Tazewell High School - Peak Yearbook (Tazewell, VA)
- Class of 1967
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. ■ mi m Iffi 3 :==: IS53 fill 3 3; !sss :==: S: Sal sa: sss: Twt mu i ■ iSSSSSS—« tgl SIS! [ISIS f |SSS |jS3E ON . Iff gr Pr-fl r«w5| _ J " " 1 90000000 96 ' 7 PUBLISHED BY THE YEARBOOK STAFF OF TAZEWELL HIGH SCHOOL Tazewell, Virginia Editor: Sandy Caudill Business Manager: Nancy Robertson 3 Because of Peggy and her office help, things run smoothly. ... Mr Ross and Mr. Speeks, Supervisor of Secondary Education, discuss the school program. 4 Mrs. Harmon consults with SCA President Mike Harris, as he makes plans for nomination of SCA officers for the coming year. Guidance comes in the office or in the hall when time permits. Guiding young people requires much preparation and time. 5 LEFT: All physical education classes aren ' t touchingtoes and jumping jacks. Here, a class enjoys a game of volleyball. RIGHT: Demonstration is an essential part of classroom in¬ struction as can be seen here, as Gerri Hill, home economics teacher demonstrates the cor¬ rect way to use the machine. LEFT: Mrs. Norma Hayes, biology teacher, explains the anatomy of a frog to students. .. .a i Activities include activity period which brings to us speakers, plays, music, pep rallies; all those things which make for an active and happy year. The knowledge and the understand¬ ing of hand skills in industry can be found through classroom instruction. For many, the future holds a position in the business world. Without classroom instruction, these students could not reach their goals in the business fields. The draftsman plays an important part in the world today. In order to have a secure future it is necessary to train young men to carry out their jobs properly. This can be accomplished through the instruction supplied by classes. 10 we ( fA ' (z-i r Me For some of us the future means homemaking For others it means government. For still others, the future means traveling . 1 FOREWORD As we, the graduating class of 1967, step through the threshold to higher learn¬ ing, we leave this edition of the yearbook. Within these few pages are found memories of past events that have helped to make up this school year. As years go by, each of us will recall the fun-filled times that we have spent . . . Through these Doors. CONTENTS Dedication.. 14 Administration. 16 Classes. 24 Sports.. 80 Activities.. 96 Advertisements.142 DEDICATION To the one who rejoices with us in victory, and consoles us in defeat, who teaches sports¬ manship day by day, and gives to us, the students, the best part of himself we dedicate this the 1967 Peak to Charles Tiffany Kiser. As was said twenty years ago in the 1947 Peak " Tiff is a real sportsman and a true friend. " His favorite pastime, other than eating, is reading the paper. Seating the students in the gym. His ambition was to be a coach. Speaking to the student body on sportsmanship. . r There are many happy moments and a few sad ones that everyone encount¬ ers from school year to school year. The many happy ones are made possible through the guidance given to us by our principal and teache rs. They have also helped us during the few sad moments we may have experienced. Through it all, many wonderful memories linger in the minds of all. These unforgettable times can all be found Through these Doors s ft If graduation meant the end of learning, it would be, indeed, a day of sadness and gloom. But fortunate we are that we never stop learning, and that we learn something from everyone we meet. The following is a true account, told by a doctor, of two lepers, who have much to teach us. " A small man, cured of leprosy, but suffering the complications of the disease, was left with destroyed and deformed features: one seeing eye, one functioning hand, no feet. He is always seated on the shoulders of a tall man, similarly cured, but totally bline, without features or hands, but able to walk. A sympathetic bond was struck up between these two patients, who, between them, possessed one eye, one hand, two feet. Quite independent of assistance, and by virtue of their mutual devotion and trust, they were able to exchange talents that made for a full life for both. So sensitive was their relationship that they were never happy when separated . . . These two men were by far the happiest patients in the Leprasarium, for they gave as much as they received, whereas the others were mere recipients. " And then the good doctor adds: " Mutual sympathy and generosity of spirit appears to be the secret of true happiness, and is indeed the hallmark of a civilized man. It breeds tolerance and a social conscience. Without it, even the most civilized and educated are less than savages. Mr. Claude Van Dyke Chrman. of School Board r. E. E. Ross rincipal Mr. Ellis Fields Ass ' t Principal Mr. Lester Jones Supt. of Schools Mrs. Peggy Lawson Secretary William Akers English Harold Bandy Physical Education Harriet Beavers Business J. P. Buchanan Agriculture Joyce Buchanan Science Thurman Bush Science Nancy Chambers English and Latin Martha Chudinna Business Everette Cromer Science Mr. James Smith, student teacher from Bluefield State, Bluefield, West Virginia. Iva Dean English Emmy Dennison History Nancy Dunford Business Katherine Epperly English Steve Epperly History Billie Fisher Physical Ed. Gerri Graham Business Polly Hagy Guidance Paula Hale Mathematics Velma Hankla Music 20 Lillian Harman Physical Education Norma Hayes Biology Garnett Higginbotham English Geraldine Hill Home Economics Gladys Hubbard History Madeline Hurt English Marie Keenan Business Tiff Kiser Math Betty Jo Lambert Math Mary Lewis History Jay Lockhart D.E. - I.C.T. John Lombardo Math Ruth Macom English Helen Morrison Biology DeMarcy Payne History Dave Rider Physical Ed. Gus Santolla Agriculture Tom Shortt English Frances Simpson World Geography Eleanor Smith Spanish and French James Viers Band Jean Walk Business Nancy Ward Librarian Barry Wiley Art and Stagecraft Louise Yates English Miss Mary Lewis explains the work¬ ings of the government. 22 AS WE HAIL !!!!!!!!!!!! SEE THEM Where ' s the choir! Look you !!!!!!!!!!!! They enjoyed the Prom too !!!!! ' It has often been said that the happiest days of anyone ' s life are those that are spent in school. While in school, every individual develops his own person¬ ality and sets his goal in life. With the education he receives through the class¬ room, his goal in life will soon be reached. He is more apt to reach his goal in life using the education that has been made possible for him-Through these Doors . 25 SENIORS MOTTO: COLORS: FLOWER: Your reach should exceed your grasp. Mint Green and White Apple Blossom " Seniors, " that title we had esteemed so highly and which we obtained only through five years of hard work is now ours. The name has been well earned and long awaited. Five years is no short time in our lives and we will always remember that big game we won, a special date, the Junior-Senior Prom, and receiving our class rings. However, the past is behind us now and we have only the future to look forward to. May each of us profit by our triumphs and defeats as we leave dear ' ole ' T.H.S. and search for the road to success. Sponsor: Miss Lewis LEFT TO RIGHT: Calvin Alford, Treasurer; Janet Farley, Secretary; Steve Crabtree, Vice-President; Zeddie French, President CHARLES ADKINS CALVIN ALFORD HOWARD ALLEY RANDY ALTIZER OF ’67 CHRISTINE ANNIS PEARL ASBURY RETHA ASBURY TONY ASBURY ROGER ATWELL DAVID BARRETT CLASS In the fall of 1962, 287 curious 8th graders entered T.H.S. To put it mildly, we were lost. Slowly we became accustomed to this new life and began to learn the names that belonged to all those strange and new faces. With the help of Mrs. Helen Tiller, our sponsor, we elected class officers. They were Pres. Suzanne Hurley, V. Pres., Zeddie French, Sec., Jody Wilson and Treas. Lorraine Brooks. To help support many of our boys in foot¬ ball and basketball we chose Jean Whitman, Gayle Mustard, Sandy Waters,Wanda Dickenson, Louise Weaver, and Anita Kiser as cheerleaders. As the months flew by we joined various organizations and participated in many extracurricular activi¬ ties. This isn ' t posed, just his natural position! ! ! ! DAVID BEAVERS JIMMY BILLIPS CHARLES BEAVERS JERRY BILLIPS JENNA BARNES JIMMY BEAVERS 28 OF ’67 CAROLYN BLACKWELL CHRISTINE BLANKENSHIP MARCELLA BLEVINS KATIE BOWEN CHARLES BOWLES SHARON BOWLING DANNY BREWSTER PHYLLIS BREWSTER JIMMY BROOKS LUSTER BROOKS PAM BROOKS DOUG BROWN 29 JOYCE BROWN LARRY BROWN LORRAINE BROWNING DEBBIE BRYANT EARL BYRD SHARON CASE BARBARA BUCHANAN BEVERLY CAIN JACKIE BUNDY RITA CARNER 30 SANDY CAUDILL VIRGINIA CAUDILL JOE CLAYTOR OF ’67 ETHEL COLLEY MARTHA COLLINS LINDA COLLIER ART COVER KELLEY COLLINS OLIVIA COX 31 CLASS Remember when? ??????? We now felt as though we were apart of this school and chose Gayle Mustard and Jody Wil¬ son as Best Eighth Graders. In the spring, we selected Jo Shutt and Sandy Waters as May Day Princesses to round a rewarding year. With one year of high school behind us, we the Freshman Class returned to high school full of plans and expectations. This year with Mrs. Payne as our sponsor, we chose Jo Shutt as President, V. P. Jody Wilson, Debbie Yates as Secretary and Barbara Johnson as Treasurer. We elected Suzanne Hurley as SCA representative. Gayle Mustard, Anita Kiser and Sandra STEVE CRABTREE RUSSELL CROCKETT DOUG DALTON MIKE DILLOW BILL DOWDY JIMMY DURHAM OF ’67 JANET FARLEY GERALD FIELDS ZED FRENCH PAT GILBERT CECELIA GLAVIANO TY GRANT NANNETTE GREEN DANNY GRIFFITH SHIRLEY HAGER BILL HAGY DARRELL HALL JERRY HANKINS MARGARET HANKINS SUE HANKINS HOMER HARDY BARBARA HARMAN CLASS MARY JANE HARRIS BILL HAYTON MIKE HARRIS JANE HAYES LINDA HERALD PAULINE HERALD 34 RICHARD HOLMES VERNON HOLMES DEBBY HONAKER REBA HONAKER OF ’67 HUBERT HORNE FLORA HORTON GERALD HOWELL NORMAN HOWELL CORA HOWERY JUDY HOWINGTON 35 CLASS I ' ll find it if it kills me! Waters were chosen as cheerleaders. Being Freshmen, brought many happy hours spent at ballgames, dances, and just plain work. Once again we presented our Talent Show and chose for our May Day attendants Gayle Mustard and Donna Young. This year we chose Gayle Mus¬ tard and Mike Harris as " Best Freshmen. " We had reached the half-way mark in our school career. This year Mrs. Frances Simp¬ son was our sponsor and we were led by Presi¬ dent Jody Wilson, Vice President Sandra Waters, Secretary Donna Young and Treasurer Pete Kou- chinsky. Mike Harris represented our class as SCA secretary. Gayle Mustard, Donna Young, Anita Kiser and Sandra Waters provided school spirit as cheerleaders. Donna Young made a charming Homecoming representative. In ad- SUZANNE HURLEY MIKE HYMES PAM JENNINGS JOYCE JESSEE BARBARA JOHNSON VICKI HUGHES I 36 OF ’67 DEAN JOHNSON MARGARET JONES PEGGY JONES LARRY KARNES ETHEL KEGLEY KELLY KIDD BOBBY KINDER FAYE KISER WANDA KISER PETER KOUCHINSKY JULIA KOUFFMAN ALFRED LAMBERT 37 CLASS MARY LITTLE TOM LITTLE DARLENE LOCKHART MARIE LOUISE MICKIE LOUISE DORA LOWE 38 ERRA LOWMAN JAMES McBRIDE RONALD McCALL SANDRA McGLOTHLIN OF ’67 KELLY McGUIRE SANDRA McREYNOLDS LYNN MEADWELL LINDEN MINTON BEATRICE McVEY RONALD MONK 39 CLASS dition we presented our talent show and elected Brenda Sheets and Joyce Jessee from our class to be princesses of the May Day. Near the end of the year, we attended our last unforgettable class party. Sandra Waters and Jerry Billips were " Best Sophomores " . As our Junior year approaches, we eagerly await the Junior Play and the Junior-Senior Prom. In the year of 1965 with great pride and honor, we returned to Tazewell High School with the name of " Juniors " bestowed upon us. Mrs. Eleanor Smith was our sponsor and Jody Wil¬ son, Sandra Waters, Donna Young, and Beverly Cain were class officers. Mike Harris served as SCA secretary. Once again we chose Gayle Mustard, Anita Kiser and Donna Young as cheer¬ leaders. May Princesses were Janet Farley and Sammie Snyder. As " Best Juniors " we elected J. D. Payne and Sandra Waters. Gayle Mustard, Donna Young, Jerry Billips and J. D. Payne represented our class in the Homecoming Court. Delegates for Girls and Boys State were also announced. The girls were Gayle Mustard, Peggy Jones, Jenna Barnes and Betsy Ross, while Jimmy Durham, Zeddie French, and Mike Harris represented Tazewell High School at Boys State. Gayle Mustard also won the Miss Taze¬ well County Beauty Contest. The Junior Class presented " Our Hearts were Young and Gay " and it was thoroughly enjoyed by all. This year both the Junior boys and girls won the class tournaments in basketball. This spectacular year, filled with thrilling events was the last step before we reach the goal of becoming Seniors. In the fall of 1966, our class was together once GARY MOORE GERALDINE MOORE BRENDA MOOREFIELD BANE MUNDAY CARL MULLINS GAYLE MUSTARD 40 OF ’67 SANDRA MYERS BARRY NEEL JIMMY NEEL RAE ANN NECESSARY SALLIE NORTHRUP LARRY NUNLEY ROSE O ' QUINN J. D. PAYNE LARRY PAYNE JOE PRUITT RONNIE PUCKETT RUTH PUCKETT 41 NADINE QUESENBERRY ROBERT QUESENBERRY ROY RAM BO BETTY RASNAKE CLASS HARRIET RASNAKE ROY RILEY BARRY REECE SANDRA ROBINETTE W. G. RIDDLE MARGARET ROBERTS 42 SANDRA ROBINSON BILL ROOP BETSY ROSS BAYARD RUCKER OF ’67 JAMES RHUDY LINDA SAWYERS PAM RUTHERFORD ALICE SHAWVER MIKE SARGEANT BRENDA SHEETS 43 CLASS again. Our class elected Zeddie French, Steve Crabtree, Janet Farley and Calvin Alford as class officers and Miss Mary Lewis was our Sponsor. We finally received our class rings and wore them proudly. This year we elected Mike Harris as SCA President and Pete Kouchinsky as Vice President. Gayle Mustard led our cheerleading squad as head cheerleader. Other Senior cheerleaders were Beverly Cain, Donna Young, and Sammie Snyder. Queen of th Homecoming Court was Janet Farley and her Senior attendants were Donna Young and Erra Jo Lowman. Game after game we yelled and screamed for the THS Bulldogs. Then SUE SHEPPARD GLENDA SHRADER JO SHUTT LLOYD SMITH MARY SMITH SAMMIE SNYDER OF ’67 BILLY SPARKS JULIA SPARKS GARY STONE DELMAR STREET EULA SUTHERLAND JR. SWEENY HALLIE SWORD WALLACE TAYLOR GERRY THOMPSON RANDY THOMPSON VIRGINIA VANHOOZIER BETTY WATSON JEANNIE WHITMAN J. C. WHITE CONNIE WHITT JOE WILSON CLASS ROGER WHITT NAYVIE WINFREY JODY WILSON DEBBY YATES JOYCE WHITE SAM WHITE 46 OF ’67 LINDA YATES CAROL YOUNG DONNA YOUNG AT LAST! Mike Harris Donna Young JUNIORS MOTTO: Find a way or make one. COLORS: Orchid and White FLOWER: Iris On September 1, 1966, we entered the halls of Tazewell High School as proud, proud Juniors. We had worked three hard years for this, and with another year of work we would become Seniors. We entered into all work and activities with eager anticipation. We began the year planning for the Junior- Senior Prom. We wanted the biggest and best yet. In October we chose two attendants, Susan Royall and Betty Edwards, Sponsor: Mrs. Walk Left to right: Kenny Farley - Treasurer, Eddie Meade - Vice President, Campbell Peery - Secretary, Jerry Duty - President. 48 Betty Adkins Moody Altizer William Angles Betty Armentrout Connie Arms Jeff Asbury Johnny Asbury James Atkinson Joan Baldwin Phillip Baldwin Bernard Bandy Christine Barrett Myrtle Barrett Ronald Baylor Debby Beavers Robert Beavers 1967 Charles Bishop Jerry Blackburn Betty Boardwine Betty Boothe Brenda Bostic Bill Bourne Clara Bourne Rees Bowen JUNIORS Clara Bowling Don Bowling Dorothy Brewster Edward Brooks Bill Brown Brenda Brown Glenda Brown Judy Brown Phillip Brown Sue Brown Roger Buchanan Charles Burleson 50 and their escorts Jerry Duty and Kenny Farley, to represent us with pride in the 1966 Homecoming Court. We then began to think about a vacation; but not before we elected Junior Superlatives. This honor went to Susan Royall and Kenny Farley. Then came the long awaited Christmas vacation. But we were all anxious to get back to the same " old grind " after the holidays were over. Betty Colley Thomas Comer William Cordle Wanda Cornwell Ricky Cowan Kaye Cox Winford Crouse Robert Davis 51 Carol Dawson Steve Dawson Eddie Dickenson Brenda Duncan Carl Duty Jerry Duty Betty Edwards James Elswick JUNIORS Patty Estepp Kenny Farley Lillian Farmer Kenny Fields Lawrence Finney Marly Fleet Paul Gibson J. T. Gillespie George Godbey Carlyn Guy Mildred Hagerman Clara Hagy 52 David Harris Cherry Harman Martha Herald Lendsy Herald Brenda Henegar Larry Hayton Johnny Hawks Debbie Hatfield Lola Harrison Susan Harman Steve Harman Danny Harman 53 Danny Hedrick David Horne Doug Hutchinson Rachel Jackson Brenda Jones Lana Jones Joyce Keith Phyllis Keith JUNIORS Don Keller Earl Kidd Nancy Kinder Renny King Martha Kiser Donna Kitts A. G. Kulchar Ann Lambert Carol Lambert Frazier Lambert Jeanne Lambert Linda Lambert 54 January is exam month, so, like everyone else, we struggled through them. Then came the time when we could display our talent before the student body by the pro¬ duction of the Junior Play. When we were measured for our class rings, we were reminded of the fact that we would become Seniors in just a few short months. Wanda Lambert Larry Laney Linda Lawrence Kathy Lawson 1967 Brenda Leffel Jerry Leffel Danny Lester Jeffrey Linkous Kenny Lowe Larry Lutz Linda McBride Rickey Matney Darrell Maxfield Eddie Meade Jeanette Meade Jackie Meadows 55 Carolyn Melvin Jimmy Monk James Morris George Mullins Vernon Mullins Patsy Murray Sue Murray Thomas Murray JUNIORS Linda Mutter Rita Myers Robert Nicholson Tommy Noakes Elsie Northrup Judy Nunley Wanda Nunley Wilma Nunley Orvin OQuinn Millie OQuinn Katherine Osborne Don Parsons 56 Mary Paxton Clay Peery An early morning get together. Campbell Peery Lois Peery 1967 Wanda Phillips June Poskas Wanda Proffit Carol Puckett Harriet Puckett John Puckett Donna Ratcliff Phyllis Remines James Reynolds John Rife Carl Riley Darlene Riley 57 Pam Riley Peggy Riley Lena Robbins Inis Roberts Nancy Robertson Brenda Robins Elwind Robinson Roger Robinson JUNIORS Susan Royall Billy St. Clair Linda Salyer Sharon Santolla Roy Shortridge Danny Sizemore Lewis Slaughter Mary Slaughter Betty Sluss Larry Sluss Mary Sluss Beverly Smith 58 The May Day program came next. Two girls were chosen for this great privilege. With the year nearing its end, we gave a Prom for the Seniors which greatly out¬ did all our hopes and expectations. Well, another year had passed, a year well-spent. The next time we would enter these halls, we would enter as Seniors. But we would always cherish the mem¬ ories of our Junior year. Charles Smith Mary Smith Larry Snell Dolan Sparks 1967 Doris Sparks Peggy Sparks Barbara Stevenson Champ Stone Jimmy Sumner Carl Taylor Sharon Taylor Edgar Thompson Ronnie Thompson Eugene Toney Linda Toney Jerry Turley 59 Sue Turley John Vassar Linda Waddell Karen Whaley Blaine White Dolores Whitt George Whitt Ora Whitt JUNIORS Robert Whitt Vivian Whitt Lottie Whitlow Belinda Whittaker Marvin Whittaker Randall Whittaker Joan Williams Linda Wimmer Ruby Wright Allen Yost Becky Yost Ralph Yost 60 Ann Young Pat Young Anybody care to dance ? ? ? ? Martha Young Wayne Young 1967 BEST JUNIORS Susan Royall Kenny Farley 61 SOPHOMORES MOTTO: Today we follow; tomorrow we lead. CLASS COLORS: Red and White CLASS FLOWER: White Chrysanthemum In the fall we entered Tazewell High School with eager anticipation as Sophomores. This year marks the turning point of our high school career. Nancy Greever represented our class as Treasurer of the S.C.A. In October, we elected Linda Boye and Galen Hess for our representatives in Home¬ coming. Our cheerleaders cheered our team on to victory. We also showed our talent in our annual talent show and elected two girls to be princesses of the May Day. Near the end of the school year, we had our last unforgettable class party. As our Junior year approaches, we eagerly await the Junior Play and the Junior-Senior Prom. Sponsor Mrs. Demarcy Payne LEFT TO RIGHT: Rebecca Sargent, Secretary; Terry Musick, President; Betty Jennings, Vice-President; Connie Hankins, Treasurer. Deborah Alicie Chris Armentrout Nellie Asbury Grat Atkinson Diana Altizer Peggy Baker Sharon Bales John Barrett Annette Beavers Debbie Beavers Roy Beavers Jack Bennett Brenda Billips David Billips Loretta Blackwell Ronald Bland Donald Blankenship Ronnie Blankenship Buddy Blevins Henry Bogle Carol Boothe Deborah Boothe Elizabeth Boothe Carol Boothe Jerry Boothe Orval Bostic James Bowen Martin Bowling Karen Bowman Llyod Bowman Linda Boye Doris Bradley Patsy Brooks Wanda Brown Lillian Campbell Tina Cantrell Sherlene Case Ruby Casey Jimmy Cassell Robert Cecil Wayne Childress Curtis Cline Gary Cochran Clifford Conn Herman Cook Vickie Cordell Edith Cornwell James Cover Kathryn Cowan Jack Crabtree Grey Crouse Roger Crouse Debbie Dailey Clyde Dalton Randy Davis Gay Day 64 Irene Dean Ned Dennison Douglas Dickens Juanita Dickenson Michael Dowdy Karen Drum Sidney Du Bois Dale Duty Shreda Dye Lee Eastridge Patricia Edwards Barbara Elswick Carlotta Farley Paul Farrington Ricky Fisher Douglas Fox Lindsey French Bobby Fugate Barbara Gilbert Tommy Glaviano George Glover Warren Glover Louise Grant Nancy Greever Dennis Grindstaff Diania Hagey Gene Hagey Jackie Hall 65 " The Seventeens " in Chaos a Go-Go. Mary Jane Hall Linda Hankins Stephen Hankins Ronnie Harman William Harman Tish Harold Ronnie Hatfield Bobby Hayes Patricia Hayes Rita Henegar Donald Herald John Herald Galen Hess Judy Honaker Clarence Hoops Eddie Horne 66 Freddie Howery Dallas Howington Betty Jennings Ricki Johnson Patricia Jones Richard Jones Mary Kidd Debbie Kinder Etta Kinder Sara Kinder Sadie Kiser Terry Kiser Virginia Kiser Billy Kitts Rober t Laney Chris Lester Charles Linkous Susan Little Jerry Lockhart Harry Mabe Arthur Marrs Pandora Martin Bryant Martin Eddie Martinez Kenneth Mitchell Greg Monk Karen Monk Kris Monk 67 Samuel Moore Joseph Morris Robert Morefield Connie Necessary Betty Nunley Glenna Nyman Shirley O ' Quinn Carol Osborne Danny Mulleneaux James Murray Terry Musick Virginia Myers Randall Neel Rita Neel Thomas Neel Betty Parsons Lelia Paxton Albert Peery Phyllis Pennington Glen Perry Mike Peters Raymond Phillips Wanda Phillips David Pruett Donald Pruitt Connie Puckett Jack Puckett Ruth Puckett 68 Ray rCasnake Shelia Rasnake Omer Reed Stephen Reed David Richardson Alfred Riley Roger Riley Sandra Riley Eva Roark Johnny Roberts Rebecca Sargent Janet Severt Doug Sheets Inez Short Mattie Shortridge Debbie Shrader Pam Shutt Darlene Sims Connie Sizemore Beulah Slusher Danny Sluss Charlotte Smith James Smith Linda Smith William Smith Frances Sparks Mildred Sparks Roy Sparks 69 Our favorite period of the day! !! !! Mike Stillwell Steve Stinson Suzanne Surface Claudette Sutherland Luther Sutherland Daisey Tayborne Brenda Taylor Brenda Thompson Roger Toney Bill Turner Wanda Vance Beverly Vincent Betty Viney May Viney Mary Viney David Wadsworth 70 Terry Ward Bobby Webb Mary Whaley Barbara Whitt Steve Whitt Scottie Wickham Gerald Wilfong Alice Williams Bill Williams Wanda Williams Eugene Winfrey Thelma Winningham Ellen Whitt Terry Wolfe Betty Wright Patti Yielding Darlene Yost Eddie Yost Ernie Yost SOPHOMORES BEST FRESHMEN MOTTO: COLORS: FLOWER: Study today brings knowledge tomorrow. Blue Gold Yellow Rose We, as Freshmen, have begun the long road to higher education; but each day we come closer to the end. Our first year at Tazewell High School has given us greater responsi¬ bilities and more privileges. We have enthusiastically shown our school spirit as we cheered at Pep rallies and games. We received the honor of choosing our first Homecoming Court attendants; Charlotte Massie and Jimmy Kiser. Two girls were chosen to represent the freshman class as May prin¬ cesses. Our class party was a big thrill for us. Now at the end of our first year of High School we have journeyed farther down the long road. Sponsor: Mrs. Fisher Officers: Left to Right: Charlene Robertson, Vice President; George VanDyke, President; Bill Crabtree, Treas.; Darlene King, Sec. 72 Lillian Abel Nellie Abel Virginia Abel Susan Alford Zana Altizer Bobby Amburgey Diana Amey Douglas Angles Diana Arms Danny Asbury Harry Atkinson Russell Atwood Myra Ball Grade Barnes Thomas Barrett Bobby Barton Robert Baylor Betty Beavers Eldon Beavers Danny Benson Brenda Billips Judy Billips Kes Blackwell Danny Blankenship Sharon Bogle Grace Bourne Jerry Bourne Wilma Bourne Connie Bowles Curtis Bowling Kenneth Bowling Darrell Bowman Ester Bowman Gregory Bowman Joyce Bowman Daniel Bradley Hazel Brewster Margarette Brown Robert Brown Billy Buchanan 73 Robert Buchanan Penny Burkett June Burton Mark Campbell Rhonda Campbell Robert Campbell Melinda Canipe Myra Cassell Deborah Case Vernon Cecil Herbert Chapman Patty Chapman Clyde Childress Charles Clements Lettie Cockrell David Cole Robert Colley Tommy Colley Jack Collins Bonnie Compton William Cover Fred Cox Bill Crabtree Yolanda Craig Marilyn Crawford Douglas Crouse Sharon Crouse Mike Cruey Kathy Davis Oscar Davis Patricia Dickinson Linda Dodson William Dorton Hazel Dubois Charles Duty Clyde Duty Ronald Dye Rex Earls Bobby Edwards Susan Farley 74 Rita Farmer Debbie Fox Jolene Frazier Lana Frost Bobby Gemnell Gary Grace Rosa Graham Cindy Greever Bonnie Griffith Robert Grindstaff Frances Ginsell Bobby Hager Pat Hall Linda Hankins Mary Jane Hankins Richard Hankins Richard Harman Norma Harold James Harris Lorraine Harrison Walter Harrison Jack Hash Sharon Hatfield Tom Hawkins Michael Hayes Robert Hayes Sharon Hayton Robert Heldreth David Hellas Danny Helmandollar Rita Henkel Gene Hilton Larry Hoback Patricia Horton Jack Howery Jesse Howington Smitty Howington Robert Hughes Martha Jackson Wanda Jackson 75 Charlotte Kinder Darlene King Barbara Kiser Benny Kiser Jimmie Kiser Judy Kiser Alice Kitts Linda Kitts Patricia Kouchinsky Paul Lamantia Catherine Lambert Elizbeth Lambert Jule Lambert Lynne Lambert Mary Lambert Juanita Laney Jack Lawson Teresa Leedy Brenda Looney Crockett Lowe Hirley Lutz Deborah McAmis Betty McBride Chris MeClanahan Kathy McGuire Ruby McGuire Paul McReynolds Trena Marrs Charlotte Massie Freddy Matney Paul Matney Detra Meade Steven Meade Susie Meade Leslie Meadwell Frances Melvin Barbara Mitchell Barbara Morrison David Morrison Carol Murray 76 Roy Murray Samuel Myers Joyce Naillon Lana Necessary Patsy Nelson Perry Norris Alta Nunley Mike Osborne Ted Osborne Gerald Palmer Eric Patrick Calvin Patton Edward Pauley Juanita Paxton William Peak Nancy Peery David Phillips Lana Pinter Michael Poskas Cathy Powers George Puckett Johnny Puckett Kyle Puckett Larry Puckett John Quesenberry Johnie Rainey Carol Ramey Patty Rasnick Donald Ratliff Margaret Ratliff Reece Morris Ruth Reed Mary Reynolds Annie Riley Betty Riley Dudley Riley Charlene Robertson Brenda Roop Lloyd Rose Jim Rose 77 Margaret Rose Barbara Rudd Roger Salyers William Scarberry Charolette Sheets Janice Shepard Jimmie Shepard Randy Shrader Connie Sluss Nellie Sluss Martha Smith Robert Smith Robert Smith Judi Snapp Joan Sparks Barbara Spears Claudia Spivell Mary Sprinkle Brenda Stacey Judy Stacey Sandra Street Ruth Stinson Pauletta Stilwell Gerald Stevenson Johnny Stanton Bill Strong Edna Sutherland Larry Sutherland David Taylor Deilah Taylor Margaret Taylor Michael Thompson Larry Turley Ronnie Turley Peggy Turner George Van Dyke Tommy Joe Van Dyke Tommy Van Dyke Steve Vanhoozier Pansey Vencill 78 Shelia Vernon Anne Walker Rickey Weaver Wanda Whaley Joe White Ronnie White Albert Whitt Gladys Whitt Charlotte Whittaker Nancy Wilson Rowena Winfrey Harvey Wingo Barry Winningham Jack Witten Juanita Wright Peggy Wright Betty Yost Judy Young Tommy Zeats BEST FRESHMEN Nancy Peery Jimmy Kiser 79 iWAWAWi P m : N £ Our Athletic Teams have always made a great effort to do their best to win. When faced with a defeat, their wonderful air still remained. Through partici¬ pation in sports, many find akeener sense of sportsmanship and responsibilities. Many moments of happiness and a few of sad have been found for spectators and participants-Through these Doors. 81 s v ROW ONE, Left to Right: Danny Sizemore, Dave Harris, Ray Mullins, Steve Crabtree, Steve Dawson, Rennie King, Bill Hagy, Bill Brown, Manuel Hairston, John Barrett, Bill Roop. ROW TWO: Jody Wilson, Jerry Blackburn, Jerry Billips, Ronnie Thompson, Galen Hess, Jerry Duty, Steve Wilfong, Randy Billips, J. D. Payne, Ronald Dye, Jack Crabtree. ROW THREE: Calvin Alford, Roscoe Lester, Alfred Riley, Eddie Anderson, Winfred Crouse, Edgar Thompson, Carl Riley, Kenny Farley, Jimmy Kiser, Sam White, and Eugene Toney. Tazewell Dave Harris on a touchdown run. 82 " They were little, but loud, and poor but proud " , best describes the Bull¬ dogs under new head coach, Dave Rider. The hard fighting Bulldogs gave their best effort and each and every game, what more can anyone ask for. This year ' s support reached its highest peak and team spirit has never been greater. Taze¬ well finished the year in second place in the Southwest District. The highlight of the season was the Bulldog ' s upset victory over Graham, the Southwest District Champions. A fine coach, student support, and a never ending desire made this a season not to be forgotten. Bulldogs Tazewell 7.Jefferson Senior High 13 Tazewell 13.Grundy 13 Tazewell 0.Andrew Lewis 41 Tazewell 18.. Graham 6 Tazewell 7.Richlands 21 Tazewell 19.Marion 7 Tazewell 7.Big Creek 15 Tazewell 16.Virginia High 7 Tazewell 14.Saltville 24 Tazewell 31.Patrick Henry 0 83 J. D. Payne Fullback All-County Team Roscoe Lester Tackle All-County Team Calvin Alford End Senior Jody Wilson Linebacker Danny Sizemore All-County Team End Steve Crabtree Defensive Hallback Bill Hagy Bill Roop Mike Harris Defensive Defensive End Halfback Halfback Players Jerry Billips Guard Eddie Anderson Guard Dave Rider Coach of the Year in the Southwest District Come Back here! Forty-four wins and only four losses over a four year period, two undefeated years, three Southwest District championships.were only a few of the praises heaped upon the wrestling team of Coach Jay Lockhart. J. D. Payne, Steve Crabtree, John Vassar completed the year with a perfect slate-undefeated. 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. THE T.H.S. Wrestling is continuing to grow throughout the state and within the near future should take its place along side the other major interscholastic sports. One more to go. 86 s • ' . ROW ONE, Left to Right: Doug Sheets, Jerry Duty, Russel Crockett, Robert Grindstaff, Sam Myers, John Vassar, Steve Kouchinsky, Herman Cook, Rickey Matney. ROW TWO: Joe White, Bill Crabtree, Dennis Grindstaff, Leslie Meadewell, Steve Crabtree, Thomas Murray, Gerald Hariston, Larry Turley. ROW THREE: Ray Mullins, Jack Lawson, J. D. Payne, Roger Toney, Sam White, Eugene Toney, Steve Dawson, Roscoe Lester, and Coach, Jay Lock¬ hart. WRESTLING TEAM SCORES Grundy 23. .Tazewell 33 Richlands 24. 28 Graham 16. .Tazewell 38 Marion 32. .Tazewell 16 Richlands 11. .Tazewell 42 Grundy 15. .Tazewell 38 Abingdon 21. .Tazewell 31 Big Creek 14. .Tazewell 36 Big Creek 17. .Tazewell 29 Marion 27 ..... . .Tazewell 19 Graham 12. .Tazewell 34 One more day of practice! 87 Sammie Johnson Beverly Caine Donna Young VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Gayle Mustard Susan Royall Pat Young Betty Edwards VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Beverly Caine, Donna Young, Sammie Johnson, Gayle Mustard, Pat Young, Betty Edwards Susan Royall. J.V. CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Ricki Johnson, Francis Grinsell, Charlotte Kinder, Linda Boye, Suzanne Surface, Elizabeth Lambert, Darlene King, Karen Monk. imsn ROW ONE, Left to Right: Jody Wilson, Gary Moore, George Godbey, John Barrett, Ronnie Thompson, Pete Kouchin- sky. ROW TWO: Marvin Whittaker, Danny Sizemore, James Reynolds, Coach Tiff Kiser, Ronald Monk, Mike Hymes, David Harris. VARSITY BASKETBALL The Tazewell Bulldogs, led by the nifty ball handling of little Pete Kouchinsky and the steady, sure play of Gary Moore, Peery Norris, John Barrett, and James Reynolds were again in the South West District Race. This year ' s team was young with only two seniors, Pete Kouchinsky and Gary Moore, on the starting five. The coaching of Tiff Kiser, the support of the student fans, and the spirit of the cheerleaders each contributed to making this a successful season. I can jump higher than you can! !!!!!! Jody Wilson Pete Kouchinsky Gary Moore Forward Guard Guard VARSITY BASKETBALL I Mike Hymes Forward Ronald Monk Center Danny Sizemore Center VARSITY Going up! ! VARSITY SCORES Tazewell 51. 64 Tazewell 41. 52 Tazewell 54. 50 Tazewell 62. 52 Tazewell 45. 60 Tazewell 48. 40 Tazewell 45. 34 Tazewell 56. 48 Tazewell 59. 36 Tazewell 59. 51 Tazewell 40. 51 Tazewell 66. 63 Tazewell 49. 35 Tazewell 37. .Bluefield, W. Va. 49 Tazewell 62. 37 Tazewell 59. 64 Tazewell 46. 47 Tazewell 46. 62 LEFT TO RIGHT: Omer Reed, David Richardson, Buddy Blevins, David Wadsworth, Ernie Yost, Gary Cochran. ROW TWO: Jerry Lockhart, Donnie Harald, Joe Morris, James Cover, Terry Music, Robert Cecil. ROW THREE: Bill Harman, Mike Peters, Steve Stinson, Perry Norris, Elwood Maybe. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 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. Big Creek 38. 43 Saltville 31. .Tazewell 38 Abingdon 30. ..Tazewell 37 Saltville 23. 47 Marion 40. 41 Richlands 50. 36 Bristol 40. 24 Grundy 31. 35 Abingdon 34. 32 Richlands 36. 25 Graham 40. 23 Big Creek 40. 32 Bristol 26. 17 Bluefield, W. Va. 46. 42 Grundy 29. 42 Marion 32. 46 Bluefield, W. Va. 56. 47 93 ROW ONE, Left to Right: Dave Harris, Pete Kouchinsky, J. D. Payne, Bill Hagy, Ronnie Thompson, Kenny Far¬ ley. ROW TWO: Steve Stenson, Roscoe Lester, Ray Mullins, Randall Whittaker, Marvin Whittaker, Jack Crabtree, Steve Crabtree. TRACK MANAGERS Tiff Kiser-Basketball, Jay Lockhart-Wrestling, Tom Shortt-Football and Basketball, E. E. Ross-Golf. COACHES Head Coach-Dave Rider Our teams are backed by fine coaching from an excellent staff. The untiring efforts of our coaches brings our teams standards to their highest peak. By their hard work, they have built excellent teams with great perfection. Therefore we pay great tribute to the remark¬ able coaches of T.H.S. We send out a special congratulation to the Southwest District Coach of the Year, Dave Rider. 95 KEEP ZEWELLfc iOOD FLAP TO Livr, As one looks back over the year of school activities, he finds it has been a busy and fun-filled one. There were always the club meetings on Tuesday, the assem¬ bly programs on Friday, the spirit-boosting pep rallies, the various club initia¬ tions, and most of all, those unforgettable dances. These and more great times have been found-Through these Doors . .. 97 ANNUAL STAFF Mrs. Frances Simpson-Sponsor, Sandy Caudill-Editor, Nancy Robertson-Business Manager, Calvin Alford, Roscoe Lester, Gail Whitt, Susan Royall, Beverly Cain, Sharon Santolla, Peggy Riley, Allen Yost. ' J] ' at The Annual Staff of 1966-67 consists of four confident Seniors, five eager Juniors and a pa¬ tient, dedicated Sponsor. Through their hard work they give to you, the student, the means by which you can remember the teachers, the sports, the activities, the hard work, the fellow students, and the fun of your high school years. They endure deadlines, complaints, delays, and all the picture taking. They have worked long and hard to edit an annual you will be proud of. Allen, Susan, and Nancy look through the files for pictures. 98 Beverly, Sandy, and Roscoe discuss layout. STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION The Student Cooperative Association consists of every student enrolled at T.H.S. The pur¬ poses of S.C.A. are many; among the major ones are promoting better student-faculty relations, developing and maintaining admirable school spirit, up holding school traditions and developing high ideals of personal conduct. This year our S.C.A. has been blessed with good representa¬ tives. The hard work of our council as well as the efforts of the student body has made this year a successful one. With the advice of our never-tiring sponsor, Mrs. Harmon, such proj¬ ects as presenting a full-length film for funds, sponsoring buses to every football game in our area, and conducting special programs at Thanksgiving and Christmas have been possible. It has been my privilege to be associated with such a hard-working organization. ' feoj ' SxjLa) ROW ONE, Left to Right: Mrs. Lillian Harman, Sponsor; Mike Harris, President; Pete Kouchinsky, Vice-President; George Godbey, Secretary; Nancy Greever, Treasurer. ROW TWO: Gay Day, Jeanie Whitman, Bobby Edwards, RomUe Dye, Eddie Yost, Suzanne Hurley, Janet Farley. ROW THREE: Martha Kiser, Sharon Santolla, Carl Riley, Margaret Brown, Betsy Ross, Mary Reynolds, Mary Slaughter. ROW FOUR: Stephen Reed, John Herald, Elise Northrup, Jackie Hall, Rebecca Sargent, Judy Billips, Judy Stacy, Rachel Jackson. ROW FIVE: Zed French, Jerry Duty, Jenna Barnes, Cecelia Glaviano, Bill Cover, George VanDyke, Betty Beavers. ROW SIX: Rees Bowen, Cherry Harman, Susan Little, Terry Kiser, Bayard Rucker, ferry Music, Ethel Kegley, Christine Blankenship, Melina Canipe. S.C.A. Officers, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Greever, Treasurer; George Godbey, Secretary; Pete Kouchinsky, Vice- President; Mike Harris, President. Betty Colley signs the Honor Code Book. All students who signed Honor Code Cards sign this book and consider it an honor to do so. pS- ■■ lI °Nop £ at Target. Tl Gjf bo . br " ° ber s 7 T 0 Wj th °o ty y: s eif- to To ' l°a„ W stu lv dr ver s ’ s afet y e of s. To J Vatroj 1 a ays « ?a s. Is your name written here? ROW ONE, Left to Right: Shirley Hager-President, Jo Shutt-V. President, Ethel Kegley-Secretary, Kelly Kidd- Treasurer, Mrs. Gladys B. Hubbard-Sponsor. ROW TWO: Martha Kiser, Mildred Hagerman, Debbie Hatfield, Sandy Caudill, Sue Hankins, Carol Young, Betty Watson, Ruth Puckett. ROW THREE: Peggy Riley, Judy Howington, Mary Little, Barbara Buchahan, Pauline Herald, Brenda Leffel, Joan Claytor, Sharon Case. ROW FOUR: Margaret Jones, Debbie Honaker, Sallie Northrup, Vicki Hughes, Jenna Barnes, Cecelia Galviano, Peggy Jones, Cherry Harman, Linda Collier. ROW FIVE: Brenda Robins, Bill St. Clair, Charles Bishop, Jennings Chambers, Johnny Hawks, Lewis Slaughter, Darrell Maxfield, John Rife. ROW SIX: Jane Harris, Calvin Alford, George Godbey, Zed French, Betsy Ross, Mike Harris, Beatrice McVey. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Initiation of new members. The Tazewell Chapter of the National Honor Society is sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. It was organized in 1921. Its purpose is to encourage Character, Scholarship, Leader¬ ship, and Service. Mrs. Hubbard is the groups sponsor. ROW ONE, Left to Right: Mrs. Hurt-Sponsor, Loretta Blackwell-President, Debbie Beavers-Vice-President, Bar¬ bara Elswick-Secretary, Albert Peery-Treasurer, Mrs. Buchanan-Co-Sponsor. ROW TWO: Brenda Thompson, Lynnetta Tayborne, Karen Bowman, Carol Osborne, Gail Phillips, Carol Booth, Hazel DuBois, Sharon Harfield. ROW THREE: Charlotte Massie, Cindy Greever, Myra Ball, Terry Kiser, Debbie Shrader, Brenda Taylor, Beulah Slusher, Grade Barnes, Bonnie Griffith, Ester Bowman, Gerald Palmer. ROW FOUR: Tommy R. Van Dyke, Orval Bostic, Karen Drum, Richard Fisher, Eddie Yost, Suzanne Surface, Buddy Blevins, Nancy Greever, George Van Dyke. ROW FIVE: Doug Sheets, Beverly Vincent, Freddy Matney, Robert Morefield, David Pruett, James Cover, Karen Monk, David Wadsworth. ROW SIX: Tom Hawkins, Tommy Bowen, Ronnie Turley, Clyde Duty, William Cover, Tiff Hilton, William Peak, Morris Reece. NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY Our future generation?? The Tazewell Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society was organized in the school year 1959-60. The purpose of the organization is to recognize outstanding students in the ninth and tenth grades. Members are elected on the basis of leadership, citizenship, charac¬ ter, scholarship, and service. The mem¬ bers are to be congratulated for their a- chievements. L THSBAND The 1966 Band, of which we are so proud, played for our mighty, mighty Bulldogs at football games. They also displayed their talent at Pep Rallies to boost the spirit of all attending them. The Taze¬ well High School band members and director should be commended for their work. FIRST ROW: L. to R.: Betty Armentrout, David Pruett, Wanda Cornwell, Erra Lowman, June Poskas, Mike Cruey, Barbara Morrison. SECOND ROW: Brenda Henegar, Virginia Caudill, Wanda Lambert, Debby Yates, Mike Poskas, Mike Stilwell, Mary Smith, Lynette Taybourne. THIRD ROW: David Cole, Sidney DuBois, Jimmy Harris, Chris Les¬ ter, Danny Cecil, Rees Bowen, Steven Reed. FOURTH ROW: Robert Smith, Robert Baylor, Bob Hughes, Mike M . e- field, Kay Necessary, David Morrison, Blaine White, Richard Jones, Donald Pruett, Robert Campbell, Betty Jennings, Rae Ann Necessary, Director, James Viers. Majorettes: L. to R.: Betty Jennings, Rae Ann Necessary, Virginia Cau¬ dill Officers: Left to Right: President, Erra Lowman, Secretary, Mike Morefield, Librarians, June Poskas and Betty Armentrout ROW ONE, Left to Right: Carol Boothe, Linda Boye, Judy Honaker, Margaret Brown, Julia Kaufman, Ruth Stinson, Brenda Brown, Betty Boardwine, Pam Brooks. ROW TWO: Peggy Sparks, Darlene Riley, Barbara Hayes, Tish Herald, Mercella Blevins, Phillip Baldwin, Joan Rainey, Ray Peake, Margaret Roberts, Elaine Lambert. ROW THREE: Carol Blackwell, Betty Colley, Beverly Smith, Rita Myers, Elizabeth Osborne, J. T. Gillespie, Winfred Crouse, Charles Irwin, Mary Linkous, Hazel Dubois, Betty Nunley. GLEE CLUB JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB ROW ONE, Left to Right: Jenna Barnes, Pres.; Zed French, Vice-Pres.; John Hawks, Secy.; Suzanne Surface, Treas. ROW TWO: Susan Royal, Myra Ball, Charlotte Massie, Beverly Vincent, Karen Drum, Peggy Jones, Vicki Hughes, Betsy Ross. ROW THREE: Sally Northrup, Mary Fleet, Cherry Harman, Susan Little, Elise Northrup, Cindy Greever, Jennings Chambers, Ricky Fisher, Lindsey French, Tommy Hawkins. THE ART CLUB is a new club sponsored by Mr. Barry Wiley. It consists of the following members: Donna Young, Pam Brooks, Rae Ann Necessary, Lee Cole, Sponsor; Ronnie Beavers, Danny Brewster, Karen Drum, Debbie Hon- aker, Pat Young, Retha Asbury, Roger Whitt, Sam White, Beverly Vincent, Ronald Monk, Bill Cordle, Darrell Hall, Larry Nunley, Gary Stone, Mike Sargent, Bill Roop. NEW CLUBS THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB, consisting of students from the Latin, French, and Spanish classes, strives to promote better understanding of foreign cultures. Various students present folk songs and skits which illustrate aspects of life in " vita Romanorum " , " la belle France " , and " la Espana " . The club ' s most successful project w as a float in the Homecoming parade. The club ' s sponsor is Mrs. Eleanor Smith. f I President: J. D. Payne V. President: Jody Wilson Secretary: Russell Crockett The Monogram Club is an organization in which all members are athletes. This club is responsible for seating the students in the gym¬ nasium during various gatherings, the parking in the parking lot and for being monitors in the cafeteria. To be a member in this club is an honor, and everyone should be proud of their achievements. Treasurer: Sergeant-at-Arms: Bill Hagy Danny Sizemore MONOGRAM CLUB ROW ONE, Left to Right: Bill Hagy, Russell Crockett, Jody Wilson, Roscoe Lester, J. D. Payne, Dave Rider, Coach. ROW TWO: Kenny Farley, Jerry Duty, Renny King, Manuel Hariston, and Dennis Grindstaff. ROW THREE: Calvin Alford, Steve Crabtree, Bill Brown, Danny Sizemore, and Tommy Noakes. ROW FOUR: Herman Cooke, Zed French, Jack Crabtree, Steve Kouchinsky, Allen Yost. ROW ONE, Left to Right: Brenda Sheets-President, Leeanna Cole-Vice-President, Karen Drum-Treasurer, Gracie Barns-Secretary, Melinda Canipe-SCA representative, Mrs. Nancy Dunford-Sponsor. ROW TWO: Beverly Caine, Donna Young, Sammie Snyder, Gayle Mustard, Susan Royall, Betty Edwards, Pat Young. ROW THREE: Ricki John¬ son, Karen Monk, Darlene King, Linda Boye, Francis Grinsell, Suzanne Surface, Charlotte Kinder, Elizabeth Lam¬ bert. ROW FOUR: Connie Sizemore, Alta Nunley, Sandy McReynolds, Cora Howery, Ruby Wright, Susan Farley, Rachel Jackson, Linda Lawrence. ROW FIVE: Brenda Moorefield, Vicki Hughes, Sharon Hayton, Elizabeth Osborne, Betty Wright, Lannette Tayborne, Brenda Billips. ROW SIX: Betty Jennings, Rae Ann Necessary, Crystal Lester, Margaret Taylor, Pat Hall, Beverly Vincent. PEP CLUB 109 i The Bulldog Staff, in keeping the stu¬ dent body informed and promoting higher interest in Journalism, has given its best to the accurate gathering, writing, and printing of news; and to the tedious task of meeting promptly and with ease all dead¬ lines. We are sincerely grateful to those students and teachers who made our jobs easier and more successful. One display of Newspaper Week. BULLDOG STAFF ROW ONE: Belinda Whittaker, Micki Louise, Dorothy Bourne. ROW TWO: Lynn Meadwell, Pam Jennings, Inis Roberts, Tommy Noakes. ROW THREE: Tommy Altizer, Suzanne Hurley, Pete Kouchinsky. 110 The main aims of our Quill Scroll is to encourage and promote high school journalism. Through the publication of the school paper and the annual, the members strive to meet this goal. QUILL AND SCROLL ROW ONE, Left to Right: Beverly Cain, Gayle Mustard-President, Lynn Meadwell-Secretary-Treasurer. ROW TWO: Dorothy Bourne, Tommy Altizer, Miki Louise-Vice-President, Inis Roberts, Tommy Noakes, Brenda Sheets. The National Thespians Society, Troop 1431 is the dramatic organization of our school. Students that have earned ten points for dramatic performances are offered mem¬ bership in the Thespians. After receiving fifty points for performances plus the addi¬ tional ten, the members are considered an honor Thespian. The Thespian Society is a non-profit club which presents several one act plays and helps with the Junior and Senior Plays. This is not an indoor baseball game, but a scene from the Senior play, A Pennant for the Kremlin. THESPIANS ROW ONE, Left to Right: Jenna Barnes, President; Peggy Jones, Vice-President; Larry Payne, Retha Asbury, Miss Macom, Sponsor. ROW TWO: Zeddy French, Calvin Alford, Gayle Mustard, Art Cover. ROW THREE: Pete Kou- chinsky, Betsy Ross, Dean Johnson, Jackie Bundy. 1 12 The purpose of the Y-Teens is: " To build a fellowship of women and girls de¬ voted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social liv¬ ing to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. The Y-Teens at T.H.S. en¬ deavor to do this to their utmost ability. These Y-Teens work on a float for the Homecoming Parade. Y-TEENS ROW ONE, Left to Right: Pat Edwards, Treasurer; Barbara Buchanan, Secy.; Betty Watson, Pres.; Mrs. Jerri Gra¬ ham, Sponsor. ROW TWO: Gail Whitt, Jo Shutt, Sandy Caudill, Sue Hankins, Shirley Hager, Sharon Bowling, Virginia Caudill, Pam Shutt, Mary Smith. ROW THREE: Susan Royall, Linda Boye, Diane Amy, Martha Jackson, Connie Bowles, Bobby Hayes, Betty Nunley, Debbie Cox, Teresa Leedy, Alice Williams, Linda Smith. ROW FOUR: Belinda Whittaker, Barbara Whitt, Peggy Wright, Ruth Stinson, Julis Kaufman, Margaret Roberts, Peggy Sparks, Brenda Roop, Pattie Rasnake, Patti Yielding. ROW FIVE: Norma Herald, Barbara Mitchell, Judy Young, Mary Sprinkle, Mary Kidd, Terry Kiser, Gerri Thompson, Sarah Kinder, Karen Drum, Crystal Lester. ROW SIX: Lynn Lambert, Edna Sutherland, Martha Collins, Elaine Lambert, Hazel DuBois, Jeanie Lambert, Phyllis Keith, Nancy Kinder. ROW SEVEN: Lynn Lambert, Peggy Turner, Betty Riley, Debbie McAmos, Patsy Nelson, Francis Melvin, Patty Chapman, Pat Kouchinsky, Kathy Lambert. 1 13 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION ROW ONE: Jim Brooks, Sandy Myers, Linda Waddell, Martha Young, Joyce White, Lorraine Browning, Mr. Lock- hart-Sponsor. ROW TWO: Walter Cole, Jackie Bundy, Larry Karnes, James Beavers, Howard Alley, Darrell Snell, Vernon Holmes. ROW THREE: Ronnie McCall, Homer Hardy, Danny Hedrick, Larry Laney, Raymond Herald, Rob¬ ert Whitt, Danny Harman. ROW FOUR: Junior Sweeney, Billy Sparks, Champ Stone, Larry Snell, Wayne Young, Earl Byrd, James Elswick, Ricky Cowan. Get this right Danny Hedrick. The Distributive Education Club is made up soley of students enrolled in the D. E. class. This chapter is only a small part of the organization which is state and nationally known. The purpose of the D. E. Club is to promote leadership and to help the student develop a business-like attitude toward economy. The students must work well, keep their grades up, and attend local, state, and if you are lucky enough the national con¬ ventions. 114 The Industrial Cooperative Training Program gives the student experience in occupational training. They attend classes in the morning and work on the job in the afternoon. In this way, a student has the opportunity to put the knowledge he has learned to actual use. INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVE TRAINING ROW ONE, Left to Right: Doug Hutchinson, Pam Rutherford, Jane Hayes, Chubby Comer, Roy Rambo, Phyllis Brewster. ROW TWO: George Mullins, Robert Davis, James Jones, Gerald Howell, Billy Hayton, Mr. Lockhart, Sponsor. ROW ONE: Pi’esident, Ruth Puckett; Vice-President, Betty Sluss; Secretary, Carol Guy; Treasurer, Mary Slaugh¬ ter; Sponsor, Gerri Hill. ROW TWO: Alice Williams, Lorraine Harrison, Bonnie Compton, Connie Whitt, Sally Northrup, Sharon Santolla. ROW THREE: Donna Young, Gayle Mustard, Beverly Cain, Teresa Leedy, Kathy Lam¬ bert, Lana Frost. ROW FOUR: Pam Shutt, Alta Nunley, Debbie Beavers, Jo Marie Shutt. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA There are many purposes of the F.H.A. They help to preserve the ideas of home life; to help promote leadership; to help form new and lasting friendship; and to help work toward good home and family life for all. A little young to be attending high school, but this is just one phase of homemaking in action. This is the study of child development. LEFT TO RIGHT: Peery Linkous, Beth Pike, Kim Smith and LuAnn Evans. 116 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The F.T.A.was organized in 1953. The club ' s main purpose is to learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, re¬ sponsibilities, and its important role in democracy. They try to cultivate the quali¬ ties of personality, character, and leader¬ ship which are essential for good teachers. Here are several girls working on an F.T.A. project. ROW ONE: Sally Northrup, President; Brenda Sheets, Vice-President; Marie Louise, Secretary; Rae Ann Necessary, Treasurer; Mrs. Hagy, Sponsor. ROW TWO: Pam Jennings, Mickie Louise, Joyce Brown, Beverly Caine, Nancy Robertson, Peggy Sparks, Dorothy Bourne. ROW THREE: Suzanne Hurley, Pearl Asbury, Brenda Moorefield, Clara Bowling, Patty Esteppe, Linda Herald, Marly Fleet. FOURTH ROW: Karen Bowman, Mary Little, Faye Kiser, Judy Howington, Sammie Snyder, Julia Kaufman, Elise North nap, Linda Herald. 117 The Future Business Leaders of America is a national organization for stu¬ dents who have an interest in the business world. This year the members of the club attended the regional meeting held at Rad¬ ford College. Each year, for its project, the club buys something for the business department. Mrs. Chudina meets with some of the new members. F.B.L.A. ROW ONE, Left to Right: Beatrice McVey-President, Erra Lowman-Vice-President, Sharon Case-Secretary, Joyce Brown-Treasurer, Faye Kiser-Reporter, Mrs. Chudina-Sponsor. ROW TWO: Susan Harman, Ann Young, Brenda Robins, June Poskas, Lana Jones, Wanda Cornwell, Darlene Lockhart. ROW THREE: Peggy Riley, Judy Mullins, Judy Howington, Mary Little, Carol Smith, Glenda Shrader, Sue Duncan. ROW FOUR: Lola Harrison, John Rife, Barry Reese, J. C. White, Norman Howell, Peggy Sparks. ROW ONE, Left to Right: Larry Horne, Ty Grant, Kenny Farley, Don Bowling, Mr. Cromer. ROW TWO: Jimmy Kiser, Dudley Riley, Curtis Bowling, George Godbey, Steve Dawson, Michael Poskas, Martin Bowling, John Hicks. ROW THREE: Randall Neel, Randy Billips, Johnny Herald, Doug Sheets, Bobby Hughes, Jackie Bundy, Bobby Kinder, Ray Mullins. ROW FOUR: Greg Bowman, David Pruitt, Charles Linkous, Curtis Cline, Jimmy Monk, Tommy Lax- ton, Sidney DuBois, Benny Kiser, Curtis Anderson. ROW FIVE: Jerry Leffel, Blaine White, Tom Neel, Jimmy Rose, Lesley Meadewell, Richard Hankins, Mike Cruey, David Mouser, Bill Beavers, Roger Robinson. PROJECTOR CLUB ROW ONE, Left to Right: Bobby Hayes, Pansy Vencill, Ruby McGuire, Nelly Sluss, Mary Sprinkle, Debby McAmis, Brenda Brown. ROW TWO: Betty Boardwine, Marcella Blevins, Ruby Casey, Ruth Reed, Detra Meade, Kathy Powers, Chris McClanahan, Betty Nunley. ROW THREE: Margaret Brown, Sara Kinder, Pat Edwards, Vicki Cor¬ dell, Penny Martin, Betty Riley, Pat Nelson. 119 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS L - R FIRST ROW: Sandra Robinson, Jane Hayes, Betty Colley, Linda Lawrence, Linda McBride, Rachel Jackson, Ann Walker, Judy Howington, Eula Kiser, Brenda Brown. SECOND ROW: Patsy Murray, Jeanie Lambert, Betty Wright, William Dowdy, Barry Neel, Mike Hymes, Steven Reed, William Peak, Phil Baldwin BUS PATROL FIRST ROW: Mr. Fields, Nancy Wilson, Patricia Hayes, Clyde Duty, James Smith. SECOND ROW: Roger Atwell, Doug Fox, Robert Hayes, Samuel Moore, Charles Smith. THIRD ROW: Debbie McAmis, Blaine White, Carl Tailor, Bill Williams, Judie Snapp 120 Keep Virginia Green 4-H CLUB Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Kay Cox, Brenda Leffel, Zed French, Jo Shutt, Sharon Bowling. SECOND ROW: Jim Rhudy, Barry Neel, Steven Reed, Jimmy Neel. THIRD ROW: Lindsey French, Bayard Rucker, Mike Harris, Kelly Kidd, Nancy Robertson. 121 Jimmy Neel displays his prize winning cow. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA To me, the Future Farmers of America is much more than a social organization. As the 1967 President of the Tazewell Chapter of theF.F.A.,I have gained leadership experience which will aid in my role as a future farmer. During my four years of membership, I have had the opportunity to explore new farming and conservation methods used in our own area. Also I have learned to farm profitably. Therefore, I think the F.F.A. is an educational program as well as an enjoyable club for rural boys to participate in. President: Jimmy Neel ROW ONE, Left to Right: Jimmy Rhudy-Sentinel, Ty Grant-Representative, Norman Howell-Treasurer, Joey Clay- tor-Secretary, William Dowdy-Vice-President, Jimmy Neel-President, Mr. Buchanan-Sponsor. ROW TWO: Larry Puckett, Danny Benson, Carl Taylor, Michael Dowdy, Kenneth Mitchell, Fred Cox, Steve Stenson, Barry Neel, Chris Hankins. ROW THREE: Bob Brown, Roger Robinson, Don Keller, James Harris, Gerald Vields, Tony Asbury, Kelly McGuire, Chris Armentrout. ROW FOUR: Kenny Fields, Douglas Dalton, Hubert Horn, Daryl Sheppard, Eddie Dickenson, Randal Neel. ROW FIVE: David Phillips, David Hellas, William Dorton, Ronnie Stacy, Keith Burleson, Bill Williams, Claude Dalton, Danny Starling, Chester Hayes. ROW ONE, Left to Right: Larry Nunley, W. G. Riddle, Mike Sargent, Gary Stone. ROW TWO: Eugene Tony, Bill Cordle, Roger Whitt, Randy Altizer. ROW THREE: Jerry Blackburn, Darrell Hall, Bill Roop, Sam White and Mr. Wiley. STAGECRAFT One of the special classes offered at T.H.S. is Stagecraft. Those boys taking it are responsible for the upkeep of the auditorium, stagesettings, and props. For these services they receive a credit in art. Congratulations boys for a job well done. 123 GUIDANCE Guidance service is available to all students. Guidance is offered either as an individual or as a group in making plans, choices of courses, and adjustments. The guidance service is extended to all students and is inclusive of all their numer¬ ous and varying needs. Mrs. Hagy talks with Darlene Lockhart about serious mat¬ ters - Graduation. L - R: Mrs. Mary Bricker, Miss Geraldine Hill, Mrs. Polly Hagy, Mr. Eugene Ross. SECOND: Mr. Dave Rider, Mr. Ellis Fields, Miss Mary Lewis BOYS AND GIRLS STATE Jimmy Durham Zed French Mike Harris This is an impression of Girls ' State given by one who attended. On our arrival at the 1966 session of Girls ' State held at Radford College, we were anticipating a week of marching and of studying Virginia ' s government. The blisters on our feet were evidence that we DID have a long week of marching, marching, marching . . . ! But the " boring " study of government was presented in such a manner as to make it interesting and exciting. Never had we explored government in such a delightful man¬ ner. The glitter of realistic elections, campaign speeches and parades added to the fer¬ vor of the whole occasion. Each girl, as a " citizen” of a mock " city " , voted in the elec¬ tions, and participated in her municipal government. Every " citizen " served her " city " , as firechief, sanitations officer, mayor, clerk, or even as a representative to the state legislature. Running on their party ticket fora state office were the candidates for gov¬ ernor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general. The newly-elected governor then ap¬ pointed state officials such as Commissioner of Fisheries, Commission of Forests and Game Preserves, and Commissioner of Agriculture. Through the different approach, each girl returned to her respected high school with a new insight in Virginia ' s govern¬ ment. Jenna Barnes Peggy Jones Gayle Mustard Betsy Ross 125 HOMECOMING The 1966 Homecoming at Tazewell High School was a great success for all. Each respective class chose attendants and es¬ corts. The Senior Class chose as their King, Steve Crabtree and Miss Janet Farley as Queen to preside over our Homecoming Court. 126 OF 1967 Susan Royall and Jerry Duty Linda Boye and Galen Hess Charlotte Massie and Jimmy Kiser 127 ROW ONE: King, David Williams; Queen, Jody Billips. ROW TWO: Attendants: Pam Shutt, Suzanne Surface, Janet Farley, Maid-of-Honor Joyce Leffler, Sammi Snyder, Sue Brown, Inis Roberts. MAY DAY King David Williams and Queen Jody Billips. 128 Sally Northrup, Elise Northrup, Brenda Leffel, Debbie Honaker, Jo Shutt. SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS GOLD CUP WINNERS STANDING, Left to Right: Lindsey French, Jennings Chambers, Charlotte Massie, Cindy Greever, Susan Royall. SEATED: Zed French. 129 BEST DANCERS: WITTIEST: Rae Necessary and Bill Hagy Connie Whitt and Charles Adkins I MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED: J. D. Payne and Gayle Mustard MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Norman Howell and Marguaret Jones MOST COURTEOUS: Ty Grant and Julia Kaufman 130 MOST TALKATIVE: FRIENDLIEST: Calvin Alford and Mickey Louise Janet Farley and Pete Kouchinsky MOST STUDIOUS: Kelly Kidd and Linda Collier LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Neel, Mrs. Bowman, Miss Necessary, Mrs. Ruby Necessary, Mrs. Profitt, and Mrs. Necessary. HELPERS To those who serve us through the endless task of our daily meals; to those of our school who work long and hard hours to keep our school neat and clean: We appreciate your service! LEFT TO RIGHT: Grat Wimmer, Ronnie Hayes, and Jack Davis. SENIOR STATISTICS A ADKINS, CHARLES DEVOY-North Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1; Track 1. ALFORD, CALVIN FRANCIS-Four-Way, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4; Junior Honor Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3; Thespians 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3; Foreign Language 4; SCA Representative 2; Homeroom Treasurer 2; May Day 2; Talent Show 1,2,3,4; SCA 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Treasurer 4, Class Tournaments 1; Senior Superlative; Annual Staff 3,4; Christmas Pageant; Junior Play; Senior Play. ALTIZER, JAMES RANDY-Bishop, Virginia KVG 1. ANNAS, CHRISTINE DIAN-Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1,2,3,4; FHA 4; Beta Club. ASBURY, CHESLEY GORDON-Maxwell, Virginia Golf Team 1,2,3; FFA 1,2,3,4; Bus Patrol 1; Science Fair. ASBURY, PEARL MARIE-Tazewell, Virginia Glee Club 1,2; FTA 4. ASBURY, RETHA JANE-Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1,2,3,4; Christmas Pageant 2,3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Thespians 3,4; Treasurer 3,4; May Day 2; Science Fair 2; Art Club 4; Most Dependable. B BARNES, MARGARET VIRGINIA-Tazewell, Virginia Latin Club 1,2,3; Talent Show 1,2,3,4; SCA 1,2,3,4; SCA Representative 1,3,4, Vice-Pres. Junior Music Club 3; President 4; Class Tournaments 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 4; National Thespians Society 3,4; Science Fair 2,3; Snow Queen 4. BARRETT, JOHN DAVID-Tazewell, Virginia Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Honor Society 1,2; All-County Band 1,2; Foreign Language Club 4; Homeroom President 1,4; Band Council 2; Christmas Pageant 4. BEAVERS, CHARLES RONALD-Bishop, Virginia KVG 2; Christmas Pageant 3,4; Homeroom President 4; Art Club 4. BEAVERS, DAVID JOSEPH-Tazewell, Virginia KVG 2. BEAVERS, JAMES CLYDE-Pounding Mill, Virginia DE 4. BEAVERS, TOMMY IRVIN-Dix Creek, Virginia BILLIPS, GERALD ALAN-Bluefield, Virginia Football 1,2,4; May Day 2; SCA 2; Track 1; Projector Club 1; KVG 4; Senior Play; Best Sophomore; Homecoming Court 3,4; Best Looking Senior; Homeroom Treasurer 2; Home¬ room Vice-President 4. BILLIPS, JIMMY LEWIS-BluefieId, Virginia Wrestling 2; KVG 4. BIRD, EARL THOMPSON-Tazewell, Virginia Projector Club 1; ICT 1st place current events contest, district competition 3; DE Club 4. BLACKWELL, CAROLYN SUE-North Tazewell, Virginia Talent Show 1; May Day 1; Tournaments 1,2; Homeroom President 2; Art Show 2; May Day 2,3; Art Show 3,4; Fash¬ ion Show 4. BLANKENSHIP, CAROLYN CHRISTINE-Amonate, Virginia May Day 2; SCA 4; Pep Club 2. BLEVINS, MARCELLA ANN-North Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1; May Day 1,2; Y-Teens 3; Girls Projector Club 4; Glee Club 4. BOWEN, KATIE LOU-Tazewell, Virginia Jr. Honor Society 1; SCA 1,4; Pep Club 1; Class Tourna¬ ments 1; Senior Play; Talent Show 1; May Day 1. BOWLES, CHARLES STANLEY-Tazewell, Virginia Bus Patrol 1,2; Science Fair 2. BOWLING, SHARON ELIZABETH-Bishop, Virginia Jr. Honor 1,2; May Day 1; 4-H 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 3,4; Library Aide 3; Christmas Pag¬ eant 4; Jr. Play; Senior Play; Science Fair 1; Class Tour¬ naments 3,4; SCA 1,2,3,4. BREESE, CHARLOTTE ANN-Tazewell, Virginia Jr. Honor Society 2; SCA 1,2,3,4; Senior Play. BREWSTER, RALPH DANIEL-Bishop, Virginia Band 1; May Day 2,3; Senior Play; Christmas Pageant. BREWSTER, REBECCA PHYLLIS-Pounding Mill, Virgin ia Basketball 2; Y-Teens 2; Christmas Pageant 3; May Day 1; Parliamentarian ICT 4. BROOKS, LUSTER EDWARD-North Tazewell, Virginia KVG 1,2,3,4; May Day 1. BROOKS, PAMELA GAIL-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2,3; Christmas Pageant 4; Art Club 4; Vice- President 4. BROWN, BRENDA JOYCE-North Tazewell, Virginia Pep Club 1; SCA 1,2,3,4; May Day; FBLA 3,4, Treasurer 4; FTA 4; Snow Queen Attendant 4. BROWN, DOUGLAS WAYNE-North Tazewell, Virginia 133 SENIOR STATISTICS BROWN, LARRY BLAINE-North Tazewell, Virginia BROWNING, LORRAINE CAROL-North Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 2; May Day 2; Future Teachers 2; Y-Teen 3; DE 4. BRYANT, DEBORAH JUNE-North Tazewell, Virginia BUCHANAN, BARBARA SUE-Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Sec. Y-Teens 4. BUNDY, JACKIE LEE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; DE 4; Vice-Pres. Homeroom 4; Projector Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Pep Club 2; Christmas Pag¬ eant 4; Talent Show 1,2; Junior Play; Band 1,2,3,4. c CAIN, BEVERLY ELLEN-North Tazewell, Virginia FTA 2,3,4, Historian 3; Latin Club 2; Jr. Honor Society 2; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Pep Club 3,4, Vice- President 3; FHA 4; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Class Treas¬ urer 3; Talent Show 2; May Day 2; Christmas Pageant 3,4; Concord College Playday 2; Class Tournaments 2,3,4; Sen¬ ior Play. CARNER, RITA ANN-Cliffield, Virginia May Day 2,3; Christmas Pageant 4,5; DE 4. CASE, SHARON HOPE-North Tazewell, Virginia FBLA 3, Secretary FBLA 4; National Honor Society 4. CAUDILL, ALICE VIRGINIA-Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1,2; Christmas Pageant 2,4; Y-Teen Treasurer 3, Y-Teen Executive Committee 4; Majorette 4; Art Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4; All-County Band 3,4. CAUDILL, SANDRA ELAINE-Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Executive Committee 2,3,4, Vice-Presi¬ dent 3, National Junior Honor Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4; May Day 1,2; Easter Pageant 1,2,3,4; Christmas Pageant 4; Science Fair 2; Basketball Class Tournaments 3,4; Superlative Program 3,4; Y-Teen Girls of the Month. CLAYTOR, JOSEPH THOMPSON, JR.-Tazewell, Virginia FFA 2,3,4; KVG 2,3. COLE, WALTER REECE, JR.-North Tazewell, Virginia DE 4. COLLEY, ETHEL ARMANDA-Tazewell, Virginia COLLIER, LINDA JANE-Clear Fork, Virginia National Junior Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Y-Teens 1; Class Tournaments 1; Science Fair 1,2; Band 1,2,3, All-County Band 1,2,3, All-State Band 1,2,3, All- Student USA Band 3, District Solo Festival (Superior) 1; Spelling Champion 1,2,3; Talent Show 1; Rotary Guest 4; Most Studious Girl 4; Scholarship Award 1,2,3; Band Award 1,2,3; National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist 4; Michigan State University Alumni Distinguished Scholarship com¬ petition 4; National Science Foundation Summer Math, Statistics, Computers Institute 3. COLLINS, KELLY, JR.-Four Way, Virginia KVG 4; Homeroom Vice-President 4. COLLINS, MARTHA ANNE-Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; SCA 1,2,3,4. COVER, ARTHUR BYRON-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3; Thespians 3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Foreign Language Club 4. COX, OLIVIA VIRGINIA-Tazewell, Virginia FHA 1; Science Fair 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Thespians 4; Senior Play 4; Talent Show 1,2; FHA Historian 1; SCA 1,2, 3,4; 4-H 1,2; Christmas Pageant 2,3,4; Glee Club 1. CRABTREE, LARRY STEVEN-North Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4; Jr. Honor Society 1; May Day Court; Homecoming King; Science Fair Winner 1; Vice-President Senior Class; SCA. CROCKETT, RUSSELL LIND-North Tazewell, Virginia Science Fair 2; May Day 2; Wrestling 2,3,4; Homeroom Vice-President 2,3; Class Tournaments 1,3; Monogram Club Secretary 4. D DALTON, DOUGLAS DAVID-Bluefield, Virginia KVG 3; FFA 1. DAVIS, DEWAYNE CURTIS-North Tazewell, Virginia Football 1; KVG 1,2,3. DILLOW, MICHAEL ANTHONY-Bandy, Virginia FFA 1,2,3; KVG 2,3. DOWDY, WILLIAM MAURICE-Tazewell, Virginia FFA 1,2,3,4; Junior Talent Show; Bus Patrol 3; Senior Talent Show; KVG 4; FFA Vice President 4. DURHAM, JAMES HARVERY-Tazewell, Virginia Homeroom President 1; May Day 1,2; Class Tournaments 1,2,3,4; Manager Basketball 1,4; KVG 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 4; Bus Patrol 2,3; Boys ' State 3; Assistant Crew Leader 3,4; Senior Play. F FARLEY, JANET LARAE-North Tazewell, Virginia Basketball Tournaments 1,2; May Day 1,2, May Day Prin¬ cess 3, Homecoming Queen 4; Pep Club 1,2; FHA 1,2,3; SENIOR STATISTICS FHA Sec. 3; SCA Representative 3,4; Infirmary Nurse 2,3, 4; Senior Class Secretary; Most Friendlist; Talent Show 1 , 2 . FIELDS, GERALD MONROE-Tazewell, Virginia FFA; SCA. FRENCH, ZED SHERRILL, HI-North Tazewell, Virginia Pres. Senior Class 4; Pres, of Junior Music Club 3, Vi ce- Pres. 4, Junior Music Club 4; Music Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; 4-H Honor Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; National Junior Honor Society 1,2, Treas. 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Secre¬ tary 3; Latin Club 2,3; Foreign Language Club 4; Science Projects Club 2,3; Pres. Jr. Music Clubs of District I 1,2,3; Thespians 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; SCA Student Coun¬ cil 4; Golf 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Boys ' State 3; 2nd place Science Fair 1; Christmas Pageant 4; May Day 2; Talent Show 1,2,3,4; Senior Superlative-Most Dependable; Won 5 Superiors and 3 Excellents in Va. Fed. of Music Festivals; Class Tournaments 1,2,3; THS Band 1,2. G GILBERT, PATRICIA DARLENA-Amonate, Virginia GLAVIANO, CECELIA ELAINE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Christmas Pageant 4; National Jr. Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 2,3, Sec¬ retary of Latin Club 3; Science Projects Club 2,3; Foreign Language Club 4; Thespians 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; SCA 1,2,3,4, SCA Representative 4; Va. Latin Tournament 2; 1st place Science Fair 2; District Science Fair 2; 2nd place in Spelling Contest 2,3; Historian of Latin Club 2. GOINS, GERALDINE-Bluefield, Virginia Dance Group 1,2; May Queen; FHA; Miss TCH; Y-Teens3. GRANT, FRANK WALKER-Tazewell, Virginia Projector Club 1,2,3,4; Sophomore Talent Show; FFA 3,4; Freshman Talent Show; Junior Talent Show; Senior Talent Show; KVG 4; Most Courteous; Foreign Language Club 4. GREENE, NANNETTE-North Tazewell, Virginia Basketball Tournaments 3,4. GRIFFITH, DANIEL WAYNE-North Tazewell, Virginia KVG 2,3,4. H HAGER, SHIRLEY JUNE-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Junior Honor Society 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Y-Teen Sec. 2, Y-Teen Correspondent Sec. 3, Y-Teen Ad¬ ministrative Assistant 4; Easter Pageant 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, National Honor Society President 4; Y- Teen Semester Girl 3; Christmas Pageant 4; Y-Teen Girl of the Month 3,4. HAGY, BILL GARLAND-North Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Monogram Club 4; May Day 1,2; Christmas Pag¬ eant 4. HALL, DARRELL RAY-North Tazewell, Virginia Basketball 1,2; May Day 1,2; Stagecraft 4; Basketball Tour¬ naments 1,2,3,4; KVG 4; Art Club 4. HANKINS, CAROLYN SUE-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Junior Honor Society 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Y-Teen Sec. 3, Y-Teen Corres. Sec. 4; Easter Pageant 1, 2,3,4; Christmas Pageant 2,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Y-Teen Girl of the Month 3; Science Fair 2; Annual Staff 3. HANKINS, JERRY WAYNE-North Tazewell, Virginia 2nd and 3rd place in Art Exhibit. HANKINS, MARGARET FAYE-North Tazewell, Virginia HARDY, HOMER RICHARD-Tazewell, Virginia DE 2,3. HARMON, BARBARA FAY-North Tazewell, Virginia Bus Patrol 1; May Day 1. HARRIS, JAMES MICHAEL-Tazewell, Virginia Best 9th Grader, Pres, of 9th Grade Homeroom Football 1,4; Basketball 1,2,3; National Jr. Honor Society 1,2; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3,4; Library Assistant 1,2; Latin Club 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Easter Pageant 3; May Day 1,2; National Honor Society Play 3; Sec. SCA 2,3; Science Fair Winner 2; Class Tournament 1; Talent Show 2,3,4; Pres. SCA 4; Boys ' State 3; Best All-Round Senior Boy; Christ¬ mas Pageant 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; SCA Work¬ shop at Radford 3, SCA Convention at Va. Beach 3, Vice- Chairman SCA District Meeting; Thespians 4. HARRIS, MARY JANE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Class Tournaments 1,2,3,4; Talent Show 1,2, 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3; Foreign Language Club 4; Junior Honor Society 1,2; Vice-Pres. 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Science Project ' s Club 2,3; Science Fair 2,3; SCA 1, 2,3,4. HAYES, GLACOMA JANE-North Tazewell, Virginia Christmas Pageant 2; Library Club 3; ICT 3,4, ICT Secre¬ tary 4, ICT Student of the Year 4. HAYTON, WILLIAM HOWARD-Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1,2,3,4; Projector Club 1,2,3; Wrestling 1; May Day 1; ICT 1; KVG 1. HERALD, LINDA SUE-Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1,2; Science Fair 2; Fashion Show 3; FHA 3; Na¬ tional Junior Honor Society 1,2; SCA 1,2,3,4; FTA 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3, Class Tournaments 1,2,3,4. HERALD, VINNIE PAULINE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1; National Junior Honor Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 3. 135 SENIOR STATISTICS HOLMES, RICHARD ALLEN-Richland, Virginia Track 1,2; SCA 1,2,3,4; Football 1. HOLMES, VERNON LANDRETH-North Tazewell, Virginia Projector Club 1,2; FFA 1,2; May Day 1,2; VICA Club 3; DECA Club 4. HONAKER, DEBORAH CASSELL-Tazewell, Virginia Jr. Honor 2,3; Latin Club 2,3; National Honor 4,5; Pep Club 4; Thespians 4; Art Club 4; Science Fair 3rd Place 3; Sen¬ ior Play; May Day 1,2,3. HONAKER, REBA LOUISE-Bandy, Virginia HORN, HUBERT JAMES-Tazewell, Virginia FFA 2,4. HORTON, FLORA CAROL-North Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1; Miss Freshman; FHA 1,2; Y-Teens 3; Christmas Pageant 3,4. HOWELL, GERALD DAVID-Tazewell, Virginia ICT 4; Student of the Year 4. HOWELL, NORMAN LOONEY-Burke ' s Garden, Virginia Bus Patrol 3; FFA 2,3,4; Treasurer Bus Patrol 3; Treas¬ urer FFA 4; May Day 1. HOWERY, CORA LEE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; FBLA 3; SCA 3; Pep Club 3,4. HOWINGTON, JUDY DELORES-Cedar Bluff, Virginia May Day 1,2; FFA 3,4; FBLA 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Foreign Language Club 4; Library Assistant 4; Work Study Program 3; Science Fair 2; Christmas Pageant. HUGHES, NIANZA VICTORIA-Tazewell, Virginia Jr. Honor Society 2; Latin Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3; National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 2; May Day. HURLEY, ESTHER SUZANNE-North Tazewell, Virginia SCA Treasurer 1, SCA 2,4, Rep. 2,4; Homeroom Pres. 3, Homeroom Treas. 4; Christmas Pageant 2,3,4; May Day 1,2; Future Teachers of America 3,4; Club Reporter FTA 4; Bulldog Staff 4; Talent Show 1,2. HYMES, DEAN MICHEAL-Four Way, Virginia Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1. IRVIN, CHARLES RAYMOND-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2; Spanish Club; KVG 3,4; Glee Club 4. J JENNINGS, PAMELA SUE-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2; Chorus 3; FTA 4; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 2, Homeroom Treas. 4; Treasurer of Y-Teens 2; SCA 3; Christmas Pageant 3,4; Talent Show 1; Parlia¬ mentarian of FTA 4; Bulldog Staff 4. JESSEE, JOYCE DELENE-North Tazewell, Virginia Y-Teens 1,2,3; SCA 2; May Princess 2; Easter Pageant 1,2; Christmas Pageant 3,4; Junior Play. JOHNSON, BARBARA LYNN-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 2; Y-Teen 4; Vice-President Homeroom 1; Treas¬ urer of 9th Grade Class; Christmas Pageant. JOHNSON, LARRY DEAN-Crockett ' s Cove, Virginia JONES, JAMES LLOYD-North Tazewell, Virginia Bus Patrol 1; Projector Club 1,2,3,4; ICT Club. JONES, MARGARET ANNE-Tazewell, Virginia Latin Club 1,2,3; Foreign Language Club 4; Jr. Honor So¬ ciety 1,2, Sec. Jr. Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Science Projects Club 2,3; May Day 1,2; Talent Show 1,2,3,4; Christmas Pageant 4; Va. State Latin Tournament 1,2; Science Fair 1,2,3; First Place 1; Third Place 2; SCA 1,2,3,4; Dean ' s List Medals 1,2,3; Certificate of Merit from Va. State Latin Tournament 1; Proficiency Certifi¬ cate in Trig.; Delegate to first Western area National Honor Societies Conference 3; Lion ' s Club Peace Essay Contest; Most Likely to Succeed. JONES, MARGARET VERNON-Tazewell, Virginia Latin Club 2,3, Latin Club Historian 3; Jr. Honor Society 1,2; May Day 1,2; Thespians 4; Girls ' State 3; Talent Show 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. Foreign Language Club; Class Tourna¬ ments 1,2,3,4; Science Fair 3; Junior Music Club; Christ¬ mas Pageant 4; Jr. Class Play; Student Director; Senior Class Play; SCA. K KARNES, LARRY WAYNE-North Tazewell, Virginia DE 2,3, Treasurer 4. KAUFMAN, JULIA ANN-Ta zewell, Virginia Chorus 2; Y-Teen 3,4; FTA 4. KEGLEY, ETHEL GRAY-Tazewell, Virginia National Jr. Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4, Sec. 4; SCA 3,4; Science Fair 2; Christmas Pageant 4; Class Tournaments 2,3. KIDD, KELLY MORTON-Tazewell, Virginia Basketball 2; Football 1; Treasurer of Latin Club 3; Jr. Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3; Treasurer 4; SCA 2; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4. KINDER, JOHN ROBERT-Tazewell, Virginia All County Band 1,3; Projector Club 1,5; Christmas Pag¬ eant 3. 136 SENIOR STATISTICS KISER, VALLERIE FAYE-Bishop, Virginia Class Tournaments 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2; Bulldog Staff Busi¬ ness Manager 3; Quill and Scroll 3; DE 3; FTA 4; May Day 1,2; Science Fair 1; Christmas Pageant 2,3,4; FBLA Re¬ gional Workshop and Convention of FBLA 2, Pres. FBLA 3, Reporter 4. KOUCHINSKY, PETER JOSEPH-North Tazewell, Virginia Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football Manager 1,2; Track 1,3,4; Sophomore Class Treas.; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. SCA; Most Friendliest; Thespians 3,4; Christmas Pag¬ eant 4; Easter Pageant 3; SCA 1,2,3,4; May Day 2,3; Jun¬ ior Play 3; Senior Play 4. L LAMBERT, ALFRED OTIS-Tazewell, Virginia FFA 2,3; KVG 2,3; DECA Parliamentarian 4. LAXTON, THOMAS DELANO-Amonate, Virginia Projector Club 1,2,3,4; KVG 4. LESTER, JAMES ROSCOE-North Tazewell, Virginia Projector Club 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; SCA 1,2,3,4; Senior Homeroom Vice-Pres.; May Day; Class Tourna¬ ments; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; An¬ nual Staff 3,4; All-County Football 4; KVG 1; Annual Staff Sports Editor 4; Track Manager 3; Wrestling Manager 4. LINKOUS, BRENDA ALICE-North Tazewell, Virginia LINKOUS, MARY ELIZABETH-North Tazewell, Virginia Choir 1; May Day 1,2; Pep Club. LITTLE, MARY ELIZABETH-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Pep Club 1; Junior Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Science Fair 2; FFA 3, FFA Historian 4; Christmas Pageant 4; FBLA 4; Vice-Pres. Homeroom 3; SCA. LITTLE, THOMAS ANDREW-North Tazewell, Virginia LOCKHART, JACQUETTA DARLENE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2,3; Talent Show 1,2,3; FTA 1, Treasurer 2; Y-Teens 2,3; SCA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; FBLA 4; Christ¬ mas Pageant 2,3; Class Tournaments 1,2. LOUISE, DOMINICA CARMELA-Bishop, Virginia FTA 1,2; SCA 1,2,3,4; FLC 1; Quill and Scroll 1; Most Talkative 4; Vice-Pres. of Quill and Scroll. LOUISE, ROSA MARIA-Bishop, Virginia May Day 1,2; Homeroom Officer 2; FTA 3,4, Secretary 4. LOWE, DORA NELL-North Tazewell, Virginia Temperance Pres. 3; Secretary and Treas. of Girls Club 3; Paster of SCA 3. LOWMAN, ERRA JO-Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; FBLA 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Band 1,2,3,4, Band Pres. 4; Drum Majorette 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Homecoming Attendant 4; Thespians 4; Basketball Tournaments 4; Christmas Pageant 4; All-State Band 2,3; All-County Band 2,3,4; Sec. Homeroom 2. M McBRIDE, JAMES LEONARD-North Tazewell, Virginia Pep Club 1; Bus Patrol 3; KVG 4. McCALL, RONALD JACK-North Tazewell, Virginia Pep Club 1; Patrolman 3; Basketball Tournament 3; Christ¬ mas Pageant. McGLOTHLIN, SANDRA CARRON-Cedar Bluff, Virginia SCA 1; May Day 1,2. McGUIRE, JOHN KELLEY-Tazewell, Virginia KVG 2,3,4; FFA 3,4. McREYNOLDS, SANDRA ANN-Bandy, Virginia Pep Club 3; May Day 2; Miss Congienality in Miss Taze¬ well County Contest. McVEY, LOLA BEATRICE-Tazewell, Virginia National Honor Society 3,4; FBLA 3,4, Pres. 4; Christmas Pageant 4; Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Biology Club 2, Vice-Pres. 2; Girls Athletic Association. MEADE, EMMETT-Cedar Bluff, Virginia MEADWELL, LYNN ALISON-North Tazewell, Virginia Library Aid 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Bulldog Staff 2,3,4, Editor- in-chief 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Farm Bu¬ reau Book Review 2nd Place 2; Student Reporter Bluefield Daily Telegraph 3,4; WTZE High School Reporter 4. MINTON, LINDEN TRAVIS-North Tazewell, Virginia Mr. Sophomore 2; KVG 1,2; Basketball 2; FFA 1,2. MONK, RONALD GARY-River Jack, Virginia Basketball 1,2,3,4; Science Fair Winner 1,2; Latin Club 2,3,4; Projector Club 1,2; Science Fair Projects Club 1,2; Jr. Honor 1,2; Thespians 4; Art Club 4. MOORE, GARY RANDALL-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; May Day 3; Christmas Pag¬ eant 4. MORE FIELD, BRENDA SUE-North Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1; Latin Club 2; Homeroom Pres. 1,2; Pep Club 1,4; FTA 4; May Day 2. MULLINS, EMORY CARL-Cedar Bluff, Virginia FBLA 4; Band 2. MULLINS, JUDITH CAROL-Cedar Bluff, Virginia Y-Teens 1; Spring Festival 2; Christmas Pageant 3; FBLA 4. 137 SENIOR STATISTICS MUNDY, BANE GARLAND-North Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3; Track 1,3. MUSTARD, MARIE GAYLE-Tazewell, Virginia Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Head Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Latin Club 1; Best Freshman; Talent Show 1,2,3,4; Christmas Pageant 2,3,4; Class Tournaments 1,2,3; Thes¬ pians 3,4; Girls ' State 4; FHA 4; Quill and Scroll 3, Pres. 4; JHS 1,2; May Day 1,2,3, May Princess 1; Homecoming Attendant 3; Miss Tazewell County 1966. MYERS, SANDRA SUE-North Tazewell, Virginia DECA Club 4. N NEEL, BARRY LYNN-Bastian, Virginia FFA 2,3,4, Sec. 3; KVG 1,2,3,4; Projector Club 1,3; Li¬ brary Assistant 2,3,4. NEEL, JAMES WILLIAM-Tazewell, Virginia FFA 1,2,3,4; KVG 2,3,4; Class Tournaments 1,2,3,4; Sci¬ ence Fair 1,2; Track 1; Band 1,2. NORTHRUP, SALLIE BOWEN-Tazewell, Virginia Latin Club 1,2,3; Jr. Honor Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Thespians 4; Jr. Music Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4, Sec. 4; FTA 2,3,4; FHA 3,4, Sec. 4; Language Club 4; SCA Rep. 1; Science Fair Winner 3, State Science Fair; Talent Show 1,2,3; May Day 1,2,3; Class Tournaments 1,2,3. NUNLEY, LARRY THOM AS-Tazewell, Virginia KVG 1,2; May Day 2; Wrestling 3; Art Club 4; Homeroom Sec. 4; Stagecraft 4. o OQUINN, ROSE ELLEN-Cliffield, Virginia P PAYNE, JOHNNY DOUGLAS-North Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3; Monogram Club 4, Pres.; Christmas Play 4. PAYNE, LARRY DENNIS-Tazewell, Virginia Track 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3; Jr. Honor Society 1,2; Senior Play; Jr. Play; SCA 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4, Sec. 4; Christ¬ mas Pageant, Director of one act play. PRUETT, JOE ROBERT-Bishop, Virginia SCA 1; May Day 4; Homeroom Pres. 4; Art Club. PUCKETT, RONNIE LEE-North Tazewell, Virginia Basketball 1; Wrestling 2,3. PUCKETT, VIRGINIA RUTH-Pounding Mill, Virginia May Day 2; FHA 1,2,3,4, FHA Treas. 2, FHA Par. 3, FHA Fed. Treasurer 3; Infirmary Nurse 1,2,3; Jr. Honor So¬ ciety 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Christmas Pageant 4; SCA 1,2,3,4. Q QUESENBERRY, MILLIE NADINE-Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1,2,3,4. QUESENBERRY, ROBERT WAYNE-Bandy, Virginia KVG 3,4. R RAMBO, ROY HOWARD-North Tazewell, Virginia VJCA Club Reporter 4. RASNAKE, BETTY JANE-Bandy, Virginia RASNICK, HARRIET ELLEN-North Tazewell, Virginia Basketball Tournaments 1,2,3,4; Christmas Pageant 3,4; FBLA Sec.-Treas. 4; May Day 1,2. REESE, BARRY WAYNE-North Tazewell, Virginia Class Tour 2,4. RHUDY, JAMES E.-Tazewell, Virginia 4-H 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; KVG 1,2,3,4; May Day 1,2; FHA Officer 1,2,3. RIDDLE, WILLIAM GEORGE-North Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2; Class Tour¬ naments 2,3,4; Stagecraft 3; ICT 3. ROBERTS, MARGARET-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Talent Show 2,3,4; Christmas Pageant 3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; Library 2; Choir 3,4. ROBINETTE, SANDRA SUE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1; Christmas Pageant 4; DE 1. ROBINSON, SANDRA LEE-North Tazewell, Virginia Cheerleader 1,2,3, Head Cheerleader 2, Vice-Pres. 2, President and Vice-Pres. 3; May Princess 2, May Day 2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,3; FHA 2; Best Sophomore Girl; Best Junior Girl; Talent Show 1,2; Basketball Tournaments 1 , 2 . ROOP, BILL ALLEN-Bandy, Virginia Football 2,3,4; Tournament 2,3,4; KVG 4; FFA 3,4; Track 2; Art Club 4. ROSS, BETSY GRAHAM-Tazewell, Virginia Latin Club 1,2,3, Pres. Treas.; Jr. Honor Society 1,2; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3,4; SCA Representative 4; Foreign Language Club 4; Science Projects Club 2,3; Jr. Music Club 1,2,3,4; Class Tournaments 1,2,3,4; Class Talent Show 1,2, 3,4; Science Fair 1,3; Jr. Class Play; Senior Class Play; Thespians 4; May Day 1,3; Girls ' State 3; Christmas Pag¬ eant 4. 138 SENIOR STATISTICS RUCKER, BAYARD AMBROSE-Tazewell, Virginia 4-H 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 3; Foreign Language 4; SCA Rep¬ resentative. RUTHERFORD, PAMELA ELIZABETH-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2; Pep Club 1,3; VICA 4; Infirmary Nurse 3; Library Worker 4; Fashion Show in Home Ec. s SARGENT, MIKE-Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Art Club; May Day; Senior Play. SAYERS, LINDA GAIL-North Tazewell, Virginia Homeroom Sec. 2,4. SHAWVER, ALICE MEADE-Bastian, Virginia SHEETS, BRENDA ADELE-North Tazewell, Virginia Homeroom Pres. 1; Talent Show 1,2; Pep Club 3,4; Sci¬ ence Fair 2, Pres. 4; Y-Teens 1; FTA 2,3,4, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Spelling Bee 2; Speech Contest 3; Christ¬ mas Pageant 2,3,4; FBLA 2,3; Reporter 3,4; May Day Princess 2; Band 2,3; SCA 1,2,3,4; Quill and Scroll 2,3; Bulldog Staff 3; Senior Play 4; National Junior Honor So¬ ciety 2; Concord College Play Day 2; Class Tournaments 2.3, SHEPPARD, DARYL ELBERT-Bluefield, Virginia KVG 4; FFA 1. SHEPPARD, ELLEN SUE-Bluefield, Virginia SCA 1; May Day 1; Homeroom Pres. 1, Treas. 1, Sec. 1. SHRADER, GLENDA CATHERINE-Bandy, Virginia Basketball 3,4; FBLA 3,4; Senior Play. SHUTT, JO MARIE-Bishop, Virginia Latin Club 1,2,3; Jr. Honor Society 2; National Honor So¬ ciety 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Freshman Class Pres. Y-Teens 3.4, Y-Teen Chaplain 4; FHA 4; Jr. Music Club 1,2,3; 4-H 220.127.116.11, Pres. 2; Vice-Pres. 3; Foreign Language Club 4; Basketball; SCA 1,2; Jr. Play Director Talent Show 1,2,4; Science Fair Winner 3; National Co-Ed Corres. Semester Girl 4. SMITH, CAROL LYNN-Tazewell, Virginia Band 1,2; Latin Club 1,2,3; FFA 4; FBLA 4; Library Aid 4. SMITH, LLOYD GEORGE-Tazewell, Virginia Projector Club 2,3; Senior Play; Christmas Pageant 4; Language Club 4. SMITH, MARY LEE-Tazewell, Virginia Christmas Pageant 4; May Day 2; Y-Teens 3,4. SNELL, DARRELL RICHARD-Tip Top, Virginia FFA 2; KVG 2; DE 1; Bus Patrol 1. SPARKS, BILLY IRVEN-North Tazewell, Virginia DE Club 3,4. SPARKS, JULIA FAY-North Tazewell, Virginia STACY, ROGER DALE-North Tazewell, Virginia STONE, GARY LYNN-Tazewell, Virginia STREET, DELMAR BLAIR-Pounding Mill, Virginia FFA 1,2; Golf 2,3. SUTHERLAND, EULA YVONNE-Bandy, Virginia SWEENEY, EDGAR S., JR.-North Tazewell, Virginia SCA 1,2,3; KVG 1,2; Christmas Pageant 1,2,3,4. SWORD, HALLIE CLAUDENE-Pounding Mill, Virginia Band 1; Homeroom Treas. 3; Christmas Pageant 3. T TAYLOR, WALLACE DEAN-Bandy, Virginia Basketball 1,2,3. THOMPSON, GERALDINE ELREE-Tazewell, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2; May Day 1,2; Jr. Honor Society 2; Y-Teens 3,4. V VANHOOZIER, VIRGINIA MAE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day 1,2,3; Christmas Pageant 3,4. VINEY, ROBERT CORKETT-North Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2. w WATSON, BETTY IRENE-North Tazewell, Virginia Glee Club 1; Y-Teen Pres. 4; National Honor Society 4; Snow Queen Attendant 4; SCA 1,2,3,4; Science Fair 2; Jr. Honor Society 2; Christmas Pageant 4; Y-Teen Executive Member 3. WHITE, JOSEPH CALVIN-North Tazewell, Virginia FBLA 4. WHITE, JOYCE LEE-Cedar Bluff, Virginia DECA 4. WHITE, SAMUEL FRANKLIN-North Tazewell, Virginia Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 4; Track 1,2,3,4; KVG 1; SCA 1; Art Club 4. WHITMAN, JEAN ELIZABETH-Tazewell, Virginia Pep Club Treasurer 1, Secretary 2; May Day 1,2; Talent Show 2; Homeroom Pres. 3; SCA 4; Christmas Pageant 2, 3,4. WHITT, CONNIE SIBYL-Bandy, Virginia Homeroom Pres. 1,3,4; May Day 1,2; FHA 4; Christmas Pageant 4; Jr. Play 3; Wittiest Senior Superlative 4; FHA 4; National Jr. Honor Society 2. 139 SENIOR STATISTICS WHITT, ROGER LEE-North Tazewell, Virginia Art Club 4; KVG 2,3,4. WILSON, JODY LEE-Tazewell, Virginia Vice-Pres. of Class 1,2,3, Pres, of Class; Jr. Varsity Football; Jr. High Basketball; Track 1,2,3,4; SCA 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. WILSON, JOSEPH WAYNE-Tazewell, Virginia Latin Club 1,2,3; Jr. Honor Society 2; Foreign Language Club 4; All County Band 1,2; Christmas Pageant 4; Foreign Language Club, President 4. WINFREY, NARVIE LOUISE-Tazewell, Virginia Art Club 2; Speech 1; Christmas Pageant 4. Y YATES, DEBORAH ANN-North Tazewell, Virginia Band 1,2,3,4; Jr. Honor Society 2; All-County Band 4; SCA 1; Class Secretary 1; Glee Club 1. YATES, LINDA CAROL-North Tazewell, Virginia YOUNG, CAROL DIANE-Gratton, Virginia Glee Club 1; Latin Club 1,2; SCA Rep. 1; Sec.-Treas. Home¬ room 2; Jr. Honor Society 2; Easter Pageant 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; Y-Teen Girl of the Month 3; Christmas Pageant 4; Vice-Pres. of Y-Teens 4; Science Fair 2; Thanksgiving Devotions 4. YOUNG. DONNA SUE-Tazewell, Virginia May Day Princess 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Talent Show 1,2,3,4; Jr. Varsity Cheerleader 2; Homecoming Attendant 2,3,4; Secretary of Sophomore Class 2; Queen of Sophomore Dance 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Secretary-Jr. Class 3; Class Tournaments 3; President of the Art Club 4; GHA 4; Best All-Round Senior 4. 140 MISS T.H.S. Donna Young 141 The support of our advertisers help to make our yearbook possible. 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