Virginia High School - Virginian Yearbook (Bristol, VA)

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Lasting Impressions . . . The unity of the school in which you are a definite part . . . important goals accomplished . . . the participation in clubs and activities . . . supporting faithful teams . . . the work which you are proud of . . . the familiar and well trod upon halls . . . the tingle of pride when you hear the Alma Mater . . . the enthusiastic pep rallies . . . the lasting friendships formed and cherished . . . the per- formance of talent and skill for your school . . .the feel- ing of belonging to V.H.S. . . . these will be the impres- sions of your high school years which will last forever. I Mr. Robert Pearson 8 A Man Of Many Interests I At one time he was principal of Tho- mas Jefferson School. For thirty-four years he has taught in the school system. He taught General Math and Shop, and is presently teaching Mechanical Draw- ing I. His classes are an enjoyable time of learning because of his keen interest in his students. Sponsoring the Interact Club is one of his many out of the class- room activities. You often see him at skirmishes and taking up tickets at foot- ball games. To a man of many interests, we dedicate this 1968 “Virginian” to Mr. Robert Pearson. 1 . ■ 9 CUiA- oS J- rA.‘SS IXxt lJ O-IC ' c ' x l-JvTTw M M tC--.t;T?.-ys -‘ ' f f ' Z p ‘ ) ieu. _ c) e 2 M 6 cJ ' - Administration o (5) t A LA S 7 " ADL 5 X.Z innelle Acuff English 9 Beta Club Sponsor A r B K Barker Algebra I General Math Junior CiMian Sponsor Mrs. Doris Boolh English 12 English Dept. Head , trs. Louise Boss Join Ph Ed II, III ( heerleader Co-Sponsor .Mrs Frames Bovd D O I. II D O, Club Sponsor Vocational Dept Head Miss Irene Brass n I ' S- Histop. I RG INI AN Sponsor Student EIEE Club Sponsor Social Studies Dept, Head Mr Siephen Bullard General Science f ' hxsics Junior Class Co-Sponsor Mrs. Helen Coleman Home Economics II. III. IN ' I ' H .A. Club Sponsor Miss Leone Cooper Eibrarian Eibrarc Club Sponsor Mrs. Mildred Copenhaver Art I II. Ill Home Economics I IRGINl.AN Co-Sponsor Mrs. Bells Cornelius .Algebra I. II Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi- ' A Sponsor .Mrs. Mildred Cre er T ping 1 II Shorthand 1. II Class Night Sponsor Assistant Principal W, C. Rasnick speaks to teachers in a faculty meeting. V LEVir;. 12 1 Faculty Has Ten New Members The Teaching staff of Virginia High school consists of fifty- six members holding degrees from thirty-two different col- leges and universities. Of these teachers twenty-one have ob- tained Masters Degrees while one has his Doctorate. As a whole the teaching staff has contributed seven hundred and thirty-five years to the education of voung people. With the addition of courses in welding, economics and special education, the curriculum this year ofl ' ers seventy-two units. Virginia High is accredited by the State Department of Ed- ucation and by the Southern Association of Schools and Col- leges. There are one thousand and forty-three pupils enrolled. Dr Louis Kovacs Principal prepares magazine for mailing. Tf. Howard Cummins Biologv 1 Sophomore Class Sponsor Science Dept. Head fiss Sara Dean Phy. Ed [ Cheerleader Co-Sponsor Mr. Jack Cummins D.E I. II. Ill D.E. Club Sponsor Mrs. Geneva Dillard Reading Assistant Mr. Charles Cu rciu L ' .S. Government Economics •Athletic Bus. Mgr. .Mr .Marion Du er Shop .Mrs. Thomas Daniel Latin I. 11. Ill Latin Club Sponsor Language Dept Head Mr Jack French Reading Freshman Class Sponsor Mrs. Ireta Dawson Librarian n Mrs. Charlotte Fulp Clerical Assistant Mr. Jack Cummins makes use of duplicating machine. Miss Nina Garrett Geometry Magazine Sales Co-Sponsor Miss Linda Green French I. Ill Spanish II French Club Sponsor Mr. Lester Hal! English 12 S.C.A. Sponsor Mr. Roscoe Hall Guidance Boys ' Counselor Mrs. Elaine Hicks Study Hall Mr. Ray Hooper Typing II Clerical Practice Office Training V.O.T. Sponsor Senior Class Sponsor Business Dept. Head Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard French I. II F.T.A. Sponsor Mr. Alien Jennings Phy. Ed. II, III Boys’ Intramurals Mrs. Jean Lewis Business Math General Business Shorthand I LITTEE VIRGINIAN Co-Sponsor Miss Nancy Lindamood Choral Director Mr. Carl Marion General Business Phy. Ed. I Driver Training Key Club onsor Basketball Coach 14 Mrs. Katherine Martin General Business Typing I F.B.L.A. Sponsor Mr. Tipton Myers Mech. Drawing 11. Ill Mrs. Laura McNutt Guidance Girls’ Counselor Spring Festival Sponsor Mr. Robert Pearson Mech. Drawing 1 Freshman Class Sponsor Mr. Bob Merritt Phy. Ed. 1 U.S. Government Coach Mrs. Marianne Post English 11,12 Speech Forensics Sponsor Drama Club Sponsor Miss Karen Millsaps Spanish 1, 11. Ill, IV Spanish Club Sponsor Mrs. Linda Pullon Chemistry Mrs. Martha Moore English 9 Beta Foundation Sponsor Miss Laura Fern Rankin Biology Advance Science Mrs. Mary Littleton, Parent Teacher Association President, greets teachers at coke party. Mr. W. C. Rasnick Trig Advanced Algebra Assistant Principal Mr. M. H. Richardson Band Director Miss Helen Reeves English 1 1 Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor Mr. Roland Seward Asst. Band Director 1 5 Mrs. Laura McNutt and Mr. Roscoc Hall guidance counselors accept a monev gift from the Riwanis Club to he used in Vocational Guidance. The gift is presented bv .Mr. .1. O. " Buddy " Crump, Mr Larry Spangler General Science Biology Interact Club Sponsor Coach Mr Roherl Towns U.S. History VV ' orld History Monogram Sponsor Coach Mr. Jerry Watford L ' .S History World History Head Footbail Coach Miss Siiney Whitley Enalish 1 1 LITTLE IRGINI AN Sponsor Mrs. Ralph H hitaker Secretary . fr. Clarence W ilkinsoi .Algebra Boys ' Hi-V Sponscrr Mrs. M T. W illiams English 9. 10 -Teens ' Sponsor Mr. Jerry Wright English 10 Forensics Co-Sponsor Drama Club Co-Sponsor 16 Mr. Rasnick checks over absentees. Assistant Principal Mr. Cecil Rasnick Principal Dr. Louis Kovacs Superintendent Of Schools Dr. Joseph B. VanPelt School Board Mr. Jim Worrell, Mr. Claude Cro- chett. Mr. J. F. Tolley, chairman Dr. Joseph B. VanPelt, Super- intendent: Mrs. Violet Grimsley, Clerk; Mr. Otis Hurt. Mrs. W. C. Grigsby. Jr. Supervisory Staff Front Row: Mr. Herman Baker, Federal Coordinator, and Mrs. Helen Ruth Ogle, Dietician. Back Row: Mr. Calvin Derting, Visiting Teacher, and Mr. T. T. Hammack, General Supervisor. Department Heads Seated: Boys’ Counselor, Mr. Roscoe Hall; Voca- tional, Mrs. Frances Boyd; Social Studies, Miss Ir- ene Brown; Language, Mrs. Mary Daniel; Math, Mr. Cecil Rasnick; Physical Education, Mr. Allen Jennings; Commercial, Mr. Ray Hooper; English, Mrs. C. Dons Booth; Science, Mr. Howard Cummins. Standing: Librarian, Miss Leone Coop- er; Principal, Dr. Louis Kovacs; Girls’ Counsel- or, Mrs. Laura McNutt. 19 P.T.A Mrs. Mary Littleton, president of the Parent Teacher Association, serves Mr. Clarence Wil- kinson during a coke party for the faculty. Officers Principal Dr. Kovacs, Second Vice Presi- dent Mrs. Carl Meade, Secretary Mrs. Wil- liam E. Smith, President Mrs. Howard Lit- tleton, First Vice President Mrs. Bernard Jessee, Corr. Secretary Mrs. Joe Adams, Historian Miss Irene Brown, Third Vice President Mrs, Alex Andersen, Treasurer Mr. Fain Goodpasture. Parents register and pay their membership fee prior to en- tering the cafeteria for the first P. T. A. meeting of the school year. 20 Front Row: Francis Walden, Ethel Dickenson, Cleo Holmes, Kathleen Valdez, Nellie Sauls, Blanche McCroskey. Back Row: Nell Hatcher, Virginia Derey, Gladys Duty, Mae Berger. Cafeteria Staff Custodians Mrs. Freeman, Mr. Morrell, Mr. Snider, Mr. Gross, Mr. Keith. Mrs. C. N. Hurt, Mrs. J. N. Criswell. Cashiers 21 ' ' -;a v‘ j " ' - i y s K ‘ ' • ■■.A f - ' a A X I J « A.jj ; V- . .■ . :Va X - ■; -, ' vK ' v ' A. -..- ' . . • :• A ' j ' s A., ' : V 5 V .S. ' ■ fj ' . ' ’ ' ■ ... • . ' • V V 4 .(•■•- . f . .■■ ■ ,• li- ' ■ . -X. 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English Vickie Wheeler delivers speech on “How I Lost My Excuse.” Mr. Hall’s students find locations mentioned in their litera- ture book. 24 Mrs. Booth explains Personal Pronouns to Senior English students. 25 Mrs. Daniel’s third and fourth year Latin class studies their vocabulary for a coming test. Diane Miller reads conversation to Miss Millsaps in Spanish three and four class. 26 Languages Mrs. Hubbard helps Janice Page as she listens to a tape of a French translation. Miss Greene listens to Marshall Stewart as he gives a Spanish translation. 27 Students listen to an explanation to a difficult trig problem. Tom Harmon points out the different Geometric designs to Anne Mays. Mathematics Mr. Barker goes over an Algebra problem with his students. 28 Coach Spangler’s sister, Mrs. Norma Dever, who assists her husband in the Hebrew Union College of Biblical archaeology in Jerusalem, talks with students after showing slides of their work. Social Studies Term projects are a part of the social studies requirement. 29 ,1 Biology students work on a science display case. Biology students go over ideas for projects for their coming deadline. 30 Jack Lee and Maude Lauman work on Chemistry problems. 31 Mrs. Copenhaver checks on new work assignment— decoupage. Students work with water colors. Christine Modrzejewski admires work done on Christmas project. Art 32 Home Economics Home Ec. students compare the fashion designs in pattern books. Students look at the different projects on home planning. One of the jobs mastered in Home Ec. is work in the kitchen. 33 Physical Education The Boys’ Physical Education class does exercise in perfect form. 34 John Osborne shows skill in torch cutting. 35 D.E. And D.O Richard King gives instructions to other D.O. students on job interviews. Dean V ' hitlow and Basil Kisner go over diagram in D.E. D.E. girls work on shadowbo.x assignment. Commercial Arts Mrs. Creger checks the progress of her tvping students. Students work on shorthand assignment during class. Martha Sue Rutherford tries out a new machine in shorthand class. 37 “Maybe if I just ignore them, thev’ll go away. ' Expressions Throughout the year, we have many feelings and many moods. Through these we find priceless expressions. “These girls make me nervous.” 38 Who said coaching is tough?? 39 Remember- I ' m King of the lab! 40 I know something you don ' t know. you (9 L Pz P s Ps h CLF) h 41 Alan Gilly. Mr. Twirp. hides in the underbrush as he hears the approaching desperadoes. Sam McVey and John Henner— two contented boys after Kangaroo Court? Twirp Week One a year the tables turn at V.H.S. and the girls get a chance to entertain their favorite beaus. During “Twirp Week” girls are responsible for performing all the niceties they expect from the boys every other week in the year. Activities this year in- cluded ball games, church, pizza dinners, and movies. 42 43 Seniors Present “I Remember Mama” Under the direction of Mrs. Marianne Post, the play “I Remember Mama” was presented by the Senior Class at the Virginia Junior High auditorium. The play was open to the public and was a delightful experience for the participants and for those who attended. Mama. Jessica Woody, listens to Unde Chris’. Stev e Taucher , last words. X ' »ce ii ; Rurdeti Snider. Seated: Woodv. Church. Thomas. King. Standing: Tauc her, Helton. Ran- dolph. thrge. Browning, Sutherland, Silcox. Cross. Wheele.r. 44 Plays Presented By Drama Students This year the Drama Club has provided the student body with some very good play entertainment. Mueh hard work went into the “behind the scene” prepara- tion for these plays and many hours were devoted to practice. These plays, “So’s Your Old Man” and “Mug- sy’s Merry Christmas”, were presented in the gym and enjoyed by everyone. Participant.s are frozen in position before the play begins. " Mugsy’s Merry Chrfstmas " presented to the student body. These young actors participated in “So’s Your Old Man " , written by the speech class. 45 V-T Week The Vikings didn ' t feel at home this night. Snookie secures the city trophy for the Bearcat victors. Winning isn ' t everything, but it ' s way ahead of whatever comes in second. V-T Week— a week of enthusiasm, school spirit, and a Friday night victory of 3-0. It began with a weekend spent decorating the school and ended with a City Tro- phy. The theme “Happiness is the City Trophy” was carried out with Charlie Browns, Lucy’s Lane and a Pig- pen made for the Vikings. There was a Bonfire, Snake Dance, and Car Parade. To top off the week an hour long pep rally was held. The Alpha Foundation pre- sented a skit featuring Snoopy dogs. But the most ex- citing time of all was when the game was over, the score 3-0, and V.H.S. took home the City Trophy. 46 “I’ll never understand how girls and football could take precedence over Beethoven.” Coach Watford “humbly” accepts the city trophy from THS Coach Crop. Alex Todt breaks out of the doghouse to begin the V-T pep rally. Bearcats ready to burn up the Vikings. 47 The crowning point in the senior year, next to graduation, of course, is the day the class rings arrive. From that day on seniors are endowed with the pride and priviledge of being the “top brass” of the school. Each class ring displays the individuality of its owner while at the same time it binds together the Class of 1968 as a whole. Senior Rings fimS BROTHirS INC iHWt «M$$. UiA 48 Student— Faculty Game Benny Bailey outreaches Coach Marion for the tip. The annual Student-Faculty basketball game pre- sented by the Latin Club miraculously ended in a 39-33 victory for the somewhat bedraggled faculty members. However, the students intend to make their comeback next year. Referee Kovac.s instructs Captains Donnelly and Marion before start of the game. Miss Green, Mrs. Hicks, and Mrs. McChesney cheer their men on to victory. 49 Hallmark Art Contest winners. Holly Hal e and Pam Smith, put finishing touches on one of their ‘‘originals " ( ' i’). Awards V ickie Whee ler shows Mrs. Coleman how she won the Betty Crocker Homemaker Award. All regional chorus: Jessee. Smith, Booher, Lyttle, Shortt, Branson. Rutter, Mays. 50 Each year at Virginia High many honors and awards are presented to deserving students. Several of these are awarded at the Underclassmen Awards Assembly and at Class Night in May. Included here are the most outstanding awards presented earlier in the year. These people are to be congratulated for their superlative achievements. Julie Powell was the recipient of the D.A.R. Essay Award. The Bauche and Lonib Science Award was presented to Terrv Mays. David Church, outstanding band member, and Suzanne Jessee, outstanding chorus member, were selected to take part in a European tour. 51 Alan Gilly and Bill Thomas received nominations for the two Most Outstanding Teenagers in America. Suzanne Jessee was the deserving winner of the Voice of Democracy contest. .Members of the .All-district and All-regional basketball teams and honorable mentions are: Harmon. Slagle. Baker. Musick. Rutter. Todt. Bailee. Knox. Stewart. 52 Homecoming Queen Robin Arnold escorted by Larry Clark. Homecoming Queen This year marked the beginning of a new tradition at Virginia High-the crown- ing of a Homecoming Queen. Candidates were entered by each of the clubs and the queen was selected by the student body. Third runner-up was Judy Large. Terry Mays was second runner-up. a tie pre- sented Diane Miller and Patsy Silco.x as first runners-up. and Miss Robin .Arnold was chosen as Virginia High’s first Home- coming Queen. 53 Queen Amazing America King Miss Sherrv Winter Mr. Lannie Rutter 54 SECOND RUNNERS UP Miss Terrv Mays Mr. John Brown FIRST RUNNERS UP Miss Kalhv Lane Mr. Don Branson FOURTH RUNNERS LIP Miss Syria Wade Mr. Danny Smith THIRD RUNNERS UP Miss Anita Criswell Mr. Alan Gillv 55 Front Row: Fleenof land. Smith. M pleton, Wade. ' i Leonard .... lauscher . Suther- Holdway. Feathers. Sta- Coleman, Carter. Young. Flaves. Gillv. Criswell. Todt. J. King. Allison. Vance. Front Row: Baker, .Arnold, Meade. Carrier, Miller, Smith. Johnson, Page. Back FJaU F rell.,,£,nis Ly C. Mtisick. Knipe. Dugger. MeCtilloeh. Second Row: Woody. King. Ouisenberry, Littlfe SS TfriThT V a n FIoy. llTej. S. Sileox. Lee. Hensley, Ramero. Brumet, Moretz, Melvin. Front Row: Rutter. Valiant. Flenner. Rutherford. Mays. Back Row: Branson. Lane. Cole. Ross. Tho- .Alexander. Cochran. Brown. P. Silco.x. Gordon. T. mas. .Andersen. Clark. Flackley. Baker. Large. 56 i Tab Baxley, Master of Ceremonies, talks with Mrs. McNutt, General Chairman. Amazing America “Amazing America” was the theme of this year’s Spring Festival. The theme was a carry over from President John- son’s plea to Americans to stay in this hemisphere and see America first. Tab Baxley was this year’s Master of Cere- monies, Skits carried out the theme by giving us a glance at Broadway, Chicago, Hawaii, and others. The choral depart- ment and the Big Orange Band provided the music for the evening. The highlight of the festivities was the crowning of Miss Sherry Winter and Mr. Fannie Rut- ter as reigning King and Queen of Vir- ginia High School. Participants gave their interpretation of “Mississippi Mud.” 57 Camille Williams perl ' ormed an American folk ballet. " Bonnie and Clyde " took on a new face with the sophomore class. 58 1 hesc graceful couples dance to the " Tennessee Walt The Alpha Foundation and other participants portray a Hawaiian tourist scene singing “Happ Talk " . 59 %, V ' V , ■ ,. ■ ’ ' ,x ' ‘ ' ' ' ' ' ' ■ ?’ " ,-‘ 4 ' ivN ' .-I ' S? ' -V V ' - ' ■ V • Si. " cpa l- S . ' v. k; ■ ' ■i " ■ 1-. ■ ■ ' - ■ ’ v ' S; . - .Vx ' t’- f, V, ' - ' N k ' . V ;• A • ' ■ ' ■,y . S’;fe-vAv??v, ' ,vS " ' -. " S ' - ' ■ ; ' ' L ' . vNj ' •‘ ' ' Vyy ' v • V ' . ' • ' ' ■ ' a ’ ■- ' ■ •’,• i yl ,•■. ' : ;S -Sv • ' ?I - ' v‘- ' v . ' •K ' ' . i ' ' - ' ' - JvVA ' S .■ ' . ' ■ ■ ' l-- ' - . ' ■- ' ■ ' ' ' • , •■ ' ; ' v ' .s- -i •; ' ... .• • ' ' W ' y mp fy 1 1 ,.- • . k ' ' ' » ,»a Organizations Virginian Staff The Virginian staff is a group of stu- dents responsible for producing the year- book. Through the year they compile all the information on every aspect of V.H.S. life along with pictures, copy, and layouts. Through meeting their deadlines they have the annual ready to present to the student body in May. Editor Connie King and business manager Anita Criswell ponder over details of the Virginian. Sealed: Criswell. Chandler urdet . Bates, Adkins. Little. Sianding: Sponsor Mrs. Copenhaver, King. Brown. Musick. Gilly. Smlth-.-Spcmsor Miss Brown, McCulloch, Modrzejewski. 62 Johnny Brown and Terry Smith proofread copy for the coming deadline. Ryland Musick and Connie King get pictures in or- der for distribution. Photographer Mike King concentrate ' on deselopiiii: his latest snapshots. 63 Little Virginian Staff The “Little Virginian” staff is responsible for our school paper. They gather news with- in the school and along with features and pictures produce a four page paper dis- tributed several times during the year. They cover all school activities, sports, honors, and student contributions. Co-editors Betty Cooper and Peggy Sutherland add their finishing touches to the " Little Virginian " . Advertising manager Mark Hoback and co-business managers Diane Miller and Gary Salyers consult with each other. Co-sponsors Mrs. Lew-is and Miss Whitley smile approval at the finished product. 64 PAGE EDITORS: Page, Rutherford, Salyers, Goodpastur e, Ross. 65 First Row: Stallard. Allen, Griswold. Davis. Yarber, Ruther- ford, Kristofek. Second Row: Page, Leonard, Silcox, Winters, Mays, Carter, Weiler. Hobson. Third Row: King, Cox, Parks, Ellis , Miller, Irwin, Bailey, Cain. Fourth Row: Helton. Smith, Stanley, Baxley, Warren, Lee, Henner, Alexander, Salyers, Dutton. Student Cooperative Association President Thomas instructs homeroom representatives on issuing Honor Council ballots. The Student Cooperative Association, com- monly called the S.C.A., is the student organiza- tion of Virginia High School. It coordinates activ- ities of all clubs, and the officers act as represen- tatives of the student body. The special projects for this year include op- erating the Book Store and collecting for the Stu- dent Scholarship Fund. Funds for the organization come through the year-round sale of school supplies. Lean Goodpasture brings out the folders to prepare S.C.A. officers for term paper rush. 66 First row: Mitchell, Andersen, Page, Thomas, Cartwright, Row: Rainero, Harmon, Wheeler, Ross, Criswell, Bryant, Second Row: Hernandez . McCulloch, Fourth Row: Cooper. Kistner, Carter, King, Mays, Rutherford, Icenhour, Daughtery. Third Sanderson. Belcher, yttle, McNew, Club Council The Club Council was organized to improve the clubs and promote a greater interest in them. It is comprised of all the presidents of the clubs at Virginia High. This year the Council spon- sored Virginia High’s first Homecoming Queen. Honor Council The Honor Council is the judiciary group of our school. They, along with the administration, decide upon disciplinary measures for students. Seated: Knipe, Adkins, C. King, Silcox. Standing: T. King, Smith, Lyttle, Thomas. 67 First Row: Sponsor Miss Acuff, President Lyttle, Vice President Sutherland, Secretary King. Treasurer Mays, Parliamentarian Little. Second Row: A. Mays, Knipe.j ortofl) Davis. Silcox, Carter. D. Chandler. Page, Jessee, Bura$fle7 ' Rutherford. Third Row: Moore. Ball, Cartwright. Tollie, Bass. Clark. Duncan. Beta The National Beta Club is an honor organiza- tion for students who maintain a scholastic and citi- zenship average of “B”. One of the fund raising Powell, Hackley, Shortt, McCulloch, Adkins, Mitchell, Good- pasture, M. Chandler. Fourth Row: Helton, Feathers, White, McNew, Thomas, Johnson, Henner. Gordon, Church, Dugger, Clark. Fleenor, Salyers. Club projects of the club includes the sale of books to the student body. Also, the officers represented the club in the Veteran’s Day Parade. Bruce Lyttle checks orders for Beta Club book stand. First Row: President Shipley, Secretary Mellett, White, Hawkins, Henner, Spon- sor King. Second Row: Pender, Gibson, Dickert, Whittaker, Cutshaw. Third Row: Willis, Dutton, Brown, Gillespie, McQueeney, Kerr, Members of the Latin Pledge Club. Latin Club members decorate a tree in the language wing for the Christmas holidays. Latin Club One of the Latin Club’s main highlights this also sponsored the Student-Faculty basketball year was the trip to the Junior Classical League game, a Christmas cart for the teachers, and they Convention at the University of Virginia. They did T. B. volunteer work during the drive. First Row: President Rutherford, Vice President King, Secretary Mitchell, Treasurer Parks, Reporter Thurmond. Second Row: McNew, Chandler, Goodpasture, Smith, Sponsor Mrs. Daniel. Third Row: Davis, Clark, Hackley, Stallard, Andersen, Dye, Swiney, Fourth Row: Cornett, Henner, Johnson, Cunningham, Arnold, C. King. 69 First Row: President McCulloch. Vice President Miller. Secre- tary Hackley, Treasurer Dugger. Sergeant-at-arms King. Spon- sor Miss Millsaps. Second Row: Willis, Fagan. Stump. Chan- dler. Cladc Buchanan. Groves. Van Hoy. Third Row: Morgan, LovewfMortpjt ' , Wheele r. Bowers, Simms, Bailey. Fourth Row: FleenoFHCFtstofek. Tauscher, Hoback, Williams, Booher. Spanish Club Rebecca McCulloch and Miss Millsaps admire the dec- oration on the Spanish room door. The main interest of the Spanish Club is to better the understanding of the Spanish-speaking people and their customs. The club has presented speakers and films along this topic. Other activities include a Christmas fiesta, a donation to the Santa Pal Fund, bake sales, and car washes. Spanish Club members discuss a project at one of their meetings. 70 French Club Miss Green gives instructions for decorating the language wing. The French Club was organized to become better ac- quainted with the French laws, customs, and people. The club’s activities included bake sales, selling candy, deco- rating for Christmas, and taking a Santa Pal at Christmas. Michele Tollie hands Barbara Bass another Christmas decoration for the language wing. First Row: President Cartwright. Vice President Musick, Secre- tary Snider, Ji aaoure r- CT is. Reporter Knipe, Sergeant-at-arms Keyt, Sponsor Miss Green. Second Row: Williams, Tollie, Page, J. Page, Jessee, King, Odum, Teague, O’Dell, Mays, Ellis. Third Row: Leonard, Powell, Bass, Hayes, Adkins, Cunningham, West, Sandoe J. Ellis, Baker. Fourth Row: Hale, White. Church, Warren, Steele, Harlow, Bryant, Green, Gilliam, Wallace. r — 71 Art Club members work after school on corsages sold during V-T week. Art Club The Art Club promotes the understanding and appreciation of art. The club has an art display which comes out the first of every month. During V-T week the art club made tags and decorations. This year the club sponsored the art mobile, dec- orated for the Spring Festival and sponsored a Spring Art show. Also they made decorations for teacher appreciation day. Throughout the year they decorate many bulletin boards that add to the general beauty of the school. First Row: President King, Vice President Young, Secretary Bell. Treasurer Modrzejewski, Second Row: Randolph. Hayes, Knox, Hale, Tolley, Thomas. Third Row: McCulloch, Shazor, Lane, Booher, Taylor, Stevens, Sponsor Mrs. Copenhaver. Fourth Row: Shearin, Greeson, Viers, Warren, Nelson, Leonard. 72 First Row: MoTtOT S. BurdeQ®, President-T dersen TS cretarv Ellis . .Parliamentarian Sutherland, Ross, Kearfott, Kerr, Tollie. Second Row: Baker, Farnham, Fagan, Page, P. Page, Woody, Randolph, Moore, Drinkard, Post. Thi rd Row: Davis, Green, Lovett, A. Davis, Hayes, W heeler, Stewart, Barker, Hernandez . Martin, Single- ton. Fourth Row: Cornett, Miller, T auscher, Koltunski, Hoback, Myers , Church, Musick, Booher, Stedmen. Drama Club The Drama Club has been very active this year with the presentation of a Thanksgiving play pre- sented on the front lawn and a Christmas play presented to the students in the gymnasium enti- tled “Mugsy’s Merry Christmas”. Merry Cnristmas.” Vickie Wheeler, Jessica Woody and Sandy Ellis re- lax after their performance in a drama club play. 73 7 ?ohv Chaplain Caywood, Reporter Davis, Historian Collins, President Pi in. Second Row: Stewart, Cochran,_P25l ross, Treasurer Crusenberry, Secretary Melvin, Vice-President Burnett, Sp©m«f= vfe C ' ooper, Chapman, Hobbs, Pender, Scroggs. Library Club The everyday circulation job and processing materials are the most important activities of the Library Club. The club decorated the library for V-T Week and also made labels from week to week which members wore in support of the team. Library Club members sell candy in the old S.C.A. booth. Checking out books is one of the duties of the Library Club members. j i ) ; ' t I X L 74 Student Life Club The Student LIFE Club promotes Christian fellowship among its members whose meetings alternate between a business and a program meeting. This year the clubs projects included: a presentation of Campus Life Maga- zine to the school library and distribution of Easter Book- marks containing scripture verses to the student body. Miss Hopper, a guest speaker, shows a display of Kore- an Curios to club members. Members talk with Ruth Erb, one of their guest speak- ers, after club meeting. First Row: President J. Page, Vice President Lyttle, Secretary P. Page, Treasurer Cooper, Historian Kent. Second Row: Lane, West, Hess, Moore, Williams, Ellis. Third Row: Ownbey, Woolwine, Link, Wolfe, Sword, Dye, Sponsor Miss Brown. Fourth Row: Combs, Stallard, Leonard, Johnson, Green, Sil- vers, J. Page. 75 Firsi Row: Sponsor Cummins, President Cooper, Vice President Garrett, Secretary King, Dye, Ware. Second Row: Wallace, Sil- cox, Tate, McNew, Willis, Cartwright, Hackley, Knox, Baker. Third Row: Silver s, Leonard, Acuff, Pauley, King, Cutshaw, Dutton, Thomas. Fourth Row: Johnson, Barnes, Brown, Bates, Kristofek, Large, Warren, Friedman, Bryant, Clark. Science Club Robert Cooper talks to a guest speaker, Mr. Burke. Science Club members prepare dessert for their spaghetti supper. The Science Club encourages students to do their best in the fields of science and emphasizes the many fields one can enter as a science stu- dent. The Science Fair is sponsored annually by the club. They also present the “Bausch and Lomb” Award to the most outstanding science student. 76 The Future Homemakers of America Club strives to promote the appreciation of homemak- ing and to develop creative leadership in the home and community. Among some of their ac- tivities are: a Santa Pal, a Thanksgiving basket, and a fudge sale. Members work on Christmas decorations for the holiday. An F.H.A. member sells suckers during V-T week. Future Homemakers Of America First Row: president Wheeler . Vice President Haire, Activities Director Lowe, Sweetheart Lee, Parliamentarian Bennett, His- torian Bowers, Chaplain Willis. Second Row: Strickland, Bever- ly, Trivett, Caywood, Steele, Jackson, Hensley. Third Row: Sponsor Mrs. Coleman, Buchanan, Kip, Holbrook, Ateyeh. Green, Malone, Woolwine, Woody. I 77 w it 1 i 1 1 II BtiLi i First Row: Burnette, First Vice President Smith, President Kistner, Reporter Shortt, Treasurer Cumbow, Secretary Mur- ray. Parliamentarian Porter, Chaplain Williams, Second Vice President Oakley, Bridgeman, Badey, Sponsor Mr. Cummins. Second Row: Fulp, Bryan. L. Fulp, Monteith, Murray, Taylor, Woods. Kelsey. Carter. Stapleton. Hamilton, Puckett, Vernon. Distributive Third Row: Rosenbarrow. Grose, Widner, Hall, Leonard, Sad- der._Lasky, Corum. Fleenor, Wade. York, Hill. Tolbert, Smith, . ' - " H U3:;K4pp, Kovacs. Fourth Row: McCroskey, Whitlow. Duff, ' Branson, Hagy, Stapleton, Ba.xley, Worley, E. Reisler, Bishop, Hale, A. Reisler, Corum. Education The Distributive Education Club provides the club member with a means of learning vocation- al opportunities in the field of distribution and to give the students a respect for training and desire to keep up with the current development in dis- tribution. Some of their activities during the year include the selling of Student Directories, a tea for the faculty and an employer aid Employee Banquet in March. President Basil Kisner talks over plans with sponsor Mr. Cummins. D.E. members enjoy refreshments provided for them during Christmas. 78 The D.O. has several female members who work as dental assistants— The Girls in White. The D.O. Club promotes proper attitude and lead- ership qualities. Its junior and senior members are pro- vided with part-time jobs. They work within the commu- nity at different jobs. They gathered canned food for a needy family and always have a banquet at the end of the year. Diversified Occupation D.O. students prepare canned goods for a needy family. First Row: President Belcher, First Vice President Otey. Second Vice President Gong, Secretary Wise, Treasurer Donnelly, Par- liamentarian Jones, Business Manager Rainero, Reporter Pace. Second Row: Vaughn. Pippin, Gray, Shipley, Miller, Monahan. Ashley, Carrier, Black. Third Row: Sponsor Mrs. Boyd, Mar- shall, Hall, Curtis, Woods, Jones, Galliher, Corvin, Thomas. Fourth Row: King, Randall, Rhoton, Lane, Ayers, Baker, Cox, Corvin, Shortt. Fifth Row: Griffith, Penley, Booher, Moore, Mitchell, L. King, V an H oy. Bowman, Stanley, D. King, S. Mitchell. 79 First Row: President Daugh re asurer Vice President Houser, Secre- listorian Mitchell, Reporter Second Row: Anderson, Jackson, Caywood, Wise, Sponsor Mrs. Martin. Third Row: Bennett, Rose, Houser. Future Business Leaders Of America The purpose of the Future Business Leaders of America is to develop business leadership and to create more interest and understanding in the choice of a business occupation. Their activities this year include participating in the Tom Wat Sales rally, decorating the teachers lounge for Christmas, and buying articles for teachers lounge during American Education Week. Three members work on plans for the re- maining year. 80 Members prepare Christmas decorations for the cafeteria. The Future Teachers of America Club was organized for those who are interested in the profession of teaching. This year the F.T.A. sponsored a “Mr. Pretty Legs Contest”, sold V -T pennants, and gave a Christmas par- ty. Funds for these activities were made through rum- mage and bake sales. Rachel Tate presents the award for “Mr. Prettv Legs” to Coach Towns. Future Teachers Of America go,.. Pr. c;,i, ' ni TMYi,-.r R. p. ' rt. Halc. Second Row: Willis, Cumbow, Ateyeh. Shearin, Hale, er Lane. Historian Sluder. Chaplain Woody, Parliamentarian Simms, Sponsor Mrs. Hubbard. 81 First Row: President Cannady, Scales, Secretary Wright, Shaz- Lawson, Bell, Stewart, Clay, Woods. Third Row: Caywood, or. Kipp, I.C.C. Representative Pender. Reporter Orandine, Huntley, S. Wright, Clark, Johnson, Duff, Cochran. Sponsor Mrs. Williams. Second Row: Williams, Ball. Fraley, Y-Teens The Y-Teen organization comprises girls who are striving to build a better world of peace, unity, freedom and brotherhood. This organization encourages participation in var- ious church and community activities. Special projects include a Thanksgiving basket for the needy, and at Christmas, a Santa Pal. Funds for these projects are financed by bake sales. 82 Y-Teen Club prepares Christmas music for Y.W.C.A. annual “Hanging of the Greens” affair. Boy’s Hi-Y Tommy King works intenllv on a sign for the V-T decorations for the cafeteria. The Boy’s Hi-Y is a religious organization spon- sored by the Y. M. C. A. They have worked on the dime board, the March of Dimes, and have helped in the office of the Tuberculosis Associa- tion. They have held hake sales and decorated the cafeteria for V-T week and the Christmas Holidays. Firsi Row: President MeNew. Vice President Cooper, Sweet- heart Silcox. Secretary Ware. Treasurer Smith, Sponsor Mr. Wilkerson. Second Row: Woody, Johnson, Curcio, Harmon, Rosenberg, Kistner. Houser. Third Row: Houser, King, Flee- nor. Stallard. Church. Combs. Fourth Row: Harrison, Statzer. Hoback, G. Johnson, Tuell, Hagy, Brown, Blackley. 83 Firs! Row: President Mitchell. Vice President Andersen, Secre- tary McCulloch, TreasiirerJvlUhy. Sweetheart Oaklev, Repor- tonan .Arnold. Reportorian King. Sergeant-at-.Arnis White. Second Row: Clement, Toihe, Knipe. Davis. Rutherford, Clark. Buriiette. Sponsor Miss Reeves. Third Row: Bass, Cartw ' right. Fields. Hayes. B. Haves, ' heelel . Knox. Lauman, Powell. Kel- ly. V. McCulloch. Founh Row. Goodpasture. Booh er. Valiant. York. Miles, Hackley, Parks. Thurmond. Ellis, Wiley. Tri-Hi- Y Chris Miles and Lisa Thurmond seek advice from Lucv. The Tri-Hi-Y, a Christian organization, is affiliated with the Hi-Y fellowship of the Y.M.C.A. The Tri-Hi-Y is active in school and community projects. Making Ditty Bags for Viet- nam, giving a Christmas party for underprivi- leged children and obtaining a Santa Pal at Christmas are onlv a few of the projects under- taken this year. Tri-Hi- ' t ' members get drowned with water ballons sold during V- T week. 84 Interact club members admire their anti-smoking campaign display. Dean Whitlow and Bruce Coleman work in the busy concession stand. Interact Club The Interact Club is a service club sponsored by the Rotary Club of Bristol. Its purpose is to pro- mote cooperation and friendship among the mem- bers in school and community activities. The boys’ most outstanding activity this year was a Non-Smok- ing Campaign in October. They also sold programs at all home football games and operated the conces- sion stand at all home basketball games. First Row: President Sanderson. Vice President Coleman, Trea- surer Whitlow, Sweetheart Mays. Irwin. Cole. Spon.sor Mr. Spangler. Second Row: Helton, Gilliam, Salyers, Cunningham, Fleenor, Fmlev. Third Row: Dugger, Meany, ' ork. James. Gordon. Iloldway. I 85 First Row: President Carter. Vice President Cumbow, Secre- tar Snider, Treasurer Sutherland. Sweetheart Knox. Historian Modrzejewski. Sergeant-at-arms Cornett, Reporter Winters. Second Row: Parke. Swiney. Hayes. Gibson. Buchanan. Good son, Davis. Sponsor Mrs. Cornelius. Third Row: Smith. Haire. Wicker. Vance, Gregorv, Draper. Duncan. Necessary. Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y The Delta has taken the Janie Hammit children out on Halloween and is planning a banquet in the spring. They have also sold candles for the Y. M. C. A. and decorated for V-T Week. Sharon Cornett hangs one of the Charlie Brown dolls in the English wine for V-T Week. 86 One of the main projects of the Junior Jaycees was selling sweatshirts. The Junior Jaycees is a relatively new club orga- Virginia High Bearcat sweatshirts in the fall. The nized at Virginia High School only last year. This boys aided their sponsor, the Bristol Jaycees, by year they participated in the V-T Week festivities selling Christmas trees, by helping to decorate the school. They also sold Junior Jaycees First Row: Vice President Robinson, Secretary Jones, Sweetheart Carter, Treasurer Booher, Sergeant- at-arms Hobbs. Second Row: Jackson, Campbell, Ware, Curcio. V ' ■ 1 ' " A 87 Firsi Row: President Wright. Vice President Musick, Secretary Ferrell. Sweetheart Miller. Treasurer Stone. Chaplain Ba le . Sergeant-at-arms K.nox. Second Row: Mitchell. Thomas. Sto- phel Radler. McQueenes. " Voung. Third Row: Henner. Clark. •Adams. Quesenberrv. T. Baxley. Campbell. M. Musick. Fourth Row: Faucette. Smith. D Henner. Oakley. Gillv. Kevt. Sponsor Mr, Marion. Key Club Stece Campbell. Ryland Musick. and Fred Wright put up a Christmas tree on the school roof. The Kev Club members, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, were guides for College Day and the Science Fair this year. The boys also decorated a Christmas tree for the roof of the school and sold annual coyers and V-T corsages. .lohn Reyt sells Ryland .Musick and Schuy Ferrell their corsaaes tor the V-T aame. 88 Alpha Foundation Many hours of work went into the Alpha V-T decorations. First Row: President Criswell. Vice-President Mays, Secretary- Little, Chaplain Silco.x, Sweetheart Rainero. Reporter Jessee. Historian A. Mays. Sergeant-at-Arms Schlipf, Points Chairman Brumet. Second Row: Bailey, Feathers, AculF, Moore, Lawson, The Alpha Foundation is a girls ' club which pro- motes character and friendship through the club, school, and communitv. They decorated the new wing for V-T Week and put on a skit for the V-T Pep Program. They held a banquet at the Elk’s Club dur- ing Christmas and participated in many other activities. Members pose as “Snoopy " dogs in V-T skit. Lee. Pittman, Sponsor Mrs. Pullon. Third Row: Tolley, Bridge- man. Merritt. Woolwme, McCray. Widner. Fourth Row: Ad- kins, Ring, Bailey, Hamilton, Hawkins. Silcox, Bates. 89 First Row: Sponsor Mrs. Moore. President Ross. Vice President Smith. Sweetheart Cole. Secretary-Treasurer Osborne. Reporter Icenhour. Second Row: Sword. Sharrett. Groseclose. Cross- white. Murray. Page. Woody. Third Row: Randolph. Statzer. Kent. West. Cunningham. Beta Foundation The goal of the Beta Foundation is to promote growth of character, friendship, and cooperation through the members of the club, the school, and the community. Some of their projects included helping on the Dime Board and taking a Santa Pal at Christmas. They also decorated the Science Wing for V-T Week. Mrs. Moore and Judy Ross discuss plans for Teacher’s Day. 90 Jim Rainero and Linda Brumet collect dues from Ricky Dunn. Junior Civitan Ricky Dunn presents the trophy to the winner of Mr. Football. Ben Bailey. The main purpose of the Junior Civitan Club is to prepare the youth of today to he the leaders of tomorrow. This year they sponsored the “Mr. Football” contest. They also were co-sponsors of Firsi Row: Sponsor Mr. Barker. President Rainero. Vice-Presi- dent Dunn. Sweetheart Brumet. Secretary Bailey, Treasurer Todt. Sergeant-at-Arms Baker, Chaplain Horner. Second Row: the “Miss Washington County” beauty pageant held in Abingdon. They also held a fruitcake sale in December. Slagle. Rutter. Distefano, Miller, Martin. Parks. Third Row : Branson, Holbrook. Tillison. Donnelly, Feazell, Haynes, Thomas. 91 First Row: President Harmon, Vice President Large. Sweetheart Arnold. Secretary Parks. Treasurer Curcio. Sponsor Mr. Towns. Second Row: Meane . Barker, Salsers. Miller, Horne. Martin, Bailey. Third Row: Woody. Faucette. Smith. Fleenor. M ers Thomas, James, Baker. Fourth Row: Hines. Whitlow, Johnson, Wrisht. Musick. Cole. Baxley. The purpose of the Monogram Club is to fur- Their main projeet is to present trophies to those ther athletics within the school. Members must be outstanding in each sport, those who have been presented the school letter. Monogram Club Coach Towns and Tom Harmon admire tro- phies presented by past Monogram club members. 1 92 First Row: C. Willis, Bailey, A. Mays, Bell, Lowe, Cunningham, N. Willis, Tate, Delaney, Fleenut,— Kutter, Keesee, Darrell Smith, Helton, Danny Smi tCBurdette, jWinters, J. King, Ar- nold, , __6Hrr: S ' ec ' unr Row: Moore, White, Blair, Feathers, West, Carter, Dowell, Combs, Williams, Boo her, Campbell, T. King, Wilkerson, Wiley, Hayes, Jackson, T. Mays, R. Helbert, C. Helbert. Third Row: Jean Dillow, Wise, Fraley, Lawson, Shortt, Miller, Greer, Gong, Bishop, Towns- end, Rhea, BransojuLittleton, Browning, Thurmond, Ross. Hensley, Chandle , Got son. Fourih Row: Janice Dillow, Mo- drzejewski, Paule Prppi[y, Melvin, Collins, Large, Nelson, Lyt- tie. Raines, Jones, Lewis, Boyd, P. Booher, Miles, Saddler, Cor- nett, Draper. Concert Choir Girls’ Ensemble This year our school is privileged to have four very active choral groups under the direction of Miss Nancy Lindamood. The Girls ' and Boys ' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, and the Concert Choir make up our choral program. In addition to these groups. Miss Lindamood has orga- nized the Boys ' Quartet and the Girls ' Ensemble. One of the musical highlights during the year was their participation in the Christmas Pro- gram at Virginia High. First Row: A. Mays. Bailey, Feathers. White, Shortt. Lawson, Hayes, Jackson. Second Row: 93 (nr.Mimmick. Campbell, Leonard. Cross. Gillespie. Shaffer. Smeltzer. Delapp. Second Row: Stanley. Ramsev, Shatfer. Gobble, Pratt. S. Shafi ' er. Lowe. Blaylock. Miller. Boys’ And Girls’ Glee Club Fir i Ron: Pope, . ewton. Ta lor. Dacenpc ' rt. Fagan. Jennings. Tritt. Fleenor. McCras. Br ant, Morton. Simons. Gobble. Sec- ond Run: Booher. Cox, Leonard. S kes. Farnham, Pope, Sta- pleton. W hitlev. Crusenberrv. Puckett. Ellis. Davidson, O ' Dell. Third Ron: Scott. D. Fleenor. .Arnold. C. Leonard, Gibson, Smith. Fouch. Scroggs. Hawkins. Moore. Barger. Cross. Brent. Fourth Ron: Campbell. Murrax. Winters. Statzer, Pat rick. Hess. J. Crusenberrx. Gradx. K.. Crusenberrv. Johnson. Mumpower. Reesee. Shaffer, Helbert, Head. 94 First Row: Morgan, Parks, Odum, Ellis, McGlamory, Dye, Whicker, Callahan, Jackson, Large, Ross, Black, Lee, Gentry, C. Whicker, Davis. Second Row: Day, Bryant, Sullivan, Miller, Kinder, Ball, Smith, Weiler, Murray, Riggs, Huntley, Rachel, Mathews, Doran, Wright. Third Row: Barber. Williams. Roark. Hale, D. Wright, Fraley, Blevins, Parrot, Sparkman, Blaylock, Lovett, Pittman, Begley. Fleenor. Fourth Row: Nelson, C. Hale, Sluder, Grace, Anderson, Scales, Spriggs, Dorton. Alexander, Hickson, Pender, M. Pender, Crusenberry, Campbell, Harmon. Mixed Chorus Chorus students board the bus for the T.V. station. 95 L » ' T wy X - • 1 Majorettes: First Row: Captain Carrier, Cox, Wilson, Vance, Second Row: Woody, Cain, Bailey, Davis. Big Orange Band Asst. Director Mr, Rolland Seward. Band Director Mr. Hamp Rich- ardson. Thi.s exciting year the Big Orange Band received many fine ratings. In Oc- tober at the Bristol Southeastern Band Festival they received a Division I rating for the band, and 2nd place trophy for the Majorettes. Attending the Chattanoo- ga Band Festival a week later, the band as well as the majorettes received a Divi- sion I rating. The band participates in such activities as football games, pep meetings, many parades, the Spring Fes- tival. and several concerts. The Band also sent 10 representatives to All State Band and attended Camp Grier in North Carolina. Drum Majorette Pam Smith. 96 Band Council: I ' roni Row: President Icenhour. Vice President Carrier. Secretary Smith. Treasurer Davis, Property Manager Meyers. Chaplain Cross- white. Second Row: Hendricks. Blackley. Church, Hendricks, Woody. Gibson. Fiowman. % ii i ' lJL The Big Orange Band of Virginia High School. All State West Band: From Row: Bowman, Sword. Gib- son. Hendricks, Davis. Back Row: Stringer, Woody, W. Hendricks. Church. Blackley. ! 97 Brass Section: First Row: Matthews. Duncan, Church. Hendricks, Smith, Statzer. Carrier. Gullion. Tausher . Fleenor. Johnson. Second Row: Geromanos, Stringer. Mason. Kistner, Livingston. Bowman. O.xendine, Sword, Jones, Lane, Third Row: Icenhour. Willians. Rvan. Johnson. Brown. Twell, Holland. Mver Mays, Woody, Fleenor. Cox. 98 Drum Section: Woods, Balthis, Meade, Browning, Blackley. M ' - UW p i Woodwinds: Front Row: Vance, Hendricks. Duncan, Woody. Second Row: Smith. Kegley. Fields, Cain, Os- borne. Whittaker, Smith, Hopkins, Leonard, Clark. Third Row: Williams. Hawkins, Bailey. Roop, Vance, Sword. Sandor. Lane. Davis. Fourth Row: Wolfe, Stump. Wilson. Gibson. ' McNew. Weatherly. Hose, Patrick, Link. 99 Sports Kneeling: Anne Mays. Robin .Arnold. Terrv Mavs. Standing: Head Cheerleader Diane Miller. Patsy Sil- cox. Coach Watford. Linda Brumet. Sherrx Winters. Cheerleaders Revive VHS Spirit Cheerleaders take a rest during V-T pep rally. Cheerleaders are perhaps the center of high school athletics. Ours are pretty, mini-skirted girls, never lacking in school spirit. Cheerleaders spend endless hours practicing, sponsoring stu- dent activities, and performing in pep rallies. They ' re also responsible for V-T Week and Twirp Week. To these girls we say thanks, and congratulations for a job well done. 102 Frozen in suspense . Among their other duties, the cheerleaders also sell programs at basketball games. Neither rain, nor sleet, nor hail, nor broken leg . 103 First Row: Brown. Knox. Thomas. Oui ' -enberry. Stone. Wright. Baker. Bailev. Musiek. Holdwav. Jones. Rhea. Stewart. Salvers. Second Row: Livingston. Ferrell. Fleenor. McVey. Harmon. Gilliam. Feazell. Martin. Todt. Slagle. Rutter. Miller. Roberts, Branson. Moore. Brvant. Third Row: Baxlev. Henner. Hale. Gudger. Campbell. Delapp. Pruitt. Bovd. Cross. Carter, Cay- wood, Crow, Stophel. Parks. Cureio, Flaw+stw.. Radler. Bearcats Regain City Trophy Coach Watford greets Viking coach after V-T Game. SCOREBOARD VHS 14 John Battle 7 VHS 33 Giles County 6 VHS 27 Grundy 0 VHS 21 Abingdon 0 VHS 16 Marion 6 VHS 7 William Fleming 14 VHS 6 Richlands 14 VHS 18 Tazewell 14 VHS 0 Graham 39 VHS 3 Tennessee 0 104 Kno x is dragged down by rugged Gra- ham defense. Todt bulls his way forward for first down against William Fleming of Roanoke. ' • I . Backfield Coach. Bob Merritt; Freshman Coach. Larrv Spangler; Head Coach Jerrv Watford; Freshman Coach. Robert Towns; Line Coach. Carl Marion. The 1967 Bearcat football squad under Head Coach Jerry Watford displayed more desire and ability than has been apparent at V.H.S. for several years. The team, led by captains Carter Baker and Benny Bailey, wound up with a 7-3 rec- ord, tied for second place in the Southwest District, and won the City Championship. Not a bad showing for a team that was supposed to win not more than two games. Martin is stopped after short gain. Todt breaks loose against Giles County. 107 Knox rambles for long yardage against Battle. Bearcat managers: Duff. Livingston, Brown, and Jones. Baker pulls down Giles County back after short gain. First Row: Russell. McQueeney. Tuell, Blevins, Brewer, Tram- mell, Alexander, Salye rs. G. Roberts. Second Row: Coach Spangler, Worley, CCooper Greenwell, S, Smith, Wieler. Rad- ler, Umberger, Mitchel, Holbrook, Moore, Booker, Coach Towns. Third Row: Goins. Callahan, D. Smith. Wampler, Mc- Daniel. Ross, Blaylock, Jackson. Cross. Booher. Clark. Ball. Ar- nold. L. King. M. King. Freshman Team Plays Rugged Schedule Scoreboard VHS 6 Johnson City 35 VHS 13 Ketron 13 VHS 13 Ketron 7 VHS 6 Tennessee 30 VHS 0 Johnson City 13 VHS 6 Kingsport 27 VHS 6 Tennessee 48 Coach Spangler and Coach Towns discuss game strategy. Scoreboard Branson gallops for long gain against Tenn. High. VHS 13 Gate City 21 VHS 6 Battle 0 VHS 13 Tennessee 13 VHS 19 Marion 19 VHS 26 Tennessee 6 VHS 0 Johnson City 12 “B” Team Wins City Championship First Row: Moore. L. Jones. Brooks. Bovd. Harrison. Brsant. D. Smellzer. Barker. Riggs. Bailev, Cross. Curcio. Wilson. Henner. Jones. Holdwav. Williams. Second Row: D. Smith. Pruitt. Hale. Eades. T. Smith. Parks. Ca_ " wood. Ryan. Roberts. Third Row: 110 Seated: Browning, Edgar, Raines. Kneeling: Mitchell, Musick, Wilkinson, Stophel, Salyers. Standing: Woods. Martin. Thurston, Holdway, Birdwell. Evans, Coach Marion. Henner, Quisenberry, Alexander. Boyd, Baxley. V.H.S. Basketball Team Gets New Coach “The Bird” comes down with another rebound. Alexander and Thurston control boards in Abingdon game. ! 1 I Bearcats battle for ball. Holdway drives for layup. 112 Birdwell blocks a shot in the Marion game as Mitchell looks on. Bearcats display rugged defense against T.H.S. j i I i Alexander and Holdwav work the ball against Holston Valiev. Varsity Scoreboard V.H.S. 52 John Battle 62 V.H.S. 63 Richlands 53 V.H.S. 51 Abingdon 52 V.H.S. 62 Graham 60 V.H.S. 55 Holston Valley 73 V.H.S. 53 Tennessee 63 V.H.S. 56 Grundy 54 V.H.S. 63 Marion 68 V.H.S. 46 Tazewell 33 V.H.S. 43 Graham 53 V.H.S. 56 Holston Valley 86 V.H.S. 73 Tennessee 90 V.H.S. 60 Grundy 63 V.H.S. 63 John Battle 61 V.H.S. 58 Marion 61 V.H.S. 50 Tazewell 63 V.H.S. 50 Richlands 62 V.H.S. 52 Abingdon 51 V.H.S. 61 Richlands 62 Littleton packs for an away game as Browning. Wilkinson and Coach Marion watch. 114 1 First Row: Mitchell, Bailey, Woody, D. Jones, Birdwell. Second Row: Barker, Henner, Bryant, Smeltzer. Third Row: Weiler, Tritt, Cook, Everett, Faucette, Fury, C. Jones. ‘B” Team Shows Promise Scoreboard V,H.S. 41 John Battle 49 V.H.S. 49 Graham 44 V,H.S. 44 Richlands 35 V.H.S. 38 Holston Valley 55 V.H.S, 49 Abingdon 54 V.H.S. 31 Tennessee 49 V,H.S. 37 Graham 51 V.H.S. 45 Grundy 47 V.H.S. 34 Holston Valiev 65 V.H.S. 46 Battle 51 V.H.S. 30 Tennessee 49 V.H.S. 46 Marion 63 V.H.S. 43 Grundy 40 V.H.S. 57 Tazewell 48 V.H.S. 46 Marion 49 V.H.S. 47 Richlands 46 V.H.S. 50 Tazewell 41 V.H.S. 40 Abingdon 37 Freshmen Break Even Alexander sinks a layup. Scoreboard VHS 26 Holston 17 VHS 46 Marion 33 VHS 43 Abingdon 37 VHS 43 Tennessee 38 VHS 41 Marion 42 VHS 27 Johnson City 41 VHS 31 Johnson City 63 VHS 28 Elizabethton 39 VHS 30 Tennessee 48 VHS 34 Ketron 25 VHS 27 Abingdon 29 VHS 41 Patrick Henry 36 VHS 27 Ketron 29 VHS 28 Kingsport 39 VHS 35 Holston 21 VHS 48 Patrick Henry 43 116 Lynn Martin, Bill Smith, Coach Watford, Sam Oakley, Alan Gilly, and Chris Horner. Golf Team Has Successful Season Coach Watford Scoreboard VHS 12 Abingdon 0 VHS 12 Gate City 0 VHS 23 Tennessee 0 VHS 47 Holston Valley 0 VHS 4 ' 2 Marion IVi VHS 12 Abingdon 0 VHS 0 Johnson City 7 VHS 0 Tennessee 12 VHS 3 Marion 8 VHS 12 Valley High 0 VHS 6 Gate City 0 117 ) Bearcats Win Southwest District Crown Fleenor did an outstanding job behind the plate for the ‘Cats. McCloud studies opposition before batting in Gate Cit same. First Row: Smith. Corum. Hades. Havnes. Nidiffer. McCloud. Second Row: Harrison. Means. Seaser. Jones. SaKers. Hous- er. Wright. Wilkinson. Third Rom: Coach Spangler. Coach .Arnold. Barker. Brossn. James. Carter. Fleenor. Thomas. Brou nmg. 118 Scoreboard VHS 10 Chilhowie VHS 3 University High VHS 1 University High VHS 7 Grundy VHS 10 Marion VHS 6 Abingdon VHS 6 Tennessee High Bearcat coaches “Peaches” Arnold and Larrv Spangler. Haynes displays deadly style at the plate. I i I i i 119 First Row: Statzer, Belenki, Stewart. Parks, Greene, J. Hen- Row: Hawks, Harmon, Horne, D. Henner, Meade, Ferrell, ner, Adams. Second Row: Ryan, Curcio, Hill, Cole, Martin, Coach Marshall, Knox, Combs, Vorhees, Johnson, Crosswhite. Faucette. Moretz, Radler, Woody, Hines. Third V.H.S. Tracksters Retain City Crown Bobby Knox, Bearcat leader. Robert Meade clears bar in high jump. 120 Coach Marshall briefs the team before a meet. Knox Is High Point Man For Cats Scoreboard VHS 83 Elizabethton 44 VHS 66 Tennessee High 56 VHS 66 ' 2 Abingdon 80‘ 2 VHS 74 Marion 53 Knox, Ferrell, Moretz, and Radler make up the record-breaking mile relay team. 121 ' .. CSuu X SlS COt O- hS Album Senior Superlatives Jeannie Ruth Hendricks Connie Irene King Each year faculty members are asked to choose from the senior class students who have demonstrated commendable traits in stability, achievement and citizenship in learning and service. From numerous students nominated by teachers who have taught at least one year at Virginia High, a committee representing the various areas of the academics and ex- tracurricular activities selected the following SENIOR SUPEREATIVES. Sandra Elizabeth Bell David Harland Church I Barbara Sue Little Bruce Wayne Lyttle Rita Janice Page Brenda Carol Shortt Teresa Jean Mays Meredith Neal Mitchell 125 Most Intellectual Jeanne Hendricks Danny Alexander Who’s Who Best All Around Shelby Icenhour Boby Knox Bill Thomas Terry Mays Most Athletic I I 126 Most Likely To Succeed Meredith Mitchell Alan Gilly Friendliest Pete Miller Patsy Silcox Most School Spirited Diane Miller Rvland Musick 1 127 Best Personality Jack Lee Estelle Carter Jim Rainero Charlotte Valiant 128 Best Dressed Sam Oakley Barbie Hayes Wittiest 129 I Miss Virginian Phvllis Booher 130 1st Runner-Up 2nd Runner-Up 3rd Runner-Up Ellen Shumate Peggv Sutherland Rita Helbert Bill Cullen Chooses Winner Each year the annual staff sponsors the tradition- al “Miss Virginian” contest. Any senior girl wishing to enter the contest may submit her senior photo- graph to the staff. Only the most photogenic girls are chosen. From a group of 40 pictures “Miss Virginian” and the three runners-up were chosen. This year’s judge was the NBC television and ra- dio personality. Bill Cullen. He was well known as a panelist on “I’ve Got a Secret” and is presently the star of “Eye Guess.” 131 Officers: Secretary-Treasurer Criswell. ' ice President Miller. S.C..A. Representative Carter. President GilK. S.C .A. Representati e Erwin. Class Of 1968 Seniors! What a wonderful thought. We have worked verv hard to achieve this position. Re- member vour first dav at Virginia High. We were a hit e.xcited . . . confused . . . curious . . . even a little scared. Trving to find our classes was reallv hard . . . and we didn ' t get much help from the upperclassmen. At Thanksgiving we aided an un- fortunate familv with a Thanksgiving Basket. That vear the Honor Council was revitalized. Our Class was represented by Alan Gillv. Our Class was sponsored bv Mr. Edwa rds and our president was Sam Oaklev. We returned in the fall as Sopho- mores. Our sponsor was Mr. Cummins and Sam Oakley was again elected president. Our Sopho- more year was quite different from the preceding year. Various clubs invited our participation which made it easier to become acquainted with upper- classmen and mold stronger friendships. Perhaps our Junior year was the busiest. We began the year with the magazine sale. We were invited to attend the College Day program which was very helpful. Remember the long hours spent on decor- ations for the Junior-Senior Prom? It took a lot of time and effort but it looked beautiful. That year our class was directed bv sponsor Mr. Edwards and president Schuy Ferrell. Our Senior year . . . We will treasure that vear forever. That first day was easy. We were experienced, we knew our way around. And the days of waiting for Class Rings which finally came, we felt so proud. Our Class also presented the plav Remember Mama. The Junior-Senior Prom was wonderful and left us with many rememberances. The Senior Banquet, Class Night, and Graduation completed four years of high school which shall never be shattered from our memorv. 132 Danny H. Joseph A. Alexander Allison Ellen Christine Andersen Mary Katherine Anderson Millard Clayton Arnold Robert Michael Ayers Ben C. Bailey Carter A. Baker Darlene Elizabeth Basford James Harold Baxlev Linda Ann Belcher Sandra Elizabeth Bell Bernard J. Birdwell Darlene Blair Edward Allen Booher Phyllis Jeannette Shirley Ann Booher Booher Bobby Ray Bouton 133 I Pejie Marie Burnette Janies Bennv Campbell Linda Dean ( ' ampbell Steven Park Campbell Lolita Eugenia Cannaday Elizabeth Kay Canter Kathy Ellen Carrier Eddie M. Carter Estelle C. Carter Johnny M. Carter Joyce Kay Carter Linda Sue Alicia Jane Carter Cash 134 I 135 I i i I I i: : i ! Patsy E. Earle Wavne Cumbow Curtis Patricia Lynn Daughtery Charlotte Anne Davidson Timothy Wake Delaney Frank T. Distefano Earl Daniel Donnellv Hobert Keith Dorton Linda Kay Dowell Robert W. Duff Jr. Rickv Kev Dunn Sandra Lee Ellis John Schuyler Ferrell Karen Lee Fields Rita Vastyne Fulp Robert Graham Galliher Richard Alan Gilly Mary Ann Gong Ava Jeanette Grady Johnny Gray Johnny Allen Greeson James Howard Frank Artie Griffith Gullion Holaday Sanders Hale Michael Daniel Hale Barbara Jo Hall Bobbv Joe Hall ' Kip Victoria Hall Michael Wayne Hanks Dan Hardoby Sondra Diane Harmon Jackie Lee Hawkins Charles Eugene Hawks Barbara Katherine Mary Deborah Hayes Hayes Chuck Haynes 137 I i ! ;j I: Kathy Helbert Rita Helbert Jeannie Ruth Hendricks Carol Jeannette Hensley Ilona Louellen Hickson Delmar Jack Margaret Elaine Jama Diana Frank Jones Jones Jones Jordan Keller Myra Jean Kemp Larry Lewis Kessee John Charles Keyt Connie Irene King Dewey F. King Lewis Malcolm King Richard Lee King Robert Ray Knox, Jr. Richard Micheal Mark Koltunski Kovacs Martha Griswold Judi Kovacs Large Wanda J. Lasley 139 I Louise Alesia Lawson Jack Cowan Lee. Jr. Anita Barbara Sue Lester Little Ronald Lovelace Barbara Ann Lowe William Earle Luttrell Bruce Wayne Lyltle Bobby Marshall Lvnn Mace Martin Teresa Jean Mays Rebecca Elaine McCulloch Brenda Sue McGlamary Diane Clair Miller Donna Jean Miller Enic Dane Miller Jeff Meredith Neal Mitchell Mitchell 140 Willis A. Mitchell Joyce Annette Murray Ryland Brooks Musick Kathv Ann Nelson Randv Lee Newcomb Sam C. Oaklev Brenda Sue Oliver Brenda Kay Osborne John Wilson Osborne Bobby L. Otey Harrv Dale Brenda Gene Larry Gale Pippin 141 Jim Ha kln Ramero James Marvin Randall Pamela Jan Randolph Charles t Reisler 142 Bernetta Elizabeth Ruth Marie Shazor Shazor William Larry Shearin Marva Alvetia Shelton Brenda Carol Shortt Ellen Marie Shumate Patsv Ann Sileox Pamela Ann Smith Pamela Ann Smith Wavne Allen Smith Ronnie Edward Snead Ina Louise Snider Cathy Annette Snodgrass I4d i I I Dvan Taylor Sally Jane Samuel Rheaford William Abram Rov Dean Thoma s Thomas Thomas Tillison imrn Ray Trent Charlotte Sandra Valiant Diana Marie Vance Clifton Tate Van Hov Karen Christine Van Hov Nichalas Ben Allen Vernon Ernie Lee Viers Diana L. NV’ashington Dianna Lvnn U ' idner Linda Kay Widner Larrs’ A. Williams Judy Gail Wilson ! 144 Sherry Ann Kathy Winter Wise Jessica Elizabeth Donna Marie Fred G. Woody Wright Wright Four Senior girls work on the toy for the Santa Pal which their Senior homeroom took at Christmas time. 145 SENIOR DIRECTORY A ALEXANDER. DANNY-Basketball 2. 3. 4; SC.A Representative 4. .ALLISON. ALLEN— Junior Civitan 1. 2. 3. 4; Spring Eestival 2; Boys’ Hi-Y 4. ANDERSEN. CRIS— Latin Club I. Treasurer 2. 3; Pep Squad 1. 2. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. Vice-Presi- dent 4; Junior Class Vice-President 3; Spanish Club 3. 4; Drama Club 3, President 4; SCA Rep- resentative 3; SCA Secretary 4; Club Council 4. ANDERSON, MARY-Bible Club 1; FBLA 2. 3; Chorus 4. ARNOLD. .MILLARD-D.E. Club 3. A ' t ' ERS. MIKE-Art Club 3; D.O. Club 4. B BAILE’V. BEN— Spring Festival 1; SCA Repre- sentative 1. 2; Baseball 1. 2; Basketball 1. 2; Football 1. 2. 3. Co-Captain 4; Junior Civitan 1. 2. 3. Secretarv 4; Fall Festival 3; Honor Council 3: Monogram Club 2. 3. 4. BAKER. C.ARTER— Football 3. Co-Captain 4; Junior Civitan Sergeant-at-.Arms 4. BASFORD. DARLENE-Bible Club 1; FHA 2; Little Virginian Staff 4; Art Club 4; Drama Club 4. BELCHER. LINDA-FHA 1; FBLA 2; DO. Club 3. 4; Beta Foundation 4. BELL. SANDRA-Library Club 2; Art Club 2. 3. BIRDWELL. BERN.ARD-Basketball 2. 3. 4. BLAIR. DARLENE Glee Club 1; D.E. Club 2, 3; Mi.xed Chorus 2, 3. 4; Spring Festival 1, 2. 3, 4. BOOHER. PHYLLIS-Pep Squad 1; French Club 1. 2; Delta 2; Spring Festival 1. 2. 3. 4; Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4; VIRGINIAN STAFF 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4; Art Club 4. BOOHER. SHIRLEY-Chorus 2. 3, 4. BOUTON. BOBBY-Band 1; D.E. Club 3, 4. BOWMAN. SHARON-FHA 1; FBLA 4; Bible Club 4. BROWN, TONY— Junior Jaycees 3. 4. BROWNING. BRENDA-D.E. Club 2, 3; Beta Foundation 4. BRYANT. SUZANNE-Latin Club 1; French Club 2. 3; Fall Festival 3; Glee Club 4. BUCH.ANAN, CAROL-FHA 2. BURDETTE. LINDA Pep Squad 1; Glee Club 1; Forensic-Winner 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Spring ■FesTival 1. 2. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Drama Club 3, Vice-President 4; Senior Play 4; Concert Choir 4; Girls’ Ensemble 4; VIRGINIAN STAFF 4. BURNETTE. PEJIE-Pep Squad 1,2; Glee Club 1. 2; Library’ Club 1. 2; President 3, Vice-presi- dent 4; Student Life Club 1. 2, 3; Spring Festival 1. 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; D.E. Club 4. C CAMPBELL, BENNY— Library Club 4; French Club 1. Baseball 1. 2; D.E. Club 2; Spring Festival. CAMPBELL. LINDA-Y-Teens 1. 2; D.O. Club 3; Chorus 4. CAMPBELL. STEVE-Golf 1, 2; Basketball 2; Hi-Y Club 2; Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Key Club 3, 4. CANNADAY. LOLITA— Science Club 4; Y- Teens President 4. CANTER. KAY- 146 CARRIER, KATHY— Delta 1; Spring Festival 1; Freshman Class Secretary 1; Science Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, Captain 4; Band Council 4. CARTER, EDDY- COLLINS, CHARLES- COMBOW, PATSY-Delta 1, 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Pep Squad 2; Science Club 2; Spring Festival 2; Fall Festival 3; D.E. Club 2, 3 Secretary-Treasurer, 4 Treasurer. CARTER, ESTELLE-Band 1; Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 2; FHA Historian 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; Delta 2, 3, President 4; SCA Rep- resentative 3, 4; Honor Council 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; Fall Festival 3, 4; Spring Festival 2; Senior Class SCA Representative 4; Beta Club 4; Club Council 4. CARTER, JOYCE- CARTER, LINDA-Band 2; D.O. Club 3; D.E. Club 4. CARTER, MIKE-Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Football 3, 4. COMBS, LYNN-Basketball 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3. COOPER, BETTY— Latin Club 1, 2; Latin Tour- nament 1, 2; Pep Squad 2; Spring Festival 2, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; De lta 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Little Virginian Staff 3, Co-Editor 4; SIPA 3. CORUM, MARY D.E. Club 1, 2, 3. CORVIN, DON-Football 1; Baseball 2; D.E. Club 3; D.O. Club 4. COX, MARJORIE-D.E. Club; VOT. CASH, ALICE- CHANDLER, DIANE— Spring Festival 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 1; Girls’ Glee Club 1, President 3; Science Club Treasurer 2, 3; Club Council 3; Concert Choir 4. CHURCH, DAVID-Latin Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Life Club 2; Band Council 2, 3; Ju- nior Jaycees 3, 4; All-State Band 3; Senior Play 4. CLARK, BRENDA- CRISWELL, ANITA Pep Squad 1; Alpha 1, 2, 3, President 4; SCA Representative 3; Spring Festival 2; Fall Festival 3; Club Council 4; Sec- retary-Treasurer Senior Class 4; VIRGINIAN 3, Business Manager 4. CROSS, LANDON— French Club 1; Drama Club 3, 4; Art Club 3; Junior Jaycees Vice-Presi- dent 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4. CROSSWHITE, FANCY-Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; Band Chaplain 4; Beta Founda- tion 4. CLAY, FRANK- CLEMENT, MARY ALICE— Transfer Student 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. COCHRAN, WANDA— Band 2; Library Club 2. COLE, DAVID— Track 2, 3, 4; Interact Club 4. COLEMAN, BRUCE— Football 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Interact Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Track 4; Tennis 4. CURTIS, EARL-Basketball 1, 2; D.O. Club 3, 4. D DAUGHTERY, PATTY-D.E. Club 1; FBLA Parliamentarian 3; President 4. DAVIDSON, CHARLOTTE-Student Life Club 1; Library Club 1; FBLA 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4. COLLINS, BETTY— Glee Club 1; Library Club Historian 1; FBLA 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. DISTEFANO, FRANK-Football 1; SCA Repre- sentative 1; Latin Club 1; Interact Club 2. 147 DONNELL ' i’. DANN ' i’ Baseball 2; Basketball 2. 3; Cixitan Club 3. 4; D.O. Club 4. DORTON. HOBHRT- DOWELL. LINDA Spring Festival 1; Glee Club 1. Vice-President 3. DUFF. ROBERT Football I. 2; D.E. Club 4. r ' ELLIS. SAND ' t -SCA 1. 3; French Club 1. 2. 3; ' ) Spring Festival 1. 2. 3. 4; Drama Club 1. 2. 3. ( Secretarv 4; Tri-Hi- ' 3, 4; Concert Choir 4. One of the many privileges is the Senior Dinette. F FERRELL. SCHLA ' -Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Key Club 2. 3, Secretarv 4; Football 2. 4; Monogram Club 3. 4; SCA Vice-President 3; Junior Class President. FIELDS, KAREN— Spanish Club 1, 2; Science Club 2; Tri-Hi- ' t’ 3. 4; Band 1, 2. 3. 4. PULP. RITA-Band 2; D.O. Club 3; D.E. Club 4. G GALLIHER. BOBBY-Art Club 3; Librarv Club 2. 3. 4. GILLY. ALAN— Honor Council 1; Basketball 1. 2; Golf 1, 2. 3. 4; Key Club I. 2. 3. 4, Senior Cla.ss President; VIRGINIAN Staff 4. GONG, MARY ANN-Girls’ Glee Club 1, Presi- dent 2; Library Club 2, 3; D.O. Club 3, Vice- President 4. GRAHAM, LYNN Basketball; D.O. Club. GRAY. JOHNNY-Football 1; Track 1. 2; Science Club 1; French Club 2; Art Club 2. GREESON. JOHNNY-Football 1; Track 2; Monogram Club 3; Art Club 3. 4. GRIFFITH. JAMES-D.O. Club 4. GULLION. FRANK-Science Club 1. H HALE. HOLLY-Art Club 4; Chorus 4. HALE. MIKE-Art Club I, 2; D.E. Club 1. 2. H.ALL. BARBARA D.E. Club Parliamentarian 3. 4. HALL. BOBB -D.O. Club 3, 4. HALL. KIP-Y-Teens I; FHA 1. 2. HANKS. MICHAEL-Tennis 4. HARDOB ' . DAN— Transfer student 4. HARMON. SONDRA-Pep Squad 1; ETA 1; Y- Teens 1. 2. 3; French Club 2; D.O. Club 3; Cho- rus 4; Spring Festival 4. HAWKS. CHARLES-Track 3, 4. HAYES. BARBIE— Spanish Club 1. 2; Spring Festival 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4; Art Club 4; Pep Squad 1.2. HAYES. DEBBIE-Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3. 4; Spring Festival I. 2. 3. 4; Latin Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4; ETA 2, 3. 4; French Club 3. 4; Drama Club 4. HENDRICKS. JEANNE Latin Club 1. 2, 3; Science Club 2; SCA Representative 3; All-State Band 2. 3; Band 1. 2. 3, 4. 148 HENSLEY, CAROL Science Club 2; Girls’ Glee Club 2, Treasurer 3; Concert Choir 4; FHA 4. HILL. MIKE Baseball 1. 4; Track 3, 4; Band 1. 2, Treasurer 3. 4. HOBBS, JERRY Junior Jaycees 3. 4. HOLBROOK, JACK-Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Basketball 1. 4; Baseball 4. HOWINGTON, SAMMY- I ICENHOUR, SHELBY-Junior Class Treasurer 3; Beta Foundation Reporter 4; Band 1, 2, 3. 4. President 5. ICENHOUR. STUART-Football 1; Manager of Basketball 1; D.E. Club 4. INGLE, CHARLIE-Art Club 2. IRWIN. DAVID Art Club 1; SCA Represen- tative 2, Senior Class 4; Interact Club 3. 4. J JACKSON. RUTH ANN-FBLA 1; Mixed Cho- rus 1, 2, 4. JOHNSON, BARBARA— Pep Squad 1; D.E. Club 3. JOHNSON, WILLIAM JONES. DELMAR— Transfer student 3. JONES, JACK— French Club 3; Junior Jaycees 3. 4. JONES, MARGARET- JORDAN, DIANE- KEYT. JOHN-Golf 2; Science Club 2, 3. 4; French Club 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4. KING. CONNIE-Pep Squad 1. 2; Latin Club 1, 2. Secretary 3. 4; Sophomore Class Treasurer 2; Forensic Winner 2; VIRGINIAN STAFF 2, As- sistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Tn-Hi-Y 2. 3. Repor- torian 4; SIPA 3; Beta Club 3, Secretary 4; Art Club President 4; Club Council 4; Senior Play 4. KING. DEWEY- KING, RICHARD KING. LEWIS KNOX. BOBBY-Football 1. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 4; Track 2. 3. 4; Key Club 2. 3. Sergeant-at- Arms 4; Monogram Club 3. 4. KOLTUNSKI, RICHARD Senior Play 4. KOVACS. MARK-Football 3; D.E. Club 4. KOVACS. MARTHA FHA 1. 2; FTA 2; Latin Club 2. L LARGE. JUDI- It ' s bad luck to be on Senior Court if you ' re not a Senior. EASLEY. WANDA-Student Life Club 2; D.E. Club 3. 4. K LEE. JACK-Spanish Club 2. 3; Science Club 2; Junior Jaycees Secretary 3. 4; Fall Festival 3; SCA Representative 4; Little Virginian Staff 4. KEMP, MYRA-FBLA 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2. 149 LAWSON. ALESIA- LESTER. ANITA LITTLE. BARBARA— FHA 2; Pep Squad 2; Al- pha 2, 3. Secretar - 4; SCA Representative 3; Beta Club 3. Parliamentarian 4; VIRGINIAN STAFF 4. LOWE, BARBARA— Eibrarv Club 1. 2. 3; Glee Club Librarian 1. 2. 3; French Club 2. 3; FHA 3, 4; Chorus 4. LUTTRELL. WIELIAM-Football 1. EYTTLE. BRUCE-Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4; Eibrarv ' Club 1. 2. Treasurer 3; Science Club 2; Junior Jaycees 3; Student Life Club Chaplain 1. Treasurer 2, Secretary 3. Vice-President 4; Beta Club 3. President 4. M MARSHALL. BOBBY- MARTIN. LYNN-Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Monogram Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Civitan Club 1. 2. 3. Chaplain 4; VIRGIN- IAN STAFF 3: MC Fall Festival 3; Golf 3. 4. MATTHEWS. JOHN-D.E. Club 3. 4. MAYS. TERRY-French Club 2; SCA Represen- tative 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4; Beta Club 3. Treasurer 4; Alpha Foundation 1. 2. 3. Vice-Pres- ident 4; Fall Festival 3; Girls ' State 3; Girls ' En- semble 3. 4; Cheerleader 3. 4; Interact Club Sweetheart 4. McCULLOCH. REBECCA-Girls ' Glee Club Reporter 1; VIRGINIAN STAFF 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. Secretarv 4; Spanish Club 3. President 4; Art Club 3. 4; Club Council 4; Senior Play. McGLAMARY, BRENDA-Glee Club 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 4. MIFLER. DIANE-Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, Treasurer 4; Sophomore Class Vice-Presi- dent; Junior Class Secretary; Junior Jaycees Sweetheart 3; Key Club Sweetheart 4; Little Vir- ginian Staff 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, Head Cheer- leader 4. MIFFER. DONNA-Glee Club 1. 2, 3; D.O. Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4. MILLER. PETE— Track 1; Basketball 1; Science Club 2; Spanish Club 2. 3. Vice-President 4; Civ- itan Club 3. 4; Drama Club 4; SCA Represen- tative 4; Monogram Club 2. 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 4. MITCHELF. JEFF- MITCHELL. MEREDITH-FTA 1. 2; Latin Club 2. 3. Secretary 4; Spanish Club 3. 4; Tri-Hi- Y 2. Chaplain 3, President 4. MITCHELL. WILLIS-Basketball 2. 3, 4. MODRZOEWSKI. CHRIS-Drama Club 1; French Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 1. 2; ICC Represen- tative 1. 2; Pep Squad 2. 3; Fall Festival 1, 2, 4; Mixed Chorus 3. 4; Delta 2, 3. Historian 4; Art Club 2. 3. Treasurer 4; VIRGINIAN STAFF 4. MONTEITH, PATSY— Pep Squad 1. 2; D.E. Club 2. 3. 4; Chorus 1. 2. 3; Alpha 2. 3. Trea- surer 4. MOORE. GREG- MOORE. SHIELA- MORTON SARA— Spring Festival. 1; Pep ; Squad 1, 2; FTA 1. 2. Treasurer 3, 4; Spanish I Club 3. 4; Drama Club 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Little Virginian Staff 4. I TLmKVYT Club 1. 2, 3, Secretary 4. MUSICK, RYLAND-Freshman Class Vice- President; Junior Civitan 1; SCA Representative 1. 2; Football 1. 3, 4; Basketbal l 1. 2. 3, 4; French Club 3. Vice-President 4; Key Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Monogram Club 4; VIRGIN- IAN STAFF 4. N NEFSON, KATHY— Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 3. 4. 150 NEWCOMB, RANDY- O OAKLEY, SAM— Freshman Class President; Sophomore Class President; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4; D.E. Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart 4. OLIVER, SUE-French Club 2. OSBORNE, BRENDA-French Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Foundation 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4. OTEY, BOBBY-Basketball 1; Track 1; D.O. Club 3, 4. P PAGE, JANICE— Student Life Club 1, Vice-Pres- ident 3, President 4; Y-Teens 1; FHA 1; Latin Club 1; Little Virginian Staff 4; Drama Club 4; French Club 4. Council 3; Fall Festival 3; Beta Foundation 4; Drama Club 4; ETA 4. REISLER, EDDIE-D.E. Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARDSON, RANDALL- ROBINSON, CHARLES— SCA Representative 1; Junior Jaycees Vice-President 3, 4; SCA Rep- resentative 4. ROBINSON, REABA-Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2; FBLA 3. ROE, FRANK- ROSS, JUDY-Pep Squad 1; Girls’ Glee Club 1; Spring Festival 1, 2; ETA 1, 2, Chaplain 3, 4; PENLEY, BILLY-D.O. Club 4. PIPPIN, BRENDA-Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2; ' French Club 3; Drama Club 3; Science Club 2, 3; Spring Festival 2; Mixed Chorus 3; Concert Choir 4; Library Club 2, Chaplain 3, President 4.i PIPPIN, HARRY PIPPIN, LARRY- PLEMONS, CHARLES-Art Club 2. PORTER, DEBBIE-D.E. Club 3, 4. PRATT, SHIRLEY-Chorus 2, 3. R RAINERO, JIM-Civitan Club 1, 2, Chaplain 3, President 4; Fall Festival 3; D.O. Club 4; Alpha Sweetheart 4. Mr. Hooper, Senior sponsor, works in the concession stand. Mixed Chorus 2; Beta Foundation Reporter 2, 3, President 4; Drama Club 2, 4; Little Virginian 4; Concert Choir 4; Club Council 4. S SAMS, RONNIE— Student Life Club 1. RANDALL, MARVIN-D.O. Club 2. RANDOLPH, PAM— Y-Teens 1, Reporter 2, President 3; Pep Squad 1; Art Club 3, 4; Club 151 SCALES, FAYE-Girls’ Glee Club 1; Library Club 1; Y-Teens 2; Mixed Chorus 1; D.E. Club SETTLE. DEBBIE- SHARRETE JOYCE D.E. Club 2. 3. 4. Delta 2. 3. Treasurer 4; Drama Club 3, Parlia- mentarian 4; Beta Club 3. Vice-President 4; Lit- tle I ' irginicin 3, Co-Editor 4. SHAZOR. BERNETTA-Mixed Chorus 3; Li- brary Club 4. SEIAZOR. RLiTH Glee Club Reporter 1; Art Club 1: Band 1, 2. 3. 4; Y-Teens E 2. T TALISCHER. LINDA— Y-Teens Vice-President 1. President 2. Inter-Club Council 3. SHORTT. BRENDA EHA 1; Pep Squad 2; Y- Teens 2; Science Club 2; Girls ' Ensemble 2. 3. 4; Eall Festival 2. 3; SCA Representative 3; Beta Eoundation 3. 4; Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4; Beta Club 3. 4; SCA Representative 3; D.E. Club Reporter 4. SHUMATE. ELLEN- Beta Eoundation 2. 3. 4. SILCOX. PATSY-FHA 1; Fall Festival 2, 3. 4; SCA Representative 1. 4; French Club 3; ' - Teens 3; .Alpha Chaplain 4; Science Club 4; Pep Squad 2; Cheerleader 4; Sweetheart of Bovs’ Hi- Y 4. SMITH. PAM— Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Fall Festival 3; Beta Foundation 2. 3. Vice-Presi- dent 4; Band 1. 2. Secretarv 3; Drum Major. Sec- retarx ' . Librarian 4. SMITH. PAMEL.A-Y-Teens 1; D.E. Club 1. SMITH. WAYNE—Junior Javeees Historian 3; D.E. Club First Vice-President 4. TAUSCHER. STEVE -Science Club 2; Latin Club 2. 3; Track 2. Dranm Club 4; Band 1, E . Seniors work Employment .Agency Battery Tests in the cafeteria. SNIDER. INA- French Club 3, Secretary 4; Del- ta 3. Secretarv 4. SNODGRASS. CATHY-Girls ' Glee Club 1; FBLA 1. 2. STAPLETON. CURTIS-D.E. Club 4. STEWART. MARSHALL Football 2. 3. 4; Monogram Club 3. 4. STONE. STEVE— Civitan Club 1; Sophomore Class Secretary 2; Basketball 2; Track 4; Foot- ball 4; Key Club 2. 3. Treasurer 4. SUTHERLAND, PEGGY Y-Teens 1, Vice- President 2; Pep Squad 1; Spring Festival 2; TAYLOR. DYAN-D.E. 2. 3. 4. THOMAS. BILL Football 1; Basketball 1; Boys’ Hi-Y 1. 2; Latin Tournament 1. 2; Monogram Club 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4; Spring Festival 4; Math Tournament 3; Beta Club 3, 4; SCA Representative 3; SCA President 4; Key Club 3, 4. THOMAS. SAM— Basketball 1, 2; Civitan Club 4. THOMAS, SALLY- TILLISON, DEAN-Civitan Club 4; SCA Trea- surer 3; Baseball 4. 152 V VALIANT, CHARLOTTE-Pep Squad 1; FHA 1; Latin Club 1; VIRGINIAN STAFF 2, 3; Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. VANCE, DIANE-FBLA 1, 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 4. sVAN HOY, CLIFTON-D.O. Club VAN HOY, KAREN-FBLA 2. VIERS, ERNIE-Basketball 1, 2; Art Club 2, 3, 4. W WASHINGTON, DIANNA-Y-Teens 2. WHEELER, VICKIE-Latin Club 1; Pep Squad 1; FHA Historian 1, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Club Council 4. WIDNER, DIANE-D.E. 3. Foundation 4; Drama Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4. Alan Gilly sells tickets for the Senior Play. WRIGHT, DONNA-Art Club 2; Chorus 1. WRIGHT. BOB-Football 1; Basketball 1. WIDNER, LINDA-D.E. Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAMS, LARRY-Library Club 2; Band 2; D.E. 3, 4. WRIGHT, FRED-Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Spring Festival 2, 4; Fall Festival 3; Science Club 2, 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, President 4. WINTER, SHERRY— Spring Festival 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Glee Club and Mixed Chorus Accompa- nist 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Foundation 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; SCA Representative 2, 4; Delta 3, 4; FHA 3; FTA 3; Cheerleader 4. Y YARBOR, WARREN-Football 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1. 2. 3; Basketball 1, 2. WISE, KATHY— Transfer Student 4. WOODY, JESSICA— French Club 1, 2; SCA Representative 1; Spring Festival 2. 3; Beta YORK, SIDNY-French Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4; D.E. Club 4. 153 Class Of 1969 Officers: Vice President Alex Todt. President Linda Brumet. Secretary Lean Goodpasture, Treasurer— Gary Salvers. Kav Ashlev Susan Ball Melba Alder Rodger Ball Svlvia Bailey Richard Barnes Gordon Adams Connie Baker Linda Adkins Tony Baker 154 Barbara Bass Gwen Bates Tab Baxley Debbie Bennet Teresa Black Bobby Blackwell Gene Booher Toyce Bowers Wilma Bowman Steve Boyd Donnie Branson Linda Brumet Paul Bryan Rachael Buchanan Norris Burchette Albert Campbell Paula Carrier Peggy Cartwright Dennis Caywood Mary Bruce Chandler Donna Clark Larry Clarke Diane Collen Tommy Collins 155 Johnny Combs Robert Cooper Sharon Cornett Gary Crowe Linda Crusenberry Gail Cunningham Joe Curcio Dayid Davenport Becki Davis Peggy Davis Linda Day Janice Dillow Don Dishner Ronnie Dowell Debbie Draper Linda Drinkard 156 I Mark Finlev Mike Fitzgerald Bobby Fleenor Donna Fleenor Paul Fleenor Walter Foster Linda Fraley Linda Fulp Mike Garrett John Gemmell Lean Goodpasture Sharon Goodson Joe Gong Rand Gordon ( BilK Gore) Lee Grant James Greene Joyce Greer Marts Greeson Karen Gregors Donna Hackles Carols n Hall Howard Hall Gars Hardobs 157 During the third lunch period ju- nior girls talk over matters of the day. Charlotte Harlow Tom Harmon Robert Harrison Sue Ellen Hawkins Karen Haves Garland Helton Dennis Henner Penny Hernandez Patty Hill Howard Hines Mark Hoback Bobby Hobbs Johnny Holdway John Holland Bobbv Horne Chris Horner 158 Judy Houser ' ' GatCT ' H ufTtley George Ison Michael Jackson Mike James Suzanne Jessee Carol Johnson Gene Johnson Eddie Keesee John Kistner Sue Knipe David Koltunski Kathy Lane Danny Large Maude Launian Betty Lawson Diane Link David Littleton Anne Mays Jimmy McNew 159 1 I Pat Meany Chris Melkowski Diane Melvin Marv Merritt Pam Miller Ernest Mitchell Sharon Monahan Debbie Moore Patty Moore Jimmy Myers Debbie Necessary Charles Nelson Judy Nelson Henry Pace Patty Page Johnny Parks Terry Patrick Julie Powell Neal Presley Wayne Pullon Mike Quisenberry George Raddler Mike Raines Charla Rash 160 Stanley Rhea Mike Rhoton Polly Robinson Kathy Rose Martha Sue Rutherford Lannie Rutter Phil Rutter Jackie Ryan Brenda Saddler Gary Salyers Ginny Schlipf Lois Shatter Hope Shankle Wayne Shipley Larry Shortt Janie Simms Doug Sims Victor Singleton Billy Slagle Teddy Slagle Bill Smith Darrell Smith Howard Smith Ken Smith 161 I K.err Stanle Pcrr Slaiile Alice Stanton Linda Steele I Mik " - Stevenhagen Dehbie Ste ens Kenneth Stewart Jo Ann Sween Rita Sword L.lla Mae Tahb Rachel Tate W ade Tate Robbv Thomas George Thomas John Thomas Randv Thomas 162 Chervl Thompson Dickv Thurston Wavne Thurston Alex Todt Gary Tolbert Patsy Tolbert Jo Ann Tolley Michele Tollie Mike Tuell Carolyn Vance Mike Vaughn Syria Wade Charles Ware Thomas Washington Sonya W ' est Ara White F. D. Whitlow Sandra Widner Sue Wiley Freddie Wilkinson Cathy Willis Nancy Willis Walter Wilson Carole Wise 163 Connie Wolfe Julia Woods Jerr Worlev Jimm VS’orlev Kaths Worlev EveKn Wright Howard Wright Ronnie Wright Ralph ' arber Shirlev Yarber Lawrence York Mark Young Junior girls work on homework during their lunch period. 164 i CLASS OFFICERS: Secretary Dannv Barker, Treasurer John Brown. Vice President Tommy King. President Preston Mitchell. Class Of 1970 Charles Aculi ' Charlotte .Acuff Eddie Almaroad Claude Arden Robin Arnold Lenore Ateveh Diane Atwell Frank Ayers Carolyn Bailey Connie Bailey Mike Bailey Franklin Balthis Danny Barker Lee Bates Paul Belcher 165 Pete Belenkv Teresa Beverlv Freddv Bishop Doug Black lev Robert Blaylock Dale Blevins Gene Booher John Brooks John Brown . L. Brown Billy Bryant William Burchett David Burnette Raymond Carmodv Larrv Carrier Bunny Cavwood Jack Chapman John Clark Joyce Clark Patricia Clark Carolyn Clay Joy Combs Timmy Combs Jackie Corbett William Corum Brenda Cox Margie Cox David Cross Gary Cross Tommy Cunningham Rands Cutshaw Betty Davenport Kermit Dasenport Brenda Dixon Greg Dorton 166 David DutT Marv Du IT Herbie Dutton Tomniv Dutton Debbie Dye Mike Eades Nina Ellis Sandy Ellis Blair Everette Brick Faucett Barbara Eleenor Debbie Eleenor .lerry Eleenor Ronnie Foster Pat Fraley Alan Friedman Vincent Ciable Mary Hope Gibson Phil Gilbert Paul Goodman Fain Goodpasture Eddie Grady Karen Green Jane Ciroseclose BilK (iross Debbie Gross Judy Guinn Debbie Hatty Jerry Hatty Candy Htiire 1B7 Janet Hamilton Sue Hamilton Deborah Harper David Harrison Joev Harrison Dannv Helbert Clara Helton John Henner Joyce Holbrook David Hopkins Dennis Houser Douglas Houser Brenda Ison Jerrv Jackson Marvin Jackson Shirley Jackson Gary Johnson Gary Johnson Pat Johnson Cath Jones Dean Jones Sherril Jones Kay Kelly Ellen Kelsev Sherr Kinder Mike King Jane King Tommy King Ramona Kipp Ramona Knox Andrew Kristofek Diana Lawson Joyce Lee Susan Lee Danny Leonard 168 Donna Leonard Janie Leonard Tommy Leonard Quentin Lewis John Livingston Mike Lowe Bob McClellan Betty McCray Mike McCroskey Valerie McCulloch Sam McVey David M-eade — ackie Mellet _ ’““MrtFTvTeTv i n Chris Miles Wavne Miller Alyvin Mitchell Preston Mitchell David Moore Jerry Moore Lyn Morgan Martha Morrison Eva Murray Joyce Murray Ronnie Murray Mark Musick Dtrris Necessary Sally Nunley Gad Oliver Teresa Own by Blaine Owens Becky Palmer April Parke Peggy Parks Jane Patrick 169 Marv Jo Paule Sharon Pittman Wavne Riggs Debbie Sharret Marsha Pender Roger Proulex Diana Ross Susan Silcox Lois Phelps Gar Pruitt ' i ien Ru Nel Da id SiUers Dann Phillips C ' aths Randal Dan R ati Henrietta Sluder Richard Pickel Allen Reisler IJrenda Sage Melvin Smeltzer Wanda Pickett Bobb Revnolds Wavne Shatker Terrs Smith Mrs. Daniel, with the assistance of some students, counts the votes for Sophomore officers. lorn Smith Nancy Stallard 17(1 Tim Statzer Wayne Stapleton Cora Stewart Wavne Stophel Hugh Stringer Donna Stump Marv Swiney Bobby Tate Phil Tauscher Donna Taylor Linda Taylor Cheryl Vaughn Donna Widner Geneva Winters Sherry Thomas Gary Wallace Elaine Widner JoAnn Wise David Thompson George Warren Barbara Williams Diane Woods Lissa Thurmond Lisa Washington Fred Williams David Woody Jimmy Townsend Steve Wheeler Rosetta Williams Lydia Woody Brenda Trivett Carole Whicker Bettie Willis Lisa Woolwine TFfR? :’ 171 Officers; Secretarv Teresa Odum. Treasurer Mike Tleenor, Vice President David Clark. President Larr SaKers. Class Of 1971 Thomas Acuti ' Robert .Alexander Duffi .Allen l.mda .Almaroad Beverley .Arnold Brvan .Arnold .limmv .Arnold Ronald Bacon Ronnie Bailey (iarv Baker Hubert Baker .lerrv Ball Cris Barber Pam Barker Rav Barker Noel Bellamv esiec Black I imothx Blavlock .Anthonv Blevins Dacid Blevins [.arrv Blevins Touanne Blevins Daiin Booher (iarv Booher (iar Booher Terrv Booher (ileii Booker I’eter Bower 172 Linda Bowers Libbv BovMiian l.inda Bowman Bridget Bouton Doris Brent Larry Brewer Ronnie Brewer lim Brown Kathv Brvan Da id Burton Larry Bvington Joan Cain David Callahan Janice Campbell Rhonda Campbell Thomas Campbell Billy Canter Teresa Carmody Brenda Ctisey Robert Chapman Dave Clark Steve Clark Jackie Collins Sherre Cox Howell Cross Ronnie C ' ross Sharon Cross Diane Crusenberry Joyce Crusenberry Karen C ' rusenberry Nancy Cuddy Susan Da is Ldgar DeLapp Bridget Dickert Lommy Dillon Carol Doran Ronald Doss Bob Dunkm Anne Tiler Ciene Tiler Janice Tiler Teddy Eller July Tdhs Mtiggie Tagan Lucetta F arnham l.arry Terguson Dottie TIeenor Mike TIeenor ickie TIeenor Kathy Toster Jane Touch 1 7J Debbie Frazier Raymond Fulps Terrv Gabel Charles Gemmel Debbie Gentry Kathv Geromanos Anita Gibson Vincent Gillespie Le Roy Gobble Trula Gobble Danny Goins Eleanor Grace Barbara Greene Glen Greenwell June Griswold Deborah Groves Linda Grubb Deborah Hall Linda Harlow Gary Harmon Rathy Harrison Debbie Hawkins Rebbeca Hawkins Susan Haves Bobbie Head Martha Helbert Walter Hendricks Jud Henner William Henslev Diane Herndon Edward Herdon Shirley Hess Robert Hickson Jerry FJobson Tony Holbrook Danny Hopkins Reba Hoss Janet Houser James Howell Jerry Howington Leslie Huntlev Jack Hurley Phil Jackson Sammy Jackson Janet Jennings Patricia Jessee Terry Jessee Ann Johnson Jack Johnson Jimmy Johnson Charlie Jones Carolyn Keart ' ott Billy keesse Patty Regley 174 Patrick Kerr Harlon King Johnny King Larry King Philip Koltunski Sammy Lambert Sharon Lane Sherrv Lane David Large Debbie Large Cathy Leonard Patricia Leonard Phil Leonard Sandra Leonard Snooky Livingston Nancy Louthen Blanch Love Connie Lovett Jennifer Malone John Marion Gayle Martin Tommy Martin Richard Mason Vickv Matheius Linda Matthew Larrv Mays Douglas McConnell Debbie McCroskey Jackie McDaniel George McQueeney Bruce Meade Gregg Melkowski Kenneth Miller Doug Min nick Sherrv Mitchell Wavne Mitchell Mike Modrzejewski Darlene Moore Debbie Moore John Moore Patsv Moore Ann Morton Susan Mumpower Flovd Murry Sheila Murry Doris Nelson Rita Newton Janice Oaks Mary O ' Dell Teresa Odum BilK Oliver Rita Otey Janice Oxendine Barbara Page 175 George Page Joe Page Stephen Parke Steve Parrot Darlene Patrick Janies Pender Karen Perkins Leon Peters Avis Pollard Isaac Pope Sharon Pope Susan Pope David Post - ' ' James Pratt Paul Proulex Sue Proulex Collette Pullon Vickie Rachel Tony Radler Andra Ramsey Debbie Rawn Brenda Reedy Ruth Reisler Judv Rhea Arthor Roack Gary Roberts Barbara Robins Marsha Roop Danny Ross John " Ross Barry Russell Dayid Saddler Larry Salyers Barbara Sandoe Diana Saul Cindy Savinsky Sandy Scott Debra Scroggs Donnie Sexton Janies ShalTer Linda Shaffer Steye Shaffer Johnny Sharrett Stuart Sharrett Susan Shipley Kitty Shores Gerry Simons Vincent Singleton 176 Danny Smith Danny Smith Debbie Smith Donnie Smith Steve Smith Ricky Snodgrass Sammy Sorah Fred Sparkman Otis Spriggs Greg Stacy Carolyn Stapleton Ned Stedman Rita Stevens Tim Stewart Mike Stophel Debbie Strickland Mary Sullivan Lyn Sword Larry Sykes Regena Sykes Howard Teaster Joan Thompson Donnie Trammel Debra Trent Thelma Tritt Kathy Trivett Haynes Tuell Steve Umburger Tommy Underwood Debbie Van Hoy Mark Vine Randy Walker David Wampler Celeste Weatherly Randy Weiler Dwight West Cheryl Whicker Una Whitaker Pam White Jane Whitley Francis Williams Judy Williams Steve Williams David Willis Gary Willis Ronnie Worley Landon Wright Stella Wright 177 1 I I ll Finale When you have reached the end of your high school years, there are many things you will re- member— the dreaded exams which seemed im- possible . . . the grades you worked so hard to earn . . . the teachers who instructed and taught you . . . the bake sales you trudged to in the early hours of a Saturday morning . . . the entire day spent decorating the school for V.T. Week . . . and most important . . . the knowledge ac- quired and the friendships made during those very important years . . . the years of lasting impressions. 179 f Advertising PPORTUNIjy ? Burlington offers PLENTY OF IT AT VOLUNTEER TEXTILES Bristol, Tenn. A UNIT OF Burlington Burlington IXDUSTRIES, INC. 182 AKAMD ( LUxeHojt orrve A FUNERAL HOME THAT IS A GARDEN SETTING One of the South ' s Finest PRIVATE FAMILY ROOM-HAMMOND ORGAN and CHIMES-PRIVATE CHAPEL SIX PRIVATE SLUMBER ROOMS PERSONAL SERVICE-WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT 764-5112 1912 W. STATE ST. DAVID AKARD BRISTOL, TENN . VA DAVID AKARD, JR. 24 HOUR SERVICE AIR-CONDITIONED RADIO EQUIPPED FOR YOUR PROTECTION COMPLETE OXYGEN EQUIPMENT 183 TRAYER’S RESTAURANTS and HOBDAY INN ROOMS Refreshing remembrance AUTOGRAPHS i-IUlii.) ‘imvtu flArtS-ha. 0 (.i O cw- ' Acs •IME COCA-COLA vj BOTTLING COMPANY, INC. Bristol, Virginia “the finest” Compliments of WAMPLER BROS. CARPET 1 13-17th Street Bristol, Tenn. Bill Wampler— Class of 1943 Phone EAST TENNESSEE APPLIANCE Sales— FRIGIDAIRE— Service 24 Fourth Street Phone 764-5164 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 185 TWIN-CITY WELDING CO. SOUTHERN MOTORS, INC. Welders Abingdon Highway 312 Pierce Street Bristol, Virginia VOLKSWAGEN H. P. KING CO. PAUL COOK Bristol’s Great Department Store Serving Southwest Virginia and FUNERAL HOME East Tennessee fo r more than 79 years 101 Pennsylvania Avenue Bristol, Tennessee 186 DeVAULTS INC. Athletic Equipment- Sporting Goods 14 Lee Street Bristol, Virginia Telephone 669-7521 MOORE-EARHART CO. Harness and Saddles Athletic Equipment and Luggage Bristol, Virginia BUNTING’S DRUG STORE HOLLINGSWORTH CANDIES THE NETTIE LEE SHOPS Ladies— Shoes— Children 509 523 527 STATE STREET Bristol H. D. CONNELLY ESSO STATION VERIFIED ESSO LUBRICATION Bristol, Virginia D. B. RYLAND CO. Bristol’s First Name in Diamonds— Watches— Jewelry Silverware 531 State Street Phone 669-6821 Compliments of KERN’S BAKERY Phone 669-2167 Compliments of HOLSTON STEEL STRUCTURES INC. 21 Third Street Bristol, Tennessee Custom Made Metal Buildings 187 JESSEE COAL CO. RELIABLE 232 Piedmont Ave. QUALITY SERVICE WEIGHTS Phone 669-8642 EASLEY INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Twin City Federal Building Bristol, Tennessee— Virginia MINUTE-ETTE FOOD MARKET Valley Drive— Bristol, Va. BRADLEY’S DRUG STORE USDA Choice and Prime Beef Hours: 8:00 A. M.— 10:00 P.M. Sunday: 12:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. Delivery Service PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 18 MOORE ST. Dial 669-4143 BRISTOL, VA. 188 I Tickel Bi»c: thet i D NEON AND PLASTIC SIGNS OUTDOOR ADVERTISING PHONE 968-1451 FIFTEENTH AND SHEL6V STREETS BRISTOL. TENNESSEE BRISTOL BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Dealing in Quality building Materials, at prices you can afford THE S. E. MASSENGILL COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF FINE PHARMACEUTICALS SINCE 1897 Chicago Bristol, Tennessee VtCfUTtCitS . Dallas New York San Francisco VALLEYDALE PACKERS INC. 1 V u I 1 y i BACON SAUSAOE WIENERS 189 SOUTHERN FURNITURE CO. Bristol. Va. NATIONAL FABRICS •‘TRl-CITIES LARGEST SELECTION” 1504 Euclid Ave. Bristol. Va. WHOLESALE HARDWARE-MIEL PLUMBING . ND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Established 1880 MITCHELL-POWERS HDWE. COWAN BROS. INC. COMPANY WHOLESALE Incorporated 809 State St. P.O. Box 3229 Bristol. Tennessee 37620 Congratulations and Best Wishes to each Virginia High Senior of 1968 If you wish to specialize in business education, come to see us. Complete Courses of study in: o.. Secretarial-Stenographic Gregg Shorthand Junior Accounting Card Punch Clerk-Typist and other courses to fit your individual needs Mi-Lady Charm Course A most cordial invitation is extended to you to visit our college and see first-hand our modem equipment and observe our methods of training. BRISTOL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Bristol, Tennessee Telephone 968-1442 Free Placement Service “BETTER SECRETARIES OUR SPECIALTY” 190 Compliments of . . . WHITTEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. Piedmont Edmond Street Bristol, Va. “HOUSE OE LIGHTING EIXTURES” PETER PAN PASTRY SHOPPE, INC. Home Owned Your Specialty Bake Shoppe Bristol, Va. Phone 669-8171 507 Cumberland St. DICKEY INVESTMENT CO., INC. “The Best Insurance For Every Purpose.” Bristol, Va. Phone 669- 1 1 16 PIEDMONT LAUNDRY 309 Piedmont St. Phone 669-3332 RANGE WHOLESALE MEAT CO. “MEATS CUT TO ORDER” S mmmiammm 1133 McNEIL ST. BRISTOL, VIRGINIA Range Wholesale CO. " MEATS CUT TO ORDER’ 191 IMPERIAL READING CORPORATION Formerly EDMONDS BROTHERS BIG JACK MANUFACTURING CO. Ready Mix Concrete Building Materials Compliments of Bluff City BLEVINS TIRE CO. Highway 1122 Oak ie v St. Bristol, Tennessee 669-6033 669-5334 FULLER BUSUlNE Bristol-to-Saltville “LOCAL SERVICE FOR LOCAL PEOPLE " 325 Piedmont Street 669-5522 Bristol, Va. Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of BALL BROS. FURNITURE Bristol- Kingsport— Johnson Citv 192 First Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. of Bristol •110 PIEDMONT ST. U BRISTOL, VA. MONROE INTERNATIONAL A Division of Litton Industries Manufacturers of Machines for Business CALCULATING-ADDING- ACCOUNTING MACHINES Factory: Sales Service Valley Drive 2003 West State St. Bristol, Va. Bristol, Va. Tel. 669-1161 Tel. 669-7021 193 HAYES AND REYNOLDS EURN. CO. ' Two Locations to Serve You” Bristol Johnson City Highway 421 3000 Bristol Hwy. Phone 764-4171 Phone 928-0351 DANIEL ARTS Decorating Consultants Always Welcomes Students VIRGINIA- TENNESSEE 669-5181 Kelly Green Bristol Virginia’s Only New Car Dealer BRISTOL Lincoln-Mercury Sales, Inc. 2033 West State Bristol, Va. 194 HATCHERS CLEANERS AND FURRIERS CASH AND CARRY Garland Avenue AND Sub-Station— Holston Ave. DELIVERY SERVICE 764-5242 BURROUGHS 626 State Street For the high school crowd . . . Etienne Aigner Old Town Loafers Capezio John Romain Spaulding Loafers Villager HEMINEl GOBELE, INC. fma ShoJ PARAMOUNT BUILDING 195 RALPH’S WASHMOBILE DUNN’S PHARMACY Professional Bldg. 340 Edgemont SERVICENTER Newton and Douglu ' ' Sts. 669-8331 5 Min. .Autiunatie Car Wash Evcrv Car Receives ' el et Glo e Treatment Bristol. Tenn. Drive-In Window Service REG. NO. 7934 Phone 764-2185 The Jewel Box Weddint; Bells " Ferl ' ect Diamonds " School Charms SAMPSON PAINT MEG. CO. INC. 57 Piedmont St. a nd Bristol. Virginia Pierced Ear Rinas 669-8722 Prom SI.5II 329 State St. Paint. Wallpaper. Art Supplies. Picture Frames Bristol. a. isit cnir teen bar BRISTOL PAINT ART CENTER, INC. Artists Supplies • Qualitv Framing , ' i Paint Decorating Supplies V Elolston Avenue at Volunteer Parkway MtlK ICE CREAW Office; 764-1242 BRISTOL, TENNESSEE Enterprise- Hansel Gretel Children’s Shop Black Uiamond Southside Shopping Center Bristol. Tennessee corporation BRISTOL, VIRGINIA 196 Franklin Savings And Loan Corp. Poteet Company Financing and Loan Specialist 34 Years Service to Bristolians 29 Sixth Street Phone 764-2161 814 Broad Street Bristol. Tenn. Phone 764-3941 Chrysler Imperial KING COLLEGE Let Us Help You With Your College Plans 197 FASHION i ABRK S W OOLFNS KMT I INC! SHOPFH: Fabric Fair BILL GATTON 51 Piedmont Street Bristol, Vo.-Tenn. Robert C. Boswell, Inc. Complete INSURANCE Service YOUR PROTECTION IS OUR BUSINESS Telephone: 669-5131 REUNING-MILLARD P 28 Moore Sireel AGENCY, INC. S6 Piedmont Street BRISTOL, VIRGINIA - TENNESSEE 24201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - MACHINES - EQUIPMENT 198 I BULLOCKS DRUGSTORE VIRGINIA INTERMONT Bristol VIRGINIA HIGH STUDENTS ATTEND V.I.C. Pres. Dr. Eloyd V. Turner Virginia 50 Euclid Ave. Lee Garden Shopping Center 669-3136 199 Mr. Moo Says: Try The All Jersey Milk LEATHERWOOD Paty Lumber Co ., Inc. 941-43 State St., Phone 669-6121 Newton Street, Phone 669-5108 Bristol, Virginia Bill King Clothiers Complete Menswear— Ladies’ Sportswear 36 Moore Street Bristol, Va. 200 BELL BROTHERS SHOES Kingsport Bristol Tenn. Va. Career Management Associates Suite 312. Washington Trust Bank Bldg. Nationwide Personnel Placement and Executive Search MINOR’S DRUG STORE 8 Sixth St. Bristol, Va.— Tenn. FAUCETTE’S 515 STATE ST. Bristol, Va.— Tenn. GURLEY’S HOMESTEAD HOUSE, INC. “Home of Ethan Allen Furniture” Carpet— Draperies— Accessories Volunteer Parkway— Bristol, Tenn. Compliments of NICKELS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC. LEE GARDEN SHELL Euclid at Moore Bristol. Virginia Phone 669-2243 FASHION SHOP Smart Apparel 604 State Street Bristol. Tenn,-Va. VALLEY DRIVE GULF Valley Dr. and Lee Hwy. Bristol. Virginia Owner Phone Joe Browning 669-9907 PIPPIN FLORIST 202 Maple St. Dial 764-7922 Bristol, Tenn. FAMOUS FOR FINE FLOWERS THE RECORD SHOP 63 Commonwealth Ave. Bristol, Va. R. Lynn Fleenor, President Typewriter Sales Service Co., Inc. COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS 832 State Street Bristol, Tennessee Phone 764-3181 APPALACHIAN ATHLETIC HOUSE The House of Courtesy, Quality and Service 709 Volunteer Parkway P.O.Box 411 Dial 968-3136 Bristol, Tennessee Wholesale Meats— Sea Foods— — Poultry— Portion Control When You Think of Clothes Southside: Shdppinb Center 201 xJ h J- C’P ' I PJi fi ,- i ' U ' y is’Jifry.Ns . 1 e " 5 4 ' ’SoLLEGE| ' “f ■n J n ' t ' L- ' ’ ‘ ,oi ' ' ■ 0 r tl.f ' , f ' . .: ?. M. j ■f‘‘:!c ■• ' ■ ' ,7 0NGRATULATI0NS to the r -A jv Class of ’68 COMPLIMENTS OE HENLEY GILLESPIE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS give your home real wood beauty with WELDWOOD the LIFETIME PANELING WELDWOOD LINITLD STATES PL WOOD BRISTOL. VA. TENN. ? ? lA Compliments of BRISTOL STEEL IRON WORKS, INC. Dependable Structural Steel Service Since 1908 Fabrications Erection of Structural Steel Complete Warehouse of Metal Building Products 202 (©ualitp l)op Southside Shopping Center Men’s traditional clothing Ladies sportswear TRI-STATE DISCOUNT CENTER The Tri-cities First Discount Dept. Store 209 Pierce Street Bristol, Virginia Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday thru Saturday STATZER’S Cafeteria 10:30 A.M.-2:00 P.M. 4:30 P.M. -9:00 P.M. Seven days a week 821 Commonwealth Ave. ZALE’S America’s Largest Jewelers 524 State Street 203 Go First Class with a new Buick— Pontiac or Opel CRABTREE BUICK-PONTIAC AND OPEL, INC. PURITY MAID ENRICHED WHITE BREAD Calcium Propionate Added to Retard Spoilage VALLEY DRIVE DRUG 38 East Valley Drive 669-0101 WALLACE OLDSMOBILE 320 Volunteer Pky. Bristol, Tenn. 764-1145 One-half pound of our bread supplies you with at least the following percentages of our minimum daily requirement for these essential food substances: Thiamin (Vitamin B-1) 55 ' 7c; Riboilavin (Vitamin B-2) 3(TT , Niacin (another " B " Vitamin) 5(Tf ; Iron dOT. NLT VVTTGHT 1 LB 204 General Index A ACADEMICS--24 Acuff, Miss Annette--12, 25, 68 Acuff, Charles--76, 165 Acuff, Charlotte--89, 165 Acuff, Thomas- -172 Adams, Gordon--88, 120, 154 Adkins, Linda--62, 67, 68, 71, 89, 154 ADMINISTRATION-- 17 ADVERTISING--182 ALBUM--124 Alder, Melba--154 Alexander, Danny--66, HI, 126, 133 Alexander, Robert--95, 109, 172 Allen, Duffi--66, 172 Allison, Allen-- 133 Almaroad, Eddie--165 Andersen, Chris--67, 69, 73, 84, 133 Anderson, Mary--80, 95, 133 Arden, Claude-- 165 Arnold, Beverly--94, 172 Arnold, Biyan- - 109 , 1 72 Arnold, Jimmy-- 172 Arnold, Millard-- 133 Arnold, Robin--69, 84, 92, 93, 102,165 Ashley, Kay--79, 154 Ateyeh, Lenore--77, 81 , 165 ATHLETICS--100 Atwell, Diane--165 Ayers, Frank-- 165 Ayers, Mike--79, 133 B Bacon, Ronald--172 Bailey, Ben- -91, 92, 104 , 106, 133 Bailey, Carolyn--70, 96, 99, 165 Bailey, Connie--78, 89, 165 Bailey, Mike--110, 165 Bailey, Ronnie Lee-- 1 72 Bailey, Sylvia--89, 93, 154 Baker, Carter--91 , 92, 104, 105, 108,133 Baker, Connie--71, 73, 76, 154 Baker, Gary-- 172 Baker, Hubert--172 Baker, Tony--79,154 Ball, Jerry-- 109, 1 72 Ball, Roger--154 Ball, Susan--68, 82, 95, 154 Balthis, Frank--99, 165 Barber, Chris--95, 172 Barger, Linda--94 Barker, Mr, B. K. --12, 28, 91 Barker, Danny--92, 1 10, 165 Barker, Pam--172 Barker, Ray--172 Barnes, Richard--76, 154 Basford, Darlene- -65, 1 33 Bass, Barbara--71, 84, 155 Bates, Gwen--62, 89, 155 Bates, Lee--76,165 Baxley, Jim--88, 128, 133 Baxley, Tab--66, 88, 92, 104, 111, 155 Begley, Diana--95 Belcher, Linda--67, 79, 133 Belcher, Paul-- 165 Belenky, Pete--120, 166 Bell, Sandra--72, 82, 93, 124, 129, 133 Bellamy, Nocl--172 Bennett, Debbie--77, 80, 155 Beverly, Teresa-- 77, 166 Birdwell, Bernard-- 1 1 1 , 112, 133 Bishop, Freddie--93, 166 Black, James--79 Black, Teresa--155 Black, Wesley--95, 172 Blackley, Doug--83, 97, 99, 166 Blackwell, Bobby--155 Blair, Darlene--93, 133 Blaylock, Robcrt--94, 166 Blaylock, Tim--95, 109, 172 Blevins, Anthony- -109, 172 Blevins, Dale-- 166 Blevins, David--172 Blevins, Larry- -95, 172 Blevins, Louanne--172 Booher, Danny- -172 Booher, Eddie--79, 133 Booher, Gary-- 109, 1 72 Booher, Gary- -172 Booher, Gene--73, 87, 93, 1 55 Booher, Gene-- 166 ' Booher, Phvllis--72, 84, 93, 130, 133 Booher, Shirley-- 133 Booher, Terry- -94, 1 72 Booker, Glen--70, 109, 172 Bootli, Miss Doris--12, 25 Bouton, Bobby-- 133 Bouton, Bridget-- 173 Bovvdo in, Mrs. Louise-- 12, 34 Bower, Peter--172 Bowers, Joyce--70, 77, 155 Bovvers, Linda-- 173 Bowman, Libby--97, 1 73 Bowman, Linda-- 173 Bowman, Phil- -79 Bowman, Sharon-- 134 Bowman, Wilma-- 155 Boyd, Mrs. Francis-- 12, 79 Boyd, Steve--93, 104, 1 10, 1 1 1 , 155 Branson, Donnie--91, 93, 104, no, 155 Brent, Doris--94, 1 73 Brewer, Larry- -173 Brewer, Ronnie--109, 173 Bridgeman, Geraldine- -78 Bridgeman, Jackic--89 Brooks, John-- 1 10, 166 Brown, Miss Irene--12, 62, 75 Brown, Johnny--62, 63, 69, 76,83, 104, 108, 166 Brown, Tim-- 173 Brown, W. L. --98,166 Browning, Brenda--65, 134 Browning, David--44, 93, 99, 111, 118 Brumet, Linda--89, 91 , 102, 155 Bryan, Kathy- -95, 173 Bryan, Paul--78, 155 Bryant, Billy-- 76, 104, 1 10, 166 205 I Bryant, Suzanne--67, 71,94, 134 Buchanan, Carol-- 134 Buchanan, Rachel-- 70, 77, S6 , 155 Burchette, Da ’id--166 Burcliette, Norris- -155 Burchette, William-- 166 Burdette, Linda- -44, 62 , 6S, 73 , " " 84, 93, Ijy rcrr:— ■-femeittW ejie--74, 78, 134 Burton, David- -173 Byington, Larry- -173 Cain, Joan--66, 96, 99, 173 Callahan, Dave--95, 109, 1 73 Campbell, Albert--93, 155 Campbell, Benny--S7, 134 Campbell, Janice--173 Campbell, Larry--134 Campbell, Linda--95 Campbell, Rhonda--94, 173 Campbell, Ricky--94 Campbell, Steve--SS, 104, 134 Campbell, Thomas- -173 Cannaday, Lolita--S2, 134 Canter, Billy-- 173 Canter, Kay ' -- 134 Carmody, Raymond-- 166 Carmody, Teresa- -173 Carrier, Katliy--96, 97, 98, 134 Carrier, Larry--166 Carrier, Paula--79, 155 Carter, Eddie--134 Carter, Estelle--66, 67, 68, 86, 87, 12S, 134 Carter, Johnny--134 Carter, Joyce-- 134 Carter, Linda--7S, 134 Carter, Mike--93, 104 Cartwright, Peggy ' - -67, 68, 71 , 76. 84. 155 Casey, Brenda-- 173 Cash, Alice--134 Cay ' wood, Bunny--74, 77, SO. 82, 166 Cay ' Tvood, Dennis-- 104, 110, 155 Chandler, Diane--6S, 93, 135 Chandler, Maiy Bruce--62, 68, 69. 70. 155 Chapman, Jacke--74, 166 Chapman, Robert-- 173 Church, David--44, 68, 71, S3, 97,98,124,135 Clark, David-- 109, 1 73 Clark, Donna--6S, 69, 70, 76, 84, 155 Clark, John--166 Clark, Joyce--S2, 166 Clark, Steve-- 173 Clarke, Larry--88, 155 Clarke, Patricia--99, 166 Clay, Carolyn--S2, 166 Clement, Mary- Alice--84, 135 Cochran, Wanda--74,S2 Cole, David--85, 90, 92, 120 Coleman, Bruce--S5, 135 Coleman, Mrs. Helen--12,77 Collen, Diane-- 155 Collins, Betty--74, 93, 135 Collins, Charles--135 Collins, Jackie--173 Collins, Tommy-- 155 Combs, Jay-- 166 Combs, Johnny-- 120, 156 Combs, Lynn-- 135 Combs, Tim--75, S3, 93, 166 Cooper, Betty--64, 124, 135 Cooper, Bill--173 Cooper, Har " vey-- 109, 1 73,,‘3 lj C ooper, ivuss Leona--12,74 Cooper, Robert--67, 75, 76, 83, 156 Copenhaver, Mrs. Mildred-- 12, 16,62, 72 Corbett, Jackie--166 Cornett, Sharon--69, 73 , 86, 93 , 156 Cornelius, Mrs. Betty--12,S6 Corum, Mary--78,135 Corum, William-- 166 Corvin, Danny- -79 Corvin, Don- -79 Corvin, Ronald-- 135 Cox, Brenda--94, 166 Cox, Jr. --79 Cox, Margie-- 135, SO Cox, Margie--66, 90, 96, 98 Cox, Sherre--173 Creger, Mrs. Mildred--12 Criswell, Anita--62, 67, 89, 132, 135 Cross, David--94. 104, 1 10 Cross, Gary- -156 Cij Qss. Howe1l--74. 109. 1 7 3 ( ross, Landon--44, 657l3l Cr ' SsT ' RdhnTii - 1 3 Cross, Sharon--94, 173 Crosswhite, Linda--90, 97, 135 Crowe, Gary ' -- 104 Crusenberry, Diane-- 173 Crusenberry, Joyce--94, 1 73 Crusenberry ' , Karen-- 74, 94, 173 Crusenberry, Linda--95, 1 56 Cuddy, Nancy- -173 Cumbow, Patsy--7S, 81, 86, 136 Cummins, Mr. Howard--13, 16, 76 Cummins, Mr. Jack--13, 14, 78 Cunningham, Gail--71, 90, 156 Cunningham, Tommy ' - -69, 85 Curcio, Mr. Charles-- 13 Curcio, Joe--83, 87,92, 104, no, 120, 156 Curtis, Earl- -79, 136 Cutshaw, Randy- -69, 76 D Daniel, Mrs- Thomas-- 13, 69 Daugherty, Patty--67, 80, 136 Davenport, Betty-- 166 Davenport, David- -156 Davenport, Kermit--166 Davenport, Rebecca--94 Davidson, Charlotte--94, 136 Davis, Ann--73,74 Davis, Becki--69, 73, 84, 95, 156 Davis, Peggy--66, 68, 86, 96, 97, 99,156 Davis, Susan- -173 Dawson, Mrs. Ireta--13 Day, Linda--95, 156 Dean, MissSara--13 DeLaney, Timothy--93, 136 Delapp, Edgar--173 Delapp, Robert-- 104 Dickert, Bridget--69, 173 Dillard, Mrs. Geneva-- 13 Dillow, Janice--93, 156 Dillow, Jean--93 Dillow, Tommy- -173 Dishner, Don- -156 I 206 Distefano, Frank--91 , 136 Dixon, Brenda- -166 Donnelly, Dan--79, 91, 136 Doran, Carol--95, 173 Dorton, Greg-- 166 Dorton, Hobert--95, 136 Doss, Ronald-- 173 Dowell, Linda-- 136 Dowell, Ronnie--93, 156 Draper, Debbie--86, 93, 156 Drinkard, Linda--73, 156 Duff, David-- 108, 167 Duff, Mary--82, 167 Duff, Robert-- 136 Dugger, Mr. Marion--13 Dugger, Ricky--68, 70, 85, 156 Duncan, Rhonda--86, 98, 99, 156 Dunkin, Bob- -173 Dunn, Rick--91,136 Dutton, Herbie--66, 69, 76, 167 Dutton, Tommy- -156 Dutton, Tommy-- 167 Dye, Debbie--69, 75, 76 , 95, 167 E Eades, Mike-- 1 10, 167 Easterling, Kylene--156 Ellis, Judith--94, 95 Ellis, Nina--71, 75, 167 Ellis, Sandy--71, 167 Ellis, _ Sandy -J_U73, 84, 93, 136 " Elier ' Anne - - 1 73 Eller, Gene--173 Eller, Janie--173 Eller, Teddy--173 Evans, Jeff-- 1 1 1 , 1 56 Everett, Blair--167 F Fagan, Maggie--70, 73, 94, 173 Farnham, Deborra--73, 94 Farnham, Lucetta--173 Faucette, Brick--88, 92, 120, 167 Feathers, Chris--68, 89, 93 , 156 Feazell, Jack--91, 104, 156 Ferguson, Larry- -25, 173 Ferrell, Schuy--88, 104, 120, 121, 136 Fields, Karen--S4, 99 , 136 FINALE- -178 Finley, Mark--S5,157 Fitzgerald, Mike--157 Fleenor, Barbara-- 78, 167 Fleenor, Bobby--70, 83, 98, 157 Fleenor, Debbie--95 Fleenor, Donna-- 157 Fleenor, Dottie--94, 173 Fleenor, Jerry-- 167 Fleenor, Mike--98, 173 Fleenor, Paul--68, 85, 92, 93, 104, 118, 157 Fleenor, Vickie--173 Foster, Kathy- -173 Foster, Ronnie--167 Foster, Walter- - 157 Fouch, Jane--173 Fouch, Flora--94 Fraley, Linda--82, 93, 157 Fraley, Pat--95, 167 Frazier. Debbie--174 FRESHkIEN--172 French, Mr. Jack--13 Fretwell, Mr. Wayne-- 13 Friedman, Alan--76,167 Fulp, Mrs. Charlotte-- 14 Fulp, Linda--78, 157 Fulp, Rita--78,136 Fulps, Raymond- -174 G Gable, Terry- -174 Gable, Vincent-- 167 Galliher, Robert--79, 136 Garrett, .Mike--76, 157 Garrett, MissNina--14 Gemmell, Charles--174 Gemmell, John- -157 Gentry, Debbie--95, 174 Geromanos, Kati ' iy--98, 174 Gibson, Anita--174 Gibson, Mary Hope--69, 86, 97, 99, 167 Gibson, Peggy- -94 Gilbert, Phil--167 Gilliam, Brenda--71 Gilliam, Raymond--85, 104 Gillespie, Vincent- -69, 94, 1 74 Gilly, Alan--62, 63, 88, 1 17, 129, 132, 136 Gobble, Le Roy-- 174 Gobble, Trula--94, 174 Goins, Danny-- 109, 1 74 Gong, Joe--93 Gong, Mary--79,136 Goodman, Paul--167 Goodpasture, Fain--167 Goodpasture, Lean--65, 66, 69, 84, 157 Goodson. Sharon--86, 93, 157 Gordon, Randy--6S, 85, 157 Gore, Billy-- 157 Grace, Eleanor--95, 174 Grady, Ava--137 Grady, Eddie--167 Grant, Lee--157 Gray, John--79, 137 Green, Karen--71, 73, 75, 77, 167 Green, Miss Linda-- 14, 26, 27, 71 Greene, Barbara--174 Greene, Jim--120, 157 Greenwell, Glen--109, 174 Greer, Joyce- -93, 157 Greeson, Johnny--72, 137 Greeson, Marty--157 Gregory, Karen--86, 157 Griffitlr, James--79. 137 Griswold, June--66,174 Groseclose, Jane--90, 167 Gross, Billy-- 167 Gross, Debbie--78, 167 Groves, Deborah--70, 174 Grubb, Linda-- 174 Gudger, Tim--104 Guinn, Judy-- 167 Gullion, Frank--98, 137 H Hackley, Donna--69, 70, 76, 84, 157 Hagy, Debbie-- 167 Hag -, Jerry--83, 167 Haire, Candy--77, 86, 167 Hale, Connie--72, 95, 167 Hale, Holaday--71, 95, 137 Hale, Mike-- 137 Hale, Steve-- 104, 1 10, 167 Hall, Barbara--78, 137 207 Hall, Bobby- -79, 137 Hall, Bonnie--78, SO, 167 Hall, Carolyn-- 157 Hall, David-- 167 Hall, Deborah-- 174 Hall, Howard-- 157 Hall, Mr. J. R. --14, 16 Hall, Kip--137 Hall, Mr. Lester-- 14, 24 Hall, Timmy--167 Hamilton, Janet--89, 168 Hamilton, Sue--7S, 168 Hanks, Mike- -137 Hardoby, Dan--137 Hardoby, Gary-- 157 Harlow, Charlotte--71, 158 Harlow, Linda- -174 Harmon, Gary-- 174 Harmon, Sandra--95, 137 Harmon, Tom--67, 83, 92, 104, 120. 158 Harper, Deborah-- 168 Harrison, David--104, 110, 168 Harrison, Joey--83, 168 Harrison, Kathy-- 174 Harrison, Robert- -158 Hawkins, Debbie--94, 174 Hawkins, Jackie--S9, 137 Hawkins, Rebecca--69, 174 Hawkins, Sue Ellen--99, 158 Hawks, Gharles-- 120, 137 Hayes, Barbie--72, 84, 120, 137 Hayes, Debbie--71, 73, 84, 93, 137 Hayes, Karen--86, 158 Hayes, Susan- -174 Haynes, Chuck--91, 137 Head, Bobby--94, 1 74 Helbert, Daimy--16S Helbert, Kathy--93, 138 Helbert, Martha--94, 174 Helbert, Rita--93, 131, 138 Helton, Clara-- 168 Helton, Garland--44, 66, 68, 85.93. 158 Hendricks, Jeanne--97, 99, 124, 126, 138 Hendricks, Walter--97, 98, 174 Henner, Dennis- -68, 69 , 88 , 1 1 1 , 120. 158 Henner, John--SS, 104, 110, 120, 168 Henner, Judy--69, 174 Hensley, Carol--77, 93, 138 Hensley, William- - 1 74 Hernandez, Penny--67, 73, 81, 158 Herndon, Diane- -174 Herndon, Edward- -174 Hess, Shiiiey--75, 94, 174 Hicks, Mrs. Elaine-- 14 Hickson, Ilona-- 138 Hickson, Robert--95, 174 Hill, Mike--98, 120, 129, 138 Hill, Patty--78, 158 Hill, Tony- -138 Hines, Howard--92, 120, 158 Hoback, Mark--64, 70, 73, S3, 158 Hobbs, Bobby--74, 158 Hobbs, Jerry--S7, 138 Hobbs, Roby-- 138 Hobson, Jerry--66, 1 74 Holbrook, Jack--91, 138 Holbrook, Joyce--77, 16, 168 Holbrook, Tony--109, 174 Holdway, Johnny--85, 104, 110, 111, 112, 158 Holland, John- -158 Hooper, Mr. Ray- -14 Hopkins, Danny — 99, 174 Horne, Bobby--92, 120, 158 Horner, Chris--91, 117, 158 Hoss, Reba--99, 174 Houser, Dennis--S3 Houser, Doug--S3 Houser, Janet--80, 174 Houser. Tudv--S0, 15 9 Howell, James--174 Howington, Jerry-- 174 Howington, Sammy-- 138 Hubbard, Mrs. Elizabetir-- 14, 27, 81 Huntley, Elizabeth-- 1 74 Huntley, Gale --82, 159 Huntley, Leslie--95, 174 Hurley, Jack-- 174 Hutson, Linda- -138 I Icenhour, Shelby--67, 90, 97, 98, 126, 138 Icenlrour, Stuart-- 138 Ingle, Charlie--138 Irrvin, David--66, 85, 138 Ison, George-- 159 J Jackson, Jerry-- -168 Jackson, Marvin-- 168 Jackson, Micheal--87, 159 Jackson, Phil--95, 109, 1 79 Jackson, Rutli--80, 93 , 138 Jackson, Sammy- -174 Jackson, Shirley-- 77, 168 James, Mike--85, 92, 118, 159 Jennings, Mr. Allen-- 14 Jennings, Janet- -94, 174 Jessee, Patricia--174 Jessee, Suzanne--68, 71, 89, 159 Jessee, Terry--174 Johnson, Barbara--138 Johnson, Carol- -159 Johnson, Gary--75, 83, 98, 168 Johnson, Gaiy --168 Johnson, Gene--68, 69, 76, 83 , 92, 120 Johnson, Jack--98, 174 Johnson, Janie--159 Johnson, Jenny--82, 159 Johnson, Jimmy--174 Johnson, Pat-- 168 Johnson, Teressa--94 Jones, Cathy--98, 168 Jones, Charlie-- 108, 174 Jones, Dean--93, 104, 1 10, 168 Jones, Delmar--79, 139 Jones, Jack--87, 139 Jones, Louis--110 Jones, Margaret-- 1 39 Jones, Sherril--79, 168 Jordon, Diana-- 139 JUNIORS-- 154 K Kearfott, Carolyn- -73, 174 Keesee, Billy-- 174 Keesee, Donna--94 Keesee, Eddie--93, 159 Keesee, Larry--139 Kegley, Patty--99, 174 208 Keller, Francis--139 Kelly, Kay--84, 168 Kelsey, Mary--78 Kemp, Myra-- 139 Kent, Debbie--90, 159 Kerr, Patrice--69, 73, 175 Keyt, John--71, 88, 139 Kinder, Sherry--95 King, Connie--44, 62, 63, 67, 68, 69, 72, 84, 128, 139 King, Dewey--79, 139 King, Harlon--175 King, Jane--71, 89, 93 King, Johnny-- 175 King, Larry- -109, 175 King, Lewis--79, 139 King, Mike--63, 70, 109, 168 King, Richard--36, 139 King, Tommy--67, 69, 76, 83, 93, 168 Kipp, Ramona--77, 78, 82, 168 Kistner, Basil--36, 67, 78 Kistner, John--83, 98, 159 Knipe, Sue--67, 68, 71 , 84, 159 Knox, Bobby--86, 88, 104, 105, 108, 120, 121, 126, 139 Knox, Ramona--72, 76, 84, 168 Koltunski, David--73, 159 Koltunski, Phil-- 175 Koltunski, Richard-- 139 Kovacs, Dr. Louis-- 13 Kovacs, Mark--78, 139 Kovacs, Martha-- 139 Kristofek, Andrew--66, 70, 76, 168 L Lambert, Sammy-- 175 Lane, Kathy- -72, 75, 159 Lane, Richard- -79 Lane, Sharon--98 Lane, Sherry- -99 Large, Danny--76, 92, 93, 159 Large, David--95 Large, Debbie--175 Large, Judi--139 Lasley, Wanda--78, 139 Lauman, Maude--84, 159 Lawson, Alesia--82, 140 Lawson, Betty--89, 93, 159 Lawson, Diana--168 Lee, Jack--65, 77, 128, 140 Lee, Joyce--89, 168 Lee, Susan--95, 168 Leonard, Cathy--94, 175 Leonard, Danny--72, 75, 76, 94, 168 Leonard, Donna--78, 169 Leonard, Janic--71, 169 Leonard, Nancy--99 Leonard, Patricia--175 Leonard, Phil-- 175 Leonard, Sandra-- 175 Leonard, Tommy-- 168 Lester, Anita--140 Lewis, Mrs. Jean--14,64 Lewis, Quentin--93, 169 Lindamood, Miss Nancy-- 14 Link, Diane--75,99, 159 Little, Barbara--62, 89, 125, 140 Littleton, David--93 Livingston, John--98, 169 Livingston, Snooky--40, 104, 108, 175 Love, Blanche-- 175 Lovelace, Ronnie-- 140 Lovett, Connic--70, 73, 95, 175 Louthen, Nancy- -175 Lowe, Barbara--77, 93, 140 Lowe, Micheal--169 Luttrell, William- -140 Lyttle, Bruce--67, 68, 75, 93, 95, 125. 129. 140 M Malone, Jennifer--77, 175 Marion, Mr. Carl--14, 34, 88, 106, 111 Marion, John-- 175 Marshall, Bobby--79, 140 Martin, Gayle--73, 175 Martin, Mrs. Kathleen-- 15, 80 Martin, Lynjr--91, 92, 104, 107, 111. 117. 120. 140 Martin, Tommy-- 175 Mason, Richard- -98, 1 75 Matlresius, Elizabeth- - 1 75 Matthews, Linda--95, 175 Matthews, Roy--98 Mays, Anne--68, 71, 89, 93, 102, 159 Mays, Larry- -175 Mays, Terry--66, 67, 68, 85, 89, 93. 102. 124. 126. 140 McClellan, Bob--169 McConnell, Doug--175 McCray, Betty Jo--89, 94, 169 McCroskey, Debbie-- 175 McCroskey, Micheal--169 McCullocli, Rebccca--62, 67, 70. 72. 84. 140 McCulloch, Valerie--84, 169 McDaniel, Jackie-- 109, 1 75 McClamary, Brenda- -95, 140 McNew, Jimmy--67, 68, 69, 76, 83,99,159 McNut, Mrs. Laura--15,16 McQueeney, Ceorge--69, 88, 109, 175 McVey, Sammy-- 104, 169 Meade, Bruce--175 Meade, David--99, 169 Meany, Pat--85, 92, 160 Melkowski, Chris-- 160 Melkowski, Cregg--175 . Mellett, Jackie--69, 90, 169 ' MrTvtn, ' Diane--74, 93, 160 Melvin, Mike-- 169 Merritt, Mr. Bob--15,106 Merritt, Mary--89, 160 Miles, Chris--84,93, 169 Miller, Diane- -26, 64, 84, 88, 102, 103, 127, 140 Miller, Donna--79, 95, 140 Miller, Keimetli-- 1 75 Miller, Pam--93,160 Miller, Pete--70,91, 92, 104, 127. 140 Miller, Wayne--94, 169 Millsaps, Miss Karen--15, 70 Minnick, Doug--94,175 Mitchell, Alyvin--169 Mitchell, Jeff--79, 140 Mitchell, Ernest-- 160 Mitchell, Meredith--67, 69, 84, 125.129.140 Mitchell, Preston--88, 169 Mitchell, Sherry--80, 175 Mitchell, Skip--79, 111, 141 Mitchell, Wayne--109, 175 Modrzejewski, Chris--62, 72, 86, 93, 141 209 Modrzejevvski, Micheal--175 Monahan, Sharon--79, 160 Monteith, Patsy--78, 141 Moore, Darlene--73, 75, 175 Moore, David-- 169 Moore, Debbie--94, 160 Moore, Debbie--175 Moore, Gregory--79, 141 Moore, Jerry-- 104, 1 10, 169 Moore, John--109, 175 Moore, Mrs. Martha-- 15, 90 Moore, Patsy- -175 Moore, Patty--6S, 89 , 93, 160 Moretz, Larry--120, 121 Morgan, Lyn--70, 95, 169 Morrison, Martha-- 169 Morton, Ann-- 73, 94. 175 Morton, Sara-- i4J Mumpower, Susan--94, 169 Murray, Eva--90, 169 Murray, Floyd- -175 Murray, Joyce--7S, 141 Murray, Joyce- -169 Murray, Judy- -78 Murray, Ronnie--95, 169 Murray, Sheila- -94, 175 Musick, Mark--8S. 98, 169 Musick, Ryland--62, 63, 71, 73, 88,92, 104, 111, 127, 141 Myers, Jimmy--73, 92, 97, 160 Myers, Mr. R. ' l.--r3 Necessary, Debbie--S6, 160 Necessary, Doris-- 169 Nelson, Charles--72, 93, 95, 160 Nelson, Doris--175 Nelson, Judy-- 160 Nelson, Kathy- -141 Newcomb, Randy- -141 Newton, Rita--94, 175 Nunley, Sally- -169 O Oakes, Janice--175 Oakly, Sam--78, 84, 88, 117, 129,141 O ' Dell, Mary--71,94. 175 Odum, Teresa--71, 95, 175 Oliver, Billy- -175 Oliver, Brenda--141 Oliver, Gail-- 169 Osborne, Brenda--90, 99, 141 Osborne, Joint- -141 Otey, Bobby--79, 141 Otey, Rita- -175 Owens, Blain--169 Ownbey, Teresa- -75, 169 Oxendine, Janice--82, 98, 175 P Pace, Henry ' - -79, 160 Page, Barbara--175 Page, George--176 Page, Janicc--27, 44, 65, 66, 67. 68,71,73,75,125,141 Page, Joe--75 , iVb Page, Patty--71, 73, 75, 90, 160 Palmer, Becky-- 169 Parke, April--S6, 95, 169 Parke, Stephen--176 Parks, Johnny--91 , 92, 104, 110, 120,160 Parks, Pegg ---66, 69. 84, 169 Parrott, Charles--95, 176 Patrick, Darlene--94, 176 Patrick, Jane--99, 169 Patrick, Terry ' --160 Pauley, Mary ' Jo--76, 176 Pearson, Mr. Robert--15 Pender, James--95, 1 76 Pender, Marsha--69, 74, 82, 95, 170 Penley, Billy- -79, 93 Perkins, Karen- -176 Peters, Leon--176 Phelps, Lois-- 170 Phillips, Danny-- 170 Pickle, Richard- -170 Pickett, Wanda-- 170 Pippin, Brenda--67, 74, 93, 141 Pippin, Harry--79, 141 Pippin, Larry-- 141 Pittman, Sharon--S9, 95, 170 Plemons, Charles- -142 Pollard, Avis-- 176 Pope, lsaac--176 Pope, Sharon--94, 176 Pope, Suzan--94, 176 Porter, Deborah--78, 142 Post, David--73, 74, 176 Post, Mrs. Mariamte-- 15, 44, 73 Powell, Julie--71, 84, 160 Pratt, Butch--94, 176 Pratt, Shirley-- 142 Presley, Neal-- 160 Preston, Bobbette-- 142 Proulex, Paul--176 Proulex, Robert-- 170 Proulex, Sue- -176 Pruitt, Gary--104, 110, 170 Puckett, Betty Joe--78, 94, 142 Pullon, Colette-- 176 Pullon, Mrs. Linda--15,89 Pullon, Wayne- -160 Q Quisenberry, Mike--88, 104, 111, 160 R Rachel, Vickie--95, 176 Radler, Anthony-- 109, 176 Radler, George--88, 104, 120, 121, 160 Rainero, Jim--67, 79, 89, 91, 128, 142 Raines, Mike--93, 111, 160 Ramsey, Anbra--176 Randall, Cathy--170 Randall, Marvin--79, 142 Randolph, Pam--44, 72, 73, 90, 142 Rankin, Miss Laura-- 15 Rash, Charla--160 Rasnick, Mr. W. C. --12,15 Rawn, Debbie-- 176 Reedyy Brenda--176 Reeves, Miss Helen--15,84 Reisler, Allen-- 170 Reisler, Eddie--142 Reisler, Ruth--176 Reynolds, Bobbie-- 170 Rhea, Judy- -176 Rhea, Stanley--93, 104, 161 Rhoton, Mike--79, 161 Richardson, Randall-- 142 210 Richardson, Mr. W. H. --15,96 Riggs, Wayne--95, 110, 170 Roark, Arthur-- 176 Roark, Sandra--95 Roberts, Gary-- 109, 176 Roberts, John-- 104, 1 10 Robins, Barbara--176 Robinson, Charles--87, 142 Robinson, Polly-- 161 Robinson, Reaba--142 Roop, Marsha--99, 176 Rose, Kathy--80, 161 Rosenboro, Herman--78, 83 Ross, Danny- -109, 176 Ross, Diana--170 Ross, John--176,95 Ross, Judy--65, 67, 73, 90, 93 , 142 Russell, Barry- -109, 176 Russell, Vivien-- 170 Rutherford, Martha Sue--65, 66, 67, 68,69,84, 161 Rutter, Lannie--93, 95, 161 Rutter, Phil--91, 104, 161 Ryan, Allen-- 170 Ryan, Dan--170 Ryan, Jackie--110, 161 S Saddler, Brenda--78, 93, 161 Saddler, David--176 Sage, Brenda--170 Salyers, Gary--64, 65, 66, 68, 85,92, 104, 111, 118, 161 Salyers, Larry- -109, 176 Sams, Ronnie-- 142 Sanderson, Butch--67, 85, 142 Sandoe, Barbara--71, 99, 176 Saul, Diane--176 Savinsky, Cindy-- 176 Scales, Fay--82, 95, 142 Schlipf, Ginny--89, 161 Scott, Sandra--94, 176 Scroggs, Debra--74, 94, 176 SENIORS-- 124 Settle, Debbie--142 Seward, Mr. Roland-- 15, 96 Sexton, Donnie--176 Shaffer, James--94, 176 Shaffer, Jimmy- -176 Shaffer, Lois-- 161 Shaffer, Steve--94, 176 Shaffer, Wayne- -170 Shankle, Hope--161 Sharrett, Debbie--90, 170 Sharrett, Johnny-- 176 Sharrett, Joyce-- 142 Sharrett, Stuart- -176 Shazor, Bernettna-- 143 Shazor, Ruth--72, 82, 143 Shearin, Larry--72, 81, 143 Shelton, Marva--143 Shipley, Susan--69, 176 Shipley, Wayne --79, 161 Shores, Kitty--176 Shortt, Brenda--78, 93, 125, 143 Shortt, Larry--79, 161 Shumate, Ellen--131 , 143 Silcox, Patsy--44, 66, 67, 68, 76, 83, 89, 102, 127, 143 Silcox, Susan--89, 170 Silvers, Dave--75, 76, 170 Simms, Janie--70, 81, 161 Simmons, Gerry--94, 176 Sims, Doug--161 Singleton, Victor-- 161 Singleton, Vincent--73 , 1 76 Slagle, Billy--91, 104, 105, 161 Slagle, Teddy--161 Sluder, Henrietta--81 , 95, 170 Smeltzer, Melvin-- 1 10, 1 70 Smith, Bill--88,92, 117, 161 Smitli, Danny--93, 95, 98, 99, 177 Smith, Darrell--83, 93 , 95, 161 Smith, Debbie--94, 177 Smith, Donnie--95, 1 77 Shaffer, Linda- -94 Smith, Howard--161 Smith, Joyce--78 Smith, Ken--161 Smitlr, Mark--98,99 Smith, Pam-- 143 Smith, Pam--90, 96, 97, 99, 143 Smith, Steve--67, 109, 177 Smitlr, Terry--62, 63, 1 10, 170 Smith, Toni--69, 86, 170 Smith, Wayne- -78, 143 Snead, Ronnie-- 143 Snider, lna--44, 71, 86, 143 Snodgrass, Cathy-- 143 Snodgrass, Ricky- -177 SOPHOMORES- -164 Sorah, Sammy- -177 Spangler, Mr. Larry--16, 31, 85, 106, 109, 118, 119 Sparkman, Fred--95, 177 Spriggs, Otis--95, 177 Stagy, Greg--177 Stallard, Nancy--66, 69, 170 Stallard, Sandy--75, 83, 170 Stanley, Charles-- 170 Stanley, Kerry--79, 162 Stanley, Perry--66, 162 Stanton, Alice-- 162 Stapleton, Carolyn--94, 1 77 Stapleton, Janice--78 Stapleton, Wayne- -171 Statzer, Sue--90, 94, 170 Statzer, Tim--83, 98, 171 Stedman, Ned- -73, 177 Steele, Linda--71, 77, 162 Stevenhagen, Miles-- 162 Stevens, Debbie--72, 162 Stevens, Rita-- 177 Stewart, Cora--74, 82, 171 Stewart, Kenneth-- 120, 162 Stewart, Marshall-- 104, 143 Stewart, Rita-- 177 Stophel, Mike-- 177 Stophel, Wayne--88, 104, 111, 171 Stone, Steve--88, 104, 143 Strickland, Debbie--77, 177 Stringer, Hugh--97, 98, 171 Stump, Donna--70, 99, 1 71 Sidlivan, Mary--95, 177 Sutherland, Peggy--44, 64, 68, 73, 86, 131, 143 Sweeny, JoAnn--162 Swiney, Mary--69, 86, 1 71 Sword, Lynn- -177 Sword, Rita--75, 90, 97,98,99, 162 Sykes, Larry-- 177 Sykes, Regena--94, 177 T Tabb, Ella Mae-- 162 Tate, Rachel--81 , 162 Tate, Bobby--93, 171 Tate, Wade--76, 162 Tauscher, Linda-- 143 Tauscher, Philip-- 171 Tauscher, Steve--44, 70, 73 , 9 8. RT Taylor, Donna--94, 171 Taylor, Dyan--78,144 Taylor, Linda- -171 Taylor, Maria- -72 Teague, Sharon- -71 Teaster, Howard-- 177 Thomas, Bill- -44, 66, 67, 68, 88, 92, 126, 144 Thomas, Bobby-- 162 Thomas, George-- 104, 162 Thomas, John--79, 162 Thomas, Randy-- 162 Thomas, Sally-- 144 Thomas, Sam--91,144 Thomas, Sherry--72, 76, 171 Thompson, Cheryl-- 163 Thompson, David--171 Thompson, Joan-- 177 Thurmond, Lissa--69, 84, 93, 171 Thurston, Dicky-- 1 1 1 , 163 Thurston, Wayne-- 163 Tillison, Dean--91,163 Todt, Alex--41,91, 104, 105, 107, 163 Tolbert, Gary--163 Tolbert, Patsy--78, 163 Tolley, Jo Ann--65, 72, 73, 89, 163 Tollie, Michele- -67, 84, 163 Towns, Mr. Robert--16, 81, 92, 106, 109 Townsend, Jimmy--93, 171 Trammell, Donnie-- 109, 177 Trent, DelDra--177 Trent, Jimmy- -144 Tritt, Thelma--94, 177 Trivett, Brenda--77, 171 Trivett, Kathy--177 Tuell, Haynes--109, 177 Tuell, Mike--83, 98, 163 U Umberger, Steven-- 109, 177 Underwood, Tommy- -177 V Valiant, Charlotte- -84, 128 Vance, Carolyn--86, 99, 163 Vande, Diana--96, 99, 144 VanHoy, Clifton--79, 144 VanHoy, Debbie--70, 177 VanHoy, Karen- -144 Vaughn, Cheryl--171 Vaughn, Mike--79, 163 Vernon, Ben Allen--78, 144 Viers, Ernie--72, 144 Vine, Mike-- 177 W Wade, Syria- -78 Walker, Randy- -177 Wallace, Gary--71, 76, 171 Wampler, David-- 109, 177 Ware, Charles--76, 83, 87 Warren, George--66, 71, 72, 76, 171 Washington, Lisa-- 171 Washington, Dianna-- 144 Watford, Mr. Jerry--16, 102, 104, 106, 117 Weatherly, Celeste--99, 177 Weiler, Randy--66, 95, 109, 177 West, Dwight--177 West, Sonya--71, 75, 96, 93, 163 Wheeler, Steven-- 171 Vickie--44, 67, 70, 144 J r WTeeler, 77, 84, 144 ' vVIricKer, Carole--95, 171 Whicker, Cheryl--86, 95, 177 Whitaker, Mrs. Ralph-- 16 Whitaker, Una--69, 99, 177 White, Ara--68, 71, 84,93, 163 White, Pam--69,177 Whitley, Janie--94, 177 Whitley, Miss Nancy-- 16, 64 Whitlow, Dean--36, 85, 92, 163 Widner, Dianna--144 Widner, Donna--89, 171 Widner, Elaine--171 Widner, Linda--78, 144 Widner, Sandra-- 163 Wiley, Sue--84, 93 , 163 Wilkinson, Mr. Clarence-- 16, 83 Wilkinson, Freddie--93, 98, 111, 163 Williams, Barbara--95, 171 Williams, Francis--71, 75, 177 Williams, Fred--70, 93, 1 10, 171 Williams, Judy--177 Williams, Larry--78, 144 Williams, Mrs. M. T. --16,82 Williams, Rosetta--171 Williams, Steve--98, 177 Willis, Bettie--69, 76, 171 Willis, Cathy--93, 163 Willis, David--177 Willis, Gary- -177 Willis, Nancy--70, 77, 93, 163 Wilson, Judy--90,96,99, 144 Wilson, Walter-- 1 10, 163 Winter, Sherry--66, 86, 93, 102, 145 Winters, Geneva--94, 171 Wise, Carole--93, 163 Wise, Joamre--80, 171 Wise, Kathy--79, 145 Wolfe, Connie--75, 99, 164 Woods, Diane--78, 82, 171 Woods, Julia --79, 164 Woods, Wilbur- -99, 1 1 1 Woody, David--83, 92, 97, 171 Woody, Jessica--44, 73, 90, 96, 99, 145 Woody, Eydia--77, 171 Woolwine, Lisa--75, 77, 89, 93, 171 Worley, Jerry-- 164 Worley, Jimmy-- 164 Worley, Kathy-- 164 Worley, Ronnie-- 109, 177 Wright, Bobby-- 145 Wright, Donna--95, 145 Wright, Evelyir--82, 164 Wright, Fred--67, 88, 92, 104, 145 Wright, Howard-- 164 Wright, Mr. Jerry-- 16 Wright, Landon--177 Wright, Ronnie-- 164 Wright, Stella--82, 177 Y Yarber, Eugene- -164 Yarber, Ralph-- 164 Yarber, Shirley--66, 80, 164 Yarber, Warren--145 York, Lawrence--85, 164 York, Sidny--78, 84, 129, 145 Young, Mark--88, 72, 164 212 AUTOGRAPHS y cx o M-JUIlul i Nar ' 4Kxo lo (juitvv ' ' i Wrvi2_) Ujjl c -u d auLTi cxttii p - ' " iCUjue-. 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