Stonewall Jackson High School - Jacksonian Yearbook (Charleston, WV)
- Class of 1966
Page 1 of 242
Pages 6 - 7
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Our strong bonds can ne'ef High school life at best is passing,
Forrrfd in Stonewall jaekson t tnn ggggi Gliding swiftly by:
Far surpassing wealth iig ddiLet us pledge in word and deed,
Sealed by friendshipfs ilgj agyybggs for Stonewall Jackson High
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We Salute Stonewall
Our Stately Alma Mater, Stonewall jackson High School.
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We, the students of Stonewall Jackson High School, wish to salute our
Alma Mater. The words of this song often ring through the halls of Stone-
wall during pep assemblies or other activities when a large number of stu-
dents meet. No one could be prouder than a Stonewall student when our
Alma Mater is played by our great scarlet and grey band at Laidley Field or
sung preceding a basketball game.
As we sing the words of our Alma Mater, we feel a deep sense of devotion
toward our school, but how many of us know the deepest and truest meaning
of these words? By pondering them, we find how they concern us day by
day in our activities, our feelings for friends, and our struggle toward our
We, the Jacksonian Staff of .1966, do not wish to present just a record of
the school year, but more important, a lasting study of our Alma Mater in
connection with Stonewall jackson student life.
Editor-in-chief-Gary King Copy Editor-Melinda Kuhn
Arrociate Editor-Jeannette Winfree Sponsor:-Mrs. Evelyn Elliott
Busirzerr Manager-Sandy Patton Miss AHCC Worrell
Activities ...... ....... P age 16
Sports ....... ....... P age 68
Knowledge ...... ...... P age 90
Friends ..... ....... P age 136
Senior Mason Greene presides over the
sophomore orxentation assembly.
The chorus finds practncmg with Mlss Thomasson a combmatxon of work and pleasure
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Tennis player, Eric Gordon, grimaces as he serves the
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David Aston tees off for a round of golf.
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Mr. A's English class not only studies English, but also many foreign
countries as illustrated by Judy Capen and Frank McNeill.
Biology student Penny Rowley studies the cells of the human
We Gain Knowledge
Marlene Greene, Beth Brown, Connie Grimm,
and Linda Helrnick discover that following di-
rections can be fun in Home Economics Class.
Deep concentration is shown on the face of Barbara Judy
as she skillfully letters permits for Mr. Meyer.
After following precise instructions, Ray Boyce, Jerry Layne, Calvin Settle, and
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Latin students Ina Rae Hark, 'jo Holmes, jim Mathes, and David
Namay review the old Roman lands.
Bill Henson proceed to finish their
jimmy Oatridge learns in Speech class that person-
ality and poise are very important in delivering an
With the and of overhead projector, Earl Hambrick demonstrates how to find the
absolute value of a number.
Paul Myers, Dennie Leach, and Richard Rucker try their skill at operating
a sheet metal machine.
Sealed b riendship's
Nancy Taylor, Mitchell Abraham, Danny Graham, Debby
Capen, Sonny Moore, and Linda Elliott come to school pre-
pared for the weather, whatever it may be.
N013 Jean Moore and Chaflg-ne Wright find that Cog- Patsy Dudash and John Blessing prove that friends come in all sizes.
tact lenses are somewhat of a problem to put in and
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Unique sounds such as the soft thud of a punted football, the swish
of a basketball through a net, the crack of a baseball off a bat, and
the gasps of an anxious crowd as each of these takes place: these are
the familiar signs and sounds of an athletic event. We all have seen
and heard them g but something else takes place at these contests, some-
thing which occurs unnoticed by many. This is the thing that keeps a
student body together, this is the unifying element which grows in-
side the student body as each person pulls for that last run or a last-
second jump shot. We share this feeling when we help underprivileged
children in Red Cross or Y-Teens. Other rewarding clubs such as F .T.A.,
Science Club, and French and Spanish Clubs are offered for your en-
joyment. Many students prefer to use their journalistic talents through
the jackson journal or the fackroniazn. Such activities are all very worth-
while because they lead the students to become better acquainted with
each other and help their school and community.
Edited by Diana Echols
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President Gary Kinder, vice-president Mark Keeling, secretary Dianna Andrews, and rep-
resentatives Lynn Hughart, Margaret Parks, Linn Altman are the members of the Senior
Carol Jones, Cathy Perry, and Ann Simpson display the student council money-making projects
with a smile.
The Student Coun
Steve Nafe and Nan Nease help with the car wash
which was sponsored by the Student Council.
An organization which is beneficial to
the whole school is the Student Council.
Meeting every day in 123, they make many
important decisions which improve our
school. Members of the council are reliable,
well-rounded students who can be depended
The Student Council is responsible for
conducting assemblies, sponsoring dances,
and working on many money-making proj-
ects such as car washes, and selling beanies,
programs, badges, and student directories.
Every morning and noon the paper store on
the second floor is maintained by two stu-
dent council members for everyone's con-
Under the sponsorship of Miss Doris
Cheesman, the 1966 Student Council of
Stonewall jackson has had a very active year.
oonsors Many Proj eots
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Vicki Richards and Rod Moore take their turn working in ,
the Student Council's store.
Dianna Andrews and Mary Boswell sell football programs to Amie Young as Dennis Gary Kinder proudly displays one of SJ's newly gained
Jefffy looks on, trophies,
Gary King, Editor-in-chiefg Miss Alice Worrell, and Mrs. Evelyn Elliott, sponsorsg
and Jeannette Winfree, Associate Editor proof-read the layouts which are to be
sent to the printer.
The Business Committee, Pam Costilow, June Marion, Sue Palmer, and Business Manager
Sandy Patton check the progress of the subscription drive.
Jacksonian Staff Labo
Now the spotlight is on us, the staff of the
book you now hold. Have you ever wondered
about the work that goes into this yearbook?
First of all, staffers must hit the pavement to
sell the most necessary of all evils-ads! Mean-
while, picture schedules must be prepared and
dates are arranged for the photographer to take
the pictures. After the advertisements are com-
pleted, it is lay-out drawing time. It is also time
to write captions, headlines, and make copy re-
visions. Soon the typewriters start to click as
final preparations are made to meet the dead-
The yearbook is one of our most prized pos-
sessions because it enables us to look back into
life. We, of the 1966 fackronimz staff, can
only hope you are pleased with our efforts to
recapture many wonderful memories of the
Melinda Kuhn, Copy Editor, checks over the copy with
Mahala Holmes and Bev Dawson.
'Create a New Look
Linda Wines and Diana Echols, Activities Editor, proof-read captions
before they are sent to the publisher.
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Karen McClanahan, Suzann Sloan, Margaret Miller and Friends Editor Barbara
Wood discover that drawing layouts is a big job.
Sports Editors Bill Hackney and Jeff Harpold discuss ways of making
the Sports Section interesting with Mike Greiser and Randy Brarnmer.
Members of the knowledge committee, Deegee Beckner,' Editor
Pat Niday, and Nancy Williams find Writing captions a difficult
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FIRST ROW-Paula Cook, Kathy Hager, Patty Hennen, Katy Posten,
Mitchell Abraham, Judy Hamrick, Janet Caudill, Marcia Vigneault.
SECOND ROW-Debbie Lawman, Charlene Wright, Bonnie Bird, Nancy
Staats, jennifer Smith, Barbara Prentiss, Vivalora Choice, Debbie Capen,
Lucy Caudill, Carletta Wolfe, Clara Wells, Stephanie Beulike. THIRD
ROW-Olivia Archibald, Lynne Bedwell, Nancy Norman, Mary Dahmer,
Judy Capen, Ina Rae Hark, Mamie Young, Leanne Dodd, Kathi Hall,
Maggie Grimmett, Cathy Perry, Missy Callahan, Sarah Skeens, Alice Ca-
Knowing all the facts about events going on at Sj is important
to each student. Here at Stonewall, we have an ample informer
-the jackson journal.
Published monthly, it is distributed to all subscribers. The pa-
per includes sports, editorials, poetry, and many other essential
additions needed for a newspaper.
Sponsored by Mr. Stuart Armstrong, this year's staff, which
is headed by eight co-editors, includes feature writers, artists,
photographers, advertising managers, and reporters.
Each school has a newspaper, but none surpass the jackson
dick. FOURTH ROW-Nancy Taylor, Ruth Goeller, Connie Borders,
Christie Wildman, Marilyn Monroe, David Namay, Anne Saunders, Hedda
Phillips, Donna Tickle, Beth Jackson, Judy Watlington, Thisbe Davisson,
Nancy Holbrook. FIFTH ROW-Gary Wilkerson, Eric Gordon, Mike
Hairston, Lawrence Roberts, David Ritchley, Danny Graham, Jim Mathes,
Bill Booth, Lloyd Taylor, Ed Hardman, Tom Jarrett, Frank McNie1, john
Hill, and Harold Colvin are the members of the "journal" staff.
Jon Davis, Judy Capen, Ruth
Goeller, Charlene Wright,
Nancy Norman, and Linda
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The jarhson journal
STONEWALL JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL
Co-Etiitorr ............ janet Caudill, Paula Cook, Katy
Hager, Judy Hamrick, Patty Hennen, jo Holmes, Katy
Posten, Marcia Vigneault.
S ports Editor ...................... Mitchell Abraham
Feature Wafiterr ......... Ruth Goeller, Nancy Norman
Art ................ - ............... Linda Stewart
Photography ......... ....... I udy Capen, jon Davis
Atluertirihg Manager .,.............. Charlene Wright
Typist: ................ David Bonham, Mike Smithers,
Aafuirer ......................... Stuart P. Armstrong
Rep01'ter.v.' Linn Altman, Lynne Bedwell, Bonnie Bird, Bill
Booth, Alice Cadick, Debbie Capen, Vivilora Choice, Eric
Gordon, Danny Graham, Margaret Grimmett, Mike
Hairston, Katherine Hall, Sandy Hills, Marsha Hudnall,
Debbie Lawman, Marilyn Monroe, Sandy Morris, C. D.
Perfater, Barbara Prentiss, Thomas Reed, Lawrence Rob-
erts, Jennifer Smith, Nancy Taylor, Clara Wells, Carletta
Wolfe, Mamie Young, Olivia Archibald, Stephanie Beu-
like, Connie Borders, Melissa Callahan, Lucy Caudill,
Harold Colvin, Mary Dahmer, Thisbe Davisson, Leanne
Dodd, Ed Hardman, Ina Hark, Dan Haynes, john Hill,
Nancy Holbrook, Beth Jackson, Torn Jarrett, Carolyn
Kelso, Eric LeRoy, Jim Mathes, Frank McNeil, David
Namay, Cathy Perry, Hedda Philips, David Ritchey,
Anne Saunders, Sarah Skeen, Lloyd Taylor, Donna
Tickle, julia Watlington, Christie Wildman, Gary Wil-
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Nancy Staats and David Bonham are two of the typists for the journal.
FIRST ROW-Janet Caudill, Marcia Vigneault, Paula Cook, Katy Posten. SECOND ROW-Judy Hamrick,
jo Holmes, Mitchell Abraham, Katy Hager and Patty Hennen are the industrious co-editors of the journal.
Stewart proofread the new
Members of the National Honor Society are as follows: ROW ONE-Bill Booth, president, Charlene Wright, vice-president, Paula Cook, secretary,
ROW TWO-Barbara Wilson, Nancy Norman, Bonnie Bird, janet Caudill, Judy Hamrick, Patty Hennen, Ruth Geoller, Marcia Vigneault, Sandy
Hills, Pam Scraggs, ROW THREE-Marilyn Monroe, Lynne Bedwell, Alice Cadick, Debbie Capen, jennifer Smith, Diana Echols, Vivalora Choice,
Roberta Shank, Beverly Dawson, Carolyn McNabb, Marsha Hudnall, ROW FOUR-Margaret Parks, Mamie Young, Nancy Taylor, Katy Hager,
Katy Posten, Andrea Fasimpaur, Jo Holmes, Amie Young, Kathryn Hall, Janette Bailey, Linda Cleaver, ROW FIVE-Mike Hairston, Howard McNeal,
Mitchell Abraham, Danny Graham, and Lawrence Roberts.
Students Receive Honors
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Scholarship, character, leadership, and ch fall, conscientious seniors are tapped for mem-
miliaf Wflffls fo alll' Outstanding sto Half ' W e V both juniors and seniors -are inducted.
characteristics are the backbone of th dhl i na nity fly 'ilarrlillmfli we my desire membershlp In thls Soclefy, for lt IS
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Nancy Norman, Thomas Reed, and Ruth Goeller discuss their college choices. Vivilora Choice and Mike Hairston congratulate one an-
other for their outstanding scores on the National Merit
Stonewall is proud to have three semi-finalists in the Na- Achievement Scholarship Program for outstanding Negro
tional Merit Exams. They are Ruth Goeller, Nancy Norman, students sponsored by the National Merit Sholarship Cor-
and Thomas Reed. These students will take another qualify- poration. Vivilora Choice and Mike Hairston were among
Also, we are honored to have two finalists in the National
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An international honorary society, Quill and
Scroll was formed as a reward for outstanding
work on the fackronifm and the jackfofz fozmzal.
Distinguished high school journalists who work
diligently and faithfully to publish the high school
paper or yearbook are awarded this honor. These
students must be dedicated to the task of maintain-
ing the standards of the publications, as well as ex-
cel in some or many phases of writing, business,
photography, and editing. Students in this society
receive a small gold pin with a quill and scroll en-
graved upon it.
Interested sponsors of this organization are Mrs.
Evelyn Elliott and Mr. Stuart P. Armstrong who
choose these members once a yeart It is the hope of
every member of the yearbook and newspaper staff
to gain this honor.
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Quill and Scroll members are ROW 1: Marcia Vigneault, Jeannette Winfree, Jo Holmes, Janet Caudill, Paula Cook. ROW 2: Pat Niday, Char-
lene Wright, Diana Echols, Patty Hennen, Katy Hager, Judy Hamrick. ROW 3: Barbara Wood, Sandy Patton, Gary King, Melinda Kuhn.
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Susie Calhoun, Bill Donegan, and Ruby Smith demonstrate their acting
er Creative Students
FRONT ROW-Lynne Bedwell, president, Mark Keeling, vice-president,
Mamie Young, secretary, Mason Green, treasurer. SECOND ROW-
Paula Cook, Debbie Lawman, Marcia Vigneault, Becky Shelton, Carolyn
McNabb, Susie Calhoun, Linda Elliott, Ruth Goeller, Nancy Norman,
Bonnie Bird, Alta Holt, Frances Truslow, SECOND ROW-Sponsor Mr.
"Work! Work! XYfork!" is the theme that the members
of the Thespians seemed to have adopted, for the members
of this club are never idle. The Thespian Society of Stone-
wall jackson High School is an organization dedicated to
the purpose of producing superb drama. Under the direc-
tion of Mr. Lewis V. Barnes, the plays which are produced
entertain, engross, enlighten, or convey a message.
In order to become a member of the Thespians, which is
open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors, you must
earn one hundred points. You may earn these points by
appearing in plays, selling tickets, participating in the jol-
lities, or other numerous jobs associated with play produc-
Barnes, Tom Bowling, Jo Holmes, Ruby Smith, Nancy Taylor, John
Graham, Richard Haynes, Bill Donegan, Larry Hartman, Wayne Houser,
Donna Bateman, Janice Hughes, Amie Young, and Louis Biel are the
members of the Thespians of Stonewall.
Think of the Future
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lege Club are well pleased with the success of College Night.
Do you plan ahead? Are you going to a college or
a university? What subjects will be your majors? If
these questions are puzzling you, join the college club
of Stonewall jackson.
Under the direction of Mrs. Ivalou Barth, the club
provides general information helpful to college-bound
students. In room 204, you can find catalogs from
colleges all over the United States. Also, Mrs. Barth
is ready to help you arrange for examinations and to
apply for scholarships.
If you are planning a career the year after high
school, the Career Club is for you. Meetings are con-
cerned with the details for applying for a job and
training for employment interviews. Guest speakers
from various fields often highlight the programs.
Whether it is college or career for you, the best pos-
sible future can be yours by membership in these clubs.
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vice-president make plans for a guest speaker for the next Career Club meeting.
Representing Stonewall at Boys' State were Rod Moore, Gary Kinder, Danny Graham, and Mitchell Abraham.
S. J. Gets a Taste of Politics
Donna Bateman, Dianna Andrews, and Debbie Lawman discuss their trip to Girls'
State with Miss Atkinson.
Many happy experiences can be gained by
going to camp, but a few lucky students are
able to learn about our state government also.
Who are they? These are the students who are
picked each year by Miss Atkinson to attend
Girls' and Boys' State.
Leaving in June, they spend one fun-filled
week in Mountaineer Boys' State or Rhododen-
ron Girls' State at Jackson's Mill. During the
week, they learn about their government by hav-
ing an election between two party groups, the
Nationalists and the Federalists. Posters are
made, campaign speeches are given, and finally
the votes are counted to determine the winner.
Besides learning about their government, these
students meet many new people and are chal-
lenged by original ideas which will never be
Camp Miniwanca Stresses
Four Fold Plan
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jo Holmes finds the I Dare You Library at Miniwanca very enjoyable.
Gary King finds sweeping at Camp Miniwanca not as easy as it looks.
Each year two Stonewall students attend a two-Week
session of the American Youth Foundation Camp, at
Camp Miniwanca, located near Muskegan, Michigan.
The camp is situated on a four hundred acre tract of land
between Lake Michigan and Stoney Lake. Christian
youth leadership and the four-fold plan are emphasized
by men and women from many vocations who do vol-
The four-fold plan of living, suggests that a life
should contain religious, physical, mental, and social
aspects in order to be more fulfilling. During an aver-
age day at Camp Miniwanca this idea is both taught and
High school and college students from all fifty states
and several foreign countries are invited to attend. Jo
Holmes attended the Older Girls' Camp the first two
weeks of August and Gary King attended the Older
Boys' Camp the latter two weeks. Both jo and Gary
found Camp Miniwanca a vivid experience they will
Representative at D.A.R. camp were: ROW 1: Elizabeth Grimm, Debbie Isaac, Nan Nease, Linda Elliott, Cathy Perry, Olivia Archibald, ROW 2: Cathy
Blackshire, Stephanie Beulike, and Christie Wildman.
D.A.R. Camp Teaches
Each year girls are chosen to participate in American Heri-
tage Week at the D. A. R. camp held at Cedar Lakes. These
girls come from all areas of our state and a few come from
During the week of camp the girls go to morning classes
which stress knowledge and understanding of the American
flag, American democracy, American patriots, and communism.
The afternoon classes include such electives as art, knitting, na-
ture, dancing, needlepoint, or choral reading. Each evening a
guest speaker lectures the girls on topics pertaining to our
This camp helps enrich girls' lives and stimulates their pa-
Stephanie Beulike and Nan Nease look on as Liz Grimm displays
her skill at knitting.
Tallant bargains for one of Christopher Bean's pictures with Dr. and Mrs. Haggett.
Thespians Stay in the Act
Ada watches disapprovingly as Warren and Susan kiss.
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Ada Haggett . .
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Drama Comes Alive
Constable Warren and Mr. Webb ask Simon Stimson if he needs any help
while Rebecca, George, and Emily look at the moon.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
OUR TOWN CAST
Stage Manager' .....................
Dr. Gibby ...... ..
joe Crowell, fr. .
Howie Newrnme .... . . . .
Mrr. Gibbs ...... ....
Mrs. Webb . . . . . .
George Gibbr .... ....
Rebecca Gibbs .... ..
Wally Webb .... . .
Emily Webb ....... . .
Professor Willard . . . . . .
Mr. Webb .......... .
Woman at lbe Left .... . .
Mari at Back .......... .
Woman at zfbe Rigbzf .... ..
. Mark Keeling
. Danny McKee
. . . . Stuart Shirk
. . . . Carl Sheler
. David Ramkey
. . . . janet Davis
. . . Bill Donegan
. . Shirley Martin
. . . David Jeffers
.. Nancy Simon
Simon Slimsorr ...... .... L arry Hartman
Mrs. Soames .......
Si Crowell ........ . .
Sara Craig ....... . . .
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People of tbe Town:
. . . . Ruth Morris
. . . jerry Layne
. . . Stuart Shirk
. . . john Carper
june Marion, Shirley Martin, Nancy Simon, Richard
Warner, David Jeffers, Allen Lucas,
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Emily comes back from the dead to relive her twelfth birth
day with her family.
.lanice Hu-Zhes, Donna Bateman, Ruth Morris, Carole Among fha many Studws Whoffied Ouf fof the Junior Class Play
s ' Double Door were Linda Elliott, Ruby Smith, Barbara Bullock
Peck, Clara Peck, Calvin Settle Nancy Holbrook, Louie Biel, james'Good, and john Kirby. l
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La Tertulia, the Spanish Club at Stonewall, is
one of the largest organizations in the school. It is
made up of the students who want to learn more
about the countries where their second language
is spoken. At the meetings they see slides, movies
and skits, and meet many interesting speakers.
The biggest project of the club is its annual
Christmas party at the Union Mission Children's
Home. The party is planned months ahead. Clothes
are collected and presents bought for the children.
The party is usually a big success with entertain-
ment, refreshments, and Santa Claus.
This is just one of the many rewarding events La
Tertulia brings to its members through the year.
If you are an interested Spanish student, this club
is for you.
Members of the Spanish Club have formed a Spanish chorus to sing
at the Christmas party for the children at the Union Mission.
Spanish Club Learns of Spain
Pictured below are the forty-seven members of the Spanish Club. FRONT
ROW-Bill Booth, Nancy Holbrook, Karen Thomas, Kathi Hall, SEC-
OND ROW-Annette Hackney, Beverly Dawson, Beverly Flowers, Beth
Brown, Nina Rhodes, Linda Ferrell, Jean Stover, Carol Paxton, Patty
Crance, Judy Miller, Susie Purdue, Robin Basman, THIRD ROW-
Robin Plott, Judy West, Becky Sansbury, Debbie Canterbury, Deegee
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Beckner, Sarah Skeens, Sharon Wilson, Teresafr Wiseman, Joy Dotson,
Mary Lou Walker, FOURTH ROW-Barbara Jackson, Junior Diaz, Ann
Simpson, Phyllis Frankenburger, Olivia Archibald, Diana Echols, Nancy
Bailey, Linda Crews, Amie Young, Linda Lawrence, Bev Copley, FIFTH
ROW-Riclcy Crews, Ray Boyce, Jeff Ferrell, joe Caldwell, jerry Walker,
Steve Zakaski, Lawerence Roberts, David Bonham, and Larry Windom.
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Members of the French Club are as follows: SEATED-Charlie Coleman,
Carolyn Woodrum, Beverly Allen, Katy Posten, ROW 1-Judi Dawson,
Carolyn Stalnaker, Mona Raines, Becky Robinson, Alice Pflaumer, Rae
Chandler, Carletta Wolfe, Billie jo Tully, Debbie Davis, janet Chapman,
Jennifer Smith, Clara Wells, Linda Dilworth, Carol Hiersoux, Debbie
Isaac, Cathy Perry, Sue Burton, Sharon Miller, Marilyn Davis, Mintha
Wallen, Nancy Norman, ROW 2: janet Mann, Teri Robinson, Diana
Frame, Mary Miller, Debbie Thomas, Frances Hairston, jessica Barker,
Donna Bateman, Susie Perdue, Brenda Hughes, Jeannette Winfree, Sandy
Hills, Linda Hagy, Brenda Carter, Nancy Williams, Becky Shelton,
French club president Vicky Erwin talks with Daniel Franzblau and Miss
Marie-jose Vernet, guest speakers for the club.
Clara Peck, Libby Butts, Nancy Holbrook, ROW 3: Sue Knighton, Char-
otte DeDaviess, Cecilia Comer, Beverly Jones, Sylvia Ashley, Debbie
Ingram, Carolyn Ong, Sue Aston, Linda Gregg, Linda Elliott, Julie
Nelson, Donna Cain, Joyce Cooley, Martha Bryson, Debbie Silman, Nancy
Greenlee, Sara Mills, Andrea Fasimpaur, Donna Hanna, Ruth Goeller,
Pat Smith, Milton Carnes, Harold Colvin, Bill Hackney, Cort Andrews,
David Ritchey, James Henike, Tim Conner, Laurence Womack, Ken Adams,
Steve Glover, Gloria Dowell, Carolyn Kelso, Debbie Terry, and Ginger
Bonjour. Est-ce que je vous connais, monsieur?
Ah, oui. A quel lycee avez-vous fait vos' etudes?
Au meme lycee que vous. Nous etions en la meme
classe de francais.
Aimez-vous vos Vacances En France?
Oui, je les aime beaucoup, j'aime surtout parler ma,
deuxieine langere, frangais.
Tiens! Je faut partir maintenant.
fespere vous revoir bientot. Au revoir.
- Au revoir.
- This is just an example of how many people en-
- joy using their knowledge of this foreign language
through the French Club, they meet many interest-
ing people and are able to do many projects for the
Y-Teens Add to SJ 's Activities
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Debbie Lawman, Cathy Murdock, jennifer Smith, Charlene Wright, San-
dra Wiseman, Karen Thomas, Carolyn Woodrum, Debbie Capen, Donna
Marple, Carletta Wolfe, Carol Paxton, SECOND ROW-Margie Stewart,
Amie Young, Linda Sharp, Linda Cleaver, Marcia Vigneault, Roberta
One of the most worthwhile groups at SJ.
is the Y-Teens. A branch of the Y.W.C.A.,
this club is sponsored by Mrs. Rebie Faircloth. .. it
The purpose of each Y-Teen organization is to
grow through better knowledge of God.
Y-Teen programs strive to explore new in-
terests, to enjoy new adventures and friends,
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living, and to stimulate an attitude -of social re- .
sponsibility and concern.
Stonewall's Y-Teens participate in such acti-
vities as ushering for the annual WVEA meet-
ings, attending conferences, selling Y-Teen
candy, working for the Heart iFund, dec-
orating nursing homes at Christmas, and dress-
ing dolls for needy children.
New friends, new experiences, and challeng-
ing opportunities are the rewards active of Y-
Shank, Mary Dahmer, Linda johnson, Robin Plott, Vivalora Choice, Judy
Capen, Lynne Bedwell, THIRD ROW-Sandra Morris, Stephanie Cicar-
illo, Sue McCann, Nancy Simon, jo Holmes, Charlene Perry, Pam Hundley,
Sue Dodd, Sharon Hutchinson, Carolyn McNabb, Nancy Taylor, Sandy
Marion, Mamie Young.
The Y-Teen officers, Nancy Taylor, Margaret Grimmett, Rebecca Carr, Sandy
Hills, Lynne Bedwell, Sue Dodd, Mrs. Faircloth, sponsor, and Alice Cadick dis-
cuss their upcoming projects.
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mond Miller, and Ralph Sayre enjoy working on Red Cross projects.
The purpose of the Red Cross is to promote the initia-
tive and the ability of students who are Willing to give of
their time and talents in order to contribute to the welfare
of distressed people. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Wil-
liams, this club acquaints Red Cross representatives with
the various services that need to be performed.
Some students work for the Bloodmobile while others
work in the Red Cross office. It is the duty of the Red Cross
representatives to collect money for the Red Cross drive.
Members of the Red Cross also give a party at Christmas
and make Easter baskets for under-privileged children.
The Red Cross Club at SJ. is offering a challenge to
youth to help improve the problems of our community.
Those who have the concern and willingness to help should
join this club to give to those who are less fortunate.
Share With the Red Cross
Members of the Red Cross ate: SEATED, Debbie Lawman, Gene Flannery,
Susan Martin, Mrs. Williams. ROW 1: Evelyn Upton, Linda Johnson,
Marilyn Sands, Margaret Miller, Yvonne jackson, Anne Greenleaf, Jeri
Harris, Paula Mace, Nancy Bowling, Jewell Means, Martha Meador,
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Libby Butts, ROW 2: Joyce Watson, Linda Truman, Ricky Medley, Linda
Gregg, Donna Burdette, Nancy Reveal, Mary McCutcheon, Raymond
Miller, Linda Clinton, and Libby Butts.
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Standing at attention, taking time out from practice and performances, Stonewall jackson's great band poses for a group picture.
The sound of the whistle, the beat of the drums, and the blare
of the trumpets all reveal that the Scarlet and Grey Band is on the
march again boosting spirit at all SJ football games. We sense the
pride of seeing our band march across the field as they announce
"Here comes the Stonewall jackson Scarlet and Grey Band."
To be a member of the band, a student must first be able to
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The Band Officefs Council are as follows: L-R. Arthur Osborne, Linda O'Dell, Ricky Crews SEC. ROW-Clinton Daily, Barbara Humphreys,
Bonnie Montague, Marsha Hudnall, Kay Boggess, Kathi Hall, Nola jean Moore, THIRD ROW-Stuart Shirk, Reggie Smith, Frances Martin,
Roberta Shank, Donna Hanna, Mike Matheny, jeff Stiles, BACK ROW-Robert Shank, John Goodwin, Steve Stewart, Richard Stockton, Ken
Bondurant, Danny Ellis.
Head Drum Major Jeff Stiles and Assistant Head Clinton Dailey, lead Mr. Frey is proud to direct S.j.'s fine band.
Stonewal1's scarlet and grey band.
Sharon McGinnis, Roberta Shank, Gina Monin, Ray Boyce, Linda O'Dell 2.
Brent Moore, Ray Bondurant, Ricky Crews, Richard Stockton, 3. Ricky Hanna,
Ricky Miller, Charlie Robinson, and john Walsh play three types of valve in-
1. Bev Copley, Donna Tickle, Nan Nease, Diana Norman 2. Nola Moore,
Kris Frame, Carla Karns, Rae Chandler 3. Donna Hanna, Libby Butts,
Kathi Hall, Dee Dee Cunningham, 4. Art Osborne, Nancy Bailey, and
Steve Beulike play the higher-reed instruments.
Mike Gates, Earl Hambrick, Paul Boone, Belinda Smallridge,
Mike Matheny, jeff Stiles, Butch McNeal, 2. Larry McCormick,
Tom Board, Barry Krebs, Clinton Dailey, Gary Seckman, jim
Walton, Darrell Pauley make a baritone sound in the band.
1. Frank Bush, Steve Stuart, Susan Greter, Pam Tabor 2. Diana Christo,
Bonnie Montague, Gloria Nunley, Kay Boggess, Barbara Young,
Wayne Lawson, Randy Michaels, Randy Brammer 4. Becky Good'
Win, Debbie Fowler, Steven Michaels, and Gary Freeland make up
the lower-reed instrument section.
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1. Marsha Hudnall, Frances Martin, Ruth Minney, Marie Brenneman, Barbara Judy, Anna Morgan, Barbara Hum-
phreys, Karen Miller, 2. Penny Rowley, Bill Rollins, Kay White, Karen Keener, Lucy Caudill, Darlene Lanham,
Brenda Carter, Pam Davis. 5. Nancy Williams, janet Mann, Debbie Street, Debbie Terry, Kathy Lynch,
Peggy Goodwin, Diana Earles, Joyce Crowder, jane Chapman, 4. james Custer, Patty Carrier, Dotty Stove,
Paula Newland, Diana Willmoth, Delores Houston, Susan McComas, Stephanie Ciccarello supply the band
1. Shirley Lane, Barbara McClure, Linda Crews, Martha Mann 2. Charley Jeff Ferrell, Buddy Fore, john Goodwin, Doug Pauley, Gary Browley
Lewis, Reggie Smith, Robert Shank, Sammy Parsons, Dan Ellis 3. Ray and Marion Bolar produce the brass sounds in the band.
Goodwin, Allen Harper, Bob Dawson, Doug Frame, Frank Montague,
and Stewart Shirk form the percussion section of Sj's band.
Good Music Is Pleasurable
Mike Matheny, President, Louis Biel, Vice Presidentg Bonnie Mon-
tague, Librariang and Marsha Hudnall, Secretary, are the officers
Of the 1965-1966 orchestra.
Good music is one orchestra's specialty. There is al-
ways music in the air at SJ. If one is on the third floor
during the seventh period, he will hear the orchestra
loud and clear, under the direction of Mr. Frey.
The orchestra members participate in many activities
throughout the year including school assemblies, com-
munity programs, graduation, and the annual spring con-
cert which highlights the musical year.
Several members represent Stonewall in the All-County
and All-State Orchestras. These are open to students
with outstanding musical ability.
All the talented students who make up our orchestra
should be commended for the golden notes they produce
here at SJ.
SJ's orchestra members are as follows: ROW-1 Lois Wilkerson, Louis
Biel, Nina Clendenin, DeeDee Cunningham, Donna Tickle, Nola Moore,
Bobby Dawson, Terry Stone, ROW 2-Donna Bateman, Angela Carney,
Marie Clendenin, Linda O'Del1, Gina Monin, Gary Seckman, Belinda
Smallridge, Mike Matheny, Richard Stockton, Barbara Humphreys, Ruth
Minney, Frances Martin, Marsha Hudnall, Stephen Michaels, ROW-3
Diane Wilmouth, Paula Newland, Stephanie Ciccarello, Mr. Frey, Charles
Lewis, Reggie Smith, Clay Carpenter, john Goodwin, john Walsh, Bob
Hugart, Gary Freeland, Kay Boggass, Bonnie Montague, Stepen Beulike,
and Art Osborne.
aj orettes Strut Proudly
Stonewal1's Majorette Corps this year consists of: Barbara Humphreys, Beverly Copley, Debbie Terry, Nancy Williams, Anna Mae Morgan, Donna
Tickle, Diana Norman, Nan Nease, Diana Earles, Lucy Caudill, and Nola jean Moore.
Nan Nease competed in the Kanawha County Major- The head and assistant head majorettes are Barbara Humphreys and Nola Jean
ette Festival as S.J.'s twirler. Moore,
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ROW ONE: Mrs. Thomasson, Martha Bryson, Vicky Richards, Susan Clevenger. ROW THREE: Darlene Knowles, Teresa Wiseman, Linda
Richardson, Linda Wakefield, james Smith, john Ingram, Danny Popp, Wines, Larry 'Hartman, David Parsons, Leonard Honaker, Bill Shelton,
Harry Helmick, David Ramkey, john Brady, joe Kiser, Becky Shelton, Joe Taylor, Nadine Etter, Mary Boswell, Dee Dee Carney, and Kathy
Susan Marshall, Pat jones, Patty Patrick, and Debbie Lore. ROW TWO: Rhodes. ROW FOUR: Frances Truslow, Anna Philips, Donna Justice,
Belinda Smallridge, Margaret Grimmett, Patty Wines, Nancy' Staats, David Janice Hughes, Charlotte DeDaviess, Martin McClure, Ricky Fisher,
Berger, Terry Ray, Danny Burdette, Eric Gordon, james Custer, and David Danny Hale, Larry Foster, Rickard Silman, Debbie Hambrick, Gene
Michael, Sue Knighton, Beverly Boggess, Nancy Bowling.
Harmony Boosts Spirits
Beauty in movement of tones and voices is music.
Here at Stonewall, we have a facet of this beauty,
namely, the Stonewall Jackson Chorus.
Under the careful supervision of Miss Eleanor Thom-
asson, the chorus performs three or four times for
seasonal events during the year. Special groups of the
chorus partake in outside activities which boost our
school and community spirit. Qualifications for mem-
bership in the group are to be able to sing, hold your
part, and devotion to many hours of hard work. Each
year members look forward to the selection of All-
County and All-State Chorus, for it is an honor to have
the opportunity to sing with others from all over this
area. We, the student body of SJ., are deeply apprecia-
tive to these qualified, talented students who have de-
voted themselves to the culture of music. me
Stonewall's well-trained chorus rehearses daily for various programs.
Voices Blend Into Music
Years ago in England and in other countries, people used
to gather around a table at night: and sing for entertainment.
Singing in four part harmony, they liked short, quaint songs
which had a story to tell. Most of this type of music was not
accompanied by a musical instrument.
During the last few years there has been a new interest in
forming such singing groups. Stonewall jackson is fortunate
to have a madrigal group, the newest addition to the music de-
A madrigal singer is one who has a fairly pleasant voice
that can blend well with others. Having a general love for
music, he must also be able to read music. Try-outs, under the
direction of Miss Eleanore Thomasson, are held each spring.
If you have a love for music, why not try out for madrigals?
Jean. Henike, Connie Borders, .Melinda Kuhn, Christy Wildrnan, Gwen Andrews Jeff Harpold Robert Henderson Jim Mathis Lloyd Taylor
Lewis, Linda Elliott, Sharon Flint, Emily Tincher, Linda jeffrey, Carolyn Ed Hardman David Ramkey Katy Posten and Elizabeth Grimm are mem
Vfoodrum, Marilyn Sands, Danny Ellis, Gary King, Norton Miller, Cort bers of S J s select Madrigal Singers
F.T. . Instruets New Teachers
If you are considering a prospective teaching career
and you wish to gain more knowledge of or about
the qualifications for this field, why not join Stonewall
Jackson's F.T.A., properly known as Future Teachers
Teachers are in great need throughout our state and
country. Our F.T.A. gives the student helpful advice
in attaining this career. Sponsored by Mrs. George, the
club strives to aid in planning programs that will chal-
lenge and enlighten members.
The F.T.A. here at S.J. is active on many occasions,
they attend conferences which help the students tre-
mendously in choosing their field of teaching. A scrap-
book is assembled by the club each year, presenting
pictures and write-ups about each of their various
Being a teacher has many challenges and opportu-
nities, and the F.T.A. can guide your path toward this
Bill Hairston, Ann Simpson, and Janice Hughes proudly display the FTA's
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The members of the Future Teachers of America Club of SJ are ROW 1-
Bill Hairston, Debbie Lawman, Sara Skeen, Ginger Schoonover, Janice
Hughes, sponsor Mrs. George, ROW 2-Debbie Flowers, Mary Boswell,
Carol Paxton, Frances Hairston, Alice Headly, Bonnie Montague, Eliza-
beth Grimm, Rebekah Shelton, Vivalora Choice, Carolyn Bragg, Evie
Morgan, Beth Brown, Susan Guest, ROW 3-Sandra Wiseman, Suellen
Aston, Kathi Hall, Roberta Shank, Doris Belcher, Nancy Maddox, Gwen
Lewis, Patty Hennen, Susie Calhoun, Debbie Caterberry, Georgia Lyttle,
Shirley Layne, Bonnie Smith, Linda Dilworth, ROW 4-Nancy Smith,
Margie Stewart, Linda Crews, Linda Elliott, Janette Bailey, Gloria Jean
Nunley, Gregg Jones, Connie Grimm, Alice Pflaumer, Cecelia Comer,
Ina Rae Hark, Billie Jo Tully, Susie Purdue, ROW 5-Ann Simpson,
Mary Ann Henry, John Holt, Kay Burdette, Junior Diaz, David Parsons,
Kenny Adams, Lawrence Womack, Mike Hairston, James Henike, Rich-
ard Stockton, Barbara Casdorph, Larry Winclom, and Libby Butts.
These FBLA members prepare for a future in the business world: ROW Joyce Chafin, Jan Hall, Alta Holt, Sherry Harrison, Barbara Gibson
ONE-Jeanne Hill, Pam Scraggs, june Marion, Patsy Dudash, Mamie Kathy Ornbaun, and Nancy Staats.
Young, Mrs. Lee, sponsor, ROW TWO-Peggy Fisher, Linda Munday,
We Mean Business
Do you plan to become a business executive? If
you need a little help, the best place to look is
Stonewall's active Future Business Leaders of Amer-
ica Club. Here you will find other ambitious stu-
dents just like yourself learning the opportunities of
the modern world and how to put them to your ad-
Each meeting prepares F.B.L.A. members for the
problems that they must face in their struggle to
achieve their goal in today's world. As they discuss
job opportunities, interviews, salaries, and various
other helpful topics. Guest speakers are often pres-
ent at their meetings.
Future business leaders learn all about the trials,
tribulations, and situations they will face in their fu-
We send our best wishes with the members of
this group, hoping that they will someday really be
the business leaders of America, for we know that
the training received here at Stonewall is the best.
Patsy Dudash, Arnie Young, Mrs. Lee, June Marion, Jeanne Hill, and Alta Holt
display their membership certificate proudly.
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The Science Club introduces atoms and molecules to the following: ROW
ONE-David Namay, Danny Graham, Paul Desrosiers, Gary Wilkinson,
Sponsor Mr. Fulton, ROW TWO-Elizabetli Grimm, Susan Grove, Celica
Comer, Paula Cook, Judy Capen, Jo Holmes, Debbie Capen, Joy Dotson,
Elizabeth Starcher, Connie Bibb, Linda Dilworth, ROW THREE-David
Ritchey, Jim Huffman, Mickey Samples, Skip Wilson, Lloyd Taylor,
Those students who are intrigued by the theory of rela-
tivity or how electricity works, may find the answers by
joining the Science Club. In order to participate, a student
must maintain a "BH average, and attend meetings with
A president, two vice presidents, a secretary, a treasurer,
and a committee chairman are elected to preside over the
Meetings are held after school twice a month. Students
learn interesting facts from guest speakers and the latest
films. These future scientists display their talents through
the annual science fair.
The club provides an interesting and educational ac-
tivity which benefits the student of science. It promotes a
keener interest and a stimulating awareness of our modern
Janice Hughes, Larry Roberts, Bill Hairston, Leslie Carte, William Shel-
ton, Roland Sheler, Bobby Green, ROW FOUR-Junior Diaz, Steve Bupp,
Mona Raines, Susan Haynes, Sharon Flint, Joyce Watson, Robert Hender-
son, Joyce Markley, Connie Borders, Dianna Frame, John Graham, and
Danny Graham, Bob Saunders, David Ritchey, Judy Capen, Lawrence
Roberts experiment with the spectra kit in Science Club.
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Patty Myers, Vice Presidentg Georgia Little, Secretary, Vivilora Choice, President and
Andrea Fasimpaur, Reporter, help prepare a bulletin board for National Book Week.
Each hour of the day the busy hands of the
library helpers are on the move checking in and
out books, renewing books, filing cards, making
new books available, and collecting and record-
ing fines. Besides these daily jobs, they aid Miss
Rose and Mrs. Hoge in ordering new books,
suggesting new books for purchase, making
order cards, and typing orders.
The major event of the year is the Annual
Book Display during National Book Week. The
girls assist in arranging the display and introduc-
ing the new books to the visiting classes.
They also decorate the library for seasonal
holidays, such as Christmas, Valentine's Day,
and St. Patrick's Day. These girls help make
our library an active place for knowledge.
Meet S.J.'s Assistant Librarians
These members of the 'library Club fFRONT ROWJ Linda johnson, Nunly, KBACK ROWJ Marie Simms, Lois ,Morris, Sherry Hopkins, Mary
janet Simmons, Kathy Blake, Mary McCutcheon, Sharon White, Joyce Wyatt, Sherry Anderson, Linda Cecil, Becky Jones, Helen Grass, Jan Hall,
Blackshire, Linda Cleaver, Barbara Pritchett, Barbara Meadows, Gloria and Natalie Smith help maintain Stonewall's well-organized library.
Leaders' Corps Stresses Fitness
Members of the Leaders' Corps are: SEATED-Becky Sothen, Debbie Lore,
Linda Crews, Christie Wildman, Elizabeth Grimm, Ann Saunders, Connie
Borders, Donna Trippett, Barbara Bullock, Cathy Blackshire, Robin Bas-
man, Cathy Perry. KNEELING-Diane Melton, Marcia Vigneault, Linda
Stewart, Ellen Lester, Barbara Prentiss, Nancy Taylor, Carolyn McNabb,
Jean Mitchell, Jo Holmes, Alice Cadick, Lynn Hughart, Marilyn Monroe,
Karen White, Vivilora Choice, Linn Altman, STANDING is Miss Steele,
physical education instructor.
Jeffrey, Sandy Morris, Linda Ellis, Linda Hagy, Katy Hager, Linda
The Leaders' Corps of Stonewall jackson is on the
move! Every day the members of the group demonstrate
their leadership qualities and zest for sports as they
supervise and assist with the activities in the girls' gym.
A girl who wishes to be on the squad must have an
overall "B" average with an "A" average in physical
education. Other requirements include great enthusi-
asm, good sportsmanship, strong character, eagerness to
help, and leadership abilities. Girls are chosen on this
basis by Miss Steele. She often turns her classes over
to their capable hands to lead the girls in exercises or
referee a basketball game between members of the
class. The girls also aid by checking roll and handing
out towels in the shower room.
All the girls look forward to their annual birthday
party where awards are given to faithful leaders. All
in all, the physical education department could not be
nearly as efficient without the Girls' Leaders Corps.
Diane Melton, Katy Hager, Barbara Bullock, and Elizabeth Grimm discuss the
exercises they will lead.
Meet SJ's Law Enforcers
FIRST ROW!-Donald Marple, Mike Powers, Gary Hunley, Larry Cole- Robert Starks, Arthur Chapman, Bill Walters, Ronald Summers, Terry
man, Robert Lanham, SECOND ROW-jack Smith, Norton Miller, Stonqjim Greshnm,rmd Lt,Wnrwick,
Ralph Sayre, Terry Roy, Joe Shrewsbury, Jesse Robinsong THIRD ROW-
Cadet jack Smith receives orders over the two-way radio.
Following in the footsteps of our courageous city po-
licemen is Stonewall Jacksons Cadet Corps. This organiza-
tion, started by Chief of Police Dallas Bias, consists of
eager boys looking forward to a future in police and de-
tective work. Meetings for the corps are held monthly at
On weekends many boys have the opportunity to ac-
company the policemen on their duties. Cadets receive
special individual training on how to act in certain situa-
If a young man is planning to go to college, he may
have the opportunity after high school to further his
career in police work. His course of study in college
would center around criminology with all expenses paid
by the police department.
If you enjoy investigation and solving mysteries, police
work may be ideal for you.
ffioe Workers Help Wi
Diana Rucker, Jennifer Smith, Nancy Norman, Barbara Meadows, Anna Fosco,
and Sandra Baldwin find the mornings in the office are always busy.
Barbara Prentiss, Amie Young, Vickie Erwin, and Carolyn McNabb find helping Miss
Atkinson a big job. V
Pat Engle, Carol Carney, Kathy Fields, and Janette
Karen Thomas helps Doris Belcher through the day with
e Efficiency at S.J.
Veda Lacy, Carol Peck, Charlene Wright, Virginia Lanham, Nancy Green-
lee, Clara Peck, and Susan Mace are always busy in Mr. Thomasson's
time from their busy routine to pose for a picture.
Carolyn Woodrum, Nancy Maddox, Debbie Capen, Debbie Lawman, Amie Young, joy
Dotson, Margaret Grimmett, and Sara Mills work systematically in the office.
Becky Carr types efficiently as Patty Rabel dictates the
Members of DECA are: ROW 1-David Krebs, Lowell Casdorph, Mary
Alice Gravely, Gary Short ROW 2-Anita Quesenberry, jackie Whidby,
Cheryl Board, David Myers, Danny Atkinson, Patty Lyttle, Mrs. Asseff,
Deca Students Prepare
Distributive Education Clubs of America is a national organiza-
tion developed to teach students how to work in the field of their
choice. It also gives them the opportunity to display their skills
by actual working experience, thus they become acquainted with the
enterprise system of our country.
Under the capable direction of Mrs. Asseff these students learn
how to spell, meet people, helpful hints for proper dress, and vari-
ous other skills needed in the salesman's world today. They also feel
a deep sense of satisfaction knowing that they are earning a real pay-
check every week.
Yes, good selling techniques pay off as the D.E.C.A. students can
tell you. Experience is a must when looking for a job, and D.E.C.A.
students will have this advantage when applying for a job.
Sponsor. ROW 3-Jon Stratton, Joyce Mitchell, Richard Radford, Carolyn
Wiggins, Alice Epling. ROW 4-Jim Stowers, Brad Stewart, Kenneth
Hanson, Ott Willis.
for the Future
Lowell Casclorph, Anita Quesenberry and David Krebs put up
the sign announcing National DECA Week.
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Leonard OConner, 2nd ROW-Silas Martin, Eddie Brigode, and Ronald Ball.
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Here at Stonewall our projectionists make possible the
showing of appropriate movies and slides. These students
are available at any time during the school day. Not only
do they operate the projector for classes, but many times
they are called upon to give their services at assemblies and
other club meetings after school.
The projectionists are very busy peopleg they are taught
to operate, clean, assemble, and make minor repairs on
Any student who is interested in becoming a member of
this club may do so. There is no reward for being a projec-
tionist except having the self-satisfaction of learning the
fundamental operations of movie projectors.
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janet Caudill, Danny Graham, Nola Jean Moore, Mike Parsons, Anita Thaxton, and
Mike Smithers pose for the photographer during the big evening.
Carol jones, Debbie Lawman, and Teri Barrett, Ray lfauley, Arthur
Wotiz, and jeff I.eMasters pose for 21 picture during the busy
Mr. Steadrnan presents Queen Nola jean Moore with a
bouquet of flowers while Mike Parsons looks on.
Debbie Lawman and Arthur Wotiz, smile gleefully as Dr. Beddow hands
Debbie the bouquet of mums.
We Salute SJ's New Mom
Mrs. Shank stands proudly with her children, Robert and Roberta.
Meet Mrs. Lowell Shank, Mrs. Stonewall Jack-
son for the 1965-66 school year. She was crowned
during the pre-game ceremonies of the St. Albans-
Stonewall football game.
Mrs. Shank has rewarded Stonewall with her
work for six yearsg she received her initiation into
our activities when she became an officer of the
Band Boosters. Since then, she has contributed her
time to the Ladies Auxiliary, P.T.A., and cur-
rently serving as secretary of the Band Boosters.
To the band members she is known as "Mom
Shank." Three of Mrs. Shank's children have grad-
uated frorn SJ., and Roberta and Robert will grad-
uate this year.
We commend Mrs. Shank for her loyal support
of the activities at Stonewall, and know her years of
service will never be forgotten.
Mr. Steadrnan congratulates "Our Mom" of 1966, Mrs. Lowell Shank
Mrs. Shank smiles happily as her husband pins her mum to her coat
The Debate Club Battles It Out
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Members of Stonewall's Debate Club are FIRST ROW-Debbie Capen,
David Namay, 'jo Holmes, Danny Popp, and Mrs. Edwards Sponsor. SEC-
Dahmer. THIRD RONV-Tom Reed, Bill Hairston, Steve Gilkerson, and
OND ROXW-Margaret Miller, Marcin johnson, Andrea Fasirnpaur, Mary
One of the newest organizations formed this year
is the Debate Club. Under the direction of Mrs.
Patricia Edwards, the club has twelve active mem-
bers. Teams are composed of two groups: the af-
firmatives and the negatives. The national high
school debate topic for 1965-1966 is "What policy
in labor-management relations will best serve the
people of the United States ?"
The Debate Club needs a person who is willing to
spend considerable time in preparation for each
contest. This club offers a rewarding experience to
every active member.
Debbie Capen, David Namay, and Bill Hairston listen as jo Holmes gives her part
of the debate,
lt's a Strike for SJ
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1st ROW-Lawerence Womack, Stewart Shirk, Allan Harper, Jim Wehrle,
Newman Jackson, Raymond Miller, Carlos Cantely. 2nd ROW-Donna
justice, Rod Moore, Vicky Richards, Mary Lou Wlaker, Gwen Lewis,
Ricky Crews, Patty Myers, Mitchell Abraham, Gregg Jones, Joe Taylor,
Tim Conner, and Mr. Pickens, sponsor. 3rd ROW-Shelia Landis, Carol
Paxton, Margaret Miller, Jan Butler, Sandra Balglwin, Mary Boswell,
Debbie Flowers, Dennis Choice, Vivilora Choice, Steve Etter, Debbie
Davis, janet Chapman. -'ith ROW-Cecilia Comer, Martha Meador, Jewell
Means, Kathryn Hall, Barbara Pritchett, Anne Greenleaf, Jeanette Bailey,
It's a strike!
This is the familiar cry of Stonewall's newest and most
enjoyable club, the Bowling Club. Directed by Mr. Pick-
ens, this club meets every Tuesday after school. Three times
a month the members meet at the Boulevard Recreation
Center to practice.
This club does not compete with other bowling teams,
but is just for improving their bowling form, increasing
scoring ability and having fun. So, if you want to have a ball,
join the bowling club!
Kathy Ornbaun, Nancy Staats, Charlotte DeDaviess, Karen Aldridge, David
Jeffers, Charlene Petrich, Olivia Archibald, Sth ROW'-Tyrone Johnson,
Linda Dilworth, Karen White, Rita Widae, jimmy Oatridge, Steve Gilkerson,
Barbara Meadows, Patty Petry, Connie Grimms, Penny Hamilton, Pricilla
Richard, Donna Bateman, Sue Barnette. 6th ROW-Nancy Bowling, Bev-
erly Boggess, Doreen Knoles, Barbara Casdorph, Mike Levy, Bill Hackney,
John Sarette, Steve Murray, joe Caldwell, David Narnay, Skip Wilson,
julia Nelson, Becky Jones.
Robert Shank looks on as Steve Murray and Allen Harper examine new
v. it .lj
Members of the Chess club find that chess is a game needing much concentration.
This year Stonewall initiated a club designed
to help students perfect their game of chess.
Sponsored by Mr. john Asseff, the club is
opened to any student who enjoys playing chess.
Yearly dues are one dollar and are used to pur-
chase trophies for the advanced players and one
for the beginning players. Club tournament
games are played each Tuesday and Thursday
after school and any day at noon in 521. Stone-
Wall participates in Interclub Tournaments with
regional schools during the year. Chess is a
very intriguing game and takes many years of
practice and concentration to become a good
Displaying the chess club trophies are the officers: Allen Lucas, president, Barbara Wood, vice-president, Barbara Wilson, public relations chairman,
and Rod Moore, treasurer.
We Remember These
Courtesy Copy Jackson Journal
Sophomore Orientation Program
Sophomore Class Election
Jacksonian Senior Pictures
Jacksonian Junior 8: Sophomore
Football St. Albans-Mrs. S. J.
Jacksonian Subscription Assembly
Football-Charleston-Miss S. J.
National Honor Society Induction
School Bond Election-Schools Closed
Schools Closed for Snow
Second Semester Begins
School Closed for Snow
Senior Class Play
Know Your State Government Day
Student Council Election
All County Chorus
National Honor Society Induction
Senior Class Election
All County Band
All State Chorus, Band and
All County Band
Junior Class Election
Junior Class Play
Kanawha County Bandarama
Orchestra and Chorus Concert
One of the harder tasks of a Stonewall student is choosing an extra
curricular activity to suit his physical and mental needs. If you are the
athletic type, there are many competitive activities sponsored at Stone-
wall which you may join. The athletic department, headed by Coach
Barnhart, has turned out teams which have proven to be real competition
for opposing schools. Stonewall is represented during every football,
baseball, and basketball season, as well as the track meets and other
scholastic sports. A considerable amount of work goes into each feat
Stonewall undertakes. Tryouts must be set for football, baseball, track,
basketball, and many other sports, all team tryouts turn out a large
number of top athletes.
We are proud of Stonewall, and even more so when we can hold
several sports titles each year. Why stand on the sidelines and cheer
for your favorite team when you can be a part of it? Let the others
cheer for you. Choose a sports and work hard at it so you can be proud
of Stonewall, and Stonewall can be proud of you.
Edited by Bill Hackney
Members of the football team are as follows: FIRST ROW-Bill
Donohew, Bill Koontz, Mike Seminie, Luke Sergos, Ken Whitting-
ton, Mike Lambert, Ronald Womack, Gary Kinder, Charles Price,
Kelsey Hill, Pat Seminie, SECOND ROW-Richard Boggess, Gerald
Boggs, David Waugh, Larry Hunter, Gary Monk, Larry Samms,
Dan Haynes, Jim jones, jon Feazell, Larry Smith, Harry Lyles,
Nick Simms, THIRD ROW-Ronnie Jones, G. H. Trumbo, Tom
Orcutt, Oscar Perry, Bobby Wesley, Eric LeRoy, Keith Kinder,
Terry Bryant, Mike Wiblin, James Crockett, Leonard Honaker,
FOURTH ROW--Mike Cummings, Dave Trace, Danny Adams, Larry
Cotrell, Jerry Walker, Roger Hicks, Joe Brown, Wayne Humphreys,
Ricky Vanater, Eddie Kiser, Mike Chapman, FIFTH ROW-Coach
McLaughlin, Coach Jarrett, Coach jefferson, Coach Pisapia, Coach
SJ Charges Into '65 Season
, ....... 31 George Washington . . . . . . 0
........18 Ashland 20
..6 St.Albans..... ...7
........13 Herbert Hoover .. 7
8 South Charleston .. 0
........34 Huntington East.. 6
........13 EastBank..... ...0
........14 Parkersburg... ...22
........15 Dupontu.. ..7
.. 0 Charleston.. 30
The Generals opened the season by handing George
Washingtoii a crushing defeat. The final score, 31-0
was due mostly to the fine running of "Appleseed"
Price, Harry Lyles, and Nick Simms, as well as Kelsy
Hill, who completed seven out of nine passes for
one hundred and eighteen yards and two touchdowns.
The stubborn General defense gave them only ten
The Tomcats handed the Generals their first defeat
of the season with a score of 20-18. It was a see-saw
battle which took its toll on the Gens. Two of our
regulars, fullback Pat Seminie and tailback Charles
fApplesec-:dj Price were out early in the game. Sem-
inie, who scored our first towchdown, was knocked
out, and Price was out with an ankle injury. Harry
Lyles came in for Seminie and scored twice, on runs
of four yards and one yard.
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, Jimmy Jones: Quarterback Pat Semenie: Fullback
Gerald Boggs: Guard
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Kelsey Hill: Quarterback
The St. Albans Red Dragons invaded Laidley Field
in what was supposedly an easy win over the Gen-
erals. Although the Dragons won with a score of 7-6,
it was a hard-fought battle all the way. The Generals
led 6-0 until seven minutes, forty-eight seconds were
left in the game. At this point, St. Albans scored and
made the all too important extra point, thus defeating
the hard-fighting Generals.
The Generals won their second game by defeating
Herbert Hoover, 13-7. In the first quarter, no score
was made by either team, but during the second quar-
ter, Stonewall scored and racked up the only score in
the first half. In the third quarter the Huskies scored
their only touchdown by recovering a Stonewall fum-
ble. A penalty moved the ball closer home and was
brought over the line in two plays. A bad throw on a
fourth down gave Stonewall the chance for the win-
ning touchdown. The Generals took over the ball and
scored on the next play.
The Generals execute a tackle during the St, Albans game.
As the play reaches a climax. the team rises from the bench.
Bob Saunders and Kelsey Hill race to intercept a CHS ball
The rejuvenated Generals brought their record
to 3-2 with the defeat of South Charleston. The
game was scoreless until the Gens took a South
Charleston punt in the fourth quarter and marched
seventy yards for a touchdown. Helped by a twenty-
two yard pass from Kelsey Hill to Nick Sims, soph-
omore Danny Hedrick made the TD. Stonewall
later added a safety near the end of the hard-fought
game making the score 8-0.
Stonewall's biggest offensive display of the sea-
son was shown at this game. The defensive team
only let six points slip by as we beat them 34-6. Kel-
sey Hill threw two touchdown passes to Lambert in
the game. Kinder gained one hundred thirty-six
yards in eleven carries. Sophomore Harry Lyles and
junior Charles Price also carried the ball for touch-
downs for Stonewall.
Stonewall broke loose early in the first half to de-
feat the state champions, Pioneers, by a score of 13-O,
with two touchdowns called back one offsides and
the other clipping the Gen's stood their ground to
take their fourth straight win in a row.
Stonewall seemed to be unstoppable in sweeping
to a 14-0 lead over Parkersburg, but the Big Reds
took advantage of the Gen's mistakes and charged
to a 22-14 victory. The Gens fumbled away the con-
test and had their four game winning streak snapped
just when it appeared they had the elusive Reds in
their grasp at last.
Coaches Jefferson and Barnhart give instructions to the team.
The Gens battled their way to their sixth win of the season
against three losses. Stonewall swept sixty-one yards in seven
plays for its first TD. Kelsey Hill tallied from the two and
Stonewall missed the point. Shortly afterwards an interception
by Myers gave the Panthers a halftime lead of 7-6. Price's
running sparked the Gens on their ninety-four yard march
down the field. Hill carried the ball the last thirteen yards
for our winning touchdown making the final score 15-7.
Charleston High handed Stonewall the worst game of the
season by defeating the Generals 30-7. The game started as
a loser for Stonewall with Charleston making a touchdown on
the first kickoff. Stonewall had several chances for a score
but the Mt. Lion defense was too much for the Generals dur-
ing the whole game. At the half the score was 14-0 and Charles-
ton really played hard to rake those remaining sixteen points.
Thus ending the season, the Generals finished with a 6-4 rec-
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Sj's basketball team is composed of: SEATED: Butch Fleshman, James Henike, Gary Kinder, Tim Conner, Bubby Schmidt. STANDING,
Mike Parsons, Ray Pauley, Steve Nafe, Ron Maddox, John Blessing, Gary Monk, james Lee, Ken Adams, and Coach Pisapia.
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 65-66 Among the many sports activities offered at Stone-
wall, basketball is listed as one of those most demand-
ing. Fast action and timely teamwork make basketball
also one of the most exciting of all games. The play-
ers are constantly in motion making quick starts, sharp
changes of direction, and sudden stops. Throwing and
catching the ball while moving at top speed requires
the closest of teamwork.
Demanding great skill and coordination, basketball
competitors must practice diligently. Many separate
skills such as dribbling, shooting, guarding, and pass-
ing must be combined by each athlete to form a well-
rounded player. Each player is in turn coordinated with
the other members to form a strong, virtually unbeat-
able team. This all leads to a strong offense, but the
defensive players must also work together as a team
if they are to prevent their opponents from scoring. A
score can be made at any instant. This creates a need
for a strong defense and it really keeps the team on its
Previewing StoneWal1's Senior Cagers
Gary Kinder R011 Maddox John Blessing
Mike pa,-sons James Henilce Steve Nafe
Tim Conner Jim jones Ken Adams
S.J. Bounces Into Action
Sj's senior basketball players are: ROW 1-James Henike, Gary Kinder, jim Jones. ROW 2-Coach Pisapia, Mike Parsons, Steve Nafe, John
Blessing, Ron Maddox, Ken Adams, and Tim Connor.
These players are waiting to find out the fate of john Blessings shot.
Ray Pauley tries desperately to block a shot by one of
Charleston High's cagers.
Little Gens Form Big Gens
ROW 1 Joe Brown Roger Hicks Sonny Moore Harry Lyles Her- Hedrick, Steve Murray, Jimmy Midkiff, Clement Bossie, Tom Orcutt
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ROW 2 Manager Oscar Perry John Halstead Robert Westley Danny
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SJ Cuts the iamond
Kelsey Hill waits for a "hot" ground ball in the infield.
Karl Priest gets ready for batting practice.
Mike Smithers gets ready to catch a long fly
ball in the outfield.
Tim Conner warms up during pre-game batting practice.
In the spring a young mar1's fancy turns to baseball. At
this time of year many of Stonewall's young men combine'
ability, teamwork, and sportsmanship with our able staff
to produce an organization called a baseball team.
Through participation in this sport, many young athletes
have enlarged their personalities and their physical ability.
When young men come to a point where teamwork is neces-
sity, the baseball player will understand the necessity
for making a united effort rather than an independent
Stonewall, of course, has a baseball team. Those who are
qualified should make an effort to participate.
Mike Parsons receives helpful pointers from Coach Pisapia
Wrestlers Grapple With Problems
ROW 1: KNEELING: Charles Haas, Charlie Allen, Wilbur Brawley, Ed Bailey, Lloyd Day,
Eddie Holt, and Charles Price. ROW 2. STANDING: Larry Samrns, Larry Smith, Bill Donohew,
Luke Sergos, Dewey McKenney, Ronald Womack and Dan Haynes.
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Feminine Trackers Premier at S.J.
This is the first year of the girls' track team, which is made up of KNEELING-Leanna Washington, Rosie Stokes, Nina Thompson, Becky Sothen, and
Debby Loreg STANDING-Beverly Boggess, Linda Jeffrey, LaShel1a Sims, Sharon Fosco, Caroline Dobbins, Miss Steele, Barbara Bullock.
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Members of the Girls' Tennis Team are as follows: KNEELING-Diana Carney, Lucy Caudill, Linn Altman, Patty Boggess, STANDING-
Charlene Wright, Debbie Capen, janet Caudill, Vicky Erwin, and Linda Ellis.
It,s a Good Racket
Members of the Boys' Tennis Team are as follows: KNEELING-Eric Gordon, Rod Moore, William Wilkinson, STANDING-Jeff Stiles
Frank McNie'l, Don Thompson, and Steve Gilkerson.
Members of Sj's golf team are from left to right: Jim Audia, Roger Lutz, Tom Gudykunst, David Aston, J. R. Chatfield, and Arthur Wotiz.
Swing Into Spring
Arthur Wotiz looks on as Roger Lutz demonstrates correct putting As J. R. Chatfield drives, Tom Gudykunst and David Aston st:-.re in
KNEELING: Tim Eskins, Richard Stewart, James Leatherwood, Philip Jon Feazell, Ricky Dersey, Donny Lorentz Danny McKee Mike Wells
Milam, Buddy Santee, Andy Calvanese, Robert Bumpus, Randy Crank, Gary Midkiff, Lin Hamilton, Bill Hairston David Hill Ronald Burgess
Mitchell Abraham, Bill Stover, Robert Roy. STANDING: Rickey Crews, and David Gunnoe.
Steve Hissnm, Rick Young, Donny Hale, Don Breeden, Steve Knighton,
Leaders Formed at SJ
Leaders Gary Midkiff, Mitchell Abraham, Jim Worley, and Ricky Crews
contemplate the Intramural ratings.
The Boys' Leader Corps, formed by Coach Pisa
pia, is an orgamzation for boys who excel 1n gym
nastics. The gym assistants help by checking the
roll, correcting papers, and any other jobs whrch
may arise in the period During mtramural sports
events, the boys 1n the leaders corps referee and
run the games. Boys must maintain a B average
in Physical Education and a C average in their
other subjects to be eligible for the Leaders Corps
These boys are of great help to the coaches and
gain a lot of experience ln leadersh1p and sports
Hail to SJ's Number One Booster 1
Doc Beddow reminisces about his years as a Stonewall Booster.
Everybody's friend, "Doc Beddow" has served Stone-
wall Jackson faithfully for twenty-five years. Yelling for
the team, offering friendly advice, and giving ardent sup-
port are just a few of his contributions over the years.
By reviewing Doc's life we find that he attended West
Virginia Wesleyan College and West Virginia University
with the intentions of going into the field of teaching.
Later he decided to enter the field of medicine and he
has been practicing now for thirty years.
Dr. Beddow is president of Staats Hospital and direc-
tor of the Hospital Service, Inc. Beddow, who has spent
more time on the Board of Education than any other mem-
ber, has a record of seventeen outstanding years. He was
President of the Board from 1952 to 1961.
Stonewall Jackson is deeply indebted to Doctor Herbert
Beddow whose guidance and wisdom has helped build
our school and community.
Daily, within these yellow brick walls, the challenge to learn faces
all students. At Stonewall we are studying to gain the greatest of all
Knowledge is the rule by which society measures the worth of a man.
Without knowledge we can have no hope of gaining an important
place in our highly competitive world.
Many doors are opened by the key of knowledge. Stonewall class-
rooms provide this opportunity to learn. With learning comes experi-
ence, through experience comes knowledge, which is the foundation
"Far surpassing wealth unspoken" are words which truly describe
knowledge, one of the greatest treasures offered here at S. J. These
riches can never be stolen, and they increase through the years. Without
knowledge, all is lost.
Edited by Pat Nidny
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George E. Steaclman, PRINCIPAL
Meet Our Chief Executive
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Mr. Steadman helps Barbara Meadows hang decorations for Red
and Gray Day.
Bill Hackney and Evie Morgan listen intently as Mr. Steadman explains the im-
portance of correct records.
Dear Mr. Steadman,
As our Alma Mater year is ending, we, the 1966 graduat-
ing class, wish to express our deep appreciation for all the
help you have given us during our stay at Stonewall. We have
thrned to you with our varied problems and have always
found a winning smile and a helping hand. Your advice
deepened our faith in your guidance as our principal.
When we depart from these hallowed halls of learning,
we shall never forget you, Mr. Steadrnan, as our respected
leader and guiding light. We, the seniors of 1966, would like
to take this opportunity to crown you the "Greatest of all
The Senior Class of 1966
Mr. Thornasson takes a break from his daily tasks.
One of the most prominent men around
Stonewall is Mr. Robert Thomasson. He has
earned the respect and cooperation of stu-
dents and teachers alike through his con-
sistent service to our school.
Mr. Thomasson's daily duties range
from counseling boys and checking attend-
ance, to parent-teacher consultations. He is
constantly on the move trying to prepare
us for our future adult World. Helping
Stonewall have the best possible atmos-
phere for education is his main objective.
We, the students of SJ. are very proud
of our man about school, Mr. Robert Thom-
asson, vice principal and friend.
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Mr. Thomasson and Miss Atkinson discuss some of the problems
Miss Atkinson is never too busy to help a student,
as Debbie Lawman and Sarah Mills find out.
Mrs Pleska explains the use of the eye chart to one of her
This Clockwork Keeps SJ Tickmg
Do you worry about your future? Fret
no more! SJ has two qualified counsel-
ors to assist you in planning your oc-
Mrs. jean Bourne and Mr. Thomas
Blake will help you in scheduling, plan-
ning careers, and any other perplex-
ing situations that arise. If you would
like' additional reading material, you
may borrow books and pamphlets which
contain valuable information.
The next time you have a problem,
why not drop in and' let Mr. Blake or
Mrs. Bourne help you solve it?
Mrs Bourne smiles as she helps Andrea Mr Blake is always ready to give
Fasimpauer read her scores on an apti advice to 21 student no matter what
tude test the problem
Mrs. Mercer tackles this smlll typing, task in her efficient style that keeps
Stonewall running smoothly
throughout their busy day.
Mn Thomasson collects 'the morning absentee slips from office helpers
Sue Barnette, Susan Richardson, and Suzann Sloan.
Miss Atkinson efficiently checks the morning absence sheet.
Playing mother to nearly six-hundred
girls is no easy task, but Miss Atkinson
handles this job competently. Miss Atkin-
son, who has been at Stonewall since it
opened, has proven herself a great asset to
our school. Checking attendance, excusing
tardies, and scheduling classes for sopho-
mores, juniors and seniors cover only a
few of her many duties. Miss Atkinson is
also' in charge of the cheerleaders. Witlm
the assistance of her office workers, she
is able to help you with any problem which
might occur during your three years here.
Miss Atkinson is not only a true "Gen-
eral" to our school, but she is also a prom-
inent leacler in our community. We wish
to thank her for the loyal service each stu-
dent has received.
Keeping SJ bright and clean are Mr. Carte, Mr. Koontz, Mr. Barnette, Mr. Fullerton, and Mr. Harris.
Mrs. French attends to one of her jobs as bookkeeper at Stonewall.
r thought" is the main theme of SJ's cooks, who are Miss Barker, Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. McClanahan, Mrs. Legg, Mrs. Casdorph, Mrs. Butts, and Mrs.
An efficient staff is required to keep Stonewall in top
shape. We are indebted to the secretaries, cooks, custo-
dians, and the nurse for their work.
Mrs. Mercer and Mrs. French handle a variety of daily
jobs: sorting mail, typing transcripts, and keeping accounts.
The cooks keep our cafeteria filled with the aroma of
good food, without their service Stonewall certainly would
not have such a fine place to eat.
Keeping our school clean is a must. Besides this, which
is a full time job, the custodians can also be seen doing
those small tasks of which no one else is capable.
just as the personnel keep our school running effectively,
the nurse, Mrs. Pleska, keeps the students in good condition.
She gives us tests for seeing, hearing, and other noticeable
Expressing our appreciation to these hard working people
is impossible. Thank you, staff, for your many accomplish-
Life Revolves Around Words
Mr. Stuart Armstrong
Mr. Lewis V. Barnes
To some people English is just a subject for learning
rules and applying them. To students at Stonewall, however,
English opens new Worlds in vocabulary, literature, and
Eour years of English are required before a student may
graduate from high school. Your knowledge or lack of
knowledge about the English language is one of the most
important factors in your life. To successfully compete in
the adult world, you must be able to express yourself so
that others will understand you. Studying word usage and
correct grammatical procedures enable you to do this. The
exciting World of literature, which differs from year to year,
helps you have a broadened View of various authors and
People will judge you by the way you speak and write.
English courses at Stonewall strive to better your horizon
with good grammar, and challenge your mind with the best
It s a race with the clock as Gene Flannery hurries to finish her English test.
Paul Desrosiers, Nancy Norman jo
Eric Gordon, and Bonnie Bird browse
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Barbara Mullens experiments with her future ambition to be a beautl
clan while Jean Mitchell is her willing assistant
ast quantities of books and magazines.
Choosing 21 book from this wide selection is a difficult task for
Barbara Gibson and Mike Boggs.
Literature Molds ur Ideals
Reading is no problem for this English class. Carl Priest, Beverly Ray, and Suzanne Miller find literature an interesting
phase of senior English.
Mrs. Giannakis dictates a spelling lesson to her English class.
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Ralph Sayre and Sue Barnette find the aid of the dictionary
helpful in English class.
Mrs. Edwards shows Nancy Reveal the correct way to diagram sentences
Mary Boswell and Hobert Fisher learn the true value of a book as they admire this special English project.
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Mrs. Eugenia Giannakis
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The Past Teaches Us
Students leading the class, a regular part of Mr. Dean's sociology course, are Roxie l
Harper and Virginia Lanham.
Co-ordination plus is needed by Sandy Morris as she tests her
reflexes in psychology class.
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Mrs. Lucille Armstrong
Maggie Grimmett and Donna Justice work with a new experiment in psychology. The fOu11CllI1g of Out C01'1lZlI1CHt, the develop-
ment of our country, and the problems of gov-
ernment and our reactions to these problems are
all topics We study throughout the history de-
partment at Stonewall. Taught by capable in-
structors, courses such as American history,
world history, sociology, P.O.D., and psychol-
ogy are offered to all SJ. students.
In world history we learn many interesting
facts about the world around usg American his-
tory teaches us knowledge of many early as
well as recent events.. Problems of democratic
nature are studied and analyzed in P.O.D.g so-
ciology deals with current happenings in the
world today, and psychology helps us face the
confused world of tomorrow.
All these subjects make up fine study material
for the inquisitive General.
Miss Sherry Deitrich
Mr. Willimn Gilbert
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History Marches On
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onstrate to the class
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John Hill, Dan Haynes, jim Mathes, and Frank McNeil mix acids
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The science department at Stonewall contains our exploratory
classes. In the biology course sophomores learn the magic of life in
a single cell. While studying animal and plant life, they learn the
secrets of nature and facts of our physical world. Chemistry
probes the physical composition of substances. Learning about
the elements which combine to form our world, challenges many
students. Two other science courses are offered here at S.j.g
in physics and general science such things as atomic composition,
electricity, and light are studied.
At Stonewall we can learn how nature creates our universe and
how life grows. We learn that some seemingly insignificant things
are actually important to our environment. How does a cell multi-
ply? How fast does light travel? What elements make up our world?
These and many other scientific questions may be answered right
here in the classes of our science department.
Lab helpers Bill Booth and David Chevalier like to experiment on their own with
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This senior science class is full of surprises, including this transversal wave
demonstration experiment conducted by Bill Hairston and Karl Priest.
U.-Rl Mike McClure, and Rick Medley, Paula Rooney and Diana
Levins believe that two heads are better than one.
Mr, Fulton Conducts 3 wave reflection demonstration in Q Ripple Tim Brown demonstrates static electricity on the Wimhurst generator.
The study of man is an important phase of biology, as sophomores Glenna Lucas,
Sharon Fosco, and Jack O'De1l are discovering.
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Miss Gladwell instructs Diana Frame on the correct way to prove
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Steve Boggess explains the Pythagorean theorem to his geometry class.
Mrs. Ava F. Crum
jimmy Midkiff and Dee Rhodes study and examine various geometric
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Hal Nease and Lesley Zinn find proving theorems very amusing.
One of the most vital subjects in the world today is
mathematics. Math is needed in practically every field of
Here at Stonewall jackson many different branches
of math are offered. Students interested in the math
program are offered general mathematics, plane or sol-
id geometry, Algebra I and II, trigonometry and college
algebra. These courses, taught by qualified instructors,
help develop your reasoning power and provide a good
basis for math in college.
Mathematics is a subject that will benefit you now, in
college, and in later life, even if you are not planning
to major in it.
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john Hill and Connie Borders choose books for extra algebra reading.
Eddie Kiser is so engrossed in solving his problem that he doesn't
even hear the bell.
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is used in making a new world calendar.
Lucy Caudill, Donna Tickle, Ina Rae Hark, and Gary
Wilkinson are fascinated with the intriguing world of
David Chevalier, Bill Booth, and Ginger Schoonover discover that trigonometry isn't all
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problem is Lawrence Roberts.
Carl Sheler intently concentrates on proving a theorem in Modem Geometry.
Richard Silman discusses Latin translation with Teri Barrett and Anne Simpson.
The mood is set by David Nunley for his fellow French classmates.
Did you know that Stonewall jackson
High School offers its students the oppor-
tunity to take an inexpensive tour to Spain,
France, Rome, and other foreign lands?
You didn't? just step on plane numbers
203, 133, or 134. Yes, these numbers can
take you places you never thought possible.
Number 133 escorts you through France.
Your guide, Mrs. Pontoja, acquaints you
with the history of the country as well as
the French language. You may even stay
in France three years to learn more about
the language. In number 203, your guide,
Mrs. Bush, is ready to take you over all the
roads leading to Rome. Your visit in Rome
is limited to four years. Last but certainly
not least, Mrs. George and Mrs. Castillos
are eager to lead you on a tour through
Spain. Displays of pottery, letters, and maps,
create an air of festivity.
Now that one of your tours is over,
wouldn't you like to sign up for one of
the others? Yes, you have not only enjoyed
yourself, but you have mastered a foreign
language also. You, the students of Stone-
wall jackson, have broken the language
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Bobby Watson and Leslie Zinn discuss
a magazine article with their French
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In order to learn more about their chosen language, third year
French students Vicky Erwin, Ginger Schoonover, and Andrea
Fasimpaur collect articles concerning this foreign country.
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of Spanish pictures displayed in their Spanish room.
Third and fourth year Spanish students listen attentively to their
lesson on the tape.
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Linda Crews demonstrates to a Spanish II class how
she teaches her elementary students to tell time in
Preparing for the next French Club meeting by practicing a French song are Woody
Berry, Katy Posten, Charlie Coleman, and Carolyn Woodrmn.
M.rs. Bush's Latin IV class translates from their textbook, The Aeneid.
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Good salesmen are always needed in
every part of our life. Stonewall students
have an opportunity to develop this skill in
Sj's Distributive Education class which
meets in the annual office every day.
Each students who enrolls in D.E. must
be sixteen years old and take a part-time job.
By having a job, the student begins to try
out the new skills he has discussed in class.
He gains experience steadily and becomes
accustomed to the rugged outside world of
Business Insures Future Jobs
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Donna Foster demonstrates her skill in writing shorthand.
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board, the rest of this 'clerical procedure class continues their
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lessong they transcribe it.
This general business class studies how to write checks in their texts.
Industry Parades On
Eddie McCown, Otis Shinn, Raymond Dowcly, and Ralph Jarrett each have their own electrical units to repair.
Roger Williams sharpens his tools in the machine shop.
The sheet metal students put the finishing touches on one of their more
Meet S.J.'s Future Carpenters
Bill Carney instructs onlookers about cutting wood. Mr' Aaron Pancake
The striking of hammers can be heard every day in Room 131. These sounds are from the boys who are fortunate
in being able to create wooden objects with their hands.
Under the supervision of Mr. A. J. Pancake, the boys first receive instruction on how to process and finish wood.
After learning these fundamentals they choose their own projects: gun racks, end tables, nut bowls, bookshelves, and
various other items.
This major class helps boys to achieve skills for their future vocations.
Bill Johnson demonstrates hole drilling in Woodworking class. Pictured above is lVLr. Pancake's woodworking class.
T Under the careful supervision of Miss Maude Munsey, girls at Stonewall
learn to become competent seamstresses. Any girl who desires may take this
" "Zf""? iifti course in homemaking.
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- "5 - to care for their home. They are taught to budget time and money and care
' for children. Girls who take this course in homemaking learn how to accept
Q., , responsibility and how to get along with others. Miss Munsey not only wants
'af 'I 4' to teach these girls the fundamentals of sewing, but also the steps in becoming
U 1 young ladies.
i r 'r.:lll ' y' This course is one of the many electives which Stonewall offers. It is a class
W A if which is useful to all girls as it teaches them how to become better future home-
. .V makers.
Miss Maude Munsey
Miss Munsey watches approvingly as Myra Young and Donna Cain decorate their Christmas tree.
Debbie Lytle and Jeanette Shrewsbury receive helpful pointers from Miss Munsey. Edigh Allen SEWS busily on her skirt.
Good Food ls Their Specialty
To cook well, the homemaker must have training. Here at SJ. we are fortunate to 1
have a well-rounded curriculum in the field of cooking. Under the leadership of Miss , 'fi
Doris Cheesman, the students learn a variety of facts before actually testing their l T
skills. They must know something about the chemistry of foods, what happens to ' .N -N P
them when they are cooked, and how to control the cooking. A student must be ex- H'-' '
act and deft in handling batters and doughsg knowing the importance of measuring . ' f . i Q. f
ingredients accurately is imperative also. 1 - sc? t
Today modern science has offered us many time-saving devices which make cook- 1, ' y
ing safer, easier, and more enjoyableg thus the cook enjoys the task of making a meal fi, ,S 7 y
attractive, wholesome, and delightful. Thehome cook who masters the art of making ' kfllf A if T'
the work more interesting and satisfying safeguards and pleases his family. p " p
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Luther Pack, Glenn Davis, Donna Tillis, and Bill Menger check on
Miss Doris Cheesman
Silas Martin, Sara Given, and Gary Windom bake a cake under Miss Chees-
man's careful instruction.
Miss Cheesman's home economics class prepare their equipment for another lesson.
Music Enlivens Spirits
Mr. Albert H. Frey
Music appreciation students enjoy listening to different selections of various composers.
ul Strike up the high-stepping Scarlet and Grey band. It's the best band in the land,
and this year is no exception.
Under the direction of Mr. Albert Frey, the band plays for many school activities,
. charitable programs, and local functions. The Kanawha Majorette Festival highlights
the school year with the sight of the proud Scarlet and Grey band performing at Laidly
at 't' Here at Stonewall we also have harmony, theory, and music appreciation classes for
our musically minded students. These classes not only enable you to learn the dif-
ferent types of music, the work of great composers, and the structure of chords, but they
, also ive ou an o ortuni to com ose some of our own music.
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James Crockett skillfully uses his compass on his mechanical
Barbara Wilson works on her weaving drawing in mechanical drawing class.
Attention, future architects and engineers! Mechanical drawing is
a course which will aid you in your career. Mechanical drawing, taught
by Mr. Asseff, offers students the opportunity to learn geometric con-
struction and perspective. Nine different lines are taught, and the stu-
dents must learn to distinguish the use of each line.
After one year of mechanical drawing, one may choose to take archi-
tectural drawing which teaches blueprinting. Students find both of
these courses most helpful in teaching them not only drawing skills, but
also how to make their work neater and more attractive.
Mr. Asseff helps Lloyd Houchins measure lines on a scale in mechanical drawing class.
Books Enrich Our Knowledge
Mrs. Barbara Hoge
Miss Susanna Rose
All aboard for the library! You are now entering the well-known
library of Stonewall jackson High School. Before you arelshelves
and shelves of books. Over there is Miss Rose and Mrs. Hoge to
help you select the books you might need:
You'll find selections from history, science, romance, classics,
and biographies. If research is a problem, let the many, many
reference books help you solve it.
Yes, here in the library you'1l find a book for every purpose, and
f a purpose for every book. So, join the continuous train of people
i, L, who use the library and you'll become better educated.
The Library is swamped by students rushing to check out the
newly. arrived books.
These students enjoy reading some of the new books that arrived during Book Week. Mrs. Hoge helps Helen Grass find a book title in the card
This year a new course is being offered tothe students at Stonewall. Driver-
Education is a subject that consists of classroom work as well as actual ex-
perience on the road. Instructed by Mr. Pisapia, students learn how the car
operates and then how to operate the car.
Driver-Education has been previously taught at other schools, but this is the
first year for it at SJ. Having this class, offers students the opportunity to
learn to drive. Such a course gives our country the insurance of safer drivers
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1-2-3-4! 1-2-3-4! This is the sound of Stonewall students doing
exercises in physical education classes. Exercising is an important
part in everyday living, and at Stonewall each student receives the
necessary amount. In each class there is a session of exercising and
then a period of sports, tumbling, or oral discussion.
Miss Steele, with the help of her leaders' corps, teaches girls how
to keep their minds and bodies in good working order. The boys'
classes, under the direction of Mr. Shaffron, learn the funda-
mentals of playing handball, basketball, football, pingapong, and
other sports. These classes are always on the move helping students
to become physically fit, mentally awake, and morally straight.
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Friendship is an important foundation for life. Friendship within
the world is the foundation for world peace, just as friendship within
our school is the foundation for school spirit. At Stonewall everyone
has the opportunity to build a wall of friendship, as well as to add
new bricks to this wall each day.
To build a strong wall of friendship, each individual must choose
friends who are faithful and true. These are the friends who help to
build your world by encouraging, guiding, and giving you the under-
standing of trust and love.
Stonewall Jackson has an ideal atmosphere for making friendsg our
Alma Mater seems to recognize friendship as a tie that seals all else
together. It is the bond of the heart and mind, the warmth that is
radiated in a smile, and the sincerity that come of trust. We need
friends to be with and consult in time of need. One thing is positive:
everyone needs friends.
Edited by Barbara Wood
Senior class officers are from left to right: Rod Moore, presidentg Mason Green, vice presidentg Vicky Richards, secretaryg Steve
Nafc, Mike Parsons, and Gary King, representatives.
SENIO RS .
"Our strong bonds shall ne'er be broken formed in
Stonewall jackson I-Iighf, As the school year of 1966
draws to a close, the mightiest of the Generals will bid
Three years of memories flash through our heads as We
take the last long look around. We will never forget our
first day in this new, exciting world, the many kind and
helpful teachers, our loyal friendships, and spirited activi-
ties. We have known the joys of supporting our teams
through the toughest of games. Receiving our class rings,
dancing at the prom, sharing in Class Day activities, and
most of all, the excitement of graduation are among the
thrills of our Senior year. Yet, as we look back, we know
that We have proven ourselves great Generals.
These years have swept by almost a little too swiftly.
We, the old year, are now going out to make way for the
new year. Stonewall's 1966 graduating class is on its way
to become America's leaders. Wherever we may be or what-
ever we choose as our vocation, we will never forget our
life at Stonewall jackson High.
GREGORY ABBOTT, Voeaziomzlg Career
Club MITCHELL ABRAHAM, College
Pre11arnl0ryg College Club-President, Jack-
son journal-Sports Editor, Bowling Club,
Boys' State, Intramural Sports, Gym Leader,
National Honor Society . . .
KENNETH ADAMS, College Prepumtoryg
French Club, FTA, Bible Club, Basketball
LYNN ALBRIGHT, College Prepara-
tory, Jackson -Iollities, All-County Chorus,
Glee Club, junior Red Cross.
Barbara Wilson, Sandy Hills, Patty Hennen, janet
Caudill, and Judy Hamrick take a break from
their long hours of practicing cheers.
KAREN ALDRIDGE College Prepamloiy Bowling Club, Y-Teens LINN ALTMAN, 'College Prej1a1'u1ory,' Student Council, Tennis
BEVERLY ALLEN College P1epamiory French Club, F.T.A., Team. Iuckxon journal, Leaders' Corps, French Club, Y-Teens, Pep
YTeens Bowling Club Pep Club ROLANDA ALLEN, Bari- Club LARRY AMOS, Vomliomzl DIANNA ANDREWS,
:1e.r.r YTeens Career Club jackson jollrtres College Preporalory,' Student Council, Girls' State, Science Club,
Career Club, Band.
DIANA ARTHUR, Bu5iue.r.v,' . . . DAVID ASTON, College Preponzlory
Golf Team, Basketball, Bowling Club, Intramural Sports DANNY
ATKINSON, Vocaliorml-B1uiz1e.v5,' DECA.
JIM AUDIA, College Prepa1'ulory,' Jackson Jollities, Golf Team, Gym-
nastic Team . . . JANETTE BAILEY, College Prepamloryg Office Assistant,
F.T.A., Home Room President, Bowling Club, junior Red Cross, Pep
Club, Y-Teens, National Honor Society . .. HERMAN BAISDEN, Col-
The hanging of the lion built up enthusiasm for the annual SJ-Charles
CHARLES BEALL, College Preparatory, junior Red Cross
LYNNE BEDWELL, College Pf-epm-fom-y,- Thespians-President, Y-
Teens, Jackson journal, jackson jollities, National Honor Society .. .
DORIS BELCHER, College Preparatory,' F.T.A., Office Assistant, Y
Teens, Spanish Club, Pep Club
PATRICIA BALDWIN, Bu.rinerr,' Intramural Sports SANDY BALD-
WIN, College Pfepomloryf Office Assistant, Bowling Club, Pep Club . . .
DONNA BATEMAN, College P1'5'1It1?'dl07'y,' French Club, Bowling Club,
Girls' State, Pep Club
JERRY BELCHER, College Preparatory, Spanish Club . .. CHARLES
BENNETT, College Preparoloryf Bowling Club, Pep Club . . .
MARY BETH BENNETT, Generulg Career Club, Pep Club
BONNIE BIRD, College P1'6'I7dI'tll07'j',' jackson Journal, Thespians, Y-
Teens, Bible Club, National Honor Society . .. BENDA BLEDSOE,
College Prepamloryg Career Club, Y-Teens, Pep Club, English Office
Assistant JOHN BLESSING, College Prepomloryg Basketball, Track,
CHERYL BOARD, Burirzefsg DECA, Y-Teens, Career Club, Clinic
Helper BEVERLY BOGGESS, Genemlg Bowling Club, Y-Teens,
Glee Club, Pep Club, Girls' Track Team KAY BOGGESS, College
Prepomlofy,' Y-Teens, E.T.A., F.B.L.A., Band, Orchestra.
RICHARD BOGGESS, College Prepomiofyf Football, Track, Varsity
Club, Pep Club MIKE BOGGS, Vocaliomzlg Junior Red Cross, jack-
son Jollities, Pep Club, Vocational Club PETE BOGGS, Genemlg
Career Club, jackson Jollities, Stonewall jackson Club, Library Club,
KEN BONDURANT, College Preparatory, Band, All-County Band, Stage
Band, Spanish Club DAVID BONHAM, College Preparazoryy jarle-
.rorg journal, Spanish Club, Spanish Chorus PAUL BOON, College
Preparatoryg Band, Stage Band, jackson Jollies, Science Club.
BILL BOOTH, College Preparalory, National Honor Society, Spanish
Club, Iackrorz journal, Basketball and Track, manager, Jackson,
jollities MITCHELL BOURNE, College Preparazoryf Intra-
murals, Home Room Sec., Basketball NANCY BOWLING,
Generalg F.B.L.A., Y-Teens, junior Red Cross, Bowling Club, Glee
DAVID BRENNEMAN, Vofaliozzalf Career Club, Glee Club, All-County
Chorus, Projectionists, Football LANELL BROWNE, College Pre-
pafaloryy . . . STEPHEN BROWN, College Preparatory' Career Club, Bowl-
TIMOTHY BROWN, College P1'eparafary,' F.T,A. junior Red Cross, Pep
Club, Cross Country, Police Cadet Corps RONNIE BROYLES, Gen-
eral, Track LESLIE BURDETTE, Voealioualy Student Council, Ca-
ROBERT BUCKALEW, Vocalionalj Gym Leader NANCY BURKE,
Business, F.B.L.A., Y-Teens, Career Club, Pep Club, Business Office
Helper, Intramurals LIBBY BUTTS, College Preparaloryg Band,
French Club, F.B.I..A., F.T.A., Junior Red Cross, Y-Teens, Pep Club.
DEBORAH CAPEN, College Preparatory, jarkron journal, Tennis
Team, Debate Team, Science Club, jackson Jollities, Y-Teens, Office
Helper, National Honor Society .. . FRANCES CARMAN, College
Preparaloryg Pep Club MILTON CARNES, College Preparatory,
French Club, Frojectionists
JANICE CARPENTER, Bu.riner.r,'
FBLA, junior Red Cross, Career
Club, Orchestra, All-State Orches-
tra, Bible Club JOHN CAR-
PER, College Preparatory.
REBECCA CARR, Bz1Jir1e,r:,' Y-
Teens, FBLA KENNETH
CARTE, College Preparaloryy Ca-
reer Club, Cross Country, Golf
Team, Football, Basketball, Base-
ALICE CADICK, College Preparatory, Y-Teens, flnter-Club Council Rep-
resentativej, Girls' Leaders' Corps, jacerofz journal, Bible Club Secretary,
Intramurals Chairman, Jackson Jollities Helper, Pep Club, National Hon-
or Society DONNA CAIN, College' Preparazoryf French Club,
Career Club DAVID CALDWELL, College Preparatory, Junior Red
Cross, Glee Club, All-County Chorus, Senior Class Play
JOE CALDWELL, College Preparaloryf Spanish Club, Bowling Club
SUZANNE CALHOUN, College Preparaloryf Y-Teens, Thespians, FTA,
Band, Leaders' Corps, Career Club, Pep Club, Office Assistant
JONNIE CAMPBELL, Burirzer.r,' Y-Teens, Career Club
CAROL CARNEY, Bu:irze.f.r,' FBLA, Career Club, Pep Club, Office
Assistant, .Intramurals . . . DIANA CARNEY, College Preparatory,
French Club, Tennis Team, Glee Club WILLIAM CARNEY,
Miss Cheesman, Student Council sponsor, supervised the
collection of food at Christmas.
LINDA CARTER, Gefzemlf Y-Teens, FBLA, Junior Red Cross
LOWELL CASDORPH, Gez1eml,' Vice-President of DECA, Spanish Club,
Career Club, Pep Club KAY CASTLE, Burizzerry Band, FBLA. gf-,
DANNY CASTO, Vomliozzal JANET CAUDILL, College Prepmzz-
Zoryf fuckron Jourmzl-editor, National Honor Society, Cheerleader,
Student Council, Quill and Scroll, Tennis Team, Jackson Jollities, Pep
Club . . . BILL CAULFIELD, Gezzeml.
JERRY CAVENDER, College Preporaloryg Football, Basketball, Track JOYCE CHAFIN, Bzz.rirze.rr,' Career Club, FBLA NVELDON
MARTY CAVENDER, Businefrj Business Office Assistant, WAYNE CHANDLER, Vomziomzl ARTHUR CHAPMAN
FBLA, Intramurals . . . LINDA LOU CECIL, College Prepm'a!ory,' College Pre11amlo1y,' Career Club, Pep Club, Cadet Corps.
Library Club, Junior Red Cross, Pep Club.
C.D. Perfater gives Debbie Capen a dunking as Karen
Thomas seems amused with the affair.
JANET CHAPMAN, College Pre
pm'azo1'y,' French Club, Y-Teens
FTA, Bowling Club, Spanish Club
Career Club J. R. CHAT
FIELD, College Prepm'alory,' Bas
ketball, Golf Team, Tennis Team
Varsity Club, jrzckrozziarz, Jacksoi
Jollities, Career Club.
DAVID CHEVALIER, College
Prepfzmloryg Chemistry Lab As-
sistant VIVILORA CHOICE,
College Prepamlory,' National Hon-
or Society, National Merit Scholar-
shi Semi-Finalist President of Li
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brary Club, jarkron journal, Lead-
ers' Corps, Y-Teens, FTA, Bowl-
ing Club, Intramurals.
SEN I ORS
LINDA CLEAVER, College Prepomlory, YTeens, Library
Club, National Honor Society . . . DAVID K. COBB, Voro-
ROBERT COSBY, College P1'ep4mZorjy,' Bowling Club
FTA, FBLA, Debate Team, Career Club, Projection-
ists, Football, Basketball, Track RITA COTT-
RELL, College Prejmrfzloryg French Club, Y-Teens,
Girls' Leaders' Corps, jr. Class Play, Pep Club,
SHIRLEY COFFIMAN, Geflerulj Clinic Helper . . . CHAR-
LIE COLEMAN, College Preporolory,' Homeroom President,
Vice President French Club
LINDA COWAN, BuJine:r,' Business Office helper,
FBLA, Y-Teens, Band GERALDINE COX,
College Preparatory, Y-Teens, Pep Club, Career Club
JAMES COLEMAN, College Prepar:1!ory,' French Club,
Career Club . .. NANCY COLLIER, College Prepamloryy
Career Club, Y-Teens, Pep Club
RICKY CREWS, College Preporoloryg Spanish Stu-
dent Teacher, Baseball, President of Bowling Club,
Vice President of Band, Spanish Club . . . BEVERLY
CROWDER, College Preparotoryf Y-Teens, Stage
Band, Career Club
CECILIA COMER, College Prepamtoryg French Club, Bowl-
ing Club, Science Club, FTA, Pep Club, Junior Red Cross,
Intramural Sports . . . TIM CONNER, College Preparatory,-
Bowling Club, French Club, Cross Country, Pep Club,
CHARLES CONRAD, College Preparatory PAULA
COOK, College Preparaloryf Co-editor Iockrorz journal,
National Honor Society, Quill 8: Scroll, Thespians, jackson
Jollities, Senior Class Play, Junior Class Play, Thespian
Play, Science Club
JOYCE COOLEY, College Preparaloryg FBLA, French
Club, Career Club . . . BEVERLY COPLEY, College Prepar-
aloryg Majorettes, Band, Spanish Club, Jackson jollities,
Career Club, Pep Club
DAVID CURRY, College Prepm'olofy,' Projectionists,
.N aforyg Career Club, Football, Varsity Club
DEBBIE DAVIS, 'College P1'epa1'alory,' French Club,
4,-F QA Y-Teens, Bowling Club JANET DAVIS, BIl.lf7l6.I.l'
BRUCE DECKER, College Prepnmlory,' Student
Council CAROL DENT, College Prepar-
aloryf F.B.L.A., Pep Club.
BEVERLY DAWSON, College P1'ep:z1'alo1'yg National
Q Honor Society, jarkronifm, Spanish Student Teacher
Corps, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Pep Club JACK DAW-
.lefr SON, Geneml-Vomliorzzzl
PAUL DESROSIERS, College Preparala1'y,' Sci-
ence Club LINDA DILWORTH, College
Prepm':1lory,' French Club, Science Club, FTA,
Bowling Club, Y-Teens, Junior Red Cross
BILL DONOHEW, College Prepm'11Iory,' Football, Track,
Wrestling, Varsity Club, Student Council, Stonewall Jack-
son Club JOY DOTSON, College Prepamtoryg Sci-
ence Club, Y-Teens, Junior Red Cross, Career Club, Junior
Play, Office Assistant, Spanish Club
JOHN DRAKE, College Prepar-
aloryf Football, Varsity Club, In-
tramural Sports PATSY DU-
DASH, BllJ'i7l6JJ',' F.B.L,A., Pep
CAROL DUNBAR, BuJi11e.f.r
JACKIE DUNBAR, General
Stonewall's band cheers the Generals on to victory.
Leaders' Corps DANNY DAVIS, College Prepar-
MARY DAY, College Prejmmtory CHAR-
, LOTTE DE DAVIESS, College Prepamzory
I French Club, Y-Teens, Glee Club, Pep Club,
l Bowling Club
DIANA ECHOLS, College Prepamtofyf National Honor Society, Iarkxonian,
Spanish Club, Pep Club, Quill and Scroll LINDA ELLIS, College
Prepamioryg Leaders' Corps, Tennis Team . . . EVELYN ELLISON, Buri-
f1e.vJ,' Business Office Assistant, F.B.L.A. Intramurals.
PAT ENGLE, Burinerry F.B.L.A. Office Assistant ALICE
EPLING, Bu5iz1e.rJ,' DECA VICKY ERWIN, College Prepar-
rzloryf French Club,-President, Y-Teens, junior Red Cross, Tennis
Team, D.A.R,, Office Assistant.
RITA FERRELL, Bufinerxy Career Club JAMES FIELDSQ College
Pfejmmloryf Bowling Club KATHY FIELDS, College Preparaloryg
Y-Teens, Science Club, Career Club, Pep Club, F.T.A., Office Assistant.
PEGGY FISHER, BIlJ'l21EJ'.f,' Y-Teens, F.B.L.A., Career Club, Pep Club,
. .. RICKEY FISHER, General, Glee Club, Chorus, Vocational Club . . .
SHARON FLINT, College Prepr1mtory,' Madrigals, Science Club, Y-Teens,
TIMOTHY FORE, Vomliomzlg Science Club, junior Red Cross, Pep
Club, Jackson jollities, Projectinnists ANNA FOSCO, BuJir1e.rJ,' Y-
Teens, Junior Red Cross, Career Club, Glee Club LARRY FOSTER,
Vomfionalf Glee Club, All-County Chorus.
George Hampton, Danny McKee, Marcia Vigneault, Ruth Goeller,
Debbie Lawman, Mamie Young, and Bill Donegan seem well
pleased with their play practice.
TOM EVANS, Ari Major, Chess Club Junior Red Cross, Pep Club
ANDREA FASIMPAUR, College Preparaloryj Debate Team,
Library Club, French Club, F.T.A., National Honor Society . . . JEFF
FERRELL, College Prep:zmlory,' Spanish Club, Career Club, Stage
3' . ,
Beverly Crowder, Tom Gudykunst, and Sue Jorden are always handy
when Mrs. Barth needs help with the College Club activities.
MIKE GEARY, College Prepamtoryy Jackson Jollities . . . BARBARA
GIBSON, Burizzerrg Y-Teens, FBLA STEVE GILKESON, Col-
lege Prepamlory, Bowling Club, jnrksonimz, Debate Club, Career Club,
Pep Club, Tennis Club, Bible Club.
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BRENDA FREEMAN, Bu.ri1ze:.r,' Bowling Club, Y-Teens, FBLA, Pep
Club ED FULKS, College Preparaloryg Baseball, Projectionists, Pep
Club . . . VERA GALLOWAY, Genemlg Bowling Club, Pep Club.
CONSTANCE GILLISPIE, General STEPHEN GILLESPIE,
College Pre,l1f1mlofy,' Projectionists . . . RONALD R. GIVENS, Voro-
lioualg Student Council, Career Club, Vocational Club
TOM GIVENS, College Preparatory JOHN GOODWIN, College
Prepfzmloryg Chess Club, Jackson jollities, Stage Band, Orchestra
ERIC GORDON, College Prepomtoryf Tennis Team, jameson Journal,
Spanish Club, Career Club, Intramural Sports.
DANNY GRAHAM, College Prepnmtoryj Boys' State, Science Club,
fackrozl journal, jackson jollities, National Honor Society JOHN
GRAHAM, College Prepara1ory,' Science Club, Thespians, jackson jollities,
junior Class Play THOMAS GRAHAM, College Preparalofy,' Career
Club, Senior Class Play, Pep Club.
HELEN GRASS, BuJi11e.fr,' Library MARY ALICE GRAVELY,
Bu.rine.r.r,' Y-Teens, DECA, Secretary . . . MASON GREEN, College Prepar-
aloryg Senior Class Vice President, Student Council, WKAZ High School
Reporter, Thespians, Thespian Play, Junior Class Play, Delegate to
NASC, and SASC.
SEN I ORS
ANNE GREENLEAF, Burinerr-
Cleriealf F.B.L.A., Bowling Club,
junior Red Cross, Glee Club, Pep
Club, Y-Teens, Intramurals, Sci-
ence Club, Office Assistant
PATRICIA GREENLEAF, Buri-
nerr, FBLA, Y-TEENS, Bowling
Club, Office Assistant, Pep Club,
Intramurals, junior Red Cross.
JEAN GREENLEE, General . . .
NANCY GREENLEE, College
P1'eparalory,' French Club Career
Club, Office Assistant.
Donna Tickle and Barbara Humphreys display trophies they
won in the Majorette Festival.
MARGARET ANN GRIMMETT, College Preparalofyf jackson jour-
nal, Office Assistant, SJ. reporter for "Paging All Teens" Column,
Glee Club, Y-Teens, French Club RUTH GOELLER, College
P1'epara1o1'y,' National Merit Semi-Finalist, National Honor Society,
jackson journal, Thespians, Junior Class Play, French Club, Y-Teens
TOM GUDYKUNST, College Preparalory, Baseball, Golf.
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CHARLES GUMM, College Preparatory, Gym Leaders' Corps
DANA GUTHRIE, Voralional KATY HAGER, College Prepar-
atory, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Co-editor, jackron
journal, Girls' Leaders' Corps, Spanish Club, Y'Teens, Glee Club,
Pep Club, NFS Summer Institute.
LINDA HAGY, College P1'eparazo1'y,' French Club, Leaders' Corps, Pep
Club . .. MIKE HAIRSTON, College PreparaIory,' Finalist in National
Achievement Scholarship, jaekron journal, Jackson jollities, French Club,
FTA, Orchestra, Intramurals, Stage Band, National Honor Society
WILLIAM HAIRSTON, College Preparaloryf FTA, Pres. of school chap-
ter, Znd Vice Pres. of County FTA, Debate Team, Leaders' Corps, Science
Club, Bowling Club, Spanish Clb, Projectionists
JAN HALL, Busirzerrg FBLA, Library Club, Office Helper, Career Club,
junior Class Play KATHERINE HALL, College Preparaloryg jackson
journal, Honor Society, Spanish Student Teachers Teachers' Corps, FTA,
Spanish Club, Y-Teens, Bowling Club, Band STEVE HAMILTON,
Vocalionalg Cross Country, Men's Choir, Chess Club, Debate Team, Bowling
Jrrl 4 41' ll 1
LINDA HELMICK, Burinexr JAMES HENIKE, Col-
lege Prejmmlory French Club, FTA, Career Club, Football,
Basketball, Track, Varsity Club.
ALTA HOLT, Burizzerrg FBLA, Thespizms, Career
Club, junior Class Play, Office Helper . . . LENORA
HONAKER, Bu.riz1e5J,' Y-Teens, Career Club.
PATTY HENNEN, College P1'epmzzlo1'y,' National Honor
Society, Cheerleader, Quill and Scroll, jarkron jour71ol-
Co-editor, jollities, Madrigals, Glee Club Accompanist,
FTA, Y-Teens, Pep Club WILLIAM HENSON, Col-
lege Prepamloryg Career Club, Physics Lab Assistant.
LLOYD HOUCHINS, College Prepomloryg Baseball
XVAYNE HOUSER, College Preparatory' Thes-
ALMA LYNN HICKS, Bzzrinerr JEANNE HILL,
Buriue1.r,' FBLA, Career Club, Pep Club, Office Helper,
MARSHA HUDNALL, College Prepumtoryy jackron
journal, Band, Orchestra, National Honor Society
JIM HUFFMAN, College Preparozoryf Science
Club, Chess Club, Leaders' Corps.
KELSEY HILL, College P1'e,bafaIory,' Spanish Club, Career
Club, Pep Club, Football SANDY HILLS, College
P1'e1mra1ory,' Cheerleader, National Honor Society, jackrorz
journal, French Club, Y-Teens, Jackson Jollities, Pep Club.
SHELL I-IINKLEY, College Preparatory Career Club, In-
tramural Football . . . RODNEY HOLLEY, College Prepar-
JACQUELINE HOLMES, College Prepamtofyf Spanish
Club, Spanish Chorus, Intramural Sports GEORGIA
HOLMES, College Prepamloryy National Honor Society,
Quill and Scroll, Thespians, Camp Miniwanca, jackson
journal, Debate Club, Girls' Leaders Corps, Y-Teens, Sci-
ence Club, Junior Class Play, DAR Camp.
Our hard working drum major, jeff Stiles, prac-
tices vigorously on a new routine.
Patty Hennen and Carolyn Woodrum discuss the music for
GEORGE HAMPTON, College
Prepamloryf Junior Red Cross,
Career Club, Pep Club, Senior Class
Play JUDITH KAY HAM-
RICK, College Preparaloryg jark-
son journal-Editor, National Hon-
or Society, Cheerleader, Student
Council, Quill and Scroll, Jackson
Jollities, Pep Club
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DONNA HANNA, College Pfe-
paraloryg Junior Red Cross, Pro-
jectionists, DECA KENNETH
HANSON, College Pfepamloryg
Junior Red Cross, Projectionists,
MARTHA HAPNEY, Gerzefalg Career Club, Junior Red Cross
ROBERT HARDMAN, College Preparatory JUDY HARMON,
EDDIE HARRIS, General SHERI HARRISON, BuJineJ,v,' F.B.I..A.,
Pep Club, Intramural Sports . .. LARRY HARTMAN, College Prepar-
aloryf Thespians, Jackson Jollities, Senior Class Play, All-County Chorus,
FTA, Chorus, Theory.
ALLEN HARPER, College Preparaloryf F.B.L.A., Bowling Club,
Career Club, Junior Red Cross ROXIE HARPER, Generali Intra-
mural Sports . . . SANDRA HARPER, Generaly Career Club, Y-Teens,
Bowling Club, Pep Club
JOYCE HARVEY, College Preparato1'y,' FTA, Y-Teens, Jackson Jollities, 7-
Pep Club, Intramurals DIANNA HAYNES, General RICHARD
HAYNES, College Preparalo1'y,' Thespians, Science Fair, Plays
LYNN HUGHART, College Preparrzlo1'y,' Spanish Club,
Y-Teens, Student, Leaders' Corps, Glee Club JANICE
HUGHES, College Prepm'ulory,' Science Club, FTA, Thes-
pians, Glee Club, Y-Teens, Career Club, Pep Club.
RALPH JARRETT, Voca1iom1l,' Vocational Club,
Junior Red Cross, Career Club, Wrestling . . . DAVE
JEFFERS, College Prepm'f1lory,' Chess Club, Bowling
Club, FBLA, Career Club, Pep Club.
ROGER HUGHES, College Pfepamfo1'y,' Career Club, Cross
Country, Pep Club, Stonewall Jackson Club, Wrestling
GARY HUMPHREY, Vorfzlianalf Career Club, Leaders'
Corps, Cross Country, Vocational Club.
LINDA JEFFREY, College Preprz1'alory,' FTA, Cho-
rus-All County, Leaders' Corps, Madrigals, Glee
Club, Pep Club, Bible Club, Girls' Track Team
SANDRA JEFFREY, General.
BARBARA HUMPHREY, College Prepumloryy Majorette,
-Band, Orchestra, French Club, Jackson Jollities, Junior
Red Cross, Pep Club, Career Club BRENDA KAY
HYER, BuJi:1er.r,' FBLA, Career Club.
MAURICE JOHNSON, General, Bowling Club
GREGG JONES, College Prepmzzloryj FTA, fafkron-
ien, Bowling Club, Projectionists.
JAMES JONES, College Prepar4tory,' Bowl-
ing Club, Career Club, Football, Basketball,
Track, Varsity Club . . . ODIE JONES, Vom-
' iionulg Career Club, Baseball.
paratoryg Science Club, Y-Teens, Career Club,
Pep Club, English Office Assistant.
SUE JORDAN, Bu.rir1eff,' Bowling Club, Y-
Teens, FBLA, Junior Red Cross, Career
Club, Pep Club LYN JOYAL, College
Pre11ar:zIoU',' Chess Club.
Mr. Kniska says, "Smile just a little more, please."
PAT JONES, Generali Glee Club, Intra-
murals SANDRA JONES, College Pre-
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BARBARA JUDY, College Prepar-
aloryf Band, Y-Teens, Career Club,
Bowling Club, Pep Club, Chess
Club . .. DONNA JUSTICE, Col-
lege Prepm'alofy,' Bowling Club,
BRENDA KEELING, General
. .. MARK KEELING, College
Preparaloryy Bowling Club, F.T.A.,
Student Council, jackfanimz, Thes-
pians, Career Club, Senior Class
Play, Pep Club.
KAREN KEENER, College Prepuralofy,' Band . . . NANCY KELLER,
Bu:ine.rr,' Y-Teens . . . KARL KELLEY, Vocaiimmlf Vocational Club.
"Vlhy, of course, it's an emergency," Sandy Baldwin
answers Janette Bailey.
BONNIE KIDD, Burifzerrg FBLA, Career Club, Pep Club, Office
Assistant, Intramural Sports FRANCES KINCAID, Vomtionalg
GARY KINDER, College P7'l?IId7'tZl07'j',' Spanish Club, Student
Council President, Junior Red Cross, Boy's State, Football, Basketball,
GARY KING, College Prepomloryp jezrkrozziarz Editor in Chief, Stu-
dent Council, Camp Minawanca, Quill and Scroll, Publications Work-
shop at Ohio University, Madrigals, Representative to Kanawha Juvenile
Council, All-County Chorus, Know' your State Government Day
DIANNE KNUCKLES, Burirzerr DOREEN KNOWLES, General.
BILL KOONTZ, College Preparaloryy Football DAVID KREBS,
College Preparatory, Junior Red Cross, Career Club, DECA ...H MEI.-
INDA KUHN, College Pre11omt0ry,' faekfoninzz, Madrigals, Glee Club,
All-County Chorus, Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll.
Anne Greenleaf, Nancy Burke, and Patty Greenleaf demon-
strate the skills of typing.
DANNY LANHAM, Vocaliofmlg Career Club VIRGINIA LAN-
HAM, Bu.rir1e.fJ,' Y-Teens, FBLA, Career Club, Office Assistant . . .
ADA LATON, College Pr'epm'alo1'y,' Intramurals.
GLENN LEDBETTER, College Prepm'alory,' Spanish Club, Career Club,
Baseball MARY .LOU LEGG, BuJirzer.r,' Career Club, DECA
ELLEN LESTER, College P7'8pi11'flf07'j',' FTA, Girls' Leaders' Corps,
GXVENDOLYN LEWIS, College Prepm'alory,' Bowling Club, FTA, Jack-
son jollities, Madrigals, Glee Club, All County Chorus, Pep Club, Span-
ish Office Assistant HARRY LOWERS, College Prepo1'dlory,' Career
Club, Pep Club ALLEN LUCAS, College Preprzmloryg President of
Chess Club, Pep Club.
VEDA LACY, Bu:ine.u,' FBLA,
Office Assistant . .. MIKE LAM-
BERT, College P1'epamlory,' Col-
lege Club, Football, Track.
SHEILA LANDIS, Burinerrj Bowl-
ing Club, Y-Teens, FBLA, Career y
Club JOHN LANE, General.
DEBBIE LAWMAN, College Prepm'alory,' Thespians, Girls' State,
jrzrlerou journal, Homecoming Queen, Student Council, FTA, D.A.R.,
Y-Teens, Leaders Corps, Science Club JERRY LAYNE, College
P1'epamlo1'y,' Pep Club . .. BETTIE LEATHERWOOD, BurirzeJ.r,' Y-
Teens, FBLA, Glee Club.
David Brenneman gets ready for a spin on his Honda.
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ROGER LUTZ, College Preparaloryf Golf Team . . . PATRICIA LYTTLE,
Bu.fi1zeJ.r,' Y-Teens, Junior Red Cross, Career Club, DECA SUSAN
MACE, Bu.vine.r.r,' FBLA.
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NANCY MADDOX, College P1'eparalory,' FTA, Y-Teens, Spanish
Club, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Intramural Sports RON MAD-
DOX, College P1'epm'alo1'y,' Basketball, Baseball MARTHA
MANN, College Preppzmlory,' Bowling Club, Y-Teens, FBLA, Career
Club, Stage Bancl, Band.
JUNE MARION, College P1'eparaxory,' FBLA, jafkroniazz . . . JOYCE
'MARKLEY, College Preparazoryg Science Club, Y-Teens, Junior Red
Cross . . . MICHAEL MARSH, College Preparatory.
SUSAN MARSHALL, College P1'epa1'a1ofy,' Glee Club FRANCES
MARTIN, College Preparatory Band SHIRLEY MARTIN, Bu5ine.r.r,'
SILAS MARTIN JR., College Prepemloryg Football, Intramural Representa-
tive, Wrestling Team, Bowling Club, Projectionist, Pep Club STE-
PHEN MARTIN, Vomtiomilf Vocational Club LINDA MASON,
MIKE MATHENY, College Prepnmlm-y,' Band, Orchestra, Stage Bancl,
jackson Jollities, All-State Orchestra RANDY MCCALLISTER, Col-
lege Prepamlory . .. KAREN MCCLANAHAN, College Preparatory, Y-
Teens, Iarkxonian, Career Club, Bowling Club, Pep Club, College Club,
"Ain't love grand!"
ELMER MCFARLAND, College Prepamloryg College Club, Intra-
murals .. . LORETTA MCGILTON, Burinerr . .. DANNY McKEE,
College Prepamloryg Boys' Leaders Corps, Student Council, Football,
MARTHA MEADOR, College P1'epm'alo1'y,' Bowling Club, F.B.L.A., jun-
ior Red Cross, Pep Club, Stage Band, Spanish Club BARBARA
MEADOWS, Bu.riner.r,- F.B.L.A., Bowling Club, Y-Teens, Pep Club,
Library Club, Office Helper SHERIL MEADOWS, Buxinerr Steno-
graplaieg Business Office Helper, F.B.L.A, Pep Club.
JEWELL MEANS, College Prepamlory,' Bowling Club, Y-Teens, F.B.L.A.,
Pep Club, Junior Red Cross, Business Office Helper, Bible Club
DIANE MELTON, Businern Leaders' Corps, F.B.L.A., Glee Club, In-
tramurals, Pep Club DONNA MERRIFIELD, Buxinerrf F,B.L.A.,
Y-Teens, junior Red Cross, Career Club.
GARY LEE MIDKIFF, College Prepzzmioryg Student Council, Career
Club, Leaders Corps, Pep Club, Wrestling, Football KAREN
MILLER, College Prepurezlory, Band, College Club RANDY MIL-
LER, Gerzemlf Career Club.
SUSAN MCCOMAS, College P1'epamlo1'y,' Spanish Club, Spanish Chorus,
Y-Teens, F.T.A. junior Red Cross, Band . . . BOBBY MCCOWN, General
. . . RICHARD MCELHANEY, Vomliomzl.
TIM MCLANE, College P1'6fjl11't1l01'j',' College Club CAROLYN
MCNABB, College P1'Epd1'tlI07'j',' Y-Teens, jackson Journal, Thespians,
Girls' Leaders' Corps, Pep Club, National Honor Society, Intramurals
. . . HOWARD MCNEAL, College P1'6p611'L1l01'y,' Band, National Honor
Society, Madrigals, Glee'Club, Tennis Team, F.B.L.A., Bowling Club,
Spanish Club, Career Club.
SUZANNE MILLER, College Prepamloryg Y-Teens, Career
Club, Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Office Helper, Pep
Club . .. SARA MILLS, College P1'epamlory,' French Club,
Pep Club, Office Helper.
RUTH MORRIS, College Prepamloryg Science Club,
Bowling Club, Career Club SANDY MORRIS,
College Prepm'alor'y,' Y-Teens, jarkrofz jouwml, Lead-
ers' Corp, Pep Club.
WILLIAM MINGER, General . . . JEAN MITCHELL,
Burinerrg Girls' Leaders' Corps, Glee Club.
TERRY MORRISSETTE, College Preporatoryg Y- 'TT
Teens, Spanish Club GREGORY MORRISON,
Bzuifzeug Projectionists, Collge Club, Chess Club
JOYCE MITCHELL, Vomlionalg DECA . . . LINDA "'
MUNDAY, Burirzerrg FBLA, Career Club.
OXWEN MULLENAX, Vomzionulf Chess Club, Voca-
tional Club . . . BARBARA MULLINS, B1l.fi7IEJ'J','
FBLA, College Club.
MARILYN MONROE, College Preparalory,'
jackson journal, Spanish Club, Leaders'
Corps, Spanish Student Teacher, Y-Teens, ' "
Pep Club, National Honor Society . . . BON-
NIE GENE MONTAGUE, College Prepar-
azoryg Band, Orchestra, FTA.
GARY MOONEY, College Preparatory
JOHNNY MOORE, College Prepamlory,'
Pep Club, Intramural Sports.
NOLA JEAN MOORE, College Prepmgnloryf
Band Majorette, Orchestra, Jollities, Span-
ish Club, Science Club, Red Cross
ROD MOORE, College Preparatory, Senior
Class President, Tennis Team, Boys' State,
Student Council, Bowling Club, Chess Club,
Pep Club, Student Council Workshop. X
Twins Amie and Mamie Young, and Robert and Roberta
Shank have double fun at SJ.
DAVID MYERS, College Prepamloryg Junior Red Cross,
Career Club, DECA, Police Cadet Corps GARY
MYERS, G'eneral,' Navy.
PATRICIA NARY, General NANCY NOR-
MAN, College P1'epaMIory,' French Club, farleron
fozmml, National Honor Society, jackson jollities.
Senior Class Play, Pep Club.
PAUL MYERS, Voroliomzlg Student Council, Career Club,
Vocational President . .. RUTH MYERS, B11rine.rJ,' FBLA,
GLORIA NUNLEY, College P1'epomlory,' Band, Li-
brary Club, Y-Teens, FTA, Pep Club . .. JIMMY
OATRIDGE, College Prepamzoryg Iarkroniany Gym-
nastic team, Bowling Club, Pep Club, Boys' Leaders
Corps, junior Red Cross.
STEVE NAFE, College P1'e11orolory,' Basketball, Student
Council, Varsity Club, Career Club, Cross Country, Pep
Club . .. ALICE NARY, Gelzeml.
LINDA O'DELL, College Prepfzmloryf Spanish Club,
Orchestra, Band, junior Red Cross KATHY
ORNBAUN, Buxineng foekxonion, FBLA, Bowling
ART OSBORNE, College Preparatoryj Band Presi-
dent, Orchestra, All-State Orchestra, All-County
Band, jollities, Stage Band, Pep Band, Pep Club
. .. SUE PALMER, College Preporoloryf FBLA,
fdL'k.f07lld72, Career Club, Junior Red Cross.
MARGARET PARKS, College P7'Ep47'dl07'y,' Stu-
dent Council, Spanish Student Teacher, Spanish
Club, National Honor Society DAVID PAR-
SONS, College P1'Ef7t17'tZf01'y,' FTA, Glee Club, All-
MIKE PARSONS, College Prepm'olory,' Baseball,
Football, Basketball, Student Council, Varsity
Club, FCA SAMMY PARSONS, College
Prepfm1lo1'y,' Golf Club, Stage Band.
Mike and Pat Semenie are double trouble on Stonewall's
PATTI PATRICK, Bll.flI26J.Y,' Y'Teens, FBLA, Glee Club SANDRA
PATTON, College Prepm'olory,' Business Manager of jorkrozzian, Quill
and Scroll, Publications Workshop at Ohio University, Career Club,
Pep Club DARRELL PAULEY, College P1-epamzoryg Stage Band,
CAROL PAXTON, College Prepumtoryy Spanish Club, Spanish Student
Teacher, FTA, FBLA, Business Office Helper, Y-Teens, Pep Club,
Boling Club, Band CAROL PECK, College P1'epo1'ezlo1'y,' Office
Helper, Pep Club CLARA PECK, College Prepomzoryg French Club,
Junior Red Cross, Career Club, Glee Club, Pep Club.
CHARLES PERFATER, College P7'611!l7'fll01'jl,' English Office Assist- MIKE POWELL, College Prepamloryf Police Cadet Corps, Pep
ant DANNY POPP, College Prepamloryg Debate Team, Jackson Club, Spanish Club RONNIE POWERS, College Prepomlory
Jollities, Glee Club . . . KATY POSTEN, College Preporolory,' jack- . . . GREG PRATER, College Preparatory.
.ron fourmzl-Co-editor, National Honor Society, French Club, Mad-
rigals, Glee Club.
Mike Parsons and Dee Dee Carney discuss their trips
BARBARA PRENTISS, College to the Cmlbean' '
Prepumloryg Y-Teens, jackson jour-
nal, Leaders' Corps, Pep Club,
Jackson Jollities, Office Helper . . .
GENE PRICE, Vocotionalg Junior
Red Cross, Career Club, Glee Club,
All-County Chorus, Track.
KARL C. PRIEST, College Prepar-
:zloryy Baseball LINDA PRU-
DEN, College Preporoloryf FTA,
Spanish Club, Y-Teens, Office
Helper, Glee Club, Career Club.
MARGIE QUESENBERRY, Voraiimzalg junior Red Cross, DECA .. .
PATRICIA RABEL, Buri11eJ.f,' FBLA RICHARD RADFORD, Voca-
BEVERLY RAY, Bll.fi776J'.l',' FBLA, Student Council ADA REED,
Burizzerry Thespians, FBLA, Library Club, Y-Teens THOMAS REED,
College P1'epm'fll0ry,' ffzekrozz jourmzl, Debate Team
VICKI RICHARDS, College Prepamlory,' Student Council, Chorus
jackson Jollities, FTA, Bowling Club . .. JERRY ROBERTS, Vom-
tionalg Football Manager LAWRENCE ROBERTS, College
Prepamlory,' Science Club, Spanish Club, jackson journal, Math Club,
National Honor Society
Charlie Coleman and Carol Paxton are busily preparing
their research themes.
DIANA RUCKER, College Prepar-
aloryg Office Helper, Y-Teens
RICHARD RUCKER, 'Vomtiomzl,
Student Council, Career Club, Voca-
STANLEY RUPE, College Prepar-
azoryy junior Red Cross, Intramural
Sports, Jackson Jollities, Pep Club,
Stonewall jackson Club, Career
Club BUDDY SANTEE, Col-
lege P1'e1Jamto1'y,' FBLA, Boys'
Leaders 'Corps, Baseball
Club,'Gym Leaders' Corps.
, SAMMY ROBINSON, College Preparatory' Projectionists NICK
ROMSKY, B1l.fi7l?J'J',' Golf Team, Stonewall jackson Club ROB-
ERT ROY, Vomlionfzlj Junior Red Cross, Pep Club, Vocational
-new 7 '
Miss Kirby takes late orders for class rings from seniors Linda
Pruden and Chuck Young.
ROBERT SAUNDERS, College Prepamlary,' Football, Wrestling . ..
GINGER SCHOONOVER, College Prep:zratory,' F.T.A,, French Club,
Y-Teens, Science Club. . . PAMELA SCRAGGS, Buiineuf Y-Teens, Career
DIANA SECKMAN, Buxifzexrg Red Cross, Y-Teens JAMES
SEMENIE, College P1'epm'f1lory,' Spanish Club, Pep Club MIKE
SEMENIE, College P1'epm'atory,' Football, Track, Spanish Club.
'C T1 N'
LUKE SERGOS, College Prepuraforyg Football, Wrestling, Track,
Varsity Club, H. R. President CALVIN SETTLE, College Pre-
pm-arm-y,' Career Club GERALDINE SHAFFER, Burizzerr.
SUE SHAMBLIN, Burirzeryj Y-Teens ROBERT SHANK, College
Prepm'alory,' Stage Band, Bowling Club, Jackson jollities . . . ROBERTA
SHANK, College Prepam1o1'y,' Band, National Honor Society, F.T.A.,
Spanish Club, Y-Teens, Career Club.
LINDA SHARP, College Prepnmlory, Y-Teens, Pep Club . . . PRISCILLA
SHAWVER, Burineng F.B.L.A. . . . CARL SHELER, College Preparatory:
Chess Club, Cross Country, Track Team, Projectionist.
OTIS SHINN, Vofaliomzlg Science Club, Jackson jollities, Career Club
. . . STUART SHIRK, College Prepamloryy All-County Band, Band, All-
State Band, Stage Band, Jackson Jollities, Intramurals, Bowling Club,
Stonewall jackson Club . . . SANDRA SHOP, Business.
GARY SHORT, Vocationolf Junior Red Cross, Career Club, DECA,
Intramural Sports CAROL SIMMS, Burinesrg Y-Teens, Junior
Red Cross, Career Club, Jackson Jollities, Pep Club NANCY
SIMON, College Prepamzoryg Y-Teens, Jackson Jollities, Pep Club.
Mike Marsh, and Odie Jones are fascinated by Coach Shaffrorfs can
BILL SIMPSON, Vamliomzlg junior Red Cross, Jackson Jollities
CHARLES SKEEN, Vomliomzl . .. MELVIN SKEEN, General.
EDWIN SMITH, College Prepomzoryg Cadet Corps, Science Club, Chess
Club, Projectionists, Library Club, Football JENNIFER SMITH, Col-
lege Preparatory, National Honor Society, Jackson Journal, French Club,
Y-Teens, Pep Club, jackson Jollities JERRY SMITH, General
EGGIE SMITH, College Preporaloryg jackson Jollities, All-County and
E11-State Band, Stage Band . .. MIKE SMITHERS, College Preprzraloryj
Iarkron journal, Career Club, Baseball, Varsity Club RICHARD
PADE Buriuerr' Pe Club, Track, Wrestling, Intramural Sports, Cross
1 1 P
Eountry, Chess Club.
LARRY SPENCER, Vocational NANCY STAATS, BuJ'irze.rJ,' Jack-
son journal, Glee Club, Bowling Club, Pep Club Intramural Sports
CONNIE STAMPER, College P1'epamlo1jf,' Young Democratic Club.
4' 'Tr' ,J
KAREN SLACK, College Prepm'ol0fy,' Y-Teens, Pep Club, Science
Fair, Band SAUNDRA SLATER, College, Preparatory,' Stu-
dent Council-president of Home Room, French Club, Y-Teens, Pep
Club, Stage Band . . . BETTIE SMITH, Burizzerr.
.ry NTTE.:-V .
PAM STARCHER, Bu.rinerr,' F.B.I..A., Intramurals . ..
BRAD STEWART, College Prepamlory,' Junior Red Cross,
Projectionists, DECA, Police Cadet, Intramural Sports, Home-
DARRELL TAYLOR, Vomliofzal . . . JOE TAYLOR,
College Preparrzlo1'y,' F.B.L.A., Glee Club, All-County
Chorus, Career Club, Bowling Club, Student Coun-
cil, Homeroom President.
JENNIFER STEWART, College Prepm'nlory,' Y-Teens, Jun-
ior Red Cross, Pep Club LINDA STEWART, College
Prepamloryg jackson fourmzlg Leaders Corps, Pep Club.
NANCY TAYLOR, College Prepomzoryg Y-Teens
President, farlarorz jouwzrzl, Thespians, Leaders' Corps,
Senior Class Play, Jackson Jollities, Pep Club, Na-
tional Honor Society . . . THOMAS TAYLOR, Vom-
RICHARD STEWART, College Prepumioryg Leaders Corps,
Chess Club . . . STEPHEN STEWART, College Prepar-
aloryf Leaders Corps, Chess Club STEPHEN STE-
WART, College Prepnraloryg Band, Stage Band, Jackson
CARL TEEI., Vomlionalg Bowling Club . . . ANITA
THAXTON, Buriz1e:.f,' F.B.L.A., Y-Teens, Attendant
to Miss SJ.
JEFF STILES, College P1-epamlory,'
Drum Major, Band, Tennis Team, All-
State Orchestra, Oglebay Drum Major
Camp, Intramural Sports, Golf Team
RICHARD STOCKTON, College
Prepuraloryj F.T.A., Jackson Jollities,
All-County Band, All-State Band, All-
State Orchestra, Stage Band, Band, Or-
chestra, Pep Club.
SHERRY STONE, Burinerrg Intramural
Sports JIMMY STOWERS, Buri-
ne:.r,' Junior Red Cross, DECA, Base-
JON STRATTON, Vomiiomzlg Junior
Red Cross, DECA ZELMA SUM-
MERS, Burine.v.r,' F.B.L.A., Y-Teens.
Miss Cheesrnan is willing to exchange Art Osborne's gmoney. for a I
game ticket, while Marilyn Monroe and Linda Ellis wait in line.
CHERYL THAXTON, General JUDITH THAYER,
BuJi:ze.vr,' Y-Teens, Junior Red Cross, Intramural Sports,
Pep Club, Career Club
MARY TRIGGS, Bu.vineJ:,' FBLA, Jackson jollities
. .. GRAVES TRUMBO, College Preparaloryf Foot-
ball, Baseball, Jackson jollities, Homeroom Presi-
dent, Junior Red Cross, FCA, Intramural Sports
HAROLD JOHN THOMAS JR., Voealiorralf Junior Red
Cross, Vocational Club KAREN THOMAS, College
Preparaloryy Spanish Club, Spanish Student Teachers' Corps,
Office Helper, Spanish Chorus, Y-Teens
FRANCES TRUSLOW, G'e11eral,' Thespians
BETTIE TUCKER, Bzuirzerx
DON THOMPSON, College Preparaloryg College Club
JACK THOMPSON, Vocalionaly Vocational Club
RUBY TURNER, Bu.fine.v.v,' Intramurals, Y-Teens,
' Pep Club . .. EVELYN UPTON, Bu5irze.f.r,' FBLA,
Junior Red Cross
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Tom Evans, Allen Lucas, and John Graham gather at their
daily point where the action is.
JOHN VASSILIOU, College Prepar-
azoryy Bowling Club MARCIA
VIGNEAULT, College Preparaloryf Na-
tional Honor Society, Quill and Scroll,
fackron journal, Thespians, Senior Class
Play, Junior Class Play, Jackson Jolli-
ties, Leaders' Corps, Y-Teens
MARY LOU WALKER, College Prepar-
atory, Student Council, Spanish Stu-
dent Teachers' Corps, Spanish Club,
Chorus, and Dancers, Bowling Club,
Pep Club . .. REBECCA WALKER,
College Preparatory, Orchestra, All-State
Orchestra, Y-Teens, Red Cross
LARRY WALTERS, College Prepar-
azoryg Police Cadet Corps PAM
WALTON, College Preparatory, Y-
Teens, Career Club
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KAREN WARD, Bu.rineJ.v,' FBLA
. . . RICHARD WARNER, College
Prejm1'ato1'y,' Chess Club.
JOSEPH WASHINGTON, Gene-
ml JOYCE WATSON, Col-
lege Prepamloryg Spanish Club,
Spanish Chorus, Science Club, Jun-
ior Red Cross, Career Club, Of-
fice Helper. I
Kathy Ornbaun and Nancy Staats study in the strangest
DAVID WAUGH, College Prepafaloryj Football .. . JUDY WEA- CARMEN WESLEY, Bufinexrg Y-Teens, FBLA . . . JACKIE WHID-
VERV College Preparatory! Career Club, Pep Club CLARA BY, Diiiffbulioe Educationy DECAg Cllnlc Helper . .. KAREN
WELLS, College Preprmztory, jackson journal, French Club, P.E. WHITE, College Pfepemzory,' Girls' Leaders Corps, Science Club,
Office Helper, Intramural Sports. FBLA, Career Club.
KAY WHITE, Buxinessg Band, Y-Teens KENNETH WHITTING-
X TON, Genemly Football . . . CAROLYN WIGGINS, College Pfeparatoryg
French Club, Y-Teens, FTA, DECA, Jackson Jollities, Intramural Sports.
DONNA WILLEY, Buxineug FBLA, Y-Teens, Career Club, Office
Helper . . . ERNEST WILLEY, Vocational, Vocational Club '. . . KAREN
WILLIAMS, Bu.riner.r,' FBLA, Y-Teens, Career Club, Office Helper
Guess Who !
V ' ROGER WILLIAMS, Vomtiomzlg
Career Club OTT WILLIS
College Preparatory, junior Red
Cross, Career Club, DECA. if
BARBARA WILSON, College Pre-
poraloryg Chess Club, Jackson Jol-
lities, Head' Cheerleader, NCA
Camp, Pep Club, National Honor
Society FRANK WILSON, 12" f
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HELEN WILSON, Bu.fil1eJ.r,' FBLA . .. LARRY WINDOM, Col-
lege Preparatory, Spanish Club, FTA PATRICIA WINES, Col-
lege P1'epamlory,' Glee Club, Office Helper, Pep Club, French Club.
LINDA WITHROW, College P1'eparuto1'y,' Career Club CARLETTA
WOLFE, College Preporoioryy jarkron journal, French Club, Y-Teens,
Troupers . . . CARLIES WOMACK, General.
LAWRENCE WOMACK, College P1'eparotory,' French Club, Bowling
Club, FTA, Junior Red Cross, Career Club, Track BARBARA
WOOD, College Prepamzoryg Class Editor of jackroniem, Chess Club
Vice-President, Quill and Scroll, French Club, Jackson -Iollities, Publica-
tions Workshop at Ohio University, Speech Program, President of Home
Room . . . DONNITA WOOD, Bu.rirzeJ.r,' Y-Teens, FBLA.
JEANETTE WINFREE, College Prepamloryg Associate Editor of
furkrorziorz, Quill and Scroll, College Club Vice President, All-
County Chorus, Glee Club, French Club, Publications Workshop at
Ohio University . . . WILLIAM WINTERS, College Preparatory,-
Cross Country, Track . .. LINDA WITHROW, Gefzemly Y-Teens.
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LINDA ROSE WOOD, BuJine.rJ,' FBLA . .. CAROLYN WOODRUM,
College Pfeporotoryy French Club, Y-Teens, jackson Jollities, Madrigals,
All-County Chorus, Pep Club . . . JAMES WORLEY, College Preparatory,
Leaders Cor s, Career Club Intramural Referee Bowlin Club Red
Dee Parks shows joe Taylor and Dianna Andrews t e various
styles of senior cards available for orders.
P ! Y g 2
Cross, Pep Club.
ARTHUR WOTIZ, College Preparatory Golf Team, Leaders Corps,
Stonewall Jackson Club . . . CHARLENE WRIGHT, Bu:ine.fJ,' . . . Na-
tional Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, jackson journal, Tennis
Team, Y-Teens, D.A.R., French Club, Pep Club . . . AMIE YOUNG,
College Prepamtoryg Spanish Club, Thespians, Y-Teens, Career Club,
Bowling Club, Office Helper, Pep Club.
MYRA YOUNG, College Pfeparalory,' French Club, Col-
lege Club STEVE ZAKASKI, College Pfepz1mlory,'
Spanish Club, FBLA.
CAROLYN YOUNG, College Pfepamtoryj FBLA . .. CHUCK
YOUNG, College Pfepamlofyf Bowling Club, Madrigals . . MAMIE
YOUNG, Bu.rine.f.f,' National Honor Society, FBLA, Thespians Sec
retary, jackson journal, Y-Teens, Thespian and Junior Class Plays
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Mary Beth Bennett
J. R. Chatfield
Nola Jean Moore
'FUpper Ten Percent
Junior class officers are from left to right: Cathy Perry, Diane Cornette, Skip Wilson, Carol Jones, Jerry Walker, and Nan Nease.
Two down and one to go, this is how the juniors stand.
They are the in-between group, wiser than the sophomores,
but not so sophisticated as their senior friends.
The whole junior year is filled with many things to re-
member for years to come, such as the jollities, the junior
Class Play, and decorating for the junior-Senior Prom. You
are able to join many new clubs previously not open to you.
juniors also must prepare for college by taking the National
Math Test, the Merit Test, and the Scat-Step Test.
Most important, though, now is the time for lots of de-
termination and strength, but after this jam-packed year the
junior class is ready to follow the footsteps of the seniors.
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Mary Lee Akers ' H- 'A
Edith Allen be s , V .-- -l l
Charles' Allen - V 5,5-,
william Anon it :gr A- -ff
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' Gary Amos N
W 'Gy i " " , , Carol Anderson
f f X - ' Q ' ' - C t Andrews
T ' E-J '27, i Olivia Archibald
l Barbara Bullock and Mike Wells ponder over the best
Q answers in the Step-Scat tests.
Lyda Armstead , C., ' ' "1
james Arnett 'Q-. a - -
joe Arthur 1 Y fy: - , GV 'V LA'
Richard Arthur "7 R ' 10 ' A A ' -.v
james Aultz K .t X, - " f
Steve Bailey . P U
Edwin Bailey ix ML
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,,f A ' , , , , Linda Bgker
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' N me -5- l Q' l 8 5 , Ronnie Ball
ty ,L r 'M' , Connie Ballard
5 5e""' ',,. I X " 1 Clara Ballinger
4 ' ' " Debbie Barger
. Jessica Barker
Sue Barnett 'lb ' A
Robin Basman Qf ' W .
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Opal Bess ,- . ' -l . 4:
Stephanie Beulike -1
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l Louie Biel
U . - , ' H ' L , , Q AI?-'r Nariqcy Blailcshire
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Connie Borders , A Z' pi-.gg V W
Nowel Bostic . 1 F f N QQ
johnny Brady 3K " 1 'i":, ,-,qs PM fn. f.. "' 1- f-.f 'et x - 1 I A -Q
Randy Brammer g dw, l 'A Q, J 1-Lx 2.3, CJ 5 ' K
Wilbcr Brawley ' wwf .J Il V, -ar-rf
Danny Breeden ' ' - Y W 71' ' , -
Barbara Breedlove ' f 5 ' r , ' " -
Marie Brenneman QQ '23-fb 5 IRL, ' J l
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, John Bridges
V' , , Lawrence Bridges
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K It I 1 Ronald Brunty
Terry Bryant Af V , V V , ,
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Barbara Bullock ' fx: , A " V ' lg. A B Mg! 6' at ' ' - 'L '
Robert Bumpus " r 5,1-3,3 x, I " 1 S., V l Qdtr l 4, -,' Q
Steve Bupp lf "WV ' f . 'Q-H 1:7 l
james Burdette , ' -I ,Y , - .1
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Danny Burdette I N r 7
Darlene Lanham and Kathy Blackshire find that working
in the office is a a demanding job.
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Ronald Chandler A ,f.,,- -
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Mary Dahmer 'l!n. f M,f "' " ' I f
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Gloria Dowell if ' "1 s D-I '
Diana Earles ,,, ,H - .-
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N, J 4" ' W., A' - If Diane Frame
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N 4, 4, I Susan Grove
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Y' " David Gunnoe
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Larry Hunter " H - V 1:57 e- in -Q
Sharon Hutchison b f X ' ' ' 3 'C 'j "i ' '
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Debbie Isaac :riff 'X
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if 1 Yvonne Jackson
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Wlilliam James .. , K
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Davi Jarrett LN' .og dy
Tom Jarrett sv I ' -3
!'- - 1- Betty Johnson
xi , Linda Johnson
V1 VN .1 Marcia Johnson
.. , Tyrone Johnson
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Becky Jones I M, Q I A
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' ' Raymond Miller
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Scott Kedward helps Judy Wallington remember
what homework she has.
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Marie Simms V , 3 1 V
janet Simmons - .- , ,7 . . ' 5 " , f f V
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V, .. ,A jj, 3 ?' 5 A V M T Belinda Smallridge
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we have a deadline to meet.
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' ' Elizabeth Starcher
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' -V Lx ' Q. ' H "" Brooks Vaughn
-" D .4 ' ' l Y ' ,, N Anne Vickers
,A ' ' V ' i -4 Sandy Vickers
' Linda Wakefield
Jerry Walker '
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The halls took on a festive appearance after the Pep Club decorated for the Charleston High game.
Ricky Medley gets help ordering his class ring from Mrs. Crum,-
junior Class sponsor, while Suzette Skidmore waits for her turn.
Are Always Busy
Sue Dodd smiles as she announces the next act in the fall Jollities
Sophomore class officers are from left to right: Mary Bos-
well, Presidentg Ann Simpson, Vice President, Terri Barrett,
Secretary, and junior Diaz, Sandra Lawrence, and Mike
"The elevator is right this way," said the senior. Woe be to
the poor, lowly sophomore. At the bottom of the ladder,
you find yourself in a fascinating new world full of exciting
experiences, mysteries, and of course, hardships.
Your dream-theitop of the ladder. You are but one step
toward this dream, but as the days pass you find that the
ladder is not so steep and you have fewer steps to climb.
As you awaken to a world of new friendships, a variety of
activities, and more and more knowledge, your dream be-
comes a reality.
After a few weeks here at Stonewall, you realize the job
of being a part of our school's own big family. You are
the youngest member of the family that makes the school
what it is.
You will soon forget the hardships and problems those
first few days brought: going to the wrong room, being
late for class, and the many stares you received. You soon
learn the Words and real meaning of our Alma Mater
and you are proud to sing it. Nor will you forget the first
football game, assembly, or any joys only a sophomore can
experience. You are a part of our great school-Stonewall
Jackson, and we are glad to have you.
Terri Robinson finds Miss Rose a great help in choosing
the right book.
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Margie Stewart, Sandra Wiseman, and Frances Hairston dance for the jollities.
anoy Comes to School by Exeoutone
A true general, Nancy is seen supporting the football team at the SJ.-St. Albans game.
One of Stonewall's sophomores comes
to school in a unique way. Nancy Morgan
listens in on her classes on the executone,
a product of the telephone company. She
has the true "general spirit" and attends
many of the games and occasionally comes
to school to visit her teachers and Mrs.
Bourne, her counselor.
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Penn. Ave. 344-I67I
On MacCorIcIe Avenue
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Soufh Charlesfon, W. Va.
CLASS RINGS, ANNOUNCEMENTS,
DIPLOMAS, CLUB PINS, MEDALS,
JEWELRY'S FINEST CRAFTSMEN
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Nolions . . . Ready-Io-Wear
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Charleslon, Wesl' Virginia
Parkersburg. Wesi' Virginia
30I Washingfon SI'reeI', Wes'I'
PHONE: DI 3-24I4
CharIesI'on, Wes'I Virginia
VERNON LEE HESS
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GREENLEE BROTHERS, INC
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Telephone 343-5I 8I
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No. I 60I Cenfral Avenue No. 3 5l5 Morris Sfreei
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Nexi' io Arcade
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CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Maryland Avenue A'I' Lee, Wesi'
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Splif Rail Fences
Also Fence Parfs for
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3002 Sevenih Avenue
BANK OF WEST VIRGINIA
Extends Congratulations ond
Best Wishes to the
GRADUATES OF STONEWALL JACKSON
Your Partner Towards Building a
Successful Career Should Be Your Bank
'I' Checking Accounts
'I' Savings Accounts
BANK OF WEST VIRGINIA
Tennessee Ave. and Roane St. On Charleston's West Side
PARK FREE BESIDE THE BANK
PAUL A. BURDETTE. President-
Lobby Medical Arts Building
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In 1882 Edison had a great
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electric light and power companies began
when Thomas A. Edison and a group of in-
vestors financed his first power plant more
than 80 years ago.
Since then, investor-owned companies like
ours have become an integral part of America's
Free Enterprise system. That explains why
today we have at our fingertips more electric
power than any other country in the world.
And it's this same Free Enterprise system
that puts at your fingertips greater oppor-
tunity, greater expectation for success than
can be hoped for by any other young people in
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DIAL DI 4-4567
Open Weekdays 9 A.M.-I0 P.M.
Sundays II A.M.-8 P.M.
PARKING IN REAR FOR CUSTOMERS
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JAMES L. LOWMAN. JR.
l507 Washington W.-DI 4-4567
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Telephone: DI 6-0767
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Avoid Waiting - Call 343-7586
CHARLESTON TRANSIT CO.
222 Capitol Street
Odd Fellows Building
Phone DI 3-2435
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ComP,ime,,,s CHARLES SNEED
Vacuum Cleaner Sfore
EUREKA 8: HOOVER CLEANERS
We Service All Makes
202 Lee S'I'ree+, E.
Charlesfon, W. Va.
RAINES RANK SIGMON
LI NCOLN-MERCU RY
2 Virginia S+ree+, Easi' HARDWARE
PHONE 344256. Acme Birch Ki+chens
PHONE DI 6-08 I 5
l30I Washingfon S+., Wes?
Charlesfon, Wesi Virginia
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VISIT US AT
HALE STREETS THE s. SPENCER MOORE co
I I8 Capi'IoI Sireei'
It takes Mom's touch to complete any project of Stone-
wall Jackson, so all of the moms have joined together in
the Stonewall Jackson Ladies Auxiliary. Does your mom
belong to this worthy organization? Talk to her and see
if she would like to work for your school!
THE STONEWALL JACKSON AUXILIARY CLUB OFFICERS ARE: Mrs
G. R. Tabor, President, Mrs. E. E. Williams, Treasurer, Mrs. M. C. Carnes
Vice President. ABSENT was Mrs. W. L. Meadows. Secre'l'ary.
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Charlesfon, Wesf Virginia
Office 743 Washingfon S+., W.
Office Phone 344-364I
R. R. NUCKELS
CASTO'S FU RN ITU RE
New and Used Furnifure
We Buy, Sell, Trade
Televisions and Appliances
I037 ancl I205 Washingfon Sfreef, W
Res. Phone 346-9503
ACCURATE TELEVISION K I-LY,
SERVICE COMPANY E 5
I I9 Lee Sfreef
SALES AND SERVICE
FROM ADMIRAL TO
Color Sales and
I08 Wesf Washingfon Sfreef
Charlesfon, Wesf Virginia
PHONE DI 2-6I0l
I529 WasI1ingI'on S+., Wes?
Charlesfon, WesI' Virginia
DIAL 343-5I I6
5II1 Ave. a'I' Iowa S+.
CI1arIesI'on, WesI' Virginia
Park a+ Our Door
4402 Wash. S+. Wesf
"We Wani Your Business"
CHARLESTON BEAUTY ACADEMY INC
7I IV2 Fife SI'reeI'
MRS. DOROTHY CARNES, Presidenf
WEST VIRGINIA'S LARGEST BEAUTY COLLEGE
WEST VIRGINIA STATE COMMITTEE OF BARBERS AND BEAUTICIANS
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A 8: W DRIVE INN, 195
Abbott, Gregory, 139
Abood, Carol. 171
Abraham, Mitchell, 14, 22, 23, 24,
28, 29, 88, 159
Abshire, Patricia, 171
ACCURATE TELEVISION SERVICE
Acers, Tom, 181
Adams, Danny, 70, 181
Adams, Herbert, 171
Adgigis, Kenneth, 37, 48, 76, 77, 78,
Agee, Dianne, 171
Agsten, Melinda, 181, 184
Akers, Maralee, 171
Akers, Tom, 75
Albaugh, Helen, 181
Albright, Lynne, 139
ALDERSON, MISS EMMA, 102
Aldrich, Mrs. Frances, 97
Aldridge, Karen, 139
Alexander, Judy, 181
ALLEGHENY FREIGHT LINE, 204
Allen, Beverly, 37, 139
Allen, Charles, 83, 171
Allen, Edith, 126, 171
Allen, Rolancla, 139
Allen, William, 171
Altman, Linn, 18, 52, 86, 159
Amos, Gary, 171
Amos, Larry, 139
Anderson Carol, 171
Anderson, Cheryl, 51, 180
Anderson, Johnny, 181
Anderson, Robert, 181
Andrews, Carol, 181
Andrews, Dianna, 18, 19, 29, 139,
Andrews, Cort, 47, 37, 171
Angel, Wayne, 181
Archibald, Olivia, 22, 31, 36, 65,
Armstead, Lyda, 171
ARMSTRONG, MRS. LUCILLE, 102
ARMSTRONG, MR. STUART, 98
Arnett, James, 171
Arthur, Diana, 139
Arthur, Joe, 171
Arthur, Richard, 171
Arthurs, Sue, 181, 183
Asbury, Larry, 181
Ashley, Sylvia, 37, 181
ASHMORE OPTICAL COMPANY,
ASSEFF, MR. JOHIN, 131
ASSEFF, MRS. PATRICIA, 55, 118
Aston, David, 9, 87, 139
Aston, Suellen, 37, 48, 105, 181
Atkinson, Danny, 56, 139
ATKINSON, MISS VIRGINIA, 29,
54, 94, 95
Audia, Jim 87, 139
Aultz, James, 171
Bailey, Edward, 171
Bailey, Edwin, 83, 171
Bailey, Janette, 24, 48, 54, 65, 159,
Bailey, Karen, 181
Bailey, Nancy, 36, 40, 42, 181
Bailey, Steve, 171
Baker, Linda, 171
Baisden, Herman, 139
Baldwin, Ken, 181
Baldwin, Patricia, 140
Baldwin, Raymond, 171
Baldwin, Sandra, 54, 140, 152
Baldwin, Tom, 181
BALFOUR COMPANY, 193
Ball, Ronald, 57, 171
Ballard, Connie, 171
Ballinger, Clara, 171
BAND, 40, 41, 42, 43
BANK OP WEST VIRGINIA, 199
Barger, Deborah, 171
Barker, Beverly, 181
Barker, Jessica, 37, 171
Barker, Mrs. Alice 97
BARNES, MR. LEWIS, 27, 98
Barnett, Carl, 181
Barnette, Mr. Paul, 97
Barnette, Sue, 65, 94, 101, 171
BARNHART, Ma. GARLAND, a, vo.
Barrett, Teri, 19, 60, 62, 180, 181
B1gIil9I'H, MRS. IVALOU, 28, 99,
BASEBALL TEAM, 78
BASKETBALL TEAM, 76
Basman, Robin, 36, 52, 171
Blackshire, Douglas, 171
Blackshire, Joyce, 51, 181
ire, Kathy, 31, 52, 171, 172
Blackshire, Nancy, 171
Blake, Kathryn, 51, 181
Blznce, Laura, 181
BLAKE, MR. THOMAS, 28, 96
Blankinship, Roger, 181
Blaylock, Janet, 171
Bledsoe, Benda, 10, 140
Ble?ing, John, 14, 76, 77, 78, 79,
Blessing, Ronald, 181
Board, Cheryl, 56, 140
Board, Thomas, 40, 42, 181
Boggess, Beverly 46, 65, 85, 140
Boggess, Kay, 40, 41, 42, 44, 140
Boggess, Patty, 86, 171
, Ray, 181
, Richard, 70, 140
, Steve, 115
Boggess, Steve, 171
Batgman, Donna, 27, 29, 37, 44, 140,
Beall, Charles, 140
BEAUTY BAR, 197
Beaver, David, 181
Becher, Sarah, 181
Beckner, Deegee, 21, 36, 171
BEDDOW, DR. HERBERT, 62, 89
Beizlgzfjell, Lynne, 15, 22, 24, 27, 38,
Belcher, Doris, 48, 54, 140
Belcher, Kathryn, 171
Belcher, Jerry, 140
Bennett, Bob, 140
Bennett, Jim, 181
Bennett, Mary, 140
Bentley, Randall, 171
Berrell, Serrierna, 181
Berry, Woodrow, 64, 117, 171
Bess, Opal, 171
Beulike, Stephanie, 22, 31, 59, 171,
Beulike, Stephen, 34, 40, 42, 44, 171
Bias, Deborah, 181
Bibb, Sharon, 181
Biel, Louis, 27, 34, 44, 171
BIG STAR GOOD HAVEN, 198
BIEICSH MOVING 8: STORAGE,
Bird, Bonnie, 22, 24, 27, 99, 140.
Carolyn, 48, 181
Brammer, Randy, 21, 40, 42, 1 ,
Brawley, Gary, 40, 43, 181
Brawley, Wilbur, 83, 171
Bray, Sharon, 181
Breeden, Danny, 88, 171
Breedlove, Barbara, 171
Breedlove, Eva, 141
Brenneman, David, 141, 154
Brenneman, Marie, 40, 43, 171
Bridges, Jane, 181
Bridges, John, 171
Bridgers, Lawrence, 171
Brigode, Edward, 57, 171
OLDSMOBILE INC., 193
Britton, Judith, 171
Brogan, Donna, 181
Brown, Bethanie, 12, 37, 48, 181
Brown, Jerry, 171
Brown, Joe, 70, 181
Brown, Judith, 181
Brown, Patricia, 171
Brown, Robert, 171
Brown, Steve, 232
Brown, Timothy 141, 107
Browne, Lanell 141
Broyles, Ronnie, 141
Brumfield, Brenda, 181
Bromley, John, 181
Brunty, Donald, 151
Brunty, Jeff, 151
Brunty, Ronald, 171
Bryant, Terry, 70, 171
Bryson, Martha, 37, 46, 171
Buchanan, Fred, 181
Buckalew, Robert, 141
Bullock, Barbara, 52, 171, 185
Bumgardner, Cleda, 181
Bumpus, Robert, 88, 171
Bupp, Stephen, 50, 171
Boggs, Betty, 181
Boggs, Gerald, 70, 140
Boggs, May, 181
Boggs, Micheal, 99, 140
Boggs, Rodger, 181
Bolar, Marion, 40, 43, 181
Bolland, Stanley, 181
Bondurant, Ken, 41, 141
Bondurant, Lynn, 40, 181, 182
Bonham, David, 23. 56, 141
BON-TON LAUNDRY, 195
Boon, Paul, 40, 42, 141
Booth William, 22, 24, 36, 106,
Borders, Connie, 22, 34, 50, 52, 112,
BORN, MRS. LUCILLE, 99
Clement, 1 8 1
Bostick, Norvel, 171
Burdette, Beatrice, 181
e, Bill, 181
Burdette, Danny, 129, 171
Burdette, Donna, 39, 172
, Greg, 182
, James, 171
Burdette, James, 129, 171
Burdette, Joe, 171
Burdette, Kathy, 182
Burdette, Kay, 48, 182
Burdette, Leslie, 141
Burford, Beverly, 172
Burgess, Debbie, 172
Burgess, Jean, 172
Burgess, Judy, 182
Burgess, Ronald, 88, 172
Burgraf, Shirley, 182
Nancy, 141, 153
Burnett, Paula, 182
Burrell, Serverna, 182
Burton, Sue, 37, 172
MRS. ELAINE, 115, 117
Bush, Frank, 40, 42, 182
Bush, Keith, 182
Butcher, Ann, 182
Butts, Alice, 40, 182
Butts, Elizabeth, 37, 39, 42, 48, 141
Butts, Mrs. Marie, 97
Byrd, Hattie, 182
Boswell, Mary, 46, 48, 19, 65, 101,
Botkin, Larry, 181
Botkin, Vera, 181
BOURNE, MRS. JEAN, 28, 96
Bourne, Mitchell, 141
BOWLING CLUB, 65
Bowling, Nancy, 39, 46, 65, 141
Bowling, Thomas, 27, 141
Boyce, Ray, 12, 28, 36, 40, 42, 141
BOYS' STATE, 29
Brady, John, 46, 171
Cabell, Barbara, 172
CABLISI-I BAKING COMPANY, 203
CADET CORPS, 53
Cadick, Alice, 15, 24, 22, 38, 52,
Cain, Donna, 37, 126, 142
Caldwell, David, 142
Caldwell, Joe, 36, 142
Calhoun, Susie, 27, 48, 142
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, 196
Callahan, Melessa, 22, 105, 172
Calvanese, Andy, 88, 172
Campbell, Bill, 172
Campbell, Brenda, 125, 172
Campbell, Drema, 182
Campbell, Grace, 182
CHESS CLUB, 66
Canterbury, Deborah, 36, 48, 182
Canterbury, Wilbur, 182
Cantley, Carlos, 65, 182
Capen, Deborah, 14, 22, 24, 38,
50, 55, 64, 86, 142, 143
Capen, Judy, 11, 22, 38, 50, 172
CAPITOL CITY COMMERCIAL
Caplinger, Donna, 172
CAREER CLUB, 28
Carman, Frances, 142
Carnes, Carla, 40, 42, 182
Carnes, Milton, 37, 142
Carney, Angela, 44, 172
Carney, Carol, 54, 142
CHARLESTON CUT FLOWER
CHARLESTON LINEN SERVICE.
CHARLESTON TRANSIT, 204
Chatfielcl, J. R., 34, 87, 143
CHEERLEADERS, 58, 59
CI-IIEESMAN, MISS DORIS, 127,
Chevalier, Allen, 182
Chevalier, David, 113, 104, 143
Chewning, Dean, 182
Childers, Ruth, 172
Choice, Dennis, 65, 182
Choice, Vivalora, 10, 24, 25, 22, 50,
52, 48, 143
Christo, Dianne, 40, 42, 172
Ciccarello, Stephanie, 38, 40, 43,
Clendenin, Gail, 182
Cleaver, Linda, 10, 24, 38, 51, 144
Clendenin, Marie, 44, 182
Clendenin, Nina, 144, 182
Cook, Pat, 172
Cook, Richard, 97
Cooley, 37, 144
Copen, Patty, 172
Copley, Beverly, 7, 40, 42, 45, 36,
Corey, Richard, 182
Cornett, Diane, 6, 170
Corrie, David, 172
Cosby, Robert, 144
Costilow, Pam, 20, 53, 69, 172
Cottrell, Carolyn, 182
Cottrell, Larry, 70, 172
Davis, Jon, 172
Davis, Lottie, 183
Davis, Marilyn, 37
Davis, Pam, 40, 43, 172
Davis, Robert, 183
Davis, Tom, 172
Davis, Trena, 172
Davisson, Thisbe, 22, 59, 172, 178
Dawson, Beverly, 20, 24, 36, 145
Dawson, Jack, 145
Dawson, Judi, 57, 183
Dawson, Robert, 43, 44, 40, 172
Day, Lloyd, 83, 108, 183
Day, Marilyn, 183
Cottrill, Rita, 144
Cowen, Linda, 144
Cox, Geraldine, 144
Craft, Wilbur, 182
CRAMER, MISS ELIZABETH, 100
Day, Mary, 145
Day, Rita, 183
DEAN, MR. R. M., 102, 103
Dean, Sandra, 183
DEBATE CLUB, 64
Decker, Bruce, 145
Deggviess, Charlotte, 46, 65, 37,
Delaney, Deborah, 183
Dent, Betty, 183
Carney, Diana, 46, 86, 142, 158
Carney, William, 125, 142
Carothers, Robert, 142
CARP, MRS. LUCILLE, 115
Clendenin, Troy, 182
Clevenger, David, 46, 172
Clinton, Linda, 39, 172
Crank, Randy, 88, 172
Crews, Linda, 36, 40, 43, 48, 52,
Crews, Steve, 182
Crews, Rickey, 9, 36, 40, 41, 42,
88, 105, 144,
C. R. JOHNSON COMPANY, 214
Crockett, James, 70, 131, 172
Dent, Carol, 145
Crowder, Beverly, 144, 147
Desrosiers, Paul, 50, 99, 145
Diaz, Junior, 36, 48, 50, 180, 183,
Carpenter, Clay, 44, 129, 172
Carpenter, Dora, 182
Carpenter, George, 172
Carpenter, Janice, 142
Carpenter, Jer1'Y' 172
Carpenter, Paul, 182
Carper, Brad, 172
Carpet, John, 142
Carr, Becki, 38, 55
Carr, Charlena, 182
Carr, Gary, 182
Carr, Jeanie, 172
Carr, Lorelerha, 182
Clonch, Catherine, 172
Cunningham, Jack, 183
Carrier, Patty, 40, 43, 182
CAREON INSURANCE AGENCY,
Carte, Anthony, 172
Carte, Kenneth, 142
Carte, Mr. William J., 97
Carte, Richard, 182
Carter, Brenda, 37, 40, 172
Carter, James, 182
Carter, Linda, 143
CARTER, MRS. MARY, 99
Carter, Roger, 182
Casdorph, Barbara, 48, 65, 172
Casdorph, Bernard, 182
Casdorph, Lowell, 56, 143
Casdorph, Mrs. Agnes, 97
Casdorph, Priscilla, 182
CASTILLOS, MRS. REBA, 115
Castle, Kay, 143
Casto, Danny, 123, 143
Casto, Elizabeth, 182
CASTO'S FURNITURE, 208
Caudill, Cheryl, 182
Caudill, Janet, 7, 22, 23, 24, 26, 58,
59, 61, 62, 86, 139, 143
Caudill, Lucy, 7, 22, 40, 43, 45, 86,
Caulfield, Bill. 143
Cavender, Jerry, 143
Cavender, Judy, 172
Cavender, Marty, 143
Cavender, Steve, 182
Cecil, Linda, 51, 143
Chafin, Joyce, 49, 143
Cobb, David, 124, 144
Coffman, Shirley, 96, 144
Coleman, Charlie, 37, 117, 144, 159
Coleman, Deborah, 182
Coleman, James, 144
Coleman, Larry. 53. 182
Coleman, Sally, 172
Coleman, Thomas, 182
Crowder, Joyce, 40, 43, 183
Crowder, Larry, 183
CRUM, MRS. AVA, 110, 179
Cruz, Pamela, 183
Cummings, Mike, 70, 183
CUNNINGHAM CLEANERS, 209
Cunningham, DeeDee, 40, 42, 44, 183,
DEITRICH, MISS SI-IERRY, 103
Dilworth, Linda, 37, 48, 50, 145
Dobbins, Caroline, 85, 183
Dodd, Leanne, 22, 172
Dodd, Susan, ss, 120, 172, 179
Dodson, William, 183
Dolan, Arthur, 172
Donegan, Bill, 27, 146
Donohew, Bill, 70, 74, 83, 85, 145
Doran, Max, 172
Dotson, Joy, 36, 50, 55, 145
Doughty, Raymond, 122, 124, 172
Doughty, William, 183
Dowell, 37, 172
Drake, John, 145
Dugash, Patsy, 14, 49, 121, 145,
Dunbar, Carol, 145
Dunbar, Jackie, 145
Dunbar, Jan, 183
Dunn, Brenda, 183
Earles, Diana, 40, 43, 7, 45, 172
Easter, Nancy, 172
Echols, Barbara, 183
Echols, Diana, 21, 24, 26, 36, 145
Edens, Ronald, 172
Edmonds, Williams, 183
EDWARDS, MRS. PATRICIA, 100,
Edwards, Salles, 183
Ellard, Allen, 183
ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY.
ELK FUNERAL HOME, INC.. 210
Elliott, Gregory, 183
Elliott, Linda, 14, 27, 31, 57, 48, 59,
47, 178, 173
ELLIOTT, MRS. EVELYN, 20, 100
Ellis, Dan, 40, 41, 43, 47, 50, 173
Ellis, Linda, 52, 86, 146, 162
Ellis, William, 183
Ellison, Douglas, 173
Ellison, Evelyn, 146
COLLEGE CLUB, 28
Elswick, Wanda, 173
Dahmer, Mary, 22, 38, 64, 172
Chambers, Latanya, 182
Chambers, Rosa, 172
Chandler, Linda, 182
Chandler, Ronald. 172
Chandler, Theodora, 37, 40, 182
Chandler, Walter, 172
College, Terry, 182
Collias, Carolyn, 182
Collier, Guy, 182
Collins, Donald, 182
Colvin, Harold, 22, 37, 172
Curry, David. 57, 145
Custer, 40, 43, 46, 172
EMINQANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH,
Endres, Theresa, 119, 173
Endres, Michael, 183
Engle, Patricia, 54, 146
Epling, Alice, 56, 146
Chandler, Wayne, 142
Chapman, Arthur, 53. 143
Chapman, Brenda, 183
Chapman, Jane, 40, 43, 182
Chapman, Janet, 37, 143
Chapman, John, 182
Chapman, Linda, 182
Chapman, Mike, 70. 172
Chapman, Roger, 172
Chapman, Sharon, 182
CHARLESTON BEAUTY ACADEMY
Combs, Gene, 127
Comer, Cecelia, 37, 48, 50, 144
Dailey, Clinton, 40, 41, 42, 172
Danberry, Bernard, 172
DAR CAMP, 31
Davidson, Donald, 172
Davidson, Susan, 172
Epling, Joyce, 183
Erby, Paul, 173
Erwin, Randy, 183
, Vicky, 54, 86, 116, 146
, Sharon, 183
Conner, Tim, 37, 76, 77, 78, 82,
Conrad, Charles, 144
Cook, Clarence, 172
Cook, Paula, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 50,
Davis, Constance, 183
Davis, Danny, 145
Davis, Debbie, 37, 145
Davis, Glen, 127, 183
Davis, Janet, 145
Eskins, Tim, 88
ESTILL and GREENLEE, INC., 194
Etter, Nadine, 46
Etter, Steve, 57
Evans, Bryan, 173
FRIDEN, INC., 210
Fulks, Eddie, 147
Fullerton, Mr. Guy, 97
FULTON, MR. DONALD. 50, 106
Galloway, James, 173
Galloway, Vera, 147
Gandee, David, 185
Gandee, John, 185
Garnette, Victoria, 183
Gates, Micheal, 40, 42,'185
Gay, Mary, 185
Haas, Charles, 85, 184
Hackney, Annette, 36, 184
Hackney, Bill, 21, 37, 65, 93, 173
Hackney, Effie, 124
Hager, Katherine, 22, 23, 24, 26, 52,
Hagy, Linda, 57, 52, 148
Haid, Susan, 173
Hairston, Frances, 37, 48, 184, 190
Hairston, Mike, 22, 24, 25, 48, 148
Hzggston, William, 48, 50, 57, 64,
Evans, Charles, 183
GCHIY. John, 35, 147
GEORGE, MRS. FAITH 115
Gerkin, Helen, 183
Gerwig, Charles, 183
GIANNAKIS, MRS. EUGENIA,
100, 101 ,
Gibbs, George, 183
Gibson, Barbara, 49. 99, 147
GILBERT, MR. W. s., wa
Gilkeson, Steve, 86, 64, 147
Gillespie, Connie, 147
Gillespie, Stephen, 105, 147
GIRLS' STATE, 29
, 107, 148
Hale, Donnie, 88
Hale Terry, 175
Hall, Jan, 49, 51, 148
Hall, Karolyn, 40, 173
Hall, Katherine, 22, 24, 36, 40, 41,
42, 48. 148
Hall, Mark, 184
Henike, Jean, 47, 174
Hennen, Patty, 7, 22, 23, 24, 26, 48
58, 59, 116, 159, 149. 150
Henry, Mary, 48, 184
Henson, Bob, 174
Henson, XVilliarn, 12, 150
Hickman, Katherine, 184
Hicks, Alma, 150
Hicks, Roger, 70, 184
Hiersoux, Carole, 37, 174, 178
Higgenbottom, William, 184
Hill, David, 88, 174
Hill, Jeanne, 49, 150
Hill, John, 22, 106, 112, 174
Hill, Karl, 174
Hill, Kelsey, 10, 70, 72, 75, 82,
Hills, Sandy, 7, 24, 38, 37, 58,
59. 139. 150
Hinkle, Sandra, 184
Evans, Janet, 185
EVANS, MRS. ELIZABETH, 101
EVANS SUPER MARKET, 213
Evans, Thomas, 146, 163
Facemyer, Gordon, 185
FAIRCLOTH, MRS. REBIE, 38, 105
Farley, James, 175
Fasimpaur, Andrea, 24, 51, 116, 146,
Given, Linda, 183
Given, Rodger, 184
Givens, Ronald, 147
Givens, Tom, 147
Gladwell, Johnie, 184
GLADWELL, MISS LYNNE, 111, 110
Glover, Steve, 37, 184,
Goad, John, 173
GOAD, MISS NORA, 115
GOBER, MR. CHARLES E., 123
Goglger, Ruth, 24, 25, 22, 27, 37, 146,
GOLF TEAM, 87
57, 64. 96
Fazio, Fred, 185
Feazell, Jon, 70, 88
Ferrell, Jeff, 45, 40, 36, 146
Ferrell, Linda, 183, 56
Ferrell, Rita, 146
Fields, Gary, 173
Fields, James, 146
Fields, James, 146
Fields, Kathy, 54, 146
FIFE STREET SHOE SHOP, 198
Harper, Allen, 40, 45, 65, 149
HARPER, MR. M. D., 121
Hobart, 183, 101
Good, James, 173
Goo4dwin, John, 40, 41, 43, 44, 129,
1 7 '
Goodwin, Peggy, 40, 43, 184
Goodwin, Raymond, 40, 43, 175
Goodwin, Rebecca, 40, 42, 184
Gcirilfn, Eric, 9, 22, 46, 86, 99,
Gordon, Scott, 116, 184
GORDON'S WEST SIDE
GOUGH, MR. J. A., 111
Governor, Mike, 180, 184
HALL, MRS. MARY LOU, 107
Hall, Myra, 184
Halstead, John, 184
Hambrick, Deborah, 46, 173
HAMILTON, MR. J. L., 110
Hamilton, Steve, 148
Hampton, Deborah, 184
Hampton, George, 69, 146, 149
Hamric, John, 184
Hamrick, Earl, 15, 40. 42, 175
Hamrick, Elizabeth, 184
Hamrick, Judy, 7, 22, 23, 24, 26, 58,
59, 139. 149
Hatnrick, Mary, 184
Hamilton, Linwood, 88, 173
Hamilton, Penny, 65, 173
Hammock, Darnell, 175
Hammonds, Carol, 173
Hanna, Donna, 37, 40, 41, 42, 149
Hanna, Richard, 40, 42, 184
Hanson, Kenneth, 56, 149
Hapney, Martha, 149
Hardman, Ed, 22, 47, 173
Hardman, Robert, 149
Hark, Ina Rae, 12, 22, 48, 133,
Harmon, Dewey, 173
Hinkley, Gerald, 184
Hinkley, Ralph, 174
Hinkley, Shell, 155. 150
Hissom, Carolyn, 59, 174
Hissom, Stephen, 88, 174
Hodges, Jack, 174
MRS. BARBARA, 152
Harmon, Judy, 149
Harper, Carolyn, 175
Harper, john, 184
Fisher, James, 183
Fisher, Judith, 183
Fisher, Linda, 183
Fisher, Peggy, 146, 49
Fisher, Rickey, 46, 146
Fink, Martha, 175
Fink, Mary, 175
Graham, Danny, 14, 22, 24, 28, 50,
Graham, John, 27, 50, 147, 163
Graham, Thomas, 147
Grass, Helen, 51, 132, 147
Flannery, Gene, 39, 98, 173
Flaugher, Brenda, 173
Flesher, Hazel, 175
Flesher, Jean, 173
Fleshman, Wayne, 76
Flint, Linda, 185
Flint, Michele, 183
Flint, Sharon, 47, 50, 146
Gravely, Mary Alice, 56, 118, 147
Green James, 175
Green Judi, 173
Green, Linda, 184
Green, Mason, 6, 18, 27, 138, 147
Green, Robert, 50, 184, 187
Green, Vicky, 184
Green, Marlene, 12, 184
Harper, Roxie, 102, 149
Harper, Sandy, 149
Harpold, Jeff, 21, 47, 112, 175
Harris, Eddie, 149
Harris, Mr. Howard, 97
Harris, Jackie, 184
Harris, Jerri, 39, 184
Harrison, Jennings, 173
Harrison, Sharon, 184
Harrison, Sheri, 49, 149
Hartleben, Melanie, 173
Hartman, Larry, 27, 54, 46, 149
Holbrook, Nancy, 22,'36, 37, 59,
Holcomb, Bill, 174
Holderly, Karen, 184
Holland, Robert, 184
Holley, Frankie, 174
Holley, Rodney, 150
Holliday, Eddie, 174
HOMECOMING QUEEN, 60
Holmes, Carol, 184
Holmes, Georgia, 12, 24, 23, 26. 27,
30, 38, 50, 52, 992104, 64, 150
Holmes, Jacqueline, 150
Holmes, John, 184
Holmes, Mahala, 20, 174
Holstein, Arine, 174
Holt, Alta, 27, 49, 150
Holt, Charles, 174
Holt, John, 48, 184
Holt, Roseanna, 184
Honaker, Ella, 150
Honaker, Leonard, 46, 70, 184
Hoover, Martin, 184,
Hopkins, Sherrie, 51, 84
Hopkins, Vicki, 184
Houchins, Lloyd, 131, 150
Wayne, 27, 150
Houston, Dolores, 40, 43, 184
Houston, Frances, 184
l, Marsha, 24, 40, 41, 43, 44
Flowers, Beverly, 183, 36
Hughes, Brenda, 37, 184
FOOTBALL TEAM, 72
Ford, Bertie, 173
Ford, Harry, 173
Fore, Muriel, 185
Fore, Merald, 183, 43, 40
Fore, Timothy, 146
Forsley, Frieda, 175
Fort, Gary, 173
Fosco, Anna, 51, 146
Fosco, Sharon, 108, 183, 85
Foster, Donna, 120, 173
Foster, Larry, 46, 123, 146
Foster, Michael, 185
Foster, Ralph, 173
Fowler, Deborah, 40, 42, 183
Fowler, Linda, 183
Diana, 37, 50, 111, 173
Doug, 40, 43, 185
Kris, 40, 42, 185
Frankenberger, Phyllis, 183, 56
Freeland, Gary. 54, 40, 42, 173
n, Brenda, 147
FRENCH CLUB. 37
FRENCH, MRS. ANNA, 97
FREY, MR. ALBERT, 41, 44, 128,
GREENFIELD, MISS MARCIA,
Greenleaf, Anne. 39, 148, 153
Greenleaf, Patty, 148, 153
Greenlee, Jean, 148
Greenlee, Nancy, 37,'55, 148
Gregg, Linda, 37, 59, 175
Greiser, Mike, 173
Gresham, James, 55, 173
Greter, Susan, 40, 42, 175
Griffith, John, 173
Grimm, Connie, 12, 48, 184
Grimm, Elizabeth, 51, 48, 47, 50, 52,
Grimmett, Margaret, 58, 22, 46, 55.
Grishaber, Elaine, 184
Grove, Susan, 50, 173
Grubb, Carr, 175
Gudykunst, Tom, 87, 147, 148
Gunnoe, David, 88, 175
Gunter, Eddie, 173
Guthrie, Dana, 148
Guthrie, Donna, 184
GUTHRIE, MORRIS, CAMPBELL
Gumm, Charles, 148
Hudson, Mary, 184
Hudson, Percy, 174
Huffman, Francine, 174
Huffman, James, 50, 150
Hughes, Danny, 184
Hughart, Lynn, 18, 52, 151
Hughart, Robert, 44, 129, 174
Harvey, Joyce, 103, 149
Harvey, Milon, 184
Harkins, Adrian, 173
Hash, Pam, 184
Haskins, Susan, 175
Hayes, Gary, 184
, Alan, 184
, Janice, 27, 46, 48, 50, 151
, Joyce, 184
Hughes, Roger, 151
rey, Gary. 151
Hayes, John, 184
Dan, 70, 83, 106, 173.
Richard, 27, 149
Susan, 50, 184, 188
Headley, Alice, 48, 174
Helmick, Harry, 46, 174
Helmick, Linda, 12, 150
on, Marcus, 174
on, Robert, 47, 50, 174
Hendricks, Danny, 184
Hendrickson, Bob, 174
Henike, James, 37, 48, 76, 77,
Humphreys, Russell, 174
Humphreys, Barbara, 7, 40, 41, 43,
44, 45. 148, 151
Humphreys, Paul, 184
Humphreys, Wayne, 70, 174
Hundley, Kathleen, 184
Hundley, Pam, 38, 182, 184
Hundley, Sharon, 174
Hunley, Gary, 53, 174
Hunt, Beverly, 174
Hunter, Debbie, 174
Hunter, Larry, 174, 70
Hutchison, Sharon, 38, 174
Hyer, Brenda, 151
Hyer, Kathleen, 174
Ingram, Debbie, 37
Ingram, John 46
Isaac, Deborah, 11, 31, 37, 174
Izzo, James, 84
Barbara, 174, 36
Beth, 22, 174
JACKSON JOLLITIES, 34, 35
JACKSON JOURNAL, 22. 23
Jackson, Sharon, 185
Jackson, Yvonne. 39. 174
JACIESONIAN STAFF 20, 21, 223,
JAKE MCCLURE'S TV, 8:
James, Alice, 174
James, William, 174
JARRETT, MR. WILLIAM 70, 85.
Jarrett, Ralph, 122, 151
Jarrett, Tom, 22, 34, 174
JAY DUNIVAN CADILLAC, 202
Jeffers, David, 151
Jeffers, Rebecca, 181
JEFFERSON, MR. ROGER, 70, 73.
Jeffery, Dennis, 19, 185
Jeffery, Linda, 47, 52, 151
Jeffery, Sandra, 151
Jett, Arnold, 185
Johnson, Carl, 185
n, Danny, 185
Johnson, Donna, 185
n, Linda, 30, 51, 185
Johnson, Linda, 38, 174
Johnson, Marcia, 64, 174
Johnson Maurice, 151
Johnson Michael 185
Kincaid, Daniel, 185
Kincaid, Francis, 152
Kinder, Gary, 29, 8, 18, 19, 70,
72, 75, 76, 77, 78, 152
Kinder, Keith, 70, 174
King, Gary, zo, 26, ao, 47, 138
152, 169. 223
King, Katherine, 185
Kirby, Darrell, 185
Kirby, John, 174
KIRBY, MISS JANNES, 160, 101
Kiser, Eddie, 70, 112, 174
Kiser, Joe, 46, 190
Kitts, David, 174
Knight, Alice, 185
Knighton, Steve, 88, 174
Knighton, Sue, 46, 37, 174
Knowles, Doreen, 46, 152, 165
Knuckles, Diane, 152
Kcontz, Mr. W. F., 97
Koontz, William, 15, 70. 152
Krantz, Patty, 174
Krebs, David, 56, 152, 201
Krebs, Barry, 40, 42, 184, 185
Lowery, Mike, 175
LOWMAN'S DRUG STORE, 200
Ilicas, Allen, 66, 153, 163
Lucas, Glenna, 108, 185
Lutz, Nancy, 185
Lutz, Phyllis, 185
Lutz, Roger, 87, 154
Lyles, Harry, 70, 81
Lynch, Cathy, 40, 43, 185
Lytle, Debbie, 126, 175
Lytle, Mike, 185
Lyttle, Georgia, 48, 51, 185
Lyttle, Patty, 56, 118, 154
Lyttle, Paul, 185
Mace, Becky, 186
Mace, James, 175
Mace, Paula, 39, 186
Mace, Susan, 55, 154
Maddox, Nancy, 48, 55, 154
Maddox, Ron, 76, 77, 78, 164
MA DEL STUDIO, 205
McGraw, Ray, 186
McKee, Danny, 88, 146, 155
McKeny, Cam, 175
McKinney, Dewey, 83, 175
McLane, Tim, 155
MCLAUGI-ILIN, MACK. 70
McNabb, Carolyn, 24, 27, 38, 54,
McNabb, Jimmy, 186
McNeal, Howard, 24, 42, 40, 155
MCNEIL FENCE INC., 198
McNgill, Frank, 11, 22, 86, 106,
McQuain, Torn, 186
MCQUEEN, MISS ILA, 115
McVey, Allan, 186
McWatters, David, 186
Meador, Martha. 39. 141, 155
Meador, Randy, 175
Meadows, Barbara, 51, 54, 93, 155
Meadows, Dianne, 186
MEADOWS, MRS. LUCILLE, 115
Meadows, Sheril, 155
JOHNSON, MRSl JEANNETTE, 105
Johnson, Tyrone, 65, 174
Johnson, William, 125, 185
Jones, Beverly, 37, 185
Jones, Carol, 6, 18, 60, 62, 170,
Jones, Darrell, 174
Jones, Eileen, 174
Jones, Gary, 185
Jones, Gregg, 48. 151
Jones, Herman, 185
Jones, James, 70. 77, 78, 79, 151
Jones, Linda, 108
Jones, Orlie, 151
Jones, Pat, 46, 151
Jones, Rebecca, 51, 65, 174
Jones, Robert, 185
Jones, Roger, 185
Jones, Ron, 70, 185
Jones. Sandra, 151
Jones, Sharon, 185
Jordan, Sue, 147, 151
Jones, Teresea, 174
Kuhn, Melinda, 20, 26, 47, 152
KYLE, MRS. MARY. 103
Lacy, Gary, 174
Lacy, Larry, 174
Lacy, VedaAnn, 55, 153
Mike, 70, 84, 153
Landis, Sheila, 153
Lane, John, 153
Lane, Karen, 185
LANHAM'S MARKET, 209
Lanham, Danny, 153
Lanham, Darlene, 40, 43, 172, 174
Lanham, Robert, 53, 185
Lanham, Virginia, 55, 102, 153
Laton, Ada, 153
Laton, Angela, 174
Lawman, Debbie, 22, 27, 29, 38, 39,
48, 55, 60, 62. 94, 146. 155
Lawrence, Patty, 174
Lawrence, Sandy, 35. 36. 180, 185
Lawson, Wayne, 42, 40, 133, 175
Layne, Jerry, 12, 153
Layne, Shirley, 40, 43, 48, 185
Leach , D
ennie, 13, 175
LEADERS' CORPS 52. 88
Mairs, Donita, 186
Manley, Rita, 186
Mann, Janet, 37, 43, 40, 185, 186
Mann, Martha, 40, 43. 154
Marcum, Steve, 186
Marion, June, 20, 49, 154
Marion, Linda, 175
Marion, Sandra, 38, 185, 186
Markley, Joyce, 50, 154
Marple, Carolyn, 175 n
Marple, Donald, 53, 124, 175
Marple, Donna, 38, 105, 174, 175
Marsh, Michael, 154
Marshall, Susan, 28, 46, 154
Martin, Frances, 40, 41, 43, 44, 154
Martin, Molly, 186
Martin, Pamela, 186
Martin, Shirley, 154
Martin, Silas, 127, 154
Martin, Stephen, 154
Martin, Susan, 186
Martin, Suzanne, 39, 186
Mason, Linda, 154
Mathieny, Mike, 34, 40, 41, 44, 42,
Mathes, Jim, 12, 22, 47, 106, 175, 214
Jones, Yvonne, 174
Joyal, Lyn, 151
Judy, Barbara, 12, 40, 43. 152
Justice, Donna, 46, 65, 102, 129, 152
KANAWHA CITY SAVINGS Bc
LOAN CO., 205
KARNES, MISS VIRGINIA, 106
Kedward, Scott, 174
Keeling, Mark, 152, 18, 27
Keeling, Brenda, 152
Keener, Karen, 43, 40, 152
Keffer, Carolyn, 174
Keller, Debbie, 185
Keller, Janet, 185
Keller, Nancy, 152
Keller, Thomas, 174
Kelley, Karl, 152
, Mary, 174
KEI..I.EY'S lN1EN'S SHOP, 208
KELSO, Carolyn. 174, 37
Kersey, Arnold, 88, 174
KEN-ED CLEANERS, 213
Kidd, Linda, 174
KIDD, MR. NX'ALTER, 122
Kidd, Sidney, 185
Leatherwood, Bettie, 153
Leatherwood, James 88, 175
Leavens, Barbara. 185
Leavens, Diana, 175
LeBlue, Diana, 185
Ledbetter, Glenn, 109. 153
Lee, James, 76, 175
LEE, MRS. ELIZABETH, 49. 115
Lee, Wayne, 175
Leedy, Larry, 175
LeFevere, Jamie, 185
Legg, Leroy, 123, 175
Legg, Mary Lou, 153
Legg, Mrs. Margaret, 97
Lemasters, Jon, 62, 185
LeRoy, Eric, 70
Lester, Ellen, 52, 153
Levins, Diana, 107
Levy, Mike, 65, 175
Lewis, Charles, 34, 40, 43, 44, 175
Lewis, Gwen, 47, 48, 153
Lewis, Pahl, 185
LIBRARY CLUB 51
Light, Dan. 185
Lightner, Troy, 185
Lightner, Larry, 185
Linslaeck, Larry, 185
Linsbeck, Linda, 185
Litton, Linda, 183, 185
Litton, Richard, 175
Long, Robert, 175
Lore, Debbie, 46, 52, 85, 175
Lorentz, Danny, 88, 175
Louclin, Robert, 175
Lough, Sharon, 175
Lovelace, Edwin, 175
Lovelace, David, 185
Lowdermilk, Larry, 185
Lowers. Harry, 153
Mathews, Larry, 186
Maxwell, Sandra, 186
Maxwell, Susan, 175
Mays, Deborah, 186
McBee, Ronnie, 186
McCallister, Randy, 164
MCCan, Sue, 38, 108
McCann, Judy, 175
Mifsilianahan, Karen, 21, 53, 60, 133.
McClanahan, Mrs. Ernestine, 97
Meadows, Patricia, 186
Meadows, Paula, 186
Means, Jewell, 39, 141, 155
Medley, Rick, 39. 107, 175, 177
Melton, Diane, 52, 155
MERCER, MRS. PERLE, 96, 141
Merrifield, Donna, 155
Merrifield, Stephen, 175
MEYER, MR. E. B., 12
Michaels, Randy, 40, 42, 186
Michaels, Steven, 40, 42, 44, 175
Midkiff, Ellen, 175
Midkiff, Gary, 88, 155
Midkiff, Jimmy, 81, 115, 186
Milam Gail, 186
Milam, Philip, aa, 175
Milam, Quana, 186
Miller, Browne, 186
Miller, Cheryl, 175
Miller, Chris, '186
Miller, Diane, 175
Miller, Jim, 175
Miller, Judith, 36, 175
Miller, Karen, 40, 43. 155
Miller, Margaret, 21, 39. 64. 65- 175
Miller, Norton, 47, 53, 175
Miller, Raymond. 39. 65, 175
Miller, Ricky, 40,,42, 186
Miller, Sharon, 37, 175
Miller, Susan 186
Miller, Suzanne, 28, 156, 100
Miller, Teresa 186
Miller, Warren 186
Miller, Mary 186
Mills, Sara 55, 94, 156, 37
Minger, XVilliam 127, 156
McClung, Barbara, 40, 43
McClung, Donna, 175
McClure, Joyce, 175
McClure, Martin, 46, 175
McClure, Mike, 175
McClure, Patty, 175
McCollam, Stephen, 186
McComas, Stanley, 186
McComas, Susan, 40. 43, 155
McCormick, Judith, 186
McCormick, Larry, 40, 42
McCown, Robert, 155
Minney, Ruth 40, 43, 175, 44
MISS STONEWALL JACKSON 61
Mitchell, Jean 52, 156, 99
Mitchell, Joyce 56, 156
Monin, Gina 40, 42, 44, 175
Monk, Gary 70, 175
McCown, Tom, 122, 175
McCutcheon, Bonnie, 175
McCutcheon, Donnie, 175
McCutcheon, Marv, 39. 51, 175
McDaniel, Jerry, 186
McDaniel, Philip, 175
McDerment, Wayne, 175
McDonald, Helen, 185
McDonald, Richard, 175
McElfresh, Gwen, 175
McElhaney, Richard, 155
Meriiiiiia, iaiiiiei, iss
McGhee, Dennia, 175
McGilton, Kenneth, 186
McGilton, Loretta, 155
McGinnis, Sharon, 42, 40, 186
Monroe, Marilyn 22, 24, 28, 52, 156,
Mongague, Bonnie 40, 42, 44, 41, 48,
Montague, Frank 40, 43, 186
Mooney, Christine 186
Mooney, Gary 156
Mooney, Roger 175
O'Conner, Harry 51, 187
O'Dell, Jack 108, 187
O'Dell, Linda 40, 41, 42, 44, 157
OFFICE HELPERS 54-55
Ogden, Paul 187
Ohlinger, Theresa 187
rolyn 37, 187
Orcutt, Tommy 70, 187
,'Brent 40, 42, 186
, John 186
Moore, Johnny 156
Moore, Nola Jean 7, 14, 40, 41, 42,
44, 45, 61, 62, 86, 156, 169
Moore, Pansy 86
Moore, Renae 175
Moore, Rod 19, 29, 66, 104, 138,
Moore, Shirley 175
Moore, Thomas 186
Moore, Walter 14, 186
Morgan, Anna Mae 7, 40, 43, 45, 125
Morgan, Evie 48, 93, 186
Morgan, Nancy 186, 191
Morris, Diane 175
Morris, Glenda 175
Morris, Lois 51. 175
Morris, Ronald 186
Morris, Ruth 156
Morris, Sandra 38, 52, 102, 156
Morrison, Bill 176
Morrissette, Amy 186
Morrissette, Terry 156
Morrison, Gregory 156
Morriston, Marilyn 176
Mourikas, Nancy 186
MRS. STONEXVALI. JACKSON 63
Mullenax, Larry 156
Mullins, Barbara 99, 156
Mullins, Elvin 186
Mullins, James 176
Mullins, Rodger 186
, Linda 49, 156
MUNSEY, MISS MAUDE 126
Murdock, Cathy 38, 186
Steve 65, 186
Myers, David 56, 157
Myers, Doug 186
Myers, Gary E. 157
Myers, Linda 186
Myers, Patty 51, 65, 176
Myers, Paul 13, 157
Myers, Ruth 157
Nafe, Steve 18, 76, 77, 78, 79, 138,
Ornbaun, Kathy 49, 121, 153
Osborne, Art 1, 34, 40, 41, 42, 44,
Osborne, Robert 176
Oxley, Keith 176
Pacifico, Tony 187
Pack, Luther 127, 187
Packand, Charles 176
Palmer, Sue 20, 157
Pampus, Paul 187
PANCAKE, MR. AARON 125
PANTOJA, MRS. HELEN 115
Parks, Margaret 18, 24, 157, 166
Parson, Mary 187
Parsons, David 46, 47, 157
Parsons, Jackie 176
Parsons, Lacy 187
Parsons, Larry 176
Parsons, Michael 6, 62, 76, 77, 78, 83,
138, 157, 158, 169
Petry, Linda 187
Petry, Patty 65, 176
Pflaumer, Alice 37, 48, 88, 187
Phares, Debbie 176
Phares, Judy 187
Phillips, Anna 46, 187
Phillips, Hedda 22, 176
PICKENS, MR. HAROLD 107
Pierson, Debbie 187
Pierson, Edwin 187
Pierson, Eugene 176
PIS?A3PIA, MR. JOHN 70, 76, 78, 83,
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS
PLESKA, MRS. 96
Pica, Robin ae, ss, 116, 187
Popp, Dan 35, 46, 64, 116, 158
Posten, Kathryn 22, 23, 24, 37, 47.
Ray, Richard 187
Ray, Terry 46, 52, 176
Reavis, Paul 187
RED CROSS 39
Reece, Sandy 176
Reed, Ada 119, 159
Reed, Donald 176
Reed, Norma 176
Reed, Sherry 187
Reed, S'uzy 176
Reed, Thomas 24, 64, 159
Renn, Jerry 187
Reveal, Brenda 176
l, Nancy 34, 101, 176
Rhodes, Debbie 115, 187
Rhodes, Kathy 46, 187
Richards, Bernice 176
Richards, Mark 124
Powell, Mike 52, 158
Powers, Ronnie 158
Prater, Elaine 187
Prater, Gregg 158
Prentiss, Barbara 22, 52, 54, 158
Prentiss, James 187
Price, Charles 8, 70, 83, 84, 176
Gene 124, 129, 158
Priest, Karl C. 12, 100, 107. 158
Richards, Vick 6, 19, 46, 138, 159
Richardson, Johnny 176
Richardson, Louis 176
Richardson, Priscilla 176
Richardson, Susan 46, 94, 176
Richmond, Howard 187
Rigsby, Gary 123, 176
Risk, Minerva 176
Ritchey, David 22, 37, 50, 112, 176
Roberts, James 188
Roberts, Jerry 75, 123, 159
Rolzgzgts, Lawrence 22, 24, 36, 50, 113
Roberts, Patricia 187
Roberts, William 176
Robinson, Arlena 188
Roberts, James 188
Robinson, Charles 40, 176
Robinson, Charles 42, 176
Robinson, Jeanie 188
, Karen 176
Robinson, Roger 176
Robinson, Sammy 159
Robinson, Teresa 37, 188
Robson, Jessie 53, 188
Rogers, Beverly 176
Rollins, Marcia 188, 189
Rollins, William 40, 43, 188
Rooney, Paula 107, 176
Rose, Carol 176
Rose, Paulette 188
ROSE, MISS SUSANNA 132
Roth, Keith 176
Rowley, Penny 11, 40, 45, 188
Roy, Robert 88, 159
Rucker, Diana Lynn 54, 159
Rucker, Richard 13, 159
Runion, Mary 188
Rupe, Stanley 159
Russell, Gail 188
Namgy, David 12, 22, 34, 50, 64, 65,
Nary, Alice 157
Nary, Charles 186
Nary, Patricia 157
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 24
NATIONAL MERIT SEMI-
NATIONWIDE INSURANCE 212
Nease, Hal 111. 186
Nease, Nan 7, 18, 31, 40, 42, 45,
Nelson, Blake, 174. 176
Nelson, Julie 37, 65, 176
Nelson, Lowell 186
Newhouse, Juanita 186
Newland, Paula 40, 43, 44, 186
Newman, Randall 187
Nichols, Patricia 176
Niday, Pat 21, 26, 176
Niday, Rita 187
Norman, Diane 7, 40, 42, 45, 176
Norman, Nancy 22, 24, 25, 27, 37,
51, 99, 157
Nottingham, Janice 187
NUCKELS REALTY COMPANY 208
Nunley, David 114, 187
Nunley, Gloria 40, 42, 48, 51, 157
Parsons, Sammy 40, 43, 157
Patrick, Gail 187
Patrick, Pattie 46, 158
Patton, Connie 176
Patton, Sandra 20, 26, 158, 223
Pauley, Darrell 40, 158
Pauley, Doug 40, 43, 187
Pauley, Gary 176
Pauley, Larry 176
Pauley, Randy 187
Pauley, Ray 62, 76, 78, 176
PAULEY, MR. THOMAS 107
Paxton, Carol 36, 38, 48, 158, 159
Payne, Lionel 176
Peck, Carol 55, 158
Peck, Clara 37, 55, 158
Peck, Delphia 187
Peck, Pamela 187
PESEA DOOR Br WINDOW CORP.
Perdue, Susie 36, 37, 48, 176
Perfater, Charles 143, 158
Perfater, Paul 187
Perolio, Tony 187
Perrine, Bill 176
Perrow, Edward 187
Perry, Cathy 18, 22, 31, 37, 52, 70,
Pritchett, Barbara 51, 176
Pruden, Linda 158, 160
PURITY BAKERY 197
Purnell, Sharon 187
Quarles, Charles 187
Quesenberry, Anita 56, 159
Quesenberry, Sam 176
Quick, Howard 187
Quill and Scroll 26
Rabel, Patty 55, 121, 159
Radford, Richard 56, 159
Radford, Vicky 187
RAINES LINCOLN-MERCURY INC.
Raines, Monna 37, 50, 187
Ramkey, David 46, 47, 176
Ramsey, Mrs. Bessie 97
Ramsey, Jack 187
Randolph, Kathryn 187
RANK SIGMON 206
Ranson, Jean 176
Rutledge, Tim 188
Samms, Larry, 70, 83, 176
Samples, Micheal, 50, 176
Sands, Marilyn, 39, 47, 176
Sansbury, Becky, 36, 188
Santee, Milton, 69, 88, 159
Saunders, Anne, 22, 52, 176
Saunders, Robert, 73, 160
Saunders, Tim, 176
Sayre, Ralph, 39, 53, 101, 176
Schmitt, Bubby, 176
Schoonover, Ginger, 37, 48, 113, 116,
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Scott, Lisa, 188
Scott, Michael, 176
Scragg, Carlos, 176
Scragg, Pamela, 24, 49, 160
Scragg, Dennis, 176
Seckman, Diana, 160
Seckman, Gary, 40, 42, 44
Seckman, Harold, 177
Oatridge, Jimmy 13, 157
Ocheltree, Charles 176
Perry, Oscar 70, 187
Petersen, Martin 176
Petry, Charlene 38, 187
Ray, Beverly 100, 119, 159
Ray, Donald 187
Ray, Geri Lynn 187
Ray, Patty 187
Semenie, Mike, 70, 74, 85, 104, 157,
Sernenie, Pat, 8, 70, 84, 157, 160
Sergos, Luke, 8, 70, 72, 83, 160
Settle, Calvin, 12, 160
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