Staunton River High School - Eyrie Yearbook (Moneta, VA)

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X A f" I yr r- -, I f, . - 2 I- K 1 A , . , L, , -. . , X V, 0 , , .V ' - 4.' ,, - , ' if: r :If ' W- f " s . ' f- .,T1L:,sf ' , , ixtif ' 2 -' ' M t .C 11 'X I Q ,f 1, - . 1 A , - U ,E , -, - - ' r,-f " ' , :'. . x 'J fi V4 CV V! , vs li Q' V wi Az Q f.' a 1. A ' 2,2 I ' F! E ,I 1 - 35: 5 az y , , 1 -,:-123 J! ' f E Q 5 K .,Hl x : 1, ,V l I 5 ,. ,, . 4 E ' , " 2 ' -. ' ,vvv 'Q N- ,.,, -I . if 5 r 9 1 E 5 5 E 5 s 5 1 .. ,4 THE EYRIE Staunton River High School Route 2 Moneta, Virginia 24121 , 1975 Vol. XII The way we were 1975 Open'ng 3 4 Opening fffxi. Among our memories will be The great feeling of being Part of a group, of giving of ourselvesg The frightening moments of Aloneness. We'II remember apathy, And it's destructive effect on us as a groupg And our efforts to defeat ity The exhilerating arguments of "Group A or Group AA?"p We'II look back in hope That we've begun, That we've taken the first steps Toward being the best wencan be. Opening 5 6 Academic We were united Students, teachers, administrators, Parents, guidance counselors, Cafeteria and maintenance staff, Bus drivers- All working together to make The most of 1975. At times we seemed to be Going in different directions, But we were united in seeking The best for each member Of the school community. We worked together- To make the classroom An exciting and valuable experience, To keep the school "machine" Running smoothly, To build up school spirit And pride, To encourage each student To achieve the highest goals Possible. Academic 7 We were seniors .. Excited about reaching our goal Of graduation, Some of us relieved to see the end Of school days, Others of us, sorry to leave behind Friendships, involvement, security. Gladly we left behind Govemment tests, English papers, Report cards, and exams. Reluctantly we gave up pep rallies, Club meetings, ballgames, class picnics, and class friendships. We look to the future, Eagerly, apathetically, or perhaps r Apprehensively. Whatever our feelings for the future, We are sad to see the end Of such a large part of our lives, Aware that we VWII never be the same. When we look back on our year 1975. W We'II remember laughter,.tears Disappointment, and success, And perhaps most of all Pride that we reached our goal. Senior class officers: left to right: Marcia Woodford-Rep., Gloria Sellars-Tres., Randy Hartberger-Pres., Liz Harkrader-Vice Pres., Kathy Sellf ers-Sec. 8 Seniors 4,Za 1i???.2Qezs if f f' 11521322 Jig, He- 'I 4 DELORES ANNE BLANKENSHIP A ' Delores-Febmary 7 jr. Science Club-8,95 Pep Club-B,9,105 F.H.A.-8,95 Class Secretary-95 l.V. Football Cheerleader-95 Co-captain+9p National Piano Guild49,10g jr. Beta Club-105 Varsity Football Cheerleader-105 Governor's School-103 Na- tional Fraternity of Student Musicians-105 French Club-10,115 Monogram Club-11,125 Beta Club-11,125 Treasurer-121 Class Secretary-115 Society of Outstanding American High School Students-11. ' A TRUDY REGINA BOBBITT ' C, "Tumi"-luly 16 I g I A Choms-11,125 Wrestling Cheerleader-12. ROBERT LEE BONDS, IR., y y I y 45 1 Bobby-lanuary6 1 f . I I ' "lf we muststand let us have legs and if we must walk let us have feet," lr. Science Club-8,97 Track-8,97 LV. Football-9,105 Medical Careers Club- 9,10p Sr. Science Club-10,115 Varsity Football-127 Varsity-Club-12.' ' ' NATHANIEL CEPHUS BONDS-not pictured A , Cephus-luly 2 I I I - IEFFERY HADEN BOOTH - jeff-March 14 DONNA FERN ANGELL Donna-December 23 "Always be fullfof joy in the Lord." Philippians 4:4 Chorus-85 French Club-9,10,11,12p President 115 jr. Beta Club-105 Beta Club-11,123 Secretary 125 Pep Club-9,11,12g j.V. Football Cheerleader- 11,125 Science Club-11,127 Vice President-125 Monogram Club-125 Who's Who in American High Schools-117, Annual Staff-125 Talon Staff-12. TIMOTHY EDWARD ARCHER Tim-August B l.V. Football-85 Varsity Football-9,10,11,12g Varsity Club-9,10,11,12. GARY LYNN ATKINSON Gary-February 21 "To every season, there is a time for all." jr. Science Club-8,95 lr.'yBeta Club-95 l.V. Baseball-97 French Club-10,115 Beta Club-+10g11,12g Class President-11. h MICHAEL DAVID BAKER Mike-October 23 . 1 1-sv .EV if Seniors 9 MV s 1 af wx 1 5 L 5 AL L if 9 M- + ' Y .f:fg,.: . we R L 1 z fa. K ff Y N Q5 s. L Y Q3 rw L , . l QKEVEN CLARK BRADLEY ' V :Kevin-Augusus L L RITA ALTIZER BRAMLETT , 1 Y Rita-December 21 . , my FHA-9,113 class Secretary-95 Math Club-9. A V TIMOTHY PAGE BRYANT Tim-june 10 " V SANDRA GAIL BUSH ' z ' SannofNovember5 " f , Q "Always do righi. willgratify some people and astonish the rest."' f Q T 10 senioks jENNlrER LYNN sowDEN no jenny-December 4 3 L ' "If love caniein differenggolors, I would pick a rainbow." vlckl LYNN sowuNG I l L y , Wcki-August 12 ' L iw L i 1 L 'FHA-8,921 Library Club-10,117 President 105 FBLA-11,125 Historianf-7125 Chorusf-11,12.y , - L SHARON JEAN BowYER 1 Y Sharon-May 5 "Don'tfwalk'in front of me-I may not follow. Don't walk behind me-I may not lead. Walk beside me and just be my friend." SYLVIA IEAN BOWYER i i L Sylvia-july 3 FHA-8,95 Chorusf-fl0,11. ix I CINDY ANN CARTER Y ' V 1 1 joe-February 5 1 A 1,1 . Q . A ' ' V "T hey say love means never having to say you're sorryy but if you7think it'ii help, you'd better say it anywayff - A ' ' M A Science Club-8,95 Math Club-85 FHA-B5 Eiiench Club-10,11512p' Re- porter-12g FBLA-11,127 Presidenti411j Vice President-125 Pep CIub74. CAROLYN PAY CAWLEY 1 A Carolyn-August 10 1 A V V' SARAH KAY CHANEY Sarah Lee-August 21 Library Club-f10,1,1, Vice President-11. IOHN WAYNE CHISOM johnny-November 22 VGREGORYILOYD- ACLEMENQY Greg-Iuly 17 . 1 TFFAH8,9,10,11p spanish club-10. A 'MICHAEL WAYNE coLuNs 1 Michaeiauneezzii A 1 1 WANDA GALE COLLINS' 5 Wanda-june 16 U ' V M i5REDiLYNN COQPERJRW, in , Freddie-February 61 A Seniofci GERALD VISICEISITWEIRAGHEAD Gerald4March30wf I I . , Varsity Club-IQ. A H TERESA- LYNNE CREASY TeresaeApril11 ' f . 1 . , l.V. Basketball Cheerleaderf10p,Softball-11: Chorus-11. SHELIAHIDIANE CRIDER I1 I- 1 , V V Sheliah-April 11 - ' "T he things I want in life are: Something to do, Something to look fowvard to, Someone to love and to be loved." N A ' ' MCC-9,10,12p A French Club-9,105 Library Club-12. ' MARK ANTHONY CROCKETT A ' - . , "The Kid"-DecemberA26 I W ,V . A V Math-Club-85 l.V. Baseball-105 SCA Representative-114 ' I 12 Seniors, V V CHARLIE WILLIAM DAVIS 'Chas-May 2 - A 1"l.ifeAi5iAuseless,ynIess you change it" FFA48,9,10,1'1,12g' Reporter 125 LV. Football-8,95 Varsity Football Man lager-81 Basketballflig lr. Science Club-95 Varsity Club-10,11. 'IACK EUSTACEIDEARING A l laqk-lanuary 29 ' FFA-8,9,10,11,12. I I DIANE' GRAY DEELIT I y Dlaneflam-'3Wf? ,. "The greatest kindness we can offer each other is the truth." FHA-83,107 Recreation Leader-105 SCA-8,9,10p Treasurer-115 l.V. Bas- ketball Cheerleader49,105 Softball-9,105 Pep Club-9,105 Drill Team-10,11 French Club-10,11,12g lf. sera Club-105 new Club-11,125 science ceubl 10,115-Talon Staff-123 Class Vice President-10. IENNYILIND DEEL . 'Shorty-August 6 ' Band-8,94 Q V , :N f' r r., N ff' - .f S ?lf., f fi ' 1 .'l , , n3v, . . . 0 'Q ' 9 2 o.' U ..,o . . a s 0 o o.,s, TAMMY LEIGH ENSOR . I 1 ' Tammy-October 28 Dramatics-9,105 lr. Science Club-93 SCA-9. SHARON ANN EPPLEY Shzuon-August 22 . A lr. Science Club-8-95 jr. Math Club-95 Basketball-930,115 Softball- 9,10,11,12g Pep Club-10,11,12p Monogram-10,113 FBLA-12. 1 A VALORIE LYNNE FAUNCE V Valorie-February 23 , . I 1 A "When pride cometh, then cometh shame: but with thelowly is wisdom." Science Club-85 FHA-9,12 ' -- ' GARY NEAL FEAZELL h S S' Gary-November 1 FFA-95 l.V. Baseball-10 CYNTHIA LEE DIGG5 L Gndy-january 5 V' ' I Chorus-8,9,10,11,12p,FHA-125 Library Club-115 Secretary-11. ROBERT L-EWIS DILLONVL I i ' Bobby-january 30 A , r Band-8,9,1Q,'l1,127 Supply aSargeant4-11gfMCC+9jSpanish Club-10,11,12.- CHARLOTIEAANN DOOLEYT he P E c ci f Charlotte-August1B V A. my i ' -I "Live each day as. it comes- andghope things will work out for the best." IOHN MARK DUNMAN-Not pictured Mark-Apfat21 S E .HELEN THERESA EADES ' h Duckie-September7L , ' E "It is easier to bercritical than tobe correct." , E E , i - sands-a,9,1o.11,12, ir. science Club--8,95 chess Club410j 'Pep club-11,12, French Club-1031.123 Eyrie Staff-11,125 Editor-1,25 lr.,MissgContestant-12, Society of Distinguished .American 1 High School Students-12. .. ,. ,. . V . , , . 13l ily lQYCEi,DARLENE5QFIEl,DERg C joyce-May1 C if FHA-1359: ilfgl 5Ci?flCC,fQlUb73,9g 5 1 , BRENDA MARIEQFCRRESTV 0 1 0 ' J Brenda-july 20 "'- .jr 1, 1 "fNever1letj the worldgget you V . . w proud" M ll ff 13552 1 .L,,L .zf., ' " 1, 1,1 b-511,127 French Clul74-11:eifSclence11gg FHA-s, Dnll Team 1o11,g2, Pep cm CQUIH2-,l 1 1 1 be aEExv'SuE1PERci3soN gg . 5,51 ',., 1 . ,Q FHA-8j'lr. ScienC6lClubl8g97 lr Math Club 10 Treasurer 10 IV Basket ball'Cheerlf:ader 105 Pgep Club 10 11 Laun Club 12 RANDYbLEE'FERGUSQN Rqndy-November 60 Y - CAROL ELlZlABETH 'renmsu Susie-ocwbeflzz Fam-10 0 A 1 FLORENCE MARIE FIELDER ?'FIopsy"fluIy 27 FHA-8,92 Chorus-11. j 1 Drill Temh-9,1o,101412g?lPep yllubgggg Lqpmyiglup-1og FBLA-11,12p lCONlNlElllv1Alflf FOUTZl Cjonnie-December10'W 1, Staff-12f 1 3 ff.. 1 ,, QA 14. Seniors 1, . lessie-December, 29 IESSIE-RAE FRANKUN l is fj ', 7 . . ' 'Elf K . - I FHA-8,95 lr. Science Club-95 FBLA+10,11,1,2g3Reporter 125 French Clu 10,11,12p Latin Club-12. 1 i TOMMY uNvQooDcALuoN,y5am pictured l l Tommy-October 10 ' i ' - ggjbggiiig, V T 1 GARY WAYNE GIBSON-Not ictured O , , P i Gafv-Cffobff 28 5 fisfiif 1 1 a 1 , SHARON LAVERNE GIBSON - if Sharon-August 12 ' 5- , W I rl O A "Ah, make the most of what we yet may spend, betdre we into the ici descendp Dust into dust, and under dust to lie, Winejsan songsg singer, and Sans endif' L. - ' lr. Science Club-81g 8asketballQtmanagery95 FljiAe10,11,1 2. X NELSON o'cEANe GoGclNS l 1 Nelson4May We-August 9 13 VICKIDIAN GREENWAY Tl F7 H , G r O ' ,ccc, eh Don t walk in front of me,.hl1 may not follow. Don t walk behind me, i not lead. just walk besideime and be my friend! H 1 - Drill Team-9 K '.-Kr 11 Pep Club-112123 Careers Clupj-125 Monogram Club-125 BRIAN MONTGOMERY HANCOCK - -' , 3039+-M3Yi'29sf Wlir xi 1 O ' "The job is never finisliediuntiliyifielpaperiwqrk is dime." - ,I A Band-8,9,10,11,12p Outdoor Yrack-11,1227 ACros3E,SZoAuntry5-12: Indoor, 2TF?9lFf713F'5I5e5CiC"CCiClub-1Q . f fl' . l755'i VPS? TERESA MAXINE HANNlABASS7?, 1 OL 1 1 4 Teresa-lulv,25 1 N ' ii ieii O O 1 N O an ' ,Scienge.,Club-95 Pep Club-95 LV. Fdotballliheerleadeiix 1offfench2if2Ivb-1011s1.gf k N N' seniors '15 MARGARET ELIZABETH-HARKRADER Liz-lune 2 . , "We are all God's children." L' FHA-8,9g lr. Science Club-8,95 Reporter-105 SCA-8,10,11,12g Reporter-L 105 District Vice Chairman-11, Treasurer-125 Representative Basketball Homecoming-By l.V. Football Cheerleader-95 Capt-95 Class Reporter-9: Softball-9,10,11,12p Class Secretary-105 French Club-10,127 Secretary-11p Monogram Club-10,125 Pep Club-10j11,12p jr. Beta Club-105 Beta Club- 11,121 President-125 Varsity Basketball Cheerleader-10,11,12g Captain--123 Class Vice President-11g Sr. Science Club-11,125 'Majorette-125 Bedford lr. Miss 125 Society of Distinguished HighASchooI Students-12. KIMBERLY ANN HARRIS ' Kim-December 3 j.V. Football Cheerleader-95 lr. Science Club-93 French Club-10. SHARON CAIL HARRIS V y. Sharon-September 17 ' "l can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.",Philippians 4.13 , FHA-8,9,10p FBLA-10,11. ' RANDY NEIL HARTBERGER Randy-October 2 F.F.A.-8,9,10,11,12p Treasurer-105 Vice President-111 President-127 Bas- ketball-8p lr, Science Club-8g KVG Crew-9,10,11,12g Beta Club-11,123 Math Club-113 Basketball Homecoming escort-115 Boys State Representa- tive-117 State Farmer Degree-115 Who's Who in American High Schools- 12. M, , , adr YZF 16 Seniors me W O u . MARILYN DOOLEY HARTMAN Marilyn-july 17 "Love Thy neighbor as thy self." -. LV., :Cheerleader-95 Varsity Cheerleader-105 Class Treasurer-95 Mono- gram Club-9,10g S.C.A.-9,10g Basketball Homecoming Maid of Honor-10. HEBERT Hoover: HAWKS-nofpiciured B 7 1 Hebert-September 27 ' ' ' MARSHALL HENDERSON K I Marshall-july 31. A Basketball-83 l.V. Basketball-9,105 Varsity Basketball-117 Baseball-9,10g Track-11,12. ' your way or so far into the future that you may trip Club-8,95 Pep Club-8,9,10,12g Drama Club-97 LV. F.B.l..A.-10,125 l.V. Basketball Cheerleader--105 Queen-105 Drill Team-10,117 Gymnastics4 Cheerleader-11,125 Sr. Science Club-12g Majorette. DQUGLAS-DECKTON HILL, IR. A Doug-December 17 V l.VQ ootball-8,9p Varsity Football-10,113 FCA-8,9,10: Track-9,103 Latin dub-11,125 Sr. Science Club-11. BARBAIQQQ-tNNA,HURT A DEBRAQELAINE HOGAN Debbie-Febmary 5 "Knocking on Heaven's Door" . FHA-8,97 jr. Science Club-9. Mnoov ANN HOGAN' AR Melody-August29 cc' C V m V L FHA-8,9,10,11, ,Reporter-107 President-115 lr. Science Club-97 Library qubqo' C 'fi1'f2397 C BARBARA IEAN HOLLAND A o ,gig A Bl-DeCember24 Q A r S A y r:.iEiif I . '?May luck, ,love and hapbiness be yours throughout thy life." - jrg Science CIub+8:i Volleykgait-f-9pm Softballe-9,10g Spanish Club-9,105 Medi' gglwiiareers clutg-f9,1o,1i1,12,i secretary-g Drill Team-1o,11,12. A -KATHY MARlA HOPPAUGH A , A Kathy94May 18 A A it A 'f A. ' "The truth of man lies in,his'dreams," . fi, ' - ' ' Asst. Editor Newspaper-85 Concert 8: Marching 8and49,10p Tennis Club- 10p Publicity Committee "George, M!-105 Woodwind Ensemble-105 SCA Elections Committee-12p1AnnoaI ,Staff-123 French Club-127 lr. ,Band-8. ., ,.,, K .' . I mi at 4. MARCHALL H UfCHeNs 1 1 1 rus 8 Sr Science Clubl101112 Treasurer 11 Sr Beta Cho ' I 4 ., 1 1 1 , ' : f Sr. Math Club-115 Pep Club-'l1,12p'FBLAf1,1,12, Treasurer- Club 9 JOHNSON 1 h h Pictured ' IOHNSQNL ,5,11i31jfg,2 1 - of Staunton River 1974." Cross Cbuntry-8' Indoor TraCkQf9Q IOHNSON Q e . ' eff STEVE , 18 Seniors Vice mndfukoi Lxufn , 1 NP"f?F??bff5a'Y513 . 1 Q' Q? Q.fi ff "lgife'iis precious-keep it that way.fWith friendshipigdrigjikgve, you'rej'q'Qfef'f than-hajfywgyjf FBLA-12, i 'W 'ff yikdmf L6WELL LEE-nor pictured j6rome4March 7 V , DAVIDWAYNE IQOONEY Davie-Maich19 1 ' z " K'-' "l'rh not getting Iittier, Ymmfgetgingi M Wrestling-8,9,12g, Bagkeggballfllg Bgngif-8,9,10,11,1Zg' Ches5-fCli1b-5835 Spam '-" :A ,' 5 Af ,L CORNELIA ANN QMCCALL if "C6fkY"-'Nmfembef filfs. "I am . I said." A Q ff? Spanish clubfn. j 2 RANDY "L0VBIT"-vAUgUS!18E W "Love isi beautifuIjf1d"sQ1 is 'God1f"fff l , , W I, 'WWF am. Q1!"'F QP'-4 KENN'ETl3lfLflE IIJIEADOR Kenneth-February 23 ,V f'VRemember the'Alamo" 4 'fFAfa,9,10,11,12g 1.v. BaseballL1O IERRY LYNN MILLER I V lerry-Iuly 17 1 ' V TIMOTHY LYNNeMlNNlxfN0r Pictured W A A Tim+Novernber 15 V BARBARA out Mrrcum - Gail+Defember 30 . A A r 1 "lf anythin Sis oin to o wron lt Will" 1 ' P 8 8 3 ,b 8 V81 .W 1 -Jn SciencetCIUb-8,95 FHA-81 SCA-HVomeroom .Representive-105 FBLA- 10,11g12glFrench Club-107 Softball-105 Pep Club-117 Drill Team-11g,Sr. Science Club-12 1 L 1 ' " ' I ' V V IEFFREY WILLIAM MOLES I ' A Jeff-March 9 ' A P V V V Indoor Track-10,11,12p Outdoor'TrackL10,11g12g French Club-115 Chess Club-411,125 Cross Country-11,127 Sr. Science Club-12 20 Seniors ' ' . ."' ' 7 ' ' CAROLQSUE MOORMAN S V IV Vt I S Carol-Septernber1 ' ' ' I VV V . H A Live for-today, always remember yesterday and think of tomorrow. FHA-8g FBLA-10,1'l,12p Chorus-10,11 - - ' ' I DENISE RAE MOORMAN , Denise-july 10 V "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not unto thine own under- standing. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and He shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 315,61 V ' V . - FBLA-105 Math Clube-117 Beta Club-11,12p V V ' CATHEY ANNE MORGAN I 1 Cookie-February 23 , -I I ' ' I "Time in itself heals all wounds-great or smalI!" ., . V , u Chorus-85 French- Club-9,10,11,12g lr. Beta Club-103 Football Horne- coming-10p Beta Club-11,125 Sr. Science Club-11,12p Talon Staff-12 ROBERT -LINCOLNMORCAN IR. V "Little Robert"-January 13 "Given a moment in timeor a place, we can overcome any problems we face, for knowing that we can communicate the only unknown is . . Q How long we wait" - ' I A I ' - Band-8,9,10,11,12p lr. Science Club-8,95 Medical careers-8,9,10,11,12 Re- porter-11, President-125 Sr. Science Club+10,11Q12p SCA-105 Treasure- 105 Pep Club-10,11pVEyrie Staff-11,125 Bus Driver-11,127 Spanish Club-12 President-12piSCA Public Relations Council-125 Who's Who in American High Schools+12V " S P P 1 RONNIE EUGENE-PALMEEAR ' b 9 Porgcr-April'12 fi f , i A, , if LFFA-8,9,10,11,12p Outdoor, Tf3CKf101 Cross Countryllh 4 MAiiYANNjPANNlEL in MAPPMHYW27 i lif' i ?iCLoiiiX IE.-Qin! i'ERi3UE Gl0f'31TAPf'.'p27,..1J, i L flxaionfsfafmzi i i 31ERnv5yyAYNEc PERDUE n f3fCffY59lUn9'10W i ' 'Gone but notjforgotien' i ROBIN LINIA MORGAN R0b'n-la'?543FY13ziei c i n i J i 1'I'm youngl giftddyand black." A V . pg , I 1 -1 , I ' FHA-8,93 ,Band-8,9,fIO,11,12, Prggident-125 LV.IABd5kctball'Cheerleader- 8,2 Ir. Science' Cliib+9: Representative for Miss Yearbook-9g,Medical Ca-b reefs Clubl10p Spaniih Club-10,11,12, Tfeasurer-113 VafSity Basketball Cheerleadeii-f-10,11,12p Basketballi Homecoming Queen-113 Sr. Science Clube11p Monograhflub-12 I A A V i , REBECCA LoossEqMuLLxNs c Q ' i i' ' i Z Becky-April 61 Don't let thelsun go down on me, PATRICIA Ai4iigl'Niiili'LZOLD f "Clover"-Febi'uary,30 M ,',M ig Q. if fkfff ' 'A A' 'fTo know-IoYQQjis- toibe Iovod, andil know!" A , c Dmmatics-8,9,10,11,125 Band-8,9,10,12g Eorensigtsg-11.125 Science CIi1b+ 3,9,10,11,12-,,.g1QiQ, ff ' ' W DAVID OTHM-LAMER c David-Aprflivv 'Nou be anything, if yoiifrry to be eyggything. ,ggi .. Band-8,9,10,11,12p Outdoor flffack-+1,1.,1 21 'iVncioof9fTraclZll12pi C6655 Coun- 1ry..12, , ' lg -'fi 1 '1' ,f V ' YV if Q72 ' 'V 'K Viseniorsl ,21 It RADER we know bf ldvef' be 'friendslflbut there is 'am friend' who Beta 3? Semofs French Club-10:g:I,V. Cheerleader-10. RlCHARl5,xNTHdIflY SOWARDS-nql pictured T0"Y'lU"e25 459 l RCSY LEEERULL ' Roy-August 17 SUSAN IANE suauiff l "Sunshine"-May 27 A A , i b , "A smile will go a long lf? 1 W Debate team-10,1252D rill Tegm41o412g FBLA-10. 1AMEs DANIEL THOMAS , A l 1.D.-fNovember 16- 'ifjgzglj 1-V Spanish lclubgsg FFA-9,1o,11,12 1Assn. SentinaIf1Q. MICHAELTHOMAS Wifi ll 21:11 llll AUBREY MANUEL TOLLER Aubrey-May 14 ' ' . 1 i'Able, Mature, and Talented. Bethankful with what'you've got," Basketball-8,9,10g Football-95 Spanish Club-11,125-SCA-125 Who's Who in American High Schools-12. - if ,V 'A DEBBIE ,CAIL TRENT Debbie-july 22' j A . A V "Live life one day at a time and-live it toiifg fullest." Q Band-8,9,10,11,12p FHA-85 French Club4-1.0,11,12 Reportelr11p Pep 'Club 11,125 Eyrie Staff-11,12-,Co-editor 12g SCAf-11,125 Society of Di American High"School Studentse1,2. fffgi T A 1 , . CYNTHIA ANN TUCKQ C 5 A Cindy-March 25 i ij W '1'L y L : "Today is made for you." ' ' A - . l . MQ , j.V. -Basketball Cheerleader-8,9gV Varsity Cheerleader-10,11,12 Co-captain 125 FHA-8,9107 FoothaIlAHomecoming-91 junior Science Club-99 Class rel porter-105 Class treasurer+117'SCA-1Q,11,12 Secretary 11, President 125 Li- brary Club-10p Senior Science Club410,11,12g' French, Club-111,125 Pep Club-11,125 Monogram Club-11,12p Society of Distinguished' American High School Students-Q12,-DAR Award., ., DIANE ELIZABETH TUCK 1 m Diane-September 4 ' "You can't expect a person to see 'eye to eyetwith you if you're looking down on him." 'L - f W V A FHA-8,9,10g junior Science Club-8,95 Senior Science Club-10g11g1i2p Band-8,9,10,11,12'Drum 'Major--11,125 l.V..Football Cheerleader-91 l.V. ,Basketball Cheerleader-105 Softball Team-49,10,11,125 S.C.A.-9 lr., Beta lQClLlb--101' 'Spanish Club-10,11,12 Treasurer-12g Homecoming Court 3f8as- ketbaIIJ+l10g Varsity Basketball Cheerleader-11,12 Class Treasurer-11p Se- nior Beta Club-11,12g lr. 'Miss Contestant!! jg,g - - 1 pr-v."" war? ,aw an ,Yr-7 'UW' 24 Seniors - xii I 1 ' . 's1l'..gFfix :,:f5.I,,ik.F, . ,, . cLGv:s nz. ff Buddy-Deceffibexfzgge , L L FFA-10,117 l DARRELL LYNNKNHEELER L, "Zeke"-LSBPICMW6 4 EQ-B,9,1,0,1A1i Qiaplain+9, Repbrtei'-10, Sentinel-11- r 1ANEsGA1LwHEruiR LL L 1g 'ff f L L janeflune 171 L " STANLEY my WILLIAMS ,L 3 5'2f'leYf?i2!?Ei'EfY231 . L 9f Q 'f ! Math oub-sfpebare club-ercrosslcounxqy-12. L 4. Seniors L25 Part of remembering the way we were in our last year of school is remembering the bits of our real selves that were cap- tured on film. Here is a small segment of that part of our year, sometimes serious, more often humorous. Hopefully these candid reminders of the way we were will bring a 'smile for years to come. Diane Tuck shows fine punting ability in the junior- Senior Powderpuff football game. 1 Trudy Bobbitt exhibits the strange effects of Sock It To 'Em Day. I f'Isn't love wonderful?" as illustrated by Clinton Gloria Perdue races for the first score in the seniors' 12-0 victory over the juniors. and Kim. 26 Seniors ft! .-fig' ,. , NA -.Nw 7? i , L Q S. Y 9 + 2 Y 1- , S 'ai Y iff Z. 1 G 1 is wi, 3 j T - . J an km L ,rm - - K Y l .1 .,-1 F , .A ' i ' ' A- 1 f A "f uf f -W -f if ig s is ! YV M? y 2 MM Q 1, W eh, li I ml -1 G Q mr, if 1. s" vi Q I-I h x 9 ' Mk ....-,qv-ff' ,,,.....f-.na . ,Q X19 ,.......-- .............- X ' . '? af . . E :Q ,ak 31 1:. A A.. , I 4 A x Q H.. X f X .11-,A A 1 " X ai X W, . m s J z , e 3 x 41, Y 1 ' P 1, NK? J, X f J K A 5 K f I' ,Q xx? 4 , ' H . ,W 1 41' 2, 1 " -:W g Q 1 .11 . 4"' X W. We 1 Q55 ' R3 11,4 A x QQQSK 1 I "i iw , xr xl iv,-!52?l:E3 ,h .1 53 !5 f -' t x gf' , wifi If ' nf -,a ?'f1f,gfElifi " i ,:f-fee fqW4fm .K mg! 9 Lf-ff sau-.2 shy! 2 ,L .. h V,Vk J V, X f , , . ' is .Q ' ,gig N77 L W f 'J Q I " 1 ju We 5 f: 3 z fik ' ' 1 rms K ' T 1 " ffm Viv! :WSI ' 6 :gg X '-. Ly fa- QL! QL ,off 1,1 A N-M , :V f' L 5 i ' 4 f X I 1-,H . Q, - ' 4 ' ffl. I, ' L 1 .. . A ' ' 4 ,I 1, 'I 1 . - I ' 5' ,K ,H 4-fy 1 1 I 'm f' W- V. few . N, Y 'vu -11' We were juniors . Jearly at the topg ltarting our year with ring orde Xchievement tests and Ilass meetings. lhere was a lot of work lo organize and plan, lo raise money in every Conceivable way, Rnd finally to put on Our prom. lt was a year For looking ahead, Exploring all the countless Possibilites of what to do After high school. Receiving our rings, And seeing our friends prepare For graduation Made us undeniably aware That we are nearly there, That soon we'll be Seniors. rs, , var iw . M.4-J' f't,J'r lunior class officers are Chris Cosgrove-Pres., Renee Mitchell-V.P., Karen Howell-Sec., julie Martin- Treas. Avg Ricky Anthony Vicky Arrington Ricky Ayers Ernestine Barton Donnie Basham Y Debbie Bobbitt Sandy Bowyer Zane Branson David Brown Mike Brown 28 juniors Y -S31 Wx Kathy Bowles Vickie Bowden Frank Carper Lee Ann Carter Mike Carter . .as- 'Viz Wl1"n- '6 '- A all is 4? 3 , Q 4 is W A s Q2 A at -- 7' 45? is l lv w :M n Q , Jw Nathaniel Carter Debra Collins Susan Collins Dale Comer Chris Cosgrove N ll' mx I Sheree Craighead Charles Creasy Cindy Davis ea., J if A drenched Maw Ann Vassallo checks absentees. joe Davis Glenn Dinkle Ralph Ellis juniors 29 1 yllikijf' or g, ., . W' Y . ,ef . . 1. -0' Q fewer? , 35 will 3 me- W AQARW- A1--f K 5 YB "' 57122 , WV- 'blzijigfs M A , g. K 1 ...- joe Namath move over, Renee is working on her passing form. as Kenneth Grigsby Patty Hart Debbie Hodges finif rs . ' , 4355-52 Gary English A Qin wg.,- Barbara Ferguson V 'ESQ fi .151 I Q . 5543. , - pw x ,S ww fgfgill 14 'Es X lk X ,i .ye ,. K. , , we-2131: milf' Karen Howell 9' Lifgxw .rf Donna johnson Kathy johnson Marshall johnson 30 juniors Velma Kasey Kathy Ewers f Brenda Francisco ' . 5 , T i Q +' f ' -we , - ' 'V 2' X wfhl'?i?t ' 1 . ' i K Q . .1 . W - Y" - .W . ,. - xx .1 fam fix' Y at W 1 L sg was 'sp RM 5' 1 Y K iw' Q X ii ff, KX '5 2 f JY li 'E I X A I 3 X Q l 1 . ' , 1 .X Sandy Hubbard Fred Kendrick x ,ar if? 'Ur Q. Paul Kinsley Michael Lantz Allen Lipscomb Randy Lyle Connie McBride ,hw -1' 15 ive-Y Faye Markham lulie Martin Lawrence Martin Nina Martin Ricky Martin lal Vlzfjgf- A- L, .. M 'xv 5? 5 5 ..- gi ,. . .JIM F '-J WHYWB Manifl Calvin Mays Cindy Mays P V, A 5 , - - iff ' Linda Swain is cheering the Eagles on! juniors 31 ,ar -if Harvey Mays Sandra Mays Ricky Meador i J YF' Nita Miller Cathy Mitchell Renee Mitchell juniors try valiantly for the spirit stick. " " - 345 V' f ' ' H li 4. - V 'V , -25,5361 .f'Z,b,31' 'i rf' Eh., -gf' A 1' :asf - ,. J J- 11.43 airqf r-V ,:T. +fgfs:,f ..zf1f'. 1 K .1 3.,4,l,,,,g1i4,,f-, 1-,, f ' r 5 ,-.ff f- -1 1' - rw 'luv' QQ. f 41 ,X .mb N Ki TM. If n u i 33' if Q K xg 443 5 J vii' ,N 4 ,tl HE 1 t t Q l v ll is K M ' M . . P M M f, q 2 . iff ' l rg: r' -' ' Lg- 7-vw K M Al - 'J '. ' X gm!-' ' ,. 55- X. A fri? 1 M , . , . f if 1 , I l A lgw f X ': i Eli X ' li 'l 3-,"f"f"7"'Lfl' . I' 'L , . H1 - 'J l it 2 :- 'ffp iff ,L -:ii ' , or l I -YV. :iii-Q 14 y Alfred Morgan Connie Morgan Donnie Morgan lil K 11 151 ,Qi It ' i s "H " ' i V ,I as ' 1 ' , 3. lc ' QT' QQ 1' A inf ig 1 g' ' ill"-fm 1 - ., ' .. t. Renee Mitchell helps teach a cheer, Evelyn Mullins Linda Nance loyce Nester 32 luniors Cathy Nichols 4 vu... 3 C 1 Arron Pritrharnl .5....- if ix 1""'? Nita Nimmo Cindy Noell Bobby Poole Xml h,,, ir -e-av Steve Richards fix 1 x - vw 4 t Chip Rubens I-. 1 'farm Brenda Robertson 5, . 7 fl' xxlC"9 A " .A "3 1 . .W ,IW C . in ni D if ' kb., ' Q, ..... ...1 -as-R friakfe ' ,H Sandy Hubbard works on ff, AM! V painting technique in art class. , Q 1 ,.wa .SM Tim Rose W- . ' Q William Preston Inez Robertson f J - . 1,1!"s f ,..,, K Dennis Ross QA A Clinton Saunders L . Lenora Saunders juniors 33 UNION RIVER IGH sum Q'-ff N41 I .MIA ' 2' QKNK . , Hx I Q 4' . , , 3 K , 'K K, 1 I 1 Dennis Shelton Tim Smith Pam Spradlin ,vw if SEX' 1' ' af 'X .a.,,'g1L 4 Nw' M-F v--ff s.. Roger Van Wart checking his newest cheat sheet, the leanette Sublehe Brenda Swain Linda Swain ceiling. ' s, I x, ' 5 Q... Donna Thomas Marvin Thomasson Roger Van Wart a--av' Mary Ann Vassallo Debbie Waldron Curtis Welch Nita Nimmo and Cindy Noell show junior spirit. 34 juniors 'fi TJ ,x f - l . bl IXNX' Q s f? ,Sf , ...N we its , t Y Ricky West Gary Wheeler Q l0l'll'1 Wheeler Perry Whorley Kenneth Norman is caught engaging in a favorite pasttime, balloon-blowing. uf""'X Wh Charles Williams Dale Williams Sandra Williams Tommy Williams fl of ,..-.- Qww-4 4' - X., gf fs Y I, fi Gloria Wilson l A Scott Wilson Billy Witt Wendell Witt Kathy Woodford Kathy Wright juniors 35 We were sophomores . . Part of the school now, Becoming more involved, We were halfway to our goal. By now we have found out What Staunton River is All about, We were ready to be Active- ln sports, in clubs, In the classroom, In sharing ourselves With others. Now that we know What we're part of, We look forward To the best years, Yet to come. ,,...a gpmfw NW?" The sophomore class officers, lleft to rightj David Mullins-Rep., Basil Bays-Pres., Phyllis johnson V.Pres., Susan Moorman-Sec.-Treas. ng... 'Y it Albert Absher David Aliff Dorothy Anderson Sharon Anthony Wanda Arrington 429 Tami Aschbrennef Carlton Ayers Donna Basham Basil Bays Cindy Belton 36 Sophomores Lisa Board Dean Bobbitt Christine Bonds Hazel Bonds Kathleen Bonds 3 Mist 3 - 2 65 'iff N.. X... N I fig sau- -ws. 5 . gr . wwf :f f .H 3 , , , N QP y W 55 Tommy Booth Tammy Bowden Terry Bowden Toni Bowyer Randy Bowyer 'lrzgrfx Steve Bowyer Barbara Brown Barry Brown james Brown Larry Brown li X Fi, N y l x ' i x , Laura Brown Penny Burnette Annette Bush loyce Campbell Tami Cassidy Sophomores 37 ' 11N ' 1 .i 5 . . ' ' ' .Q in Vickie Chandler 4 , :4 l' ., , Paul Davis C ilk l 5 six . sf- Ne ! Robert Chattin jeffrey Clark Wendell Clement Wiley Crider f P' W. S+- Sandy Davis jeff Dillon Loma Dovel ludy Duncan P4 1 v Ls: -' rx A 39" I 31 ll 99' ,.L. ,L r K :egg ' 5 A N . :R V . 2 R - f fkigf t X l V I l N at ix - A lu -' ,fn fw-'7"i'- Ricky Ellis Kevin Eades jeff Ennis Eddie Epperly Q5 'fir ' L. Lg? i - ' Y C ,, 'iii' f C H' 1 s N i f? 5- W - to ,JL W . . F h. . 1A,,,,'v ,ty 1 'ls ' 4 ' " sv .1 f ,, fr C ' ixvff ,J ' f. M 34,3-KF-. wr . Q, 1 -i A x Milfs' asf ' Gs' i Cheryl Goggins is looking her best lor lenny Feguson Rhonda Feguson Teresa Fielder David Fletcher the Medical Careers Club initiation. 38 Sophomores . - i ,, fa, 'Qs-tu kk ltkfw v in Cathy Foster Dena Fout Hazel Foutz XX-, Nancy Fowler Keith Franklin Nancy Garber james Maxey is startled by the camera. Larry Garrett Laverne Garrett Connie Gates Cheryl Goggins Mark Gordon mfkfiiw f-JI T1 W r- ' 'X x e fm 1 james Hankins Mike Hardy Mark Hartberger Dawn Henderson Gerald Henderson Sophomores 39 x Edward Hensley David Hill Larry Hill L "4f'Tv- N., yQi..:.,5,: - A. . .ig . we rg f 94' Q' l ES' R 5 54? . ff n ,Q l lx f' ' S if I 7 Mike Howell Valerie Howell Barry Huddleston L . lv k ,Q Cathy Hogan Vicki Housman jimmy Huddleston john Huddlestnn 15 N 'v iw 'li l 1 Henry Hur! Edward jacobs Mark jacobs Harry johnson PBSSY l0hf1S0f1 40 Sophomores 'hm '00 .v,, 4 5, 5 I, f X-:R wi 1 if , J MET. 'fi . as Phyllis johnson Steve johnson Dennis jones Donna juhl Glenda Ketron lulllgl Pam Lachniet Stephanie Lipiczky Ellen Lipscomb Sherry Lipscomb Danny Lynch zz- 'fe .. 31 Libby McBride Linda McCormick james Maxey Rebecca Miller Ray Mitchell Karen Moon Susan Moorman X, Randy Mays 4 V .Q A K g, 5 i . - waz is 'Esc HL, - Wig" K fig H4 9--J' 1' 'WL 'fgmfn iw Playing basketball in P.E. is a favorite of Kathleen Bonds. Carolyn Meador gun! Sophomores 41 l .-nnillfllml. Henry Morgan Ron Mullins David Mullins Debbie Muliins Albert Nelms in-. - A, Nancy Nelms jenny Newman Kevin Eades is working out a serious problem. Danny Noell Mitzi Nunley 42 Sophomores Myra Osborne Billy Overstreet Kevin Overstreet Terry Overstreet Timmy Overstree! Michael Palmer N 5 . ., ' af- Qi R Q 5? x Y W if f f I . , Glen Parker Dguglag Paige! Barbara Peck Mike Pendleton , X Qi 45-nm, Bw xi' YZ.. ff' 4 is X , Sandra Perdue Reggie Poindexter Connie Powers Ethelda Preston Daniel Pritchard 'Ihr 'M 1 Q I if! X Q X' 5: f Z . K , 2 4' ,C v Pg 5 si' lody Purcell Kenneth Radford Sharon Ransom Teresa Reynolds Heidi Richards R P 2 'Q Y - Q L ,'i' -f ' , 4- L f- fvj - 5 - 1 1. wx ' ' 'asp K 9 1? ' f F Q 2 4 1 ,ilu ' , gf '--'1' ' :- :YXA ' 1-cl Vemon Robertson Ricky St. Clair lane Saul jeff Saunders Pam Saunders Sophomores 43 S.. Teresa Seay Allan Shrewsbury Ellen Silverman Cathy Simmons Carol Smith Kathy Smith Deborah Stephenson Lynn Stevens Rosemary Stevens Tim Stump i l v T: T 4 Lx - ! Xi, W J: 5 I, f 12 f - I I T 1 f , . f f-'4' Thomas Sublette Sandra Swain Dale Thomas Ronnie Thomas Linda Thomasson 44 Sophomores Mark Thomason Regina Thomasson Terry Thomasson Faye Thompson Kaye Thompson Cindy Toney julie VanHouten vc::v Earl Walters Mary Lynn Watson Barbara Whorley Doris Whorley if if if f ,lf ,f . ,,r ' gf C5 - has i y Richard Vaught Tim Wade Robin Walker e T , ' s i 3 as A lf: 3 iv . ,V as ...Mr ' 3.1 ix , , - W 1 Eddie Williams T f K Il X X Betty jo Wills Ricky Wilson Deborah Woodford Tina Woods ...rr , , i' Thomas Sublette studies for a change. Sophomores 45 We were freshmen . . finally having a place, a name of our own, full of enthusiasm for our school and our classg " N 'i1':"'ie.f'g'fQ.g' , ,: 'agar .-141s.,'-4f:':-"a-8155.21'.v,,s'. f"-A ES" li 'AN-:.,r-. -f5..v-1w--- .L A1 un. 12-I-5: -f'1,, ',1.'.r:f2'.f-CV-"1. .L well into our high school experience but still a long way from the end. 46 Fresh men Freshman class officers: Cindy Dillon-Rep., Donna Gaither-Sec., Bette Branson-Pres., Carolyn Craft-V.P. Not pictured: Eddie Epperly-Treas, . . ,. N, I 77 'V bf' uf """" A . ., ,W 1, ,Nqx S-1 , is fi X i xl 'xxx Gall Anderson Ruth Anderson Harvey Anthony Roger Aschbrenner Rhonda Atkinson nfs K IVV Tx A r ' 1 ey, I F vi - , .xl . A '. A '1 'fx ,L . . I l ki.-1 A lax RObir! Bays l0Sephine Board Tommy Bolling Gene Bonds Steve Bonds 1.1 Trina Booth Stacey Boothe it Q W,.':,::,1, V K 3 ' T1 'VVL B rl A .Q SN '- , C , hd- 1 faq .Y A 5. B QP ' lames Booze 'M 1 WX 4 W 4 wall 5 lx "" 7 fi ,f . .4 ,,"oN 'N H X vim: . ., :gf 'W' ' 519' 'X , . - z , 4 4'jQv?..' . , ,L 1.1 Q-QE ff. giA,,Q,i K 1 A231-9 in Sandra Bowles l0Y BOWYGI' lon Bfadd M Qi B 1 ' 7 is ' 1 A 1 R XL s ui Bette Branson Debbie Brown john Brown ' ig ,M g-,1 ,E I ELL. 'N . uf- -' Ang. H. H -olw h Lfgfh ax l Mary Beth Cabe Richard Campbell X . . B -L ' A l ' C WL, is . David Chattin Howard Cheatwood Barbara Catron Kathleen Cheatwood Brenda Bowden 4 wr' ' ,J- us vx if ly l bl I Mark Bradley Gracie Burdetie f in K ., .yi ' l Michael Bowles a M f, . 'W ' -ji A-.l fl- if - . ' Donna Bramlett Kevin Burnette Q ! it 15 U B 4. . 4 'T fo 1 4 4 - as ,LJ C wp- ezesgz' . W J B Q35-?Ii2" , ' 3?-I Y PM Iggy f V 'W , 2 Q! Q 5 . fe 'An -f " in - X B ,, I Wy A X ' 'Sly Q '9 - if 5' . Carolyn Cawley Tammy Chandler A K Y ua lv gg, .r A --ff 153 ' ' "" 4 ' ' f I . V - - ' 515,33 I 1, . iw .A In an 5 ?S,3-5. y .. Danny Clark Pat Cooper Freshmen 47 48 Fresh men 1 gg, JW 6: I . Y. Q? 2 .tc 1 4 fb- 7 f s f V gag , A ,Ng : . ,, s 'QW- QQ ', 2 X X ' T Carolyn Craft Randy Creasv Keith Crouch Tom Cunningham 'Z' 0" If-5" ll- .14 snaron Dawson Ann Delong Cindy Dillon Tammy Dillon r ,A Theresa Eades Tammy Ellis jerry English Shirley English K ir- . we Valerie Farnam junior Ferguson Vicky Ferguson gffwgysi,-. M r .. ' -va-,., 'v g 'U' W5-lf at Douglas Fielder f . , n - ag 1:,,,g9,wg,,15 , ,s 2 ' W Q- asv wh. ,.-1 f . if . ' 'V 1 , bl 1 -1-:wr . ,, ' 'WX ' -151 V'-Y ,' 1 I 1 Linda Davis Q fi' vw-GEM W , '- ' f A lx Melanie Dooley Q 'ii' inf? 1 r' ffgfmgf j . wx' ' , W I 'V . C E aggyfkieil L fi '- Us Qbvx Q, Wglguf 'iiil as ' 'lm ' l Ps. T ,W , , ,L Laura Eppley in-Q ' Luke Foster Carl Foutz Teresa Foutz Thomas Foutz Robert Francisco David Foster . 4. if fi 1 V V 1' 'N Nl' 4 An,- V ur? - .c f -5? ' a s 4 ,. 1' .X l R 7 H, -4 - 1 ' , 113513. If f it X... AZ? '1 W R ,-ll' 45' 9, i X l my Q ' .4 A H:3:EJ:i.f1 ' ' ' il Donna Gaither Robert Garber leffery Giles ,iz 74 V - NN A oi 1. 'dv 11" , ,f 'ti 'rv . V xl ill if Q' ' v w. fi, , V, K -' LL ' Carol Goggins Donna Gray Y.. ,i.,t-hx S' Libby Griffith Belinda Grubb Gary Hannabass as Carolyn Harris Timothy Hayden Billy Hedge A - alfa .R . Y ff YA 1 "M Q in 's il: 5 1 f' fl 5 ll NK., lhs l Tammy Hill Bobby Holdren Carla Hoppaugh .. fi' by A A .. 'W 'Q 1, Q 'Q' ll 12:7 . ,g .- . 4:- W z,, R 'S' Sharon Home Debbie Hubbard Leroy Hurt Robert Harkrader Ronnie Harman Gif lames Hensley Denise Hill Cindy Morris gets caught with her mouth open again! Freshmen 49 50 Freshmen Sys! yas. ax Sylvia Hurt Bobbie Hutchens Mark jala Vicky janey 42' '21 53 - f 'vs vsp- ,gco , .r ' 1 Linda johnson jerry jones Mike jones Nancy jordan SL. David johnson kan 423 Patricia judd su.. lswx .J Laurie Karnes rfx '05 s......5 Vicky Ferguson shows her spirit at an Eagle game. Dean Lafferty F , 'f'X"'W A UU' ' 5' ,--L ug. x, W 1 -X Fay Krantz Gary Lantz is lQ,n " . M " - Riff' far-was Mike Latham Sarah Lawhorn Vicki Lawhorn Lisha Lee Bonnie Lipscomb f i ' I V .,,,.s. fa if 1 Q, 'J flea? ,f , ' ,f-'S f 0 Q O lm hx. K , 12' . QYAQW ' isis? X X N. s Ann Martin Ronnie Martin Billy Mayhew Kathy Mayo Bobby Mays .- P' ei' L P , . X., N . Q f X Q 'W f, H A gb " :ii P 5' v. ' P v .,. fl 3-5 3:3 ff- "rw .A . ' ,ps P , Q x . B in a . I Q 3 . P i y 'S Q. , , k -by, gc if ka, ' '. Y 41 Sherry McCaleb Dennis McCormack Tanya McCormick Rhonda McKee leanette McPherson Q- Donna Merrill te I 1 jerry Mullins fxla' ? W ' L av Avi' 'Q nw. an r Q A 1 i Nl, 54 x -R ,,. E-k ' . tv ff Q52 5 ms-W' in L4 kt if .v-lzitdmiiffflttz Danny Mitchell Ricky Moon Cindy Morris Brett Mowery hw- 7 K Lois Nimo Collins Orange Barry Palmer Daniel Palmer ii y 5? Q A y y ' K l " . V.. 3' 'N A 111 , , j l 'N X ia . ,A,V l -' , i Nl! . . 'P U I , 4 ' ., , ,E W.- C li , -Y V Q- M 1 . x , K -, K. bi f vi. V f . x , P " ' . Q- fx iv I Ricky Powers james Parker Mike Parker Patricia Pendleton Tim Plunkett 'lr' Freshmen 51 52 Freshmen fx Avsgvvu loanna Riggs M N JUN is n-- it 1-Lrx Q , i 71. ff: Q ' K' Cl' ' Debbie Scott -Q5 Bob Ross .-,1 'Vw-V' Ml-.' A X ' i Billy Sellars fi 'IT' g,', A 1 Brenda Saunders Darryl Saunders Freda Saunders F 5 T is or f.,' T . W 3i+f':T5f .11 , l my N ,lg L ' J , . ' .1 if ,L LQ is- r' 'F:1.'f-25 -,- - vp.- , - ', ,..-..,.u I - . K A " , -111:-, -5533, Q- -- V 9,0 51, gl 'P A -tw-N' . - e, w'::'r'Q1.f.fv U Vik ' 1 11 . I.. ft Franklin Silverman Cindy Sink Ricky Slocum lc , N, A 61 , we i 1, ,.V,. . ' , A , , NK jg y 1 c If 4 A gg Ashford Smith Shirley Snow Randall Spradlin Sandra St. Clair Paul Thomas pwffgvafv- K ,fewer 3-.i bu., hu- gi: V I I K-1 Ein Agaauft ' A 1 1 1 , . 1 2 A s f so it X .. if 2 Teresa Thomas Constanza Thomasson Dennis Thomasson Peggy Thompson Richard Thompson gg JN' f 1'-'P Trilyon Thompson Stephen Tuck Suzanne Tuck john VanHouten Kim Vann 5 ,.. ,' s s ,. E r so W i My M A r V D as V Ji V V Y -1 ,. L X ' A K 1 , ' I f t i Kathy Vaught lames Weeks ' "-' M sei! , Y' if X Q 51 ,lyk 'ri , - , fr-,..f14,,, , A , yr... V A , -' K my 1, I .L ,, t ' i ' 2 il I 3' iw t all ' ' ' W I f, ff w i 5 .I ",., Larry Western Douglas Wheeler if zzawv 1 . , ' W is f lskifl 5 if N? . af' is Vx e' r 9 4 A-. . M .sis , I ,, N if I at my Terry Williams Harold Willis Bonnie Lipscomb and Robin Bays keep with the Eagle Beat. S i fl' in if ,, W - me Denise Wells ty-V1-me in ' , gi af A T777 . 5, 19 e t + l 1 X Q l xx ls: I, ---r ff- nllix ll 2, 55 Me. l 1 ni , Patty Wheeler :Qs "'-. lg ,. ,J qw, 7' " "R X in , Mike West Sandra West 0- uv... Doug Williams joey Williams 9 1 3 't"s .X fffbilti ' . 'St I A it f' , , Mamie Woolridge Glenda Wyne Freshmen 53 We were eighth graders . We were newg We were alonep We were scared. At times we felt completely Left out Of the whirl of activities Around us. As the year progressed we Adjusted to our new environment. We met new friendsp We met challenging situations. We became a part of the whole. We have made it through Our most difficult year Of high school, And before we know it sci' ' is- -44 i,,V I . - . . . . . Eighth grade officers are, fseatedy janet Swain-V. Pres., Robin Lafon-Pres., Qstandingj We Wm be the graduatmg Donnie Lantz-Sec.-Tr., Gene Preston-Rep. Class of Staunton River. "Myra YM ' A tit , fl it N L 4 ' 'T' 'f" 'X ' ' rg , ,N t fi ' i t -, fb Q V' Martha Abbott Kathy Akers .gf W 3, ts .'Jf.'t'.'.'-X A '- Brenda Arrington Teresa Baker 54 Eighth Grade 55,4 wx ..,..., Karen Aliff Ray Altizer Timmy Anderson Glenda Andrews 3 A rslr i rv .gf t i ,uk - A.. ' V1 , Vicky Barker Linda Bartlett Beverly Bart0r1 Cheryl Belton 'r zgsaivgf ,H A ,t-Q 4 ,-. Qc' 3 h, .v- 61 ss. ,ly lggflh. f A . 2 LEW Angela Berger Angola Board Keith Bond 44- janice Bonds Teresa Booth X I . j fn, V 1 1 g ,- Q M ba . 4 ,r, T., -L '5em""1l ' 4, . , f. s, Rabon Boothe 4iyQw'1k r, e Q34 'Ri Ve BMW YVQCB X far B any me ifa 1 r inf y B any t so we , A W ?i if'l gp, nw 1- 5 yr N 5' :Q-i VV 31, ibn . iii? ... , f , ,L i ' lj V f f ll er, iw- .171 14 ,gf A 5 KN 5 -, ' " - :V 5 4' 211+ ' ji K 1 N H Q X N f- I If x .... A it A I Deborah Bowling Donna Bowyer IUUY BOWYEF Sandra Bryan W , ,f ,V ., , ,V i .,3,a,g . Q- -'35, :Fm 2' "LN" V? ,,., ,,., Q , 5 R I Danny Chittum qigiif-1 ,, , fn .-uf.. f 3 ff- ' , werf . 7 Jig,-3 4335 ! 'Fiji Ie. . H1 N I jeff Craghead n 4 '65 ff 4. W In .N- 1' .1 5 ', gfgfn 5 'Rfk ' ' "Il -,A '-" 5if?fgiii.4:'.f 1, 6 in '-my .1g,,4,x v . v. .. 'f,',9,, S ff . :au 9 4 .. inf Don Burdette ' ' .T ". .1 N2 janet Bragg IWW, 'gffeffjug ,ey jeff Bramlet . ,. A, "Jef Dennis Brown B an if l A' ., .Y-A i Y: A I "" 'Q Dale Byrd Timmy Callahan Billy Calvert , 'i'o ' ,r -' f ' '.,,,21z ' ' v, , Q, 1 cg H . , - -as 'f 'X' s A L l 1 ' .,,:"" ' t f f ? fi , ff- e 'iii' l B' " z f or ' ' ' . y, ,nil 1 Y AL H B , , 5 , , o 5 ,y,y ' 1 P ' l graft --:L WKAN L' V Boyd Clement Cline Clement Cindy Cook Sarah Cooper t mwwyiks fs egyffgn - B or -- is v "' , "2 "1 'Q' I . 'N 'X VV "ii t A V In "3 "L 1, Y f A .mini-, 77355-- 5 1 l ,l 4 .B Q tf:'nQr-v.f-i-'.:- t 4 Kenny Craig josephine Crider Martha Cundiff l Daisy Carper Artie Craddock Christine Cunningham james Cunningham Eighth Grade 'A .M-in i ,iw 2 K, Q fs LW wma """""vllum.,l ' C ..---5 2 X-'1L:' fro- H' -X -1 ' -f ,fi Ricky Davidson Ricky Davis W Clarence Wheeler and Dorn Willis working diligently? Susan Delancey Cindy Dickerson "" ' V ' 1 X7 , 3 1 "" :Z 'W til' f " K if A ' " fa: W .. 'U F Q 1 N as y . David Diggs Tina Dodd R0bel't3 Duncan Stephanie Eades lohn Eggl6SIOf1 Mahlon En8li5h Brenda Field Robert Ewers Pamela Feather Charles Ferguson Gail Ferguson Sheila Ferguson ws he Sandra Fielder Stephanie Flowers Anita Floyd Janice Folsom 56 Eighth Grade so :R mi' K iv Q, 5 Q f Larry Fore Ricky Fore K, E -D-4 , 7 1' 'R tg, X ir" s Larry Forrest David Gaither Ann Garber Eloy Garcia Patricia Gates Mark Gilley "i ng: ' i 2 ii Ml I ..V' il ' 1 ' 1 X , :Alia ' 0 X . Patricia Hale it i?iXf.1 Robert Hill i --N7 ,...'E' K+-:,f'j. via. z" Irs. , Q- . Buelah Huff , sr ,Q .,, to A Q, vang ' 7 kk w 2 " X 1 A - 11 " Tim Gilreath Barbara Goggins Deborah Gray Steve Green Frances Hall 2 sq.. Sli I jeff Hall Mike Hampton 1 f nf A 'rf'-gurl' A 12-ia: QTY i , , ,e f iziyff' A, , , 5. V ia + -. 1 ff P . x. f- Qgl is L.- - - faq 4 wif, A 'f i 1 2" ' Q' . s V... M V, 1 , y, AQ, K ,D X i V ' Q. W : vgys Reginia Hodges Robin Hodges Gary Hogan i.,. gli su -2' , ff i. N. ur 1- -- Carol Hurt is qv--4 Q 'rf ,. ' ,L A 'S K K Vi- 'K . ici, U t l . . A3 7A W . l, 1 D . Y' , Shirley jackson Lester johnson 14 41+- Gweyn Henderson EQK55 " l fiszffll 7 N211 t 5 4. 2. ,f-, ,, 3 .- ,, G f E S, 5. lL X x ,',.g- - egg: 81. . H 35 A is .il ' tg., 4 , -5 ya, nga. gg, ,V , me , ., .ff A X' iw? at Y. Q 1 X E if ffdiliiig - ,, ,K ' it W Bonnie Gillespie - W .. 1 , wnigzaa V' . f WM. , I, . ,v , 1. 'ii' 43 5 A gr Ji was N 'E Q 'Q Q x :ggi fa lin ' ' 'Q A 'I I '3 Donald Hale i-'if . ' fllg. -'i 1. ,s l A fiat rl E " t x My , . f J Kathy Hepinstall Chuck Holdren Shelia Holdren V '-H E .Y ji. 'ig 'A 1 . . 5 i V I -Q ' - V t ,fr , 'xQf'f'T3i -'ii-ii--I l f ' fx, , ,Q sw, . 'I-..-Vw - 1 -.....- Peggy johnson Debbie lones Eighth Grade 57 4-s 'uv M 5 5 Thomas jordan jackie ludd Robin Lafon Alfred Latham t it e 5, H 'gm y ' Terry Martin David Mason Mark Maxey Sherry Maxey Q, , Af? f 'Y . -QQ? ' "' 5T ' EQ. " .... mf Side 1 'Xl l A Eddie Meador L., sw: wr . Sheila Updike seems to find pep rallies suspenseful. Willie Moon If in Af Wi Thomas Moorman Kevin Mowery Tracey Mullen Bobbie Mullens 58 Eighth Grade z., K - x , 1, Cathy Lee Mark Lyle Dreama Mayhew Buddy McBride lim Mitchell Mark Mitchell Teresa Monneyham Billy Moore , .,,.A M, .. I I e .H -X 'L '-P--m' E ' - ' . 193. f, -1, Q3 F11 fm ifrfiff. 4' fi. ' Steven Mullins Charles Nelms 5, t Z YQ., . l johnny Newman Ralph Nimmo Steven Norman ,A 2' A H 'W' K new ' , .,'. Q 9 - ' - QS, l w e U fl 5. i gf 5 Q, , t . . ... , . ii 1 or E ff- ll x wg 'QV , , ' if ,P W x iz Y, - my 52, . ' ' ' f'1 as lf v 3 , ,I , , , M Linda Palmer Michelle Parker Mike Pedigo 'Q-A Kathy Presnell Pam Presnell Lisa Preston ., .K Eg .,, -t-f-Q . -tg 5 if' " ii-a if i 3-1 5 K -i g,f?gtQL,l:-1 ' ' .. . WW H Z K f' .X an , ,W .. wr MV E lx f Xe ,.k t 1, J 1 K P K J ll if l . l X ,54 2 V. I , ,-1'. S f -P P ' ML: i 5 K i 4 A -X Billy Overstreet David Overstreet left Overstreet fl, 3 . Q if it 1 'J Bryan Peerman Sara Peters jeffrey Powers if A we gg 1 . -it-, it F N X I' Posey Preston Kathy Reynolds David Saunders fit ' to -vs X' , 'N .t it at :N 1 5 ,SW l S K , 'E Q W ,? A X gd X x K f t 5.41 Y IA 52 Kathy Saunders jennifer Scholz Hugh Schultz David Scott Carolyn Shelton Steven Shepherd , I 'ix , :lr 3 at P A . 1 f "- X A . 'V . . f E 3 V .W 1 Mary Ann Simmons Richard Smith David Snow ' gviqziaafl .tta 'S - ffl H..- iw- -.r jeff Sowards Tracy Sowers Robin Spradlin Eighth Grade 59 11 4.4,- T- I .Q px Connie Stevens Woody Stevens Lynn Stephenson Nina Stovall lerry Sublett Dawn Swain 62 I Pk af! , Y' 'Ng N, 'r Q 23 I Q , X-A L Us .L,, ,gf 5' 1 ' i l ' janet Swain Michael Sweeney Cookie Thomas Darell Thomas Vicki Thomas Ricky Thomason 1: x Mary Thomasson jeff Toler w 3 ,I - fn 14 ,yi - 'cz 4- Eleanor Vassallo is ready for a pep rally. Tracy Tuck Debra Tyree IgQA '1il ?'f I 4, 1 Q. ix" ' , in Jw, ff- J.. my uni, I 'S i7'5fl . 'I 5 it A , gif? gf ' A ' Y , va.- V ,E Dm ' T ' I i Q M, Sheila Updike Ted Van Houten Eleanor Vassallo Douglas Wagner Debbie Walker Mitchi Watson 60 Eighth Grade Q. ,3 Q E w g gm 1 ' r "1 gxpuql E51 S X l- Q x A fl Larry Weeks -1 ,,,, . -' -A U agar, ,ni x Q KO a L f , v 9 A hr' 'SG' Mark White 529-ggi -2 fx? Q gi' af, Q an t ., Y .. gi fin Si S M' t I Dean Wood ff f 1 W? , ,W .rw .M t,,, .ft ,,., . ,, . ai., , U-,- ot 1 Q tie' ' . gif' - 12:-1 ' af - i " Y . . r 1 t . 1 , - , Q . Stewart Woodford Max Woods Steven Wray QR. Y" A F , FQ, , 5 3 My wi' .4 'N 1 Y r i r ' , 4. ., ', 6, A gi' 4 x Y p Y l X 1 ,ly I X X I 1 lx fain .1 Q, af f L N J gi 35119 iff E251 'X r a 4 ,iw 1 Linda Wheeler 1 E, . w-eng, G X .I 9 gtrfllfizgigx y and es. i My , at x r ' Sandra White Roger Williams Scott Williams Trams Williams Diana Wilson Connie Stevens and Brenda Fielder exhibit 8th grade spirit at Someone attends Math 8 incognito! a pep rally. Honors Of Man Kinds warded SRHS Students Who's Who Among American High School Students is a national honor or- ganization. Who's Who recognizes high school juniors and seniors for their out- Shelia Crider-Who's Who Robert Morgan-Who's Who 62 Honors standing leadership. Members are elected on the basis of academic achievement, club involvement and community leadership. A Novi Tim Minnix-Who's Who Cathey Morgan-Who's Who E32 i is , as ,S ' Brian Hancock-Who's Who . . - Fm - ' V ,li aa F , :lf 4 , A ' ve' sv . , of , A Av g 5. is ,tj g , 4 .it 1 Y k ix, I V 5 W 451322.13 V . I ' -vf tl! A .': X Brenda Forrest-Who's Who Aubrey Toler-Who's Who in will wsiftbi - Donna Angell-Who's Who, Distinguished Students Glenda Kasey-Who's Vvno, Distinguished Students , .V mf- l Liz Harkrader-Who's Who, -Distinguished Students g:fzw19e-aczfggqk, , 'L v ,W , I Q ,,,,Q1,t V, i 6:2 ,M It 'f ii i' .M Randy Hartberger-Who's Who, Distinguished Students Martha Hoskins-Who's Who, Distinguished Students A fs f ,rr ! K 4 ,, Q , i Q I ' ,L Kathy Sellars-Who's Who, Distinguished Students Gloria Sellers-Who's Who, Distinguished Students ,fr 2 if W 2 x x i? 95? 9' ' y' Clinton Western-Who's Who, Distinguished Students Cindy Tuck-Who's Who, Distinguished Students Honors 63 The purpose of the Society of Distin- guished American High School Students is to further the pursuance of high aca- demic achievement. The program pro- vides national recognition for these lead- ers of American youth today. ln addition school accomplishments, the society makes S900,000 available in its scholar- ship program each year. It also hopes to inspire younger students to set higher goals for themselves while still in high school. i 1? Diane Tuck-Distinguished Students leff Moles-Distinguished Students Helen fades-Distinguished 5fUd9m5 1 alt." ug' arg' -.-sxmm -I f,?'e"', -v--, "'.i.' ."' sr, -S -s -1'-0" -tr? X Q -st' Debbie Trent-Distinguished Students Mary Hoskins-Distinguished Students Kami' H0PP3U8h-Distinguished Students 64 Honors Alfred Morgan-Distinguished Students an 0 julie Martin-Distinguished Students Linda Nance-Distinguished Students .S .LEW g 11 NKJV Cindy N0eH,DiS,ingui5hed Students Sandra Mays-Distinguished Students Chris Cosgrove-Distinguished Students Renee Mitchell-Distinguished Students Honors 65 mann: Liz Harkrader was the winner of the Bedford lr. Miss Contest in November. Liz was one of five girls who represented Staunton River. The other girls were Helen Eades, Diane Tuck, Cindy Tuck and Gloria Sellers. Not only did Liz win the Bedford lr. Miss title but she was voted Miss Congeniality by the other contestants. Liz competed in the Virginia lr. Miss Contest in lanuary. I .Q "Burt" Shomaker ion the piano, shows off with the Virginia All Star Band members. From left to rightp Terry Williams, Bobby Dillion, Robin Morgan, Pat Nietzold, Diane Tuck, David Looney, Bette Branson, Helen Eades, Lee Ann Wimmer, Reggie Poindexter, Brian Hancock and David Palmer. 66 Honors fi Q35 it ei 1 tiff M .1 tai Our school was a contestant on Klassroom Kwiz October 21 and October 25 On October 21 they scored a 180-110 victory over Christianburg High School On October 28 they were defeated by Tunstall High School. Those on Klass- room Kwiz representing our school were Glenda Kasey, jeff Moles, and Clin- ton Western. hun in .r s SQ . ,F , I .' X fly, has . Ja, t 1 . I . . . Kenneth Delong started lifting weights in january of 1974. He was the youngest competitor in the state, competing against men of ages 25-35. His highest honor that he now holds is first place in the H1974 Virginia A.A.U, Teenage Olympics Championship." 1 These three students, Kathy Sellars, Clinton Western and Martha Hoskins were selected to represent Staunton River at the Radford Math Rally on December 4. Students from all over Virginia took this exam to test their mathemati- cal ability. fen- 'ik Cindy Tuck was the Senior girl awarded the DAR Good Citizenship Award. This award is made each year to a Senior girl who exhibits qualities of hon- esty, dependability, punctuality and service to school, home, and community. Honors 67 . ' 'Qing 1 1455, We were leaders . Teachers, administrators, guidance counselors, Secretaries, bus drivers, Custodians, cafeteria staff- Working together to get the job done, Agreeing, disagreeing, working out problems, Frustrated by a ditto machine Or a tardy student, Tired of answering the phone Or sweeping up more papers, Making up menus and cooking lunches, Driving a bus crammed with noisy students, Regulated by bells and duty schedules, larred out of routine by pep rallies and assemblies, Sharing one and all in the disappointments And the triumphs, the excitement and the humdrum. -,lui , Qt! H.W. WOODFORD Principal RONALD W. MASON CONLEY E. WALLACE Assistant Principal Assistant Principal 68 Administration X l ffl H ,V I ' 'i xx , A 'E OTIS G. CALDWELL L, SUSAN FAUBER ERNESTINE P. HARTIGAN Director of Guidance Guidance Counselor Guidance Counselor ,pad RW Awvw' NANCY L. CHATTIN Bookkeeper .29 GLENDA M. LAWSON RAMONA R. Secretary Secretary W, Ny, WOO DSON Office Personnel 69 -tg, GERALD AYERS GLENN M. AYERS History, Geography English, General Business I CHARLES QBUDDYJ BOLDING Biology 70 Faculty if :mst :J v 'WST ROBERT L. BONDS Science 8 and 9 ,mv .Y ,un 13111 ,.f3g1l'F3lQ nv' T-- wr 4--in ...fih ...L- 2 S , Mb.: ELIZABETH R. BARKSDALE Home Economics, Science 8 1 QS! 5. - wf5j'2?. ':f".l5'-Gfigg wx ' VFX .Q 'firmx IRENE W. CHEEK English . 'is 1 I F MARIORIE C. COOPER Chemistry, Science 8 ,, Aung ,W xg I Q . ' Q .1 Xllu HUBERT B. ECKARD Algebra, Math 8 and 9 4.4, HARLAN V. CUNDIFF Mechanical Drawing, Math, Physics ,.rc V lil 2 Egg: ' -.qi fl 53,4254 its 1-fix, I ...M-f, s mg . , 1 "W: FII uh!! in 1, M FRANCES FANNIN Librarian Q- 5 -- f X , ' . N X . 4 , 1, XX 1 3 , '25, ,ilk Y LUCILLE M. DAVIS Home Economics RICHARD D. FINE Geography, Government, Minorities Faculty 71 K Slim 1-7,51 x M5191 2,5 . .atb I A - I Q IACK FUQUA Science 9, Biology ,J K - A ' IJ .J I 5 . A X WI, if. fri nba ji I aw ii A . A-iA L .fg:x2'.I.'yxx KX XXX, 'fi-i9xxIg.'f: A Q4b, " ' 'R -V A +I' Q a n X ,ixiky 5 g ' figwi J , 5 Ng? 'YQ exif QQ-54,1 :gm L: -Im -,3 U 7 1, XIMJQ :xxx . ' L -fi' ix Aim- - SQA! ag Wi If 'iw Il'-I I 'DY ' A'..9..a-' I 2 ' I fifixxxlf' I U ' 4 .gif jx I' l 1 ., , , ..., , A ALICE E. GOAD Algebra, Geometry f LINDA S. GRABER English Q. I .., N I ,, 1' . f L4 . I ELROGER L. HARRIS LOIS I. HENSLEY C. DAVID HIGGINS Consumer Math, General Business 72 Faculty Typing Art .V L E n A A L . 4 . R- ,.. . . , w ,Q any y 1 .Q ' says , , tw 1 my . . M N no ' Lv fx 1 an Sm f' ' f ' .,g,M,A4 'M :.1:w1f..Lh. 1: - Liv, -ff, KW, A Ndgkvwiiv 5 W 5, f .aid Ear f " ws X v ' ff' s , z ,wqik 31 if wh .IK 1' Yv 'QQ S-fifir ,"." ,nl . 399' Ac: , 4, , if we , -f z ff' f' ,if ., f, . , ,fl 15 51.3 wil: djy l c c . V, K5 ,TQ 'iii if 5 -I 2 CLARENCE M. HODCES, JR. Math 8 IUDY M. HURLEY Home Economics ,+a1'- fi X444 ii iaetzn. it ,uf EL ,Xxx ' g tl, J Q 5 a' 5,1 1 V n Lx 'Q V5 I min ':.fSW'? A A X MARY H. HOWELL WILLIAM D, HUDSON Reading Math 9, Science 8 :a 2- 3 A-v "' 4 55 L,.' 1 fn- L , . , U .X 4 . I uf, N R Ev: ,fa fa, ' x - 4' I-4 f TJVLV, , Q 'ga N ' 1 hgvv, nk N 5, 54 ! g,X:fiif,'iLp A l fi 'F . V .Xp ' 5 if A MARGARET IOHNSON BE'I'I'Y I. KNIGHTON Library? Aide English Faculty 73 if .-. r ,.:, ,Luis 4- aff.. . RAY LARGO, IR. English, Government, World Cultures TPWI . ,.,. I 155, ., - I Wg K ff if 'f . -fi Q14 'aww ,..14:11.,.5g si, inns: 1- I HOWARD R. MCMANUS DANESE MABBITT History English, Advanced Math WILLIAM MABBITT CLARENCE E, MAXEY IAMES E. MITCHELL Art, Math, P.E., Public Speaking Agriculture Algebra-Trig, Geometry, Math 9 74 Faculty gg. LOIS B. MITCHELL GAY MUTTER French, English English FRANCES H. PENDLETON THOMAS L. PETERMAN English, Latin Physical Education N sl N y i I ,-'TK .1 1 im ft? V xi N i, S. ' Ji, DWIGHT M. PAULE'I'I'E Agriculture i SARA C. PHARES Physical Education Faculty 75 DOLLY H, POLLARD Study Hall 1-I I g tx I I in y P wf..L N, MARILYN C. SINK English, Spanish 76 Faculty 25 iffy LL.-:'.-u y EQ' EUNIS T. SAUNDERS N. DOUGLAS SHOMAKER Government, History Band, Chorus '... 'Y .5" 'ii it Lg? CHERYL S. SMITH DWIGHT S. STONE Chorus, Dramatics, English Industrial Arts tg J 4.74 cl? , K ,fi ye C KAY B. TURNER DIANA M. VAUGHN HORACE A. WATSON Special Education Stenography, Typing Agriculture ,..,y, Fi. xc 1, M. DALE WILSON ANN P. WRIGHT Physical Education Physical Education Qs Faculty 77 1 L. ' GERALD CRAGH EAD DAVID HUBBARD Custodian 78 Staff Custodian IANIE THOMASON Maid ROBERT HUBBARD Custodian Qui? 'sw WNZGZF 5-in 9 47 ' it ,, A 5' ff M. L-5 5 .J we., OSBORNE WATSON Custodian l BUS DRIVERS, left to right: Mrs. Bowyer, Mrs Kasey, Robert Morgan, Mrs. johnson, Mrs. Han- I W P, ,. Y 5 if l J N 'T' 1 J' . -rf - ,JA sd 'V 4 1. lt' , P: W ,, fx S' Q I -, 1 . yi nabass, Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Tibbs, Mrs. Lafon, Mrs. Mrs. Mullins, Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Po Stevens, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Deel. lard, Mrs. Nuckolds, Mr. Underwood 'V v J" . fs 'Splash 6' x"'s. "-v . gf i ,lf i CAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Nuckolds, Mrs. johnson, Mrs. Harper, Mrs. Sheppard, Mrs. Drew. Staff 79 ff A -2. ' , 1 r 73'-sg E. . 6' 250 K R' D Science Department The courses offered in the Science Department at Staunton River give the student a wide variety of experience in the world of science. From a study of the earth around them in 8th and 9th grade, through animal and plant study in biology, to advanced ideas in chemistry and physics-there is enough to explore to keep anyone from losing interest. With science so closely related to every day, the Science Department constantly seeks to make the study of science relevant to every student. -Q-f.,, Mrs. Cooper explains generator aparatus to Susan Sublett and Mitzi Nunley. ,wi ju-it t f' Q 4- y. a , ,W ,f""" l ,Z F we for 7 Carol Smith, Debbie Mullins and Sandra Davis present a report to biology class. 80 Curriculum Y, my Y X 5 Y ,li .L 499W ' ,,.tf??T'? Gary Gibson and joe Davis cautiously watch Roger Van Wart experi- ment in Physics. pmi ,,yt li' aye if - ..,, 4,1 xx 'Q H ra QQ Sandra Bryan and her lab partners check the directions for the investiga- tion which they have begun, I 4,-iii" '.4J't"' 'J w n- - 3 lerry lones ponders an assignment in math class. ath Department Few people really like math, but everyone finds it necessary 1 to use it in daily life. The Math Department accepts the chal- 3' Ienge to equip all students with the basic skills in math and to 2 .. r also meet the needs of students who wish to pursue the study of math beyond the basics. Those who choose to continue their study can enroll in algebra, geometry, trigonometry and advanced classes. Q, W .fly Susan Moorman explains a geometry Dronf to her classmates. Mr. Eckard answers questions on graphing in Algebra ll. I' Carolyn Cawley demonstrates her skill with signed numbers. Curriculum 81 English Department Because English is a required course in all five years of high school, the English department is the largest in the school. The aim of the department is to provide a relevant and effective study of English language and literature throughout the high school course of study. Although English is a required subject, many students are finding that it can be fun and challenging. ., ,. . During English class Sherry McCaleb, Debbie Brown, and Sharon Dawson use their free time to look through the popular Scope magazine. HM : . w R, K' in Q. " A Y, will .... A l ,. gn- After completing their long English assignment, David Palmer, Robin Morgan, and Cathey Morgan work on the language game in their Voice magazine. 82 Curriculum . ,- t,.?5,..f . K fl . SEQ. 5 t f 225. .g..t . Q57 , f a "b gg "- - .I Q gr A, A E ii? 4 kkqf mv xml ',,. E 9 lx! fl, 5' E Bobbie Mullins takes advantage of the library's facilities to read her favorite magazine. ' ,wav g ii 4 7 Gracie Burdette answers questions from her work- book in Reading class. if Q Ti it 'W 5 'L O While certain members of the Special Education class work diligently on their class work others find time to be amused at the roving photographer. ' Education Two new curriculum areas were y opened this year in the area of special needs. A reading curriculum was estab lished to help students deficient in read ing skills reach the desired level of effi ciency. Also a class was begun for students with special needs. This group presently numbers eight. 'tt- As a special interest project some students are busy beautifying their room. 1 t, Miss Turner discusses with Bobby Mays his assign ments for the day, Mamie Wooldridge and fellow student place trash where it belongs. Curriculum 83 Foreign Language Department The Foreign Language Department of- fers courses in Spanish, French and Latin, ranging from exploratory courses for eighth graders to third and fourth year classes for advanced students. Since all the courses are elective, the classes are usually small, giving ample opportunity for students to receive individual help. wit .l a 'QW .::,g,i:.:, gk, . . Y -if 'ff ' ! " '5Mill t ,.-., 1 . lit ,Q 1 r 622123, V i' 553 if K ft. ,mm Wav F ' :l5f?i5?iT1' 1 'ft ' ' 3 ' V MAJ il LV xii ' .1 Q. 5 iw ' :BER i ff, fa it L-li l, iisttwhf ff- lil' -' t 27 , tv,..r....,. L . W, 1 Hifi - . left? .ii Theresa Eades checks her knowledge of French verbs. 84 Curriculum jeanette Sublette, Linda Nance, and Bobby Poole discuss a Latin translation. i m , r. wx' 3 I A ft' Ml i' ,I .'llll 3 V "ii ' ff iisia ftfii 2 'S S- - FF A QA Nw . U 5 .. ,af . 2 ,Q , ' F' '- rv' gli 4 ' 'Ig 1- al - + 5 'ff 9 'I ii F 'fjig . . 7, Miss Sink questions Eddie Hensley and Dennis lones in Spanish I. ,- an L '.,' 1 Q 'iv ' Eighth graders seem to enjoy learning dialogues in Mrs. Hartigan's Exploratory Spanish class it 5' l v-tin: 1-gnu: .4 2 -Af gf x ""' -1 Ll Mrs. Saunders assists members of her U.S. History class in locating source material. ,I few' . pv- ' 4 Lois Nimmo and Glen Parker compare answers on a geography assignment. l gg- ' "ffl fm 2 f -- f if " ' . . N -.. i 3' yn 1 -I .. , ', '52 ' tt" -'ft " if ,-, -.,l ' ffl? fl ' in y X im: ff? X. , I . V4 -K 1 ., .a V Y Q y. . 1. ,l W hh 52 f' gf- . " 5 . . I I ya Z Ag . f , l I K V 122:31 ' ' ..f1f R ' .. ",'::1:: H , Q '-Q " , ,1 aj X I '- fisiiigiish :j g "1 'FJ 'A 4 .BQLEA x W " 2 " wa - lunior history students listen closely to Mr. McManus' lecture. Social Studies Department The Social Studies Department offers courses in geography, U.S. and world history and American government. This year the courses World Cultures and Mi- norities in America were added to the curriculum for students with a special in- terest in social studies. LD. Thomas questions Hazel Foutz as part of a student opin- ion poll conducted by Mr. Fine's government class. Curriculum 85 Vocational Department ir' 1 V. . A Y --. f . gin' f. ' ,-322' f Fit' Q 1 X Harry Johnson and Carlton Ayers stain a trailer bed they have made in class. s sa s Wm Tim Stump works carefully on a design for Mechanical Drawing. Curriculum 86 ..-ts Tommy johnson is busy with a welding project in the shop. s. E Ronnie Thomas works at the anvil with a metal project for his agriculture class. is ig J, i ,Ia ,Y i kj l A ev A Q if - wg kv 7- ' V ' - 4' , l 'Uh Debbie Chisom concentrates fully on a .typing assignment. f, ,. , . ts, if .HM is Q. ..5g41:.,-,ivgpg I Q sri, , f t B' is Qfgfw ' 4 if L Q :U f' title Lf 9 ' xy 'X N .S . Z , V ' r , 'iI.4:.-. , x Q ., R L N 4, I 1- - f 1 5 Q.: .1 1' l , ra..-ff ,gf T :.- -T .-,.':-rl' -- T T l M. " f :'-f'.'.f . N t QV 'N -Arshgjwl ,M A xy f J- ' -s ::. s , g:g:Q'-Q14-' ,,h i El., V - .-3., ,.'., X- .PQ 16" A 4'4" - 'NSS'-' r . . . ...x .2 Q... . Mn' ' LS' ' ' ' ' - i f- twin y,,,?., 1 . .gr ,K Becky Mullins, Carol Moorman, and Gloria Perdue practice using the adding machine. First-year Home Ec. students admire their sewing projects. The Vocational Department seeks to offer the Staunton River student the ba- sic skills needed for many jobs. The agri- culture classes offer a variety of farm and shop experiences, while the Industrial Arts and Mechanical Drawing courses aim at preliminary training for industrial jobs. The business curriculum includes the basic skills and knowledge needed for secretarial work. In addition to the vocational training offered at Staunton River, many courses are offered at the Bedford Educational Center which fur- ther prepare students for jobs after graduation. -maven-1 n I . 3 I sf 1 W he Q-fayml Ing, .ell ' 'fit l"f K' 1' 2 'ld XM' ffl,-ai' "mf I J .. g g, I ggi V' H. lf? V tg ' ' 2:5 , A? Ec. students share the fun of Exploratory Home cooking a new dish. 87 Curriculum "Express yourself" That is what students learn to do when involved in the Fine Arts Department at SRHSQ whether it's playing your clarinet, doing a dramatic reading, singing a song or showing your emotions on canvas. lt's Q. Llc f N Arts Department all you and your own feeling. The Fine Arts Curriculum offers such courses as Exploratory An, Art I-IV, Dramatics I and ll, Public Speaking, Exploratory Chorus, Chorus I and Il, and Band. lat T , fb x E, yy, gf Drama classes joined with the band and chorus in putting on a Christmas program for the school and community. ,, W,.., Ng f 1 ' T - , ,. """"""-'Wm 1' , An Art student works on spirit posters in class. The Concert band presented a program of Christmas music for the community and its fellow students. You painted her in the WHATl??? 88 Curriculum KGLC - " Vi P.E. girls practice their basketball techniques as part of class program, luznud ina:-an-A .W u-Q...--. I 1. at ,fff , Q! . s fs' Phys. Ed. Department The Physical Education Department is concerned with that part of the cur- riculum which strives to teach our stu- dents how and why to keep in good physical condition. In recent years the offerings have been expanded to include Advance P.E. for students beyond 10th grade who enjoy team and individual sports. Q W, . r Qs. sf , 'L ,.lp,,w-X , W ,, K . ' 5 fx 4 5,-1.,f'I,," ' ', I as ,. V -sw was Mi- ' l if gm ,LW V1 .- x x 1 . V : y i, , F' "1 'wifes Even though snowball throwing is not a recognized part of the P.E. curriculum, many SRHS stu dents cannot resist the temptation when we have one of our few snows. E. y. ini" Barbara Whorley works to perfect her Iayups in Tedious they may be, but exercises are part of nearly all P.E. classes. class workout. Curriculum 89 90 Activities N s We were involved We were many, With interests and talents Of every kind, Working and playing Together. We worked as clubs To improve ourselves And our school, To share learning experiences Outside a classroom. We had fun With homecomings And a festival, With club projects And inter-club Activities. We learned, we had fun, We succeeded or failed: Most of all, We were together Sharing the experience With each other. Activities 9 1 Fall Festival ls a Big Hit Fall Festival '74 was a new addi- tion to the Staunton River social scene. The Festival was sponsored by the Forensics Society, who ren- ted booth space to all clubs who wished to participate. The enter- tainment included a haunted house, nickel pitch and basketball throw. Several clubs sold gift items and there were many door prizes. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the Fall Festival Queen. Nineteen girls, sponsored by clubs and classes, competed for the title, which was won by Mary Ann Vassallo. Y i 1 , f . st ' I . of 4 1 1 Ellen Lipscomb and Betty lo Wills are busy selling tickets for door prizes. The FBLA sponsored a "County Store" with many attractive gift items. 92 Fall Festival ,f Gypsy Cheryl Smith has found a lost hobo. l l Mr. Wallace and family enjoy the activities 1 N. 'US ft 'ef -Q. ' is ,ipggstww gf ,J E3 gi Ill? Xt Bluebeard Shomaker looking for pirate treasure. Renee Mitchell makes a convincing hobo. Queen Mary Ann receives flowers from Mrs. Smith and Miss Mutter. if 4 4 .fl sri? '13 7, . MC Glenn Ayers congratulates Que Q . en Mary Ann Vassallo, gr- 5-udiilff The Five Finalists were: Left to Right Robin Lafon, Mary Ann Vassallo, Sharon Anthony, Cindy Noell, and Carol Goggins. Fall Festival 93 Homecoming Theme Is "Get It On" The 1974 Football Homecoming was a major event this fall. The theme of our Homecoming was "Get It On". Staunton River Golden Eagles played Liberty Minutemen. Preparing for the exciting game we celebrated Spirit Week with Color Day, Lick 'Em Day, and Crazy Sock Day. A bonfire before the game served to improve everyone's pep. Half- time festivities were made up of recogni- tion of the Homecoming Queen and her court, with a program by our band. The Eagles fought hard for a long-overdue victory which slipped through their grasp in the final seconds. Final score-Liberty- 22 Staunton River-19. Queen Donna Settles is escorted by senior Mark Crockett. 94 Homecoming Homecoming Queen 1974 is Donna Settles. .,,r ff A pre-game bonfire helped fire up Eagle fans. W iff.. 13 i .Q 1 l 3 X V 4 e-4 . 'll fjf " . 4.4.4. X- af! ,fr Coach Mabbitt introduces our team during the Homecoming pep rally Senior class representative-Cindy Carter is es- corted by senior Charlie Davis. Sophomore class representative-Barbara Brown is escorted by senior Aubrey Toller. Maid of Honor-Cindy Noell is escorted by junior Ricky Meador. Freshman class representative-Cindy Dillon is es- corted by Sophomore Allan Shrewsbury. ., Fw, - I I , gfi r 1 junior class representative-Linda Swain is escorted by junior Marshall johnson. Eighth grade class representative-Kathy Presnell is escorted by eighth grader Max Woods. Homecoming 95 Eagle Spirit Peaks for Basketball Homecoming Basketball Homecoming was not only a one night occasion but a whole week of fun and excitement. Each day of the week students expressed their spirit by wearing crazy socks and ties, tacky clothes, school colors and badges. On Friday students and teachers came dressed in their "Fifties" outfits. On Friday night a Homecoming queen was crowned and the Goldenettes made a special appearance. Eagle spirit really ex- ploded when our team scored a 72-70 victory over Gretna. c.. 1 s F- ,-4 .594 ' c 'n tg Kfw, e at fl , Q .. 563 . .AW- X x Marcia Woodford, Mr. Mitchell, and Cindy Tuck join in the spirit of "Fifties" day which was one of several Homecoming week activities. 96 Homecoming VW., '- "1" C " ' ""' L C' i Q Z? it X' r a----L s F T?-71" : Q r' P Q . 'NE ' ' ' sql ' V . g if - , 3, f. . s. 5 'mi .sa ..- ' 'W ' ' -- . 4 2 g . X f- 4 . Y Y .3 1-nv, , X Q Y N 4 ll ,L- e -. ,. . it S If X Goldenettes perform to "The Candy Man" to start off half-time activities. Y xx Mascot Margie Goggins joins IV cheerleaders Vickie Ferguson and Carolyn Craft in watching the tense Homecoming game. l The Eagle scoreboard at game's end was a thrilling sight to loyal Eagle fans. fl 59: ,. worm- 'V n a be ,f R . 4,3 .. ' y ? k wa qji . l x VLL- Eg 1 is sg S at Q W" 'A' s..,..,e:,f tier' at 4 S 5,4 Y, w,x"'f wwe 1,1 :suv my it-9 'ix it ' I Q , , 1 . 'gf . fy' NSA.. Queen Kathy Zimmerman was escorted by Steve Lafon. Sophomore representative Cathy Simmons was es- Freshman representative corted by David Booth. corted by Terry Williams. fl wa i S 2 Ex-5' """" junior representative Ricky Meador. Cindy Noell was escorted by . Twmvql X Ag: wg vi.F,"ff' 3, I Donna Gaither wa S es- Eighth grade representative Robin Lafon was es corted by Ray Mitchell. Homecoming 97 SCA The original body of the SCA, made up of class repre- sentatives and organizational presidents, has been di- vided into six committees. They are: Student Welfare, Community Service, Finance, Building and Grounds, Elections and Publicity Committee. Under the theme of "Dawning of Awareness" these committees have been reaching out to unite the student body of SRHS and to promote school spirit. Among their projects has been Football Homecoming and sponsoring the campaign to get tennis courts for our school. Right: Student Welfare Committee QL to RJ: Kathy Sellars, Chris Cos- grove, Robert Morgan, Aubrey Toller, Karen Howell, Gloria Sellers, and Marcia Woodford. Right: Community Service Committee Back row lL to Rj: Eleanor Vas- sallo, Peggy Thompson, Tami Cassidy, Carolyn Meador, Robin Lafon, and Nita Nimmo. Front row QL to RJ: Ellen Lipscomb, Sandra Fielder, Debbie Trent, Vickie Ferguson, Valerie Farnam, and Helen Eades. 98 Clubs , UMM,--ua. - N. .. X x , G , , grae . t . me , Officers lL to RQ: Liz Harkrader-Tres., Bette Branson-Rep., and Gloria Sellers- Chaplain. 1-,S-iin Eh sm st- g Left: Officers QL to RQ: Cindy Noell-Sec., Marcia Woodford-V. Pres., and Cindy Tuck-Pres. with sponsor Mr. Ayers. Elections Committee QL to RJ: Kathy Hoppaugh, jessie Franklin, Glenda Kasey, Cathy Nichols, and Bobby Poole. Publicity Committee QL to RJ: Carolyn Craft, Bette Branson, and Melanie Dooley. Clubs 99 Beta Club The Beta Club honors juniors and Seniors who maintain a high aca- demic record. These members not only need to make good grades but also have characteristic of honesty, service, Leadership and responsibility to their school and community. The Beta Club held a tapping cere- mony to induct this year's new mem- bers on Dec. 12th, in the auditorium. Eleven students were presented to the President for membership in the club. In October the Beta Club spon- sored a trip to Klassroom Kwiz. Glenda Kasey, jeff Moles and Clinton Western represented S.R. They had one victory but on the next trip were defeated by a bonus question. Front Row: L. to R: Wendell Witt, Brenda Wheeler, Ken Norman, Cathy Nichols, Connie Morgan, Alfred Morgan. Renee Mitchell, Calvin Mays, julie Martin, Kenneth Delong, Chris Cosgrove. Back Row: Helen Eades, Delores Blankenship, Pam Habbard, Gloria 100 Clubs .El t rv Mrs. Pendleton, sponsor, poses with club officers: Donna Angell-Sec., Glenda Kasey-V.P., Kathy Sellars- Rep., Liz Harkrader-Pres., Clinton Western-Treas. .- l Beta Club inducts new members at the tapping ceremony. tt' ' ,. . ei. 2. Sellers, Martha Hoskins, Randy Hartberger, Donna Angell, Kandy Hutchens, Gary Atkinson, Glenda Kasey, Clinton Western, Diane Tuck, Diane Deel, Cathey Morgan, Kathy Sellars, Liz Harkrader, Denise Moorman. 1. sf' -- Delores Blankenship taps Chris Cosgrove into the Beta Club. .51 5. , t 5, N , - ,, , .1 '- T il X H V , I 'si ' s l ' T -'PGY .i.... T i it it Y , T . I st . . tty' .X C Y 1 Q! ' 1 - . L A M' 4'.v. ' 'ax -Y x ', i ' 'Zv.F?f15.f' -i A . f ' 1. 1 ' V " - A cf-' -"i'?.' 51 Jy' fi- 4 il - "" 6 X 'N I1-"i'sf+r" .2 'P I' - i ' ' 1. If - Qmflgi-"g-a.t.:.'. .ur - , a. Q, Q A . --fx , I u 5 . .. i g: . If LL HU ,:::: 12:-5, -- - ' Officers are: Sec.-Treas.-Rep.-Chris Cosgrove, V. Pres.-jeff Moles, Pres.-Clinton Western if rswl. ... Mr. McManus gives Roger VanWart some competition. f. , E . l Q, l i s r XY .-ao' . ' . L - . ' fkvffiva,-I Qs. 1' 5 'f . we +.. .- -vias 1 L, . fir ka, 6 Q5fs"".3'T K -4 I y J ' , ' l" f' -a-I. ,. glgl el' 'Q fs if A k gi .,., ,..., .kX, . , . . . . ,,,, . . .. ,aw I Chris Cosgrove makes a move against Ken Norman. , '91 Chess Club The Chess Club is a special interest club which meets after school. The members are all "chess-nuts" who love the opportunity to show their skills or improve. In addition to Mr. Mitchell, the sponsor, other frequent faculty visitors are Mr. McManus and Mr. Glenn Ayers. The club hopes to soon be able to form a team to compete with neighboring schools. Meanwhile they compete with each other to polish their skills. ' .iii- yf .ff 1 Sponsor, Mr. Mitchell concentrates for a win. k .E r X t... A I L Bret Mowrey studies his position as Darryl Saun- ders makes a threatening move. Clubs 101 The Forensics Society is made of two former clubs, the Drama Club and the Debate Club. By pooling their talents and energy they have been much more effective this year. Last year these groups went to two foren- sics festivals. They did so well and had such fun that they decided to go again this year. They needed to raise a lot of money, so they worked on sev- eral projects. The Fall Festival was one such project. Although many clubs participated, Forensics Society mem- bers were the work force behind all the fun. Their doughnut sale provided "breakfast" for many SRHS students throughout the year. .. - V - L , Q- Q., . , 6 2 if . '4-'ie-'.-V The Forensics Society officers are: Susan Moorman-Debate Sec., Renee Mitchell-Debate V.P., Ellen Lip- scomb-Pres., Sandra Williams-Tr., Chris Cosgrove-Drama V.P., Miss Mutter, Ken Norman-Drama Sec. I W' i.. -1 ' .J K -f ' ir A gp. H ffl ' s ' V 9 l . A ,J 2. f X N .. f,,,'.f- nv W? I L k ,.,- U A 5 wi . Sandra Williams sells another donut to a friend, for the Forensic Department. Sandra Bryan and her partner work in a Forensics Society booth at the Fall 102 Clubs Festival. Forensics Society f r W i XXI Mr. Largo, the Pick Pocket Man, sells balloons at the Festival. Maryann, Sandra, and Steve search for evidence to use in a debate. .J X n""' Sponsor Mrs. Smith poses with Ken Norman and Pat Nietzold, two first place winners in the Central Virginia Forensics Tournament held january 4. Other winners for Staunton River were: Donna Gai I N ,, ther-2nd place in Girl's Solo Acting: Chris Cosgrove-3rd place in Girl's Proseg Billy Hedge-3rd place ?'HY Hedge refds the poem Casel' At The Bat at in Boy's Poetry: Sandra Williams, 3rd place in Girl's Poetryp Carla Hoppaugh-3rd in Girl's Oratoryp and 0'en5'C5 Pfafvfs Mark lala-3rd in Boy's Original Oratory. Clubs 103 French Club The favorite activity of the French Club is eating! Since the French are so famous for their fine cooking, the members of the SRHS French Club enjoy exploring the world of French cuisine in new ways each year. At the club Christmas party they had the op- portunity to sample rum cake. Plans are made early in the year for the spring banquet which features a vari- ety of French dishes for club mem- bers and their guests to enjoy in a French cafe atmosphere. : - , 3254 il ' I ff nf -afar" French Club officers U, toRl Martha Hoskins- Pres., Chris Cosgrove-Tres., Mary Hoskins- Sec., and Cindy Carter-Reporter, admire the dart board. 104 Clubs fbjyf 1 as "' Qi, :A 2, V , Q Mrs. Mitchell, Debbie Trent, Helen Eades, and Kathy Hoppaugh frost yule log. 2-we ,ct t l,ol "" I l l , ffmllllff' la , XM ' :H M' fi tt. C P 9 if I x 4 A ,1 :E I . , , ,- ' V , 1, ,C X French Club members get refreshments at the party. ,. ,,,. IX 9 Ll f' E t xr f"' is sw 5 P. . 'i W ,.s 1:1 L gl - as Q .f' ' Aug' ,A. ' j . as ' 1' X Fitlll? 'rig " -f 1 -4 Doing what they do best-eating! -'-, -e-+v--- ,feta ' l 5 3 U si lv Math Club officers are QL to Ry Carolyn Craft-Sec., Bette Branson-Pres., Melanie Dooley-V. Pres., and lo Anna Riggs-Treas., Rep. , 1 ,K joy Bowyer and Valerie Farnam participate in the Math Club project. junior Math Club The junior Math Club is a group of eighth and ninth grade students who really like math. They spent club meet- ing time working on concepts in math that were new to them. They made an after-school project of decorating the C fgff' ft f X 1. , ns.. f r .w ,, walls of mobile it1 with basic math in- formation. Besides providing the club members with fun, the charts, tables, and diagrams are a big help to the math students as they do their routine work. Suzanne Tuck and Mr. Hodges, sponsor, explain a problem to loey Williams. M... f.--f-f-1-r'7r'ii u'.,1fez12z'Q-gt -JNL--L 'J g51,,l5" --v-V-v-Mfr Q IQ V t+y"'v-"' l 1.,g-tm.-.-,,7 .Ya I----fe ' -'j Vijigq . , I E . 5 t B 'f-f-ffwgff t l L . 5 f s--'A-"j:"f':gigl . --y - k def-f-gf' !,,,,. .LLL lg V -1 1 --it f -A H' " .QIQlfZ,fffif.f-iw , it 1 ,Ami ogf-g,t.,fi'f..,.p'7: 141, s at Sheila Holdren searches for the answer to her question on the ad- dition chart. Clubs 105 FBL The Future Business Leaders of America is designed for students who are interested in the business program as a career. They try to plan activities that are based on the business culture, which will help students to prepare them- selves for the business world. The club helps to provide business experi- ences to augment classroom work. Officers L to R: jessie Franklin-Reporter, Kandy Hutchens-President, Martha Karnes-Trea- surer, Chipper Zimmerman-Secretary, Cindy Carter-Vice-President 3 -lf S 4370 xmas, I "ny, rf ' in . :Q The FBLA participated in the Halloween Festival by opening a Country Store. Sponsor Mrs. Vaughn and President Kandy Hutchens 103 Clubs Sponsors and President: Mr. Maxey, Randy Hartberger and Mr. Paulette. i Officers L to R: Albert Epnerly-Sentinel, Greg Thurman-Reporter, Mike Webb-Vice-President, Randy Hartberger-President, Mark Hartberger-Treasurer, Buddy Mayhew-Secretary Mr. jamson, of the rescue squad, came and demonstrated first aid technics. FFA The Future Farmers of America is an organization for young men inter- ested in the field of agriculture. Their aim is for the development of agricul- tural leadership, cooperation and citi- zenship. Some projects of the FFA have been to hold Gospel Sings and to help in community roadside clean- ups. As a BOAC project they painted Pooles Feed and Farm Supply Store, and also tore down old buildings in front of Moneta Farm Service. They are in the process of building a park in Chamblissburg. They sold ads for a FFA Calendar. They provided trash cans for the school. lohnny Fielder assists Roger jamson in how to put on a splint. Clubs 107 FCA Essentially, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at SRHS is a Christian service or- ganization designed to promote Chris- tian stewardship throughout the student body, It strives to make the Christian Doctrine manifest in student athletes' behavior and influence. Q Al 105 l 1 5,1 1953654 wnwfftw- W Q We t r Q is 108 Clubs Above: Officers: Bette Branson-Rep., Ken De- long-Tres., Cindy Tuck-Pres., Zane Branson-V. Pres., and Cindy Noell-Sec. Left: President Cindy Tuck discusses plans with Sponsor Mr. Bolding. Below: Members listen to morning meditation. diulbu , . A V si ' Q 5 4 ,-TX ' ' ' X ft "' L 77. It ls I I Q x -J A - , , l - 5 A-pg 4 1- I i3'fi9h,' W 4 ft A A "ir A A A A ,A-,F ,Q ,A Aims C file s' i"",Tnf ' 5 . Lax'-D Ag" 1? grim , - .Wm K . " -H 1' A f' ,I - . f - v, "I ' 'vi H: ., ,wan " f l t 3,5 T' ,R ' ig , ' Y if fi W' , A f V K.. V: Interested FHA members participate in discussion. Officers: Dawn Henderson Sec., Glenda Ketron- Pres., ' A iNi"dmM' i x -2nd V.P., Teresa Seay-1 st V.P., Cindy Toney-Re Cheryl Goggins-Rep., Nancy Fowler-Historian. ' an :M Q if President Glenda Ketron presides over meeting. Q. f 3 I i A , lei ff c. leader, Lynn Stevens- , E? ,-I f'f'!3 f FHA FHA is among the most active clubs this year. They wasted no time waiting for the year to progress before starting projects. At the first of the year SR pen- nants and posters were sold. To cheer up the patients at Bedford County Hos- pital they made gifts to give to them at Christmastime. The FHA has also at- tended the Fall Federation meeting at jefferson Forest, Degree Program and they took a trip to the Roanoke Civic Center Craft and Art Show. bfi? . i . Ng . "W ' 4 f ga- .t jay? 1.'.t 1: A FX: jg, Q1 I if E fi Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Hurley are sponsors for FHA. Clubs 109 Latin Club The Latin Club is a small club of present and former Latin students. This year at Christmas the club de- signed a Latin bulletin board for the li- brary, using club members as "an- gels". ln the spring the club gets together for a banquet. ' r 0 0 , V mfvm ,rw . Q MQ .slit . ally 421 , gf X ,sf 'F?,v, Wy? at 'W 14 13-' .qw .K KJ " Q,,,,,,,,.m. ' . JE' 5 -.Q -.V if " . . - -ff' 57 r """' tm .,j,j" than L Ma.-s Mi , K ? tm., L L Linda Nance rtra sone ofthe an elson the Latin Club sponsor-Mrs. Pendleton makes arran e- P0 Y A S 8 Club Christmas bulletin board. ments for the next club meeting. P r WF, , "' tt .lt T' ' . 'V jk.:-1 I it "M, 'in t,X3fl'lfA The officers of the Latin Club are from left to right: jeanette Sublette-Sec., Bobby Poole, Paul Davis, and lim Hankins pose with the Latin Club's display of Linda Nance-Pres., and Zane Branson-V. Pres. Christmas greetings on the bulletin board in the library. 110 Clubs aw A fc Barbara Holland types out a new library card for a popular book. xx' ... mn 4 5555 44 3 s 'iw ... aaa--f AX Club members: Teresa Seay, Sheliah Crider, Shirley Maxey, and sponsor Miss Fanin keep the library well organized. 14- h . A, ve ' KY 4' X - w w. A ,tavfif ,gf I 'rife :QQ Kathy Smith checks to see that the library books Teresa Fielder files the library cards for the many are in order. checked out books. Library Club The Library Club consists of seven members who assist Miss Fanin and Mrs johnson with the regular duties of the li- brary. Some of their jobs include shelv- ing books, stamping and checking out books, and stamping passes. ":"""-M. Y Faye Markham returns a reference book to its place on the shelf. Clubs 111 ff '- ff EK. , lf' d' l l b Me :ca Careers C u A X .I p The Medical Careers Club at Staunton River is aimed at helping stu- a 4, , dents prepare themselves for further work in the field of medicine. . " ' Club activities try to introduce each member to many areas of medi- cine and provide information for those who already have chosen a special interest. As., Mr. Woodford inspects the First Aid Kit which Rob- ert Morgan presented to the school on behalf of the MCC. Club members listen attentively as secretary BJ. Holland calls the roll and reads the last meeting's minutes. 112 Clubs Phyllis lohnson, leanette Hall and Mr. Gerald Ayers, Sponsor, discuss plans for the club banquet. Q V f f' X ,A 'ii' -f Q N au- Qi +ve 1 3 4 ?' Club officers are QL to Rl: Robert Morgan-Pres., Goggins-Rep., Nancy Fowler-V.P. A fr y r , 'S , at C ig., A D L V7 ' Fa' Uibl A y - . ws ,, 1 C: EW . v K r Il sf r -as li Q 0 V 1 Q 2 f 1- ,. x I Q al X I wg . I ' gg : -s 4 411 .. Vi fs.. so J E ALE l .SAA--' Phyllis johnson-Tres., Barbara H fkfnifa. olland-Sec., Cheryl Monogram Club Club officers are QL to RQ: Pam Hubbard-Sec., Cindy Tuck-Pres., Mrs. Ann Wright-Sponsor, Marcia Woodford-V.P., Sandra Williams-Tres. um...1...-- .f We ... . 5 Any girl who has earned a Varsity let- ter is eligible for membership in the Monogram Club. The Monogram Club sponsored the Horror House in the Fall Festival. There were such attractions as the "dead man", flying pigeons and spooky music to scare anyone who was brave enough to enter. Another project of the Monogram Club was to pay for the football cheerleader's Homecoming flowers. Also on Mother's night, the mothers of both the varsity and Girl's Basketball teams were presented with flowers. is Y .stay -Q if gy amy ,Tags A , mf? ww" .. if C-wg ' v , 'l'f'l'ii?Y, jf., gn ,. .,.,ywi1+s" 7, gf y - -".f.:355 Ally' afia. The main attraction of the Haunted House was a badly mangled "dead body". Left Top row QL to RQ: Marcia Woodford, Cindy Tuck Middle row QL to RJ: Mary Hoskins, Chipper Zimmerman, Martha Hoskins, Donna Angell Bot- tom row QL to RJ: Diane Tuck, Gloria Sellers, Pam Hubbard, Sandra Williams, and Sylvia Howell. Clubs 113 P if 5:2 Carolyn Meador looks over Club booth. Pep Club Anyone who wants to show a little more spirit and back the Eagles should join the Pep Club. The Pep Club is a group of students active in keeping school spirit alive at SRHS. Colorful posters were in the halls to let everyone know when the Eagles had a game. Also, pep buses were taken to away games to give our team more support. In the Fall Festival the members sold hand painted T-shirts with such designs as Mickey Mouse, Tweedy Bird, and other types of designs. - JS' -ee-P .N ., ., at i L. W 1 I , In ' r es f- ' . , t 335' ' ig' . P .C , as ein.: yt LJ , gf X Qffwf i 5 'V ' i Donna Basham, Doris Whorley and Tami Cassidy ponder over ideas for spirit posters in a book the merchandise at the Pep if 23' r -f g f 2 if M -,,f f I J" I ZA -get f 'Q' fi, ,f lulie Martin, Renee Mitchell Chris Cosgrove and Karen Howell advertise their dance 114 Clubs , Q at Q ,m Officers: G. Sellers-Sec., M. Hoskins-Treas., D. Angell-V.P., C. Western-Pres. Q L ,. 5. ' f V -4 Y , S Marcia Woodford, Marchall Henderson, and Liz Harkrader listen to Gloria Sellers call the roll. :tw-Salim:-' 3 ki Q fig, 5 Glenda Kasey, Mrs. Cooper, and john Hall listen as the President-Clinton Western conducts the meeting. Sr. Science Club You don't have to be scientists be- fore joining the Sr. Science Club. All you have to do is be interested in in- volvement and activities. The Sr. Science Club took a field trip to the Smith Mountain Dam to observe our communities electric system. They also sponsored the bloodmobile. One of the major activities is the Bedford County Science Fair. Each member enters a project in hopes of honors. Sponsor Mrs. Majorie Cooper widt club Presi- dent Clinton Western. Clubs 115 Spanish Club The Spanish Club is an organization for Staunton River students currently en- rolled in Spanish. Each year the club vis- its the Saint Vincents Boys Home in Roanoke. Each Spanish club member presents a boy with a Christmas present selected especially for him. Right: Club members prepare to load the bus to visit Saint Vincents Boys Home at Christmas. QL to RJ, Susan Moorman, Donnie Basham, Karen Moon, Ken Norman, Deborah Woodford, Aubrey Toller, Santa Claus, Barbara Holland, Kathy Smith, and Bonnie Saunders. 116 Clubs avr- -,- A ' ifliefi ii V, , rffgms' 7 F9 ,ku u. : ,, fAbovej: Miss Sin 'N , k and Robert Morgan discuss plans for club activities. v ',,, .,....,., , , .V x F ' -1 ""' tBelowj: Officers: Robert M-P Is s . E2 2 res., Barbara H-Rep., Robin M-Sec., Aubrey T-V.P., Diane T-Tre Fla' V 3-ffff S Gerald Henderson models the new style of Staunton River varsity jackets. .l -5 , ff. , ,.,,"'.i4- .' , '-2. . - -4 Varsity Club The Staunton River Varsity Club is an organization which honors participants in school sports. The club works during the year to raise money to help pay for the jackets which are the proud posses- sions of club members. Some of their activities include donkey basketball and faculty-student ball games. was-e s l .. ,sm lg! , , , K ., -.gg.k'i,f fy, . - 4 Officers: Alfred Morgan-V. Pres., Cl-'ms Welch-Pres., Kenneth Norman-Tres., Rep and sponsor Mr. Leatherman. Clubs 117 Band Comes live Under New Leadership The Staunton River Band is proud to acknowledge its new director Mr. Doug Shomaker. They have participated in many new activities such as coming out in first place in the Bedford Christmas Parade and by sending twelve of its members to the Virginia Allstar Band at Virginia Tech. The Band was renovated by adding four new majorettes and a permanent drum majorette. Once the long practices for the halftime shows and the parades were over the band started con- centrating on the Vinton Dogwood Fes- tival Parade. Drummers Branson and Calvert wait for the signal. ,v- ya f l Q .H mx-V-a ,,. ' 'Klf"'w im , -W fa .. , 5, t.-, A ,jr , I K, , 5: Reggie takes a break during a pep rally. Top to bottom left to right: David Looney, Steve Greene, Terry Williams, leffery Giles, Carolyn Craft, Bobby Dillon, Bette Branson, Zane Bran- son, Steve johnson, Gene Lafferty, Charles Creasy, Ricky Slocum, Christine Bonds, Tommy 118 Band Williams, David Palmer, Brian Hancock, Hazel Bonds, Shirley Snow, Danny Snow, David Saun- ders, Doug Williams, Tommy Bolling, Reggie Poindexter, Bobby Bonds, Helen Eades, Debbie Trent, Larry Forrest, Kathy Saunders, Sharon Pendleton, Danny Palmer, Kevin Eades, Robin Morgan, Diane Tuck, Robert Morgan, Lee Ann Wimmer, Lenora Saunders, Director D. Shomaker. Ninah Hensley performs with her fire baton during a halftime show. P' N J, Band members Bette Branson, Bobby Dillon, and Carolyn Craft take time out to watch the new de- velopments of the game. 5 ,........--J B gm:-fr Pep band provides the entertainment between the basketball games. There is never a dull moment with our band. The Drill team members are QL. to RJ Lee Ann Carter, Dawn Henderson, Teresa Seay, Brenda Forrest, ludy Duncan, Susan Subleu, Connie Foutz, Barbara Holland, Susan Moorman, and Tina Hogan. The Goldenettes, with their sponsor Miss Susan Fauber, worked closely with the band in coordinating their marching activities and dance routines to the music provided by the band. As always they have added the final touch for fantastic performance in all areas. - Band 119 junior Science Club . F. .. V. :Z- ',b,,Q,f, '4 r ig n. 1 4 af I I , W , 9-G ' as , A-,, r ,,a'we.v xxx. he . 1' -arffrf -ig,,,w-fail Jglawgf-rw' 2' 5' -- -' -,ff .'yv,f sr . 4 4 T ' it ?be'e3li'f 1kif4?.i,,l3 -if : W ' ,5 4 -Y 3- i- 1,4 H A e - l l . 2 clifgfl "gf, 1-,if '- ', ', 1 4, ' ,f ' , . ,i.-1.21. 'ff W- yn , o , .1 z 1 J'-rf ct - ' 'V Z ga ix' fl, 1 -. 5 '- ' ,' 1 , Lf if '- i.':'.',l LM", ff 2 e 4 Q ' f T . 11, .:' f -1 I' - . A ., Hr. if , lv 3 ,M ,gba 53, V' cl 'Hi -it ' . if ' V ' j, 2 ' - .---' ,uf -11 - Ff t' - 'ff rl Eid Lam Graz. ' 2.:"'f1, Q ii Sk - rf!-l"a'3,' .lfaitbf-7f'w'fZ?5 k:.ie1:'3'9':6g 1 ' -0. Sara: I... Sponsor, Mr. Bonds, poses beside loanna Riggs, President of the lr. Science club. V at -. . ' I K . t X 1 ,K .rf v One of the cIub's projects was to decorate the courtyard of A-building at Christmas, working on this project were QL. to RJ, 1 20 Clubs 1... The junior Science Club is a group of 8th and 9th grade students who are especially interested in science. Each year they work on projects, usually associated with beau- tifying the school. The garden in the court- yard of A-building is a continuing project of the club. The lr. Science Club officers are QL. to RJ: Vicki Ferguson-Sec., Debbie Hubbard-Tres., Vicky Law- horne-Rep., Bobbi Hutchens-V.P., loanna Riggs-Pres. Al' ,,. . V S y C ' 4:12151 4 l 5' . 'f . W! C i ' F Qu" i Q 1 5 7. A A K1 f gg , g I ' ' '. i . fa "M 7 K5 5 , y.i.. . i Q Q. r , if gi H ., -1 fr W 'Y EN ieii - u 9 l, .,.. I ..V, j . Q jst, x BP:-7 it. Q22 .fer uv. S. x .va ' rf ,. X? .. . I.. ....w-u H- Bonnie Lipscomb, Trilyon Thompson, Vicki Fergu- Teresa Eades, and joanna Riggs. It turned out well son, Trina Booth, Linda Davis, Rhonda Atkinson, and merited many compliments from the faculty Barbara Hutchens, Debbie Hubbard and students. 2 .........f H ,. ... --.f 4-ne?-,Y s , ....,, . ..,, 1 r--1--f . 1-4...-.---up 'Q-fi ,,,,,.,fw,..,, Diane Tuck, Gloria Perdue, Mrs. . . as gf 5 X I v I l 1 , ' -422' 5 L' , v '--'g f f J V ' 'fr ! , ...J sa f f. -l e.Q.L,,,. 4 A W ni l W , ..,. ,frh ,,,,, . ..,. jg, M ' I Howell, Sharon Eppley, and Glenda Kasey admire the A v ,v,.,. . , ' K Sf ,,. .1 1 ge .gps :X Talon. V Q1 T "Z," of Ui :n i l It 4- nun-1-'i U E! lf! .. , .nr 4' 5 6' l 1 . Q . , -T' I X fp Yi 'Y' .A 'Ea Aw ' Cathey Morgan, Martha Hoskins, and Donna Angell sell newspapers to the students. . is., A :wa fy- f 2 I El I kk A IAKV I ,1,,, by s' ' .ffafx X -W ev nd fer I 3 , MM., .,..,, ..,.. -T t Q se gfffce. f,Z?gii ,, , Q Qf" """ ' -, Q 4 . it 1 .. s. , . , .,1, ..,, 1 3 W ,, fe2,sF3,. Robin Morgan sells Darryl Saunders a copy of the latest issue. The Talon To find the latest news about S.R.H.S. where would you look? The Talon, of course. The Talon features articles such as editorials and reports on sports, clubs and class activities. A new edition was added to the school paper this year. It was "Our Page" containing student writing and po- etry. There was always plenty of material for dedications and gossip which was one of the most popular pages. The Talon Staff put out an issue each 6 weeks. V5 Pi-4 xp ,psi Gloria Sellers and Marcia Woodford edit a newspaper item as Kathy Zimmerman does the typing. Clubs 121 EYRI E Staff Struggles to Meet Deadlines Each year it is the task of the year- book staff to begin with 150+bIank pages and to create a meaningful memory of the year. The 1975 Eyrie staff began with little experience and a great deal of enthusiasm. After months of taking and select- ing pictures, writing copy and design- ing layouts, the work is finished. janu- ary and February, with the final two deadlines, are hectic and sometimes panic-filled. Somehow the work all gets done. Hopefully, the final result of their hard work will be a book that has captured the essence of the 1974- 75 school year, one of which every- one can be proud. -u-xl as Sponsor Mrs, Mitchell is entertained by the staff. Photographer Mr. Mitchell checks out equipment. if Y ,ff-xxx aff Co-editor Helen Eades works on layout for coming deadline. Ag... ,. Business Manager Kathy Sellars fixes the books. ,fear flux... 'i K 'Y'-W .--. ,N The whole staff helps distribute the supplement. Co-editor Debbie Trent helps with the typing. 122 Clubs .-'iii it ,nut "GEN Chris Cosgrove is the label maker. t N l Choosing the Typis .X- I t f 1 m , ' A X , ""'Q right picture is Martha's job. l if-ra ' t Robert Morgan finishes a type sheet. l C " "iii Mary Hoskins inks in a master for deadline. y , t N Okay Donna, no socializing during business hours. The 1975 Eyrie Staff wishes many years of great memories. Helen Eades-Co-editor Debbie Trent-Co-editor Kathy Sellars-Business Editor Robert Morgan Donna Angell Mary Hoskins Kathy Hoppaugh Martha Hoskins Chris Cosgrove julie Martin Linda Nance Kenneth DeLong you .5 If M, .4 W ,G y QQX- 1 Kathy Hoppaugh concentrates on layout. lbif' 1 I 3 DU F, CD1 lf E W YV 'Qin it E . f My X ! sl :rg V X julie Martin and Linda Nance keep the typewriters clicking. Clubs 123 124 Sports We were competitive Working as individuals or as teams, Sacrificing, striving to be better, To become the BEST. For many of us it was A long series of disappointments, For some a mixture of defeat And victory. We set our goals and worked Tirelessly to attain them, Whether the goal was simply to win, Or to claim a championship. Our emotions were many- Pride in our successes, Disappointment when we CouIdn't quite reach the goal, Determination to win or improve, Appreciation for those who Never tired of coaching, cheering And supporting us. In many things we were not the best But the will to win lives on. Sports 115 I Eagle Scoreboard jr. Varsity Football Varsity Football Volleyball jeff. Forest 28 SRHS Brookville 27 SRHS Rustburg vs SRHS 15-3, 15-5 Wm. Campbell 6 jeff. Forest 19 Altavista 15-4, 15-9 Appomattox 25 Wm. Campbell 34 Nelson Co. 8-15, 15-9, 15-6 Shawsville 0 Appomattox 34 Appomattox 15-9, 15-4 Gretna 0 Gretna 34 Liberty 15-4, 15-3 Amherst 14 Amherst 49 jefferson Altavista 28 Altavista 0 Forest 15-10, 15-8 Liberty 20 Liberty 22 Amherst 17-15, 15-13 Nelson Co. 20 Nelson County 26 Brookville 17-15,15-3 Rustburg 21 Gretna 15-10, 15-7 Cross Country V?1fSlfY Basketball Girl's Basketball Amherst 35 SRHS l3f0Ol4Vlll9 72 SRHS Brookville 41 SRHS Altavista 50 left. Forest 53 jefferson Forest 54 left- Forest 47 Wm- Campbell 62 Appomattox 59 Brookville 36 Appomattox 75 Grgtna 38 North Cross 50 Gretna 57 Altavista 46 Brookville 31 Amherst 75 Liberty 52 Altavista 50 Altavista 76 Rustburg 56 Glenvar 28 Llbel'lY 55 Brookville 45 Liberty 29 Nelson County 80 jeff. Forest 74 Clifton Forge 48 Rustburg 63 Appemattox 40 Wm. Byrd 47 Brookville 93 Gretna 54 jeff. Forest 46 jeff. Forest 62 Altavista 37 North Cross 50 Wm. Campbell 69 Liberty 59 Amherst 32 Appomattox 58 Rugfburg Nelson County 27 Gretna 70 Liberty AI'Tll1GfSt Indoor Track Seminole District Champions Altavista 78 flow Scofe Wlfls-l Llbel'lY 38 Meet 411 3rd of 10 schools Nelson County 412 4th of 10 j.V. Basketball Rustburg 11:3 2nd of 3 11:4 3rd Of 10 Brookville 38 SRHS it 5 5th of 10 Wm. Campbell 46 8th Grade Basketball 416 4th of 10 Appomattox 54 Gretna 83 BEC 42 SRHS Amllefffl 49 l'l0lY 0055 10 Final rank-3rd in district Altavista 52 Gretna 26 Liberty 54 Rocky Mt. 66 Wrestling Nelson Co. 61 Amherst 73 Rustbllfg 64 leff' Forest 28 Gretna 54 SRHS Brookville 65 Holy Cross 11 lafnes River 48 Jeff. Forest 38 APP0m3ll0X 27 Brookville 42 Wm. Campbell 52 Rocky Mt. 57 Gretna 60 Appomallox 63 Gretna 34 Lord Botetourt 72 Gretna 96 BEC 42 Liberty 60 Amherst 97 left. Forest Amherst 62 Allatflsla Amherst 60 Llbel'lY 69 Brookville 37 Nelson Co- james River 42 Rustburg jeff. Forest 126 Scoreboard Coach Higgins expresses his sadness after losing. Coach Mabbitt encourages his team on to victory. , Q., ,... ,- 1't.- .4 Varsity Football Hurt By Injuries and Small Numbers Eagle Football experienced another year of disappointments. This year the team was small in size and numbers. In- juries to key players served to further weaken and discourage the team. The two bright spots in the season were a victory over Altavista and a near-win over Liberty. ' . Q ,'1l-it C ' fs, . FEE . -- E22 .4 ' H l , A .Q . , 2222 :rf Q , 5355 J c M-., o fl L I ,,., .L .A '- . , V , ye, wt , - T M ,,,,.fs,. Q f f,..e , "V , ,T .. ', - . m4 .we . -e. 4 .1 ' . . W., ig. f . ,.,. H51 . , . . A . . . is like -. 59" 2 'ft tW'- . f " ' I '-vw,-wi 4 M - I-' :Q . " A " ", ' N' 'fl ' -'I 'H Vl lfdl ' 6 it - . ,, " " ' F , ws' " f- 'F -- i A 'AA .E .lkvgw 4' . iywxyi K HM ,gint 2V..7.L QAM-J as 1 J A 3, f, i , , db ., a A-. A P , ,,.p F F' f rm' ...- . 'G' W "mimi E5 'Y Ji-l1?Pr7'iti'i'w"i ' f' W f'5 ' - , "F " ' A " -Lu ' ,. 'W X- 5, V , K A ..V. Eg, X . ,. ti . g g I . V1 I N 5 ' ,Q , -, Q ' f ' 4 . . . ' . i ' :X l' Y A ,f i fx t it ll 1 F ii i walk' L , 'li " . Y tt. Q 1 ' I ' v w- . -. - 2 , 1 V . , f x s . ,. 6 ' i :ff ' v .... ,-s Q ,, f 3 ' 'Y ,f - L., :C U '3 ' , -t we ' L- ,rr Q at ttf: -f T ef. 1 fi - 1' ' 1:-Pl W ' A .. , ' - - - ' x if, , ,- , . . - ,. 1 ...A of 4 A , f 5 -gg , g 2 s ,g i A . ,J if . ' 2' ,X F T' 1 ,J ' T T I ' 'W T -We l X- AQQ ' V ,- -. l l . " A "c af --. i .. ' l -- C A 1, . "l "" ' it ev-2 " " HQ LQ' - 5 ' X " ' 4 -r N .,-Q A . , A ""' wr" 'L 1. M I X, ', I 1 , -.aw -'JS .1 .. -i 15? . I A A K 3 . . , if W K W N, f, ' Qt W X N A ,Q Q .. H Q-151 f .-.- i 1, -.. ' . '-" A V Q: V F f , 41 , -L ,, , , , I L 2 gig "'2'Y M fs? it Q' N ll " A , if i . I P U . !""s2s ir. -Qu: varwf ' f T oidliifwu. ln! avr A Q My . U .1V:r,Ai,fx,'s. ,Ayr-II., .A 'll WV' I -pu , -. , usa, lt ggi Q. .lt H e xv. ? 4,133 ' ' Front row QL to Rj: Coach Harris, Danny Noell, English, johnny Chisom, and Coach Mabbitt. C-l'iSSbY, Paul Davis, Bobby BONUS, Basil Bays, Derwin Preston, Gary Gibson, Tim Archer, Second row QL to Rl: Bobby Poole, Coach Hig- RiCkY Martin, Coach Fine, RiCkY Sl- Clair. Mike johnson, Steve Lafon, Ken Norman, Gary gins, David Mullins, Alfred Morgan, Kenneth Football 1 27 -f in 44' ' -.1 A ,f. - .ii R We My r li 'Tk KW A llfltw 'LM . will L Eff ,pv- Vm' QV I V w. qillll ...F i g ul Crippled quarterbacks Alfred Morgan and David Mul cheered up at an Eagle pep rally. ......,,---N Derwin Preston returns a kickoff for the Eagles. Eagles score first touchdown of the season against Brookville. 128 Football V W .tc . lins are Coach Fine directs defense from the sidelines. 'Qi Gary Gibson reports for action. , . , M ati fiiii-.: W, , gmt-eiiifsf U 7.2, v , V g H, W Waf VE, Q H f 9.51: -meg , 'jjj 5, 4, 5. wi. iyw . .4 N, K T I x' ,Q , , 'lf' 'lf' 7l952?'r.'.T"t' , . ., V 'M 9-o,gMa' M 1 ' 75. ' 4' . is M-vs9fn:"'w 5S:gE?hd,. ' 'W-7'QlH W wtf " Staunton River defense tries to stop tough Brookville running game. JN! ft' 1' .t, .i ,. ,,,.,, ia. 'irclp or I g QF. A ' , '," 'Aki e'f!f',l ,a A, , Q x ,, . -m The eyes and ears of the Golden Eagles are H.V. Cundiff and Glenn Ayers. Coach Harris shouts encouragement to the team. 'f?LMf,l'fg,w- .1 1 Q s , a . Eagle offense begins a drive against Wm. Campbell. ww g -4-vi 'ii-Qld? 'Q .fs 1 . . Basil Bays takes a rare moment of rest. Ken Grigsby carries the ball for a good gain at Nelson. Football 129 -4190, is Kathy Sellars ll' Renee Mitchell 130 Cheerleaders Mary Hoskins Karen Howell Donna Angell Ieanette Sublette 'VQX Martha Hoskins-Co-captain WW Bobbie Hutchens, Mary Hoskins and leanette Sub- lette sell links to the Spirit Chain during Home- coming week. The class with the most links was the one with the most spirit. The Freshman class was awarded the Pep Stick. Pam Hubbard-Captain Varsity Football Cheerleaders Work Hard For Better Spirit The Varsity Football Cheerleaders did their best to boost school spirit. Although it was a losing season they kept their hopes for the next game to be the victory everyone awaited. The Cheerleaders kept busy planning Pep Rallies, serving refreshments to the team after practice, and sponsoring Homecoming week activities. Left to Right: Kathy Sellars, Karen Howell, Donna Angell, leanette Sublette, Mary Hoskins, Martha Hoskins, Renee Mitchell, Pam Hubbard Cheerleaders 131 Cross Country Has Great Season The 1974 Cross Country season was a great one for the Eagles. Behind the steady performance of captains john Hall and Zane Branson, the Eagles ran their way to a 15-2 season and a tie for the Seminole District Champion- ship. The course, which was length- ened to 3 miles for the season, wan- dered about the campus and into surrounding woods, giving spectators a good view of the races. Coach Bol- ding worked hard to challenge and encourage the team and to win the support of the student body and fac- ulty. In the disappointing tie with Am- herst and Liberty for the District title, Ralph Ellis saved the day by passing six competitors in the last 200 yards. Zane Branson and john Hall went on to place 1st and 2nd in the Regional meet and 7th and 9th in the State AA competition. S. "4 L,.,,.-fn ' ss ft,- f Coach Bolding explains the operation of a cross country meet to spectators. i t , Coach McManus gets ready to time a runner 2 -QI H T5 S, WL A t li 5 " S' 1 It f R ALS V 1 l l 5 -. . we .- ..d. .. A- ' 3 l-gf ,ei -2 fig' 1 E EU ia' ' 1' i I n H, kijaikn gfutlxfgl .,rf ,:f,i,iYiE'fr,l1f1Y:f-zsnwik, ssl Y Front left to right: Clinton Western, Tim Minnix, Ralph Ellis, Billy Sellars, Mike Latham, Keith Franklin, Eddie Hensley, Donald Craighead, Back: john Hall, Ronnie Thompson, jimmy Huddleston, Brian Hancock, David Palmer, Sylvester Witcher, Zane Branson, David Brown. 132 Cross Country i Zane Branson takes off with a great start at the district meet and keeps it all the way. Donald Craighead gets his number at the finish. "The Big Three"-Zane Branson, Ralph Ellis, and john Hall. Bette Branson, team manager, gives her brother moral support. Ralph Ellis leaps a small creek along the three mile course. Cross Country 133 I ' C j.V. Football Racks Up 4-5 Record The junior Varsity Football Team showed great promise as it worked toward its 4-5 season record. Under the direction of coaches Dale Wilson, and Tom Peterman, the team showed great improvement as the season progressed. The passing of Gary Lantz and the running of Harvey Anthony were key factors. The main problem the team had to fight was an "on-the- road" jinx, since they won no games away from home. In spite of that problem, the young Eagles were im- pressive at home and gave the fans much to cheer about. Coach Wilson looks on with concern. Coach Peterman checks games statistics. Front left to right: Robert Harkrader, Terry Wil- Garber, Back left to right: Coach Peterman, Da- liams, Dean Wood, Ronnie Marlin, Randy vid Scott, Mark Gilley, Malhon English, Roger Spradlin, john Brown, Billy Overstreet, Harvey Ashbrenner, james Hensley, Tim Hayden, Anthony, Carl Foutz, Brett Mowery, Robert Tommy Bolling, Stuart Woodford, joey Wil- 134 Football liams, Gary Lantz, Paul Thomas, Ricky Moon, Curtis Burdette, Calvin Cassidy, Dale English, jeff Powers, Billy Mayhew, Steve Tuck, Steve Greene-Mgr., Coach Wilson. Carl Foutz scores for the Eagles at jefferson Forest. 'V U xv' David Frost and Gary Lantz stop Cavalier runner. 'Vw Harvey Anthony helps make a hole for ball carrier Billy Overstreet. loey Williams punts for the Eagles. Gary Lantz looks for a receiver. Football 135 l.V. Football Cheerleaders Have Something to Cheer About The 1974 l.V. Football Cheerleaders were an important part of the fall sports program. Their high spirits and tireless efforts encouraged the l.V. team to fight on to exciting victories they achieved. These girls were proud to contribute to building up Eagle Spirit! Front: left to right: Donna Merill-Co-captain, Linda johnson, Barbara Hutchens-Captain Back: left to right: Cindy Morris, Tammy Ellis, Donna Gaither, Trilyon Thompson, Peggy Thompson Above: Tammy Ellis Above: Donha Gaither Above: Barbara Hutchens Above: Donna Merrill Below: Linda johnson Below: Cindy Morris Below: Trilyon Thompson Below: Peggy Thompson 136 Cheerleaders 1 , l init . 5 ' -f "' 3 "P X, ' 1,1 -'l-V uf 1 ,rl Y 1Pi-- Si ,,....,-ev--jj: T it .MMM ,,..... t- M. , K' . T ...gf-fe wa.. 1 , ' , '44, Carolyn Meador serves another score. 1 C A Q 3 ' i E 'x 4 f' C " +9'L,,...., Ethelda Preston is ready for action. nm' 'vsei-.-.1 ":"'-Q.. A I Vrlkk, A 5' F2 nrlar S .Q s Kathie, Sylvia and Lynn watch from sidelines. 1" 7 , ' .fi 1 " L 1 We , , 4 S. lx 6 1X it .,,.,,,..sJ S Coach Sara Phares gives last minute instructions. Ss. Q. -ll sl S, if i i Volleyball Season Suffers From lnexperience The Eaglette volleyball team felt sharply the loss of several starters who graduated last spring. This year's team was high on enthusiasm for the sport, but lack of experience took a heavy toll. The girls' 0-9 record does not indicate the closeness of some of the matches. Under the direction of new coach Sara Phares, the Eaglettes look forward to much better times next year. F Q ' t . , T ' my e f' it fs ' li srt- T , tti1 C y i t,N, K 51-1 ,f's.f S' ,J A determined Penny Burnette returns the vol- leyball to the opponent. Team members are: Front row-Sandra Wil- liams, Lenora Saunders, Sandra Bowles, Lynn Stevens, Carolyn Meador, leannette Hall, Sylvia Howell, Susan Moorman-Mgr. Back row-Bon- nie Saunders, Barbara Brown, Penny Burnette, Cathy Nichols, Ethelda QMinniej Preston, Sherry Lipscomb, Kathie Woodford, Nancy Fowler. Volleyball 137 l fl, 3 Y. X N A ra Q r . , fav if., !35 fl fi- 45:25 . . 2 f ,f ' If ,W .A , ffl.,- Height Disadvantage Plagues 'J ' ' f' , W ' ss, ' i Q ff ' wg. f' ggi: Eagle V3r5'tY is ',t,?s:. ... l B k b Il tw' Q ggi. ' T l 35 GT H 1 The varsity boys had a disappointing season this year. l. A me E g A N H F ge This was definitelyarebuilding year for the Eagles. With no K' X 7- 9 seniors on the team, experiene was limited. While we had more height than usual, we were at a distinct disadvantage. The other Seminole District teams had at least one big man and we found that it was nearly impossible to win without one. We are looking for a good season next year with the experience gained and all our players returning. Lawrence Martin tries to intercept a pass from a Liberty player in the tough game between the county rivals. CTU 3 1 S ,haw ...fx -eh' 4 .i Q W -11 First row, left to right: Manager Eddie Hensley, ager james Hensley. Second row: Head coach Wayne Martin, Michael Brown, Michael Lantz, Lawrence Martin, Co-captain Marshall johnson, Bill Ieatherman, David Mullins, Dennis lones, Asst. Coach Dale Wilson. Co-captain Alfred Morgan, Lorenzo Martin, Man- 138 Basketball 24 Ko. Coach Leatherman revises defensive plans during a time out. - - I .X ' J A Yun?- W if gait! f . V , ff ya- if? ,B , L K 5 f:...! Sv Nr 'S-2 .W f. ff' y, t Q , 'N' Un., David Mullins attempts to protect the ball from a Rustburg aggressor. X, W"- v-gp-g-,T Q .riff f ' we ' W"' ' gp-I, ,,,., L f' A . rr 1' Q as ,i .1 s . ' w sw li t t i- 5 f, Q s Z V. - I Y Y nllnig, 5 ,N 5 V I. 5' . 1 Q". yi -1 Z I .. 3 T i ' - ' Sy' s . f 1 S if Fi i i X? r .v K K I '--fi f , Y I l QM L 1 2 ' ' - , -F "' l Y 'M sw- fgxf '-r m We-- MwW!,' -,I My Z tj: - 5 - op pf! .. 1 f I fx ' Y 3 'K in it K 'N 1 , 'I- Q 4 L m .X, Marshall johnson sinks a beautiful shot over Amherst defender. ix Center Marshall johnson blocks a shot by Liberty Cenlef. , f 'S , 5 El e ' ' , lllift Z, , 115 ls ,.f .7 3: if ag f' ' if -e Q Q is Michael Brown shoots two over the Rustburg defense. Basketball 139 Null su -ws.. -sq. J . t ful: High-scoring Gloria Sellers concentrates on a shot. Sherry Lipscomb fights rebound. 140 Basketball .Vs xt "cw-. with determination for a fjf I l 1. 1' -XE i -I, -w-- V f 5' MJ: 6 Q . 3 l L If I 'll ' A 1, V 4 I .Irffl ls' Q. f . T K' 32,5 Qs ia L 5 s .Tl s i V Q. 5 :I m, . ,x . . 5 ,1o, . xg, Art Q .. mm We , , 1 - 1 Tami Aschbrenner and Sandra Bowles work to stop the Rustburg offense, NELSON ,Y 3 .X s 1 , i A-it .s,, f ,.- Q i au. a-pf ' Captain Marcia Woodford scores on a free throw. 1 aw 1 f' ,af f 3 If fl xt ,. T' bw ,I :mv:gf',,,.4 f ing ' ,M , If kxktk gil . A V' , . , if H in , , :Q E 1 if ak ,?' E B Ev- Ax 4 : it I -.I 55 A . r L ffl N la 'I .gi .V M N tv , Siialiu f Q a Q Jeanette Hall scores two for the Eaglettes. EB .1-'fic as ' 1. 33.5 ' 4. f.r. . H . M 1 't . EH 'i , I .53 , 2? at 1 fd: f . W' Coaches Diane Padgett and Sara first half statistics. .Mt l vm.. .. F . i .. il ci S Phares discuss Eaglettes Have Height, Lack Scoring Power The Girl's Basketball season was a disappointing one. This year's record was a shock after several good years for the sport. The team was not entirely lacking in talent, but the girls were sel- dom able to get it all together to score and defeat as well as necessary. The competition in the district was tough and the Eaglettes just didn't have the scoring power to keep up with some of their high scoring opponents. The se- nior members of the team, while frus- trated by losing, never lost the drive to keep urging the team on to victory. S- Kneeling, Left to Right: Sylvia Howell-Mgr., Bar- Standing, Left to Right: Sandra Bowles, Theresa bara Hutchens, leanette Hall, Marcia Woodford, Eades, Cathy Nichols, Sherry Lipscomb, Cindy Gloria Sellers, Debbie Brown, Tami Aschbrenner, Davis, Kim Vann, Coach Phares, Coach Padgett. Basketball 141 Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders Have A Busy Schedule Being a basketball cheerleader may look glamorous but it's not all fun and games. There are pom-pon routines to be made up, pep rallies to plan, and months of hard practice. Varsity cheering isn't just a weekend sport. With 35 games on the schedule, many of those on Tuesday nights, the cheer- leaders never slow down. Even with all of this work, cheering is exciting and rewarding. Top: Liz Harkraderg Next: Cindy Tuckg Standing 1st row left to right: Cindy Noell, Robin Morgan, Ninah Hensleyg 2nd row left to right: Nita Miller, Diane Tuckg Bottom: Nita Nimmo 142 Cheerleaders Captain-Liz Harkrader Co-captain-Cindy Tuck 'rv' Robin Morgan Ninah Hensley Diane Tuck Cindy Noel! Nita Miller Anita Nimmo i I Cheerleaders 143 Indoor Track is a relative newcomer to Staunton River athletics. Each year it gains a larger number of participants than the previous year. All the meets Eagle Trackmen Rate High are held at Lynchburg College field house, with participation open to all Seminole District schools. This year the Eagles placed consistently in the top 4. when-M -Q' 3' -, liipfwh . 4 7 . " lite? Q ,Rr all . a 3 .. Y, C g t -4, sy. ,, . 3533! t is . Vw! f , ni- ., LL W XV., at C , 7? 1 l fp '- . Q fl . . M fizy .L sf-1 13 V J. Wiz, 'K ,f at, F 3,- --f Lf 'll' Q Jw", N V1 A' 1' g ' V, T In District Competition Outstanding performers were Zane Branson and john Hall in distance events, Clinton Western in sprints, jeff Moles in relays. .6... W ,..,W ...,, y JA - f 1:53 ' I5 ' t., john Hall rests after two mile race. Bobby Bonds discusses his event with Coach Brian Hancock gets set for his race. Bolding. i 'xx 3. y . ,f 'T .4 '- ,- . A:,,:?.,,,,.,.v,,,g 5, .qi ea--W --we M. at I Q vm! : .S 41 l 5 at I FIUISNIHB first in the two-mile is Zane Branson. Clinton Western strains for the finish in the 60 yard dash. 144 Track ,g .lava . l - N. c e , , .. 1 , I - fl v V. , l , 1 wma. ,L5.,,,,.V1 , , gssmw x . 5 wf fi i x .1 4 Q me . F I rj! ,Q I I 1 l V S ,L ,Z l X V V . V V , I X A Ikn H rf,-'lx ' v ig' X V ' Lg Marshall Henderson tries to better his high jump record. Q, ilk. l QQ' f e M N Michael Brown breaks triple jump record. V NM ' A -'Q -a 'rw Donald Craighead sprints to the finish. A ' f - , I sl - YJ . - , ' il Sega J - ,pfl I il N x i l ALW- , , 5 .3 , Q A ,, . e. f 'if' r aps. ' I A in 5' f Q Sw Li, ., 3, , V I ' ,Q ,ir Tr sf , :L ,F 4 'K I .1 X ' ' 1-1 - " -by I - " , g, -fx IW , -W . f, ru 4 if 5 L W di j"" Ny Q51 -' Su 3 RiCkY Meador BIKES H backward lunge at lhe high jump. Bill Preston tries to better his shotput record, Track 145 Q. P Wrestling Arrives on SRHS Sports Scene Q Wrestling was a newcomer to Staun- ton River this year. As might be ex- pected, the season was not one for win- ningp it was a time for learning. The young men who became wrestlers had to begin at knowing nothing about wres- tling and proceed from there. The first meet was held during school with most of the student body attending. Even though we were soundly defeated by - W, c A - Gretna, the action stirred a lot of enthu- siasm. Our hopes are that the team will continue to improve and that wrestling will become a favorite at Staunton River. Ili... . Referee declares T, Williams the winner. Coach Mabbitt enjoys the match. , i 1 4. . ' ,A .3 T J ' 1 v . ' Paul Thomas holds his man to the mat. 1 , :S 5 - Matt- V, 'L' l ' E 5 .f A :if ,E g . s it . ll 5 f T - srl, V Num ' .'l 1 . ' -L S Coach Smith watches intently as the SRHS wrestlers The referee counts to three to make the pin official. wrestle. 146 Wrestling l l fe T X I 'V "..', r j VV :gi is 51? C T 4, I A if , 42 ei T va 5- ' K s,. w- i. A if 0 fl . f t T r x gf M f Sponsor Miss Goad. lv gsm.. in lulie Martin Ann DeLong Wrestling Cheerleaders Volunteer for job The addition of wrestling to the Staun- ton River sports scene brought a new group of cheerleaders into being. The girls who cheered so well for our wres- tlers were unique in that they were not chosen-they volunteered. Knowing something about cheering, but virtually nothing about wrestling, they set to work. They learned quickly and did a fine job of supporting and cheering on our wrestlers. Captain Debbie Bobbirt Cr' m Carol Smith Sandy Hubbard L-- Vi, if P Trudy Bobbitt 'ass ag, Cheerleaders 147 jV Basketball Unlucky in Close Games The IV Basketball team had a tough year with little to brighten the schedule. With only Derwin Preston to match up to teams with several tall players, the lV's ,. -A W C fits 2 J X tt th X A f y, 'Wi -1.21. ' vu ag iw - ms? s. U we ft, 'I 'ef 3' I ,Q K ' .4 frail, . 1 f 1 Na , , . F ,,.,V .sv Derwin Preston fights tough for the tip-off. gn s 'rs 9 t ' al' Q ' f Z, Pt' t 's 5 -. s ' Coach Peterman watches practice with approval. 148 Basketball 59, L3 N felt the disadvantage sharply. In spite of their size, they fought hard. They won a couple of games, but lost several close Alb n E er' t la in m ron P t Ones e pp ysesapy on ,. 'S fi V a fgfxl S ffl' ' Q: E J 4:51 . v , Fifty I es, 1 J 64 1 Dv jon Bradd shoots for two over a defender. Ray Mitchell helps Eagles with a steal. . Y' . callin f-J 2 teibfw f f A3533 T? V Seated, L to R: Charles Nelms-Mgr., Eddie Epperly, Albert Epperly, Mark jacobs, Paul Davis, David Craig, Back: Ray Mitchell, lon Bradd, David Frost, Derwin Preston, Front: Charles Nelms-mgr., Eddie Epperly, Albert Epperly, Mark Jacobs, Paul Davis, David Craig. Back Ray Mitchell, jon Bradd, David Frost, Derwin Preston, Curtis Burdette, lohn Huddleston, Coach Peterman. , I xiii!! is 3.- Q it , . ' K V' W: :: f 'Ma-"' 1 A S, V f it A ,. r- 5 Q, ,F , bmm., t ' - , ' ,, QQ. f,.gfgr.f,..,...,..:m , K, a.-1 J- ,-.. it ,t ,Q 9 W 1: f y b X1 it if iv ws tx ! at i Q a- t sts , L, st., 6 V B k b II 1 - .V-, a A r l 35 et 3 is -. A wat? z 3' 'ff' X r-Lal f K' li il Cheerleaders E gr V , , ,W Have Plenty Left to right: Mary Beth Cabe, Donna Cray, Suzanne Tuck, Valerie Farnam, Vicky Ferguson, Brenda Bowden, Carolyn Craft. 1 'ww Donna Gray Carolyn Craft Captain Valerie Farnam Mary Beth Cabe Brenda Bowden Vicky Ferguson Of Spirit The bouncy, spirited cheerleaders for the junior Varsity Basketball team had a tough job keeping spirit high. They worked hard to show the team they cared and encour- aged others to support them. One project they planned was to make ties for the team members to wear on game days. While crowds at the games were of many sizes, one could always count on the great spirit of these seven to cheer on their team. Suzanne Tuck Cheerleaders 149 Eighth Grade Basketball The Eighth Grade team got off to a rough start in a sound defeat by BEC. Bouncing back, they won their next game, but from there on it was tough. They had much to learn about working as a team. The season record was not a cheerful one, but the experience gained should be a bright note for next year's IV team. " " W' -'U' "' 251. , ., M. I unity l .AGLC Stuart Woodford outreaches his opponent to con- trol the tipoff. Kneeling, left to right: Steve Norman, Mark Gilley, Danny Chittum, Ralph Nimmo, jeff Craghead, Standing: Mahlon English, jeff Overstreet, Stuart Woodford, Tim Anderson, jeff Powers. 150 Basketball si? 0 , h " ,V 'j -'-If--...,.,.,, wt " iss F X :ki ' -"C: 4- , ai., ' -ff,ga.. 1 -f -- . - 1 tx ff 4 P Y i , 'ft -. . fs-fi g i .1 . - f--Eva. .T W E AGLC ag -. ga.. , 1 WX, J Q , yr 1' 4. .., is Steve Norman leaps to score two points. Tim Anderson scores in spite of defense. .iii Coaches Mike Morgan and Ed Zimmerman can't believe their eyes. a . a ... ,,, . . fa, s ,, .W i -ig K Y. ' 7' ll ll j l gsU"f'o A 'lo' 66" A k g QEQ-Tr t mf 9 ' .issil ....... . Nr , xi J ' - I J tg W' Wg QF . V sits fl, if E1 , . , -4- -V V x . .. 5 V :-. if S l 2 P ...L l - Q B T it li" . , I I wg l lil.: ? 'N C 5 isfs fer' ' ' - aw, B V 4 3- . Q Q.. T - tfi ' T' i fx -- 'f' L-ni ' ' Ei... Legg' T. Eighth Grade Basketball Cheerleaders Teresa Booth Sandra Bryan Christine Cunningham Frances Hall Captain Robin Lafon Eleanor Vassallo fp., . V ,,. I ,A ,,,,,W-W-H V 'ax fri ' Sponsor Susan Fauber chats with the girls. .K f . Q Kathy Heptinstall Linda Wheeler Cheerleaders 151 Hart, Patricia Sue 34 Hartberger, Mark Allan 43, 120 Hartberger, Randy Neil 23, 113,120, ' 125, 142 Hartman, Marilyn Marie 24 Hayden, Fredrick Lee 122 Hayden, Ianet Delores 12, 130 Staunton River Hayden, Timothy Louis 53 Boosters ' Hedge, William Eugene 53 Henderson, Dawn Danita 121, 126 Henderson, Gerald Derwin 98 Henderson, Marshall 98 Hensley, Iames William 53, 92 Hensley, Lewis Edward 92, 106 Hensley, Ninah Lee 21, 24, 104, 134 Heptinstall, Bobby Sherwood 53 Hill, Denise Ioyce 53 Hill, Douglas Deckton, Ir. 24, 112, 123, 129 Hill, Larry Dean 34, 120 Hill, Patricia Ann 53 - Kathy Hoskins Bolling Lambeth Dr. john W. Yost Damon jones B 81 R Auto Parts Thanks . . . to our Professional Patrons james G. Reed, Atty. Dr. E.Y. Lovelace, jr. Dr. E.Y. Lovelace, Ill l 152 Ads 1 V l We were encouraged .. By families and friendsp Local businesses, Large and smallg By doctors and lawyers And small local - Store owners. We were challenged- To make the best Of our years In schoolg To make the most Of ourselves. All along the way, Those in business Around us P Showed that they cared In many ways. -B- i 1 B- A Baker, Michael David 20 Basham Basham, Balderston, Harry Thomas 7 Barton, Debra Lynn 7, 58, 60, 113, 137, 138 Barton, Rhoda Ernestine 30 Basham Barry Wayne 7, 126 Donald Wray 7, 126 Donna Gail 40 Sharon Lee 7, 17, 123, 137 Basham, Bays, Robin Lynne 50 Begley, Connie Ann 7 Begley, Mary George 7 Bell, Rita Raye 30 Bell, Roger 30 Belton, Cheryl Lynn 30 Belton, Cynthia Kaye 41 Belton, Michael David 30 Ads 153 SPRADLlN'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Installation of Septic Systems Ditching Landscaping Phone: 890-1288 Rt. 1, Box 322-D Vinton, Va. 24179 "joe" Delano Spradlin HALES FORD BRIDGE BOAT REPAIR CENTER Sales-Service 3-Wheel Tri-Sport Cycle Catyak Sail Boats Cox Trailers SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE MONETA, VA. Phone: 297-5404 BEDFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS BEDFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOC. 125 W. MAIN STREET BEDFORD, VA. 24523 N vw PHONE sae-2590 'W sa 0 ez :dn " gp t V g 2 spas, I Ai, I X so V- I ' A lon Lester Preu ,ATN K ,y " tx n,,, Field Underwriter 5 H,,v, 1 iL.., , s-iw: ' 5' ff 'ittl f W I . ,, A The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York ...ff-'j3tkA.5fQf.:.44.yt-., Q sg! if W -we 1 v is Route 1, Box 81 I 2ff2f'l'if5?f Afx' ' " ' Moneta, Va. 24121 24 ,Q-3251. fi H -'-' . ' Office 17031 344-5193 Home 1703, 297-5691 154 Ads PIEDMUNT LABEL CU. INC BEDFORD, VIRGINIA Lithographed Labels . rw x mu,rffm,pQ4 ,. , , . , - R JL"'f mn 3 '.,' M4 , -.-f .l 1000 Watts f 1350 KC Bedford, Virginia 'Serving Bedford County from Sunup to Sundown" Earl's Furniture and Appliances 113 W. Main Bedford, Va. Easy credit terms-no down payment Hours 8:30-5:30 586-9100 8:30-1:00 Wed. . . ,..., "Hurry Cn Down to HARDEE'S You Get A Real Good Feeling Inside," HARDEE'S 156 Ads Complimcnls of: RUBATEX CO RPORATION X Sf' " 4 f V Or Q .Q QQ, s , 'S 5, Q-23 F2 2 ' N- 5 Cb 3 Q J R QQ' 4'o,d. 3 H85 Ads 157 6 ' Bedford's Largest and Most Popular Furniture Store Schewel Furniture Company 115 North Bridge Fashion Heziclquarler in Bedford . Q D Bedford, Virginia Bedford Plaza Shopping Center Compliments Of Smith Mountain Trading Post ' J Roger and Karin Van Wart, Prop. Corner of Routes 608 81 734 Huddleston, Va. 297-9861 uso. ui si rn. on, Hours: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Mon-Fri. Rogngkgy Va, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat, Sun. HIS 84 HER'S HAIR SHACK Complete Hair Cutting and Styling For Men, Women, and Children ' t 105 N. Blair sr. pix' y 1 Vinton, Va. "Vx "Behind Triplett Realty" Phone: 345-1940 Carmen Perdue Sue Beck Pat Stanley 'al K. 158 Ads Compliments of ' Elmer Sellers ' Pastor Ri- 1 BOX 185511 d G B pt1st Church Thaxlon. Vu. 3 3 is lrlrrl "MHffiHgf1S are made in Heaven, But engagements are made at . . . ee,-L-,xfxfs-1 Q 5-3 yi V 4 , - :gg E f 5' "- my -- Q .ll --.1 ff 1 -1 . 1 - V - ,,f,-.-are-.. Hg S F ' 1l fx., . zfrzl' . 515: . , f ff . , isfiis,-fl'T'if :fi 1 7 :ii-2-5-rigiggi p 1551: 'fffff'-M"' . . 's ' JEWELRIC 180, Thompkins Hardware TH Co., Inc. 301 Pollard St. 344-6811 Vinton, Va. 24179 General Hardware, Paints, Seeds S Fertilizers, Lawn and Garden Supplies, Fishing Supplies Ads 159 BUNKER HILL SELF SERVICE OLD COUNTRY STORE 1.0. Bolling-Prop. Grocery and General Merchandise 122 South, Route 3 Bedford, Virginia 24523 BLU E-J CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY SERVICE Complete Dry Cleaning 81 Laundry Service Pick-up8i Delivery Rug cleaning - Drapery Service Fur and Garment Storage 1 Hour Dry Cleaning 209 South Street Phone: 586-9328 Seibel Bros. Inc. Route 1, Box 54 Roanoke, Va. BODY CAMP STORE K.R. Ferguson Groceries Citgo Gas 84 Oil Route 3 Bedford, Va. MASON'S MARKET Route 122 South i 6 - latency. ion LJ. Bays and Sons Hauling 84 Excavating Phone: 297-4961 Huddleston, Va. Bedford, va. 3' The Friendly Convenience y Market I.. J L Ph. 586-8990 A.B.c. off 'Q 7 160 Ads I-IERFF IGNES Manufacturer of the Official Class Ring And Graduation Stationery For STAUNTON RIVER HIGH SCHOGL ff? Y M Herff Iones Products: Class Rings Graduation Announcements Caps and Gowns, Personal Cards and related accessories Local Representative Medal and Trophy Awards-Club Pins- Yearbooks-Diplomas and Certificates- REED SCHWEICKERT Fund Raising Ideas P.O. Box 245 Midlothian, Va. 23113 Quaker Baptist Church ROUTES 722 AND 731 Lyle Drug Store Inc. ., X Ax ivy H-9 LX 1 if , fx L t , 5- ,sp ggi ' Prescrl tions f P V. I. ,BE L 1' .1 ....' lk Y W . . :misty , ,fe, , X -QE: in Serving The Public "M 75,5 'fQ.4,gf5, Sinha "1898" 5 Ei uf Phone 586-1013 .fi'Qf-Q, Bedford, Va. 'f "Free Delivery" :" - 't 9 ' ,r f - H L-Lf: " fe- A3 W- -95 E Ei V if - T' W , - ,ffliif if 1' I Quaker gookiei' Qhurch ' ,X 4 L Ynudford ,Virginia ' "Sending forth the Word of Life" i WORSHIP SERVICE EACH SUNDAY 11:00 AM REV. GILBERT M. PROFITT, Minister ORGANIZED 1776 SPRAD'S Department Store Compliments of G N E R "Bedford's Fashion Leader" Corner Of Washington J And Bridge Streets Bedford, Virginia Bedford' virginia Harrel A. Parker, Ir, Business: 586-9263 162 Ads Compllments ol MAR KHAM IVIILLING COMPANY Stewartsville Vlfglnla X ' Qi P ' fa- '2- 'Wx We f J' if ,- If GERRY'S FLOWER SHOP Gerry and Bennie Mann Route 4 State Rt 74 Bedford Vngmm 45 3 D1al797 4915 Ads 163 ww - ,J :V N I O... AW fm A 4 ' O ,Wim .QQ .' 'wr .X x- Jwfgf, wx? wang sim. Quai we,'f1f.fLM?O1,9 First N3fiOl'13l Exchange Bank A Dominion Bankshares Bank TWO OFFICES iN BEDFORD rvnemaen FEDERAL osPosnT msummce convonfmow 164 Ads Compliments of BEDFORD BULLETIN-DEMOCRAT Your County Newspaper THE PRINT SHOP For all your printing needs. Phone 586-8612 Bulletin Building 202 East Main Street Bedford, Va. Home Cooked Food-Antiques Groceries-Cas Wake Field Inn B.E. Conner Chamblissburg, VA Phone Rt. 24 890-2600 Congratulations to Mary and Martha Hoskins! Craft House 104 E. Main Street Phone Bedford, Va. 586-3006 Qrggelzf Bedford, Virginia Clothing and shoes For the Entire Family Household Supplies Located opposite Court House SCOTT 81 BOND REAL ESTATE ll! E.MAlN Sl, ' IEDFOID, VL24522 When you think of Insurance or Real Estate, think of Scott gl Bond Ads 165 Compliments of O B E N C H AIN 'S 170 'of WWE 5 K'Discount to Students" 111 Lee Ave. 345-8385 Vinton! Vnginla 343-4149 J"'l GREEN THUNIB FLORIST AND GARDEN SHOP D COLlI1lFLll'Sl 1 1913 L. Wasliingt A Vinton. Vu 4179 PI Dy aio as 4151124 4115 . WMM ,, 5 2 db TD 6 Qfvrn MY-lp Compliments of: Keystone Shoes Lake Drive Plaza Vinton, Virginia C pl ents of M CARTY PAINTS AND SUPPLY B 3 M re Paint Compliments of BLANKENSHIP'S PAINT STORE Bedford's O dest Paint Store 207 North Bridge St. Bedford, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of Afsszfriiaizzf INSURANCE AGENCYINC. fx 81 R western Fred L Swisher Aggctigtv A Phone: 586-8229 W glflltgfglyllglilglsllla 201 South Street DiH1343-3585 Bedford, Va. 166 Ads Our MTB bankers went to school, too. So hesides our W regular checking, . ' savings, loans and i lf' 7 A such, We re Well ,X X --. -- A3 attuned to special student needs. XJ H ii Like parent! student joint checking or savings, education loans and the like. At MTB we have a special interest in students. Because a lot of them turn out to he our loest customers. And some turn out to he our hest bankers, too. Mountainiust, your Lifetime Bank. Member FDIC. M T B MOUNTAIN TRUST BANK I I An affiliate of First 81 Merchants Corporation "Your Health Is Our Profession" Bedford's Full Service Drug Store Green's Drug Store Pharmacist on Call 24 Hours a Day Westgate Shopping Center Bedford, Virginia Phone: 586-8261 Tuck's Service Center and Tuck's Auto Sales Route ir122 Moneta, Virginia Compliments of Delong's of Vinton Department Store 108 Lee Ave, Vinton, Va. 24179 Phone 343-6495 Elk City Auto Supply -.-.3 112 Center Bedford, Va. Phone 586-3941 168 Ads MURRAY CHEVROLET, INC. "Friends Meet Friends" New cars - Phone JU6-8277 Used cars - Phone JU6-8167 Bedford, Virginia STATE FARM Insurance Companies H.A. "Buddy" McGraw CN. "Buzz" Cooper Agents COI'l'lpIlI'TlentS of 51'A1g FARM JOHNSON'5 FURNITURE South Bridge Street msuiuncs Bedford, Virginia Coffey 8: Saunders Farm Store 116 So. Bridge Bedford "Where Friends Meet" 801 Macon Street Phone: 586-8178 Bedford, Virginia Compliments of RlCHARDSON'S JEWELERS NICKS FURNITURE COMPANY Mayor Nicks i .- 'f'-i"T: 1 I i Registered Watchmakers All Work Electronically Timed ' G. W. Richardson, Owner .--.3,,.,i 1 ' 107 Lee Ave. Vinton, Va. A C E DA R K EY QV iNCOQPORA15D SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE QW65 Huddieslon, Virginia 241104 - Prioneim-2975118 "Sportfishing Haven for the Angling Elite" Ads 169 Compliments of SAUNDERS MARINA Smith Mountain Lake Chris-Craft-Boston Whaler Starcraft-johnson Motors Boat Rentals and Opened and Covered Slips for rent Location-end of rt. 626 Route 1, Huddleston, Va. Phone: 297-4412 or 297-4960 Ben Franklin Family Center Westgate Shopping Center Bedford, Virginia Sportsmen's Inn Inc. Motel 81 Restaurant Located on Smith Mountain Lake Rt. 1 Box 268D Huddleston, Va 24104 Phone 17031 297-4933 FRANICS BARBER SHOP Bedford, Virginia Q Compliments of 7: 5: :E T7' BEDFORD DRY CLEANERS 237 W. Depot Street Bedford, Virginia Phone IU6-8012 Gross Point Marina Smith Mountain Lake Restaurant-Boating-Fishing Overnight Lodging Phone: 297-9811 Compliments of Gordon's Wholesale Co. Billy and Wayne Witt Route 5 Box 79 Bedford, Va. 24523 W.E. CUNDIFF CO. INC. Builders and Developers 118 Pollard Street Vinton, Va 342-1760 W.E. CUNDIFF REALTORS Res.-Commercial-Farms Insurance 118 S. Pollard Street Vinton, Va 24179 344-5585 170 Ads The All New Rainbow Drive-ln 84 Restaurant Snack-Lunch-Dinner Hamburgers-Ft. Longs-Fries Featuring the "Roma Room" Try our Delicious Donuts and Italian Bread Open 7 days 'til Midnight on Fri. and Sat. Carry out service 586-1111 Dairy Queen in Season 1504 Longwood Ave. On U.S. 221-East City Limits "When Shadows Cather Let Us Assume The Burden" BEDFORD FUNERAL HOME Serving Bedford and Surrounding Counties Since 1962 586-9167 or Call Collect U.S. 460 E. lust Beyond City Limits R.B. Hancock Grocery Box 211 Huddleston, Va. 24104 Phone 297-2505 N. s. DELLIS EXQN Self-Service Grocery Farm Supply 8: General Merchandiser Phone: Stone Mt. 297-2007 HOLDREN'S INC. Roanoke Salem Blacksburg Bedford Compliments Of YOUR SCHOOL DAIRY Roanoke, Virginia Ads 171 ARNEY'S TEXACO BoYD's GARAGE at Bom sHoP AND GRQCERY General Auto Repair Auto Painting and Body Work Phone: 297-2642 Route 2 Moneta, Virginia SERVICE STATION ' Phone: 297-5215 Huddleston, Va. S 81 H Green Stamps Tires Lubrication Grocery Ice Oil Fishing Supplies LAKESIDE REALTY Melvin S. Iohnson-Broker box 496, Moneta, Va. 24121 f703l 297-4957 f703l 297-2355 DELONG'S SERVICE STATION GROCERIES-ICE Phone-297-4813 Hunting gl Fishing Licenses Phillips 84 Craghead Inc. Television Sales 81 Service Dial 586-8829 202 N. Bridge Street Bedford, Virginia MONETA TRACTUR AND EQUIPEMENT Co MONETA, VA. International Harvest Dealer Sales and Service Frigidaire-Homelight I. 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Area code 804-845-7241 Ads 177 Index Bowyer, judy Farlene 54 -A- Abbott, Martha Edmona 54 Absher, Albert Blair lll 36 Akers, Kathy Lynn 54 Aliff, David Allan 36 Aliff, Karen Frances 54 Altice, jeffery Matthew Altizer, Ray Wilson 54 Anderson, Dorothy Mae 36 Anderson, Gail Denise 46 Anderson, Ruth Diana 46 Anderson, Timothy Wayne 54 Andrews, Clenda Annette 54 Angell, Donna Fern 9, 27, 63, 12 Anthony, Harvey Ray 46 Anthony, Ricky Allen 28 Anthony, Sharon Elaine 36 Archer, Timothy Edward 9, 127 Arrington, Brenda Lee 54 Arrington, Vicky Nelson 28 Arrington, Wanda Fay 36 Aschbrenner, Rodger Alan 46 Aschbrenner, Tami Rhea 36 Atkinson, Gary Lynn 9 Atkinson, Rhonda Marie 46, 120 Ayers, Carlton Windel 36 Ayers, Richard Kieth 28 -3- Baker, Michael David 9 Baker, Teresa Ann 54 Baker, Vicky Sue 54 Bartlett, Linda Sue 54 Barton, Beverly Ann 54 Barton, Rhoda Ernestine 28 Basham, Donna Gail 36, 114 Basham, Donnie Wray 28, 116 Bays, Basil Edward 36, 127 Bays, Robin Lynne 46, 53 Belton, Cheryl Lynn 54 Belton, Cynthia Faye 36 Berger, Angela Grace 55 V Blankenship, David Keith Blankenship, Delores Anne 9 Board, Agnes josephine 46 Board, Angela Lewis 54 Board, Liza jane 37 1,115 Bowles, Bowles, Michael Ray 47 Sandra Rena 47, 137, 140, 141 Bowling, Deborah jean 54 Bowling, Vicki Lynn 10 Bowling, William Gary Bowyer, Bowyer, Donna Kay 54 joy Elaine 47, 105 Bowyer, Randy Wayne 37 Bowyer, Sandra Kay 28 Bowyer, Sharon jean 10 Bowyer, Steve Edward 37 Bowyer, Sylvia jean 10 Campbell, Richard Lee, 47 Carper, Carper, Daisy Mae 54 Frank Edward, jr. 29 Carter, Billy Brown Carter, Cindy Ann 11, 95, 104, 106 Carter, Lee Ann 29, 119 Carter, Carter, Michael Douglas 29 Nathaniel Henderson 29 Cassidy, Tami Lynne 37, 98, 114 Cassity, Calvin Eugene 134 Catron, Barbara Ann 47 Catron, Terri Lee Cawley, Carolyn Fay 11 Bowyer, Toni jayne 37 Bradd, jon David 47, 148 Bradley, Kevin Clark 10 Bradley, Mark Anthony 47 Bragg, janet Lynn 54 Bramlett, Donna Gail 47 Bramlett, jeffrey Lee 54 Bramlett, Rita Altizer 10 Bramlett, Terry Dean Branson, Bette Lynn 46, 47, 66, 105, 118, 119, 133, 98, 99 Branson, Zane Edward 28, 118, 132, 133, 144, 99, 110 Brown, Barbara Diann 37, 95, 137 Brown, Barry Wendell 37 Cawley, Carolyn Marie 47, 81 Chandler, Tammy Lee 47 Chandler, Vickie Lynn 38 Chaney, Sarah Kay 11 Chattin, David Mark 47 Chattin, Micheal Wayne Chattin, Robert Lewis 38 Cheatvvood, Kathleen Diane 47 Cheatvvood, Oscar Leon 47 Cheek, Diane Marie Cheek, Richard Alvin Chisom, john Wayne 11, 127 Chittum, Daniel Dawn 54, 150 Clark, Danny Lee 47 Clark, William Clark 38 Brown, Brown, Brown, David Arthur 28, 132 Debbie Lynn 47, 141 Dennis Allen 54 Brown, james Monroe 37 Brown, john Lewis 47, 134 Brown, Larry Douglas 37 Brown, Laura Abbott 37 Brown, Michael Alan 28, 138, 139, 145 Brown, Sharon Kay Bryan, Sandra Renee 54, 80, 102, 151 Bryant, Timothy Page 10 Burdette, Curtis Lee 134, 148 Burdette, Donald Lewis 54 Burdette, Gracie Mae 47 Burdette, Leroy junior Burnette, Penny Carol 37, 137 Burnette, Kevin Lee 47 Clement, Boyd Wyatt 54 Clement, Cline Melvin 54 Clement, Gregory Lloyd 11 Clement, Randolph Wendell 38 Collins, Debra Sue 29 Collins, Micheal Wayne 11 Collins, Susan Lynn 29 Collins, Wanda Gale 11 Comer, Dale Annette 29 Cook, Cindy Lynn 54 Cooper, Freddie Lynn jr. 11 Cooper, Patricia Ann 47 Cooper, Sarah jean 54 Cosgrove, Christine Louise 28, 29, 65, 100, 101 102, 103, 104, 123, 98, 114 Cox, jimmy Lee Craddock, james Arthur 54 Craft, Carolyn Elizabeth 46, 48, 105, 118, 119, Bobbitt Bobby Lee Bobbitt, Deborah Marie 28 Bobbitt, Debra Elaine 28 Bobbitt, Larry Dean 37 Bobbitt, Trudy Rgina 9, 26 Bolling, William Thomas 46 Bond, Anthony Keith 54 Bonds, Bonds, Carolyn Marie 112 Eugene Walter 46 Bonds, Hazel Delores 37, 118 Bonds, Kathleen Denise 37, 41 Bonds, Lee Marvin Bonds, janice lrene 54 Bonds, Nathaniel Cephus Bonds, Robert Lee, jr. 9, 118, 144, 127 Booth, jeffrey Haden 9 Booth, Teresa Lynn 54, 151 Booth, Tommy Walter 37 Booth, Trina Lynn 47, 120 Bush, Annette Marie 37 Bush, Sandra Gail 10 Byrd, Dale Wayne -Q- Cabe, Mary Beth 47, 149 Callahan, Timothy Dean 54 Calvert, Charles William 54, 118 Campbell, john Marshall, jr. Campbell, joyce Alice 37 Campbell, Randall Wayne E AGLC 149, 99, 96 Craghead, Donald Lee 132, 133, 145 Craig, David 148 Craig, Kenneth Warner 54 Craighead, Gerald Vincent 12, 78 Craighead, jeffrey Bruce 54, 150 Craighead, Sheree Ann 29 Creasy, Charles Lee 29, 118 Creasy, Randy Lynn 48 Creasy, Teresa Lynne 12 KNIUIU. IJ I Boothe, Rabon Darryl 54 Boothe, Stacy Vaughn 47 Booze, james Herbert 47 Bowden, Brenda Lee 47, 149 Bowden, joseph Terry 37 Bowden, Tanya Sue 37 Bowden, jennifer Lynn 10 Bowden, Vickie Lynn 29 Bowles, Kathy Sue 29 178 Index ,C-K Y , , in 8+-4 -elf 12 Ltfz- Crider, josephine Geneva 54 Crider, Shelia Diann 12, 62, 111 Crider, Wiley Parker 38 Crockett, Mark Anthony 12, 94 Ferguson, jennie Ann 38 Ferguson, Norman Dale 56 Ferguson, Randy Lee 14 Ferguson, Rhonda Sue 38 Ferguson, Sheila Kay 56 Crouch, Keith Stuart 48 Cundiff, Gary Lee Cundiff, Martha Ann 54 Cunningham, Christine Annette 54, 151 Cunningham, Ella Cunningham, james Edward 54 Cunningham, Tom junior 48 -D- Davidson, Ricky William 56 Davis, Charles Paul 38, 148, 110, 127 Davis, Charlie William 12, 95 Davis, Cynitha Anne 29, 141 Davis, joesph Anthony 29, 80 Davis, Linda Kay 48, 120 Davis, Ricky Lee 56 Davis, Sandra Marie 38, 80 Ferguson, Teresa Gail Ferguson, Vicky Lynn 48, 50, 149, 120, 98, 96 Ferris, Carol Elizabeth 14 Fielder, Brady Douglas 48 Fielder, Brenda Anne 56, 61 Fielder, Florence Marie 14 Fielder, johnny Wayne Fielder, joyce Darlene 14 Fielder, Sandra Faye 56, 98 Fielder, Teresa Ann 38, 111 Finch, Lenora Faye Fletcher, David Charles 38 Flowers, Stephanie Dianne 56 Floyd, Anita Merle 56 Folsom, janice Carol 56 Forbes, Rita Louann 14 Dawson, Sharon D'Lynn 48 Dearing, jack Eustace 12, 27 Deel, Diane Gray 12, 100 - Deel, jenny Lind 12 - DeLancey, Susan Darlene 56 Delong, Freda Annette 147 Delong, Kenneth Wesley 67, 100 Dickerson, Cynthia Denise 56 Diggs, Cynthia Lee 13 Diggs, David Lewis 56 Dillon, Cindy Gaye 46, 48, 95 Dillon, jeffery james 38 Dillon, Robert Lewis 13, 66, 188, 199, 116 Fore, Larry Kenneth 56 Fore, Ricky Lynn 56 Forrest, Forrest, Brenda Marie 14, 62, 119 Larry Vincent 57, 118 Foster, Cathy Sue 39 Foster, Luke Derrick 48 Fout, Dena Mae 39 Foutz, Carl Roosevelt 48, 134, 135 Foutz, Connie Marie 14, 119 Foutz, Hazel Marie 39, 85 Foutz, Teresa Kay 48 Foutz, Terry jane Foutz, Thomas Richard 48 Dillon, Tammy Sue 48 Dinkle, Glenn Douglas 29 Dodd, Marie Tina 56 Dooley, Charlotte 13 Dooley, Malanie Faye 48, 105, 99 Dudley, Gebra Lynn Dovel, Larna Lovonne 38 Duncan, Alice Marie Duncan, Donald Dean jr Fowler, Nancy Lynn 39, 137, 112 Francisco, Brenda Gale 30 Francisco, Robert Mitchell, jr. 48 Franklin, jessie Rae 15, 99, 106 Franklin, Keith Allen 39, 132 Frost, David Wayne 48, 135, 148 -Q- Gaither, David Earl 57 Garrett, Duncan, judy Lynne 38, 119 Duncan, Roberta Ann 56 Duncan, Tawanna jean Duncan, john Mark -E.. Eades, Helen Theresa 13, 27, 64, 66 188, 122, 98, 84 , 100, 104, Gaither, Donna Christine 46, 48,103,136, 99, 97 Gallion, Tommy Linwood Garber, Carol Anne 57 Garber, Nancy jeanette 39 Garber, Robert Edward 49, 134 Garcia, Carlos Enrique Garcia, Eloy Alberto 57 Larry Lee 39 Eades, Kevin Bryan 38, 42, 188 Eades Stephanie Ann 56 Garrett, Laverne Gay 39 Eades, Theresa Ann 48, 141, 120 Eddy, Deborah Ann Eggleston, john Lynwood Ellis, Ralph Edward 29, 132, 133 Ellis, Ricky Douglas 38 Ellis, Tammie Maydean 48, 136 English, Dale Clyde 134 English, Gary Dannel 30, 127 English, jerry Lee 48 English, Mahlon Garfield 56, 134, 150 English, Shirley Mae 48 Ennis, jeff Errel 38 Ensor, Tammy Leigh 13 Entsminger, Ronnie Franklin Epperly, Albert Russell 148, 107 Epperly, Eddie Wayne 38, 46, 148 Eppley, Laura Lee 48 Gates, Connie Loretta 39 Gates, joe Cecil Gates, Patricia Priscilla 57 Gibson, Gary Wayne 80, 128, 127 Gibson, Sharon Laverne 15 Giles, jeffrey Allen 49, 118 Gillespie, Bonnie Susan 57 Gilley, Charles Mark 57, 134, 150 Gilreath, Timothy Berry 57 Goggins, Barbara Marie 57 Goggins, Carol Poincella 49, 93 Goggins, Cheryl Teresa 38, 39, 112 Goggins, Nelson O'Gean 15 Gordon, Mark Allan 39 Graham, Ernest Wayne Gray, Debra Lynn 57 Gray, Donna Sue 49, 149 Gray, Tr oy Abraham, jr. Eppley, Sharon Ann 13, 121 Ewers, Kathy Diane 30 Ewers, Robert Lee 56 -F- Farnam, Valerie Kay 48, 105, Faunce, Valorie Lynne 13 Feathers, Pamela Sue 56 Feazell, Gary Neal 13 Ferguson, Barbara Lynn 30 Ferguson, Becky Sue 14 Ferguson, Charles Hunter 56 Ferguson, james Lee 48 149, 98 Greene, Steven Randall 57, 103, 118, 134 Greenway, Vickie Dianne 15 Griffith, Elizabeth Anne 49 Grigsby, Kenneth Randolph 30, 129, 127 Grubb, Mary Belinda 49 -H- Hale, Donald Emory S7 Hale, jackie Allen Hale, Patricia Ann 57 Hall, Frances Elizabeth 57, 151 Hall, jeanette Odessa 15, 137, 140, 141, Hall, jeffrey David 57 112 I W Us Hall, john oliver 15, 132, 133, 144, 115 Hampton, Micheal james 57 Hancock, Brian Montgomery 15, 62, 66, 118, 132, 144 Hankins, james Tyndall 39, 110 Hannabass, Gary Lewis 49 Hannabass, Teresa Maxine 15 Hardy, Michael Clyde 39 Harkrader, Margaret Elizabeth 8, 16, 63, 66, 100, 142, 98, 115 Harkrader, Robert Ward 49, 134 Harmen, Ronald Mark 49 Harper, Garry Lee Harris, Carolyn Fay 49 Harris, Kimberly Ann 16 Harris, Sharon Gail 16 Hart, Patricia Sue 30 Hartberger, Mark Allen 39, 107 Hartberger, Randy Neil 8, 16, 63, 100, 99, 107 Hartman, Marilyn Dooley 16 Hayden, Fredrick Lee Hayden, Timothy Louis 49, 134 Headrick, Cliford Neal Hedge, William Eugene Odell 49, 103 Henderson, Dawn Danita 39, 119 Henderson, Gerald Dewin 39, 117 Henderson, Gweyn Laverne 57 Henderson, Marshall jr 16, 145, 115 Henderson, Robin Annette Hensley, james William jr 49, 134, 138 Hensley, Lewis Edward 40, 132, 138, 84 Hensley, Ninah Lee 16, 199, 142, 143 Heptinstall, Bobby Sherwood Heptinstall, Kathy jo 57, 151 Hill, David Wayne 40 Hill, Denise jiyce 49 Hill, Douglas Deckton 16 Hill, Gary Lee Hill, Larry Dean 40 Hill, Patricia Ann Hill, Robert Ward 57 Hill, Tammy joanne 49, 80 Hodges, Deborah 30 Hodges, Regina Lee 57 Hodges, Robin Ann 57 Hodges, Bobby Dewane Hogan, Cathy Sue 40, 199 Index 179 5 XY? 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L3 w- f fair., 'iQ,'l? 5413-11 4 Hogan, Debra Elaine 17 Hogan, Gary Douglas 57 Hogan, Melody Ann 17 Martin Holdren Charles Rufus 57 Holdren, Robert Collins jr 49 Holdren, Shelia Renee 57, 105 Holland, Barbara jean 17, 199, 111, 116, 112 Holland, Dennis Lee Holland, james Lewis Hoover, David Meador Hoppaugh, Carla joan 49, 103 Hoppaugh, Kathy Maria 17, 64, 104, 132, 99 Hoskins, Martha Sue 17, 63, 67, 100, 104, 123, 130,131,121,115 Hoskins, Mary Lou 17, 27, 64, 104, 123, 130, 131 Home, Sharon Priscilla 49 Housman, Vicki Lynn 40 Howard, Tammy jo Howell, Gary Michael 40 Howell, Karen Mildred 28, 30, 130, 131, 98,114 Howell, Sylvia Faye 17, 137, 141 Howell, Valerie Dawn 40 Hubbard, Debbie joy 49, 120 Hubbard, Pamela Ann 17, 100, 131, 113 Hubbard, Sandra Lynn 30, 33, 147 Merrill Huddleston Hubbleston Huddleston Huddleston Huddleston , Barry Ray 40 , Carey Stewart , Deborah Kay , james Lee 40, 132 , john Wesley 40, 148 Huff, Buelah Mae 57 Hurt, Barbara Ann Hurt, Carol Sue 57 Hurt, Henery Earl 40 Hurt, Leroy Walker jr Hurt, Sylvia Lee 50 Hutchens, Barbara Anne 50, 131, 136, 141, 12 Hutchens, Kandy Marshall 18, 100, 106 -1- jackson, Shirley Marie 57 jacobs, Carl Edward 40 jacobs, Mark Randall 40, 148 jacobs, Samuel Vincent jala, Mark David 50, 103 janney, Vicky Lynn 50 johnson, Daniel Hampton 18 johnson, David Allen 50 johnson, Donna Kaye 30 johnson, George Tommy 86 johnson, Harry Walker 40, 86 180 Index O johnson, john Calvin Lawhorn, Sarah Virginia 50 Lawhorn, Vicki Sue 50, 120 Lee, Cathy Lynn 58 Lee, jerome Lowell Lee, Lisha Grena 50 Link, Grace Schultz Lipiczky, Stephanie Anna 41 Lipscomb, Alan Leon 31 Lipscomb, Bonnie Sue 50, 53, 120 Lipscomb, Ellen Yolanda 41, 92, 102, 98 Lipscomb, Sherry Denise 41, 137, 140, 141 Looney, David Wayne 19, 27, 66, 118 Lyle, Mark William 58 Lyle, Randy Eugene 31 Lynch, Danny Ray 41 -MC- McBride, Connie 31 McBride, Elizabeth Alaine 41 McBride, Lawrence Aaron 58 McCaleb, Sherry Lynn 51 McCall, Cornelia Ann 19 McCormack, Dennis Lee 51 McCormick, Linda Charline 41 McCormick, Tanya Dawn 51 McKee, Marty David McKee, Randy Carlton 19 McKee, Rhonda Lynn 51 McPherson, Nora jeanette 51 -M- Maddox, john Chapman Markham, Ella Faye 31, 111 johnson, Kathy Yvette 30 johnson, Lester Lee 57 johnson, Linda Faye 50, 136 johnson, Marshall McCoy 30, 95, 138, 139 johnson, Michael Price 127 johnson, Michael Wade 18 johnson Peggy Eileen 57 johnson, Peggy Sue 40, 106 johnson, Phyllis Nadine 36, 40, 136, 112 johnson, Steven Dale 40, 118 johnson, Tina Marie 18 jones, Deborah Lynne 57 jones, Dennis Osborne, jr. 40, 138, 84 jones, jerry Roben 50, 81 jones, Michael Wayne 50 jordan, Nancy Lee 50 jordan, Thomas Glenn 58 jordan, Toby Ray judd, jacqueline Marie 58 judd, Patricia Ann 50 juhl, Donna Marie 40 -K- Karnes, David Michael 18 Karnes, Laurie jeanne 50 Karnes, Martha jane 18, 106 Kasey, Glenda Kay 18, 63, 66, 100, 99, 121 Kasey, Velma Mae 30 Kendrick, Fredrick Ray 30 Ketron, Glenda Annalee 40 Kinsley, joel Allan Kinsley, Paul Kevin 31 Krantz, Charlene Faye 50 Kropff, Richard Everette -L- Lachniet, David Carl Lachniet, Pamela Sue 41 Lafferty, Dean 50 Lafferty, Gene 118 Lafon, Robin Ann 54, 58, 93, 151 Lafon, Steve Hill 18, 97, 127 Lamb, Gerald Lake, jr. Lantz, Donald Ray 54 Lantz, Gary Allen 50, 134, 135 Lantz, Gary Wayne 31, 138 Latham, Alfred Ernest 58 Latham, Michael Irving 50, 132 Lauth, Nancy Carol 19, 106 Lawhorn, james Wesley , 498, 97 Markham, Phyllis jean 19 Martin Martin, julie Mae 28, 31, 65, 100, Danny Wayne Martin, Lawrence 31, 138 Martin , Lorenzo Allen 138 Martin, Melvin Leon Martin, Nina Lorranie 31 Martin, , Ricky Lee 31, 127 Ronnie Lee 51, 134 Martin, Sylvia Ann 51 Martin, Terry Wayne 31, 58, 138 Mason, David Wayne 58 Maxey, james Lee, jr. 39, 41 Maxey, Lloyd David Maxey, Mark Alan 58 Maxey, Maxey, Sherry Dale 58 Shirley Mae 19, 111 Mayhew, Dreama Lynn 58 Mayhew, joanne 19 Mayhew, William Boyd 19, 99, 107 Mayhew, William Warren 51, 134 Mayo, Kathy Darlene 51 Mays, Robert Leonard, jr. 51 Mays, Calvin Eugene 31 Mays, Cynthia Gay 31 Mays, Harvey 32 Mays, Randal Wayne 41 Mays, Sandra jean 32, 65 Meador, Carolyn Marie 41, 137, 98, 114 Meador, Edward Silar 58 Meador, joesph Calvin Meador, Kenneth Lee 20 Meador, Richard Warren 32, 95, 145, 97 , Donna Kay 51, 136 123, 47 Miller, jerry Lynn 20 Miller, Nanita Gay 32, 142, 143 Miller, Rebecca Helen 41 Minnix, Timothy Lynn 62, 132 Mitchell, Barbara Gail 20 Mitchell, Cathy 32 Mitchell, Danny Lee 51 Mitchell Mitchell , james jay 58 , Mark Anthony 58 Mitchell, Ray Cauthran 41, 148, 97 Mitchell, Susan Renee 28, 30, 32, 65, 93, 100 102,130,131,114 Moles, jeffrey William 20, 64, 66, 100, 101 Moon, Elizabeth Beverly Moon, Karen Lynette 41 Moon, Ricky O'Neal 51, 134 Moon, Willie Adeiphus 58 Mooneyhan, Theresa Eileen 58 Moore, Billy Wayne 58 Moorman, Moorman, Moorman, Moorman, 116 Bobby Ray Carol Sue 20, 87 Denise Rae 20, 100 Susan Lori 36, 41, 81, 102, 199, 137, Moorman, Thomas Frank 58 Morgan, Alfred Clay 32, 65, 100, 128, 138, 127, 117 Morgan, Cathy Anne 20, 62, 100, 121 Morgan, Connie Fay 32, 100 Pedigo, Michael Dean 59 Peerman, Bryan jay 59 Pendleton, Michael Anthony 43 Pendleton, Patricia Gail 51 Pendleton, Sharon Elaine 118 Perdue, Gloria jean 21, 26, 87, 121 Perdue, jerry Wayne 21 Perdue, Sandra Elaine 43 Peters, Sara Lois 59 Plunkett, Edwin Wilson Plunkett, William Timothy 51 Poindexter, Reggie Lee 43, 66, 118 Poole, Roben Kyle 33, 99, 110, 84, 127 Morgan, Donnie Ray 32 Morgan, Henry Alvin 42 Morgan, Robert Lincoln jr 20, 27, 79, 188, 123, 98, 116, 112 Morgan, Robin Linia 21, 62, 66, 118, 142, 143, 121, 116 Morris, Cindy Lynn 49, 51, 136 Mowrey, Bret Danison 51, 101, 134 Mowrey, Kevin Lee 58 Nelms, Albert Benjammin'42 r 1 i Mullens, Bobbie jean 58 Mullens, Debora Lynn 42 Mullens, Traci Gail 58 Mullins, Evelyn Kay 32 Mullins, jerry 51 Mullins, john David 36, 42, 128, 138, 139, 127 Mullins, Rebecca Louise 21, 87 Mullins, Ronald Deas 42 Mullins, Steven 58 -N- Nance Linda Elizabeth 32 65 123 110 84 Nelms, Brenda Nelms, Charles Leen 58, 148 Nelms, Nancy Elaine 42 Nester, joyce Kay 32 Newmam, johnny William 59 Newmam, Virginia Lou 42 Nichols, Cathy Ann 33, 100, 137, 141, 99 Nietzold, Patricia Ann 21, 66, 103 Nimmo, Anita Faye 33, 34, 142, 98 Nimmo, Lois Ann 51, 85 Nimmo, Ralph Edward 59, 150 Noell, Cindy Faye 33, 34, 65, 93, 95, 142, 143, 99, 97 Noell, Danny Ray 42, 99, 127 Saunders, Saunders, Saunders Saunders 1 Clinton Alan 33 Darryl Ernest 52, 101, 121 David Milton 59, 118 Freda Annette 52 Saundersi judy Ellen Saunders , Kathy Elaine 59, 118 Saunders, Lenora Dorothy Mae 33, 118, 137 Saunders, Pamela Faye 43 Scholz, jennifer Lynne 59 Schoonover, Riley joe Schultz, Harold Hugh 59 Scott, David Mitchell 59, 134 Scott, Deborah Mae 52 Norman, Gary Wayne Norman, Kenneth Lewis 35, 100, 102, 103, 99, 127,116 Norman, Steven Alton 59, 150 Nunley, Mitzi Rener 42 -0- Orange, Freemam Collins jr 51 Osborne, Myra Hope 42 Overstreet, Ernest Daviel 59 Overstreet , jeffery Wendell 42 Overstreet, jerry Dean 42 Overstreet, jimmothy Price 42 Overstreet , William Sdison jr 42, 134, 135 Overstreet, William Howard 59 Owen, Allen Thomas -P- Palmer, Ba Lynn 51 Palmer, Daniel Reeves 51, 188 Palmer, David Otha 21, 66, 118, 132 Palmer, Linda Ann 59 Palmer, Michall Wayne 43 Pastel, Palmer, Ronnie Eugene 21 Panniel, Mary Ann 21 Parker, Glenn Berkley 43, 85 Parker, james Leslie 51 Parker, Micheal Lane 51 Parker, Tracy Michelle 59 Randolph Douglas 43 Pastell, Sherry Leigh Payne, Vincent Edwards Peck, Barbara jean Peck, Michael Dexter Powers, Connie Lee 43 Seay, Kevin Andrew Powers, l9fff9Y Maron 59, 134, 150 Seay, Teresa Frances 44, 119, 111 Powers, MNIOF1 Elma, lr. Sellars, Katherine Blake 8, 22, 27, 63, 67, 100, Powers, Ricky 51 122, 130, 131, 98 Pf6Sf'l6'll, K3fl'IY L69 59, 95 Sellars, William Lionel jr. 52, 132 Pl'9Sn0ll, Pamela jean 59 Sellers, Gloria Ann 8, 22, 27, 63, 100, 140, 141 Preston, Denfvin Phillip 128, 148, 127 98, 121, 115 Preston, Ethelda 43, 137 Semes Donna Gay 22 94 Preston' Lisa Ann 59 Sheltoh, Carolyn Faye '59 Preston, Posey Gene 54, 59 Shelton Dennis Ray 34 Eristsgavyllllzm PHVQ331 145 Shepheid, Steven Ray 59 ri c r , ar n ee Pritchard, Daniel Dreaser 43 Shreyystgury' Allen Lee 44' 95 Purcell lorgeanna 43 Shrews ury, Rita Lynne 22 ' Silverman, Ellen Sharon 44 -R- Silverman, Franklin Paul 52 Rader Mark Twain 22 Simmons, Cathy Anne 44, 99, 97 Radford, Kenneth Eugene 43 2:r:kmgn:nr:glaarKnCng259 Ransom, Sharon Elizabeth 43 Slocilmy Rick Daniel 52 118 Redick' ylcky Layonne Amnh, Qxshfoid Dellifl jfj 52 Reynolds' Kathy Sue 59 Smith Carol Edwiha 44 so 147 Reynolds, Rickard Paul 22, 27 Smith' Cora Irene ' ' Rfiynold' Tags? Gall 43 Smith, Kathy Louise 44, 111, 116 Rlchards' Held' lo 43 Smith, Michael Wright Rmhards' Steve lay 33 Smith Richard Gene 59 Rider' Deborah Kay Smith, Ruby Elizabeth Riggs, joanna Elaine 52,105, 120 Smith' Sheila Fresnel' 22 gifqgy Egfimne Smith, Timothy Richard 34 tmnytiei Szwsrpiirm Robem' Robe" Sidney 33 SHOW, Dgvid Chilrlss 59 118 Robertson, Brenda Gail 33 S ' h. I ' Robertson, Inez 33 now' S lr? lean 52 Robertson, Roy Edward gowgigs' E Erydcflfytgg Robertson, Vernon Ray 43 Sow SCI. lc NL n ggny Rose, Timothy jay 33 SOYHGFS, iLacey 'fince Ross, Dennis Lynne 33 Sp' 'Jen' Paw? fy 34 ROSS' Robe' Cum 52 Slgigdlihy R?1rrTdal?C3J'Neal 52 134 Rucker' Barry Lynn Spradlin, Robin Lynne 59 V -S- St. Clair Anita Kathryn 22 Saul, Leslie jane 43 St. Clair, james Early Saunders, Bonnie Teresa 137, 116 St. Clair, Lana Sheree Saunders, Brenda Gay 52 St. Clair, Richard Timothy 43, 127 Saunders, Carl jeffery 43 St. Clair, Sandra Gail 52 aww '-" f 35. .y il . on - ir 1' f ' ' I ak ' 1 K . g 1 I , , ,, - aft.. f ' ' 1 t 'iw-'F M . I, g. ,, . Q gay Index 181 White, Mark David 61 Stephenson, Deborah Anne 44 Stephenson, Elbert Lynn 60 Stevens, Connie Faye 61, 60 Stevens, Lynn Renee 44, 137 Stevens, Posemary 44 Stevens, Woody Glenn 60 Storall, Nina Alice 60 Stull, Roy Lee 23 Stump, Timothy Eugene 44, 86 Sublett, jerry Wayne 60 Sublett, Susan jane 23, 119 Sublette, jeanette Faye 34, 130, 1 Sublette, Thomas Edward 44, 45 Sutphin, Richard Leroy Swain Swain Swain, Swain Brenda Lois 34 Dawn Nadine 60 janet Kay 54, 60 Kevin Edward -V- Swain, Linda Marie 31, 34, 95, 11 Swain, Sandra Lynn 44 Swain, Virginia Mae Sweeney, james Michael 60 -T- Thomas, Cookie 60 Thomas, Darrell jesse 60 Thomas, Donna Marie 34 Thomas, james Daniel 23, 85 Thomas, james Michael 23 Thomas, Mildred Ann Thomas, Paul Andrew 52, 134, 146 Thomas, Roger Lee 23 Thomas, Ronald Eugene 132 Thomas, Ronnie Allen 44, 86 Thomas, Roy Dale 44 Thomas, Teresa Ann 52 , julie Ann 23 Thomas, Vicky Marie 60 Thomasson, Thomasson, Thomasson Thomasson Thomasson, Thomasson, Thomason, Constanza Teresa 52 Dennis Earl 52 Emmanuel juan Linda Marie 44 Mark Len 23 Mark Wood 44 Thomasson, Marvin Glenn 34 Thomasson, Thomasson, Thomason, Thomasson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Mary Belinda 60 Regina Marie Ricky Lewis 60 Terry Lee 44 Peggy Leigh 52, 136, Rhonda Faye 44 Richard Dale 52 31,110, 84 2 98 Trilyon Ann 52, 136, 120 Wanda Kaye 44 Thurman, Gregory Alben 23, 107 Toler, jeffery jereme 60 182 Index Toler, Mary Ann Toller, Aubrey Manuel 24, 62, 95, 98. 116 Toney, Cindy Lou 45 Trail, Amos Daniel Trent, Debbie Gail 24, 64, 104, 118, 122, 98 Trimble, Charles Stephen Tuck, Cynthia Ann 24, 26, 63, 67, 142, 99, 96,113 Tuck, Diane Elizabeth 24, 64, 66, 100,118, 142, 143, 121, 116 Tuck, Stephen Michael 52, 134 Tuck, Suzanne Annette 52, 105, 149 Tuck, Tracy Gordon 60 Turner, Thomas Ruben Tyree, Debra Marlene 60 -U- Updike, Glenn Moorman Wheeler, Barry Eugene 61 Wheeler, Brenda Mae 100 Wheeler, Clarince Woodrow 56 61 Wheeler, Clovis Eugene 25 Wheeler, Darrell Lynn 25 Wheeler, Douglas joe 53 Wheeler, Gary Lee 35 Wheeler, jane Gail 25 Wheeler, john Theodore 35 Wheeler, Kenneth Edwin jr. Wheeler, Linda Faye 61, 151 Wheeler, Patricia Gail 53 Wheeler, Susan Ann 61, 99 White, Sandra Lee 61 Whorley, Barbara Priscilla 45, 89 Whorley, Doris Marie 45, 114 Whorley, Kathy Ann Updike, Sheila Marie 58, 60 Whorley, Perry Evan 35 Williams, Charles Leon 35 Williams, Dale Harold 35 Williams, Williams jeffrey Scott 61 Williams Douglas Wayne 53, 118 f joel Brian 53, 105, 134, 135 Van Houten, john David 52 Van Houten, julie Carol 45 Van Houten, Ted Richard 60 Vann, Barry Dean Vann, Kimberly Lavon 52, 141 Van Wart, Roger 34, 80, 101 Vassallo, Eleaner Victoria 60, 151, 98 Vassallo, MaWAnn Alba 29, 34, 92, 93, 103 Vaught, Cathy Lynn 53 Vaught, Richard Dale 45 -W- Wade, Timothy Lee 45 Williams, Robert Edward 45, 61 Williams, Roger Leon Williams, Williams , Stanley Ray 25 Sandra Lee 35, 102, 103 137 113 Williams, Terry Lynn 53, 66, 118 134 146 97 Williams, Thomas Edward 35, 118 Williams, Travis Lee 61 Williamson, Cindy Lee Willis, Harold Dorn jr. 53, 56 Wills, Betty jo 45, 92 Wilson, Daniel Bennett Wilson, Diana Stara 61 Wilson, Gloria jean 35 Wimmer, Lee Ann 66, 118 Wishon, Gary Lowell Wagner, Douglas Brue 60 Waldron, Debra Kay 34 Walker, Walker, Walters Watson, Watson Watson Debbie Lynn 60 Robin Elizabeth 45 Earl Shane 45 Mary Lynn 24, 45 Mnchi Kaye so Wayne Ozell Webb, james Michel 24, 107 Witcher, Sylvester Ronaldo 132 Weeks, james Ira 53 Weeks, Larry joe 61 Welch, Curtis Lee 34, 117 Wells, Docia Denise 53 West, Gregory Lane West, Michael Eugene 53 West, Randy David 61 West, Richard Allen 35 West, Sandra Kay 53 Western, Clinton Frederick 2 100,101,132,144,115 Western, Larry Gene 53 4, 26, 63, 66, 67, Witt, Aubrey Lynn Witt, Donna Witt, james Bennett jr. 25 Witt, Wendell Allen 35, 100 Witt, William joseph 35 Wood, Dean Alvin 61, 134 Woodford, Deborah Ann 45, 116 Woodford, Marcia Carol 8, 25, 140, 141, 98, 99, 121, 96 Woodford, Sally Katherine 35, 137 Woodford, Stuart Bruce 61, 134, 150 Woods, Max Timothy 61, 95 Woods, Tina Marie 45 Woolridge, Mamie Lou 53 Wray, Steven Dwayne 61 Wright, Kathy Sue 35 Wynne, Glenda joyce 53 -Z- Zimmerman, Kathy Marie 25, 121, 97, 106 We were many people, Involved in many things, Sharing, l Or bearing it alone. We worked and played, We shared excitement Of many kindsg The tedious tasks of Homework and practiceg One-of-a-kind triumphs And heartbreaking defeats. All these things that we were And did Are bound together In a tangle of memories But somehow we believe That when we are Remembering the way we were In 1975 lt s the laughter Well remember 1 57"fiF?25'!5'E47f?fT4.'W.f'f2ViFN115f5i' iHEf1'5tlfk'3-:if-??U-"5:4-125511253 C' l-' if ' T' A575-TT,-EH'b'HiQQIEJEf?a1'af:?Ef-if??3?h3'fliwniuiCrk5.ia:W54 Z'-Eli 3"'1f'7Ef,"'l - V: 141' '4-1'1'2',':"- 51,3 4 L.. 'F - 2 V- JJ" " '3fs:l5f7i'2E:KH?! Spring 1975 Varsity L' Baseball The 1975 season for varsity baseball was a disappointing one. With many new players and quite a few veterans it looked like a promising year. How- ever, the team just couldn't get every- -as -QL.. y W thing together at one time. The team's in 'r T A one victory came late in the season and was enjoyed by the team and spectators alike. .31 .A 3. .A an :aiu joe Davis follows through for a good hit. i Randy Hartberger catches the ball on second for an easy out. V il ,AA 1 gm 5 l Coach Fine watches from first base. Coach Higgins and scorekeeper Reggie Poin- dexter look over game statistics. Varsity Baseball team, kneeling lL to Rj: Henry 194 Sports Morgan, Basil Bays, Alfred Morgan, Danny Noell, Buddy Mayhew, Paul Davis, Ray Mitch- ell, David Aliff, and Tommy Williams-Man- ager. Standing: Reggie Poindexter-Score- keeper, Scott Wilson, David Mullins, Mike Hardy, Richard Vaught, Ronnie Thomas, Ricky Martin joe Davis, Charles Creasy, Allan Shrewsbury. -x U W J K f aa- , W -, 'tv ' ?fL,f L ' ' 4 lf" ,, V, ' f- A 'tffailll A fi. 'T 14 . C ' . , ,- 'rri!3fo'i,aft'a-Yttkti' lf K ' ' -, V , Ql- , fig f -N to , ..y?'9wiw: 2-2... ggff-9'5" I .ji y , .g:4'saif-1E,r' fi-fmffrftff ii t t . A 11 gyi1'fs1:4li?'G'1"i'iL3figtQ C ,Q tirrei' 'Z . .t-,-P241-,tiff L Q 'K ..,,1i, t .Q , .:9jg1,M K. I lf 4 4-f'-35' 'Q' , " + 'AFV 5 "- - , 1- 2 A if A' i t . 5-"if ill-'5i'l M ,f . ,' 1 gs me ngytpifwgtqya-M -4. 1 19: ,Vetter r' . ' . , 'sr '--sifftffl-.M ,.,'--4. gg. . - t,,.wf., f.,.,.g , ., wasp .,, fftlffifriv ' . , X' - Iiiiyj- ft" xrfi'-' ', ', ' 4 1.3 ' ALJ' iii, RQ :"'! - '.'.3l'1 ' Softball Left: Gloria Perdue concentrates on her pitch. Softball team, kneeling QL to Rj: Sylvia Howell, lea- nette Hall, Diane Tuck, Gloria Perdue, Martha Hoskins, Liz Harkrader. Standing: Karen Aliff- Manager, Debi Mullens, Lynn Stevens, Cindy Mor- ris-Scorekeeper, Vicky Ferguson, Penny Burnette, Renee Mitchell, Carolyn Craft, Suzanne Tuck, lulie Martin, Kathy Saunders-Manager. Bunting, smart baserunning, and ex- cellent fielding were the keys to an- other successful season for the Eag- lettes. Coach Mitchell had some trouble keeping the pitching staff go- ing, but the girls came through with a 5-5 record, in spite of some problems. 624 .pf Below: Diane Tuck awaits the next pitch, ready for action. Below: Vicky Ferguson reads the signal from Mr. Mitchell and swings away. 5. fir . mri'fSi?5T?! ff Sports 195 Boys' Track The boys' track team had another good season, finishing with an 8-3 record. Individual performances were excellent, with many of the team members setting new records. Only a lack of depth in several of the events kept the Eagle trackmen from being closer contenders for the district championship. The clock shows it as Gerald ran it-10 flat! l , 5 it g t L gt..,."..w'f---4. . .1 1 .il l it ,gr f r. 1- digg .tgg .l it 1, ' U15 U'itfM V . sit? .. - . . V tl-if ' 'P 9"aP'1:tS, A . sv ' 31 . net. .,., C hhluy ry? it J ' - T " -gy. ' ., 2 'fl TFC. ' "if if 5 Y: , K - . 0 ' -t,,,,,, - --'- -.sg 1 " 6- ' R". 44'l"" - , x EKJIW S'....', A 'jfjp 'Ni ' Fu- M Craghead and Preston strain to finish the 100. A f ' ' . U . 41ff'l, f x 4 ,yr , ,Ai l,'i,f1:. JJ, ' f tty' gf, u.- . . .1 t f r tv. 4.4 ,tar 1 ft L' J mfg frefg D V' . 14.7. F :li 75 ' Ya ' ki, V I-'K' I., 'I , 4 l af-, 5. ...H I4- K' ' L A 51 l'TiJ'liyLQgll l... ' 'i tlfcitggifgi L 1: ii: ' 1, it A 'I .V,. ,4,,w""f ' .r " of Q .7 mtltllf KK! 5 fu . ' 4 t 3 , 0 l ' nejll 'L L Ax n E M I' at 3 A if fiizvf ff ' "l" ' . W. ' r r lil, 1 13511 ,J Et Ki! 3' Q F 'R' ls. t 4 D, ' l 'f 'l K-2 . Lily-. lflffk it 'illljf L' 'f it M -Q-F ry. l , f f b. - 5 A it r W ft ,NI I J M 4 PL W2 If ll 'f 3 4.'2'l'f-E fgf 1 IVF? 52 !1f,:,f, . W '4"w7e1'f"i ,fl 1.5, fwfqj 'N ilfvjqflih gg, if '4f2Efl.liii1:l33flll:lll '1 7f'Q74Z.2'ff1ff" ,F 'l"f5.f7f5, 5" A lalffff fflP?'7l4'dilfft:15F51e,"e"ifflzfwlsef 1. aff! ' Sobby Poole goes over the high jump backward. 'Ee .- f 196 Sports Q lf,f?'155j.g 'V QQ. , Q' Q u g5aqg,Wcaaaa.f. is ig, it - t, lg 4. -f-.,,...,.,,,,tf'--f+i aiai P .,5, JJ r It ..l.., .G 1' I . i. rin V " "VF . :' 2 'i ' . A E 7 . . .4, ,. W' S. ,:'Q - 4 , . , at 1,232 I f J ,+G 4 a .0 fl f , . -. -. - V , . 1 ff Q r ' '55, ', 'RX ' - - - -f-f r L D f .- 7 , ---,- vu, 4', f , Q . -ff .,,-1,4 , -A .Ft sc A 1' ' tx:-lull A ' ' 'T' 1 ' f ... ' . up i ' "' ! 54 - 5 if' 2,1-"'5'he -Q 'bf' Q w , :Q f' 9? :ua Pr I Lf f , ,wa F tw' 5 ' 4' If 2, .a 23, 1 if .f " Q - ' W . ' .t-ffl'-' fl 52" :,.-vw : - ,-.gig-N - in -,, .aw-5. " - . ' Wftrffl f , , 'M - e ..-f' PJ" fb., - .rg 1 " "' W " ',1!:'4' V X . a A' "X""' iris-t 'K A rt. . v "' .A ' 'l fl.. u "" 'x b ' xf IX 4 tl X , 1 x J, Steve Lafon tries to raise his vaulting height one more notch. 3 NWT' J A y .v .. ' .ei f 5 f ff: -, " t fi . gli 1. .- z. ' , z .tt ,, , gg- r- .Y 1 f -.rw . .n 4 ,.. ,Q , Q 1 .fy ,Mas '4 "W 4" A7 L. L L H L .,. V 'a.fgf.,...., 131, f' by ...L , - rf' 1, " r , x V., 4, .W -A 'lll 2 L ri QQ Kenneth DeLong puts every ounce of might into another throw of the shot. Track team members, front row: Clinton West- ern, Gerald Craghead, Brian Hancock, David Palmer, leff Moles, Marshall Henderson. Sec- ond row: jimmy Huddleston, Donald Craghead, Eddie Hensley, Larry Western, Billy Sellars, Roger Aschbrenner, john Hall. Third row: Mike Brown, Zane Branson, Larry Garrett, Kenneth DeLong, Bobby Poole, David Brown. Back row: Coach Bolding, Manager junior Ferguson, Paul Thomas, Coach Cundiff. Girls' Track was a newcomer to Staunton River sports this year. The team put a lot of work into making it a good year. The 2-3 record of the team was good for a start and several team members went as far as the Re- gional Meet in competition. leanette Hall also represented SRHS at State. Girls' Track leanette Hall shows the sprinting style that got her to the State meet. .,, 5- s :inf l W ,pts A A sr sll it C' . 'C WP- aw, .l , s 4? - g 'H 'fm we K-A 4 rf ., t fr. v.r.s.e. 33 I f :El Q., :gn an uf ' V6 i ,- 5 2 .1 sf ,ig J ,. hyyxrxgi mf fq ?16" l,- K K A ' ' f r -'5 T 1 T . 4 5 . .. Mm ,aff p zrgtgfig 1. ga- s,,,..fv . , - . 5. .K g,v,.,:. , .ey-Wiz :V 'gms ' V- -. s -L-at-:sig-str rr wt NA- 'A " - . zvfrosgnf gall , ,.. Ma. .. .. ,,,,, . . M t' - t ' rye? -' yf:f?ngg,p: A-a-of . ffgfz-:f:.g.t..:f1,,. - -if: zrsfze' ' fr -11' 'KI ,kziffi wi. s-ff--V-..-V, -- -s K - " f ft " ' -' 'i' ' .G+ .sm .artsy .- ,, ,, -e-eg.?"' .f -, , -- 1' iifriifnffivixv . -ogg?-,i --qw' , V A .5f,..t,,,,,?w,rffPm:g5 -r .- Traci Mullens works to perfect her form in the low hurdles. V 5 I' 'H' xl ' 'ittf, 11. I l E I, A l 2 ',., , s ' "Hr 941' -M 4 Q ff A H5 -Q..mgq3,:.1ff1f 1 Bette Branson and Valerie Farnam race each other in practice. . ' J 4 t , I V W K ,A ,V A . . , 'r W . '14 .. .3 V, , . 4- I il f 'sf if Yiscf' . 5. J , A ,N V- 4... . nv' Girls' II'8Cl4 Team mE'mb6fS, kneeling: Donna An- Lenora Saunders, Bette Branson, Sandra Bowles, Bobbi Mullens, Frances Hall, Traci Mullvns, Coach gell, Liz Hafkfadeff leaneile Hall. Standing, front Valerie Farnam, Tami Aschbrenner. Back row: joy Turner. row: Coach Vaughn, Denise Hill, Sandra Williams. Brywyer-Manager, Peggy Thompson, Robin Lafon Sports l97 lr. Varsity Baseball jeff Powers stays alert to try to catch the Tim Overstreet throws another strike. "We just gotta win!" says Alfred Latham. baserunner. LV. Baseball team members, front row: Tracy Tuck, Alfred Latham, leff Powers, Doug Wagner, Eddie Wil- liams, Danny Mitchell, Randy Creasy, Luke Foster. Back row: Coach Peterman, johnny Huddleston, jon Bradd, Tim Overstreet, Billy Overstreet, Danny Wilson, Mike Howell, jeff Dillon, Gary Lantz. 198 Sports Coach Lawson watches the game intensely from first base. Mark lala and Aubrey Toller display proudly the trophies they won for first place honors at the Tulip Tyme Forensics Festival. as Chris Cosgrove and Donna Gaither pose with the prizes which they earned in competition at Gatlinburg. ll. -t...,.:,.,A, x Forensics Spring is a busy time for the mem- bers ofthe Forensics team at Staunton River. Members of the group partici- pated in several tournaments, in- cluding those in Gatlinburg and Bris- tol. To finance these trips, the students and sponsors worked dili- gently to raise money in many ways. The one event which caused the most excitement was the Faculty Talent Show, in which many of our faculty had an opportunity to share their many abilities with the student body. Forensics team member, kneeling: Mrs. Smith and Miss Mutter, Sponsors. Standing, front row: Ellen Lipscomb, Donna Gaither, Mark lala. Second Row: Aubrey Toller, Lenora Finch, Brenda Forrest, Chris Cosgrove, Sandra Mays, Sandra Williams, Ninah Hensley, lo Wills, Back row: Robert Morgan, Sandra West, Ricky Sutphin, Maryann Vassallo. 'ne' ,,,.y,v , Ti" ffm --. -'wa iw . , iifwg ,, , 9 .y ,zz L- fi ,S , .str C of T i , W 1. 42- F - . fg , ft .. J 'K-f 4 if ,i -2 Y .. V .d. S1 L i , D , ' r t - -fe ,, , ., ,. Q ,-1- I- N I. ,- V. xrk, W 4,,,,,, ,W-,fm 1 W, gqjidsli' , It Qi ' 1 T A A fffs. Q'-' W A Z ,4 H , S-.e Above: Ballet stars Cheryl Smith and Doug Shoma- ker perform in the Faculty Talent Show. "Argentine Bombshell" Mabbitt was the main at- traction onthe SRHS Chorus Line which danced in the Talent Show. Activities 199 . A' - i ' ir. I K. J .. 1 ew 1' Before the Fifties Sock Hop the Eyrie Staff sponsored a motorcycle jump to raise money. Wayne Brown attempted to jump five cars for the first time and succeeded. ,,,Nf"' X ,i Sandra Mays displays her twisting talent to get in the mood of the fifties. the Fifties Sock Hop. 200 Club Activities Goldie Oldie Eckard took Charge of the records during Bobby Dillon and Tanya McCormick won the prize for the best dancers at the Hop. Cindy Tuck and Tony Ferguson won a Fifties album for being the best dressed couple. it 'xr , 'F' 3 3 ,ll rl? ,q 'F , E -' L.. ' if L ff? 3' fb ' Y I . K ,X Vi, 'X' gg. Ev. -1 k A K V TW N-,-.ii A . 4 W W ' V ' . ii .,L.k, . 1 + 1 " T at . , Z- Linda and leanette decorate for Latin Club Banquet. Paul Davis enjoys himself at the Latin Club Banquet. x QQ Diane Tuck leads the Staunton River Marching Band during the Dogwood Parade in Vinton, fi ,t W Teresa Eades, Debbie Hubbard and loanne Riggs watch the Dogwood Parade from curb-side seats. .tg Tim Wade looks out over the crowd for the banque X The Sta Parade. I. unton River Drill Team do their thing in the Dogwood Club Activities 201 t 'fx 'ff Q ..' The climax of each year in the French Club is the French Club Banquet. Having a French atmosphere, the cafeteria was decorated with checkered tablecloths and candlelights. Soft French music added to the mood. The menu was made up of chicken in wine, choco- lat mousse and many other delicacies. Going to the French Club Banquet was the next best thing to being in France. julie Martin can't believe that Martha Hoskins is ac- tually taste-testing the desserts. Mrs. Graber's fifth period English class gave her a farewell party, on May 2. Class members are, left to right, Ann De- long, Donna Merrill, Denise Wells, Cindy Dillion, Tammy Ellis, Tammy Chandler. Back row left to right, Patricia ludd, Sherry McCaleb, Sharon Dawson, Sha- ron Horne, Rhonda McKee, Vicky Fergu- son, Mrs. Graber, Brenda Bowden, Tanya McMormick, Kim Vann, Carolyn Harris. 202 Activities .Q Z' 6 Helen Ead s, Sharon Tuck and Cindy Carter enjoy a little friendly chatter along with the delicious food. 15534 .- ,Q - , French Club members, parents and friends indulge in the "homemade" delicacies of the banquet. -' gs A -...Q s. ' Q7 " f We i an -. ,EE A. . '9 3 ,I f . H' ' xt 4. 5, ff' w . .gif -f t' 4,1 "" xo 1 l . 4 . ix 1 1. V' -Y, 4' K V '1kV:. '. ,4- 36 .--vmi ii Tim Archer and Pam Hubbard-Cutest Coupleg Glenda Kasey and Clinton Western-Most Studious. J Y 2' ' V .A .A , 4 Above: lames Lawhorn and Kathy Hoppaugh-Quietestg Randy Hartberger, Cindy Tuck, and Buddy Mayhew-Best All Around. Below: Cindy Tuck and Mike johnson-Most Attractivep Liz Harkrader and Rick Reynolds-Class Clowns. -X .gw ' ri if it it Senior Superlatives '-.25 I t 'Q I 'R F 1 'Q ' ' , L gl X 3. T t iff J ' X Liz Harkrader and Robert Morgan-Most Talkativep Kathy Sellars and Clinton Western-Most Likely to Succeed. if 35:15 Mr ,ff Y- A 1 . X .ar gh-dv-wee wwf Above: Gloria Sellers and Buddy Mayhew-Best Personalityg leanette Hall and Gerald Craghead-Most Athletic. Below: Marcia Woodford and Steve Lafon- Besl Dressedg Becky Ferguson and johnny Chisom-Best Skippers. C ff .t A 204 Honors lndi idual Honors At the Spring Sports picnic, David Mullins was honored as Athlete of the Year. He received a plaque from Mr. Bill Hudson, Athletic Director. ,.. Alfred Morgan was named as Staunton River's candidate to at- Senior Kathy Hoppaugh was selected as Staunton River's winner tend Boys' State this summer. in the Betty Crocker search for the homemakers of the future. Donna Angell 'ii YQ "' . - Y x 1-iisg t . 54 ' 1 Q NK pw J' 2 fit V 'S 'NM - fli Y ' ' " 'I 2.43.1 .. ' ' ilu t K 'F V. fx. - Z- tl gy ff g mg Ak " tl r y ' . A1 .N A lj-P, .gf K 5 ff- X ' y - 1 ir rx . .- . . V .5 , , F. ft? F' 4 wi ,- ' bgg, iigt, ' Gary Atkinson in 1 if ,,.J A '-" . Kathy Hoppaugh Top Ten The Top Ten are those seniors who have maintained the highest academic stand- ing throughout high school. These grad- uates participate in the program of the commencement exercises. l K ,V i X1 ,'vQ7Q1 Q ' 2 we -5 , ., 4 Q, .ff pgs, y my L ' I I . Qu I-, -5.5 - . f X - , ' K if + all . l Q5 1 N EXQQ, g F V Y -X A 4 wt ,, X CQ Y, -- gf 14 . 1 . Ac, - a.. , sl 1 L . . Y , V ' , gigfxt gggifa 4 at ' " 5' ' i N 4 ' i, 'i"'li.'jiF.5'liQ Q gga li 5, K , wi ii K K .Q 1 -' 5i : L ta l . H at 'g f is ,H fr: is si Delores Blankenship Liz Harkrader gl Manha Hoskins Glenda Kasey Kiqy , TZ 'fo 'Al' Kathy Sellars Gloria Sellers Clinton Western I 'nv Prom '75' . . . A Spring Fantasy The "Spring Fantasy" of SRHS's prom was a big hit with all the students. The variety of music provided by the Royal Kings was the highlight of the evening. The class of 1975 wishes to express its appreciation for all the hard work which made this year's prom a big success for everyone who came. Students dance around the woodland fountain. 1 1 l Students take time out from dancing to enjoy the music of the Royal Kings. 206 Activities The Royal Kings provided excellent music for Prom '75'. fc Q f? A 1 19932 ui! 149 QQIIW Mr. Woodford crowns Queen Marcia Woodfordp King Mike johnson, Prince Alfred Morgan, and Prin- cess Renee Mitchell look on. Robert Morgan and his date "boogie" to Royal Kings' music, H fa lla 'X fr-l Robert Morgan gives an animated oratory on his experiences as a bus driver. 'T Diane Tuck and Robin Morgan share their vocal talent at the Senior Assembly, After demonstrating fine musical talent, Benny Witt was awarded with a standing ovation. Seniors Do Their Thing After an invigorating morning in the pool, Seniors partake of the glorious feast. www,-... '5'-'vm ,, , ,. -V .1 3 f- - t Q,-f. , 3' -. ' , ,,,, aff- '- U.-gt i .:.u..f,.',.,..r , .E , 3. If 4. lg.. A.:.g?b. ,-ta. g H - Y ' ,., . . gy V' U. . - ,..,. L .,'f.,3.,3-s 5 ' ' "d!'4S'Si?'-N 'iff 92 - '. Q i t K -, ' it W -1. 'pts' , if . U1-:gt gf' - 37 F 'ff"'f, Wai' ' fig? ' Q J .M s .2 be ' 1 ts. -'N it 'ii W . , Nt fi ' 'A X A ' i . s?f' v:i453 ' - t . "hy--. .., ,- i Sgnytzt ,, b ...w,.,,.- -. - ft, 3 W ' A V Senior Cindy Tuck relinquishes her position as SCA "-h'-'Mmm "W ' ' t W president to Cindy Noell. X gr xx f -hi, ' ' 'W ,p ig il 1 'Ch . . Mr. Eckard demonstrates his level swing at the Senior-Faculty softball game. Activities 207 'W s --4 - . A 'Jr -V Q rl : l if -1 'F.l,,, "W f r mfrfi X J, ,K A , A I 'M h e M .- aff -..is . . . Q- if " 4' ' A so w"'?-if X . . ....' 1 , :sa f if 1 is 1 'bV" iii- . Q ' ll: F. ' X A A C f 1 - ' ' r Y Q Ciraduation s A r f Q i f 2 ,s X .. Q 55' ' Class of ox Y sf' y 1975 Style w i y I -we '- ' . .. 5 'Ya , 1 :,. 5 N ,Q ,iii Baccalaureate was held on Sunday, june 1. Liz Harkrader and Clinton Western go over the prograrn with the speaker, Dr. Charles Fuller of Roanoke. 1 -,A l 5.21.AL.. t T Kathy Hoppaugh receives her diploma from SR principal, Mr. H.W. Woodford. r Marcia Woodford finds graduation a reason for tears. 208 Graduation Donna Angell gives the introduction of the Commencement speakers. ' Honor Graduates march exuberantly away with their diplomas. lst in , UF' T ' - VT' ' 1 . . 1,4 '- .Q 1 ns w-uf v.


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