Van High School - Vancourier Yearbook (Van, WV)

 - Class of 1968

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Van, West Virginia 'X Volume' XIX Editor: Advertising Managerf t Steve Fleming Aleta Holstein is Advisor: Subscription Managers Ida Mae Thompson Jean Peters 5 X E N 4 -- Y- -A i L we i ml W l' 2 Table of Contents Dedication Administration Faculty Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Organizations Athletics Advertisers Twelve Years of Service and Devotion Students and teachers alike have had great respect for Mrs. Charlotte Gray. Her reputation as an under- standing and conscientious worker will be long re- membered by all. Throughout the years she has helped students with their problems and given aid, and extra hours of work, to teachers and principals. "Nicky," as she has always been affectionately called, came to Van High as a member of the Ninth Grade Class. After graduation she was employed as the school secretary, at which post she served extremely well for twelve years. We, the students, alumni and teaching personnel Want to extend our gratefullness to her and the best wishes for much happiness in the coming years. N -.,' A smile for all. Always ready to extend a helping hand. Eleven Staf ff?--'E----H-n""5. Buck Price, Lovejoy, Jo Ann Holstein, Advertising Bohannon, Sherry McCarty, Mahone, Betty Cody, Rebecca Dalfiing fZQ,,,,,,Q!.4e,be6,eaJ.i,-21E!Q4'0Uf70' W4-JAMJWW jeu, ,ufeefzlfv-L fi af 0-of yo, . 6'a-ofoffdu-OAQL ,ew-014 ,g, J, Q--.4-.V 4 Miss Thompson is always a helping hand. 'wrsfw' 'W' Aa .wi-L Atrmxflr i' ,,,, aw 'N s A -'frm-rawwrx, :fr X . Delegates to the Fall Yearbook meeting, Oct. 7, at Marshall University in Hum-' ington. fi 9 2 ,nl fr ,tg ,E I, R - w -Nw . ' S NN . . mi s A v 4 -bf Q A :P 2' i ---W.. 1 X 3? me . ,QW . -N Tx, VW,-h 1 , A 1 N - N, xt, xx s,f -fx-N. . .KN .J ff .mm , N L' 'F?'4,Q'f54 -- ,.....-..-W f - N?-nw-V - - b - iii? if an i gf u ents Find i Choice Difficult ii, 45? Qi ffiiw Homecoming Game MZ 67 -asv Wiaff 2' ,J Uffffff f ,J-f ff 'MMZM W ,W M41 MWA! M1597 Afffjif m W ' W f m mmm ' V K 8 Set, ready set, 1et's go now . . . we want a touchdown . . . fifteen yard penalty . . . time out . . . Oops! a fumble . . . it's fourth and inches . . . go for it . . . A11 for Van-Hi stand up and holler . . Hold that line . . . tackle him . . interception . . . run, boy, run . . five, four, three, two, one Victory! Promoting Sale of 'West Virginia' Christmas OFFICERS and SPONSOR Vice-President: Steve Pauley, Secretary: Jean Peters, Sponsor: Mr, Windon, President: Steve Fleming, Treasurer: Barry Kirby. Richard and Steve selling the last box of Christmas cards for the Student Council to Mrs, Walker as Mr. Mann supervises. P Cards Outstanding Project This Year Richard Hampton makes a motion that Student Council sell Christ- mas cards. W Jean Peters reads minutes from last meeting. av . - pnavwrvu --.,e.... .... .., ,. M. .-.W ,. L , ,M ,lik -3, 4 f , ' ii 7 psf: :di- rt 4 , - Q, 'f L X' V' .- my L x P' 5:1 :Ski .4 af " KNEELING: Keith Dyke, Janet Foster, LaDonna Franklin, Becky Bohannon, Jo Ann Linville, Nancy Green, Paul Ball. SEATED: Steve Pauley, Jean Peters, Steve Fleming, Barry Kirby, STANDING: Mr. Windon, Richard Hampton, Dale Lyons, Cecil Sharp, Billy Jarrell, Mark Smith. State Recognition Comes to Our School Area State Band members receive excellent rating. is E l .. ,,,... ,X , Q S ijt- We is rr X t.Att,,t..,,.......t,., M F r Q 5 Awww., ttt. Www, WML: in Sifwmfxw if ,Mr ,,,. .4 .... M i ' www .t sg - yi X K. K. 4 V .,..... ,i Y., . , S. N, Mr, s lstikr, 7 1 - N sg 1 . Q f FE f ta 2 Q S .R g S 5 r S S , F S i t - it 5 ls 2 E 1 W te,, , sr., f -S Seventeenth Annual "Know Your State Government Day", March 6, 1967. Steve, Moderator, and Mr. Gus Douglas, Com- missioner of Agriculture. Aleta Holstein also attended this meeting. I4 An Qutstanding Personality r .,WmMW.,,W,1 ........,.,i--ir,..,. MR. WILLIAM W. WINDON, JR. Principal of Van High School Mr. William W. Windon, Jr. has been our principal for the past four years. The students of Van High School have been grateful for his just and outstanding leadership. In March, 1967, Mr. Windon attended the National Association of Secondary School Prin- cipals at Dallas, Texas. He was listed in the 1967 edition of Outstanding Personalities in the South. He was elected Vice President of the Boone County Principal's Association for the school year 1967-1968. We appreciate all the work he has done for the betterment of Van High School during the past four years. Mrs. Ernestine Harper joined our staff October 26, 1967. She replaced Mrs. Charlotte Gray, who left to join geant stationed in California. Ernestine has proven to be a very valuable asset to Van High School. MRS. ERNESTINE HARPER, Secretary ' , y J 'uf 6 Mr. Harold Holstein, a member of the Van High faculty for eight years, is our first full time Guidance Coun- selor, He has been commended by the State Colleges and county personnel for his ability and efficiency in organ- izing and counseling, We are grateful for his excellent guidance. Helping Hand and Guidance MR. HAROLD HOLSTEIN, Guidance Counselor her husband who is a Marine Staff Ser- ii as +5 Q2 S. Qs Q S S S A X Qi: The Best of the Science Fair DAVID GREEN Uneeda Grade - Ph sics Y DOUGLAS PRICE Van High - Biology CHARLES HURLEY Van High - Biology R E 1 2 3, Mwmefi 5 ,M E 2 f i. Q I Ks Q 5 2 E E Q x wk'- R 1. I Msf MRM., x,N.. X mb 1 kr. , xx xkx x X , BSEEQSWSK Skim LEO SCOTT ARNOLD Teaches English and Creative Writing. Sponsor: Senior Class. Berea College, A. B, NINA FRANCES BAIRD W. Va. Wesleyan, B.S. Syracuse University, M.S. Teaches Physical and General Science. Sponsor: Science Club. MARY SUE BLACK Marshall University, A.B. Degree. Teaches Span- ish I and ll. HARRY MICHAEL BROWN Marshall University, A.B. Degree. Teaches World History and Drivers Education. Sponsor: Safety Club. Coach - Freshman Football and Basketball. ELLIS A. BRADLEY West Virginia University, A. B. and Marshall Uni- versity, M. A. Degree. Teaches Shorthand, Typing I and ll. Sponsor: Junior Class. LINDA RAE CARTE Morris Harvey College, B. S. Degree. Teaches Bookkeeping, Business Math and Office Machines. Sponsor: Senior Class. ALTA MAE CAUDILL Morris Harvey College, B.S. Degree. Teaches Reading and English. Sponsor: Freshman Class. KAREN IO FERRELL Marshall University, A.B. Degree. Teaches Library Science. Sponsor: Library Club and Junior Class. DAVID EDWIN FINCHAM Morris Harvey College, A. B. Marshall University, M. A. Degree. Teaches Social Studies. Sponsor: Junior Class and Varsity Club. Head Football and Basketball Coach. JACK HASKINS Salem College, A. B. Degree. Teaches Music and Chorus. Sponsor: B-and and Majorettes, HAROLD HOLSTEIIN Morris Harvey College, B.S. Degree. Teaches General Business and Business Law. Guidance Coun- selor. Sponsor: Senior Class. WILMA IEAN KUHN Marshall University, A.B. Degree. Teaches Eng- lish and Physical Education. Sponsor: Cheerleaders, Sophomore Class, and Pep Club. ' ' I8 Facult F fffffwfi WM wwf' . M r K nn X956 vi 5 X 535,318 Ellis A. Bradley David Edwin Fincham P Nina Frances Baird Mary Sue Black Harry Michael Brown K V' 'ff AV r Jack Haskins Harold Holstein EDNA K. LIPFORD Glenville State College, A, B. Degree. Teaches Home Eco- nomics. Sponsor: Freshman Class and Future Homemakers. KENNETH RICHARD MAN N Glenville State College, A. B. Degree. 'Assistant Coach - Football and Basketball. Teaches Physiology, Physical Education and American His- tory. Sponsor: Freshman Class and Pep Club. DOUGLAS F. SMITH Concord College, B.S. in Education. Teaches Biology and General Science. Spon- sor: Sophomore Class. IDA MAE THOMPSON Marshall University, A. B. Degree. Teaches Social Studies, Sponsor: Future Teachers, Yearbook Advisor, and Senior Class. CONSTANCE JEAN WALKER Morris Harvey College, B, A. Degree. Teaches Civics and English. Sponsor: Junior Class and Future Nurses. .fs ' . CALVIN WILSON West Virginia Wesleyan, B. S. in Mathematics. Teaches Geometry, Math l and ll, Al- gebra l and II. Sponsor: Sophomore Class, Projection- ist Club, and National Honor Society. 20 Edna K. Lipfond Kenneth Richard Mann Douglas F. Smith Ida Mae Thompson Constance Jean Walker Calvin Wilson 1 W l fs. if . .4 ,K 1- S o If . J if 5 I r f 'K' . K sg v E K 4 Y N X Q V 3' Y , ., . W' X A 1 -ft - , ,-I A L, Z. 5 ,. K . K . , X ' s v. , Q6 x X. - .. .WTP X NX xl, in . . . ii-Snfk' b A 3 'XX . ' ,N .L xi .., in Q Q .1 N is X xx 'lr ' x K Q ex J : ww ,faicib 9 gp -N, X- q : - 1 -aundnanlw in Ni .Q ..f1 j.l , :wi v MICHAEL DAVID ACREE Van, w. va. Pep Club 1,2,a,4 ROGER LEE ADKINS Bob White, W. Va. Pep Club 3 KYLE BAILEY Bob White, W. Va. Pep Club 3,4 JACKIE BAIRE Gordon, W. Va, RUTH ANN BEAVERS Barrett, W. Va. Class Presi- dent 1 Future Teachers 1,2,4 Future Homemakers 1,2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4 Yearbook 1,2 Class Editor 2 Future Nurses 3,4 National Honor Society 3,4 Youth Speaks, Jackson's Mill 3 Miss Bulldog 4 'JAMES COVEY BONDS Bob White, W. Va. Science Fair 1,2 Library Club 4 DAVID CHAFFIN Wharton, W. Va. JUDY COCHERAN Barrett, W. Va. BETTY CODY Barrett, W. Va. Talent Show 1,3 United Nations Club 3 Science Club 3 All State Band 3,4 All County Band 3,4 Majorette 3,4 Miss Bulldog 3rd place 3 Band President 4 Newspaper 3 Yearbook 4 DANNY COOKE Bald Knob, W. Va. Football Manager 1 United Nations Club 3 Safety Driving Club 4 Library Club 4 Pep Club 2 Band 3 DEBORAH LYNN COOK Bald Knob, W. Va. KAREN FAYE COOK Twilight, W. Va. United Nations Club 2 Future Nurses 3 Library Club 3, 4 LANA GAIL COOK Twilight, W. Va. Yearbook 4 Business Manager 4 Future Teachers 1, 2, 3,4 Presi- dent 3,4 Jackson's Mill 2,4 National Honor Soci- ety 2, 3, 4 Honor Banquet 2, 3 Junior Executive Conference 3 Chorus 1, 3,4 Pianist 3,4 NADA MARLINE COOK Bald Knob, W. Va. Cheer- leader 1, 3,4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Future Nurses 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 CHARLES THOMAS CROWL Barrett, W. Va. Foot- ball 1, 3,4 Projectionist Club 3,4 Basketball 3,4 '22 Michael David Acree James Covey Bonds Deborah Lynn Cook X Roger Lee Adkins Kyle Bailey Jackie Baire Ruth Ann Beavers David Chaffin Judy Cocheran Betty Cody Danny Cooke L Karen Faye Cook Lana Gail Cook Nada Marline Cook Charles T. Crowl Rebecca S. Dalton David R. Daniels Guy Wayne Davis M1che1e Dotgon Earl V. Eversole L, Fleming Patricia A. Foster LaDonna Fganklin Kenneth R, Gibson P3111 J. Gillispie' Edwin Lee Green L Roger Lee Gunnge Valerie Joan Ellis Jerry W. Gibson Brenda Joyce Hall REBECCA SUSAN DALTON Barrett, W. Va. Newsj paper 1, 2, 3 Student Council 1, 2 Yearbook 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 United Nations Club 2 Future Business Leaders 3 DAVID RAY DANIELS Bob White, W. Va. Pep Club 1,2 Student Council 3 GUY WAYNE DAVID Van, W. Va. Spanish Club 2 Science Club 3,4 Football 3 Basketball 1, 3 Science Fair 1, 2 Explorers Club 2, 3 MICHELE DOTSON Barrett, W. Va. Science Club 2, 3 Future Homernakers 2 Chorus 2, 3,4 Band 2, 3 Majorette 3 Cheerleader 1, 3 Fashion Show 1, 2, 3,4 VALERIE JOAN ELLIS Bandytown, W. Va. Science Fair 3rd place 2 EARL VERNON EVERSOLE Cazy, W. Va. Football 1 Basketball 1 Vice President 3 Science Club 3,4 President of Senior Class 4 STEPHEN LEE FLEMING Bob White, W. Va. Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3,4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3,4 Junior Executive Conference 3 Know Your State Government 3 Honor Banquet 2, 3 PATRICIA ANN FOSTER Van, W. Va. Future Nurses 1,2, 3,4 Secretary 3 Vice President 4 Na- tional Honor Society 3,4 Science Fair 1,2, 3 Year- book 4 . LADONNA FRANKLIN Twilight, W. Va. Cheer- leader 1 National Honor Society 2, 3,4 Future Nurses 3, 4 Future Teachers 3,4 Honor Banquet 3 Yearbook 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Spanish Award English Award All State Band 3,4 JERRY WAYNE GIBSON Twilight, W. Va. Yearbook 1 Projectionist Club 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 2 KENNETH RAY GIBSON Bald Knob, W. Va. Pep Club 2, 3 Projectionist Club 4 PAUL JAMES GILLISPIE Wharton, W. Va. Student Council 3 Projectionist Club 3,4 Pep Club 1 Band 2, 3,4 Science Club 4 EDWIN LEE GREEN Bob White, W. Va. Basketball 1 Science Club 3, 4 Explorers Post 4 ROGER LEE GUNNOE Bob White, W. Va. Pep Club 4 BRENDA JOICE HALL Barrett, W. Ba. Pen Pal 1 Pep Club 1,2, 3,4 Chorus 2,4 .. 25 RICHARD ALLAN HAMPTON Wharton, W. Va. Varsity Club 3,4 Projectionist Club 3,4 Football 1, 3,4 Basketball 1, 2, 3,4 Class President 3 Stu- dent Council 2, 3,4 CREDELL HARRIS Barrett, W. Va. BARRY HARVEY Greenwood, W. Va. Chess Club 1 Science Club 3 Library Club 4 BILLIE JEAN HEDRICK Gordon, W. Va. Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1 Student Council 1 Future Homemakers 1, 2 Miss Bulldog Candidate 4 ALETA HOLSTEIN Van, W. Va. Cheerleader 1, 2, 3,4 National Honor Society 3,4 Know Your State Government Day 3, Miss Bulldog Candidate 2 Var- sity Club 4 Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Ban- quet 3 Yearbook 1,4 Ad Manager 4 Cheerleader Award 3 ROGER HOOVER Bim, West Virginia TYANN HUGHES Barrett, W. Va. Student Coun- cil 1 Future Nurses 3,4 Chorus 4 Talent Show 1, 2 PeprClub 1, 2 EDDIE CURTIS JARRELL Gordon, W. Va. Foot- ball 1 Library Club 3 Pep Club 4 Basketball 1 JO ANN JARRELL Rt. 2 Madison, W. Va. Trans- fer 3 Future Teachers 3, 4, Officer 4 Secretary of Senior Class Majorette 4 Yearbook 4 KAREN IO JARRELL Bim, W. Va. United Nations Club 2 All County Band 3,4 All State Band 3,4 Majorette 3,4 Cheerleader 1 Yearbook 4 News- paper 3 Secretary of Band 4 SHBRRY DIANE JARRELL Van, W. Va. Science Fair 2nd Place 3 Science Club 3 Student Council 3 Majorette 3,4 Band 2, 3,4 All State Band 3,4 All County Band 4 Miss Snowflake 3 Yearbook 4 NORMA LEIGH JOHNER Bald Knob, W. Va. Glee Club 1 United Nations Club 3,4 Library Club 2, 3,4 Pep Club 1 Band 1,2,3,4 DOUGLAS JUSTICE Gordon, W. Va. JAMES DGUGLAS KERNS Bob White, W. Va. Student Council 1 Drill Club 1 United Nations Club 2 Projectionist Club 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Yearbook 4 Pep Club 1 REBECCA LEA KIRBY Bandytown, W. Va. Cheer- leader 1,2 Future Teachers 1 United Nations Club 2 Science Fair 1,2 Pep Club 3,4 Student Council 2 26 Richard Allan Hampton Roger Hoover Sherry Diane Jarrell Credell Harris Barry Harvey Billie Jean Hedrick Alera Holstein Tyann Hughes Eddie Curtis Jarrell Jo Ann Jarrell Karen Io Jarrell Q OWS I eeeee x. nn,1.d I 1. , Norma Leigh Johner Douglas Justice James Douglas Kerns Rebecca Lea Kirby I 27 Allen Kuhn Gary W. Lambert Kenneth Loftis Sandra J. L0ftiS' Patricia A. Lowery 1 Junior Mahone Sherry G. McCarty Wanda G, Meade ' 5 3 E 3. E, 1 fl W Dorita A. Mizer James G. Nunley Darlene Pennington Sharon Perry Susan Ann Love Nancy J. Mitchell Jean Peters 55+ +7 ALLEN KUHN Bob White, W, Va. Basketball 1 Pep Club 1,4 Explorers Scouts 3,4 GARY WAYNE LAMBERT Barrett, W. Va. Football , 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3 Drill Club 1 Varsity Club 3,4 Library Club 1 KENNETH LOFTIS Gordon, W. Va. SANDRA JEAN LOFTIS Gordon, W. Va. Future Homemakers 2, 3,4 Vice President 4 Band 2 Style 1 Show 1 ' 4 1 SUSAN ANN LOVE Barrett, W. Va. Cheerleader 1 3 Talent Show 1, 2, 3 Future Homemakers 2 Pep Club , 3,4 Newspaper 1 Science Fair 1 Student Council 3 1, 3 PATRICIA ANN LOWERY Wharton, W. Va. Pen Pal 1 Pep Club 1,2,s,4 1 AUBREY MAHONE JR. whanon, w, va. A SHERRY GWENDOLYN McCARTY Van, W. Va. Science Club 1, 2, 3,4 President 3 Library Club 3 . Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 4 Physical Education Award 2 Class Treasurer 4 WANDA GAIL MEADE Wharton, W. Va. Student K Council 1 Pep Club 2, 3,4 Activities Club 1 Cho- 4 rus 4 Pen Pal 1 I 1 NANCY JANE MITCHELL Twilight, W. Va. Future l Teachers 1, 2, 3,4 Treasurer 4 Band 2, 3 Majorette 3 DORITA ANN MIZER Bob White, W. Va Future Homemakers 3,4 President 4 Style Show 1 Chorus 2 Yearbook 4 N JAMES G. NUNLEY Route 2, Madison, w. va, ' Pep Club 2, 3 Science Club 4 - DARLENE PENNINGTON Bald Knob, W. Va. Li- brary Club 1 Science Club 1 SHARON PERRY Bam Knob, w. 'va. , 4 ELIZABETH JEAN PETERS Twilight, W. Va. Year- X I book 3,4 Student Council 1,4 Jackson's Mill 4 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society 2, 1 3,4 Cheerleader 3,4 Class Vice President 1 Var- , sity Club 4 Honor Banquet 1,2, 3 Future Nurses 1, 5 2 Spanish Club 2 29i J MARIA GAYE PICKENS Bim, W. Va. Band 2,3,4 Honor Society 3,4 Officer 4 Fashion Show 2,3,4 F.H.A. 2,3,4 All State Band Festival 3,4 A11 County Music Festival 3,4 Band Officer 3,4 JACQUELINE PLOGGER Bandytown, W. Va. Cheer- leader 3 F.H.A. 2 Pep Club 3 F.T.A. 1,2,3,4 Future Nurses 2 United Nations 3 Science Club 1 CATHY POORE Bald Knob, W. Va. Pep Club 1,2 United Nations 2 Honor Banquet 3 Safety Club 4 Sec. 4 DOUGLAS PRICE Bim, W. Va. Student Council 1 Class Vice President 1 Football 1,2,3 Basketball 1, 2 DAVID JESSE PRICE Barrett, W. Va. Basketball 1, 2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Baseball 2,3,4 Student Council 2 Varsity Club 3,4 Co-Captain Football 4 SHIRLEY MARIE PRICE Bald Knob, W. Va. Pen Pal Club 1 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 ADA MARIE RASH Bald Knob, W. Va. Student Council 1 Pep Club 2,3 Science Club 4 Vice Pres- dient Science Fair 1,2,4 Yearbook 4 Chorus 2,4 KATHY JOYCE RATLIFF Wharton, W. Va. Pen Pal 2,3 Pep Club 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2 STEPHEN BRUCE RIGGS Barrett, W. Va. Pep Club 2,3 Science Club 4 Basketball 1,3,4 PAUL ANTHONY RITCHIE Barrett, W. Va. Pep Club 2,3 United Nations 2 JAMES WALTER ROOF Barrett, W. Va. JUDY ANN RYAN Route 2, Madison, W. Va. Pep Club 1 United Nations 2 Library Club 3,4 F.H.A. 4 DONALD DALLAS SCALF Uneeda, W. Va. Basket- ball 2 Baseball 2 Football 4 Projectionist Club 3 Homecoming Escort 4 JAMES ALLEN SEXTON Wharton, W. Va. Varsity Club 3,4 Football 1,3,4 Projectionist 4 v1oLA MAE s1GMoN Barrett, w. Vai Pep cmb 1,2,a,4 30 l Maria Gaye Pickens Shirley M . Price James W. Roop lj Jacqueline Plogger Cathy Poore Douglas Price David J. Price Ada Marie Rash Kathy J. Ratliff Stephen B. Riggs Paul A, Ritchie Judy Ann Ryan Donald D. Scalf James A. Sexton Viola M. Sigmon J. Kent Smith Patricia A. Smith Rita J. Stanley ' Benjamin C. Sutphin J. Gail Thompson Jackie L. Toler Barry E. Gloria M. Vance Benny Vanhoose Danny Lee Vint X Sigle D. White -2 '-' Diana Gaye Sutphin Paul Vance Joyce Ann Workman JONATHAN KENT SMITH Bob White, W. Va. National Honor Society 2,3,4 President 4 Student Council 3 Band 1,2,3,4 A11 State Band 3,4 Honor Banquet 3 Science Club 3,4 President 4 Science Fair 3,4 Band Banquet 4 PATRICIA ANN SMITH Wharton, W. Va. RITA JEAN STANLEY Bnb whine, W. va. Student Council 1 Pep Club 2,3 Science Club 2,3,4 Secre- tary and Treasurer 4 English Award 1 Chorus 2,4 Yearbook 4 Science Fair 1,2,3,4 BENJAMIN CLARENCE SUTPHIN Williams Meunrein, w. ve. Pep Club 2,3 ' DIANA GAYE SUTPHIN Van, W. Va. Future Home- makers of America 1,2,3,4 United Nations 2,3 Library Club 2 Style Show 1 Treasurer 4 Science Fair 2 JEANETTE GAIL THOMPSON Bandytown, W. Va. Future Nurses 1,2,3,4 President 4 Science Fair 1, 2,3 Honor Society 2,3,4 Honor Banquet 2,3 Year- book.2,4 JACKIE LEE TOLER Bald Knob, W. Va. United Nations 3 Football 3 Library Club 2,4 Basketball 1 Chess Club 1 BARRY EDWIN VANCE Bim, W. Va. Football Man- ager 3,4 Basketball Manager 3,4 Baseball Manager 3,4 Library Club 2,3 Q GLORIA MAE VANCE Barrett, W. Va. Library Club 3,4 Pep Club 1,3 PAUL VANCE Barrett, w. ve. Library curb 2,3 Pep Club 1,3 . BENNY VANHOOSE Twilight, w. va. Library Club 2,3 Pep Club 3 DANNEY LEE VINT Barrett, W. Va. National Honor Society 2,3,4 Vice President 4 Band 2,3,4 All State and County Band 2,3,4 Spanish Club 2,3 Honor Banquet 3 United Nations 2 Projectionist Club 3,4 Secretaryhand Treasurer 3,4 Band Banquet 3,4 KAY FRANCES WHITE Wharton, W. Va. Student Council 1 Future Homemakers of America 2 Fashion Show 2 Library Club 2 Pep Club 1,3,4 SIGLE DAVID WHITE' Bandytown, W. Va. JOYCE ANN WORKMAN Wharton, W. Va. United Nations 3 Safety Club 4 Future Nurses 2,3 Varsity cheerleader 3 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Miss Bulldog cen- didate 3 Science Fair 1,3 33 S c S . N 'ig . xi ' ' ' 5: it wwe? ,...w-f'--. g f,..v+-55-"X'. , . ' miami 1 12 w. D f5 xl- ' v nt 1 ,pd F. r :fa 52 I A, 5-'2'.Q-25 ka I Q N Y atv 452555 gwzsir, f -gs X X .b -1- i ,R x S X k Qs I 968 - Senior SPONSORS Mr. Holstein Mr. Arnold Miss Thompson Mrs. Carte OFFICERS President ------------ Vernon Eversole Vice President - - Treasurer - - - Secretary - - - - - David Price - - Sherry McCarty - - JoAnn Jarrell PATRICIA ANN CARROLL Van, West Virginia Future Nurses 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4 United Nations 2 Secretary 2 Science Club 3, 4 Honor Society 2,3,4 Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Science Fair Award 2nd place 2 Honor Banquet 1, 2, 3 Civics Award 1 World History Award 2 Biology Award 2 Jun- ior Science and Humanities Symposium. Patricia A . Carroll Sponsors and Officers JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS President: Cecil Sharp Vice Pres.: Diane Phelps Treasurer: Rhonda Green Secretary: Sally Branham Junior Class CLASS SPONSORS Mrs. Ferrell, Mrs. Walker Mr. Fincham, Mr. Brown Mr. Bradley Donald Adkins Richard Adkins Joe Atha Geraldine Bailey Johnny Baire Alta Gay Ball Tilda Beavers Billy Bowles Vicky Bowling Sally Branham Greg Branham Kathy Brown Becky Burns Eddie Burns Gaylen Burns Steve Burns Billy Cocheran Dreama Cook Kathryn Cook Sue Coon Bonnie Crawford Fred Conner Donna Creska Gary Daniels Ernie Deem Tommy Dooley Christine Elam Clara Elkins Kathy Evans Jimmy Fannin Janet Foster Mary Foster Willie Gibson Sherry Gould Mike Greear Third Year at V. . au.. .Q- iyelfa .. sol: QQ -- ' Os h S ink X 1 O X Q X W 'x 113' X ri? s or his R N vt Ps. . X . iff? 1 . f. . x Y Largest Class E ss: sq s Aa 11 x A A . K A - x 'W s in 1 Qslf 1 i : 55 1 -ss -L 1 - L sa is li Y as Q Q. i t si. '-:, 1 -X 1 Rhonda Green Gary Halstead John Harmon Windell Harvey Eddie Haynes Charles Hurley Danny Jarrell Donald Jarrell Emma Jane Jarrell Kathy Jane Jarrell Talmadge Jones Diana Keffer Eddie Kincaid Barry Kirby Donald Kuhn Bill Lynch Dale Lyons Judy Mahone Enrollee 1 1 W 1 1 1 sw ? s ,ig X XY j I Vk.. gg snnsn M gn .,.,, ,.,,, .f 5' is . . X.. i K alf ' 3 ' 11 1 1 L Larry Middaugh Mary Mahone Rita Juniors make final plans for Christmas dance at class 1 meeting. n Our School Patsy Middaugh Ronnie McC1anahan Joyce Mooney Roger Mooney Wayne Moore Larry Nelson Charles Nunley Janice Osborne Sue Paugh Steve Pauley Charles Pennington Pamela Pennington Paul Pennington Billy Persinger Anna Perry Kay Perry Diane Phelps Timmy Plogger Ellena Price Steve Price Q 1,7 5 1 --13:4 " ' ,rx - Q slzn .. . R ibm S ,i X ' . . - any he JLISI tl'1ll'lKS we us nun, .415 I fy ,632 L. PBSSY Ramsey 7 kV.iV ,Wiz L . . Juniors 68 - Seniors 69 i R 7 Q,E D , X v as ' ,. mm X rox C Diana Woodrum Earl Wright Ronald Wright -N xv 'Q fs Linda Richard Regina Robinette Ruth Robinson Diana Scalf Tony Setliff Cecil Sharp Edna Sigmon Elgena Smith Mark Smith Deanna Stevenson Charles Sutphin Alice Thurmond Mike Toler Judy Toler John Turner Patricia Vance Roger Vance Kathy Vickers Phyllis Vickers Robert Vickers Donna Vint Kenny Warner Terry Weaver Butch Webb Alberta West Darlene White David White Charles Whitmore Beth Workman Larry Woodie iw, R jj soPHoMoREs J M Qifffjjil WW OFFICERS: Billy Mitchell, Treasurer: Jerr Kuhn. Mr. Smith. Sophomores Smallest Sophomore Class In Years SPONSORS: Miss Baird, Mr. Wilson, Mrs Y Sexton, Secretary: Robert Castle, President: Eddie Goodwin, Vice President, Mike Adams Margaret Adkins Kathy Agnew Robert Adkins Randy Blethen F rank Brown Sandra Brown Alvin Browning Charles Burns Lawrence Burns Rocky Burns Jimmy Castle Robert Castle Steve Castle Tonya Clark Brenda Collins Barbara Cook Lawrence Cook, Stephen Crawford Paul Dalton Sharon Dalton Sharon Drennen Jerry Duncan Keith Dyke Barry Epling Delilah Eversole Rodney Ferrell Diane Fleming Eddie Goodwin Charlotte Green Diana Green Joseph Green Nancy Green Robert Green Sandra Green Shannon Green John Hamilton Denise Harmon Zella Higginbotham David Hubbard Bobby Jackson 1 r G. fi ,, Ya ' ' at A g is V JG? Gzzyk.. fi- ' .Q 5 Et 5 L G MWGGG X X 'N XX. W N X s X G X. ssty T G gm 1 Q. K -G VW i XS N N' U.:..ji:Qi?E:fff is G r in I in A . iyiri an . ' . 1 if-sw .Au 'SEQQX rl G .I 1' . -any E? G K 1. -K - G ol sae GG S ' ile S G seie or G G ' 9 ,G " 5 . ss X SSR X Q Q, X 3 ri We ff ef L. " '- Sophomores Slightly Confused WORLD HISTORY CLASS It is becoming more evident daily that uneasy is the head that wears the crown. ,M S.. Johnny James Joe Jarrell Drema Kinder Ernie Kuhn Roberta Lambert Linda Lee Janie Linville Ronnie Mathena Bobby McC1anahan Mike Middaugh Emil Miller Junior Miller Billy Mitchell Johnny Mitchell Beulah Nelson Donny Nelson Barbara Nichols Gayle Nunley Barbara Osborne David Osborne Darlene Peters Billy Poe Aven Price Norman Pridemore Shirley Pridemore Barbara Rash Nicky Ray David Setser Mark Setser Jerry Sexton Brenda Sigmon Carolyn Sigmon Grover Skeens Buddy Snodgrass Paul Sutphin Johnny Vance Herbert Vint Rocky Walker Marilyn Wallace Jack Webb . Janet Webb John Webb Lonnie White Steve White Wesley White Mary Williams Sharon Wooten David Woodie Glenda Woodie Bruce Workman Darlene Workman Kathy Workman Debbie Yeager Open House Mr. Mann opens the Amer- Interested parents discussing math Mrs. Walker chats with Mrs ican History door to Junior with instructor, Mr. Wilson. BOIIBDHOH. mothers. ANNUALLY VAN HIGH SCHOOL OPENS ITS DOORS TO ALL PARENTS AND PATRONS, THE FACULTY, FUTURE HOMEMAKERS AND FUTURE TEACI-IER'S CLUBS ACT AS HOSTESSES. According to parents, their seniors still find grammar a 'deep dark' subject. I Mr. Arnold agrees. ' P. T. A . President BOYD FOSTER 48 Becky Bohannon, Future Teacher, serving V punch to Mr. Windon. M Ziff' fjjw M , I, ' WP M J WMA, ,WI QJLMMWJMHVZQZ4 Ogigvwj W Qf' wif? ffZ.019f 4 ff' ,gwffv ff""' W FRESHMEN f 1- Freshmen - Strive For Higher Goals CLASS SPONSORS Mr. Haskins, Mr. Mann, Mrs. Lipford, Mrs. Caudill. X , A NW. als x X 1. 5 X- QQ X s X K 2 Q X 1 YA X 3-K .. CX Q. 2 111 . rx. - -225 s is M.: ,A,, 'f A ' - , f' CLASS OFFICERS Beverly Jarrell, Becky Bohannon, Patricia Massey, Marsha Hunt, 1:15 f , :Q 1 fill M , - f 1 - ,assi ,rrr XS- ..-.zffsw .1 sgxesrgfar a s C as :wr-SW B- J so r -so .agagsaez -1 f - f rf .13 - J James Asbury Glenda Atha Mike Bailey Waneda Baire Paul Rufus Ball Debra Beard Helen Bias Becky Bohannon Ricky Bowling Rita Sue Brown Danny Kay Burns Linda Carroll Roger Dean Castle Barbara Cook Linda Cook Sherman Cook Travella Sue Cook Wilma Cook Ricky Coon Mike Curry Becky Ferrell Roger Ferrell Mary Faye Fleming Kathy Grant Douglas Green Kathy Ernestine Green Ethel Gunnoe June Gunnoe Maggie Gunnoe Bonnie Harvey Marsha Lynn Hunt Beverly Ellen Jarrell Clifton Jarrell ' chool Spirit Stands Out W, , ,-2522 . 1. --G .sr f we --tr .Rf ef 1 5 fa K J XR Ed Jarrell Ioyce Jarrell Dale Jarrell Shelia Jarrell William Paul Jarrell Lynda Kaskay Vicky Kennedy Barbara Jean Linville Jo Ann Linville Joyce Rae Lorrison Donna Lovejoy Wilda Lovejoy Patricia Lynn Massey John Mathena Jerry McDaniel s . , gist.. Freshmen Adjust To High School . ..-ww.. a .h, si s RJ 1 X is Vg '5 JK 2 so 2 3 A 5 wi.. L - K -sf: if Q X ,N he Q M s ' R 3 s :SL - tx 1 R s 3,83 x -,-, ,.-- Q ffxxx- .. " 9 is 5 as s b. a ss' ss Qt ? Leonard Workman N ' J A ,N . - ,,, , , Q 1, 5, , R . st-sr: wi.-as CIVICS CLASS Learning County Government E N J at L E59 . '5 5 . W. + fr 'S i 9 , .L., K 1 . ,.,. . .. U -5-If .. ,, K sf r X S sr -Rats ss ,G , s .Sta " gs .154 2.1 - if :fv- as J SS s K vi-is R ag Q 3 s 5 as Ig - - - ,favs if ' 11- wus " pa.: , ,Z X1 s . Bea Miller Nada Sue Moore Vada Lou Moore Rusty Mullins Jean Nelson Ronald Dean Nelson Edsil Osborne Jesse Osborne Mannie David Price Pat Pridernore Jackie Reynolds Roger Robertson Debbie Stevenson Robert Dean Thurmond Pamela Tolbert J N Larry Allen Turner Jake Warner Judy Warner , Brenda White y Paul White J 4 Robin White Danny Workman 1 Jerry Layne Workman J Terry Wayne Workman Kay Workman r 52 S y ORGANIZATIONS 1 in lf - -1 - 52: Z' . P. --.' . , ff-T:--W '5i.5i:fIL - we - ' -,tt Z fin. . V - . Honor Banquet I , Jr. Mayor of Madison, This One Thing I Do, "Looking to the past and future I shall strive to do my best. " ? Q 1 o A Moment Wasted Is Gone g Forever , Shannon White and Karen Davis VALEDICTORIAN: Ellen Poore if as -Q X ' A i .,,N 'C 5 -Q K Recipients of two or more awards SCIENCE STUDENT OF THE YEAR Karen Davis Character - Scholarship- Leadership and Service i W V S r O Kent Smith, Danny President Vice President Q Maria Pickens, Secretary N Lana Cook Peters 5 Aleta Holstein Ruth Beavers Mr. Wilson, Sponsor NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Q '2 e V 5 I H 1.7 Cecil Sharp Q, ' gi . 4 . M . - . . fn , . - . u, .Q , .t,,.,.. D . .N . . . , . . LaDonna Franklin Treasurer rx N X .9- :ee U T k'. K K. 1 w fe 1 -. 5 'X -Algeria fx Q E O Pifii 1 'Nr--xr W., .321 Ak., 5 an Thom Patty Carroll H111 N1 2221-552223 255 i2i?"'EEifN2'3 mf, rrx,..,. Mm: mix 1: .I2,.,zr .ik fx .--f- Q were '1-111e,w- 'f e r Steve Pauley Future Teacher Q will -lf iff AMI RICA STANDING, Left to Right: Jane Jarrell, Sharon Dalton, Peggy Ramsey, Judy Mahone, Joyce Lorrison, Nancy Green, Miss Thompson, Vicky Bowling, Jackie Plogger, Donna Creska, Aleta Holstein, Denise Harmon, Christine Elam. 2nd ROW: Mary Foster, Charles Sutphin, Charles Hurley, Linda Lee. SEATED: Kathy Evans, Ruth Beavers, LaDonna Franklin, Jean Nelson, Wilda Lovejoy, Beulah Nelson. These charming beauties were our repre- Lana Cook being installed as sentatives at Jackson's Mill for the 1967 1967-68 president. convention. ace Challenge Cf Change During the year the club mem- bers enjoy a wide variety of activ- ities, such as having programs, dances and the annual initiation. Aiding faculty members is the prime concern of the Future Teachers. - Q 'E QQ I' u- 'fi' , 'fx .fp ,e N' '. Y 4 , 3 S , LF' L L LL 'r Y fi' i 'SEEK v' OFFICERS Lana Cook, President QSEATEDJ Nancy Mitchell, Treasurer Jean Peters, Vice President Miss Thompson, Advisor Jo Ann Jarrell, Secretary Homemakers of Tomorrow OFFICERS: STANDING, Left to Right: Diane Phelps, Vice President of State and National Proj- ectsg Clara Elkins, Vice President of Recreation: Judy Toler, Vice President of Public Relationsg Diana Sutphin, Treasurer: Bonnie Crawford, Secretary. SITTING, Left to Right: Mrs. Edna Lip ford, Sponsors Maria Pickens, Historian: Dorita Mizer, President: Sandy Loftis, Vice President. New members enjoying the Initiation. Diane Phelps explains the Emblem. Our Goal - Worthy Home Membership 'Q Q . Q 'P i 1l e 3 if: Anna, what's so funny? C31-lghl in the act! ' tb- -i-:'- ' '-fesim '51, - 1' ,. Q ii , , W- i i ,, W rw - K ex is y ees- N it 1 tk 5. .a,,.,.,4xX2 ,v - it K.L 1 - 5 .- QL -Q P , '- MEMBERS: STANDING, Left to Right: Debbie Beard, Rita Mathena, Anna Perry, Elena Price, Robin White, Waneda Baire, Fontaine White, Ethel Gunnoe, Becky Ferrell. S1T'I'ING, Left to Right: Kay Workman, Linda Carroll, Darlene White, Vicky Kennedy, Margaret Adkins, Travella Cook, Patricia Massey. KNEELING, Left to Right: Barbara Linville, Zella Higginbotham, Sharon Drennen, Tonya Clark, Judy Warner. Library Club Special Projects The Library Club sends books to the service men in Viet Nam. In the spring the Club has planned to have a book fair OFFICERS and SPONSOR Vice President, Diane Scalfg Secretary, Judy Ryan: Sponsor, Miss Ferrell: President, James ROOP, IV1eITlbCI'ShiP " 50 60 Aides Render Valuable Service to School i The boys in the picture above have been well qualified to operate any of Van I-Iigh's projectors. The 25 members must take tests before they are accepted. T 1 To Mr. Wi1son's satisfaction, Pres- ident Barry Kirby, Vice President Danny Vint and Treasurer Gary Halstead explain the fundamentals of a projector, K Smith P 'd Rita S ly S Y T Ada R V P d Science Club Boasts of a Successful Year Club Selects Q X Karen Davis Sponsor: Mrs. Walker MISS FNC President: Gail Thompson Selected by popular - . vote of club members Vice President: Patty Foster Secretary: Patty Carroll Treasurer: LaDonna Franklin 111 9-Qi? H THE FUTURE NURSES CLUB T Senior Majorettes Jo Ann Jarrell Sherry Jarrell fheadj N L N HARD WORK and TALENT have made our Band a success, The band is confident it will n continue meriting this achievement. Betty Cody Karen Jarrell i O These dedicated musicians have proved that music as a fine art gives purpose and value to life. SENIOR BAND FIRST ROW: Jo Ann Jarrell, LaDonna Franklin, Maria Pickens. SECOND ROW: Sherry Jarrell, Betty Cody, Michele Dotson, Karen Jarrell. THIRD ROW: Danny Vint, Norma Johner, Kent Smith. FOURTH ROW: Paul Gillispie. 66 Music ls The Universal Language of Mankind OFFICERS President: Budy Cody Vice-President: Maria Pickens Secretary: Karen Jarrell Q .. Vicky B0w1i11S Becky Bohannon Beverly Jarrell Say It With Music FIRST CHAIR BAND MEMBERS LaDonna Franklin, Helen Bias, Beverly Jarrell. SECOND ROW: Terry Crowl, Vicky Bowling, Karen Jarrell, Michele Dotson. THIRD ROW: Danny Vint, Buddy Snodgrass, Cecil Sharp. FOURTH ROW: Kent Smith, Paul Gillispie. Selected by the Band Director Mr, Jack Haskins, FIRST ROW: Jo Ann Jarrell, Sandra Green, l J 1 i 674 I State Band Festival Having fun, before the Via school bus, Mr. Has- Karen Buddy and Betty trip kins and Band Mother, fat easey in front of Mar- Mrs, Cr-owl shall University Danny, Philip and Soapy Hurrying to rehearsal Assembled for the Parade flare as usualj hitching a ride on rented bikes Q., ' Q - Q A r . 5 in .51 r Motto: "Deal me in, Lou, We're comin!" Melod Makers SCHOOL CHORUS FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Tyann Hughes, Clara Elkins, Diana Phelps, Anna Perry, Rita Stanley, Ada Rash, Sharon Drennen, Susan Love, Wanda Meade. SECOND ROW: Maria Pickens, LaDonna Franklin, Kathy Vickers, Mary Williams, Roberta Lambert, Carolyn Sigmon, Rebecca Bohannon, Mary Fleming. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Crawford, Tonya Clark, Ellena Price, Nada Cook, Joyce Hall, Barbara Rash, Brenda Sigmon. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Massey, Marsha Hunt, Beverly Jarrell, Linda Richards, Judy Toler, Marilyn Wallace, Sherry McCarty. , w Mr. Haskins directing class. He has Pianist - Lana Cook contributed much effort to our chorus and band. 69 Begi F -Troop nning Band Class Left, right! left, right! no, not right, left! left, rightl Only Practice Makes Perfect TBVI CROWL End: 6'2", 150 lbs. KNEELING: Ernie Kuhn, Buck Price, Gary Lambert, Bill Lynch, Mark Setser, Emil Mil ler, Robert Adkins, Barry Vance. SECOND ROW: Coach Mann, Tom Dooley, Donald RICHARD HAMPTON End: 6'0", 165 lbs. Scalf, David Setser, Robert Vickers, Donald Iarrell, Rocky Walker, Robert Castle, .Tackia Bulldogs Pos JAMES SEXTON Centerg 5'11", 195 lbs. JAMES Roop End: 6'3", 185 lbs. eynolds, David Chaffin. THIRD ROW: oach Fincham. James Sexton. Steve Price: ohnny Baire, Gary Halstead, Richard Hamp- ton, Steve Fleming, Timmy Crawl, Billy Cocheran, Donald Kuhn, James Roop. 1 9-3-I Season DAVID "BUCK" PRICE DONALD SCALF Halfbackg 5'11",' 150 lbs Co Ca tam Ha1ibackg5'11", 175 lbs. ' P Faces Mirror Determination to Win SENIORS Gary Lambert, Richard Hampton, Steve Fleming, James Roop, Tim Crowl, James Sexton, Donald scalf, Buck Price. Kneeling: Coach Kenneth Mann and David Fincham. "AA" All State Honors STEVE FLEMING GARY LAMBERT 6'2", 1721bs., Quarterback 5'10", 150 lbs., Guard "AA" State, Second Team "AA" State. Third Team Offense End, Richard Hamptong Tackle, Woody Halsteadg Halfback, Buck Price: Guard, Gary Lambert: Fullback, David Setserg Quarterback, Steve Flemingg Center, James Sextong Halfback, Steve Pauley: Guard, Robert Vickersg Tackle, Johnny Baireg End, Donald Kuhn. Desire and Determination Bulldogs' Motto Defense Linebacker, Buck Price, End, Tom Dooley, Halfback. Steve Pauley, Tackle, Woody Halsteadg Linebacker Steve Fleming, Guard, James Sexton: Linebacker, James Roopg Tackle, Johnny Baireg End, Richard Hamp- tony Linebacker, Gary Lambert. Three Freshmen Make All Count Team STANDING: James Asbury, Ricky Coon, Paul Ball, Rusty Mullens, Mike Curry, Barry Slone, Roger Ca- stle, Ricky Bowling, Mr. Brown C COACHQ, KNEELING: Larry Turner fManagerj, Jerry Workman, Doug Green, Jerry McDanie1s, Terry Workman, Danny Workman, Jimmy Toler, Ed Jarrell. Record Seth --- ------- Wharton - - - Whitesville - - Seth ----- Wharton - - Leewood - - - Whitesville - - Duval - - - with Coach, Mr. Brown. Won - -Lost Lost Won - -Lost - -Lost Lost Tied Rusty Mullens and Mike Curry, Co-Captains, N Q? W K X if RW XYE' F2 is ,Sk N S S-Q' gpm Q Q . gxxa E g Qvf. Q X R 1 mi U V1 'ix I X, N x Si R Y , Lg 2 .X : Qs -55.1 --. h kqmvm 3 F 1 g Varsity Lettermen STANDING: James Sexton, Advisor: Ed. Fincham, Steve Fleming. KNEELING: Gary Lambert, Dale Lyons, Buck Price, Richard Hampton, and Donald Kuhn. Fostering Better Relationships Between Athletics and Students STANDING: President, Gary Lambertg Advisor, Ed. Finchamg Secretary, Richard I-lamptong Vice President, James Sexton. if MN QMW X . . N' - ,Qi N 6 A S 1 . 5 K Q. - .W 2 'gr Lf . - xggsbgw N W E Q s . .. Wy E WTS 1 x E xx.-.,k , 5 2 Q Q-iss A Q . if . S r . E - Q ' M 5 Q ,gg S in gg . X A K i W5 L - - ., if 1 '- Xiziiff ""SE- 51 -S X . - , -A ' Q L. A E A T33 j ALL: I Fi vii L1LxL will A x , 5, A ,f :N - X R A k ig x 5, , x r f E ff 1 ...Q Y - . A 'W' , Q Ni 4' X, ' -Wi sg xx 'Q - M -Q . k - k ... 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Van Van Van Van Van Van Van Van Van Scott - - Seth - - Man - - Sharples - - - - - Chapmanville Scott - - Chaprnanville Sharples - - Man - - Prospects for this season. Left to Right: Steve Pauley, Dale Lyons, Buck Price, Pau1Ba11, Ed Jarrell, Donald Scalf, Eddie Burns, Steve Burns, Ricky Coon, Jesse Os- borne, Johnny Vance, Mike Curry, Butch Webb, Steve Price, Danny Burns, Jerry McDaniel, James Asbury, and Jerry Sexton. T1 Karen Davis was awarded the TWO YEAR NURSING SCI-IOL! RSHIP given by the West Moreland Coal Company. The E.A. BRADLEY CITIZENSHIP AWARD was presented to Harold Vance. Ernestine Hunt received the coveted HONOR STUDENT AWARD of the year. Gregory Eads, attending West Virginia Tech. won the Wharton Lion's Club CHARLEY BRADLEY Scholarship. The BOONE COUNTY CO-OP SCHOLARSHIP ' was presented to Ellen Poore who is attending Concord College. The FOUR YEAR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP given by the West Moreland Coal Company was awarded to Danny Holstein. Honor, Truth and Manhood Are the Things That Stand 86 :-"A, , Students Respond To Challenge With Faith, Determination and Involvement Valedictorian - Ellen Poore. Today's great- Cor-Salutorians - Karen Davis and Shannon est challenge calls for personal involvement. White. Karen stressed that faith is essential to man's well being, but without determin- ation, he doesn't go far. Shannon quoted an old proverb, "lt takes all kinds of people to make a world." Receiving diploma and congratulations from Escorts--Uunior Class Officersj. Richard Hampton and in Mr. Windon. Jean Peters. 89 Snowflake Ball '67 Phelps M Snowflake O 5.5"-.O0 OO g 31 O NJN' Senior Play April I7, I967 "Come on, .TaCk. " "Seventeen is Awfully Young" i "Jail, l18VCl1'f YOU left Yet? I thought YOU "Dey said you was cold as an iceberg and wanted to get an early start. " stiff as a pokerg wanted to know if you'd failed in a barrel o' starch. " . .:..- we-if--'S - , r,:5,e,gg51,fg ii: air---1iil1'fp , ' , ' it " r r'.er xfif K' I L' 'fi 1 .. t t ' "A scent? Ah didn't ought to have. Ah went swimmin' Di1'eC'101' last night in de ribber. " Ml' - I-C0 Scott Arnold Each year, students from our school tra- vel throughout the state to summer colleges, conferences, and workshops of various types. We are proud of these students and know they have benefited from these experiences. LaDONNA FRANKLIN - Upward Bound West Virginia Tech Summer 1967 Representing Our School PATRICIA CARROLL - Symposium West Virginia University March 12-14, 1967 JEAN PETERS - Student Council Workshop, West Virginia Wesleyan July 23-28,1967 Lectures . . . Dances Tours . . . Classes Sports . . . KENT SMITH - Forestry Camp Bartow, West Virginia August 6-12, 1967 STEVE PAULEY and RHONDA GREEN Jr. Executive Conference. March 22-24, 1968 West Virginia University 2 ,. Q If JOHN HARMON and SALLY BRANHAM Know Your State Government March 3, 1968 Charleston, West Virginia RUTH BEAVERS - Girls' State, Jacksons' Mill , July '27-30. 1967 A...- O 9 Q O O 0 Reflections .. Of the way S. Iarrell D, Vim B. Kirby I. Jarrell N. Johner N. Cook J. Bonds X f' ' I ' ' ' "'--- X' b o o oooo ' ' . o o . ooooo Q o A oooo ' X ll - f - -, -. o ' o . o o oooo . o o A. Holstein B. Price J- Workman 'x D. S . Love D. Price ' 'X J if J f N421 4 .sz , , , Scalf D . Kerns 1 o ,Q Y- inw- Fikix. I. Sexton Life Used To Be J. Peters B. Dalton V. Ellis 3' D. Pennington S. Fleming E. Green P, Smith AH. ,gf . D. Cook B. CodY R. Hampton K. .Farrell S. McCarty P. Gillispie L. cook D R. Stanley I 95 To Reach the Top Takes Imagination, Stimulus and Desire Jean Pet-ers and Ruth Beavers were excellent choices for Valedictorians. They represent the Student Body well. Not only the students but the teachers, also, have given Jean and Ruth a vote of confidence by selecting them as members of the National Honor Society. For two years Jean has worked hard as a cheerleader and this year as Subscription Manager on the Vancourier staff. X il mypj by nw ,OP V+" EAN TER LL Q 1 S hrs V it fl . gf, if H W 3Q'J9flflaf5rff'i"j My QU' i L if fbi gi, 6-r j ,Wt kt T if if My VJUPQX l bs QV mfr' JXTJXUM ' Ruth seems to be just as active as 5? Jean. Her activities include Future Teachers, Future Nurses and Pep Clubs She was selected and supported by her classmates as Miss Bulldog. They are truly all-around students. 96 RUTH BEAVERS Preparation for the Future Demands Knowledge of the Past Rail! TI i ix i E PATRICIA CARROLL SA LUTA TORIAN Patty is very helpful as a teacher's aid. Patty's many achievements include being a mem- ber of the National Honor Society for three years and secretary of the Future Nurses Club for this year. She has won several awards in Civics, Biology, History, ' and Science, but has remained humble and friendly and has gained the admiration and respect of all. as Jean is never too busy to sell a Vancourier. As a member of the 12-A Homeroom, Ruth is proud to accept the HONOR AWARD. 97 Fashions .. of These Times Maria Pickens appropriately attired Little Susie Yeager models hex' for the 1967 styles. Johnny Goodwin helps to entertain at the Style Show. little dress made by her sister Debbie who also is modeling a Moderator - Mrs. Patsy Wiley dress She made' fsewing instructorj. HERE COMES THE BRIDE! The dresses shown here were worn in the wedding of Ernestine Hunt Harper. The bride's dress and that of her attendant, her sister Betty, were made by Ernestine. Dana Butcher made her own dress. -X -:xr-.:.1,v:a::w-' sm. 35' '.f:...:1f:. V X X X :rx ff -' 5211122-2 .. -fe.21f2z.'i2ft12iis?1''-53-.fx-.air235311gsQ'2:iX'-.-SE--H :hw-L-22.-' .-12.1. at ..- K.. KK A . " 'qi ., K- wi:-. 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K 2' .Mg Talent FIRST PLACE: Barry Kirby, Roger Ferrell, Kenny Warner, Eddie Iarrell, Dean Cregar "Louie, Louief' SECOND PLACE: Johnny Goodwin Ballad Singer Doing Easily What Others Find Difficult THIRD PLACE: Danny Waller and Ronald Grant "Crazy Gughenheimer " .s 5 Y Q Sf i' T xr si Becky Dalton, Debbie Cook, Betty Cody, Susan Love Rodney Thurmond and Karen Jarrell "A11ey Oop " BANK OF DANVILLE Wishes to invite the Graudates of 1968, The Faculty and Future Graduates of Van High School to make use of our full service bank. U' Umm SAVINGS ACCOUNTS CHRISTMAS CLUB CHECKING ACCOUNTS PERSONAL LOANS AUTO LOANS HOME MODERNIZATIO COLLECTION ITEMS N LOANS REAL ESTATE LOANS COMMERCIAL LOANS BANKING BY MAIL TRAVELERS CHECKS BANK MONEY ORDERS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES DRIVE-IN BANKING GSQQQA xk . U I, N LW X W . 'NLXOONE Moron SALES QRS if 9 5 ff W0 , GIS fbpxlbw efltfp 06540 If EFL EM ' Q Your Friendly Ford Dealer IA YB ,RIKEN I . - E xpxxg Q ' 4G50 5 O. LI. MULLINS, Gwner XD 515 Main St t O.. R. STEPHENS Agent STATE FARM I INSURANCE COMPANY Q Madison, West Virginia Madison INSUIANCIG I Q ' . I 2925 ' - ""?"fv-2 BOONE , . ,, f' INSURANCE AGENCY , S, lf., ' F - C fx ? F Phone 369-3451 I ' If No Answer Call 245-8553 a n - 't A Q 'K 235 ' 492 Main st. Madison, W. va. 1 Zia Teiephone 369-2261 515, , X. - QQ c E. H. BLACK s. SON, INC. N 'E Y R A DANVILLE WHOLESALE COMPANY bg? tr ' I StrawS.e?EiijringIaFYeeds , r . Danville, West Virginia 25303 ' ' O f Hardware, Paints, Fencing, C . ' Groceries, Candy, Fruits, Produ 5g u e Tobacco, Dishes, Pottery l02 BOONE NATIONAL BANK Assets Over 311, OOO, 000. Established 1902 Member of F, D. I. C. Complete Banking Service Member of Federal Boone County's Oldest and Madison, Reserve System Largest Bank W Va C omplirne nts of CLOTHING,FOR THE ENTIRE FAMTLY LlSlLEliL..d 1 N., l1I7"l Home of Nationally Advertis ed Merchandis e Phone 369-0442 CORKY'S FLOWER SHOP Phone 369-2611 501 Main Street Madison, West Virginia WESTMORELAND COAL COMHWW XW 355 QL 5523, Q K . ' L XX. ,Jwg ,XQYQQCT Qvws M Y VX cd? LJ OJ UV XXX W 25 Sv E9 Ne 5 ww Sim OIRDMQQIQW Xb X -X psgqyygv egg 5 wg M Q wx iolybjgo FQ2' WYE J XV? 5' Qlffsxxcirvfvlgj V Lp xjuybxcd kv, Q5.J XN QQ 5gg r, West Virginia rgf:-'CJ Nxg-5 60' Xffhbkw b QQ Q 0 X wkiqgf Q-L'J,.X NQJ Q5 Sf IO4 MISS HARRIS MUSIC STUDIO DIXIE SHOE STORE OF MADISQN 381 112 Main Street, Shoes For the Entire Family Phone 369-1264, Second Floor Plus Preparatory to and Including Expert Shoe Repair Conservatory Curriculum - Studio Hours, Monday, all dayg Tuesday, 4:30 p. rn. to 10:30 Wednesday, all dayg and Thursday, Madison, West Virginia until noon' H SPECIAL INSTRUCTION FOR ADULTS wifi., f CONES SUNDAES FIESTA SHAKES BANANA-SPLITS PAR FAY Compliments of Compliments of D. 8. B. SERVICE ALI SERVICI' Madison, W. Va. 381 Main Street Madison, W. Va. I I05 I P03322 glwrww-LU-43"-C 4-Af-1?-f"ffQ'f'?7f-'w7ff-'om ,5fa4,A,a,aL.e-1.-f5.Z!o1 fa"-L"f5'Y'M'f!ec JF 0"""' 'CM J Cc-vffMm,e.,.Q'CL..L.,iL ' E1 Danville West Virginia P1'101'1e 369-0718 2' .5 5 MJWW iJW"f '68 We're especially proud of you on this important day - your graduation. We're proud of your achievements .... may you attain every goal that you wish for in your life. Through your school years, Island Creek Stores have been happy and proud to offer you our many services. During the rest of your lifetime, remember we still will be happy and proud to serve you in any way possible. eww X lfgggf Holden. West Virainia IO6 ,M WMM fi' Mfwgwmfifigy M w. w. cAMco 7My,M, W 3 M! uso T 1' Independently Owned Variety Store I 'Q M v v? 9, 1 JAMES7jAT" JARRELL 357 Main Street Madison, W. Va. Barrett, W. Va. 247-9206 C ompl ime nt s of PRlCE'S PURE OIL SMITTY Barrett, W. Va. Phone 247-6682 HAROLD'S JEWELRY 8. WATCH REPAIR Compliments or "We fix sick ticksg We sell diamonds." HAROLD PITZER, W. B. Phone 369-0544 Van, West Virginia GATEWAY DRIVE INN "For the best in haii-styling" RESTAURANT owner: FRANK ROWLEY HOUSE OF xi, T, Midway Between Madison and Danville L, LARGE BANQUET Room fb N Phone 369 0422 Madison, West Virginia Danville, W. Vai 369-1259 X Curb and Dining Room N ff' 'fir f - T ik I0 GUNNOE'S SUNOCO SERVICE Tune-Up Alignment Madison, West Virginia Telephone 369-2281 . PATTI'S BEAUTY HAVEN RIVERSIDE Moron co. :T 1 I I in, E Van, W. va. Boone County's Oldest and Largest "t"'Ef""' Automobile Dealership , geaatq S444 -.3 - fm.. ,, , CHEVROLET! A Personal Beauty Service For You" ELWOOD PRIESTLEY DON WEAVER Basebfiu Team Equipment f Phone 369-3120 Coligge Madison, West Virginia High School Babe Ruth Little League Softball Call or write For Appointment 704 GOOD FOOD and Information 'Q:x.f7 ,,,' V, J" 5' THE sPoRT ""' MART, INC. Charleston, W. Va. Wharton, W. Va. 247-9200 W. Va. Largest Athletic Dist. GORDON'S ESSO STATION Bob White, W. va. Phone 245-82.75 so !7fJ4441LJ Qbdhfycfgdg ?cf'Zf7 j Q14 MINE VENTILATI J W :Nc L455.2? A4004 J? 5,54 4 ,X ,Ji-44 if GINLA Qiwibcbaofqbp Cf3f'v'U-'f'Q'h":"1'?J QVVXOL' QLWW WO A MCOIMQZUL Affsfgddlwu CkQ.eukLww.Lcuu,,wQ-L ,,,,,,Q,qdQJ-,,k,o,,.,XQ,,f,bL,jAA,L,,xU4m KMWWWLSTEEL CORPORATION 046 O-wp' Uv-L RWWLAQWL OUAAZPLMQQQWW Ov QL GLU' a1,. nyc, 1h ' ' 'U-Lb ' A0141-Q K VKQAA AQ., Lfhodvtugpl, o.fw0f 5 GRIFFITH APPLIANCES A. C. GRIFFITH AND SoN Zenith Television Telephone 369-2441 Appliances and Furniture Madison, West Virginia If ,- Hx X- ie WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL BARKER'S HARDWARE COMPANY General, Hardware, Plumbing, Electric WHOLESALE and Building Supplies RETAIL Danville, West Virginia Telephone 369-1922 Compliments of P.E. HOLZ SONS COMPANY HARRY HUNTER WHOLESALE MONUMENT COMPANY B1-Qnze - Granite and Marble Phone 34245119 Phone 369-1510 Res. 369-1091 Main Street 1000 Bullitt Street Charleston, West Virginia West Virginia SANFORD'S RED DOT MARKET Phone 247-6422 Bim, West Virginia YOUR FRIEND VFTIIE ' S 'MGD Telephone 369-1165 Ferris L. Jones, Publisher Luther R. Jones, Editor II2 ALLSTATE FINANCE, INC. 1 411 Main St. , Madison Phone 369-3411 Loans to 3800. 00 Cash Immediately Upon Approval of Loan See FREDA WEAVER, Manager KING COAL FURNITURE CO. 409 Main St. Madison, W. Va. r HAWKINS JEWELERS Boone County's Finest Phone 369-3061 Authorized Dealer for Keepsake Diamonds 371 Main Street Madison, W. Va MADISON READY MIX CONCRETE AND BLOCK COMPANY Producer of Lightweight Blocks :lf Made of Clinch-Lite :lf Expanded Shale if Steam Cured and Laboratory Tested C ll for Free Estimate Nite Day a 369-0976 369-0277 MADISON MOTORS INC Chrysler, Plymout Madison, W.Va. h, and Dodge MADISON FLOWER SHOP 32.2 Main Street, Phone 369-0311 to Teachers and Students RS During School F Lowevcav Activities 73552 P-C5 ' 0 N West Virginia Madison TQ, E.'W. --PETE" LILLY iglgkgjj Ja ERNEST "pete" LILLY 1, V 0 . S ' 332. Main Street I LL D pMadison, W.Va. Bus. 369-0871 Res. 369-3875 wi A XRIEN NWN 0' The Travelgrzplfsffatnfzi Companies , fffx M75 MU QMJLIJP ,NXEEQLNQB QI Spe cial Dis count ff 'fW 1 3ff35Zr4j5lQP54?Uu?7M5f1,vggfegigoB M of M Nw IN. ff QW Q 5? iiliizigiiiiigim M Qf H r V ,, kj V "Enjoy Food And Dancing With Us. " Van, West Virginia Phone 245-9203 MAVERICK MOTORS Saab and Jeep Good Used Cars Manager - BOB HARSHBARGER VALLEY BELL DAIRY PRODUCTS Charleston West Virginia J. S. THOMPSON D-B-A CAROLINA LUMBER CO. Danville, W. Va. Compliments of PURITY MAID BREAD "Tho Softest Touch in Town" Nli ' fl! f, f N .-fl' 'I 1 X f "4--4:41, Everything to Build Anything E 5 , oxii. ..,,.. 211:31 QA- 1 l Phone: MAdison 369-0244 T - Logan Office PL 2-4353 ff f o--.o 4 X I X i X ' I 1 'IX UNIVERSAL DRY' CLEANING 8. LAUNDRY SERVICE Sanitone Dry Cleaning Phone 369-0222 Madison We Give Top Value Stamps Compliments of DR. C. E. SPURLOCK OPTOMETRIST Madison, West Virginia THE VAN HOME OUTFITTING CO. "Cheerful Service and Easy Terms" Compliments of DR. K. M. DOLIN, D.M.D. Professional Building ,QW T' 1 Phone 245-8286 Main St' S-il'-'gut f hh' Van' West Va' Madison, W. Va. II4 EASTERN ASSOCIATED H coAL coRP. 4-P63315 1 up SQJWMQJBMULVI 3 fu Qfmq wt "Law, Audelhff SKCBUMJQ MM SkfwMv1L?NGfmJWQLQf'J bwgjifi f' Www' Qvfwow M AM ggi L M fc ?'Qg52W cum, faw QQQKQMW cs. f my HALF f QIVJQ Eliza, Qj.Qf7'VbfJfe' V3 XZQXLJLQAALQD i 7 I Z f f 2 Q W 9 MQ BARRETT IVIINE OFFICE Ji? 47-X j F Compliments of ELLIS ENTERPRISES Madison, West Virginia You Are Invited to Visit Our Stores ELLIS DEPARTMENT STORE MADISON HOME FURNITURE CO. PEOPLES DEPARTMENT STORE Steve Fleming signs for a WVU football scholarship as Van's coach David E. Fincham and WVU's Marshall Taylor look on, Wedding bells ring for Miss Kay Ferrell as she attends a faculty party given in her honor. H6 I i BOONE REMODELING CO. INC. Phone 369-3031 One Stop Home Shopping Center. Built in Kitchens, Room Additions, Electric Heating New Homesg Aluminum Siding, Windows - Awnings, etc. HUNTER AND HUNTER FUNERAL HOME Madison, West Virginia Telephone 369-1130 369-1131 SPURLOCK'S INCORPORATED 1318 4th Avenue Huntington, West Virginia Sales- Service - Rental of R oyal Typewriters Trailways and the New Interstate Highways Bring You Faster, Srnoother and Safer Travel. Nationwide Thru Service - Vacation Tours - Charter Service Package Express Shipping TRAILWAYS Easiest Travel on Earth Most people like to browse and re- lax and shop in a hardware store. You will need not go any further for any gift you want for your friends. Madison, West Virginia II7 1 P Y fi-577 7' i JfQMf-fl F-L' 1 if " W 5,fffJ' M f ,sway WL 1664 4 ' " f K NGRATU AT TO T E S OF ' 8" ,Oz MJ . Y . ,,ynff,4n4 gf Md f - ' wee! - + E ,QWQ 1 4 t ' dwfxwl ramcawwaf we Maw a ! 1 ' ' 470 1 B 1 1 4 'Lf I , Z 55221 ag f 406 ni:- ' X if K Eg A , A A -6 1 igzt LO ,L7!" '. 453 IP 4" Z5 t X mmf U Q I ' ,f i is . 7s ,U A The whole idea of investor-ownership ,, ., s ,Lk.k L.L.. .,, , . . . , P V' J - llbgi of eleCtf1C light and power companies be- igg iibg GLM daj- gan when Thomas A. Edison and a group Q of investors financed his first power plant ' 3 more than 80 years ago. I fy Since then, inyestor-owned companies X , , like ours have become an integral part of tzzrti U Arnerica's Free Enterprise system. That NS explains why today we have at our finger- .,. . 3.:.,:.:.i:, . iithiii a- Q KY In 1882 Edison had a great idea. Andit wasn't the electric light.. C tips more electric power than any other country in the world. And it's this same Free Enterprise system that puts at your fingertips greater opportunity, greater expectation for success than can be hoped for by any other young people in the world. Q ! U, l.1'Z.-'TJ' 1 if , wir q,s,,,,, APPArAcHlA1v Pawfn ca. F I H8 Reflective Memories ave Now Been Stored Left to Right: Subscription manager, Jean Petersg Advisor, Miss Thompsong Editor, Steve Flemingg Ad- vertising manager, Aleta Holstein, Business Manager, Lana Cook fnot in picturej. Finished! We can't believe it. We're sure that our subscribers are well pleased with this yearbook. Let it be said that we all worked long, patiently, and faithfully in pleasing everyone. We wish to thank our advisor, Miss Thompson for her dedicated and faithful service, Last, but by no means least let us . I thank those who contributed ads that made it possible for the 1968 Vancourier to be published. We think this is one of the best yearbooks that has been published by Van High School, but who knows what is in the future. 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