Virginia High School - Virginian Yearbook (Bristol, VA)

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PUBLISHED BY THE VIRGINIAN STAFF VIRGINIA HIGH SCHOOL BRISTOL, VIRGINIA EDITOR MICHAEL KING ASSOCIATE EDITOR PEGGY PARKS BUSINESS MANAGER NANCY STALLARD BRISTOL PUBLIC LIBRARV 701 Goode Street Brietol, Virgini 24201 Table Of Contents Introduction 4-13 Student Life 14-43 Academics 44-75 Organizations 76-117 Athletics 118-143 Administration 144-163 Album 164-227 Advertisements 228-248 Index 249-255 Finale 256 2 3 The Spirit Of VHS The orange and black of her school colors symbo- lize the spirit of Virginia High. In the orange, we see the color and pageantry of V-T week . . . the fellow- ship of club activities . . . the outstanding accom- plishments of our students in interschool competition . . . the efforts put into athletics . . . the winning touchdown ... an “A”. In black we see the dull humdrum of everyday life . . . the carelessness of the apathetic student . . . long hours spent studying for that important test . . . the gloom of defeat . . . the unsure future fac- ing each senior after graduation. 4 5 Apathy — The Lack Of Spirit Remember . . . falling asleep in class . . . wan- dering aimlessly down the hall, forgetting what class is next . . . homework left undone for no special reason . . . getting caught by the teacher daydreaming — gazing into thin air. Apathy — It happens to the best of us. 7 The Spirit Of Tomorrow . . . Tomorrow the spirit of graduation from Virginia High will be memories to some, the reality of the present to others, and future goals for still others. This spirit is symbolized by gold honor cords . . . hopes of each Senior to be recognized on Class Night ... the weariness after a long day decorating for the prom . . . pilgrimages to State Street Church to practice for baccalaureate . . . the awe and rever- ence of the baccalaureate service itself . . . hearing the name called . . . receiving the diploma . . . tear filled eyes facing a bright, new world ahead. 8 9 The Spirit Of Today . . . The spirit of today is the life of a student . . . ringing bells . . . scurrying feet as stu- dents rush to classes . . . puff, puff, puff, followed by announcements . . . students listening to lectures — some attentive — oth- ers asleep . . . spirited discussions arousing controversy . . . the tenseness of speaking before classmates . . . lunchtime spent studying for that important test . . . exhaust- ing Physical Ed. classes . . . the pep rally — Two Bits, Four Bits, Six Bits a Dollar . . . “All hail to thee our dear Virginia”. 11 The Spirit Of Another Year Where will we be one year from now? . . . studying harder than ever in an insti- tute of higher learning . . . seeking a de- gree in a specialized field . . . packing up each weekend to visit a neighboring school . . . working in a local business . . . meet- ing new teachers . . . exploring unfamiliar subjects . . . striving to greet new stu- dents and old friends . . . becoming up- per classmen . . . campaigning eagerly for that desired office . . . taking our place as a citizen of the nation, state, and commu- nity. VA TENN A GOOD PLA ' CE TO LIVE 12 13 STUDENT LIFE Take A Trip With Me The climax of the junior and senior year — the prom . . . that special invitation . . . long weary hours spent decorating . . . the Hawaiian scene — an assimulated island complete with palm trees, parrots and stone idols . . . the walls re- verberating with “soul” . . . the flashing lights . . . dancing in spite of tired feet ... the elating fragrance of flowers . . . soft farewells . . . another memory. 16 Left: Hula Dancers also made the scene on the night of the prom. Right: Students relax together between dances. Bottom: V.H.S. students swing to the rythmn of the Checkmates. 17 Athletic Banquet Features Ray Mears Honoring Bearcat athletic stars . . . eating in the transformed VHS cafeteria . . . enjoying the entertain- ing speech by the UT basketball Coach Ray Mears . . . applause . . . topping the evening off with a dance . . . a fitting reward for many hours of hard work. Top Left: Dean Jones and Sharon Pittman are being served while Carole Whicker looks on. Top Right; UT Coach Ray Mears speaks to students. Bottom: Students fellowship with one another over their meal. i n ■■ ill iT WA- ' t TiJr., .tS i i ' f Seniors Honored At Class Night Formal dress . . . receiving a coveted award . . . disappoint- ment in a lack of achievement . . . first realization that high school life is almost over . . . turning the privileges over to a new class of seniors. 19 Graduation — Night Of Achievement Wearing caps and gowns . . . listening to words of en- couragement . . . ascending the platform . . . receiving a diploma . . . suddenly becoming an adult with a new excit- ing world to conquer . . . smiles . . . tears . . . goodbyes. Center Left: Students receiving their caps and go «ns. Center Right: Dr. Kovacs addressing the seniors. Bottom: Class of 1969 awaiting that final moment. The Graduates Top; Smiling faces display the graduates feelings. Bottom Left: Dr. Van Pelt presents Gary Salyers with his diploma. Bottom Right: Overwhelming happiness is displayed by two graduates. 21 Students Enjoy VT Week Clubs spending money and time on elaborate decorations . . . cheering in the halls . . . pep ral- lies . . . skits . . . ‘‘Only the strong survive” . . . the hot dog supper . . . yelling at the bonfire . . . avoiding a fall on the snake dance . . . mums . . . the highlight — the game . . . ‘‘It ' s crying time again” . . . the victory (?) dance . . . tears. ANOrfjrS CORD Bearcat " Wna UJnicrt ivc alt (our. so dear • ' ' We ' ve been so veru proud of noi ' ' Dmi hout mis foot Hiis Fridau niaKt uoull look tiour best . Und cueruone u)(U " m run all ooer THS, One -hundred -one to three bous and coaches,foo CL + moke 6 uunnitiq team . ' M u n .1 ( ( 5 fo spirit f drive youre the best the tuodd has seen WeueW the trophy tino years in o row ' ihni doubt 1hat a-eat tui l make it three ' Lit thib i Qts V-T Bout ! Sotoifjuboys weW cheered all £|| •a. rue sou: ' Qonnd Lain vUere uiith cjouall ' ii- ' 1 1 . by thf Chealeodas, Top Left: Janice Campbell portraits a " bare bearcat " . Top Right: " Do you be- lieve in the hereafter?” asks Andy Kristofek of Susan Silcox. Bottom Left: Kay Kelley, Susie Greer, Corinne Kearfott string streamers for VT week. Bottom Right: One student ' s idea of a Viking. 23 Center Left: The halls were “dressed up " for VT week . . .-Cen- ter Right: Teresa Tabscott works on one of the colorful posters. Bottom: Students cheer happily at our main VT pep rally. Top: Everyone had a great time at the hot dog supper that preceded the bonfire and snake dance. Bottom: Spirited students adorn car with orange and black. 25 Top: A schedule of the many activities for students during V-T Week, Center: Finish- ing the week’s events was the not too triumphant " victory” dance. Bottom: Miss Whitley and Miss Acuff take up tickets to V T dance. 26 Students vs. Faculty The novelty of black and blue pantaloons . tricks of the trade . . . long range hook shots . last minute suspense . . . overwhelming victory . right (?) triumphs again. Top left: Mike James takes a shot. Right: Students express optimism Bottom: But the faculty had the referees. 27 Expressions The many phases and moods of life at Virginia High are reflected in the faces of students . . . ouch! . . . “tiptoe through the puddles” . . . tenseness at a big game . . . 0000, that’s wet! . . . beat ' em ' Cats . . . pie in my eye . . . “smile, you’re on Candid Camera. 29 Fads And Fashions Top Left: Plaids and bell bottoms gave a new look to the halls of VHS. Top Right: Sheri Cox and Danny Phillips says “let it blow” as they are snug in their leather and CPO coats. Bottom: Knee socks and high heels? Fashion reflects the changing times. 30 1 Top: Butch Shelton and Cora Stwert pose in his stylish sweater shi rt and her long-waist dress. Bottom: Charlie Jones smiles for the camera in his wire frame glasses. Center: Vicki Rachel pauses a moment in her new styl- ish maxicoat. 31 32 VHS Boys Fall Victims Of Twirp Week Suddenly girls call boys, buy pizzas, open doors, and ask for dates ... a king, Sam McVey, rules over the activi- ties . . . that distinctive mark — a little bird uniquely decorated — is ever- present . . . baffled boys are forced to say yes to strange girls . . . fan- tastic costumes are contrived by the minds of our merciless Kangaroo Court Judges — the cheerleaders . . . the highlight of this week is the Valentines dance with (or without) that special date. Top Left: Steve Smith displays tv irp. Top Right: Walter Hendricks and Susie Greer endure their punishment. Center: Sam McVey, King, is trapped by Carolyn Keartott. Bottom: Steve Knipe and Jane Groseclose are victims ot Kangaroo Court. 33 Awards Top Left: All-State First Chair Band members Mike Crowe and David Woody are never caught feeling “down on the dumps’’. Top Right: Peggy Parks, National Merit Finalist, poses prettily next to Pisces, her sign. Center: Julian Cunningham, Sharon Pope, Donnie Smith, Pam Edwards, Mary Jo Pauley, Mary Odell, Danny Smith, and Tommy King, All-Regional Chorus members perch on Mr. Perry’s “Cadillac”. Julian Cunningham, Mary Odell, Danny Smith and Tommy King went on to win All-State Chorus. Bottom: Quentin Lewis displays the trophies that he won in the district forensics meet. 34 Left: Lenore Collins, winner of the Betty Crocker Award, kneads dough for rolls. Below Right: David Scarboro accepts the District Voice of Democ- racy Award. Center: Julian Cunningham displays talent used to win first place in the Junior Division of the Hallmark Art Contest. Bottom Left: Bob Dunkin won a honorable mention in the Washington Crossing Essay Con- test. Bottom Right: Steve Parrot reads over his winning essay sponsored by the DAR. Spring Festival Reflects The Times The Beat Goes On . . . they’re danc- ing . . . they sing so well . . . it’s the Age of Aquarius . . . Howell Cross, the master of ceremonies . . . was that the V-Men I heard? . . . who else? ... a queen and king . . . tears of joy . . . it’s Jane King and Billy Bryant. Top: The Age of Aquarius was displayed beautifully on our colorful backdrop. Bottom: The Mural Committee, Theda Faucette, Vicki Johnson, Fred Tate. Lester Wise, Sharon Pope, Gary Elmore, Danny Leonard, Sherry Thomas, Sheri Cox, Merle Warren, Ramona Knox, Karen Perkins, Carol Bower, Teresa Tapscott, Julian Cun- ningham, and Donna Tavlor pose by their work. 36 The dancers of the “Fabulous Forties” were: Vaughn, Murray, Hamilton, Booher, Greene, Hagy, O’Dell, King, Wilson, Williams, Blaylock, Shaffer, Gross, Ellis, and Smeltzer. ; j ■« 1 1 n ■ ■■ r fSKW LJ 1 The members of the Chorusmen Ten who performed were: Stone, Hall, Spriggs, Smith, Fulp, Morton, Cunningham and Walling. 37 Top Left: Usherettes — Dickert, McCroskey, Oakes, Lovett, Whicker, and Jennings. Top Right; Ned Stedman enthusiastically amuses the audience with his version of “It’s In The Book”. Bottom: Vicki Rutter smiles at the photographer after an exasperating dance. 38 Above: The dancers in “Tan Shoes and Pink Shoelaces’’: Clay, Huntley, M. Pope, Shelton, I. Pope, Fulp, M. Pender, J. Pender, S. Pope, and kneeling, J. Spriggs. Left: Julian Cunningham reminisces the days of Nat King Cole with “Rambling Rose.” Right: Howell Cross and Director Mrs. McNutt pause to have their picture taken. 39 Top Left: Organist, Mike Crowe, provides the mood for “The Beat Goes On”. Top Right: Donna Taylor and Gary Booher bring back memories with the “Charleston”. Bottom: Billy Bryant and Mike Ellis serenade the Hula Dancers: Haire, Geromanos, Denny, Cox, McCroskey, Hoss, and Tabscott. 40 The Cha Cha Cha Dancers featured Bowie, Pope, Bryant, Allen, M. Ellis, Kearfott, Blackley, Geromanos, Stophel, White, Smith, Rutter, Sparkman, J. Ellis. The Soft Shoe Dancers were Danny Smith, Stone, Odum, Cross, King, Bowman, Hawkins. Parrott, Shipley, Walling, Dye, and Donnie Smith. Kneeling: Foster and Oxendine. 41 Royalty Queen Jane King King Billy Bryant Top: Queen Jane King and King Billy ryant pose for their coronation picture. Bottom: First runners up Steve Parrot and Debbie Hagy, Second runners up Danny Barker and Robin Arnold, Third runners up Steve Smith and Sharon Moretz, and Fourth runners up Danny Smith and Carolyn Bailey. 42 Contestants First Row: Leonard, Herndon, McVey, W. Stophel, Silcox, Tate, Tapscott, Lowe, Green. Second Row: Brooks, Clay, Dutton, Swiney, M. King, Stallard, Roberts, Russell, Jones, Pittman. Third Row: Gable, T. Smith, Woody, Kegley, Blackley, Cox, Houser, Greer, T, King, Thurmond. Fourth Row: J. Brown, C. Leonard, B. Brown, E. Brown, Baxley, A. Arnold, Corvin, Littleton, M. Stophel, Campbell. First Row: Parrot, Dye, Harrison, Barker, Keesee, Sandoe, Smith, Kelly, Hackley, Cox. Second Row: Bryant, McCroskey, Large, Moretz, Johnson, Cross, D. Smith, Hensley, S. Smith, Odum, Koltunski, Faucette. Third Row: Melkowski, Meaney, D. Smith, Bailey. Hagy, Kinder, Groseclose, J. Ellis, Mitchell, Arnold. Fourth Row: Stone, Denny, Gemmell, Ellis, Barker, Whicker, Henner, Miles, Durrance, D. Hagy, Sparkman. Stevens. 43 ACADEMICS INDUSTRIAL ARTS Science Explores Nature Science students find whole new realms of interests . . . those sickening dissections . . . tracing a starfishes genetic background . . . reacting a metal with an acid to get a base and or gas . . . hoping that this time that mix- ture won’t explode . . . that “theoretical” me- chanical advantage that can never be achieved . . . bacteria cultures looking like fluffy white clouds . Left; James Dowell studies Biology. Below: Margie Livings- ton studies her general science. Center: Mr. Blankenship’s class observe drawing in biology. 46 1 Right: Mr. Spangler’s students watch a vidio recording of the Apollo 12 launch. Below: Mrs. Harrenburg and several of her fifth period biology class inspect a new aquarium. 47 Mathematics — A Must For College Right: Blaine Owens works on an Advanced Math assignment. Below: Ned Stedman and Terry Gable look over some Geometry projects. 48 In the Mathematics Department we have the gen- eral courses, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and Advanced Mathematics with the rememberances of . . . 1 + 3 . . . unsurmountable equations . . . theorems . . . the square of the hypotenuse equals . . . annual Geometry exhibits . . . sine + cosine. Top: Debbie Dye works on a Trig problem. Middle: Two Geometry students work on the proof of " The Bridge of Fools”. Bottom: Mrs. Barber explains a difficult Trig problem to the class. i 49 English — A World Of Adventure Top: Miss Acuff gives a spelling test to her Freshmen students. Below: Freshmen students work on an English composition. 50 Top: Voice of Democracy finalists draw numbers from Mr. Cummins. Bottom: Mrs. Williams’ Sopho- more English students work on their assignment. English concerns us with the boredom of lec- tures . . . endless studies of grammar . . . vocab- ulary books . . . anxiety of speeches ... re- search papers . . . adventures in literature . . . written compositions . . . forensic competition . . . debates. 51 Right: Leslie Watford works on an English composition. Below: Tim Statzer works on his Voice of Democracy speech. Bottom: Mrs. Williams assists one of her English students. 52 Above Left: Quentin Lewis gives his speech instructing students the way to change a tire. Above Right: Pam Edwards shows fellow students the proper way to brush their teeth. Left: The students gather in the teacher ' s parking lot to listen to Quentin’s speech. Speech Knocking knees before an unsmiling audience . . . impromptu lectures on garbage-can lids and moratoriums . . . heated debates . . . growing self-confidence . . . rewards and recognition in forensics competition . . . the hilarity of charades . . . the emotional beauty of dramatic reading . . . lasting skills and poise acquired. 53 Top Left: Mr. Harris looks on as Mary Swiney and Diane Huntley put up a bulletin board. Top Right; Students listen to a speaker from the United States State Department. Bottom: Kathy Geromanos puts up a U.S. History poster. 54 Social Studies Host Guest Speaker In Social Studies we remember . . . spir- ited discussions . . . dates . . . lectures . . . colorful maps . . . politics . . . book reviews . . . last minute projects . . . the world of yesterday and today. Left: Government class works on assignment. Be- low: Mr. Curcio instructs government class. 55 Top: Jim Seavers, David Post, and Mrs. Daniel lis- ten to Latin tapes. Center: Jerry Wolfe, Danny Ed- wards, Dorothy Holmes, Melissa Lilley playing in the sandbox? Bottom: Johnny King and Becky King studying in Spanish. 56 Language Stimulates Interest In Foreign Lands Top: Bridget Dickert studies her Spanish book. Bot- tom: Terry Gable and Randy Salyers studying Span- ish. iComo estas? . . . Comment-allez vous? . . . Valesne? . . . conjugations ... de- clensions . . . conversations . . . transla- tions . . . headphones on full blast . . . sandbox displays . . . last minute projects . . . a never ending struggle. 57 Top: Sherry Thomas, Fred Tate and Theda Faucette examine the conservation projects the Art classes drew. Bottom: Dick Cum- bow sketches the view from the front porch. 58 The Inner Self Art Spattered paint . . . colored chalk . . . etch- ings . . . messy paper maches . . . sculptures . . . collages ... pop art .. . the wonderful world of color. Top: Students work on the conservation project. Bottom: Boys examine some of the sculptures made by former art students. 59 Skills Developed In Industrial Arts Industrial Arts takes in woodcutting . . . tables . . . hammers . . . nails . . . saws . . . cutfingers . . . leather . . . welding ... a miniature house ... a future carpenter. Top: Students try their skills at leather working. Below Left: Mr. Dugger instructs students how to cut leather. Below Right: James Dowell draws a circuit diagram. 60 Top: Students watch a recorded demonstration given by Mr. Dugger. Above Left: Students in the electronics class listen to a lecture given by Mr. Dugger. Above Right: Industrial Art stu- dents work with leather. 61 Students Learn New Crafts Broken pencil points . . . straight lines, house plans . . . tracings . . . blueprints . . . crooked divider points . . . dirty hands . . . orthographic projections . . ■ the life for the draftsmen. Top: Mr. Ehler explains orthographic projection to mechanical drawing students. Above Left: Phil Tauscher is aided by Mr. Myers. Right: Ricky Corvin works on a drawing. 62 Students Given Special Opportunities New experiences . . . movies . . . bowl- ing instructions . . . the first explorers . . . clouds ... a door to new opportuni- ties. Right: Debbie Pawn works a math problem on the black- board. Below: Mrs. Thrash instructs the special education class. 63 Home Economics Teaches Skills In The Home Home Ec. reminds us of pots and pans . . . spattered grease . . . burnt fingers . . . tasty puddings . . . breakfast at 2:00 . . . straight seams . . . designs . . . modeling . . . child care booklets . . . practical training for that living in a future household. Left: Vanessa Singleton making Christmas dec- orations. Above: Tere sa Gibson preparing food 64 65 Top: Mr. Hooper instructs Teresa Owenby in the use of a machine. Above Left: Thomas Eury types an assignment. Above Right: Office Training students practice with machinery. 66 I Commercial Arts Dept. Prepares Students For Future 1 The Business world . . . typing . . . dictation . . . timed writings . . . balancing the books . . . shorthand . . . bouncing checks . . . files. Top: Mrs. Creger’s typing class takes a time test. Bottom Left: Students in typing class listen attentively to assignment being made. Bottom: Miss Patsy Davis, a student teacher from East Tennessee University, helps Debbie Strickland with a bookkeeping assignment. 67 ICT Trains For The Future Industrial Cooperative Training . . . skills for the future . . . V.I.C.A. . . . 11:30 . . . new jobs . . . experimentation in a new field of interest . . . the future world of business. Top: William Davidson looks over floral arrange- ment. Bottom left: Karen Green adds finishing touches to a newly styled wig. Bottom right: D.O. girls help with Lee Street Nursery. 68 D.E. Students Learn Job Skills Bottom: Joey Harrison makes a speech on future D.E. activities. Top: Two D.E. students work with an adding ma- chine. The life of working students . . . clerks . . . office training . . . perfect salesmanship . . . store management . . . businessmen and women of tomorrow. 69 70 Life Is For The Physically Fit Exhaustion . . . relays . . . volleyball games . . . archery skills . . . baseball . . . freshmen vs. sopho- mores . . . health classes . . . first aid techniques . . . once around the track . . . the physically fit. Driver Training Gets New Car Ignition . . . gas ... go .. . curves . . . the open road . . . policemen . . . crash . . . flat tires . . . last minute sig- nals . . . brake . . . stop . . . victory — the license . . . the New Drivers Of Today. Top: Mr. Hurley prepares the car for a lesson. Bot- tom: Mr. Hurley instructs Carolyn Bailey, Chris Miles, Patricia Clarke, Susan Shipley and Mike Groseclose. 72 I Guidance Assist Students In Planning Top: Students listen to a representative from Mer- cer College. Bottom: Mr. Hall assists Charles Stanley. Schedules . . . college transcripts . . . achievement tests . . . College Day . . . solutions to problems ... a shoulder to cry on . . . the helping hand in a crisis. 73 Library Sponsors Book Fair Books . . . books . . . books . . . files . . . reference books . . . quiet . . . magazines . . . projections . . . the Dewey Decimal system . . . fiction . . . history . . . biography . . . adven- tures in reading. ■n .m ' 1 m IHi n I W a JBBr ' i MUNlNi B Mm 1 |L !■ 1 jV . ■ Top Left: Zane Thomas stamps library books. Top Right: Mark Baker Checks out books. Bottom: Dennis Vicars looks for a book. 74 Students Make Welcome Use Of Study Hall A time of peace . . . iast minute homework . . . make-up tests . . . sleep . . . tomorrow’s assignment . . . doodling . . . s-h-h-h . . . tranquility. Left: Terry Smith relaxes and looks at a magazine. Below: Harvey Cooper and Joe Perry catch up on current events. 76 I 77 S.C.A. Led By John Brown Homeroom Representatives Front: SavinskI, Hubbard, Minnick, President Brown, Gregory. Third: O ' Dell, Ellis, Kearfott, Blevins, Hawkins, Melkowski, Canty, Blankenship, Worley. Second: Silcox, Greene, Umberger, Smith. Fourth: Pittman, King, Barker, Martin, Goodpasture, Thurston, Stone, Littleton, Farris, Harrison, Statzer, Cox, Thomas. S.C.A. Officers Right: Reporter Baxley, Treasurer Leonard, President Brown, Secretary Smith, Vice- President Clark. The student Co-operative Associa- tion functions as the student govern- ing body of Virginia High School. It is composed of representatives elected from each homeroom, but the entire student body forms the organization. The S.C.A. officers operate the supply booth each morning, selling various school supplies to provide money for the organizations activi- ties. 78 Club Council Front: Stewart, Edwards, Swiney, Jennings, Clay, Ateyeh, Hale, Whitaker. Second: Walling, Freeman, Mellett, Knox, Miles, Bailey, J. King, Arnold, Smith, Cox, Hubbard. Third: Stophel, Hagy, Keesee, Barker, Harrison, Cutshaw, Everett, T. King, Mitchell, Livingston, M. King. The Club Council is composed of all the presidents of clubs at Virginia High. Its main function is to coordinate the many and varied clubs of the school by promoting greater interest and activity in them. The Council also improves organization of clubs at the school by ena- bling each president to discuss problems and express the views of his or her particular club. Above: Larry Clarke installs John Brown as S.C.A. President. 79 Beta Club Takes In Scholars The National Beta Club is an honor organization for students who maintain a scholastic and citizenship average of “B " . The Club holds fund raising projects such as the sale of candy and a window wash to raise money for the annual Beta Club Convention. Front; President Barker, Vice President Smith, Secretary Thurmond, Treasurer King, Stallard, Sponsor Miss Acuff. Second; Lee. Dye, Cooper, Umberger, Sharrett, Williams, Shipley. Third; M. King, T, King, Wallace, Odum, Arnold, D. Houser, Goins, Hawkins. Fourth; Combs, Swiney, Statzer, O’Dell, Morton, Stringer, Fifth; Blevins, Griswold, Pender. Ellis, Geromanos, Cutshaw, Kearfott. Sixth; Whitaker, Silvers, Sluder, Hale, Parks, Fleenor, White. Seventh; Dunkin, Parrott, Dutton, Gibson, Miles, Brown. Eighth; Kinder, Ateyeh. President Baker and Sponsor Acuff confer on BETA Club policies. 80 Junior Jaycees Vary Active The Junior Jaycees undertook many activities this year. The organization held a car wash, worked on the dime board, and helped the Jaycees with the sale of Christmas trees. Also they sponsored a talent show and aided in the March of Dimes. Front: President Keesee, Secretary Leonard, Sweetheart Sandoe, Pipen, Treasurer Sword, Sponsor Mr. Harris. Second: Stone. Smith, Woody, Post, Reporter Stophel, Roark, Canty. Third: Martin, Knipe, Blackley, Sparkman, Schneider. 81 Boy’s Hi-Y Attends Assembly The Boy’s Hi-Y is a service club dedicated to maintaining high standards of living in all phases of life. This year the Hi-Y helped sponsor a World Week of prayer service, participated in the Hi-Y — Tri-Hi-Y workshop held at the local YMCA, and helped in the March of Dimes Drive. They also decorated the cafete- ria for V-T Week along with the Tri-Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Other projects included a doughnut sale and attending the Virginia Model General Assembly in Richmond. Front: Sponsor Mr. Wilkinson, President T. King, Vice-President Brown, Treasurer Johnson, Sweetheart Smith, Secretary Parrott, Sergeant-at-Arms Fleenor, Chaplain M. King. Second: Dunkin, Blackley, Stophel, Cooper, Umberger, Salyer. Third: Owens, Stringer, Seavers, Jackson, M. Smith. Fourth: Gable, Lewis, Sparkman, D. Smith. Right: President Tommy King confers with Sponsor Mr. Wilkerson. 82 Tri-Hi-Y Has Doughnut Sale Front: President Miles, Vice-President Knox, Secretary Thurmond. Treasurer Parks, Sergeant-at-Arms Hawkins, Sweetheart Henner, Reportorians Kearfott and Shipley, Chaplain Ellis, Sponsor Miss Reeves. Second: Greene. Clark, C. Kearfott, Thomas, Dickert, O’Dell. White. Third: Cain, Greer, A. Arnold, Hag y, R. Arnold, Leonard, Odum. Fourth: Henner, Hairston, McCulloch, Thompson, Edwards. Fifth: Kerr, Fagan, Warren, Pauley, J. King, Kelly. The Tri-Hi-Y is an affiliate of the YMCA. Its main purpose is to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character. Some of its activities this year included a doughnut sale, the V-T balloon throw, signs and breakthroughs for our teams, and adopting families for Thanksgiving and Christmas. 83 Key Clubbers Are College Day Guides The Key Club, a boys’ service organization, is affiliated with the Kiwanis International. The main objective of the club is to encourage citizenship and initiative. Some Key Club activities include the raising and lowering of the United States and Virgi- nia flags each day, selling of V-T corsages, serving as guides for College Day, and acting as escorts to volunteer M-S workers. Below; Members work on V-T decorations. Right: Gary Wallace sells Charlie Gemmell and Gary McCray V T corsages. Front; Chaplain Smith. Sergeant-atArms Clark. Secretary Dutton. Vice President Barker. Sweetheart Arnold. President Mitchell, Treasurer Wallace, Houser. Second: Hackley, Walling, Bryant, Radler. Meade, Jones. Third: Houser, Brown, Baxley, Horne, Corum, Jones. Alpha Foundation Gives V-T Skit Front: C. Widner, Rosser, Leonard, Campbell, Reporter D. Widner, Secretary Lee, Vice-President Silcox, President Bailey, Treasurer Pittman, Sergeant-at-Arms Stallard, Chaplain Hamilton, Sandoe, Tate, King, P. Kegley. Back: Faucette, Gregory, Cross, Denny, Tolbert, Clark, Fleenor, Sponsor Mrs. Ashe, Silcox, Racheal, Sampson, Tabscott, M. Hamilton, Pullon, Pope. Left: Carolyn Bailey and Patricia Clarke put up sign in the hall for V-T Week. The Alpha Foundation is a girls’ club whose main pur- pose is to promote the growth of character, friendship, and cooperation throughout the members of the club, the school, and community. They made signs for various ball- games and decorated the new wing for V-T Week. Also the foundation put on a skit for the V-T Pep Rally. Other activi- ties include window washes, adopting a needy family at Christmas, attending church, and Christmas Banquet. Club members are distinguished by their navy blue swea- ters with the Hebrew letter for Alpha. 85 Tri-Delta Decorates Cafeteria Seated: Todt, Keesee. Fleenor, Morton, Whicker, Fleenor, Whicker, Sweetheart Barker, Vice President Gibson, Treasurer Russell, Ftoss, Farnham, Brown, Saul. Kneeling: President Smith. Standing: Kinder, Littleton, Combs, Green, Johnson, Lane, Davidson, Sproles, Hawthorne, Statzer, Swiney, Bowman, Griswold, Stevens. The Tri-Delta-Tri-Hi-Y is a service club affiliated with the national Y.M.C.A. Its purpose is to create standards of high character throughout the home, school, and community. This year for the first time, the club bought new uniforms. They sponsored a car wash in the fall. As service projects they aided in the Muscular Dystrophy Drive, March of Dimes, and the Tuberculosis Association. Above Left: Several members paint poster for cafeteria. Above: Delta girls rest for a moment after decorating. 86 Jr. Civitan Promotes Leadership Seated: Sponsor Mr. Towns, President Harrison, Vice-President McVey, Sweetheart Kearfott, Secretary Parrott, Treasurer Ross, Sergeant-at-Arms Bailey, Chaplain Livingston. Standing: Perry, Goins, Eury, Gabel, Dorton, Morrissey, Rob erts, Riggs, Cooper, Smith, Leonard, Smeltzer. I 1 j The Junior Civitan Club is organized and sponsored by the Civitan Club of Bristol. The purpose of the Club is to cultivate social relations and good fellow- ship, to cooperate in all kinds of activities, to promote clean living and good sportsmanship, and to be builders of good citizenship. 87 Interact Club Decorates Hall Front: President Everett, Vice President Bates, Secretary Gilmer Sweetheart King, Treasurer Anderson, Chaplain Groseclose, Corvin. Second: Cutshaw, Kristofek, McClellen, Salyers, Dowell, Newton, Third: Woody, Keen, Everett, Phillips, Dickert, Melkowski, Sponsor Mr. Williams. The Interact Club is a service organization sponsored by the Rotary Club of Bristol. The purpose of the club is to promote co-operation and friendship among its members in school and community activities. Projects included selling football and basketball programs at home games and assisting the Tuberculosis Association in its fight against respiratory diseases. Two large ban- ners for display at athletic events were also donated to the cheerleaders. Above: Alex Andersen and Jane King decorate balloon basket for front hall during V-T Week. 88 Y-Teens Work At Nursing Home The Y-Teen Club’s main goal this year has been to assist the personnel at the Bristol Nursing Home. The girls volunteer their services for a certain number of hours a week. Also, they worked in connection with the various programs of the Y.M.C.A. and the Y.W.C.A. j I I Left: Y-Teens make plans for future club meetings. Seated: Sponsor Mrs. Saunders, Humphrey, T reasurer Perry Rosen- balm, President Clay, Secre- tary Huntley, Chaplain Gillen- water. Council Representative Bo A ers, Hill. Standing; Livingston, Clark, Duff, Pender, Hughes, Sponsor Mrs. Williams, Beverley, Singleton. 89 Beta Foundation Has Bake Sale Front: Sponsor Mrs. Williams, President Cox, Third: Hale, Sluder, Ateyeh, Davis, Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Gibson, Reporter Dye, Sweetheart Blevins. Brown. Second: Fine, Groseclose, Blevins, Fleenor. The Beta Foundation is a service club which undertakes a variety of activities throughout the year. Among these are decorating for V-T week, providing a Santa Pal with a merry Christmas, selling cookies and cakes at bakesales, and having car washes. 90 Library Club Has Busy Year Seated: Cunningham, Secretary Patrick, President Stophel, Vice President Singleton, Treasurer Newton, Chaplain Smith. Standing: Sponsor Mrs. Cooper, McClanahan, Humphrey, Harter, Gillenwater, Duff, Clay, Campbell, Melvin, Pratt, Martin. The Library Club strives to stimulate interest in reading good books and render service to the librarian and stu- dents. Among the many routine activities of the club are the processing, the circulation, and the repairing of text- books and library materials; operating the audio-visual equipment: equipping fines, and sponsoring a book fair. Left; Wayne Jackson dusts book shelves. Above: Julian Cunningham is laminating pictures. 91 Science Club Stimulates Interest The Science Club encourages students to excel in the various fields of science and em- phasizes the many fields one can enter as a science student. Each year the club sponsors the Science Fair which exhibits the talents of the gifted students. This organization also pre- sents the “Bausch and Lomb” award to the most outstanding science student. Right: Andy Kristofek leads Science Club members in an experiment. Front: M. King, Vice President Dutton, Secretary J. King, President Cutshaw, Treasurer Thomas, Parks. Second: T. King, Smith, Arnold, Hagy, Silcox, R. Arnold, Hobson. Third: Greene, Sandoe, Greer, Lauman, Knox, Cooper. Fourth: Statzer, Pauley, Clark, Miles, Wallace, Groseclose. Fifth: Umberger, Johnson, Leonard, Mitchell, Acuff, Bryant. Sixth: Sponsor Mrs. Harenburg, Kristofek, Houser, Wheeler, McClellan, Houser. 92 Drama Club Has Best Car Front; President J. Mellett, Vice President Pauley, Secretary B. Greene, Treasurer Post, Reporter Gabel, Parliamentarian Stallard, Sponsor Mrs. Post. Second: Tapscott, Taylor, Tate, P. Greene, Thomas, Clay, H. Cross. Third: Faucette, Barker, Hoss, Booher, Murray, Koltunski. Fourth; Demetrius, Warren, Van Hoy, Clemets, Bower, F. Pauley, Johnson. Fifth: Burnette, Gilbert, Stevenson, Mellett, Lovett, Pippin, Mickells. Sixth: Patrick, Saul, Fleenor, Ellis, F. Cross, Goodpasture. The primary purpose of the Drama Club is to provide a training ground tor all those interested in the production of plays, either as actors or crew workers and to foster the public by the presentation of plays which they deem worthy of the thought and attention of the school and the City of Bristol. Membership in the club is open to all who would like to partici- pate. With this, the club also tries to serve the community in any way that is possible. Drama Club members enjoy the fruits of their many hours of labor in designing and decorating their entry in the V-T car parade. 93 F.B.L.A. Sponsor Tom Wat Sales Front; President Jennings, Vice-President Strickland, Secretary Carmody, Treasurer Crusenberry, Historian Oakes, Reporter Stapleton. Second: Sponsor Mrs. Martin, Smith, Newton, Van Hoy, Barker. Whicker, Mathesius. Third: Harrison, Dabbs, Jones. Campbell, Sage, Moore, Russell. The F.B.L.A. had as its main mone- tary project this year a Tom Wat Sales Campaign. This is gift items selling for not more than $3 and not less than $1. The money received from the profit was used to grant a Business Scholarship. The main so- cial event of the year was the Christ- mas Banquet at the Country House Restaurant. Above: Members sell Christmas Cards for money making project. 94 F.T.A. Learns About Teaching Profession Front: Treasurer Lane, Secretary Littleton, Sweetheart Sponsor Mrs. Dalton, Groseclose, Reporter Johnson, Combs, Vice President Taylor, President Hale. Second: Parliamentarian Woody, Historian Sluder. The Future Teachers of America Club is an organization for students who are interested in teaching as a profession. One of the main purposes is to cultivate qualities of leadership, character and scholarship among students. Each year members attend the annual statewide F.T.A. Convention. This year’s activities included a tea for teachers, selling basketball programs at the home games, and decorating the teacher’s lounge at Christmas. 95 F.H.A. Sponsors Lollipop Sale Front: Sponsor Mrs. Coleman, President Ateyeh, Vice President Mathesius, Secretary McCrosky, Sweetheart Bryant, Treasurer Holbrook, Activities Director Stevenson, Historian Murphy. Back: Lyttle, Thompson, C., Milhorn, A., Singleton, Beverly, Humphrey, Bowers, Fleenor. 1 L 1 1 ijjr Right: Members discuss plans for future meetings. This year the F.H.A. chose “Preparedness — The Key to Opportunity” as its program of work. It made its members aware of what opportunities await them. Work was carried out by guest speakers, making pamphlets available to the members and group discussions. Speakers were Home Economists from the Dairy Council, the Utilities Board, and the Health Department. Projects included bake sales, the annual V-T sucker sale and a Santa Pal. 96 student LIFE Club Has Thanksgiving Project 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 sea- sons of the year, placing a subscription of “Campus Life” magazine in the school library, and contributing to various national and community projects. Club members decorate car for V-T parade Members prepare “thanks” for faculty. Front: President U. Whitaker, Vice-President Williams, Secretary S. Whitaker, Historian Gillespie, Treasurer Large, Second: Sponsor Mrs. Williams, Gobble, Oakes, Harrison, Lyttle, Carmody, Third: Moretz, Blevins, Russell, Sponsor Miss Brown, Murphy. 97 V.I.C.A. Helps Students Get Jobs Front: Kenneth Miller and Leon Peters are busily working at the Coke plant. Vocational Industrial Clubs of Ame- rica is a cooperative plan of training for Juniors and Seniors who attend school one half day and train on the job for a minimum of fifteen hours per week. Work consists of a variety of jobs such as baking, auto mechanics, dental assistants, cosmetology, auto parts, stock, bottling, meat packing, domestic aids, cooks, and laboratory assistants. Leadership training is emphasized through district, state, regional and na- tional contests: these contests are speech, job interview, spelling, drafting, etc. Front: President Jackson, 1st Vice President Lowe, 2nd Vice President Leonard, Secretary McCray, Treasurer Baker, Reporter Jessie, Business manager Willis. Second: Hess, Bailey, Begley, Williams, Winters, Strickland, Green, Scott, Grace, Sponsor Boyd. Third: Ballard, Carrier, Reedy, Davidson, Peters, Miller, Thompson, Foster, Johnson, Williams. Fourth: Smith, Hall, Owens, Jackson, Moore, Cooke, Brookes, Mumpower, Robinson, Jackson, Murray. 98 D.E. Gives Apples To Faculty Front: Sponsor Mr. Cummins, President Hagy, 1st Vice President Davenport, 2nd Vice President Worley, 3rd Vice President Harrison, Parliamentarian J. Harrison, Treasurer James. Second: Social Secretary Patrick. Gibson, Reporter Combs, Secretary Hall. Third: Bouton, McCroskey, J. Harmon. Oakes. N. Murray, Fleenor, K. Crusenberry. Jones. S. Harmon, Sage, Beverly, Moore, Carmody, Jennings. Fourth: Gross, Hamilton. Stacey, Collins, Walsh, Saddler. Russell, G. Booher, Miller, Hayes, Savinsky, J. Crusenberry, Belcher, Foust, Leonard, Morgan. Fleenor, Milhorn, A. Booher. Fifth: R. Murray, Kinder, Chapman, Everette, Hartsock. Weeks. Holland. Reisler, Arnold, Johnson, Brewer. Sellers. Robinson. 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 na- tional meetings where D.E. students compete in areas of their study programs. Left: Barbara Fleenor presents apple to Mrs. Lewis. 99 Art Club Enlarges Membership Front: Martin, Moretz, Sandoe, Stevens, Farnham, Richardson Second: Singleton, Tritt, Leonard, Silcox, Rachael, Worley, Combs. Third: Eggars, Keesee, Leonard, Thompson, Todt, Johnson, Robbins, Bo A ie. Below: Millicent Pope explains portrait. Bottom right: Officers, Seated: President Knox, Vice President Warren: Standing: Secretary Pope, Treasurer Littleton, Reporter Griswold. Decorating the school for special events, art exhibits and display work kept Art Club members busy all year. One special activity is the designing and paint- ing of a gigantic mural for the Annual Spring Festival. Field trips sponsored by the club help art students to become acquainted with and develop an appreciation for the many cultural offerings of our community. 100 Front: Booher, Cooper, Statzer, Grubb, Salyers, Helton. Second: Robinson, Minnick, McCartney, Lane, Brown, Ratliff. Third: Bryan, Griswold, Wolfe, Goins, Davis, Pope, Moore, Wilson, Fourth: Collins, Carter, Gullion, Littleton, Lee, Mumpower. Fifth: Hackley, Pendergrass, York, Hines. I Front: Elmore, Tate, Bower, Taylor, Cox, Thomas. Second: Perkins, Wise, Faucette, Leonard, Vice President Warren, President Knox. Third: Secretary Pope, Johnson, Martin, Cunningham, D. Leonard, Sponsor Mrs. Copen- haver. 10 1 Spanish Club Has Bake Sale Front: President Stewart, Vice President Fagan, Secretary Rus- sell, Treasurer Houser, Reporter Holmes, Sponsor Mrs. Tallmadge, Second: Lauman, T. Gabel, Gero- manos, Kearfott, Clay, Gudger, West. Third: Murray, Hamilton, Booher, Blevins, Sword, Pender. Fourth: Hoss, Warren, Combs, Stevenson, McClellan, Holbrook. Fifth: Griffin, Stedman, Reedy, Stophel, Pauley, Hackley. Sixth: Houser, Kristofek, Lewis, Rob- erts, Stedman, V, Gabel. Below: Spanish Club holds bake sale downtown. Below right: Speaker holds the attention of all. 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 included decorating for Columbus Day, taking part in V-T Week, a Christmas Fiesta, and the annual open house in the spring. 102 I I French Club Has Bazaar ! The French Club tried to become more closely acquainted with French people and customs. They held a French Bazaar to earn money for the club as well as illustrate different types of French pastries. At Christmas the club decorated the bulletin board in the Study Hall using a religious theme because the most important part of Christmas to the French people is still the holy observance. Left: Members sell French pastries to hungry students. Front: Secretary Griswold, President King, Treasurer Williams, Vice President Shipley, Reporter Hawkins, Sergeant-at-Arms Greene. Second: Sponsor Mrs. Hubbard, Sizemore, Ellis, O ' Dell, Savinsky, Smiley, Campbell, Third: Fine, Whitten, Holbrook, Greer, Arnold, Odum, Kearfott, Blankenship. Fourth: Edwards, Rose, Cox, Gibson, Hale, Allen, McDaniel, Ellis. Fifth: Groseclose, Dougherty, Conner, Moretz, Blevins, Tate. 103 Latin Club Has Christmas Cart The Latin Club promotes interest of its members in the learning of Latin and of the Classics. The annual Junior Classical League Convention, the Faculty- Student Basketball game, and bake sales are some of its many activities dur- ing the year. Front: President Swiney, Vice President Stallard, Secretary Pender, Treasurer Thurmond, Reporter White, E. Brown. Second: King, Crowe, Johnson, Hamilton, Kelly, Smith. Third: Canty, Stewart, Leonard, Henner, Tate, Dickert, Rutter. Fourth: Gillespie, Mellett, Andersen, Shumaker, Parks. Fifth: Cutshaw, Dutton, J. Brown, Seavers, Gregory. Latin Clubbers present Christmas cart to faculty. The Pledge Class Front: Leonard, Parks, McCartney, Cooper, Hubbard, Wygal, Kirby, Stallard, Moderator. Back: Johnson, Clark, Harter. 104 m-m Chess Club Increased In Popularity Front: President Scarboro, Vice President Statzer, Sweetheart Hoss, Secretary-Treasurer Johnson, Sponsor Mr. Ehlers. Second: Ellis, Opengari, Davis, Pippin, Sword, Jones. Third: Dickey, Russell. Fourth: Smith, Melvin, Ryan, Neal. Fifth: Farris, Koltunski, Stallard. The Chess Club, new to the VHS scene, has already established its firm foothold as one of the most active organizations of the 1969-70 school year. With over 20 members in its 1st year, the club strived to gain the attention and participation of the students through its activities. Intra- mural and local high school competition offered an unprecedented opportunity for students to work both as a team and as individuals for a common goal, a “check- mate”. Above: Cathy Jones watches strategy of Duke Farris and Tony Pippin. 105 Little Virginian Appears On TV The main purpose and objective of the News- paper Staff of VMS is to write, publish, and distri- bute the school newspaper, ‘‘The Little Virgi- nian.” The staff is composed of nineteen specially selected students that provide the student body with informative and entertaining events in and around the school. The ‘‘Little Virginian” staff has sponsored two school dances, sold Bearcat pennants, sponsored the Homecoming Queen contest, and each spring, in conjunction with the annual staff, con- ducts a Publications Banquet. Seated: Johnson, J. King, Smith. Front (standing): Silcox, Thurmond, Belenky, Cutshaw, Arnold, Dye, Henner. Back: Associate Editor and Photographer Lewis, Stedman, R. Salyer, Gilbert, Greene, McClellan, Opengari, Business Manager W. Salyers, Editor-In-Chief T. King, Sponsor Mrs. Lewis, Sponsor Miss Whitley. 106 Top Left; The staff appeared on the WCYBTV program “Klassroom Kwiz”. Top Right: Sponsor Miss Whitley and Co-sponsor Mrs. Lewis. Middle; Editor-In-Chief Thomas King and Associate Editor Quentin Lewis. Bottom: Business Manager Larry Salyers. 107 ’70 Virginian Goes Modern Right: Managing Editor Peggy Parks, Album Editor Susan Shipley, and Editor-In-Chief Michael King check some Visa proofs. Above Left: Sponsor Miss Irene Brown and Co-sponsor Mrs. Mildred Copenhaver check the yearbook ' s progress. Right: Advertising Editor Sue Statzer, Copy Editor Mary Swiney and Business Manager Nancy Stallerd check advertising contracts. 108 Left: The annual staff appeared on the WCYB-TV program “Klassroom Kwiz”. Middle: Working on the book are: Rebecca Hawkins, Organizations; Terry Hamilton, Faculty; Sharon Pittman, Student Life, and Marsha Pender, Senior Section. Bottom: Linda Almaroad and Valerie McCulloch, Academics. Mike Salyer (standing), photographer, and Steve Smith and Dennis Houser, Sports Section. 109 Concert Choir First row; O’Dell, Vice-President Ellis, Taylor, Pope, Allen, Whicker, Morton, Clay, Dye, Lee. Second: Grace, Hale, Statzer, Sluder, Pauley, Pope, President Edwards, Pittman, Farnham. Third: Crusenberry, Odum, Tate, Cunningham, King, Jackson, Large, Cross, Secretary-T reasurer Pender. Fourth: Black. King, J. Pender, Reporter Jones, Gillespie, Parrott, Sparkman, Smith, Tritt. Concert Choir Officers Accompanist Ellis, President Edwards, Secretary- Treasurer M. Pender, Section-Head Dye, Section-Head J. Pender, Librarian Cunningham. Mixed Chorus Officers President Leonard, Vice-president Van Hoy, Secretary-Treasurer Livingston. no Mixed Chorus Top: Front: Gable, Patrick, Wann, Booher, D. Patrick, Fagan, Winters, Reporter L. Leonard, Fleenor, Secretary-Treasurer Denny, Vaughn. Second; Johnson, Cox, Wise, Davidson, Campbell, Williams, Bailey, Foster, Gobble, Brent, Third: Olinger, Sage, Fleenor, Johnson, Saul, Talley, Arnold, Brewer, Perry, Stewart, Fourth: Accompanist O’dell, President Walling, Huntley, Wilson, Jones, Ellis, Hendricks, Stone, Black, Shaffer, Fulp. Bottom: First: Canter, B., Cheatham, P., Smith, Worley, V., Barker, P., Mikell, S., Shores, K., Morrison, S., Van Hoy, Matthews, Williams, Wolfe. Second: Hawthorne, Arnold, Brown, Rosenbaum, Jones, Malone, Robinson, King, Smith. Third: Canter, Lovett, Pendleton, Brown, Hunt, Pope, Cross, Campbell, Brown. Fourth: Tolbert, Cumbow, Willis, Leonard, Pender, Livingston, Shumaker, Brown. Ill Boys’ Glee Club Glee Club Officers Reporter Gudger, Accompanist Ellis, President Wilson. First Row: Faidley, President Wilson, Accompanist Ellis, Reporter Gudger, Strouth. Second: McClannahan, Miller, Crusenberry, Sherwood, Morton. Third: Owens, Osbourne, Wolfe, Blake, Gemmell. Blaylock. Fourth: Collins, Johnson, Tittle. 1 Wmm iti ll — f- rHlBrhuwi 1 1 ‘ HI . MH wl. H j . 1 ’ HPi 1 M Boys’ Quartet D. Smith, Parrott, Tate, D. Smith, Shumaker. GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB Front: Lawson, Lyttle, President Freeman, McDaniel, Sears, Tritt, Shumate, Shaffer. Second: Saunders, Pruitt, Stedman, Burnette, Peters, Watford, Moore, McDaniel, Reporter Hensley. Third: Widner, Rose, Secretary-Treasurer Collin, Booker, Sexton, Tolley, Lawson, Campbell, Chandler, Walsh. Fourth: McCloud, Dye, Hughes, Livingston, Cox, Gilbert, Stevenson, Wright, Moretz, Slayers, Accompanist Tate. GIRLS’ ENSEMBLE Front: Dye, O’dell, Taylor. Second: Ellis, Odum. Third: Pender. Fourth: Pope, Pope, Edwards. 113 BIG ORANGE BAND Before the opening of school the Virginia High School Band went to Camp Greenville in South Carolina for one week to prepare for the upcoming football season. In Octo- ber, they participated in the Southeastern Band Festival in which they scored a division I rating, a second place for majorettes and a superior score for Drum Majorette Rita Sword. The band also played in numerous parades during the year, Christmas concerts at several elementary schools, the Spring Festival, and their own Spring Concert. The year of activities was concluded when the band marched in the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington and spent a week visiting the sights at the Capital. Top: Drum Majorette Rita Sword. Center: left, Director Hamp Richardson; right, Assistant Director R olland Seward. 114 I Lower Brass France, D. Hopkins, King, Groseclose, Pitrowski, Statzer, Fleenor, Bonham, Hendricks, Bowie, Duncan, Mason, Johnson, D. Hopkins. Majorettes Cain, Kegley, Baer, Bowman, Cox, Hoss, Rutter, Sandoe. Council Seated: Sword, Cain, Cox, Woody, Blackley, Statzer, Hendricks, Standing: Crowe, Rutter, Kegley, Gibson, Farmer, Seaver, Stringer, Duncan CLARINETS Front Row: Williams, Leonard, Barnes, Newman. Second Row: Crowe, Baer, Sandoe, Blackley. Third Row: Malone, Denton, S. Lane, Clements. Fourth Row: Hoss, Whitaker, Sword, Weatherly. Fifth Row: Wolfe, Blevins, Wilkinson, M. H. Gibson. FLUTES Fleenor, Dawson, Fine, P. Kegley, Rutter, Kearfott, C. Kegley, Cain, Hale, Combs, U. Whitaker. TRUMPETS Back left: Brown, S. Williams, G. Johnson, Stringer, Livingston, Bowman Cox, Rawn, Blankenship, S. Lane, Geromanos, Oxendine, Farris, Griffin, Umberger, M. Johnson, Woody, Mays, Ryan The band adds musical cheers at the pep rally. DRUMS Bond, Owens, Seaver, Green, Blackley, L. Wampler, V. Wampler. 117 ATHLETICS Cheerleaders Devoted To School Spirit Above: Teresa Odum, Cathy Leonard, Susan Silcox, Head Cheerleader Robin Arnold, Toni Smith, Alyson Arnold, Debbie Hagy. Right: Susan Silcox works on a V T decoration. Seven sparkling girls compose the Bearcat Cheerleading squad whose purpose is to elevate the spirit at Virginia High. During the summer the girls attend cheerleading camp where they learn new chants and cheers to instill life into the V.H.S. student body. During camp this year’s cheerleaders received superior ratings. The cheerleaders highlight the football sea- son with the elaborate directors of V-T week. Enthusiasm and all-around liveliness of these girls encourage all students to display the true spirit of Virginia High. 120 T Debbie Hagy, Alyson Arnold, and Toni Smith discuss upcoming cheer in the V-T game. m m all oCi«r 1H5, vw -hundred-one Tot raJte li lunninq tamij ' M ujhen it comes fe sprit ( dnvc Ijoure the best the ujoirld has seen. ' liie ' ue Above: Cheerleaders show school spirit by com- posing a poem about the mighty ' Cats. Left: Robin Arnold, Alyson Arnold, and Teresa Odum talk to quarter- back John Henner before the V-T pep rally. 121 Bearcat Football Team Hindered By Injuries ’69 Scoreboard VHS 29 John Battle 8 VMS 13 Graham 21 VHS 0 Grundy 32 VHS 21 Abingdon 14 VHS 13 Marion 14 VHS 16 William Fleming 21 VHS 28 Richlands 14 VHS 0 Tazewell 16 VHS 6 Thomas Jefferson 27 VHS 12 Tennessee High 14 Thomas Eury runs back a long punt return against John Battle. Front Row: Cooper, Morrissey, Hale, Barker, Booher, Roberts, Jones, Bryant, Dorton, Bowers, Hackley. Second Row; Coach Spangler, Combs, Terry Smith, Harrison, Bailey, Henner, McVey, Stophel, Livingston, Pauley, Smeltzer, Eades, Stanley, Leonard, Coach Buchanan. Back Row: Perry, Walls, G. Roberts, Steve Smith, Parrott, Dutton, Weiler, Blake, Shelton, Eury, Salyers, Edwards, D. Smith, Corvin, Coach Watford. 122 Above: Bearcat coaches: Buchanan, Head Coach Watford, Spangler. Left: David Harrison pulls do «n interception against John Battle. The 1969 Bearcat football team, although hindered by inju- ries and lack of experience showed great desire and willing- ness in the hard fought contests week after week. To open the season the Bearcats overpowered the Trojans, 29-8, with a brilliant team effort. The next two weeks the ’Cats were handed disappointing defeats by Graham, 21-13, and Grundy, 32-0. The Bearcats then bounced back with a 21-14 win over Abingdon. The Bearcats then dropped their next two games; Marion won 14-13 and Fleming of Roanoke beat the ' Cats in the Homecoming Game 21-16. The Bearcats then bounced back to defeat Richlands 28-14, before losing to the undefeated Tazewell Bulldogs, 16-0. In ankle-deep mud, the ’Cats were turned back, 27-6, by Thomas Jefferson. Finally, in the annual V-T Game, the Bearcats were edged 14-12, in a heartbreaker to Tennessee High. 123 Right: Bryant throws key block as Stophel breaks for paydirt. Above: McVey and Stophel stop Graham back for short gain. Top left: Shelton and Barker pursue Graham back. Above: Bailey bulls over for six in the Fleming game. Left: Managers Kelly, Bower, and Hobson. 125 McVey, Henner, Bailey, And Stophel Captain ’69 Bearcats Right: Stophel follows blocking as he breaks into the secondary. Below: Henner scrambles while looking for an open receiver. ! Above: Bearcat defenders maul Graham back. Left: Bailey uses stiff-arm to invade Graham territory. 127 Baby ' Cats Show Promise And Desire Front Row: Martin, McKamey, Brown, Edwards, Goins, Corvin, Salyers, Bowers, Pauley, Gabel. Back Row: Combs, Cooper, Miller, Blake. Second Row: Cross, Riggs, Ross, Parrott, Walls, Morrissey, Smith, Hackley, Stedman, Dutton, Blevins. 128 i Freshmen Suffer From Disappointing Season Front Row: DePriest, McClannahan, Canty, Cato, Crane, Arnold, Stine. Second Row; McCray, Cross, Shaffer, Bailey, White, Sherwood, Wood. Back Row: Coach Towns, Strout, Perkins, Smithson, Wells, Etter, Owens, Wilson, Cansler, Weatherly. Left: Freshman defense comes up with key play. Scoreboard VHS 10 Kingsport 2 VHS 15 Ketron 6 VHS 6 Kingsport 18 VHS 0 Abingdon 20 VHS 7 Tennessee High 18 129 Towns Takes Over VHS “Roundballers” Top; Foote, Durrance, MInnick, Jones, Cook, King, Pender, Salyers, Meade, Eury, Henner, Mitchell, Greenwell, Smith, Stophel, Coach Towns. Right: Wayne Stophel shoots from the head of the circle against Marion. 130 ivn Scoreboard VHS 81 Richlands 65 VHS 43 Tennessee High 62 VHS 55 East 72 VHS 74 John Battle 52 VHS 72 Tennessee High 63 VHS 62 Grundy 56 VHS 67 Graham 86 VHS 54 Abingdon 59 VHS 51 Marion 70 VHS 84 Grundy 80 VHS 60 Marion 74 VHS 40 Tazewell 64 VHS 76 John Battle 63 VHS 74 Richlands 69 VHS 82 Abingdon 70 VHS 68 Graham 113 VHS 57 East 81 VHS 54 Tazewell 60 Top: Harrison Cook drives past Abingdon defenders for two points. Left: Managers — Brown, Kelly, Jones. 131 Right: Eddie Durrance shoots jumper against Abingdon. Bottom Left: Harlon King shoots over Marion defender. Bottom Right: Wayne Stophel drives in for an easy shot against Abingdon. 132 Left: Dean Jones pulls down a rebound against Marion. Bottom: John Henner has an open shot in the final minutes of the Marion game. 133 134 B-Te am Finishes Strong ■ i wi I ' M fill If Top: Front Row - Fleenor, Blair, Hall, Everette, Bowers, Mitchell, Salyers, Edwards, Hobson. Back Row — Opengari, Green, Groseclose, Martin, Dowell, Shelton, Dennison, Williams, Coach Buchanan. Bottom: Shelton takes jump shot in Marion game. Scoreboard VMS 26 Richlands 32 VHS 28 Tennessee High 26 VHS 32 East 45 VHS 32 John Battle 36 VHS 28 Tennessee High 40 VHS 37 Grundy 47 VHS 29 Graham 59 VHS 36 Abingdon 44 VHS 28 Marion 40 VHS 62 Grundy 37 VHS 43 Marion 34 VHS 44 Tazewell 41 VHS 45 John Battle 36 VHS 57 Richlands 29 VHS 52 Abingdon 32 VHS 48 Graham 50 VHS 30 East 53 VHS 48 Tazewell 40 135 Freshmen Have Tremendous Season Front Row: Coach Icenhour, Collins, E. Johnson, Perkins, Eury, Wells, Owens, Strout. Back Row: Sherwood, Daniels, Bailey, J. Johnson, Wilson, Cato, Canty, Cross. Scoreboard VHS 54 Holston Valley 48 VHS 44 Holston 34 VHS 39 Abingdon 29 VHS 32 Tennessee High 26 VHS 56 Holston 13 VHS 48 John Battle 19 VHS 43 Bluff City 48 VHS 40 Tennessee High 34 VHS 35 John Battle 22 VHS 47 Holston Valley 43 136 Golf Team Shows Big Improvement Baxley, Wallace, Cunningham, Coach Watford, Bradley, Smith, Horner. Bill Smith shows form that led him to sixth place in the state. ’69 Scoreboard VHS 6 John Battle 6 ' ■ ' VHS 349 Marion 334 VHS 7 Abingdon 5 VHS 41 2 Tennessee High 7 VHS 341 Marion 344 VHS 348 Johnson City 313 VHS 346 Marion 341 VHS 5 Tennessee High 7 VHS 8 John Battle 4 VHS 8 University High 4 " ' Composite 137 Track Team Has Successful Season ’69 Scoreboard VHS 84 John Battle 52 VHS 83V2 Tennessee High 491 2 VHS 82 Marion District Meet 48 VHS 71 Tazewell 72 Alex Todt heaves the shot against Marion. Front Row: Stallard. K. Stanley, Dan Smith, Goins, G. Roberts, Johnson, Clark, Don Smith, Blackley. Second Row: Ross, Belenky, Wampler, Horne, C. Stanley, Harmon, Boyd, T. Smith, T. Stewart, Hamilton, Ratliff. Third Row: Harrison, King, Pender, Cross, Parrot, Hale, Radler, McVey, J. Roberts, Adams. Back Row: Littleton, Herman Baker, Parks, Henner, K. Stewart, Branson, Todt, Finley, Livingston, Thurston, Gordon, Fleenor, Coach Marion. 138 VV-W I I Bearcat leader, Donnie Branson, shows determination as ' he crosses the finish line. Thurston soars over the sawdust pit in triple jump. Track Standouts — Front Row: Todt, Livingston, Thurston. Back Row: Henner, Branson, Parks. 139 140 Bearcats Finish Third In State I Front Row: Cooper. Second Row: Groseclose, Dowell, Smith, Walker, Meade, Walls. Third Row: Salyers, Shelton, Bailey, Doss. Greenwell, Sparkman. Fourth Row: Houser, Bryant, D. Jones, Roberts, Shipley, C. Jones. Back Row: Hardoby, Fleenor, James, Corum, Barker, McVey, Coach Spangler. Left: Dean Jones waits for pitch against East High. Scoreboard VHS 2 Kingsport 6 VHS 12 Elizabethan 5 VHS 6 Johnson City 10 VHS 8 University High 1 VHS 5 East 9 VHS 11 Gate City 0 VHS 16 University High 5 VHS 5 Johnson City 9 VHS 5 Marion 6 VHS 8 East 2 VHS 4 Tennessee High 10 VHS 10 Grundy 4 VHS 6 Grundy 4 VHS 6 John Battle 19 VHS 3 Tennessee High 8 VHS 0 Elizabethan 10 VHS 1 Marion 2 VHS 1 John Battle 0 VHS 4 Gate City Region Tournament 3 VHS 5 Danville 4 VHS 2 William Fleming State Tournament 1 VHS 0 James Madison 1 Top: Mike Bailey displays power which led the ’Cats to the State Tournament. Right: Wayne Shipley singles to left. ( I Below: Hustling second baseman, Billy Corum, connects against East. Bottom: Fleenor, Spangler, and Doss discuss signals before the game. The 1969 Virginia High Baseball Team ac- complished what no other team in Virginia High history has done. After an average season, the Bearcats, second in the district, traveled to Roanoke as “underdogs” in the Regional Tour- nament. They came to Bristol as Western Re- gion Champs. A week later, the spirited ’Cats, under the able coaching of Larry Spangler, jour- neyed to Salem to face the defending State Champions, James Madison. Losing a heart- breaker, 1-0, behind the pitching of Dean Jones, the Bearcats were rated third in the State. 143 FACULTY ADMINISTRATION Dedication Mrs. Mildred Creger 146 When a woman invests twenty-one years in one institution, she has invested not only years, but a major portion of her life. This year the dedication goes to a teacher who has com- piled an outstanding record of educational achievement. She received her B.S. Degree from Mary Washington Col- lege and her M.A. Degree from East Tennessee State Univer- sity and is certified to teach Business Education, History and Economics. In higher education she has taught at Virginia Interment and Sullins Colleges and East Tennessee S tate University. She has served on the State of Virginia Curricu- lum and Course Study Committee and was chosen twice to be Virginia’s representative on Southern Business Education. During her years at Virginia High, she has been an instruc- tor in the Business Department. Her students have been taught responsibility, accuracy, and determination in reach- ing goals and maintaining standards. Her extra-curricular activities have included the sponsor- ship of the F.B.L.A. Club, coordinator of the Vocational Office Training Program and director of Senior Class Night Activi- ties. Because of her achievements and her faithful contributions to the students and administration of Virginia High School, we, the VIRGINIAN Staff of 1970, dedicate our yearbook to Mrs. Mildred Creger 147 In Memoriam On Sunday morning, November 23rd, the students and faculty of Virginia High School were grief-stricken by the death of Mr. W. C. Rasnick, assistant prin- cipal. On Monday, an emptiness was experienced as staff, faculty and students entered the building. During the memorial service, which followed, students lis- tened in emotional silence. Eulogy ‘‘Let us pause in memory and honor of a fa- culty member for whom each of us holds the greatest esteem. Mr. Rasnick was a man devoted to Virginia High students and their education. He was a man of varied skills and jobs. Many of us had the opportunity of seeing him at work in the classroom, selling football and basketball tick- ets, writing excuses, and making announce- ments. He may be called an educator or an administrator, but each of us knew him as a teacher, assistant principal, and as a true friend. Mr. Rasnick was a man of inspiration and loyalty. He cared about Virginia High students and respected them. He spent his entire life in service to others and never did he ask any re- ward or recognition. The halls of Virginia High School will be empty of his footsteps, the public address system will be silent of his voice, and the student body will be without his guidance. However, what will remain is his spirit; the spirit of a man who dedicated his life in serving his students and his friends. So today, let us give of ourselves in humble tribute to Mr. William Cecil Rasnick.” Eulogy, SCA President John Brown Scripture, Mr. Lester Hall Prayer, Senior Class President Peggy Parks. Scripture Then said Martha unto Jesus, Lord, if thou hadst been here, my brother had not died. But I know, that even now, whatsoever thou wilt ask of God, God will give it thee. Jesus saith unto her. Thy brother shall rise again. Martha saith unto him, I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection, at the last day. Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this? She saith unto him. Yea, Lord; I believe that thou art the Christ, the Son of God, which should come into the world. John 11:21-27 Prayer Dear Heavenly Father, Death is always a sad occasion, and the death of Mr. Ras’nick particularly so because he touched so many of our lives. We thank Thee Lord for the opportunity to know and work with this dedicated man. We thank Thee for his many efforts to develop each student to his fullest potential and al- ways to improve Virginia High. Please help us to live up to the high ideals he set before us as students, faculty and friends. We ask Thy blessing upon his family in their time of sorrow. In Christ’s name we pray. Amen 148 William Cecil Rasnick 1906-1969 149 Hislop New Superintendent The Bristol, Virginia School Board con- sists of five qualified, responsible citizens approved by the city council and the State of Virginia. Election of the superintendent, adopting policies for the school system, the device, provision, and execution of such policies, are the main duties of the School Board. This year. Dr. Richard Hislop, a native of Gilmanton, New Hampshire was chosen as Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Hislop has received his Bachelor and Master degrees from New Hampshire State College, and has recently received his doctorate from the University of Virginia. School Board Back: Mr, Claude Crockett; Mr. Jim Worrell; Mr. Otis Hurt; Front: Mrs. W. C. Grigsby, Jr.; Mr. J. F. Tolley, Chairman; Dr. Richard Hislop, Superintendent; Mrs. Violet Grimsiey, Clerk. 150 I DIRECTOR OF INSTRUCTION Mr. Royce W. Quarles GENERAL SUPERVISOR Mr. T. T. Hammack Supervisory Staff VISITING TEACHER Miss Betty Huff E.S.E.A. DIRECTOR Mr. Herman Baker Athletic Council Back row: Mr. Herman Baker, Dr. Richard Hislop, John Brown Front row: Mr. Blakeslee Anderson, Mr. Paul Hurley, Mr. Paul Dugger. 151 Anderson Encourages Self-Government After two years as a secondary school adminis- trator of the Charlottesville city schools, Mr. Blakeslee B. Anderson is now principal of Virginia High School. Mr. Anderson, a native of Philadel- phia, received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Pan American College at Edinberg, Texas, and his Mas- ters of Arts from the University of Virginia. Having received national awards for his participation in the field of education, Mr. Anderson, in 1967, was elected outstanding young educator of the year by the Greater Falls Chuch, Virginia Chapter of the Jaycees. 152 153 Secretaries Mrs. Ralph Whitaker Mrs. Debbie Pfeifer Librarians Miss Leone Cooper Mrs. Millie Saunders 154 Guidance Counselors Mr. Roscoe Hall Assistant Principals Mr. Tim Outlaw Miss Betty Huff 155 Miss Annette Acuff English 9, Beta Club Sponsor, Co-Sponsor Forensics Mrs. Evaline Ashe Chemistry, Sponsor Alpha Foundation Mrs. Gwen Barber Algebra II, Trig., Adv. Algebra 1, Gen Math. Mr. Charles Blankenship Biology, Gen. Science, Science Dept. Head, Spon- sor Soph. Class, Director Science Fair Mrs. Doris Booth English 11, 12, English Dept. Head Mrs. Francis Boyd Sponsor VICA Club Miss Irene Brown U.S. History, Sponsor The Virginian, Sponsor Bible Club, Social Studies Mrs. Ruby Brown Study Hall Mr. Robert Buchanan Algebra 1, Gen. Math. B-Team Basketball Coach Mrs. Helen Coleman Home Economics, F.H.A. Club Sponsor Miss Leone Cooper Librarian Sponsor Library Club Mrs. Mildred Copenhaver Art 1, 2, 3, Sponsor Art Club Co-Sponsor Virginian 156 i 157 Mrs. Mildred Creger Bookkeeping, Record- keeping, Typewriting Class Night Sponsor Mr. Jack Cummins Distributive Education, Sponsor D.E. Club Mr. C.P. Curcio U.S. Government, Economics, Sponsor Key Club Mrs. Diana Dalton Gen. Business, Bus. Math. Sponsor F.T.A. Club Mrs. Tom Daniel Latin 1, 2, 3, 4, Sponsor Latin Club, Lang. Dept. Head Mrs. Sara Davis Girls’ Phys. Ed. Drivers Training Co-Sponsor Cheerleaders Mr. Marion Dugger Industrial Arts Mr. G.L. Ehler Mechanical Drawing 1, Shop 1, Prom Committee, Sponsor Chess Club Mr. Jack French English 10, Sponsor Fresh. Class Miss Nina Garrett Geometry, Algebra 2, Co-Sponsor Jr. Class Magazine Sales Mr. Lester Hall English 12, Sponsor S.C.A., Director Student Activities Mrs. Martha Harenburg Biology, Adv. Science, Co-Sponsor Soph. Class, Co-Sponsor Spring Festival 158 Mr. Stephen Harris World History, U.S. History, Sponsor Jr. Jaycees Mrs. Sarah Hilten English 9, Sponsor Tri Delta Club Mr. Ray L. Hooper Typing 2, Clerical Practice, Vocational Office Training, Sponsor Senior Class, V.O.T. Coordinator, Chair. Business Ed. Dept. Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard French 1, 2, 3, Sponsor French Club Mr. Paul Hurley Driver’s Training Sec. Va. High Athletic Council Mrs. Ann James Biology, Gen. Math. Mr. Allen Jennings Physical Education Head 159 Mrs. June Key Special Education Job Counselor Coordinator Miss Ann K. Lacy Girls ' Phys. Ed. Cheerleaders Co-Sponsor Mrs. Jean Lewis Typing 1, Shorthand 1, 2, Little Virginian Co Sponsor Mrs. Katherine Martin Gen. Business, Personal Typing, Central Tr easurer, F.B.L.A. Sponsor Mr. R. T. Myers Mechanical Drawing 1, 2, 3, Shop Supervisor Mr. James Perry Choral Director 160 Miss Helen Reeves English 11, Sponsor Tri-Hi-Y Mr. Hamp Richardson Band Director Mr. Larry Spangler Gen. Science. Biology, Head Baseball Coach, B Team Football Coach Mrs. Linda Tallmadge French 1, Spanish 2, 3 Sponsor Spanish Club Mrs. Ruth Thrash Special Education Mr. Robert Towns Boys’ Rhys. Ed. Sponsor Jr. Civitan Mr. Jerry Watford World History, U.S. History, Head Football Coach, Golf Coach Miss Nancy Whitley English 11, Journalism, Sponsor Little Virginian Mr. Clarence Wilkinson Gen. Math. Algebra 1, Boys’ Hi-Y Sponsor Mrs. Carolyn Williams English 10, Spanish 1, 2, Sponsor Beta Foundation Mr. Harry Williams Physics, Algebra 2, Interact Club Sponsor Mrs. M. T. Williams English 9, 10, Co-Sponsor Student Life Bible Club Co-Sponsor Y-Teens Co-Sponsor Jr.-Sr. Prom 161 Cafeteria Workers: Back; Jeane Oakley, Corine Simcox, Blanche McCroskey, Nell Hatcher, Virginia Derey, Kathy Valdez. Front; Ethel Dickenson, Gladys Duty, Nellie Saul, Francis Walden. Cashiers: Mrs. C. N. Hurt, Mrs. J. N. Criswell Custodians: Back: Mr. Roark, Mr. Bell, Mr. Canter, Mrs. Freeman. I 162 1 ! I ! PTA OFFICERS; Miss Irene Brown, Parliamentarian; Mrs. Jack Kress, Secretary; Mrs. Don Shumaker, Second Vice-President; Mrs. J. E. Hackley, President; Mrs. H. L. Jones, Third Vice-President; Mrs. W. 0. Salyers, Treasurer; Mrs. C. B. Kearfott, Jr., First Vice-President The Virginia High Parent-Teacher Association is an organi- zation whose main objective is to establish a better relation- ship and understanding between the parents and teachers. The Virginia High P.T.A. has enjoyed an active year this year. One of the P.T.A.’s most welcomed events was the hot dog supper preceeding the annual V-T week bonfire. Publica- tion of a monthly newsletter was undertaken this year as a new service project. This newsletter, mailed to parents, contained information on coming meetings and guest speakers, on past meetings and activities, as well as our school’s coming ath- letic schedule. 16T I Ann Robinson Arnold John Clyde Brown Dorothy Louise Holmes Carolyn Jane King Michael Laired King Thomas Michael King 166 Senior Superlatives Each year faculty members are asked to choose from the senior class students who have demonstrated com- mendable traits in stability, achievement and citizen- ship 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 Margaret Anna Parks Toni Lynn Smith Nancy Karen Stallard Gary Lynn Wallace 167 Who’s Who Wittiest Andy Kristofek Margie Cox Best Dressed Dennis House Chris Miles Doug Houser Most Intellectual Peggy Parks Ben Brown Best All Round Robin Arnold John Brown 169 Most Likely To Succeed Tommy King Lissa Thurmond - ■ ••••V.w Most Athletic Wayne Stophel Ramona Knox Friendliest Marsha Pender Gary Johnson 170 David Woody Sherry Thomas Most Talented Most School Spirited Most Original Pete Belenky Jane King Debbie Hagy Sam McVey D Miss Virginian Susan Silcox 172 Johnny Carson Chooses Winner Every year the annual features the “Miss Virginian " contest. The only qualifications for entries are that they must be senior girls. Interested persons are requested to give one of their senior pictures to a staff member. These pictures are then sent to a celebrity who is requested to select the most photo- genic girl to be the winner. Thirty-three girls entered the 1970 “Miss Virginian " contest. Judging the pictures this year was Johnny Carson, the well-known tele- vision personality. Mr. Carson is most fa- mous as the host of NBC’s ’Tonight’ show. His reply read, “Mr. Carson has chosen Susan Silcox” to be “Miss Virginian” of 1970. 173 Seated: R. Arnold, T. Smith Standing: P. Mitchell, P. Parks, S. McVey. Senior Class Of 1970 President: Peggy Parks Vice President: Preston Mitchell Secretary: Robin Arnold Treasurer: Sam McVey Reporter: Toni Smith 174 Charles Glenn Acuff Ann Robinson Arnold Lenore Kathryn Ateyeh Carolyn Sue Bailey Connie Sue Bailey Mike Wayne Bailey Danny Lee Barker Richard Lee Bates Clara Diana Begley Paul Ellwood Belcher Peter Belenky Teresa Lynn Beverly 175 Alfred Riccardo Birdwell Stephen Douglas Blackley Robert Lee Blaylock Ronald Eugene Booher John Thomas Brooks Benjamin Franklin Brown Emma Gallant Brown John C. Brown Samuel Steven Brown Wilmer Lewis Brown Billy Wayne Bryant James David Burnette Larry Allen Carrier Jackie Lee Chapman John Russel Clark Joyce Marcella Clark Patricia Ann Clark Carolyn Louise Clay Linda Joyce Combs Tim Alfred Combs Harrison Cooke Jacqueline Corbett William Earl Corum Brenda Ann Cox Margie Lee Cox Sharon Lynn Cross Thomas David Cross Gloria Diane Crusenberry Thomas Collins Cunningham David Randall Cutshaw Betty Sue Davenport Kermit Seldon Davenport Ann Stearns Davis Greg Otis Dorton Mary Ella Duff Eddie Durrance Herbie Allen Dutton Deborah Lynn Dye Jack Michael Eades Pamela Jane Edwards Sandy Kaye Ellis Edward Blair Everett Thomas Anthony Eury Barbara Ann Fleenor Debra Marie Fleenor Jerry Anthony Fleenor Ronnie Edward Foster Vince Raymond Gabel Frederick M. Garfield Mary Hope Gibson Phillip A. Gilbert Fain Goodpasture Karen Elaine Green Beverly Ann Greer Jane Anne Groseclose Billy Gross Deborah Ann Gross Debbie Kay Hagy Jerry Lynn Hagy Kandy Denise Haire Constance Sue Hale Steve Hart Hale Bonnie Gayle Hall Harold David Hall Timothy Hall David Allen Hamilton Janet Lynn Hamilton Sue Ellen Hamilton 180 David Nelson Harrison Thomas Joey Harrison Clara Mae Helton John Joseph Henner Joyce Faye Holbrook Dorothy Louise Holmes David Clinton Hopkins Dennis Ray Houser Douglas Wilton Houser Janet Houser Kenneth Jerry Jackson Marvin Lee Jackson 181 Gary Wayne Johnson Gary Wayne Johnson Patricia Ann Johnson Catherine Anne Jones Dean Floyd Jones Lewis Powers Jones Diane Kay Kelley Sherry Denise Kinder Carolyn Jane King Michael Laired King Thomas Michael King Romana Lenora Knox Andrew Brinzo Kristofek II Joyce Allen Lee 1970 Seniors order class rings. Susan Lorraine Lee Dan Wayne Leonard Donna Kay Leonard James Thomas Leonard Janie Adell Leonard Quentin Herman Lewis Albert Livingston John Edward Livingston 183 Connie Elaine Lovett Michael Lowe Robert E. McClellan Betty Jo McCray Valerie Karen McCulloch Sam Howard McVey David Rolfe Meade Jacquelyn Mellett Michael McKay Melvin Christine Mollie Miles Calvin Wayne Miller Preston Wade Mitchell Darlene Ann Moore David Allen Moore Jerry Franklin Moore Peggy Ann Moretz Jacquelyn Harte Morgan Bill Hubert Mumpower Eva Joy Murray Bruce Ronnie Murray Sheila Joy Murray Doris Jane Necessary Blaine Carlton Owens Teresa Carol Ownbey Margaret Anna Parks Lavonda Jane Patrick Mary Jo Pauley Marsha Karen Pender Lois Irene Phelps Danny Lee Phillips Wanda Joan Pickett Sharon Lucretia Pittman Gary Allen Pruitt Cathy Marie Randall George Allen Reisler Garland Wayne Riggs John William Roberts Diana Lee Ross Barry Russell Vivien Shelburne Russell 186 Dan Allen Ryan Brenda Sage David De «ey Scarboro Pamela Christin Sellars Yvonne Marie Sexton Jimmy Wayne Shaffer Sherry Shelton Susan Elizabeth Silcox David Marcus Silvers Gerry Lynn Simons Henrietta Kay Sluder Melvin Wade Smeltzer 187 Larry Daniel Smith Mark Smith Terrell William Smith Toni Lynn Smith Nancy Karen Stallard Sandy Buford Stallard Charles William Stanley Sharon Sue Statzer Tim Allen Statzer Cora Jane Stewart David Wayne Stophel Hugh Carlton Stringer Mary Katherine Swiney Bobby Daniel Tate Donna Maria Taylor Patricia Sharon Thomas Charles David Thompson Phil Walter Tauscher Lissa Anne Thurmond Charles Tritt Brenda Sue Trivett Cheryl Diane Vaughn Gary Lynn Wallace Robert Alan Walsh Eleanor Carole Whicker Steve C. Wheeler Donna Widener Elaine Widener Barbara Williams Rosetta Williams Bettie Ellen Willis William Leverne Wilson Geneva Faye Winters Vivian Joann Wise David Woody Lydia Ann Woody Jayne Wright 190 Senior Directory A ACUFF, CHARLES - Science Club 4; Spring Festival. ARNOLD, ROBIN - Freshman Class Secretary; Junior Class Secretary; Senior Class Secre- tary; Latin Club 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 4, Reportorian 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; French Club 3; Science Club 4; Key Club Sweetheart 4; Art Club President 3; SCA Trea- surer 3; Honor Council 1; Mono- gram Club Sweetheart 2; Cheer- leader 2, 3, Captain 4; Concert Choir 2, 3; Little Virginia Staff 4; Spring Festival 2, First Run- nerup 3; Homecoming Queen 2, 4. ATEYEH, LENORE - FTA 2; Spanish Club 1, 3; FHA 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Beta Club 4; Beta Foundation 4; Club Council 1, 2. B BAILEY, CAROLYN - SCA Representative 2; Band 1, Ma- jorette 2, 3; Alpha 2, 3, Presi- dent 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Sci- ence Club 4. BAILEY, CONNIE - Mixed Cho- rus 1, 4. BAILEY, MIKE - French Club 1, 2; Monogram Club 3, 4; Junior Civitan 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2; Football 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. BARKER, DANNY - French Club 1; Sophomore Class Secre- tary; Key Club 2, 3, Vice Presi- dent 4; Beta Club 3, President 4; Monogram Club 2, 4; Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 4; Spring Festi- val 2, 3. BATES, LEE — SCA Representa- tive 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Interact Club 3, 4; Football 1. BELCHER, PAUL - D.E. Club 3. BELENKY, PETER - SCA Representative 2; Art Club 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Little Virginian Staff 4. BEVERLY, TERESA - D.E. Club 4; Spanish Club 1; Y-Teens 1; F.H.A. 2, 3; Y-Teen Service Corp, President 3. BIRDWELL, RICKY - Basketball 1, 2. BLACKLEY, DOUG - Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sergeant-at-Arms 3; Spanish Club 1; Track 3, 4; Band Council 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; All State Band 2, 3, 4; Boys ' State Alternate. BLAYLOCK, ROBERT - BOOHER, GENE - D.E. Club 3. BROOKS, JOHN - I.C.T. 1. BROWN, BEN - Transfer - Key Club 4; Track 4; Beta Club 4. BROWN, EM — Transfer — Tri-Delta 4; Latin Club 4; Beta Club 4. BROWN, JOHN - Beta Club 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, Reporter 3, 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Junior Class President; Football 1, Manager 2, 4; Basketball 1, Manager 3, 4; S CA Vice- President 3, President 4; Honor Council 3, 4; Virginian Staff 2, Advertising Manager 3; Spring Festival 2, 3. BROWN, SAM - Art II Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4. BROWN, W. L. - Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Jaycees 3, Vice Presi- dent 4; Spring Festival 2; Base- ball 1, 2. BRYANT, BILLY - Key Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Spring Festi- val 2. 191 BURNETTE, DAVID - C CLARK, JOHN - CLARK, JOYCE - Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Y-Teen 1; Freshmen Cho- rus. CLARKE, PATRICIA - Beta Foundation 1, 2; Alpha 4; Sci- ence Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3. CLAY, CAROLYN - Spanish Club 1; Y-Teens 3; Bible Club 1; Library Club 1; Drama Club 4; Concert Choir 3, 4. COMBS, JOY - Beta Club 3, 4; Tri-Delta Club 3, 4. COMBS, TIM - COOKE, HARRISON - Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. CORBETT, JACKIE - Student Life Club 1; Historian 1. CORUM, BILLY - Key Club 3; Monogram Club 1, 2; D.E. Club 1; Spanish Club 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2. COX, BRENDA — Mixed Chorus; Concert Choir 3; Girls Glee Club. COX, MARGIE — Beta Founda- tion, 2, Vice President 3, Presi- dent 4; Band 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 4; S.C.A. Representa- tive 2, 4; Spring Festival 1, 3; Majorette 2, 3, 4. CROSS, KAREN — Transfer — CROSS, SHARON - CROSS, DAVID - Key Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Base- ball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Spring Festival 2, 3, 4. CRUSENBERRY, DIANE - Li- brary Club 3, Reporter 3; V.O.T. 4; Girls’ Glee Club 1; Spring Festival. CUMBOW, DICK - Transfer - Art Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4. CUNNINGHAM, TOMMY - Key Club 1; Interact Club 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3; Bas- ketball 1; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 3. CUTSHAW, RANDY - Beta Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, President 4; Interact Club 4; Little Virginian Staff 4; Basketball 4. D DAVENPORT, BETTY - Art Club 4. DAVENPORT, KERMIT - D.E. Club 2, Vice President 3. DAVIS, ANN - Drama Club 1; Library Club 4; Art Club 1. DORTON, GREG — French Club 1, 2; Football 1, 4; Basketball 1; Spring Festival 1. DUFF, MARY - Bible Club 1; Y-Teens 3; Library Club 1; Drama Club 4. DURRANCE, EDDIE - Transfer — Basketball 4; Baseball 4. DUTTON, HERBIE - Beta Club 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, Vice President 4; Key Club 3, Secre- tary 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 2, 3; Football 1, 3, 4; Track 2; Spring Festival 3. DYE, DEBBIE - Latin Club 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3; Student Life Club 2; Beta Foundation 3, Reporter 4; beta Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Girls’ Ensemble 3, 4; Spring Festival 2, 3; Little Virgi- nian Staff 4. E EADES, MIKE — Spanish Club 1, 2; Junior Civitan Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 4; Spring Festival 3. EDWARDS, PAM — French Club 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, President 4; Girls’ En- semble 3, 4; All Regional Cho- rus 4. ELLIS, SANDY - Y-Teens 2; Freshman Chorus 1; Girls’ Glee Club 2, Reporter; Concert Choir 192 3; Mixed Chorus 4, Section Head; Spring Festival 2, 3, 4. EVERETT, BLAIR - Interact Club 3, President 4; Basketball 1, 2; District Interact Secretary- Treasurer; D.E. Club. EURY, THOMAS - Art Club 1; Junior Jaycees 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 4. F FLEENOR, BARBARA - D.E. Club 2, 3, 4. FLEENOR, DEBBIE - F.H.A. 1; Drama Club 3, 4; Alpha 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Freshman Chorus 1; Spring Festival 2, 3. FOSTER, RONNIE - FREEMAN, GILBERT - D.E. 2. G GABEL, VINCE - Transfer - Spanish Club 3, 4; Junior Civi- tan 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 4. GARFIELD, FRED - Transfer - Baseball 4. GIBSON, MARY HOPE - Latin Club 1, 2; Delta 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; All-State Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Council 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 1. GILBERT, PHIL - Little Virgi- nian Staff 4. GOODPASTURE, FAIN - GREEN, KAREN - Delta 4; VICA 4; FHA 2; Student Life 1; Mixed Chorus 1 . GREER, BEVERLY - GROSECLOSE, JANE - Beta Foundation 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Spring Festival 3. GROSS, BILLY - H HAGY, DEBBIE - Tri-Hi-Y 4; Spanish 1, 2; Spring Festival 1, 3; French Club 3; SCA Repre- sentative 1, 2; Science Club 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Concert Choir 3; Cheerleader 4. HAGY, JERRY - Library Club 1; Boys’ Hi-Y 1; D.E. Club 2, 3, President 4. HAIRE, CANDY - Delta 2, 3; FHA 1; Vice-President 2; SCA 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Concert Choir 3; Spring Festival 1, 3. HALE, CONNIE - French Club 2; Science Club 3; Y-Teens 3; FTA Parliamentarian 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Beta Club 4; Club Council 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3, 4. HALE, STEVE - Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4. HALL, DAVID HAROLD - VICA Club 4; Mixed Chorus 1. HALL, TIMMY - HAMILTON, JANET - Alpha Foundation 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Art Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 4; Spring Festival 2. HAMILTON, SUE - D.E. Club 2, 3, 4. HARRISON, DAVID - Jr. Civi- tan. President 4; Monogram Club; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Spring Festival 1, 2. HARRISON, JOEY - D.E. Club 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Hi-Y 3; DECA Western Area President 4; Track. HAYES, KAREN - Tri-Delta 2, Historian 3. HELTON, CLARA - HENNER, JOHN - Junior Class Reporter; Key Club 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 3. HOLBROOK, JOYCE - Latin Club Pledge Class 1; F.H.A. 2, Activities Director 3, Treasurer 4; Girls’ Glee Club 2. HOLMES, DOROTHY - Spanish Club 2, 4. 193 HOUSER, DENNIS - Beta Club 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Base- ball 3, 4; Virginian Staff 3, 4. HOUSER, DOUG - Key Club 3, Reporter 4; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Baseball 4; Vir- ginian Staff 3. J JACKSON, MARVIN - JAMES, MIKE - Baseball 2, 4; Interact 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; D.E. Club, Treasurer 4; Mono- gram Club 3, 4. JOHNSON, GARY - Boys’ Hi-Y, Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Student Life Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Lit- tle Virginian Staff 4; Spring Fes- tival 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHNSON, GARY - JOHNSON, PAT - D.O. Club I, Mixed Chorus 1. JONES, CATHY - D.E. Club 3; Band 1, 2. JONES, DEAN — Junior Class S.C.A. Representative; Mono- gram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 2, 3, 4. JONES, LEWIS - Mixed Chorus 2 . K KELLEY, KAY - French Club 1; Tri-HI-Y 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 3; Freshman Chorus. KINDER, SHERRY - Beta Club 3, 4; Tri-Delta 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; D.E. Club 4. KING, JANE — Freshman Class Vice President; Junior Class Vice President; French 1, 2, 3, President 4; Science Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Beta Club 3, Trea- surer 4; Alpha 2, 3; Tri -Hi-Y 4; Interact Sweetheart 4; S.C.A. 1, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2; Spring Festival 1, 2; Little Virginian Staff 4; Girls ' State 3. KING, MIKE — Spanish Club 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Hi-Y Club 3, Chaplain 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Virginian Staff, Pho- tographer 2, 3, Editor 4; SIPA 2, 3. KING, TOMMY - Freshman Class President; Sophomore Class Vice-President; S.C.A. Representative 2; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 2, Trea- surer 3; Boys’ Hi-Y; Inter-Club Council Representative 2, 3, President 4; Basketball 1; Con- cert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; All Re- gional Chorus 3, 4; Little Virgi- nian Staff Business Manager 3, Editor 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, Master of Ceremonies 3; Hi-Y District President 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4. KNOX. RAMONA - Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Art Club, Treasurer 3, President 4; Sci- ence Club 2, 4. KRISTOFEK, ANDY — Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Interact 4; S.C.A. 2; Foot- ball 1; Basketball 1. L LEE, JOYCE - French Club 1; Drama Club 1; Alpha Founda- tion 3, Secretary 4; Art Club 2; Freshman Chorus 1. LEE, SUSAN - Beta Club 3, 4; Beta Foundation 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Con- cert Choir 3, 4. LEONARD DAN — Science Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Junior Jaycees 3, 4; Student Life Club 2; Mixed Chorus; Spring Festival 1 . LEONARD, DONNA - D.E. Treasurer 2, 3, Secretary 4; FHA 1. LEONARD, JANIE - French Club 1, 2; Beta Foundation Sec- retary 3; Vice-President 4; VICA 2nd Vice-President; Mixed Cho- rus 1. LEONARD, TOMMY - Boys’ Hi-Y 3; Jr. Civitan 4; Football 1, 4; Basketball Manager 1; Track 4, 194 LEWIS, QUENTIN - Boys ' Hi-Y 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; ‘ Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Little Virginian Staff 3, Associate Editor 4; Spring Festival 2. LIVINGSTON, ALBERT - Jr. Civitan Chaplain 1, 2; Football 4; Basketball 1, 2; Football Manager 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, President. LIVINGSTON, JOHN - Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, 3. LOWE, MICHAEL - D.O. Club. M McClellan, bob - interact Club 3, 4; Little Virginian Staff 3, 4. McCRAY, BETTY JO - Alpha Foundation 2, 3, Historian 4; VICA Secretary 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee Club 2; Concert Choir 3; Spring Festival 2, 3. McCulloch, valerie French Club 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Virginian Staff 4; Mixed Chorus 1. McVEY, SAM — Senior Class Treasurer; Jr. Civitan 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Track 2, 3, 4. MEADE, DAVID - Band 1, 2, 3; Fall Festival 1; Spring Festival 2, 3. MELLETT, JACKIE - Latin Club 2, 3; Beta Foundation 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Spring Festival 2, 3; Forensics 2, 3. MELVIN, MIKE - Chess Club 4; Library Club. MILES, CHRIS - Latin Club 1; French Club 2, Secretary 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, Sergeant-at-arms 3, President 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Science Club 1, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3. MILLER, WAYNE - D.E. Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. MITCHELL, PRESTON - Senior Class Vice-president, Sopho- more class President; Science Club 4; Key Club 2, 3, President 4; basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Little Virginian Staff 3; Spring Festi- val 2; S.C.A. Reporter 2; Repre- sentative 1. MOORE, DAVID - Football Manager 4. MOORE, JERRY - MORETZ, PEGGY - Bible Club 1 . MORGAN, LYN - Art Club 1; Spanish Club 1, 2; Drama Club 3; French Club 3; D.E. 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3; Spring Festival 2, 3. MURRAY, EVA — Beta Founda- tion 2. MURRAY, RONNIE - D.E. Club 1, 2, 3; Football 1; Mixed Cho- rus 1, 2. MURRAY, SHEILA - N NECESSARY, DORIS - Library 3; Chorus 1. 0 OWENS, BLAINE - Boys’ Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Junior Jaycees 3; VICA 4; Basketball 1; Band 1. OWNBEY, TERESA - Student Life Club 2; Beta Foundation 3; Freshman Chorus 1; Concert Choir 3. P PARKS, PEGGY — Senior Class President 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Latin Club 1, Treasurer 2, Presi- dent 3, 4; Science Club 2, 4; Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 2, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4; SCA Representa- tive 1, 2; Virginian Staff 3, Managing Editor 4; Spring Festi- val 2, 3; Girls State 3. PATRICK, JANE - F.H.A. Band 1, 2, 3. PAULEY, MARY JO - Science Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3, Vice President 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; All Regional Chorus. PENDER, MARSHA KAREN - Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; 195 Library Club 2, Secretary 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Y-Teens I.C.C. Representative 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 3; Secretary- Treasurer 4; Girls Ensemble 3, 4; Virginian Staff 4, Spring Festival 3. PHILLIPS, DANNY - Library Club 1; Interact 4; Mixed Cho- rus 1. PICKETT, WANDA - PITTMAN, SHARON - Alpha 2, 3, Treasurer 4; SCA Representa- tive 4; Freshman Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Spring Festival 2, 3; Virgi- nian Staff 4. PRUITT, GARY - Football 1, 2. R RANDALL, CATHY — Freshman Chorus 1. REISLER, ALLEN - D.E. 2, 3, 4. RIGGS, WAYNE - French Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Spring Festival 2, 3. ROBERTS, JOHN - Spanish Club 3, 4; Baseball 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4. RUSSELL, BARRY - Latin Club 1; D.E.C.A. 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Football 1; Baseball 3; Basketball 3. RYAN, DAN — Chess Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. S SAGE, BRENDA SUE - SCARBORO, DAVID - Chess Club President 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. SELLARS, PAMELA - Concert Choir 3; Spring Festival 3. SHAFFER, WAYNE - Boy’s Glee Club President 1, Spring Festi- val 2, 3. SHELTON, SHERRY P. - F.B.L.A. 1. SILCOX, SUSAN — Junior Class Treasurer, Alpha 2, 3 Vice Pres. 4, Secretary Art Club 3; Sweet- heart Boy’s Hi-Y 3; Science Club 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; President Fresh. Chorus; Lit- tle Virginian 4; Cheerleader 3, 4. SILVER, DAVID - Beta Club 3, 4; Student Life Club 2; Science Club 2; Boys Hi-Y Club 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Jr. TB Respiratory Disease Board. SIMMONS, GERRY - Girls Glee Club 1. SKEENS, JERRY - Baseball 1; Football 1. SLUDER, HENRIETTA - FTA Club Historian 2, 4, Secretary 3, 4; Beta Club 4; Y-Teens Club 3; Beta Foundation 4; Mixed Cho- rus 2; Concert Choir 3, 4. SMELTZER, MELVIN - Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. SMITH, TERRY — Monogram Clubs 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Virginian Staff 2, 3. SMITH, TONI LYNN - Senior Class Reporter; Beta Club 3; Vice President 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Delta Club 2, Chap- lain 3, President 4; Boy’s Hi-Y Club Sweetheart 4; Cheerleader 4; Honor Council 3, 4, Little Virginian Staff 3, Business val 3; SCA Secretary 4. STALLARD, NANCY KAREN - Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Alpha Club 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Beta Club 3, Sgt.-At-Arms 4; Virginian Staff 3, Business Manager 4; Spring Festival 2, 3, 4; SCA Rep. 2. STALLARD, SANDY - Drama Club; Chess Club 4; Track Man- ager 2, 3, 4. STATZER SHARON SUE - Beta Club 3, 4; Beta Foundation 2, 3; FHA 3, Chaplain 3; Tri- Delta 4; Freshman Chorus; Girls Glee Club 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Virginian Staff Advertising Mana- ger 4. STATZER, TIM - Boy’s Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3; Chess Club Vice-President 4; Track 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. STEWART, CORA JANE - Spanish Club 3, President 4; 196 Latin Club 3, 4; Library Club 2; Drama Club 2; Y-Teens 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 4. STOPHEL, WAYNE - Key Club 2; Civitan Club 3, Vice President 4; Football 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 4. STRINGER, HUGH - Boy’s Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. SWINEY, MARY KATHERINE - Tri-Delta 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, President 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Virginian Staff 4, Latin Award 1, 2, 3. T TATE, BOBBY D. - D.O. Club 3; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys Quartet 4. TAUSCHER, PHIL - TAYLOR, DONNA - F.T.A. Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, Vice-president 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Cho- rus 1; Girls Glee Club 2; Concert Choir 3, 4, Girls Ensemble 4; Spring Festival 2, 3. THOMAS, PATRICIA SHARON — Science Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, 4; SCA 3, 4; Virginian Staff 3; Spring Festival 2, 3. THOMPSON, CHARLES DAVID - THURMOND, LISSA - Fresh- man Class Treasurer; Beta Club 3, Secretary 4; Latin Club 1, Reporter 2, Secretary 3, Trea- surer 4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, Cha- plain 3, Secretary 4; Science Club 3; Concert Choir 1, 2, Lit- tle Virginian Staff 4; Spring Fes- tival 2, 3; Honor Council 3, 4; Spanish Award, Latin Award. TRITT, CHARLES - TRITT, BRENDA - F.H.A. 1; Mixed Chorus 1. V VAUGHN, CHERYL DIANE - Y-Teens Club; F.H.A. Mixed Chorus 1; Spring Festival. W WALLACE, GARY - Beta Club 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Golf 3, Co-captain 4; SCA Rep. 1; History Award. WALSH, ALAN WHEELER, STEVEN - Science Club 1, 4; Basketball 1; Chorus 1 . WHICKER, CAROLE - Tri-Delta 2, 3, Secretary 4; Freshman Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Con- cert Choir 3, 4. WIDENER, DONNA - Alpha Foundation 2, 3, reporter 4; French Club 1, 2; Art Club 3; Freshman Chorus; Spring Festi- val 2. WIDNER, ELAINE - Spanish Club 2; Mixed Chorus 1. 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Commercial Printers Mimeographing — Engraving Bristol, Tennessee 764-5911 248 General Index A Absher, Mike — 212 Acuff, Miss Annette — 80, 156 Acuff, Charles — 92, 175 Acuff, Tommy — 199 Allen, Mary Duff - 103, 110, 199 Almany, Debbie — 212 Almaroad, Eddie — Almaroad, Linda — 109, 199 Almaroad, Margie — 212 Almaroad, Susan — 221 Andersen, Alex — 88, 104, 212 Anderson, Alan — 221 Anderson, Mr. Blakeslee — 152, 153 Anderson, Clifford — Anderson, Harry — 212 Anderson, Patricia — 212 Arnold, Alyson - 83, 92, 103, 120, 121, 211, 212 Arnold, Beverly — 111, 199 Arnold, Bryan — 99, 199 Arnold, Faye — 111, 212 Arnold, Robin - 16, 79, 80, 83, 84, 92, 106, 120, 121, 174, 175 Arnold, Tommy — 221 Ashe, Mrs. Evaline — 156 Ashley, Ann — 221 Ashley, Dennis — 221 Ateyeh, Lenore — 79, 80, 90, 96, 175 B Bacon, Ronald — 199 Baer, Pam - 115, 116, 221 Bailey, Carolyn - 72, 79, 85, 174 Bailey, Connie — 98, 111, 174 Bailey, Danny — 221 Bailey, Mike - 87, 122, 127, 174 Bailey, Ronnie — 212 Baker, Albert — 212 Baker, Hubert - 98, 199 Baker, Mark - 74, 212 Ball, Debbie — 221 Ball, Jerry — 199 Ball, Johnny — 221 Ball, Randy — 221 Ballard, Terry — 199 Banks, Randy — 212 Barber, Mrs. Gwen — 49, 156 Barker, Danny — 79, 80, 84, 86, 122, 125, 174 Barker, Gary - 212 Barker, Mike — Barker, Pam — 93, 94, 111, 199 Barker, Ray — 199 Barnes, Kerry — 116, 221 Bass, Billy - 212 Bass, Linda — 221 Bates, Lee — 88, 174 Baxley, Bobby - 78, 84, 211, 212 Begley, Diane — 98, 174, 199 Belcher, Margaret — 212 Belcher, Paul — 99, 175 Belenky, Pete - 106, 138, 175 Beverly, JoRita — 89, 221 Beverly, Teresa — 96, 99, 175 Bevins, Alan — 116 Birdwell, Ricky — 116 Black, Norsalus - 111, 212 Black, Wesley - 110, 199 Blackley, Donna — 116, 221 Blackley, Doug - 81, 82, 115, 117, 138, 176 Blair, Steve — 212 Blake, Linda — Blake, Ronald — 112, 199 Blankenship, Mr. Charles — 156 Blankenship, Patricia — 78, 103, 117, 221 Blaylock, Priscilla — 221 Blaylock, Robert — 112, 176 Blevins, Allen — 221 Blevins, Anthony — 128, 199 Blevins, Gerald — 221 Blevins, Jeff — 221 Blevins, Larry — 199 Blevins, Louanne — 78, 80, 90, 103, 199 Blevins, Millicent — 90, 102, 212 Bomar, Mike — 212 Bond, Jerry — 117, 221 Bonham, Margaret — 115, 221 Booher, Ann — 93, 99, 212 Booher, Cleve — 212 Booher, Darlene — 221 Booher, Fred — Booher, Gary L. — 99, 199 Booher, Gary S. — 200 Booher, Gene — Booher, Terry — 102, 111, 200 Booher, Vickie — 101 Booker, Glenn — Booker, Nancy — 113, 221 Booth, Mrs. Doris — 156 Bouton, Bridget — 99, 200 Bower, Lola Anne — 93, 221 Bower, Pete — 200 Bowers, Carol — 101, 200 Bowers, Delores — 221 Bowers, Leonard — 128, 212 Bowers, Teresa — 89, 97, 221 Bowie, Bob — 99, 115, 212 Bowman, Fred — 221 Bowman, Libby — 86, 115, 117, 198, 200 Bowman, Linda — 200 Boyd, Mrs. Frances — 98, 156 Bradley, Brenda — Bradley, Carol — 212 Bradley, Cecil — 116, 137, 212 Bray, Gayle — 213 Bray, James — 221 Bray, Mike — Brent, Doris — 111, 200 Brewer, Cathy — 99, 111, 213 Brewer, Daniel — 221 Brewer, David — 221 Brooks, John — 98 Brown, Ben — 84, 176 Brown, Em — 86, 104, 176 Brown, Geneva — 111, 213 Brown, Miss Irene — 108, 156, 163 Brown, John — 76, 78, 79, 80, 82, 90, 103, 148, 151 Brown, Martha — 111, 213 Brown, Mike — 221 Brown, Mike J. — 213 Brown, Mrs. Ruby — 156 Brown, Sammy — 101, 111, 213 Brown, Thomas — 128, 213 Brown, Tim — Brown, Varah — 111, 213 Brown, Velma — 221 Brown, W. L. — 117 Brummitt, JoAnn — 221 Bryan, Kathy — 101, 200 Bryant, Billy - 84, 92, 96, 122, 124 Bryant, Larry — 213 Buchanan, Mr. Robert — 156 Burke, Mike — 221 Burklow, Alan — 213 Burnette, David — 194 Burnette, Vada — 113, 221 Burton, David — 221 Byington, Larry — 205 C Cain, Joan — 83, 115, 116, 200 Calica, Juvencio — 213 Calica, Norman — 221 249 Campbell, Janice — 111, 200 Campbell, Janis — 23, 85, 103, 113, 220, 221 Campbell, Margaret — 111, 213 Campbell, Rhonda — 91, 94, 200 Campbell, Tommy — 200 Canter, Betty — 111, 213 Canter, Billy — 200 Canter, Fred — 221 Canter, Kathy — 213 Canter, Mary — 111, 213 Canty, Charles - 78, 81, 104, 213 Canty, Mark — 221 Carmody, Teresa — 94, 97, 200 Carrier, Larry — 176 Carter, Gail — 213 Carter, Iran — 101, 221 Carter, Rhonda — Cato, Charles — 221 Chandler, Teresa — 222 Chapman, Jackie — 97, 176 Cheatam, Patsy — 111, 213 Clark, David - 78, 84, 138, 198, 200 Clark, John — 177 Clark, Joyce — 89, 177 Clark, Linda — 83, 213 Clark, Steve — 104, 200, 213 Clark, Steve — 214 Clark, Veda - 222 Clarke, Patricia — 72, 85, 92, 177 Clay, Carolyn - 79, 89, 91, 93, 102, 110, 177 Clements, Reecie — 93, 116, 213 Coleman, Mrs. Helen — 96, 156 Collin, Sharon — 113, 134, 213, 214 Collins, Jack - 101, 112, 222 Collins, Jackie — 99 Collins, Paul — Combs, James — 95, 213 Combs, Jan — 100, 102, 116, 213 Combs, Joy — 80, 86, 128, 177 Combs, Peggy — 222 Combs, Tim — 177 Conner, Marcus — 103, 222 Cooke, Harrison — 177 Cooper, Ann - 70, 101, 104, 222 Cooper, Billy - 80, 82, 92, 200 Cooper, Harvey - 75, 87, 122, 128, 200 Cooper, Miss Leone — 91, 154, 156 Copenhaver, Mrs. Mildred — 101, 108, 156 Corbett, Jackie — 177 Corum, Billy — 84, 177 Corvin, Ricky - 62, 88, 122, 128, 213 Cox, Brenda — 177 Cox, Candy - 103, 113, 222 Cox, Debbie — 222 Cox, Margie - 78, 79, 90, 115, 117, 177 Cox, Sheila - 111, 213 Cox, Sheri - 30, 101, 201 Crane, Jeff — 222 Crane, Roger — 213 Creger, Harold — 150, 214 Creger, Mrs. Mildred R. — 158 Croomes, Larry — 222 Cross, David — 110, 177 Cross, Fonda - 85, 93, 111, 213 Cross, Howell - 93, 128, 138, 201 Cross, Karen — Cross, Ronnie — 201 Cross, Sharon — 177 Cross, Tommy — 222 Crowe, Mike - 104, 115, 116, 214 Crusenberry, Diane — 177 Crusenberry, Johnny — 112, 222 Crusenberry, Joyce — 94, 99, 201 Crusenberry, Karen — 99, 110, 201 Cumbow, Richard — 111 Cummins, Mr. Jack C. — 51, 99, 158 Cunningham, Billy — 214 Cunningham, Julian — 91, 101, 110, 201 Cunningham, Tommy — 178 Curcio, Mr. Charles — 55, 158 Cutshaw, Randy - 79, 80, 88, 92, 104, 106, 178 D Dabbs, Christine — 94, 214 Dalton, Mrs. Diana — 95, 158 Daniel, Mrs. Mary V. — 56, 158 Daniels, Larry — 222 Daughtery, Steve — 103, 222 Davenport, Betty — 178 Davenport, Eugene — 222 Davenport, Kermit — 99, 178 Davidson, Barbara — 86, 111, 214 Davidson, William — 68, 98, 201 Davis, Ann — 90, 101, 178 Davis, Nancy — 211, 214 Davis, Mrs. Sara — 158 Davis, Timmy — 214 Dawson, Carroll — 116, 222 DeBusk, Mrs. Nora — DeLapp, Edgar — 201 Demetris, Valerie — 93, 222 Dennison, Bobby — 214 Denny, Sharon — 85, 111, 214 Denton, Debbie — 116, 222 DePriest, Steve — 222 Dickert, Bridget — 57, 83, 104, 201 Dicker!, Robert — 88, 222 Dickey, Doug — 105, 114, 214 Dillon, Tommy — 201 Dorton, Greg — 87, 122, 178 Doss, Ronald — 201 Dowell, James — 46, 60, 222 Dowell, Jeff — 88, 214 Duff, Mary - 89, 91, 178 Dugger, Mr. Marion — 60, 61, 158 Dunkin, Bobby — 80, 82, 115, 201 Dunn, John — 214 Durrance, Eddie — 178 Dutton, Herbie - 80, 84, 92, 104, 122, 128, 178 Dye, Debbie - 49, 80, 90, 106, 110, 113, 178 Dye, Donald — 222 Dye, Judy - 113, 222 E Eades, Jerry — 214 Eades, Mike — 122, 178 Eastridge, James — 214 Eaton, Sam — Edson, Gary — 214 Edwards, Danny — 56, 122, 128, 214 Edwards, Pamela — 53, 83, 79, 102, 110, 113, 178 Edwards, Sam — 222 Eggers, Richard — 100, 214 Ehlers, Mr. Leroy — 61, 105, 158 Eller, Ann - 134, 201, 206 Eller, Janie — Ellis, Angela — 222 Ellis, Bobby — 214 Ellis, Janice — 103, 112, 222 Ellis, Judy - 78, 80, 83, 103, 110, 113, 201 Ellis, Mike - 214 Ellis, Mike - 93, 222 Ellis, Sandra — 178, 195 Elmore, Bob — Elmore, Gary — Etter, Mike — 222 Eury, Johnathan — 222 Eury, Thomas - 64, 87, 122, 179 Everett, Blair - 79, 88, 99, 178 Everett, Gary — 88, 116, 214 F Fagan, Maggi — 83, 102, 111, 201 Faidley, David — 112, 222 Farmer, Steve — 115, 116, 214 Farmham, Lucetta — 86, 100, 110, 201 Farris, Robert - 78, 105, 117, 222 Faucette, Theda — 58, 85, 93, 101, 214 Fine, Micah - 90, 103, 116, 222 Fleenor, Barbara — 99, 179 Fleenor, Debbie — 85, 93, 111, 179 250 Fleenor, Debbie — 214 Fleenor, Don — 214 Fleenor, Dottie — 86, 111, 201 Fleenor, Mike — 80, 82, 115, 201 Fleenor, Mike — 222 Fleenor, Rhonda — 222 Fleenor, Shanna — 116, 222 Fleming, Bobby — 214 Foote, Gary — 214 Foote, Mike — 214 Foster, Elaine — 111 Foster, Kathy — 134, 202 Foster, Ronnie — 98, 179 Fouch, Jane — 202 Fouch, Larry — 222 Fouch, Tommy — 214 Fouch, Virginia — 214 France, Alvin — 115, 222 Frazier, Debbie — 206 Freeman, Susie — 79, 113, 222 French, Mr. Jack — 153, 158 Fugate, Carol — 222 Fulp, William — 214 G Gabel, Terry - 48, 56, 93, 102, 111, 202 Gabel, Vincent - 82, 87, 102, 128, 179 Garfield, Fred - 179 Garfield, Leonard — 202 Garrett, Miss Nina — 158 Gemmell, Charles — 198, 202 Gentry, Debra — 202 Geromanos, Kathy — 54, 80, 102, 117, 202 Gibson, Anita — 90, 99, 202 Gibson, David — 222 Gibson, Mary Hope — 80, 86, 115, 116, 179 Gibson, Teresa — 64, 103, 222 Gilbert, Jill - 93, 113, 222 Gilbert, Phillip - 106, 179 Gillenwater, Aretha — 214 Gillenv ater, Carol — 89, 91 Gillespie, Vincent — 97, 104, 110, 202 Gilly, David - 99, 223 Gilmer, Gordon— 88, 112, 215 Gobble, Charles — 202 Gobble, Ruth - 97, 202 Gobble, Trula — 215 Goins, Danny - 80, 87, 101, 128, 138, 202 Goodman, Kenneth — 223 Goodpasture, Fain — 179 Goodpasture, Patricia — 78, 93, 215 Gorely, Nancy — 215 Grace, Eleanor — 98, 110, 202 Graybeal, Ho ward — 223 Grayson, Lisa — 215 Green, Diane — 223 Green, Glenda — 215 Green, Karen — 68, 86, 98, 179 Greene, Anthony — 215 Greene, Barbara — 78, 83, 92, 93, 103, 106, 202 Greene, Paul — 93, 223 Greene, Tony — 223 Greenwell, Glen — 202 Greer, Beverly — 179 Greer, Susan - 23, 83, 92, 103, 215 Gregory, Dallas — 85, 215 Gregory, Mike — 78, 104, 215 Griffin, Diane — 102, 117, 223 Gris wold, June — 80, 86, 100, 101, 103, 202 Groseclose, Jane — 90, 107, 114, 179, 196 Groseclose, Kathy — 95, 115, 117, 215 Groseclose, Mike — 72, 88, 92, 103, 215 Gross, Billy - 122, 179, 196 Gross, Debra — 99, 180 Grubb, Linda - 101, 202 Grubb, Sandy — 223 Gudger, Donald — 202 Gudger, Robert — 102, 112, 203 Guinn, Brenda — 223 Guinn, Judy — 123, 196, 203 Guinn, Larry — 203 Gullion, Howard — 215 H Hackley, Eddie - 84, 101, 102, 122, 128, 215 Hagy, Debbie - 79, 83, 92, 120, 121, 180 Hagy, Jerry — 99, 180 Haire, Kanda — 180 Hairston, Julie — 83, 104, 203 Hale, Christine — 103, 116, 223 Hale, Connie — 79, 80, 90, 95, 110, 180 Hale, Freddie — 223 Hale, Steve - 122, 138, 180 Hale, Ward — 215 Hall, Arlene — 223 Hall, Billy - 215 Hall, Bonnie — 180 Hall, David — 98, 180 Hall, Deborah - 123, 134, 203, 207 Hall, DeWayne — 134, 215 Hall, Mr. J. Roscoe — 73, 155 Hall, Mr. Lester — 148, 158 Hall, Lonnie — 215 Hall, Timmy — 180 Hall, William - 215 Hamilton, David — 180 Hamilton, Janet — 85, 180 Hamilton, Judy — 223 Hamilton, Marcia — 85, 102, 215 Hamilton, Sue — 99, 180 Hamilton, Terry — 104, 109, 215 Harenberg, Mrs. Martha — 92, 158 Harlow, Linda — 203 Harmon, Jerry — 215 Harmon, Susan — 99, 223 Harr, Marilyn — 223 Harris, Mr. Stephen — 81, 159 Harrison, Cathy — 65, 97, 99 Harrison, David - 78, 79, 87, 122, 123, 138, 181 Harrison, Joey — 99, 181 Harrison, Phil - 94, 134, 215, 216 Harter, Geoffrey — 91, 104, 223 Hartsock, Danny — 99, 215 Hawkins, Rebecca — 78, 80, 103, 109, 203 Hawthorne, Debbie — 86, 111, 215 Hayes, Brian — 223 Hayes, Fred — 223 Hayes, John — 223 Hayes, Karen — 16, 99 Helbert, Martha — 203 Helton, Clara — 181 Helton, Mattie — 101, 223 Hendricks, Walter — 111, 115, 203 Henner, John - 16, 18, 83, 122, 126, 138, 139, 140 Henner, Judy - 83, 104, 106, 203 Hensley, Bill - 157, 215 Hensley, Cathy — 113, 223 Herndon, Billy — 216 Herndon, Diane — 203 Hess, Shirley - 98, 203, 215 Hess, Wesley — 216 Hill, Delois - 223 Hill, Dennis — Hill, Jean - 89, 215 Hilton, Mrs. Sarah — 159 Hines, John — 215 Hobson, Jerry — 92, 125, 203 Hofforth, JoAnn — 215 Holbrook, Joyce — 96, 102, 181 Holbrook, Marilyn A. — 223 Holbrook, Marilyn — 223 Holbrook, Tony - 115, 149, 203, 207 Holland, Jeff - 215 Holmes, Dorothy — 56, 102, 181 Hooper, Mr. Ray L. — 66, 159 Hopkins, Danny — 115 Hopkins, David — 115, 181, 203 Hopkins, Susan — 223 Horne, Fred - 138, 215 Horne, Kathy — 223 Horton, Douglas — 223 Hoss, Reba - 86, 93, 102, 105, 115, 116 Houser, Dennis — 80, 84, 92, 102, 109, 251 181 Houser, Doug — 84, 92, 102, 181 Houser, Janet — 181, 203 Howell, James — 215 Howell, James — 215 Howell, Linda - 65, 223 Howington, Jerry — 203 Hubbard, Mrs. Elizabeth — 103, 159 Hubbard, Hazelle - 78, 79, 104, 223 Hughes, James — 204 Hughes, Lachelle — 89, 113, 223 Humphrey, Jane — 89, 96, 223 Hunt, Christine — 111, 216 Hunt, Robert — 223 Huntley, Diane — 54, 89, 223 Huntley, Leslie — 111, 204 Hurley, Jack Jr. — 204 Hurley, Paul W. - 72, 150, 159 Hutton, Doug — Hutton, Gary — 223 I Isley, Laura — 216 J Jackson, Jerry — 98, 181 Jackson, Joe — 223 Jackson, Marvin — 98, 181 Jackson, Phil - 98, 110, 204 Jackson, Randy — 223 Jackson, Sammy L. — 216 Jackson, Sam T. — 223 Jackson, Wayne — 91, 223 James, Mrs. Ann N. — 159 James, Mike — 27, 99 Jennings, Mr. Allen P. — 159 Jennings, Janet — 78, 94, 99, 204 Jessee, Jerry — 98, 216 Jessee, Patricia — 204 Jessee, Terry — 204 Johnson, Debbie — 216 Johnson, Dick — 104, 216 Johnson, Eddie — 112, 223 Johnson, Elizabeth — 86, 93, 95, 104, Johnson, Gary L. — 99, 182 Johnson, Gary S. — 82, 92, 105, 106, 182 Johnson, Jackie — 115, 138, 204 Johnson, James E. — 223 Johnson, James J. — 224 Johnson, Mike — 117, 224 Johnson, Nancy — 100, 216 Johnson, Patricia — 98, 182 Johnson, Teresa — 111, 135 Johnson, Vickie — 216 Jones, Beverly — 216 Jones, Brenda — 216 Jones, Cathy — 99, 182 Jones, Charles — 31, 84, 105, 2( f Jones, Dean — 18, 84, 110, 122, 184 Jones, Debra — 216 Jones, Duane — 216 Jones, Lewis — 182 K Kearfott, Carolyn — 78, 80, 83, 87, 102, 116, 204 Kearfott, Corinne — 23, 83, 116, 163, 216 Keen, Kenneth — 88, 223 Keessee, Billy — 81, 204 Kegley, Connie — 116, 216 Kegley, Patty - 85, 115, 116, 204 Kelley, Kay - 23, 182 Kelly, Randy - 104, 108, 125, 216 Kelsey, Connie — 223 Kelsey, Donnie — 216 Kelsey, John — 216 Kemp, Grant — 216 Kerr, Patrice — 83, 204 Kessee, Donna — 86, 100, 204 Key, Mrs. June — 160 Kinder, Sherry — 80, 86, 99, 182 King, Barney — 224 King, Danny — 216 King, David — 216 King, David S. — 115, 224 King, Harlan — 138, 204 King, Jane - 78, 80, 83, 88, 92, 103, 106, 182 King, Johnny — 204 King, Larry — 204 King, Mike - 79, 80, 82, 92, 108, 182 King, Rebecca — 56, 85, 111, 216 King, Tommy — 80, 92, 104, 106, 110, 182 Kipp, Ramona — 123 Kirby, Bradford — 104, 224 Kistner, Mark — 216 Kistner, Mary — 224 Knipe, Steve — 81, 216 216 Knox, Ramona — 83, 92, 100, 182 Koltunski, Phil — 93, 105, 204 117, Kristofek, Andy - 23, 88, 92, 102, 182 L Lacy, Miss Ann K. — 160 Lambert, Sam — 205 Lane, Joyce — 86, 95, 101, 216 Lane, Sharon — 117, 205 Lane, Sherry — 116, 205 Large, David — 97, 110, 205 Large, Debra — 205 Lauman, Jeannie — 92, 102, 211, 216 Lawless, Billy — Lawless, Naomi — 224 Lawson, Deborah — 113, 224 Lee, Greg — 224 Lee, Joyce — 101, 182 Lee, Susan — 80, 85, 183 Leonard, Cathy — 78, 83, 100, 120, 205 Leonard, Danny — 81, 92, 98, 101, 111, 183 Leonard, Donna — 99, 183 Leonard, Janie — 90, 183 Leonard, Linda — 85, 100, 110, 111, 216 Leonard, Loretta — 224 Leonard, Patricia — 116, 205 Leonard, Patty — 224 Leonard, Philip — 104, 205 Leonard, Sandra — 104, 205 Leonard, Teresa — 224 Leonard, Tommy — 87, 122, 183 Lewis, Mrs. Jean — 106, 160 Lewis, Quentin — 53, 82, 102, 106, 183 Lilley, Melissa — 216 Lingerfelt, Cindy — 224 Link, Barbara — 216 Link, Donnie — 224 Little, David — 224 Littleton, Susan - 86, 95, 100, 101, 216 Livingston, Albert — 79, 87, 110, 111, 138, 139, 183 Livingston, John — 117, 183 Livingston, Margie — 46, 89, 113, 224 Louthen, Nancy — 205 Love, Ronnie — 216 Lovegrove, Richard — 224 Lovelace, Larry — 217 Lovett, Connie — 135, 139, 208 Lovett, Valerie - 93, 111, 217 Lowe, Mike — 116 Lowe, Monica — Luttrell, Mahlon — 224 Lyttle, Yvonne — 65, 96, 97, 113, 224 M McCartney, Dawn — 101, 104, 224 McClanahan, Gerry — 90, 112, 224 McClanahan, Richard — 224 McClellan, Robert - 88, 92, 102, 106, 184 McCloud, Tina - 113, 224 McConnell, Doug — 205 McCray, Betty — 98, 184 McCray, Gary - 84, 224 McCroskey, Deborah — 99, 205 McCroskey, Pamela — 96, 217 McCulloch, Valerie — 83, 109, 184 252 McDaniel, Jackie — 205 McDaniel, Janice — 113, 224 McDaniel, Joyce — 103, 113, 224 McDaye, Harry — McKamey, Billie J. — 224 McKamey, David — 217 McMullen, Lee — McMullin, Leonard — 224 McMurray, Craig — 224 McNutt, Debbie — 224 McNutt, Mrs. Laura H. — 155 McVey, Jenny — 224 McVey, Sam - 87, 122, 124, 138, 174, Malcolm, Jackie — 224 Malone, Debbie - 116, 220, 224 Malone, Jennifer — 205 Malone, Laura — 205 Marion, John — 205 Martin, Ellen - 101, 205 Martin, Gayle — 206 Martin, Mrs. Katherine S. — 94, 160 Martin, Serge — 81, 128, 217 Martin, Tommy — 91, 100, 206 Mason, Dicky — 115, 206 Mathesius, Vicki — 69, 94, 204 Matthews, Brenda — 206 Matthews, Linda — 206 Mays, Larry — 117, 206 Meade, Bruce — 206 Meade, David — 184 Meaney, Juliana — 220, 224 Melkowski, Gregg — 206 Melkowski, Kim — 78, 89, 224 Mellett, Jackie - 93, 110, 113, 184 Mellett, Marilyn - 93, 104, 217 Melvin, Mike - 91, 105, 184 Messmer, Janet — 224 Mikell, Shelia - 93, 111, 217 Miles, Chris - 80, 83, 92, 184 Miller, James — 112, 224 Miller, Kenneth — 99, 206 Miller, Lee - 206 Miller, Wayne - 98, 184 Millhorn, Amelia — 96, 99, 217 Minnick, Doug — 206 Minnick, Lisa — 78, 101, 224 Mitchell, Douglass — 225 Mitchell, Myron — 217 Mitchell, Preston — 84, 92, 174, 184 Modrezjewski, Mike — 206 Molenaar, Joyce — 225 Moore, Darlene — 184 Moore, David — 184 Moore, Jerry — 98 Moore, John — 206 Moore, Kay - 220, 225 Moore, Kyle — 225 Moore, Mike — 101, 225 Moore, Patty — 94, 113, 185, 206 Moore, Steve — 217 Moore, Steve — 116, 225 Moore, Terry — 225 Morelock, Manila — 225 Moretz, Peggy — 185 Moretz, Sharron — 97, 103, 225 Moretz, Terry — 217 Morgan, Lyn — 99, 175 Morrison, Shirley — 111, 217 Morrissey, John — 122, 128, 187, 217 184 Morton, Ann — 86, 110, 206 Morton, Steve — 112, 225 Mumpower, Barbara — 225 Mumpower, Billy — 98, 185 Mumpower, Donna — 217 Mumpower, Susan — 206 Murphy, Susie — 96, 97, 225 Murray, Eva — 185, 200 Murray, Floyd — 217 Murray, Nancy — 99, 206 Murray, Rhonda — 93, 99, 102, 217 Murray, Ronnie — 99, 185 Murray, Shelia — 185 Murray, Tony — 217 Musick, Billy - 225 Myers, Mr. R. Tipton — 60, 160 N Neal, Tom — 104 Necessary, Doris — 185 Necessary, Larry — 217 Nelson, Doris — 206 Nelson, Kathy — 225 Nelson, Ronnie — 225 Nelson, Tim — 225 Newman, Linda — 116, 225 Newton, James — 88, 217 Newton, Kenneth — 217 Newton, Rita — 91, 94, 207 Noonkester, Ernest — Norcross, Patty — 225 0 Oakes, Janice — 94, 97, 99, 207 O ' Dell, Mary - 78, 80, 83, 102, 110, 111, 113, 207 Odum, Teresa — 80, 83, 103, 110, 113, 198, 207 Olinger, Brenda — 111, 217 Oliver, Bobby — 207 Opengari, Roger — 217 Osborne, Howell — 112, 217 Otey, Gary — 225 Owenby, Teresa — 66. 185 Owen, Stanley — 225 Owens, Blaine — 48, 82, 98, 185 Owens, Floyd — 225 Owens, Greg - 112, 117, 225 Oxendine, Janice — 117, 207 P Page, Joe — 207 Palmer, Becky — Palmer, Mike — 225 Parks, Betty — 104, 225 Parks, Peggy - 16, 80, 83, 92, 104, 108, 148, 174, 185 Parks, Randy — 225 Parrott, Steve - 80, 82, 87, 110, 112, 122, 128, 138, 207 Patrick, Arlette - 91, 93, 99, 111, 217 Patrick, Darlene — 111, 207 Patrick, Jane — 185 Patrick, Marilyn — 217 Pauley, Franklin - 93, 102, 122, 217 Pauley, Mary Jo — 83, 92, 93, 110, 185 Pender, James — 102, 110, 138 Pender, Marsha — 16. 80, 89, 104, 109, no, 113, 185, 207 Pender, Ronald - 111, 217 Pendergrass, Terry — 101, 217 Pendleton, Juanita — 217 Penley, Jeanne — 225 Pen ley, Steve — 225 Perkins, Charles — 225 Perkins, Karen — 101, 207 Perry, Barbara - 89, 218 Perry, Mr. James H. — 111, 160 Perry, Joe - 75, 87, 122, 218 Peters, Betty — 113, 225 Peters, Leon — 98, 207 Peterson, Karen — 225 Pfeifer, Mrs. Debbie — 154, 157 Phelps, Lois — 186 Phillips, Danny — 30, 88, 186 Pickett, Polly — 218 Pickett, Wanda — 176 Piotrowski, Alex — 115, 225 Pippin, Anthony — 105, 225 Pippin, Timmy — 81, 93, 207 Pittman, Sharon — 18, 78, 85, 109, 110, 176 Poore, Johnny — 207 Pope, Issac — 207 Pope, Millicent - 100, 111, 218 Pope, Sharon — 100, 113, 207 Pope, Susan — 85, 110, 113, 207 Post, David - 56, 81, 93, 207 Post, Mrs. Marianne — 93 253 Pratt, Dennis — 91, 225 Proulex, Sue — 208 Proulex, Paul — 218 Pruitt. Betty - 218 Pruitt, Evelyn — 218 Pruitt, Gary — 113, 176 Pullon, Colette — 85, 208 Q Quisenberry, Mary M. — 220, 225 R Rachel. Vickie - 31, 85, 100, 208 Radler, Tony — 84, 208 Randall, Cathy — 186 Rash, Sandra — 225 Rasnick, Mr. W. C. - 140, 148, 149 Ratliff, Gary - 218 Ratliff, Jane — 225 Ra wn, Debbie — 63, 208 Rawn, Gary — 117, 225 Reedy, Brenda — 208 Reedy, Doug — 98, 102, 218 Reeves, Miss Helen — 83, 161 Reisler, Alan — 186 Reisler. Ruth — 208 Richardson, Barbara — 100 Richardson, Mr. M. H. — 114, 161 Riggs, Wayne — 87, 128. 186 Roark, Arthur — 208 Roark, Fern — 225 Roark, Linda — 225 Roark, Ricky — 81, 225 Roberts, Gay Wayne — 87, 122, 138, Roberts, Greg — 218 Roberts, John — 102, 122, 138, 186 Robins, Barbara — 100, 208 Robinson, Barbara — 208 Robinson, Connie — 98, 111, 218 Robinson. David — 225 Robinson, Debbie — 218 Robinson, Larry — 101, 111, 218 Robinson, Patricia — 99, 218 Rose, Karen — 71, 103, 113, 225 Rose, Scotty — 218 Rosenbalm, Beverly — 89, 111, 218 Rosenbaum. Patty — Ross. Diane — 186 Ross, Johnny — 87, 128, 138, 208 Rosser, Kathy — 85, 218 Rouse, Rita — 226 Russell, Barry — 99, 105, 186 Russell, Vivien — 86, 102, 186 Rutter, Linda — 218 Rutter, Teresa — 226 Rutter, Vickie - 104, 115, 116, 218 Ryan, Dan — 105, 117, 187 S Saddler, David — 99, 208 Sage, Brenda — 99, 187 Sage, Nancy — 94, 218 Salyer, Mike — 109, 218 Salyers. Diane — 226 Salyers, Larry — 106, 128, 208 Salyers, Randy - 57. 70, 88, 106, 218 Sampson, Debbie — 85, 218 Sanders, Richard — 226 Sandoe, Barbara — 81, 85, 92, 100, 115, 116, 208 Saul, Diana — 86. 208 Saul. Sheri - 93. Ill, 218 Saunders. Mrs. Millie — 89, 154 Saunders, Pamela — 113, 226 Savinsky, Cynthia — 99, 208 Savinsky, Karen — 103, 226 Scales, Tony — 226 Scarboro, David — 105, 187, 201 Schneider, Mike — 218 Scott. Sandra — 98. 208 Sears, Joy — 113, 226 Seaver, Jimmy - 56, 104, 115, 117, 218 Sellars, Pamela — 99, 187 Sexton, Donnie — 122, 210 Sexton, Phyllis — 113, 226 Sexton, Yvonne — 187 Shaffer, Brenda — 226 Shaffer, Freider — 113, 226 Shaffer, Gary — 226 208 Shaffer, Jeff - 226 Shaffer, Wayne - 111, 187 Sharrett, Johnny — 208 Sharrett, Stuart — 208 Shelton, Sherry — 187 Shelton, Sidney — 31, 125, 218 Shephard, James — 226 Shepherd, Shirley — 226 Sherwood, David — 112, 226 Shi pley, Richard — 226 Shipley, Susan - 72, 80, 83, 102, 108, 209 Shore, Kitty — 218 Shumaker, Billy - 104, 111, 112, 218 Shumate, Daniel — 226 Shumate. Susie — 113, 226 Silcox, Sharon — 78, 85, 100, 211, 218 Silcox, Susan - 23, 85, 92, 106, 120, 173, 187 Silvers, David — 187 Simons, Gerry — 187 Simpson, Willie — 226 Singleton, Vanessa — 64, 89, 96, 100, 226 Singleton, Vincent — 209 Sizemore, Gary — 102, 226 Skeens, Jerry — 158 Slaughter, Jim — 226 Sluder, Henrietta — 90. 95, 110, 187 Smeltzer, Melvin — 87, 122, 187 Smiley, Barbara — 103, 226 Smith, Danny L. - 98, 110, 112, 188, 209 Smith. Danny R. - 91, 105, 112, 138, 209 Smith, Debbie - 94, 111, 209 Smith, Donnie - 87, 110, 122, 128, 138, 209 Smith. Marc — 82, 226 Smith, Mark — 188 Smith, Pam — 89, 226 Smith, Pat — 226 Smith, Steve - 78, 84, 92, 109, 122, 208 Smith, Terry — 75, 188 Smith, Toni - 78, 79, 80, 82, 86, 104, 106, 120, 121, 174, 188 Smithson, John — 226 Snodgrass, Ricky — 209 Sorah, Sam — Spangler, Mr. Larry — 122, 128, 161 Sparkman, Fred — 110, 209 Spriggs, Jake — 218 Sproles, Vickie — 109, 219 Stacy, Gregg — 99, 209 Stallard, Nancy - 70, 85, 104, 108, 188 Stallard, Sandy - 93, 105, 138, 188 Stanley, Charles - 122, 123, 138, 188 Stapleton, Carolyn — 94, 209 Statzer, Ellen — 226 Statzer, Gina — 101, 226 Statzer, Sue - 86. 108, 110, 115, 188 Statzer, Tim - 78, 92, 105, 115, 188 Stedman, Ned - 48, 102, 106, 128, 209 Stedman, Robin — 102, 113, 226 Stevens, Rita — 100, 198, 209 Stevenson, Sally - 93. 96, 102, 113, 226 Stewart, Cora - 16, 31, 102, 104, 111, 188 Stewart, Tim — 138, 209 Stine, Doug — 226 Stone, John - 78, 111, 219 Stophel, Mike - 79, 82, 91, 102, 209 Stophel, Wayne - 81. 122, 124, 126, 188 Strickland, Debbie — 66, 94, 98, 209 Stringer, Hugh — 82, 115, 117, 188 Strouth, David — 112, 226 Sullivan, Donald — 219 Swiney, Mary — 54, 80, 86, 104, 108, 188 Sword, Lynn — 209 Sword, Rita — 114, 115 Sykes, Reginia — 209 T Talley, Cathy - 111, 219 254 Tallmadge, Mrs. Linda — 102, 161 Tapscott, Teresa — 24, 85, 93, 219 Tate, Bobby - 110, 112, 188 Tate, Danny — 226 Tate, Fred - 58, 93, 101, 104, 219 Tate, Karen - 85, 103, 113, 219 Tauscher, Phil — 62, 189 Taylor, Donna - 93, 95, 101, 110, 113, 132, 189 Tenney, Anthony — 226 Thomas, Robert — 226 Thomas, Sherry - 58, 92, 93, 101, 189 Thomas, Zane — 74, 219 Thompson, Charma — 219 Thompson, David — 98, 189 Thompson, Joan — 83, 100, 209 Thrash, Mrs. Ruth — 63, 161 Thurmond, Lissa — 80, 83, 104, 106, 189 Thurston, Jackie — 219 Thurston, Sammy — 226 Tittle, Harry - 112, 226 Todt, Robin - 86, 100, 219 Tolbert, Carol - 85, 111, 219 Tollie, Denise — 113, 227 Towns, Mr. Robert — 87, 161 Trammell, Donnie — 209 Trent, Debra — 210 Tritt, Charles — 189 Tritt, Sandra - 100, 113, 227 Tritt, Thelma - 110, 210 Trivett, Brenda — 189 Tuell, Haynes — 210 Turner, Claudia — 227 U Umberger, Stanley — 117, 227 Umberger, Steve — 80, 82, 92, 210 Underwood, Janet — 227 V VanHoy, Debbie - 93, 94, 110, 111, 210 Vaughn, Cheryl — 111, 189 Vicars, Dennis — 74, 219 Vine, Mark — 210 W Wade, Susan — 227 Walker, Randy — 210 Wallace, Gary - 80, 84, 92, 137, 189 Walling, Mark - 84, 111, 219 Walls, Bobby - 99, 122, 128, 219 Walsh, Allen - 99, 189 Walsh, Debbie — 113, 227 Walsh, Larry — 227 Wampler, David — 138 Wampler, Lisa — 117, 227 Wampler, Vicki — 117, 227 Wann, Sylvia — 111, 219 Warren, Merle — 100, 101, 102, 219 Washington, Don — 227 Washington, James — 227 Watford, Mr. Jerry - 122, 123, 137, 161 Watford, Leslie - 52, 113, 227 Waycaster, Lucille — 227 Waycaster, Rocky — 227 Weatherly, Celeste — 116, 210 Weatherley, Terry — 227 Weeks, Eddie — Weeks, Jerry — 99, 219 Weiler, Randy — 122, 210 Wells, Jerry - 227 West, Dwight — 210 West, Ralph — Wheeler, John — 219 Wheeler, Steve — 189 Whicker, Carole — 18, 86, 110, 189 Whicker, Cheryl - 86, 94, 210 Whitaker, Mrs. Ralph — 154 Whitaker, Sandra — 116, 219 Whitaker, Una - 80, 97, 116, 210 White, Pam - 80, 83, 104, 210 White, Sammy — 227 Whitley, Miss Nancy — 26, 106, 157, 161 Whitten, Ginger — 103, 227 Widener, Carol — 85, 227 Widener, Donna — 85, 189 Widner, Elaine — 189 Widner, Phyllis - 113, 227 Wilkenson, Mr. Clarence A. — 82, 161 Wilkenson, Terry — 116, 227 Williams, Allen — 219 Williams, Barbara — 98, 111, 190 Williams, Camille - 80, 97, 103, 116, 210 Williams, Mrs. Carolyn — 161 Williams, Debbie — 227 Williams, Ethel — 227 Williams, Mr. Harry — 88, 161 Williams, Jerry — 227 Williams, Kenneth — 227 Williams, Mrs. Mildred — 161 Williams, Ralph — 227 Williams, Rosetta — 190 Williams, Steve — 117, 210 Williams, Tony — 210 Willis, Betty - 111, 190, 203 Willis, David — 210 Willis, Gary - 210 Wilson, Charles — 227 Wilson, Ricky — 112, 227 Wilson, William — 101, 190 Winters, Geneva — 98, 190 Winters, Mike — 227 Wise, Butch - 116, 227 Wise, Jo Ann — 111, 190 Wise, Lester — 101, 219 Wolfe, Doris — 111, 219 Wolfe, Jerry — 56, 101, 219 Wolfe, Jerry - 112, 116, 227 Wood, Howard — 227 Woody, David - 81, 88, 115, 117, 190 Woody, Dawn — 227 Woody, Lydia — 95, 190 Worley, Charlie — 99, 227 Worley, Gary — 227 Worley, James — 227 Worley, Mary — 100, 227 Worley, Ronnie — 210 Worley, Vicky — 111, 219 Wright, Betty - 227 Wright, Denise — 113, 227 Wright, Jane — 190 Wright, Landon — 219 Wright, Stella — 210 Wygal, Jon - 104, 227 Y Yarber, Earl - 227 York, Patrick — 101, 219 255 To The Students Of VHS: The school year is over. It ended with graduation. For the Sen- iors, it was their last year at Virginia High School. Graduation night was the last time they assembled as a group. Many will never see their classmates again — except for the school yearbook. This year’s Virginian is the most expensive ever and, we hope, the best. The style has been drastically changed to give it a more modern look. It has been a hard year for the yearbook staff. Our hardest deadlines are in the winter months and, unfortunately, most of our school days are missed during these months — (VT week, Christ- mas vacation, exams, and especially this year’s snow days). There are several staff members I would like to thank for doing an extra fine job. These people came to school running a temperature, worked as late as 2:00 o’clock at night, and stayed as late as 5:00 in the afternoon to meet their deadlines. That takes true devotion. For Peggy and I, our job is finished. We have tried to present the student body with the best Virginian ever. Now, our Virginian be- comes your Virginian. 256 For Reference Not to be taken from this room BRISTOL PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 0650 1 006 6605


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