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Wf )t 1965 

Oriole 

Volume XLIV 



Published By 
The Students 
of 

IJuIaskt j^cljool 
Tjj^n lasfet, Virginia 


CHIME TATE 

Editor in Chief 

GLORIA DOYLE 
Associate Editor 


FRANKIE FLIPPIN 

Business Manager 

LINDA PATTERSON 
Associate Editor 


Ex Libris 



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As the days of a high school career become numbered, 
a student becomes proud of those thmgs for which he 
has stood. Therefore, as a door behind closes on the 
old and a door ahead opens on the new, we pause to 
declare a faith and pride in those ideals which have 
helped guide us to this time of fulfillment. 

It is then, with a feeling of accomplishment and satis- 
faction, that we, the ORIOLE Staff, present to you the 
Seal of Pulaski High School through our yearbook 
theme for 1965 — THE REVELATION. As the words 
sportsmanship, friendship, citizenship, leadership, and 
most importantly scholarship are implied in the symbol- 
ism of the shield, we see these actual qualities incul- 
cated in the life of the student body. 

Truly our days within these classrooms and halls are 
numbered. May we have the wisdom to accept these 
symbols as life goals. May we ever play the game of 
life honestly. Socially may we never become too busy 
to cultivate a worthwhile friendship. Spiritually, may 
we have the courage to lead, rather than follow the 
crowd. Physically , may we commend our school sports 
and support them without reserve. Academically, may 
we progress under the guidance of our fine teachers. 
Mentally, may we never lose the desire to study and 
learn. 

As we look at the events of the past year, as set forth 
in our book, we will find the Seal revealed to us in 
many forms. It is our hope, that in years to come, these 
pages will serve as reminders — not only of happy ex- 
periences, but also of ideals yet to be achieved. 


— Frank Trotter 


^Bedtcatton 


As we strive to prepare ourselves mentally, as well as physical- 
ly, to become successful citizens of the world, we must be guided 
by those who have attained more than knowledge — that being 
experience. 

The students of P. H. S. feel richly blessed to have such a fine 
faculty and administrative staff, which are such a great asset to 
any student’s schooling. This year we feel compelled to recognize 
one who has been outstanding in service and devotion to the 
teaching profession. 

Many times over, our obligations to her have been renewed. In 
directing one of the most beauftiul ceremonies of our school year 
and in guiding one of our most outstanding organizations, this 
teacher has endured many hours of hard work, because she felt 
that her students were depending on her to help and guide them. 
Her excitement and enthusiasm have been challenging examples 
to her pupils, and their devotion to her has brought them many 
victories. 

After graduating from Radford College, she established a 
teaching career at Pulaski High School, where her services have 
been highlights in the years of P. H. S. 

Of her past achievements we have reminisced admiringly, of 
her future success we anticipate hopefully, and now most loving- 
ly, we dedicate the 1965 Oriole to MRS. KATHERINE G. KEG- 
LEY. 



^rs. ^Ratljmne (I. ^Kegleg 


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We are guided MENTALLY by our devoted teachers. 


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We are trained ACADEMICALLY for various vocations. 


Page 25 



Our many activities help us to mature SPIRITUALLY. 


Page 97 



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We participate PHYSICALLY to more fully develop ourselves. 


Page 125 





SOCIALLY we have fun and fellowship with our classmates. Page 143 


COOPERATIVELY we all strive to attain our goals. 


Page 157 


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Chime Tate 
Editor-in-Chief 


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Mrs. Edna Love 
Sponsor 


Linda Patterson 
Associate Editor — Activtites 



Nikki Combiths 
Literary Editor 


Gloria Doyle 

Associate Editor — Features 


Frankie Flippin 
Business Manager 



Frank Trotter 
Literary Editor 



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Beth Boan 
Art Editor 




Greg Rooker 
Boys’ Sports Editor 



Linda Warden 
Senior Class Editor 


Jill Howard 
Girls’ Sports Editor 


Dotty Cassell 
Typist 



Frances Kesling 
Typist 


Carol Varone 
Typist 







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S. T. Crockett 
Assistant Editor 


Dorothy Wright 
Photographer 



Sue Goodson 
Sophomore 
Class Editor 




Su-Su Owen 
Typist 




Wanda Pugh 
Junior Class Editor 


Sharon Davis 
Photographer 



Susan Albert 
Business Secretary 


Ned Bane 
Eighth Grade 
Class Editor 



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Congratulations to our annaul staff and their faithful advisor, Mrs. 
Love, for this splendid edition of the Oriole. Their able work and their de- 
votion to this task have produced an excellent pictorial account of this 
school year which holds many fond memories for each of us. 

The memories which it holds for me in my first year as principal of 
Pulaski High are more than can be numbered. High among them will al- 
ways be the warm reception and cooperation given to me by our students, 
staff, and patrons. 

Congratulations to our graduating class. Your unique contributions have 
made our school a better one. Your many talents and ambitions lead me to 
expect much from you in the days to come. 

Sincerely, 

William E. Porter 


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Mr. Dewey Wilson 

Assistant Principal 
B.S.: East Tenn. State 
University 

As we come to the close of another school 
year, I would hope that along with its passing 
that each of you may look at this fine book with 
a sense of pride and accomplishment in what it 
represents. 

I have faith and confidence in you as young 
people to use what you have learned this year 
in a manner which will reflect honor and credit 
to you, your school, and your community. 

I want to congratulate the annual staff on 
their hard work in preparing this fine book and 
for preserving these, our school memories. 

My last wish to each of you is for a healthy, 
wholesome, and happy life. 



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Miss Elizabeth Blair 

B.A. : Vanderbilt University 
English 






Mrs. Kathryn W. Brockman 

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





Miss Susan E. Caldwell 
B.S. : Radford College 
Audio-Visual ; Library 


Mrs. Jonne H. Clemmer 

B.S. : Madison College 
Home Economics 




Mr. Lloyd R. Davis 

A.B. : Morehead State 
Mechanical Drawing 


Miss Suzanne David 

B.S. : Radford College 
Social Studies 



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Mr. Howard J. Duncan 

B.S. : Concord College 
M.S. : Florida State Univ. 
Science ; Health & P. Ed. 



Mrs. Billie D. Farmer 

B.S. ; Radford College 
Commercial 


Miss Emma Gallimore 

B.A. : Radford College 
Mathematics 




Mrs. Sandra M. Goforth 

B.S. : Radford College 
English 


Mrs. Frankye R. Harkrader 

B.S. : Radford College 
Health & P. Ed. 



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Mr. Elmer E. Huff 

B.A. : Radford College 
M. Ed.: V.P.I. 
Guidance 


Mrs. Linda A. Joyce 

B.A. : Radford College 
English ; Spanish 



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Mr9. Edna A. Loftus 
B.S. : Radford College 
Mathematics 




Mr. Harry L. Loftus 

A.B. : Lynchburg College 
Health & P. Ed. 



Miss Mayme K. McCoy 

B.S. : Radford College 
Government 



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Mrs. Alzie B. Mode 
B.S. : Radford College 
Government ; History 






Mrs. Lalah H. Newman 

B.S. : Radford College 
Home Economics 


Mrs. Margaret P. Perdue 
B.A. : William & Mary 
Librarian 



Mr. Arby H. Phibbs 

Bridgewater; V.P.I. 
Vocational Education 




Mr. William C. Puckett 

B.S. : Concord College 
Biology 


Mrs. Joyce O. Rawls 

B.S. : Madison College 
Science 



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M rs. Juanita C. Robertson 

B.S. : Radford College 
Latin 




Mr. Ed Rockwell 

B.S. : Morris Harvey College 
M.A. : W. Va. Univ. 
Health and Physical Education 


Mrs. Myrna Rockwell 

B.A. : Radford College 
Chorus 


Mrs. Thelma L. Sanders 

B.S. & M.S. : Indiana State 
Guidance 




Mrs. Judith H. Scott 

B.S. : Radford College 
World Geography 


Miss Ruth A. Simpson 
B.S. : Radford College 
Commercial 



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Mr. Carl R. Tacy 
B.S. : Davis & Elkins College 
English 



Mrs. Katherine Sutherland 

B.S. : Radford College 
English ; Speech & Dramatics 




Mrs. Caroline S. Thomas 

B.A. : Agnes Scott College 
U. S. History 



r. Charles B. Tickle 

S. : Pembroke State 
Social Studies 


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


Mrs. Sue Harrison Totten 

B.S. : Radford College 
World Geography 




Mrs. Mildred R. Whitt 
B.S. : Radford College 
Mathematics 


Mrs. Shirley M. Wingfield 

B.S. : Stetson Univ. 
Science 



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Officers: Glennwood Lookabill, President; Frankie Flippin, Vice-President; Jimmy 
Chapman, Treasurer ; Linda Surface, Secretary 


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The Senior Class of 1965 will soon be only a memory in the hearts of 
each remaining student and faculty member at Pulaski High School. 

Our memories are precious to each of us as we recall the years that have 
passed so swiftly. We were the largest eighth grade class to enter Pulaski 
High School. Through the years we have lost many of our members; how- 
ever, we still remain a large class. As eighth graders, we were bewildered 
when we first entered the doors of Pulaski High School to our new way of 
life. We had to adapt to many changes and situations. 

Proud were we, when we became the Freshman class of Pulaski High 
School. Gradually, we became accustomed to our high school career. 

As Sophomores, we began to know more people and to participate in 
more activities; as Sophomores, we felt a bigger part of our school. 

During our Sophomore year, we managed to adopt a class slogan, which 
will remain in the hearts of each of us as we launch out to seek our separ- 
ate fortunes in life: 


WE’RE HEP 
WE’RE ALIVE 
WE’RE THE CLASS 
OF ’65!! 

When we became Juniors, we received our long awaited class rings. 
Diligently we worked selling stationery in order to give the Senior Class 
of 1964 one of the loveliest proms in the history of Pulaski High School. 

The anxiety we felt as we marched into our first assembly can not be 
described in words. We felt a great disappointment when we were told we 
were unable to have a Senior trip; as a substitute for our trip, we were 
given a “Class Day.” 

We were proud of Valerie Atkinson when she captured the title of 
“Queen” during the Miss P.H.S. Contest. 

The Senior Class and a Senior homeroom were first in the school’s Can 
Drive to aid the needy. During our homecoming parade, we received sec- 
ond place for our float. 

Now, soon — too soon — our final year draws to a close. Graduation awaits 
the Class of ’65. We wish to thank the entire faculty of Pulaski High 
School, for their patience and guidance. Especially we wish to thank our 
Senior sponsors: Mrs. Margaret Bushong, Miss Suzanne David, Mrs. Edna 
Loftus, Miss Mayme McCoy, Mrs. Joyce Robinson, Mrs. A. L. Mode, Mr. Wil- 
liam Puckett, Miss Dean Repass, and Mrs. Bessie Totten. 

We leave Pulaski High School with fond memories. Her walls have 
echoed with our joys and our sorrows for five years. Our quest for maturi- 
ty and knowledge has begun to be fulfilled, and now, we, as Seniors, are 
ready to seek our treasures. 


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Robert Raymond Akers 

Donnie 

An old-time runabout; 
A real pal. 



Larry Steven Alley 

Larry 

Viewing nature from an easel, 
Interpreting in oil. 



Roy Lee Alley 

Roy 

A coin collection ; 
Radio waves. 



Channie Elizabeth Allen 

Channie 

Mixed colors on a palette; 
Sugar and spice. 



Barbara Jane Altizer 

Barbara 
Perseverance ; 

The twirl of a baton. 



James Pierce Allen 
J. P. 

Spring fever; 

Riding at the speed of light. 





Edward John Askew 
Ed 

The mechanic; 
Twelve-point buck. 









Valerie Jean Atkinson 

Valerie 

A smile means so much; 
A beautiful smile captures 
many titles. 


Martha Ann Beckner 

Martha 

It is often better to be a 
follower ; 

And one follows best in silence. 


Gerald Wayne Bell 

Wayne 

Loyalty; 

The thrill of a race. 


Jo Ann Aust 

Jody 

Reliable; 

Anticipating a good time. 


Richard Michael Aust 

Richard 

Sliding to base; 
Leading the band. 



William Robert Beamer 

Bill 

A psychologist’s inquiries; 
Silvery tones of a trumpet. 



George Lewis Bevins 

George 

Stage technicalities; 

To whom science fiction be- 
comes reality. 








Betty Sue Bishop 
Betty 
Nice to know; 
Equable temperment. 



Elizabeth Thomas Boan 

Beth 

Heights of perfection; 
Artistic excellence. 


Sue Moles Booth 

Sue 

A lovely smile; 
A radiant face. 



Doris Ann Breedlove 

Doris 

Carefree efforts; 
Humorist on stage. 


j&mtor 



Carolyn Ann Brockmeyer 

Carolyn 

Musical accomplishments ; 
Relief of laughter. 



Sandra Jean Bowyer 

Sandra 

Neat; 

Velvet touch. 




Ralph Monroe Bocock, Jr. 

Ralph 

Increased learning; 

A peaceful countryside. 





Milton Henry Brockmeyer, Jr. 

Brock 

Roar of a muffler; 
Always willing. 



Class 


Dennis Edwin Brown 

Dennis 

Stifled strength; 
Exerting humor. 



Linda Jean Buckner 

Jean 

Carrying life’s heaviest bur- 
dens; 

Exalting life’s greatest joys. 


Johnny Nathaniel Burchett 

Johnny 

Visions of a ten-pound bass; 
The world on a printed page. 



Joel Benjamin Burchett 

Joel 

A stealthy hunt; 
Crossing the rapids. 




Jentery Samuel Buchanan 

Sammy 

Brilliance of ideas; 
Court of action. 





Judith Lenett Burke 

Judy 

Originality in action; 
An ingenious mind. 








Kenneth Wayne Carrico 

Kenny 

A craving for the gridiron, 

A greater hunger for knowl- 
edge. 


Charles Draper Chaffin, Jr. 

Chuck 

Rolling tumult of a drum, 
Whether on instrument or desk. 


Darlene Virginia Caldwell 

Darlene 

A sunbeam when she smiles; 
Compliments from her heart. 


Dorothy Fredric Cassell 

Dotty 

Cascades of delight; 
Filling a hope chest. 


Robert Jackson Cauthen 

Robert 

Not lacking mischief, 

A prospect of innocence. 


Marcia Suzanne Carroll 

Marcia 

Joy personified in her smile; 
Elfish pleasure in her pranks. 



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Judy Darlene Chaffin 

Judy 

Whirling steel; 

Fascination on four wheels. 








Diane Elaine Chandler 

Diane 

Warm spice cake and apple pie; 
Planning for the future. 



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Effie Dalton Chrisley 

Effie 

A friendly remark; 

The solemness of midnight. 



James William Chandler 


James 

Strong attraction to the out-of- 
doors, 

Hunting, fishing, and swim- 
ming. 



Nancy Jean Chrisley 

Nancy 


Devotion is the attribute, 

For which happiness is her re- 
ward. 



James Harry Chapman, III 

Jimmy 

Clouds hovering in a dark sky, 
May have a silver lining. 



Gary Randal Chinault 

Twig 

Trees with slender trunks, 
Have strong branches. 



Patricia Ann Chrisley 

Pat 

Dusty marching shoes; 
A jubilant simper. 





Evelyn Emogene Clark 

Evelyn 

A perfect record; 

Obligated to her responsibili- 
ties. 



Jerry Wayne Collins 

Jerry 

Music on six strings; 
Hymns of praise. 



Nancy Nichol Combiths 

Nikki 

Concern for mankind; 
Beauty, poise, warmth. 



Karen Penelope Clark 

Penny 

A barefoot lass, 

In a world of her own. 



Arthur Cox 

Arthur 

Sunday afternoon drives; 
A broken chord. 



Dreama Alesie Cochran 

Dreama 

Where there is peace; 

A refreshing personality. 




junior 



Mauyer Ellis Cox, Jr. 

Mauyer 

Quick sketches; 
Love of nature. 





Nancy Linkous Cox 

Nancy 

Domestic satisfaction; 
Over hill and dale. 



Oil ass 



Joan Dalton 

Joan 

A quiet stream, 

Overflowing with beneficence. 



Rodney Andron Cox 

Rodney 
A gentleman; 
Observant. 



Juanita Gainette Dalton 

Juanita 

Obliging with hesitance; 

A woman in her own right. 



Gary David Cruff 

Gary 

Esquire of distinction; 
Expressions of kindness. 



Gary Duane Dalton 

Gary 

The date on an old coin; 



Randall Blake Dalton 

Randy 
Deserving; 
Laborious tasks. 







Jeanne Marie D’Amour 

Jeanne 

Installation of a new appear- 
ance; 

Revelation of old sentiments. 



Garry Thomas Dawson 

Garry 

Earnest; 

Books of knowledge. 



Ann Bowman Dean 

Anne 

An exciting game; 
Bon voyage! 



Charles Wayne Davis 

Wayne 
Fill ’er up’! 

A clownish diversion. 



Roger Lynn Dean 

Dean 

Miniature giant; 
Ideal companionship. 



Wanda Faye Davidson 

Wanda 

Beauty of the soul; 

Meeting the challenge of life. 



junior 



Patsy Jean DeHart 

Patsy Jean 
Ocean spray; 
Skimming the surface. 







Charles Edward Dent, Jr. 

Joe 

Expressing himself through 
many talents; 

Always in the spirit of things. 



Class 



Douglas Kelly Eades 
Doug 
Unselfishness; 

Almost irreproachable. 



Gloria Dawn Doyle 

Gloria 

Cryptic knowledge; 
Trying hard to please. 



Stephen Gilbert Earhart 

Steve 


A brisk walk; 
Feet in flight. 



Jerry Lee Duncan 

Jerry 

Retrieving a feathered carcass; 
Three hundred-fifty horsepower. 



Sheila Suezane Duncan 

Sheila 

The latest dance step; 
Gratifying efforts. 



Sara Jane English 

Sara Jane 

A bubbling brook, always gay, 
Its bed running deep. 






Billy Eugene Fagg 

Billy 
Powerful ; 

An aqueous sport. 



Peggy Sue Fiore 
Peggy 

Pure enjoyment, 

As though the band plays on. 



Gilmer Franklin Flippin 

Frankie 

Challenge of an argument; 
Excelling in his abilities. 



Herschel Lee Farmer 

Herschel 

A hard day’s night; 

The storm begins to calm. 



Clarence Lee Folden, Jr. 

C. L. 

Physical height; 

Training for a vocation. 



Patricia Massie Farmer 

Pat 

Of whom much is expected ; 
Punctilious appearance. 



junior 



William Frederick Fox 

Freddie 

A most likable fellow; 
Prince Charming. 











Daniel Layne French 

Danny 

Channels of music; 
Tuning in delight. 


Oil ass 


Carol Ann Goggin 

Blondie 

Ambassador of good will ; 
Deep concern for people. 


David Lee Garwood 

David 

Casting a line; 
Challenge of the Alps. 


John Frank Gilbert 

Frankie 

Malice toward none; 
Heart-felt salutations. 


Kenneth Webster Gray 

Kenneth 

Good day for ice skating; 
A baited hook. 


Fannie Frances Gravely 

Frances 
In all fairness; 

A child’s respect. 


Arnold Garfield Garlic 

Arnold 

Green hilltops; 
Muffled sounds. 






Stella Mae Gray 

Stella 

Fading moonbeams; 
A fawn. 



Betty Lou Grubb 

Betty 

Happy greetings; 
Just bubbling over! 



Allen Ray Haga 

Allen 

A technical drawing; 
Practicing a good hold. 



James Bruce Gregory 
J. B. 

Remote ; 

Controlling a forest fire. 



Jennifer Sue Haga 

Sue 

Serious thoughts; 

A parody of jovial remarks. 



Joan Frances Gregory 
Joan 

Postage stamps; 
Member of the group. 



Junior 



Troy Vernon Hagee 

Troy 

Masculine pastimes; 
Distributing his education. 








Barbara Ogle Hall 

Barbara 

A feather duster; 
Mystic splendor. 



Class 



Linda Bassett Hall 

Linda 

Hidden fire; 

Younger than springtime. 



Carolyn Sue Hall 

Carolyn 

A frequent smile; 

A frail swan on a crystal lake. 



Doris Ann Harriman 

Doris 

An unrehearsed comedian; 
Restrained antics. 



Garrett Wayne Hall 

Gary 

Signals from the coach; 
A king on the throne. 



Jerry Wayne Hall 

Jerry 

3-D, Cinemascope, and Techni- 
color. 

Under the hood. 



Pansy Kemp Hawkins 

Pansy 

Always a good sport; 
Always a level head. 






Vera Aretis Hawkins 

Vera 

A novel anthology; 
Shy response. 



Gary Braxton Herndon 

Gary 

Managing the team; 
Helping the nation. 



Frankie Darlene Hoback 

Frankie 

Engaging, 

Through thick and through 
thin. 



Janie Carol Hison 

Janie 

An outstanding person; 
Eternal torch of Olympia. 




Patsy Ann Henley 

Patsy 

One who sprinkles a seed of 
mirth, 

Reaps a harvest of satisfaction. 




Linda Sue Holmes 

Linda 

Content; 

A wholesome personality. 





Jane Everhart Hotz 

Jane 

Mathematical speed ; 
Steady chuckle. 



Oil ass 



Bobby Gene Hunter 

Bobby 

A loaded barrel; 
Mirth of Jove. 


Earlene Fae Howard 

Earlene 

Bright side of the penny; 
Always jolly. 



Danny Carlton Hurst 

Danny 

A flock of birds; 

A long range shot. 




Barbara Jill Howard 

Jill 

Practical ; 

A crumpet and a bit of tea. 




Connie Madeline Hylton 

Connie 
A hearty greeting; 

To call one by name means a 
lot. 





Thelma Lee Ingles 

Thelma 
Avid reader; 

Pom per diem. 



Wanda Joyce Jennings 

Wanda 

The chatter of a bluejay; 
Amicable. 



Leonard Wayne Jarrells 

Wayne 

Reserved ; 

The hunter. 



Everett Paxton Jackson 

Paxy 

Friendliness, his virtue; 

His strength, behind a racket. 



Larry Gomez Johnson 

Peanut 

The victory of a pin; 

The lazy days of summer. 



Fred Dennis Jackson 

Dennis 

Fun on two wheels; 
Surrounded by construction. 



junior 



Neal Dewayne Johnson 

Neal 

Behind the scenes; 

A strike and a spare. 









William Preston Johnston 

Bill 

Humorous animation; 
Incessant comments. 



flllass 



Benny Dale Jones 

Benny 

A roaring campfire; 
Sleeping under the stars. 



Emma Byrd Jones 

Emma Byrd 
Memories of pigtails; 
For the young at heart. 



Patricia Paulette Keatley 

Pat 

One upon whom you can always 
rely, 

For a job well done. 




Frances Elizabeth Kesling 

Fran 

Eager anticipation, 
Whole-hearted participation. 



Virginia Ellen Kidd 

Virginia 
Slow to ask, 

Quick to respond. 





Carol Ann King 

Carol 

Signs of spring; 

Domestic truths unknown. 




Kenneth Eugene Klopp, Jr. 

Kenneth 
A mountain retreat; 

Peaceful existence. 



Patricia Hailey Lockett 
Pat 

Her destiny is complete; 
Appreciative. 



Glennwood Royce Lookabill 

Glennwood 

Seriousness in disguise; 
Success in his grasp. 



Walter Bascom Kanode, Jr. 

Wally 
After hours; 

Dreaming of the hunt. 



Estella Nelissa Lottier 

Estella 

Business at hand; 

A rhythmic performance. 



Eddie Silbert Linville 

Eddie 

Bow and arrow; 

A winding stream. 



junior 



Janice Yvetta Lyons 

Janice 
Relaxation; 
Conquering the miles. 






Alice Joan Marshall 

Joan 

Holiday seasons; 
Unobtruvise co-operation. 





Jane Maxwell 

Jane 

Adventures in math; 
Melodious strains. 



Dennis 

Thrill of an autumn day; 
Key to knowledge. 



Raymond Maxwell 

Raymond 
Fast cars; 

Good music. 



Terry Andrew Martin 

Tert'y 

He who knows is wise — 
Follow him. 



Bonnie Via Matherly 

Bonnie 

Southern pride; 

Constant as the North star. 



Patricia Ann Mayberry 

Pat 

A daydream; 

The beauty of ebony. 



Mary Catherine McFall 

Mary 

Demand for accuracy, 
Studying problems of society. 


Velma Sue Meredith 

Velma 

Quiet ambition; 
Security of a friend. 



Brenda Gail McGlothin 

Brenda 
White skates; 

People and places. 


Dolly Marie Millirons 
Dolly 

Reading in a cozy nook; 
Enjoying the action of sports. 



Janice Reynolds Morefield 

Janice 

A song in the air; 
Willing helper. 




Suzanne Moody 

Suzanne 

Twinkling fingers; 
Steady on the path. 






Margaret Elsie Morefield 

Margaret 

Steady as the wind; 

A pink poppy. 





Ann Sherry Morefield 

Sherry 
Makes music a joy; 
Cheerfullness prevails. 



Herman Wayne Morris 

Wayne 

Widespread interest; 
Always there. 



Linda Jane Morris 

Lynn 

Modest appraisal; 

A close companion. 


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Linda Lewis Murphy 

Linda 

A bird in the spring; 
Embroidery needle. 


Robert Howard Nash 
Bobby 

The game begins; 
Victory is his. 




Carolyn Louise Myers 

Carolyn 

Children’s things; 
Boughs of holly. 





Nancy Elaine Neese 

Nancy 

Behind an open window; 
French pastries. 



Donald Wayne Newman 

Don 

Strength from within; 
Genuine feelings. 



Thomas Benjamin Noland 

Tom 

Fisherman’s delight; 
Castles in the sky. 


Brenda Sue Ogle 

Sue 

Success in making acquaint- 
ances, 

Satisfaction in keeping old ones. 



junior 


Carol Ayers Pagan 

Carol 

A ready assistant; 
Protecting the goal. 



Christo Bane Pack, Jr. 
C.B. 

Electrical notes; 

A hand for repairs. 




Randolph Bruce Nuckols 

Randy 

Quicksilver courage; 

A knight to remember. 




Sandra Rogers Painter 

Sandra 

Soft as the dusk; 
Happy thoughts. 





Donald Ray Parks 

Donnie 
Roast venison; 
Ripples on the lake. 



Class 



Melanie Jane Pearce 

Melanie 

Grace of the Sugar Plum Fairy; 
A plumed hat. 



Linda Sue Patterson 

Linda 

An orange megaphone; 
Withdrawn dignity. 


Gayle Oneedia Payton 

Gayle 

Rock and roll artist; 
Intricate steps. 


Earlene Boyde Phibbs 

Earlene 

Homemade fashions; 
La petite. 


Patricia Ann Parks 

Patsy 

A song and a prayer; 
Sincere sportsmanship. 


Jolly conversationalist; 
Yearning to help. 


Grace Ellen Phelps 

Grace 



Robert Kent Powell 

Robert 

Moving tempos; 
Worth of character. 


Ronald Earnest Powers 

Ronnie 

A tower of strength; 
Center of the squad. 



Carolyn Ann Powers 

Carolyn 

Cheering for the team; 
A regal princess. 


Iva Mae Price 

Iva 

Melodies in the moonlight; 
Light-hearted and gay. 




mtor 


Jerry Duane Pugh 

Jerry 
Sport afield; 

The highest peak. 




Cecil Roy Prillaman 

Cecil 

Humorously expressive; 
Riding the wave. 






Donald Milton Ratcliff 

Donald 

Competition on the mat; 
Exuberance overflows; 






Robert Lee Ratcliff 

Bobby 

Talent on ivory keys; 
A sophisticated air. 



Oil ass 



James Arlen Repass 
James 

Breath of open air; 
Creative in his own. 



Susan Belle Ratcliff 

Susan 

Heart of cheer; 
Summer sunset. 



Dennis Troy Ray 

Troy 

Vivid imagination; 
Theater marquee. 



Carolyn Diane Reaves 

Carolyn 

Fast-moving pace; 
Rider up! 



Charles Harper Rhett 

Charles 

Ambitious determination; 
A laugh is the answer. 




Robert Lowery Richardson 

Bobby 
Radio waves; 

Even temperament. 





Linda Quesenberry Ridpath 

Linda 

Back seat traveller; 
Hidden secrets. 



Suella May Robinson 

Suella 

Foot-loose and fancy free; 
Dependent on her goals. 



Charles Edward Rodgers 

Buddy 

Countersign of friendship; 
Master of rhythm. 



Darla Jean Riggs 

Darla 

Dip in the pool; 
World of fantasy. 



Sylvia Jean Rogers 

Jean 

Captured on canvas; 
Feline by character. 



Glenthia Louise Rigney 

Glenthia 

Dash of seasoning; 

Red dancing slippers. 




mtor 



Daniel Gregory Rooker 

Greg 

Depths unknown; 
Ambitions untold. 






Wilber Daniel Roope 

Dan 

Money management; 
In search of quail. 



(Elass 



Seymore Peyton Rupe, Jr. 

Butch 

Hot rod expert; 
Batter up! 



Stephen McNeil Roseberry 

Steve 

Wandering troubadour; 
Bountiful talent. 



Diane Carolyn Rosenbaum 

Diane 

First snowfall; 

Full sail. 



Brenda Joyce Rupe 

Brenda 

Girlish reflections; 
Cut glass formations. 



Virginia Dianne Russell 

Dianne 

A riding habit; 

Free as a bird. 




Howard Gilmer Sadler 

Howard 

The great debater; 
Capable, versatile, direct. 







Danny Wayne Safewright 

Danny 

Mechanical curiosity; 
Oncoming headlights. 


Stephen Randolph Sage 

Stephen 

A study in history; 
Foundations of rock. 


James Richard Semones 

James 

A born jokester; 

Little Boy Blue. 


Thomas Mason Seagle 
Tom 

Underwater fantasy; 
Faithful and true. 


Margaret Blanche Seagle 

Margaret 
Heartfelt thanks; 

Obstinate in her benevolence. 


entor 


Bernard Ray Shutt 
Ray 

Power of kindness; 
Temple to friendship. 


Caroline Sutherland Self 

Cary 

Abilities to be admired; 
Qualities supreme. 






Gail Wallace Siglin 

Gail 

Sheen of silk; 

Nightingale in the willow. 



Curtis Slusher 

Curtis 

A forest pathway; 
A day on the farm. 


Oil ass 



Peggy Jo Smith 

Peggy Jo 
Odds and ends; 
Intense player. 


Stephen Michael Smith 

Steve 

Grandstand supporter; 
A refreshing swim. 



Randolph Smith 

Randy 

A red wagon; 

A helping hand. 




Carl Arthur Smith 

Carl 

Vibrations of a dance band; 
Gentleman of high stature. 




Paul Michael Sorrell 

Paul 

Deep are his thoughts; 
Alea jacta est. 











Linda Gail Stoots 
Linda 
Joy of words; 
Appreciative listener. 


Martha Hope Sutherland 

Martha 

Hand for leadership; 
Bouyant spirit. 


Senior 


Rickie Gene Talbert 

Rickie 

An opened book; 
Trenchant thoughts. 


Ronnie Eugene Spencer 

Ronnie 

Hopefullness of youth; 
A sparkle in his eye. 


Randall Creed Sumner 

Randy 

Faraway places; 

A liking for electronics. 


Donald Eugene Surface 

Donnie 

Carefree countenance; 
Mischief making. 


Linda 


Freshness of dawn; 
Virtue of patience. 


Linda Lee Surface 








Kalima Chime Tate 

Chime 

Suspended movements; 
Her goal is tomorrow. 


Dawn Dreama Taylor 

Dreama 

Chestnut tresses; 

A sonnet. 


Jerry Wayne Thomas 

Jerry 
Open season ; 
Mechanical projects. 


Larry Wayne Thornton 

Larry 

Deft and industrious; 
A friend to all. 


Oil ass 


Linda Sue Tilson 

Linda 

Silvery strokes; 
Surprise in miniature. 


Betty Ann Tracy 

Betty 

A threaded needle; 
Quiet ambition. 


Merrianne Tickle 

Merrianne 
Soothing sounds; 
A summer morn. 





Willard Douglas Trail 

Doug 

A hard-wood finish; 

A treasure to remember. 



Alma Jean Turpin 

Alma 

A floral arrangement; 
Quiet work. 



Betty Carol Turpin 

Betty 

A gracious person; 
Sincere and dedicated. 



Frank Edward Trotter, Jr. 

Frank 

Finer people have we not, 
Amusing though he may be. 



Ann Carol Varone 

Carol 

A small voice; 

A determined will. 



Pamela Gail Turner 

Pam 

The hidden essence; 
Laughter in the dark. 



Archa Vaughan III 

Archa 

Snap of the ball; 

A firm handshake. 




Karen Leigh Vaughan 

Karen 

Game on the court: 
A wreath of smiles. 



(Elasg 



Bonnie Jean Ward 

Bonnie 

Seriousness of mind; 
Beautiful things. 



Elizabeth Marie Vaught 

Elizabeth 

Waltz all the night; 
Whispers in the hall. 



Linda Carole Warden 

Linda 
A China Doll ; 

A glittering gown. 



Peggy Ann Viars 

Peggy 

Engrossed in fiction; 
Crystal clear waters. 



Patricia Ann Waller 
Pat 

The mirror of all courtesy; 
A job well done. 



James Harold Warf 

Jimmy 

Sports anonymous; 
Prelude to fun. 







Glen O’Dell Watson 

Glen 

Crack of the bat; 
Merry days. 



Robert Joseph Welsh 

Robert 

Waiting to be called upon; 
Steadfastness to be rewarded. 



Alice Ann Wheeling 

Alice 

Dark laughing eyes; 

A day in spring. 




Vicki Lynn Webb 

Vicki 

Le perfection francais; 
Christian endeavors. 



John Bradley White 

Johnny 

Excellentiae specimen; 
El secreto de la vida. 



Joseph Lee Weddle 

Joe 

High ideals; 

Faithful to the end. 



Jimtor 





Judy Carolyn White 

Judy 

The falling leaves; 

Hold fast to your dreams. 





J»*f 





Jeffrey Tarr Whitehurst 

Jeff 

A fellow of constancy; 
Veni, vidi, vici! 


Jerry Wayne Wolfe 

Jerry 

A cloudless sky; 
Thoughts on the horizon. 


Joseph Barry Whitt 

Barry 

“Little Caesar”; 
Jest in fun. 


Randolph Lakin Whitt 

Randolph 

Traveling mechanism; 
Hair-raising experience. 


Luther Albert Woods, Jr. 

Luther 

Trek in the wilderness; 
Canter down a country lane. 


Theodore Thomas White 

Teddy 

Careful camouflage; 
Reward of the hunt. 


(Elass 


Lola Anne Withers 

Anne 
Queenly grace; 

The feminine touch. 







James Richard Worrell 

Jimmy 

Desire to lead; 

A bachelor’s button. 


POST GRADUATE 


Geraldine Mooney 

Geraldine 
Musical pleasure; 
A rose garden. 




That was the beginning of the end. 



We have been led by our outstanding sponsors 



in homerooms 



We have accepted the daily 
academic responsibilities, 


and in classes. 



and the daily spiritual 
responsibilities. 




our friends 




by Miss P.H.S., our 

We have been so well represented own Valerie Atkinson, 

by the Senior Steering Committee. 



and enjoy a good time. 




and by “Caesar” Whitehurst and 
“Calpurnia” Huff who won the prizes 
at the Costume Ball. 


All too quickly this year has drawn to a close and these 
have become but memories to the Class of ’65. 






Junior Class Officers: Danny Carson, Vice-President; Frank Vass, President ; Becky 
Hotz, Treasurer; David Walton, Secretary. 

Junior (Elass 

Always striving to attain new heights in these four years at PHS, we 
now look back upon the many experiences which will always remain in our 
memory. 

Among our memories now is the arrival of our long-awaited class rings, 
giving us the exciting feeling of being upperclassmen. Our class was well 
represented in the Homecoming Court by Thelma Conner and Butch Rat- 
cliff. Mary Jane Austin, Jewell Catron, Pam Chitwood, Thelma Conner, 
Christie Hurst, Su-Su Owen, Wanda Pugh, and Marsha Sheets represented 
us in the Miss PHS Contest — one of whom, Jewell Catron — honored us in 
being chosen Maid of Honor. 

Now turning from our activities as Juniors, we anxiously await our year 
as Seniors, knowing even greater heights will be achieved by all of us. 

We wish to thank our helpful and understanding sponsors: Mrs. Brock- 
man, Mrs. Clemmer, Mrs. Farmer, Miss Gallimore, Mrs. Landers, Miss 
Ledford, Mrs. Newman, and Miss Simpson. 


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Patricia 

Anderson 

Steve 

Anderson 

Deana 

Andrews 

Janice 

Aust 


k 




Jean 

Akers 

Haeston 

Alger 

Cheryl 

Allen 

Carl 

Anderson 

Dorothy 

Anderson 




Linda 

Barrett 

Fred 

Bell 

David 

Black 

Kenny 

Blair 

Richard 

Carrico 





Margaret 

Blair 

Ronnie 

Blankenship 

Kathy 

Bogardus 

Delana 

Boone 



Nora 

Brewster 

Linda 

Brock 

Linda 

Buchanan 

Joyce 

Burch 

Becky 

Burchett 





Sharon 

Cohen 

Norma 

Coleman 

Nancy 

Collins 

Bobby 

Compton 

George 

Conner 



lluntor 



James 

Cox 

Nancy 

Cox 

Sherry 

Cox 

Wilma 

Cox 




Thelma 

Conner 

Doug 

Cook 

David 

Corder 

Fred 

Cox 

Harriet 

Cox 





S. T. 
Crockett 

Sheila 

Crowder 

Wanda 

Cruff 

Bobby 

Dalton 

Donald 

Dalton 








Doris 

Dalton 

Cindy 

Daugherty 

Eugene 

Davidson 

Larry 

Davidson 

Claude 

Davis 




A it Art 


Charlene 

Dean 

Yvonne 

Dean 

Roy 

Dickerson 

Sybil 

Douthat 





Janice 

Doyle 

Roger 

Duncan 

Carl 

Edney 

Ronald 

Dunford 

Mike 

East 



(El ass 



Connie 

Edwards 

Gary 

Edwards 

Wanda 

Ensley 

Carolyn 

Farlow 

Linda 

Farmer 





Ernestine 

Freeman 

Diane 

French 

Julius 

Fuller 

Connie 

Garlic 

Sharon 

Gemmell 



Ann 

Floyd 

Raymond 

Fowler 

Tommy 

Frazier 

Barbara 

Freeman 




Charles 

Hager 

Donald 

Harrell 

Joy 

Hill 

Jean 

Hoback 




Karen 

Gibson 

William 

Graham 

Kate 

Gravely 

Barry 

Grinstead 

George 

Haga 


Ted 

Hodge 

Jesse 

Hopkins 

Becky 

Hotz 

Paul 

Hughes 

Jo Ann 
Hummel 


Junior 




Fred 

Johnson 

Harvey 

Johnson 

Donnie 

Jones 

Fonda 

Jones 


Christie 

Hurst 

Jerry 

Hutchens 

Wayne 

Hyatt 

Charles 

Jackson 

Julie 

Jackson 



Jean 

Jones 

Richard 

Jones 

Brenda 

Kanode 

David 

Kegley 

Calvin 

Kidd 







(Elaes 





James 

Morehead 

Jeannie 

Moses 

Brenda 

Musick 

Marcheta 

Mustard 

Linda 

Nelson 





Junior 



Jerry 

Powers 

Jo Ann 
Price 

Wanda 

Pugh 

Brenda 

Quesenberry 

Carolyn 

Quesenberry 



David 

Quesenberry 

David 

Quesenberry 

Donnie 

Quesenberry 

Gary 

Quesenberry 




Mike 

Quesenberry 

Brenda 

Ratcliff 

Butch 

Ratcliff 

Doug 

Ratcliff 

Johnny 

Richards 







Ederd 

Rhett 



Shirley 

Rickey 


Roger 

Ridpath 

Margaret 

Ritter 


Wanda 

Ritter 





Jerry 

Sexton 


Marsha 


Sheets 


Donna 




Shockley 


Sherman 

Shockley 

Curtis 

Slusher 


Wayne 

Rorrer 

Hubert 

Rudisill 

David 

Runyon 

Pat 

Rupe 


(Ulass 





Lois 

Smith 

Suellen 

Smith 

Lois 

Spence 

Billy 

Sprinkle 

Bill 

Steger 


Francis 

Tavares 

Jackie 

Taylor 

Linda 

Thomas 

Cecil 

Thompson 

Evelyn 

Tolbert 


Watts 

Steger 

Joe 

Stephens 

Susan 

Stoots 

Dorothy 

Tabor 




Frank 

Vass 

Betty 

Waddell 

David 

Walton 

Glenn 

Weddle 





Eddie 

Whisman 

Bobby 

White 

Kellas 

White 

Mary 

White 

Sonny 

Whitt 






Garnett 

Williams 

Jo Ann 
Williams 


Jimmy 

Wolfe 

David 

Woods 


David 

Wright 

Dorothy 

Wright 


^Juniors 



74 




L. to R. Richard Parks, President; Jayne Baugh, Secretary ; Kelly Schrader, Vice- 
President; Larry Taylor, Treasurer. 


(Mass 


As our third year at PHS draws to a close, we look back at the many 
events which made our year as Sophomores so enjoyable. We were repre- 
sented in the Miss PHS Contest by Jayne Baugh, Katie Flippin, Mary 
Pace, Debbie Surface, Helen Pappas, and Kathy Kegley. Katie Flippin and 
Richard Parks were our attendants in Homecoming. 

We now realize the importance of good grades and hard study. It is with 
deep gratitude and appreciation that we acknowledge the Sophomore spon- 
sors who guided and taught us through the year. They are Mrs. Kegley, 
Mrs. Harkrader, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Scott, Miss Lyons, Mrs. Love, Mrs. 
Bird, Mrs. Dodson, and Mr. Davis. 


75 






i 


Darlene 

Adams 

Vanona 

Alley 

Terry 

Back 


Wayne 

L. T. 

Jonda 

Sammy 

Susan 

Adams 

Akers 

Albert 

Albert 

Albert 

Billy 

Danny 

Darnell 

Doug 

Larry 

Anders 

Anderson 

Anderson 

Andrews 

Armbrister 


jiojifyomore 


Jayne 

James 

Gary 

Terry 

Baugh 

Bevil 

Blankenship 

Blankenship 

Tokey 

Peggy 

Joyce 

Monty 

Boyer 

Branch 

Branscome 

Breedlove 

Patricia 

Judy 

Judy 

Dianne 

Buckner 

Byrd 

Canter 

Chaffin 



James 

Allen 

Brenda 

Ayers 

Frances 

Baker 





Barbara 

Clark 

Jerry 

Covey 

Mike 

Cox 


Betty 

Bruce 

William 

Glennis 

Bill 

Clark 

Clark 

Cochran 

Cole 

Collins 

Randy 

Bobby 

Carolyn 

Dennis 

Gary 

Covey 

Cox 

Cox 

Cox 

Cox 


(Ela 00 


Sandra 

Thomas 

Penny 

Dennis 

Craig 

Crockett 

Cruff 

Dalton 

Sharron 

Peggy 

Carol 

Jean 

Davis 

Dickerson 

Duncan 

Duncan 

Judy 

John 

Okey 

Tommy 

Eads 

East 

Evans 

Eversole 




Bobby 

Collins 

Janie 

Cox 

Sylvia 

Cox 



Jerry 

Duncan 

Larry 

Fanning 





Debbie 

Bill 

Katie 

Larry 

Michael 

Farris 

Flint 

Flippin 

Freeman 

Gardner 

John 

Sue 

Bill 

Doug 

Brenda 

Goad 

Goodson 

Gosnell 

Grantham 

Gravely 


jlopljomore 











Jane 

Farmer 

Larry 

Gilmore 





Timmy 

Gress 

Barry 

Drema 

Billy 

Brenda 


Guynn 

Hagee 

Hager 

Hall 


Charles 

Elaine 

Linda 

Bruce 


Hamilton 

Harrison 

Hawley 

Hayes 


Michael 

Duard 

Mary 

Donna 


Hickman 

Hoback 

Hollin 

Holmes 


Linda 
Gilbert 
Le Von 
Gregory 
Linda 
Grubb 






Tommy Tom 

Horton Hufford 


Martha 

Hulme 


Joyce Dianne 

Johnson Jone9 


Jo Ann 
Jones 


Pat 

Ingles 

Linda 

Jones 


Judie 

Jackson 

Jane 

Kanode 


Class 








Helen 

Horton 



Harry 

Johnson 



Kathy 

Kegley 

Jane 

Connie 


Kidd 

King 


Sue 

Mike 


Leonard 

Lester 


Helen 

Patti 


Lovell 

Luttrell 


Edward 

Jarrells 

Patsy 

Kanode 

Jim 


John 

Junior 

Kirby 

Lane 

Jane 

Carol 

Linkous 

Long 

Kenny 

Danny 

Mabe 

Martin 




Woody 

Martin 

Marcus 

Mickey 

Mary 

Pace 


Michael 

Payton 

Joyce 

Poe 




Shannon 

Doris 

Danny 

Wayne 

Chipper 

Massie 

McFall 

McGlothlin 

McGlothlin 

McMillan 

Marvin 

Patricia 

Sandra 

Doris 

Dickie 

Moles 

Moses 

Mottesheard 

Murphy 

Nelson 


jiopljomorfc 


Connie 

Parks 


Donna 

Parks 


Belva 

Pentacost 


Larry 

Phibbs 


Randall Mary 

Potts Price 


Ray 

Parks 

Danny 

Phillips 

David 

Quesenberry 


Richard 

Parks 

Jeff 

Phillips 

Dennis 

Quesenberry 





Theodore 

McMillan 

Teresa 

Oulds 

Helen 

Pappas 





Sue 

Judy 

Linda 

Roger 

Quesenberry 

Rash 

Ratcliffe 

Ratcliffe 

Brenda 

Catherine 

Nancy 

Peggy 

Riggins 

Ring 

Ring 

Ritter 


(Elaas 


Rocky 

Ratcliffe 

Rickie 

Roberts 





Roger 

Quesenberry 



Susan 

Rhudy 



Don 

Rogers 

Terry 

Roseberry 

Alan 

Rudisill 


Evelyn 

Matthew 


Sawyers 

Sayers 


Norma 

Ronald 


Shull 

Slate 


Linda 

Roger 

David 

Rupe 

Rupe 

Safewright 

Kelly 

Patty 

Roy 

Schrader 

Seaman 

Semones 

Dean 

Cora 

Doug 

Smith 

Snavely 

Spence 


Pete 

Raykes 

Mark 

Robinson 

Sharon 

Rogers 






Glenn 

Stone 

Larry 

Taylor 


Cynthia 

Stump 

Robert 

Taylor 


Jack 

Surber 

Betty 

Thompson 


Debbie 

Surface 

Frederick 

Thompson 


Phyllis 

Tabor 

Curtis 

Trail 


jiopljmmires 



Janice 

Stevens 

Kenneth 

Taylor 

Leslie 

Turpin 


Linda 

Umberger 

Joyce 

Warner 


Margie 

Vaughan 

Linda 

Webb 


Patricia 

Vaughn 

Gary 

Welch 


Donnie 

Walls 

Raymond 

Whited 


Connie 

Warden 

Martha 

Whitehurst 


Jeanette 

Taylor 

Jackie 

Trail 

Gary 

Umberger 


Donnie 

Gregory 

Ann 

Jack 

Janice 

Wilson 

Worley 

Worrell 

Wright 

Wright 




Left to right: Cecil Albano, Treasurer; Diana Love, Secretary ; Brenda King, Vice 
President; Dennis Rooker, President. 


As another school year began, we, as freshmen, entered the doors of Pulaski High 
dedicated to making this year one of our best — in work and pleasure. 

One of our pleasures came during the Homecoming activities when our class 
float placed first in the competition. This honor was truly one of the highlights of 
our freshman year. 

On our journey towards seeking new goals we were led so ably by Dennis Rooker, 
class President; Brenda King, Vice-President ; Diana Love, Secretary ; and Cecil Al- 
bano, Treasurer. 

We want to sincerely thank our able class sponsors: Miss Elizabeth Blair, Mrs. 
Ruth E. Hotz, Mrs. Linda A. Joyce, Mrs. Mary Ann Lemons, Mrs. Juanita C. Rob- 
ertson, Mrs. Wanda H. Totten, Mrs. Mildred R. Whitt, and Mrs. Shirley M. Wing- 
field, for their assistance, guidance, and encouragement. 

As we leave behind another year of sadness and joy, laughter and tears, work and 
pleasure, dedication and fulfillment, we realize that even more will be revealed in 
the years to come. But, we can certainly hope that the following years contain con- 
tinual joy and success and strive to make it thus. 


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Karen Akers 
Roger Akers 
Cecil Albano 
Dorothy Alley 
Jane Amburn 
Alex Ammar 



Joyce Anderson 
Gerald Aust 
David Babb 
Sherry Back 
Connie Bailey 
Sandra Bandy 





Charles Barbettini 
Danny Bates 
Alonzo Becks 
Joyce Bell 
Carol Blevins 
Danny Boggs 





Esther Bond 
Harry Boone 
Sue Bopp 


Jerry Bowyer 
Lois Bratton 
Lewis Breedlove 
Blair Brockmeyer 
Betty Brookfield 
Wanda Brookman 






Wayne Brookman 
Steve Buchanan 
Asa Burchett 
Marietta Burchett 
Johnny Burke 
Brenda Burton 




Barbara Butts 
Susan Cabaniss 
Connie Campbell 
Jane Carson 
Ernestine Carter 
Connie Childress 




Jerry Childress 
Jerry Chinault 
Jimmy Clark 
Kelsy Cochran 
Billy Coe 
Carol Coker 



Judy Coltrane 
Johnny Columbus 
Tom Combith 
David Compton 
Barbara Conner 
David Conner 






James Covey 
Basil Cox 
Theresa Cox 
Thurman Cox 
Bobby Craig 
Linda Craig 




Ronnie Craig 
Bill Crawford 
Bobbie Crockett 
Patricia Crouse 
Rita Crouse 
Ruth Crub 


(Elaes 


Betty Crumbley 
Bobby Cruff 
Brenda Dalton 







Larry Dalton 
Kenneth Dalton 
Gaile Davidson 
Roger Davidson 
Sandra Davidson 
Brenda Davis 




9 


Linda Doyle 
David Draper 
Pat Duncan 
John Dye 
Dallas Edwards 
Yvonne Endicott 






Kenny Farmer 
Linda Folden 
Brenda Foley 
Linda Foley 
Alan Fowler 
Anita Fowler 




Lillie Fowler 
George Freeman 
Debbie French 
Joan French 
Charlotte Frost 
Fredrick Fuller 





Clim Gallimore 
Mike Gallimore 
Jesse Gates 
Karen Gilmore 
Ronnie Glenn 
Betty Ann Goad 






Sue Retta Goad 
James Graham 
Wayne Gravely 
Janet Gregojy 
Jimmy Gregory 
Becky Hall 





John Hall 
Michael Hall 
Thelma Hall 



Patsy Hamilton 
Jerry Hanks 
Diane Harris 
Joanie Harris 
Karen Harris 
Ronald Hayter 



Lydia Hedge 
Haney Hodges 
Margaret Holland 
Skip Holland 
R. E. Holston 
Alyson Howard 






Hugh Huff 
Larry Huffman 
Danny Hughett 
Sharon Hunt 
Janie Hurd 
Dianne Hyatt 




Bobby Jackson 
Sue Johnson 
Billy Jones 
David Jones 
Sandra Kidd 
Brenda King 






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Larry King 
Mary Lou Kingrea 
Steve Kirkner 
Billy Knode 
Charles Lambert 
Ronnie Landreth 




William Lewis 
Charles Lineberry 
Linda Lineberry 
Billy Joe Long 
Diana Love 
Mildred Love 




Janet Lankford 
James Largen 
Nancy Leedy 
Joyce Leonard 
R. J. Lester 
James Lewis 


(Elaas 


Lois Lucado 
Ronald Lucado 
Franklin Mabry 



Regenia Marshall 
Brenda Martin 
Jack Martin 
Sherman Martin 
Steve Mayberry 
Jerry McGlothlin 




Joyce McGlothlin 
Linda McGlothlin 
Dickie McMillan 
Roy Mickey 
Mike Miller 
Buck Moody 





Ernest Moore 
Jerry Moore 
Donnie Morehead 
James Morehead 
Junior Morris 
Marie Moses 


Elmer Mottesheard 
Carolyn Myers 
Linda Myers 
Darrell Nelson 
Mike Newman 
Nancy Nuckols 


ip 

it 







Lou Ann O’Dell 
Shirley Oulds 
Dwight Owens 
Jimmy Pagan 
Melvin Parks 
Wayne Parks 




Henry Payne 
Alvin Penn 
Joyce Phillips 
Odella Poole 
Sheila Potts 
Glenda Jean Powers 





Terrie Powers 
Larry Price 
Ray Pritz 
Mary Pugh 
Linda Quesenberry 
Mike Quesenberry 




Richard Quesenberry 
Jerry Ratcliffe 
Johnny Ratcliffe 


Jjmfyntan 




Susie Richards 
Diana Richardson 
James Richardson 
Dickie Rickey 
Faith Rigney 
Larry Rigney 






Josephine Ring 
Larry Rogers 
Dennis Rooker 
Billy Rorrer 
Michael Rorrer 
Sharon Rupe 






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Ann Rutherford 
Freddy Saunders 
Jerry Sayers 
Roswell Seagle 
Carol Siglin 
Lester Simmons 




David Simpkins 
Sandra Slate 
Greg Smith 
Kenneth Smith 
Shirley Smith 
Wanda Snavely 



I 






James Sonner 
Linda Southern 
Suzanne Sowers 
Tommy Steele 
Billy Stephens 
Brenda Kay Stephens 



Allen Stoots 
Terry Sutherland 
Douglas Swecker 
Marie Talbert 
Dorothy Taylor 
Steven Taylor 






Brenda Thompson 
Jimbo Thompson 
Linda Thompson 
Phil Tickle 
Mike Tilley 
Buddy Tilson 




Ollaas 


Melvin Tolbert 
Larry Turman 
Randy Turner 





Steve Via 
Ernie Wallace 
Brenda Waller 
Christine Ward 
Jay Warf 
Jerry Webb 


Sandra Turpin 
Carol Underwood 
Chris Vann 
Bobby Dean Vaughan 
Jennifer Vaughan 
Randal Vaughn 





Junior Webb 
Carol Ann Weddle 
Linda Weddle 
Ann White 
David White 
Pat Willard 






Donald Williams 
Janet Wilson 
Connie Wingo 
James Woodyard 
David Wright 
Stephen Wright 




Class Officers: Bill Smith, President ; Mina Lenett, Vice-President ; Debbie 
Fortner, Secretary ; Carl McNew, Treasurer. 


Jtgfytlj (Bratfe 

In September, 1964, we, the Class of ’69, entered Pulaski High School. 
Between getting lost, getting locked in janitors’ closets, and being pushed 
around by upperclassmen, we managed to enter a float in the Homecoming 
Parade and to have two entries, Sunni Edens and Betsy Mabry, in the 
Miss P.H.S. Contest; one of our girls, Sunni Edens, was in the top five 
finalists. So here we are beginning the most wonderful and exciting days 
of our life. 

We would like to thank our sponsors: Mrs. Rawls, Mrs. Goforth, Mrs. 
Holloway, Mrs. Kolb, Mrs. McPeak, Mrs. Sutherland, Mrs. Dula, Mrs. Hale, 
Mrs. Myers. 


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Elwood Anderson 
Gary Anderson 
Robert Anderson 
Barry Anders 
Charles Andrews 
Dana Andrews 
Dana Andrews 



Gary Armbrister 
Rodney Atkinson 
Doug Aust 
Patty Jo Baily 
Donna Bandy 
Ned Bane 




Henry Barbettine 
Gary Barret 
Gayle Barnett 
Patsy Baugh 
Connie Bishop 






Francis Bishop 
Terry Blankenship 
Jerry Black 
Gloria Blevens 
Brenda Borroughs 


John Bowles 
Marie Bowman 
Billy Bradkins 
Worelly Branch 
Darleen Branscome 



Joe Branson 
Gene Brookman 
Betty Bratton 
Linda Bratton 
Judy Bryant 
Joey Buckner 



Linda Bullion 
Patty Burton 
Bob Byrd 
Linda Byrd 
Richard Byrd 
Doris Cameron 
Don Carr 









E. B. Carroll 
Dolly Church 
Jim Clay 
Bucky Clark 
Bob Chrisley 
Willard Chinault 
Connie Castellow 


Donna Clevinger 
Eddie Coble 
Wayne Coake 
Victor Ray Cole 
Edra Collins 
John Collins 
Allen Combiths 








Geneva Conner 
James Conner 
Ronnie Cook 
John Covey 
Marvin Covey 
Dennis Cox 
Larry Cox 


Linda Cox 
Nyoka Cox 
Gary Cregger 
Randall Cregger 
Karen Cross-white 
Audrey Crowder 



Glenn Crowder 
David Dalton 
William Dalton 
Carol Davis 
Patty Day 



Don Dehart 
David Dye 
Donnie Eads 
Sunni Edens 
Melody Elkins 




Katie Fleming 
Martha Floyd 
Rose Mary Flynn 
Debbie Fortner 
Epps Foster 
Steve Fowler 



Donnie Gill 
Lucy Glenn 
Keith Gnann 
Irene Goins 
Barbara Gosnell 
Helen Gravely 
Matilda Gravely 







Joyce Friend 
Wayne Friend 
Ronnie Garlic 
Linda Galimore 
Ernie Garter 
Bobby Garwood 
Carol Gilbert 




Wesly Hancock 
Linda Hawkins 
Don Harriman 
Freddy Heldi-eth 
Charles Henely 
Elga Henely 
L. J. Henley 



Mary Holston 
Paul Horton 
Mary Hudson 
Charles Hull 
Mike Hutchens 




(Iratfe 


Mike Jenkins 
Sue Jennings 
Jerry Johnson 
Margaret Johnson 
Alice Jones 







Anita Jones 
Harvey Jones 
Patty Jones 
Jackie Jones 
Walter Jones 



David Jordan 
Cynthia Kegley 
Tom Kegley 
Norman Keith 
Mike Kelly 
Judy Kemp 


Janet Kennedy 
Carol King 
Eddie Kirkner 
Buddy Kirby 
Richard Knotter 
Sue Kolbrick 
Kathy Landis 






Ronnie Largen 
Charlie Lawson 
David Lawson 
Garland Leason 
Mina Lenett 
Richard Lewis 
Becky Liggins 



Alan Lindsey 
Ronnie Lloyd 
Lynn Loftus 
Elizabeth Long 
Wilma Long 
Steve Lovern 
Terry Lucas 







Bob Luttrell 
Gayle Lyons 
Marsha Lytton 
Betsy Mabry 
Gary Mabry 
Eddie McMillan 
Patsy Marshall 



Linda Martin 
Taylor Martin 
Bruce McCall 
Linda McFall 
David McGrady 
Carl McNew 



Roger Melton 
Diane Mickey 
Clifford Millirons 
Donnie Millirons 
Harold Mitchell 


Janice Mitchell 
Mike Mitchell 
Larry Mooney 
Brenda Morefield 
Larry Morgan 


Brenda Myers 
Debbie Newton 
Delbert Nixon 
Rachel Nixon 
Martha Nuckols 





Stella Nuckols 
Patty Ogle 
Anne Owens 
Eugene Owens 
Barbara Patterson 
Sarah Patton 



Steve Quesenberry 
Patsy Ramsey 
Alice Ratcliff 
Linda Ratcliffe 
Brenda Reynolds 
Bud Rice 

Juanita Richardson 





Bob Pearce 
Tommy Phibbs 
Jackie Phibbs 
Tommy Phillips 
Ronnie Pruitt 
Cindy Quesenberry 
Glenna Quesenberry 






Sammy Roseberry 
Linda Rosenbaum 
James Rudisill 
Larry Runions 
Carolyn Sayers 
Elizabeth Sage 
Barbara Shockley 



G. B. Slate 
Donna Slusher 
Mary Slusher 
Barbara Smith 
Bill Smith 
James Smith 



Terry Smith 
Bill Southern 
Mike Spraker 
Judy Stallings 
Sid Steger 


(Hratfe 


Matt Stevens 
Roger Stites 
Tra veras Stuart 
Phillip Sullivan 
Nancy Surface 


Dickie Sutphin 
Earl Sutphin 
Joey Tabor 
Joyce Tabor 
Nancy Talbert 



Sandra Richardson 
Linda Riddle 
Patricia Ridpath 
Vicky Riggs 
Hannah Rieves 
Tina Robinson 
Thomas Rorrer 














Brenda Taylor 
Joyce Taylor 
Larry Taylor 
Jerry Thomas 
Danny Thompson 
Gary Thompson 



Lee Thompson 
Patty Thompson 
Don Thornton 
Ruth Thornton 
Roby Trotter 
Tony Turner 
Alvin Umberger 







James Van Cleave 
Phillip Vanhoy 
Janet Vass 
Mike Viars 
Mary Vlahos 
Mike Vordo 
Dave Ward 


Marie Ward 
Alice Warden 
Charles Warden 
Sandra Weatherford 
Janie Webb 
Rex Webb 
Richard Webb 






Nancy Welsch 
Lennie Whitaker 
Doug Whitt 
Jimmy White 
Susan White 
Gail Whorrell 
Donnie Williams 



Linda Williams 
Betty Wilson 
Danny Wolfe 
Donny Wolfe 
Kandice Wolfe 
Archie Worrell 


Bonnie Worrell 
Jenifer Worrell 
Kathy Worrell 
Nancy Worrell 
Linda Woolwine 




social functions, 


the Eighth Graders have well established themselves at Pulaski High. 


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STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 


The Student Cooperative Association is the total school organization 
that works for the betterment of the entire school program and the gen- 
eral welfare of each individual. 

Using the state theme of “Goals Guide Growth” which says “Seek res- 
ponsibilities, Create opportunities, and Achieve understanding”, the 1964- 
65 S. C. A. has successfully engaged in a variety of activities to fulfill its 
objectives. 

These activities include: the Guidebook, Homecoming, assemblies, Can 
Drive, Winter Formal, elections, Talent Show, devotions, council meetings, 
and district and state conferences. 

The officers of the SCA are : Sammy Buchanan, President ; Jean Hoback, 
Vice-President; Shannon Massie, Secretary; Randall Vaughn, Treasurer; 
Connie Garlic, Reporter. 


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First Row, Left to Right: Dianne Hyatt, Nancy Sur- 
face, Sunni Edens, Sandra Weatherford, Norma 
Mabry, Sammy Buchanan, Jean Hoback, Connie Gar- 
lic, Shannon Massie, Randal Vaughan, Bill Flint, Jeff 


Whitehurst, Freddie Fox, Howard Sadler, Pat Keat- 
ley, Valerie Atkinson. Second Row, Left to Right: 
Joyce Dalton, Janice Aust, Karen Gilmore, Betty 
Crumbley, Frances Tavares, Linda Cox, Jonda Albert, 


(Acihitftes (Eouttril 



First Row: Tina Robinson, Pat Waller, 

Carolyn Brockmeyer, Janie Hinson, 

Jean Buckner. Second Row: Frank 

Vass, Watts Steger, Karen Gibson, Annie White, Pat Buckner, Sherry Morefield. Third 
Row: Bill Beamer, Johnny White, Glennwood Lookabill, Charlie Dent, Dennis Rooker, 
Ted Hodge. Fourth Row: Bobby Nash, Cary Sutherland, Richard Parks, Herman Hern, 
Dick McMillan, Bill Smith, Archa Worrell. Fifth Row: Jimmy Worrell, Susan Rhudy, 
Alice Wheeling, Anne Withers, Julie Jackson, Frances Kesling. 


dlmmcil 



Debbie Surface, Wayne Hyatt, Mike Gallimore, Jerry 
Aust, Jerry Novell, David Walton, Mike Tilley, Jimmy 
Kelly, Carl McNew, Pete Rakes, Larry Taylor, Ernes- 
tine Clark, Thelma Conner, Carolyn Powers, Buddy 


Kirby, Paul Hughes, Roswell Seagle, Sharon Davis, 
Mary Pace, Joan Marshall, Linda Weddle, Terry 
Blankenship, Miss Gallimore. 





Bill Beamer, 
President 

Ralph Bocock 



Jean Buckner 

Evelyn Clark, 
Treasurer 




Glennwood 

Lookabill 

Velma Meredith 



Randy Nuckols 

Patsy Parks 



Betty Tracy 

Pat Waller 


Barry Whitt, 
Vice-President 

Jimmy Worrell 











Suzanne Moody 

Sherry Morefield, 
Secretary 


Ricky Talbert 

Chime Tate 




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Rational junior 
£3mtor Society 



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^efaspaper jltaff 




Karen Gibson 
Assistant Editor 


Dee Huff 
Associate Editor 


Judie Jackson 
Art Editor 


Harriet Cox 
Typist 


Johnny White 
Editor 


Joan Martin 
Reporter 




Charlie Dent 
Business Manager 


Margaret Ritter 
Assistant 
Business Manager 


Mary Pace 
Features Editor 


Jimmy Chapman 
Sports Editor 


Connie Wingo 
Reporter 


Mrs. Goforth 
Sponsor 


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J^pantstj (Elab 



Bottom to Top: Mrs. Joyce, Sponsor; Julie Jackson, 
President; Steve Mayberry, Vice-President; Pat May- 
berry, Jeannie Moses, Treasurer ; Jo Ann Price, Re- 
porter; Harvey Johnson, Chaplain; Dianne Russell; 


Carol Goggin; Josephine Ring; Bruce Hayes; Jeff 
Wheeler; Dennis Cox; Bobby Cox; William Graham; 
Sharon Cohen; Barbara Butts; Carol Coker; Doug 
Spence. Absent: Carol Siglin; Mary Pugh. 


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and 



department 



The Speech and Dramatics Club gives whole hearted thanks to Mrs. 
Sutherland for the patient training that she has given us. Through her 
teaching, we have developed an ability to speak well and to act. Our learn- 
ing has filtered through us to whet the cultural appetite of many students, 
both in grade school and high school. We have been richly rewarded by the 
poems we have learned, the plays and speeches we have presented, and 
the stories we have told. 





Standing: Cynthia Quesenberry, Linda Bullion, Linda 
Holmes, Sue Goad, Linda Folden, Joan French, Marie 
Moses, Pat Duncan, Linda McGlothin, Darlene Brans- 
come, Jennifer Worrell, Nora Brewster, Patty Davis, 
Jeanne Duncan, Betty Wilson, Mary White, Betty Wil- 
liams, Betty Clarke, Evelyn Sawyers, Helen Pappas, 
Jackie Brookman. Sitting: Ann Worrell, Sandra Mot- 


tesheard, Susan Ratcliff, Peggy Viars, Doris Murphy, 
Brenda Quesenberry, Linda Thomas, Sandra Craig, 
Darla Riggs, Carol Goggin, Dianne Hyatt, Jackie 
King, Diane Chandler, Frankie Hoback, Jean Jones, 
Elaine Harrison, Patti Luttrell, Margie Vaughan, 
Barbara Conner, Mary Pace, Shannon Massie. 


future ^Jlomemakers 



Sitting, Left to Right: Connie Castellow, Anita Jones, 
Lynn Hagee, Sandra Ammar, Linda Albert, Patsy 
Baugh, Kathy Landis, Marcia Carroll, Rosemary 


Flynn, Brenda Burroughs, Francis Townly. Stand- 
ing, Left to Right: Donna Slusher, Thelma Conner, 
Dana Andrews. 


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Seated: Sue Quesenberry, Chaplain; Emma Byrd 
Jones, Historian; Linda Webb, Secretary; Susan 
Rhudy, President; Joyce Branscome, Vice-president; 
Suella Robinson, Treasurer ; Connie Garlic, Report- 


er; Earlene Phibbs, Parliamentarian ; Connie Camp- 
bell, Scrapbook Chairman. Standing : Mrs. Newman, 
Miss Burcham, Mrs. Clemmer, Sponsors. 


(America 



First Row: Judy Bryant; Linda Ayres; 
Brenda Patton; Nancy Collins; Carol Phil- 
lips. Second Row: Mary Vlahos; Gloria 

Blevins; Becky Hall; Carolyn Quesenberry; 
Joyce Friend; Jean Wright. Third Row: Ed- 
ley Sadler; Bonnie Worrell; Mary Price; 


Cheryl Allen; Carole Davis; Sharon Rupe; 
Shelia Potts; Katie Flemming; Nancy Nuck- 
ols; Brenda Kanode; Teresa Kirkner; Mary 
Jane Austin; Brenda McCraw; Sue Ogle; 
Jeanette Taylor. 


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The Library Club strives to increase pupil interest and participation in 
library work through the training of student assistants to work in the 
library and to operate audio visual equipment. Library Club members pres- 
ent book reports to the student body during Book Week and National Lib- 
rary Week to promote interest in books and in learning. Student assistants 
who freely render services that help the students and the faculty to use the 
library and the teaching materials more effectively are given recognition 
through membership in the school club and the District M Library Assist- 
ants group. 






First Row, I. to R.: Alice Wheeling, President; 
Robert Welsh, Vice-President ; Linda Morris, Par- 
liamentarian; Joan Gregory, Treasurer ; Randolph 
Whitt, Reporter; Bobby Compton. Second Row: 
Frankie Hoback, Shelia Crowder, Linda Barrett, 
Stella Gray, Patsy DeHart, Secretary ; Randall Dal- 
ton. Third Roiv : Donald Trail, Donnie Jones, Troy 


Ray, Brenda McGlothin, Jean Akers, Bobby Dalton. 
Fourth Row: Wayne Umberger, Tony Roberson, 
Donald Surface, Connie Hylton, Sherry Cox, Doug- 
las Cook, Kenneth Klopp, Mr. Dobbins, Sponsor. 
Fifth Row: Wayne Jarrells, Arthur Cox, Wayne 
Davis, Roy Dickerson, Roger Duncan, Wally Knode, 
Troy Hagee. 



First Row, L. to R: Tommy Burton, James Morefield, Arnold Garlic. Second Row: 
Robert Arnold, Sergeant at Arms: Robert Akers, Curtis Slusher, Everett Grubb. 


^tOcrstftctl Occupations 



First Row, L. to R: Mr. Dobbins, Sponsor: Dennis 
Jackson, Parliamentarian : Billy Fagg, President : 
Herschel Farmer, Treasurer : Nancy Neese, Secre- 
tary: Kenneth Gray, Vice-President. Second Row: 
Carolyn Myers, Pansy Hawkins, Deana Andrews, 


Rodney Cox, Gary Herndon, Neal Johnson. Third 
Row: Mike East, Eddie Linville, Fred Cox, Dean 
Clark, David Worrell, Danny Hurst. Fourth Row: 
Jimmy Dobbins, Douglas Trail, Glen Watson, Larry 
Thornton, Roger Ridpath. 


1 1 1 



Vocational j^ljop 



1 12 





First Row: Joe Weddle, Chaplain; Archa Vaughan, 
Secretary; Frankie Flippin, V-Pres.; Jimmy Wor- 
rell, President; Greg Rooker, Bobby Nash, Treasur- 
er; Sammy Buchanan. Second Row: Carl Smith; 


Charles Rhett; Don Newman; Roger Dean; Barry 
Whitt; Freddie Fox. Third Row: Ronnie Powers; 
Jeff Whitehurst; Richard Aust; Jerry Thomas; 
Brock Brockmeyer; Cecil Prillaman. 



(ttrus atlers 
tEfyeta Ppgtlon 



Seated: Carolyn Brockmeyer, Pres.; Beth Boan, 
V-Pres.; Frances Kesling, Secretary; Suzanne 
Moody, Treasurer; Carol King, Chaplain; Velma 
Meredith; Pat Waller. Standing: Sherry Morefield; 
Pam Turner; Cary Sutherland; Patsy Parks; Vicki 


lame Pearce; Petty Turpin; Joan Dalton; 
Gloria Doyle; Nancy Chrisley; Emma Byrd Jones; 
Suella Robinson; Sue Haga; Jean Buckner. Not 
Pictured: Jo Ann Aust. 





First Row: Donald Lorton, Chaplain; Frank Vass, Secretary-Treasurer; Watts 
Steger, Reporter; Joe Stephens, President; Donnie Quesenberry, Vice-President; 
Doug Ratcliff, Sergeant-at-Arms. Second Row: Ronnie Pearce, Bobby White, 
Wayne Hyatt, Danny Carson, George Haga, Jerry Novell. Third Row: Barry 
Grinstead, Robert White, Jerry Hutchens, S. T. Crockett, David Walton, Butch 
Ratcliff, Bill Steger, Ederd Rhett. 

(Eljt (iHu JEta 



First Row, L. to R: Karen Gibson, President; Jean Hoback, Vice-President; Joy 
Hill, Secretary ; Sheila Nelson, Treasurer ; Julie Jackson, Chaplain; Linda Buchan- 
an. Second Row: Sandra Kiser, Su-Su Owen, Mary Alice Kidd, Margaret Ritter, 
Jewell Catron, Sandra Melton, Margaret Blair, Bobbie Poole, Donna Shockley, Jo 
Ann Price, Pat Rupe, Sharon Long. Third Row: Pam Chitwood, Jean Jones, Brenda 
McGraw, Dorothy Anderson, Becky Hotz, Wanda Pugh, Cheryl Allen, Brenda 
Cecil, Becky Burchett, Brenda Musick, Jo Ann Hummel, Marsha Sheets, Yvonne 
Dean, Susan Stoots. 





trojan 



First Row: L-R : Herman Hearn, President; John Kirby, Vice-President; Warren 
Phillips, Secretary ; Dennis Cox, Reporter; Larry Taylor, Treasurer ; Richard 
Parks, Chaplain. Second row: L-R: Gary Blankenship, L. T. Akers, Alan Rudisell, 
Wayne Hodges, Pete Raykes, Larry Gilmore, Timmy Gress, Bill Flint. Third row: 
L-R: Mark Robinson, Johnny Calfee, Tom Hufford, Jeff Phillips, Kelly Schrader. 
Not Pictured: Matthew Sayers. 



First Row: L-R: Margie Vaughan, Vice Pres.; Jayne Baugh, Sec.; Connie King, 
Treasurer ; Pat Buckner, President; Susan Albert, Chaplain; Helen Pappas, Re- 
porter; Deborah Surface, Historian; Diane Chaffin, Parliamentarian. Second row: 
L-R: Linda Rupe; Carol Duncan; Sue Goodson; Betty Clark; Debbie Farris; Joyce 
Dalton; Jonda Albert; Brenda Wilson; Dianne Jones; Joyce Johnson. Third row: 
L-R: Linda Hawley; Patsy Kanode; Kathy Kegley; Janice Wright; Joyce Warner; 
Martha Hulme; Judy Brookman; Joyce Branscome. Fourth row: L-R: Mary Pace; 
Sharon Hall; Vanona Alley; Jane Linkous; Linda Webb; Darlene Adams; Patti 
Luttrell; Margaret Sage. Fifth row: L-R: Elaine Harrison; Martha Whitehurst; 
Judie Jackson; Katie Flippin; Cynthia Stump; Donna Parks; Pat Vaughn; Pat 
Quesenberry. Not Pictured: Le Von Gregory; Jane Kanode; Judy Martin; Evelyn 
Sawyers; Norma Shull. 



First Row: Alex Ammar; Basil Cox, Secretary; Jerry Webb, Treasurer; Dickie Mc- 
Millan, President; John Columbus, Vice-President ; David Simpkins. Second Row: Phil 
Tickle; Alan Fowler; Gerald Aust; Tommy Combiths; Ernie Wallace; Dennis Rooker. 
Third Row: Standing, Jerry Smith; Mike Gallimore; Kenny Farmer; Haney Hodges; 
Hugh Huff; Randal Vaughn. Not Pictured: Roswell Seagle; Blair Brockmeyer. 


(UacUators 



? irst Row: Annie White, President; Brenda Foley, Vice President; Susan Cabaniss, 
treasurer; Linda Foley, Chaplain; Brenda Waller; Kris Vann; Betty Crumbley. Sec- 
<nd Row : Terri Powers; Barbara Btitts; Brenda King; Ann Rutherford; Karen Akers; 
fvonne Endicott, Anita Fowler; Lillie Fowler. Third Row: Connie Wingo; Linda Wed- 
lle; Linda Southern; Janie Hurd; Jane Amburn; Charlotte Frost; Betty Brookfield; 
lonnie Bailey. Fourth Row: Jane Carson; Karen Gilmore; Nancy Nuckols; Teresa 
lox; Judy Coltrane; Sue Bopp; Sandra Davidson; Claudia Gallimore. 


^Eta jMappa 




First Row: Standing: Left-Right : Rex Webb, Secretary ; Bill Smith, Vice-Presideyit ; 
Donnie Wyatt, Chaplain; Archie Worrell, President ; Duane Wright, Treasurer. Second 
Row: Standing: Left-Right: Allen Combiths; Mike Hutchins; Danny Thompson, Re- 
porter; Mike Spraker; Tommy Kegley; Steve Quesenberry. Third Row: Standing: 
Left-Right: Joey Buckner; Roby Trotter; Matt Stevens; Mike Vordo; Carl McNew; 
Sid Steger. 


(§ratb 



First Row: Tina Robinson, President ; Susan Kolbrick, Vice-President; Kathy Hoback, 
Secretary; Patsy Baugh, Treasurer ; Edley Sadler, Reporter; Debbie Fortner; Janie 
Webb. Second Row: Patty Jones; Barbara Patterson; Martha Nuckols; Martha Floyd; 
Jean Wright; Kathy Landis; Elizabeth Sage. Third Row: Kathy Worrell; Jennifer 
Worrell; Lynn Hagee; Betsy Mabry; Sunni Edens; Sandra Weatherford; Janet Vass; 
Barbara Shockley; Nancy Surface. Fourth Row: Mina Lenett; Hannah Rieves; Linda 
Albert; Mary Vlahos; Sandra Ammar; Candace Allen; Gail Whorrell; Darlene 
Branscomb. 


tUljeta Ppstlon (Efyapter 11 



First Row: Glenthia Rigney, Linda Lewis, Connie 
Parks, George Conner, Sam Crisp, Jesse Hopkins. 
Second Row: Brenda Musick, Donna Parks, Pat 
Anderson, Pat Buckner, Curtis Lewis, Kenneth 
Klopp. Third Row: Frances Tavares, Martha 


Beckner, Janice Morefield, Cary Sutherland, 
Jerry Novell, Bob Ratcliff. Fourth Row: Iva 
Price, Carolyn Brockmeyer, Wanda Cruff, Patsy 
Parks, Harvey Johnson, Sonny Whitt. 


Senior (Efyorus 



First Row: Steve Roseberry, Bill Steger, Jo Ann 
Hummel, Delores Becks, Linda Stoots, Becky 
Burchett. Second Row : Tom Noland, John Hagee, 
Pat Keatley, Penny Clark, Sherry Cox, Brenda 
Chaffin, Sherry Morefield. Third Row: Ted 


Hodge, Johnny White, Grace Phelps, Mary White, 
Betty Williams, Joyce Dalton. Fourth Row: 
Bobby Richardson, Pat Vaughan, Brenda Daw- 
son, Linda Buchanan, Nancy Teedy, Norma 
Mabry. 


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^junior (Hljorug 


First Row, L. to R: Karen Harris, Lois Lucado, Linda 
Myers, Keith Gnann, Janie Webb, Brenda Stephens, 
Mrs. Myrna Rockwell. Second Row: Melody Elkins, 
Lynn Loftus, James Lewis, B. B. McCall, Janet Greg- 
ory, Linda Bishop. Third Row: Martha Nuckols, 


Linda Woolwine, Geneva Conner, Steve Potts, Victor 
Cole, Esther Bond, Anita Fowler, Glenda Powers. 
Fourth Row: Linda Quesenberry, Remona Hodge, 
Carol King, Larry Rogers, Douglas Whitt, Sandra 
Bandy, Jane Amburn, Janie Hurd. 



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First Row, Left to Right: Glennwood Lookabill, Pat 
Quesenberry, Diane Chaffin, Delana Boone, Linda 
Rupe, Sandra Kiser, Secretary, Hannah Rieves, Sherry 
Morefield, President, Larry Johnson, Steve Kirkner, 
Mike Parks, Suzanne Moody, Vice President, Richard 
Aust, Billy Beamer. Second Row: Jane Everhart, 


Linda Fanner, Pat Chrisley, Jonda Albert, Doris 
Breedlove, Timmy Gress, Bobby Dean Vaughn, Ernest 
Moore, Betty Grubb, Pat Ingles, Jerry Smith, Barbara 
Altizer, Bobby Chrisley, Carl McNew, Earl Sutphin, 
Diana Love, Reporter, Francis Bishop, Wayne Coake, 
Sharon Hunt, Jimmy Aust. 


(©riole 


Barbara Altizer 


Sherry Morefield 


Melanie Pearce 

Head Majorette 


Co-Head Majorette 


Senior 

Senior 


Senior 





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"hird Row, Left to Right: Bill Smith, Michael Vordo, 
'eresa Cox, James Rudisall, Gail Whorrell, Joey Buck- 
ler, Phillip Vanhoy, Sue Haga, Sharon Davis, Eliza- 
eth Sage, Susan Kolbrick, Elizabeth Booth, Mar- 
ket Sage, Von Moody, Steve Quesenberry, Charles 
lager, Raymond Whited, Ernie Wallace, Sandra 
)avidson, Margaret Blair. Fourth Row: Betty Brook- 
ield, Larry Fanning, Bob Palmer, Treasurer, Mr. 


Harris, Director, Melanie Pearce, Wayne Morris, 
Buddy Rogers, Fred Thompson, David Ward, Terry 
Blankenship, David Simpkins, Frank Trotter, Jerry 
Novell, Chuck Chaffin, Charles Tavares, Bill Craw- 
ford, Charles Hull, Buddy Kirby, Jo Ann Price, Sam- 
my Roseberry. Not Pictured: Robert Powell, George 
Hager. 


^anct 


Diane Chaffin 


Betty Brookfield 


Richard Aust 

Sophomore 


Freshman 


Drum Major 




Senior 



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--*'■• 




First Column: Mr. Lilly, Sponsor; Freddie Fox, Secretary; Glennwood Lookabill, 
Treasurer; Frankie Flippin; Watts Steger; Jimmy Worrellj Bill Beamer; David 
Walton; Butch Ratcliff. Circle Clockwise: Jimmy McMillan; Jimmy Kelly; Barry 
Grinstead; Ronnie Powers; Sammy Buchanan; Frank Vass; Barry Whitt; Dennis 
Brown; Tom Noland; Donnie Quesenberry; Richard Parks; Johnny White; Larry 
Taylor. Second Column: Charlie Dent, President; Howard Sadler. Third Column: 
Jimmy Chapman, Vice-President; Bill Flint. 


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First Row: Donnie Quesenberry, Roger Dean; Rich- 
ard Aust; Buddy Rodgers; Ronnie Powers, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Bobby Nash, President; Joe Stephens, Secretary. 
Second Row: Gary Chinault; Don Newman; Ronnie 


Pearce; Donald Lorton; Jimmy McMillan; Butch Rat- 
cliff; Pete Raykes; Jerry Blankenship. Third Row: 
Watts Steger; Edward Rhett; Jerry Novell; Howard 
Sadler; Paxy Jackson; Kenny Carrico; Steve Earhart. 


^anagram 


First Row: Jimmy Worrell; Sammy Buchanan; 
Gary Hall; Greg Rooker; Glenn Weddle; Johnny 
Richards. Second Row: John Hagee; Cecil 

Thompson; Larry Johnson; Jimmy Chapman; 


Archa Vaughn; Billy Hager. Third Row : Charles 
Jackson; Randy Nuckols; Butch Rupe; Jeff 
Whitehurst; Gary Cox; Timmy Gress. 



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First Column: Pam Chitwood, Vice-President ; 
Carolyn Powers; Jewell Catron; Linda Patter- 
son; Valerie Atkinson; Becky Hotz, Chaplain; 
Patsy Parks; Vicki Webb; Frances Kesling. 
Second Column: Annie White; Kathy Kegley; 
Joyce Warner; Susan Cabaniss; Katie Flippin; 
Deborah Surface; Dianne Hyatt; Susan Albert; 
Sue Haga. Outer Curve Clockwise: Sue Good- 
son; Jayne Baugh; Sandra Kiser; Rena Poole; 


Carolyn Brockmeyer; Pat Buckner; Cary Suth- 
erland; Suzanne Moody; Marilyn Hill; Pat 
Keatley, Points Chairman; Chime Tate; Jill 
Howard, Treasurer; Martha Sutherland, Sec- 
retary; Jean Buckner, President. Inner Curve 
Clockwise: Linda Warden; Connie King; Pat 
Vaughn; Janie Hinson; Mrs. Kegley, Sponsor; 
Brenda Kanode. Not Pictured: Norma Mabry. 




Btjpsi tallp 




GARY HALL 
Co-Captain 
Senior Quarterback 



GREG ROOKER 
Senior Tackle 




The 1964 Oriole football 
squad got off to one of the best 
starts in the school’s history, 
winning the four consecutive 
games before a series of in- 
juries to key players robbed it 
of its power. 

The game with Blacksburg 
marked the turning point for 
Pulaski. Until then, they had 



STEVE EARHART 
Senior Halfback 



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well, Christiansburg, and un- 
defeated Narrows, 14 to 7. But 
the injury jinx found the 
Orioles in the Blacksburg 
game. 

With co-captain Bobby Nash 
out for the season with a brok- 
en arm, the Orioles lost to the 
Indians. Other injuries follow- 
ed; as many as eight starters 
were hurt. The Orioles won 
only one of their next five 
games to end the season -with a 
5-5 record. 



RONNIE POWERS 
Senior End 



MR. ED ROCKWELL 
Coach 



DON NEWMAN 
Senior Guard 


ARCHA VAUGHAN 
Senior Center 



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DONALD RATCLIFF 


CHARLES RHETT 

Senior T ackle 


Senior Guard 

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JIMMY WORRELL 
Senior Center 

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JEFF WHITEHURST 
Senior Guard 


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STEVE 

ANDERSON 

Junior 

Fullback 


DONALD 

HARRELL 

Junior 

Halfback 






WAYNE 

HYATT 

Junior 

Fullback 


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JIMMY 

McMillan 

Junior 

Guard 



RONNIE 

PEARCE 

Junior 

Halfback 


DAVID 

PRICE 

Junior 

End 






DONALD 

QUESENBERRY 

Junior 

Quarterback 



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DOUG 

RATCLIFF 

Junior 

End 


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JOE 

STEPHENS 

Junior 

Tackle 






BILLY 

HAGER 

Sophomore 

Center 



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CHARLES 

HAMILTON 

Sophomore 

Tackle 


JIMMY 

KELLY 

Sophomore 

Halfback 















junior |lar0tt\j football 



First Row, Left to Right: James Allen, Dickie 
McMillan, Danny Martin, James Lewis, Den- 
nis Rooker, Johnny Columbus, Larry Gilmore, 
Larry Taylor. Second Row: Fredrick Thomp- 
son, Roger Quesenberry, Wayne Brookman, 
Richard Parks, John Kirby, Rocky Ratcliff, 
Dickie Nelson, Doug Grantham. Third Row: 


Robert Taylor, Bobby Jackson, Bobby Cox, 
Mike Tilley, Larry Price, Melvin Tolbert, 
Wayne Parks. Fourth Row: Darnell Anderson, 
Jerry Sayers, Sammy McFall, Larry Phibbs, 
Roger Davidson, Terry Sutherland. Fifth Row: 
Coach Tacy, Coach Loftus, Sam Crisp, Her- 
man Hearn, Phil Tickle. 


JEtgfytlj dratb football 


First Row: Archa Worrell, Don DeHart, Carl 
McNew, Duane Wright, Rex Webb, Mr. Huff, 
Coach. Second Row: Mr. Puckett, Coach, Don 
Wyatt, Mike Spraker, Steve Quesenberry, El- 
liot Carroll, Fred Hendricks, Charlie Andrews. 


Third Row: Joey Buckner, Danny Thompson, 
Walter Jones, Matt Stevens, Gene Brookmam, 
Ed Kirkner, Doug Aust. Fourth Row: Jerry 
Johnson, Mike Kelly, Wayne Friend, Don Carr, 
Jimmy Clay, Herbert White, Bill Smith. 



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GARY CHINAULT 
Senior Forward 


JOHN HAGEE 

Senior Guard 




This season the Oriole basketball team posted the best 
record and the longest winning streak in the school’s his- 
tory. The team finished the season with an 18-0 record, 
the first perfect mark since 1943, and tied for first place 
with Blacksburg. The Orioles went on to establish a new 
high for consecutive wins, 20, by winning their first two 
district tournament games. This placed the Orioles up against 
the Blacksburg team for the game of the year. It was only 
in the last seconds that the Indians outlasted to Orioles 
54-52. The Orioles then advanced to the regional tournaments, 
where they won their first game against Gate City, but lost 
in the finals to Blacksburg. The Orioles finished 21-2 for the 
season, second in the region, and third in the state. 








GARY QUESENBERRY 
Junior Forward 



The presentation of the runner-up trophy 
in the District Tournament. 


BILLY SPRINKLE 

Junior Forward 




DAVID PRICE 
Junior Forward 


FRANK VASS 
Junior Guard 


JOE STEPHENS 
Junior Center 














First Row: 

Left to Right: 
Jerry Chinault, 
Larry Taylor, 
Johnny Columbus, 
Roger Rupe. 

Second Row: 

Bill Crawford, 
Edward Carter, 
Curtis Trail, 
Donald Carr, 

Mike Tilley, 

Robert Taylor, 

Mr. Tickle, Coach. 

Not Pictured: 
John Calfee, 
Dennis Rooker, 
Donnie Morehead. 


junior J^arstig ^aeketball 


dratfe ^agbetball 


First Row: 

Left to Right: 

Rex Webb, 

Walter Jones, 
Robert Anderson, 
Bobby Pearce, 

Joey Buckner. 

Second Row: 

Steve Quesenberry, 
Elliott Carroll, 
Richard Webb, 

Don Dehart, 

Freddie Hendricks, 
Mr. Puckett, Coach. 

Third Row: 

Eugene Owens, 

Matt Stevens, 

Dickie Sutphin, 

Sid Steger, 

H. L. White, 

Mike Hutchens, 
Gary Armbrister. 



132 



tHrack ‘(Hearn 



First Row: Bill Crawford, Mike Gallimore, George 
Conner, Jerry Ratcliff, Fred Thompson, James Al- 
len, Jerry Sayers, Samuel Crisp, Eugene Davidson. 
Second Row: Bobby Cox, Ronnie Powers, Charles 
Hager, Billy Hager, Michael Hickman, David Walton, 
Randy Nuckols, Harry Johnson, Jimmy Kelly, Tom 
Noland, Randal Vaughan, Ronnie Pearce, Larry Al- 


ley, Ray Shutt Manager, Mr. Ed Rockwell Coach. 
Third Row: Timmy Gress Manager, Gary Cox, Man- 
ager, Roger Dean, Steve Earhart, George Haga, 
Jimmy McMillan, Wayne Hyatt, Pat Engles, Steve 
Via, Kenny Carrico, Paul Horton, Gary Cruff, Larry 
O’Dell, David Babb, David White. 


^Baseball ®ratn 



First Roiv : John Kirby, Barry Grinstead, Donnie 
Quesenberry, Richard Aust, Jerry Blankenship, Don- 
nie Dalton, Butch Rupe, Pete Raykes. Second Row: 
Mr. Harry Loftus Coach, Tommy Hufford Manager, 


Dickie McMillan, Larry Taylor, Jackie Wright, Terry 
Martin, Roger Davidson, Mike Lester, Sherman 
Shockley Manager. Not Pictured: John Hagee, 

Johnny Richards, Rocky Ratcliff. 


133 




Mr. Jack Duncan, Coach 
Donald Ratcliff, Senior 




Charles Rhett, Senior 


Barry Whitt, Senior 


Barry Grinstead, Junior 





3UJH. pimtltng 



First Row: Left to Right: Leslie Turpin; Blair 
Brockmeyer; Tommy Douthat; Mike Newman; Jerry 
Smith; Wayne Brookman; Billy Kanode; James 
Graham; Cecil Thompson; and Tommy Combiths. 
Second Row: Left to Right: Timmy Gress; Haney 


Hodges; Pete Raykes; Junior Moles; Chipper McMil- 
lan; Dickie Nelson; Frederic Thompson; Allan 
Haga; Ray Semones; Durad Hoback; David Wal- 
ton; Mike Parks; and Edward Rhett. 


134 













Doug Ratcliff, Junior 


Jimmy McMillan, Junior 
Paul Hughes, Junior 


Ronnie Pearce, Junior 
Roger Quesenberry, Sophomore 


Wrestling 


James Allen, Sophomore 


Billy Hager, Sophomore 


Dickie McMillian, 
Freshman 







Jligtytlj drade JPrcstltng 



First Row: 

Left to Right: 

Lee Arnold, 
Danny Thompson, 
Allen Combiths, 
Tommy Kegley, 
Barry Anders. 

Second Row: 
Taylor Martin, 
Eddie McMillan, 
Jerry Johnson, 
Billy Smith, 
Willard Chinault, 
Gary Cregger, 
Gary Anderson. 














®mnts 


Richard Parks 
Sophomore 


Butch Ratcliff 
Junior 


Mr. William Puckett 
Coach 


K 

Johnny White 
Senior 


Paxy Jackson 
Senior 


Buddy Rodgers 
Senior 


Sammy Buchanan 
Senior 




Watts Steger 
Junior 


Charles Jackson 
Junior 


31 . tHemtts 



Left to Right: 

Herman Hearn; 
Jeffery Phillips; 
James Graham; 
Jerry Smith; 
Okey Evans. 




Mr. Charles Tickle 
Coach, 

Glennwood Lookabill, 
Jimmy Chapman, 

Dan Carson. 


The Pulaski High Golf 
team will play the follow- 
ing teams twice in their 
1965 season: 

V.P.I. Freshmen 

Blacksburg 

Giles 

George Wythe 


(golf 


Managers 


First Row: 

L. T. Akers; 
Sherman Shockley; 
Wayne Hodges. 

Second Row: 

Edward Rhett; 
Jeffery Phillips; 
Okey Evans; 

Gary Cox; 

Glenn Weddle. 



137 



Parsttjj (Eljeer lea tiers 



Valerie Atkinson 
Senior 


Patsy Parks 


Carolyn Powers 

Co-Head 


Head Cheerleader 

Cheerleader Senior 


Senior 




Pam Chitwood 
Junior 


Mrs. Ruth Hotz 
Sponsor 



Jewell Catron 
Junior 



Becky Hotz 
Junior 






(Eljeerleaciers 




139 













First Row, Left to Right: Debbie Surface, Wanda 
Pugh, Yvonne Endicott, Margaret Blair, Janie Hin- 
son, President, Jane Kanode, Reporter, Bobbie Poole, 
Vice President, Pat Buckner, Secretary. Second Row: 
Evelyn Sawyers, Jo Ann Hummell, Suellen DeWitt, 


First Row, Left to Right: Susie Richards, Irene 
Goins, Patty Jones, Edley Sadler, Martha Floyd, 
Joyce Dalton, Linda Ayers, Darlene Branscome, Jen- 
nifer Worrell, Sue Eversole, Elizabeth Sage, Jane 
Carson, Chris Vann. Second Row: Jennifer Vaughn, 
Barbara Cruff, Dianne Hyatt, Brenda King, Judy Col- 


Karen Vaughn, Betty Grubb, Betty Clark, Jean 
Buckner, Patsy Parks, Jill Howard. Third Row: Don- 
na Shockley, Marietta Burchett, Sheila Nelson, Jonda 
Albert, Susan Albert, Jean Hoback, Norma Mabry, 
Donna Parks, Diane French, Marsha Sheets. 


dtrls’ (Athletic 


trane, Jane Farmer, Patsy Kanode, Kathy Kegley, 
Cynthia Stump, Janice Wright, Peggy Ritter, Sue 
Goodson. Third Row: Cheryl Allen, Frances Tavares, 
Dorothy Wright, Lois Smith, Janice Cox, Carolyn 
Cox, Kathy Landis, Kathy Hoback, Linda Foley, 
Karen Gilmore, Lilly Fowler, Anita Fowler. 



140 



First Row, Left to Right: Claudia Gallimore, Carol 
Coker, Carol Weddle, Jean Wright, Carol Davis, Lynn 
Loftus, Brenda Waller, Linda Weddle, Marie Talbert. 
Second Row: Becky Hotz, Sandra Kiser, Su-Su Owen, 
Patty Day, Joyce Hall, Mary Hudson, Hannah 


Rieves, Susie White. Third Row: Diana Love, Carol 
Phillips, Linda Grubb, Brenda Kanode, Thelma Con- 
ner, Linda Cox, Dana Andrews, Patty Bailey, Melody 
Elkins, Marie Bowman. 


(Association 


First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Clark, Jo Ann 
Price, Delana Boone, Ann White, Alyson Howard, 
Nancy Tolbert, Nancy Welch, Judy Stallings, Linda 
McFall. Second Row: Karen Akers, Sandra Davidson, 
Brenda Foley, Sandra Weatherford, Janet Vass, Sun- 


ni Edens, Kathy Worrell, Becky Hall, Charlotte 
Frost. Third Row: Betty Crumbley, Susan Cabaniss, 
Barbara Butts, Cynthia Kegley, Joyce Bell, Patsy 
Hamilton, Theresa Cox, Karen Harris, Linda Myers. 



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NIKKI COMBITHS 


SAMMY BUCHANAN 


(Putetanding 


JANIE 

HINSON 


The Senior Class has deemed these eight people 
meritorious of being Outstanding Seniors for their ex- 
emplification of the best attainable quality, excellance. 
The goal is most desirable because of the difficulty in 
the attainment of it. 


FRANKIE FLIPPIN 


144 






GLENNWOOD LOOKABILL 


CHIME TATE 


Seniors 


The characteristics of leadership, scholarship, de- 
pendability, and character are used as the criterion by 
which the Senior Class has chosen these eight people 
whom they feel are truly Outstanding Seniors. 


MARILYN HILL 


JOHNNY 

WHITE 


145 




CUTEST 

Dennis 

Brown 

and 

Linda 

Warden 



(Priolee 


BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT 
Charlie Dent and Patsy Parks 


MOST DIGNIFIED 
Bill Beamer 
and 

Anne Withers 


BEST ALL 
AROUND 

Glennwood 

Lookabill 

and 

Jean Buckner 





MOST ATHLETIC 
Ronnie Powers and 
Janie Hinson 


146 



Terry Martin and 
Pat Keatley 


BEST DANCERS 
Buddy Rodgers 
and Sue Haga 



MOST TALENTED 
Stephen Roseberry 
and Chime Tate 



147 


BEST 

PERSON- 

ALITY 

Howard 

Sadler 

and 

Nikki 

Combiths 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Johnny White and Carolyn Brockmeyer 



MOST TALKATIVE 
Paul Sorrell 
and 

Grace Phelps 


MOST 

INTELLECTUAL 
Frankie Flippin 
and 

Marilyn Hill 



MOST COMICAL 

James Semones and Doris Harriman 



148 



MOST POPULAR 
Gary Hall and 
Carolyn Powers 


MOST HAPPY GO LUCKY 
Jimmy Warf 
and Penny Clark 



BEST LOOKING 

Jeff Whitehurst and Valerie Atkinson 



BEST DRESSED 
Jimmy Chapman and Gail Siglin 






KATIE FLIPPIN 

Sophomore 


RICHARD PARKS 
Sophomore 


DIANNE HYATT 
Freshman 



150 





GARY HALL 
KING 


(Eourt 


DENNIS ROOKER 
Freshman 


BUTCH RATCLIFF 

Junior 




THELMA CONNER 
Junior 


BETSY MABRY 
Eighth Grade 


ARCHIE WORRELL 
Eighth Grade 



151 








(Atkinson 


^aitl of |Monor 
3)efoeU 
(Eatron 













KING Sammy Buchanan 




QUEEN Valerie Atkinson 


SENIOR MEMBERS 


Ralph Bocock 
Dennis Brown 
Jimmy Chapman 
Gary Chinault 
Frankie Flippin 
Glennwood Lookabill 
Bobby Nash 
Don Newman 
Ronnie Powers 
Howard Sadler 


Jean Buckner 
Sarah Jane English 
Sue Haga 
Janie Hinson 
Jill Howard 
Dee Huff 
Sherry Morefield 
Margaret Seagle 
Linda Warden 
Anne Withers 


Butch Ratcliff 


CROWN BEARERS 

Pam Chitwood 





154 





DUKE 
Gary Hall 


PRINCESS 
Carolyn Powers 


UNDERCLASSMEN MEMBERS 


Danny Carson 
Tommy Combiths 
S. T. Crockett 
Bill Flint 
Larry Gilmore 
Barry Grinstead 
Wayne Hyatt 
Charles Jackson 
Jimmy Kelly 
Dickie McMillan 
Jimmy McMillan 
Richard Parks 
Doug Ratcliff 
Dennis Rooker 
Bill Smith 
Larry Taylor 
Mike Tilley 
Curtis Trail 
Frank Vass 
Archie Worrell 


Mary Jane Austin 
Jayne Baugh 
Susan Cabaniss 
Jewell Catron 
Thelma Conner 
Sunni Edens 
Katie Flippin 
Brenda Foley 
Linda Foley 
Becky Hotz 
Dianne Hyatt 
Kathy Kegley 
Sandra Kiser 
Betsy Mabry 
SuSu Owen 
Mary Pace 
Helen Pappas 
Wanda Pugh 
Marsha Sheets 
Debbie Surface 



155 






Girls’ State: Pam Chitwood, Jewell Cation, 
Thelma Conner. Boys’ State: Jimmy Mc- 
Millan, Watts Steger, Butch Ratcliff. 


Scholarship and Award Recipients (as of April 2, 1965): 

Jean Buckner, Betty Tracy, Pat Waller, Melanie Pearce, 
Glennwood Lookabill, Frankie Flippin, Ralph Bocock, Joe 
Weddle, Bill Beamer. 


(Silded (Eage 


Frankie Flippin ; Dis- 
trict Hi-Y President 
Key Club District 
Secretary-Treasurer. 


First place school and district science fair winners: Gerald 
Aust, Alyson Howard, Vanona Alley, Wayne Coake, Linda 
Meyers, George Bevins, Jerry Chinault, Diana Love, 
Katie Flippin, Herman Hearn, Billy Kanode. 




Nikki Combiths, Bill Beamer, 

DAR Award. All Virginia Band. 



Doug Eads, First Advertising 

Contest: Arthur Cox, Third Dis- 
play Contest. Va. Distributive 

Education Leadership Conference. 


Cast of the One Act Play: Frank Trotter, Bobby Rat- Virginia All State Chorus: Carolyn 

cliffe, Nikki Combiths, Anne Withers, Beth Boan, Brockmeyer Alternate, Steve Roseberry, 
Thelma Ingles, Buddy Rodgers. Bill Steger. 



I Speak For Democracy Contest: Shelia Nelson, 
First: Nikki Combiths, Second: Wanda David- 
son, Third. 




Regional Wrestling Champions: Charles 

Rhett, Fourth; Ronnie Pearce, Jimmy Mc- 
Millan; Larry Johnson, Second; James 
Allen. 


First Place Forensic Winners: Shelia Nelson, Jewell 
Catron, Nikki Combiths, Susan Albert, Frank Trot- 
ter, Harvey Johnson, S. T. Crockett. 



Jimmy Worrell, Clerk of the Senate MGA ; 
Butch Ratcliff, Secretary-Treasurer Southern 
Conference Blue Ridge Assembly. 



All State Chorus: Janice Morefield, Norma Mabry, Johnny 

White, Steve Roseberry, Bobby Ratcliffe, Tom Noland, Ted 
Hodge, Bill Steger, Jesse Hopkins, Harvey Johnson, Linda 
Buchanan, Wanda Cruff, Jerry Novell, Carolyn Brockmeyer, 



Pat Waller, 
Betty Crocker 
Award. 



All State Band: Frank Trotter, Bill Beamer, Charles 
Tavares, Fred Thompson, Jerry Novell, Jonda Albert, 
Sherry Morefield, Delana Boone, Pat Christley. 









^o-operatu, 



157 



Congratulations to the Seniors of Pulaski High School 

Class of '65 

COLEMAN FURNITURE 
CORPORATION 


158 


Congratulations to the Class of '65 

THE PULASKI NATIONAL BANK 

"Two Convenient Locations" 

Main Office — Pulaski Branch Office — Fairlawn 



Compliments of 

HUFF COAL Cr OIL COMPANY, INC. 

Phone 2-0021 

Pulaski 

Compliments of 

MONTGOMERY WARD 

Virginia 


Compliments of 


PEOPLES SERVICE DRUG STORE 


Pulaski Business Plaza 


159 





SIGLirS 

"Corner of the Court" 


Phone 5-1013 


Pulaski, Va. 


160 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

BLUE RIDGE SUPPLY CO. 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

MORRIS FASHIONS 


Compliments of 


E. D. DAVID 

District Manager 


People's Life Insurance Co. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

Southern States 
Pulaski Co-Operative, Inc. 

DIAL 2-5691 

PULASKI VIRGINIA 




161 





Compliments of 

MAYFLOWER MOTEL 
& RESTAURANT 


Compliments of 


N & M 
GROCERY 


TRINKLE AND DOBYNS, 
INCORPORATED 


General Contractors 


Dublin, Virginia 


Compliments of 

PULASKI RADIATOR & 
UPHOLSTERING SERVICE 

623 E. Main St. Pulaski, Virginia 

Radiators Repaired and Recored 
All Types of Auto Upholstery 
Crank Shaft Grinding and 
Reboring Service 

George C. Allen, Owner 
Phone 3-191 1 


162 



CONGRATULATIONS . 

TO THE 
CLASS OF '65 

VIRGINIA MAID HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 
ACME HOSIERY DYE WORKS, INC. 


163 


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 


Congratulations to the 
Class of '65 

THE SOUTHWEST TIMES 


"Your Newspaper" 


Compliments of 


EMMART 

Millinery and Children's 
Wear 


Compliments of 

PARKS-BELK 


DEE'S CUT-RATE STORES 

"Headquarters For 
School Supplies" 

Pulaski - Marion - Wytheville 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

MARSHALL 
WELDING SUPPLY 


East Main Street 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


164 




RAFLO'S INC. 


"Clothes Just For You" 

Pulaski Virginia 



JACKSON MOTEL 


Mrs. Fred A. Jackson, Manager 
Phone 2-9691 

U. S. 11 Pulaski, Va. 


Compliments of 

WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 


165 



Congratulations to the Class of '65 


,v 



STICKLER'S FUNERAL HOME 

810 North Jefferson Avenue 
Pulaski Virginia 



Compliments of 

EARL'S MOBILGAS 


Compliments of 

MASTER CLEANERS 


166 





"It Pays to Look Well" 

ELK'S BARBER SHOP 



Compliments of 

THE MUSIC SHOP CORP. 

93 Main Street 
Dial 4-1639 

Pulaski Virginia 


167 




Compliments of 


Compliments of 

ALL-STATE INSURANCE 


HALL'S SHOE SHOP 

"You're In Good Hands with 


223 North Jefferson Avenue 

All-State" 


Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 


GARTER'S FOOD CENTER 


MAX'S BAKERY 
AND GIFTS 

Pastries, Cakes, and Cookies 
for all occasions 

Jewelry and Gifts 
for the Home 


Compliments of 


MEREDITH & TATE, INC. 


Your Neighborhood Good Gulf Dealer 


168 



Congratulations to the Class of '65 



A Fine Place to Eat 

Sundries, cones, shakes, malts, soft drinks, 
and many tasty sandwiches. 


Pulaski, 


Virginia 


169 


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 


Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF '65 


Class of '65 

KESLINGS COAL YARD 


PIGGLY WIGGLY 

Pulaski Virginia 


"Home of Fine Foods" 



GLENN INSURANCE 


Congratulations 

AGENCY, INC. 


to the Class of '65 

Security • Service • Dividend Savings 


CAVALIER SUPPLY 



COMPANY, INC. 

16 Main Street • P. 0. Box 70 
Phone 2-3391 


Pulaski, Virginia 



Paper Products - Janitor Supplies 

Pulaski, Virginia 


Institutional Foods 


170 



CONGRATULATIONS FROM 


MAYBERRY BLICK • 0L0SM0BILE, II. 


EAST MAIN STREET 
PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

JEFFERSON MILLS 

"THE PLANT THAT CARES" 

PULASKI VIRGINIA 


171 


CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

MARTIN'S PHARMACY 

"PHARMACISTS IN COOPERATION 
WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN" 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


Compliments of 

NUMBER ONE DRUG STORE 

73 W. Main St. 

Phone 2-1111 Pulaski,Virginia 


Compliments of 

PULASKI FLOWER SHOP 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


PULASKI FURNITURE CORPORATION 


PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


172 



Compliments of 


PULASKI BUILDING SUPPLIES, 

11 . 

Building Material and Lumber 


Pulaski, Virginia 

Phone 3-3751 


THOMAS M. SEAGLE & SON’S *.,*«. 

Pulaski, Virginia 


"Four Generations Serving Southwest Virginia" 


173 



MONTICELLO 

CAFE 


FOLEY'S ELECTRIC CO. 

Sales and Services 

226 N. Jefferson Ave. Dial 4-1751 

Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 

AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES 


Congratulations 


BURTON INSURANCE 
AGENCY 


309 North Washington Avenue 
Pulaski, Virginia 
Phone 2-7561 


174 




THE PEOPLES 
NATIONAL BANK 
OF PULASKI 

Member F.D.I.C. 



"It pays to look well" 

O. K. BARBER SHOP 



Congratulations to the 
Class of '65 

GENERAL CHEMICAL 
DIVISION 

Allied Chemical Corp. 
Pulaski Works 



175 









Compliments of 

CLOVER CREAMERY COMPANY 


Compliments of 

T. ADAIR HALL 

General Contracting 
Building and Repairing 


176 


Compliments of 

MARTI N-BEAMER 
HARDWARE CO., INC. 

"Your Friendly, Helpful 'IRHA' 
Hardware Store" 

Serving Our Friends and Neighbors 
for 25 years 

27 E. Main Street Dial 2-5191 


Compliments of 

PAUL KNITTING MILL 

Manufacturers of Quality Hosiery 
Nearly half a century in Pulaski 

Pulaski Virginia 


Your Daytime Companion with 

W P U V 

1580 KC 

Phone 3-3931 

Serving Southwest Virginia 
Since 1946 


Compliments of 

VIRGINIA OAK & 
FLOORING CO., INC. 

Pulaski, Virginia 


177 


Congratulations to the Class of '65 

SOUTHWEST MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 

Imperial, Chrysler, Plymouth, Valiant 


Compliments of 

NEHI BOTTLING CO. 


Pulaski Virginia 


Congratulations to 
Class of '65 


STEGER'S LAUNDRY 
AND 

DRY CLEANERS 


We Furnish The Home 
Completely 

"Never a Carrying Charge" 
Compliments of 

GUYNN 
FURNITURE CO. 

Pulaski Virginia 


178 



IT'S FUN TO BE ON THE TELSTAR TEAM 


Telephone service is o happy combination of able people and ever-better 
equipment. As partners with the Bell System, we, of C&P share the pride 
for development of the transistor, solar battery and Telstar. In the field 
of communications, the horizon is bright . . . and the future offers fascinating 
experiences and rewards for endeavor. 

C & P OF VIRGINIA 

A BELL SYSTEM COMPANY 


179 



Compliments of 

TILLEY PAINT CO., INC. 

215 First St., S W. 

Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 

D. OBEL RATCLIFF, Realtor 

Real Estate Broker Auctioneer 


JOT'EM 

DOWN STORE 

Groceries and Feed 

Dial 3-2431 

184 W. Main St. 


Compliments of 


VIRGINIA BLOCK 
AND LUMBER 


Compliments of 

JO-AL-KIN HEREFORD FARM 
KING COAL AND WOOD YARD 

616 First St. N. E. Box 569 

Phone 2-0681 


J. K. King, Owner 


180 




GUS # S MARKET 


HYLTON'S FEED STORE 

Staple and Fancy Groceries 


208 N. Madison Ave. 

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 


Phone 4-1374 

Route 1 Box 48A 


Compliments of your 

Dial 4-1530 Pulaski, Va. 


Purina Dealer 


Compliments of 


GEM CITY JUNK 
& MUSEUM 


Bowling is Fun 
For All Ages 
at 

SKY LANES 

Dublin Rd. Pulaski, Va. 


LAVINDER'S MOBILGAS 
STATION 

Phone 3-6581 

Dublin Rd. Pulaski, Va. 


Dial 2-8821 Pick up and Delivery 

NEW PARAMOUNT 
CLEANERS 

Quality Cleaning and Pressing 

227 Jefferson Ave. Pulaski, Va. 


For Tops In Movie Entertainment 
Always say .... 

What's Showing At 

THE PULASKI THEATRE 


STEVENS 
FUNERAL HOME 


815 Randolph Avenue 
Pulaski, Virginia 


181 



LANDIS 
REAL ESTATE 
INSURANCE 


FREEZER-FRESH 

305 N. Washington Ave. 

AND 

QUALITY HOME 
EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

307 N. Washington Ave. 
Pulaski, Virginia 

Owned and Operated by 
Charles and Dorothy Haymore 


182 


Compliments of 

APPALACHIAN TIRE 
PRODUCTS, INC. 


HATCHER-ASKEW 

Quality Men's Wear 

Since 1888 



Compliments of 

DENT RADIO-TV SERVICE 

— Electronics Exclusively — 


HOUSE OF BEAUTY 

Complete Beauty Service 

338 North Washington Ave. 
Phone 2-7571 



Compliments of 

FELIX DEPARTMENT 
STORES 

Pulaski Virginia 


Congratulations from 

T. M. Combiths, Jr. 

EQUITABLE LIFE 
ASSURANCE SOCIETY 



Compliments of 

ALEX MEN'S SHOP 

Pulaski Virginia 


DUBLIN ROAD ESSO 
SERVICENTER 

Phone 2-7551 

Dublin Road, Pulaski, Virginia 
Pick Up & Del. Ser. 


183 


MYDEN ELECTRICAL HEATING & 
INSULATION CO, INC. 


Pulaski, Virginia 


"Wholesale Electrical Distributors" 


Compliments of 


PET MILK COMPANY 


Wytheville, Virginia 


184 


Compliments of 


COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING COMPANY 

"Have a Coke" 

Pulaski Virginia 


BOB'S SHOE 

• 

CENTER 

PULASKI, 

VIRGINIA 


Charles B. Wright Phone NE 9-6062 

BILL'S KITCHEN 

Hot Dogs — Chili — Buns 
and Sandwiches 


CROWN JEWELERS INC. 

If You Don't Know Diamonds 
Know Your Jeweler 

R. Larry Barnett, Mgr. 

15 W. Main St. Pulaski, Va. 


Compliments of 

PULASKI BOWLING 
CENTER 


HALEY FURNITURE 
STORES 


Complete Line of New Furniture 


Pulaski, Virginia 


185 


Compliments of 

PULASKI MIRROR CO. 


BANE'S 


Paint — Wallpaper 


Compliments of 


SOUTHWESTERN 
VIRGINIA GAS CO. 


Compliments of 

PULASKI COUNTRY CLUB 
PRO SHOP 


Carl T. Hill 


Compliments of 

NATIONWIDE INSURANCE 


NEW RIVER OILS, INC. 

Phone 2-2401 


Pulaski, Virginia 


AUST SUPER MARKET 


Compliments of 

and 


GALLIMORE AND LIVELY, 

JIM DANDY MARKET 


INC. 



General Contractors 

Congratulates the Class of '65 


Pulaski Virginia 


186 



Compliments of 


PULASKI MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 



TYLER DRUG CO., 

INC. 

Your Rexall Store 


Prescription Specialists 


Prescriptions called for and Delivered at 

no Extra Cost 

Phone 2-601 1 

Phone 2-4701 



Pontiac Cadillac Tempest 

RUTHERFORD PONTIAC COMPANY 


o 


Pulaski, Virginia 

G. M. C. Trucks 
Dealer's License Number 240 


187 




Congratulations to the Class of '65 


AIR CONTROL CORPORATION 


North Jefferson Avenue Pulaski, Virginia 



Your Direct Factory Chevy Dealer 
"Volume is the Secret to Our Business" 


LUTTRELL CHEVROLET CO. 


188 


WALLACE'S 

'First and Foremost 
in Fashion" 

Pulaski, Virginia 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

PULASKI LAUNDRY 
AND 

DRY CLEANING 
SERVICE 


FUR STORAGE 
RUG CLEANING 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


ELECTRO - PLASTIC 
FABRICS, INC. 


VINYL COATED FABRICS 


PULASKI, 


VIRGINIA 


Congratulations from 

PULASKI DRUGS, INC. 

19 East Main St, — Pulaski 

MEDICAL ARTS 
PHARMACY, INC. 

Hospital corner 

"Your Walgreen Agency Stores" 
Prescriptions 
Sundries 


189 



A MAN YOU CAN LEAN ON THAT'S KLOPMAN! 

STAUNTON RIVER FINISHING CO. 

Division of 

KLOPMAN MILLS INC. 

Newbern Plant 
Newbern, Va. 


190 



Congratulations 
Class of '65 

PULASKI ESSO 
SERVICENTER 

Pulaski Virginia 


We, the Business Staff of the 1965 
ORIOLE, wish to express our gratitude tr 
the advertisers and to the students and 
faculty of Pulaski High School, whr 
have given us their complete coopera- 
tion. 

Frank Flippin 

Business Manager 

Watts Steger 

Ass't Business Manager 

Susan Albert 

Business Secretary 



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Brooms and brushes, 



Soup and sandwiches, 


a cheerful smile, 





a carefree moment, caught 
off guard, 


a successful experiment, 


back-stage controls, 


and an anxious wait 



all work together 
to make these 
days happy and 
fulfilling — 
days which will 
never come again 
for the Seniors. 
Farewell Class 
of '65!! 





J PRINTING COMPANY • Charlotte , N. C 


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