Northside High School - North Star Yearbook (Roanoke, VA)
- Class of 1968
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Northside H igh School
Two children hold hands to mask
insecurity as they travel up the
road to education and adulthood.
Roger Bryant and Linda Mercer ponder
the surprise and downfall awaiting them.
Winter . . . . . 7-'L
Spring ...... .. .130
All Seasons. .. ...174
Epilogue.. .. . . .212
Introduction. . . .
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A CHILD GOES FORTH
There was a child went forth every day,
And the Hrst object he l00k'a' upon, that
object he became,
Ana' that object became part of him for
the day or a certain part of the day,
Or for many years or stretching cycles of
For all the years of our lives objects in-
fluence us each day. These objects do, as
the poet so rhythmically expresses, become
a part of us. Some objects will leave their
imprint for all the rest of our lives, while
others will remain part of us for only a fleet-
Life, the art of drawing without an eraser,
holds moments when we wish that we could
erase events, at other moments we wish
time would stop its continual progress so
we could look closely at our world.
In this manner one year at Northside pas-
sed. Our lives intermingledg we learned some,
grew some. Years ahead will reveal just how
much influence passing objects had on us.
Flighth grader, Sharon Hostetter, has difficulty de-
ciding which number combination will open her locker.
A ctivate A tmosphere
Though poets and biologists describe
spring as the all-around time of beginning,
fall is a time of beginning for Northsiders.
First and foremost is the opening of school.
Students face the "same old grind" and
slowly grow accustomed to the basic routines
of tests, homework, and projects. Clubs or-
ganize for the year and elect officers to lead
in club activities. Plans materialize for forth-
coming programs and projects.
Cross country meets under open skies
provide opportunities of exercise for inter-
ested boys. Viking football fans enjoy com-
petition and keen excitement on chilly nights.
When autumn's falling leaves are covered
with December snow, students note the end
of this beginning as the school year is well
Keyettes, Debbie Wilkerson and Alice Davis, work against the cold to sell programs at a football game.
At the close of another hard school day, weary students welcome the pilgrimage to homeward bound buses
Viking Mike Henderson battles his opponent for the
ball as Bernard Harris comes to the rescue.
Coach Isabell braves winters snow and ice so as
not to dlsappoint his boys Phys. Ed. classes today.
Icicles are A Part 0 Wintefs Wonder
Dark, rainy days preceded Christmas and
students met the dead of winter with hopes
that snow was not too far away. Far spread
were the November days on which we could
stand at a bus stop and see our own breath.
Basketball games and wrestling matches
brought the dual excitement, and the team
members sometime rose far above their ex-
pectations, sometimes failed to meet their
"Yultide Dreams" and holiday KL parties
characterizes the Christmas vacation for
Exams in late January worried someg
others were not bothered any more by exams
than they were by weekly English assign-
Scores of Seniors shouted for joy as col-
lege acceptances reach their hands. Others
heaved a sigh of relief that only first semes-
ter grades count toward their acceptances.
'iShould it be here cut here?" Mr. Carter, Cindy Henley, and Pat Ball decorate for the Miss North Star Dance.
Mike Morris holds the flag
steady while Bill Hedrick
sinks a putt into the cup.
Short Eight Grader, Donna Gryder, utilizes the lower shelf of her locker
while in search of a lost Geography Book she needs for her exams.
Everyone stands with bowed heads as the minister
prays at the 1967 Graduation Service.
All the Students
Sustain Spring Fever
The end of the beginning for eight graders
and the beginning of the end for seniors
came when spring arrived.
Northside's youngest class saw their first
year draw to a close and, along with other
underclassmen, planned schedules of classes
Boys participated in track and field events,
tennis, and golf. Girls turned to softball and
Many clubs ended their year with spring
banquets to present awards. Outstanding
students received recognition at the annual
Awards Assembly which occupied two hours
of class time.
Juniors arranged last-minute details and
seniors enjoyed their final high school prom.
Graduation 1968 ended spring activities
for seniors. Northside's latest graduates
would soon be on the bottom rungs of lad-
ders in the exciting world outside N.H.S.
Four June days held exams for eight
graders and seniors alike. Classroom days
ended, schools closed, and a sultry summer
faced happy students.
The nurrying tumbling waves, quick-broken crests slappzng
The strata of color'd clouds, the long bar of maroon tznt away solztary by ztself the spread of
purity it lies motionless in,
The horizon's edge, the flying sea-crow, the fragrance of salt marsh and shore mud
Reluctantly parting with summer, surf-
boards, beaches, and fairs, Vikings throng
to the gym to meet new friends and old ac-
quaintances from the last year, and to re-
cognize the first day of school. Before the
fun and experiences of summer can be stored
in our memories for further reference, the
old familiar sign of autumn appears - days
start to shrink very slowly, and become
The hazy skies and lazy days of Indian
summer set a smoky, pleasant stage which
waits expectantly for Autumn to appear.
Then it comes in scarlet, gold and rust color-
ed splendor. Blazing bonfires and happy hay-
rides, football games and after-game excur-
sions to Lendy's quickly pill the ache of sum-
Our school secretaries, Judy Philpott and Judy St. Clair busily but happily count money for book rental.
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Northside High, surrounded by mountains and sky plays an important part in the education of many students.
Students saw a different face this year if
they had occasion to enter the principal's of-
fice. Most students also caught glimpses of
Mr. David Urquhart at assemblies, in the cafe-
teria, or when moving to and from class. Ad-
ministrative policies, student discipline, and
other vital regulations originated in Mr. Urqu-
Mr. Hal Johnston and Mr. Eugene Orr, our
two assistant principals, offered disciplinary
measures in many instances and gave guidance
to many students. This guidance came from
their knowledge of official policies, their
familiarity with where things might be found
around the school, and their willingness to be
of help to students. SCA officers, club presi-
dents, and others at Northside continually
found need of the assistance of these two men.
Miss Judy St. Clair and Miss Judy Philpott
kept things running smoothly in the office
with their efficiency, friendly smiles, and
Mr. Johnson and Mr. Orr formulate ideas, policies.
Mr. David Urquhart,
our principal, must
study and regulate
Miss McDavid calculates the overdue book charge for Alan Stolove two week overdue library books.
Mrs. Donna Henderson
Miss Edna McDavid
Guidance and Library
H em All Students
The Guidance Department, a vital part of
Northside High School's organization, is
busy all year. Fall finds the Guidance De-
partment hastily correcting schedules and
establishing the important routines that
govern life about the school. Every morning
finds Mr. Shelton and Mrs. Henderson ex-
cusing absences and keeping track of the
student body. Miss Peters and Mr. Gallion,
our two part-time guidance counselors, offer
their services to confused students during
one or two periods each day.
By giving achievement tests, administer-
ing college board PSAT and SAT, and in-
terpreting scores, the members of this de-
partment extimate the aptitudes of numer-
Our library gained accredation last year
after attaining the required five books per
student. Several students and teachers assist
librarian Miss Edna McDavid throughout
the day in keeping up with these volumes.
Mr. Gallion has a conference
with a student about grades.
Mr. Gallion, Mr. Shel-
ton, and Mrs. Hen-
derson confer over
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Mrs. Suellen Fore
Miss Jerry Fudge
Mr. Bob Howell
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Mr. Dwight Shoher
Mrs. Sue Yates
Mrs. Susan Zimmer
Mrs. Zimmer gives Jimmy Beckner extra assistance with
Algebra I during his seventh period study hall.
Miss Fudge wears a look of surprise as she receives
the Christmas present given by her Geometry class.
Math Problems Rankle
Most All Students
Eighth graders overhear many foreign-
sounding words when listening to the after-
test discussions of upperclassmen. Often
they wonder how any human can keep all
those terms straight. Sines, cosines, tang-
ents, gemmetric progressions, dot product
of two vectors - all these terms hold a fear-
ful note for the inexperienced.
Algebra, geometry, and trigonometry stu-
dents quickly gain familiarity with terms
and learn to use them with little thought
about their difficulty. A teacher's explana-
tion often brings an understanding of how
seemingly complicated terms can simplify
Slide rules, Compasses, protractors, and
other vital instruments equip the student
and aid his mind and pencil. Equipped also
with his language of mathematics, he pro-
gresses with classmates toward complete
understanding of the subject matter.
Miss Minnich's Trigonome-
try class diligently concen-
trates on making geomet-
ric figures on the last day
of school before Christmas.
Math Presents ct
T ritz! to Most Students
Northside's Science Department offers
courses for students in all grades. Eighth
graders struggle with earth science and bio-
logy. Freshmen plod through one semester
of chemistry and one of physics. Sophomores
attempt standarized tests and dissections in
biology. Many upperclassmen daily face the
perils of taking junior chemistry or senior
Laboratory experiments, mimeographed
tests, and classroom discussions, of scientific
apparatus and methods occupy an hour of
each school day for hundreds of science stu-
dents. All must formulate and carry out an
experiment to be graded as a science project.
Those with successful projects are urged to
enter the Roanoke County Science Fair in
Miss Fitzer lectures endlessly on the complicated prin-
ciples of math to her eager eighth-grade students.
Mr. Stewart watches and assists Wanda Glass and
There may be a slight handicap as Becky Heck
manages to help Susie Sarver with a problem of
weights and balances.
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Ann Jones with weight problems in ninth grade Physics.
Miss Rebecca Brammer
Miss Margaret Fitizer
Mr. R. L. Stewart
Mr. Archie Stoots
Mr. John Turner
Mr. William Waker
Mr. William Yates
Mrs. Patricia Zirkle
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Students give projects on mesozoic periods.
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Mr. Stewart measures Pat DooIey's height in meters.
Mrs. Yates helps puzzled
Debbie Revere, an eighth
grader, with some diffi-
cult math problems.
Butch Carter, an eager senior, thoroughly explains the periodic chart in an interesting Chemistry class.
World A jfairs are Top
Most in Our Minds
In accordance with county requirements
all students must complete courses in Ameri-
can history, U. S. and Virginia government,
and World geography or World history. There-
fore, most students find themselves enrolled
in social studies classes every year.
Maps, globes, and textbooks carry eighth
graders to far-off lands as they meet people
of different habitats in their study of world
geography. World history students learn
about past events, battles, and famous per-
sonages. Sophomores familiarize themselves
With our nation's past in American history.
Government classes introduce juniors and
seniors to fundamentals of our nation's
Juniors and seniors may elect any one,
two, or three, or all four of the semester
social studies electives. These electives are
in psychology, sociology, economics, and com-
Mrs. Naff explains map projections to one of her
interested eighth grade World Geography classes.
Mr. Alfred Anderson
Miss Shirley Gregory
Mr. Richard Leftwich
Mr. Curtis Miller
Mrs. Mary Naff
Miss Norma Peters
Mr. William Prunly
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Mr. Prunty observes the concentration on the faces of his students as they struggle to remember correct answers.
All Sujfer Through
New approaches to English grammar in-
troduced many unfamiliar terms to students
in grades eight through twelve. Teachers
abandoned traditional grammar for the basic
sentence patterns emphasized by structural
linguists. Students learned to recognize basic
sentence patterns and to see clauses and
phrases as components of these patterns.
Twenty-five seniors studied transforma-
tional grammar in Northside's first Advanc-
ed Grammar and Composition class. They
also made detailed studies of methods for
developing paragraphs, themes, essays, and
short stories. '
Delving into the depths of human nature,
students met and analyzed illustrious char-
acters from a variety of novels. Knowledge
of figures of speech, meter, rhyme, and
style added meaning to class studies of
poems. Plays and short stories introduced
other modes of literary expression.
Mrs. Shook placcidly takes roll at the ,
beginning of her English class. I
Mr. Robert Brill Mr. Gerald Carter Mrs. Jo Ann Lonker Mrs. Joan Mitchell
Mary Frances Petty Mrs. Dorthy Russo Miss Linda Savelle Mrs. Rosemary Shook
Mrs. Susan Vandergriff
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Miss Potter patiently and calmly explains the theory of Reid Kellogg to her eighth grade student Leila Smiley
Since Roanoke County requires
that all students complete courses E
in American history, U. S. and
Virginia government, and world
geography or world history be-
fore they may graduate, most stu-
dents find themselves enrolled in
Social Studies classes every year.
These classes include numerous
off-the-subject current e v e n t s ,
discussions, and teachers encour-
age the use of maps, news maga-
zines, and newspapers.
Headed by Miss Norma Jean
Peters, this department centers
around the student's awareness
of his world. Besides the required
courses, the department offered
four semester electives. Juniors ,,,,,,....
and seniors may elect any one,
two, or three, or all four of these.
These courses are in psychology,
sociology, economics, and com-
English students listen as Richard Huffman finishes his book report.
H orzzons are Broadened Through Study
Students busily take notes as Mrs. Lonker lectures on the early period of English.
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"And the Black Plague spread throughout Western Eu-
rope," comments Mr. Brill as his students listen and
follow their notes.
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podium as she makes government come alive
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Miss Edna Martin Miss Yvonne Myers
diligently teaches her students Spanish with laughter and smiles throughout the class period.
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Miss Martin carefully explains the fundamentals
of conjugating a verb in Latin I class.
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N.H.S. language students plodded through
French, Spanish, or Latin classes with the
aid of brand new textbooks. Abandoning
classical methods of vocabulary drills and
verb conjugation, teachers stressed progress
toward thinking French or correctly .pro-
nouncing everyday Spanish words. Tape re-
corders and records, two of the language
teacher's most effective tools, familiarized
students with the "sound" of the language.
Thus vocabularies grew for first-year stu-
dents much in the same manner that a child
learns to speak his native language. Whether
by modern techniques or by age-old methods
of memorization, study of foreign languages
and their related civilizations opened up a
new world of far-off lands for numerous
Vikings. Maps of Roman lands, recorded
lyrics of French folk songs, and unintelligible
discussions of Spanish patriots testified to
Tooth Brushes and
Paint Enliven Arts
Lights, action, and the play begins.
Our dramatics teacher Mrs. Coffindaffer
gives her classes the ever-necessary training
and experience needed to produce plays. The
dramatics department presents short plays
for Christmas and Easter assemblies. Mem-
bers of this department also present one-act
plays for paid assemblies and district and
state competition between high schools. Mrs.
"C" also directs the senior class play in the
fall and the junior class play in the spring.
Spring 1967 saw the production of South
Pacific. Fun and frolic for juniors and sen-
iors in the cast and those working back stage
resulted in a successful money-making effort
for the junior class.
Mrs. Harris leads art students in studies
of various art forms, the history of art, and
different art materials. These varied ap-
proaches to art provide a basis for the crea-
tive expression of students with all types of
personalities. The art classes have a display
on A-hall at all times.
Janie Hoer and Jo Alice Ruble exhibit a spirit of
creativity while making facial masks for Art I class.
For a pantomime Senior Bob Cregger brushes his teeth while in the mirror his
image, Jerry Shafer, mimics him as Mrs. Coffindaffer watches in dramatics class
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Mrs. Elizabeth Harris
Mildred Johnson claps her hands to the
beat to get her choir in the swing.
Rosie Doyle and Brenda Fahnestock turn the rope for Patsy Arrington to jump as Mrs. Coffindaffer watches.
Machines Hum ana'
Hack Saws Buzz
The odors that emitted from the Home
Economics room contrasted the unpleasant
ones that students smelled coming from the
chemistry lab. Cakes, pies, and cookies sent
only pleasant odors into the halls.
Besides baking, home economics students
sewed, studied interior decorating, and dis-
cussed child care. During a study of house
plans girls drew up samples of their own
and outlined technical details of these.
Industrial arts students daily entered their
own World in the room on B-hall from which
emerged the sounds of machines, machines,
machines. Saws, drills, and other instru-
ments took on a special significance when
these boys learned their most intricate parts.
Students studied the various grains of wood
and learned how to finish each type.
These two departments gave students the
opportunity to practice what they learned
and to develop individual skills.
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Mr. Price explains and teaches Billy Bowman how to ex-
periment with planes and sandpaper in Industrial Arts.
Mrs. McBride patiently shows her Home Ec students how to thread a machine.
Mr. Vernon Price
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Carol Echols and Connie Furrow gain experience by practicing new recipes in Home Economics class.
Mn. Patricia Kelly
Business teacher Mrs. Penturff
instructs Sharon Cuddy on her
general business homework.
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Mn. Elinor Wall
Taught Varied Skills
Before venturing into our fast-moving
complex society, which places constantly in-
creasing emphasis on business and finance,
or opportunities for education at business
schools, commercial students learn the basics
through high school business courses. North-
side's business department offers courses in
typing, bookkeeping, shorthand, and office
practice. Typing and shorthand, progressive
courses which place emphasis on the stu-
dent's improvement, help him progress from
basics to knowledge of mod-ern business
techniques. Bookkeeping and office practice
develop skills for future use.
Academic students may enroll in a semes-
ter personal typing course. As its name im-
plies, this course introduces methods for
typing letters, term papers, and themes.
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Concentration, quick-moving fingers, and near-perfect rhythm bring students excellent grades on timings.
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Exercises are a
Headache to All
The Physical Education Department of
Northside consists of Mrs. Clemons, Mrs.
Kavitz, Mr. Dyer, and Mr. Isbell. Alternat-
ing a gym course with a health course in the
eighth and tenth grades and classroom
Driver Training in the ninth grade, the physi-
cal education curriculum has been expand-
ed and improved. Among the sports offered
are basketball, softball, speedball, Volleyball,
tumbling, and soccer. In addition, the girls
study dancing for a part of the year and
boys learn gymnastical feats and weight-
In the classroom, the fundamentals of
health are broadened and elaborated on by
closer study of the human anatomy, piece
by piece. The half-year of driver training
offered in the freshman year is the course
which is recommended by most of the com-
panies dealing with automobile insurance.
Student teachers Miss Keiger and Miss Brown show
gym classes the correct way to hit a volleyball.
.,,. Driver ed. teacher Mrs. Garst points out the importance -of a
safety belt to Nancy Hatcher, Ellen Hatcher, and Lyn Dillon
Mrs. Nancy Clemons Mr. Ralph Isbell
Mr. Don Dyer Mrs. Doris Kavitz
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R. C.E. C. Has Good
Roanoke County Educational Center offers
interested juniors and seniors the opportun-
ity to apply practical knowledge acquired in
the classroom. Seventy of the three hundred
fifty students at R. C. E. C. are from North-
After passing qualifying tests, students
from Northside and the other four county
high schools study in this central location
off Veterans Facility Road. The Wide variety
of courses offered includes cosmetology, auto
mechanics, practical nursing, data procesing,
and vocational office training.
Valuable experience comes from all these
vocational courses. R. C. E. C. training will
enable graduates to obtain better-paying
positions after high school.
James Reed learns the valuable use of the
lathe at the County Educational Center.
Rke. County Educational Cen-
ter offers vocational experience.
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two boys at Roanoke County Vocational Center. dent of a satisfying and stylish coifeur.
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Shelton, Waker, Dyer, Isabell, Prunty tensely watch a crucial moment in Northside's Homecoming Game
With Little Success
Fans yelled, "Go Vikings," and football
season began with a close game against Hills-
Ville. Coaches Ken Shelton, Ralph Isbell,
Willie Waker, Donnie Dyer, and the varsity
squad ended the season with a 2-7-1 record.
Greatest excitement in the stands came
with the Homecoming victory of 19-0 over
finished the 1967 season with only two
minutes of the final game of the season
against William Byrd, Viking fans saw the
score shift from 7-6, our favor, to 7-13, and
The Varsity coaches selected Wayne Gaabo
and Stanford Johnson co-captains. Team
ability brought him the title Most Valuable
Lineman. Agile Greg Smallwood took honors
and Stanford Johnson Most Valuable Line-
Dickey Stucky tcnsely awaits
a pass at a crucial moment.
Captains Gaabo and
Henson shake hands
with opposing cap-
tains before the kick.
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: First Row-David
Early, Tommy Clayton, Gary Davidson, Terry Hen-
son, Mike Henderson, Russel Johnson, Kurt Nulf.
Second Row-Wayne Gaabo, Mike Walters, Russ
Hamilton, Jimmy Mills, Kyle Fitzgerald, Gary Con-
ner, Steve Turner. Third Row-Billy Wright, David
Bousman, Harry Hambrick, Gene Fielder, Doug
Walters, Ricky Schilling, Steve Lambruscari. Fourth
Row-Larry Stewart, Steve Cronise, Larry Hamil-
ton, Teddy Worrel, Richard Newton, James Garst,
Journell, John Kidd, Dickey Stuckey, Alan Moore,
Melvin Puckett. Fifth RowEStafford Lewis, Alan
Wayne Jarrels, Steve Hall, Pete Grogan.
Our Team Morale Was Never Lacking in Spirzt
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
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ball deep in opponent Lord Botetourt's territory.
Coach Shelton leads a prayer and all players join in
before the start of the big: game against Cave Spring.
Instills Basic Skills
Northside's Freshman Football team fin-
ished this year's season with a two-three
record. Freshman Coach, Donnie Dyer, was
pleased with the great effort and playman-
ship shown by the team.
Most older members of the Freshman
Team will return next year to play for Jun-
ior Varsityg some of those returning are
quarterback Robert Sesco, Most Valuable
Lineman Greg Stultz, and Most Valuable
Back Mike Barton.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
N.H.S. ...... 19 Lord Botetourt ........ 0
N.H.S. ...... 7 Cave Spring . . . . .19
N.H.S. ...... 7 Rk. Catholic . . . . .21
N.H.S. ...... 21 Wm. Byrd . ,. .. . 0
N.H.S. ...... 0 Glenvar . . . .. . 7
Tom Bradshaw avoids splattering their oncom-
ing defense to gain yardage for the Vikings.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: First Row-Andy Jami-
son, Denny Monk, John Kennedy, Jim Yates, Mike
Kelley, Robin Dudley, Don Maberry, Kenny Keen,
Moody, John Plunkett. Second Row-Bruce Bollin-
ger, Mike Carr, Colin Hines, Randy Caldwell, Bob
Clifton Hambrick. Third Row-Roger Bradley, Ro-
bert Sesco, Ridge Sink, Mike Barton, Dick Oliver,
Greg Stultz, Robert Brammer.
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Smallwood, Larry Moore, Dennis Vandergriff, Mike
Purritt, Ricky Hanes, Roger Johnson. Second Row-
Larry Ford, Mike Jamison, Larry Davis, Lynnis
Vernon, Kim Anderson, Barry Francisco, Mike Aher-
on. Third Row-Van Vandergriff, Ricky Stout, Ron-
nie Fitzgerald, Roger Bryant, Jay Morgan, Tim
Edmundson. Fourth Row-Glen Hicks, Mike Derm,
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The clashing of linemen's shoulder pads
Shouts and cheers go up from Northside fans
as referee announces the touchdown is good.
and the mad scramble for the pigskin are
over for this year. The Junior Varsity Team
finished the 1967 season with only two
Coach William Prunty made proficient
ball handlers of many talented freshmen and
sophomore boys. Mike Jamison's blocking
ability brought him the title Most Valuable
Lineman. Agile Greg Smallwood took honors
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Wm. Byrd . . .
Cave Spring .
Vikings Triumph in
Green crepe paper streamers stretched
across halls, signs with victory slogans post-
ed on every door, and shouts of Hcremate
the Cavaliers" characterized Pep Week 1967.
Pep Club president Susan Aheron led the way
in decorating, building spirit, and raising
hopes for victory. Students cheered as Terry
Henson was named "Mr. Football" at the
Friday afternoon pep assembly.
The Homecoming Parade moved slowly and
noisily from Crossroads Mall to the Viking
The sophomore class float won the five
dollar first prize.
The 19 to 0 score lighted on the scoreboard
climaxed a spirited week. The Cavaliers of
Fieldale-Collinsville were "cremated" by our
hardy Viking team. Alumni crowded into
the stands, sharing the victorious moment
with senior and eighth grader alike.
An extra highlight came at half time when
Mr. David Urquhart, our principal, crowned
s e n i o r Brenda Fahnestock Homecoming
Beaming members of the 1967 Homecoming Court are Chippy Williams, Sue Mabry, Pat Fielder, Sue Aheron,
Brenda Hylton Brenda Fahnestock Teresa Lynch Norma Palispis, Linda Mercer, Debbie Smith, Dena Wertz.
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The cheerleaders give a touch
of good luck to David Early.
.C.A. Ties Student
Walter Reinhardt, president of the Stu-
dent Cooperative Association, appointed the
members of a permanent SCA committee,
the Foreign Exchange Board. This commit-
tee will handle relations with all foreign ex-
change students in the future and will ap-
propriate money for the personal needs of
the student each year.
The Inter-Club Council, perhaps the most
powerful student government organization
within the SCA, decided when and where
extracurricular activities of 1967-68 would
take place. Membership included representa-
tives of each active club.
The Pep Club produced a genial spirit at
sports events. This club sponsored a banner
contest to promote school spirit. It was also
responsible for the introduction of the old
Irish custom of a spirit stick. The class with
the highest percentage attendance at athletic
events received the spirit stick for the follow-
PEP CLUB: First Row-Linda Kidd, Debbie Cut-
right, Susan Bailey, Norma Harris, Glayds Sheets,
Shelia Hall, Susan Sarver, Carol Lucas, Deena
Wertz, Donna Gryder, Brenda Creasy. Second Row-
Mrs. Lonker, Jeanne Motley, Joy Gottshaw, Martha
Brown, Susan Wingo, Camilla Hall, Pat Fielder,
Mary Lynn Hughson, Linda Mercer, Sandra Creasy,
Betty Jones, Norma Palispis. Third Row-Jill Got-
tshaw, Sue Aheron, Jim Clark, Ralph Bayer, Lynn
Gordh, Karyl Brooks, Karen Brooks, Stephanie Tur-
ner, Bonnie Restivo, Jean Fisher, Janice Brent, Zella
While Gale Hedrick watches, two underclassmen shake
hands with the Junior Class's efigy for Homecoming.
Pruitt, Cindy Kelly, Pat Ball, Mrs. Zirkle. Fourth
Row-Brenda Glass, Linda Turner, Peggy Schoon-
over, Linda Collins, Cindy Howell, Debbie Caldwell,
Debbie Smith, Teresa Lynch, Jane Gilbert, Linda
Keen, Lynda Williams, Charlotte Maberry, Sue
Mabry, Paula Gibson, Joyce Nichols, Cindy Henley.
Fifth Row-Sherry Ford, Debbie Oyler, Cathy John-
son, Melinda Feury, Denise Boone, Gail Johnson,
Karen Murco, Keys Bordwine, Ray Shrader, Sharon
West, Vicki Woolwine, Carol Waring, Martha Davis,
Alice Davis, Jane Mantz, Mary Davis.
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drink of good ole Viking water during Homecoming. date of their choice hoping he will win.
The 1967-68 S.C.A. officers are Terry Henson, Vice-Presidentg Carolyn Cole, Chapling Sue Aheron, Secretaryg
Walter Rhienhardt, Presidentg and Brad Smallwood, Treasure.
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Norma Palispis landed at Woodrum Air-
port on a sultry August morning. Nervous-
ly she met her new family, the Cloyd McCon-
nells. Second of the nine children in her
family, Norma, our foreign exchange stu-
dent for 1967-68, comes to us from Baquio
Norma has undertaken extracurricular
activities which include Pep Club, Grap-
plettes, and GAA. She contributes her musi-
cal talent in the school choir. She was honor-
ary attendant on the 1967 Homecoming Court
and an International News Reporter in the
senior play "Solid Gold Cadillac."
Norma likes Roanoke, expecially Lake-
side, Mill Mountain, and Lendy's. She finds
American food very good but quite fatten-
ing and notes that we eat more meat and
sweets than her countrymen. She does not
like chocolate cokes and proclaimed "ugh" N
at her first taste of one.
Norma calls Roanoke her "home away
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Norma has joined clubs and has extra activities in-
cluding singing in the Northside High School Choir.
Escorted by Walter Reinhardt, Norma Palispis is a representative of the Senior Class for Homecoming Court.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: First Row - Danny
Altice, Gerald Walton, Mike Poff, Eddie Bryant,
Coach Stewart, Walter Vioho, Eddie Hodges. Stand-
Long Distance Runs
Promote T iredness
'Directed by coach R. L. Stewart, a new-
comer to Northside, our Cross Country team
was victorious in three of its six dual meets.
The team also ran in several triple meets.
Cool, brisk air and falling leaves characteriz-
ed the season for cross country meets. Team
members showed their physical stamina by
continually meeting cool wind and fleetful
foe with successful results.
RESULTS OF DUAL MEETS
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Northside William Fleming
Northside Jefferson ......
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Covington . . .
ing - Norman Holden, Frank Campbell, Rick Bea
son, Walt Reinhardt, Tom Rieley, Steve Minnich.
Here they come, with Walt Rhinehardt running in the
lead of our Cross Country track team.
"Miss North Star Finalist" meant sparkling
feelings exploding within Janie Hoer, Pat
Cassada, Carma Hale, Lyn Gordh, Teresa
Lynch, Pat Ball, Sherry Ford, Chippy
Williams, Brenda Glass, and Donna Perdue.
A quiet and dreamy mood
slowly blossomed forth into a
gay and happy occasion.
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"Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White"
set the mood at the annual "Miss North
Star" dance as ten young ladies were present-
ed to the student body as candidates for the
title "Miss North Star 1968? Janie Hoer,
Pat Ball, Chippy Williams, Brenda Glass,
Pat Cassada, Carma Hale, Lyn Gordh, Teresa
Lynch, Sherry Ford, and Donna Perdue com-
posed a candidate list sent to Mr. Sam R.
Good, Director of Admissions at Roanoke
College, Who selected the Winner. Mr. Good
made his decision saying that his choice "is
obviously attractive . . . has an excellent
record in academic subjects, and . . . she has
proven herself through a Wide range of
activities." We are pleased to present his
choice-Miss Donna Perdue.
Except for the beating of hearts, a serene moment
is shared by David Marham and Miss Donna Perdue.
Donna Lynn Perdue has been chosen "Miss North
Star" for 1968 because of her total interest and
activity in the world around her.
With Anxiey cz Child Meets orthside
The Eight grade begins an organized year by
electing representatives to guide throughout.
Sense 0 Belonging
Locker combination, changing classes, and
long lunch lines initiated eight graders to
high school life. For most, Northside was
much larger than the schools that they had
Soon realizing that the crowds of people
rushing through the halls were just other
individuals like themselves, eighth garders
grew accustomed to a new atmosphere. They
too began to stroll down halls until the quar-
ter-to-nine bell rang each morning and learn-
ed to search anxiously for library cards be-
fore study hall.
General science, math, English, physical
education, and World geography were in
order for most eighth graders. Some studied,
some did not, but for all, the year progressed
with many never-to-be-forgotten moments.
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" Russ Rumburg
X Bruce Seward
Sandra St. Clair
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Y-TEENS: First Row - Melissa Mitchell, Sue Goad
Andi Cole, Pat Fitzhugh, Vicki Martin, Diane Chap-
man. Second Row - Linda Malony, Lynn Waid,
Kathy Dalton, Becky Chittum, Brenda Hofwager,
Cynthia Sherrill, Bonita Marshall. Third Row -
Y- Teens Enjoy
The expression "Y-Teens are on the go"
is verified by the past year's activities. In
August, the officers attended a council at
Camp Craig to discuss and plan for the com-
ing year. October found Y-Teens helping at
Play-Day, which was for underprivileged
children, held at the Y.W.C.A. in November,
the Annual World-Wide Y-Teen convention
was held in Washington, D. C., and North-
side was well represented. Every Tuesday
night was Y-Teen night at the Cen tral
Y.W.C.A., and members were invited to come
swim, talk, or study. At Christmas, the club
celebrated the crowning of Sants Lucia with
the Hanging of the Greens. Christmas cards
for the soldiers in Viet Nam were collected.
The Y-Teen officers were Kathy Dalton,
president, Becky Chittum, vice-president,
Andi Cole, program chairman, ICC repre-
sentative, Evelyn Baileyg Pat F i t z h u g h ,
world fellowship chairmang Vicki Martin,
treasurer, Judy Neely, secretary, Bonita
Marshall, worship chairman.
Judy Neely, Kathy Fisher, Diane St. Clair, Rhonda
Tyree, Pam Pitts, Junella Scott, Pam Hale. Fourth
Row - Jeanne Bell, Nancy Dye, Connie Castros,
Sandra Fox, Cathy Creasy, Vicki Woolwine.
Y-TEENS OFFICERS: Kathy Dalton, Pam Hale,
Pat Fitzhugh, Judy Neely, Vicki Martin, Linda Ma-
loney, Andi Cole, Becky Chittum.
VIKING DISCOVERERS: First Row-Mr. Yates,
Mike Allen, Ralph Steinhart, Rosie Doyle, Janie
Geddry, Suzanna Ross, Darlene Cook. Second Row-
Fabio Chomiki, Tony Payne, Larry Toms, Lindsay
Taylor, Mike Bailey, Ray Hiler, Vernon Smith.
orth Winds In orms
of A II Activities
Many improvements have been made in
the school newspaper, the North Winds. With
some help from the Advanced Grammar and
Composition class, more and better articles
were produced. The staff used dummy sheets
for the first time, and they studied some of
the finer points of journalism. In the inter-
ests of the student body, editorials were
printed dealing with topics that were of con-
cern to the students. Activities of the stu-
dents and faculty were presented in each
issue of the paper.
Viking Discoverers is an organization de-
dicated to furthering the interest of the stu-
dent body in science. Through various fund-
raising projects, the club was able to pur-
chase books on science for donations to the
library. The members of the Discoverers
looked for fossils in Catawba in the spring of
1967 as one of their projects.
Third Row-wLarry Lipes, Jimmy Smith, Dan Zuro,
William Bean, David Dickerson, Tony Turner. Fourth
Row-Bill Lowry, Ronnie Hodges, Bob Jones, Bill
Perdue, Jimmy Beavers, Guy Clark.
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Birkemmier, Faye Barret, Joy Gottshall, Cynthia
LaFoon, Jeannie Motley, Debbie Jones, Linda
Nichols, Norman Holden, Jim Clark, Martha Brown,
Mike Henderson, Barry Crowder, Donna Perdue,
Linda Turner, Susan Wingo, Brenda Howfawger.
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Kyle Fitzgerald, Pres., and Gary Foble, Treasl
The second year at Northside brought with
it a tremendous joy in no longer being lowest
in class rank and also the challenge of more
difficult courses. Ninth grade science broad-
ened horizons and tested mental reasoning
as freshmen were confronted with one semes-
ter of chemistry and one of physics. Many
freshmen also encountered language courses
and algebra. Freshman and junior varsity
sports, club work, school publications, the
most "in" fads, classwork, and hops filled
the conversation of these students in the
halls, in classrooms, and at the lunch table.
As the year progressed the ninth graders
became an integral part of Northside, partic-
ipating actively for the first time.
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Freshmen Enjoy Private Lunch Period
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Walt for seniors,
Senior annual staff members and Mr. Carter, the advisor, run wild when
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Phys. Ed. Maintains Fitness or Frosh
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA: First
Row - Vicki Journell, Debbie Gryder, Margaret
Nagy, Diane Chapman, Vicki Martin, Gloria Bailey,
Ann Washbyrn, Frances Orange, Sherry Jones,
Brenda Thomas, Melinda Feury. Second Row -- Ruby
Steber, Jean Gilbert, Melanie Basham, Lu Ann Cau-
dle, Connie Castros, Dawn Hambrick, Janet La Brie,
Debbie Walls, Becky Francisco, Pat Turner, Char-
FH.A. Gives Tgvs or
The Future Homemakers of America is an
organization for all Home Economics stu-
dents. Annually the members have a fashion
show in which the girls model self-designed,
Junior Achievement is a non-profit organ-
ization sponsored by various corporations in
the Roanoke Valley. J.A. is open to high
school students in sophomore, junior, and
senior classes who start a company, sell their
products, and make money as their company
flourishes. J.A. also has specializel service
companies such as printing, photography,
I.B.M. banking, and marketing.
A similar organization at Northside is the
Decca Club. These students are enrolled in a
new course called Distributive Education.
Members of this club fulfill academic re-
quirements during the morning and work
during the afternoon. This enjoyable and
beneficial experience will afford an opportun-
ity of obtaining a lasting job.
lene Laprad. Third Row - Kitura Wertz, Ann Pet
ers Linda Holdren, Donna King, Becky Harvey, An
drea Kelly, Karen Reigns, Nancy Holland, Sharon
Ogle, Connie Furrow, Pam Brubaker. Fourth Row -v
Donna Whitehead, Bonita Marshall, Denise Booze
Rhonda Tyree, Diane St. Clair, Valerie Scott, Ly
nette Stuart, Carol Echols, Cathy Creasy, Denise
McConnell, Carlita Hambrich.
OFFICERS OF FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF
AMERICA: Andrea Kelley, Ruby Steber, Cathy
Creasy, and Diane Chapman.
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'Ana' the friendly boys that pass 'd, and the quarrelsome boys
And the tidy and fresh-checked girls,
And all the changes of city and country wherever he went
Christmas Vacation provided time f or
trips, parties, fun, and frolic. The eight inch
snowfall pleased many. Vacation ended with
a New Year's Day full of football games and
parades. Resolute Vikings began the year
by making New Year's resolutions.
Students attended classes only one week
before they took a veritable second holiday.
Snow, snow, snow kept the county schools
closed six straight days. Sleigh riding, ice
skating, and roasting marshmallows over
open fires left little time for thinking about
missed school. Postponed wrestling matches,
basketball games, and meetings disrupted
schedules in weeks ahead. Reopening of
school saw classes held Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday. Exams came the following
week, and a three-day mid-term break was
forfieted to the snow vacation.
Tommy Clayton vainly tries to keep the ball safe for Northside while Mike Henderson gives his aid
VARSITY BASKETBALL: First Row-David Bous- Second Row-Coach Jim Gallion, Gene Murphy,
man, Fred Hutchins, Terry Henson, Gene Fielder, Tommy Clayton, Bernard Harris, Mike Henderson,
Billy Watson, Wayne Gaabo, Robert Cannaday. Calvin Cronise, Manager Larry Carroll.
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Basketball-A Specialized Sport at Last
. ...... Natural Bridge .
. ...... Cave Spring . . . .
. ...... Botetourt ..... .
. ...... Waynesboro . . . .
. ...... Roanoke Catholic
. ...... William Byrd . . .
. ...... Glenvar ....... .
. ...... Liberty ....... .
. ...... Natural Bridge .
. ...... Botetourt ..... .
. ...... Roanoke Catholic
. ...... Glenvar ....... .
. ...... Covington ..... .
. ...... Waynesboro . . . .
. ...... William Byrd . . .
. ...... 53 Cave Spring . . . .
. ...... 83 Liberty ....... .
STATE 1 -B TOURNAMENT
. ...... 71 Glenvar . . . .
In a one-and-one situation Jim Gallion and his
team wonder whether the foul shot will be good.
Our Jolly Green Giant Bernard Harris stands by
to thrust those long arms in rescuing our ball.
Vikings Super cam
Is Great In 1968
Working hard to live up to the name made
by last year's basketball team, our boys
spent hours developing skills. This training
paid off in rewards of a successful season.
Team spirit and cooperation won our
games, and at season's end We entered the
Blue Ridge District Tournament rated sec-
ond. The height of Tommy Clayton, Bernard
Harris, and Mike Henderson and the speed
and agility of Gene Fielder, Wayne Gaabo,
Terry Henson, and Billy Watson proved in-
dispensable to the Viking attack. David
Bousman, Robert Cannaday, Calvin Cronise,
Fred Hutchins, and Gene Murphy added skill
Junior Varsity basketball rivaled the Var-
sity for excitement and close scores. Team
members tested their skills against oppo-
nents at 6:30 p.m. before every varsity game.
The freshman team met their opposition
in weekday games after school. Members
ended the season with memories of exciting
games and high hopes for next year.
Gene Murphy jumps high to block an important shot
desperately needed by Glenvar to tie the score.
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"Way to go, Vikings! Another victory!" the spirited crowd roars with delight as a Viking "shoots the hoop."
Vikings Give Ole "Cinderella', Whirl
"Watch out, William Byrd! Billy
Watson's gonna get that ball
through your heavy guarding
to the Northside goal!"
Vikings stand ready to grab the rebounds as Mike
Henderson shoots over his Glenvar defender's head.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: First Row-
Colin Hines, Bobby Hutchins, Randy Lewis, Ronnie
Lucas, Clifton Hambrick. Second Row-Gary Fobare,
N.H.S. ...... Glenvar ...... 64
N.H.S. ...... Lord Botetourt 28 A
N.H.S Andrew Lewis 51
N.H.S. ...... William Bird . 32
N.H.S. ...... Liberty ...... 37
N.H.S. ...... Cave Spring .. 57 y
N.H.S Lord Botetourt 29
N.H.S. ...... Patrick Henry 55 i
N.H.S Glenvar ...... 21 i
N.H.S Cave Spring .. 44
N.H.S William Byrd . 42
N.H.S Liberty ...... 55
Torn Giles, Guy Clark, Robert Sesco, Ricky Beason.
Third Row-Melvin Robertson, Gary Cundiff, Coach
Prunty, Kyle Fitzgerald, Russ Rumberg.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First Coach Dyer Kim Anderson Roger Bryant
Row-Steve Creasy, Dick Oliver, Danny Jarrett Ricky Stout David Edwards
Chip Hudgins, Richard Meador. Second Row
N.H.S. ..... .
J. V. 'S Are Our Lzttle Green Soul Team
JUNIOR VARSITY Kim Anderson grabs the ball to
Natural Bridge .
Cave Spring ....
Lord Botetourt .
William Byrd . . .
Natural Bridge .
Lord Botetourt . .
Waynesboro . . .
William Byrd . . .
"Weave Got Spirit "
Northsideis cheerleaders are a vital part
of our school. Besides lending a spirit of
gaiety, head cheerleader Donna Perdue and
her bouncy squad attempt to ease tensions
before games. The girls practice once each
week to develop perfect style. They have
adopted singing as an extra attraction at
our cheer rallies. Before each athletic event
they sell tickets in the cafeteria to eager stu-
dents. They lift team morale by decorating
the locker room with paraphenalia that say,
"Vikings, we love you!"
Participation in extra-curricular activities
makes each cheerleader well-rounded. Our
cheerleaders serve as a live example of our
spirit everywhere they go. A second place
award at cheerleading camp proves the out-
standing ability of our Viking cheerleaders.
Sporty cheerleading jackets have finally
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Camilla Hall, Susie Sarver, and co-head Shelia Hall are flying high with enthusiasm at J,V. games
The Varsity cheerleaders, Linda Holland, Pat Cassada,
due, Janie Hoer, and Linda Keen, lead students in
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Varsity cheerleaders show pep, spirit and perfect formation while performing at the 1967 Cheer Rally.
MATH CLUB: First Row-Jimmy Weddle, Steve
Spalding, Joy Gottshall, Larry Toms, Patsy Arring-
ton. Second Row-Janet Lilly, Suzanne Painter,
Dorothy Hargrove, Alta Simon, Sandra Fox, Carole
Brown. Third Row-Carol Waring, Jimmy Yates
Lindsay Taylor, Susie Alliff, Jeanetta Boone, Deb-
bie Nolans. Fourth Row-Ken Hargrove, Larry Wil-
son, David Forbes, Ken Peoples, Ronnie Hall.
Tutoring Service Offered by Math Club
The National Honor Society undertook
major new projects this year. A five-member
committee rewrote the c1ub's constitution.
The new constitution was approved after the
executive committee and the membership at
large made slight revisions. Members Worked
at a coat check during wrestling and basket-
ball seasons. The coat check proved to be an
effective money-making project.
Miss McDavid and Mr. Brill sponsored the
society. Mr. Brill, during his first year at
NHS, displayed enthusiasm and encouraged
members to buy and wear their club pins.
He felt that this would promote the qualities
of leadership, scholarship, character, and
"Variety', properly described the Math
Club's programs and projects. After a foot-
ball game in early fall this club sponsored a
hop, and any member will assure all that
this is an excellent way to make funds grow.
At the banquet held December 13 at Brad-
ford's the club voted to buy carts for the
overhead projectors used by the Math De-
partment. Later in the year programs includ-
ed such things as a speech by Mr. J. Zimmer
on binary computers.
Ronnie Hall, Math Club president, shows Alta Sim-
mon and Suzanne Painter how to work a hard problem.
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NHS OHEFS Challenge to Bright Students
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: First Rowg Dar-
lene Jomes, Rosean Smith, Pat Fitzhugh, Patsy
Arrington, Martha Brown, Jeanetta Boone, Vicky
Martin, Brenda Hilton, Faye Barrett, Tony Payne.
Second Rowg Walt Reinhardt, Sylvia Pullen, Sue
Aheron, Cindy Chitwood, Kathy Kurbjun, Cindy
Sherril, Debbie Rardin, Pat Ball, Marc Fielder, Nor-
man Holden, Tim Reed. Third Rowg Carol Clarkson,
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sler, Junella Scott, Janet La Brie, Jerri Smith, Brad
Smallwood, Larry Stuckey, Steve Rice. Fourth Rowg
Larry Lipes, Fabio Chomicki, Alan Thompsom, Mark
Reinhardt, Harry Hambrick, Mike Thompson, Marie
Phillips, Neil Obensain, Terry Henson, Dickie Stuck-
ey, Glen Dudley, Allen Williamson.
LATIN CLUB: Row 1 - Miss Martin, John Hoer,
Mark Robinson, Emberdetta Lester, Sheila Manspile,
Suzanne Painter, Janet Lily, Kathy Anderson, Linda
Maloney, Minnie Baer, Debbie Gryder, Janie Hoer,
Mark Thompson. 2nd row - Normen Holden, Nancy
Hopkins, Donice Bryant, Martha Plukett, Mary Ann
Freeman, Pat Ball, Susan Cassell, Ann Jones, Dana
Brllks, Ellen Hatcher, Sandy Blankenship, Lyn Dil-
lion, Cindy Henley, Jerry Lively. 3rd row - Ivy
Tommy Anderson and Janie Hoer get in the swing of
things by dancing to the beat at the Latin Party.
Lidstome, Mike Thompson, Ronnie Fitzgerald, Larry
Toms, Dan Zero, Lindsay Taylor, Kathy Phillips,
Frances Henderson, Cindy Wilkins, Marsha Lab-
drum, Mark Thompson, Steve Fharr, Doug Town-
send. 4th row - Rose Marie Phillips, Ross Pendle-
ton, Jimmy Smith, Ralph Baer, Steve Minnich, Pete
Grogan, Mike Ridenhour, Mike Knighton, Jimmy
Dickenson, Mike Purdy, Sam Ross, David Hynes,
Mike Bower, Lee Schilling.
Miss Martin hurridly unwraps Christmas gifts
given by her students at their holiday party.
French Club Bakes
or Busy Teachers
Northside's two language clubs, each with
more than fifty members this year, meet
monthly to plan varied activities for their
Latin students and students who have
formerly completed two or more years of
Latin are eligible for membership in Soli-
datas Latina. The club held its banquet at
the home of sophomore Suzanne Painter in
early November. Members welcomed a blaz-
ing bonfire at this Roman-style barbeque.
"Slaves" entertained "plebians" and "patric-
ians." Proceeds from bake sales enabled the
club to give teachers a luncheon in the
Miss Myers, who teaches all four levels of
French at Northside, sponsored Le Cercle
Francais. She was pleased at the big turnouts
for meetings and at the interest shown in
club activities. Activities included a Thanks-
giving bake sale, a hike to the top of Tinker
Mountain, a Christmas party, Christmas
caroling, films, and speakers.
FRENCH CLUB: First Row-Miss Myers, Peggy
Schoonover, Paula Taylor, Nancy Kurbjun, Ginny
Hinninger, Yvonne Hurt, Debbie Brown, Susie Hend-
rick, Colette Turner, Susan Peters, Billie Victorine.
Second Row-Ann Campbell, Cassie Puckett, Denise
Booze, Donna Newton, Linda Keen, Jan Brizendine,
Debbie Rardin, Sue Kessler, Cindy Howell, Lynette
Townsend, Ann Jones, Linda Engel, Carol Waring.
Third Row-Gayle Stanley, Marsha Clarkson, Teresa
Rose Mary Phillips watches from the sidelines as
couples dance at the Latin Club Christmas Party.
Stone, Terena Stone, Linda Williams, Cindy Rad-
cliffe, Mary Davis, David Forbes, Kenny Peoples,
Becky Oliver, Alice Davis, Martha Davis, Ricky
Lemon. Fourth Row-Tommy Craddock, Billy West,
Landa Law, Sandra Garst, Beth Dale, Becky Heck,
Paula Mason, Debbie Wilkerson, Billy Walters, Steve
Scott, Ricky Barger, Gerald Walton, Hal Stanley,
David Neel, David Eary.
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Cards from Keyettes
The Keyettes continued to sponsor the
clinic in the girls' locker room for girls who
became sick during the day but could not
Throughout the fall members helped at
the Easter Seal Center on Williamson Road.
They stuffed envelopes and glued address
tabs on them.
At Christmas Keyettes encouraged NHS
students to send cards to our men in Viet
Nam by way of WROV radio.
Glenvar High School joined the Lone Star
District of Keyette International this year.
District meetings were held monthly at
Northside, Andrew Lewis High School, or
Glenvar High School. The district sent gifts
to a young girl living in a mental institution.
Numerous Keyettes attended the Inter-
national Convention held at the Shoreham
Hotel in Washington, D. C. in the spring.
Programs at meetings included such things
as a speech by our foreign exchange student
Norma Palispis on her native land. At this
meeting, which was held in combination with
the Key Club, club members became better
acquainted with our foreign student and with
the differences between her country and
money to the Davis triplets at the Keyette hop.
KEYETTES: First Row-Mrs. Kelly, Chippy Wil-
liams, Linda Keen, Pat Fitzhugh, Joy Gottshall,
Patsy Arringrton, Brenda Hylton, Pam Pitts, Darlene
Jones, Lynn Gordh. Second Row-Jane Mantz, Bon-
nie Foster, Debbie Brown, Kathy Kurjun, Sylvia Pul-
len, Alice Davis, Marsha Clarkson, Carol Waring,
Sandra Chitwood, Pat Ball, Debbie Rardin, Jeanetta
Boone. Third Row-Mary Davis, Sue Kessler, Junella
S. Wingo, D. Ferguson,
J. Baldwin, P. Arring-
Q ton, D. Jones, B. Hy-
lton, P. Ball, J. Boone.
Scott, Debbie Ferguson, Sue Aheron, Martha Brown,
Ellen Hatcher, Carol lkard, Carol Clarkson, Susan
Wingo, Ivy Lidstone. Fourth Row-Linda Beavers,
Martha Davis, Becky Oliver, Mary Lynn Dixon,
Sandra Garst, Linda Turner, Cathy Creasy, Debbie
Oyler, Connie Pannell, Linda Bocock, Julie Baldwin,
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Aheron, V. Pres. Steve Creasy, Treas. Butch Collins.
Float Wins Isl Prize
Students find the routines at Northside
commonplace by their sophomore year. In
and out of class they stay busy. The sopho-
more's "Crush the Cavaliers" float wins first
place in the 1967 Homecoming Parade. In
biology class tenth graders feel squeamish
when dissecting frogs and marvel at theories
of evolution. Headaches come to many as
they prove geometry theorems.
Caught in the middle, sophomores frown
at eating with eighth graders yet feel ill at
ease with upperclassmen. They are eager to
advance to varsity sports and senior proms
but fear the college boards and junior chem-
istry that loom in the future. The midway
year, the year of question, holds spirited fun,
thoughtful moments, and academic progress.
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Mary Lynn Dixon
Darlene Dunbaker K
Barbara Duncan V
Cafeteria chairs silhouetted
by the setting sun after a
busy day of classes illustrate
a quiet moment at Northside.
Sophs Take Last Step as Underclassmen
J. D. Gauldin
Some Sophomores Find Biology Bajfling
R. D. Minter
Sophs Now Two Year Veterans 0 N H. .
Students engoy the capping
assembly although sitting so
long proves rather tiring
Sophomores Lend Voices at Pep Assemblies
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RED CROSS VOLUNTEENS First
: Row-L. to R.:
Mrs. Naff, Cherylle Edmundson, Paula Taylor, Eliz-
abeth Morris, Darlene Cook, Mary Alice French,
Sidney Burd. Second Row: Sephonia Braxton, Con-
nie Furrow, Melaine Bashem, Linger Cregger, Ann
Cregger, Marsha Henry, Karen Deaton, Lyn Dillon.
Third Row: Rosemary Meador, Cindy Ikard, Carol
Echols, Linda Holdren, Sandra Haney, Dreama Hall,
Sandy Blankenship, Kirtura Wertz, Ivy Lidstone.
Fourth Row: Vicki Woolwine, Sue Smith, Anne
Campbell, Sue Aheron, Connie Castros, Pam Hale,
Helen Evans, Karen Fireball, Sandra Garst.
New Adventures are Experienced in Clubs
SPANISH CLUB: First Row-L. to R.: Carolyn
Cole, Pat Morgan, Gladys Sheets, Jane Werts,
Debbie Pierce, Cynthia Gillespie, Linda Holdren,
Kitura Wertz, Rosie Doyle, Debbie Caldwell. Sec-
ond Row: Kathy Maverdes, Jim Beckner, Cindy
Quisenberry, Debbie Cutwright, Jean Fisher, Ramona
Wright, Cynthia Sherrill, Julie Baldwin, Jane Getry.
Third Row: Butch Collins, Mike Jameison, Richard
Newton, Larry Stewart, Dicky Stucky, Walter Rein-
hardt, Guy Clark, Tim Reed. Fourth Row: Ted
Trout, Andy Jamesion, Bobby Hutchins, Robert
Brammer, Greg Stultz, Jerry Lively, Glen Dudley.
Christmas Cheers NHS
with Dance ana' Play
Before the school year starts to drag, stu-
dents are revived with a long, Well-enjoyed
Christmas vacation. Signs of Christmas be-
gin to apear in early Novemberg people
become friendlierg classes become rowdierg
signs telling of the annual Christmas dance
are seen on every corner.
This year our band sponsored "Yuletide
Dreams." "The Steps of Rhythm" beat out
the Christmas cheer from eight to twelve.
Santa Claus' surprise appearance highlight-
ed the enchanting evening.
Earlier in the day, our Dramatics Depart-
ment enacted "Geraldine and the White
Robe" at the Christmas assembly. Following
Geraldine's outbursts and the angels' at-
tempts to reform her, the choir entertained
students with merry songs. SCA president
Walter Reinhardt and senior class president
Allen Williamson then showered our foreign
exchange student Norma Palispis with gifts
from the student body as an expression of
our appreciation to her.
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Couples entering Band
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Miss Martin checks flickering
lights and adds the finishing
f touches to our fireproof Christ-
. mas tree.
Glen Dudley and Kathy Kurbjun share the cold while playing in that exciting, funny little white stuff.
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BAND: First Row-Teresa Stone, Diane Lambert,
John Masier, Lynn Shrader, Terena Stone, Becky
Oliver, Anita Parker, Debbie Spangler, Linda Ful-
cher. Second Row-Gary Shreve, Anita Ferguson,
Mary Lynn Dixon, Marsha Clarkson, Danny Altice,
Ellen Hatcher, Kenneth Peoples, Cindy Wilkins,
Mike Thompson, Dorothy Hargrave, Kenny Har-
grave, Ricky Shelton, Becky Ryder, Peggy Hump-
hreys, Lynnda Beavers, Howie Bales, Jeannie Baily,
Katrina Maberry, Tony Porter, Nancy Hatcher.
Band members march Off thelfield to the beat The Conceret Band, under the direction of Mr. Shook,
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Third Row-Carolyn Huler, Larry Custer, Bill John-
son, Paul Gorman, Bobby Tayloe, Cindy Patsliff.
Fourth Row-David Forbes, Mike Evans, Roger
Clifton, Duane Cook, Steve Caudle, Ross Pendelton,
George Carkill, Gerald Walton, Larry Ford, Gene
Sayles, Rick Benson, Wally Viohl. Fifth Row-Ron-
nie Revere, Hohn Haer, Don Jones, Tom Jones, Mel-
Ein Robertson, John Lowery, Steve Ratcliff, Linda
Parade Gives Band
The Marching Band traveled to the Bristol
Band Festival in early October and returned
with an "Excellent" rating. Under the guid-
ance of a new director, Mr. John Shook, the
band practiced daily during marching sea-
son and produced a different show for every
The Christmas season held many opportun-
ities for band activities. Cold noses and red
cheeks typified the Viking band members
as they played "The Christmas Song" in the
Roanoke and Salem Christmas Parades. The
band planned long and diligently for the
Christmas dance, "Yuletide Dreams," which
initiated the Christmas vacation.
Drum major Becky Oliver leads majorettes E. Hatcher, T. Stone, A. Parker, D. Spangler, T. Stone, L. Fulcher
and N. Hatcher.
L. Gordh, B. Fahnesstock, C. Clarkson, M. Brown, D. Perdue, T. Henson, G. Dudley, and A. Williamson fNot
pictured are S. Aheron, B. Watson, L. Stuckey, M. Henclersonj represent N.H.S. in All-State.
Winter is finally here! exclaim
Linda Kidd and Brenda Fahnestock
as they build an idea snowman
during a routine day at school.
Fo!! Means Haro' Work
and Back to School
Early last fall the senior class chose Carma
Hale to represent N. H. S. in valley-wide
Miss United Fund competition. The class
voted in early November to send Cindy
Henley as snow princess in the Roanoke
Christmas Parade and Linda Kidd and
Brenda Fahnestock as holly princesses to
the Salem Christmas Parade.
The senior class chose the following dele-
gates to represent Northside at Girls' State
and Boys' State: Lyn Gordh, Donna Perdue,
Brenda Fahnestock, Larry Stuckey, Allen
Williamson, and Terry Henson. The alter-
nates selected were Sue Aheron, Martha
Brown, Carol Clarkson, Glenn Dudley, Mike
Henderson, and Bill Watson. Girls' and Boys'
State were held in June at Radford College
and the College of William and Mary, re-
spectively. Northside's representatives re-
turned with practical knowledge about the
functioning of Virginia state government.
One of Northside's senior girls, Carma Hale,
admires the glossly green leaves of the school's
bushes during lunch.
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while going through "hair-raising" experience.
Class officers: president Dickie Stuckey, secretary Pam
Pitts, treasurer Pat Fitzhugh, vice-president Sue Mabry.
Juniors Armin the
Members of the class of 1969 found them-
selves in possibly their busiest year. Boys
spent long hours of hard work with their
favorite varsity sports. Chemistry experi-
ments, tests, and difficulties overwhelmed a
large percentage of the junior class. A lone
junior plodded through physics problems
with his senior classmates. Eleventh graders
entered the world of dramatics with their
production of a play. Only the junior class
participated in the magazine sale which push-
ed the class's funds nearer the amount needed
for the Junior-Senior Prom in the spring. The
PSAT tests in October and the spring College
Boards faced college-bound juniors and drain-
ed their minds in a few short hours of all
they once felt they knew.
Robert Can naday
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Juniors Win Spirit Award at H. C. Game
Juniors have a busy time at the annual signing party reminiscing in annuals about past escapades.
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Junior Majorette, Nancy Hatcher,
shows fine form, precision, and talent.
Juniors Franticalbf Sell Many Magazines
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Juniors Work Vigorousbf on '68 Prom
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the Homecoming Pep Rally.
Our Homecoming victory casts a spell over
the members of the 1967 Homecoming Court.
Northside's newest full-fledged upperclass-
men enjoyed many phases of student life.
Their chemistry experiments emitted inter-
esting odors from the lab. At class meetings
juniors organized fund-raising and prom-
planning committees. ln early fall seniors
playfully criticized their lack of plans. Elev-
enth graders assumed positions of leader-
ship in many clubs and contributed to news-
paper, yearbook, and literary magazine pub-
lications. Rushing from club meetings to
football practice or homework, juniors still
found time for class projects of peddling pot
holders and baked goods. Avidly supporting
all athletic events, the class proudly gained
possession of the spirit stick by having the
greatest percentage of attendance at the
Cave Spring game.
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DECCA: First Row--Mr. Turner, Mary Lackey,
Ruby Steber, Barbara Bowman, Sharon Francisco,
Jeanetta McCoy, Mary Crawford, Karleen Evans.
Faye Barrett, Marilyn Lackey, Jessie Owens. Sec-
ond Row-Tommy Ratcliffe, Harry Lewis, Lonny
Jenkins, Mike Altizer, Teeny Boitnott, Ralph
Rhoads, Pam Garman, Bill Crawford, Terry Synon,
Kathy Mills, Gloria Arrington. Third Row-Doug
David, Eddie Baily, Lewis Maverdes, Danny Kessler,
Mike Reed, Mike Meador, Chester Spangler, Jerry
Dickerson, Kathy Agnew, Joyce Newman. Fourth
Row-Joe Gloyd, Kelly Surface, Bill Lundy, Ronnie
Gee, Barry Meador, Barry Crowder, Jerry Shafer,
Dagffid Stokes, Doug Catron, Danny LaPrade, Linda
J.A. 's and DE CA Expand Business Knowledge
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT: First Row-Lewis ond Row-Jimmy Shelton, Jim Clark, Larry Lipes,
Fotchman, Jimmy Dotson, Steve Lambruscati. Sec- Bill Knapp.
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she reads the minutes of their last meeting.
F. T. A. First Row-Miss Gregory, Cynthia LaFoon,
Susan Wingo, Brenda Howfawger, Beth Lawrence,
Becky Heck, Ann Jones, Kathy Johnson, Linda
Lucas, Debbie Caldwell, Karen Murko, Cindy Rhine-
hart, Vicki Woolwine. Second Row-Melissa Mitc-
hell, Debbie Spangler, Linda Collins, Cynthia Gilles-
Future Teachers of America are sponsored
at Northside by Miss Gregory. The club held
a spaghetti dinner before the VSDB Wrest-
ling match. Money made at this dinner was
used for club activities later in the year. In
the fall the members had a pot luck supper
to which they invited our foreign exchange
student, Norma Palispis. At this supper they
learned much about Norma's native land, the
Philippines. They also held election of their
officers on that night. Debbie Cutright, pres-
ident, and Miss Gregory called meetings
when there was important business.
pie, Allyn Babb, Pat Dudley, Debbie Wilkerson, Deb-
bie Cutwright, Jean Fisher, Linda Mercer, Linda
Taylor, Debbie Pierce. Third Row-Pam Pearson,
Vicki Byrd, Mary Smart, Jenny Henninger, Frances
Henderson, Linda Williams, Susan Bailey, Norma
Harris, Keys Bordwine, Linda Turner.
Cringing teeth and flexing muscles enable Coach Ken Shelton to mentally wrestle each Northside opponent
The situation looked rather tense for the Viking wrestlers, but as usual they came through for Northside.
Another Win-Thank You Coach Shelton
Undefeated Viking wrestler Larry Stuckey goes for
a pin to win the match in the regional tournament.
Practicing daily during the regular season
and even more often before the Regional and
State Tournaments, the Viking wrestlers
once more soared to the heights. Their record
now holds 41 consecutive victories, and they
plan to add more next year.
The Roanoke Valley Invitational Tourna-
ment at Northside tested the skills of wres-
tlers from twelve high schools. Loyal fans
saw our wrestlers carry off top honors with
a score 10 points better than their nearest
opponent. Mike Painter and Larry Stuckey
placed first, Ricky Schilling second, Gary
Davidson, Barry Francisco, Dicky Stuckey,
and Mike Bailey third, and Larry Hamilton
and Allen Journell fourth.
Six wrestlers, Mike Bailey, Barry Fran-
cisco, Mike Painter, Mark Reinhardt, Brad
Smallwood, and Larry Stuckey, finished the
regular season with unbeaten records.
A noisy pep assembly before the team left
and a bus packed full of Viking fans showed
the team We backed them as they entered
the State Tournament.
Prospects for next year look good, since 11
on the first string team will return. Grap-
plettes and all the student body hope for
more successful matches and tournament
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WRESTLING TEAM: First Row--Mike Paynter, Mike Bailey, Neal
Obenchain, Larry Stuckey, 'Brad Smallwood, Ricky Schilling, Alan
Journell, Dickey Stuckey, Gary Davidson, Mark Reinhardt, Walter
Reinhardt, James Garst. Second Row--John Lowery, Ray Hiler,
Mike Poff, Jay Morgan, Tom Bradshaw, Mike Durham, Russell
Johnson, Roger Robinson, Mike Lackey, Barry Francisco, Jesse Hale,
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Larry Hamilton. Third R0w-Peter Minton, Henry Vandergriff,
Tommy Turner, Robin Sherwood, Dennis Morgan, Doug Townsend,
John Roth, Paulis Johnson, Steve Pharr, Alan Reins, Mike Howell,
Steve Minnich, Paul Ragland, Steve Hall, Jimmy Lisle, Jimmy
Mills, Richard Smoot, Mike Barton, John McCullough, Michael
Johnson, David Ragland, Tim Edmondson.
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Neil Obenchain, wrestling at 112 lbs., gains riding
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Viking Matmen Enjoy
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Orange County . . .
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A tense crowd watches while Brad Smallwood valiantly tries to gain a reversal to get five for Northside
Senior, Larry Stucky, Navy rides
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GRAPPLETTES: First Row-Linda Nichols, Vicki Martin, Norma
Harris, Ginger Lawhorn, Linda Williams, Joyce Nichols, Sue Mabry,
Donna Perdue, Coach Shelton, Linda Turner, Keys Bordwine, Cathy
Creasy, Renee Ragland, Carol Lucas, Susan Bailey. Second Row-
Sue Kessler, Pat Fitzhugh, Vicki Journell, Gail Henson, Sheila Hall,
Linda Lewis, Norma Palispis, Deena Wertz, Gladys Sheets, Camilla
Hall, Susan Sarver, Debbie Smith, Melissa Mitchell. Third Row-Mary
Lynn Hughson, Carol Ikard, Sharon Huffman, Darlene Jones, Pam
Pitts, Marty Johnson, Debbie Oyler, Pat Ball, Linda Mercer, Denise
McConnell, Donna Gryder, Stephanie Turner, Beth Lawrence, Denise
Booze, Donna Fitzgerald, Jane Vannoy, Lynn Gordh, Sherry Jord,
Brings in Quick Cash
Denise McConnell and Russ Hamilton delight in dancing to the music of the Regents at the Sadie Hawkins Dance.
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Row-Debbie Caldwell, Jane Gilbert, Linda Lucas, Pat Vaught, Chippy
Williams, Donna Newton, Kathy Schilling, Linda Jones, Jean Fisher,
Minnie Bayer, Linda Keen, Linda Bocock, Karyl Brooks, Linda Hol-
land, Linda Keith, Brenda Hylton, Junella Scott. Fifth Row-Karen
Brooks, Bonnie Foster, Debbie Gryder, Karen Reyns, Paula Gibson,
Dreama Hall, Debbie Rigby, Sharon Hestetter, Sandra Garst, Diane
Tucker, Suzanne Painter, Kathy Barger, Julie, Baldwin, Theresa Lynch,
Kathy Vaverdeas, Sue Trent, Jodie Landis, Landa Law, Gail Stanley,
Connie Pannell, Beth Dale, Sharon Wertz.
With Coach Ken Shelton as sponsor and
senior Debbie Oyler as president the Grap-
plettes were bound to spread spirit. They com-
peted with other clubs by entering a peppy
banner in the banner contest sponsored by
the Pep Club.
The Grapplettes sponsored Northside's first
Wrestling Homecoming on December 16. They
sent invitations to all the wrestlers of past
years, and throughout the match against
Orange County they provided recognition of
Hard work by the girls in Grapplettes as-
sured the success of the Regional Wrestling
Tournament at Northside February 9, 10. The
girls also made certain that buses were avail-
able to transport students to Facquier High
School in Warrenton, Virginia, for the state
tournament February 16, 17 to wish the Vik-
ings well in defending their state champion-
Because the Sadie Hawkins Day Dance that
they sponsored in spring 1967 was a tremen-
dous success, the Grapplettes again planned
this dance for spring 1968. Girls of all classes
were urged to ask their dates early in order
to avoid the rush.
The Hard work of Northside's gi-applers through the
'66-'67 season paid off with state championship title.
The early lilacs became part of this child,
And grass and white and red morning-glories, and whztc and red clover and the song of the
And the Third-month lambs and the SOW,S17ll'lhfC1lI'Zll litter and the marc sfoal and the cow S calf
Spring doesn't come like a flash of light-
ning or a clap of thunder. Gently infiltrating
winter ways with its fresh new outlook and
renewed strength, spring is probably one of
the most welcomed seasons of the year, de-
spite continued lawn mowing.
Fields of flowers burst into bloom as do
the halls of Northside when bright happy
colors replace winter plaids, and sweaters
are abandoned for shirt-sleeves.
Cheerful sunshine, warmer weather, and
April Showers make it easier to smile and
stay in a good mood. Homework is often
forgotten for congregating at Lendy's or the
tennis courts. Convertible tops convert, early
suntans appear, and weekends at the beach
beckon when the sky is blue and the sun is
G.A.A.: First Row-Mrs. Kavitz, Mrs. Clemmons,
Yvonne Hurt, Cindy Howell, Melissa Mitchell, Norma
Palsispis, Brenda Hylton, Linda Collins, Becky Gry-
der, Dreama Hall. Second Row-Diane Chapman,
Sheila Sanders, Dena Wertz, Kathy Fisher, Kathy
Pruett, Renie Ragland, Pat Ball, Debbie Oyler,
Donna Perdue, Joyce Nichols, Linda Bocock. Third
Row--Jonell Lawhorn, Lyn Gordh, Donna Gryder,
Keys Bordwine, Linda Turner, Linda Jones, Marty
Johnson, Denise McConnell, Beth Dale, Julie Baldwin,
Linda Williams, Connie Pannell. Fourth Row-Gin-
ger Lawhorn, Cathy Creasy, Susan Robertson, Gail
Standley, Landa Law, Sandra Garst, Debbie Smith,
Jodie Landis, Sharon Ogle, Susan Wingo, Teresa
Stone, Andrea Kelly, Terena Stone, Cindy Radcliff.
G.A.A. Members Hope to Become Physicalbf Fit
Northside's Girls' Athletic Association en-
couraged girls to keep physically fit by con-
tinued participation in sports. Club sponsors
are Miss Brammer and Mrs. Clemmons.
Interested eighth graders attended a coke
party in early fall. Throughout the rest of
the year intramural sports events took place
on Saturdays. These ranged from ring tennis
to volleyball to basketball.
Girls received points for all intramural
sports, all summer sports activities, hikes,
bowling, and bicycle-riding in which they
took part outside the club. The club's Intra-
mural Manager kept a record of each mem-
ber's points, and at the spring banquet certi-
ficates were awarded for 250 points, letters
for 500, and stars for 1000.
The GAA also sponsored the girls' basket-
ball team. Coached by two of the club's spon-
sors, this team met several other city-county
teams in competition. In spring many girls
joined the softball team or took part in track
and field events.
Andrea Kelley shoots for two
points as the Vikettes come
close to winning another one.
Vikette Cindy Radcliffe shoots for an extra point Marsha Landrum valiently tries to help Andrea
as teammate Linda Wlilliams goes in for a rebound. Kelly keep the ball away from Patrick Henry.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: First Row-Becky Radcliffe, Joyce Nichols. Third Row-Lynda Wil
Ryder, Renee Ragland, Lynn Gordh, Andrea Kelley. liams, Dorothy Hargrove, Miss Brarnmer.
Second RowHLinda Bocock, Marsha Landrum, Cindy
THESPIANS: Front Row-Mrs. Coffindaffer, gerald, Margie Brigham, Cynthia LaFoon, Linda
Brenda Fahnestock, Brenda Hofawger, Patsy Ar- Turner. Third Row-Steve Minnich, David Bous-
rington, Rosie Doyle. Second Row-Frank Fitz- man, Bill Lowry, Mike Reed.
orlhsidek Stars are Broadway Bound
POLYFACETS: Front Row-Mrs. Coffindaffer, Lyn
Dillon, Debbie Bible, Gail Rowe, Janie Hoer, Janice
Itue. Second Row-Ellen Hatcher, Paula Mason, Sue
Kessler, Donna Fitzgerald, Sandy Blankenship,
Marty Johnson. Third Row-Harold Cooper, Sam
Ross, Kelly Surface, Butch Carter, Marsha Landrum,
Vicki Woolwine, Harry Lewis. Fourth Row- Danny
Kessler, Mike Itue, Jim Clark, Dan Zero, Jimmy
Dotson, Jimmy Mills, Chuck Foutz.
Thespians S ujjfer
Stressing the fundamentals of dramatics,
the Polyfacets Drama Club is the organiza-
tion designed for students enrolled in drama
courses. Members of the Polyfacets work in
cooperation with the National Thespians on
makeup, props, and technical aspects of play
production throughout the year, as well as
present one-act plays.
The National Thespians enables members
to cultivate dramatic abilities with others
who have some talent in that field. The
Thespians operate on the point system,
newly revised this year. To gain membership
students of dramatics must attain a certain
number of points through participation in
plays and related activities. This year the
club decided that half of the points necessary
must be earned in backstage work, and that
the number of miscellaneous points should
be cut in half.
B. .Fahnestock and J. Schafer gaze at each other
while M. McKinney looks on in "Solid Gold Cadallicf'
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Freshman, Greg Smallwood shouts instructions for proper maneuver as teammate Doug Walters goes up and over.
Wayne Gaabo lands midst scattering sand after
standing broad jump to score points for Vikings.
Track Keeps Boys
Li gh! on Their Feet
Green blurs whizzed by and thundered off
down a coal-black track. Wind-blown specta-
tors watched field team members broad jump
or throw the discus. The Viking track season
was in full swing!
Northside's trackmen began their practice
when the first signs of spring arrived. Track
and field competition attracted boys from
all five grades. Hours of endless toil and
diligent practice rewarded these boys with
All team members enjoyed the develop-
ment of individual skills, but some attained
the added reward of establishing new school
records. The season's end found our hard-
working Northside trackmen placing second
in the Blue Ridge District, a well-deserved
TRACK TEAM: Sitting-Gene Fielder. Jimmy Mills, Steve Oliver, Elliott Bayer, Bob Wells, Tommy Riely.
Standing-Norman Holdren, Greg Smallwood, Mike Lackey, Mark Reinhardt, and Coach Sloan.
Track and Field
J. D. Via
100 yd. dash 10.2
120 yd. high
180 yd. low
220 yd. dash :22.6
440 yd. dash 50.3
880 yd. dash .03.6
Mile Run :42.1
Broad Jump 20'8"
Pole Vault 11'4"
High Jump 5'10"
Shot put 48'1Q"
2.4 miles 13:03.5
Broad Jump 20'11"
Leaving his opponents far behind, Terry Hen
son races to the tape for an easy Viking Win
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. ...... 86 Covington . . . . . .32
. ...... 43 Wm. Fleming . . . . . .79
. .... 55l,fQ Cave Spring . . . . . .62
. ...... 68 Liberty ....... . ,... 71
Blue Ridge District:-Second Place
Concord Relays:-First Place
Piedmont Relays:-Second Place
Cosmopolitan Relays:--Second Place
FIELD EVENT TEAM: Sitting-L. Brax-
ton, F. Hutchins, W. Reinhardt. Standing-
Coach Sloan, D. Walters, K. Ferris, R. Cus-
ter, B. Smallwood, M. Layman, T. Henson,
W. Gaabo, and R. Bryant.
A spirited crowd presents one
t y p i c a l Northside trademark.
Hark! I Spy cz Green .H.S. UFO.
Allen Williamson throws the discus for points for Northside in the track meet against William Fleming.
The swift Northside team shuts out their opposition
as Doug Walters hands Wayne Gaabo the baton.
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gun the race begins
amid cheering spectators.
FBLA: First Row-Mrs. Penturff, Joyce Chappelle,
Sandra Phipps, Diane Chapman. Second Row-Sue
Smith, Diane Hanes, Yvonne Heggs, Brenda Creasy,
Sandra Creasy. Third Row-Sharon Cuddy, June
Skills 0 Business
The Projection Club, now more organized
and more efficient, than before, is a great
benefit to Northside's faculty. By keeping
track of the visual aids and supplying them
to the classrooms, the Projection Club has
eliminated much confusion. Also in charge
of special effects and lighting at assemblies
and extracurricular activities, the club oper-
ates from the projection room.
The SKALD staff this year has added to
the regular publication a shorter version
known as "Skald Scribblesf' The Work for
the "Scribbles" is chosen from donations by
the students as well as from the work by
regular members of the staff. The regular
SKALD magazine comes out in the spring.
The F. B. L. A. has been active in the Rad-
ford Region this year with entries in Public
Speaking, scrap books, bulletin boards, and
other exhibits. The officers chosen for this
are Karen Painter, President, Teresa Bow-
man, Vice-Presidentg Nancy Holland, Sec-
retaryg and Steve Roberts, Treasurer.
Divers, Andrea Kelly, Nancy Holland, Ramona
Wright, Valerie Overfelt. Fourth Row-Nancy
Crowder, Donna Whitehead, Steve Roberts, Carol
Burch, Patti Gross, Kardn Painter.
Projection Club member, Steve Mimimch helps with
lighting and sound effects during Keyette assembly.
SKALD STAFF: First Row-- Rosean Smith, Kay Barrett, Mrs. Kellly. Second Row-Jerry Lively, Alllan Wil-
liamson, Tim Reed, Tommy Anderson, Dave Dickerson, Terry Fisher, Norman Holden, Fabio Chomiki.
Creative Writing Club Adds "SkczId Scribblesv
PROJECTION CLUB: Ralph Bayer, Danny Kessler, Steve Minnich, Lindsay Taylor, Tony Porter, Greg Slusher,
Chester Simmons, Charlie Foreman.
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The '4Key to Christmasu reminds the citizens of
Roanoke of the true spirit of the season.
Key C lab Spreads
The Key Club sent money to pay for food
and clothing for Wu Tu Liu, an eight-year
-old girl in Taiwan. The club sent her gifts
at Christmas and received a Christmas card
The members attended a banquet at the
Oais Restaurant in January. The program
included a film and the initiation of new
Members helped at the Mountain View
Elementary Bazaar last fall. They became
amateur salesmen for the club's annual
money-making project of selling peanut brit-
Programs later in the year included speech-
es on various vocations and a movie, "The
Northside's chapter of Key Club Inter-
national sent two delegates to the district
convention in Baltimore, Maryland in April
and two to the international convention in
Montreal, Canada, in July.
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KEY CLUB: First Row-Mr. Stuart, Larry Stuckey, ford, David Fisher, Dickie Stuckey, David Bousman,
Jay Morgan, Butch Gibson, Mike Paynter, Neil Ob- Mike Henderson, Marc Fielder, Wayne Gaabo. Fourth
enshain, Richard Smoot. Second Row-Mike Aheron, Row-Allan Williamson, Glen Dudley, Robert Cana-
Tom Bradshaw, Steve Rice, Brad Smallwood, Terry day, Dan Zurro, Ronnie Hall, Pete Grogan, Ralph
Henson, Norman Holdren. Third Row-Bill Craw- Bayer.
Allen Williamson, Larry Stuckey, Steve Rice, Glen Dudley, and Norman Holdren learn gladly how to park cars.
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Swings Into Action
Our tennis team, organized for the first
time in the spring of 1967 and coached by
Mr. Howell, practiced frequently at Loch
Haven Country Club. Team members Glen
Dudley, VValter Viohl, Dick Oliver, Kyle Fitz-
gerald, and Larry Stuckey enjoyed battling
with skillful players from several area high
schools. Their 4-3 record brought a success-
ful beginning to tennis at Northside.
Coached by Mr. Fallin, the golf team teed
off to an exciting season once more. Senior
David Kidd took top honors on the team.
Playing at local country clubs, the members
took up their irons daily to maintain profi-
ciency in drives and putting, Those returning
for '68 include Danny Camper, Mike Morris,
Danny Jarrett, and Steve Williamson.
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swings out with some coaching from David Kidd
GOLF TEAM: David Kidd, Dan Baldwin, Mike Winston, Bill Hedrick, Tom Rieley, Mike Morris, Coach Fallm
VARSITY CLUB: First Row-Larry Stuckey, Steve
Rice, Ricky Schilling, Mike Paynter, Ralph Bayer,
Roger Robinson, Teddy Worrell. Second Row-Bob
Wells, Terry Henson, Brad Smallwood, Gary David-
son, Norman Holdren, Eddie Bryant, Mark Layman,
Doug' Walters. Third Row-Mike Henderson, Steve
Lambruscati, Roger Bryant, Dickey Stuckey, Robert
Cregger, Randy Likins, Walter Reinhardt, Pete
Grogan. Fourth Row-David Early, David Bous-
man, Stafford Lewis, Danny Camper, Fred Hutchins,
Tommy Anderson, Mark Reinhardt, Wayne Gaabo.
TENNIS TEAM: Kyle Fitzerald, Steve Minnich, Dick Oliver, Ton Bradshaw, Steve
Minnich, Richard Smoot, Mr. Howell.
Mrs. Kelly is flaber-
gasted as Tommy Ander-
son presents her with a
December Brings Arrival of Senior Pins
Susan Lee Aheron
Evelyn Suzanne Aliff
Michael Wayne Altizer
Patricia Ellen Arrington
Carolyn Sue Ashlin
Allyn Eugenia Babb
Patricia Gail Ball
Brenda Kay Barrett
Dreams Come True
for Senior C lass
The class of 1968 struggled through their
junior year to present the prom, "Days of
Wine and Roses." During that year they
originated the "Mr. Cool Contest" and award-
ed a prize to the most beautiful entry.
Tommy Anderson took the five dollar prize
and With it the title, "Mr, Coolf' Profits
from the musical "South Pacific" gave a
tremendous boost to the class treasury.
The senior year brought hopefully awaited
senior rings, pins, key chains, and pendants.
The administration thoughtfully added the
senior privilege of leaving three minutes
early for lunch. Collegebound seniors enroll-
ed in advance math and English courses.
Business students were offered an office
practice course at the Vocational Center.
English 12 included studies of "The Canter-
bury Tales", Shakespearean dramas, and
structural linguistics. Seniors rejoiced at
the completion of their last high school
Terry Henson, f'Mr. Football", grins
when congratulated by Coach Shelton.
Cynthia Fay Barrett
Ralph Ernest Bayer
William Jackson Beason
Earl Bryan Boitnott
Jeanetta Fayne Boone
S-S-S -EN -I -I -I OR I !
Seniors ! Seniors !
Ranking number one on the student totem
pole, seniors enjoyed the benefits of experi-
ence. Theirs is the joy of screaming "Sen-
iors!" at every pep rally. Theirs is the joy
also of saying, "I passed all tough courses
that are giving you underclassmen such a
The class of 1968 has come to realize that
as seniors they have reached a point of no
return. Five years ago when as eighth
graders they entered the halls of Northside
the day of graduation now so near seemed
an eternity away.
For some, college a c c e p t a n c e s came
months agog for some, the future holds only
indefinite plans. During rehearsal for grad-
uation and capping assemblies, however, all
gain a new prospective on how fleet time is
and how final their graduation.
David Curtis Bousman
Sarah Kathryn Bowman
Barbara Jean Bowman
Margie Lou Brigham
Richard Layne Brizendine
Karen Leah Brooks
Mike Henderson and Brenda Fahnestock busily
browse through piles of mail from their fans.
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merchants, record the transactions of the day.
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two as Debbie Oyler straightens hoop.
Karyl Lynn Brooks
Martha Hatcher Brown
Robert Glenn Byrd
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Frank Carroll Campbell
Danny Lee Camper
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Carol Elaine Clarkson
Carolyn Jeannette Cole
Laura Diane Collins
Drema Marlene Cooper
William Stewart Crawford
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Thomas Quinn Dickenson
Jerry Edward Dickerson
James William Dotson
Rosanna Jeanne Doyle
Barbara Joy Dowdy
Brenda Hope Dowdy
Morton Glenn Dudley
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'68 Rings are "00hed',by Envious Underclassmen
David Thompson Early
Karleen Dawn Evans
Brenda Lee Fahnestock
Marc Layne Fielder
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Frank David Fitzgerald
Larry Wayne Fitzgerald
Philip Craig Flora
Sharon Elaine Ford
Donna Perdue and Ralph Bayer will sit
any where to watch the Mighty Vikings.
Frank Fitzgerald displays his forceful personality by
demanding that Brenda Hylton dismount his deer.
Sharon Christine Fracisco
Carl Wayne Gaabo
James Harvey Garst
Cynthia Blair Gillespie
Brenda Lorene Glass
Joseph Dean Gloyd
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Summers admire the latest fashions.
Seniors Look Forward to Having Own Prom
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Joy Ardell Gottshall
Hedda Gail Greever
L Kline Peter Grogan
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Ronnie Walker Hall
Dreama Ann Hambrick
David Lipton Hatcher
Mary Sue McKinney conveys problems of the stock Martha Brown and Tommy Anderson change places
market as Bob Cregger patiently listens. to see if they liked the other's ability.
Michael Wayne Henderson
Cynthia Lee Henley
Terence Dean Henson
Joseph Martin Hoer
Brenda Darlene Hofawger
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Q. Dickenson's outstanding burping personality.
'68 Senior Class Officers are: President Allen William-
son, Vice President Wayne Gaabo, Reporter Pat Ball,
Treasurer Brenda Hyton, and Secretary Lyn Gordh.
Norman Brooks Holdren
Linda Ann Holland
Danny Spencer Hudgins
Brenda Carol Hylton
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Sue Aheron gently exerts a subtle yet ef-
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Seniors Begin On The Climb 0 Success
Deborah May Jones
Linda Lee Jones
Linda Ann Keith
John Henry Kelderhouse
John Howard Kidd
Linda Ann Kidd
Kathleen Barron Kurbjun
Mary Ester Lackey
Cynthia Anne LaFoon
Danny Sherman LaPrad
Harry Clifton Lewis
Randall Thurman Likens
Jerry McKinley Lively
Janet Diane Lovelace
Susan Marie Lowry
William Martin Lowry
William Martian Lowry
Linda Holland gives friendly Lynn
Gordh one of her tuffest looks.
Brad Smallwood ties a "cute" bow in Linda
Kidd's hair, both looking a bit mischievious.
Class '68 Leaves T radz tzons
Teresa Anne Lynch
Rory James McGregor
Fredric Michael McCoy
Ivy Jeanette McCoy
Mary Sue McKinny
Richard Wade McLeod
Mary Ellen McPherson
James Lewis Mann
Virginia Carol Martin
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Pep Club members don their aprons and grab
their utensils to barbeque the Cavaliers.
Mrs. Henderson and Mr. E. Orr, Senior Class sponsors
check National Honor Society collars for graduation
Louis George Maverdes
Barry Lyn Meador
Joseph Michael Meador
Katherine Anne Mills
Pamela Gayle Mitchell
Ralph Bayer and Richard Smoot prepare ropes to
keep enthusiastic Viking fans off the mats.
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Practical jokers Connie Pannell, Mike Reed, and
Brenda Glass booby trap the principal's office.
Charles Edward Moore
Rebecca Lee Moore
Jeanne Frances Motley
Linda Lee Nichols
Joyce 4Ann Newman
Jessie Elizabeth Owens
Terry Henson and Teresa Lynch
can find excitement all around.
Lasting Friendships Grow Within Seniors
Susan Deborah Oyler
Karen Sue Painter
7 Norma Rafael Palispis
Connie Jean Pannell
Raymond V. Payne
Donna Lynn Perdue
William Henry Peters
Rose Marie Phillips
Linda Suzanne Poff
Intermission brings laughter and conversation at the Christmas Dance, the
last big social event of 1967
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Ronald William Revere
Thomas Lee Robertson
Jo Alice Ruble
Charles Wayne Sandford
Jerry John Schaffer
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A typical scene finds Sherry Ford, T. Q.
Dickenson, and Jerry Price congregating
around the radio, sipping drinks.
Howard Lee Schilling, Jr.
Gregory Harman Sharp
Linda Ferris Shelor
James Lynwood Shrader
Bradley Keith Smallwood
Wesley Daniel Snider
Chester E. Spangler, Jr.
Rita Joe Stallard
Samuel Davis Stokes, III
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Henry Laurence Stuckey
Candanee Louise Summers
Terry Donald Syran
Alan Martin Thompson
Frank Michael Thompson
Linda Louise Turner
Stuart Myles Turner
Homer Mitchell Wade
William Charles Watson
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David Bousman moves the mirror a little to the right
helping Cindy Henley bring her good looks in focus.
After Four Good Years . . . This Is It
David Gilbert Webber
Sharon Marie Wertz
Robert Allen Williamson
Susan Carol Wingo
Larry Michael Wilson
Romona Mikie Wright
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The top ten students of the Senior Class of 1967 stand nervously while waiting their turn to be capped
The Prom Still Lingers at Baccalaureate
Mrs. Noel smiles happily as Pat Ball pre-
sents her with flowers at the '67 Prom.
VVhile Seniors dance to the music of the Aqualads,
Mr. and Mrs. Yates hop to their thirsty cries.
Senior Banquet is
Given by Juniors
"The Days of Wine and Roses" left many
memories with those who attended the 1967
Junior-Senior Prom. Red roses, candlelight,
and music by the Aqualads provided the
essential atmosphere for a delightful even-
ing. Money-making projects and committee
Work by the junior class were well rewarded
by the success of the prom. As each couple
entered over a gently-sloping bridge, girls
were presented long stem red roses.
At baccalaureate the Reverend J. C. Noble
once more turned the ears of graduating
seniors toward serious topics. In a crowded
gymnasium, seniors wearing caps and gowns
listened to challenges of tomorrow. Exams
finished, their high school careers near a
close and graduation only days away, the
class became inevitably aware of what lay
Brenda Glass, Lyn Gordh, and Donna Perdue watch hungrily as Eddie Tucker generously fills his plate.
Senior Jill Anderson is presented her
cap by her brother Kim Anderson.
The Coming Years
Seniors look forward to their graduation
night for five years-first as eighth graders
looking at seniors far ahead of them, later
as juniors Watching many close friends
graduate, finally as seniors themselves, living
through their final year at Northside. Cli-
maxing the final year of preparation for the
World of work and higher education, gradua-
tion night symbolizes an accomplishment, a
milestone in the lives of these people. As
students describe it, graduation is a time of
happiness and of sadness, a beginning and
an end. Speeches by classmates and admin-
istrative officials ring in the ears of all pres-
ent, and the minds of seniors are crammed
full of relief at the completion of a lengthly
task, ambitions to meet future challenges,
and fears of failure. Yet, amid this conglom-
eration of ideas there emerges hope and a
faint tingle of excitement as the future is
seriously considered. The graduated seniors
rise reluctantly and go forth to meet their
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As 'the Class of '67 goes toward grad-
uation new doors of the future open.
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"Pomp and Circumstances" plays as the Class of '67 marches into a new world full of hopes and fears
Carol Clarkson and Rose Marie Phillips distribute programs at the '67 graduation
Affection that will not be gainsay '41, the sense of what zs real the thought lj after all lt should
The doubts ofday-time and the doubts ofnzght time the curious whether and how
Whether that which appears so is so, or is it all flashes and spcehs 7
Doubts of day and doubts of night vanish
when we show affection for trivial items in
our lives. Affection, depth of expression, joy
in sharing experiences with our classmates
present a vibrant reality, an underlying
spirit. The flashes and specks of our school
are students frequenting halls and haunting
classrooms. Soiled loafers and dusty-white
saddle oxfords shuffling down halls decieve
an onlooker. The observant notice the flash-
ing smile, the bouncy hello which reflect
student spirit. Seemingly inconsequential
events combine to build the unique personal-
ity of our student body. An all season' view
of Northside reveals a flash of shared ex-
Annual Stajjf Makes
More than a memory book, the North Star
clearly reflects every aspect of life at North-
side. By giving a complete view of activities
held throughout the year, the yearbook func-
tions in the public relations of our school.
Selling ads and subscriptions, drawing lay-
outs, cropping pictures, and writing copy
and captions, annual staff members partici-
pate in more than an extracurricular activity.
They continually strive to meet deadlines,
thus moving always closer to a completed
account of our year. The editors, advisor,
and entire staff work in accord to produce
the book. Staff members fulfill an obligation
to make the yearbook a complete record of
every facet of student life. When this record
arrives from Delmar Publishing Company in
May, staff members inevitably feel pride and
experience many moments remembering the
rewarding hours of work they did on the
When things are in an uproar, you can depend on
Donna Fitzgerald to locate important material.
Constantly searching for just the right words to fit just the right pictures, Donna Fitzgerald, Janie
Hoer, Darlene Jones, Marsha Clarkson, Jane Vannoy, and Jodie Landis, compose our North Star Annual.
Cindy Henley, Editorg Carol Clarkson, Copy Editorg and Pat Ball, Business Man-
ager, pitch in to help Mr. Carter, our adviser, type a letter to Delmar.
Paula Mason, Marty Johnson, and Roseau Smith work on copy and captioning pictures for the final deadline.
Oversized rolling pins and larger
than usual measuring cups are a
must for 1300 student's hot lunches.
Students wait as workers inspect the meat and buns which are wrapped in cloth to assure their warmth.
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SERVICE GROUP: First Row-Alvis McKinney, David Ragland, Bill Tyree, Richard Arthur David
T1m Beasley, J. D. Westmoreland, Charlotte Craw- Wright, Russell Woolridge, Kurt Knulf ,Frank
ford, Ruby Allen. Second Row-Harold Cooper, Tuttle. '
Service Groups Aid
Our custodian, C. R. McKeel, diligently mops up C-Hall
floor dirt and scuff marks during after school hours.
if Vital to the maintenance of any large high W
school are the cafeteria workers, bus drivers,
and students who Work in the office and
cafeteria. NHS is no exception.
Most of our 1300 students are transported
to and from school daily by some 25 bus
drivers. The long snakelike line of yellow
buses at the close of every school day is seen
on the hottest day of June and on the cloudy,
rainy days of December.
Equally important are the women who
prepare hot lunches each day in the school
cafeteria. Besides their task of providing food
for the students of NHS, these women fix
meals to be carried to Masons Cove Elemen-
Several girls and boys spend an hour each
day in the cafeteria to earn their free lunch.
Cafeteria maintenance depends greatly on
these students. Numerous girls devote one or
two study halls per day Working in the office.
Errands to be run are plenty.
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Choir Heartibf Sings
Northside's reorganized choir, under the
superb direction of Miss Mildred Johnson,
has almost doubled its activity.
Early in the fall members sang during
half-time activities at the Shrine Bowl with
other choirs from Roanoke area high schools.
They entertained harried Christmas shoppers
at the Crossroads Mall December 19 and
sang a medley of songs from around the
world at our Christmas assembly. Also dur-
ing the Christmas season, they built a float
and entered it in the Roanoke and Salem
February 20 was the date for All-State
choir. Not only was this the first time this
had been held at Northside, but it was also
the first time our choir had participated.
Miss Johnson selected eight people from our
choir to represent us in the All-State. The
highlight of this occasion was a concert by
all members of the All-State choir.
For this spring, the choir planned two
concerts which were presented to the ele-
mentary schools and our student body.
OFFICERS: Pres. O. Blanney, Inter. S. Blankenshop,
Sec. M. Brown Music and Robe Lib. A. Simmon, C.
Northside's choir had a Spanish Christmas and used 'iCalypso Noeli' for their theme in Christmas parade.
CHOIR: First Row-Accompanist, Martha Brown,
Director, Mildred Johnson, Claudia Richardson,
Norma Palispis, Sharon Shepard, Karen Hannabas,
Ben Thomas, Norman Striplin, Chuck Sanford, Jim-
my Dotson, Sandy Blakenship, Patty Gross, Carol
Bain, Phyllis Callahan, Sherry Jones, Debbie Hud-
son. Second Row-Sandra Moore, Ginger Cregger,
Jed W'illiamson, Jimmy Graves, Steve Fisher, Richa-
ed Pointdexter, Oliver Blaney, Bill Braxtom, Cathy
Creasy, Karen Malone, Susan lrvingr, Mary Alice
French, Deloris Hylton, Donna Benko, Nancy Beav-
ers. Third R0wgDebhie Raykes, Darlene Cook, Pat
Fitzhugh, Andrea Cole, Sheila Stephens, Rhonda
McCann, Marshall Sayles, David Clark, Ginger Law-
horn, Patti Garst, Alta Simon, Diane Collins, Billie
Milam, Laura South, Rosemary Meador. Fourth
Row-Cherie Bailey, Namcy Holland, Lynette Town-
send, Vickie Graham, Pam Lee, Andrea VVatson,
Anne Cregger, Carol Sensabough, Pam Hale, Helen
Evans, Susan Booth, Valerie Overfelt, Donna Bar-
nett, Charlotte Riley, Suzanne Moore, Susan VVaters.
The Allstate Chorel
is Karen Hanna-
bass, Karen Malone,
Cathy Creasy, Diane
Collins, Chuck San-
ford, Ben Thomas,
Alta Simon, Norman
Striplin, Jim Dotson.
THE NORTHSIDE ATHLETIC BOOSTER'S CLUB
President ................ ........ ....... J o hn F. Clayton, Jr.
Executive Vice President . .. .... Thomas E. Edmondson
Vice President .... Albert L. Fitzgerald
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Sales Director . . .
Public Address ....
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Fourth period staffers and Mr. Gerald Carter get
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Mrs: Donna Henderson is elated and surprised at
recelving roses from her cheerleading squad.
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Chuck Creggar discusses the value of the popsicle with
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T. M. Aheron
D. R. Brooks
H. K. Brown
D. l. Bower
J. R. Callahan
W. D. Clarkson
V. V. Collins
L. H. Crowder
Warren J. Dale
J. W. Dotson
C. A. Gaabo
G. A. Gordh
J. Richard Gottshall
Kline P. Grogan
Mryon E. Henderson
F. R. Henely
Dean C. Henson
B. H. Holland
G. W. lkard
A. L. Jones
W. D. Kidd
D. 0. Oyler
T. R. Pannell
A. F. Pullen
K. K. Smallwood
T. S. Turner
L. S. Watson
Anderson, Alfred C.: East Tennessee State
University, B.S. 5 World Geography and World
Bower, Anita W.: Concord College, B.S.: Sci-
ence and Home Economics II: Co-Sponsor of
Future Homemakers of America.
Bower, Gaylord C.: Morris Harvey College
B.S.: Math 8: Co-Sponsor of Math Club.
Brammer, Rebecca E.: Ferrum Junior College,
Radford College, B.A. in Education, Biology 8,
Biology 105 Sponsor of Girls Athletic Associa-
Brill, Robert Henry: Roanoke College, B.A.,
English 12 and Advanced Grammar and Com-
position: Co-Sponsor of National Honor So-
Carter, L. Gerald: V.P.I., B.A.: English 8 and
Math 8: Sponsor and Friend of the Annual
Clemons, Nancy R.: Virginia Intermont Col-
lege, East Tennessee State University, A.A.
in Pre-Physical Education 5 Health and Physi-
Coffindaffer, Ashby Lee: West Virginia Uni-
versity, East Tennessee State University, R0-
anoke College, B.S.: University of Virginia
M.S.g Science 8, Biology 10.
Coffindaffer, Rose S.: Roanoke College, B.A
in English: English 10 and Dramatics I and II,
Sponsor of National Thespians and Polyfacets.
Dyer, Don R.: West Virginia Tech, B.S.: Math
and Health and Physical Education 10: J.V.
Football and J .V. Basketball Coach.
Fitzer, Margaret Jean: Radford College, B.S.:
Math 8, Math 9 and Chemistry 9.
Flora, Mary Blair: Roanoke College, A.B.:
Spanish I and French II, Sponsor of Spanish
Club, Co-Sponsor of French Club, and Co-
Sponsor of the Girls Athletic Association.
Fore, Suellen W.: Winthrop College, B.A.,
Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry and Ge-
ometry, Sponsor of Math Club.
Fudge, Jerry L.: Concord College, B.S.: Ge-
ometry and Algebra I: Co-Sponsor of Math
Gallion, James A.: Marshall University, A.B.g
Radford College, M.S.: World History, Guid-
ance Counselor, Head Basketball Coach, As-
sistant Football Coach.
Garst, Trilby: Virginia Intermont College:
Gregory, Shirley: University of South Missis-
isippi, B.S., University of Virginia: World
History and Government: Sponsor of Future
Teachers of America.
Harris, Elizabeth F.: Longwood College, Vir-
ginia College, University of William and Mary,
University of Virginia Extension: B.S.: Art'
Co-Sponsor of Red Cross Volunteers.
Hartigan, Ernestine P.: Radford College,
M.S.g Spanish I, II, III, IV.
Henderson, Donna H.: Mary Washington Col-
lege, B.S., Radford College, M.S.: Biology 8,
Guidance Counselor, and Psychology: Spon-
sor of Junior Varsity and Varsity Cheerlead-
Howell, Robert N.: University of Florida, Ro-
anoke College, B.S. 3 Math 9, Freshman Class
Sponsor and Tennis Coach.
Isbell, Ralph C.: Concord College, B.S.: Health
and Physical Education: Assistant Football
Johnston, Harold L.: University of Miami, B.
Ed., Radford College, M.S.: Assistant Princi-
Kavitz, Doris J.: Radford College, B.S.: Health
and Physical Education.
Kelly, Patricia P.: West Virginia University,
B.S., M.A.: Shorthand I and English 10,
Sponsor of Skald.
Leftwich, Richard S.: William and Mary, Ro-
anoke, B.A., Government, Economics and
Lonker, Jo-Ann S.: Concord College, B.S.:
English 8 and English 11: Co-Sponsor of Pep
McBride, Jean G.: Radford College, B.S.:
Home Economics I and II: Sponsor of Future
Homemakers of America.
McDavid, Edna L.: Radford College, B.S.g
Martin, Edna T.: Emory and Henry College,
B.A. 3 Latin I, II, III, IV, Sponsor of the Latin
Miller, J. Curtis: Bridgewater College, A.B.g
West Virginia University: U.S. History, World
Geography: Co-Sponsor of the Junior Class.
Minnich, Kathryn L.: University of Cincin-
nati, B.S.g Algebra II, Math Analysis.
Mitchell, Joan W.: Radford College, B.S.: Eng-
Naff, Mary R.: University of Virginia: Rad-
ford College, B.S.: World Geography g Sponsor
of Red Cross Volunteens.
Noell, Jouce F.: Radford College, B.S.g Uni-
versity of Virginia: Office Practice, Typing
I and II, Sponsor of the Newspaper.
Orr, Kennett Eugene: Emory and Henry Col-
lege, A.B.: V.P.I., M.S.g Assistant Principal,
Penturff, Ellen: Concord College, B.S.g Book-
keeping, General Business, Personal Typing,
Sponsor of the Future Business Leaders of
Peters, Norma Jean: Treveca College, B.A.:
George Peabody College, M.A.g American His-
tory, Government, Comparative Government:
Debate Team Coach.
Petty, Mary Frances: Roanoke College, B.S.g
University of Virginia Extension: English
Price, Vernon: V.P.I., B.S.g Industrial Arts.
Prunty, William C.: Virginia Union College,
B.A., World History, Assistant Football
Russo, Dorothy H.: Roanoke College, A.B.g
University of Virginia Extension, English 11
Savell, Linda: Carson Newman, B.A.: English
8: Sponsor Y-Teens.
Shelton, Ken: Applachian State Teachers Col-
lege, B.S., Radford College, M.S.g World His-
tory, Health and Physical Education,Guidance
Counselor, Head Football Coach and Head
Shober, Dwight: Bridgewater College, B.S.g
Shook, John: Morehead State College, B.A.:
Shook, Rosemary Brown: Morehead State Col-
lege, B.A.: English 9 and 10.
Stewart, Robert L.: University of Virginia,
B.S.g Physics 9 and 12 g Co-Sponsor of the
Key Club, Head Track and Cross Country
Urquhart, W. David: University of Richmond,
University of Virginia, B.S., M.S. in Educa-
Vandergriff, Susan Potter: University of Ten-
neessee, B.S.g English 8.
Waker, William: Saint Paul's College, B.S.:
Chemistry 9, Physics 9, Assistant Football
Coach and J .V. Football Coach.
Yates, Sue B.: Bridgewater College, B.A.:
Math 8: Co-Sponsor of the Math Club.
Yates, William H.: University of Virginia,
B.A., Chemistry 11: Sponsor of the Projection
Zimmer, B. Susan: Wittenbery University
B.S.: Algebra I, Geometry, Math 12.
Zirkle, Patricia T.: Radford College, B.S.g
Chemistry 11, 9, Science 8, Sponsor of the
Aheron, Susan Lee: Sue: Academic: G.A.A. 1,23
French Club 2,3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5, President 53
Choir 3,4, Secretary 43 Red Cross Volunteens 1,2,3,
4,5, President 33 S.C.A. Secretary 53 Keyettes 4,53
Math Club 2,33 National Honor Society 3,4,53 DAR
American History Award 43 Homecoming Court 53
Best Leader of the Senior Class 5.
Aliff, Evelyn Suzanne: Suzi: Academic: National
Honor Society 4,53 Math Club 4,53 Best Shorthand
I Student 43 Member of Roanoke County Mathe-
matical Honor Society 5.
Altizer, Michael Wayne: General: Distributive Edu-
cation Clubs of America 5.
Arrington, Gloria Jean: Academic: Choir 13 DECA
5: Red Cross 3.
Arrington, Patricia Ellen: Patsy: Academic: Pep
Club 1,2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 French Club 2,3,4, Vice
President 43 Math Club 1,2,3,4,53 Keyettes 3,4,53
National Honor Society 3,4,53 Polyfacets 43 Na-
tional Thespians 5, Treasurer 53 Skald Staff 4,
Publicity Manager 43 Inter Club Council 4,53 Roanoke
County Mathematical Honor Society 53 Stage Man-
ager Senior Class Play 53 Third Place District For-
ensic Meet 43 Graduation Marshal 4.
Babb, Allyn Eugenia: Academic: Future Teachers
of America 1,4,5j Senior Class Play 53 Sound and
Make-up Committee-Junior Class Play 43 Y-Teens
1,5Q Junior Achievement 5.
Ball, Patricia Gail: Pat: Academic: The North Star
Staff 1,2,3,4,5, Business Manager 53 Latin Club 2,3,
4,55 Pep Club 1,2,3,4,53 Math Club 1,2,3,4, Vice Presi-
dent 43 National Honor Society 4,53 Grapplettes 4,53
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,5, Intramural Manager 53 Keyettes
4,53 Historian 53 Red Cross Volunteen l,2,33 Senior
Class Reporter 53 Miss North Star Finalist 53 Teen-
Town Representative 53 S.C.A. Foreign Exchange
Student Board 53 Make-up Committee Senior Class
Play 53 Prop Committee Junior Class Play 43 Most
Dependable Senior 5.
Bayer, Ralph Ernest: Manager: Academic: Latin Club
3,4,53 Pep Club 4,53 Football Manager 4,53 Wrestling
Manager 3,4,53 Varsity Club 3,4,53 Key Club 4,55
Most School Spirit 5.
Boone, Jeanette Faye: Academic: Y-Teens 2,3,4, Vice
President 3, President 43 Keyettes 3,4,5, Vice Presi-
dent 53 Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,43 Red Cross Volunteens
1,2,3,4, Reporter 3g Math Club 1,2,3,5, Vice President
53 National Honor Society 53 Spanish Club 2,53 I.C.C.
4,53 Choir 13 Junior Class Play 43 Senior Class Play
-Student Director 53 Mathematical Honor Society 5.
Bowman, Sarah Kathryn Agnew: Kathy: Academic:
Pep Club 23 Y-Teens 2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Keyettes
43 French Club 3,43 Red Cross Volunteens 23 DECA
5 QMath Club 23 Treasurer of Y-Teens 3.
Brigham, Margie Lou: Bloody Mary: General: Thes-
pians 53 Junior Class Play-South Pacific 43 Christ-
mas Play 5.
Brooks, Karyl Lynn: General: Pep Club 53 Grapplettes
53 Future Homemakers of America 33 G.A.A. 2,3.
Brown, Martha Hatcher: Academic: Cheerleader 2,3,
4,53 Choir 3,4,5, Accompanist 3,4,5, Vice President
4, Secretary-Treasurer 53 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Keyettes 3,4,
53 Pep Club 1,2,3,4,53 Vikette Singers 3,4, Accompanist
3,43 Math Club 23 SCA Representative 53 North Star
Staff 1,2,3Q National Honor Society 3,4,5, President
53 First Place School Forensics-Girl's Prose Reading
3,43 Second Place District Forensics 33 Most Talented
Byrd, Robert Glenn: Glenn: Football 3,52 Basketball
1,33 Baseball 2.
Callaham, Phyllis Ann: Phil: Business: Choir 1,3,4,5.
Campbell, Frank Carroll: Academic: Track 3s Cross
Camper, Danny Lee: Muhammad: Academic: Varsity
Club 3,4,53 Spanish Club 3,4Q French Club 23 Letter in
Golf 2,3,4,53 Basketball 2,33 Track 13 Junior Class
Play 43 Senior Class Play 53 S.C.A. Representative
3,53 Most Valuable Golfer 4.
Collins, Laura Diane: Choir 2,4,53 Junior Class Play 43
Senior Class Play 53 Red Cross Volunteens 33 Poly-
Cole, Carolyn Jeanette: Academic: Y-Teens 2,3,4, Sec-
retary 2, Program Chairman 3,43 S.C.A. Representa-
tive 2, Chaplin 3,4,53 Junior Achievement 43 Spanish
Club 3,4, Secretary 43 Junior Class Secretary 43 Home-
maker of Tomorrow Award 5.
Cooper, Dreama Marlene: Business.
Creasy, Sandra Gail: Sandy: Business: Pep Club 1,2,
3,4,53 G.A.A. 1,2,3Q Future Business Leaders of Amer-
ica 3,4,53 Inter-Club Council 53 Future Homemakers
of America 23 Y-Teens 1,23 Polyfacets 4,51 Math Club
1,23 Senior Class Play 5, Junior Class Play 43 One
Act Play 4.
Creggar, Robert Stephen: "Gunky Waffle", Bob: Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4, Letter 3,43 Track 33 Varsity Club 3,4,53
Pep Club 43 Polyfacets 53 Friendliest Senior 53 Junior
Class Play 43 Senior Class Play 53 S.C.A. Representa-
Cronise, Calvin Robert: Moose: Academic: Pep Club
3,43 Basketball 4, Letter In Basketball 43 Track 43
Junior Varsity Basketball 33 Freshman Basketball 2.
Custer, Carolyn Ann: Carol: Academic.
Denison, Dennie Pyrtle, III: Butch: Academic: Band
1,2,3,4,5, All State Band 43 Wrestling 33 Track 3,
Letter 33 Vice President Band 5, Letter Band 4,53
Spanish Club 4.
Dotson, James William: Jimmy: General: Band 2,3,43
Choir 53 Wrestling 3,4.
Dowdy, Brenda Hope: General: Future Homemakers
of America 1.
Dudley, Morton Glenn: Glugley: Academic: Spanish
Club 4,5, Vice President 4, President 53 Key Club
4,53 Vice President3 National Honor Society 53 Math
Club 43 Junior Class Play 43 Most Courteous Senior.
Early, David Thompson: General: Varsity Club 53
Football 2,3,4,5, Letter 53 Junior Achievement 4,5Q
Polyfacets 53 Basketball 3.
Fahnestock, Brenda Lee: Business: S.C.A. Repre-
sentative3 Pep Club 2,3,4Q Polyfacets 43 National
Thespians 53 Cheerlealer 3,43 Junior Class Play 43
Senior Class Play 53 Homecoming Queen 53 Holy
Princess 53 Girl's State Representative: Member of
the Heironimus Deb Council 43 Plays-"The Light in
the Window" 4, "The Anger of God" 3, "The Other
Wise Man" 33 Most Popular Senior.
Fielder, Marc Layne: Academic: Wrestling 4,53 Tennis
4g Track 43 National Honor Society 3,4,53 Key Club
4,5Q Math 1,23 Spanish Club 1,2,33 S.C.A. Representa-
tive 1,23 Graduation Marshal 43 Roanoke Valley Math
Xt Seminar3 Best Dressed Senior Boy.
Ford, Sharon Elaine: Sherry: Academic: G.A.A. 1,2,
3,43 Red Cross Volunteens 13 Math Club 1, Secretary
13 Pep Club 4,53 Grapplettes 4,53 Keyettes 43 Latin
Club 1,23 Annual Staff 53 Junior Class Play 43 Senior
Class Play 53 Homecoming Court 43 Miss North Star
Court 53 Typical Senior 5.
Francisco, Patricia Diane: General: Band 13 Red Cross
Volunteens 13 Keyettes 33 VICA 5.
Gaabo, Carl Wayne: Wayne: Academic: Key Club 3,
4,53 KVG 43 Varsity Club 3,4,53 Pep Club 23 Spanish
Club 3,43 S.C.A. Representative 13 Football l,2,3,4,5,
Letter 3,4,53 Basketball 1,2,3,4,5, Letters 3,4,53 Track
2,3,4.5, Letter 3,4,53 Fourth in the State Broad Jump
Mr. Bower types a test to challenge the mathe-
matical abilities of his eighth grade students.
19673 Junior Class Play 43 Senior Class Play 53 Grad-
uation Marshal 19673 Vice President of the Senior
Class 53 Co-Captain Football 53 Most Valuable Player
Football 53 Most Athletic Senior 5.
Garst James Harvey: Academic: Band 1,2,3, Letter 13
Football 2,3,4,5, Letter 4g Wrestling 4,53 Track 4,5.
Gillespie, Cynthia Blair: Cindy: Academic: Choir 1,23
Spanish 4,53 Future Teachers of America 53 S.C.A.
Representative 33 Best Dressed Senior Girl 5.
Glass, Brenda Lorene: Business: Pep Club 1,2,3,4,53
Spanish Club 2,33 Grapplettes 53 Wittest Senior Girl
53 S.C.A. Representative 5.
Gloyd, Joseph Dean: Joe: General: Band 13 Basketball
2g Track 1,23 KVG 43 DECA 5.
Gottshall, Joy Ardell: Academic: Math Club 53 Inter
Club Council 4,53 Keyettes 53 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Vice Pres-
ident 1,2, President 33 French Club 2g Pep Club 53
S.C.A. Representative 33 Roanoke County Mathe-
matical Honor Society 5.
Grogan, Kline Peter: Pete: Academic: Football 2,3,
4,5, Letter 4,53 Band 1,2,3,4,5, Treasurer 5, Secretary-
Treasurer 43 Math Club 1,2,33 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Key
Club 4,53 Latin Club 2,3,4,53 Track 2,3,53 Wrestling
53 Varsity Club 4,53 S.C.A. Representative 4.
Hale, Carma Imogene: Business: Pep Club 2,3,43
Grapplettes 43 Junior and Senior Class Play Costume
Committee 4,53 Choir 1,23 United Fund Princess 5.
Hall, Ronald Walker: Ronnie: Academic: Junior
Achievement 4, Vice President of ESCO 43 Math Club
4,5, Vice President 4, President 53 Key Club 5.
Hathaway, Marilyn: General: Pep Club 1,23 VICA
Henderson, Michael Wayne: Junior: Academic: Key
Club 53 Varsity Club 4,53 Spanish Club 12,35 Football
2,3,4,5, Letter 4,53 Basketball 2,4,5, Letter 4,53 Head
Graduation Marshal 43 Most Popular Senior 53 Chair-
man Prom Committee 4.
Henley, Cynthia Lee: Cindy: Academic: Latin Club
2,3,4,5, Secretary 3g Pep Club 1,2,3,4,53 Math Club
2,3, Inter-Club Council Representative3 Keyettes 3,43
S.C.A. Representative 2,33 The North Star Staff 3,4,5,
Editor In Chief 53 Snow Queen 53 Homecoming Court
43 Miss North Star Finalist 43 Sweetheart Court 33
Best Looking Senior 5.
Henson, Terence Dean: Terry: Academic: Key Club
3,4,53 Varsity Club 3,4,5g Math Club 1,2, Vice Presi-
dent 23 Football 3,4,5, Letter 4,53 Basketball 1,2,3,4,5,
Letter 4,53 Track 2,3,4,5, Letter 3,4,53 Boy's State
Delegate 43 S.C.A. Representative 2,33 Best All
Around Senior 53 Teen Town Representative 53 Span-
ish ,Club 2,33 Prom Committee 43 National Honor
Society 3,4,53 Vice President of S.C.A. 53 Vice Presi-
dent of Junior Class 43 Graduation Marshal 43 Mr.
Hoer, Joseph Martin: Joe: General: Latin Club 23
Hofawager, Brenda Darlene: Brenda: Academic: Fu-
ture Teachers of America 1,2,3,4,5, Secretary-Treas-
urer 33 French Club 2,33 G.A.A. 1,33 National Thes-
pians 4,53 North Winds Staff 3,4,53 Y-Teens 3,4,5,
Holdren, Norman Brooks: Academic: Latin Club 1,2,
3,4,53 Skald 4,53 North Winds Staff 4,53 National
Honor Society 4,53 Key Club 4,5, Treasurer 53 Cross
Country Track 3,4,5, Captain 5, Cross Country Medal
43 Track Team 3,4,5, Letter 4,55 Roanoke Sidewalk
Art Show Award 43 D.A.R. Award 33 Best Thinker
of the Senior Class 5.
Holland, Linda Ann: Academic: National Honor So-
ciety 3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4,53 Spanish Club 2,3Q Cheer-
leading 2,3,53 Grapplettes 4,53 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4Q Sweet-
heart Court lg Miss North Star Court 4g Homecoming
Court 43 Tuffest Senior Girl.
Hudgins, Daniel Spencer: Band, Letter 43 Wrestling
Hylton, Brenda Carol: Academic: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,5,
Treasurer 53 Grapplettes 4,5, Secretary 4g Senior
Class Treasurer 53 Keyettes 3,4,5, President 53 Na-
tional Honor Society 4,53 Pep Club 1,2,33 Homecoming
Ikard, Carol Christine: Interclub Council 53 Pep Club
53 Grapplettes 53 Annual Staff 53 Spanish Club 3,4,53
G.A.A. 1,21 Homeroom Representative 2.
Jenkins, Lonnie Wayne: General: DECA Club 5.
Jones, Deborah May: Academic: Keyettes 4,55 Cor-
responding Secretary 5, Y-Teens 4g North Winds
Staff 4,53 Prom Refreshments Committee 4.
Kelderhouse, John Henry: General: Band 3,45 Span-
ish Club 4.
Kurbjun, Kathleen Byron: Academic: Keyettes 3,4,5:
Red Cross Volunteen 3,4, Vice President 43 French
Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer, Inter Club Council 5,
S.C.A. Representative 53 Math Club 15 Pep Club 1:
Junior Class Play 4, National Honor Society 3,4,5.
Lackey, Mary Esther: Academic: Red Cross lj F.H.A.
25 DECA 5, Secretary 5.
LaFoon, Cynthia Ann: Academic: Newspaper 3,4,5g
Math Club 1,2,3,4g Red Cross 2,3,4g Y-Teens 4,53
F.T.A. 5: National Thespians 4,5g Senior Class Play
5: Junior Class Play 4.
Lewis, Harry Clifton: General: Drama Club 4, Dis-
tributive Education Club of America 5.
Likens, Randall: Randy: General: Football 1,2,3,4g
Basketball 2: Track 2.
Lowry, Susan Marie: Academic: French Club 2,33
Lynch, Teresa Ann: General: Pep Club 4,53 Grap-
plettes 4,5, Recording Secretary 53 Homecoming Court
5: Senior Best All Around.
Mann, James Lewis: Academic: Pep Club 3,45 K.V.G.
4: French Club 2, Wrestling 2,3.
McPherson, Mary Ellen: Business: Future Business
Leaders of America 4: 4-H Club 1,2,3,4,5.
Mills, Kathryn Anne: General: F.H.A. 2: Red Cross
Volunteen 2: Junior Class Play 4.
Mitchell, Pamela Gayle: Peaches: General: Red Cross
1: Y-Teens 1: G.A.A. 2,33 Latin Club 3,43 Pep Club
4gS.C.A. Representative 5.
Mark Robinson wonders, Coach Shelton advises, and Ricky Schilling anticipates
an important move while anxious Viking fans display their loyal patronage.
Mr. Duke tries to reassure Pat Fielder that Algebra
II is fun, but she seems to have doubts about it.
Moore, Charles Edward: General: S.C.A. Representa-
tive 13 J.V. Football 23 S.C.A. Representative 5.
Moore, Rebecca Lee: Business: Becky.
Motley, Jeanne Frances: Jeanne: Academic: 4-H Club
1,2,3,4, Vice President, Metal 33 Smoke Signal 33
Drama 33 Deb Council Finalist 43 Northwinds 53
Pep Club 53 Prom Committee 4.
Newman, Joyce Ann: General: DECA 5.
Oyler, Deborah Susan: Debbie: Academic: Latin Club
1,23 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,5, Treasurer 4, President 53 Red
Cross Volunteens 1,2, Secretary 13 Math Club 13
Keyettes 4,53 Pep Club 1,2,3,4,53 Spanish Club 43
Grapplettes 4,5, President 4,53 Annual Staff 53 Soft-
ball team 33 Volleyball 33 Basketball Manager 33 In-
terclub Council 4,53 Junior Class Play3 Senior Class
Play3 Newspaper Staff 5.
Painter, Karen Sue: Business: F.H.A. 2,33 F.B.L.A.
3,4,5, Historian 3, President 4,53 National Honor So-
ciety 4,53 S.C.A. Representative 3,53 4-H 1,2,3,4,5,
President 53 F.B.L.A. Radford Region Public Speak-
ing Award first.
Palispis, Norma Rafael: Academic: Pep Club 53
G.A.A. 53 Grapplettes 53 S.C.A. Representative 53
Senior Class Play 53 Choir 53 Homecoming Court 53
Most Courteous Girl 5.
Palmer, Tony Wayne: General: J.V. Football 33
Wrestling 3,4, Letter 33
Payne, Raymond Virgin: Academic: Science Club 1,2,
33 Key Club 3,4.
Perdue, Donna Lynn: Academic: National Honor So-
ciety 3,4,53 Choir 43 Keyettes 3,4,5, Secretary 4,
District Treasurer 4, Project Chairman 53 Pep Club
1,2,3,4,53 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,5, Secretary 53 Grappletes
4,53 Cheerleader 2,3,4,5, Head 3,53 Interclub Council
53 Math Club 1,23 Office Assistant 3,4,53 French Club
1,23 Junior Class Play3 Usher Senior Class Play3
Volleyball Team 33 Softball Team 33 Basketball Team
3,4,53 Delegate to Girls' State 4g Delegate to Youth
Seminar 4,53 Most School Spirited Girl3 Head Mar-
shal Graduation 19673 Miller and Rhoades Teen
Board3 Miss North Star Finalist 53 Daughters' of the
American Revolution Good Citizenship Award3 News-
paper Staff 53 Annual Staff 5.
Philips, Rose Marie: Academic: Latin Club 1,2,3,4,5,
Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, President 53 French Club
23 Newspaper 4,5, Editor 53 G.A.A. 1,2,33 National
Honor Society 3,4,5.
Price, Jerry Stephen: Academic: J.V. Basketball 13
Typical Senior 5.
Pullen, Sylvia Jeanne: Academic: Keyettes 4,53 Math
Club 23 National Honor Society 4,53 Choir lg Y-Teens
33 French Club 33 Honorable Mention DAR Amer-
ican History Award 4.
Reed, Michael Shawn: Bouncer: Academic: J.V. Foot-
ball 33 Freshman Basketball 23 Thespian 4,5, Vice
President 53 Junior Class Play3 Senior Class Play3
Polyfacets 4,53 DECA 5.
Reinhardt, Walter Ray: Academic: Football 2,33
Cross-Country 4,53 Wrestling 2,3,4,53 Track 1,2,3,4,53
National Honor Society 3,4,53 Newspaper Staff 53
President S.C.A. 53 Letter Wrestling 3, Cross-Country
2, Wrestling 2,3,4,53 Track 1,2,3,4,53 Student Council
Association 53 National Honor Society 3,4,5j News-
paper Staff 5.
Ruble, Jo Alice: General.
Sanford, Charles Wayne: Chuck: Academic: Choir
2,3,4,53 All-State Choir 53 Football 4.
Schaefer, Jerry John: Chiquita: General: D.E.C.A.
Club 53 Golf Team 43 Thespians 53 Polyfacets 4,53
Senior Class Play and Junior Class Play.
Schilling, Howard Lee, Jr.: Academic: S.C.A. 13 Sci-
ence Club 4,53 Latin Club 3,4,53 Tennis Team 4.
Shelot, Linda Iris: Business: Pep Club 1.
Shrader, James Lynwood: Lyn: Academic: Band,
Vice President 4, President 53 Pep Club 3,4,5Q Span-
ish Club 3,4,53 Inter Club Council 5.
Stalnaker, Ernie Mack: Red: General: R.C.E.C. 4,53
J.V. Football 2,35 Projection Club 1,2,3Q Track 2.
Stuckey, Lawrence Henry: Larry: Academic: Tennis
43 Key Club 3,4, President 53 National Honor So-
ciety 3,4,53 Track 2g Cross Country 33 Newspaper 43
Most Likely' to SUCC66dj Wrestling 3rd in State 4g
Regionals- lst in State 4, 3rd in State 3g Lettered
Summer, Candance Louise: Candi: Academic: Pace
Setter Board at Sacs3 Junior Achievement Achievers
Association Treasurer 53 Y-Teens, Pep Club 1,2,3Q
Spanish Club 33 S.C.A. 5.
Turner, Linda Louise: Academic: Junior Class Play3
Senior Class Play, Deb Council3 Teen Town Repre-
sentativeg G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,5Q Grapplettes 4,5Q Keyettes
3,4,5S Spanish Club 2,3,4,5Q Polyfacets 43 National
Thespians 4,53 F.T.A. 4,53 Vice-President 4s Pep
Club 1,2,3,4,53 Y-Teens 1,23 Cheerleader 2,3.
Westmoreland, Brenda Gayle: General: Dramatics
13 F.H.A. 2.
Wertz, Sharon Marie: Academic: Most Sincere Senior
Girl 53 G.A.A.'s 1,2,3,4Q Pep Club 3,43 Spanish Club
3,45 Grappelettes 4,53 Y-Teens 1.
Tommy Clayton shows Glenvar guard some of the
Northside Viking's famous high shooting.
Williamson, Robert Allen: Allen: Academic: National
Honor Society 3,4,5Q Treasurer S.C.A. 23 President
Senior and Junior Classes 4,53 Delegates to Boys'
State 43 Key Club 3,4,53 Newspaper 53 Skald 5.
Wilson, Larry Michael: Academic: Band 53 Math
Wingo, Susan Carol: Academic: G.A.A. Emblem,
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,53 Pep Club 4,53 Ktyettes 3,4,5, Treas-
urer 53 Spanish Club 2,3,4Q F.T.A. 53 Debate Societv
43 Senior Class Play Publicity Chairman.
Wright, Mikie Ramona: Ramona: General: Spanish
Club 3,4,5Q Red Cross Volunteens 33 Pep Club 33
BRAMMER'S MOBIL 189
Barnett, Donna Elaine 64,181
Abbott, Daniel Wayne 54
Abbott, Michael Leroy 64
Abbott. Michael Stephen
Abell, Shannon Gratton 53
Adkins, John 55
Adkins, John Wayne 64
Agnew, Saeah Kathryn 46, 120
Agnew, Terry Evan 54
Aheron, Michael James 45, 89,
Barr, William Steven
Barrett, Brenda Kay 148
Barrett, Clarence Matthew 64
Barrett, Cynthia Fay 63,85,149,
Barrett, Purcell Lenwood 106
Barton, Mike Bruce 64,124
Melanie Ann 90,73,99
Bayer, Minnie Elizabeth 86,90,
Brantley, Edith Susan 64
Bratton, William Thomas 64,181
Braxton,Cephonia Lois 64,99
Braxton, Larry Dean 64,139
Brewbaker, Pamela Kaye
Brigham, Margie Lou 150, 152
Brill, Claudette Evans
Bayse, Frank Michael 64
Aheron, Susan Lee 49, 46, 85.
148, 104, 99, 160
AIR LEE CLEANERS 191
Akers, Linda Angeline 54
Aliff, Evelyn Suzanne 85,84,148,
ALL SEASONS 174
Allen Michael Steven 54,63
Allen Ruby Lucille 54
Alls, Richard Conway 64,106
Altice, Patricia Ann 90
Altice, Ralph Daniel 90
Altizer, Michael Wayne 148,120
Anderson, Mr. Alfred 27,22 1
Anderson, Amber Kay 64
Anderson, Katherine Alien 86,
Anderson, Kim Garrette 45,64,72
Anderson, Thomas Wesley
ANDY'S MALL SHOP 189
ANNUAL STAFF 176
Antle, Norman Bruce 64
Bayer, Ralph Ernest 143,148,147,
Beach, Samuel Cassidy 74
Beach, Robert Franklin
Bean, William Kit 54
Beasley, Tim Owen 90
Beason, Richard James 64
Beason, William Jackson
Beavers, James Lannard 64
Beavers, Nancy Field 54,181
Beavers, Lynda Sue 90
Beckner, James Odell 16,45,90,99
Beckner, Russell Griffin 64
BECKNER STUDIO 184
Bell, Jeanne Harlene 61,106
Bench, June Elizabeth 54
Benko, Donna Jean 54, 181
Bennett, Michael Don 106
Bible, Deborah Elizabeth 90,134
Billingr, David Bruce 64,44
Birch, Carol Ann 143
Birkenmaier, Joseph Michael 64
Brill, Mr. Robert 24,27
Brizendine, Donald Wayne 65
Brizendine, Richard Lagyne 149
Brizendine, Roger Colen 54
Janice Carlisle 90
Bryant, Dewey Everette 54
Bryant, Diane Marie
Bryant, Howard Thomas Jr.
Bryant, Roger Lee 45,47,90
Bulter, Ronald Perry 64
Burchette, Samuel Natheaniel
Byrd, Robert Gleen 151
Byrd, Sidney Lyn 54,99,121
Brooks, Dana Suzanne 64,87
Brooks, David Lee 90
Brooks, Donald Wayne
Brooks, Karen Leah 46,150,125
Brooks, Karyl Lynn 46,150,125
Brown, Carole Sue 84,90
David Henry 64
Debra Kay 64
Brown, Dianne Marie 54
Gary Wayne 54
Brown, Patricia Carol 64
Brubaker, Herman Wallace Jr.
Bruce, Marlyn Antoinette 64
Bruce, Wendell Layelle
Bryant, Roger Ellett 45,147,90,
Bryant, Christime Marie 51
Bryant, Denise Ann 90,86
Caldwell, Deborah Suzanne 46
Caldwell, James Randolph 65
Caldwell, Robert Tax 65
Caldwell, Wanda Lou 54
Callahan, Johnnie Gail
Calahan, Phylis Ann 150, 181
Campbell, Carolyn Ann 90,99
Campbell, Herbert Forest 54
Campbell, Frank Carroll 151
Campbell, Laura Marie 54
Camper, Danny Lee
Camper, Kenny Fred 55
Cannan, Pan 120
Cannaday, Robert Lovan 89
Carter, Bobbie Lee
Carter, David Allen 90
Donald David 65
APPALACHIAN POWER CO.
Birkenmaier, Karen Louise 63
Blair,Barry Leon 54
Members of the "South Pacific" cast take a few min-
utes relaxation after a strenous practice session.
Archer, Joyce Elta 54
Arnold, Brenda Kaye 54
Arrington, Barry Lee 90,106
Arrington, Gloria 148,120
Arrington, Patricia Ellen 84,85,
Arthur, Richard Charles III 106
As-hlin, Carolyn Sue 148
Ashlin, Linda Kay 54
Ayers, David Kent 54
Ayers, Stephen Richard 106
Blaney, Oliver Hoestra 181
Blankenship Sandra Kay 86,180,
Blanton, Dawn Carol 54
Block, Danita Anne 64
Bocock, Linda 125,132
Boitnot, Earl Bryon 120
Boitnott, Lewis Rodney 64
Boitnott, Michael Lee 54
Boitnott, William Hamiton 54
Bolling, Denise Renee 64
Bollinger, Sharon Anne 54
Boone, Jamie Denise 64
Boone, Jeanetta Faye 85,84,89,
Babb, Allyn Eugenia 148,121
Bailey, Cherie Roseane 54,181
Bailey, Douglas Michael 106
Bailey, Eddie 120
Bailey, Gloria Sue 64
Bailey, Jennifer Lyn 73,90
Bailey, Lawrence Preston 54
Booth, Susan Robert 54, 181
Booze, Denise Roberta 64,125
Booze, Patrick Thompson 64
Bordwine, Ann Keys, 46,64,73,
Bousman, David Curtis 42,89,
147, 149, 155, 143, 169
Bova, Carl Edward Jr. 64
Bain, Carol Rene 54
Bain, Carolyn Sue 54,181
Baldwin, Julia Ann 89,106,125,99
Bales, Odie Halmar 90,106
Ball, Patricia Gail 86,7,46,52,63,
Bower, Brenda Carol 64
Bower, Crayford 16,199
Bowers, Nichael Dean 90,86
Bowman, Barbara Jean 150,120
Bowman, Shelia Mae 90
Bowman, Theresa Helen 9
William Stewart 54
Bandy, Ruth Ella 90
Cathy Louise 90,125
Barger, Linda Bell 54
Barger, Ricky Lee 90
Linda May 106
Brammer, Robert Calvern 64,99
Bradley, Roger Wayne 64
Bradshaw, Tom Andrews 45,89,
90, 44, 147, 124
Bradshaw, William Boyd
Brammer, Rebecca 19
Neither wind nor cold can stop the Viking bandmembers as they march in the Roanoke Christmas Parade.
Carter, Jimmy Bryant 65
Carter, Gerald lGeorgeJ 24,7,
Carter, John Merritt 54
Cassada. Nona Patricis 52,83
Clemons, Mrs. Nancy 36,132
Clifton, Roger Dean 65
Cloaninger, Gayle Dawn 55
CROSS COUNTRY 51
Crouch, David Wilsie 55
CROUCH'S PHARMACY 183
Denison, Robert Stephen 55
Desper, David Lee 66
Dewease, Alfred Jacob 55
Coffindaffer, Ashby 20
Coffindaffer, Rose 31,134
Crowder, Barry Lee 63, 153, 120
Crowder, Clyde Lynwood 65
Crowder, James Alexander
Deyerle, Bonnie Jo 55
Dickenson, Becky Sue 56
Dickenson, David Lynn 63,143
Cassell, Susan Gale 54
Castros, Connie Jesn 61,65,99
Cassell, Susan Gale 54
Catron, Douglas Eugene 152,120
Catrpm, Norma Glyle 65
Caudle, Stephen 90
Cecil, Glen Edwin 90
Coffman, Srephen Lane 65
Colbert, Russell Gray 55
Cole, Alan Barry 65
Cole, Andrea 181
Cole, Carolyn Jeanette
Coleman, Ronald Lee 55
Nancy Ellen 147,153
Crowder, Norma Jean
Crozier, William Thomas
Cundrill, Bary Lewis 66
Cunningham, William Isaac 55
Custer, Carolyn Ann 153
Michael Lyn 90
Chapelle, Francas Marie 85
Chappelle, Joyce Ann 90
Chapman, Charlene Diane 61,
Cheathan, Nyeta 90
Chesser, Linda Sue 55
CHEWNING, GARAGE BODY
Childers, Terry Cely 54
Chisom, Charlotte Gail 90,142
Chittum, Pamela Jean 65
Chitwood, Pamela Jean 65
Chitwood, Sandra Leigh 185,180
Chomocki, Fabio 63,85,143,108
Chrisley, Marvin Perton 65
CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES 100.
Coles, Carolyn Ann 90
Collins Laura Dianne 152,181
Collins, Linda Gail 46,121,132
Conner, Gary Wayne
Cook, Darlene Anita 90,99,181
Cook, Denise Duane 65,63
Cooper, Harold David 90,194
Cooper, Larry Anthony
Co1'kill, George Kenneth 90
Custer, Jerry Wayne 90
Custer, Linda Ann 65
Custer, Wanda 108
Cutwright, Deborah Belle 121,
Daily, Jessie Edward 85,53
Dale, Beth 153,125,132
Dalton, Carol Sue 55
James Clinton 86
Terry Edward 154
Thomas Quinn 154,
William Bruce 55
John Calvin 55
June Agatha 142,92
Robert Edgar 66
Robert Edgar 66
Mary Lynn 92
Entan Eugene 55
Patricia Ann 65,92,20
James William 120,181
Donald Gene 55
Amy Lee 55
Clark, David William 181
Guy Thrasher 65,99
James Edward 46,63,108
Clark, Morris Randall 63,90
Clark, Sherri Lyn 55
Clark, Stephen Henry 55
Clark, Tom Edward 108
Clark, William Burke 90
Clarkson, Carol Elaine 120,85,
Clarkson, Marsha Gale 90,176
Clarkson, Stephen Douglas 55
Cl3Yt0H, Thomas Craig 42,76,
James Gary 90
Cox, Glenn Lewis 65
Craft, William Graham 55
Crawford, Charlotte Ann 55
Crawford, Lewis Edward 65
Crawford, Mary Elizabeth 90
Crawford, Susan Diane
Crawford, Wanda 108
Dalton, Karen Leigh 55,99
Dalton, Kathy 108
Damiano, Mark Joseph 90
Dangrield, Ricky Wallace 55
Darnell, Barry Lee
Davidson, Douglas William 45,
Crawford, William Stewart 98,
Creasy, Brenda Joyce 46,142,90
Creasy, Cathy 108,125,132
Creasy, Gary Lee 55
Creasy, Patricia Ann 55
Creasy, Sandra Gail 46,42,153
Creasy Stephen Lewis 90,91
Creasy, Wanda Sue 55
Cregger, Ann Ruth 65,99,181
Gregger, Ginger 108,99,181
Cronise, Calvin Robert 153
George Stephen 42,108
Richard Wayne 55
Davidson, Gary Marion 45,108,
Davis, Alice Jean 4,46,90,88
Davis, Brenda 56
Davis, Larry Joseph
Davis, Henry Charlton 55
Davis, Herman Leonard 55
Davis, Martha Lynn 46,90,88
Davis,Mary Lynn 46,90,88
Davis, Martin Van Buren 90
Deacon, Gregory Scott 55
Denison, Dennie Pyrtle 111
Deeds, Sandra 108
Deel, Ronald Stiphen 76
Doyle, Rosie 63,99
Dreyer, Larry Lee 55
Dudding, Chalton Lindly 55
Dudding, Patricia Anne 121
Dudley, Norton Glen 89,155,157,
Dudley, Robin Lee 56
Dull, Rite Cleaners 188
Dunbaker, Darlene 92
Duncan, Barbara Elaine 92
Duncan, Barbara Elaine
Durham, Mike 124
Dowdy, Barbara Joy 154
Dowdy, Brenda Hope 154
Duncan, Terry Lynn
Durham, Nichael Ellsworth 66
Dye, Nancy Louise 56
Eadin, Richie Glenn 56
Early, David Lemuel 45
Echols, Charles Edgar 56
Edmondson, Cherylle Darlene 99
Edmonson, Timothy Lynn 124
Edwards, David Lee 66
Edwards, Timothy Lynn
Edwards, James Melvin
Edwards, Kathy Leigh 56
Edwards, Michael Wayne 56
Egge, Alan Douglas 56
Eighth Grade 54-60
Eldreth, Brenda Sue 56
Ellis, Ricky Glenn 56
Elmore, Sherry 109
Engle, Linda Ann 66
English, Vicki Marie 56
Epperly, Susan Elaine 66
Ericson, Stephen Craig 66
Etue, Janise Ann
Etue, Michael Lee
Eubank, Bruce Malcom
Eubank, Bruce Malcoum 66
Eubank, Gary Robert
EVANS DRUG STORE
Evans, Helen Marie 56,539,181
Evans, Karleen Dawn 155,120
Evans, Rhonda Gail 66
Faculty Index 196
Fahnestock, Brenda Lee 31,41,
FALLON FLORIST 183
F. C. AMRHEIN JEWELER'S
Feller, Dale Eugene 65,66,147
Ferguson, Anita Dawn 92
Ferguson, Debbie 109
Ferrell, Sandra Gail 56
Ferris, Ken 139
Feury, Melinda Darnell 66
Feury, Randy Ralph 92
FINE ARTS 30
Flora, James Allen 109
Flora, Patricia Vann 92
Flora, Philip Craig 155
Floyd, Rebecca Lynn 56
Fielder, Leslie David 56
Fielder, Pat 109,202
Fielder, Terrell Eugene, Jr. 92,
Firebaugh, Karen Lee 92,99
Fisher, Carl Dennis 56
Fisher, David Kimbell 89,109
Fisher, Jean Catherine 92,46,125,
Fisher, Kathy Lyn 61,66
Fisher, Steven Wray 56, 181
Fisher Terry 109
Fitizer, Margaret 19,18
Fitzgerald, David Kyle 45,66,86
Fitzgerald, Donna Mae 45,66,86,
Fitzgerald, Delaine Gail 92
The lobby remains lonely, deserted, and peaceful when
Fitzgerald, Frank David 155,156
Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Scott 56
Fitzgerald, Larry Wayne 155
Fitzhugh, Pat 109,125,181
Fochtman, Charles Edwin 56
Fochtman, Mitchell Louis 109,
Foley, Calvin Wesley 56
Forbes, Cynthia Lee 56
Forbes, David Lee 84,110
Ford, Cecilia Gayle 56
Ford, Lawerence Newton 45
Ford, Lawrence Wayne 66,92
Fore, Sue Ellen 16
Foreman, Charles McGuire 56
Foreman, Stephen Henderson
Foster, Bonnie 110,125
Foster, Carolyn Diane 56
Fountain, Beverly Dail 66
Foutz, Chuck 134
Foutz, Gary Wayne 56
Fox, Sandra Ruth 84,92
France, Brenda Gail 92
France, Joseph Henry 56
Francisco, Charlotte Ann 56
Francisco, Dennis Ray 93
Francisco, Eugene Barry
Francisco, John Frances 66
the long school day rush
Sharon Elaine 46,52,155,
Barry Wayne 45,93,
Francisco, Rebecca Ann 66
Francisco, Sharon Christine 155,
Fraser, Brian M. 66
Freeman, Mary Ann 86,66
FRENCH CLUB 87
French, Jeffry McCall 56
French, Mary Alice 56,99,181
Friesland, Terry Lee 93
Fudge, Jerry 16
Fugate, Donald Edward 66
Fulcher, Linda Lee 66
Furrow, Connie Sue 33,73,93,99
Furrow, Franklin Lee
Furrow, Mike Wayne 56
LEADERS OF AMERICA 142
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF
FUTURE TEACHERS OF
Gaabo, Carl Wayne 41,43,42,141,
Gallion, Jim 15,14
Garden Basket 191
Garman, Pamela Mae 93
Garman, Richard Daniel 66
Garman, Yvonne Elizabeth 56
Garst, James Harvey 42,124
hours are finally over.
Garst, Jane Marie 56
Garst, Judy Elizabeth 66
Garst, Laura Allison 56
Garst, Patti Lyn 56,181
Sandre Kay 93,125,99
Garst, Trilby 36
Gauldin, James Doyle 93
Geddry, Jane 99
Gee, Ronald Vincent 120
Geordano, William Matthew
Gibbs, Donna O'Neal 56
Gibson, Cynathia Jean 56
Gibson, Paula 46,93,125
Gibson, Mark Douglas 56
Gilbert, Betty Ann 56
Gilbert, Jane Dodson 46,82,66,
Gibert, Janet Marie 93
Gilbert, Jean Dodson 73,66
Guthrie, Rebecca Sue 93
H. A. Lucas 8: Sons 192
Hagemus, Irving 110
Hale, Carma Imogene 52,157,105
Jesse Wayne 110,124
THE GIFT BOX 186
Giles, Brenda Sue 56
Giles, Tom Remine 66
Gillespie, Cynathis Blair 157,99
GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE
Glaws, Brenda Lorend 46,52,260
Glass, Wanda Gayle 16,66
Gloyd, Joe 120
Hale, Pamela Ann 93,99,181
Hall, Alvin Wayne 93
Hall, Camilla Sue 67,82,125
Hall, Dreama Ann 93,125,99,132
Hall, Gary Linwood 67
Hall, Pamela Sue 56
Hall, Ronnie Walker 84,89,157
Hall, Shelia Joyce 46,82,93,125
Stephen Anthony 93,110,
Hambrick, Carlita Melody 73,67
Hambrick, Clifton Lee 67,44
Hambrick, Dreama Ann 157
Hambrick, Harry Francis 42,85
Henndan, Stephen 68
Henniger, Virginia Jean 67,87,
Henson, Bina Gayle 111
Henson, Terence Dean 41,42,49,
Henry, Marsha Leah 57,99
Henry, Terry Wayne 67
Herdman, Michele Marie 111
Herdman, Randy Raymond 93
Herron, Danny Lee 93
Hicks, George Glenwood, Jr.
HICKS-LIPES MOTORS 186
Hiler, Ray Franklin 63, 111,
Hiler, Carolyn Sue 93
Hill, Margaret Ann 93
Hill, Michael Wayne 67
Hill, Kenneth Edward 67
Hughes, Wayne Calvin 68
Hudgins, Danny Spencer 159
Hugins, James Matthew 94
Hudgins, John Stephen 67
Hughson, Mary Lynn 46, 111,
Humpherys, Deborah Lea 94
Humpherys, Peggy Arlene 111
Hunter, Daniel Joseph 57
Hunter, Judy Lea 94
Hurt, Raymond Carrol 68
Hurt, Yvonne Marie 68, 87, 132
Hutchins, Fred Wyne 147, 111,
Hutchins, Robert Lynn 68, 99
Hylton, Brenda Carol 89, 156,
159, 125, 132
Hylton, Charles Douglas 94
Hylton, Delores 181
Hambrick, Trudy Dawn 73,93
Hamilton, Larry Edward LHam-
Hamilton, Russell Lee 42,111
Honey, Sandre Kay 93,125,99
Hannabass, Karen Guiyann 67
Hines, Colia Faron 517
Hodges, Dwight Edward 57
Hodges, Leah Ellen 57
Hodges, Jerome Lee 57
Hodges, Kent Shepard 67
Ronald Evans 94
Hoer, Jane Marie 30, 52, 83,
Ikard, Carol Christine 159, 125
Ikard, Cynthia Ann 94, 99
INDUSTRIAL ARTS 32
Irving, Susan Elizabeth 57, 181
Isabell 6, 37, 40, 36
Itue, Janice 134
Itue, Mike 109, 134
Goad, Alice Louise 61,66
Goad, Glenn Foanison 66
Goad, Maynard Bryan 66
Goad, Sue Ellen 56
Goode, Donald Eugene 66
Gord, Gwendolyn 45,52,83,157
Gorman, Paul Scott 66
Gottshall, Joy Arden 46,64,84
Graddock, Tommy Reed 90
Graham, Vickie Lynn 66,181
phen Frank 67
Hare, Stephen Frank 67
Hargrove, Dorothy Ellen
Hargrove, Kenneth Leeslie
Harlow, Carol Denise 67
se, 106, 111, 134, 176
Hoer, Joan Margaret 57
Hoer, John Michael 86, 94
Hofawger, Brenda Darlene 63,
Harmon, Brenda Elaine 56
Harmon, Johnny Lee 93
Harper, Gary Eugene 56
Harris, Bernice Henrieatat 56
Harris, Clarence Bernard 67,76
Grant, Michael Puse
Grave, James Wesley 56,181
Dorothy Elizabeth 67
Harris Elizabeth 30
Harris, Norma Jean 46,93,125,
Harris, Otis Albert 93
158, 121, 134
Hogan, Ralph Edward 67
Holden, Linda Mildred 73, 94,
HOME ECONOMICS 33
HOLY PRINCESSES 104
Linda Mildred 73, 94
Holdren, Michael Steven 94
Jackson, Roger Wayne 57
James, Carolyn Etta 57
James, Jesse Eugene 57
Jamison, Mark Andrew 68, 99
Jamison, Robert Michael 45,
Holden, Norman Brooks 63, 89,
147, 159, 86, 137, 169
Holland, Charles Edward 94
Gregger, John Charles 153
Graybill, Ginny Leigh 93
Graybill, Patrick Bernard 56
Graybill, Talmage Albert Jr.
Greever, Hedda Gail 157
Gregger, Robert Stephen 30,153
Gregory, Richard Wayne 56
Gregory, Shirley 27,22,121
Grice, Alice 66
Harrison, William Lynn 56
Hart, Edith Marie 56
Hart, Patsy Louise 57
Hartman, Carolyn Marie 111
Hartman, Rita Lee 57
Harvey, Rebecca Sue 67
Hash, Donald Edwards 93
Holland, Linda Ann 46, 83,
Holland, Nancy Faye 73, 94,
Jarels, Gary Wayne 68, 44
Jarels, Nancy Lee 94
Jarrett, Cynthia Ellen 57
Jarrett, David Sterling 42, 45,
Jenkins, Kenneth Michael 57
Jenkins, Lonnie Wayne 159,120
Jennings, Mames Donald 68
J. L. ROBERTSON 190
Grogan, Beth Ann
Hatcher, David Lipton 157
Hatcher, Ellen Sue 36,865,134
Hatcher, Lena Gail 57
Hatcher, Nancy 111
HOLLINS HARDWARE 185
Hopkins, Nancy Ruth 67, 86
Horne, Charles 111
Horne, Larry Michael 67
Hosteller, Richard Ferriel 67
Hostetter, Sharon Elizabeth 4,
Grogan, Kline Peter 42,89,147,
Gross, Patti Lynn 93,181
Grosso, Phillip Earl 66
Grubbs, Katherine Anne 56
Grubbs, Kenneth David 56
Grubbs, Lynn Sharon 66
Robert Earl 67,211
Robert Earl 67
Gryder, Debbie Sue 86,73,93,125,
Gryder, Donna Lynn 56,132
Guinn, Joseph Michael 67
Guthrie, Anne Cameron 93
Hawthorn, Sandra 57
Haynes, David Allen 67
Haynes, Harry Richard 93
Heck, Rebecca Ruth 16,67,121
Hedrick, Pamela June 111
Hedrick, Zolanda Gail
Heggs, Yvonne Wynette 142,93
Henderson, Mrs. Donna 14,183,
Henderson, Francas Lou 67,87,
Henderson, Michael Lipton 6,42,
Henderson, Vicki Lynn 67
Hedrick, Barbara Susan 57
Henley, Cynathis Lee 7,46,158,
Howell, Barry Eugene 147
Howell, Bob 76, 147
Howell, Cynthia Kervin 46, 67,
Howell, Leonard Wood 94
Howell, Michael Boyd 67, 124
Hubbard, Stephen Elliot 57
Hudson, Degra Lynn 57, 181
Huffman, Richard Lane 68
Huffman, Sharon Sue 111, 125
Hughes, Alan Dale 68
, Alfred Laddie 68
Hughes, Gary Richard 68
Hughes, Gregory Mark 68
Hughes, Mike 111
Johnson, Cathy Lynne 57, 121
Johnson, Charles Ernest 68
Johnson Cynthia Gail 46, 68
Johnson, Donald Lee 68
Johnson Frances Elizabeth 57
Johnson, Hal 13
Johnson Hazeltine 94
Johnson, Jacqueline Marie 111
Johnson Leroy 68
Johnson, Martha Louise 111,
125, 134, 177
Johnson, Michard 111, 124
Johnson, Mildred 31, 181
Johnson, Paulis Ervin 94, 124
Johnson, Roger Jones 45, 94
Johnson, Ronnie 57
Johnson, Russell Joseph 42,
Johnson, Virginia Louise 112
Johnson, William Sanford 112
Johnson, William Wallace 68
Jones, Ann Broaddus 16, 68,
Jones, Darlene 85, 112, 88, 89,
128, 129, 176, 177, 125
Jones, Deborah May 160
Jones, Donald Eugene 94
Jones, Linda Lee 125, 160
Jones, Mike Berry 57
Jones, Robert 57, 112
Jones, Robert Dwight 63
Jones, Robert Lawerence 57
Jones, Sherry Leigh 73, 68, 181
Journell, Alan 42, 12, 124
Journell, Vicky Lynn 73, 94,
J. P. TURNER 8: BROTHERS
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT 120
Kanode, Deborah Carol 94, 125
Kavitz, Doris 36
Kaylor, Rodney Joe 68
Keen, Clyde Kenneth 57
Keen, Linda Carol 46, 83, 112,
Keesling, Winifx-ed Ceceila
Kelderhouse, John Henry 160
Charles Kenneth 95, 194
Keith, David 68
Keith, Linda Ann 124
Keller, Paul Richard 68
Kelly, Andres Dale 142, 94, 132
Kelly, John Robert 57
Patricia 34, 148, 186
Lackey, Narie litter 120, 160
Lackey, Marilyn 120, 160
Lackey, Michael Dennis 95,
LaFoon, Cynthia Anne 63, 121,
Lambert, Ella Diane 94
Lambruscati, Franics Steve 42,
147, 118, 120
Landis, Jodie Pharr 68, 125
Landrum, Marsha Leigh 86, 134
LaPrade, Charlene 68, 73
LaPrade, Danny Sherman 161
Lathan, William Douglas 94
LATIN CLUB 86
Law, Landa Sue 94, 125
Lawhorn, Geinger 125, 181
Lawhorn, Janell Marie
Lawerence, Elizabeth Gaye 68,
Layman, Mark Douglas 147
Layman, Randy Stephen 94
Lee, Pamela Sue 68, 181
Leffel, Jams Denni 68
LeFl0re, Lemuel Lenwood 57
LeFlore, Leon William
Leftwich, Richard 22
Leman, Richard Douglas 69
Leater, Emberzetts Dale 86, 94
Lewis, Harry Clifton 120, 134,
Lewis, Kathy Leigh 94
Lewis, Linda Kay 94, 125
Lewis, Randolph Smith 69
Lewis, Stafford Clifton 42, 147
Kelly, Stephen Ray 68
Kennedy, John Maurice 68
Kesler, Danny Lee 143, 112,
Kessler, Mike Miller 94
Kessler, Sue Ann 85, 112, 125,
KEY CLUB 144
Kidd, Frank Reed 94
Kidd, John Howard 42, 160
Kidd, Linda Ann 46, 104, 125,
Kincer, Toy Douglas 57
King, Donna Louise 73, 94
Kincer, Mark Stephen 68
King, Larry Douglas 57
King, Stephen Edwin
Kirby, Marsha Lynne 68
Kirk, Janet Elaine 68
Knapp, Dorn Alan 68
Knapp, William James 120
Knighton, Joseph Michael 86,
Knotts, Charles Eric
Kurbjun, Kathleen Barron 260,
Kurbjun, Nancy Ester 68
LaBrie, Janet Louise 85
Lackey, Carol Vernon 57
Lidstone, Barbara Ivy 86, 99
Likins, Randall Thurman 147,
Lilly, Janet Marie 84, 86, 95
Linkous, Connie Marie 95
Lipes, Larry Alvin 163, 120
Lisle, James Richard 95, 124
Litchard, Milton Edward 95
Litchard, Thomas Loren 58
Lively, Jerry McKinley 43,
86, 199, 161
Lockhart, Connie Marie
Lonker, Jo Ann 24, 26, 46
Loomis, Terry Dale 69
Loope, John David
Louthern Margie Ann 57
Lovelace, Janet Diane 161
Lovelace, Robert Ashley 95
Lowry, John Shrader 95, 161,
' 4 H
Mr. Carter prepares for the
Mabery, Donovan Carlyle 69,
Mabery, Katrina Allyson 69,
Mabry, Steven Jay 58
Mabry, Susan Leigh 46, 107,
MacGregor, Rory James 162
MAGIC CITY TILE 8:
CARPET CO. 193
Malone, Karen Elaine 58
Maloney, Linda Sue 61, 86, 110
Miss North Star Dance.
Martin, Vicki Lynne 61, 85,
Martin, Virginia Carol 162
Martin, Wallace Lee 95
Martin, William Curtis 69
Martin, William Kent 58
Mason, Paula Anita 113, 134,
Mason, Stephen Allen 69
MATH CLUB 84
MATH 16, 20
Maverdes, Katherine Ann 58,
Maverdes, Louis George 120,
Lowry, Susan Marie 161
Lowry, William Buchanan 63,
Lucas, Carol Snead 45, 95, 125
Lucas, Linda Meebly 69, 125,
Lucas, Ronald Steven 57
Lundy, William Martin 120
Lyle, Gary Edmond 69
Lynch, Teresa Anne 46, 125,
Lyon, Marion Ernold 57
Mann, James Lewis 162
Manning, Steve Lewis
Manspile, Sheila Gale 86, 95
Mantz, Jane Ellen 46, 95
Markam, Bobby 58
Marhsall, Bonita Kay 61
Marshall, Donna Gay 58
Martin Andrus Faye 95
Martin, Edna 86, 128, 129
Martin, Gary McVey 58
Martin, Gloria Jean
Martin, Joseph Stephen 69
Martin, Linda Gaynelle 69
Roger Dale 70
Maxey, Larry O. 58
Mayberry, Charlotte Louise 4
Mays, Rickey Dane 58
McBride, Jean 32
McCann, Rhonda Gail 57
McCann, Sharon 69
McCarla, La Anne Carol 69
McConaghie, Cynthia Gail 58
McConaghie, Ken James 69
McConnell, Denise Faye 113,
McCoy, Freddie Michael 162
McCoy, Ivy Jeanette 120, 162
McCullough, John Thomas 69,
McDaniel, Jack 58
McDaivd, Edna 14
McGaha, Diane Lynne 58
McGhee, Marilyn Opal
McGlothlin, Gary Lyn 58
McGrady, Edward Marian 95
McKay, Charles Thomas 58
McKinney, Alvis Wayne 69
McKinney, Mary Sue 158, 162
McLeod, Gordon Murray 95
McLeod, Richard Wade 162
McMaham, Michael Allen 95
McPherson, Mary Ellen 162
Morgan, Pamela Susan 58
Morgan, Patricia Catherine 69
Morris, John Randolph 114
Morris, Mike Phillys 80, 96,
Oliver, Richard Reginald 69,
Orange, Frances Mae 69
Orr 13, 163
Orville, Elizabeth 58
Morris, Robert Howard 114
Morris, Teresa Lynn 58
Mosier, John William 101, 114
Motley, Jeanne Frances 46, 63,
Motley, Laura Elise 69
Mowry, Amber 59
Mullins, Sheila Diane 69
Murphy, Robert Eugene 114,
Pearson, Pamela Anne 121, 114
Meador, Barry Lyn 156, 120,
Meador, David Thomas 113
Meador, Donald Grant 58
Meador, Joseph Michael 120,
Meador, Linda Marie 95
Meador, Rhonda Lynn 58
Meador, Richard Brown 95
Meado , Rosemary Loverne 58,
Mercer, Linda Carolyn 46, 91,
95, 121, 125
Mercer, William Scheren 58
Michell, Terrie Lynn 58
Billie Ann 69
Wanda Carol 113
Millam, Pamela Ann 69
Miller, Blossom Jacquenette 58
Miller, George Marshall 113
Miller, Phyllis Joan 69
Miller, Verlin Carl 95
Mills, Cheryl Lynn 58
Mills, Jams Tyler 142, 134,
137, 114, 124
Mills, Katheyn Anne 120, 163
Mills, Peggy 114
Minnich, Mrs. Catherine 16
Minnich, Steven Allen 142,
147, 86, 134, 114, 124
Minter, Raymond Douglas, Jr.
Minton, Peter David 69, 124
MISS NORTH STAR 52
Mitchell, Danhy Andrew
Mitchell, Denny Carlton 95, 114
Mitchell, Melissa Lynne 61, 69,
121, 125, 132
Mitchell, Steve Wayne
Monk, Lee Danny 70, 44
Alice Sue 95
Moore, Brenda Karen 69
Moore, David Harold 58
Moore, James Robert 58
Moore, Jean Lou 58
Moore, Larry Duane 45
Moore, Rebecca Lee 164
Moore, Sandra Gail 95
Moore, Suzanne 58
Moore, William Wayne 58
Moran, Jerry Edward 58
Morgan, Dennis Michael 69, 124
James Edward 45, 89,
Murphy, William Colton 114
Musselman, Kenneth Glen
Musselnan, Susan Diane 96
Myers, Kathy Suzanne 58
Myers, Paul Michael 95
Myers, Peggy Ann 69
Myers, Teresa Diane 58
Myers, Wayne Claton 58
Myrick, Hurley Elbert 96
Nagy, Joe Nick 69
Nagy, Margaret Irene 96, 73
NATONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Neel, David Martin 96
Neel, Patty 59
Neely, Judy Lynn 61, 96
NEW ART BEAUTY SALON
Newman, Joyce Ann 120, 164
Newton, Donna Cheryl 69, 125
Newton, Richard Allen 42, 96,
NINTH GRADE 64-72
Nichols, Joyce Marie 46, 125,
Nichols, Linda Lee 63, 125, 164
Nininger, Roy Carlis 69
Nixon, Carolyn Sue 114
Nixon, Hycienth Arbeautis 114
Nixon, Lova Rosalee 114
Noel, Tony Lynn 58
Noell, Joyce 34
Noffsinger, Joyce Helen 96
Noffsinger, Nancy Lyn 96
Noonan, Elsie Gail 58
NORTH WINDS 62
Nowchy, Amber 84, 96
Nowlin, Deborah Kay 84,96
Nuff, Kurt 96
Obenshain, Neil Allen 85, 89,
114, 124, 126
Ogle, Sharon Sue 96, 73
Olive, Jeanne Carol 69
Oliver, Rebecca Sue 96, 103,
Osborne, Elizabeth Kay 58
Otey, Daniel Ray 58
Overfelt, Valerie 142, 96
Owens, Jessie Elizabeth 120,
Oyler, Susan Deborah 46, 151,
Pacetti, Patsy Jean 69
Page, Nathaniel Reed 58
Painter, Karen Sue 85, 182, 165
Painter, Sheila Lynn 69
Painter, Suzanne Lee 84, 86,
Paitsel, Alfred Lewis 69
Paitsel, Brenda Louise 58
Palisipis, Norma Rafail 46,
48, 51, 125, 165, 132
Palmer, Lonnie 69
Palmer, Rellis 58
Palmer, Wanda Jeanette 69
Palmer, Wendolyn Jeannie 58
Palmer, Woodrow Allen 58
Pannell, Connie Jean 125, 164,
Parker, Anita Jane 101, 114
Gregory James 58
Patricia Ann 96
Paterson, Daniel Lee 58
Payne, Antoney Neal 63, 114
Payne, Raymond V. 165
Payne, Robbie Gayle 58
Payses, Deborah Ann
Payne, Willma 58
Paynter, Richard Michael 89,
147, 114, 124
Pendleton, Barbara Sue 96
Pendleton, Cheyrle 114
Pendleton, David Ross 86, 69,
John Harry 58
Pentruff, Ellen 34
Pentruff, Randall Lee 58
Peoples, Gary Douglas 34, 114
Philips, Kathryn James 69, 86
Phillips, Rose Marie 173, 86,
Phipps, Danson Ray 69
Phipps, Sandra Ann 142, 96
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 36
Pillow, Carolyn May 115
Pitts, Pamela Sue 61, 85, 107,
Poff, Denise Loverne 58
Poff, Linda Suzanne 120, 165
Pof, Michael Andrew
Poff, Michael Ray 96, 115, 124
Poindexter, Richard Shirles 115
Porter, Charles Edward 58
Porter, Wallace Johnson, III
70, 143, 101
Porterfield, Linda Diane
Potter, Susan 25
Price, Deborah Lyn 76
Price, Jerry Stephen 166,16-7
Price, Paul Edgar 58
Price, Vernon 76
Prillaman, George Garner, Jr.
PROJECTION CLUB 143
Pruett, Michael Ray 70
Prunty 23, 40, 22
Puckett, Melvin 115
Pullen, Sylvia Jeanne 166
Punkett, Mary Cathering 96
Purdy, Michael Lorton
Puritt, Terry Coline 58
Purves, Victoria Dawn 70
Quick, Duane Jackson 58
Quinn, Ramona 70
Quisenberry, Cynthia Faye 58,
Peoples, Kenneth Landon 96
PEP CLUB 48, 163
Perdue, Donna Lynn 52, 63,
65, 93, 156, 104, 125, 165
Perdue, William Howard 69
Peters, Donna Jean 115
Peters, Edgar Michael 59
Peters, Elizabeth Ann 96, 73
Peters, Marie Duvale 115
Peters, Susan Leigh 58
Peters, William Henry 165
Petty, Mary Fran 'es 24
PETERS CREEK PHARMACY
PETERS CREEK ESSO.191
Pharr, Steven Macon 86, 58, 124
Radford, Betty 115
Radford, Susan 59
Ragland David Francis 70, 124
Ragland, Paul Wesley 96
Ragland Renee Diane 82, 96,
Rardin, Debbie Jean 85, 115
Ratcliff, Cynathia Jean 96, 101
Ratcliffe, Stephen Lester 70,
Ratcliffe, Thomas Brown 120
Rawling, Gene Ellis 96
Rawling, Joyce Faye 70
Ray, Oliven Clinton 96
Ray, Pamela Gail
Reed, Michael Shawn 134, 120,
Reed, Philip Lee
Reed, Rebecca Sue 58
Reed, Timothy Lee 143, 115
Register, Glenda 115
Reinhardt, Cindy Ann 82, 121
Reinhardt, Mark Steven 85,
147, 137, 124, 126
Reinhardt, Walter Ray 49,
48, 85, 147, 139, 99, 116, 124,
Restivo, Bonita Sue 46, 96, 125
Revere, Deborah Sue 58, 21
Revere, Ronald Williams 101,
Reyns, Alan Everett 70, 124
Reyns, Karen Elizabeth 96, 73,
Reynolds, Dale Clinton 70
Reynolds, Linwood Barton 58
Reynolds, Wayne Calvin 70
Schilling, Richard Calvin 147,
Rheads, Ralph 120
Rholds, Pelphine Gwendolyn 96
Rice, Stephen Timothy 85,
89, 147, 116
Richards, Gary Lee 59
Richardson, Claudie 70
Richardson, Michael Wayne 59
Ridenhour, Dana Richard 59
Ridenhour, Mike Lynn 86, 70
Riely, Thomas Lowdes 137
Riley, Charlotte Anne 59
Robars, Garey Jerome 65, 66
Robertson, Melvin 70, 101
Roberts, Stephen Kenneth
70, 82, 125
Sanford, Charles Wayne 181,
Saunders, Sheila Darlene 70
Saunders, Sherl Arlene 70
Savelle, Linda 24
Sayles, Marshall Tryone 116
S. C. A. 49
Schafer, Jerry John 135, 120,
Schafer, Mark Allen 97
Schaffer, Jesse Kelly, Jr. 30,
Scharf, Franklyn Lindsey 116
Scharf, William 70
Schilling, Kathy Elizabeth 59,
Schilling, Howard Lee, Jr.
42, 86, 167
116, 125, 201, 124
Schnover, Emerson William, Jr.
Schnover, Peggy Diane 46, 70,
Simon, Alta Ann 97, 98, 181
Simpkins, Mary Ann 97, 84
Simpson, Charles Marshall 97
Simpson, Chester Bowman 70,
Simpson, Laura Vester
Sink, Eldridge McKee 59
Sirry, Dale Allen 97
Sirry, Sarah Annette 70
Sirry, Susan Kay 59
Sloane, Daniel Edwards 59, 137
Slusher, Gregory Alan 70, 143
Smallwood, Bradley Keith 49,
85, 89, 147, 139, 136, 124, 167
Smallwood, Gregory Lynn 45,
Smilley, Lela Ann 25, 59
Smith, Billy Wayne 71
Smith, Deborah Lynne 46,
Steinhart, Ralph Custer 60, 63
Stephens, Shelia Ann
Stephenson, Stuart David 98
Stewart, Larry Edward 42, 117,
Stewart, Lynette Leigh 71
Stewart, R. L. 19, 141, 160
Stimeling, Stephen Randallv
Stokes, Barbara Ann 71
Stokes, Ethel Rebecca 60
Stokes, Samuel Davis, III 120,
Stolove, Allen Howard 71
Stoots, Archie 19
Stone, Tereana Louise 98,
Stone, Teresa Elaine 98, 103,
Ricky Dean 45, 98
Rodney E. 59
Robertson, Susan Ellen 59
Robertson, Thomas L. 166
Robinette, Billie Teresa 59
Robinson, Mark Steven 59, 86,
Robinson, Roger Francis 45,
97, 147, 124
Robinson, Susan Leigh 97
Ronk, Marsha Lynn 70
Ronk, Robert Gary Lee 70, 59
Roop, Judy Marie
Roope, Robert James 70
Rose David Mason 97
Ross, Samuel Jay 86, 143, 116
Ross, Suzanne 59
Roth, John Garland 97, 124
SCIENCE 18, 21
Scott, Donnie Wayne
Scott, Junella Faye 61, 85,
Scott, Patricia Ann 70
Scott, Stephene 97
Scott, Valerie Jeanne 97
SENIOR INDEX 198-203
Sensabough, Carol Ann 70
ough, John William '70
SERVICE GROUPS 178
Robert Lanaean 70
Seward, Laurence Bruce
Sexton, Jewel May 70
Sexton, Rebecca Jean 70
Shank, Michael Wayne 59
65, 70, 125, 132
Smith, Dreama Kaye 59
Smith, James Robert 63, 86,
Sharp, Gregory Harmon 167
Sharp, Wendy Lee 70
Shaw, Charlotte Gaydeana 59
Sheets, Gladys Ann 46, 82,
97, 99, 125
Shelton, Jeff Lynn 59
Smith, Jerri Renee 85, 116
Smith, Ian G.
Smith, Rosean 85, 143, 116,
Smith, Ronnie William 59
Smith, Timothy Michael
Smith, Sheryl David 143, 70
Smoot, Richard Edwin 89,
147, 164, 124
Snider, Burman Chapman
Snider, Wesley Daniel 167
SNOW QUEEN 105
SOCIAL STUDIES 22, 26
South, Laura 60
South, Steven Gibson 59
Spangler, Cheater Elliot, Jr.
Spangler, Debra Kay 103, 101,
Spencer, Norl Elton 70
Spradling, Cynathia Louise 59
Spradling, Stephen Virgil 98
SPRING DIVISION 130
Sprouse, Ernest Dane 59, 117
Sprouse, Ruth Ann 117
Stover, Diane Marie 60
Striplin, Noman Dobson 71, 181
Stroop, Charles Franklin 60
Stuber, Richard Lee
Stuckey, Dickie 117, 99, 141,
42, 89, 1437, 127, 125, 124
Stuckey, Henry Laurence 85,
89, 151, 147, 123, 124, 168
Stultz, Gregory Howard 71, 99
Stump, Randolph William
Stutler, Frederick Clyde 60
Stutler, Fredrick Lyn 60
Stutler, Richard Lee 60
Summers, Candace 157, 168
Supan, Charles Lee
Supan, James William
Surface, Steven Kelley 8, 98,
Sweeney, Eve Lyn 60
Sweet, Ricky Lamarr 60
Switzer, Robert Eugene 60
Syan, Jerry Dale 98
Synan, Terry Donald 120, 168
Taliaferro, Pamela Jean 71
THE TACK ROOM 192
Tayloe, Robert Watson 70,
Taylor, Donna 71
Taylor, Francine Engram 60
Taylor, Paula Kay 99
Roupe, Barry Lynn 116
Rowe, Cynthia Gail 134,116
ROY L. WEBBER FLORIST
Ruble, Alice Jo 30, 166
Rumburg, Russell Alan 59
Russo, Dorothy 24
Ryder, Rebecca Jeanne 70, 101
Shelton, Jimmy 120
Shelton, Joyce Renee 59
Shelton, Ken 15, 14, 40, 43,
122, 125, 193, 201
Shelton, Richard Darrell 101
Shepard, Sharon Ruth 59
Sherrill, Cynthia Ann 61, 85,
Sprouse, William Wayne 59
Stallard, Rita Joe 16,7
Stanley, Alice Gail 97, 98,
Stanley, Donna Jean 60
Stanley, Harold Dougles 98
Stanley, Carolyn Sue 70
Starkey. John William 117
Sherwood, Robert Alan 89, 124
Shively, Judy Lee 70
Shook, Roger Dale
Shook, Rosemary 24, 34
Short, Robin Lyn 70
Shrader, James Lynwood 101,
Sample, Linda Atwood 97
Sampler, Deborah Dawne 59
Sarver, Vicki Lynn 70
Sarver, Susan Lynn 19, 46,
Shreve, Gary 101
Shumpert, Cheryl Lorri 59
STATE FARM INSURANCE
STAR CITY REALITY
St. Clair, Chrysel Dale
St. Clair, Diane Lunn 61, 70,
St. Clair, Sandra Kirk 59
Steber, Ruby Lee 73, 120
Steele, Joyce Marie 70
Taylor, Richard Lindsey 86,
Taylor, Sandra Gail 60
Taylor, Donna 71
Teichler, Mark Traugott 60'
Terry, Don Freemont 71
Teusher, Janet Diane
Thomas, Benjamin, Allen 71,
Thomas, Brenda Joyce 71
Thomas, James Robert 71
Thompson, Alan Martin 168
Thompson, Frank Michael 85,
86, 101, 168
Gen eral Index
Thompson, Gerry Layne 98
Thompson, Mark Robert 86,
Thompson, Mark Edward 71
Thornhill, Paul Douglas 98
Tiller, Raymond Jackson 71, 86
Todd, Dottie Cecilia 71
AND CO. 189
Tolley, Betty Jo 98
Tolley, Jackie 60
Tompson, Catherine Elaine
Toms, Lawrence Lynwood 71,
Townsend, Douglas Leigh 86,
Townsend, Lynette Sue '11
Trent, Susan Darlene 98, 87,
Trout, Cindy Sue 60
Trout, Paul Joseph 98
Trout, Ted Aleen 71, 86, 99
Tucker, Dreama Diane 98, 46,
Turner, David Lee 60
Turner, Harvey Rudolph
Turner, Karen Leah 60
Turner, Linda Louise 46, 63,
134, 121, 125, 168
Turner, John 19
Turner, Martha Ann 71
Patricia Delores 71
Roger Dale 60
Stephanie Lynn 98,
46, 82, 125
Turner, Thomas Howerton 71
Turner, William Antony 63, 124
Vaught, Patricia Jane 118, 125
Vermillion, Timothy Elwood 118
Vernamomti, Valerie Tyrena 71
Vernon, Gary Allen 60
Vernon, Lynnie Boyd 45, 98
Vest, Steve Monroe 118
Victoring, Billie June 71
Victorine, Bonnie Sue 60
VIKING DISCOVERERS 65
Viohl, Timothy Allen 98
Viohl, Walter William, Jr. 101
Wade, Deborah Lyn 60
Wade, Homer Mitchell 168
Wagner, Kenneth Wayne
Wahlford, Teresa Ann 60
Waker, William 19
Wald, James Carl
Walawski, Rebecca Ann 60
Wall, Elinor 34
Walkall, Deena Renee
Walls, Cynthia Ann 60
Wall, Debbie Lee 71
Walls, David McLean 60
Walls, Dennis Wyrick 60
Tuttle, Donna Jean 71
Tuttle, Frank Lee 60
Tyree, Anita Ruth
Tyree, Bill Monroe, Jr. 98
Tyree, Rhonda Yvonne 61, 71,
Umberger, Debra Jeanne
Umberger, Martha Ann 71
124 Wilson, Linda Kay
UNITED FUND PRINCESS 105
Vandergrift, Dennis 45, 98
Vandergriff, Henry Hank 72,
Walls, Donna Lyn 60
Walter, David Douglas 72, 139
Walter, Michael Marvin 42
Walters, Douglas C. 42, 141,
, William Kyle 98
Walters, Rebecca Faye 71
Gerald Kevin 72, 101
Terry Lyn 60
Ward, Debbie Kay
Ward, James Carl 60
Waring, Carol Lyn 98, 46, 84
Washburn, Anne Carol 73, 71
Washburn, Johnny W.
Watkins, Richard Lee 60
Watson, Andrea Gail 60
Watson, Billy 104, 168
Weathers, Steve 42, 77
Weaver, David Winfred
Webb, Michael Douglas 98
Webb, Thomas Clarence 60
VVebb, Vicky Lynne
Webber, David Gilbert 169
Weddle, Johnny Ray 60, 84
Wells, Robert Scovel 147, 119,
Staff member Robert Grubb learns how to use yearbook
material during his first year on the annual staff
Westmoreland, John Garland 42
Whitehead, Donna Lynn 142,
Whitlock, Michael Lynn 119
Whitlow, Geoffrey Harman 72
Wiggins, Diane 71
Wilkins, Cynthia Kay 71, 101,
Wilkerson, Ricky Gleason
Williams, Jean 46, 52, 119, 125
Williams, Lynn Parks 121, 125
Williamson, Joseph Edward 60,
Williamson, Joseph Edward 60
Williamson, Robert Alan 85,
89, 143, 159, 104, 160, 169
Williamson, Steve Glenn 72
Willis, Lillie Evalena 71
Willson, Brent Martin 72
Wilson, Calvin Hust 98, 119
Wilson, Donna Leigh 60
Wilson, Dorothy Mae
Wooldridge, Linda Marie 71
Wooldridge, Russell David 72
Woolwine, Vicki Glyn 61, 134
Worrell, Teddy Wilchere 147
Vandergriff, Susan 24
Vandergrift, Van Gate 45, 98
Vannoy, James Park 72
Vannoy,'Jane Elizabeth 118,
176, 47, 125
Vaughan, Gary Monroe '72
Larry Michael 20, 169
Wright David Ray
Wright, Garland Leo 60
Wright, Mikie Ramona 169
Wright, William Otha
Yates, Jimmy Dewain 60
Yates, Sue 16, 21
Yates, William 171, 186
Wertz, Dena Carol 46, 60, 125,
Wertz, Kitara Renee 4, 99
Wertz, Sharon Marie 152, 125,
West, George Henry 60
West, Sharon Leigh
West, William Reece
Westmoreland, Brenda Gaye
Westmoreland, Jack Dempsy 98
Wingo, Susan Carol 46, 63,
89, 121, 169, 132
WINTER DIVISION 74
Woods, Dorena Lyn 60
Woods, Jan Lisbeth 60
Zirkle, Patricia 19
Zuro, Dan Charles 63, 89, 86,
There was a child went forth each day,
And the Hrst object he look'd upon that object he became,
And these became part of that child who werztforth every day, and who now goes, and will always
go forth every day.
Young people leaving the security
of Northside face the reality of
life with an open mind.
So We also moved through Northside's
halls, absorbing our ideals and setting our
goals. Every day the surprise and routine,
the joys and sadnesses, English and Chem-
istry, have all become a part of us-to be
put forth in coming years that We may still
go forth and in our turn become a part of
another child somewhere.
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