Staunton River High School - Eyrie Yearbook (Moneta, VA)
- Class of 1975
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Staunton River High School
Moneta, Virginia 24121 ,
1975 Vol. XII
The way we were
Among our memories will be
The great feeling of being
Part of a group, of giving of ourselvesg
The frightening moments of
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.
We were united
Students, teachers, administrators,
Parents, guidance counselors,
Cafeteria and maintenance staff,
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
To keep the school "machine"
To build up school spirit
To encourage each student
To achieve the highest goals
We were seniors ..
Excited about reaching our goal
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
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
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
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DELORES ANNE BLANKENSHIP A '
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 -
DONNA FERN ANGELL
"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
l.V. Football-85 Varsity Football-9,10,11,12g Varsity Club-9,10,11,12.
GARY LYNN ATKINSON
"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
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. l QKEVEN CLARK BRADLEY
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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
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
"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
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
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
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
"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
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TAMMY LEIGH ENSOR . I 1 '
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'
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.
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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
. 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
Rqndy-November 60 Y -
CAROL ELlZlABETH 'renmsu
Fam-10 0 A 1
FLORENCE MARIE FIELDER
FHA-8,92 Chorus-11. j
1 Drill Temh-9,1o,101412g?lPep yllubgggg Lqpmyiglup-1og FBLA-11,12p
Staff-12f 1 3 ff.. 1 ,,
QA 14. Seniors 1, .
IESSIE-RAE FRANKUN l is fj
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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
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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
VICKIDIAN GREENWAY Tl F7
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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 -
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
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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 '
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
FHA-8,9,10p FBLA-10,11. '
RANDY NEIL HARTBERGER
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-
M, , ,
MARILYN DOOLEY HARTMAN
"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
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
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.
"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.
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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-
JOHNSON 1 h h
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of Staunton River 1974." Cross Cbuntry-8' Indoor TraCkQf9Q
IOHNSON Q e . ' eff
, 18 Seniors
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"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 ,
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
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CORNELIA ANN QMCCALL if
"I am . I said." A Q ff?
Spanish clubfn. j 2
"Love isi beautifuIjf1d"sQ1 is 'God1f"fff l
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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
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'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
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
'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
we know bf ldvef'
be 'friendslflbut there is 'am friend' who
French Club-10:g:I,V. Cheerleader-10.
RlCHARl5,xNTHdIflY SOWARDS-nql pictured
T0"Y'lU"e25 459 l
RCSY LEEERULL '
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 - -
24 Seniors - xii I
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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.
Trudy Bobbitt exhibits the strange effects of
Sock It To 'Em Day.
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.
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lo raise money in every
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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
Made us undeniably aware
That we are nearly there,
That soon we'll be Seniors.
lunior class officers are Chris Cosgrove-Pres., Renee Mitchell-V.P., Karen Howell-Sec., julie Martin-
Ricky Anthony Vicky Arrington Ricky Ayers Ernestine Barton Donnie Basham
Debbie Bobbitt Sandy Bowyer Zane Branson David Brown Mike Brown
Kathy Bowles Vickie Bowden Frank Carper Lee Ann Carter Mike Carter
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Harvey Mays Sandra Mays Ricky Meador
Nita Miller Cathy Mitchell Renee Mitchell juniors try valiantly for the spirit stick.
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Mary Ann Vassallo Debbie Waldron Curtis Welch Nita Nimmo and Cindy Noell show junior spirit.
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Part of the school now,
Becoming more involved,
We were halfway to our goal.
By now we have found out
What Staunton River is
We were ready to be
ln sports, in clubs,
In the classroom,
In sharing ourselves
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What we're part of,
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To the best years,
Yet to come.
The sophomore class officers, lleft to rightj David Mullins-Rep., Basil Bays-Pres., Phyllis johnson
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Albert Absher David Aliff Dorothy Anderson Sharon Anthony Wanda Arrington
Tami Aschbrennef Carlton Ayers Donna Basham Basil Bays Cindy Belton
Lisa Board Dean Bobbitt Christine Bonds Hazel Bonds Kathleen Bonds
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Rebecca Miller Ray Mitchell
Karen Moon Susan Moorman
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Myra Osborne Billy Overstreet Kevin Overstreet Terry Overstreet Timmy Overstree!
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Mark Thomason Regina Thomasson Terry Thomasson Faye Thompson Kaye Thompson
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Earl Walters Mary Lynn Watson Barbara Whorley Doris Whorley
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Freshman class officers: Cindy Dillon-Rep., Donna Gaither-Sec., Bette Branson-Pres., Carolyn
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snaron Dawson Ann Delong Cindy Dillon Tammy Dillon
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Robert Harkrader Ronnie Harman
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Sylvia Hurt Bobbie Hutchens Mark jala Vicky janey
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We were newg
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We became a part of the whole.
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Our most difficult year
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. . 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.
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Sandra Fielder Stephanie Flowers Anita Floyd Janice Folsom
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Larry Forrest David Gaither Ann Garber Eloy Garcia Patricia Gates
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Dreama Mayhew Buddy McBride
lim Mitchell Mark Mitchell
Teresa Monneyham Billy Moore
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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
standing leadership. Members are
elected on the basis of academic
achievement, club involvement and
Tim Minnix-Who's Who
Cathey Morgan-Who's Who
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Aubrey Toler-Who's Who
Donna Angell-Who's Who, Distinguished
Glenda Kasey-Who's Vvno, Distinguished
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Martha Hoskins-Who's Who, Distinguished
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Gloria Sellers-Who's Who, Distinguished Students
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Cindy Tuck-Who's Who, Distinguished Students
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
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Alfred Morgan-Distinguished Students
julie Martin-Distinguished Students Linda Nance-Distinguished Students
Cindy N0eH,DiS,ingui5hed Students Sandra Mays-Distinguished Students
Chris Cosgrove-Distinguished Students
Renee Mitchell-Distinguished Students
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.
"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.
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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-
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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
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-
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
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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.
RONALD W. MASON CONLEY E. WALLACE
Assistant Principal Assistant Principal
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Director of Guidance Guidance Counselor Guidance Counselor
NANCY L. CHATTIN
GLENDA M. LAWSON RAMONA R.
GERALD AYERS GLENN M. AYERS
History, Geography English, General Business
CHARLES QBUDDYJ BOLDING
ROBERT L. BONDS
Science 8 and 9
ELIZABETH R. BARKSDALE
Home Economics, Science 8
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MARIORIE C. COOPER
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Algebra, Math 8 and 9
HARLAN V. CUNDIFF
Mechanical Drawing, Math, Physics
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Geography, Government, Minorities
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History English, Advanced Math
WILLIAM MABBITT CLARENCE E, MAXEY IAMES E. MITCHELL
Art, Math, P.E., Public Speaking Agriculture Algebra-Trig, Geometry, Math 9
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French, English English
FRANCES H. PENDLETON THOMAS L. PETERMAN
English, Latin Physical Education
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Government, History Band, Chorus
CHERYL S. SMITH DWIGHT S. STONE
Chorus, Dramatics, English Industrial Arts
KAY B. TURNER DIANA M. VAUGHN HORACE A. WATSON
Special Education Stenography, Typing Agriculture
M. DALE WILSON ANN P. WRIGHT
Physical Education Physical Education
GERALD CRAGH EAD DAVID HUBBARD
BUS DRIVERS, left to right: Mrs. Bowyer, Mrs
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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.
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tion which they have begun,
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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
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
Susan Moorman explains a geometry Dronf to her classmates.
Mr. Eckard answers questions on graphing in Algebra ll.
Carolyn Cawley demonstrates her skill with signed
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.
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through the popular Scope magazine.
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work on the language game in their Voice magazine.
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facilities to read her favorite magazine. '
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book in Reading class.
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time to be amused at the roving photographer.
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.
As a special interest project some students are busy beautifying their room.
Miss Turner discusses with Bobby Mays his assign
ments for the day,
Mamie Wooldridge and fellow student place trash where it belongs.
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.
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jeanette Sublette, Linda Nance, and Bobby Poole discuss a Latin translation.
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Mrs. Saunders assists members of her U.S. History class in locating source material.
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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.
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Harry Johnson and Carlton Ayers stain a trailer bed they have made in class.
Tim Stump works carefully on a design for Mechanical Drawing.
Tommy johnson is busy with a welding project in
Ronnie Thomas works at the anvil with a metal
project for his agriculture class.
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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
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cooking a new dish.
"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
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.
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The Concert band presented a program of Christmas music for the community and its fellow students. You painted her in the WHATl???
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part of class program,
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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
In recent years the offerings have
been expanded to include Advance
P.E. for students beyond 10th grade
who enjoy team and individual
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dents cannot resist the temptation when we have one of our few snows.
Barbara Whorley works to perfect her Iayups in Tedious they may be, but exercises are part of nearly all P.E. classes.
We were involved
We were many,
With interests and talents
Of every kind,
Working and playing
We worked as clubs
To improve ourselves
And our school,
To share learning experiences
Outside a classroom.
We had fun
And a festival,
With club projects
We learned, we had fun,
We succeeded or failed:
Most of all,
We were together
Sharing the experience
With each other.
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
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Ellen Lipscomb and Betty lo Wills are busy selling tickets for door prizes.
The FBLA sponsored a "County Store" with many attractive gift items.
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Gypsy Cheryl Smith has found a lost hobo.
Mr. Wallace and family enjoy the activities
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Queen Mary Ann receives flowers from Mrs. Smith and Miss Mutter.
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The Five Finalists were: Left to Right Robin Lafon, Mary Ann Vassallo, Sharon Anthony, Cindy Noell, and Carol Goggins.
Fall Festival 93
"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
Homecoming Queen 1974 is Donna Settles.
A pre-game bonfire helped fire up Eagle fans.
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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
Freshman class representative-Cindy Dillon is es-
corted by Sophomore Allan Shrewsbury.
junior class representative-Linda Swain is escorted
by junior Marshall johnson.
Eighth grade class representative-Kathy Presnell is
escorted by eighth grader Max Woods.
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.
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join in the spirit of "Fifties" day which was one of
several Homecoming week activities.
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Mascot Margie Goggins joins IV cheerleaders Vickie Ferguson and Carolyn Craft in watching the tense
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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
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.
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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
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
Mrs. Pendleton, sponsor, poses with club officers: Donna Angell-Sec., Glenda Kasey-V.P., Kathy Sellars-
Rep., Liz Harkrader-Pres., Clinton Western-Treas.
Beta Club inducts new members at the tapping ceremony.
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Angell, Kandy Hutchens, Gary Atkinson, Glenda
Kasey, Clinton Western, Diane Tuck, Diane Deel,
Cathey Morgan, Kathy Sellars, Liz Harkrader, Denise
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into the Beta Club.
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Mr. McManus gives Roger VanWart some competition.
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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.
Sponsor, Mr. Mitchell concentrates for a win.
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Bret Mowrey studies his position as Darryl Saun-
ders makes a threatening move.
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.
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scomb-Pres., Sandra Williams-Tr., Chris Cosgrove-Drama V.P., Miss Mutter, Ken Norman-Drama Sec.
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Mr. Largo, the Pick Pocket Man, sells balloons at
Maryann, Sandra, and Steve search for evidence to use in a debate.
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.
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.
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Pres., Chris Cosgrove-Tres., Mary Hoskins-
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Math Club officers are QL to Ry Carolyn Craft-Sec.,
Bette Branson-Pres., Melanie Dooley-V. Pres., and lo
Anna Riggs-Treas., Rep.
joy Bowyer and Valerie Farnam participate in the Math
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
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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
Suzanne Tuck and Mr. Hodges, sponsor, explain a problem to loey Williams.
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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
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The FBLA participated in the Halloween Festival by opening a Country Store. Sponsor Mrs. Vaughn and President Kandy Hutchens
Sponsors and President: Mr. Maxey, Randy Hartberger and Mr. Paulette.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
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Officers: Dawn Henderson
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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.
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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.
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Linda Nance-Pres., and Zane Branson-V. Pres. Christmas greetings on the bulletin board in the library.
Barbara Holland types out a new library card for a popular book.
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are in order. checked out books.
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.
Faye Markham returns a reference book to its
place on the shelf.
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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
Mr. Woodford inspects the First Aid Kit which Rob-
ert Morgan presented to the school on behalf of
Club members listen attentively as secretary BJ.
Holland calls the roll and reads the last meeting's
Phyllis lohnson, leanette Hall and Mr. Gerald Ayers, Sponsor,
discuss plans for the club banquet.
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Goggins-Rep., Nancy Fowler-V.P.
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Club officers are QL to RQ: Pam Hubbard-Sec., Cindy Tuck-Pres., Mrs. Ann Wright-Sponsor, Marcia
Woodford-V.P., Sandra Williams-Tres.
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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
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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.
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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.
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Officers: G. Sellers-Sec., M. Hoskins-Treas., D. Angell-V.P., C. Western-Pres.
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Marcia Woodford, Marchall Henderson, and Liz Harkrader listen to Gloria Sellers call the roll.
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.
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.
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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
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Gerald Henderson models the new style of
Staunton River varsity jackets.
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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.
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Welch-Pres., Kenneth Norman-Tres., Rep
and sponsor Mr. Leatherman.
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
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-
Drummers Branson and Calvert wait for the signal.
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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
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.
Ninah Hensley performs with her fire baton during
a halftime show.
Band members Bette Branson, Bobby Dillon, and
Carolyn Craft take time out to watch the new de-
velopments of the game.
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. -
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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 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.
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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.
Gloria Sellers and Marcia Woodford edit a newspaper item as
Kathy Zimmerman does the typing.
EYRI E Staff
Struggles to Meet
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.
Sponsor Mrs, Mitchell is entertained by the staff. Photographer Mr. Mitchell checks out equipment.
Co-editor Helen Eades works on layout for coming
Business Manager Kathy Sellars fixes the books.
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The 1975 Eyrie Staff wishes
many years of great memories.
Kathy Sellars-Business Editor
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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
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.
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
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Brookville 38 SRHS it 5 5th of 10
Wm. Campbell 46 8th Grade Basketball 416 4th of 10
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
Coach Higgins expresses his sadness after losing. Coach Mabbitt encourages his team on to
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
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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
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Ken Grigsby carries the ball for a good gain at Nelson.
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.
Work Hard For
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
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
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country meet to spectators.
Coach McManus gets ready to time a runner
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john Hall, Ronnie Thompson, jimmy Huddleston, Brian Hancock, David Palmer, Sylvester Witcher, Zane Branson, David Brown.
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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
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j.V. Football Racks Up
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-
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.
David Frost and Gary Lantz stop Cavalier runner.
Harvey Anthony helps make a hole for ball carrier Billy Overstreet.
loey Williams punts for the Eagles.
Gary Lantz looks for a receiver.
Have Something to
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
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
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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
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Team members are: Front row-Sandra Wil-
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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.
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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
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-
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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.
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.
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
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
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.
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Outstanding performers were Zane
Branson and john Hall in distance
events, Clinton Western in sprints, jeff
Moles in relays.
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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.
Referee declares T, Williams the winner. Coach Mabbitt enjoys the match.
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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
Captain Debbie Bobbirt
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
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their size, they fought hard. They won a
couple of games, but lost several close Alb n E er' t la in m ron
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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.
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Left to right: Mary Beth Cabe, Donna Cray, Suzanne Tuck, Valerie Farnam, Vicky Ferguson, Brenda
Bowden, Carolyn Craft.
Donna Gray Carolyn Craft Captain Valerie Farnam
Mary Beth Cabe Brenda Bowden Vicky Ferguson
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.
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
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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.
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Coaches Mike Morgan and Ed Zimmerman can't believe their eyes.
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Eighth Grade Basketball Cheerleaders
Teresa Booth Sandra Bryan
Christine Cunningham Frances Hall
Captain Robin Lafon Eleanor Vassallo
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Sponsor Susan Fauber chats with the girls.
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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,
Hill, Larry Dean 34, 120
Hill, Patricia Ann 53 -
Dr. john W. Yost
B 81 R Auto Parts
Thanks . . .
james G. Reed, Atty.
Dr. E.Y. Lovelace, jr.
Dr. E.Y. Lovelace, Ill
We were encouraged ..
By families and friendsp
Large and smallg
By doctors and lawyers
And small local -
We were challenged-
To make the best
Of our years
To make the most
All along the way,
Those in business
Around us P
Showed that they cared
In many ways.
i 1 B- A Baker, Michael David 20
Balderston, Harry Thomas 7
Barton, Debra Lynn 7, 58, 60, 113,
Barton, Rhoda Ernestine 30
Basham Barry Wayne 7, 126
Donald Wray 7, 126
Donna Gail 40
Sharon Lee 7, 17, 123, 137
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
Rt. 1, Box 322-D
Vinton, Va. 24179
"joe" Delano Spradlin
HALES FORD BRIDGE
BOAT REPAIR CENTER
3-Wheel Tri-Sport Cycle
Catyak Sail Boats
SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE
BEDFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOC.
125 W. MAIN STREET
BEDFORD, VA. 24523 N
PHONE sae-2590 'W sa 0 ez :dn " gp t
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Ai, I X so V- I ' A lon Lester Preu
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I 2ff2f'l'if5?f Afx' ' " ' Moneta, Va. 24121
24 ,Q-3251. fi H -'-' . '
Office 17031 344-5193
Home 1703, 297-5691
PIEDMUNT LABEL CU. INC
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1000 Watts f 1350 KC
'Serving Bedford County from
Sunup to Sundown"
113 W. Main Bedford, Va.
Easy credit terms-no down payment
586-9100 8:30-1:00 Wed.
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"Hurry Cn Down to
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' Bedford's Largest and Most
Popular Furniture Store
Schewel Furniture Company
115 North Bridge
Fashion Heziclquarler in Bedford . Q D
Bedford Plaza Shopping Center
Smith Mountain Trading Post
' J Roger and Karin Van Wart, Prop.
Corner of Routes 608 81 734
Huddleston, Va. 297-9861
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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"
' Elmer Sellers
Ri- 1 BOX 185511 d G B pt1st Church
Thaxlon. Vu. 3 3
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engagements are made at . . .
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TH Co., Inc.
301 Pollard St.
344-6811 Vinton, Va. 24179
General Hardware, Paints, Seeds S
Fertilizers, Lawn and Garden
Supplies, Fishing Supplies
BUNKER HILL SELF
Grocery and General Merchandise
122 South, Route 3
Bedford, Virginia 24523
BLU E-J CLEANERS
Complete Dry Cleaning 81
Rug cleaning - Drapery Service
Fur and Garment Storage
1 Hour Dry Cleaning
209 South Street
Seibel Bros. Inc.
Route 1, Box 54
BODY CAMP STORE
Groceries Citgo Gas 84 Oil
Route 3 Bedford, Va.
Route 122 South
6 - latency.
LJ. Bays and Sons
Hauling 84 Excavating
The Friendly Convenience y
Market I.. J
Ph. 586-8990 A.B.c. off 'Q 7
Manufacturer of the Official Class Ring
And Graduation Stationery
STAUNTON RIVER HIGH SCHOGL
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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.
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5 Ei uf Phone 586-1013
.fi'Qf-Q, Bedford, Va.
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Ynudford ,Virginia '
"Sending forth the Word of Life" i
WORSHIP SERVICE EACH SUNDAY
REV. GILBERT M. PROFITT, Minister
G N E R "Bedford's Fashion Leader"
Corner Of Washington
J And Bridge Streets
Bedford' virginia Harrel A. Parker, Ir,
MAR KHAM IVIILLING COMPANY
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GERRY'S FLOWER SHOP
Gerry and Bennie Mann
Route 4 State Rt 74 Bedford Vngmm 45 3
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First N3fiOl'13l Exchange Bank
A Dominion Bankshares Bank
TWO OFFICES iN BEDFORD
rvnemaen FEDERAL osPosnT msummce convonfmow
Your County Newspaper
THE PRINT SHOP
For all your printing needs.
202 East Main Street
Home Cooked Food-Antiques
Wake Field Inn
Chamblissburg, VA Phone
Rt. 24 890-2600
Congratulations to Mary and Martha Hoskins!
104 E. Main Street Phone
Bedford, Va. 586-3006
Clothing and shoes
For the Entire Family
Located opposite Court House
SCOTT 81 BOND
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When you think of Insurance
or Real Estate, think of
Scott gl Bond
O B E N C H AIN 'S
K'Discount to Students"
111 Lee Ave.
345-8385 Vinton! Vnginla 343-4149
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1913 L. Wasliingt A
Vinton. Vu 4179
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Lake Drive Plaza
C pl ents of
M CARTY PAINTS AND SUPPLY
B 3 M re Paint
BLANKENSHIP'S PAINT STORE
Bedford's O dest Paint Store
207 North Bridge St.
Compliments of Compliments of
INSURANCE AGENCYINC. fx
81 R western Fred L Swisher
Phone: 586-8229 W glflltgfglyllglilglsllla
201 South Street DiH1343-3585
Our MTB bankers
went to school, too.
So hesides our W
regular checking, . '
savings, loans and i lf'
such, We re Well ,X
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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
And some turn out to he
our hest bankers, too.
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
Pharmacist on Call 24
Hours a Day
Westgate Shopping Center
Tuck's Service Center
Tuck's Auto Sales
Delong's of Vinton
108 Lee Ave, Vinton, Va.
MURRAY CHEVROLET, INC.
"Friends Meet Friends"
New cars - Phone JU6-8277
Used cars - Phone JU6-8167
H.A. "Buddy" McGraw
CN. "Buzz" Cooper
COI'l'lpIlI'TlentS of 51'A1g FARM
South Bridge Street msuiuncs
Coffey 8: Saunders Farm Store
116 So. Bridge Bedford
"Where Friends Meet"
801 Macon Street Phone: 586-8178
NICKS FURNITURE COMPANY
All Work Electronically Timed
' G. W. Richardson, Owner
1 ' 107 Lee Ave.
A C E DA R K EY
SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE
QW65 Huddieslon, Virginia 241104 - Prioneim-2975118
"Sportfishing Haven for the Angling Elite"
Smith Mountain Lake
Boat Rentals and
Opened and Covered
Slips for rent
Location-end of rt. 626
Route 1, Huddleston, Va.
Phone: 297-4412 or 297-4960
Westgate Shopping Center
Motel 81 Restaurant
Located on Smith Mountain Lake
Rt. 1 Box 268D Huddleston, Va 24104
Phone 17031 297-4933
FRANICS BARBER SHOP
Compliments of 7:
BEDFORD DRY CLEANERS
237 W. Depot Street
Gross Point Marina
Smith Mountain Lake
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
118 S. Pollard Street
Vinton, Va 24179
The All New
Rainbow Drive-ln 84
Featuring the "Roma Room"
Try our Delicious Donuts
and Italian Bread
Open 7 days
'til Midnight on Fri. and Sat.
Carry out service
Dairy Queen in Season
1504 Longwood Ave.
On U.S. 221-East City Limits
"When Shadows Cather Let Us Assume
BEDFORD FUNERAL HOME
Serving Bedford and Surrounding Counties Since
586-9167 or Call Collect
U.S. 460 E. lust Beyond City Limits
R.B. Hancock Grocery
Huddleston, Va. 24104
N. s. DELLIS EXQN
Farm Supply 8: General Merchandiser
Phone: Stone Mt. 297-2007
BoYD's GARAGE at Bom sHoP AND GRQCERY
General Auto Repair
Auto Painting and Body Work
Route 2 Moneta, Virginia
SERVICE STATION '
Phone: 297-5215 Huddleston, Va. S 81 H Green Stamps
Oil Fishing Supplies
Melvin S. Iohnson-Broker
box 496, Moneta, Va. 24121
DELONG'S SERVICE STATION
Hunting gl Fishing Licenses
Phillips 84 Craghead Inc.
Television Sales 81 Service
202 N. Bridge Street Bedford, Virginia
International Harvest Dealer
Sales and Service
I. Henry Powers Phono
Telephone 586-9717 or 297-4732
W.H. lBillj Stafford
205 South Street Bedford, Virginia
Moneta Farm Service
Woodford Poultry Farm
Your Southern States Agency
Eggs-from our own Hens
100,000 Free Gifts
Bob johnson's Double Value Gift Tapes
"Free parking while you
double your saving"
"Center of Downtown Bedford"
Bridge and Main
P.O. Box 323
Bedford, Virginia 24523
Auto Finance Corp.
145 West Main St.
586-3415 Gloria Sellers
Moneta's Most Complete Food Store
THE VILLAGE STORE
Ken And Gladys Hoover
Moneta, Va 24121
'4Serviee Is Our Business'
2 Big Wreckers To Serve You
1325 Washington Ave.
' Day 344-1560
John W. Morris
Poole Feed 84 Farm
Feed, Seed, Fertilizer
Hardware 81 Automotive needs
Complete Line of Roanoke
City Mills Feeds
Moneta's Independent Farm Supplier
Moneta, Va 297-5337
FRATERNAL ORDER OF
INTERIOR DECORATING DRAPERIES
1225 East Washington Avenue
Route 24 East
FIRST 8: MERCHANTS
Your Lifetime Bank
Bedford Big Island
130 E. Main St. Rt. 501
ADAMS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
MACADAM AND ASPHALT SURFACING
ESTIMATES CLADLY FURNISHED UPON REQUEST
FOR PRIVATE ROADS - DRIVEWAYS
PARKING LOTS - AIRPORTS - ETC.
Telephone DI 5-0404
P O Box 60
2725 ROANOKE AVENUE ROANOKE, VIRGINIA
Sunday School 10200 AM
Morning Service 11:00 AM
I Mig kV , Jak Training Union 6:30 PM
-"' W I mf I' I' Evening Service 7130 PM
GRACE M I ' "T' lC,,LJRQ,,"' Wed. Prayer Meeting 7230 PM
Monday 8: Friday
Grace Memorial Baptist Hour WBLT 9:15 A.M.
god would have you Selieoe these great truths
FIRST EVERY Person group News TO st sfsvro. --rot all have sinned and Cmnt' short urrht-
grory of God. " Romans 3123.
"Except a man be born agaln he cannot see the kingdom of God. " Iohn 1l:LI.
SECOND YOU CANNOT SAVE YOURSELF. "Not by works of rlghteousncss which we have done,
but according to l-Us mercy He saved us. " Titus 3-5, "For the wagrs of sin is death, but the gift
of God is eternal life through lesus Gmrist our Lord. " Romans 6.23.
THIRD IESUS HAS PROVIDED FOR YOUR SALVATION. "Who Uestrsj His own self bare our sins
in His own body on the tree, that we, belng dead to sins. should live unto righteousness- by whose
. nt la ell vt- on I is name. " h 1 '.
FIFTH NUM IS THE TIME TO ACCEPT ILSUS AS YOUR SAVIOUR. "Behold, nov isthe ut:-
Howard K. Talley, Pastor
stripes ye were healed. " l Peter 2:24. "For God so loved the world fyouj that he gave his only
begotten Son that whosoever believeth ln lllm should not perish but have everlasting life. "John 3.16
FOURTH YOU MUST BELIEVE IN JESUS FOR SALVATION. "Believe on the lford jesus Christ,
and thou shalt be savcuf Acts lmfll. "Inn as man .ts rccelvetl Hltn, to thun gave He power to
become the sons of God even to the tt t b e I Io nl IA
cepted times behold, now is the day of salvation, " 2 Cor. 6 2. 'As the llol' Ghost saith, 'lo- I
day, il ye will hear His voice, harden not your heart. ' Hebrews 3.7-B,
WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND
You will find a warm welcome extended to you by the pastor and all the church mem-
bers. It is a welcome from the heart.
YOUR UNITED STATES ARMY REPRESENTATIVES
The above personnel are your Army representatives, from left to right, SFC Edward
L. Landis, SSG Lesley R. Manns, SFC Ray lennings and SFC john W. Atkinson.
The United States Army is the largest educational center in the world. Your
educational benefits as a member of the Army is unlimited.
If you can qualify mentally and physically for the United States Army, you
too can have the technical job training of your choice.
You can enlist in the Army for two f2j years and be guaranteed the technical
school and job of your choice.
You can enlist for three 13, years in the Army and be guaranteed the technical
school, job training and the station of your choice, You can choose a station in
the states or an overseas assignment.
You can enlist for four Q41 years and be guaranteed the technical school, in
selected fields, or infantry, Armorer, Artillery, the station of your choice and
be paid up to 52500.00 enlistment bonus.
While you serve your country you will learn a skill, earn a good salary, have
free health care, get to travel, make new friends, further your education up to
a college degree and if you decide to stay in the Army for a second term of service
get up to 510,000.00 reenlistment bonus. If you decide to leave the Army you will
have your Veterans benefits for education, home loans, business loans and others.
The United States Army is a good place to start your career, after graduation.
For more information write or call your Army Representative, at 2600 Memorial
Avenue, Lynchburg, Virginia 24501. Call Collect. Area code 804-845-7241
Bowyer, judy Farlene 54
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
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
Michael Ray 47
Sandra Rena 47, 137, 140, 141
Bowling, Deborah jean 54
Bowling, Vicki Lynn 10
Bowling, William Gary
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
Daisy Mae 54
Frank Edward, jr. 29
Carter, Billy Brown
Carter, Cindy Ann 11, 95, 104, 106
Carter, Lee Ann 29, 119
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,
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
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, Deborah Marie 28
Bobbitt, Debra Elaine 28
Bobbitt, Larry Dean 37
Bobbitt, Trudy Rgina 9, 26
William Thomas 46
Bond, Anthony Keith 54
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
Tommy Walter 37
Booth, Trina Lynn 47, 120
Bush, Annette Marie 37
Bush, Sandra Gail 10
Byrd, Dale Wayne
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
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
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in 8+-4 -elf 12
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, james Edward 54
Cunningham, Tom junior 48
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
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
Gaither, David Earl 57
Duncan, judy Lynne 38, 119
Duncan, Roberta Ann 56
Duncan, Tawanna jean
Duncan, john Mark
Eades, Helen Theresa 13, 27, 64, 66
188, 122, 98, 84
, 100, 104,
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
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
Mark Allan 39
Graham, Ernest Wayne
Gray, Debra Lynn 57
Gray, Donna Sue 49, 149
oy Abraham, jr.
Eppley, Sharon Ann 13, 121
Ewers, Kathy Diane 30
Ewers, Robert Lee 56
Farnam, Valerie Kay 48, 105,
Faunce, Valorie Lynne 13
Pamela Sue 56
Feazell, Gary Neal 13
Ferguson, Barbara Lynn 30
Ferguson, Becky Sue 14
Ferguson, Charles Hunter 56
Ferguson, james Lee 48
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
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
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Hall, john oliver 15, 132, 133, 144, 115
Hampton, Micheal james 57
Hancock, Brian Montgomery 15, 62, 66, 118,
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
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Hogan, Gary Douglas 57
Hogan, Melody Ann 17
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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,
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
, 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
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
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
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
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
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
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, julie Mae 28, 31, 65, 100,
Martin, Lawrence 31, 138
, Lorenzo Allen 138
Martin, Melvin Leon
Martin, Nina Lorranie 31
, 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
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
Miller, jerry Lynn 20
Miller, Nanita Gay 32, 142, 143
Miller, Rebecca Helen 41
Timothy Lynn 62, 132
Mitchell, Barbara Gail 20
Mitchell, Cathy 32
Mitchell, Danny Lee 51
, james jay 58
, Mark Anthony 58
Mitchell, Ray Cauthran 41, 148, 97
Mitchell, Susan Renee 28, 30, 32, 65, 93, 100
Moles, jeffrey William 20, 64, 66, 100, 101
Moon, Elizabeth Beverly
Moon, Karen Lynette 41
Ricky O'Neal 51, 134
Moon, Willie Adeiphus 58
Mooneyhan, Theresa Eileen 58
Moore, Billy Wayne 58
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,
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,
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
Nance Linda Elizabeth 32 65 123 110 84
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,
Noell, Danny Ray 42, 99, 127
Clinton Alan 33
Darryl Ernest 52, 101, 121
David Milton 59, 118
Freda Annette 52
Saundersi judy Ellen
, 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,
Norman, Steven Alton 59, 150
Nunley, Mitzi Rener 42
Orange, Freemam Collins jr 51
Osborne, Myra Hope 42
Overstreet, Ernest Daviel 59
, jeffery Wendell 42
Overstreet, jerry Dean 42
Overstreet, jimmothy Price 42
, William Sdison jr 42, 134, 135
Overstreet, William Howard 59
Owen, Allen Thomas
Palmer, Daniel Reeves 51, 188
Palmer, David Otha 21, 66, 118, 132
Palmer, Linda Ann 59
Palmer, Michall Wayne 43
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
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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
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
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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
Brenda Lois 34
Dawn Nadine 60
janet Kay 54, 60
Swain, Linda Marie 31, 34, 95, 11
Swain, Sandra Lynn 44
Swain, Virginia Mae
Sweeney, james Michael 60
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
Constanza Teresa 52
Dennis Earl 52
Linda Marie 44
Mark Len 23
Mark Wood 44
Thomasson, Marvin Glenn 34
Mary Belinda 60
Ricky Lewis 60
Terry Lee 44
Peggy Leigh 52, 136,
Rhonda Faye 44
Richard Dale 52
Trilyon Ann 52, 136, 120
Wanda Kaye 44
Thurman, Gregory Alben 23, 107
Toler, jeffery jereme 60
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
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 jeffrey Scott 61
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
Wade, Timothy Lee 45
Williams, Robert Edward 45, 61
Williams, Roger Leon
, 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
Debbie Lynn 60
Robin Elizabeth 45
Earl Shane 45
Mary Lynn 24, 45
Mnchi Kaye so
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
Western, Larry Gene 53
4, 26, 63, 66, 67,
Witt, Aubrey Lynn
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,
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
Zimmerman, Kathy Marie
25, 121, 97, 106
We were many people,
Involved in many things,
Or bearing it alone.
We worked and played,
We shared excitement
Of many kindsg
The tedious tasks of
Homework and practiceg
And heartbreaking defeats.
All these things that we were
Are bound together
In a tangle of memories
But somehow we believe
That when we are
Remembering the way we were
lt s the laughter
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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
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Coach Higgins and scorekeeper Reggie Poin-
dexter look over game statistics.
Varsity Baseball team, kneeling lL to Rj: Henry
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
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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.
Below: Diane Tuck awaits the next pitch, ready for action. Below: Vicky Ferguson reads the signal from Mr. Mitchell and swings away.
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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
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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-
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Hall also represented SRHS at State.
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to the State meet.
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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
lr. Varsity Baseball
jeff Powers stays alert to try to catch the Tim Overstreet throws another strike. "We just gotta win!" says Alfred Latham.
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.
Coach Lawson watches the game intensely from
Mark lala and Aubrey Toller display proudly the
trophies they won for first place honors at the Tulip
Tyme Forensics Festival.
Chris Cosgrove and Donna Gaither pose with the
prizes which they earned in competition at
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Paul Davis enjoys himself at the Latin Club
Diane Tuck leads the Staunton River Marching
Band during the Dogwood Parade in Vinton,
Teresa Eades, Debbie Hubbard and loanne Riggs watch the Dogwood Parade from curb-side seats.
Tim Wade looks out over the crowd for the
unton River Drill Team do their thing in the Dogwood
Club Activities 201
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
Helen Ead s, Sharon Tuck and Cindy Carter enjoy a little friendly chatter along with the delicious food.
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Cindy Tuck, and Buddy Mayhew-Best All Around. Below: Cindy Tuck and
Mike johnson-Most Attractivep Liz Harkrader and Rick Reynolds-Class
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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.
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.
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maintained the highest academic stand-
ing throughout high school. These grad-
uates participate in the program of the
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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.
Students take time out from dancing to enjoy the music of the Royal Kings.
The Royal Kings provided excellent music for Prom '75'.
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Robert Morgan and his date "boogie" to Royal Kings' music,
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Robert Morgan gives an animated oratory on his
experiences as a bus driver.
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.
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Baccalaureate was held on Sunday, june 1. Liz Harkrader and Clinton Western go over the prograrn
with the speaker, Dr. Charles Fuller of Roanoke.
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principal, Mr. H.W. Woodford.
Marcia Woodford finds graduation a reason for tears.
Donna Angell gives the introduction of the Commencement speakers. '
Honor Graduates march exuberantly away with their diplomas.
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