Glenvar High School - Crusader Yearbook (Salem, VA)

 - Class of 1977

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The Underclassmen had mixed emotions of the merging of Glenvar and An- drew Lewis into the new Salem High 4 Opening School, The Seniors feelings looked more toward the sentimental side as they realized they would not have an Alma Mater to return to in coming years. Our lives, as students, were so full and they moved so quickly that our minds were on other adventures, rarely hesitating for a glance into the past or a peek into the future. Our theme that we wish to convey through the 1977 Crusader is We Will Never Pass This Way Again. This theme has a surface meaning but if one reaches deeper into his thoughts one can find a truer meaning of these words. Although we know that we may not create the dreams of future Highlanders, we realize that the Glen- var we know consisted of the ac- complishments of past Highlanders and our accomplishments this year. For we know we will truly never pass this way again. " . c .- K W wt ,"T"'f ' 4 5 3 1. Iunior class shows spirit during a Pep Rally with the Green Machine, 2. Before Lisa Shelor was chosen as the Home- coming Queen she rode in the parade in Salem. 3. Jeff Thomas portraying Iimmy Carter hands the microphone to David Layne who played the part of Ford in the issues debate held dur- ing mock election week, 4. Mr. Kucer followed through with his side of the bet on the West Virginia vs, Virginia Tech football game in which the Hokies defeated West Virginia. 5. Spanish class keeps Linda Moran busy. Opening 5 The social studies classes con- ducted a mock election during the week before the national election. As in the national election, Glenvar stu- dents elected Iimmy Carter their President. The football team had a disappointing season but they played with much pride and deter- mination. The Seniors took the field during the half time at the last home football game and with the accom- paniment of our band sang the Alma Mater. As the school year pro- gressed, so did the activities and pro- grams. Each student was left with his "special memories" of his last year at Glenvar. It is impossible for us to know the personal memories but share with us the activities and programs recorded in the 1976- 1977 Crusader. The personal memo- ries will always be a part of the indi- vidual and hopefully this yearbook will be sharing of all these memo- ries. A Year to Look Back On 1. The typing class rests their fingers from the keys until the bell rings. 2. Social study hall provides a relaxing atmos- phere for juniors and Seniors. 3. The Homecoming Court with their fathers anxiously await the announcement of the King and Queen during halftime. 4. Glen Eads takes it easy during govemment. 5. The Glenvar mascot stands tall in his pride for the football team. 6. Necklaces representing Class of '77 shows class spirit, 6 Opening at ,pl '--'Sf X4 u 54,4 Oz, ff'-:VV fy' -44 Y ,f nl :Gd 'J I t . I . Q . . 1 .' 6 ' 1 ' . 4 x I 1 v 4 n I Opening 7 Our Days of Future Past No one told us that to lie back dreaming watching time go by like slow summer clouds would bring these days so quickly to our feet There have always been the long road ahead and days beyond the sunrise to wish on and years would last forever so we thought But here they are before us our days of future NOW demanding to be known requiring without question that we give them all we've got to live our dreams until our days of future all are past. Anne Bowman 8 Opening 1. Meetings held during an activity schedule proved to be a success in attendance and a lot of fun as shown by the Monogram Club. 2. Wanda DeWease serves as a mascot during the football season. 3, The 1977 Bleacher Bums are back this year full of spirit and a few overusecl 'Amens.' 4. Glenvar is a friendly school as shown by Lisa Alba and Penni Nantz. 5. In the hurrying hustle of changing classes, Kurt Webber pauses for a smile. Opening 9 In deciding this year's dedication many thoughts of our devotion and love for the Glenvar Highlands pas- sed through our minds. In a school the size of Glenvar little things may never go unnoticed but sometimes the abstract feelings or challenges' pass us by. Memories are here to remind us of these feelings and chal- lenges which engulf us during our educational years and every day of our lives. These, besides the fact that this was Glenvar's last year as a high school, were some of the criteria considered in dedicating this year's Crusader. Through our endeavors of this year we have tried to bring into focus the memories and traditions of Glenvar as well as to relay the present. In doing this we found the year 1976-77, like all others, will pass away but with memories and photo- 10 Dedication 1977 Crusader 1. The stadium provides setting for home games. 2. The back view of the school seems empty at the close of the day. 3. The trophy case symbolizes Glenvar's many victories. 4. The lobby couch provides a relaxing atmos- phere. 5. The shxderit body president worked hard to make Glenvar' s last year the best. 6. In spite of his busy schedule, Mr. Earp finds time for others. S2--.g.t,,,--, - f-LY:,..,,,,,w-W A ...1.a..--, is N' K. Ne o I 1 ,: :."-53 ' , I! ig, 1 . f2 'z Q ' 1 "'4"'3A?:1 1 gr 5 EX gf 1 'gay-58 , ' , Q M- .. , .. Lf' w I' 2, . 'Ai 5 11 2'4- ! 5 .. , 1 U CHRlSTMAS I7 FRIDAY NIGHT DANCE ..., 'Www-. x 'YWQQ lx M . 151 i V 1 mf rw 17' fm ' Q Wuxi ,, iv V ..f.x..:-v... ,,..,..... ,r.1,q...,, , . ,,,, . :Wi On si EQ ii 3 The basis for success in every in stitution that succeeds is the indi- viduals that promote and belong to it 12 Division Individuals 'Oh, Thank Heaven For ,77 1. Senior Class Officers: Pam Martin, Presi- dent, Denise Nixon, Vice-President, Lynne Crotts, Secretary, Teresa Martin, Treasurer. For the Class of '77, this year brought back many memories of years past. It was the end of twelve years of hard work and fun. Years of memorable moments were found here at GHS for the Class of '77. Some of the Seniors started to Glen- var in the seventh grade. It was their first taste of high school. The rest of the Senior class came to Glenvar in the eighth grade. As years passed, the Class of '77 grew in every possi- ble way, physically, mentally, and together. They also grew to love Glenvar and what she stood for. Here they had spent half of their school life with her. Each day they had walked her familiar halls and heard the familiar voices that they held. The Senior class was not sure of what to expect of the on coming day. Sometimes it 14 Seniors was a perfect day, it held pleasant memories. But then, for some, it was what they thought, would be the worst day of their life. No matter what kind of a day it was though, it was another day of memories. At the end of each year, the Class of '77 anticipated what the next year held for them. As the freshmen class, it represented that it would be the last year they would be the youngest students to attend GHS. Next came the sophomore year and learning to drive. No more having to ask Mom or Dad to drive you on your date! But the junior year had to be the hardest working and most reward- ing. They worked hard that year and it paid off, because the Prom they gave was beautiful. But another large part of being a Iunior was the order- ing of class rings. Then at last, the big year arrived - their Senior Year. The year many of them had looked forward to for twelve years, it had finally arrived. For some it seemed the year passed too slowly, and yet for others it was all too short. The year had been a special one to the Seniors. They pro- duced the annual Senior Talent Show and they took over the reign of the Bleacher Bums. They anticipated graduation with excitement, sorrow, happiness and pride. The Class of '77 was special because it was to be the last graduating class of GHS. The memories of the past years will re- main with the Seniors for many years to come. But their Senior year will have had to be the most memor- able, as they became the graduating Class of '77. Thomas Carey Adams Pamela lean Ailstock Wanda Jeanne Akers Lisa Ann Alba Terry Lee Aldridge Robert Hundley Almond, jr. Eric Alan Atkins Larry James Austin Pamella Diane Baker Rodney Alan Barbour Teresa Diane Barker Randall jackson Bartlett Derrick Wayne Bedwell Charles Roland Black, Ir. Robin Carol Blankenship Michael Alan Booth Clifford Henry Bordewisch, lll Cindy Louise Bower Michele Annette Brickey Martha Danette Brogan Seniors 15 Mary Elizabeth Brown Linda Mae Brumfield Tana Ellen Bush jerry Lynn Campbell Vicki Lynne Carlton Vickie Lynnette Carr Carolyn Sue Carter Bryan Alan Chandler Karen Sue Chewning Donald Roy Cole Timmy Wayne Collins Donna Marie Conner Lewis Steve Cooper Billie Io Correll Gary David Crockett Mark William Cronk 1 QQ 3 Lynne Alison Crotts Charles Callaghan Crouch, Clifford Hamilton Davis Debra Lee Davis Sheere Nanette Davis Susan Annette DeHart Doris Gale Dooley Nancy Ellen Duncan Brenda Lou Edwards Dwayne Estes Cynthia Ann Evans Michael Craig Faw Ill The Begmmng of the End 1. Mrs. Dantzler gives Kevin Whitt a hand with his math analysis. 2, 'Is this what goes on in the attendance of fice?' 3. COE students take time out for gossip. Seniors 17 Sanja Gail Firebaugh Mark Alan Folden Vicki Lynn Fralin Iuanita Faye Garman Sable Marie Gamer Faith Suzanne Garrett Diane Vivian Glass Robert Allan Glass Pamela Fa e Graves Linda Blankenship Green Felica Renee Grinnell Debra Faye Grisso Edward Lee Grubb Susan Lee Grubb Karen Lynn Hall Gary Eugene Hamilton 1. Kevin Whitt, Penni Nantz, and Mike Johnston seem to have enjoyed their first period English class. 18 Seniors Memories Sabrina Lynn Harman Linda Fa e Harris Richard Iganiel Harth Carl James Hayslett Barbara Danette Hedrick Ellen Hatcher Helton Jenny Lee Hibbitts Kim Jeremy Hines Teresa Gale Huff Diana Marie Johnson James Edward Johnson Paul Michael Johnston William Dean Jones Carol Ann Kagey Diane Marie Kane Janet Lorraine Kelley Lois Jean Kessel Sheila Lynne Kestner Kathy Lynn King Rose Marie King Seniors 19 Q, AQ if 5' X ,R - '29 'Fin J.. xl? if QS all - . ,Jig A-A., in .ARA - W- 1. Q 5 1 438 QV' Q hr M ,P 7, , V K' tt: K 4, x Q X Vx 3 13 M, ff 4' J 155 x NV, Qs, ef Q f .4 x. sl? F? 1 U n4l we f. I' ! :Yr ig' 2' N2 Barry Wayne Morris Ronald Wayne Mowles, Ir. Michael Richard Mullins Donna Reena Muncy Penni Amanda Nantz George David Nixon Susan Denise Nixon Keith Evans Noell ip, Ioann Lynn Nowlin Q-f Carol Owen Glenda Owens Kenneth joe Parks, Ir. Eternal Memories lerry Marvin Parr Tony Alan Parr 1, Seniors show class spirit at the Homecom ing pep rally. Vanessa lane Persons Glenn Stanley Peterson Seniors 21 .., .W., ,WA -fm K" ,. I. ,150 f d J Q We ...wi -1 ,, -.-..,,.f.,, , ,I Nw ana: Q Ar X 4" :Wg Vw ... ,. ,Y x. , wi' . 4 1 --o 577 'TT Teresa Elaine Sweeney -nc? Paul Sampang Pama jean Sarver Pamela Ann Scott Mary Sue Sebra Lisa Luanne Shelor Theado Edward Simmons, Ir. Carolyn Anne Sink William Perry Skelton Larry Ray Slusher Albert C ristopher Spraker Michael Wayne Sprouse Paula Gail Stone Seniors Move I1 Iefffel' Leon Thomas 1. 'Smile Kurt Webberl' 3 fra ,1a.,, . ,, f., . Tr! xr, 3 Y 2, 'Now this is relaxing!' 3. Frank Leftwich and Keith Noell enjoy Se- nior study hall. Seniors 23 24 Seniors Vicki Lynne Thomas Teresa Lynn Tingler Roland Lozano Tompkins Nancy Ellen Trumbull Robin Isabel VanValkenburg Alvin Dahlgren Vaughan Patricia Collen Walrond Mike Dwyer Walton William B. Ward Kurt Douglas Webber Linda lean Webster Debra Ann Wheeler Nancy Watson Wheeler Carol Diane White Rhonda Sue White Kevin Bowling Whitt Darlene Marie Willis Teresa Daniel Wirt Kathryn Diane Woodson Bleacher Bums of '77 1. What is it that makes Susan Grubb so ner- vous? 2. 'I'm sorry Mrs. Athey, I clidn't mean to do it.' 3. There's more to physics than meets the eye. 4, Glenda Owens and Lisa Poff enjoy lunch- time gossip. 5. 'Did I really do it again? Senior Talent 1 ln the past, it has always been traditional among the Senior class to present the annual Senior Talent Show. This year, the Class of '77 brought this tradition to a close with The Kong Shaw. The program was presented on March 12th with Mike Iohnston as commentator and a spe- cial appearance by King Kong. To- gether, they got things off to a good start and along with ten other acts, the performance was a big success. Members from the different classes participated with a variety of acts. Nancy Butler won first place, and The Flashy Ladies received second place. The Seniors put a lot of hard work and fun into this year's Senior Talent Show, and it turned out smoothly. The Kong Show should be well remembered as it brings one of the many traditions at Glenvar to an end. 26 Senior Talent Show 2 1. Nancy Butler sings the song she wrote - "With This Ring, 1 Thee Wed." 2. Anne Bowman, Dani Brogan, Susan Grubb, and Donna Ratliff made up the group, Flashy Ladies. 3. Which one is the real King Kong? 4. Lynne Crotts sings her version of 'Dog- gone'. Show i I HO ORS 1, Roanoke Valley junior Miss participants: Sharon Pugh, Lynne Crotts, Vicki Mills, Felica Grinnell, Lisa Poff, Pam Martin. 2. Vickie Mills won Roanoke Valley's Junior Miss title. 3. Pam Martin and Denise Nixon attended Girls' State. jeff Dorsey and Pam Martin at- tended the Presidential Classroom, David Nixon represented Glenvar at Boys' State. 4, Lisa Shelor and Lisa Alba were Glenvar'S Holly Court representatives. 5. All District Football team from Glenvar: Kneeling: Mike Pickle, Duane Farris, Chris Blomberg, Bruce Allen, Back Row: Albert Sewers, David Powers, Melvin Nowlin. 2 4 v . I l . . "..'I" E an ...uns 9 Emi 'i:: ' .. :. ,f--' .. .. ,Q E, 'A 715, ,,a X' .. .. a. x Honors 27 Adams, Tornrny, Band 1-6, All County Band 1,3, FLL 5, Honor Society 5-6, Chorale 6, Science Club 4. Akers, Wanda, Honor Society 5-6, Gradua- tion Usher 5, FHA 3-4, FBLA 5-6. Ailstock, Pam, Latin Club 5-6, Thistle Staff 6, FBLA 6. Alba, Lisa, SCA 3-6, FCA 5, Pep Club 3, Photography Club Secretary 5, Varsity Cheerleader 5, Tennis Manager 6, Office Assis- tant 6, Holl Court 6, Homecoming Court 6. Agiridge, Terry, Freshman Basketball 3, Varsity Tennis 3-4. Baker, Pam, Band 1-3, SCA 5, ICC 5, FLL 3, Honor Society 5-6, Keyettes 6, SODA 4-6, SODA Council 5, SAE 4-5, President 5, Annual Staff 5-6, Assistant Editor 6, Pep Club 5, Secretary-Treasurer 5. Booth, Alan, Presidential Classroom Graduate 5. Bower, Cindy, Pep Club 1, Prom Chaimian 5, Choir 1-4, Chorale 4-5. Bowman, Anne, SCA 2, Band 5-6, Choir 1-2, Chorale 3-5, Secretary 4, Secretary-Treasurer 5, All-County Choir 5, French Club 5-6, Honor So- ciety 5-6, Monogram Club 5, Groovy Teen 5, Gymnastics 2-6, Co-Captain 4-5, Annual Staff 6. Brickey, Michele, Choir 1, Latin Club 5-6, Friends of Glenvar 5. Brogan, Martha, FBLA 6, Track 4, Sextet 2, Workshop Chorale 3, Octet 3, Girls' Ensemble 4-5, All- County Chorus 4-5, All-Regional Chorus 5, Downbeats 5, Chamber Ensemble 5. Brown, Molly, Choir 3-4, Chorale 4-6, French Club 5-6, Honor Society 5-6. Brurnfield, Linda, Choir 1, SCA 6, ICC 6, Friends of Glenvar 5, Pep Club 2,4, Varsity Cheerleader 4, Grapplette 4, Monogram Club 4-5, FBLA 5-6, President 6. 28 Seniors SENIOR Carlton, Vickie, French Club 2, Pep Club 1-2, Annual Staff 1-2, 5-6, Keyette Vice-President 6, Red Cross 5-6, Treasurer 6, Regional Science Award 5, Basketball 3-6, Captain 6, Honorable Mention All-Metro 6, Track 4, FHA 3-4, Reporter 4, Drama Club 5-6, Vice-President 6. Carr, Vic- kie, Band 1-6, All-County Band 1, 4-6, All-Regional Band 5-6, Pep Club 4-6, Red Cross 5-6, Drama Club 5, Dance Club 5, Office Assistant 6, SAE 6, FHA 6. Chewningg, Karen, Pep Club 2,4, FHA 3,6, alesmanship Award 3, FBLA 6. Cole, Donald, Football 2-5. Cronk, Mark, Key Club 5-6, FCA 6, Monogram Club 3-6, Class Representative 6, Football 3-6, IV Wrestling 2-4, Varsity Wrestling 5-6, Groovy Teens 5, Homecoming Court 6. Crouch, Charlie, Class Vice President 1, SCA 1-3,6, FCA 4, Monogram Club 4-6, Secretary- Treasurer 5, Key Club 5-6, Latin Club 5-6, Tennis 3,4,6, Indoor Track 4-5, Varsity Football 6, Manager 3, Class Senator 6, Homecoming Court 6. Davis, Debbie, FLL 2, Gymnastics 2, Track 4, SAE 6, Red Cross 6. DeHart, Susan, Honor Society 5-6, Latin Club 5-6, Pep Club 5-6, FBLA 6. Dooley, Doris, SCA 3, Basketball 3, FBLA 4-6. Duncan, Nancy, SCA 4, Honor Soci- ety 5-6, Red Cross 6, FHA 2-3, FBLA 5-6. Eads, Glen, Key Club 5, Latin Club 5, SODA 5-6, FBLA 6, Volleyball 1-2, Basketball 1,3, Football 3, Groovy Teens 5. Edwards, Brenda, Lab Assis- tant 4, FBLA 4,6. Garman, Iuanita, Choir 1-5, All- County Choir 5, Pep Club 2. Garrett, Suzanne, DECA 4,6. Gearheart, David, Track 3-4, Football 3-4. Glass, Allan, SCA 5, ICC 5-6, Monogram Club 5-6, Cross Country 4-6, Captain 5-6, Indoor Track 3-6, Captain 5-6, Outdoor Track 3-6, Captain 5-6. Glass, Diane, DECA 4-6, Graves, Pam, Choir 1, SODA 4-6, Friends of Glen- var 4-5, Class Secretary 3, Pep Club 4, Class Treasurer 5, SAE 5, IV Cheerleader 3, Honor Society 5-6, G mnastics 5, Orchesis 5, French Cilub 6, Annual Staff 6. Grinnell, Felica, Choir 1-3, Chorale 4-5, Bep ACCUMPLISHMENTS gqnnituts-Q z-. ' Club 3-4, SCA 4-6, Varsity Cheer- leader 4-6, Co-Head 6, Monogram Club 5-6, Latin Club 5-6, Groovy Teens 5. Grubb, Eddie, Basketball 2, IV Baseball 3, Football 3, Golf 4-6, Lab Assistant 5, Mono ram Club 4-6. Grubb, Susan, Choir LS, Chorale 4-6, Honor Society 5-6, jV Cheerleader 3, G mnastics 2,4-6, Track 3-6, Pep Cliib 4-5, FLL 5-6, Class Representa- tive 5, Monogram Club 6, FCA 6, Class Representative 6. Hall, Karen, Volleyball 2,4-6 Captain 5, MVP 5. Harris, Linda, DECA 4-6, Harth, Richard, Indoor Track 2-3, Band 4. Hartman,,Alice, FHA 3, Honor Society 5-6, Latin Club 5, FBLA 5-6. I-layslett, Carl, Art Award 2nd Place 4, Thistle Staff 5, SCA Scrapbook Committee 6. Hedrick, Barbara, DECA 4,6. Helton, Ellen, Choir 1-3, Pep Club 1,3-4, Friends of Glenvar 4-5, SODA 5-6, Foreign Ex- change Guide 5, Red Cross 5-6, Ban- ner Carrier 5, Groovy Teen 5, WROV Correspondant 6. I-Iibbitts, jenny, Choir 1, Honor Society 5-6, Treasurer 6, French Club 5-6, French Award 3,5, Annual Staff 5-6, Editor 6, ICC 6, Keyettes 6. johnson, Diane, GAA 1-2, Track 2, Basketball 2, DECA 5-6. jones, Billy, Pep Club 1, Football Trainer 1-6, Basketball 2-5, MVP 2-3, Baseball 2-6, Monogram Club 3-6, SCA 3,5, FCA 4-6, Homecoming Court 6, An- nual Staff 6, Groovy Teen 5. Kagey, Carol, Band 1-6, Majorette 3-6, Head Majorette 5-6, SODA 4-6, FCA 4-6, SCA 5, ICC 5-6, All-County Band 1-4,6, All-Reginal Band 5, Pep Club 2-3. Kane, Diane, Band 1, Choir 2-3, Track 5, FBLA 5-6. King, Rose, SAE President 6, DECA 6. Kelly, janet, SCA 1,3-4, Class Vice- President 3, Class Secretary 4, Class President 5, Choir 3, Chorale 5, Honor Society 5-6 President 6, FLL 6, FCA 6, SCA Scrapbook 4-5. Kessel, jeannie, Band 1-3, Choir 5, Pep Club 5, Friends of Glenvar 5, SCA 6, SAE 6, WROV Correspondent 6, King, Kathy, Honor Society 5-6, Friends of Glenvar 5, FBLA 5, Pep Club 4-5, Scrapbook Chairman 5, SCA Public- ity Committee 6. Leftwich, Frank, Outdoor Track 2,4, Indoor Track 3, Football 4-6, Captain 4,6, Key Club 5-6, Monogram Club 5-6, Groovy Teen Queen 5, FCA 6, Honorable Mention All Metro DE 6, Outstanding Defensive Player - Football 6. Lineberry, Lee, Football 4, jV Wrestling 4, Varsity Wrestling 4. Marshall, Sherry, Band 1-3, Gymnas- tics 2-6, Captain 4-6, MVP 4-5, Honor Society 6, FLL 5-6, Treasurer 6, Track 3-6, SAE 5, Monogram Club 6. Martin, Pam, Band 1-6, All-County Band 1, Gymnastics 2, SCA 4-6, Sec- retary 4, Vice-President 5, ICC 4-6, Secretary 4, President 5, Pep Club 4, Friends of Glenvar 4-5, RVHS Rela- tions Council 4-5, Tennis 5, Pepper 5, Girls' State 5, Class President 6, Keyettes President 6, Presidential Classroom 6. Martin, Teresa, FHA 3-4 Secretary 4, FCA 5-6, SAE 6, French Club 5-6, Treasurer 6, SCA 5-6, Honor Society 5-6, Class Treasurer 6, Gymnastics 4-6, Pep Club 2,4-6, President 5, Vice-President 6, Sci- ence Fair Award 5, ICC 5, Annual Staff 5-6. McCauley, Cheryl, SCA 1, Choir 1,3, Chorale 4-6, Vice- president 6, Honor Society 5-6, Red Cross 5-6, Secretary 6, Graduation Usher 5, Klassroom Kwiz Contestant 6. Meacham, jeff, DECA 4-6. Mills, Vickie, Latin Club 5-6, FCA 4-6, SCA 3-5, Class President 3, jV Cheer- leader 3, Track 3-4, MVP 4, Varsity Cheerleader 4-6, Honor Society 5-6, Gymnastics 5, Monogram Club 6, Klassroom Kwiz Contestant 6, Gov- ernors School 5. Mitchell, Terriarin, SCA 5-6, Band 1-6, All-County Band F7 1 ,vin .- 1 FJ' 1- 4 A 5. ,..,.- Seniors 29 4-5, Pep Club, 4-5, Latin Club 5-6, Historian 6, FHA 3, Honor Society 5-6, Annual Staff 6, Friends of Glen- var 6, Red Cross 6. Moran, Linda, SCA 4-6, ICC 4, Pep Club 1-2, Red Cross 3-6, Honor Society 5-6, Choir 1,3, Chorale 4-5, Track 5, Keyettes 6, RVHS Relations Council Correspond- ing Secretary 6. Moran, Malinda, Honor Society 6, Pep Club 5-6, Red Cross 5-6. Mowles, Wayne, Key Club 5-6, FCA 5-6, Football 3-5, Baseball 3-4,6, IV MVP 4, Monogram Club 5-6. Mullins, Mike, Band 1-4, Class Secretary 1, Baseball 3-5, Basketball 3, Varsity Football Mana er 4, Monogram Club 5, SAE 6, Reg Cross 6, Groovy Teens 5. Nantz, Penni, SCA 5-6, FLL, 5-6, Track 3-4, Pep Club 3, FCA 5-6, Var- sity Cheerleader 5-6, Tennis Mana er 5-6, Homecoming Court 6, Office Assistant 6. Nixon, David, Band 1-6, Drum Major 4-6, All-County Band 2-6, All-Regional Band 5-6, Band Council 5-6, President 6, SCA 1-6, Treasurer 4, President 6, ICC 4-6, Track 3-6, Cross County 5, RVHS Re- lations Council 4-6, President 5, Class Treasurer 3, Key Club 5, Monogram Club 5-6, Honor Society 5-6, Boys' State 5, Regional Science Fair 3-4, American History Award 5. Nixon, Denise, SCA 5-6, ICC 5-6, FCA 4-6, FLL 5, Pep Club 4, Band 1-6, Basketball 1-6, Captain 5-6, Track 3-6, Volleyball 5-6, Monogram Club 5-6, Girls' State 6, Class Vice- President 6. Noell, Keith, Ke Club 5-6, Football 3-6, Baseball 3-6, 30 Seniors ggi ti' SE IOR 5 ,S Monogram Club 4-6, FCA 3-6, Chap- lain 6, Homecomin Court 6, Groo Teens 5. Nowlin, goann, Band 122: Pep Club 4, SCA 5-6, All-County Band 1,5, Track 4,5, Monogram Clu 5-6, Forensics 5, Latin Club 6, Friends of Glenvar 6, Honor Society 6, Keyettes 6. Owen, Carol, SCA 5, ICC 5-6, FHA 3, Basketball 3-6, Captain 5-6, GAA 3-4, FCA 4-6, French Club 5, Secretary 5, Honor Society 5-6, Vice-President 6, Class Representative 5, Monogram Club 4-6, Homecoming Court 6, Keyettes 6, Secretary 6, WVRSF 5. Owens, Glenda, Band 1-6, All-County Band 1-6, Class Treasurer 1, Major- ette 4-6, FCA 6, Pep Club 4, Honor Society 5-6, Dance Club 6, ICC 5-6, SCA 4,6, Committee Chairman 6, Thistle Staff 5-6, Assistant Editor 5, ii- ' 'I Editor 6, FLL 5, Groovy Teen 5, Vol- leyball 6. Parks, Kenny, Choir 2-5, Chorale 2-5, DECA 6. Parr, jerry, Basketball 1,3-4, Choir 2-6, Treasurer 6, Latin Club 5-6. Parr, Tony, Baseball 1, Band 1. Persons, Vanessa, Choir 1,4-5, Chorale 6, Pep Club 4-5, French Club 5-6. Peterson, Stan, Track 2, SODA 5, DECA 6. Puff, Lisa, Band 1-6, All- County 1-6, All-Regional Band 5-6, Majorette 3-6, Class President 1, Class Secretary 2, SCA Treasurer 3, Orchesis Secretary-Treasurer 5, Honor Society 5-6, Secretary 6, RVHS Relations Council Secretary- Treasurer 6, FLL 5-6, Vice President 6, Pep Club 4, FCA 6, Keyettes His- torian 6, Homecoming Court 6, Groovy Teen 5, Thistle Staff 6. Pope, Larrly, SCA 6, FLL 4, Choir 2, French Clu 5, SAE 5, Science Club 4-6, Treasurer 6, Honor Society 5-6. Pow- ers, David, Football 3-6, Key Club 6, Mono ram Club 5-6. Price, Bryan, Baskeiall 4-5, Football 4-5, FCA 5, Monogram Club 5, Key Club 5, Vice-President 5. Pugh, Sharon, Band 1-6, All County Band 2-3, Class Trea- surer 4, Dance Club President 5-6, SCA 4-5, ICC 5-6, Pep Club 4, FCA 6, Majorette 4-6, FLL 5, Homecoming Court 6, Groovy Teen 5. Ratliff, Donna, Choir 1-3, Chorale 4-5, GAA 2, Pep Club 2,4-6, Vice- President 5, President 6, Honor Soci- ety 5-6, Red Cross 4-6, Vice- President 5-6. Robinette, Billy, Key Club 5, Baseball 3, Monogram Clu 4-6, SAE 6. Ross, Angie, SCA 6, ICC 6, GAA 3-4, Basketball 3-6, Track 5, FCA 4-6, Vice-President 5, President 6, Thistle Staff 5-6, SODA 4-6, Honor Society 5-6, Monogram Club 5-6, Secretary-Treasurer 6, French Club 5. Sarnpanf, Paul, Key Club 6, FCA 6, Footbal 6, Monogram Club 6. Scott, Pam, Choir 1-3, Pep Club 1-2, Red 1 - s if ff. -if I 51 ACCOMPLISHME TS Cross 3-6, Secretary 5, President 6, Honor Society 5-6, Graduation Usher 5, Science Fair Award 5, Friends of Glenvar 6, Science Club 6, ICC 6. Shelor, Lisa, GAA 1, Class President 1, Cheerleader 3-6, Co-Head 6, FCA 6, Track 3-6, Honor Society 5-6, SCA 4-6, Friends of Glenvar 5, French Club 5-6, Monogram Club 5-6, ICC 6, Homecoming Queen 6, Holly Court 6, Office Assistant 6. Sink, Carolyn, SCA 1-4, FCA 3-6, Historian 4, Vice-President 6, Track 3,6, Cheer- leader 1,3-4, SODA 3-6, SODA Council 6, Honor Society 5-6, Mono- gram Club 6. Skelton, Perry, Basket- all 2-6, Football 5, Monogram Club 4-6, President 6, Key Club 5-6. Slusher, Larry, SCA 1, Track 3, Monogram Club 3-6. Sprouse, Mike, Football 3, Wrestling 3-6, Monogram Club 4-6, Key Club 5-6. Stone, Paula, French Club 3, FLL 4, Basketball 4, Latin Club 5, Drama Club 6. Sweeney, Teresa, SCA 1-6, Secretary 5, ICC Secretary 5, FHA 4, Class Vice-President 2, Band 1-4, Friends of Glenvar 5, FBLA 4, DECA Re- porter 6. Tingler, Teri, SCA 3-5, Cheerleader 3-6 Captain 4, French Club 5, Key- ettes 6, Track 4, Homecoming Court 6. Trumbull, Nancy, Band 1-6, All- County Band 1-6, All-Regional Band 4-6, A 1-County Chorus 6, Honor So- ciety 5-6, Volleyball 2,4-5, GAA 2-3, French Club 5, FHA 6. VanValkenbarg, Robin, Band 1-6, All-County Band 5, Thistle Staff 5-6, FHA 2, Pep Club 4-5, Latin Club 5-6, Vice-President 6, Friends of Glenvar 5-6. Vaughan, Dahlgren, Honor Soci- ety 5-6, FLL 4, French Club 5-6, Sci- ence Club 4-6, President-elect 5, President 6, Science Fair Awards 4-5, WVRSF 4-5, NASA Award 4-5, VS Air Force Award 4. Walrond, Pat, Band 1-4, Track 5-6, Pep Club 5, Dance Club 4-6, Vice- President 6, Drama Club 6, Latin Club 5-6, FCA 6, Monogram Club 6, Gymnastics 3-5. Webber, Kart, SCA 2-4, FCA 5-6, Key Club 5-6, Wres- tling 1-6, Regional Champion 4,6, 2nd State 4, 3rd State 6, District Champion 5, Team Captain 6, Pho- tography Club 5, Monogram Club 3-6. Webster, Linda, FHA 4-5, Vol- leyball 2, FBLA 3-6, Honor Society 5-6, SCA 6, Chorale 6, Red Cross 6, Latin Club 6. Wheeler, Debra, FHA 3-4, FBLA 3-6, Pep Club 3-4. Wheeler, Nancy, Choir 1,3, Chorale 4-5, SCA 1-3, Honor Society 5-6, Pep Club 1-2, Red Cross 3-6, Treasurer 5, FLL 3-4. White, Rhonda, DECA 4, FBLA 6. Wirt, Teresa, Band 1-4, Gymnastics 4-6, Drama Club 5-6, Vice-President 5, Treasurer 6, Cheer- leader 6, Monogram Club 6, FCA 6, Track 6. Woodson, Kathy, Band 1-6, Honor Society 5-6, FHA 4, Thistle Staff 5-6, SCA Chaplain 6, Usher for Graduation 5. ADDENDA: Collins, Tim, Key Club 5-6, Basketball 1-6. Conner, Donna, Choir 1-3. Crockett, Gary, Basketball 3-6, SCA 6, FLL 6, Monogram Club 6. Evans, Cindy, Track 3-6, Gymnas- tics 4,6, Cheerleader 5. Harman, Sab- rina, FHA 2-4, SCA 5, Pep Club 2-4, Choir 2-5, Chorale 4-5, Ke ettes 6. Kestner, Sheila, Choir 3-6, All,-County 5-6, President 6, Pep Club 5-6, Trac 4-6, SAE 6, ICC 6, FBLA Secretary 5, FHA 6, Drama Club 6. Marshall, Mary, SAE 6, Class Vice-President 5, FBLA Reporter 3, DECA 4-6, Vice- President 5-6, Homecomin Court 6. Morris, Barry, Band 1-6, Friends of Glenvar 6, French Club 5, Monogram Club 5-6. Thomas, Vicki, Track 3-6, MVP 5, SCA 3-5, ICC 3-6, Gymnas- tics 4, Latin Club 4-6, Treasurer 5, President 6, Honor Society 5-6, Keyettes 6, Klassroom Kwiz Contes- tant 6. Seniors 31 Homecoming Homecoming 76 The Students, parents, and alumni of Glenvar High filled the stands for the last Homecoming football game. All week GHS had been buzzing with activity from tennis shoe wear- ing for Stomp'em day through the pep rally Friday aftemoon. If no one had had time during the week to realize the full impact of the week's activities they did at the pep rally. Amid all the cheering and noise 1, Carol Owen escorted by Mike Mullins. 2. Felicia Grinnell escorted by Keith Noell. 3. Queen Lisa Shelor escorted by King Kurt Webber. 4. Lisa Poff escorted by David Nixon. 5. Mary Marshall escorted by Kevin Whitt. The Last - The Best making a few faces reflected the sen- timents of many hearts, especially those of the seniors. For many, it was not until halftime that people's eyes were opened and they became aware of the fact that it was Glenvar's last Homecoming. Tears filled the eyes of many as the Alma Mater was played by the band and sung by all. .y . N E ti 1 K! :l 4 . , A ' 1 A 8 sw -A al 6. Teri Tingler escorted by Rick Atkins. 7. Sharon Pugh escorted by Charlie Crouch. 8. Princess Vickie Mills escorted by Prince Billy jones, 9. Lisa Alba escorted by Frank Leftwich. 10. Penni Nantz escorted by Mark Cronk, ,.-v in S Homecoming 33 l The Class of '78 left Glenvar with mixed emotion, both sadness about not being able to graduate from Glenvar and excitement about going to the new school to meet new peo- ple. The year was very productive and the Iuniors worked hard to make money for the prom. They sold candy bars, sponsored the Home- coming Dance and Groovy Teen. They ordered their rings in Novem- ber and found that they had a wide variety to choose from. The prom was a big success and the juniors were proud of their ef- forts. Groovy Teen also tumed out very well under the theme "Last of the Red Hot Lovers." The Juniors and the Sophomores tied for the Homecoming hall decorations and the Iuniors strived every pep rally to win the spirit spark plug. The Class of '78 regretted not being able to complete high school at Glenvar but they were very proud to be attending the new Salem High School. 1 1. Sign shows junior spirit. 2. Teresa Alderman, president, Sherry Peters vice-president, Mary Ann Carroll, secretary Mauricia Sledd, treasurer. Only One More Year! . -Q , f r f ' 3 w . figs K h. ' f ' l E ' Q X K4 5:7 La tif., v-Y. l Ast. A ggi, Q, ' ' f . . E X ' is ' h lim. X af. 2kQfxi" -33,5 af, ' I 5 I ' , ' 1 f M ' we ' 2 34 juniors Juniors Win Spark Plug Donna Adkins Tim Alba Teresa Alderman Mary Ann Alley Martin Anderson Rosie Angell Chuck Ax-rin ton Harry Arnolg Cathy Austin Iames Barbour Roger Bamett Cindg Barton Tim asham Glenna Bateman Greg Baugess Mike Beamer Betty Beckner Donna Beckner Tony Beckner Lisa Bordewisch Pam Black Brenda Blevins Larry Blevins Chris Blomberg Lisa Bohon Donna Bordeaux Terri Bower Craig Bradley Duffy Brickey jamie Britts Iuniors 35 A qr .- ' ff' 'NX s QQ H, 44 ' eg, 0 I I, ,W f 1 vm' Z.. , fm A Q. is 5 'QF' 'IX if iq: X, , Af QR uv, , Q. . " ,Q -. fl? - X 31 1 ,W , L - ,pf , Y 1 4' , 'T X 'SQL Q , . A , . LAY?" A .5 E ,-,. ., - s 4 301 bw., ' M M + D W,N. ? 1, V fxwfv .0 ' Wf -QMTM' .. N..-v""' W iv'- Lee Ann Gregory David Hammaker 38 Iuniors Julie Dotson Denise Duncan Ron Duncan David Dixon Tim Eads La Early Davidrgamest Dwayne Ellis Ianet Epling jimmy Finn Becky Fralin Tim Franco Pam Frazier Mike Gentry Carol Gilloc Fond Memories Tommy Glass Ieff Gra lim Gres am Debbie Griffin Rhonda Ha a Kathy Haqe Leslie Hankins Iim Harlow Sherry Hartman Jeannie Havens Tim Hicks David Holland April Hollaway of junior Year s. 1. junior girls carry on during Homecoming Kay Hott Brian Hooker Danny Hopkins Patricia Huff Greg Huffman Nanc Huffman Pam Zinn Tim Jarvis Barbara Johnson Cathy johnson Donna johnson Doris johnson Ricky Iohnson Rhonda Jones Debbie Iordon juniors 39 fi x .1 If Q A K1 fjff, ' 4135. Wad' V7-m ima. AWE -sv? f m at , 'rr A A .-f" L. X, ,xv ui ig:- fb , . sg, X af "3 ff' -A QL F V Jr, 1" J! ,gy . : b 3 1 X m P? QQ M rx rw f Q I fi :ii- Z ,1 Q 1 ,' ,gf IF! 3 5 1 : KKK ,I Pb in'-3' E.: 'eo-4' 'bf 4517 1 A AQ 'O' Timmy May Ann Maxey Rhonda Meacham Loretta McNeil Kevin Mclleak Kim Milton Mike Moeller Donnie Mohler Greg Moulse Steve Mountcastle Susan Mowbray Steve Mowles Marlys Ness Kathy Nowlin Melvin Nowlin Brenda Overstreet Kathy Pendleton Sherry Peters 1. Iuniors are temporarily distracted from their pow-wow. 2. Class of '78 have a gossip session 3. Donna Bordeaux enjoys a good book Juniors 41 1, Iuniors ride high during parade. 42 Iuniors Mike Pickle Sherry Pinnix Dennis Phelps Rollie Phillips Teresa Poff Pam Powell Lisa Price Sherree Price Terri Price Tammy Propst Ianie Pruitt Freda Pruitt Marc Racel Kathy Reed Donna Reynolds jimmy Rhodes Cheryl Roberts Kim Rogers H.L. Rucker George Rutrough Homecoming l Juniors Await Senior Year Go Juniors! Pete Scott Betty Shepard Mark Shockley Pam Shugart Terry Siford Kevin Simms Tony Slaydon Mauricia Sledd Chuck Smith Delaine Smith Ginny Smith O.W. Smith Timmy Smith Vickie Smith Robin Spangler Gloria Stanton Cathy Stiff jan Stockie Andy Stratton Karen Stump 2, Danny Hopkins watches while juniors fool around, juniors 43 44 juniors Edie Tingler Sherry Thomas Twilla Thomas CinciHx'I'hreet Dixie urrnan Rose Tompkins Suz Tyler Debra caught Debbie Wade james Walters john Walters Rhonda Walters Allen Wass Vanessa Wassum Mike Weddle Bill Wells Debbie Wheeler Bea Wilcher Ron Wiley Becky Williams Diana Williams Pat Williams Marilgn Wilson S eila Wirt Dell Woods Juniors Strive Harder Barry Young mtg 'Q frfa ef? wg 'C Changing Lifestyles 2 4 'Y ack 1. Iuniors enjoy free time. 2. lim Carroll states that study hall is his favorite subject. 3. Ralph Crable begins to leave after hearing a study hall joke. 4. Obviously, Iuniors cannot live without so cial study hall privileges. Qi' ins' 5, is 5: QW mi lyi QV -fa X ": if: J 1 3 juniors 45 Every Dog Has Its Day, But Nights Belong To Us Pussy Cats Under a very unusual theme, Groovy Teen was a great success this year. The Juniors were pressed for time even though they had to post- pone the show until March 5th but the performance proved to be worth waiting for. Under the direction of Rosie Angell the contestants partici- pated in talent, swimsuit, and eve- ning gown competition. Mr. and Mrs. Akers were the M.C.'s for the evening, making comments about each of the pageant contestants. After narrowing the choice down to five, the judges made the big deci- sion. jerky johnson was crommed as the final Groovy Teen Queen with Go-Get'em Gresham as the first runner-up. The audience enjoyed the performance and the remarks after- wards were favorable. 46 Groovy Teen ii 4? OLD OUT. 1. The 1976 queen says a few last words. F 3 a ,Q Q bi-'L , as gzi 'N-Genus l 2. Tommy Adams accompanies Grant Phelps during talent competition. 3. Bill Wells imitates GHS cheerleaders. 4, 'It's about time for our nap, Pa.' 5. Glenvar beauties show their stuff. 6. Hey, Mark Lee really can twirl a baton. 5 Groovy Teen 47 ...-n as 'Vi sfyw, Amit W 1. Officers, Sitting: Sharon Stanley, Secretary, Nancy Graham, Vice-President: Standing: Cindy Dooley, President, Dreama Lockard, Treasurer, 2. Charles Gunter works on his homework in the library, 3. Mr. Trumbower, sponsor, talks with his student teacher. 4. Robin Brown works on a copy for annual staff, Wendell Alderman Tom Aldridge Bruce Allen Sandra Ailstock Monroe Ames Mike Austin Donna Baessler Rita Bailey Paul Bain Carol Barbour Ronnie Barton john Bauges Tony Beckner Brenda Black Debbie Black Iohnny Black Mike Blosser Rusty Bohan Dawn Bonham Mark Bostic Tina Bowers Dixie Bowling Donna Brickey Mark Brittain Susan Brogan Emory Brown Robin Brown Becky Browning Tony Browning Cherie Bryant Tony Bushnell Pam Carr Barbara Carter Steve Carter Kathy Carroll Mark Carroll Sophomores 49 1 1 ' , N ,fe W 6? qnw A 'SQ x, mg! f xx My All .4 lv in-gw. 53-3 Km..- Q 19' 4 'SY ' gy '- KP Sam Cowling Mary Cox Kenny Daugherty janet Davis Tracy Davis Brenda DeHart Dwayne DeLung Mike Dennis Richard Dennis Wanda Dewease Amold Dickerson David Dillon Mark Dillon Patty Divers Alicia Dixon Cindy Dooley Fred Doyle Violet Driggs Viola Drig s David Dufgy Tommy East Debbie Evans Darrelle Fanner Dwayne Farris Cathy Fielder Eddie Fielder julie Finn Robin Firebaugh Becky Fischer Dennis Flannagan 1 Biology is a bore unless Dr. Welford talks 2 Iackie Chapman Tracy Davis, and Teresa Garrett study in the halls. Sophomores 51 KVA , 0 , ps BQ f x Q : M 40- f H 1"-'Q 1.1 0 " , fy -A A-n ' , . - 'ax' ,, Q - ik I A 1 hh . 1 v v 4 Ieff Hartberger Wendy Hatcher Carolyn Harman Mary Hawks Charlotte Helm Penny Heslep john Helm Raymond Hibbitts Anita Hill Carol Hill La Hill Buggy Hodges Daryl Hodges Len y Hodges David Hopcraft Brian Home Kathy Hubbard Denise Hughes Sharon Iohnson Sonia johnson Don Iones Tim Jones Cheryl Kagey Donna Kane Terry Kem? Jimmy Kes ing Tom Kincaid Kim Kirk Elsa Kirk Cindy Latcher 1, Charles Gunter always likes to pose for the camera. 2. Iudy Owen shows her spirit through cheer- ing, 3, Many sophomores enjoy art. Sophomores 53 f . , ,., W, 'Q 1 X f V ' " ' i ... 1 if 9 Q Q YN-.Q xl, xv' -wv 'Bb . an 1 1' .f xi M' 1. 1 .3 6' 5 wi :Ag x A f Q 2 i iiff -gi M . x ,fha . N gan' 2 -,l....,. I APS 19 1. Ricky Tumer demonstrates his artistic abilities. 2. Mrs. Akers keeps her class busy. 3. Lisa Crawford paints with oils. 4. Wanda Dewease works on her physics. Tim Maxey Kevin May Bill Messer Brian McCollum Cheryl McCurry David McMahan Bobbie Io Miles Barbara Mills Sara Mills Mark Montgomery Mike Montgomery Stacey Mooney Cindy Moore Mark Moore Russell Mountcastle Tommy Mountcastle Tina Mullins Rex Muncy Debbie Muterspaugh Bill Neikirk Kevin Nelson Henry Newman Greg Obenchain judy Owen Sophomores 55 ih Q. 6 f, I gg' W 'wiv BO- '33, I 5, 'inks , if k Timmy Robinette Aubrey Rock Elizabeth Rushing Pam Sammons Larry Saul Rosemary Saul Melanie Sawyer Kenny Shelton Ier Shepherd Shelly Shifflette Iames Shorter Daniel Sirry Lisa Sloan Gina Slone Alan Smith David Smith John Smiley Sandra Smith Tony Smith Randy Spence Kelly Spraker Tracie Spraker Sharon Stanley Cheryl Stanton Paul Stewart Teresa Stump Robert Summer Lori Sutphin Wanda Tatum Belinda Taylor A Busy Year For All 1. Football can be lonely sometimes, 2. Newsweeks provide a break from history class, 3, Iulie Sprouse shows sophomore spirit. Sophomores 57 4'-N QW fy' 4' x E W 1.-nl MLK 5.4 JDM! H ! H4 x 39" ai' 471 rw hi ,. ,fs gl. ff' 51 f 6' if 35 ls V f' . f Freshmen Look Forward To SHS A K , ,yi , v -T Lag, s Q k f S' rfgrm I s,.,,ViQV,, J, fix 7' -1--T-1+-anew-:cgi fe x Q wr g WX-g'Qg,y 1 ka Aswwsaf-'izik" '-'iyyfc' Q 'I X, ikvxogwt Y - ':.' :NY y ' A2 are k a x , g 5 K. .x A LA WW Tw V, V xettkeyp X 4 I 1 y y a g """u1 smlfi.fs.vf1'Qzaa.kr3't l ' :mt Q fmmf'wms.,a. 1 f. . , 4 aw slr f ' 1 igayfm N 5 'ti .5 w,,f.'a 'F f aff .JQXQQ . s ,l' ' .ff f2,f'j',l.f' ' wmv :re f 1 The Freshmen Class, under the di- rection of Mr. Petersen, was very busy planning fund raising projects this year. Mr. Petersen, the sponsor, thought the freshmen officers were a good group to work with. They made themsleves known by participating in various school events. The fresh- men presented a float in the Christ- mas parade. They were looking for- ward to being future leaders of Salem High School. 1. Ted Viars and Alan Harrison help Miss Cal- away make her English games. 2. Freshman class officers: Cheri Jordon, trea- surerg Iill Chisom, secretary, Sharon Lacey, vice-president, Charlene Sowder, president. 3. Freshman have fun riding on the Home- coming float. 4. Freshmen all have the same attitude to- wards Algebra. 60 Freshmen 2 4 Carla Ahem Thomas Ailstock Carl Aldridge jenny Aldridge Stacy Amburgey Tracy Amburgey Ronnie Amold Brenda Atkinson Susan Atkinson Lennie Atwood Andy Austin jimmy Baird Vickie Baker Paula Baker Marsha Bamett Mike Bamett Debbie Beason Angie Beckner Chuck Beckner Jay Beckner lu ia Bell Bruce Bishop Avery Blankenship Kelly Blankenship jer Blevins Togd Bogle Eugenia Bohon Sybil Booher Marsha Bordewisch Debbie Bousman Mike Boyton Bill Bradford Brenda Bradshaw Bill Brown William Brown Ricky Brumfield Gladys Burton David Butler Roger Butterworth Dennis Byrd Kevin Campbell Roland Car ton Billy Carroll Me anie Carroll Ann Chambers Lori Chewning Jill Chisom jimmy Chisom Freshmen 61 f""'? f X S ' QW K Y Mm b f,I,QNmV news' K skin 2 , Q X -v xx' A, png. M 'i Q "1 :Yer av Q I + 4 -. 4, ,, wxga lr .iff gijm. ff? in W f' x ?Y4Qx.1r: . V Agr g 'L A52 ff' b .fy-.q ,-QQ? W ,wfky f spin" kv , 'S 71- . 99, -e 42,5 Vg X64 L. vain 'x mfs 8 ,Y . 1, , ' Ns. .J 'rx 4 'L Mr. Petersen Is Sponsor 3 4 3. Bill Musgrove and Roland Carlton accept 4, IillChisom enjoys a break during class. their quiet study period. Frankie Elliott Larry Epling Dennis Epperly Terry Epperly William Farris Mike Ferguson Iean Fesperman Cindy Fisher Lori Fletcher Becky Flinchum Elizabeth Forlines Terri Fralin Buddy Fridley Dale Graham Elsie Grant Kevin Graves Mike Cre?ory Debra Ha e Freshmen 63 Good Clarence Hall Gary Hall Todd Hall William Hall Allan Harris Debbie Harris Phillip Harris Tina Harris Iames Harrison Kathy Hartman Doug Hawks Robert Hawks Chris Helton Theresa Heppert Clifton Herrington Marvin Hicks Kim Hickson Derrick Hines Kenny Hodge Mike Hodges Barry Holbrook Sharon I-lollandsworth 64 Freshmen Todd Holliday Mitch Holshouser Wanda Howard Ma? Huffman indy Hull Sam Hurt A.C. jackson Kenneth jackson , V 4.w",- , x E "fig ' sw gf' ,' A Al ,. , is 'fit - f' J A :fx .A Q., W W, '9 ff 1 ,q'g QW ,ei ' 'fi .. .1 .Q ' ' -Q v H FX HY ,. 'Y Freshman Regret Leaving GHS So Soon xg Lee Lawson David Lee Terri Leonard Roger Light Mike Main Douglas Marsh Brenda Martin Tim Martin Tony Martin Ginny Mathews Cindy May Kathy McDaniel Terri? McGraw Marg cLawhom ecky McNeil Linda Meachan john Mills Robin Miles Lisa Milton Boyd Minnix Nesta Mitchem Connie Montgomery David Montgomery Timmy Montgomery joanne Mowles Melissa Mullins Bill Musgrove Stacy Musselman Terri Nelson Mike Ness Freshman Scott Newton Mike Oakes Ricky Obenchain Bill O'Connel1 Kate Ogden Steven Owen Donna Painter Beth Parker Donna Parker Ronnie Parks Pam Pendleton Vickie Peverall Ginny Poe Irvin Phillips Beverly Phlegar Steve Prime Ginger Price Tracy Price Troy Price Cheryl Puckett Angie Quesenberry 1 Charlene Sowder and Debbie Duncan take a break from the trampoline routines 2 Freshmen enjoyed many recreations 3 Mrs Boehling helps Donna Painter with a tough Latin exercise. Each Day Is A Challen e 68 Freshmen r Lori Racel Dean Ratliff Sharon Ray Marvin Reese Ieff Reynolds Tonya Reynolds Todd Ri an Anthony Riqugfmy A yson Ritter Annette Roark Gary Robertson Lee Roop Michael Roop Butch Roy Danny Rucker Keit Russell Carol Salyers Somchai grnphasiri .s++..,,l+lwwf'f-Yr paths .f-1 v 1. "Those math teachers really stack on the 2. 'Anybody can look busy, What COUNTS is homework." how much you get done.' l i 3. The Freshmen J,V. cheerleaders are lar el s irit n I g Y P V responsible for keeping up the Freshmen 4. Doug Hawks works on his masterpiece. Tony Sample jimmy Sanders Dwayne Saunders Donna Scott Donald Slusher Johnnie Shank Karen Shephard Robin Shropshire Ioey Sifers Brian Simms Wanda Slate Cindy Smith Larry Smith Mike Smith Randy Smith Mark Snead Charlene Sowder Audrey Spraker Debbie S rouse Kimball Splaton Allan Stump Vicki Sutphin David Swain Andy Taylor f I ,K 'XY ,. a. In dm, ..x V ef' X .,, VH 150 . 'Ji A-4 c.w"V fi' 1.1 Ag 5,4 .. Q0 gf.. 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' , Q' 5 Q 'H .f tk ' "xg ,J j, Football Team Surprised Everyone The last Highlander football team was somewhat of a surprise to everyone except the team, itself and coaches. This years' team was full of excitement and pride. The team was led by captains Chris Blomberg, Brian Hooker, and Frank "Fu" Leftwich. Behind the passing of Hooker and the running of Duane "Friday Night" Farris, many goals were reached. The team came only inches of beating Lewis but came back and won Glenvar's last home- 78 Varsity Football coming game and the last home game to be played by Glenvar in Highlander Stadium. Each game was played with much pride and inten- sity as the Highlanders never quit. The record 4-6 was no evidence of just how good the Highlanders re- ally were. Coach Kucer said this was the hardest working group of men he has ever coached, but the most un- lucky. Now the last football season is over with many memories. U i f I . X i i ' e fi, ... ' , ?.QQf,:1..5,f4f,.. s 3 .ffi 1, ,. W'-if ..1..-fwgfka 3 1. Left to right Front Row: Albert Sowers, Brian Home, Brian Hooker, Frank Leftwich, Mike Pickle, Barry Rhodes, Pierce Viars, Kelly Gladden. Row 2: Billy Carroll, Bruce Allen, Steve Mountcastle, Tommy Sample, Chris Blomberg, Duane Farris, Billy Dillon, Melvin Nowlin, Tim Basham. Row 3: Randy Spence, Les Carpenito, jeff Lawerence, Mike Blosser, lim Gresham, Iohn Leftwich, Dale Davis, Allen Harrison, David Layne, Mark Lee. Back Row: Iim Carroll, Keith Noell, Ioe Kelley, Mark Cronk, BoBo Hall, Charlie Crouch. 2. Manager: Kneeling: Randy Spence. Stand- ing: Billy Carroll, Mark Lee. fNot pictured: Larry Stargelll 3. The captains this year were Brian Hooker, Frank Leftwich, Chris Blomberg. 4. Coaches: Kneeling: Larry Woods. Standing left to right: Roger Martin, john Finnerty, Tom Kucer, Tom Roth, Marty Yuhas, 5. Brian Hooker and Frank Lefiwich lead players out of the Pep Rally. 6. Coach Roth gives his O.K, 7. Mr. Martin tries to give lineman their back- ing assignments. 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'fiwf 'if se if 'ff Y 4 . gg 2 V :ag l s Q f 5 I 050 Co-Ed olleyball 1 2 This year's volleyball team began with a change as two boys became members of Glenvar's first co-ed vol- leyball team. Their coach, Beth Hall, thought they worked well with the girls and that the girls adapted very well. This was also Glenvar's most experienced team for they worked stronger on serving and controlling volley play. The team spent much of its time on game strategy and net play but was hampered by a lack of practice time. In spite of the hand- icap, Coach Hall anticipated making this year's district games and had several promising first string players. Several good runners were de- veloped as volleyballs had to be chased in between the Gymnasts who also had use of the gym. All in all, the volleyball team had a success- ful year with a good squad. 1. "Is it going to come down?" 2. Net play by co-captains, Ralph Crable and Sherry Thomas. 3. Front Row: Marlys Ness, Lisa Walowac, Sherry Thomas, Ralph Crable, Sheila Wirt, Denise Nixon. Second Row: Lisa Sloan, Doris Iohnson, Karen Hall, Cindy Dooley, Iohneta Coon. Back Row: Lynn Grubb, manager, Tricia Cronk, Emory Brown, Lynne Crotts, Glenda Owens, Wanda Dewease, Ms, Beth Hall, coach. Volleyball 111 Have You Got That Sp1r1tP l l w 1 , ,M-. Q .- can . Q. ua.,-ua . vu. . . W Q. 4 J :Jaw , .,, W . ., This was a busy year for the Var- sity Cheerleaders. Their year started last spring when they sold trash cans and had a yard sale to raise money for camp. The Varsity cheerleaders attended Ferrum College for camp. They were awarded with three excel- lent ribbons. In August, the cheer- leaders had a cheerleading clinic for the little league. They sold ads for 112 Varsity Cheerleaders 2 the programs. They cheered for all the Varsity football and basketball games. The Varsity Cheerleaders were in charge of Homecoming week. They kept the spirit going the rest of the year with a bonfire, pep rallies and decorating the tables and lockers for the players. The Varsity had a busy year. R v X M, 'E ff?- 'X 53 Y ' rl' 2 xf 5 1' 1.3I.f.., ,f I 1 'ry 0. ,' 'N4 4' K , ,zxi Z, w X A15 f 1 . 3 X . flaw ' , 'K 'Sw , , , ff? 5 :nag ag. P' 5 1 gl I W Y ,Xa if . ' I 7, cl ' il fqjxx ., " o 1 .X H X I x A .gy 'N X 2 fi ii xi ' e f ., ,.W. W, ,ix J .N ',i,fA ' ' .. f ix ..!. . '-ff W,- f .u , "H .f Q A--. gf : ,a',u-3 K - ,, x, 3 ,.,.. IL H rw E , mfg, .. 4 'XJ T' ' Wg J Q . Nl' ' ' 3.:.t.-5.5 '.. 1 ' Y Huw! 'Q x, 18? ,,., , --, f K N 7. 'i' X' f i-ii: 5 .JJ vw :QWA M22 1 W Q. mmf? .. .2 . - :siri- Ati f k'w: V' , f,1n':?.?f3i' L9 Y 3 QS 5 F -4,2 ,QQ Lv' 1.4. Ci .fv- ., vs 'wg un 5 IIDI E7 El' ii : L , , , Z , 1 .A Q35 '9,, x Q? Qggiuirinrg ,sh A.. Q H Qygg.: 4g . . EAU? x ,xc V 66k'Nyf?x v' A45 K X N I 3 ff, ' 3 , L. Q . 5 ...s- . X '56 ,bit N.,,,,e!x I' Q V iiiikf, 2 . -hmmm uw? I. Instructors bridged the gap be- tween education and the students through coherent communication. 118 Division 4 r g, f 2 if Q. xg X ,Q '-E F f - . ff 2, ,-,nh -v-rv ,Am f f 'SGNU' W fx:- V, 51 Instructors ww",-,2 fmv vwfagzfwgi' " :aye-.ix-2155313 Division 119 mr EL jg!-' s 'aff' if M, , w 1 Q 1, , X3 a' 1 1 1 of C I 4 -pn.. -.. .Q-,, X 1 sw. -- tiiifiiwfz 121151. A ,. . 4iiiiiii2ii1f???!!EE!'g :5fQfff!T5if5b5!?if?!!5'X, Iggggggiiiif:9!!E!!!!! qummsSsf,sie!t!E!' 'k"'A'fFiifia5Qf?!!!?' quam' -aiivfffi 9 gg, ass!!! 1' v'l'!!!'T 1 i w E! ll! y QE!!! 'aaa :ff Vg asses 5 F3556 gasses , iv 2595 " HES!!! S A-swf' yi ! fri, 5 1. Q QI, .g 1 ?mQ', jig f Q 5 42 l53?2!F -'F1!!? g'z?!Y!'L mimi? 511.455 X Si! il ' 2151! .i'51'!!5 f!!!!53f fiivlil sf- .. i, 'if' ui' !..,, 'wif Sgggsai i'!:l!iE fm!!! ffm! Sigue' F215 Y!!! H!!! 1 'MYVI P Q 9.-y 1 y J ' 'fg,.1Q 1 Dwi 1. 4 wx aa' .gd fx' . 'HZ-X V322 I" ix 5 iq 5 I5 .l,.E,XsS hui. nllln' 3 "flu ul' llulil "k.5lll 'akgtlll xlll 'xml' Ule- Pa , a , 4 6 This year the Administration was involved in the preparation of trans- ferring the student body to Salem High School and in changing Glen- var to a junior high school. The Ad- ministration was headed by Mr. Earp. Mr. Killinger was the assistant principal of instruction and Mr. Hyer was in charge of attendance. Mr. Pitts was the athletic director. This administration controlled the stu- dents in discipline and were always willing to help with problems. Administration Prepares For A Move 1. ! A 7 Making A Special Effort The Guidance Department was staffed by three full time counselors. Through appointments counselors were available to assist students in planning for their college education. The counselors were also available for personal guidance. This year the guidance department made a special effort to assist graduating students in filling appropriate jobs. -.WM- f'-"""," Q 13: -.4 122 Guidance 0 Q. ff: 'i fb, -M ,.,.....- , '4i gEi"W'.. 5 1. Felicia Grinnell listens patiently. 2. It's freezing in here! 3. Mr. Jerry Dupree KVPI 5: SU, BSQ UVa., M.Ed.J 4, Eddie Iohnson skips class again, 5. Teresa Wirt tells great jokes. 6. Ms. Nancy Robison flladford, BS, MSD 7. Mrs. Anna Iohnson Wirginia State College, BAD 8. Who wrote that? 9, Mr. Earp counsels the counseler. 789. Guidance Secretanes Run The School . .42 ,H Our Secretaries played a main roll in our school. They are asked many questions over and over every day. They always seem to answer them in a kind way. They all had a big job. They answered phones and sent messages to the students. Ms. Hicks was responsible for keeping the records in order. Mrs. Fielder was the head secretary, Mrs. Woolwine worked for the guidance counselors. Mrs. Agee was an aid to Mr. Hyer. Mrs. Carroll was an aid to anyone who needed her, These were just some of the jobs the secretaries had to keep them busy this year. 124 Secretaries ' t ra!! 122245 sn, " i 4 6 j '1 I p 1 2 3 1. Mrs. Fielder starts her day with a smile. 2. Ms, Carroll is working with the duplicating machines. 3. Mrs. Woolwine listens to many students who come to the guidance office. 4, Ms. Hicks makes conversation with a stu- dent. 5. Ms. Hicks keeps the books straight. 6. Mrs. Agee makes another phone call to check on an absent student. 7, Mrs. Alba replaces Mrs. Woolwine. Secretaries 125 Media Center Continues Expansion x 3 Q , 2 Q Q , Ml- --H, ef, The Media Center has progressed somewhat in the last eight years. It was once known as a Library but now known as a Media Center for students to enjoy. When the library first started, it consisted of about 500 books. Now as a Media Center the number of books has largely in- creased with the addition of audio visual equipment. With the help of the P.T.A. and the money provided by the school board it's now a place where you can do something more than read books. 126 Media Center I , LY ' : wmv ' , r 1 7 L ,,y4:' 1-33 illffdli lllll 4' ht , I, i -"E: EAL 1 if H 325' i aillllflfl its IFLIB' D- ' W W' .' ll 'zizlfffi wx li 'Q , ip Em ,: 5 Q: 1, 1 I V tl it K.: A' T H x i' A is iq ' 4 P X ,5 V, bl ' t ' ' u ' V W A WNY ' ' t 1. 1 ' F' , ' X i 1 7 t E -. . 5 S 4 6 1. The librarians, left to right: Ruth Iarvis, Kathryn Grizzard fRadford College, BSJ, Fran- cis Chubb tBennett, BSQ Westem Kentucky, MSD. 2, Grant Phelps doesn't realize that his being immortalized. 3. A student checks out a book to enrich his mind, 4. 'I wish the bell would hurry up and ring! 5. Finishing up a class assignment. 6, 'Okay, which one should I take next?' 7, Penny Heslep studies in the library, 8. Full House! Media Center 127 'I -2 Plan ' X " R Continues to ork Well 1. Ms. Kinser finds time to help a shident dur- ing class. 2. Left to right - Ms. Mary Kinser QRoanoke College, BA, Drama club, Dance clubj, Ms. Martha Iohnson QVPI 8: SU, B.S.l, Mrs. Row- ena Boeling fRoanoke College, AB, University of Kentucky, MA, Latin clubj, Mrs. Diana Athey lKent State University, B.S., Annual Staffl, Mrs. Dee Nichols fAshbury, A.B., UVA, M. ED, department chairmanl, Ms. Vicky Berry KVA. Interment, BA, SAE clubj, Mrs. Leslie Ottevaere fWestem Michigan Uni- versity, BAP, Mr. Oliver Cromer fUVa., BA, VPI, 8: SU, MAJ. 3. Are these students studying English? 4. What is O. W. Smith reading to make him smile so? 5. Mr. Cromer just can't believe his students. 6. Tommy Adams works hard on his English paper for Mrs. Nichols. 7. Mrs. Nichols and her pink pen strike again! 8. Those English papers sure can use up alot of paper. ll D ' 6 A Y 'fb " 61. 1. e ' is 3 M Q. X 1 ii JJ 128 English Z., 5 ' K Ruff?-cQ me tw ,f - v, 'X 'isis This year the English Department was again left in the capable hands of Mrs. Nichols. The 3-2 plan also continued to work well with new Courses again being offered. Both students and teachers seemed to get a great deal of satisfaction out of their classes. The reading lab was in operation full time and many students made good use of it. A new aid, Mrs. Moulse, was also added to the En- glish Department. Glenvar students were very fortunate to have both ex- cellent teachers and lab facilities available to them. English 129 f 5 ,4 K Department akes Addition ...---2. l, 'I hate having my picture takenf 2. Ronald works on cartoon poster. 3. Dennis Phelps studies hard. 4. Susan Preininger fSlippery Rock State Col- lege, BSD, Linda Harrison QRaclford College, BS, Grappelette sponsorj. 5. Greg Huffman and Tommy Glass pose for pictures. 1 3 i Mainstream 131 New Drivers Hit the Road. 1 1. Mr. Ward points out something to Lori Rae at the tower, 2. Last minute instructions being given before the final O.K. 3. The driver prepares to make a left tum. 4. Mr, Ward relaxes with his favorite magazine. 5. Tina Mullins, Pat Huff and Terri Price give the car a once over before "taking off." 6. Bill Messer jumps into the driveifs seat. 7. Mrs, Ruth Yates fSperial Licensel, Mr. Charles Ward QVPI and SU, BS, MA, Assistant Basketball Coach, IV Baseball Coachj. 132 Driver's Education Q U Driver's Education was again under the direction of Mr. Ward and Mrs. Yates. Mr. Ward, who taught Driver's Ed. for the fourth year, dis- cussed road, range, and book. Mrs. Yates concentrated on the road. It is a one semester course and those who take it receive no credit for the course. A DMV representative came to test those who passed the age require- ment and had not received their leamer's permit. Those who passed the test, received their 1earner's and were on their way to being drivers. Driverfs Education 133 Students Develop Language Skills Yi Students in the foreign language classes participated in either French, Spanish, or Latin. This year, in ad- dition to the four levels of French and Spanish a third year of Latin was added to the growing enroll- ment. Along with the development of the skill necessary to the study of foreign languages, activities of varying in- terests centering around each culture were enjoyed during the year. A few of these activities included skits, foreign songs, and dances. Students also leamed of the in- creasing importance of foreign lan- guage abilities in many interesting careers. 134 Foreign Language sm Qtr man 555 1. Mrs. Boehling attempts to explain the next Latin assignment, 2. Mrs. Elizabeth Carico fRadforci College, BS, FLL sponsor! Mrs. Jeanne Varin fDuke Uni- versity, AB University of Maryland, MA, French clubj, Mrs. Rowena Boehling fRoanoke College, BA, University of Kentucky, MA, Latin clubj. 3. Mrs. Carico seems to enjoy her Spanish students. 4. Spanish students eagarly thumb through their dictionary in search of a word. 1 '1' Students Enjoy Busy Year ,Qc if 57531 0 i 4 Q : X .M . V v i 136 Social Studies This year, History students experi- enced many new aspects to the So- cial Studies department. They began the year with a mock election. Many students were involved in this elec- tion by portraying candidates, re- porters, and campaign managers. Glenvar students were given the op- portunity to register to vote in the mock election. This was not the only activity they experienced. All Social Studies teachers applied career edu- cation to their curriculum and many things contributed to a successful year for the Social Studies Depart- ment. 1. David Trumbower ftlampden-Sydney BA, MS. Basketball Coach, Sophomore class spon- sorj. Dr. john Welford fUniversity of Alabama, BS, Aubom University, MED, Uni- versity of Southem Mississippi, Ed.DJ. Emma Hatcher flladford College, BS, department chairmanj. Suzanne McCarthy fElmira Col- lege, AB, MS, Red Cross Youth sponsorl Ronald Carpenter fEastem Tennessee State Universityj. 2. President Ford, portrayed by David Layne speaks his mind. 3. Mrs. Hatcher models some new clothes. 4. Mrs. McCarthy gives one of her interesting lectures. 5. The moderators look as though they don't know which candidate to believe. 6. Mr. Trumbower enjoys talking to his class. 7. The Vice-President candidates don't know who needs the mike more. 8. Mr. Marty Yuhas fEast Tennessee State University, BS, MA, football coachj. :,. ?i2E!iEii,gJ., as ' , I ,me .gf1xff",, A X: K ' '5 7m,.,f K, ,., Q R f 1 t Q 3522.5 4 FH Wi s Q5 " s 4 X ,fl 1 ig 3, . . .IQ gi U1 ', w 'Y W. ., F i 3' 5s 5, s T 3 'r f fl f fi 3 fi. ' ggi .:.:W Y,..,,L -A,,,,Q,,,,.-. ,mp,g.:.v-W 'zww qfmub- ' "' mf fuk'-z-01sx15w'z:,:',':.-.xzlsrrfeasr , ' A- ': .,,,v L, ,K XIV! ,S Mrs. Cobble Returns for the Last Year The Home Economics Department studied food and nutrition, child care and development, family fi- nance and consumer education, housing and home furnishing and home crafts. More advanced classes studied foods and did experimental cooking such as foreign foods and cake decorating. The classes visited kindergardens and day care centers when studying child development, They took field trips and tours through apartments, homes under construction, and completed homes. Another group of students studied food preservation and actually pre- served food for class use. Family Liv- ing classes studied about marriage and family living. They planned a shower, a wedding with all the trimmings and a reception. mf' ,, Am, ,- A v. E . 2 X.. t s fi? I 2 V xx xc-1' 8 9 1, 'Quick, call the plumberl' 2. Baking different varieties of bread is one of the many things that our home economics classes work on, 3. Steady hands make straight seams, 4. 'Use all tempa-cheer.' 5, Martha Cobble fEast Tennessee State Uni- versity, BS, VPI and SU, MS, FHAD 6, 'I can't get every wrinkle' 7. Mrs. Cobble helps each individual student in every area. 8. Chuck Moore studies his home economics. 9. 'Get a kick out of w0rking,' 10. 'I hope this is rightf X -6-ii eqj r ,4- xxnpvvuvhl unDUUQ4f n ,., Mug gpfbn T. L , AQ..-4' 'sf f IQ an ,f1:Z2 ff' "'Qf-. .NX I Q. A Q 5, I Q ,Q 'Wan f 1 W k -0 L : 5' K - f ww 5' 5' ' M Q .rA .f N tf 3, x.fzL 4 Y O 4 vs uns: ij, ' 4 V i ,, X . R 2 I CT .. A555 bf , . ASX ' , sir L,-six oi :S 227 Q ,. fm ,' 3 ,,,' -J... , -1 0 x gk! r ' we J: 3, 1 ea - . f - it bfi. fffgx . ull' 1 5 a-5-fffwfas-'4,e- ' . is V at 2 -,un x 'lik YQ -n fn K pi 1 52 as fa-4. 'x D.E. Full of Fun and Learning .ig - ah '21 1 .. Distributive Education develops future leaders for marketing and dis- tribution. D.E. is a cooperative pro- gram of education between the school and the business community. D.E. I dealt with the fundamentals of distribution and was designed to acquaint students with the many ca- reers in distributive business in the community. In D.E. Il the students learned about studies in marketing, and D.E. Ill dealt with advanced studies in marketing. Distributive Education students received an insight to their needs and abilities. They graduated with experience and skill in the employ- ment field of their own choosing. 1, Mr, Bill Whittaker KVPI and SU, BS, DECA sponsor, Adult Coordinatorj, Mr. Michael Wil- lis QVPI and SU, BS, DECAD. 2. 'These letters have to be stacked perfectly. 3. Mr. Whittaker contemplates the problems of finding jobs for students, 4. Vonda Price fixes coffee for Mr. Willis and Mr. Whittaker. X 1 Science Department Offers The Science Department was espe- cially exciting this year. In addition to courses in Earth Science, Chemis- try, Physics and three types of Biolo- gy, they had a new program for se- niors titled Senior Investigation. Se- nior Investigation was a course that offered a greater knowledge in sci- ence. Seniors were able to choose what sort of science they would like to study. The science students at Glenvar High were very fortunate in having an area to study besides the classroom. This area was called an environmental study area which consisted of many things, First of all, OIC J there were over two miles of trails. These trails were contained in a wooded area of thirty miles. There was an outdoor classroom located in the woods. This was used for lec- tures and demonstrations. In this area there were many small animals and plants represented. This area gave the student a chance to learn, study, and relax in comfort. There were many extracurricular activities that were involved with the Science Department. Some of there activities included field trips and science com- petitions such as the Science Fair. ,. ' 9 I X S-fb? fy, I --. VJ? x ff ,f if Q-A' 'Y' NK.. .- 40 . , V V, W4 Q .r fa 3.5 'f 2521 ? H.. ffffm 1 " Y QQ' ViWX Wgjfwf 5 -Q u I W" 1 Q . ,. W X, n I -I -fl ,muh- 'femeeezrlfeasqg Tcllu Rh PdA9 cam Sn su nn 'k5R15":':E:E:'e5f:'V3 hoxumm. TIPbBiDnA4 '- fgn r. x r. 1. A Lm,,m,,,,,,.,... 1 as I uno .H .frm .vb -Lg u nun 'AL ,M M E 3231! ABEIIHIIII 7 Although the PE department re- mained stable this year, the boys did meet a new teacher. Mr. jim Saun- ders was the co-op teacher from Vir- ginia Tech this year. Most of the previous programs were maintained 146 Boys' PE 2 including the Advanced Physical Education program. This program continued to serve those interested in advanced training with educa- tional as well as enjoyable activities. ,-f,ft4 , , ' ,ffgf la' f 6 5 I V .V W Ak f Agg aa, , ' ' v NJN , , A ' 5 f Y A ,,,g, - -. ., A, . . ' ' .'? f' ,- -x-.w:-A 71'-gl.-1g,.'-wLf,yV 5 9 'K ,am ' -, 32 at n.. . 55.315 any ffaf-as-J3,',' i ff?',,,gf- ug 4 1 'fagsff 1:61 . ,:?'g4t:. , y fe, "'.f'St'ff"'F9f.'a-h-.Q "M" K A , 41-ws.e'4 if xg. , 3. it.fjY.', .kv -. 3 in ,, .gif lyrwh , .fs . . F- f N f' .ff ' ,iii .fi 1 A ig?-t wi' 22,14 W'-l we .tv , -fs 3 SP! '13 i H fx 1-1' 4 , "1 ' -Y' 1 A ri -.affair if , , . 1, X ,U - Q f- W Q. J .r., , Qs. u . x J.-an .. W t ' Q35V"x4" Lug as e5'i5"ffw'tf1" i ' ' C ... "7 ' gif' nf r. 0 - - -y ,A i Q ,- im. . Boys' PE Has Exciting Year ,W N aw f A' 19 ,m 1 w ,, ., R, ,,,, hi rm -A . ' ,AU X .. f , Q 'gf i - . K --fa, A ' A - 1 y,1-k,,aiv43'5., . Mlrvg,-"' -:,""i'g3Y'f,'A ,Blix -eq, :lx X W 4,-W x ... we 3, 45?-. 5 ' 3 6 1. Mr. Pitts has the class' attention while call- ing roll. 2. The winners ofa tube-tug contest! 3. William Hall prepares to kick-off, 4. Tony Sample has a big smile while passing. 5. Greg Carroll does Highlanders Fling. 6, Advance P.E. Classes shoot at targets. Aff? Boys' PE 147 Girls Get Enough Exercise .4450 'N wa'-f-L fs.: ' ' ' 'ii- 1' N' z tl fi' wr 'xrif , . ff "'f- 514. The Girls' Physical Education and Health classes were instructed by Miss Hall and Miss Hoffman. Miss Hoffman returned to Glenvar this year after a year's leave of absence to complete her Masters degree in Physical Education. The Freshman strained to get through another year of physical ed- ucation tests with Miss Hoffman be- hind them while the sophomores cheered for their last year of them. A variety of sports were played by both classes such as hockey, fencing, ar- chery, tennis and basketball. Every girl in the classes completed the year with a better skill and knowledge of physical education. 148 Girls' P.E. ,UU 4 1 I 5, Q., Z Z f X. ,-NN I., 1, I x X J, 1 . F A E ' "T Mix gc! - X J Q! ' f xg W Xxiy f Mr HU- ff X M jx X 5' . N 5 1' wx x Z 7 I 2 S'-gg X- -, , I 91 ,jar , ,, , iw Q jg .1 ' Math Lab Has Better tmosphere The Math Department underwent some major changes this year. There was a certified teacher in the math lab each period to help the students. There was also a para-professional to help the teachers. Things really went smoother this year when students found that they could Work in an at- mosphere which was less hectic than last year. The math lab received a new addition this year called Digital Equipment. It was a computer which no other school in the county had. 1. Mike Iohnson shows his skill with Classmate ll. 2. Seated: Sandra Akers fRadford College, BS, MS, Department Head, S.A.E.J, Standing: Barbara Noble fConcord College, BSJ, Dreama Menefee fliadford College, BS, VPI and SU, MA, National Honor Society sponsorj, Linda Ankrom fRadford College, BS, S.C,A spon- sorl, Margaret Byrd CAppalachain State Uni- versity, BSD, LB. Hagen KVPI and SU, BS, MAD, Martha Dantzler fConverse College, BA, U.Va, MEdJ. 3. Ms. Noble reviews classroom notes to pre- Pilfe 3 test. 4. Freshmen find computer techniques easier for homework, 5. Ms. Ankrom discusses the chapter for a test. 6. Ms. Menefee explains the trig problem to Teresa Martin. 7. Mrs. Akers works with the students in the Math Lab, L --Q N.. Y,,,4,.g vi ' ik,- Z 'F k 52 gihnmbnz fn M I 'N um, E ' , .. .Lf ig - .. ,Q 5 .y Q x A K i 1, Ieff Dorsey works diligently using the cal- culator to do his homework. 2. Bruce Allen seems to be more confused after Mrs, Akers explanation. 3. Geometry classes complete their final angles on the test. 4. Students find Math Lab atmosphere easier to work in than a study hall, 5. Mike johnson points out some ofthe advan- tages of advance math. 6. Mr. Hagen hurries to make the homework assignment before the 3:05 bell, + 3 , .aw ' 85" V , '73 13 a Digital Equipment Makes Homework Easier bk H ,F A pn- A 'NA -it WW Ti' The Brush Paints n The Art Department really worked hard this year. Not only had the paintings improved, they were also much larger. The department con- tinued to display the talents of Glen- var. They once again had their an- nual Lewis-Gale Student Art Dis- play. The Art Department displayed their talent in various valley art shows and had their annual school art show in May. 1. Doris Dooley dabbles on her painting, 2. Paula Stone works eagerly to form a master piece. 3. Charlene Sowder practices oil painting skills. 4, Art can be a very messy business. 5. Mike Walton leams the finer points of drawing. 6. Mike Viars is enthused with his painting. 7. Mr. Petersen fMadison College, BA, MA, Tennis coach, Freshman class sponsorj gives the yes's and no's of art, 8. Art isn't all work, 9. Kim Hines concentrates on re-printing. 154 Art Department ir 2 ,,,,A 7: . , ,, lil' ,,,. Eg! -s X 9 M 1 A 'W-Y v' Q - ,, , I ,. , . ' A x ' , X 143 315214535 ' jf? f"?"'H' 5 pda' lnyf' t. I QNXTQ ' +wf iii? .pu .vf Q ,f V li if 'WFETE' X 9 w 4? ,,,,..,N l . A - 5 ' Q P 9' it 't , "1, I ' Tgilifv 4 Ai 'x A h - mi ,- m NX v s MS i s E L 1' Q - ,,,, ' A mf' "x 4. , Q X Q -.L 5' 'Q u wi , , .. .A Q49 x I I ' 4 .ati 5, L : i,L,.x ' ' ' Y 'E g 'fd ' .v " Q, 0 5 1 ,:j,,A3'j 1 :W I . is F v. Q " gy t w , ' ,NA i?, , L Q ,iw N, ,.., X, -, 53: . Q. , Y Y ,.,., N ,X Itrl im g EJ K . Meg' , Ag- -,gk " M ,K I Nqr., I 1-va f vpn Have Productive W wb 1 a ff 6 Year .M Q A swine 4. 7 tzvs-.4-Q yy- .15 J 5: H... ,.- ,.. r. s - --- Y- ff: 1. Ronald Carpenter fEastem Illinois Universi- ty, BS, Radford College, MSE. 2. A scale model of Tina Ligons "dream house." 3. "What the heck are we supposed to do?" asks Steve Cowling. 4. Dwayne Estes and company discuss Me- chanical Drawing. 5. Cliff Davis tries to pester Kim Hines in- Architectural Drawing. 6. Mark Lee and Cindy Evans demonstrate the proper method of concentration. 7. A solemn conference between Mr. Carpen- ter and a student. 8, Industrial Arts students study Woodwork- ing as a part of the course. 9. David Brammer fAppalachian State Univer- sity, BS, Assistant Track Coachj. 5 9 Industrial Arts 159 1 It has been rumored that Glenvar High School had the cleanest build- ing In Roanoke County. The school's service staff which consisted of cafeteria workers, custodians, and a maid worked hard toward backing up that rumor. Without the great Service staff Glenvar had for the past few years, the students could not have made it through the hall, had hot lunches, or clean walls. Our Ser- vice staff deserved much apprecia- tion for their extra hard work. 1. A smile for our favorite - French fries. 2. Even our water fountains shine! 3, There's more involved than just cooking. 4. just some of the work put into our lunches. 5, A pose for the camera. 6, Let the sun shine through. 7. A smile for the camera. 8. Last minute details. 160 Service Staff me 3 x ...I :W Q 'S X ' , LV N 1 if Service Staff Greatly Appreciated e ff, 5 8 S Sff6 By stopping and caring enough to become involved, we helped our- selves and others. 162 Division 11 Involvement SCA is More Active Than Ever .1-wr., .. .fs f ,- fy f fa., uw, . The SCA was more active than ever this year. They were involved in the major decisions about Salem High and their excellent cooperation created a working atmosphere. The SCA played a major part in the mock election, sponsored a mascot and 164 SCA sent out newsletters for the first time. They were also very involved with the sock hops after the football and basketball games and helped with the activities for homecoming week. They were very proud of their accomplishments for the year. 1 1. Front Row: Linda Webster, Cathy Austin, Felicia Grinnell, Penni Nantz, Denise Hughes, Cindy Robinson, Ieff Dorsey, David Nixon, Larry Pope, Kathy Woodson, Sharon Lacy, Second Row: Lisa Shelor, Linda Brumfield, Mary Ann Carroll, Ianet Epling, Teresa Al- derman, Ann Maxey, Edie Tingler, Ioann Nowlin, Teriann Mitchell, Ellen Helton, Third Row: Io Ann Mowles, Cindy Dooley, julie Finn, Tracy Spraker, Judy Owen, Ieanna Capps, Tina Bowers, Alison Ritter, Sharon Pratt, Lisa Walowac, Patricia Cronk, Charlie Crouch: Fourth Row: Elizabeth Forlines, Dee Williams, Pam Martin, Linda Moran, Connie Montgomery, Donna Painter, jeff Gray, Sara Mills, Pam Black, Charlene Sowder, Carolyn Harman: Top Row: Ieannie Kessel, Sandra Vamey, Steve Cowling, jim Chisolrn, Mark Snead, Ricky Brimfield, Glenda Owens, Gary Crockett, Angie Ross. 2. Front Row: Kathy Woodson - Chaplain, Denise Hughes - Treasurer, David Nixon - President, Cindy Robinson - Secretary, Char- lene Sowder - Freshman Class Senator, Top Row: jeff Dorsey - Vice-President, Larry Pope - Parlimentarian. i 1 ICC Pulls It ll Together The ICC was headed by Jeff Dor- sey this year. Under his leadership the Inter Club Council had a very successful year. The ICC was made up of club presidents and captains of athletic teams. The purpose of the ICC was to keep clubs aware of the other club's plans and projects. At Christmas the ICC was in charge of decorations for the doors, Each club selected a door to decorate. All in all the ICC had a good year, 1. Front Row: Pam Scott, Cindy Dooley, Char- lene Sowder, David Nixon, Cindy Robinson, jeff Dorsey, jenny Hibbitts. Second Row: Linda Brumfield, Iudy Owen, Lisa Sloan, Angie Ross, Brian Hooker, Teresa Alderman, Frank Leftwich, Sharon Pugh. Third Row: Darlene Kestner, Nancy Butler, Sheila Kest- ner, Rose Tompkins, Pam Martin, Glenda Owens, Edie Tingler, Carol Owen. Top Row: Carol Kagey, Vicki Thomas, Donna Ratliff, Ianet Kelley, Iirn Gresham, Kathy Woodson, Dalgran Vaughan. 2. jeff Dorsey conducts an ICC meeting. 3. Larry Pope reviews parliamentary proce- dure. ICC 165 Financial Improvements The Thistle Staff worked very hard to put out an issue of the school newspaper each month and suc- ceeded with no problem. Along with hard work there was a little fun in- volved. The Thistle Staff sponsored the Student-Faculty football game this year. Mr. Cromer retumed again this past year as their sponsor. 1, Front Row: Pam Ailstock, John Leftwich, Bill Wells, Kathym Woodson, Cindy Robin- son, Angie Ross, Glenda Owens, Iimmy Finn, Back Row: David Baum, Tammy Propst, Lisa Poff, Denise Duncan, Robin VanValkenburg, Janie Pruitt, Mr. Cromer - Sponsor, Greg Carroll. 2. Mr. Cromer worries over deadline. 3. Tammy Propst and Greg Carroll discuss Thistle business. 4. Glenda Owens, editor, completes last mi- nute details. 166 Thistle Staff Drinks Sold t Home Games 1 The Monogram Club participated in many of the schools activities this past year. They sold drinks at the basketball games to help pay for a ski trip. To be in the club you had to have your letter. The Monogram 2 Club helped pay for the letter jackets and also donated money to the Res- cue Squad, The Monogram Club was honored to have Mr. Kucer as their sponsor. 3 1. Front Row: Perry Skelton, Keith Noell, Cathy Austin, Sherry Peters, Karen Hall, Vic- kie Mills, Mr. Kucer, Susan Cournoyer, Bruce Allen, Sandra Cournoyer, Charlie Crouch, Felica Grinnellg Second Row: Cindy Evans, Pat Waldon, Beverly Crable, Sherry Marshall, Lynne Crotts, Angie Ross, Lisa Shelor, Mark Cronk, Carolyn Sink, Ioann Nowlin, David Ni- xon, Allan Glass, Third Row: Debbie Craw- ford, Wanda Dewease, Marlys Ness, Doris johnson, Sherry Thomas, Cathy Lawson, De- nise Nixon, Kevin Rakes, Iohn Leftwichp Fourth Row: Danny Harth, Billy Robinette, Eddie Grubb, Mark Lee, Iunior Bralley, Kevin Whitt, Chris Blomberg, David Powers, Top Row: Chuckie Moore, Mike Huffman, Mike Sprouse, Larry Slusher. 2, Mr. Kucer talks to Billy Iones about Mono- gram activities. 3. Officers: Mr. Kucer - sponsor, Perry Skel- ton - president, Keith Noell - chaplain, Angie Ross f secretary. Monogram Club 167 SOD - IFS not a Cola! SODA, which is short for Student Organization for Developing At- titudes, went into its fourth year here at Glenvar. This year SODA was made up of twelve members- called SODA leaders. These twelve people were divided into six groups, or teams. These Teams then went to visit Glenvar Elementary or Fort Lewis, depending upon which school the team was assigned. Each school selected the most suitable time for SODA leaders to visit, then the leaders visited accordingly. Usu- ally, at least two visits were made a month. XX , ,f QM: -fr ee-'la M1fff.f. , ' Y W.. ev 1. Some Glenvar Elementary SODA students Pam Baker, Carol Kagey, Pam Graves, Ellen work hard on their homework. Helton, Danny Hopkins. 2, David Layne, Angie Ross, Iim Gresham, 3. Ms. Robison works hard as SODA sponsor. 168 SODA is Honor Society Recognizes Outstanding Students S 1. Front Row: Mrs. Menefee, Anne Bowman, Ienny Hibbitts, Lisa Poff, Janet Kelley, Carol Owen, Pam Baker, Cheryl McCauley, Ianet Epling, Diane Williams, Kim Burton, Becky Williams. Second Row: Robin Blankenship, David Nixon, Nancy Trumbull, Larry Pope, Twilla Thomas, Linda Moran, Nancy Wheeler, Teresa Martin, Terriann Mitchell, Donna Rat- liff, Nancy Duncan, Susan Grubb. Third Row: Alice Hartman, Wanda Akers, Linda Webster, Susan Dehart, Freda Pruitt, Barbara Carroll, Donna Beckner, Donna Reynolds, Malinda Moran, Kathy King, Ioann Nowlin, Pam Scott, Cindy Robinson. Fourth Row: Randy Braynt, Kevin Simms, Sherry Marshall, Vicki Thomas, Pam Graves, Pam Black, Cindy Craighead, Mary Ann Carroll, Mauricia Sledd, Annette Deaton, Tammy Propst, Delaine Smith. Fifth The National Honor Society has gradually grown in number and in statue. This years Honor Society, the largest ever, consisted of eighty-four members. Membership in the Honor Society is based on an indi- viduals scholastic standing Q3.25 av- eragej, character, leadership qualities and service. Some projects carried out this year were: a supper with the Andrew Lewis Beta Club, induction services for new members, Christ- mas dinner with the parents, deliver- ing of Christmas baskets to needy families, participation in March of Dimes Walk-a-Thon, and a Spring trip to Washington, D,C. Row: Pam Powell, Kim Milton, Rose Tompkins, Ann Maxey, Denise Duncan, Kathy Lawson, Lisa Price, Sherry Thomas, Robin Carroll, Becky Fralin, Carolyn Sink, Susan Coumoyer, Rhonda Haga, Mark Lee, Sixth Row: Vicki Mills, Kathy Woodson, Lynne Crotts, Tony Maness, Dahlgren Vau- ghan, Tommy Adams, Mike Beamer, Melvin Nowlin, Churck Arrington. Top Row: Lisa Shelor, Angie Ross, Glenda Owens, Ieff Dor- sey, Kevin Whitt, jim Gresham, Mike Weddle. 2. NHS members mingle together after the Fall Induction Services. 3. NHS officers - top to bottom: Mrs. Dreama Menefee - sponsor, jenny Hibbitts - trea- surer, janet Kelley - president, Carol Owen - vice-president, Lisa Poff f secretary. NHS 169 ,J Z?V:"TSS1AT'ZI,IhEf-127' 2' , 5 1 W ff? '62, W Ag A 'X ,f Q 5 , , ' f av' A ,X LG, an Q xi?" ,ff-W3 ' wg Q A A X brf, 'L 3iJ -AA , A H", Q . V Tn., ..,g M, ,. 5. aka- ,,. ,. ,-4" "' xxx' ,,. ,- ,,.' -.V-.W -- Q 4, ,, .,.w x . Af .s:'f'.:,?'-1 -45, 4 ,. . Af- mw ,- , ' ffxg- ' , '94-'Q-Z .5-gs' , f- .' ...f. -v x ef:3.'xf'.4v: . -37-.L ,A+ 4 in ' P-A-'f gl haf A 1,240 Q.- Q..- .,.,,,...-.v-V .MN.,,. A N 17,1 if V . 5 This year, unlike many, the Pep Club only had thirty members. All were very busy. They made posters, sold tickets, and cleaned up the stadium after home football games. For the second time awards were presented to the most active mem- bers. A member received points for every activity she participated in. The highest was presented as out- standing member. Second highest received a Glenvar Pep Club Patch. Third received a pin with their year of graduation and the rest were given certificates of membership. With the money left over the club bought a gift for the school. With the help of Miss Hall they made it a booming last year. 1. Officers: Teresa Martin, vice-President, Barbara Crable, secretary, Debbie Evans, trea- surer, Donna Ratliff, president. 2. Teresa Martin and Barbara Crable display a pep club poster. 3. Ms. Hall, sponsor, shows enthusiasm for her club. 4. Rhonda jones and Nancy Butler work on volleyball poster. 5. Front Row: Teresa Martin, Donna Ratliff, Kathy Pendleton, Mary Ann Alley, Rhonda jones, Edie Tingler, Annette Deaton, Barbara Crable, Debbie Evans. Second Row: Vickie Carr, Sheila Kestner, Pam Pendleton, Kathy Hale, Nancy Butler, Kathy Reed, Pam Powell. Third Row: Susan DeHart, Tonya Reynolds, Michele Martin, Sandy Womeldorf, Daphne Gordon, Malinda Moran, Alicia Dickson, Francis Christenbury. Fourth Row: Betty Shepard, Becky Williams, Karen Shepard, Les- lie Hankins, Lisa Milton, Wanda Tatum, Lee Ann Damall. 6. Donna Ratliff, president, laughs as she thinks of previous pep club activities. Pep Club 171 Keyettes Have Successful Year 13 The Keyette Club was one of the newest clubs at Glenvar, yet it was one of the most active. The Keyette Club was founded in the summer. It had a total of thirty-eight members. The Keyette motto was 'We Serve' and every Keyette tried to live up to this motto. Every month the Keyettes had a service project. This project in some way bettered our community. They also had many money making projects, such as, selling hats and spirit buttons. The Keyettes worked in cooperation with the Ki Wives of Salem. 1. Front Row: Mrs. Ottevaere, Sandy Vamey, Vicki Carlton, Doris Johnson, Pam Martin, Carol Owen, Lisa Poff, Mrs. Iohnson. Second Row: Ioann Nowlin, Cindy Bower, Linda Mo- ran, Susan Mowbray, Ianie Pruitt. Third Row: Tricia Cronk, Mary Ann Carroll, Teri Tingler, Rose Tompkins, jenny Hibbitts, Pam Baker. Fourth Row: Lisa Walowac, Cheryl Kagey, Ann Maxey, Vicki Thomas, julie Sprouse, Jeanna Capps. Fifth Row: Sabrina Harmon, Carolyn Harman, Kim Milton, Elizabeth Rush- ing, Sara Mills, Mauricia Sledd. Last Row: Lynne Crotts, Carol Gillock, judy Owen, Cathy Lawson, Nancy Graham. 2. Please don't stick me! 3. Vicki Carlton, Vice-President: Pam Martin, President: Carol Owen, Secretary, Lisa Poff, Historian, Doris johnson, Treasurer: Sandy Vamey, Chaplain, Mrs. Johnson, Sponsor. 4. Pam Martin looks over the moming's agenda. The Glenvar Chapter of the Red Cross Youth had an acitve year. They worked in cooperation with the Red Cross of the Roanoke Valley. The chapter sponsored two blood mobiles. Studenst at Glenvar and residents in the community were in- vited to participate. Another project for the club was Santa calling, This year near Christ- mas students in the club spent an af- ternoon calling some of the small children who attend Pinkard Court School. Each of these children re- ceived a call from 'Santa Claus' and were able to tell him what they wanted for Christmas. They also set up a service so new students could be welcomed and shown around the school by another student. r,. Chapter has Active Year rift? .- X 3 1. Front row: Mike Mullins, Vicki Carlton, Donna Ratliff, Vicki Carr, Pam Scott, Cheryl McCauley, Ruth Coleman, Ellen Helton, Ter- riann Mitchell, Tonya Reynolds, Michell Mar- tin, Jeff Chewning, Last Row: Mrs. McCarthy, Debbie Davis, Nannette Law, Larry Sturgill, Melinda Moran, Nancy Wheeler, Nancy Dun- can, Lisa Conner, Brenda Dehart. 2. Debbie Davis and Mike Mullins go over blood transfusions. 3. Officers Front row: Vicki Carlton A treasur- er, Donna Ratliff - Vice-President, Pam Scott - President, Back row: Mrs. McCarthy spon- sor, Cheryl McCauley e Secretary. Red Cross Youth 173 The deadline is WHEN? . . . Someone tell me how to crop a gutter . . . Do headlines go in red or green? . . . I don't have all of my pictures! . . . Somebody has got to take the drinks back . . . Who's gonna bring the Doritos? These are just a few of the crises which daily face a member of the annual staff. It started as prospective staffers tumed in applications and nervously awaited the final decision. Summer meetings were held and ads were sold. Then, down to the busi- ness of that evasive headache - the layout. Getting pictures and words to fit neatly on one page was not as easy as it seemed. Yet out of the has- sle and the hurry, the skipping typewriters and after-deadline lec- tures came a lot of fun and leaming and a kinship between the twenty- one people who worked together so closely. Their combined effort has produced, it is hoped, one of the best annuals Glenvar has had. El "LS 'feta Thru Fun and Fusses Annual Staff Succeeds 174 Annual Staff ff if X, ,fax 4 7 1. Mrs. Athey is buried in her work. 2. 1976-77 Crusader Staff: Back Row: Teresa Stump, Carol Gillock, Eddie Fielder, Teresa Martin, Terriann Mitchell, Pam Graves, jenny Hibbitts, leanna Capps, Robin Brown, Donna Bordeaux, Cheryl Kagey, Anne Bowman, Kate Odgen. Front Row: Vicki Wygal, Donna Todd, Beverly Crable, Pam Baker, Vicki Carlton, Barbara Crable, Fred Doyle, Paula Baker. 3. Billy Iones is late for annual staff. 4. Donna Bordeaux types copy for the annual. 5. Do you know who this kid is? 6. jenny Hibbitts aids Teresa Martin on a lay- out difficulty. 7. Teresa Stump and Kate Odgen, work on their layouts. 8. 'Robin Brown, you can't fight lovel' Annual Staff 175 Drama Clubis Fall Play A Big Success The Drama Club had many plays this year. In November they had a three act play called 'A-Fuedin' Over Yonder. In April the Drama Club gave a well-performed musical, 'South Pacific'. They were helped with this by the Dance Club. Ms. Kinser was sponsor of the Drama Club for the second year. 176 Drama Club 4,4 AUDITORIUM , f' 1. Chuck Moore and Ms. Kinser make props for the play 'Fuedin'-Over Yonder'. 2. Front Row: Alison Ritter, Dreama Lockard, Sonya johnson, Pat Walrond, Vicki Carlton, Edie Tingler, Teresa Wirt, Terri Bower, Iudy Owen, Mary Cox, Second Row: Cindy Barton, Rhonda jones, Pam Shugart, Pa! Huff, Brenda Blevins, Marilyn Wilson, Rosemary Saul, Vic- kie Fralin, Denise Hughes, Tim Eads, Third Row: Timmy May, Emory Brown, George Clements, Lynne Crotts, Sheila Kestner, Gary Baker, Paula Stone, Laura Crockett, Cindy Dooley: Fourth Row: Cathy Vecillio, Kelly Spraker, Tina Louise, julie Finn, Kim Kirk, Kathy Fielder, Ieanna Capps, Robin Brown, 3. Officers: Terri Bower, Treasurer, Vicki Carlton, Vice-President, Edie Tingler, Presi- dent: Teresa Wirt, Secretary. .. , 1 The Dance C1ub's long practices finally culminated in the fall play, given by the Drama Club. The Dance Club performed twice in the play. They had a recital in the spring. They helped the Drama Club with their production of the musical 'South Pacific' by choreographing most of the dancing. The Dance Club was honored to have Ms. Kinser as their sponsor. 2 1. Front Row: Robin Brown, Sharon Stanley, Nancy Graham, Cathy Vecillio, Tina Mullins, Sharon Pugh, Pat Walrond, Kathy Hale, Sec- ond Row: Suzy Tyler, Mary Cox, Iudy Owen, Cindy Dooley, Kathy Fielder, Glenda Owens, Vickie Fralin, Rhonda Haga: Third Row: Donna Scott, Pam Pendleton, Donna Painter, Iulie Sprouse, julie Finn, Kim Kirk, Kelly Spraker. 2. Glenda Owens, Robin Brown and Sharon Pugh practice a dance routine. 3, Officers: Tina Louise, Vice-President, Pat Walrond, Secretary, Sharon Pugh, President. 4. Ms. Kinser, sponsor, tells about the musical 'South Pacific'. Dance Club Plans Recital Dance Club 177 The F.C. . Helps the Community The Fellowship of Christian Athletes, one of G1envar's largest clubs, had over sixty members this year. The F.C.A. was a very active club and provided services to the community such as visiting area hospitals and giving food baskets to needy families. They also met with other high school huddles for monthly breakfasts. The F.C.A. was in charge of the Baccalaureate service and the organization was credited with starting the first service at Glenvar High School. The F.C.A. had fun by going on ski trips and to Virginia Tech football games. 1. Mr. Ward tells Mr. Killinger about the F.C,A.'s project plans. 2. Officers: Iudy Owen, secretary-treasurerg Keith Noell, chaplain, Angie Ross, president, Carol Owen, program chairman. 3. Front Row: Keith Noell, Cathy Austin, Angie Ross, Carol Owen, Sharon Pugh, Carol Kagey, Lynne Crotts, Penni Nantz, Susan Coumoyer, Sharon Lacey, Susan Mowbray, Teresa Martin, Beverly Crable, Danny Hop- kins. Second Row: Kurt Webber, Mark Cronk, Lisa Shelor, Frank Leftwich, Vickie Mills, Nancy Graham, Iulie Sprouse, Terry Bower, Debbie Crawford, Sheila Wirt, Lisa Poff, Karen Lewis, Vanessa Wassurn, Iim Gresham, Third Row: Charlene Sowder, Iudy Owens, Julie Finn, Mark Brittain, Angie Quesenbury, Rhonda Haga, Susan Grubb, Denise Nixon, Sherry Peters, Mary Ann Carroll, Sandra Cournoyer, Tammy Propst, Glenda Owens. Fourth Fow: Barry Young, Maryls Ness, Wanda Dewease, Lisa Price, Kathy Lawson, Kim Milton, Leslie Thomas, Sherry Thomas, David Layne, Bill Wells, Vicki Carlton, Iohn Leftwich, Fifth Row: janet Kelley, Pat Wal- rond, Les Carpenito, Ieff Lawrence, Wayne Mowles, Bill Carroll, Robert Lester, Charles Gunter, David Conner, Mike Viar, Mike Au- stin, Teresa Wirt. Sixth Row: Mark Lee, Brian Hooker, David Dixon, Gregg Poff, Ronald Gibson, Iohneta Coon, 178 FCA e S- .J F1 f X 3 The French Club was open to those students who were taking French or had previously taken at least one year of French. They had twenty- seven members this year. This was the second year of an organized French Club and they met during ac- tivity schedule A where they planned several activities. They had a bean jar contest and they decorated the bulletin board across from the lib- rary. 1. Seated: Ianie Pruitt, Pam Powell, Lisa Shelor, Pam Graves, Cindy Robinson, Mauricia Sledd, Anne Bowman, Ienny Hib- bitts, Charlene Sowder, Ann Maxey, Pam Black, Teresa Martin, Vickie Peverall, Carol Gillock, Denise Duncang Standing: Diana Wil- liams, Dahlgren Vaughan, Jimmy Chisom, Barbara Crable, Mrs. Varin - Sponsor, Kevin Campbell, Donna Todd, Denise Hughes, Carol Hill, Pat Carroll, Linda Franks, Patty Lovelace, Kathy McDaniel, 2. Officers: Teresa Martin, treasurer, Lisa Shelor, president: Denise Duncan, vice- presidentg Janie Pruitt, secretary. 3. Teresa Martin keeps busy by collecting the dues. French Club 179 f A ' if Q Hugs' if H11 .Nb i x x 9 S me -O' 'Q U, g Q 5 ,4 6 in "Whistle While You Work" The Chorale was made up of a group of talented people. Though their size was small, their sound was great. The Chorale worked hard this year, and it started in early fall. They had a candy sale along wtih the choir to raise money for their 'trip to Busch Gardens this spring, There were other things to keep them occupied. There was the spring concert and the Christmas Concert. Several members attended all county choir and all reg- ional chorus. 1. Sitting: Tommy Adams, Front Row: Nancy Butler, Susan Grubb, Laurie Rae, Darlene Kestner, Linda Webster, Rosemary Saul, Twilla Thomas, Wanda Tatum. Second Row: Cheryl McCauley, Lendy Hodges, Lisa Con- ners, Sandy Womeldorf, George Clements. 2. Chorale members listen to instnictions. 3. Chorale Officers: Nancy Butler - President, Cheryl McCauley - Vice-President, George Clements - Social Chairman, Darlene Kestner - Secretary, Twilla Thomas - Treasurer, Miss Booe - Director, Sitting: Tommy Adams - Accompanist. 4. Tommy Adams plays piano for Chorale. 4 Chorale 181 Y 1 Our Future Teachers of merica 2 182 SAE 4 The Student Action for Education Club of Glenvar was a service club for students who were interested in education. The club sponsored student-teacher exchange days and hosted teacher teas during the year. Other projects included decorating the bulletin board in front of the cafeteria and doing bulletin boards for the teachers. 1. Officers: jamie Marshall, secretary- treasurerp Rose King, president: Iulie Dotson, vice-presidentp Standing: Mrs, Berry, sponsor. 2. Front Row: Teresa Martin, Leslie Hankins, Kathy Lawson, Nancy Graham, Vickie Carr, Back Row: Kim Milton, Annette Deaton, Iulie Dotson, Iulie Sprouse, Sheila Kestner, Mrs. Berry f Sponsor, Pam Graves. 3. Jamie Marshall and Mrs. Berry discuss the treasurer's report, 4, Rose King is caught by surprise. The Future Business Leaders of America faced a busy year. There were fifty-three members this year, who worked very hard. Activities such as a Halloween party, Christ- mas party, Teacher's Appreciation Day, and a dinner and picnic with the Andrew Lewis chapter were en- joyed by the members. A Thanksgiv- ing Basket and a Christmas party at the McVitty House were two com- 1 munity projects. The FBLA work- shop was held in the fall, the re- dional meeting was held in March and both took place at Virginia Tech, ending with a State conference held in Richmond in the Spring. The Glenvar chapter participated in all of these meetings with other FBLA chapters from different parts of Vir- ginia. in' 1 rf- FBLA Shows Their Worthiness l. Front Row: Cindy Letcher, Sandy Wool- dridge, Dani Brogan, Denise Link, Debbie Grisso, Linda Brumfield, sponsor - Ms. Keenan, Ginny Smith, Rita Lemon, Pam Pow- ell, Kathy Reed, Doris Dooley. Second Row: Teresa Huff, Wanda Akers, Dianne Kane, De- bbie Wheeler, Ricky Matz, Mary Ann Alley, Lisa Bohon, Susanne Carroll, Barbara Carroll, Nancy Duncan. Third Row: Laura Crockett, Linda Webster, Susan DeHart, Alice Hartman, Bea Wilcher, Debbie Lemon, Ieanette Mar- shall, Freda Pruitt, Marilyn Wilson, Sheila Kestner. Fourth Row: Karen Chewning, Melissa Rickman, Pam Ailstock, Dixie Thur- man, Ianet Thurman, Brenda Edwards, Cindy Threet, Debbie Wade, Gail Iohnson, Robin Spangler, Cathy Stiff. Fifth Row: Rhonda White, Ricky Brumfield, Glen Eads, Mark Bro- gan, Mary Cox, Wanda Tatum, Cindy Dooley, Beth Griffin, Virginia Matthews. 2. What is Nancy Duncan looking at? 3. Officers, Left to Right: Ginny Smith, Histo- rian, Linda Brumfield, President, Denise Link, Vice-President, Debbie Grisso, Secretary, Rita Lemon, Historian, Pam Powell, Treasurer, Kathy Reed, Reporter. ,v lid f 91 in kj 5 5 - f3,f:fgf.',-,. ., " ' ' - Q ffl'-147'-.' ,, :ff .1 IJ-7: 3 FBLA 183 . V, -.., .1 . 4- Q '82 1 44 'W . N' 1 -. . 'fi 3 "'?.M5:x QV, 7' 5 fag vi Ms -4.g,'--'Wg ' 5' g ,5W TQ5 5926-5 QQ. ,7-5, A fXff'a f?1'wQQ,A 9N,.A + 5K.fMSy 935 Biff 4:23 ff 'VM 3971 Q35 Q' 155' vw Q' QV., X4 up X.. h , 'T , R 4 ,P 4 -4 , 'S' K 'xA xkwxx fa'- ff' ,ff 1 -X 2 Va AA- I . Q if, X y v fy X Y, L xf 1 4: , , 11 A ' x 1 ' ' A fl I" S W Jf"'S .ku ,b if , 'X zhv X gasp .VNQQ . . :xy , . . , X a XA ' fi 11' lf " 'fi :LA --3 E WN X 'TAY Q ,gg x P Rf' yr ...L-.-- in . al x Wxaxsuxnxxuius UQ Q Xfbgk HXEH SCH wb- Nfl -15 ff vy- 4. 'Q l 'M Highlanderettes! The Glenvar Highlanderettes con- sisted of five seniors this year: Carol Kagey, head majorettep Lisa Poff, Glenda Owens, Lynne Crotts and Sharon Pugh. The girls had many re- sponsibilities, helping the cheer- leaders treat the teams at lunch, learn- ing new routines for games Las well as practicing old favorites like "Mis- sissippi Mud"J, plus keeping up their musical ability for concert sea- son when they play such instru- ments as the flute, clarinet and bas- soon. The majorettes will be remem- bered as a big part of our school spirit, 1. Majorettes show spirit at a Pep Rally. 2. The band and majorettes rehearse together for halftime. 3. Clowning on the sidelines. 4. Glenda Owens poses for the camera. 5. The dances of Scotland come to the Glenvar highlands. 6. Highlanderettes, left to right: Lynne Crotts, Sharon Pugh, Lisa Poff, Carol Kagey, head, Glenda Owens. 7. Why is Lisa smiling? 8. The majorettes perform during a halftime show. 9. The band plays "Lock Lomand" as the girls practice their Highland Fling. Majorettes 187 'l The Glenvar chapter of DECA had many interesting activities for its members. Some of those activities were such things as a Parliamentary Procedure seminar held at Glenvar, bowling event against Lewis in Ian- uary, Fall Rally, and trips to places such as Kings Dominion. DECA also 188 DECA 2 had members competing in district, state, regional contests, and sent del- egates to the National DECA conven- tion in California. The Glenvar and Lewis DECA's made plans for a store at the new Salem High School. The club sponsored by Mr. Willis and Mr. Whittacker. Fund Raising Projects A Success iii ls s w 4 ' i 1. Front Row: Larry Stargell, Lori Stuphin, Cathy Fielder, Sonja johnson, Mike Willis - coordinator, Melinda Lytton, Bobby Miles, Donna Conner, Linda Harris, Roland Tompkins, William Whittaker f coordinator, Rodney Barbour, Ronnie Martin, Diane Mus- selman, David Chandler: Second Row: Mary Marshall, Teresa Sweeney, Iay Sheppard, Tim Robinette, Duane DeLung, David Smith, Sha- ron Iohnson, Belinda Taylor, Belinda Critcher, Tracy Creasy, Tim Lawrence, Barbara Hedrick, Suzanne Garrett, Donna Lawrence, Don Jones, Third Row: Carol Barbour, Brenda Del-Iart, Donna Todd, Kathy Fralin, Richard Marsh, Debbie Caldwell, Sherri Bryant, Diane Redd, Robin Carroll, Gayle Graham, Tony Beckner, Tim Grim, Roger White, Fourth Row: jeff Ayers, Diane Johnson, Diane White, Sam Tuckwiller, Clyde Harhnan, Iames Walters, Alan Booth, Evadora Redd, Donna Dooley, Teresa Cox, Fifth Row: Billy Messer, Eddie Fielder, Mike Poff, Dale Iohnson, Randy Bryant, Mitch Crawford, Ricky Matz, Ian Stocki, Brian Chandler, Larry Robinson, Ron- nie Taylor, Barry Rhodes, Sixth Row: Sheere Davis, Connie Lyon, Kenny Parks, Marvin Clark, Kevin Simms, Donnie Moehler, Tim May, john Walters, Ted Pucket, Kevin Nelson, Iohn Baugess: Back Row: Roger Richardson, Mark Shockley, Rollie Phillips, Tony Beckner, Mel Iohnson, Danny Harth, Butch Cooner, Greg Boyd, Stan Peterson, Stacey Mooney, Howard Torrence, Lee Del-Iart, Larry Saul. 2. DECA students prepare for a fund-raising project. 3. Connie Shephard on the job at Burger King. 4. Mr. Willis and Mr. Whittacker discuss file folders, 5. Ieannie Havens loads the burger machine. 6. Officers, Front to Back: Vonda Price, presi- dent, Mary Marshall, Vice-president, Teresa Cox, secretary-treasurer: Teresa Sweeney, re- porter, Connie Lyon, parliamentarian, Diane Musselman, historian, DECA 189 Science Club Extends Skills The Science Club enables students to extend their interest, understand- ing, and knowledge in many areas of science. Since the fall of 1964 as the first student organization at Glenvar High, club members have received numerous county, state and national science awards and honors. The Glenvar Science Club is the only one in our school system to be chapter af- filiates with both the Virginia junior Academy of Science and the Future Scientists of America. Activities in- clude student investigations, visiting lecturers, seminars, field trips, sci- ence fairs and other competitions. Picture 1, Front Row: Shelly Shiftlet, Larry Pope. Back Row: Mike Beamer, Dalgren Vau- ghan. Picture 2, Front Row: Allan Wass, Mike Beamer, Larry Pope, Dahlgren Vaughan, Mike Gentry, lim Finn. Second Row: Cheryl Kagey, Shelly Shifflette, Donna Painter, Nancy Graham, Kate Ogden, David Gibson, Cathy McDaniel, Chuckie Smith. Third Row: Denise Hughes, Sandra Smith, Debbie Evans, Ann Chambers, Karen Copenhaver, Lori Chun- ning, Ian Petus, Patty Lovelace, Miss Watkins. Back Row: Sandra Womeldorf, Barry Hol- brook, Bruce Bishop, Sandra Crouch, Keith Gearhart, Emory Brown. Picture 3, Young sci- entist enjoy their games. 4 z 'l '-'rf ,J, ...dai i.3!N.14Q MINE H .wa A , . asa, ..8Qi!':U. .9 .' fr- .aa L. Jann, it 5,4 W Y' Key Club Helps the Community The Key Club under the leadership of Mr. Hyer made the community a better place. Some of the activities they were involved in were cleaning the football stadium before the sea- son, rock pick-up for new stadium behind Salem Civic Center, help with the Free Fare Concert, gave food and gifts to needy families dur- ing Thanksgiving and Christmas, and finally they attended the conven- tion in Virginia Beach. They leamed that you do not have to be given something for doing a favor for someone elese. . 3 1, Tim Collins puts food for the needy in the car. 2. Front Row: Brad Graham, Dale Davis, Paul Sampang, Kevin Whitt, Chris Blomberg, Kurt Webber, jeff Dorsey, Rick Atkins, Keith Noell, Wayne Mowles, Charlei Crouch, Mark Cronk, Frank Leftwich. Second Row: Tim jarvis, David Hammaker, David Layne, lim Gresham, lim Carroll, Mike Pickle, Bill Wells, Graig Bralley, Charles Gunter, Iohn Leftwich, Mike Sprouse. Third Row: Tim Alba, Mark Brittian, Barry Young, Wayne Craig, Eddie Fielder, Melvin Nowlin, Pierce Viars, Marvin Clark, Mr. Hyre. Fourth Row: Danny Hop- kins, Duane Farrs, Brian Hooker, Mark Lee, Tim Collins, Don Thompson, Paul Bain, Kevin Rakes, Iohn Black, Kelly Gladden, Fifth Row: Oscar Smith, Ron Duncan, David Duffy, RJ. Gibson, David Dixon, Mike Austin, Mike Viars, Robert Lester, Steve Carter. 3. Front Row: Kevin Whitt, President, Kurt Webber, Lieutenant Govemor of District. Back Row: Melvin Nowlin, Secretary, lim Gresham, Vice-President, Billy Iones, President. Key ciub 191 8 - Va-v4'h Q-f , af-5' wx Q3 . v :Hb R, vu. A A 63,23 1. Front Row: Kathy Fielder, Sonya Johnson, Sable Gamer, Tana Bush, Shelia Kestner, Beth Parker, Denise White, Terry Nelson, Steve Mountcastle. Second Row: Cheryl Puckett, Cheryl Ahem, Brenda Overstreet, Anita Gor- don, Brenda Black, Rita Bailey, Pam Frazier, Cathy Pendleton, Robin Woods, Third Row: Wanda Howard, Tanya Lawrence, Aleta Cole- man, Kim Hickson, Melanie Carroll, Debbie Bousman, Linda Lambutt, Marilyn Wilson, Debbie Martin, Linda Wade, Kristy Tuckwil- ler. Fourth Row: Karen Chewning, Melissa Richmond, Rhonda Meacham, Linda Meacham, Robin Carroll, Teri Puckett, Patty Divers, Joyce Perdue, Denise Link, Darlene Kestner. Fifth Row: Audrey Spraker, Pam Carr, Darlene Link, jamie Marshall, Tracie Creasy. 2. Front Row: Mrs. Cobble - sponsor, Iamie Marshall - secretary, Darlene Lind - lst vice-president, Darlene Kestner - president, Pam Carr - 2nd vice-president. Back: Teri Puckett- historian, Joyce Perdue - parlia- mentarian, Patty Divers - chaplain, Linda Wade - treasurer. 3, Secretary's minutes begins the FHA meet- ing. 4, 'l'm so happyl' 5, ls it safe to drink? 6, Everybody is hard at work. :fm P ia r Q i .449 :sis -4 Aix,-.-, k Q'-we-,A t N 'Nm W 5 1 N 6 FHA 193 Romans and More Romans The Latin Club with seventy-three members this year had one of the largest and most active clubs in Vir- ginia. Monthly meetings centered around various phases of Roman life. Some of the unforgetable moments were: Vergil tportrayed by George Clementsj almost losing his toga as he paraded before the Romans, Mr. Myers auctioned as a slave to the highest bidders for a grand total of 56.78, the junior Classical League convention with twenty-four dele- gates held in Norfolk, Christmas carolingp and the Roman Banquet, 'A Feast for Aeneas.' Erat annum bonum omnibus Romanis! 1. Front Row: Suasan DeHart, Vikie Mills, julie Sprouse, Daphne Gordon, Terriann Mitchell, Robin VanValkenburg, Susan Mow- bray, Vicki Thomas, Doris johnson, Sherry Thomas, Marlys Ness, jeanette Marshall, Sandy Womeldorf. Second Row: Mrs, Boeh- ling, Pam Ailstock, Laura Crockett, Pat Wal- rond, Linda Webster, Pam Black, Susanne Carroll, jackie Chapman, Felicia Grinnell, Sabrina Harmon, Michele Brickey, Sharon Hollandsworth. Third Row: Lendy Hodges, Terry Epperly, Becky Williams, Betty Shepard, Donna Brickey, Lori Sutphin, Penny Heslep, Wanda DeWease, Cathy Vecellio, Mary McLawhom, jane Pettus, Fourth Row: Sandra Ailstock, Melody Wood, Aleta Coleman, Michele Martin, Tonya Reynolds, jenny Al- dridge, Tammy Propst, Delaine Smith, Lisa Bordewisch, Donna Painter, joann Nowlin. Fifth Row: Tony Maness, George Clements, john Smiley, Dwayne Ellis, Tim Martin, David Eamest, Annette Deaton, julie Dotson, janet Epling, Lisa Price, Kate Ogden. Sixth Row: jerry Parr, Charlie Crouch, Donald Thompson, Kevin Davis, Roy Kanode, Craig Bradley, Mike Blosser, Mike Poff, jim Barber, Emory Brown, 2. Officers Front Row: Daphne Gordon, Secre- tary, Robin VanValkenburg, Vice-President, Vickie Thomas, President, Doris johnson, Treasurer. Top Row: Susan Mowbray, Latin I judge, Terriann Mitchell, Historian: Sherry Thomas, Program Chairman, Maryls Ness, Latin I judge. 194 Latin Club 3' x fri I LA' .......- U ii ' --.1.s..---. , .. .-v-aquv .---- it 0 an FLL Enjoys Spanish Food P The Foreign Language League was open to all students who were presently taking a foreign language. The membership was largely made up of spanish students. The club's purpose was to learn more about foreign countries and cultures. Club Activities included guest speakers, slides, songs and spanish food. 1. Front Row: Gary Crokett, Sherry Marshall, Leanne Darnell, Susan Grubb, Sandra Vamey, Charlotte Helms, Beverly Crable, Lynne Crotts, Donna Reynolds, Ianet Kelley. Second Row: Leslie I-Iankins, Sheri Peters, Cathy Lawson, Teri Leonard, Frances Christenburg, Elizabeth Rushing, Sandra Smith, Susan Parker, Alicia Dixon, Dawn Bonham. Third Row: Lisa Poff, Rose Tompkins, Penni Nantz, Cathy Stiff, Lisa Milton, Angie Quesenberry, Eugena Bohan, Becky Browning, Martha Palmer, Dixie Bowling, Bea Wilcher. Fourth Row: Lee Lawson, Bruce Bishop, Kay Hott, Pam Sammons, Kim Perdue, Barbara Mills, Anita Hill. 2. Seated: Charlotte Helms, secretary, Sherry Marshall, treasurer. Back Row: Lisa Poff, vice-president: Rose Tompkins, president. 3. Mrs. Carico serves as FLL sponsor. FLL 195 L Umm P . . -mm 5 M1 1 Lima ef Wwfipw Qwfgvmm 2, 2 . IXNIV' A , 469 w mfiifidi 77 forlfiyf' V E 2 TE-V-B-Lvff layhad f T 1: ' .5 4' 75f1ff21f'r 'sf' sf. My qxvi.. QQ. . Q F .EL .F E. NxnuH'EMl1:xw'k lr -ef - 4a - K 'QJQXLMMJIL E can .MQW wif 5 'gg Lisa Shelevf' :KA cfm GF Q' u , up 0 NN ow v O dr Qgfy QQ? 57 .ff-V I X PPNEJJOJ. Q QP WJ' JMMQ 71,4 M, , P bm 35' ?s"erQ'YA1H'1ifq7f: M HX 62 is ' Cf lk 'X MHS ' I 'im'mvX3 ,rfb 2 ag kj K H fypikfwf It 1 KL :E c- 6, 'Q ' '- i Q, 1.2 ff., A Q x. 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STEPHENSON 8: ALDRIDGE STUART MCGUIRE I STUMP BROTHERS CONTRACTORS SUNSET SERVICE CENTER SURFACE EQUIPMENT CO. TIMBER TRUSS CO. VANN'S DIAMOND CENTER VAS-CO AUTO PARTS VILLAGE SHOES VIRGINIA FOODS INC. VIRGINIA SHOES WHITI' CARPET AND TILE TH E GENTFZY STUDIO Of PHOTOGRAPHY IS proud to have been selected to photograph the class of 1977 Best Wishes Arthur E. Cournoyer A.F,P F P H Owner V X X Congrotulotnons tothe Senior Class from WHITT CARPET AND TILE SERVICE, INC Stump Brothers Contractors State Reg. 414197 Clarence W. 8: Kenneth D. Stump Rt. 3, Box 303 B, Salem, VA 24153 389-8518 563-2004 New Homes - Additions - Remodeling Lloyd S. Snocldey Middleton Gordens Exxon 1419 W,Mo1n Street 389.7974 SO1E'I'Y1, Virginia 24153 Complete Cor Core Offrcio1 Stofe Inspectuon Q Ridenhour Music Center 2 West Main Street Salem, Virginia 24153 ELMER R. RIDENHOUR owner certified teacher M.T.N.A. - V.M.T.A., A.T.G., A.A.A. - virginia's largest music school and store - 703-389-6415 17 'run OLE Mx is -fo BAPPIE as . I Salem Roanoke Clifton Forge Razor Cuts It Pays To Look Well BOYD'S BARBER SHOP College Ave. at 8th St. Salem, Virginia Hours: 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. 8 to 5 Sat. Ph.: 389-7991 Cleo Boyd 8 Ben Boyd Compliments of CROTTS HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING 729-College Avenue VAS-CO AUTO PARTS, INC. 736 West 4th Street Salem, Virginia 24153 H.A. Cox 389-9303 SKYLINE CLEANERS INC. AND SHIRT LAUNDRY 827 College Av. Salem, VA VILLAGE SHOES "For the Family" 17031 387-3213 West Salem Plaza P.O. Box 1077 Salem, Virginia 24153 Chili Shop Restaurant Route 1 West Main St. Salem, VA Open Mon. thru. Sat.-7 a.m.-11 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Seafoods-Steaks-Chops Short Order's-Chili Plate Lunches Take out orders phone 389-5830 Serving Breakfast Anytime Mr. 8. Mrs. Freddie Eades lownersl 202 The Carpef Wllage 1107 Indiana Street Salem, Virginia 24153 Phone 47039 - 387-0448 Compliments of SHELTON-WITT EQUIPMENT CORP Salem - Lynchburg - Wise - Ashland PEPSI Compliments of GEORGE JEFFREYS 8t CO., INC. LOTZ FUNERAL HOMES, INC. 1330 East Main Street Salem, Virginia 24153 J.D. Gibson, Manager Dial 389-3241 FORT LEWIS HARDWARE 81 LUMBER CORPORATION 2913 West Main St. Salem, VA 24153 "A square deal with every P.O. Box 709 Salem, VA 24153 buy. . - Compliments of A Robert E. Klnzle Agent Comphmems of CORPORATED STATE FARM INSURANCE CO'S Auto-Life-Fire-Health 220 Boulevard Salem, VA 389-7255 Hopkins Food Market Rt. 1 Salem, VA 24153 VIRGINIA FOODS IN Salem, Virginia Sponsoring: INS and Virginia Mar kets Stores 387-3641 1001! sul OID 'ii The Hair Company jean 400 East Calhoun Street Salem Virginia Beck Debbie Duncan Hair Stylist 204 Mmm - A A Congratulations Class of '77 from Dr Pepper Bottling Doyle's Radiator Service Company Roanoke' Virginia 24014 4th and Colorado Street Salem, Virginia T SMENANDOAH TOOL l SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. I An-X W i IA6 WEST ATM. 5T.,BOX 846, SALEM, VA., PHONE 389-8141 E-e-Q-MY' " , .--JA-Y ,W xx -Y Z--Ea I E g I f -'iam "J 'S 1- I L L IIAI ', gk.: , ,VII Il", g l, , ij? :gl if IQ ,C 4 II, if ' ' I . ..E I ff Q E I ,,E-f"l-- X METAL WORKING SPECIALISIS .. xiii'-if , ,.,,, hir-,-2 ,.," 4 -.... v Y. ... Numerical Control Equipment 0, OIC O O .. ,QQQ Q , .: ' ' Distributing ' :: gg' CUTTING TOOLS PRECISION TOOLS . 1' . ' MACHINE ACCESSORIES 3 NEW 8. USED MACHINERY ' - 0 050 Cutting Toollleconditioning Service LewIs-Gale HospItaI ' ' Shgnlnul Sa'em-Vifgmifi CALL TOLL FREE IN VIRGINIA - 800-542-5940 FROM OTHER STATES - 800-336-5968 205 Hester Coal 8. Oil Corp Brooks-Byrd Pharmacy EXQN 2 East Main Street Salem, Virginia "SaIem's Prescription Center" l Heating Oil - Coal -- Burner Service 625 Union Street, Salem, Va. 24153 Phone: 389-5684 JOHN DEERE Surface Equipment Corp U. S. 11- West Salem Virginia John Deere Construction Equipment A 1 EATON CORPGRATION Industrial Truck Division Salem Plant 1242 Colorado Street Telephone l703l 389-5454 Salem, Virginia B 81 R Auto Parts of Salem 1104 West Main Street OPEN 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays Salem, Virginia 389-8683 ays why v U Salem Appllance Center. NWC Compliments of PILLIS BROS. UNION 76 4th and South Market St. Salem, Va. SALEM AUTO PARTS 117 Goodwin Ave. Phone 389-8688 New Location With More Parts 8: Conveniences to Serve You Better Lawn Mower 8: Truck Parts Also in Stock STANS AUTOMOTIVE HARDWARE CO. Distributor of Dorman Products Phone 389-6200 Salem, Virginia 24153 Stanley B. and Garnet R Wingo, Owners Home of Quality Homes Tel. 389-6843 FISHER MOBILE HOMES George S. Sz Martha Fisher, Owners 1 Mile W. of Salem On U.S. 11 and 460 Salem, Va. SUNSET SERVICE CENTER Groceries, Hardware and Texaco Products Hunting 'Sz Fishing Licenses Elliston, Va. CARLA'S HALLMARK CARD SHOP West Salem Square Salem, Va. Phone 387-0139 Congratulations Class of '77 Like us, you are in a class all by yourselves! - 'ff- 3 - ,- ....e. ' -1,3 , Q l,g'l1 1? EbmlLa.7 country sausaua 1 5,1 Y V ff- .4 'x57"L ' 3 - I 'E' ' .. f- 1 Compliments of Milli 5 GEORGE PREAS DAIRY We 8 1 Q X . . Q.. Sealtest Distributor 3772 Aerial Way Dr., sw. 44 ,, DAIRY Phone 345-7757 THANKS FOR SUPPORTING YOUR GLENVAR S . C .A. MATTOX SEALER CO. Asphalt Sealing Phone 389-8496 208 SALEM HAMMEFKMILL COMPANY, INC. Industrial St Processing Equipment Complete Engineering Service Office Phone 703 - 389-8696 P.O. Box 148 2167 Industrial Drive Salem, Virginia 24153 Say it with flowers. JOBE FLORIST 215 College Ave. Dial 389-7284 Salem, Virginia Compliments of Frigid Freeze Foods, Inc Salem, Virginia 24 l53 Call 389-369l STEPHENSON 81 ALDRHDGE FURVNMTURE PLAZA . Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Tnarsday and Frldfly Until 9200 P.Nl Saturday Until 5.30 RM. Lee l-lwy. , Between Roanoke and Salem, Apperson Drive From Salem Or Brandon Rd From Roanoke Best Wishes to Everyone Galbraith Electric Motor Service, Inc. 2144 Salem Industrial Drive Salem, Virginia YOU CAN BANK ON US 268-2226 387-3800 HOURS 8:30 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. SATURDAY'S 8:30 A.M. - 12:00 Bank of Shawsville We H. R. johnson 1 , Compan 1, M ' P. 0. Box sas - 2.. .V - , Sa1em,Virginia 24153 Phone 389 - 2345 - 16 E, Main St. iii Furniture TV Sales 6 Service Organized 1931 GOODWIN INSURANCE 8t REALTY CO. INC "Insurance Plus Service" 15 South College Ave. Dial 389-2327 Salem, VA FOR APPOINTMENT 369 6003 Ctifiu tual Uafeiizzg Eg jfaielz Comm Hrs Weumwea Szznvics Caremwfs AND FLOWERS Sn van ANU moi ueN ANNNERSA Y ALL OccAsioN CAKES :ia Erie.: iv :N S1 SALEM, viHL,i A 'i is KARLN FOSTILR Expert Auto Repairs Qnpm mu REPAIRS E Overhauling Our Specialty odlmhm All Work Guaranteed! - I .'-a-mug" 'MT' CROTTS BROS. GARAGE General Repair - Body 8: Fender Work Used Cars Bought and Sold 410 Eighth Street Salem, Virginia Phone - 389-2271 210 Compliments of Cindy Bower to the Senior Class of 1977 with love and lots of memories Hot time in the old time tonite! Photographs and Memories imbcrTruss ousing Systems, In . Compliments Compliments ofa GANG-NAIL TRUSSES Friend FLOOR TRUSSES Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hill PRE-FRAIVIED WALL SECTIONS EVER-STRAIT DOOR UNITS PRE-HUNG WOOD DOOR UNITS I1 c of 703f387-0273 525 McClelland Sl. Salem. Virginia 24153 ...to ard ne horizon is 1 -sa- A significant milestone in life's path is accomplished and we at General Electric congratulate each of you in the graduating class of 1977. Now, new horizons lie ahead. In the coming months and years you will move toward the vocation or career which will eventually become your life's work. Many of the decisions you face will be difficult, lf you are looking for additional information about career possibilities, General Electric can help. A series of publications, to assist you in finding the right career, is available without charge. f Write to Education Relations, General Electric Company, 3135 J Easton Tumpike, Fairfield, Connecticut 06431, and ask for "So You If A X Tl 'f f Want To G0 To Work" and for other publications which may touch on your particular career interests. GENERAL Eircrnlc SALEM, VIRGINIA An equal opportunity employer PHONE 389-5662 Compliments , , Compliments of R4cf1aaJ'4 iqulo 14 of 3 Mr. and Mrs. WHEEL BALANCING Friend Robert D. Jones MSPECIALIZING IN TRUCK FRAME STRAIGHTENING AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT' 1210 wesr MAIN sr. SALEM, vA. 211 I Compliments of "HAPPY FACE PLACE" 1259 East Main Street Salem, Virginia Congratulations Seniors Mom Bowman Compliments of Mike Mullins and Debbie Davis with memories of Glenvar High School that will live forever as will their love. from Compliments of Community Hospital of Roanoke Valley Roanoke, Virginia E,e, E,. ,,,.,., : ,,:e:,l,:Eg5, EEl,. l Ezz, :g:,. ,:i:,:,.,., , ,.,.,., . ::--i-----:: 5 zii liilriii Eis ::::::i ::--EiE:::i.E: -:-::-2 :-:: :':: "',,-:.- :-'- 5 ,...,..,.: 5 :.,..-. ,---v- '-1-' . t - -f--'--'----'-: "'-' ":f ' t '2'f' -'-i'::': i f tlfi 53 la rer ii ee re awk' -IWMWM 231 Colorado street 389-7221 Salem, virginia 1 2 Compliments of F. C. AMRHEIN a SONS .ilfnsfuhzfiug lzmrlen ami Jllixmnuil fzihn PHONI S37-SBIG STARFOOD MARKET, INC. HAMMERHEAD HARDWARE, INC. 1505 Colorado Street Salem, Virginia Phone 389-6065 212 ll' ll? Q' stvn 0 "+f'Z7 A J' .J Q as gf -Q: lf' H we 2 'E 54" A Sin, A if . gi -i -' M r-A .1 'F vfSi".' e 23 - Witt' fry ffl if EQ: i ' ' r ,ggelg-1. -3'?w':44 ly S f e L , V, . ' M43 :eil N- .' "- A -fi 1 . W. 'ig'-5 AV 'B fr Z - r . we Blankenship 8i Davis Inc. X., QC Qi Q1 Q, H UT QT lQj1C See Us For Your Party Needs We Sell Kegs Party Items""Snacks Hot Dogs 3 For S1 Group Discounts Fresh Fruits and Vegetables"'Groceries I Beer and Wine Off Premises S Salem Produce Mar et Salem, Virginia 902 College Avenue Salem, Virginia Phone 387-3460 213 Snyder's Chips and Pretzels Choice Candies Distributed By - P0 0 MH, C in Guthrle D1StI1but1Hg, Inc. W l P' .V ll K nrexmx S325 fair: ' Salem, Virginia Q,,,,..... , C , ' ' Phone 387-2591 MH 3 QSM. . QC 0 - M H E! H 45' L - . - V . ' L65 1 A. ,pf m ee' .1 ' is-H F 'f ,44 Q ax V ' 3-g,'jfA ' Vs -' -,gi QQ.: we J I ,X A . .,, V . A ' M ' , 1 lb MXL' :XY A W .,f,,,3 Y. 111: ,rhxg m . .X 'lil nr .l V", 4.1.1 " '. .A ,. f 0 fx--' QQ Y' 'QL One Glenvar Picture is Worth 1000 Words Salem Times-Register Gives You Both 214 Compliments of First Virginia Bank of Roanoke Valley 223 East Main Street Salem, Virginia f" 389-9048 'S w 3 LOVELY LADY BEAUTY SALON Donna Warfe - ownerloperator Lorell Mathina - operatorfasst. Ioan Horton - operator Cookie Graham 4 operator You will find us at 110 7th Street Salem, Virginia Phone 389-9048 VANN'S DIAMOND CENTER K E E PSA K E 555222 RMS BULOVA - LONGINES FAMOUS EZZQKZQSSZZQL All Work Guaranteed Ronald Vann 1461 West Main St., Salem, VA Notary Public Phone Office 389-9317 Bonded jeweler 890-3575 William R. Zimmerman Has helped young men get off to the right start with Life of Virginia for three years. He can help you, LII: UF . . QZINM too. Give him a call at 774-1649 and he'll come 1 running. LIFE ,DF VIRGINIA Right from the start. Life of Virginia is a large company but not a giant company, which means its insurance policies can be more liberal, more flexible, and are an excellent value by comparison. THE CIN-TER RESTAURANT 219 Apperson Drive Salem, Virginia 24153 R E w I 'N ,Aww K x .nu- - -5 'Myra . 'f-., ,M Compliments of Olde Salem Galleries 107 West Main Street Salem Virginia Compliments of THE HOUSEWARE A Retail Division of the Stuart McGuire Co. Phone 389-8121 The 1976-1977 Crusader Staff Thanks all our patrons for making our yearbook a financial success. It Seems Like niy Yesterday 1. A science student chooses a book for his project. 2. Warm days bring students out to enjoy the sunshine and books. 3. Ms. Kinser rehearses the play for South Pacific. 4. A tight struggle between Alleghany County and Glenvar wrestlers. af. We Have Achieved Our Goals In the last year of Glenvar's exis- tence we have learned a lot about ourselves and others. Our clubs and organizations have found that mem- bership is larger when there is not idleness - but activity. The athletic teams of GHS have achieved their goals this year with determination, unity, and the assurance of their many supporters. The teachers have discovered that students are more at- tentive if the class is made interest- ing. The student body has displayed an undying spirit of pride and en- thusiasm for Glenvar during their participation in sports, class, com- munity, and extra-curricular ac- tivities. The 1976-77 Crusader staff has leamed that while observing and re- flecting on the past you must some- times adapt to unpleasant situations and perhaps even compromise a lit- tle. The have found that producing a yearbook was just as rewarding as it was difficult. The members of the staff have leamed the ability to Work together as a group under the system of cooperation that is a necessary part of our endeavors. Every person connected with Glen- var High School has played a part in making this kind of spirit a trademark of our school. In moving to Salem High School students must join with their leaders in developing a new atmosphere which will con- tinue the tradition established here at Glenvar. We hope that students transferring to Salem High can join together to create a spirit as fulfilling as our "Highlander Pride" of the past few years. Although it may seem like only yesterday, another year has faded into our memories. Special games, assemblies, and classes are still in our minds. These are memories to be cherished for years to come. We also hope that this year' s experiences have in some way prepared you for the fu- ture and that this Crusader will, in coming years, help you identify with those 'youthful' high school years and perhaps relive those memorable dates for 'We Will Never Pass This Way Againl' 220 Closing QE' X ,il g, W. '41, 2 2 ,f X, M ff! grgAY,,1, ' 1 1 YNY-Jae. SEE Tse ,nr EEAUTI e lltgsa IN THE . ff 1, The end of the day brings peace to the usu- ally crowded lobby. 2, Defense looks on as Terriers go for two. 3. Govemment classes catch up on the na- tional news from their Newsweek. 4. An unusually busy annual staff before the final deadline. 5. A poster symbolizes a Glenvar tradition. Closing 221 Think In The Present, Learn From The Past, But Look Toward The Future. ALMA MATER Hail, Glenvar High, thy praises we will sing, Glory and honor we will ever bring. True in our hearts to Glenvar we will be Our love will hold us ever close to thee. 222 Closing 1. Social study hall provides time to joke about the day's mistakes. 2. Pam Baker and jenny Hibbitts review pages for deadline shipment. 3. Students hurry through the lobby to beat the tardy bell. 4. Girls catch up on the latest gossip while the guys enjoy OTHER entertainment. 5. Nancy Butler and Annette Deaton have a head-to-head talk about South Pacific rehears- als. 6. Mr. Higgins explains the problem to one of his English students. Dear, Alma Mater, on the mountain- side Highlanders all we'll look on you with pride, In coming years to the Highlands we'll retum Our loyalty will grow and ever burn. Highlanders Stand Proud .M H lf I M ffuly Q 'V' X 'V . . is . r L ' X ! U. ag?--' - A 40115. H ,ya --'g f 'J VA.. , . A ,,,,. N 1 A 3, , , W A qw A ' Q? xv - X ,C --I , 1 ' 4 ,NZ M N, .bl x. T F, ' A X .a Q 4 " K 6 :gif ' 54 , w fl' 'QI I nn.. -:"7gy-'-1f-Ms."- Q' '-v-:,f112g', f", 'f ' ,P+ ix A A 8 ,W i 5 s v1 f' -gf P Q2 .fx f . 5 raft 3 3 . 1 -Q L' Ai 371 31 LR XX A 1' X In Memorium N an Ls X4' james Boyd Overstreet Henry McK1nley Weeks Ir Class of 1976 Class of 1980 4 ., V WVJQ vb f s H K S 5 s 5 f ' v . 5 f xi 5 sg' , ix ,v Q! X s 1 ' ' 5 ,Q irfbff' i ' i gf Y, -A- Adams, Tommy, 15, 169, 181, 185 Adkins, Donna, 35, 180 Agee, Sylvia, 125 A em, Carla, 61 Ahern, Cheryl, 193 Ailstock, Pam, 15, 166, 183, 194 Ailstock, Sandra, 49, 194 Ailstock, Thomas, 61 Akers, Frank Mr,, 143 Akers, Sandra Ms., 150 AkerS, Wanda, 15, 169, 183 Alba, Helen, 125 Alba, Lisa, 15, 33 Alba, Tun, 25, 191 Alderman, Teresa, 34, 35, 164, 165 Alderman, Wendell, 49 Aldridge, Carl, 61, 185 Aldridge, Jenny, 61, 194 Aldridge, Terry, 15 Aldrid e, Timothy, 49 Allen, Bruce, 49, 9, 167 Alley, Mary Ann, 35, 133 Almond, Robert, 15 Ainburgey, Stacey, 61, 185 Amb , Tra , 61 a.,..Qf'i,il.,aefl'a Anderson, Martin, 35 An ell, Rosie, 35 Angrom, Linda Ms., 128, 150 Arnold, Harry, 35 Arnold, Ronnie, 61 Arrington, Chuck, 35, 169 Athey, Diana Ms., 128, 174 Atkins, Eric, 15, 33, 191 Atkinson, Brenda, 61 Atkinson, Susan, 61, 180 Atwood, Lennie, 61 Ausein, Andy, 61 Austin, Cathy, 35, 113, 164, 167 Austin, Larry, 15 Austin, Mike, 49, 191 Ayers, Ieffrey, 189 - 5 - Baessler, Donna, 49 Bailey, Rita, 49, 193 Bain, Paul, 49, 191 Baird, lames, 61 Baker, Farn, 15, 168, 169, 171, 174 Baker, Paula, 61, 174 Baker, Vickie, 61 Band, 184 Barber, Iarnes, 35, 185, 194 Barbour, Carol, 49, 189 Barbour, Rodney, 15, 189 Barker, Teresa, 15 Bamett, Marsha, 61 Bamett, Michael, 61 Barnen, Roger, 35 Barlen, Randy, 15 Barron, Cindy, 35, 176 Barton, Ronnie, 49 Bashalli, Tim, 35, 79 Bateman, Glenna, 35 Baugess, Greg, 35 Baugess, Jon, 49, 189 Baum, David, 166, 185 Beamer, Mike, 35, 169, 190 Beason, Debbie, 61 Beckner, Angie, 61 Beckner, Betty, 35 Beckner, Chuck, 61, 87 Beckner, Donna, 35, 169 Beckner, lay, 61, 85 Beckner, Tony, 49, 189 Bedwell, Derrick, 15 Bell, Julia, 61 Berry, Vicki Ms., 128, 182 Bishop, Bruce, 61, 190, 195 Black, Brenda, 49, 193 Black, Debbie, 49 Black, Johnny, 49, B5, 191 Black, Pam, 5, 164, 169, 194 Black, Roland, 15 Blankenship, Avery, 61 Blankenship, Kelly, 61 Blankenship, Robin, 15, 169 Blevins, Brenda, 35, 176, 180 Blevins, Jerry, 61, 104 Blevins, Larrly, 35 Blomber , C ris, 35, 79, 167, 191 Blosser, Bllike, 49, 79, 194 Boehlinlg, Rowena Ms., 128, 135, 194 Bogie, odd, 61, 87 Bo on, Eugenia, 61, 185, 195 Bohon, Lisa, 35, 183 Bohon, Rusty, 49 Bonham, Dawn, 49, 195 Beoe, Brlnda Ms., 157, 180, 181 Booher, Sybil, 61 Booth, Alan, 15, 189 Bordeaux, Donna, 35, 174 Bordewisch, Cliff, 15 Bordewisch, Lisa, 35, 185, 194 Bordewisch, Marsha, 61, 185 Bostic, Mark, 49, 185 Bcusman, Debbie, 61, 193 Bower, Cindy, 15, 172 Bower, Terri, 35, 176 Bowers, Tina, 49, 164 Bowling, Dixie, 49, 195 Bowman, Anne, 169, 174, 185 Boyd, Greg, 189 Boynlon, Michael, 61 Bradford, Bill, 61 Bradley, Craig, 35, 194 Bradshaw, Brenda, 61 226 Index DEX Bradley, crane, 95, 191 Bralley, Junior, 157 Braoirner, David Mr., 159 Brickey, Donna, 49, 194 Brickey, Duffy, 35 Brickey, Michele, 15, 194 Brittain, Mark, 49, 191 Brine, Jamie, 35 Brogan, Dani, 15, 183 Brogan, Mark, 36, 183 Brogan, Susan, 49 Brown, Brenda, 36, 180, 185 Brown, Bmofy, 176, 185, 190, 194 Brown, Molly, 16 Brown, Robin, 49, 115, 174, 176, 177 Brown, Steven, 36 Brown, William, 61 Brown, William, 61 Browning Becky, 49, 195 Brownin ,Tony, 49 Brumiiels, Linda, 16, 165, 169, 183 Brumiield, Ricky, 61, 164, 183 Bryam, Cherie, 49 Bryant, Kim, 36 Bryant, Randy, 36, 169, 189 Bryant, Sherri, 189 Bunon, Gladys, 61 Burron, Kun, 169 Bush, Tana, 16, 193 Bushnell, Tony, 49 Butler, David, 61 Butler, Nahry, 36, 165, 180, 181 Butterworth, R0 r, 61 Byrd, Dennis, 615' Byrd, Margaret Ms., 150 - C - Caldwell, Debbie, 189 Campbell, Jerry, 16 canipbeu, Kevin, 61 Capps, Jeanna, 50, 164, 172, 174, 176 Carlco, Elizabeth Ms,, 135, 195 Carlton, Roland, 61, 185 Carlton, Vicki, 16, 108, 172, 174, 174, 176 carpenilo, Les, 36, 79 Carpenter, Ronald Mr., 136, 159 Carr, Pam, 49, 193 Carr, Vickie, 16, 173, 182, 185 Carroll, Barbara, 36, 169, 183 Carroll, Billy, 61, 79 Carroll, Greg, 36, 166, 185 Carroll, james, 36, 79, 191 carrou, Kathy, 49 Carroll, Mark, 49 Carroll, Mary Ann, 34, 36, 113, 164, 169, 172 Carroll, Melanie, 61, 193 Carroll, Patricia, 50 carrou, Randy, 50 Carroll, Robin, 50 Carroll, Robin, 36, 169, 189, 193 Carroll, Susanne, 36, 183, 194 carrer, Carolyn, 16, 36, 180 Carter, Steve, 49, 104, 191 Chambers, Ann, 61, 185, 190 Chandler, Bryan, 16, 189 Chandler, David, 189 Chapman, Jackie, 50, 194 Chewning, Jeff, 36, 173 Chewning, Karen, 16, 183, 193 chewnin ,Lori, 61, 185,190 Chisom, Bll, 61, 115 Chisom, lim, 164 Choir, 180 Chorale, 181 Chrisman, Lisa, 50 Christenbury, Frances, 50, 195 Chubb, Francis, Ms., 127 Cinner, David, 37 Clark, Budgie, 62 Clark, lemme, 104 Clark, Marvin, 50, 1B9, 191 Clark, Sain, 36 Clark, Vickg, 50, 180 Clements, eorge, 36, 176, 181, 194 Clemons, Debbie, 50 Cobble, Martha Ms., 139, 193 Coffman, Mike, 62, 87 Cole, Alan, 62 Cole, Charles, 62 Cole, Donald, 16 Cole, Tony, 50 Coleman, Aleta, 62, 194, 194 Coleman, Ruth Ann, 50, 173 Collins, David, 62, 87 Collins, Ka , 36 Collins, RoBin, 50 Collins, Tammy, 50 Collins, Tim, 16, 191 Conner, counney, 62 Conner, Donna, 16, 189 Conner, Edsel, 50 Conner, Leslie, 62, 87 Conner, Lisa, 50, 173, 181 Conner, Paul, 50 Cock, David, 87 Coon, Iohneta, 50 Coon, Ricky, 62, 85 Cooner, Butch, 189 cooper, Lewis, s., 16 Cooper, Steve, 37 Copenhaver, Karen, 50, 190 Correll, Billie jo, 1.6 correll, Jirn, 37 Cournoyer, sandra, 50, 167 Cournoyer, Susan, 37, 113, 115, 167, 169 Cowling, saoi, 51, 164, 185 Cowling Steve, 62, 185 cox, Mary 51, 176, 177, 183 Cox, Teresa, 37, 185, 189 Crable, Barbara 50, 116, 174 Crable, Beverly, 50, 167, 174, 185, 195 Crable, Ralph, 37, 104 Craig, Gerald, 62 Craig, Wayne, 50, 191 Craighead, Cindy, 37, 167 Cranston, Robert, 62 Crawford, Debra, 50, 167 Crawford, Lisa, 50 Crawford, Mitch, 37, 189 Creasey, Tracy, 50, 1B9, 193 Critcher, Belinda, 50, 189 Crockett, Gary, 16, 164, 195 Crockett, Laura, 37, 176, 183, 194 Crockett, Luella, 50 Cromer, Chris, 62 Cromer, Oliver Mr., 128 Crank, Mark, 16, 33, 79, 167, 191 Crunk, Tricia, 50, 164, 172 Crotts, L ne, 17, 167, 169, 172, 176, Crouch, Clharlie, 17, 33, 79, 164, 167, Crouch, Sandra, 62, 185, 190 Crusader Staff, 174 Cumb, rarnrny, 37 Cumber, Sharon, 37, 130 - D - Dance Club, 171' Dantzler, Martha Ms., 150 Damall, Leanne, 195 Daugherty, Kenneth, 51 Daugherty, Lisa, 61 Davie, Cla ,37 Davis, Cligord, 17 Davis, Dale, 37, 79, 191 Davis, Debbie, 17, 173 Davis, Eddie, 62 Davis, Janee, 51 Davis, Kevin, 62, 194 Davis, Mike, 62 Davis, Sheere, 17, 189 Davis, Traci, 51 Deaton, Annette, 37, 169, 182, 194 DBCA, 1sB DeHart, Brenda, 51, 173, 189 Del-lart, Duane, 61, 185 DeHart, Susan, 17, 169, 183, 194 DeHart, Walter, 37, 189 Delano, Bobby, 61 DeLung, Dwayne, 51, 189 Dempsey, Terri, 61 Dennis, Mike, 51 Dennis, Richard, 51 DeWease, Wanda, 51, 108, 167, 194 Dickerson, Amold, 51 Dillon, Billy, 37, 79 Dillon, David, 51, 185 Dillon, Mark, 51, 85 Divers, Patty, 51, 193 Dixon, Alicla, 51, 195 Dixon, David, 38, 191 Dooley, Cindy, 51, 69, 164, 165, 176, Dooley, Donna, 189 Dooley, Doris, 17, 183 Dorsey, Jeff, 165, 169, 191 Dotson, Iulie, 38, 182, 194 Doyle, Fred, 51, 174 Doyle, Greg, 61 Drama Clu , 176 Dri gs, viola, 51 Dugy, David, 51, 85, 191 Duncan, Debbie, 61, 180 Duncan, Denise, 38, 166, 169 Duncan, Nan , 17, 169, 173, 183 Duncan, Ronm, 38, 191 Dupree, Jerry Mr., 123 - E - Eads, Glen, 183 Eadg: 1Lini, 31158176 ar , , Eamest,aD3,vid, ss, 194 Earp, lames Mr., 120, 121 East, Tommy, 51 Edwards, Brenda, 17, 183 Elliot, Frankie, 63 Ellis, Dwayne, 38, 194 Epling, Janei, 38, 164, 169, 194 Eplinq, Larry, 63 Epper y, Dennis, 63 Bpper ,re ,63, 194 Bsiesfbwayiiiye, 17 Bvans, Cindy, 17, 167 Evans, Debbie, 51, 190 C p Y Fanner, Darrell, 51 Farley, Brett, 52 Farris, Duane, 51, 79, 191 Farris, William, 63, 87 Faw, Mike, 17 FBLA, 183 FCA, 178 Ferguaon, Mike, 63 Fes errnan, lean, 63 Fl'-IR, 192 Fielder, Cathy, 51, 176, 177, 189, 193 Fielder, Eddie, 51, 85, 174, 189, 191 Finn, Jinuny, 33, 190 Finn, Julie, 51, 164, 166, 176, 177 Finnerty, lohn Mr., 143 Firebaugh, Robin, 51 Firebaugh, Sania, 18 Fischer, Becky, 51 Fisher, cynehia, 63 Flannagan, Dennis, 51 Fletcher, Lori, 63 Flinchucn, Becky, 63 185, 187, 191, 194 177, 19 FLL, 195 Fcldell, Mark, 18 Forlines, Elizabeth, 63, 164, 190 Fra1in,Cathy, 52, 189 Fralin, Becky, 39, 169 sralin, Terri, 63 Fralin, Vicki, 19, 176,177 Franoisoo, Ioan, 52 rranoo, Tirn, 38 Franks, Linda, 52 Frazier, Pani, 39, 193 French Club, 179 Fridley, Buddy, 63 - G - Carman, Juanila, 18 Gamer, 19, 193 Garreh, Suzanne, 19, 189 Gai-ren, Teresa, 52 Gearhart, Keish, 52, 104, 190 Genery, Milre, 38, 190 Gibson, David, 52, 95, 190 Gibson, Ronald, 52, 95, 190 Gibson, Ronald, 52, 104, 191 Gibson, Teresa, 52 Gil1ock,Carol,38, 172, 174 Gladden, Kell , 52, 79, 191 Glass, Allan, 19, 104, 167 Glass, Diane, 18 Glass, Tommy, 38 Gordon, Gordon, Graham, Anita, 52, 193 Daphne, 52, 194 Brad, 52, 104, 191 I DEX Hill, L ,53 Hines,aDr3'rriolr, 64 Hines, Kiin, 19 Hodge, Kenneth, 64 Hodges, Bobby, 53 Hodges, Daryl, 53 Hodges, Len y, 53, 181, 194 Hodges, Mike, 61 Holbrook, Barry, 64, 190 Holiday, Todd, 64, 85 Hollami, David, 38 l-louandsworrh, Sharon, 64, 194 Holloway, April, 38 Holshouser, Miirh, 64 Hoffrnan, Jan Ms., 108, 149 Hooker, Brian, 39, 79, 165, 191 Hoporaff, David, 53 Hopleins, Danny, 39, 169, 191 Home, Brian, 53, 79 Hon, Kay, 39, 195 Howard, Wanda, 64, 193 Hubbard, Karhleen, 53 Huff, Pat, 39, 176 Huff, Teresa, 19, 193 Huffrnan, Greg, 39 Huffman, Mary, 64, 180 Huffrnan, Mike, 167 Huffrnan, Nancy, 39, 155 l-luifrnan, Naney, 39, 185 Hu hes, Denise, 53, 164, 176, 195, 190 Hull, Cindy, 64 Lawson, Lee, 66, 195 Layne, David, 79, 168, 191 Lee, David, 66 Lee, Mark, 79, 167, 169, 191 Lefrwioh, Frank, 20, 33, 79, 165, 191 Lefrwioh, John, 79, 166, 167, 191 Lernon, Debbie, 193 Lemon, Risa, 183 Leonard, Tern, 66, 103, 195 Lester, Robert, 104, 191 Letcher, Cynrhia, 193 Lewis, Karen, 116 Lrghr, Roger, 66 Lindamood, Gag, 190 Lineberry, Lee, 0 Link, Darlene, 193 Lln.k,Deruse,183,193 Looleard, Drearna, 49, 176 Louise, Tina, 176, 177 Lovelace, Parry, 190, 190 Lyon, Connie, 189 Lytton, Melinda, 189 Y M - Mabry, Mike, 104 Main, Milse, 66 MaJorehes, 196 Maness, Ton , 169, 194 Marsh, Douglas, 66, B7 Marsh,R1chard, 199 Marshall, Jarnie, 192, 193 Marshall, Jeanene, 183, 194 Marshall, Mary, 20, 32, 189 Meacham, Rhonda, 193 -H- - K Y Mohle Graham, Dale, 63 Graham, Gayle, 189 Graham, Nan ,48,5Z,172, 177, 192, 190 Grant, Elsie, 61 Grant, Wilbur Mr., 151, 195 Graves, Kevin, 63, 87 Graves, Pain, 19, 169, 169, 174, 192 Gray, Jeff, 39, 164 Green, Linda, 18 Gregory, Ellen, 52 Gregory, Lee Anne, 38 Gregory, Mike, 63, 85 Gresham, Janies, 39, 79, 165, 168, 169, 191 Griffen, Beth, 52, 183 Gi-iffen, Debra, 38 Griin, Tini, 199 Grinnell, Felioa, 19, 32, 113, 164, 167, 194 Grinneu, Leithan, 52 Grisso, Debbie, 19, 193 Griaeard, Kath?n, Ms., 127 Gmbb, Susan, 9, 167 Grubb, Susan, 19, 169, 191, 195 Guard, Steve, 52 Gunrer, charles, 52, 85, 191 Guthrie, Brian, 52 Guthrie, Crystal, 52, 180 1-lags, Rhonda, 39, 113, 169, 177 Hagee, Iune, 52 Ha en, Bolling Mr., 150 Hai, Jeff, 52 Hale, Kathy, 39, 177 Hale, Larry! 85 Haley, Me 'nda, 52, 195 Hal1,Beth Ms., 149 Hall, Caleb Mr., 143 Hall, Clarence, 64, 79 Hall, Debra, 63 Hall, G , 64 , Kan, 19, 167 Hurt, Pam, 39 Hurt, Sam, 64 Hyer, laccb Mr., 120, 121, 191 - J Y ICC, 165 Y 1 - Jaolrson, Aaron, 64 jackson, Kerrnerh, 64 Jaolrson, Kevin, 65, 87 Jaelrson, Lynn, 65 Janney, Ioseglir, 65 Jarvis, Ruih s., 127 Jarvis, Tirn, 39, 104, 191 Jeffrey, Milre, 65 Iennings, Manha Ms., 140 Jennrng Pairiole, 65 Jessee, annsy, 65 Jobe, Tirn, 6 ,97 Johnsen, Mel, 199 Johnson, Anna Ms., 123 Johnson, Cathy, 39 Johnson, Diana, 19, 199 Johnson, Donna, 39 Johnson, Doris, 39, 167, 172, 194 Johnson, Gail, 39, 183, 185 Johnson, Janies, 19 ohnsnn, Martha Ms., 125, 172 Marshall, Sherry, 20, 167, 169, 195 Marrin, Brenda, 66 Martin, Cindy Ms., 140 Martin, Debbie, 193 Martin, Michele, 173, 194 Manin, rfarn, 20, 164, 165, 172, 185 Manin, Rae Ms., 140 Martin, Roger Mr,, 140 Martin, Ronnie, 189 Marrin, Teresa, zo, 169, 174, 192 Marlin, Tins, 66, 194 Matthews, Virginia, 66, 183 Matz, Riehard, 193, 199 Mairey, Ann, 164, 169, 172 May, Cindy, 66, 195 May, Fred, 10 May, Tirn, 176, 189 McCarthy, Susarme Ms., 136, 173 McCaule , cheryl, 20, 169, 173, 181 McDaniel Kathy, 66, 190, 190 McGraw, Terry, 66, 185 MoLawhona, Mary, 66, 194 McMahan, David, 85 MoNeil, berry 66 Meaoharn, le f, 20 Meaoharn, Linda, 66, 193 I Johnson, Rickey, 39 Johnson, sharon, 53, 189 Johns Johns on, sonia, 53, 176, 199, 193 ion, Mike, 19, 85 Jones, silly, 19, 33, 191 Jones, Don, 53, 199 Jones, Kevin, 65 Jones, Rhonda, 39, 176 Jones, Tirn, 53 Jones, Tommy, 65 Iordnn, cheri, 65 Jordon, Debbie, 39, 116 Menefee, Dreama Ms., 150, 169 Messer, Bill, 199 Miles, Bobbie, 66 Mius, Barbara, 195 Mills, John, 66 Mills, sara, 164, 172 Mius, vielrie, 20, 33, 113, 167, 169, 194 Miltun, Kim, 108, 169, 172, 182 Milton, Lisa, 66, 195 Minni r, 9oyd, 66 M1tchel1,Terriann,20, 164, 169, 173,174, 195, Mitchem, Angela, 20 Mitcham, Nesta, 66 r, Donnie, 189 Hall Hall, Todd, 64, 87 Hall, wiuiain, 64, 85 Hamilton, Gary, 18 Harnrnalrer, David, 39, 191 Hankins, Leslie, 39, 192, 195 Harlow, Jiin, 38 Hannan, Carolyn, 53, 164, 172, 185 l-lar-nian, Sabrina, 19, 172, 194 Harris, Allan, 64 Harr-is, Debbie, 64 Harris, Linda, 19, 199 Harris, Phillip, 64 Harris, Tina, 64 Harrison, Allen, 79 Harrison, Yarnes, 64 Harrison, Linda Ms., 131 Hartber er, Jeff, 53 Harth, Igann , 19, 167, 189 Hartman, 155 183 Hartman, Catherine, 54 Hartman, Clyde, 189 Hartman Hatcher, , Sherry, 38 ninrna Ms., 136 Hatcher, wendy, 57 Havens, Jeanne, 39, 199 Hawks, Doug, 64 Hawlw, Mary, 53 Hawlw, Robert, 64 Hayslen, carl, 19 Barbara, 19, 189 Hedrick, Helm, Charlotte, 53, 195 Helm ohn 53 . I , Helton, Chris, 64 Helton, Ellen, 19, 164, 168, 173 Heppen, Theresa, 64 Her-ingron, Clifeon, 64 Heslep, Penny, 53, 194 Hibbins, Jenny, 19, 165, 169, 172, 174, 179 Kagey, Carol, 19, 107, 165, 169, 185 Kagey, Cheryl, 53, 173, 174, 190 Kane, Diane, 19, 193 Kane, Donna, 53 Kanode, Roy, 194 Kelley, Janes, 19, 165, 169, 195 Kelley, Joe, 65, 79 Kelley, Tony, 65 Kernp, Terry, 53 Keenan, Bonnie Ms., 193 Kesling, Jiininy, 53 Kessel, Jeannie, 19, 164 Keslner, Darlene, 165, 190, 191, 193 Kestner, Lawrence, 65, 180 Kestner, Sheila, 19, 165, 176, 180, 182, 183, 193 Key Club, 191 Keyelles, 172 Killinger, Bates Mr., 120, 121 Einoaid, Thomas, 53 in ,Ba , 65 King, Derlllie, 65 King, Kaihy, 19, 169 King, Rose, 19 Kingrea, Rodney, 65 Kinser, Mary Ms., 129 Kirby, David, 65, 190 Kirk, Elsa, 53 Kirk, Kim, 53, 176, 177, 180 Kins, Mark, 65 Klulrsdahl, Brent, 87 Kucer, Torn Mr., 167 - L - Lace , Sharon, 115, 164 Lanazen, Linda, 193 LaPrad, Jeff, 104 Lasoher, Cindy, 53 Latin Club, 194 Law, Nannene, 173 Monogram Club 167 Monrgornery, Connie, 66, 164 Montgomery, David, 66 Montgomery, Tirnniy, 66 Mooney, Stacey, 199 Moore, chuolrie, 20, 167 Moore, Mark, 85 Moran, Linda, 20, 164, 169 Hibbins, Rayrnond, 53 Hiolrs, Marvin, 64 Hicks, Regina Ms., 125 l-lielrs, Tirn, 38 Hielrson, Kimberly, 64, 193 Hiu, Anita, 53, 195 Hill, Carol, 53 Lawhom, Rudney, 20 Lawrence, Donald, 189 Lawrenoe, leffre , 79 Lawrenee, Tim 1199 Lawrence , Y r Lawson, Kathy, 108, 167, 169, Ton a 193 172, 182, Moran, Melinda, 20, 169, 172, 173 Morris, laany, 21, 185 Mounleasrle, seeve, 79, 193 Mountcastle, Tonirnoy, 85 Mowbray, Susan, 1 9, 172, 194 Mowles, Io Ann, 66, 164, 180 Mcwles, Wa e, 21, 191 Mullins, Mama, 66 Mullins, Milre, 21, 32, 173 Mullins, Tina, 177 Muncy, Donna, 21 Musgrave, Bill, 66, S7 Musselrnan, Diane, 189 Musselman, Stacey, 66 Myers, Richard Mr., 143 , N Y Nanir, rfenni, 21, 33, 113, 164, 195 Nelson, Kevin, 189 Nelson, Terri, 66, 193 Ness, Marlys, 109, 167, 194 Ness, Milre, 66, 87 Newton, soon, 67 NHS, 169 Nichols, Dee Ms., 129 Nixon, David, 21, 32, 164, 165, 157, 169, Nixon, Denise, 21, 109, 167, 195 Noble, Barbara Ms., 143, 150 Noeu, Keith, 21, 32, 79, 167, 191 185 Nowlin, Ioann, 21, 164, 167, 169, 172, 185, 194 Novvlin, Melvin, 79, 169, 191 - 0 C Oakes, Mike, 67 Obenchain, Greg, 95 obenehain, Richard, 67, 87 o'connell, 9ill, 67, S7 Index 227 VanDerwerker, Dall, 70 Ogden, Kate, 67, 174, 190, 194 Ottevaere, Leslie Ms., 128, 172 Overstreet, Brenda, 180, 193 Owen, Carol, 21, 32, 105, 165, 169, 172 Owen, Iudy, 115, 164, 165, 172, 176, 177 Owen, Steve, 67 Owens, Glenda, 21, 164, 165, 166, 169, 1 -p- Painter, Donna, 67, 164, 177, 190, 194 Palmer, Martha, 195 Park, Steven, 185 Parker, Beth, 67, 193 Parker, Donna, 67 Parker, liin, 56 Parker, Susan, 56, 195 Parks, Kenny, 21, 189 Parks, Ronnie, 67 Pan-,1en'y, 21, 180, 194 Parr, Tony, 21 Pendleton, Kathy, 193 Pendleton, Pam, 67, 177 Pep Club, 170 Perdie, Ricky, 56 Perdue, Ioyce, 56, 193 Perdue, Kim, 56, 195 Peregoy, Randy, 56 Persons, Vanessa, 11 Peters, Sherry, 34, 113, 167, 195 Petersen, David, Mr., 155 Peterson, Glenn, 21, 189 Petnis, lane, 56, 190, 194 Peverau, Vickie, 67 Phelps, Dennis, 42 Phelps, Lisa, 56 Phelps, Nancy, 56 Phillips, lrvin, 67 Phillips, Rollie, 42, 189 Phle ar, laeverl ,67, 185 Pickg, Mike, 41, 79, 191 Pinnix, She ,42 Pitts, Richaiiy Mr., 120, 121 Poe, Ginny, 67 Poff, Gregg, 56 W,185,187 Poff, Lisa, 22, 31, 166, 169, 172, 135, 187, 195 Poff, Mike, 56, 189, 194 Poff, Teresa, 42 Pope, Larry, 22, 169, 190 Potts, David, 56, 185 Powell, Mike, 22 Powell, Pain, 42, 159, 193 Powers, David, 22, 167 Powers, Nora, 56 Pratt, Sharon, 56, 164 Preinin er, Susan Ms., 131 Price, Cqmrlie, 56 Price, Ginger, 67 Price, Lisa, 42, 108, 169, 194 Price, Nancy, 22 Price, Robert, 22 Prise, sheere, 42 Prise, Terry, 42 Pi-ire, Tracy, 67 Priee, Troy, 67 Price, Vonda, 22, 189 Prime, Jerry, 56 Prirne, Steve, 67 Propst, Tarnrny, 42, 166, 169, 185, 194 Pruitt, Freda, 42, 169, 183 Pruitt, Janie, 42, 166, 172 Pneken, Cheryl, 67, 193 Puckett, Ted, 56, 189 Puckett, Teresa, 56, 193 Pugh, Sharon, 22, 33, 165, 177, 185, 187 -QL Qnesenberry, Angie, 67, 106, 185, 195 -R- Raeel, Lori, 68 Raoel, Mare, 42 Rae, laekie, 56 Rae, Lori, 161 Rakes, Kevin, 56, 167, 191 Ratliff, Dean, 68 Ratliff, Donna, 22, 165, 169, 173 Ray, sharon, 68 Red cross Yooth, 173 Redd, Dianne, 56, 189 Redd, Evadora, 189 Redfield, Donna, 56, 180 Reed, Kathy, 42, 183 Reese, Marvin, 68 Reese, sandy, 87 Reustle, David, 56 Reynolds, Donna, 42, 169, 185, 195 Reynolds, Fage, 56, 173 Reynolds, Ie , 68, 87 Reynolds, Tonya, 68, 194 Rhodes, Barry, 56, 79, 189 Rhodes, cin y, 56 Rhodes, liininy, 42 Richardson, Roger, 56, 189 Rieldnan, Melissa, 56, 183, 193 Riggin, Lena, 22 Riggan, Todd, 68 Riqneliny, Anthony, 58 Ritter, A yson, 69, 164, 176 Roark, Annette, 68 Roberrs, Cheryl, 42 Robertson, Robinette, Robinette, Robinson, Robinson , G , 68 13111322 167 Tirnrny, 57, 189 Cindy, 164, 165, 166 Larry, 56, 189 Robison, Nancy Ms., 136, 168 Rook, Audrey, 57 Rogers, Kim, 22 Roop, Lee, 66, 87 228 Index DEX Roop, Mike, 68 Ross, Angelia, 22, 106, 164, 165, Roy, larnesl, 66, 165 Rucker, Rucker, Rushing, Elizabeth. 57, 172. Danny, 68 H.L., 42 Russell, lose h, 22 Russell, Keith, 68 Rutrough, George, 42 156, 167, 168, 169 185, 195 -5, SAE, 182 Salyers, Carolyn, 68 sanirnons, Parn, 57 sainpangf Paol, 23, 65, 191 Sample, ornrny, 79 Sarrrjle, Tony, 69, 85 5a ers, jimmy, 69 Sanphasiri, Somchai, 68, 87 Sarver, Cookie, 23 Saul, Larry, 57, 189 Saul, Rosemary, 57, 176, 181 Saunders, Dwayne, 69 sawyer, Melany, 57 SCA, 161 Science Club, 190 SCDM, Donna, 69, 177, 180 Scott, Pam, 23, 165, 169, 173 Scott, Pete, 43 Sebra, Mary, 23 Shank, Johnnie, 69 Shelor, Lisa, 23, 32, shelton, Kenny, 57 Shepard, Betty, 43, 194 shepard, Karen, 69 shepherd, leny, 57 Sheppard, Connie, 189 She ard, la ,189 Shiglpette, Shldlly, 57, 190 shoekiey, Mark, 189 shorter, Iames, 57 Shropshire, Robin, 69 shngart, Pain, 176 Sifets, joey, 69, 87 siford, Ter?-y, 43, 116 siinrnons, ain,195 Simmons, Theadu, Z3 siinrns, Kevin, 43, 169, 189 siins, Brian, 59 Sink, Carolyn, 23, 167, 169 si ,Daniel, 57 Skrglion. Perry, 23, 167 Slate, wanda, 69 Slaydon, Tony, 43 Sledd, Manrieia, 34, 43, 172 Sloan, Lisa, 57, 165 slone, Rgina, 57 Slusher, onald, 69 slasher, Larry, 23, 167 ssniley, lohn, 57, 194 sinirh, Alan, 57 Smith, Chuck, 43, 190 Smith, Cindy, 69, 160 Smith, David, 57, 189 Smith, Delaine, 43, 169, 185, 194 Smith, Ginny, 183 Smith, L , 69 Smith, Magi, 69 Smith, Mike, 69 srnith, osear, 43, 191 Smith, Randy, 69, 87 Smith, sandra, 57, 185, 190, 195 smith, Timmy, 43 Smith, Tony, 57 Smith, Vickie, 43 Smith, Virgirna, 43 Snead, Mark, 164 soDA, 163 Charlene, 69, 115, 164, 165 Sowder, Sewers, Albert, 79 Spangler, Robin, 43, 163 Spence, Spraker, Randy, 57, 79 Audrey, 69, 180, 193 Spraker, Chris, Z3 Spraker, spraker, Kelly, 57, 176, 177 Tracie, 57, 164 Sprouse, Debbie, 69 spronee, Iulie, 56, 115, 172, 177, Sprouse, Mike, 23, 167, 191 Stanley, Sharon, 48, 57, 177 stanton, Cheryl, 57 Stanton, stargeu, Gloria, 43 Larry, 173, 189 Staton, Kimball, 69, 87 Stewart, Paul, 57, 180 stiff, Cathy, 43, 183, 195 stoeki, 14n,43, 189 Stone, Paola, 23, 176 strarron, Andy, 43, 104 stninp, Auan, 69 Stump, Karen, 43 snrnip, Teresa, 57, 174 Summer, Robert, 57 Stuphin, Lori, 57, 169, 194 Stuphin, Vicki, 69 Swain, David, 69, 87 sweeney, Teresa, 23, 169 - 1- - Tatum, Wanda, 57, 181, 183 Taylor, Andy, 69 Taylor, Belinda, 57, 189 Taylor, Ronnie, 56, 189 Teny, Karen, 58 Thistle Staff, 166 Thomas, Thomas Annette, 70, 180 C stal 70 Thornasf Ielgre ,'23 Thomas, loe, 70 113, 164, 167 , 169 182, 194 Thornas, sherry, 10s, 167, 169, 194 Thomas, soe, 0 '1'hm'na5,Twilla, 169, 181 Thomas, vieki, 24, 108, 165, 169, 172, 194 Thompson, Donnie, 56, 191, 194 Threet, Cindy, 183 Thurman, Dixie, 163 Thnrinandlanet, 70, 183 '1'ingler,E ie, 116, 164, 165, 176 Ttrslgler, Teri, 24, 33, 113, 172 T d, Donna, 56, 174, 169 Toler, Robin, 58 Tompkins, Roland, 24, 189 Tornpkins, Rose, 165,169, 172, 195 Toi-renee, Howard, 169 Tnnnoower, David Mr., 136 Tnnnbower, Nancy, 24, 169, 185 Tnekwiller, Chrisgy, 70, 180, 193 Tnekwiller, sarn, s, 180, 189 Tin-ner, Brenda, 70 Twigg, Franklin, 70 Tyler, Suzanne, 177 - U - Underwood, Rhonda, 58 M V - VanVal.kenburEi Robin, 24, 166, 185, 194 Varln, Jeanne s., 135 Vamey, Sandyf 58, 164, 172, 195 Vaughan, Da gren, 24, 165, 169, 190 Vaught, Edna, 0 Vau ht, Teresa, 70 Vecslio, Cathy, 70, 176, 177, 194 Vest, Rhonda, 58 Viar, Mike, 58, 104, 191 Viars, Ted, 71, 85 Viers, Pierce, 58, 79, 191 7 W - Wade, Debbie, 183 Wade, Linda, 55, 193 Waldronid, Pat, 24, 167, 176, 177, 194 Walowac, Lisa, 58, 164, 172 Walters, James, 189 Walters, Kenneth, 71 Walton, Mike, Z4 Ward, Charles Mr., 132 ward, Daryl, 71, B5 Ward, Keith, 71 Ward, William B., 24 Wassi Allan, 190 wass, Cindy, 71 Wassum, Vanessa, 116, 180 Watkins, Leslie MS., 145, 190 Watkins, Lisa, 58 watson, Ieffrie, 58 Webber, Kun, 24, 32, 191 Webster, Linda, 24, 164, 169, 181, 183, 194 Weddle, Mike, 169 Welford, Mack Dr., 136, 143 WellS, Bill, 166, 191 weus, Melissa, 71 Wheeler, Debbie, 24, 183 Wheeler, NanCy, 24, 169, 173 White, Denise, 193 White, Diane, 24, 189 White, Rhonda, 24, 183 White, Roger, 169 Whitt, Kevin, 14, 32, 167, 169, 191 Whittaker, Bill Mr., 141, 189 Wilcher, Beatrice, 183, 195 Wilcher, laekie, 71 Williams, Becky, 169, 194 Williams, Dary, 71 Williams, Diana, 164, 169 Williams, Alvin, 71 Williams, Jeff, 71 Williams, Mark, 71, 87 Williams, Mary, 72 Williams, Mike, 72 Williams, Randy, 72 Williams, Rowena, 58 williarns, Wayne, 58 Willis, Darlene, 24 Willis, Mike D., 58 Willis, Michael Mr., 141, 189 Wills, Bobby, 71 Wilson, Marilyn, 176, 183, 193 Wirl, Sheila, 108 Wirt, Teresa, 24, 116, 176 win, Tony, 5s Witt, Laurie, 72 Womeldorf, Sandy, 58, 181, 190, 194 Wood, Daryl, 72 wood, Lan'y, 87 Wood, Lisa, 72 Wood, Melody, 72, 194 Woods, Monica, 58 Woods, Robin, 72, 180, 193 Woodson, Cindy, 160 Woodson, Kathryn, 24, 164, 165, 166, 159, 185 Woodson, Lisa, 2 Wooldridge, Sandra, 72, 183 Wygal, El en, 72 Wygal, vieki, 72, 174 - y D Yates, Rnih Ms., 132 Youn , B , 104, 191 Yiihas Miaxiiiyy Mr., 136


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