Tazewell High School - Peak Yearbook (Tazewell, VA)
- Class of 1966
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A JccQ -o -a A ' rt o4— Cb Ay ah f -RobsJtf Sf bU 6 os j r s Publication of the Yearbook Staff Tazewell High School Tazewell, Virginia Editor Linda VanDyke Sports Editor Robert Beavers Business Manager Vicki Beavers Feature Editor Sharon Musick Art Editor Julia Thompson FOREWORD YOU, THE GREEN, BUT " EAGER " FRESHMEN; YOU THE WISE AND " SOPH¬ ISTICATED " SOPHOMORES; YOU THE EX¬ PECTANT, HAFIDWORKING JUNIORS; YOU, THE SELF-ASSURED, CONFIDENT SENIOR -TO EVERYONE AT TAZEWELL HIGH SCHOOL-THIS IS YOUR YEAR. TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION.14 ADMINISTRATION.16 CLASSES.24 SPORTS.84 ACTIVITIES.100 ADVERTISEMENTS.134 Here are the Bulldogs defending their honor against the Golden Wave. Herearesome of the Y-Teen members at their best!!!!!!!!! Everyone appears to be lost as they walk through those memorable front doors on the first day of school. Below: The JV Cheerleaders are entertaining the Big Creek cheer¬ leaders at the half-time of our Homecoming Game. At the left we see our homecoming queen and king being crowned by our school Superintendent Mr. Lester Jones. Below: Julia and Ann arrive on the football field to appear as Senior Attendents in the Home¬ coming Court. Left: Here is one of the student teachers from Bluefield State in Typing Class. Below: Those Senior Play rehearsals were always exciting, especially when you didn ' t know what was going to happen next!!!!!!!! Below: We are all proud of our school as receive the certificate from Accredited S ' ondary Schools. Below: We see the lovely snow queen, Linda Whittaker, and her court in the Xmas Parade. Left: The band made their first ap¬ pearance marching, as they proceed¬ ed down main street in the Christmas Parade. Below: The annual staff did a fine job presenting the Superlative Program this year. Top: The National Honor Society always has something to discuss!!!!!!!!! Below: Examinations are a headache to everyone! ! ! ! The first day of Spring is finally here, and all the convertible tops go down! !! All the Seniors are always willing to devote their time to the halls. The Junior play is presented every year in April. Here is last year ' s play cast in smiles after they have successfully per¬ formed in SEVENTEENTH SUMMER. HailSE r u t f -I •Mr- C ' fv " Tender Is The Night " was the theme of one of the most beautiful proms ever present¬ ed at Tazewell High School!! Graduation is always a sad time for the seniors as they walk through the doors of Tazewell High School for the last time. 13 She spent many hours directing the Senior Play. Among her many hobbies is reading. 14 As sponsor of the Thespian Club, she goes out of her way to make the club a success. Dedication MISS RUTH MACOM We pay tribute to one who has served our school in many capacities . . . as a play director, as a dedicated teacher, and as a genuine friend to her stu¬ dents. She teaches her students with words of encouragement and wisdom giving us ideals and inspiring us to attain our goals. As our class of 1966 receives diplomas, we are not able to express our gratitude to a teacher whose dedication .has far exceeded that of an ordinary teacher. An so with pleasure and appreciation we dedicate the 1966 PEAK to MISS RUTH MACOM. Many problems and happy moments have taken place in our lives since the first day of this year. But as the year soon ends we can look back and see the guidance and help our principal and teachers have given us. They helped us over the rough spots, helped us with our many problems, and shared in our happy moments. The events this year at Tazewell High School will be memories to be cherished by all. Whatever has been achieved by us, we know that we owe much of the credit to our principal and teachers. To our principal and teachers— This is your year. Mr. Eugene Ross Mr. Lester Jones Mr. Claude Van Dyke Principal Superintendent of Schools Chairman of the School Board Not long ago, I came across an old legend of an Eastern Monarch who stepped on a thorn while leading his army into Turkestan. In a great fury he summoned his counselors, and com¬ manded that they cover the whole earth with leather,so that he would never again injure his foot. After long deliberation, the counselors (probably in fear and trembling) returned to him and reported: " Your Majesty, we deeply regret that there is not enough leather in all the world to carryout your command; nor were the leather available would you have sufficient money to buy it; nor were we able to secure the leather would we be able to keep it in place. But, your Majesty, if you will cover your own feet with leather, wherever you go you will be protected, and no thorn can prick you. " How blind this head-strong monarch was, and how immature his ideas! We are all infantile and incapable, until wiser counselors guide us into knowledge and into the larger world well shod. We cannot attempt to remove the world ' s thorns, but we do want to see to it that your feet are covered. (- Mrs. Betty Lawson Secretary Mr. Jay Lockhart Office Assistant Mr. James Hughes Assistant Principal I ! ' ! Mr. Harold Bandy Mr. Carroll Boswell Physical Education Business Office practice class. Mr. Steve Epperly History Mr. Joe Henry Bowen Guidance Mr. J. P. Buchanan Agriculture Mr. Thurman Bush Math and Science Mrs. Nancy Chambers English and Latin Mr. Everette Cromer Science Mrs. Iva Dean English Mrs. Nancy Dunford Business 19 Mrs. Billie Fisher Mr. John Farmer Physical Education d.E. I.C.T. Mrs. Brenda Grose English and Composition Mrs. Polly Hagy Guidance Mrs. Velma Hankla Music Mrs. Lillian Harman Physical Education Mrs. Norma Hayes Biology So this is Chemistry class? Mr. Eugene Hedrick Science Mr. Vadis Hedrick Math Miss Geraldine Hill Home Economics Mr. Robert Miller Physical Education Mrs. Gladys Hubbard Mrs. Madeline Hurt Mrs. Marie Keenan U. S. History English Business Mr. Garland Kidd Economics Mr. Tiff Kiser Math Working hard in shop class. Mr. John Lombardo Math Mrs. Carol McFearson English Miss Ruth Macom English j i Mrs. Mary Lewsi History 21 Mrs. DeMarcy Payne Mrs. Helen Morrison Social Studies Science Mrs. Joan Raines English Miss Altha Rowden Business Mr. Gus Santolla Agriculture Mrs. Frances Simpson World Geography Mrs. Eleanor Smith English and Spanish La classe de Francaise Mrs. Katherine Sword Mr. James Viers Miss Nancy Ward Math Band Librarian Mrs. Jean Walk Business Mr. Barry Wiley Miss Jessie Witt Mrs. Louise Yates Art and Stagecraft Government English 23 A salute to the Classes of 1965-66 for their fine co-operation and loyalty to their school. Only through their support and their willingness has this year been made a success scholastically, as well as, athletically. To the Classes at Tazewell High School—This is your year. SENIORS Class Motto: Let us be seen by our deeds Class Colors: Blue and Gold Class Flower: Blue Iris Five years ago we wondered if we would ever be sen¬ iors. Now we are at the end of this senior year road and we look back with mingled thoughts--some are satisfied, some wish they had done better. However, the future is before us and we must face it. When we become discouraged, we shall look back at our de¬ feats and triumphs--they should encourage us. President.Ann Billips Vice-President.Joe Drum Secretary.Joyce Lefler Treasurer.David Williams Sponsor.Miss Witt r JACQULINE ABSHER LINDA AKERS EDWARD ALTIZER CHARLES ARMENTROUT of ’66 BRENDA ASBURY HILDA BANKS DAISY ASBURY JAMES BARNETT ARLENE ATWELL ELIZABETH ATWOOD ROGER BARNETT DENVER BARTON 27 In 1961, we entered Tazewell High School as eighth grad¬ ers. The change was quite different from what we previ¬ ously had been use to. With the passing of weeks, we no longer wandered in the halls with an inquiring look on our faces. Instead, we gained confidence and organized a spirit¬ ed class. Under the guidance of Mrs. DeMarcy Payne, we held our first class meeting during which our officers were elec¬ ted. They were Darrell Jessee, Linda VanDyke, Ronald Best Seniors: Julia Thompson and Joe Drum Class WANDA BEAVERS ROD BENNETT JAMES BENSON ANN BILLIPS DOUGLAS BILLIPS JODY BILLIPS of’66 LEE BLACKBURN CARTER BOURNE JAMES BLAND DOROTHY BOURNE EUGENE BOARDWINE LOUISA BOURNE NANCY BOOTHE PHYLLIS BOWEN 29 ALICE BOWLING DANNY BOWLING CURTIS BOWMAN PATTY BOYE Sheets and Kenneth Gillespie. Eager to participate in ac¬ tivities, we chose Linda Akers, Ann Billips, Debbie Brew¬ ster and Cookie Russ as cheerleaders to help support many of our boys in football and basketball. As the months quick¬ ly passed, we became involved in clubs, the band and our talent show. Phyllis VanDyke and Conley Jones won first place in different divisions of the Science Fair. In May, we elected Cookie Russ and Linda Whittaker as princesses to serve in the May Day Court. Most School-Spirited: Debbie Brewster and Buddy Young Class CONNIE BREWSTER DEBBIE BREWSTER EUGENE BROOKS BONNIE BROWN GERALD BROWN RONALD BROWN of ’66 BILL BURTON WILMA CHILDRESS SANDRA CECIL LEE CHRISTIAN CHRISTINE CHAPMAN SHIRLEY CHRISTIAN ROY CHILDRESS STEVE CLINE 31 Steve Mock and Cookie Russ were chosen as " Best Eighth- Graders. " As Freshmen, we returned to school once again. We felt that we were a part of Tazewell High, since we had many new privileges and honors bestowed upon us. The leadership of Steve Mock, Linda Whittaker, Phyllis Lee and Greg Cochran as class officers guided our class with the aid of Mrs. DeMarcy Payne. Cornel Cordell was elected S. C. A. Treasurer and some of us were elected to various club offices. Our cheerleaders for that year were Linda Best Looking: David Williams and Joyce Lefler. Class DONALD CRIGGER LINDA CRUEY RANDY DALTON ANNE DAVIS IAROLYN DAVIS I:AROL DUNAWAY of ’66 DELINE DAY BRENDA DUTY COY DICKENS DOROTHY DYE JOE DRUM FLORENCE EDWARDS 33 JUDY FARMER CAROL FOX GEORGE FRENCH LINDA GILLESPIE Akers, Peggy Lutz, Debbie Brewster and Linda Rasnake. Once again we presented our Talent Show and chose for our May Day Attendants Julia Thompson and Linda Akers. Darrell Sluss and George French won honors in our sci¬ ence fair. In the meantime, Linda Whittaker and Pat Lynch were named " Best Freshmen. " " Sophomores! " We had reached the half-way mark in our school career. With the aid of Mrs. Frances Simpson, Best Dancers: Debbie Stevenson and Cornel Cordell. Class MAGDALENE GILLESPII RONNIE GILLESPIE SHIRLEY GODBEY ROSALIN HAIRSTON LACIE HALE DANNY HALL of ’66 TIM HANKINS JAMES HARDY CHARLES HANKINS PHIL HANSHEW JANISE HANKINS CHARLES HARDY BETTY HANKINS 1 VICKI HANKINS ; i 35 TOM HARRISON DAVID HAYES LARRY HENEGAR BARBARA HENDRIX we were led by Greg Cochran, Linda VanDyke, Ann Billips and David Williams. Linda Whittaker served as S. C. A. Secretary for that year. Sharon Musick, Debbie Brewster, and Peggy Lutz provided school spirit as cheerleaders. In the science fair, Pat Tatum and Conley Jones won ribbons for their projects. May Princesses were Betty Hankins and Ann Billips. " Best Sophomores " were Linda Whittaker and Steve Hurley. The year of 1964 made us " Juniors. " Having achieved Most Dependable: Judy Palmer and Leonard Lester. Class EDDIE HERALD T.TMTIA HFRAT.n CARLOS HESS RAY HESS JAMES HON AKER PATRICIA HONAKER DAVID HUGHES STEVE HURLEY of ’66 WILLIAM IRESON DARRELL JESSEE CONLEY JONES JOLENE JONES RAY JONES WAYNE JONES CAROLYN KEENE EDWIN KINSER HOUSTON KITTS JOHN LAMBERT the status of upperclassmen with more privileges, we felt very proud, not only of ourselves, but of our class. Mrs. Eleanor Smith was our sponsor and Greg Cochran, Julia Thompson, Ann Billips and David Williams were class officers. Steve Mock served as S. C. A. Vice-President. Cheerleaders were once again chosen and they were Debbie Brewster and Peggy Lutz. As " Best Juniors, " we elected Julia Thompson and Steve Hurley. May Princesses were Debbie Brewster and Joyce Lefler. Our class was also Most Courteous: Joyce Walls and Howard Puckett. Class RONNIE LANEY ELIZABETH LARGE ANDY LARIMER PHYLLIS LEE JOYCE LEFLER LEONARD LESTER of’66 LINDA LOCKHART DARRELL MONK MICHAEL MARSHALL CLIFTON MITCHELL MANUEL MARTINEZ CHARLES MURRAY STEVE MOCK LINDA MURRAY « 39 SHARON MUSICK DARRELL MYERS DANNY NEWMAN KENNETH NEEL represented by Linda Akers and Joyce Letter in the Home¬ coming Court. Delegates for Girls and Boys State were also announced. The girls were Phyllis Lee, Ann Billips, Linda Whittaker and Julia Thompson, while Greg Cochran, Leonard Lester and Steve Mock also represented Tazewell High School at Boys State. Perhaps the busiest times were those preparing for our Junior Play and the Junior-Senior Prom. Our play, SEVENTEENTH SUMMER, was enjoyed by Wittiest: Sue Witt and Bill Burton. Class BARBARA NEEL WILLIAM NAILLON JOAN NYMAN GLENNIS O ' QUINN JUDY PALMER JUDY PARSONS of ’66 DOYLE PATTON LUCIAN PEERY RONNIE PAULEY DORIS PRI DGEN DONNA PATRICK TOMMY PEAK TIMOTHY PAXTON ROBERT PRIDGEN 41 BARBARA PROFITT ALLEN PUCKETT DANNY PUCKETT SANDRA PUCKETT all and we were proud of those who took part in it. Our prom crowned our year with the theme, " Tender Is The Night. " With this, our junior year closed and we were a- bout to begin another year--one that was somewhat different from all the rest. September, 1965 brought our class together once again. Our class elected Ann Billips, Joe Drum, Joyce Lefler and David Williams and Miss Jessie Witt was our class sponsor. Most Talkative: Carolyn Keene and Fred Whitt. Class HOWARD PUCKETT EDDIE RASNAKE LINDA RASNAKE EDDIE RAY FRANCIS REMINES WALTER RHUDY of ’66 JAMES RILEY DENNIS RUDD SHARON RILEY SHERRY ROBERTSON ROBERTA RUTHERFORD JOYCE SALMON JEANNE ROYALL VIRGINIA SAYERS 43 We received our class rings in October and wore them proudly. This year we also chose our S. C. A. President and Vice-President from our class; they were Judy Palmer and Julia Thompson. Our cheerleading squad was led by Debbie Brewster. Other senior cheerleaders were Peggy Lutz and Joyce Lefler. For Homecoming, Joyce Leflerwas chosen Queen, and her senior attendants were Ann Billips and Julia Thompson. The Senior Class presented " The Mouse That Roared " Friendliest: Ann Billips and Steve Hurley. TOMMY SPRINKLE NANCY STEPHENS DEBBIE STEVENSON CHARLES STONE of ’66 KAREN STONE RAYMOND SUTHERLAND MARY SUMNER TOMMY TESTER DANNY SURFACE JULIA THOMPSON JUDY STREET PATRICIA TATUM 45 under the guidance of Miss Ruth Macom in November. This play involved a large part of our class and was enjoyed by all in the school. In December, many of us took college boards and completed our college applications. Along with the worry and hours of study, there was some fun and ex¬ citement to go along. Senior Superlatives were announced and we saw the best from our class elected. A Snow Court was selected from the Senior Class. Most Studious: Florence Edwards and Darrell Myers. Class LOUIS VILACHI WANDA VANHOOZIER I SHELBY VENCILL JOYCE WALLS JACK WHITE JERRY WHITE of ’66 BRENDA WHITT JOYCE WHITTAKER FRED WHITT LINDA WHITTAKER JERRY WHITT DAVID WILLIAMS MYRTLE WHITT BETTY WILSON 47 PAUL WINFREY MILIA WINNINGHAM SUE WITT BRENDA WRIGHT Class For this we chose Linda Whittaker, Queen, and Joyce Walls, Debbie Stevenson, Linda Akers, and Jody Billips as Princesses. Mr. J. L. Walthall once again wrote the Christmas Pageant and many of the Seniors took part in it. We presented our Talent Show in which our talent was displayed. Next came Easter holidays and May Day, fol¬ lowed by the Senior Banquet. This was to be one of the last times our class would be together. Graduation soon arrived and we realized that this was the end of our brief high school memories. Most Likely To Succeed William Ireson and Linda Cruey 48 LEON YOST Many of the Seniors continue working until the end of a hard year. WILLIAM HOWARD YOST BUDDY YOUNG VIVIAN YOUNG 49 Sponsor, Mrs. Smith; LEFT TO RIGHT: Beverly Cain, Treasurer, Jody Wilson, Presi¬ dent, Sandra Waters, Vice-President, Donna Young, Secretary Class Motto: Your reach should exceed your grasp. Class Colors: Mint Green and White Class Flower: Apple Blossom JUNIORS This year, with great pride and honor, we returned to Tazewell High School with the name of " Juniors " bestowed upon us. This spectacular year, filled with thrilling events is the last step before we reach the goal of becoming " Seniors. " At the beginning of the 1965-66 school year we looked forward to the work that lay ahead in the months to come. As homecoming approached we chose two attendants to represent our class. Because we had worked very hard to accomplish the work of two six weeks, we all looked forward to the Thanksgiving holidays. Just as we were getting rested we had to return to more work and play. Charles Atkins Calvin Alford Howard Alley Randy Altizer William Anderson Chesley Asbury Nancie Asbury Pearl Asbury 1966 Retha Asbury Jenna Barnes Shirley Asbury David Barrett George Baldwin David Beavers Garner Bandy Elaine Beavers Hattie Bandy Janies Beavers Charles Beavers Gerald Billips Jimmy Billips Earl Bird Carolyn Blackwell Christine Blankenship Marcella Blevans Charles Bowles JUNIORS Best Juniors J. D. Payne and Donna Young As we look back we remember the anticipation we all had as Christ¬ mas came rolling around. When the holidays were over we were glad to return to school. This was our last holiday until Easter. During the month of January came exams. We studied hard, keep¬ ing our fingers crossed, hoping we passed them all. Sharon Bowling Phyllis Brewster Ralph Brewster Jim Brooks Pamela Brooks Charlotte Brown Douglas Brown Janice Brown 1966 Joyce Brown Larry Brown John Byrd Beverly Cain Lorraine Browning Debbie Bryant Barbara Buchanan Jampsey Campbell Rita Garner Sharon Case ! Virginia Caudill Darlene Childress Joe Claytor Walter Cole Ethel Colley Linda Collier Kelly Collins Martha Collins JUNIORS I We all had fun at those class meetings. Some were educa¬ tional, while others were just fun. Throughout the year we all looked forward to the class meetings we had each month. This meeting featured the Rock Island Crew. Phyllis Conn Jimmy Cooper Livy Cox Steve Crabtree Russell Crockett Sandra Crouse Douglas Dalton Peggy Davidson 1966 Curtis Davis Zed French William Dowdy Patricia Gilbert Jimmy Durham Cecelia Glaviano Janet Farley Frant Grant Gerald Fields Nannette Green Daniel Griffith Shirley Hager Bill Hagy Darrell Hall Jerry Hankins Margaret Hankins Sue Hankins Homer Hardy JUNIORS Dance, Dance, Dance! Making money to sponsor the Junior-Senior Prom was not always hard work. This is a picture of a sock- hop sponsored by the Junior Class. All Juniors attending, enjoyed it very much. Barbara Harman Mary Harris Mike Harris William Hayton Jane Hayes Linda Herald Vinnie Herald Richard Holmes 1966 Vernon Holmes Gerald Howell Debbie Honaker Norman Howell Reba Honaker Cora Howery Sammy Honaker Judy Howington Flora Horton Vicki Hughes Suzanne Hurley Mike Hymes Pam Jennings Delores Jessee Barbara Johnson Dean Johnson James Jones Margaret Jones | JUNIORS Peggy Jones Anita Kiser Larry Karnes Faye Kiser Ethel Regley Wanda Kiser Kelley Kidd Pete Kouchinsky Bobby Kinder Alfred Lambert Tommy Laxton Roscoe Lester Mary Linkous Mary Little Thomas Linkous Darlene Lockhart Margaret Long Mickie Louise Rosa Louise John McGuire 1966 Erra Lowman Lola McVey James McBride Lynn Meadwell Ronald McCall Ronald Monk Sandra McGlothlin Gary Moore Geraldine Moore Emory Mullins Judy Mullins Bane Mundy Patsy Murray Gayle Mustard Sandy Myers Rae Necessary JUNIORS Barry Neel Rose O ' Quinn James Neel Jerry Parsons Sallie Northrup Johnny Payne Larry Nunley Larry Payne Faith Nyman Maggie Payne Sheila Price Doris Pridgen Joe Pruett Ronnie Puckett Ruth Puckett Nadine Quesenberry Roy Rambo Betty Rasnake 1966 Harriet Rasnick Barry Reese Sandra Robinette Edwind Robinson James Rhudy Billy Roop W. G. Riddle Margaret Roberts Betsy Ross Bayard Rucker Pamela Rutherford Mike Sargeant Linda Sayers Alice Sawver Brenda Sheets Daryl Sheppard Gertie Sheppard Ellen Sheppard JUNIORS As the months went by there was much preparation made for the Junior play and talent show. Several com¬ mittee meetings were held in order to make the preparations. Much ap¬ preciation was expressed to those who helped in the planning and to those who participated in the programs. Kenneth Short Glenda Shrader Jo Shutt Carol Smith Charles Smith Lloyd Smith Mary Smith Darrell Snell ! 1966 i Samantha Snyder Billy Sparks Delmar Street Joe Street Julia Sparks Eula Sutherland Danny Starling Junior Sweeney Gary Stone Hallie Sword Glenda Tabor Wallace Taylor Gerrie Tabor Randall Thompson Virginia Vanhoozier Robert Viney Sandra Waters Betty Watson JUNIORS Just one more hour! Juniors began to apply for the var¬ ious colleges of their choice during the spring. They all kept their fingers crossed, hoping that they would get accepted. Plans for the Junior play and Talent Show are beginningto take shape in February. 1 I Joseph White Joyce White Sam White Jeanie Whitman Connie Whitt Roger Whitt Linda Wilfong Jody Wilson 1966 LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Brown, President; Rennie King, Vice-President; Eddie Meade, Secretary; Nancy Robertson, Treasurer; Mrs. Demarcy Payne, Sponsor Motto: Find a way or make one Colors: Orchid and White Flower: Iris SOPHOMORES In the fall of 1965 we entered Tazewell High School, with eager anticipation, as Sophomores. Even though it was still hard for us to believe, we began the hard work that would eventually make us Juniors. At the end of last year we elected Cherry Harman to represent us as treas¬ urer of S.C.A. She was elected because of her excellent ability. Now, she has served us to the best of her capability. In October we faced the responsibility of choosing a representative for Home¬ coming Court. For this we chose Marty VanDyke who was escorted by Bill Brown. In November it was our duty to choose the Best Sophomores. The possibili¬ ties were many, but we finally cast our ballot. Betty Edwards and Bill Brown were chosen. 66 F Michael Bell Jack Bennett Charles Bishop Jerry Blackburn Dorcas Blankenship Betty Boardwine Herbert Boardwine Betty Boothe Corbett Boothe Brenda Bostic Clara Bourne Lawrence Bourne Rees Bowen Clara Bowling Don Bowling Betty Adkins Danny Aldish William Angles Betty Armentrout Connie Arms Jeff Asbury Johnny Asbury James Atkinson Roy Atwell Shelby Baber Joan Baldwin Phillip Baldwin Bernard Bandy Christine Barrett Myrtle Barrett Dorothy Brewster Edward Brooks Wayne Brooks Bill Brown Brenda Brown Glenda Brown Helen Brown Philip Brown Jerry Buchanan Roger Buchanan Alice Burress James Burress Lawrence Campbell Sharon Campbell Jennings Chambers Lois Childress Norma Christian Joan Claytor Steve Cline Teresa Cline In December we were given a few days off for Christmas. When we returned we began the long hard work for preparing our talent show. The day finally arrived. Many of our classmates participated. They had all worked hard to present a talent show which could be enjoyed by all who attended. The arrival of Spring brought also to our attention May Day. Each homeroom nominated and elected the two girls of their choice. In the May Court were the two lovely represent¬ atives of the Sophomore class. Best Sophomores: Betty Edwards, Bill Brown. 68 Leeanna Cole Betty Colley Thomas Comer Bill Cordle Wanda Cornwell Rickey Cowan Virginia Cox Sheilah Crigger Winford Crouse Wanda Dalton Carol Dawson Carl Davis Robert Davis Charles Dickens Janey Dickenson Roy Dickenson Brenda Duncan Carl Duty Jerry Duty Betty Edwards James Elswick Patricia Es tepp Edgar Etter Kenny Farley Lillian Farmer Kenny Fields Walter Finney Paul Gibson Gean Gillespie J. T. Gillespie Judy Gillespie George Godbey Carl Godsey Cardyn Guy Mildred Hager man 69 f fi Diania Hagy Marie Hagy Cheryl Hale John Hall Garland Hancock Harold Hankins Cherry Harman Danny Harman Robert Harman Susan Harman David Harris Lola Harrison Debbie Hatfield Johnny Hawks Chester Hayes Judy Hayes Larry Hayton Danny Hedrick Brenda Henegar Martha Herald The members of the Sophomore class attended many class meetings. Each class brought us closer to the day when we would become Juniors. The class President always brought to our attention new and interesting activities. We attended our last class party at the end of the year. The party was a very festive and exciting affair. Even though we all had fun, the big event in our school years will be the Junior-Senior Prom. Next year it will be our responsibility to sponsor the Prom. We are all looking forward to next year. Mrs. Hagy speaks at one of the Sophomore class meetings. 70 Carol Lambert Jeannie Lambert Linda Lambert Wanda Lambert Larry Laney O • • Raymond Herald Johnny Hicks Douglas Hutchinson Rachel Jackson Brenda Jones Lana Jones Roger Jones Sue Jones Betty Keen Joyce Keith Phyllis Keith Don Keller Earl Kidd Nancy Kinder Rennie King Donna Kitts Martha Kiser Andrew Kulchar Alderson Lambert Ann Lambert Linda Lawrence Kathy Lawson Brenda Leffel Jerry Leffel Danny Lester ) j a Kenny Larry Linda Linda Bobby Lowe Lutz McBride McCann McGuire Sharon Mabry Darrell Maxfield Eddie Meade Jeanette Meade Jack Meadows Carolyn Melvin Jim Monk James Morris George Mullins Vernon Mullins Blanche Murray Linda Mutter Rita Myres Bobby Necsary Curtis Neel Robert Nicholson Tommy Noakes Elise Northrup Wanda Nunley Wilma Nunley In June of 1966, we officially became Juniors. Our Sophomore year had been a very memorable experience. Each member of the class thoroughly enjoyed all the activities of their class. Now each member looks forward to the Fall, when we will return to begin our Junior year. As we have looked forward to our Junior year, our big aim next year will be the day when we will become Seniors. Physical Education is not all jumping-jacks and touching your toes. Mildred Oquinn Kathrine Osborne Brenda Parks Don Parson Mary Paxton Clay Peery Francis Peery Lois Peery Patsy Peters Bill Petty June Poskas Wanda Phillips Carol Puckett Sue Puckett John Puckett Donna Ratliff Phyllis Remines James Reynolds John Rife Alfred Riley Angelene Riley Carl Riley Pamela Riley Peggy Riley Lena Robbins Inis Roberts Nancy Robertson Brenda Robbins Anne Rudd Billy St. Clair Sharon Santolla Barbara Sawyers Ines Short Roger Robinson Susan Royall Roy Shortridge Janice Shrader Danny Sizemore Lewis Slaughter Mary Slaughter Betty Sluss Larry Sluss Maxine Sluss Beverly Smith James Smith Mary Liz Smith Violet Smith William Smith Larry Snell Doris Sparks Pat Sparks Peggy Sparks Eddi e Stacey Jimmy Sumner Barbara Stevenson Champ Stone John Taylor Edgar Thompson Kenneth Thompson Ronald Thompson Eugene Toney Linda Toney Jerry Turley Sue Turley Linda Vance Marty Van Dyke John Vassar Freddie Vencill Sidney Viney Linda Waddell « Wilma Warden Darrell Webb Karen Whaley Nathan White Wanda White Carolyn Whitt Delores Whitt George Whitt Ora Whitt Owen Whitt Robert Whitt Vivian Whitt Belinda Whittaker Marvin Whittaker Randall Whittaker James Winningham Linda Wimmer Ruby Wright William Wyatt Allen Yost Ralph Yost Becky Yost Ann Young Martha Young Pat Young HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS Coffman--Mary Slaughter Epperly--James Smith Hayes--Betty Edwards Hurt--Linda Boye Morrison--Donna Kitts Payne--Mary VanDyke Santolla--Bobby Necsary Simpson--Edgar Thompson 75 ROW 1-Karen Monk-Vice President, Ricki Johnson-Secretary. ROW 2-Don - ald Pruett-Treasurer, and Grat Atkinson-President. SPONSOR-MRS. BILLIE FISHER. Class Motto: Today we follow; tomorrow we lead. Class Colors: Red and White Class Flower: White Chrysanthemum FRESHMEN With eager anticipation, curiosity and pride, we the Freshman Class enter¬ ed our first year at Tazewell High School. We participated in many extra-curri¬ cular activities, as well as, the various phases of learning. New friends were made and old acquaintances were renewed. To start the year off, class officers were elected to serve us throughout the coming year. Those elected were Grat Atkinson, President; Karen Monk, Vice- President; Donald Pruett, Treasurer; and Ricki Johnson, Secretary. The respon¬ sibility was accepted with much pride and gratitude. We also were proud of the wise choices we had made. 76 Carole Boothe Deborah Boothe Elizabeth Boothe Jerry Boothe Steve Boothe Orval Bostic Tommy Bowen Harry Bowling Karen Bowman Lloyd Bowman Linda Boye Doris Bradley Katherine Breese Patsy Brooks Archie Brown Wanda Brown Lillian Campbell Tina Cantrell Larry Carr Sherlene Case Ruby Casey James Cassell Robert Cecil Wayne Childress Lillian Abel Danny Alicie Deborah Alicie David Altizer Dianna Altizer Curtis Anderson Nellie Asbury Grat Atkinson Peggy Baker Sharon Bales John Barrett Debbie Beavers Inez Beavers Roy Beavers Brenda Billips David Billips Larry Billips Loretta Blackwell Ronald Bland Donald Blankenship Ronnie Blankenship Buddy Blevins Henry Bogle Elizabeth Booth 77 Curtis Cline Gary Cochran Clifford Conn Herman Cook Vickie Cordell Edith Cornwell James Cover Kathryn Cowan Debbie Cox Carol Crabtree Jack Crabtree Roger Crouse William Crouse Debbie Dailey Claude Dalton Randolph Davis Gay Day Irene Dean Ned Dennison Douglas Dickens Juanita Dickenson Michael Dowdy Karen Drum Sidney Dubois As football season drew to its peak our class chose for the first time a Home¬ coming attendant, Louise Grant and es¬ cort, Jack Crabtree, for this special event. Spying upon our class, as Christmas vacation drew near, two of our outstand¬ ing classmates, Pam Shutt and Jack Crab¬ tree were captured and earned the title of " Best Freshmen. " Pictured are Pam Shutt and Jack Crab¬ tree, " Best Freshmen. " i 78 1 f Betty Dunford Dale Duty Shreda Dye Lee Eastridge Patricia Edwards Barbara Elswick Carlotta Farley Paul Farrington Ricky Fisher Douglas Fox Lindsey French Bobby Fugate Tommy Glaviano George Glover Warren Glover Curtis Graham Louise Grant Nancy Greever George Griffith Dennis Grindstaff Gerald Hairston Jackie Hall Mary Hall Wayne Hall I I ) i | Connie Hankins Edward Hankins Linda Hankins Stephen Hankins Jim Harman Ronnie Harman Bill Harmon Letitia Harold Barbara Hayes Patricia Hayes Rita Henegar Donald Herald John Herald Galen Hess John Hicks Larry Hoback Judy Honaker Terry Horn Larry Horn Freddie Howery Dallas Howington Betty Jennings Ricki Johnson Patricia Jones 79 Richard Jones Mary Kidd Debbie Kinder Sara Kinder Eula Kiser Sadie Kiser Sherry Kiser Steve Kiser Terry Kiser Billy Kitts Martha Kitts Steve Kouchinsky Robert Laney Christal Lester Charles Linkous Susan Little Jerry Lockhart Elwood Mabe Charles McDonald Charles Maloyed William Marrs Eddie Martinez Marsha Massie Robert Maxwell Many hidden talents were brought out and applauded as we presented the Fresh¬ man Talent Show of 1966. Highlighting the social life of the class was the class party held in the spring of the year. Business was brought to the attention of the class as we met each month as a uni¬ fied group to conduct a class meeting. Entertainment given at a class meeting. 80 Eugene McReynolds Kenneth Mitchell Gregory Monk Karen Monk Kris Monk Samuel Moore James Moorefield Joseph Morris Danny Mullenaux James Murray Terry Musick Virginia Myers Connie Necessary Randall Neel Rita Neel Thomas Neel Betty Nunley Glenna Nyman Shirley O ' Quinn Carol Osborne Betty Parsons Charles Paxton Lelia Paxton Shirley Payne William Peery Phyllis Pennington Glen Perry Mike Peters Raymond Phillips Wanda Phillips I || Larry Powers Patricia Price David Pruett Donald Pruitt Connie Puckett Jack Puckett I Ruth Puckett Emory Rasnake Sheila Rasnake Mike Ray Sandra Ray Omer Reed Stephen Reed Roger Riley Sandra Riley Eva Roark Johnny Roberts Rebecca Sargent i Janet Severt Doug Sheets Mattie Shortridge Debbie Sharder Rhonda Shrader Pamela Shutt Dennis Silcox Connie Sizemore Beulah Slusher Danny Sluss Banny Smith Charlotte Smith Linda Smith Frances Sparks Mildred Sparks Roy Sparks Judy Stacey Ronnie Stacey Ann Stilwell Mike Stilwell Steve Stinson Suzanne Surface Claudette Sutherland Luther Sutherland English class caught unaware. i As the year grew to an end an honor worthy of respect was bestowed upon one of our fellow classmates when we chose the Treasurer of the S.C.A. Now as we look back with our Fresh¬ man year behind us, we eagerly await our coming years at T.H.S. 82 Daisy Tayborne Brenda Taylor Brenda Thompson Roger Toney Bill Turner Joan VanDyke James Vanhoozer Margaret Vanhoozer Beverly Vincent Betty Viney Mary Viney Mary Viney James Waddell Donna Waldron Terry Ward Harry Walkins Mary Whaley Dave Whitehead Barbara Whitt Steve Whitt Scottie Wickham Gerald Wilfong Alice William Bill William Wanda Williams Kirby Wimmer Eugene Winfrey Thelma Winingham Carol Witt Josie Witt Terry Wolfe Betty Wright Judy Wroaten Darlene Yost Eddie Yost Ernie Yost Mrs. Fisher-Jack Crabtree Mrs. Hurt-Linda Boye Miss Sword-Donald Pruett Mrs. Yates-Eugense Winfrey Homeroom Presidents Mr. Cromer-Penny Martin Mr. Lombardo-Terry Shrader Miss Hill-Grat Atkinson Mr. E. Hedrick-Larry Horne 83 To Our Athletic Teams, congratulations for your untiring efforts in your victories as well as in your defeats. To all those who participated in the various sports at Tazewell High School— This Is Your Year. ROW 1 L-R: Eddie Anderson, Bill Brown, Steve Crabtree, Renny King, Lawrence Campbell, Don Keller, Ray Mullins, Art Cover, Jerry Duty, John Puckett. ROW 2: Bob Pridgen, J. D. Payne, Jim Campbell, Joe Drum, Roscoe Lester, Lucian Peery, Buddy Young, Lee Blackburn, Ronnie Brown, Rod Bennett. ROW 3: Mo Smith, Calvin Alford, Jody Wil¬ son, Bane Mundy, Jerry Blackburn, Steve Cline, Sam White, Ronnie Baylor, Louis Valachi. Scores Tazewell 38 Garden 12 Tazewell 0 Grundy 7 Tazewell 0 Andrew Lewis 16 Tazewell 6 Graham 44 Tazewell 7 Richlands 25 Tazewell 7 Marion 20 Tazewell 6 Big Creek 19 Tazewell 27 Bristol 13 Tazewell 14 Saltville 9 Tazewell 25 Patrick Henry 20 Hey you! Get off my back! After a blazing start in which the Tazewell Bulldogs slayed the Garden Green Dragons 38 to 12, they suffered a six game losing streak. The students this year, however, have shown great enthusi¬ asm and more team support than in pre¬ vious years. With this unyielding support, the team responded with excellent team effort defeating its last three opponents. Thus, going out in a blaze of glory. I told you not to run a quarterback sneak! L- : s s Mm vj • rv. s e n 1 o r Ronald Brown, Center Lee Blackburn, Fullback Lucian Peery, End Louis Valachi, Tackle i Robert Pridgen, Halfback 88 Joe Drum, End I Mo Smith, Halfback Rod Bennett, Halfback Steve Cline, Fullback Buddy Young, Tackle P 1 a y e r s 89 L-R: Mr. Lockhart, Mr. Kiser, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Ross. Coaches Our teams are always fortunate in that they have had the backing of fine coaches. By their hard work, they have built excellent teams and have raised the standards of fair play among the players. Therefore, we pay tribute to them and for their valuable and untiring efforts. Managers L-R: John Vassar, Champ Stone, Tommy Comer, and Tommy Noakes. L. to R., Row 1: Russell Crockett, Larry Nunley, Steven Crabtree, Eddie Rasnick, John Vassar, Steve Kouchinsky, Herman Cook, Dennis Grindstaff. Row 2: Doug Sheets, J. D. Payne, Eddie Stacey, Lee Blackburn, Buddy Young, Roscoe Lester, Ray Mullins, Allen Yost, Ray Hess. Wrestling Thirty straight wins . . . undefeated in the Southwest District for three straight years . . . were only a few of the praises heaped upon the wrestling team of Coach Jay Lockhart. Buddy Young, Roscoe Lester, and J. D. Payne completed the year with a perfect slate-undefeated. These three had a combined total of forty-two wins and no losses. Only through hard work by the team and good coaching could a team compile such a record. There is no substitute for winning and T. H. S. is proud of her Bulldogs. SCORES Grundy 18 Tazewell 40 Saltville 5 Tazewell 51 Big Creek 5 Tazewell 51 Graham 10 Tazewell 46 Marion 19 Tazewell 33 Saltville 11 Tazewell 43 Richlands 5 Tazewell 44 Grundy 18 Tazewell 35 Abingdon 26 Tazewell 27 Richlands 15 Tazewell 41 Big Creek 21 Tazewell 31 Graham 19 Tazewell 35 Marion 15 Tazewell 32 John Battle 24 Tazewell 26 District team What kind of a deal is this? ’ VARSITY Head Cheerleader DEBBIE BREWSTER JOYCE LEFLER Varsity Cheerleader PEGGY LUTZ Varsity Cheerleader GAYLE MUSTARD Varsity Cheerleader DONNA YOUNG Varsity Cheerleader ANITA KISER Varsity Cheerleader Varsity Cheerleaders. FRONT ROW: left to right: Donna Young, Anita Kiser, Joyce Lefler. SECOND ROW: Gayle Mustard, Head-Debbie Brewster, Peggy Lutz. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders. LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Monk, Susan Royall, Carlotta Farley, Head-Marty VanDyke, Suzanne Surface, Pat Young, Betty Edwards, and Ricky Johnson. 93 m rj|k :, . j «| I pB ' $,1 T JM L-R: FIRST ROW: Ronald Monk, Leon Yost, Greg Cochran, Lucian Peery, Danny Sizemore. SECOND ROW: Calvin Alford, Mike Harris, Gary Moore, James Campbell, Pete Kouchinsky. THIRD ROW: Larry Payne, Mike Hymes, Steve Mock, Jody Wilson, Wallace Taylor. Varsity Basketball Coach, Tiff Kiser The Tazewell Bulldogs led by the high- scoring of Greg Cochran and Leon Yost, the nifty ball-handling of Danny Sizemore, Lou Perry, and Steve Mock won many decisive victories. No team can consistantly win with¬ out its substitutes, Jimmy Campbell, Wal¬ lace Taylor, Ronald Monk, Mike Harris, Gary Moore, Calvin Alford, Larry Payne and Mike Hymes were on the bench in time of need. The t am played hard, the support was tre¬ mendous and once again Tazewell was cham¬ pionship bound. I I Leon Yost, Center Varsity Jody Wilson, Guard Pete Kouchinsky, Guard 1 i " L 1 1 Steve Mock, Guard Lucian Peei’y, Forward Ctu v dA-1. Greg Cochxan, Foiward 95 V arsity Workout, Baby, workout! Tazewell 53 Saltville 56 Tazewell 65 Big Creek 71 Tazewell 51 Abingdon 39 Tazewell 37 Richlands 45 Tazewell 49 Saltville 56 Tazewell 68 Graham 56 Tazewell 74 Marion 60 Tazewell 73 Bristol 72 Tazewell 54 Richlands 46 Tazewell 60 Abingdon 57 Tazewell 58 Bristol 55 Tazewell 69 Grundy 56 Tazewell 67 Grundy 45 Tazewell 71 Graham 58 Tazewell 61 Tazewell 59 Marion 69 Big Creek 72 Scores L. to R., Row 1: Ronnie Thompson, Rennie King, George Godby, Champ Stone. Row 2: Lawrence Campbell, Jerry Turley, James Reynolds, Randall Whittaker, Marvin Whittaker. As the future varsity basketball players, we are now gaining experience for the time when we will make the varsity team. We hope to accomplish this by hard training and long practice. But most of all, we are striving for fair play and sportsmanship in the game. TEAM TAZEWELL OPPONENT TEAM TAZEWELL OPPONENT Abingdon 17 37 Graham 9 24 Saltville 33 29 Bristol 29 39 Marion 27 20 Abingdon 54 27 Richlands 40 39 Grundy 41 29 Bristol 34 37 Graham 25 30 Grundy 38 36 Marion 28 32 Big Creek 39 75 Big Creek 31 60 Richlands 29 41 Junior Varsity Basketball 97 FIRST ROW: Brooks Smith, Steve Cline, Bill Hagy, Ron Brown, Lee Blackburn, Bud Young, Lance Yost. SEC¬ OND ROW: J. D. Payne, Steve Crabtree, Roger Murray, Ray Hess, Bill Burton, David Hayes, John Vassar. Track Golf Mr. Ross, Coach, Danny Harmon, Tony Asbury, Zed French, Don Blankenship, Denver Barton. Tazewell High School Sports in Action 99 Our year was not filled with hard work entirely, but with many various activities throughout the year. They consisted of Tuesday club meetings, Friday assembly programs, riotous pep rallies, fun-filled club initiations, and dreamy dances. To all participants in the 1965-66 activities— this is your year. L-R: FIRST ROW: Vicki Beavers, Linda VanDyke, Mrs. Frances Simpson, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Roscoe Lester, Sandy Caudill, Julia Thompson, Calvin Alford, Sharon Musick, Bobby Beavers, Sue Hankins, Beverly Cain. Annual Staff Together with a sincere, dedicated sponsor, Mrs. Simpson, the ten members of the annual staff work diligently through four seemingly endless deadlines. They put forth their best efforts so that the students would have a remembrance of the year 1965-66. The staff endured com¬ plaints and delays but came through in the end to meet their deadlines and publish what the y think is an excellent annual. Vicki, Linda, and Julia discuss the layout for a page. Sharon and Bobby search the files for needed infor¬ mation. Typing chores seemed endless. Sue types as Roscoe calls the names for a page. Sandy, Calvin, and Beverly try to decide how to arrange pictures for a page. 103 ROW ONE: Sponsor, Mrs. Lillian Harmon; President, Judy Palmer. ROW TWO: Vice-President, Julia Thompson; Secretary, Mike Harris; Treasurer, Cherry Harmon. Student Cooperative Association This year has really been a year of change and improvement. Tazewell High School has been the scene of many changes for the past several years, and through many different S.C.A. ' s. However, I feel that this year will be one which will stand out in the minds of the students due to the thought given to the selection of their representatives. Good representatives are vitally important to a hard working, worth-while organization as they determine the successes and failures of any pro¬ ject undertaken. The students of Tazewell High School, each member of the Stu¬ dent Cooperative Association, should be proud of themselves as well as their representatives, for taking such interest and putting much hard work into the many projects attempted and achieved by this year ' s S.C.A. I must give to all these stu¬ dents who cooperated with me and the other officers in every way, all the credit and all my thanks. Without those students who are always willing to give their time and effort to help our school, nothing could have been accomplished. I sin¬ cerely hope that future Student Councils at T.H.S. will have the wonderful rep¬ resentatives and members of the student body like I have been fortunate enough to work with. 104 The S.C.A. is the governing body of the school, but the council is made up of the presiding officers and homeroom and club representatives. Carl Riley was caught by the cameraman when he was giving a report to his homeroom. L-R: ROW ONE: Judy Palmer, Julia Thompson, Mike Harris, Cherry Harmon, Janet Farley, Pam Jennings, Betty Jennings, Vicki Cordell, Linda Lambert, Mrs. Lillian Harmon. ROW TWO: Nancy Greever, Florence Edwards, Ernie Yost, Junior Sweeny, Inis Roberts, Jenna Barnes, Juanita Dickenson, Shelia Price, Jody Billips. ROW THREE: Cora Howery, Bobby Webb, Thomas Harrison, Charles Bishop, Rennie King, Bill Brown, Carl Riley, Lisa Northrup, Robert Cecil. ROW FOUR: Retha Asbury, Steve Stinson, Fred Whitt, Bobby Beavers, Jody Wilson, Greg Cochran, Steve Cline, Ann Billips, Ethel Kegley. 105 Na tional Honor Society ROW 1 L-R: Robert Beavers, Reporter, Vicki Beavers, Treasurer, Nancy Boothe, Secretary, William Ireson, Vice President, Edward Altizer, President. ROW 2: Linda Van Dyke, Julia Thompson, Joyce Walls, Judy Palmer, Louisa Bourne, Phyllis Lee, Linda Collier, Phyllis Bowen, Linda Whittaker. ROW 3: Judy Howington, Mary Little, Florence Edwards, Mary Sumner, Edwin Kinser, Kenneth Neel, Shirley Hager, Sandy Caudill, Sue Hankins, Jo Shutt. ROW 4: Ethel Kegley, Sharon Musick, Zed French, Pauline Herald, Sally Northrup, Ruth Puckett, Lola McVey, Carol Young, Calvin Alford. ROW 5: Jenna Barnes, Joe Drum, Cecelia Glaviano, Debbie Honaker, Vicki Hughes, Margaret Jones, Mary Harris, Betsy Ross, Mike Harris, Steve Mock (not pictured Leonard Lester and Sponsor, Mrs. Gladys Hubbard.) The Tazewell Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized under the sponsorship of the Beta Club in 1959. Membership in the chapter is gained by election of a faculty committee who choose the members from candidates who have maintained a B average in Scholarship, and in addition meet certain standards in Character, Leadership, and Service. In service to the school, the National Honor Society gives a scholarship to aworthy graduat¬ ing senior, compiles and publishes the Honor Roll and writes letters of appreciation in behalf of the school. The National Honor Society Installation. fef I The club visited Washington in the spring. Other points of interest were also visited. The purpose of the Junior Honor Society is to promote qualities of scholarship, leadership, and character. The T.H.S. organization was formed i n the school year of 1959-60 under the direction of Mrs. J. R. Hurt. Since then, the Junior Honor Society has contributed to various pro¬ jects. National Junior Honor Society L. to R., Row 1: Treasurer - Billy St. Clair; Secretary - Lois Childress; Vice-President - JoanClaytor; President - Johnny Hawks. Row 2: Gail Whitt, Brenda Robbins, Martha Kiser, Doug Sheets, John Herald, David Pruett, Debbie Hatfield, Cherry Harman, Karen Monk, Charles Bishop, Nancy Greever. Row 3: Robert Morefield, John Rife, Brenda Bostic, Debbie Shrader, Beulah Slusher, Suzanne Surface, Kaye Cox, Dorothey, Darryl Maxfield, Jennings Chambers, Albert Peery, Beverly Vincent. Row 4: Lawrence Finney, Josie Witt, Carolyn Melvin, Brenda Taylor, Patricia Price, Carol Osborne, Irene Dean, Terry Kiser, Patty Estep, Martha Herald, Wanda Cornwell, Barbara Elswick. Row 5: George Godby, Susan Royall, Bobby Nescary, Lewis Slaugheer, Marty Van Dyke, Eddie Meade, Joan Van Dyke, Peggy Riley, Wanda Lambert, Brenda Thompson, Brenda Leffel, Karen Bowman, Karen Drum, Loretta Blackwell. L-R: FIRST ROW: Era Jo Lowman, June Poskas, David Pruett, Sharon Bowling, Patsy Peters, Betty Armentrout, Louisa Bourne, Virginia Caudill, Debbie Stevenson, Debbie Yates, Wanda Lambert, and Judy Palmer. SECOND ROW: Kathy Lawson, Wanda Cornwell, Mike Cruey, Mary Smith, Brenda Leffel, Danny Alicie, Linda VanDyke, Blaine White, Richard Jones, David Morrison, Sidney DuBois, Linda Collier, Mike Stilwell, Christal Lester, Reece Jones, and Stephen Reed. STANDING: Bobby Kinder, Robert Moorefield, Vicki Beavers, and Band Director, Mr. James Viers. T H S Band " Small in number--Great in Spirit " , This could well describe the T. H. S. Band of 1966. The band played during all of the football games--although they were not able to march. After football season the band made its first appearance as a marching band in the Jaycee Christmas Parade. Later, the band appeared at the District Band Festival at Gate City. In the winter, Tazewell was represented at the All-State-Workshop Band by three out-standing band students -Linda Collier, Era Lowman, and June Poskas. lerr r r1 j t • • s — ——- j l - - G bra- •J — 108 The Band has practiced many hard hours this past year, and they are to be congratulated for their achievements. Drum-majorette, Debbie Stevenson FIRST ROW: Nancy Asbury, Carol Boothe, Inis Roberts, Jeanette Meade, Glenda Brown, Delores Whitt. SECOND ROW: Winfred Crouse, Linda Boye, Pam Jennings, Carolyn Whitt, Janice Shrader, Janice Lyons, Charlie Paxton, Fred Whitt. THIRD ROW: Jackie Hall, Suzanne Surface, Betty Boardwine, Carol Kinder, Phyllis Keith, Margaret Roberts, George Mullins. FOURTH ROW: Ricki Johnson, Chris Lester, Rita Henegar, Brenda Whitt, Brenda Jones, Glennis O ' Quinn, Garland Hancock. Glee Club Junior Music Club FIRST ROW: Zed French, President; Jenna Barnes, Vice-President; Susan Royal, Secretary; Lindsey French, Debbie Beavers, Jennings Chambers. SECOND ROW: Peggy Jones, Elise Northrup, Sallie Northrup, Ricky Fisher, Johnny Hawks, Susan Little, Peggy Lutz. THIRD ROW: Beverly Vincent, Karen Drum, Betsy Ross, Jo Shutt, Vicki Hughes, Suzanne Surface, Cherry Harman. i FIRST ROW: Mike Harris, Ricky Fisher, Johnny Hawks, Billy St. Clair, David Wadsworth, Campbell Peery, Eddie Altizer, Leonard Lester, Edwin Kinser, Bobby Beavers, Lewis Slaughter, Rees Bowen. SECOND ROW: Betsy Ross, Vicki Hughes, Cecelia Glaviano, Kelly Kidd, Art Cover, Charles Bishop, Jolene Jones, Cherry Harmon, Suzanne Sur¬ face, Debbie Beavers, Karen Drum, Carol Smith. THIRD ROW: Karen Monk, Ricki Johnson, Tommy Glaviano, Mar¬ garet Jones, Brenda Leffel, Virginia Cox, Patricia Jones, Barbara Elswick, James Cover, Lindsey French, Steve Kouchinsky, Ronnie Monk, Vicki Beavers, Charles Armentrout. FOURTH ROW: Ernie Yost, Bobby Necsary, Dennis Grindstaff, Jennings Chambers, Zed French, Pete Kouchinsky, William Ireson, Joe Wilson, David Barrett, Larry Lutz, Calvin Alford, Louisa Bourne. FIFTH ROW: Nancy Greever, Susan Royall, Peggy Lutz, Elise Northrup, Mary Jane Harris, Peggy Jones, Pauline Herald, Clara Bowling, Jenna Barnes, Linda Boye, Debbie Honaker, Mildred Hagerman, Sallie Northrup. Societas Latina The Societas Latina, a chapter of Junior Classical League was organized under the sponsorship of Miss Eleanor Jennings in 1962. Its purpose is to promote interest in the Greek and Latin classics and civilizations. The club has participated in many activ¬ ities such as giving a Christmas party, pub¬ licizing Latin Week, and holding a gala Latin banquet. They also send members to the Virginia State Latin Tournament. During their bimonthly meetings, various and inter¬ esting programs are given pertaining to the Societas Latina ' s interests and aims. Sponsors .... Miss Eleanor Jennings Mrs. E. E. Ross President.Betsy Ross Vice-President.Vicki Hughes Secretary.Cecelia Glaviano Treasurer.Kelly Kidd Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . Eddie Altizer lil ' IfSif jjM ' h ‘. if 1 f i ■Li 111 W 1 ..S ' 1 - ■ . 1 WK ROW 1: Buddy Young, Mo Smith, Zed French, David Hayes, Lucian Peery, Jerry Duty. ROW 2: Joe Drum, Steve Crabtree, Greg Cochran, J. D. Payne, Tommy Noakes, Chubby Comer, Manuel Harriston. ROW 3: Francis Alford, Bob Pridgen, Rod Bennett, Steve Cline, Leon Yost, Ron Brown. ROW 4: Roscoe Lester, Jody Wilson, Bane Mundy, Danny Sizemore, Lee Blackburn, Jerry Blackburn. Monogram Club The Monogram Club is responsible for the parking lot at school and the Bulldog insignia in the gym. The club is responsible for keeping order during gym func¬ tions. Also, they sponsor films and dances for the stu¬ dents. Vice Pres. Pres. Buddy Young Mo Smith Treas. David Hayes Sec. Zed French Sgt. at Arms Lucian Peery L-R FIRST ROW: Mrs. Dunford, Sponsor; Phyllis Bowen, President; Beverly Cain, V. President; Debbie Beavers, Secretary; Louise Grant, Treasurer; Sue Whitt, Reporter; Sharon Bowling, Debbie Honaker, Jackie Hall, Beverly Vincent. SECOND ROW: Pat Young, Betty Edwards, Ricki Johnson, Donna Young, Joyce Lefler, Gail Mustard, Debbie Brewster, Marty VanDyke, Susan Royall, Suzanne Surface. THIRD ROW: Ellen Witt, Sandra Crouse, Judy Stacey, Debbie Stevenson, Janise Hankins, Judy Turner. Rebecca Sargent, Connie Necessary, Elizabeth Osborne, Karen Monk. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Campbell, Mary Slaughter, Pam Rutherford, Rebecca Yost, Jody Billips, Rachel Jackson, Linda Akers, Brenda Duty, Carolyn Keene, Rae Ann Necessary, Sandra Waters, Carlotta Farley. Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble! Cheerleading proves to be a tiring job. Once again this hard working group of worthy students took great pride in their work of publishing the school paper. As each deadline approached, they worked harder and harder to meet it. They always came through at the last minute, though. As this year comes to a close and the last paper is pub¬ lished, everyone looks forward to the coming year. Bulldog Staff L-R: FIRST ROW: Carlos Hess, Editor-in-chief; Charles Wyatt, Co-Editor; Dorothy Bourne, Gayle Mustard, Judy Palmer, News Editor; Faye Kiser, Business Manager. ROW TWO: Judy Salmon, Judy Parsons, Lynn Meadwell, Feature Editor: Joyce Walls, Jeanne Royall, Rod Bennett, Sports Editor. THIRD ROW: Brenda Sheets, Debby Steven¬ son, Wilma Childress, Glennis O ' Quinn, Nancy Boothe, Exchange Editor; Shirley Barrett, Copy Editor; Carolyn Davis, Assistant Feature Editor; Dorothy Dye. L-R: ROW ONE: Carlos Hess, President; Dorothy Dye, Secretary; Charles Wyatt, Treasurer; Shirley Barrett, Glennis O ' Quinn, Carolyn Davis, Judy Palmer. ROW TWO: Gayle Mustard, Brenda Sheets, Beverly Cain, Jeanne Royall, Joyce Walls, Nancy Boothe, Faye Kiser. Quill and Scroll Here they study plans and layouts for the publi¬ cation of the school paper. The one aim of the Quill and Scroll is to promote high school journalism. The members strive to ac¬ complish this goal. Through the publication of the school paper they do their best to meet the goal. 1 15 Thespian Troupe 1431 was granted a charter on February 7, 1958. At that time, there were fourteen charter members under the directorship of Mr. H. G. Crouch. Its purpose is to advance the standards of ex¬ cellence in dramatic arts. Moreover, stu¬ dents develop poise and self-control as well as a mastery of the language. In this way, an appreciation of dramatic literature and its techniques is founded. Today with the invaluable aid of Miss Ruth Macom, the troupe presents one-act plays for the school and encourages interest in the district, state, and other dramatic festivals. Thespian Officers: President .... Danny Surface Vice-President . . . Ann Billips Secretary.Peggy Lutz Treasurer.Steve Mock Point-Keeper.Joe Drum Thespians L-R FIRST ROW: Vicki Beavers, Julia Thompson, Debbie Brewster, Judy Palmer, Peggy Lutz, Ann Billips, Louisa Bourne. SECOND ROW: Miss Macom, Sponsor; Bobby Beavers, Joe Drum, Eddie Altizer, Steve Cline, Steve Mock, Danny Surface, Jackie Bundy. The Y-Teens, one of the most active clubs in the school, sponsors the UNICEF Drive and Heart Fund drive. It has previ¬ ously presented an Easter program and this year, its project is to send Christmas cards to area boys in Viet Nam. The club ' s stated purpose is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing the ideas of personal and social living. The Y-Teen Initiation proved to be a fun- filled experience. ROW 1: Mrs. Sword, Sponsor; Carol Dawson, President; Sandy Caudill, Vice-President; Sue Hankins, Secretary; Shirley Hager, Corresponding Secretary; Virginia Caudill, Treasurer; Jody Shutt, Betty Watson, Pam Shutt. ROW 2: Olivia Cox, Flora Horton, Marcella Blevins, Barbara Whitt, Sherry Robertson, Sammie Synder, Joyce Whittaker, Sharon Bowling, Connie Sizemore, Linda Boye. ROW 3: Glennis O’Quinn, Jeanne Royall, Nancy Boothe, Shirley Bar¬ rett, Pat Edwards, Karen Drum, Loretta Blackwell, Matilda Viney, Karen Young, Mary Smith. ROW 4: Bobbie Hayes, Betty Nunley, Barbara Johnson, Belinda Whittaker, Gerrie Thompson, Mary L. Smith, Barbara Buchanan, Wanda Cornwell, Inez Short, Betty Armentrout, Jeradine Moore. Students who are members of the Dis¬ tributive Education Club are enrolled in the D. E. class. Their purpose is to promote leadership and to develop a business-like attitude toward economy. The club ' s aim is to provide a professional organization for its members. The officers of D. E. are: President . . . Vice President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Tommy Sprinkle . Ronnie Sheets Betty Cornwall . Louie Vilacha I Distributive Education L-R FIRST ROW: Ronnie Sheets, Paul Winfrey, Charles Hankins, Bobbie Woods, Larry Karnes, Roger Barnett, Manuel Martinez, Joe Davidson. SECOND ROW: Orville Sluss, Bill Sparks, Homer Hardy. Tommy Sprinkle, James Wright, Rod Bennett, Charles Stone, Eugene Brooks, Louis Vilacha. THIRD ROW: Faye Kiser, Violet Smith, Betty Cornwell, Alice Bowling, Shirley Christian, Jimmy Cooper, Lacie Hale, Cornell Cordell, Sponsor John Farmer. ’I L-R FIRST ROW: Jane Hayes, Vivian Young, Linda Herald, Connie Brewster, Daisy Asbury, Andy Larimer. SEC¬ OND ROW: James Hardy, James Paxton, W. G. Riddle, Earl Bird, Jerry White, Danny Bowling, Vernon Holmes. THIRD ROW: Mr. Farmer, Sponsor. Industrial Cooperative Training Linda Herald works in the office of Dr. H. R. Lutz. The Industrial Cooperative Training pro¬ gram gives the student experience in occupa¬ tional training. He attends classes in the morning and works on the job in the afternoon. In this way, a student has the opportunity to put the knowledge he has learned to actual use. The officers of I.C.T. are: President . . . Vice- President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Reporter. . . . . . . Bill Naillon . . Vivian Young . . . Jerry White . . Linda Herald Connie Brewster i L-R: Miss Hill, Sponsor; Sharon Musick, President; Carolyn Keene, Vice-President of Programs; Judy Farmer, Vice-President of Projects; Janet Farley, Secretary; Carol Guy, Treasurer; Dorothy Bourne, Reporter. ROW TWO: Betty Colley, Chaplain; Chris Lester, Carlotta Farley, Ann Billips, Connie Hankins, Linda Whittaker, Linda Beavers. ROW THREE: Mary Slaughter, Historian; Jody Billips, Linda Lockhart, Brenda Wright, Sharon Campbell, Judy Turner, Betty Sluss. ROW FOUR: Ruth Puckett, Parliamentarian; Vicki Hankins, Vonne Hankins, Sallie Northrup, Sherry Robertson, Joyce Whittaker, Linda Herald. Future Homemakers of America This table setting shows the work of the F.H.A. girls. The Tazewell High Future Homemaker ' s first responsibility is furnishing nurses for the school infirmary. Throughout the year several coffees are given for the teachers with future homemakers serv¬ ing as hostesses. The girls strive to improve per¬ sonal, family, and community living. This year, in¬ dividuality and planning for the future was stressed. But all is not work. Each year there is a Christmas party, a trip to the skating rink, a Valentines buffet anda banquet in the spring with the Future Farmers of America to encourage participation in group ac¬ tivities. 120 The F. T. A. was organized in 1953 as the Susan B. Anthony Club of the Future Teachers of America of our school. The club ' s main purpose is to learn about the teaching profession, its op¬ portunities, responsibilities, and its important role in democracy. They try to cultivate the qualities of personality, character and leadership which are essential for good teachers. Recently, the F. T. A. sponsored a project to enlarge the trophy case. The members serve as guides at teacher ' s meetings and help teachers in many other ways. Members are responsible for some of the attractive bulletin boards in the school. Future Teachers of America FIRST ROW: Mrs. Polly Hagy, Sponsor; Joyce Walls, President; Ann Billips, V.-President; Sallie Northrup, Secre¬ tary; Brenda Sheets, Treasurer; Beverly Cain, Historian; Dorothy Bourne, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Joyce Whit¬ taker, Sherry Robertson, Jeanne Royall, Linda Whittaker, Linda Gillerpie, Suzanne Hurley, Rae Ann Necessary, Linda VanDyke. THIRD ROW: Marie Louise, Carolyn Keene, Mary Little, Linda Herald, Mickey Louise, Pat Tatum, Sharon Musick. L-R: FIRST ROW: Brenda Sheets, Parliamentarian-Reporter; Harriet Rasnake, Faye Kiser, President; Linda Ras- nake. SECOND ROW: Glenda Shrader, Sharon Case, Erra Lowman, Shirley Christian, Secretary-Treasurer; Joyce Brown, Cora Howery, Vonne Hankins. THIRD ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Boswell; Rod Bennett, Vice-President; Lola Mc- Vey, Lee Christian, Butch Hardy, Charles Bland. F.B.L.A. The F.B.L.A. meets to discuss their plans for the year. The F.B.L.A. has been an active club of Taze¬ well High School for several years. The first F.B.L.A. club was set up at the old high school building. After a period of inactivity, the club was reinstated by Mr. Carrol Boswell. The club sold candy last year to raise money for a trip to go to Radford College for a tour. For the club ' s pro¬ ject the club has bought something for the busi¬ ness department almost every year. 122 The Projector Club was organized at Taze¬ well High School by Mr. Everett Cromer. This club offers membership to any boy who wishes to learn proper techniques in audio-visual aids. After a student has learned to operate a projector efficiently, he may be called on at any time to show films in a classroom. In service to the school, the Projector Club ranks among the highest. Lights, Camera, Action! Projector Club L. to R., Row 1: Leonard Lester, President; George French, Vice-President; Larry Horne, Secretary-Treasurer; Eddie Ray; Sergeant-at-Arms, S.C.A.; Don Bowling, Jerry Leffel, Charles Woolbrinch, Charles Armentrout, Jerry Brown, Tommy Laxton, Jimmy Monk, Roger Robingson. Row 2: Sponsor, Mr. Everett Cromer; Blaine White, Lloyd Smith, Billy Hayton, James Jones, Ray Mullins, Larry Lutz, Ty Grant, Freddie Vancill, Don Crigger, Brooks Smith, Barry Neel, Jerry Parsons, Conley Jones. Row 3: John Herald, Thomas Neel, Sammy Honaker, Martin Bowling, David Whitehead, Randy Billips, David Pruett, Randall Neel, John Byrd, Curtis Anderson, Charles Linkous, Richard Jones, Sidney DuBois. 123 Bus Patrol Library Assistants L-R FIRST ROW: Miss Nancy Ward, Sponsor; Tommy Peak, President; Linda Cruey, V. President; Brenda Leffel, Secretary; Karen Whaley, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Sharon Bowling, Brenda Brown, Joann Claytor, Lynn Mead- well, Sandra Crouse, Erra Lowman. THIRD ROW: Larry Hayton, Joyce Keith, Clara Bowling, Pam Riley, Mike Harris, Joe Claytor. L-R FIRST ROW: Mr. Lockhart, Sponsor; Jerry Parsons, President; Larry Horne, Vice President; George Mullins, Secretary; Norman Howell, Treasurer; Dale Conn. SECOND ROW: Bobby Murray, Dorothy Brewster, Betty Colley, Pat Hayes, Martin Bowling. THIRD ROW: Tony Asbury, Darrell Snell, James McBride, Doug Dickens, Sam Honaker. FOURTH ROW: Claude Dalton, James Jones, Mike Stillwell, Ray Jones, Edwin Kinser, Doug Fox. L-R FIRST ROW: Jo Shutt, Patti Boye, Zed French, Mike Harris, Gayle Mustard, James Neel. SECOND ROW: Sharon Bowling, Gerri Thompson, Lindsey French, Kay Cox, Brenda Leffel. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Rhudy, Kelly Kidd, Paul Dalton, Kathy Breese, Rheda Neel. 4-H Club L-R FIRST ROW: Sponsor: Mr. Santolla, President Jim Barnett, Vice President James Benson, Joey Claytor, Treasurer James Neel, Reporter Jimmy Rhydy. SECOND ROW: Bill Dowdy, Jerry Brown, Larry Henegar, Alfred Lambert, Ray Hess. Barry Neel. THIRD ROW: Tony Asbury, Bobby Wood, Bill Crabtree, Kenny Fields, Fred Whitt, Don Keller. Future Farmers of America The aim of the F.F.A. is to improve livestock and crop production. They also organized conservation work with soil, trees, protection of wild life, and the prevention of forest fires. This is the Year that you lived up to your motto: Learning to Do Doing to Learn Earning to Live Living to Serve L. to R., Row 1: Danny Newman, Danny Puckett, Eddie Rasnick, Howard Puckett, Darrell Jessee, Roger Murray. Row 2: Steve Hurley, Ronald McCall, Danny Sizemore, Garner Bandy, Tommy Tester. Stagecraft One of their many settings. The stagecraft class is responsible for the upkeep of the auditorium. The boys assist in stage settings, props, and sound effects and at least one boy must be present while the auditorium is in use. The stagecraft boys are tobecommendedfor their fine work during the year. 127 Left to right: Miss Nancy Ward, Miss Geraldine Hill, Mrs. Polly Hagy, Mr. Joe Henry Bowen. Guidance Without the understanding and guiding hands of Mrs. Hagy and her staff, the students needing direction now in planning for the fu¬ ture would be lost. Many students need careful guidance in preparing their schedules for the coming year. The students at T.H.S. gratefully ac¬ knowledge their thanks to the ones who care, the Guidance Staff. Mrs. Hagy talks with Vicki Hankins about her permanent record. Linda Whittaker The campuses of Radford College and William and Mary College were swarming with delegates to Girls and Boys State who were selected from schools all over Virginia. During a busy week, they learned the princi¬ ples of the different levels of government and put them into action by electing an attorney general, lieutenant governor and a governor, along with other officials. With the aid of in¬ teresting speakers,programs, and lectures, the week-long citizenship program passed quickly. Girls and Boys State will continue to be an unforgettable experience for those who attended. Julia Thompson Homecoming Julia Thompson and David Williams Queen, Joyce Lefler King, Steve Hurley Court 130 Ann Billips and Joe Drum Marty VanDyke and Bill Brown Louise Grant and Jack Crabtree 131 " Who cares? " L. to R., Seated: Debbie Brewster, Joyce Letter. Standing: Joyce Letter, Brenda Sheets, Betty Edwards, Susan Royall. May Day Princesses. 132 " It ' s been a hard day ' s night . An enlarged trophy case shows off our trophies. " Dance, dance, dance!” Three noblemen of ancient Rome? " Whooooooooo? " 133 L-R: ROW ONE: Peggy Jones, Cecilia Glaviano, Margaret Jones, Mary Jane Harris, Betsy Ross, Zeddie French. ROW TWO: Edwin Kinser, Brenda Wright, Joan Van Dyke, Brenda Leffle, Ricky Fisher, Billy St. Clair. Science Projects and Science Fair Winners L-R: ROW ONE: Cecilia Glaviana, Carol Dawson, Peggy Lutz, Margaret Jones. ROW TWO: Edwin Kinser, Billy St. Clair, Lewis Slaughter, Conley Jones. MISS T.H.S. Joyce Lefler 135 To those who keep our school neat and clean, and to those who serve us our daily meal, we express our humble thanks and appre¬ ciation. LEFT TO RIGHT: Grat Wimmer, Wayne Lambert and Jack Davis LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Neel, Miss Necessary, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Profitt, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Ruby Necessary, and Mrs. Necessary Helpers SENIOR STATISTICS AKERS, LINDA KAY-Tazewell, Virginia Jayvee Cheerleader 1,2; May Princess 1; Junior Homecoming Attendant; Snow Court; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1; Science Club. ALTIZER, CHARLES EDWARD-North Tazewell, Virginia Track 1; Jr. Honor Society 1,2; Latin Club 1,2,3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4, President 4; Science Fair 4; Thespians 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Christmas Pageant. ARMENTROUT, CHARLES S.-Tazewell, Virginia Projector Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3; May Day 2,3; Senior Play 4; Christmas Pageant 4; K.V.G. 3,4. ASBURY, BRENDA CAROL-Bishop, Virginia ATWELL, ARLENE-Bishop, Virginia ATWOOD, ELIZABETH WARD-North Tazewell, Virginia BANDY, GARNET-Dix Creek, Virginia Projector Club 3,4; May Day 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2; K.V.G. 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 2,3,4. BARNETT, JAMES ERNEST-Tazewell, Virginia F.F.A. Secretary 3, President 4; 4-H County Coun¬ cil; Projector Club 2; K.V.G. BARNETTE, ROGER DALE-Bandy, Virginia D.E.C.A. Club 4; Band 2. BARRETT, SHIRLEY GODBEY-North Tazewell, Virginia F.T.A. 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; National Honor Society 3; Quill and Scroll; Bulldog Staff 4, Copy Editor 4; Christmas Pageant 4; May Day 1, 2; Semester Girl in Y-Teens 4; Library Club 3; Class Tournament 2. BARTON, HOWARD DENVER-Tazewell, Virginia Golf 1,2,3,4; K.V.G. 1,2,3,4. BEAVERS, LINDA LOU-North Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1,2; F.H.A. 3,4; F.H.A. Camp 3; Senior Play. BEAVERS, ROBERT DENNIS-Tazewell, Virginia Science Fair 1; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Reporter 4; National Junior Honor Society 1,2, Reporter 4; Band 2; Student Council 3, 4; Thespians 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Sports Editor 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Christmas Pageant 4. BEAVERS, VICKI SUE-Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1; Jr. Music Club 1; Junior Honor Society 1,2, Reporter 2; Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 2; National Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4; Thes¬ pians 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Talent Show 1,2; Science Fair 1; Library Assistant 2; Class Tournaments 1; Acolyte 3; Band 4; Annual Staff 3, 4; Business Manager 4; Latin Tournament 2; May Day 1,2. BEAVERS, WANDA SUE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1; Latin Club 1; Y-Teens; TalentShow2; Pep Club 3; F.T.A. 4. BENNETT, ROD ANDREW-Bishop, Virginia Softball 1; Basketball 1,2; Band 1; Track 1,3,4; Football 3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4; S.C.A. 3; Bulldog Staff 4; Monogram 4; D.E. 4; Christmas Pageant 4. BILLIPS, ELIZABETH ANN-Bluefield, Virginia Band 1,2,3; Y-Teens 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Vice-Presi¬ dent 4; Thespians, Vice-President 4; F.H.A. 4; Virginia Girls State 3; Majorette 2,3; May Princess 2; Talent Show 1,2; Junior Play; Senior Play; S.C.A. 1,4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Class Secretary 2,3; Class President 4; Christmas Pageant 4; Friend¬ liest Girl. BILLIPS, DOUGLAS MAC ARTHUR-Bluefield, Virginia K.V.G. 4. BILLIPS, ELVA JO-Bluefield, Virginia Band 1,2,3; Band Club 1; Pep Club 1,2,3; S.C.A. 4; F.H.A. 4; Y-Teens 2; Christmas Pageant 3,4; Homeroom President 1,2; Homeroom Secretary 3; All-County Band 1,2,3; Senior Play; Junior Play. BLACKBURN, HARLEN LEE-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Wrestling 1,4; K.V.G. 2. BOARDWINE, WILLIAM EUGENE-Tazewell, Virginia K.V.G. 2,3,4. BOOTHE, NANCY-Cedar Bluff, Virginia F.T.A. 1; Y-Teens 1,4; S.C.A. 2; Pep Club 3; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Bulldog Staff 4; Exchange Editor 4; May Day 1,2; Christmas Pageant 4. BOURNE, DOROTHY JEANE-Tazewell, Virginia Science Club 1; Science Fair 2; F.H.A. 2,3,4, Re¬ porter 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2; F.T.A. Re¬ porter and Parliamentarian 4; May Day 2,3. BOURNE, HENRY CARTER-North Tazewell, Virginia F.F.A.; K.V.G. BOURNE, OCIE LOUISA-North Tazewell, Virginia Junior Honor Society 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; All-Coun¬ ty Band 1, 2, 3,4; Talent Show 1,2; May Day 1,2; 137 SENIOR STATISTICS Science Fair; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens, 1,2; Thespians 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Christmas Pageant 4. BOWEN, PHYLLIS WILSON-North Tazewell, Virginia National Junior Honor Society 1, 2; F.T.A. 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Y-Teens 2; Pep Club 3,4, President 4; May Day 1; Christmas Pageant 4. BOWLING, ALICE CAROLYN-North Tazewell, Virginia Pep Club 1, 2; Basketball Tournaments 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Science Club 1. BOWLING, DANNY CARR-North Tazewell, Virginia K.V.G. 1,2,3; F.F.A. 3,4; I.C.T. 4. BOWMAN, CURTIS WARREN-North Tazewell, Virginia BOYE, PATTIE ANNE-Tazewell, Virginia F.H.A. 3; Thespians 4; Senior Play. BREWSTER, CONNIE JEAN-Pounding Mill, Virginia Y-Teens; May Day 1; Talent Show 1,2; I.C.T. Club. BROOKS, JONAH EUGENE-North Tazewell, Virginia Talent Show 1,2,3,4; F.F.A.; F.F.A. Talent Show; D.E. II. BROWN, BONNIE SUE-Tazewell, Virginia F.T.A. 2; Science Club. BROWN, DOUGLAS GERALD-Amonate, Virginia Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2; K.V.G. 2,3,4; F.F.A. 3,4; Pep Club 3; Class Tournaments 1,2; Homeroom Vice-President 3. BROWN, RONALD DOUGLAS-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 4. BURTON, WILLIAM STERLING-Gratton, Virginia Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 4; K.V.G. 4; " Wittiest " . CECIL, SANDRA LEE-Tazewell, Virginia Charis; F.B.L.A.; N.H.A.; Dance Group. CHAPMAN, BETTY CHRISTINE-Tazewell, Virginia F. H.A.; Basketball Tournament; Y-Teens; May Day. CHILDRESS, ROY ALLEN-North Tazewell, Virginia Wrestling 3; Track 2; S.C.A. 1; Christmas Pag¬ eant 4; May Day 1,2. CHILDRESS, WILMA LEE-Amonate, Virginia Tri-Hi-Y; F.T.A.; Speech Club; Fashion Show; 10th Grade Play. CHRISTIAN, DELTA LEE-North Tazewell, Virginia LatinClub 1; Basketball 1,2; Trackl,2,4; F.B.L.A. 4; Christmas Pageant 4; Projector Club 2; D. E. Club 3; May Day 1,2. CHRISTIAN, SHIRLEY SUE-Bandy, Virginia Class Tournament 1,2,3; May Day 1,2; F.B.L.A. Secretary 4; D.E.C.A. Club 4; Christmas Pageant 4. CLINE. STEPHEN CRAIG-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Track 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 2; Junior Play; Senior Play; Thespians 3,4; Christmas Pageant 4; 5. C.A. 4; Class Tournaments 3. COCHRAN, MELVIN GREGORY-North Tazewell, Virginia S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3; Monogram Club 4; Class Treasurer 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 2,3; Boy ' s State 3; Homeroom Treasurer 4; All-Southwest District Basketball Team 3. CORDELL, CYLDEN CORNEL-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2; Track 1,2; Wrestling 2; S.C.A. 1,2; Treasurer 1; D.E. II 3; D.E. HI 4; Best Dancer 4. CORNWELL, BETTY LEE-Tazewell, Virginia F.H.A. 1; May Day 1,2; D.E. 3,4; Secretary 4; 1st Place in D.E. Display 3. COX, DEANNA SUE-Tazewell, Virginia Homeroom Secretary 1; Science Club 1; Y-Teens 2,3; F.T.A. 2; Homeroom President 2. CRUEY, LINDA FAYE-Tazewell, Virginia 2nd Place Farm Bureau Book Review; Library Aide 2,3; 1st Place District County Book Review; 1st Place Book R eview in State; Vice-President Li¬ brary Club 4; Classroom Quiz; Most Likely To Succeed. DAVIDSON, JOSEPH RAY-Tazewell, Virginia Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Track 1,2; K.V.G. 4; F.F.A. 4, Secretary 4; Homeroom President 3; Vice-President of Homeroom 2; D.E.C.A. 4; Pro¬ jector Club 1; Pep Club 1. CRABTREE, BILL HITER-Tazewell, Virginia F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. CRIGGER, DON RAY-Bandy, Virginia Projector Club 1,2,3,4. 138 SENIOR STATISTICS DAVIS, ANNIE LEOLA-Tazewell, Virginia DAVIS, CAROLYN JANE-Tazewell, Virginia F.T.A. 1; May Day 1,2; Y-Teens 1; Pep Club 1,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Quill and Scroll 4; Bull¬ dog Staff 4, Associate Feature Editor; Christmas Pageant 4. DAY, DELINE JEAN-Amonate, Virginia Captain of Basketball Team 1; Science Club 1. DRUM, JOSEPH LYNN-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,3,4; Track 1,2; Thespians 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; National Honor Society 4; Mono¬ gram 4, Vice-President 4; Best Senior 4; Vice- President of Class 4. DUTY, BRENDA KAY-Bandy, Virginia May Day 1,2,3; Pep Club 4. ' ' DYE, DOROTHY LEE-Horsepen, Virginia Talent Show 2; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Secretary 4; Pep Club 2; President of News Bureau; Library Club 1; Bulldog Staff 3,4, Copy Editor 3, Bulldog Feature Editor 4. EDWARDS, FLORENCE JOSEPHINE-Burkes Garden, Virginia Y-Teens 2; Junior Honor Society 2; May Day 1; Homeroom Treasurer 2; National Honor Society 3,4; S.C.A. 3,4; Christmas Pageant 4; Most Studi¬ ous. FRENCH, GEORGE ALEN-North Tazewell, Virginia 1st Place Science Fair 1; K.V.G. 1,2,3,4; Pro¬ jector Club 1,2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Bus Patrol 2; Band 1,2,3; 2nd Place in Science Fair 2. FOX, CAROL ANN-North Tazewell, Virginia GILLESPIE, LINDA ANN-Tazewell, Virginia Pep Club 1,3; F.T.A. 4; Library Assistant 1; F.H.A. Fashion Show 3,4. GILLESPIE, WILLIAM RONALD-North Tazewell, Virginia Track 1,2,3; Projector Club; School Bus Driver 2,3,4; May Day 1. HAIRSTON, ROSALIND CAROL-Amonate, Virginia F.H.A. 1; Choir 2; Honor Society 3; F.B.L.A. 3; Choir 3. HALE, LACIE JAY, JR.-Tazewell, Virginia Homeroom Treasurer 1; Football 1; Class Tour¬ naments 2,3,4; Projector Club 2,3; Vice-President 3; K.V.G. 3; Pep Club 3; D.E. Club 4. HALL, DANNY RAY-Bandy, Virginia Projector Club 1; K.V.G. 1. HANKINS, BETTY MARIE-North Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1; Homeroom Vice-President 1; Home¬ room Vice - President 2; May Day Princess 2; Homeroom President 3; Pep Club. HANKINS, JANISE LA VONNE-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Christmas Pageant 4; F.H.A. Secretary 3; Talent Show 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 4; Secretary-Agriculture Depart¬ ment; Homeroom Treasurer 2,3; Homeroom Pres¬ ident 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Class Tournaments 1,2, 3,4; Senior Play. HANKINS, VICKIE JEAN-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Talent Show 2,3; F.H.A. 1,2, 3; Y- Teens 1; Basketball Tournaments 1. HANKINS, WILLARD CHARLES-North Tazewell, Virginia Art Exhibit-1st Place and Honorable Mention 1; Art Exhibit-Honorable Mention; Science Fair 3; D.E. Club 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4. HANSHEW, PHIL RAY-Tazewell, Virginia Science Club 1; May Day 1,2. HARDY, CHARLES THOMAS-Dry Fork, Virginia Band 1,2,3; May Day 3; K.V.G. 3; F.B.L.A. 4. HARDY, JAMES AUBREY-Bandy, Virginia Projector Club 3; F.F.A. 1; Bus Patrol 1; K.V.G. 1; I.C.T. Club. HARRISON, TOM WILLIAM-Bandy, Virginia Wrestling 1,2; Monitor 1; Baseball 1; Field Cap¬ tain; Football 1,2; Class President 2; S.C.A. 4. HAYES, DAVID NICHOLAS-Bluefield, Virginia Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Christmas Pageant 4. HENEGAR, LARRY LEE-Bishop, Virginia F.F.A. 1,3,4; Football 1,2; K.V.G. 1,3,4. HERALD, EDWARD JEFFERSON-Tazewell, Virginia Pep Club 1; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1 . HE RALD, LINDA SUE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1, 2; Basketball Tournaments 1, 2, 3; Homeroom Vice-President 2; I.C.T. Treasurer 4. HESS, CARLOS HENRY-North Tazewell, Virginia Talent Show 1,2; Projector Club 1,2,3; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Bulldog Staff 3,4; President of Quill and Scroll 4; Editor-in-Chief of Bulldog Staff. 139 SENIOR STATISTICS HESS, RAY MARVIN-Pounding Mill, Virginia Football 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Wrestling 3,4; K.V.G. 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. Secretary 4; Home¬ room Treasurer 3. HONAKER, JAMES ARMESTER-North Tazewell, Virginia Homeroom President 1; Football 1; Track 1,2,3; S.C.A. 3. HONAKER, PATRICIA ANN-North Tazewell, Virginia HUGHES, DAVID LEE-Tazewell, Virginia Stagecraft 4; Pep Club 1,2; Projector Club 1. HURLEY, STEVEN WILLIAM-Tazewell, Virginia Homeroom President 4; S.C.A.; Football 1,2; Best Sophomore; Best Junior; Science Club 1; Home¬ coming King 4; Friendliest. IRESON, WILLIAM HARVEY-North Tazewell, Virginia Junior Honor Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Vice-President 4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Presi¬ dent 3; Thespians 4; Science Fair 4; Senior Play; Most Likely To Succeed. JESSEE, WILLIS DARRELL-North Tazewell, Virginia Class Tournaments 1,2,3; Homeroom Vice-Presi¬ dent 1. JONES, CONLEY FREEMAN-Tazewell, Virginia Projector Club 1,2,3,4; Second Place in Science Fair 1, 2, 3; May Day 1; Christmas Pageant 4; Senior Play. JONES, GARLAND RAY-Tazewell, Virginia JONES, MARY JOLENE-North Tazewell, Virginia Junior Play; Senior Play; Latin Club 1,2,3; Y- Teensl; May Day 1,2; Band 1,2,3; Talent Show 1, 2; Science Fair 1. JONES, WAYNE ROOSEVELT-North Tazewell, Virginia KEENE, CAROLYN POWELL-Tazewell, Virginia F.T.A. 1,2,4; May Day 1,2; Latin Club 1; Class Tournaments 1, 2; S.C.A. 3; F.H.A. 3, 4, Vice- President 4; Pep Club 3,4; Most Talkative; Sen¬ ior Play; F.T.A. Parliamentarian 1; Talent Show 1; Y-Teens 2. KINSER, EDWINCARROLL-Clear Fork, Virginia F.F.A. 1; Junior Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Science Fair 1,3, 3rd Place 3, Honorable Mention 1; Army Award for Medicine at Roanoke District Science Fair 3; Science Projects Club 3,4; K.V.G. 1; Ac¬ olyte 3; Glee Club 1,2; Bus Patrol 4; Christmas Pageant 4. LAMBERT, JOHN WAYNE-North Tazewell, Virginia K.V.G. 3,4; F.F.A. 3,4. LANEY, RONNIE JESSE-Pounding Mill, Virginia Golf Team 2,3. LARGE, ELIZABETH MAY-North Tazewell, Virginia Glee Club 1,2. LEE, PHYLLIS LOUISE-Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1,2; F.T.A. 1,2, Treasurer 1; Class Sec¬ retary 1; Band 1,2,3; Science Fair 3; All-County Band 1,3; Band Librarian 3; Homeroom Secretary 2; Girl ' s State 4; National Junior Honor Society 1,2, Vice-President 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Christmas Pageant 4. LEFLER, JOYCE ANNE-Bandy, Virginia Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Homecoming At¬ tendant 3; Homecoming Queen 4; May Day 2; May Princess 3; Class Secretary 4; Homecoming Pres¬ ident 4; Best-Looking Girl; Class Tournaments 3, 4. LESTER, LEONARD ARNOLD-North Tazewell, Virginia Track 2; National Junior Honor Society 1,2; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 4; Projector Club 4, President 4; Chaplain of Senior Class. LINKOUS, LARRY WAYNE-North Tazewell, Virginia Glee Club 1,2; Science Club 1; K.V.G. 3,4; Pro¬ jector Club 3. LOCKHART, LINDA LORRAINE-Tazewell, Virginia F.T.A. 1; Y-Teens 1, 2; Pep Club 3; F.H.A. 4; Christmas Pageant 4. LUTZ, PEGGY RAE-Tazewell, Virginia Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Captain of J.V. Cheerlead¬ ers; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4, Secretary 4; Junior Music Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Talent Show 2,3; May Day 1,2,3; Latin Club 4; Winner of Essay on Education 3; Science Fair 3, 3rd Place. MARSHALL, MICHAEL EUGENE-Horsepen, Virginia MARTINEZ, MANUEL RE GO-Tazewell, Virginia D.E.C.A. MITCHELL, CLIFTON CURTIS-North Tazewell, Virginia SENIOR STATISTICS MITCHEM, SHIRLEY BEAVERS-North Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1,2; PepClub 3; Quill and Scroll 3, Vice- President 4; Bulldog Staff 3,4; Club Editor; Art Editor; Christmas Pageant 4; May Day 1,2; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3; Class Tournaments 2. MOCK, CHARLES STEVEN-Tazewell, Virginia Basketball 1,2,3,4; President of Class 1, S.C.A. 1,3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Thespians 3,4; Jun¬ ior Honor Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4. MONK, DARRELL VAUGH-Amonate, Virginia Band 1,2; K.V.G. 1,2,3; Homeroom Vice-President 2 . MUSICK, SHARON KAYE-North Tazewell, Virginia S.C.A. 3; May Day 1,2; Science Fair 1; Library Club 1; Cheerleader 2; Pep Club 2; National Honor Society 3; Library Assistant 2,3; F.H.A. 3,4, Pres¬ ident 4; Annual Staff 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Senior Play 4; Christmas Pageant 4. MYERS, DARRELL RAY-Cedar Bluff, Virginia Most Studious Boy. NEEL, BARBARA ANN-Bastain, Virginia May Day 1,2; Art Exhibit 3; Science Fair 4; S.C.A. 1 . NEEL, KENNETH RAY-North Tazewell, Virginia Projector Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Senior Play. NEWMAN, DANNY RAY-North Tazewell, Virginia Glee Club 1; Projector Club 2; Lettering 1; Stage¬ craft 4; S.C.A. 1. NYMAN, JOAN EVADYNE-North Tazewell, Virginia National Honor Society 1; F.H.A. 1. O ' QUINN, GLENNIS FAYE-Cedar Bluff, Virginia F.T.A. 1; Y-Teens 1,4; Class Tournaments 2,4; Pep Club 2,3; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Bulldog Staff 3,4, Business Manager 3, Art Editor 4; Choir 4. PALMER, JUDITH GAIL-North Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Librarian 3; All-Coun¬ ty Band 2,3,4; Junior Honor Society 1,2, Secretary 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Presi¬ dent 3; Thespians 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Quill and Scroll 4; Bulldog Staff 4; News Editor 4; S.C.A. President 4; S.C.A. Workshop at Radford College 3; S.C.A. Convention at Martinsville 3; May Day 1; Talent Show 2; Most Dependable 4; Science Fair 2; Christmas Pageant 4. PARSONS, JUDY EVELYN-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Y-Teens 3; Bulldog Staff 4. PATRICK, DONNA JEAN-North Tazewell, Virginia PAULEY, RONNIE WAYNE-Bandy, Virginia K.V.G. 1,2,3,4. PEAK, THOMAS CARL-North Tazewell, Virginia Glee Club 1,2; Thanksgiving Program 4; Library Aide 1,2,3,4, President 4. PEERY, LUCIAN HAROLD-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Track 3. PRIDGEN, CAROLYN LINDA-North Tazewell, Virginia Speech Arts; N.H.A.; Library Aide. PRIDGEN, ROBERT HENRY-North Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Band 1,2, 3; Dance Group 1; Monogram Club 1. PROFFITT, BARBARA ANN-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 2. PUCKETT, JAMES DANIEL-Tazewell, Virginia Bus Patrol 1,2; Stagecraft 4. PUCKETT, SANDRA LOUISE-North Tazewell, Virginia Glee Club Musical 2; Christmas Pageant 3; Senior Play; Christmas Pageant 4. RASNAKE, EDDIE ARNOLD-Bandy, Virginia Wrestling 2,3,4; Projector Club 1,2; Class Tour¬ naments 1,2,3; Stagecraft 4. RASNICK, LINDA SUE-North Tazewell, Virginia F.B.L.A. 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Tal¬ ent Show 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Class Tournaments 1,2,3,4. REMINES, FRANCES LYNNE-North Tazewell, Virginia RHUDY, WALTER LEVI K.V.G. 1,2,3; F.F.A. 3,4. RILEY, JAMES ALAN-North Tazewell, Virginia RILEY, SHARON KAY-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1, F.B.L.A. 2. ROBERTSON, SHERRY LYNNE-Tazewell, Virginia 141 SENIOR STATISTICS French Club 1; Y-Teens 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; F.H.A. 4; Homeroom President 2; Homeroom Vice-Presi¬ dent 4; Homeroom Treasurer 3; Majorette 1,2,3,4, Head Majorette 3; Feature Twirlers 3,4; All-Coun¬ ty Band 1. ROYALL, JEANNE BOWEN-Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens, 3,4; Junior Music Club 1; F.T.A. 1,2,3, 4; Latin Club 1; Bulldog Staff 3,4; Class Tourna¬ ments l;Tatler Staff 3; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Tal¬ ent Show 1,4; May Day 1,2; Glee Club 2; Y-Teens Conference 3; Senior Play; Christmas Pageant 4. RUDD, DENNIS ARNOLD-Bandy, Virginia K.V.G. 2,3; Projector Club 1; Science Club 1. SALMON, JOYCE ANN-Tazewell, Virginia S.C.A. 1; Bulldog Staff 4. SAYERS, VIRGINIA CAROL-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1. SEVERT, BARBARA JANE-Tazewell, Virginia Science Club 1; F.H.A. 4. SHRADER, CLAUDE DANNY-Blue field, Virginia K.V.G. 1,2. SLUSS, ORVILLE DUANE-Bluefield, Virginia Science Fair 1,2, 3rd Place Winner 1; D.E.C.A. 4. SMITH, BROOKS FORTER-Tazewell, Virginia K.V.G. 1, 2; Homeroom President 1; Projector Club 1; Football 1,2; Class Tournaments 1,2,3. SMITH, ELMORE BOGARD-North Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Track 1,2; Band 1,2; Monogram 1, Vice-President; Dance Group 1,2. STEVENS, NANCY ELIEN-North Tazewell, Virginia F.H.A. 2. STEVENSON, DEBBIE JEAN-Tazewell, Virginia Pep Club 4; Talent Show 3,4; Senior Play; Home¬ room Secretary 1,3; Letter Girl 2; Majorette 3; Drum Majorette 4; Snow Court 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Best Dancer. STONE, CHARLES JEFFERSON-Tazewell, Virginia Band Club; F.F.A.; D.E. Club. STONE, KAREN YVONNE-Tazewell, Virginia STREET, JUDITH ANN-Pounding Mill, Virginia May Day 2. SUMNER, MARY EVELYN-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Y-Teens 2; Junior Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Klassroom Kwiz 4; Christmas Pageant 4; Scholarsnip Award 3. SURFACE, DANIEL HUFFORD-Tazewell, Virginia Homeroom Treasurer 4; Junior Play, Producer; Thespians 3,4, President 4; Senior Play 4; Christ¬ mas Pageant 4. SUTHERLAND, PAUL RAYMOND-North Tazewell, Virginia Basketball 1,2,3,4; Projector Club 1,2; Band 1,2; Stagecraft 4; Class Tournaments 1,3,4; Office Aide 3,4; Senior Play; Homeroom Treasurer 2. TATUM, PATRICIA ANN-North Tazewell, Virginia Freshman Class Secretary 1; 4-H Club 1; S.C.A. 1; May Day 1,2; Science Fair Winner 2; Y-Teens 2; Voice of Democracy Contest 3; Thanksgiving Program 3; F.T.A. 4; Christmas Pageant 4; Jun¬ ior Honor Society 1,2. THOMPSON, JULIA WARD-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2, Princess 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2, President 2; LatinClub 1,2,3; Junior Music Club 1,2,3; Science Fair 3; National Honor Society 3,4; S.C.A. Vice-President 4; Thespians 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Best Junior; Best Senior; Girls ' State 3; Talent Show 1,2; Virginia Science and Hu¬ manities Program at Charlottesville 2; Homecom¬ ing Court 4; Class Vice-President 3; Y-Teens 2; Homeroom Vice-President 1; Acolyte 3; Annual Staff 3,4, Art Editor 4. TESTER, WILLIAM THOMAS-Bishop, Virginia D.E. Club 4; Senior Play 4; Christmas Pageant 4. TURNER, AILEEN LOUISE-Cedar Bluff, Virginia S.C.A. 1; May Day 1. TURNER, JUDITH GALE-Tazewell, Virginia F.T.A. 2, 3; F.H.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Y-Teens 2,3; Christmas Pageant 4. TUTTLE, HILDA LEE-Bishop, Virginia Latin Club 1; Cheerleader 2; Beta Club 2; Athletic Club 2; Honor Society 2; Pep Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Pep Club 3. VAN DYKE, LINDA ANN-Tazewell, Virginia F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Majo r¬ ette 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Alternate for Girls State; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Y-Teens 1, 2; Annual Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Talent Show 2,3,4; Senior Play; Band Club 1; All-County Band 2,3; Junior Play; Christmas Pageant 4; Thespians 4. VANHOOZIER, WANDA ANN-Tazewell, Virginia Science Club 1; May Day 1, 2; Spelling Bee 1; Christmas Pageant 4. 142 SENIOR STATISTICS VENCILL, SHELBY JEAN-Pounding Mill, Virginia S.C.A. 4. VILACHA, LOUIS RAYMON-North Tazewell, Virginia S.C.A. 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1; Track 1; Talent Show 1,2; K.V.G. 1,2,3; Pep Club 2; Mono¬ gram 2,3,4; D.E.C.A. 4, Treasurer 4. WALLS, JENNIFER JOYCE-Bishop, Virginia Dramatics Club 1, Secretary 1; National Junior Honor Society 2; May Day 2; F.T.A. Secretary 3, President 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Y-Teens 3; Bulldog Staff 3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Senior Play; Most Courteous; Thespians 4. WHITT, BRENDA ROSE-North Tazewell, Virginia Glee Club 1,3,4. WHITE, JACK WAYNE-Tazewell, Virginia K.V.G. 1,2; F.F.A. 1; Pep Club 1,2; Projector Club 2; Class Tournaments 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. WHITE, JERRY LEE-Tazewell, Virginia Pep Club 1,2,3; Talent Show 1,2; Band 1,2,3; S.C.A. 2; I.C.T. 3,4, Secretary 4; All-County Band 2. WHITT, FRED JENNINGS-North Tazewell, Virginia F.F.A. 2,3,4; K.V.G. 2,3,4; Track 1,2,4; Christmas Pageant 4; Senior Play; Most Talkative 4; May Day 1,2; S.C.A. 4. WHITT, TERRY MACK-Bandy, Virginia F.F.A. 1; K.V.G. 1. WHITT, MYRTLE VIRGINIA-North Tazewell, Virginia WHITTAKER, LINDA MARIE-Tazewell, Virginia Best Freshman; Y-Teens 1; Vice-President 1; Vice-President of Class 1; Junior Honor Society 1,2; Letter Girl 1,2; Majorette 3; Best Sophomore; Secretary of S.C.A. 2; S.C.A. State Convention 2; Talent Show 3; Christmas Pageant 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; S.C.A. 3; F.T.A. 4; F.H.A. 4; Girl ' s State 3; Band 1,2,3; Snow Queen 4. WILLIAMS, DAVID CAROLL-Bluefield, Virginia Science Club 1; Homeroom Treasurer 1; Pep Club Treasurer 2; Homeroom Vice-President 2; Pep Club Secretary 3; Pep Club 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; S.C.A. 4; K.V.G. 4; Homecoming Court 4; Best Looking; Football 1,2,3. WILSON, BETTY CAROL-North Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1. WINFREY, PAUL HENREY-Tazewell, Virginia School Choir 1,2,3; Dramatic Club 3; Track 1; D.E.-I.C.T. 4; T.C.H.-S.P.A. 1,2. WINNINGHAM, MILIA-North Tazewell, Virginia Library Club 2,3; Glee Club 1,2. WITT, EMILY SUE-North Tazewell, Virginia Homeroom President 1; Homeroom Secretary 2; Y-Teens 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Homeroom Secretary 3; Pep Club Reporter 4; Wittiest. WRIGHT, BRENDA DARLENE-North Tazewell, Virginia F.T.A. 1; Y-Teens 1,2; May Day 1; Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 2; Pep Club 3; F.H.A. 4; Christmas Pageant 4. WRIGHT, JAMES EDWARD-North Tazewell, Virginia Wrestling 1,2,3; Monogram 2; Foot ball 3; D.E 0 C.A„ 4. WYATT, CHARLES WYATT-Tazewell, Virginia 5. C.A. 1; Wrestling 1, 3; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Treasurer 4; Bulldog Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 4. YOST, ANTHONY LEON-Bandy, Virginia Track 1; Pep Club 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Monogram Club 4; May Day 2, Christmas Pageant 4. YOST, WILLIAM HOWARD-Tazewell, Virginia YOUNG, CHARLES ANDREW-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 4. YOUNG, VIVIAN SUE-Tazewell, Virginia I.C.T. Club President 4; May Day 1,2,3; Latin Club 3. 143 To all merchants who advertise in The Peak, please accept our thanks. 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