Virginia High School - Virginian Yearbook (Bristol, VA)

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THE VIRGINIAN 1971 PUBLISHED 1971 THE VIRGINIAN STAFF VIRGINIA HIGH SCHOOL BRISTOL, VIRGINIA 1 BRISTOL PUBLIC LIBRARY 701 Goode Street Bristol, Virginia 24201 The 1971 VIRGINIAN presents our world of freedom. Freedom of speech md expression guided by decency and responsibility. Freedom to try the new innovations and to question traditions. Freedom of motion displayed by athletes who have modified their personal freedom to prepare for contests. Freedom to loaf and be lazy or to work and reach new heights of achievement. Freedom to enter into activities; to take part in special events; , to share with special people. Freedom of individuality. FREEDOM ... to live. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword and Contents 2-3 Introduction 4-13 Dedication 14-15 Student Life 16-57 Features and Honor 46-57 Academics 58-93 Athletics 94-123 Organizations • 124-153 Faculty and Administration 154-169 Album 170-221 Freshmen 172-179 Sophomores 180-189 Juniors 190-201 Seniors 202-221 Directories 222-230 Faculty 224-225 Seni or 226-230 Advertising 231-247 Index 248-255 Afterword 256 ■M 3 ■ ’ : n ; i t A Bif • ’ ' . - r J A ' •’ :-iKi FREEDOM OF ESTABLISHING AN INSTITUTION - VHS j 5 6 FREEDOM OF ACTIVITY AND UNRESTRAINED EMOTION 7 ATTAINING GOALS OF UNLIMITED KNOWLEDGE 8 FREEDOM OF INVOLVEMENT IN STUDENT LIFE 10 11 INDIVIDUAL USE OF FREEDOM IN THE COMMUNITY 12 13 DEDICATION Walking into a room cluttered with pictures, newspapers, magazines and books is a unique experience at Virginia High. Very few classrooms are kept equipped with contemporary materials and such an assortment of books as hers is. Everything that is studied in textbooks is supplemented by excerpts from material she has painstakingly and dutifully saved. Each day is brightened with her discussions, ideas, and enthusiasm, but the fifty-five minutes allotted never seem to be enough. As she once said in class, " I have all these grandiose ideas, and then the bell rings. " As much enthusiasm as she displays in the classroom ' one would think she would not have enough energy left to attend outside activities and meetings in the evenings. But she can be found at many games and extracurricular activities supporting our school as much as any student. She received an A.B. degree from Berea College and continued her education at the University of Virginia, the University of North Carolina, and East Tennessee State University to complete the requirements for her M.A. She presently is chairman of the C.A. Belcher Scholarship Committee, head of the English Department, and a teacher of sophomore and senior English. We dedicate the 1971 Virginian to this unique person, Mrs. Doris Booth. 15 FREEDOM OF INVOLVEMENT IN STUDENT LIFE 16 As individuals, we have the freedom to participate in activities that hold a special attraction for us. Freedom to take advantage of the opportunities offered; to experience the feeling of pride to explore the vast regions of our imaginations. Freedom to work together; to become better acquainted with our friends and neighbors, the town in which we live. Freedom to co-operate; to do the best we can with our abilities. Freedom ... to become involved, to become a special part of V.H.S. 17 THE 1970 JUNIOR- SENIOR PROM a ▲ 18 Anticipation of that special invitation; trying to decide what to wear. The many hours spent in making decorations. " Soul sounds, " black lights, and an evening when the hours slip by too fast. (a) Some couples take a break and watch the action on the floor, (b) Mr. Outlaw " takes care " of the refreshments, (c) Fred Tate and Sherry Thomas are two of the hard working students who helped decorate for the 1970 prom, (d) Couples " do their own thing " to the great sound of the Divites. (e) The action continues in spite of the crowded conditions, (f) Many art students take part in producing the murals for decorations. 19 SENIOR CLASS BANQUET Formal attire, mixed emotions. Receiving awards, being recognized for the achievements and progress made in the four years we ' ve attended V.H.S. Being together with the class as a whole for one of the last times. (a) Senior Class officers man the head table to keep an eye on those up front, (b) Senior Banquet is one of the last times the Class of ' 70 gathers before graduation, (c) Guests stand for seniors leaving Baccalaureate, (d) Members of Concert Choir sing at Bacca- laureate. 20 BACCALAUREATE Many hours spent practicing at State Street Church for Baccalaureate, where to sit, which aisle to take, who to follow. And then, finally, the awe and reverence of baccalaureate service itself. 21 22 GRADUATION The rustle of caps and gowns. Listening to the guest speakers. Hearing your name called and going up to receive your long awaited diploma. Many shed tears of nervousness, happiness, regret, anticipation, and good-bye. 23 TIDBITS 24 25 26 (a) Many students were excused from school to hear President Nixon ' s speech at E.T.5.U. (b) Freshmen work on a series of tiring tests, (c) Senior girls talk with Randolph-Macon rep- resentative and former V.H.S. student, Peggy Parks, (d) Juniors had an opportunity to participate in the College Day program, (e) The SCA has an open meeting with Dr. Hislop and Mr. Anderson to discuss exam procedures, (f) Faculty cheerleaders actively support their team, (g) Coach Watford and Larry Salyers jump for the ball in the Student-Faculty game sponsered by the Latin Club. f ► 27 28 29 30 I 31 V-T WEEK PEP!! . . . Halls full of decorations; skits and pep rallies held throughout the week. Cheering in the halls, riding through Viking territory in the car parade. Yelling at the bonfire, trying to keep your place in the Snake Dance. Receiving a corsage, going to the highlight of the week — the V. T. Game, and returning home with victory or . . . tears. 32 I 33 34 (a) Patrice Kerr and Bridget Dickert hold the break-through at the pep rally, (b) Interact Club members decorate one hall, (c) Part of the dec- orations are put up by the cheer- leaders. (d) Players run through the break-through at the V-T Game, (e) Cathy Leonard adds the finishing touch, (f) Jackpot ' 70 brightens the front hall. 35 b c a (a) Butch Shelton and Gail Carter join in the fun on Roller Skating Night, (b) Teresa Odum and Jimmy Hobbs are victims of Kangeroo Kourt. (c) Susie Greer sells TWIRP Birds to Patricia Goodpasture and Kathy Groseclose. (d) Vickie Mink, Fred Tate, Pam Smith pay the price for violating TWIRP rules, (e) Carolyn Kearfott and Glen Greenwell enjoy Pizza Night, (f) TWIRP Week was highlighted by a successful dance featuring the Falling Rock. 36 " Moon Moods " . . . ' Sponsored by the Junior ClassJ Humorous skits: " Moon Walk Dance " , " Alleghany Moon " , " Moon River " . Little Moon Men with silvermoon rocks j romantic setting and scenes. Tiny Tim and Miss Vicki flitting] among the audience throwing tulips and kisses. Thirty-nine contestants vieing for the title of Mr. and Miss Virginia High. 38 SPRING FESTIVAL (a) The Continental Waltz: Mike Fleenor, Janice Ellis, Freddie Spark- man, Susie Greer, Kathy Geromanos, Mike Stophel, Karen Tate, David Sher- wood, Duffy Allen, David Strouth, Mike Ellis, Susie Littleton, (b) Steam Heat: Lachelle Hughes, Robbie Gudger, Gail Carter, Leslie Huntley, Sharron Pope, James Pender, Issac Pope, Teresa Johnson, Harlon King, Millie Pope, " Butch” Shelton, Diane Huntley. (c) Moonwalk: Jeanne Lauman, Linda Matthews, Patricia Goodpasture, Merle Warren, Laura Fields, Leigh Lewis, Brenda Matthews, Gary Roberts, Alyson Arnold, Julie Hairston, Janice Oxendin, Linda Schneider, Janis Campbell, Nancy Hurt, (d) Space Ship Song: Tiny Tim — David King, Miss Vickie — Merle Warren. W c 39 (a) Throne Committee: Karen Perk- ins, June Griswold, Vickie Johnson, (b) Mural Committee: Fred Tate, Merle Warren, Sherre Cox, Phil Leonard, Ellen Martin, Julian Cunningham, Sharron Pope, (c) Astronauts and Moonmaids: Arlette Patrick, Terry Gabel, Linda Leonard, Barbara Sandoe, Sharon Denny, Debbie Fleenor, Vickie Rutter, Marcia Hamilton, Jan Combs, Carol Tolbert, Elizabeth Johnson, Connie Kegley, Cathy Rosser, Bill Dunkin, Ricky McVey, Mike Fleenor, Jim Seaver, Fred Tate, (d) Small Talk: Phil Dingus, Pam Baer, Libby Bow- man, Donnie Smith, Freddie Sparkman, Judy Ellis, Mike Ellis, Fonda Cross, Sally Stevenson, Steve Parrott, Susan Shipley, Mark Walling. 40 (a) M.C: Rocky Fulp (b) Organist: Mike Crowe, (c) Girls ' Ensemble: Janice Ellis, Teresa Odum, Mary O ' dell, Ann Mor- ton, Lucetta Farnham, Suzan Pope, (d) Singers: Danny Smith and Mark Walling. (e) Mike Ellis pre- sented gifts in ap- preciation to Spring Festival sponsor Mrs. McNutt, and Mrs. Branson, (f) Quar- tet: Mike Ellis, Steve Parrott, Danny Smith, Mark Walling, and accompanist Bill Shumaker. A { T d b T QUEEN Miss Julie Hairston KING Mr. Danny Smith ▲ (a) Third Runner-up Steve Parrott and Kim Campbell; first Runner-up Charles Gemmell, Debbie Samp- son; Miss Virginia High Julie Hairston and Mr, Virginia High Danny Smith; second Runner-up Steve Smith and Pam Baer; fourth Runner-up Mike Worrell and Connie Kegley. (b) Contestants, (c) Mr. and Miss Virginia High. 45 Miss Virginian Colette Pullon I i I (a) Mr. David Hartman, (b) First runner-up Patrice Kerr, (c) Second runner-up Teresa Tapscott. (d) Third runner-up Judy Ellis. Each year the Virginian staff sponsors a Miss Virginian contest with competition open to any senior girl who sub- mits her picture to the staff. This year twenty-six pictures were submitted, and our judge was Mr. David Hartman of NBC ' s The Bold Ones. Mr. Hartman was in Bristol as part of the 1971 March of Dimes Telerama. In making his selection Mr. Hartman said; C tjuLL CUX lesf " ' I Itc Cuuxjtj, Lottt tc. ILx t uv. ' njuu.tJL ftrt U a )pt»A4 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Each year faculty members are asked to choose from the senior class students who have demonstrated com- mendable traits in stabil- ity, achievement, and ci- tizenship in learning and service. From numerous students nominated by teach- ers who have taught at least one year at Virginia High, the ten top nominees are selected SENIOR SUPER- LATIVES. Judith Leigh Ellis David Allen Qark Carolyn Anne Kearfott Stephanie Louanne Blevins Michael Ralph Fleenor 48 Frances Camille Williams Cathy Joanne Leonard Charles Steven Parrott Teresa Lynne Odum Mary Susan Shipley 49 WHO ' S WHO (a) MOST INTELLECTUAL (b) FRIENDLIEST (c) MOST TALENTED Louanne Blevins Bill Cooper June Griswold Donnie Smith Sharron Pope Julian Cunningham (d) MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Susan Shipley Larry Salyers MOST SCHOOL Rita Stevens SPIRITED (f) MOST ATHLETIC Rebecca Hawkins Gary Booher 50 A ( ▼ d 51 (a) BEST DRESSED Judy Ellis Lee Miller (b) WITTIEST Barbara Greene Bruce Meade (c) MOST ORIGINAL Sherre Cox Charles Jones (d) BEST LOOKING Barbara Sandoe Glen Greenwell (e) BEST ALL ROUND Teresa Odum David Clark (f) BEST PERSONALITY Cathy Leonard Charles Gemmell f A dV 53 HOMECOMING QUEEN (a) Contestants await the final decision. (b) The new Homecoming Queen is named! (c) Cathy Leonard is crowned Homecoming Queen for 1971 . AWARDS AND HONORS ► c (a) Merit ' s Who ' s Who in American High Schools. (b) Elizabeth Johnson won the DAR essay award. (c) Members of the All Regional Chorus. 55 56 r d (a) All-State West members, (b) June Griswold wins 1971 Betty Crocker award, (c) Mr. Hall presents the W. C. Rasnake Math Trophy, (d) Ruth Gobble, William Fulp, and Elizabeth Johnson are school Voice of Democracy winners, (e) Mike Crowe, Em Brown, Sandra Leonard, Ed Johnson, Mrs. Daniel, Lissa Thurmond, Phil Leonard, Pam White and Cora Stewart have outstanding first in Latin Tournament rankings, (g) Lissa Thurmond places 1st in Virginia State Latin Tournament, (f) Ned Stedman, Lucetta Farnham, William Fulp place in Virginia Intermont College Forensic Contest. 57 Freedom Of Achievement In ACADEMICS 58 Freedom to advance. Freedom to gain knowledge. Freedom to explore into worlds past, present, and future. To broaden our interests. To find answers to satisfy our curiosity. Freedom to compete and excel, to win honors in certain categories, recognition and pride. Freedom to decide what kind of future we want to prepare for our dreams and goals, to make them become a reality. Freedom to develop skills, to learn new crafts, to understand one ' s inner self. Freedom to study, to v»rork, to understand. Freedom ... to build our minds. 59 MATHEMATICS " The burning of midnight oil. " Homework copied and recopied. Hundreds of numbers, theorems, and equations. Working for weeks on a geometry project to outshine them all. 60 (a) General Math class works on assignment. (b) G eometry display is interesting to Tommy Cross, (c) Algebra 1 students use over- head projector for displaying problems, (d) Students in Algebra II explain their prob- lems. 61 SCIENCE Exploring a world of tiny creatures. Experiencing the first dissection. Memorizing the valences of metals and nonmetals, the description of a Bunsen burner. Hoping your lab experiment won ' t flop . . . this time. a A 62 (a) Coach Spangler listens as Scott Hoback discusses the care and feeding of white mice. (b) David Clark and Billy Cooper examine the different parts of the worm they are about to dissect, (c) Mike Worrell feeds the experimental fish as Patricia Grubb watches, (d) Billy Keesee tests to find the percentage of water in CuSO4-5H20. d 63 SOCIAL STUDIES " In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. " Memorizing dates, Discussing the foundations of our American Heritage, The principles of democracy. The Voice of Freedom. A 64 (a) Mr. Huf¥man, student teacher, laughs over a political cartoon, (b) Students view government projects in Mrs. Debusk ' s room, (c) Government class hard at work??? (d) Coach Merritt catches up on previous lesson and gives class a break. d A 65 FOREIGN LANGUAGE Memorizing and translating pages of conversations, vocabulary to learn, tenses to be drilled, headphone connections in the wrong holes. Conversions . . . displays . . . projects. Cramming for a pop test . . . Bon! (a) " Comment allez vous " ? French students lis- ten to tapes to improve vocabulary and pronoun- ciation. (b) Karen White and Leigh Lewis act out a scene from " Jason and the Argonauts " , (c) A touch of Spanish festivity to enhance the classroom. a A 66 67 (a) Mrs. Post and her first period English class act out scenes from “The Crucibal. " (b) Students in the process of learning, (c) Sue Shumate studying her next days assign- ment. (d) Mrs. Morton explains to John Morrisey about diagraming sentences. 68 ENGLISH Alleviate . . . emissary . . . reprehensible. Writing term papers on Sunday . . . for Monday. Slides and films on Hamlet. " Now cracks a noble heart. Good night, sweet prince; and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest! " — Shakespeare. 69 JOURNALISM The Little Virginian representing the voice of the students: Provides coverage including club activities, sports, and other school activities; Participating in the annual meeting of the Southern Interscholastic Press Association; Working on an apprentice staff in order to gain a year ' s experience in journalism before actually setting out the school paper. a A b (a) Little Virginian staf¥ looks over exchange papers from other schools, (b) Karen Tate assists Mike Gregory with an article for the staff, (c) Terry Hamilton, Nancy Davis, and Tom Dillon look over posters sold by the staff, (d) Ned Stedman reads up on High School Journalism, (e) Miss Morton points out to the sixth period class a mistake in an article of an exchange paper, (f) Miss Morton reads an interesting article from another paper. ◄ d 71 ▼ b VIRGINIAN STAFF Deadlines to meet, rules to be learned, pictures to be cropped, layouts to do over again. Lots of hard work, but when it ' s completed there is a satisfaction of turning out one of the best yearbooks ever. 72 (a) David Post crops picture, (b) Annual Staf¥ trying to meet a deadline, (c) Business Manager Vicki Sproles and Ad Manager Debbie Hawthorne working on index, (d) Ed Hackley identifies pictures. 73 SPEECH Knocking of knees, trying to swallow the lump stuck in your throat. Learning to stomach the criticism. Competing in the Forensics Tournament . . . Winning a trophy . . . Traii]g tu long a fonetik simbiz (a) Puzzled, Bobby and Tim watch Linda as she participates in a game of charades, (b) Ned Stedman entertains the class with his extemporaneous speech. 74 STUDY HALL Catching up on old assignments; Enjoying a class where you can finally settle down to enjoy your favorite past time — daydreaming; Or, maybe, just going to sleep! A b (a) Kathy Bryan studies quietly, (b) Mike Absher hard at work in Study Hall??? (c) Students utilizing Study Hall. ◄ 75 INDUSTRIAL ARTS Learning the fundamental skills necessary for a profitable career in industry today. Welding metals, working with wood, leathers; Electronics . . . wiring processes . . . Building a radio . . . and having it work! (a) Tommy Acuf¥ works diligently, (b) Leslie Huntley and Fred Hayes discuss the architectural blueprints for the " house " they are constructing, (c) Ricky Roark tries his skill on the table saw. (d) Greg Melkowski and Gary Booher using a cutting torch to dismantle an old car body. 77 COMMERCIAL ARTS “F . . . 5 . . . F . . . S . . . G . . . space. " Trying to co-ordinate your fingers, to make a better score on the five minute timed writings. Going home to change your skirt because you got stencil ink all over it. Ffelping teachers by typing out tests, mimeographing. Getting used to the tap . . . tap tap ... of twenty odd typewriters. 78 1 j V f 1 )« M] (a) Sylvia Wann pauses to look over what she has typed, (b) Theda Faucette and Patricia Goodpasture work continously. (c) Mrs. Lewis helps Janice Oakes with a tabulation problem. (d) Terry Booher works with an adding machine, (e) Barbara Robins types as Laura Malone thumbs through the files. 79 80 (a) Third year art students decorating hall bulletin board, (b) Fourth period art class works on Christmas projects, (c) Susie Little- ton and Joyce Lane put the finishing touches on their projects, (d) Donna Keesee con- structs a tissue paper butterfly. 81 HOME ECONOMICS Cracking the first egg. Making it into an omlette . . . having it burn. Designing an original and . . . sewing it over again. Fixing salads, health foods. Learning how to care for the home. 82 (a) Rhonda Fleenor patiently pins her pattern pieces to the material, (b) “1 think I ' ll put fringe and symbols on mine. " (c) Mrs. Coleman instructs her students on the application of decorations on waste paper baskets, (d) Evonne Lyttle formally setting a table . 83 (a) Coach Allison ' s health class studies for a test, (b) Pat York draws a foul while going up for the rebound, (c) Geoff Harter guards Ricky Lovegrove. (d) Teresa Cooper concen- trates on sit-ups. (e) Team mates await re- turn from a fellow player. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION ' T-2-3-4-down on the floor! Okay . . . run around the track five times. Hold those stomachs in. These girls are really out of shape. They ' re dropping like flies all over the track. I just can ' t understand it! " 85 DRIVER EDUCATION (a) Driver Education students are taught controls of the car by Mr. Hurley, (b) Steve Morton and Howard Woods re- ceive in structions from Mr. Hurley, (c) Harry Tittle starts his first day of behind the wheel training. The first time on the road . . . gripping the steering wheel, not going above 25 m.p.h.. Wondering if the student driving now is as scared as you were, praying he ' s more sure of himself. Looking forward with excitement to the next time. 86 SPECIAL EDUCATION New opportunities being offered, doors to brighter futures being opened. History, math, science, subjects to be learned. Better facilities and training. c (a) Debbie Rawn receives instruction from Mrs. Fogarty, (b) Special education group took swimming instructions last summer, (c) Allan Burklowe seeks help from Mrs. Key on his English assign- ment. 87 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Learning to use the " tools " of the trade: typewriters, adding machines, cash registers. The art of sales managing, office training, good salesmanship. A better businessman for the world of business. (a) President of D.E., Bryan Arnold, shows how a customer thinks, (b) John Morrissey demonstrates his appliance. 88 INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVE TRAINING The challenge of tomorrow. Obtaining the chance to work for community businesses while getting an education. Experimenting in different fields of business: Costomotology, floral arrangements, helping at a children ' s nursery. Learning today to be capable tomorrow. (a) Donnie Sexton works with blue-print machine, (b) Ronald Bacon draws at Black Diamond. 89 BAND Practice . . . practice . . . practice. For there are programs to give and contests to enter. Parades to march in. The excitement of a new town, new faces; faces of those you will be competing against. The promises of Band Camp to look forward to. 90 CHORUS Singing . . . Expressing stories and ideas through the voice. Trying out for Concert Choir; Singing a solo in the Christmas program. Going on tour . . . Doing what you enjoy and enjoying what you do! 92 1 tl ' HI ; Jilli 1 II 5 j! t TIfV " L ◄ " (a) Mr. Perry directs during Qirist- mas program, (b) The Concert Choir finishes the Christmas concert singing the Halleluia Chorus, (c) Girls Glee Club performs in the seasonal activ- ity. (d) During the V.H.S. Christmas program Boys Glee Club demon- strated harmony, (e) Mary O ' dell as- sists Mixed Chorus in Christmas car- oling. 93 Freedom Of Activity In ATHLETICS lU. Freedom to participate in one of the many sports available, to do one ' s best even when losing, to practice good sportsmanship and encourage school spirit. Freedom to stand up for the things you have pride in; your school, your friends, your team. Freedom to live up to the rules, to play fairly; to shake your opponents hand. Freedom to hold your head high, during the raising of the flag. Freedom to work as a team, to help your teammate when he ' s down, to feel jubilant when you ' ve won. Freedom ... to become a better person from experiences and standards set in sports. GOLF ' 70 SCOREBOARD Battle Johnson City Tennessee Johnson City Marion Johnson City Abingdon Holston Battle East Johnson City Marion Abingdon East Tennessee 365 VHS 306 VHS 165 VHS 146 VHS 363 VHS 304 VHS 172 VHS 224 VHS 341 VHS 347 VHS 300 VHS 346 VHS 344 VHS 323 VHS 333 VHS 345 360 163 163 332 332 179 179 326 320 323 338 320 343 316 96 (a) Serge Martin concentrates on putt, (b) Cecil Bradley, Lee Miller, Tommy Cunningham, Coach Watford, Gary Wallace, Serge Martin, Joe Perry, Danny Edwards, Bill Shoemaker, (c) Gary Wallace takes approach shot, (d) Cecil Bradley follows through in form. c ◄ 97 TRACK a A ' 70 SCOREBOARD Tennessee 32 VHS 94 Battle 641 2 VHS 711 2 Marion 66 VHS 69 98 I ■■ « « (a) Livingston, Cross, McVey, Stophel, Keesee, Roberts, Coach Byington, Perkins, Wilson, DeLapp, Seavers (Mgr.), Williams (Mgr.), Ratcliff, Johnson, Thomas, Neal, Duncan (Mgr.), Durrance. (b) Neal scars over sand pit. (c) Two Cats off and running against a single opponent. 99 100 d A (a) Livingston displays outstanding ability, (b) Henner leads opponent in long distance race, (c) Enthused spectators enjoy track meet, (d) Man- agers Dunkin, Seavers, and Williams, complete a hard afternoon ' s work, (e) Leonard heaves shot against Marion. 101 BASEBALL The Virginia High Bearcats " uncrowned base- ball champs of the Southwest District " amassed a 17-3 record for their best season ever. The mighty ' Cats were number one in 8 out of 9 ca- tagories in the Southwest District. Hard hitting Danny Barker led in five departments. The four highest batting averages in the district were held by Virginia High Athletes. The powerful Bear- cats couldn ' t participate in the playoffs because of being saddled with a VHSL probation. 102 (a) Front row: Coach Spangler, Sam Eaton, Steve Smith, Bill Corum, Wayne Stophel, Mike Bailey, Glen Greenwell, Coach Bailey. 2nd row: Harvey Cooper, Jeff Dowell, Danny Barker, Doug Houser, Randy Walker, Greg Dorton, Bobby Walls, Gary Roberts, Back row: Ronnie Doss, Eddie Durrance, Dean Jones, Bruce Meade, Terry Weatherly, Fred Sparkman, Billy Bryant, (b) " Demon Dean " Jones on the mound, (c) Danny Barker at the plate (d) Coaches Spanger and Bailey. 103 ' 70 SCOREBOARD Abingdon Kingsport Gate City University High East Elizabethton Battle Cumberland (Ky.) Gate City Marion Tennessee East University High Grundy Double Grundy header Tennessee Mountain City Marion Central Battle 1 VMS 0 6 VHS 5 1 VHS 2 0 VHS 10 0 VHS 7 9 VHS 11 2 VHS 5 0 VHS 4 9 VHS 5 1 VHS 8 6 VHS 7 9 VHS 13 1 VHS 5 0 VHS 6 3 VHS 8 1 VHS 15 2 VHS 9 2 VHS 10 2 VHS 3 1 VHS 5 A 104 d A (a) EXirrance and Jones wait for a piece of tfie action, (b) Bryant studies opponents wfiile warming up. (c) Jones connects witJi pitcfi, (d) Fleenor and Barlcer watcfi tJie game. ◄ 105 (a) Doss slams one. (b) Safe at third, (c) Barker trots across the plate, (d) Rita shows enthusiasm, (e) Janis Campbell, Cathy Leo- nard, Susie Greer, Teresa Odum, Alyson Arnold, Rita Stevens, Carolyn Kearfott. A 106 d A CHEERLEADERS The 1970-1971 V.H.5. cheerleaders are un- doubtedly the best yet to represent our school in state competition. They won various awards, in- cluding best squad, at a cheerleaders ' camp in Virginia Beach. This year ' s cheerleaders, with fantastic school spirit and the ability to project it, aroused and strengthened our school spirit . . . They have truly given V.H.S. something to be very proud of. 107 a A 108 ( A ◄ (a) Janis Campbell, Cathy Leonard, Susie Greer, Teresa Odum, Alyson Arnold, Rita Stevens, and Carolyn Kearfott, (b) Carolyn Kearfott ' s look of distress is contrasted by officer ' s apathy, (c) Alyson Arnold sings Star Spangled Banner before game, (d) Teresa Odum decorates for V-T week, (e) Cathy Leonard throws out candy in the Christmas parade, (f) Stevens and Kearfott lead cheers at a football game. 109 FOOTBALL The Virginia High Bearcats suffered a disap- pointing season as they went 2-8 for the season. In the opening game Bearcats met the Trojan ' s of Battle High and lost a hard fought contest. In the second game of the season the Cats really looked good but lost by only one point to highly rated Graham. As the season developed the ' Cats could not quite put it all together, as they emerge defeated 80% of the games. Most games, howev- er, were closer than the scores indicated. The Bearcats defeated two good S.W. district teams. The Abingdon game, 7-6, was a tough game played in the mud. The talents of Butch Shelton and Joe Perry put us on the scoreboard, as Shel- ton broke loose for a touchdown and Perry made the extra point. The Richlands game, 32-12, was a well earned victory. 110 (a) Front row: Edwards, Salyers, Cansler, Roberts, S. Smith, Davenport, Shelton, Bailey, Gemmell, Worrell, Perkins, Washington, 2nd row: Wilson, Perry, Owens, Ketron, Pender, P. Widener, McKamey, R. Widner, Parrot, Cross, Gilmer, Walls, Back row: Pauley, Smithson, Miller, Corvin, Hackley, Booher, D. Smith, Strouth, Sherwood, Weatherly, Minnick, Bowers, (b) Coach Spangler consults with Coach Allison in press box. (c) Raphael Cansler boots one. (d) Pre-Season practice, (e) Coach Watford and Danny Edwards discuss offensive plays. Ill ' 70 SCOREBOARD Battle 22 VHS Graham 24 VHS Grundy 30 VHS Abingdon 6 VHS Marion 43 VHS Central 30 VHS Richlands 12 VHS Tazewell 24 VHS Patrick Henry 22 VHS Tennessee 44 VHS 112 (a) Managers: Rosser, Bower, Canty, Walling, Kelly. (b) Meditation on sideline, (c) Virginia High 32, Richlands 12. (d) Shelton trapped by Tazewell defense, (e) Ramblin ' Raphael " Rat " Cansler carries against vicious Vikings. 113 (a) Cats rest on bus before Marion game, (b) David Strouth carries for Virginia in V-T game, (c) Benchwarmers anxiously await call to action, (d) Charles Perkins shows second effort, (e) Tennessee High ' s Massengill runs for his life. 114 115 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL ' 70 SCOREBOARD Ross Robinson 20 VHS Ketron 8 VHS Marion 8 VHS Colonial Heights 8 VHS John Sevier 6 VHS John Battle 14 VHS 116 (a) Coach Spangler takes control in prac- tice. (b) Front row: Rosser, Smith, Watford, P. Dingus, Greene, Moore, Lampkins, Walling. Second row: Gudger, Mullins, Wiley, Post, M. Dingus, Creger, Collins, Tolley. Third row: Houser, Gentry, Mann, T. Rose, W. Rose, Cullop, Kelly, Sykes, (c) Mike Worrell gains yardage against Battle, (d) Ronnie Davenport rambles, (e.) Barrie Smith scrambles as Davenport blocks. ' 71 SCOREBOARD BASKETBALL Abingdon 38 VHS 54 Gate City 60 VHS 61 Tenn. High 67 VHS 43 East 74 VHS 62 Grundy 69 VHS 85 Tenn. High 80 VHS 48 Patrick Henry 56 VHS 74 Marion 44 VHS 38 Battle 49 VHS 75 Patrick Henry 53 VHS 72 Marion 26 VHS 40 Richlands 64 VHS 79 Graham 75 VHS 64 Tazewell 56 VHS 67 Battle 53 VHS 60 Abingdon 49 VHS 61 Gate City 93 VHS 72 East 76 VHS 61 SWD Tournament Scores Abingdon 64 VHS 71 Gate City 76 VHS 67 Virginia High ' s ' 70- ' 71 varsity basket- ball team was an exciting and unpre- dictable ball club. Early in the season, forecasters predicted the Bearcats to finish in the cellar of the SWD. But as the sea- son progressed, Virginia High proved to be a contender for the crown, eventually finishing third in the district. The Bearcats were blessed with plenty of individual talent. Senior Bruce Meade was a stand-out ballhandler and shooter. James Pender, dubbed " Jumping James " by area sportswriters, was a con- sistent performer all season. Mike Foote, a junior, provided the Bearcats with plenty of rebounds. Other stand-outs were Steve Smith, Raphael Cansler, Leon- ard Bowers, and Harlon King. 118 119 b ▲ (a) Pender, Groseclose, Martin, Smith, Cansler, Everett, Bowers, Foote, Meade, Green, Williams. Kneeling: Coach Towns, (b) Mgrs. Jones, Fleenor, Kelly, (c) Mike Foote drives against Gate City defense, (d) James Pender takes jump shot, (e) Bruce Meade shoots against East, (f) Raphael “Rat " Cansler makes a jump shot. I 120 121 " B " TEAM ' 71 SCOREBOARD Abingdon 30 VHS 24 Gate City 30 VHS 43 Tenn. High 33 VHS 28 East 52 VHS 32 Grundy 39 VHS 27 Tenn. High 38 VHS 26 Patrick Henry 34 VHS 39 Marion 48 VHS 28 Battle 32 VHS 31 Patrick Henry 40 VHS 56 Marion 56 VHS 39 Richlands 25 VHS 37 Graham 38 VHS 30 Tazewell 41 VHS 49 Battle 35 VHS 34 Abingdon 51 VHS 48 Gate City 56 VHS 41 East 60 VHS 32 81 iS 8 U,i!|’ W ' t ' . • J Q- i 122 9th GRADE ' 71 SCOREBOARD Tenn. High 49 VHS Gate City 17 VHS Battle 30 VHS Holston 35 VHS Gate City 78 VHS Marion 30 VHS Tenn. High 38 VHS Holston 38 VHS Holston 33 VHS Abingdon 41 VHS Battle 34 VHS Holston 66 VHS Abingdon 37 VHS Marion 21 VHS 29 36 33 50 (a) Jimmy Johnson on a layup, (b) Front 33 row: Rosser, Moore, Crane, Mitchel, 2g Cato, Johnson, Morton, Walling. Back row: Coach Allison, Widner, Washing- ton, Eury, Carter, Smith, Pope, Wells, (c) 36 Front row: Watford, Kelly, Smith, Cul- 32 lop, Greene, Washington Snader, Mul- 52 lins. Back row: Hurley, Pender, Miller, Worrell, Wilson, Dunkin, Dickerson, Barrett, Coach Isenhour. 48 32 53 123 Freedom To Participate In ORGANIZATIONS 124 Freedom to become active in an organization that has meaning. To experience the feeling of serving your community. Freedom to participate in projects, set goals, interest other students. Freedom to join the club of your choice, one that holds a special attraction for you. Freedom to experience leadership. To set a good example for new students. To make them feel wanted and a part of our school. Freedom to have an abundance of good times; times to remember . . . remember with fond sadness. Freedom ... to belong. 125 (a) Front row; President Sandoe, Vice President Silcox, Secretary Leonard, Sweetheart Clark, Tate, Keesee, King. Second row: Holbrook, Fleenor, Denny, Rutter, Tolbert. Third row: Hensley, Rachel, Gregory, Kegley, Mikell. Last row: Sponsor Mrs. Pullon, Rosser, Saul, Allen, Cross, Pope, (b) Marilyn Holbrook pins a tag on Vickie Rutter. ALPHA FOUNDATION The purpose of the Alpha is to better its school and community. Among its varied activities are bake sales, car washes, and skits. In addition to the Alphas ' hard work and unity, they are also noted for their navy blue sweaters emblemmed with the Greek letter for Alpha. ▲ b 126 (a) Front row: Leonard, Treasurer McCartney, Vice President Hackley, Secretary Tate, President Warren, Parlimentarian Thompson. Second row: Goins, Lane, Minnick, Griswold, Booher, Mikell. Third row: Faucette, Martin, Bryan, Cox, Cooper, Farnham. Back row: Johnston, Perkins, Littleton, Leonard, Baker, Cunningham, Wise, Pope, (b) Front row: Wolfe, Bowers, Sandoe, Leonard, Meany, Newman. Second row: Reedy, Woody, Chandler, Smith, Jones, Knox. Back row: Sponsor Mrs. Copenhaver, Roberts, Eads, Pender, Dabbs. ◄ a ART CLUB Decorating the school for special events, art exhibits, and display work kept the Art Club members busy all year. One very special and popular project with everyone is the designing and painting of the 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 com- munity. 127 BETA CLUB The Beta Club is a national or- ganization with membership con- sisting of students who have exemplified scholarship, leadership, and character. This year there are fifty-eight members from the junior and senior classes. The club has at least two service projects each year and various other projects to help pay the cost of the state convention. A (a) Juniors; Front row: Kelly, Clark, Hale, Olinger, Grayson, Bray. Second row: Blevins, Hawthorne, Groseclose, Tate, Dickey, Banks. Third row: Rutter, Hamilton, Todt, Teillman, Gregory. Fourth row: Kearfott, Greer, Johnson, Corvin, Bradley. Last row: Crowe, Seaver, Shumaker, Salyers, Horne, (b) Seniors; Front row: Sponsor Miss Acuff, President Cooper, Vice President Fleenor, Secretary Odum, Treasurer Parrott, Sgt.-at-Arms O ' Dell. Second row: Gabel, Williams, Lane, Geromanos, Morton. Third row: Griswold, Booher, Bowman, Blevins, Allen, Shipley. Fourth row: Ellis, Kearfott, White, Gobble, Hawkins, Clark. Last row: Goins, Dunkin, Salyers, Leonard, Sharrett, Umberger. 128 CLUB COUNCIL The Club Council, comprised of all Virginia High School club presidents, was organized to promote a greater interest in clubs. Individual club problems are discussed as needed. (a) Merle Warren and Maggie Fagan listen attentively during a Club Council meeting, (b) Front row: Fagan, Tritt, Jennings, Griswold, Hamilton, White, Green. Second row: Williams, White, Greene, Sandoe, Warren. Third row: Keesee, Kearfott, Odum, Cooper, Andersen. Last row: Clark, Smith, Parrott, Fleenor, Umberger. f Ec l l 1 1 Uli HL ' i HkI vffew Ik H|i - - ki .1 129 D.E. CLUB: (a) Front row: Almaroad, Crusenberry, Rogers, Ball, Roberts, King, McCrosky, Gobble, Lawson, Sponsor Miss Moad, Second row: Arnold, Fouch, Horne, lessee, Harmon, Milhorne, Tolley, M. Hamilton, J. Hamilton. Third row: Sponsor Mr. Cummins, Tate, Wampler, Brewer, Hartsock, Beverly, Ratliff, Eastridge. Fourth row: Baker, Linnen, Kelsey, Wolfe, Walling, Sampson, Morrissey, Malcolm. Back row: Lutrell, Fleming, Wells, Fouch, Jones, Thurston, (b) President Arnold, Vice President Saddler, Thompson, Vice Presidents Harrison, Estes, Secretary Jennings, Treasurer Cross, Chaplain Stapleton, Reporter Koltunski, Carmody, Tapscott. Second row: Tritt, Cheatem, Grubb, Hess, Pullon, Canter, Richardson, Herndon, Miss Moad. Third row: Fagan, Oakes, Proulex, McCroskey, Irvin, Wright, Scroggs, Murray, Rogers. Fourth row: Worley, Louthen, Strickland, Henner, Jessee, King, Hoffarth, Belcher. Back row: Jackson, Smith, Stacey, Sykes, Crowell, Page. b A The Virginia High School Distributive Education program functions within the framework of the overall curriculum of the school. It is a program which is a cooperative enterprise, using both the facilities of the school and the marketing and merchandising resources of the community. Because most of the student placements have been in retail establishments, the instructional program has been developed to a great extent in this area. The program is concerned with the realm of distribution and not entirely with the beginning positions in retailing which, inevitably, are the initiating experiences for the majority of students seeking a ca- reer in distribution. 130 DRAMA CLUB b The primary purpose of the Drama Club is to provide an opportunity to learn and participate for all those inter- ested in the production of plays, either as actors or crew workers. This year the Drama Club has undertaken sev- eral noteworthy projects, one of which is the production of " You Can ' t Take It With You. " In this manner the club presents plays that are worthy of the attention of the school and the city of Bristol; and also nurture an interest in the performing arts at VH5. (a) Front row: Stedman, Post, Reporter Faucette, Treasurer Tate, Vice President Hairston, President Koltunski, Vice President Sampson, Secretary Warren, Parliamentary Ellis. Second row: Keesee, Campbell, Watford, McCartney, Farnham, Tapscott, Gabel, Bass, Fine, Harkrader, Cross. Third row: Jones, Post, Shumate, Chandler, Woody, Barnes, Davis, Hurt, Woody, Hernandez, Stevenson, Malcolm, Knox, Fourth row: Moretz, Mikell, Kearfott, Lane, Johnson, Oxendine, Davis, Henner, Garrett, Jones. Back row: Harter, Clark, Bowie, Littleton, Cross, Lilley, Lovett, (b) David Post and Mike Ellis are very excited about the car parade. 131 F.B.L.A. The F.B.L.A., consisting of 16 students, has learned a lot about different businesses of Amer- ica. Other than their annual Tom Wat sales campaign, they helped in the Christmas Santa Pal Program and the March of Dimes. The F.B.L.A. also presented a scholarship for the out- standing business student in the school. b A (a) Front row: Leonard, Oakes, Newton Carmody, Jennings. Second row: Sponsor Mrs. Martin, Shumate, Moore, Wann, Proulex, Back row: Oxen- dine. Gentry, Peters, Reisler, Worley, Mathesius. (b) F.B.L.A. members look over the Santa Pal package collection. 132 F.H.A The main purpose of the F.H.A. is to help the girls learn about many different aspects of life. One must have had at least one year of Home Economics to be- long. During the course of the year they had the V-T sucker sale and participated in the annual Santa Pal. Front row: President McCroskey, Vice President Williams, Secretary Millhorn, Treasurer Lyttle, Fleen- or, Parlimentarian Mann, Sponsor Mrs. Coleman. Second row: Leonard, Thompson, Wright, Hess, Chaplain Atwood, Dawson. Third row: Sheperd, Humphrey, Stout, Booher, Ball, Back row: Cooper, Bowers, T, Bowers, Weeks. 133 FRENCH CLUB The French Club has tried to learn more about the country of France and the French people. They held a French Bazaar this spring for money making purposes as well as to illustrate delicious French pastries. At Christmas the club decorated some of the bulletin boards as in France religion still plays an important role in life. (a) French Club releases balloons at V-T game, (b) Front row: Mrs. Hubbard, President Kearfott, Griswold, Blevins, Janice Ellis, Holbrook. Second row: Shipley, M. O ' Dell, Odum, Greer, Campbell, S. Fleenor, McDaniel, McDaniel, L. Sizemore, White, L. O ' Dell. Third row: Sandoe, Judy Ellis, Woody, Moretz, Fine, Blankenship, M. Fleenor, Sexton, Stallard, Fields, McLagan. Fourth row: Rose, Hawkins, Clark, Faucette, Cox, Teilmann, Whitten, Bass, Tate, Bray, Gorely, Grayson. Back row: Cunningham, Cross, G. Sizemore, Conner, Barker. 134 HI-Y CLUB The Boys ' Hi-Y is a service club dedicated to main- taining high standards of living in all phases of life. This year the Hi-Y participated in the Christmas Seals program held at the local YMCA and helped in several school service projects. They also decorated the cafete- ria for V-T Week. Other projects included a doughnut sale and attending the Tennessee Model General As- sembly held in Nashville. Front row: President Fleenor, Vice President I Cooper, Treasurer Dunkin, Sweetheart Sandoe, Secretary Parrot, Sgt.-at-Arms Seaver, Chaplain Sparkman. Second row: Sharrett, Steve Umberger, j Smith, Williams. Third row: Crowe, Strouth, Cross, Shumaker. Back row: Barker, McVey, Dunkin, Stanley Umberger, Mr. Wilkinson. 135 V.I.C.A. Vica is a cooperative work-study program of training for juniors and seniors who attend school one half day and train on the j ob for a minimum of fifteen hours per week. Leadership training is emphasized through district, state, and regional contests, such as: Speech, job interview, current events, spelling, drafting, etc. (a) Haynes Tuell gives speech, (b) Pippin, Stophel, Davidson, Rosenbalm, Wampler, Hughes, S. Jackson, Barrett, Tuell, Sponsor Mrs. Boyd. Second row: Caple, J. Jackson, Greenwell, Scott, Hill, Gillenwater, Anderson, Canter, Link, Moore Green. Third row: Pender, Pope, Tittle, Bailey, Miller, Baker, Johnson, Collins. Back row: Modrejewski, Hurley, Sexton, Ballard, Blevins, Thomas. 136 ◄ ► INTERACT 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 assisting the Tuberculosis Association in its fight against respiratory disease. (a) Members of Interact work on seasonal project, (b) Front row: President Andersen, Stewart, Chaplain Groseclose, Sweetheart Tapscott, Gilmer, Gemmell, Vice-President Newton, Second row: Hobbs, Pauley, Melkowski, Corvin, Salyers, Dicker!. Third row: Everett, Schneider, York, Cross, Keen, Dowell. Back row: Melkowski, Mullins, Rosser. 137 JUNIOR CIVITAN A The Junior Civitan Club is organized and sup- ported by the Afternoon Civitan Club of Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee. The purpose of the club is to promote good citizenship throughout the school and the community. Some of the projects of the club include selling fruit cakes, giving money to the cheerleaders during V-T Week to help them buy balloons, and giving money to the fire vic- tims throughout the community. T» (a) Front row; President Parrott, Vice President Morrissey, Treasurer Ross, Sweetheart Kearfott, Secretary Roberts, Perry, Goins. Second row: Weaver, Smith, Ball, Rosser, Watford. Last row: Strouth, Perkins, Booher, Holbrook, Corvin. (b) Roberts, Parrott, and Ross confer with Sponsor Mrs. Williford. 138 JUNIOR JAYCEES Abiding by the Jaycee Creed they have helped non profitable organizations such as the Salvation Army with the Dime Board, the March of Dimes, Bread Sale, and the Bristol Scholarship Fund by donating proceeds from the talent show every year. In keeping with good school spirit they helped decorate for V-T Week. (a) Butch Post and Dick Johnson work at dimeboard for the Salvation Army, (b) Front row: Stone, Schneider, Roberts, Sweetheart Greer, President Keesee, Canty, Vice President Sword, Secretary Daugherty. Second row: Stophel, Snader, Smith, B. Post, Opengari. Third row: Pender, Moretz, Martin, Hess, Pippin. Last row: Necessary, Doss, Post, Davis, Johnson, Miller. 139 1 JUNIOR LATIN CLUB (a) Front Row: Dickert, President Williams, Secretary-Treasurer McVey. Second Row: Bryan, Kirk, VanHoy, Barnes, Clark, White, Boggs, Stevenson, Steiding. Third Row: Malcolm, Underwood, Crowe, Lewis, Dingus, Harkrader, Hurt, Sherwood. Fourth Row: Peterson, Henner, Bagnall, Dunkin, Woody, Fields, Bond, Arnold. Back Row: Johnson, King, Hoback, Ketron, Kelly, Post, (b) Jerry Bond, David King, and Mary Beth Henner show enthusiasm at the Junior Latin Club bake sale. The Junior Latin Club is a junior affiliate of the Virgi- nia High School Junior Classical League The club has aided the Senior Latin Club in bake sales, in the stu- dent-faculty ballgame and in other activities called upon. Among the activities successfully carried out by the Ju- nior Club on its own have been a window wash and de- corating for V-T Week. The club strives for good citizen- ship. The proud motto could very well be, Civis Scholae Sum. b A 140 KEY CLUB The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis International, is a boy ' s service organization, consisting of nineteen boys. The main purpose of the club is to encourage citi- zenship and initiative. Key Club activities include the selling of corsages during V-T Week, serving as guides for College Day, and the raising and lowering of the United States and Virginia flags each day. (a) Steve Smith, Glen Greenwell, and Bruce Meade raise the flag, (b) Front Row: President Smith, Vice President Meade, Secretary Jones, Treasurer Clark, Sweetheart Odum, Sergeant-at-Arms Hackley, Chaplain Horne. Second Row: M. Walling, Ricky Kelly, Randy Kelly, Sponsor Mr. Meyers. Third Row: Bailey, Sparkman, Sherwood, Mitchell. Back Row: J. Walling, Perry, Baxley, Edwards, Worrell. 141 (a) Front row: Sponsor Mrs. Daniel, President White, Vice President Dickert, Treasurer Leonard, Secretary Cooper, Reporter Parks. Second row: Whitaker, Hairston, Tate, Hubbard, Harter. Third row: McCartney, Johnson, Leonard, Crowe. Back row: Gregory, Shumaker, Wolfe, France, (b) Dickert, Harter, and France present cake to Mr. Merritt as a reward for winning the Student-Faculty Game. a LATIN CLUB The Latin Club is affiliated with the National and State Junior Classical League. The members annually attend the state convention and sponsor the Student-Faculty Basketball Game. They put up a Christmas tree in the Foreign language wing and had a Christmas cart for the teachers. This year the members helped with the Tuberculosis Society and held bake sales, window washes, and sold Bear- cat Buttons. The climax of the year is the annual Latin Club Banquet and the induction of new officers. 142 LIBRARY CLUB The purposes of the Library Club are to encourage the reading of good books, to de- velop leadership abilities, to improve the li- brary program, and to stimulate interest in li- brary work as a career. Service projects for 1970-1971 include decorating the library for V-T Week, donating books and sculpture to the library, keeping a scrapbook of school activities and purchasing a filmstrip cabinet. Most club members assist with routine library duties, such as circulating materials, reading shelves, and filing or shelving materials. Fi- nancial activities include the sale of candy, school notes and all-occasion cards. ibi (a) Kevin Wheeler, Shirley Hess, and Vince Singleton assemble materials, (b) Front row: President Singleton, Vice President Hess, Treasurer Bowers, Secretary Gentry, Reporter Mumpower. Second row: Rose, Collins, Peterson, Sponsor Miss Cooper, Wheeler. Third row: Wiley, Mitchell. ◄ b 143 S.C.A. (a) Front row: Clark, Baxley, Jones, Sampson, Ellis. Second row: Willis, Denny, Ball, Kearfott, Tate, Shipley. Third row: Fields, Davidson, Campbell, Greene, Stevens, Ellis, Arnold, Quisenberry. Fourth row: Cox, Newman, Kistner, Gregory, Moretz, Hurt. Back row: Parrot, Rosser, Watford, Willy, Bass, Fleenor, Ketron, (b) Janice Ellis Reporter, Debbie Sampson Treasurer, Charlie Jones Vice President, Bob Baxley Secretary, David Clark President. The Student Co-operative Association functions as the student governing body of Virginia High School. This organization seeks to develop a sense of good sportsmanship and democratic prac- tices in all students in every phase of school a nd community ac- tivity. The S.C.A. works directly with the school to coordinate all club activities and to send delegates to district, regional and state conferences. In addition to all other services the S.C.A. operates the bookstore each day to sell school supplies to students. The profit from these sales goes to finance the many activities under- taken by the Council throughout the school year. 144 SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club is for students who have taken two years of science and would like to further their education in this field by doing interesting and enjoyable activities. They have forty-three students in the Club who have a C or above average. The club is very well organized having participated in a lot of activities to earn money to go on a trip. One of their goals is to go to Ala- bama. The Science Club participated in V.T. Week by decorating the science wing, and has had three window washes. Front row: President Umberger, Vice President Arnold, Secretary Lauman, Treasurer Cooper, Sergeant- at-Arms Greer, Mellet, Kearfott, Sandoe, Sponsor Mrs. Harenberg. Second row: Hubbard, O ' Dell, Holbrook, Bass, Minnick, Moretz, Faucette, Hensley, Grayson. Third row: Tate, Pauley, Stewart, Sharret, McDaniel, Hamilton, Olinger, Gorely, Bray. Fourth row: Crowe, Leonard, Groseclose, Goodpasture, Bond, Stanley Umberger, Seaver, Slayer, Gregory. Back row: Quisenberry, Meany, York, Warren, Sampson, Shumaker, Clark. 145 SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is organized for the pur- pose 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 and V-T Week, having a car in the car parade, a Christmas Fiesta, and the annual Open House in the spring. With this, the club also tries to serve its community in any way possible. (a) Front row: President Fagan, Vice President Booher, Treasurer Stedman, Secretary Warren, Reporter Stevenson, Sgt.-at-Arms West, Chaplain Holbrook. Second row: Booher, Geromanos, Gable, Crusenberry, Moore, Campbell, Roberts, Garrett, Gilbert, Smith, Clark, Hensley, Willet, Baer, Wright. Third row: Ryan, Allison, Musgrove, Merritt, Holbrook, Bowers, Leonard, Willis, Canter, Jones, Davidson, Schneider. Fourth row: Jones, McClellan, Rawn, Banks, Booher, Tate, Greene, Hite, Reedy, Griffin, Groseclose. Back row: Blevins, King, Strouth, Hackley, Owens, (b) Mona Merritt and Paul Greene fill balloons for the V-T Game. 146 STUDENT LIFE BIBLE CLUB A Christian attitude toward life and a great love for fellow man are promoted by each individual of the Stu- dent Life Club. The club contains devoted students up- grading our community and achieving their goals. Among their many activities they gave a subscription of Campus Life Magazine to the library, a Thanksgiving momento to teachers, giving a contribution to Haven of Rest Rescue Mission, and a contribution to the American Bible So- ciety. (a) Lisa Grayson, Brenda Olinger, and Terry Hamilton work on the club ' s momentos to teachers, (b) Front row: President Hamilton, Vice President Moretz, Historian Large, Secretary Grayson, Treasurer Bray. Second row: Sponsor Mrs. Williams, Williams, Moore, Little, Olinger, Gorley, Whitaker, Sponsor Miss Brown. Last row: Oxendine, Kirk, Sexton, Banks, Underwood, Gobble, Waycaster, Whitaker. 147 TRI-DELTA TRI-HI-Y (a) Front row: Chaplain Morton, President Griswold, Sweetheart Melkowski, Vice President Stevens, Treasurer Farnham. Second row: Woody, Barnes, Newman, Fleenor, McDaniel, Lane. Third row: McCartney, Cooper, Johnson, Blackley, Saunders. Fourth row: Todt, Rose, Blevins, Whitten, Kistn er, Isley, Sproles. Back row: Teillman, Hale, Reedy, Combs, Cox, Littleton, Sponsor Mrs. Hilton, (b) A typical club meeting. The Tri-Delta Tri-Hi-Y is a girls service organization affiliated with the national Y.M.C.A. Its main purpose is to create and maintain high standards of character in ev- ery facet of life today. This year the Tri-Delta has under- taken several projects which include decorating the caf- eteria for V-T Week, aiding in the March of Dimes, Muscular Dystrophy drive, and the Tuberculosis Associa- tion. 148 b TRI-HI- Y The Tri-Hi-Y is an affiliate of the YMCA. Its main purpose is to cre- ate, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character. Some of its activities this year were a doughnut sale, the V-T Week balloon throw, V-T Week skit for the final pep-rally, signs and breakthrough for our teams, and adopting families for Thanksgiving and Christmas. (a) Theda Faucette, Joan TTiompson, and Carolyn Kearfott display their tags for the camera, (b) Front row: Sgt.-at-Arms Warren, President Greene, Vice President Henner, Secretary Kearfott, Treasurer Ellis, Sweetheart Gemmell, OTDell, Reportorians Meany, Lauman, Chaplain Odum. Second row: Campbell, Arnold, Greer, Ellis, Quisenberry, Shipley. Third row: Sampson, Qark, Hairston, Dickert, Minnick, Parks, Sponsor Miss Reeves. Fourth row: Fagan, lilley, Martin, Faucette, Kearfott. Back row: Kerr, Hawkins, Thompson, Leonard, White, Goodpasture. 149 VHS BIG ORANGE BAND V- e A (a) Front row: Head Majorette Bowman, Hoss, Rutter. Second row: Kearfott, Van- hoy, S. Fleenor, Dawson, Mink, L. Crowe, Fine, Brewer, Allison, Campbell, McClellan, Hale, Combs, U. Whitaker. Back row: Mason, C. Williams, Barnes, Leonard, S. Lane, L. Weatherly, Denton, Bagnell, Ball, Fields, M. Crowe, Malone, C. Weath- erly, 5. Whitaker, Bevins, Wilkinson, Wolfe, Jones, (b) Band Council: Front row: Bowman, Hendricks, Kearfott, P. Baer, M. Crowe, R. Dunkin. Back row: France, Hale, Seaver, Geromanous, Bradley, (c) Drum Major Pam Baer, (d) Head Majorette Libby Bowman, Reba Hoss, Vickie Rutter, Barbara Sandoe, Linda Newman, Myra Fleenor. (e) Front row: Sandoe, Newman, M. Fleenor. Second row: Moore, Bradley, Wise, Mays, S. Williams, Johnson, Umberger, Pippin, McVey, Rawn, Oxendine, S. Lane, Geromanous, Stallard. Back row: Griffin, Groseclose, G. Baer, King, R. Duncan, Hendricks, France, Mus- grove, Piotrowski, Bonham, Blankenship, Greene, Seaver, Bond, Sword, Owens. Not pictured: B. Dunkin, Blackley, Everett, Jennings, Kegley, Wampler, (f) Head Majorette Libby Bowman. 151 CHORAL GROUPS 152 (a) Members of the Concert Choir express themselves in song, (b) 1969-1970 Concert Choir gives a presentation before going on tour, (c) The Concert Choir presents “Gloria” by Vivaldi at Virginia Junior High for the Rasnick Memorial Fund, (d) Mixed Chorus gives performance at State Street Methodist Church. 153 FREEDOM IN GUIDANCE AND RESPONSIBILITY 154 Freedom to guide the students at V.H.S. To show us the right path to follow. Freedom to help us with our problems, encourage us with our ideas. Freedom to judge fairly and impartially. To become involved with students as individuals. Freedom to excite and stimulate minds. To lead them through new phases of learning. Freedom to protect. Freedom to defend. To answer questions and gain respect, to be loved. Freedom to make our school a better place for everyone. Freedom ... to become a special person to each and every one of us. 155 Miss Annette Acuff Mr. Carlis Allison Mrs. Gwen Barber Mrs. Doris Booth Mrs. Louise Bowdoin Mrs. Frances Boyd Miss Irene Brown Mrs. Ruby Brown 156 y Mrs. Helen Coleman Mrs. Mildred Copenhaver Mrs. Mildred Creger Mr. Jack Cummins Mrs. Diana Dalton Mrs. Mary V. Daniel Mrs. Sara Davis Mr. Marion Dugger Mrs. Bennie Fogarty Miss Nina Garrett Mrs. Edith Glover Mr. Lester Hall 157 Mrs. Martha Harenburg Mr. Stephen Harris Mrs. Sarah Hilten Mr. Ray Hooper 158 Mr. R. T. Myers Mrs, Lynda Newman Mr. James Perry Mrs, Marianne Post Mrs. Linda Pullon Miss Helen Reeves Mr. Hamp Richardson Mr. Roland Seward 159 Mr. Larry Spangler Mrs. Ruth Thrash Mr. Robert Towns Mr. Jerry Watford Mr. Randy White Mr. Clarence Wilkinson Mrs. Carolyn Williams Mrs. M. T. Williams Mrs. Ann Williford 160 161 SUPERINTENDENT AND SCHOOL BOARD (a) Dr. Richard Hislop, Superintendent of Schools, (b) BVEA Representatives meet with school board: seated — Mrs. Tim Outlaw, teacher; Mr. Joe Tolley, School Board Chairman; Mrs. W. C. Grigsby. Standing — Dr. Richard Hislop, Superintendent; Mr. Eugene Eller, BVEA President; Mr. Hugh Adair, Mr. Dean Hodgson, Mr. Otis Hurt, and Mrs. Violet Grimsley, Clerk. 162 TOLLEY WINS V.E.A. AWARD Mr. Joseph Tolley, Chairman of the Bristol, Virginia School Board, was honored as Virginia ' s " Outstanding School Board Member for 1970. " The local teachers association submitted his name in nomination to the VEA and he was chosen from candidates throughout the state in recognition of his contributions to the Bristol, Virginia School System. He has not only provided leader- ship for the school board during a period of considerable accomplishment, but he has also served with dedication and persistance, working to improve the Bristol, Virginia School System. (a) BVEA Faculty Representatives present recognition certificate to School Board Chairman, Joe Tolley, (b) Mr. Joe Tolley is recipient of the V.E.A. Outstanding School Board Member award. 163 SUPERVISORY STAFF VISITING TEACHER Miss Nita Baumgardner FEDERAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR Mr. Jack French GENERAL SUPERVISOR Mr. T. T. Hammack DIRECTOR OF INSTRUCTION Mr. Royce Quarles 164 165 Miss Huff Mr. Outlaw ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS SECRETARIES Miss Mary Bettyjfuff Mr. A. T. Outlaw, Jr. Mrs. Barbara Otey, Central Treasurer Mrs. Debbie Pfiefer Mrs. Ralph Whitaker Mrs. Otey Mrs. Pfiefer Mrs. Whitaker 166 GUIDANCE COUNSELOR! Mr. Roscoe Hall Mrs. Laura McNutt LIBRARIANS Miss Leone Cooper Mrs. Millie Saunders 167 CAFETERIA WORKERS AND CUSTODIANS (a) Cafeteria Workers: Kathy Valdez, Nellie Saul, Virginia Derey, Ethel Dickenson, Corrinne Simcox, Frances Walden, Belle Smith, Jeane Oakley, Gladys Musick, Blanche McCroskey, Mae Berger, (b) Custodians: Mr, Raymond Eller, Mr. Billy Canter, Mr. Johnny Hawkins, Mrs. Amadalyn Freemen, (c) Parents and teachers meet after a PTA meeting, (d) PTA Officers: Treasurer, Mr. William Henner; Secretary, Mrs. Jack Kress; third Vice-President, Mrs. W. C. Bonham; second Vice-President, Mrs. J. H. Hayes; first Vice-President, Mrs, Carl Crowe; President, Mrs. Don Shumaker. 168 169 FREEDOM AS AN INDIVIDUAL 170 Freedom to be an individual. Freedom to dress with the time midi skirts, mini skirts, false fur, no make-up look, flowered shirts, long hair. Freedom to laugh, to cry, to shout with joy; to stare in wonderment, to search within oneself for meaning and purpose. Freedom to be outgoing and friendly or to be quiet, shy, or alone; to behave the way one thinks is right, to have an open mind and one ' s own ideas. Freedom . . . to be an individual and not a stereotype. 171 I Laura O ' Dell, Leigh Lewis, Mike Ketron, Barbara Ryan, and Cindy Willet. FRESHMEN - CLASS OF ' 74 President — Mike Ketron Vice President - Cindy Willet Secretary — Barbara Kyan Treasurer — Leigh Lewis Reporter Laura O Dell 172 Suzi Allison Tony Amburgey Jane Anderson Sandy Ashley Beverly Atwood Greg Baer Arthur Bagnall Mindy Bailey Ricky Bailey Kathy Baker Janet Ball l rry Barker Phillip Barker Victor Barrett Ronnie Begley Tommy Blair Sandy Boggs Anita Booher Christine Booher Florence Booher Tommy Booher Julana Bowers Mary Bowman David Brewer Wesley Brewer Sherry Brewer Diane Brooks Willie Brooks Chris Brown Connie Browning Don Brummett Billy Buchanan Mary Bunche Kim Campbell Raphael Cansler Junior Canter Sandra Canter Janice Carmack Ronald Carter Patricia Cassell Gail Casteel Freddy Chafin 173 Connie Cheathem Martha Clark Revonda Clark Dickey Collins Peggy Collins Teresa Cooper Jan Cox Randy Cox Charles Craig Jerry Creger Lynne Crowe Gina Crusenberry Danny Cullop Eddie Dabbs Ronnie Davenport Walter Davenport James Davidson Susan Davidson Sandy Davis Kathy Dearman Steve Dickenson Mike Dingus Phil Dingus Danny Dixon Patty Dowell Bill Dunkin Gary Eads 174 John Eaton Karen Edson Ricky Edwards Teresa Eggars Donald Emmert Nancy Faulks Danny Fee Jackie Ferguson Debbie Fields Laura Fields Myra Fleenor Roger Fleenor Donald Foote Wanda Foote John Foster Jean Fulp Cindy Garrett Gary Gentry Doris Gobble Sharon Gobble Charles Goodman Susan Goodman Connie Gorley Peggy Gorley Henry Greene Henrietta Greene Craig Griffin Jimmy Gross Patricia Grubb Benita Gudger David Gudger Vickie Haga Doresa Harden Diane Harkrader Connie Hartsock Susie Harris Charles Helbert Frank Helton Mary Beth Henner Maxine Hernandez Barbara Hess Kathy Hess 175 Faye Herndon Patti Hite Scott Hoback Tim Hoffarth Danny Holt Sandra Holt Paul Houser Janice Howell Gary Hurley Nancy Hurt Mike Hutton Billy Jo Jennings Rhonda Jennings Sherree Jessee Brenda Johnson David Johnson Edward Johnson Maurita Johnson Lea Jones Terri Jones Sandra Keesee Ricky Kelly William Kemp Mike Ketron Trenaria Kirk Michele Knox Gary Lampkins Peter Lauzon Barbara Leonard Debbie Leonard Donna Leonard Lorraine Leonard Terry Leonard Leigh Lewis Nancy Linnen Dean Lyons Carl McCrady David McDevitt Ronnie McGlamary Jeanne Mcl-agan Rick McVey Melissa Malcolm 176 c m ' t Sherry Malcolm Betty Mann Jimmy Mann Preston Martin Denise Meade Jerry Miller Vickie Mink Ricky Minton Hyder Moore Pamela Moore Manila Morelock Rita Morris Terri Morris Mark Mullins Eddie Mumpower Lee Mumpower Debbie Murray Karen Murray Sheryl Murray Melinda Musgrove Judy Nelson Bobby Noonkester Laura O ' Dell Wayne Otey Floyd Owens Carol Parks Robbie Payne George Peery Dan Pender Brenda Pendergrass Beverly Peters Blake Phillippi Mark Phillippi Hobert Phipps John Pope Thomas Post Cathy Pratt Cheryl Pratt Dennis Pratt Tina Pullon Jef¥ Rhoton Shelby Roark 177 Karen Roberts Paul Robins Kathleen Rhinehart Raymond Robinson Tony Rose Earl Rose Warren Rose Johnny Rosenbaum John Rosser Mike Rutherford Phil Rutledge Barbara Ryan Linda Schneider Mark Scott Darlene Sexton Sandra Shaffer Sharon Shaffer Sandi Sharrett Roy Shearin Beverly Shepherd Irene Shores Terri Sizemore Lawrence Skeen Judy Smiley Allen Smith Barrie Smith Kathy Smith Ronnie Smith Fran Stallard Earl Stanton Jackie Stapleton Jack Statzer Percy Statzer Sandra Steiding Amy Stephenson Kathy Stout Jack Snader Cecil Sykes 178 Doug Taylor Harry Tittle Teresa Tritt Tiga Teilman Marty Thomas Charles Tolley Eddie Vance Billy Van Hoy Lawana Van Hoy Bird Vaughn Debbie Walden Louella Walden Jeff Walling Katherine Washington Kenneth Washington Jerry Watford Loretta Weatherly Jimmy Weaver Lorinda Weeks Karen West Kevin Wheeler Anna WTiite Karen White Patty Whittaker Donna Widner Dallas Wiley Cindy Willet Ernie Williams John Williams Debbie Willis David Worley Teresa Worley Mike Worrell Marie Wright Susanna York 1 179 Cathie Hensley, Janis Campbell, Kim Melkowski, Kay Moore, Mona Merritt. SOPHOMORES - CLASS OF ' 74 President - Kim Melkowski Vice President — Kay Moore Secretary — Janis Campbell Treasurer — Cathie Hensley Reporter — Mona Merritt 180 I Debbie Almany Susan Almaroad Allen Anderson Sharon Arnold Tommy Arnold Anne Ashley Pam Baer Becky Bailey Danny Bailey Debbie Ball Johnny Ball Frances Baker Mike Barker Kerry Barnes Linda Bass JoRita Beverly Alan Bevins Donna Blackley Pat Blankenship Priscilla Blaylock Gerald Blevins Jerry Bond Margaret Bonham Darline Booher Anne Bower Delores Bowers Teresa Bowers James Bray Tim Brown Velma Brown 181 JoAnn Brummitt Larry Bryant Janis Campbell Fred Canter Iran Carter Charles Cato Terri Chandler Jack Collin Peggy Combs Marcus Conner Ann Cooper Candy Cox Debbie Cox Jeff Crane Larry Croomes Tommy Cross Johnny Crusenberry Larry Daniels Steve Daugherty Eugene Davenport Carroll Dawson Valerie Demetris Debbie Denton Robert Dickert Judy Dye Janice Ellis 182 Mike Ellis Gary Estes John Eury Shirley Fields Micah Fine Rhonda Fleenor Shanna Fleenor Larry Fouch Alvin France Susie Freeman Carolyn Fugate David Gibson Teresa Gibson Jill Gilbert Diane Green Paul Greene Diane Griffin Sandy Grubb Judy Hamilton Marilyn Harr Geoffrey Harter Brian Hayes Fred Hayes John Hayes Mattie Helton Cathie Hensley 183 Deloise Hill Marilyn Holbrook Marilyn Holbrook Susan Hopkins Kathy Horne Linda Howell Hazelle Hubbard Debra Huddleston Jayne Humphrey Diane Huntley Gary Hutton Kenny Isley Joe Jackson Randy Jackson Wayne Jackson Jimmy Johnson Michael Johnson Kenny Keen Connie Kelsey Barney King 184 David King Brad Kirby Mary Kistner Naomi Lawless Debbie Lawson Greg Lee Patricia Leonard Larry Link Margie Livingston Ricky Lovegrove Evonne Lyttle Dawn McCartney Gerald McClanahan Tina McCloud Gary McCray Janice McDaniel Joyce McDaniel Jean McKamey Leonard McMullin Gary McMurray Jack Malcolm Debbie Malone Anita Meade J ulie Meaney Kim Melkowski 185 Mona Merritt Lisa Minnick Doug Mitchell Joyce Molenaar Kyle Moore Steve Moore Terry Moore Sharron Moretz Steve Morton Billy Musick Ronnie Nelson Tim Nelson Linda Newman Jim Newton Marilyn Nichols Stanley Owen Greg Owens Betty Parks Randy Parks Steve Penley Charles Perkins Betty Peters Karen Peterson Alex Piotrowski 186 Tony Pippin David Price Mary Margaret Quisenberry Gary Rawn Andy Riethmaier Linda Roark Ricky Roark David Robinson Floyd Rodgers Karen Rose Rita Rouse Teresa Rutter Diane Salyers Pamela Saunders Tony Scales Brenda Shaffer Freida Shaffer Gary Shaffer Shirley Shepherd David Sherwood Richard Shipley Daniel Shumate Sue Shumate William Simpson 187 Vanessa Singleton Gary Sizemore Jim Slaughter Cathy Smeltzer Barbara Smiley Pam Smith John Smithson Alberta Spriggs Ellen Statzer Gina Statzer Robin Stedman Sally Stevenson Doug Stine David Strouth Don Sullivan Danny Tate Zane Thomas Sam Thurston Denise Tollie Sandy Tritt Claudia Turner Stanley Umberger Janet Underwood Debbie Walsh Lisa Wampler Vicki Wampler Donald Washington James Washington Leslie Watford Lucille Waycaster 188 Terry Weatherly Jerry Wells Ralph West Sam White Ginger Whitten Carol Widener Richard Widner Terry Wilkinson Jerry Williams Ricky Wilson Mike Winters Butch Wise Jerry Wolfe Howard Wood Dawn Woody James Worley Jane Worley Denise Wright Susie Wright Jon Wygal Earl Yarber 189 Robin Todt, Fred Tate, Bobby Baxley, Greg Roberts, Eddie Hackley. JUNIORS - CLASS OF ' 72 President — Bobby Baxley Vice President — Fred Tate Secretary — Robin Todt Treasurer — Eddie Hackley Reporter — Greg Roberts 190 Mike Absher Darlene Adams Margie Almaroad Alex Andersen Harry Anderson Patricia Anderson Alyson Arnold Faye Arnold Ronnie Bailey Albert Baker Mark Baker Randall Banks Billy Bass Bobby Baxley Norsalus Black Steve Blair Millicent Blevins Alicia Booher Cleave Booher Leonard Bowers Bob Bowie 191 Martha Brown Mike Brown Thomas Brown Varah Brown Allen Burklow Margaret Campbell Betty Canty Mary Canter 192 Charles Canty Gail Carter Rick Corvin Rodjur Crane Betty Crang Fonda Cross Mike Crowe 193 Bill Cunningham Christine Dabbs Barbara Davidson Nancy Davis Tim Davis John Dunn Jerry Hades James Eastridge Sam Eaton Gary Edson Danny Edwards Richard Eggers Bobby Ellis Mike Ellis Gary Everett Sharon Denny Bobby Dennison Doug Dickey Jeff Dowell Theda Faucette Debbie Fleenor Don Fleenor Mike Fleenor Bobby Fleming 194 Tommy Fouch Virginia Fouch William Fulp Aretha Gillenwater Gordon Gilmer Trula Gobble Patricia Goodpasture Nancy Gorley Lisa Grayson Susie Greer Dallas Gregory Mike Gregory Anthony Greene Kathy Groseclose Mike Groseclose Marcia Hamilton Terry Hamilton Jerry Harmon Phil Harrison Danny Hartsock 195 Debbie Hawthorne Wesley Hess Jean Hill John Hines Jim Hobbs Fred Horne Lachelle Hughes Chris Hunt Jack Hurley Laura Isley Sam Jackson Jerry Jessee Deborah Johnson Dick Johnson Elizabeth Johnson J. C. Johnson James Johnson 196 Vickie Johnson Brenda Jones Corinne Kearfott Connie Kegley Randy Kelly Don Kelsey John Kelsey Becky King Danny King Mark Kistner Joy Lane Jeanie Lauman Linda Leonard Loretta Leonard Teresa Leonard Melissa Lilley 197 Barbara Link Bruce Linnen Susie Littleton Larry Lovelace Valerie Lovett James Luttrell Serge Martin Richard McClanahan Pamela McCroskey David McKamey Terry Moretz Kay Moore John Morrissey Myron Mitchell Amelia Millhorn Sheila Mikell Marilyn Mellett Barbara Mumpower Donna Mumpower Rhonda Murray Larry Neccessary Kathy Nelson Kenneth Newton Brenda Olinger Rodger Opengari 198 Howell Osborne Arlette Patrick Marilyn Patrick Franklin Pauley Terry Pendergrass Ronald Pender Barbara Perry Joe Perry Polly Pickett Milly Pope Evelyn Pruitt Gary RatlilF Jane Ratliff Greg Roberts Debbie Robinson Larry Robinson Patti Robinson Scott Rose Beverly Rosenbalm Cathy Rosser 0 - Linda Rutter Vickie Rutter Mike Salyer Randy Salyers Debbie Sampson 1 199 Sheri Saul Mike Schneider Jim Seaver Sidney Shelton Bill Shumaker Sharon Silcox Joniver Spriggs Vicki Sproles John Stone Cathy Talley Fred Tate Karen Tate Evalin Teilmann Charma Thompson Jackie Thurston Robin Todt Carol Tolbert Donnie Trammell Dennis Vicars Mark Walling Bobby Walls 200 Sylvia Wann Merle Warren Rocky Waycaster Frank Weeks John Wheeler Sandra Whitaker Allen Williams Lester Wise Doris Wolfe Jerry Wolfe Vicky Worley Pat York 201 1 PPI - - 7 I 1 Cathy Leonard, Charlie Gemmell, Carolyn Kearfott, Larry Salyers, Teresa Odum. SENIORS - CLASS OF 71 President - Charlie Gemmell Vice President — Larry Salyers Secretary — Teresa Odum Treasurer — Cathy Leonard Reporter - Carolyn Kearfott 202 Thomas Walter Acuff Mary Duff Allen Linda Joyce Almaroad Beverly Jean Arnold Guy Bryan Arnold Ronald Bruce Bacon Jerry Lynn Ball Hubert Tennyson Baker Terry Michael Ballard Pamela Ann Barker Milton Ray Barker Margaret Belcher 203 Wesley Glen Black Anthony Blevins Stephanie Louanne Blevins Gary Lynn Booher Gary Steven Booher Terry Ann Booher Bridget Marte Bouton Peter Mike Bower Carol Bowers Linda Fay Bowman Mary Elizabeth Bowman 204 Doris Ozella Brent Kathy Darlene Bryan Rhonda Gail Campbell William Bernard Canter Kathy Canter Teresa Marcella Carmody Steve Farris Clark Jay Combs William Sexton Cooper 205 Harvey Franklin Cooper Sherre Adele Cox Howell Charles Cross Ronnie Andrew Cross Joe King Crowell Joyce Horn Crusenberry Julian Keith Cunningham William Douglas Davidson Edgar Mides DeL pp 206 I Robert Swann Dunkin III Delores Anne Eller Judith Leigh Ellis Margaret Rose Fagan Deborra Lucetta Farnham Michael Ralph Fleenor Flora Jane Fouch Kathy Diane Foster Debbie Frazier Terry Marie Gable Leonard T. Garfield Charles Ralph Gemmell 207 Debra Lynn Gentry Kathy Leigh Geromanos Vincent Lewis Gillespie Barbara Ellen Greene Harold Glen Greenwell June Faye Griswold 208 Linda Carol Grubb Robert Gudger Julie Boulware Hairston Susan Marie Hayes Walter Walls Hendricks Judith Anne Henner 209 Shirley Hess Arthur Hill Diane Herndon Jerry Wayne Hobson Jo Ann Hoffarth Tony Frank Holbrook Leslie Edward Huntley Nancy Ann Irvin Phillip Allen Jackson 210 Janet Jennings Patricia Ann Jessee Terry Allen Jessee Jack Denny JoJinson Teresa Johnson Charles Allen Jones Duane Jones Carolyn Anne Kearfott Donna Fay Keesee William Earl Keesee III Patrice Anne Kerr 211 Harlon Franklin King, Jr. Lawrence Allen King Philip Allen Koltunski Sharon Gaye Lane Sherry Kaye Lane David Lee Large Cathy Joanne Leonard Patricia Diane Leonard Phillip Glen Leonard Sandra Leigh Leonard Nancy Anne Louthen LeLand Douglas McConnell 212 Deborah Kay McCroskey Thomas Jackson McDaniel Jennifer Alynn Malone Laura Elizabeth Malone John Lewis Marion Ellen Francis Martin Gayle Whitney Martin Stanley Thomas Martin Richard Allen Mason Vickie Mathesius Brenda Joyce Matthews Linda S. Matthews 213 Larry Franklin Mays Bruce Lee Meade Greg Melkowski Douglas Paul M innick Mike Modrejewski John David Moore Patsy Ann Moore Ann French Morton Susan Lynn Mumpower 214 Nancy Pauline Murray Walt Kelvin Musgrove Doris Nelson Rita Marie Newton Janice Marie Oakes Mary Evelyn O ' Dell Joe Wayne Page Charles Steven Parrott Mary Darlene Patrick 215 James Arthur Pender Karen Yvonne Perkins Leon Peters Norman H. Pippin, Jr. Avis D. Pollard Issac Daniel Pope Sharron Pope Suzan Leigh Pope David Andrew Post Ilia Sue Proulex Colette Pullon Vickie Lynn Rachel 216 Debbie Sue Rawn Brenda Kay Reedy Doug Reedy Ruth Ann Reisler Barbara Lynn Richardson Arthur Roark Gary Wayne Roberts Barbara Ann Robins Wanda Sue Rodgers John Harrison Ross David B. Saddler Larry Wayne Salyers 217 Barbara Lynn Sandoe Diana Sue Saul Sandra Jean Scott Debbie L. Scroggs Donnie Lynn Sexton John Sharrett Vernon Stuart Sharrett Mary Susan Shipley Kitty Irene Shores Vincent Stuart Singleton Dottie Fleenor Skeens Daniel Ray Smith 218 Debbie Smith Johnny Donald Smith Robert Steven Smith Ricky Lynn Snodgrass Melvin Frederick Sparkman Greg Bryant Stacy Carolyn Louise Stapleton Ned Douglas Stedman Rita Elaine Stevens Tim Stephen Stewart Mike Raymond Stophel Debbie Dawn Strickland 219 Lynn Ellis Sword Larry Wayne Sykes Regina Sykes Debra Lynn Trent Haynes Everett Tuell Steven Henry Umberger Mark Richard Vine Randall Allen Walker David Marion Wampler 220 Kathryn Celeste Weatherly Dwight Francis West Cheryl Elizabeth Whicker Una Amanda Whitaker Pamela Anne White Paul Glenn Widner Frances Camille Williams Stephen Woodson Williams Gary Lee Willis Ronnie Lee Worley Stella Ruth Wright 221 FREEDOM OF ESTABLISHMENT 222 Freedom to have our accomplishments, reached in the four years we ' ve attended V.H.S., cited and acknowledged. To remember throughout the years what organizations and activities we participated in. Freedom to patronize our town, to make it " A good place to live. " Freedom to become responsible citizens, to make use of the facilities available. Freedom to respect the private property of others, to keep our town clean and respectable, to uphold the law and respect our country, our flag. Freedom ... to take with us the ideals and values we acquired at V.H.S. 223 FACULTY DIRECTORY ACUFF, MISS ANNETTE Radford College — B.A. English 9 Beta Club Sponsor ALLISON, MR. CARLIS WAYNE Emory and Fienry — B.A. Physical Education 10-11 Basketball Coach Football Coach ANDERSON, MR. BLAKESLEE BRENT Pan American — B.A. University of Virginia — M.Ed. Principal BARBER, MRS. GWEN Florida State University — B.S. University of Georgia — M.Ed. Algebra I, Trigonometry Mathematics Dept. Head BOOTH, MRS. DORIS Berea College — A.B. E.T.S.U. - M.A. English 11, 12 English Dept. Head Cecil Belcher Scholarship Fund Chairman BOWDOIN, MRS. LOUISE University of Alabama — B.S. E.T.S.U. - M.A. Physical Education 9, Health 9 Cheerleaders Co-Sponsor BROWN, MISS IRENE King College — A.B. U. S. History The Virginian Sponsor Student Life Bible Club Sponsor Social Studies Dept. Head BROWN, MRS. RUBY Sullins College Bristol Commercial College E. T.S.U. Study Hall COLEMAN, MRS. HELEN Eastern Kentucky University — B.S. Home Economics F. H.A. Sponsor Home Economics Dept. Head COOPER, MISS LEONE Westhampton of Richmond — A.B. George Peabody College for Teachers — M.A. Librarian Library Club Sponsor COPENFdAVER, MRS. MILDRED Radford College — B.S. Art 1, II, III, IV, V Art Club Sponsor Art Dept. Head The Virginian Co-Sponsor CREGER, MRS. MILDRED Mary Washington College — B.S. E.T.S.U. - M.A. Business Education Typing I, II CUMMINS, MR. JACK V. P.I. V.C.U. E.T.S.U. - B.S. Distributive Education D.E. Club Sponsor DALTON, MRS. DIANA Radford College — B.S. Business Math, Shorthand F.T.A. Sponsor DANIEL, MRS. MARY V. University of Kentucky - A.B. E.T.S.U. - M.A. Latin I, II, III, IV, V Latin Club Sponsor Foreign Language Dept. Head DAVIS, MRS. SARA D. Emory and Henry — B.E. E.T.S.U. - M.A. Physical Education 10, 11, 12, Health 10 Cheerleaders Co-Sponsor DEBUSK, MRS. NORA Radford State Teachers College — B.S. Columbia University — M.A. U.S. Government Co-chmn. Jr. Class Magazine Sale DUGGER, MR. MARION T. Eastern Kentucky State University — B.S. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Dept. Head FOGARTY, MRS. BENNIE Radford State Teachers College — B.S. Special Education 9 GARRETT, MISS NINA Radford College — B.S. Columbia University — M.A. Geometry Co-chmn. Jr. Class Magazine Sale GLOVER, MRS. EDITH E.T.S.U. - B.S. Biology, Physical Science Freshman Class Sponsor HALL, MR. LESTER Emory and Henry — B.A. E.T.S.U. - M.A. English 12 S.C.A. Sponsor Director of Student Activities HALL, MR. ROSCOE Emory and Henry — B.A. Guidance HARENBURG, MRS. MARTHA University of Tennessee — B.S. Biology Science Club Sponsor Sophomore Class Sponsor HARRIS, MR. STEPHEN Fisk University — B.S. U. S. Government, Economics Junior Jaycees Sponsor HILTEN, MRS. SARAH Emory and Henry — B.A. Emory University — M.A. English 9 Tri-Delta Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor HOOPER, MR. RAY Lynchburg College — B.A. V. P.I. - M.Ed. Business Education Business Ed. Dept. Head Senior Class Sponsor HUBBARD, MRS. ELIZABETH Fairmont State Teachers College — A.B. French I, II, III, IV French Club Sponsor HUFF, MISS BETTY King College — B.A. E.T.S.U. - M.A. Assistant Principal KEY, MRS. JUNE Bristol Commercial College Special Education LEWIS, MRS. JEAN E. T.S.U. - B.S. Business Little Virginian Co-Sponsor Jr.-Sr. Prom Chairman MARTIN, MRS. KATHERINE Milligan College — B.S. General Business F. B.L.A. Sponsor McNUTT, MRS. LAURA Eastern Kentucky University — A.B. University of Maryland — M.Ed. University of Virginia — Guidance Guidance and Counseling Spring Festival Chairman MERRITT, MR. BOB E.T.S.U. - B.S. U. S. Government Football Coach Head Track Coach MOAD, MRS. PAULA Virginia Intermont — A.A. E.T.S.U. - B.S. D.E. I, II D. E. Club Sponsor MORTON, MRS. BETTY Western Kentucky State University — B.A. English 11 Journalism I, II Little Virginian Sponsor MYERS, MR. TIPTON V. P.I. - B.S., M.S. Mechanical Drawing I, II, HI NEWMAN, MRS. LYNDA E. T.S.U. - B.S. World History Freshman Class Sponsor OUTLAW, MR. A. T. King College — A.B. Assistant Principal Athletic Director PERRY, MR. JAMES Emory and Henry — B.E. Choral Director Concert Choir Director PREFER, MRS. DEBBIE Secretary POST, MRS. MARIANNE Converse College — B.A., M.A.T Speech, English Drama Club Sponsor PULLON, MRS. LINDA Radford College — B.S. Chemistry, General Science Alpha Sponsor REEVES, MRS. HELEN Emory and Henry — B.A. English 10, 11 Tri-Hi- Y Sponsor RICHARDSON, MR. HAMPTON E.T.S.U. U.C.L.A. Emory and Henry King College Band Music Dept. Head SEWARD, MR. ROLLAND Tennessee Tech. — B.S. Band SPANGLER, MR. LARRY Milligan College — B.S. University of Tennessee — M.S. Biology Science Dept. Head Football Coach Head Baseball Coach THRASH, MRS. RUTH E.T.S.U. - B.S. Special Education Special Ed. Dept. Head TOWNS, MR. ROBERT Alabama College — B.A. Hiwassee Jr. College — A.A. Physical Education 9 Head Basketball Coach Tennis Coach WATFORD, MR. JERRY University of Alabama — B.S. Industrial Arts Head Football Coach Golf Coach WHITAKER, MRS. ELIZABETH E.T.S.U. University of North Carolina Secretary WHITE, MR. RANDALL Emory and Henry — B.A. Spanish I, III, IV Spanish Club Sponsor WILKINSON, MR. CLARENCE King College — A.B. Geometry Boys Hi-Y Sponsor WILLIAMS, MRS. CAROLYN Florida Southern College — B.A. English 10 Spanish II Junior Class Sponsor WILLIAMS, MRS. M. T. Knoxville College — A.B. University of Tennessee — M.S. Co-sponsor Student Life Bible Club WILLIFORD, MRS. ANN King College — B.A. Algebra I Jr. Civitan Sponsor SENIOR DIRECTORY ACUFF, THOMAS WALTER Basketball 1; Chess Club 4. ALLEN, MARY DUFF S.C.A. Representative 1; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Alpha Foundation 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 2, 4; The Virginian Staff 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Little Virginian Staff 4; All-l?egional Chorus 4. ALMAROAD, LINDA JOYCE D.E. Club 2; The Virginian Staff 3; Beta Foundation 3. ARNOLD, BEVERLY JEAN ARNOLD, GUY BRYAN Football 1, 2; Key Club 2, 3; D.E. Club Treasurer 3, President 4. BAKER, HUBERT TENNYSON. LOT. 3, 4. BALL, JERRY LYNN Football 1, S.C.A. Representative 1, 3; Civitan Club 4. BALLARD, TERRY MICHEL LOT. 3, 4. BARKER, MILTON RAY French Club 1, 3, 4; Boys ' Hi-Y 4. BARKER, PAMELA ANN French Club 1; Spring Festival 2, 3; F.B.L.A. Club 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3; Tri-Delta Club 4. BARRETT, RANDALL MONA VIEW V.I.CA. 4. BELCHER, MARGARET SUE Girls ' Glee Club 1; F.H.A. Historian 1; D.E. Club 4. BLACK, WESLEY GLEN Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Spring Festival 1, 2; Concert Choir 3, 4. BLEVINS, ANTHONY LEE BLEVINS, STEPHANIE LOUANNE French Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Beta Club 2, 3; S.C.A. Representa- tive 3; Beta Foundation 3; Tri-Delta 4; Little Virginian Staff 4. BOOHER, GARY LYNN Spring Festival 3; Spanish Club 4. BOOHER, GARY STEVEN Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Baseball 4; Jr. Civitan 4. BOOHER, TERRY ANN Girls ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Spanish Club 3, Vice President 4; Beta Club 4. BOUTON, BRIDGET MARIE D.E. Club 2, 3. BOWERS, PETER MICHEAL Football 2, Manager 3, 4, BOWMAN, LINDA FAY D.E. Club 2, 3. BOWMAN, MARY ELIZABETH Band 1, 2, 3, President 4; Band Council 1, 4; All State Band 1, 2, 3; i Majorette 2, 3, Captain 4; Spring Festival 2, 3; Tri-Delta 3; Jr. Class Reporter; Beta Club 4. BRENT, DORIS OZELLA Girls ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. BRYAN, KATHY CARLENE j Mixed Chorus 1; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Jr. Latin Club 4. CAMPBELL, RHONDA GAIL Library Club 3; F.B.L.A. Club 3; Spring Festival 3; Tri-Delta 4. CANTER, WILLIAM B. CARMODY, TERESA MARCELLA F.H.A. 1; Girls ' Glee Club 2; D.E. Club 2, 3, Parliamentarian 4; ( F.B.L.A. 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Student Life Bible Club 3. CLARK, DAVID ALLEN Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Key Club 1, 2, Parliamentarian 3, Trea- . surer 4; Vice President Freshman Class; Track 2; Honor Council 2; 5. C.A. Vice President 3, President 4; Vice President Jr. Class; Beta : Club 4. CLARK, STEVE FARRIS COOPER, WILLIAM SEXTON j Basketball 1, 2; Boys ' Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice President 4; Science Club 2, 3, t Treasurer 4; Beta Club 3, President 4. ( COOPER HARVEY FRANKLIN Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Track 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Jr. Civitan 3, ' 4. COX, SHERRE ADELE Art Club 3, 4; Spring Festival 3. CROSS HOWELL CHARLES I Football 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Track 2; D.E. Club 4. ll CROSS, RONNIE ANDREW ' CROWELL, JOE KING CRUSENBERRY, JOYCE ANN Girls ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; F.B.L.A. 2, Treasurer 3; D.E. I! Club 3; V.O.T. 4. CUNNINGHAM, JULIAN KEITH Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2, Reporter 3; French Club 3, 4; ’ Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir Historian 3, 4; Regional Chorus 3, 4; Spring Festival 3. DAVIDSON, WILLIAM DOUGLAS i D.O. Club 3, 4. 1 DELAPP, EDGAR MIDEO Track 2, 3; Drama Qub 2. | DICKERT, BRIDGET ANNE Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring ' Festi- j val 3; Little Virginian Staff 4. DILLON, THOMAS NEWTON DOSS, RONALD WLLIAM Baseball 1, 2, 3, Jr. Jaycees 4. DUNKIN, ROBERT SWANN Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Boys ' Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Band Council 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Track Manager 3. ELLER, DELORES ANNE French Club; Student Life Bible Club 3. ELLIS, JUDETH LEIGH Mixed Chorus Accompanist 1; Concert Choir Accompanist 2, Vice President 3, Reporter 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. Representative 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Ensemble 2, 3; Spring Festival 2, 3; Tri-Hi- Y 2, Chap- lain 3, Treasurer 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Girls ' State 3; All-Regional Cho- rus 4; Little Virginian Staff 4; Keyette Club Vice President. FAGAN, MARGARET ROSE Spanish Club 1, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Drama Club 1, Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; The Virginian Staff 4; D.E. Club 4; Young Adults Committee of Chamber of Commerce 4. FARNHAM, DEBORAH LUCETTA Drama Club 1, 2, 4; French Club 1, 2; Girls ' Glee Club 1; Tri-Delta 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; All-Regional Chorus 4; Spring Festival 3. FLEENOR, MICHAEL RALPH Freshman Class Treasurer; Spanish Club 1, Treasurer 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Boys ' Hi-Y 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, President 4; Track Manager 2; Basket- ball Manager 3, 4; Beta Club 3, Vice President 4; Club Council 4; Lit- tle Virginian Staff 4. FOSTER, KATHY DIANE Concert Choir 4. FOUCH, FLORA JANE Girls ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2. GABEL, TERRY MARIE Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 4, Reporter 3; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Mixed Chorus 3; Beta Club 4. GARHELD, LEONARD T. Little Virginian Staff 4. GEMMELL, CHARLES RALPH Basketball 1, 2; Football 2, 4; Track 2; Key Club 1; Jr. Class Presi- dent; Sr. Class President; Interact Club Vice President 4; Secretary-Treasurer Concert Choir 4; Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart 4; F.B.L.A. Sweetheart 4; Little Virginian Staff 4. GENTRY, DEBRA LYNN Mixed Chorus 1, 2; V.O.T. 4; F.B.L.A. 4. GEROMANOS, KATHY LEIGH Beta Foundation 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4. GILLESPIE, VINCENT LEWIS Boys ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; I,atin Club 2; Student Life Bible Club 2; Concert Choir 3, 4. GOBBLE, CHARLES LEROY GOBBLE, RUTH ANNE Girls ' Glee Club 1; Student Life Bible Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Beta Club 4. GOINS, DANNY LEE Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Basketball 2; Golf 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Jr. Civitan 3, Chaplain 4; Spring Festi- val 4. GREENE, BARBARA ELLEN Drama Club 1, Secretary 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4; Little Virginian Staff 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; S.C.A. Representative 3, 4. GREENWELL, HAROLD GLEN Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; V.I.C.A. Club 4. GRISWOLD, JUNE FAYE French Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; S.C.A. Representa- tive 1; Art Club 2, 4, Reporter 3; The Virginian Staff 2; Tri-Delta 3, President 4; Beta Club 3, 4. GRUBB, LINDA CAROL D.E. Club 4; D.E.C.A. Club 4. GUDGER, ROBERT WILLIAM Spanish Club 2, 3; Boys ' Glee Club Vice President 3; Art Qub 4; D.E. Club 4; Mixed Chorus Secretary-Treasurer 4. HAIRSTON, JULIE BOULWARE Jr. Latin Club 2, Latin Club 3, 4; Spring Festival 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Drama Club Vice President 4. HALL, DEBORAH EYVONNE Girls ' Glee Qub 2; D.E. Club 2; V.O.T. 4. HARRISON, KATHY DARLENE D.E. Club 2; Student Life Bible Club 3; V.O.T. 4. HAWKINS, REBECCA ANN Latin Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3; French Club 2, 4, Reporter 3; S.C.A. Representative 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Spring Festival 3; The Virginian Staff 3, Associate Editor 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Business Manager 3; Keyette Club President 4. HAYES, SUSAN MARIE HENDRICKS, WALTER WALLS Band 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4. HENNER, JUDITH ANNE Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4; Art Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice President 4; Little Virginian Staff 3; D.E. Club 4. HOBSON, JERRY WAYNE Science Club 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 3; Basketball Manager 3. HOFFARTH, JO ANN F.H.A. 1; Girls ' Glee Club 1; D.E. Club 4; D.E.C.A. 4. HOLBROOK, TONY FRANK Football 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Jr. Civitan 4. HOSS, REBA J. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Ma jorette 2, 3, 4; Beta Foundation 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Tri-Delta 3, 4; Drama Club 3; Chess Club Sweetheart 3. HUGHES, JAMES H. Band 1; Baseball 1. HUNTLEY, LESLIE EDWARD Spring Festival 3. IRVIN, NANCY ANN D.E. Club 4; S.C.A. Representative 4. LEONARD, CATHY JOANNE Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. Representative 1; S.C.A, Reporter 2; S.C.A. Treasurer 3; Sophomore Class Vice President; Sr. Class Treasurer; Girls ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Art Club 3, Reporter 4; Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4. JACKSON, PHILLIP ALLEN Football 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Boys ' Hi-Y 3; Spring Festival 3; D.E. Club 4. JENNINGS, JANET VIRGINIA Girls ' Glee Club 1; D.E. Club 1, 2, Secretary 4; F.B.L.A. Club Trea- surer 2, President 3, 4. JESSEE, PATRICIA ANN D.O. Club Reporter 3. JESSEE, TERRY ALLEN D.E. Club 4. JOHNSON, JACK DENNY Band 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; D.O. Club 4. JONES, CHARLES ALLEN Football Manager 1, 2; Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Man- ager 2; Key Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; S.C.A. Secretary 4. KEARFOTT, CAROLYN ANNE E)rama Club 1; French Club 1, 3, President 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, Reporto- rian 3, Secretary 4; Jr. Civitan Sweetheart 3, 4; S.C.A. Representative 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Club Council 4; Spring Festival 3; Sr. Class Repor- ter; Little Virginian Staff 4; Cheerleader 4. KEESEE, DONNA FAY Girls ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Art Club 2, 3; Tri-Delta 3; Al- pha Historian 4. KEESEE III, WILLIAM EARL Football 1, 2; Jr. Jaycees 2, President 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Spring Festival 3; Track 3; Drama Club 4; Young Adult Committee of the Chamber of Commerce 4. KERR, PATRICE ANNE Drama Club 1; Art Club 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Spring Festival 2; The Virginian Staff 4. KING JR., HARLON FRANKLIN Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2. KING, LAWRENCE ALLEN Football 1; D.E. Club 4. KOLTUNSKl, PHILIP ALLEN Chess Club 3; Drama Club 3, President 4; D.E. Club 4; Club Council 4. LANE, SHARON GAYE Spanish Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 4. LANE, SHERRY KAYE Spanish Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 4. LARGE, DAVID LEE Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; Spring Festival 3; Student Life Club Treasurer 3, Historian 4. 228 LEONARD, PATRICIA DIANE Girls ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 4. LEONARD, PHILLIP GLEN Art Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Beta Club 4. i LEONARD, SANDRA LEIGH Drama Club 1; French Club 1, 2; Student Life Club Treasurer 2; 1 Latin Club 3, Treasurer 4; Tri-Delta 4. LOUTHAN, NANCY ANNE D.E. Club 4. McConnell, leland douglas McCROSKEY, DEBORAH KAY D.E. Club 3, 4. McDaniel, thomas jackson Football 1, 2; Spanish Club 2; Science Club 4. MALONE, LAURA ELIZABETH MARION, JOHN LEWIS Boys ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2. MARTIN, ELLEN FRANCES Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Life Club 2. MARTIN, GAYLE WHITNEY Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; The Virginian Staff 4. MARTIN, STANLEY THOMAS D.E. Club 2; Art Club 3; Library Club 3. MASON, RICHARD ALLEN Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MATHESIUS, ELIZABETH VICTORIA I Girls ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. Vice ( President 4. , MATTHEWS, BRENDA JOYCE .1 |i MATTHEWS, LINDA S. ' Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. MAYS, LARRY FRANKLIN Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MEADE, BRUCE LEE Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1; Key Club 1, 2, Vice President 4. MELKOWSKI, GREG Baseball 1, 2; Library Club 1, 2; Interact Club 3, 4; Spanish Qub 3; Weightlifting Team 4. MILLER, KENNETH CHARLES V.I.C.A. Club 3, 4. MILLER, MALCOLM LEE Football 3; Golf 3, 4; Jr. Jaycees 4. MINNICK, DOUGLAS PAUL Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Little Virginian Staf¥ 4. MODRZEJEWSKI, MICHAEL EWARD V.l.CA. Club 3, 4. MOORE, JOHN DAVID Football 1; V.l.CA. Club 3, 4. MOORE, PATSY ANN French Club 2; F.B.L.A. 3. MORTON, ANN FRENCH Drama Qub 1, 2; Girls ' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3. 4; French Club 2; Science Club 2; Tri-Delta 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Beta Club 3, 4. MUMPOWER, SUSAN LYNN Girls ' Glee Club 1; Art Club 3; Library Club Reporter 4. MURRAY, NANCY PAULINE Library Club 1; Girls ' Glee Club 1, 2; D.E. Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Delta 4. MUSGROVE, WALT KELVIN Band 1, 2, 4. NEWTON, RITA MARIE F.H.A. 1; Art Club 2; Library Club Secretary 3; F.B.L.A. 3, Secretary 4. OAKES, JANICE MARIE D.E. Qub 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. President 2, Historian 3, Vice President 4; Club Council 2; Student Life Bible Club 3; Spring Festival 3. O ' DELL, MARY EVELYN Girls ' Glee Club Accompanist 1, 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, 3; Girls ' Ensemble 2, 3; S.C.A. Representative 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; All-Regional Choir 3, 4; All-State Choir 3; Mixed Chorus Accompanist 3, 4; Beta Club 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Science Club 4; Little Virginian Staff 4, Keyette Club 4. ODUM, TERESA LYNNE Freshman Class Secretary, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, President 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Spring Festival 2, 3; Club Council 2, 4; Jr. Class Secretary; Beta Club 3, Secretary 4; Cheer- leader 3, Captain 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Girls ' Ensemble 3; Sr. Class Secretary; Little Virginian Staff 4; Key Club Sweetheart 4. OXENDINE, JANICE MARIE Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; F.H.A. 1; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Student Life Bible Club 4. PAGE, JOE WAYNE 5. C.A. Representative 1; Student Life Bible Club 1; D.E. Club 4. PARROTT, CHARLES STEPHEN Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Jr. Civitan 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Boys ' Hi-Y Secretary 3, 4; Beta Club 3, Treasurer 4; All-Regional Chorus 4. PATRICK, MARY DARLENE Girls ' Glee Club 1; French Club 1, 2; F.H.A. 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3, 4. PENDER, JAMES ARTHUR Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Concert Choir 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; D.O. Club 4; Jr. Jaycees 4. PERKINS, KAREN YVONNE Art Club 2, 3, 4. PIPPIN, NORMAN H. Football 1, 2; Jr. Jaycees 1, 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Drama Club 2, 3; March of Dimes Assistant Chairman. POLLARD, AVIS D. Chorus 1, 2, 3. POPE, ISAAC DANIEL Track 1; Basketball 1; Football 1, 4; Boys ' Hi-Y 2; I.C.T. Treasurer 4. POPE, SUZAN LEIGH French Club 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, Librarian 2; S.C.A. Representative 1; Alpha Club 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class Reporter; Spring Festival 2, 3; Girls ' Ensemble 3; Concert Choir 3, 4; All-Regional Chorus 4; Keyette Club 4. POST, DAVID ANDREW Drama Club 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3; Library Club 1; Spring Festival 2; Jr. Jaycees 3, 4; The Virginian Staff 4. PROULEX, ILIA SUE F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. Historian 3. PULLON, COLETTE Tri-Delta 2; Alpha Club 3; D.E. Club 4. 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Anderson, Harry 191 Anderson, Jane 173 Anderson, Patricia Ann 136, 191 Arnold, Alyson 107, 108, 144, 145, 149, 191 Arnold, Betty Faye 191 Arnold, Beverly 203 Arnold, Guy Bryan 88, 130, 203 Arnold, Sharon 181 Arnold, Tommy 140, 181 Ashley, Ann 181 Ashley, Sandra J. 173 B Baer, Greg W. 151, 173 Baer, Pamela F. 91, 146, 150, 151 Bacon, Ronald 91, 203 Bagnall, Arthur 140, 150, 173 Bailey, Arminda C. 173 Bailey, Becky 181 Bailey, Danny 110, 141, 181 Bailey, Ricky Ray 173 Bailey, Ronnie L. 136, 191 Baker, Albert 130, 191 Baker, Frances 181 Baker, Hubert T. 136, 203 Baker, Kathy D. 173 Baker, Mark 127, 191 Ball, Debbie 130, 181 Ball, Janet Carol 133, 144, 150, 173 Ball, Jerry L. 138, 203 Ball, Johnny 181 Ballard, Terry M. 136, 203 Banks, Randall K. 128, 146, 147, 191 Barber, Mrs. Guin 156, 157 Barker, Larry Wayne 173 Barker, Mike 181 Barker, Pam 203 Barker, Phil 173 Barker, Ray 134, 135, 203 Barnes, Kerry J. 137, 140, 148, 150, 181 Barrett, Randall M. 136 Barrett, Victor L. Bass, Linda J. 131, 134, 144, 145, 181 Bass, William 170, 191 Baumgardner, Mrs. Anita 164 Baxley, Robert E. 141, 144, 191 Beavers, Jack Beavers, Judy Beavers, Stephen Begley, William R. 173 Belcher, Margaret 130, 203 Berger, Mae 168 Beverly, JoRita 130, 181 Bevins, Alan 150, 181 Black, Norsalus 191 Black, Wesley 204 Blackley, Donna 148, 181 Blair, Steve 191 Blair, Tommy Wayne 173 Blankenship, Pat 134, 151, 181 Blaylock, Priscilla 181 Blevins, Anthony 204 Blevins, Gerald M. 181 Blevins, Jeff P. Belvins, Larry 136 Blevins, Louanne 128, 134, 148, 204 Blevins, Millicent Lee 128, 146, 191 Boggs, Sandra Kay 140 Bomar, Michael Rhea Bond, Jerry 140, 145, 151, 181 Bonham, Margaret S. 151, 181 Bonham, Mrs. W, C. 168 Booher, Alice 133 Booher, Alicia Ann 191 Booher, Anita Marie Booher, Wilfred Cleave 191 Booher, Darline 181 Booher, Delores Christine Booher, Florence H. Booher, Gary L. 146, 204 Booher, Gary Steven 77, 110, 138, 204 Booher, Terry 79, 128, 146, 204 Booher, Tommy Ray Booth, Mrs. Doris 156 Bouton, Bridget Marie 204 Bowdoin, Mrs. Louise 156 Bower, Lola Anne 146, 181 Bower, Peter 112, 204 Bowers, Deborah Carol 127, 204 Bowers, Delores F. 133, 181 Bowers, Julana B. Bowers, Leonard Elwood 110, 120, 191 Bowers, Teresa Ann 133, 143, 181 Bowie, Robert 91, 131, 191 Bowman, Freddy Lynn Bowman, Linda 204 Bowman, Mary Elizabeth 128, 150, 151, 204 Bowman, Mary J. 173 Boyd, Mrs. Frances 136, 156 Bradley, Cecil 96, 97, 128, 150, 151 Bray, Joyce Gayle 128, 134, 145, 147 Bray, James M. 181 Brent, Doris 205 Brewer, Cathy Ann 130 Brewer, David 173 Brewer, Sherry L. 150, 173 Brewer, Wesley 173 Brooks, Diane 173 Brooks, Willie Mae 173 Brown, Chris J. 173 Brown, Geniva Brown, Miss Irene 148, 156, 161 Brown, Martha Brown, Mike J. Brown, Pam 248 D Brown, Mrs. Ruby 156 Brown, Thomas Brown, Tim 181 Brown, Varah M. Brown, Velma 181 Browning, Connie 173 Brumett, Don W. 173 Brummitt, JoAnn S. 182 Bryan, Kathy 75, 127, 140, 205 Bryant, Larry 182 Buchanan, William R, Bunche, Mary Margaret Burklow, Allen 87 C Cain, Joan Campbell, Janice 131, 149 Campbell, Janis J. 108, 134, 180, 182 Campbell, Kimberly 144, 151, 173 Campbell, Margaret 192 Campbell, Rhonda 205 Cansler, Raphael 110, 111, 113, 120, 121, 173 Canter, Betty 136, 192 Canter, Mr. Billy 168 Canter, Fred 182 Canter, Junior 173 Canter, Kathy 130, 205 Canter, Mary 192 Canter, Sandra D. 146, 173 Canter, William 205 Canty, Charles 112, 139, 193 Caple, I,arry 136 Carmack, Janis 173 Carmody, Teresa 130, 132, 205 Carter, Gail 193 Carter, Iran 182 Carter, Ronald Edward 173 Cassell, Patricia A. 173 Casteel, Gail B. 173 Cato, Charles 182 Chafin, Freddy 173 Chandler, Teresa 127, 131, 180 Charles, Craig 174 Cheathem, Connie 174 Cheathem, Pat 130, 205 Clark, David 62, 126, 128, 129, 141, 144, 205 Clark, Linda 128, 134, 140, 149, 193 Clark, Marzetta 174 Clark, Revonda Hope 146, 174 Clark, Steve 145, 193 Clark, F. Steve 205 Cloyd, Carter Joseph Coleman, Mrs. 157, 83, 133 Collins, Dickey 116, 174 Collins, Jack B. 136, 193 Collins, Jack P. 143, 182 Collins, Peggy E. 174 Combs, Jay 205 Combs, Peggy 182 Combs, Peggy Karen Combs, Sheila 148, 151, 193 Conner, Marcus 134, 182 Cooper, Ann L. 127, 142, 148, 182 Cooper, Bill S. 62, 128, 135, 145 Cooper, Harvey F. 102, 206 Cooper, Miss Leone 143, 167 Cooper, Teresa A. 84, 174 Copenhaver, Mrs. Mildred 127, 157 Corvin, Richard 110, 128, 137, 138, 193 Cox, Candace 127, 134, 144, 148, 182 Cox, Debbie 182 Cox, Jan D. 174 Cox, Randy 174 Cox, Sherre A. 206 Crane, Jef¥ T. 182 Crane, Roger 193 Crang, Beth 193 Creger, Jerry 116, 174 Creger, Mrs. Mildred 157 Croomes, Larry L. 182 Cross, Fonda 126, 131, 193 Cross, Howell 130, 131, 206 Cross, Ronnie A. 206 Cross, Tommy 60, 110, 134, 135, 137, 182 Crowe, Mrs. Carl 168 Crowe, Lynnie S. 140, 151, 174 Crowe, Michael E. 57, 128, 135, 142, 145, 151, 197 Crowell, Joe 130, 206 Crusenberry, Gina 174 Crusenberry, Johnny 130, 182 Crusenberry, Joyce 206 Cullop, Danny 116, 174 Cummins, Mr. Jack 130, 157 Cunningham, Julian 127, 134, 206 Cunningham, William 194 Curry, Ann Dabbs, Christine 194 Dabbs, Eddie 127, 174 Dalton, Mrs. Diane 157 Daniel, Mrs. Mary 57, 157 Daniels, Larry Wayne 182 Daugherty, Steve 139, 182 Davenport, Eugene Howard 182 Davenport, Ronnie 110, 117, 174 Davenport, Walter Joseph 174 Davidson, Barbara 194 Davidson, James 174 Davidson, Susan, 144, 146, 174 Davidson, William 135, 206 Davis, Nancy 70, 174 Davis, Sandra 131, 174 Davis, Mrs. Sara 157 Davis Tim 131, 139, 194 Dawson, Ida Carroll 133, 150, 182 Dearman, Kathy 174 Delapp, Edgar 206 Demetris, Valerie June 182 Dennison, Robert 194 Denny, Sharon 126, 144, 194 Denton, Deborah Susan 150, 182 Derey, Virginia 168 Dickerson, Ethel 168 Dickenson, Steve R. 174 Dicker!, Bridget 34, 140, 142, 149, 206 Dicker!, Robert B. 137, 182 Dickey, Doug 128, 194 Dillon, Tom 70, 207 Dingus, Mike 116, 174 Dingus, Phil 116, 140, 174 Dixon, Danny 174 Dixon, Linda Doss, Ronald 102, 139, 206 Dowell, Jeff 102, 137, 194 Dowell, Patricia M. 174 Dugger, Mr. Marion 157 Dunkin, Robert 101, 128, 135, 150, 151, 207 Dunkin, William 91, 135, 140, 174 Dunn, John 194 Dye, Judy Ann 182 E Eades, Jerry 194 Eads, Gary 127, 174 249 Eastridge, James 130, 194 Eaton, John 175 Edens, Eddie Edson, Gary 194 Edson, Karen 175 Edwards, Daniel 96, 110, 111, 141, 194 Eggers, Richard 194 Eggers, Teresa 174 Eller, Anne 207 Eller, Mr. Eugene 162 Eller, Mrs. Raymond 168 Ellis, Janice 134, 144, 149, 182 Ellis, Judy 128, 134, 149, 207 Ellis, Mike Allen 183 Ellis, Mike D. 131, 194 Ellis, Robert 194 Emmert, Donald 175 Eaton, Sam 102, 194 Estes, Gary 130, 183 Eury, John T. 183 Everett, Gary 120, 137, 194 F Fagan, Maggie 129, 130, 146, 149, 207 Faidley, Wayne David Farnham, Deborra L. 57, 127, 131, 148, 207 Faucette, Theda 78, 127, 131, 134, 145, 149, 194 Faulks, Nancy Fee, Danny 175 Ferguson, Lee Jackie 175 Fields, Debbie Lea 140, 150, 175 Fields, Laura 134, 144, 175 Fields, Shirley 183 Fine, Micah 131, 134, 150, 183 Fleenor, Debbie 126, 148, 194 Fleenor, Don 194 Fleenor, Dottie Sue 218 Fleenor, James Fleenor, Michael 120, 128, 129, 135, 175, 207 Fleenor, Mike 134, 194 Fleenor, Myra 150, 151, 175 Fleenor, Rhonda 82, 183 Fleenor, Shanna 134, 144, 151, 183 Fleming, Robert 130, 194 Fogarty, Mrs. Bennie 87, 157 Foster, Elaine Foster, Kathy 207 Foster, John 175 Foster Steve Foote, Donald 175 Foote, Wanda Lucette 175 Foote, William M. 120 Fouch, Flora 207 Fouch, l,arry 130, 183 Fouch, Tommy 130, 195 Fouch, Virginia 195 France, Alvin 142, 150, 151, 183 Frazier, Debbie Ann 207 Freeman, Amadalyn 168 Freeman, Susie 183 French, Mr. Jack 164 Fugate, Carolyn 183 Fulp, Jean 175 Fulp, William 57, 195 G Gabel, Terry 128, 131, 207 Garfield, Leonard 207 Garrett, Cindy 131, 146, 175, 207 Garrett, Miss Nina 157 Gemmell, Charles 110, 137, 149, 202 Gemmell, Donna Gentry, Debbie 132, 143, 208 Gentry, Gary 116, 175 Geromanos, Kathy 128, 146, 150, 151, 208 Gibson, David 183 Gibson, Teresa A. 183 Gilbert, Jill K. 146, 183 Gillenwater, Aretha C. 136, 195 Gillespie, Vincent L. 208 Gilmer, Gordon 110, 137, 195 Glover, Edith Mrs. 157 Gobble, Charles 208 Gobble, Doris 175 Gobble, Ruth A. 57, 128, 147, 208 Gobble, Sharon Marie 175 Gobble, Trula Lee 130, 195 Goins, Danny Lee 127, 128, 138, 208 Goodman, Carolyn S. 175 Goodman, Charles K. 175 Goodpasture, Patricia 78, 129, 145, 149, 195 Gorley, Connie Faye 175 Gorley, Nancy Jean 135, 145, 147, 195 Gorley, Peggy 175 Grace, Eleanor S. 208 Grayson, Lisa A. 128, 134, 145, 147, 195 Green, Elizabeth 129, 183 Greene, Anthony 195 Greene, Barbara 129, 144, 148, 208 Greene, Henrietta 175 Greene, Henry 116, 120, 151, 175 Greene, Paul 146, 183 Greenwell, Glen 136, 141, 208 Greer, Susie 107. 108, 128, 134, 139, 145, 149, 195 Gregory, Dallas 126, 195 Gregory, Michael B. 70, 128, 142, 144, 145, 195 Griffin, Craig Dean 175 Griffin, Diane 146, 151, 183 Grigsby, Mrs. W. G. 162 Grimsley, Mrs. Violet 162 Griswold, June 56, 127, 128, 129, 134, 138, 208 Groseclose, Kathy 128, 145, 146, 151, 195 Groseclose, Mike 120, 137, 195 Gross, Jimmy 175 Grubb, Linda 130, 209 Grubb, Patricia Ann 63, 175 Grubb, Sandy 183 Gudger, Benita E. 175 Gudger, David 175 Gudger, Donald Gudger, Robert 209 Gullion, Howard H Hackley, Eddie 73, 110, 127, 141, 146, 190, 195 Haga, Vickie 174 Hairston, Julie 131, 142, 149, 209 Hale, Chris 128, 148, 150, 195 Hale, Ward Hall, Deborra 209 Hall, Dewayne 195 Hall, Mr. Lester 157 Hall, Lonnie D. 195, 209 Hall, Mr. Rosco 167 Hamilton, Judy A. 130, 183 Hamilton, Mary Marcia 130, 195 Hamilton, Terry L. 70, 128, 129, 145, 147, 195 Hammack, Mr. T. T. 164 Harden, Doresa 175 Harenburg, Mrs. Martha 145, 158 Harkrader, Diane 131, 140, 175 250 Harless, Gerald Harmon, Jerry 130, 195 Harmon, Susan Harr, Marilyn 183 Harris, Mr. Stephen 138, 161 Harris, Susie 175 Harrison, Kathy 209 Harrison, Phil 130, 195 Harter, Geoffrey 84, 131, 142, 183 Hartsock, Connie 175 Hartsock, Danny 130, 195 Hawkins, Mr. Johnie 168 Hawkins, Rebecca A. 128, 134, 149, 209 Hawthorne, Debbie 73, 128, 196 Hayes, Brian 183 Hayes, Fred 76, 183 Hayes, Mrs. J. H. 168 Hayes, John H. 183 Hayes, Susan 209 Helbert, Charles 175 Helton, Frank 175 Helton, L. Mattie 183 Hendricks, Walter 150, 151, 209 Henner, Judy 13, 149, 209 Henner, Mary Beth 131, 140, 175 Henner, Mr. William 168 Hensley, Bill Hensley, Cathie 126, 145, 146, 180, 183 Hernandez, Maxine 131, 175 Herndon, Barbara Faye 176 Herndon, Diane 210 Hess, Barbara 133, 175 Hess, Kathy Melissa 175 Hess, Shirley 130, 143, 210 Hess, Wesley 139, 196 Hill, Arthur 210 Hill, Deloise 184 Hill, Cynthia Jean 136 Hill, Jean 198 Hilten, Mrs. Sarah 148, 158 Hines, John 196 Hislop, Dr. Richard 27, 162 Hite, Pattie 146, 176 Hoback, Scott Lee 62, 140, 176 Hobbs, Jim 137, 196 Hobson, Jerry 210 Hodgson, Mr. Dean 162 Hoffarth, Guy Tim 176 Hoffarth, Joann 130, 210 Holbrook, Marilyn 126, 134, 145, 184 Holbrook, Marilyn 146, 184 Holbrook, Tony 138, 146, 210 Holt, L. Danny 176 Holt, Sandra 176 Hooper, Mr. Ray 158 Hopkins, Susan L. 184 Horne, Fred 128, 141, 196 Horne, Kathy 130, 184 I Irvin, Nancy A. 130, 210 Isley, Kenny 184 Isley, Laura P. 148, 196 l som, Lisa D. l son, Frank Ison, Margaret J Jackson, Joe 136, 184 Jackson, Phil 130, 210 Jackson, Randy 184 Jackson, Sam L. Jackson, Sammy T. 136, 196 Jackson, Wayne 184 Jennings, Billie Jo 176 Jennings, Janet 128, 130, 132, 211 Jennings, Rhonda D. 176 lessee, Jerry 130, 196 lessee, Patricia Ann 211 lessee, Sherree 176 lessee, Terry 130, 211 Johnson, Brenda 176 Johnson, David L. 176 Johnson, Deborah 196 Johnson, Edward 57, 140, 176 Johnson, Elizabeth 55, 57, 131, 142, 148, 196 Johnson, Jack 211 Johnson, James 184 Johnson James J. Johnson, J. C. 196 Johnson, Maurita 176 Johnson, Michael 151, 184 Johnson, Richard 139, 196 Johnson, Teressa 211 Johnson, Victoria 127, 128, 194 Jones, Brenda 194 Jones, Charlie 120, 141, 144, 211 Jones, Debbie Jones, EXiane Randell 127, 211 Jones, Lea 131, 146, 150, 176 Jones, Terri 130, 131, 176 K Kearfott, Carolyn 108, 109, 128, 129, 134, 138, 149, 202, 211 Kearfott, Corinne 107, 128, 131, 144, 145, 150, 194 Keen, Kenny 137, 184 Keesee, Billy 63, 129, 133, 139, 211 Keesee, Donna 81, 126, 211 Keesee, Sandra 176 Kegley, Connie 126, 194 Kelly, Randy 112, 120, 128, 141, 194 Kelly, Ricky 116, 140, 141, 176 Kelsey, Connie 184 Kelsey, Don 194 Kelsey, Johnny 194 Kemp, Grant Kemp, Woody 176 Kerr, Patrice 34, 149, 211 Ketron, Mike 110, 140, 144, 172, 176 Key, Mrs. June 87, 158 King, Barney 184 King, Carolyn King, Danny 130, 194 King, David S. 140, 151, 185 King, Harlon R. 212 King, Larry 212 King, Rebecca 126, 146, 194 Kirby, Brad 185 Kirk, Trenaria 140, 147, 176 Kistner, Mark 194 Kistner, Mary 144, 148, 185 Knox, Michele 127, 131, 176 Koltunski, Philip 130, 131, 212 Kress, Mrs. Jack 168 L Lampkins, Gary 116, 176 Lane, Joyce 81, 127, 131, 148 Lane, Sharon 128, 150, 212 Lane, Sherry 150, 151, 212 Large, David 147, 212 Large, Debra Lauman, Jeanie 145, 149, 197 Lauzon, Peter 176 251 Lawless, Naomi 185 Lawson, Debbie 130, 185 Lee, Greg 185 Leonard, Barbara 176 Leonard, Cathy 35, 54, 108, 109, 127, 149, 202, 212 Leonard, Debbie 146, 176 Leonard, Donna 176 Leonard, Linda 126, 127, 197 Leonard, Loretta 133, 197 Leonard, Lorraine 176 Leonard; Patricia 150, 185 Leonard, Patricia, D. 197, 212 Leonard, Phillip 57, 127, 142, 145, 212 Leonard, Sandra 57, 128, 142, 212 Leonard, Teresa 76 Leonard, Terry Lewis, Mrs. Jean 79, 158 Lewis, Leigh 66, 140, 172, 176 Lilley, Melissa 131, 149, 197 Link, Barbara 136, 198 Link, Donnie 185 Linnen, Bruce 130, 198 Linnen, Nancy 176 Littleton, Susie 81, 127, 131, 148, 198 Livingston, Margie 185 Louthen, Nancy 130, 212 Love, Ronnie Lovett, Valerie 131, 198 Lovegrove, Ricky 84, 185 Lovelace, Larry Luttrell, James 130, 198 Lyons Dean 176 Lyttle, Evonne 83, 133, 147, 185 M McCartney, Dawn 127, 131, 142, 148, 170, 185 McClanahan, Gerald 185 McClanahan, Richard 198 McClellan, Tamera 146, 150 McCloud, Tina 185 McConnell, Douglas 212 McCrady, Carl 176 McCray, Gary 185 McCroskey, Mrs. Blanche 168 McCroskey, Debbie 130, 213 McCroskey, Pam 130, 133, 198 McDaniel, Janice 134, 185 McDaniel, Joyce 134, 185 McDaniel, Thomas 145, 213 McDevitt, David 176 McElraft, Howard McGlammary, Ronnie 176 McKamey, Billie McKamey, Charles 110, 198 McKamey, Jean 185 McLagan, Jeanne 134, 176 McMullin, Leonard 185 McMurray, Gary 185 McNutt, Mrs. Laura 167 McVey, Rick 135, 140, 151, 176 Malcolm, Curtis 130, 185 Malcolm, Melissa 131, 140, 176 Malcolm, Sherry 177 Malone, Debbie 150, 185 Malone, Jerry 213 Malone, Laura 79, 213 Mand, Jimmy 116, 177 Mann, Betty 133, 177 Marion, John 213 Martin, Ellen 127, 213 Martin, Gayle 149, 213 Martin, Mrs. Katherine 132, 158 Martin, Preston 177 Martin, Serge 96, 97, 120, 139, 198 Martin, Stanley 213 Mason, Richard 91, 150, 213 Mathesius, Vicki 132, 213 Matthews, Brenda 213 Matthews, Wanda 213 Mays, Larry 151, 214 Meade, Anita 185 Meade, Bruce 102, 120, 121, 141, 214 Meade, Denise 177 Meany, Julie 127, 145, 149, 185 Mellett, Marilyn 145, 198 Melkowski, Greg 77, 137, 148, 185 Melkowski, Kim 137, 180, 185 Merritt, Mr. Bob 65, 142, 155, 158 Merritt, Mona 146, 180, 186 Mikell, Sheila 126, 127, 131, 198 Miller, Jerry 110, 177 Miller, Kenneth 136, 214 Miller, Lee 96, 139, 214 Milhorn, Amelia 130, 133, 198 Mink, Vickie 151, 177 Minnick, Doug 110, 127, 145, 214 Minnick, Lisa 149, 186 Minton, Ricky 177 Mitchell, Doug 141, 143, 186 Mitchell, Myron 198 Moad, Miss Paula 130, 158 Modrzejewski, Michael 136, 214 Molenaar, Joyce 186 Moore, Kyle 186 Moore, Kay 132, 147, 180, 198 Moore, Hyder, 116, 177 Moore, John 136, 214 Moore, Terry 186 Moore, Michael Moore, Pamela 177 Moore, Patsy 214 Moore, Steve 151, 186 Moore, Vickie 146 Morelock, Manila 177 Moretz, Sharron 134, 145, 147, 186 Moretz, Terry 131, 139, 144, 196 Morton, Ann 128, 148, 214 Morton, Mrs. Betty 69, 71, 158 Morton, Steve 86, 186 Morris, Rita 177 Morris, Terri 177 Morrissey, John 69, 88, 130, 137, 198 Mullins, Mark 116, 137, 177 Mumpower, Barbara 198 Mumpower, Donna 143, 198 Mumpower, Eddie 177 Mumpower, Lee 177 Mumpower, Susan 214 Murray, Debbie 177 Murray, Karen 177 Murray, Nancy 130, 215 Murray, Rhonda 198 Murray, Sheryl 177 Musgrove, Melinda 177 Musgrove, Walt 146, 151, 215 Musick, Billy 186 Musick, Mrs. Gladys 168 Myers, Mr. Typton 141, 159 N Necessary, Larry W. 139, 198 Nelson, Doris A. 215 Nelson Judy 177 Nelson, Kathy 197 Nelson, Ronnie 186 Nelson, Tim 186 252 Newman, Mrs. Lynda 159 Newman, Linda N. 127, 144, 148, 150, 151, 186 Newton, Jim 137, 186 Newton, Kenneth E. 198 Newton, Rita M. 132, 215 Nichols, Marilyn 186 Noonkester, Bobby 177 O Oakes, Janice 79, 130, 132, 215 Oakley, Mrs. Jeanne 168 O ' Dell, Laura 134, 172, 177 O ' Dell, Mary 93, 128, 134, 145, 149, 215 Odum, Teresa 107, 108, 109, 128, 129, 134, 141, 149, 202, 215 Olinger, Brenda Sue 128, 145, 147, 198 Opengari, Roger 139, 198 Osborne, Howell 199 Otey, Mrs. Barbara 166 Otey, Wayne A. 177 Outlaw, Mr. Tim 19, 162, 166 Owen, Stanley R. 186 Owens, Floyd 110, 177 Owens, Greg 146, 151, 186 Owens, William Oxendine, Janice 131, 132, 147, 151, 215 P Page, Joe 130, 215 Parks, Betty 142, 149, 186 Parks, Carol Ann 177 Parks, Randy E. 186 Parrott, Steve 110, 128, 129, 135, 138, 144, 215 Patrick, Arlette 199 Patrick, Marilyn 199 Patrick, Darlene 215 Pauley, Franklin 110, 137, 145, 199 Payne, Robbie Lynn 177 Peery, George C. 177 Pender, Donald Nathaniel 177 Pender, James, 110, 120, 121, 136, 139, 216 Pender, Ronald Allen 127, 199 Pendergrass, Brenda Darlene 177 Pendergrass, L. Terry 199 Penley, Steve 186 Perkins, Charles 110, 114, 127, 138, 186 Perkins, Karen Yvonne 216 Perry, Barbara 199 Perry, Mr. James 92, 159 Perry, Joe Clifton 96, 110, 138, 141, 199 Peters, Betty J. 132, 186 Peters, Beverly June 177 Peters, Leon 216 Peterson, Karen 140, 143, 186 Pfeifer, Mrs. Debbie 166 Phillippi, Blake Ellis 177 Phillippi, Mark Lee 177 Phipps, Hobert Lee 177 Pickett, Polly Monroe 199 Piotrowski, Alex Wayne 151, 186 Pippin, Norman Tim 136, 139, 216 Pippin, Tony 151, 187 Pollard, Avis 216 Poore, Johrmy Pope, Isaac 136, 216 Pope, John 177 Pope, Millicent Lydia 199 Pope, Sharron 127, 216 Pope, Suzan L. 126, 216 Post, David 72, 131, 139, 216 Post, Mrs. Marianne 68, 159 Post, Thomas Lee 116, 131, 139, 140, 177 Powers, Mary H. Powers, Shirley Pratt, Cathy 177 Pratt, Cheryl 177 Pratt, Dennis 177 Pratt, Kathy Preston, Martin Price, David Wayne 187 Proulex, Sue 130, 132, 216 Pruitt, Betty Rae Pruitt, Cheryl Pruitt, Evelyn O. 199 Pullon, Colette 130, 216 Pullon, Mrs. Linda 126, 159 Pullon, Tina Fay 177 Q Quarels, Mr. Royce 164 Quisenberry, Mary Margaret 144, 145, 149, 187 R Rachel, Vickie 126, 216 Ratliff, Gary Lynn 130, 199 Ratliff, Jane 199 Rawn, Debbie Sue 87, 217 Rawn, Gary 146, 151, 187 Reedy, Brenda Kay 127, 146, 148, 217 Reedy, Melvin Douglas 217 Reeves, Miss Helen 149, 159 Reisler, Ruth 132, 217 Rhinehart, Kitten Louise 178 Rhoton, Jeff Hugh 177 Richardson, Barbara 130, 217 Richardson, Mr. Hamp 91, 159 Riethmaier, Andy 187 Roark, Authur 217 Roark, Linda Marie 187 Roark, Ricky 77, 187 Roark, Shelby 177 Roberts, Franklin G. 127, 199 Roberts, Gary 102, 110, 137, 138, 217 Roberts, Karen J. 146, 178 Robins, Barbara 79, 217 Robins, Paul 178 Robinson, Debbie Kay 199 Robinson, James Billy Robinson, James David 187 Robinson, Larry 199 Robinson, Patricia Ann 199 Robinson, Raymond 178 Rogers, Floyd E. 130, 187 Rogers, Wanda Sue 130, 217 Rose, Anthony 1. 116, 178 Rose, Earl G. 178 Rose, Karen 134, 148, 187 Rose, Scott K. 143, 199 Rose, Warren 116, 178 Rosenbalm, Beverly J. 136, 199 Rosenbalm, Johnny 178 Ross, John 138, 217 Rosser, Catherine E. 126, 199 Rosser, John M. 112, 116, 137, 138, 144, 178 Rouse, Rita 187 Rutherford, Mike 178 Rutledge, Phil 178 Rutter, Linda Joyce 199 Rutter, Teresa 187 Rutter, Vickie 126, 128, 150, 151, 199 Ryan, Barbara K. 146, 172, 178 S Saddler, David 130, 218 253 Salyer, Michael 145, 199 Salyers, Larry Wayne 27, 110, 128, 202, 218 Salyers, Randy 128, 137, 19 9 Salyers, Teresa Diane 187 Sampson, Debbie 130, 131, 144, 145, 149, 199 Sandoe, Barbara 126, 127, 129, 134, 135, 150, 151, 195, 218 Saul, Diane Sue 126, 218 Saul, Nellie 168 Saul, Sheri 200 Saunders, Mrs. Millie 167 Saunders, Pamela 148, 187 Scales, Tony M. 187 Schneider, Arthur Micheal 137, 139, 200 Schneider, Linda M, 146, 178 Scott, Mark 178 Scott, Sandy 136, 218 Scroggs, Debbie 130, 218 Seaver, James M. 101, 128, 135, 145, 150, 151, 200 Seward, Mr. Rolland 159 Sexton, Angie Darlene 134, 147, 178 Sexton, Lynn Dannie 89, 136, 218 Shaffer, Brenda 187 Shaffer, Freida Diane 187 Shaffer, Garry L. 187 Shaffer, Sandra 178 Shaffer, Sharron 178 Sharrett, Johnny L. 218 Sharrett, Sandra L. Sharrett, Sandy 178 Sharrett, Vernon Stuart 128, 135, 145, 218 Shearin, Ray 178 Shelton, Sidney O. 110, 113, 200 Shepherd, Beverly 178 Shepherd, Shirley Ann 133, 187 Sherwood, David 110, 140, 141, 187 Shipley, Richard 187 Shipley, Susan 128, 134, 144, 149, 218 Shores, Irene 178, 218 Shores, Kitty Shumaker, Bill 96, 128, 135, 142, 145, 200 Shumaker, Mrs. Don 168 Shumate, Daniel 187 Shumate, Sue 69, 131, 132, 187 Silcox, Sharon 126, 200 Simcox, Corrine 168 Simpson, William 187 Singleton, Vanessa 187 Singleton, Vince 143, 218 Sizemore, Gary D. 134, 188 Sizemore, Terri 137, 178 Skeens, L.awrence 178 Slaughter, Jim 188 Smelser, Cathy 188 Smiley, Barbara 149, 188 Smiley, Judy 178 Smith, Allen 178 Smith, B. 168 Smith, Barrie 116, 117, 178 Smith, Don Smith, Daniel R. 218 Smith, Danny 130 Smith, Debbie 219 Smith, Donnie 110, 139, 219 Smith, Kathy 146, 178 Smith, Pam 127, 188 Smith, Robert 102, 103, 110, 120, 129, 135, 138, 141, 219 Smith, Ronnie 178 Smithson, John 110, 188 Snader, Jack 139, 178 Snodgrass, Ricky 219 Spangler, Mr. J rry 62, 102, 110, 160 Sparkman, Fred 102, 135, 141, 219 Spriggs, Alberta 188 Spriggs, Bernard 200 Sproles, Vicki 73, 148, 200 Stacy, Greg B. 130, 219 Stallard, Carroll Fran 134, 151, 178 Stanton, Earl 178 Stapleton, Carolyn 130, 219 Stapleton, Jackie 178 Statzer, Ginna 188 Statzer, Jack 178 Statzer, Percy 178 Statzer, Ellen 188 Stedman, Ned 57, 71, 74, 131, 219 Stedman, Robin 146, 188 Steiding, Sandra 140, 178 Stephenson, Amy 140, 178 Stevens, Rita 107, 108, 109, 144, 148, 219 Stevenson, Sally 131, 146, 188 Stine, Charles Douglas 188 Stewart, Tim 137, 145, 219 Stone, John 139, 200 Stophel, Mike 136, 139, 219 Stout, Kathy Lynn, 133, 178 Strickland, Debbie 130, 219 Strouth, David 110, 134, 138, 146, 188 Sullivan, Don 188 Sword, Lynn 139, 151, 220 Sykes, Cecil B. 116, 178 Sykes, Larry Wayne 130, 220 Sykes, Regenia 220 T Talley, Cathy 200 Tapscott, Teresa 130, 131, 137, 220 Tate, Danny R. 130, 146, 188 Tate, Fred 19, 127, 131, 142, 144, 145, 190, 200 Tate, Karen 70, 126, 128, 134, 200 Taylor, Douglas Ernest 179 Teilmann, Evalin 128, 134, 148, 200 Teilmann, Tiga Johan III 179 Thomas, Marty I. 179 Thomas, Zane 136, 188 Thompson, Charma 133, 200 Thompson, Joan 127, 130, 149, 220 Thrash, Mrs. Ruth 160 Thurston, Jackie 20, 130 Thurston, Sammy 188 Tittle, D. Harry 86, 136, 178 Todt, Florence Robin 128, 148, 200 Tolbert, Carol 126, 200 Tolley, Chas. Lester, Jf. 179 Tolley, Denise 116, 188 Tolley, Denise M. 130 Tolley, Mr. Joseph 162, 163 Towns, Mr. Robert 160 Trent, Debra 220 Tritt, Sandy L. 188 Tritt, Teresa 179 Tritt, Thelma 130 Tuell, Haynes 136, 220 Turner, Claudia 188 U Umberger, Stanley 135, 145, 151, 188 Umberger, Steven 128, 129, 135, 145, 220 Underwood, Janet 140, 147, 188 V Valdez, Mrs. Kathy 168 Vance, Eddie 179 254 Van Hoy, Billy 179 Van Hoy, Debbie Van Hoy, Lawana 140, 151, 179 Vaughn, Bird 179 Vaughn, Steve Vicars, Dennis 200 Vine, Mark 220 W Walden, Deborah Lynne 179 Walden, Frances 168 Walden, Marilyn Lovella 179 Walker, Randy 102, 221 Walling, Jeff 112, 116, 141, 179 Walling, Mark 130, 141, 200 Walls, Bobby 102, 110, 200 Walsh, Sue Debbie 188 Wampler, David 122, 136 Wampler, Lisa J. 130, 188 Wampler, Vicki L. 188 Wann, Sylvia 78, 132, 201 Warren, Merle 127, 129, 131, 145, 146, 149, 201 Washington, Donald P. 188 Washington, James C. 110, 188 Washington, Katherine 179 Washington, Kenneth 179 Watford, Mr. Jerry 27, 96, 111, 160 Watford, Jerry R. 116, 138, 144, 179 Watford, Leslie Jo 131, 188 Waycaster, Lucille A. 147, 188 Waycaster, Rocky 201 Weatherly, Kathryn Celeste 150, 221 Weatherly, Loretta 150, 179 Weatherly, Terry 102, 110, 189 Weaver, James D. 138, 179 Weeks, Frank 201 Weeks, Lorinda 133, 179 Wells, Jerry 130, 189 West, Crystal Karen 179 West, Dwight 146, 221 West, Ralph 189 WTieeler, John 201 Wheeler, Kevin W. 143, 179 Whicker, Cheryl E. 221 Whitaker, Mrs. Ralph 166 Whitaker, Sandra 148, 150, 201 Whitaker, Una 142, 147, 150, 221 White, Anna M. 129, 179, 221 White, Karen Lynn 66, 140, 179 White, Pam 57, 128, 129, 134, 142 White, Mr. Randell White, Sam Whittaker, Patricia 179 Whitten, Ginger 134, 148, 189 Widener, Carol 189 Widner, Donna 179 Widner, Paul 110, 221 Widner, Richard A. 110, 189 Wiley, Dallas 116, 143, 144, 179 Wilkerson, Mr. Clarence 135, 156, 160 Wilkenson, Terry David 150, 189 Willett, Cindy Kay 146, 172, 179 Williams, Allen 120, 201 Williams, Mrs. Carolyn 160 Williams, Ernie 179 Williams, Frances Camille 128, 133, 147, 150, 221 Williams, Jerry 189 Williams, John E. 135, 140, 179 Williams, Mrs. M. T. 147, 160 Williams, Stephen W. 97, 151, 221 Williford, Mrs. Ann 160 Willis, Alfred 179 Willis, Deborah L. 146, 179 Willis, Gary 144, 221 Wilson, Charles E. 179 Wilson, Percy E. 179 Wilson, Ricky L. 110, 189 Winters, Mike David 189 Wise, Butch 151, 189 Wise, Lester 127, 201 Wolfe, Doris 201 Wolfe, Jerry 127, 130, 201 Wolfe, Jerry Allen 142, 150, 189 Wood, Howard Ray 86, 189 Woody, Charlotte J. 131, 140, 179 Woody, Dawn 127, 131, 134, 148, 171, 189 Wo rley, David M. 179 Worley, James 189 Worley, Mary J. 131, 189 Worley, Ronnie 130, 221 Worley, Teresa 179 Worley, Vicky 201 Worrell, Mike E. 63, 110, 117, 141, 179 Wright, Betty S. Wright, Denise Kay 146, 189 Wright, Marie M. 133, 179 Wright, Stella 130, 221 Wright, Susie 189 Wygal, Jon H. 189 Y Yarber, Earl 189 York, Pat 84, 137, 145, 195 York, Susanna 179 255 At this point in the VIRGINIAN, the story of the school year has been completed. We have tried to depict in picture the FREEDOM each has had within our school and community. 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