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CRITERION BRISTOL PUBLIC LIBRARY 701 Goode Street Bristol, Virginia 24201 The 1966 Criterion is a record of a year in the lives of the faculty and students of Holston Valley High School. It is also the record of the memories that the Seniors as well as underclassmen alike will cherish as they look back to the meaningful experi- ences of the past. Also, it will be a standing re- minder of the knowledge and guidance given us as our teachers led us toward the gateways of the future. With this thought in mind the Criterion gives its at- tention to the faculty, students, organizations, and athletic events in the 1966 school year. We are not only attempting to portray a year like any other but also a year with memories unique in many ways. ' 66 CRITERION fcps PUBLISHED BY CBITEBION STAFF HOLSTON VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL BBISTOL, TENNESSEE Administration 7 Activities 79 Advertisements 4 IN APPRECIATION . . . We have chosen this way to let you know how much we appreciate your being our sponsors for the past four years, for working with us so faithfully and tirelessly to make each year a good year , and for going beyond just your duty to help us. Miss Barr, Mrs. Stewart, Mr. Addington we thank you. 5 4 . v a ■ L T ADMINISTRATION SULLIVAN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Mr. William Cox, Mr. J. Craft Akard, Mr. Robert McAmis, Mr. Nat Barnes, Mr. Paul Ramey, Mr. Alonzo Vance, Mr. Charles Johnson, Mr. Paul Boy. Alonzo Vance School Board Member Nat Barnes Chairman of School Board J. Craft Akard Superintendent W. L. Cox Supervisor 8 Mr. Willard E. Bailey, Principal 9 Mrs. Nita Stewart Mr. O. M. Addington 7 , Miss Alys Barr FACULTY Mr. Wally McClellan i Mr. Norman Mitchell Mrs. Bobbie Pinkston Mr. Donald Emmert Miss Edith Davis 10 Mr. Harmon Peters Miss Jo Booher Mr. Ward Shaw Mrs. Mary Naff FACULTY Mrs. Thelma Stallard Mrs. Rosalie Bowen Mrs. Elizabeth Holden 1 1 Miss Mildred Rutherford " Where ' s Mr. Bailey? " , " May I have an admit? " , " Why do I have to leave, I haven ' t done anything? " , " Where can I find this informa- tion? " , " May I have an application to E. T. S. U. ? " , " I ' ve got to drop this subject or I ' ll fail, " are the many cries which are brought before these three " helping hands " Mr. Erwin, guidance counselor; Miss Rotenberry, librarian; and Mrs. Johnson, office secretary. The students of Holston Valley High School would like to express their gratitude to them for coping with our many guidance, library, and office problems. Mrs. Helen Johnson, Office Secretary 12 LUNCHROOM WORKERS Mrs. Fleenor Mrs. Tester Mr. Hinkle Mrs. Taylor Mr. Roy Harr Mr. Eddie Collins 13 14 LEARNING . . . a never ending process 15 STUDENT BODY 18 Jim Bishop Janice Blevins Roy Blevins Randy Bowers Linda Bowman Danny Boyd 19 Ronnie Brown Larry Carrier Don Caudill Debbie Childress Duane Clark Layne Clark Sue Cowan 20 Carol Dickerson Doug Duncan Johnny Duncan Betty Eldreth Becky Flee nor Jimmy Flick 21 Charles For an David Garland Glen Graybeal Betty Gross Patsy Gross Marsha Hatfield Betsy Hobbs 22 Clarence Keith Thomas King Wayne Lawson Ike Lowry Philip Lucas Jesse Montgomery 23 Norman Norris Mary Offield Willie Offield Claudia Patterson Thomas Peaks Edward Perry 24 Gary Rice Roy Roberts Bill Roberts Ronnie Rogers Wilma Rogers William Rosenbalm 25 Pauline Shaver Judy Stophel Homer Stout Jimmy Sutherland 26 Duane Tallman Sharron Wagner Linda White A1 Wolfe Phyllis Woodby 27 OFFICERS Pres. Janet Eldreth Vice President: Brock Flee nor Secretary: Jane McGinnis Treasurer: Benny Meade JUNIORS SPONSORS Miss Rotenberry Mr. Shaw 20 Maurice Allison Frank Arnold Jimmy Baines Martha Beeler Dianne Beidleman Nancy Bentley Linda Blankenbeckler Priscilla Blevins Lana Booher Linda Booher Ted Booher Billy Callahan Charles Cantrell Bobby Carlyle 29 Patsy Christian Peggy Combs Carol Duncan Janet Eldreth Betty Emmert Brock Fleenor Jean Fleenor Reba Fleenor Sandra Foster Connie Funk Carol Sue Gentry Betty Grubb Connie Gurley Sharon Hess 30 Ethel Howard Ethel Howington Wayne Hunigan Linda Keith Charles King Helen King Johnny Manuel June McGaha Jane McGinnis Lula McNally Benny Meade Arthur Michels Sharon Miller Melba Morrell 31 Jeryl Mumpower Paul Newman Barry Myers Anthony Myers Anthony Phillips Virgil Pierce Kenneth Pierson Roy Ratcliff Randall Roark Raymond Roark Sharon Robinson Fred Rogers Phyllis Rogers Charlene Seats 32 Phyllis Smithson Stanley Smithson Edward Stewart Tony Stitt Gary Swiney Landra Tabor Irene Tester Linda Tester Kenneth Thacker Clarice Thomas Brenda Trivett Benny Weaver Mary Lou Wise Kay Wright 33 OFFICERS: President, Jackie Bolling; Vice President, Charles White; Secretary, Linda Tallman; Trea- surer, David Mahaffey. SPONSORS: Mrs. Pinkston, Mr. Mitchell, Mrs. Bowen. SOPHOMORES 34 Reba Alford Clayton Arnold Freddie Arnold Dorwin Baines Johnny Baines Ricky Basham Frances Bentley Sharon Bentley Jackie Bolling Cecil Booher Clyde Boyd Roger Boyd Sonja Boyd De wayne Brown Bobby Callahan 35 Joyce Carrier Bobby Carrier Beryl Casaday Patricia Clark Gary Combs Dorothy Cox Hershel Crusenberry Allen Cross Lois Deel H. M. Denton Kenneth Denton Phyllis Denton Linda Duncan Hugh Fuller Amaris Galloway Noretta Graybeal Judy Green 36 Connie Guinn Ann Harrison Larry Hawk Nancy Hicks Jimmy Helbert Shirley Helbert Deborah Houser Carol Hutton Allen Jackson Betty Johnson Connie Johnson Jenny Kesner Jerry Landore Robert Lawson Homer Leonard 37 Steve Morrell Rudy Morrell Carl Nixon Donna O ' Dell Diana Owens Bobby Pentecost David Phillips Richard Pierce Nancy Rash Paul Reece Linda Roark Phyllis Rutherford 38 Kenneth Smith Debron Smith Judy Smithson Marcia Smithson Allen Stidham Phyllis Stone Linda Tallman Robert Tester Donald Thomas 39 FRESHMEN Sandra Blevins Allen Booher Keith Booher Rhon Booher Mary Lou Bowers James Bowman Noreen Buckles Karen Carr Jewel Clark Ellis Combs Alice Cross Phyllis Dillard Alice Allison Dorothy Armstrong Linda Baines Patricia Baines Bruce Baumgardner Betty Beeler Gladys Bentley James Blevins Jerry Blevins 41 ; Richard Duncan Leonard Falls Brenda Fritts Larry Fritts Ronnie Fox Sue Fuller Johnny Gillispi Manda Graham Cecil Gross Kathy Gross Larry Guess Gregory Hatfield Susan Hawthorne Eddie Hayden Sandra Helbert 42 Betty Hicks Shirley Hicks Shirley Hinkle Elgin Humphrey Sandra Jackson Janie Jones Judith King Doris Lane Darlene Leonard Carolyn Lingerfelt James Mahaffey Frank Manuel Bill McGee Patricia McGinnis Carol Miller Barbara Montgomery Janie Montgomery Carolyn Moore June Morrell Linda Morrell Retha Morrell 43 Denver Morse Edward Mottern Elizabeth Mutter Eddie Neely Frances Price Charles Pyle Carol Rhymer Doris Rhymer Randall Richards Larry Roberts Bill Rolland Charles Ross Larry Rouse Edward Rowlette Wayne Rush Phyllis Rutherford Nancy Scyphers Clarence Seats 44 Ward Seats Faye Shaffer Frank Smith Johnny Smith Roger Smith Tommy Smithson Louise Stout Carolyn Talbert Mike Taylor David Thacker Mike Thacker Joan Trivette Betty Vance Bobby Vaughan Cathy Weaver Shirley White Bertha Widner Ronnie Wynegar 45 SPONSOR: Mrs. Holden; PRESIDENT, Doris Arnold; VICE-PRESIDENT, Sharon Rutherford; SECRETARY, Dorothy Johnson; TREASURER, Barbara Cardwell. 46 Doris Arnold Dorothy Johnson Barbara Jones Ernest Richards Wayne Rogers Sharon Rutherford Marie South Robert Tallman James Tallman Linda Taylor Rhonda Widner Judy Wise Barbara Woods Johnny Arnold Peggy Arnold Barbara Cardwell Brenda Counts Brenda Cox Shirley Cox Hadley Gross Deborah Howington 47 SPONSOR: Mr. Donald Emmert; Clarence Denton, Jane Graham, Mary Akers, Mikeal Rose. 48 Mary Akers Glenna Arnold Richard Arnold Clarence Denton Faye Fleenor Jane Graham Cathy Harless Faye Kennedy Verna Kennedy Lillian Lunsford Sarah Lunsford Robert Montgomery Ralph Newman Elizabeth Parks Vina Potter Michael Pyle Karen Richards Wilma Rogers Mikeal Rose Linda Smith Kyle Thomas Judy Trivett Phyllis Webster James Widner Margaret Widner Carol Widner Nancy Widner 49 Roy Blevins Ted Booher Bobby Carlyle Larry Carrier Kenneth Epperson Jimmy Flick Norman Hunt Ike Lowry Arthur Micheals Carl Nixon Norman Norris Eddie Perry Tony Phillips Virgil Pierce Fred Rogers Ronnie Rogers Larry Rosenbalm Oscar Stewart Jimmy Sutherland Ken Thacker Bennie Weaver Roger Woods k TECHNICAL SCHOOL STUDENTS 51 w holstqh vallev chapt ORGANIZATIONS ADVISOR: Mr. Erwin -- ARTISTS: Bert Callahan, Janice Blevins ADVISOR: Miss Rutherford -- CO-EDITORS: Willie Officld, Herbert Morrell CRITERION ADVISOR: Miss Barr -- LAYOUT EDITORS: Bonnie Hughes, Tommy King, Linda Rhymer BLACK QUILL AND SCROLL: ADVISOR: Mrs. Stewart -- Connie Rice, Ronnie Gardner, Debbie Childress, Marie Galloway, Willie Offield ARTISTS: Sharon Bentley, Larry Fritts JACK-OF -ALL-TRADES: Betsy Hobbs, Marsha Hatfield Sandra Reynolds, Doug Duncan, Becky Fleenor, Patty Morris, Roy Roberts, Linda Bowman STAFF POLICE CHIEF: Mack Godsey -- STAFF MEMBERS: Bert Callahan, Debbie Childress, Marsha Hatfield ANCHOR BETA TYPISTS: Jo Ann South Wilma Rogers Charlotte France AND WHITE SPORTS: Doug Duncan, David Mahaffey, Maurice Allison, Dave Garland, Connie Rice EDITORS AND REPORTERS: Willie Offield, Debbie Childress, Marie Gal- loway, Ronnie Gardner, Patricia Clark, Ann Harrison, Manda Graham, Janet Eldreth, Norma Scyphers BETA CLUB Members receiving Beta Club Journals . . OFFICERS FOR FIRST SEMESTER: PRESIDENT: Willie Offield, VICE- PRESIDENT: Jeryl Mumpower, SEC- RETARY: Helen King, TREASURER: Duane Tallman, PARLIAMENTARIAN: Linda Blankenbeckler, REPORTER: Carolyn Silcox PREPARING FOR AN ASSEMBLY PROGRAM: Linda Rhymer, Cecil Booher, Herbert Morrell, Ann Har- rison, Patsy Baines, Norma Scyphers The Anchor Club is a community service club stressing leadership and fellowship for future business women. The public services include sponsoring TB Drives, supporting March of Dimes, and helping orphans. Our recreational activities include proms, skating parties, dances, and pizza parties. SPONSOR: Miss Booher -- PRESIDENT: Linda Rhymer, VICE-PRESIDENT: Lana Booher, TREA- SURER: Janice Blevins, REPORTER: Wilma Rogers, SWEETHEART: Herbert Morrell Anchor Club Emblem Display June MaGaha Connie Rice Patty Morris FIDORA: senorita Edith M. Davis -- OFFICERS: PRESE- DENTE: Lucia Kesner, VICE- PRESEDENTE: Linda Tallman, SECRETARIA: Isabel Eldreth, TESORERO: Cecilio Booher, SARGEMTO: David Mahaffey, PROYECTOS: Dorotea Arm- strong, REPORTERA: Patricia Baines. EL CLUB ESPANOL The projects and activities in which the Club Espanol members have participated include the initiation and party for new members, selling hot dogs during the band festival, watching films about Spain shown by a naval officer, presenting a Pinata Fiesta as an assembly program, and visiting local colleges for Spanish programs. Initiation . . . Poco a poco se va lejos -- (el mote) 58 SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club consists of nine members who work together to sponsor science scholarships, out- ings for club members, films and the science fair. The club aim is to increase our knowledge and im- portance of science to our community and nation. SPONSORS: Mr. Shaw and Mr. McClellan -- OFFICERS: PRESIDENT: Benny Weaver, VICE-PRESIDENT: Ricky Basham, SEC- RETARY: Phyllis Rutherford, TREASURER: Peggy Combs 59 FHA F.H.A. Calendar of 1965-66 September -- Organization and formu- lation of work October -- Initiation November -- Barn Dance and a Thanks- giving project December -- Sending a box to Viet Nam January -- Sock Hop in the gymnasium February -- F. F. A. and F.H.A. Party March -- F.H.A. Week April -- Banquet May -- Election of 1966-67 officers SPONSOR: Miss Barr -- OFFICERS: PRESIDENT: Judy Carr, VICE-PRESIDENT: Betty Emmert, HIS- TORIAN: Martha Beeler, REPORTER: Betty Grubb OFFICERS: SECRETARY: Sandy Foster, TREA- SURER: Karen Carr, PARLIAMENTARIAN: Irene Tester, PIANIST: Patsy Christian, SONG LEADER: Nancy Hicks 60 FFA The F.F.A. boys have participated in the Sullivan County Soil Judging Con- test, the National F. F. A. Convention held in Kansas City, Missouri, and the District Parliamentary Procedure Con- test. They have been in charge of the concession stand at the home basket- ball games and have sold tractor hitch pens to area farmers. Jim Mahaffey, a freshman " green hand, " won the Sec- ond District Creed Contest. b 1 SWEETHEART: Linda Rhymer -- OFFICERS: SEN- TINEL: Jerry Landore, REPORTER: Duane Tallman, SECRETARY: Brock Fleenor SPONSOR: Mrs. Holden -- PRESIDENT: Judy- Green, VICE-PRESIDENT: Barbara Hutton, SECRETARY: Judy Morrell, TREASURER: Donna O ' Dell President Judy r Green is reading the morning devotion, a project of the Bible Club. BIBLE CLUB fi2 Shelving Books . . . LIBRARY CLUB SPONSOR: Miss Rotenberry PRESIDENT : Barry Myers VICE-PRESIDENT: Phyllis Woodby SECRETARY: Kathy Weaver TREASURER: Billy Callahan The Library Club members carry out various activi- ties such as checking in and out books, dusting li- brary shelves, and shelving books. They also make a bulletin board display both for the library and for the front hall of the school building. 61 Making Bulletin Board . . . H0R ti ssSk ■ X ' Wrs . • f i”v W .s?Hmb. tK -«r f ■ PSiff ix " f, w- f- .. - Ifw . Ib k: ' - ATHLETICS BASKETBALL Holston Valley 66 Mountain City 40 Holston Valley 39 Church Hill 42 Holston Valley 61 Unaka 69 Holston Valley 41 Tenn. High 61 Holston Valley 44 Unaka 59 Holston Valley 43 Holston 62 Holston Valley 57 Mountain City 55 Holston Valley 50 Church Hill 61 Holston Valley 40 Hampton 85 Holston Valley 51 Blountville 43 Holston Valley 51 Mary Hughes 74 Holston Valley 59 Bluff City 68 Holston Valley 61 Bluff City 62 Holston Valley 33 Sullivan 58 Holston Valley 59 Lynn View 94 Holston Valley 54 Ketron 65 Holston Valley 51 Blountville 55 Holston Valley 67 Holston 57 Holston Valley 46 Bluff City 59 Holston Valley 67 Lynn View 83 Holston Valley 34 Ketron 36 Holsto n Valley 48 Hampton 67 Holston Valley 56 Sullivan 85 66 CHEERLEADERS Sandra Reynolds Bonnie Hughes Connie Rice Marie Galloway Linda Rhymer Wilma Rogers 67 68 69 JUNIOR VARSITY RASKETRALL Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Holston Valley Score Score 35 Church Hill 30 29 Unaka 32 23 Tenn. High 29 35 Unaka 41 38 Holston 44 44 Mountain City 26 34 Church Hill 33 47 Hampton 58 37 Blountville 35 32 Mary Hughes 36 43 Bluff City 40 47 Mountain City 22 26 Sullivan 38 44 Lynn View 45 37 Ketron 40 49 Blountville 50 40 Holston 36 37 Bluff City 43 35 Lynn View 24 24 Ketron 47 42 Hampton 46 45 Sullivan 60 70 71 CROSS- During the 1965-66 school year the Holston Valley Cross-Country team placed third in the state finals at Nashville. They previously had won the Upper Lakes Conference Championship and the Region I Championship. This year the Rebels had a record of eleven wins and three losses. The Rebels de- feated such teams as Kingsport, Hampton, Chatta- nooga, Knoxville, Oak Ridge, Nashville, Memphis Catholic, Blountville, and powerful Johnson City in the Region finals. The Rebels ' only losses were to Johnson City and Clarksville in the state finals at Nashville. The Rebels ' trip to the state finals this year marked the third straight year for seniors -- Dave Garland, Charles Foran, and second for Clarence Keith. Clarksville raced away with the championship while Memphis edged the Rebels out for second. In the state competition the Rebels placed 7th in 1963 and 5th in 1964. Coach Ralph Erwin, Jr. , in 1966-67 has returning such fine boys as Jeryl Mumpower, Ronnie Fox, Jim Smith, Dave Mahaffey, and Homer Leanord, all of whom went to the state finals this year. He will also have these promising freshman -- Pete Pyle, Jim Mahaffey and Ellis Combs. 72 73 SEASON RECORD 1964-65 WON 7 -- LOST 4 Even though we lost such outstanding boys as Tony Morrell, Gary Garland, Kenny Gross and Benny Shaffer by graduation, we still had a successful season. Although Holston Valley has the smallest enrollment of any school in the conference that participates in track, we have managed to field winning teams the past three con- secutive seasons. Some of our most consistent point-getters were Dave Garland, Irby Blevins, Clarence Keith and Jim Smith. 74 75 BASEBALL Wins -- - 2 Loses --9 Holston Valley 4 Holston 6 Holston Valley 0 Mary Hughes 12 Holston Valley 0 Sullivan 3 Holston Valley 1 Holston 7 Holston Valley 7 Sullivan 5 Holston Valley 5 Blountville 3 Holston Valley 3 Bluff City 7 Holston Valley 3 Lynn View 20 Holston Valley 3 Ketron 10 Holston Valley 3 Bluff City 5 Holston Valley 0 Blountville 9 76 77 ACTIVITIES MISS JONES HONORED BY ALUMNI . . . On May 29, 1965, a program was given honoring Miss D. Jones who resigned after having taught at Holston Valley for twenty- nine years. This program was a complete surprise to Miss Jones. Miss Jones sat on the stage as the program was presented. Mr. Howard Taylor was master of ceremonies and each graduating class was represented by a member of the class telling an interesting fact about their senior year. Mr. Earl Rogers presented Miss Jones with the color televistion bought by the alumni of Holston Valley. Afterwards a reception was held in the li- brary at which students served. 80 AND FACULTY At the Holiday Inn on May 8, 1965, during the afternoon from four-thirty to six o ' clock the faculty honored one of their colleagues Miss Daphne Jones, who retired at the end of the school year after being head mathematics in- structor at Holston Valley since the school opened in 1936. Mr. Harmon Peters, who also started teaching at Holston Valley with Miss Jones in 1936, presented her the gift from the faculty --a silver bowl engraved with Faculty 1965. 81 HONORS BANQUET The Honors Banquet, which is a special project of the South Holston Ruritan Club, was held May 15 at Emmett ' s Elementary School to honor Holston Valley students for outstanding scholastic achieve- ment during the school year 1964-65. The honor students represented those students making the honor roll four out of five times at the end of each six-weeks period, averaging the highest grade in each class, averaging the highest grade in each sub- ject matter, averaging the highest grade in school, and doing outstanding work in extracurricular activities . Mr. Fred Tackett, president of the Ruritan Club, introduced the honor students and their parents, Holston Valley faculty members, and members of the Ruritan Club. Individual faculty members presented honor awards: Miss Davis, Spanish award; Miss Rotenberry, Li- brary Club awards; Miss Jones, Criterion Staff pins; Mrs. Stallard, shorthand and typing awards; Mr. Bailey, highest average from each class and subject matter awards. 82 Charlotte Thomas Highest average in the twelfth grade and History award. Lorraine Morrell Shorthand award. Willie Offield Typing and Chemistry awards. Duane Tallman Highest average in the eleventh grade and Vo. Ag. Ill award. Irby Blevins American Government aw ard . Carolyn Silcox Highest average in the ninth grade and Algebra I award. Ann Harrison Science award. Sharron Baines Spanish award. Charles O ' Dell World History award. Eddie Lucas Advanced Math award. Jeryl Mumpower Highest average in school, English and Geometry awards. John Buchanan Mechanical Drawing award (Trade School). 83 ANNIE GET YOUR GUN 84 85 86 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM JUNIOR PLAY ’66 Linda Keith Isobel Lana Booher Kathi Sharon Miller Dora Brock Fleenor Jeff Benny Meade Dixie Jeryl Mumpower Buzz Peggy Combs Betts Chuck King Wally Connie Funk Lucinda Bill Callahan Stan 88 JUNIOR PLAY ’65 GREAT CAESAR ' S GHOST Duane Clark Connie Rice Ronnie Gardner . Judy Stophel Ingle Morrell Bonnie Hughes Roy Roberts Debbie Childress Linda Rhymer Winfield Trivetf.e Mary Jane Offield Betsy Hobbs Tommy King 89 THE ’ 66 WHO’S WHO 90 AT HOLSTON VALLEY NEATEST Connie Rice Wayne Holden MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Linda Rhymer Bert Callahan 91 92 93 CRITERION STAFF 94 ENTERTAINED 95 OBSERVING VETERANS DAY " If it ' s not worth fighting for, it ' s not worth having! Those were the words and the sentiment expressed as we students observed Veterans Day in a special pro- gram honoring America ' s fighting men, both living and dead, from World War I to the Viet Nam conflict. The program in the auditorium was kicked off by a dramatic flag-raising outside the school, including a color guard made up of students in reserve training -- Charles Claiborne, Kenny Cross, Jimmy Flick, and Jim Sutherland. Col. Robert Ferrell served as com- manding officer of the detail of other servicemen present. 96 TRIMMING THE TREE . . . CHRISTMAS PROGRAM SETTING THE STAGE . . . Due to the unfortunate loss of our music teacher Mrs. George Naff, we almost didn ' t have a Christmas musical program; but Mrs. Holden, a lady of many talents and sponsor of the Bible Club was asked to di- rect this year ' s program. She di- rected a most interesting program composed of last year ' s mixed chorus and members of the Bible Club. PRACTICING . . . 97 SADIE HAWKINS CELEBRATION m m Wfrj it - •nfc p " t 98 99 SENIOR DOINGS 100 101 SENIOR PLAY ’ 66 . OFF THE TRACK Morgan Ingle Morrell Silgs Winfield Trivetta. Flickie FindaJBowman Connie Rice j oall Sharron Wagner Mrs. Guarino Bonnie Hughes Antonia Marie Galloway Duane Clark Mr. Pozenby A1 Wolfe Willie . R°y Roberts .Evalina Maxsah Hatfiel d- Mrs. Vanderventer J ut iy Stophel Miss Pidgie Betsy Hobbs 102 FHA BANQUET Using an April Love theme and decorations consisting of hearts and cupids with pink carnations for each guest, the FHA ' ers held their annual banquet at tire Dogwood Room on April 10, 1965. The Rev. Hugh Ferguson, the guest speaker, used " Preparations for Marriage " as his topic. 103 «£S SENIOR COURT ATTENDANTS Linda Rhymer Gary Barnette Janice Blevins, Randy Bowers Bonnie Hughes, Gary Rice 104 ATTENDANTS Willie Offield Gene Delaney KING Herbert Morrell QUE EN Patty Morris 105 r % LIFE AT HOLSTON VALLEY 108 109 110 Ill ■lilililililililili 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 HERE AND THERE WITH THE FACULTY 120 J ' ft 121 us Aupo A ZsU guJ)- Ar Ae AjUuso ?Ae VL4 Au uA ZjJ 8aA - Ox ?l Z Ly A) ZUt OA A ' ojU? 1$jl. A ua - y J2 . : t£ A e_ ZAj2 u- tpo pzes-s ZZ iA ZI ao iwl s Z AAX; OpU AA • . . fj O V io quJ vtdjy - LvuC flULrtwd J IA J)iurfod ' , GOyru) -Ikc Uj-Cr xlLti iAj f s j Upv- ' t jwjl, o u L cJiL tkju 0-tAjc _ j U_ tTAj | ru tkju (LOjJ Ctll A IjC ' UL ■ U)-Kj ecruJLfi L J ' S ' UX vC Av - X Lfc A bt ' tXA Cr jJi (Xm_ ct rceLt IOi i dyc . e? iLi. (JUj _a JL fl d o j o j£u lLj JulAaHALc . QiX Cj jxcv . 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EAST TENNESSEE APPLIANCE CO, Frigidaire Sales Service 24-4th St. Phone 764-5164 9 0 Compliments of APPALACHIAN ATHLETIC HOUSE De VAULTS, INC. Athletic Supplies, Sporting Goods 14 Lee St . Bristol, Virginia Ph°9V GV5L „ U-h VTTUT ' t ,h BRISTOL TRAILER, SALES } INC. o t tL4i r ‘ ypbo , :nn Lw we ' John R. Sneed Phone: Vice-President 764-65JT ' L « 77 " o V o f I -i, jTTT T -? NATIONAL FABRIC ' S C i4- Citi«s°L£ ' e St SeJ €H » " K A iS 4 Euclid Avenue Bristol, Virginia Dial 669-1119 _ e3c -cL P- L t?) A €- 5 i Compliments of VALLEYDALE PACKERS, INC. Valleydale Meat Products Bristol, Virginia HfiU-f iSifF fe OTUITING OFFICE 46 PieUmQnt Street BarTstol, Virginia Sgt . W htherly g y vS y_e r s . Jon5s ( Q " 7 mercial Lollege i l cL W iX4 n%M ) p24 Established 1895 Mary Ellis Wright, Executi s ' FULL COURSE OR SHORT TERM TRA LYING t . rfjt . Certified bv the M ' MemWrM l ej j n . y p Tennessee State Board for rivate Business Schools Stenographi c Sec retarial Executive ' Secretarial „ , M$a- United Busir e_ss Schools As s oblation Bookkeeping JUnior Accounting Clerical and Receptionist IBM Card Punch T rainins Day and Night Classes % King Building 8-1 2 Fifth Street Bristol ' , Tennessee Air Conditioned T elephone s Day -- 968-1422 Night -- 764-1435 LEO ' S EXTERMINATING COMPANY Licensed and Bonded Termite Control PH. 968-3442 PH. Abingdon 628-3928 Pest Control Highway 421 Bristol, T enn . PIEDMONT LAUNDRY, INC. 309 Piedmont Street Bristol, Virginia Phone 669-3332 BUNTING ' S When in Bristol Make Bunting ' s Your Headquarte rs • spnayf aoqpSiaj [ 91419 A I u O S TT 99 noA 0Atq no A opj tnjajBQ sg MCKAMEY ' S SHOE SHOP 21 Moore St. Bristol, Virginia All Work Guaranteed R. Lynn Fleenor, President TYPEWRITER SALES AND SERVICE CO. Complete Office Outfitters Phone 764-3101 832 State Street Bristol, Tennessee R. L. SHIPLEY We Sell Wayfarer and American Gentleman Shoes for the entire family BRISTOL HOME TRADE STORE Next Door to People ' s Drug r 1 j . £ « 4 $ it ' faL £ P- 5 ; ' v IS " S 3 i %i ig .V 1 a o ' O ? 3 J s, 3 5 « 4 r 3 ? 3 I i z Jkt s tSlJL; H JL rt. T . . , (l y U A WiTit zzrryX j 0 v Xbp y ' i - ■ j_J c Ci J- . y?t 7 Ut ° wCTKa) d u -- s-- c Monroe International $ ’ ' jSL 2 — o_ b g JCL f -4v v.icJl . OL JT , -i - . C GTVOVCltlOn X Xll ' p ' - CkJLJL- ' ;j qT-zzl, ' IS Br istoLPlant ' 2 " ;u t- -a V alley D rive Bristol, Virginia Sales Office Z003 W. State Wh ma CHILDRESS POULTRY FARM Route 4 764-5961 Bristol, Tennessee TREE 0 IUBMHNE Offering Special Rates to Schools Z17 McDowell Phone 7 64- 1 5 Z 1 Bristol, Tennessee GRAHAM SCHOOL PICTURES, INC 17Z5 Edgemont Avenue B ristol, T enn . Phone 764-7168 V— CMP, GA) Compliments of Friend Refreshing remembrance Compliments of STATE LINE CONFECTI 1007 West State,, Bristol, Va, Phone 669 -9bp68 Robert H , Hunt e- Ow fer Compliments of v ijRALL BROS. FURNITURE CO V 0 A Bristol ' ' Wlirgini Tennessee — m BOiy STOICS . s tol - Va . T emh . -x ns VPi | rc e cl Ela r r i i Ws ?i ky n g s C r ed Ipfns V BOB ' S DE IJ ATESSEN Go el Thjmgs T PEat Pizzas - andilrchelR Box Lunches H£5me Salads y y 2 m E.vpvdar St. rA GkAyBEJaL ' S GROCERY service station Tip acoMnd Havoline Products RofSte 3, Bristol, Tenn. r V 764-7791 Compliments of McCLURE MOTORS - K Compliments of BOB ' S CONFECTIONERY Compliments of COWAN BROTHERS Bristol, Virginia TRI-STATE DISCOUNT CENTER Weaver Funeral Home 24 Hour Ambulance Service 630 Locust Street f j|r P.O. Box 324 Bristol, Tennessee Bristol, Virginia 45 Big Departments Open 9 A. Mo to 9 P.M. X » j v »» ’( » Bristol ' s Great Department Store ,w I V t I 4 • ' «. •• : Serving Southwest Virginia and East Tennessee for more than 7 6 years . RALPH ' S State at Penn . Bristol When You Think Of Clothes Think Of ,jla O Q-cb c -j ' ' -pew (V ■ApQrpJL yis fa - ' PAjNZ ' SJ m emts of n HATCHER ' S CLEANE7 SOUTHS! DE SHOPPING CENTER Bristol, Tennessee AND , J , FURRIER ' S COMFORT-, S OUR BU S CAPITOL 0 7 mutation S ’Kjicz, 715 BLUFF CITY HWY. PHONE 764-6231 BRISTOL, TENNESSEE CECIL CARRIER ' S ESSO GRILL FRANKLIN SAVINGS LOAN CORP. Highway 4Z1 -- Bristol, Tennessee 29 Sixth Street, Bristol, T enn . Loans, Savings Acc ., Financing Paul A. Morrell Telephone Manager 764-2161 Phone 764-5738 BOOSTERS Tenn. Trim Auto Accessories Dr. T. R. Bowers Dr. King Jamison M. D. E. D. Darter Morrell ' s Auto Sales Bell Brother ' s Shoes Smith Floral Company F aucette S. P. Rutherford Transfer Preston Farm Industrial Corp. Hatcher Brother ' s Used Cars Baines Upholstering Shop Neal ' s Atlantic Jacob ' s Creek Job Corps Key Staff Morgan Studios Furrow ' s Mack A Godsey, Chief of Police Parks-Belk Company Kern ' s Bakery Richard Dickerson Studio Jefferson Standard Life Ins. , Bob Gurley Riley Real Estate Johnson Bros. Auto Sales Hull Company R. D. Poindexter, Dentist

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