The HAM '69
Smithfield High School
Table of Contents
Student Life 60
Editor — Susan Gilliam
Assistant Editor —
Business Manager —
Smithfield High School is com-
posed of many people today. These
students and teachers with their
shared memories and experiences
are the thread of our theme. Just
as a mirror reflects an image, so our
HAM is the pulse and the lifeblood
of our student body. It is to these
people, those who have been here,
you who are here now, and those
who are yet to come upon which the
’69 HAM is based.
These people are the spokes in the wheel of life at
Smithfield High School.
These people create the
life of Smithfield High
School . . . they are
the life of Smithfield
People .... teaching, lecturing, counseling . . .
deciding the punishment .... enforcing the
rules .... signing corridor passes, erasing black-
boards .... coaching the teams, counseling the
bewildered .... distributing forms, collecting
money .... holding class meetings .... mimeo-
graphing tests, grading papers, agonizing over
grades .... making us tomorrow’s leaders.
Gwaltney W. White, Jr., J. Edward Hall, Charles T. Darden, Mr. Jackson E. Reasor, Mr. J. G. Reveley,
Jr., Rufus H. Darden.
MR. JACKSON E. REASOR ;
As a four year principal at SHS, Mr. Richard
Saunders has worked zealously with the student
body. By working long hours both day and night,
he has made this school one of which we can all
Mr. Saunders graduated from Caroline County
High School, received B.A. degree from Ran-
dolph Macon College, and his Master of Educa-
tion degree from the College of William and
Mary. After he served as a teacher and coach in
Mecklenburg County, Mr. Saunders moved to
Smithfield where he served as a teacher, coach,
and assistant principal before becoming principal
of Smithfield High School.
The Senior Class expresses its sincerest appre-
ciation for Mr. Saunders’ tireless efforts in
leading us at SHS.
Entering his third year as assistant principal,
Mr. Charles England assumed his duties and
worked hard to make a good year.
Mr. England attended East Tennessee State
University where he received his B.S. degree. He
came to us from Jonesville High School, Jones-
Along with his duties as assistant principal,
Mr. England has coached the Varsity football
team with J.V. boys’ basketball team. He was a
co-sponsor of the Varsity Club.
As a real friend to the entire Student body,
the Senior Class expresses its appreciation to Mr.
England for his active interest in the welfare of
our school and its students.
Assuming her duties as our school secretary,
Mrs. Sara Cox proved indispensable in the effi-
cient running of school business. Each day she
was faced with working office machines, typing
letters and forms, or making announcements.
A graduate of Kee’s Costal Business College,
Mrs. Cox serves as secretary to the principal,
general purpose clerk to the entire school body,
As a real aid to the whole school, many
thanks go to Mrs. Sara Cox for her consideration
“Do you think I can get into college?”
“Are College Boards really that hard?”
These and many other questions were faced
by our guidance counselor, Mrs. Elizabeth B.
Rowell, who spent many hours in advising and
counseling students this year.
Throughout the year she has been an invalu-
able aid to all those with academic or personal
MRS. LOUISE CALDWELL B.S.
Government, U. S. History
Sponsor: Beta Club
MRS. CHARLOTTE GALE B.S.
Chemistry, U. S. History, English
MRS. ANNE MESITE B.A., B.M., M.M.
Hollins College, Yale University School of Music
Sponsor: Spanish Club, Chorus
MR. GENE BARLOW, JR. B.S., M E.
V.P.E, Iowa State University
Physics, Algebra I, General Math
Sponsor: Science Club
MRS. JEAN CLAYTON B.S.
Longwood College, College of William
Sponsor: Quill and Scroll
MRS. ALENE COX B.S.
Longwood College, V.P.I., College of
William and Mary
MRS. MARY B. HAVERTY B.S.
Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping
Sponsor: Pig’s Tale
MR. ROY AUSTIN B.S.
Algebra II, Geometry, Math 12
MISS KATHERINE BARKLEY B.S.
Sponsor: Cheerleaders, Monogram Club
MISS DINAH CLOUDE B.S.
Sponsor: Science Club
MRS. MARTHA GWALTNEY B.A.
Sponsor: Latin Club
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MR. JESSE ADDISON B.S.
R.P.I., College of William and
Mary, Old Dominion College
English, U. S. History
MRS. ERMA JO LANE B.S.
Eighth Grade Math, Science 9
MRS. VIRGINIA LYTTLE B.S., M.A.
Virginia State College, Hampton Institute, University of
Michigan, University of Virginia, Western Maryland College,
Norfolk State College
Eighth Grade Science
Sponsor: Science Club
MR. JENNINGS SPINKS B.M.
Madison College, College of William and Mary
Band, Music Appreciation, Guidance
Sponsor: S.C.A., Band, Audio-Visual Club
Eighth Grade Sponsors
MRS. E. LANE BEALE B.S.
Mary Washington College
General Business, Math 8
MR. CHARLES CHERRY B.S.
Elizabeth City State College, Duke University
World History, World Geography
MR. JIMMY DUELL B.A.
Chowan College, Atlantic Christian College
Assistant Football Coach, Baseball Coach
MRS. MARIE WILSON B.S., R.N.
Longwood College, College of William
and Mary, R.P.I., Stuart Circle Hospital
MR. PEYTON BARLOW
MRS. PATT1E ADAMS B.S.
Longwood College, College of
William and Mary
Sponsor: Library Club, Annual
MR. KENNETH EDWARDS B.S.
Boy’s Physical Education
Sponsor: Boy’s Varsity Basketball,
MR. J.W. GARRETT B.S.
Agriculture, General Mechanics
MR. MAFCOFM F. KING, JR. B.S.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Sponsor: Distributive Education Club
MR. W1FFIAM PEARSAFF B.A.
East Carolina University
Sponsor: Art Club
People . . . realizing the end of twelve years . . .
learning how a bill becomes a law . . . regretting
time wasted . . . breaking in the lunch line . . .
anticipating college acceptance . . . graduating
with eagerness or regret but graduating at last.
Senior Class Officers
LEONARD HILL COX . . . President . . .
Business Manager of “HAM” . . . 6’3” ... a
good basketball player.
ROBERT PATE TAYLOR III
ident . . . active in Future
thanks to his trailor.
. . Vice Pres-
Farmers . . .
MARY ELIZABETH WINSLOW . . . Secre-
tary . . . It’s nice to be natural when you’re
naturally nice . . . Assistant Editor of
CATHERINE LEE BARLOW . . . Trea-
surer . . . hard working and studious ... a
red Sunbeam, does it ever run?
LAURIE KAY ANDERSON . . . she’s a
legend in her own time . . . “Coolies”.
PAULETTE BATTEN ... An unmistakable
grin, she’s slender and thin.
ROGER LANE BEALE . . . Born to be
wild . . . Nags Head(?) . . . worked hard on
the winning floats.
DOROTHY JANE BELL ... a library enthu-
siast ... big Cadillac.
JAMES WESLEY BROWN . . . James
Brown(?) . . . “It’s not what you do that
counts, but what you get caught doing.”
BETTY SCOTT BUTLER . . . Love Potion
No. 9 . . . her future is marriage.
JAMES EDWARD COLSTON . . . frequently
found in Rich’s . . . Diego.
GINGER DIANE CROCKER ... a real
crazy girl . . . works in Simpson’s.
WALLACE RANDOLPH CROCKER, JR.
. . . Skinny and tall, but that ain’t all.
CAROL ANN CUNDIFF . . . future includes
ODC . . . quiet and considerate.
CURTIS LEE DARDEN, JR. ... big brown
eyes . . . top pole vaulter.
DEBORAH JEAN DOGGETT . . . Editor of
Pig’s Tale . . . striaght “A” student . . . SHS
owes her a lot.
CONSTANCE MARIE EDWARDS ... a
sweet, kind lass; tallest of our class.
STEPHEN TOTTY EDWARDS . . . SCA
President . . . singer of the “Accents” . . . red
MICHAEL LANE ELLIS . . . bass player of
the “Illusions” ... a real crazy guy.
RICHARD GOODSON GILL, JR. ... Num-
ber 83 . . . “Let’s get a quickie to Dickie!”
MARY LOU HALL . . . the mildest manner
and the gentlest talk.
SUSAN FRANCES GILLIAM . . . Editor of
“HAM” . . . “You’re jumping, Petie!” . . .
GLORIA MAURICE HILL ... a real home-
maker ... a pleasant girl.
LINDA RAYE HOLLEMAN . . . Brunette to
blond, her braces are gone . .. . Head Major-
GEORGE RANDOLPH HUBER . . . Polite-
ness costs nothing and gains everything.
SUE ANN HUTCHINSON ... She corre-
sponds with Uncle Sam.
DONNA ANN JOHNSON . . . Studying is ELEANOR FAYE JONES . . . “Freck-
the road to success. les” ... a good day’s work never hurt
KEITH STERLING JOYNER... BARBARA ANN LITTLE... “Home-
“Pounnie” ... big and tough. coming Queen” . . . Captain of Cheer-
leaders . . . “short and sweet”.
ROBERT JUDSON LITTLE III . . . donator THOMAS WAYNE LOGAN . . . smart as a
of the Senior “tub” ... a real hard worker. whip ... he holds a good future to anything.
VERA JANE McDONALD . . . Variety is the
spice of life.
SALLY DIANE MILLS . . . true friends nev-
er leave you . . . Art Club Sponsor.
SANDRA MINGIN . . . works in Little’s . . .
good-natured and nice.
MARGARET LEE MOODY . . . Burwelis
Bay is her home in the summer . . . Varsity
Girl’s Basketball Manager . . . always laugh-
PHYLLIS ANN NETHERLAND . . . “Is
“42” her number, too?” . . . plans to be a
ANNE WEBB ROBBINS . . . truly a color
ful girl . . . "WHOA, Baby!”
ROBERT ALAN OLIVER . . . “It don’t
phase me!” ... a relationship built on trust
and mutual understanding.
WILLIAM STANLEY PONTON ... Do
blondes really have more fun? . . . one of the
best in both football and track.
RONNIE LEE PREVATTE ... a good
dresser . . . “Get on up!”.
SYLVIA ANNE ROBERTSON. . .handy
with a needle and thread.
JOYCE MARIE ROWLAND . . . “Nice and
shy, 1 wonder why?”
BARBARA GRAY SAUNDERS...
“Booley” ... a cheerleader with a lot of
JO ANN SHEETS . . . she aspires to be a
MICHAEL GERALD SMITH . . . Gold
VW . . . “in a heartbeat” . . . “Good heav-
BEATRICE ANNE THOMAS ... a true
blond . . . “Who’s your favorite teacher?”
DEBORAH SUE TURNER . . . Drum Major-
ette . . . basketball star.
ANNA KATHERINE WATKINS . . . “Miss LARRY KEITH WHEELER . . . Remember
Republican” . . . platinum blond. summer school(?) . . . always sleeping.
WENDELL CHRIS WHITEHEAD...
“Chrishead” ... a hard worker on the
“HAM” ... “I always find my way home!”
HORACE LLEWELLYN WHITLEY . .
“Big 30” . . . “Whitley’s my name, govern
ment’s my game!”
BONNIE PATRICIA WILKES . . . “Is it true STEPHEN WAYNE WILLS . . . “He’s so
curls have more fun?” . . . Miss Secretary of little, can he really be a Senior?”
DAVID EUGENE WISE . . . Boy’s State ... a
good Math student.
DOCIA ANN WOOD . . . loves to read . . .
“Sold any good records lately?”
ELLEN BOLLING WOODARD . . . “Miss
Smithfield High School” . . . wicked
laugh ... a real smooth dresser.
CONNIE LEE WOOLMAN . . . “If I can’t be
near the boy I love, I love the boy I’m
THOMAS JEFFREYS ADAMS
LLOYD BARNES BATTEN
RICHARD JOHN BAKER
BILLIE SHULER DOUGHTY
LOUIS COWLING FIELDS
DONALD WAYNE GWALTNEY
LEWIS FRANKLIN KING, JR.
WESLEY ILLINOIS WOOTEN . . .“Illinois”
. . . crazy about the girls.
Oh! Those Seniors!
This deserves two HA! HA’S!
Oh! Those Seniors!
Look who’s getting “creamed.”
“Hey Wesley, how do you spell my name again?”
Remember when we ordered classrings?
“It don’t phase me!”
TOMMY ADAMS Transferred from Frederick Mili-
tary Academy 2; D.E. Club 2, 3, President 4;
Varsity Club 2; Audio Visual Club President 2;
Chorus 4; Varsity Football Manager 2.
LAURIE ANDERSON — Transferred from First Colo-
nial High School 3; Spanish Club 3, Secretary-
Treasurer 4; Quill and Scroll 4; S.C.A. 4; Annual
Staff 4; Scholastic Letter 3.
PATRICIA BAILEY - F.H.A. 1; Science Club 2;
Spanish Club 3, 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4;
Chorus 2, 4; Scholastic Letter 2, Star 3.
RICKY BAKER - Art Club 4; Spanish Club 4.
CATHY BARLOW — Latin Club 1, Vice President 2;
Science Club 2, 3; Beta Club 3, President 4; Pep
Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, Secretary 4; Quill and
Scroll 4; S.C.A. 4, Treasurer 3; Spanish Club 3, 4;
Pig’s Tale Staff 2, 4; Annual Staff 4; Scholastic
Letter 1, Star 2, 3; J. V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity
Cheerleader 2, Manager 4; Class Treasurer 2, 4.
BARNES BATTEN - F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4.
ROGER BEALE - Art Club 1 ; Science Club 2, 3, 4;
Spanish Club 2,3,4;Pig’sTale Staff 2, 3, 4; Annual
Staff 4; J.V. Football 2; Class President 3.
JANIE BELL - F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4;
Annual Staff 4; Girls’ Softball 3.
WESLEY BROWN - D.E. Club 3, 4.
BETTY BUTLER - F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; D.E. Club 2,3,4;
J. V. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Softball 3.
SUSAN CARTER - F.H.A. 1, 4; Library Club 3;
Annual Staff 4; Pig’s Tale Staff 4.
ROSE MARY COFER — Band 1 , 2, Outstanding Band
Member 2, Secretary 3, 4; Science Club 2, President
4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Monogram Club Reporter 4;
Pep Club 3, 4; Beta Club 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Pig’s
Tale Staff 3, Business Manager 4; Annual Staff 4;
Scholastic Letter 1, Star 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 3,
4; S.l.P.A. Convention 3; Girls’ State 3; One Act
Plays 2, 3; Chorus 4; W.G.H. Correspondent 4.
JIMMY COLSTON — Transferred from Blackstone
High School 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; D. E. Club 4;
Science Club 4.
RICHARD COOK - F.F.A. 4; D.E. Club 2, 3.
HILL COX — Band 1, 2, Captain 3, Sergeant 4; Latin
Club 1 , President 2; Beta Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 3,
4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Quill and
Scroll 4; S.C.A. 2, 4; Pig’s Tale Staff 2, 3; Annual
Staff 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Scholastic Letter 2,
Star 3; J.V. Basketball 1 ; Varsity Track 3, 4; Varsity
Basketball 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Boys’ State 3; Class
President 4; S.l.P.A. Convention 3.
DIANE CROCKER - Band 2; F.H.A. 1 , 2, 3; Art Club
2, 3; D.E. Club 3, Treasurer 4; F.N.A. 3, Vice
President 4; Annual Staff 4; Monogram Club 4;
Varsity Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4.
RANDY CROCKER — Band 2, Quartermaster 1 ; Latin
Club 1 , 2; Pep Club 3; Science Club 3, 4; D.E. Club
CAROL CUNDIFF — F.H.A. 1, Parliamentarian 2,
Reporter 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Beta Club Vice
President 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Pig’s Tale Staff 2, 4;
Annual Staff 4; S.C.A. 3; Scholastic Letter 1; One
Act Play 2.
CURTIS DARDEN - F.F.A. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2,
3, 4; Varsity Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 4.
JEAN DOGGETT - F.H.A. 1 ; Science Club 2, 3; Latin
Club 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Monogram Club, Secretary-
Treasurer 3, President 4; Volunteens 3; Spanish
Club 3, 4; S.C.A., Vice President 3, Program
Chairman 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Annual Staff 4;
Scholastic Letter 1, Star 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 1,
2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Girls’ Softball 3, 4; Varsity
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; S.l.P.A. Convention 3.
CONNIE EDWARDS - Band 3, 4; F.H.A. 1 ; Science
Club 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Pep
Club 3; Pig’s Tale Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Scholastic
Letter 3; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Forensic Meet
STEPHEN EDWARDS - Varsity Club 3, 4; Pep Club
3; Spanish Club 4; Audio-Visual Club 4; Science
Club 4; S.C.A. President 4; Annual Staff 4; J.V.
Football 1, 2; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity
Track 3; Class Vice President 2; Boys’ State 3.
MIKE ELLIS - F.F.A. 1, 2; D.E. Club 2; Art Club 4,
Vice President 3; Varsity Club 4; Chorus 4; J.V.
Football 1 ; Varsity Football 4.
LOUIS FIELDS — Transferred from Edmondson High
School, Baltimore, 3.
DICKIE GILL - Varsity Club 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4;
J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity
Baseball 2, 4.
SUSAN GILLIAM — Science Club 2; Spanish Club 2,
3, 4; Library Club President 3; Art 4; Pig’s Tale
Staff 2, 3; Annual Staff 3, Editor 4; J.V. Basketball
1, 2; Class Treasurer 1 ; SIPA Convention 3.
DONALD GWALTNEY - F.F.A. 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3;
Varsity Club 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Varsity Track 1 , 2.
MARY LOU HALL — Library Club 3; Spanish Club 3,
4; Pep Club 3; F.H.A. 4; Pig’s Tale Staff 4; Annual
Staff 4; Girls’ Softball 3.
GLORIA HILL — Transferred from Westside High
School 2; F.H.A. 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4.
LINDA RAYE HOLLEMAN — Band 1 ; Spanish Club
3, 4; Library Club, Vice President 3; Pep Club 4;
Annual Staff 4; J.V. Basketball 1,2, 3; Majorette 1,
2, 3, Head Majorette 4.
GEORGE HUBER - Band 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Latin
Club 2, 3; Beta Club 3; S.C.A. 2, 4; Science Club 3,
4; Quill and Scroll Vice President 4; Annual Staff 4;
Scholastic Letter 1 ; J.V. Basketball 2.
SUE HUTCHINSON — Transferred from Moodus,
Connecticut 2; F.H.A. 2; D.E. Club 3, 4; Pig’s Tale
Staff 4; Annual Staff 4.
DONNA JOHNSON D.E. Club 3; F.N.A. 4; Chorus
BUCKY JONES - Band 1, 2; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish
Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Pig’s Tale
Staff 4; Annual Staff 4.
BUTCH JONES - D.E. Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4;
J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; J.V.
FAYE JONES - D. E. Club 3, 4; Chorus 1 .
KEITH JOYNER - F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1,
2, 3, President 4; Chorus 3,4; Varsity Football 1 , 2,
3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1 .
L. F. KING - Varsity Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; D.E. Club 4; J.V.
Football 1; Varsity 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; J.V.
Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Track 2; Varsity Baseball 4.
BARBARA LITTLE — Science Club 2, 3; Beta Club 3,
4; Spanish Club 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Monogram Club
4; Quill and Scroll 4; Pig’s Tale Staff 2, 3, Assistant
Editor 4; Annual Staff 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3,
Captain 4; Homecoming Queen 4.
Barbara seeks revenge!
BOBBY LITTLE - D.E. Club 3, 4, Parliamentarian 2;
Audio-Visual Club 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Varsity
Football Manager 2, 3, 4.
WAYNE LOGAN - Science Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 4;
Quill and Scroll Secretary-Treasurer 4; S.C.A. 4;
Scholastic Letter 1 , Star 2, 3, 4.
SALLY MILLS - Transferred from Nathan Hale High
School 3; Art Club 3, 4.
SANDRA MINGIN - D.E. Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4.
MARGARET MOODY - F.H.A. 1 ; Spanish Club 2,3,
4; Monogram Club 2, 3; Library Club 3; Art Club 4;
Volunteens 3, 4; Science Club 4; J.V. Basketball
Manager 1 ; Varsity Basketball Manager 2, 3.
PHYLLIS NETHERLAND Transferred from Great
Bridge Junior High School 2; D.E. Club 2, 3,
Secretary 4; F.H.A. 2, 3; Art Club 3; Homecoming
BOB OLIVER Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3;
Spanish Club 4; Art Club Treasurer 4; Science Club
4; S.C.A. 4; J.V. Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2,
3, 4; J.V. Football 1; Class Vice President 1; Class
BILL PONTON — Varsity Club 2, 3, Vice President 4;
Art Club 3, President 4; D.E. Club 3, Vice President
4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 3, 4;
Varsity Baseball 4.
RONNIE PREVATTE — Transferred from Warwick
High School 2; Art Club 2, President 3; D.E. Club 2;
Chorus 2, 3, President 4.
ANNE WEBB ROBBINS - Science Club 2, 4, Vice
President 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4;
Beta Club Historian 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Volun-
teens 3; Pig’s Tale Staff 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4;
Scholastic Letter 1, Star 2; J.V. Basketball 1;
Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary, 2.
SYLVIA ROBERTSON - F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4.
JOYCE ROWLAND - F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Historian 4;
F.N.A. 3, Secretary 4.
BARBARA SAUNDERS - Spanish Club 2, 4, Vice
President 3; Science Club 2, 3; Monogram Club 3, 4;
Pep Club 3, 4; Quill and Scroll President 4; Annual
Staff 4; J.V. Basketball 1; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4;
Homecoming Princess 4.
JO ANN SHEETS — F.H.A. 2, Historian 3, Reporter 4;
F.N.A. 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4.
MIKE SMITH - Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3;
D.E. Club 3; Art Club Vice President 4; J.V.
Football 1; J.V. Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2,
Tri-Captain 3, Co-Captain 4; Varsity Track 2; Class
President 1 .
ROBBIE TAYLOR — F.F.A. 1, 4, Treasurer 2,
President 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 3;
Varsity Baseball 2, 3; Varsity Track 3, 4; Class Vice
President 3, 4.
ANNE THOMAS - F.H.A. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4.
DEBBY TURNER - Band 1, 2, Drum Major 3, 4;
Monogram Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 3; Spanish Club 3,
4; Pep Club 3, 4; Pig’s Tale Staff 3; Varsity
Basketball 1 , 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Girls’ Softball 3, 4.
ANNA KATHERINE WATKINS - F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
LARRY WHEELER - F.F.A. 1; D.E. Club 4; Science
CHRIS WHITEHEAD - Spanish Club 3, 4; Science
Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Audio-Visual Club 3, 4;
Scholastic Letter 1.
HORACE WHITLEY — Transferred from Westside
High School 1; Varsity Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4;
J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity
Track 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 4.
BONNIE WILKES - F.H.A. 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4.
STEVE WILLS - D.E. Club 4.
BETH WINSLOW - Latin Club 3, President 4; S.C.A.
3, 4, Secretary 2; Science Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3,
Secretary 4; Volunteens 3; Monogram Club 4; Quill
and Scroll 4; Pig’s Tale Staff 3, 4; Annual Staff 3,
Assistant Editor 4; Girls’ Softball Manager 3; Home-
coming Princess 2; Class Homecoming Sponsor 4;
Class Secretary 3, 4; Girls’ State 3; D.A.R. Award 4.
DAVID WISE — F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, President 4; Spanish
Club 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Beta Club 4;
Audio-Visual Club 3; First place in Math Actuaries
ANN WOOD - F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; D.E. Club 2, 3, 4;
F.N.A. 3, 4; Annual Staff 4.
ELLEN WOODARD — Transferred from Surry Aca-
demy 2; Volunteens 3; Pep Club 4; Art Club 4;
Annual Staff 4; Miss Smithfield High School 4.
CONNIE WOOLMAN - F.H.A. 1, 3, 4, Chaplain 2;
Pep Club 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Volunteens 4; Pig’s
Tale Staff 4; Annual Staff 4.
WESLEY WOOTEN — Transferred from Westside High
School 2; Chorus 4.
Homecoming Queen, Barbara Little.
People . . . being sized for classrings . . . watching
TV . . . and studying for a semester exam at the
same time . . . participating in extracurricular
activities . . . voting for a new SC A . . . dissecting
a frog . . . laughing, giggling, pushing, shov-
ing .. . cheering a winning or losing team but
cheering a team . . . wondering how next year
will differ from the last.
CLASS OFFICERS: Mike Delk, Treasurer; Tommy Jones, Vice President; Charles
Edwards, President; Sue Scott, Secretary.
Mary Sue Clayton
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Lea Beth Duncan
Charles Edwards, Jr.
Va. Lee Huff
CLASS OFFICERS: Patricia Crocker, Secretary; Donald Gale, President; Kippe
Jones, Treasurer; Susan Driver, Vice President.
Mary M. Petrino
C. J. Thompson
CLASS OFFICERS: Tom Oliver, President; Marilyn Saunders, Secretary; Fuzzy
Gwaltney, Treasurer; Gene Gill, Vice President.
Mary Lou Edwards
Linda Sue Carroll
CLASS OFFICERS: Donna Smith, Treasurer; Patty Barlow, Secretary; Charles
Jones, President; Cindy Kitchen, Vice President.
Mary Lynn Jackson
Lloyd Rea Johnston
Emily Anne Jones
Lu Ann Martin
G. K. Nelms
T. P. Winslow
People . . . acting in plays . . . getting class
rings . . . attending the games . . . rushing to class,
to meetings, to ulcers . . . going to assemblies . . .
waiting for weekends . . . Monday morning
blahs . . . looking forward to pep rallies, and the
spirit stick . . . looking forward to everything.
Presidential Headquarters of SHS.
Keeping in the spirit of the 1968 presidential election, SHS held its own mock elections. Approximately 450
Packers registered a week ahead of the November 1 election. Not only did the Packers vote for President and Vice
President but also for their congressional representative and the $81 ,000,000 educational referendum.
The results? The majority ruled in favor of Wallace for President, Watkins Abbitt for Congressional representative
and in favor of the educational referendum.
Bobby contemplates as to who will get his lucky vote.
Mrs. Caldwell’s classroom gets wallpapered in campaign
Juniors Receive Classrings
A Balfour representative took class ring orders.
“Mine’s aquamarine, size 7!” “Did you get a crest?”
Excited Juniors showed pride after receiving their class rings in December (just in time
for Christmas). Having waited almost two months, the Juniors proudly displayed the
coming of a new decade with a new Senior class, for engraved on their rings was -
An atmosphere of excited confusion.
Walls at SHS were covered in signs made by busy campaign- Voters line up to cast their ballot,
After a competitive week of campaigning, the S.C.A. elections were held last March 29, 1968. The school’s hallways
were covered with campaign signs and posters, and the whole student body was alive with excitement. Four boy candidates
triumphed over their girl opponents, asserting male supremacy at SHS. The new S.C.A. officers were Stephen Edwards,
President; Danny Smith, Vice President; Joe Gale, Secretary ; and Charles Edwards, Treasurer.
“All Around School”
Winners of the FHA initiations.
There’s a mouse on the floor!
The Pep Rallies this past year at SHS were a mass of yelling students and waving arms. School
Spirit surmounted all previous years. The separate classes strained their vocal chords to compete
for the Spirit Stick, an honor given to the class displaying the most school spirit. SHS sincerely
thanks the cheerleaders for promoting such enthusiastic spirit this past year.
“Stand up and shout - we are the Mighty Packers!”
The Junior Class was just one of the many classes to win the
Senior Class displays School Spirit in Pep Rallies.
Now, hereeeeeee’s Dicky!
One of the SCA council's main functions was to hold monthly assemblies. Jean Doggett, a
senior member, was the program chairman. Assemblies have ranged from a concert by the
Continental Army Bank to a fashion show by the Home Economics Department. Several clubs
sponsored these assembly programs.
Beth Winslow was awarded the DAR Award by Mr.
Carol Cundiff was awarded the Betty Crocker Homemaker’s
Award by Mr. Saunders.
“All Around School”
Monday morning blahs.
People .... acting in plays .... filling boxes
of food . . . selling, selling, selling to raise
money .... taking pictures, writing copy, put-
ting a year on paper .... holding mock elec-
tions .... showing movies, checking out
books .... striving to make society a little bit
Student Cooperative Association
The Student Cooperative Association worked hard during the year to promote school
spirit and citizenship. The members present the assembly and morning devotions. They
sponsored the one-act plays and the entrants to the forensic meet. They also assisted the
elementary teachers in the instruction of physical education. The S.C.A. published the
literary magazine for the second year.
PRESIDENT, Steven Edwards. FIRST ROW: Danny Smith, Laurie Anderson, Cathy Barlow, Jean Doggett, Wayne Logan,
Bob Oliver. SECOND ROW: Debbie Nelms, Va. Lee Huff, Margaret Moody, Sally Little, Linda Saunders, Terry Crocker,
Marilyn Saunders. THIRD ROW: Joe Gale, Billy Hutchens, Johnny Love, Mike Delk. STANDING: Hill Cox, Charles
Edwards, Randy Baldwin, Mac Gale, Nancy Driver, Bucky Groves, Ronnie Jenkins, Beth Winslow.
Represented School Body
Delegates attended the district meeting at Bayside High School in Virginia Beach.
To raise money for its activities, the S.C.A. sold SHS penants and held a car wash and
Steven Edwards, PRESIDENT; Danny Smith, V. PRES.; Charles Edwards, TREAS.; Joe Gale, SEC.
SITTING: Bobby Little, Bucky Jones, Ellen Woodard, Ann Robbins, Ann Wood, Linda Holleman, Diane Crocker, Janie Bell, Connie
Edwards, Susan Carter, Laurie Anderson, Mary Lou Hall, Sue Hutchinson. STANDING: Jo Ann Sheets, Cathy Lee Barlow, Jean
Doggett, Barbara Little, Steven Edwards, Mrs. Adams, SPONSOR: Robbie Taylor, Barbara Saunders, Carol Cundiff, Connie
Woolman, Rosy Cofer.
The Smithfield Annual Staff worked hard and
diligently to meet deadlines despite certain con-
fusion at times. Most of the work was done after
school and on weekends. The photographers
were kept busy taking candid shots while the
copy writers were busy trying to think up new
and interesting ideas. The business staff was in
charge of searching towns for ads and selling
Hill Cox, Business Manager; Beth Winslow, Assistant Editor; Susan
Gilliam, Editor; Mrs. Pattie Adams, Sponsor.
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Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Pattie Adams,
the HAM Staff worked hard to give a picture of
life at Smithfield High School during the past
JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: Louise Chapman, Editor; A1 Under-
wood, Business Manager; Angie Joyner, Assistant Editor.
Pig’s Tale Staff
Jean Doggett, EDITOR; Barbara Little, ASSISTANT EDITOR; Rose Mary Cofer, BUSINESS
Margaret Moody, SPORTS EDITOR; Sue Scott, Kippe Jones, SPORTS WRITERS.
Pig’s Tale Staff
The Pig’s Tale is the informative school paper
published six times each year by members of the
student body. It keeps students up-to-date on the
activities of various clubs and on the school
functions as it gives staff members journalistic
The Pig’s Tale (now in its 21st year) under the
able leadership of Jean Doggett, Barbara Little
and Rosie Cofer strives to be a bigger and better
paper than ever. Special recognition should be
given to Mrs. Mary B. Haverty who serves as
sponsor and supervisor of the production.
FIRST ROW: Beth Winslow, Terry Garner, Louise Chapman. SECOND
ROW: Connie Jenkins, Cathy Barlow, Mary Sue Clayton. THIRD ROW:
Joe Gale, Anne Robbins, Carol Cundiff. FOURTH ROW: Danny Smith,
FIRST ROW: Bobbi Lane, Carolyn Jones, Susan Carter.
SECOND ROW: A1 Underwood, Connie Edwards, Mary
Lou Hall, Angela Joyner, Patricia Crocker, Sue Hutchin-
Betas decorated doors
SITTING: Linda Saunders, Peggy Moffitt, Louise Chapman, Mrs. Caldwell, SPONSOR; Wayne Logan,
Ann Robbins, Connie Jenkins, Va. Lee Huff. STANDING: Debbie Nelms, Jean Doggett, Carol
Cundiff, Charles Edwards, Johnny Love, David Wise, Rosy Cofer, Cathy Lee Barlow, A1 Underwood.
OFEICERS: Carol Cundiff, V.
PRES.; Cathy Lee Barlow, PRES.;
Mrs. Louise Caldwell, SPONSOR:
Connie Jenkins, SEC.-TREAS.
The purpose of the Beta Club is the promotion of
the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership and to
reward meritorious achievement.
What an ironic comparison!!
The club sponsored the annual “Beta Capers” in
November which proved a great success. They deco-
rated the doors in the high school at Christmas, and in
March the Beta members and their sponsor attended
the State Beta Convention in Richmond.
Under the leadership of Mrs. Louise Caldwell, the
Club promoted projects as a means of service to others.
How about a Hawaiian Punch?
Members are selected from Juniors and Seniors who
have achieved academic excellence and have shown
outstanding leadership abilities. To be chosen for
membership a student must maintain a “B” average in
academics and meet the approval of the faculty and
Jean, we’ve got to stop meeting like this!
The requirements for membership make the
Quill and Scroll an international honor organiza-
tion. Members are selected from the Junior and
Senior classes who have shown an outstanding
ability in the field of journalism and who rank in
the upper one-third of their classes.
Proceeds from the selling of Halloween candy
went towards a hundred dollar scholarship for a
Under the leadership of Mrs. Jean Clayton,
the Quill and Scroll strived to promote jour-
nalism and made the year a great success.
George Huber, V. PRES.; Barbara Saunders, PRES.; Wayne Logan,
Quill and Scroll Club
KNEELING: Patricia Bailey, Laurie Anderson, Jo Ann Sheets, Rosy Cofer, Connie Woolman. SITTING: Connie
Edwards, Ann Robbins, Cathy Barlow, Mrs. Jean Clayton, SPONSOR; Jean Doggett, Barbara Saunders, Susan
Gilliam, Barbara Little. STANDING: Bonnie Wilkes, Carol Cundiff, Hill Cox, George Huber, David Wise, Wayne
Logan, Beth Winslow.
The Library Club was comprised of stu-
dents who helped in seeing that books were
available to students for both pleasure and
Much of the routine desk work in the
circulation of books was done by these
students, thus freeing the librarian who
helped students find their needed reference
Diane Powell, PRES.; Mrs. Adams, SPONSOR; Robbie Cutchins, SEC.;
Terry Good, V. PRES.
STANDING: Glenda Owney, Debbie Latham, Jo Ann Sheets, Carolyn Jones, Viki Wilson, Wanda Moyers, Peggy
Moffit, Debbie Mountjoy, Katherine Edwards, Mrs. Adams, Sharon Ward, Diane Edwards, Phyllis Goodrich,
Judy West, Donna Moose. SITTING: Becky Duck, Lydia Cave, Leona White.
Romans Ideals and Adventures
The Latin Club of SHS, under the Leadership of
Mrs. Martha Gwaltney, proved to be very successful
this year in promoting a greater interest in the
language and culture of ancient Rome.
Meetings, held once a month, centered around
various topics which made the members of the club
more appreciative of the Ancient Romans and the
influence which they have on our lives today.
New members are initiated each spring by mas-
querading as Roman gods and goddesses. A banquet
for old members was held after mid-term examina-
tions, and a beach party for both new and old
members was put on at the end of the year.
Dale Bucher, TREAS.; Mary Margaret Patrino, SEC.; Joe
Gale, V. PRES.; Beth Winslow, PRES.
KNEELING: Dale Bucher, Cassandra Barnes. SITTING: Mary Margaret Petrino, Sue Davis, Robin Cox,
Mrs. Gwaltney, SPONSOR; Karen Barlow. STANDING: Beth Winslow, Joe Gale, Jimmy Pape, Kip
Jones, Steve Jones.
The Spanish Club, sponsored by Mrs. Anne Mesite, promotes
interest in the Spanish language and its customs. Membership is
open to all second year students and first year students who have a
The club entered a float in the Homecoming parade and held a
slave sale. At the end of the year the new members gave the annual
banquet for the old members.
A1 Underwood, PRES.; Mrs. Anne Mesite, SPON-
SOR; Laurie Anderson, SEC.-TREAS.; Mike Dog-
gett, V. PRES.
FIRST ROW: Jean Doggett, Sue Scott, Carolyn Jones, Terry Good, Janie Bell, Barbara Little, Linda Holleman,
Debbie Nelms. SECOND ROW: Susan Gilliam, Patricia Bailey, Sharon Ward, Connie Edwards, Mary Lou Hall,
Cathy Barlow, Barbara Saunders, Ann Robbins, Sally Little. THIRD ROW: Peggy Moffitt, Frances Williams,
Bubba Hundley, Chris Whitehead, Debby Turner, Margaret Moody. FOURTH ROW: Tom Mills, Hill Cox, Brad
Austin, Mike Smith, David Wise. FIFTH ROW: Charles Edwards, Ricky Baker, Bob Oliver, Dicky Gill. SIXTF1
ROW: Steven Edwards, Ronald Jones, Raymond Herrmann, Larry Brown, Danny Smith.
The Monogram Club, sponsored by Miss
Katherine Barkley, consisted of girls who
had lettered in basketball or cheerleading.
The main objective of the club was to
promote greater interest in girls athletics and
to create good school spirit and sportsman-
ship at SHS.
The girls supplied drinks for the cheer-
leaders and oranges for the football games,
and they ordered flowers for the Home-
coming Queen and her court. The club
members proudly wore their blue blazers
with the Monogram and school emblem on
STANDING: Jean Doggett, PRES.; Miss Barkley, SPONSOR; Cathy
Barlow, SEC.; Rosy Cofer, REPORTER. KNEELING: Virginia Huff,
FIRST ROW: Donna Nelms, Vicki Crocker, Richie West, Judy Crocker, Bessie Price.
SECOND ROW: Virginia Huff, Beth Winslow, Barbara Saunders, Barbara Little. THIRD
ROW: Anne Robbins, Margaret Moody, Debby Turner.
Sponsored by Mr. Jimmy Duell, Mr. Kenneth
Edwards, and Mr. Charles England, the Varsity
Club has long been a club to recognize boys who
have shown outstanding athletic ability.
This year the Varsity Club consists of thirty
to thirty-five members. Membership is open to
those boys who have lettered in varsity football,
basketball, baseball, or track.
Mike Smith, SEC-TREAS.; Bill Ponton, V. PRES.; Mr. England,
SPONSOR; Keith Joyner, PRES.
FIRST ROW: Billy Hutchins, Danny Smith, Robbie Taylor, Bob Oliver, A1 Underwood, Ronald Jones,
Bobby Little. SECOND ROW: Gene Gill, Keith Joyner, Dickie Gill, Bill Ponton, Rhae Skinner,
Carlton Mitchell, L. F. King, Doug Barrett. THIRD ROW: Wayne Nurney, Raymond Herrmann,
Johnny Love, Mike Smith, Donald Gwaltney, Hill Cox, Dean Spady, Curtis Darden. FOURTH ROW:
Larry Brown, Mike Watkins, Tommy Jones, Woody Chapman, Butch Jones, Stephen Edwards, Mike
Ellis, Mike Delk.
Picasso or Rembrandt Anyone?
Mr. William Pearsall, SPONSOR: Rhae Skinner, SERGEANT
OF ARMS; Danny Smith, SEC.; Bill Ponton, PRES.: Mike
Smith, V. PRES.; Bob Oliver, TREAS.
The purpose of the Art Club is to promote a greater
interest in art among the students of the school. Under
the sponsorship of Mr. William Pearsall, this has been
proven true. All art students who maintained a “C”
average were eligible for membership.
FIRST ROW: Jimmy Stoup, Ricky Baker, Martin Downey, Stowe Murphy, Brian Woodard, Len Thacker, Keith Dunning.
SECOND ROW: Nancy Driver, Debbie Dalton, Cynthia Massey, Ellen Woodard, Claudette Lewis, Jane McDonald, Susan
Jesse, Katharine Watkins, Ann Thomas, Mr. Pearsall, SPONSOR. THIRD ROW: Margaret Moody, Nancy Griffin, Susan
Gilliam, Nancy Batten, Becky Duck, Va. Lee Huff, Sally Mills, Bob Oliver. FOURTH ROW: Danny Smith, Chuck Griffin,
Charles Fuquay, Tom Oliver, Rhae Skinner, Bill Ponton, Mike Smith, Mike Ellis.
The Science Club has done much in cultivating a
greater interest in the field of science for its members.
Under the direction of Mr. Gene Barlow, the
Science Club was affiliated with the Virginia Junior
Academy of Sciences at VP1.
Membership was open to those wishing to obtain
outside knowledge in science and who had previously
taken science courses in school.
The Science Fair, held each year, was one of the
clubs major projects. The capability of the students of
the club was shown by their excellent organization of
the fair and their exhibits.
Debbie Nelms, V. PRES.; Sue Scott, TREAS.; Rosy
Cofer, PRES.; Mary Margaret Petrino, SEC.
FIRST ROW: Sue Davis, Dale Bucher, Bobbi Lane, Marilyn Saunders, Sue Gale, Totty Edwards, Janie
Bell. SECOND ROW: Beth Winslow, Debbie Dalton, Francis Williams, Jackie Jones, Cindy Eley,
Barbara Little, Linda Saunders, Chris Whitehead, Carolyn Jones. THIRD ROW: Joe Huff, Cassandra
Barnes, Patricia Crocker, Virginia Huff, Robin Cox, Randy Crocker, Larry Wheeler. FOURTH ROW
George Huber, Ricky Jennison, Steve Jones, Kip Jones, Jimmy Colston, Wayne Logan. FIFTH ROW:
Hill Cox, Jimmy Groves, Margaret Moody, Jean Doggett, Anne Robbins, Karen Barlow, Bucky Jones,
The main purpose of the D. E. Club is to develop
future leaders for marketing and distribution.
As well as attending the Virginia State Conference,
the club also participated in the D.E. Fall Rally and
the district meet.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Malcom King, the
club also sponsored the Miss Smithfield Beauty
Pageant for the fourth consecutive year.
Diane Crocker, TREAS.; Bobby Little, Parliamentarian; Billy
Hutchens, Promotion Manager; Tommy Adams, PRES.; Bill
Ponton, V. PRES.; Phyllis Netherland, SEC.
FIRST ROW: Betty Miller, Viki Wilson, Betsy Price, Sue Lanz, Regina Davis, Billie Schuler. SECOND
ROW: Debbie Mountjoy, Richie West, Betty Butler, Virginia Hundley, Wanda Moyers, Debbie Latham.
THIRD ROW: Phyllis Richards, Faye Jones, Leona White, Sue Hutchinson, Sandra Mingin, Donna
Mingin, Brad Austin. FOURTH ROW: Johnny Netherland, Wesley Brown, Jane MacDonald, Ann
Wood, Ronald Jones, L. F. King, Billy Edwards, Dale Roeder. FIFTH ROW: Larry Wheeler, Randy
Crocker, James Colston, Larry Brown, Butch Jones, Ronald Chaffin, Doug Barrett.
The Future Homemakers of America chose as their
theme this year “Citizenship Challenges You.” This
theme was stressed in the monthly meeting through
films, panel discussions, and guest speakers.
In September, the club attended the State Fair in
Richmond. The club also entered a float in the
Homecoming Parade. In December, favors were made
for the patients at Eastern State Hospital.
Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Alene Cox the
F.H.A. strives to fulfill its aims and purposes.
Mrs. Alene Cox, SPONSOR; Bessie Price, PRES.; Joyce
Rowland, HISTORIAN; Ellen Woodard, PARL.; Jo Ann
Sheets, REPORTER; Bonnie Wilkes, 2nd V. PRES.; Angela
Joyner, 1st V. PRES.; Darlene Thacker, SEC.; Susan Driver,
CHAIRMAN OF DEVOTIONALS.
FIRST ROW: Ann Wood, Debbie Rose, Judy Benton, Diane Secora, Sharon Mathews, Karen Parker. SECOND
ROW: Sally Little, Bonnie Copeland, Katherine Watkins, Ann Thomas, Sylvia Robertson, Connie Edwards, Mary
Lou Hall. THIRD ROW: Vickie Baker, Karen Pier, Judy Crocker, Pam Gooderich, Debbie Sasser, Terry Garner,
Sandy Spenser, Nancy Griffin. FOURTH ROW: Elaine Batten, Virginia Griffin, Betty Sillings, Arlene Berryman,
Margaret Stoup, Lois Sadler, Alice Edwards, Ann Tompkins, Vickie Wilson. FIFTH ROW: Cindy Kitchen, Wanda
Sadler, Cherry Hartford, Carla Irvine Linda Carroll, Terry Crocker, Donna Smith, Ginny Gwaltney, Susan
Cutchins. SIXTH ROW: Lyn Douglas, Shirley Thompson, Judy West, Diana Hollingsworth, Diane Warren,
Brenda Terry, Patsy Harris, Dawn Little, Patricia Garrett. SEVENTH ROW: Diane Edwards, Mary Jackson, Lou
Ann Martin, Audrey McDonald, Joyce Hutchinson, Joyce Hill, Debbie Dalton.
The Future Farmers of America sponsored by Mr.
Peyton Barlow and Mr. J. W. Garrett, participated in
livestock judging, tractor driving, crop judging, and
The club took a tour of the Ford Plant, sent
representatives to the State F.F.A. Convention in
Blacksburg and to the National Convention in Kansas
City. The Vice President of the Peanut Federation this
year was David Wise.
Herbie Mumford, SECRETARY; Charles Edwards, VICE
PRESIDENT; David Wise, PRESIDENT; Wesley Gibbs,
TREASURER; Brian Gwaltney, SENTIAL; Ronny Jenkins,
REPORTER; Peyton Barlow, SPONSOR.
FIRST ROW: Marshal Boswell, Harold Griffin, Russell Johnson, Alvin Manning, Donald Gwaltney, Irvin Whitley, Robert Thompson,
Phillip Tynes, Mac Gale. SECOND ROW: Kimber Hann, T. P. Winslow, Dylan Hinson, A1 Thacker, Ned Gatling, Robert Finley,
Randy Darden, Roy Barrett, Allen Thacker, Jim Brown, Steve Jones, Earnest Saunders, Mike Hundley. THIRD ROW: James
Johnson, Joey Mitchell, Sherman Goodrich, Arthur Owen, Ronny Maynard, John Flyth, Chuck Scott, Bernell Wheeler, Ronny
Drewery, Johnny Manning. FOURTH ROW: Robbie Beechum, Paul Clark, Parks Scott, Gary Roland, Bobby Moore, James Jones,
Vernon Joyner, Randy Hundley, Nat Robinson, Charles Jones. FIFTH ROW: Wayne Nurney, Ray Brittle, Keith Joyner, Curtis
Darden, C. J. Thomas, Carl Hibbard, Donald Mingin, Ronny Wilkes, Leonard Crowley.
Stimulating interest in the field of teaching,
the Future Teachers of America, began its first
year under the guidance of Mrs. E. Lane Beale.
All students maintaining a “B” average were
eligible for membership. In December, the club
sent its delegates to the annual convention at
The club recognized the teachers during
American Education Week by giving them candy.
To raise money for their activities they sold
PRES. Mary Sue Clayton, SEC. Viki Gwaltney, V. PRES. Louise
Chapman, TREAS. Nancy Clayton.
FIRST ROW: Jackie Jones, Linda Hawkins, Dawn Little, Collette Jones, Susan Chapman. SECOND
ROW: Bobbi Lane, Marilyn Saunders, Shirley Martin, Sue Gale, Elaine Carroll, Ann Gwaltney, THIRD
ROW: Peggy Moffitt, Susan Jesse, Nancy Staggs, Mary Lou Edwards, Emily Jones.
Patricia Garrett, CHAPLAIN: Diane Crocker, V. PRES.;
Margaret Stoup, PRES.; Mrs. Wilson, SPONSOR; Joyce Row-
land, SEC.; Vicky Crocker, TREAS.; Erancine Harris,
The Future Nurses, now in its second year, tried to
promote interest in the field of nursing. At the
monthly meetings, representatives from various nursing
schools told club members of various opportunities
open to them in the nursing profession. The club is
under the leadership of Mrs. Marie Wilson.
FIRST ROW: Bonnie Copeland, Linda Hawkins, Lois Sadler, Brenda Terry, Victoria Wilson, Donna
Moose. SECOND ROW: Ann Wood, Jane McDonald, Jo Ann Sheets, Carolyn Rackley, Brenda Moose,
Debbie Dalton, Mrs. Wilson, SPONSOR. THIRD ROW: Diane Warren, Cathy Edwards, Sharon Ward,
Claudette Lewis, Debbie Womack, Patricia Bailey.
Rah! Rah! Hey! Hey!
The Pep Club was added to the list of clubs at SHS
for the first time this year. Under the sponsorship of
Mr. J. B. Spinks, the club’s main purpose is to help the
cheerleaders raise school spirit at athletic events.
The members were taught cheers by the cheer-
leaders and a constitution was adopted. A pep section
was reserved for the club at football and basketball
games, and the members were given top priority for
riding buses to away football games.
Mr. Spinks, SPONSOR; Susan Driver, TREAS.; Beth Win-
slow, SEC.; Mary Margaret Petrino, PRES.; Cathy Lee
Barlow, V. PRES.
FIRST ROW: Beth Winslow, Mary Margaret Petrino, Linda Saunders, Dale Butcher, Totty Edwards, Barbara Little, Susan
Driver. SECOND ROW: Cindy Eley, Bobbi Lane, Manlyn Saunders, Nancy Clayton, Cassandra Barnes, Mary Sue Clayton,
Barbara Saunders, Deborah Womack. THIRD ROW: Elaine Carroll, Sue Gale, Vicki Gwaltney, Jackie Jones, Sandy
Spencer, Robbie Cutchins, Debbie Mountjoy, Lois Sadler. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Mingin, Phyllis Netherland, Terry
Garner, Joyce Benton, Richie West. FIFTH ROW: Rosy Cofer, Debby Turner, Darlene Thacker, Patricia Crocker, Cathy
Barlow, Ellen Woodard, Nancy Griffin. SIXTH ROW: Sue Scott, Jean Doggett, Connie Jenkins, Randy Baldwin, Joe Gale,
Robin Cox, Sally Little, BucKy Jones.
In its second year, the Volunteens was comprised of students who contributed their
services to aid in the efficient running of our school.
Susan Cutchins, Brian Gwaltney, Billy Jones, Denise Swindell, Nancy Driver, Glenda Owney, Rosy Cofer, Vicki
Crocker, Linda Holleman, Barbara Little, Judy Crocker, Emily Jones, Debbie Dalton, Katherine Watkins, Angela
Joyner, Bonnie Copeland, Susan Carter, Debbie Turner, Sylvia Robertson, Faye Jones, Bessie Price, Bonnie
Wilkes, Ellen Woodard, Va. Lee Huff, Connie Edwards, Linda Saunders.
Now in its third year, the Audio-Visual Club helped the teachers by handling and
operating the audio-visual equipment.
These boys have been trained to use and care for the films, filmstrips, and machines.
During their study halls they would go to the teachers’ rooms and show films.
KNEELING: Woody Chapman, Billy Jones, Gary Adolph, Littleton Minga, Stan Turner, Paul Clark.
STANDING: Russell Vincent, Mike Watkins, L. F. King, Chris Whitehead, Stephen Edwards, Wayne Logan,
Ronnie Pinner, Richard Hundley, Ricky Jenison, Jimmy Stoup.
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Under the direction of Mr. J. B. Spinks, the
Smithfield High School Band strived to become
bigger and better as the year progressed. They
started out the year by performing at home
football games and attending an away game at
Parades! Parades! Many parades were attend-
ed by the SHS Band throughout the year such
as the Oyster Bowl Parade, Azalea Festival,
Williamsburg Parade, Peanut Bowl, and last but
not least, Smithfield’s Homecoming Parade.
On March 14 the band held a Pop Concert
and on May 30 a Spring Concert bringing
enjoyment to all who attended.
Many thanks go to the Band Boosters Club,
headed by C. E. Jones. This club consisted of
Ruritan Club members and parents of band
members who kept the concession stand at
football games. Other money-raising projects
included selling football programs and selling
magazine subscriptions in November making
the year a great success.
TRUMPETS AND SAXOPHONES:
FIRST ROW: Andy Pencola, Ed
Johnson, Wayne Jones, Larry
Jones, Gary Cofield. SECOND
ROW: Jimmy Stoup, Ro“z” Cofer,
Joey Pape, Nelson Sadler. THIRD
ROW: Eric Dilley, Jimmy Pape.
CLARINETS: FIRST ROW: Wanda
Crocker, Carolyn Jones, Susan
Chapman, Brenda Terry, Helen
Luter, Karen Turner, Joycelyn
Johnson. SECOND ROW: Donald
Newcomb, Russell Pape, Vernon
Joyner, Russell Barlow, Donna
Nelms, Pam Goodrich, Shirley
BRASS: FIRST ROW: Elaine Joy-
ner, Gary Rowland. SECOND
ROW: Robert Ellis, Johnny Warren,
George Huber, Hill Cox, Vernon
Joyner, Ronnie Chaffin.
PERCUSSION: KNEELING: Con-
nie Edwards, Frances Williams.
STANDING: Terry Cave, Franklin
McAllister, Steve Jones, Wayne
Smith, Gary Turner, Carson Cox,
Donald Mountjoy, Robert Finley.
CENTER: HEAD MAJORETTE: Linda Raye Holleman; MAJORETTES: Jackie Powell, Robbie Cutchins, Diane Powell,
Terry Good, Debbie Mountjoy.
ALTERNATES: Kathy Edwards, Patricia Crocker.
Six high -stepping majorettes led the Smithfield High School Packer Band this year. Their many
hours of practice were shown in the pre-game and halftime performances at football games. The
majorettes marched in the Oyster Bowl, Azalea, and other local parades. Linda Raye Holleman was
Head Majorette while Drum Major Debby Turner led the marching band.
Drum Major Debby Turner.
The Chorus, sponsored by Mrs. Anne Mesite, learned new pieces of music as well as practicing
on old favorite tunes. They performed at the December Christmas assembly, the Baccalaureate
Service and the Spring Concert.
Mrs. Anne Mesite, Sponsor; Kay Lanz, Librarian; Mike Ellis, Treasurer; Charles Fuquay, Vice President; Rhonda
Batten, Secretary; Ronnie Prevatte, President.
FIRST ROW: Joyce Bailey, Linda Hawkins, Claudia Savage, Paulette Graves, Jackie White, Marion Judkins. SECOND ROW: Sylvia
Robertson, Joan Chaffin, Phyllis Wilson, Lena Ford, Cynthia Savage, Paulette Batten, Diane Bailey. THIRD ROW: Teresa Jones,
Helen Luter, Patricia Cornett, Sharon Matthews, Donna Johnson, Joyce Hill, Lona Ellis, Patricia Bailey. FOURTH ROW: Rosy Cofer,
Keith Joyner, Thomas Cutler, Wesley Wooten, Lewis Chapman, Tommy Adams, Howard Delk.
People .... improving with each perfor-
mance .... exercising, straining, stretching,
growing .... straining for the finish tape
defeating an arch rival .... getting the jump on
the pitcher .... cheering, oblivious to the sad
story on the scoreboard .... winning with pride,
losing without a loss of pride.
L. F. KING
DEFENSE: Donald Mingin, Defensive End; Wayne Nurney, Defensive Tackle; Rhae Skinner, Middle Guard;
Keith Joyner, Defensive End; Mike Ellis, Linebacker; Bill Ponton, Middle Linebacker; Michael Watkins,
Linebacker; Ronald Jones, Defensive Halfback; Tommy Jones, Safety; Ray Lanz, Defensive Halfback.
OFFENSE: Dickie Gill, End; Keith Joyner, Tackle; Mike Ellis, Guard; Johnny Love, Center; Rhae Skinner,
Guard; Donald Gwaltney, Tackle; Ronald Jones, End; Donald Mingin, Halfback; Bill Ponton, Fullback; Tommy
Jones, Halfback; L. F. King, Quarterback.
Packers Are Victorious!!
Bill Ponton and L. F. King lead blocking for Horace Whitley as Packers down Poquoson 26 to 0.
HEAD COACH: Mr. Charles England; Assistant Coaches: Mr. Jimmy Duell, Mr. Art Smith.
John Yeates 6
Norfolk Catholic 19
Forest Glenn 13
Franklin . . 19
J. V. Football
FIRST ROW: Fuzzy Gwaltney, Tommy Ross, Tommy Phillips, Dennis Camper, Trippy Cofield. SECOND ROW: Chuck Griffin,
Donald Gale, Harold Griffin, Tom Oliver, Carlton Hibbard, Ronnie Pinner. THIRD ROW: Paul Clark, Jim Brown, Randy Hundley,
Elwood Whitley, Vincent Clinton, Bobby Sillings. FOURTH ROW: Joe Brown, Coach Jimmy Duell, Charles Jones.
Varsity 3, 4
Varsity 2, 3, 4
Varsity 2, 3, 4
Varsity 3, 4
CAPTAINS: Mike Smith and Hill Cox; COACH: Mr. Kenny Edwards.
COACHING STAFF: Joe Brown; coach, Mr. Kenny Edwards;
Bobby Silling, Carlton Mitchell, A1 Underwood.
Beware! Packers are on the move!
Don’t just stand there — sink it!
Its a bird, its a plane, No — its Super Ball!
Danny grabs for a rebound.
What kind of dance is this? Stop making shadows and play ball!
J. V. Boys
FIRST ROW: William Martin, Michael Woolman, Steve Jones, Brian Woodard, Dennis Camper, Paul Clark, Jimmy Groves, Gene Gill,
Tommy Nichols, Greg Brown. SECOND ROW: Carson Cox, Dallas Barnes, Jeff Chapman, Mike Hundley, Donald Mingin, Tom Oliver,
Coach Charles England, Kippe Jones, Carl Hibbard, Joe Huff, Tommy Phillips, Elwood Whitley, Gene Gwaltney.
Manager Joe Mingin and Coach Charles England.
Twenty-two ninth and tenth grade boys worked
strenously to make a rewarding year for the J.V.
Although these boys were inexperienced, they were
cooperative and eager to learn the techniques of
fundamental basketball, as well as good sportsmanship.
With a year of profitable experience behind them, SHS
can look forward to a good future in Varsity Basket-
Varsity 1 , 2, 3, 4
Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4
ROSE MARY COFER
Varsity 3, 4
Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4
Varsity 2, 3, 4
CO-CAPTAINS: Jean Doggett and Debby Turner.
Manager: Bonnie Wilkes; Coach: Miss Katherine Barkley.
Packers Are Victorious ! !
HELP! I need somebody!
All eyes are on Jean.
J. V. Girls
FIRST ROW: Joyce Bailey, Audrey McDonald, Artress Batten, Mary Margaret Petrino, Jane Magette, Denise Swindell, Marth i Ann
Ramsey. SECOND ROW: Shirley Martin, Nancy Driver, Totty Edwards, Patricia Crocker, Patty Barlow, Coach Katherine Barkley,
Kay Lanz, Lisa Webb, Glenda Owney, Emily Anne Jones;
The Junior Varsity Girls had a very active and
successful year. Coached by Miss Katherine
Barkley, the team consisted of sixteen 8th, 9th
and 10th grade girls. Their primary purpose was
to strive for the experience necessary for Varsity
Sandy Spencer, Manager; Coach Katherine Barkley; Sue
Davis, Manager; Bonnie Wilkes, Manager.
FIRST ROW: Paul Hines, Tommy Jones, Joe Edwards, Hutter Gale, Jack Mingin. SECOND
ROW: W'ayne Redford, Robbie Taylor, Bobby Christian, Bruce Copeland, Tom Mills. THIRD
ROW: Mike Doggett, Ronald Jones, Mike Delk, Parke Griffin. FOURTH ROW: Ray Lanz, Larry
Southampton 1 2
John Yeates 3
Windsor 1 2
Forrest Glen 7
Most Valuable Player
Girls’ Softball ’68
FIRST ROW: Managers Wanda Crocker, Richie West, Brenda Garner, Beth Winslow, Ann
Winslow. SECOND ROW: Debby Turner, Janie Bell, Bonnie Copeland, Dorothy Cutchins, Judy
Crocker, Angie Joyner. THIRD ROW: Willa Powell, Jean Doggett, Vicky Crocker, Donna
Mingin, Va. Mae Hundley, Bessie Price. FOURTH ROW: Donna Nelms, Mary Lou Hall,
Terry Garner, Shirley Joyner, Pam Nurney, Totty Edwards, Betty Scott Butler.
.... Stony Creek
.... Stony Creek
.... John Yeates
.... John Yeates
Co-Captain Shirley Joyner, Coach Katherine Barkley, Co-
Captain Pam Nurney.
Teams in Action
We leave the caption of this picture up to you.
FIRST ROW: Tommy Jones, Bill Ponton, Ronald Wayne Jones, Woody Chapman. SECOND ROW: Dean Spady, Steven Edwards,
Hill Cox, Danny Smith. THIRD ROW: Horace Whitley, Joe Brown, Johnny Love.
The SHS track team had a good year in 1968.
They competed with such district school teams as Southampton, Franklin, Forest Glen, and Suffolk.
Tommy Jones, Jack Mingin, and Dean Spady ran the 100 yard and 220 yard dashes, while Hill Cox and Dean
Spady ran the 440 yard dash. Woody Chapman ran the mile run. Ronald Jones threw the shot put while Danny
Smith scored high in the broad jump. Keith Clark and Curtis Darden were our pole-vaulters.
The district meet was held at Suffolk High School. Jack Mingin, Tommy Jones, Dean Spady, Horace Whitley,
Keith Clark and Danny Smith brought ribbons home to SHS.
BARBARA LITTLE, CAPTAIN, SENIOR
BARBARA SAUNDERS, SENIOR
DEBBIE NELMS, JUNIOR
“Wev’ve got spirit! S-P-I-R-I-T-! Let’s hear it Packers, Spirit!”
This cheer was one of many heard at pep rallies, football games,
and basketball games.
The Packer Cheerleaders worked hard to promote school spirit
at games, school, and pep rallies. They displayed signs in the halls
and gym, and sold spirit ribbons throughout the games.
CONNIE JENKINS, JUNIOR
SUE SCOTT, JUNIOR
ANNE WEBB ROBBINS, SENIOR JEAN DOGGETT, SENIOR
This year the cheerleaders held competition at the pep rallies
and rewarded the spirit stick to the most spirited class. The spirit
ribbons were sold to raise money and were worn by the students
and teachers throughout the week.
The time spent in these activities was not lost; actually, in this
time students learned sportsmanship - the art of winning and
VIRGINIA LEE HUFF, JUNIOR
LINDA SAUNDERS, JUNIOR
MARY SUE CLAYTON, JUNIOR
Varsity Cheerleaders form a pyramid of spirit.
Miss Cloude, Miss Barkley, SPON
SORS: Cathy Barlow, MANAGER
J. V. Cheerleaders
This year the JV Cheerleaders did their share of promoting school spirit at all JV
basketball and JV football games. During the year the JV cheerleaders assisted the
Varsity Cheerleaders in spreading enthusiasm throughout the school. With a year of
experience behind them, they can now look forward to trying out for Varsity
Cheerleading next year.
KNEELING: PatricaCrocker. FIRST ROW: Dale Bucher, Nancy Clayton. SECOND ROW: Darlene Thacker, Cassandra Barnes, Bobbi
Lane. THIRD ROW: Totty Edwards, Sue Gale, Marilyn Saunders, Elaine Carroll.
People .... preparing a float for Home-
coming .... waiting for the judge’s decision
Science Fair entries .... teacher’s skit .... yel-
ling and screaming and cheering and .... seeing a
new Miss Smithfield crowned .... getting hit
with a pie, making people laugh .... seeing
gratitude unable to express itself.
Miss Barbara Little, Homecoming Queen
Miss Ellen Woodard, Miss Smithfield
Miss Beth Winslow
Miss Barbara Saunders
Miss Dale Butcher Miss Emily Jones Miss Debbie Nelms Miss Elaine Carroll
Sophomore Princess Freshman Princess Junior Princess 8th grade Princess
Our Queen — Her Moment
Scholastic Winner - Senior Class Float.
Reflects theme of
Beta Sigma Phi Float.
Overall Winner - Eighth Grade Float.
No parade is complete without the Smithfield High School Marching Band.
Lydia Cave: Junior Class Sponsor.
A Pageantry of Beauty
The D.E. Club sponsored the third annual
Miss Smithfield High School Beauty Pageant in
the spring of 1968. These lovely girls along with
organized preparation by the D.E. Club helped to
make this event one of the most exciting
highlights of the school year. This was indeed a
hard decision for judges to make, but after much
deliberation, the judges announced Miss Ellen
Woodard the reigning queen of Smithfield High
School for 1968. Certainly no one could forget
Miss Smithfield High School, Ellen Woodard.
SECOND RUNNER-UP, Miss Debbie Latham; MISS SMITH-
FIELD HIGH SCHOOL OF 1967, Miss Beth Hobbs; MISS
SMITHFIELD HIGH SCHOOL OF 1968, Miss Ellen Wood-
ard; Principal, Mr. Saunders; FIRST RUNNER-UP, Miss Mary
Her moment of glory!
The annual Beta Capers was held in
November. The hard-working Beta Club
sponsored the event which included such
local talent as rock combos, folk singing
groups, class and faculty skits and other
Besides the abundant proceeds which go
towards a scholarship for a deserving senior,
the event was enjoyed by both high school
students and the general public.
Up, Up With People!!
Go Rocka, Rocka and a CHA! CHA! CHA!
We’re Number 1 !!
The whole student body enjoys the Science Fair.
The third annual Science Fair was held in the spring of 1968. Enthusiastically visited and
enjoyed by all, the Fair sponsored by the Science Club, proved to be a great success.
Many projects were displayed
in the Science Fair.
World’s largest Ameba.
Projects were prepared and displayed both by the elementary and high school grades
covering all phases of science taught at SHS Certificates of Merit were awarded to
participants with the best enteries in the various scientific fields.
Mrs. Mesite’s Spanish Class
takes another break.
Ad ve rtisements
People .... employing distributive education
students .... gassing cars, delivering prescrip-
tions, bagging groceries .... surpassing the other
fellow’s product and beating his price .... selling
ideas as well as products .... demanding punctu-
ality, honesty, responsibility .... appreciating
the school’s value to the community.
SMITH OPTICAL CO.
1 79 Main Street
“Quality Furniture at Sensible
186 & 202 E. Washington St.
C A O I • LAC
1 046 Windsor Road
Suffolk, Virginia 23434
Office Phone Night Phone
GAS AND APPLIANCE
Seeds — Fertilizer
RCA Whirlpool Appliances
GWALTNEY AND DODSON
Isle of Wight Virginia
Records & Stereo
CARLM. BEALE, JR.
General Building Contractor
1 1 50 S. Church Street
CLASS of 1969
PAGAN PINES RESTAURANT
South Church Street
KELLO MOTOR CO.
Best Wishes Class of 1969
Jewelers and Silversmiths
Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge
CLASS of 1969
SMITHFIELD AUTO &
HOME SUPPLY, INC.
G. W. DELKINC.
TO THE CLASS of 1969
WHITES T. V.
T V. AND APPLIANCE SALE
1500 S. Church St.
A. A. “Monkey” Underwood
Homes — Farms — Waterfront
Fire — Auto - Life
ISLE OF WIGHT
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO.
J. Travers Edwards Phone 357-2765
Broker Smithfield, Va. 23430
“Say it with Jewelry”
105 S. Church St.
TO THE CLASS OF 1969
Expert Watch and Jewelry Repair
156 W. Washington St., Suffolk, Va.
Shop In Fashion . . .
THE SMITHFIELD HAM &
PRODUCTS CO„ INC.
Bottled under authority
of the Coca-Cola Co. by
P.0. Box 1158
Suffolk, Va. 23434
Established 1 891
31. 03. Hill & Company
DEALERS IN QUALITY
439 West Washington St.
CLASS OF 1969
Area Code 703
SMITHFIELD FARMERS INC.
“BUY QUALITY PRODUCTS”
Fine ships don't roll off a production line.
They’re built efficiently and well only by men
whose skills and knowledge are broad. That's
why Newport News begins at the beginning
with its own selective Apprentice School.
High School graduates enter on the basis
of academic record. But selectivity doesn’t
stop there. In classroom and shop, in the
drafting room and out in the yard, each man’s
special abilities are watched and developed.
Some become skilled and versatile ma-
chinists. Others become expert electricians
or precision tool makers. Many becomesuper-
visors. Some earn scholarships for advanced
training at colleges and technical schools.
We think the School’s a pretty inspiring
place, because its end results are good men
and good ships.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company. Newport News. Virginia
A Major Component of Tenneco Inc.
LEARNING ON THE JOB LEARNING IN CLASSROOMS APPRENTICE DORMITORY
FORD CARS & TRUCKS
THOS. W. ROBBINS, INC.
121 N. Church St.
Appliances - Linoleum
Terms If Desired
Class of 1969
OFFICE & SUPPLY CO.
“THE STUDIO OF AWARD-WINNING PHOTOGRAPHERS”
■ rw = —
We are proud to have been selected photographer for “The Ham.”
Please call on us for future portrait needs.
722 W. 21st St.
Va. Beach, Virginia
R. L. MAGETTE CO.
Water Supply Contractor
And Pump Repairs
Central Water Systems
Battery Park Rd. Smithfield, Va.
KIRK LUMBER COMPANY
Congratulations to the Class of 1969
Rough & Dressed Lumber
R.F.D. No. 4 Box 442
Robert S. Jones, Owner
Suffolk, Virginia 23434
Phone 25 5^456 1
MILLSTONE COFFEE SHOP
Home of ,s
B. T. TENNIS
Mariner & Seafood
Isle of Wight, Va.
SMITHFIELD FINANCE CORP.
221 Main Street
1 13 Main St.
“Cash When You Need It”
To the Class of 1969
BANK OF SMITHFIELD
Member of F.D.l.C.
Federal Reserve System
To the Class of 1969
THE MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK
Member of Member of
Federal Reserve F.D.I.C.
THE SMITHFIELD TIMES
MARTIN L. HAVERTY
to The Class of 1969
BARRETT HOUSE 1752
Fire, Life, Auto, Casualty
103 Institute Street
H. W. LOVE
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S. P. ROEDER, JR.
THE TWINS CAFE
226 Main Street
Class of 69
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
to The Class of 1969
Roger Vet. Hospital
Oaks Vet. Hospital
Margaret’s Beauty Salon
Murray’s Shoe Store
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