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- ... :• 1963 THE VIRGINIA HIGH SCHOOL BRISTOL, VIRGINIA Teacher-pupil relationship is especially Needed information is found as quietness prevails in library, vital in the training of an individual scholastically and vocationally. Study halls provide time for lesson preparation. Posture is sometimes forgotten when in deep concentration. SPIRIT OF VHS BRISTOL PUBLIC LIBRARY 701 Goode Street Bristol, Virginia 24201 2 “The future still belongs to those who will work, those who can see ahead, those who are willing and able to lead.’’ IN PREPARATION “Extra hours” are often necessary to eliminate the rough spots. Resource material is available for the student who really wants to achieve. «• Early every morning the mobile book rack is visited by “book lovers.” In school productions, many students are willing to spend the extra hours needed before the performance. This daily performance demonstrates the spirit of our students for school, state, and nation. The public address system is the main line of communication at V.H.S. Due to the limited clerical help, students per- form many duties in the school office. On the job training usually brings a full-time job after graduation. Materials for distribution often pass through many hands. IN PERFORMANCE Commercial students frequently apply their skill by printing material for banquets, conventions, and other school activities. Excellence in scholarship placed five in the National Honor Society. Outstanding salesmanship is rewarded during the Junior Class magazine campaign. The president and officers of the Student Cooperative Association set the pace for the student body. The trophy is a symbol of the spirit of competition. IN A C HIE V EM ENT The grade is always a determining factor in the achievement of a student. i Freedom of expression is granted to entries in the “Voice of Democracy” contest. MR. CLARENCE W. WIN KIN SON As school treasurer, Mr. Wilkinson completes entries in record book at the end of the day. 8 DEDICA TION We believe your untiring efforts and sincere devotion to your work have won for you the respect, admiration, and love of all those who know you. You are a person of deep humility who is ever willing to share our moments of heartache as well as our times of happiness. Your ceaseless efforts and your sense of fairness have been invaluable to us. We feel indebted to you for your faithful contribution to the students and the administration of Virginia High School as teacher of government and algebra, as co-sponsor of the Hi-Y Club, and as school treasurer. In order that you might know that we are indeed appreciative for having such a fine person among us, we, the Class of 1963, proudly dedicate our yearbook to you, Mr. Clarence W. Wilkinson. 9 SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOL BOARD SUPER VISORT STAFF PTA OFFICERS PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL GUIDANCE DIRECTORS SECRETARY LIBRARIANS FACULTY SNAPS CAFETERIA WORKERS CUSTODIANS A DMINISTRA TION SUPERINTENDENT Dr. Joseph VanPelt has served as superinten- dent of the Bristol, Virginia, school system for seventeen years. He is a very active member of our community, serving as a Presiding Elder at the Central Presbyterian Church and as a member of the Kiwanis Club. Dr. VanPelt received his B.A. D egree from Randolph-Macon College, and his M.A. Degree from the University of Virginia. In the spring of 1962 an honorary Doctor of Law Degree was conferred upon him by Randolph-Macon Men’s College. BRISTOL VIRGINIA SCHOOL BOARD 1st ROW: Mrs. S. C. Wolfe, Mr. Waldo Miles, Dr. Joseph VanPelt, Mrs. Violet Grimsley. 2nd ROW: Dr. Floyd Turner, Mr. Mac King, Mr. Joe Rogers. 12 Mr. Jack Holland, Director of Instruction; Miss Nancy Lindamood, Director of Choral Music; Mrs. Helen Ruth Ogle, Dietician; Miss Thelma Wright, Visiting Teacher. SUPERVISORY STAFF PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION Mrs. Bob Musick, President; Mrs. Hamp Richardson, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Lee Leonard, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. J. W. Wright, Jr., Social Chairman; Mrs. Francis Cash, 3rd Vice-President; Mrs. Jim Tilley, 2nd Vice-President; Mrs. Raymond Bailey, 1st Vice- President; Mrs. Milton Hudson, Historian; Mrs. Olin Mumpower, Budget and Finance Chairman; Not pictured: Mr. Aulick Burke. Treasurer. 13 r PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Mr. Cecil Rasnick has been our assistant principal for six years. He received his A.B. Degree from Lincoln Memorial University and his M.A. Degree from East Tennessee State College. Mr. Rasnick teaches solid geometry and trigonometry. Mr. Theo. T. Hammack received his B.S. Degree from Hampden-Sydney College and his M.A. Degree from the L’niversity of North Carolina. He has been the principal of Virginia High School for seventeen years. In addition to his duties as principal, he also finds time to take part in many civic and church activities. Mr. Hammack and Mr. Rasnick discuss a school problem. 14 SCHOOL S ECRETARY Mrs. Ralph Whitaker has been our efficient secretary for thirteen years. She attended East Tennessee State College and the University of North Carolina. She is always willing to help both students and faculty members. LIBRARIAN Miss Leone Cooper has been our capable librarian for seventeen years. She received her A.B. Degree from Westhampton College and her M.A. Degree from George Peabody College. ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN Mrs. Carlton Stewart joined the staff as assistant librarian this year. She received her B.S. Degree from Rad- ford College. In addition to her library work she teaches Latin and English. GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Mrs. Laura McNutt received her A.B. Degree from Eastern Kentucky State College and her Masters Degree from the University of Maryland. This is her fifth year as a guidance coun- selor at Virginia High School. GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Mr. Roscoe Hall received his A.B. Degree from Emory and Henry Col- lege. He has been a member of our faculty for thirteen years and has been a guidance counselor for two years. 15 1 hMHP Mr. William Bingham, B.S. General Science “B " Team and Varsity Football Coach “B” Team Basketball Coach Mrs. Sandra Blevins, B.S. Algebra 2 Chemistry Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club Sponsor Mrs. Frances Boyd, A.B. Diversified Occupations D O. Club Sponsor FACULTY 16 Miss Ann Cox, B.S. Business Math General Record Keeping Beta Club Sponsor The Virginian Co-sponsor Mr. Howard Cummins, B.A. Biology Key Club Sponsor Mr. Thomas Cantwell, B.S. Algebra 1 Junior Civitan Club Sponsor Mr. Jack Cummins, B.S. Distributive Education General Business D.E. Club Sponsor Mr. Paul Carriger, B.S. Biology General Science Sophomore Class Sponsor Mr. Charles Curcio, B.A. American Government Monogram Club Sponsor Athletic Council, Business Manager Mrs. Helen Coleman, B.S. Home Economics F.H.A. Club Sponsor •M ' Hi 17 Mrs. Tom Daniel, A.B. Latin 1,2, 3, 4 Latin Club Sponsor Mrs. Betty Davis. B.S. Physical Education G.A.A. Sponsor Miss Nina Garrett. B S , M.A Algebra 2 Plane Geometry Mr. M arion Dugger. B.S Industrial Arts Mr. Lester Hall. A.B. English 12 The Little Virginian Co-sponsor Mr. Jack French, B.A. English 9 Boys ' Hi-Y Club Sponsor Mr. Ray Hooper, A.B., M E. Bookkeeping Typing Office Training Senior Class Sponsor 18 FACULTY Miss Nancy Lindamood, B.Mus.Ed. Chorus Mixed Chorus Sponsor Miss Today Litton, B.A. English 9 Alpha Foundation Sponsor Y-Tcens Club Sponsor Mr. Allen Jennings, B.S., M.A. Physical Education Mrs. Hellen Loggans, B.S. Shorthand 1,2 Typing 1,2 Mr. Harry Johnson. B.S., M S. Physical Education Driver Training Backfield Football Coach Track Coach 19 Mrs. Mary Jean Neff, B.A. General Math Algebra 1 Beta Foundation Sponsor FACULTY Mr. Robert Pearson. B.S. General Math Mechanical Drawing Shop Freshman Class Sponsor Miss Helen Reeves, B.A. English 9, 10, 11 Mr. O. H. Peters, A.B., M.Ed. Chemistry Physics Mr. Hamp Richardson Band Director Mr. W. C. Rasnick, A.B.. M.A. Solid Trig Assistant Principal Mr. Rolland Seward, B.S. Assistant Band Director 20 Mr. Jerry Watford, B.A. U.S. History World History Football Head Coach Golf Coach Mr. Clarence Wilkinson, A.B. American Government Algebra 2 Boys’ Hi-Y Club Sponsor Central Treasurer Miss Barbara Shanka, B.S. Typing 1 General Business F.B.L.A. Club Sponsor Mrs. Carolyn Williams, A.B. English 10 Spanish 1 Tri-Hi-Y Club Sponsor Mrs. Mary S. Tankersley, B.A. English II F.T.A. Club Sponsor Miss Mary Worsham, B.A. English World Geography Les Beaux Arts Club Co-sponsor Mrs. Anne VanNostrand, B.A. Home Economics 1,2 General Science 21 Mr. Peters and Mr. Moore talk at the Alpha Tea for teachers. Dr. VanPelt poses with the cheerleaders at the V-T pep rally. OUR ADMIN 1ST RA TION . . . Parents and teachers register at the first P.T.A. meeting. Mr. Hall and Mrs. McNutt make plans for College Day. 22 Mrs. Whitaker checks permanent records. . . . SHO WS SCHOOL SPIRIT The Athletic Council meets to discuss the athletic program. Miss Lindamood practices with the boys’ trio. Miss Cooper and Mrs. Stewart keep our library in good order. 23 1st ROW: Mrs. James Criswell. Mrs. Beulah Hurt. 2nd ROW: Mrs. Mae Burger, Mrs. Ester Collier, M rs. Francis Walden. Mrs. Thelma James, Mrs. Nellie Sauls, Mrs. Corinne Simox, Mrs. Nell Hatcher, Miss Virginia Derey. Mrs. Maude Holmes. Mrs. Vena Roberts. CAFETERIA WORKERS Mrs. Criswell sells milk to Chris Shepherd. Mrs. Simcox. Mrs. Sauls, and Miss Derey prepare a salad. 24 Mr. Glenn Feathers, Mr. Clarence Keith, Mrs. Madelaine Freeman, Mr. John Quails. 25 » HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHMHHBi CLASSES SENIOR Barbara Sharon Wolfe Roy Ernest Ward Emily Dawn Stewart Each year the most outstanding Seniors of Virginia High are chosen Senior Superlatives. This is one of the highest honors that a stu- dent can receive. We congratulate these stu- dents on their outstanding achievement. 28 SUPERLA TIVES The faculty selects these people on their merits in scholarship, cooperation, achieve- ment, attitude, courtesy, respect, dignity, re- liability, leadership, and participation in school activities. Sandra Ann Stewart Robert Yost Bonham Laura Lee Booze 29 SENIORS CLASS SPONSOR, MR. HOOPER 30 President, Harry Williams; Reporter, Eddie Icenhour; SCA Representative, Delbert Hender- son; Vice-President, Linda Hudson; Secretary, Lin Shipley. OFFICERS 31 Tobe Paulette Alexander Nancy Rachel Arnold Janice Carole Baker Martha Susan Bandy Gail Robert Arnold SENIORS Nadine Marie Allison 32 Brenda Faye Linda Lee Bledsoe Bolling CLASS OF ’63 Bobby Allen Booher Larry Eugene Booher Ronald Booher — mf Robert Yost Bonham 33 34 Dorothy Jean Janice Johnston Cross Cross Jessee Wayne Duckett Peggy Elaine Dugger Jackie Lou Eades Oscar Vernon Edwards 35 Ronald Clyde Ellis Edwin Guy Farmer SENIORS Anthony Graham Gilmer Daniel R. Hagy Sara Estelle Gobble Norma Gail Hagy James Fraley Paul E. F idler Beverly LuAnne Gentry Judy Ann Griffith 36 Samuel Graham Hambrick Catherine Ann Hamilton Nancy Jane Hawk CLASS OF ’63 37 William Lee Hudson Lewis Edward Icenhour Harry Allen Irwin Eddie Wayne Jackson Brian Donovan Jessee Julia Conly James Billy Wayne Kaylor 38 MU ' S, 39 SENIORS Clara June McCroskey Shirley Juanita McCracken Ronald Eugene McDaniel Brenda Lovegrove Annette Elizabeth Lowder Linda Lee Lowe 40 Curtis Moore Jacqueline Lee Moore CLASS OF ’63 Samuel Garnett Murray Linda Anne Nave Lee Allen Newton Landy Gail NidifFer 41 42 Dewey Reynolds Patsy Elizabeth Rhymer Sally Kay Richardson Donna Gene Roberts Paul Mack Robinson Lois Robinson Charles Winston Sams Barbara Carolyn Reedy Linda Lou Reedy Larry Robinson John W. Russell, Jr. 43 44 CLASS OF ’63 Paul H. Smith, Jr. Allen Andis Snodgrass Norma Kay Snodgrass Joyce Ann Slagle Sandra Ann Stewart James Kenneth Smiley Carol Faye Sproles Don William Stewart, Jr. I Kenneth Edward Stevens Emily Dawn Stewart Linda Faye Smith 45 Johnny Strickland Carolyn Sullivan Wanda Eloise Sullivan Roy Summerson Cordell Xorman Taylor Carolyn Jane Terry ' Constance Jean Terry Judy Ann Vance Virginia Lee Tipton Charles Wayne Vaughn Larry Douglas Volk 46 Mary Alice Walden Joan Elizabeth Walls Camellia Marie Ware Sharon Kaye Webb Martha Jo Whicker Sarah Ann Wilkinson Carlene Jean Whitlow Carl James Williams, Jr. Roy Earnest Ward Ann Wills Whitten Harry J. Williams 47 SENIORS OF ’63 Ann Harwood Woodward Elizabeth Jayne W orley Patty Ruth Worley Barbara Allen Wright James William Wright Judi W right Carole Faye Yarber Otha Paul Young, Jr. Barbara Tharon Wolfe Mary Jane Wolfe Robert Wayne Wolfe 48 Seniors enjoy the privilege of eating in the “Senior Dinette.” Becky Saunders takes a break from studying in the library. Girls catch up on the latest gossip at lunch. Senior girls order their calling cards. “I think my ring is prettier than yours.” 49 WHO’S MOST A THLETIC Joanne Maryanski Walter Skeens BEST PERSONA LITE Tony Gilmer Jackie Eades MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED MOST INTELLECTUAL (.ail Arnold Carol Baker Emily Stewart Delbert Henderson WHO BEST ALL AROUND Ann Stewart Yost Bonham MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST DRESSED Cam Ware WITTIEST Judy Holmes Lonnie Brooks Dennis King Blair Preston Connie and Carolyn Terry UNDERCLA SSMEN JUNIORS President Don YVoodhouse Vice President Rose Gammon Secretary Barbara Kell Treasurer Peggy Sentelle Reporter Walter Shelbourne 52 JUNIORS Don Woodhouse, Rose Gammon, Barbara Kell, Peggy Sentelle. Walter Shelbourne. OFFICERS 53 JUNIORS Sharon Adams JoAnn Arnold Susan Bailey Frances Booher Bill Ager Larry Azbill Jerry Barlow Peyton Boyd June Allison Judy Bacon Bobby Betters Beverlv Burke Janet Anderson Jerry Baijot Jimmy Beverly Ruth Ann Burnette Audrey Arnold Louise Bailey Mattie Blackburn Roger Caldwell 54 Barbara Campbell John Campbell Donna Combs Senah Copenhaver Courtney Cash Kay Cowan Patsy Cawood Susan Creasey Eddie Childress Brenda Curtis CLASS OF ’64 Jimmy Curtis Bill Dennison Clarence Darnell Danny Drinkard Richard Davidson John Drinkard Shirley Davis Herbert Dunn Paul DeArmond Robert Dutton 55 JUNIORS Judy Eades Susan Fiene Tommy Galyon Ann Griffin Dianne Edison Anne Fleming Rose Gammon Carolyn Griffith Jackie Ely Kathy Foryt Wendy Gasteiger Mike Groseclose Larry Faust Carolyn Freeman Diana Gedraytis Ronnie Groseclose Jimmy Fields John Galliher Carol Greene Judy Grubb 56 Nancy Grubbs Jean Hall Merle Hamilton Ricky Hamilton Ann Hanshew Rhea Harkleroad Bruce Harrison Kelly Hawkins Allen Haynes Jerry Haynes CLASS OF ’64 Linda Henegar Joe Hill Mickey Hoge Martha Horner Richard Horner Donald Hoss Linda Hoss Gary Hudson Christine Icenhour James Icenhour 57 Brenda Jackson Carol Keesee Emma Jean Jones Barbara Kell Skippy Jones Joe Keller Cindy Keeble Judy Kent Phil Keen Joyce Kent JUNIORS James Ketron Carolyn Leonard Linda King Dwight Leonard Andrea Kristofek Harry Leonard Terry Lane Larry Leonard Barbara Lawson Ronnie Leonard 58 CLASS OF ’64 Rudy Leonard Bobby Litton Bill McClellan Cathy McCorkle Hazel McCracken Elaine McDaniel Letticia Maiden Roy Maine Dennis Malone Peggy Meteer Bill Milhorn Bobby Moad Janice Montgomery Doris Moore Harold Morris Landa Mumpnwer Jerry Necessary Susan Necessary Jeffrey Oakes Marcella O dell 59 Jerry Opengari Carolyn Patrick Charles Peltier Ralph Pierce Robert Putman Frank Ramsey Janie Perry JoAnn Reisler Fred Pierce Charles Richards JUNIORS Sandra Richardson David Ringley Tim Robinson Rees Russell David Roark Sammy Rutter Delores Roark Peggy Sentelle Lee Roberts Wayne Settle 60 CLASS OF ’64 Peggy Sexton Roger Shankle Jimmy Sharrett Maxine Sharrett Ann Shearin Butch Shelton Walter Shelbourne Chris Shepherd Lynne Shepherd Jimmy Shipley Lynn Shipley Vicky Siddens Becky Skeens Margaret Sluder Charles Smith Frank Smith Gloria Smith Charles Spence Ray Sproles Freddie Stevenhagen 61 JUNIORS Patsy Stewart Carolyn Sutherland Anita Swartz Glenda Thomas Clayton Thompson Thane Thurman Buddy Thurston King Tilley Brenda Townsend Sharon Turner Linda Underwood Sue Vance Tudy Vrska Sandra Warren Babs Weiler Judy Wells David West Van Whitlow Wanda Widner Nancy Wiland 62 Kenneth Willis Don Woodhouse Betty Winters Carolyn Wright Joe Wolfe Cathy Wright Loella Wolfe Tonia Wyatt CLASS OF ’64 Judy Williams Marshall Wood Steve Wygal Juniors wait for their cues during the Junior Play. SOPHOMORES David Bush. Pam Burke, Joey Barrow, Nancy Poff. Allan Elliott. OFFICERS 64 Carolyn Allison Melva Allison Betsy Arnold Larry Ashley Ronnie Ashley Dianne Baker Betty Barger Donald Barker Joy Barker Joey Barrow Ann Baumgardner Randy Baumgardner Ronnie Baumgardner Clevie Bell Janice Bell Ricky Bellamy Janice Bennett Eddie Blackley Billy Bomar Arthur Booher Danny Booth Kenneth Bowman Darlene Brown Pam Burke Ralph Cain Kenneth Calhoun Jill Campbell Randy Ca mpbell Robert Campbell Janice Carrier David Cass Carolyn Clark Larry Clark Nancy Cumbow Roger Combs Tommy Combs Karen Corvin Don Creger Jimmy Criswell Alan Cross Sandra Crowe Jimmy Crumley Bobby Cumbow Brenda Cumbow Carl Cunningham Nancy Cunningham Alvin Davenport Brenda Davenport 65 Martha Davidson Davey Davis David Donnelly Basil Duff Kay Duncan David Eades Allan Elliot David Ellis Judy Elsea Barbara Ely Cara Ruth Entler Rod Eubanks Delores Farmer Jimmy Farmer Jan Faulkenberry Roger Faust Jimmy Feazell Phil Ferguson Belinda Fleenor Carol Fleenor Norma Fleenor Richard Fleenor Yolanda Fleenor Wanda Fogleman SOPHOMORES Judy Fowler Larry Fraley Mike Franklin Jerry Ganaway David Gemmell Yvonne Gentry Robert George Doris Gilliam Jim Gilly Steve Gobble Jerry Goodson Mickey C )oo dsc n Tommie Sue Gray Nancy Greenwell Charla Haber Faye Hamilton Martha Hampton Dennis Hare Betsy Harkleroad Faye Harlow Phyllis Harmon Jeff Harrison Martha Haw ' orth Brenda Hayes 66 Ann Hurt Melissa Hutton Della Sue Icenhour Roger Irwin Jane Jackson Freddy Jackson Carolyn James Christine Jenkins Betty Johnson Shelia Johnson Edith Johnston David Jones Doug Jones George Jones Jerry Kaylor David Keen John Kelly Gary Kestner Beverly King Frazier King Julie King Mike Kovacs Barbara Lasley Linda Lou Lee CLASS OF ’65 Linda Sue Lee James Leonard Patricia Leonard Sylvia Leonard Betty Litton Bobby Litton David Loggans Fred Lowe Carolyn McConnell Skip Maiden Mary Ann Marshall Emile Martin Patsy Mashbourne Barry Meade Barbara Mellett Brenda Melvin Larry Melvin Dorothy Mitchell F’rank Mitchell Patricia Moore Betty Morelock Albert Moretz Bobby Morgan David Morris 67 Susan Morrisey Tony Muller Ronnie M ullins Sidney Mullins Landon Mumpower Troy Mumpower Brenda Murray Fred Murray Bobby Musick Carolyn Nelson Chad Newton Glenna Nunley Eddie Osborne John Owen Sharon Owens Jeff Painter Carol Patrick Judy Perry Suzette Perryman Ganelle Pickle Bill Piotrowski Joe Plaski Nancy Poff Douglas Pritchard SOPHOMORES Judy Pullen Garland Pursley Judy Raines Barbara Randall Mel Reedy Barbara Ricker Brenda Ril ey Gerry Robinson Robert Robinson Shenna Robinson Judy Rogers Gary Rosenbaum Dotty Ross Wayne Rouse Kenny Russell Linda Russell Carole Sandoe W ayne Scott Bill Shaeffer Jackie Sharrett Don Shumaker Lucille Skeens Teddy Slagle Aleta Smith 68 Barbara Smith Dean Smith Glcnna Smith Joanne Smith Joe Smith Johnny Snyder David Spence Mary Spence Delmar Stapleton James Stevens Ray Stevens Norma Stout Jim Stringer Joyce Summerson Sammy Sutton Bobby Swartz John Taucher Carol Tester Byron Thayer Louise Thomason Linda Tipton Emma Sue Tolley Glenda Tritt Peggy Trivett CLASS OF ’65 Shelia Valient Barbara Venable Penny Vermillion Dennis Vine Melvin Walls Linda Wann Billy Ward Dreama Warf Debbie West Douglas Widner John Wilkinson Kenny Willis Janet Winters Nancy Witcher JoAnne Wolf Claude Wood Betty Wright Jerry Wright Karen Wright Wayne Wright Ken Wyatt Shelia Yates Carolyn Young Ronald Young 69 FRESHMAN Bill Kell, Justin Adams, Becky McNew, Brenda Curtis. OFFICERS 70 Justin Adams Bill Anderson Benny Ashley Sherrill Bar on Connie Bailey Elizabeth Bailey Eva Bailey Philip Balthis Kay Barker Carol Beaty Billy Bise Ronnie Blake Evelyn Blaylock Cheryl Bourne Billy Bowman Gary Brent Mickey Brewer Patricia Bridgeman Paul Brittle Patty Brooks Rickey Brown Betty Browning Shirley Browning Kathy Buck Claudia Bullock Scott Bullock Linda Burke Robert Burklow Linda Burton 71 CLASS OF ’66 Brenda Cadle Frances Campbell Larry Campbell Barbara Canter Billy Canter Ronnie Canter Benard Carter Jeneine Cartier Perry Cartwright Frank Cash Junior Chapman Connie Clark Phyllis Clark Ronnie Clark Anthony Cody Wayne Cole Carolyn Collins Joe Combs Ronnie Combs Frank Cordle Tommy Cornett Joanne Counts Becky Cowan Clifford Cox Dennis Cox Wayne Cox Jerry Cross Raymond Cross Ronnie Cruise Jane Crumley Judy Crusenberry Brenda Curtis John Daniel Kathy Davenport Joe Davidson Gene Denton Hazel Denton Rosemary Dezarn Wayne Dollinger Carolyn Drinkard Bobby Dunn Ann Ruth Dutton Billy Eller Mary Eller Bobby Ellis Jean Ellis Elbert Ely Carol Fagan Bill Faust Jimmy Fee Philip Felty Bruce Ferguson Phil Fleenor Joe Francis M arie Fraley Pam Galliher Janet Gemmell Greg Gibson Helen Gill Ronnie Glover Jimmy Goodman Frank Goodpasture Peggy Goodpasture £3 ■ ' %% - % % c 1 Ad ( 14 1: 11 1 i ft Uil 1 72 FRESHMEN tfil ilk ItidUdXi A aA4 Tldh dkift Brenda Greer Carol Grizzle Woody Hall Betsy Hambrick Phil llainilt on Phyllis Hamilton Freddie Harrison Jerry 1 larrison Larry Harrison Robin Harrison Harold Hartley Jimmy Hawk Lillian Hawk Alice Hawkins Linda Haw kins Peggy Hawkins Kathy I lawks Linda Hayes Vivian Henson Susie Herndon Betty Hines Mike Hodgson Kenneth Hopkins Raymond Howington Frank Hubbard Kitty Jackson Larry Jackson Tommy James Veda James Tommy Johnson Kenneth Johnson Paul Johnson Judy Johnson Brenda Jones Jimmy Kaylor Jimmy Kessee Bill Kell James Kent Von Kestner Elizabeth King Julia King Linda King Pat King Dwight Kirk Harold Kistner Judy Koltunski Jacequeline Kristofck Mike Lampkins Judy Lawson Betty Leonard Cheryl Leonard Danny Leonard Lynn Leonard Paul Leonard Paulette Leonard Mike Logan James Love Jimmy Lovelace Wanda Lyttle Marilyn McConnell Rudy McCray Sue McFadden Phil McFarlane CLASS OF ’ 66 73 Becky McNevv Myrtle McVey Becki Maiden Patty Mason Marilyn Mayes Joan Meade Sharon Middleton David Miller Steve Miller Kenneth Minnick Roy Minnick Tony Minnick Danny Minor Truman Mitchell Paula Moad David Montgomery Fred Moore Glen Moore Philip Moore Rita Moore Linda Morris Myrtle Morris Ramona Morton Lonnie Mulkey Rodney Mullins Kenneth Musick Sally Musick Jimmy Nave Alvin Necessary Paula Nelson Starr Nelson Judy Newton Judy O ' Dell Brenda O ' Neal David Peltier Judy Pendergrass Janice Perry Ronnie Phiefer Dianne Phillipi Curtis Phillips Gary Pippin Barry Pitman Dorothy Porter Barbara Rachel Steve Rainero Charles Reedy Jerry Rhymer Doris Roberts J. S. Roberts Carol Robinette Peggy Robins Louise Robinson Claude Roe John Roe Eddie Rosenbaum Janice Rouse Dale Rucker Neal Salyers Linda Sampson Dickie Sanderson Curtis Sauls Merietta Scott Gail Sexton 411 74 FRESHMEN dikJi} Edna Sharrett Janie Sharrett Andrea Shipley Ronnie Shipley Ronnie Silcnx Sammy Silcox Harvey Silvers Linda Simms Frank Slack Maxie Slack Carol Slaughter Ralph Slaughter Randall Smeltzer Alvin Smiley Joe Smiley Allen Smith Linda Smith Susan Smith Terry Smith Toni Snypes Tommy Sproles Linda Stallard Charlene Stanley Peggy Stanton Dwanna Stapleton James Stapleton Joyce Stapleton Daphne Statzer Ann Stevens Bill Stover Wayne Stratton Butch Sykes Johnny Terry Jackie Tester Bobby Jean Thompson Randall Thompson Ann Thurston Pat Tillison Susan Tolbert Connie Townsend Brenda Trivette Wayne Trivette Virginia Trivette Cathy Underwood Dewayne Vaughn Fred Venable Challen Walling Druscila Warf Wilbert Watson Toni Wheeler Alvin Whitaker Sally Widner Fred Wilson David Wolfe Jewel Dean Wolfe Barbara Worley Margaret Worley Jimmy Worrell Jay Wright Sue Wright Danny Wyatt Sue Wyatt Victor York CLASS OF ’ 66 75 SCHOOL SPIRIT IN THE CLASSROOM SOCIAL STUDIES Harry Williams listens as Mr. Curcio discusses the 16 th ammendment. Geography students increase their knowledge of the world by use of a globe. World history students listen attentively as Mr. Watford explains a historical event. Bill Milhorn confers with his “kitchen cabinet” in Miss Brown’s history class. Miss Butler translates a recording for her Spanish II class. Latin classes listen to a translation on the tape recorder. LANGUAGES English class listens to a poem read by Mrs. Booth. Mrs. DeBusk’s French class uses audio-visual aids in learning. SCIENCE A demonstration of titration is exhibited by Mr. Peters for his chemistry class. Charts aid biology students in their study of the human body. Mrs. VanNostrand’s science class learns the use of meter sticks. MA THEM A TICS Judy Holmes interprets the “Breakdown of the Sales Dollar” in general math. The set theory in modern math is explained by Mr. Rasnick to his solid geometry class. Mrs. Blevins explains an algebraic problem while students work at the board. 77 VOCA TIONAL Typing class drills for speed. Brenda Curtis practices using cash register by giving change to Harry Irwin. Students increase their shorthand vocabulary with the help of Mrs. Loggans. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Girls ' gym class develops its skill at volleyball. Sophomore boys warm up with exercises. Home Economics girls make Christmas decorations for projects. Directors and participants of the safe driving exhibi- tion. Judy Vance and Johnny Ellis work on painting. Arthur Booher applies finishing touches to shop project. :i PRACTICAL AND FINE ARTS Mr. Pearson explains drawing to Joey Barrow ' . Ronnie Groseclose makes speech to his class. Mixed Chorus rehearses for a performance Christmas concert is given by the band STUDENT COOPERA TIVE ASSOCIA TION THE VIRGINIAN THE LITTLE VIRGINIAN BETA CLUB ALPHA FOUNDATION BOYS’ HI-Y TRI-DEL TA - TRI-HI- Y BETA FOUND A TION KEY CLUB GIRLS’ A THLETIC ASSOCIA TION LES BEAUX — ARTS CLUB LIBRARY CLUB BIBLE CLUB JOSEPH B. VAN PELT CLUB FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA CLUB LATIN CLUB FRENCH CLUB SPANISH CLUB FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION DIVERSIFIED OCCUPA TIONS Y- TEENS BAND N ORGANIZE TIONS • %. -mP h ww r M A turn ■ 7 ] ,1 i i . OFFICERS: Ann Stewart, President; Don Woodhouse, Vice-President; Jim Gilly, Secre- tary; Susan Bailey, Treasurer; Barbara Kell, Reporter. The Student Co-operative Association is an organization which acts as a link between the administration and the students. This organization co-ordinates activ- ities of all clubs, and the officers act as representatives of the student body. The S.C.A. Council is composed of representatives from each homeroom, and the presidents of all clubs and organizations, functions as the student government. Funds for the organization come through the sale of school supplies and candy each morning and afternoon. STUDENT CO-OPERA TIVE ASSOCIA TION REPRESENTATIVES: 1st ROW: Ware, Coalson, Roberts, Dugger, Wolfe, Rawn, Hobbs, Stewart, Mellett, Keesling, Booze, Haber. 2nd ROW: Owens, Keeble, Stout, Sentelle, Wright, Terry, Eades, Terry, Mo- ser, Woodward, Robinette, Gammon. 3rd ROW: Crumley, Ward, Tilley, Harrison, Denton, Swartz, Harkleroad, Icenhour, Bonham, Williams, Moad, Terry, Reedy, Scott. THE VIRGINIAN Business Manager — Sharon Turner Co-Editors — Ann Woodward Judy Owens EDITORIAL STAFF 1st ROW: King, Keesling, Betters, Siddens, Icenhour, Gasteiger, Brown. 2nd ROW: Woodward, Boyd, Harkleroad, Owens. 84 1st ROW: Sutherland, Turner, Foryt. 2nd ROW: Johnston, Thomason. BUSINESS STAFF 85 CO-EDITORS Cam Ware Jane Wolfe THE LITTLE VIRGINIAM The Little Virginian is the newspaper put out monthly by and for the students of Virginia High School. The staff, selected by the co-editors and sponsors, en- deavors to inform the students of current school news, encourages school spirit, and develops journalistic skills. Each year the assistant co-editors attend S.I.P.A. at Lexington, Virginia. 86 1st ROW: Brooks, Fleming, Bailey, Whitten. 2nd ROW: Ringley, Haber, Entler, Bolling, Nave, Hobbs, Kyle. 3rd ROW: Dennison, Maiden, Jackson, Cash, Burke. EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF Irf ROW: King, Stewart, Shipley. 2nd ROW: Mr. Lester Hall, Cash, Moore, Mrs. Dons Booth. 87 1st ROW: Woodward, Hobbs, Dugger. Shipley, Wolfe, Keesling, Sutherland, Wiland. 2nd ROW: Shelbourne, Necessary, King, Siddens, Boyd. Woodhouse, Sentelle, Rawn, Keeble. 3rd ROW: Stewart. Booze, Griffin. Coalson, Gammon, Foryt, Ware, Lowder, Gasteiger. BETA CLUB President — Jane Wolfe Vice-President - Marilyn Keesling Secretary — Peggy Dugger Treasurer — Lin Shipley Reporter — King Tilley To encourage effort, promote character, and to stimulate achievement are the objectives of the Beta Club, a scholastic honor organization. This club takes care of the information desk, has an induction as- sembly for new members, and sells paperback books as a moneymaking project. The Beta Billies, a musi- cal combo, sing for civic organizations. 88 1st ROW: Miss Litton, Barker, Wright, Brown, Nave, Allison, Snodgrass, Eades, Baker, Millsaps, Bolling. 2nd ROW: Allison, Sharret, Robinson, King, Eades, Townsend, Leonard, Cowan, Thomas, Perry, Horner. ALPHA FOUNDATION The Alpha Chapter of the Junior Parrish Vance Foundation is a girls’ service club whose purpose is to serve and to promote friendship in the school and community. Some of the moneymaking projects are — light bulb sale, rummage sales, bake sales, and the Powder Puff Football game. Each year the Alpha sends a mentally retarded child to camp. President — Jackie Eades Vice-President — Judy Wright Secretary — Nadene Allison Treasurer - — Linda Bolling Reporter — Carol Baker Chaplain — Lina Nave Historian - — Karen Millsaps Sergeant-at-Arms — Jean Barker Pi ogram Chairman — - Cheryl Brown Sweetheart — Allen Snodgrass 89 1st ROW: Scott, Bonham, Skeens, James, Fanner, Sams, Newton. 2nd ROW: Mr. Wilkin- son, Booher, Swartz, Criswell, Henderson, Brooks, Curtis, Milhom, Stringer. 3rd ROW: Wolfe, Maiden, Rucker, Hooper, Terry, Robinson, Barlow, Betters, Mr. French. BOYS’ HI-T President — Yost Bonham Vice-President — Walter Skeens Secretary — Charles Sams Treasurer — Jimmy Fanner Chaplain — Mickey Scott Sweetheart — Connie James The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character. Working on the dime board, the March of Dimes, and gathering clothes for the Salvation Army are a few of the projects undertaken by the club. Members are selected on the basis of leadership, scholarship, and character. Jimmy Curtis sells Phil Hamilton some peanuts for the March of Dimes. Charlie Sams and Skip Maiden do their share of work at Hi-Y car wash. 90 1st ROW: Gasteiger, Combs, James, Terry, Arnold, Terry, Owens, Hobbs, Stewart, Mrs. Blevins. 2nd ROW: Shumate, Thomason, Harkleroad, Entler, Hurt, Hayes, Foryt, Vance, Burnette, Kenny, Freeman. 3rd ROW: Coalson, Sutherland, Hamilton, Stewart, Fleming, King, Holmes, Perry, Smith, Moore, Dugger. TRI-DEL TA - TRI-HI- Y The Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y is a religious organization which works to develop worth based on Christian concepts and values. The Delta Devils play the Alpha Angels in the annual Powder Pull Football game. Each year a fifty-dollar scholarship is awarded to a member chosen by the club. President — Connie Terry Vice-President — Connie James Secretary — Carolyn Terry Treasurer — Marcia Hobbs Chaplain — Judy Owens Sergeant-at-Arms — Patsy Stewart Historian and Reporter - — Donna Combs Activities Chairman — Wendy Gasteiger Sweetheart — Gail Arnold Diana Gedraytis makes a contribution to Brenda Hayes for the March of Dimes. Delta girls cut confetti for the V-T game. 91 1st ROW: Alexander Jones. Moser. Gilmer, Warf, Vance, McDaniel, Mrs. Neff. 2nd ROW: Donnelly, McCroskey, Roark, Arnold, Adams, Brantley, Whitlow, Moore. 3rd ROW: Mai- den, Maryanski, Distefano, Barker, Collins, Lawson, Ely, Grubbs. BETA FOUNDATION President — - Pat Moser The Beta Foundation attempts to promote growth Vice-President — Emma Jean Jones Reporter — Judy Vance Secretary Treasurer — Elaine McDaniel Chaplain — Dreina Warf Sweetheart — Tony Gilmer of character, friendship, and co-operation through the members of the club, the school, and the com- munity. Some of the civic projects of the club in- clude a Thanksgiving and a Christmas basket for a needy family, taking a Santa Pal, and helping the Salvation Army on the dime board. These projects were, in part, financed by the sale of peanuts on the patio during lunch. Emma Jean Jones sells a bag of peanuts to Gary Rosenbaum. The children of the Tri-State Baptist Children’s Home are visited by Beta Foundation at Christmas. 92 1st ROW: Preston, Snodgrass, Baker, Stevens, Odum, Blankenship. 2nd ROW: Shelbourne, Kell, Goodpasture, Wood, Horner, Hoge, Leonard, Crumley. 3rd ROW: Mr. H. Cum- mins, Drinkard, Harkleroad, King, DeArmond, Tilley, Wright. KEY CLUB The Virginia High School Key Club, in affiliation with Key Club International, is sponsored by the school through the Kiwanis Club. Although the club is listed as a service club, its duties and obligations embrace a wide range of yearly performances. The club fosters initiative, integrity, and scholarship for its twenty members. President — Blair Preston Vice-President - - Allen Snodgrass Secretary — Eddy Stevens Treasurer — David Odum Sergeant-at-Anns — Claude Blankenship Sweetheart — Carole Baker The Key Club sells concessions at all home basketball games. The morning duty notice for the teachers is posted by Allen Snodgrass. 93 1st ROW: Fagon, B. Ely, Eades, Skeens, Hagy, Gentry. Hilbig. 2nd ROW: Sampson, Jones, O’dell, Shipley, James, Leonard, Philipi, O l dell, Slaughter, Siddens. 3rd ROW: Mrs. Davis, Ellis, J. Ely, Hoss, Hawkins, Clark, King, Maryanski, Moad, Hawk, Hall, Barker. GIRLS’ A THLETIC ASSOCIA TION President — - Brenda Eades Vice-President — Norma Hagy Secretary Treasurer — Brenda Hilbig Sweetheart — Walter Skeens The purpose of this organization is to encourage the girls in the school and in all phases of the physi- cal education program, to promote good scholarship and school spirit, to establish the ideal of health, and to develop a true spirit of sportsmanship in all the members. G.A.A. officers pose for camera. Students and teachers prepare for start of volley- ball game after school. 94 1st ROW: Spence, Grosclose, Williams, Phipps, Galyon, Lester, Rutter. 2nd ROW: Brown, Hayes, Shumate, Cowan, Thomas, Holmes, Terry, Terry, Lawson, Fleming, Moore, Gray, Perryman, McCorkle, Siddens, Poff. 3rd ROW: James, Hurt, Wiland, Sentelle, Anderson, Haworth, Stout, Gilliam, Vance, Wright, Moser, Wells, King, Hambrick, Harrison, Mrs. Kovacs. 4th ROW: Lowder, Leonard, Perry, Freeman, Smith, Perry, Lee, Allison, Lee, Mill- saps, Barger, Vermillion, Copenhaver, Bolling, Barker. LES BEAUX- A RTS Les Beaux-Arts Club promotes a better under- standing and appreciation of art. Through practical experience in all phases of theatrical production it also provides an opportunity for self-expression, in- terpretation, and recognition. President — Carolyn Terry Vice-President — Barbara Lawson Secretary — Jackie Moore Treasurer — Ann Fleming Social Chairman — Connie Terry Les Beaux girls prepare a flower arrangement for the art room. Tommie Sue Gray illustrates the use of shading in a picture. 95 1st ROW: Rawn. Gilmer. Haworth, Couch. Keesling, Brown, Necessary. Piotrowski. 2nd ROW: Roark, Hamilton, Hawks. Hawks, Nelson. Little. 3rd ROW: Tolbert, Tester, Fagon, Ellis. Sampson, Milhorn. 4th ROW: Cash. Widener, Miss Cooper. Davis Goodson, Thayer, Trivette. Wilkinson, Ward. LIBRARY CLUB President — Barbara Rawn Vice-President — Tony Gilmer Secretary — Martha Haworth Treasurer — Louise Couch Chaplain — Susan Necessary Reporter — Marilyn Keesling Historian — Darlene Brown The Library Club seeks to encourage the reading of good books, to develop leadership abilities, to im- prove the library program, and to stimulate interest in library work as a career. The main money-making project is the sale of all occasion and Christmas cards. 96 lst ROW: Moad, Gobble, O’dell, Necessary, Wells, Little. 2nd ROW: O’dell, Slaughter, Swartz, Davis, Grubbs, Edison. 3rd ROW: Booher, Smith, Miss Brown, Ward, Creasy. BIBLE The Bible Club exists for the purpose of encour- aging young Christians to grow spiritually. The club sponsors morning devotions and an assembly pro- gram. It presents pocket calendars and book markers with imprinted Scriptures to the student body. The club contributes on special occasions to several re- ligious organizations of the community. CLUB President - Susan Necessary Vice-President - Wanda Little Secretary Treasurer — Marcella O’dell Devotional Chairman — Sarah Gobble Publicity Chairman — Judy Wells Susan Necessary leads morning devotion in the little cafeteria. Shirley Davis passes out pocket calendars imprinted with Scripture verses. 97 1 st ROW: Keesling, Saunders, McCroskey, Dugger, Couch. 2nd ROW: Kristofek, Rawn, Combs, Collins. 3rd ROW: Booher, Tipton, Patrick, Lovegrove, Wells, Mrs. Tankersly. JOSEPH B. VAN PELT CLUB — F.T.A. President — Peggy Dugger Vice-President - - Louise Couch Secretary — Clara McCrosky Treasurer — Emily Stewart Reporter — Laura Lee Booze Historian — Marilyn Keesling Chaplain - Becky Saunders The Joseph B. Van Pelt Club is an organization for students who are interested in the teaching pro- fession. One of the main purposes is to cultivate qualities of leadership, character, and scholarship among students. Each year the club sponsors projects such as teachers’ teas, and the Baby Picture Contest. Members also attend the annual state-wide F.T.A. Convention. 98 1st ROW: Roberts, Brown, Gedraytis, Johnston, Ross, Odum, Shipley, Harrison, Robinette. 2nd ROW: Robbins, Carrier, Wheeler, Stanley, Leonard, Fowler, Fleenor, Gerrunell, Crum- ley, Thomas, Freeman, Cowan. 3rd ROW: McFadden, Leonard, Hamilton, Hawks, Mrs. Coleman, Moser, Ellis, Mrs. Van Nostrand, Perry, Perry, Perry, Morrisey, Thomason, Flee- nor, Hawks. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The purpose of the F.H.A. is to help preserve the idea of home life and to develop a well-balanced program for living. The club works to carry out the projects set up on the national, state, and local levels, and to serve the community and the school. President — Donna Roberts Vice-President — Darlene Brown Secretary Treasurer — Dottie Ross Activities Chairman — Edith Johnston Historian — Robin Harrison Parliamentarian — Andrea Shipley Reporter — Carol Robinette Chaplain — Diana Gedraytes Sweetheart — David Odum Mrs. Sam Hicks lectures at F.H.A. members prepare to take gifts to Santa Pals. club on hair styling. 99 1st ROW: Mrs. Daniel, Cartwright, Bush, Meade, Gasteiger, Haber, Necessary, Musick, Franklin, Plaski, Shumaker. 2nd ROW: King, Moad, Jackson, Stout, Gray, Gedraytis, Hayes, Crumley, Perryman, Haworth, Young, Wolfe. 3rd ROW: Baker, Mellet, Lee, King, Fagon. Ashley, Johnston, Drinkard, Gemmell, Crumley, Hawkins, Burke, Sutherland, Mc- Daniel, Brown. LATIN CLUB President — Bobby Musick Vice-President — Jerry Necessary Secretary — Wendy Gasteiger Treasurer — Charla Haber Sergeant-at-Arms - — Barry Meade Newly-formed in October of 1962 the Latin Club is open to all Latin students. The main objective is to promote interest in Latin. Some of the members attended the State Junior Classical League Conven- tion in October of this year. Members of the Latin Club discuss which records to play at their Christmas dance. Miss Butler officially installs Bobby Musick as president of the Latin Club. 100 1st ROW: Wright, Kenny, Vance, Whitlow, Coalson, Duncan, Copenhaver. 2nd ROW: Barger, King, Tipton, Cunningham, Hurt, Hayes, Anderson, Hutton. 3rd ROW: Hamilton, Eubanks, Tipton, Boyd, Groseclose, Mays, Corvin, Leonard. FRENCH CLUB The main objective of the French Club is to give all the students taking French an opportunity to learn more about the lives, language, and customs of the French people. Some of the club projects are — assisting the Red Cross in the Jr. Red Cross drive, sponsoring a Santa Pal, and giving tray favors to the Veterans Flospital and to the Hicks Nursing Home. President — Judi Wright Vice-President — Judy Vance Secretary — Carlene Whitlow Treasurer — Louise Coalson Reporter — Kay Duncan Program Chairman — Ginny Kenny Club members bring the scrap book up to date. A bulletin board is decorated by the French Club members. ‘- ' i nwu, 101 1st ROW: Eades, Creger, Keller, Drinkard, McDaniel, Saunders, Harkleroad, Thomason, Keesling, Rawn, Boyd. 2nd ROW: Piotrowski, Sentelle, Perry, Perry, Smith, Gobble, Fowler, Vermillion, Entler, Bailey, Meade, Slack, Rainero. 3rd ROW: Miss Butler, Stanley, Mason, Owen, Wheeler, Leonard, Large, Woodward, Ager, Burnette, Booher, Kristofek, Wells, Flee- nor, Leonard Howington. EL CLUB ESPANOL President - — Marilyn Keesling Vice-President — Barbara Rawn Secretary — Louise Thomason Treasurer — • Peyton Boyd Reporter — Becky Saunders Historian — Betsy Harkleroad El Club Espanol was established in 1961 in order to give students interested in Spanish an opportunity to broaden their knowledge of the language and the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. The club fosters international friendship through correspond- ence with girls and boys of the same age in other lands. Marilyn Keesling introduces Ino Martinez to Spanish Club as their guest speaker. The Spanish Club officers discuss coming projects and programs. 102 1st ROW: Worley, Blackburn, Blackburn, Griffin. 2nd ROW: Witcher, Roark, Fleenor, Cun- ningham, Barker, Hanshew. 3rd ROW: Miss Shanka, Worley, West, Baumgardener, Wolfe, Wells. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA The purpose of the F.B.L.A. is to develop knowl- edge of the business world, to help each member grow in personality, and to render service to the school and community. Members sell programs at home football games and type material for surveys conducted by the business department. President — Patty Blackburn Vice-President — Matty Blackburn Secretary — Patty Worley Treasurer — Tom Malone Reporter — - Carolyn Griffith 103 ▼ m ™ ▼ 1 ' Bafl Mr ' ■ jp zM - 9 K S£hE - S § - J l Aj W- m l ; fa ■B jHM ft f i I n I M § B W ’• , i 1 i 1 SO’ " • .a , ■ » — • y IfHFH ■ r |[T , W . Sf Jm - Jrn si 1st ROW: Mr. J. Cummins, Shearin, Henegar, Ellis, McCracken, Reedy, Jackson, Large, Wright. 2nd ROW: Wright, Edison, Marshall, Cox, Rhymer, Campbell, Widener, Curtis, Icenhour, Robinson. 3rd ROW: Browning, Morris, Duckett, Cox, Irwin, Harkleroad, Cox, Sproles, Thurston, Kaylor, Smith. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION President - J. W. Wright Vice-President — Linda Reedy Secretary — Shirley McCracken Treasurer — Eddie Jackson Reporter — Linda Pleneger Parliamentarian — Kenneth Large Social Secretary — Ann Sherian The Distributive Education Club is an integral part of every Distributive Education Program in Vir- ginia and is composed of all students taking part in Distributive Education. Through the activities of the club, students are taught leadership and learn to re- gard the field of distribution as a profession. D.E. students present teachers with apples dur- ing A.E.W. Members of D.E. prepare for a faculty tea. 104 1st ROW: West, Mumpower, Sheperd, Kaylor, Reisler, Davidson, Volk, Ward, Mrs. Boyd. 2nd ROW: Dunn, Newton, Whicker, Sapp, Lowe, Cannon, Nunley, Fraley. 3rd ROW: Fields, Flaynes, Booher, Blankenship, Pierce, Taylor, Pendergrass, Floss, Longnecker, Cross, Waddell, Booher. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPA TIONS Diversified Occupations provides part-time, paid, vocational, industrial, on-the-job training for high school juniors and seniors. It is a co-operative ar- rangement between a community’s trade and indus- trial enterprises and the high school. It helps in the development of proper attitude and leadership qual- ities. President — Roy Ward Vice-President — Larry Volk Second Vice-President — Richard Davidson Secretary Reporter — Joanne Reisler Treasurer - Roger Shepherd Sergeant-at-Arms — Bill Kaylor A bulletin board illustrating D.O. is prepared by Roy Ward and Bill Kaylor. Jo Ann Reisler works in the D.O. Program as a dental assistant to Doctor Tiller. 105 1 st ROW: Miss Litton, Mumpower, Shepperd, Stewart, Duncan. 2nd ROW: Rachel, Vance, Gilliam, Philippi, Harrison, Barker, Moad. 3rd ROW: Lawson, Haworth, Johnston, James Clark, Davidson. 4th ROW: Yates, Tipton, Williams, Fleenor, Brown, Fleenor, Howington. T- TEENS President — Landa Mumpower Vice-President — Barbara Lawson Secretary — Lynne Shepperd Treasurer — Carol Barker The Y-Teens are girls in Y-Teen Clubs who be- long to a world-wide fellowship of women and girls of ever) ' race, creed, nationality, and occupation in Y.YV.C.A. ' s in more than seventy countries. The Y- Teen ' s chief money making project is the potato chip sale. Members pose for camera before leaving for “Sip and 106 1 st ROW: Brittle, Eller, Carrier, S. Smith, Jackson, M. McConnell, L. Smith, Nunley, Burke, Gilbert, L. King, Sandoe, Sampson, Allison, Mullins, Yates, Cambell, Duff, Bowman. 2nd ROW: Bailey, Hanshew, Gillenwater, Galliher, Greenwell, Mumpower, Cody, Hudson, Dan- iel, Wright, S. Wilkinson, Wyatt, E. Smith, J. Wilkinson, Erwin, Russell, Goodson, Ganna- way, 3rd ROW: Ely, McDaniels, Gibson, J. King, Putman, St. John, Caldwell, Tolley, War- ren, Cass, Gilliam, Brewer, Osborne, Booze, Peak, Lampkins, Brooks, T. Smith, Rob- erts, Jones, Malone. Majorettes: Brown, Kent, Corvin, Nave, McConnell, Leonard, Eades. Drum Majorette: Richardson. THE BIG ORANGE BAND Mr. Hamp Richardson, director, and Mr. Rolland Seward, assistant band director, display the five trophies won by the Big Orange Band in seven days. These trophies were won during the Southeastern Band Festival and the Chattanooga Band Festival. 107 Cheryl Brown, Judy Kent, Karen Corvin, Linda Nave - Head Majorette, Carolyn McCon- nell, Sylvia Leonard. Judy Eades. MAJORETTES BAND COUNCIL STANDING: Jack King. 1st ROW: Sally Kay Richardson, Johnny Russell, Janice Carrier, Laura Lee Booze, Linda Nave. 2nd ROW: Bill Hudson, Cheryl Brown, Lonnie Brooks, Carolyn McCon- nell, Tommy Malone. 108 i DRUM MAJORETTE Sally Kay Richardson The Big Orange Band supported the football team in the fall and provided exciting and colorful shows during the half times. At the Southeastern Band Fes- tival, the band received a Division 1 rating and the majorettes won a first place award. At the Chatta- nooga Band Festival, the band received another Di- vision 1 rating, the majorettes won a superior award and the drum majorette won a superior award. The band had an extensive concert season, includ- ing the Spring Festival, assemblies for the city’s schools and the annual Spring Concert in May. ALL ST A TE BAND 1st ROW: Janice Carrier, Carolyn McConnell, Sheila Yates, Bill Hudson, Gloria Smith, Jane Gillenwater, Sally Kay Richardson. 2nd ROW: June Carol Allison, Jill Cambell, Ron- nie Mull ins, Jack King, Robert Putman, Lee Roberts, Lonnie Brooks, Laura Lee Booze. 3rd ROW: David Cass, Jerry Gannaway. 1st ROW: Miss Lindamood, Sharett, Pickel, Moore, Statzer, King, Kestner, Sykes, Nave, Hudson. Hudson. Curtis, Sexton. Roberts, Hobbs. 2nd ROW: Collins, Harrison, Collins, Spence, McVey, Townsend. Thomas, Fraley, Vaughn, Gilmer, Cross, Crowe, Young, Perry. 3rd ROW: Nelson, Campbell, Patrick, Wolfe, Wells. Jackson, Hartley, Wyatt, Azbill, Keller, Counts, Shumate, Trivett. 4th ROW: Skeens, Mashburn, Freeman, Mumpower, Gullian, Creasy. De Armond, Curtis, Maine, Sharret, Stapleton, Middleton, Hall, Lovegrove. MIXED CHORUS Miss Lindamood, Director. This past year the Mixed Chorus has given many entertaining programs. They have given six concerts, appeared on television, and participated in school assemblies. The chorus ' main objective is to enjoy its work while entertaining others. The chorus is proud to announce that out of seven delegates four are in the All-State Chorus. 110 TRIO Miss Lindamood, Sam Rutter, Tony Gilmer, Jim Curtis. SEXTET Miss Lindamood, Jane Jackson, Pat Collins, Brenda Curtis, Gail Sexton, Linda Hudson, Brenda Hudson. OFFICERS Accompanist, Lynda Hobbs; President, Tony Gilmer; Vice President, Linda Hudson; Secre- tary, Jim Curtis; Treasurer, Brenda Hudson; Reporter, Janice Cross; Historians, Connie Townsend and Myrtle McVey. A THLETICS Carolyn Terry, Barbara Kell, Ann Stewart, Ginny Kenny. Brenda Hudson, Linda Bolling, and Carol Baker, Head Cheerleader. Linda Bolling urges students to buy shakers for an upcoming game. Cheerleaders boost school spirit by singing a school song over public address system. I CHEERLEADERS Our girls smile for the camera. Ut ROW: Bruce Harrison, G. P, Pursley, Jimmy Beverly, David Ringley, Blair Preston, Richard Horner, Robert George. Kenneth Calhoun, Tim Robinson, Larry LaPointe, Eddie Blackley. 2nd ROW: Joe Wolfe, Richard Davidson, Emile Martin, Jimmy Curtis, Yost Bonham, Marshall Wood, Don Woodhouse, Don Stewart, Tommy Shutters, Bill Long- Coach Harry Johnson 116 necker, Gail Arnold, Bobby Betters, Jerry Baijot. 3rd ROW: Sam Shelbeldeen, John Galliher, Buddy Gobble, Lonnie Brooks, Sam Harnbrick, Jimmy Parks, Larry Robinson, Jerry Woods, Danny Crowe, Allen Snodgrass, Ronnie Young, Bobby Jessee, George Jones, John Taff. SCOREBOARD TENNESSEE: Tennessee — 55 2 , Va. High - MARION SALTVILLE: Abingdon 51, Saltville - Marion — 31, Va. High - ABINGDON — MARION: Marion — - 65.6, Abingdon DISTRICT MEET: Graham — 88, Saltville - Marion — 26, Va. High - 453 4 40 28 i a 40, 17 60.3, Va. High — 22.1 Tazewell — 35 , 1962 TRACK TEAM The Virginia High Bearcats faced excessive competition during the 1962 season. However, Bobby Branson almost managed to tie the school record in the hundred yard dash in 10.3 seconds, which was set by Robert Coltrane in 1959 with 10.2 seconds. Danny Crowe managed to set a new school record for the discus throw with the distance of 120 feet and 10 inches. Bobby Betters, Jimmy Parks, and Sammy Hambrick also brought in points for the team. Up and over Arnold Parks takes the lead. Lonnie Brooks hurls the discus. Bobby Jessee and Allen Snodgrass prepare to “take off.” 117 SCOREBOARD " 62 " Tennessee 10 Va. High Saltvi lie 4 Va. High Abina ;don 1 Va. High Gate Citv 3 Va. High Marion 3 Va. High Abina ;don ' 1 Va. High Saltvi lie — 1 Va. High Marion 2 Va. High Gate City 3 Va. High Training School - 9 Va. High Coach Harold Poe The Bearcats had a very successful season during 1962 under the coaching of Harold Poe. Their record of six wins and four losses achieved for them the “District Championship.” The majority of the pitching was done by Brian Jessee. Leading at bat were Eddie Icenhour, Jimmy Farmer, and Jeff Combs. 1st ROW: Babe Beckner, Eddie Stevens, Don Rucker, Al- David Faulkner, Brian Jessee, Gary Rosenbaum, Landon bert Moretz, Kenny Russell, Jerry Barlow, Jimmy Stringer, Mumpower, Jeff Combs, Eddie Icenhour, Jerry Slagle, Merle Hamilton, Joe Wolfe. 2nd ROW: Tommy Maryanski, Jimmy Farmer. 118 119 Jimmy Crumley 120 1st ROW: Bill Ager, Charles Sams, Mike Groseclose, Skip Maiden, Bobby Baskerville, Jimmy Crumley, Marvin Gallo- way. 2nd ROW: Steve Wygal, Danny Drinkard, Robert Putman, Wayne Wolfe, Olin Mumpower, David Blankenship, Richard Pit ini , Harry Williams, Rees Russell. 1962 TENNIS TEAM Coach Bob Coleman SCOREBOARD “62” King College 1 Va. High Johnson City 2 Va. High Bluff City 0 Va. High Tennessee tie Va. High W y 1 0 1 tie During the 1962 season, Virginia High, under the coaching of Bob Coleman had a record of two wins, three losses, and one tie. The tie, a score of three to three, was with Tennessee High. The major starting six were Rees Russell, Jimmy Crumley, Harry Williams, Charles Sams, Wayne Wolfe, and Skip Maiden. 121 Jim Osborne putts for a birdie. 1962 GOLF TEAM Corky Brumet Jimmy Gilly Isn’t that a “sandtrap” Boone? 4 Boone Slack 122 SCOREBOARD “62” Marion 3 Va. High 9 Tazewell 2 Va. High 9 2 Abingdon 8 2 Va. High 3 2 Johnson City 5K- Va. High 6 2 Marion 3 2 Va. High 8 2 Abingdon 4 Va. High 8 The Bearcat ' s golfers of “62 " achieved first place in the District Meet with four wins and two losses which enabled them to go to the State Meet at Falls Church, Virginia. The “mighty starting four” were Boone Slack, Corky Brumet, Issac Freeman, and Jimmy Osborne. Coach Jerry Watford 1st ROW: Jimmy Feazell, Bobby Morgan, Bobby Musick, Jimmy Shipley, Eddie Jackson, Boone Slack. 2nd ROW: Jimmy Gilly. Don Shumaker. Issac Freeman. Corky Brumet. Jimmy Osborne. 123 TACKLES: Paul Young, Bill Milhorn. Dewey Reynolds, Yost Bonham. Clayton Thompson. s f i ENDS: Buzz Kell. Paul Johnson, Eddie Icenhour, Jimmy Parks, Dennis Malone. Walter Shelborne. i ' i ' 1- ' . It ■ ' SPIRIT OF “62” FOOTBALL LINE GUARDS: Curt Moore, Eddie Stevens, Jim Curtis. QUARTERBACKS: Skip Maiden. Walter Skeens, Frank Scott. CENTERS: Robert Dutton, Jim Farmer, Mike Kovacs. HALFBACKS: Bobby Betters, Larry Robinson, Gail Arnold, Mickey Scott, Dale Rucker, Joe Wolfe, Roy Sum- merson. MOVES “CATS’” ONWARD GUARDS: Arther Booher, Wayne Vaughn, James Stevens. Gail Arnold Yost Bonham Managers: Sharret, Baijot, Cumbow, Slagle. Jimmy Curtis Mike Hooper RETURNING Dewey Reynolds. Larry Robinson Coaches: Harry John- son, Jerry Watford, Bill Bingham. 126 Curt Moore Jimmy Parks LETTERMEN Co-captains discuss a “scatt” play with Coach Watford. Frank Scott Mickey Scott Walt Skeens Clayton Thompson VARSITY SCOREBOARD Tazewell — 35 Va. High — 6 Gate City — 41 Va. High — 12 Grundy — 27 Va. High — 12 Abingdon — 21 Va. High — 13 Marion — 0 Va. High — 19 Saltville — 6 Va. High — 28 Richlands — 26 Va. High — 6 Clintwood — 26 Va. High — 12 Graham — 52 Va. High - — 26 Tennessee — 25 Va. High — 0 " ■BKHmBmhi 1 1 I Darnell. Berry Pittman, Byron Thayer, PUillip Hamilton, Alvin Necessary. David Miller, David Ellis, Paul DeArmond. Coach Bingham tells the boys to “go get ' em.” 1st ROW: Frazier King, Bill Canter, Randy Campbell, Joe Smith, David Loggans, Jim Feazell, J. S. Roberts, Jerry Rhymer. 2nd ROW: Curt Saul. John Terry, Emile Martin, Rudy McCray, Dewayne Vaughn, Jim Shipley, David Gem- mell. Mike Hodgson, Tom Johnson, Mike Logan. 3rd ROW: Kenneth Johnson, Larry Campbell, Duke James, Clarence “BABY BEARCATS” Coach Bingham and top players at practice session. BE ARC A TS IN A CTION ! Richland’s offense headed by Ronnie Bales passed by Virginia High School with a score of 27 to 6. Joe Wolfe and Mickey Scott headed the ’Cats defense, while Ed- die Icenhour scored the lone touchdown on a pass from Frank Scott. The Marion Hurricanes fell victim to Virginia High School’s first victory of the season with a final score of 19-0. During the first half Larry Robinson led the way for the ‘Cats’ with two touchdowns. The outstanding defensive work of our team enabled Eddie Childress to score another touchdown. Gate City’s offense managed to pass by our Cats during the second game of the season. During the first quarter, before he was stopped by Gate City’s George Jennings, Eddie Icenhour gained 1 1 yards and a first down on a pass by Walter Skeens. Frank Scott and Jimmy Parks scored touch downs during the second half which brought the final score — 41 to 12 Although the Virginia High Bearcats played an outstanding defensive game during the first half, they were overpowered by the Tennessee High Vikings dur- ing the second half and were de- feated by a score of 25 to 0. Outstanding defensive players were Clayton Thompson, Dewey Reynolds, and Jimmy Parks, Ed- die Childress was a valuable as- set to the backfield. CO-CAPTAINS Sam Hambrick Senior, Center, 6’2” Dennis King All Southwest District 2nd Team Senior. Forward, 6’3” 1962-63 BASKETBALL The mighty starting five, Gail Arnold, Sam Hambrick, Den- nis King, Charlie Sams, and Walter Skeens, helped to con- stitute a record of 7 wins and 13 losses. Although the ' Cats lost the first game in the District Tournament they were still able to attend the Regional Tournament in Salem, Virginia, due to the fact that they held the third place rating in the regular season contest. COACH Royce Quarles Gail Arnold All Southwest District Team Senior, Guard, 5’8” Charlie Sams Senior, Forward, 5’H” Walter Skeens Senior, Guard, 5’9” 130 Bill Carter Senior, Center, 6’4” Danny Drinkard Junior, Center, 6’3” Dwight Leonard Junior, Guard, 6’0” Holston Valley — 59 Bluff City — 59 Richlands — 41 Graham — 74 Tennessee — 65 Grundy — 62 Tazewell — 54 Graham — 69 Marion — 63 Tennessee — 50 Saltville — 76 Grundy — 47 Saltville — 52 Dennis Malone Junior, Forward, 6’2” SCOREBOARD Va. High — Va. High Va. High Va. Hi ' Va. Hifch Va. Ljflg Va. HiVh — 57 Va. — 44 Va. TSgh Va. H®h — 48 Va. High-, 57 Va. High |- Va. High 4H§rion — 57 Va. High — 71 Tazl ell — 44 Va. High — 52 Holstdn Valley — 68 Va. High — 54 Bluff JCitk— 71 Va. High — 62 RichJands ' p - 59 Va. High — 53 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Richlands - } 50 Va. High IONAL TOURNAMENT Va. High 45 — 61 Rees Russell Junior, Guard, 6’ 1 ” Harry Williams Senior, Forward, 5’11’ 131 Marshall Wood Junior Guard 5 ' 10 ” Don Woodhouse Junior Guard 5 ’ 1 1 i " Paul Young Senior Forward 6 ’ 1 ” Carter, Malone, Russell, Williams, Sams, Wood, Skeens, Arnold, Leonard, Woodhouse, Young. Drinkard, Hambrick, King. 132 Emile Martin, Scorer Bearcats, Charlie Sams ties Tazewell for a jump ball. Gene Malcolm, President of the Bear- cat Boosters, discusses the coming game with David Ringley, Manager. ‘Peek-a-Boo!” Sams and King move in for rebound. 133 1st ROW: Crumley, Stevens. 2nd ROW: Ellis, Harrison, Hodgson, Johnson. 3rd ROW: Smith, Johnson, Russell, Bush. 4th ROW: James, Muller, Mullins, Booth. “B” TEAM BASKETBALL The 1962-63 “B " Team under the coaching of Bill Bingham had a record of 10 wins and 8 losses. Helping to constitute this record as the starting lineup were David Bush, Tony Muller. Ray Stevens, Jim Crumley, and Duke James. Leading the “Baby ’Cats " in the scoring column was David Bush with a total of 196 points, for a game average of 10.8 points. Ray Stevens Sophomore Forward David Bush Sophomore Center Jimmy Crumley Sophomore Guard 134 Duke James Freshman Guard Tony Muller Sophomore Forward Hodgson attempts Holston Valley — 37 Bluff City — 38 Richlands — 40 Graham — 40 Tennessee — 36 Grundy — 40 Tazewell — 45 Graham — 35 Marion — 23 Va. High — 20 Va. High — 30 Va. High — 46 Va. High — 41 Va. High — 34 Va. High 26 Va. High — 49 Va. High — 48 Va. High — 33 Bush hits the deck in struggle for ball against Tennessee. Baby Bearcats await a jump ball in the game against Grundy. 135 MISS VIRGINIAN PERSONALITIES SPRING FESTIVAL A TTRA CTIONS TWIRP WEEK VT WEEK HONORS AND A WARDS FEA TURES MISS VIRGINIAN R UNNERS- UP Otote B et Ht P ' ate Wanda Cox Li. Ir ida 2nd Pi. Bolli; ace •r .7? 138 MR. FOOTBALL MR. BASKETBALL Dennis King SPIRIT OF V.H.S. IN CONTESTS D.D. STUDENT OF THE TEAR F.T.A. BABY PICTURE CONTEST D.E. STUDENT OF THE TEAR Roy Ward Wanda Cox A1 Cross 139 SPRING FESTIVAL QUEEN KING Delores Roark Don Woodhouse 140 CONTESTANTS: 1st ROW: Tommy Malone, Pat Blackburn; Allen Snodgrass, Linda Nave; Del- bert Henderson, Linda Reedy; James Icenhour, Linda King; Tommy Cornett, Marilyn Keesling; Lee Roberts, Jane Wolfe; Mike Hooper, Judy Holmes. 2nd ROW: Blair Preston, Carole Baker; Jimmy Curtis, Brenda Hudson; Wayne Wolfe, Courtney Cash; J. W. Wright, Shirley McCracken; David Odum, Pat Moser. 3rd ROW: Tony Gilmer, Delores Roark; Dennis King, Patsy Cawood; Jack King, Sondra Warren; Rees Rus- sell, Rose Gammon; Terry Hobson, Barbara Mel- lett : Rod Eubanks, Louise Coalson. 4th ROW: Lonnie Brooks, Cam Ware; Larry Booher, JoAnn Reisler; Walter Skeens, Brenda Eades; Don Woodhouse, Barbara Kell; Mike Sisk, Susan Bailey; David Miller, Brenda Curtis; Gail Arnold, Louise Thomason; Eddie Stevens, Linda Bol- ling. 5th ROW: Mickey Scott, Robin Harrison; Danny Drinkard, Peggy Dugger; Bobby Musick, Janet Gemmell; Johnny Terry, Connie James; Byron Thayer, Louise Couch; Charlie Sams, Connie Terry; Frank Scott, Ginny Kenny; Harry Williams, Carolyn Terry. COURT Tommy Cornett, Patsy Cawood; Mike Hooper, Pat Blackburn; Tony Gilmer, Linda King; Lee Roberts, Judy Holmes. 141 Indian Devil Dance SCENES FROM “TOUR LAND AND MT LAND” Western Skit: Can-Can FEA TURING JUNIOR PLA T CAST: 1st ROW: Peggy Me- teer, Carolyn Sutherland, Tudy Vrska, Courtney Cash, Judy Wells, Vicky Siddens, Kathy Foryt. 2nd ROW : John Galliher, James Icen- hour, Tommy Galyon, Ronnie Groseclose, Mickey Hoge, Lee Roberts, Frank Smith, King Tilley. LATIN CLUB PRESENTED POWDER PUFF FOOTBALL GAME: Delta vs. Alpha Pictured are: Carolyn Terry, Judy Holmes, Connie Terry, Connie James, Jackie Eades, Linda Nave, Karen Millsaps. “Amor Omnia Vincit” Cast; 1st ROW: Justin Adams, Charla Haber, Joe Plaskie, Carol Fagan, Diana Gedraytis. 2nd ROW: Jerry Necessary, Doug Jones, Martha Hayworth, Bobby Musick, Carolyn Sutherland, Ronnie Ashley. SPEECH CLASS AND LES- BEAUX ARTS CLUB PRESENTED “Love Hits Wilber” Cast: Carl Williams, Ronnie Groseclose, Louise Couch, June Allison, Letticia Wade. DISTRICT PLA Y “A Phoenix Too Frequent” Cast: Susan Shumate, Yost Bonham, Barbara Rawn. These are just a few of the typical Twirp Week scenes. During this week the girls show the “gentlemanly” courtesies to their beaus. VT WEEK School spirit rises high during V-T Week. Participation in the car parade, in the assembly, and in support of the team are only a few ways we observe this. Donna Roberts, David Cash and Harry Williams place first, second, third respectively in the “Time Magazine” current affairs test. Yost Bonham was elected by the District Hi-Y Confer- ence to be Chaplain of the Model General Assembly held in Richmond, Va. Linda Nave holds trophy won by majorettes and Sally Kay Richardson her Drum Major’s Award won at Chattanooga, Tenn. Tommy Galyon was awarded ten dollars for the best letterhead design for the school’s stationery by the S.C.A. Laura Lee Booze’s poem “To A Tree In Winter,” published in the “Beta Club Journal,” won for her five dollars. 145 THE SPIRIT OF COMPETITION Sammy Rutter was the winner of the “Voice of Democracy” contest sponsored by the Veter- ans of Foreign Wars. Bill Ager scored ninety-nine percent on a cur- rent events test published by “Our Times” and won the Charles Palmer Davis Medal. Brenda and Linda Hudson, Paul DeArmond,- and Tony Gil- mer represented our school in All-State Chorus. M rs. Coleman presents. Donna Roberts the Betty Crocker Award pen. “How My Community Benefits from the Abilities of Handicapped Workers” essay contest placements were Richard Davidson, first; Lon- nie Brooks, second; and Bill Hudson, third. 146 Lonnie Brooks, Ann Lowder, and Cam Ware receive certificates for high performance on the National Merit Scholarship Test. David Gemmell made the highest score of V.H.S. students in the state-wide Latin tournament and received a silver medal. The good citizenship medal awarded by the Sycamore- Shoals Chapter of the D.A.R. was won by Ann Stewart. 147 MEMO CLASS NIGHT A WARDS BEST ALL-ROUND BOY BEST ALL-ROUND GIRL CITIZENSHIP AWARD MOST IMPROVED STUDENT MATH AWARD AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AWARD SCIENCE AWARD ENGLISH AWARD ART AWARD COMMERCIAL AWARD HIGHEST SCHOLASTIC AVERAGE KING BAND AWARD HOME ECONOMICS AWARD UNITED STATES HISTORY AWARD AMERICAN EDUCATION PUBLICATION AWARD THE VIRGINIAN STAFF CO-EDITORS Judy Owens — Ann Woodward ADMINISTRATION Peyton Boyd Marilyn Keesling CLASSES Wendy Gasteiger Betsy Harkleroad BUSINESS MANAGER Sharon Turner SPONSORS Miss Irene Brown Miss Ann Cox ATHLETICS Bobby Betters Vickie Siddens ADVERTISING Kathy Foryt Edith Johnston Carolyn Sutherland Louise Thomason ORGANIZATIONS Darlene Brown Linda King 148 PHOTOGRAPHER James Icenhour SENIOR DIRECTORY ALEXANDER, TOBE PAULETTE — Transfer Student; Chorus 3; Beta Foundation 3, Entertainment Chairman 4; Library Club 3. ALLISON, NADINE MARIE Alpha Foundation 3, Secretary 4. ARNOLD, GAIL ROBERT “B” Team Football 1,2; “B ’ Team Basketball 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Basketball 3,4; French Club 2; Boys’ Hi-Y Club 3; Track 3,4; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club Sweetheart 4; Baseball 4; Monogram Club 3,4. ARNOLD, NANCY RACHEL - Band 1,2. BAKER, JANICE CAROLE Spring Festival 1, Court 3; Alpha Foundation 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3, Head Cheerleader 4: French Club 3; Key Club Sweetheart 4. BANDY, MARTHA SUSAN — Spring Festival 1,3; Cho- rus 2,3; F.H.A. Club 3; Alpha Foundation 4; Les Beaux Arts Club 4. BARKER. GLORIA JEAN — F.H.A. Club 1 ; Bible Club 1; Library Club 2,3; Alpha Foundation 3, Sergeant-at- Arms 4. BASKERVILLE, ROBERT WILLARD, JR. Science Club 1 : Spring Festival 2,3. BLACKBLRN, PATRICIA ANN - Transfer Student; G.A.A. 2: F.B.L.A. Club 3, President 4. BLANKENSHIP, CLAUDE WILLIAM - “B " Team Bas- ketball 1.2; Track 1; Spring Festival 1,2,3; Key Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; S.C.A. Representative 3. BLANKENSHIP, DAVID SHERMAN — Tennis 3; DO. Club 4. BLEDSOE, BRENDA FAYE Les Beaux Arts Club 4. BOLLING, LINDA LEE - S.C.A. Representative 1 ; Spring Festival 2; Drama Guild 1,2,4; Alpha Foundation 2.3, Treasurer 4; Treasurer Junior Class; Little Virginian 3.4; Cheerleader 4. BONHAM, ROBERT YOST Spring Festival 1,2, King 3: “B Team Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; Track 1,2, 3.4; Boys’ Hi-Y Club 1,2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Presi- dent Sophomore Class; President Junior Class; President Hi-Y Council 3; District Hi-Y Chaplain 3 ; President Mon- ogram Club 4; Les Beaux-Arts Club 4. BOOHER. BOBBY ALLEN - D O. Club Chaplain 4. BOOZE, LAURA LEE - Band 1, Chaplain 2,3, Vice- President 4, All State 2,3,4; F.T.A. 1,3, Historian 2, Re- porter 4: Beta Club 3,4, Program Chairman 3; National Honor Society 4; Beta Billies 4; S.C.A. Representative 4. BRANTLY, RAMA LOU — Library Club 1,2; F.H.A. Club 1; Bible Club 1; Spring Festival 1; Beta Club 3; Beta foundation 3, Chaplain 4: Spanish Club 3. BROOKS, LONNIE WATKINS, III Transfer Student; Band 3,4; All State 3,4; Boys’ Hi-Y Club 3,4; Spring Fes- tival 3; Junior Play ; Little Virginian 3, Sports Editor 4. BROWN, CHERYL JANE - Band 1, Majorette 2,3,4; Alpha Foundation 2,3, Program Chairman 4; Secretary Junior Class. BROWNING, ALBERT RANDALL - D.E. Club 4. CAIN, JOHN WILLIAM Transfer Student. CANNON, LINDA JEAN D O. Club District President 3; D.O. Club Secretary 3,4; Spring Festival 3. CANTER, SHIRLEY ANN CARTER, BILL LYNN — “B’’ Team Basketball 2; In- tramurals Basketball 3; Varsity Basketball 4. CARTER, GARY RONALD CASH, DAVID LEE Transfer Student; Football 3; Library Club 3,4. COALSON, MARGARET LOUISE Freshman Class Secretary; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3; Spring Festival 2; French Club 2, Treasurer 3; Beta Club 3; Hi-Y Council 3. COLLINS, PATRICIA A. — Mixed Chorus 1,4, Council 2; Bible Club 2; Beta Foundation 2,3,4; Beta Club 3; Spring Festival 2. COUCH, MARGARET LOUISE — Library Club 1,2, Treasurer 3,4; S.C.A. Representative 2; F.T.A. Club 1,2, Historian 3, Vice-President 4; Beta Club 3. COX, DICKIE - D.E. Club 3,4. COX, ROBERT EUGENE - D.E. Club 4. COX, WANDA LEE - - D.E. Club 4. CROSS, DOROTHY JEAN CROSS, JANICE ANN JOHNSTON — Les Beaux Arts Club 2,3; Mixed Chorus 4. CUNNINGHAM, JUDY MARIE — F.H.A. Club 3; Art Club 3,4; F.B.L.A. Club 4. DISTEFANO, JEANETTE MARIA Science Club 1; Beta Foundation 2,4, Vice-President 3; Art Club 2, Secre- tary 3; French Club 3. DONNELY, BARBARA ANN — G.A.A. 1 ; Beta Founda- tion 2,3,4. DRAPER, PHILIP LYNN - Transfer Student. DUCKETT, JESSE WAYNE D.E. Club 4. 149 DUGGER. PEGGY ELAINE — F T. A. Club 1, President 2,3,4: Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,4, Treasurer 3; Little Virginian 2; Beta Club 3, Secretary 7 4; S.C.A. Representa- tive 3; Spring Festival 3; National Honor Society 4. EADES, BRENDA SL T E — G.A.A. Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Science Club 1; Spring Festival 1,2,3; F. B.L.A. Club 2,3. EADES. JACKIE LOU — Spring Festival 1; Alpha Foundation 1,2,3, President 4; S.C.A. Representative 1; G. A.A. 1,2,3; Les Beaux Arts Club 4. EDWARDS, OSCAR VERNON - Football 2; D O. Club 4. ELLIS, RONALD CLYDE — D.E. Club 3. President 4. FARMER. EDWIN GUY — Spring Festival 1 ; “B " Team Basketball 1 ; French Club 2; D.O. Club 3 ; Tennis 4. FLEENOR, GARY MICHEAL - DO. Club 3; Office Training 4. FL T LLER. PAL ' L E. — Basketball 1 ; Football 2. GENTRY, BEVERLY LUANNE — Spring Festival 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Secretary 4; F.B.L.A. Club 2,3,4. GILMER. ANTHONY GRAHAM — Science Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1, President 4; Spring Festival 1,2, 3, 4; Li- brary Club 2,3, Vice-President 4; Spanish Club Secretary 3; Beta Foundation Sweetheart 4; Les Beaux Arts Club Treasurer 2. GOBBLE. SARAH ESTELLE — Spring Festival 2; Beta Club 3: Spanish Club 3,4; Bible Club 4. GRIFFITH. JUDY ANN — D.E. Club 4. GULLION, FRANCES MARIE — Library Club 1; F.H.A. Club 3. ' HAGY. DANIEL R. - Junior Play 3; Spanish Club 3. HAGY, NORMA GAIL — F.B.L.A. Club 1; G.A.A. 3, Vice-President 4; Les Beaux Arts Club 4. HAMBRICK, SAMUEL GRAHAM — " B’’ Team Foot- ball 1; “B” Team Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3, Co-Captain 4: Track 2,3,4; Junior Civitan 2,3,4; French Club Treasurer 2; Monogram Club 3,4. HAMILTON, CATHERINE ANN — Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y 2,3.4: S.C.A. Representative 2; Beta Club 3; Junior Play; F.H.A. Club 4: Library Club 4. HAWK. NANCY JANE HAWKINS. ROBERT DAVID — Golf 1,2,4; Baseball 4. HAWKS, BARBARA ANN — Library- Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. Club 4. HENDERSON, DELBERT A. — Spanish Club Historian 3; Track 3; Beta Club 3; Boys’ Hi-Y Club 4; S.C.A. Re- presentative 4. HILBIG, BRENDA GAYLE — G.A.A. 2,3, Treasurer 4; French Club 3 ; Les Beaux Arts Club 4. HOBBS, LYNDA SHARON — Spring Festival 1 ; Library Club 1 : Mixed Chorus 1,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3, President 4; Red Cross Representative 2; Beta Club 3; The Little Virginian Circulation Manager 3, Feature Staff 4; Hi-Y Council Chaplain 4; S.C.A. Representative 4. HOBBS, MARCIA LYNN — Red Cross Representative 1 ; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3, Treasurer 4: Beta Club 3,4. HOLMES, JULIA KAREN — Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Les Beaux Arts Club 4. HOOPER. MICHEAL DAVID — Boys’ Hi-Y Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Football 3,4. HUDSON, BRENDA SUE — F T. A. Club 1, Treasurer 2; Spring Festival 1,3; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3, Treasurer 4; In- tramurals 1: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4; Junior Play: S.C.A. Re- presentative 3; Spanish Club President 3; Beta Club 3; Cheerleader 4. HUDSON, LINDA — Intramurals 1; F.T.A. Club 1, Se- cretary 2; Mixed Chorus 1,2, Librarian 3, Vice-President 4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, Historian 3, Secretary 4; Spring Fes- tival 1.3: Beta Club 3; Junior Play; Spanish Club Vice- President 3; Vice-President Senior Class. HUDSON, LINDA LOU — French Club 3. HUDSON, WILLIAM LEE - Transfer Student; Band 4. ICENHOUR, LEWIS EDWARD Baseball 2,3,4; Junior Civitan Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3, Secretary 4; Reporter Junior Class: S.C.A. Representative Senior Class; Football 4. IRWIN. HARRY ALLEN — D.E. Club 4. JACKSON, EDDIE WAYNE — Golf 1,2, 3, 4; Football 3; Red Cross Representative 3; D.E. Club Treasurer 4. JAMES, JULIA CONLY — Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2, 3, 4; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, Reporter 3, Vice-President 4; Boys’ Hi-Y Club Sweetheart 4. JENKINS, HENRIETTA — Transfer Student; Spanish Club 3; D.E. Club 4. JESSEE. BRIAN DONOVAN - Band 1.2,3; Spring Festi- val 3: Baseball 3,4; Monogram Club 4. KAYLOR, BILLY WAYNE — “B ' ’ Team Basketball 2; D.O. Club 3,4. KAYLOR. GARY SAMUEL 150 KEESEE, GLEN RAY — Baseball 1 ; “B” Team Basket- ball 2; Mixed Chorus 2,3; D.O. Club 4. KEESLING, MARILYN DIANE S.C.A. Representa- tive 1,4; F.T.A. Club 2, Secretary 3, Historian 4; Spring Festival 2,3,4; Beta Club 3, Vice-President 4; Spanish Club 3, President 4; National Honor Society 4; Library Club Reporter 4; The Virginian 4. KENNY, VIRGINIA LEE — Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 3,4; Spring Festival 3,4; Drama Guild 3; French Club 3, Program Chairman 4; Junior Civitan Club Sweetheart 4; Cheerleader 4. KING, CORNELIA LEIGH — S.C.A. Representative 2; French Club 3; The Little Virginian Assistant Business Manager 3,4; Alpha Foundation 4. KING, DENNIS H. — “B” Team Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3, Co-Captain 4; “B” Team Football 2; Junior Civitan Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y Club Sweetheart 4. KING, JACK ALVIN — Band 1,2, Vice-President 4, All State Band 2,3; Art Club 3. KIRK, KAREN SUE — F.H.A. Club 1; Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Library Club 2; The Little Virginian Assistant Circulation Manager 3,4; F.B.L.A.Club 4. KYLE, SARAH ELIZABETH - Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2, 3,4; The Little Virginian 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4; Span- ish Club 3. LARGE, KENNETH DWIGHT — Baseball Manager 1,2, 3; Spanish Club 3,4; D.E. Club Parliamentarian 4. LEONARD, WILLIAM DAVID — Football 1; Spring Festival 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3; Track 3; Tennis 4; Base- ball 4. LESTER, STANLEY WAYNE — Spring Festival 1,2,3; Track Manager 4. LOWDER, ANNETTE ELIZABETH — Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2, 3, 4; The Little Virginian Reporter 1, Assistant Circulation Manager 2, News Editor 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Beta Billies 3,4; Hi-Y Council 3; District Play 3. LOWE, LINDA LEE — D.O. Club 4. McCRAKEN, SFIIRLEY JAUNITA - - G.A.A. Secretary 1; Spring Festival 3; D.E. Club 3,4. McCROSKEY, CLARA JUNE F.T.A. Club 2, Chap- lain 3, Secretary 4; French Club 3; Beta Club 3; Beta Foundation 4. McDANIEL, RONALD EUGENE Band 1, Librarian 2,3,4; Golf 2; Spring Festival 3. McFARLAND, DAVID E. — Golf l; Tennis 2; Spanish Club 3; Track 4. MAIDEN, THEODORE ERNEST - Library Club Presi- dent 3. MALONE, THOMAS FRANKLIN Band 1,2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. Club 3, Treasurer 4. MARSHALL, KATHLEEN FAYE Band 1,2,3; Spring Festival 1,2,3; Library Club 1; Y-Teen 2; D.E. Club 4; Les Beaux-Arts Club 4. MARYANSKI, JOANNE G.A.A. 2,4, President 3; Girls ' Intramurals 2; Beta Foundation 4. MILLSAPS, TRULA KAREN Library Club 1; Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2, 3, 4; Alpha Foundation 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; The Little Virginian 3. MOORE, CURTIS Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 2. MOORE, JACQUELINE LEE G.A.A. 2; The Little Virginian 3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Les Beaux Arts Club 3, Secretary 4; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 4. MOORE, JUDY IRENE Transfer Student; Beta Foun- dation 4. MOSER, PATRICIA ANN Beta Foundation 3, Presi- dent 4; French Club 3; Library Club 3; Les Beaux Arts Club 2,4; F.H.A. Club 4. MUMPOWER, JAMES E. - Library Club 1 ; Football 2, 3 ; Spring Festival 4. MUMPOWER, JERRY LYNN - D.O. Club 4. MUMPOWER, OLIN FRANCIS, JR. — Golf 1,4: “B” Team Football 2; Tennis 2,3,4. MURRAY, SAMLTEL GARRET Spring Festival 2; D.O. Club 4. NAVE, LINDA ANNE - Band Majorette 1,2,3, Head Majorette 4, All State Band 2; S.C.A. Representative 1; Spring Festival 2,3; Alpha Foundation 2,3, Chaplain 4; French Club 3,4; The Little Virginian 4. NEWTON, LEE ALLEN — Library Club 1,2,3; Spring Festival 3; Boys ' Hi-Y Club 3,4; D.O. Club 4. NIDIFFER, LANDY GAIL — “B” Team Football 2. NUNLEY, CARL WAYNE — “B” Team Basketball 1,2; Bible Club 2; D.O. Club 4. ODUM, DAVID LANDON Key Club 2,3, Treasurer 4; Library Club 2; “B” Team Football 2; Spanish Club 3. OWENS, JUDITH EVELYN - Transfer Student; The Virginian 3, Co-Editor 4; F.H.A. Club 2; Mixed Chorus Treasurer 3; Spring Festival 2,3; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, Chaplain 4; S.C.A. Representative 3,4. 151 PARKS, JIMMY — “B " Team Football 1,2; Varsity Foot- ball 3,4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Civitan 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Monogram Club 3,4. PENDERGRASS, NORMAN — D O. Club 4. PHIPPS, JACKIE MARTIN — Junior Civitan Club 2,3, 4; Football Manager 2; Track Manager 2; Spring Festival 2,3; Red Cross Representative 3; Junior Play; Les Beaux Arts Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4. PRESTON, BLAIR President Freshman Class; “B” Team Football 2; “B” Team Basketball 2; Track 3; Key Club 2,3, President 4. RASNAKE, DARLENE RAWN, BARBARA ANN — Library Club 1, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Les Beaux Arts Club 1; Spring Festival 1,3; F.T.A. Club 4, Program Chairman 2, Treasurer 3; Junior Play; Beta Club 3,4; Beta Billies 3,4; Spanish Club Vice-President 4. REEDY BARBARA CAROLYN — Library- Club 2,3; Spring Festival 3. REEDY, LINDA LOL ' Bible Club 2; French Club 3; D.E. Club Vice-President 4; Intramurals 3. RHYMER. PATSY ELIZABETH — Intramurals 1,2,3; D.E. Club 4. RICHARDSON, SALLY KAY - Band 1, Secretary 2, Drum Majorette 3,4, Reporter; All State Band 1,2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4; Junior Play. ROBERTS — DONNA GENE - F.H.A. Club Reporter 3. President 4: Beta Club 3; Junior Play: The Little Vir- ginian 3. ROBINSON, LARRY Track 1,2,4; Football 2,3,4; Boys’ Hi-Y Club 1,2, 3. 4: Monogram Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vice- President Sophomore Class: Spring Festival 3. ROBINSON, PAL’L MACK - Transfer Student; Beta Club 3: Track 4: Tennis 4. RL’SSELL, JOHN W., JR. — Library Club 1; Band 1, Council 2,3,4; Band Major 3,4; Spring Festival 3. SAMS, CHARLES WINSTON — S.C.A. Representative 2; Boys ' Hi-Y Club 2,3, Secretary 4; “B” Team Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Tennis 3,4; Spring Festival 3; Monogram Club 4. SAPP. NANCY LOU — F.H.A. Club 1; Chorus 1; DO. Club 3,4. SAUNDERS, EMILY REBECCA — Transfer Student; F.T.A. Club 4; Spanish Club Reporter 4. SCOTT, FRANK L. Junior Civitan Club 1,2, Sergeant- at-arms 3, President 4; Spring Festival 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Varsity Football 2,3,4; “B” Team Basketball 2: Track Manager 2; Baseball 4. SCOTT, MICKEY — Boys’ Hi-Y Club 1,2, 3, 4; " B” Team Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3, Co-Captain 4; Treasurer Sophomore Class; Monogram Club 3,4; Track 4. SHARRETT, KENNETH F. — “B” Team Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4. SHEPARD. ROGER CLARENCE - D O. Club 4. SHIPLEY, DANA LIN — Les Beaux Arts Club 1; Tri-Hi- Y Club Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Activities Chairman 3, Treas- urer 4; Beta Club 3, Treasurer 4; Beta Billies 4: The Little Virginian Advertising Manager 3, Circulation Mana- ger 4; Secretary Senior Class. SHUMATE, SUSAN ELIZABETH Bible Club 1, Pres- ident 2,3; F.T.A. Club 1; S.C.A. Representative 1,3; Cho- rus 1, Treasurer 2; Spring Festival 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 4; Les Beaux Arts Club 4; Junior Play. SHUTTERS, G. THOMAS - Track 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Monogram Club 4. SKEENS, WALTER Boys’ Hi-Y Club 1,2,3, Vice Presi- dent 4; “B” Team Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; “B” Team Football 1, Captain 2; Varsity Football 3, Captain 4; Track 3; Baseball 4; Secretary Sophomore Class; Spring Festival 2,4; Spanish Club 3. SLAGLE. JOYCE ANN — French Club 3,4. SMILEY, JAMES KENNETH — Baseball 2,4; Monogram 2,3,4; D O. Club 3. SMITH, LINDA FAYE — Bible Club 1,2; Library Club 1; Beta Club 3; Les Beaux Arts Club 3. SMITH, PAUL H.. JR. — D.E. Club 4. SNODGRASS, ALLEN ADDIS — Spring Festival 1,2, 3, 4, Key Club 2,3,4; Track 2; Junior Play; Alpha Foundation Sweetheart 4. SNODGRASS, NORMA KAY SPEARS, GAIL GORDON SPROLES, CAROL FAYE — Bible Club 2,3; F.H.A. Club 3. STEVENS, KENNETH EDWARD — Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 2; Key Club 2,3, Secretary 4; Football 2, 4; Vice-President Junior Class; Spanish Club 3; Mono- gram Club 4. STEWART, DON WILLIAM — Track 3; Junior Play. STEWART, EMILY DAWN — Spring Festival 1; Les Beaux Arts Club 2; The Little Virginian Reporter 2, Busi- ness Manager 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Beta Billies 3,4; Nation- al Honor Society 4; F.T.A. Club 3, Treasurer 4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4; Junior Play; District Play 3; Hi-Y Council 4; S.C.A. Representative 4. 152 STEWART, SANDRA ANN — Red Cross Representative 1,2; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,4, Secretary 3; S.C.A. Sec- retary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Spring Festival 3; Cheerleader 4; Hi-Y Council 4. STRICKLAND, JOHNNY SULLIVAN, WANDA ELOISE TAYLOR, CORDELL NORMAN — D.O. Club 4. TERRY, CAROLYN JANE — S.C.A. Representative 1,3, 4; Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3, Secretary 4; Les Beaux Arts Club 3, President 4; Spanish Club 3; Hi-Y Council 3 ; Spring Festival 3 ; Cheerleader 4. TERRY, CONSTANCE JEAN Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3, President 4; Spanish Club 3; Red Cross Representa- tive 3; Les Beaux Arts Club 3, Activity Chairman 4; Spring Festival 3; Hi-Y Council 4; S.C.A. Representative 4. TIPTON, VIRGINIA LEE — Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2; Library Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Spring Festival 1,3; French Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. Club 3. VANCE, JUDY ANN — Library Club 1,2,3; Les Beaux Arts Club 1; Spring Festival 1,2; Beta Foundation 2,3, Re- porter 4; French Club 3, Vice-President 4; F.H.A. Club 4. VAUGHN, CHARLES WAYNE “B” Team Football 2; Varsity Football 4. VOLK, LARRY DOUGLAS — D.O. Club 3,4. WALDEN, MARY ALICE — Red Cross Representative 1 ; F.H.A. Club Historian 3. WALLS, JOAN ELIZABETH — G.A.A. 1,2; Spring Fes- tival 1; F.H.A. Club 1; F.B.L.A. Club 2,3,4. WARD, ROY EARNEST — Library Club 1,2,3; Bible Club 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 3; D.O. Club 4. WARE, CAMELLIA MARIE — Red Cross Representa- tive 1; French Club 1,2; Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2; Tri- Hi-Y Club 2,3, Sergeant-At-Arms 4; Spring Festival 2; Library Club 2; Junior Play; The Little Virginian Assistant Co-Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; Beta Club 3,4; Beta Billies 3,4; Hi-Y Council 4. WEBB, SHARON KAYE D.O. Club 4. WHICKER, MARTHA JO D.O. Club 4. WHITLOW, JEAN CARLENE — F.H.A. Club 1 ; Library Club Reporter 1, Program Chairman 2; Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2; Spring Festival 1,3; French Club Program Chairman 3, Secretary 4; Beta Foundation 4. WHITTEN, ANN WILLIS — Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3, Vice-President 4; The Virginian 2; The Little Virginian 3, Feature Editor 4; Junior Play; Beta Club 3. WILKINSON, SARAH ANN — G.A.A. 1; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1; F.T.A. Club 2; Bible Club 2; Red Cross Re- presentative 2; French Club 3,4; Spring Festival 3. WILLIAMS, CARL JAMES, JR. — Library Club 2; Les Beaux Arts Club 3,4. WILLIAMS, HARRY J. - Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Civitan Club 1,2,4, Vice-President 3; Library Club 2; Beta Club Reporter 3; Spring Festival 3; Tennis 3,4; Monogram Club 4; President Senior Class. WOLFE, BARBARA THARON F.H.A. Club 1; Bible Club 1,2; Spring Festival 1 ; F.B.L.A. Club 3,4. WOLFE, MARY JANE — Vice President Freshman Class; Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4, Historian 2; Hi-Y Council 4; The Little Virginian Circulation Man- ager 2, Assistant Co-Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; Beta Club 3, President 4; Beta Billies 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Junior Play. WOLFE, ROBERT WAYNE — Tennis 1,2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Junior Play; “B” Team Football 3; Monogram Club 4. WOODWARD, ANN HARWOOD Les Beaux Arts Club 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Beta Billies 3,4; The Virginian 3, Co-Editor 4; Junior Play; Intramurals 1; Spring Festival 1. WORLEY, ELIZABETH JANE F.B.L.A. Club 2,3,4. WORLEY, PATTY RUTH F.B.L.A. Club Secretary 4. WRIGHT, BARBARA ALLEN — D.E. Club 4. WRIGHT, JAMES WILLIAM Library Club 1; Intra- murals 1 ; D.E. Club 3, Vice-President 4; Golf 4. WRIGHT, JUDI P. — Spring Festival 1; Les Beaux Arts Club 3,4; Alpha Foundation 3, Vice-President 4; French Club 3, President 4. YARBER, CAROLE FAYE Bible Club 1; Art Club 3, 4; Library Club 3; F.H.A. Club 3; F.B.L.A. Club 4. YOUNG, OTHA PAUL, JR. Transfer Student; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Spring Festival 3; Football 4. 153 ADVERTISING AKARD FUNERAL HOME BRISTOL ' S NEWEST AND MOST MODERN FUNERAL HOME COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED 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 David W. Akard President 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” tWorthmore): PROFIT SHARING TRADING STAMP Gold Stamp HATCHERS CLEANERS AND FURRIERS CASH AND CARRY AND DELIVERY SERVICE Garland Avenue Sub-Station — Holston Ave. PIEDMONT LAUNDRY 764-5242 RALPHS WASHMOBILE Newton and Douglas Sts. 669-8331 5 MIN. AUTOMATIC CAR WASH EVERY CAR RECEIVES VELVET GLOVE TREATMENT PETER PAN PASTRY SHOPPE, INC. Home Owned Your Specialty Bake Shoppe Bristol, Va. Phone 669-8 1 71 507 Cumberland St. " The Fresh, Fresh Flavor You Get — Only in Pet” Compliments of JESSEE COAL CO. JOE RAINERO TILE Piedmont at Rebecca QUALITY RELIABLE SERVICE WEIGHTS Bristol, Va. 232 Piedmont Ave. Phone 669-8642 THE VIRGINIAN ARTISTS STATES MOTOR RAMBLER The most trouble free car. The car that owners like best. Peyton Boyd, Linda King, and Carl Williams. SERVICE APPLIANCE CO., INC. MOORE scon STREETS Bristol, Virginia YOUR WESTINGHOUSE DISTRIBUTOR Major Appliances - TV - Radio and Portable Appliances BURGER KING DRIVE-INN 20 Blountville Highway Compliments of U. S. PLYWOOD Compliments of . . . 928 W. STATE ST. BRISTOL, VA. WHITTEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. Piedmont Edmund Street POTATO Bristol, Va. CHIPS " HOUSE OF LIGHTING FIXTURES " BURROUGHS SHOE STORE 507 State Street Bristol, Virginia FRANKLIN SAVINGS LOAN CORP. 29-Sixth St. FULLER BUS LINE Bristol , Virginia Bristol • to - Saltville " LOCAL SERVICE FOR LOCAL PEOPLE " 325 Piedmont Street 669-5522 Bristol, Va. KERN’S BAKERY BRISTOL, VA. — TENN. AUTOGRAPHS Sullins College Extends Congratulations To The Class of ’63 COWAN BROS. INC. WHOLESALE 809 State St. THE JEWEL BOX " THE SOUTH ' S LARGEST JEWELERS ' ' Now 2 Stores in Bristol 529 State St. Southside Shopping Bristol, Va. Center Bristol, Tenn. SOUTHERN FURNITURE CO. Bristol, Va. Compliments of HOLSTON STEEL STRUCTURES INC. 21 Third Street Bristol, Tennessee Custom Made Metal Buildings STERLING - HOUSE Bristol Va.-Tenn. CHARLES RUSSO Bristol, Tenn. Congratulations Graduates Best Wishes For Success and Much Happiness in The Years Ahead Dick Easterly EASTERLY REAL ESTATE VAN DERVORT’S, INC. Smart Styles Quality Shoes Properly Fitted Paramount Theatre Building Bristol, Tennessee WESTBURY FASHIONS OF VIRGINIA Paceju JW Manufacturers of Talbott U est£ utcj JluuMS P osluons Bristol, Virginia WHOLESALE HARDWARE — MILL DeVAULTS INC. PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Athletic Equipment — Established 1880 1 4 Lee Street Sporting Goods Bristol, Virginia MITCHELL-POWERS HDWE. COMPANY Incorporated Telephone 669-7521 Bristol, Virginia BRISTOL ' S GREAT DEPARTMENT STORE Serving Southwest Virginia and East Tennessee for more than 74 years POTEET COMPANY 8 1 4 Broad Street Bristol, Tenn. Phone 764-3941 Chrysler Imperial MOORE-EARHART COMPANY Bristol, Virginia OUTFITTERS OF HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES PAUL COOK ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AND LUGGAGE FUNERAL HOME 101 Pennsylvania Avenue Bristol, Tennessee BIG JACK MANUFACTURING CO. BRISTOL BUILDERS BRISTOL STEEL IRON WORKS, INC. Dependable steel service since 1 908 SUPPLY CO. Bristol, Virginia Dealing in Quality building Materials, at prices you can afford COURTESY ICE CREAM fiyZS Manufacturers and Jobbers OXf . Special Orders, Wholesale Retail Jd ? ? Dial 669-9131 317 Piedmont St., Bristol, Va. W-O-P-l- RADIO 1490 — AM 96.9 — FM SINCE 1929 THE PIONEER VOICE OF THE APPALACHIANS N.B.C. AFFILIATE EASLEY — WRIGHT BLDG. Bristol, Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF F. W. WOOL WORTH CO. Compliments of STEWART CANDY COMPANY Candies, Notions, School Supplies Dial 669-2832 FAUCETTE CO. Bristol, Tennessee Congratulations to the class of ' 63 McGHEE PRINTING COMPANY 19 Sixth St. Bristol, Tenn. FASHION SHOP SMART APPAREL fitter ZJ ' oof ' i and t ar iet if . ( f) All Phones 764-2181 900 1-ifili St. Bristol, Tenn . " Heavenly Foods at Earthly Prices " 604 State Street Bristol, Tenn. MILK D. B. RYLAND CO. Bristol ' s First Name in Diamonds — Watches — Jewelry Silverware ICE CREAM 531 State Street Phone 669-6821 VALLEYDALE PACKERS INC. BACON SAUSAGE WIENERS BUNTING’S DRUG STORE HOLLINGSWORTH CANDIES H. D. CONNELLY ESSO STATION VERIFIED ESSO LUBRICATION Bristol, Virginia WALLACE OLDSMOBILE 945 State Street Bristol, Va. 669-6175 THE FIRST AUTOMOBILE DEALER GOING OUT STATE STREET R. L. SHIPLEY AGENCY EAST TENNESSEE APPLIANCE REAL ESTATE - GENERAL INSURANCE Sales — FRIGIDAIRE — Service 1 7 Sixth St. 24 Fourth Street Bristol, Tenn.-Va. Phone 764-5164 I Tickel Brothers i NEON and PLASTIC SIGNS — OUTDOOR ADVERTISING’ Telephone 968-1451 Fifteenth and Shelby Streets Bristol, Tennessee SAM HICKS HAIR DESIGNERS Sycamore and Piedmont MORTON’S GROCERY Phone 669-3 1 27 112 Pennsylvania Ave. Compliments of SPIC AND SPAN The House of Beauty for Discriminating Young Women Scissor Cutting A Specialty 6 STYLISTS TO SERVE YOU GRAYS DAIRY IT PAYS TO USE GRAYS Compliments J. B. DENTON CO. Fresh meats and groceries FRED REUNING COMPANY Phone 669-2 1 25 19-21 Commonwealth Friendly Insurance You can always get a better deal at PETE MOORE ELEC. YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER COMPLIMENTS OF All Nationally Known Brands HENLEY GILLESPIE PETE MOORE 1103 W. State St. Phone 669-2106 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS YELLOW COACH LINES BRISTOL CLEANERS AND FURRIERS BRISTOL ' S OLDEST AND MOST 1233 West State Street Bristol, Virginia — Tennessee DEPENDABLE South’s Most Modern Plant TRANSPORTATION SERVICE Shirts Laundered to Please Phone 669-4841 Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee APPALACHIAN PIANO SALES SERVICE 1 1 30 West State St. Bristol, Tenn. Phone 764-71 74 NATIONAL FABRICS Phone 669-1 242 " TRI-CITIES LARGEST SELECTION’’ DR. FRANK WINSTON FLEU OPTOMETRIST Office Hours 25 Moore Street 9 A.M.-5 P.M. Bristol, Virginia 1504 Euclid Ave. Bristol, Va. THE MONROE CALCULATING MACHINE CO. Manufacturers of Machines for Business CALCULATING — ADDING — ACCOUNTING MACHINES Factory: Sales Service Valley Drive 2003 West State St. Bristol, Va. Bristol, Va. Tel. 669-1 161 Tel. 669-7021 Congratulations and Best Wishes to each Virginia High Senior of 1963 If you wish to specialize in business education, come to see us. Complete Courses of study in: Secretarial — Stenographic Gregg Shorthand Junior Accounting Rounsaville ABC Shorthand Clerk — Typist and other courses to fit your IBM Key Punch individual needs A most cordial invitation is extended to you to visit our college and see first-hand our modern equipment and observe our methods of training. BRISTOL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Bristol, Tennessee Telephone 968-1442 Free Placement Service “BETTER SECRETARIES OUR SPECIALTY” S. K. M. AGENCY, INC. A. Kyle Morison, Manager BRISTOL OFFICE SUPPLY CO., INC. OFFICE SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AGENCY FOR SPERRY RAND TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES P.O. Box 349 2 8 Moore St. GENERAL INSURANCE Shelby at Sixth Street P. O. Box 466 — Dial 764-4154 Bristol, Tenn. — Va. SERVING DELICIOUS FOOD HOTEL GENERAL SHELBY 1540 Euclid Ave. Southside Shopping Center Bristol ' s leading Hotel BRISTOL, VIRGINIA-TENNESSEE HARRY LEE SENTER Manager EVERY ROOM WITH RADIO, BATH AND CIRCULATING ICE WATER — FREE PARKING — TELEVISION — AIR CONDITIONING AVAILABLE. R. Lynn Fleenor President TYPEWRITER SALES SERVICE CO., INC. COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS Phone 764-3181 832 State Street Bristol, Tennessee 764-6144 KING COLLEGE Let Us Help You With Your College Plans Congratulations to the Class of ' 63 HAYES REYNOLDS FURNITURE COMPANY " THE COUNTRY STORE THAT SAVES YOU MORE " Highway 421 Bristol, Tennessee YOU ' LL BE PROUD TO SAY, IT ' S FROM Compliments of BETTY GAY BLEVINS TIRE CO. 625 State St. 1 1 22 Oakview St. Bristol, Virginia 669-6033 669-5831 Collecting Funds For “Mr. Football’’ Contest Refreshing remembrance THE LITTLE VIRGINIAN THE VIRGINIAN We wish to thank the Faculty and Students of Virginia High for their splendid support of our school paper and yearbook. DANIEL ARTS ANTIQUES Compliments of Nettie Lee NETTIE LEE SHOPS Phone — 669-8126 509 State Street Johnson City — Bristol — Kingsport RILEY’S REAL ESTATE REALTOR 502 State St. Phone 764-7151 Bristol, Tenn. BULLOCK PHARMACY 834 State St. Bristol, Tenn. — Va. FOR PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Call 764-3184 CLARK PALIN DRUG STORE INTERSTATE MOTORS, INC. PLYMOUTH VALIANT 1 1 20 West State Phone 764-6162 Phone 764-9233 SERV-ALL, INC. 928 West State Street Bristol, Tenn. — Va. INSTITUTIONAL WHOLESALERS Catering to — Schools, Restaurants, Cafeterias, Hotels, Hospitals, Etc. Distributors MAXWELL HOUSE HOTEL RESTAURANT COFFEE Burlington, largest and most diversified manufacturer of quality fabrics, hosiery, carpets and other textile products, offers career opportunities to qualified graduates in one of America’s most essential industries. Visit the Burlington plant in your area, or write to BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, Personnel Department, Greensboro, North Carolina. Burlin . . . North Carolina Volunteer Textiles a Unit of ton Burlington INDUSTRIES, INC. U era ime iht Li i ej Aments’ lo) ROGERS JEWELRY COMPANY PIEDMONT LAUNDRY 309 Piedmont St. Phone 669-3332 WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE JEWELRY 514 State Street KEMBLE-COCHRAN COMPANY BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND OFFICE OUTFITTERS Esso, s ALLEN L. WILLET - Dealer ince 1907 Bristol, Va.-Tenn. 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