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THE 


(Oriole 

of 1 962 


Published by the Students 
of 

PULASKI HIGH SCHOOL 

Pulaski, Virginia 

Volume XLI 


Editor 

MARGARET ANN 
PAINTER 


Business Manager 
RICHARD PATTERSON 


Associate Editors 

DRUSCILLA MARTIN 
ALBERTA ELKINS 


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The faith of ancient crusaders has led us to the quest of a knight in 
days of yore. Early in our lives we begin our search for the great treasure 
of the human mind, realizing that each year brings us closer to that 
splendid moment. At the end of a rainbow we will find our reward — our 
day of graduation. By receiving our diploma we will pledge to use it as 
a building stone in our life. We will pledge also to share the experience 
and knowledge that we will gain in these years of learning with all man- 
kind, thus making this a better world in which to live. 

Each time we see a rainbow let us recall those golden moments at 
Pulaski High School and remember that even after we receive our diploma 
our quest of achievement is not yet over. We must see the challenge of 
the future and the future that this challenge holds for us as graduates 
having found the End of a Rainbow. 

— Richard Patterson 


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Mrs. Margaret Perdue 


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After the shower of knowledge, many reflections of guidance 
give rise to the grandeur of the rainbow of success and true happi- 
ness. We, the Oriole Staff of 1962, wish to return a segment of 
this joy that has been so generously shared with us to one of the 
most outstanding people we know. 

Her beams are shed in many ways ; her gifts to us are countless. 
As an English teacher she was considered irreplaceable. While 
in her present profession she has earned the highest degree of 
esteem. 

A graduate of William and Mary College, she holds a Bachelor 
of Arts degree in English. She has also added to her store of 
learning with extra courses in science which she has taken at Rad- 
ford College, and courses at the University of North Carolina 
Extension and the University of Virginia Extension. In fifteen 
years at Pulaski High School as a teacher, a librarian, a sponsor, 
and as a friend, she has shown many the way to the treasure at 
the end of the rainbow. 

In this her twenty-fourth year of teaching, we should like to 
express our most sincere gratitude for the help which she has 
extended to us in such limitless ways. Thus it is with great 
admiration and even greater joy that we dedicate this year book to 

MRS. MARGARET PERDUE 


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Reflections of guidance radiate upon us from many 
sources. The Oriole Staff realizes this, and with such 
a realization we wish to pay tribute to another woman 
in Pulaski who has meant much to the youth here. 

She has served young people in various ways and in 
many different places. During World War I she worked 
in an orphanage in Fi'ance, lending light to many less 
fortunate souls there. She has worked in the Pulaski 
County Schools and has served her community in 
unnumbered ways. 

Upon receipt of her Library degree from the 
University of North Carolina, she helped develop our 
library system in Pulaski. Since that time she has 
shown many treasures to us through books and 
through experiences of various travels that she has 
shared with us. 

Now, as a long deserved thank-you, we the Oriole 
Staff of 1962 wish to recognize 


special 


^Recognition 



MRS. GRACE CARNAHAN 


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The senior class of 1962 approaches another magic moment — graduation. 


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Our ballgames are enjoyed by the young and 
younger as well. 


Reverence shown during our Christmas assembly. 


Who could forget those Pep 
Rallies as we cheered our team 
to victory. 



Will they ever finish those chem- 
istry experiments ? 


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Happy faces certainly reflect 
that old school spirit. 


Guidance was given us by Mr. Fulp and 
Mrs. Sanders. 


We entertained Pulaski with the 
Senior Play. 


Our busy annual staff! 


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Rah! Rah! For our cheerleaders. 



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Alberta Elkins 
Senior 

Associate Editor 

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Richard Patterson 
Senior 

Business Manager 

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Theda Kay Farmer 
Senior 

Layout Editor 






Dee Ann Rooker 
Senior 

Art Editor 



Carolyn Richardson 
Senior 

Literary Editor 



Julia Lookabill 
Senior 

Literary Editor 



Helen Whitehurst 
Senior 
Class Editor 





Janice Freeman 
Senior 

Typist 


Mary Stuart Johnston 
Senior 

Typist 


Geraldine Sprinkle 
Senior 

Typist 



David Hurd 
Senior 

Boys' Sports Editor 


Nancy Jo Newman 
Senior 

Girls’ Sports Editor 


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Billy Lovell 
Junior 

Assistant Editor 


Henry Albert 
Junior 

Assistant Business 
Manager 


Margaret Anne Whitley 
Senior 

Business Secretary 


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Patsy Cook 
Junior 

Class Editor 


Jerry Guynn 
Junior 

Photographer 


Mary Agnes Lively 
Junior 
Typist 





Bobby Love 
Sophomore 

Class Editor 


Betty Jane Sutphin Becky Hotz 

Freshman Eighth Grade 

Class Editor Class Editor 


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principal 


MR. KENNETH FULP 

B.A.: Duke University 
M.Ed.: University of 
Virginia 


Message to Students 


This is my fourth message in your annual to the students. There is 
always the temptation to strain for something new to say, and to steer 
clear of what has been said before. It must be remembered, however, that 
the eternal truths never change and that they need to be repeated again 
and again. 

Our main purpose in being here is to lead you to be a better person 
tomorrow than you are today. We do this by constantly holding before 
you a challenge. In the academic area, the challenge is to develop your 
learning abilities to the fullest. In your associations with other students 
and teachers, the ideal is to reach the time when each will respect the 
worth and dignity of the other. And for you as an individual, we hope 
to lead you to constantly raise the level of your aspirations, and to gain 
a clearer perspective of life through the development of a sound value 
system. 

As you look through this book, ask yourselves if it reflects your life 
at school as it is or as it should be. 


Words of praise are due the annual staff and sponsors, Miss Palmer 
and Mrs. Blankenship, for the many hours of work and effort put forth 
in publishing this yearbook. 


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Mrs. Nancy C. Alexander 

B.S. : Longwood College 
Social Studies 


Mrs. Frances L. Bachant 

B.S. : West Va. Univ. 
English ; Dramatics 


Mrs. Ruth B. Bird 

B.S. : Radford College 
French ; English 


Miss Elizabeth Blair 

B.A. : Vanderbilt 
English 



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Mrs. Jean L. Blankenship 

B.S. : Radford College 
M.Ed. : U. Va. 
Guidance 


Mrs. Eleanor G. Brinkley 

B.S. : Longwood College 
English 


Mrs. Kathryn W. Brockman 

B.A. : R.M.W.C. 
Commercial 


Mrs. Lloyd Burton 

B.S. : Madison College 
Science 



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Mrs. Miller D. Bushong 

B.A. : R.M.W.C. 
English 


Mr. Robert E. Cochran 

B.S. : East Tenn. State 
D. E. ; D. O. 



Miss Laura Dalton Miss Suzanne David 

B.S. : William and Mary B.S. : Radford College 

Chemistry ; Science Social Studies 


Mr. Howard J. Duncan 

B.S. : Concord College 
M.S. : Florida State 
Science 


Mrs. Johnsie Faircloth 

B.A. : Catawba College 
English 


Mrs. Billie D. Farmer 

B.S. : Radford College 
Bookkeeping ; V.O.T. 


Miss Emma Gallimore 

B.A. : Radford College 
Mathematics 



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Mr. J. B. Harris 

B.S. : Concord College 
Band 


Mrs. Verdie M. Holt 

B.S. : High Point College 
Science 


Mrs. Ruth E. Hot* 

B.S. : Carson Newman 
Mathematics 


Mr. Elmer E. Huff 

B.S. : Radford College 
Social Studies 



Mrs. Katherine Kegley 

B.S. : Radford College 
Health and Physical Education 


Mrs. Mary Ann Lemons 

B.S. : Longwood College 
English ; Social Studies 



Mr. Joe Lilly Mrs. Mary E. Lindon 

B.S. : East Tenn. State B.S. : Radford College 

Industrial Arts Science 


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Mrs. Edna A. Loftus Mr. Harry L. Loftus 

B.S. : Radford College B.A. : Lynchburg College 

Mathematics Health and Physical Education 



Mrs. Edna B. Love 

B.S. : Univ. of Tenn. 
Art 


Miss Mayme K. McCoy 
B.S. : Radford College 
Guidance ; Government 



Mrs. Alzie B. Mode 

B.S. : Radford College 
Social Studies 


Mr. Donald G. Mottesheard 

B.S. : Milligan College 
Mathematics 


Mrs. Rae E. Myers 
B.A. : Woman’s College U.N.C. 
Spanish ; Social Studies 


Mrs. Lalah H. Newman 

B.S. : Radford College 
Home Economics 


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Miss Ellen Palmer 

B.A. : Radford College 
English 


Mrs. Margaret P. Perdue 

B.A. : William and Mary 
Librarian 


Mr. William C. Puckett Mrs. Juanita C. Robertson 

B.S. : Concord College B.S. : Radford College 

Biology Latin 



Mrs. Betty Robinson 

B.A. : Radford College 
World Geography 

Mr. Eward L. Rockwell 

B.S. : Morris Harvey Mrs. Myrna H. Rockwell 

M.A. : West Va. Univ. B.A. : Radford College 

Health and Phys. Ed. Chorus ; Music 


Miss Lola Robinson 

B.S. : Radford College 
Commercial 





Mrs. Thelma L. Sanders 
B.S. and M.A. : Indiana 
State University 
Guidance Director 


Miss Ruth A. Simpson 

B.S. : Radford College 
Shorthand ; Typing 



Mr. Willborne A. Smith Mr. Kenneth G. Stallard 

B.S. : V.P.I. B.A. : Emory and Henry 

Mathematics English 



Mr. Clarence L. Stroup Mr. Carl R. Tacy 

B.A. : Lynchburg College B.S. : Davis and Elkins 

Social Studies English 


Mr. Charles B. Tickle, Jr. 

B.S. : Pembroke State 
Social Studies 


Mrs. Bessie S. Totten 
B.S. : Radford College 
Mathematics 


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Mr. Walter Unruh 

B.S. : Montana State Univ. 
Science 


Mrs. Esther H. Ward 

B.S. : Radford College 
Health and Phys. Ed. 


Mr. Dewey S. Wilson 

B.S. : East Tenn. State 
Mechanical Drawing 





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^'"able to catch a glance at the end of our pmnbow. 

2 new roads into the future for us. Majtrf things — 
contributed to our quest for this Measure, 
more to our memory, and each yearnas been another 
of our rainbow. In some bewildered way we managed 
^ grade class to the unconfused freshman class. There we re- 

el- many activities in which we were able to participate, and the backward view 
our sophomore year reveals that we surely started rpaking progress. We felt like a 
part of Pulaski High School. Our junior year /has added much to our store of 

). Stationery sales and proms will always remain in the minds of the class 

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ack at all the activities in which we have taken part during our senior 
candles we made and decorated, the banquets we served, the cards we 
magazine sales, and that great senior play. These aided our trip to New York — 
g no one could forget. Our quest for maturity and knowledge has been along a 
wn with many happy memories. 

wish to thank our sponsors who have helped us during our senior year. They are 
Margaret Bushong, Miss Suzanne David, Mr. Elmer Huff, Mrs. Edna Loftus, Mrs. 
Mode, and Mrs. Bessie Totten. ‘ . 7^/ 

ur greatest wish is that our school has gained as many fond memories of us as we 
ve of her. Our class is anxious to reach this treasure, but never will we forget the 
j ourney that led to it. . ' \ " ? / X- 


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Alene Donna Anderson 

Alene 


Ruby Jewell Andrews 

Ruby 

Friendship rings; 

Silver laughter. 


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Charles Peyton Alley, Jr. 

Peyton 

Fidelity for the real; 

Nature’s companion. 


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Danny Gardner Akers 
Dan 

Strength for the good; 

A lover of nature. 


Patricia Lou Akers 

Pat Lou 
Vivid expressions; 
Voices in the silence. 


A cheerful presence — 
As a light in the dark. 


Charles Allen Aust, Jr. 

Frosty 
Full of glee; 

Time for friendship. 


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a wuung nana; 

Great responsibilities. 


George Granville Bageant 
G. G. 

Spinning records; 

Admired by all. 


Bonnie Sue Barnett 

Bonnie Sue 
Sweetness of a violet; 
Understanding silence. 


Philip Morgan Baker 

Philip 
Greetings of a patriot; 
Forthcoming careers. 


Linda Kaye Aust 

Linda 
Pixy-like beauty; 

The ideal companion. 


Lewis Darrell Barker 

Darrell 
The great hunter; 

A schemer of merriment. 


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Jerry Wayne Branscome 
Lob 

A glorious tackle; 

The recipient of praise. 


Dianne Brockmeyer 

Dianne 

Hours of study; 

Years of reward. 


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Joseph Elmer Bryson, Jr. 

Joe 

Desires for the future; 
Work well done. 


Ethel Moore Brookman 

Ethel 

Sweet determination; 
Striving for her goal. 




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Linda Estelle Burchett 

Linda 

Excitement in everything; 
The bubbles of a brook. 





Etta Lee Carlton 

Etta 

A classroom jester; 
The joy of friendship. 


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Sherman Cain, 

Sonny 

A will to do; 

An alert interest. 





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John Inman Byrd 

Jack 
A bag of tricks; 

More and more questions. 










Harold Lee Childress 

Buzz 

The challenge ahead; 

A job to be done. 


Swanna Kaye Catron 
Kacy 

Cheers at a Pep Rally; 

A contagious smile. 


Cynthia Adelaide Carroll 

Cindy 

Messenger of good cheer; 
Robed in companionship. 


Paulette Carrico 

Linda 
The midnight ball; 

Form of grace. 


Virlen Edward Chrisley 

Virlen 


A silent onlooker; 
Always willing to help. 


Jean Elizabeth Cassell 

Jeanne 

A gleam in December; 
Angelic kindred. 


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Mary Lou Cox 

Mary Lou 

A small girl’s delight; 
Always happy. 


James Vinton Covey, Jr. 

Jimmy 

Zeal of battle; 

Times of merriment. 


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Joanne 

Joan 

Lively spirit; 
Fair conquest 




William Michael Clark 

Mike 

A joy for all; 

Soaring Saxophones. 


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y Orel Emmerson Cox 

Buddy 

The silence of a sea; 
Truth is virtue. 








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Herbert Raymond Craig, Jr. 

Junior 

A royal court; 

Service to his country. 


Charles S. Crawford, Jr. 

Charlie 

Strong Christian character; 
A band concert. 


Nellie Delzora Crisp 

Nellie 
Sweet harmony; 
Bouquet of violets. 




, ^ 'Teresa Carol Cox 

T eresa 

Purpose of resolution; 
Endowed with reality. 


Donald Clinton Crowder 

Don 

Faith enduring; 

Great in heart. 


William Edward Cox 

William 
Thinks so much; 

Says so little. 


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Eunice Pauline Davis 

Eunice 


Fresh vigor with hope; 
Joy dances in her eyes. 


Jesse Charles Crumbley, III 
Jess 




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A golf green; 
Philosophical reflections. 


Leland Dawson, Jr. 
Jay 

Song of a soldier; 
Victory his goal. 


Robert Edward Davis 

Bobby 
A hopeful heart; 

Expects much from life. 


Marie Dickerson 

Marjorie 
The summer’s heavens; 

A misty dream. 


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Dennis Elwood Edwards 

Dennis 

Searching the horizon; 

A loyal heart. 


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Violet Cornellia East 

Violet 

Courtly grace; 

Satin ribbons. 


Mary Eleanor Ellis 

Mary 

Brightest inspiration; 

A jewel in her hair. 


Donna Sue Farley 

Donna 


Fond remembrances; 
Happy hours. 


Manila Alberta Elkins 

Alberta 
Grasping an idea; 

Hope blossoming within. 


Rock Taylor Duke 

Skip-per 

An architect of fate; 
Boundless reach. 


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Theda Kay Farmer 

Kay 

A gracious lady; 
Southern determination. 


Johnsie Irene Fowler 

Johnsie 

A bouquet of flowers; 
Blushing success. 


Patricia Carol Farley 

Patricia 


A soft voice; 
A kind heart. 


Arby LaVerne Frost 
Arby 

A humming ballad; 
Articles for the paper. 


Philip Ward Freeman 
Phil 


With God as a pilot; 
Master of his destiny. 


Janice Dawn F 

Janice 


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A charming personality; 
The spirit of a game. 












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Ever joyous, busy moments; 
Specialist of many trades. 


Burman Gale Grantham 

Gale 

Humble, sincere, constant; 
The form of a hero. 


Martha Stewart Graham 

Martha 

Mighty roads ahead; 
Fidissima, Alius Respiciens. 


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Giles Madison Gilley 

Giles 


Adventure personified; 
Continued calmness. 


Walker Dickerson Goad 

Walker 

Mathematical problems; 
Sounds of the world. 


Carolyn Kaye Gross 

Carolyn 

Anxious anticipation; 
Certainty for the future. 


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Wild honeysuckle; 
An enchanting smile 


Norma Jean Hagee 

Norma 


A spring bouquet; 
Fondest of memories 


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Rosemma Payne Grubb 
Rosemma 
A warm hello; 

Courteous manners. 




Ronnie McGill Hall 

Ronnie 

The power of an engine; 
. A traveling heart. 


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Ronald Bruce Hall 

Ronnie 


Mechanical - drawings; 
Success straight ahead. 




Robert Joseph Hall, Jr 
R.J. 


Faithful friendship; 
Everlasting joy, 


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Jettie Diane Harrell 

Diane 

A weaver of tales; 
Expressions of living. 


Larry Vogel Hiatt 

Larry 

Meditated moments; 
The sure victory. 


oretta Carol Hancock 

Loretta 

Delightful, delovely; 

An inspiration for many. 


Rita Faye Hawks 

Rita 

The magic of silence; 
Gentle movements. 












Curtis Lee Hawkins 

Curtis 


Full of excitement; 
An amicable smile. 


Jane Elizabeth Herron 

Betsy 

Equestrian perfection; 
Echoes of laughter. 


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Roger Douglas Hughes 

Doug 

Mighty purposes; 

Like an oak stands he. 






Norma Jean Hughes 

Norma 

Sure determination; 

A willing and ready hand. 


Judy Lane Hughett 

Judy 

Cool, calm meadows; 

A slow, but sure, smile. 


fond Johnny Howlett, Jr. 

Johnny 
The fire of adventure; 
Sparks of pleasure. 


Janie Sue Hughes 

Janie 

Black lace; 

That special dance. 


Audrey Grant Hurd 

Grant 


Time well spent; 
Fun to be with. 








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Darlene Kanode 

Darlene 

Firmness in the right; 
Great love for life. 


fuart Johnston 

Mary Stuart 
Music sweetly flowing; 
Creative thoughts with a pen. 


Linda Juanita Jones 

Linda 

Glorious friendships; 
Songs of angels. 




Mary Thomas Johnston 

Mary 

Laughter always; 

Joy to everyone. 


Allen Laurence Jones 

Allen 

A wee bit of mischief; 
Lots of fun. 


James Irvin Kidd 

James 

Busy moments; 

Time happily spent. 


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> Joseph Cecil Lawson 

Cecil : 

A white picket fence; 
Paths in a forest. 


Carole Sue Lefler 

Carole Sue 

Energetic willingness; 
A shout for the team. 


Carol Janet Kirkner 

Janet 

A new idea forseen; 

Fun in the making. 


S' Julia Ellen Lookabill 

Julia 

A warm smile; 

An everlasting friend. 


Patricia Ann 

Pat 

Happy talk; 
Memorable days. 


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Martha Lorraine Lemons 

Marci 

Exciting experiences; 

Deep felt happiness. 


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Larry Ray Marshall 

Larry 
Likeable humor; 

Roads ahead. 


Mary Jo Marshall 

Mary Jo 
Majestic silence; 
Rippling melody. 


Evelyn Druscilla Martin 
Dru 

Sincere helpfulness; 
Dedication to life. 



Howard Douglas Martin 

Howard 

Sincerity with silence; 
Much to share. 


Norman McMillan 

Norman 


A phonograph needle; 
Merry music maker. 



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Ronald Allen Melton 

Beaver 

A basketball specialist; 
An open dictionary. 


Martha Sue Mickey 

Sue 

Glorious gazes; 

Seen through mystic eyes. 


Riley Thomas McPeak 

Tommy 

Deep thoughts; 

Content with perfection. 


Barry St. Claire Moore 

Barry 

Hand of friendship; 

A knight in shining armor. 


James Dale Mink 

Jimmy 
Quick wit; 

Anxious anticipation. 


Karen Percy Millirons 

Karen 
Gay castles; 

Delicate grace. / 







Donald Earnest Murphy 

Donald 

Slow, sure actions; 

An early dawning. 


)avid William Morehead 

Dave 

Quiet observation; 

Reward of jobs well done. 


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Kenneth Duane Morrison 

Kenny 

An automobile enthusiast; 
Strength of steel. 


James Irvin Morris 

Pete 

Small of stature; 

The heart of a giant. 


Roy Sturling Myers 

Roy 

A sea of merriment; 
Joy ad infinitum. 


Lawrence Wayne Nelson 

Lawrence 


Unfought victories won; 
Majestic playfulness. 


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Roger Dale O'Dell 
Roger 

A court jester; 

Amity with all. 


Ann Sharon Owen 

Ann 

Flash of a baton; 

A banner fair. 


Nancy Jo Newman 

Nancy Jo 

A great sense of humor 
Sports participant. 


Robert Terry Patterson 

Terry 

Faithfulness as in football 
A friendly greeting. 


Richard Jackson Patterson 

Richard 

An exciting debate; 

All the rest on him depend. 


Margaret Ann Painter 

Margaret Ann 
A pattern for many; 

Rare qualities of greatness. 


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Frances Irene Pickerel 

Fran 

Devoted to her friends; 
Liked by all. 


John Edwin Pinkard 

Jerry 

A deer hunt; 

Excitement of the game. 


Steve Michael Pearce 

Steve 

He of a mighty limb; 
Each unto himself. 




Joyce Ann Poe 

Joyce 

A sincere devotion; 
Amused at life. 


David Carl Payton 

David 

The valor of youth; 
Dedicated friendship. 


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Patricia Irene Patton 

Patsy 

Twinkling dewdrops; 
Whispering wind. 

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Carolyn Sue Richardson 

Carolyn 

A stairway to success; 
Always learning. 


Harry Burks Rhett 

Harry 

Amusing remarks; 
Fun-filled years. 












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Marvin Kenneth Powers 
Kenny 

An Atlas at work; 

Of a regal manner. 


Charles Wayne Ratcliffe 
Wayne 

Laughter in a classroom; 
Raking autumn leaves. 


Terry Lee Powell 

Terry 

A merry prankster; 

A jovial manner. 


Harriet Imogene Richardson 

Imogene 
A single note; 

In harmony with all. 



Eugene Ross 

Gene 

Vast expectations; 
Much enthusiasm. 


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Hazel Irene Sisk 

Hazel 
A dance routine; 
Joyous expectations. 


Burlev Jean Semones 
B.J. 

Thoughtful and dependable; 
Original ideas. 


Jean Sadie Slate 

Jean 

Winning simplicity; 
Tranquil countenance. 


Sammy Kay Saunders 

Sammy 

Expressions of gentleness; 
A good-natured fellow. 


Jackie 
School tradition; 
Thou bonnie gem 


William Hugh Self 

Billy 

Fine school spirit; 

An exciting imagination. 










Joyce Ann Southern 

Joyce 

Sincere, modest smile; 
Pleasant thoughts to all. 


Swanson Monroe Stout 

Swanson 

Delightful amusement; 
Liberal-hearted. 



Inquiring thoughts; 

Host of golden daffodils. 


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Judith Ann Surfaee 

Judy 

Sunshine and flowers; 
Happily-filled hours. 




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Marilyn Kay Stuart 
Kay 

Sparkling eyes; 
Personality of beauty. 




Barbara Kennedy Sutphin 

Barbara 

An enjoyable movie; 
Benevolent personality. 


Roger Gray Sutherland 
Roger 
Age of chivalry 
Most noble kn‘ 


Lucinda Ann Surratt 

Lucinda 
Dew on a rose; 

Silver ebb tide. 


Everett Lee Sutphin 

Bucky 
At peace with the world; 
Gratification of heart. 










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James Oren Townley 

James 
Song of heroism; 

Glory of thy fame. 


Dorothy Geraldine Tuell 

Dottie 

An auburn beauty; 
Quietness shows the joy. 


Jacqueline Ruth Turner 

Jackie 

A radiant fireplace; 
Remembered acquaintance. 


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ferry Wayne Sutphin 

Jerry 
A love for sports; 

A thrill of joy prophetic. 


Wanda Jean Tracy 

Wanda 

Tassels and embroideries; 
A blue-eyed violet’s beam. 


Richard Crawford Thornton 

Richard 

Bravery amid a storm; 
Conquering unknown ways. 




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Franklin Frederick Waddell 

Butch 


Significant ideas; 
Considerate of others. 


Patricia Lee Wallace 
Pat 

< Stage show; 

A ready wit. 


Michael Elliott Walker 

Mike 

A world philosopher; 
Tomorrow’s merriment. 


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Richard Lee Wa 
Richard 
A gentleman’s gentleman; 
Dancing at a sock hop. 






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Letty 

A secret opinion; 
Hopeful happiness. 




Doris Joanne Vordo 

Joanne 

A pleasure-filled heart; 
A favorite song. 





Eddie Arnold Warf 

Eddie 

Impressive earnestness; 
Glory in the making. 


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Kenneth Edward Warden 

Kenneth 
A good deed; 

Truth comes to light. 


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Helen Raye Ware 

Raye 

Song of a merry bird; 
Her charm’s complete. 


Donald Richard White 

Donald 

Right abides within; 
Always high principles. 


lam Watkins Walton, Jr 

Bill 


The bounce of a basketball; 
Jolly good humor. 


Patricia Ann Vest Webb 

Patty 

A radiant countenance; 
Excess of merriment. 


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Margaret Anne Whitley 

Margaret Anne 
Dainty, sweet; 

Kind and sincere. 


& 


Alton Williams 

Roger 
Native oak tree; 

Fame of thy name. 


Vi'- 




Helen Elizabeth Whitehurst 
Helen 
A football game; 

The sparkle of a star. 


Violet Linkous White 

- i- • Violet 

Unceasing faithfulness: 
A tranquil' lake. 




Leonard Lee 

Leonard 
Quiet friendship 
An ancient mariner. 


Williams 




James Richard Williams 

Richard 

An understanding nature; 
The hush of night. 






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Doris Eloise Wood 

Doris 

A living sunbeam; 

The jingle of silver bells 


James Calvin Windle 

Jimmy 

Wealth of the sea; 

Star of peace. 


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Nancy Jo Wilson 
Nancy Jo 
A boat ride; 

Thrilling excitement. 


Judy Lane Brinkley 

Judy 

Smile of Happiness; 

Joy of a new year. 


Gary Lee Wright 

Gary 

A jester cap; 

Joy abundantly. 


Harms of the world have come unto us, 
Cups of sorrow we yet shall drain; 

But we have a secret that doth show us 
Wonderful rainbows in the rain. 

— Richard Realf 


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ummer (§raduate 



Humor to all. 


Bill Walton and Dee Ann Rooker in a scene of Father’s Been 
to Mars, the senior play. 



Barbara Guynn, Betsy Herron, and Dennis Rorrer practice typing 
during study hall. 


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These scenes above are a few chosen glimpses 
from those steps we have taken along the 
path of the senior year. 


Our year has been comprised of many experiences: the 
fun of the Senior play, service in decorating the Christmas 
tree, study in the classroom, and the plans we are now 
making for the future. Thus our Senior year draws to a 
close. 


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CLASS OFFICERS: Dickie Leftwich, President; Mike Hooker, Vice-presi- 
dent; Margaret Sue Flippin, Secretary ; Jimmy Ward, Treasurer. 


Junior Class 

Our junior year is one of the most exciting years in our high school life. 

In the Homecoming Events our class float won second place while the Junior Tri- 
Hi-Y won third place. We were honored to have lone Leeson and Gary Fox represent 
us in the Homecoming Court. 

The stationery drive was most successful. The purpose of this project is to raise 
funds to present the Junior-Senior Prom in honor of the Seniors. We placed first in 
the Christmas Can Drive competition. 

Representing us in the Miss P. H. S. Contest were nine lovely girls, one of whom — 
Mary Agnes Lively — honored us in being chosen Maid of Honor. 

Class rings arrived just in time for Christmas. This was a great thrill for each of us. 

We will never forget our junior year and we will look forward with great anticipa- 
tion to being Seniors. 

We appreciate the help that our sponsors — Mrs. Kathryn Brockman, Mrs. Billie 
Farmer, Miss Ellen Palmer, Miss Lola Robinson, Miss Ruth Simpson and Mrs. Janet 
Young — have given us this year. 


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Henry Albert 
Jimmy Alley 


Sandra Alley 
Lynwood Armbrister 
Myron Aust 


Nancy Baker 
David Beamer 
Thomas Bentley 
Delores Berry 


Betty Bishop 
Ronnie Boothe 
B. K. Brookman 
Patricia Bryson 


Tommy Burke 
Beth Byrd 
Frances Cain 
Freda Canter 


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Priscilla 

Dalton 

Sydney 

DeGon 

Joanna 

Dickerson 

Charlotte 

Dodson 


Janis Fagg 
Judy Farmer 
Dick Fizer 

Margaret Sue Flippin 
Larry Folden 
Gary Fox 
Faye Garnett 
Mary K. Gemmell 


Betty Glenn 
Lorene Graham 
Betty Grantham 
Betsy Gregory 
Brenda Grubb 
Diana Grubb 
Jerry Guynn 




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Reba Chandler 
Pat Chitwood 
Norma Kay Chrisley 
Mary Lou Chumbley 
Joyce Clark 
Kathryn Clark 
Elizabeth Cole 



Garland 

Earhart 

Harry 

Edwards 

Billie 

Endicott 

Pat 

Evans 


Patsy Cook 
Delores Costello 
Kay Covey 
Carol Ann Cox 
Dorothy Cox 
Wanda Cox 
H. K. Cutlip 
Kelly Dalton 


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Winston 

Kegley 

Betty 

King 

John 

King 

Charlotte 

Lane 



Mary Agnes Lively 
Billy Lovell 
Raymond Lyons 
Glenn Martin 
Sammy Martin 
Robert McKinney 
Barbara McMillan 
Amon Moore 



Pam Morrison 
Joyce Morris 
Fred Myers 
Wanda Nixon 
Franklin Owens 
Jimmy Palmer 
Brenda Parks 



f.6 



Barbara Haga 
Ann Hall 
Jacky Hall 
Sydney Hardy 
Carl Harless 
Jimmy Hickam 
Mike Hooker 



Bobby 

Ledford 

lone 

Leeson 

Dickie 

Leftwich 

Patricia 

Lewis 




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Nancy 

Semones 

Ronnie 

Semones 

John 

Spangler 

Barbara 

Stinson 



Bobby Taylor 
Donald Taylor 
Sheldon Taylor 
Kay Thompson 
Yvonne Thompson 
Cecil Thornton 
Donna Townley 
Opal Trail 


Bobby Turner 
Louise Turpin 
Jennifer Vann 
Amelia Vaughan 
Louis Vaughan 
Alyne Vaughan 


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Posey Payne 
Bill Phibbs 
Doris Phibbs 
David Poindexter 
Billy Powers 
Larry Rakes 
David Ratcliff 



Brenda 

Stone 

Faye 

Stoots 

Janies 

Stuart 

David 

Sutherland 



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Ronald 

Vaughan 

Ruby 

Wall 

Hallie 

Wampler 

Dickie 

Ward 


Jimmy 

Ward 

Nadine 

Ward 

Jimmy 

Warden 

Mitchell 

Warden 



Judy Windle 
Brenda Worrell 


James Worrell 
George Young 






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Left to Right: Larry Bishop, President; Susan Tickle, Vice-president; Nancy 
Morehead, Secretary; Rodney Phillips, Treasurer. 


J^opfyomorr m ass 


A year older, wiser, and nearer to being upper classmen! 

We discovered that as we move along in school there is more required 
of us. 

We found that we have to utilize more of our time in study, because 
our success and happiness in later life depend on how we apply ourselves 
at Pulaski High School. 

We had a very good float in the Homecoming Parade and had some 
great times working on it. 

This year we were well represented in the Miss P. H. S. Contest by six 
attractive girls — Judy Massie, Martha Rice, Charlotte Smith, Susan Tickle, 
Cynthia Vaughan, and Marie Worrell. 

Our sincere appreciation is due our sponsors Miss Emma Gallimore, 
Mrs. Kathryn Kegley, Mr. Donald Motesheard, Mrs. Lalah H. Newman, 
Mr. William Puckett, Mr. Charles B. Tickle, and Mrs. Ester Ward. 


71 



Carolyn Adams 
Richard Agee 
Roger Altizer 
Danny Anderson 
DuVal Anderson 
Rita Anderson 


Sue Anderson 
Gerry Atkinson 
Franklin Ayers 
Sherry Bailey 
Jonthan Ballard 
Barbara Barbettini 


Stanley Bentley 
Delores Berry 
Shirley Berry 
Charles Bralley 
Larry Bishop 
Jackie Black 


Tony Blair 
Alvin Branson 
Doug Brown 
Irene Bruce 
Carolyn Buckner 
Brenda Kay Burke 




Billy Carter 
Sharon Marie Cecil 
Carl Childress 
Richard Clark 
John Coker 
Brenda Conner 


Belinda Cook 
Juanita Cook 
Robert Cooper 
Connie Cord 
Sammy Corder 
Brenda Covey 


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Juanita Cox 
Dianne Creger 
Douglas Cruise 
David Dalton 
Joan Dalton 
Rebecca Daugherty 


Linda Davis 
Becky Douthat 
Brenda Dye 
Gloria Eads 
Kaye Ellis 
Jeanne Essrich 




Jenene Eversole 
Judy Eversole 
Garry Frazier 
Mary Ann French 
Raymond Gaither 
Judy Gallimore 


Darlene Gardner 
Darrell Gardner 
Jerry Gardner 
Peggy Gardner 
Tommy Gemmell 
Dreama Gills 


Kathy Gibson 
Jimmy Glenn 
James Goad 
Hayes Goad 
Patsy Goad 
Eddie Goodson 


Rosie Graham 
Clevell Gray 
Jerry Grimes 
Clyde Grubb 
Allen Gusler 
Karl Hager 



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Susie Haggerty 
Bonnie Hall 
Brenda Hall 
Frankie Hall 
Iva Jean Hall 
Gene Hamblin 


Donald Hawkins 
Bobby Hilton 
Christine Hollingsworth 
Janet Howlett 
Ronnie Hubble 
Elda Hudson 


Vernon Hudson 
Phala Huff 
Martha Hughett 
Andrew Humphrey 
Roger Hurd 
Steve Jackson 


Jennie Johnston 
Richard Johnston 
Evelyn Jones 
Michael Jones 
Doris Kanode 
Norma Kanode 




George Kelly 
Roger Kesling 
Jackie Kidd 
Shirley Kincer 
Cheryl King 
Dean King 


Jennifer Kirby 
Greg Knisely 
Elaine Kanode 
Patricia Landis 
Linda Landreth 
Sammy Lawson 


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Linda Leeson 
Bobby Lemons 
Glendora Lewis 
Raymond Link 
Roylence Link 
Mike Linkous 


Tommy Linville 
Bobby Love 
John Lowman 
Charles Lytton 
Linda Mann 
Judy Massie 




Raymond Maxwell 
Bonnie McCraw 
Sandra Mink 
Clyde Moles 
Joan Moles 
Geraldine Mooney 


Nancy Morehead 
Terry Morris 
Carolyn Nelson 
Dawn Nelson 
Alvin Nixon 
Shirley Nixon 


Lawrence Nuckolls 
Gail Owen 
Charles Painter 
Patsy Parks 
Sandra Parks 
Sammy Patterson 


Sandra Patterson 
Alfred Pearce 
Phil Pearce 
Mont Phelps 
Bobby Phillips 
Rodney Phillips 



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Barbara Pickeral 
Betty Powers 
Charlotte Quesenberry 
Terry Quesenberry 
Jackie Ratcliffe 
Sharon Ratcliffe 


Sue Ratcliffe 
Wanda Reaves 
Ronnie Reynolds 
Martha Rice 
Wayne Richardson 
Larry Roope 


Stephen Roseberry 
Diane Rudisill 
Peggy Rupe 
Barbara Rutherford 
Ronnie Lee Ryan 
Kathy Sheets 


Johnny Shelton 
Mary Sue Shepherd 
Peggy Lou Shepherd 
Betty Smith 
Charlotte Smith 
Joyce Smith 




Tommy Stefi 
Ronnie Southern 
Peggy Stephens 
H. C. Sutherland 
Carolyn Ann Tabor 
Dennis Terman 


Brenda Thomas 
Sandra Thompson 
Jimmy Tickle 
Susan Tickle 
Virgie Tilson 
Billy Tracy 


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Mary Turner 
Edward Umberger 
Cynthia Vaughan 
Mary Frances Vordo 
Carolyn White 
Embree White 


Ernie White 
Jerry White 
Freddie Whitaker 
Lanky Whitehurst 
Bonnie Williams 
Jack Wilson 





Marie Worrell 
Freddie Wright 
Patti Wright 




Sophomores receive recognition We help show school spirit. 1-2; 1-2-3-4-Ha! 

for work well done. Sophomores! 


77 




CLASS OFFICERS: Frankie Flippin, President ; Freddie Fox, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Barry Whitt, Secretary ; Linda Warden, Treasurer. 


^resfyman (Ulass 

As the school bell rang on September 5th, a group of excited students 
entered into a new phase of hard studying and happy times, much 
different from past years. This group of students were the Freshman of 
Pulaski High School. Thus we climbed one more step in finding the end 
of the rainbow. 

We wish to thank our sponsors: Mrs. Nancy Alexander, Mrs. Ruth 
Bird, Mrs. Elizabeth Blair, Mrs. Eleanor Brinkley, Mr. Robert Cochran, 
Mrs. Johnsie Faircloth, Mrs. Mary Ann Lemons, Mrs. Ray Meyers, Mrs. 
Betty Robinson, Mr. Clarence Stroup, and Miss Carol Wolfe for their 
excellent guidance through this year. 


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John Ayers 
Jerry Babb 
Sherry Bageant 
Billy Beamer 
Martha Beckner 
Wayne Bell 


Jackie Bentley 
Darnell Beverly 
Barbara Bevil 
George Bevins 
Betty Bishop 
Ronnie Blankenship 






Elaine Albert 
Channie Allen 
J. P. Allen 
Larry Alley 
Roy Alley 
Nona Aired 


Barbara Altizer 
Billy Anderson 
Edward Askew 
Jo Ann Aust 
Richard Aust 
Carol Ayers 



Beth Boan 
Ralph Bocock 
Ruth Bowles 
Ann Bowman 
Sandra Bowyer 
Marvin Branscom 







Doris Breedlove 
Jimmy Breedlove 
Brock Brockmeyer 
Carolyn Brockmeyer 
Dennis Brown 
Sammy Buchanan 




Jean Buchner 
Joel Burchett 
Johnny Burchett 
Otis Byrd 
Darlene Caldwell 
Loretta Cameron 


Kenneth Carrico 
Marcia Carroll 
Dotty Cassell 
Robert Cauthen 
Chuck Chaffin 
Judy Chaffin 


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Diane Chandler 
Jimmy Chapman 
Gary Chinault 
Brenda Chrisley 
James Chrisley 
Nancy Chrisley 



Patricia Chrisley 
Earnestine Clark 
Evelyn Clark 
Penny Clark 
Dreama Cochran 
Jerry Collins 






Rodney Cox 
Freddie Crockett 
Gary Cruff 
Effie Dalton 
Gary Dalton 
Joan Dalton 



Juanita Dalton 
Randy Dalton 
Ray Dalton 
Jeanne D'Amour 
Eddie Davidson 
Eugene Davidson 



Wanda Davidson 
Wayne Davis 
Gary Dawson 
Roger Dean 
Leslie De Gon 
Patsy De Hart 


Berl Delph 
Charles Dent 
Gloria Doyle 
Gary Doyle 
Wanda Draper 
Jerry Duncan 


Shelia Duncan 
Douglas Eads 
Dreama Eads 
Ruby Eads 
Steve Earhart 
Mike East 



80 



Danny French 
Sue Garnett 
David Garwood 
Frankie Gilbert 
Carol Goggin 
Frances Gravely 



Kenneth Gray 
Stella Grey 
James Gregory 
Joan Gregory 
Betty Grubb 
Allan Haga 




Sue Haga 
Susan Haga 
John Hagee 
Troy Hagee 
Pat Hailey 
Carolyn Hall 


Gary Hall 
Jeff Hall 
Linda Hall 
Doris Harriman 
Vera Hawkins 
Bobby Hayden 




Kay Henderson 
Patsy Henly 
Gary Herndon 
Marilyn Hill 
Janie Hinson 
Frankie Hoback 


Linda Holmes 
Sue Horton 
Earlene Howard 
Jill Howard 
Dee Huff 
Stella Humphrey 


81 


Danny Hurst 
Connie Hylton 
Thelma Ingles 
Dennis Jackson 
Wayne Jarrels 
Wanda Jennings 


Larry Johnson 
Neal Johnson 
Billy Johnston 
Benny Jones 
Emma Jones 
Teresa Jones 




Pat Keatly 
Ella Kemp 
Pansy Kemp 
Frances Kesling 
Eula Mae Kidd 
Virginia Kidd 


Carol King 
Kenneth Klopp 
Wally Knode 
Charles Lawson 
Joyce Lefler 
Sandra Lefler 




Jane Maxwell 
Pat Mayberry 
Brenda McGlothlin 
Mary McFall 
Velma Meredith 
Dolly Millirons 




Judy Lennett 
Linda Lewis 
Nancy Linkous 
Eddie Linville 
Glennwood Lookabill 
Estelle Lottier 


Janis Lyons 
Dennis Marshall 
Joan Marshall 
Pandora Martin 
Terry Martin 
Pat Massie 



Suzanne Moody 
Sue Moles 
Janice Morefield 
Margaret Morefield 
Sherry Morefield 
Linda Morris 



82 



Wayne Morris 
Bobby Nash 
Nancy Neese 
Cecil Nester 
Don Newman 
Tom Noland 


Randy Nuckols 
Reggie O’Dell 
Sue Ogle 
Cristo Pack 
Ann Pagan 
Donald Parks 


Patsy Parks 
Linda Patterson 
Gayle Payton 
Melanie Pearce 
George Penn 
Grace Phelps 


Earleen Phibbs 
Gloria Philippi 
Robert Powell 
Carolyn Powers 
Ronald Powers 
Cecil Prillaman 



Jerry Pugh 
Freda Quesenberry 
Rex Quesenberry 
Bobby Ratcliff 
Donald Ratcliff 
Robert D. Ratcliff 


Susan Ratcliff 
Sandra Ray 
Troy Ray 
Carolyn Reaves 
James Repass 
Charles Richards 







Bobby Richardson 
Carolyn Richardson 
Lucille Richardson 
Darla Riggs 
Glenthia Rigney 
Charles Rhett 


Suella Robinson 
Tony Roberson 
Alton Roe 
Buddy Rogers 
Sandra Rogers 
Sylvia Rogers 




83 


Greg Rooker 
Diane Rosenbaum 
Brenda Rupe 
Seymour Rupe 
Diane Russell 
Howard Sadler 


Danny Safewright 
Stephen Sage 
Bonnie Saunders 
Mary Scofold 
Margaret Seagle 
Tom Seagle 




Ray Shutt 
Gail Siglin 
Becky Smith 
Carl Smith 
Peggy Smith 
Randy Smith 


Steve Smith 
Judy Smithers 
Paul Sorrell 
Ronnie Spencer 
Linda Stoots 
Susan Stoots 



Randy Sumner 
Donnie Surface 
Linda Surface 
Cary Sutherland 
Martha Sutherland 
Betty Sutphin 


Glenna Sutphin 
Robert Sutphin 
Dorothy Tabor 
Phyllis Tabor 
Rickie Talbert 
Chime Tate 


Dreama Taylor 
Jerry Taylor 
Jackie Taylor 
Jerry Thomas 
Tony Thompson 
Allen Thornton 


Larry Thornton 
Merriane Tickle 
Evelyn Tolbert 
Betty Tracy 
Doug Trail 
Charles Travares 



84 



Frank Trotter 
Pam Turner 
Rodney Turner 
Alma Turpin 
Betty Turpin 
Carol Varone 



Bonnie Ward 
Betty Warden 
Linda Warden 
Jimmy Warf 
Glenn Watson 
Vicky Webb 


Archa Vaughn 
Karen Vaughn 
Elizabeth Vaught 
Bonnie Via 
Pat Waller 
Jane Walters 



Joe Weddle 
Alice Wheeling 
Johnny White 
Judy White 
Teddy White 
Barry Whitt 



Randolph Whitt 
John Willis 
Ann Withers 
James Wolf 
Luther Woods 
Jimmy Worrell 




Bobby Nash, Cary Sutherland, Judy Lennett, mem- 
bers of the Freshman Class, attend the Beta Club 
Kiddy Dance. 


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CLASS OFFICERS: Christie Hurst, President; Jewel Catron, Vice-President ; 
Mary Jane Austin, Secretary; Thelma Conner, Treasurer. 


^ igtjttj (§rade 

We were thrilled and excited to begin our high school days at Pulaski High School 
and our search for the end of the rainbow. We were lost, but after a few days we felt 
at home. Changing classes six times a day and seeing six different teachers made our 
days seem shorter than ever before. We would like to thank the Guidance Department 
for helping to make our school future a great deal clearer. Even football games seemed 
more interesting; now we were a part of the school that the players represented. Our 
class election was exciting with many stirring speeches. Making our float for the Home- 
coming activities was an experience that none of the workers will forget. It was the 
first time we had worked together as the eighth grade class on a project. We were 
proud of our two representatives in the Homecoming activities. We were exceptionally 
happy also that the eighth grade was represented by a classmate at the Virginia Gen- 
eral Assembly. 

Our sponsors who have helped us very much are Mrs. Frances Bachant, Miss Laura 
Dalton, Mrs. Lloyd Burton, Mr. Howard Duncan, Mrs. Verdie Holt, Mrs. Ruth Hotz, 
Mrs. Mary Lindon, Mrs. Edna Love, Mrs. Juanita Robertson, Mr. Wilbourne Smith, Mr. 
Kenneth Stallard, and Mr. Walter Unruh. 

We can hardly wait for the time when we will become the freshman class and will 
have taken one more step toward the end of the rainbow. 


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86 







Larry Adams 
Wayne Adams 
Jean Akers 
Robert Akers 
Alice Alley 
Carl Anderson 
Darnell Anderson 


Dorothy Anderson 
Patricia Anderson 
Deana Andrews 
Gary Andrews 
Larry Armbrister 
Bobby Arnold 
Janice Aust 


Jimmy Aust 
Ronnie Aust 
Mary Jane Austin 
Ben Ayers 
David Ayers 
Junior Bailey 
Bonnie Baker 


Lynn Banes 
Linda Barrett 
Deloris Becks 
Fred Bell 
Roy Berry 
David Black 
Margaret Blair 


Kathy Bogardus 
Peggy Boyles 
Jeanette Breedlove 
Elizabeth Britt 
Linda Brock 
Linda Buchanan 
David Burch 


Joyce Burch 
Becky Burchett 
Larry Burton 
Roger Burton 
Tommy Burton 
Connie Byrd 
Johnny Byrd 


Patsy Byrd 
Sue Byrd 
Richard Carrico 
Eddie Carrier 
Danny Carson 
Jewel Catron 
Brenda Cecil 


Barbara Chaffin 
Janice Chandler 
Pam Chitwood 
Dean Clark 
James Clark 
Linda Clark 
Norma Coleman 


Ida Collins 
Bobby Compton 
Delores Conley 
Thelma Conner 
Bobby Cook 
Doug Cook 
Mae Cook 



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David Corder 
Sheila Cowan 
Fred Cox 
Harriet Cox 
James Cox 
Michael Cox 
Nancy Cox 


Nancy Lee Cox 
Sherry Cox 
Wilma Cox 
S. T. Crockett 
Mary Crowder 
Sheila Crowder 
Wanda Cruff 


Bobby Dalton 
Donald Dalton 
Doris Dalton 
Larry Dalton 
Larry Davidson 
Donald Davis 
James Davis 


Charlene Dean 
Clayton Dean 
Yvonne Dean 
Paul Dennis 
Roy Dickerson 
Jimmy Dobbins 
Sybil Douthat 


Melba Dowdy 
Janice Doyle 
Fay Draper 
Jeanie Duncan 
Roger Duncan 
Emma Dunford 
Ronald Dunford 




Carl Edney 
Brenda Edwards 
Connie Edwards 
Gary Edwards 
Jean Edwards 
Raymond Edwards 
Terry Edwards 


Louise Elkins 
Linda Farley 
Carolyn Farlow 
Linda Farmer 
Leonard Finn 
Ann Floyd 
Raymond Fowler 


Tommy Frazier 
Barbara Freeman 
Earnestine Freeman 
Diane French 
Julius Fuller 
Cynthia Fulp 
Arnold Garlic 



Connie Garlic 
Bobby Garwood 
Joyce Gaston 
Sharon Gemmell 
Karen Gibson 
Patricia Gilley 
Jerry Goins 


88 



Tommy Jones 
Brenda Kanode 
David Kegley 
Vicki Kelly 
Marvin Kemp 
Calvin Kidd 
Daniel King 



Jackie King 
Sally King 
Brenda Kinser 
James Kirby 
Teresa Kirkner 
Sanda Kiser 
David Landis 



Jimmy Lewey 
Irene Lindsey 
Judy Long 
Sharon Long 
Donald Lorton 
John Love 
Nina Lovelace 




Betty Lovell 
Mike Luttrell 
Kenny Mabe 
Norma Mabry 
Delmas Martin 
Joan Martin 
Brenda McCraw 




William Graham 
Kate Gravely 
Roger Gravely 
Thelma Gravely 
Terry Grimes 
Barry Grimstead 
Everette Grubb 


George Haga 
Charles Hager 
Joe Hall 
Gary Hancock 
Donald Harrell 
Joy Hill 
Linda Hill 


Jean Hoback 
Wanda Hoback 
Ted Hodge 
Jesse Hopkins 
Larry Horton 
Becky Hotz 
Roger Huffman 


Guy Hughes 
Paul Hughes 
Jo Ann Hummel 
Christie Hurst 
Jerry Hutchins 
Wayne Hyatt 
Julie Jackson 


Claudia Johnson 
Fred Johnson 
Harvey Johnson 
Donnie Jones 
Jean Jones 
Kay Jones 
Richard Jones 



89 



Douglas McFall 
Jimmy McMillian 
Faye Melton 
Sandra Melton 
Eric Miller 
Cynthia Mitchell 
Mark Mitchell 


Pat Mitchell 
Shairon Moore 
Carl Morehead 
Jimmy Morehead 
Jeannie Moses 
Sandra Mottesheard 
Brenda Musick 


Clifford Nelson 
Linda Nelson 
Sheila Nelson 
Barbara Nixon 
Jerry Novell 
Douglas Nuckolls 
Inez Nuckolls 


Gary O’Dell 
Teresa Mae Oulds 
Su-Su Owen 
Bob Palmer 
Mike Parks 
Patsy Parks 
Brenda Patton 


Ronnie Pearce 
Linda Phillips 
Jerry Powers 
Rena Poole 
Jo Ann Price 
Wanda Pugh 
Larry Queen 




Brenda Quesenberry 
Brenda Quesenberry 
Carolyn Quesenberry 
David Quesenberry 
David W. Quesenberry 
Donnie Quesenberry 
Gary Quesenberry 



Mike Quesenberry 
Terry Quesenberry 
Richard Rash 
Doug Ratcliff 
Brenda Ratcliffe 
Obel Ratcliffe 
Roger Ratcliffe 



Gerald Reaves 
Shirley Ricky 
Phyllis Rigney 
Wanda Rigney 
Margaret Ritter 
Wanda Ritter 
Patricia Rupe 



Barbara Ryan 
David Runyon 
Edward Rhett 
Johnny Richards 
Roger Ridpath 
Wayne Rorrer 
Hubert Rudisill 


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John Reynolds 
Bonnie Seaman 
Jerry Sexton 
Marsha Sheets 
Paul Shelton 
Donna Shockley 
Sherman Shockley 


Susan Simmons 
Ronnie Slate 
Curtis Slusher 
James Slusher 
Johnny Smith 
Lois Smith 
Suellen Smith 


Lois Spence 
Billy Sprinkle 
Jimmy Stallings 
Barbara Stefi 
Watts Steger 
Bill D. Steger 
Joe Stephens 



James Stilwell 
Louise Stites 
Sandra Stites 
Bonnie Stoots 
Marvin Stowers 
Larry Tabor 
Frances Tavares 


Linda Thomas 
Margaret Thomas 
Betty Thompson 
Cecil Thompson 
William Thompson 
Brenda Thornton 
Mary Thornton 





Frances Townley 
Donald Trail 
Dennis Turner 
Ellen Kay Turner 
Wayne Umberger 
Odell Viars 
Betty Waddell 



David Walton 
Glenn Weddle 
Eddie Whisman 
Bobby F. White 
Kellas White 
Mary White 
Robert White 


Lonnie Whitt 
Betty Williams 
Curtis Williams 
Garnet Williams 
Jo Ann Williams 
Juanita Williams 
Donald Wilson 



Douglas Wilson 
Theresa Wolfe 
David Woods 
David Wright 
Dorthy Wright 
Patsy Wright 
Robert Zeigler 


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A United States History class enjoys learn- 
ing about our country’s past. 


S. T. Crockett, eighth grade class member, 
was a page in the State Senate during the 
1962 session of the General Assembly. 


Bill Walton and Jimmy Palmer wait for 
crucial rebound in Blacksburg ball game. 


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First Row, Seated, Left to Right: Allen Jones, Kenny Emma Gallimore, Sue Garnett, Sherry Morefield, 

Powers, Kaye Catron, Pat Bocock, Janice Freeman, Jean Buckner, Nikki Combiths, Sara Jane English, 

Nancy Jo Wilson, Burley Jean Semones, Mike Hook- Barry Whitt, 
er, Arby Frost, Dianne Cregger, Freddie Fox, Miss 

j^tutbnt! 



Burley Jean Semones 
President 

Mike Hooker 

Vice-President 


Dianne Cregger 
Secretary 

Freddie Fox 
Treasurer 


Arby Frost 
Reporter 

Miss Emma Gallimore 
Sponsor 


In Pulaski High School, as in other 
schools throughout Virginia, the Stu- 
dent Cooperative Association is the or- 
ganization of the entire student body 
that allows students a voice in the opera- 
tion of the school and provides oppor- 
tunity for students to accept major 
responsibilities and assume roles of 
leadership. 

The Student Council is composed of 
42 home room presidents, the 5 SCA 
officers, and the SCA Adviser. It is the 
representative body of the Student Co- 
operative Association and meets twice 
a month to study and promote the best 
interests of the whole school. 

The Activities Council, which meets 
monthly, is composed of the highest 
elected student officer of any properly 
sponsored school organization. Its pur- 
poses are to coordinate organization ac- 
tivities and to promote better under- 
standing among the groups, but the 
general operation of each club or class 
is under the supervision and jurisdiction 
of the sponsor and the principal. 


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Second Row, Left to Right: Billie Endicott, Ann 
Hall, Sandra Alley, Yvonne Thompson, lone Leeson, 
Jimmy Warden, Nancy Morehead, Evelyn Jones, 
Judy Gallimore, Cynthia Vaughan, John Coker, Ron- 
nie Hubble, Johnny Shelton, Terry Martin, Greg 

Iomtctl 


Rooker, Betty Turpin, Jill Howard, Jewel Ann 
Catron, Sandra Kiser, Susan Simmons, S. T. Crock- 
ett, Wayne Hyatt, Jerry Novell, Ellen Owen, Mary 
Jane Austin, Sharon Gemmell. 


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First Row, Seated, Left to Right: Pat Massie, Jimmy 
Tickle, Miss Emma Gallimore, Arby Frost, Burley 
Jean Semones, Mike Hooker, Dianne Cregger, Fred- 
die Fox, Susan Tickle, Marie Worrel. Second Row, 
Left to Right: Christie Hurst, Linda Aust, Martha 
Lemons, Margaret Sue Flippin, Carol Sue Lefler, 


Franklin Flippin, Theda Kay Farmer, Nancy Jo 
Newman, Norma Hughes. Third Row, Left to 
Right: Kaye Hurst, Margaret Ann Painter, Terry 
Blair, Jess Crumbley, Dickie Leftwich, William 
Cox, Patsy Parks, Bobby Nash, Larry Bishop. 








William 

Cox 

President 


Jess 

Crumbley 

Chaplain 


Alberta 

Elkins 


Linda 

Aust 


Dianne 

Brockmeyer 


Linda 

Carrico 


Rational potior 






Kay 

Farmer 


Arby 

Frost 

Reporter 


Martha 

Graham 



Ri(a 

Hawks 


Richard 

Patterson 

Vice-president 



Margaret Ann 
Painter 
Secretary 




Carolyn 

Richardson 



Dee Ann 

Burley Jean 

Doris 

Wanda 

Bill 

Mrs. Juanita 

Rooker 

Semones 

Southern 

Tracy 

Walton 

Robertson 

Sponsor 


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First row, Left to right: Susan Tickle, President, 
John Coker, Vice-president, Ronald Southern, Sec- 
retary, Mary Frances Vordo, Treasurer, Bobby Hil- 
ton, Reporter, Dianne Cregger, Parliamentarian, 
Juanita Cox, Chaplain. Second row, Left to right: 


Jenene Eversole, Iva Jean Hall, Kathy Sheets, Mary 
Ann French, Tony Blair, Billy Tracy, Mrs. Betty 
Robinson, Sponsor, Clyde Grubb, Stanley Bentley, 
Roger Turman, Nancy Morehead, Linda Thompson, 
Carolyn Tabor, Martha Rice, Sharon Ratcliff. 


Rational junior ^Mottor 




First row, Left to right: Theda Kay Farmer, President, Martha Graham, Vice-presi- 
dent, Bill Walton Treasurer, Druscilla Martin, Chaplain. Second Row, Left to right: 
Carol Ann Clark, Dianne Brockmeyer, Imogene Richardson, Teresa Cox, Mary T. John- 
ston, Jimmy Windle, Linda Jones, Charles Crawford, Bonnie Barnett, Linda Burchett, 
Linda Carrico, Pat Bocock, Ann Owen, Martha Lemons, Linda Aust. Third row, 
Left to right: Judy Surface, Kaye Catron, Geraldine Sprinkle, Joyce Southern, 
Violet White, Walker Goad, Howard Martin, George Bageant, Terry Blair, William 
Cox, Janie Hughes, Jess Crumbley, Jay Dawson, Barbara Guynn, Janice Freeman, 
Judy Hughett. 


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First row, Left to right: Reba Chandler, Norma Chrisley, Mary Lou Chumbley, Kaye 
Covey, Joanne Dickerson, Judy Farmer, Billie Endicott, Margaret Sue Flippin, Mary 
K. Gemmell, Betty Bishop, Beth Byrd, Mrs. Eleanor Brinkley, Sponsor. Second row, 
Left to right: Sidney Hardy, Pat Chitwood, Kathryn Clark, Delores Costello, Gar- 
land Earhart, Mike Hooker, Jimmy Hickam, Larry F olden, Jerry Guynn, Janis Fagg, 
Betty Glenn, Ann Hall. 



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First row, Left to right: R. J. Hall, Tommy McPeak, Mary Ellis, Rita Hawks, Patsy 
Hodge, Margaret Anne Whitley, Helen Whitehurst, Dee Ann Rooker, Raye Ware, 
Burley Jean Semones, Pat Hollins, Kaye Hurst, Loretta Hancock, Norma Hughes, 
Wanda Tracy, Carol Sue Lefler, Carolyn Richardson, Alberta Elkins, Nancy Jo 
Wilson. Second row, Left to right: Jerry Sutphin, Ronnie Hall, Freddie Hill, Arby 
Frost, Ronnie Melton, Gary Wright, Larry Marshall, Allen Jones, Norman McMillan, 
Frank Hotz, Richard Patterson, Margaret Ann Painter, Julia Lookabill, Doris South- 
ern, Johnsie Fowler. 


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First row, Left to right: Patty Hughes, Joyce Jones, Betty King, Barbara Stinson, 
Yvonne Thompson, Brenda Parks, Barbara McMillan, Pam Morrison, Mary Sue 
Rorrer, Opal Trail, Louise Turpin, Donna Townley, Amelia Vaughan. Second row, 
Left to right: Mary Agnes Lively, Donald Hughes, Henry Albert, Billy Powers, Dickie 
Leftwich, Donald Taylor, David Beamer, Jimmy Ward, Ronnie Boothe, Louis Vaughan, 
David Ratcliff, Ronald Vaughan, Patsy Cook, Mr. William Puckett, Sponsor. 



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First row, Seated, Left to right: Nancy Morehead, 
Vice-president; Mary Vordo, Reporter; Julia Looka- 
bill; Jimmy Tickle, Treasurer; Mrs. Verdie Holt, 
Sponsor. Second row, Left to right: Dee Huff; 
Teresa Jones; Nancy Chrisley; Rebecca Douthat; 
Carolyn Buckner; Jennifer Kirby; Mary Jo Mar- 
shall; Donald Crowder; George Kelly, Program 
Chairman; Billy Lovell; Jimmy Ward; Jerry Guynn; 


Carl Smith; Jimmy Stuart; Jimmy Covey; Mike 
Jones. Third row, Left to Right: Sandra Patter- 
son; Patricia Lewis; Frances Kesling; Jeanne Ess- 
rich; Jenene Eversole; Martha Lemons, Secretary ; 
Frances Pickeral; Dianne Chandler; Reba Chandler; 
Geraldine Sprinkle; Marie Worrell; Dianne Creg- 
ger; Patty Wright; Mary Stuart Johnston; Dianne 
Rudisell; Judy Surface; Beth Byrd. 




future ®eac(jer0 of (America 



George Kelly and Barbara Bentley, 
club president, with one of the 
posters used in George’s victorious 
campaign as State F.T.A. Mem- 
ber at Large. 


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Members and sponsors of the Fu- 
ture Homemakers of America Club 
attending a Mother-Daughter Ban- 
quet. 


future ^Momcmakers of (America 


First row, Seated, Left to right: Pat Massie, Presi- 
dent; Freeda Quesenberry, Reporter; Jewel Catron, 
Song leader; Judy Surface, Vice-president; Carolyn 
Powers, Secretary ; Rebecca Douthat, Scrapbook 
chairman; Susan Ratcliffe, Chaplain. Second row, 
Seated, Left to right: Linda Barrett, Earlene Phibbs, 
Linda Thomas, Sandra Ray, Diane Rudisill. Third 
row, Seated, Let to right: Paulette Conley; Elaine 
Albert; Connie Garlic; Jean Hoback; Wanda Pugh; 


Claudia Johnston; Delores Conley; Mrs. Lalah New- 
man, Sponsor. Fourth row, Left to right: Ernestine 
Freeman; Barbara Freeman; Donna Shockley; Betty 
Powers; Brenda Patton; Carol Phillips; Jean Jones; 
Brenda Quesenberry: Rita Hawks; Karen Millirons; 
Charlotte Dodson; Phyllis Reese; Barbara Sutphin; 
Charlotte Ricky; Kathy Bogardus; Sandra Melton; 
Susan Simmons; Sharion Moore; Charlene Dean; 
Shelia Crowder. 



First row, Left to right: Phil Huff, Librarian; 
Carolyn Richardson, Secretary-Treasurer ; Jimmy 
Gallimore, Vice-president ; Dianne Brockmeyer, Pres- 
ident; Donald Hughes; Bobby Ledford. Second row, 
Left to right: Sammy Martin; Billy Lovell; David 


Sutherland; Geraldine Sprinkle; Margaret Sue Flip- 
pin; Mike Hooker; Mr. Walter Unruh, Sponsor; 
Mary Lou Chumbley; Miss Laura Dalton, Sponsor; 
Cynthia Carroll; Martha Graham; Jerry Guynn; 
Donald Taylor; Jimmy Ward. 


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Mary Lou Chumbley and Margaret Sue 
Flippin, Chemistry Club members, conduct 
an experiment concerning displacement of 
hydrogen in acids. 


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Mrs. Love and P.H.S. students view 
the fall exhibit sponsored by the Art 
Club. 



Paintings by several local artists as 
well as those of P.H.S. art students 
were exhibited in the art show. 


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First row, Left to right: Danny Carson; Paul 
Hughes; Mauyer Cox; Doug Hughes; Lynwood 
Armbrister; Charlie Dent, Reporter; Jimmy Tickle, 
President. Second row, Left to right: Marcia Car- 
roll, Treasurer ; Frances Pickeral; Judy Rupe; Pat- 


tie Wright; Marie Worrell, Secretary ; Chime Tate; 
Chanie Allen; Diane Russell; Beth Boan; Betty 
Glenn, Vice-President; Karen Gibson; Mrs. Edna 
Love, Sponsor. 









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First row, Left to right: Ronnie Melton, Treasurer ; Billy Self, Historian; Terry Blair; 
Gary Fox; Dickie Leftwich, Secretary; Jess Crumbley, President; Bill Walton, Vice- 
president; Arby Frost, Reporter. Second row, Left to right: Richard Patterson; Mr. 
Dewey Wilson, Sponsor; Kenny Powers; Allen Jones; Jerry Pinkard; Charles Craw- 
ford; Jay Dawson; Lanky Whitehurst. Third row, Left to right: George Young; 
Barry Moore; Bobby Lemons; Louis Vaughan; Terry Powell; Jimmy Warden; 
Roger Dawson. 



Margaret Ann Whitley and Alberta El- 
kins, Pep Club members, view a poster pro- 
moting school participation. Before each 
athletic contest, such as football and basket- 
ball games, one of the most outstanding 
activities of the Pep Club is displaying 
posters. Another is the establishment of 
personal contact with students by present- 
ing them with lapel tags creating school 
spirit. The club has sold victory jackets, 
and megaphones, and helped to plan pep 
rallies. Last year, they presented a gift of 
cash to the Boys’ and Girls’ Athletic De- 
partments to be used in any way needed. 



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First row, Left to right: Mrs. Katherine Kegley, Sponsor; Linda Aust; Helen White- 
hurst, Chaplain; Alberta Elkins, Treasurer ; Nancy Jo Newman, Secretary ; Beth Byrd, 
Vice-president; Carol Sue Lefler, President ; Julia Lookabill, Reporter; Kay Catron; 
Kay Farmer; Margaret Ann Whitley. Second row, Left to right: Mary Agnes 
Lively; Margaret Sue Flippin; Betty Glenn; Billie Endicott; Linda Patterson; Johnsie 
Fowler; Burley Jean Semones; Raye Ware; Linda Warden; Irene Bruce; Jean Buck- 
ner. Third row, Left to right: Janis Fagg; Cynthia Vaughan; Martha Rice; Char- 
lotte Smith; Susan Tickle; Nancy Morehead; Yvonne Thompson; Judy Gallimore; 
Susie Haggerty. 






First row, Left to right: Opal Trail; Joanne Dickerson; Ronnie Hall, Vice-president; 
Raymond Lyons; Darlene Kanode, Secretary-treasurer; Norma Hughes, President; 
Anne Kanode; Howard Martin, Reporter; Carol Sue Lefler; Mr. Robert Cochran, 
Sponsor. Second row, Left to right: Faye Stoots; Ethel Brookman; Mary Ellis; 
Philip Baker; Swanson Stout; Ronnie Semones; Dave Ratcliff; James Morris. 
Third row, Left to right: Everett Sutphin; Bobby Jones; Terry Patterson; Roy Myers; 
James Kidd; Cecil Thornton; Mitchell Warden. 


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First row, Left to right: John King; Dennis Edwards, Vice-president; Grant Hurd, 
Treasurer ; Violet East, Secretary ; Norman McMillan, President; Mr. Robert Cochran, 
Sponsor. Second row, Left to right: Sherman Cain; James Shaver; Roger Matherly; 
Kenneth Morrison; Robert McKinney; Larry Hancock. 


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First row, Left to right: Joann Vordo; Ann Bowan; Harry Rhett, Reporter; Pat Bo- 
cock, Secretary; Martha Lemons, President ; Phil Huff, Vice-president; Mrs. Mar- 
garet Perdue, Sponsor; Jane Maxwell; Barbara Wolf; Reba Chandler; Sue Ander- 
son; Carolyn Buckner. Second row, Left to right: Jimmy Windle; J. P. Allen; 
Danny French; James Covey; Cynthia Carroll; Dee Huff; Pat Wallace; Jennifer 
Kirby; Mrs. Wyrick, Student Teacher; Bonnie Barnett; Patra Evans; Dolly Millirons; 
Nancy Neese; Patsy Dehart; Dianne Rudisell; Joyce Morris; Carolyn Adams; 
Pauline Rupe. 


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First row, Left to right: Mrs. Lloyd Burton, Sponsor; Pat Chitwood, Treasurer ; 
Sharon Ratcliff; Shirley Kinser; Wanda Nixon; Joyce Morris; Kaye Catron; Kaye 
Hurst, President; Ann Hall, Chaplain; Mary K. Gemmell, Vice-president; Carol Ann 
Clark. Second row, Left to right: Barbara Stinson; Yvonne Thompson; Evelyn 
Jones; Betty Grantham; Mary Shepherd; Peggy Shepherd; Janis Fagg; Mary Agnes 
Lively; Helen Whitehurst; Nancy Jo Newman; Cynthia Vaughn; Charlotte Smith. 



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OFFICERS: Left to right: Jerry Branscome, Treasurer ; 
Jack Byrd, President; Danny Akers, Secretary; and Kenny* 
Johnson, Chaplain. 


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First row, Left to Right: Charles Crawford, Jay 
Dawson; Terry Patterson; Danny Akers; Gale 
Grantham; Kenny Johnson; Ronnie Hubble; George 
Kelly; Donald Hughes; Jimmy Alley; Lynwood Arm- 
brister; Mike Jones. Second row, Left to Right: 


Jimmy Warden; Richard Waddell; Steve Pearce; 
Danny Anderson; Dickie Ratcliff; Dickie Ward; 
Donald Taylor; Billy Lovell; Jimmy Palmer; Jerry 
Sutphin; Ronnie Melton; David Beamer. 








First row, Left to Right: Ronnie Hubble; David Hurd, President; Harry Rhett; Rod- 
ney Phillips. Second row, Left to Right: Jackie Ratcliffe, Johnny Shelton, Gary 
Wright, John Spangler, Lanky Whitehurst. 


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First row, Left to Right: Greg Rooker; Cecil Prillaman; Frankie Flippin, Vice-presi- 
dent; Bobby Nash, President; George Freeman, Secretary-Treasurer ; Johnny White. 
Second row, Left to right: Don Newman, Archa Vaughan, Charles Rhett, Freddie 
Fox, Edward Askew, Frank Trotter. 








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First row, Left to right: Carolyn Gross, Treasurer ; Dee Ann Rooker, Vice-president; 
Janet Kirkner, President; Margaret Anne Whitley, Second Vice-president; Ann Owen, 
Secretary. Second row, Left to right: Pat Hollins, Doris Woods, Norma Hagee, 
Betsy Herron, Kaye Catron, Joyce Southern, Julia Lookabill, Martha Lemons. Third 
row, Left to right: Dottie Tuell, Barbara Bentley, Barbara Guynn, Janice Freeman, 
Mary Jo Marshall, Mary Thomas Johnston, Judy Surface, Geraldine Sprinkle. 


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First row, Left to right: Faye Garnett; Margaret Sue Flippin, President; Mary Agnes 
Lively, Vice-president; Mary Lou Chumbley, Treasurer ; Billie Endicott, Chaplain. 

Second row, Left to right: Betty Bishop, Beth Byrd, Yvonne Thompson, Diana Grubb, 

Patra Evans, Betty King, Mary Kathryn Gemmell. Third row, Left to right: Jen- 
nifer Vann, Patsy Cook, Janis Fagg, Sandra Whitaker, Phyllis Reese, Jean Roper. 






First row, Left to right: Judy Gallimore, Chaplain; Bonnie McCraw, Treasurer ; Marie Worrell, President; Susie 
Haggerty, First Vice-president; Nancy Morehead, Secretary; Kathy Sheets, Reporter. Second row, Left to right: 
Linda Leeson, Patricia Landis, Mary Ann French, Brenda Burke, Carolyn Nelson, Carolyn Adams. Third row, 
Left to right: Charlotte Smith, Irene Bruce, Cynthia Vaughan, Sandra Parks, Jennifer Kirby, Carolyn Tabor. 

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First row, Left to right: Sue Haga, Secretary; Patsy Parks, President; Carol King, Treasurer ; Pat Keatley, 

Chaplain. Second row, Left to right: Joyce Lefler, Sara Jane English, Margaret Morefield, Dee Huff, Sherry 
Morefield, Judy Lenett, Jean Buckner. Third row, Left to right: Melanie Pearce, Nancy Chrisley, Carolyn Hall, 

Betty Grubb, Linda Holmes, Linda Warden. Fourth row, Left to right: Jo Ann Aust, Sandra Bowyer, Teresa 
Jones, Beth Boan, Vicky Webb, Sandra Lefler. Fifth row, Left to right: Linda Patterson, Stella Humphrey, 

Elizabeth Vaught, Sherry Bageant, Pam Turner, Sue Garnett. Sixth row, Left to right: Carol Goggin, Joan Dal- 
ton Gail Siglin, Ann Withers. Seventh row, Left to right: Pat Mayberry, Janie Hinson, Velma Meredith, Chime 
Tate, Dianne Russell, Carolyn Brockmeyer. 







First row, Left to right: Phil Freeman, Vickie Webb, 
Gail Siglin, Sandra Kiser, Margaret Johnson, Thelma 
Ingles, Sherry Morefield. Second row, Left to right: 
Kathy Sheets; Terry Blair, President; Mary French; 


Penny Clark; Barbara Altizer; Sheila Duncan; Ed- 
die Umberger; Mike Clark; Kenneth Klopp; Mike 
Parks; Buddy Rogers; Richard Aust; Peggy Shep- 
herd. 


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Much time is spent planning a 
program. Then before we know 
it we are marching in front of 
our audience sharing our music 
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Third row, Left to right: Mary K. Gemmell, Treas- 
urer; Kay Covey; Glen wood Lookabill; Barbara 
Stinson; Mary Chumbley, Secretary; Judy Lenett; 
Richard Agee; Tony Blair; Mary Shepherd; Frank 
Trotter; Jerry Novell; George Freeman; Ann Owen; 
Lee Elias; Charles Haga; Larry Johnson; Margaret 
Blair; Tommy Gemmell; Suzanne Moody. Fourth 
row, Left to right: Betty Grubb, Jane Everhart; 


Patricia Chrisley; Linda Farmer; Doris Breed- 
love; Brenda Fitzgerald; Gary Chinault; Sue Haga; 
Wayne Morris, Band Manager; Randall Dalton; 
Lanky Whitehurst; Mr. J. B. Harris, Director; 
Charles Tavaris; Charles Crawford, Vice-president; 
Ralph Bocock; Robert Powell; Chuck Chaffin; Judy 
Chaffin; Jimmy Aust; Evelyn Jones; Bill Beamer. 





First row, Left to right: Mary Stuart Johnston, Accompanist ; Carol Ann Clark; 
Margie Dickerson; Betty Bishop; Diane Brockmeyer; Geraldine Mooney; Charlotte 
Lane; Jimmy Windle; Mont Phelps; Steven Roseberry; Elaine Knode; Mary Vordo; 
Charlotte Smith; Patsy Parks. Second row, Left to right: Hazel Sisk; Sue Mickey; 
Pat Webb; Jackie Self; Brenda Parks; Martha Hill; Donald Hughes; Mike Clark; 
Roger O’Dell, Vice-president; Norma Kay Chrisley, Secretary-Treasurer ; Sandra 
Alley; Judy Kanode; Kaye Thompson; Joyce Jones; Mrs. Myrna Rockwell, Director. 
Third row, Left to right: Brenda Thomas, Nancy Baker, Judy Windle, William Breed- 
love, Etta Carlton, Patty Hughes, Betty King, Doris Wood, Mrs. Kay Maslick, Student 
Teacher. Fourth row, Left to right: Carolyn White, Barbara Haga, Judy Farmer, 
Jackie Hall, Brenda Dye, Betsy Gregory, Francis Cain, Johnny Howlett, Thomas 
Bentley, Roger Williams, Arby Frost. 


Junior (Efyorus 


ALL STATE CHORUS MEMBERS 
Seated, Dianne Brockmeyer, Mary 
Stuart Johnson. Standing, Mike 
Clark, Arby Frost, Roger O’Dell. 





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Mrs. Myrna Rockwell, Choral Director, and her choral department had a year 
filled with activities. 

The group is divided into a Junior Chorus and a Senior Chorus. The Senior 
accompanist is Mary Stuart Johnson with Charlotte Smith as assistant accompanist. 
The Junior accompanist is Jean Buckner with Wanda Cruff as assistant accom- 
panist. 

The Chorus won first place with their floats both in the Homecoming and 
Christmas Parade. During the year they presented six concerts, among them 
being for the May Day Dance, Baccalaureate Sermon, and Graduation Exercises. 
One of the highlights of the year was their presentation of the Messiah. This 
event was well attended by local as well as out of town people. A silver offering 
was taken to be applied on the purchase of new robes. 

As members of the chorus we would like to thank Mrs. Rockwell for working 
with us this past year and bringing us so many enjoyable experiences through 
music. 


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First row, Left to right: Mrs. Myrna Rockwell, Director; Bonnie Baker; Susan Stoots; 
Lonnie Whitt, Vice-president; Sue Ogle; Betty Bishop; Evelyn Clark; Jean Buckner, 
Secretary; Teresa Kirkner; Becky Burchett; Darlene Caldwell; Barbara Chaffin. 
Second row, Left to right: Bonnie Saunders, Connie Hylton, Linda Buchannan, Peggy 
Fiore, Ted Hodge, Jesse Hopkins, John Hagee, Norma Mabry, Linda Stoots, Emma 
Bird Jones, Martha Beckner, Janice Morefield, Cynthia Mitchell, Brenda Musick, 
Frances Tavares, Brenda McCraw, Margaret Ritter. Third row, Left to right: 
Pandora Martin; Wanda Rigney; Calvin Kidd; Bill Steger; Tom Noland; Wanda 
Cox; Pat Keatly; Carolyn Brockmeyer; Patsy Parks, President; Wanda Cruff; Cynthia 
Daughtery; Grace Phelps. 






Margaret Johnson 
Senior 



Ann Owen 
Head Majorette 
Senior 


Barbara Stinson 
Junior 



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Freshman 





Mary K. Gemmell 
Junior 




Barbara Altizer 
Freshman 


Penny Clark 
Freshman 



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Left to Right: Danny Akers, Tri-captain, Tackle, Senior; Gale Grantham, Tri-captain, 
Fullback, Senior; Terry Patterson, Tri-captain, Halfback, Senior; Jerry Branscome, 
Tackle, Senior; Jack Byrd, Center, Senior. 



Left to Right: Jay Dawson, Guard, Senior; Kenny Johnson, Guard, Senior; Jerry 
Sutphin, End, Senior; Richard Waddell, Halfback, Senior; Eddie Warf, Guard, Senior. 





Left to Right: Jimmy Alley, End, Junior; Lynwood Armbrister, Halfback, Junior; 
Mike Hooker, Guard, Junior; Phil Huff, Tackle, Junior; Dan Love, Guard, Junior. 





Left to Right: Billy Lovell, Tackle, Junior; Bill Phibbs, End, Junior; Dickie Ratcliff, 
Quarterback, Junior; Donald Taylor, End, Junior; Jimmy Ward, Fullback, Junior. 




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Left to Right: Jimmy Warden, Halfback, Junior; Danny Anderson, Quarterback, 
Sophomore; Ronnie Hubble, End, Sophomore; Clyde Moles, Halfback, Sophomore; 
Mont Phelps, Halfback, Sophomore. 





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Chills, thrills, and spills, the age old adjectives of football can well be 
used to describe the big Orioles’ football games this year. The Orioles had 
the best record since 1952, coming through with a 6-won 3-loss 1-tip- 
record and solid hold on third place in the district. 

Led by tri-captains, Terry Patterson, Gale Grantham, and Danny Akers 
the Orioles proved to be a rugged foe for all opponents. 

The highlight of the year was the Dublin game. The Orioles went into 
the game on the short end of the odds and came out on the long end of 
the score winning 20-13. This win proved to be one of the greatest team 
efforts in Pulaski sports. 

Tri-captain Patterson, running from a halfback position, captured sev- 
eral district records, adding spice to the Oriole season. He, along with 
center Jack Byrd, was named to the all district team. Patterson also 
made all-state. The Orioles led the district in offensive rushing. 

Coach Rockwell’s boys really fooled the experts. Rockwell, and every 
member of the Oriole squad should be congratulated on the fine job they 
did. With just three returning lettermen they really came through! 

Thus the big Orioles made our pot of gold richer by their fine efforts. 



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First row, Left to right: Donald Ratcliff, Butch 
Rupe, Kenneth Carrico, Stephen Earhart, Gary Hall, 
Jackie Ratcliff, Jimmy Warf, Mr. Kenneth Stal- 
lard, Coach. Second row, Left to right: John Hagee, 
Larry Bishop, Randy Nuckols, Larry Alley, Duval 

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First row, Left to right: Johnny Richards, Donnie 
Dalton; Donnie Quesenberry, Darnell Anderson, 
Butch Ratclif. Second row, Left to right: Donald 
Lorton, Raymond Fowler, Jimmy McMillan, David 


Anderson, Don Newman, Charles Rhett, Bobby Nash, 
Alfred Pearce, Mr. Harry Loftus, Coach. Third 
row, Left to right: Roger Dean, James Goad, Jerry 
Grimes, Gary Chinault, Ronnie Powers, Archa 
Vaughan, Phil Pearce. 

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Quesenberry, Ronnie Pearce. Third row, Left to 
right: Jerry Hutchens, Donald Harrell, S. T. Croc- 
kett, Joe Stephens, Edward Rhett, Clifford Nelson. 









Last year under the instruction 
of Coach Charles Tickle the Oriole 
golfers walked off with the district 
trophy. 

Tickle’s boys ended the season 
with a 6-2 won-loss record with wins 
over Blacksburg, Radford, Marion, 
Andrew Lewis, and Pearisburg twice. 
They lost once to Radford and once 
to Blacksburg. 

and all the Oriole 
every “pat on the 
back” they get for they took what 
was termed a minor sport and really 
put it in the limelight. 

This year with at least five hold- 
overs from last year’s squad we look 
for the Orioles to keep the district 
trophy right where it is, at Pulaski 
High School. Good luck, Boys! 


Coach Tickle 
golfers deserve 


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First row, Left to Right: Jimmy Hickam, Jess Crumbley. 
Second row, Left to Right: David Ratcliff, Bill Walton, 
Bobby Lemons. 


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Even though wrestling is only in its third year at Pulaski High School it is a fast rising 
sport. Last year the Oriole wrestlers didn’t win too many matches hut still provided lots of 
action for the fans. 

With several returning lettermen and some new faces the ivrestlers should have a good 
team. 

The team is led by Coach Jack Duncan, and and tri-captains Clyde Moles, Alfred Pearce, 
and Mike Jones. 


First row, Left to Right: Mitchell Warden, Frankie 
Flippin, Mike Jones, Alfred Pearce, Clyde Moles. 
Second row, Left to Right: Tommy Burke, Carl Har- 
less, James Chrisley, Dean King, Phil Huff, Duval 
Anderson. Third row, Left to Right: Mr. Jack Dun- 


can, Coach; David Garwood; Steve Earhart; Frankie 
Owens; Bobby Love; Lanky Whitehurst; Archa 
Vaughan; Jackie Wilson; David Ratcliff; Larry 
Johnson. 





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As years go by and old memories fade, P.H.S. will 
never forget the Oriole basketball team of 1961-62. 
Yes, how could anyone forget the team that suffered 
a humiliating defeat only to bounce back to win the 
State Tournament and cap the season with a brilliant 
22 won - 4 lost record ! 

The big Orioles had the best season ever, finishing 
the regular season with a 17 won - 3 lost record, and 
second place in the district. The Orioles were also 
runners-up in the district tournament, earning them 
the right to participate in the state tournament — 
and participate they did! In the opening round of 
the Southern Regional the Orioles knocked off Clint- 
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fending state-champion Martinsville, and the 
had captured first place in this tournament. Next 
came the big game with Handley of Winchester for 
the state championship. 


Enough can never be said of the fine job Coach 
Carl Tacy did, as far as we at P.H.S. are concerned, 
he was basketball’s Coach of the Year. 


The team’s co-captains were Bill Walton and David 
Hurd. Both boys were named to the all-district first 
team, and Jimmy Palmer made the second team. 


This team, its coaches and managers have helped 
fill our pot of gold to the very top, and we say 
“Thank You” for making our rainbow complete. 


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First row, Left to right: Phil Pearce, Donald Hughes, Stanley Bentley, Bobby Lemons, 

Doug Brown. Second row, Left to right: Mont Phelps, Chuck Bralley, Ernie White, 

Danny Anderson, Sammy Patterson. Third row, Left to right: Sammy Buchanan, 

Wayne Jarrells, Ronnie Powers, Gary Chinault, Charles Richards. Fourth row, Left 
to right: Tommy Stefi, Manager-, Jimmy Warf; John Hagee; Billy Carter, Manager-, 

Mr. Charles Tickle, Coach. 

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First row, Left to right: Doug Ratcliff, Joe Stephens, Butch Ratcliff, Donald Harrell, 

Donald Quesenberry, Donnie Dalton. Second row, Left to right: David Quesenberry, 

Jimmy McMillan, Ronnie Pearce, Wayne Hyatt, Billy Sprinkle, Carl Anderson. Third 
row, Left to right: David Walton; David Ayers; Raymond Fowler, Manager; Mr. 

Kenneth Stallard, Coach. 





First Row, Left to Right: Clyde Moles; Terry Que- 
senberry; Lynwood Armbrister; Jimmy Warden; 
Billy Carter, Manager. Second Row, Left to Right: 


Jerry Grimes, Jerry Sutphin, Danny Anderson, Mont 
Phelps, Bill Phibbs. 


|§arsitg ®rack 


The Varsity track team ended last year’s sports with a hang. The Orioles’ teams just 
couldn’t miss last year, and Coach Ed, Rockwell’s track squad came out of the District Track 
Meet holding the trophy. Coach Rockivell can tvell be proud of the shoiving his boys made. 

With several returning lettermen, Oriole fans can look forward to another fine year, and 
maybe another trophy. We hope so! 

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First row, Left to Right: C. L. Folden, Gary Chin- 
ault, Danny French, Tommy Hubble, Ronnie Powers, 
Tommy Noland, Larry Alley. Second row, Left to 
Right: Jackie Bently, Gary Hall, Stephen Earhart, 


Kenneth Carrico, Butch Rupe, Jerry Taylor, Roger 
Dean. Third row, Left to Right: George Freeman, 
Johnny White, Buddy Rogers, Richard Aust, Hershel 
Farmer, Jimmy Warf, Carl Smith, Kenneth Gray. 


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Mary Agnes Lively 
Junior 

Yvonne Thompson 
Junior 


Helen Whitehurst 
Head Cheerleader 





Linda Patterson 
Freshman 


Jean Buckner 
Freshman 



Charlotte Smith 
Head Cheerleader 
Sophomore 


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Miss Elizabeth Blair 
Sponsor 


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Martha Rice 
Sophomore 


Linda Warden 
Freshman 



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BELOW: First row, Left to right: 
Peggy Lou Shepherd, Judy Ever- 
sole, Mary Sue Shepherd. Second 
row, Left to right: Bobbi Pool, 
Betty Waddell. Third row: Wanda 
Cox. 


ABOVE: First row, Left to right: Mary Sue Shep- 
herd, Secretary; Nancy Jo Newman, President; 
Evelyn Jones, Vice-president; Peggy Lou Shepherd, 
Treasurer. Second row, Left to right: Kay Hurst, 
Manager; Pat Chitwood, Speedball; Sharron Rat- 
cliff, Reporter. Third row, Left to right: Mary Lou 
Chumbley, Basketball; Janie Hinson, Softball. 


BELOW: First row, Left to right: 
Becky Smith, Pat Chitwood, Ann Hall, 
Susan Tickle. Second row, Left to 
right: Marcia Sheets, Carol Ann 
Clark, Stella Humphrey. Third row: 
Judy Chaffin. 


ABOVE: First row, Left to right: Margaret Seagle, 
Thelma Ingles, Shelia Duncan, Dee Huff. Second row, 
Left to right: Jane Everhart, Mary Lou Chumbley, Jill 
Howard. Third row: Connie Byrd. 


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ABOVE : First row, Linda Patterson, Kathy 
Sheets, Wanda Nixon, Joyce Morris. Second 
row, Left to right: Sandra Ray, Karen Vaughn, 
Connie Hylton. Third row, Left to right: Dianne 
French, Patsy Henley, Suzanne Moody. 


Association 


BELOW: First row, Left to right: 
Nancy Jo Newman, Janie Hinson, 
Jean Buckner. Second row, Left to 
right: Jewell Catron, Carol Varone, 
Evelyn Clark. Third row, Kay Hurst. 


ABOVE: First row, Left to right: Faye Draper, Betty 
Grantham, Evelyn Jones, Mary Vordo. Second row, 
Left to right: Wanda Draper, Carolyn Powers, Susan 
Haggerty. Third row: Connie Garlic, 


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BELOW : First row, Left to 
right: Sara Jane English, Shar- 
ron Ratcliff, Linda Leeson, Nik- 
ki Combiths. Second row, Left 
to right: Carolyn Buckner, Irene 
Bruce, Sandra Bowyer. Third 
row, Left to right: Pat Landis, 
Susan Simmons. 







In almost every sport there 
are found many unsung par- 
ticipants. Among these are 
the managers. Without the 
services of these dedicated 
boys our sports wouldn’t be 
the same. 

No matter what the weather 
or situation these boys are 
always on the job. 

We thank you, boys, for a 
job well done! 


MANAGERS, Left to right: Billy Lovell, Embree White, Donald 
Hughes, Henry Albert, George Kelly. 









Managers 




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Win, lose, or draw 
there is a select group 
that always feels the 
brunt of the battle. 

These, of course, are 
the coaches. 

We at P.H.S. have as 
fine a coaching staff as 
one could find anywhere. 

These capable men 
have turned out some of 
the best, if not best, 
teams in P.H.S. history. 

They certainly have 
added their rich talents 
to our pot of gold, and 
their contributions to 
our school would be wel- 
comed at the end of any 
rainbow. 



COACHES, Left to right: Mr. Jack Duncan, Assistant Varsity Football 
and Wrestling Coach; Mr. Kenneth Stallard, JV Football; Mr. Carl Tacy, 
Head Basketball Coach; Mr. Harry Loftus, JV Football; Mr. Charles 
Tickle, JV Basketball; Mr. Ed Rockwell, Head Football Coach. 






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Richard Patterson 


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Best School Spirit Most Athletic 

Helen Whitehurst and Billy Self Nancy Jo Newman and Terry Patterson 



Cutest 


Friendliest 


Best All Round 


Linda Aust and Kenny Powers Kay Stuart and Swanson Stout Janet Kirkner and David Hurd 



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Most Likely to Succeed 

Dianne Broekmeyer and 
Larry Marshall 


Best Dressed 

Pat Bocock and Steve Pearce 


J2est 


Best Personality 

Kaye Catron and Terry Blair 


Most Dependable 

Alberta Elkins and Allen Jones 



Most Happy Go Lucky 

Mary Lou Cox and Kenny Johnson 



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Most Intellectual 

Kay Hurst and William Cox 


Most Talented 

Mary Stuart Johnston and 
Norman McMillan 


Most Original 

Dee Ann Rooker and Arby Frost 


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Best Leaders 

Margaret Ann Painter and 
Richard Patterson 


Most Dignified 

Martha Graham and 
Jess Chrumbley 










Best Dancers Best Looking Most Popular 

Janice Freeman and Sue Mickey and Jack Byrd Burley Jean Semones and 

Richard Waddell Gale Grantham 










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^aid of ^Sonor MARY AGNES LIVELY 


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First row, Left to right: Cary Sutherland; Yvonne 
Thompson; Carole Sue Lefler; Miss P.H.S.; Christie 
Hurst; Norma Kaye Chrisley; Patsy Cook. Second 
row, Left to right: Dee Ann Rooker, Helen White- 
hurst, Janet Kirkner, Diana Grubb, Jewel Catron. 


Thitd row, Left to right: Kay Stuart, Druscilla 
Martin, Margaret Ann Painter, Janice Freeman, 
Brenda Grubb, Sue Mickey, Dottie Cassell, Charlotte 
Smith, Alice Wheeling. 


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sie, Sara Jane English, Martha Rice, Pat Bocock. 
Third row, Left to right: Kathryn Clark, Janis Fagg, 
Cynthia Vaughan, Susan Tickle, Marie Worrell, 
lone Leeson. 


First row, Left to right: Norma Hagee; Burley Jean 
Semones; Mary Agnes Lively, Maid of Honor; 
Martha Lemons; Nancy Jo Wilson; Linda Aust. 
Second row, Left to right: Kaye Catron, Judy Mas- 




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Danny Anderson 
Sophomore 
Attendant 





Burley Jean Semones 
Senior 
Queen 




Jewel Catron 

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Attendant 




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DANNY GARDNER AKERS 

Football, 8; J.V., 9; Varsity, 10, 11; Captain, 12. 
Homeroom Vice-President, 8, 9. Class Secretary, 9; 
Class Treasurer, 10. Boys’ Monogram Club 10, 11, 
12. Track, 8. 

PATRICIA LOU AKERS 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11; Reporter, 12. G.A.A. 8, 9, 

10. Monogram Club, 10, 11, 12. Homeroom Vice 
President, 11; Homeroom Secretary, 8, 9, 10, 12. 

CHARLES PEYTON ALLEY 
School Bus Driver, 12. 

ALENE DONNA ANDERSON 

Science Fair, 8. F.H.A., 9. May Day Dance, 10. 

RUBY JEWEL ANDREWS 

F. H.A., 9, 10. 

CHARLES ALLEN AUST, JR. 

Hi-Y, 10, 11. D.O. Club, 11. 

LINDA KAYE AUST 

G. A.A. , 8. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11. Class Vice- 
President, 9, 11. Class President, 12. Class As- 
sembly, 9, 11. S.C.A. Secretary, 10. S.C.A. Con- 
vention, 10. S.C.A. District Meeting, 10. Activities 
Council, 12. Pep Club, 10, 11, 12. President of 
National Junior Honor Society, 10. National Honor 
Society, 12. Beta Club, 11, 12. Alternate to Girls’ 
State. Miss P.H.S. Contest, 12. 


CHARLES EDWARD BABB 

Chorus, 9, 10. Homeroom Treasurer, 10. 


GEORGE GRANVILLE BAGEANT 

Band, 8. Homeroom Presirent, 8. S.C.A., 8. Bas- 
ketball, J.V., 9, 10. Science Club, 9. Chemistry Club, 

11. Golf Team, 10, 11. Class Assembly, 9, 11. 

PHILIP MORGAN BAKER 
D.E. Club, 11, 12. 

DARRELL LEWIS BARKER 
Football, 8. Class Assembly, 9, 11. Science Fair, 
11. Science Club, 8, 9, 10. 


BONNIE SUE BARNETTE 

May Day Dance, 10. Beta Club, 11, 12. Library 
Club, 11, 12. 

BARBARA FAYE BENTLEY 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 12. Homeroom Secretary, 8. 
Homeroom Chaplain, 10. May Day Dances, 8, 10. 
G.A.A., 8. Science Fair, 9. Class Assembly, 9, 11. 
F.T.A., 10, 11; President, 12. F.T.A. Convention, 
11, 12. Beta Club, 11, 12. 


DOUGLAS TERRY BLAIR 

Band, 8, 9, 10; Treasurer, 11; President, 12. 
Track, 8. Class Assembly, 9, 11. Science Club, 9, 
10. Chemistry Club, 11. Boys’ State Delegate. 
Usher for Graduation. Beta Club, 11, 12. Key 
Club, 12. 

PATRICIA ANN BOCOCK 
Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. G.A.A., 8, 9. Home- 
room President, 11, 12. Student Council, 11, 12. 
Homeroom Chaplain, 8. Class Assembly, 9, 11. Sci- 


ence Fair, 8; Award, 9. May Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. 
District S.C.A. Representative, 12. Library Club, 

12. Senior Steering Committee. Miss P.H.S. Con- 
test, 12. 


JERRY WAYNE BRANSCOME 

Football, J.V., 10; Varsity, 11, 12. Class Assembly, 

11 . 


WILLIAM WAYNE BREEDLOVE 

Golf Team, 9. Boys’ Glee Club President, 9. Class 
Assembly, 9. Chorus, 12. Prom Committee, 11. 

DIANNE BROCKMEYER 
Girls’ Glee Club, 9. Homeroom President, 10. 
Chorus, 10, 11, 12. Beta Club, 11, 12. National Ju- 
nior Honor Society, 10. National Honor Society, 12. 

ETHEL MOORE BROOKMAN 

D.E. Club, 12. May Day Dances, 8, 10. Art Club, 
10. Girls’ Glee Club, 9. Chorus, 10. Homeroom 
Chaplain, 8. 

JOSEPH BRYSON 
Wrestling Team, 11. 


LINDA ESTELLE BURCHETT 
Tri-Hi-Y, 8. May Day Dances, 8, 10. Glee Club, 9. 
Chorus, 10. Homeroom Treasurer, 10, 12. 

JOHN INMAN BYRD 

8; transfer from Florida, Football, Basketball. 
Football; J.V., 9; Varsity, 10, 12. May Day Court, 
9, 10, 11. Track, 11. Class Assembly, 11. Boys’ 
Monogram Club, 11; President, 12. 


SHERMAN CAIN, JR. 

Boys’ Glee Club; Secretary, 9. Chorus, 10. Indus- 
trial Arts Exhibits, 10. D.O. Club, 11, 12. 


ETTA LEE CARLTON 

Girls’ Glee Club, 9. Science Fair, 9. F.T.A., 10, 
11, 12. Beta Club, 11, 12. Chorus, 12, 


LINDA PAULETTE CARRICO 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. G.A.A., 9. National 
Honor Society, 10. National Honor Society, 12. 
Homeroom Vice-President, 12. Homeroom Secre- 
tai - y, 10. Homeroom Treasurer, 11. V.O.T., 12. 

CYNTHIA ADELAIDE CARROLL 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11. Science Fair; Award, 8, 9. 
Class Assembly, 9, 11. G.A.A., 8, 9. Science Club, 

9, 12. May Day Dance, 10. Library Club, 11, 12. 
Homeroom Treasurer, 8. Homeroom Chaplain, 11, 
12 . 

JEAN ELIZABETH CASSELL 

G.A.A., 8. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 10, 12. May Day Dance, 
8. Science Fair, 9. Homecoming Float Committee, 

10 , 11 , 12 . 

SWANNA KAYE CATRON 

May Day Court, 8, 9, 10, 11. Miss P.H.S. Contest, 
8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10; Vice-President, 
11, 12. G.A.A., 8. Class Assembly, 9. Cheerleader, 
10, 11; co-head, 12. Monogram Club, 10, 11; Secre- 
tary, 12. Pep Club, 10, 11, 12. Beta Club, 11, 12. 
Girls’ State Representative, 11. Homeroom Presi- 
dent, 12. Talent Show, 11. 


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HAROLD LEE CHILDRESS 

Shop Superintendent, 9. D.E. Club, 11. School 
Bus Driver, 12. 


VIRLEN EDWARD CHRISLEY 
Class Assembly, 9, 11. 


CAROL ANN CLARK 

G.A.A., 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Homeroom Chaplain, 9, 

10, 11. Glee Club, 9. Chorus, 11, 12. Monogram 
Club, 10, 11, 12. Science Fair, 11. May Day Chorus, 

11. Beta Club, 11, 12. 


WILLIAM MICHAEL CLARK 

Band, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Science Fair, 8, 9. Home- 
room President, 9. Student Council, 9. Dance Band, 
10. Talent Show, 11. Wrestling Team, 11. Class 
Assembly, 11. 


JAMES VINTON COVEY, JR. 

School Bus Driver, 11, 12. F.T.A., 11, 12. Li- 
brary Club, 12. 


JOANNE COX 

G.A.A., 8, 10. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. May 
Day Dances, 8, 9. Science Fair, Award, 8, 10. Sci- 
ence Club, 9. Class Assembly, 8, 11. Girls’ Glee Club; 
President, 9. Chorus, 10, 11. F.H.A., 11, 12. V.O.T., 
12 . 


MARY LOU COX 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10; Vice-President, 11, 12. Li- 
brary Club, 11. Senior Steering Committee. 


TERESA CAROL COX 

G.A.A.,8. F.H.A., 9. Chorus, 10, 11. May Day 
Dance, 11. 

WILLIAM EDWARD COX 

National Junior Honor Society, 10. Beta Club, 
11, 12. National Honor Society; President, 12. Class 
Treasurer, 12. Chemistry Club; Vice-President, 11. 


CHARLES S. CRAWFORD, JR. 

May Day Court, 8, 9, 10, 11. Track, 8; Varsity, 
9, 10, 11. Basketball, 8; J.V., 9, 10. Manager Var- 
sity Basketball, 11. Band, 8, 9, 10, 11; Drum Major, 

12. Key Club, 9, 10, 11, 12. Monogram Club, 9, 10, 
11, 12. Science Fair, 9, 11. Stage Lighting Tech- 
nician, 9, 10; Chief, 11, 12. Beta Club, 11, 12. Vice- 
President of Homeroom, 11. 


JESS CRUMBLEY, III 

Science Fair, 8, 9, 11. Boys’ Glee Club, 9. Golf 
Team, 9, 10, 11, 12. Homeroom President, 9. Na- 
tional Junior Honor Society, 10. Student Council, 
9. Homeroom Treasurer, 12. National Honor So- 
ciety, Chaplain, 12. Beta Club, 11, 12. Activities 
Council, 12. Key Club, 10, 11; President, 12. Boys’ 
Monogram Club, 11, 12. Graduation Usher. Dele- 
gate Capitol District Key Club Convention. Chem- 
istry Club. Science Scholarship to Northwestern 
University in Illinois. 


DONALD CLINTON CROWDER 

Art Club, 9, 12. F.T.A., 11, 12. Homeroom Chap- 
lain, 11, 12. 


EUNICE PAULINE DAVIS 

Home-Economics, 8, 9, 10. Library Club, 8, 9, 

10 , 11 . 

ROBERT EDWARD DAVIS 

9; transfer from Poquoson, Va. Basketball, J.V. 
Library Club, 11, 12. 


LELAND DAWSON, JR. 

Basketball Manager, 8. Football, 8; J.V., 9, 10; 
Varsity, 11, 12. Class Assembly, 9. Homeroom Pres- 
ident, 10. Homeroom Vice-President, 9, 12. Home- 
room Secretary, 11. May Day Court, 10, 11. Key 
Club, 11, 12. Boys’ Monogram Club, 12. Science 
Fair, 11. 

LANSFORD O’DELL DAWSON 
Track, 8. Basketball, J.V., 10; Varsity, 11, 12. 

MARJORIE MARIE DICKERSON 

F.H.A., 8; Reporter, 9. May Day Chorus, 11. 
Chorus, 11, 12. 


ROCK TAYLOR DUKE 

Football, 8; J.V., 9; Varsity, 10, 11. Track, 8, 9. 
Basketball, 8; J.V., 9. May Day Court, 9, 10, 11. 
Boys’ Monogram Club, 11, 12. Class Assembly, 11. 


VIOLET CORNELLIA EAST 

F.H.A., 9. Glee Club, 9. Chorus, 10, 11. D.O. 
Club; Secretary, 12. 


DENNIS EDWOOD EDWARDS 

Science Fair, 9. D.O. Club, 11; Vice-President, 12. 


MANILA ALBERTA ELKINS 

G.A.A., 8, 9, 10. May Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. Class 
Assembly, 9. Monogram Club, 10, 11. Annual Staff; 
Business Secretary, 10, 11; Associate Editor, 12. 
F.T.A., 10; Secretary, 11. Pep Club, 11; Treasurer, 
12. Beta Club, 11, 12. National Honor Society, 12. 
Senior Steering Committee, 12. 


MARY ELEANOR ELLIS 

F.H.A., 9; Secretary, 10. Chorus, 10, 11. Beta 
Club, 11, 12. 

DONNA SUE FARLEY 
F.H.A., 10. 

PATRICIA CAROL FARLEY 
F.H.A., 8, 9, 10. 

THEDA KAYE FARMER 

Homeroom President, 8, 9, 10. Student Council, 
8, 9, 10. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10. National Junior Honor 
Society, 10. National Honor Society, 12. Beta Club, 
11; President, 12. Pep Club, 11, 12. Chemistry 
Club, 11. First place in “I Speak For Democracy” 
contest, 11. Activities Council, 12. Annual Staff; 
Photographer, 11; Layout Editor, 12. , 


JOHNSIE IRENE FOWLER 
Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. G.A.A., 8, 9, 10. May 
Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. Class Assembly, 9. Home- 
room Treasurer, 9. Beta Club, 11, 12. 


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JANICE DAWN FREEMAN 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. G.A.A., 8. Class As- 
sembly, 9, 11. Science Club, 9. Science Fair Honor- 
able Mention, 9. F.H.A., 9. May Day Dances, 9, 

10. P.H.S. Majorette, 10. Homeroom President, 11, 
12. Student Council, 11, 12. Senior Steering Com- 
mittee. Annual Staff; Typist, 12. Beta Club, 12. 
Miss P.H.S. Contest, 12. 

PHILIP WARD FREEMAN 

11; transfer from Chattanooga, Tenn., Band, 8, 
9, 10; 11, 12. Science Club, 8, 9, 10. Chemistry Club, 

11. Hi-Y, 12. Senior Play. 


ARBY LA VERNE FROST 

Talent Show, 10, 11. Delegate to Boys’ State, 11. 
Key Club; Reporter, 12. S.C.A. Reporter, 12. Na- 
tional Junior Honor Society, 10. National Honor 
Society, 12. Beta Club, 11, 12. 


JAMES EMERSON GALLIMORE 

Class Assembly, 9, 11. Chemistry Club; Treas- 
urer, 11. Senior Play. 


GILES MADISON GILLEY 

Band, 8. Football, 8. Track, 8. Class Assembly, 
9. Homecoming Float Committee, 10, 11. 


WALKER DICKERSON GOAD 

Track, 8. Library Club, 11. Usher for Gradua- 
tion, 11. 


MARTHA STEWART GRAHAM 

Homeroom Treasurer, 8. Library Club, 9. Tri- 
Hi-Y, 10, 11. National Junior Honor Society; Re- 
porter, 10. National Honor Society, 12. Beta Club, 
11, 12. Pep Club, 11; Vice-President, 12. Candidate 
for S.C.A. President. National Science Foundation 
Summer Scholarship, 10, 11. Science Club, 10. Chem- 
istry Club;. Secretary, 11. Poetry Reading Contest; 
Second Place, 11. P.H.S. Science Fair; Second 
Place, 11. District Science Fair; Award, 11. D.A.R. 
Award, 12. 


BURMAN GALE GRANTHAM 

Football; 8; J.V., 9; Varsity, 10, 11; Tri-Cap- 
tain, 12. Track, 8; Varsity, 9, 10, 11, 12. Class As- 
sembly, 9, 11. Science Club, 9. Senior Steering 
Committee. May Day Court, 11. Homecoming King, 

12. Monogram Club, 10, 11, 12. Junior-Senior Prom 
Committee, 11. 


CAROLYN KAYE GROSS 
Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11; Treasurer, 12. May Day 
Dances, 9, 10. F.H.A., 9. Homeroom Treasurer, 11. 
Class Assembly, 9, 11. 


ROSEMMA PAYNE GRUBB 

12; transfer from C. I. following activities at C. I.: 
Attendant to Miss Homecoming, 8. Varsity Cheer- 
leader, 8, 9, 10, 11. Band, 8, 9, 10, 11. Y.W.C.A., 8, 
9, 10, 11. F.B.L.A., 10, 11. Class President, 9. Class 
Vice-President, 8. Class Secretary, 10. 


BARBARA ANN GUYNN 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Homeroom Secretary, 

8, 11. Homeroom Treasurer, 12. Class Assembly, 

9, 11. Science Club, 9. Girls’ Glee Club, 9. Chorus, 

10, F.H.A., 9. May Day Dances, 9, 10. Beta Club, 12. 


NORMA JEAN HAGEE 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. G.A.A., 9, 10. Class 
Assembly, 9, 11. May Day Dances, 9, 10. Homeroom 
Vice-President, 8, 11. Homeroom Secretary, 12. 
Miss P.H.S. Contest, 12. 

ROBERT JOSEPH HALL, JR. 

Basketball, 8. Beta Club, 11, 12. 

RONNIE McGILL HALL 
Junior-Senior Prom Committee, 11. 


RONALD BRUCE HALL 

Hi-Y, 11. Beta Club, 11, 12. D.E. Club, 12. 


LORETTA CAROL HANCOCK 

Class Assembly, 9, 11. Girls’ Glee Club, 9. Chorus, 
10, 11. Homeroom President, 10. S.C.A., Council, 

10. May Day Usher, 11. Beta Club, 11, 12. 


JETTIE DIANE HARRELL 

May Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9. Science 
Fair, 8. Class Assembly, 9. Homeroom Treasurer, 
9. Homeroom Chaplain, 12. Senior Play. 


CURTIS LEE HAWKINS 
Class Assembly, 9. Football, 8, 10. Homecoming 
Float Committee, 10, 11. 


RITA FAYE HAWKS 

Science Fair, 8. F.H.A., 10, 12. Beta Club, 11, 
12. National Junior Honor Society, 10. National 
Honor Society, 12. 


JANE ELIZABETH HERRON 

G.A.A., 8, 9. Band, 8, 9. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 
12. Class Assembly, 9, 11. Prom Committee, 11. 
F.T.A., 11. May Day Dance, 10. Homeroom Vice- 
President, 11. Senior Play. Poetry Contest, Honor- 
able Mention. 

FREDERICK JAMES HILL 

Chemistry Club, 11. Beta Club, 11, 12. 

MARTHA RAYE HILL 
Girls’ Glee Club, 9. Chorus, 10, 11, 12. 

PATSY ANN HODGE 
F.H.A., 9. Beta Club, 11, 12. 

MARY ANN HOGANS 

12; transfer from C.I. Following activities at 
C.I.: English Speech Club, 9. Fashion Show, 10. 


PATRICIA ANN HOLLINS 

Science Fair, 8. Tri-Hi-Y, 10, 11, 12. S.C.A. 
Council, 11. Beta Club, 11, 12. National Junior 
Honor Society, 10. National Honor Society, 12. 
Class Assembly, 11. 


FRANK ELMORE HOTZ 
Basketball; Manager, 8; J.V., 10. X rac k, 8. Sci- 
ence Club, 9. Chemistry Club, 11. Beta Club, 11, 12. 


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ELMOND JOHNNY HOWLETT 

Boys’ Glee Club; President, 9. Class Assembly, 

9. Prom Committee, 11. Chorus, 11, 12. 

JANIE SUE HUGHES 

G.A.A., 8, 9, 10, 11. Homeroom Vice-President, 
8, 9. May Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. F.H.A., 9. Class 
Assembly, 9, 11. Homeroom Secretary, 10. Science 
Fair, 9. Girls’ Glee Club; Treasurer, 9. Chorus, 10, 

11. Monogram Club, 10, 11, 12. Prom Committee, 11. 

ROGER DOUGLAS HUGHES 
Art Club, 12. 

NORMA JEAN HUGHES 

May Day Dances, 8, 9. Homeroom President, 9. 
S.C.A. Council, 9. Homeroom Secretary, 8. Girls’ 
Glee Club, 9. Class Assembly, 9. G.A.A., 9; Sec- 
retary, 10, 11. F.H.A., 9. Chorus, 10, 11. Mono- 
gram Club, 10, 11. Beta Club, 11, 12. D.E. Club, 12. 

JUDY LANE HUGHETT 

Science Fair, 8, 9. G.A.A., 9. F.H.A., 9, 10. 

AUDREY GRANT HURD 
D.O. Club, 11, 12. 

DAVID ALAN HURD 

Basketball, 8; J.V., 9; Varsity, 10, 11; co-captain, 

12. Basketball Award, 11. Track, 8. May Day 
Court, 9, 10, 11. Hi-Y, 10, 11; President, 12. Home- 
room President, 10, 11. Homeroom Vice-President, 
8, 12. S.C.A. Council, 10, 11. Activities Council, 12. 
Key Club, 10; Reporter, 11, 12. Monogram Club, 10, 
11,' 12. Delegate to Boys’ State, 11. Chemistry 
Club, 11. 

IZELLA KAYE HURST 

Girls’ Monogram Club, 10, 11; President, 12. May 
Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. G.A.A., 8, 9, 10; General 
Manager, 11, 12. Library Club, 11, 12. Beta Club, 

11, 12. National Junior Honor Society, 10. National 
Honor Society, 12. 

WANDA JOYCE JACKSON 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10. Class Assembly, 9, 11. Science 
Fair, 8, 9, 10. Pep Club, 10, 11, 12. Library Club, 

12. Beta Club, 11, 12. 

HALLIE RHEA JENNINGS 

F.H.A., 8, 9, 10. Science Fair, 8. Class Assem- 
bly, 9, 11. 

ALLEN LAWRENCE JONES 

Basketball, 8; J.V., 9, 10; Varsity, 11. Track, 8. 
Secretary of Class, 8. Treasurer of Class, 11. Sci- 
ence Club, 9; Fair, 11. Chemistry Club, 11. Key 
Club, 11, 12. Homeroom President, 12. Homeroom 
Treasurer, 11. S.C.A. Council, 12. Graduation Usher, 
11. Beta Club, 11, 12. 

LINDA JUANITA JONES 

Talent Show, 9, 10, 11. May Day Dances, 10. 
Class Assembly, 11. 

JAMES KENNETH JOHNSON 

Football, 8; J.V., 9; Varsity, 11, 12. Hi-Y, 10, 12. 
Class Assembly, 9, 11. Prom Committee, 11. 

MYRTLE MARGARET JOHNSTON 
Band, 8, 9, 10; Majorette 11, co-head, 12. G.A.A., 
8. May Day Dances, 8. F.H.A., 10. 


MARY STUART JOHNSTON 
Vice-president homeroom, 8. May Day Dances, 
8, 10. Talent show, 9, 10, 11. Class Assembly, 9, 11. 
Played for graduation 10, 11. Accompanist for Sen- 
ior Chorus, 10, 11, 12. Author of play “First Date.” 
F.T.A., 11, 12. Homeroom Chaplain, 10. Science 
Club, 9. Science Fair, 8, 9, 11. 


MARY THOMAS JOHNSTON 

G.A.A., 8, 9. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 12. Secretary of 
Homeroom, 10. D.E. Club, 11. 


DARLENE KANODE 

Glee Club, 9. F.H.A., 9; district chaplain, 10; 
president, 11. 


JAMES IRVAN KIDD 

Track, 8. Science Fair, 8, 9. Science Club 9. Hi-Y 
9. Class Assembly 11. D.E. Club, 11, 12. 


CAROL JANET KIRKNER 

Tri-Hi-Y 8; secretary 9, 10; reporter 11; presi- 
dent 12. Class Assembly 9, 11. May Day Dances 9, 

10. Library Club 9. Homeroom president 10; Vice- 
President 11, 12. Miss P.H.S. Contest 10, 11, 12; 
May Day Court, crown bearer, 11. Beta Club, 11; 
secretary 12. Science Fair, 11. Model General As- 
sembly Delegate, 11. Blue Ridge delegate, 11. Dra- 
matics play, 11. Varsity cheerleader, 12. Senior 
Steering Committee, 12. 

JOSEPH CECIL LAWSON 
Art Club, 12. 

CAROLE SUE LEFLER 

Homeroom treasurer, 8. G.A.A. 8, 9, 10. May 
Day Dances, 8, 9, 10, Monogram Club, 10, 11. Var- 
sity cheerleader, 11. Pep Club, 11; president, 12. 
Tri-Hi-Y, 11, 12. Homeroom secretary, 11. Miss 
P.H.S. Contest, 11; Miss P.H.S., 12. Beta Club, 11, 
12. Candidate for Girls’ State, 11. Activities Coun- 
cil, 12. 


MARTHA LORRAINE LEMONS 

Class treasurer, 8. Homeroom president, 8, 9. 
Miss P.H.S. Contest, 8, 12. S.C.A., 8, 9. May Day 
Dances, 8, 9, 10. G.A.A. 8, 9. Science Fair 8. Tri- 
Hi-Y 8; Vice-President 9; reporter 10, 11. Class As- 
sembly, 9, 11. Science Club, 9. Library Club, 9, 10, 
11, 12. F.T.A. reporter, 11, 12. Prom Committee, 

11. Steering Committee, 12. 


PATRICIA ANN LEWIS 

Transfer from C.I. grade 12. The following at 
C.I.: Band, 8, 9, 10, 11. Homecoming attendant, 8, 
11. Highlight night activity, 8, 9, 10, 11. Class vice- 
president, 9. Brotherhood Week chairman. Biology 
Club, president, 10. Science Fair, second place, 11. 
Talent Show, 10, 11. Fashion Show, 10, 11. French 
Club, 11. Library Club, 11. 


JULIA ELLEN LOOKABILL 

May Day Dance, 8, 9, 10. Tri-Hi-Y, 9, 10, 11, 12. 
Science Fair, 9. National Junior Honor Society, 10. 
F.T.A. , 10, 11; secretary 12. Pep Club, 11; reporter 

12. Beta Club, 11, 12. Prom Committee, 11. Class 
Assembly, 11. Candidate for D.A.R. Award, 12. 


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LARRY RAY MARSHALL 

Science Fair, 8, 10, 11. National Junior Honor 
Society, 10. Beta Club, 11, 12. Varsity Wrestling, 
11, 12. Varsity Track, 11. Usher at Graduation, 

11. National Honor Society; treasurer 12. Steer- 
ing Committee, 12. Usher for Miss P.H.S. Contest, 

12 . 

MARY JO MARSHALL 

G.A.A., 8. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. May Day 
Dances, 8, 10. Class Assembly, 9, 11. F.T.A., 10, 11, 
12. Chemistry Club, 12. 

EVELYN DRUSCILLA MARTIN 

Homeroom president, 11. Homeroom Vice-Presi- 
dent, 8. Science Fair, 8. G.A.A. 8, 9, 10. Tri-Hi-Y 

8, 9, 10; secretary, 11, 12. May Day Dances, 8, 10. 
Homeroom secretary, 9. Library Club, 9. Beta Club, 
11; chaplin, 12. S.C.A., 11. Annual Staff, Junior 
Class Editor, 11; associate editor, 12. Prom Com- 
mittee, 11. Class Assembly, 9, 11. Homeroom sec- 
retary, 12. Miss P.H.S. Contest, 12. 

HOWARD DOUGLAS MARTIN 

Track, 8. Science Fair, 8. Football, J.V., 9, 10. 
Basketball, J.V., 11. Graduation Usher, 11. D.E. 
Club, 12. 

ROGER MATHERLY 
D.O. Club, 12. 

NORMAN OTIS McMILLAN 

Talent Show, 8, 9, 10. Class Assembly, 9. Home- 
room Chaplain, 12. 

RILEY THOMAS McPEAK 

Basketball, 8, J.V., 9; Track, 8. Science Fair, 8, 

9, 11. National Junior Honor Society; secretary, 10. 
Beta Club, 11, 12. Chemistry Club, librarian, 11; 
12. Graduation Usher, 11. Hi-Y, 12. 

RONALD ALLEN MELTON 

Basketball, 8, J.V., 9; Varsity, 10, 11, 12. Track, 

8. Science Fair, 8, 9, 11. National Junior Honor 
Society, 10. Homeroom secretary-treasurer, 11. Beta 
Club, 11, 12. Key Club, 11; treasurer, 12. Mono- 
gram Club, 11, 12. Graduation Usher, 11. 

MARTHA SUE MICKEY 

Glee Club, president 9. May Day Dances, 9, 10, 
11. Talent Show, 10. Chorus, 10, 11, 12. Homeroom 
Vice-President 12. Miss P.H.S. Contest, 12. 

KAREN PERRY MILLIRONS 

May Day Dances, 8. Science Fair, 8, 9, 10, 11. 
Science Club, 9. F.H.A., 10. Chemistry Club, 12. 

JAMES DALE MINK 

Homeroom President 8, 9. S.C.A. 8, 9. Class As- 
sembly, 9, 11. Science Fair, 8. Track, 9. Transfer: 
Luray High School; Football, 10. D.E. Club, 11. 

BARRY ST. CLAIR MOORE 

Basketball, 8. Homeroom Vice-President, 8, 9. 
Science Fair, 8; Regional Science Fair, 11. Track, 9. 
Football; J.V. 10; Varsity, 11, 12. Key Club, 11, 12. 
Chemistry Club, 11. 

DAVID WILLIAM MOREHEAD 

Science Fair, 8, 9. Class Assembly, 9. Library 
Club, 10, 11, 12. Football; J.V., 10. Dramatics play, 
11 . 


JAMES IRVAN MORRIS 
D.E. Club, 12. 


ROY STERLING MYERS 
D.E. Club, 12. 

LAWRENCE WAYNE NELSON 
Football, J.V., 9. 

NANCY JO NEWMAN 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8. G.A.A. , 8, 9; Reporter, 10, 11; Presi- 
dent, 12. May Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. Science Club, 9. 
Pep Club, 10; Secretary, 11, 12. Girls’ Monogram 
Club, 10, 11, 12. Library Club, treasurer, 11. Class 
Assembly, 11. Homeroom Vice-President, 11. An- 
nual Stall, Girls’ Sports Editor. Homeroom Secre- 
tary, 12. Activities Council, 12. Senior Play, 12. 


ROGER DALE O’DELL 

Homeroom President, 8. Track, 8, 10. S.C.A., 8. 
Art Club, 9. May Day Court, 10, 11. Wrestling, 10. 
Chorus, 10, 11; Vice-President, 12. Spring Concert, 

10. All State Chorus, 12. 


ANN SHARRON OWEN 
G.A.A., 8. Band, 8, 9, 10; Majorette, 11; Head 
Majorette, 12. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, Secretary, 12. 
May Day Dances, 8, 10. Class Assembly, 9, 11. 
Float Committee, 9, 10, 12. Dance Band Orchestra, 

10, 11. Homeroom Secretary, 11. Prom Committee, 

11. Blue Ridge Assembly Delegate. 


MARGARET ANN PAINTER 
Tri-Hi-Y, 8, President, 9, 10, Chaplain, 11. Blue 
Ridge Assembly Delegate, 10. G.A.A., 8, 9. Science 
Fair, 8. County Science Fair Award, 9. National 
Junior Honor Society; Parliamentarian, 10. Na- 
tional Honor Society; secretary, 12. Beta Club, 11, 

12. Beta Convention, 11. Class Vice-President, 10. 
Class President, 11. Annual Staff; Class Editor, 10; 
Assistant Editor, 11; Editor-in-chief, 12. Activities 
Council, 11, 12. Steering Committee, 12. Student 
Director, Class Play, 12. Miss P.H.S. Contest, 11, 
12. May Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. May Day Court, 11. 


RICHARD JACKSON PATTERSON 

Class President, 8. Homeroom President, 9, 10, 
12. S.C.A. , 8; treasurer, 9, 10, 12. Science Fair, 8, 
9, 11. S.C.A. District Workshop, 11, 12. Key Club 
Secretary, 10, 11, 12. S.C.A. State Convention, 10. 
Annual Staff; Assistant Business Manager, 11; 
Business Manager, 12. Chemistry Club, 11. Boys’ 
Monogram Club, 11. Boys’ State, 11. Beta Con- 
vention, 11. Activities Council, 11. Football Man- 
ager, 11. Key Club District Workshop, 11. National 
Honor Society, Vice-President, 12. 

PATRICIA IRENE PATTON 
F.H.A., 9. G.A.A., 9. 

DAVID CARLE PAYTON 

Transfer from C.I. Following at C.I.: Basketball; 
J.V., 8, 9; Varsity, 10. Football, 8. 


STEVE M. PEARCE 

Homeroom Treasurer, 8. Boys’ Monogram Club, 

9, 10, 11, 12. Football; Varsity Manager, 9. Hi-Y, 

10, 12. May Day Court, 11. 


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JOHN EDWIN PINKARD 

Basketball, 8; J.V., 10. Track, 8. Science Fair, 

8, 9. Science Club, 9. Hi-Y, 9. Class Assembly, 9. 
Football, Varsity, 11, 12. Key Club, 12. 

JOYCE ANN POE 

Transfer from C.I. Following at C.I.: Homeroom 
Secretary-Treasurer, 8. S.C.A. Representative, 9. 
Senior Chorus, 11, 12. 

TERRY LEE POWELL 

Track, 8. Science Fair, 8, 9, 11. Science Club, 8, 

9, 10. Football; J.V., 9. Hi-Y, 10, 11, 12. Home- 
room Treasurer, 10. Key Club, 11, 12. Chemistry 
Club, 11. 

KENNETH MARVIN POWERS 

Football, 8; J.V., 9; Varsity, 11, 12. Track, 8. 
Class Vice-President, 8. Science Fair, 8, 9, 11. Band, 

8, 9. Science Club, 8, 9. Homeroom President, 9. 
S.C.A., 9. Library Club; Vice-President, 10. Wres- 
tling, 10, 11, 12. Hi-Y, 10. Homeroom Vice-Presi- 
dent, 11, 12. Chemistry Club, 11. May Day Court, 

11. Key Club, 11, 12. Class Play, 9, 11. 

HARRY BURKS RHETT 
Homeroom Secretary, 8. Science Fair, 8, 11. Sci- 
ence Club, 9, 10. Glee Club, 9. Assembly, 9, 11. 
Homeroom Vice-President, 10. Chemistry Club, 11. 
Library Club, 11, 12. Hi-Y, 12. 

CAROLYN SUE RICHARDSON 

Science Fair, 8, 9, 11; District, 9, winner. Sci- 
ence Club, 9, 10, 11; Secretary-treasurer, 12. G.A.A., 

9, 10. Glee Club, 9. May Day Dances, 10. National 
Junior Honor Society, 10. Beta Club, 11, 12. Chem- 
istry Club, 11. National Honor Society, 12. Annual 
Staff, Literary Editor, 12. Candidate for D.A.R. 
Award, 12. 

HARRIET IMOGENE RICHARDSON 
F.H.A., 10, 12. 

CHARLOTTE SCOTT RICKEY 

F.H.A., 9, 10. G.A.A., 9. Tri-Hi-Y, 9. 

DEE ANN ROOKER 

Tri-Hi-Y ; reporter, 8, 9, 10, 11. Vice-President, 

12. Science Club, 9. Art Club, 8; reporter 9, 10; 
Vice-President, 11. Science Fair, 8; district award, 
9. May Day Dances, 8, 9. G.A.A., 8, 9. Blue Ridge 
Assembly, 9, 11. Miss P.H.S. Contest, 10, 11, 12. 
May Day Court, 10, 11. Beta Club, 11, 12. Talent 
Show, 8, 9, 10, 11. Class Assembly, 9, 11. National 
Honor Society, 12. Senior Play, 12. Annual Staff, 
Art Editor, 12. 

BETTY SUE RUPE 

May Day Dance, 10. Chorus, 10. 

JUDY RUPE 
Art Club, 10. 

SAMMY KAY SAUNDERS 

Homeroom president, 8. Track, 8, 9. 

JACKIE PHYLLIS SELF 
F.H.A., 9, 10. F.T.A., 9, 10. Science Club, 9. Glee 
Club, 10. Treasurer of homeroom, 11. Senior chorus, 
12 . 


BURLEY JEAN SEMONES 

Tri-Hi-Y, secretary 8; 9, 10, 11, 12. May Day 
Dances, 8. May Day Court, 9, 10, 11. Homeroom 
President, 8, 9, 10. S.C.A., 8, 9, 10; Vice-President, 
11; President, 12. S.C.A. Convention, 11. National 
Junior Honor Society, 10. National Honor Society, 
12. Beta Club, 11, 12. Freshman Class assembly, 9. 
President of class, 9. Pep Club, 9, 10, 11, 12. Cheer- 
leader, 9, 10, 11. Monogram Club, 10, 11, 12. Miss 
P.H.S. Contest, 9, 10, 11, 12. Girls’ State, 11. Dis- 
trict S.C.A., 12. 

HAZEL IRENE SISK 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 12. Band, 8, 9, 10. Talent Show, 
9, 10, 11. Homeroom secretary, 10. Senior Chorus, 
12 . 

SADIE JEAN SLATE 

Science Fair, 8, 10. F.H.A., 9, 10. G.A.A., 9. 

WILLIAM HOWARD SMITH 

Track, 8. J.V. Football, 10. D.E. Club, 11. 

DORIS ELLEN SOUTHERN 

Science Fair, 8, 9, 11. Girls’ Glee Club, 9. National 
Junior Honor Society, 10. Vice-President homeroom, 

10. May Day Dances, 10. Beta Club, 11, 12. Na- 
tional Honor Society, 12. 


JOYCE ANN SOUTHERN 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 12. G.A.A., 8. May Day Dances, 

8, 9, 10. Vice-President homeroom, 9. Class Assem- 
bly, 9. Chemistry Club, 11. Beta Club, 12. 

LYNDA LOIS SPENCER 
Class assembly, 9. F.H.A., 9. 

GERALDINE KAY SPRINKLE 

G.A.A., 8. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Class As- 
sembly, 9, 11. May Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. F.T.A., 
10, 11, 12. Homeroom treasurer, 10. Science Fair, 

9, 11. P.H.S., First place; Blacksburg, Honorable 
mention; Western Virginia Science Fair, Roanoke; 
County Fair. Annual Staff; typist, 12. Beta Club, 
12. Chemistry Club. Usher for Senior Play, 12. 
Tri-Hi-Y Float Committee, 12. 


SWANSON MONROE STOUT 

Football, 8; manager, 9, 10, 11. Basketball, 8; 
J.V., 9, 10; Varsity, 11, 12. Track, 8. Boys’ Mono- 
gram Club, 10, 11. 12. Class Assembly, 11. D.E. 
Club, 12. 

MARILYN KAY STUART 

Student Council, 8, 11. Homeroom president, 8, 

11. Science Fair award, 8. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11; 
treasurer, 9. G.A.A., 8. May Day Dances, 8. May 
Day Court, 9, 10, 11. Miss P.H.S. Contest, 9, 10, 11; 
maid of honor, 11. Homeroom Vice-President, 9, 10. 
Class assembly, 9, 11. Library Club, 11, 12. 

ROGER GRAY SUTHERLAND 
Homeroom Vice-President, 9. D.E. Club, 11. 

JUDITH ANN SURFACE 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Class assembly, 9, 11. 
Chorus, 11. F.H.A., 11, Vice-President, 12. F.T.A., 
11, 12. Beta Ulub. 12. 


LUCINDA ANN SURRATT 
F.H.A., 8. G.A.A., 8. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 10, 11. Class 
Assembly, 9, 11. Homeroom secretary, 11. 

BARBARA KENNEDY SUTPHIN 
F.H.A., 9, 12. 

EVERETT LEE SUTPHIN 

Chorus, 10. School bus driver, 10, 11. D.E. Club, 

12 . 

JERRY WAYNE SUTPHIN 

Track, 8, 11, 12. State track meet, 11. Football; 
J.V., 10; Varsity, 11, 12. Chemistry Club, 11. Boys’ 
State, 11. Usher for Graduation, 11. Beta Club, 12. 

RICHARD CRAWFORD THORNTON 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8. May Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. Class 
Bus Driver, 12. 

WANDA JEAN TRACY 

Tri-Hi-Y ,8. May Day Dances, 8, 9, 10. Class 
Assembly, 9. Science Fair, 9; First Place Award. 
National Junior Honor Society, 10. Beta Club, 11. 
National Honor Society, 12. 

DOROTHY GERALDINE TUELL 
Tri-Hi-Y, 9, 10, 11. May Day Dances, 10. Class 
Assembly, 11. 

JACQUELINE RUTH TURNER 
F.H.A., 9, 10. 

LETTY DAWN TURPIN 

F. H.A., 9. 

DORIS JOANNE VORDO 

G. A.A., 10. Library Club, 10, 12. Prom Commit- 
tee, 11. 

RICHARD LEE WADDELL 
Track, 8, 9. Class Assembly, 9. J.V. Football, 10. 
Varsity, 12. Basketball manager, 10. Art Club, 11. 

PATRICIA LEE WALLACE 

G.A.A., 8, 9. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9. Band, 9. Science 
Club, 9. Class Assembly, 9, 11. May Day Dances, 

10. One-Act Play Festival, 10, 11. Talent Show, 11. 
Art Club, 10. Library Club, 12. Senior Play, 12. 

MICHAEL ELLIOT WALKER 
Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10. Homeroom President, 9. Home- 
room Vice-President, 10. Homeroom Treasurer, 8. 
Key Club, 10, 11, 12. 

WILLIAM WATKINS WALTON 

Basketball, 8, 10, 12. Co-Captain, 12. Track, 8. 
Golf, 9, 10, 11. Science Fair, 9, 11. Boys’ Glee Club, 

9. Science Club, 9. Football Manager, 10. National 
Junior Honor Society; Vice-President, 10. Boys’ 
Monogram Club, 9, 10, 11, 12. Key Club, 11. Vice- 
President of Key Club, 12. Chemistry Club, 11. 
Usher at Graduation, 11. National Science Founda- 
tion Scholarship, 11. Beta Club, 11. Treasurer, 12. 
National Honor Society, 12. Usher at Miss P.H.S. 
Contest, 12. Senior Play, 12. 

KENNETH EDWARD WARDEN 
Glee Club, 9. 


HELEN RAYE WARE 

Class assembly, 9, 11. Homeroom secretary-treas- 
urer, 9. Science Fair; first place, 9. Tri-Hi-Y, 9. 
May Day Usher, 11. Homeroom treasurer, 10. Beta 
Club, 11, 12. Homeroom chaplain, 11. Pep Club, 12. 

EDDIE ARNOLD WARF 
J.V. Football, 10; Varsity Football, 11, 12. 

PATRICIA ANN WEBB 

Transfer from Dublin, 10. Library Club, 8. F.H.A., 

8, 9. Band, 9. Homeroom president, 9. G.A.A., 11. 
Tri-Hi-Y, 12. 

VIOLET FAYE WHITE 

G.A.A., 8, 9, 10. Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10. May Day 
Dances, 8, 9. Science Fair, 8; second place. Home- 
room treasurer, 10. Class assembly, 11. 

HELEN ELIZABETH WHITEHURST 

Transferred from Norton High School, 8. Tri- 
Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10. Class assembly, 9, 11. Homeroom 
Vice-President, 9, 12. Girls’ Glee Club, 9. G.A.A., 9, 

10. Science Fair, 9, 11; first place, 9. President 
homeroom, 10. S.C.A. Council, 10, 11. S.C.A. Report- 
er, 11. F.T.A., 10. National Junior Honor Society, 
10. Pep Club, 10, 11, 12; chaplain, 12. Cheerleader, 

10, 11, 12; Head cheerleader, 2. Sophomore class 
secretary, 10. Activities Council, 11. Beta Club, 11, 
12. Girls’ Monogram Club, 11, 12. May Day Court, 

11. Senior Steering Committee, 12. Girls’ State, 11. 
Annual Staff, 12; Senior Class Editor. Miss P.H.S. 
Contest, 12. Senior Play, 12. 

MARGARET ANNE WHITLEY 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Science Fair, 8, 9, 10, 

11. May Day Dances, 9, 10. National Junior Honor 
Society, 10. G.A.A., 10, 11. Talent Show, 10, 11. 
Beta Club, 11, 12. Chemistry Club, 11. Homeroom 
Vice-President, 11. Prom Committee, 11. Varsity 
cheerleader, 12. Annual Staff, 12; Business secre- 
tary. Pep Club, 12. Steering Committee, 12. Senior 
Play, 12. 

ROGER ALTON WILLIAMS 
Band, 8. Science fair, 9. Chorus, 12. 

NANCY JO WILSON 

Tri-Hi-Y, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; Vice-President, 11; 
President, 8, 11. Class assembly, 9, 11. Science Club, 

9. F.H.A., 9. S.C.A. Council, 9,12. Homeroom Presi- 
dent, 9, 12. Homeroom treasurer, 11. Beta Club, 
11, 12. May Day Dances, 9. Activities Council, 11. 
Library Club, 11; reporter. Model General Assem- 
bly, 11. Class Vice-President, 12. Steering Com- 
mittee, 12. Miss P.H.S. Contest, 12. 

JAMES CALVIN WINDLE 

Class Assembly, 9. Library Club, 10, 11, 12. May 
Day Chorus, 10, 11, 12. J.V. Basketball Manager, 
11 . 

DORIS ELOISE WOOD 

G.A.A., 8. Homeroom treasurer, 8. F.H.A., 9. 

Homeroom President, 11. S.C.A. Council, 11. Class 
assembly, 11. Prom Committee, 11. Talent Show, 

11. Tri-Hi-Y, 11, 12. Chaplain homeroom, 12. Chorus, 

12. Tri-Hi-Y Float Committee, 12. 

GARY LEE WRIGHT 

Track, 8. Science Club, 9. Science Fair, 9, 11. 
Beta Club, 11, 12. Chemistry Club, 11. Hi-Y, 12. 
Homeroom Secretary, 12. 


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and your work is never dull. Why not make your 
first job a telephone job — one that can lead to 
a happy, rewarding career? 


THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC 
TELEPHONE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA 



157 




"Clothes Just For You" 


Pulaski Virginia 


I 

Congratulations to the 
Class of 1962 



STICKLER S FUNERAL HOME 


810 North Jefferson Avenue 

Pulaski Virginia 


158 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 


LAVINDER'S MOBILGAS 
STATION 

Phone 3-6581 

Dublin Road Pulaski, Va. 


Compliments of 

GALLIMORE and LIVELY, 
INC. 

General Contractors 

Pulaski Virginia 


159 


Compliments of 

JENNINGS-SHEPHERD 
SPORTING-TOY CENTER 

Roanoke Virginia 


JEFFERSON MILLS 



"The Plant That Cares" 


160 




Compliments of 

AUST 

MOTOR COMPANY 

PULASKI 

VIRGINIA 


Compliments of 


CHARLES 

DEPARTMENT STORE 

Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 

BLUE RIDGE SUPPLY CO. 

Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 

CLAREMONT 

GROCERY 



Compliments of 

HUFF COAL & OIL COMPANY, INC. 

Phone 2-0021 

Pulaski 

Compliments of 

MONTGOMERY WARD 

Virginia 


Dial Dl 3-2421 P. O. Box 556 

C. B. HALSEY CO. 

Wholesale Distributor — Institutional Foods 

R. L. (BOB) TRUSSELL 

Sales Representative ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 


161 


DEE'S CUT-RATE STORES 

"Headquarters For 
School Supplies" 

Pulaski - Marion - Wytheville 


Compliments of 

E M M A R T 

Millinery and Children's 
Wear 


ECONOMY MARKET 


45 East Main 


Free Delivery 


Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 


MORRIS FASHIONS 


COURTESY GRILL 

(Next to Pulaski Hospital) 

"Home of Happy Eating" 



Compliments of 

THE MUSIC SHOP 
AND 

WYSOR APPLIANCES 


Dial 3-3971 


Pulaski 


Virginia 


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NORMA # S 

Junior and Misses 
Smart- Wearing Apparel 

31 E. Main St. 

Pulaski Virginia 


Compliments of 

NUMBER ONE DRUG STORE 

73 W. Main St. 

Phone 2-1111 Pulaski ( Virginia 


Compliments of 


PAUL 

KNITTING MILLS, INC. 

Manufacturers of 

Quality Hosiery 

Over 43 Years in Pulaski 


PULASKI VIRGINIA 


Congratulations 
To The Class of 1962 


Compliments of 

HIGHLAND MEMORY GARDENS 


Dublin Virginia 

PHONE 

5-1181 or 4-1735 


163 





Compliments of 


BUSHONG MOTOR 

CORF. 

Pulaski, Virginia 



DOBBINS' RESTAURANT 

Pizza Pies 

Steaks 

Lee Highway 



Compliments of 


Compliments 


WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 




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We Furnish The Home 
Completely 

"Never a Carrying Charge' 

Compliments of 

GUYNN 
FURNITURE CO. 


Pulaski 


Virginia 


FREEZER-FRESH 

305 N. Washington Ave. 

AND 

QUALITY HOME 
EQUIPMENT CO. 

307 N. Washington Ave. 
Pulaski, Va. 

Owned and Operated by 
Charles and Dorothy Haymore 


Congratulations To Class of '62 


THE PULASKI NATIONAL BANK 


'Two Convenient Locations' 


Main Office — Pulaski 


Branch Office — Fairlawn 


Compliments of 


MAX'S BAKERY 


Compliments of 

MARSHALL 
WELDING SUPPLY 

East Main Street 

Pulaski Virginia 


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Compliments of the 


RALPH'S OF P. H. S. 


Jess Crumbley 
Terry Powell 


David Hurd 
Bill Walton 


TYLER DRUG CO., INC. 

Your Rexall Store 
Prescription Specialists 

Prescriptions called for and delivered at no extra charge 
Phone 2-601 1 Phone 2-4701 


Compliments of 


MARY AGNES, PATSY, 
JERRY, 

HENRY, AND BILLY 


Compliments of 


AMERICAN PIGMENT 
CORPORATION 


Pulaski — Hiwassee 
Virginia 



It pays to look well. 

ELK'S BARBER SHOP 


166 



Visit Southwest Virginia's 
Finest Showplace 

PULASKI THEATRE 

"Relax and Enjoy The 
Best in Entertainment" 


Compliments of 

SOUTHERN STATES 

Pulaski Co-operative, Inc. 

PULASKI VIRGINIA 


Compliments of 


SHOP-RITE MARKET 

1000 Newbern Road 


Free Parking 


Dial 4-141 1 

Pulaski Virginia 


Congratulations to the 
Class of '62 


STEGER'S LAUNDRY 
AND 

DRY CLEANERS 


Compliments of 


VIRGINIA OAK 
FLOORING CO. 


Pulaski 

Virginia 


167 


Compliments of 


VIRGINIA FEED STORE 


Pulaski 


Virginia 


Congratulations To The 
Class of '62 

DARI-DELITE 

Sundaes Ice Cream 

Soft Drinks 


Pulaski 


Virginia 


Compliments of 

COCA-COLA 

BOTTLING COMPANY 

"Have a Coke" 

PULASKI VIRGINIA 


Compliments of 


PRES BROWN'S SPORT SHOP 


P. O. Box 821 Dial HObart 3-3521 


LEXINGTON 


VIRGINIA 



Congratulations To The 
Class of '62 


GENERAL CHEMICAL 
DIVISION 

ALLIED CHEMICAL CORP. 
PULASKI WORKS 


168 


Compliments of 


PULASKI VANCE COMPANY, INC. 


"Your Westinghouse Dealer in Pulaski" 


Pulaski Virginia 


And Compliments of 


PULASKI BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. 

Building Material and Lumber 


Pulaski, Virginia Phone 2-5751 


169 




LUTTRELL CHEVROLET C°' : i 




u 


THE FINEST AND LARGEST STORE IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA 
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS THROUGH AND THROUGH 


GEORGES MEN’S and BOY’S SHOP 


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CONGRATULATIONS TO SENIOR CLASS OF 
NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-TWO 

COLEMAN FURNITURE 
CORPORATION 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


171 


Compliments of 

PULASKI FLOWER SHOP 


Compliments of 

E. D. DAVID 

District Manager 
People's Life Insurance Co. 


PULASKI MOTOR 
COMPANY, INC. 


Sales 


Service 


Dial 2-1271 



172 





Congratulations from 

Buie 

MAYBERRY BUICK, INC. 

East Main Street 
Pulaski, Va. 

"When Better Automobiles Are Built, BUICK Will Build Them'' 



Compliments of 


PULASKI VENEER AND FURNITURE CORPORATION 


Pulaski, Virginia 


173 



Quick Clean Self-Service Laundering 
and Dry Cleaning 

Newbern Road Dora Highway 

Pulaski Virginia 


Your Daytime Companion with 
POWER! PROMOTIONS! 

W.P.ILV. 

Phone 3-3931 5000/1000W 

1580 KC Pulaski, Va. 

Serving Southwest Virginia Since 1946 


174 



Compliments of 

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA 
GAS COMPANY 

338 N. Washington Ave. 
Pulaski Virginia 


Congratulations to the 
Class of 1962 

PIGGLY WIGGLY 

"Home of Fine Foods" 


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF '62 

THE SOUTHWEST TIMES 


"Your Newspaper" 


SMITH OFFICE SUPPLY 

SERVICE 

OFFICE SUPPLIES— OFFICE FURNITURE— ENGRAVING 

Dial 3-7971 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 

B. D. SMITH BROTHERS, 

PRINTERS 

"Serving Southwest Virginia Since 1891" 

Dial 2-2111 

Pulaski, Virginia 



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The Business Staff of the 1962 Oriole would like to thank 
you, the students, faculty, and the advertisers, for your co- 
operation and reception of the annual this year. It is you 
who have made the Oriole possible. 

Richard Patterson 
Henry Albert 
Margaret Anne Whitley 



HOME OF THE ORIOLES 




Seated: Mrs. Lillian Holliday. Standing, left to right-. Mrs. 
Mary Webster, Mrs. Virginia Burchett, Mrs. Bertha Raykes. 

THE CAFETERIA STAFF 


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