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:»V ' ' • : N s T8 Haysi Public Library Haysi, Virginia Donated by THE WALLACE FAMILY HAYSI PUBLIC LIBRARY HAYSI, VIRGINIA I q j J •. I t a ‘ i J ? «5tfT- THE THUNDERBOLT 1962 PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF HAYSI HIGH SCHOOL HAYSI, VIRGINIA HAYSI PU8UQ LIBRARY HAYSI, VIRGINIA FOREWORD As this school year comes to an end, another class has graduated. But will the high school days be forgotten? The Annual Staff of 1961-62 presents this edition of The Thunderbolt in order to pre¬ serve the happy and warm memories of the carefree, though busy, hours we have spent at H.H.S. We hope that each and every one enjoys this book. May each glance at the classmates, friends, and teachers remind you of moments you wish to remember. TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD DEDICATION PRINCIPAL ' S MESSAGE FACULTY MISS. SENIOR MR. SENIOR SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN GRADES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS ADVERTISEMENTS ANNUAL STAFF Dan Tiller, Sponsor Co-Editors: Linda Wright Rita Wright Artist: Margaret Lyons Sports: Larry Alderson Typist: Joyce Taylor Business Manager: Charlotte Counts DEDICATION To our helpful and understanding teacher and coach, who has ren¬ dered every service possible to uphold the spirit of Haysi High School; to one who has worked without ceasing, for our ed¬ ucational improvement; to one who encouraged and guided us in all our undertakings; who has taught us willingly, faithfully, and with fullest capacity, we, the Senior Class of 1962, proudly ded¬ icate this edition of " THE THUNDER¬ BOLT " to our very own-- Mr. Norman Mullins iliiiiiillii (Find Russia jgh understi s ways,” jm who o his ilk h ; to GrnV»i does not believe K|j yll ever go tS; other if the . k: ■ H ' utual problef® ‘ ' V n.i V( 11 liked® acrepied ■ Si lie United SB Buis fellow stucB I M mu erinl I ' aMiihi ' -pjr history claa iHtifiid; ' ' JF ' i lr ' ' y adal to th» Amcri ' Ore he tr iVtussi; ffMii ’tltldfifs Thurso ' rary the edul feel thatl lax. Russian si Constantly be on thJ X ed, while the eduq ■depends more on In of the personal! ■il ambition of each i f he adds. ssigned to give twoj kite speeches on ‘ FJ l Mrs. Virgel Do■ ft sp. - ch class, nn ■ nn . ® Although system L s ehairm dau lee ftat present, L typtPK of scmd It he strength A ■lities r ■yst mV I the en lo led tne fviduals a i t. . iginal ideas he results a g, as manyj l some I 8 ■ - - cts the group elude: datina I reek mylkl nal effect B l ts claix Imus bi| luring it I some d ferent top y as " a pi l(T he first Ifent’s bit ■ •: ••• ' , j 11 rests 1 lent by I lor Lindl comic inatidM p studen • ;‘t j!a va,fiv ADMINISTRATION ll-Jife , . ' mIrj ■ ■ j .j : lo % .4.1, i l , : V 1 • :.!} B iis ccnnttlti iee Wint ,1:; !I i $$l!$ s - r ’?■ %■ t ' :. 1 1 1 Seho JB 1 NaiuH I ■■ B . -f ' • j f ; -rj :1 ■ ; -y- |f t e 1 ■ :a ■■ t ••f, [ifitsV • .o ' Jttiii ' iL ' , i A : u.fat-rtt ■: • , M: ! l! ■ s iKMiiMdv !. uisi - -HO! 1 1 inMIi tli It rfnt; -tit- ?42- tits 1 " wIP |Hji Pi fill II il ' It 4 - ' : ; ? lit i f f f J ii i . ■ r SSfr s ' rt ' iblava 51 . □ JfinBH PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Seniors: The time for your departure from this school is near, and I am happy to state that working with you throughout your stay in high school has been very pleasant and enjoyable. I sincerely hope the know¬ ledge acquired while here will add materially to your welfare in the near future. To many of you, this in only the beginning of your formal education, and I do hope your quest for higher learning is fruitful. To the others, who will take a job and find a place in society, just re¬ member--any reasonable goal is within your reach if you are willing to put forth the effort. Sincerely, C.C. Short, Principal FACULTY ... v-- •:. »! • Tiii- {pdrtm •tUfr ' Nt •.aAsHJ Ultf! I tf. r that thi? lan books. cnBcunturriotl pits, soldjcrH pmci in§nWfT»i..(, i» P iences the reader pierices Hk ; ffcs. Party in B . titamatie styl J f vmv. " Storm’ H Mook—the storm w wassions, of natunm Jos modern historvl ■rtli a new world fl ms filled with scenes 4 w-ttable impact: the Imps in the ice am " siar rko V general Itn.l at history, mat hi Lt .ptceh, and i ■ with Mr. Ben ey as speaker, inly, chemist rd ■d that the foil i ■. ' ll. ' Aw ar K David JmBm M 1 ' : A 1 L i i ( ,• ■ • X j LJoyd Beaston, president Gayle La G ra resident o nlroduced who n pre ’oimeil ofi MARY CAIN Commercial E. Tennessee State CLAYTON COLLEY Science Business English V.P.I. JACK COLLEY Science Tennessee Wesleyan B. S. LYMAN COUNTS Mathematics E. Tennessee State C.V.C. ETHEL DAVIS English Johnson Bible College Radford B.S. BETTY B. DEEL Biology Geography E. Tennessee State B.S. LEE DEEL Guidance Math Physics T.P.I. B.S. HOMER DEEL English Lees -McRae Emory Henry ROY DEEL Math Emory Henry B. S. JOYCE HARRISON Physical Education Health Radford University of Va. R. C. HAY U. S. History American Government E. Tennessee State B.S. M.A. LORETTA MATHERLY Typing E. Tennessee State ERDMAN MULLINS Agriculture V.P. I. B.S. M.S. NORMAN MULLINS Physical Education Civics American Government L.M.U. B.S. EMMA O ' QUINN English French Radford B.S. MAYNARD OWENS World History World Geography Civics University of Tenn. B.S. EULA PHILLIPS Guidance English Speech and Drama L.M.U. B.S. KATY JO POWERS Home Economics Madison College University of Va. V.P.I. B.S. LEONARD POWERS Math Chemistry C.V.C. Emory and Henry E. Tennessee State B.S. TOMMY STREET Assistant Principal History 8 Hiwassee A.A. E. Tennessee State B.S. DAN TILLER Journalism English E. Tennessee State Emory Henry B.A. REBECCA WALLACE Home Economics Radford V.P.I. B.S. CORINE WARD Librarian E. Tennessee State Radford B.S. REGGIE WARD Physical Education History E. Tennessee State B.S. VIOLET TARWATER History English Radford B.S. BONNIE OWENS Elementary Principal Radford University of Va. GRANVILLE OWENS 7th Grade Hiwassee E. Tennessee State University of Va. B.S. ARTHUR COUNTS 7th Grade Hiwassee E. Tennessee State Emory Henry Clinch Valley BILLIE CRUM 6th Grade E. Tennessee State B.S. EMMA ARRINGTON 7th Grade Hiwassee Radford ZOOLA RICHARDSON 6th Grade Madison B.S. JUANITA POWERS 6th Grade L.M.U. ORBA RUSH 2nd Grade University of Va. Clinch Valley MAE SUTHERLAND 1st Grade Hiwassee University of Va. ETHEL PUCKETT 5th Grade Radford B.S. CHARLES CARPENTER Band Director Mansville Teachers College HOWARD HARRISON 5th Grade Clinch Valley Concord B.S. ELIZA DYE 5th Grade Radford B.S. BONNIE BALL 4th Grade Radford University of Va. RUBY ANDERSON 3rd Grade University of Va. Madison i?»r : • • } || . ihB|?i vs;;? ; Y-Y ' -Y ! - fi iijt iiifl?- - th4 ' Vuix i nisy iv;.! •; s 1f , KlNI ■ i S ometry, a foreiS «md irgnjETori f Ad ' SaiircdJ En; ! world lhkvVv, b l i a over tbr progrdm, V (gfobert Q Bnscoe, prjW Boaref of Educatioir Sm before was be; fueen Sits at Head Tabf if e rotir ing queen,. BaJ her attenS J ed al the head taCTIw I tesigned by Miss plaques featured clean life, theme tJ ' J ' -K Jn d escMFled Carla knelt :i the crown Barbara. were th jro ers. drawn by BarbanN )n the banquet tables cjuets of flowers along te and silver tapers and : 1| w of the United States. I j§ ; of the Board of Educi [| 1 wives, school officials if ;r guests were seated d i. ter table. j Sophomores Serve I erved by the sophomorJ the direction of Miss I pirick, tiic meal consist luted pineapple cocktail nr key, sage dressing, IT •tir, whipped potatoes, hfl 1 ’a rker.. ,M || t f l raw SENIORS : : ' i i , jpiij ♦; ! I,a. ' ISftflf • • ' .. . liy ' .’ } I fir. gi or atl •edj Englil .Ju v. bus! and busine mat It arts, and gy] ie elective subi _ymore sj, c T Tyro ' Pvard Tudv Line, %id Bob! iors, have bi%i a scholarships Ward, w ho minster College receive a $285 i tuition for his fre ranks in the upp of the senior clas A Curators’ Set $170 toward tuitic was awarded Bil plans to attend School of Mine Judy received to Linden wood G Kiri lr : ' T - • , t - :.. f .if i ffttf--. ' . ■ %•, 1 ” , i ' ,• ' •’ • • ' • ‘...ihhntra -c. ?» ’ lie ' % ' • ' 1 ll iVY • ' j . • t -t - • ' » •♦ . ‘ « - » . ‘ ' — : « " - 1 t T 5» ' . ' - r , ' j;Y.k f » - • ■, .rdir • ' t . , ' t i ' ai.lyi i - i ?. . i •(liHfiit t v YiUU Y; j, 2 ?: .Y rl jff. r •-Uff ' y • • i ■ ; . ;Ys If i ' 111 : uiw 1 i’iJJSjj . HL.Lt!;? ' ;iU j ■ J-tli .r i; 1 Y»Yl - f t {gf j‘|, i] ifeli mm i Uj ? MISS SENIOR JOYCE TAYLOR MR. SENIOR GRABERN BARTON WADE BARTLEY S.C.A. 1; Science Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; N.H.S. 1; Class President 4. TEDDY BAILEY Science Club 3,4; Folk Dancing 3,4, Treasurer 4; Key Club 3, 4; K.V.G. 4; Band 1,2; Drama 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Class Vice- President 4. TERRV HAY F.FLA. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1; 4-H 1; Pep Club 4; Class Secretary 4. LINDA WRIGHT F.H.A. 1; N.H.S. 2,3; S.C.A. 3; Art Club 2,3, Secretary and Treasurer 3, President 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4, Editor 4; Pep Club 4. TONY JONES Monogram 2,3, Treasurer 4; Key Club 3,4, President; S.C.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Football 2,3,4, Co. Capt.; Base¬ ball 2,3,4; Pep Club 4. MARGARET LYONS Art Club 2,3,4, Vice-President; Pep Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4. IhhHHHI EVELYN DOTSON GLENNIE BARTON JUDY WILLIS Bible Club 4; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. F.H.A. 1; Drama Club 3; Senior 3. Play 3; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4. RODRICK SUTHERLAND Folk Dancing Club 3,4; K.V.G. 3,4; Art Club 4; Pep Club 4; F.F.A. 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Tumbling 1; Science Club 2. LOUISE MULLINS Pep Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Folk Dancing 4; Science Club 2; F.H.A. 1; 4-H 1; Basketball 2. BRUCE EDWARDS Folk Dancing 4, President 4; Science Club 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Monogram 2,3,4. LARRY ALDERSON S.C.A. 2,3, Treasurer 2; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4, President 2, 3; K.V.G. 2; Drama Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Football 2,3,4, Co-Captain 2, 3,4; Basketball 2,4; Baseball 2,3,4. RITA JO WRIGHT Cheerleader 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Band 1,2; S.C.A. 1; Monogram 2,3,4; Pep Club 4, Vice-Presi¬ dent; F.H.A. 2,3; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. JACK MITCHEM Basketball 2,3; Football 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; K.V.G. 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Monogram 2,3,4. GAIL VIERS F.H.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4; Cheer¬ leader 2,3,4; Band 1,2; Mono¬ gram 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 4, Presi- dent; Pep Club 4. SUSIE TAYLOR G.A.A. 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Monogram 3,4; Band 1,2, Majorette 1,2; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Reporter; 4-H 1. JUDY VIERS F. H.A. 1,2,3; Monogram 3,4; G. A.A. 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4; Pep Club 4; Basketball 2; Band 1; 4-H 1. GRABERN BARTON Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Football 3,4; S.C.A. 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; K.V.G. 3; Drama 4; Track 3,4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Key Club 4, JOYCE TAYLOR F.H.A. 1,2,3; S.C.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,4; 4-H 2; Monogram 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Cheerleader 2, 3,4; Paper Staff 4; Pep Club 4; Annual Staff 4. CHARLOTTE COUNTS 4-H 1,2,3; F.H.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Point Recorder; Class Treasurer 1; Monogram 3,4; Band 1; Annual Staff 4, Busi¬ ness Mgr.; Pep Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Tr.i-Hi-Y 2,4; Cheer¬ leader 3,4; F.H.A. Songleader BETTY ANDERSON Pep Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Vice-President 3; G.A.A. 2,3, 4, Reporter 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; N.H.S. 2,3,4, Secretary 3; S.C.A. 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Basket¬ ball 2. JIMMY CABE Monogram Club 3,4; Pep Club 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 3. JOAN FULLER F.H.A. 1, Historian; Basketball 2; Pep Club 4; Archery 1,2,3; Monogram 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Reporter 4; Paper Staff 3; Annual Staff 3; S.C.A. 1,3,4, Secretary 4; N.H.S. 2,3,4, President 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3, 4. BETTY R. CARPENTER FRANCIS DEEL G.A.A. 4, Reporter; Band 3; F.H.A. 2,3; Drama 4. Majorette; Science Club 4, Secretary; Tri-Hi-Y 4. CAROLYN OWENS F.H.A. 1. GARNELL GILBERT Safety Patrol 1,2,3. WAYNE GILBERT CURTIS EDWARDS S.C.A. 1; Glee Club 3; K.V.G. Tumbling 2; F.F.A. 2,3; K.V.G. 4; Monogram 4. 4. ROSS ARENA Monogram Club 3,4, President 4; Art Club 4; Pep Club 4; Football 3,4. BRENDA MULLINS 4-H 1; G.A.A. 2; Science Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; S.C.A. 3; Bible Club 4, Chaplain; Drama 4, Secretary; Band 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Senior Play 4. ROBERT RICE Monogram Club 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 3,4. LILLIAN STANLEY 4-H 1; F.H.A. 1,3,4; Art Club 2; Pep Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. EARL FIELDS FAY HAY Pep Club 4; F.H.A. 4. DOUG FULLER F.F.A. 1; Monagram 2; Basket¬ ball 3,4. SHIRLEY FULLER F.H.A. 1,2,3; Art Club 4; 4-H 1. JIM EDWARDS Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Monagram 2,3,4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. LUCILLE FULLER 4- H 1; F. H. A. 1,2; Art Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. ROGER FULLER MARGARET SUTHERLAND Pep Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H 1; Basketball 1,2. JANICE THOMAS F.H.A. 1; Art Club 3,4; Sci¬ ence Club 4; Pep Club 4; 4-H 1; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. VAYARD HARRISON F.F.A. 1,2; Safety Patrol 2,3, 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Treasurer. GLORIA ROBINSON S.C.A. 1; G.A.A. 4; Science Club 2; Pep Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Drama Club 4; Folk Dancing 3; Annual Staff 4; Band 3; Senior Play 4. JERRY E. OWENS 4-H Club 1; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 3; K.V.G. 4; Bible Club 4; Senior Play 4; Football 2; Basketball 2; Baseball 2. MARY ROSE G.A.A. 2,3,4; Science Club 2, 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 4; Art Club 4; 4-H Club 1,2,4; Glee Club 2,3; Drama 4; Senior Play 4. JACKIE MULLINS Glee Club 3; Band 2,3,4; Folk Dancing 3,4; Art Club 4; Sci¬ ence Club 3; Senior Play 4; Drama 4. FRED YATES K.V.G. 3,4. CARL VITATOE K.V.G. 4. HAROLD DUTY K.V.G. 3,4; Folk Dancing 3. FERN DUTY Bible Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 1; Folk Dancing Club 4. LAMONA RASNICK F.H.A. 1,2; Folk Dancing 2,3; 4-H 1. MONA HACKNEY F.H.A. 1; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Sci¬ ence Club 3; Art Club 4. I JANNIE HILL 4-H Club 1; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 2,3. FRANKLIN MULLINS Art Club 3; K.V.G. 2,3,4; Drama Club 4; Science Club 3; Folk Dancing 4; Baseball 2,3, 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Tumbling 3. BOBBY FLEMING Basketball 3; K.V.G. 4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4; Key Club 2,3,4. ANITA KISER F.H.A. 1; Art Club 4, Reporter; Science Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Drama Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4. DOROTHY HILL F.H.A. 1; S.C.A. 4. KAY TAYLOR F. H.A. 1,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary and Treasurer 4; G. A.A. 3; Drama Club 2; Folk Dancing 3; Art Club 4, Secre¬ tary. JUIIETTE DEEL 4-H Club 1; F.H.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 3,4; Folk Dancing 4. LORETTA YATES 4-H 1; F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 4; Folk Dancing 4. CONRAD ANDERSON Glee Club 3; Tumbling Team 2 . ROGER ANDERSON F.F.A. 1; K.V.G. 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Football 4; Mgr. 3; Art Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. RAYMOND BARTON F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; K.V.G. 4; Safety Patrol 3,4. ROY BRANHAM Folk Dancing 3,4; Football Mgr. 2,3; K.V.G. 3,4, Mono gram 3; Safety Patrol 2,3,4. CARLIE GENE MULLINS Safety Patrol 1,2,3,4, Captain 3,4; K.V.G. 4. JANET POWERS F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Art Club 4; Pep Club 4, JERRY M. OWENS LOIS OWENS F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 4; Band 1; Folk Dancing 3; 4-H 2; Bible Club 4. LORRAINE MULLINS 4-H 2; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 1; Folk Dancing 1. RICHARD OWENS JACK B. COLLEY F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; K.V.G. 2,3. JUDY DEEL F.H.A. 1,2,3; Folk Dancing Club 4; Drama Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Football Cheerleader 3,4. GORDON DEEL F.F.A. 1,2; Safety Patrol 1,2, 3,4, Lieut. 4. WAYNE OWENS F.H.A. 1,2, Treasurer 2; Class Vice-President 2. ELSIE OWENS Band 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,3. CLINE GILBERT Science Club 4; Safety Patrol 4. BETTY SILCOX F.H.A. 1,2,3, Reporter 3; 4-H 1; G.A.A. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Folk Dancing 3; Pep Club 4. SHIRLEY SILCOX F.H.A. 1,2,3; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 4; Folk Dancing 3, 4-H 1, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Art Club 2. ARCHIE SLUSS Key Club 4; S.C.A.- 4; Science Club 4, President; 4-H 1,2; Bus Patrol 1,2,3. LINDA GREENE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 4-H 2,3; Pep Club 4. CORNEAL DEEL 4-H 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 4. KEMPER PASNAKE F.F.A. 1; Science Club 4. i ; : JIM SUTHERLAND K.V.G. 4; 4-H 1,2; Art Club 4; Band 1; Folk Dancing Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. MADGE ROSE Pep Club 4; F.H.A. 1; 4-H Club 1. JERRY DEEL Drama Club 4; Band 2,3, Captain. DEANNA PAYNE 4-H Club 1; F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 3; Folk Dancing Club 3. ROGER MULLINS ALICE MURPHY F.H.A. Club 1; 4-H Club 1. RONNIE SALYERS CLELL TILLER KATY FRAZIER K.V.G. 3,4. 4-H 1,2; Glee Club 3; Science Club 3,4; Drama Club 4; Bible Club 4; Art Club 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Senior Play 4. RONALD COMTPON ROXIE FULLER JERRY W. OWENS 4-H 2,3; Key Club 1,2,3,4, Folk Dancing 3; Paper Staff 4; Secretary 4; Science Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4. Folk Dancing 3,4; Drama 4; Senior Play 4; Band 2,3,4, Lieut. 4; Glee Club 2,3; K.V.G. 4; Art Club 4; Archery 3. CARL RAY MULLINS K.V.G. 4; Safety Patrol 3. KATY YATES F. H.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4; G. A.A. 3; S.C.A. 4. ROY LEE OWENS 4-H 2; Band 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Drama 4; Folk Dancing 3,4; Science Club 3; Art Club 4; K.V.G. 4; Safety Patrol 1,2,3, 4; Archery Club 3. THOxMAS OWENS Folk Dancing 3,4, Treasurer 3; Safety Patrol 1,2,3; K.V.G. 2, 3,4; F.F.A. 1; Football 2,3. SENIOR BEST SPEAKERS BRENDA MULLINS GRABERN BARTON MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED LINDA WRIGHT TONY JONES MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED JUDY VIERS JIM EDWARDS BEST DRESSED RITA WRIGHT JERRY E. OWENS BEST PERSONALITY CHAROLETTE COUNTS LARRY ALDERSON WITTIEST LOUISE MULLINS JACKIE MITCHEM V PERSONALITIES MOST COURTEOUS GAIL VIERS GRABERN BARTON MOST STUDIOUS MARGARET SUTHERLAND WADE BARTLEY MOST ORIGINAL SUSIE TAYLOR DOUG FULLER MOST DEPENDABLE RITA WRIGHT TEDDY BAILEY MOST VERSATILE BRENDA MULLINS RONALD COMPTON MOST ATHLETIC MARGARET SUTHERLAND JIMMY CABE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Senior Class of Haysi High School, in the year of 1961-62, being in reasonably good health and of doubtfully sound mind, realizing the uncertainty of grades and the vacillating dispositions of our faculty members, do hereby make this our last will and testament. I, Doug Fuller, being of a very weak mind and unusual body will my black Ford to anyone who can hold her in the road. We, Margaret Sutherland (Mo), Louise Mullins (Larry), and Madge Rose (Curley), will our good times at ball games and our love for pretty boys to future three stooges of H.H.S. I, Katy Yates, will all my good times at H.H.S. to my younger sister, Judy. I, Ross Arena, will my ability to cut up in class to Jim Duty, with hopes that he will use it. I, Alice Murphy, will my good times at H.H.S. to my sister, Helen, and everything else I plan to take with me. We, Earl Fields, Roger Mullins, and Fred Yates, will all our books to future brains of Bartlick. I, Deanna Payne, will all my good times at H.H.S. to my sisters, Gayle and Charlene, and my love for the Sandy Ridge boys I will take with me. We, Conrad Anderson, and Jerry Deel, will our guitar and drums to Roger Edwards hoping he will learn to use them. I, Linda Green, will all my love and good times at H.H.S. to a certain boy in Hawaii. I, Shirley Silcox, will all my good times of H.H.S. to those left behind, but I will take all the pleasant memories with me. I, Gordon Deel, will all of my good times and fun at H.H.S. to my one and only sister Marie Deel. It being Monday, and me, Jack Colley, having a hangover don ' t have anything to will except love and all that goes to Janice Viers. I, Roger Anderson, being of no mind and weak body, will nothing to nobody, because I have nothing that anyone would want. I, Juiette Deel, will all my love for H.H.S. to my sister Becky, and my love for certain people, I will take with me. We, Susie Taylor, Judy Viers, Rita Jo Wright, Gail Viers, and Joy Taylor, will all our good times to nobody because we are taking them with us. (And Rita and Joy are also taking their love for Larry and Grabern with them.) I, Jimmy Edwards, being of sound body and weak mind, leave nothing to nobody, because I am taking it all with me. I, Roger Fuller will all my good times in H.H.S. to my brother Harold with hopes he will enjoy it as much as I have. I, Jimmy Cabe, will my good times in sports with injuries, to Johnny Redbird. I, Charlotte Counts, will my good times at basketball and football games to my brother, Durwood, and hope he has as much fun at H.H.S., as I have had. I, Linda Wright will all the fun I have had in school to my brother Billy; my love for boys of Baltimore to my sister Martha; and I take my love for Eddie and my memories with me. I, Jackie Mitchem, being of no mind and body, leave all of my hot-roding and running around to my brothers. I, Terry Hay, will all my good times at ballgames and H.H.S. to Fay Willis, and the other mem¬ ories I plan to take with me. I, Jannie Hill, will all my good times at H.H.S. to my cousins, Nannie and Sue, and my love for football games I take with me. I, Kay Taylor, being in a democratic sense of mind, plan to take everything with me as I might need it before I get through this world alive; That includes my Big Hearted Man. I, Bobby Fleming bping of no mind and sound body, will all my good times at H.H.S. to my brother, Gary, and my flirty ways with all the beautiful girls I plan to take with me. I, Garnell Gilbert, will all of my books to anyone who will have them. I, Gloria Robinson, will my love to my mother for sending me through school and my witty ways to the future comers of H. H.S. I, Tony Jones, will my love for football to Haysi ' s future teams hoping they have better luck than I did. I, Mary Rose , being of sound body and weak mind, hereby will my good times and wicked ways to my sisters Connie and Kathy. My love for Bobby Thomas and everything else I have will go down with me. I, Roy Branham, will my love and appreciation for H.H.S. and the teachers to the future students, hoping they will feel the way I do. I, Mona Hackney, will my love for boys to my sister, Marie, hoping she has better luck with them than I have had. I, Anita Kiser, will my love for Clintwood boys to Betty Jane; my wicked ways to my cousin, Paul; and all my love for Don, I will take with me. I, Harold Duty, being of weak mind, will my mean ways to Edd Tiller and Herman Duty. I, Carol Vitatoe, being of weak mind and sound body, will all my good times and moonshine still to the future seniors of H.H.S. 1, Franklin Mullins, being of sound body, will my love and fun that I have had at H.H.S. to my brother, Smiley, hoping that he has the same. I, Lemona Rasnake, will all my love for H.H.S. to my two sisters, Gail and Janice and hope they enjoy it as much as I have. I, Dorothy Hill, will my good times at H.H.S. to my sister, Beulah, and everything else I plan to take with me. I, Jerry W. Owens, will all my love for the girls up Larrel Branch to my younger brother, Fuzz. I, Thomas Owens, unlike the rest of my stupid classmates, intend to take everything that I can get my hands on with me, and I will the great and peaceful place " Smoker ' s Glory " to my brother, Mark. I, Richard Owens, will all my good times at H.H.S. to all those who wish to enjoy them as I have. I, Vayard Harrison, being in a mixed up mind, will my good times to the future suckers taking math at H.H.S. 1, Roy Lee Owens, will my place in American Govt, to Janice Viers, and my good times at H.H.S. to Dorothy Edwards, and my ability to play the saxophone to anyone who wants it. I, Brenda Mullins, having completely lost all of my mind, hereby will all my money to John Ed Anderson, and my ability to let pigs out to Mr. Short. We, Faye Hay and Lillian Stanley, being in a very weak state of mind, will all of our brains to our two sisters, Lillie and Jewell, and our brother, Ronald, since we are taking all of our good times at H.H.S. with us. I, Loretta Yates, will all my good times at H.H.S. to my brother and sisters, Danny, Dorthula, and Peggy, but my love for someone I ' ll take with me. I, Janice Thomas, will the happiness that I found in my last two years at H.H.S. to any one who wishes to find the same. I, Frances Deel, will my love for H.H.S. to my cousin, Susie Yates. I, Jack Mullins, being of sound mind and weak body, will my ability to skip the lunch line to my brother, Barry, in hopes that he will get caught. I, Judy Willis, being of sound mind, hereby take my good times at H.H.S. and my love for certain people, especially ???, with me. I, Roxie Fuller, do hereby will all my love and good times at H.H.S. to all the future H.H.S ' ers especially the Doe Branch Crew in hopes that they will enjoy it just half as much as I have. My love for my friends of H.H.S. I shall always cherish and take with me wherever I go. I, Betty Anderson, being in a state of confusion, will all my love for H.H.S. to my sisters, Gail, Brenda, and Rebecca, and my love for sports ' to my little brother, Ricky, and my love for Jerry I will take with me. I, Shirley Fuller, will all my fun at H.H.S. to my sister, Marcella; and the Drug Store to Linda Sutherland. We, Betty, Janet, and Corneail, will all our love and good times at F.H.A. picnics in the Breaks to the future F.H.A. ' ers, but plan to keep the pleasant memories to ourselves. I, Margaret Lyons, will all the fun I ' ve had at H.H.S. to my sister, Norma, my mischievous ways to my brother, Danny, but my love for Mike I’ll always keep with me. I, Lorraine Mullins, will my good times at Haysi High to my sister, Barbara. I, Elsie Owens, being of sound mind and body, hereby will my Government book to my niece, Melinda Colley. I, Clme Gilbert, will my Chemistry book to anyone who doesn ' t care to study. I, Raymond Barton, will my good times at H.H.S. to my brothers, Earl, and Gerald, but my love for girls I will keep for myself although I know Duane D. would like to have it. I, Kattie Frazier, being of sound mind and body, plan to take everything with me including Lee Snellings. I, Fern Duty, will my good times at H.H.S. to my brothers, Hermand and Maynard, and hope they enjoy them as much as I did. I, Wayne Owens, will all my fun and good times at H.H.S. to my little niece, Eunice Willis. I, Archie Sluss, being of sound mind and fair body, will my love for filter cigarettes, 200 proof alcohol, and women to Leonard Powers in hopes that he isn’t too old to enjoy them. I, Betty Carpenter, being of sound mind and body, plan to take everything with me, including my French book and my love for Charles. I, Evelyn Dotson, will my love for H.H.S. and all the good times I have had to my brother, Jim. I, Judy Deel, will my love for H.H.S. and my good times in Drama Class to my cousins, Shelia and Tammy. I, Jerry E. Owens, will my Govt, book to my sister, Sandra Lockhart, who will be taking it in a couple of years. I, Teddy Baily, will my physics, chemistry, and solid trig books and all my love for girls ex¬ cept one to my brother, Toby. I, Joan Fuller, being very uncertain as to the condition of mind and body, will all of my happi¬ ness at H. H.S. to my brothers, Danny, Roger, and Gary. I, Curtis Edwards, will my brains to my brother across the river. I, Carolyn Owens, being of sound body but weak mind, will all my books to anyone that has brains enough to pass them, and will my happy times to the future comers at H.H.S. I, Wade Bartley, will my physics, chemistry, and solid geometry books to all the people who took nothing but business courses in high school. I, Larry Alderson, will all my fun in sports to my little brother, Dave; my happiness at H.H.S. to my little sister, Nina; and I ' m taking my love for a Wright girl with me. I, Wayne Gilbert, hereby will my bookkeeping book to Mrs. Cain. I, Grabern Barton, being unselfish and very free-hearted, am taking everything with me. I, Ronald Compton, will all my good times at H.H.S. to anyone who is as mean as I was. I, Bruce Edwards, being of sound body and weak mind, will my moonshine still to anyone who can find it. I, Carol Ray Mullins, being in sound mind and body, will all my love for H.H.S. to all the girls and my brother, Trenton. , I, Lucille Fuller, will all my good times at H.H.S. to my sister, Joyce, and my brother, Cecil. I, Lois Owens, will all of my good times at H.H.S. to my brother, Fayne, and my love for Jimmy, I will take with me. We, Clell Tiller, and Kemper Rasnake, do solemnly swear to will all of our books, brains, and good times at H.H.S. to Clyde Rasnake, and our ' 55 Plymouth to all the girls at H.H.S., C.H.S., and L.H.S. I, Robert Rice, will my keen mind to my sister, Linda to help her in her Algebra. I, Jim Sutherland, will the place that Kelly Pucket left me along with my own place in the Local Pool Hall to Tilford Epling. I, Carlie Gene Mullins, will my love for Haysi High School to my brother, Danny Ray. I, Ronnie Salyers, being of sound body and sound mind (I think), plan to take everything with me. I, Rodrick Sutherland, will all my good times at Haysi High to my three sisters, Linda, Wanda, and Vivian. I, Jerry M. Owens, hereby will my brains in Geography class to Connie Rose, Brenda L. Taylor, and Lois Stanley. Ituill: iMUbfi rom JUNIORS " i i 111ijMlii 1 ;j •;‘1 • 1 fI; - ■■■ ; J| »»! • .;);•• £; ♦ , v ! 1 1 ' J „ ' y t ' ? Ti):pf ! IpMfi; hr; ji ' ' • ;« d •! ■ ' e’| ; ' ■■ . " .r.i! 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To the w le the area, native hat fact of life as the brut; howls of hyenas. s a fort, a few British ofTi is as unreliable as the [ )e Italians still remaining British successors, who at service in such a post is f Bfe 1 Ujih f tfijf] |p?l: mi; ill; 1 f b. t 1 •• u s. ' {ill; lailure. Is order in Belele and thej ause Mafor de Golfct cr at lutality. His command is lof blacks, whom he keep] laggings In all the distric Ithor Griffin, who was an kritish Colonial Army in |1 War II, seems to know native misfits a nd the I ct| flHH|Hks iih iiis H W®. |HU j fTricl. si B. I nv. SHELBY JONES VIRGINIA KING PAIGE KISER MILDRED LYALL LINDA MULLINS SHARON MULLINS MARY SUE OWENS TERRIE OWENS GAY PUCKETT CONNIE ROSE JEWELL ROSE CAROL SUTHERLAND LAQUITA SUTHERLAND IRENE SYKES SHIRLEY SYKES CAROLYN STANLEY ALICE FAY TAYLOR GLENDA TURNER BETTY J. STANLEY JANICE VIERS CONNIE WILLIS MYRNA YATES SANDRA WILLIAMS MARGARET ADDINGTON GAIL ANDERSON BETTY J. ARTRIP LUCILLE AUSTIN KAY BARTON LINDA BENTLEY PATRICIA COUNTS BEULAH COUNTS MARY L. DEEL JACKIE COUNTS DOROTHY EDWARDS LINDA M. EDWARDS SHELIA EDWARDS BERNICE HAMONS JUDY HAY WANDA L. HILTON ROGER L. RICE JOHNNY BRANHAM EARL COLEMAN DONALD COLLEY JAMES D. COLLEY JIMMY R. COLLEY MICHEL COLLEY MACK L. DAVIS HARRISON DUTTON JIMMY DUTY ROGER G. EDWARDS TILFORD EPLING DANNY FULLER TRUMAN HILL BOBBY MULLINS LARRY MULLINS COY GALE NOWLIN DARREL O ' QUINN EDDIE O ' QUINN H.L. McKENNEY JAMES PUCKET ELMER C. RASNAKE HARMON RASNAKE RONNIE ROBINSON GLEASON SILCOX DANNY HARLOWE DANNY SIMMONS KEITH SPARKS WAYNE SUTHERLAND ROGER SUTHERLAND CHARLES SYKES JERRY THOMAS KENNY TURNER GARY W. WILLIS GUY YATES m ' wm- ' ' :. ; ■: ' xmr r: ' !|%£ yjpr «£ a worn ir B Jni " ii Jh nr Ka ' OB j . ypuslii ' ' ,f the Missoni jSBpty Court Jus tee Eager! jA n ' in 2p e members of W ' J uual Model Get] I Important speakers at thJ sion were Mr. diractor of the State (f j " ii ll.egislative Himvuft Hm n Ayers, specferfialW the federal Bureaifo,j IiJ p t ion a J eft Mj .Cit ] W The irrepresdBle li!V| penior spent mfli of hi [time before th4 banqutl [wandering arounAthe In ft pressing high-den « |%lKbn i ' bills” into the hands of L-tartlcde issniates. and sol- Lji ,ly making suggestions W " Ji as, " Here —but your- rajl an ice-cream coJk with SlM ut don’t eat t all in iKf.-kiiisj r and irnsell prepare part called J iw the money htir after being from behind. This Vid with gusto, ■Matter ing in ail Tlieny wat youth legislate throughout the present at the ir Ad vis J advisl f the lories Sue soph- Jlorla feber. mood " for an in, ’ask. tn fact. U little senior A i i, ant our photogrJM laughing soTi 1 1 %iOld t lavra it Audlell ,iiuiiri ki.s ' « n esj I i I Imi ' annwaK 1 1 i|»Us. Boh a lu l a t. I ;; a aJ ... .V |. 1 yf’h :« .no J ...A o VI . n ■ a tfhe bM l’ . ' .hi a, ,i I yl lleiw % ' . ' Bp jj u Kilt-, could hard- , ck !’ of Mikiph is tn0 kc Jl iTinost, • ic in aria I J f m mm u!h ' a roll 1 - tin feSspnd y pP ratedJ i.ns u hoi 4 ' nor. aj ' " int ist (.cMtut ■ recar, lonologm sT gWstanlly in i;,nd at parties Moves Front Wisconsin i i Born in Racine, WisconsirJ In. A gca i year fot J k ■ Mil M i ' iKlitfptL-S SOPHOMORES SUE NESTA MARGARET PATRICIA CATHY BETTY J. ANDERSON ANDERSON CHILDRESS COCRAN COLLEY COUNTS BONICHA ELLEN JIMA SUSAN PATSY BETTY COUNTS COUNTS COUNTS DEEL DEEL EDWARDS JANETTE JOANN BARBARA PAULINE MARIE FREIDA EDWARDS EDWARDS EVERETT FULLER HACKNEY HILTON SHIRLEY NELLADEAN MARGARET PATRICIA BETTY SANDRA KISER LOCKHART MULLINS MULLINS GREEN LOCKHART JOYCE RUBY KITTY « PATTY ANNE EDITH MULLINS MULLINS MUSICK O ' QUINN OWENS RAINES GAIL SANDRA SANDRA BARBARA DELPHINE LOIS RASNAKE REECE RICHARDSON ROSE SAYLOR STANLEY CAROL LINDA PEGGY BRENDA K. BRENDA L. LUCILLE SUTHERLAND SUTHERLAND SYKES TAYLOR TAYLOR THOMAS PANSY MABLE DINAH DORTHULA JILL JUDY TURNER VITATOE YATES YATES YATES YATES PONZELL-A SANDRA NELLIE GINGER TOBY JOHNNY YATES BAIRD KEENE MUSICK BAILEY BOYD DURWOOD JAMES ARTHUR L. DWIGHT CHARLES CARVELL COUNTS DEATON DEEL DEEL DUTY EDWARDS JIMMY A. JAMES DANNY NOAH ROBY C. DELMER EDWARDS FARMER FULLER FULLER FULLER GILBERT LOUISE DARREL O ' QUINN HILL WAYNE RICHARD DWIGHT LARRY HILL MARTIN MULLINS OWENS DANNY RUFUS JOSEPH B. GEORGE GARY SCOTTY POWERS PERRIGAN PUCKETT RASNAKE ROBINSON ROSE DANNY BENNIE SALYER SUTHERLAND GLEN NILES SYKES TAYLOR EUGENE CHARLES WALLACE WILLIS BILLY JIMMY HERMAN JOHNNY YATES OWENS DUTY DAVIS Mm Many hi A n ]embeH vni tsk x 3 K ; i muna(! c J a fie rsonl r 1 ' -ouncil f wt rt- s and P® 1 s Of ail uiru 7 FRESHMEN i»: ftft iirst fPi ' j • ; ' ti|V; U TJf upjhst! rf r | ; rtfii I? - ffMIf }ii$ dent Council roprj rls will large for next yej f,., iff ■ ?ll|: II? r V , , ( " V - - wt » l j ; 1 i f i BRENDA MARY MILDRED ANDERSON ANDERSON BAILEY FLORENCE CHRISTINE LIND , BELCHER BENTLEY BISE GLADYS VIRGINIA BETTY JOYCE BRENDA PAULA BOWEN BYERS CAUDELL COLLEY COUNTS COUNTS BONNIE CAROLINE DELORIS DEEL DEEL DEEL LINDA G. DEEL LINDA J. DEEL SHARON DEEL WANDA GAIL DEEL DELANEY KATHY EVERETT BERTHA FULLER JOYCE FULLER SANDRA FULLER MAVIS BARBARA NORMA J. CHAT GLO NORMA J. HELEN GREEN GUS HAY KISER LYONS MURPHY JUDY MULLINS GLENNA COLLEY LOR ETTA POWERS er- .j BARBARA ROBBINS PHYLLIS THELMA CONNIE KAREN SHARRON MUSICK NEECE WILLIS WILLIS BREEDING WANDA BRENDA CHERYL GAIL LINDA O ' QUINN OWENS OWENS OWENS OWENS SANDRA SHELIA BRENDA CATHY DIANA OWENS OWENS PAYNE POWERS POWERS ANN JANIE LANIE LINDA LINDA RAMEY RASNAKE RASNAKE REECE RICE MARLENE BETTY JUANITA NINA DARLENE ROBERTS ROSE O ' QUINN SILCOX STANLEY CINDY ST. BETTY JULIA JEWELL FERN PAT CLAIRE SYKES TAYLOR TILLER TURNER TREADWAY TONI ROSEMARY LOIS BRENDA PEGGY BRENDA WILLIS WRIGHT YATES YOUNG COMPTON OWENS JAMES S. NORRIS TED PAUL G. JIMMY CHARLES E. CHARLES W. FARMER KISER KISER LUKE MILES MITCHEM WAYNE JOHNNY M. LARRY ROY ROGER CLOVIS MULLINS MULLINS MULLINS MULLINS NEWBERRY AMOS LARRY OWENS LAWERENCE RUDY OWENS OWENS VIRGIL F. OWENS RICHARD POWERS ALBERT PHILLIPS CHARLES BILLY HAROLD GARY EUGENE RAKES RATLIFF ROBINSON ROSE TURNER DENNIS TURNER JACK KYLE VIERS VIERS MACK VIERS THURSTON ARVIL C. CLINE WILLIS WOODS YATES DAVID RICHIE ENOS BILLY DAVE HARRY YATES YATES RASNAKE ROBINSON ALDERSON ANDERSON GARY LARRY ROGER RONNIE GERALD RONNIE ANDERSON ARRINGTON BARTLEY BARTLEY BARTON FULLER LYNN ROY DWANE ERVIN JOHN ROGER COLLEY COUNTS DEEL DEEL DEEL DEEL JAMES DOTSON DONALD EDWARDS GARY EDWARDS LARRY EDWARDS KIMBERLY EDWARDS MACK EDWARDS BILLY JOE ROGER JOE FULLER WILLIAM JAMES EDGAR FARMER FIELDS FULLER GARTIN HACKNEY ROGER HAY DARREL HICKS JIMMY ROY HURT HELBET CARLTON ROGER MUISICK PHIPPS ED TILLER ROGER WAMPLER PATRICIA ADKINS BONICHA SHIRLEY RITA KAY LINDA LOU ROBERTA ANDERSON BAKER BARTON BELCHER BLANKENSHIP BRENDA G. THEDA BARBARA GLORIA J. LANA A. BRENDA A. BRANHAM BRANHAM COMBS COMPTON CUMBO DAVIS JANICE LINDA BETTY J. JOSEPHINE MAXINE WANDA S. DAVIS DAVIS DEEL DEEL DEEL EDWARDS HELEN GARTIN ROSALEE GIBSON CONNIE DEBORAH MARCELLA PATSY S. FITZGERALD FULLER FULLER FULLER CAROL LILLIE THEDA J. ALLENE BEULAH ELIZABETH GILBERT HAY HAY HELBERT HILL HILL NANNIE BETTY SUE ALICE FAY BARBARA J. SHARON PATRICIA HILL KEEN KEEL MULLINS ROSE MULLINS GLENDA PATRICIA BRAXIE MILDRED HELEN SUE MULLINS ANN MULLINS O ' QUINN O ' QUINN OWENS OWENS SYLVIA VONDA WILMA CHARLENE BRENDA ARLENE OWENS OWENS OWENS PAYNE PERRIGAN PUCKETT AUDREY JUNIE MARY WILLETTA JEWELL DALANE RAINES RASNAKE RASNAKE RASNAKE RASNAKE ROLAND DONNA SHELIA DESSEL JEANETTE BETTY EVONNE SHORT SLONE STANLEY STEVENS SULLIVAN SULLIVAN THELMA SULLIVAN JUDY TAYLOR LOLA TAYLOR MARTHA TAYLOR PATRICIA TAYLOR LANNA TURNER NORMA FAY CHRISTEND MARY JOAN REBECCA SADIE WILLIS WOODS WOODS YATES YATES YATES SUSIE SARAH EARL F. LUCY ROBBY BOBBY YATES YATES BARTON BOWMAN COUNTS DEEL KATHLEEN DEWEY ONA MAE ROGER ROGER ELIZABETH DEEL EDWARDS EDWARDS EDWARDS EDWARDS GILBERT MORRIS DANNY TURMAN SHIRLEY WALTER RANDOLPH KISER MULLINS KISER MULLINS MULLINS MULLINS LOUISE GARY RODNEY LEE ROBERT VERMIN ONSBY O ' QUINN OWENS OWENS OWENS OWENS ROSE GENE ROBERT VIOLA JAMES JAMES TOM STANLEY TAYLOR TILLER THACKER TURNER VIERS ALLEN BILLY JO CLAY LARRY EDDIE HAROLD WILLIS WOODS WOODS YOUNCE OWENS WILLIS EUGENE WALLACE BARBARA ROBERE DENNIS ANDERSON FRANKIE ANDERSON JAMES W. ANDERSON KENNETH ANDERSON TONY ALFRED LEE ERVIN RAY CARL HAROLD C. DANNY ARENA BAKER BAKER BARTON BARTON MUSICK GARY G. BARTON CLEDITH W. CONAWAY LARRY EDWARDS ROGER FULLER PAUL RAY BARTON JACKIE BRANHAM EDDIE CHARPING LYNN A. CHILDRESS AARON W. COMPTON DONNIE M. KENNIE G. LARRY ALEX DARREL COUNTS COUNTS COUNTS DEEL DEEL JERRY CASEY DANNY LEE RANDY JERRY DEEL EDWARDS EDWARDS EDWARDS EDWARDS RICKEY BUD CECIL HAROLD MICHAEL EDWARDS FULLER FULLER FULLER FULLER ROBERT JIMMY R. DONALD GARY KEITH LARRY GOOD HAMMON HARRISON KILGORE KISER HAROLD LESTER ROGER MAYNARD BOBBY RAY ROBERT PUCKETT DUTY HALL MITCHEM LARGE MICHAEL KENNY LEONARD RALPH TRENTON TROY MULLINS MULLINS MULLINS MULLINS MULLINS O ' QUINN CARTER DAVID FEDDIE JACKIE JARVIL LUIE OWENS OWENS OWENS OWENS OWENS OWENS SCOTTY HARRY GEORGE WILLIAM RANDY EARL OWENS PHILLIPS POWERS PUCKETT RAKES RAMEY BENICE JERRY JERRY MACK TIM KELLY RASNAKE RASNAKE RING ROBINSON ROBINSON ROSE DANNY GARY BENNY SLONE SPRIGGS STALLARD CARTER STANLEY ANDY SILCOX OMAR STANLEY RONALD ELMER BOBBY STANLEY SUTHERLAND SYKES JOHNNY SYKES DANNY TAYLOR KENNETH STANLEY BERNARD TAYLOR ORGANIZATIONS «»ypylvia, lee Stockt Jf Austin, jLiv McCli pPTrct, Mary J;V e Mrs. SpofTard, iro Fjrki horn, " says Mr. Iteer. J one record there is ahAl cJh certo, a Haydn tri ypi TJjfpt ur • Civic BKssociation roncert, Sun- ■lusic featuring the Frerujm ' ions ' vilL K Aiis combi hm the mm f " My cic Mnv Horn, ' " variety of, tjie techni V albuj rnonstra S ' - ' l I 1 ■! Ill virtue! ipntin! rose a pi .Wind, ' jwmou fi |Lbc used ‘leti and u our, ■Dtecause the cnrolln ■uT students had rui 1 1 rn be lLmii ( | Re tap day was held tfl lorn y for the new iuH I Hand members andBj Ids were stationed iHv | i ' nets He | e ? Hf I p UfX’: a 1 i 11 Hj • li J Ip. i INJ| t adtoiiteagi etfij Bftnfi! Ann ' senior Blonde April i (■K, enth will b Mrs Vlrgt hu Hollowing sole |r by ubert, •%MV, ART CLUB Sponsor, Rebecca Wallace; President, Linda Wright; Vice-President, Margaret Lyons; Sec., Kay Taylor; Reporter, Anita Kiser. DRAMA CLUB Sponsor, Eula Phillips. F.H.A. Sponsors, Katy Jo Powers Rebecca Wallace; President, Katy Yates; Vice Presidents, Barbara Everett Linda Greene; Sec., Shelia Edwards; Treasurer, Cathy Colley; Re¬ porter, Alice Taylor. F.F.A. Sponsor, Erdman Mullins; President, James Colley; Vice-President, Raymond Barton; Secretary, Donald Colley; Treasurer, Scotty Rose; Reporter, Rodger Hay. FOLK DANCING CLUB Sponsor, Joyce Harrison; President, Bruce Edwards; Vice-President, Barbara Everett; Sec., Delphine Saylor; Treas., Teddy Baily; Reporter, Coy Nowlin. Sponsor, Wanda Golden m iff ■ -t H ' 7 ■ am V • f - U JfM 1 « r i - I I .- . ■ -j fl MB VI SMHK B m fllHHHn HL i Ifl B •■ IB P ’ Tr ' G.A.A. Sponsor, Joyce Harrison; President, Betty Anderson; Vice-President, Sandra Richardson; Secretary, Brenda Taylor; Treasurer, Connie Rose; Reporter, Betty Carpenter. KEY CLUB Sponsor, Erdman Mullins C. C. Short; President, Tony Jones; Vice-President, Larry Mullins; Sec., Ronald Compton; Treasurer, Vayard Harrison. K.V.G. Sponsor, Erdman Mullins. MONOGRAM CLUB Sponsor, Mr. Norman Mullins; President, Ross Arena; Vice President, Grabern Baron; Secretary, Joyce Taylor; Treasurer, Gail Viers; Reporter, Joan Fuller. I)II»T|)BWIW T1 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Sponsor, Roy Deel; President, Joan Fuller; Vice-President, Larry Mullins; Secretary, Mona Hackney; Reporter, Gail Anderson; Treasurer, Guy Yates. PAPER STAFF Sponsor, Dan Tiller; Editor, Susie Taylor; Business Mgr., Roger Anderson; Sports Ed¬ itor, Grabern Barton; Artist, Lillian Stanley. PEP CLUB Sponsor, Norman Mullins; President Joan Fuller; Vice-President, Rita Jo Wright; Secre¬ tary and Treasurer, Susie Taylor; Reporter, Sandra Lockhart. SAFETY PATROL Sponsor, Reggie Ward; Captain, Vayard Harrison; Lieut., Gordon Deel. r I Ml S.C.A. Sponsor, Lee Deel; President, Tony Jones; Vice-President, Danny Fuller; Treasurer, Barbara Everett; Secretary Reporter, Joan Fuller SCIENCE CLUB Sponsor, Mrs. Betty Deel; President, Archie Sluss; Vice-President, Wade Bartley; Sec¬ retary Treasurer, Delphine Saylor; Reporter, Brenda Mullins. (Sponsors, Leonard Powers Clayton Colley.) BAND Sponsor, Lance Sutherland; Captain, Roy Lee Owens; First Second Lieut,, Ronald Compton. MAJORETTES Drum Majorette, Virginia King; Head Majorette, Paige Kiser; Linda Bentley, Linda Powers, Pattie Sutherland, Melinda Colley. ATHLETICS H‘ C ' nnfJ Lh thein ' to six,- yj crept ! ■ final sV-contcj [tore, Fr I (fie Mu I fialffia I vi as il .lies iii| .jJFnighest jpvever, c leort-d th [( Arif I bounded who imi 1 film i ,fs " f Ti si k sJj, l jjnidcn fipmils J n from I dnn vfl r Lebdi o Victo |1 height ,-ij Ity IRIS,; Hiri C IpB M ' I Z y ;||| ? DISTRICT VII CHAMPIONS Coach, HOMER DEEL DOUG FULLER 6 ' 6 " Senior; Center, 4 Yrs. Co-Captain This highly respected " shooting star " of the Ti¬ gers should come into greater titles as the years go by. JIMMY EDWARDS 6 ' 2 " Senior Forward, Guard, 4 Yrs. Will and determination have brought to the " Ti¬ gers Star " highest honors possible for hardwood par¬ ticipants. GRABERN BARTON 5 ' 8 " Senior, Gd. 4 Yrs. Agility and speed combine to make Haysi ' s outstand¬ ing guard. JIMMY CABE 5 ' 11 " Senior Guard 2 Yrs. " Speed and know-how have made this clutch player in¬ valuable to the Tigers. " LARRY ALDERSON 6 ' Senior; Guard, Forward, 4 Yrs. His " diliberate " style takes its toll against all opposi¬ tion. ROGER SUTHERLAND 6 ' 4 " Junior Forward 1 yr. His size and skill promise future " greatness " for Haysi. HARMON RASNAKE 6 ' 2 " Junior Forward 1 yr. Alertness and quickness are highly favorable attributes of another possible great. FOOTBALL TEAM Coaches, Norman Mullins Reggie Ward J If gS SK ® TWf§ gar ! ibfc " - ' ” ■ - i Ekar Co-Captains « ' ' t -«i z$iUfr SH Hr 4 5k ‘ _ f - .--■» jjfr-. - k Tfc t® ' A; .. TONY JONES Right halfback w. " ‘ ' V r! Y i V J 2 • ' T. T, SP HSHHbHf | - v M - - ‘- Wil B N «t- c aBBBBP0» ' " aI X -? " W ' - ftr 2j w - £ i- " w , 3 vlSPiifflR® - IK « .?■ % LARRY ALDERSON Left guard lJr K MB j5 ; 1 laJSfc J? ' " • ‘a ■ ' A— ' —f- j -_ jPj “ - »ac . ” JS»-- .-• - T ; ; ' - ' - : ' yr- y:i M r .. - - " ' ' % £. JIM DUTY Quarterback GRABERN BARTON Left halfback JACK MITCHEM Right halfback JIM CABE Fullback BOBBY MULLINS Quarterback DANNY FULLER End ROGER RICE Left tackle ROBERT RICE End JOHNNY BRANHAM Left halfback KENNY TURNER Right tackle ROSS ARENA Center BRUCE EDWARDS Right guard JV’S CHEERLEADERS GAIL VIERS JOYCE TAYLOR RITA WRIGHT HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT BRENDA PERRIGAN I Imm ft - - — : — r jR 1 I - 1 ' — j 5 HI 4 1 BARBARA EVERETT LINDA REESE MARLENE ROBERTS SALUTE TO THE COACHES REGGIE WARD, NORMAN MULLINS, HOMER DEEL HALLOWEEN QUEEN AND KING RITA JO WRIGHT, TOBY BAILEY H 3 COOKS BUS DRIVERS JANITORS rom ppPmch fell Bvhere today the BmlisirN ft’hadN Me North GatJis pvels. It is as Iree ar, as relent Ml in J’he fictional tou« S of Helelc «e chunk of northeast Africa. aIBL Griffin tells it, Mussolini madt E V 1 an ornament of empire in the thi : V’ " the British are trying Vough a mandate. To the «ilc the area, native hutifl I fact of life hruta BX howls of hyenas. iHr .s a fort, a few British offiMy ; ,i | J as unreliable as the 1 jBflt jE Italians still remainingBare S order in Belele and tin tse Mat or de Goltz crea ELEMENTARY .. ft ; . i i4 f te ; . ■ I; : »., i t •■ ' ■tti it tit. . % Y Hi :r ■ 1 ; ..ill . . ' ■ |ut service in such a post is J His command is of blacks, whom he keep] aggings. In all the distric jthor Griffin, who was an British Colonial Army in |l War II, seems to know native misfits and the. pet|MB|HMhs nu pn 4 Tricl. st B loiis. plotted SEVENTH GRADE SIXTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE THIRD FOURTH GRADES SECOND GRADE FIRST GRADE ADVERTISING i.; iFRICA ' S El EARBOO ■adway : CHEtKERCTrFQA YOUR PLZZA HEADOl Be a Srr PWj| dfl BROCAILU Drive-In Mai QUALITY MERCHAN MODERATE PR1CI FRUITS, VEGETA MEATS, GROCE ;ECT APPAREL FOR ,ny 1 2 t i, ! | 4 i !?;! . ftfl, lltif ■ ... • ' flir M u 1 £f F ETiy. Courfl| nJT M|f|| i Iffi m-i ?! if 11 llfli .tillwi l!M Itjji iiiiiii Ihillti! i it ! i 1} hr, mH ilfl{ ti4i !||| |p.)V r t 1 i,v Compliments of RIGHT AND Collet Coal C Deck, Mine Operations We ship and sell high class coal Domestic coal is highly desired Ph. 2701 Haysi, Virginia Phone 6555 HAYSI DEPARTMENT STORE Ph. 2201 Haysi, Virginia CITIZEN ' S DRUG CO. The Prescription Store Clintwood, Va. Located behind the City Market. Compliments of BIG DOLLAR SUPER MARKET Compliments of Self Service and Complete Line of Meats, and Groceries FRENCHMAN O ' QUINN Clintwood, Virginia Haysi, Virginia Compliments of vWiRn Sauls «w»S twice Grundy, Virginia Compliments of HAYSI FARM SUPPLY We handle farm supplies h furniture of all types. Get your fertilizer seed here. Haysi, Virginia Compliments of REEDY HARDWARE FURNITURE COMPANY Main Street Clintwood, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of CARTER HOME IMP. RATLIFF ' S JEWELRY COMPANY INC. Bulova Watches Keepsake Diamond Rings Phone 5441 Elgin Watches Clintwood, Virginia Haysi, Virginia Compliments of 0u Hardware Compliments of GRUNDY DRUG CO. Prescriptions A Specialty- Phone WE. 5-2591 Reg. No. 3478 Grundy, Virginia Clintwood, Virginia Compliments of RIVERSIDE PONTIAC CORPORATION Ph. WE 5-2686 Ventura, Star Chief, Catalina, Tempest, GMC-T Grundy, Virginia Compliments of MULLINS STEEL CHEV. INC. A new World of Worth from Chevrolet, Chevy II Corvair . Corvette Clintwood Virginia Compliments of HAYSI ESSO STATION Riley Bartley Manager Phone 77 11 Friendly Dealer Haysi, Virginia Henry B. Sutherland Compliments of HAYSI BEAUTY SHOPPE CLINTWOOD ESSO SERVICE CENTER Clintwood, Virginia Hair styles fit for a Queen Phone 245 1 Haysi, Virginia Compliments of Picciy Wiggly Grundy, Virginia Compliments of |||» HtRff TONtS CO. MANUFACTURING JEWELERS STATIONERS 1401-1429 North Capitol Ave. Indianapolis 7, Ind. Indianapolis 7, Indiana Compliments of Breaks Motor Saits, INCORPORATED Come in and see the new FORD FALCON " One of the new economy twins " There ' s a FORD in Your Future Buy One Right Away Haysi, Virginia Compliments of CLINCH HAVEN TARNS Big Stone Gap, Virginia Compliments of ATHLETIC HOUSE Athletic equipment for all sports Bristol, Virginia Compliments of Parkersburg, West Virginia MIDWAY DRUG STORE (Across from Grundy Hospital) ! ! Your Prescription Store I I Phone: Day WE 5-2118 Night WE 5-2961 Grundy, Virginia Royal Supply FOOD HAVEN We Have our own Pastry Shop, Royal City, Virginia Compliments of Clinch field Coal Company Dante, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of RADIO STATION WDIC Ph. Clinchco Z741 Active Voice of Dickenson County Clinchco, Virginia For the Best in Entertainment LISTEN TO WDIC Ph. Clinchco 2741 Clinchco, Virginia Clintwood, Virginia Compliments of MULLINS THEATRE GARNETT ' S STYLE CENTER Grundy, Virginia Compliments of P£T nilK COOPftNV Fresh milk - Dairy Products Norton, Virginia Compliments of GRUNDY WHOLESALE COMPANY Compliments of Use FAT BOY Note Book Paper Manufactured By Carolina Pad Paper Co. Grundy, Virginia Charolette, N. C. Compliments of MOUNTAIN FLORIST Compliments of WNRG RADIO STATION Grundy, Virginia Clintwood, Virginia Compliments of CntVROLtT Garagc Haysi, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of MANSI HARDUARC Compliments of D h S SUPERMARKET Ph. Clintwood 6613 Clintwood, Virginia Compliments of Telephone 6800 Day or Night Ambulance Service With Oxygen MILLER FUNERAL HOME Service Sympathy Sincerity R. C. MILLER Clintwood, Virginia HAYSI GROCERY CO. We feature Self-Service and Carry a Complete line of Groceries and feeds, meats, Vegetables and Etc. S H Green Stamps Ph. 2421 Free Parking Haysi, Virginia GILLIAM HARDWARE FURNITURE COMPANY Clintwood, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of WESTERN AUTO D«UGSTO«t " Your Complete Variety Store " We meet all your health Grundy, Virginia Needs Cosmetics and fountain service Compliments of THE DICKENSONIAN Haysi, Virginia Clintwood, Virginia Compliments of FEARL COLLEY Compliments of HANSEL (GABE) FLEMING Clintwood, Virginia Clintwood, Virginia Annual Staff Compliments of Rita Jo Wright Linda Wright DR. THERIL REEDY Charlotte Counts Dentist Betty Anderson Joyce Taylor Gail Viers Clintwood, Virginia Phone 5 ZO 1 Judy Veirs Lillian Stanley Margaret Lyons Larry Alderson Compliments of FRAZIER’S CLEANERS Contributions L. H. Edwards J. T. Anderson Kay Edwards Bernard Rakes LAUNDRY Grundy WE 5-6611 St. Paul RO 2-5341 Grundy, St. Paul, Virginia " In Honor Of The TIGERS " Compliments of Jimmy Edwards SYKES MOTOR SALES Grabern Barton Douglas Fuller Dodge-Plymouth Dealer Larry Alderson Sales and Service Jimmy Cabe Phone 4911 Jackie Mitchem Jimmy Duty Clintwood, Virginia Tilford Epling Danny Fuller Bobby Mullins Compliments of Ambulance Service Day or Night Haysi, Virginia Compliments of Abingdon Groccrv Co I NC. Wholesale Grocers Abingdon, Virginia LET US HELP Compliments of CoDBC BLAND ' tyoun, Tft tey Bank i i AND Safe Deposit Box for Rent " Trust co. Phone 2541 Haysi, Virginia AUTOGRAPHS t r AND SO GOODBY . . . Now the year of 1962 has come to an end. As the Senior Class of ' 62 leaves to jour¬ ney down the Road of Life, we hope these pages will be a treasured reminder of their school days in the Haysi High School. .


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