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Mrs. Jeanette Wagoner, the school bookkeeper, confers with Mrs. Sue Poston, the school secretary. Mrs. Stanley Wagoner, B.S., Shorthand, Typing, Book- keeping, Office Practice, and School Bookkeeper Miss Ruth Whitt, B.S., Radford College, Physical Education Mrs. Ben Whittington, B.S., Radford College, English Miss Mildred Tate, B.S., Madison College, Home Economics Mrs. Frank Taylor, B.S., Radford College, English Mrs. Eugene Vicars, B.S., Radford College, English 17
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Mrs. Hugh Lynch, B.A., Emory and Henry College, Biology and Science Mr. Donald Moore, B.S., Emory and Henry College, Algebra and Geometry Mr. Ronald M. Osborne, B. Berea College, Math and Algebra Mrs. Fred G. Pruner, B.S., Lincoln Memorial University, General Business and Typing Mr. Carl Richards, B.S., East Tennessee State University, Math S., 7 ' acufty Mr. J. Taylor Skeen, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Agriculture Miss Blanche Campbell and Mrs. James Gilmer, guidance teachers, search the files for information on students.
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G a asses Students came to school with the expectation of plenty of study seasoned with the right amount of fun. The eighth graders appeared awed at the challenge of the coming years. Freshmen had become conservative after having found that study is required for success. Sophomores began more concentrated study in biology, algebra, and French. Juniors faced a year of hard work and the responsibility for raising money to fi- nance the Senior Prom. Seniors happily began that long anticipated year which included exercising cherished priv- ileges, receiving classrings, enjoying Rat Week, and trying out for the Sr. Play. June brought graduation and the end of their high school career. As the Class of 1966 left, they went remem- bering that their quest of academic achievement at LHS had brought work and play, laughter and tears, and friends and moments never to be for- gotten. Jorcuarcf IN QUEST OF
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