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THE PEER 1969 ALBEMARLE HIGH SCHOOL

ACADEMICS

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA

ACTIVITIES

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VOLUME 16

CLUBS

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SPORTS

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SENIORS

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UNDERCLASSMEN

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ADVERTISEMENTS

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utilizing the individual's talents with the opportunities available ... live to face challenge do not live in a void . . . even if AHS is not your ideal, there are opportunities to be exploited . . . escapism, apathy-the attitude of waste leading only to the individual's loss . . . face the reality of "what is" and work to make it "what can be"

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DEDICATION: MR. WALDO JOHNSON in his class the student's soul finds expression in a manner never dreamed within the soul's capacity . .. he has not only given much to the individual but to the school . . . turning his creative talents to work for the drama club for many others . . we can never express the gratitude due to one who has given so much of h imse lf . ..

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ACADEMICS the teachers . . 1 million forms to fill out tests to grade teas, faculty meetings, club advising, evaluation, committees, free (planning) periods . exposing the innocents to the trials of life .. they pray for a I ittle time left over to teach something to a few persons out of the bored crowd

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THE ADMINISTRATION

Mr. Ben F. Hurt, Principal

Mr. Cole and School Board visit A.H .S.

Mr. Julian King, Assistant Principal

Mrs. M B.S., N Guidon

Mrs. Charlotte Gay

Mrs. Zelda Murray

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Mr. James D. Sledd B.S., M . Ed., University of Virginia Guidance, Assistant Football Coach

Mrs. Virginia Dofflemyer B.S., Longwood College; M. Ed., University of Virginia Director of Guidance

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Mrs. Dina Abell B.S., Madison College; M. Ed. , University of Virginia Guidance

Mrs. Mattie Lee Fornes B.S., N . C. State University; M . Ed ., University of Virginia Guidance

Mrs. Sally Shafer B.S., Boston University Speech Therapist

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Miss Newassa Via, Secretary

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SCIENCE Mr. Ke nneth W. Lindsay M .A. , Uni ve rsity of Alabama Ch em istry

Mrs. Margaret P. Fowler B.S., Madison College; M. Ed., University of Virginia Biology

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Mr . James E. Brinson B.S ., Campbell College Biology

Mrs. Ann M . Roller B.S., Fu rma n University Biology

Mr. David A. Behrens B.S., Madison College Physics, Chemistry, Rad io Club

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Mr. Richard Ergler B.A., St. Vincent College Math Analysis, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, Math Club

MATHEMATICS Mrs. Sue Anglin B.S., Radford College Algebra I, II

Mrs. Virginia Fulcher B.S., Longwood College Geometry, Algebra II , Jr. Red Cross


Miss Courtenay M. Turner A.B ., College of William & Mary; M. Ed., University of Virginia Algebra II, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, Peer

Mrs. Ann Broadus A.B ., Bryn Mawr Coll~ge Algebra II, Geometry, Future Teachers of America

Mrs. Mickey Weatherford B.S. Ed ., Concord College; M.A. , Marshall University Mathematics 10, Algebra I, Tri-Hi-Y

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Mr. William Swan B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Math 10, Algebra II

MATHEMATICS

Jack Mainfort expounds upon the ER(G,UER Constant.

Mrs. Bessie P. Birckhead B.S. Ed., Mary Washington College Math 9, Algebra

LIBRARY STAFF

Mrs. Marjory Goodall B.S. Ed., University of Virginia Librarian, Library Club

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Mr. Ja B.S., C Band,


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Miss Cynthia M . DeSue B.S., Norfo lk State College Voca l Music Education, Chorus, Choir

Mr. James W . Simmons B.S., Concord College; M .Ed ., University o f V irginia Band, Music Appreciation, Band Club

Mr. Waldo E. Johnson B.F.A. , Catholic Universi ty of Ame rica Fine Art, Art Club

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Mrs. Kathleen E. Lynk B.A., Madison College Librarian, Library Club

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Mrs. Mary Lederman B.A., Syracuse University; M. Ed., University of Virginia French Ill , IV, French Club

LANGUAGES Miss Sandra Jo Bolick A.B ., College of William & Mary French I, II, V. Cheerleaders

Mrs. Mary S. Johnson B.A., College of William & Mary; M .A., University of Virginia Spanish II, Ill, Spanish Club

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Mrs. Beverly Hart Jones B.A., Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland French II, Tri-Hi-Y


Mrs. Judith Senkevitch B.S., University of Texas; M.A., Texas Tech . Spanish, French Club

Mrs. Ellen W . Houston A.B ., Mary Baldwin College Latin I, II, Ill, Latin Club

Of course, I'm a "Citizens for Boysenberry Jam" fan.

And this, people, is the tape .

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Mr. R. Ben Turner B.A., M.A., University of Virginia English 12

Mrs. Barbara Faulkner B.A. , Westhampton College English 9, 12, J.V. Cheerleaders

Mrs. Marilyn Fantino B.A., Emory and Henry College English 11, 12, National Honor Society, S.C. A.

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Mrs. Joyce Mason B.A. , Longwood College English 12, Critique Club

ENGLISH

Mrs. E. Marcia Dobbs B.F.A., Droke University Speech, Drama, English 10, Albemarle Players

Miss Elizabeth Sutherland B.S., Madison College; M .A., Columbia University English 11

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Mrs. Koren H. Rovetto B.A. , University of Idaho English 10

ENGLISH

Mr. Z . James Estes, Jr. B.S., M .A., University of Virginia English 10

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Mrs. Katherine E. Hayes B.S., M.A., Sam Houston State College English, Composition

Miss Susan Eileen Shaver B.A., Radford College English 11, Highlight


Mrs. Inez Bowler B.A., Virginia State College English 11

Mrs. Katherine Beckwith B.S., Longwood College English 10, Future Teachers of America

Mrs. Jean Reed A.B ., Earlham College; M .A. , University of Chicago Composition, Debate Club

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Miss Virginia Beard B.S., University of Virginia U.S. Government

Mr. William H. Raines B.S ., M. Ed ., University of Virginia U. S. History, Track, Monogram Club

Mr. Charles Costella B.S., M.A., University of Virginia U.S. Government, Economics, J.V. Football, V. Baseball

Mr. Charles Schneider B.A., M .Ed., University of Virginia U.S . History, World History, J.V. Football, J.V. Basketball, S.C.A.

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Mr. Charles W . Cheape, Ill B.A., University of Virginia U. S. History, Track, S.C.A.

Mrs. Carol Oliver B.A., Mary Washington College U. S. Government

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Mr. Harry E. Null B.S., Hampden Sydney College Driver Train ing , Phys. Ed ., Monogram Club

PHYS ICAL EDUCATION Mr. Albert P. Moore B.S., M .S., North Carol ina Co llege Drive r T raining, Phys . Ed ., Varsity Bas ketball

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Mr. James E. Arbaugh A.A. , Greenbier Military; B.S . Ed ., Uni versity of Virginia Driver Education. V. Football, V. Basketball

Mrs. Donna H. Templeton B.S., Lynchburg College Phys. Ed ., Driver Ed ., G.A.A. , Tennis, J.V . Basketball

Mrs. Phyllis Kovoirlook B.S., Longwood College Phys. Ed ., Driver Train ing , V. Basketball, Softball, G.A.A. Mr. Rolph A. Harr ison, Jr. B.S., Southwest Missouri State; M. Ed., Drury College Phys. Ed., Driver Ed ., V. Football , Golf

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VOCATIONAL TRAINING Mrs. Ruth Updike Registered Nurse, University of Virginia Practical Nursing, Future Nurses' Club

Mr. Howard Collins B.S. ,' M .S., Virginia State College Carpentry

Mr. William H. Johnson B.S., Tuskegee Institute Masonry

Mrs. Dorothy Harraway B.S., Hampton Institute Home Economics, F.H .A.

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Mr. Edwin C . Russell B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Agriculture I, II , II I, IV, Future Farmers of America

Mrs. Louise H . Sullivan B.S., Madison College Home Economics I, II , Future Homemakers of America

Mr. John H. Pleasants B.S., West Virg ini a State College Mechanical Drawing, Woodwork Power Mechanics, Plastics and Metals

Mr. LeRoy Smith B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Drafting, Auto Mechanics

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Mrs. Agnes Anderson B.S., Montreat College Typing I, Record Keeping, FBLA

Mrs. Nina H. Thacker B.S. Ed ., Memphis State Uni ve rsity General Business, Business Procedures, Typing, FBLA

Mr. Darrell C. Gardner B.S., Richmond Professional Institute Distributive Education, DECA

Mrs. Glenann Haythe B.S. Ed., Southwest M issouri State College; M. Ed. , Co llege of William & Mary Office Practice, Vocational Office Training

Mrs. Margaret W. Burruss B.S., Mary Washington College Data Processing, Bookkeeping II


Mrs. Jennette S. Hunt B.A., State Teachers College, Kearney, Nebraska Typing, Business Procedures

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Mr. Joseph Gillenwater B.S., Emory and Henry College; M.S., West Virginia University Industrial Cooperative Training, V.I.C.A. Club

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Mrs. Martha T . Oakhill B.A., Muskingum College Record Keeping, Typing, Bookkeeping I

Of course, we're "Citizens for Boysenberry Jam" fans .

Mrs. Katherine Hancock B.A., Lynchburg College Shorthand, Typing


ACTIVITIES "Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax and Cabbages and 'Queens'" from the year-round routine students find rei ief in the dances, games, extra-curricular activities composing the fun part of Albemarle High School competing with the drudgery of learning but making life just a little more . . . pertinent

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DECA AND JA BRING NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY PROJECTS TO ALBEMARLE

The District l 0 Fall Rally built up the enthusiasm for another outstanding year.

DECA leaders included Mike Tapler, Martha Sartin, Mr. Gardner, Carol Brickey, Barbara Sartin and Bruce W oodie.

Barbara Sartin's enthusiasm is an inspiration to the D. E. members .

Larry Heatwole and Diane Noon lead the J . A. campaign against "all play and no work ."

D. E. student Ted Lederman enjoys his spare time at Homecoming .


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A bunch of SCA members chatted before the work began .

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Sarah White and Scooter Honeycutt organized AHS' s propaganda arm, The Patriot Show.

Albemarle's George Wallace (Richard Maine), Richard Nixon (Bob Edmunds), and Hubert Humphrey (Brett Van de Castle).

Debbie Gibson gained first hand knowledge registering voters.

Candidates eagerly await opportunity to defend their views.

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BONFIRE AND PEP RALLY GENERATE ''PATRIOTISM" IN PREPARATION FOR THE HOMECOMING GAME ...

This is my left hand and . ..

Mum's the word!

"Fire! You're gonna burn!"

Careful, Irving .. .


Our Queen and her father.

Homecom in g Queen Jeannette Southall and Maid of Honor Martha Sartin .

Our friendly French horn player. A member of the Greenwood Gang.

The last of the Murrays? Larry's little brother "Sunshine."

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HOMECOMING COURT

Homecoming Queen-Jeannette Southall

Maid of Honor-Martha Sartin

Jr. Representative-Pot Bonks

Jr. Representative-Janice Morris

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Sr. Representative-Edwina Curry

Sr. Representati ve-Annetta Thompson

Soph . Representative-Esther Wilson

Soph . Representative-Debbie Nightengale

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Peggy and Robert discuss the situation.

''A Walk In The Park"

And you coil thot music?!?

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"But onyone con moke o hon est error. I meon , I'm not perfect."

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Elwood lauds the friendly atmosphere of the ne ighborhood bars.

You may not believe this, but he is o white rabbit . . . And he is six feet tall .

"Duh-you gotta be kiddin'."

is a mythological white rabbit . . "

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HONORS

Girls' State : E. Woodruff, J. Southall

Regional Chorus: R. Bates, E. Hicks, M . Nash, J. Fitzhugh, G. Witcher. Front Row : C. Tharp, D. Moore, M. Fitzgerald, S. Addington, N. Garrison.

Boys' State: B. Pace, S. Yowell

Regional Band: M . Smith, S. Ford, L. Felker, B. Massie, D. Gray, R. Robinson, J . Romer. Second row: S. Yowell, L. Heatwole, J . Sams, G. Jones, B. Thalmann.

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Tog-You're it, Harley!

Seniors prepare to stomp. Ladies, this game is coiled basketball.

You leave that boll alone! It's mine!

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SENIOR - JUNIOR BASKETBALL GIRLS:

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Let's hove a little action!

Referee Pace tosses up a jump ball.

C'mon Susy, this is basketball, not ballet.

Somebody toke this boll!

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JUNIOR CLASS TALENT SHOW

A little extra kick far the talent show.

Auditions.

Pope Paul and the Preachers

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BRIGADOON

Lead playe rs in the spring musical: Front: S. Ford, (Fiona), M. Quinn (Harry) . Second row : S. Yowell (Tommy), P. Wood (Meg), B. House Uean), T. Roberts, (Charlie). Standing : N. Pace (Maggie), I. Pe ters (Jeff) .

Lesser leads: S. Honeycutt, J . Fitzhugh, S. Hall, M . Brown . Second row: P. Paul, T . Lederman, S. Addington .

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Directors : Lights, Gary Grim; Chorus, Miss DeSue; Head Director, Mrs. Dobbs; Art, Mr. Johnson .

Chorus. First row : J . Grinde, S. Honeycutt, Y. Heingraj. Second row: A. Beverly, C. Simmons. Third row : N. Davenport, S. Smith, M. Wetsel, C. Fowler, B. Owen, B. McVey.


STUDENT GOVERNMENT

School Board: J. Ridley, H. Shotwell, J. Warren, Y. Heingroj, A. Thompson .

Candidates of Student Reform Movement.

Becky Quinn previews coming events.

Planning Commission : J . Gerow, G. Beasley, S. Murray, B. Morillo .

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Bd . of Supervisors: B. Von de Castle, B. Garnett, J . Southall, P. Rennie, L. Barnes, L. Murray.

Student Progressive Party candidates .

Commonwealth's Attorney: J . Andrews, County Clerk: W . Howard, Sheriff: R. Bates.

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National Honor Society, first row: S. Sheffield, D. Tomlin , A. Carr, A. Beverly, B. Massie, J. Morris, B. LeClaire . seco nd row: J . Bradbury, Sec.Treasurer; P. Rennie, S. Ford, P. Lowry, J. Southall, C. Martin , B. Carr, President; E. Woodruff. th ird row: B. Owen, R. Solley, L. Heatwole, W. Howard, C. Reynolds , L. Barnes, B. Edmunds, G. J ones, B. Garnett, Vice-President; H. Easter, Reporter.

National Honor Society a name on a card, a point for the record, acknowledgement for being more than a second-hander

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J eane tte-Da rby-Ka ren.

knee ling : B. Garn et t, H. Grimes. first row: B. Carr, P. Brawn, D. Booke r, K. Viar, D. Pace, H. Shotwe ll , P. Ril ey, M . J a egar. second raw: N. Ma rrow, M. Caperton, J. Harri s, K. Respess, S. Forte r, P. Ha rris, C. Cr is pe ll , D. Casteen .

kneeling: P. Paul , I. Pete rs. stand ing : B. Hera ld, J . So uthall , C. Arnette, G. McDe rm itt, C. Jac kson.

first row : S. Shiffl ett, A. Carr, B. He ro ld, P. Renni e . second row: C. Reynolds, M. Quinn, A. Thompson, C. Thoma s, P. Kyser. top: J. Morri s, P. Paul.


SCA

that government which governs least governs best

first row: S. Walker, B. Dunlop, J. Gorletts, S. Sewe ll , D. Sandridge, M . Pool. second row: J . Watson, D. Wilcox, J. M or ri s, C. Yo ung , C. Dovi s.

first row: A. Lo rd, E. Curry, K. Armentro ut. second row: D. Phillips, A. Levenson, H. Honey. third row: N . Strother, T. J ones, S. Murray. fourth row: G. McDermitt, S. Yowell, S. Wilcox, H. Craddock, T . McG raw .

Becky Massie . . . SCA President.

kneeling: H. Ea ster, B. Cross, B. Edmu nds . sitting: B. Moore, B. Goodwin, C. Moore, L. Fari sh, D. Tom lin, S. Sheffield.

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Tri-Hi-Y, first row: D. Sandridge, N . Garrison , President; D. Booker, J . H arris, J . Morris. second row : N. Pruett, S. Norford, P. Paine, E. Pugh, B.

Woodson, K. Pollard, N. Pace, B. Whitcomb, M. Miller, D. Drumheller. third row : K. Ford, S. Cro nemeyer, C. Martin , C. Young, L. Daidone, B. Wilkinson , L. Baber, P. Wheeler, L. Ritterhouse. fourth row: C. Allen , P . Easton, P. Manley, V. Godsey, L. Garth, L. Craig, M . Abbott, S. Baldwyn, C. Solley, D. J ones.

Tri-Hi-Y a remnant of the Christian United States . . . striving for fellowship and values . . .

Representative of all Tri-Hi-Y girls.


Key Club

limiting themselves to a select membership they limit their progress and their value but . . . service must start somewhere

Key Club, first row: D. Webster, P. Keyser, President; T . Sanborn, G. Beasley,. J. Southall, I. Peters, B. Pace, B. Bascom. second row : D. Birkhead, H. Owen, S. Wilcox, M. Harrison, L. Barnes, Secretary; G. McDermott, Reparter; C. Page, M. Fis her, T. Lanahan, S. Yowell, Treasurer; G. Carr. third row: D. Tucker, J. Andrew s, P. Titus, G. Jones, J . Pitts, T . Smith, G. Marshall, C. Chafin. not pictured: B. Horrocks, VicePresident; F. Doherty, Sergeant at Arms .

Hi , I'm a " Citizens for Boysenberry Jam" fan .


4-H Club production by combining the physical with the mentalrecapturing the roots of America thru clean American living . . .

Art Club art . . . that which is permanent in life- must be created . . . the ta Ients of Albemarle's artists seek improvement in order to create

4-H Club, kneeling: S. Elliton, G. Hoover, K. Jones, P. Mawyer, J . Farish, President; C. Mawyer, B. Hash, M. Farl ey. standing : P. Morris, B. Pollord, J. Gro ves, S. Hall , J. Farley, D. Moore, R. Walker, M. Wood.

Art Club, first row : G. Dammen, D. Milton, L. Rittenhouse, B. House, Sec.-Treasurer; S. Payne, Vice-President; D. Dempsey, J . Owen, S. Patterson. second row: D. Leake, N. Miller, J . Kunin, J . Murra y, S. Ryalls, L. Burton, President; M . Williams, V. Kelly, B. Peitsch, P. Abbott, B. Robbins, B. Woodson, C. Roberts, B. Whitcomb, J . Zeigler, S. Boyle, S. Berthold, B. Mevey, F. Saunders, L. Owens, J . Richardson, L. Loving, C. Cook, M. Walker, J . Wood, P. Tubbs, L. Ingalls, S. Lee .


Bond Club, first row: R. Robinson, S. Sewe ll , Treasurer; V. Patt e rson, D. Tomlin , Secretory; S. Ford , Vice-President; S. Yowell , President; J . Brad bury, G. Cohen, C. Bail ey, B. Po ll ock, B. Toms, J . Rainey. second row: C. Gentry, P. Craddock, D. Wilcox, J . Soms, B. Greg , J . Cotton, B. Herring , G. Ha ynes, C. Barnett, R. J ones. Third row : P. Wi lliams, M. Smith, S. Kindrick, P. Geiger, R. Gutherie, P. Pa u l, Reporter; C. Lowry, D. Samse l! , B. J ohn son.

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Bond, Flutes: J . Bradbury, J . Soms, S. Sewell, N. Napi er, J. Wright, C. Low ry, S. Jess up. Oboe : C. Robinson . Bassoon: T. Romer . Bb Clarinets: R. Massie, H. Easter, L. Heatwole, S. Ford, L. Fe lk er, D. T omlin, R. Moine, C. Solley, G. Wesne r, D. Wilcox, P. Bon ks, V. Patterson, B. Tom s, C. Conrad, J. Cra ig, J . Pitts, A. Kousloric h, S. He rr ing. Alto Clarinets : J. Cotton , S. Kind ric k. Bass Clarinets: B. Tha lma nn , J . Dav ison . Alto Saxophones: C. T. Bailey, B. Massie, D. Booke r, B. Gregg . Tenor Saxophones: R. Pol lock, B. Hor rocks . Baritone Saxophone : W . Gentry. French Horns: J . Romer, C. Chafin, B. Johnson, D. Hu rlburt. Cornets-Trumpets: S. Yowell, G. Jones, R. Boppe rt, W . Honeycutt, G. Haynes, R. Guthrie, G. Easter, D. Peterson, C. Preddy, J . Rainey, C. Barnett, D. Da vis, D. Samsel!. Trombones: P. Geiger, P. Paul, M . Smith, R. M orri s, D. Williams, D. Reid. Baritone: J. Henley. Brass Bosses : V. Kirby, G. Cohen . String B0 ss : S. Abbott. Percussion: D. Gra y, P. Titus, W . Brown, E. Be rry, J . Sonner, B. Crun k, M. Bow mar, W . Craddock.

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Choir, first row: L. Robinson, C. Fowler, S. Addington, S. Schultz, P. Wood , R. Fitc h, E. Douglas, E. Nolley, R. Bates, F. Th ompson, M. Fitzgerald, J. Grinde, J . Hugh son, K. Respess, Mi ss DeSue. second row: E. Nash, D. Musgrove, A. Wal ler, S. Hall , L. Ha ll , J. Bryant, J. Gibson, B. Moubray, D. Moore, J. Fitzhugh, N . Sandridge, B. La mb, E. Butler, J. Sams. third row: M. Henderso n, L. Nash, G. Witcher, R. Chapman, K. Jones, S. Mills, M . Wetzel , N. Garrison , H. Mills. fo urth row: D. Nelson, L. Walker, L. Jackson, B. Tyler, B. Adams, E. Hi cks, D. Mallory, M . Nash , T. Tyler, E. Coles, B. Jackson.

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Thespians Pledges, first row: B. Eastwood, second row: S. Moore, S. Addington, E. Woodruff. third row: B. Dulaney, M . Hole, D. Dowe ll. fourth row: P. Poul, C. Clarke.

successful plays, musicals fi rstn ightscastpa rti es little or no recognition for those who do the most work . . . those behind the scenes Thespians, first row: K. Respess, M. Brown, G. Grimm, J . Kane, R. Judge . second raw : A. Beverley, S. Yowell, S. Ford, J. Fitzhugh, N. Critzer, Mrs. Dobbs, Sponsor. third row : S. Hall, A. Katozomi, S. Honeycutt, N. Garrison, T. Kane .

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Junior Red Cross, members: C. Welsh, S. W ood, President; R. Woodie, I. C. C. Representative; J. Sprouse, G. Dameron, B. Sandridge, J. Richardson , R. Morris, J. Richardson, R. Morris, W . McDaniel , A. Hill , L. Harris, D. Kirby, J. Goode, L. Herring, S. Via , L. Tyler, A. Logan, D. Jones, S. Jones, B. Maupin, D. Quarles, L. Totty, M. Jones, Sec-Treasurer; C. Smith, Reporter.

The Junior Red Cross at work?

Junior Red Cross evidence of an altruistic society . seeking a better world thru sacrifice, sacrificing their time to help the community the nation . the world . . .

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Distributive Education Clubs of America

tycoons of the future DECA . .. birthplace of business and finance

D.E.C.A., first row : P. Dudley, P. Harris, J . Hughes, V. Goode, W. Sours, Treasurer; L. Gibson, Secretary; S. Campbell . second raw : D. Janes, C. Critzer, P. Valentine, D.E.I. Representative; L. Morris, L. Detamore, R. Harris. th ird row: Mr. Gardner, Sponsor; S. Jones, V. Winston, L. Burton, E. Holland, B. Moubray, P. Farrish, S. Gibson, V. Cubbage, J . Mauer, S. Payne. fourth row: J . Wh ite, Second Vice-President; M. Howard, H. Morris, Parliamentarian; G. DiBaisi, W . Wood, K. Hoy, C. Davi s, T . Lede rman, Reporter; J . Kane, B. Powell, W . Mawyer, W . Viar. not pictured : Martha Sartin, President; Cathy McGraw, First Vice-President.

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VICA leaving the chrysalis of high school entering into job reality

V.I.C.A., first row: Defiba !Jg h, A. Hill , row: L. Cowe n, D. f ifth row : T . Rush,

FBLA

C. Lewis, Mr. Gill enwater, Sponsor; R. Durette, T . Stovall , N. Turner. second row: R. P. Spencer, R. Shifflett, C. Da vis, D. Spencer, C. Thompson, D. McGee, D. Smith . third Humphrey, S. Trunzo .. fourth row: B. Sensabaugh, A. McAllister, R. Morris,. President. L. Sch ifflett, M. Breeden. sixth row : J. Brochu , V. Jones, A. Smith, J. Brac kett.

projecting women into the business world progressive, competent business leadership executive

FBLA . preparing as either secretary or

F.B.L.A., first row: M. Brackett, Reporter; J . Sudduth, J . Breeden , L. Na sh, B. Walton, J . Montgomery, R. Ch ildress, G. Batton, D. Brinkley, W. Da vis, President. secon d row: S. Via, Historian; A. Shifflett, Vice-President; B. Clements, A. Hunt, F. Jenkins, L. Massie, P. Cummings, L. Robertson . B. Sandridge, G. Dam eron, Mrs . Anderson, Sponsor; V. Smith, Treasurer; E. Batten, Secretary; L. Beach . ICC Representative.

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Pep Club, first row: M. Caperton, C. Salley, K. Owen, M . Abbott, S. Perrin, Vice-President; B. Vascott, President; D. Leake, B. Pietsch, K. Nottingham, J. Foust. second row: L. Dillard, L. Sewell, S. Reibmon , L. Garth, B. Whitcomb, N. Pace, K. Armentrout, S. Prescott, P. Dulaney, J. Bowen, D. McGraw, L. Benshoff. third row: P. Paul , N. Sheffield, B. Edmunds, P. Walker, S. Sewell , K. Pollard, B. Harold, S. Howell, T . Jones, P. Shifflett, S. Martin, L. Rittenhouse, S. Garnett, L. Craig, L. Daidone, S. Wakley, Sec-Treasurer. nat pictured : R. Pascoe, I.C.C. Representative.

Pep Club Go . . . Fight . Win a small core of enthusiasm in a lackadaisical crowd

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G.A.A., fir st row: J . Grind e, Treasurer; D. Ph illips, President. se cond row : M. Fitzgerald, Reporter; A. Lo rd, A. Levenso n, I.C.C. Representative; K. We sne r, Vice-President; C. Coope r, Secretary; Mrs. Ka vairl ook, Sponsor; Mrs. T empl eton, Sponsor. third row : M. Grim es, B. Herold, R. Martin , P. Lingl e, K. Umden stock, E. Curry, V . Howard, P. Louderba ck . fo urth row: L. Bryant, A. Lam, D. La yne . fifth row: M . Baker, R. Toms, T . W ood, J. Ge rard, D. Ol iver. si xth row : C. Re a , S. Wa ke ly, S. Pe rrin . seve nth row : J . Marks, M. McCormick , S. Abbott, L. Farrish .

GAA forming an athlete both feminine and fit girls achieved a high degree of skill

What happens when you mi x GAA and bubblegum?

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Monogram the lettered people stamped in their particular field .. but often fa IIi ng short of greatness

The Monogram Club ma ki ng money.

Monogram C1ub, top: P. Renn ie, G. Bea sley, L. Murray, T . Sa nborn, T . Toms, W . Brown, R. Laymon, S. Cla rk. second row: F. Doughe rty, D. Smith, A. Bragg, R. Fields. th ird row : D. Snowberger, B. Floyd, C. C haff in, Ted Abbott, L. Kent, C. Page. fourth row: G. Carr, T. McGraw, J . Sanfo rd, B. Pace, H. Easte r. f ifth row : B. Tyl er, P. Kyser, I. Peters, S. Peters, L. Ba rnes.

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Latin

threats of extinction do not halt the progress of the little Caesars Math

figures in debt, Greek symbols, infinity . . . to tackle such obscurities -a praiseworthy feat, to succeed -a phenomenon

Latin, first row: J . Sonner, J . Hen ley, W . Lomb. second row: G. Lowe, M . Daughtery, K. Luc k, I.C.C. Representative; S. Milius, G. Easte r. third row: S. Rhodes, VicePresident; R. Pascoe, Secretary-Treasurer; S. Cronemeye r, President; C. Bail ey.

Math, standing: Mr. Ergler, Sponsor. knee lin g : J. Andrews, President; b. Peterson, I.C.C. Representative; C. Crenshaw, D. Brookshire, B. John son, J . Morris, E. Juul-Nielsen, Secretary-Treasurer; T . Abbot t, B. Pace, Program Chairman; J. Ward, J . Mainfort .

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French Club speakers . . . films . . . projects .. filling the thirty minutes many only doing French homework for 6th period and somehow failing to co ptu re today' s Gaul

French I and II, knee lin g : L. Benshoff . L. Terrill , Y. Dur rer, D. J ones, S. M ill er, S. Christmas, S. J essup, J . Be lew, L. Cason. second row: P. Manl ey, K. Pol lard, P. Ea ston, L. Da idone, S. Spicer, B. Wi lke rson, S. Prescott , J . Creasey, D. Noon , M . Barksdale, E. W oodruff . third raw: C. Swisher, A. Shutz, B. Whee le r, M . Miller, L. Dillard, L. Sewel l. fourt h row: B. Kirtley, C. Solley, Vice-President; C. Burnett, D. Frieda , P. Sh ifflet, Secretary; J. Meulle r. fift h row : J. Harris, J. Pull en, President; W. Cohen. not pictured : B. Morton, Treasurer.

French Ill and IV, first row : S. Pete rs, Secretmy, L. Barnes, President; B. Berot, D. McGraw, C. Cooper, S. Pugh, Program Chairman; M. Lea ke, B. LaClai r, B. Dulaney, A. Katayma. second row : R. Salley, R. Fie lds, K. Street, Treasurer; Y. Godsey, B. Eastwood, C. Martin, Mrs. Lederman, Sponsor; L. Kent, S. Tuc ker. not pictured : F. Sm ith, Vice-President; M . Dic kens, I.C.C Representative.

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Spanish, fir st row : C. Moyer, J . Levenson, N. Mitch e ll , J . Munson, I.C.C. Representative; 5. Chapman . second row : H. M itch ell , J. Bryant, 5. Mahan es, D. Dowell, A. Beverley, C. Ma wye r, D. Drumhelle r, M. B. McVey, Secretary-Treasurer. third row: H. McCauley, 5. Ford, President; fou rth row : T . Romer, Vice-President; H. Ownby, P. Harri s, J. Je row, J . Alexander, C. Conrad, 5. Martin, C. Juui-Ni elsen, D. Birckhea d, R. Magnuson . not pictured: 5. Samsell, Reporter.

Spanish Club struggling with the intricacies of a language spoken everyday by thousands of I ittle Spanish children Shelley Ford- Spanish Cl ub President

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F.T.A., first row: J. Roach, S. Pugh, S. Whitney, M. Blocker, R. Matysek. second row : Mrs. Broaddus, Sponsor; N. Bryant, A. Thompson , D. Payne, L. Cason, Mrs. Beckwith, Sponsor. third row: B. Johnson, C. Moon, I.C.C. Representative; C. Davis, Treasurer; B. Massie, Secretary; B. Chisholm, J . Gartletts, P. Kieger, H. Haney, S. Wright, E. Butler. not pictured: K. Luck, President.

Library Club, first row : B. Jarvis, R. Eubank, D. Mol oney, S. Benton, D. Quarrels, J . Brochu, I.C.C. Representative. second row: L. Morris, R. Chi ldress, C. Crowell, President; B. Piccardo, SecretaryTreasurer; C. Price, P. Cason, Mrs. Goodall, Sponsor; A. Drumheller, P. Hensley, A. Hensley, Reporter; Mrs. Lynk, Sponsor. not pictured : K. Wood, Vice-President.

FTA speaker's ideas falling on the ears of a future generation of educators .. preparing them to prepare others

Library Club the directors . . . to a hidden wealth of knowledge

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Chess Club a hand movmg a pawn a mind moving a hand requiring strict concentration . and deep thought to be good

Sophomore Chess Club, first row: J . Meuller. second row: M . Copelan, C. Clarke. third row: F. Ward, R. Maupin, S. Charters, B. Marrow, B. Carter, G. Tive ndale.

Senior Chess Club, first row: L. Heatwo le, President; J . Sandfo rd , B. Ba scom, T . Smith, B. Ho rrocks, I.C.C. Representative; C. Manson, B. Floyd . second row : R. Barbour, W . Howard, D. Ma rr is, J . Rid ley, Reporter; T. Lede rman , C. Clark, A. Showe rs, B. Sesso ms, J. Smith, Bill Honeycutt. third row: A. Carrol l, B. Vascott, D. Tuc ker; L. Va n de Cast le, D. Gray, B. Shirey, P. McCue, J . Carroll , P. Beazel. fourth row : T. Jenkins, G. Wesner, B. Bond, P. Batten, D. Williams, A. Strong, K. Brezenski, B. Hahn, K. Hieshman, K. Hvatum. not pictured : J . Pitts, Vice-President; R. Maine, Secretary-Treasurer.

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Debate Club

masters of the rhetorical art of persuasion

Radio Club

the Iittle transistors, the tubular antennas, the mystery of producing WBZ for thousands of students Debate Club, first row : R. Maine, Treasurer; D. Peterson, E. Bralley, L. Terrell, G. Burnett. second row: J . Romer, C. J uui-Ni else n , R. Magnuson, M. Smith, M. Ashby, T. Jenkins. third row: T. Romer, M. Quinn, President; E. Nalley, Captain; J . Pullen . not pictured : L. Little, Secretary.

Radio Club, M . Lowden, C. Jackson, Vice-President; W . Roller, I.C.C. Representative; J . Ward , President; T . Jenkins, Mr. S. Charters, E. Roseberry, T . Bozell. not pictured : B. Tha lman, Sec-Treasurer.

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Behrens, Sponsor;


Nursing Club mankind's women in white interest in others' welfare . not only their own

Nursing Club, le ft to right: P. Blakey, H. Mill s, M . Gibson, L. Zirk le , Vice-President; D. De Mas te rs, Pres'dent; Mrs. Updike, Sponsor; B. Sh iff lett, Secretory-Treasurer. no t pi ctu red: L. Ro be rtson, Reporter; K. Rcades, Chaplain; B. Martin , I.C.C. Representative.

Nursing Club, fir st row: G. Banton, P. Goode, M . Be rry, M . Scott. seco nd row: L. Ma ss ie, B. Garri son, S. Da vison, D. Gibson, L. Shifflett, D. Nightingal e, M. Brow n, B. Mo rris . third row : L. Thurston, L. Turn e r, S. Mill e r, L. Gibson, D. Bobe r.

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F.H.A., officers: B. Smith, President; V . Cubbage, Vice-President; J. Warren, Secretary; P. Lam, Treasurer; G. Kirby, Reporter; B. Shifflett, Historian; Mrs. Horro wo y, Mrs. Sulli van , Sponsors. Members: D. Anderson, F. Anderson , N. Bober, A. Berry, M. Boker, B. Brock, P. Bla key, Barbaro Brown, Brenda Brown, M. Brown, T . Burton, B. Butler, 0. Brown, L. Campbel l, P. Carr, C. Col lin s, E. Craig , B. Da vis, C. Da vis, J . Da vis, D. DeMasters, E. Butler, H . Douglas, A. Drumheller, P. Farri sh, B. Garrison, D. Garrison, S. Gianniny, J. Gibson, L. Gibson, J. Go lde n, J . Goode, J . Gray, V. Hann e r, B. Ha sh, M. Henderson, G. Herndon, L. Howe ll , B. Jac kson, P. John son, D. J ones, J . Jones, S. J ones, Sondra Kennedy, Susan Kennedy, L. Lee, A. Luck, B. Luck, P. McDaniels, B. Ma rtin , C. Mawyer, H. Mill s, P. M a nto, V. Moon , N. Moo re, P. Moo re, B. M a rri s, Betty Mo rris, J . Raines, S. Ro y, B. Rice , K. Ritte r, G. Robe rts, B. Sandridge, R. Sa pin, C. Scott, B. Shifflett, Che ri Shifflett, Co nnie Shifflett, G. Shifflett, K. Shifflett, Karen Shifflett, E. Smith, D. Sullivan, D. Ta ylo r, P. Ta ylo r, J . Th oma s, L. Thurston, L. Tyler, R. Wal ke r, L. Webb, A. Walker, B. White , E. Wright.

Interesting Christmas decorations by the FHA.

FHA sewing cooking from scratch, learning how to successfully become tomorrow's mothers and housewives


Critique, kneeling: A. Acree. second row : E. Woodruff, A. Askew, F. Robinson. third row : J . Carroll, E. Juui-Nielson, L. McGilvery, B. Owen, Program Chairman; S. Tucker. fourth row : M . B. McVey, J . McCaule y, S. Sheffield, B. LaClair, Treasurer; J . Andrews, B. Van de Ca st le, I.C .C. Representative. not pictured : Hunter Owens, Chairman.

Critique critics of the society, eternal discussions of intangibles words . . . words

Hunter Owens . . . Chairman .


Future Farmers of America expected to produce for a ballooning population even while their resources are shrinking

F.F.A. f irst row : T. Bishop, I.C .C. Representative; G. Ward , Treasurer; D. Shifflett, Vice President; J. Dudley, President; J. Luca s, Secretary; C. Miller, Reporter; C. Brown, Sentinel. second row: Mr. Russe ll , Sponsor; R. Harl ow, J . Albert, A. Scott, D. Fi elds, Q. Harrison, W . Wood . third row : T . Spradlin, S. Goss, S. Mahone, M. Hughes, J. Leake, J . Herring , D. Coleman, R. Wilbur, W . Moon. fourth row: D. Brockett, S. Burnum, J. Farley, M . Mawye r, J . Brown, P. Bryant, D. Morris, E. Raines, P. Tate, B. Dunnivan, B. Blackford, J . Shifflet, D. Ta ylo r, S. Thurston.

Bible, kneeling: G. Pace, W . Drumheller, P. Smith, G. Scott, J . Jackson . second row: P. Spicer, M . Miller, N. Bryant, C. Thompson, J. Howard , V. Howard, C. Crowell, E. Cur ry, A . Douglas . not pictured: Ern est Hicks, President.

Bible Club a serious subject, difficult to interpret and to understand


Hi-Y devoted to .. Clean speech Clean sportsmanship Clean scholarship Clean living

Roy Salley . . . Hi-Y President

Hi-Y, first row : L. Heatwole, Secretary-Treasurer; R. Bates, monds, I.C.C. Representative; bough, B. Bond, J . Alexander,

Hi-Y Council Representative; B. Shirey, B. Thomas, B. Horrocks, T. Lanahan, Choploin; B. Bascom, H. Easter, Vice-President; M . Harrison, J . Garnett. second row: D. Webster, C. Reynolds, D. Birckhead, B. Pruett, B. EdS. Wilcox, Reporter; R. Miller, D. McGraw . third row: Roy Salley, President; B. Garnett, P. Botten, B. LushS. McCauley, J . Riddley.

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Highlight bringing out discrepancies, seeking out Truth-Fantasy But will it pass the Censors?

Miss Sha ve r, Sponsor. fir st row : J . Ridley, J . Southall , M . Quinn, B. Garnett, P. W ood, J. Warren. second row: S. Mil ius, B. La Cla ir, K. Wesner.

1ster, Edushfirst row: H. Grimes, L. Mur ray, L. Kent, J. Garletts, M. McCormick, H. Haney.

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second row: J . Morris, I. Roach, P. Lohr.


Editors, C. Reynolds, Sports; C. Martin, Seniors; S. Sheffield, Activities. second row : K. Luck, Business Manager; E. Woodruff, Copy; B. Owen, Editor; P. Lowry, Clubs; L. Farish , Underclassmen; B. Vascott, Photography.

Bettie Owen, Editor.

Miss Turner, Sponsor.

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I si ttin g : E. Juu i-N ielsen, Miss Turner, F. Smith, S. Sheffield. back row: G. Ja nes, C. Reynolds, S. Wilcox, L. Bea ch, P. Kyge r, N. Garrison, C. Cook, D. Phill ips, A. Lord, D. Booke r, J . Marks. not pictured : C. Rea, M. Barksda le, B. Ordell.


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SPORTS the mind and body of the individual coordinating with the minds and bodies of the team Physical prowess. making school a place for education of not merely the mind .. many athletes outside of the limelight putting forth the same amount of effort but even the 1st team is unrecognized except in victory ...

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Coaches: A. P. Moore, Jim Sledd, Stan Kemp, Jim Arbaugh, Head Coach-Ralph Harrison .

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Centers : N . Strother, T . Sanborn, E. Leake .

Bill Tyler returns an interception .

Offensive Ends : R. Massie, B. Coleman, L. Kent, W . White, T . Lanahan, E. Perry.

Running Backs: N . Wright, B. Tyler, J . Sprouse, S. Murray, S. Clark, G. Beasley, P. Zoulis.

Nat Wright even outruns the referee.


Tackles : J . Albert, B. Crunk, N. Garland, H. Easter, B. Pruett.

Bobby Coleman grabs a long one.

The Albemarle Defense rises to the occasion .

Lorry Murray runs bock on intercepted pass.

Defensive Ends : S. Pruett, T . Smith, D. Yates, M. Fisher.

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Defensive Backs : Front row: S. Peters, G. Marshall, P. Keyser, L. Murray. Back raw: L. Ragland, E. Knight, R. Bates, T . Tyler.

Guards: C. Winter, I. Peters, E. Hicks, G. Jones, C. McDiarmid, T. McGraw, B. Van de Castle .

The Albemarle Backfield takes in some words of wisdom .

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J.V. FOOTBALL

Well, I'm certainly not!

Who says I'm for non-violence?

First row: P. Craddock, L. Carr, P. Harris, G. Lowe, J. Holmes, T. Sanner, R. Fitch, L. Jackson, B. Marilla, 0 . Kerns. Second row: J. Watson, C. Wright, J . Henderson, M. Ashby, T . Bishop, J. Mueller, B. Lewis, B. Brown, E. Bates, 0. Bates. Third row : K. Minton, R. Bates, T. Thompson, S. Thomas, E. Bronson, S. Kennedy, M. Smith, B. Adams, B. Morrow. Managers: Drew Maloney, Randy Polson. Coaches: Charles Costello, Charles Schneider.

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Coa c h Kovoi rlook

C. R. does her thing .

From left to ri ght: E. Egeland, R. Mo rtin, K. Wesne r, B. Owen, D. Ph ill ips, N. Ga rr ison, Manager; L. Fari sh, Captain; E. Curry, C. Reo, Captain; S. Pe rrin, Manager; K. Umbdenstock, J . Ma rks, B. Massie, S. Abbot t.

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Our coach, Mrs. Templeton

Left to right: M . Fitzgerald, J . Grinde, L. Bryant, M . Abbott, C . Lowry, M . Grimes, P. Walker, A. Lam, P. Lingle, P. Louderback, M. Boker. Captains : A. Lord, B. Harrold .

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G.A.A. CHEERLEADERS Pat Dulaney Julie Gerord Nancy Napier Debbie Oliver Nancy Sheffield Barbara Shifflett

A little louder???

Weee've got spirit!

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Soccer Has A Winning First Season

The Mushroom arr ives!

Brother! Faster than a speed ing soccer boll.

The defense tripped up many opponents .

Coach LeRoy Smith and Manager Wayne Rol ler.

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I Chick per fects hi s style .

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Two moy be company, but four is a crowd!

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First raw: R. Miller, D. Wilcox, D. Brookshire, J . Ismay, W . Sm ith, G.Curme, T . Zimmerman, J . Ha wkins, Mr. Smith. Back row: W. Roller, D. Wells, S. Martin, D. Wright, D. Reid , B. Ordell , B. Ea stwood, B. Ki rtl ey, S. Wilcox, S. Yowell , S. Rya ll s. not pic tured : S. Charters, J . Sanner, C. Juui-Niel se n, D. Samsel l, C. Adams, J . Coope r, R. Magnuson, T . Lederman, J . Fitzhugh .

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Cross Country 7-1

State Champion:

Randy Fi elds

Coach William Raines

Front raw : Allan Bragg, Billy Pace, J oh n Andrews, Mike Harr ison, Lindsa y Barnes, Coach Raines, Randy Fi elds. Back row: Brett Van de Castle, John Pitts, Curt Reynolds, Jamie Benshaff, Manager Bill Floyd.

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JV Cheerleaders

Nan Pace, Trin kle Janes

Co- Head-Con ni e Cri spel l

Head-Judy Cleveland

Kathy Armentrout, Pam Shifflet

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VARSITY BASKETBALL Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle

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George Carr puts it up for two.

Hey, which basket are yau shooting for, Mike?

Coach Moore gives the guys a new strategy.


AI Crenshaw dr ives past a Leeman .

Billy Pace shows perfection of farm.

Kind of a big basket, huh George?

Nat Wright puts it over an opponent.

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Coach Schneider talks to his starting five.

Osvalds goes up for two.

Kneeling : Steve Murray, Bill Brown, Harold Jackson, V. Osvalds, Randy Polson, Tim Corbett, Jimmy Garnett, Bryan Carter. Standing : George Bell, Noland Saylor, Eric Barbour, John Watson, Ernie Bronson, Nelson Strother, Paul Tucker, Don Reid.

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Nelson Strother shoots from within a crowd.

All eyes are on the basket.

V. Osvalds shoots from under the opposition.

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TRACK

Head Coach: William Raines.

Managers: Bill Floyd, Bill Howard, Richard Bates.

Assistant Coaches: Mr. Schneider, Mr. Cheape, Mr. King .

Lindsay and Sidney pull a close one.


Shot put : Kneeling : L. Van de Castle, H. Easter, B. Crunk, E. Hicks . Standing : N. Strother, B. Van de Castle, B. Adams, T. McGraw, J. Albert.

Dwight gets high for the broad jump.

Don't break it, Billy!

Discus: Kneeling : N. Strother, B. Crunk, B. Pruett, P. Harris, E. Hicks. Standing : D. Reid,

L. Van de Castle, H. Easter, B. Van de Castle, B. Adams, T. McGraw, J. Albert.

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Harrisonburg Culpeper Amherst Handley Relay R. E. Lee Nelson Waynesboro Buena Vista Relay Buena Vista Albemarle Relay James Wood Relay


Distance Men : C. Reynolds, J. Andrews, L. Barnes, L. Oder.

Sprinters: Kneeling : L. Ragland, R. Bates, B. Morillo, C. Roberts. Standing : K. Minton, C. Chafin, A. Bragg, L. Barnes.

Lindsay gets o good exchange.

Hurdlers: Kneeling: J . Sherwood, D. Deane. Standing : G. Carr, G. Cohen, T. Abbott, B. Pace.

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Pole Vaulters : Kneeling: J. Holmes, J. Sonner, T . Sonner. Standing : D. Peter路 son, C. Roberts, B. Pace.

George cleors anoth er hurdle in his track career.

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Jumpers: J . Pitts, D. Reid, R. Bates, L. Bornes, T . Abbott.

Harley puts it to 'em.


VARSITY BASEBALL Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle

Nelson County Waynesboro Harr isonburg Buena Vista Fork Union Nelson County Harrisonburg R. E. Lee Amherst Natural Bridge Waynesboro Lane Buena Vista R. E. Lee Lexington Amherst Lane

John Watson, Bruce Thoma s, Coach Arba ugh, Tommy Bishop, Coach Coste llo.

Pitchers: Front row: Charles Page, Wayne Brown, Pete Keyser. Bock row : Pa ul Geiger, Tommy Toms, Steve Cla rk. Missi ng : Frank Doherty.

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Catchers: Tom McGraw, Steve Clark .

Safe in a cloud of dust .

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Returning Underclassmen : Front row: David Durham, Mike Harr ison, Larry Kent. Missing: Fronk Doherty.

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Back row: Tommy Grimes, Glenn Easter, Tom McGraw


Infielders: Front row: Mike Harrison, Lorry Kent, Steve Clark. Back row: Tommy Grimes, Tom McGraw, Pete Keyser, Glenn Easter.

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..... Newcomers: Front: R. Polson, Tommy Bishop, Roy Massie, John Watson. Bock : Tommy Terell, Bruce Strickler, Bruce Thomas.

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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS

Co-head:

Martha Sartin

Kneeling: Kay Respess, Joyce Bradbury, Peggy Lowry, Cyndy Martin, Martha Sartin, Karen Leake. Standing : Jeannette Southall, Monte Jane Poole, Bette House, Karen Viar

Cyndy Martin

Peggy Lowry

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They attempt the impossible .

Head:

Jeannette Southall

Sponsor:

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Miss Bolick

Joyce Bradbury


GIRLS' SOFTBALL

Kneeling : D. Oliver, B. Shifflett, S. Abbott, M. Grimes, B. Herald, E. Curry, V. Howard, D. Brown . Standing : M. Jones, S. Jones, D. Pace, P. Louderback, K. Owens, P. Walker, L. Bryant, M. Baker.

Cooch : Mrs. Kavairlook.

Becky Herald gets to first base.

Bowling anyone?

Strike one!

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William Monroe Culpeper Wilson Memorial Nelson County Culpeper Nelson County William Monroe Wilson Memorial

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GIRLS' TENNIS

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Kneeling: Judy Faust, Connie Crispell, Joyce Bradbury. Standing: Pat Lingle, Vicky Durrer, Beth Dickie, Flub Smith, Beccy Carr.

Coach : Mrs. Templeton .

Here it comes, Connie.

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Beccy Carr practices her serve.

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Wilson Memorial E. C. Glass Fairfax Hall R. E. Lee Harrisonburg Harrisonburg R. E. Lee Wilson Memorial Fairfax Hall


GOLF

Coach Ralph Harrison.

Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle

Fork Union Harrisonburg Waynesboro Lexington Harrisonburg Lee-Waynesboro

Donny Foster shows his style.

Rob Huff, Steve Markwood, Jon Mueller, Pot Rennie, Bill Bascom, Richard Tremblay, Donald Foster, Bob Edmunds, Bruce Vascott.

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SENIORS the 1st semester ulcers followed by so-called senior slump the real slump beginning in the 1Oth grade . . . athletics, acting dances, college applications all conflicting with the all-mighty grade . . . the sought-after Senior ideal the confusion of realizing that there is something besides memorization to learning amidst constant pleas to learn how to think before it is too late

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SENIORS

Class Officers: James White : V. Pres., Lindsay Barnes: Sec.-Trees., Beccy Carr: Rep ., Steve Yowell : Pres.

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Abbot, Susie Abbott, Ted Alexander, Jody

Anderson, Delores Andrews, John Armstead, Roland

Arnette, Celie Avery, Molthaus Awkward, Ernest

Barber, Diane Bailey, C. T. Bailey, James

Banton, Gwen Barbour, Roosevelt Barbour, Stanley

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Beitzel, Goy Berot, Barbaro Beverley, Angie

Bi rckheod, Doug Bomer, Janet Boyle, Susan

Bond, Billy Brockett, John Brockett, Mary

Wcit ' ll I get my hands on that Peer photographer

Barksdale, Mariette Barnes, Lindsey Bascom, Bill Bates, Richard Botten, Pot

Beach, Lindo Beol, Lynn Beozell , Perry Beck, Sharon Becker, Robert


Bradbury, Joyce Breeden, Melvin Brinkley, Doris

Brochu, James Brown, Charlie Brown, Mary

Bryant, Judy Burnett, Kathy Burton, Linda

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Burton, Trudy Butler, Betty Butler, Eunice Calloway, J oyce Carpenter, Sheffel

Carr, Ann Carr, Hunter Carr, Marshall Carr, Rebecca Carrol, John


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Carter, Russell Chapman, Ruth Chisholm, Bonnie

Childress, Roberta Clark, George Cobb, Dav id

Coleman, Doug Coles, James Coltrane, Connie

Robert, I didn ' t know you could dance

This is the t hanks I get for coming to the bonfire

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Cotton, Jimmy


They soy opposites attract

Critzer, Nora Cross, Bill Cubbage, Vicky Cubero, Ken Cummings, Pam

Curme, Jeff Curry, Edwina Davis, Bernard Davis, Carolyn Davis, Charles

Da vis, Doug Da vis, Wilda Debiasi, Gary Defibaugh, Richard DeMasters, Diane

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Detamore, Linda Dickens, Missie Dowe ll , Delores

Downing, Donna Drumheller, He rbert Dudley, James


Come an Bobby, it can't be that bad

Dunn, Pam Durham, David Durrette, Matthew

Durrette, Roger Easter, Harley Eastw~od, Bob

Edmunds, Bob Farish, June Farrish, Linda

Farley, Joe Fields, Randall

I don't believe in going I 0-0-0

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Fitch, Ronald Fitzgerald, Ray


Sure, Pip Fitzhugh, Jerry Ford, Shelley

Garnett, Bob Garletts, .Jennie

Garnett, Carol Garth, Jayne

Hey! The ball's over there

Garland, Nat

Garrison, Nina

Gianniny, Shirley Gibson, Linda Gibso n, Sharon

Geiger, Paul

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Godsey, Vickie Goode, Phyll is Goodwin , Beth


Graves, Jerry Gray, David Greims, Jimmy Grimes, Tommy

Grinstead, Frances Guthrie, Raymond

Guther ie, Wanda Hale, Marjorie

Hall, Eearl Hall, Steve Hall, Susan

Haney, Helen Harris, Rita Hash, Barbara Grim, Gary Haynes, Guy


Hm m m, only ten minutes to go Honeycutt, Bill Houchens, Mike

Heatwo le, La rry He in g raj, Yup i He rr ing, Mari e

Herring, Lindo Hicks, Ern est Hill , Alice

Holland, Ernestine Holt, Donna Holt, Tim

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Houchens, Lisa Howard, Bill

Pete's Bar and Grill?


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Johnson, Gleeson Jones, Gory Jackson, Brenda

Johnson, Clarisse

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J uui-Neilsen, Ellen Kane, Jerry

Key, Steve Keyser, Pete


There's gonna be a showdown

Kirby, Lorry Kirby, Lindo Kirby, Vernon

Koch, John Kyger, Pot LaClair, Brenda

Lomb, Pauline Longe, Nancy Lonohcn, Tommy

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Leake, Mike Lederman, Ted

I thougt.r we'd at least have a dishwasher


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McCormick, Margaret

Lewis, Barbara Lowry, Peggy Luck, Kathy Lushbaugh, Brad McCau ley, Steve

McCue, Purcell

McGilvery, Laurel

McGraw, Cathy McGraw, Da vid Maine, Rtchard Mainfort, Jack


What pretty legs

Becky

Markwood, Steve Marks, .Judy Martin, Barbara

Massie, Betty

Matysek, Rita

Martin, Cyndy Martinson, Vennie Marymor, Rod

What was that again?

z-z-z-z-z

Maupin, Barry

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Michtom, Alan

Miller, George


Miller, Robert Montgomery, Joan

Moon, Cenie Moon, Vivian

Moore, Sue Moore, William

Where ' s that shot-putter

Betty L. Caleb Manto, Pat

Moore, Debra

Morris, Betty Jean

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Morris, Celia Marr is, Danny


Morris, Darnell Mo rris, Judy Morris, Ronald

Mosby, Burnette Mundy, Ann Mur ray, Larry

Nash, Lynn Noone, Diane Nelson, Ivanhoe How far away is California

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Owen, Bettie Owe ns, Hunter Pace, Billy

Page, Charles Payne, Dianne Peters, Irvi ng


Reid, Jo Ann Rennie, Pat

Peters, Sidney Peterson, David Piccardi, Barbara Poindexter, Barbara Pollard, Robert

Pollock, Robert Pruitt, Som Pugh, Douglas

Reynolds, Curt Rea, Mike

Pugh, Edward Pugh, Shelby Rea , Cha rl otte Now, what do you think about that?

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Robbins, Bruce Roberts, Craig Roberts, Linda Somebody swiped my tootsie rail pop

Roberts, Tammy Robertson, Ken Robertson, Linda Romer, John Roseberry, Eddie


Yupi's mischievous streak appears Sartin, Martha Schultz, Stephanie Scott, Carolyn

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Rush, Tommy Salley, Roy

Sandborn, Tita Sandridge, Barbara

Scott, Henry Se iler, Betty Sensabaugh, Brad

Sheffield, Susan Shifflett, Barbara Shifflett, Donald

What's this the Peer staff left us?

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Shifflett, Gail Shifflett, Graham

Shifflett, Mary Shifflett, Rod

Shirey, Bill Sipe, Irene

Smith, Claire

Smith, Eunice


Cyndy looks down at the rest of the world!

Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith,

Flub Suzanne Pat Virginia Wordy

Sours, Wayne Southall, Jeanette Sprouse, Jimmy

Stewart, Shirley Street, Kym Sudduth, Jean

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Thalmann, Bill Thomas, Claudio Thomas, Wayne


Thompson, Katherine Tomlin, Debby Tomlin, Roy

Toms, Barry

Trunzo, Steve

Tucker, Sheila Tyler, Linda Tyer, Terry

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Tyer, William Van de Castle, Brett Via, James


Walton, Barbaro Word, John

Who me?

Via, Mary Wade, Dionne

Wagner, Robert Walker, Tommy

Walker, Mary Walker, Richard

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Word, Lindo Warren, Judi


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Wilcox, Sandy Winter, Kim Witcher, Gilda

Webb, Lucilla Welsh, Cathy

Wesner, Kathy White, James

White, 'Sarah Wilbur, Ralph

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Wood, Judy Wood, Susan Woodie, Rose


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You may be talle r than me . . .

This sure beats basketball

No, I don't eat onions on my hamburger


TOP TEN

Co-Valedictorian: Rebecca Carr

Co-Valedictorian : Brenda LaClair

lrd: Sandy Wilcox

4th: Bettie Owen

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5th: Harley Easter 6th: (tiel: Kathy Luck

I ., 8th: Roy Salley 6th (tie) : Elizabeth Woodruff

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9th: John Romer

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AMERICAN FIELD EXCHANGE

Brett and Yupi enjoy the Homecoming Donee Yupi looks at American dances

Nina Garrison and Yupi

Yupi . . . Yupaiyong Heingraj abbreviated ... a tiny girl from Thailand . . . living with the Garrisons ... a shy student, but an animated friend . . . prefers rice to hot dogs . . .

Yupi finds thot she prefers rice to horsemeot

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The best port about going to Finland is escape from homework

Albemarle High School's two foreign exchange students

Bob Garnett

Bob Garnett . . . Finland's latest . . . seriousness in perspective . . . getting the feel for the continent . . . correct continental r's . . . learning the American way is not the only way

Bobby is known for his organization

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William Cooper Bascom " Bill " , Chess Cl. 3-5, Key Cl. 3 -5, Hi-Y 3,5, Fel lowship of Christian Ath letes 5

SENIOR STATISTICS & HALL OF FAME

Richard Joseph Bates " Joe, " French Cl. 1, F.F.A. 1-4 : V. Pres. 3, Monogram Cl. 1, Track 1,2, Football 1, Charus 2 Julian Patrick Batten " Pat", Coin Cl. 4, Chess Cl. 5, Hi-Y 5, Basketball 1 Ernest Stewart Award " Tax", Indust rial Arts Cl. 2

Susie Eileen Abbot " Hot Dog", Monogram Cl. 2-4 , G.A. A. 5, Band Cl . 5, Beehive 4 , Blarion 4, Ba sketba ll 2-5: Capt. 4, Band 2-5, Band Counc il 2-4: Librar. 2,3, Rep. 4, Al l Regi onal Wo rkshop

Diane Lee Baber " Dee", F.H.A. 1-3, Nursing Cl. 4, T ri-Hi -Y 3

Theodore Herbert Abbott " Ted", Math Cl. 1-5: V. Pres. 5, Coin Cl. 3-5, Monog ram Cl. 4-5, Track 1-5, Cross Cou ntry 5

Clyde Temple Bailey " C.T.", Math Cl. 1-3, Chess Cl . 5, Ba nd Cl. 2-5, Band 1-5, Football 1-3

Joseph Lee Alexander " Jody", Math Cl. 1,2, Hi-Y 5, Spanish Cl. 5, Football 1 Delores Ann Anderson F.H.A. 1,4 ,5, French Cl. 3, F.T.A. 3, Library Cl. 1,2, Burley Bulletin 3 John Claire Andrews Literary Cl. 1, Stomp & Coi n Cl. 1,2, Math Cl . 2-5 : Pres. 5, Critique 3-5, Key Cl. 1,2, 5, Monogram Cl. 5, Foo tbal l 3,4, Track 4 ,5, Cross Country 5 Roland Jerome Armstead I.C.T. 4 Celia Leslie ArneHe " Cel ie", Tri -Hi -Y 1-3: Pres. 2, Drama Cl. 4,5, S.C. A. 1-5, Chee rl eader 3, Class Offices: Rep. 3 . Malthaus Reeves Avery " Mat", F.B .L.A. 4, F.H.A. 2,3, Latin Cl. 2,3

James Edward Bailey "Jimmy", Football 4 Gwendolyn Ann Banton "Gwen", F.H.A. 1,2, Drama Cl . 3, Nursing Cl. 5, F.B .L.A. 5 Alfred Stanley Barbour I.C.T. 4 Roosevelt Wheeler Barbour "Buck", Math Cl. 1-3, Chess Cl. 5 MarieHa Barksdale Frenc h Cl. 5, Drama Cl. 3-5, Pep Cl. 2,3, Maj o rette 2,3, Critique 4, Peer 5 Lindsay Robertson Barnes Debate Cl. 1, Hi-Y 2-4 : I. C.C. Rep. 2, Sec. 5, Drama Cl . 5, Monogram Cl. 4,5 : V. Pres. 5, Key Cl. 5 : Sec . 5, French Cl. 2-5 : Rep. 3, Treas. 4, Pres. 5, Nat. Honor Society 5, Fe llow Christian Athletes 4, 5, Youth Council 5, Basketball 1-3, Cross Country 2-5: Capt. 5, Trac k 1-5, Class Offices : Sec.-Treas . 5

Linda Dianne Beach " Beachie", Drama Cl. 4, French Cl. 4, F.T.A. 1, F.B.L.A. 5 : I.C.C. Rep. 5, Peer 5 Myra Lynn Beal " Lynn , Drama Cl. 1, Thespians 4, 5, Forensics 4 John Perry Beazell Chess Cl. 5 F.H.A. 1, F.B.L.A. 5

Sharon Joy Beck French Cl. 3,4, Tr i- Hi-Y 2,4,5,

Robert Charles Becker " Bob", Span ish Cl. 5 Gay Diann路e Beitzel F.H.A. 1, F.T.A. 1,2, Chess Cl . 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Pe p Cl. 4, French Cl. 4, S.C.A. 2-5, G.A.A. Cheerleader 2 James Murray Benshoff " Jam ie", Latin Cl. 1, Span ish Cl. 3-5, Pep Cl. 4 ,5, Critique 4,5, S.C.A. 4, 5, Cross Country 5, Nat. Merit Scholarship-Commended Angeline Dea Beverley "Angie", Red Cross Cl. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spanish Cl . 3-5: Sec . 4, Drama Cl. 4 ,5; Rep. 4 , Nat. Hono r Soc iety 4,5, Chorus 2,3 : All District 3 Landon Douglas Birckhead "Doug", French Cl. 2-4, Key Cl. 5, Spanish Cl. 5, Hi-Y 4,5 Janet Leigh Bomar 4 -H Cl. 4, Art Cl. 5 William Rea Band, Ill " Billy", Stamp & Coin Cl. 4, Hi-Y 5, Chess Cl. 5, Band Cl. 2,3, Band 1-3 Susan Margaret Boyle F.H.A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y, Chess Cl., Drama Cl., Art Cl . John Mitchell BrackeH "Cook", Industrial Arts 2,3, I.C.T. 4,5 Mary Dianne Brackett F.H.A. 1, F.B.L.A. 5, Nursing Cl. 5: Rep . 5, Homecoming Ct. 3, Class Offices : Sec . 2 Joyce Ann Bradbury Math Cl. 1, French Cl. 2, Drama Cl. 1, Band Cl. 2-5: Treas. 3, Sec . 4, Band 2-5, S.C.A. 5, Tennis 3-5 : Capt. 4, Cheerleader 3-5 : Head 5, Nat. Honor Society 4,5 : Sec .-Treas. 5, Class Offices: Rep. 2, Peer 5. Melvin Amos Breeden V.I.C.A . 5 Doris Jean Brinkley 4-H 2,3: Pres. 3, F.H.A. 1,2, F.B.L.A. 5, Band 1,2 James Gordon Brochu " Jimmy", I.C.T. 1,2, F.F.A. 1,2, Basketball 1,2 Charles Bernard Brown " Charlie'路', Coin Cl. 2,3; Sgt.-at-Arms 3 Mary Ethel Brown " Sister", F.H.A. 4,5; V. Pres. 5, Homecoming Ct. 2

Hall of Fame: Joyce Bradbury

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James Francis Coles

" Jimmy", F.F.A. 1,2 Connie Julesean Coltrane

" Trone", F.H.A. 2, Library Cl. 3,4, F.T.A. 3, Peer 5 James Murray Cotten

" Jimmy", Math Cl. 1,2, Spanish Cl. 3, Chorus Cl. 4,5; V. Pres. 5, Band Cl. 1-5, Bond 4,5, Forensics 4, Nat. Merit Scholarship- Com mended, Track 1 Robert Steven Cooper

Science Cl. 2, La tin Cl. 2,3, Pep Cl. 3, Drama Cl. 3,4, Track 3, Football 4,5 Nora Lucinda Critzer

F.H.A. 1-3, Spanish Cl . 5, Drama Cl. 4,5, Thespians 5, Baske tball 1-3, Class Offices: Rep 3 William Edward Cross

"B ill ", Math Cl . 1,2, Hi -Y 2-5, Spanish Cl. 4, Chess Cl. 1,5, Pep Cl. 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, Football 2,3, S.C.A. 3-5 Victoria Haden Cubbage

"Vicky" , Drama Cl. 2, F.T.A. 4, D.E. 5, F.H.A. 1-5 : V. Pres. 5, F.F.A. Sweetheart 5 Kenneth Henry Cubero

Art Cl . 1, Cheese Cl. 2, Football 2, Track 2 Pamela Lee Cummings

" Pam", F.B.L.A. 5 ,

Geoffrey McKewen Curme

Critique 5, Soccer 4,5: All State De laware Team Veronica Edwina Curry

" Wennie", Science & Math Cl. 1-3, F.T.A. 2,3: Sec . 3, G.A.A. 4,5, Bible Cl. 5, Not. Honor Soc iety 3-5, Baske tball 3-5, Cheerleader 1-3: Co-Head 1,2, Varsity Head 3, Chorus 1-3, S.C.A. 1-5, Homecoming Ct. 5 Georgia Lee Dameron

F.H.A. 1,2, F.T.A. 4,5, Jr. Red Cross 5, S.C.A. 3, F.B.L.A. 5, Baske tball 1-3, Forensics 3, Closs Offices: Sec . 3, Peer 4 Carolyn Martin Davis

F.H.A. 1,2, Tri- Hi-Y 1,2, F.T.A. 4,5, S.C.A. 4,5

Hall of Fame: Rebecca Carr

Charles Bernard Davis Rebecca Yates Carr

Judith Darlene Bryant

Bible Cl. 2, Nursing Cl. 5, Chorus 5 Mary Kathryn Burnett

"Kath y", Literary Cl. 1, Dromo Cl. 2-5, Frenc h Cl. 4,5 Linda Amy Burton

Latin Cl. 1,2, G.A.A. 2, French Cl . 3,4: Pres. 4, Art Cl. 4,5 : V. Pres . 4, Pres. 5, Ba sketball 1,3, Homecoming Ct . 2-4, Closs Offices: V. Pres. 1-4

" Beccy", G.A.A. 1, Lot in Cl. 1,2, F.T .A. 3,4; Sec .-Treos. 4, S.C.A. 2-5, Basketball 1, Tennis 2- 5, Not. Hono r Society 4,5: Pres . 5, Class Offices: Sec .-Treos . 1, Rep. 5, Peer 5 Theresa Ann Carr "Ann", Science & Moth Cl. 1,2, Library Cl. 1,2,

Not. Honor Society 3-5, S.C.A. 2-5, Closs Offices : Pres. 1, V. Pres. 2

" Bernard", Science Cl. 1, Drama Cl. 2, D.E. 3, V.I.C.A. 4,5 : Parliamentarian 5, Trac k 4 Charles McDan路i el Davis

Hi-Y 3, D.E. 1-3 Douglas Cald.well Davis

" Doug", Band Cl. 1-5, Band 2,3,5 Wilda Marie Davis

" Doug ", Band Cl. 1路5, Band 2,3,5

John Patrick Carroll

Critique 5, S.C.A. Honor Committee 5

Wilda Mari路e Davis

F.H.A. 1,3, Tri- Hi-Y 2, F.B.L.A. 4,5: Pres 5

Russell Alonzo Carter Trudy Starlet Burton

Gary Lee Debiasi

Chess Cl. 5

" Debi", D.E. 4,5, Band 2-4

4-H 1, F.H.A. 1-5 : Blue Award 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1-4 Ruth D. Chapman

Diane Lee DeMasters

" Tistie", Library Cl. 2,3, Chorus 4,5 Betty Ann Butler

Art Cl. 3, F.H.A. 1,4,5 Eunice M. Butler

" Betty", F.H.A. 5, 4-H 2-4 : Pres. 4, F.T.A. 4, Library Cl. 3, Pep Cl. 1-3, Basketball 5 Joyce Glenda Calloway

Roberta Elizabeth Childress

" Beth", F.H.A. 4, Libory Cl. 5, Science & Moth Cl. 2, S.C.A. 2, 4-H 4 : Sec. 4 Bonnie Carol Chisholm

F.H.A. 2, F.T.A. 3-5: V. Pres. 5, Spanish Cl. 5, Forensics 2,3, Class Offices: Historian 2,3 George Washington Clark

Hi -Y 5, F.F.A. 1 Donald .Scheffel Carpenter Hunter Louis Carr

Chorus Cl. 5, I.C.T. 5 Marshall Lee Carr

Math Cl. 1, Tri- Hi-Y 1, Nursing Cl. 3-5 : Chapla in 4, Pres. 5, F.H.A. 3-5, Chorus 1-3

David Allen Cobb

Richard Edward Defibaugh

V.I.C.A. 5 Linda Gayle Detamore

Tri-Hi-Y 2, Art Cl. 2,3, D.E. 5 Colleen Anna Dickens

" Missie", Art Cl. 3, French Cl. 3-5, I.C.C . Rep. 5, Pep Cl. 4

Delores Elizabeth Dowell Hi -Y 1-3 : Pres. 3 , Basketball 2,3: Capt. 3, Forensics 3 Tri-Hi -Y 1, Spanish Cl. 4,5, Latin Cl , 2.3, Drama Cl. 4,5, Thespians 4,5 Douglas Allen Coleman

" Doug", Chess Cl. 1-4, 4-H 1,2, Monogram Cl. 3,4, Track 2-4, Cross Country 4

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Donna Suz路a nne Downing

Chess Cl. 5, Coin Cl. 4, Critique 5


Gerard Jimmy Greims

Robert Kingston Edmunds

" Bob", French Cl. 3,4, Moth Cl. 1, Hi-Y 3-5 : I.C.C. Rep. 5, Pep Cl. 4, Nat. Honor Society 5, S.C.A. 5, Golf 4,5, Baske tball 1, Football 2 June Farish

" Jimmy", Golf 2-4, Band 3-5 Raymond Bennette Gutherie

Band Cl. 2-4, Library Cl. 2,3 : Rep 3, Band 1-5, Basketball 1, Football 2

Library Cl. 2,3, Hi-Y 1-5: Chaplain 4 Linda Dianne Farish

G.A.A. 1-5, F.T.A. 1, Basketball 1-5; Capt 5, S.C.A. 2,4,5, Peer 4, Underclassmen Ed ito r 5 Joseph Dale Farley

"Joe", F.F.A. 1-5: Sec . 3, Treas. 4, 4-H 5 : Pres 5, Forens ics 2-4 Randall Lynn Fields

Wanda Ann Gutherie

F.H .A. 1-3, Drama Cl. 1, 4-H Cl. 5: Rep . 5, Red Cross Cl. 2,3 , D.E. 4, Band 3 Marjorie Ann Hale

Tri-Hi -Y 2-4, Art Cl. 3, Drama Cl. 3-5, Thespian 5 Donald Earl Hall

Library Cl. 5, Football 1, Band 1-4

" Randy" , Monogram Cl. 4 ,5, Math Cl. 2, Coi n Cl. 3, French Cl. 5, Cross Country 4,5, Band 3,4

Stephen Elwood Hall Susan Elaine Hall

Calvin Ray Fitzgerald

"Ray", Red Cross Cl. 1, Chess Cl. 5

" Sue", Art Cl. 1, Drama Cl . 4 ,5, Thespians 5

Gerald Hunt Fitzhugh

Helen Jeannette Haney

" Jerry", Red Cross Cl. 1,2, Drama Cl. 4 ,5, Chorus Cl . 1,4,5 : Pres. 5, Choir 2,4,5

F.H.A. 1, Tri-H i-Y 1, G.A.A. 3, F.T.A. 3-5: Rep 4, Ba sketball 2

Shelley Ann Ford

Spanish Cl. 3,4 : Pres. 4, Band Cl. 1-5: Sec . 2, Rep. 4, Pres . 5, Drama Cl. 4,5, Thespian 4,5, Nat. Honor Society 4,5, Band 1-5 Nathan'iel Lee Garland

"Big Daddy", Bible Cl. 1, Track 2, Football 2-5; All District 5

Rita Ann Harris

Science Cl. 3,4: Pres. 3,4 , F.H.A. 2, D.E . 5, Basketball 4, Class Offices : Sec.-Treas.2 Barbara Ann Hash

" Barb", F.H.A. 1-5, F.B.L.A. 4 Guy Blakes Hayne

Band Cl. 2-5 : I.C.C. Rep. 5, Band 2-5

Jennie Hannah Garletts

Latin Cl. 1-4, F.T.A. 1-5 : Rep. 5, S.C.A. 5 Hall of Fame:

Harley Easter

H路erbert William Drumheller

"Herbie", 4-H 4, F.F .A. 3

Robert Tompkins Garnett

" Bob", Latin Cl. 1,2, Key Cl. 3,4, Hi-Y 1-5: Chap. 2, Sec.-Trees. 3, Press . 4, Nat. Honor Soc iety: V. Pres. 5, Quill & Scroll 5, Track 1, Basketball 1, S.C.A. 2-5, M.G.A. 4 , A.F.S. to Finland, Highlight 4,5: Editor-in -Chief 5 Nina Ann Garrison

James Andrew Dudley

" Jimmy", F.F.A. 2-5 : Sec . 4, Pres. 5

French Cl . 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1-5 : Rep. 3, V. Pres . 4, Pres. 5, S.C.A. 5, Chorus 2-5 : V. Pres. 4, Pres . 5, All Regional Chorus 3, 5, Girl's Baske tball Mgr. 5 . M.G.A, 4 ,5, Peer 5

Barbara Jane Dunlap

" B. J .", S.C.A. 5

" Pam", French Cl . 1, Drama Cl. 2-4, Chess Cl. 4, Critique 4 , Pep Cl. 4

Band Cl. 2-5, Band 2-5, Baseball 3, Football 4 Shirl路e y Kathryn Gianniny

F.H.A. 1-5, Basketball, Chorus Linda Vernell Gibson

David Steven Durham

F.H.A., S.C.A. , D.E . 5 : Sec . 5, Forensics 1,4

Football 1, Baseball 4,5

Sharon Faye Gibson

F.H.A. 1-3, Nursing Cl. 4,5, Bible Cl. 5 Vicki Ann Godsey

Matthew James Dudley

Mat", Art Cl. 4 ,5, Chess Cl. 3

Tri-Hi-Y 1,4,5, French Club 2,4,5, Pep Cl. 4, S.C.A. 5, Class Offices : Sec. 1, Homecoming Ct. 1 Helen Elizabeth Goodwin

Roger Lee Durrette

"China", V.I.C .A. 5

Harley Clifton Easter

Bible Cl. 1, Hi-Y 3-5 : Chap. 4, Sec.-Treas. 5, Rocket Cl. 2, Band Cl. 1,2, Nat. Honor Society 4,5 : Rep. 5 . Band 1-5, S.C.A. 1-5, Class Offices: Pres. 2, Rep. 4 Track 2-5 Baseball 1-5 Basketball 1-4, Football 2-5: Ail District 5 '

" Beth ", Drama Cl. 2-5, F.H.A. 3, French Cl. 4, S.C.A. 2,5, Basketball 1-4. Cheerleader 1-3: Head 3, Forensics 1-4, Band 2,4 Jerry Lynn Graves

F.H.A. 1, F.B.L.A. 4 ,5 Nora Frances Grinstead

F.H.A. Gary Michael Grim

Pep Cl. 1-3, Literary Cl. 1-3, Drama Cl. 1-5, Chorus 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 3, Golf 1-3 Robert Douglas Eastwood

" Bobby", French Cl. 4 ,5, Hi-Y 4, Drama Cl. 5, Nat. Merit Scholarship-Commended

Charles Hedgeman

F.F.A. 2-5 Yupaiyong Heingraj

Tri -Hi-Y 5, Art Cl. 5, A.F.S. from Thailand Jennifer Marie Herring

" Ree", F.H.A . 1

Jane Dereyle Garth

Tri-Hi-Y 2, F.H.A. 2, G.A.A. 3,4, Basketball 2-5 Paul Allen Geiger

Pamela Dunn

Lawrence Kreider Heatwole

" Larry", Rocket Cl. 2, Math Cl. 1, Chess Cl. 4,5, Hi-Y 4,5, Band Cl . 1-3, Band 2-5, Nat. Honor Society 5, Nat. Merit Scholarship-Commended

Thomas Michael Grimes

" Tommy", Football 1, Baseball 4,5

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Hall of Fame: Randall Fields


Linda Ann Herring

" Lynn", F.H.A. 1-4; Rep. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Jr . Red Cross Cl. 4,5

Bradley Scott Hughes

" Brad", Band Cl. 2-5, Band 2-5 Brenda Arlene Jackson

Ernest Lewis Hicks

Science & Math Cl. 3, Monogram Cl. 4,5, Bible Cl. 4,5: Pres. 5, Key Cl. 5, Student Patrol 3, Track 3, Football 4,5; All District 5 Alice Mae Hill

F.H.A. 2-4, Jr. Red Cross 5 : Sec. 5, Art Cl. 3, V.I.C.A. 5 Ernestine Melinda Hill

F.H .A. 3,5, Burley Bulletin 3. Donna Holt

Art Cl. 1,2,3,5, French Cl. 4, Chorus 2 Craig Edward Jackson

Bradley Lee Lushbaugh

" Brad ", Math Cl . 1-4, Hi-Y 5, Football 1, Golf 2,3

" Magilla ", Rocket Cl. 2: V. Pres. 2, Radio Cl. 3-5: Sec.-Trees. 4, V. Pres. 5, Math Cl . 4, FootKatherine Jayne Lucke ball Mgr. 2-5 , Basketball Mgr. 2,4,5, Baseball Mgr. 3-5, S.C.A. 5, Nat. Merit Scholarship- " Kathie", Drama Cl. 1, Latin Cl. 1-5: I.C.C. Rep. 5, F.T.A. 2,4,5: V. Pres. 4, Pres. 5, I.C.C . Semi-Finalist 5: Trees. 5, Nat. Merit Scholarship-Commended, Peer 4,5; Business Manager 5 John David Jennings French Cl . 2,3, Drama Cl. 2,3 Clarissa Clementine Johnson

"Tina ", F.B.L.A. 5, F.H.A. 5

Earl Timothy Holt

"Tim ", F.F.A. 1,2: V. Pres. 2, Basketball 1-3 : Capt. 2,3, S.C.A. 3, Class Offices: V. Pres . 2,3

Margaret Jean Lowry

" Peggy" , Latin Cl . 1, F.T.A. 2,3, Art Cl . 4, Nat. Honor Society 4,5, S.C.A. 5, Tennis 3-5, Cheerleader 3-5, Peer 4,5 : Clubs Chairman

Gleason Johnson, Jr.

Baseball 3

Steven Spencer McCauley

" Mac", Radio Cl. 5, Hi-Y 5, Basketball Margaret Marie McCormick Charles Purcell McCue

Hi-Y 2, Chess Cl. 5

William E. Honeycutt

Gary .Stephen Jones

Laurel McGilvery

" Bill ", Band Cl. 1-5, Band 2-5, Football 1,2

" Colorado", Key Cl. 5, Band Cl. 4,5, Band 5, Nat . Honor Society 5

Spanish Cl. 2,3, F.T.A. 2,3, French Cl. 3, Critique 5, Nat. Merit Scholarship-Semi-Finalist

Michael Randolph Houchens

" Mike", Red Cross Cl. 2-5 : I.C.C. Rep. 4, Football 4 Sharon Lisa Houchens

French Cl. 3-5, Red Cross Cl. 2,3, Pep Cl. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 5

Ellen Kirsten Juui-N relsen

Catherine Gibson McGraw

" Ejeven ", Latin Cl. 1,2, French Cl. 3; Math Cl. 4,5: Sec. 5, Art Cl. 1-4 : Rep . 3, I.C.C. 4; Rep. 4, Highlight 4 , Peer 5, Critique 5

" Cathy" , Drama Cl. 1,2, Chess Cl. 5, Choral Cl. 1, Debate Cl. 1,2, Chess Cl. 5, D.E. 4,5; V. Pres. 4, Trees. 5, S.C.A. 1,3, Basketball 1,2, Class Offices : V. Pres . 1, Pres . 2

Gerald James Kane

" Jerry" , Drama Cl. 1,4,5 : Pres. 5, Spanish Cl. 3, Chess Cl. 2,3, D.E. 5, Thespians 4,5: Pres. 5

William Gregory Howard

" Bill ", Art Cl. 1-4, Science & Math Cl. 3, F.T.A. 3, Chess Cl. 5, Nat. Honor Society 3-5

Steven L. Key

Samuel Jackson Hduson

" Sam", F.F.A. 1-5: V. Pres. 3,4, 4-H 1-3

Richard Edwin Maine

" Steve", Pep Cl. 4 William Ross Keyser

Kenneth Wayne Hoy

"Kenny", Chess Cl. 4, D.E. 5

" Pete", Hi-Y 1-5 : Chap. 3, Key Cl. 2-5 : Sec. 3,4, Pres. 5, Monogram Cl. 4,5 : Rep. 5, Baseball 2-5 : Capt. 5, Football 1-5 : Han. Ment.AII Cent. Va. , Track 1, Basketball 1-3, S.C.A. 1-5, Class Offices: Pres . 1 Larry DeWayne Kirby

Hall of Fame: Bob Garnett

David King McGraw

Coin Cl. 1, French Cl. 2-5, Critique 3, Hi-Y 4, Forensics 4

Football 1, Band 3-5 Linda Diana Kirby

Tri-Hi-Y 2, F.H.A. 2, Nurs ing Cl. 5 Vernon Randolph Kirby

Football 1, Basketball 1, Band 2-5 John Gordon Koch

S.C.A. 4 Patricia Ann Kyger

"Pat", F.T.A. 3-5. French Cl. 4, Chorus 1,2, Peer 5 Brenda Sue LaClair

" B.L.", Latin Cl. 1,2, F.T.A. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Jr. Red Cross Cl. 1,4, Critique 4,5 : Trees. 5, French Cl. 3-5, Nat. Honor Society 4,5, Highlight 4,5 Pauline Lam

F.H.A. 1,2,5: Trees 5 Thomas Dana Lanahan

" Tommy", Hi-Y 3,5, Rocket Cl. 2, Key Cl. 5, Baseball 3, Track 3, Football 3-5 Nancy Louise Lange

Drama Cl. 2,4, F.T.A. 3 Harold Michael Leake

"Mike", F.F.A. 1-3 : I.C .C. Rep 2, Trees. 3 Ted Curtis Lederman

"Leda", Math Cl. 1, Rocket Cl. 2, D.E. 4,5: I. C. C. Rep. 4,5, Chorus 3-5, Football 1,2, Track 1-3, Basketball 1-3

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" Rich", Chess Cl. 4,5: Trees. 5, Debate Cl. 4,5, Math Cl. 1, Rocket Cl . 2: Pres. 2, Radio Cl . 3, Football Mgr. , Basketball Mgr. , Foren sics 4, Band 2-5, Nat. Merit Scholarship-Semi-Finalist Hall of Fame: Nina Garrison


Cenie Ruthella Moon

Lathan Brundred Murray

" Re", F.H.A. 1, Choru s 1, Newspaper Cl. 2,3 : Exchange Ed . 2, F.T .A. 3-5: V. Pres . 3, I.C.C . Re p. 5, S.C. A. 1,2,3,5 : Re p. 1, Cl ass Offi ces : V. Pres. 1. Trees. 2, Pres. 3

" La rry", Drama Cl. 1-4, Library Cl. 1, Key Cl . 3-5, Monogram Cl. 3-5 : I.C .C. Rep. 4, Pres. 5, Fell ow Christian Athletes 4,5: Pres. 5, Youth Coun cil 3-5 : Pres. 5, Football 1-5, Basketball 1,2, Trac k 1-3, Class Offices: Rep. 1, Nat. Merit Scholarship--Commended, Highlight 5

Vivian Rose Moon

" Vi v", F.H.A. 1-5 Debra Kay Moore

" De bbie" , Chorus

Ivanhoe Nelson

Art Cl. 4,5, Baseball Diane Marie Noon

Sue Moore

Art Cl. 4, F.H.A. 1,2, Pep Cl . 4, Thespian 5

Tri-H i-Y 2, Art Cl. 2, Critique 3,4, French Cl. Cl. 4,5

William Clyde Moore Elizabeth Gayle Owen

" Bi ll" Betty Jean Morris

F.H.A. 1,5, D. E. 3, Library Cl . 3, 4-H 4 BeHy Louise Morris

" Bett ie", French Cl. 1-4 : Rep . 4, Critique 3-5 : I.C.C. Rep. 4, Prog . Cha ir. 5, Nat. Honor Society 4,5, S.C.A. 5, Basketba ll 3-5, Nat. Me rit Schola rs hip--Sem i-Finali st, Qu ill & Scroll 4,5, S.I.P .A. 4, Peer 4, 5 : Edi to r- in-Ch ief 5

F.B .L.A. 5 Caleb Layton Morris

Art Cl. 1-5 : V. Pres. 5, Ma th Cl. 2, Footba ll 3 Celia Beatrice Morris

Robert Hunter Owens

Mo th Cl. 1, Chess Cl. 1-5, Critique 4 ,5, Key Cl. 5, Na t. Hono r Society 5, Foot ball 3,4, Trac k 3, Chorus

F.H.A.

William Clift Pace Daniel Coulter Morris

Red Cross Cl. 1, Biology Cl 2, Glee Cl . 3, Bond 1-4

" Billy", Math Cl. 1-5 : Re p. 2 , V. Pres. 4, Coin Cl. 1,2, Art Cl. 1,2, Key Cl. 3-5, Track, Cross Country, Basketball 1-5, Boy's State

Hall of Fame: Becky Massie Jack Randolph Mainfort

Rocket Cl . 3, Math Cl. 5, 4-H 2,3, French Cl. 4, Nat . Honor Society 5, Nat . Merit Scholarship-Commended, Peer 5 Steven W. Markwood

Art Cl. 1-4: I.C.C. Rep. 3, Golf 4,5 Judith Ann Marks

"Judy", G.A.A. 3-4, Drama Cl. 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3, French Cl. 3, Basketball 3-5, Peer 5 Barbara Ruth Martin

" Barb", Fut. Secretaries Cl. 3, Nursing Cl. 5, F.H.A. 4,5 Cynthia Myers Martin

"Cyndy" , French Cl. 3, 5, Drama Cl. 2, TriHi-Y 3-5, Nat. Honor Society 5, Cheerleader 4,5, Nat. Merit Scholarship--Commended, Peer 4,5: Senior Editor 5

Darnell Gerome Morris

Charl路e s Thomas Page

F.F.A. 1-3 : Treos. 3, Science & Math Cl. 2,3, Chess Cl . 5

" Charlie", Key Cl. 5, Monogram Cl. 5, Ba seball 3-5, Band 1-3

Judith Dianne Morris

" Judy", F.T.A. 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3-5 : I.C.C. Rep. 5, Pep Cl. 3,4,5: I.C.C. Rep. 5, S.C.A. 3-5, Nat . Honor Soc iety 5. Highlight 5

Diane Marie Payne

" Pa in ", Art Cl. 1,2, French Cl. 3, F.T.A. 4 Irving Richardson Peters

Ronald Pag路e Morris

" Ronn ie", V. I.C.A. 4,5: Pres. 5

" lrv", Critique 3, Hi-Y 4, Drama Cl . 4, Monogram Cl. 5, Key Cl. 5 : I.C.C. Rep. 5, S.C.A. 5, Track 2-5, Football 2-5

Mary Burnette Mosby

Science & Math Cl. 3, F.H.A. 3 Ann Marie Mundy

F.H.A. 1, F.B.L.A. 1

James Sidney Peters

" Sid", French Cl. 2-5 : I.C.C. Rep. 4 , Sec. 5, Monogram Cl. 4,5, Key Cl. 5, Hi-Y 4 , Foo tball ?-", Trac k 2-5 David Spencer Peterson

Hall of Fam路e : Bettie Owen

Math Cl. 5 : I.C.C. Rep . 5, Debate Cl. 5, Track, Band

Martha Venner Martinson

"Vennie", F.T.A. 1, Drama Cl. 2,3, Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Spanish Cl. 4

Barbara Ann Piccardi

"Bobs", Library Cl. 4,5 : Sec .-Trees . 5

Rodman Jay Marymor Barbara Jean Poindexter

" Rod" , Gitique 3-5, Chess Cl. 3,4 Betty Lee Massie

F.H.A. 4,5, Art Cl. 1,4,5, Drama Cl. 3, S.C.A. 3, Safety Patrol 3

F.H.A. 1,2, Tri-Hi-Y 1-3, Spanish Cl. 4,5: Sec . 5, Band 1-5 Rebecca Sue Massie

" Becky", F.T.A. 1-4 : Sec . 2, Trees. 3, Nat. Honor Society 4,5, S.C.A. 2-5 : Rep. 3, V. Pres. 4, Pres. 5, Basketball 2-5, Band 1-5, Class Offices : Pres. 3, Homecoming Ct. 1

Robert Lewis Pollock

" Bobby" , Band Cl. 3,5, Band 1-5 Samuel Vincent Pruett

" Sam", Math Cl. 2,3, Monogram Cl. 4,5, Hi-Y 5, Track 3, Football 3-5

Rita Alyce Matysek Douglas Gordon Pugh

Spanish Cl. 5, F.T.A. 5, 4-H 2-5 : V. Pres. 5

" Doug ", F.F.A. 3 Barry Brooks Maupin

Red Cross Cl. 1-4: V. Pres. 2, Pres. 4 Robert Allen Miller

Cain Cl. 1-4: Sec. 4, Hi-Y 5, Soccer 5

Shelby Pugh

Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, French Cl. 3-5: Sec . 4, Prog . Chair. 5, Softball 3-5, Nat. Merit Scholarship--Commended

Jean Marie Montgomery

Drama Cl. 2,3, Library Cl. 2, F.B.L.A. 5 Patricia Ann Manto

"Pat", F.H .A. 1-5

CharloHe Rea

Latin Cl. 1,2, F.T.A. 1,2, French Cl. 3, G.A.A. 3-5 : Trees. 4, Basketball 3-5, Softball 3-5, Peer

5


Julien leRoy Dukes "Roy" , Critique 3, Key Cl. 4 , Math Pep Cl. 4 , French Cl. 5, Hi-Y 4,5 : Society 4,5, S.C.A. l-3 , Track l-3 , Merit Scholarship--Commended

Hall of Fame: Billy Pace Jo Ann Reid Drama Cl. 2, Red Crass Cl. 2 James Patrick Rennie "Pat" , Monogram Cl. 3-5, S.C.A. 3-5, Nat. Hon or Society 5, Football 2-5 : Capt. 5, Golf 2-5 Curtis Lee Reynolds "Curt", Key Cl. 3,4 : V. Pres . 4, Hi-Y 4 ,5, Drama Cl. 2, Monogram Cl. 5, Not. Hono r Society 5, Track 2-5, Cross Country 5, Peer 4, 5; Sports Ed. 5 Jack Murphy Ridley Hi-Y 5, Chess Cl. 5, Basketball 3 : Mgr. l-5, Football Mgr. l-3, Basebal l Mgr. l-3 , Highlight 4,5 : Sports Ed . 5

Salley Cl. 4 : I.C.C . Rep . 4 , Pres. 5, Nat. Honor Basketball l-3, Nat .

John Robert Sanborn "Tito" , Drama Cl. l-3, Monogram Cl. 3-5, Key Cl. 3-5, Fellow Christian Athletes 4,5: Sec . 5, Track l ,2, Baseball 4, Foo tball l-5 : Capt. 5, Honorable Mention-All Central Virginia Barbara Jean Sandridge " Barb", Tri-Hi-Y 2 : Sec . 2, F.T .A. 2, Red Cross Cl. 5, F.B.L.A. 5, Chorus l ,2 Mary Martha Sartin " Martha", Drama Cl. l ,2, D.E. 3-5: I. C. C. Rep. 3, Pres. 5, S.C.A. l-5, Class Offices: Sec. 2, V. Pres . 3, Pres. 4, Cheerleader 3-5: Co-Head 3-5, Homecoming Ct. 2,3, 5 : Maid of Honor 5 Stephanie Schultz Bible Cl. 5, Chorus l -5, Nat. Merit Scholarship--Commended Carolyn Marie Scott "Carol", F.H.A., Chorus Henry Scott " Chuck", Latin Cl. 3, Monogram Cl. 5, Football l ,2, Baseball l-4 Bradford Byrne Sensabaugh " Brad", I.C.T. 5, Band 2 ,3,5 Betty Lou Seiler F.H.A. l , Pep Cl . 2 Susan Francis Sheffield French Cl. 4, Beta Cl . 3, Pep Cl. 3, Critique 4,5, Not. Honor Society 5, S.C.A. 3,5, Peer 5 Barbara Ann Shifflett F.H.A. 2,5 : Hist . 5, 4-H 2,3, F.T.A. 3,4, Nursing Cl. 3-5: Sec.-Trees. 5 Donald Curtis Shifflett " Donnie", F.F.A. 5 : V. Pres. 5 Gail Elaine Shifflett D.E. 3, Libra ry Cl. 2, F.H.A. 2 ,5, 4-H 3 Graham Lee Shifflett "Jimmy", Moth Cl. 3, F.F.A. 5, 4-H 4

Hall of Fame: Pot Rennie

Donna Marie Riddle " Sissie", F.H.A. l-3: Hist. 3, F.T.A. 2, Nursing Cl. 4 Bruce Ernest Robbins Art Cl. 4, 5 Craig Clarence Roberts Math Cl. l , Art Cl. l-5, French Cl. 2-5, Track l-5, Football 3,4, Cross Country 2 Lindo Carolyn Roberts Literary Cl. 2, F.H.A. 4, F.T.A. 3 Thomas David Roberts "Tom", Hi-Y 4 , Drama Cl. 5, Chorus Cl. 4,5 : Trees. 5 Kenneth Ernest Robertson "K . R. " Linda Denise Robertson Nursing Cl. 2-5 : I.C.C. Rep. 5, Chorus l-5 John Hardin Romer Chess Cl. 3, Critique 4, Debate Cl. 5, Band 3-5 Edwin Southall Roseberry "Eddie", Art Cl. l , Math Cl. 2, Chess Cl. 2-5, Rad io Cl. 5, Track l ,2, Peer 5 Thomas A. Rush "Weosal " , I.C.T. 5

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Hall of Fame: Martha Sartin

Mary Stuart Shifflett Nursing Cl. l, F.H.A. l , Tri-Hi-Y 2-4 Rodney McCoy Shifflett "Rod " , V.I.C.A. 5 William Hampton Shirey " Bill ", Hi-Y 4 .5, Chess Cl. 3-5, Track 4, Soccer 4 Irene Francis Sipe F.H.A. 2 Barbara Ann Smith " Barb", Science & Math Cl. 2, F.H.A. l ,4,5: Pres. 5, Burley Bulletin 2, S.C.A. l ,2, Majorette 2 Claire Ann Smith Band Cl. 2,3, Red Cross Cl. 4,5: Rep. 5, Band l-3 Dwain Arthur Smith I.C.T. 5 Eunice Claire Smith "Smitty", Art Cl. 4 , F.H .A. 4,5 John Wordell Smith " Wordy" , Moth Cl. l ,2, Chess Cl. 2-4, Drama Cl. 3,5, Football l, Baseball 2, Soccer 5 Mary Williams Smith "Flub", Drama Cl. 2-5, French Cl. 5: V. Pres. 5, S.C.A. 2-4, Tennis 2-5, Youth Council 5, Peer 5 Mary Suzanne Smith " Suzanne" , Drama Cl. 3-5, Golf Cl. 4, French Cl. 4 Virginia Mae .Smith F.H.A. l, F.B.L.A. 4,5, F.H.A. 2 Wayne Roscoe Sours D.E. 3-5 : Trees. 5 Jeannette Elaine Southall " G-nette", Tri-Hi -Y 3-5, Not . Honor Society 5, Cheerleader 4 ,5 : Co-Head 4, S.C.A. 3-5: Sec .-T reas. 5, Class Offices: Sec .-Trees. 4, Homecoming Ct. 4,5: Queen 5, Key Cl . Sweetheart 5, Girl's State 4 , Highlight 4,5: Business Mgr. 5


Linda Kay Tyler 4-H 1,2, F.H.A. 1-5 : Sec. 4, F.H.A. Awa rd 4 Terry V. Tyler " Termi te", Library Cl. , Choru s 4 ,5 William Tyler " Billy", Footba ll 1-5 : Copt. 5, All Dist rict 5, Al l Cent ral Virg inia 5 Brett Omar Van de Castle Y.M. C.A. 2, Deba te Cl. 3, Crit ique 4,5 : I. C.C. Rep . 5, I.C.C. 5 : Rep. 5, Swimmin g 2,3, Trac k 4 ,5, Football 4 ,5, Forensics 3 James Rice Via " Jimmy", F.F.A. 1-4 : Rep . 4

James Louis White " Fa t Co t", D.E. 4 ,5: V. Pres. 5, Chorus 4 ,5, Trac k, S.C.A. 5, Closs Off ices: V. Pres. 5 Sarah Lewis White Drama Cl. 1, Th es pians 2-4, Tr i-H i-Y 2-5 : Trees. 3, I.C.C. Re p. 4, I.C.C. 4 , S.C.A. 1,2,3, 5, Closs Offi ces: Sec.-Trees. 3 Ralph McCredie Wilbur F.F.A. 5 Sandford Paul Wilcox "Sandy", French Cl. 3, Key Cl. 3-5, Hi -Y 4,5 : Re p. 5, S.C.A. 1-5, Socce r 4 ,5 : Co pt . 5, Trac k 1,3 Hall of Fame: Bill Tyler

Mary Susie Via " Sue", F.H .A. 1,2, Libra ry Cl. 3,4 : V. Pres. 4 , Red Cross Cl. 4 ,5: V. Pres. 5, F.B.L.A. 5 : Historian 5 Marian Dianne Wade " Dionne" , Co in Cl. 3, French Cl. 3, G.A.A. 4,5 Robert Wagner Rad io Cl. 5 Hall of Fame: Jeannette Southall James Linwood Sprouse "Jimmy", Red Cross Cl. 2,3, Monogram Cl. 5, Fellow Christian Athl etes 5, Football 3-5 Shirley Lorraine Stewart F.H.A. 1-3 : Pres. 3, French Cl. 2,3, Art Cl . 1-3, Honor Society 1-3, S.C.A. 2,3 Kat~tine Bates Street "Kym", F.T.A. 4, French Cl. 4,5 : Sec .-Trees . 5

Martha Jean Sudduth F.H.A. 2, F.B.L.A. 3-5 William George Tholmonn " Bill ", Bond Cl. 1-3, Radio Cl. 4 ,5, Rocket Cl. 3, Bond 1-5, Peer 5

John Thomas Walker " Tommy" , F.F.A. 1-4 Mary Frances Walker " Sis", Art Cl. 5 Barbara Sue Walton F.H.A. 1, F.B.L.A. 5 John W. Ward " Joc k", Mo th Cl. 3-5 : Rep. 4 ,5, Drama Cl. 1-3, Radio Cl. 4 ,5 : I.C.C. Re p. 4, Pres. 5, Peer 5 Linda Gayle Ward F.H.A. 1, Red Cross C. 2 Judith Ann Warren " Judi ", F.H.A. 4 ,5 : Homema ker Award 3, Youth Coun ci l 3, Highlight 4, 5 : Feature Edito r 5 Lucille Webb F.H.A. 1,5

Claudia Earle Thomas Drama Cl . 1-5, Lite rary Cl. 1-3, S.C.A. 2,3, Cheerleader 2-4 : Co-Head 2, Head 3

Catherine Marie Welsh " Cathy", F.H .A. 2, Red Cross Cl. 2 -5 : V. Pres. 4, 5

Wayne Edward Thomas Science Cl. 3 : Sec . 3, Literary Cl . 2, Bible Cl. 5, S.C.A. 2

Kathryn Jean Wesner " Kathy", Lat in Cl . 1,2, G.A.A. 2-5 : V. Pres. 5, S.C.A. 1, Basketball 2-5, Highl ight 4,5 : Sports Editor 4 , Business Mgr. 5, Quill & Scro ll 4,5

Annetta Jean Thompson Art Cl . 1, French Cl. 3, F.T.A. 5, S.C.A. 5, Homecoming Ct . 5 Katherine Jean Thompson " Kathy", Drama Cl. 3, Library Cl. 3, Moth & Science Cl . 3, French Cl. 3, F.B.L.A. 3, F.T .A. 2, S.C.A. 1, Basketball 1, Cheerleader 3 Roy Rogers Tomlin D.E. 5 Deborah Anne Tomlin " Debby" , Bible Cl. 1, French Cl. 3, F.T.A. 1, Bond Cl. 2-5 : Sec . 5, Bond 3-5, S.C.A. 5, Soft boll 3, Not. Honor Society 4,5 Thomas Barry Toms "Barry", Bond Cl. 1-5, Bond 4,5, S.C.A. 2, Football 2,3, Basketball 1-5 Louis Stephen Trunzo "Steve", V. I.C.A. 4 ,5 : V. Pres. 5, Football 2 .Sheila Ann Tucker Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Pep Cl. 2,3, French Cl. 3-5, Critique 4,5, Peer 4,5 : Academics Ed ., S.I.P.A. 4

Hall of Fame: Judi Warren


Kimberly Byrn Winter

"Ki m", Nursing Cl. 1, Latin Cl. 1,2, French Cl . 3,4, Tri- Hi-Y 2,3, S.C.A. 2,4,5, Basketball Mgr. 3,4, Bond 1-4 Judith Elaine Wood

"Judy", F.H.A. 1,2, Latin Cl. 3,4, Red Cross Cl. 3,4: Rep. 4 Susan Elaine Wood

Library Cl. 3, Red Cross Cl. 2-5: Rep. 3, Sec.Trees. 4, Pres. 5 Rose Marie Woodie

" Rosie", F.H.A. 1: Sec. 1, Red Cross Cl. 4,5: I.C .C. Rep. 5, Latin Cl. 2 Elizabeth Stone Woodruff

F.H.A. 1,2, Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Pep Cl. 3,4; Sec.Trees. 4, French Cl. 4,5, Critique 4,5, Drama Cl. 4,5, Thesp ians 4,5, Not. Honor Society 4,5, Not. Merit Scholarship- Commended, Girl 's State 4, Peer 5 Samuel Holt Woodson

"Holt", Stephen Cason Yowell

"Steve", French Cl. 4: V. Pres. 4, Key Cl. 3-5: Trees. 5, Pep Cl. 4,5 : Rep. 4, Thespian 5, Bond Cl. 2-5: Rep. 3, V. Pres. 4, Pres. 5, Bond 2-5, S.C.A. 3,5, Football 1-3, Track 1,2, Soccer 1, 4,5 : Copt. 5, Closs Offices: Pres. 5, Boy's State

James White and the Shades of Soul Of course one must shoot paper airplanes to gain admission to the Hall of Fame

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Hall of Fame: Steve Yowell

~ Hall of Fame: James White


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UNDERCLASSMEN the carefree years . . . Sophomores: fitting into a new environment testing, experimenting to find their own groove the drastic change from Big Man on Campus to the underdog again . . . Juniors: sharing the glory of being upperclass . . . but not the responsibility wondering what new thing to do with their time making their stab at the establishment the thought of being Seniors .. . t he only th ing getting them thru

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Juniors

Junior Class Officers: Steve Clark, Rep.; Darby Booker, Sec.;Jody Harri s, Pres.; Lorry Kent, V-Pres.

Acree, Ann Addington, Sora Agee, Bev Albert, John Allen, Carolyn Allen, Rebecca

Ammons, Beth Andrews, William Ashby, Steve Askew, Ana Aycock, John Banks, Pot

Boppert, Raymond Barbour, Theodore Barnett, Charles Botten, Ethel Beasley, Gory Belew, Judy

Bellomy, Harry Berkley, Barbaro Berthold, Sabine Bishop, Jamie Blackwell, Mary Blocker, Mary

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Booker, Darby Bosnick, Charles Brockett, Tyrone Bragg, Alan Bralley, Eri c Breede n, Judy

Brezinski , Ken Brochu, Joyce Broc k, Brenda Brookshire, Donny Brown, Barbaro Brown, Mi ke

Brown, Brown , Brown, Bruce, Bryant, Bryant,

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Bull, Diona Burnett, Go ry Burruss, Cro ig

Bush, Wando Butle r, Ga il Campbe ll, So ndra

Carpenter, Sidney Carr, George Carr, Lou ie

Carroll, Allen Cason, Lois Cassell, Lorry

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Chafin, Carl Chapman, Susan Clark, Candy

Clark, Debbie Clark, Steve Clements, Betty

Paulo Sheryl Wayne Kenny Norma Paul


Cohen, Wendy Cole, Marie Coleman, Bobby Coles, Ernest Conrad, Carter Cook, Caroline

Cooper, Cheryl Cooper, Rebecca Corle, Daryl Cosby, Anna Cox, Kevin Craig, Ann

Cramer, Gary Crawford, Donald Crenshaw, AI Crigler, Bill Crispe ll , Connie Critzer, William

Cronemyer, Susan Crowell, Charmine Da vidson, June

Davis, Brenda Davis, John Da vis, Reggie

Davis, Ruby Deane, Danny Dickerson, Ronnie

My mother said there'd be days like -this!

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Dickie, Beth Dillard, Dori s Dillard, Lisa Doherty, Frank Douglas, Ann e Douglas, Earl

Dulaney, Becky Dunni van, William Durham, Jean Durrer, Vickie Easter, Glen Easton, Peggy

Edwards, Robert Euban ks, Ruth Eubanks, Sharon Faust, Judy Feggans, Hazel Fisher, Ray

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Fitzgerald, Maril yn Fleshman , Ray Floyd, William

Fo rd, Karen Faster, Do nnie Faster, Susan

Fowler, Carey Fox, Jimmy Fax, Phylli s

Fraz ier, Patr icia Freda, Diane Gardne r, Ridgely

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German , Chip Gibson, Brenda Gibson, Deborah

Gibson, Debra Gibso n, Linda Gibson, Sheri


Gordon, Denise Goss, Scott Gough, Pot Graves, Judy Gray, Lyn Grimes, Harold

Grinde, Joan Hahn, Bill Hall , Greg Hall, Sonya Hammond, Terrell Harris, Barbaro

Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris,

Brenda Douglas Elsie Emma Jody Marie

Harris, Judy Harris, Sharon Harrison, Mike Hayslett, Ernest Heischmon , Kim Henderson , Ronnie

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A reflecting moment.

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Horne r, Lindo Horrocks, Bert

House , Bette Howard, Jacki e

Students display some of the wo rk they hove created.

Howard, James Howard, Vivian Hudson , Doug Huff, Rob Hughes, Montie Hunt, Anne

Huson , Julio Hvotum, Kjeld Jackson, Barbaro Jackson , Julian Jaeger, Margaret James, Phillip

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James, Robert Jenkins, Faye Jenkins, Tommy Jessup, Suzanne Johnson, Barbaro Johnson, Ben

Johnson, Mike Johnson, Phyllis Johnston, Robert Jones, Chris Jones, Joyce Jones, Mary

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Jones, Randy Jones, Sheay J ones, Shields

Judge , Robert Juui-Niel sen, Karen Kane, Theresa

Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil!

Katayama, Alyce Kent, Larry Kidd, Billy

Kindrick, Stephen Kirby, Dal e Kirby, Ginqer Knapp, Debbie Koch, Jimmy Koch, Nancy

Lam , Avo Lam, Barbara Lamb, Betty Lane, Preston Lawson, Milton Layman, Rex

Layne , Debbie Leake, David Leake, Ed Leake, Koren Leake, Mary Anne Lederman, Terry

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Lee, Laverne Levenson, Anne Lewis, Buddy Lewis, Sarah Lingle, Patricia Livesay, Ronnie

Loeser, Bo Logan, Angela Lord, Anna Loving, Linda Lowe, Vickie Luck, Berlinda

McAllister, Ha llie McCauley, Melvin McCauley, Jackie McDermott, Greg McDiarmid, Scott McGee, Diane

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McGraw, Tom McVey, Mary Beth Magnuson, Randy Mahanes, Sarah Maloney, Drew Manley, Pam

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Chuck Na ncy

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Marshall, Cat hy Marshall, Gary

Mart in, Rosemary Martin, Steve


Massey, Maupin, Mourer, Mowye,r, Mawyer, Melton ,

Ray Brenda Joyce Carolyn Connie Linda

Miller, Chris Miller, Martha Mills, Helen Mitchell, Norma Moon, Wesley Moore, Durwoad

Morris, Marris, Morris Morris, Morris, Morris,

David Earl Goil Harold Janet Janice

Morris, Kenneth Morris, Lizzie Morris, Pam Mowbray, Karen Munson, Janice Musgrove, Donna

Myers, Gene Nalley, Elliot

Nancy Phyllis

Nefos, Rosemary Nelson, George

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The athlete and the scholar.


New, Da vid Nottingham, Keith

O'T oo le, Diona Owen, Jane

Ownby, Harold Pace, George

When you wish upon a book.

Po rr, Steven Pa scoe, Rita Patterson, Koren Patterson, Virginia Pa yne, Eddy Payne, Sollie

Pe rrin, Sollye Pe rry, Ed Peterson, Matt Ph illips, Debbi e Philpot, Allen Pitts, John

Poole, Monte Jane Powell, Benny Preddy, Carl Price, Cathy Price, Christine Price, Gory

Pruett, Bi II Pugh, Emily Pugh, Mary Pullen, Jeff Quinn, Mike Raines, Eugene

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Raines, Warren Rainey, John Roque , Salley

Re id, Ida Res pess, Kay Rhodes, Kay

Rh odes, Steven Richardson , Jenny Roach , Janice

Happiness is a brand new bulletin board .

Robertson , Sondra Robinson, Florence Robinson , Randy Roller, Wayne Rush , Patricia Rutland , Barry

Ryalls, Stephen Sams, Jayne Samsel!, Sharon Sandidge, Nancy Sandridge, Della Sandridge, W ilma

Sanford Jack Sessoms, William Sewell, Susie Shelton, Benjamin Shifflett, Jennifer Shifflett, John

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Shifflett, Larry Showers, April Shutts, Allison Smith, Alex Smith, Dwight Smith, Gregory

Smith, Jimmy Smith, Sandra Smith, Tim Snowberger, Doug Sollars, Roxy Spencer, Pat

Spicer, Pat Sprouse, Charles Sprouse, Stewart Stovall, Ted Strickler, Bruce Strong , Alex

Sullivan, Kathy Sullivan, Lauro Sullivan, Linda Swisher, Charlotte Taylor, Donald Taylor, Pat

Junior Homecoming representatives on parade .

Taylor, Stella Taylor, Woodrow

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Templeton, Ivy Terry, Karl

Thigpen, John Thomas, Bruce


Thoma s, Carol Thomas, Moe

Thomas, J oan Thomas, Theodore Juni ors plan their pranks again.

Thompson, Frankie Th ompson, Sherman Th ompson, William Thurst on, Steve Titus, Pete Toms, Pot

Tuc ke r, Darby Turner, Nat Umbdenstock, Kathy Vondecastle, Lance Vanderlinde, Craig Vo scott, Bruce

Via, Alan Via, Velma Via, Wayne Vier, Karen Wakely, Susan Walker, Ray

Waller, Cary Walton, Bonnie Word, Eugene Wa scom, E. J . Washington, Betty Washington, Hilda

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Wesner, Gary Wetsel, Mary

White, Hazel Wilco~, Doug

Juniors campaign for class offices.

Wilheim, Lisa Wilkinson, Barbara Williams, Donald Wills, David Wills, Jacob Winston, Dorothy

Winter, Craig Wood, John Wood, Kenny Woad, Paula Woad, Sandra Wood, Wayne

Woodford, Mike Woodson, Carolyn Wright, Donald Wright, Joetta Wright, Nat Yates, James

Young, Connie Ziegler, Jeanne

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Sophomores Abbott, Martha Abbott, Peggy Abshire, James

Adams, Bil l Adams, Charles Allen, Libby

Sophomore Class Officers : Pete Zoulis, Pres.; W a yne Gentry, V-Pres.; Hope Shotwe ll, Sec., Ben Ma ri lla, Rep .

Allen, Mary Anderson, Frances An key, Candace

Armentrout, Kathryn Armstead, Edmonia Ashby, Michael Ayers Brenda Baber, Linda Baber, Nancy

Baber, Ricky Ba iley, Catherine Baily, Bill Bair, Angela Baker, Brad Baker, Gary

Baker, Marie Baldwin, Susan Banton, Sylvia Ba rbour, Debbie Barbour, Erick Barrell, Jane

Bates, Ernest Bates, Otto Bates, Raymond Batten, Grover Batten, James Beazell, Thomas

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Bell, George Bell, Teresa Benshoff, Lisa Berry, Ed Berry, Ann Bias, Jimmy

Birckhead, Sam Bishop, Tommy Blackburn, Sharon Blackwell, Billy Blakey, Pauline Blucher, Carol

Bomar, Mary Bowen, James Bowen, Janie Bowles, John Bowles Patricia Bra.c kett, Daniel

Brackett, Lucinda Bragg, Ester Bragg Kenneth Brooks, Diane Branson, Ernest Brown, Brenda

Brown, Brown, Brown . Brown, Brown, Brown,

Emanuel Granville Monica Olivia William William

Bryant Linda Bryant, Linda Bryant, Raymond Burnley, Barbara Burton, Jackie Burton, Mike

Byers, Davis Byers, Gloria Calloway, Gladys Camden, Nancy Camfield, Steve Campbell , Kenneth

Campbell, Linda Caperton, Mary Carey, Jack Carey, John Carr, Patricia Carrol l, Riley

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Corter, Brion Corter, James Corter, Steve Cason, Pamela Cason, Peggy Casteen, Denise

Chapman, Barbaro Charters, Stephen Childress, Dora Childress, Gregor; Christmas, Susan Clarke, Christopher

Clark, James Clarke, Paul Claytor, Rolph Cleveland, Judy Cobb, Thomas Cohen, Guy

Coleman, Daniel Coles, Broxton Coles, Kenneth Coles, Paulo Collier, Gayle Collier, Ronald

Collins, Connie Collins, Spurgeon Cooper, Joy Copeland, Marc Copeland, Rusty Corbett, Tim

Corcoran, Wi Ison Craddock, Howard Craddock, Petie Craig, Lucy Craig, James Creasy, Janet

Crenshaw, Larry Critzer, Christine Crunk, Ben Cunningham, Fay Daidone, Linda Dammann, Gibby

Daughtrey, Margie Davenport, Nan Davis, Ed Davis, Sue Davison, Joel Deane, Mike

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Dempsey, Deborah Dent, Forrest Dent, Juane

Do lan , Cathy Douglas, Hilda Douglas, Yvonne

~ Dowe ll, William Down ing, Robert Drumheller, Anna

J . V. Ch eerlea ders will do anything for support .

Drumheller, Debbie Dudley, Mike Dudley, Pat Dudley, Richard Fi sher, David Dulaney, Pat

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Enyeart, Linda Farish, Pamela Farley, M itchie Fields, Danny Fisher, Kenny Fitch, Roland

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Fleischhaue r, T om Fo rman, M ike Fox, Tom my Frazier, Gary Frazier, William Fredrick, Laura

Garcia, Roger Garletts, Kathy Garnett, Jimmy c~rrett, Steve Garrison , Brenda Garri son, Debra

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Garrison , Quinter Garth, Lucy Garth, Virginia

Gentry, Wayne Gerard, Julie Gerow, John

G bson, Charlie G bson, Clifford G bson, Judith

"Now, what do we do with him?"

Gibson , Martha Golden, June Goode, Janet Goode, Judith Goode, Virginia Goodwin, Lillie

Gordon, James Gray, Gary Gray, Judy Green, Frances Green, Daniel Gregg , Barbara

Grimes, Mary Hall, Janet Hall, Linda Hall, Mike Hammond, Brenda Hancock, Randell

Hanner, Vanessa Harlow, Roy Harris, 路 Chuck Harris, Cynthia Harris, Lynn Harris, James

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Harris, Joyce Harri s, Myrtle Harri s, Peggy Harri s, Ph il ip Hasenfus, Ray Hawkin s, J ohn

Hedgeman , Yvonne Henderson, David Henderson, Mary Henderson, Holt Hensley, Pam He rndon, Gilda

Herring, Barbaro Herr ing, Brenda He.rr ing, Dwig ht Hill , Carol Hippe rt, Debra Ho lmes, J oe

Hoover, Goil Horn e r, Marj orie Howe ll , Linda Huckstep, Fredr ick Huc kstep, George Hudson, Mary

Hu ghes, Janice Hughes, Wallace

Hurlburt, Da wn Hyman, Ann

~ Hyman , James Hyman, Mary

I Inga lis, Linda Ingerick, Don na

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Students strike instead of teachers at A. H. S.

Isma y, J o hn Jackson , Clarence Jackson , Jame s Jackso n, Lafa yette Jackson, Lawrence Janssen , Al ex

Jenkins, Kathy Jenkins, Ro y J ohnson, J oyce J ohnson, Judy J ohnson , Tucker J ones, Trinkle

Jones, J ones, J o nes, Jo nes, J one s, Jones,

Carol Debbie Debbie Kathy Lindo Sod ie

Juui-Nielsen, Carl Kauzlarich , Ann Ke ithley, Jud y Kelley, Vic k ie Kennedy, Charles Kennedy, J . R.

Kennedy, Steven Kennedy, Susan Kent, Brenda Kent, Robert Kerns, Owen Kirby, Delori s

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Kohl , Janis Knight, Edward Kirtley, Bruce Kirschnick , Kim Kirby, Hugh Kirby, Roy

Lam , Nancy Lam, Wanda Lamb, Wayne Kunin , Jean La verty, Martin Leake, Diane

Lee , Suzanne Levenson , J iII Lewis, Kathy Lewis , Rose Marie Lit tle , Libby Lohr, Pamela

Louden , Michael Louderback , Phylli s Lowe , Gary Lowry , Cindy Lucas, Jerry McAiphine, George

McCauley, George McDaniel, Gary McDaniel , Patricia McDaniel, Wilhelmina McGraw, .Debbie McVey, Rebecca

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Mahanes, Steve Mallory, Ronald Marilla, Ben Marsh, Carla Martin , Ernest Martin, Lester

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Marymo r, Leigh Massey, Linda Matysek , John Maup in, Edna Maupin , Wayne Maupin, Ron

Maw ye r, Phyllis Mawyer, William Means, Elaine Milgraum, Sandy Milius, Susan Miller, Anita

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Mille r, Harold Miller, Susan Miller, Suzanne Mills, Sollie Minton, Kirk Mitchell, Helen

Moo re, Moo re, Moore, Moo re, Morris, Morris,

Barbaro Keith Margaret Pau line Anita Barbaro

Morris, Morris, Morris, Morris, Mor ris, Morris,

Bobby Daniel Dione Lindo Patsy Reese

Morris, Rose Morri s, Steve Morrow, Barry Mo rton , Beth Mosby, Benjamin Moubroy, Betty

Moyer, Caro lyn Mueller, Jon Mundie, Jess ie Murphy, Maureen Murra y, ~eon Murray, Steve

An exam-just 3 minutes to cram!

Nosh, Mel vin Nay, Cecil

Nightengale, Debbie Noorda, John

Norford, Sharon Null , Pam

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Oder, Larry Ol ivia, Debbie Ordel, Bill

Osina, Tom Osvalds, Viestuvs Owens, Karen

Owens, Laura Pace, Dianne Pace, Gary

A sophomore demonstrates a frequ ent look of he sitation .

Pace, Non Pasternak, Steve Patterson, Larry Patterson, Susie Payne, ~argoret Payne, Jane

Phillips, Joan Pietsch, Becky Pollard, Katherine Polson, Randy Powell, Beverly Powell , James

Prescott, Susan Price, Wando Pritchett, Herbert Pritt, Carolyn Pritt, ~arilyn Proffitt, Eddie

Pruett, Nancy Pugh, Brenda Pugh, Charles Pugh, Linda Quarles, Darlene Raines, Janice

Raines, ~yrtle Roy, Savoia Reibman, Sara Reid, Don Reilly, Trish Rheaume, Crescent

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Happiness is the arri va l of th ird lunc h .

Rhode s, Betty Rice , Barbaro Richmond, Geraldine Rittenhouse, Lindo Ritter, Koren Roach , Carro ll

Robe rts, Ginger Roberts, J ohn Robertson, Roger Roge rs, B路rodley Romer, Tom Rosebe rry, David

Ryder, Pam Solley, Cynthia Somsel l, Darryl Sandridge, Brenda Sanders, Fronk Sonner, Jerry

Sonner, Terry Sopin, Robin Sawyer, Robert Sa.yl or, Nolan Scott, Mary Scott, Reginald

Seal , Paul Seiler, Penny Sheffield, Nancy Shelton, Robert Sherrard, Steve Sherwood, Jeff

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Shifflett, Shifflett, Shifflett, Sh ifflett, Shifflett, Shifflett,

Barbara Brenda Cheri Connie Gary Gary

Shifflett, Shifflett, Shifflett, Shifflett, Shifflett, Shifflett,

Judy Karen Kothy Larry Linda Myra

Shifflett, Pam Shifflett, Steve Shifflett, Sue Shisler, William Shotwell, Hope Simmons, Carol

Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith,

Barbara Charles Charles Lee Loui s Mike

Smith, Rachel Smith, Stanley Snead, Larry Sowe rs, Cindy Spencer, Dale Spencer, Mont ie

Ever felt li ke someone wos behind yo u?

Spencer, Roy Spicer, Sue Spradlin, Teddy

Sprouse, John Sprouse, Sherman Stark, Kenneth

Staton, Roger Steo rts, Jeff Stephens, Will iam

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Strother, Nel so n Sullivan, Debo rah Tate, Paul Ta ylor, Do ris Ta ylor, Grafton Ta ylo r, Sidney

Terell, Linda Teve ndale , Gary Thacker, Ray Tharp, Cynth ia Thoma s, Scott Thoma s, Wa yne

Thompso n, Earl Thompson, Teddy Thornton, Frank Thurston, Linda Timbe rlake, Gertrude Timberlake, J oan

T irrell , Thomas Tomlin, Robert Tomlin, Wayne Toms, Ruby Totty, Lynn T reakle, Sandra

Tremblay, Richard Tubbs, Phyllis Tucker, Paul Turner, Lana Valentine . Pam Vanderploeg, Malcolm The chorus roo m is al wa ys a source for ea rl y mo rning entertainment .

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Varner, Brenda Vernon, Stephen Vest, Charles

Vest, Lindo Via, David Via, Rebecca

Waddell, Addison Walker, Clyde Walker, Pam

Sophomores learn what work is all about.

Walker, Rachel Walker, Sterling Walton, Paul Word, Fronk Wascom, Charlotte Washington, George

Watson, Johnny Watson, Tommy Wells, Donald Wells, Margaret Wheeler, Brenda Wheeler, Pam

Whitcomb, Bunny White, Haywood White, Joe White, Wolter Whiting, Sondra Williams, David

Williams, David Williams, Michael Wilson, Ester Winston, Valerie Wood, Brenda Wood, Jeffery

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Wood, Oatis Wood, Trinlie Wood, Whitelor Woods, Tommy Woodson, Barbaro Wright, Carl ~

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Wright, John Wright, Syl via

Wyant, Jean W yant, Joe Young , Bill y

Zimmerman, Tim Ziock, Hans Zoulis, Pete

Sophomores show the ir enthusiasm at their first pep rally.

Now for the taste test!

Ester Wilson and Debbie Nightengale on parade as Sophomore representatives.

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KING & ROBERTS, INC.

ELECTRONIC CONCEPTS

1106 Rose Hill Dr.

Division of "Automatic Sprinkler Corp. of America"

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SEAL'S SINCLAIR 24-Hour Wrecker Service Open from 7:00 A.M . to 9 :00 P.M. Day Phone 823-4121

Night Phone 823-4836

General Electric- Goodyear

FIRST IN

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RADIO

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ANDERSON BROTHERS ll.BOOK STORE Inc.

Serving This Community Since 1876 Located at the University of Virginia

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EDWARD H. BROWNFIELD, INC. BUILDING CONTRACTOR BOX 733 Charlottesville, Virginia

STROMBERG-CARLSON Congratulates Albemarle High School Class of 1969

Compliments of

MIDWAY ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC.

RUDY'S [lfANING ~ OYf WORHS, IN[. 705 PRESTON AVENUE CHARLOTTESV I LLE, VIRGINIA

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BELLAIR GULF HOLIDAY ESSO SERVICE CENTER JERRY A. HARRIS, PROP.

No. 1 Phone: 295-9006 Holiday Dr.

No. 2 Phone: 293-3785 Rt. 29 N .

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Grilr s Hair Stylists WESTFIELD ROAD - RT. 29 NORTH (Opposite Monticello National Bank ) Telephone 973-3524

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Gl LMORE, HAMM, and SNYDER, INC.

"Extra Things of Service Without Extra Cost" 203 8th St. N.W.

Furniture for the Home and Office

293-8090 Charlottesville, Virginia

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AUTO PARTS

"JAY" stands for JEWELRY

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Dial 823-4021

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INCORPORATED JEWELERS e OPTICIANS CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA . BARRACKS ROAD SHOPPING CENTER 214 EAST MAIN STREET DOWNTOWN 1400 JEFFERSON PARK AVE. PARK LANE MEDICAL BLDG.


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- Slfll£ fflRnl Insurance Company 1001 fmmet Street Charlottesville

THE MICHIE COMPANY LAW PUBLISHERS CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA ESTABLISHED IN 1897

PROVIDING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN PRINTING AND EDITORIAL WORK

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RED FRONT MARKET

TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOP

Dia I 828-4325

Clothes for the Woman of Discriminating Taste

Crozet

Phone 295-5339 114 4th Street

Virginia

SNELLING and SNELLING

STUDIO ART SHOP 906 West Main Street

America's only National

Art Supplies

Personnel System

Art Galleries

Telephone 296-5563

STEVENS

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COMPANY

CHARL.OTT£5VILL.I:, VIRGINIA

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Sperry Marine Systems Division

SPERRY RAND CORPORATION Charlottesville, Virginia

UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SALON "At the Corner"

THE TWO THIRTEEN SHOP 213 Fourth Street, N .E. Char Iottesv ilie

MONTICELLO NATIONAL BANK

Gifts Greeting Cards

"Your Saturday Bank"

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KENNEY'S Located in Harrisonburg, Waynesboro, Staunton, and Charlottesville with Kenney-rific 19¢ Kenneyburgers

Compliments

of

CARRIAGE HOUSE Compliments of

RIO ROAD GULF AND SUPERETTE LOCATED iNTERSECTiON RT. 29 N 250 BY PASS

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RIDGE MARKET Crozet, Yo. 823-4565 Texaco Gas & Oi I Fresh Eggs & Groceries

Compliments of

PARKS FINANCE SERVICE, INC.

CHARLES Kl NG & SON, INC. Wholesale Grocers Since 1877 Charlottesville, Virginia Phone 295-9144

GRAY'S FLORAL GALLERY

Outstanding Career Preparation Fine Art Commercial Art

Barracks Rd . Shopping Center

Interior Design

296-2141

HOLDEN SCHOOL OF ART and

JEFFERSON PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE Secretarial

Compliments

Accounting

of

Business Management

HARLEY C. EASTER,

215 East High Street

REALTOR

Charlottesville

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Compliments of

REID'S SUPER SAVE MARKETS

Compliments of

SHOE CENTER 313 East Main St .

to the*' graduating class ~

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BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY

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MORTON FROZEN FOODS DIVISION ITT CONTINENTAL BAKING COMPANY, INC.

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UNIVERSITY BILLIARD

3rd and Jefferson Streets

PARLOR

Charlottesville, Virginia

Telephone 295-9970

Phone 296-7191 "O v er Seventy Years of Service"

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"Your Temporary Needs Are Our Business" • • • • • • • • • •

Chairs • Mise Serving Pieces Tables • Audio-Visual Equipment Tablecloths • Rollaway Beds Glassware • Baby Equipment Chinaware • Invalid Needs Platforms • Exercising Equipment Silver-Plated Pieces • Shampooers & Polishers Decorative Pieces • Camping Equipment Mise Equipment • Games Party and Wedding Specialists

•AARRO~r,. RENT ALLS

293-9177 1929 ARLINGTON BLVD. BARRACKS ROAD SHOPPING CENTER

Compliments of

UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

TILMAN'S

Supplies for Collegians

First in Junior Fashion at the "IN PLACE" Your Coordinators : Sara Addington, Celie Arnette, Gay Beitzel, Beccy Carr

For Over a Century Visit Our Record Department

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BOOSTERS Albemarle Players

lnterclub Council

American Personnel

Jefferson Coin Shop

Art Club

Key Club

Band Club

Latin Club

E. L. Booker

Library Club

Chess Club

Monticello Market

Mr. & Mrs . Arthu r Cook

Nursing Club

Cosner Brothers Body Shop

Mr. & Mrs. A

Critique

Mr . & Mrs . Ray Phillips

DECA

Senior French Club

Diana Shop

Mr. & Mrs . E. R. Sheffield

Future Business Leaders of America

Spanish Club

Future Teachers

Student Cooperative Association

G. A A

Mr. & Mrs . William Thomas

Albemarle Hi-Y

Tri-Hi-Y

Home Building Supply

Mr . & Mrs. Edward E. Woodruff

D. Owen

Yancy Lumber Company

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AND THE REST OF THE OFFICE STAFF FOR THEIR HELP.

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After the game is over ... one can not stop . .. there is no rest in life .. . the rest comes for those who are willing to go straight on to the next challenge . the rest being only in the mind . ..

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1969 peer final  

The 1969 yearbook for Albemarle High School of Charlottesville, VA.