Virginia High School - Virginian Yearbook (Bristol, VA)

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Virginian 1969 Published By The “Virginian” Staff Virginia High School Bristol, Virginia BRiSTOI.n f? MBUARY 701 Cioisde SlJ ' cet Brislol r inia 24201 Table Of Contents Introduction 4-15 Administration 16-35 Academics 36-69 Student-Life 70-99 Organizations 100-139 Athletics 140-163 Album 164-219 Finale 220-221 Advertisements 222-242 Senior Directory 243-249 General Index 250-256 3 “Hail To Thee . . Our school is diverse in its appearance, its students and its connotations. Diversity of Virginia High is evident in its connotations to the people. A freshman sees the many traditions and standards to be upheld. To the senior, facing college or a career, it is a goal achieved and an era of life ended. For the teacher, it is a place of challenge and potential knowledge. To the citizen, it is representative of our society, seeking wisdom and truth. 4 6 The Nucleus Of V.H.S. The Virginia High faculty and administration is composed of men and women with a variety of qualifications and back grounds. As club and student activities sponsors, teachers work closely with and assist the students. The faculty, guidance coimselors, office staff, assistant principal, principal, superintendent of schools and school board work together to maintain high standards of education at Virginia High. I The Pursuit Of Knowledge Virginia High offers its students diverse fields of study. For the studious it offers advanced courses in both mathematics and science. Students choose from the many available courses according to their interests, abilities, and choice of profession. Those interested in attending college work towards an academic diploma and those planning to pursue a business career seek a secretarial or general diploma. 8 Those Were The Days Extracurricular activities are an important part of studen t-life at V.H.S. The color and excitement of V-T Week, from the first decorations to the winning play, highlighted fall activities. The Spring Festival, always entertaining and exciting, was a major part of spring activities. In May the All-Sports Banquet honored outstanding athletes. Foi Jimiors and Seniors the year was climaxed by the Jrmior-Senior Prom, Senior Banquet and graduation. 10 11 They Gave That We Might Enjoy Athletics at Virginia High provide color and excitement for students both as participants and spectators. Bearcat athletes compete with teams not only from the Southwest District but also other schools of Southwest Virginia and upper East Tennessee. Working all summer, our cheerleaders are well-trained and school-spirited. Each spring the freshmen, sophomores and juniors choose those girls best qualified for the strenuous, thrilling job. 13 14 Bristol Co-operates As Twin-City Bristol provides diversity in educational opportuni- ties, social and cultural activities, and recreational facilities. In addition to the public school systems Bristol has two junior women’s colleges, a four-year church supported institution, a technical school, and two commercial colleges. These schools are supplemented by a modern public library which offers various research materials, records, and samples of art work. Civic clubs offer citizens an opportunity to serve their community and to participate in various social activities. 15 F acuity Administration I Staff Honors Superintendent Much of the growth of the Bristol Virginia School System is a result of the outstanding leadership of Dr. Joseph B. Van Pelt. Because of his excellent work, his service in educational organizations and in civic and religious activities, he has upgraded the quality of education and inspired the lives of coimtless students in Bristol during the past twenty-four years. He received his B.A. degree from Randolph- Macon College, M.A. from the University of Vir- ginia and in 1962 Randolph-Macon bestowed upon him his Doctorate. Dr. Van Pelt has been both teacher and prin- cipal. He has served education through leadership positions in the State-V.E.A. and National-N.E.A. professional organizations. His office is open always to advise or help those seeking professional guid- ance. Because of your vigor and enthusiasm for those things held dear in our “American Democratic Way of Life”, we honor you, DR. JOSEPH B. VAN PE LT. DR. JOSEPH B. V. N PELT Superintendent of Schools 1. Virginia High School 2. Douglass 3. Stonewall Jackson 4. Thomas Jefferson 5. Highland View 6. Virginia Junior High 7, George Washington and 8. Robert E. Lee which merged to form 9. the newly built Washington-Lee. Gradual continual growth has been the key to Bristol, Virginia’s, educational success. 19 SUPERINTEN ' DFA ' T OE SCHOOLS Dr. Joseph B. N ' anPelt The School Board for the Bristol, Virginia School System consists of five members. These members are qualified, responsible citizens who are approved by the Citv Council and State of Virginia. The Superintendent is chosen by vote of the School Board members. The main duties of the board include adopting policies for the school system, devising and providing means of executing policies and seeing that they are carried out. Board decisions are contracts for buildings, faculty salaries, and educational policies. School Board Mr. Jim Worrell; Mr. Claude Crockett: Mr. J. F. Tollev. Chairman; Dr. Joseph B. VanPelt; Mrs. holet Grimsley, Clerk; Mr. Otis Hurt; Mrs. W. C. Grigsby, Jr. 20 MR. BRUCE CHANDLER Director of Instruction MR. T. T. HAMMACK Ceneral Supervisor Supervisory Staff MR. CALVIN DERTING Visiting Teacher MR. HERMAN BAKER E.S.E..A. Director [•IS • Athletic Council Front Row: Mr. Rovee Quarles, Dr. Jose]rh B. VanPelt, Dr. Louis Kovacs Back Row: Mr. Carl Marion, Mr. Henuau Baker, Mr. Paul Ilurlev, Larr Cilarke. 21 Dr. Louis Kovacs Dedication 22 1 A Man Of Diverse Ability Academic experience is the yardstick of an educator. As a.ssistant football coach and head baseball coach he came in close contact with the students. He served as principal of Highland View Elementary and Virginia Junior High. His dedication to the profe.s.sion led him to seek his doctorate at the University of Tennessee. He then accepted the post of principal of Virginia High. To a man of perseverance in such a diverse field we dedicate the 1969 VIRGINIAN — DR. LOUIS KOVACS 23 Mr. Rasnick receives aid from Mrs. WTiitaker in signing excuses. . SSIST. T PRI CIP. L Mr. Cecil Rasnick Rasnick Devotes Full Time To Office . fter serving many years as an instr uctor of mathematics, i Ir. Cecil Rasnick was released this year from his teaching duties to devote all his time to the demanding job of Assistant Principal, a position he has held for eleven years. Mr. Rasnick is often .seen selling tickets for athletic events, heard making annonncements, and found .signing student admittance .slips. .•Mthongh his duties are many, he still finds time to visit and observe Trigonometry and Advanced Algebra classes, in which he has a great interest, and assist students with math problems. , ssistant Principal checks the day’s absentee list. 24 Counselors MRS. LAURA McNUTT — Eastern Kentucky, A.B., University of Maryland, M.Ed., Girl’s Counselor, Director of Spring Festival MR. J. ROSCOFi HALL — Fiiinory and Henry College, Bov s Counselor Librarians MISS LEONE COOPER - Westhainpton College, B.A., George Peabodv Ciollege, M.A., Head Librarian, Sponsor Library Club MRS. MILLIE SAUNDERS — Bennett College, B.S., Assistant Librarian Secretaries MRS, RALPH WHITAKER - E.T.S.U., University of North Carolina, Office Secretary MRS. DEBORAH PFEIFER - Office Secretary 25 MISS ANNETTE AC:UFF - Radford College, B.A., English 9, Sponsor Beta Clnh MB. CHARLES B. BLANKENSHIP - East Tennessee State University, B.S., University of Virginia, M.Ed., Biology, Advanced Science, Chairman Science Department, Director of Science Fair, Sponsor Sophomore Class MRS. IX)RIS BOOTH - Berea College, A.B., East Tennessee State fhiiversitv, M.. ., English 12, Chairman English Department, BVEA Sciiolarship Committee Chairman. MRS. LOUISE BOWDOIN — Gulf Park Junior College, University Alabama, B.S., Girls’ Physical Education 10, 11, 12, Sponsor Girls’ Intramnrals, Co-sponsor Cheerleaders MBS. FRANCES BOYD - Tusculum College, A.B., I.C.T, Classes, Sponsor VIC.A Club MISS IRENE BROWN - King College, A.B., United States History, S]ronsor The V ' irginian, Sponsor Student LIFE Club, Chairman Scx ' ial Studies Department, BVE. Membership Chairman, Parliamentarian PTA. MRS. Rl BY BROWN — Bristol Commercial College, Snllins College, Study Hall MR. ROBERT BITIHANAN — Emorv and Henry College. B.A., Algebra I, General Math, Sponsor Monogram Club MISS SIS BYNUM — Winthrop College, B.S., Special Education MISS LINDA CAMPBELL — East Tennessee State University, B.S., Bookkeeping, Business Math, Typing I, Sponsor Beta Foundation 26 MRS. HELEN COLEMAN — Eastern Kentucky University, B.S., Home Economics, Sponsor F.H.A. Club, Chairman Senior Banquet MRS. MILDRED COPENHAVER - Radford College, B.S., Art 1, 2, .3, Sponsor .Art Club, Co-sponsor The Virginian MRS. MILDRED CREGER — Mary Washington College, B.S., East Tennessee State University, M.A., Shorthand, Type writing, Record Keeping, Sponsor Class Night, BVEA Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee Chairman MR. JACK CUMMINS — East Tenne.ssee State University, B.S., Distributive Education, Sponsor D.E, Club, BVEA Public Relations Committee Chairman MR, C. P. CURCIO — h]mory and Henry College, B.. ., Elast Tennessee State University, United States Government, Economics, Sponsor Key Club, Co-sponsor Freshman Class, BVEA Grievance Committee (diairman MRS. TOM D.ANIEL — University of Kentucky, B.A., East Tennessee State University, . 1.. ., Latin 1, 2, 3, 4, Sponsor Latin Club, Chairman Language Department MRS. SARA DAVIS — Emorv and Henrv College, B.Ed., Girls’ Physical Pklucation, Driver Training 1, Co-sponsor Cheerleaders MRS. GPINEV.A DILL.ARD — East Tennessee State University’, Reading Aid MR. MARION DUGGER — Eastern Kentucky University, B.S., Basic Electronics, General Shop 1 MR. WILLIAM FARTHING - Berea Gollege, B.A., Advanced Math, Trigonometry, Algebra 2, Sponsor Junior Civitan Club 27 MR. J. CK FRENCH — Concord College, R.A., Reading 1, English 9, Sponsor Ereshinan Class MISS I . C. RRETT — Radford College, B.S., (iolnmhia University, .M.A., Cieometry, Co-sponsor Junior Magazine Sales MISS LI ' D. CiREPfN — East Tennessee State University, B.S., French 1, 2, .2, 4, Spanish 2, Sponsor French Club MR. LESTER H.ALL — Emory and Henrv College, B.A., East Tennessee State University, M.A., English 12, Sponsor S,C,A,, Director of Student . ctivities, RVE. President MRS. MARTHA HARENRURC - Universitv of Tennessee, B.S., Biologv, Cio-sponsor Spring Festival, Co-spousor Sophomore Class .MR. STEPHEN HARRIS - Eisk I ' mversity, B.S., United States History, W orld History, Sponsor Junior |a cees, Co-Sponsor Senior Class MRS. S. R. HILTEN — Emory and Henrv College, B..A., Emory Lhiiversity, M.. ., English 9, Sponsor Tri-Delta Club MR. R. Y HOOPER — V ' .P.l., B.. ., ,M.. ., V ' ocational Office Training, Clerical Practice, Sponsor ,Senior Class MRS, ELIZABETH HUBB.ARD — Eairmont State Teachers College, A.B., Erench 1, 2, Sponsor E.T,. , (dub MR. P.AUL HURLEY — East Tennessee State University, B.S., Driver ' s Training, .Secretarv Virginia High .Athletic Association 28 MR, ALLEN JENNINGS — East Tennessee State University, B.S., M.A., Boys’ Physical Education 10, 11, 12, Sponsor Bovs’ Intramurals, Chairman Physical Education Department MRS. JUNE KEY — Bristol Commercial College, Job Placement Counsellor and Coordinator MRS. JEAN LEWIS — East Tenne.ssee State University, B.S., Shorthand 1, 2, Typing 1, 2, Co-sponsor Little Virginian, Chairman Junior Prom MR. CARL MARION — Morris Harvev College, B.S., General Business, Birsiness Math, Physical Education, Basketball Coach MRS. K.ATHERINE MARTIN - Milligan College, B.S., Typing, General Business, Sponsor F.B.L,. . Club, Central Treasurer MISS KAREN MILLSAPS - Radford College, B.S., Spanish 2, .3, Sponsor Spanish Club MR. R. T. MYERS - V.P.I. B.S., M.S., Mechanical Drawing 1, 2, Supervisor of Parking MR. ROBERT PEARSON — East Tennessee State University, B.S., Mechanical Drawing 1 MR. JAMES PERRY - Emory and Henry College, B.S., Choral Director MRS. MARIANNE POST — Converse College, A.B., M.A., Speech, English 11, 12, Sponsor Drama Club, Co-spon,sor Forensics 29 MRS. Li. D. PULLON — Radford College, B.S., Chemistr -, Sponsor .Mpha Foundation, Sponsor Science Club MISS HELEN ' REEV ' ES — Emory and Henry College, B.. . English 11, Sponsor Tri-Hi-Y MR. [OHN F. REINING — King College, B.. ., Physics, . lgebra 2, Sponsor Interact Club MR. H. MP RICH. RDSON — Emor and Henrv. King, Band Director, Sponsor Band . ctivities .MR. L. RRY SP.LNCiLER — Milligan College, B.S.. L ' niversitv of Tennessee. M.S., General .Science, .Advanced Science, Biologs’. Baseball Coach, Freshman and Varsity Football Coach MR. ROBERT TOWNS - .Alabama College, B.S.. Boys ' Physical Education 1, Football Coach MR. JERRA ' W.ATF’ORD — Universitv of Alabama. B.S.. World Histors. United States History. Head Football Coach, Golf Coach MISS .N.aNCY WHITLEY - Madison College. B.S.. English 10, 11, Sponsor Little A ' irginian, Sponsor Junior Class MR. CLARENCE WILKINSON - King College, A.B., Algebra 1, Sponsor Bov ' s HiY MRS. .MILDRED WILLI AMS - Knoxville College, .A.B., University of Tennessee, M.S., English 9. 10, Prom Committee MR, JERRY WRIGHT - Samford University, B..A., English 10, Sponsor Forensics, Co-sponsor Drama Club 30 Front Row: Mrs. Freeman, Mr. Bell; Back Row: Mr. Harris, Mr. Miilkey. Custodians Cafeteria Workers Front Row: Nellie Sauls, Francis Walden, Kathleen Valdez, Gladys Duty, Cleo Holmes. Bac k Row: Mae Berger, Virginia Derey, Jeane Oakley, Nell Hatcher, Ethel Dickenson. 31 0FFIC;ERS: Mrs. John Smith, Secretary; Mrs. Don Shumaker, Second Vice Presi- dent; Mrs. C. B. Kearfott, Jr., First Vice President; Mrs. Joseph E. Hackley, Presi- dent; Mrs. H. L. Jones, Third Vice Presi- dent; Mr. Fain Cioodpasture, Treasurer. P.T.A. Parents pay membership fee prior to the first P.T.A. meeting. The Virginia High School P.T.A. i.s organized for the pnrpo.se of furthering cooperation between the facitlty and j arents of Virginia High students. It gives parents a chance to acquaint thein.selves with the teachers and discuss their children’s educational progress. It also .serves the coininunity through its various projects. A (jue.stion and answer program this fall provided parents an opjiortunity to a,sk questions and make recommendations to the School Board. During V-T Week the P.T.. . sj; onsored a hot dog supper and dance in the cafeteria before the annual bonfire and jieji rallv. Mrs. Whitaker runs off the absentee li.st on the office mimeograph machine. School Functions Through Joint Effort Mrs, Pfeifer prepares a .statistical report on the adding machine. Football player Alex Todt listens as Coach Watford gives instructions for a play. 33 Parents talk with Mr. Farthing after a PT. meeting. Mrs. Copenhaver looks over some of the library’s new books. Mr. Spangler shows a film to one of his Science cla.sses. 34 Mr, Harris talks with Mr. Thomas Tracy, a guest speaker from the Federal State Department. Teachers listen to the news before a faculty meeting begins. Mr. Harris and Mr. Curcio watch a Political Party Convention during their free time. Miss Brown listens as David Silvers delivers his Voice of Democracy speech. 35 Academics Mrs. Hilten ' s si.xth period class makes use of study time. Mrs. Post applies make-up to Donnie Branson for play. 38 English Department Has Active Forensics Program Miss Whitley helps Barbara Greene with an English composition. The importance of Engli.sh for communications is heard every school day between periods in the halls of Virginia High. These fine arts of speaking and writing are taught to the student each year he attends high school. To .show achievement in these fields, the English Department annually sponsors the Forensic competition and supervises the Voice of Democracy contest. Sherry Kinder reads an interesting story. 39 Suzanne Jessee and Ara White work with pullevs in Phvsics class. Mrs. Pullon helps David Harrison solve a chemistry problem. 40 Mr. Reuning and Gary Tolbert are amused bv the inertia experiment. Experiments Stimulate Interest Coach Spangler talks to Advanced Science class about brain transplants. A weak stomach won’t do for the Science classes at Virginia High, as the activities range from dissecting a frog in Biology, to buniing sulpher in Chemistry. As well as these two classes, the department offers General Science, Physics, and Advanced Science. All future scientists look forward to the annual Science Fair sponsored by the Science Department. 41 Math Department Stimulates The Mind W hen the student is pondering over 1 + 3, he is a candidate for the Math Department at Virginia High. This outstanding department offers general courses, ■ lgebra. Geometry, Trigonometry, and Advanced Math. One of the finest events of the year is the display of geometry projects sponsored by Miss Garrett’s cla.sses. Steve Wheeler ponders over Geometry projects. Mr. Farthing clears the conhision that Trigonometry has created in Tommy King ' s mind. 42 Tom Harmon ponders over a tricky Trigonometry problem. Mary Bruce Chandler and Tommv King try to solve Trigonometry problem. Slope problems come easy to these . lgebra students. 43 Guest Speakers Lecture To Students Mr. Tracy, from the Federal State Department, .speaks on foreign affairs. Mr. William Rogers, ETSU, adjusts microphone as he prepares to speak to (iovernment and History classes. Randy Cutshaw leads pledge of Allegiance in History class. Vorld tiistorv. United States History, and United States Government are the basic credits available in Social Studies. Economics was added to the department this year as an additional conr.se for Seniors and Juniors. 44 Mr. Ciircio gives Ricky Dugger personal help. Patty Moore looks at cartoon turned in as project in Mrs. DeBusk’s U.S. (ioverninent class. 45 Linda Yates, Fave Arnold and Linda Rutter tidy living room of the Home Economics suite. Mrs. Coleman’s first period perfects cooking skills. Pam McCro.skey and Margaret Belcher load washing machine. 46 Home Economics Is A Useful Subject Mrs. Coleman is especially helpful when things become frustrating. A general rule followed in the Home Economics department is “Careful, don’t eat it.” However, one shouldn’t be discouraged, for by the end of the year, the girls are prepared in all the skills of the homemaker. These arts are tested with the Betty Crocker Award contest, sponsored annually by the Home Economics Department. 47 Will mv school insurance cover this?! IF it goes through your band, that is. 48 Mike Ellis, Joe Perry, and John Morrisey make a wooden cabinet. Shop Students Become Skillful In Leather, Metal, And Wood Works Shop I claims many bruised elbows and cut fingers. By the end of the year however — these novice woodcutters are flourishing carpenters, skilled enough to go on to leather goods and constructing scale replicas of buildings in Shop II. Mr. Dugger shows Jeff Dowell how to operate the lathe. 49 Mrs. Martin lectures to her General Business class. 50 Mike Fitzgerald “plods " through a timed-writing. Efficiency Is Learned Here The Commercial Arts department of Virginia High offers all the courses necessary for an efficient secretary or businessman. First-hand experience is gained with the use of up to date equipment from electric typewriters to adding machines. Student typists perfect their accuracy. 51 Maggie Fagan reads Spanish lesson. Mrs. Hnbhard helps Gordon Gilmer translate French sentences. Joan Cain concentrates on Spanish conversation. 52 Latin students expand knowledge? Language Is “A Must” For The College-Bound Passing from Study Hall into the new language wing, one’s ears can pick up the garbled words of students wrestling with an revoir, adios, and valete. The Virginia High foreign language de- partment offers four years of French, Spanish, and Latin, though only two years of one is required for an academic diploma. This is the longest sentence! 53 Gym Classes Work Toward Physical Fitness Physical education provides students not on athletic teams an opportunity to participate in various sports. Freshmen and Sophomore courses are required, while additional ones are optional. • lso a part of the physical education program are courses in health, drivers’ education, and first aid. “What ' re you jumping about? I ' ve got the ball!” Coach Towns keeps an orderly class. Mrs. Bowdoin gives instruction in exercising properly. 55 Giniiy Schlipf participates in a game of Charades. Speech Class Is Full Of Surprises An impromptu speech on chalk or a pantomine on Adam and Eve are just a few of the surprises awaiting the speech student. During a life time nearly everyone is called on to make a public address. In speech the students are taught to express them.selves well in order to become more self-confident and more at ease than the amateur speaker. The speech classes also participate in the Forensics and Voice of Democracy competitions. Martv (ireeson presents Voice of Democracy speech to his class. 56 Students Make A Welcome Use Of Study Hall Walking through the study hall you see a few students sleeping, a few are doodling, several are reading, hut most are studying. As long as they are cjuiet, however, these activities are allowed. The main pumose of this class is primarily for studying. Many students take advantage of this extra hour of quiet to finish last minute homework, tomorrow’s assignment or la st week’s make-up test. David Koltunski studies extremely hard. Jack Feazell surrounded by other study hall members can ' t believe the assignment. 57 Art Classes Give An Outlet For Expression Virginia High is blessed with an extremely active art department. This course gives the creative student an opportunity to further develop his talents in various phases of art. As well as providing timelv showcase displays the department creates the scenic backdrop for the Spring Festival. Bill Smith admires an art e.xhibit. Thomas Eurv does a portrait sketch. 59 Mrs. Dillard collects test papers from students. Reading Taught For Increased Comprehension Mr. French’s reading class is basically to help improve his students reading ability. Through the uniform reading of books and regular timed readings most students are able to improve their speed and comprehension. Mr. French gives out examinations. 60 Students Given Exceptional Oppor- tunities In Special Education. The Special Education depart- ment offers participating students a unique opportunity for develop- ing their abilities to their greatest potential. Walter Foster listens to a record in Special Ed. class. Mrs. Kev assists student in a hoard assignment. 61 I.C.T. Offers Students A World Of Their Own The Industrial Cooperative Training course at Virginia High, known as I.C.T., is a program in which the students study for half a day and then leave for work at an industrv or a business in the Bristol area. This program offers students an opportunitv to gain e.xperience while exploring their field of interest. Doug Simms delivers a speech on V.I.C.A. to his D. O, class. Bill Gore prepares a display on Safety. umavar 62 D.O. students take notes while listening to a record. 63 D.E. Students Gain Job Experience Look out businessmen of America! With the outstanding Distributive Education department of Virginia High our country’s economic future will be in good hands. This work-study program prepares the students for almost any profession or trade. Kathy Rose gives a speech on the Free Enterprise System. Mr. Cummins gives a lecture on gocxl salesmanship. 64 Jerry Hagy and Bonnie Hall set up a mock store display. 65 Mechanical Drawing Adds New Dimensions No longer is Mechanical Drawing made up of just straight lines and angles. With each year the curves increase, and this year the girls are eight in number. The main purpose of this is to teach those .students interested in drafting to read and draw blue prints. Mr. Myers assists Charles Nelson. 66 Mr. Pearson helps Mike Tiiell while other students work on their drawings. Mr. Pearson listens as Patrice Kerr asks him about a drawing. Tom Leonard works on a floor plan. 67 Mrs. Mc.Vutt and .Mary Bruce Chandler look over a college catalog. Guidance Department Is Synonomous To An Oasis The Ciuidance Department is a large bo.x of Kleene.x and a shoulder on which to cry. With the guidance counselors’ fine backgrounds and excellent training, most problems are solved and crises avoided. The counselors also administer all of the standardized achievement tests taken during the school year. College Dav is both planned and conducted bv the (Guidance Department with various college representatives coming to answer questions pertaining to their college ' s academic and social life. Mr. Hall helps Randv Gordon with his college application. 68 Library Increases Efficiency The peaceful world of the library is an important part of any educational system. The library at Virginia High contains books for pleasure, references, periodicals, and other sources of information necessary for the academic and personal uses of the student. It is through the library that audio- yisual materials are obtained. CJeorge Thomas checks out a !)ook for Mark Finley. David Post, Greg Stacy, Mrs. Saunders, and Mike Foote file library cards. 69 Student Life Everybody Won At “The Great Race” The Holiday Inn Convention Center was the finish line for “THE GREAT RACE”. The 1968 Junior-Senior Prom was held amidst a patio atmosphere set hv baskets of flowers, helium filled balloons and Greek eolmnns. Entertain- ment for the evening was provided by the COLLEGIATES from Greensboro, North Carolina. Iiinior class girls displav their decorative ability. 72 68 Class members eagerly await Class Night ' s activities. Seniors Receive Recognition Various awards were presented to outstanding mem- bers of the 1968 graduating class on Class Night. Alan Gilly, class president, and Barbara Little, valedictorian, each presented short speeches to their fellow class members. Class President and Valedictorian led Class of ' 68 in the night’s activities. 73 A Prelude To A Finale The Baccalaureate Service for the 1968 Senior Class was held at State Street United Methodist Church. The students were privileged to hear the Reverend Byron Waits, who presented the sermon for the .service. Seniors enter Sanctnarv for Baccalaureate Services. Seniors leave service a hit appre- hensive about the future. 74 Seniors patiently await the climax of their high school careers. Challenge Presented To 1968 Seniors Connie King receives her diploma from Dr. Van Pelt. The guest speaker for the 1968 Commencement exercises was Congressman William C. Wampler. Congressman Wampler delivered a challenge to all the graduates to prepare themselves for the future. Dr. Van Pelt and Dr. Kovacs awarded the diplomas to the 224 graduating Seniors. 75 V.H.S.’s dignitaries take their place at the head table. Indiana’s Ray Elliot Speaks At All Sports Banquet Shown here are couples and guests enjoying the night ' s festivities at VirgiTiia High’s .All Sports Banquet The 1968 Athletic Banquet wa.s highlighted by guest speaker Ray Elliot of the University of Indiana. Receiving sports awards were, Benny Bailey — Football ' s McEvers-Feathers Award. Bernard Birdwell — Basketball’s Brantley-Je.ssee Award, and Bill Thomas — Baseball s Bill Betters Award. Bmmet Crowned 1968 Homecoming Queen The highlight of the Thomas Jefferson football game was the crowning of the f968 Homecoming Queen, sponsored by the “Little Virginian” Staff. Contestants were Senior girls chosen by the individual chibs and voted on by the student body. This year’s Homecoming Queen was Linda Bmmet. The Homecoming Court consisted of Rita Sword, Gail Huntley, Nicki Saddler, and Ginny Schlipf. Robin .Arnold, 1967 Homecoming Queen, happily crowns Linda Brumet. Left to Right: Schlipf, Sword Brnmet, Huntley, Saddler. 77 Bearcats Plow Under “Cropp” The weekend calm of V.H.S. was liroken as students arrived Sunday afternoon to he»;in decorations tor V-T Week. Halls decked with streamers, banners, and sia;ns set the stage for " Watford’s Wonderful World. " Pep rallies, a car parade, bonfire, and snake dance built up to the clima.x — The Cmme. The week reached its zenith as Watford’s ‘Global Glories’ defeated ‘Cropp’s Graps’ by 13-7, thus retaining the citv trophy and title. ■ lpha members decorate the hall honoring Wattord ' s Global Glories. 79 Spirit is displayed at ' -T pep rallv. 80 81 TWIRP Violators Face Charges Isn ' t this carnini; it a little far? TW ' IRP Week is held annually preceding Valentine’s Day. TWIRP stands for The Woman Is Retjuested to Pay. Imagine a few of the comic situations created such as . . . the skipped heart heat of the yictim as his date skims past the telephone pole . . . the 5 ' 2 " female diligently stniggling with the coat of her 6 ' 2 " date . . . the understandably an.xious parent giying the age-old instruction, “Take good care of my baby and haye him in by 9:. ' 3()!’’ If either party fails to abide by the niles of “vice yersa ” or fails to vyear a TWIRP Bird, they must report to Kangaroo Kourt. The cheerleaders reyievy the cases and pass judgement. The criminal must then pay penance regardless of the hilarity of embarrassment. , t last life is returned to normal as the lioness returns from her prowl and plunder. . rouncl every corner lurks doom and disaster!? . re you two for real? 82 Two TWIRP violators sentenced to a day of repentance. Head-cheerleader Linda Biamiet calls Kangaroo Konrt to order. 83 Festival Presents “Mountain Melody” Art Club paints backdrop. " Mountain Melody,” the 1969 Spring Festival, was hosted bv Tominv King, the Master of Ceremonies. Considered a great success, the various skits depicted life in the mountains, ranging from the tragic to the comical. The Art and Music Departments spent manv long but rewarding hours preparing their part in the gala affair. The highlight of the festivities was the crowning of Miss Cinnv Schlipf and Mr. Randv Cordon as Queen and King of Virginia High School. Mrs. McXutt, director, congratulates Tommy King. M.C., on an e.xcellent job. The band put in long hours of practice for the Festival. 84 85 " Salty Dog " dancers livened the evening with their own st le of “rug-cntting. " 86 “Down In The Valley” Brack wanted to he free to be with his true love, Ginny. And, there was the day Mrs. Johnson socked’ it to the “Harper Valley P.T.A. " 87 “The Daisy Mae Kick Line ’ gave the ‘city-slickers’ a view into ' Yokum Country.’ ’ocalists Eleanor Grace. Mike Ellis, and Jack West entertained during the judging. “Lir - hners ’ sang the praises of that " Good Ole’ Mountain Dew.” 88 i Front Row: Post, Cornett, Thurston, Willis, Stophel, Cain, T. Baxley, R. Arnold. Second Row: Clarke, Leonard, T. Smith. .Adkins, D. Barker. Kelly, Anderson, Good- pasture. Back Row: Everette, Strick- land, Pace, Huntley, Worley, Bridge- man, D. Smith, Mays, Branson, D. Taylor. Spring Festival Contestants Front Row: D. Smith, West, Boyd, Schlipf, Parrott, Sadler, Youni , Kerr. Second Row: Cemmell. Odum, Gordon, T. Smith, Cunningham, Cartwright, R. Taylor, P. Barker. Back Row: E. Taylor, Sword, Littleton, McCroskey, Slagle, Steyens, Dutton, Thomas, Henner, Hagy. Front Row: Harrison, Tate, Quisenherry, Lawson, Helton, Drinkard, Holdway, Brnmet. Second Row: McNew, Silcox, J. Parks, Bailey, Radler. White, Dugger, Hackley. Back Row: Fleenor, Draper, Rhea, Thurmond, Brown, P. Parks, B. Baxley, A. Arnold, Jackson, Scott. FIRST RUNNERS IP Mr. Tal) Baxley Miss Rol)in . niokl SECON13 RUNNERS UP Mr. Steve Bo xl M iss Sharon Cornett THIRD RUNNERS UP Mr. Danny Smith Miss Anne Mays FOURTH RUNNERS UP Mr. Darrell Smith Miss Niki Saddler 90 Queen King Ginny Schlipf l aiulv (lordon 91 Gene Malcolm Award (Jene Malcolm, affectionallv known as “Mr. Bearcat,” has been identified with Virginia High spirit since his student days. He was head cheerleader for the Bearcats, active in the .support of all VHS sports events, and since graduation has been one of the kev figures in the Bearcat Boosters Club. The Bearcat Boo.sters under Malcolm’s leader- ship has sponsored the summer festival rides at Randolph Field. From these rides the Boosters have contributed many thousands of dollars for the VHS Athletic and general school program. Gene has been president of the Bearcat Boosters for many years. The organization presents the annual athletic awards — such as the McEver-Feathers award and the Bill Betters trophy for baseball. Beginning in 1969, in tribute to Mr. Malcolm, the Boosters Club will present the Gene Malcolm Track Award to the outstanding track performer. Mr. Malcolm proridlv displays the new trophy. Dr. Kovacs receives the award from Chaiincey DeVault as Gene Malcolm looks on. 92 In Memoriam The skies wept in Bristol the day a young marine gave his life in Vietnam. This spring, in his honor, the James Farmer Memorial Award will he presented to the Best All-Around Athlete at Virginia High School who has attained a “C” average. Jimmy Farmer graduated from Virginia High School in 1965 and was considered as one of the finest long-ball hitters to ever play for the Bearcats. He won the Southwest District batting champion.ship and was All-Southwest District in baseball as outfielder. In 1964, Jimmy played on the Bearcat’s Southwest District Champion,ship football team and was also All-Southwest District at center and linebacker in football. James Byron Fanner February 22, 1946 - March 16, 1968 James Byron Farmer Memorial Award Jimmy Farmer Center Co-Captain 1st Team .All-District Honorable Mention, .All-State All-City 93 Deserving Students Receive Recognition Herbie Dutton. D. A.R. Essay winner, admires a histors poster. Voice of Democracy winner Connie ffaker does research for her speech. lliis year many students were reeognized for outstanding aeeomplishments in their various fields of interests. Although public recognition is received at the time of achievement, awards are actuallv presented at the Awards Assembly and Class Night. ALL ST-ATE (iHORt S MEMRERS: First Row — Cornett, Railev, Draper, Jessee. Second Row — Darrell Smith. Danny Smith, Wilkinson, King, 94 Mrs. McNutt presents a certificate of recognition to Dennis Henner, National Merit Semi-Finalist. Betty Crocker Award winner Rhonda Duncan, demonstrates her cookint; ahilitv. 95 Students Involved In Current Events The excitement of the Presidential Campaign reached Bristol in October with the appearance of third-party candidate George C. W ' allaee. Virginia High students did not attend his rallies but held a mock election in which Wallace ran awa ’ with the victorv. In reality, ixon won the election with blurry, red-eyed students watching the final returns in their classrooms. While Humphrey was wi.shing he could have been captive at 1600 Pennsvlvania Avenue, three men were captive in a tinv space capsnle racing toward the moon at fantastic speeds. Their return, after orbiting the moon, marked a mile.stone in the past and a goal for the future. Students watch the electd- U.S. Ilistorv Students listen Gov. Wallace’s speech by radio. Nixon makes political comeback to become our nation’s 37th president. 96 Peggy Parks displays her history project mapping the path of Apollo 8. The Camera Was Loaded! “But my face — I don’t mind it Because I’m behind it; It’s the people in front that I jar.’’ ■ nthonv Euwer has his own e.xpressions showing individual displaying, again, the diveri.stv of Virginia Each student emotions. Thus High. 98 99 Organizations Honor Council Is Reorganized The purpose of the Honor Council is to promote integrity, and good character. It consists of elected representatives from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes. Sitting: Stevens, Feathers, T. Smith, Thurmond. Standing: D. Clark, S. Smith, L. .Salvers, Brown, Barker, G. Salvers, Helton, L. Clarke, Fleenor. Club Council Promotes Interest In Clubs The Club Council is a committee which is composed of the presidents of clubs at Virginia High School. Its main objective is to improve the organization of clubs at Virginia High by promoting greater interest and activity in them among both students and facultv members. Front Row: Williams, Ellis, Oakes, Clarke, Odum, West. Second Row: - Helton, Cartwright, White, ■Vrnold, Heniandez, Walling. Third Row: Sword, Hacklev, Parks, Lawson, Johnson, Lane, Bowers, Draper. Back Row: Harmon, Cooper, McNew, Kistner, Henner, Baxley, Todt, Garrett. 102 President Clarke, Reporter Leonard, Treasurer Arnold, Vice President Brown, and Secretary Goodpasture operate the Book Store. S.C.A. Revises Honor Code TTie Student Co-operative As.sociation is the student governing body of Virginia High Sehool. Council members are representatives elected from each class, but the entire .student body forms the organization. The S.C,A. operates the Book Store each day selling school .supplies to provide funds for the organization’s activities. Important projects for the vear were revising and distributing the Student Handbook and the Honor Code and reorganizing the Student Council .structure. President Larry Clarke addresses student body. Front Row: Bradley, Kelly, Walling, President Clarke. Second Row: Hagy, Thomas, Ellis, ,Ste|)hens. Third Row: Pope, Bailey, Powell, Bass, Kelly, McCulloch, R. Todt. Back Row: Dutton, Ctitshaw, Whitlow, A. Todt, Home, Ross, Stewart, Ball. 103 Front Row: President Henner, Vice-President DtigK ' ' ' Secretary Tollie. Treasurer Powell, Sergeant-at-Arins Davis, Mays, l.ee, Knipe, Sponsor Miss . cnff. Second Row: Cartwright, Combs, Rutherford, Phelps, Smith, Swiney, Dye. Third Row: Hackely, Duncan, (dark. Feathers, Jessee, Salyers, Helton. Fourth Row: Stallard, Pender, Bass, M. King, T. King, Wade, Koltunski. Fifth Row: Kinder, C,ihson, Barber, Brown, Parks, White, McNew. Sixth Row: L. Clarke, Statzer, Dut- ton, .Arnold, Coodpastnre, I,awson, Miles. Seventh Row: Silvers, Wallace, Cutshaw, h’leenor. Cordon, Johnson. Tlie purpo.se of the Beta Cluh is to promote seholarship, leadership, and good eitizenship. Members must hold a high academic average and a good citizenship record. One traditional Beta Club service is participation in the Christmas Seal program. The club also sends a large delegation to the state convention. Funds were raised by operating Beta Chib bookstand, selling vocabulary booklets, and washing wind- shieliis. Beta Club Attends State Convention Peggy Parks and Nancy Stallard sell Debbie Fleenor a cupcake at a bake sale. 104 Front Row: Vice President Fleenor, Reporter Rhea, Sergeant-at-Arms McVey, Sweetheart White, President Radler, Littleton. Second Row: Parks, Boyd, Raines, Branson, Quisenherry, Horner. Third Row: Johnson, Baxley, Gordon, Henner, Harrison, Harmon. Fourth Row: Myer.s, Adams, Stewart, Cornm, Cnrcio. Back Row: Statzer, Bailey, Smith, Treasurer Rutter, Sponsor Buchanan. Monogram Club Cleans Out Trophy Case Members of the club clean the trophy case. The Monogram Club of Virginia High is open to any athlete who has received a varsity letter in a sport. The purpose of the club is to promote athletics in the school. Projects included cleaning out the trophy ca.se, painting scores on game balls, and up-dating the track and field plaque. 105 Front Row: Sponsor Cooper, President J. Johnson, Vice-President Jackson, Secretary Pender, Reporter Cnisenberrv. Second Row: ' anHov, . Johnson, Savinskv, Jones, Scott. Hack Row: Stacy, Smith, Stophel, Peters, Balthis, Singleton. Library Club Assists Students And Librarians The Library Club is a .service club which strives to promote high standards of leadershijo abilities, to stimulate interest in reading good books and to render valuable service to the liliiarian and students of the .school. Among the many routine activities of the club are the proce.ssing, the circulation, and the repairing of textbooks and library materials; operating the audio-visual equipment; collecting fines; writing and delivering notices for over-due books; and assisting students in the location of librarv materials. Books are made ready for shelving. 106 Members of the Beta Foundation put final touches on their entry for the V-T car parade. Beta Foundation Promotes Character The purpose of the Beta Foundation is to promote growth of character, friendship, and cooperation through the members of the club, the school, and the community. Their activities, this year, included a bakesale, providing a Thanksgiving dinner for an underprivileged family, and taking a needy family at Christmas. Front Row; Secretary-Treasurer Kent, Reporter Sword, Sweetheart Smith, Vice-President Cox, Sponser Miss Campbell. Second Row: Groseclose, Dye, Link, Lee, Clarke, Third Row: Page, Geromanos, Wolfe, Hoss, Statzer. Back Row: Harlow, Steele, Leonard. 107 Front Row: President Oakes. Vice-President Vanlloy, Secretary Stapleton, Treasurer Jennings, Reporter Mathesins. .Second Row: Barker, Large, Oxendine, Carinodv. Back Row: ( ' nisenl)erry. Sponsor Martin, Strickland. F.B.L.A. Develops Leadership Ability Members of the club display articles for the Tom-Wat sale. The Future Bu.sine.ss Leaders of Ameriea is an organization consisting of stvidents who have had at least two business courses. The purpose of the club is to develop better leadership abilitv. A scholarship of one hundred dollars for the most outstanding senior busine.ss student is the main project of the F.B.L.A. Other activities of the club included sponsoring a Santa Pal, pr oviding a Christmas basket for a needy familv, and presenting gifts to teachers during American Education Week. Baby Bearcat prepares to roll. 108 Rachel Tate and Barliara Davidson serve Mrs. Williams punch at a tea for the teachers. F.T.A. Learns About Teaching Profession The purpo.se of the Future Teachers of America is to learn about the teaching profession and its opportunities. This year’s activities included decorating a car and making a sign for V-T Week. During National Education Week, they sponsored a tea for the teachers. At Christmas they decorated the teacher’s lounge and sent Christmas cards to the teachers. The club sent representatives to the F.T.A. Convention in December. First Row: President K. Lane, Vice-President Hale, Sweetheart Branson, Secretary Sluder, Treasurer Taylor, Second Row: Sponsor Mrs. Hubbard, Tate, Simms, Hernandez, Willis. Third Row: J. Lane, Stump, Littleton, Milhorn, David.son. 109 Front Row: Parliamentarian Fagan, Reporter Kerr, Treasurer J. Mellett, Secretary Greene, Vice-President Mvers, President Hernandez. Second Row: Sims, Tapscott, Johnson, (iahle, .VI. Mellett, Tate, Richardson. Third Row: Page, Tavlor, Lane, (Toss, Lee, Schlipf. Davis, Morgan. Fourth Row: Morton. Farnham, Russell, Pauley, Leonard, Fleenor, Sponsor Mrs. Post. Back Row: Post. Hoback. Trammell. Drama Club Has Thanksgiving Pageant The objectives of the Drama Club are to promote interest and participation in dramatics and to create a higher interest in culture in the .school and communitv. Activities this year included two one-act plavs, a Thanksgiving pageant, and a parliamentarv procedure work.shop. Club members present a Thanksgiving pageant. no Science Club Goes To Oak Ridge Club members assist in the Christmas Seal drive. The Science Club is an affiliate member of the Virginia Junior Academy of Science. The prime objective of the club is to promote interest in science through various programs, projects, and trips. The club annuallv sponsors the Baush and Lomb Award and the Westinghouse Scholarship Program. The club makes preparation for their trip to Oak Ridge. Front Row: Treasurer Large, Secretary Barnes, Vice-President Tate, President Garrett. Second Row: Hacklev, Cartwright. Hale, Thomas, T. King, Baker, Dutton. Third Row: Cutshaw, Dve, Umberger, Thurmond, Willis, Bmmet. Fourth Row: Hobson, J. King, Wallace, .M. King, B. Cooper, .VlcNew. Fifth Row: Leonard, Johnson, R. Cooper, L. (ilarke, Kristofek, Ware. Back Row: Brvant, Finlev, Brown. Salyers, Aciiff. Ill Front Row; President Arnold, Vice-President Young, Secretary Silcox. Treasurer Knox, Schlipf, Sponsor Mrs, Copenhaver. Second Row: f, |ohnson, Thomas, Lane, (iriswold, Hamilton, Brvan, Third Row: .Martin, Lee, Faucette, Tavlor, Widener, Newton, Fourth Row: Tate, Johnson, Henner, Kerr, Littleton, Lane, Atwell, Back Row; Wise, Pender, York, Wilson, Nelson, Art Club Sponsors The Art Mobile The purpo,se of the Art Chib i,s to add to the spirit and culture of Virginia High School, Composed of art students, the club undertook several projects throughout the year. Twice it sponsored the Art Mobile from Richmond and visited .several local art e.xliibits. During V-T week the members made Bearcat buttons and signs to sell to the student body. Other projects included decorating the hall bulletin boards and exhibit cases and having an art display of the third year students’ work. Donna Taylor, Kathy Lane and Charles Nelson put up a sign in the Senior Dinette. C athv Brvan, Diane . tvvell, and Susie Littleton work on 112 Latin Club Attends J.C.L. Convention After the Student-Faculty basketball game, members determine the profit. The Latin Club is organized for the purpose of furthering the study of the classics. It is affiliated with the National and State Junior Classical Leagues. This year the Latin Club attended the State J.C.L. Convention in Charlottesville, Virginia. The club held a Student-Faculty basketball game. Service projects included the annual Christmas Cart for teachers and the purchasing of reference books for the Latin classes. Latin Club members wait to board the bus for the J.C.L. Convention. Front Row: Rutherford, Dickert, Chandler, Reporter Brown, Vice-President Clark, President Parks, Secretary Thurmond, Smith, Stallard, Pender. Back Row: Dutton, Cutshaw, Mellett, J. Henner, Hackley, White, Goodpasture, Swiney, McNew, D. Henner, Sword, Johnson. 113 Front Row: Sponsor Green, President Cartwright, Vice-President Jessee, Secretary Miles, Treasurer Knipe, Reporter Tollie, Sergeant-at-. rms Williams, Second Row; Clark, Goins, Shipley, O ' Dell, Odum, Ellis, Moore, Hawthorne, Peuley. Third Row: Saul, Faucette, Ellis, Savinskv, Dickev, Sandoe, White, Groseclose, Griswold, Farnham, .Morton. Fourth Row: Perry, Bonsall, , dkins, Hagy, King, R. , rnold, A. .Arnold, Greer, L. Leonard, Blevins, .Allen, Tate. Fifth Row: M oore, S. Leonard, Jones, Beglev, Cunningham, Bass, Greene, Kerr, Hawkins, Pope, Eidwards, Dunkin. French Club Contributes To Santa Pal Fund Tlie French Club i.s an organization consisting of people. The club’s activities include Christmas card students taking French. Its purpose is to become .sales, decorating the language wing at Christmas, better actjnainted with French laws, customs and candv and bake sales, and sponsoring a Santa Pal. Peggy Cartwright decorates Miss Green ' s room for Christmas. Joyce Lee buys a box of candy from Doug Dickey. 114 Mike Fleenor studies a Christmas tree with Mexican decorations. Sandy Scott and Shirley Yarber decorate a car for the V-T parade. Spanish Club Has Christmas Fiesta The Spanish Club is organized for the purpose of increasing interest in the Spanish speaking people and their customs. The club has presented speakers and films to further their understanding. Other activities of the Spanish Club include decorating for Columbus Day, a colorful Christmas fiesta, the celebration of Pan-American Day, and the annual open hou.se held in the spring. Front Row: Spon.sor Millsap.s, President Hacklev, Vice-President Dugger, Secretary Fagan, Treasurer Fleenor, Reporter Russell. Second Row: Stump, Wendt, West, Gable, Geromanos, Sherry Lane, Yarber, Sharon Lane. Third Row: Cooper, .Arnold, Meanv, R. Salyers, Holbrook, McDaniel, Reedv. Back Row: Pender, Roberts, Kristofek, L. Salyers, Smith, Kessee. 115 Front Row; Sponsor Miss Reeves, Sweetheart Radler, President A. White, Vice-President Knipe, Secretary Bass, Treasurer Clark, Report orian Arnold, Reportorian Parks, Chaplain Thurmond, Sergeant-at-. rnis Miles, Scribe Tollie. Second Row: Leonard, Shipley, Ellis, Odum, P. White, Rutherford, Dickert, Cartwright. Third Row: Fagan, Davis, Thomas, Kearfott, Thompson, McCulloch. Back Row: Kelly, Martin, Lauman, Goodpasture, Powell, Hackley. Back Row; Henner, Kerr, Greene, Hawkins, Knox, Edwards. Tri-Hi-Y Gives V-T Skit Tlie Tri-Hi-Y is a girl’s service cluli affiliated with the Y.M.C.A. It is active in both community and school activities. During V-T week the Tri-Hi-Y decorated two halls, gave the skit during the V-T pep rallv, and had a balloon throw. Members provided a Santa Pal with a merry Christmas. This year the club was co-host to the district Hi-Y meet. Posing as the Tennessee High band, several girls entertain at the V-T pep rally. Tri-Hi-Y members concentrate while painting a bulletin board. 116 r-r The main purpose of the Boy’s Hi-Y is to create and maintain high standards of living in the home, school, and community. The members are chosen for their leadership abilities, scholarship, and character. As a service club, the Boy’s Hi-Y assisted the Tuberculosis Association, worked on the Dime Board, and decorated the cafeteria for V-T week. Other activities included bake sales and attendance at the Model General Assembly. Jim McNew helps Tim Statzer fill out a monthly report of club activities. Several boys in the club help decorate the cafeteria. Boy’s Hi-Y Attends Model General Assembly Front Row: Treasurer Gary Johnson, Jackson, Ihnberger, T. King, .Sergeant-at-Arms Blackley, President McNew, Sweetheart Silcox, Secretary Statzer, Chaplain Gene Johnson, Vice-President Brown, Sponsor Wilkenson. Back Row: Owens, Cooper, Kistner. Ware, Stringer, Houser, Lewis, M. King, Curcio, Fleenor, Leonard. 117 Front Row: Chaplain Smith, Sergeant-at-Arms Buchanan, President Draper, .Sweetheart P. Fleenor, ' ice-Pre,sident Davis, Treasurer Necessary, GockIsoii. Second Row: Gregory, Duncan, Leonard, Hayes, Pidlon. Third Row: Carol Whicker, Haire, Moore, Sweeney, Combs. Back Row: Russell, Fleenor, Cheryl Whicker, Kinder. Gibson. Tri-Delta Sponsors Student Bus The Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y is a girl’s organization affiliated with the Y.M.C.A. Its main purpose is to create. throughout the home, school, and communitv, standards of high character. The Delta ' s activities include hake .sales, and decorating the .Science Wing for The club also sponsored a student bus for the football game. car washes V-T Week, to Roanoke Karen Haves, Dottie Fleenor, and Cheryl Whicker make ' .T. decorations for Science wing. Sherry Kinder, and Mary Hope Gibson, make die for V.T. decorations. 118 Junior Jaycees Hold Mock Election Richard Barnes casts his vote during the mock election. The Junior Jaycees have undertaken many projects this year. Members served as guides to visiting bands during the Southeastern Band Festival. The Junior Jaycees sponsored a mock election in which students voted for President and Vice Pre,sident and other issues put before the registered voters. The club also assisted the Bristol Jaycees in their activities. The club makes plans for upcoming projects. First Row: Reporter Myers, Secretary Jackson, Treasurer Rosenhoro, Sweetheart Huntley, President R. Cooper, Vice-President Garrett, Sponsor Harris. Second Row: Umherger, B. Cooper. Fitzgerald, Leonard, Keesee, Third Row: Barnes, Tolbert, Smith, Duff. 119 Front Row: ’eatherlv, Martin, President Williams. Vice-President Elasterling, Secretars-Treasurer Leonard. Historian Corbett, Clements. Reedv. Hack Row: U. Tiitaker. Mrs. Williams, S. Whitaker. Sponsor Miss Brown. i Student LIFE Club Distributes ‘‘Tracts” Sandra Whitaker and Camile Williams give .Mr. Curcio a Thanksgiving gift. The purpose of the Student LIFE Club is to provide students an opportunity to unite in Christian fellowship. This is accomplished through Biblical discussions and related projects which include distributing “tracts” during the various seasons of the vear, placing a subscription of “Campus Life” magazine in the school li brary, and contributing to various national and communitv projects 120 Club members participate in the installation service. Joyce Holbrook sells V-T suckers. F.H.A. Promotes Appreciation Of Homemaking The Future Homemakers of America Club promotes the appreciation of homemakiug. Members include girls studying Home Economics. A major part of the F.H.A. ’s activities was cooking for fudge and bake sales. Members sold .suckers during V-T week. Other projects were “Family Safety” and “Wake Your Town and Tell The People.” Front Row: Sponsor Mrs. Coleman, President Bowers, Vice-President Steele, Secretary-Treasurer Ateveh, Reporter McCroskv. Second Row: Historian Tate, Chaplain Statzer, Holbrook, Parliamentarian Saul, Activities Director Willis. Back Row: Beverly, Hoffarth, Belcher, Perry, Savinsky, Rosenbalm. 121 Front Row; President Stevens, Business Manager Canter, Secretary Gong, Treasurer Sims, Slagle, PuHoti, Sponsor .Mrs. Bovd. Second Row; Woixls, Pace, T. Williams, Stanton, K. Williams, Monahan, . shle , Eur . Third Row; Collins, Dowell, Tate, Hall, Shaffer, Proulex, Dunn. Fourth Row; Thomas, Stanley, I’nderwood, Campbell, Shortt, Sexton, Combs. Fifth Row; Ciross, Brewer, Vice-President Gore, lUioton, Hines. Back Row; Washington, Brown, Smith. V.I.C.A. (D.O.) Helps Train Students Vocational Indicstrial Clubs of America (VM.C.. .) is a cooperative plan of training for Juniors and Seniors who attend school one half dav and train on the job for a minimiiin of fifteen hours per week. Work consists of a variety of jobs such as baking, anto mechanics, dental a.ssistants, cosmetology, anto parts, stock, bottling, meat packing, domestic aids, cooks, and laboratory as.sistants. Leadership training is emphasized through district, state, regional and national contests; these contests are speech, job interview, spelling drafting, etc. The officers and Mrs. Bovd talk over plans for upcoming projects. 122 Dean Whitlow serves Coach Spangler a cup of coffee. John Holland gives Mr. Wilkenson an apple during American Education Week. D.E. Club Holds Awards Banquet The Distributive Education Club of Virginia High is an active work-study program. A dinner meeting is held each month as well as an Awards Banquet at which awards are presented to deserving students. There are two district meetings each year. In addition there are state and national meetings where D.E. students compete in areas of their study programs. Front Row: Third Vice-President Saddler. Chaplain Ball, Parliamentarian Page, Second Vice-President Hagy, Secretary Saddler, Treasurer Holland, First Vice-President Worley, President Kistner. Second Row: Sponsor Cummins, Pickett, Jones, Bouton, Fulp, Reisler, D. Hall, Bowman, Carmody, Paks, Stapleton, Jennings, Nunlv. Third Row: J. Fleenor, Martin, Chapman, Marion, Almaroad, Stevenhagen, Belcher, Sage, Guinn, Moore, Harrison, Lauman. Fourth Row: Hamilton, Bryant, Murray, Russell, R. Worley, Huntley, Harlow, Hill, Bridgeman, J. Stapleton, Harrison. Kent, Leonard, B. Hall. Fifth Row: Booher, Reisler, K. Davenport, .McCroskey, Crusenberry, B. Fleenor, Shearin, Whitlow, Johnson, B. Davenport, Kipp. Helton, Large, Booher, Moore. 123 Front Row: President Lawson. Vice-President Moore, Secretary Mays. Sweetheart Quisenherry, Treasurer Bailey, Sergeant-at . rins Bniinet, Historian Feathers, Sponsor Mrs. Pillion. .Second Row: VVidener, Schlipf, King, Tolley, Jessee, Reporter Bridgeman, Chaplain , dkins. Third Row: Baker, McCray, Hamilton, Pittman, Pope, Sandoe. Fourth Row: Stallard, Stevens, Sharrett, . ' Mien. Kegley, Rachel. Back Row: C. Bailey, Lee, Silcox, .‘ cuff. i Alpha Promotes Friendship Several Club members work on a sign for V-T decorations. The purpose of the Alpha Foundation is to promote growth of character and friendship throughout the school and community. This year projects included decorating the Language wing and the Study Hall for V-T week, sponsoring a needy family at Thanksgiving, attending area churches each month, and holding a Christmas banquet. ■Alpha members sell Becki Davis a cookie at their bake sale. 124 Bill Smith sells Fred Wilkinson a corsage. The Key Club, a boy’s service organization, is affiliated with the Kiwanis International. It strives to promote leadership and co-operation between club members and the faculty. One of the club’s main projects was selling corsages during V-T week. Other activities included sponsoring College Day and selling Kiwanis Peanuts on Kids’ Day. Henner, Clarke, and Baxley decorate a Christmas tree ovitside the .school. Key Club Sponsors College Day Front Row; Mitchell. Barker, Wallace, D. Clark, Carrett, T. Radler, Weiler, S. Smith. Arnold, Sponsor Curcio. Back Row: Chaplain B. Smith, Reporter Young, Vice-President Henner. Sweetheart Gotxlpasture, President Baxley, Treasurer L, Clarke, Secretary Quisenberry, Sergeant-at-Arms G. Radler. 125 Front Row: President Todt, Vice-President Rutter, Sweetheart Cain, Secretary Slagle, Treasurer Homer, Chaplain McAev, Sponsor Mr. Farthing. Second Row; Feazell. Crowe, Blevins, Harmon, Curcio. Third Row: Livingston, Littleton, Harrison, Stophel, Rhea, Back Row: Gore, Branson, Parrott, Ross, Thurston, ! I Junior Civitan Club Builds Good Citizenship The junior Civitan Club is organized and spon- sored bv the Civitan Club of Bristol, The purpose of the club is to cultivate social relations and good fellowship, to cooperate in all kinds of activities, to promote clean living and good sportsmanship, and to be builders of good citizenship. 126 Finley, Fleenor and Holdwav prepare a liox of fo(xl for a Santa Pal. Newton and Helton work for the Christmas Seal drive. Interact Club Sells Football Programs The Interact Club is a .service organization sponsored by the Rotary Club of Bristol. The purpose of the club is to promote cooperation and friendship among its members in school and community activities. Projects included .selling football and ba.sketball programs at home games and a.ssisting the Tuberculosis . ssociation in its fight against respiratory diseases. Two large banners for display at athletic events were also donated to the cheerleaders. Front Row; President Helton. Vice-President Whitlow, Secretary-Treasurer Holdway, Sweetheart Brumet, Meanv, Reporter Dugger, Sponsor Reuning, Second Row: Cordon, Fleenor, Cunningham, C. Salvers, W. Salyers Third Row: , nderson, Corvin, Bates, Cilmer, Finley. Back Row: James, Kverett, Boyd, Croseclose. 127 Virginian Staff 1968 Business Staff: Business Manager Bass, Subscription Manager Knipe, j Ad Manager Brown. | 1 After attending a yearbook forum at King College in the Spring of ’68, the Virginian staff began production of this year’s book. During the summer each member sold advertisements to Bristol businessmen. During the school year the staff worked diligently towards promptly meeting its deadlines in order to have the yearbook ready for distribution in May. Sports — Dennis Houser and Smith, Student Life — Fleenor, Academics — Allen, Clubs — Clark, Typist — Tollie, Sponsors: Miss Brown and Mrs. Copenhaver look over several layouts. Portraits — Doug Houser, Griswold, Photographer King, Hackley, White, Shipley. 129 Little Virginian Has Record Year The “Little Virginian” coverage included club activities, sports, and other school activities. Editorials and letters to the editor presented different ideas on various topics that concerned the students. Two members of the staff participated in the annual meeting of the Scholastic Press Association, held at Washington and Lee Universitv. Also, two delegates were sent to Richmond Professional Institute for a workshop. The staff is a member of Quill and Scroll, a national honorarv journalistic society. Co-Business Managers Tommy King and Linda Bnimet go over the accounts. publishing a newspaper. Co-sponsors Mrs. Lewis and Miss Whitley. 130 STAFF REPORTERS: Sitting — Powell, Drinkard, Greene. Standing — Ware, McClellan, McNew, Mitchell, Koltun,ski, Adams, Hoback, Lewis. 131 Front Row; Hai , Bailey. Hernandez, Greer, Dillow, D. Tavlor, Jesse, Moore, Draper, Arnold, Miles, Second Row: Cox, Winters, Feathers, Fraley, Mays, Statzer, Ellis, .Vilen, McChav, Whicker, Dve, Morgan, Wrii ht, Lee. Third Row: Slutter, Hale, Kinder, Lawson. Paidey, Baker, Haire, Pittman, Owenbv. Cilav, Pender, Edwards, Bowers. Fourth Row: Riggs, Littleton, Wilkinson, E. Tavlor, Darrell Smith, Boyd, Nelson, Comhs, King. Back Row: Taylor, D;uinv Smith, Branson, Thurston, D. Jones, Baxley, Rutter, L. Jones, Tate, Raines, Rhea, Cross, Shatter. Concert Choir Gives Program Tlie choral program at Virginia High i,s made up of approximately 250 stndent.s. Freshmen boys and girls are assigned resj ectively to the Boys’ and Girls’ Glee Chib, where th ey leani the fundamentals of good voice production. The Mixed Chorus is comjiosed of students interested in singing. Here emphasis is on good vocal production. The Concert Choir is composed of students with at least one year of choral experience. In this group emj hasis is placed on achieving a degree of artistry and creativity in performance. Director Mr, James Perry. 132 i: Front Row: President Flllis, Secretary Mathesiiis, Davidson, Charter. Back Row: VanHov, Cross, Lane. Boys’ Glee Club Officers: Girls’ Glee Club Officers: President Walling and Secretary Musselwhite. Concert Choir Officers: President Smith, Vice-President Mays, Secretary-Treastirer Draper, Librarian Feathers, Librarian Branson. 133 Front Row: Saul, Belcher, Gabel, O’Dell, Barker, Leonard, Dennv, VanHov, Yates, Hoffarth, Jones, Alniaroad, Carmody, Hall, D, Robinson. Second Row: M. Carter, Perrv, Cheetain, McCroskv, Hunt, Mathesius, Cross, King, Fleenor, Eller, Ollinger, Tolbert, Campbell, E. Pruitt, Ellis, Johnson, Hawthorne. Third Row: C. Brown, Brewer, Morrison, C. Robinson, Eoster, V. Brown, Pope, Arnold, Sproles, Collins, Wolfe, Hagv, Johnson, Bishop, Bryant, Canter, Lane, B. Pruitt. Back Row: , 1. Brown, Thompson, Jones, Bradley, Murray, Davidson, P. Robinson, Patrick. Girls’ And Boys’ Glee Glubs Boy’s Quartet: Front Row: Knipe, Harrison, Black, Foster. Second Row: Hall, West, Green, Williams, Walling. Third Row: Ellis, Eades, Musselwhite, Weeks. W ' ilson. Back Row: Stanley, Stone, Thomas, Spriggs, Pender. 134 Mixed Chorus Officers: Front Row: President Odum, Secretary Leonard, Siizan Pope. Second Row: Sharron Pope, Gibson, Cnisenherry, Back Row: Shumaker, Pender, Thomas, Smith, Ross. Mr, Perry gives the Girls ' Glee Gluh final instnictions before the Ghristmas Program, Mixed Chorus Front Row: Patrick, Scott, Booher, Silcox, Suzan Pope, Debbie Fleenor, Leonard, Fagan, Farnham, Johnson, Sharron Pope, Tritt. McGroskey, Pullon, Whicker, Wright, Brent, Morton. Second Row: K. Gnisenberrv, Aniold, Begley, Leonard, Hes.s, Gibson, Odum, Dottie Fleenor, Campbell, Keesee, J. Cnisenberry, Debbie Smith, Saddler, Lovett, Large, Rachel, Matthews, Clark. Third Row: Shumaker, Hoback, K, Stanley, Ross, Blaylock, Donnie Smith, Galahan, Sparkman, Jackson, Parrott, Gillespie, Large, Carter, Spriggs. Back Row: Huntley, Foote, King, Pender, Willis, Marion, Black, Blevins, Livingstone, Thomas, Brooks, DeLapp, I. Pope, P, Stanley, Pratt. 135 Drum Majorette Rita Sword VHS Band Earns Number One Ratings During the summer of 1968 the Big Orange Band spent a week at Camp Eagle ' s Nest in Brevard, North Carolina in prep for a busy school year. During the fall the band earned number one ratings at the Southeastern Band Festival. Sixteen band members made the regional All State Band-West. Other activities of the band included participation in pep rallies, football games, parades, and various concerts. Band Director Mr. Hamp Richardson. Asst. Director Mr. Rolland Seward. 136 Majorettes: Cox, Hoss, Bowman, Cain, Bailev, Sandoe, Kegley, Head Majorette Davis. Band Council: Front Row: President Sword, Davis, Vice-President Wilkinson, Secretary Cox, Treasurer Woody, Band Manager Myers, Chaplain Taylor. Back Row: Hill, Kegley, Gib.son, Hendricks, Smith, Blackley, Stringer. Lower Brass: Front Row: Statzer, Johnson, Fleenor, Mu.sgrove, Taylor, Mattews, Hendricks, Dunkin, Smith. Back Row: Bowie, Hopkins, Hill, Wilkinson. Clarinets ! The Band plays at one of the pep rallys. Flutes: C. Kegley, C. Cain, Whitaker, Combs P. Keulev, Kearfott. Front Row: Sampson. Second Row: Hoss, Gibson, McNew. Third Row: Whitaker, Wolfe, Weatherlv. Fourth Row: Link, Stump, Patrick. Fifth Row: Clements, Lane, Sword. Sixth Row: Williams, Hawkins, Crowe, Back Row: Sandoe, Davis, Bailey. 138 Trumpets: Front Row: Tuell, Brown, Ryan, Meyers, VV ' illiams, Johnson, Mays, Woody, Fleenor, Bowman, Cox, Sword. Back Row: Lane, Ceromanos, Lovett, Moody, Oxendine, Groseclose, Mason, Stringer, Kistner, Livingston. Saxophones And French Horns: Bradley, Ferrell, Farmer, Everett, Smith, Hopkins, Leonard, Clarke. Drums: Smith, Green, Blackley, Balthis, Meade, Seavers, Davis. 139 Athletics Kneeling: Cathy Leonard, Head Cheerleader Linda Bnimet, Susan Silcox. Second Row: Svivia Bailev, Anne Mavs. Back Row: Chris Feathers, Robin .Arnold. Cheerleaders Promote School Spirit Linda Bniinet typifies enthusiasm shown at V-T bonfire. The Bearcat cheerleading squad is composed of seven vivacious girls whose purpose it is to promote school spirit in the student body of Virginia High. Cheerleaders are chosen each spring by vote of their respective classes. ! After a summer of practice they are ready to begin their i activities in the fall. This year they held weekly pep rallies I for both football and basketball games. Highlighting the cheerleaders activities was sponsoring V-T week. Their efforts resulted in elaborate decorations, a car parade, and excellent school spirit at the game. I I 142 Anne Mays cheers exciting Bearcat play. 143 Front Row; Gudger, Holdwav, Todt, Rutter, Slagle, Rhea, Jones, Branson, Qiiisenberrv. Second Row: Salyers, Fleenor, McVev, Stophel, Crowe, Harmon, Feazell, Thurston, Henner, Bryant. Third Row: S. Smith, Parks, Fades, Hale, Bailey, Bovd, Wampler, W ' ilson, Fitzgerald. Back Row: Radler, Smeltzer, G. Roberts, Harrison, Weiler, Curcio, Booher, T. Smith, J. Roberts. Bearcats Retain City Crown Stophel rambles for first down yardage against the Vikings. Scoreboard VHS 13 Battle 14 VHS 31 Graham 19 VHS 34 Grundy 9 VHS 53 Abingdon 20 VHS 21 Marion 27 VHS 20 William Fleming 6 VHS 13 Richland.s 19 VHS 26 Tazewell 20 VHS 20 Thoma.s Jefferson 21 VHS 13 Tennessee High 7 144 Todt breaks his way into Gnmdy secondary. Bearcats form blocking as Stophel returns a Tazewell interception. 145 Fleenor trips up Marion’s Martin Lee as Bearcat defenders close in. Watford, Marion, And Buchanan Coach Bearcats To Winning Season Bo d " locks on ” to Jefferson hack tor no gain. 1 Salyers i 146 Todt rambles around left end for plus yardage. Stophel drags Trojan back down from behind. 147 Tlie 1968 Bearcat Football team, which finished the season with a 6-4 record, was one of the strongest teams in recent years. The Bearcats, plagued with injuries, mistakes, and bad luck, lost their four games by a total of fourteen points. ' irginia ' s first opponent was John Battle. In a hard fought and error plagued contest the Trojans won 14-13. The ne.xt week the Graliam G-Men fell to the vengeful Gats 31-19. Giundy was the ne.xt victim of the speed Bearcats 34-9; while Abingdon was cru.shed 53-20 in a free-scoring contest. Marion scored a T.D. in the final 48 .seconds to edge out the scrappy Bearcats 27-21. The following week William Fleming of Roanoke bowed to the Gats 20-6. Richlands then beat Virginia in a “mud bowl” 19-13. The game was played imder the worst weather conditions in many years. In the next game previouslv undefeated Tazewell left Bristol on the short end of the score, 26-20, in the best game plaved by the ’Gats all season. Thomas Jefferson upset the Bearcats in the next game 21-20. In the last game of the season the tough Bearcats outclassed arch-rival Tennessee before a packed stadium of over 10,0(X) fans to retain their citv title. Todt, Rutter, Salvers, and Slagle were the captains for the ' 68 season. Bearcats wade after Richland ' s back in the “mud bowl " . Front Row: Geinmell. Clark. Ross, S. Smith, (ioins, Ooss. Second Row: Holbrook, McDaniel, Jackson, Fitzi;erald, Cooper, Bacon. Back Row: Stcdman, D. Smith, Dtitton, Riggs, . rnold, Keesee, Jones. Inexperienced “B” Team Plays Rugged Schedule Scoreboard VHS 0 Tennessee VHS 33 Marion VHS 0 Gate City VHS 7 Tennessee VHS 0 Gate City VHS 7 Battle VHS 12 Johnson City Randv Weiler runs for a long gain against Science Hill. 149 Scoreboard Coach Spangler and Coach Towns hand out game jerseys. VHS 13 Tennessee 0 VHS 32 Ketron 0 VHS 20 Kingsport 21 VHS 12 Kingsport 25 VHS 13 Johnson City 6 VHS 7 Tennessee 0 VHS 25 Johnson City 26 Freshman Team Has Outstanding Season Front Row: Gilmer, Bowman, Creger, Brown, .Newton, Dowell, Corvin, Martin, Cantv. Second Row: Coach Spangler, Booher, Malls, Spriggs, Ratliff, Fleming. Vicars, ffobbs, Perrv, Edwards. Back Row: West, Thomas, Bower, Foote. Morrisey. Ciraybeal, Combs, Hackley. 150 Kneeling: Coach Marion. Standing: Holdwav, Quisenherrv, Jones, D. Henner. Cook. Meade, L, Salyers. Ba.xley, J. Henner, C, Salyers, Barker, Thurston, Eury, Mitchell, Stophel. Basketball Team Shares City Title Hamilton guards Viking hallhandler. Holdway makes ea,sy lavaip. 151 Jones hauls down rebound from East High’s backboard. Thurston drives his way around Battle ' s McCall. Scoreboard VHS 90 Richlands 57 VHS 45 Abingdon 50 VHS 65 East 89 VHS 86 Battle 66 VHS 69 Tennessee 67 VHS 63 Marion 68 VHS 53 Tazewell 57 VHS 66 Graham 54 VHS 85 Battle 48 VHS 53 Tennessee 62 VHS 69 Grundy 76 VHS 73 Abingdon 65 VHS 64 Marion 79 VHS 57 Tazewell 61 VHS 40 East 81 VHS 79 Bichlands 62 VHS 65 Graham 90 VHS 58 Grundy 65 152 Cook attempts a “jumper” over Grundy defender. Coach Marion gives instructions to his players during a time-out. 153 Eur - attempts a jump-shot from the foul line. 154 Bearcats battle for rebound. Varsity managers: Jones, Wilkinson, and Brown. 155 Scoreboard 1,;UT SaKers sinks jump shot from the side. VHS 53 Rich lands 28 VHS 36 Abingdon 22 VHS 47 East 41 VHS 38 Battle 35 VHS 37 Tennessee High 38 VHS 38 Marion 43 VHS 43 Tazewell 35 VHS 37 Graham 32 VHS 27 Battle 33 VHS 62 Tennessee High 49 VHS 37 Grundy 40 VHS 49 Abingdon 47 VHS 32 Marion 41 VHS 34 Tazewell 38 VHS 38 East 40 VHS 31 Rich lands 39 VHS 45 Graham 42 VHS 38 Grimdv 24 “B” Team Has Rewarding Season P’ront Row: Kell . Goins, Taslor, Gemniell, Clark, Cooper. Second Row; Martin, SaKers, Livingston, Perrv, Smith, Greenwell. Back Row: Jones, Meade, .Minnick, Kjng, Pender, Coach Towns. Front Row: Shelton, Perrv, Dowell, Williams, Gravheal. Second Row; Groseclose, Edwards, Dennison, Corvin, Combs. Hack Row: Salvers, Foster, Mitchell. Bowers. Coach Icenhonr. Freshman Team Posts Winning Season Groseclose completes lavnp as he slioots over defender. Scoreboard VHS 35 Bluff City 52 VHS 37 Elizabethton 39 VHS 51 Tennessee High 33 VHS 48 Abingdon 32 VHS 107 Damascus 13 VHS 35 Elizabethton 44 VHS 36 Abingdon 28 VHS 39 Holston Valley 22 VHS 37 Tennessee High 38 VHS 47 Holston (Blountville) 18 VHS 42 Holston Valley 38 VHS 39 Holston (Blountville) 18 VHS 43 Bluff City 34 157 Front Row: Browning, Barker, Stophel, Woody, Fleenor, Coruin, Doss. Second Row; Salvers, Rhea, .Meade, (heenwell, M. Bailev, Baker. Back Row: Coach Spangler, Wright, B. Bailev, Skeens, Hardobv, Jones, Thomas. Roberts. Baseball Team Shares City Crown Wayne Stophel scores for Cats. ’68 Scoreboard VHS 5 Patrick Henrv 1 VHS 7 Elizabethton 16 VHS 0 John Battle 3 VHS 5 Univer.sitv High 0 VHS 2 Elizal)ethton 3 VHS 9 Universitv High 0 VHS 5 Gate City 5 VHS 0 Marion 2 VHS 8 C.ate City 3 VHS 7 Tenne.s,see High 6 VHS 2 Grundy 1 VHS 16 Grundy 3 VHS 2 Tenne.s.see High 3 VHS 6 Abingdon 2 VHS 1 Abingdon 2 VHS 1 Marion 2 VHS 5 John Battle 6 VHS 1 Danville 2 158 “Bill Betters” award winner. Bill Thomas, loosens up befo re entering batter’s box. Benny Bailey rounds second base on his wav to third against Battle. Paul Fleenor tags ' Viking Tommy Smith out at home plate. I I Tom Cunningham John Greer Chris Horner Sam Oakley Bearcat Golfers Defeat Tennessee High Coach Jerry Watford ’68 Golf Scores VHS 6 Abingdon 0 VHS 335 Science Hill 324 VHS 6 Tennessee High 0 VHS 323 Marion 310 VHS 322 Composite Marion 314 160 Front Row: Campbell, Harmon, McVey, Curcio, Knox, Ferrell, Todt, Rutter, Living.ston. Second Row: Radler, Stewart, Henner, Parks, Fitzgerald, Branson, Boyd, Musick, Cole, Gong. Back Row: Adams, Statzer, Alexander, Faucette, Birdwell, Hall, Johnson, Gordon, Smith ' . Knox Is State 440 Champion Regional champion, .Alex Todt heaves the shot against Tennessee High. 1 I Bobby Knox outsprints Tennessee dashmen to the finish. 161 68 Scoreboard John Henner places first in the two mile run. VHS 71 Tazewell 60 VHS 38V2 Dobvns Rennet 97V2 VHS 81 Richlands 50 VHS 95 Tennessee 36 VHS 110 Marion 21 District Meet Tazewell 83 2 VHS 77G Graham 38V3 Richlands 181 3 Marion 111 2 Griindv 9 VHS Places Second In District Track Meet George Radler hands baton to Donnie Branson in mile relay. 162 Knox and Branson start out of the blocks against Marion. Birdvvell flies over the sawdust for a long broad jump. Ferrell glides over the hurdle en route to victory. 163 Album 1 mg Senior Superlatives Larrv Alan Clarke Richard Wayne Dugger Barbara Anne Bass Linda Mas Bruniet Anne McLean Goodpasture 166 Each year faculty members are asked to choose from the senior class students who have demonstrated commendable traits in stabilility, achievement and citizenship in learning and service. From numerous students nominated by teachers who have taught at least one year at Virginia High, the ten top nominees are selected SENIOR SUPERLATIVES. Dennis James Henner Julie Elvce Powell Martha Sue Rutherford Gary Carter Salyers Mark Randall Young 167 Who’s Who Best All Round Mark Finlev Linda Drinkard Best Dressed Gar ’ Salyers Anne Mays Most Likely To Succeed Basil Kistner Michele Tollie 168 Suzanne Jessee Darrell Smith Friendliest Most Talented Best Looking Paul Fleener Lean Goodpasture Jimmy McNew Christine Feathers Most School Spirited Linda Rriiniet Robert Cooper 170 Most Original Mark Hohack Martha Sue Rutherford Wittiest Sharon Cornett Dean Whitlow Best Personality Johnn Iloldway Ara White Most Intellectual Dennis Henner Donna Cilark Most Athletic Alex Todt Becki Davis 171 Miss Virginian Lean Goodpasture 172 First Runner-Up Kathv Lane Second Runner-Up Linda Adkins Third Runner-up Sharon Goodson Bart Starr Selects Miss Virginian Each year the annual staff sponsors the Miss Virginian contest. The contest is open to any senior girl who wishes to enter her picture. The judge this year was Bart Starr, Quarterback of the Green Bay Packers. Mr. Starr, who graduated from the University of Alabama, has been instnunental in leading Green Bay to five National Football League titles and two Super Bowl victories since joining the club in 1958. 173 Salyers, Goodpasture, Holdway, Brumet, Fleenor Senior Class Of 1969 Pre,sident Linda Bminet Vice-President Gary Salvers Secretary Lean Goodpasture Treasurer Johnny Holdway Reporter Paul Fleenor 174 Charlotte Acuff Gordon Adams Linda Sue Adkins Mellia Lynne Alder Betty Jane Allison CaroKn Vance Allison Beverly Kay Ashley George Tony Baker Franklin R. Ball Richard Elbert Barnes Barbara Anne Bass 175 James Black Bobby Gene Blackwell Thomas Alton Baxley Teresa Black VVeslev Dale Blevins Cecil Eugene Booher Joyce Ann Bowers Philip Michael Bowman Wilma Jean Bowman Steve Grayson Boyd 176 Paul D. Bryan Rachel Bonham Buchanan Norris Burchett Albert Rhea Campbell Delores Diane Collin Cliftion Thomas Collins Johnny Edward Combs Robert Hedden Cooper 177 Sharon (joniett Carv Cross Garv Mac Crowe Linda Crusenberrv Ronnie Dowell Deborah Ann Draper Linda Susan Drinkard Richard Wayne Dugger Joe C. Curci r David Dave.u]rort Rebecca Elizabeth Davenport 178 Rhonda Gail Duncan George Thomas Dutton II Kviene Easterling Nina Germaine Ellis Jack Douglas Feazell Mark Stewart Einley John Michael Fitzgerald 179 Linda Fulp Michael Donovan Garrett John Paul Gemmell Brenda Sue Gilliam Larry Randell Gordon William Douglas Gore Lee Grant James E. Greene Jr. Joyce Ann Greer Marty Eugene Greeson Karen Gregory 180 Timothy Gudger Donna Jane Hacklev Bobby Joe Hall Carolyn Hall Howard Hall Gary Michael Hardoby Charlotte Harlow Thomas Richard Harmon Robert Wayne Harrison Sue Ellen Hawkins Karen Frances Hayes Selena Penelophia Hernandez Garland O ' Helton Dennis James Henner 181 Suzanne Lee Jessee John Edward Holdwav John Milton Holland Bohhv D. Horne Carol Johnson Chris Horner Judy Ann Houser Elizabeth (Jale Huntley Ivory Michael Jackson Howard James Hines Gary Michael James Bohhv Wavne Hobbs Mark Hoback Patricia Ann Hill 182 Eugene H, Johnson Jr. Frances Jane Johnson Jennifer Dorenne Johnson Edward Wayne Kessee Debra Louise Kent Basil Eugene Kistner John Ffeed Kistner Richard Allen Lane Danny Mark Large Maude Marie Lauina Bettv Lynn Lawson 183 Diana Lvnn Lawson Nancv Jane Leonard Diane Link David Littleton 184 Janies Edward Moore Patricia Irene Moore Larry R. Moretz Martha Ann Morrison 185 Flernian Garland Rrjsenhoro Martha Sue Rutherford Larinie N. Rutter Phillip Wayne Rutter Jackie Ryan Brenda Carol Saddler Niki Dianne Saddler 186 Lois Shaffer Victor Singleton Billie Danford Slagle Teddy Joe Slagle Darrell David Smith 187 Robert H. Smith William Ed ar Smith Jr Kerry Stanley Ralph Kennedy Smith Jr. Linda Carol Steele Miles Renham Steyenhagen Debra Lynn Stevens Perr Stanle .Alice Faye Stanton Janice Darlene Stapleton Jo Ann Sweeney Rita Jane Sword Ella Mae Tabb Kenneth Carleton Stewart 188 Rachel Arleen Tate Wade Hampton Tate III Eddie Taylor George Thomas Dickie Garland Thurston Warren Wayne Thurston Alexander Todt II Thomas, Jr, Eugene Thomas Randall Cheryl Ann Thompson Gary Lynn Tolbert Patsy Ann Tolbert Jo Ann Tolley Michele Gailord Tollie 189 Robert Michael Tiiell Stanley Michael Vhiughn Syria Jean Wade Robert Allan Walsh 190 O Nancv Jane Willis Wilbur Woods Jr. Jimiiiv Lynn Worley Kathy Worley Walter Steve Wilson Carol Wise Connie Geneva Wolfe Evelvn Louise Wright Ronald Earl Wrii ht Shirlev Lee Yarher Lawrence St. John York Mark Randall Young 191 SEATED: John Brown. Jane King, Susan Silcox STANDING: John Henner, Robin .Arnold Junior Class Officers President — John Brown Vice-jjresident — Jane King Secretary — Robin Arnold Treasurer — Susan Silcox Rej)orter — John Henner 192 Juniors — Class Of 1970 Charles Acuff Robin Arnold Lenore Ateyeh Frank Avers Danny Barker Lee Bates Paul belcher Pete Belenky Teresa Beverly Freddie Bishop Doug Blackly Robert Blaylock Carolyn Bailey Connie Bailey Mike Bailey Frank Balthis 193 Gene Booher Phi! Bowman John Brooks John Brown W. L. Brown Billy Bryant David Burnette Alice Carter Dorothy Cavwood Jackie Chapman 194 Brenda Cox Margie Cox David Cross Tommy Cunningham Randy Cutshaw Betty Davenport Kermit Davenport Ann Davis Greg Dorton David Duff Mary Duff Herbie Dutton Delrbie Dye Mike Eades Pam Edwards Sandy Ellis Thomas Eury Blair Everett 195 Barbara Fleenor Fain Goodpasture Karen Green Jane Groseclose Billy Gross Debbie Gross Judv Gwinn Debbie Hagy Jerry Hagy Debbie Fleenor Jerrv Fleenor Ronnie Foster Walter Foster Vincent Gabel Fred Garfield Mary Hope Gibson Phil Gilbert Paul Goodman 196 Candy Haire Connie Hale Steve Hale Bonnie Hall David Hall Tinnnv Hall Janet Hamilton Sne Hamilton David Harrison Joev Harrison Clara Helton John Henner Joyce Holbrook Dorothy Holmes David Hopkins Dennis Houser Doug Houser Jerry Jackson 197 Mike King Toinmv King Ramona Kipp Ramona Knox Andy Kristofek Joyce Lee Susan Lee Danny Leonard Marvin Jackson Shirley Jackson Gary Johnson Gary Johnson Patricia Johnson Gathy Jones Louis Jones Sherril Jones Sherry Kinder Jane King 198 Donna Leonard Janie Leonard Tom Leonard Quentin Lewis Albert Livingston John Livingston Bob McClellan Betty McCray Mike McCroskey Valerie McCulloch Sam McVey David Meade Mike Melvin Chris Miles Wayne Miller Preston Mitchell Darlene Moore David Moore 199 Peggy Parks Jane Patrick Mary Joe Pauley Marsha Pender Lois Phelps Danny Phillips Richard Pickel Wanda Pickett 200 Sharon Pittman Gary Pruitt Cathy Randall Allen Reisler Wayne Riggs John Roberts Diana Ross Vivien Russell Butch Rutter Dan Ryan Wayne Shaffer Susan Silcox David Silvers Henrietta Sluder 201 Melvin Smeltzer Cora Stewart Wayne Stophel Hugh Stringer Donna Stump Mary Swiney Bobby Tate Donna Taylor Sherry Thomas Danny Smith Terrv Smith Toni Smith Nancy Stallard Sandv Stallard Charles Stanley Wayne Stapleton Sue Statzer Tim Statzer 202 David Thompson Lissa Thurmond Jimmy Townsend Charles Tritt Brenda Trivette Cheryl Vaughn Gary Wallace Steve Wheeler Carol Whicker Donna Widner Elaine Widner Rosetta Williams Bettie Willis William Wilson Geneva Winters Carole Wise David Woody Lydia Woody 203 Class Officers President Larry Salvers Vice President Cathy Leonard Secretary Otis Spriggs Treasurer Randv W’eiler Reporter Suzan Pope FRONT ROW: Larrv Salvers. Cathv Leonard B. CK ROW: Otis Spriggs, Suzan Pope, Rands Weiler Sophomores— Class Of 1971 Toinms . cuff Duffs , llen Linda .Mmaroad Reserls . rnold Brvan Arnold Ronald Bacon Ronnie Bailev (iary Baker Hubert Baker Jerrv Ball 204 Pain Barker Rav Barker Diane Begley Wesley Black Larrv Blevins Louanne Blevins Mickev Blevins Gary L. Booher Gary S. Booher Terry Booher Glen Booker Bridget Bouton Peter Bower Garol Bowers Libhv Bowman Linda Bowman Phil Bowman Doris Brent Cathy Brewer Larrv Brewer Kathv Brvan Larry Byington Joan Cain David Callahan Janice Campbell Rhonda Campbell Thomas Campbell Billy Canter Teresa Carmody David Clark Steve Clark Jackie Collins Billy Cooper Harvey Cooper Sherre Cox 205 Howell Cross Sharon Cross Diane Cnisenherry Joyce Cnisenherry Karen Cnisenherry Julian Cunningham William Davidson Edgar Delapp Bridget Dickert Tommy Dillon Ronnie Doss Bohhv Dunkin Ann Eller Judy Ellis Maggie Eagan Lucetta Farnham Larry Ferguson Dottie Fleenor Mike Fleenor Kathv Foster Jane Fouch Debhie Frazier Terry Cable Leonard Garfield Charles Gemmell Debbie Gentry Kathv Geromanos Anita Gibson Vincent Gillespie Charles Gobble Tnila Gobble Danny Goins 206 Linda Harlow Cathy Harrison Rebecca Hawkins Susan Hayes Martha Helbert Walter Hendricks Judy Henner Bill Hensley Diane Herndon Shirley Hess Tony Holbrook Danny Hopkins Jerry Hopson Reba Hoss Janet Houser James Howell James Hughes Leslie Huntley Gary Hurley Jack Hurley Laura Isley Phil Jackson Sam Jackson Janet Jennings Patricia Jessee Eleanor Grace Barbara Greene Glen Greenwell June Griswold Linda Gnibb Robert Gudger Debbie Hall 207 Terry Jessee Jackie Johnson Charlie Jones Carolyn Kearfott Patti Kegley Patrice Kerr Billy Kessee Donna Kessee Larry King Phil Koltunski Sammy Lambert Sharon Lane Sherry Lane David Large Cathy Leonard Patricia Leonard Phil Leonard Sandra Leonard Nancy Louthern Connie Lovett Jenny Malone John Marion Ellen Martin Gayle Martin Tommy Martin Dicky Mason Vicki Mathesius Linda Matthews Larry Mays Doug McConnell Debbie McCroskey Jackie McDaniel 208 n Leon Peters Tim Pippin Isaac Pope Sharron Pope Suzan Pope David Post James Pratt Paul Proiilex Bruce Meade Gregg Melkowski Kenneth Miller Dong Minnick John Moore Patsy Moore Ann Morton Susan Mumpower Flovd Murray Sheila Murray Walter Musgrove Doris Nelson Rita Newton Janice Oakes Marv O ' Dell Teresa Odum Bobby Oliver Rita Otey Janice Oxendine Barbara Page Joe Page Steve Parrott Darlene Patrick James Pender Karen Perkins 209 Sue Proulex Colette Pillion Vicki Rachel Tonv Radler Debbie Rawn Brenda Reedy Judy Rhea Ruthie Riesler Arthur Roark Barbara Robbins Gary Roberts Virginia Robinson Johnny Ross Barry Russell David Saddler Larry Salvers Barbara Sandoe Diane Saul Cindy Savinsky Sandra Scott Debbie Scroggs Donnie Sexton Johnny Sharrett Stuart Sharrett Susan Shiplev Kittv Shores Gerry Simons Vincent Singleton Dannv Smith Debbie Smith Donnie Smith Steve Smith Ricky Snodgrass Freddie Sparkman Otis Spriggs 210 Greg Stacy Carolyn Stapleton Ned Stedinan Rita Stevens Tim Stewart Mike Stophel Debbie Strickland Mary Lou Sullivan Lvnn Sword Regina Sykes Ricky Taylor Joan Thompson Donnie Trammell Debbie Trent Thelma Tritt Haynes Tuell Steven Umberger Tommy Underwood Debbie Van Hoy Mark Vine Randy Walker David Wampler Lisa Washington Celeste Weatherly Randv Weiler Dwight West Chervl Whicker Una Whitaker Pam White Francis Williams Steve Williams David Willis Gary Willis Ronnie Worley Stella Wright 211 Officers— Top to Bottom: Reporter Becky King, Treasurer Sharon Denny, Secretary Alyson Arnold, Vice President Linda Leonard, President Debbie Sampson. Freshmen— Class Of 1972 212 Patricia Anderson Alyson Arnold Faye Arnold Albert Baker Mark Baker Randv Ball Randy Banks Gary Barker Billy Bass Bobby Baxley Mike Absher Margie Almaroad Alex Andersen Harry Anderson Margaret Belcher Wanda Bishop Norsalus Black Steve Blair Millicent Blevins Mike Bomar Mike Bonsall Ann Booher Cleve Booher Freddie Booher Leonard Bowers Bob Bowie Brenda Bradley Carol Bradley Cecil Bradley Donna Branyon Joyce Bray Martha Brown Mike Brown Thomas Brown Larry Bryant Allen Burklow Margaret Campbell Betty Canter Donna Canter 213 1 Kathy Canter Charles Canty Gail Carter Patsy Cheatham Linda Clark Steve Clark Reecey Clements Sharon Collin Paul Collins James Combs Jan Combs Ricky Corvin Shelia Cox Roger Crane Harold Creger Fonda Cross Mike Crowe Rill Cunningham Christine Dabbs Tommy Davenport Barbara Davidson Nancy Davis Tim Davis Bobby Dennison Sharon Denny Doug Dickey Mary Dorton Jeff Dowell James Duff Johnny Dunn Jerry Fades James Eastridge Gary Edson Danny Edwards Sammy Edwards 214 ♦ k Richard Eggers Bobby Ellis Mike Ellis Gary Everett Steve Farmer Theda Faucette Mike Ferrell Debbie Fleenor Don Fleenor Bobbv Fleming Mike Foote Steven Foster Tommy Fonch Virginia Fonch William Fnlp Carol Gillenwater Gordon Gilmer Ruth Gobble Patricia Goodpasture Nancy Gorley Darrell Grady Howard Graybeal Lisa Grayson Anthony Greene Susie Greer Dallas Gregory Mike Gregorv Kathy Groseclose Mike Groseclose Larrv Guinn Eddie Hackley Ward Hale Dewayne Hall James Hall Lonnie Hall 215 Marcia Hamilton Terry Hamilton Jerry Harmon Susan Harmon Phil Harrison Danny Hartsock Debbie Hawthorne Patsy Hayden Beverley Helbert Billy Herndon Wesle ' Hess John Hines James Hobbs Jo Ann Hoffarth Jeff Holland Boy Hood Fred Horne Christine Hunt Sammy Jackson Jerry Jessee Deborah Johnson Fdizabeth Johnson James Johnson Nancy JoliTison Richard Johnson Vickie Johnson Beverly Jones Brenda Jones Debbie Jones Duane Jones Corinne Kearfott Connie Kegley Randy Kelly Donnie Kelsey Johnny Kelsey h i dm 216 Grant Kemp Steve Kent Beckv King Danny King Mark Kistner Steve Knipe Joy Lane Jeanie Lauman Linda Leonard Barbara Link Susie Littleton Larry Lovelace Valerie Lovett Mahlon Lnttrell Serge Martin Pamela McCroskey David McKamey Marilyn Mellett Shelia Mikell Amelia Millhorn Myron Mitchell Steve Moore Shirley Morrison John Morrissey Donna Mumpower Patricia Murray Bhonda Murray Tonv Murrav Howard Musselwhite Dwayne Myers Larry Necessary Jim Newton Kenneth Newton Brenda Olinger Boger Opengari 217 Howell Osborne Arlette Patrick Marilyn Patrick Franklin Paulev Ronald Pender Terry Pendergrass Steve Penley Snsan Penley Barbara Perry Joe Perr ’ Polly Pickett Millicent Pope Betts Pruitt Evelyn Pruitt Gars Ratliff Greg Roberts Connie Robinson Debbie Robinson Larry Robinson Patty Robinson Scott Rose Beverly Rosenbalni Katherine Rosser Linda Rutter V ' ickie Rutter Nancy Sage Randy Salsers Debbie Sampson Sheri Saul Mike Schneider Jimmy Seaver Gary Shaffer Sidney Shelton Dennis Shepherd Bill Shumaker 218 Hr- " Sharon Silcox Greg Smith Sam Sorah Jake Spriggs Vickie Sproles John Stone Donald Sullivan Cathy Tallev Teresa Tapscott Fred Tate Karen Tate Zane Thomas Charma Thompson Jackie Thurston Robin Todt Carol Tolbert Dennis Vicars Mark Walling Bobby Walls Sylvia Wann Jerry Weeks Gene Wendt John Wheeler Sandra Whitaker Mary Ann Widner Allen Williams Charles Wilson Lester Wise Doris Wolfe Jerry Wolfe James Worley Sharon Worley Vicky Worley Linda Yates Patrick York 219 220 Finale The doors close, but the spirit of V.H.S. is preserved in each of us. 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' ' BRISTOL, VIRGINIA, TENNESSEE r ' 239 Holston Loan Co. 6th at Shelbv Streets Bristol, Tenii. " We pay 6% interest on Deposits TWIN CITY AUTO PARTS AGNES THOMAS 920 Shelby Street Bristol, Tennessee Stenographic and Typing Service 311 Reynolds Arcade Building Bristol, Virginia 24201 669-3581 MINOR’S DRUG STORE 8 Sixth St. Bristol, Va.-Tenn. Johnson’s Fabric Shop Corner of Clitfwood Weaver Pike 968-1551 ‘ Froin our Fabrics let us do your sewing " IMPERIAL READING CORPORATION Formerly BIG JACK MANUFACTURING CO. Ladies — Shoes — Children 509 523 527 STATE STREET Bristol X SUe, A Good Name in Real Estate for Over 50 Years COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE REAL ESTATE INSURANCE " INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE " R. L. SHIPLEY -ROBERT G. FAUCEHE EEMIHEl QOEBLE, IHC. Featuring “The Loft’’ Oiir Traditional Shop Phone 764-4106 17 Sixth SL Bristol, Tenn. 240 YOUR KIND OF PLACE 133 Blountville Hwy. give your home real wood beauty with WELDWOOD the LIFETIME PANELING WELDWOOD UNITED STATES PLYWOOD BRISTOL, VA.-TENN. gill JRing- Traditional Clothing For Gentlemen and Gentlewomen HATCHERS CLEANERS AND FURRIERS PIPPIN FLORIST 202 Maple St. Dial 764-7922 Bristol, Term. FAMOUS FOR FINE FLOWERS ( A.SH AM) ( ARR) AM) l)H l I R SI R l( 1 Curl.iiul ' cnuc Suh-Si.iiion Holstnn Ai. 764-.S:42 28 Moore Street BRISTOL. VIRGINIA - TENNESSEE 24201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - MACHINES ■ EQUIPMENT Compliments of BLEVINS TIRE CO. 1 122 Oakview St. 669-6033 669-5334 Hansel Gretel Children’s Shop South,sidc Shopping Center Bristol. Tennessee 241 I ASIIION FABRK S WOOU NS KM I I INCi SHOFM H Fabric Fair The Quality Shop Southside Shopping Center Bristol, Tennessee 37620 Phone 764-4842 Clothing for Men Women GRAHAM Bible Institute And Bible College, Inc. P.O. Box 3050 . . . Bristol, Tennessee 37620 Phone 764-8831 House of Rossoff CUSTOM DRAPERIES 30 Moore Street Bristol. Viniinui REUNING-MILLARD AGENCY, INC. MEMBER F. T. D. Smith Floral Company PHONE: 669-7144 - 32 MOORE STREET BRISTOL, VIRGINIA WALLACE OLDSMOBILE 320 Volunteer Pky. 56 Piedmont Street Bristol, Tenn. 764-1145 FASHION SHOP Smart Apparel 604 State Street Bristol, Tenn.-Va. DEVAULTS INC. Athletic Eejuipment Sporting Goods 14 Lee St. Bristol, Virginia Telephone 669-7521 242 Senior Directory A ACUFF, CHARLOTTE - Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1. ADAMS, GORDON - Latin Club 1, 2; Key Club 2, 3; Science Club 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Little Virginian Staff 4. ADKINS, LINDA - Pep Club 1; Latin Club 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha 3, 4; Beta Club 3; Science Club 3; G.A.A. 1; Chorus 1; Virginian Staff 3, Editor 4; Honor Council 3. ALDER, MELBA - ALLISON, BETTY - ALLISON, CAROLYN - Tri Delta 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3. ASHLEY, KAY - D.O. Club 3, 4. ATWELL, DIANE - Art Club 4; Tri-Delta 4; Pep Squad 1. B BAILEY, SYLVIA - Alpha 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Cheerleader 4; SC A Representative 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; All State Chorus 4; Girls’ Ensemble 3, 4. BAKER, CONNIE - French Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1; Little Virginian Staff 4; State Forensic Winner. BAKER, TONY - D.E. Club 2; D.O. Club 3; Football 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Spring Fe.stival 3. BALL, ROGER - D.E. Club Chaplain 2. BARNES, RICHARD - Science Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; junior Javcees 4. BASS, BARBARA - Beta Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y Points Chairman 3, Secretary 4; Drama Club L; Spring Festival 2, 3; Virginian Staff Business Manager 4. BAXLEY, TAB - Key Club 2, 3, President 4; Monogram Cub 3, 4; Football Manager 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 4; Spring Festival 2, MC 3; . lternate Delegate Boys’ State 3; SC A Representative 3. BLACK, JAMES - BLACK, TERESA - D.E. Club 1 . BLACKWELL, BOBBY - BLEVINS, DALE - junior Civitan Club 4; Basketball 1. BOOHER, CECIL - Beta Club 4; Spani.sh Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Jaycees 1, Treasurer 2; Drama Club 2, 3; D.E. Club 4; Spring Fe.stival 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; All Regional Chorus 3; All State Chorus 3. BOWERS, JOYCE - Spanish Club 2, 3; FHA Historian 3, President 4; Club Council 4; Concert Choir 4. BOWMAN, WILMA - BOYD, STEVE — Interact Club 1; Monogram Club 1; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Concert Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. BRANSON, DONNIE - Junior Civitan Club 2, 3, 4; FTA Sweetheart 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, 3. BREWER, JOHNNY - I.C.T. Club 4. BRIDGEMAN, GERALDINE - D.E. Club BRIDGEMAN, JACKIE - Alpha 3, 4; Girls’ Glee Club 1. BRUMET, LINDA — Sophomore Class President 2; junior Cla.ss President 3; Senior Class Presi- dent 4; Alpha 2, Points Chairman 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Science Club 3, 4; Junior Civitan Sweet- heart 3; Interact Sweetheart 4; (dieerleader 2, 3; Head Cheer- leader 4; Little Virginian Staff Circulation Manager 4; Spring Fe.stival 1, 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Girls’ State 3. BRYAN, PAUL - D.E. Club 2, 3; Art Club 1. BUCHANAN, RACHEL - Tri Delta 2, 3; Sergeant-at-Arms 4; FHA 3; Spani.sh Club 3; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1; Band 1. C CAMPBELL, ALBERT - I.C T Club 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. CANTER, BUTCH - D.E. Club 2; D.O. Club 1; Football 2. CARTWRIGHT, PEGGY - French Club 1, 2, President 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Club Council 3, 4; Fall Fe.stival 1, 2. CHANDLER, MARY BRUCE - Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spani.sh 243 CMiih 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Virginan Staff 3. CXARK, DONNA — Drama C. ' lub 1; Beta Clulr 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3. Treasurer 4; Latin Club 2, 3, ' ice-Presideut 4; V’irginian Staff 4. CLARKE, LARRY - SCA Re- porter 2, Vice-President 3; Presi- dent 4; Science Clnli L 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Kev Club 3. Treasurer 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Honor Council 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, 3; Co-Cnrricnlar Committee 4; Athletic Council 4. COLLIN, DIANE - Y Teens L (diorns 1; Girls ' Glee Chib 2. COLLINS, TOM - V.LC.A. 4. COMBS, JOHNNY - D O Chib 4; Track 2. 4. COOPER, ROBERT - Latin C ' lnb 1; Science Club 1, 2, President 3, 4; Bovs ' Hi-Y 2. ' ice-President 3; Student Life Cdnb Treasurer 2, 3; Librarv (dnb Reporter 2; Junior Javcees. President 4; Honor Council 2. CORNETT, SHARON - Latin Chib L 2. 3; Tri-Delta 1, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Secretarv 4; Drama Chib 3. 4; Mixed Chorus L 2; Concert Choir 3, Reporter 4; Girls ' Ensemble 4; All-State (ihorns 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, 3. CROSS, GARY - CROWT:, GARY - Junior Civitan Chib 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. CRISENBERRY, LINDA - Girls ' Glee Cdnb 2; Mixed C’horns 3. Cl RCIO, JOE — Science Cdnb 1. 2; Junior Javcees 2, 3; Monogram Treasurer 3, 4; Bovs ' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Junior Cdvitan Cdnb 4; Football L 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Track 2. 3, 4; Spring Festival 2; First Place Phvsical Science in Science Fair 2. D DAVENPORT, DAVID - Stn dent Life Club 2; Art Chib 3. DAVENPORT, REBECCA - D.E. Cdnb 4; Girls ' Glee Cdnb 3. DAVIS, BECKI - Tri Hi Y 2. 3, 4; Beta Cdnb 3, Parliamentarian 4; Latin Cdnb 1, 2, 3; Drama Cdnb 3, 4; Chib Council 3; Bearcat Mascot 4; Spring Festival 2, 3; Mixed Cihorns 1, 2, President 3; Cdiarter Member N ' atonal Thespian Societv 4. DAVIS, PEGGY - Tri Delta 2, 3, dce-President 4; SQ Representative 2, 3; Band 1. Majorette 2, Treasurer 3, Librarian 4, Head Majorette 4; All-State Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band C. ' onncil 3, 4. DILLOVV, JEAN - Mixed Chorus 2; Spring Festival L 2. DOWELL, RONNIE - D.C4 Cdnb 1; Football 2; Mixed C.horns 1 . DRAPER, DEBBIE - Tri Delta 2, 3, President 4; Cdnb Council 4; Mixed Cdiorns 1, 2; CJoncert Cihoir 3, Secretarv-Treasnrer. Section Head 4; Curls ' Ensemble 4, DRINKARD, LINDA - Tri Hi Y L 2; Drama Chib 3; Latin Cdnb 2; Girls ' Glee Cdnb 2; Little Virginian Staff 4; Spring Festival L 2, 3. DUGGER, RICKY - Beta Chib 3, dce-President 4; Spanish Cdnb 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Interact Cdnb 3, Reporter 4; Science Cdnb 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Spring Festival 2, 3. DUNCAN, RHONDA - Tri Delta L 2, 3, 4; French Chib 1; Beta Cdnb 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Spring Festival 2. E EASTERLING, KYLENE - Stn dent Life Club Vice-President 4. ELLIS, NINA - French Club 3, 4; Student Life Chib 3; Beta Foundation 4; Mixed Chonis 1; Girls ' Cdee Club President 4. EURY, ANNA — Freshman Class Secretarv L Y-Teens Reporter 1; D.O. Club 1; FHA 1; SCA Vice-President 1. EVANS. JEFE - Basketball 1, 3. FEATHERS, CHRISTINE - Freshman Class Vice-President 1; Alpha 1, 2, 3, Historian 4; Beta Cdnb 3, 4; Science Chib 1, 2; Cheerleader 4; SCA Representa- tive 1, 2, 3; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, Librarian 4; Girls’ Ensemble 2, 3; Spring Festival 2, 3. HARLOW, CHARLOTTE - French Club 3, 4; Beta Foundation 4; D.E. Chib 4. HARMON, TOM - Science Cdnb I; Bovs’ Hi-Y 3; Monogram Cdnb President 3, 4; Junior Cdvitan Cdnb 4; Cdnb Council 3; Football L 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 1. 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 3; Fall Festival 2. HARRISON, ROBERT - Key Cdnb L 2, 3; Interact Cdnb 4; French Chib 2; D.E. Cdnb 3, 4; Football L 2; Basketball 2; Spring Festival 1, 3. 244 HAWKINS, SUE - Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, 3. HAYES, KAREN - Tri-Delta 2, 3, 4. HELTON, GARLAND — Junior Civitan Club 1; Interact Club 2, 3, President 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Concert Choir 3; Little Virginian Staff 4; Fall Festival 2; Spring Festival 3; Senior Class Play 3; SCA Representative 3. HENNER, DENNIS - Beta Club 3, President 4; Key Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Science Club 1, 2; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; SCA Representative 2, 3; Spring Festival 3; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. HERNANDEZ, PENNY - FTA 1, 2, President 3, 4; Drama Club 3, President 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Club Council 3, 4; Cirls’ Glee Club 1; Concert Choir 4. HILL, MIKE - Baseball 1; Track 3, Band 1, 2, Treasuere 3, 4. HILL, PATTY - D.E. Club 3, 4; Beta Foundation 4; Girls’ Glee Club 1; Spring Festival 1; Fall Festival 2. HILL, TONY - D O. Club 1. HINES, HOWARD - Monogram Club 3; V.I.C.A. 4; Track 2; Spring Festival 3. HOBACK, MARK - Science Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Boys’ Hi-Y 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Little Virginian Staff 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4. FEAZELL, JACK — Junior Civitan Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 1; Football 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 3. FINLEY, MARK - Science Club 3, 4; Latin Club 1; Interact Club 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Basketball 1. FITZGERALD, MIKE - Junior Jaycees 4; Track 3, 4; Football 4. FLEENOR, BOBBY - Bovs Hi-Y 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. FLEENOR, PAUL - Senior Class Reporter 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, Vice-Pre.si- dent 4; Interact Club 2, 3, 4; Tri- Delta Sweetheart 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; Virginian Staff 4; Spring Festival 2, 3, 4; Honor Council 4. FOSTER, WALTER - FRALEY, LINDA - Y Teens 1, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. FULP, LINDA — Freshman Class Vice-President 1; D.E. Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2. C GARRETT, MICHAEL - Latin Club 1, 2; Science Club 1, Vice-President 3, President 4; Key Club 4; Junior Jaycees Vice-President 4; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2; Foren.sics Winner GEMMELL, JOHN — Science Club I; Football I, 2. GILLIAM, BRENDA - GONG, JOE - I.C.T. Club Secretarv 4; Football I; Track 3. GOODPASTURE, LEAN - Junior Class Secretary 2; Senior Class Secretary 4; Science Club 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y I, Historian 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Kev Club Sweetheart 4; SCA Treasurer 3, Secretarv 4; Little Virginian Staff News Editor 3, .Associate Editor 4; Spring Festival 1; Fall Festival Queen 2; Girls’ State Delegate 3; Girls’ Nation Delegate 3. GOODSON, SHARON - Tri Delta 2, 3, Reporter 4; Girls’ Glee Club 2; Concert Choir 3; Fall Festival 2; Spring Festival 3. GORDON, RANDY - Beta Club 3, 4; Interact Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 1; Spring Festival 3. GORE, BILL - D O. Club Vice- President 4; Junior Civitan Club 4; Football 1; Track 1. GRANT, LEE - I dbrarv Club 1. GREENE, JAMES - Spanish Club 1, 2; Junior Jaycees 1, 2; Boys’ Ili-Y 3; Football 1; Basketball Manager 2; Track 2, 4. GREER, JOYCE- Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; Spring Festival 2; Girls’ Glee Club 1. GREESON, MARTY - Football 2 . GREGORY, KAREN - Tri Delta 2, 3, 4; Band 1, Majorette 2-3. H HACKLEY, DONNA - Beta Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, Secretary 3, Pre.sident 4; Latin Club L 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, .3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2; Girls’ State Alternate 3; Spring Festival 3; Fall Festival 2; Virginian Staff 4; Club Council 4. HALL, BOBBY - D.O. Club 1, 2, 3. 245 I HALL, CAROLYN - HALL, HOWARD - Basketliall L 2; Track 3, 4. HARDOBY, GARY - Baseball 2, 3, 4. HOBBS, BOBBY - Library Club 3; Baseball 4. HOLDWAY, JOHN — Senior Class Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Interact Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3, 4; Spring Festival 2, 3. HOLLAND, JOHN - D.E. Club 4; Drama Club 4; Basketball 1; Band 3. HORNE, BOBBY - Monogram Club 2; Track 1, 2, 3. HORNER, CHRIS - Spanish Club 1, 2; Junior Civitan Clnb 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Clnb 3, 4; Golf 2. 3, Co-Captain 4; Fall Festival 2. HOUSER, JUDY - FBLA Vice- President 3; Y-Teens 1; Library Club 1; Pep Squad 1; Girls ' Glee Club 1. HUNTLEY, GALE - Freshman Class President 1; D.E. Clnb 4; Y-Teens 3; Spring Festival 3. J JACKSON, MICHAEL - French Club 1; Junior Jaycees Secretary 3. JAMES, MIKE - Interact Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2; Baseball 2. 4. JESSEE, SUZANNE - Beta Club 3, 4; Alpha 1, 2, Reporter 3, 4; French Clnb 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Regional Chorus 2, 3; . 11-Virginia Chorus 2, 3. JOHNSON, CAROL - D.E. Club 1. JOHNSON, GENE — Science Club 1; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; xMouogram Club 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Spring Festival 1; National Science Foundation 3; .MG. Delegate 3. JOHNSON, JANIE - D.E. Clnb 1 . JOHNSON, JEFEIFER - Latin Club 1; . rt Club 4; Y-Teens 3; Library Club President 4. K KEESEE, EDDIE - Baseball 4; Mi.xed Chorus 1, 2, 3. KELLER, JAMES - Freshman Cla.ss Reporter 1; Art Club 1, 2; Beta Club 1; Science Club 1; Track 2; Basketball 2. KENT, DEBBIE - Student Life Club Historian 2, 3; Beta Foundation Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; D.E. Club 4; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2. KISTNER, BASIL - D.E. Club 2, President 3, 4; D.E. Student of the Year 3, 4. KISTNER, JOHN - Boys Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. KNTPE, SUE - Science Club 1; Drama Club 2; Erench Club 2, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Beta Club 3, 4; SCA Representative 1; Spring Fe.stival 3; Honor Council 3; Virginian Staff 4; MC.4 Delegate 3, Doorkeeper 4. KOLTUNSKI, DAVID - Beta Club 3, 4; Science Club 1; Little Virginian Staff 4. L LANE, KATHY - Latin Club 1; . rt Club 3, 4; Student Life Club 1, 2; Drama Club 4; FTA Reporter 3, President 4; FHA 1; Spring Festival 3; Club Council 4. LANE, RICHARD - Art Club 1; I.C.T. Club 3. LARGE, MARK — Science Club 3, Trea.surer 4; D.E. Club 4; Monogram Club Vice-President 3; Football 1, 2; Ba.sketball 1; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Spring Festival 3. LAUMAN, MAUDE - Spanish Clnb 1; Drama Club 1; Science Club L 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; D. E. Club 4; Spring Festival 1; Fall Festival 2. LAWSON, BETTY - Alpha 2, 3, President 4; Beta Club 4; Spani.sh Club 1; Club Council 4; Girls’ Glee Clnb 1; Mi.xed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Girls’ Ensemble 3; Fall Festival 2; Spring Festival 1, 3. LINK, DIANE - Beta Founda- tion 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. LITTLETON, DAVID - Junior Civitan Club 1; Monogram Club 1; Football 1; Ba.sketball 1; Baseball 2; Track 1; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Fe.stival 1,2,3. LOVELACE, RONNIE - LOWE, MICHAEL - Boys Glee Clnb 2; Mi.xed Chorus 1. M McNEW, JIM — SCA Representa- 246 tive 1, 2; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, President 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Club Council 3, 4; Little Virginian Staff 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; MCA Delegate 3, 4. MATTHEWS, ROY - Art Club 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4. MAYS, ANNE — Freshman Class Treasurer 1; Sophomore Class Vice-President 2; Beta Club 3, 4; French Club 3; Alpha 1, 2, Historian 3, Secretary 4; Cheer- leader 3, 4; SCA Representa- tive 2, 3; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Girls’ Ensemble 3, 4; All-State Choms 4; Spring Festival 3. MEANEY, PAT — Monogram Club 2; Interact Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Spanish Club 4; Drama Club 4; National Thespian Society 4; Football 1; Baseball 2, 3. MELKOWSKI, CHRIS - Art Club I, 2; Spanish Club 1; Science Club 1, 2; Eelctronics Club 3. MELVIN, DIANE - Library Club 2, 3; Concert Choir 3; Girls’ Glee Club 1; Spring Festival 1; Mixed Chorus 2. MILLER, PAM — Beta Foimda- tion I, 2; Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3; Spring Festival I, 2, 3. MONAHAN, SHARON V.I.C.A. Club II 4. MOODY, RUTH - Transfer - Library Council 2; Latin Club 2; Drama Club 3; Band 2, 3, 4. MOORE, DEBBIE - Drama Club I; Science Club I; French Club I, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Tri-Delta 4. MOORE, JAMES - D.E. Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus I, 2. MOORE, PATTY - Alpha 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Mixed Chorus L 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Fall Festival 2; Spring Festival 1, 3. MORRISON, MARTHA - MYERS, JAMES - Monogram Club 3, 4; Drama Club 3, Vice-President 4; Junior Jaycees Reporter 4; Charter Member National Thespian Society 4; Basketball 1; Track Manager 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 3; Band I, Property Manager 2, 3, 4; Band Council 2, 3, 4. N NECESSARY, DEBBIE - Pep Squad I; Drama Club 1; Tri-Delta 3, Treasurer 4. NELSON, CHARLES - Art Club 2; Junior Jaycees 1; Football 1; Mixed Chorus 4. P PAGE, HENRY - D.O. Glub Reporter 3, 4; Junior Jaycees Treasurer 4; Mixed Ghorus 1; Spring Festival 1, 3; Student Gouncil 1. PAGE, PATTY - D.E. Club Parliamentarian 4; French Club I; Drama Club 3, 4; Student Life Club Historian 2, Secretary 3; Beta Foundation 3, 4. PARKS, JOHNNY - Monogram Club 1, 2; Football I, 2, 3; Track L 2, 3. PATRICK, TERRY - POWELL, JULIE - Drama Club 1; Latin Club 1; French Club 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, Treasurer 4; Fall Festival 2; SCA Representative 4; Little Virginian Staff 4. PULLON, WAYNE - V.I.C.A. Club 4. Q QUISENBERRY, MIKE - Key Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 3; Fall Festival 2. R RADLER, GEORGE - Key Glub I, 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, President 4; Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart 4; Club Council 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Virginian Staff 4. RAINES, MIKE — Monogram Club 4; Baseball 3; Football 1; Basketball Manager 4; Mixed Choms I, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival L 2, 3. RHEA, STAN — Monogram Club 4; French Club 1; Junior Civitan Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Coneert Chorus 3, 4; Spring Festival 1; Fall Festival 2. RHOTON, MIKE - I.C.T. Club 4. ROARK, SANDRA - Girls’ Glee Glub 1, 2; Mixed Ghonis .3, 4. ROBINSON, POLLY - Beta Foundation 4; Spring Festival 1. ROSE, KATHY - FBLA Glub 3; D.E. Glub 4. ROSENBALM, JIM - DO. II Glub 3. ROSENBORO, HERMAN - Boys’ Hi-Y 1; D.E. Glub 1; Junior Jaycees 1. 247 RUTHERFORD, MARTHA SUE — Freshman Class Secretary 1; Sophomore Class Secretary 2; Beta Chib 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, Historian 2, 3; Latin Club 1, Treasurer 2, President 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; Drama Club 2; Club Council 3; SCA Representative 1, 2, 3; Little Virginian Staff News Editor 3, Feature Editor 4; Virginia Junior Classical League President 3. RUTTER, LANNIE - Interact Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 2; Football Co-Captain 1; Basket- ball Co-Captain 2; Spring Festival King 3; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Quartet 3, 4. RUTTER, PHIL — Junior Civitan Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Football L 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. RYAN, JACKIE - Football 2, 3. S SADDLER, BRENDA - D.E. Club III 3; Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3. SADDLER, NIKI - Pep Club 1, 2; Pep Squad 2; Tri-Delta 4; Mixed Chorus 4. SALYERS, GARY - Freshman Class President 1; Sophomore Class Treasurer 2; Junior Class Treasurer 3; Senior Class Vice-President 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Key Club 1, 2; Interact Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; SCA Representative 1, 2; Honor Council L 4; Little Virginian Staff Page Editor 2, 3, Business Manager 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Spring Festival 1, 3; Fall Festival 2; Science Fair Award 2. SCHLIPF ' , GINNY — Spanish Club 2; Art Club Reporter 4; Drama Club 4; Alpha 1, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Points Chair- man 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. SHAFFER, DEBBIE - V.I.C.A. 4; D.O. Club 3; Girls’ Glee Club L 2. SHAFFER, LOIS - SHANKLE, HOPE - SHARRETT, DEBBIE - French Club 1; Beta Foundation 2; Alpha 3, 4; Freshman Chorus Treasurer 1; Fall Festival 2; Spring Festival 3. SHIPLEY, WAYNE - D O. Club 3; Baseball 4. SHORTT, LARRY - D.E. Club 2; D.O. Club 3, 4. SIMMS, JANIE - ETA 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3. SIMS, DOUG - D.O. Club Treasurer 4; French Club 1; Science Club 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Fall Festival 2; Spring Festival 3. SINGLETON, VICTOR - D O. Club 4. SLAGLE, BILLY - Junior Civitan Club 2, 3, Secretarv 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. SMITH, BILL - Spanish Club 2; Key Club 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Interact Club 2; Ba,sketball 2, 3; Golf 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. SMITH, DARRELL - Boys Hi-Y Treasurer 3, 4; Junior Jaycees 2; Basketball 1, 2; Football 3; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; All-State Chorus 1, 2, 3; Band L 2, 4. SMITH, KEN - STANLEY, KERRY - D O. Club 1; Baseball 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. STANLEY, PERRY - D O. Club 1; Mixed Chonis 2. STANLY, JAMES - STANTON, ALICE - V.I.C.A. Club 4; Girls’ Glee Club 1. STAPLETON, JANICE - D.E. Ill 2, 3, 4. STEELE, LINDA - EH A I, 3, Vice-President 4; French Club 3; Beta Foundation 4; Student Life Club 2. STEVENHAGEN, MILES - D.E. Club 3, 4; Fall Festival 2. STEVENS, DEBBIE - I.C.T. Club President 4; Art Club 3; Spring Festival 1; Fall Festival 2. STEWART, KENNETH - Basket ball 1; Track 2, 3, 4. SWEENEY, JO ANN - SWORD, RITA - Beta Founda- tion 2, 3, Reporter 4; Latin Club 2, 4; Student Life Club 2, Vice- President 3; Club Council 4; Y-Teens 1; Band 1, 2, 3, President 4, Drum Major 4; Band Council 4; Spring Festival 1, 3; Fall Festi- val 2. T TABB, ELLA MAE - TATE, RACHEL - Student Life Club 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; FHA 1, Chaplain 2, Secretary- Treasurer 3, Historian 4; FTA 2, Secretarv-Treasurer 3, Historian 4. TATE, WADE — Science Club 2, 3, Vice-Pre,sident 4; Football 1. TAYLOR, EDDIE — Concert 248 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, Chaplain 4; Fall Festival 2. THOMAS, GEORGE - Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4. THOMAS, JOHN - THOMAS, RANDY - THOMPSON, CHERYL - Beta Club 4. THURSTON, DICKEY - SCA Representative 1, 4; Monogram Club 4; Junior Civitan Club 4; Football 1, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Track 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 4; Spring Festival 1; Fall Festival 2. THURSTON, WAYNE - TODT, ALEX - Junior Class Vice-President 3; Junior Civitan Clul) 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Monogram Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Track 3, 4; Spring Festival 1; Fall Festival 2; SCA Representative 4. TOLBERT, GARY - Junior Jaycees 4; Basketball 2; Baseball 4. TOLBERT, PATSY - D.E. Club 3, 4. TOLLEY, JO ANN - Tri Delta 1, 2; Alpha 3, 4; Science Club 1; Drama Club 3; Little Virginian Staff 3, 4; Fall Festival 2; Spring Festival 3. TOLLIE, MICHELE - Beta Club 3, Secretary 4; Latin Club 1; French Club 2, 3, Reporter 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, Points Chairman 4; Drama Club 2; Art Club 2, 3; Fall Festival 2; SCA Representa- tive 2; Virginian Staff 4. 4, TUELL, MIKE - Boys Hi Y 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Festival 2. V VAUGHN, MIKE - D O. Club W WADE, SYRIA - Beta Club 4; FHA Club 1; Tri-Delta 3, 4; D.E. Club 3; Spring Fe.stival 3. WARE, CHARLES - Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Jaycees Director 2, 3; Bovs Hi-Y 2, Secretarv 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Little Virginian Staff 4. WASHINGTON, THOMAS - D.E. Club 2; SCA Representative 1, Treasurer 1; D.O. Club 4; Hi-Y 1; Football 1; Basketball 1; Douglass Gazette Staff 1; Fresh- man Class President 1. WEST, SONYA - French Club 2, 3; Student Life Club 2, 3; Beta Foundation 3, President 4; Club Council 4; Girls’ Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3; Girls’ Ensemble 3. WHITE, ARA - Beta Club 3, 4; French Club 1, Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Drama Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, President 4; Monogram Club Sweetheart 4; Club Council 4; Concert Choir 2, 3; Girls’ Ensemble 3; Virginia Staff 4. WHITLOW, DEAN - Interact Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; D.E. Club 3, 4; Monogram CKib Tennis Manager 2; SCA Representative 1, 2, 4. WILEY, SUE - Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; SCA Representative 1; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 3; Fall Festival 2. WILKSON, FREDDIE - Base ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Baixl 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4. WILLIAMS, FRED - Spanish Club 3, 4; Ba.sketball 1; Football 1, 2; Concert Choir 1, 2. WILLIS, NANCY - FHA 2, Chaplain 3, Activities Director 4; FTA 3, Reporter 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3. WILSON, WALTER - Boys Hi-Y 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. WISE, CAROLE - Concert Choir 2. WOLFE, CONNIE - Spanish Club 1; Student Life Club 2, 3; Beta Foundation 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 3; Fall Fe.stival 2 . WOODS, WILBUR — Junior Jaycees 4; D.O. Club 4; Hi-Y 1; Basketball 1, 3; Football 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Fall Festival 2; Spring Festival 3. WORLEY, JIMMY — Library Club 1; D.E. Club 2, 3, 4. WORLEY, KATHY - WRIGHT, EVELYN - Y Teens 3; Mixed Choms 2, 3, 4. WRIGHT, RONNIE - Y YARBER, SHIRLEY - FBLA 1, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3; French Club 1; Spanish Club 4; Library Club 1; SCA Repre.sentative 3. YORK, LAWRENCE - Key Club 1, 2; Interact Club 3, 4; Football 1; Track 1, 2. YOUNG, MARK - French Club 1; Art Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 2; Key Club 3, Reporter 4; Basketball 1; Fall Fe.stival 2; Spring Fe.stival 3. 249 General Index A Absher. Mike--213 A cuff, Miss Annette --26, 104 Acuff, Charles--66, 111, 193 Acuff, Charlotte- - 124, 1 75 Acuff. Tommy--204 Adams, Gordon- - 105 , 1 3 1 , 161 . 175 Adkins, Linda--1 14, 124, 128, 175 Alder, Melba--175 Allen, Mary Duff--114, 124, 129, 132, 204 Allison, Betty- -175 Allison, Carolyn- -175 Almaroad, Eddie -- Almaroad, Linda--123, 204 Almaroad, Margie--134, 213 Anderson, Alex--127, 213 Anderson, Harry--213 Anderson, Patricia- -2 13 Arden. Claude-- Arnold, Alyson-- 1 14, 2 12 , 213 Arnold, Betty ' - - Arnold, Beverly--135. 204 Arnold, Bry ' an-- 1 15 , 125 . 149 , 204 Arnold, Faye --46, 134, 213 Arnold, Robin--77, 102. 103, 104, 112, 114, 116, 132, 142, 192, 193 Ashley, Kay--122,175 Ateyeh, Lenore-- 12 1 . 193 Atu ' ell, Diane-- 1 12 , 175 Ayers, Frank--193 B Bacon, Ronald--149. 204 Bailey, Carolyn-- 124, 137, 138, 193 Bailey, Connie--193 Bailey, Mike--105. 144, 158, 193 Bailey, Ronnie--204 Bailey, Sylvia--103, 124, 132, 142, 175 Baker, Albert--213 Baker, Connie-- 1 1 1 , 124, 13 1 , 132 , 175 Baker, Gary ' --204 Baker, Mr. Herman--21 Baker, Hubert--204 Baker, Mark--213 Baker, Tony-- 175 Ball, Jerry--103,204 Ball, Randy--213 Ball, Roger--123, 175 Balthis, Franklin--139 , 193 Banks, Randy --2 13 Barker, Danny-- 102 , 104, 125 , 151,158,193 Barker, Gary ' --213 Barker, Pam--50, 108, 134, 205 Barker, Roy--205 Barnes, Richard-- 1 1 1 , 1 19 , 175 Bass, Barbara- -103 , 104, 1 14, 1 16, 128.175 Bass, Billy--213 Bates, Lee--127, 193 Baxley, Bobby--213 Baxley, Tab--102 , 105 , 125 , 132 , 151. 176 Begley, Diane--1 14, 135 , 205 Belcher, Margaret- -46 , 12 1 . 1 34 Belcher, Patricia--213 Belcher, Paul--123, 193 Belenky, Peter--193 Beverly, Teresa-- 121, 193 Birdtvell, Ricky-- Bishop, Freddy--193 Bishop, Wanda-- 134, 2 13 Black, James--176 Black, Norsalus--134, 213 Black, Teresa--176 Black, Wesley--135, 205 Blackley, Doug--119, 137, 139, 193 Blacktvell, Bobby--176 Blair, Steve--213 Blankenship, Mr. Charles- -26 Blaylock, Robert--135 , 193 Blevins, Anthony- - Blevins, Dale--126, 176 Blevins, Larry--135, 205 Blevins, Louanne--! 14, 205 Blevins, Mickey--205 Blevins, Millicent--213 Bomar, Mike--213 Bonsall, Mike-- 1 14, 2 13 Booher, Ann--213 Booher, Cleve-- 150, 2 13 Booher, Freddie--213 Booher, Gary L. --144,205 Booher, Gary ' S. --205 Booher, Gene--123, 176 Booher, Gene--123, 194 Booher, Terry- -1 35 , 205 Booker, Glenn- -205 Booth, Mrs. Doris--26 Bouton, Bridget- - 123 , 205 Bowdoin, Mrs. --26, 55 Botver, Pete --2 05 Botvers, Carol- -2 05 Bowers, Joyce-- 102 , 12 1 , 132 , 1 76 Bowers, Leonard-- 150, 213 Bowie, Bob--137,213 Bowman, Donald--150 Bowman, Libby--137, 139 , 205 Bowman, Linda- -123, 205 Bowman, Phil--194 Bowman, Phillip Michael--176, 205 Bowman, Vilma--176 Boyd, Mrs. Frances--26, 63, 122 Boyd, Steve--105. 127, 132, 144, 146, 161, 176 Bradley, Brenda--213 Bradley, Cecil--103. 139, 213 Bradley, Carol--134, 213 Branson, Donnie--38, 105, 109, 126, 132, 133, 144, 161, 162, 163, 176 Branyon, Donna--213 Bray ' , Gayle --2 13 Brent, Doris--135, 205 Brewer, Cathy--134, 205 Brewer, Johnny-- 122 Brewer, Larry ' --205 Bretver, Rex-- Brewer, Ronnie -- Bridgeman, Geraldine--123, 176 Bridgeman, Jacqueline--124, 176 Brooks, John--135, 194 Brown, David- - Brown, Geneva--134 Brown, Miss Irene--26, 35 , 120, 129 Brown, John--102, 103, 104, 111, 113, 119, 128, 155, 192, 194 Brown, Martha--134, 213 Brown, Mike --2 13 Brown, Mrs. Ruby ' --26 Brown, Sammy--122 Brown, Thomas--213 Brown, Tim-- Brown, ' arah--134 Brown, W. L. - -139, 194 Brumet, Linda--46, 77, 1 1 1 , 124, 127, 130, 142, 170, 174, 176 Bryan, Kathy--1 12, 134, 205 Bry ' an, Paul--123, 1 77 Bry ' ant, Billy-- 1 1 1 , 144, 194 Bry ' ant, Larry ' --213 Buchanan, Rachel--! 18, 177 Buchanan, Mr. Robert--26, 105 Burchett, Norris--177 Burchette, Villiam-- Burke, Patsy-- Burklow ' , Allen- -2 13 Burnette, David--194 By ' ington, Larry- -2 05 Bynam, Miss- -26 C Cain, Joan--52, 126, 137, 138,205 Callahan, David-- 135 , 205 Campbell, Albert--122, 177 Campbell, Janice--134, 205 Campbell, Miss Linda--26, 50, 107 250 Campbell, Margaret--134, 213 Campbell, Rhonda-- 135 , 205 Campbell, Tommy--205 Canter, Betty--213 Canter, Billy--205 Canter, Butch--122 , 177 Canter, Donna--134, 213 Canter, Kathy-- 135 , 2 14 Canter, Mary--134 Canter, Rhonda-- Canty, Charles--150, 214 Carmody, Buster-- Carmody, Teresa--108, 123, 134, 205 Carrier, Larry-- Carter, Alice--194 Carter, Gail--133, 214 Carter, Mike--177 Cartwright, Peggy-- 102 , 104, 1 1 1 , 114. 116. 177 Caywood, Dennis- - Caywood, Dorothy-- 194 Chandler, Mary Bruce --43, 68, 113. 177 Chandler, Mr. Bruce- -21 Chapman, Jackie--123, 194 Cheatam, Patsy--134, 214 Clark, David--114, 125, 149,205 Clark, Donna--102, 104, 113, 116, 129. 171. 177 Clark, John--194 Clark, Joyce--135, 194 Clark, Linda--214 Clark, Steve--214 Clark, Steve--205 Clarke, Larry--21, 102, 103, 104, 111.125. 177 Clarke, Patricia--107, 139, 194 Clay, Carolyn-- 132 , 194 Clements, Reecie--120, 138, 214 Coleman, Mrs. --27, 46, 121 Collin, Diane--177 Collin, Sharon--134, 2 14 Collins, Jackie--205 Collins, Paul--214 Collins, Tommy--122, 177 Combs, James--138, 150, 214 Combs, Jan--214 Combs, Johnny--122, 177 Combs, Joy--104, 1 18, 194 Combs, Tim--132,194 Cooke, Harrison--151 Cooper, Billy-- 1 1 1 , 1 19, 205 Cooper, Bobby-- 102 , 1 1 1 , 1 15 , 1 19 , 170, 177 Cooper, Harvey--149, 205 Cooper, Miss Leone--25 Copenhaver, Mrs. --27, 34, 1 12 , 129 Corbett, Jackie--120, 194 Cornett, Sharon-- 132 , 170, 1 78 Corum, Billy--105, 158, 194 Corvin, Ricky--127, 150, 214 Cox, Brenda--132 , 195 Cox, Margie--107, 137, 138, 195 Cox, Sheila--214 Cox, Sheri--205 Crane, Roger--214 Creger, Harold--150, 214 Creger, Mrs. Mildred--27 Cross, David--132, 149, 195 Cross, Fonda--l 10, 133, 134, 214 Cross, Gary--178 Cross, Howell--149, 206 Cross, Ronnie-- Cross, Sharon--206 Crowe, Gary--126, 144, 178 Crowe, Mike--138, 2 14 Crusenberry, Diane --2 06 Crusenberry, Joyce--108, 135, 206 Crusenberry, Karen--123, 135 , 206 Crusenberry, Linda- -178 Cummins, Mr. Jack--27,64 Cunningham, Billy--214 Cunningham, Julian- -206 Citnningham, Tommy-- 1 14, 127, 160. 195 Curcio, Mr. C. P. --27, 35 , 45 , 125 Ciucio, Joey--105, 117, 126, 144, 161. 178 Cutshaw, Randy--44, 103, 104, 111, 113. 195 D Dabbs, Christine--2 14 Daniel, Mrs. Mary--27 Davenport, Becky--123, 178 Davenport, Betty--195 Davenport, David-- 178 Davenport, Kermit--65, 123, 195 Davenport, Tommy--214 Davidson, Barbara--109, 133, 134, 214 Davidson, William--206 Davis, Ami-- 195 Davis, Nancy--214 Davis, Peggy--1 18, 137, 138, 178 Davis, Rebecca--104, 1 10, 1 16, 124. 171. 178 Davis, Mrs. Sara--27 Davis, Timmy--139, 214 DeBusk, Mrs. -- DeLapp, Edgar--135 , 206 Dennison, Bobby--214 Denny, Sharon--134, 212, 214 Derting , Mr. --2 1 Dickert, Bridget--! 13, 1 16, 206 Dickey, Doug--l 14, 214 Dillard, Mrs. --27,60 Dillon, Tommy--206 Dillow, Jean--50, 132, 178 Dorton, Greg--195 Dorton, Norene-- Doss, Ronald--158, 206 Dowell, Jeff--49,150 Dowell, Ronnie-- 122 , 178 Draper, Debbie--102, 1 18, 132, 133. 178 Drinkard, Linda--131 , 168, 178 Duff, David--119, 148, 195 Duff, James--214 Duff, Mary--195 Dugger, Mr. --27, 49 Dugger, Ricky--45, 104, 115, 127, 178 Duncan, Rhonda--104, 1 18, 179 Dunkin, Bobby--l 14, 137, 206 Dunn, John--214 Dunn, Ricky--122 Dutton, Herbie-- 103, 104, 1 1 1 , 113, 149, 195 Dutton, Tommy--179 Dye, Debbie--104, 107, 111, 132, 195 E Eades, Jerry--134, 214 Eades, Mike--144, 195 Easterling, Kylene--120, 179 Eastridge, James--214 Edson, Gary--214 Edwards, Danny--150, 214 Edwards, Pamela- - 1 14, 116, 132 , 195 Edwards, Sammy- -2 14 Eggers, Richard--215 Eller, Ann--134,206 Eller, Janie-- Ellis, Bobby--114,215 Ellis, Judy--103, 114, 116, 132, 206 Ellis, Mike--49, 134,215 Ellis, Nina--102, 133, 134, 179 Ellis, Sandra--195 Eury, Anna--122, 179 Eury, Thom as --5 8, 151, 154, 195 Evans, Jeff- -179 Everett, Blair--127, 195 Everett, Gary--139, 215 F Fagan, Maggie--52 , 1 10, 1 15 , 1 16, 135,206 Farmer, Steve--139, 215 Farnham, Lucetta-- 1 10, 114, 135, 206 Farthing, Mr. --27, 34, 42 , 126 Faucette, Theda-- 1 12 , 1 14, 2 15 Feathers, Chris--102, 104, 124, 132, 133, 142, 143, 169, 179 Feazell, Jack--59, 126, 144, 179 Ferguson, Larry--206 Ferrell, Mike--139, 215 Finley, Mark--69, 72 , 1 1 1 , 127, 168. 179 Fitzgerald, Mike--5 1 , 1 19 , 144, 149. 161. 179 251 Fleenor, Barbara--123, 196 Fleenor, Bobby-- 179 Fleenor, Debbie--104, 1 10, 135, 196 Fleenor, Debbie--134, 215 Fleenor, Don--215 Fleenor, Dottle--! 18, 135, 206 Fleenor, Jerry--123, 196 Fleenor, Mike--1 15, 1 17, 137, 139, 206 Fleenor, Paul--102 , 104, 105 , 1 18, 127, 129, 144, 146, 158, 159, 169, 174, 179 Fleming, Bobby-- 150, 2 15 Foote, Gary--135 Foote, Mike--69, 150, 215 Foster, Elaine-- Foster, Kathy-- 134, 206 Foster, Ronnie--196 Foster, Steve--134, 215 Foster, Walter--61 , 179 Foster, Walter--61 , 196 Fouch, Jane--206 Fouch, Tommy--215 Fouch, Virginia--215 Fraley, Linda-- 132 , 179 Fraley, Pat-- Frazier, Debbie--206 French, Mr. --28,60 Fulp, Linda--123, 180 Fulp, Raymond-- Fulp, William--215 G Gabel, Terry--1 10, 115, 134,206 Gabel, Vincent--196 Garfield, Fred--196 Garfield, Leonard--206 Garrett, Mike- - 102 , 1 1 1 , 1 19 , 125 , 180 Garrett, Miss Nina--28 Gemmell, Charles--149, 206 Gemmell, John--180 Gentry, Debra--206 Geroinanos, Kathy--107, 1 15, 139, 206 Gibson, Anita--206 Gibson, Mary Hope-- 104, 1 18, 1 35 , 137, 138, 196 Gilbert, Phillip--196 Gillenwater, Carol--215 Gillespie, Vincent- -135, 206 Gilliam, Brenda--180 Gilmer, Gordon--52, 127, 150, 215 Gilmer, Randy-- Gobble, Charles--206 Gobble, Ruth--215 Gobble, Trula--206 Goins, Danny- -114, 149, 206 Gong, Joe- - 122 , 161 , 180 Goodman, Paul--196 Goodpasture, Fain--196 Goodpasture, Lean--103, 104, 1 13, 116. 125. 130. 169. 174. 180 Goodpasture, Patricia- -2 15 Goodson, Sharon- l 18, 180 Gordon, Randy--68, 104, 105 , 127, 161. 180 Gore, Billy--62, 122, 126, 180 Gorely, Nancy--215 Grace, Eleanor--207 Grady, Darrell--215 Grant, George-- 180 Graybeal, Howard--150, 215 Grayson, Lisa--215 Green, Karen--196 Green, Miss Linda--28 , 52 , 1 14 Green, Tony-- 139 , 2 15 Greene, Barbara--39, 1 10, 1 14, 1 16, 131,207 Greene, James--180 Greenwell, Glen-- 158, 207 Greer, Joyce--132, 180 Greer, Susan- -1 14, 215 Greeson, Marty--56, 180 Gregory, Dallas--215 Gregory, Karen--1 18, 180 Gregory, Mike--215 Griswold, June--112, 114, 129,207 Groseclose, Jane--107, 1 14, 196 Groseclose, Kathy-- 139, 215 Groseclose, Mike--127, 215 Gross, Billy-- 122 , 196 Gross, Debra--196 Grubb, Linda--207 Gudger, Donald-- Gudger, Robert--207 Gudger, Tim--144,181 Guinn, Judy--123, 196 Guinn, Larry--215 Gullion, Howard-- H Hackley, Donna-- 102 , 104, 1 1 1 , 113, 115, 116, 129, 181 Hackley, Eddie--150, 215 Hagy, Debbie--103, 114, 132, 134, 196 Hagy, Jerry--65, 123, 196 Hagy, Mr. John-- Haire, Kanda--118, 132, 197 Hale, Connie--109 , 1 1 1 , 132 , 197 Hale, Steve--144, 197 Hale, Ward--215 Hall, Bobby--122, 181 Hall, Bonnie--65, 123, 197 Hall, Carolyn--181 Hall, David--197 Hall, Deborah--123, 134, 207 Hall, DeWayne--134,215 Hall, Howard--161 , 181 Hall, James--215 Hall, Mr. J. R. --25, 68 Hall, Mr. L. --28 Hall, Lonnie--215 Hall, Timmy--197 Hall, William-- Hammack, Mr. T. T. --21 Hamilton, David--151 Hamilton, Janet-- 1 12 , 124, 197 Hamilton, Marcia--216 Hamilton, Sue--123, 197 Hamilton, Terry--216 Hammonds, Mike-- Hardoby, Gary- -158, 181 Harlow, Gharlotte--107, 123, 181 Harlow, Linda- -207 Harmon, Jerry --2 16 Harmon, Susan- -2 16 Harmon, Tommy--43, 102, 105, 126. 144. 161. 181 Harrenburg, Mrs. --28 Harris, Mr. --28, 35 , 1 19 Harrison, Bobby--123, 181 Harrison, Cathy--207 Harrison, David--40, 105, 126, 144, 197 Harrison, Joey-- 123, 197 Harrison, Phil-- 134, 2 16 Hartsock, Danny --2 16 Hawkins, Rebecca--114, 1 16, 207 Hawkins, Sue Ellen--138, 181 Hawthorne, Debbie--! 14, 134, 2 16 Hayden, Patsy--216 Hayes, Karen--1 18, 181 Hayes, Susan--207 Helbert, Beverly--216 Helbert, Danny- - Helbert, Martha--207 Helton, Glara--197 Helton, Garland--102, 104, 127, 131. 181 Helton, Nancey--123 Hendricks, Walter-- 137, 207 Henner, Dennis--102, 104, 105, 113. 125. 156. 171. 181 Henner, John--144, 145, 151, 161, 163, 192, 197 Henner, Judy--1 12 , 1 13 , 1 16, 207 Hensley, Bill--207 Hernandez, Penny-- 102 , 109 , 1 10, 132. 181 Herndon, Billy--216 Herndon, Diane--207 Hess, Shirley--135, 207 Hess, Wesley--216 Hicks, Judi-- Hickson, Robert-- Hill, Dennis-- Hill, Mike--137 Hill, Patty--123, 182 Hill, Tony-- Hilten, Mrs. Sara--28 Hines, Howard--122, 182 Hines, John--216 Hoback, Mark-- 1 19 , 13 1 , 135 , 1 70, 182 252 Hobbs, Bobby-- 182 Hobbs, James--150, 216 Hobson, Jerry--! 1 1 , 207 Hofforth, Jo Ann-- 12 1 , 134, 2 16 Holbrook, Joyce-- 12 1 , 197 Holbrook, Tony--115, 149,207 Holdway, John--124, 144, 151 , 155, 171, 174, 182 Holland, Jeff--48,216 Holland, John--123, 182 Holmes, Dorothy--197 Hood, Roy--216 Hooper, Mr. Ray--28 Hopkins, Danny--137, 139 , 207 Hopkins, David--197 Horne, Bobby- -182 Horne, Fred--103, 216 Horner, Chris--105, 126, 160, 182 Hoss, Reba--107, 137, 138,207 Houser, Dennis--! 19, 129, 197 Houser, Doug--129, 197 Houser, Janet- -207 Houser, Judy--182 Howell, James--207 Howington, Jerry- - Hubbard, Mrs. --28, 52, 109 Hughes, James--207 Hunt, Christine-- 134, 216 Huntley, Gail--77, 119, 123, 182 Huntley, Leslie--135, 207 Hurley, Coach--21,28 Hurley, Gary- -2 07 Hurley, Jack--207 1 Isley, Laura--207 J Jackson, Jerry--1 19 , 197 Jackson, Marvin--198 Jackson, Mike-- 1 19 , 182 Jackson, Phil-- 1 35 , 149 , 207 Jackson, Sammy L. --207, 2 16 Jackson, Samuel T. -- Jackson, Shirley--198 James, Mike--127, 182 Jennings, Coach Allen--29 Jennings, Janet- -108, 123, 207 Jessee, Jerry-- 104, 2 16 Jessee, Patricia--207 Jessee, Suzanne--40, 1 14, 124, 132. 169. 182 Jessee, Terry--208 Johnson, Carol-- 182 Johnson, Debbie--216 Johnson, Elizabeth--110, 134, 216 Johnson, Gary-- 1 19 , 137, 139 , 198 Johnson, Gary--123, 198 Johnson, Gene-- 104, 105 , 1 1 1 , 1 13 , 119. 161. 183 Johnson, Jackie--208 Johnson, James--216 Johnson, Janie- -183 Johnson, Jennie--102, 112, 183 Johnson, Jimmie-- Johnson, Nancy --2 16 Johnson, Patricia-- 198 Johnson, Richard--216 Johnson, Teresa--135 Johnson, Vickie- -1 12 , 2 16 Jones, Beverly-- 1 14, 2 16 Jones, Brenda--134, 216 Jones, Cathy- - 123 , 198 Jones, Charles--148, 149, 155, 208 Jones, Dean-- 132 , 144, 15 1 , 158 Jones, Debra--134, 216 Jones, Duane--216 Jones, Lewis- - 132 , 198 Jones, Sherril--198 K Kearfott, Carolyn--! 16, 208 Kearfott, Corinne--138, 216 Keesee, Billy-- 1 15 , 1 19, 149 , 208 Keesee, Donna-- 135 , 208 Keesee, Eddie--183 Kegley, Connie--138, 216 Kegley, Patty--124, 137, 138 Kelley, Kay--103, 116 Keller, Tommy-- Kelly, Randy- -103, 216 Kelsey, Donnie--216 Kelsey, John--216 Kemp, Grant--217 Kent, Debbie--107, 123, 183 Kent, Steve--217 Kerr, Patrice--67, 1 10, 1 12, 1 14, 116,208 Key, Mrs. June--29,61 Kinder, Sherry--39, 104, 1 18, 132, 198 King, Danny--217 King, David-- King, Harlan--135 King, Jane--lll, 114, 124, 192, 198 King, Johnny-- King, Larry--208 King, Louis-- King, Mike--104, 1 1 1 , King, Tommy- -42, 43, 104, 111, 119, 130, 132, 198 King, Rebecca--134, 212, 217 Kipp, Ramona--123, 198 Kistner, Gene--102, 123, 168, 183 Kistner, John--l 19, 139, 183 Kistner, Mark--217 Knipe, Steve--134, 217 Knipc, Susan--104, 113, 114, 128, 183 Knox, Ramona--59 , 1 12 , 1 16 , 198 Koltunski, David--57, 104, 131, 183 Koltunski, Phil--208 Kovacs, Dr. Louis--21 Kristofek, Andy--lll, 115, 198 L Lam bert, Sam- -208 Lane, Joyce--109, 112,217 Lane, Kathy--102, 109, 1 10, 112, 183 Lane, Richard--183 Lane, Sharon--! 15, 138, 208 Lane, Sherry-- 1 15 , 133, 134, 139 , 208 Large, Danny--65 , 1 1 1 , 123 , 183 Large, David--135, 208 Large, Debra--108, 135 Lauman, Jean--217 Lauman, Maude--1 16, 123, 183 Lawson, Betty--102, 104, 124, 132, 183 Lawson, Diane- -184 Lee, Joyce--110, 112, 114, 124, 198 Lee, Susan--103, 104, 107, 132, 198 Leonard, Cathy--116, 135, 142, 143,204,208 Leonard, Danny-- 1 1 1 , 1 1 7, 1 19, 198 Leonard, Donna--123, 199 Leonard, Janie--107, 198 Leonard, Linda-- 1 14, 134, 2 12 , 217 Leonard, Nancy--1 18, 139, 184 Leonard, Patty--135 , 208 Leonard, Philip--208 Leonard, Sandra--! 10, 114, 120, 208 Leonard, Tommy--67, 199 Lester, Jimmy- - Lewis, Mrs. Jean- -29, 130 Lewis, Quentin--13 1 , 1 19 , 199 Link, Barbara --2 17 Link, Diane--107, 138, 184 Littleton, David--105, 126, 132, 184 Littleton, Susan--109, 1 12, 217 Livingston, Albert--126, 135, 148, 161, 199 Livingston, John- -139 Loutlien, Nancy--208 Love, Ronnie-- Lovelace, Larry--217 Lovett, Connie--135, 139, 208 Lovett, Valerie--217 Lovins, Cherri-- Lowe, Mike--184 Luttrell, Mahlon--217 M Malone, Jennifer--208 253 Marion, Coach Carl--21,29, 151 Marion, John- -123, 135, 208 Martin, Ellen--1 12, 208 Martin, Gayle-- 1 16, 208 Martin, Mrs. Katherine--29 , 50, 108 Martin, Serge--150, 2 17 Martin, Tommy--123, 208 Mason, Dicky--139, 208 Mathesius, Vicki--108, 133, 134, 208 Matthews, Brenda -- Matthews, Linda-- 135, 208 Matthews, Roy--137 Mays, Anne--32, 104, 124, 133, 142. 143. 168. 184 Mays, Larry- -139, 208 McClellan, Robert--131 , 199 McCoimell, Doug--208 McCray, Betty-- 124, 1 32 , 199 McCroskey, Deborah--135, 208 McCroskey, Mike--123 , 199 McCroskey, Pamela--46 , 12 1 , 134, 217 McCulloch, Valerie--59 , 103 , 1 16 , 199 McDaniel, Jackie--! 15, 149,208 McDaye, Harry-- McKamey, David--217 McNew, Jimmy-- 102, 104, 111, 113. 119. 131. 138. 169. 184 McNutt, Mrs. Robert--25 . 68 McVey, Sam--105 , 126 , 144, 161 , 197 Meade, Bruce--151 , 158, 209 Meade, David--139, 199 Meany, Pat--115, 127, 184 Melkowski, Chris--184 Melkowski, Gregg--209 Mellett, Jackie--110, 113 Mellett, Marilyn--! 10, 2 1 7 Melvin, Diane-- 184 Melvin, Mike--199 Mikell, Shelia--217 Miles, Chris--104, 114, 116, 132, 197 Miller, Kenneth--209 Miller, Pam--184 Miller, Wayne--199 MilDiorn, Amelia--109 , 2 17 Millsaps, Miss--29,115 Minnick, Doug--209 Mitchell, Myron--217 Mitchell, Preston- - 125 , 1 3 1 , 15 1 , 199 Modrezj ewski, Mike-- Monahan, Sharon-- 122 , 184 Moody, Ruth--139, 184 Moore, Darlene--65, 123, 199 Moore, David- -199 Moore, Debbie-- 1 14, 1 18 , 184 Moore, Jerry--200 Moore, Jimmy--123, 185 Moore, John--210 Moore, Patsy--1 14, 209 Moore, Patty--45, 124, 132, 185 Moore, Steve--217 Moretz, Larry- -185 Morgan, Lyn-- 1 10, 132 , 200 Morrison, Martha-- 185 Morrison, Shirley-- 1 34, 2 1 7 Morrissey, John--49 , 150, 2 1 7 Morton, Ann- - 1 10, 1 14, 135 , 209 Mum power, Billy-- Mumpower, Donna--217 Mumpower, Susan- -209 Murray, Eva--200 Murray, Floyd--209 Murray, Joyce- -200 Murray, Patricia--134, 2 1 7 Murray, Rhonda--217 MuiTay, Ronnie- - 123 , 200 Murray, Shelia--210 Murray, Tony--217 Musgrove, Walter--137, 209 Musselwhite, Hotvard--133, 134, 217 Myers, Dwayne- -2 17 Myers, Jimmie--105, 110, 119, 137, 139, 185 Myers, Mr. R. T, --29,66 N Necessary, Debbie--! 18, 185 Necessary, Doris--200 Necessary, Larry--217 Nelson, Charles--66 , 1 12 , 132 , 185 Nelson, Doris--209 Newton, James--150. 217 Newton, Kenneth- -2 17 New ' ton, Rita--1 12, 209 Nrmley, Sally--123 , 200 O Oakes, Janice-- 102 , 108, 209 O ' Dell, Mary--114, 132, 134,209 Odum, Teresa- - 102 . 1 14, 1 16, 135,209 Olinger, Brenda- - 134, 2 1 7 Oliver, Allen-- O liver, Bobby- -209 Oliver, Gail--200 Opengari, Roger--217 Osborne, Howell--218 Otey, Rita--209 Owenby, Teresa-- 1 32 , 200 Ow ' ens, Blaine--ll7, 200 Oxendine, Janice--108, 139, 209 P Pace, Henry--122, 185 Page, Barbara--209 Page, Joe--210 Page, Patti--107, 110, 123, 185 Parks, Johnny--105, 144, 161, 185 Parks, Linda--123 Parks, Peggy--102, 104, 1 13, 1 16, 128,200 Parrott, Steve--126, 135, 210 Patrick, Arlette--134, 218 Patrick, Darlene--135, 209 Patrick, Jane--138, 200 Patrick, Marilyn--218 Patrick, Terry--185 Pauley, Franklin--2 18 Pauley, Mary Jo--l 10, 132, 200 Pearson, Mr. --29, 67 Pender, James--135, 209 Pender, Marsha--104, 113, 132, 200 Pender, Ronald--! 12, 1 15, 134, 218 Pendergrass, Terry--218 Penley, Steve--218 Penley, Susan--1 14, 218 Perkins, Karen--209 Perry, Barbara-- 1 14, 12 1 , 134, 2 18 Perry, Mr. Jim--29, 132, 135 Perry, Joe--48, 49, 150, 218 Peters, Leon--209 Pfeifer, Mrs. --25, 33 Phelps, Lois--104, 200 Phillips, Danny--200 Pickel, Richard--200 Pickett, Polly--46, 218 Pickett, Wanda--123, 200 Pippin, Timmy--209 Pittman, Sharon-- 124, 132 , 201 Pollard, Avis-- Poore, Johnny- - Pope, lsaac--135 , 209 Pope, Millicent--134, 218 Pope, Sharon- -103, 135, 209 Pope, Suzan--114, 124, 135, 204, 209 Post, David- -69 , 209 Post, Mrs. Marianne--29 , 38, 1 10 Powell, Julie--103, 104, 116, 131, 185 Pratt, James--135, 209 Presley, Neal--185 Proulex, Paul--209 Proulex, Roger--122 Proulex, Sue--209 Pruitt, Betty--134, 218 Pruitt, Evelyn-- 134, 2 18 Pruitt, Gary--201 Pullon, Colette--118, 135, 209 Pullon, Mrs. Linda--30, 40, 124 Pullon, Wayne--122, 185 Q Quisenberry, Mike--105, 124, 125, 144, 151, 186 254 R Rachel, Vickie--124, 135, 210 Radler, George--105 , 1 16, 125 , 128. 144. 161. 162. 186 Radler, Tony-- 125 , 2 10 Raines, Mike--105, 132, 186 Randall, Cathy--201 Rasnick, Mr. Cecil--24 Ratliff, Gary--218 Ratliff, Kenneth-- 150 Rawn, Debbie--210 Reedy, Brenda--! 15, 120, 210 Reedy, Doug-- Reeves, Miss--30, 116 Reisler, Alan--123, 201 Reisler, Ruth-- Reuning, Mr. Fritz--30, 41 , 127 Rhea, Judy--210 Rhea, Stanley--66, 105, 126, 132, 144. 158. 186 Rhoton, Mike--63, 122, 186 Richardson, Barbara--! 10 Richardson, Mr. Hamp--30, 136 Riesler, Ruthie--123, 210 Riggs, Wayne--132 , 149, 201 Roark, Arthur- -2 10 Roark, Sandra-- 186 Roberts, Gary--144, 158, 210 Roberts, Greg--218 Roberts, John--115, 144, 201 Robins, Barbara--210 Robins, Terry- - Robinson, Connie--134, 2 18 Robinson, Debbie--184, 2 18 Robinson, Larry--218 Robinson, Patricia--134, 2 18 Robinson, Polly- -186 Robinson, Virginia--2 10 Rose, Kathy- -65 Rose, Scott--218 Rosenbalm, Beverly--121 , 218 Rosenbalm, Jim-- Rosenboro, Herman--! 19, 186 Ross, Danny- - Ross, Diane--201 Ross, Johnny--103, 126, 135, 149, 210 Rosser, Kathy--218 Russell, Barry--123, 210 Russell, Vivien--110, 115, 118, 201 Rutherford, Martha Sue--104, 113, 116. 131. 170. 186 Rutter, Butch--201 Rutter, Lannie--132, 134, 186 Rutter, Linda--46, 218 Rutter, Phil--105, 126, 144, 161, 186 Rutter, Vickie--218 Ryan, Dan--20, 139 Ryan, Jackie--186 S Saddler, Brenda--122, 123, 186 Saddler, David--123, 210 Saddler, Niki--77, 135 , 186 Sage, Brenda--123, 201 Sage, Nancy--218 Sallie, Jimmie-- Salyers, Gary--102 , 104, 127, 130, 144, 146, 151, 158, 168, 174, 187 Salyers, Larry-- 102 , 1 1 1 , 1 15 , 127, 131, 151, 204, 210 Salyers, Randy--1 15, 218 Sampson, Debbie- - 138 , 2 12 , 2 18 Sandoe, Barbara--! 14, 124, 137, 138,210 Saul, Diana-- 12 1 , 2 10 Saul, Sheri--1 14, 134, 218 Saunders, Mrs. --25,69 Savinsky, Cynthia- -1 14, 12 1 , 2 10 Scarboro, David--201 Schlipf, Virginia--56, 77, 110, 112, 124, 187 Schneider, Mike--218 Scott, Sandra-- 1 15 , 135 , 2 10 Scroggs, Debbie--210 Seaver, Jimmy--134, 218 Sellers, Pamela--201 Seward, Mr. Rolland--136 Sexton, Donnie--122 , 2 10 Sexton, Yvonne--201 Shaffer, Debbie--122, 187 Shaffer, Gary--218 Shaffer, James-- Shaffer, Lois--187 Shaffer, Steve-- Shaffer, Wayne--132, 201 Shankel, Jeanette-- Shankle, Hope--187 Sharrett, Debbie--124, 187 Sharrett, Johnny- -2 10 Sharrett, Stuart--210 Shearin, Larry--123 Shelton, Sidney--218 Shepherd, Dennis--218 Shipley, Susan--1 14, 1 16, 129 , 2 10 Shipley, Wayne--187 Shores, Kitty --2 10 Shortt, Larry--187 Shumaker, Billy--135, 218 Silcox, Sharon-- 135 , 2 19 Silcox, Susan--112, 119, 124, 142, 192,201 Silvers, David--35 , 104, 201 Simms, Janie--109, 1 10, 187 Simons, Gerry--210 Sims, Doug--62, 122, 187 Singleton, Victor--187 Singleton, Vincent--210 Skeens, Jerry--158 Slagle, Billy--126, 137, 144 Slagle, Ted--122,187 Sluder, Henrietta--109, 132, 201 Smeltzer, Melvin-- 148, 202 Smith, Billy--58, 125, 160, 188 Smith, Danny L. --132, 134, 137, 139.202 Smith, Danny R. - -115, 134, 139, 210 Smith, Darrell--107, 132, 133, 137, 169, 187 Smith, Debbie-- 135 , 2 10 Smith, Donnie--135 , 149 , 2 10 Smith, Greg--219 Smith, Ken--188 Smith, Mark-- Smith, Robert--122 , 188 Smith, Steve--102, 125, 144, 149, 210 Smith, Terry--105, 129, 144, 161, 202 Smith, Toni--102, 104, 113, 118, 202 Snodgrass, Ricky- -2 10 Sorah, Sammy--219 Spangler, Coach Larry--30, 34, 41 , 150, 158 Sparkman, Fred-- 135 , 2 10 Spriggs, Jake--134, 150, 219 Spriggs, Otis--134, 204, 2 10 Sproles, Vickie--134, 219 Stacy, Greg--69,211 Stallard, Nancy--104, 113, 124, 128.202 Stallard, Sandy--202 Stanley, Charles--202 Stanley, James--134 Stanley, Kerry--135 , 188 Stanley, Perry--122, 135, 188 Stanton, Alice--122 , 182 Stapleton, Carolyn-- 108, 123, 21 1 Stapleton, Janice--123, 188 Stapleton, Wayne--202 Statzer, Sue--104, 107, 12 1 , 132 , 202 Statzer, Tim-- 105 , 1 19 , 137, 161 , 202 Stedman, Ned--149,211 Steele, Linda--107, 121, 188 StevenJiagen, Miles--123, 188 Stevens, Debbie--122, 188 Stevens, Rita--102, 103, 124, 211 Stewart, Cora--202 Stewart, Ken--105, 161, 188 Stewart, Tim--103,211 Stone, John--134, 2 19 Stophel, Mike--211 Stophel, Wayne--125, 144, 145, 147, 151, 154, 158,202 Strickland, Debl3ie--108, 211 Stringer, Hugh--119, 137, 139, 202 Stump, Donna--109, 115, 138, 202 Sullivan, Donald--219 Sullivan, MaryLou--211 Sweeney, Jo Ann--188 Swiney, Mary-- 104, 1 13 , 1 18 , 202 255 Sword, Lynn-- 139 , 2 1 1 Sword, Rita--77, 102 , 107, 1 13, 136. 137, 138, 188 Sykes, Larry- - Sykes, Regina--211 T Tabb, Ella Mae--188 Talley, Cathy- -2 19 Tapscott, Teresa--! 10, 2 19 Tate, Bobby--122, 132,202 Tate, Fred--110, 112,219 Tate, Karen--1 14, 2 19 Tate, Rachel-- 109 , 12 1 , 189 Tate, Vade--l 1 1 , 189 Tauscher. Phil-- Taylor, Donna- - 109 , 1 10, 1 12 , 132.202 Taylor, Eddie--132 , 134, 137, 189 ' Taylor, Richard-- 132 , 134, 2 1 1 Thomas, George--69 , 1 35 , 189 Thomas, John--122 , 189 Thomas, Randy-- 189 Thomas, Sheriy--59, 103, 111, 112, 116. 128.202 Thomas, Zane--134, 150, 2 19 Thompson, Charma--134. 219 Thompson, CheiyT--189 Thompson, Da ’id--203 Thompson, Joan-- 1 16, 2 1 1 Thurmond, Lissa-- 102 , 1 1 1 , 1 13 , 116, 203 Thurston, Dicky--126, 132, 144, 151. 154. 189 Thurston, Jackie --2 19 Thurston, Wayne- -189 Todt, Alex--33, 83, 102, 103, 126, 144. 145. 147. 161. 171. 189 Todt, Robin--103, 219 Tolbert, Carol--134, 219 Tolbert, Cary--41 , 1 19 , 189 Tolbert, Patsy--189 Tolley, Jo Ann--124, 131, 189 Tollie, Michele- - 1 04, 1 14, 1 16 , 129, 168, 189 Towns, Coach Robert--30, 54, 150 Townsend, Jimmie--203 Trammell, Donnie- - 1 10, 2 1 1 Trent, Del3ra--211 Tritt, Charles--203 Tritt, Thelina--135, 211 Tri ett, Brenda--203 Tuell, Haynes--211 Tuell, Mike--67, 139, 190 U Umberger, Steve- - 1 1 1 , 1 19 , 2 1 1 Underwood, Tommy-- 122 , 2 1 1 V VanHoy, Debbie--108, 133, 134, 211 VanPelt, Dr. Joseph--20, 2 1 Vaughn, Cheryl- -203 Vaughn, Mike-- 190 Vicars, Dennis--150, 2 19 Vine, Mark--211 W Wade, Syria--104, 190 Walden, Barbara-- Walker, Randy- -2 11 Wallace, Gary- -104, 111, 125,203 Walling, Mark--102, 103, 133, 134, 219 Walls, Bobby--150, 219 Walsh, Allen--190 Wampler, David--144, 21 1 Wann, Sylvia--219 Ware, Charles-- 1 1 1 , 1 19 , 13 1 , 190 M’ashington, Lisa- -2 11 Washington, Thomas--122, 190 Watford, Coach Jerry- -30, 83, 145, 160 Weatherly, Celeste-- 120, 138,211 Weeks, Jerry--134, 219 Weiler, Randy-- 125. 144, 149,204, 211 Wendt, Gene--1 15, 219 West, Drvight-- 1 15 . 2 1 1 West, Jack--134, 150 Vest, Sonya- - 102 , 190 Wheeler, John--219 Wheeler, Mike--203 Wheeler, Steve --42 Whicker, Carole-- 1 18 , 203 Whicker, Cheryl--118, 132, 135, 211 Whitaker, Mrs. --24, 25, 33 Whitaker, Sandra- - 120, 1 38 , 2 19 Whitaker, Una--120, 138, 21 1 White, Ara--40, 102, 104, 105, 114, 116. 129, 171, 198 White, Pam--113, 116,211 Vhite, Vicki-- Whitley, Miss--30, 39, 130 Whitlow, Dean--103, 123, 127, 170, 198 Widener, Donna- - 1 12 , 124, 203 Widner, Elaine--203 Widner, MaryAnn--219 Wiley, Susan-- 190 Wilkinson, Freddie--125, 132, 137 155, 190 Vilkinson, Mr. --30,119 Williams, Allen-- 134, 139 , 2 19 Williams, Barbara-- Williams, Camille-- 102 , 1 14, 120 138 Villiams, Fred--190 Williams, Mrs. --30, 109, 120 Williams, Rosetta-- 122 , 203 Williams, Steve- -2 11 Williams, Teresa- -190 Willis, Betty-- 1 1 1 , 203 Willis, Cathy- - Willis, David--135,211 Willis, Gary--211 Willis, Nancy--109, 121, 191 Wilson, Charles--219 Vilson, Da ' id Wilson, Walter-- 144, 19 1 Vilson, William--112, 134, 203 Winters, Geneva--132 , 203 Wise, Carol-- 19 1 , 203 Wise, Jo Ann-- Wise, Lester--112, 219 Wolfe, Connie--107, 138, 191 Wolfe, Doris--134, 219 Wolfe, Jerry- -2 19 Woods, Wilbur--122, 191 W oody , David--137, 139, 158,203 Woody, Lydia- -203 Worley, Eddie-- Worley, Jimmy - - 123 , 191,219 Worley, Kathy- -191 Worley, Ronnie- -123, 211 Worley, Sharon--2 19 Worley, Vicky- -2 19 Wright, Evel ' yTi--132, 191 Wright, J a ne - - Wright, Mr. Jerry- -30 Wright, Landon-- Wright, Ronnie--191 Wright, Stella--135, 211 Y Yarber, Ralph-- Yarber, Shirley--115, 191 Yates, Linda--46, 134, 2 19 York, Lawrence--191 York, Patrick-- 1 12 , 2 19 Young, Mark- -59 , 1 12 , 125 , 19 1 256 AUTOGRAPHS I ) « } m ■ ... ?■ f FOR REFERENCE Do Not Take From This Room


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