Gate City High School - Blue Devil Yearbook (Gate City, VA)
- Class of 1967
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SCOT " GA ; MOMENTS TO REMEMBER Gary Cleek Editor Patty Wood Business Manager Betsy Honeycutt Organizations Co-Editor Linda Musick Organizations. Co-Editor Deborah Vermillion Features Editor Joe Williams Sports Editor Gary Edwards Assistant Sports Editor Margaret Wheeler Advertising Manager Nancy DeSpain Assistant Advertising Manager Rita Spears Faculty Editor Valda Wininger Assistant Faculty Editor Jerry Coleman Layout Co-Editor David Wininger Layout Co-Editor Billy Richmond Copy Co-Editor Joyce Spangler Copy Co-Editor Karen Gray Senior Class Editor Susan Greear Junior Class Editor Karen Nunn Sophomore Class Editor Carolyn Bowling Freshman Class Editor Sonja Lawson Circulation Barbara Dougherty Circulation With The 1967 Blue Devil of Gate City High School Gate City, Virginia VOL. X TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration 14 Features 24 Organizations 38 Athletics 60 Advertising 116 Index 140 PUSL GA l £ C u ' Vi vuii ' .iA VI 3. 3 All Roads Lead To ) ■) -) h h K h . — s W K m • - m • m - m i We ll Have Moments To Remember . . . 4 Seniors get class rings. Status of a senior attained. 6 We ll Have These Moments to Remember The summer turns to winter and the present disappears. The Laughter We Were Glad to Share The joker went wild. Teny Tinkering =) K K J 1 K . s — — W -n m r m 9 a K- m m m m — « : The Quiet Talks — h — sill . h — w w — n — K — — J — m C . m m m m The Day We Tore The Goal Post Down We Will Have These Moments to Remember The Ballroom Prize We Almost Won sE EEpEa We Will Especially Remember . . . 13 From dust bowl to best in L;P. It has been said that the twin purposes of education are information and in- spiration. Mrs. Edna Quillin embodies these two aims as she goes about her daily work in the library of Gate City High School. Mrs. Quillin has many en- dearing qualities. Her goodness, her kindness, her patience, her love for students contribute much to the education of each student. People are honored, not for what they receive, but for what they give. Mrs. Quillin has given much. A life that counts is one that leaves the world better. Among the riches of life are friendships with good books, good souls, and great causes. Mrs. Quillin has introduced us to these. Education has many subjects, but one object: a wholesome, effective life. We are grateful to Mrs. Quillin for setting such a splendid example. It is with love and gratitude that we, the staff of the 1967 Blue Devil, dedicate our book to Mrs. Quillin. 16 JAMES M.OLINGER, JR. PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Wendell Johnson has said that “The future from which we can never escape swiftly becomes the past which we can never recapture.” As I look forward today, October 10, 1966, I see a yearbook which describes our school not only for 1966 — 1967 but also one which points to a more promising future. It is with gratitude and pride that we express to the Annual Staff our sincere thanks for a task well performed. The Staff portrays the many changes that are here and now, such as curriculum change, change in the nature of teacher presen- tation, new library materials and services, new physical facilities for health and physical education, as well as improved building and grounds. Much talk, some hard facts, and a great deal of money have provided these changes. Major efforts have been made by the Board of Education to improve the quality of education in Scott County. Major contributions have been made and are being made to upgrade education by all the people of our county. The faculty and stu- dents of Gate City High School would like to say “thanks” to those who have helped, and we sincerely hope that you may continually work with us. 17 Mary Dell Frazier Secretary Secretary Foreign Language Mrs. Lillian Craft Emory and Henry Spanish; English Mrs. Virginia Davis B.A., Hollins M.A., E.T.S.U. Latin English Miss Hazel Culbertson B.S., Radford M.A., E.T.S.U. English Mrs. Jackie Mainous A. B., Emory and Henry English Mr. Frank W. Quillen B. A., Carson Newman English Speech; Drama Mrs. Emily Dougherty B.S., L.M.U. English General Science Mrs. Louise Quillen A. B., Duke University English Mrs. Diana Rogers B. S., Milligan English; Typing Science Guidance Mr. Joe Dougherty B.S., L.M.U. M.A., E.T.S.U. Biology Mr. Fred Greear B.S., Milligan Science; Math Mr. Lucian Dougherty B.S., Emory and Henry Science; Biology Mrs. Lynda Starnes B.S., Radford Chemistry; Science Mrs. Gladell McMillan B.S., E.T.S.U. M.A., E.T.S.U. Guidance Mr. Tony Cholokian B.S., Tusculum M.A., E.T.S.U. Guidance Mathematics Mrs. Myrtle Blessing B.S., Radford Algebra; Math Mr. Harry Fry B.S., Milligan M.A., Peabody College Geometry; Trigonometry Mrs. Maurine Hughes B.A., Carson Newman Wake Forest E.T.S.U. Algebra Mrs. Marie Miller B.S., E.T.S.U. Algebra; Physics Business Mrs. Lois Fry A.B., Milligan Office Practice Shorthand; Typing Mrs. Leola Olinger B.S., Radford B.S., E.T.S.U. General Business Mrs. Audrey Maddux B.A., Berea Sociology; History Mrs. Mabel Wing A.B., Berea Geography; History Social Science Mrs. Jean Blackburn B.S., Roanoke College Government Mrs. Frances Ann Culbertson Virginia Intermont B.S., E.T.S.U. History; Geography Mrs. Amna Greear A.B., L.M.U. Government History Vocational Education Mrs. Ellon Ramey B.S., Limestone Home Economics Mr. Roy Riffe B.S., V.P.I. Agriculture Mr. Larry Hartgrove B.S., E.T.S.U. Chorus; Music English Mr. Frank Wilson A.B., Western Kentucky Band Music Library Mrs. Edna Quillen B.S., University of Cincinnati Western Kentucky Librarian Mrs. Fostena Parkey E.T.S.U. B.S., Barber-Scotia Assistant Librarian Driver Education Mr. James Moore B.S., E.T.S.U. Driver’s Education 21 Physical Education Mrs. Shirley Foster A. B., Milligan Health and Phys. ED. Mr. Clifford Mainous B. S., Emory and Henry Health and Phys. Ed. Mrs. Helen Smith B.S., E.T.S.U. Health and Phys. Ed. Mr. John Vicars B.S., Milligan Health and Phys. Ed. Study Hall Mrs. Barbara Hartgrove Study Hall Mrs. Myrtle Valley Study Hall Mrs. Mae Smallwood Mrs. H. H. Cox Mr. McReynolds, Custodian “Now coach, I told you that there was a bone in that fish!” “Teachers attend the gala opening of a bottle of sprite. " “For a well-rounded figure you must eat a square meal.” Blue Devil Editor 1 Gary Cleek Putting together an annual takes many hours of planning and work on the part of the staff. Nevertheless, it has been a privilege to serve the student body in this capacity. We sincerely hope that this book will be not only one you may be proud of now, but one that will bring you pleasant memories in the years to come. To our faculty advisor, Mrs. Frances Ann Culbertson; our principal, Mr. James Olinger; and our many advertisers, the staff would like to express our gratitude for their help and co-operation. 26 Mr. and Miss Gate City High School Bill Blessing Betsy Honeycutt Senior BEST ALL AROUND Rebecca Carter Mark Catron MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Joyce Spangler Billy Richmond MOST COURTEOUS Cathy Sandidge Melvin Shelton MOST POPULAR Deborah Stallard MOST DEPENDABLE FRIENDLIEST Greg Carter Dell McConnell Geoffrey Coleman Penny Rasnick Superlatives MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Karen Gray Danny Buchtman Linda Carter MOST TALENTED Jerry Coleman MOST SCHOLASTIC Anita Musick Lynn Peters Sheila Jones BEST LOOKING Larry Rhoten WITTIEST Sandra Templeton MOST ATHLETIC Larry Carter Queenie Sanders Wayne McMeans Mr. and Miss Junior Jeff Baker Susan Greear Mr. and Miss Senior Patty Wood Terry Roberts w Judy Snodgrass Jimmy Harris Mr. and Miss Freshman Mr. and Miss Sophomore Dinah Smith Roger Free Gate City High School Homecoming Queen Penny Rasnick Junior Attendant — Kathy Quillen Sophomore Attendant — Kathy Wampler Freshman Attendant— Brenda Bright Senior Attendant— Margaret Wheeler Junior Attendant — Susan Greear Homecoming First you take a trailer Add a Frame One final inspection Stuff with napkins RIOE THE C flF.EN It all adds up to a winning float Hi Lites Wet birds seldom fly at night! Eat, drink, and be merry! Come out of there Coke! « V! Top Ten VALEDICTORIAN, Anita Musick SALUTATORIAN, Joyce Spangler Dell McConnell Bill Blessing In the Spring Our Thoughts Turn to . . . Golf — a new sport at G.C.H.S. A new track to make our team even better . A new baseball field to use for the first time this year . . . It’s New- Inside and Out “Gee, do you reckon he’s got the proof?” Miss Culbertson uses one of the new overhead A new lectern for Mr. Quillen’s speech classes Mary Dell Frazier uses the new dr copier for projectors records A new surface outside Machine age reaches the cafeteria o G.C.H.S. Band President: Mark Catron Vice-President: Linda Carter Secretary: Karen Brickey Reporter: Jerry Quillen Librarians: Pam Chapman Donna Ketron DRUM MAJORETTE Donna Ketron L. toR. Pam Miller Lou Fry Vicki Culbertson Chorus Club The Chorus Club consists of those students who enrolled in chorus and have a genuine interest in music. Under Mr. Hartgrove’s able guidance, the Chorus Club has added much to the school’s many programs and assemblies. Also, the Chorus Club usually gives an annual Christmas and spring concert, and almost always pro- duce at least one or two All-State Chorus members. 3TZ President: Deborah Todd Davenport Secretary: Sheila Jones Treasurer: Helen Grizzle Librarian: Jennifer Vermillion Reporter: Barbara Jones All-Regional Chorus Members FIRST ROW L. to R.: Shelia Jones, Helen Grizzle, Deborah Davenport, Carmen Rogers; BACK ROW: E. T. Darnell, Jerry Coleman, Mr. Larry Hartgrove, Director. Forensic and Dramatic The purpose of the Speech Club is to teach the members the fundamental principle of public speaking. It is the aim of the Speech Club to install in its members a sense of individual worth as citizens, not only of today but also of tomorrow. The presentation of “The Ten Little Indians” in the fall and of three one-act plays in the latter part of the year will highlight this year’s activities along with the club’s annual trip to the Barter Theater in Abingdon, Virginia. President: Jerry Quillen Vice-President: Susan Hammonds Secretary: Barbara Jones Reporter: Ronald McConnell Treasurer: Margaret Wheeler Speech Club presents Thanksgiving assembly. Brush and Palette The “Brush and Palette”, the Gate City High School Art Club, was organized with the purpose of developing the potential artist and art enthusiast. The ultimate aim of the “Brush and Palette” is to help the individual in his preparation to solve problems, to contribute in a personal way to life about him, to understand himself and others better, and to appreciate the place of art as a universal language. Commerce Club Girls must work hard to become good leaders. This year the Future Business Leaders of America was reorganized into the Commerce Club. The newly-formed organization gives valuable opportunities to those students wishing to enter the world of business. The Commerce Club provides experience for its members in bookkeeping, accounting, and introduces the concepts of economics. Membership in the club is usually restricted to only those students enrolled in a business course; however, any student who is interested in business may join. Officers: President: Sheila Jones, Vice-President: Helen Grizzle, Secretary: Rita Spears, Reporter: Janice Owens. Old members President: Billy Richmond Vice-President: Allen Smythe Secretary: Ricky Rhoton Treasurer: Joyce Spangler Reporters: Christine Tiller Mark McArthur Isn’t the flower interesting? The purpose of the Future Scientists of America is to promote both academic achievement and scholastic interests in the physical and biological sciences. This year’s club has strived to be the best since its organization. The club entered several projects in the Science Fair at Clinch Valley Col- lege in Wise, Virginia. At the end of the year, the members and sponsors may journey to Oak Ridge, Tennessee for a tour of the nuclear reactors there. FSA New members Senior Members of the National Honor Society President: Bill Blessing Vice-President: Charlie Broadwater Secretary: Karen Gray Treasurer: Linda Musick Reporter: Mark McArthur National Honor Society The members of the National Honor Society are proud of their standing because they have applied themselves well to their studies so they might become a part of this organization. In order to qualify for membership a student must meet very high standards. Established in 1959 our chapter of the National Honor Society, the Opeprudentia Chapter, has rendered many services. Though it is a nationwide organization, our Society centers mainly around activities within the school. Junior Members of the National Honor Society Senior Members Junior Clas The Junior Classical League is an organization composed of all students who are taking or have taken Latin. The club strives to promote Latin not only as a language, but also as a classical way of life. The Junior Classical League studies the history of ancient Roman and Greek civilization. The club has always been active in school affairs, and this year marks the first time the Junior Classical League has not built a float for the school’s annual homecoming football game. The activities of the Junior Classical League consist of an annual Latin initiation into the or- ganization, and a yearly spring dance. The club’s sponsor is Mrs. Davis. ical League President: Christine Tiller Vice President: Jimmy Harris Secretary: Larry Goode Treasurer: Carolyn Keith Reporters: Janice Quillen Judy Snodgrass Second-Year Members FT A The Future Teachers of America is composed of stu- dents interested in making a career of teaching. The Gate City High School Chapter of the F.T.A. was organized in December of 1964. The organization has a two-fold purpose: 1. To identify capable candidates for teaching, and to motivate them to choose appropriate fields of prep- aration. 2. To offer potential teachers experience in actual teaching situations, and to develop leadership and co- operation through work in various group projects. Officers President: Linda Musick Vice President: Cathy Sandidge Secretary-Treasurer: Debra Gillenwater Reporter: Karen G. Brickey. FTA enjoys helping other people. 50 Freshman members Senior members President: Allen Smythe Secretary: Jeff Baker Vice-President: Wayne McMeans Treasurer: Darwin Pippin Reporter: Hope Whiteman The Math Club is an organization of students who have an exceptional interest in mathematics. Any student who takes or plans to take Algebra 1 and 1 1, Plane Geometry, and either Trigonometry and Solid Geometry or Algebra 1 1 1 is eligible for membership in the club. Most of the members of the club plan to go to college. Can they work this hard problem? Library Club President: Lyvonne Page Vice President: Anita Easterling Secretary-Treasurer: Frankie Dowell The Library Club is a service organization, which consists of a volunteer group of students who assist in library work. The club has the multiple purpose of encouraging a greater interest among the stu- dents in libraries and library service, of stimulating reading interests; and of improving the library program in the school. Dewey who? j m ' J[ j rl W- w k N j mi b ft i n a 1Y s 1 F “’ F JM Safety Club Board Members: Danny Free Susan Hammonds Margaret Taylor Danny McCoy SDonsor: Mr. Jim Moore The primary purpose of the Safety Club is to promote and practice the rules of safe conduct. The club is concerned mainly with safety on the highway; however, safety in the home and school is also a big interest of the members. Woman Driver!! SEATED from L. to R: President: Linda Jones, Vice-President: Jeannie Gillenwater, Secretary: Lyla Bledsoe, Treasurer: Rhonda Peters, Reporter: Mildred Marrs, Historian: Janice Owens. SEC- OND ROW L to R: Recreation Leader: Karen Culbertson, Song Leader: Rita Spears, Photographer: Jean Gardner, Chaplain: Rita Benton, Parliamentarian: Susan McCoy, Art Editor: Janice Carrico. The F.H.A. provides opportunities for self-expression and pro- motes individual participation in many activities. The organization encourages a wider and better understanding of the value of home economics. The understanding of the significant place of the groups concerned with the home and family is vital to the learning. Every effort is made to provide opportunity for group co-operation in so- cial, educational, and civic projects. F.H.A. Girls are sending packages overseas. New members W . t t i cl vi f fm H 9 AY- m 1 L J w a dgi f. ki H f 1 1L ' | L fly S m L t t B u| - iV h b ■ V . 4 ; ■L4 i jLHb ij 1 V V W w, - • jp Spanish Club President: Larry Rhoten Vice-Presidents: Bobby Salyer David Lee Charles Green Secretary-Treasurer: Louise Owens Reporter: Joyce Derting The purpose of the Spanish Club is to encourage the practice of Span- ish and the familiarization of the member s with the customs, the litera- ture, and the arts of the Spanish-American people and thus to promote friendship between those countries and ours. Tequila? SEATED L. to R: Bill Richmond, Linda Musick, Betsy Honeycutt, Nancy DeSpain, Williams, David Wininger, Jerry Coleman; STANDING: Sonja Lawson, Valda Win- Karen Gray, Deborah Vermillion, Patty Wood, Rita Spears, Joyce Spangler, Joe inger, Barbara Dougherty, Carolyn Bowling, Karen Nunn, Gary Edwards. Blue Devil Staff The primary aim of the 1967 Blue Devil Staff was to make this year’s yearbook the best possible. We soon discovered that this was no mean feat. Many hours of planning and hard work were required. This year’s Blue Devil has many new features although some basic features were retained. We, the Blue Devil Staff, hope that you will enjoy your new year- book and will, in the future years, turn many times to these pages and to the days you should cherish always. We especially hope that this yearbook will keep part of this year alive in your memory forever. Very funny, Jerry, but we can’t use it in the annual! We owe much to this year’s Devil Dateline Staff. They have presented us with a school paper which was not only lively and entertaining but truly versatile. For ex- ample, there were a variety of articles featured, something of interest for every- one; and most important it appealed to the entire student body in that the same stu- dents were not featured time after time. We are indeed proud of the Devil Dateline Staff and especially of its sponsors and editors. Devil Dateline Staff F.F.A. The Future Farmers of America provides op- portunities for boys to gain a knowledge of farm- ing and agriculture, and also gives them a chance to demonstrate their skills in various projects. The organization enables its members to gain invalu- able experience in agriculture by teaching its mem- bers the concepts of farming in the field, as well as in the classroom. Officers: President: Danny Kilgore, Vice-President: Jimmy Harris, Secre- tary: Terry Lawson, Treasurer: Ronnie Lawson, Reporter: Alfred Gillen- water. Sentinel: Lowell Hammonds. Organizations at Work! aA ' e ine ant hi w Y % m % w±gm mSwkltlVrA Mike Bellamy Alex Broadwater Charlie Broadwater Jimmy Broadwater Terry Carter Randy Compton Ray Eads Mike Foster J.C. Frazier Johnny Frazier Jeff Baker Roger Free Jackie Gilliam Tommy Godsey Tommy Greear Danny Buchtman Greg Carter Sam Dennison David Dorton Kenneth Easterling Gilbert Smith David Stallard Scotty Hillman Roger Lane Harlow Leonard Jimmy McConnell Emerson McDavid Rodney Meade Billy Peters Dwight Porter Anthony Rogers Dale Smith Wayne Winegar Billy Jo Wolfe Clifford Hughes Bill Kerney Danny Lane Wayne McMeans David Tomlinson Hoyate Turner 1966 Football Schedule Head Coach Harry Fry Gate City Gate City Gate City Gate City Gate City Gate City Gate City Gate City Gate City Gate City 40 Pennington Gap 6 27 Lynn View 0 35 Pound 0 40 Haysi 0 41 Powell Valley 7 7 Appalachia 14 26 Wise 20 21 Clintwood 6 27 Coeburn 13 21 Church Hill 0 Captain Allen Smythe Muddy and Determined’ Coach John Vicars Coach C.G. Mainous Coach Jim Moore The 1966 Gate City High School football team completed another great season, winning nine games and losing only one. The sole defeat came at the hands of Lonesome Pine Champions Appalachia. It was a heart- breaker, 14 — 7, and forced the Devils to be content with second place in the District. The highlight of the season was the Blue Devil’s 21 — 0 win over Church- ill, the first time Gate City has ever defeated that team. Jeff Baker, the powerful fullback who rushed for over 1,600 yards, be- came the fourth Gate City football player to make the first string All- State team. Center Tommy Godsey was given Honorable Mention on the All-State team. Godsey and Baker also made the first string All-District Team. The men who guided the team through the season, the coaches, deserve special credit. On their shoulders rests the responsibility of getting the team ready for the upcoming season, which is really a trying task. Head Coach Harry Fry and assistant coaches John Vicars, C. G. Mainous, and Jim Moore are to be congratulated for the fine jobs they have done. 65 Mascot: Keener Fry 1967 Blue Devil Basketball Team Darwin Pippin Baskel Danny Meade 66 Coach John Vicars tball Ricky Rhoten Billy Gilliam Bill Blessing Mike Elliott Mike Foster Micky Willis Steve Sells Robert McGee Jimmy Osborne Varsity Basketball In keeping with past traditions, the Blue Devil basket- ball squad won their third consecutive Lonesome Pine District Championship. Coach John Vicars, who took over the helm last year as varsity basketball coach and led the ‘Devils to two straight district championships is to be commended on the fine job he has done. Congratulations are also in order for all the players who give their utmost in order to assure another Blue Devil victory. This year’s team, paced by Greg Carter, who was selected Most Valuable Player in the district, was the first in the school’s history to have an undefeated season. Coach Jim Moore Junior Varsity Basketball Under the guidance of Coach Jim Moore, in his first year as a coach at Gate City High School, the Junior Varsity Basketball team underwent a rebuilding season. With several players returning to the squad next year, much improvement can be expected. 69 David warms up for the hundred-yard dash at the District Meet. 70 Track coach C. G. Mainous Baseball coach Jim Moore History repeated itself for the Gate City High School track team, as the Blue Devil Thinclads brought home this second consecutive Lonesome Pine District track cham- pionship, and the third such championship in four years. Undefeated throughout the regular season, the Devils culminated a perfect season by copping the District title. Coach Mainous is to be congratulated for his fine work in coaching the track boys to so many victories over for- midable opponents. His wisdom and guidance help the faster boys on to even greater victories while he encour- ages the slower boys to improve their performance so as to help in the scoring. The 1967 season promises to be another exciting one, with the Blue Devil trackmen anxious to defend their undefeated record and District title. It has also been planned for the team to compete in the Virginia State Track Meet in the latter part of May. If past performances are any indication of things to come, the Blue Devil trackmen should retain their su- premacy in 1967. The 1966 Gate City High School team was determined to keep the school’s reputation of producing winning teams. Under the watchful eye of coach Harry Fry, the excellent pitching staff, alert infielders, fast outfielders, and hard-hitting batters produced another great season for the Blue Devils. The 1967 baseball team will be coached by Jim Moore, and with veterans returning at every position, the outlook is bright for another winning season. 71 Danny McCoy runs the mile in the district meet. Danny Buchtman Jeff Baker Roger Lane Bill Gilliam Melvin Shelton Keith Ervin Charlie Broadwater Greg Carter Gilbert Smith Lester Arnold — Manager Chain Gang Ernest McGee, Chuck Pendleton, Kenneth McGee. Ernie Oaks — Manager Mike Kerney — Manager Camera Crew Bill Blessing, Godfrey Coleman, Mike Elliott, Jimmy Osborne Working for encouragement! 1967 Varsity Cheerleaders from L to R: Beverly Broadwater, Janice Quillen, Deborah Stallard, Rita Smythe, Betty Chapman, and Rebecca Carter. Cheer! cheer! Testing Do the pegs fit? “Oh, say can you see Days Let’s dance Speech Club?? Could Mary Sue possibly be thinking of a new spring outfit? Robert Tabscott from the Kingsport Preaching Mission addressed the students Should quid ac uairrfr S Senior officers are from left to right: President — Danny Lane, Vice President — Jerry Coleman, Sec- retary — Wilma Templeton, Treasurer — David Wininger, and Reporter — Joe Williams Seniors Lyla Sue Bledsoe William Henry Blessing Linda Faye Blessing Pamela Faye Boy Karen Gaye Brickey Karen Louise Brickey Linda Joan Bright Phyllis Ann Burke Janice Kaye Carrico I mogene Carrier Gregory Franklin Carter Larry Aaron Carter Linda Sue Carter Roy Virgil Castle Mark Piety Catron Llyod Joseph Chapman Mark Daniel Buchtman Mildred Marie Carrier Rebecca Ann Carter Pamela Judy Chapman Gary Martin Cleek Margaret Ann Cleek Geoffrey McComb Coleman Jerry Charles Coleman Jimmy Ray Collins Linda Mae Collins Jack Bernard Cornett Eugene Carroll Darnell Richard Rhea Davis Ethel Viola Culbertson Johnnie Eargus Culbertson Larry Clarence Darnell Dana Phil Davis Zelma Janice Dulaney Sam Kay Dennison Nancy McKay DeSpain Michael Henry Cox Junior Lee Darnell Wendy Melissia Dean Martin Craig Dishner Rochelle Olivia Dobbins Frankie Rosemary Dowell Sammy Kay Eads Andrew Rex Easterling Kenneth Ray Easterling Wanda Carolyn Fleenor Frances Kay Fugate Larry Kenneth Gillespie Ronald Wayne Elliott Benny Lee Gardner Alfred Ray Gillenwater Billy Dan Gilliam Harland Jackson Ervin Robert Lee Fletcher Ewell David Gardner Debra Jo Gillenwater Sandra Sue Gilliam Arlena Claudette Flanary Danny Allan Free Hal Douglas Gardner Deanna Jean Gillenwater Karen Anne Gray Helen Jane Grizzle James Bertrand Henry Linda Gertrude Hillman Lowell Kay Hammond Albert Ray Hensley Helen Elizabeth Honeycutt Roy Leverne Hammonds Jerry Lee Hensley Clifford K. Hughes James Arnold Harris Orville David Hensley Robert Michael Jennings Listen Fleet, “Don’t Bug Me!” Ronald Gerald Lawson James Terry Lawson David Ross Lee Nellie Jean Leonard Sandra Lorene Jennings Patsy Owens Jessee Phillip D. Jimerson Sheila Alice Jones William Ray Kilgore Edith Elizabeth Lane Barbara Jean Jones William Keith Danny Ray Kilgore Ethel Vernell Lane Herman Kenneth Jones Donna Sue Ketron Harlan Danny Lane Betty Ann Jones William Henry Kerney Carolyn Jewel Lane James Grady Long Anna Clouteen McConnell Loretta Sue McConnell Linda Faye McMurray Helen Elizabeth Marcum Harold Onie Marshall A1 media Dell McConnell Ronald Edgar McConnell Linda Faye McDavid Phillip Michael McGee Linda Ann McNew Ronald Jerry McMurray Joseph David Moody John Mark McArthur Sammy Ray McConnell Paul Wayne McMeans Betty Jean Mabe Danny Ray Meade James Thomas Meade Michael Stephen Moore It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No! It’s Super — Senior Class Ring! John Sam Mullins David Carroll Nichols Paul Edward Osborne Peggy Sue Mullins Earnie Glenn Oaks Retha Lyvonne Page Anita Jeanette Musick Jackie Terry Olinger Brenda Panned Linda Elizabeth Musick Janice Paulette Owens Linda Carol Parks Martha Ervin Pendleton Carol Fleenor Porter Pamela Carol Pullon Lynda Sue Quillen Billy Joe Quillen Howard Ervin Quillen Lynn Edward Peters Angie Maureen Pullon Jerrol Edsel Quillin Ronald Keith Reed Larry Hicklen Rhoton Richard Ray Rhoten William Frank Richmond Kenneth Riner Queenie Ann Sanders Ronald Loyd Shaffer Julie Colleen Smith Larry Wayne Spivey Terry Lynn Roberts Edgar Bryant Sandidge Danny Wayne Shelton Dudley Allen Smythe Deborah Joan Stallard Catherine Lynn Sampson Darlene Shivley Byrd Rita Sue Spears Patricia Lou Strong Carmen Helene Rogers Melvin Wayne Shelton Joyce Ann Spangler Rebecca Rose Steffey Gerald Willard Scalf Mary Rebecca Tankersley Linda Carol Taylor Christine Tiller James Michael Taylor Sandra Kaye Templeton Deborah Todd Davenport Gordon David Tomlinson George Bayward Vanzant Deborah Gaye Vermillion Ronald R. Vermillion Wilma Delores Templeton Hoyate Lee Turner, Jr. Rita Faye Wampler Mary Elizabeth White Freddie Hope Whiteman n Sherry Lynn Wells Margaret Lou Wheeler Brenda Jane Williams Frank Albert Winegar, Jr. Joe Floyd Williams Vilas Ann Williams Charlie Mitchell Winegar Virginia Stella Winegar David Paul Wininger Terry Lee Wolfe Patricia Sue Wood Steven Michael Wood Kathy Sue Wright Junior Class Class officers STANDING left to right are: President, Johnny Osborne; Vice-President, Susan Greear; Secretary, Rickie Catron; Treasurer, Bettilynn Gay; Reporter, Joyce Derting Judy Absher Ronnie Adams Darlene Addington David Alley Lester Arnold Elaine Austin Calvin Baker Gary Baker Dale Bellamy Mike Bellamy Robert Bellamy Gerald Bishop Norma Bishop Carolyn Bowling Phil Brickey f Judy Bridwell Elizabeth Bowen Marianna Brooks Carolyn Burke Janet Broadwater Judy Calhoun Walter Cassell Ronny Chapman Sue Calhoun Betty Chapman Teresa Carter Linda Chapman Rickie Catron Beverley Broadwater Carolyn Calhoun r ' )T l l Karen Catron W Sandra Chapman Janet Cornett Karen Culbertson Ronnie Davidson Randall Dean Sharon Culbertson Eritt T. Darnell Judith Davidson Keith Davidson William Dean Timmy Dougherty Ronald Estepp Billy Falin Karen Fink Mary Flanary Wilma Flanary Tommy R. Francisco Christine Fraysier Freddie Frazier Margaret Frazier Susan Free Hiram Gardner Max Gardner Carolyn Gibson Carolyn Jean Gibson Nancy Gilreath Bettilynn Gay Anthony Glover Larry Goode Scotty Gose Susan Greear Charles Green Vickie Grizzle Judy Grigsby Susan Hammond I Sue Ann Harper Jimmy Harris Dennie Haynes Garrith Hansley Ola Hensley Teresa Herron Jimmy Hobbs Terry Kilgore Ray Kilgore Frances Hommell Brenda Horton Danny Jones Patty Herron Dana Housewright Mary Ison Sharon Jenkins Carolyn Keith Mike Kilbourne Linda Jones Linda Kindle Janice Kinkead Susan Kirby Robert McGee Sharon McMeans Jerry McMurray Reva McMurray Steve McMurray R. V. Mann Mildred Marrs Patricia Marrs Sonia Musick Billy Penley Donald W. Peters Lynn Oaks Jimmy Osborne Louise Owens Johnny Osborne Joanne Peters Rachel Peters Rhonda Peters Deborah Pierson Darwin Pippin Loretta Powers Linda Puckett Jack Pyle Brenda Quillen Charles Quillen Hobart Quillen Hudean Ramey Patricia Salee Gary Lee Spivey Dennis Ramey Mary Ross Janice Quillen Mike Redwine Ronald Reed Kathy Quillen ( Cathy Ramey Edna Rinehart Bobby Salyer Linda Salyer Elizabeth Sandidge Steve Sells Gilbert Smith Lester Spivey Rita Smythe Peggy Stefley Harold Spears Brenda Stokes Terry Spears Linda Stokes Harold Tate Gary Wallen Mickey Willis Raymond Tankersley Jennifer Vermillion Larry Williams Wanda Tankersley Rita Vermillion Renda Williams Margaret Taylor Beverly Williams k Dwain Wininger Wayne Wininger Jane Templeton I CLASS OFFICERS R. TO L. President; Jerry Gillenwater, Vice-president; Jimmy Harris, Secretary; Tommy Godsey, Treasurer; Judy Snodgrass, Reporter; Susan Phillippi Sophomores Sammy Arnold Pamela Baker John Baldwin Wesley Ball Donna Barker Carol Bellamy Agnes Berry James Bishop Barbara Blair Rita Benton Harold Bishop Brenda Bledsoe Brenda Bowlin Ernie Bright Lanny Bright Alex Broadwater Jimmy Broadwater Kiline Burke Jimmy Byrd Glenna Calhoun Roger Carico Donald Carrier Barbara Castel Robert Catron Marianne Cleek Randall Compton Harold Cornett Jerry Cox Lana Culbertson Tommy Culbertson Phil Culbertson Bobby Darnell Geneva Darnell Carol Davidson Randall Davidson Billy Joe Dean Edna Mae Dean Elizabeth Dean Diane Dingus Aneta Dockery Doris Eads Joann Eaton Gary Edwards Euel Elliott Keith Ervin Roger Estepp Joy Fields Marvin Gardner Margaret Fugate Glenda Flanary J. C. Frayzier Michael Foster David Frank Robert Garland Allen Gibson Danny Gillenwater Jerry Gillenwater Joan Gibson Jimmy Harris Kristina Gott Valerie Gray Sharon Grimm Lynna Hall Judy Hammond Patty Harris Nancy Herron Jack Hobbs Yvonne Housewright Myron Huff Rufus Hurd Donna Jennings Brenda Jennings Tommy Jennings Robert Jarett Karen Lane Allen Kilgore Emelene Kimbler Ray Kerney Doris Kimbler Linda J. Lane HEY! Who’s stealing our napkins?? Linda P. Lane Peggy Lane 103 Ronnie Mays Barry McCarley Dane McClellan Roger McClellan Ronnie McClellan Brenda McConnell Jimmy McConnell Susan McCoy Greg McDavid Sam McGee Rosa Lee McMurray Nancy McNew Carolyn McNutt Debra Meade Johnny Meade Rodney Meade Carla Jo Moore Jimmy Murphy Johnny Noe Redina Osborne Billy Wayne Osborne Carol Paris Chuck Pendleton Barbara Peters Betty Peters Billy Peters Charlene Peters Eugene Peters Rudine Peters Susan Peters Susan Phillippi Nancy Pippin Dwight Porter Gayle Price Christine Pyle Mike Ramey Bobby Reed Patricia Reed Mike Renfro Grant Robinette Anthony Rogers Darlene Sailing Marie Salyer Marvin Salyer Jane Sanders Dennis Shelton Carter Smallwood Ann Smith Billy Smith Dale Smith Gary Smith Gerald Smith Janet Smith Jimmy Smith Marshall Smith Judy Snodgrass Theresa Sorah Barry Spears Phyllis Spears Richard Spears George Spivey h Bill Tarter Danny Spivey Roy Strong David Stallard Bonnie Taylor Judy Tipton Angela Tomlinson Ronnie Vicars Fred Walker Kathy Wampler Sharon Vicars Brenda Wa rd Larry Wallen Sallie Warren Dale Whetsel IfO Rita Wilcox Danny Williams Well, don’t just look at it — Drink it!!! 107 FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS President — Wayne Winegar Vice-President — Dinah Smith Reporter — Patricia Rodgers Secretary — Bobby Hill Treasurer — Allen Smith Cathy Alley Clay Anderson Freshmen Linda Baker Nat Baker Patricia Barber f Cathy Barnett Larry Bartlett Eddie Bellamy Fred Bellamy Tommy Benton Danny R. Bishop JL Danny W. Bishop Lyndell Blankenblecker Sue Blessing Patti Bolling Billy Booher Terry Bowen Correna Bowers Riley Boy Peggie Bradshaw Pat Bridwell Bobby Bright Brenda Bright J.B. Broadwater Verlinda Broadwater Freda Byrd Larry Carter Terry Carter Earle Casteel Larry Allen Castle Larry Catron Tommy Catron Jennie Chapman Tony Chapman David Clark Linda Clark Gary Cleek Lenise Clendenin Rose Ella Coleman Leland Bascomb Compton Denver Cox Dennis Cox Hal Cox Sandra Kaye Cox Susan Cox Bill Culbertson Charlene Culbertson Mike Culbertson Betty Agnes Davidson Danny Davidson Janet Davidson Johnny Davidson Phillip Edward Davidson Rosalee Davidson Rosalee Davis Barbara Ann Dean Clyde Dean Nina Dean Terry W. Dean David Dean Betty Jo Derting Keith Derting Troy Doran Barbara Dougherty Ronald Emmert Deborah Esteep Deborah DeSpain Norma Dillowe Hope Dougherty Lynn Dougherty Debbie Flanary Jerry Fleenor Tommy Dishner Wayne Dishner Preston Dougherty Nancy Elliott Judy Fleenor Elmer P. Fletcher Bobby France Carolyn Sue France Johnny C. Frazier Rodger Free Sherry Fuller James Martin Gardner Tony Gardner Marvin Gibson Glenna Sue Gillenwater Martin Gillenwater Phyllis Gillenwater Kathy Gilliam Larry Gilliam Michael Gilliam Sammy Gilliam Barry Glenn Terry Godsey Tommy Greear Brenda Grizzle Jackie Hamilton Donald Hamm Jackie Gilliam Larry Glover Lonnie Henderson Brenda Henry Charles Henry Sammy Henry Diann Hensley Larry Joe Hensley Billy Herren Evelyn Herron Linnie Herron Laura Hicks Bobby Hill Carolyn Herron Scotty Hillman Dale Hobbs Harlan Hobbs Barbara Hutchins Susie Huff Martha Jennings Rebecca Jennings Dennis Jones Judith Jones Richard Jones Vicki Jones Kathy Kane Mary Ann Kane Wilma Kilgore Billy Lane Edith Lane Rita Lane Ronnie Lane Billy Lark Gary Lark Carl Lawson Sonja Lawson Patsy Ann Lemmons Bernice Leonard Harlow Leonard Delores Lowe June Mabe Jimmy Marshall Tommy Martin Elizabeth Mills Dennis Jennings Rosemary Jones Judy Carol Lane Toni Lindamood Woody Minnich Sharon Monroe Billie Murphy Rosella Owens Wanda Peters Jimmy Quillen Billy Moore Glenn McMurray Sandra Napier Ricky Page Emma Jean Pierson Pam Quillen Eugene McClellan Jackie McMurray Jfh Ernest McGee Daniel McMurray William L. Moss Elizabeth Owens Patricia Peters Jessie Qualls Ronald Ramsey Frank McMurray Suzanne Newman Nanc y Parks Donnie Pierson Emerson McDavid Patsy McMurray Janet Newton Darlene Peters Charlotte Presley Betty Ramey Ronnie McMurray Paul Oaks Christine Price Patricia Ramey June Peters Tommy Ramsey David Repass Patsy Repass Carolyn Rhoton Jerlene Rhoton Patricia Rodgers Elizabeth Roberts Judy Russell Anthony Salyer Pam Salyer Sherry Sampson Sherri Shaffer Beverly R. Shelley James Sizemore Allen Smith Dinah Smith Kenneth Smith Marilyn F. Smith Sandra Smith Sharon Smith Patsy Spivey Carol L. Stallard Robert Starnes Ronald Steffey Shela Smith Wanda Smith Kathy Smythe Danny Spears Beulah Starnes David Starnes Bill Sexton Janet Starnes Deborah Stokes Sammy Stokes Leta Sumner Linda Tankersley Edith Taylor Mike Taylor Emma Templeton Coleen Tipton Carolyn Taylor Donald Taylor Della Tipton Peggy Tipton Thelma Tipton Rebecca Turner Anita Vanzant Billy Vermillion Frank Wade Kay Wampler Linda Ward Janice M. Williams Janis L. Williams Marcenna Lou Williams TeddiWinegar Wayne Winegar Eddie Ray Wininger Sherry Wininger Terry Wininger Loretta Wolfe Is Mrs. Culbertson going to make a touchdown? ! Kingsport BEAUTIFUL FLOORS BY BROWN ' S CUSTOM SHOP Tennessee BAKERY- FRESH READ MODERN BAKERY Kingsport, T5 (WASlTE Tennessee SERV-ALL, INC. 928 West State Street Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia Institutional Wholesalers ee Johnson City Bristol Kingsport " NOTHING IS PERMANENT IN FASHION BUT GOOD TASTE ' " KINGSPORT LAUNDRY 619 West Sullivan Street WMCH RADIO serving upper East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia since 1 954 HARRIS GROCERY Virginia B B RADIO AND TV Sales and Service " ' Complete Service at Reasonable Prices” Weber City, Virginia KINGSPORT OFFICE SUPPLY GRAHAM SCHOOL PICTURES, INC. Edgemont at .Duncan St. Bristol, Tennessee • JAMES C. GRAHAM Kingsport, Heating, Sheet Metal Work, Air Conditioning, and Roofing JOHNSON-HILLIARD INC. 1100 East Industry Drive PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Kingsport, Tenn. NORTON, CENTER STREET RESTAURANT " Quality Food Served In a Pleasant Atmosphere” 245-3851 Kingsport, Tennessee VIRGINIA You ' re in the Pepsi Generation LUCILLE’S BEAUTY SHOP SPECIALIZING IN HAIR SHAPING, STYLING, AND COLORING Gate City, Virginia Phone: 386-7641 DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO., INC. Slt ieppep Virginia QUILLEN HARDWARE COMPANY F. R. Quillin E. A. Quillin Phone: 386-3691 OVER 63 YEARS OF SERVICE 0r Gate City, Virginia ft _vt ntth . APPALACHIAN POWER COMPANY Dusk to Dawn Automatic Outdoor Lighting Service Off at Dawn, ... As Automatic as Sunset Only $4 monthly CLEO BARNIE GROCERY Groceries — Shell Gas and Oil Route 2, P.O. Box 265 Gate City, Virginia CHRIS DEPT. STORE Where Your Dollar Buys More Quality Merchandise at Low Cost Gate City, Va. DON’S MOTORS AND MOBILE HOMES NEW AND USED CARS " See us for quality and lowest prices " Don Billings Phone: 386-3494 Hubert “Si” Sivert Phone: 386-7706 Gate City, Virginia Phone: 386-3301 2 ? Compliments of QUICKWAY ENGINE CO. Engine Rebuilders — Engine Parts Wholesale 417 Clay Street Kingsport, Compliments of WEBER CITY SERVICE STATION Weber City, Virginia Phone: 386-7213 HOB NOB DRIVE-IN Custards k |L Sandwiches Short Orders Gate City, Virginia Phone: Gl 2-4538 L Custards ♦ W BROADSTREET FURNITURE CO. " Where Good Furniture Is Not Expensive ' Kingsport, Tennessee DARREL BOLLING-AGENT NATIONWIDE INSURANCE COMPANIES COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE AUTO, FIRE, LIFE, HOSPITALIZATION Gate City, Virginia Phone: 386-6141 PROFESSIONAL MEN OF SCOTT AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES PAPER HAS BROUGHT YOU A LONG WAY, RICKY ... And there’s ever so much more paper coming to serve you ... in hundreds of ways ... all your life long! This year Ricky Rhoten will use nearly 500 pounds of paper . . . from Christ- mas wrappings to corrugated paper boxes, magazines and a driver’s license . . . in fact, every American will use an average of 500 pounds of paper and paper products . . . even more next year. MEAD i THE MEAD CORPORATION ADDINGTON OIL CO. DISTRIBUTOR- SHELL OIL PRODUCTS WHEN YOU THINK OF FUEL OIL, THINK OF ADDINGTON OIL JENNY’S BEAUTY SALON FOREMOST DAIRIES 386-2951 Gate City, WHITE CLOUD SPEEDWASH Phone 246-8106 Virginia Kingsport, Tennessee 386-9511 Weber City, Virginia BURGER CHEF 247-3231 Lynn Garden Drive Tennessee RHOTON SMITH FURNITURE CO. Easy Terms, Big Trade-Ins See Us First We Will Not Be Undersold Phone 386-7462 Weber City, Virginia THE FOOD SHOP MARKET Gate City and HENRY’S MARKET Weber City Virginia D. C. SLOAN’S DEPT. STORE Furniture and Dry Goods I I oLpjainl: FIRST WITH THE FEATURES WOMEN WANT MOST 386-3491 Gate City, Virginia -- GRIMM’S GROCERY ESSO gas and oil Route 3 Gate City, CONGRATULATIONS JACK QUILLEN INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Main Street Gate City, Virginia Visit DOBYNS-TAYLOR Seven Big Depts. to Serve you Hardware — Furniture — Toys Sporting Goods — Jewelry Appliance Service Depts. Let Us Serve You K ingsport, Tennessee Virginia 386-7361 Tennessee Weber City Compliments of PHILLIP’S FURNITURE CO. Phone: Virginia 386-7121 CLINCH MOTORS INC. Ford GATE CITY PHARMACY Complete Prescription Service Your Rexall Store Phone: Day 386-3841 or 386-3001 Night 386-7573 Whitman’s Candy Owned Operated HOME FEDERAL Savings Loan Association of Johnson City (Home Office) Greenville and Kingsport BROADWATER TRADING COMPANY Your Red " A " Feed Dealer Gate City, Virginia 386-3652 BALL BROS. FURNITURE Kingsport, DIXIE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Bristol, Virginia Food...Friends...Fun Compliments of ADDINGTON CHEVROLET c ° ,b “ r " ' vi ' 9 " ” things go better.i .with Coke BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY THE BLANKFIELD COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Bristol, DE VAULT’S INC. Phone 669-7521 14 Lee Street AWWW j Virginia WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Your Family Store Where Your Money Buys More Phone 386-7491 JOHN KANE TIRE AND RECAPPING New Tires — Tractor Tires All Work Guaranteed Gate City, Virginia Phone 386-3731 SCOTT SONS JEWELERS Fine Diamonds of Distinction Fine, Wyler, Bulova, Le Coultre Watch Your Authorized Bulova Accutron Dealer Home of Finer Jewelry Gate City, Virginia Dial: 386-3482 386-7334 Weber City, Virginia Compliments of THE FARMER’S EXCHANGE BANK Coeburn, Virgi nia ST. PAUL BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., INC. mfg. of Concrete, Cinder, Clinchite Blocks, Lumber Builders Material St. Paul, Virginia Congratulations GRADUATES THE WORLD IS YOURS Now, Let Us Bring The World To Your Doorstep Every Day KINGSPORT News (Daily Mornings) Times (Daily Evenings) Times-News (Sunday) ROBERTS BODY SHOP First Class Metal Work and Body Painting Official Inspection Station Yuma, Virginia Phone 386-3902 Night Phone 386-3977 SHONEY’S BIG BOY 2227 Fort Henry Drive Phone 247-8185 Kingsport Tennessee “Get a King size deal’’ KSm FORD SALES, INC. Gate City, Virginia Phone: 386-6111 Kingsport, Tennessee BAYLOR-NELMS FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. Kingsport ' s Largest Furniture Store 125-131 Broad Street Phone: 245-4159 NICKEL’S PRODUCE CO. ti] ijj f Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables Gate City, Virginia Phone: 386-7972 f MOUNTAIN VIEW ESSO MARKET E. B. McConnell, owner Nickelsville Highway Gate City, Va. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINT STORE Phone: 386-3388 Weber City, CONSULT US Virgil CITY ESSO STATION Gate City, £sso Virginia Standard Products Operated By P. H. and D. N. Herron Compliments of VIRGINIA FURNITURE MART Hotpoint Appliances Hit Records Complete Household Furniture Phone: 386-341 1 Weber City, Ttotpoint Virginia RICHMOND HARDWARE CO. COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE V S PAINT J. A. McCURRY AUTO PARTS Automotive Supplies 521 Truxton Drive PHONE: 386-7902 Phone: 246-6101 Kingsport, Tenn. Your friendly 0AKW00D MARKETS Home of K-Saver Stamps Double Stamps with Each $25 Order GATE CITY, Kingsport, (Jis I WadL a ScREvjJtijiwJe. fc VIRGINIA SCOTT COUNTY HERALD-VIRGINIAN scon COUNTY HERALD-VIRGINIAN, INC. Published every Thursday Gate City, Virginia ) Phone: 386-7027 JACK’S BIG BOY GRILL The best in home cooked meals HOME OF: Jack’s Catering Service Dining Room or Curb Service Short Orders Sandwiches Ice Cream Weber City, Shakes Banana Splits Sundaes Virginia In forty-five years, Tennessee Eastman has grown from a small group of de- termined men to an industrial force of over 9,500 people. The Company’s continuing growth is due, in no small measure, to the loyal and dedicated efforts of these men and women. George Eastman once said “What we do during our working hours determines what we have; what we do in our leisure hours determines what we are.’’ These 9,500 Eastman people and their families, joining with their neighbors in the civic, religious, governmental and recreational activities of their communities have made a better place in which to live. Doing their share in their leisure hours has, indeed, determined what they are — and helped make their commu- nities what they are. TENNESSEE EAST The Company is proud of the contribution Eastman people have made to the progress of their communities. By growing and prospering, Eastman makes a contribution to the economy of the area. Through wages, salaries and benefits paid, materials purchased, taxes, and transportation costs paid in Kingsport, Eastman’s contribution to the area’s economy has grown steadily through the years. For the year 1965, this contribution exceeded 130,000,000. Paid to and for the benefit of Eastman employees in Tennessee only 86,534,000 Freight and express paid by Eastman in Kingsport 13,207,000 Materials and services purchased from firms in Tennessee (including coal from Virginia Kentucky) 28,422,000 Taxes paid by Eastman in Tennessee (exclusive of Federal taxes) 4,863,000 Less products sold to Tennessee customers 133,026,000 1,868,000 Trade balance to Tennessee and Kingsport area 131,158,000 The figures shown here do not include wage and salary payments made to Holston Defense Corporation employees, nor the materials and services purchased by that organization. Holston Army Ammu- nition Plant is a government installation which HDC, an Eastman organization, operates under contract. Its operation also adds ma- terially to the economy of the area. MAN COMPANY ' Firestone KINGSPORT ROBERT’S TIRE RECAPPING CO. NEW CAR DEALERS Complete Tire Service S H Green Stamps ASSOCIATION FIRESTONE DEALER Phone 386-3117 LATIMER-LOONEY CHEVROLET, INC. ANDERSON FORD, INC. ALLEY’S PLYMOUTH CENTER, INC. Weber City Virginia MILLER AND ISON PRODUCE CO. Your Friendly Purina Dealer BARNES MOTORS, INC. m y oin MORHF ikit Gate City Virginia LUA ULUj V V. DILL, 1 INv_ . TOM YANCEY, INC. CITY CAB Day and Ni ght Service Seven Days a Week HARRY MILLS, INC. Phone 386-6022 Gate City Virginia SOLO SUZUKI Kingsport Cycle Center 1181 Fort Henry Drive Kingsport Tennessee FURNITURE TV’s APPLIANCES Dial 247-7681 For Top Service That Can’t Be Beat Go To PETE’S 410 West Center Street Kingsport, Tennessee PETE’S POLY CLEAN “For PETE’S sake’’ and the sake of your clothes Use PETE’S POLY CLEAN Compliments of Weber City, CLEO’S BEAUTY SHOPPE Phone: 386-3781 WEBER CITY CONCRETE PRODUCTS SCOTT COUNTY MOTOR CO. Virginia General Auto Repair Harold DeSpain, owner Gate City, Virginia Phone: 386-3811 KRISLEE’S DEPT. STORE Phone: 386-3323 " Knowingly We Will Not Be Undersold " Weber City, Gate City, J. A. COUNTS SON Serving Scott County With the Best in Jewelry CHAPMAN BROS. LUMBER CO. " Everything for Building " Let ' s Be " Frank " About It The Best Place to Buy FRANK’S FOOD COMPANY Food Service Equipment Under Institutional Wholesale Virgi, 247-7629 HARRY B. WELLS STATE FARM INSURANCE Gate City, Virginia Phone: 386-3811 Gate City, Virginia PAL’S 3 LOCATIONS Kingsport, Tennessee KINGSPORT PAINT WALLPAPER Interior Decorations 500 East Center Street phone 245-4341 Kingsport, Tennessee DALTON S YOUNG MEN’S SHOP Store For Dad And Lad 241 East Center At Cherokee 247-7041 Kingsport A G ELECTRIC CO. AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER CATHERINE’S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 386-7515 Weber City Virginia TV and appliances Phone: 386-7531 Weber City, Virginia DEE’S CLEANERS One Hour Cleaning Rug Service, Storage, Draper, Water Repellent Phone 386-7131 Gate City Virginia MONKEY’S CITY MARKET ‘WE CUT PRICES” Phone: 386-7841 puritu Gate City, Virginia enriched BREAD We Buy Lynn Garden, Since 1925 GUY’S UPHOLSTERING We Trade We Sell NICKEL’S SPEED SHOP Auto Parts and Accessories Phone: 386-6442 Weber City, Va. JOHNSON-McCONNELL INSURANCE CO For all types of Insurance Broadwater Bldg. Gate City, Va. Charles Broadwater, owner Phone: 386-3861 Compliments of: MOCCASIN GAP ESSO Phone: 386-9967 Weber City, Virginia SCOTT COUNTY FUNERAL HOME, INC. Air Conditioned Chapel W. H. BOWLING Oxygen Equipped Ambulance DEPT. STORE Phone: 386-7629 Gate City Virginia SCOn FARMERS COOPERATED, INC. E. M. Craft, Pres. Phone: 386-7862 Dick Odle, Mgr. Gate City, Virginia Buy Cooperatively and Save Compliments of: Tennessee JIMMY DYE USED CARS " THE WALKING MAN ' S FRIEND " Weber City Phone 386-7342 Virginia CAMPUS DRIVE-IN Gate City, Virginia crfdmikal JIMMY’S FURNITURE APPLIANCES HAYNES MOTOR CO. Maytag — Admiral Appliances Auto Repair and Painting Complete Household Furnishings Hobert Haynes, owner Nickelsville, Tennessee Gate City, DONALD’S FURNITURE R. M. DOUGHERTY INS. GENERAL INSURANCE COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Virginia Sears Kingsport, Tennessee SAYS “Congratulations” and extends a personal invitation to all ‘teens’ to visit “JUNIOR BAZAAR’’ “THE STUDENT SHOP’’ at Sears in Kingsport, the place where fashion begins 1001 North Eastman Road Kingsport, Tennessee 386-7412 Gate City, Virginia Q. S. Q. SUPER MARKET Gate City Virginia T AYLOR DRIVE-IN THEATER Phone 386-7223 WHITE WEBER CITY FLORAL Complete Floral Service Day Night 386-7031 Weber City Virginia Virginia P. H. NICKELS DEPT. STORE Gate City Virginia SCOTT COUNTY LUMBER HARDWARE Phone: 386-7401 Weber City, Virginia NUNN’S SUPERMARKET Quality Groceries and Meats Congratulations to The Class of ’67 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SULLIVAN COUNTY Kingsport, Tennessee Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System j. fred Johnson Compliments of W. M. ADDINGTON GROCERY Phone: 386-3076 Hilton ' s Virginia Dial 386-3251 25 years of leadership service, quality and famous brand name merchandise for East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia Corner of Broad and Center Kingsport, Tennessee GLASS ELECTRIC FURNITURE CO. 1 54 Commerce Street Kingsport Tennessee J. C. McGEE’S GROCERY General Merchandise Esso Products HUMBLE 386-3629 Yuma Virginia GATE CITY FUNERAL HOME Air Conditioned Chapel Oxygen Equipped Ambulances Two-Way Radio 386-7021 Gate City Virginia HOME SUPPLY CO. Appliances Wkstinghouse Furniture Empire, Bassett, and Rowe Harry G. Pen ley Gate City, Virginia Phone 386-3981 YUMA RURITAN CLUB Community Recreation Park Yuma Virginia Put yourself in scoring position by not selling your security short. A career based on good financial background can give you confidence, enhance your success. Start your savings account today at KINGSPORT FEDERAL. Whenever you need cash for college, for emergencies or for investments. you can depend on your savings that have been earning for you daily. Save now for distant goals go all the way for a touchdownl Full time earnings for you r savings at KINGSPORT FEDERAL is the best way to score in the game of life! SERVING YOUR SAVINGS ANDLOAN NEEDS SINCE 1930 FARMERS WAREHOUSE 1 2 BIG STAR WAREHOUSES 1 2 Milton Huggins LeRoy Townsend Clyde Chilton Joe Pell COZART’S SCOTT COUNTY TOBACCO BOARD of TRADE New WAREHOUSE Bill Creumpton, Mgr. BRABSON FURNITURE CO. East Jackson Street “Where The Price Is Right ' Phone: 386-3921 ELLIOTT SHELL GRADY AUTO PARTS Compliments of BROADWATER DRUG 217 West Jackson Street “Your Prescription Store” Gate City, Virginia Phone: 386-7541 Gate City 386-3051 Virginia Activities Administration Advertising Athletics Band Basketball Baseball Blue Devil Staff Brush and Palette Cheerleaders Chorus Club Classes Contents Dedication Devil Dateline Staff Editor’s Message Faculty Features Football Footlighters Freshman Class Future Business Leaders Future Farmers Future Homemakers . . . Future Scientists Future Teachers INDEX 4-7,10-11 . . . 14-23 . 116-140 . 4,60-77 . . . 40-41 . . . 66-69 . . . 71-72 56 44 . 74-75 . . . 42 78-115 . . . . 1 Hi-Lites Homecoming Home Room Representatives Junior Class Junior Classical League .... Library Club Math Club Mr. and Miss Freshman Mr. and Miss G. C. H. S. Mr. and Miss Junior Mr. and Miss Senior Mr. and Miss Sophomore . . National Honor Society Operational Personnel Organizations Principal’s Message . 18-22 . 24-37 Scott County School Board . 62-65 Senior Class . . . . 43 Senior Superlatives 108-115 Sophomore Class .... 45 Spanish Club . . . . 58 . . . . 54 Top Ten Seniors . . . . 46 Theme Pages . . . . 50 Track . . 35 32-33 8-9 . 92-99 . 48-49 . . . . 52 . . . . 51 . . . . 31 . ... 27 . . . . 30 . . . . 30 . . . . 31 . . . . 47 . . . . 22 . 38-59 . . . . 17 . 14-15 . 80-91 . 28-29 100-107 . . . . 55 . . . . 35 .. 1-13 . 70-71 $ L | S i PINE REGIONAL LIBRARY 3 1720 01015 2508 ■ ■ ' IS ■ WSW ' ■ 5 ; 1 . ■ ! !»§! ■ mmM m m m im $ mmt ■ ' , • . ' ■■• , . ; ' ■ ' -v t « . w 1 f ; ws, • . -v w ' •- i ' mm ppis stsffii vV?i W
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