Virginia High School - Virginian Yearbook (Bristol, VA)

 - Class of 1957

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To the tune of " Mutual Admiration Society” we hear our music depart- ments and our clubs drumming out their many projects. Loudly in our ears comes " Take Me Out to the Ball Game,” and we take our hats off to the basketball team who went all the way to the State tourna- ments. We, too, appreciate our advertisers who helped us so wonderfully in bring- ing to you this annual. With the aid of songs, words, and pictures we would now like to invite you to come with us through the past year, 1956-57. Jean Moyers Barbara Kelly Miss Brown, Sponsor administration O Q Page 5 We, the members of the Class of 1957, wish to take this op- portunity to express a word of thanks and appreciation to a man who has done more than words can express for each student at Virginia High. For his untiring service, invaluable guidance and assistance, and the life he has led before us, we, the students of the Senior Class, dedicate our 1957 Virginian to Mr. Roscoe Hall. Page 6 d i • • ministration Page 7 Left to right: MR. ERNEST BULLOCK, MR. R. E. COCKE, MR. JACK FOGARTY, MR. JOSEPH B. VanPELT, MRS. VIOLET GRIMSLEY, MRS. J. R. HELMS, MR. W. T. MARTIN. School Board Page 8 Left to right: MRS. C. B. LOWDER, MRS. J. L. CANTWELL, MRS. H. D. CON- NELL Y, MRS. W. W. BURTON, MRS. W. M. SLAUGHTER, MRS. VERNON SPROLES, MR. JOHN BOOTH. P. T. A. Principal T. T. HAMMACK Assistant Principal W. C. RASNICK Page 9 1 ; 1 ' I 1,8 [ • It [fs • C7 Fdim. Ami 7 Ami « G7 Ddim. Ami 7 Ami S Verse Q p — m T} m , = ™ M - fi When I was a young man court- ng the girls I played me wait-ing game; If a ' When you) meet with the young men ear - ly in spring The, court you in song and rhyme. They J t f F I i tf Mf J F P a ttvpo e sempre legato J UL — J — J Dml Fdim. Vjj Gdjm Dmi S C + i 8 B» T P 7’ maid re-fused me with oss - ing curls I let the old earth take a woo you with words and a £. | K t : . -1 clo - wer ring But — 1 — J jr — JM if you ex - am - ine the |- l — 1 J =3 J. _ J 1 j ■ f F th ' f 1 1 J i •• -J— Diagram fur Guitar Arcomp. Copyright 1938 by DeSylva, Brown k Henderson Inc., New York, N Y. InUmationnl Copyright Stcurtd Matte n l S A ALL MIGHTS MSINVID INCLUDING PUMLIC Pf NPOKMAKCt Any arrangement nr adaptation if tki l competition mthnut the content of the uiener it an infringement if copyright the faculty : Page 1 1 Mrs. Rosa Baldwin English Guidance Miss Leone Cooper Librarian Mrs. L. B. Boatright Government Mathematics Mr. Charles Curcio Athletic Director Government Mr. John P. Booth English S peech Mrs. A. J. Eaton English Miss Irene Brown American History Physical Education Mr. Frank Edgar Driving Coach General Business Page 12 The Faculty Miss Susan French General Business Miss Sarah W. Horne Typing Shorthand Miss Mary Fulkerson Latin Miss Laura Mae Hurt English Guidance iss Nina Garrett Mathematics Mrs. Jack P. Ireson Physical Education Mr. J. Roscoe Hall Biology Guidance Mr. Allen Jennings Physical Education Mr. Ray Hooper Commercial Mr. Raymond Kreiner Glee Club Mixed Chorus Page 13 The Faculty Mrs. Frances Boyd Diversified Occupation Mrs. Nora DeBusk French American History Mr. M. C. Middleton General Shop Mr. Hamp Richardson Band , KVD„ Miss Greta Moore Music ■cp yv ■ sTgF Mr. Carl E. Thomas English Spanish Government Mr. I. B. Moore Mechanical Drawing Mr. Carl T. Vance, Jr. Chemistry Physics Biology Mrs. Ralph Whitaker Secretary Miss Emily Gilmer World History Art Miss Eleanor Curtin Expression Piano Page 14 Word by School Days Music by will D COBB (When We Were A Couple Of Kids) ous Edwards Valse Moderato asses Page 1 5 Superlatives DORIS MARIE GOODMAN ROY FRANKLIN GOSE RITA KAY HUDSON Page 16 BARBARA ANN KELLY JEAN CAROLYN MOYERS GORDON DOUGLAS SMITH Page 17 Seniors CLASS OFFICERS Doug Smith Harry Oakley Doris Goodman Norman Naim Ramona Luchini Johnny Breeding President Vice-President Secret ary -T reasit rer Reporter S.C.A. Representatii es Page 18 Oa Yl YjV yn% J liyUM j yv Aw %W ' The Seniors BOYCE DANIEL ALLISON " A boy of iiiiusinil character and personality.” JOYCE ANN ALLISON " Silence is golden — so who’s silent?” HENRY LEE ATKINS " 7 only wish that fortune send a little more than I can spend.” ARLENE BALL ” Burdens become light when cheer- fully borne.” MARY ANNA BALL " Her sweetness would hide her faults , if faults she had.” Page 20 ELMER GENE BLANKENSHIP " Education is the thief of time.” The Seniors GENE ALLEN BARB " Quite am I unassuming, but in silence there is power.” PAUL DAVID BARKER " The path he treads leads to sure success.” KENNETH LEE BASS " A fella whose friendship is really worth having.” MARY LOU BECKNER " The longer you know her, the better you like her.” MAMIE LUCY BLACKBURN " It is easy to be natural when one is naturally nice.” LaVAUGHN BLANTON " One person in a millon has her personality.” PHYLLIS JUNE BLAIR " T rue to her work, her word, and her friends.” ESTHER ANN BLEVINS " Sweetness, truth, and every grace are shown in her face.” Page 21 The Seniors SHIRLEY ELIZABETH BLEVINS " Little — but oh my!” WANDA JEWEL BOOHER " Mighty nice and mighty wise, fun just twinkles in her eyes.” RICHARD CLARKE BONHAM " He speaketh not, and yet there lies a conversation in his eyes.” JOHN GILMER BREEDING " He loves only one — - at- a — t+tua, " HELEN FRANCES BURNETTE ' ' Here’s a girl with a heart and a smile, one who makes the journey of life worthwhile.” ALVIN LEE BURGER ' ' If talking is an art, he’s some artist.” PHYLLIS ANN CAMPBELL " Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace.” PATRICIA JEANETTE CAMPER " Charm is tire key to success.” THOMAS JOSEPH CANTWELL " Many there are who have wit or wisdom profound , but a man with both can rarely be found.” Page 22 JOSEPH DICKEY CONNELLY " Be gone dull care from me, you and shall ne ' er agree.” The Seniors CECIL RANDOLPH CARRIER " A good pal in every way; one not found every day.” ROBERT ESTIL CARTER " Men, like bullets, go faster when they ' re smooth.” MYRTLE CARTER ' A good conversationalist who is loads of fun.” VIOLA SHIRLEY CALDWELL " Always in tunc with life.” LINDA RUTH COMBS " With gentle ways that win the heart.” PAUL EUGENE COMBS " Thought and virtue work in silence. " DONALD LEO CRUSENBERRY " Good humor is one of the best articles of dress.” DAVID MICHAEL DEANS " Mr. Talent of V.H.S.” Page 23 The Seniors GUY THOMAS DENTON ” The idol of all college girls.” TAYLOR BROOKS DRINKARD " Witty and wise is our Brooks.” ERNESTINE MARIE DIXON " Pretty , shy, and talented.” NORMAN LYLE DRAPER " Here is one with sterling qualities.” EMMA LEE DUNN Sparkling personality.” GUY HASKEL ELLIS Full of fun till day is done.” DALE RICHARD ETTEIl " His whole face just one big grin, Dick ' s always ready to be a friend.” CHARLES LONG FAULKNER " Good looking and sweet, this fella is hard to beat.” KENNETH WAYNE FEATHERS " He comes to one with a winning way; beuare, he has a prank to play.” Page 24 The Seniors JACKLYNE ROSE FELTY " Here’s where the fun begins.” MARGARET ANN FLEENOR " Phil’s short, cute, little doll.” DAVID SAMUEL FORAN ' Surely and steadily he goes through life.” PHILIP SEVIER FRALEY " Quiet and shy, but quite a guy.” " A DAVID S. FRANCIS, JR. little bit naughty, a whole lot nice.” ROBERT WAYNE FREEMAN " Fox-trot or hoppin’, no one can top him.” JAMES WESLEY FULLER " Never a frown, but acts like a clown.” CHARMIE ANN GILLIAM " Giggle’s Comedy Star.” DORIS MARIE GOODMAN " As the sun shines through, she has a smile for everyone.” Page 2 5 The S eniors ROY FRANKLIN GOSE " ' Bait the Clock’ worker.” STANLEY JAY COURSE ' Brainy Type’ who’s a friend to all.” BETTY LOU GRUBB " Sweet and pleasant.” CAROLYN ROSE HAGA " 1 pa n a smile of friendliness.” LORIENE HAGY ' The friendship that makes the least noise is very often the most treasured .” DONALD ROY HARDIN ' ' Never trouble yourself with troubles ’til troubles trouble you.” ROBERT KELLEY HERNDON ' ' Friendly spark of energy.” JANET VIRGINIA HARR " What’er the task; what’er the work ; if it is hers, she will not shirk.” MARGARET JEAN HARRISON " No cuter girl can e’er be seen than our own lovable Senior — Jean.” Page 26 The Seniors ROGER ELVIS HARRISON ' ' Politeness is his style. " MARILYN KAY HARTLEY ' Petite and sweet, Kay’s hard to beat.” NANCY ELOISE HICKS " Dribble down the floor, Nancy; Nancy sure does score.” DORIS ANN HOLMES " The cutest little blonde in the Senior class. " BRADY LEE HUDSON " He makes himself known, not by words, but by deeds. " RITA KAY HUDSON " Peppy and gay — that’s our Kay.” MARVIN WAYNE HURLEY " Musically Talented.” NANCY CAROLE HURT " A girl with that extra touch, that makes her a girl we all like very m uch.” MARY fO ANN ICENHOUR " A friendly girl we are proud to claim as one of our Senior class.” Page 27 The Seniors ELIZABETH MARIE IRWIN she’s on her way, fiery ilay. " i OSF.PH JESSEE Y ETTA JONES goes lac way; she’s depend - I has little to say. " SHIRLEY ELLEN KEESEE A pleasant smile anil winning nays, she helps to brighten all our days.” CLAUDIA PAULINE KEGLEY " A student that ' s nice to hare around she’s among the best that can be found.” ROBERT ALLEN KEGLEY " Very nice and wonderful boy, gets everything from life, especially joy.” BARBARA ANN KELLY " Someone like her will take the lead, for it ' s girls like her the world’s in need.” KARLA JO KENNY ”A very quiet girl, her talk you sel- dom hear, she’s kind , sweet, friendly and sincere.” Page 28 The Seniors CHRISTINE ROSELLA KYLE " A nice girl to talk to, a nice girl to meet; as a really good friend, she can ' t he beat.” ROBERT KING LAWSON " Lots of fun, he’s a case, and also a gift to the human race.” REBECCA JO LEONARD " With a lovely face and a ready smile, she’s a girl who makes life seem worthwhile.” JUDITH ANNETTE LOUDY " An outstanding, charming, dark-haired lass; she helps the day to more smoothly pass.” THELMA JEANNE LOWE " Here’s a class-mate we all prefer; she’s a dependable girl and ice all like her.” RAMONA JEAN LUCHINI " A girl that’s sweet and kind and true; " Monic,” this statement belongs to you.” GEORGE ALLEN MANN " Quiet and shy as he may be, a friend to you and a friend to me.” ALLAN MARSHALL " He has a nice smile but bashful as can be, also he’s a friend to you and me.” JOHN TIMOTHY McCORKLE " For he’s a jolly good felloiv, that nobody can deny.” Page 29 The Seniors BILLY EDWARD McKINNEY " He ' s friendly and kind and can ' t resist, all the charms of a certain miss.” RAYMOND WARREN MILLER " They that govern the most make the least noise.” CURTIS RAYMOND MLfToRN ” He’s always smiling, always glad; you ' ll never find ’Cu r ' being sad.” KENNETH WAYNE MORETZ " A happy heart , a joyful smile, a charm of friendship all the while.” rlrW C f!4Wl® JEAN CAROL 1 r MOYERS " It seems without a care this girl goes on her way; she ' s fun loving and always gay.” ALYCE ELMIRE MUMPOWER " This girl has all the traits of a good per- sonality and ue very much enjoy her company.” CHARLES LEE MUMPOWER " He’s never sad, always gay; a real good friend in every way.” ROBERT LeROY MUMPOWER Where he is there’s always fun; illness and troubles seem to run.” RONNIE MUMPOWER " lie has a willing heart, he ' s both good and kind; a truer friend just can’t be found.” Page 30 The Seniors JOHNNY OUGIAS-MIJSICK a nice boy and very kind ; a constant friend is rare and bard to find.” NORMAN REYAD NAIM " As happy as a person could be; a great pal to you and to we.” MARY ELLEN NEAL " She shares her happiness with everyone; she’s happy always and full of fun.” DOROTHY PANSY LEE NEWTON " May success and happiness follow you in all you say and all you do.” ROBERT WESLEY NIXON " A shy person in sonic ways, but usually this sort of shyness pays.” HARRISON CLARK OAKLEY " He’s witty and carefree as we may know; if you want laughs, to Harry you should go.” RONNIE WAYNE ODUM " He’s a boy of laughter and smile; this will pay to be worthwhile.” GENE HUGH PAIRGIN " He has a smile for every girl and boy; he’s always happy and full of joy.” LAURA FRANCES PEARSON " A girl with a smiling face; with- out her, Virginia High wouldn’t have been the same ’ole place.” Page 3 1 The Seniors WALTER ALVIN PENNINGTON " Would you know his qualifications, he’s a lad that’s happy through all occasions.” RAY PERRIGAN, JR. " A happy boy and quite worthwhile, has carefree manners and a pleasing smile.” SUSAN LEE PFEIFFER ' Whether it’s rain , snou, or shine, this girl is happy any time.” JOHN T. POOR " Willing he is, wanting to pic other features are better than ase; uhat these}” " A BERNA LEE REIFEL pleasing lass — superlative plus.” GLADYS PAULINE REYNOLDS " A little crazy, but who isn’t?” CHARLES W. RHYMER " For you we have our hopes set high; you’ll progress and groiv as years go by.” MARY HALL RICHARDSON " Her pleasure is her power to charm.” JOHN RONALD RINGLEY " A Senior at Virginia High, he’ll be remembered as the years go by.” Page 32 RICHARD LEE SHARRETT " A Senior boy at V.H.S., we like him, we like him, yes, yes, yes!” The Seniors PATSY CAROLYN ROARK " It matters not how long we live, but how.” LEWIS D. ROE " Here is one who shall always be remem- bered by all as a fine fella.” VIRGINIA LEE ROE " She never lets anything shiny slip through her fingers.” CYNTHIA CLAIRE SCOTT " Like gravity, she has the power of attraction.” JERRY W. SCYPHERS " Quiet and sincere though he may appear, watch his progress year by year.” BARBARA ANN SHANKA The main thing is not to get excited.” MARY ANNE SHAW " When laughter makes one glad, why be sad?” BEVERLY CAROL SHIPLEY " W ho said , ' Hurry? ' ” Page 33 The Seniors SHIRLEY RUTH SLAUGHTER " Feu things are impossible to diligence and skill.” GORDON DOUGLAS SMITH Of all the Senior Class this year, Dong Smith, our president, we hold dear.” JANICE ANNETTE SMITH " Dependable as time itself.” TEDDY LEE SMITH " Full of lint, rigor and vitality is she; always happy and very carefree.” DAVID WAYNE SNODGRASS " Ftere is one we all will miss, a Senior boy who leads the list.” NANCY MADELINE SOUTH " A perfect carnival of fun” OAKNKULDS CARLTON ' SPROLES ' A Senior that’s fine, a friend that’s true; may happiness forever follow you.” BRADLEY FRANKLIN THOMPSON The class of ’57 needs more like you, you’re good in everything you do.” JACKIE THOMPSON " There are two days about which no one should worry — yester- day and tomorrow.” Page 34 The Seniors CAROLYN TRIVETTE " Quiet, unobstrusive, but efficient. " JAMES RALPH TRIVETTE " This boy never lets you down; a more dependable boy can’t be found. " SHIRLEY ANN VAN HOY _ " vhrrir boys, mind those eyes, Jor they work as Cupid’s spies. " MARIE ALMA VANNOY " Here’s one who as the days go by, will always keep her aims up high. " PHIL W. VINSON " A disposition kind and true; undoubtedly, this belongs to you. " STANLEY H. WAGNER " His smiling face and manly ways, have helped to make happy days. " RUSSELL LEONARD WARE Someone like you will take the lead; for boys like you, the world’s in need. " HAROLD JUNIOR WATSON " This Senior boy is full of fun; brighter far than the noonday sun. " JANICE MARIE WHITSON " You’ll never sec her sad or blue; she’s always happy, kind, and true. " Page 3 5 The Seniors M «f M| a ag g HAROLD WILLIAMS " Our Senior Class needs more like you , you ' re kind and good in all you do.” NANCY WORLEY A girl ubo ' s always laughing and gay; we hope she ' ll always stay that way.” BUDDY WORLEY " With a heart that is filled with fun and cheer , a loyal Senior throughout the year.” BETTY JO WRIGHT We want to shou her we have cared , enjoying the friendship she has shared.” Page 36 Senior Directory JOHN ALLEN— BOYCE ALLISON— Band 2, 3,4. JOYCE ALLISON— Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4, Librarian 4; Alpha Foundation 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Cheerleader 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Little Virginian Staff 4; G.A.A. 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Y-Teens 2. MARY JAY ALLISON— Y-Teens 2; F.H.A. 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Spanish Club 2; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 4; Virginian Staff 4. BILLY AMBURN— Band 2. ROBERT ANDERSON— D.O. 3, 4. MORRIS ARNOLD— Spanish Club 2, 3. HENRY ATKINS — Jr. Civitan 3, 4; Chaplain 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, President 4; Bible Club 3, 4, President 4; Football 2, 3; Basketball 2; Track 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. Committee Chairman 4. ARLENE BALL— Glee Club 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Y- Teens 4. MARY BALL — Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2; F.T.A. 3, 4, President 3, 4; S.C.A. Reporter 3; S.C.A. Treasurer 4; Cheerleader 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; S.C.A. Rep. 2. GENE BARB — Spanish Club 3; D.O. 4. DAVID BARKER— Key Club 3, 4. KENNETH BASS — Key Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at- Arms 4; D.O. 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Basketball 4; Bible Club 2, 4; Band 2, 4; Sophomore Class Secretary. MARY LOU BECKNER— F.H.A. 4, President 4; Y-Teens 4. LUCY BLACKBURN— D.O. 3, 4. PHYLLIS BLAIR — Spanish Club 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Y-Teens 3; Glee Club 2. GENE BLANKENSHIP— Basketball 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball 2, 3; Track 2; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Mixed Chorus 4. La VAUGHN BLANTON— D.O. 3, 4. ANN BLEVINS — Library Club 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3. SHIRLEY— BLEVINS— Beta Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, President 3, Reporter 4; G.A.A. 4; Virginian Staff 4; Glee Club 3. RICHARD BONHAM— D.O. 4. JEWEL BOOHER— F.H.A. 4; Y-Teens 4; E.B.L.A. 4. JOHN BREEDING— Band 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Mixed Chorus 4; S.C.A. Rep. 4; Track 3, 4. ALVIN BURGER— Band 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; F.B ' .L.A. 3; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 4. HELEN BURNETTE— Glee Club 3, 4, President 3; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 3. VIOLA CALDWELL — Beta Foundation 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 4. TOMMY CANTWELL— Track 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4; Bible Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Little Virginian Staff 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 4; Latin Club 2. PHYLLIS CAMPBELL— Y-Teens 2. PATSY CAMPER— Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 4; Mixed Cho- rus 2, 3, 4. CECIL CARRIER— D.O. 2, 3. MYRTLE CARTER— Y-Teens 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4. BOBBY CARTER— Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Virginian Staff 4; Little Virginian Stall 4; Track 2; Beta Foundation 4, Sweetheart; Mixed Chorus 2; Treasurer of Jr. Class; D.O. 4; S.C.A. Rep. 3. LINDA COMBS— PAUL COMB’S — Band 2, 3. JOE CONNELLY— Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Jr. Civitan; Student Rotarian 4. DON CRUSENBERRY— PAUL CURTIS— Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Jr. Civitan 4; Sweetheart of F.H.A. 3. DAVID DEANS— D.O. 4; Library Club 2, 3. GUY DENTON— Band 2, 3; D.O. 4. ERNIE DIXON— Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 3, Accompanist 3; Library Club 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 2, 3; Beta Foundation 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Asst. Secre- tary 4. NORMAN DRAPER — Virginian Staff 4. BROOKS DRINKARD— F.T.A. 3, 4, Parliamen- tarian 4; Virginian Staff 4. EMMA DUNN — Beta Foundation 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Glee Club 4. Page 37 Senior Directory HASKELL ELLIS — Vice-President of Jr. Class; Loot- ball 2, 3, 4; Jr. Civitan 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Presi- dent 3; Sweetheart of Girls’ Tri-Hi- Y 4. RICHARD ETTER— CHARLES LAULKNLR— Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, President 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Re- porter of Sophomore Class; President of Junior Class; S.C.A. Reporter 4; Sweetheart of Alpha Foundation 4. KENNETH FEATHERS— Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. JACKIE FELTY— Band 2, 3, 4; D.O. 4. ANN FLEENOR — Beta Foundation 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4. DAVID FORAN— D.O. 4. PHILIP FRALEY— Key Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2; Spanish Club 2; S.C.A. Rep. 2. DAVID FRANCIS— Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. Rep. 3. BOBBY FREEMAN — Band 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Sweetheart of F.H.A. 4. JIMMY FULLER— Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. CHARMIE GILLIAM— Band 2, 3. 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. DORIS GOODMAN— Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, President 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Head Cheerleader 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4; S.C.A. Rep. 2, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4, Presi- dent 3; Y-Teens 2, 3; Senior Class Secretary- Treasurer; Sweetheart of Jr. Civitan 4. FRANKLIN GOSE — Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Student Rotarian 4; French Club 2; Football 2, 3; Football Manager 4; Track 4; Bible Club 4; Little Virginian Stall 4; Club Steering Committee 2, 3. STANLEY COURSE— Key Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Steering Committee 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Library Club 2, 4; Virginian Staff 4. BETTY GRUBB — Mixed Chorus 4, Librarian; Span- ish Club 3; Y-Teens 4; F.H.A. 3, 4. CAROLYN HAGA— Y-Teens; F.B.L.A. LORIENE HAGY— Y-Teens; F.B.L.A. DON HARDIN— Football 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. JANET HARR— Beta Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4, President 4. JEA N H ARRI SON — Latin Club 2, Treasurer 2; S.C.A. Rep. 2; Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3. Secretary 4; Beta Club 3, 4, Reporter 4; Little Virginian Staff 3, 4. ROGER HARRISON — Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3, 4. KAY HARTLEY — Beta Foundation 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Glee Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Virginian Staff 4. ROBERT HERNDON— Latin Club 2. NANCY HICKS — Glee Club 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; G.A.A. 3, 4, Reporter 4; Virginian Staff 4. DORIS HOLMES— Y-Teens 3, Vice-President 3; Beta Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Bible Club 4. BRADY HUDSON— Baseball 3. KAY HUDSON— Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Founda- tion 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3; S.C.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Latin Club 2, Secretary 2; Cheerleader 4; Sweetheart of Boys’ Hi-Y 4. ' MARVIN HURLEY— Band 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4. NANCY HURT— Beta Blub 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 3, Treas- urer 3; F.B.L.A. 4, Historian 4; Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 4. JOANN ICENHOUR— Beta Club 3, 4; S.C.A. Rep. 2; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4; D.O. 4. DON INGOLDSBY— Bund 2. 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. ELIZABETH IRWIN— Glee Club 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Bible Club 4; D.O. 4. PAUL JESSEE — Baseball 3; Basketball Manager 4. NANCY JONES— Glee Club 2; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4. SHIRLEY KEESEE— Glee Club 3, 4, Librarian 3; Y-Teens 2; F.H.A. 2, Vice-President 2. POLLY KEGLEY— Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2; F.B.L.A. 3, 4. ROBERT KEGLEY— Beta Club 2, 3, 4; D.O. 4. Sergeant-at-Arms 4. BARBARA KELLY — Latin Club 2, Reporter 2; Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; G.A.A. 3, 4, Secretary 3; Little Virginian 3; Virginian 4, Co-Editor 4; 5. C.A. Rep. 2; Cheerleader 4. Page 38 Senior Directory KARLA JO KENNY— Glee Club 4; Mixed Cho- rus 4. CHRISTINE KYLE— Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Vice-President 3; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; V.O.T. BOBBY LAWSON— REBECCA LEONARD — Alpha Foundation 4; Bible Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Band 4; Red Cross Rep. 4. JUDY LOUDY — French Club 2; Alpha Foundation 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Band 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Secretary 4; S.C.A. Rep. 2; Virginian Staff 4. THELMA LOWE— Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, President 4; F.B.L.A. 4; V.O.T. RAMONA LUCHINI — Alpha Foundation 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; S.C.A. Rep. (Senior Class) ; Mixed Chorus 2; Beta Club 3, 4. ALLEN MANN— F.B.L.A. 4. ALLEN MARSHALL— D.O. 4. billy McKinney— d.o. 4 . CURTIS MILHORN— Basketball 3; Boys’ Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball Manager 4. WARREN MILLER— D.O. 3, 4; Virginian Staff 4. KENNETH MORETZ— JEAN MOYERS — Beta Club 3, 4; Beta Foundation 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Spanish Club 2; G.A.A. 3; Virginian Staff 3, 4, Art Staff 3, Co-Editor 4. ALYCE MUMPOWER— F.H.A. 2, 3, Reporter 3; D.O. 3, 4, Secretary 4. BOBBY MUMPOWER— Jr. Civitan 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. CHARLES MUMPOWER— D.O. 4. RONNIE MUMPOWER— Basketball 2, 3, 4; D.O. 3, 4, Vice-President 4. JOHNNY MUSICK— Band 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. NORMAN NAIM— Boys’ Hi-Y 3, 4; S.C.A. Rep 4; Senior Class Reporter. MARY ELLEN NEAL — Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Y-Teens 2; F.H.A. 2. DOROTHY NEWTON— Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Y- Teens 2, 4, Vice-President 4; F.H.A. 2, 3, Sec- retary 3. ROBERT NIXON— DON NORMAN— HARRY OAKLEY — Roys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Track 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. Rep. 3; Vice-President of Senior Class. RONNIE ODUM— Beta Club 3, 4; D.O. 4; Junior Civitan Club 3, 4. GENE PAIRGIN— LAURA PEARSON — Beta Club 3,4; Beta Founda- tion 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; G.A.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; F.H.A. 2; Spanish Club 2; Virginian Staff 4. ALVIN PENNINGTON— D.O. 4, President 4. RAY PERRIGEN— D.O. 3, 4. SUE PFEIFFER— Latin Club 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; G.A.A. 3; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, President 3, Reporter 4; F.T.A. 4; Little Virginian Staff 3, 4. JOHN POOR— BERNA LEE REIFEL— Latin Club 2, 3, Vice-Presi- ’ dent 2; Spanish Club 3; Beta Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4, Secretary 4; Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Little Virginian Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4. GLADYS REYNOLDS— Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 3; F.H.A. 2. C. W. RHYMER— D.O. 4. MARY HALL RICHARDSON— Alpha Foundation 2, 3, 4, President 4; Beta Club 3, 4; French Club 2, Treasurer 2; Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 4, Secretary 4; S.C.A. Rep. 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; Virginian Staff 4. JOHN RINGLEY— Basketball 3; Football 2, 4; Track 4; Civitan Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 4; Red Cross Rep 2; Spanish Club 3. PATSY ROARK — Beta Foundation 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Band 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Li- brary Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, 4. LEWIS ROE— Red Cross Rep. 2. JOYCE ROGERS— CYNTHIA SCOTT— Beta Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Latin Club 2, President 2; Little Virginian Staff 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, District Vice-Presi- dent 3; Cheerleader 4; Sweetheart of Key Club 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Virginian Staff 3. JERRY SCYPHERS— D.O. 4. Page 3 9 Senior Directory BARBARA SHANKA— F.T.A. 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Alpha Foundation 4. RICHARD SHARRETT— D.O. 4. ANN SHAW— G.A.A. 3; Y-Teens 2; F.H.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 4. CAROL SHIPLEY — Glee Club 3; Latin Club 2; Red Cross Rep. 4; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas- urer 3. SHIRLEY SLAUGHTER— Latin Club 2; Alpha Foundation 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Beta Club 3, 4, President 4; lunior Class Secretary; Red Cross Rep. 3, 4; Lit lie Virginian Staff 4. DOUG SMITH — Senior Class President; Sophomore Class Secretary; Bible Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Student Rotarian 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Beta Club 3,4; Band 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Junior Red Cross Rep. 2, Vice-President 2. JANICE SMITH— F.B.L.A. 4; Glee Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4. TEDDY SMITH— Glee Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Library Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4, Secretary 4. WAYNE SNODGRASS — Football 3, 4; Football Manager 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Latin Club 2; Student Rotarian 4. NANCY SOUTH— Girls’ Tri-Hi- Y 3, 4, Reporter 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; L ' ttle Virginian Staff 4; Vir- ginian Staff 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4. BRUCE SPEARS— CAR L SPROLE S — Band 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. BRADLEY THOMPSON— Key Club 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Foot- ball Manager 4; Little Virginian Staff 4. RALPH TRIVETTE— D.O. 4. SHIRLEY VanHOY — A lpha Foundation 2, 3, 4, v , C h.tpjjin-TrWTRGiNiAN Staff 4. MARIE VANNOY— Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 4; Bible Club 2 . PHIL VINSON— D.O. 4. STANLEY WAGNER— Football 3, 4; Baseball 4. RUSSELL WARE— Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Baseball 3; Latin Club 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 2;- Library Club 2; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Little Virginian Staff 4; Virginian Staff 4. JOE WATSON— Football 4. JANICE WHITSON— Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; F.H.A. 2, 3; Band 2, 3; G.A.A. 3. HAROLD WILLIAMS— D.O. 4. BUDDY WORLEY— D.O. 3, 4. NANCY WORLEY— F.H.A. 2; F.T.A. 4; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 3; Library 3; F.B.L.A. 3, 4. WILLIAM WORLEY— Jr. Civitan Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. Rep. 2, 3, 4; Sweetheart of G.A.A. 3. BETTY JO WRIGHT— Glee Club 4. TIM McCORKLE— Jr. Civitan Club 4; S.C.A. Rep. 4; Mixed Chorus 4, Treasurer 4; Red Cross Rep. 4; Virginian Staff. MALLORY EDGAR— Transfer. Page 40 Class Coupl e ROMONA LUCHINI JIMMY FULLER Most Flirtatious HARRY OAKLEY JOYCE ALLISON Most Intellectual Best Dressed CYNTHIA SCOTT DOUG SMITH NANCY HURT JIMMY FULLER pm Wittiest Best Smile Most Likely to Succeed NORMAN NAIM JOYCE ALLISON KAY HUDSON ALLAN MARSHALL ETR N A LEE RI IFF RUSSELL WARE Page 41 Best Looking Most Talented MARY BALL MARY HALL RICHARDSON PAUL CURTIS DOUG SMITH Cutest ROMONA LUCHINI PAUL CURTIS Most Talkative ALVIN BURGER NANCY SOUTH Page 42 Most Athletic MARY ELLEN NEAL WILLIAM WORLEY Friendliest MARY HALL RICHARDSON BOBBY CARTER Best Figure and Build CYNTHIA SCOTT PAUL CURTIS Most Popular DORIS GOODMAN CHARLES FAULKNER Senior f erlOFialitiel Most Original KAY HUDSON DAVID DEANS Most Sophisticated CYNTHIA SCOTT PHILIP FRALEY Best Mannered Most Bashful Most School Spirited JEAN MOYERS LAURA PEARSON DORIS GOODMAN BRADLEY THOMPSON C. W. RHYMER WILLIAM WORLEY Page 43 Class Will I, Boyce Allison, will mv girl friend to no one, for I intend to keep her. I, Joyce Allison, bequeath nrv old flames to V.H.S. to keep it warm next year. I, Man Jav Allison, will my cuteness to Linda Good. I, Billy Bob Amburn, w ill mv curlv-loeks to Joe Musick. I, Bob Anderson, leave mv pink pants with the red stitching to Bill Navju, I. M orris Arnold, leave mv abilits to lax down rubber for thirty feet to anyone with a ' 40 Plymouth. We, Henri ' , Atkins and Frank Gose, leave our ability to polish the ' ole apple to Jimmv Dunn and Don Morrell. I, Arlene Ball, will mi ' love for Joe Franklin to Ann Mumpower. I, Man Ball, being of absent mind, leave my numerous boy friends to whoever wants to be amused. We, G one Barb and Bradley Thompson, will our Chevrolets with the Powerful-Glide to no one, for we still recognize a good ear when we see one! I, David Barker, lease mv artistic ability to Randall Brown. We, Kenneth Bass and Doug Smith, will our musical ability to Tommy ' Woodard and Freddie Gallagher. e, Mary Lou Beekner and Betts Grubb, w ill our seats m Art Class to Gordon Littleford and Layman Webb. We, Lues Blackburn and La Vaughn Blanton, ss ill our fondness for each other to Linda Tavlor and Jane Sharrett. We, Phyllis Blair and Jewel Boolrer, ss ill our love for IPS. to Nancv Jones and Priscilla Nash. I. Gene Blankenship, lease my Place in Babe’s Pool Room to Dennis Crosse. We, Ann Blevins and Jos ' ee Rogers, svill our bashful svays to Jane Keister and Mars imiith. I, Shirley Blevins, ssill my readings to Linda Long- necker. I, Richard Bonham, ssill mv southern drasvl and good looks to " Chet” Sikorski. We, “Yo-Yo” Breeding and " Buck” Carter, leave our nicknames to “Wiener” Kistner and " Moose” Geiger . I, Alvin Burger, leave my manly ssass to Oscar Thomp- son. I, Helen Burnette, will my ability to acquire dates to Becky Alderson. I t Viola Caldwell, will my position as Head Majore tte lo the next best m line. W e, Phyllis Campbell, Karla Jo Kcnnv, and Laura J eaison, will our quiet ways to Diana Forgey aiid Gah " ( ( Tons O I, Patsy Camper, ssill my lost week-ends to the whole Junior Class in hopes they can find them. I, Tommy Cantwell, lease my Stevenson button to no one, for I’m going to use it in 1960. I, Cecil Carrier, will my seat in D.O. room to Bill Hudson. We, Myrtle Carter, Carol Shipley, and Janice Smith, bequeath our easy-going svays to all worriers. We, Linda Combs and Janice W hitson, ssill our sing- ing ability to no one — we plan to go places! We, Paul Combs and David Foran, leave our quiet- ness to all loud-mouth Juniors. We, Joe Connelly and Don Ingoldsbv, will our Fords with the Scratch-O-Matic drive to no one, for ss’e, too, knoss - a good car svhen ss’e see one! I, Don Crusenberrv, ssill my " Ipana” smile to all users of " Gleem” toothpaste. I, Paul Curtis, leave ms position on the football team to anyone who can meet the training rules. We, David Deans, Robert Hernon, and Guy Denton, lease our college girls to Don Johnson, Gene Moretz, and Tons ' Hughes. I, Ernie Dixon, ssill my black curly hair to Dottie Jo I, Norman Draper, will my personality and ability to turn out work to Bobby Odum. I. Brooks Drinkard, svill mv physique to V ,T ayne Stacy. I, Emma Dunn, ssill ms love for E.T.S.C. dances to ans ' Junior wanting to “Lis r e it up.” I, Haskell Ellis, leave my grease gun to John Whitten. I, Richard Etter, svill my cops ' of spelling ssords to svhoever svants to buy them. I, Charles Faulkner, ssill ms place in the candy room to David Crockett. I. Kenneth Feathers, leave my trouble-making to Tommy Earp. I. Jackie Felts , w ill my talkative ssass to Sue Hermes. W e, Ann Fleenor and Virginia Roe, ssill our ability to get diamonds to any Junior wanting to settle down. I, Philip Fraley, leave my sim, sigor, and vitality to Bob Faust. We, Das id Francis, Harry Oaklev, and Wayne Snod- grass, leave our Elsis haircuts to whoever can’t afford a comb. I, Bob Freeman, leave my dancing ability to Doug Williams. I, Jimms Fuller, ssill the color of my hair to the Fire Department. We, Charmie Gilliam and Nancy Worley, ss’ill our lose for Cleveland boys to ansone wanting a place to go and a way to travel. I, Doris Goodman, will my position as Head Cheer- leader to Anna Sevier. I, Stanley Gourse, leave my scat in Mr. Vance’s army joke hour to whoever can take it for two years. We, Carols n I laga, Betty Harrison, and Loriene Hagy, ssill our vitamin pills to anyone as small as we are. I, “Babe” Hardin, svill my ability to get along with “Coach” to “Flub” Woodward. 1, Janet Harr, will mv dependability to any Junior needing this characteristic. I, Jean Harrison, will the ability to keep up a service nian’s morale ' tiTam one that can afford air mail stamps. I, Roger Harrison, ssill my middle name to “that singin’ feller. " 1, Kay Hartley, bequeath my nickname “Mousie” and my dimples to Joann Cross. I, Nancy Hicks, gladly will all my books, projects, and term papers to ms little brother, Bobby. I, Doris Holmes, w ill nrs blonde, curly hair to all the nightlv users of Bobby-Pins. I, Brady Hudson, leave my studious ways to Steve Losvder. »- — -- Page 44 Class Will I, Kay Hudson, will my wonderful personality to Jane Ellen Scott. I, Marvin Hurley, will my trombone to anyone with a long right arm. I, Nancy Hurt, will mv many clothes to Nancy Baker, who also has plenty. We, Joann Icenhour and AIvce Mumpowe r. will our good fortune of getting out of school at 12 o’clock to anyone wanting to make a little extra money. I, " Liz” Irwin, will my huge slumber parties to any- one owning a tourist court. I, Paul Jessee, leave my seat in Mr. Thomas’ govern- ment class to that lucky bov, Teddy Monk. I, Nancy Jones, leave my name to Nancy Jones. I, Shirley Keesee, will my ability to fir ' without an airplane to Jerry Allison. I, Polly Keglev, will my ability to get Elvis Presley’s autograph to Mr. Hooper. We, Robert Keglev and Robert Nixon, leave our push- carts at Krogers to some other slaves. I, Barbara Kelly, will my winning ways to Melanie . Overby . We, Christine Kyle and Dorothy Newton, will our good dispositions to all the trouble-makers. We, Bobby Lawson, Allen Mann, and Allen Marshall, will our back-row seats to the shy boys next year. I, Rebecca Leonard, will my pleasing wavs to Linda Azbill. We, Judy Loudy and Patsy Roark, will our love for the BIG ORANGE BAND to Dottie Jo Ilagv and Joan Blevins. We, Thelma Lowe and Teddy Smith, will our short- hand pads to Katie Brannon. I, Ramona Luchini confess my love for Jimmy, but don’t wish to give him up in a will. I, Bill McKinney, leave my way with women to Dick Norman. We, Curtis Milhorn and Gene Pairgin, leave our happy- go-lucky ways to Jeff Crumley and David Burton. We, W arren Miller and Ray Perrigen, will our seri- ousness to Steve Lowde i I, Kenneth Moretz, will my girl to no one, you think I’m crazy??? I, Jean Moyers, bequeath mv Grace Kelly hair-do to Linda Millsaps. I, Bob Mumpower, leave Y.II.S. period! We, Charles Mumpower, Harold W ' illiams, and Buddy Worley, will our friendly ways to Frank Molteni, C. E. Jacobs and Teddy Monk. c - I, Ronnie Mumpower, leave my place on the basket- ball team to Matt Helms. I, Johnny Music, will my seat in I rig. to some other " brain. ’ v - — - — - — I, Norman Naim, will my beard to someone with an electric razor and my laugh to next year’s comedian. I, Mary Ellen Neal, will mv flirtatious wavs to Bar- bara Galliher. W’e, Don Norman and John Allen, will our ability to work a lot and study a little to Jim Saul and Gary Shipley. I, Ronnie Odum, leave my winning personality to one of my 32 brothers. I, Alvin Pennington, leave mv side-burns to Alan Nicliffer. I, Sue Pfeiffer, will mv tap dancing lessons to Fred Astaire. I, John Poor, leave my Charles Atlas course to Henry Campbell. I, Berna Reifel, do not wish to will mv brains to any- one TxTauseT ll need them next year. 1, Gladys Reynolds, will my ability to tell jokes to Red Skelton. I, Charles Rhymer, will mv studious ways to John 1 lewa. I. Mary Hall R ichardson, will all my talents to Linda Wygal I, John Ringley, leave my secret entrance to the col- lege to whoever can find it. W’e, Lewis Roe and Jerrv Scyphers, will our likeable personalities to A1 King and Gene Allen Moretz. I, Cynthia Scott, will mv ability to date every night and still make A’s to Superwoman. I, Barbara Shanka, will my giggles, troubles, and sleep- ing sickness to the Coroner. I, Richard Sharrett, leave mv good looks, smooth talk, and mv way with the women to somebody else who can till the qualifications. I, Ann Shaw, bequeath my shortness in exchange for a little height. I. Shirley Slaughter, will mv late parties after the foot- ball games to anyone wanting to clean up afterwards. 1, Nancy South, will my love for rock-’n-roll to Pam Berube and Gad_J3cxUu» I, Bruce Spears, will my freckles to Arthur Roark. I, Carl Sproles, will my car to anyone who will make the payments. We, Carolyn Trivette and Betty Wright, will our pleas- ures at school to Rosemary Wilkinson. I, Ralph Trivette, leave mv driving ability to anyone who wishes to commit suicide. I. Shirley VanHoy, w ill my nickname " Shiftie” to Clara C.niTrr. : ’ I. Marie Vannov, being of absent mind, LEAVE . . . I, Phil Vinson, leave my love for majorettes to Phil Seneker. I, Stanley Wagner, leave my position on the football team to Allan Smeltzer. I-Jiuss Ware, leave my magnificent physique (5 Bob A loretz . I, Joe Watson, leave mv front row seat in Mrs. Fillin- ger’s class to whoever gets there first. I, " Wart” Worley, leave mv athletic ability and good looks to some lucky Junior. Stanley Course — Legator Nancy South — Legator Witness: Irene Brown (Seal) Page 45 i T h e Past This Is Your Life, Seniors! It has been a long, hard journey but you have had a lot of fun and achieved your goal of graduating from high school. Six years ago you entered Virginia Junior High as a group of big-eyed, week-kneed kids determined to show everyone what you could do. Your first chance came when you pre- sented the operetta, " Gypsy Rover.” In the eighth grade you began to change classes and prepare for the next four years of high school; thus feeling that you were a part of the student body. At the beginning of your Freshman year you were given the privileges of electing class officers and choosing your own subjects. William Worley was elected class president. As you entered the Sophomore year, under the capable leadership of Cynthia Scott, there was a brand new school in which to start. The test of your determination and ability came in the Junior year. You elected Charles Faulkner to lead you through this very successful turn of events. Then you started to work on the numerous outside activities. First came the magazine sale and next the presentation of the Junior play, " On Bor- rowed Time.” The biggest undertaking, the Spring Festival, in which Sue Carter and Eddie Cantor were elected king and queen, was very successful. The year closed with a banquet in honor of the Seniors. Well, finally it came, that year 19 5 6-57. You were now Seniors! You were indeed a proud group when those beautiful class rings arrived. For that last year at " Dear Old Virginia High” Doug Smith was chosen class president, and Kay Hud- son S. C. A. president. Many things happened that year — dances, football games, plays, contests, basketball tournaments, and conventions, but perhaps one of the most exciting was the trip to New York. As the days slipped quickly by and Class Night, Baccalaureate Service and Graduation came and went you were a little sad to leave the familiar halls of V.H.S. Mary Jay Allison Shirley Blevins Page 46 The Future The population of the world has become so great that there is not room for any more people on the earth. To meet this desperate situation of the rocket age in which we are liv- ing, cities are being built in outer space. The well-known " Class of ’5 7” is building one of these unique cities in the " wild blue yonder.” They will inhabit the city they build and they will call it " Oldsmobile” after the famous " Rocket 8 8.” Plans for the construction of the city are being drawn by the Seniors from the Mechanical Drawing Class. These plans are nearly completed and the construction will soon get underway. After the city is built it will have as its mayor, Doug Smith, the former " Class of ’5 7” president. The other former class officers will be members of the mayor’s council. The S.C.A. president, Kay Hudson, a member of this class, will be police chief of the city of " Oldsmobile.” She will have as her law officers the famous basketball and football players from this class. Because of the basketball stars’ ability to shoot with great accuracy, they will be used to guard against at- tacks by the little green men from outer space. The husky football stars will keep order in the city itself, and they will tackle any trouble that comes along. The need of clothing and food for the citizens of " Olds- mobile” will be looked after by the " Class of ’57” Home Economics girls. These girls will manage the " Nellie Gray Manufacturing Company,” makers of streamlined space suits, and the " Pay-More Food Store,” where you buy special outer- space food. The " Pay-More Food Store” is located at " X-l, Mars Street.” There are various other fields of business which will have to be filled such as teaching, medicine, research, etc. These various fields will be taken over by the members of this class, each one in his specialized category. Each Senior is well prepared for his future occupation. Just as soon as the city of " Oldsmobile” is completed, the " Class of ’5 7” will move in and make it one of the greatest cities out of this world. Norman Draper Page 48 ' P ' dlit v xJ WttS f O ' l. ((kkUs nMs X?Js V M SW CPo 11 mX ' W ' Apt Xcr ' oJkjL ' aMPII XMXP ' pmi Wvudiv IJo vvX liAAKi- Wts Zo aaJMJC. H TXkJt " AAhC 6fcSA cL iUiuu taVt-XA AAV VMv Junior BECKY ALDERSON JERRY ALLISON NANCY BAKER JANET BEALL GEORGE BENNETT GAIL BERKELEY BILL BETTERS BARBARA BLEDSOE JOAN BLEVINS MYRNA BOOHER LOUIS BOUTON CAROLYN BRANSON RANDELL BROWN ELIZABETH BRIJCE BILL BRUNER Page 5 0 Class c SYLVIA BURKE DELORES BURNETTE HAROLD BURNETTE DAVID BURTON HENRY CAMREpr CLARA CANARY „ HAPMAN YVONNE COLE DAVID CROCKETT A . " ’ee 5 1 JIMMY DUNN Junior BARBARA EADES BOBBY EADES TOMMY EARP FREDDIE ELLIS CURTIS FEATHERS BILL FIELDS SHIRLEY FORAN SHIRLEY FLEENOR WARREN FLEENOR FREDDIE GALLAGHER JIMMY GEIGER ALLEN GIBSON LINDA GOOD MARY RUTH GRANT MAURICE GRAVES Page 5 2 Class WILLIAM GRIFFIN DOTTIE JO HAGY NANCY HARRISON ROY HAYDEN K MATT HELMS BARBARA HENSLE 7 :t • « " lONY hughes WAYNE I( iNHO JR C. E. JACOBS IS mary[ LOlTjESSFP . GARL ' AND TOHNSON - " Y i • •re 53 Junior JAMES KEGLEY JANE KEISTER ELLEN KENNY PAUL KENT BETTY KILGORE AL KING DIANE LINDAMOOD JULIA LINNEN JOYCE LINNEN STEVE LOWDER — C__— ' MACK LOWE KENNY LUTTRELL GERALD MARTENS TONY MARTIN june McDonald Page 54 Class BILL McILWANE LARRY MEADE LINDA MILLSAPS BILL MITCHELL FRANK MOLTENI TEDDY MONK PATSY MOORE BOBBY MORETZ GENE ALLEN MORETZ DON MOMyiLL ANN MUMPOWER CAROLYN MUMPOWER JOAN MUMPOWER MAXINE MUMPOWER JOE MUSICK Page 5 5 Junior MARY ANN MUSSELWHITE PRISCILLA NASH BILL NAVE BILLY NELSON ALLEN NIDILER DICK NORMAN LAURA OATES BOBBY O’DELL BOBBY ODUM MELANIE OVERBAY THEDA PENDRY MAJORIE PLASKIE Page 5 6 Class ARTHUR ROARK JANICE ROE GEORGE RUSSELL NORMAN RUTTER PHIL SENEKER ANNA SEVIER JANE SHARRETT GARY SHIPLEY CHESTER SIKORSKI PHYLLIS SMALLWOOD BETTY SMITH DICK SMITH DONNA SMITH MARY SMITH WANDA SMITH Page 57 Junior BILL STALLARD PHIL STURGILL CARL SUMMERSON LINDA TAYLOR PEGGY TESTER BILLIE JEAN THOMAS ROSEMARY THOMPSON ALLEN TRINKLE DAVID WADDELL BETTY WARREN LAYMEN WEBB DREXIE WELLS JOHN WHITTEN ROSEMARY WILKINSON ARBICELLA WILLIAMS Page 5 8 Class DOUG WILLIAMS CHAR LES WO OD LOU ELLA WOODBY CHARLENE WOODWARD LINDA WYGAL JOYCE YOUNG BILLY HUDSON DON JOHNSTON Page 59 Best All ’ Round Best Dressed ANNA SEVIER NANCY BAKER BILL STALLARD GENE ALLEN MORETZ Page 60 Most Intellectual LINDA WYGAL. TONY MARTIN Most Likely to Succeed PRISCILLA NASH STEVE LOWDER ukuor P : ersona Most Athletic LINDA GOOD DAVID CROCKETT Most School Spirited NANCY JONES TOMMY EARP K Page 61 Sophomores CLASS OFFICERS Bill Burnette ... Jimmy Keesee Bobby Cardwell Bill Rollins President Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer Reporter Page 62 -Sophomore Personalities Best All ’ Round JANE ELLEN SCOTT BILL TROY Best Looking SUSAN SCHWAB Most Intellectual CHAD WILLIS JANE ELLEN SCOTT Most School Spirited SUE HAGER RONNIE KRESS EDDIE PEARSON Most Athletic SUE HAGER LOUIS DAUGHTERY Most Likely to Succeed GLORIA REBHOLTZ BILL TROY Best Dressed SUS AN SCHW AB BILL MOSSELLER Page 6 3 Sophomores DWIGHT ARROWOOD LINDA AZBILL BARBARA BAILEY CARLOS BAKER TOMMY BARKER GEORGE BOYD MARY BOYD JUDY BRAY DON BREWER REX BRYAN MARY AGNES BUCHANAN CHARLOTTE BULLOCK KAY BUNN BILL BURNETTE GARY CALIIOUN Page 64 Sophomores CAROLYN CAMPBELL BOBBY CARTER CHARLES CARTMELL BOBBY CARDWELL CELESTA CARTY MARY LOU COFFEY SUE COLLINS BOBBY COLTRANE JUDY COMBS TOMMY COMBS a C 1 v SARAH CONNELLY REBECCA COUNTS STEVE COUNTS NANCY C REGER JOANN CROSS Page 6S Sophomores PHYLLIS CROSS ROY CROWE W. C. CUDDY LARRY CUNNINGHAM PEGGY DAVIS GAYLE DeARMOND ELEANOR DICKEY BENNY DOTSON BILL DOSS WAYNE DUTTON BENNY EDMONDS EUGENE ELLER ANN ELLIS PAT ELLIS NANCY ESTEP Page 66 Sophomores SUTTON FARNHAM EARL FEATHERS DIANA FORGEY BARBARA GALLIHER DON GIBSON MARY GILBERT JOHNNY GRANT JUDY MINNICK MARY GREEN BILLIE SUE GREMMAL PHILLIP GRUBBS NILE HAGER SUE HAGER JENNY HAMILTON KATHY HAMILTON Page 67 A Sophomores GAYLE HARRIS DON HICKS ANN HOBSON PAT HUDSON PAUL HURLEY ANITA HYATT LEROY ICENHOUR CURTIS JACKSON FREDDIE JACKSON DORIS JESSEE JACKIE JESSEE BOBBY JOHNSON DONNA JOHNSON ALLEN JONES FRANK JONES Page 68 Soph omores JOYCE KEEN JIMMY KEESEE LINDA KEESEE JERE KING FREDA LARGE LINDA LITTON BENNY LOGAN LINDA LOGAN HERMAN LOWE JIMMIE LOWE NENA MARTIN JANE McKAMEY JOIINNY McLELLAN ANNETTE MILLER BILL MOSSELLER Page 69 Sophomores CYNTHIA MULLER SANDRA MUMPOWER MIKE MUSSELWHITE SHELBY O’DELL BARBARA O’DETJ- SONNY OLIVER DORIS PAIRGIN EDDIE PEARSON ALBERT PENDERGRASS BILL PERKINS MARGARET PERRY MARY PHILLIPS SUE PHILLIPS ROSA LEE PHIPPS JAMES PIERCE Page 70 Sophomores ALLEN PIPPIN PEGGY POFF LENO RAINERO GLORIA REB HOLTZ DUDLEY REPLOGLE HARVEY RHYMER ALLEN ROBERTS WAYNE ROBINETTE NANCY ROCK BILL ROLLINS DALE RUBLE DICK RUTHERFORD KATRINA SANDERS BARBARA SEXTON SUSAN SCHWAB Page 71 Sophomores SYLVIA SMITH JOHN SOUTHERLAND MARY ELLEN SPROLES ISABELLE STACY MARIE STACEY RAYMOND STANLEY JOYCE STEGALL BILL STOVER BRET TIIACKSTON MARIAM THAYER CAROL THOMAS KENNETH TILLISON GAIL TONEY BILL TROY NORMA TURNER Page 72 Sophomores SHARON VALIENT NANCY VANCE — PAULA VANCE BETTY VENABLE FRANCES WEAVER ROGER WEBSTER BRENDA WHICKER JOYCE WHITE JACK WRIGHT JIMMY WRIGHT MARY WRIGHT JANET BOOHER Page 73 QWu K » organizations First row: AZBILL, BLEVINS, GOOD, BAKER. OVERBAY, CALDWELL, DICK SMITH. Second row: COPESA, BRljfcfcrCRABTREE, MILLER, ROARK, DU TTON, ALLISON, DOUG SMITH, JOE MUSICK, WARREN, BOO- HER, MORRELL, DeARMOND, COUNTS, M. GRANT, FLEENOR, McCRAY. Third row: H. RICHARDSON, MOORE, FREEMAN, P. COMB , DOUGIE SMITH, CALHOUN, STOVER, SPROLES, JOHN MUSICK, SCOTT, M. RICHARDSON, J. COMBS, WHITSON, ROE, S. MUSICK, J. VENABLE, McKAMEY, LOUDY, TIPTokrSrTBROWN, HUDSON, B. JONES, . SCHW AB, BOOZE, A. JONES, SLAGLE, HAMMACK, DICKEY, VANCE, A. VENABLE, CLARK, HAGY , T. RICHARDSON. Fourth row : WILLIAMS, JOHNSON, BRANSON, BRINDELL, P. ROARK, ARNOLD, PRICE, FELTY, BASS, DON SMITH, D. HED- RICK, S. GRANT, BURGER, HURLEY, LEONAR D, DAVID CRABTREE, DICKIE SMITH, G. HEDRICK, WOODHOUSE, KREINER, ALVIS. THE BIG ORANGE BAND Page 76 ■ ... ' t T- ! s: ' .r«r j2« ' . —.«, • .-: • ■ ' ,»£h%-. ' -r$ $: d V)TN Uy U The Big Orange Band participated in eighteen events and contests. It has marched in eight parades; has presented eleven concerts. Fifteen of the Big Orange Band members won All-State ratings. During the District Music Fes- tival in Bluefield, Va., the band playing music won a unanimous rating; at the same festival, solo ai semble numbers won sixteen " I” r, ratings, seven Big Orange band BRISTOL , V. H.S. y The majorettes won an outstandin rating in the Southeastern Band and second place rating in the Festival contests THE BIG ORANGE BAND Page 77 OFFICERS Doug Smith President Mary Hall Richardson — Vice-President Judy Loudy Patsy Roark Marvin Hurley Secretary T rea surer Reporter DIRECTORS Miss Greta Moore Assistant Mr. Hamp Richardson Director X t tyf ' y ■ Page 78 VIOLA CAI.DWFT.I- Head Maior ette DORIS BAKLR aiorettei joan blevins linda good MELANIE OVERBAY LINDA AZBILL K C J an o an ci ct tf ' M Vic i?yZs aUslo?7j ' [L rtS V OMUftf 7 , JCC-t ftj lh JtfUsrtC yyv?d (X ' ltflc ' yic Page 79 First rou: RICHARDSON, CRUMLEY, ALLISON, COLLINS, BURKE, OATES, CAMPER, KEESEE, PENDERGRASS, JOHNSTON, NORMAN, KENNY, FORGEY, MR. KREINER. Second row: S. BAILEY, B. BAILEY, ROGERS, PLASKIE, KILGORE, SMITH, |ONES, BRIDGEMAN, OAKLEY, CANT- WELL, ATKINS, DtARMOND, ELUS. Third row: KENNY, SHARRETT, MUMPOWER, WILLIAMS, THOMAS, HAMILTON, DAVIS, McCORKLE, RUTTER, HURLEY, BURTON, G. MORETZ, B. MORETZ . COLE, LEONARD, PERRY. Fourth row: TAYLOR, JESSEE, SMALLWOOD, BLAIR, CROSS, LITTON, MUMPOWER, GRUBB, PIERCE, RINGLEY, BREEDING, DOGGETT, MINNICK, KAYLOR, GOODMAN, THOMAS. Mixed C h o r u s DISTRICT CHORUS FESTIVAL RATINGS Mixed Chorus Group Tim McCorkle, Tenor Soloist Henry Atkins, Baritone Soloist Superior Superior Superior OFFICERS Doris Goodman Joyce Allison Mary Hall Richardson Tim McCorkle Harry Oakley Henry Atkins Reporter Point Secretary Secretary T re astir er Vice-President President Page 80 First row: MR. KREINER, BURNETTE, IRWIN, BOOHER, LINDAMOOD, CARTER, ELLIS, HARTLEY, LARGE, WRIGHT, COMBS. Second row: NEWTON, CARTER, BALL, KELLY, OATES, STIGALL, LOGAN, KEESEE, HICKS, EADES, STANLEY. Girls Glee Club DISTRICT CHORUS FESTIVAL RATINGS Girls’ Glee Club Group Superior Laura Oats, Contralto Soloist Excellent OLLICERS Helen Burnette President " Liz” Irwin Vice-President Diane Lindamood T rea surer Ann Kelly Reporter Kay Hartley Secretary Shirley Keesee ji Barbara Eades Librarians P.ige 8 1 J i c a t VaL t WYGAL, BLAIR, BLEVINS Piano am! Expression OVERBAY, Baton BAKER OATES, McCORKLE, ATKINS Ratings — Music Festival Ensemble Page 82 Student Cooperative Association S.C.A. OFFICERS CHARLES FAULKNER, Reporter; BILL TROY, Secretary; KAY HUDSON, President; MARY BALL, Treasurer; BILL STALLARD, Vice-President; MRS. W. W. FILLINGER, Sponsor. REPRESENTATIVES First row: BENNETT, WORLEY, M3CORKLE, PREECE, GOODMAN, WHICKER, GOOD, FRANCIS, MONK. Second row: BARKER, WOODWARD, GIBSON, TROY, STALLARD, BREEDING, ATKINS, CANTWELL, LOWE, BALL, FAULKNER. Page 83 The 1957 Virginian First row: MR. THOMAS ' , PENDRY, WARE, ALLISON, Va HOX -BLEVINS, HARTLEY, SOUTH, CARTER, KELLY. Second row: MILLARD, DRINKARD, HICKS, LOUDY, PEARSON, DRAPER, GOURSE, McCORKLE, RICHARDSON, MOYERS, MISS IRENE BROWN. Page 84 The Little Virginian EDITORIAL STAFF First row: SEVIER, SCOTT, DUNN, EIFEL, SLAUGHTER. Second rou: GOSE, WARE, CARTER, CANTWELL, THOMPSON, LOWE. dJhe dddito 7 Berna Lee Reifel Cynthia Scott BUSINESS STAFF Left to right: MR. JOHN BOOTH, PFEIFFER, CANARY, NASFI._iiAJO JUSeNricFtSTER, BAKER, ALLISON, SOUTH, MARTIN, MISS HORNE. Page 85 Beta Club Folding Campaign Letters OFFICERS v JShi r ley Slaughter Cynthia Scott Linda Wygal John Hhwa Jean FIarrison President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer Reporter The National Beta Club is a non-secret organization composed of students with high scholastic rank who dis- play superior ability. The club has as its objectives the de- velopment of desirable traits in the individual member and betterment of the school. Some of the outstanding projects were: registrations for fourteen delegates attending the State Beta Convention, the running of a candidate for State secretary, contribu- tions for flood relief. Thanksgiving basket, and poster con- cerning good health habits. The club was able to do this through the following money-making projects: sale of walnuts and hangers, dance, bake sale, and money contributed in a Mr. Basketball con- test. Mr. Carl Vance is the sponsor. first row: BLEVINS, LUCHINI, SMITH, TAYLOR, PEARSON, ILEIFEL, ICENHOWER, HOLMES, WYGAL, HARRI- SON, SLAUGHTER, SCOTT, PREECE, LINDAMOOD, HARRC TfENSLEY IONES. " - ScconTnCw: BLAIR, LOUDY, WOODBY, ROE, WOODWARD, HUDSON, BURNETTE, GOOD, KELLY, RICHARDSON, HURT, BRANSON, PFEIFFER, MOYERS, FLEENOR, WILKINSON, SEVIER, NASH, OVERBAY. Third row: GEIGER, CROCKETT, LOWE, MOT. T ENT. GOSE, WHITTEN, MARTIN, CHAPMAN, ELLIS, HEWA, DUNN. Fourth row: MR. VANCE, Sponsor ; KEGLEY, SMITH, ODUM, BASS, KING, LOWDER, CANTWELL, FRANCIS, THOMP- SON, WARE, GOURSE, WOOI R. ODUM, R. HARRISON, HURLEYY- Page 86 Future Teachers OFFICERS Joyce Allison Anna Sevier Mary Ball Nancy South Brooks Drjnkard Nancy Jones T rea surer Vice-President President Song Leader Parliamentarian Secretary The Joseph B. VanPelt Club is a pre-vocational and ex- ploratory club for those who plan to teach. The club has thirteen members. This year the club honored the faculty with a tea, sent two members to the F.T.A. State Convention at Richmond, and substituted in the absence of a teacher from some class period. The chief project of the club is a fifty dollar scholarship to a senior member. Money raising projects of the club were: sale of foot- ball picture post cards, Thanksgiving pie sale, bake sale, and a faculty basketball game. The sponsor of the club is Miss Irene Brown. Faculty Tea First row: BALL, SOUTH, MULLER, MARTENS, KEISTER, JONES, ALLISON. Second row: MISS BROWN, Sponsor ; PFEIFFER, FLEENOR, SEVIER, VENABLE, MILLSAPS. Page 87 French Club OFFICERS Mary Agnes Buchanan Jimmy Dunn Anna Sevier Tony Martin Priscilla Nash Secretary President Vice-President T reasnrer Reporter The goal of the French Club is a better understanding of the French language, customs and people. Some of the club projects were: Santa Pal; Thanksgiv- ing and Easter charity; contributions to the Leprosy Foun- dation; March of Dimes; Red Cross; gift of a book to the Library; and a CARE package. Money-raising projects were: a bake sale, dance, and a car wash. Mrs. Nora DeBusk is the sponsor. Vive La France Bulletin Board first row: MOORE, FORGF.Y, BUCHANAN DIXON, WILLIS, BUNN, HARRIS, PREECE, COX. Second row: THAYER, J. HAMILTON, LOUDY, DUNN, COLTRANE, MARTIN, GEMMELL, ROE, SEVIER, CANARY. Third row: WEBSTER, SMELTZER, RICHARDSON, K. HAMILTON, AI DERSON, WILKINSON, NASH, LONGNECKER, CONNELLY. .. Page 88 Eleanor Dickey Joyce Keen Steve Counts Brett Thackston Allen Roberts Preston Sartelle OFFICERS Secretary Vice-President Sergeant -at -Arms T rcasurcr President Reporter Latin Club First row: LARGE, SPROLES, VANCE, SCOTT, MARTIN, KEEN, REBHOLTZz BOYD, MISS FULKERSON, Sponsor. Second row: POFF, McLELLAN, GIBSON, THACKSTON, ROBERTS, CARTER, RTJBLE, YpjPNI, FARNHAM, Mc- KAMEY. Latin Class The Fatin Club was organized for the purpose of be- coming better acquainted with the Fatin language and Roman customs. Money-making projects to help further the interest of the class and for a school outing were: a car wash and a bake sale. Miss Mary Fulkerson is class teacher and sponsor. Third row: B ULLO CK,. McILWAINE, CANTWELL, SNODGRASS, LOWDER, COUNTS, TROY, PERKINS. Page 89 Alpha Foundation OFFICERS Shirley VanHoy Chaplain RaWonXXuchini Reporter Judy Loudy Treasurer Shirley Sl altulxi R Secretary Joyce Allison Vice-President Charles Faulkner Sweetheart Mary Hall Richardson President Stag — li? Couple — 25 The purpose of the Alpha Foundation is to help mem- bers grow in character, and to help them have a deeper spirit of cooperation with each other and with the com- munity. The club projects, both small and large, totaled forty- five. Some of them were: a tea honoring new teachers, attending church once a month as a group, clothing for a colored woman, gift of a book to the library, contribu- tions to community drives, Valentines in hospitals, etc. Money-making projects were: two annual bake sales, dance, stationery sale, and Band Festival Committee. The club sponsor is Miss Sarah Horne. First row ; MISS HORNE, Sponsor ; LUCHINI, VanTJOY, RICHARDSON, FAULKNER, LOUDY, ALLISON, SLAUGHTER. Second row. SMITH, HUDSON, -NASH, MILLSAPS, CANARY, JONES, OVERBAY, SHANKA. Third row: KEEN, DICKEY, LEONARD, MULLER, VENABLE. Page 90 Beta Foundation OFFICERS Sarah Con nect: Dottie To Hag Laura Pearson Jean Moyers Patsy Roark Chaplain T rea surer Secretary Vice-President President The goal of the Beta Foundation is to help members grow in character, and to help them have a deeper spirit of cooperation with each other and with community ac- tivities. Some of the twenty-one club projects were: Testaments to the senior members, Santa Pal, Valentine candy to Old Ladies’ Home, Thanksgiving basket, boxes to Soldiers’ Home, CARE package, etc. Money projects were: selling peanuts, bake sale, selling wrapping paper, selling candy. The sponsor is Mrs. Rosa Baldwin. Valentine Gift First row: LINDAMOOD, SHARRETT, HARTLEY, FLEENOR. CONNEL LY, PE ARSON. ROARK, CARTER, HAGY, CALDWELL, GRANT, Second row. MRS. BALDWIN, Sponsor ; MOYERS, GOOD, DUNN, DIXON, COLLINS, DeARMOND, WHICKER, JESSEE, MUMPOWER, TONEY. ’ Tri-Hi-Y OFFICERS Doris Goodman Barbara Kelly Jean Harrison Berna Lee Reifel Nancy South Anna Sevier President Vice-President Sec retary T reasurer Reporter Chaplain The Girls’ Hi-Y is a religious service organization. It tries to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian living throughout the school and community. Some of the club projects were: flowers to the hospital, school-spirit posters, contribution to March of Dimes, in- vocation at football game, gifts to Janie Hammitt Flome on special occasions, gift of a book to the library, two delegates to Hi-Y Convention, etc. Money projects were: dance, bake sale, contributions from Mr. Football contest. Mrs. Jack Ireson is the sponsor. Yoitnguns, bring your cakes ! Firs row: MRS. IRESON, Sponsor ; GOODMAN, KELLY, HARRISON, R EIFE L, SOUTH, SEVIER, ELLIS, CAMPER, AZ- BILL, STACY, HAGER, SCHWAB, COFFEY. Second row: HURT, JESSEE, BALL, VANNOY, BRANSON, HENSLEY, MUMPOWER, SCOTT, REBHOLTZ, MARTIN, BUCFIANAN, BOOHER. Page 92 Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y OFFICERS Jo Ann Icenhour President Nancy Baker ' Vice-President Linda Wygal Secretary Theda Pendry Treasurer Elaine Preece Chaplain Jane Keister Historian Susan Pfeiffer Reporter Becky Alderson Sergeant-at-Arms ASSOCIATE OFFICERS Mary Inman Peggy Poff Judy Minnick Kathy FIamilton Freda Large Nancy Estep Jane McKamey Secretary T re usurer Historian Reporter The Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y has for its purpose the crea- tion, maintenance and extension of high standards of Chris- tian character throughout the home, the school, and the community. Some of the projects were: Thanksgiving basket, Christ- mas party for underprivileged children, magazines to Vet- erans’ Hospital, goodies to children’s ward at hospital, money to Hungarian relief, made payment on calculator for VJHS, $5 0.00 scholarship fund. Money-raising projects were: Halloween dance, bake sale, spring dance, Halloween king and queen contest. Miss Mary Fulkerson is the sponsor. Planning Halloween Carnival First row: MRS. PFEIFFER, POFF, O’DELL, ROE, J. ROE, CARTY, McKAMEY, ItOYD, ESTEP, HARRIS, MUSSEL- WHITE, MISS MARY FULKERSON, Sponsor. Second row:.. DAVIS, BRAY, FORGEY, MILLER, SHIPLEY, JONES, PREECE, ICENHOUR, BULLOCK, WILKERSON, FLEENOR, BLEVINS, PLASKIE. Third row: K. HAMILTON, BAILEY, THAYER, VALIANT, MINNICK, LARGE, SPROLES, WYGAL, TROY, KEISTER, BAKER, ALDERSON, PFEIFFER, J. HAMILTON. Page 9} Boys’ Hi-Y OFFICERS Johnny Bk.ei-.ding Vice-PirsidmL Charles Faulkner President Kay Hudson Sweetheart Bobby Carter Secretary-Treasurer Don Hardin Serge ant -at -Arms The purpose of the Boys’ Hi-Y is " to create, main- tain and extend Christian standards of living through the school and community.” Some of the projects were: paying for engraving on basketball trophies and sending cheerleaders to State tour- nament. The money-making project of the club is the sale of popcorn at basketball games. Mr. Allen Jennings is the sponsor. Step right up, and get your popcorn here! Page 94 First row: KESTNER, FRANCIS, NAIM, HUDSON, THACKSTON, NEWTON, FULLER. Second row: GALLAGHER, GEIGER, MOSSELLER, CROWE. STALLARD, THOMPSON, WOODWARD. Third row: FAULKNER, SIKORSKI, MII.HORN, BREEDING, OAKLEY, JOHNSTON, MR. JENNINGS, Sponsor ; HARDIN. Junior Civitan OFFICERS William Worley Vice-President Doris Goodman Sweetheart and Secretary Haskell Ellis President Henry Atkins Chaplain Bobby Mumpower Treasurer Randall Brown Sergeant -at- Arms The Civitan Club has as its goal the building of better citizenship in the school and community. Close contact is maintained with the parent club by sending two mem- bers to the senior luncheon each Monday. Some projects were: contribution to Community Chest, Thanksgiving basket, painting of Girls’ Club, paying $80.00 on cheerleaders’ trip to Richmond, sponsoring a stu- dent bus to football games, and sending two members to senior Civitan meeting. Money-raising projects were: sale of fruit cakes, Mr. Football contest, and sale of concessions. Mr. Frank Edgar is the sponsor. Cheerleaders hit Richmond — Bang! First row: SCOTT, RINGLEY, MUMPOWER, DOTSON, ROBINETTE, GOODMAN, WORLEY, BURTON, MORETZ, ELLIS, McCORKLE. Second row: JONES, BROWN, ODUM, CONNELLY, SMELTZF.R, LITTLEFORD, CURTIS, LANE, ATKINS, CANTWELL, MR. EDGAR, Sponsor. Page 95 Key Club OFFICERS Russell Ware Secretary Wayne Snodgrass President Cynthia Scott Sweetheart Franklin Gose Vice-President Doug Smith Treasurer Kenneth Bass Sergeant-at-Arms The purpose of the Key Club is to be of service in every way possible to the school and surrounding sections, and to cooperate with the community in all activities in making Bristol a better place in which to live. Projects of the Key Club number sixty-one. Some of the most outstanding were: purchasing coveralls for man- agers of football team, stamping report cards for the schools, buying lunch and dinner on Thanksgiving for chil- dren of Janie Hammitt Home, reprinting football schedule board each year, etc. Money-raising projects were: dance, car wash; bake sale; sale of corsages, car stickers, calendars, and annual covers. Mr. Roscoe Hall is the sponsor. Wanta ' buy a program? First row: MR. HALL, Sponsor ; SNODGRASS, GOSE, SCOTT, WARE, SMITH, BASS. Second row: BARKER, ODUM. PEARSON,_LQW©£Rr LOWE, GOURSE, MOLTENI, THOMPSON, KING. Third row: JACOBS, FRALEY, CROCKETT, TROY, HEWA, COUNTS. Page 96 Y -Teens OFFICERS Charmie Gilliam Secretary June McDonald Vice-President Bobby Anderson Sweetheart Thelma Lowe President Miss Garrett Sponsor The Y-Teens’ goal is to grow as a person, to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationali- ties, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God. Some of the projects of the club were: Santa Pal, Christ- mas food basket, typing for Red Cross, and favors for hos- pital trays. Money-raising projects were: three bake sales, dance, potato chip sale, fashion show. Miss Nina Garrett is the sponsor. We work with Y.W.C.A. First row: CARTER, BLEVINS, GILLIAM, O’DELL, ANDERSON, LOWE, McDONALD, VANCE, HAGA. Second row: BURNETTE, KELLY, SANDERS, J. WHICKER, LONGNECKER, KYLE, TURNER, B. WHICKER, HAGY, MISS GARRETT, Sponsor. Page 97 Library Club OFFICERS Donna Smith Barbara Hensley Wanda Smith Carolyn Branson Vice-President President Treasurer Secretary The Library Club undertakes to encourage reading of good books, developing leadership, improving the library program, and encouraging interest in library work as a career. The Library Club performs eighteen routine duties. Projects included a Thanksgiving basket to a needy family, assembly program, processing of books, and keeping scrap book of school activities. I ' Money-making projects were: bake sale; car wash; sale of occasional cards and stationery, school notes, and book covers; and a dance. Miss Leone Cooper is the club sponsor. First rou: STIGALL, ROARK, GOURSE, D. SMITH, BRANSON, HENSLEY, W Second row: BLEVINS, GIMMELL, T ONI, _ SETTLE. VALIANT, WHICKER, WOODBY Third row: CARTER, MUSSELWHITE, MARTIN, FREEMAN, GRAVES, HARRISON COOPER, Sponsor. SMITH, LARGE. LONGNECKER, SCYPHERS. THOMAS, CQNNELLY, MISS Page 98 F. H. A. OFFICERS Carolyn Campbell Nancy Estep Maxine Mumpower Bobby Freeman Shirley Keesee Mrs. Bob Coleman Mary Lou Beckner Historian T reasurer Secretary Sweetheart Vice-President Sponsor President The purposes of the F.H.A. are to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking, emphasizing the importance of worthy home membership, encouraging democracy in home and community, and pro- viding wholesome individual and group recreation. Some projects were: Santa Pal and the showing of a Civil Defense film. Money-making projects were: sale of aprons, bake sale, and a dance. Mrs. Helen Coleman is the club sponsor. Apron making. First row: WHITSON, COMBS, FREEMAN, SANDRA MUMPOWER, GRUBB. Second row: CAMPBELI , MOBLEY, KEESEE, A. MUMPOWER, M. MUMPOWER, MRS. COLEMAN, Sponsor ; ESTEP. Page 99 F. B. L. A Making ready for Convention OFFICERS Janet Harr President Linda Good Reporter Teddy Smith ..... Secretary Barbara Shanka Treasurer Delores Burnette Vice-President The Future Business Leaders of America is composed of students who take two or more business subjects. The purpose of the club is to create better understanding of the business world, and to develop skill and knowledge that will lead to success. Some projects were: supplying clerical workers for Red Cross, typing letters for Mentally Retarded Children’s Council, contributing to flood relief, making follow-up study of business graduates, printing programs for school play. Money projects were: sale of candy, sale of cokes, dance, receipts from clerical work. Mr. Ray Hooper is the sponsor. W I M Mj r “ Ip : ®§S! liaii y™ First row: HOLMES, HAGY, HAGA, BLEVINS, YOUNG, HARRISON, BOOHER, BLEDSOE, GILLIAM, JONES, SHAW, HENSLEY. SecodTTwTTcOMBS, WHITSON, WORLEY, THOMPSON, REEDY, GRUBBS, RANKIN, SMITH, T. SMITH, LINNEN, LINNEN, WOODBY, DIXON. Third row: KEGLEY, GOOD, SCYPHERS. LOWE, BURNETTE, HERMES. SHANKA, HARR, HURT, BURGER, KYLE, GIBSON, MANN, MR. HOOPER, Sponsor. Page 100 Diversified Occupations OFFICERS Ronnie Mumpower Alyce MUMPOWER Bobby Kegley Alvin Pennington Vice-President Secretary Sergeant -at- Arms President Diversfiied Occupations is a cooperative vocational pro- gram for juniors and seniors. Each student enrolled must work a minimum of fifteen hours per week in some trade or profession. Working through the club helps provide work experience and vocational education. It is an oppor- tunity to earn while learning. Money-making projects were: bake sale, rummage sale, Mr. and Miss D.O. Contest, coat hanger sale, dance. Mrs. Frances Boyd is the sponsor. State Winners First row. PENNINGTON, BLACKBURN, ODUM, FELTY, ICENHOWER, CRUSENBERRY, RUTTER, COX, KEGLEY, IRWIN, WILLIAMS, VINSON. Second row: MRS. BOYD, Sponsor ; RHYMER, BLANTON, THOMPSON, SHARRETT, SCYPHF.RS, MUMPO WER. WADELL, CARTER, MARSHALL, ROARK, JONES, GRIFFIN, C. MUMPOWER. Third row: R. MUMPOWER, CARRIER, FORAN, MILLER, TRIVETT, WORLEY, BONHAM, PERRIGAN, ANDER- SON, DEANS, BARB, BRUNER, ZINT, MITCHELL, RUSSELL, NORMAN, DENTON. Page 101 ■HiWHi! Girls Athletic Association Faculty Basketball Game OFFICERS Judy Loudy Joyce Allison R ' Lrna Le e Reifel Laura Pearson Nancy Hicks President Vice-President Secretary T re usurer Reporter The Girls’ Athletic Association has as its purpose to provide a recreational program for all girls interested in sports and to promote sportsmanship in sports. Some projects were: dance, volley ball tournament, ping-pong tournament, swimming, keeping bulletin board in physical education department. Money-making projects were: faculty basketball game, sale of concessions. Mrs. Jack Ireson is the sponsor. First row: MRS. IRESON, Sponsor ; ALLISON, REYNOLDS, SHAW, LOUDY, CAMPBELL, FORGEY, WORLEY, TONI, HAGER, RFIFEL, BLEVINS, O’DELL, HARRIS. - Second row: GOODMAN, WHITSON, HICKS, LARGE, B. WHICKER, J. WHICKER, KELLY, SCOTT, RICHARDSON, PEARSON, MILLER, TESTER, NEAL. Third row: SCYPHF.RS, W. SMITH, LOGAN, WHITE, CROSS, HESS, REBFIOLTZ, BUCHANAN, GIMMELL. Page 102 Bible Club OFFICERS Tommy Cantwell Patsy Roark Henry Atkins Gerald Martens Doug Smith T reasitrcr Secretary President Program Chairman Vice-President The Bible Club meets each morning during the week for fifteen minutes. The days are divided into the follow- ing: business, Bible study, singspiration, student day, and special speakers’ day. Some projects were: programs at churches, each third Wednesday services conducted at the Mission. A Thanks- giving basket was given to a needy family. The club has no money-making projects, but members contribute as needs arise. Miss Irene Brown is the sponsor. Conducting Mission Service First row: MILLSAPS, TAYLOR, PLASKIE, HARRIS, SHARRETT, BRANNON. Second row: HOLMES, REEDY, BURNETTE, SMITH, IRWIN, DIXON, KEGLEY. Third row: COLLINS, COUNTS, ROARK, BRANSON, BURNETTE, DeARMOND, MUMPOWER, FLEENOR. Fourth row: MARTENS, BENNETT, SMITH, ATKINS, CANTWELL, BURGER, LOGAN, MISS BROWN, Sponsor. Page 103 Moments To Remember A 06 a o . C Am D7 nois - y fun, the s » - 7 _■ — a till room prize we 1 j j. =fcq ' n ’° 51 won ' We will have these $ J j i. - = = l U= i - — m — 7 r ■J-- -s — ' 1 i -j — a— 1 JiTj 4 n ,j j Copyright © 1965 by Beaver Music Publishing Corp. Sole Selling Agent, Larry Spier, Inc , I860 Broadway, New York 19, N Y International Copyright Secured Fngraved A Printed in U. S. A. All Bights Reserved Including Public Performance for Profit activities . . t 4— ®- 6 et. CitP c rP (? tZ ly First row, left to right: MARIE SMITH, JEEF-CRUMLEYRJOYCE CRUSENBERRY, RONNIE ODUM, SUE HAGER, WILLIAM WORLEY, NANCY JONES, FRANK JONES, JOYCE ALLISON, BOB M O R FT 7 D ORIS GOODMAN. BOBBY MUMPOW F.R. KAY HUDSON, BILL STALLARD. ' Sicon ' t 7 l A K 1 J A ttX hi si i ' i - paui. ii ssirT YVtrYrrrn ' Nxi 1 1 y. david crockf.tt, HELEN BURNETTE, GENE BLANKENSI IIP, DOTTIE JOE JJAGY, BOBBY CARTER, MARIAM THAYER, NORMAN RUTTER, MARY BALL, PAUL CURTIS, MARIE VANNOY, HASKELL ELLIS. NJ Cinderella and Prince Charming’s Court Left to right: GENE BLANKENSHIP, PAM BERUBE . HARRY OAKLEY, MARY HALL RICHARDSON, CYNTHIA SCOTlj PAUL CURTIS, CYNTHIA MULLER, DAVID CROCKETT, KAY HUDSON, BILL TROY. Page 10(5 3 e d t i v a First row, left to right: BARBARA KELLY, HARRY OAKLEY, MARY HALL RICHARDSON, |OE MUSICK, CYNTHIA SCOTT, WAYNE SNODGRASS, PAULA VANCE, BOB ANDERSON, LINDA GOOD, PHIL VINSON, BARBARA SEXTON, MALLORY EDGAR, KAY HARTLEY, IOHNNY RINGLEY. Second row. CYNTHIA MULLER. VBOB EAUST J RAMONA LUCHINI, CHARLES FAULKNER, PAM BERUjlL, GENE ALLEN MORETZ. PXfsY ELLIS. IOHNNY BREEDING, |OAN BLEVINS, SirtTROY, MAXINE MUMPOWER, BOB FREEMAN, JOYCE KEEN, EDDIE PEARSON. PAUL CURTIS CYNTHIA SCOTT Prince Charming Cinderella Page 10 L vi nt o r e n i o r B a n Cf, vi e Page 108 ' Mt ' sports Page 109 FOOTBALL BURTON DAUGHTERY ELLIS FAULKNER FEATHERS JACOBS JOHNSTON LITTLEFORD MUMPOWER SNODGRASS THOMPSON WORLEY Page 110 First row: THOMPSON, SCOTT, MOSSELLER, ELLIS, OLIVER, CONNELLY, FEATHERS, FAULKNER, FRANCIS, EARP, KISTNER, SMITH, GALLAGHER, WORLEY. Second row: GOSE, SNODGRASS, LITTLEFORD, BURTON, TALLY, WOOD, WOODWARD, ROBINETTE, CROCK- ETT, HARDIN, BETTERS, STALLARD, JONES, WAGNER, NELSON. Third row: COACH CURCIO, JOHNSTON, DAKIN, OAKLEY, MUMPOWER, CURTIS, SAUL, STACY, JACOBS, SMELTZER, THOMPSON, DAUGHERTY, I . SMELTZF.R, COACH EDGAR. MANAGERS " Wart " does it again l NELSON, GOSE, THOMPSON Page 111 CROCKETT CURTIS DAKIN EARP HARDIN JONES KESTNER KING CHEERLEADERS GOODMAN BETTERS CONNELLY FRANCIS GALLAGHER ALLISON BALL MOSSELLER OAKLEY KELLY SCOTT HUDSON SEVIER SCOTT A. SMELTZER TALLEY WAGNER WOOD WOODWARD Fight — Virginia — Fight Page 1 1 3 Front row: JESSEE, Mgr.; MUMPOWER, CARTER, WORLEY, WARE, N AVE, GRUBB, Mgr. Back row: CROCKETT, DAUGHERTY, SIKORSKI, BLANKENSHIP, BASS, ' COACH COLEMAN, BREEDING, WHICKER, STALLARD,_GEIGER. COACH BOB COLEMAN MANAGERS PHI 1 IP GRUBB BASKETBALL SCORES Virginia 69 Salt ville 34 Virginia 63 Richlands 30 Virginia 5 6 Bluff City 37 Virginia 69 Graham 39 Virginia 77 Grundy 48 Virginia 6 5 Tazewell 46 Virginia 5 9 Marion 23 Virginia 67 Grundy 29 Virginia 74 Holston Valley 72 Virginia 8 3 Tazewell 43 Virginia 61 Richlands 44 Virginia 70 Bluff City 60 Virginia 103 Graham 91 Virginia 72 Tennessee High 51 Virginia 83 Saltville 46 Virginia 73 Marion 57 Virginia 64 Holston Valley 5 8 Virginia 68 Tennessee High 3 5 Virginia 70 Abingdon 33 DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS Virginia 54 Marion 5 2 Virginia 5 0 Graham 47 STATE TOURNAMENTS Virginia 6 8 George Washington 61 Virginia 31 Newport News 5 2 Page 1 14 SIKORSKI STALLARD BASS BLANKENSHIP BREEDING CARTER CROCKETT DAUGHTERY GEIGER MUMPOWER NAVE WARE WHICKER WORLEY Page 1 1 5 ' I A WfC BASEBALL POSITIONS Pitchers JIM KEESEE JIM WHICKER LEO PLASKIE GENE WHITTAKER PAUL CURTIS Catchers JIM SAUL BILL BETTERS Outfielders LOUIE DAUGHTRY BILL BURNETTE. DAVY CROCKETT GARY ROBINETTE DON HARDIN Shortstops LARRY CUNNINGHAM KEITH KESNER First Base COACH CHARLES FAULKNER PAUL HURLEY Second Base LEROY ICENHOUR DAVID JESSEE T bird Base BILL STALLARD TOM COMBS Managers GENE ROBINSON BILL CRUSENBERRY BILL ROLLINS BILL WILKINS Page 117 First row: MUMPOWER, KING, ROBINETTE, COLTRANE, WARE, EDGAR, ROBINSON, RATLIFF, MORETZ. Second row: GOSE, FRANCIS, LOWE, ROBERTS, PEARSON, McCORKLE, NAVE, LITTLEFORD, GALLAGHER, WOODS. — Third row: COACH EDGAR, OLIVER, OAKLEY, RINGLEY, THOMPSON, SNODGRASS, BREEDING, ATKINS, LANE, PERKINS, WHITTEN. TRACK Page 1 1 8 XaJU V MiJ OL U t (V ' Xu w! K Opportunities 4 x ... in the industrial world today are unlimited. Automation, atomic energy, a rapidly increasing population — all point to a period of un- precedented growth in industrial life of the nation and particularly of the Sjats$£i. flake many others, the textile industry is just scratching the surface p: fts own latter-day revolution. This revolution began less than a quar- ter 1 century ago with the introduction of man-made fibers. Burlington Industr fbs, which pioneered in the production of fabrics pom maHs-made fibcfjsfjihas in the space of three decades grown to be the orWsX largest and foremost textile concern. Burlington has continued to pTbpeer in the development and application of new fibers and new fab- rics, and through broad diversification now includes not only man-made, burylso natural fibers atkr countless blends of the two in its manufac- , ) turiqg domain. For young ilaen andywomyn thinking in terms of a career, the textile industry today offei nopporuunity ' ' without bounds” in manufacturing, merchandising, res apch, development and design, and many other V refafisd fields. N « If Vi the Bristol plant INDUSTRIES Burlington Mills, Pacific Mills, Burlington Hosiery Co., Pearless Woolen Mills, Burlington Decorative Fabrics Associates, Galey Lord, Goodoll Fabrics, Burlington Narrow Fabrics, National Mallinson Fabrics, Burlington Export Co., Mooresville Mills, Burlington International. When you ask for Potato Chips say Potato Chips ★ Waffle Chips Peanut Butter Popcorn Salted Peanuts Sandwiches 918 Moore Street, Bristol, Virginia MOORE’S j VA ,v s • ' . I 1 2. UiGr lOC. 04 (3 aA ' uz ° Uv. AKARD FUNERAL HOME n V. A y R ' c A ( u r A FUNERAL HOME THAT IS A GARDEN SETTING » 1 J r aY i r 7 w V I N C. 7 KT i-AAjSA t ; ■ ' BRISTOL ' S NEWEST AND MOST MODERN FUNERAL HOME COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED v v l 4 Private Family Room — Hammond Organ and Chimes Private Chapel — Four Private Slumber Rooms • PERSONAL SERVICE • Owner and Employees All Graduates of Virginia High WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION ■V 4 — J KERN’S BAKERY BRISTOL, VA.-TENN M i (j w TVfO Fi E.MpT S IN BRISTOL, VIRGINIA e ii V ra I Shelby (T l2 Modytn Rooms • 120 Baths » «( Modern kir Conditioned CoVf e Shop J A ty V ervfell MooVe, 130-Car Parking Lot Connecting to Garage ;$Jral Manager xftottel Bristol 100 Comfortable Rooms l Air Conditioned Coffee Shop Free Parking Lot KING COLLEGE Bristol, Tennessee CHRISTIAN Character and Scholarship Emphasized — Friendliness on the Campus — Liberal Arts Program for Men and Women Thoroughness in Instruction For Information Write: R. T. L. Liston, President King College Bristol, Tennessee ti Q k ■ -ZJ. k ° ° du £Tci%A 4 «■ cAdsO f O A aotl r ut ?7n_ H. P. KING COMPANY () 3 ristol S Cjreat 2 )epa rtm en t Stc lore OBVIOUSLY THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP Bristol BuHdcrs Supply Company - 7 . i -T— Jk- L_ dfr- - 1 - - ' ' — tC ’ -- ' C_- _3 (? f) t DEALERS FOR Jy i xju Vx, JOHNS-MANVILLE CORBIN HARDWARE - ' ' ftTTs burgh PAINff tupTON STEEL WINDOWS ' 6 U. S- GYPSUM PRODUCTS jU(_ S , — « — e — -» — L TEXOtITE PAINT QUALITY MIL! WORK i. t iTHa ke « £ 0 e a rfe r s c - -C ' y Cy ' C AS« AND CARRY - W- . ' and U J ihdy t OELIVIRY SERVICE - ' ' .Z- . " x Garland Avenue ? Sub-Station — Holston Ave 3 y J ’ V ® wry V " " - ‘ ' 77p L ' Vy wyy f A Cordial Welcome is given Bristol girls at Virginia Intermont Some of the former Virginia High School girls at Intermont this year Virginia Intermont College Bristol Dr. Floyd V Turner, Pres. Virginia V-s ' r - . r V 5 MASSENGILL company PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURERS ■X h ‘ » 2n ewv Yor Ea-4-Ca-, nUaJi. - •A v. mXK v t, Ttt, Osu. Yifetoi; Tennessee C " ’ • ■ ’ll rtlM A . JtO a ' WH. ?ol u, Kansas City San Francisco " Service the Way You Want As Advertised in Phone 5144 71 O ' Brothers i EON SIGNS — OUTDOOR ADVERTISING Telephone S-3426 Fifteenth and Shelby Streets Bristol, Tennessee INTERSTATE HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. Distributors at Wholesale Only Hardware, Industrial Supplies Heating and Plumbing Goods Electrical Appliances and Supplies Bristol, Tenn.-Va. t7 r: c! -tJcui . 0 ,«wr K 3 eAji ' ■ w: nsr 4 X ' T lfp h y ' THE H16H SCHOOL CROWD ALWAYS BUYS ITS SHOES AT yZrh ( ? 7 P-g ? ?_ z y ' ' ?y? yyr-y? yir v ' ' 7 r rj -n p 7 y] ' 7 yp ( 64 y r 7 7V ) " KT? PROFIT SHARING TRADING ooo Store YOUR FRIENDLY GROCER S ' LOW, LOW EVERY DAY PRICES PLUS Valuable Worthmore Gold Stamps Which Are Redeemable for Gifts for the Entire Family “TWIN SAVINGS FOR TWIN CITY CITIZENS” ?(Worth more}? PROFIT SHARING TRADING STAMP Gold Stamp p PROFIT SHARING TRADING STAMP n A _o Is S3 $ C3 r . -o 1 ' vS 7 ✓ 77 y The Oakley Company J A V High Speed Sanding Machinery r Luxury at a Low Price m V Bristol, Tenner f ' I BANK STREET MEN ' S SHOP f ,r 4_ ' 7 ) v y [ Turniture Appliances Hardware Clothing Shoes Groceries 7] 3 | r f li J I J V V Rex Shoppings Center % THE Incorporated Couruyous Friendly Service Always” S ' T _ I I O O O IP r-- " %■ euiel Box Telephone 833 Abingcjon, Virgin XS. . ' s, AVI 7 cc v rs S 7 c V f-Aj ro cs -riends be friendly Store „• $7 r 1 r V Wholesale Hardware - Mil lumbing and Electrical Supply N.3 C Establi ed 1880 MITCH ELL-POWERS HDWE.4 CO%ANY Incorporated The Great- Name in Dairy-UProduc 3 ! S hd K 4 7 °Sj S 7 f (h v 7 J North 2130 S Vo 113. Moore St. istoT; Va.S -TT 7 77 4 14 P rts n Qgpplies lesaie Qnly k S t _ 31 Moore Street to Wi ia OS V C ft A if 7 fy ciX °o 0 y 4 y 7 » „y T r 0ir 7 s LIN G 1 H USE BRISTOL, (7 ( VA.-TENN. y . ,r j yr n) VALLEYDALE PACKERS , Inc. - . i Valleydale Meat Products J7y J 1 y r . 1 aft . f , y (M Nickels manufacturing nP vi COMPANY r ' ' y 77 v The Beauty of Our Business is’Tlotvers V RKTOL FLORAL COMPANY lT State Street ' Oldest and Most Complete in Every Detail , fy PHONE 716 A . tJ Insurance Real Estate DICKEY INVESTMENT CO. Phone 90 8 V 2 Front St. Bristol, Va.-Tenn. j 4uCHANAN SUPPLY CO. Triifh is Always the Strongest pt Argument N 18 Lee Street , Bristol, Virginia ft ' Phone 3800 BLACK AND WHITE CAB CO. 24-Hour Service Charlie R. Booher, Owner Fine Portraits BRISTOL, VA.-TENN. BILL HENRY ' S Magazines, Films, Newspapers Moore St. Phone 3123 McKAMEY ' S SHOE SHOP For Better Shoe Repair 21 Moore St. Congratulations to the Class of ’ 57 Ford America ' s Most Popular Car STATES MOTOR COMPANY 0 %ou e Decorative Accessories Fabrics and Gifts for the Home 13 Moore Street Bristol, Virginia rf Keener Service Since 1888” Dental Supplies KEENER DENTAL SUPPLY CO. Bristol, Virginia EAST TENNESSEE APPLIANCE CO., Inc. Phone 492 Powers Bldg. 406 State Street FRIGIDAIRE SALES AND SERVICE Bristol, Tennessee DANIEL ARTS Warmest Greetings to Our Friends at Virginia High School REMINE GQBBLE TmaYreSt. Hen ' s S qp THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. NETTIE LEE SHOPS Paints — Wallpaper 511 State Street Bristol, Va.-Tenn. and North 3110 NETTIE LEE CHILDREN S SHOP APPALACHIAN WELDING CO. " No Job Too Large or Too Small” SLAGLE ' S Tetter Food for Less 14-16 Penn. Ave. Bristol, Tennessee HARKRADER SERVICE STATION THE CAVALIER MEN ' S SHOP Texaco and Goodyear Products Fourteen Moore Street 31 Piedmont St. Bristol, Virginia Bristol, Virginia FRANKLIN SAVINGS HENRY L. MILLER ' S ESSO STATION LOAN CORP. 1700 State Street Phone 2319 Congratulations to the Class of ’57 FULLER BUS LINE Bristol - to - Saltville HAYES AND REYNOLDS FURNITURE STORE " Local Service for Local People” 325 Piedmont Street Phone 2678 Route 421 Bristol, Va. 45 o l A - PASTEURIZED GRADE A MIL DAIRY BAR ) P a ijassett J DAIRY PRODUCTS, Inc. Bristol, Tennessee PRone South-3430 HOMOGENIZED % ! ICE ' CREAM y J ti S ' - - “Finest For Flavor! v n ■ ftSU WfiOR... 3£ecfii , Sunbeam 50 Years of Quality and Service V - 1 TT A Li -S. % x V AmerTcariA Thread Co. - m Spinners and Manufacturers of d — Threads and Yarns made from v_£7 cWoo T toh and OtheT Synthetic Fibers T 7 T cr C1 77 r . tfr . i i i ■ .Si Powers and Anderson Inc. Physicians, Hospital T-tZzr Zs ' U and Sick Room Supplies PARAMOUNT THEATRE ☆ r Where You Find Entertainment, Happiness and Friends !” 73- v3 1 X, X You can always get a better deal at PETE MOORE S Your Electric Appliance Dealer All Nationally Known Brands Handled Pete Moore 1 1 03 W. State St. Phone N-2489 Compliments of " BLUE JOHN ond BO " w d d v Nv- S c A WHITSON ' S CLEANERS 323 Piedmont Avenue 9 Seventh Street Phone North-2255 Compliments of A FRIEND YELLOW COACH CORPORATION Bristol ' s Oldest and Most Dependable T ransportation Service Office Ph. 2600— Terminal Ph. 2541 Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee GLENWOOD-MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERIES Phone S-374 N-4867 u MORTONS GROCERY ★ ★ ★ 112 Pennsylvania Ave. S. K. M. AGENCY, Inc. A. Kyle Morison, Manager General Insurance Shelby at Sixth Street P. 0. Box 331 — Phone 598 Bristol, Tenn.-Va. DeVAULT’S, Inc. Athletic Equipment — Sporting Goods 14 Lee Street Bristol, Virginia Telephone 3568 Fred Reuning Company Masonic Temple Building Cumberland and Piedmont MUTUAL INSURANCE BRISTOL, VA.-TENN. Telephone North-3063 Best WISHES FROM PENDLETON ' S " Bristol ' s Oldest Jewelers” E. K. BIBB COMPANY INSURANCE Central Buildings Bristol, Va.-Tenn. Telephone 2108 Ladies ' and Men ' s Suits Made-to-Measure THE QUALITY TAILORS 16 Moore Street Bristol, Virginia FASHION SHOP Smart Apparel 604 State Street Bristol, Tenn. EVERIDGE JEWELERS Quality Watch Repairing 16 Moore St. Bristol, Va. CHAS. J. LOWRY AGENCY, Inc. COURTEOUS AND RELIABLE SERVICE Building — Real Estate — Loans — Insurance Phone N-4260 524 Cumberland Street BRISTOL, VIRGINIA ART SUPPLIES Phone N-330 Congratulations to the Class of ’ 57 SAMPSON PAINT COLOR CO. 57 Piedmont Bristol, Va. SALYER COAL COMPANY QUALITY COAL and SERVICE A Coal for Every Purpose 345 Fourth St. Bristol, Tenn. Phone South 303 Compliments of Bristol Be a cl ii Wjix , V A For the Best in Entertainment ; and Food Visit the Following: BEACON DRIVE-IN MOONLITE DRIVE-IN MOONLITE GRILL All Operated by ' Field Theatres Corp. po ww Service, station k mA ConWionwealih Ave. . Va. ] y i c . Lincoln and M£rci ry Car BRISTOL LINCOLN - 4 ERCURY phoZ ! j DristqJ Va. 1 e 7 Your Specialty Shoppe PETER PAN PASTRY SHOPPE 507 Cumberland St. Phone 3650 CmJfhrnjjn 7 m UNCLE SAMTS LOAN OFFICE Compliments of HOWARD TERRACE MOTOR COURT U. S. Rt. 11 Mr and Mrs Ward Irwin and Liz Irwin Compliments of STUCKEY ' S PECAN SHOPPE Fine Pecan Candies — Tropical Jellies Gifts and Souvenirs Abingdon - Bristol Highway WARREN ' S 409 State St. 34 Moore St. DAIRY QUEEN 2021 W. State St. The Cone with the Curl on Top A TREAT FOR THE TASTE A FOOD FOR HEALTH We Deliver When We Promise McGHEE PRINTING COMPANY Printing, Engraving, Offset Printing 19 Sixth St. Bristol, Tenn. Congratulations, Class of ’57 VIRGINIAN STAFF BLEVINS TIRE COMPANY 1 1 Seventh St. Bristol, Tenn.-Va. Moore-Earhart Company Bristol, Virginia BRISTOL ART ★ ★ ★ Outfitters of High Schools and ENGRAVERS Colleges Athletic Equipment and Luggage THE KING PRINTING COMPANY BRISTOL, TENN. f ' ) ROGERS JEWELRY CQMPA (6l Sta St re D)v 2 V COWAN BROS, J «) v ' jf. ToiC Be Prouc V Y(l BETT J kL ovgratulcwovs )sVerlIng ju ( 837 ' State St Jf 1 | 625 f f V St - . y | J Bristol . 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