Giles High School - Shield Yearbook (Pearisburg, VA)

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3QQ a ' ns SSES ORGANIZATIONS FACULTY F Giles High School Building Foi Winning and Losing 4 n Retrospect he Future Spartans and Spirit Sunshine and Showers 5 The Class of 1966 . . . THE CLASS OF 1966 -- IN RETROSPECT The history of the Class of 1966 is the history of Giles High School. In November, 1961, 277 eighth graders were among the 1078 students of Giles High School. When the school opened in September, the building had not been completed. For two months, GHS students attended classes in the former Eggleston, Newport, Pearisburg, and Pem- broke High Schools, while athletic teams met to practice after school. When, at last, Giles High was opened in November, there was no cafeteria, gymnasium, choral room, band room or auditorium. Students ate packed lunches in homerooms and traveled to elementary schools for physical education, band, and chorus. As eighth graders, the class had had the unique experience of being among a whole school of students learning to find their way in a new building. When the year ended the building had been completed and a pattern had been set for future years at GHS The annual and newspaper were named, athletic teams organized, and representatives of the eighth grade helped to select the design for the school ring. Officers of the eighth grade were Boyce Falls, Sonya Albert, Junie Adams, and Brenda Young. As Freshmen in 1962-63, the class became more involved in school activities by participating in clubs and ath- letic events. The class was led that year by Boyce Falls, Skipper Williams, Brenda Dowdy, Becky Cumbee, and Dickie Douthat. The Sophomore year, 1963-64, marked the halfway point in the class ' s history. Class members became Honor Society members and helped to bring Giles its first winning football season which included the end of Narrows High ' s thirty-two-game winning streak. Libby Munsey was crowned Miss GHS 1964 — the first of three class members to win the honor. Led by Donnie Martin, Skipper Williams, Brenda Dowdy, Betsy Ingram, and Sonya Albert, the class ' s Junior year was one of its most successful years in high school. The Juniors entered a float in the homecoming parade prior to the school ' s first homecoming win, a 27-7 upset of Dublin. That winter the Junior Class sold candy to finance the Junior-Senior Prom. After months of planning and hard work by sponsors, class officers, and members, the Class of 1965 was honored with " Arabian Nights " on May 8, 1965. The Juniors were measured for class rings and were the first class to have the choice of the miniature ring. Becky [ Cumbee was named Miss GHS 1965, second class member to win the title. On June 1, the Class of 1966 became 6 the Seniors of 1966--at last! Ki ' .iti i|p ' . . In Retrospect As Seniors the class chose Lewis Webb, John Porterfield, Jennifer Martin, Brenda Young, and Becky Cumbee as its leaders. The class ' s final year at GHS brought many exciting moments including the arrival of class rings in November. Winning the cross-country championship, the district golf championship, and recording the first win- ning basketball season made 1966 a successful year for the Spartans. The basketball team earned fame by defeat- ing Narrows and Blacksburg and ranking in the Top Ten in Timesland. In the spring, the baseball and track teams made history by compiling the most successful records ever. The Senior Girls won the Class Tournament basketball trophy for the first time and Giles scored its first victories on Klassroom Kwiz. Other " firsts " included " Sailing into Spring, " the senior talent show. Proceeds from the talent show financed graduation expenses and the Senior Banquet and Dance at Mountain Lake. The Spartan Band brought additional honors to GHS by placing first in the Fireman’s Parade and second in the Grand Parade at the Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester. Cindy Atchison was the final member of the class to be honored with the title of Miss GHS 1966. On May 14, the Class of 1967 entertained the Seniors with the Junior-Senior Prom. " Moonlight and Roses " was the theme of this social highlight of the year. Seniors appeared in caps and gowns for the first time during the Award ' s Assembly on June 3, 1966. The Baccalaureate Service was held on Sunday, June 5, with the Rev. F. M. Ritter delivering the sermon. During the Commencement Program on June 10, 1966, seniors were presented their diplomas. Valedictory addresses were delivered by Donnie Martin and Boyce Falls and Salutatory addresses were presented by Patricia Johnson and Dicky Douthat. Of all the events in the class’s five-year history, that day was the one to be remem- bered and treasured most by the graduates of 1966. Those graduated realized that they had fulfilled a great ambition — to attain the ability to continue in the world with happiness and success. In 1966 Giles High School graduated the last of its first students. It is the wish of the Class of 1966 that the traditions of Giles High’s first five years will be a part of its heritage for all future Spartans. 7 Mr. Robert Lee Dunn 8 Dedication It is the pleasure of the 1966 SHIELD staff to dedicate this fifth edition of the SHIELD to one who has dedicated himself to the interests of Giles High School. He graduated from Concord College with a B.S. Degree and received his M.S. Degree from West Virginia Univer- sity. First teaching in Monroe County, West Virginia, he joined the Giles County School Sys- tem in 1959. He served Giles High as Assistant Principal from its opening in the fall of 1961 until 1965. He continues to serve the county schools in his position as Coordinator of Federal- Related Programs. His many services to Giles High ranged from supervising attendance to serving as athletic director. For his devotion to Giles High School, the 1966 SHIELD is dedicated to MR. ROBERT LEE DUNN. 9 SHIELD STAFF NANCY AHALT, CO-EDITOR BETSY INGRAM, CO-EDITOR 10 hd h Judy Pliner ORGANIZATIONS Editor Cindy Atchison ACTIVITIES Editor Ruth Ann Owens CLASS Editor Kaye Largen ART Editor Dicky Douthat SPORTS Editor M E M B E R S L - R: Honore Holton, Deborah Going, Minrose Hend- rickson, Sharon Hall 2nd ROW: Jimmie Philpott, Linda Ingram, Cathy Painter, Donnie Martin Mr. Sam Robinson SHIELD ADVISOR I I ► % ' ' W i J 1 % i Principal MR. HARRY N. FOGLESONG Hiwassee College Emory and Henry, B. Ed. George Peabody College, M. A. QiL JJigk ScU Pearisburg, Virginia Cl-:’- , ‘ 1966: r ’nen I think of tie Class of ’66, I recall the opening of the new Giles High School five y ars ago. As you must remember • he problems we faced— the auditorium, cafeteria, gymnasium, and cub lie address system were not comole ted. " e felt that almost anything was better than trying to operate as Giles High : c h o 0 1 in the four different locations — iggl ' stor, ‘Tevoort, Pearisburg, and Pembroke. Finally that long awaited day came on Tovember 13 ? 1961 . Our faculty of 53 teachers was met by 10?-3 ag-. r students in some I4 2 classrooms to battle for better education. Id tele by little we have won the battle. Soon w ? hah a public address system, a caf-t.ria, a -gymnasium, and finally nr auditorium for the 1962 graduation. That first ' Tovsmber you were a class of 277 eighth graders; as freshmen you were 2g9j -ss sophomores you were 225? and as juniors 215 • “ow, I say congratulations to a class of 200— the first class to start and graduate from Giles High School. 14 Assistant Principal MR. WILLIAM J. FORRESTEL Washington and Lee University, B. S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute, M. Ed. Athletic Director Guidance Director MRS. JEAN H. BANE Radford College, B.S. University of Virginia Sponsor: Senior Class Assistant Guidance Director MISS PAMELA G. CROY Longwood College, B.S. Radford College Sponsor: Varsity Cheerleaders SHIELD Staff MR. D. L. ALLEN V.P.I.. B.S. Voc. Ag. II, III, IV; Gen. Mech. MRS. MILDRED B. ANDREWS Westhampton College, Radford College, B.S.; V.P.I., M.S. Latin Sponsor - Junior Classical League, S.C. A. MRS. CLOTILDE RODES BALLARD Madison College, B.S.;V.P.I., M.E. Chemistry, 8th Grade Science MR. PANCOCANTLEY Morris Harvey College, B.S.jV.P.I. Physics, 8th Grade Science MR. JOSEPH L. COLEMAN Illinois Institute of Technology, B.S.; V.P.I., M.E. " U.S. Government, U.S. History Sponsor - Key Club MR. LEWIS DALE COLLINS V.P.I., B. S. ; Radford College Algebra I F.T. A. MR. LARRY H. CONNER Concord College, B.S. Physical Education Coach - 8th Football, Varsity Basketball, Asst. Baseball MRS. ANNE G. DANAHY Westhampton College, University of Virginia, B.A. World Geography Sponsor - National Honor Society, Jr. Class 16 MR, JOHN W. DAVIDSON East Tenn. State Univ. , B.S. Business Math, Prac. Math, General Business Coach - Track Team, Asst. Varsity Football MR. ROBERT FARMER Concord College, W, Va. Univ. , B.S. Driver Education MR. JOHN R. FISHER V.P.I. , Univ. of Va. , B.S. Distributive Education; Intr. to Voc. Sponsor - D.E.C. A. MRS. JEWELL C. FRANCIS Concord College, B.S. English MR. CEDRIC H. FRAZIER Emory and Henry College, B. A. Physical Education Coach - J. V. Football, Baseball MRS. RUBY M. GIVENS Radford College, Lynchburg College, A.B. ; Univ. of Va. , M. A . General Mathematics MRS. GRACE D. GLENN Concord College, A. B. ; Univ. of Va. , M. A. English MRS. NORENE H. HARDING Lynchburg College, A. B. ; Radford College, Univ. of Va. English Sponsor - Jr. Tri-Hi- Y 17 MR. CHARLES R. HARTWELL Bluefield State College, B.S. Industrial Arts, Mech. Drawing MRS. RUBYC. HYLTON Mary Washington College, Marshall Univ., Concord College, B.S. English MISS CARNELLE SUE HYPES Lynchburg College, Radford College, Univ. of Va. , B.S. English MISS FRANCES HYPES V.P.I., B.S.; Radford College Librarian Sponsor - Library Club MR. JAMES P. JACKSON Concord College, B.S.; W. VA. Univ., Radford College World Geography MRS. OLGA S. JAMISON Cedar Crest College, Radford College, B.S.; Univ. of Va. Typing I, Personal Typing Sponsor - F. T. A. MRS. JANE P. JA ' NEY Radford College, B.S.jV.P.I., M.S. Home Economics MRS. DOROTHY W. JOHNSON Radford College, B.S. Biology, Science 18 MR. HURLEY C. JOHNSTON V.P.I., B.S. Voc. Agriculture Sponsor - F.F.A. , K.V.G. MRS. ANN G. JONES Radford College, B.S. Physical Education, Health, First Aid MRS. CAROL K. JONES Concord College, B.S. Speech, English, Reading MR. RONALD L. JONES Concord College, B.S. Art Sponsor - Art Club MR. S. LEWIS KING Emory and Henry College, Radford College, Univ. ofVa., Univ. of Ala., Univ. of Maine, B.S. Arithmetic MRS. MARIAN G. LAW Elon College, A.B.; Univ. of N.C. Home Economics Sponsor - F. H . A. MISS SHIRLEY McCORMICK Concord College, B.S.jV.P.I., M.E. Shorthand I II, Office Practice Sponsor - Sr. Tri-Hi- Y, F.B. L. A. MRS. LAURA McGRAW Marshall Univ., Concord College, W. Va. Univ. , B.S. Math, English Sponsor - SPARTONIAN 19 MR. CLARENCE MULHEREN. JR. Concord College, B.S.;V.P.I. Univ. of Va. Bookkeeping, Economics Sponsor - Hi-Y Coach - Cross Country Track MRS. KAYR. RAKES Radford College, B.S. Physical Education, First Aid, Driver Education Sponsor - J.V. Cheerleaders MRS. ANN P. SHELTON Madison College, B.A.; Univ. of Va. U.S. Government Co-Sponsor - S.C.A. MRS. ARVENIA SHUTT Concord College, Marshall Univ., A.B.; W. Va. Univ., M.S. U.S. History, Sociology MRS. ROXIE REED Radford College, B.A. English, French Sponsor - Le Cercle Francais MRS. GRACE COVEY ROBERTSON Radford College, B.S.;V.P.X., M.S. Univ. ofVa., Univ. ofN.C. U.S. History, World History Sponsor - F.T.A. MRS. LOUISE M. ROBINSON Radford College, B.S.; Univ. of VA. Librarian Sponsor - Library Club MR. JOHN RUDACILLE Concord College, B. S. Senior Band 20 MR. ARCHIE G. SNYDER Marshall Univ. , A.B. Chorus, Jr. Band Sponsor - Symphonic Chorale MR. RALPH PORTER STAFFORD Emory and Henry College, B. S. ; Hiwassee College, Columbia Univ. , Univ. of Va., Radford College Combined Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry MRS. NANCY H. TAYLOR Concord College, B.S. English, Reading MRS. VIVIAN Y. TICE Radford College, B. S. Typing I and II Sponsor - F. B. L. A. MRS. SUSAN S. von PECHY Marshall University, A.B. English MRS. ELLEN C. WARD University of North Carolina, B.A. Randolph- Macon Woman’s College English, Art I MRS. ROSETTA A. WHEELER Radford College, B.S.;V.P.I., Univ. of Va. Home Economics MR. BOBD. WILBURN Concord College, B.S. Biology, Science Coach - J. V. Basketball 21 Has anyone seen my contact lens? MR. JAMES D. WORLEY East Tenn. State, B.S. Industrial Arts Coach: Golf Team, Varsity Football MR. RONALD D. WORRELL Concord College, B.S. Algebra II, Combined Geometry, 8th Math Not Pictured MR. WILLIAM B. VENCIL Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. A griculture Sponsor: FFA 22 SECRETARIES Mrs. Becky Conner Mrs. Irene O ' Dell Not pictured: Mrs. Nancy Lafon Mrs. Lois Topping Office Assistants ' t— — Left to right: Judy Pliner, Cathy Painter, Dreama Booth, Barbara Habernigg, Sonya Albert, Linda Pan, Sandie Frye, Brenda Dowdy, Nancy Martin, Sue Bocock, Marian Davis, Carol LaFon, Hilda Songer. Guidance Assistants Left to right: Judy Vaught, Janice Meredith, Sally Link, Sandra Snider, Brenda Hodge, Sandie Frye, Pattie Talbert, Wanda Sadler, Patsy Johnson, Becky Bane. 23 Cooks and Custodians Mrs. Estella W. Britts Mrs. Mary Albert Mrs. Rachel Cumbee Mrs. Estella Stump Mrs. Naomi Gordon Mr. Amos Perkins Not pictured Mr. Frank Perdue Mr. George Robertson Mr. Walter Cole Mrs. Jewel Weiss Mrs. Ruby Cassell Mrs. Olga Perdue Mrs. Nina Smith Mrs. Verna Snider Mrs. Ruby Spangler 24 SENIORS SONYA ELLEN ALBERT Nat. Honor Soc. , French Club; Sr. Homecoming Princess; Key Club Sweetheart; Head Majorette Sr. Band CHARLES LEON ATHEY FFA; K. V.G. Would You Believe JUNIE DIANNE ADAMS Art Club, V. Pres.; FBLA; Tri-Hi-Y; 9th Grade Homecoming Princess; 63-64 1st Runner-up Miss GHS NANCY COMPTON AHALT Nat. Hon. Soc., V. Pres. ; SHIELD, Co-Ed. ; Fr . Cl., Pres., Symph. Cho- ale; All St. Cho. ; SPARTONIAN, News Ed. ; Tri-Hi-Y; F HA, Chapt. Pres, and Rep., Fed. Pres, and Rep., St. Rep., Jr. , Chapt. , and St. Deg. ; Pep Cl. ; Hon. Grad. LINDA KAY ANDERSON Art Club; FHA; Majorette - Jr. and Sr. Band CYNTHIA ANN ATCHISON SHIELD, Activities Ed, ; Pep Club; SCA Representative; FHA; Latin Club; FT A, Pari. , Vice President; Miss GHS, ' 66. Seniors Had a Great Year? GARLAND EUGENE ATKINS DECA SHIRLEY LOUISE BANKS FBLA PAMELA JEANNE DUNCAN BAKER RONALD JERRY BARTLEY SARAH LOU BECK IRIS GAY BLANKENSHIP FFA; K. V. G. FBLA; French Club; Varsity FBLA; Tri-Hi-Y Cheerleader First Class to Begin at G.H.S. . . . JUSTIN DEVIN BROWN Art Club; Paper Staff; French Club; Latin Club; Science Club WANDA JEAN MARTIN BRUMFIELD FHA; Latin Club Officer ■I JANICE SUE BUTLER SPARTONIAN, News Editor; FHA, Chapter Rep. , Federation Rep. ; Latin Club; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y DOUGLAS MILLER CALDWELL GLENDA SHARON CARRIER FONZIE CHARLES COLLINS FBLA, Sec. ; FTA; Pep Club; Tri- K. V.G. ; Varsity Club; DECA Hi-Y; FHA; Symphonic Chorale; Latin Club, Treas. and Rep. Best Class to Graduate from G.H.S.? SUSAN JANE BAILEY COLLINS VIRGINIA BELL COLLINS Library Club DAVID BLACKSTONE COOPER Cross Country Track; Varsity Track; State Cross Country Track Meet, ' 84 2nd Place, ' 65 1st Place NELVA GAIL CRUISE Library Club DONALD KING CUMBEE Key Club; Latin Club; SHIELD, Business Manager; 8th Grade Track; J. V, Basketball REBECCA ELLEN CUMBEE DECA, Sec. ; Library Club; FHA; ' 65 Miss GHS; Jr. Valentine Prin- cess; May Day Princess; Majorette - Jr. Band; Senior and Freshman Class Reporter State Cross Country Champions JOYC E REBECCA DENNIS DECA; Library Club; Tri-Hi-Y; FHA MARY SUE DENNIS Pep Club; SCA Representative; Jr. and Sr. Tri-Hi-Y; FBLA; Latin Club; SPARTONIAN Staff; Sym- phonic Chorale BRENDA SUE DICKERSON French Club; Pep Club; National Honor Society; FBLA BONNIE HELENA DOLINGER FHA; Library Club, Reporter AUDREY SUE DODSON Jr. and Sr. Tri-Hi -Y; Pep Club; French Club; Art Club; FHA; FBLA; S PART ONI AN Staff RICHARD ALAN DOUTHAT Varsity Club; Nat. Honor Society; Key Club; 8th, J. V. and Varsity Football; Varsity Tennis; Symphonic Chorale; Freshman Reporter; SHIELD Staff, Sports Ed. ; Latin Tournament; SCA Repr. Co-Salu- tatorian First Annual Senior Trip . . . BRENDA IRENE DOWDY French Club; Nat. Honor Society; Tri-Hi-Y; Homecoming Queen; SCA Repr. ; Office Assistant; Freshman and Jr. Class Secretary WILLIAM DEXTER ELMORE SPARTONIAN Staff LINDA LAFON FISHER Class Tournaments To Court!! BOYCE EDGAR FALLS Key Club; Nat. Honor Soc. ; Var- sity Club; Latin Club; 8th, J. V. , and Varsity Football; 8th, J. V. , and Varsity Track; District Pole Vault Champion; 8th and 9th Grade Class President; Co-Valedic torian NANCY JEANETTE FISHER SPARTONIAN Staff; FBLA; GAA: Latin Club WALLACE RICHARD FLETCHER Varsity, J. V. , and 8th Football; Varsity Baseball TIMOTHY ALLEN FARLEY DECA; Vice-President HR SANDRA MARIE FRYE Latin Club; Art Club; Pep Club; Nat. Honor Society; SPARTONIAN Staff; Office and Guidance Assist- ant; SHIELD Staff; Drama Club; 8th Grade Princess; Tri-Hi-Y Roses, RICHARD CARLTON GILMORE French Club; Golf Team SIDNEY HATFIELD FULLER DECA BETTY JEAN FURROW SHIELD Homeroom Representative an Oasis, a Flying Carpet DEBORAH ANNE GOING THOMAS DAVID HARLESS SPARTONIAN Staff, Editor; Nat. Honor Society; Pep Club; SHIELD Staff; FHA, Rep. , Jr. Degree; Tri-Hi-Y; French Club; Latin Club; Betty Crocker Homemaker Award; NMSQT Commended Stu- dent ERNEST JAMES HARVEY FFA R. B. HENDRICKSON Key Club, Vice-Pres. ; Varsity Club; Track Team; 8th, J. V. , and Varsity Football; Varsity Bas- ketball; Varsity Baseball EMMA SUE HILTON FBLA Sheven, Sheven? . . . What Kind of Language Is Sheven? ALBERT JOE HOLPP J. V. Football; 8th Grade Track MICHAEL WAYNE HUNTER SPARTONIAN Staff HONORE GRACE HOLTON National Honor Society; Latin Club; French Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, Vice-President, Jr. and Sr. MG A Delegate; FT A MICHAEL PENN HUFFMAN DAVID EUGENE HUTCHINSON Varsity Football JERRY WAYNE HYPES J. V. Football; Cross-Country Track BETSY CRAIG INGRAM SHIELD, Co-Editor; Jr. Class Treasurer; National Honor Society, Secretary; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y; Sr. Tri- Hi-Y, Pres. , Chap. ; FHA; Latin Club, V. Pres. ; Pep Club; SCA Repr. ; DAR Good Citizen Award; Latin Tournament; Honor Graduate LORAIN E ELIZABETH JENNELLE Tennis Team; SPARTONIAN Staff; DECA, President; Class Tournaments BRENDA SUE JOHNSON Library Club, President, Treasurer; DECA We Beat Blacksburg 61-51 . . . CHARLES ROBERT JOHNSON, JR. FFA: KVG EDWARD LEE JOHNSON PATRICIA ALLEN JOHNSON Jr. Tri-Hi-Y, Reporter; National Honor Society, President; Treasurer; Co-Salutatorian; SPARTONIAN Staff, Feature Editor ERMA DARLENE JOHNSTON Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary; National Honor Society; French Club; Pep Club; FBLA; Class Tournaments; Honor Graduate Beat Those Greenies, Too! CLARENCE EMORY JONES JERRY DALE JONES LARRY WARREN JOURNELL Pep Club; Varsity Club; 8th, J. V. , and Varsity Football GLORIA ANNE DUN FORD JERRY WAYNE JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Pep Club; Symphonic Chorale; " Class Tournaments GLORIA JEAN KERR DECA, Reporter LINDA LANE LAMBERT Class Tournaments BRENDA DIANE LANG GEORGE WILLIAM KEFFER, JR. CAROL JEAN LAFON Jr. and Sr. Tri-Hi-Y; French Club; Class Tournaments; Snow Queen - 1966; Winner - Short Story Con- test AUBREY LESTER KIRK Lower Those Ears! PATRICIA JEAN LARKIN FHA; Jr. and Sr. Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; FBLA; Jr. Band, Majorette; Latin Club; Class Tournaments DEW ALINE HARRIETT LAW FBLA; FHA; Pep Club; Class Tour- naments SANDRA LYNN LAWSON FHA; Class Tournaments; National Honor Society; Latin Club; 8th Princess May-Day Court There’s Music in the Hall . . . SALLY JANE LEE JAMES WILBUR LEWEY, JR. Symphonic Chorale; All State Chorus; Varsity Track ROBALENE LITCHFORD Sr. Tri-Hi-Y; FT A; FBLA; FHA; Library Club JANICE DARLENE LONG FHA, Jr. and Chapter Degrees; FBLA ROY GARY LOVERN 8th Football; Varsity Baseball; 8th, J. V. , and Varsity Basketball GEORGE GLEGG LUCAS 8th Grade and Varsity Track; J. V. Football; J. V. Basketball James Brown and Miss America Are Here!! JUDY LOWNELL LUCAS LOIS ANN LUCAS MARTIN LYNWOOD LUCAS Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer; FBLA; National Honor Society; FHA; SCA Repr. ; Best Sportsmanship Award REBECCA SUE LUCAS FHA, Jr. Homemaker Degree; SPARTONIAN Staff; Class Tour- naments LINDA LOUISE McCROSKEY Class Tournaments JACKSON FREDERICK McGUIRE Spartan Band Wins Twice in Winchester!! JAMES MASSIE McMILLAN CARL MARION MABE Key Club, Secretary; Latin Club; SCA Representative; SHIELD jStaff; 8th Grade Track JANIS LUTRICIA MAHAFFEY FHA, President; Latin Club; Pep Club; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y; Class Tour- naments SANDRA DeLOIS MARSHALL Library Club; FBLA; Latin Club By the JENNIFER KAY MARTIN FHA; Art Club; Senior Class Sec- retary; SPARTONIAN Staff Foot or By the Pound? DONALD LEE MARTIN Nat. Honor Soc. ; Jr. Class Pres. ; Latin Club; Key Club; Varsity Club; Varsity Baseball; 8th, J. V. , and Varsity Football; 8th Grade Track; 8th, J. V. , and Varsity Basketball; Co-Valedictorian DONALD WAYNE MARTIN FFA; DECA ROGER DALE MARTIN ROGER LEE MARTIN FFA; DECA What’s Your Bid, Young Lady? ALETA JO MEREDITH FHA; Library Club KENNY DEAN MEREDITH Baseball; J. V. Basketball; J. V. Football BERNARD MASON FBLA; French Club; Latin Club; Golf Team; 8th Grade Track; SPARTONIAN Staff, Co-Sports Editor RONALD HOGE MARTIN J. V. and Varsity Football; All New River District 2nd Team; Var- sity Baseball CLARA REECE MEREDITH Library Club; English Club JANICE ELAINE MEREDITH FBLA; Office Assistant RICHARD LEE MORGAN National Honor Society; SPARTON- IAN Staff PHYLLIS HOPE MORRIS FBLA, President, Vice-President; FHA; Class Tournaments DENNIS REED MOSER Latin Club; Symphonic Chorale; J. V. Basketball; Baseball; Var- sity Track; National Honor Society; Hi-Y, Secretary Giles Golfers Are District Champs! DORA SUE MOYE TERRY GENE MOYE FRED ALLISON MUNSEY FBLA; FHA, Jr. Homemaker De- FFA; KVG; 8th Grade Football; DECA gree, FHA State Committee; Pep 8th Grade Basketball Club; Sr. Tri-Hi -Y; FT A; Class Tournaments JENNIE KAREN MUNSEY Jr. and Sr. Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; Latin Club; Nat. Honor Society; FHA; SCA Representative; 8th Grade May Day Princess; Banner Girl--Senior Band ELIZABETH ANN MUNSEY Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; Art Club; SHIELD Staff; FHA; FBLA; Science Club; Miss GHS, 1964-65 WILLIAM TUNIS MUNSEY Tennis Team; Latin Club Senior Social — Mountain Lake ERVIN ALLEN MYERS FRANK B. O ' FARRELL Varsity Baseball RUTH ANN OWENS French Club; National Honor So- ciety; SHIELD Staff, Classes Edi- tor; SCA Representative; FHA, Vice-President, Parliamentarian, Jr. and Chap. Degrees JAMES LEE PHILPOTT Hi-Y, President; Key Club, Re- porter, Chaplain; SHIELD Staff; SCA, Chaplain; Tennis Team; Science Club; Latin Club; J. V. Football LINDA KAY PARR French Club; Latin Club; National Honor Society; Tri-Hi-Y; FBLA, Historian, District Historian; Office Assistant JUDITH ELLEN PLINER Varsity Cheerleader; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain; French Cl ub, V. Pres. ; National Honor Society, Sec. ; SHIELD Staff, Organizations Ed. ; Spartanette; Soph. Homecoming Princess; Pep Club; Latin Club; Office Asst. ; Honor Graduate December 4, 1965 JOHN BENNETT PORTERFIELD Key Club; Senior Class Vice-Presi- dent; Latin Club REBECCA JEAN PRICE FHA; Pep Club; FBLA; Class Tour- naments; Phys. Ed. Assistant WANDA GAIL PORTERFIELD ARNOLD EAIRCK RADFORD STEPHEN LEE RADER BILLY RAMSEY Varsity Football; Varsity Basket- ball What! Mrs. Bane, They’re Not Here? GAYLE YVONNE RAMSEY FHA, Vice-President, Jr. and Chapter Degrees; Art Club; French Club; Banner Girl--Senior Band; SPARTONIAN Staff CAROLYN JUNE RATLIFF Latin Club; DECA; Class Tourna- ments; SCA Representative; 8th Grade Valentine Princess TERESSA PAULETTE REED FBLA; French Club; Latin Club CARREL GENE REYNOLDS CHARLES RODNEY RICHARD, JR. GWENDOLYN FAYE ROBERTSON KVG Golf Team; Football Manager French Club, V. Pres. ; Library Club, Secretary FTA I Swear, I Just Swear! ROGER WILLIAM ROBERTSON Baseball; P. E. Assistant MARY ALICE ROGERS National Honor Society Latin Club; French Club, Vice President; Library Club. GLORIA JEAN ROLEN Art Club, Secretary Junior Band , Majorette ROGER MASON RUNIONS KVG; 8th Grade Basketball and Track MARY JANE SADLER WANDA EMOGENE SADLER Sr. Tri-Hi-Y; FBLA; Guidance Assistant If I See ONE More Snowflake! BARBARA JANE SARVER SPARTONIAN Staff RITA ARLENE SARVER DECA LORETTA PATTRANELLA PATTERSON SAUNDERS FBLA; French Club; SPARTONIAN Staff, Co- Feature Editor CONNIE DIANE SHAVER SHELBY JEAN SESSOR MARGIE BLANKENSHIP SHAVER Library Club; Sophomore Class Secretary; SCA Representative Miss GHS ’64, ’65 . . . and ’66 STEPHEN KESTER SMITH SANDRA LEE SNIDER FBLA: Guidance Assistant ROGER EUGENE SMITH FFA; KVG CLYDE RANDOLPH SNIDER MARY FRANCES SNIDOW LINDA KAY SMITH SHELVY GRANT SNIDOW DECA, Treasurer; Junior Home- coming Princess WILLIAM GARY SNIDOW Latin Club; SCA Representative; National Honor Society DANIEL LEWIS SONGER Sailing Into Spring” . . . HILDA LUCAS SONGER FHA, Jr. and Chapter Degrees; SCA Representative; Office As- sistant JANICE FAYE STAFFORD FHA; FBLA; All State Chorus; Symphonic Chorale SANDRA SUE STAFFORD FBLA JOSEPH ROBERT STEPHENS DANIEL WAYNE STEWART BRENDA CAROLYN STUMP French Club; Latin Club; SPAR- DECA, Parliamentarian FHA; FBLA; Library Club; DECA TONIAN Staff, Photographer . . . First Senior Talent Show CATHERINE LOUISE STUMP HENRY LEWIS STUMP Latin Club; French Club; FBLA LENA MAE SUMPTER FTA; Library Club PATRICIA JANE TALBERT Tri-Hi-Y; FTA; Symphonic Cho- rale; FHA, Treasurer and Song Leader JUANITA GAIL TAYLOR DECA I. B, TERRY SPARTONIAN Staff, Sports Edi- tor; Varsity Baseball; 8th, J. V. , and Varsity Basketball; J, V. Foot- ball; Track 3 Seniors Score First Klassroom Kwiz Wins ... 3 Times Even! JOYCE DIANN VAUGHT FHA, Historian; Latin Club; SCA Representative KENNETH NELSON VAUGHT DECA; SCA Representative HERBERT STEPHEN VENCILL 8th Grade Basketball PRESTON ANDREW WEAVER SCA, President, V. Pres. ; Key Club, V. Pres. ; French Club; National Honor Society; Golf Team; J. V. and Varsity Football; 8th Grade Track; Latin Club; Honor Graduate JULIAN LEWIS WEBB, Jr. Key Club, President, Sec. , SCA, Repr. ; SHIELD Staff, Business Manager; Senior Class President; National Honor Society; Tennis Team; Latin Club; Science Club; 8th Grade Track; Honor Graduate JUDITH ANN WHITE Symphonic Chorale; FBLA; Class Tournaments Senior Girls Take Tournament Trophy! RALPH EMMETT WILBURN BARRY ALVIN WILLIAMS BOBBY DAVIS WILLIAMS Symphonic Chorale; All State Cho- DECA rus 1 DOROTHY LORRAINE WILLIAMS FHA And MARTIN LUTHER WILLIAMS, III Varsity Club; Key Club; Varsity Baseball; 8th, J. V. , and Varsity Football; 8th, J. V, , and Varsity Basketball; Junior Class Vice- President HAROLD EARVINGSTON WILLIAMS, JR. Latin Club; Science Club; Sym- phonic Chorale; All State Chorus; Tennis Team; SPARTONIAN Staff, Managing Editor We, the Class of ROGER WAYNE WILLIAMS FFA JAMES MICHAEL WILLIAMS 1966, THOMAS EDWARD WILLIAMS FFA; KVG WILLARD GORDON WILLIAMS Key Club; Latin Club; FBLA; Track Team; Football; Basketball VIRGINIA RUTH WILLIAMS Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y; FBLA; SPAR- TONIAN Staff; Guidance Assistant VIRGINIA REEL WINSTON SCA, Sec. -Treas. ; SHIELD Staff, Business Ed. ; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y, Pres.; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, Rep. ; Latin Club, V. Pres. ; French Club, V. Pres. ; FHA; Pep Club; National Honor Society; Honor Graduate Are the Last of the First. BRENDA GAY YOUNG National Honor Society; Jr. Tri- Hi-Y; Latin Club; FHA; Sr. Class Treas. ; J. V. and Varsity Cheer- leader; SCA Repr. ; 8th Grade Re- porter; 8th Grade May Day Princess LINDA KAY YOUNG Library Club Not Pictured ARNOLD RAY NEELY NANCY EVELYN ZELL Science Club; Pep Club; FTA; FBLA; Latin Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Girls’ Tennis Team; SHIELD Staff; Class Tournaments Honor Graduates FRONT ROW: Betsy Ingram, Judy Pliner, Judy Winston, Erma Johnston, Pat Johnson, Nancy Ahalt 2nd ROW: Boyce Falls, Donnie Martin, Lewis Webb, Dicky Douthat, Andy Weaver Senior Awards BEST ALL AROUND Cindy Atchison Andy Weaver LEADERSHIP Nancy Ahalt Lewis Webb CITIZENSHIP - Betsy Ingram Jim McMillan SERVICE Deborah Going Jim Philpott OUTSTANDING STUDENTS Nancy Ahalt Boyce Falls BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT Judy Pliner Bucky Hendrickson BEST SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Andy Weaver OUTSTANDING BAND MEMBER Sonya Albert GIRLS ' ATHLETIC AWARD Susie Dennis " I DARE YOU " AWARD - - ■ OUTSTANDING SYMPHONIC CHORALE MEMBER - Pattie Talbert OUTSTANDING INDUSTRIAL ARTS STUDENT - - Carrel Reynolds MOST VALUABLE CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER David Cooper MOST VALUABLE FOOTBALL PLAYER Skipper Williams MOST VALUABLE BASKETBALL PLAYER Donnie L. Martin MOST VALUABLE BASEBALL PLAYER Skipper Williams MOST VALUABLE TENNIS PLAYER - - Lewis Webb MOST VALUABLE TRACK STAR Boyce Falls s MOST VALUABLE GOLF PLAYER - Richard Gilmore Erma Johnston Jim Philpott 59 Valedictorian Valedictorian BOYCE EDGAR FALLS DONALD LEE MARTIN Co-Salutatorian PATRICIA ALLEN JOHNSON June 10, 1966 Boyce Falls - CELANESE AWARD Lewis Webb " WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOLS Betsy Ingram Andy Weaver - D, A. R. AWARD Honore Holton VIRGINIA WARD SCHOLARSHIP 61 Scholarships Awarded L. -R. : Sandie Frye, Pat Johnson, Erma Johnston, Lois Lucas, Ruth Ann Owens, Pattie Talbert, Honore Holton, Sandie Lawson, Brenda Young, Janis Mahaffey, Brenda Dickerson, Skipper Williams, Boyce Falls, Douglas Caldwell, Lewis Webb Roger Smith, Richard Morgan, Jim Philpott (Not pictured - Janice Butler and Nancy Aha It) COMMENCEMENT SERMON AUDITORIUM June 5, Eight P. M. Processional - - Grand March from ' Aida ' - -Verdi Miss Rebecca Lowdermilk Invocation Reverend A. R. Knotts Pembroke Methodist Church Hymn God of Our Fathers Anthem Rise Up, O Men of God Arranged by David S. York Symphonic Chorale Commencement Sermon Reverend Fredrick J, Ritter Redeemer Lutheran Church Anthem - The Lord ' s Prayer - Albert Hay Malotte Symphonic Chorale Benediction Reverend A. R. Knotts Pembroke Methodist Church Response - - The Lord Bless You and Keep You - - Lutkin Symphonic Chorale Recessional — Pomp and Circumstance - - Elgar GRADUATING EXERCISES AUDITORIUM June 10, Eight P. M. Processional - - Grand March from ' Aida ' - -Verdi Invocation James Lee Philpott Member of Senior Class You ' ll Never Walk Alone _________ Rodgers and Hammerstein Symphonic Chorale Salutatory Patricia Allen Johnson Richard Alan Douthat Battle Hymn of the Republic - - Symphonic Chorale Valedictory Boyce Edgar Falls Donald Lee Martin Presentation of Awards and Diplomas - Harry N. Foglesong Principal Alma Mater - — Class of 1966 Recessional - - Pomp and Circumstance - - Elgar 62 Jerry Albert Nancy Albert Mary Glenn Allen Betty Anderson Jimmy Bales Becky Bane Mildred Blankenship Sue Bocock Dreama Booth Bobby Breen Barbara Brock Walter Brooks Lance Brown Mary Etta Brown Ronnie Brumfield Becky Buckland Joyce Caldwell Sallie Caldwell Marlene Canode Dorothy Carter Sheila Carter Ann Coleman Brenda Collins Irma Collins Josephine Collins Linda Collins Sallie Collins Tommy Collins Gail Combs Sidney Conner Lynne Cooper Becky Corell Betty Cox Sheryl Cumbee Judy Darnell Marian Davis Larry Day Susan Dean Carl DiRico Becky Dowdy 64 Harold Dowdy John Dowdy Linda Dunman Brian Dupell Mary Lewis Eaton Jody Falls Roger Farmer Helen Farrier Vicky Fleenor Jackie Fletcher William Frye Martha Gillespie Jackie Goad Barry Gordon Barbara Habernigg Margie Hale Paul Hale Bill Hamilton Carol Hankins Judi Hankins Linda Harrell Paulette Harrison Kenneth Harry Robert Harvey Brenda Hodge Mary Beth Holton David Huffman Clarence Hughes Joann Hutchinson Mike Hutchinson Terry Hypes Linda Ingram Howard Irwin Earl Johnson Earthel Johnson Gloria Johnson Carol Johnston Lahoma Jones Rocky K anode Benny Kast 65 Janet Kast Wanda Kast Darrell Kessinger Yvonne Kessinger Madeline King Richard Kirk Betty Lafon Imogene Lafon How about a Hawaiian Punch? Jackie Lafon Judy Lafon Kaye Largen James Lambert Sonja Lawson Bonnie Lester Sammy Level Carolyn Link Sally Link Tommy Litchford George Lively Danny Lucas Eugene Lucas Jimmy Lucas Nellie Lucas Jackie McCall Kitty McCormick Dornie McCroskey 66 Tommy McCroskey A1 McLean Sherwood Mahaffey Deborah Martin Elva Martin Jimmy Martin " If you’re going to go steady Nancy Martin William Martin Bonnie Meadows Donnie Medley Coretta Meredith Sharon Meredith Mary Merrix Stephen Miller Kent Morris Linda Morris Bonnie Moser Lawanda Moye Wayne Moye May Belle Munsey Jackie Mustard James Mustard Billy Myers Brenda Myers Ernest Myers Jennifer Nester 67 r ' -V’ Carole Nuckols Cathy Painter David Parks Linda Pennington Cheryl Perdue Dennis Perdue Jerry Perdue Judy Perdue Carolyn Perkins Debbie Porterfield Brenda Ramos Barbara Ratcliffe Darrell Ratcliffe Hazel Ratcliffe Martha Ratcliffe Susie Ratcliffe Connie Reynolds Duke Reynolds Larry Reynolds Arthur Rice Donald Rice Henry Rice Bobby Richard Scott Rose Ellen Rowe Jan Sabat 68 Donald Sadler Ronald Sadler Betty Sanders Charles Sanders Willard Sanders Ralph Santolla W. T. Santolla Marvin Sartin Larry Sarver Leonard Saunders Jerry Scott Judy Shaver Mary Lois Shaver Sherry Shelton Chuck Shomo Ruby Simpkins William Simpkins Dale Smith Gerald Smith Judy Smith Lana Smith Mike Smith William Spangler Betsy Stafford Margaret Stafford Pat St. Clair Wanda St. Clair Danny Stephens Kermit Stevers Ronnie Stewart Jimmy Straley Henry Stump Willard Stump Fannie Tabor Wanda Tate Calvin Tawney Jackie Thompson John Thompson Jane Torp Ronnie Trout 69 ■ 121 ' - Judy Vaught Will Vest Brenda Waldron Billy Walkup Nancy Webb Kathy White Dale Williams Marshall Williams Barry Young WHERE’S THE FIRE? 70 SOPHOMORES BOTTOM - TOP: Steve Donovan, Pres.; Mary Beth Edwards, V. Pres.; Pam Carr, Sec.; Marsha Mann, Treas. ; Judy Kirk, Reporter Barbara Adams Chipper Adams Judy Albert Gregory Allen Faye Amos Sheila Arnold Janet Atchison Frankie Atkins Larry Atkins Penny Atkins Randy Bales Mike Ballard Linda Bane Donna Barnette Carol Bell Martha Bishop Karen Blankenship Barbara Blevins Patsy Bostic Terry Bowles Nancy Breedlove Brenda Brown Dennis Brown Harvey Brown Regina Brown Kathy Burk Frances Burton Sandy Cahill Sylvia Caldwell Leon Carbaugh Barry Garner Pam Carr Coy Carter Jimmy Carter Sharon Casey Mary Cawley James Collins Jacqueline Collins Phyllis Collins Linda Copen 72 David Coulthard Connie Cox Pat Crocket Mary Margaret Croy Barbara Cumbee Bobby Cumbee Mildred Dalton Billy Danahy Becky Davis Charlotte Davis Lucy Davis Steve Donovan Donald Douthat Allen Dowdy Gary Dowdy James Dowdy Larry Dowdy Peyton Dowdy Nancy Dunn Spencer Dunn Mary Beth Edward Monte Eppling Barbara Evans Brenda Fern Loretta Fields David Fisher Dream a Fisher Jackie Fletcher Linda Foster Harriet Fry Terry Frye Thomas Fuller Jerry Furrow Judy Galliher John Genadopoulas Elliott Gilmer Martha Gilmer Tommy Givens Ruthie Groseclose Sharon Hall 73 Dennis Hamblin Barbara Hammons Marshall Harless William Harris Brenda Harry Jerry Harvey Min Rose Hendrickson Betsy Hilton Betty Hilton Pete Hodge Gordon Hodges Steve Huffman Linda Hutchison Sharon Hutchison Theresa Jennelle Jimmy Johnston Rusty Johnston Tom Johnston Carolyn Jones Tommy Jones Mike Journell Joyce Kast Linda Kelly Betty Johnson Charles Johnson Ted Johnson 74 All this .... and food too? Patsy Kelly Judy Kirk Rebecca Kirk Ernie Lang Pat Lee Audrey Lilly Betsy Long David Long Joseph Lucas Ronnie McCormick Sarah McClung Betty McCroskey Connie McCroskey Rex McCroskey Eddie McGuire Carol McPeak Marsha Mann Brenda Martin Donna Carol Martin Geraldine Martin Roger Martin Margaret Meade Carolyn Meredith Linda Merrix Alice Midkiff Margaret Miles 75 Jimmy Miller Brenda Moore Linda Moore Linda Morris Roger Morris Sandra Morris Lanny Moser Mike Munsey Carolyn Myers Steve Myers Alex Neely Willis Oakes Frankie O ' Dell Kathy Osborne Katy Owens Marshall Page Molly Parks Steve Patterson Darrell Payne Shirley Perdue Gary Price Kathy Pyles Dennis Raines Wayne Ramsey Steve Ratcliffe Beverly Reed Doris Rice Janice Rice Margaret Robinson Brenda Rolen Mary Margaret Roller Earlene Runions Danny Sadler Marlene Sadler Rhonda Sadler Larry Sanders Sammy Santolla Eddie Sarver Sylvia Sarver Jerry Sexton 76 Darrell Shrader Jimmy Shrader Dusty Slusher Donna Smith Linda Smith Gary Snider Loretta Snider j; John Snidow Patricia Songer Jimmy Spangler Anna Marie Stafford Pat Stafford ! Richard Steele Barbara Stephens Gary Stephens Betty Thompson Betty Lou Thompson Gary Thornhill Arbie Tickle William Trenor Sandra Viars Karla White Linda White Are you sure I ' m not boring you? 77 Linda Whittaker Karen Wilburn Gilbert Wilkerson Allen Dale Williams Daniel Williams David Williams Diane Williams Gary Williams Jerry Williams Jill Williams Kathy Williams Mike Williams William Wilson Claude Wimmer Mike Witten L. to R. Nonchalant, fervent prayer, fed-up, dedicated, soused. 78 FRESHMEN Charles Simmons, Pres.; Phillip Morris, V. Pres.; Jeannie Dunman, Treas.; Deborah Fuller, Reporter; Becky Carrier, Secretary. § Becky Carrier Bonnie Carter Earnest Caudle Melvin Caudle David Chapman Douglas Clark Madge Clatterbuck Jimmy Colley Joyce Collins Marvin Collins Johnny Adkins Steve Albert Raymond Amos Helena Anderson Marilyn Anderson Virginia Anderson Mary Ann Ballard Charles Bogle Debra Brock Roger Brooks Wendell Brown Charles Butler Alfred Caldwell Edward Caldwell Russell Caldwell Sarah Conley Patsy Conner Jerry Covill Chris Cramer Pris Croy 80 Karen Cruise Brenda Cumbee Paulette Cumbee Gerald Dalton Larry Darnell Joyce Davis Roger Davis Diane Day Carol Deakin Cathy DeHart Tony Dennis Sherry Dennis Danny Dickerson Linda Dickerson Debbie Duncan Sharon Duncan Jeanie Dunman Jimmy Eaves Linda Fields Linda Frye Deborah Fuller Melinda Goad Joy Lynn Hale Lura Hale Robert Hale Janice Hicks Michael Hicks Becky Higginbotham Clay Hill Larry Hodge V... ' I Juanita Holt Elizabeth Hoston Arnold Hudson Alma Hutchinson Bruce Irwin Rosa Jackson Bucky Janey Roger Jennelle Judy Johnson Mary Johnson Connie Johnston Rodney Johnston Anita Jones David Jones Edgar Jones Elizabeth Kast William Keffer Derhonda Kessinger Roger Kessinger Robert King Wayne King Earnest Lafon Luther Lawson Rita Lester Eugene Link Mary Link A. J. Lowe Clyde Lucas Ruby Lucas Chucky McClaugherty Pat McCroskey Eddie McGuire Steve McMahan Karen Marshall Betty Martin Donnie Martin Freddie Martin Kenneth Martin Ola Martin Ronald Martin 82 Darwin Mason Kathryn Mathena Brenda Meredith Donna Merrix Joe Midkiff Bobby Mika Anna Mills Phillip Morris Joyce Mosburg Barbara Moser Richard Moye Thomas Moye William Moye Ardelia Munsey Donald Myers Pam Neely Lawrence Neice Jimmy Oliver Maureen Parcell Sandra Parcell Everette Parks Teresa Parr Linda Patterson Bobby Peoples Eleanor Perdue Gary Perkins Phillip Perkins Marie Poulos Thomas Powell Bonnie Pyles Thomas Pyles Judy Ratcliffe Larry Ratcliffe Patricia Reed Charles Reynolds Gloria Rice Doris Richardson Brenda Robertson Linda Robertson Elizabeth Rogers 83 David Rowe Phillip Sabat William Sadler Bobby Sanders Betty Sartin Calvin Sarver Barbara Saunders Margaret Schultz Emily Sharpe Billy Shaver Iris Shelton Barbara Shepherd We were sick! Charles Simmons Roger Simpkins Wanda Simpkins Brenda Stafford David Stafford Daniel Stanley Juanita Stanley Shirley StClair 84 Baby, it ' s cold outside! David Stephens Mary Stevers Danny Stowers Juanita Stump Martha Stump Barbara Talbert Alma Tate Joyce Terry Clarence Thompson Lois Thompson Thomas Torp Linda Trenar Doris Waldron ■ « George Webb Helen Weiss John Whittaker Mark. Vaught Larry Vest William Vincell Shahn Wilburn Patricia Wiley Barbara Williams Bonnie Williams Dorsey Williams 85 Drema Williams Peggy Williams Becky Williams I ' m Particular! Bobby Williams Sharon Williams John Wilson James Woods Denny Woodyard Joey Woodyard NOT PICTURED Jimmy Bailey Nona Carter Arthur Harless Don ' t wait to be told I don ' t like ice cream — huh-unh! 86 to RM Dale Williams, Pres.; Charlie Edwards, V, Pres.; 1 McGuire, Sec.; Steve Davis, Rep.; Gordon Hylton, Treas 87 Bonnie Sue Adams Carolyn Adkins David Aistrop Freida Akers Donnie Albert Ronnie Albert Sally Allen Ernest Atkins Walter Bailey Vickie Baker Gary Ballard Bonnie Bane Bill Bane Kay Bittinger Melanie Blackburn Robena Blevins Verna Bocock Steve Body Carol Bonds Jay Hugh Bonds Beth Bostic Robin Brotherton Judith Brown Nancy Brown Darcy Burton Sharon Butler Claude Caldwell Peggy Caldwell Billy Cecil Calvin Chapman Leonard Clark Douglas Collins Glenna Collins Joyce Collins Judy Collins Mary Collins Randy Collins Rose Collins Frankie Combs Ivalene Conner 88 Danny Cooper Carol Covill Sandy Crabtree James Cruise Mildred Cumbee Betty Jo Dalton Edward Dalton Michael Davis Carolyn Day Larry Dillon Thomas DiRico Cornelia Dodson Glenn Douthat Mary Dowdy Jerry Duncan Robert Duncan Charles Edwards Cathy Falls Bonnie Fanning Marvin Farewell Nancy Farley Sarah Fisher Larry Fletcher Robert Francis Lewis Frye Sharon Fuller Brenda Gautier Marvin Gautier Linda Gillespie Mark Givens Drema Griggs Tommy Groseclose Rodney Gusler Mary Gutwald Jimmy Hankins Larry Hardy Donna Harless Mary Harless Frank Harmon Glenna Harrison 89 Daril Harvey Karen Harvey Patricia Harvey Margaret Hendrickson Frankie Hobbs Sharon Hobbs Mary Holpp Emmette Holt Richard Holt Stephanie Huffman Builders of What? Linda Hungate Dallas Hutchinson Joseph Hylton Richard Jennell Mchael Jennelle Elva Johnson Jerry Johnson Michael Johnson Rodney Johnson Teresa Johnson William Johnson James Jones Mary Jones 90 Memphis Kast Joseph Keffer Virginia Keffer Sydney Keister Betty Kirk Donnie Kirk Mary Lang Leon Law Bonfire--Homecoming 1965 Alvin Lucas Clarence Lucas Martha Lucas John McClung Richard McCormick Douglas McCoy Edye McCroskey Ernest McCroskey Steven McDaniel William McGuire 91 Trevia Mahaffey Teretha Manning Victor Marcussen Alice Martin Carol Martin Dianne Martin Elsie Martin John Martin Larry Martin Mary Martin Ted Martin Linda Meadows David Meredith Harold Meredith Janice Meredith Portia Merrix Alice Miles Mary Miller William Miller Ann Moon Patricia Moran Debra Morris Jerry Morris Richard Morris Benny Munsey Richard Myers Barbara Neice Eddie Norton Toma O ' Dell Deborah Osborne Peggy Osborne Brenda Pack Linda Pack Virginia Parks Deborah Pegram Roger Perdue Allen Perkins James Perkins Connie Price Jane Price 92 Norman Price Patricia Price Gary Poff Corky Proffitt Billie Pyles Sharon Rader Jo Anne Ratcliffe Ray Ratcliffe Walter Reed John Riggs Mitchell Riggs Harvey Robbins Kyle Robertson Ervin Rogers Joanna Rogers Roger Sadler Brenda Sanders Robert Santolla Deanita Sarver Cathy Sexton Ray Sessor Glenn Sharpe Donald Shaver Capris Shelton Thomas Shepherd Wanda Smith William Smith Janice Snider Lacy Snider Rex Snider Anna Snidow Gary Snidow Barbara Songer Sue Ellen Stafford William Stafford Linda Stanwitz Charles Steele David Stevers Sandy Sumpter Michael Talbert 93 Althea Tate Cecil Tate James Taylor Sarah Terry Danny Tickle Keith Vaught Robe Wagner Barbara Warner Michael Welch Ann Whittaker Deborah Whittaker Dorothy Whittaker Betty Williams Carmen Williams Charles Williams Dale Williams Don ' t let a bad complexion make you a wallflower! David Williams Jim Williams Michael Williams Richard Williams Douglas Williams Karen Zuber Not pictured: James Callahan Bonnie Fanning Joseph Hilton Elizabeth Holt Debra Kessinger Jackie Meredith David Robertson Michael Scott Allen Snider Thomas Stafford Connie Stephens Bobby Tawney Pat Miller 94 ORGANIZATIONS Student Cooperative PRESIDENT: Andy Weaver 96 REPORTER Becky Davis CHAPLAIN Jimmie Philpott Association L. - R.: D. Williams, A. Coleman, M. Robinson, C, White, B. Pyles, D. Kessinger; S. Stafford, A. Miles, P, Caldwell, B. Dowdy, D. Williams, C. McClaugherty 2nd ROW: S. Ballard, C. Ratliff, M. Ballard, S. Hall, C. Atchison, B. Habernigg C. Painter, G. Rolen, B. Blevins, M. Mann, E. Sharpe, J. Dunman 3rd ROW: E. Norton, G. Hilton, W. Brown, B, Dupell, S. Miller, F. O ' Dell, G. Hodge, M. Witten, N. Vincel, S. Donovan, H. Irwin, D. Kessinger Co- Parliamentarians: Howard Ir- win Darrell Kessinger Sponsor: Mrs. Mildred Andrews The S.C.A. is an organization of all the students of the school. Its main purpose is to serve the school, and promote better understandings between pupils and faculty. 97 National Honor Society President: Pat Johnson Vice President: Nancy Ahalt Secretary: Judy Pliner Treasurer: Brian Dupell Sponsor: Mrs. Danahy The National Honor Society is an or- ganization which recognizes students who have attained outstanding scholarship and possess qualities of character, leadership, and service. Candidates must have at least a " B " average, have been in Giles High School one semester, and be a mem- ber of the junior or senior class. Programs of interest to school leaders are presented at meetings and an assembly for the tapping of new members is held each year. 98 Tapping, an annual ceremony S. Albert S. Dennis B. Dickerson D. Douthat B. Dowdy B. Falls S. Frye D. Going H. Holton B. Ingram E. Johnston S. Lawson L. Lucas D. Martin R. Morgan D. Moser J. Munsey R. Owens L. Parr M. Rogers G. Snidow A. Weaver L. Webb J. Winston B. Young Juniors M. Allen B. Bane B. Buckland A. Coleman G. Combs L. Dunman H. Farrier M. Holton T. Hypes L. Ingram H. Irwin B. Lester S. Level S. Miller C. Nuckols S. Rose E. Rowe P. St. Clair B. Stafford Key Club L. - R.: C. Shoifrio, B. Falls, D. Martin, B. Hendrickson, D. C urn bee, R. Martin, L. Webb, J. Philpott, D. Dout- hat, J. Porterfield, W. Williams, J. McMillan, A. Weaver; 2nd ROW: D. Coulthard, B. Danahy, A. McLean, H. Irwin, S. Miller, B. Dupell, B. Richard, J. Spangler, J. Albert, J. Falls, J. Miller, W. Vest, D, Huffman, J. Lucas Key Club, sponsored by the Pearisburg Kiwanis Club, is an international organiza- tion. This year s activities included Slave Day, Miss GHS Beauty Pageant, Key Club- Tri-Hi-Y Basketball Game, and Convention in Norfolk, Va. Some of their objects are: 1. To develop initiative and leader- ship 2. To prepare for useful citizenship 3. To provide experience in living ’and working together 4. To serve the school and community 100 PRESIDENT: Lewis Webb V. PRESIDENT: Bucky Hendrickson TREASURER: A1 McLean ADVISOR: Mr, Joe Coleman JCei y G uS cS weetJieart c5 onya 91 Seri SECRETARY: Jim McMillan REPORTER: Jim Philpott 101 Sr. Tri-Hi- Y FIRST ROW: Betsy Ingram, PRESIDENT; Ellen Rowe, V. PRESIDENT; Becky Bane, SECRETARY; Lois Lucas, TREASURER SECOND ROW: Miss Shirley McCormick, ADVISOR; Becky Corell, REPORTER; Au- drey Lilly, HISTORIAN; Linda Dunman, CHAPLAIN 102 M.G.A. DELEGATES L. to R.: Becky Bane, Delegate; Barbar Blevins, Page; Honore Hol- ton, Senator The Jr. and Sr. Tri-Hi-Y are the YMCA in the high school. Their pur pose is " to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character " . Their platform is Clean Speech, Clean Sports, Clean Scholarship, and Clean Living. Jr. Tri-Hi-Y FIRST ROW: Mrs. Norene Harding, ADVISOR; Vicky Baker, CHAPLAIN; Sharon Butler, SECRETARY; Margaret Hendrickson, VICE-PRESIDENT; Toma O’Dell, REPORTER; Carol Deakin, PRESIDENT; Corky Profitt, TREASURER. 103 Hi-Y FIRST ROW: Jim Philpott, President; Joe Stephens, Vice-President; Dennis Moser, Secretary-Treasurer; Jimmy Bales, Chaplain; Howard Irwin, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Jackie McCall, Lanny Moser, Mike Smith, Pat Stafford, Tom Johnston. THIRD ROW: Sammy Level, Jack Mustard, Pat St. Clair, Chuck Shomo, Tommy Givens. Hi-Y, a new organization at Giles this year, is the High School Young Men ' s Christian Association. Hi-Y is concerned with high ideals and character development among its members and the student body. 104 Mr. Clarence Mulheren Club Sponsor 3 — F SPARTONIAN STAFF I li | w I THE SPARTONIAN Editor - - — Deborah Going Editorial Assistant - -- -- -- - Harold Williams, Jr. News Editor — Janice Butler Feature Editor Carol LaFon Photographer - - - - Joe Stephens Exchange Editor Justin Brown Art Director Helen Weiss Contributing Reporters Nancy Fisher, Mike Hunter, Bill Munsey, Carole Nuckols, Ruth Williams, Linda Hungate, Richard Morgan, Bernard Mason Jennifer Martin. Symphonic Chorale in luators. Deborah Going, Editor, and Mrs. Laura McGraw, Staff Spon- sor. the Times Dispatch. Thursday December ! 6, at After the individual c Following lunch the clinic -7, on n r h» Giles High finish their alloted num FIRST ROW: Billy Munsey, Buster Williams, Carol LaFon, Janice Butler, Helen Weiss. SECOND ROW: Bernard Ma- son, Richard Morgan, Ruth Williams, Becky Price, Joe Stephens. tret 105 French Club y Pres. , Nancy Ahalt; V. Pres. , Judy Pliner; Sec.-Treas. , Honore Holton; Reporter, Mary Margaret Roller; Ad- visor, Mrs. R. Reed The French Club offers its members the opportunity of meeting informally and becoming familiar with the ways of life of French-speaking people. Through the use of films and songs, the club has broadened its knowledge in the field of French. 106 Junior Classical League Pres.: Don Merrill, Billy Danahy, Jeanie Dunman, Steve Donovan, Linda Dunman; V. Pres.: Mike Smith, Joe Stephens, Jane Torp, Becky Davis, Vicky Fleenor; Sec.: Becky Carrier, Audrey Lilly, Helen Farrier, Sharon Carrier, George Webb ADVISER: Mrs. Mildred Andrews The Junior Classical League endeavors to: 1. increase interest in a study of the classics. 2. increase interest in a knowledge of the civilization and its influence on modern people. 3. stimulate an interest in our heritage. 4. point out the value of Latin in the study of the Romance languages. 107 The Art Club Is an organi- zation comprised of artistically talented students who wish to be of service to the school and community. Activities range from stage decorations to posters for stu- dents, teachers, school organi- zations, and community clubs and functions Library Club Right to left: Betty Johnson, President; Clara Meredith, Vice Pres.; Brends John- son, Treasurer; Bonnie Dolinger, Reporter; Mrs. Louise Robinson and Miss Frances Hypes, Sponsors. Not pictured: Gwen Robertson, Secretary. With the aid of library assistants, the school library is run more efficiently while giving the students valuable training. The entire student body is indebted to the Library Club for its service to the school. FIRST ROW: B. Higginbotham, V. Collins, M. Rogers, J. Dennis, B. Johnson, B. Dolinger, N. Cruise, M. Eaton, B. Johnson. SECOND ROW: B. Pyles, S. St. Clair, C. Meredith, B. Hinchee, S. Marshall, W. St. Clair, J. Perdue, F. Thompson, L. Sumpter, B. Ratcliffe. 109 | §£. Future Teachers of America FIRST ROW: Linda Ingram, PRESIDENT; Ellen Rowe, VICE- PRESIDENT; Margaret Miles, SECRETARY; Audrey Lilly, TREASURER SECOND ROW: Gail Combs, HISTORIAN; Cyn- thia Atchison, PARLIAMENTARIAN NOT PICTURED: AD- VISORS, Mrs. Olga Jamison, Mr. Dale Collins, and Mrs. Grace Robertson The purpose of the Giles Future Teachers of America is to learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, its responsibilities, and its role in our democracy as well as to explore the interests and abilities of its members in relation to the various teach- ing fields. To aid education in foreign countries a contribution was made to Books USA. 1 10 F.F.A Right to left: Marshall Williams, Secretary; Jimmy Lucas, President; Billy Reynolds, Treasurer; Tommy Litchford, Re- porter; Mike Hutchison, Vice-President; Duke Reynolds, Sentinel; Mr. Hurley Johnston, Club Sponsor. Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve Future Homemakers FIRST ROW: D. Going, Reporter; P. Talbert, Treasurer; M. G. Allen, Secretary; G. Ramsey, V. President; L. Moye, V. President; J. Mahaffey, President. SECOND ROW: R. Owens, Parliamen- tarian; N. Webb, Songleader; P. Lee, Historian; D. Smith, Chaplain. THIRD ROW: Sponsors, Mrs. Rosetta Wheeler, Mrs. Marian Law, Mrs. Jane Janey. BETTY CROCKER FUTURE HOMEMAKER Deborah Going MARY DRAPER FEDERATION PRESIDENT Nancy Ahalt f America The Future Homemakers of America consists of high school girls who are studying or have studied vocational home economics. The club motto is TOWARD NEW HORI- ZONS and the flower, the red rose, symbolic of vibrance and youth. The chapter highlighted the project, " Morals and Manners Matter, " during the year. Chapter ac- tivities included club programs, a parent night, and participation in federation and state activities. 113 F.B.L.A FIRST ROW: Brenda Dickerson, Treasurer; Sharon Carrier, Secretary; Lana Smith, Vice- President; Hope Morris, President. SECOND ROW: Miss Shirley McCormick, Sponsor; Linda Parr, Historian; Ernest Meyers, Reporter; Carol Nuckols, Parliamentarian. The F.B.L.A. is organized to enlarge business classroom activity. To be eligible a student must be taking one or more business courses. Members have the opportunity to participate in the regional and state conventions. The club has purchased office equipment for the business department and sponsors NOMA spelling tests given through- out the year. I 14 RADFORD REGION HISTORIAN Linda Parr One of the business department ' s outstanding bulletin boards P.E. Assistants The Phys. Ed. Assistants give one period a day of their time to assist in the Physical Education classes. They are under the direction of Mrs. Rakes and Mrs. Jones. Left to right: Debbie Porterfield, Paulette Harrison, Gail Combs, Judy Hankins, Janice Butler, Lynn Cooper, Ann Thornhill, Junie Adams, Becky Price. I 15 Distributive Education Left to right: Gloria Kerr, Reporter; Loraine Jennelle, President; Shelvy Snidow, Treasurer; Becky Cumbee, Secretary; Tim Farley, Vice-Presi- dent. Not Pictured: Danny Stewart, Parliamentarian; Mr. John Fisher, Club Sponsor. 1 16 Clubs of America Distributive Education is a program of instruction which teaches marketing, mer- chandising, and management. DECA is the program of youth activity relating to DE, and is designed to develop future leaders. Purposes are to develop a respect for education in marketing and distribution which will contribute to vocational compe- tence and to promote understanding and appreciation for the responsibilities of citi- zenship. 1 17 ■ % 4 J ; ul i 4 [ 4 ft A ■ lr m W jB ] v B .W S ' ' V.. Bmp f ' w mm VH fy| - - k . mfkm- ' B • BBHw j I DIRECTOR: Mr. Archie Snyder Symphonic SOPRANOS Mary Glenn Allen Nancy Webb Barbara Blevins Judy White Sue Bocock Becky Williams Pam Carr Gloria D, Johnston Sharon Carrier Gail Combs ALTOS Becky Corell (not pict. ) Susan Dean (not pict, ) Nancy Ahalt (not pict.) Susie Dennis Cathy Dehart Mary Beth Edwards Linda Dunman Judi Hankins Jeannie Dunman Linda Ingram Sharon Hall Audrey Lilly Carole Nuckols Donna Smith Beverly Reed Betsy Stafford Mary Margaret Roller Patty Talbert Janice Stafford 118 Chorale TENORS BASSES Ronnie Brumfield Mike Ballard David Coulthard Wendell Brown Howard Irwin Dicky Douthat Jimmy Lucas Butch Dowdy Bobby Richard Bruce Irwin Ernest Myers Mike Journell Will Vest Bennie Kast Ralph Wilburn Jim Lewey Dale Williams Dennis Moser Lanny Moser Frankie O ' Dell Pat Stafford Buster Williams ACCOMPANIST: Miss Becky Lowdermilk 119 Giles High Sr. Band PEARI5BURE, VIRGIN DIRECTOR: Mr. John Rudacille DRUM MAJOR: Steve Donovan HEAD MAJORETTE: Sonya Albert MAJORETTES: Linda Anderson, Barbara Habemigg, Ellen Rowe, Brenda Rolen, Judy Kirk, Linda Copen, Priscil- la Croy BANNER GIRLS: Jennie Munsey, Gayle Ramsey OFFICERS: Pres. , Steve Donovan; V.-Pres. , Mike Journell; Sec. , Linda Ingram; Treas. , Brenda Rolen; Rep. , Becky Davis; Librarians; Sharon Hall, Willard Williams, Sonya Albert 120 Majorettes Lt. toRt.: Linda Copen, " Sock " Habernigg, Ellen Rowe, Linda Anderson, Sonya Albert, Judy Kirk, Pris Croy, Brenda Rolen Drum Major STEVE DONOVAN and Director MR. JOHN RUDACILLE 121 GHS Junior Band The Junior Band is a work- shop for those wishing to enter the Giles High Sen- ior Band. Each year it provides the performing band with fine musicians. 122 Director - Mr. Archie Snyder J.V. Cheerleaders ALICE MILES JEANNIE BUTLER Alternate: KAREN ZUBER 123 V arsity CAROL BELL ' 68 NANCY MARTIN 67 a FI A lternate DIANE WILLIAMS ’68 Captain CATHY PAINTER ' 67 DREAMA BOOTH ’67 iv Alternate LINDA PENNINGTON 67 Cheerleaders SPONSOR; Miss Pam Croy Bring on the football team I " Go, Spartans! " bounces off the walls of the auditorium of Giles High as the seven cheerleaders- -Cathy Painter, Judy Pliner, Nancy Martin, Carol Bell, Becky Davis, Terry Frye, and Dreama Booth--lead the student body during the football and basketball pep rallies. These girls embody the spirit of the school with their enthusiasm, their yells, and their leader- ship of the student body during pep rallies, football games, and basketball games. In their world of jumps, pom poms, and spirited yells, the cheerleaders ' purpose is to create school spirit, loyalty, in- terest, and sportsmanship in school sponsored activities. Spartans Mary Margaret Roller Mildred Dalton ALL STATE CHORUS: Becky Williams, Wendell Brown, Jimmy Lucas, Jim Lewey, Will Vest, Buster Williams, Butch Dowdy, Janice Stafford Judi Hankins, Ronnie Brumfield, Judy White, Carole Nuckols Special Honors ALL STATE BAND Helen Weiss Chucky McClaugherty, Sammy Level, Sarah McClung, Bruce Irwin, Tommy Givens Margaret Robinson, Audrey Lilly, Becky Carrier, Nancy Dunn, Mike Smith LATIN TOURNAMENT CONTESTANTS 126 ACTIVITIES 3iom e c o min y Court ? 6 6 12th SONYA ALBERT 10th 9th PAM CARR TEANIE DUNMAN 8th MARGARET HENDRICKSON QBrenda ' Dowdy Queen llth CATHY PAINTER 129 Queen S. now Gour 130 I ' m leaning on the lamp. . . Juniors work on showcase Friends, Romans, Countrymen. . . Will you marry me??? We ' re working?! ? A rose is a rose is a rose. . . 131 133 Jltay 14, 1966 134 SCA Sponsors Wham-Doodle On February 15th, the Student Coopera- tive Association sponsored a " Wham -Doodle " for the student body. Some fifteen acts including vocal and instrumental groups, dance groups, and pantomimes provided the entertainment. The proceeds which ex- ceeded two hundred dollars were divided between the guidance department and the library. Key Club 7 VlSS ( :J7 fS 1st RUNNER-UP Vicky Fleenor Gincfy Atchison 2nd RUNNER-UP Brenda Fern Beauty Pageant FINALIST: Barbara Blevins FINALIST: Brenda Rolen 137 Symphonic Chorale Tour May 18-22, 1966 Jackson’s Mill, W. Va. The Symphonic Chorale left on the annual spring tour on May 18th for Jackson ' s Mill, near Weston, West Virginia. While on tour the Chorale presented concerts at Roosevelt -Wilson and Vic- tory High Schools in Clarksburg and Elkins High School in Elkins. Each pro- gram included sixteen choral arrangements which for the first time were per- formed from memory. The 51 members and chaperones enjoyed recreational activities including sports and dancing at the Mill, bowling, and swimming and boating at Lake Riley. The group was accompanied by Mr. Archie Snyder, Director, and Mrs. Snyder; Miss Rebecca Lowdermilk, Pianist; Mrs. Ruth Reynolds; and Mr. Dale Collins. The Chorale returned to Giles on Sunday, May 22nd.. Apple-Blossom Festival Winchester, Virginia April 29-May 1, 1966 The Giles High Senior Band left on April 29, 1966, for the annual Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Virginia. The band arrived at Front Royal that day where they were lodged for the weekend. Thursday afternoon they left for Winchester, 25 miles away, for the Fireman’s Parade. The band competed with eighty-some bands in its division and received the first place trophy and award of seventy-five dollars. The following day, though the rain poured, the band won second place in the Grand Parade. Tired, but excited, the band returned to Front Royal to celebrate with a dance and party. The band members were pleased to be wel- comed home Sunday by a large number of per- sons. Mayor Taylor of Pearisburg presented an additional trophy to the band on their arrival home. Klassroom Kwiz 3 -Time Winners This year Giles High earned its first victories on Channel 7 ' s Klassroom Kwiz. The team, consist- ing of Seniors Nancy Ahalt, Boyce Falls, and Deborah Going, scored wins over previous champion, Ran- dolph-Henry of Charlotte Court House, Appomattox, and Staunton River before losing to Amherst County. About fifty students attended each week to support the team during the four weeks in February in which the school was featured. The team was sponsored by the SHIELD Staff. 140 141 Varsity Football BOTTOM ROW: Billy Walkup (manager), Richard Steele (manager), Bucky Hendrickson, Wallace Fletch er, Alex Neely, Boyce Falls, Billy Ramsey, Tommy Collins, Larry Reynolds, Charles Simpkins, Frankie Odell, Denny Woodyard (manager). 2nd ROW: Coach Jim Worley, Steve Miller, Henry Stump, Ronnie Stuart, Dicky Douthat, Chink Martin, David Huffman, Bobby Richard, Daniel Stevens, Jerry Albert, Ronnie Brumfield (manager). 3rd ROW: Bill East (manager), Clay Hill, Donnie Martin, Jody Falls, Robert King, Larry Journell, Jimmy Johnson, Skipper Williams, Fonzie Collins, Coach John Davidson. SCHEDULE Giles 0 Narrows 13 Giles 47 Floyd 0 Giles 14 Christiansburg 6 Giles 0 Blacksburg 20 Giles 0 Pulaski 7 Giles 7 Dublin 20 Giles 0 Wytheville 20 Giles 7 Princeton (W. Va.) 0 Giles 20 Peterstown (W. Va. ) 12 Won 4 Lost 5 142 Spartans in Action Spartans meet the Pirates face to face. Nobody move! I ' ve lost the coin. Dead end. Donnie and Larry clear the way for Steve. Skipper and his fan club. Football, football. Who ' s got the football? Graduating Seniors DONNIE MARTIN Halfback 6 ' 2 " 185 lb. BOYCE FALLS Halfback 5 9 " 175 lb. SKIPPER WILLIAMS Quarterback 6’1 " 170 lb. Going to the ground is Boyce Falls in Giles ' 20-12 romp over Peterstown. WALLACE FLETCHER Center 5 ' 10 " 150 lb. BUCKY HENDRICKSON Halfback 6 ' 150 lb. 144 BILLY RAMSEY Halfback 5 ' 9 " 145 lb. DICKY DOUTHAT Center 5’ 10 " 190 lb. CHINK MARTIN Tackle 5 ' 9 " 200 lb. Steve outruns two Demon defenders for a Spartan score. FONZIE COLLINS End 6 3 " 175 lb. LARRY JOURNELL End 6 ' 1 " 165 lb. 145 Spartans Have Good Material for Coming Year JODY FALLS Guard and End 6 ' 2 " 195 lb STEVE MILLER Fullback 6 ' 1 " 175 lb. ROBERT KING End 6 5 " 200 lb. FRANKIE ODELL Tackle 5 8 " 185 lb. JERRY ALBERT Guard 5 ' 11 " 180 lb. BOBBY RICHARD Quarterback 5’ 11 " 145 lb. RONNIE STUART Tackle 5 ' 10 " 185 lb. DAVID HUFFMAN Guard 5 ' 10” 175 lb. DANIEL STEPHENS Tackle 5’ 11 " 175 lb. 146 HENRY STUMP Tackle 5’9 " 190 lb. TOMMY COLLINS Guard 5 ' 9 " 145 lb. CHARLIE SIMMONS Halfback 5’ 11 " 145 lb. CLAY HILL End 5’ 11 " 140 lb. ALEX NEELY Guard 5 ' 8 " 155 lb. JIMMY JOHNSON End 5 ' 10 " 145 lb. LARRY REYNOLDS Center 5 ' 11” 150 lb. Head Coach Jim Worley Assistant Coach John Davidson 147 J.V. Football FIRST ROW -(SITTING) Willis Oakes, Richard Stevens, Danny Stowers, Rodney Lawson, Walter Thomp- son, Mike Witten, Billy Danahy, Mike Hicks, Dusty Slusher. SECOND ROW - Tommy Butler (manager), David Chapman, Gary Dowdy, Gary Price, Larry Dowdy, Bill Reynolds, Tommy Powell, Denny Wood- ward, Tom Johnston, Wayne King. THIRD ROW - Chuck McClaugherty (manager), Bobby Williams, Philip Morris, Claude Wimmer, David Rowe, W. R. Johnson, Roger Martin, Steve Albert, J. W. Woods, Jim Eaves, Coach Cedric Frazier. Not pictured-Coach Bob Wilburn SCHEDULE Giles 7 Narrows 20 Giles 13 Christiansburg 26 Giles 7 Narrows 26 Giles 7 Blacksburg 13 Giles 7 Dublin 20 Giles 7 Hillsville 0 148 8th Grade Football FIRST ROW-(SITTING) Ricky Jennell, Danny Tickle, Dale Williams, Bobby Santolla, Steven Body, Douglas McCoy, Mike Williams, Dallas Hutchinson, Melford Lawson, Ted Martin. SECOND ROW - Gerald Dalton, Tommy Stafford, Walter Reed, Stanley Williams, Robert Duncan, Billy Stafford, Leon Law, Mike Johnson, Ricky Holt, Mike McGuire. THIRD ROW - Coach Larry Conner, Allen Morris, Steve Ballard, David Williams, Jimmy Hankins, Gordon Hilton, Mike Jennelle, Darcey Burton, Tommy Shepard (manager). SCHEDULE Giles 0 Narrows 6 Giles 0 Christiansburg 27 Giles 0 Narrows 13 Giles 0 Hillsville 0 Giles 0 Blacksburg 13 Giles 20 Dublin 6 149 BHHH Varsity Basketball . . . Left to Right: Andy Weaver, Bobby Richard, Brian Dupell Jody Falls, Howard Irwin, Robert King, Donnie Martin, Skipper Williams, Steve Miller, Donald Douthat, Roy Lovern Billy Ramsey SCHEDULE Giles 64 Galax 30 Giles 67 Fort Chiswell 52 Giles 62 Hillsville 47 Giles 67 Floyd 37 Giles 62 Pulaski 74 Giles 66 Dublin 57 Giles 50 Narrows 68 Giles 63 Christiansburg 68 Giles 61 Blacksburg 51 Giles 70 Galax 59 Giles 69 Fort Chiswell 49 Giles 69 Hillsville 50 Giles 63 Floyd 51 Giles 72 Pulaski 74 Giles 59 Dublin 63 Giles 55 Narrows 51 Giles 51 Blacksburg 72 Giles 85 Tournament Christiansburg 71 Giles 60 Dublin 69 150 First Winning Season SKIPPER WILLIAMS ANDY WEAVER BILLY RAMSEY ROY LOVERN a ■ i y Jtg v PHH f fGKol i 3 . aWk i V DONNIE MARTIN Spartans Rank in JODY FALLS STEVE MILLER BOB RICHARD BRIAN DUPELL Timesland Top-Ten King shows great promise under the excellent supervision of Coach Larry Conner. MANAGERS: Chuck McClaugherty and Richard Steele. The Giles High Basketball squad, under the direc- tion of Coach Larry Conner, gave the students and fans something to sit up and crow about during the 1965-66 season. The Spartans, with a 12-6 won-- loss record, finished fourth in the district but met with misfortune in the tournaments. The Spartan basketball team has now established its place as a fearless and hard-fighting group. The following years should also prove interesting now that our reputation is established and material for the future is still strong. J.V. Basketball V r c - BOTTOM ROW: Coach Bob Wilburn, Jimmy Johnston, Bill Danahy Michael Hicks, Roger Martin, Clay Hill 2nd ROW: David Coulthard, Danny Stowers, Bobby Williams Mike Ballard, W. R. Johnston, Steve Albert, Tom Givens 3rd ROW: Wendell Brown, John Genadopoulas, Mike Witten Chuck Shomo SCHEDULE Giles 35 Galax 30 Giles 41 Fort Chiswell 35 Giles 53 Hillsville 27 Giles 66 Floyd 31 Giles 36 Pulaski 39 Giles 43 Dublin 50 Giles 33 Narrows 42 Giles 47 Christiansburg 44 Giles 40 Blacksburg 50 Giles 56 Galax 54 Giles 42 Fort Chiswell 40 Giles 44 Hillsville 22 Giles 61 Floyd 24 Giles 34 Narrows 55 Giles 36 Blacksburg 41 Giles 47 Christiansburg 25 Giles 47 Pulaski 58 Giles 65 Dublin 61 154 8th Grade Basketball BOTTOM ROW: Coach Davidson, Dallas Hutchison, Charlie Edwards, Steve Body, Dale Williams, Roger Perdue, Melford Lawson SECOND ROW: Steve McDaniel, Ricky Holt, Lewis Frye, Mike Johnson, Steve Davis, Jimmy Han- kins THIRD ROW: Jayhugh Bonds, Mike Jennelle, Steve Ballard, Robert Duncan, Allen Morris, Gordon Hylton, John McClung 155 Baseball Team Captures BOTTOM ROW: Chink Martin, Donnie Martin, Bucky Hendrickson, Jody Falls, Jack Fletcher, Larry Dowdy. SECOND ROW: Larry Reynolds, Bobby Richard, I. B. Terry, Danny Stowers, Ronnie Trout. BACK ROW: Roger Robertson, Frank O ' Farrell, Paul Hale, Roy Lovern, Gary Price, Chuck McClaugherty (manager). Giles 13 RECORD Peterstown 0 Giles 6 Dublin 0 Giles 6 N arrows 1 Giles 5 Blacksburg 4 Giles 17 Christiansburg 8 Giles 11 Narrows 12 Giles 4 Blacksburg 1 Giles 3 Dublin 1 Giles 9 Peterstown 3 Giles 11 Christiansburg 2 Giles 0 Radford 5 Giles 10 Radford 7 Giles 4 TOURNAMENT Hillsville 3 Giles 0 Galax 2 Won 11 Lost 3 COACHES: Mr. C. Frazier, Mr. L. Conner 156 Division Title Martin is happy with winning season. Hendrickson poses for fan club. Williams comes to bat for Giles. Falls helps decide Division Title. Young takes cut against Radford. 157 Cross Country Team BACK ROW: Brian Dupell, David Cooper, Jerry Hypes, Jim Bales, Coach Clarence Mulheren. FRONT ROW: Eddie Caldwell, Jack Mustard, Charlie Bogle, Charlie Edwards (manager). This was a fine year for the ' 66 Spartan cross country team. It was the second undefeated year for the team, but the first year to win the district championship. As well as winning the district championship, the boys took the state I-B championship at William and Mary. David Cooper, the only senior on the team, broke every meet and course record he ran this year, including the state I-B record. 158 Wins State Title Giles Opponent 17 Alleghany County 42 16 Christiansburg 43 15 Greenbrier Military 45 19 Christiansburg 43 18 Blacksburg 37 15 Radford 43 21 Fort Chiswell 34 18 Blacksburg 37 15 Radford 44 New River District Meet Giles 31 Fort Chiswell 47 Blacksburg 55 Narrows 108 Radford 125 Coach Mulheren and David Cooper, captain of the team and a fine runner. Look out, Kelly! The boys look proud after winning the state title. 159 Track Team Has Best FIRST ROW: Billy Spangler, Steve Albert, Everett Parks, Scott Rose, Alex Neely, Danny Lucas, Jerry Albert, Roger Kanode, Ronnie Stewart, David Huffman, Norman Vencil, Duke Reynolds, Jimmy Miller, Edgar Jones, Jim Lewey; SECOND ROW: James Jones (Manager), David Hutchinson, p Jimmy Bales, David Cooper, Joe Holpp, Richard Stephens, Marvin Sartin, Willis Oakes, Jan Sabat g Left: Assistant Coach Bob Wilburn and Coach John Davidson Season in School’s History Mike Hicks, Mike Witten, Charlie Simmons, Mike Hunter, Daniel Stephens; THIRD ROW: Jack Mustard, Brian Dupell, Steve Miller, David Chapman, Jerry Jones, Dennis Perdue, Robert King, Pat St. Clair, Boyce Falls, Benny Kast, David Parks, J. W. Wood, Charlie Bogle, Clay Hill, Ronnie Brumfield, Don Clark. The track team, with its best balance ever, turned out a fine record this year, losing only one meet. The team placed fourth in the New River District Meet. Attending the state meet at V. M, I. were Team Captain Boyce Falls, who holds the school and district pole vault records; Billy Ramsey, who set a new school record in the 440; and Robert King, who established a new school record in the high hurdles and shot-put. District Champion Golf Team L. -R. : Tommy Groseclose, Andy Weaver, Charlie Richard, Chucky Shomo, Bernard Mason, Richard Gilmore, Pat Stafford, A. J. Lowe, Billy Danahy GOLFERS WIN 4TH STRAIGHT DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP 3RD IN STATE TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Giles 14 Pulaski 4 Giles 18 Floyd 0 Giles 12 1 2 George Wythe 5 1 2 Giles 13 Blacksburg 5 Giles 18 Pulaski 0 Giles 5 Blacksburg 13 Giles 17 1 2 Galax 1 2 Giles 4 (9 holes) Saltville 2 Giles 18 Hillsville 0 Giles 15 Valley 3 Giles 18 Galax 0 162 COACH: Mr, James Worley Tennis Team L. -R. : Charlie Edwards, Billy Munsey, Dicky Douthat, Lewis Webb, John Genadopoulos, Tom Givens, Walter Thompson 2nd ROW: Lance Brown, Jim Philpott, Chris Cramer, Butch Dowdy Not Pictured: Justin Brown 1966 wasn’t a very prosperous year for the Spartan tennis team. The entire sched- ule was hindered by bad weather and lack of practice. As the season ended, the record revealed three wins opposed to five losses. SCHEDULE Giles 0 Radford 7 Giles 7 Galax 0 Giles 0 Narrows 6 Giles 3 Radford 6 Giles 6 Pulaski 3 Giles 7 Galax 2 Giles 1 Narrows 8 Giles 3 Pulaski 6 COACH: Mr. Panco Cantley Spartan Snaps If you weren’t so tall, you could get your Not so fast, buddy! face in the picture. Would you believe, a football game? 164 ADVERTISEMENTS Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 From £TAe iAa icwia 3 tAfoMo se Narrows Pearisburg, Va. Now is the Time to See Us for Education Loans Automobile Loans Safe Deposit Boxes Personal Loans One or More of the Following! Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Home Loans Christmas Club Phone 1047 Pearisburg PA 6-2353 Narrows MOUNTAIN VIEW PILOT OIL MARKET COMPANY 705 Curve Road Phone 940 3 " The Fine Place to Trade " Main Street Pearisburg Congratulations to the Class of 1966 INGRAM MOBILE HOMES Travel Trailers MODERN CUT RATE AND DARI-DELITE Mobile Homes Pearisburg, Va. 3 Phone - 151 Pearisburg 167 Compliments of HERFF JONES Giles High Seniors go all out for Herff Jones ! BUDDY MOSES Official Giles High School Jeweler Engraved and Thermographed Wedding Invitations King Heights Phone 1186 Pearisburg, Va. 168 Authorized Dealer FRIGIDAIRE Appliances PEARISBURG HOME AUTO SUPPLY CORP. After the game.. . Refresh with Coca-Cola MOTOR SUPPLY CORP. Wholesale Auto Parts and Equipment Pearisburg and Rich Creek, Virginia Phone 593 or 596 Pearisburg Phone 726-3767 Rich Creek Hardware Houseware Fishing Tackle Toys Main Street Pearisburg, Va. J. BENTLEY HALL INSURANCE AGENCY 135 S. Main Street Pearisburg, Virginia Business Phone 877 All Kinds of Insurance 169 BARTON ' S BARBER SHOP Clate Dolinger Owner A BEN FRANKLIN STORE Locally Owned Nationally Known HENDRICKSON Compliments of MOTOR CO. Chrysler - Plymouth Valiant - Simca and Dodge Trucks CECIL STAFFORD 5 Years or 50, 000 Mile Warranty Phone 153 Pembroke, Va. 170 Quality Merchandise Popular Prices Giles County Shopping Center Pearisburg, Virginia Always Plenty of Free Parking Three Ways to Shop Cash, Charge, and Lay-Away EATON’S PHARMACY INGRAM PONTIAC CORP. 523 East Wenonah Avenue Phone 100 Pearisburg, Va. Pontiac -- Cadillac Buick -- GMC Prescriptions Specialist Fountain Service Baby Needs Cosmetics Perfumes Phone 151 Pearisburg 171 Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of 1966 From NEILY’S BOOK SUPPLY STORE, INC. INTERMONT CLEANERS Blacksburg, Va. Narrows, Virginia 172 inti Hi!!. Compliments Compliments of of ROLLER FLORAL COMPANY TECH DRIVE INN AND DINING ROOM Pearisburg, Virginia Fine Food Princeton, West Virginia South Main Bluefield, West Virginia Blacksburg, Va. First and Berkley Sts. Radford, Virginia Stationery Sales Books Business Forms Register Forms School Yearbooks Publications Programs Magazines Specialty Printing 502 East Wenonah Avenue Telephone 62 " Where Quality Is Not Expensive " 173 SALUTING THE CLASS OF 1966 CELCO PLANT CELANESE FIBERS COMPANY A Division of Celanese Corporation of America Narrows - Pearisburg, Virginia Congratulations to the Class of 1966 Compliments and Best Wishes F rom RUSHBROOKE CLEANERS NATIONAL BANK OF BLACKSBURG Phone 280 Mountain Lake Avenue Pearisburg, Virginia The CAMBmDGe c 0 0 r s 0 BLACKSBURG FEED SEED COMPANY 117 College Avenue Phone Prescott 2-8284 Blacksburg, Virginia Blacksburg, Virginia 175 MOUNTAIN LAKE HOTEL " Coolest Resort in the South " Compliments of NEW RIVER LUMBER COMPANY DOWDY ' S JEWELERS Pearisburg, Va. Building Materials CUDDINGTON STUDIO Pearisburg, Va. KINNEY ' S DRIVE-IN Route 100 Pearisburg - Narrows NARROWS FLOWER GIFT SHOP Narrows, Va. Narrows Phone PA 6-2341 Pearisburg Phone 1298 76 A. M. WHEELER Congratulations to the Class FURNITURE COMPANY INC. of 1966 Since 1916 THE B B STORES, INCORPORATED --Early American Furniture-- --Traditional Furniture-- --Modern Furniture-- Kroehler Living Room Furniture Kelvinator Appliances Giles ' s Largest Variety Store Philco Appliances Mohawk Carpets Smith Carpets Pearisburg Big Trade-Ins - Easy Terms and Call PArk 6-2132 Narrows Main Street Narrows, Va. Ingram And Taylor Furniture, Inc. PHONE 685 12 9 MAIN STREET PEARISBURG, VIRGINIA “Everything To Make the Home Comfortable ” Compliments of CROY MOTOR SALES, INC. Rambler Sales and Services Pearisburg, Virginia Phone 365 177 COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHSIDE GROCERY Pearisburg, Virginia AMERICAN CLUB Pearisburg, Virginia BROWN AND HAYES FURNITURE CO. INC Pearisburg, Virginia INGRAM PONTIAC SERVICE STATION Pearisburg, Virginia STEAK HOUSE Narrows, Virginia DUTTON ' S DRUG STORE Narrows, Virginia 1 " Home of the Dodge Boys " AKERS MOTOR CO. 178 Route 460 Narrows, Virginia INC. PRES BROWN’S, 14 West Washington Street Lexington, Va. Phone No. HO 3-5587 We carry all major lines including: Wilson, Rawlings, Spalding, and McGregor GILES CLINIC FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PETERSTOWN PHARMACY INC. Complete Banking Service Bank by Mail " Service to the Sick " Member Federal Reserve System- and F. D. I. C. Giles Clinic Building Phone 428 Pearisburg Virginia Phone 753-4321 Peterstown, West Virginia 179 r irst Valley National ank The Modern Bank That Service Built Checking Accounts Christmas Savings Clubs Automobile Loans Home Loans Savings Accounts Personal Loans Safe Deposit Boxes After Hour Depository- Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Phone PA 6-2335 Phone 1393 or 1394 Rich Creek, Virginia Pearisburg, Virginia McLEAN DRUG CO. DRUGS Prompt Service by a Prescription Druggist Lanvin Perfumes of Distinction and Ambassador Cards Whitmans Candy Pearisburg Phone 84 " Spartan Boosters " PEARISBURG LUMBER SUPPLY CORPORATION Building or Remodeling? From the Foundation to the Roof We Furnish All Your Needs Phone 246 " Our Life Is What Our Thoughts Make It " PRICE MODERN BARBER SHOP QUALITY FOOD COMPANY INC. We Survive by Serving the Public Private Enterprise Roanoke, Va. 181 J. F. WILLIAMS COMPANY, INC. PEMBROKE PHARMACY WILLI AMS-JAMISON FUNERAL HOME Phone 3504 Pembroke, Virginia HOGES CHAPEL GROCERY Hoges Chapel, Virginia " A Real Country Store " EPPERLY TEXACO M W SUPERMARKET " Your Modern and Friendly Supermarket " Hoges Chapel, Virginia Phone 241 Pembroke, Va. Telephone 44 General Repairing Wrecker Service Batteries Tires PEMBROKE MOTOR SALES Parts and Accessories BILL’S GRILL Gulf Oil, International Harvester Trucks, Wrecker Service 182 Owner: BOBBY McCALL Phone 182 Phone 9H5 1 Mile West of Pembroke QNi yrwg hist »i atm to »wow mw s? rut " “Q-itih Department Store Sue. Inc. 1903 WE INVITE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT • EASY TO SHOP • EASY TO PARK • EASY TO REACH SHOP COBURN ' S — NARROWS, VA. FOR TOP QUALITY NAME BRANDS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY call PA 6-2321 GRAHAM SCHOOL PICTURES, INC. EDGEMONT AND DUNCAN Bristol, Tennessee Your School Photographer 183 DICKERSON’S JEWELRY " We buy with caution we sell with confidence " 127 College Avenue Blacksburg Phone 552-3051 RICHARDSON CHEVROLET - OLDS Route 460 Narrows - Pearisburg, Va. Compliments of CLOVER CREAMERY COMPANY Mi lk B ut t e r I c e Cream Telephone 42 Pearisburg, Virginia THE DAILY NEWSPAPER Congratulations to the A living textbook that ' s Class of ' 66 completely rewritten every day with the most up-to-date information on many school subjects WOODS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. READ THE ROANOKE TIMES 184 Since 1857 Compliments of GILES VIRGINIAN-LEADER KROGER Buy - Sell - Swap With Virginian- Leader Want Ads Phone 88 - Pearisburg and Say " Charge it. " CITY ESSO SERVICE gg) Get the Best = Road Service = Get Motor Tune Ups SEALTEST . Carburetor Service . Brake Service . Radiator Flushing . Motor Cleaning 200 N. Main Street Phone 300 Pearisburg, Va. 24134 185 PEARISBURG FOOD CENTER Groceries Choice Meats Fresh Vegetables F rozen F oods EAKLE GAWTHKOP GENERAL IWSUKAMC5E Prompt Delivery Service Phone - Pearisburg Z PEDIGO BUILDING BUSINESS PHONE 131 PEARISBURG, VA. Compliments RADFORD BROTHERS of of PENNY PINCHER AND SPUR FEED AND SUPPLY Blacksburg, Virginia Pearisburg - Narrows, Va. 186 SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. VIRGINIAN RESTAURANT Foodland Shopping Center Pearisburg, Va. Phone 800 Kenmore Coldspot A n . r Appliances Homart Silvertone Saluting the Class of 1966 New Location - Hapiday Motor Lodge Pearisburg, Va. Phone 1254 Sales and Service “TINY-TOWN” RESTAURANT Groceries, Hardware, Clothing Under New Management For Lip-Smackin ' Goodness From Dawn till Dusk All you gotta do is Call On U s ! 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