Narrows High School - Narrosonian Yearbook (Narrows, VA)
- Class of 1968
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mk U jj.. ■Pr k 1 T .■ jfWmr -. Vmv : g . Bfcr kS EyH L, v. Jm |Bfy m 1JFV. The Spirit of N.H.S. As leaves of gold, and red and brown Wend their way to the barren ground, Hopes are high and hearts are gay As we cheer our players all the way. Soon wintry snows begin to fall, White are the streets and trees so tall, There’s still a rush with vigor and zest To tell the world that we’re the best. The sun is bright and skies are blue, Flowers emerge with a lovely hue, We’re still with the teams as they defend With faith and devotion to the very end. Now school is over and summer is here, We’re left with our memories so precious and dear, But one thing stands out above the rest, The wonderful SPIRIT of N. H. S. -Annual Staff of 1968 ■37 0 Nte Published by The Juniors and Seniors of Narrows High School Narrows, Virginia EDITOR Joy McClaugherty BUSINESS MANAGER Steve Lewis CIRCULATION MANAGER Jon Swope % i HI 2 Nmmiw toes ' ■’: v ! ' ,‘V ' V M .3ft •je 3 Dedication To a man whose contributions to Narrows High School have been endless; whose loyalty and determination have set a glowing example for all who know him; whose honesty and sincerity have led him to great heights of respect and admiration from students and teachers alike; and to one who has done so very much to shape our lives through his standards of integrity and good sportsmanship . . , The 1968 NARROSONIAN is proudly dedicated to . . . 4 Mr. William B. Patteson, Jr. 5 Foreword As we, the Seniors of Narrows High School, prepare to leave the friends we love so much, we think back and remember our first day as members of a school that would love us as much as we loved it. The confusion and excitement, the bewilderment and magnificance of that single day would not let us believe that we were someday destined to become Seniors. Then as the days turned into weeks, the weeks to months, and the months, years; we slowly be- gan to mold into what seemed to be a typical class. But deep down in our hearts, we realize that ours certainly wasn’t so ordinary as we wonder what kept us all so close yet so far apart. Enough of reminiscing, the time has come when we must take our place in society and look to the future for making America an even better place to live. The Class of ’68 is gone and we, our efforts, and our education are but a mere fond memory. —Dale Steven Lewis 6 Contents Dedication 4 Mr. William B. Patteson, Jr. Administration 12 Principal, Assistant Principal, Secretaries, Faculty Seniors 24 Officers, Class Members, Statistics, Directory Underclassmen 52 Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen, Eighth Graders Features 76 Honors, Senior Superlatives, Homecoming Activities 90 Clubs, Organizations, Assistants Sports 124 Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball, Tennis, Cheerleaders Ads Advertisements 144 7 Across the hills of ole Virginia, There comes a melody devine, It fills our hearts with deepest longing, And sweetest memories entwine, 8 It brings back thoughts of dear old school days, And friends we love so true, So while we’re singing, voices ringing, Love we’re bringing you . . . V, Rah! Rah! Rah! Hail Narrows! Hail Narrows! Hail Green and Gold! True as of old! Rah! Rah! 11 12 Administration 13 Principal HARRY C. RAGSDALE, B.S., M.S. Lynchburg College University of Virginia University of West Virginia Radford College 14 Assistant Principal C. ALLEN McCLAUGHERTY, B.S., M.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute Radford College University of North Carolina University of South Carolina University of Georgia FRANKIE M. STEVENS National Business College LaSalle Extension Secretary VIVIAN D. LEE Bristol Commercial College Secretary ROSE MARIE DUNFORD Teachers’ Aide 15 : KATHERN P. ALAMUDDEEN, B.A., M.A. Radford College East Carolina College Appalachian State Teachers College English, Dramatics Faculty JEWELL F. BALLARD, B.S. Concord College West Virginia University English, Reading THOMAS E. BALLARD, JR., B.S., M.A. Concord College Marshall University West Virginia University Government HELEN A. BLACKBURN, B.S. Radford College Virginia Polytechnic Institute University of Virginia Typing, Shorthand, Office Practice ) 1 16 C. J. BURGESS, B.A. Marshall University University of Kentucky Radford College University of Virginia Virginia Polytechnic Institute Biology, Science DONALD L. BROOKMAN, B.A., M.A. Emory and Henry College Radford College University of Virginia Guidance, Sociology ' ■ v; Emory and Henry College Virginia Polytechnic Institute Radford College University of Virginia Spanish, World History CATHERINE B. BROOKMAN, B.A. LUCILLE S. BROWN, B.S., M.S. Virginia Intermont Radford College University of Tennessee Virginia Polytechnic Institute University of Virginia Home Economics Faculty 17 ELAINE W. BURGESS, B.A. Marshall University Virginia Polytechnic Institute Radford College University of Virginia Typing, Bookkeeping, General Business ALICIA Y. COULTER, B.S. Concord College Mathematics Faculty PANCO A. CANTLEY, B.S. Morris Harvey College Radford College Physics, Science ROBERT E. FARMER, B.S. West Virginia University Concord College Driver Education 18 Faculty LARRY G. GREER, B.S., M.S. Concord College West Virginia University Ohio University U.S. History, World Geography MALETA C. GUTHRIE, B.S. Concord College University of Virginia Radford College Drake University Home Economics, Chemistry, Science GEORGIANA E. HALL, B.A. Stonewall Jackson College College of William and Mary Radford College University of Virginia English, Latin EVERETT A. HARDING, B.S. Lincoln Memorial University Virginia Polytechnic Institute Agriculture, General Mechanics 19 CUBA A. HARDWICK, B.A. Lynchburg College Virginia Polytechnic Institute University of Virginia English LUCY M. KIRK, B.S. Radford College Virginia Polytechnic Institute Guidance Faculty CHARLES R. HARTWELL, B.S. Bluefield State College Mechanical Drawing JAMES W. LANDRETH, B.S. Spartanburg Junior College Virginia Polytechnic Institute Radford College Distributive Education 20 Faculty ROBERT M. LILLY, B.S., M.S. Concord College Radford College Mathematics C. ALLEN McCLAUGHERTY, B.S., M.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute Radford College University of North Carolina University of South Carolina University of Georgia General Mechanics LOMA D. LOWE, B.A. Concord College Radford College University of Virginia Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Art, World Geography, Social Studies CATHERINE B. McGINLEY, B.A. College of William and Mary Radford College French, English 21 Faculty V. CEDELLA MILLER, B.S. Radford College Arkansas State Teachers College Mathematics GLORENA W. RADER, B.S. Radford College University of Virginia North Carolina State University Virginia Polytechnic Institute English WILLIAM B. PATTESON, JR., B.A. Emory and Henry College Radford College Virginia Polytechnic Institute University of Virginia Physical Education KATHERYN B. RING, B.S. Radford College U.S. History, English ROBERT C. PRICE, B.S., M.S. Concord College University of Tennessee Biology, Physical Education 22 Faculty RONALD D. SKEENS, B.S. Concord College University of Virginia Radford College Band, Choral Music MARGARET J. WILSON, B.S. Bob Jones University University of Virginia Physical Educati- MILDRED J. ZELL, A.B. Concord College University of Virginia Radford College Librarian 23 24 Seniors hw , U Senior Class Officers President — Joy McClaugherty Vice-President - Stanley Blankenship Secretary - Betty Jessee Treasurer — Jay Heslep 26 CHARLES FREDERICK AKERS “Charlie” ‘No man ever became wise by chance’ BRENDA KAY ARRINGTON “Brenda” ‘It is impossible to love and be wise at the same time’ THOMAS CLARENCE BALLARD “Tommy” ‘Every man has his own pleasures’ DAVID STEVENSON BEASLEY “Evil” ‘The sublime and the ridiculous are often so nearly related, that it is diffi- cult to class them separately’ Seniors VICKY SUE BAILEY “Vicky” ‘Genius is one per cent inspiration and ninety-nine per cent perspiration’ 27 BETTY SUE BLANKENSHIP “Betsy” ‘Speech is silver, silence is gold’ GLORIA JANE BLANKENSHIP “Glory” ‘By taking one step at a time one can go far’ Seniors STANLEY NEWTON BLANKENSHIP “Stan” ‘I shall never act differently, even if I have to die for it many times’ DONALD RAY BOULDIN “Roadrunner” ‘He wins control who controls himself WILLIAM MAURY BOWLES “Maury” ‘No man ever told a woman she talked too much when she was telling him how wonderful he is’ 28 JACKSON DEAN BRADLEY “Jackie” ‘If I have done the public any service, it is due to patient thought’ ELIZABETH THOMAS BROMLEY “Tommie” ‘What we have to learn to do, we learn by doing’ SANDRA YVONNE BURRESS “Sandy” ‘She acquires strength as she travels on’ CATHERINE LILLY CARR “Lil” ‘Boys will be boys, and even that wouldn’t matter if we could prevent girls from being girls’ Seniors BUFORD OWEN BUCKLAND “Bugs” ‘It is an undoubted truth, that the less one has to do, the less time one finds to do it in’ 29 ELDRIDGE DEAN CHRISTIAN “Bunny” ‘If only all were like him’ DEBORAH GAIL CLEVINGER “Debbie” ‘Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile’ Seniors DANNY PRESTON COLE “Nuck” ‘If you associate with the wise, you will become wise yourself BALLARD PRESTON CONLEY “Ballard” ‘The greatness of a man lies in his power to think’ SANDRA DARLENE CONLEY “Sandy” ‘Everything is worth talking about’ 30 ELBERT THOMAS CONLEY “T.C.” ‘The glory of great men must always be measured by the means they have used to obtain it’ EMILY JANE CONWELL “Emily” ‘Love is like the measles; we all have to go through it’ Seniors VIRGIL WAYNE DAVIS “Virg” ‘No person who is enthusiastic about his work has anything to fear from life’ WILLIAM BOYD DEHART “Bill” ‘He made his conscience not his guide but his accomplice’ DONNA LOUISE DENT “Donna” ‘Life is so simple but men insist on making it complicated’ r 31 GREGORY RIGGINS EATON “Pee Wee” Seniors JEAN WALL FERGUSON “Jean” ‘So far nobody has invented an intel- ligence test to equal matrimony’ ‘Character is much easier kept than recovered’ ELIZABETH MARIE EPPERLY “Liz” ‘A smile is the same in all languages’ BARRY LENDEN FERRELL “Barrell” ‘Each man’s mind is the man himself CAROL JEAN FLEEMAN “Polly” ‘My idea of an agreeable person is a person who agrees with me’ 32 STEPHEN ENSLEY FULLER “Sef” ‘If I could I would always work in silence and obscurity and let my ef- forts be known in their results’ MARY FRANCES G ALLION “Murry” ‘Do as you would be done by is the surest method that I know of pleasing’ ERMA SUE GREEN “Erma” ‘A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out’ VICKI LYNN HALE “Vick” ‘One can find women who have never had a love affair, but it is rare to find a woman who has had only one’ Seniors FRANCES ANITA GANOE “Nitabug” ‘Politeness is an easy inexpensive way to keep friends’ 33 PATRICIA GALE HANSBARGER “Trisha” ‘There is no love sincerer than the love of food’ JANICE DARLENE HARE “Janice” ‘No two human beings have made, or ever will make, exactly the same jour- ney in life’ Seniors DANNY LEE HAWLEY “Danny” ‘Believe nothing and be on guard against everything’ MICHAEL JAY HESLEP “Rowhe” ‘Our characters are the result of our conduct’ SARAH MALINDA HUDSON “Malinda” ‘If you can’t make a man think as you do, make him do as you think’ 34 ROGER DALE JENNINGS “Gomer” ‘A man doesn’t learn to understand anything unless he loves it’ ELIZABETH ELLEN JESSEE “Betty” ‘Goodness is the only investment that never fails’ Seniors REBECCA JANE JOHNSON “Becky” ‘We can do what we will if we only will to do what we can’ BEVERLY ANN JOHNSTON “Bev” ‘There is nothing else to do but enjoy oneself JAMES WILLIAM JOHNSTON, JR. “Gabby” ‘There is a big gap between saying and doing’ 35 WALTER ANDREW KERR “Swam” ‘The greatness of a man can nearly always be measured by his willingness to be kind’ HAROLD GENE LAFON “Harold Gene” ‘The man who attracts luck carries with him the magnet of preparation’ Seniors RAYMOND GREGORY LAFON “Kirby” ‘Take advantage of today and place no trust in tomorrow’ JAMES HOWARD LAMBERT “Jimmie” ‘Though I sit down now, the time will come when you will hear me’ MARY ANN ANITA LEGARD “Clyde” ‘This will never be a civilized country until we expend more money for books than we do for chewing gum’ 36 DALE STEVEN LEWIS “Doc” ‘Opinions cannot survive if one has no chance to fight for them’ DEVETTA EVELYN LONG “Evelyn” ‘Every life is a profession of faith, and exercises an inevitable and silent influence’ Seniors DONALD EDWARD LOWE “Red Man” ‘A perfectly normal person is rare in our civilization’ JOYCE ALLEN McCLAUGHERTY “Joy” ‘Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from them- selves’ BRENDA LEE McCLUNG “Brenda” ‘All the sounds of the earth are like music’ 37 Seniors STEPHEN WILLIAM MOLES “Hunk” ‘He deserves praise who does what he ought to do, not what he may do’ J. MACK McCRADY “J. Mack” ‘The world will, in the end, follow only those who have despised as well as served it’ CYNTHIA ANN MEADOWS “Sam” ‘I recommend you to take care of the minutes; for hours will take care of themselves’ DOUGLAS GLEN MULLINS “Chick” ‘There is a certain reward for the man who is faithful’ JONATHAN HALE MULLINS “Mulley” ‘Nature made him and then broke the mold’ 38 LINDA GALE MULLINS “Linda” ‘A smart girl is one who can refuse a kiss without being deprived ot if REX ALLEN MULLINS “Sexy Rexy” ‘I am ready at any time. Do not keep me waiting’ PAMELA KAY PARCELL “Pam” ‘Variety’s the very spice of life, that gives it all its flavor’ CONNIE SUE PERDUE “Connie” ‘Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace’ Seniors NANCEBELLE LOUISE OULD “Nancy” ‘The only way to have a friend is to be one’ 39 DIANE KAY PERDUE “Kay” ‘I could not live if I could not love’ RICHARD CLAYTON PERDUE “Ricky” ‘The man who makes a start has half the work done’ Seniors WILLIAM DEAN PERDUE “Bill” ‘If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow’ DEBORAH LYNN RAINES “Deb” ‘No woman would listen to you talk if she didn’t know it was her turn next’ CONSTANCE DEANNA RATCLIFFE “Connie” ‘Many girls are now getting men’s wages- -but then, haven’t they al- ways?’ 40 ROGER WAYNE REED “Buzzard” ‘It is true that two halves make a whole, but take note: no complete work results from work half done’ ELAINE LOUISE ROBERTSON “Elaine” ‘A woman’s tongue is her sword and she does not allow it to get rusty’ CONNIE MEADOWS SANTOLLA “Connie” ‘Women are all-powerful because they govern those who govern everything’ SARAH RUTH SHRADER “Dippy” ‘Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself Seniors VIRGINIA MALVERN SAAVEDRA “Malvern” ‘Education is a weapon, whose effect depends on who holds it in his hands and at whom it is aimed’ 41 THELMA CAROL SHRADER “Carol” ‘The face is the mirror of the soul’ Seniors EVELYN DARLENE SMITH “Darlene” ‘The road to wisdom is long by pre- cept, short and effective by example’ MARK WILBUR SIMMONS “Mark” ‘Every man is the architect of his own fortune’ TRUDY GAIL SNIDER “Trudy” ‘The word once uttered cannot be recalled’ ELWOOD SONGER, JR. “Butch” ‘Greatness lies not in being strong, but in the right use of strength’ 42 PATRICIA ANN SONGER “Pat” ‘Wit has truth in it; wisecracking is simply calisthenics with words’ CALVIN DEWARD SPANGLER “Tom” ‘Conscience takes up more room than all the rest of a person’s insides’ Seniors CORNELIA FRANCES SPANGLER “Connie” ‘Women have a keen sense of humor: the more you humor them, the better they like it’ DANIEL RALPH SPARKS “Spookie” ‘The trouble with the future is that it usually arrives before we’re ready for it’ DEBORAH JO STAFFORD “Debbie Jo” ‘Silence is a fine jewel for a woman, but it’s seldom worn’ 43 MYRTLE FRANCES SURRATT “Frannie” ‘A woman never admits she has lost an argument. She just thinks she has failed to make her position clear’ JONATHAN CUTHBERT SWOPE “Jon” ‘Let him carry off the prize who has merited it’ MITCHELL ANTHONY THOMPSON “Mitch” ‘Keep silent and be counted a phil- osopher’ ROCKY ALLEN THORNE “Rat” ‘Thinking is to me the greatest fatigue in the world’ 44 CASS MACK TURNER, JR. “Cass Malcolm” The man who thinks a pretty girl is like a melody is usually dancing to her tune’ SHARON ROSE TURNER “Mag” T never met a man I didn’t like’ ARNOLD CHESTER VASS “Chester” ' I am a conscientious man; when I throw rocks at seabirds, 1 leave no tern unstoned’ DEBORAH ANNE VEST “Debbie” ‘The years teach much which the days never know’ Seniors TRUDY ANN TURNER “Troots” ‘Men can be analyzed; women, merely adored’ 45 LARRY ALLEN VIARS “Viet Cong” ‘He labors in vain who strives to please everybody’ MARJORIE ELAINE WALDRON “Margie” The heart has its reasons which reason does not understand’ Seniors MICHAEL CURTIS WHITLOW “Dude” ‘Patience is the ability to idle your motor when you feel more like strip- ping your gears’ REGINA GALE WHITT “Gale” ‘Woman will be the last thing civilized by man’ SAMUEL MEADOW WICKLINE “Sam” ‘He is a wise man who speaks but little’ 46 RICHARD LEE WILLIAMS “Rick” ‘The man who chases two rabbits catches neither one’ DANIEL RAYMOND WIMMER “Muskrat” ‘There is no knowledge that is not power’ ELIZABETH GAIL WOODSON “Libby” ‘Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known’ Seniors BARBARA VAUGHN WITT “Bubba” ‘A woman’s mind is like wind in a winter’s night’ Not Pictured CALVIN BENTON MULLINS “Benny” ‘The sharp thorn often produces soft roses’ 47 Senior Statistics CHARLES FREDERICK AKERS Football 1; Track 1; Basketball 1; SCA 2; Baseball 2,3; Drama Club 4,5, Sergeant at Arms 5; Football Manager 4,5; Mono- gram Club 5. BRENDA KAY ARRINGTON Band 1,2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4; FBLA 3,4,5. VICKY SUE BAILEY SCA 1 ; GAA 2, 3,4, 5; FBLA 2, 3, 4, 5, Historian 5; National Hon- or Society 4,5; Keyettes 4,5, President 5; Pep Club 5; Inter- club Council 5. THOMAS CLARENCE BALLARD DE Club 3,5. DAVID STEVENSON BEASLEY Football 1,3, 4, 5; Basketball 1; Monogram Club 4,5; DE Club 4.5, Sergeant at Arms 5; Junior Class Vice-President; PE Assis- tant 4,5. BETTY SUE BLANKENSHIP GAA 2; Drama Club 4. GLORIA JANE BLANKENSHIP FHA 1; GAA 2,4; FBLA 3,4,5; Drama Club 5. STANLEY NEWTON BLANKENSHIP DE Club 3,4, Sergeant at Arms 5; Track 3; SCA 4; Senior Class Vice-President. DONALD RAY BOULDIN Art Club 2,3; DE Club 4,5; FBLA 4. WILLIAM MAURY BOWLES Art Club 1 ; FFA 3,4,5; DE Club 4,5. JACKSON DEAN BRADLEY Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain 5, All-District Football 5; DE Club 3; Monogram Club 4,5; PE Assistant 4,5; SCA 5. ELIZABETH THOMAS BROMLEY Band 1,2; GAA 2,3, 4,5; SCA 2; Latin Club 3,4,5; FHA 4,5; Drama Club 4; Keyettes 4,5, Reporter 5; National Honor Soci- ety 4,5; FT A 5. BUFORD OWEN BUCKLAND Art Club 1,2; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; DE Club 3.5. SANDRA YVONNE BURRESS Choir 1,3,4, 5, All-State Choir 5, Vice-President 5; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5. CATHERINE LILLY CARR Band 1,2; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Cheerleader 2,3,4, 5; National Honor Society 4,5; Keyettes 4,5, Treasurer 5; Pep Club 5; Annual Staff 5; SCA 5. ELDRIDGE DEAN CHRISTIAN FBLA 4; Drama Club 5. DEBORAH GAIL CLEVINGER Band 1,2; SCA 1,2, 3, 4; GAA 2, 3, 4,5, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, President 5; Latin Club 2,3; Spanish Club 4,5, Vice-President 5; Annual Staff 4,5; Keyettes 4,5; National Hon- or Society 4,5; Drama Club 4,5; Pep Club 5; Interclub Council 5; Salutatorian. DANNY PRESTON COLE BALLARD PRESTON CONLEY FFA 1,2, 3, 4,5, Vice-President 4; KVG 3,4,5. SANDRA DARLENE CONLEY FHA 1,2, Parliamentarian 2; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 5; PE Assistant 2; Latin Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4,5; Keyettes 4,5, Secretary 5; Drama Club 4; SCA 4,5, Secretary 5; Lab Assistant 4,5; FTA 5, Reporter and Point Recorder 5; Annual Staff 5. ELBERT THOMAS CONLEY FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Football 1; KVG 2, 3, 4, 5; FTA 4,5; Drama Club 5. EMJLY JANE CONWELL FHA 1,2,3 ; Choir 1,2; Lab Assistant 2,3; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Library Club 3,4,5, Vice-President 4. VIRGIL WAYNE DAVIS Band 1,2; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, 5; All- District Football 5, All-District Basketball 5; 8t,h Grade Class President; SCA 1,2, 3,4 ,5, Vice-President 4, President 5, Latin Club 2,3, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; Track 2, 3, 4, 5; Freshman Class Vice-President; Key Club 3,4,5, Sergeant at Arms 5; Sophomore Class Vice-President; Junior Class President; FTA 4,5; Monogram Club 4,5; National Honor Society 4,5; Old Dominion Boys’ State; Annual Staff 5. WILLIAM BOYD DEHART SCA 1; FBLA 4,5; Drama Club 5. DONNA LOUISE DENT FBLA 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 3; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Cheerleader 3,5; Pep Club 5. GREGORY RIGGINS EATON FFA 1. ELIZABETH MARIE EPPERLY FHA 1,2,3; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; FBLA 4,5, Treasurer 5. JEAN WALL FERGUSON FHA 4,5. BARRY LENDEN FERRELL Football 1; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4 ,5, Captain 3; Spanish Club 3,4,5, Reporter 5; FTA 3,4,5; Monogram Club 4,5; Drama Club 4,5. CAROL JEAN FLEEMAN GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; FHA 3,4; FBLA 4,5; Drama Club 4. STEPHEN ENSLEY FULLER Key Club 3,4,5; Forensics 3,4,5, Secretary -Reporter 4,5; Debate Club 3,4; Tennis 3; French Club 4; National Honor Society 4,5; FBLA 5. MARY FRANCES GALLION FHA 1,2, 3, 4; GAA 2,3,4; PE Assistant 2,3; FBLA 3; DE Club 4,5; Pep Club 5. FRANCES ANITA GANOE Choir 3. ERMA SUE GREEN DE Club 5. VICKI LYNN HALE Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Librarian 5; Latin Club 2,3,5; Drama Club 4,5; Keyettes 4,5; National Honor Society 4,5; FTA 4,5; Science Assistant 4; Pep Club 5; Office Assistant 5. PATRICIA GALE HANSBARGER FHA 1,2; Latin Club 2; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Cheerleader 2,3; SCA 3; FBLA 4,5; Drama Club 5; Pep Club 5. JANICE DARLENE HARE GAA 2; Transferred to Pulaski 3; Transferred from Pulaski 5. DANNY LEE HAWLEY 48 Senior Statistics Transferred from Ripley, W. Va. 5. MICHAEL JAY HESLEP Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; SCA 2,5; Latin Club 2,3, President 3; Tennis 2,3,4; Key Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Sophomore Class President; Mono- gram Club 4,5; National Honor Society 4,5, Vice-President 4, President 5; Interclub Council 5; Senior Class Treasurer; Annual Staff; Old Dominion Boys’ State. SARAH MALINDA HUDSON FHA 2,3; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5, Point Recorder 3; Cheerleader 2,3; FBLA 4,5; Pep Club 5. ROGER DALE JENNINGS FFA 1,2, 3,4; DE Club 4,5. ELIZABETH ELLEN JESSEE GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 2,3,5, FTA 4,5, President 5; Interclub Council 5; Keyettes 4,5, Reporter 4; Pep Club 5, Vice-President 5; Senior Class Secretary ; FHA 5; Freshman Class Homecoming Princess. REBECCA JANE JOHNSON FHA 1,2,3; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; FBLA 4,5, Parliamentarian 5. BEVERLY ANN JOHNSTON Band 1,2,3; FHA 1; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Spanish Club 3,4; Drama Club 4,5; Pep Club 5. JAMES WILLIAM JOHNSTON, JR. Band 1; SCA 1. WALTER ANDREW KERR, JR. SCA 1,4; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5, All-District Football 5; Basketball 1.2. 3. 4. 5, Co-captain 5, All-District Basketball 4,5; Track 2; Cross Country Track 2; Latin Club 3,4; Baseball 3,4; FTA 4,5; Monogram Club 4,5, President 5; Drama Club 4,5; Interclub Council 5. HAROLD GENE LAFON Football 1,4,5; Baseball 3,4,5; Monogram Club 4,5; Pep Club 5. RAYMOND GREGORY LAFON Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 3; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, 5, All-District Basketball 4,5; Track 1,2,3, 4, 5; Latin Club 3,4, Parliamentarian 4; Monogram Club 3,4,5; Drama Club 4,5; FBLA 4; Debate Club 5, Vice-President 5; Pep Club 5. JAMES HOWARD LAMBERT FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Honorary Member 5; KVG 2, 3, 4, 5. MARY ANN ANITA LEGARD FTA 1,2, 3, 4, Parli amentarian 3, Point Recorder 4; Art Club 1, 2,3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, 5; French Club 4,5; Drama Club 4,5; Pep Club 5. DALE STEVEN LEWIS Football 1; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3, 4.5, Reporter 4; Key Club 3,4,5; Drama Club 4,5, Vice-Presi- dent 4, President 5; Forensics 4; Debate Team 4; Annual Staff 4,5, Business Manager 5; Monogram Club 4,5, Secretary-Trea- surer 5; National Honor Society 4,5, Treasurer 5; Interclub Council 5; DAR Good Citizen. DEVETTA EVELYN LONG FHA 4. DONALD EDWARD LOWE Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5; Forensics 4, Treasurer 4; Monogram Club 4,5; Annual Staff 5. JOYCE ALLEN McCLAUGHERTY Band 1,2; SCA 2,5; Latin Club 2,3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4,5; Foren- sics 3; FBLA 4; GAA 4,5; Annual Staff 4,5, Editor-in-Chief 5; National Honor Society 4,5; Keyettes 4,5; Pep Club 5; Drama Club 5; Senior Class President; Sophomore Homecoming Prin- cess; Homecoming Queen; Old Dominion Girls’ State; DAR Good Citizen; Band-Banner Carrier 5. BRENDA LEE McCLUNG FHA 3,4,5; GAA 3,4,5; FTA 3; Debate Club 3; Drama Club 4,5; Spanish Club 4; Choir 3,4,5, President 5, All-State Chorus 4,5, Massanetta Chorus. J. MACK McCRADY FFA 1,2, 3, 4; DE Club 4; Drama Club 4,5; Pep Club 5. CYNTHIA ANN MEADOWS Forensics 2,3; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 2,3; FHA 2; FTA 3,4,5; National Honor Society 4,5; Keyettes 4,5; Drama Club 4,5; Debate Club 4,5; Pep Club 5; Betty Crocker Homemaker. STEPHEN WILLIAM MOLES Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 5, All-State Band 3,4; Latin Club 3,4,5; SCA 3; Key Club 3,4,5; FTA 4,5; Drama Club 4,5; Bas- ketball Manager 4,5; Monogram Club 5. CALVIN BENTON MULLINS FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; DE Club 3. DOUGLAS GLEN MULLINS FFA 1,2,4, Secretary 4; KVG 3; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5, All-District Football 4; Monogram Club 4,5; Track 3,4. JONATHAN HALE MULLINS Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain 5; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 2,3,4; SCA 2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club 3,4,5, Vice-President 4; National Honor Society 4,5, Vice-President 5; Annual Staff 4,5; Drama Club 5; Old Dominion Boys’ State. LINDA GALE MULLINS REX ALLAN MULLINS Football 1,3, 4, 5, All-District Football 5; Basketball 1; Track 3; Baseball 4; Drama Club 4; Monogram Club 4,5. NANCEBELLE LOUISE OULD FHA 1,2,3; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; FTA 3,4,5, Treasurer 4; Latin Club 3,4; Drama Club 4; SCA 4; Pep Club 5. PAMELA KAY PARCELL FHA 1,2,4; FTA 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; GAA 2,3; FBLA 3; DE Club 4,5, Reporter 5; Drama Club 5. CONNIE SUE PERDUE Transferred from Dublin 1; FHA 2,3,4, Reporter 4; GAA 2,3, 4,5; FTA 4; National Honor Society 4,5. DIANE KAY PERDUE FHA 1,2, 3, 4; GAA 2,3,4; PE Assistant 2,3; FBLA 4; DE Club 4,5; Library Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. RICHARD CLAYTON PERDUE DE Club 3,5. WILLIAM DEAN PERDUE FFA 1,2, 3, 4,5. DEBORAH LYNN RAINES FHA 1,2; FTA 2; GAA 2, 3, 4,5; FBLA 2, 3, 4, 5, President 5; Forensics 3; Drama Club 4,5; National Honor Society 4,5; Wave- log Staff 4; Keyettes 5; Pep Club 5; Interclub Council 5. CONSTANCE DEANNA RATCLIFFE FHA 1,2, 3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Library Club 2,3,4, President 4; Inter- club Council 4; DE Club 3,5, Sergeant at Arms 5; FBLA 4. 49 Senior Statistics ROGER WAYNE REED Basketball 1; Track 2, 3, 4, 5; Football 4,5; Spanish Club 4,5; Monogram Club 4,5. ELAINE LOUISE ROBERTSON FTA 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; GAA 2,3; FHA 4; Drama Club 4,5; Wavelog Staff 4; Pep Club 5. VIRGINIA MALVERN SAAVEDRA Band 1,2; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 3,4; Debate Club 4,5; Key- ettes 4,5; National Honor Society 4,5; Office Assistant 4; Pep Club 5; Valedictorian. CONNIE MEADOWS SANTOLLA FHA 1,2, 3,4; FTA 1,2,3; GAA 2; DE Club 3,5; Drama Club 4. SARAH RUTH SHRADER Transferred from California 3; Drama Club 4,5, Treasurer 5; Wavelog Staff 4; FBLA 4,5, Secretary 5; Pep Club 5; Cheer- leader 5; GAA 5. THELMA CAROL SHRADER FHA 1,2, 3, 4, Song Leader 2, Secretary 3, President 4; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Interclub Council 4; SCA 3,4; Drama Club 4.5, Vice-President 5; National Honor Society 4,5; Junior Class Treasurer; Keyettes 4,5; Pep Club 5, Secretary 5; FTA 5; Senior Class Homecoming Princess. MARK WILLIAM SIMMONS Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1,4; Track 3; Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Tennis 2; Forensics 3; Key Club 3,4,5; Baseball 3,4,5; Debate Club 4; Monogram Club 4,5. EVELYN DARLENE SMITH FHA 1,2,3; SCA 1,2; 8th Grade Class President; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; FBLA 3,4,5; Sophomore Class Reporter 3; National Honor So- ciety 4,5; Junior Class Secretary; Biology Assistant 4; Pep Club 5, Reporter 5; Annual Staff 5. TRUDY GAIL SNIDER FHA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; GAA 2,3; FBLA 4,5; National Honor Society 4.5. ELWOOD SONGER, JR. DEClub 3,5, President 5; Interclub Council 5; FBLA 4; Biology Assistant 4. PATRICIA ANN SONGER Transferred from Giles 3; DE Club 3,5, Treasurer 5. CALVIN DEWARD SPANGLER, JR. CORNELIA FRANCES SPANGLER FHA 1,2,3, 4; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; DE Club 4,5; Library Club 5. DANIEL RALPH SPARKS FFA 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Sentinel 3, President 4; Interclub Council 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1; Track 1,4,5; Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club 3,4,5; Drama Club 5. DEBORAH JO STAFFORD GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 2,3; Library Club 2; Cheerleader 3; Keyettes 4,5; National Honor Society 4,5; Drama Club 5; Pep Club 5; FTA 5. MYRTLE FRANCES SURRATT GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 3,4; DE Club 3,5; FBLA 4,5, Report- er 5; Drama Club 4; SCA 5, Treasurer 5. JONATHAN CUTHBERT SWOPE Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5, All-District Football 4,5; Basketball 1; Span- ish Club 2, 3, 4 ,5, Chaplain 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Board of Direc- tors 3, Vice-President 4, President 5; Sophomore Class Vice- President; SCA 3,4, Reporter 4; Baseball 3,4,5; Annual Staff 4, 5, Circulation Manager 5; Forensics 4; Monogram Club 4,5; Interclub Council 5; Old Dominion Boys’ State. CHARLES GRAYSON THOMAS Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, All-Festival Band-Massanetta, Sergeant at Arms 5; Basketball 2,3, Statistician 4,5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Tennis 4,5; FTA 4,5; Drama Club 4,5. MITCHELL ANTHONY THOMPSON FFA 1,2, 3, 4,5. ROCKY ALLEN THORNE Track 1,2,3; FFA 1 ; Baseball 4,5. CASS MACK TURNER, JR. Drama Club 5; FTA 5; Pep Club 5. SHARON ROSE TURNER FTA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Art Club 1,2,3; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 2,3,4; Keyettes 4,5; Debate Club 4; National Honor Society 4,5; Dra- ma Club 5. TRUDY ANN TURNER FHA 1; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Majorette 2,3,4, Head Majorette 5, Re- porter 4,5; GAA 1,2, 3, 4; FBLA 3,4; National Honor Society 4,5; Drama Club 4,5; Annual Staff 4,5; Keyettes 5; SCA 5. ARNOLD CHESTER VASS DEBORAH ANNE VEST FHA 1,2, 3, 4; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 3; Drama Club 4,5; Pep Club 5. LARRY ALLEN VIARS Monogram Club 4,5; FCA 4,5, Football 2, 3, 4, 5; Baseball 3; Track 1,2,5. MARJORIE ELAINE WALDRON MICHAEL CURTIS WHITLOW Football 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1,3, 4, 5; Key Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4,5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Monogram Club 4,5; National Honor So- ciety 4,5; SCA 5, Chaplain 5. REGINA GALE WHITT FHA 1;GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Junior Class Homecoming Princess; FBLA 3,4,5, Vice-President 5; Cheerleader 3,4,5; Drama Club 4,5, Sec- retary 4,5; Annual Staff 4,5; Wavelog Staff 4; Pep Club 5; Band -Banner Carrier 5; Key Club Sweetheart 5. SAMUEL MEADOW WICKLINE Band 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,4; Spanish Club 5; Pep Club 5. RICHARD LEE WILLIAMS Basketball 1; Art Club; DE Club 3,5; Choir 1,2, 3, 4, All-State Choir 3,4. DANNY RAYMOND WIMMER FFA 1,2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4; Football 1,3,4; KVG 3,4,5; Mono- gram Club 4,5; DE Club 4,5. BARBARA VAUGHAN WITT SCA 1; GAA 2,3; FBLA 3,4,5; Forensics 3; Library Club 4; Drama Club 5; 8th Grade Homecoming Princess. ELIZABETH GAIL WOODSON FHA 1; Forensics 2,3,4; Latin Club 2; GAA 2, 3, 4, 5; Art Club 2,3, Secretary 3; Library Club 2,3; FBLA 3,4,5; Drama Club 4,5; FTA 5, Historian 5; Pep Club 5. 50 Senior Directory Akers, Charles Frederick 27,48,51,109 Arrington, Brenda Kay 27,48,51,102,120 Bailey, Vicky Sue 27,48,51,94,102,103,111,113,115 Ballard, Thomas Clarence 27,48,51,104 Beasley, David Stevenson 27,48,51,81,82,104,126,128 Blankenship, Betty Sue 28,48,51 Blankenship, Gloria Jane 28,48,51,102,119 Blankenship, Stanley Newton 26,28,48,51,80,82,104 Bouldin, Donald Ray 28,48,51, 104 Bowles, William Maury 28,48,51,104,106 Bradley, Jackson Dean 29,48,51,121,126,127,129 Bromley, Elizabeth Thomas 29,48,51,94,98,103,105,107,1 13 Buckland, Buford Owen 29,48,51,104 Burress, Sandra Yvonne 29,48,51,113,119 Carr, Catherine Lilly 29,48,51,92,94,98,103,113,115,123,143 Christian, Eldridge Dean 30,48,51 Clevinger, Deborah Gail 30,48,51,78,83,94,101,103,109,111, 113,115,123 Cole, Danny Preston 30,48,51 Conley, Ballard Preston 30,48,51 Conley, Sandra Darlene 30,48,51,92,94,103,105,1 13,121,123 Conley, Thomas Elbert 31,48,51,109 Conwell, Emily Jane 31,48,51,113,120 Davis, Virgil Wayne 31,48,51,81,84,88,92,94,96,97,98,105 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124 Dehart, William Boyd 31,48,51,102,121 Dent, Donna Louise 31,48,51,102,113,115,120,143 Eaton, Gregory Riggins 32,48,51 Epperly Elizabeth Marie 32,48,51,102,113 Ferguson, Jean Wall 32,48,51,107 Ferrell, Barry Lenden 32,48,51,101,105,109,132,133,140 Fleeman, Carol Jean 32,48,51,102 Fuller, Stephen Ensley 33,48,51,94,96,102,108 Gallion, Mary Frances 33,48,51,104 Ganoe, Anita Frances 33,48,51 Green, Erma Sue 33,48,51,104 Hale, Vicki Lynn 33,48,51,94,98,103,105,109,115,116,120 Hansbarger, Patricia Gale 34,59,51,102,109,1 13,1 15 Hare, Janice Darlene 34,49,51 Hawley, Danny Lee 34,49,51,115 Heslep, Michael Jay 26,34,49,51,84,93,96,98,111,123 Hudson, Sarah Malinda 34,49,51,102,113,115 Jennings, Roger Dale 35,49,51,104 Jessee, Elizabeth Ellen 26,35,49,51,98,103,105,107,111,113, 115 Johnson, Rebecca Jane 35,49,51,102,113 Johnston, Beverly Ann 35,49,51,113 Johnston, James William Jr. 35,49,51 Kerr, Walter Andrew Jr. 36,49,51,88,105,109,111,114,126, 128,129,132,133,140 Lafon, Harold Gene 36,49,51,83,121,126,128,140 Lafon, Raymond Gregory 36,49,51,88,109,1 15,121,126,128, 132.133.139 Lambert, James Howard 36,49,51,106 Legard, Mary Ann Anita 36,49,51,100,101,105,109,115 Lewis, Dale Steven 2,6,37,49,51,79,81,94,96,101,109,111, 126.96.36.199.139 Long, Devetta Evelyn 37,49,51 Lowe, Donald Edward 37,48,59,51,101,121,123,126,128,140 McClaugherty, Joyce Allen 2,26,37,49,51,79,80,81,82,84,86, 93,94,103,109,111,113,115,122,143 McClung, Brenda Lee 37,49,51,83,111,119 McCrady, J. Mack 38,49,51,109,115 Meadows, Cynthia Ann 38,49,51,79,94,103,105,109,113,115 Moles, Stephen William 38,49,51,83,96,98,105,109,116,118, 132 Mullins, Calvin Benton 47,49,51,106 Mullins, Douglas Glen 38,49,51,126,128 Mullins, Jonathan Hale 38,49,51,80,82,83,84,94,96,109,114, 188.8.131.52.140 Mullins, Linda Gale 39,49,51,104 Mullins, Rex Allen 39,49,51,126,128,129 Ould, Nancebelle Louise 39,49,51,113,115 Parcell, Pamela Kay 39,49,51,104,109 Perdue, Connie Sue 39,49,51,94,113 Perdue Diane Kay 40,49,51,104 Perdue, Richard Clayton 40,49,51,104 Perdue, William Dean 40,49,51 Raines, Deborah Lynn 40,49,51,83,94,102,109,111,113,115, 120 Ratcliffe, Constance Deanna 40,50,51,104 Reed, Roger Wayne 41,50,51,126,128 Robertson, Elaine Louise 41,50,51,109,114 Saavedra, Virginia Malvern 41,50,51,78,80,94,103,108,113 Santolla, Connie Meadows 41,50,51,104 Shrader, Sarah Ruth 41,50,51,81,102,109,113,115,120,143 Shrader, Thelma Carol 42,50,51,81,82,87,93,94,103,105,109 113,115,120 Simmons, Mark Wilbur 42,50,51,96,98,108,126,128,140 Smith, Evelyn Darlene 42,50,51,94,102,113,115,123 Snider, Trudy Gail 42,50,51,94,102,107,120 Songer, Elwood Jr. 42,50,51,104,111 Songer, Patricia Ann 43,50,51,104 Spangler, Calvin Deward Jr. 43,50,51 Spangler, Cornelia Frances 43,50,5 1,104,1 15 Sparks, Daniel Ralph 43,50,51,101,106,109,120,121,126,128, 140 Stafford, Deborah Jo 43,50,51,94,103,105,109,1 13,1 15 Surratt, Myrtle Frances 44,50,51,92,102,104,113,120 Swope, Jonathan Cuthbert 2,44,50,51,84,96,97,101,109,111, 184.108.40.206.128.129.140 Thomas, Charles Grayson 44,50,51,98,105,109,116,118,140 Thompson, Mitchell Anthony 44,50,51 Thorne, Rocky Allen 44,50,51,140 Turner, Cass Mack Jr. 45,50,5 1,105,109 Turner, Sharon Rose, 45,50,51,94,103,105,109,113 Turner, Trudy Ann 45,50,51,92,94,103,109,113,1 16,117,123 Vass, Arnold Chester 45,50,51 Vest, Deborah Anne 45,50,51,113,115 Viars, Larry Allen 46,50,51,126,128,140 Waldron, Marjorie Elaine 46,50,51 Whitlow, Michael Curtis 46,50,51,80,97,126,128,139 Whitt, Regina Gale 46,50,51,80,82,85,102,109,113,115,120, 123,143 Wickline, Samuel Meadow 46,50,51,101 Williams, Richard Lee 47,50,51,104 Wimmer, Daniel Raymond 47,50,51,104,126,128 Witt, Barbara Vaughan 47,50,51,102,109,120 Woodson, Elizabeth Gail 47,50,51,102,105,109,113,115 51 52 Underclassmen Junior Class Officers President - Barny Ratliff Treasurer - Dale Clark Vice-President - Daryl Bryan Secretary - Pam Deeds 54 Sue Akers Jean Anderson Sandra Atwood Oneda Bailey Patty Bailey Mary Ball Sharon Bennett Sharon Bivens 1 Juniors David Blankenship Debbe Blankenship Donna Blankenship Joye Blankenship Kenneth Blankenship Judy Bowles Steve Bowles Trudy Bradley 55 Linda Brookman Daryl Bryan Beverly Carroll Darrell Cecil Dale Clark Gerry Clark Donald Clybum Judy Collier Juniors Larry Cossey Mike Craig Robert Crawford Billy Cumbee Sandra Cunningham Pam Deeds Larry Dunbar Drema Dunford 56 Donna East Juanita Epperly David Fleeman Howard Ganoe Barbara Gautier Jeff Gillespie Arthur Godfrey Alice Green Juniors Faye Green Kathy Green Tommy Hare Eddie Hollie Sue Homiak Eddie Johnson Katrina Johnson Ovieda Johnson 57 Bobby Johnston Sharon Jones Kathy Lamb Sandra Law Alice Leftwich Patricia Leist James Lowe Mikel McClaugherty Juniors Debbie McGuire Joy Moore Larry Mullins Loretta Neely Cynthia Newton Bonnie Ould Woody Pack Jerry Parcell 58 Alinda Patteson Barbara Patteson Betty Patteson Alice Perdue Marvin Perkins Daryl Porterfield Anna Powell Mary Ann Psathos Juniors Ruth Pyrtle Stephen Ragsdale Harriett Ratcliff Barny Ratliff Robert Rice Eva Robertson Ralph Robertson Raymond Robertson 59 Debbie Sadler Connie Sheally Stevie Shires Sandra Shrader Juniors David Skidmore Jenny Snyder Bonnie Spangler Mary Spangler Jetty Spicer Debbie Stables Karen Stables Donald Thomas 60 Bobby Tipton Patti Tracy Linda Turner Sharon Turner Juniors Mary Underwood Kathy Weikle Tommy Whitt Judy Wikle Mattie Wiley Phillip Wills Rodney Williams James Wood 61 Sophomore Class Officers President . . . Vice-President Sophomores Mike Hyatt Secretary-Treasurer Alan Hall Pam Wheeler Reporter Joel Booth Marion Ballard Beverly Blankenship Bobby Joe Blankenship Evelyn Blankenship Faye Blankenship Janetta Blankenship Linda Blankenship Barbara Blevins 62 Joel Booth Judy Boothe Connie Bradley Donnie Bradley Randy Burgess Helen Burton Shirley Burton Sarah Caldwell Gary Carter Sandra Clendenin Cathy Clevenger Sophomores Jeff Clevenger Ronnie Cline Lee Roy Colley Janet Coombe Paul Cumbee Douglas Davis Randall Davis Shirley Dehart Eddie Duncan Rodney Dunn Danny Evans Dwight Farley fiiKi m mSm v C v ' ff 9 ' 63 Claude Fleeman Danny Fleeman Ronnie Fleeman Randall Fletcher Gary French Danny Gray Erma Hager Drema Hale William Farley Vanita Ferguson Susan Ferrell 4k r Jj|f ft to 10 rT ft c Sophomores Karen Hale Katherine Hale Alan Hall Danny Haymore Terry Hendrickson Lonnie Herd Margo Heslep Daphne Hollie Teresa Hudson Michael Hyatt Bill Jennings Pat Johnson 64 Sophomores William Lowery Brenda Martin Donnie McClaugherty Earl McKinney Wayne McNeil Debbie Meadows Larry Meadows Reba Meadows Gordon Meredith Leon Meredith Debbie Moffitt Cathy Mullins 65 Jeanette Perdue Robert Perkins Scherry Poff George Powell Lynn Pratt Nancy Raines Garland Ratcliffe Jan Ratliff Roger Nance Regina Parker Geneva Perdue Sophomores Jeff Reed Steve Reed Nedra Rice Karen Richardson Danny Riddle Janet Riner Beverly Robertson David Robertson Brenda Runions Pam St. Clair John Sexton Eddie Shepherd 86 Glenn Shrader Alice Shrewsberry Timothy Smith Debbie Spangler Gregory Spangler Dixie Stafford Wanda Terry Roger Thorne Gerald Vest Brenda Wade Stephen Wade Richard Wall Stanley Wall Kyle Wheeler Lee Wheeler Lynn Wheeler Pam Wheeler Tommy Wheeler Dennis White Harriett White Brenda Whitlow Linda Whitlow Kenneth Wiley Sophomores 67 Freshman Class Officers President Walter Supernaw Vice-President Ricky Sparks Secretary -Treasurer Reporter . Karen Weikle Phillip Dewese ■■ m Johnny Akers Audrey Amo Linda Atwood Robert Bailey Steven Bailey Freshmen Timmy Bailey Georgianna Ball Theresa Biggs Charles Blankenship Darlene Blankenship Mike Blankenship Theresea Blankenship Eleanor Blevins Anna Booth Trudy Bouldin Douglas Bowles Michael Bowles 68 Barry Bradley Darlene Bradley James Bradley George Caldwell Barry Chambers Linda Colley Ellen Cossey William Crawford H. Michael Davis Michael J. Davis Phillip Dewese Rocky Dillon Patricia Duncan Stephen Dunford Sara Elmore Bonnie Epling Doris Fillinger John Fleeman Nina Fleeman Susan Frazier Freshmen Kenney Ganoe Silas Good Dreama Gray Brenda Green Judy Green Eddie Griffith Rachel Flambrick William Hamlin Donnie Hare Larry Hare Ann Harris Carolyn Hayes Loretta Hayes Kathy Hayworth Janet Herd 69 Norman Hollie Carol Homiak Richard Ingram Richard Jackson James Johnston Kester Jones Rickie Kelley Mike Kellison Sharon Kerr Patricia King John Kirk Daryl Lafon Richard Lafon Robert Lambert Rickie Law Richard Legard Richard Light Charles Lowery R. D. Marshall Joe McAlarnis Freshmen Johnnie McClaugherty Cam McLaughlin Leon Meadows Diana Medley Marsha Meredith Larry Mitchell Timothy Mitchell Donna Neal Clay Newton Rusty Patteson Carolyn Perdue Donna Perdue Cynthia Pillow Roger Pollard S. D. Raines 70 p fit ($■ iiifife W. J. Ratcliff J. C. Reed Timothy Reed Larry Riddle Maynard Robbins Charles Robertson Linda Robertson Steven Robertson G. W. Sheally Debbie Shires Freda Shrader Bill Simmons David Smith James Smith Cynthia Spangler Vicky Spangler Maury Sparks Richard Sparks Becky Spicer Teresia Stables Freshmen Walter Supernaw Terry Suttle Rosetta Sweat Phillip Thompson Becky Thorne Linda Thorne Dale Turner Roy Valdays Garrie Vass Mark Waldron Bill Warner Sue Warner Karen Weikle Jane Williams Beverly Wood 71 8th Grade Class Officers President David Bradley Secretary Vice-President Gwen Troeleman Treasurer . . Jerry Bailey Tommy Heslep 8th Grade Rocky Akers Sandra Akers Marvin Anderson Gary Bailey Jerry Bailey Sheryl Ballard Tommy Ballard Debbie Beasley Elizabeth Bennett Darrell Blankenship Elizabeth Blankenship James Blankenship Rhonda Blankenship Betty Blevins Danny Booth 72 Wayne Booth Anita Bowles Richard Bowles David Bradley Ruth Bradley Brenda Burton Joyce Burton Larry Burton Wayne Candler Jimmy Cardwell Sandra Carr Mike Carroll Charles Chambers Dianna Clevenger Janet Cline David Conley Gary Conley Sue Conwell Vincent Crewey Gus Cummings 8th Grade Patty Deeds Nancy Delap Bonnie Ferrell Connie Ferrell Rhonda Fleeman Mike French Danny Ganoe Jackie Ganoe Linda Goad Oscar Gray Gary Green Barbara Griffith 73 Gary Hager Barbara Hale Barbara Hare Kathy Harman Virginia Hayes Tommy Heslep Bobby Joe Huffman James Hughes Rita Hughes Gail Jennings Richard Johnston Benjamin Jones Bobby Jones Ronald Jones Brenda Kidd Gayle Kidd C. T. Lambert Kim Law Russell Lowe Sharon Lowe Debbie Martin Belinda Meadows Diana Meadows Gary Medley Carlene Mullins Elaine Musick Michael Nance Jimmy Peck Betty Perdue Larry Rice Jerry Richardson Ethel Riner 8th Grade 74 Timmy Roatenberry Joyce Robbins Mike Robertson Mary Ann Scott Nancy Sharp Bill Shoosmith Donnie Shrader Janice Shrader Connie Skeens David Smith Pat Spangler Debbie Sparks Dreama Sparks Harold Spencer Shelby Stables Connie Stafford Orville Taylor Gary Thornton Gwen Troeleman Bill Turner 8th Grade Jackie Turner Kathy Turner Roy Turner Lois Viars David Whitehead Wendy Whitehead Ricky Whitt Stanley Wikle Pam Wilburn Ted Wilburn Danny Williams Gary Wright 75 76 Features Valedictorian Salutatorian DEBORAH GAIL CLEVINGER VIRGINIA MALVERN SAAVEDRA 78 Betty Crocker Homemaker CYNTHIA ANN MEADOWS D.A.R. Good Citizen JOYCE aeeen McCLAUGHERTY d ALE STEVEN LEWIS 79 Senior Superlatives MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Malvern Saavedra Mickey Whitlow MOST P OPULAR Joy McClaugherty Johnny Mullins BEST-LOOKING - PRETTIEST Regina Whitt Stanley Blankenship 80 Senior Superlatives BEST DANCERS Sarah Shrader Steve Lewis BEST PERSONALITY Joy McClaugherty Steve Beasley MOST DEPENDABLE Carol Shrader Virgil Davis 81 Senior Superlatives MOST COURTEOUS Carol Shrader Stanley BlankenshiD BEST ALL AROUND Joy McClaugherty Johnny Mullins BIGGEST FLIRT Regina Whitt Steve Beasley 82 Senior Superlatives MOST ATHLETIC Debbie Clevinger Johnny Mullins NEATEST Debbie Raines Harold Lafon MOST TALENTED Brenda McClung Steve Moles 83 Senior Class President Joy McClaugherty Boys’ and Girls’ State SEATED: Joy McClaugherty. STANDING: Johnny Mullins, Jay Heslep, Jon Swope, Virgil Davis. 84 Miss Joy McClaugherty Homecoming Queen MM : m ■ MISS CATHY CLEVENGER Sophomore Senior Princesses MISS BRENDA KIDD Eighth Grade ' mm Homecoming MISS KATRINA JOHNSON Junior MISS KAREN WEIKLE Freshman MISS CAROL SHRADER Honors Virgil Davis Honorable Mention Band Clay Newton All-State Mr. Monk Mr. Perkins Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Sparks Maintenance Mr. Smith Mrs. Underwood 90 Activities Student Cooperative Association President Mrs. Glorena Rader Reporter - James Wood Gordon Meredith Cathy Carr Trudy Turner Senior Representatives Joy McClaugherty Carol Shrader Jay Heslep Marshall McKenzie Junior Representatives Sophomore Representatives Katrina Johnson Mary Ball Eva Robertson Rodney Williams Dale Clark Brenda Martin Barbara Blevins Dwight Farley Joel Booth Garland Ratcliffe Freshman Representatives Cynthia Spangler Georgianna Ball Phillip Thompson Ricky Law Richard Ingram 8th Grade Representatives Sandra Akers Brenda Kidd David Whitehead David Conley 93 FIRST ROW (L TO R): Joy McClaugherty, Malvern Saavedra, Cynthia Meadows, Debbie Stafford, Trudy Turner, Debbie Raines, Lin- da Pettrey, Vicki Hale, Sandra Conley. SECOND ROW: Cathy Carr, Trudy Snider, Connie Perdue, Darlene Smith, Carol Shrader, Sharon Turner, Debbie Clevinger, Vicky Bailey, Tommie Bromley. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Brown, Mr. Ballard, Virgil Davis, Jay Heslep, Steve Fuller, Steve Lewis, Johnny Mullins. National Honor Society SPONSORS Mr. Ballard Mrs. Brown Miss Hardwick OFFICERS President Jay Heslep Vice-President Johnny Mullins Secretary Joy McClaugherty Treasurer Steve Lewis 94 Mary Bail Dale Clark Larry Cossey Mike Craig Robert Crawford Larry Dunbar Drema Jeff Dunford Gillespie Katrina Johnson Sandra Law Larry Mullins Cynthia Newton Bonnie Quid Woody Pack Barbara Patteson Anna Powell Linda Turner Mary Underwood Steve Ragsdale Harriet Ratcliff Barny Ratliff John Saavedra 95 FIRST ROW (L to R): Alan Hall, Donnie Bradley, Mark Simmons, Mike Craig, John Saavedra, James Wood, Donald Thomas, Daryl Bryan, Larry Mullins. SECOND ROW: Rodney Williams, Jeff Gillespie, Jay Heslep, Virgil Davis, Johnny Mullins, Eddie Duncan, Larry Dunbar, Lynn Wheeler, Steve Ragsdale, Dale Clark, Steve Shires. Jeff Clevenger, Larry Cossey, Greg Spangler. THIRD ROW: Jon Swope, Steve Lewis, Gerald Vest, Gordon Meredith, Lee Wheeler, Woody Pack, Steve Moles, Dave Skidmore, Jimmy Lowe, Eddie Hollie, Barny Ratliff, Lonnie Herd, Kyle Wheeler, Steve Fuller, Dwight Farley. Key Club International Mr. Lilly SPONSOR 96 Key Club Officers President . , . . Vice-President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . Reporter . . . . Parliamentarian . . . Jon Swope Rodney Williams Mickey Whitlow . . Jeff Gillespie . Steve Ragsdale . . . Virgil Davis Capital District Officer Division 3 Lieutenant Governor Barny Ratliff 97 Old Members FIRST ROW (L to R): Linda Pettrey, Barbara Patteson, Debbie Stables, Cathy Carr, Joy Moore, Sandy Cunningham, Mary Ball. SECOND ROW: Mary Underwood, Pam Deeds, Katrina Johnson, Tommie Bromley, Vicki Hale, Judy Collier, Dreama Dunford, Sharon Bivens, Betty Jessee, Anna Powell. THIRD ROW: Barny Ratliff, Woody Pack, Mark Simmons, Steve Shires, Steve Moles, Jay Heslep, Virgil Davis, C. G. Thomas, Larry Cossey. Officers President . Alan Hall Vice-President Karen Hale Secretary Cathy Clevenger Treasurer Jeff Clevenger Parliamentarian-Reporter Pat Johnson Sponsor Mrs. Hall 98 First-Year Students FIRST ROW (L to R): Rosetta Sweat, Audrey Amo, Georgianna Ball, Rachel Hambrick, Daphne Hollie, Reba Meadows, George Caldwell, Steve Dunford, Richard Lafon. SECOND ROW: Karen Weikle, Patty King, Gerald Vest, Rusty Patteson, Kenny Ganoe, Ricky Law, Richard Ingram, Dwight Farley, Cam McLaughlin, Bill Simmons, Clay Newton. Second-Year Students FIRST ROW (L to R): Beverly Blankenship, Lynn Pratt, Karen Hale, Bonnie Ould, Barbara Blevins, Teresa Hudson, Cathy Clevenger, SECOND ROW: Bonnie Spangler, Alan Hall, Pat Johnson, Jeff Clevenger, Greg Spangler, Wayne McNeil, Robert Crawford, Larry Dunbar, Sue Homiak. 99 FIRST ROW (L to R): Jeff Gillespie, Eddie Hollie, Dale Clark, Vickie Thomas, Cynthia Newton, Mrs. McGinley. SECOND ROW: Claude Fleeman, Raymond Robertson, Linda Turner, Mary Legard, Jan Ratliff, Pam St. Clair, Pam Wheeler, Donna Neal. THIRD ROW: James Wood, Joel Booth, Steve Ragsdale, John Saavedra, Debby Moffitt, Eddie Duncan, Sandra Law, Rodney Dunn. FOURTH ROW: Lynn Wheeler, Patricia Leist, Roger Nance, Donnie Bradley, Jim Lowe, Bobby Tipton, Lee Wheeler, Kyle Wheeler, Marion Ballard. Officers President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Reporter . . . . . . . Dale Clark . . Jeff Gillespie Cynthia Newton . . . Eddie Hollie . Vickie Thomas French Club Sponsor Mrs. McGinley 100 FIRST ROW (L to R): Daryl Bryan, Barry Ferrell, Debbie Clevinger, Jon Swope, Rodney Williams. SECOND ROW: Mike Craig, Re- gina Parker, Mary Underwood, Diane Medley, Sara Elmore, Janet Herd, Carol Homiak. THIRD ROW: Jeff Reed, Vicky Spangler, Alinda Patteson, Cynthia Spangler, Mary Legard, Debbie Shires, Dale Turner, Timmy Smith. FOURTH ROW: George Powell, Danny Sparks, Gordon Meredith, Lonnie Herd, Donald Thomas. FIFTH ROW: Steve Lewis, Don Lowe, Terry Hendrickson, Larry Kerr, Rocky Dillon, Sammy Wickline. panish Club Officers President . . . . . Vice-President . . Sec.-Treas. . . . . Reporter . . . . . Sergeant at Arms Chaplain . . . . . Rodney Williams Debbie Clevinger . . . Daryl Bryan . . Barry Ferrell . . . . Jon Swope . . Scherry Poff Sponsor Mrs. Brookman 101 FIRST ROW: (L to R) Elizabeth Epperly, Becky Johnson, Vicky Bailey, Regina Whitt, Debbie Raines, Sarah Shrader, Fiances Surratt. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Burgess, Sharon Bennett, Sandy Cunningham, Mary Ball, Debbie Sadler, Brenda Arrington, Trudy Snider, Bobbie Witt. THIRD ROW: Linda Turner, Harriett White, Janet Riner, Debbie McGuire, Ruth Pyrtle, Patricia Hansbarger, Gloria Blankenship. FOURTH ROW: Pam Deeds, Donna Dent, Malinda Hudson, Erma Hager, Sharon Jones, Juanita Epperly, Debbe Blankenship, Barbara Gautier, Carol Fleeman. FIFTH ROW: Donna Blankenship, Geneva Perdue, Nancy Raines, Jeanette Perdue, Bill Dehart, Libby Woodson, Steve Fuller, Darlene Smith, Steve Shires. Future Business Leaders of America President . . . . Vice-President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . Reporter . . . . Historian . . . . Parliamentarian . . Debbie Raines . . Regina Whitt . . Sarah Shrader Elizabeth Epperly . Frances Surratt . , Vicky Bailey . Becky Johnson SPONSOR Mrs. Burgess FIRST ROW (L to R): Cathy Carr, Sandra Conley, Vicky Bailey, Anna Powell, Tommie Bromley, Mrs, Pitzer. SECOND ROW: Cynthia Newton, Mary Underwood, Debbie Clevinger, Debbie Raines, Debbie Stafford, Linda Pettrey, Sharon Turner, Karen Hale. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Ould, Malvern Saavedra, .Joy McClaugherty, Katrina Johnson, Trudy Turner, Vicki Hale, Janetta Blankenship, Brenda Whitlow, Pam Wheeler, Barbara Blevins, Teresa Hudson. FOURTH ROW: Harriet Ratcliff, Barbara Patteson, Alinda Patteson, Cynthia Meadows, Betty Jessee, Carol Shrader, Dreama Dunford, Sharon Bivens, Debby Moffitt, Sandra Clendenin, Cathy Clevenger. Keyettes President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Reporter . . . . . .Vicky Bailey . . . Anna Powell . Sandra Conley .... Cathy Carr Tommie Bromley SPONSOR Mrs. Pitzer 103 CLUBS OF v .y AMERICA NARROWS HIGH SCHOOL FIRST ROW (L to R): Mr. Landreth, Ted Robertson, Connie Ratcliffe, Connie Spangler, Linda Mullins, Mary Gallion, Erma Green, Faye Green, Judy Bowles, Ovieda Johnson, Frances Surratt, Howard Ganoe, Bobby Joe Blankenship. SECOND ROW: Billy Cumbee, Richard Perdue, Kay Perdue, Maury Bowles, Alice Perdue, Patricia Songer, Judy Wikle, Debbe Blankenship, Debbie Rushing, Beverly Carroll, Sandra Atwood, THIRD ROW: Elwood Songer, Phillip Wills, Gerry Clark, Jerry Parcell, Pam Parcell, Connie San- tolla, Stanley Blankenship, Barbara Gautier, Oneda Bailey, Trudy Bradley, Linda Thomas, Donna East. FOURTH ROW: Charles Wickline, Jetty Spicer, Kenneth Blankenship, Rick Williams, Danny Wimmer, Steve Beasley, Mike McClaugherty, Larry Meadows, Ralph Robertson, Don Bouldin, David Fleeman, Roger Jennings, Gary Martin, Buford Buckland, Tommy Ballard. Distributive Education Clubs of America President Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sergeants-at-Arms Elwood Songer Judy Wikle Linda Mullins Patricia Songer Pam Parcell . . . Connie Ratcliffe Stanley Blankenship, Steve Beasley SPONSOR Mr. Landreth I FIRST ROW (L to R): Sandy Conley, Gordon Meredith, Libby Woodson, Katrina Johnson, Lynn Pratt, Betty lessee. SECOND ROW: Raymond Robertson, Vickie Thomas, Pam Deeds, Eddie Duncan, Debbie Sadler, Mike Craig, Cynthia Pillow, Nancy Quid. THIRD ROW: Joye Blankenship, Bonnie Epling, Claude Fleeman, Debbie Stafford Vicki Hale, Tommie Bromley, Sharon Turner, Mary Legard, Sue Homiak, Linda Thomas, Linda Brookman. FOURTH ROW: Karen Hale, Janet Coombe, Beverly Wood, Alinda Patteson, Bonnie Ould, Juanita Epperly, Patty Bailey, Karen Stables, Dreama Dunford, Mike Davis. FIFTH ROW: Teresia Stables, Walter Ken, Barry Ferrell, Steve Moles, Cynthia Meadows, Carol Shrader, C. G. Thomas, Mack Turner, Virgil Davis, Jeff Clevenger. Future Teachers of America President ......... Vice-President ...... Secretary ......... Treasurer Parliamentarian-Reporter Scrapbook ........ SPONSORS ....... . . . Betty Jessee Katrina Johnson .... Lynn Pratt Gordon Meredith . . Sandy Conley . Libby Woodson . . . Mrs. Coulter Mrs. Kirk FI RST ROW (L to R): Phillip Wills, Gary Martin, Eddie Shepherd, James Wood, Bobby Johnston, Tommy Aliff. SECOND ROW: Gary Lowery, Steven Wade, Richard Wall, Mike Bowles, Danny Haymore, Gary French, Kenneth Blankenship, John Blankenship, Mike Kellison, Maury Sparks, Danny Sparks. TFIIRD ROW: Timmy Bailey, Maury Bowles, Leon Meadows, Richard Sparks, Earl McKinney, Randall Fletcher, W. J. Ratcliff, Danny Fleeman, Ralph Robertson, Mr. Harding. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Spicer, Danny Burton, Gary Lester, Ronnie Fleeman, James Johnston, Stanley Wall, Kenneth Wiley, Jerry Parcell, James Lambert, Benny Mullins. FIFTH ROW: Robert Lambert, Larry Hare, James Burton. Future Farmers of America President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Reporter . . . Sentinel. . . . SPONSOR . . . . . James Wood Edward Shepherd Bobby Johnston . . Tommy Aliff . . . Phillip WiUs . . . Gary Martin . . . Mr. Harding President . . . . Vice-President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . Reporter . . . . Chaplain . . . . Song Leader . . Parliamentarian Pianist SPONSORS .Vanita Ferguson . Alice Leftwich Linda Brookman . . Kathy Weikle . . Doris Fillinger . Sharon Turner . Jean Anderson . . . Sue Homiak Joye Blankenship Mrs. Brown Mrs. Guthrie Future Homemakers of America FIRST ROW (L to R): Mrs. Guthrie, Joye Blankenship, Kathy Weikle, Linda Brookman, Doris Fillinger, Vanita Ferguson, Alice Leftwich, Jean Anderson, Sharon Turner, Sue Homiak, Mrs. Brown. SECOND ROW: Barbara Hale, Elaine Musick, Gail Bowles, Sharon Lowe, Jeanette Perdue, Connie Bradley, Debbie Meadows, Brenda Runions, Janetta Blankenship, Gail Mullins, Rhonda Flee- man, Elizabeth Bennett, Mary Ann Psathos. THIRD ROW: Shelby Stables, Connie Skeens, Linda Colley, Ann Harris, Terry Suttle, Susan Frazier, Theresa Biggs, Darlene Bradley, Georgianna Ball, Judy Greene, Patty Deeds, Alice Green, Loretta Neely. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Harman, Joyce Burton, Ethel Riner, Connie Ferrell, Ruth Bradley, Belinda Meadows, Wendy Whitehead, Shirley Dehart, Connie Stafford, Sheryl Ballard, Pam Wilburn, Tommy Bromley. FIFTH ROW: Sandra Akers, Brenda Kidd, Sue Conwell, Debbie Sparks, Barbara Griffith, Regina Parker, Sandra Clendenin, Betty Jessee, Brenda Martin, Geneva Perdue, Rita Hughes. SIXTH ROW: Dixie Stafford, Trudy Snider, Jean Ferguson, Patricia Leist, Debbie Sadler, Juanita Epperly, Sharon Jones, Eva Robertson, Harriet Ratcliff, Alinda Patteson. SEVENTH ROW: Deborah Beasley, Connie Sheally, Trudy Bradley, Donna East. iPMi FIRST ROW (L to R): Judy Collier, Barbara Blevins, Malvern Saavedra, Pam Wheeler, Cathy Clevenger. SECOND ROW: Stephen Fuller, Pat Spangler, Mark Simmons, Greg Spangler, Gordon Meredith, David Skidmore, John Saavedra Debate Club President . . . Vice-President Treasurer . . . SPONSOR . . David Skidmore .John Saavedra . Greg Spangler . . . Mrs. Ring FIRST ROW (L to R): Connie Skeens, Diane Clevenger, Jackie Turner, Gail Bowles, Gwen Troeleman, Nancy Delap, Janice Shrader, Janet Coombe. SECOND ROW: Marsha Meredith, Linda Turner, Donna Neal, Loretta Hayes, Gayle Kidd, Janet Cline, Elizabeth Blankenship, Betty Blevins, Lynn Pratt, Judy Greene, Pam St. Clair, Linda Whitlow. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Bennett, Rhonda Flee- man, Debbie Sadler, Audrey Amo, Cynthia Spangler, Sharon Bennett, Jan Ratliff, Patricia Hansbarger, Debbie Raines, Debbie Staf- ford, Pam Deeds, Connie Shelly. FOURTH ROW: Jackie Ganoe, Debby Moffitt, Trudy Turner, Libby Woodson, Cynthia Meadows, Kathy Weikle, Sharon Turner, Pam Parcell, Bobbie Witt, Debbie Clevinger, Vicki Hale. FIFTH ROW: Sarah Shrader, Randy Burgess, Bonnie Spangler, David Robertson, Donnie Bradley, Claude Fleeman, Eddie Duncan, Mary Legard, Linda Brookman, Judy Collier, Joye Blankenship, Barbara Patteson, Charles Akers, Sharon Turner. SIXTH ROW: Mack Turner, Danny Sparks, Dreama Dunford, Tommy Conley, C. G. Thomas, Jon Swope, Gerry Clark, Juanita Epperly, Karen Stables, Richard Legard, David Skidmore, Steve Lewis, Regina Whitt, Debbie Stables, Patty Bailey. SEVENTH ROW: Pat Johnson, Mike Hyatt, Joel Booth, Mark Akers, Tommy Hare, Greg Lafon, Elaine Robertson, Carol Shrader, Walter Kerr, Mack McCrady, Barry Ferrell, Darrell Cecil, Steve Moles, Johnny Mullins, Joy McClaugherty, Woody Pack. Drama Club President . . . . Vice-President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . Parliamentarian SPONSOR . . . . . . Steve Lewis . . Carol Shrader . . Regina Whitt . . Sarah Shrader . . Charles Akers Mrs. Alamuddeen 109 FIRST ROW (L to R): Nancy Sharp, Connie Spangler, Sandy Cunningham, Darlene Bradley, Rosetta Sweat, Marsha Meredith. SEC- OND ROW: Mrs. Zell, Barbara Hare, Rachel Hambrick, Audrey Amo, Judy Greene, Carol Homiak, Patty Bailey, Cathy Mullins, Judy Boothe, Dorothy Bales, Mrs. Dunford. SPONSOR - Mrs. Zell TEACHERS AIDE - Mrs. Dunford Library Club no Interclub Council The members of the Interclub Council are the Presidents of each of the clubs at Narrows High School. Their pur- pose is to promote cooperation among clubs for the betterment of the school. Student Cooperative Association — Virgil Davis National Honor Society — Jay Heslep Key Club International — Jon Swope Latin Club — Alan Hall French Club — Dale Clark Spanish Club Rodney Williams Future Business Leaders of America — Debbie Raines Keyettes — Vicky Bailey Distributive Education Clubs of America - Elwood Songer Future Teachers of America — Betty Jessee Future Farmers of America — James Wood Future Homermakers of America — Vanita Ferguson Debate Club — David Skidmore Drama Club — Steve Lewis Girls’ Athletic Association — Debbie Clevinger Monogram Club — Walter Kerr Pep Club — Pam Deeds Band — Daryl Bryan Choral Music — Brenda McClung Senior Class — Joy McClaugherty Junior Class — Barny Ratliff Sophomore Class — Mike Hyatt Freshman Class — Walter Supernaw Eighth Grade — David Bradley FIRST ROW (L to R): Marsha Meredith, Donna Neal, Karen Hale, Lynn Pratt, Jan Ratliff, Beverly Blankenship, Brenda Whitlow, Debbie Spangler, Regina Parker, Becky Thorne, Ellen Cossey, Pam Wheeler, Daphne Hollie. SECOND ROW: Freda Shrader, Linda Thorne, Jeanette Perdue, Connie Bradley, Debbie Meadows, Brenda Runions, Janetta Blankenship, Debbie Shires, Dale Turner, Theresia Stables, Janet Herd. THIRD ROW: Eleanor Blevins, Diane Medley, Linda Colley, Ann Harris, Terry Suttle, Teresa Biggs, Georgianna Ball, Darlene Bradley, Judy Greene, Carol Homiak, Sara Elmore, Brenda Martin, Geneva Perdue, Teresa Hudson. FOURTH ROW: Carole Journell, Kathy Hayworth, Darlene Blankenship, Irma Hager, Dixie Stafford, Cynthia Spangler, Rosetta Sweat, Audrey Amo, Karen Weikle, Donna Perdue, Brenda Green. FIFTH ROW: Patty King, Sue Warner, Bonnie Epling, Beverly Wood, Susan Ferrell, Susan Frazier, Sharon Kerr, Rachel Hambrick, Sandra Clendenin, Vanita Ferguson. Girls’ Athletic Association Mrs. Wilson SPONSOR 112 ✓ t President Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer Parliamentarian . . Point Recorder . . Song Leader .... Debbie Clevinger . Sandra Conley . Debbie Stables . Juanita Epperly Katrina Johnson . . . . Joy Moore FIRST ROW (L to R): Judy Collier, Linda Brookman, Patty Tracy, Sharon Jones, Ruth Pyrtle, Cathy Carr, Debbie Stables, Katrina Johnson, Sandy Conley, Sarah Shrader, Connie Spangler, Vicky Bailey, Debbie Vest, Beverly Johnston. SECOND ROW: Joye Blan- kenship, Mary Ann Psathos, Alice Green, Linda Thomas, Kathy Weikle, Sharon Turner, Juanita Epperly, Joy Moore, Tommie Brom- ley, Carol Shrader, Linda Pettrey, Debbie Raines, Debbie Stafford, Patricia Hansbarger. THIRD ROW: Debbe Blankenship, Barbara Gautier, Donna Dent, Debbie Clevinger, Vickie Thomas, Barbara Patteson, Patty Bailey, Regina Whitt, Libby Woodson, Cynthia Meadows, Malinda Hudson, Trudy Turner, Alice Leftwich, Jean Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Ould, Elizabeth Epperly, Becky Johnson, Connie Perdue, Darlene Smith, Emily Conwell, Sandra Burress, Debbie Rushing, Sharon Bivens, Anna Powell, Frances Surratt, Joy McClaugherty. FIFTH ROW: Donna Blankenship, Sandra Law, Sharon Turner, Cynthia Newton, Mary Underwood, Sue Akers, Mary Spangler, Malvern Saavedra, Patricia Leist, Loretta Neely, Sharon Bennett, Linda Turner. SIXTH ROW: Betty Jessee, Karen Stables, Dreama Dunford, Bonnie Spangler, Donna East, Connie Sheally, Judy Bowles, Harriet Ratcliff, Bonnie Ould, Alinda Patteson, Alice Perdue. Monogram Club President Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer SPONSOR . . .Walter Kerr Johnny Mullins . . Steve Lewis . .Mr. Patteson 114 FIRST ROW (L to R): Mary Underwood, Darlene Smith, Pam Deeds, Carol Shrader, Betty Jessee. SECOND ROW: Debbie Sparks, Barbara Hale, Wendy Whitehead, Debbie McGuire, Garland Ratcliffe, Sara Elmore, Beverly Blankenship, Jan Ratliff, Lynn Pratt, Debby Moffitt, Pam Wheeler, Debbie Stafford, Debbie Clevinger, Sarah Shrader, Cynthia Meadows, Audrey Amo, Virginia Hayes, Loretta Hayes. THIRD ROW: Shelby Stables, Jackie Turner, Rhonda Fleeman, Betty Blevins, Barbara Griffith, Reba Meadows, Mary Legard, Debbie Vest, Vicky Bailey, Nancy Ould, Donna Dent, Debbie Raines, Patricia Hansbarger, Malinda Hudson, Sandra Law, Donna Blankenship, Freda Shrader, Sheryl Ballard. FOURTH ROW: Bonnie Ould, Sharon Turner, Kathy Weikle, Patty Bailey, Karen Stables, Elaine Robertson, Joy McClaugherty, Cathy Carr, Debbie Stables, Katrina Johnson, Barbara Patteson, Mary Ball, Sandy Cun- ningham, Cynthia Newton, Elizabeth Bennett, Steve Reed, Claude Fleeman, Pam Wilburn. FIFTH ROW: Alinda Patteson, Elizabeth Blankenship, Marsha Meredith, Judy Collier, Ruth Pyrtle, Linda Brookman, Juanita Epperly, Gayle Kidd, Connie Skeens, Brenda Kidd, Sue Conwell, Patty Deeds, Sandra Akers, Libby Woodson, Connie Sheally, Bonnie Spangler, Dreama Dunford, Jeff Clevenger. SIXTH ROW: Woody Pack, Cynthia Spangler, Ellen Cossey, Karen Weikle, Donna Neal, Brenda Martin, Cathy Clevenger, Teresa Hud- son, Georgianna Ball, Teresia Stables, Susan Frazier, Sharon Kerr, Darrell Cecil, Regina Whitt, Johnny Mullins, Vicki Hale, Pat John- son. SEVENTH ROW: Joel Booth, Danny Hawley, Mike Hyatt, To mmy Hare, Judy Greene, Greg Lafon, Jon Swope, Mack McCrady, Richard Legard, Sharon Lowe. Pep Club President Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer Reporter Sgts. at Arms . . . . . . Pam Deeds . . Betty Jessee . . Carol Shrader . .Darlene Smith Mary Underwood Steve Reed SPONSOR Mrs. Rudacille 115 HIGH SCHOOL BAND Officers The Narrows High School Band President Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer Reporter Librarians Sgt. at Arms .... Managers DIRECTOR . . . . . . Daryl Bryan . . . Steve Moles Katrina Johnson . . Trudy Turner Barbara Blevins Vicki Hale . . C. G. Thomas , . Woody Pack Richard Ingram , . . Mr. Skeens Drum Major Bobby Tipton Twirling Drum Major Robert Perkins Trudy Turner - Head Scherry Poff Janet Coombe Katrina Johnson Cynthia Spangler Vicky Thomas Majorettes 117 Stage Band FIRST ROW (L to R): Woody Pack, Jeff Gillespie, Steve Shires, Bobby Tipton. SECOND ROW: Greg Spangler, Donald Thomas, Arthur Godfrey, Jeff Clevenger, Steve Moles. THIRD ROW: Daryl Bryan, Pat Johnson, C. G. Thomas, Clay Newton, Donnie Bradley, David Shoosmith, Doug Davis, Charles Wickline. Pep Band FIRST ROW (L to R): Wayne McNeil, Steve Reed, Steve Shires, Jeff Gillespie, Woody Pack, Pat Johnson, Daryl Bryan. SECOND ROW: David Shoosmith, R. G. Marshall, C. G. Thomas, Donnie Bradley, Doug Davis, Clay Newton. THIRD ROW: Charles Wickline, Greg Spangler, Bobby Tipton, Steve Moles, Donald Thomas, Arthur Godfrey, Jeff Clevenger, Richard Johnston. 118 Choral Music FIRST ROW (L to R): Linda Brookman, Eva Robertson, Joy Moore, Kathy Turner, Sarah Caldwell, Janet Cline, Carlene Mullins, Marsha Meredith, Beverly Robertson, Judy Boothe, Brenda McClung. SECOND ROW: Teresia Stables, Mary Spangler, Sue Akers, Becky Spicer, Sharon Jones, Ruth Bradley, Jackie Turner, Irma Hager, Dixie Stafford, Trudy Bradley, Gloria Blankenship, Patricia Leist. THIRD ROW: Karen Stables, Patty Bailey, Sandra Burress, Darlene Blankenship, Teresa Blankenship, Wanda Terry, Bobby Jones, Bill Warner, Roger Pollard. ACCOMPANIST - Brenda McClung ALL-STATE CHORUS Patty Bailey Linda Brookman Sandra Burress Patricia Leist Brenda McClung Marsha Meredith Joy Moore Cindy Pillow Eva Robertson Mary Spangler Karen Stables Bill Warner DIRECTOR President Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer Librarians . . . . Mr. Skeens Brenda McClung . Sandra Burress Linda Brookman . Eva Robertson Trudy Bradley j It ' jLT J y if y i m Assistants Guidance SEATED: Debbie Raines, Karen Stables, Judy Collier, Trudy Snider, Dreama Dunford, Donna Dent, Frances Surratt. STANDING: Emily Conwell, Brenda Arrington, Bobbie Witt, Regina Whitt. Office SEATED: Vicki Hale, Carol Shrader, Linda Pettrey, Debbie Stables. STANDING: Sarah Shrader, Mark Akers, Frances Surratt. f Ml piiiM - . - J Stage L to R: Mr. Burgess, Cam McLaugh- lin, Danny Sparks, Steve Ragsdale, Woody Pack, Richard Ingram, Bob- by Bailey. 120 Assistants Science FIRST ROW: (L to R) Judy Wikle, Mary Ball, Faye Green, Judy Bowles. SECOND ROW: Mr. Burgess, Alice Per- due, Linda Turner, Alice Green, Sharon Bivens, Mr. Price. THIRD ROW: Kathy Weikle, Sandra Conley, Anna Powell, Robert Crawford, Bill Dehart. Physical Education PIRST ROW: (L to R) Mary Ann Psathos, Katrina Johnson, Patty Tracy, Shirley Burton, Brenda Whitlow, Sue Akers, Sara Elmore. SECOND ROW: Barbara Gautier, Marshall McKenzie, Harold Lafon, Greg Lafon, Jackie Bradley, Mrs. Wilson. THIRD ROW: Joye Blankenship, Danny Sparks, Barny Ratliff, Don Lowe, Jon Swope, Mr. Price. 121 The Annual Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - Joy McClaugherty ASSISTANT - Katrina Johnson BUSINESS MANAGER - Steve Lewis ASSISTANT - Rodnev Williams CIRCULATION MANAGER - Jon Swope ASSISTANT - Steve Ragsdale EDITORIAL STAFF CHAIRMAN - Johnny Mullins ASSISTANTS - Sandra Conley Barbara Patteson SENIOR EDITORS Cathy Carr Jay Heslep Darlene Smith ACTIVITIES EDITOR - Trudy Turner ASSISTANT - Barny Ratliff FEATURES EDITOR - Regina Whitt ASSISTANT - Don Lowe PHOTO EDITOR - Debbie Clevinger SPORTS EDITOR - Virgil Davis SPONSOR Miss Blackburn 123 124 Sports FIRST ROW (L to R): Mr. Greer, Virgil Davis, Harold Lafon, Johnny Mullins, Jackie Bradley, Danny Sparks, Jon Swope, Mr. Price. SECOND ROW: Larry Viars, Marshall MeKenzie, Roger Reed, Rex Mullins, Danny Wimmer, Steve Beasley, Doug Mullins. THIRD ROW: Greg Lafon, Walter Kerr, Steve Reed, David Blankenship, Barny Ratliff, Mark Simmons, Mickey Whitlow, Don Lowe. FOURTH ROW: Donald Clyburn, Eddie Hollie, Larry Mullins, Robert Rice, Arthur Godfrey, Tommy Hare, Rodney Williams, Timmy Reed (Manager). FIFTH ROW: Larry Dunbar, Larry Cossey, Mike Craig, James Wood, Jeff Gillespie, Gary Carter (Manager), Eddie Johnson (Manager). V ,£. } . Varsity Football Scoreboard Narrows 13 Narrows 6 Narrows 14 Narrows 0 Narrows 6 Narrows 13 Narrows 48 Narrows 20 Narrows 21 . . . . Radford 21 . . . Wytheville 26 . . . Blacksburg 1 3 Dublin 27 Pulaski 0 Giles 0 . Fort Chiswell 13 Christiansburg 13 . . . . Hillsville 25 Coaches Mr. Bob Price, Head Coach Mr. Larry Greer, Assistant Co-Captains Jackie Bradley Johnny Mullins Jackie Bradley Guard Senior L to R: Mr. Greer, J ackie Bradley, Johnny Mullins, Mr. Price. Managers Johnny Mullins Blocking Back Senior Harold Lafon Fullback Rex Mullins Tackle Don Lowe Guard Roger Reed End Marshall McKenzie Guard Seniors Mark Simmons Blocking Back Doug Mullins Tackle Danny Sparks Wingback Larry Viars Tackle Mickey Whitlow Tackle Danny Wimmer End Jon Swope Center Barny Ratliff Second Team ALL-DISTRICT FOOTBALL Jackie Bradley ALL-DISTRICT FOOTBALL Honorable Mention Virgil Davis Walter Kerr Larry Mullins Rex Mullins Jon Swope FIRST ROW (L TO R): Larry Kerr (Manager), Johnny McClaugherty, Charles Robertson, S.D. Raines, Phillip Thompson, Norman Hollie, George Caldwell, Bill Simmons, Clay Newton, Daryl Lafon, Leroy Collie. SECOND ROW: Larry Riddle, Kenneth Wiley, Mar- ion Ballard, Walter Supernaw, Joel Booth, Danny Fleeman, Tommy Wheeler, Glenn Shrader, Bill Jennings, Danny Haymore, Steve Wade, Jeff Clevenger. THIRD ROW: W.J. Ratcliff, Garland Ratcliffe, Rick Sparks, Kenny Ganoe, Mike Hyatt, Rocky Dillon, Kim Law, Lonnie Herd, Richard Ingram, Mike Kellison, Rickey Kelley. Junior Varsity Football Mr. Bill Patteson SCOREBOARD Narrows 12 Giles 0 Narrows 20 Dublin 7 Narrows 19 Giles 0 Narrows 20 Hillsville 6 Narrows 27 Christiansburg 6 Narrows 0 Blacksburg 14 Narrows 26 Radford 6 COACH 130 FIRST ROW (L TO R): Vincent Crewey, Jimmy Peck, Ted Wilburn, David Whitehead, David Smith, Russell Lowe, Bobby Huffman, Gary Bailey, Jerry Bailey, Wayne Booth, Timmy Roatenberry. SECOND ROW: Mark Waldron (Manager), David Bradley, Gary Green, Billy Turner, Tommy Ballard, Kim Law, Donnie Shrader, Darrell Blankenship, Gus Cummings, Orville Taylor, Mr. Lilly. 8th Grade Football Mr. Bob Lilly COACH SCOREBOARD Narrows 0 Giles 6 Narrows 0 Dublin 13 Narrows 6 Giles 6 Narrows 35 Hillsville 12 Narrows 0 Christiansburg 0 Narrows 0 Blacksburg 20 Narrows 20 Radford 6 131 (L to R): Mr. Patteson, Steve Ragsdale, Robert Crawford, Greg Lafon, Steve Lewis, Barry Ferrell, Virgil Davis, Walter Kerr, Jim Lowe, Larry Kerr, Barny Ratliff, Dale Clark, Alan Hall, Marion Ballard (Manager), Steve Moles (Manager). Varsity Mr. Patteson COACH Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Narrows Basketball Scoreboard 51 63 58 55 71 42 63 .... 62 62 61 62 60 56 88 60 72 59 56 . Fort Chiswell 59 Dublin 50 Galax 5 1 George Wythe 50 . . . . Hillsville 39 . . Blacksburg 66 Giles 38 Radford 55 Christiansburg 40 . Fort Chiswell 52 Dublin 57 ...... Galax 49 George Wythe 46 . . . . Hillsville 41 . . Blacksburg 61 Giles 52 . . . . Radford 76 Pulaski 63 Walter Kerr Center Virgil Davis Guard Barry Ferrell Forward Steve Lewis Guard Greg Lafon Steve Ragsdale Dale Clark Robert Crawford Forward Forward Forward Guard Barny Ratliff Forward Jimmy Lowe Guard 133 Larry Kerr Center Alan Hall Guard DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS Narrows 39 Radford 35 Narrows 44 Blacksburg 45 Narrows 61 Galax 59 135 Kneeling (L to R): Bill Simmons, Cam McLaughlin, J. C. Reed. Second Row: William Crawford, Daryl Lafon, Garland Ratcliffe, Tommy Wheeler, Ricky Law, Joe McAlarnis, Joel Booth, Bill Jennings, Rocky Dillon, Kenny Ganoe, Glenn Shrader, Richard Ingram, Danny Fleeman, Norman Hollie, Mr. Greer. Junior Varsity Basketball Mr. Greer COACH Scoreboard Narrows 34 Narrows 34 Narrows 31 Narrows 46 Narrows 33 Narrows 24 Narrows 30 Narrows 38 Narrows 38 Narrows 48 Narrows 32 Narrows 43 Narrows 33 Narrows 47 Narrows 24 Narrows 35 Narrows 29 Narrows 50 . Fort Chiswell 26 Dublin 29 Galax 29 .George Wythe 41 . . . . Hillsville 28 . . .Blacksburg 32 Giles 47 . . . . Radford 30 Christiansburg 39 . Fort Chiswell 16 Dublin 39 Galax 38 George Wythe 52 . . . . Hillsville 25 . . .Blacksburg 32 Giles 39 . . . . Radford 45 Pulaski 51 I 137 First Row (L to R): Ricky Whitt, Gary Bailey, Wayne Booth, David Bradley. Second Row: David Smith. David Conley, Roy Turner, Chuck Chambers, Jimmy Peck, Vincent Crewey. Third Row: Gary Green, David Whitehead, Richard Johnston, Tommy Ballard, Mr. Worley (COACH). Fourth Row: Pat Spangler, Tommy Heslep, Kim Law. Darrell Blankenship, Billy Turner. 8th Grade Basketball Scoreboard Narrows 28 Narrows 40 Narrows 28 Giles 43 Narrows 32 Christiansburg 42 Christiansburg 46 Narrows 22 Giles 36 Dublin 38 Narrows 37 Blacksburg 51 Narrows 29 . Blacksburg 49 COACH-Mr. Jim Worley 138 Varsity Track Coach Mr. Patterson First Row (L to R): Mike Clevenger, Virgil Davis, Arthur Godfrey, Danny Riddle, Garland Ratcliffe, Gordon Meredith, David Blanken- ship, Dwight Farley, Larry Dunbar, Glenn Shrader. Second Row: Greg White, Randy Morrison, John Hopkins, Mike Hyatt, Greg Lafon, Tommy Hare, Barny Ratliff, Robert Crawford, Steve Lewis, Joel Booth, Phillip Wills. Third Row: Eddie Duncan, Danny Fleeman, Jeff Gillespie, Tommy Wheeler, Kyle Wheeler, Lee Wheeler, Danny Haymore, Mickey Whitlow. Bill Jennings, Robert Rice, Larry Cossey, Greg Spangler, David Robertson. Cross Country Track Coach-Mr. Lilly First Row (L to R): Mr. Lilly, Daryl Bryan, Lee Wheeler, Bill Warner, Robert Crawford. Second Row: David Robertson, Gordon Meredith, Pat Johnson, Danny Riddle, Richard Ingram. 139 FIRST ROW (L to R): Jim Lowe, Dale Clark, Larry Viars, Rocky Thorne, Jon Swope, Rodney Williams, Harold Lafon, Don Lowe, Danny Sparks, Johnny Mullins, Mr. Lilly. SECOND ROW: George Caldwell, Maury Sparks, Phillip Thompson, Eddie Hollie, Larry Mullins, Mark Simmons, Lonnie Herd, Marion Ballard, Marshall McKenzie. THIRD ROW: Larry Riddle, Rocky Dillon, William Craw- ford, Timmy Reed, Larry Kerr, Walter Kerr, Barry Ferrell, Jetty Spicer, Ronnie Cline, Alan Hall. Tennis Coach - Mr. Price FIRST ROW (L to R): Daryl Bryan, C. G. Thomas, Steve Ragsdale, Woody Pack, Gerry Clark. SECOND ROW: Cam McLaughlin, Marvin Perkins, Steve Shires, Pat Johnson, Daryl Porterfield, Mr. Price. THIRD ROW: Kenny Ganoe, Ricky Law, Bill Simmons, John Saavedra. Baseball Coach - Mr. Lilly Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Mrs. Ballard Sponsor Teresa Hudson Sara Elmore Cathy Clevenger Donna Neal Brenda Martin Carol Homiak IT plj 1 , " ' ? JB| Barbara Patteson Debbie Stables Mary Underwood 143 Sandra Cunningham 144 « Advertisements Narrows, Virginia 726-2326 Stores Also in Roanoke (Towers Plaza) - Pulaski - Clifton Forge 146 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK NARROWS RICH CREEK PEARISBURG Established 1905 “As strong as the mountains that surround it” “ONE MILLION DOLLAR” Excess Insurance Coverage Protects our Customers Complete banking Services Narrows and Pearisburg A MEMBER BANK OF THE FIRST VIRGINIA BANKSHARES CORPORATION 147 “Mr. Moo” Says, Milk Makes Energy! Drink 3 Glasses Every Day Leatherwood Dairy Congratulations to Graduation Class of 1968 CELCO PLANT CELANESE FIBERS COMPANY A DIVISION OF CELANESE CORPORATION Narrows— Pearisburg, Virginia 149 Compliments of CLEVENGER’S SUPER MARKET “Your Friendly Food Store” We give S. H. Green Stamps Narrows, Virginia Two Stores to Serve You B B STORES- 5 10 Narrows and Pearisburg Narrows, Virginia QUICK CLEAN NEW RIVER LUMBER COMPANY Self-Service Laundry Building Materials and Dry Cleaning Dupont Paints Try our new Vic Drycleaning Johns-Manville Products Machine Telephone 726-2341 8 lbs — 8 quarters Phone PA 6-7975 Narrows, Virginia Narrows, Virginia 150 SHUFF’S S. W. EQUIPMENT CORP. Massey Ferguson Farm Machinery, Heavy Equipment, Parts and Service E. R. Shuff Phone PA 6-2222 Narrows, Virginia SPUR FEED AND SUPPLY Narrows, Virginia Pearisburg, Virginia Giles County’s Shopping Center GILES COUNTY VIRGINIAN LEADER Publishers and Commercial Printers “See us for all printing needs” Pearisburg, Virginia 151 COBURN McLaughlin’s Ambassador Cards Moving Storage Chanel No. 5 Agents for Arpege My Sin orth American Van Lines Te ephone (703) 726-3237 Dial 726-3532 Narrows, Virginia Rich Creek, Virginia RIFFE’S FUNERAL HOME, INC. NARROWS FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP Air Conditioned Chapels 24 Hour Ambulance Service 600 E. Main Street Telephone 726-2442 Narrows, Virginia G. R. Hall, Prop. Flowers for all Occasions Potted Plants— Gifts— Antiques Dial PA 6-2478 Narrows, Virginia DUTTON’S DRUG STORE DESKINS SUPER MARKET Your store piffle “A satisfied customer is our first consideration” Revlon Agency Located between Rich Creek Russell Stover Candy and Peterstown Narrows, Virginia RUSHBROOKE CLEANERS INGRAM AND TAYLOR FURNITURE, INC. Phone 921-3685 129 Main Street For Better Cleaning Pearisburg, Virginia Pearisburg, Virginia Phone 921-1656 “Everything To Make the Home Comfortable” 152 Compliments of “PETE” McGHEE GILES MANUFACTURING CORE. Phone 726-3573 Narrows, Virginia THOMAS CUT CURL BEAUTY SHOPPE Electric Plumbing Contractor Phone 726-3645 222 Main St. Narrows, Virginia Narrows, Virginia McLEANS’ DRUG STORE Prescription Druggist (s Phone PL 3-4315 Peterstown, West Virginia Compliments of THOMAS THEATER Narrows, Virginia J, Frank Heslep, Jr. MUTT’S TRADING POST STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES Auto, Fire Life 726-2785 1st National Bank Building Rich Creek, Virginia Narrows, Virginia GREEN GOLD GRILL Short orders, Pizz a, Thick Shakes Next to the High School 726-3288 Narrows, Virginia HARRIS’ GROCERY Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone PArk 6-3871 Route 460 — On the Comer DANNY’S BARBER SHOP BILL’S SUPER MARKET Rt. 460 Narrows, Virginia Rich Creek, Va. Haircuts $1.25 PEARISBURG HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY E. K. BOGGESS HARDWARE CORPORATION Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Telephone 921-1751 General Hardware Pearisburg Virginia Phone 753-9502 Peterstown, W. Va. D F DEPARTMENT STORE TWIN-STATE FURNITURE CO. Phone 753-9595 Name brands at discount prices Peterstown, West Virginia Deskins Shopping Center 153 PSATHOS’ CAFE Plate Lunches, Sandwiches, Hot Dogs and Hamburgers Telephone 726-7987 Route 460 Narrows, Virginia A.B.C. WITTEN’S OF PEARiSBURG 154 NARROWS SINCLAIR . . . and the world will make a beaten path to your door. Profit and honor are rewards for those con- tributing significantly to our way of life because under Free Enterprise each of us has the opportunity Monroe Street to get ahead by seeking to build a “better mousetrap.” Narrows, Virginia APPALACHIAN POWER CO. “We Give Top Value Stamps” Compliments: ROYAL CROWN COLA AND DIET-RITE COLA Company Bluefield, Virginia C S OIL COMPANY “Service When You Need It Most” Metered Service Keep Full Service Call 921-3748 Pearisburg Virginia 155 GILES FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE, INC. MACS AUTO SERVICENTER Store Division Specializing in Front End Alignment, Wheel Balancing, Brake Service and Engine Tuneups Pearisburg, Virginia Phone 921-3853 Telephone 921-9846 MOTOR SUPPLY CORPORATION NARROWS TRUCK STOP Wholesale Automotive Route 460 Parts and Equipment 24-hour service Bluff City and Rich Creek Phone 726-7937 Pearisburg — 921-3354 P. G. Flippin N® ' Narrows — 726-3767 Owner RAINBOW HARDWICK-HUNDLEY INSURANCE AGENCY The Place To Go RAINBOW DRIVE IN Giles Professional Building Pearisburg Phone 921-1626 Telephone 921-3335 Pearisburg. Virginia RICHARDSON CHEVROLETOLDS., INC, Route 460 Narrows, Virginia Telephone 921-3812 156 Best Wishes to the _ Everythjng Graduating Class mrmrJv Home and LAUR-UND MANUFACTURING Auto COMPANY, INC. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE Narrows, Virginia Dial 726-3222 Narrows, Virginia TERRY’S DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 753-4329 Peterstown, West Virginia HOME SERVICE SUPPLY Insulation and Electric Heat Awnings, Iron Railings Aluminum Storm Windows and Doors, Siding Dial 726-3531 Box 0 Rich Creek, Virginia HERFF JONES COMPANY Designers and Manufacturers of Distinctive class jewelry . . . graduation announcements . . . medals . . . trophies . . . scholastic awards. Stamper Glenn, Representative Buddy Moses, Representative Indianapolis, Indiana 157 Compliments of ROLLER FLORAL COMPANY Pearisburg, Va. Princeton, W. Va. Bluefield, W. Va. A FRIEND CARDENS MAYTAG CO. Furniture Appliances Buy Nationally Advertised Brands of Furniture for your Home at Carden’s Compliments of Patty Bailey Linda Hyatt THE RAINBOW GIRLS Compliments of NEW RIVER VALLEY DRESS MANUFACTURING COMPANY Narrows, Virginia Compliments of THE HO-HO-HO GANG Compliments of DOWDY’S JEWELERS Compliments of CROY MOTOR SALES, INC. Rambler Dealer Phone 365 Pearisburg, Virginia Compliments of KERN’S BAKERY COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND FIRST NATIONAL BANK Compliments of OF PETERSTOWN PARK DRIVE-IN THEATER Complete Banking Service Peterstown, West Virginia Eat at KINNEY’S DRIVE-IN COMPLIMENTS OF A Route 100 FRIEND Narrows, Virginia 158 SMART SET BEAUTY SALON COMBINED INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA Leatherwood Building Narrows, Virginia Phone 726-3782 Box 363 — Narrows, Va. Latest in hairstyling by S. Perry Hall Charlotte Wills and Sales Manager Charlotte Agee Compliments of VALLEY FINANCE COMPANY Loans up to $800 Phone 753-4336 Box 297 Peterstown, West Virginia Compliments of GILES COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT JOHNSON ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO. 419 E. Main Street Narrows, Virginia Frigidaire - Maytag- Zenith Phone 726-2142 159 Get The Best Get Sealtest Distributed By FARRIS BROTHERS DAIRY, INC. Dublin, Virginia Pontiac GMC Trucks BUICK Buick INGRAM PONTIAC CORPORATION Dollar for Dollar You Can’t Beat A Pontiac Telephone 151 Pearisburg, Virginia Route 460 100 Sales and Service Compliments of “THE DODGE BOYS” AKERS MOTOR COMPANY Incorporated Narrows, Virginia Oadge Dodge Trucks Sales and Service Jeep 160 SPANGLER OIL CO., INC. Clean, Economical, Odorless Heating Oil Residential - Commercial Industrial Prompt Courteous Delivery Call 726-3421 Rich Creek, Virginia DAVIS RADIO T. V. R. C. A. VICTOR DEALER Sales and Service Color Black White Service Rates $3.00 Pearisburg, Virginia Phone 921-3721 EARLY AMERICAN FURNITURE PERIOD FURNITURE MODERN FURNITURE MOHAWK CARPET MONARCH CARPET PHILCO ELECTRIC RANGES, REFRIGERATORS, WASHERS, DRYERS, RADIOS AND TELEVISION. ADMIRAL TELEVISION AND STEREO SETS EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME SEE US FOR BIG TRADE INS AND OUR EASY TERMS A. M. WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. Narrows, Virginia 161 Shop DITTMAN ' S SHOE FAIR For Quality Footwear for Every Member of the Family 4 ‘Famous Brands” Ladies’ Men’s Children’s P. F. Flyers (Men’s Hush Puppies Sandy McGee Mother Goose Women’s Children’s) Lady Bostonians Acme Boots Blue Star Bata Bullets (Men’s, Charm Step Hush Puppies Acme Boots Boys’, Ladies’) Boot-ster Casuals Mansfields Hush Puppies California Cobblers Bostonian Edwards Paradise Kittens Jolene Footwear For Every Occasion Expertly Fitted Pearisburg, Virginia J. S. LATTA, INC. School Supplies and Equipment EUGENE BALL’S GARAGE 209 Westview St. - 726-2382 Complete Brake Service - Motor Tune-up Huntington, W. Va. 1502 fourth Avenue Goodyear and Goodrich Silvertown Tires Ammco Brake Drum Lathe - Shop Service QUALITY FOOD COMPANY Distributors of fancy foods Institutional Foods 631 Glenn Avenue, N. E. Roanoke, Virginia RAY NEELY General Contractor Residential and Commercial State Registration 5281 Phone PA 6-3506 Narrows, Virginia CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1968 THE ANNUAL STAFF 162 Pearisburg Public Library + M4 ■ 3M l A C
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