Ann Easterly, Kathy Davis, Rita Pierce, Belle Henshaw, Pam Lingdenfield. ROW 1: Brenda Yesionowski, Linda Randall, Pat Florence, Joyce Waite, Kathy Anderson, Karen Nichols, Debbie Shephard, Carol Simmins. ROW 2: Marge Sedmock, Donna Proffitt, Peggy Ridenour, Connie Fowler, Elaine Kosek, Debbie Sears, Linda Brice, Brenda Joye, Debbie Sheets. ROW 3: Holly Hicks, Gaile Beale, Pat Cornell, Brenda Shultz, Ellen Denny, Rhonda Ware, Julia Hammond, Julie DeCarli, Vicky Rives, Debbie Keefer. 124 To Better Business Values ROW 1: Ava Barbee, Debbie Irwin, Sheila Hajek. ROW 2: Nina Heflin, Sharon Blackburn, Debbie Sears, Pat Waddick, Linda Beaumont. ROW 3: Wanda Johnson, Barbara Griffin, Sharon Lee, Nancy Pied, Margaret Browning, Belinda Harris. ROW 4: Faye Minter, Sharon Allen, Joyce Goforth, Nancy Fick, Tawn Pennington, Miriam Litchfield. The F.B.L.A. is an organization to help their members become better citizens. The organization hopes to promote more in¬ terest in a business career. The club is open to anyone who has taken one or more business subjects. This years club sold mums for the home¬ coming dance and sponsored the packages that were sent to Vietnam. Miss Rector, Charlene Jennings, Linda Bakaysa, Diane Frye, Mary Ann Tucci, Pat Messick, Carol Whisnant, Miss Rebel. 125 Scripts Ends Another Successful SUZIE CLIFTON Editor SUE HARPER Assistant Editor 126 MRS. MAXINE CRANE Sponsor Year Of Publication ROW 1: Penny Barlow. Row 2: Marsha David, Joan Flatford. ROW 3: Becky Moore, Pam Bauck- man, Terry Strathman. ROW 4: Buddy Fredette, Bill Johnson, Jack Glenn. INDIAN SCRIPTS, congratulations on a job well done. The INDIAN SCRIPTS staff, under the direction of Mrs. Crane, has done a good job this year in keeping the students of Gar-Field well informed as to what has gone on in and around the school. This year they had student want ads as well as advertisements from local merchants. In this way, they made money so they could print the newspaper. ROW 1: Lisa Van Sant, Carol Torrice, Margaret Browning, Linda Bakaysa, Ava Barbee. ROW 2: Linda May, Mary Slis, Joan Davis, Sandy Cox, Marian Litchfield. ROW 3: John Roberts, Louis Pugh, Mike Taylor, Mike CoLlette, Don Boozier, Mike Goretsas. 127 Fine Arts Are One Of The ROW 1: Sara Van Arsdel, Kathy Dillaber, Jeanne Rebel, Ava Barbee, Piper Rold, Ronnie Sereduick, Gregery Graham, Debbie Frisbie. ROW 2: Douglas MacDonald, Ronda Wilkinson, Susan Dawson, Joan Davis, Debbie Sears, Ben Alvey, Elaine Kosek, Sandy Cox, Coley West, Mike Minlionica. ROW 3: Eddie Fulford, Shelly Dawson, Ronnie Treat, Kenny Gibson, Mark Fiegle, Cindy Carter, Vicki Nogle, Allen West, Scott Fraley. ROW 4: Martha Kelley, Rhonda Ware, Scott Nicklin, John Roberts, Jim Elliott, Bill Meadows, John Cardelli, Chris Neubert, Keith Gustin, Mae Van Arsdel, Joe Pluto. The Dramatics Club under, the direction of Miss Ella Poindexter, is an organization in which students are given a chance to exhibit their ability to act. Through this they are able to develop poise and also self-confidence. By encouraging the various classes to present plays, the Dramatics Club has helped to promote an interest in high school dramatics. Miss Poindexter, Nancy Scarbro, Tommy Parker, Linda May, Chip LaFurney, Dianne Canaday, Jennie Hodges. 128 Greatest Contributions Of Our Times ROW 1: Bill Yarnall, Pat Waddick, Linda Ford, Linda Beaumont, Ava Barbee, Carolyn Smith, Nancy Schauer. ROW 2: Jeanne Fravel, Brenda Morris, Frances Pulley, Dianne Sprinkle, Emma Crowley, Linda Sluiza, Pam Davis, Tom Smith. ROW 3: Perry Cumberland, Thomas Payne, Bob Carlson, Donnie Rogers, Kitty Hoomes, Linda Barbee, Gina Baxter, Eileen Peters. ROW 4: Ray Tolson, Jerry Powell, Judi Marlowe, Pat Cummings, Alan McCann, Don Boozier, Sabra Wolfe, Tim Traywick, Kari Cowan. The Art Club’s purpose is to further ap¬ preciation and understanding of art. This year they painted the Indian which is located on the back of the bleachers. The Art Club painted murals for the health building, as a means to raise money. They also sponsored an art show in the lobby of the same building. Mrs. Aubry, Celia Parker, Kathy Davis, Charlie Stiles, Terry Strathman, Kathy Wilburn. 129 Future Librarians And Athletes ROW 1: Nina Heflin, Kathy Lyons, Susan Dawson, Mike Minlionica, Joyce Waite, Ronnie Sereduick, Alfred Pulley, Emma Crowley, Bill Fergufon. ROW 2: Barbara O’Brian, Karen Nichols, Mike Goretsas, Linda Doldt, Frosty Thompson, Barbara Griffin, Janice Boyce, Vickie Nogle. ROW 3: Eugene Liming, John Roberts, Scott Nicklin, Mark Fiegle, Ronnie Treat, Bobby Derrah, Kathy Publicover, David King. ROW 4: Joe Pluto, Jerry Thurston, Bill Meadows, Bill Thompson, Eddie Fulford, Pete O’Singa, Gary Gross. The Library Club consists of the students that help their sponsor, Miss Poindexter, and the assistant Librarian, Mrs. Blalock, to run the library during their study halls, and during Activity Period. The money taken in from overdue books is used to buy new books and to rebind old ones. Debbie Ethridge, Tommy Parker, Miss Poindexter, Jennie Hodges, Mrs. Blalock, Bill Roth, Jim Elliott. 130 Progress Toward Their Goals The Purpose of the G-F Club is to promote an interest in athletics. Their sponsor, Mr. Cummings, does a lot to see that each does his part. The Boys perform various services for the school and the boys assist with all athletic contests. Each must earn two athletic letters at Gar-Field to become a member, then the boys are given a blue sweater with the G-F monogram on it. The club had a candy sale in order to raise money for the club. This money goes for their $100 scholarship, which is given to a deserving member. Left to Right: Mr. Cummins, sponsor; Ray Tolson; Danny Bushey; Melvin Meadows; Robby Tolson; Danny Fisher. 1ST ROW: Teddy Petts; Chris Kaila; John Kaila. 2ND ROW: David Blanch¬ ard; Jerry Thompson; Buddy Ferdette;Calvin Johnson. 3RD ROW: Bill Brown; Tom Eubanks; Larry Havener; Pat Kimbrell. I 131 Educational Clubs The F.T.A.’s purpose is to stimulate cooperation between teachers and students and to show the importance of an education to the students. In April the F.T.A. plans to teach. They also are having a bake sale to raise money to give a scholarship to a de¬ serving graduating Senior member of their club. Ellen Sherlock, Pat Cummings, Sarah Everett, Linda Kirby, Miss Nancy Shideler, Sheila White, Lynda Fairweather. ROW 1: Nancy Sawyer, Glenna Lipford, Bev Bagley, Debbie Kelley, Shelly Dawson. ROW 2: Donna Adams, Patty Duvall, Ronda Wilkinson, Joan Davis. ROW 3: Janis Drake, Linda Hutchinson, Vicky Rivers, Ronnie Clark, Terry Strathman, Kathy Davis. 132 Prove Worthwhile i_EFT ROW: Eileen Peters, Jim Janiga, Diane Bockes, Alfred Pulley. RIGHT ROW: Dave Soghoian, Chris Neubert, Mike Brown, Allen Schnell. The Debate program this year included training in research, analysis, sound argument, quick thinking, effective speaking, and plain common sense. The Debates were conducted in accordances with an adaptation of the Cross-examination or Oregon Plan. The program consists of a series of competitive interschool debates on district and state levels. MISS VIRGINIA ANDERSON Sponsor 133 Forensics And Color Guard ROW 1: Dianne Canaday, Debbie Frisbie, Gayle Hoomes, Angela Brown. ROW 2: Mike Snyder, Frank Stevens, Sandy Cox, Coley West, Kenny Gibson, Jim Meeks. This year’s Forensics activities included contests of four types: Debate, speaking (Boy’s and Girl’s Public Speaking), Reading (Boy’s and Girl’s Poetry Reading and Boy’s and Girl’s Prose Reading, and Spelling. The general purpose of these contests is to motivate participation in and to improve the level of forensic activities. The program consisted of a series of meets conducted on school, district and state levels. MISS VIRGINIA ANDERSON Sponsor 134 Repeated With Future Spirit Susan Moody, Barbara May, Elaine Saunders, Rhonda Ware, Debbie Fergusen. THE COLOR GUARD The newly formed Color Guard was a great addition to the band this year. The United States flag, the Virginia flag, and the Confederate flag were carried by the girls, not forgetting the girls who carried the rifles. They marched in front of the band and majorettes at games and in parades. 135 Echoes Of The Past Will Be ROW 1: Ronda Wilkinson, Marti Barros, Sharron Cekala, Donna Hartman, Gail Wingfield, Joyce Jones, Jeanne Fravel, Kathy Wrabell, Marcia Treado, Sharold Brown, Mary Miller, Janice Waite, Joyce Waite. ROW 2: Kathy Wilburn, Janis Drake, Debbie Griffin, Barbara Griffin, Patty Katsarelis, Lynda Fairweather, Gary Watson, Kathy Davis, Faye Minter, Rhonda Ware, Suzie Stillman, Lizzie Rollison, Nancy Williams. ROW 3: Kathy Hibbard, LeeAnn McCarthy, Tawn Pennington, Carolyn Smith, Kathy Roy, Glenna L ipford, Peggy Ridenour, Karen Church, Bonnie Lynn, Cindy Carter, Jeanne Beaumont, Pat Campbell, Sheri Pulley. ROW 4: Bobby Darrah, Linda Totten, Sharron Allen, Mike Fehnestock, Paul Shaffer, Donna Proffitt, Sabra Wolfe, Van Keys, Bill Medows, John Boggs, Harry Prior, David Hall, Tim Ansink, Charlene Jennings, Brenda Sandidge. The INDIAN ECHOES staff has worked hard at the task of putting together the 1967- 68 edition. Much time and effort has been devoted to meeting the deadlines set by Delmar Publishing Company. This is Delmar’s first year in publishing the INDIAN ECHOES. In order to raise money, the staff had a bake sale and a soc hop. We, the INDIAN ECHOES staff would like to thank our sponsors Mrs. Watts and Miss Stinson for their guidance. Many long hours were put into the 1967-68 edition of the INDIAN ECHOES. 136 Display Student Ability DEBBIE SHAFFER Co-Editor MRS. WATTS-MISS STINSON Sponsors RICK YATES Co-Editor ROW 1: Gerri Garber: Advertisements; Linda Beaumont: Photography. ROW 2: Gwen Jacobs: Subscriptions; Linda Kirby: Boy’s Sports; Leona Thompson: Index; ROW 3: Jody Mahle: Classes; Belinda Harris: Business Manager; Frances Pulley: Organizations; Kay Dicks: Typist; Bonnie Saunders and Barbara Bagley: Girl’s Sports. 137 School Spirit FRONT: P. Bauckman; Drum Majorette. ROW 1: S. Everett, K. Gibson, L. Stallknecht, M. David, T. Ansink, R. Travel, S. Scott, J. Meeks. ROW 2: B. Bagley, S. Mahood, E. Sutherland, L. Rollison, B. Crayan, D. Bockes, M. Rhodes, T. Parker. ROW 3: P. Barlow, S. Bleakley, T. Hanson, S. Harper, D. Hale, P. Shaffer, L. Burt, T. Nixon. ROW 4: B. Bagley, K. Jones, S. Niehoff, D. Sheets, A. Wheeler, G. Kirk, D. Hibbard. ROW 5: P. Sears; Asst. Drum Maj. ROW 6: C. Jennings, M. Leber, J. Jones, K. Lamb, C. Jones, B. Humphries, Joe Orton, S. Pope. ROW 7: F. Stevens, B. Meyers, Linda Harris, S. Lraley, S. Hall, E. Sams, S. Cox, G. Moody. ROW 8: L. Thompson, B. Fugate, D. Bockes, C. Giannis, V. Keys, J. Rollison, M. Goretsas, W. Tolson. Under the direction of Mr. Ivan Bowling, this year’s band went far. The Band presented a spring and fall concert, playing Grade 6 music. They performed at all football games, pep rallies, and at various other place around the community. At the annual County Music Festival, they gave an outstanding performance. All in all this was the band’s greatest year! FRONT: P. Barlow, B. Bagley. BACK: D. Hib¬ bard, J. Meeks, J. Rollison, K. Gibson, Mr. Bowling, Sponsor. 138 In The Making ROW 1: Nancy Scarbro, Janet Nogle, Debbie Kelley. ROW 2: Joan Davis, Donna Guffey, Sharron Allen, Gerri Garber, Linda Barros, Debbie Barros, Pat Duvall. The Majorettes, sponsored by Miss Doris Koehler and under the direction of Kathy Weeks, proceeded to make the most successful year of marching. The girls raised money by having bake sales, candy sales and car washes. The money was for new uniforms. Jody Mahle-Joan Flatford 139 Clubs Promote Responsibility Miss Betsy Ross, Mrs. Ann Lockett- SPONSOR Bev Bagley, Carla Ennis, Terri Norman, Pam Bauck- man, Kay Dicks- OFFICERS GIRL’S VARSITY CLUB Every year the Girl’s Varsity Club does their best to better the sportsmanship of the student body of Gar-Field. This year they did a wonderful job. By having bake sales, selling refreshments at football games, and by charging admission to the girl’s basketball games, they made the money needed for their organization. FROM THE TOP: Collette DeGrasse, Maureen Tierney, Kathy Derrah, Kathy Wrabell, Marcia Treado, Jeannie Rebel, Mary Ann Blazek, Donna Hartman, Debbie Shaffer, Lynda Fairweather, Lin¬ da Kirby. 140 And Sportsmanship ROW 1: Garlene Garcia, Piper Rold, Regina Combs, Jody Mahle, Terry Norman. ROW 2: Carolyn Chadwick, Donna Courtney, Elaine Rumph, Ruth Triplett, Belinda Harris, Linda Totten, Karen Nichols. ROW 3: Rhonda Ware, Pam Lingdenfield, Pat Smith, Faye Minter, Linda Mills, Vicky Hoff¬ man, Gina Baxter. Twenty-six members belong to the Girl’s Chorus, a division of Gar-Field’s Choral Department. These girls make wonderful music when they perform and their vocal work is outstanding. Much practice is put into each one of their numbers. Plenty of time and effort is con¬ tributed by each girl. 141 Songs Are Brought Alive ROW 1: Brenda Turner, Sheila O’Hearn, Tim Naylor, Donnie Buffalo, LuAnn Bushey, Wanda Hall, Laura Savatt. ROW 2: Karen Helbringer, Pam Stephens, Buddy Nixon, Donald Waite, Arthur Goding, Mike Trahnesstock, John Harold, Debbie Shephard, Julie DeCarli, Linda Jay, Lorraine Connaughton. ROW 3: Dorinda Reigle, Pam McElrath, Shirley Mullene, Frankie Clark, Douglas McDonald, Bobby Dicola, Lester Tuel, Virginia Welch, Margie Roades, Kim Pennington, Susie Stillman, Lynn Reville. ROW 4: Mark Barbee, Buddy Oakes, Bill Meadows, Larry Garland, Chuck Lohman, Eddie Fulford, Debbie Desarmeaux, Maxine Mahon, Linda Hooker, Linda Ferguson, Jeanne Beaumont. During the year, the Varsity Chorus participated in several concerts. These were per¬ formed before the students of Gar-Field. In addition to their duties of singing, they also sponsored a number of fund raising activities, including soc-hops, a talent contest, and in the fall, the movie, “Good Neighbor Sam”. All of these activities were enjoyed by the student body. As a section of the choral department, under the direction of Mrs. Lana Bailey, the Varsity Chorus trains singers for the later induction into the Concert Choir. 142 By Members of Our Choral Department ROW 1: Linda Kirby, Donna Courtney, Kathy Dillaber, Mike Bishop, Gary Helsley, Tom Stanley, Shirley West, Jeri Foley, Claudine Porter, Nancy Scarbro, Pam Bauckman, Ellie Cobb, Susie Clifton. ROW 2: Sarah Everett, Debbie Barros, Sue Nuttall, Lois Lynn, Rita Pierce, Judy Smith, Jim Meeks, John Roberts, Scott Nicklin, Marci Barros, Rachelle Daigneault, Piper Rold, Nancy Roth, Linda Barros. ROW 3: Brenda Sandidge, Glenna Lipford, Leslie Stallknecht, Judy Lamb, Charlotte Wingo, David Hibbard, John Cardelli, Calvin Johnson, Chip LaFurney, Eddie MacDonald, Tommy Parker, Kevin Hoschar, Cindi Carter. Tawn Pennington, Ellen Denny, Linda Beaty, Barbara Stershic, Maye Van Arsdel, Joan Davis. The Concert Choir is made up of students were in the Varsity Chorus and Concert Choir last year. These students have talent which they have displayed many times. On February 9, 1968, they performed before the student body. They enjoyed giving the concert just as much as the students enjoyed listening to it. For the first time this year the Concert Choir wore striking blue blazers. SPONSOR Mrs. Lana Bailey 143 Homecoming Bonfire 144 Mr. George Clark Robert Hopkins Sandy Rich Lawrence Runion Miss Parsons Danny Jones Yvonne Johnson Allen West The Distributive Education Clubs of America known as DECA is an organization of high school students enrolled in DE classes. The purpose of the organization is to train DE students for present and future occupations in distribution and or market¬ ing. The activities for this year were a field trip to the Bureau of ROW 1: R. Ferrell, J. Johnson, M. Buffington, B. Skillen, R. Brewer, F. Simmers, J. DeGrasse, G. Lynn, R. Yates. ROW 2: W. Brewer, J. Jenkins, B. Hopkins, M. Johnson, M. Culbertson, J. Dodson, R. Sereduick, L. Bates, A. Grayson, Y. Johnson. ROW 3: C. Campbell, C. Parish, B. Martin, M. Croce, S. VanderArk, D. Dodson, K. Davis, B. Hopkins, B. Chinn. ROW 4: H. Bates, W. Chapman, S. Tuel, H. Wickline, H. Burner, A. West, D. Harold, L. Runion, D. Jones, E. Fulford. ROW 5: M. Treat, B. Hogan G DeMille D Burner, C. Williams, S. Henderson, S. Hamlin, C. Henderson, S. Rich. ROW 6: R. Grayson, D. Howard, C. Wisenick L Moore R Liming, B. Liming, B. Reed, R. Campbell, J. Cribb. 145 Training In Many Fields Will ROW 1: Bill Hodges, Stanley, Turner, Steve Towne. ROW 2: Larry Brackett, Tommy Clark, Tommy Frazier, Richard McNally, Joe Staples, Larry Klebart. I.C.T. Industrial Cooperative Training is a newly instituted organization in Gar-Field. Its members are trained in business activities in the classroom and allowed on-the-job training for practical experience. This organization is under the fine leadership of Mr. Artz, who is also new here. In conclusion, it is sincerely hoped that all members will be very successful in their trades. 146 MR. ARTZ Sponsor Help In Later Life The main purpose of the Key Club is to promote good will for the school and community. Under their sponsor, Mr. Crane, the members perform tasks for the school. They raise the flag each day and sell ice cream during lunch. The boys are properly nominated and selected by the majority vote of old members and go through a week of strange initiation before becoming members. The Key Club publishes a handbook that the stu¬ dents receive at the beginning of the school term. A branch of the Kwanis Club, the Key Club does a lot to promote a good student-community interest. Ray Tolson: Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Danny Crane: Sponsor, Mike Cundiff: Club Representative, Danny Bushey: President, Danny Fisher: V-President. ROW 1: John Porter, Eddie Smith, John Kaila, Mike Bryant, A1 Butler, David Blanchard. ROW 2: Russel Liming, Mike Bushey, Tom Eubanks, Bill Brown, Jim Grubbe. ROW 3: Ricky Fitzgerald, John Fick, Mike Cundifl, Bob Costlow, James Hinderliter. ROW 4: Pat Kimbrel, Steve Lineberger, Robbie Stevens, Melvin Meadows, John Cardelli, David Emerick. 147 The Old And The New ROW 1: Linda Frisbie, Mary Miller, Penny Barlow, Bev Bagley, Linda Ford, John Kaila, Jeanne Rebel, Coley West, Dianne Horner. ROW 2: Linda Bakaysa, Kathy Hibbard, Sandy Cox, Marsha David, Terry Swartzfeger, Kay Dicks, Donna May, Terry Strathman, Sharon Tate. ROW 3: Mary Ann Jones, Joyce Jones, Donna Proffitt, Kenny Gibson, Dennis Turner, Mike Snyder, Charles Wood, Linda Beaumont. ROW 4: Gary Watson, Frances Wathen, John Rollisen, Pat Cummings, Gleen Cain, Pat Fees, Larry Peoples, Bob Costlow, Ricky Fitzgerald. MRS. HELEN PARR Sponsor 148 Unite To Better Our Academic Standards ROW 1: D. Frisbie, B. Palastro, K. Muse, S. Umbarger, D. Kelley, M. Flohr, C. Nichols, S. Clifton, S. Cekala, B. Persell, L. Ferguson, C. Kaila. ROW 2: J. Peters, D. Allen, M. Fodyetous, E. Spratly, C. Smith, C. Torrice, J. Lamb, C. Carter, T. Martocci, L. Rollison, D. Clarck, R. Petro. ROW 3: R. Treat, C. Stroud, B. May, J. Glenn, B. Henshaw, J. Nogle, L. Doldt, F. Pulley, C. Zdan, S. Harper, B. Brigham, M. Blazek, K. Lamb. ROW 4: A. Brown, S. Sieger, M. Carney, A. Ksanznak, J. Thompson, S. Wilson, D. Arnold, G. Jacobs, J. Grubbe, T. Ansink, D. Helbringer, D. Abel, E. Peters. This year the Beta Club tapped approximately 45 members. This broguht the total number of members to well over 100 members. As their money-making project, they sponsored the Male Beauty Contest. Each year the Beta Club gives a $25 scholarship to one of their deserving members that is a graduating Senior. They also give a gift to the school each year. Chris Giannis, Leslie Stallknecht, Julie Slis, Sarah Everett, Danny Fisher, Mike Bryant. 149 Autographs Autographs 151 G-F SPIRIT 153 Indians Undefeated ROW 1: Ricky Fitzgerald, Teddy Petts, Robert Hopkins, Melvin Meadows, Dave Blanchard, Robby Tolson, John Cardelli, Robby Stevens, Ron Treat, Rick Alvey, Mike Snyder, Joe Staples. ROW 2: Rick Owens, Don Segers, A1 Bulter, Bobby Dixion, Robby Clark, Ray Tolson, Bill Brown, Larry Havener, Jim Henson, Danny Bushey. ROW 3: Jim Hinderliter, Larry Swanson, Bobby Schlegal, Steve Welsh, Tom Eubanks, Bill Kimbrel, Buddy Ferdrtte, Ken Castell, Jim Grubbe, Eddie Smith. ROW 4: Mike Cundiff, Brad Chinn, Calvin Johnson, Mike Trotter, Jesse Carter, Bill Smith, Loyd King, Greg John¬ son, Don Boozier, Pat Kimbrel, Jay West. Joined later: Dave Emerick, Bill Thompson, Eric Zumwalt. Coach Brownie Cummins looks worried but has no doubts for successful season. G-F players work hard and efforts were well appre¬ ciated by all. 154 1 0-0 Record Familiar score, as Gar-Field beats Loudoun County 34-0. The 1967 football season brought to Gar- Field High School the greatest team in the his¬ tory of the school. This team, headed by Coach Brownie Cummins and assisted by coaches Don Newberry, Jack Duncan, and Jim Cutz, complet¬ ed a perfect record of 10 wins, no losses, and no ties. This record enabled them to capture first place in the Monument District. The offense scored a massive 357 points, averaging 35.7 points a game, while the defense allowed only 12 points to go up on the visitors scoreboard. The staff of the 1968 Gar-Field High School Yearbook offers its sincere congratulations to this fine football team for all the honor that they have won for themselves, their community, and their school. Gar-Field 34.Loudoun County 0 Gar-Field 40.Orange 0 Gar-Field 28.Stafford 0 Gar-Field 28.Spotsylvania 0 Gar-Field 46.Stonewall 0 Gar-Field 75.Brentsville 0 Gar-Field 40. Culpeper 0 Gar-Field 15. James Monroe 0 Gar-Field 24.Osbourn 6 Gar-Field 27. Woodbridge 6 G-F Comanches -Highly MELVIN MEADOWS Senior CALVIN JOHNSON Senior EDDIE SMITH Junior Comanche, Calvin Johnson, carries ball for another touchdown in the Woodbridge-Gar-Field game. JESSIE CARTER Senior TOM EUBANKS Senior DAVID BLANCHARD Senior 156 Rated Defensive Squad THE COMANCHES This is the 1967-68 defensive unit of the football squad. For eight straight games this fantastic, machine-like team shut out their opponents. This is surely the greatest defensive team ever assembled in the area. Coach Jack Duncan paces sidelines as tension grows at jam-packed G-F foot¬ ball games. RAY TOLSON Senior MIKE CUNDIFF Junior LARRY HAVENER Senior 157 New Coaches Bring Out Skill G-F team discusses plan to throw Coach in shower after winning the game. Calvin Johnson displays his great ability as he runs for another touchdown. Gar-Field shows speed, skill and determination in all football games. 158 Pride Determination And Spirit , RAY TOLSON Grade 12 Guard CHARLES WASHINGTON Grade 9 Guard and Forward STEVE SAYWARD Grade 12 Forward CHARLES REID Grade 11 Center and Forward CLAUDE HENDERSON Grade 12 Guard ROBBY TOLSON Grade 12 Forward KENNY CASTEEL Grade 11 Guard JOHN CARDELLI Grade 11 Center and Forward 159 G-F Victories Brought Out ORANGE SPOTSYLVANIA STAFFORD JAMES MONROE ORANGE STAFFORD JAMES MONROE SPOTSYLVANIA BRENTS VILLE STONEWALL JACKSON GEORGE MASON OSBOURN BRENTSVILLE STONEWALL JACKSON GEORGE MASON WOODBRIDGE OSBOURN 1967 - 68 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE The 1967-68 varsity basketball team demonstrated some fine basketball playing, under the coaching of Mr. George Clark. The team was made up of last years junior varsity and the returning varsity. The team proved its ability and went on to the tournaments at Facquier County High School. Next years team will be worth looking at and will be a strong contender for the Monument District Championship title. ROW 1: Mr. George Clark; Charles Ried; Kenny Casteel; John Cardelli; Greg John¬ son; Steve Sayward; Ray Tolson; Calvin Johnson. ROW 2: Vernon Washington; Charles Washington; Charles Williams; Mike Trotter; Robby Tolson; Buddy Fredette; John Fick; Jerry Thompson; Jay Porter. AUTOGRAPHS ’67-’68 District Champs James Hinderliter and Alex Ksanynak retrieve ball from opponents. Alex Ksanynak displays his shooting ability as he takes a jump shot for two points against James Monroe. KNEELING L-R: Jay West; Ricky Barg; Steve Treado; Jerry Powell; Joe Bartlett; Lester Tuell; Ricky Grayson; Bill Brown. STANDING L-R: Mr. Don Newberry; Jim Hinderliter; David Denny; Alex Ksanznak; Steve Collins; Chuck Strathman; Grant Begley; Lreddy Scaggs. 162 G-F Wrestlers—Pride Of GFHS The wrestling team of 1967—68 made Gar-Field proud once again of her fine athletic teams. The wrestling team took the district title again, while John Kaila took the state championship in his weight class. All of the boys worked hard and proved that they belong to the greatest school in the county-Gar-Field High! Mr. Jack Duncan, coach of the team, has said that he is proud of his boys and knows that they are the best in the state. STONEWALL JACKSON MEADOWBROOK OSBOURN CULPEPER LOUDOUN VALLEY HERNDON OSBOURN ORANGE DOUGLAS FREEMAN SPOTSYLVANIA JAMES WOOD STAFFORD THE 1967-68 WRESTLING SCHEDULE Coach, Mr. Jack Duncan 163 Grapplers Show STANDING: Teddy Petts; Steve Lineberger. KNEELING: Danny Fisher; Chris Kaila; and John Kaila. Teddy Petts takes down opponent, showing the skill and great strength he possesses. JOHN KAILA DANNY FISHER CHRIS KAILA TEDDY PETTS 164 Strength and Stamina Steve Lineberger Pat Kimbrel Mike Cundiff James Eubanks Pat Kimbrel wrestles with opponent and tries to pin him for G-F victory. Rick Alvey pins man for G-F score. Steve Lineberger does his best to win his match over Osbourn opponent. ■■ TIM NIXION RICK ALVEY TOM EUBANKS BOB SCHLEGAL G-F Wrestlers End Year With Good Individual Records Teddy Petts appears to be getting the worst of a bad situation, but the score seems to tell different. Steve Lineberger tries desperately to take down opponent on home-ground. 166 Speed, Skill And Determination Prove Athletic Ability OSBOURN and BRENTSVILLE DISTRICT WOODBRIDGE WOODBRIDGE and GEORGE MASON PRINCE WILLIAM RELAYS STONEWALL JACKSON RAPPAHANNOCK RELAYS GEORGE MASON 1968 TRACK SCHEDULE Greg Johnson, with a determined look, jumps each hurdle, in hopes of winning the event. Bob Costlow crosses line as first place winner and helps the team on the way to another win. G-F’s track managers look like winners as track team members run fpr the win. 167 Calvin Johnson practices constantly to improve his distance with the shot-put. David Bockes watches Bill Nicholas as he practices with the discus. Pride And Loyalty Make Any Team A Winning Team Calvin Johnson displays his skill with the shot-put. 168 Robby Tolson displays exceptional style of batting that has won him recognition throughout the county. Robby Tolson slides into base showing his excep¬ tional skill in the game. Varsity Baseball Exceeds Expectations CULPEPER OSBOURN STONEWALL JACKSON WOODBRIDGE GEORGE MASON BRENTSVILLE DISTRICT OSBOURN STONEWALL JACKSON WOODBRIDGE GEORGE MASON 1968 BASEBALL SCHEDULE The baseball team proved to be as exciting as ever this year as they played outstanding ball. Mr. Bob Greer, coach this year, has spent long, hard hours with his team in hopes of winning the championship. The boys have spirit and a lot of determination that will take any ball club a long way if that is what they want. Next year’s team will be just as exciting as ever with new blood as well as old. % ' 169 National Past Time Becomes G-F Past Time Mr. Greer discusses a called play with the plate umpire to confirm decision. A1 Butler returns to the bench after a successful turn at bat. A1 Butler displays his fine athletic ability while at bat. Eddie Dixon readies himself for move to second base. 170 Tennis Team Takes Championship OSBOURN STONEWALL JACKSON WOODBRIDGE GEORGE MASON BRENTSVILLE DISTRICT OSBOURN STONEWALL JACKSON WOODBRIDGE GEORGE MASON BRENTSVILLE DISTRICT Gar-Field’s second tennis team-1967-68 tennis champs of the Monument district. Pat Fees and Danny Fisher, the only two seniors on the tennis team. Mr. Mabry “tries” to help Scott Fraley with his rather questionable backhand. “Do you think you’ll ever get it Scott?” 171 Determination And Skill Are Key Factors To Success Mr. Mabry explains the “right” way to handle a racket to members of the tennis team. That’s right Scott, go ask somebody that knows the game. Mr. Mabry explains the proper techniques to a good game of tennis to Harry Katsarelis and John Kaila. G-F is proud to say that the Tennis team has done the school honors by capturing the Monument District Championship again this year. Mr. Mabry, a fine athlete himself, spent many long hours helping these boys gain the knowledge they have of the game. Next year G-F hopes to see another fine team and another exciting season. 172 G-F’s Track Team—First At G-F This year was the first year that G-F has ever had a girls track team. This year it was coached by Miss Fergunson, a p.e. teacher. This has been her first coaching job and she did real well. There was only one meet and that was held at Brentsville District High School. There are great hopes for the team next year as the team will be wiser and stronger. Miss Fergunson looks pleased with her track team, as it is her first team and coaching job. G-F’s first track team members are from L-R: Kathy Davis, Dolores Cronin, Linda Totten, June Miller, Linda Evans, Jeanine Ferdette, Nancy Cronin, Susan Straub, Joan Davis, Mary Ann Blazek, Renee Pippens, Diane Bockes, Cheryl Thurston, Susan Moody, Dorothy Conley, Tenly Hanson, Janet Daily, Jennin Merrifield, Miss Fergunson. Susan Straub bumps hurdle as she at¬ tempts jump after jump. 173 Softball Team Claims Championship Again QUANTICO STONEWALL JACKSON OSBOURN WOODBRIDGE QUANTICO BRENTSVILLE DISTRICT OSBOURN STONEWALL JACKSON WOODBRIDGE BRENTSVILLE DISTRICT 1968 SOFTBALL SCHEDULE The girls softball team readies themselves for bat. There could never be enough said about the fine athletic teams that have appeared at G-F this year. Among them is the girls softball team, coached by Miss Marci Milona. With a 9—1 season, the girls captured the county championship. The co-captains for the team were Carla Ennis and Terri Norman, the only two seniors on the team. Miss Milona is proud of her team as it is only her first softball team she has coached. STANDING L-R: Lois Lynn, Marcia Treado, Barbara Bagley, Mary Ann Barbara Bagley, pitcher for the Gar-Field softball Blazek, Carla Ennis, Marty Murphy, Jeanine Fredette, Margie Lucas, Kay team, exhibits her pitching ability. Dicks, Kathy Derrah, Miss Milona. KNEELING L-R: Karen Muse, Yvonne Forsythe, Terrie Norman, Wanda Hall, Sheila O’Heam, and Pat Campbell. 174 9-1 Record Determines Champs Carla Ennis and Barbara Bagley celebrate after victorious win over opponents. 175 From left to right: Jeanne Rebel, Linda Ford, Maureen Tierney, Marci Barros, Lynda Fainveather, Co-Captain, Linda Kirby, Captain, Gwen Jacobs, Sharon Cekala, Donna Hartman, Bonnie Saunders, Darlene Cekala, mascot. Our Cheerleaders Lead Them On— Miss Turner, sponsor, converses with captains about game plans. They Show Spirit All Day Long 179 FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Tolson, Linda Hutchinson, Co-Captain, Linda Mahle, Carol Smith, Captain, Paulette Scarber, Cleo Tretyac, Nancy Cronin, Kathy Roy. Under the sponsorship of Miss Jeannine Turner, the Junior Varsity Cheerleaders did a hard job real well. They helped with bake sales for new uniforms, they cheered at all the football and basketball games, and practiced for long and hard hours. At almost every game you saw posters made by these girls. They have contributed greatly to school spirit and will continue to do so in the future. Captains Linda Hutchinson and Carol Smith contributed to school spirit by devoting most of their time to practicing long and hard hours iso on cheers. Dedicated Cheerleaders Keep Spirit High At All Junior Varsity Activities The entire 67-68 gymnastics team This year the gymnastics team, under the direction of Miss Hudgins, displayed outstanding performances in each of its meets. The team exhibited exceptional merit as it was undefeated and each win was a large one. In the state meet, our girls performed very well and Donna Hartman was awarded the title of Best All Around Beginner Gymnast at the meet. The team also gave an exhibition for the student body. Hartman - State Champ Donna Hartman-Best All Around Beginner at the state meet. Gymnastics Develops Grace And Coordination Clockwise the junior members of the team are: Barbara May, Barbara Bagley, Marcia Treado, Gail Moody, Yvonne Naylor, Linda Ford, Janet Peters, Mary Dailey; CENTER: Charlene Jennings. Left to right the senior team members are: Terri Norman, Johnna DeGrasse, Kathy Russell, Kathy Derrah, Mgr. 183 Gymnastic Team Takes First Place With Pride Julie DeCarli, 1st place unevens. Linda Hutchinson, 1st place on the horse. 184 Mary Dailey, placed on the parallel bars. G-F Is Proud Of All First Place Winners Linda Ford, 1st place on the balance beam. Marcia Treado, placed on the parallel bars. Sports Highlights Of The Year 1968 186 Pulls Through 187 Victory, Defeat- Sportsmanship Is What Counts 188 Hard Work Equals Victories 189 G-F Is Tops In Monument District Sportsmanship Is Key Factor To Success 192 Achievement Takes Skill And Develops Pride 193 THE END 194 woodbridge CORNERS OF HORNER ROAD AND OLD ROUTE 123 Phone 494-3333 DON CAREY GORDEN ARMSTRONG JIM POWELL 195 MANNY’S MOON PIZZA’RANT Home of Virginia’s Finest Pizza ‘Manny” Grontas Owner 494-6550 Community Shopping Center Woodbridge, Virginia GOLDEN RULE PRESS HOME-GARDEN NEWS Printers - Stationers - Publishers 494-5447 A.W. WEEKS 315 Jefferson Davis Hwy. MAURINE S. WEEKS Woodbridge, Va. Where Real Quality Is Not Expensive 7u uutube CABPCTt, PPAPff f ACC£SSOP £S Fisher Shopping Center (Next to Acme)—491-1111 Many Pleasant Payment Plans—Prompt Delivery 196 ALL AMERICAN SPORTS AWARDS keepsake diamonds Dumfries, Va. WOODBRIDGE JEWELERS Phone 875-9449 BULOVA ACCUTRON WATCHES Trophies and Awards for any Event. R. HAMILTON FISHER SHOPPING CENTER Jeweler Phone 494-2332 COMPLETE LINE OF AQUARIUM PET SUPPLIES Also Mice Gerbils Rabbits Snakes Puppies Birds Kitten Tropical Fish Rats Monkeys Hours - 11-9 Closed Sun. LGA PET SHOP 624 A Marumsco Plaza Woodbridge, Va. -494-4646- Central charge and charge plan Available Congratulations to the Class of 1968 CORNELIA ' S BEAUTY SHOP 800 Occoquan Road Hours: Wed. Fri. Sat. Woodbridge, Virginia 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 494-6675 Thur. 1 - 10 p.m. Tues. 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. 197 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF QUANTICO, VIRGINIA Five Convenient Offices Quantico Marine Corps School Triangle Woodbridge Dumfries “Your Local Nationa l Bank” 198 (Triangle Shopping Center, next to Bon Dept. Store) WOODBRIDGE TV THE TREASURE HOUSE FURNITURE Your Magnavox Dealer SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS 494-2001 Dumfries, Virginia Phone: 875-3545 1222 Jeff Davis Hwy. Woodbridge, Va. SPECIALIZING in 3 ROOMS GROUPINGS QUANTICO CAY ' S FABRIC CENTER APPLIANCE CENTER CAY BRENNER HOTPOINT MAYTAG NORGE Triangle Shopping Center Serving Triangle, Quantico Woodbridge, Dale City Dumfries, Virginia and Stafford Areas. 875-6272 U.S. Hwy. 1 875-9361 199 STEPHENS TOWNE COUNTRY FURNITURE “Buy with Confidence” Phone 494-5678 Open 9 a. m. - 9 p. m. Except Saturdays ' Til 6 p.m. 1018 JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY. WOODBRIDGE, VA. Traditional - Provincial Contemporary - Transitional Early American - Spanish Carpets - Draperies Accessories Liberal Financing COMPLIMENTS OF CATALANO DRY CLEANERS LAUNDRY MANY CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Quantico Dumfries Triangle Woodbridge 200 COMPLIMENTS of CASTLE FURNITURE CO. WOODBRIDGE FLORIST A FIRM POLICY 617 U.S. ROUTE 1 A 10% Discount to all Military Personnel Woodbridge, Va. 22191 and Government Employees Phone 494-2334 DUMFRIES SHOPPING CENTER FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS HOMECOMING, PROMS, GRADUATION Dumfries, Virginia Telephone 221-7155 COMPLIMENTS of CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1968 ART BEAUTY SALON COMPLIMENTS Fisher Shopping Center OF AN Woodbridge, Virginia ALUMNUS Phone: 4944948 201 STEPHENS ' REXALL DR UG TRIANGLE, VA. FRANK STEPHENS and DUMFRIES PHARMACY DUMFRIES, VA. LUKE STEPHENS CAMPBELL MUSIC CO. MARUMSCO PLAZA WOODBRIDGE, VA. PIANOS BY-STEINWAY-SOHMER KIMBAL-GULBRANSEN STEROS-FISHER-KHH-SYLVANIA BAND INSTRUMENTS-SERVICE RENTAL REPAIR GUITARS- ORGANS—HAMMOND-KIMBAL. CAMPBELL MUSIC CO. Congratulations to GAR-FIELD’S GRADS! COMPLIMENTS OF WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE THE POTOMAC NEWS Prince William County’s Prize-Winning Newspaper 875-8700 Triangle Shopping Center MARUMSCO PLAZA WOODBRIDGE, VA. Phone 494-2700 202 Congratulations To The Class Of “68” From The PEEBLES DEPARTMENT STORE In the Marumsco Plaza Shopping Center Visit Peebles, The Full-Time Department Store Compliments Of HOLLY ACRES Camper Trailer Sales Stanley and Manley Garber Area Code 703 130 Jefferson-Davis Hwy. Office 494-5600 Woodbridge Home 494-6433 Virginia 203 WOODBRIDGE GLASS CO., INC. W.Q.V.A. (Around the corner from Drug Fair) 353 Jeff Davis Hwy.-Woodbridge, Va. Phone 494-5181 1530 MUTUAL NEWS AFFILIATE All Kinds Of GLASS For Every Purpose NUMBER ONE IN EASTERN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY INSURANCE REPLACEMENT COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL AUTO PATIO SHOWER DOORS —Free Estimates— COPE FORD COPE TRIMUPH CO. TRIANGLE HARDWARE 2 Woodbridge Locations FORD Authorized Sales Service Builders’ Hardware-Garden Supplies Rentals-Builders’ Supplies Moore’s Paints New Car Sales, Service Parts Dept. 125 Cope Street Next to Post Office in Woodbridge Phone 875-4425 - TRIANGLE, VA. Phone 491-1131 or 690-1136 Used Car Sales. 706 Jefferson Davis Hwy. (U.S. 1) Phone 491-2131 204 COMPLIMENTS OF VIZCAYA RESTAURANT HOME OF GOOD FOOD Marumsco Plaza Phone 494-9210 NAMCO APPROVED REAL ESTATE TO BUY-TO RENT-TO SELL OR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Phone 494-9181 REAL ESTATE INSURANCE - CONSTRUCTION Phone: 491-1101 3torist EDITH R. WINEHOLT Manager MARUMSCO PLAZA WOODBRIDGE, VA. WOODBRIDGE PAINT SHOP 333 Fisher Shopping Center Woodbridge, Virginia DISTRIBUTORS OF . PAINTS . FLOOR FINISHES . TECHNICAL AND . INDUSTRIAL COATINGS 205 GROWTH THROUGH SERVICE g The American Bank THROUGHOUT NORTHERN VIRGINIA 206 “as well as professional Photography” OUR THREE LOCATIONS Marumsco Plaza Woodbridge, Va. Phone: 494-6024 494-3200 Woodlawn Shopping Center 8766 Richmond Highway Alexandria, Va. Phone: 780-2900 Springfield Shopping Center 6414 Brandon Ave., Springfield, Va. Phone: 451-4355 G L U.S. Hwy. 1—Woodbridge, Va. Phone 494-9315 ROAD SERVICE Brake Relining-Mufflers Installed Wheel Balancing Front End Alignment BARGAINS IN TIRES New used Recaps COMPLIMENTS OF La ROSE TV 1222 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Woodbridge, Va. Phone 494-3927 207 WILSON PRES BROWN’S 115 West Nelson Street Lexington, Virginia Telephone 463-3521 SPALDING RAWLINGS We Cany all Major Lines MACGREGOR COMPLIMENTS OF INDIAN SCRIPTS The staff of the INDIAN ECHOES yearbook wishes to express its thanks to the advertisers and Boosters for their help in financing this 1967-68 edition. Thanks again for your support. 208 “BOOSTERS” “Big Al Gerri Baby” Susie “Killer Bill M.” Frank Marci Mr. Mrs. J. Manley Garber D.A.D. Pokey Thomas Carolyn Jew Rabbi We Love You, Ricky - J.K.L. Angie Brown Thomas Jefferson High “Colonials” Bill Mary Boudy’s Beef Stew Market Diane Kenny Roger Orrock Ralph Wanda Meropabuhigigi Band Melvin Maureen Steve Pat Devere Pierre Madame Tom Pam United Mutations Association Smiley Patso Mr. Mrs. James F. 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