Van High School - Vancourier Yearbook (Van, WV)

 - Class of 1967

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V 44 . is 4 p 3, - , m , . . bw ",'l 50, gy 9? i Y v K ig U ,'m K :KX F 'xy 3 .f v-QQ , . 2 ,QF 1 kv... I? -.3 -J ,P - FEA' X fa E Y 3 fn STANDING: Advisorg Miss Thompson, Gary Bowe, Charles,Hurley, Joe Atha, Joan Kuhn, Diana Moore, Steve Fleming, Jean Peters, Sharon Branham, Sharon Welch, Cecil Sharp, Barry Kirby, Karen Davisg SEATED: Gaye Cocheran, John Fleming, Tom Carroll. .,,, VANCOURIER STAFF lf' Av 55. if "Working together to meet the deadline. 4 ' 54' I 11,115 LE DERSHIP AND G IDANCE vqqf MR. HAROLD HGLSTEIN Mrs. Gray, our school secretary, is better known to her friends as "Nickie". She has proven herself very efficient in the past years and has given invaluable service to our school At the present, Nickie's husband, Robert Gray, is stationed in Okinawa and each day she anxiously awaits mail call. Recently he sent several gifts, which she treasures, such as a china dinner service and silver ware, But the mail call Charlotte would prefer above all else is for Uncle Sam to return her "soldier boy" safe and sound. 6 ,gig o -Q ' Mr. Holstein, one of Van's outstanding facult members, teaches class in business mathematics in addition to his duties school counselor, We express our grati- tude to a man who is ou counselor, teacher, and friend. MRS. CHARLOTTE GRAY .-. it MAN OF P RPOSE Our principal, Mr. William W. Windon, looks upon each student as an individual. I-Ie takes time to help each one realize and develop himself. It is in' this endeavor, as in all other areas under his guidance, that Mr. Windon is a successful and respected principal. Mr. Windon came to Van High School in 1964. Since that time his duties have grown to include plan- ning the curriculum, and representing the school in different organizations. We appreciate all the work he has done and the co-operation he has given our annual staff. :I ..:-ns IFIFIU1 11" WILLIAM W. WINDON, JR. , Principal 1 MAN OF ACTIO ' Much of the new equipment added to our school from 1965- 67 has been the result of our principal taking advantage of the money made available under the Federal Elementary and Second- ary Educational Act and the Vo- cational Act of 1963. The much needed equip- ment includes a rnimeograph, dictating and transcribing equip- ment, filmstrip and 16 mm sound projectors, science equipment, library books, and typewriters. 4 7 THIRTY YEARS CONTRIBUTED TO EDUCATION To a man of great experience who has given thirty years of service to education in the Boone County Schools. He has taught twenty-nine years at Van High School and was principal at Wharton Junior High for one year. Mr. Bradley, a native of Boone County, graduated from Scott High School, West Virginia University with an A. B. Degree and from Marshall University with an M. A., Degree. He enjoys teaching as an instructor in our Commercial Department and has gained a reputation of par excellence in training students in secretarial and business courses. His many interests, other than teaching, include hunt- ing and fishing, working in his well equipped workshop and enjoying the "out-of-doors" on his recently acquired farm near Lory, Boone County. We the members of the Vancourier Staff are proud to dedicate this book to you, Mr. Ellis A. Bradley. DEDICATIO ,, : .. "Who likes soap cake. " Who said Mr. Time to work and not to play. Mr. Bradley Bradley enjoyed cutting the tin can cake entering fifth period Shorthand II class, covered with soap flake icing made, by "Dear Sir ---- " Miss Thompson, for the F. T. A. banquet? , ,- FACULTY LIBRARIAN Mrs. Kay Mullins J X . Q LJ 5 0 MATHEMATICS and'SCIENCE Left to Right: Mr. Calvin Wilson, Mrs.,Joan Toler and Mr, Joy Underwood. I TEACHERS IN ACTION O I Mrs. Mary Black, Leo Arnold. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Kenneth Mann and Mrs. Wilma Kuhn HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. Patsy Wiley i ' MUSIC Mr. Jack Haskins -"G-'Eg' 'L , INSPIRATION AND GUIDANCE - THE ART OF TEACHING '- ..:f 25512 I .-ni Nfl IHYNK S X. VY' NT! ii U "YW"- Y 35.5 SOCIAL SCIENCES Left to right: Mr. David Fincham, Miss Ida Mae Thompson, and Mr. Will- iam Reynolds . BUSINESS EDUCATION Left to right: Mr. Danny Mullins, Mr. Ellis Bradley, and Mr. Harold Hol- stein. A MOMENT WASTED IS GONE FOREVER :ET ,." " CLASS SPONSORS: Mrs. Mullins, Mrs. Kuhn, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Holstein and Mr. Mann E .III ill CLASS OFFICERS: John Fleming, Presidentg Kent Howell, Vice Presidentg Drema Ramsey, Secretaryg Rebecca Ball, Treasurer. 1 Hazel Dian Acree Mary Katherine Adkins Ioan Kuhn - Frankie Long. NEATEST Lana Workman - Steve Richards , MOST ATTRACTIVE Philip Wayne Adkins Danny Ray Bailey . Lydia Rebecca Ball Darrell Edward Bias William Beller IOYCC ADH Bias Leslie Gregory Bohannon Allen David BOW1iHg James O, Bohannon Allan Bowles WUQVX 'rf' Sharon Branham Charles Browder Hulen B, Brown John Brenda Kay Canterbury Mary Browning James Randall Browning Earnes My- A A J ny Ray Brown t Wayne Burns Danna Sue Butcher Eddie Bur-ng 'CA wwf' l l fr l Sharon B1-anham, Kem Howell Thomas Eddie Carroll Lillian Sue Brown MOST POPULAR I6 Brenda Kay Caruthers Linda Elaine Cook -we David P. Crawford Dean Preston Cregger Mary Rose Daniels Collene Creska 5 ,qu-'a,.,, James Gregory Eads Gaye Cocheran Dotson Ludell McCarty - Sharon Welch MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT -as-. r X 'FNB- Linda Karen Davis James Everett Dickerson Jack William Dotson Junior Dillion Lana Workman Kent Howell fax fm cr" Charles Lamuel Ellison, Jr. Johnny Ray Goodwin BEST FIGURE SL PHYSIQUE John Ray Fleming Jolene Elam ra. f 5 . X X, X Oma Persinger Gabbert Wy Linda Kay Gore Donna Jean Greear Ronald G. Grant 'ST' " J, I m ',,.,. A W-,EE . .ix Larry C. Harper Roger Dale Hicks Sharon Louise Hobbs Daniel Dean Hostein i 'af-N ' in , B., .Q ,' ' L5 if ,x r if .5 S ik -or S A 5 -- 33' A61 Charles David Justice Ernestine Merrell Hunt Harold Tyrone James Virginia Sue Hunter .- M15 fi' fm Tommy Jarrell Brenda Faye Jarvis Johnny Jones Robert Eugene Jarvis VA -viii Q David LiHVi116 Verna Mae Jones -6-an-Q S Ioan Carolyn Kuhn Hal Kent Howell Brenda Jarvis - Rodney Thurmond W ITTIEST I9 if ii? 2-B133 3. js..,..., ..y Phillip Lee Osborne Frankie Long III Roger Dean Moore Kathy Ann Massey .Rx W'-M V321-5. Jack Ludell McCarty Diana Lavely McCarty James Franklin Mooney Diana Kerng Moore 5 Q W ' . , 31 Y, .. Paul Moore Jerry Dean Lyons ' - Th d , . . Drama Mugggri Diijgggs urmon Drem? Gail Mullins Tommy L1nv11le 4 - iss. an F vi James Ernest Reynolds Ruby Ellen pore . , we X 4 - .P " ' 'uw' Stephen Wayne Richards Charles David Ramey MOST 445 fri fx gW429 Drema Gail Ramsey Anna Gaye Reed Randall Carl Phelps Victoria Sue Poore K5 I Q Jennings Jesse Saunders Jr. Beverly Thugmond Nancy Jone Sosebee Mr. Wilson Miss Thompson Us fir ' if 1 f LL., , Q, A ' ram. ,, : ?f5Fiz43f" T,-+3 1 .. f. 5- fiiv '- - 1,-.fm ,Q .f ,if a,,,. ms?" gi5T' r" K L-.91 W-Q ', Qzwi.. ' , -1- T, 5, K 2 sig' wg. - . A 'fi .of Q' ' A ' ' I 'vili5', is 5, 3692'- fe " Zi 7 ' ' 'itil -5.x , . ' ' J A ' 1, ge 5, . ,Q, 4 Qu Q ,- ,--Q -f , e, ,, .. ..,f.,a, .-M, .Q it We X , ggi 3 .. W, Q L E X xiii-Q33 ww ' if ia . i 4 K A .F A 'tai' -- wi., - John Fleming - Diana McCart PRETTIEST HAIR Q, ,Rid fr? Rodney Dale Thurmond Paul TO1er T, ,j-M7 , Y-f. ' fe' W A ,f .-E"3n- X W -tv-5 A X ' I , M1 a 554 K ' -,-mm f , Harold James Vance Danny Andrew Waller , 'ues k ,. ' ,1 V Paul White Lana Jean Workman s W or 'W ?,.2g2,r.5e5, nl? gg "v ' v-Agia W MMV A' ,. ,. - ' ' . 'iff 5 Ts? Q i - V N A. - ,J ,,1' ge gil 7 ' A ' ,r V' hx 955 . , , A , K ,.,, A Lyggy . ., ,. ,A an 5 an ig A R 'W , f V if Epi' ' 2 N, F., , 4 1 , , F25-X "git" ' , W l . W, Q 9 www 3. Sharon Marie Welch Linda Lou White , Nu-ifiif' Sandra IHHC White Richard Curtis White Shannon Gail White If-., fb- f-we -1 KV "' 'i Sandra Ellen Workman 2:55, Q., Wanda Louise Yeager Ellen Poore and Danny Holstein MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED . Mann and Mrs Kuhn E IENDLIEST TEACHERS 179 SQ Y D Greear E P D Mullins core Q ' i D Bailey . Kg? . V4-1 S Branham - Q G Dorson D Cregger Cook C Creska - ' Q if-' Ti Qu... gf' gl 115 iv. S Ke , , 2' - - 1 1 a Q 'Fi MWA , if YE C , C X sf '11 - C z S' . s t H., C .1q:v'..,Q Q J. Reynolds X' B167-'if' ' S. Richards T. Linville O, Gabbert R, White A - Ja- fle V C. Browder D. Ramsey S. Welch J. Fleming J, Elam 24 D. Acree I Dotson WSMALL FRY" 'Uk H. James ff' K. HOWEH W. Yeaggy I. Kuhn K. Massey D. McCarty K o ' Maw 25 JU IOR CLASS Mike Acre l ' w : , . C "asf 7 Ro get Atk Kyle Baih CLASS SPONSORS Secretary: Jean Peters, President: Richard Hampton, Vice President: Vernon Eversole, Treasurer: Maria Pickens. CLASS SPONSORS Mr. Arnold, Mrs. McDonald, Mr. Cooper, Mrs. Black, Mr. Underwood. Jackie Bai Ruth Beav Jimmy Bo James Bradfol Billy Burn P atric ia Carrol David Chaffir Judith Cocher ...D , THIRD BIG YEAR AT V.H.S. Timmy Crowl Jennie Sue Dempsey Michele Dotson Darlene Elam Valerie Ellis Vernon Eversole Jimmy Fannin Rickey Fergerson Lee Ferrell Stephen Fleming Patricia Foster LaDonna Franklin Jerry Gibson Kenneth Gibson Paul Gillispie v Eddie Green Mike Green Roger Gunnoe Brenda Joyce Hall Kathy Hall 'Q Betty Cody Danny Cook Debbie Cook Karen Cook Lana Gaile Cook Nada Cook Rebecca Dalton David Daniels G. W. Davis Tommy Dellinger lria: 1 yllr r 27 THE DOOR IS OPEN Dorita Mizer Roger Mooney Leon Moore James Nunley Becky Pauley Pamela Pennington Sharon Perry Jean Peters Maria Gaye Pickens Jackie Plogger Allen Kuhn Gary Lambert Eddie Jarrell Jo Ann Jarrell Karen Jarrell Sherry Jarrell Norma Johner Doug Justice Richard Hampton Credell Harris Barry Harvey Billie Headrick Aleta Holstein Roger Hoover Tyann Hughes Douglas Kerns Kenneth Loftis Sandra Loftis Susan Love Patty Lowery Junior Mahone Sherry McCarty Wanda Meade Sharon Miller Nancy Mitchell HAVE WE THE COURAGE TO GO BEYOND?" Marilyn Waller David White Harry White Kay White Roger White Joyce Wilcox Janice Wooten Joyce Workman Ronald Wright Donald Scalf Cathy Poore Douglas Price Jesse David Price Shirley Price Ada Marie Rash Brenda Riffle Stephen Riggs Paul Ritchie James Roop Judy Ryan James Sexton Viola Sigmon Kent Smith Patricia Smith Rita Stanley Benny Sutphin fygis X Diana Sutphin Gail Thompson Jackie Toler Mike Toler Barry Vance Gloria Vance Paul Vance Benny Vanhoose Danny Vint We ii CLASS OFFICERS Vice President - Barry Kirby Secretary - Vicky Bowling President - Steve Pauley Treasurer - Gary Bowe CLASS SPONSORS: Mrs. Toler Mrs. Wiley Mr. Mullins SOPHO OR CLASS OF 1969 df S Nfl W 3 - Michael Adams f ' Donald Adkins y Ella Mae Adkins Richard Adkins EXPLORERS OF ANCIENT HISTORY I I iivi J 5 'E f' 7 4. if ,erin .QL , .af-r 'x ' as W B i li- 4 a 1 1 A E' 55 'ii' i ra. 3 Q 'rv as xi 9 Joe Atha Geraldine Bailey Johnny Baire Alta Ball Tilda Beavers Gary Bowe Billy Bowles Vicky Bowling Bobby Branham Gregory Branham Sally Branham Billy Brown Kathy Brown Alvin Browning Eddie Burns Gaylen Burns Rebecca Burns Steve Burns . Billy Cocheran Frankie Coleman Drema Cook Kathryn Cook Freda.Conner Sue Coon Bonnie Crawford Donna Creska Gary Daniels Tommy Dooley Clara Sue Elkins Christene Elam Kathy Evans Janet Sue Foster Mary Ann Foster Willie Gibson Shearlyn Gould Michael Greear Diana Faye Green Rhonda Green Gary Halstead John Harmon Windell Harvey Eddie Haynes Jerry Herrick David Hubbard Charles Hurley Bobby Jackson Charles James Danny Jarrell Donald Jarrell Jane Jarrell David Jarvis Talmage Jones Party Kaskay Diana Keffer Barry Kirby Donald Kuhn Dale Lyons Judy Ann Mahone Mary Lea Mahone Rita Joyce Mathena Ronnie McClanahan Larry Middaugh Patsy Middaugh Joyce Gail Mooney Wayne Moore Larry Nelson Charley Nunley Basil Osborne Janice Lynn Osborne Sue Paugh Steve Pauley Charles Pennington Paul Pennington Anna Denise Perry Kay Perry Billy Persinger Timmy Plogger Ellena Louise Price Stephen Price Peggy Ramsey TODAY'S SOPHOMORES avi 5 -sf ., E' , 4: ,wp .21 y ,xx TOMORROW,S J UNIORS wi .S yryris f l 'ii N. safe, 5-.u..... Jerry Rash Nicky Ray Susie Richard Regina Rohinette Charles Robinson Ruth Robinson Phil Rowe Barbara Runyon Darrell Saunders Diana Lynn Scalf Tony Setliff Cecil Sharp Elgena Smith Mark Smith Deanna Stevenson Charles Sutphin Paul Sutphin Alice Thurmond Judy Toler John Turner Brenda Vance Patricia Vance Roger Vance Kathy Vickers Phyllis Vickers Robert Vickers Donna Vint Stuart Vint Kenny Warner Terry Weaver Charles "Butch" Webb Alberta West Benny White Darlene White Davy White Charles Whitmore Larry Woodie Diane Woodrum Elizabeth Workman Earl Wright FRESHMAN CLASS 'r 9 , 55 fi iz Ca. , it Q J ki , s ign ,,,N E L M f il vi ii Rf if if Eff XL 4 J A " rrss F ei it A eiid 5 if fiytx 1 Q." in A F 4, J' A ' A Ls' iff' ' - N f ' - -iv . 1 ,fi J 'if RA W is 'ii' Vs, fy " 2 ' k.a..1V9!!i L CLASS OFFICERS Billy Mitchell President Diana Fleming V. President Sharon Dalton Treasurer Janie Kirby Secretary Sharon Dalton Jerry Duncan Barry Epling Rodney Ferrell Diana Fleming Nancy Green Sandra Green Maggie Gunnoe Willis Gunnoe John Hamilton Denise Harmon John Hobbs it gi ' ,xiii C ,-1 In 'fit , ga 5 X- J sex Jak Margaret Adkins Robert Atkins Virginia Atkins Sandra Kay Brown Charles Burns Lawrence Burns Rocky Burns Jimmy Castle Barbara Cook Lawrence Cook Sherman Cook Johnny James VA . ' g' i Joe Jarrell Y,, ' J - g Q J J f J Billy Kaskay f ,' , ' A ',ft f , Janie kzyk i fr' Ernie Kuhn F B C '12 si 4' I "xi Ll -a yxx 2 1 ' Q 1 ' N-. Q Linda Lee 5 f, ,f . 'sg an k , , 8 Qs., J lu' 2 i 34 Sears Miller, Jr. Billy Mitchell John Mitchell Beulah Nelson Gayl Nunley Barbara Osborne Jesse James Osborne Norm an Pridemore ' Shirley Pridemore Aven Price William Price I kd K gs ' , I .V N . L 1 7 .ffm y I xii t 1 -, Q V A J :Q Liz' K o J 55 'il' l"f ,, xrrf , ' fra ? M ff X ,YQ A I Q Q h I K Y 6. loaf SPONSORS: Left to right Mr. Fincham Miss Thompson Mr. Reynolds Roger Robertson Ruth Runion Grover Dale Skeens Brenda Smith Larry Smith Ernest Snodgrass Rocky Walker Marilyn Wallace Jack Webb Janet Webb John Webb Lonnie White Foncie Woodrum Bruce Workman Kathy Workman JoAnn Linville Debbie Yeager 35 N MEMORIAM Anthony George QTonyy McGuire, born July 21, 1947 at Madison, West Virginia, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George McGuire of Barrett, West Virginia. Tony had one sister, Ellen Annette. At the time of his death, May 4, 1966, he was undergoing treatment at the Bethesda Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. Tony was a 1965 graduate of Van High School and participated in all school activities and was very popular with the entire student body and faculty. We, the students of Van High School, will al- ways remember Tony for his wonderful personality and ability to make everyone happy, Death is only an old door Set in a garden wall: On gentle hinges it gives, at dusk When the thrushes call. pf y , A p yi SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Pat Dyke Joyce Conner Tony McGuire Celia Phillips Q GRADUATION DAY May 31 1965 HOMECOMI G HO ORS TE HO EROOM FIRST RUNNER-UP Collene Creska, Senior, escorted by John Fleming. CONTESTANTS AND ESCORTS FRONT ROW: Sharon Welch, Sharon Miller, Joyce Workman, Sue Coon, Debbie Yeager, Janie Ferrell Patty Kaskay, Tilda Beavers, Susan Love, and Collene Creska. BACK ROW: Ludell McCarty, Harold Vance, Jackie Dotson, Steve Fleming, Steve Richards, Jerry Lyons, Darrell Bias, David Ramey, Kent Howell, and John Fleming. I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 T F I 5 F F' F 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 n : :1 r' .. H r F' r F r I F v- P P' , F V' I' P' P P' ,, I' V' I P r V F F' F r I I r 4 . 5 4 l I . 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Charles Ellison, 5'8", 178 lb. senior, was placed on the l966 "AA" Allstate Team as tackle. I-le is the first player from our school to receive such honor. Charles served as one of the Bulldogs tri- captains and led the team in tackles. Kent Howell, 5'10 1!2", a senior halfback and Stephen Fleming, 6'0" junior quarterback, were given honorable mention for Allstate. Along with the other team members these two boys played a very important part in helping the Bulldogs com- plete an 8-2 record and to win the Boone County Championship. Charlie Ellison - LEFT TACKLE Steve Fleming - QUARTERBACK Kent Howell - LEFT HALFBACK End, Richard Hampton: Tackle, Bobby Iarvisg Half- back, Steve Richardsg Guard, Ludell McCartyg Full- back, Jack Dotsong Center, James Sextong Quarter- back, Steve Flemingg I-lalfback, Kent Howellg Guard, Jerry Lyonsg Tackle, Charlie Ellison: End. John Flem ing SEASON 'S REC ORD Van 6 Guyan Valley 0 Trap Hill 28 Marsh Fork 14 Sherman 6 Crum 21 Cedar Grove fHomecomingj 27 Chapmanville 2 1 Scott 40 Duval 14 Sherman f -i af -mf Opponents 2 20 0 0 27 6 8 O. 19 12 End, Richard I-lamptong Linebacker, Buck Price: Halfback. Harold Vanceg Tackle, Kent Howellg Guard Jack Dotson:'Safety, Phil Roweg Guard, Steve Richards: Halfback, Darrell Bias: Tackle, Charles Ellisong Linebacker, Steve Flemingg End, John Fleming FRESHMAN FOOTB LL FRONT ROW: Jim Castle, Joe Jarrell, Ernie Kuhn, Grover Skeens, Lawrence Cook, Sherrnan Cook Barry Epling. BACK ROW: Mr. Underwood, John Mitchell, Junior Miller, Billy Mitchell, Lawrence Burns Rodney Ferrell - Mgr. Sept Sept Sept Oct. Oct. MR, UNDERWOOD - Coach Sept. SEASON SCHEDULE 8 Whitesville 15 Seth 22 Wharton 29 Whitesville 6 Seth 13 Wharton EXPERIENCE RAN SECOND TO DESIRE , 1 . w ,Qf,ff'l.-if1,,E,Ux f H! .f":'fQ,-7'1 '3"x, Fl Q, nr w J l t KENNETH MANN Assistant Football and Basketball Coach CALVIN WILSON Baseball Coach -uf 1 A Sf' 3 - V X DAVID FINCHAM Head Football and Basketball Coach - S JOY UNDERWOOD Freshman Football and Freshman Basketball Coach :ff-... u., ag ,, r Y zyv Ye Q .1 X- L N v -' Q' "i , . 1 'Rf-Ike . 1 : 'f ...afb 9 .' 131. t Q-rx". . ' Q.-11' 1-pf ig ILM- .L ,I -, .QA H ' N. .1 - . ,fy . 1 4 1 . . . A ,. I ' . f. .'.' ,Q-nf .-N1 up 'H 'illquk '1 .5 .QR nl" ilvl.. ., ,l .',., fb.. vt xx:-JY " ..' 5 -,151 ' X I kr 'X H ' A 1 1- , v 7-,h ul Y' , 1- .Af 'P ' S 4 I ,- '1' . t' .,, ."'- '-.. Q V l SW. ,, Q- k W ,, W' Y ' , X W k p5wfw',-N: S xx wM4 X 329 Z 2- 2, wg. ' y,+f.S3:w,4?ei, Q ,: -.-' A . :J .,.:m f A ,Q dp pw 1, .,,.:, Fiy.-,..'A M , ,,.,.-A. 3,l.3,,,3i 7.-,-fk.. ,Agia-Q if . In . ,. Q - "EFA z.: YM-. 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'f J X N 'B . , 41,25 ' Y' 4gff4g ' -. 1 ' 5 J ' .Wg I 5 'if ' A f1Rff'if" YAM EA. n '-" M, .w1.,a.- 76-f'n'v5"'S.iEg 'Gigi '1 ' -I-5 '14-, ' -'gy ,ik-1.-, fx W, 5 .. 1 . . ., 4- -12 , -X -,' . - . .,--' f T-'Q i ' X' -3 ' " 1 .,,-'- - L ,S 0 N AV ' .53 11. ni .wa ' -IQ 196 BULLDOG TEAM VARSITY Gary Bowe, Donald Scalf, Richard Hampton, Steve Fleming, Timmy Crowl, Donald Kuhn, Harold Vance, Tom Dooley, Doug Kerns, Steve Pauley, Jesse Price, Dale Lyons. CENTER: Kenny Mann, Assistant Coach, Barry Vance, Manager, Ed. Fincham, Head Coach. TIP OFF Clearfork Game February 1, 1967 VICTORY IS THE REWARD OF GOOD TEAMWORK JUNIOR VARSITY FIRST ROW: Gary Bowe, Donald Scalf, Barry Kirby, Jerry Herrick, Tom Dooley. SECOND ROW: Coach Mann, Gary Halstead, Steve Riggs, Doug Kerns, Timmy Crowl, G. W. Davis, Johnny Baire, Manager: Barry Vance. FRESHMAN TEAM FIRST ROW: Lawrence Cook, Sears Miller, Ernie Kuhn, Sherman Cook, Harold Brown, Joe Iarrell, Jack Webb, Billy Mitchell, Bruce Workman, Coach Underwood. iw. - JU 1 sf J, .xi .1 iw , V ,I vs .z .A '- f , A x K Qs are XXQ s' 2 x ffl xx f' fm. 5:3 'P' 5 Q 55.5- , 4 , "' 'i f xx . SUCCESSFUL SEASO COUNTY CHAMPS SECTION 5 WINNER REGION 7 RUNNER UP SEASON RECORD WE OPPONENT 1 Scott 0 8 Man 3 1 Logan 4 4 Chapmanviile 3 1 Logan 6 9 Buffalo 7 16 Pennsboro 2 3 Pennsboro 4 2 Seth 5 7 Chapmanvme 3 FIRST ROW: Charles E11ison, Jesse Price, Gary Lambert, 4 Seth 5 Earnest Burns. SECOND ROW: Donald Scalf, John 1 Scott 0 Fleming, Harold Vance, and Ludell McCarty. 4 Seth 2 Calvin Wilson started his coaching career with a PLAYOFFS squad of 15, four of whom were returning lettermen. We congratulate him and wish him the best of luck this 5 Webster Springs 3 coming season. 1 Beckley 2 . V I 1 ' X I r Ludeil McCarty and Harold Vance. Harold Vance, Charles Ellison, Jesse Price, and Ludell McCarty. 52 ORGANIZATIONS is S, O STUDE T QOUNCIL -J ., ,Nz 1 U ,D , , , ' ."'-. Q1-m5sfi'i2'I --:-' ..',.,g.,,N ER:-fy, JJ, X , , aff- Q 'sr.,.f V . ,Q-Y gt. A f - fs- l ar "fs -f- J-fe: A- -1.425 K r ' ,-f fill? Q' 'r 7 fa- it " 'ff 5iff'f'K-':"' J' ' iw- IT' '-G" 1 . T . MMS' SEATED: Stephen Fleming, Sharon Miller, Danny Holstein, Tommy Jarrell: SECOND ROW: Nancy Green Susan Love, Mary Ann Foster, Marilyn Waller, Janet Foster, Debbie Yeager: THIRD ROW: Lee Ferrell, Jack Dotson, John Fleming, Kenny Warner, Harold Vance, Steve Pauley, Sponsor: Mr, William W. Windon, and Charles Sutphin. , Lflfozf-1 ' fx- ' P. P35333 5? ' .' K if 5f'T'.JS' STUDENT A GOVERNMENT asf? ve- PROGRESS ES UNDER NEW DYNAMIC LEADERSHIP Vice President: Stephen Fleming, Secretary: Sharon Miller, President: Danny Holstein, Treasurer: Tommy Jarrell, Sponsor: Mr. Windon. 54 N ACTIO 5 3 .zz fun ax CHRISTMAS 1 966 The Student Council, playing Santa Claus, presents to their sponsorg William Windon Jr. , the annual Christmas gift of appreciation. k STUDENT COUNCIL BOASTS OF A SUCCESSFUL YEAR The goals and functions of the Student Govern- ment are to assist the school administration in di- recting student affairs, to present student opinion general interest to the entire student body and to promote better relations between students and faculty. S VETERAN'S DAY ASSEMBLY Speaker: Brigadier General Gene Hal Williams, Adjutant General, State of West Virginia. Students casting their votes January 31, 1967. 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Na.L' --F -- WTO ORROW'S TEACHER - in fa a i H E QQWX SACHFPS AMERICA FIRST ROWg Peggy Ramsey, Drema Ramsey, Sue Hunter. 2 nd ROWg Kathy Evans, Jo Ann Jarrell, Kathy Massey, Judy Mahone, Sharon Dalton, Denise Harmon, La Donna Franklin, Sponsor Miss Thomp son, 3rd ROW: Vicky Bowling, Christine Elam, Collene Creska, Barbara Rnnyon, Mary Ann Foster, Jane Jarrell. Janie Kirby. Sharon Miller, Jackie Plogger, Alera Holstein, Janice Wooten. Jean Peters, 4th ROWQ Kathy Workman, Jennie Dempsey, Linda Lee, Jo Ann Linville, Diana Fleming, Nancy Mit- chell, Joe Iarrell. 5th ROWg Tom Carroll, Charles Hurley and Charles Sutphin. .2- Drema Ramsey, Jackie Plogger, Sue Hunter, Aleta Holstein, Ad- visor Miss Thompson and trip sponsors Mrs. Loretta Wilson and h Mrs. Yvonne Holstein. KEY TO FREE AMERICA" llbb. f X f l -l X f ll Q We will begin our diet tomorrow. Looking in on one of our meetings. President: Drema Ramsey Vice-President: Lana Cook Secretary: Sue Hunter Treasurer: Peggie Ramsey Banquet Speaker: Mr. Robert McDermott DIRECTOR, YOUNG TEACHER AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES Address: Education-Impact on Tomorrow S:...F Mr, Kenneth Legg, 1 4 .ff Q' 7 171 Mr, Windon, Principal, W. V. E. A. Staff Mem- h j, , y yy presents Projectionist Club -ber. Guest Speaker at the E li M .A i Award to Cecil Sharp. Annual Honor Banquet. I ' 1 1 1 l 7 j ' Toby Waller, Valedictori- . K an and Glenna Jarrell, Salu- INSPIRATION l OF LEARNING qw Musical entertainment by the Snickers Four: Rodney Students wait anxiously for Ham Dinner Skeens, Shirley, Holstein, Ranny Hyatt and Alera Holstein. "K . UN 'qs Ex OFFICERS Gregory Eads, President, Ernestine Hunt Vice-President Nancy Sosebee Secretary Karen Davis, Treasurer. HONOR SOCIETY REPRESENTS SCHOLARSHIP VICE LEA HARACTER SER , DERSHIP AND C FIRST ROW: Karen Davis, Gregory Eads, Ernesting Hunt, and Gaye Cocheran SECOND ROW Vrcky Poore, Ellen Poore, Rebecca Ball, and Nancy Sosebee, THIRD ROW Mr Wrlson and John Flemrng N. H.S. Initiation Ceremony February 8, 1967 Scott N. H.S. members attend Tea. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INITIATES THIRTEEN Old members of the National Honor Society. New Inlflafes Provisional Members 62 I 92 , , w P9 ' ,wil 'nt KNOW YOUR STATE GOVERNMENT DAY CONFERENCE MARCH 6, MARCH 1967 1967. Steve Fleming and Aleta Holstein, our selectees, were Lana Cook and Steve Fleming travel to accompanied by Mr. Fincham. The State Education Association Morgantown, to represent Van at the annu appointed Steve to serve as a moderator of a panel of state officials. al Junior Executive Conference.. REPRESENTING VAN IUNIORS GAIN SKILL THROUGH PARTICIPATION These students were chosen by the Faculty and financed by the Student Council. BOY'S STATE JUNE 1966 Phillip Osborne, appointed as Van's Junior, partici- pated in a week of leadership training at Jackson's ' Mill. 63 SCIEINICE F IR John Harmon Glenna Jan-ell FIRST PLACE Jr. Division FIRST PLACE, Sr. Division Best of Fair Award Biological Science Cecil Sharp Toby Waller FIRST PLACE, Jr. Division THIRD PLACE, Sr. Division Mathematics Chemistry STIMULATES INTEREST IN THE FUTURE CLUB MEMBERS EXPLORE NATURES WONDERS H .. , SEATED: Vicky Poore, Vice-Presidentp Sherry McCarty, President, Michele Dotson, Secretary-Treas- urer. FIRST ROW: Karen Jarrell, Cecil Sharp, Gail Thompson, Sherry Jarrell, Karen Davis, Brenda Caruthers, Rita Stanley, Ellen Poore, Charles James. SECOND ROW: Aleta Holstein, Freddie Conner Betty Cody, Danny Holstein, Joe Atha, Guy Davis, Doug Price, Eddie Green, Mr. Underwood, Vernon Eversole, and Patricia Foster. WEEK-END AT GREEN BANK Admiring "THE BIG EAR" a giant radio tele-' Touring Cranberry Glades scope SPANISH CLUB FIRST ROW: La Professorag Mrs. Black, Vice-Presidentg Ellen Poore, Presidenteg Phillip Osborne, Secretariog Brenda Collins, and Tesorerog Vicky Poore. SECOND ROW: Karen Davis, Regina Robinette and Linda Richards. CLUB USES AIDS FOR BETTER SPEECH Mrs. B1ack's Spanish Il class. z FUTURE URSES CLUB GAINS EXPERIENCE WHILE HELPI G I DI IDU LS l Sponsor: MRS . TOLER FIRST ROW: Marilyn Dossg Ruth Beaversg Linda Richards: LaDonna Franklin: Gail Thompson, Vice- Presidentg Karen Davis, Presidentg Nada Cook, Treasurerg Brenda Collinsg Jane Jarrell and Mrs. Toler, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Patsy Middaughg Barbara Cookg Tilda Beaversg Reginna Robinetteg Patricia Foster, Secreraryg Ella Mae Adkinsg Joyce Workmang Tyann Hughes and Patty Carroll. LIBRARY READERS TODAY CLUB SCHOLARS OF TOMORROW PROJ ECTIONIST CLUB This club, one of the essential groups in our school, shows movies and filmstrips in classrooms and occasionally during the noon hour. O MR, CALVIN w1LsoN - sponsor FIRST ROW - Greg Eads, Joe Atha, Cecil Sharp, Mr. Wilson, 2nd ROW - Donald Scalf, Gary Halstead, John Harmon, Steve Pauley, Tom Dooley, Harold Vance, Barry Kirby, Gary Bowe, David Linvilleg 3rd ROW - Billy Cocheran, Danny Holstein, Charles Crowl, Steve Price, Fred Conner, Philip Adkins, Dean Cregger, Danny Vintg 4th ROW - Bruce Wook- man, Paul Gillispie, Richard Hampton, Jerry Gibson, Phillip Osborne, Ricky White, Roger Moore, Douglas Kerns and James Sexton. if vi? iw r. M i . Q1 ,Q We might be old members, but we are still striving to be better Homemakers. FUT FIRST ROW: Ruth Runion, Judy Toler, Dorita Mizer, Darlene White, and Mary Adkins. SECOND ROW: Foncie Woodrum, Sandra Green, Bonnie Crawford, Diane Phelps, Cathy Vickers, Clara Elkins, and Mary Mahone. 70 Maria Pickens, Historiang Ellen Poore, Vice President of Recreationg Danna Butcher, Treasurerg Eruestine Hunt, Presidentg Sandra Loftis, Vice President of Projects, Vicky Poore, Secretary, Diana Sutphing Brenda Caruthers Reporter, Mrs. Wiley, Sponsor RE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA We have just begun to work toward New Horizons. 4 , I Q ' units L V Q - . -WMM E Thanksgiving Day Assembly-"Let Your Light Shine." Old members participate in Induction Ceremony. WORKING f ' V P i TOWARD SQ NEW in HoR1zoNs 0 i y , . es' e -3 V ' to . 1 We-'f' . ,Q1 - , 5 5' IOANN IARRELL, Miss Sweetheart. , 'Ss 'Qt 1 Come now, Mr. Mann, open wide. F. H. A. members enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner. 7l . ' , f 5, , HOURS OF P f- I PREPARATION WORK PRODUCE THESE WINNERS ,. ' '.pA AND , 1 ,.. . 4 'Q - n ,R , x q,,, i . Q 4 -,, Q -4, 342 . First Place - JUNIORS - "Crown For Victory" Second Place - SENIORS - "Bring Smoke Bulldogs" HGMECOMING 1966 N x , V-hqldb. . in X . . A I 4 K -Q an i ' ' ' ,f ,f 'Q'-U , A I Vw.. ,V K l - k X iw Third Place - FRESHM EN - "Cut Down Cedar Grove" VARSITY LETTERMEN KNEELING: Jimmy Rey'nolds, lack Dotson, Kent Howell, Darrell Bias, Stephen Fleming. STANDING Harold Vance, Johnny Jones, Ludell McCarty, Steve Richards, Jerry Lyons, Charlie Browder Bobby Jar vis, John Fleming, and sponsor, Coach David Ed. Fincham. - 1 ga, THREE BIG REASONS proving that the desire to E excel, the ability to achieve, and experience when f 'iyy combined into team effort brings rewarding results. QA The Boone County Championship in football and .G E- baseball again has been won by Van, plus the fact V, A ' pf G ' 1- that Van has gained it's first trophy in a sectional s ,A i A tournament in basketball. We are especially appre- , , ppu i -Q - is T .as ciative and proud of these achievements won by our , . ,E - . athletic teams. gl Z1 , g ,, , I ,H fy We challenge you to help our future teams attain H 5 3 X1 ,g even greater accomplishments by your loyal support, QP iw itf QQ? f ' x either as a fan or participant. it X, , x N "ii ti. ORLD ORGANIZATIO FOR PEACE CLUB PROJECTS Learn Parliamentary Procedure Secure names of foreign student Pen Pals FIRST ROW: Michael Green, Presidentg Eddie Burns, Vice-President: Sherry Jarrell, Secretary, Diana Green, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Allan Bowles, Donald Adkins, Rocky Burns, Roger Robertson, Charlie Browder, Davy White, and Charles Whitmore. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Bonds, Jimmy Fannin, Jim Dicker- son, Stuart Vint, Danny Jarrell, Joyce Workman, Michael Vint, Terry Weaver. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Branham, Randy Browning, Jackie Toler, Barry Harvey, Larry Woodie, Wayne Moore, Danny Cook, Paul Toler. FIFTH ROW: Tony Setliff, Nicky Ray, Johnny Jones, Anna Gaye Reed, Shannon White, Harold James, Roger Pridemore, Lawrence Burns, Larry Smith, and sponsor Mr. Reynolds. SE IOR PL Y ,f 4:4 r .- -Q sz w'0i?" M-A Planning to put an awful "Lemon" in the Pot. Funny? . . . . They think so. -W i PRIL 29, 1966 Could have danced 811 night . - - ??'?? Actors or Actresses . . . Wou1dn't you think? COLLEGE D Y CLE RING HOUSE PROGRA Mr, Ronie Ludwig, "Yes, Tommy we teach engineering at Tech. " Mr. Olen Jones, Marshall University. "Come on and be dipped in the green, " Mr. Milton C. Edge, Concord College, "We also let girls attend, " West Virginia University, Mr. Ernest jones, "We don 't care much for Football but we sure like Basketball. " OO LIGHT AND ROSES qmm ihu-, JUNIOR - SENIOR PROM Fw of? -Q W M LL 4, hiay 13, 1966 An. AP Ax Al The Swillgill Orbirs Faculty enjoying themselves. 'frf I W s .'f' ,N v- a I l x Q'a..,N.,,, 1. Q . . ' V , f'. fd A l 3 ear 'W-Mpvf 'vi' , 3 2 15:14, V82 .13 OUR TOP SCHOLA To those of us who are graduating, this is an oc- casion that will remain unforgetable. We would be guilty of gross ingraditude if we failed to express the appreciation that we feel to the many people who have made our days in school possible. Some may wonder why we have this period of graduation. It is our belief that graduation provides a definite point for the young person to pause and reflect, An old proverb tells us, "he that will not reflect is a ruined man" As we graduate tonight we are glad that gradua- tion will give us a period that can be given over ro reflection before our life's work begins. Glenna Jarrell - Salutatory address, "Time for Decision" Shirley Holstein receiving the Honor Ellis A. Bradley Citizenship Award Student of the Year plaque, presented to Ranny Hyatt by Mr. Bradley. WHOM WE ARE WELL PLEASED Today we are asking ourselves the question, how can we help our country? Perhaps the greatest ser- vice we can perform is that of doing well the tasks that we may select to be our life 's work. The difficult road named WORK has no enticing signs or neon lights to guide the traveler. But as we leave this school and take our place in life we are well aware of the value of work. For hard work not only tends to give rest of body, but, what is even more important peace of mind, CLARENCE WALLER - Valedictory address, "Opportunity: Right to Work is , fi lity E "I Dare You" Award presented to Ranny Hyatt by Mr. Windon Presentation of the Boone County Co- op Scholarship certificate to Gwendo- lyn Skeens by C. V. H. Cook. Mr. Windon presenting diploma to Barry Pennington. 'S'-112 'Z' A-" as-4' 'C' Freddie Maynard and Ranny Hyatt advancing to receive diplomas. 4 TIME WORTH WAITING FOR 82 PEOPLE WHO KEEP OUR SCHOOL ON THE GO I . N ,bxxx Mrs. Vivian Workman, our cook, proudly showing off the new stove. MAN ON THE MOVE Earl Green, Janitor TRANSPORTATION EXPERTS Charles Haynes, Leo Cook, James Lor- rison, Bill Reynolds, and Tommy Caines. 84 ADVERTISERS ' ' - FERRELL a HILL INSURANCE AGENCY All Types of Insurance Professional Building, Main Street Madison, West Virginia Phone 763 - Res. 760 Compliments of YOUGHIOGHENY 81 OHIO COAL CO. Gene ral Merchandise Van, W. Va. IDEAL-SAYRE STUDIO 408-410 W. Pike St. Clarksburg, W. Va. 115 S. Fourth St. BOONE MOTOR SALES Your Friendly Ford Dealer O. L. MULLINS, Owner BOONE REMODELING CO. INC. Phone 369-3031 One Stop Home Shopping Center. Built in Kitchens, Room Additions Electric Heating New Homes, Aluminum Siding, Windows - Awnings, etc. Ii.. 86 BANK 0F DANVILLE Danville, West Virginia Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "A FULL SERVICE BANK" Checking Accounts Qno charge to students! Collection Service Savings Accounts Safe Deposit Boxes Christmas Clubs fwe make the last Teacher Loans payment for youj Cashiers Checks Auto Loans 4 112070 Bank Money Orders Home Improvement Loans Collection Service Business Loans Per sonal Loans PATRIOTISM - A RESPONSIBILITY OF EDUCATION Mrs. Violet Snodgrass, Parent-Teacher Association State President, presents the American Flag, which had flown over the White House May 5, to Mr. Windon. BOONE COUNTY COUNCIL Parent-Teacher Association TWELFTH ANNUAL AWARDS BANQU ET Speaker: Dennie Lee Hill "Faith in America" May 67 Mrs. Fred Perry, past Parent- Teacher's Association State Officers for 66-67 President, presenting Life Membership Awards. Mrs. Mary Stout, First Vice President: Mrs. Janalene J. Matsos, Secretaryg Ralph Frye, Treasurer: Mrs. Robert Gulley, President: Carmel Baisden, Second Vice Presi- dent. 88 'E 'E as 1 2 s PARENT-TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION MEETING NOVEMBER 21, 1966 sa? Mr. Mort Herrick, President of our Parent- Teacher's Association looking in on Mr. Fincham demonstrating some of the schoo1's latest equipment. Parents and students in the Spanish Class listen- ing to tapes via Head Set. Mrs. McDonald discussing student progress in the Remedial Reading class with a Parent. BOONE NATIO BANQIKAL ..-4!'!" Wen? ..1"" BOONE NATIONAL BANK Assets over Sl0,000,000. Established 1904 Complete Banking Service Madison Member of F. D- I- C- Boone County's Oldest and ' Member of Federal Largest Bank W. Va. Reserve System l CORKY'S FLOWER SHOP "For the finest in flowers" 'Y i- Q' fegfq Phone 369-2611 ,QQ 501 Main street V-Ni . . . . 51519 Madison, West Virginia L MADISON FLOWER SHOP 322 Street, Phone 369-0311 Special Discount To Teachers 6 8: Students F Lovlgf-SRV During .School ZQLQQSIQN Activities Second Runner Up Miss Bulldog 1966-67 . , , , Susan Love and escort Kent Howell. Madison West Virginia it 90 I ' I . V. 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HUNTER AND HUNTER FUNERAL HOME Madison, West Virginia Telephone 369-1130 369 -1131 Compliments of GUNNOE'S SUNOCO SERVICE Owned and Operated by HAROLD GUNNOE CHEMICAL VALLEY LUMBER AND HARDWARE CO. INC. Foster, West Virginia Phone 369-2771 Lumbers, Hardware All Type Building Materials "Bring Your needs to Us" MISS HARRIS MUSIC STUDIO OF MADISON 381 U2 Main Street, Phone 369-1264, Second Floor Preparatory to and Including Conservatory Curriculum - Studio Hours, Monday, all day, Tuesday, 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 Wednesday, all dayg and Thursday, until noon. SPECIAL INSTRUCTION FOR ADULTS GATEWAY DRIVE INN RESTAURANT Owner: FRANK ROWLEY Midway Between Madison and Danville Curb and Dining Room LARGE BANQUET ROOM Phone 369-0422 Madison, West Virginia BEN FRANKLIN STORE Madi s on - White sville BOONE COUNTY'S FINEST VARIETY STORES Best of Luck Seniors .ffl df, L SUNDAES FIESTA CONES SHAKES BANANA-SPLITS PAR FAY Compliments of MEMORY GARDENS, INC. t .1 1 A.W. COX DEPT. STORE - Monuments Home of . Nationally Advertised Merchandise 515 Main Street Madison, West Virginia Phone 369-0442 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF "67" S+ .Q I gi hi. 4 s Lf. PE- 5 'VIH r, ' ffl- 'J g"n L 'Q E21 gg. IW I 4" 0 POWER comuuv LOGAN, WEST VIRGINIA Y THE MOON... and beyond! Bright, new horizons await today's students . . . new technologies . . . new medicines . . . even the moon and what- ever lies beyond. How far today's students go in this space age depends ,partly on their imagi- nation but primarily on their training. Conquering new horizons will demand more of today's graduates - more knowledge, more skills, more training and more specialization. Our Free Enterprise system, with its high living standards, gives everyone an opportunity to "shoot for the moon" in any field. Whether or not our target is reached depends on how well trained we are to launch ourselves. -...A .. ..-..,' Power Cornpany . o An Inventor-Owned Public Urilliy Compliments of , PURITY MAID BREAD KIN S JEWELERS "The Softest Touch in Town" Boone County's Finest 3 f fin Phone 369-3061 if X 3 . w:EQi1f?L':LifF1-N 3 i Tl T T Q' : Authorized Dealer for Keepsake 7 I K ...eo A if? X Diamonds I ' X l l I I I ' ll 371 Main Street Madison, W. Va . . A Nice Place to Eat Short Orders- Sandwiches Novelties - Toys Take out Service square meal makes a round person Dancing A Place to Remember DIXIE SHOE STORE SMITTY'S HARDWARE Shoes For the Entire Family Plus Expert Shoe Repair Madison, W. Va. Madison, West Virginia Phone 369-1551 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the SENIORS of 1967 ' jj ' "V 11 ' fr f???f?Q2'2,,4tsf A .. .NCN Wm ' Q01 H ll' f ,401 ,I HZ - if ff ZIIIZQLWM. ..... .v.., W ' ggggwywkf mm ' ' - - 5,.mf6,'w-W IY. Dm ,M 4af4.9L,w.4c.m. f "'m"zr:::::p .W 'ggvefgnag 3 0 PAUL MINN. count: Amana Compliments of DANVILLE SUPER MARKET YOUR FRIEND - Jo milwc- S I xi bmi' r - - e...,, S '. ' 'lf 3f4 Q.,-" QQ irihgtisy QL-7515. Q 33351. A 3159: QEE' SESQSQ Ezurq'-SR - - Ex Ong ws--iss.: - f tisbp QQ -.--"' V0! nsmgri, uiynl A E ss. , Luther R. Jones Editor T L - ' e ephone 369 1165 Ferris L. Jones, Publisher GRIFFITH APPLIANCES A. C. GRIFFITH AND SON Zenith Television Telephone 369-2.441 Appliances and Furniture Madison, West Virginia if XL WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL FRESHNESS OF CHILDHOOD William Reynolds Betty McDonald 1 Patsy Wiley Harold Holstein Charlotte Gray 98 Ellis Bradley vu Q-, Q -'Mak , Lv-fm . -f lit , lit. -- Q41 g X Q Kfkrge A ' 1 ' 'wa T... Ioan Toler Kenneth Mann 51 y , -, tit " f YQ xx M 4 ' V Z-4' , F y it X e W 2 ,. W- A i 5 Ida Mae Thompson Mary Black A or fd I.- O.. " X Qi was David Fincharn Bill Windon C alvin Wilson kay Q , G Ar in v' xg BRADSHAW FUNERAL BOONE INSURANCE AGENCY HOME INC. Phone 369-3451 Swift - Safe - Sanitary Ambulance If No Answer can 245-8553 Service 492 Main St. Madison, W. Va. A Friendly Courteous Service NASA Assembiy - March 1966 COOKE'S ESSO EDWARD COOKE, Owner Bandytown, West Virginia Phone 245-8410 "Danny you were made for me." A "M , V 5 Danny Mullins 2'-1522 .23 ' W 3- fa: ' 1 ,ifsliif , mf i - 4' 1 SSE? - '2 ' 'E no we all .5 5 ,asm 1- wr-' an -' , 5 , !:'4e'5.LFl.- i Kay Mullins I00 ,,.,-d"""' W. A. FRYMAN'S HARDWARE Most people like to browse and relax and shop in a hardware store. ' Appreciating these tendencies we have tried our best to make our I store neat and clean and chuck full of things people want. You will need not go any further for any gift you want for your friends. O. R. STEPHENS Phone 369-3661 Agent up 53" m W' ' STATE FARM WORKMAN INSURANCE COMPANY AUTO SUPPLY CO. Distributors of Nationally Advertised 5'1" 'UN Auto and Truck Parts I Madison Madison, W. va. Phone 369-1158 "'5"""'c' J. s. LATTA, INC. Most Orders Shipped Same Received 1502 Fourth Avenue- Huntington, W. Va. Day Compliments of VAN SERVICE CENTER Van, West Virginia -A +W Wf Q M M 51 W1 jj My WM my .-LJ 'jp 1fg f' www? ff My in Mufyfwb Compliments of Q n lU RW 03557 WJ WESTMORELAND CQ .Q fMZYwf75W W My Uv 994055336 Qfffw '1 ?1 Iowufsl f 0? LD 7 l V 1254-1967 fy MW AQ Mggwgw' Sgt ur' X W H , lg . , M,,f?7e,9 , bww? Qyjx 3029? WSSNQQQMRQZF 63,9-BSO, pg,1 eSt rginiaga' kSff'ffff?f MQW A THE VAN HOME OUTFITTING CO. "Cheerful Service and Easy Terms" Compliments of D. 84 B. SERVICE Phone 369-3571 QUAI-lTy - IB lil I s AND e J Phone 245-8286 ERVlc I Van, West Va. E ' 'E 381 Main Street Madison, W. Va. " l 3. EW. "PETE" LILLY ERNEST "Pete" LILLY 332 Main Street West Virginia Compliments of ' PAUL E. COPHER, D.D.S. I Bus. 369-0871 Res. 369-3875 HOWeuBui1ding Representing -The Travelers Insurance Companies - Madison, W' Va' ' NTAESON READY Mlx P.E. HOLZ SONS COMPANY CONCRETE AND BLOCK WHOLESALE FRESH MEATS AND PROVISIONS Phone 342-2119 1000 Bullitt Street Charleston, West Virginia Producer of Lightweight Blocks :F Made of Clinch-Lite :F Expanded Shale if Steam Cured and Laboratory Tested Day Call for Free Estimate Nite .369-0976 36 9-0277 Compliments of MAIN STREET RESTAURANT Home Cooked Meals Coffee 512 Owner: JANICE HARSHBARGER Telephone 369-2261 F.H. BLACK 8. SON, INC. DANVTLLE WHOLESALE COMPANY Seeds . Hay Straw . Purina Feeds Danville, West Virginia 25303 Hardware, Paints, Fencing, G1'0Ce1'iCS, Candy, Fruits, Produce Tobacco, Dishes, Pottery BARKER'S HARDWARE COMPANY General Hardware, Plumbing, Electric WHOLESALE and Building Supplies RETAIL Danville , We st Virginia Telephone 369- 1922 Compliments of BOONE on COMPANY, INC. Madison, W. Va. Phone 369-3081 distributor of ASHLAND OIL PRODUCTS Firestone Batteries Tir e s 0 PRODUCTS Firestone NAAMON DUT Y, President Curtis L. Harbert, Sec. and Treas. Compliments of HARRY HUNTER MONUMENT COMPANY Bronze - Granite and Marble Phone 369-1510 Res. 369-1091 J.S. THOMPSON D-B-A CAROLINA LUMBER CO. Danville, W. Va. Everything to build anything Phone: MAdison 369-0244 Logan Office PL 2-4353 RIVERSIDE MOTOR CO. Boone County's Oldest and Largest Automobile Dealership Elwood Priestley Don Weaver Phone 369-3120 Madison, West Virginia n Q. ii , K Main Street ICHEYB-qi'-ET f West Virginia 95 SANFORD'S RED DOT MARKET Phone 21'-6422 Bim, West Virginia 1 Qi O Cl vimssiss we Cludcon, - 7110-Usd gmpfif I cg-932 CACOCQ LEXOGDX yu-L . CK om.1menso NL ED BUNCH CONSTRUCTIO COMPANY Q , 5m,LoCo'lP'Fl Ck www dual QML ,wwf We QM omfyw CM Rock Creek A West Virginia W2C WMM 5074 G6-eg L- -'Com-ofments of C CC BOHANNON'S GROCERY Q4-xif-2 UA,-Br 4: 'D dytown, W. Va. Phone 245 8338 Compliments of DICK'S SPORTING GOODS Full Line of Sporting Goods and 1400 Colors of Paint Phone 369-0881 Van High Schoo1's 1966 BOONE COUNTY Madison, W. Va. CHAMPS reflect the "Sport Look" styling i Compliments of ELLIS ENTERPRISES Madison, West Virginia You are Invited to Visit our Stores ELLIS DEPARTMENT STORE Complete Collection of Clothing for the Entire Family Phone 369-22.11 MADISON HOME FURNITURE CO. , "Frigidaire" Appliances - Famous Name Furniture Phone 369-3711 PEOPLES DEPARTMENT STORE "The Bargain Store for All the People" Phone 369-0411 I Baseball Team Equipment for College High School Babe Ruth -Q" Little League Softball Call or write For Appointment and Information THE SPORT MART, INC. l Charleston, W. Va. and the "Coach Fincham" neatness. W. Va. Largest Athletic Dist. FACULTY DIRECTORY MR. WILLIAM W. WINDON. JR. Bryant College, Providence, R. I., B.S. Degree: Marshall University, M. A. Degree. Attended: University of Maryland, Fairmont State College, George Peabody Teachers College and Vanderbilt University. Sponsor: Student Council Years at Van: Three MR. LEO SCOTT ARNOLD Warren Wilson Ir. College, A.A. Degree: Berea College, A.B. Degree. Teaches Junior and Senior English. Sponsor: Newspaper Staff Years at Van: Two MRS. MARY SUE BLACK Marshall University, A.B. Degree. Teaches Spanish I and II, Sociology. Sponsor: Spanish Club. Years at Van: Two MR. ELLIS A. BRADLEY West Virginia University, A. B. Degree: Marshall University, M.A. Degree. Teaches Shorthand I and II, Typing I and II. Sponsor: Sophomore Class Years at Van: Thirty MR. AUBURN A. COOPER Morris Harvey College, A. B. Degree. Teaches English First Year at Van MR. DAVID EDWIN FINCHAM Morris Harvey College, A. B. Degree in Physical Education: Marshall University M. A. Degree in Secondary Education. Teaches American History, Sociology, and Physical Education. Sponsor: Freshman Class, Varsity Club, Head Coach of Football and Basketball Years at Van: Seven MR. JACK HASKINS Salem College, A.B. Degree: Ohio University: Glenville State College. Teaches Music. Sponsor: Freshman Class Years at Van: Two MR. HAROLD A. HOLSTEIN Morris Harvey College, B. S. Degree in Business Administration: Marshall University, M.A. De- gree in Guidance Counseling. Teaches Business Math, Guidance Counseling. Sponsor: Senior Class 6 Years at Van: Seven MRS. WILMA JEAN KUHN Marshall University, A.B. Degree. Teaches Physical Education, Drivers Education. Sponsor: Cheerleaders, Senior Class, Pep Club. Years at Van: Six MRS. BETTY J. McDONALD Concord College, B.S. Degree in Education. Teaches English, Remedial Reading, Art. Sponsor: Junior Class Years at Van: Two MR. KENNETH RICHARD MANN . Glenville State College, A. B. Degree. Teaches American History, Physical Education and Health. Sponsor: Senior Class, Pep Club, Assistant Coach. Years at Van: Two MR. DANNY LANE MULLINS Concord College, B.S. Degree in Business Educa- tion. Teaches Bookkeeping, Business Law, General Business, Office Practice. Sponsor: Sophomore Class, Future Business Leaders. Years at Van: One MRS. E. KAY MULLINS Concord College, B.S. and B.A. Degree. Librarian Sponsor: Library Club, Senior Class Years at Van: One MR. WILLIAM P. REYNOLDS Morris Harvey College: California State College at Hayward, B.A. Degree and Graduate work in Education. Teaches World History, World Geography. Sponsor: United Nations Club, Freshman Class. Years at Van: One MISS IDA MAE THOMPSON Marshall University, A.B. Degree. Teaches Civics, World Geography, Democracy. Sponsor: Freshman Class, Future Teachers Club, Yearbook Advisor. Years at Van: Twenty-Four MRS. JOAN E. TOLER West Virginia University, B. S. Degree. Teaches Physical Science, Physiology, Chemistry, Earth Science. Sponsor: Future Nurses Club, Sophomore Class. Years at Van: One MR. JOY DELANO UNDERWOOD Morris Harvey College Teaches Biology, Science. Sponsor: Science Club, Freshman Coach. -sv i FACULTY DIRECTORY f Years at Van: Five I MRS. PATSY WILEY Ohio University, Morris Harvey College, Marshall University. Teaches Home Economics. Sponsor: Future Homemakers Club, Sophomore Class. Years at Van: Ten MR. EDWARD CALVIN WILSON West Virginia Wesleyan, B.S. Degree in Mathema- tics and Physics, West Virginia University. Teaches Analysis, Algebra I and II, Freshman and Senior Mathematics, Geometry. Sponsor: Senior Class, Projectionist Club, Nation- al Honor Society, Baseball Coach. Years at Van: Five MRS. CHARLOTTE RUTH GRAY Secretary Years at Van: Eleven SENIOR ACTIVITIES HAZEL DIAN ACREE Van, West Virginia F. T. A. 1, 2, Library Club 2, Future Business Leaders 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Miss Bulldog Candidate 3, Band 1, 2. MARY KATHERINE ADKINS Van, West Virginia Student Council 1, Style Show 1, 3, F. H.A. 4. PHILIP WAYNE ADKINS Barrett, West Virginia Projectionist Club 4, W. Va. History Club 1, Foot- ball Manager l, Basketball 1, Chess Club 1. DANNY RAY BAILEY Twilight, West Virginia Football 1, Band 3,4, Pep Club 4. LYDIA REBECCA BALL Van, West Virginia F. H. A. 1, National Honor Society 3,4, Miss Snow- flake 3, Future Business Leaders 4, Chorus 4, Pep Club 4, Honor Banquet 1, Class Secretary 3, Treas- urer 4. WILLIAM C. BELLER Twilight, West Virginia DARRELL EDWARD BIAS Rt. 4392 Madison, West Virginia Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club President 4. JOYCE ANN BIAS 'Rt. 4152 Madison, West Virginia Pep Club 1, 4, Library Club 4, Miss Bulldog Candi- date 1. JAMES O. BOHANNON Twilight, West Virginia Spanish Club 3, Pep Club 4. LESLIE GREGORY BOHANNON Bandytown, West Virginia Spanish Club 3, Glee Club 3, P.T.A. 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ALLAN BOWLES Robinson, West Virginia United Nations 4. ALLEN DAVID BOWLING Bandytown, West Virginia F. T. A. 4, Spanish Club 3. SHARON BRANHAM Barrett, West Virginia Miss Tiger 1, Miss Sweetheart 1, Yearbook 4, Cheer leader 1, Pep Club 4, Newspaper 4, Varsity Club 1, Miss Van High 4. CHARLIE BROWDER Uneeda, West Virginia Football 1,2, 3, Football Captain 1, 3, Basketball 1, Basketball Captain 1, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, United Nations Club 4. HULEN B. BROWN Bandytown, West Virginia Pep Club l, 4. JOHNNY RAY BROWN Barrett, West Virginia Football l, United Nations 4. LILLIAN SUE BROWN Van, West Virginia Cheerleader 1, Student Council 1, F. N.A. 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Business Leaders 4, Secretary 4, Chorus 1. JAMES RANDALL BROWNING Bald Knob, West Virginia United Nations 4. MARY BROWNING Bald Knob, West Virginia EARNEST WAYNE BURNS Twilight, West Virginia Basketball 1,2, Baseball l,2,3, F.T. A. 4, Pep Club 2. EDDIE BURNS Wharton, West Virginia I07 SENIOR ACTIVITIES United Nations 4. DANNA SUE BUTCHER Class Treasurer 1, Varsity Club 1, Secretary 1, F.H.A. 3,4, Treasurer 4, Spanish Club 3, Cheer- leader 1, Library Club 4, Honor Banquet 3, Nation- al Honor Society 3, 4. BRENDA KAY CANTERBURY Madison, West Virginia F.N.A. '1, 2, Pep Club 2, Style Show 1, F.H.A. 4, Chorus 3, 4. THOMAS EDDIE CARROLL Bob White, West Virginia Bible Club 1, Class Presidentl, Student Council 1, Vice President 1, Band 2, 3, 4, F. T.A. 4, Projec- tionist Club 4. BRENDA KAY CARUTHERS Bob White, West Virginia Science Club 4, Newspaper staff 4, Style Show 1, 3, F. H. A. 3, 4, Historian 3, Reporter 4. EVA DA GAYE COCHERAN Bim, West Virginia Student Council 1, Salutatorian 1, Yearbook Staff 2, 4, Business Manager 4, National Honor Society 2,3, Honor Banquet 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 4. HERMAN COLLINS Barrett, West Virginia United Nations Club 4. LINDA ELAINE COOK Bald Knob, West Virginia Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Library Club 2,3, Newspaper Staff 4, United Nations 1,3, Science Club 1, F. H.'A. 1. DAVID P. CRAWFORD Barrett, West Virginia DEAN PRESTON CREGGER Van, West Virginia Band l,2, 3, Pep Club 2, 4, Explorer Post 298 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 1, Pep Band 2. COLLENE CRESKA Barrett, West Virginia F.T.A. 4, Newspaper Staff 4. MARY ROSE DANIELS Bald Knob, West Virginia LINDA KAREN DAVIS Van, West Virginia Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F. N. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Honor Banquet 1, 2, 3, Science Award 1, English 2, Chorus 4, Style Show 1, 2, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Vice President of Public Rela- tions 3, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Talent Show 3. JAMES EVERETT DICK ERSON Wharton, West Virginia United Nations 4, Photography Club 1. JACK WILLIAM DOTSON Barrett, West Virginia Football l,2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 3, Mr. Touchdown 1, United Nations Club 3, Newspaper Staff 3, Chorus 3, Student Council 4, Representative to Jackson's Mill 4, Varsity Club 1, 3, 4. JUNIOR MARTIN DILLON Bob White, West Virginia JAMES GREGORY EADS Barrett, West Virginia Student Council 1, 2, 3, President 1, Class President 3, Band 1, National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Honor Banquet 2,3, Projectionist Club 3, 4, Secre- tary and Treasurer 4, Chess Club l. JOLENE ELAM ' Bald Knob, West Virginia Bible Club 1, National Honor Society 3, 4, Library , Club 3, United Nations 3, Pep Club 4, Glee Club 3, 1 Future Business Leaders 4, Class Treasurer 3, Spanish Club 3, Basketball 1,2, Honor Banquet 3. CHARLES LAMUEL ELLISON, JR. Wharton, West Virginia Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All State Tackle 4, Baseball 3, 4, Pep Club 4. JOHN RAY FLEMING Cazy, West Virginia Class President 4, Student Council 4, Honor Society 3,4, Yearbook 3, 4, Advertising Manager 3, Editor 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, United Nations Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, Jr. Executive Conference 3, Honor Banquet 2. OMA LUCILLE PERSINGER GABBERT Barrett, West Virginia Pep Club 4, Basketball 1, 2. RUSSELL GIBSON, JR. Wharton, West Virginia Basketball 1, Football 1, Baseball 3, United Nations Club 4, Pep Club 4, Varsity Club 1, Science Club 1, Coin Club 1. JOHNNY RAY GOODWIN Bald Knob, West Virginia W. Va. History Club 1, Student Council 1, 3, Band 4, Pep Club 4. LINDA KAY GORE Rt. 1552 Madison, West Virginia Glee Club 1. RONALD G. GRANT Bob White, West Virginia Band 2, Pep Club 4. DONNA JEAN GREEAR 2 T2 TF- A E Ion ACTIVITIES Bob White, West Virginia Pep Club 2, 4, Newspaper 4, Chorus 3, 4. JOE HAGER Van, West Virginia LARRY C. HARPER Bandytown, West Virginia Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Varsity Club 3, 4, Chorus 3. ROGER DALE HICKS Madison, West Virginia Football 1,2, 3, Basketball 1,2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. SHARON LOUISE HOBBS Gordon, West Virginia Home Ec. 1,2, Pep Club 4. DANIEL DEAN HOLSTEIN Van, West Virginia Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice Presi- dent 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 1, 2, Varsity Club 3, 4 National Honor Society 3, 4. HAL KENT HOWELL Van, West Virginia Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 4, Pep Club 4, Chorus 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1. ERNESTINE MERRELL HUNT Bandytown, West Virginia Student Council 1, Jr. Varsity Cheerleader 2, Var- sity Cheerleader 3, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Pep Club 2, Vice President Class 3, Honor Banquet 2, 3, Shorthand I Award 3, Typing I Award 3, Phys. Ed. Award 2, Home Ec. Award 3, Style Show 1, 2, 3, Jr. Executive Conference 3. VIRGINIA SUE HUNTER Rt. 1192 Madison, West Virginia Pep Club 1, Science Fair 2, F.T.A. 3,4, Secretary 4, Yearbook Staff 3, Talent Show 3. HAROLD TYRONE JAMES Van, West Virginia Spanish Club 3, Pep Club 1, 4, United Nations 4, Chorus 4, Science Fair 1, 4. TOMMY JARRELL Bandytown, West Virginia Pep Club 1, Newspaper Staff 3, Library Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Science Fair 1, 3, Band 1,2, Art 3. BRENDA FAYE JARVIS Bim, West Virginia Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Bible Club 1. ROBERT EUGENE JARVIS Barrett, West Virginia Varsity Club 3, 4, Football 1, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Photography Club 1. JOHNNY JONES Madison, West Virginia Pep Club 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Baseball 1,2, 3, 4, United Nations Club 4, Chorus 3. VERNA MAE JONES Barrett, West Virginia Spanish Club 3, Library Club 4. CHARLES DAVID JUSTICE Gordon, West Virginia Pep Club 4. DOUGLAS KUHN Bob White, West Virginia JOAN CAROLYN KUHN Van, West Virginia Pep Club 1,4, Majorette 2, Snow Queen 2, Year- book Staff 1, 4, Class Secretary 2, Spanish Club 3, Future Business Leaders 4, Talent Show 3, Chorus 3. DAVID LINVILLE Van, West Virginia Projectionist Club 4. TOMMY LEE LINVILLE Van, West Virginia Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Explorer Post 298 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Science Club 4. FRANKIE LONG III Barrett, West Virginia W. Va. History Club 1, Science Club 2, Thespian Club 3, Pep Club 4. JERRY DEAN LYONS Barrett, West Virginia Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 3, 4, Varsity'C1ub 1, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, W. Va. History Club 1, Science Club 1, Coin Club 1, Chess Club 1. KATHY ANN MASSEY Gordon, West Virginia F.N.A. 1, Pep Club 1, F.T.A. 4, Newspaper Staff 4 DIANA LAVELY McCARTY Bob White, West Virginia F.N. A. 1, 2, Pep Club 1,4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Future Business Leaders 4, President 4, Library Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Talent Show 3. JACK LUDELL McCARTY Van, West Virginia varsity ciub 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3,-4, Yearbook Staff 3. JAMES FRANKLIN MOONEY Twilight, West Virginia DIANA LYNN KERNS MOORE Bob White, West VlI'gll'll.a H0 ke SENIOR ACTI ITIES Bible Club 1, Library Club 3, United Nations Club 3 Glee Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, F. H.A. 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. PAUL MOORE Uneeda, West Virginia W. Va. History Club 1, Science Club 1, Student Council 2, Football 1, 3, Pep Club 4, Thespian Club 3. ROGER DEAN MOORE Barrett, West Virginia Chess Club 1, Projectionist Club 4. DREMA GAIL MULLINS Van, West Virginia Miss Bulldog 1, Cheerleader 1, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H.A. 1, Majorette 2, Future Business Leaders 4, Chorus 4. PHILLIP LEE OSBORNE Bald Knob, West Virginia Football 1, Spanish.Club 3, 4, President 4, Boy's State 3, Band 3,4, Science Club 4, Projectionist Club 4. RANDALL CARL PHELPS Barrett, West Virginia RUBY ELLEN POORE Cazy, West Virginia ' Valedictorian 1, F.H.A. 2,3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice President of Recreation 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Science Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Library Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Banquet 2, 3, Home Ec. Award 2, Newspaper Award 3, Know Your State Government 3. VICTORIA SUE POORE QVICKYJ Bald Knob, West Virginia F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Vice President of Recreation 3, Secretary 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Newspaper 3,4, Co-editor 4, Library Club 3, Span- ish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Banquet 3, Style Show 2. IANICE PRICE Rt. H2 Madison, West Virginia CHARLES DAVID RAMEY Van, West Virginia Football 1, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Library Club 4, Basketball 1, Yearbook 3. DREMA GAIL RAMSEY Gordon, West Virginia Glee Club 3, Pep Club 2,4, F.T. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Pre- sident 4, Student Council 3,4, Vice President of Class 1, Secretary of Class 4, Style Show 1. ANNA GAYE REED Van, West Virginia F. H.A. 1, F.T.A. 1,2, Cheerleader 1,2, 3, Pep Club l, 2, 4, Student Council 1, Honor Banquet 1, Business Leaders 4, Chorus 3, 4. JAMES ERNEST REYNOLDS Williams Mt. , West Virginia Football 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN WAYNE RICHARDS Barrett, West Virginia Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Basketball 1, 3, Pep Club 4, W. Va. History Club 1, Varsity Club 3, 4. JENNINGS JESSE SAUNDERS JR. Barrett, West Virginia Pep Club 4. VAUGHN SETSER Wharton, West Virginia United Nations Club 1, Science Club 1, Pep Club 1, Coin Club 1, Chess Club 1. NANCY IONE SOSEBEE Van, West Virginia Glee Club 3, Science Club 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1,4, Science Fair 1, 2, English Award 3, Honor Banquet 2, 3, Style Show 1, Secretary of National Honor Society 4, Yearbook Staff 1, 2. BEVERLY THURMOND Twilight, West Virginia Pep Club 1, 4. RODNEY DALE THURMOND Barrett, West Virginia Football 1, Basketball 1, Band 2, Pep Club 4, F.T. A 2.' PAUL TOLER Bald Knob, West Virginia United Nations 4. HAROLD JAMES VANCE Bob White, West Virginia Student Council 1, 4, Projectionist Club 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. DANNY ANDREW WALLER Wharton, West Virginia Vice President Class 1, Student Council 1, Bible Club 1, President 1, Band 1, 2, 3,4, Spanish Club 3, Library Club 3, 4, President 4, Pep Club 1, Explorer Post 298 3, 4. SHARON MARIE WELCH Bob White, West Virginia Band 1,2, F. N. A. 1, Library Club 3, Spanish Club 3 Pep Club 1, 4, Future Business Leaders 4, Treasurer 4, Yearbook 3,4, Advertising Manager 4, Chorus 4, Miss Bulldog 4, Science Fair 2, 3, Talent Show 3. LINDA LOU WHITE Rt. E2 Madison, West Virginia ' SE 1oR ACT1 ITIE United Nations 1, 2, Pep Club 45 Library Club 4g National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Honor Banquet 2, 3g Chorus 3, 4, United Nations 3g Spanish Club 35 Library Club 3g Pep Club 4g Basketball 1, 2g Glee Club 3g Future PAUL WHITE I U - Business Leaders 4g Newspaper Staff 3. Bandytown, West Virginia Football 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Pep Club 4, Science LANNA JEAN WORKMAN Fair 1, 2g Vice President Class 1. BHUCIYIOWVI. WCSF Virginia Secretary of Class lg Style Show lg Varsity Cheer- RICHARD CURTIS WHITE leader 3g Pep Club 4g Miss Sweetheart 3. Wharton, West Virginia Football 2g Chess Club 1, Projectionist ciub 4. SANDRA ELLEN WORKMAN Twilight, West Virginia Class Treasurer lg F. N. A. 2g Band 3g Glee Club 3g Pep Club 4g Style Show 1. SANDRA JANE WHITE Barrett, West Virginia Pep Club 4. WANDA LOUISE YEAGER Bob White, 4West Virginia Chorus 1, 2, 4, Newspaper 4, Pep Club 4. SHANNON GAIL WHITE Wharton, West Virginia Student Council 1, 2, 3, Treasurer lg Bible Club 1, agrgmgfvwzw- EXPLORER POST 298 SEATED: Danny Holstein, Tom Carroll, Dean Cregger, Danny Waller. STANDING 2ND ROW: Charles James, Timmy Plogger, John Turner, Kenny Warner, Tommy Linville, Donald Jarrell, Jerry Hetrick. BRD ROW: G. W. David, David Hubbard, Mike Acree, Danny Whitmore, and Sponsor, Mr. Windon. ., ' 5 I' ..V- V if? E Y' I "' 177 ' , v,f'f",' V ,.,- ,' ,V J: ,' AfQ!?14!l,4 Y- lf A,4, 1, 'U Af 1 gg, :Cliff jg? 5' C ngrat lat ons to the Van C' ' ., fy .N lj' ,I if if ,ffl "Q, raduat ng Class of 1967 H? f R9 we .wf , A 41 H KL. I if t ff! w ig' W0 J 4 , 0" bfi! In 1 'Iyar I 2 L I gy fi If A ounty Neighbor if-,ia 1 qt ' ,f ? L ,fl I " . og? A Ojie of Boone oun s leadlng coal produc s CIDEGQXQE SALUTES Boone's citizens of the future. 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