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PULASKI HIGH SCHOOL 
Pulaski, Virginia 


S. T. CROCKETT 
Editor-in-Chief 

BECKY HOTZ 
Associate Editor 


WATTS STEGER 
Business Manager 


WANDA PUGH 
Associate Editor 


Ex Libris 



After we walk from its doors, 
Having walked through every hall, 
Enjoying a close fellowship 
And enrichment for all. 

A place remains in our hearts, 

Where the years have been our best. 
That grand edifice upon the hill, 
Dear ole P. H. S. 










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Dedication 


If the world had no reliable people, we would surely find existence hard. 
Reliability, sincerity, generosity, and kindness have won you the admira- 
tion and respect of each and every student at P. H. S. We are grateful to 
you for your genuine desire to help others. You have been outstanding in 
all phases of school life at P. H. S. 

In recognizing your efficiency as an administrator, we must not forget 
your success in the classroom as a teacher of mechanical drawing. You 
have shown us that you are unfailing in accepting the responsibility given 
to you by others. 

You were at one time the sponsor of the Key Club. You have been 
fundamental in the success of our school newspaper. These are only a few 
of your contributions to our extracurricular activities. 

As a token of high esteem and an expression of our sincere appreciation 
of your unfailing interest in the students, we the staff of the 1966 Oriole 
dedicate this annual to you . . . 


MR. DEWEY S. WILSON 



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With the rapid termination of this 1965-1966 school year, we have 
reached a significant milestone in our climb toward maturity and self- 
sufficiency. We must now start looking forward to the future, striving 
to reach and maintain the goals and ideas we have set for ourselves. 

Our future is held behind a variety of closed doors. To unlock any door 
it takes a key — the right key, the one and only key which will open 
that door. It is up to each of us, individually, to find that one key which 
will open his door to the future. Finding that one key will not be a 
simple task. Its nature is of such an essence that it can only be accom- 
plished through hard, determined work and a thorough knowledge of 
what one wants out of life. 

With this in mind, one can now begin to pattern his life so it will coin- 
cide with the goals he has set for himself. As the steps of his ladder are 
ascended toward these goals, the key which will unlock his door begins 
to take shape. Finally, the ladder is ascended and the key is ready to be 
fitted into the lock. With the opening of the door, the future path is now 
clear. 

— Frank Vass 


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The days of the one-room schoolhouse have disappeared as our world 
has become one of urbanization and consolidation. Although this early 
American tradition has fallen to the wayside, it has contributed many 
enterprising, men to our society. At this time the Oriole Staff wishes to 
pay tribute to one such man who has unlocked the doors of knowledge to 
many young people. 

After attending Hampden-Sydney College and graduating from the 
University of Virginia, he began his forty-year career in the field of 
education. Before coming to Pulaski, he served in other localities through- 
out Virginia as both teacher and principal. For the past twenty-five years 
he has served Pulaski as a top administrator of education. His contri- 
butions did not stop here, for he has also served as a past president of the 
Virginia Association of School Administrators. 

For his many contributions to the field of education, we the Oriole Staff 
wish to recognize 

— MR. FRANK J. CRITZER 


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JKem oriam 

MR. HERMAN L. RATCLIFFE 


THE GATE AT THE END OF THINGS 

Some people say the world’s all a stage 
Where each plays a part in life; 

While others proclaim that life is quite real, 

Its joys, its battles, its strife. 

Some say it’s a joke, we should laugh it along, 

Should smile at the knocks and stings; 

Whatever is true just take this from me, 

There’s a gate at the. end of things. 

Don’t try to kid yourself with the thought, 

You can do as you please all the while; 

Don’t think you can kick the poor fellow who’s down, 
While you climb to the top of the pile. 

Don’t go back on your pal, just because he won’t know, 
Oh, in his eyes you may be a king; 

Some day he will see you just as you are, 

At the gate at the end of things. 

Don’t think you can fool all the folks all the while, 

You may do it sometimes, that is true; 

They will find you out in the end every time, 

The only one you fool is you. 

If you see a man down, why, give him a hand, 

And find how much pleasure it brings, 

To know you are ready to meet all mankind, 

At the gate at the end of things. 

Live like a man, it don’t cost any more, 

To act on the square and be right. 

It’s reward enough to know you’re a man, 

To hear people say, “He’s right.” 

You can look everyone straight in the eye, 

And your voice has sincerity’s ring; 

Then you’re ready to go and pass through with the bunch, 
At the gate at the end of things. 



— Unknown 




Becky Hotz 

Associate Editor — Features 


Mrs. Edna Love 
Sponsor 



Lois Smith 
Layout Editor 



Wanda Pugh 

Associate Editor — Activities 



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Bobbi Poole 
Girls’ Sports Editor 


Wayne Hyatt 
Senior Class Editor 



Bob Palmer 
Boys’ Sports Editor 




Wanda Cruff 
Typist 



Su-Su Owen Margaret Ritter 

Typist Typist 



Mary Jane Austin 
Typist 



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Katie Flippin 
Assistant Editor 



Sue Bopp 

Sophomore Class Editor 



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Edley Sadler 
Photographer 



Bill Flint 

Asst. Business Manager 



Kathy Newman 
Eighth Grade Class Editor 



Shannon Massie 
Junior Class Editor 



Nancy Surface 
Freshman Class Editor 



Carol Ann Weddle 
Photographer 






As we go through our days at Pulaski High School, we often inadvert- 
antly forget those who make our days more enjoyable. These are the un- 
sung heroes whom we wish to bring to light; the bus drivers, the cooks, 
and the custodians. 

Qlnsung j feroes 


We wish to thank these people who provide transportation to and from 
school, those who prepare hot nourishing meals, and those who keep our 
school warm and clean. If it were not for these hardworking people our 
days at P. H. S. would not be as comfortable as they are. 



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As we leaf through the pages of this book, 
we find reason to reflect upon the happen- 
ings of this school year. The warm glow of 
friends’ faces, the hard work of academic 
achievement, and the discipline and sacrifice 
of goals reached have a special significance 
for each of us. 

With every backward glance there comes 
some form of evaluation. We think of the 
opportunities that school has afforded us 
and we ask ourselves, “What have we done 
with these opportunities ?” Most of us can re- 
flect with pride on our school experience, and 
yet, because of human frailty we can recog- 
nize many opportunities that we have passed 
by. Many would say that this is life, but it is 
also relevant to life, so relevant that success 
or failure hinges upon it. It behooves us all 
to be successful by taking advantage of op- 
portunity to better ourselves and the people 
around us. 

In a time when draft cards are being 
burned, when young people are marching and 
protesting without regard for the established 
forums available to them, it is with pride 
that I reflect upon this school year and our 
students here at Pulaski High School. I am 
grateful for my association with you and for 
the joys of this school year. 

I commend those members of our graduat- 
ing class who have reached a major goal in 
their lives. We are especially proud of your 
contributions to P. H. S. I am expecting 
much from you in days to come. 

Sincerely, 

William E. Porter 




PRINCIPAL 

MR. WILLIAM E. PORTER 

B. A.: Roanoke College 
M. S.: V. P. I. 



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Mr. Dewey S. Wilson 

Assistant Principal 
B.S.: East Tenn. State Univ. 
M.S.: Radford College 



Mrs. Barbara Crockett 
Secretary to the Principal 


As the doors of Pulaski High School close for another 
school year, I consider it a privilege to have been able 
to serve you as teacher and assistant principal for the 
past eight years. 

To those of you who have another year or more left 
in our school, I would hope that you will strive to make 
every minute of your school life count. 

To the seniors, I hope that your future may be a 
pleasant and happy one and that we may have in some 
small way through our examples, guidance, and instruc- 
tion helped it to be more complete. You have contributed 
much to your school and we are proud of you. 

To the faculty, I want to say thank you for the co- 
operation you have given Mr. Porter and me in the 
operation of our school. 

I hope you can look at this fine year book and say to 
yourself that this school year has been an accomplish- 
ment for each of you. I am sure you realize by now that 
nothing in school or life comes without hard work. 

Best wishes, 

Dewey Wilson 



Mrs. Gearldine Sutherland 

Secretary 


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Miss Elizabeth Blair 

B.A. : Vanderbilt University 
English 



Mrs. Sandra M. Goforth 

B.S. : Radford College 
English 




Mrs. Mary H. Holloway 

B.A. : Westhampton 
English 



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Mrs. Mary Ann Lemons 
B.S. : Longwood 
English 



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Mrs. Donna K. Kolb 

B.A. : Mary Washington 
English 





2)epartm ent 


Mrs. Judith T. Neily 

B.A. : Radford College 
English 




Mrs. Joyce C. Robinson 
B.A. : Radford College 
English 



Miss Katherine D. Repass 

B.A. : Radford College 
English 



Mrs. Katherine Sutherland 

B.S. : Radford College 
English 



Mr. Carl R. Tacy 

B.S. : Davis & Elkins College 
English 


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Mrs. Carol Carithers 

B.A. : University of Illinois 
M.A. : Indiana State University 

Chorus 



Mrs. Edna B. Love 

B.S. : Univ. of Tenn. 
Art 



Miss Susan E. Caldwell 

B.S. : Radford College 
Audio-Visual ; Library 



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department 


Mrs. Clara Hanks 
B.A. : Emory and Henry College 
Spanish 


Mrs. Ruth B. Bird 

B.S. : Radford College 
French 


Mrs. Juanita C. Robertson 

B.S. : Radford College 
Latin 


Soctaf Studies tiepartm ent 



Mr. Carles Billips 

B.S. : Emory and Henry 

College ; M.S. : Univ. of 

Tenn. 

History. Health & P. Ed. 


Mr. Robert Bruce 

A.B. : King College 
World Geography 



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Mrs. Margaret Hines 

A.B. : Duke Univ. 
History; World Geography 


Mrs. Rosalie H. Luck 

B.S. : Radford College 
History 


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


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Mrs. Alzie B. Mode 

B.S. : Radford College 
Government ; History 


Mr. Charles B. Tickle 

B.S. : Pembroke State 
Social Studies 



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Mr. James C. Blair 

B.S. : V. P. I. 
Mathematics 


Mrs. Ruth E. Hotz 

B.S. : Carson Newman College 
Mathematics 


Miss Emma Gallimore 

B.A. : Radford College 
Mathematics 


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Mrs. Edna A. Loftus 

B.S. : Radford College 
Mathematics 


Mrs. Kay J. McPeak 

B.S. : Radford College 
Mathematics 




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Mrs. Mildred R. Whitt 

B.S. : Radford College 
Mathematics 



Mr. James V. Hickam 

B.S. : V. P. I. 
Biology ; Science 


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Mi9s Gloria H. Lyons 

B.S. : Radford College 
Physics ; Science 


Mrs. Majella H. Myers 

B.S. : Radford College 
Chemistry ; Science 


Miss Doris Mylum 

B.A. : Radford College 
Science 


Mr. William C. Puckett 

B.S. : Concord College 
Biology 







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Mrs. Joyce O. Rawls 

B.S. : Madison College 
Science 





Mrs. Shirley M. Wingfield 

B.S. : Stetson Univ. 
Science 



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Mr. Howard J. Duncan 

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

Health & P. Ed. 


Mrs. Frankye R. 
Harkrader 

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




Mrs. Katherine G. Kegley 
B.S. : Radford College 
Health & P. Ed. 


Mr. Harry L. Loftus 

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


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Mrs. Jonne H. Clemmer 

B.S. : Madison College 
Home Economics 




Mr. Lloyd R. Davis 

A.B. : Morehead State 
Mechanical Drawing 


Mr. Joe Lilly 

B.S. : East Tenn. State 
Industrial Arts 





Mrs. Lalah H. Newman 

B.S. : Radford College 
Home Economics 


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Mr. Arby H. Phibbs 

Bridgewater; V.P.I. 
Vocational Education 






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Mrs. Kathryn W. Brockman 

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


Mrs. Dorothy D. Dodson 

B.S. : Radford College 
Commercial 



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Mrs. Jean L. 
Blankenship 

B.S. : Radford College 
M.Ed. : University of 
Virginia 


Mr. Elmer E. Huff 

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

Guidance 


Miss Ruth A. Simpson 

B.S. : Radford College 
Commercial 


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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 


David Corder Treasurer Margaret Blair 

Danny Carson President Sybil Douthat . 


Vice-President 
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The Senior Class of 1966 will soon be closing the door of our high school 
days behind us and locking it with the key of memories. 

The memories of our days at Pulaski High School are something each 
of us will cherish and treasure forever. Proud were we, when we entered 
high school for the first time, even though we were “Punks”. Although 
it was a big change, it did not take us long to adapt and make many 
new friends. 

In some puzzled way we managed to move from the Eighth Grade to 
the seemingly more mature Freshman Class. We were thrilled when it 
was announced that our float had taken first place during Homecoming 
competition. 

As Sophomores, we felt a bigger part of Pulaski High School as we 
began participating in more activities. 

When we became Juniors, the feeling of being upper classmen was 
great. Our Junior year was brightened by the arrival of our long-awaited 
class rings, and climaxed by the Junior-Senior Prom. 

Although all of these are wonderful memories, they can not surpass 
those of our Senior year. The feeling of awe as we marched into our 
first assembly cannot be expressed. The fun we had the night of the 
Boys’ Beauty Contest and the day we decorated the class Christmas tree 
will always remain in our memories. The hard work we put into our 
Homecoming float proved worthwhile when for the second time in our 
high school career we received first place. These, along with the many 
other activities have made our Senior year unforgettable. 

Now, all too soon, our Senior year draws to a close. Baccalaureate and 
Graduation await the Class of ’66. Though we have had faithful guidance 
and teaching from all the faculty of Pulaski High School, we would like 
to especially thank now our Senior Class sponsors: Miss Suzanne David, 
Mrs. Edna Loftus, Miss Mayme McCoy, Mrs. Alzie Mode, Miss Dean 
Repass, Mrs. Joyce Robinson, and Mrs. Bessie Totten. 

We depart from Pulaski High School with fond memories of the past 
and hope for the future. Our hearts will often return to the halls and class- 
rooms where we showed our first signs of maturity. To those who pass 
this way in future years, we leave to you our heritage and a hope that 
your years will be as rewarding as ours have been. 


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Shelva Jean Akers 

Jean 

Lively spirit; 

That special dance. 



Steve Michael Anderson 

Steve 

Fish in a quiet stream; 
The tang of a competitor. 




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Larry Dean Adams 

Larry 

The shining barrel of a rifle; 
Green banks of a river. 


Cheryl Eugenia Allen 

Cheryl 

Born with the gift of laughter; 
Mischievous inclinations. 


Larry Wayne Armbrister 

Larry 

Excitement of a race; 
Hunt for adventure. 

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Dorothy Mae Anderson 

Dorothy 

Enjoyment in an office; 
Excitement in everything. 


Elbert Wayne Adams 

Wayne 

A coat of arms; 
Unspoken idealism. 




Janice Marie Aust 

Janice 

A drummer girl; 
Creativity in a hairstyle. 




Vincent Betts Atkinson 

Vinnie 

Young fellows will be young- 
fellows ; 

Never idle a moment. 


James Edward Aust, Jr. 

Jimmy 

Thrills of a sports car; 
Tones of a trumpet. 




Ronald Duane Aust 

Ronnie 

A specialist at tuning engines; 
Sparks of pleasure. 


Alvin Holdren Bailey, Jr. 

Beetle 

The thrill of a race; 

A carbon copy. 



Mary Jane Austin 

Mary Jane 

A soft voice, a friendly smile; 
That seems to be her style. 



Bonnie Jean Baker 

Bonnie 

Small in statute; 
Big in thoughts. 



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Charles Frederick Bell 

Fred 

A rumbling muffler; 
The onrushing tide. 



Kenneth Sidney Blair 

Kenny 

An unconformed outdoorsman; 
Deep content. 



Elizabeth Lynn Banes 

Lynn 

What wisdom can one find, 

That is greater than kindness? 


Linda Darnell Barrett 

Linda 

Unceasing laughter; 

A beautician at work. 





David Gordon Black 

David 

Industrious inclinations ; 
One of the gang. 


Margaret Louise Blair 

Margaret 

The between class rush; 

Good humor is the health of the 
soul. 



Sharon Cohen Black 

Sharon 

The willingness to give; 
Ambition in sight. 






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Nora Elizabeth Brewster 

Nora 

Quiet, shy and gentle; 

Friendly, wise and on the go. 




Delana Rebecca Boone 

Delana 

A mathematical mind; 
Tides toward the British. 


Sue Moles Boothe 

Sue 

Gentle as a fallen leaf; 

A heart of pure sincerity. 






Linda Irene Brock 

Linda 

Knit one, purl one; 
Graceful action. 



Joyce Ann Burch 

Joyce 

Quiet ambition; 
A wistful tune. 


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Linda Laura Buchanan 

Linda 

Striving for First; 
Attaining new heights. 



Rebecca Rachel Burchett 

Becky 

Sound of a piano note; 
Strawberry blond. 





Robert Daniel Carson, Jr. 

Danny 

Swinging a golf club; 

A calm young man. 



Brenda Joyce Chaffin 

Brenda 

The contents of a good book ; 
Deep-felt ideas. 



Regina Thomas Calloway 

Regina 

The dawn of a bright day; 
New responsibilities. 

Richard Dale Carrico 

Richard 
Ballads of old; 

Long fortunes untold. 



Jewell Anne Catron 

Jewell 
A crowned queen; 

Freshness of a white snowfall. 


Barbara Jo Chaffin 

Barbara 
Soft melodies; 

Ring of a telephone. 

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Senior 


Brenda Kay Cecil 

Brenda 

Ability to welcome others ; 
Smiling thoughts. 





Marvin Dean Clark 

Dean 

The rage of a storm; 

A creator of useful things. 




Janice Lou Chandler 

Janice 

A life filled with music; 

The calm of Winter’s afternoon. 


Pamela Jean Chitwood 

Pam 

A pep rally; 

Her life shall never lack a friend. 




Norma Jean Coleman 

Norma 

If a thing is worth doing, 
It is worth doing well. 


George William Conner 

George 

Performing for others; 
A musical note. 


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Robert Carlyle Compton 
Bobby 

Ready on the spur of a moment; 
Quietness of faith. 



Jacqueline Conner 

Jackie 

Concern for humanity; 
The purity of a dove. 






David Graham Corder 

David 

A master of time; 
Purposeful determination. 



Phyllis Jones Crabtree 

Jean 

Enthusiasm for life; 
A poetic hand. 



Thelma Gail Conner 

Thelma 

Truly she is a ray of sunshine; 
You’ll never find one so kind. 

Charles Douglas Cook 

Doug 

The fun of days gone by; 
Life passes so quickly. 



Fred William Cox, Jr. 

Fred 

The power of an engine; 
A gay life. 


Samuel Thorn Crockett III 
S. T. 

Tomorrow’s success; 

A will of his own. 

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Harriet Joanne Cox 

Harriet 

The innocence of a lamb; 
Time happily spent. 







Doris Jean Dalton 

Doris 

An interested listener; 
A love of a good book. 


Clarence Eugene Davidson 

Eugene 

A clock keeping time; 
Spirit of the outdoorsman. 


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Shelia Jane Crowder 

Shelia 

A swim in a silent lake; 
Deep content. 


Wanda Sue Cruff 

Wanda 

Accomplished pianist; 
A smile to trust. 


Donald Wayne Dalton 

Donnie 

A sports enthusiast; 
Incessant conversation. 


Cynthia Evelyn Daugherty 

Cindy 

Dignity of age; 
Worthwhile projects. 

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Bobby Lee Dalton 

Bobby 

The pattern of all patience; 
Trusting, funloving way. 





Zona Charlene Dean 

Charlene 
Pleasant ways; 

Fun makes her personality. 



Jimmy Wakely Dobbins 

Jimmy 

A will to go forth — 
Stopped by nothing. 



Larry Steve Davidson 

Larry 

The mystery of unspoken words; 
His ways are ways of pleasant- 
ness. 


Brenda Kay Dawson 

Brenda 

An outgoing tide; 
Mirror of goodness. 



Ingrid Yvonne Dean 

Yvonne 

An artist at work; 
Talents unlimited. 


Sybil Gaye Douthat 

Sybil 

The Silent Countenance often 
speaks ; 

A sweet attractive kind of grace. 



Senior 


Roy Arvin Dickerson 
Roy 

Quiet humor; 

A search for truth in all things. 





Ronald Dunford 

Ronald 

In search of a cause; 
Making dreams come true. 



Jean Carolyn Duncan 

Jean 

Scent of a spicy kitchen; 
A silent understanding. 


Roger Lee Duncan 

Roger 

The quietness of a deer; 
A silent strength. 



Michael Wayne East 

Mike 

Faithfulness of a true friend; 
A life of unspoken warmth. 


Connie Edwards 

Connie 

A practical mind; 
Concept of reality. 

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Carl Daniel Edney 

Carl 

Worthy of responsibility; 

A definite way of thinking. 



Gary Dale Edwards 
Gary 

Incessantly jovial nature; 
Working toward a goal. 




Elizabeth Ann Floyd 

Ann 

Dreams of faraway places; 
Visions on horseback. 




Barbara Ann Freeman 

Barbara 

A shelf of books; 
Undefined fun. 



Wanda Lee Ensley 

Wanda 

Soft, soothing voice; 
Complimentary comments. 


Carolyn LaVerne Farlow 

Carolyn 

A deck of canasta cards; 
Tops in “pops”. 




Raymond Carl Fowler 

Raymond 

A sincere love for the outdoors; 
Anything goes. 


Lillian Ernestine Freeman 

Ernestine 

Life built on hope — 
Lived in love. 



Tommy Lloyd Frazier 

Tommy 

Concise thoughts; 
Hidden talents. 




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Robert Preston Garwood 


Bobby 

The Quiet of the Forest; 
The Wonder of Solitude. 



Julius Delbert Fuller 

Julius 

Rhythmic dance beat; 
Taking life easily. 


Connie Faye Garlic 

Connie 

Born a Democrat, live a Democrat; 
And will die a Democrat. 





Sharon Leigh Gemmell 

Sharon 

A kind helper; 
Strong beliefs. 


Sherry Cox Golden 

Sherry 

The glitter of a diamond; 
A future foretold. 


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Karen Stuart Gibson 

Karen 

Deep thoughts attained in a poem; 
Letters to the editor. 




Charles William Gosnell 

Bill 

Summer afternoons; 

A laugh in the classroom. 





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Senior 


Everett Kenneth Grubb 

Kenny 

The carvings of wood; 
A ball game spectator. 


John Thomas Hagee 

John 

The true spirit of kindness; 
Engaging activities. 


Charles Thomas Hager 

Charles 

A life of unspoken warmth; 
The pleasures of living. 


George Randall Haga 

George 

Roaring motors; 
Happy - go - lucky. 


Linda Farmer Hall 

Linda 

A trip abroad; 
Undefined devotion. 

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Kate Mitchell Gravely 

Kate 

A motherly love for others; 
Abounding in happiness. 


Barry Malcolm Grinstead 

Barry 

Gentle to others, to himself severe 
A Lookout for fun. 





Joe Ann Hill 

Joe Ann 

Happiness is a dance; 
Heartfelt companionship. 




Donald Harrell 

Donald 

Active curiosity; 
A true ally. 


Merlyn Kay Henderson 

Kay 

The enchantment of music; 
Never a dull moment. 





Joy Ann Hill 

Joy 

Good books on the shelf; 
A dedicated friend. 


Ted William Hodge 

Ted 

A pledge to Hands, Heart, Head, 
and Health; 

A service to the community. 

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Phyllis Jean Hoback 

Jean 

“Rare compound of quality, noble 
and true, 

With plenty of sense and good 
humor, too.” 



Jesse Evans Hopkins, Jr. 

Jesse 

A willingness to serve; 
Laughter in the nature of me. 






Wilma Cox Hughes 

Wilma 

Quiet reserve; 
Untraveled roads. 



Christie Hurst 

Chris 

Radiant gladness; 
Gestures of friendship. 



Rebecca Anne Hotz 

Becky 

Exuberance of youth; 

A wise, understanding heart. 


Paul Edward Hughes 

Paul 

An architect of the future; 
Competition on the mat. 




Edith Jo Ann Hummel 

Jo Ann 

Sportive, playful; 
Bubbling with glee. 


Jerry Lee Hutchens 

Jerry 

A jest breaks no bones; 
Friends are made, not born. 

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Stella Mae Humphery 

Stella 

Constant conversation; 
Neatly attired. 







Harvey Lee Johnson 

Harvey 

Gentlemanly attire; 

I walk by faith not by sight. 


Fonda Elaine Jones 


Fonda 


James Wayne Hyatt 

Wayne 

Winsome wit; 

A winning personality. 


Charles Vernon Jackson 

Charles 

The quick reflexes of an athlete; 
A desire to conquer! 


Fred William Johnson 

Fred 

Intelligence overflowing; 
A sincere smile. 


The timidness of a fawn; 

The heart of an angel has she. 


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Donnie Ray Jones 

Donnie 

The smile that never comes off; 
Dancing, laughing, full of glee. 

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Julie Estelle Jackson 

Julie 

The changing of a kalidescope; 
A whistled tune. 



David Earl Kegley 

David 

The gaiety of a carnival; 
To the point. 



Sally Marie King 

Sally 

Few words; 

Quiet reasoning. 



Richard David Jones 

Richard 

Designing his future; 

Patience is the key to content. 

Brenda Kaye Kanode 

Brenda 

Yellow flowers; 
Freshness of spring. 



Calvin George Kidd 

Calvin 

Winning friends, 
Fun-filled days. 


Martha Teresa Kirkner 

Tecie 

Continuing faithfulness; 
At peace with the world. 

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Senior 


Jackie Star King 

Jackie 

Always joking and full of fun; 
Always on the go. 



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Sandra Grey Kiser 

Sandra 

High-stepping- performances; 
Thoughts unlimited. 


Dennis David Landis 

David 
Love of debate; 

Living in another world. 



Vivian Irene Lindsey 

Irene 

Delicate grace; 

The beauty of silence. 






Sharon Ruth Long 

Sharon 

Purposeful existence; 

The quietness of a library. 



Betty Pauline Lovell 

Betty 


A quiet interest; 
Fond remembrances. 




Donald Edward Lorton 

Donald 

A good-natured soul; 
Happiness is his guiding star. 




Norma Lee Mabry 

Norma 

A lily on a Bible; 

A seamstress of life. 




Brenda Sue McCraw 

Brenda 

A traveler’s mind; 
Unlimited chatter. 



Sandra Jean Melton 

Sandra 

The spirit of patience; 
A gentle kindness. 





Joan Merita Martin 

Joan 

Energetic willingness; 
Deep felt happiness. 


Bonnie Jean Matherly 

Bonnie 

Faithful and kind; 

Like a spirit — still and bright. 




Patricia Anne McGrady 

Pat 

The mirth of a bubbling brook; 
A sincere devotion. 







Shairon Dawn Moore 

S hair on 

The warmth of her smile; 

Life and light be thine forever. 


Jeannie Patricia Moses 

Jeannie 

Goodness in her heart; 
Laughter in her eyes. 


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Virginia Mitchell 

Virginia 
A view of life; 
Silent stand-by. 


Brenda Kay Musick 

Brenda 

Glorious friendships; 

Strong Christian character. 


Cleve Michael McPeak 
Mike 

Fun is where you find it; 
Ever on the go. 


Eric Winston Miller 

Eric 

An active curiosity; 

A Naturalist’s intellect. 


James Allen Morehead 

James 

Keen observance; 

An explorer’s adventure. 



Sheila Diane Nelson 

Sheila 

In animo informata; 
Meeting the test. 



Delmer Douglas Nuckolls 

Doug 

Quiet dignity; 

Saturday Nite at the Movies. 




Dawn of a new day; 
The thrill of travel. 






James Michael Parks 

Mike 

Dedication to duty; 
Visions of success. 



Ellen Wood Owen 

Su-Su 

The mischievousness of a small 
child ; 

Adding spice to life. 


Robert Wallace Palmer 

Bob 

The brightness of “Good Morning”; 
A smile from the heart. 



Brenda Gertrude Patton 

Brenda 

A silent understanding; 
A quiet voice. 


George Penn 

George 

Never a quiet moment; 
Rhythm and blues. 

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Ronald Wayman Pearce 

Ronnie 

A touchdown in the last quarter; 
The strength of Gibraltar. 



Linda Carol Phillips 

Carol 

Fourth of July fireworks; 
Happiness to come. 






James Michael Porter 

James 

A man’s character is his monu- 
ment; 

Roar of an avalanche. 



Jo Ann Price 
Jo 

Emotions in reality; 
A charming senorita. 




Janice Carolyn Poe 

Janice 

Quietness of a chapel; 

Devotion held true. 

Rena Susan Poole 

Bobbi 

Athletic feats; 

Laughter is the best medicine. 


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enior 


David Lee Price 

David 

Spontaneous laughter; 
A court jester. 


Jerry Wayne Powers 

Jerry 
Carefree ways; 
Worthwhile friendship. 


Wanda Carol Pugh 

Wanda 

The smile is the universal lan- 
guage ; 

Love of a good time. 

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David Webster Quesenberry 

David 

Artistic imagination; 
Work well done. 


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Brenda Gayle Quesenberry 

Brenda 

Journalistic interests; 
Peaches and cream! 


Carolyn Bernice Quesenberry 

Carolyn 

A light-hearted tune; 

A merry smile. 


Donald Leslie Quesenberry 

Donnie 

Creator of good humor; 
An ardent competitor. 


Michael Henry Quesenberry 

Mike 

Keys of ivory; 

Quick to help everyone. 


David Wayne Quesenberry 

David 

Leprechaun’s liveliness; 
True masculinity. 


Gary Stephen Quesenberry 
Gary 

Living each day for itself; 
A true idealist. 



Douglas Myron Ratcliff 

Doug 

A staunch ally; 

Cleats and gridiron. 



Shirley Magdaline Rickey 

Shirley 

Beams of warmth; 

A traveling heart. 



Ali Muhammad Rasheed 

Ali 

A change of scenery; 
Child of the wind. 


Dexter Obel Ratcliff 

Butch 

Surprise package; 

A basketball in his hand. 




Edward Brisbane Rhett 

Ederd 

The charm of a guitar; 

A friendship always true. 


Roger Ridpath 

Roger 

Night and the town; 
Doing the unexpected. 

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Johnny Ray Richards 

Johnny 

The crack of a baseball bat; 
Strength behind the team. 





Oakley Wayne Rorrer 

Wayne 

An easy-going manner; 
Reserved but meaningful. 




Gladys Wanda Ritter 
Wanda 
A hit tune; 

A joy for life. 


Margaret Ann Ritter 

Margaret 

A walk down a shadowy lane; 
The tone of a piano. 




Hubert McNear Rudisill 

Hubert 

The wonder of solitude; 
A gentle tread of feet. 


Patricia Carol Rupe 
Pat 

Combination of good health and 
happiness; 

Paths of peace. 





David Tate Runyon 

David 

Hunting boots; 
Herculean strength. 



James Richard Semones 

James 

The twang of a guitar; 
Good times to remember. 



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Sherman Sterling Shockley 

Sherman 

Outstretched hands to aid ; 
A sincere question. 



Lois Ann Spence 

Lois 

Dancing ripples of chatter; 
Unhurried confidence. 



Marsha Ann Sheets 

Marsha 

Rhythmic taps at a distance; 
Cheerful kindness to all. 

Donna Jean Shockley 

Donna 

Unaffected poise; 

Sugar and spice and all things 
nice. 



Lois Ann Smith 

Lois 

The spirit of patience; 
Worthy of confidence. 


William Shirley Sprinkle, Jr. 

Billy 

Mighty in stature; 
Unconformed ideas. 



Suellen Smith 

Snellen 

Soft merriment; 

Gentleness in all undertakings. 



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William Denny Steger, Jr. 

Bill Denny 
Praying hands; 

A voice of song and laughter. 




Pamela Maxine Stanley 

Pam 

Sounds of music; 

A commotion in any place. 


Hubert Watts Steger III 

Watts 

Dedicated to high ideals; 
Outstanding is his middle name. 




Joseph Robert Stephens 

Joe 

Good character cannot be meas- 
ured by a yardstick; 

Hit that line! 


Dorothy Catherine Tabor 

Dorothy 

Encompassed with activity; 
Patterns of pleasures. 




Susan Christine Stoots 

Susan 

Unopened letters; 
Shy generosity. 



Frances Irene Tavares 

Frances 

Determination and integrity; 
A ready answer. 



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Dennis Eugene Turner 

Thicket 

The swish of an arrow; 
Self-made decisions. 


Frances Ann Townley 
Frances 
A free gaiety; 

The rush of shopping. 


Ellen Kay Turner 

Ellen Kay 

Hopes for the future; 
The untraveled path. 

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Linda Mae Thomas 

Linda 

Quietness of midnight; 

Our friend in her own way. 


Theodore Jackson Taylor 

Jackie 

Inquisitive mind; 

An outgoing manner. 

Cecil Franklin Thompson 

Cecil 

The enchantment of a motorcycle; 
Engineer of the future. 


Donald Wayne Trail 

Donald 

Lure of the wilderness; 
A contentment with life. 






Frank Raymond Vass III 
Buggy 

A Southern gentleman; 
Mystery of what comes next. 



Rodney Alexander Turner 

R. A. T. 

The roar of loud mufflers; 
Life to him has just begun. 


Philip Wayne Umberger 

Wayne 

A car mechanic; 

Yells for the team. 




Betty Jean Waddell 

Betty 

Beheld beauty; 

A Morning Glory. 


Glenn Cabbie Weddle 

Glenn 

Stiff competition; 

A comfortable smile. 

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David Webb Walton 

Dave 

Years filled with fun; 

More depth than meets the eye. 



Edward William Whisman II 

Eddie 

Carefree outlooks; 
Likeable nature. 








Lonnie Steven Whitt, Jr. 

Sonny 

A willingness to try; 
Artful expressions. 



Jo Ann Williams 

Jo Ann 

Driftwood along the shore; 
Enjoyment of life. 



Kellas Marvin White, Jr. 

Bud 

Saddle your dreams; 

And ride them to victory. 


Mary Frances White 

Mary 

Nimble fingers of a typist; 
Help when needed. 







Garnet Porter Williams, Jr. 

Garnet 

Dawn of the hunter; 
Comedian’s comrade. 




Dorothy Dale Wright 

Dorothy 

Easy going quietness; 
A teacher of tomorrow. 




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Claudia Johnson Gusler 

Claudia 

Companionship shared; 
Gentle as a lamb. 



Ronnie Lewis Blankenship 

Ronnie 

Vast expectations; 
Amused at life. 


James Richard Cox 

James 

Slow, sure actions; 
Unfought victories won. 



Michael David Luttrell 

Mike 

The feel of a car; 
Free of worry. 


David Shelburne Woods 

David 

Glittering chrome; 

An early morning hunt. 

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James Forrest Wolfe 

Jimmy 

A sudden flash of enthusiasm ; 
Fun in the making. 



David Lee Wright 

David 
A fox chase; 

A soldier of fortune. 




Frankie Hoback Lytton 

Frankie 

Letters from abroad; 
“Big sister” to others. 




Marcia Suzanne Carroll 

Marcia 

Look on the bright side; 
Tone of a grand piano. 




William Wayne Breedlove 

William 

Experience through service; 
Bountiful determination. 



What should we put for the next 
caption? 



Randolph Smith 

Randy 

Worth makes the man; 
A growing knowledge. 




The Seniors wish to thank Mrs. Buck- 
ner who substituted in the United 
States Government classes. 


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Hats off to the Class of ’66. 




Junior Class Officers: Kelly Schrader, President; Jimmy Kelly, Vice-President; Kathy 
Kegley, Treasurer ; and Mary Pace, Secretary. 




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As we look back over our Junior year, we remember many experiences 
that will forever remain in our memories. 

The highlight of the year was the arrival of our newly designed class 
rings, giving us a real feeling of being upper classmen. Among our most 
precious memories is the Junior-Senior Prom which we sponsored in honor 
of the Seniors. Our class was well represented in the Homecoming Court 
by Kathy Kegley and Jimmy Kelly. We were ably represented in the 
Miss P. H. S. Contest by: Jonda Albert, Jayne Baugh, Sharron Davis, 
Katie Flippin, Shannon Massie, Mary Pace, Helen Pappas, Debbie Sur- 
face, Joyce Warner, and Martha Whitehurst. 

With the memories of our past experience we look forward with great 
anticipation to being Seniors, knowing that many doors to the future are 
yet to be unlocked. 

For the help they have given us this year, we wish to thank our class 
sponsors: Mrs. Kathryn Brockman, Mrs. Jonne Clemmer, Mrs. Billie 
Farmer, Miss Emma Gallimore, Mr. James Hickam, Miss Patricia Ledford, 
Mrs. Lalah Newman, Mr. William Puckett, and Miss Ruth Simpson. 


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Darlene Adams 
Jonda Albert 
S. R. Albert 
Susan Albert 
James Allen 






Vanona Alley 
B. G. Anders 
Danny Anderson 
Doug Andrews 
Brenda Ayers 






Gary Blankenship 
Jerry Blankenship 
Libby Boothe 
Tokey Boyers 


Peggy Branch 
James Branscome 
Joyce Branscome 
Wade Breedlove 
Jackie Brookman 


Judie Brookman 
Patricia Bruce 
Pat Buckner 
Judy Byrd 
John Calfee 






Judy Canter 
Dianne Chaffin 
Buddy Chrisley 
Barbara Clark 
Betty Clark 


Brenda Clark 
Teresa Clark 
Huck Cochran 
Glennis Cole 
Bobby Collins 


Mike Covey 
Bobby Cox 
Carolyn Cox 
Gary Cox 


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Peggy Dickerson 
Carol Duncan 
Pat Duncan 
Paul Dunnigan 
Judy Eads 


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Okey Rex Evans 
Nancy Eversole 
Tommy Eversole 
Larry Fanning 
Jane Farmer 






Michael Gardner 
Ronnie Garlic 
Linda Gilbert 
Larry Gilmore 






Bruce Hayes 
Herman Hearn 
John Hedge 
Michael Hickman 
Duard Hoback 



Wayne Hodges 
Mary Ann Holland 
Donna Holmes 
Sandra Holston 
Helen Horton 






Tommy Horton 
Betty Huckstep 
Tom Hufford 
Martha Hulme 




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Pat Ingles 
Judie Jackson 
Edward Jarrells 
Nancy Johnson 


Diane Jones 
Jo Ann Jones 
Jane Kanode 
Patsy Kanode 
Kathy Kegley 



Jim Kelly 
Connie King 
Jimmy Kirby 
John Kirby 
Sue Leonard 






Kenny Mabe 
Judy Martin 
Woody Martin 
Shannon Massie 




'Junior 




Francis McCloud 
Doris McFall 
Danny McGlothlin 
Wayne McGlothlin 





Chipper McMillan 
Teddy McMillan 
Marvin Moles 
Patricia Moses 
Doris Murphy 


Dickie Nelson 
Teresa Ann Oulds 
Mary Pace 
Helen Pappas 
Connie Parks 



Donna Parks 
Ray Parks 
Richard Parks 
Michael Payton 
Belva Pentecost 








Mark Robinson 
Don Rogers 
Sharon Rogers 
Terry Roseberry 
Alan Rudisill 


Linda Rupe 
Roger Rupe 
David Safewright 
Margaret Sage 
Evelyn Sawyers 




Matthew Sayers 
Kelly Schrader 
Patty Seaman 
Russel Shrewsberry 




umor 




Norma Shull 
Dean Smith 
James Smith 
Cora Snavely 


Doug Spence 
Janice Stephens 
Glenn Stone 
Cynthia Stump 
Jack Surber 



Debbie Surface 
Betty Lou Talbert 
Kenneth Taylor 
Larry Taylor 
Robert Taylor 


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Frederick Thompson 
Curtis Trail 
Jackie Trail 
Randall Turner 
Leslie Turpin 





Linda Umberger 
Margie Vaughan 
Patricia Vaughn 
Donnie Walls 
Rebecca Wampler 



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Martha Whitehurst 
Brenda Wilson 
Donnie Wilson 
Gregory Worley 
Ann Worrell 





In this field — cheerleaders in this field ???????? 



Who said that putting an annual together was all play ? 



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Sophomore Class Officers: Randal Vaughn, President; Dianne Hyatt, Vice-President; 

Dickie McMillan, Treasurer; and Brenda King, Secretary. 

opnomore 

This year the Sophomore Class has become more accustomed to the 
life at P. H. S. We have experienced many enjoyable events which will 
be remembered throughout our lives. 

We shall always remember the fun and excitement we had working 
on our Homecoming float which won Honorable Mention. We were 
represented by Susie Richards and Dickie McMillan in the Homecoming 
Court. 

We were well represented in the Miss P. H. S. Contest by: Susan Cab- 
aniss, Ann White, Susie Richards, Brenda Foley, Linda Foley, Dianne 
Hyatt, Betty Brookfield, and Ann Rutherford. 

On our journey towards seeking new keys of knowledge, we were 
ably led by our class officers, Randal Vaughn, President; Dianne Hyatt, 
Vice-President; Brenda King, Secretary; and Dickie McMillan, Treasurer. 

We want to sincerely thank our class sponsors: Mrs. Mary Holloway, 
Mrs. Ruth Bird, Mrs. Frankye Harkrader, Mr. Robert Bruce, Mr. James 
Blair, Mr. Lloyd Davis, Mr. Joe Lilly, Mrs. Margaret Hines, and Mrs. 
Katherine Kegley. 



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Roger Akers 
Cecil Albano 
Jo Ann Allen 
Dorothy Alley 
Jane Amburn 
Alex Ammar 


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omore 


Sandra Bandy 
Charles Barbettini 
Alonzo Becks 
Joyce Bell 
Linda Bishop 
Carol Blevins 


Danny Boggs 
Esther Bond 
James Harry Boone 
Sue Bopp 
Jerry Bowyer 
Lewis Breedlove 





Blair Broekmeyer 
Betty Brookfield 
Wanda Brookman 
Wayne Brookman 
Steve Buchanan 




Marietta Burchett 
Asa Burchett 
Brenda Burton 
Barbara Butts 
Susan Cabaniss 
Connie Campbell 


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Rosemary Campbell 
Donald Carr 
Jane Carson 
Connie Childress 
Jerry Childress 
Jerry Chinault 



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Billy Coe 
Carol Coker 
Judy Coltrane 
Johnny Columbus 
Tommy Combith 
David Compton 


Barbara Conner 
David Conner 
Patsy Conner 
Basil Cox 
Dennis Cox 
Tereasa Cox 


Thurman Cos- 
Bobby Craig 
Linda Craig 
Bill Crawford 
Bobbie Crockett 


Harry Crockett 
Rita Crouse 
Barbara Crowder 
Bobby Cruff 
Betty Crumbley 
Brenda Dalton 












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David Dalton 
Dennis Dalton 
Kenneth Dalton 
Gaile Davidson 
Roger Davidson 
Sandra Davidson 





Brenda Davis 
Larry Davis 
Suellen DeWhitt 
Brenda Dickerson 
Tommy Douthat 


Sophomore 


Billy Dowell 
Linda Doyle 
Jerry Duncan 
John Dye 
Raymond Edwards 
Patti Elswick 


Yvonne Endicott 
Kenny Farmer 
Linda Folden 
Brenda Foley 
Linda Foley 
Anita Fowler 








Allan Fowler 
George Freeman 
Debbie French 
Wayne Friend 
Charlotte Frost 



Fredrick Fuller 
Tony Fuller 
Kitty Gage 
Claudia Gallimore 
Mike Gallimore 
Jesse Gates 


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Karen Gilmore 
Ronnie Glenn 
Betty Goad 
Sue Retta Goad 
James Graham 
Wayne Gravely 



Janet Gregory 
Virginia Grubb 
Becky Hall 
John Hall 
Mike Hall 






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Patsy Hamilton 
Jerry Hanks 
Janice Hare 
Diane Harris 
Karen Harris 
Ronald Hayter 


Lynda Hedge 
Eddie Hill 
Butch Hite 
Haney Hodges 
Skip Holland 
R. E. Holston 


Alyson Howard 
Hugh Huff 
Larry Huffman 
Sharon Hunt 
Janie Hurd 


Dianne Hyatt 
Bobby Jackson 
Billy Jones 
Myrna Keen 
Brenda King 
Mary Lou Kingrea 




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1 



Billy Knode 
Ronnie Landreth 
James Largen 
Joyce Leonard 
R. J. Lester 
James Lewis 





William Lewis 
Charles Lineberrj 
Linda Lineberry 
Diana Love 
Millie Love 



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'ho more 


Lois Lucado 
Terry Lucas 
Allen Lundy 
Franklin Mabry 
Brenda Martin 
Danny Martin 


Jack Martin 
Sammy McFall 
Jerry McGlothlin 
Joyce McGlothlin 
Linda McGlothlin 
Dickie McMillan 






James Morehead 
Junior Morris 
Marie Moses 
Elmer Mottesheard 
Carolyn Myers 
Linda Myers 


Darrell Nelson 
Mike Newman 
Nancy Nuckols 
Lou Ann O’Dell 
Shirley Oulds 
Dwight Owens 



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Jimmy Pagan 
Melvin Parks 
Wayne Parks 
Sarah Patton 
Henry Payne 





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Alvin Penn 
Joyce Philips 
Sheila Potts 
Glenda Powers 
Terri Powers 
Larry Price 


Mary Pugh 
Linda Quesenberry 
Richard Quesenberry 
Jerry Ratcliffe 
Johnny Ratcliffe 
Susie Richards 


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



Diana Richardson 
James Richardson 
Dickie Rickie 
Faith Rigney 
Larry Rigney 







Ann Rutherford 
Leon Russel 
Jerry Sayers 
Roswell Seagle 
Carol Siglin 
Lester Simmons 


David Simpkins 
Sandra Slate 
Jerry Smith 
Kenny Preston Smith 
Shirley Smith 




omore 


Wanda Snavely 
Linda Southern 
Suzanne Sowers 
Brenda Stephens 
Allan Stoots 
Terry Sutherland 


Douglas Swecker 
Marie Talbert 
Conley Taylor 
Dorothy Taylor 
Mary Taylor 
Stephen Taylor 





Velma Taylor 
Brenda Thompson 
Linda Thompson 
Michael Tilley 
Mel Tolbert 
Larry Turman 


Sandra Turpin 
Carol Underwood 
Chris Vann 
Bobby Vaughan 
Jennifer Vaughan 


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Randal Vaughn 
Steve Via 
Ernie Wallace 
Brenda Waller 
Christine Ward 
Jay Warf 



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Jerry Webb 
Junior Webb 
Linda Weddle 
Carol Weddle 
Ann White 



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Janet Wilson 
Connie Wingo 
James Woodyard 
David Wright 



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Freshman Class Officers: Kathy Hoback, Secretary; Sunni Edens, Vice-President; 
Tommy Kegley, Treasurer ; and Mike Kelly, President. 


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As Freshmen, we entered the doors of P. H. S. ready to face the coming 
year with determination and anxiety. This year we have been given 
more opportunities and privileges which have therefore bestowed upon 
us a feeling of being a greater part of our school. 

Our most deserving Homecoming representatives were Sunni Edens 
and Bill Smith. Our entries in the Miss P. H. S. Contest were: Debbie 
Fortner, Mina Lenett, Betsy Mabry, Barbara Shockley, Janet Vass, Sandra 
Weatherford, and Sunni Edens, who honored our class by being selected 
Maid of Honor. 

We wish to express our deepest appreciation to our most helpful and 
understanding class sponsors: Miss Elizabeth Blair, Mrs. Dorothy Dod- 
son, Mrs. Ruth Hotz, Mrs. Mary Ann Lemons, Mrs. Rosalie Luck, Miss 
Doris Mylum, Mrs. Juanita Robertson, and Mrs. Mildred Whitt. 


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Linda Albert 
Candy Allen 
David Allen 
Sandra Ammar 
Barry Anders 





Dour Aust 
Linda Ayers 
Patty Baily 
Donna Bandy 
Ned Bane 
Gayle Barnette 


Elwood Anderson 
Gary Anderson 
Charles Andrews 
Dana Andrews 
Gary Armbrister 
Rodney Atkinson 





Patsy Baugh 
Connie Bishop 
Frances Bishop 


Jerry Black 
Terry Blankenship 





Freddy Blevins 
Gloria Blevins 


Billy Brackens 
Darleen Branscome 
Joseph Branson 
Betty Bratton 
Linda Bratton 
Joey Buckner 




Linda Ann Bullion 
Brenda Burroughs 
Bob Byrd 
Doris Cameron 
E. B. Carroll 

Constance Marie Castellow 



Willard Chinault 
Bobby Chrisely 
Dolly Church 
Bucky Clark 
Jimmy Clay 
Donna Clevinger 





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Wayne Coake 
Eddie Coble 
Victor Cole 
Edra Collins 
Allen Combiths 
Geneva Conner 


James Conner 
Ronald Cook 
J. E. Covey 
Marvin Covey 
Dennis Wayne Cox 
Larry Ray Cox 







Donald DeHart 
Margaret Draper 


Melody Elkins 
Ronnie Eversole 
Sue Eversole 
Connie Farris 
Larry Farris 
Katie Fleming 



Martha Floyd 
Rosemary Flynn 
Debbie Fortner 
Epps Foster 
Lil Fowler 
Steve Fowler 




David Dye 
Donnie Eads 
Sunni Edens 


Joyce Friend 
Linda Funk 
Linda Gallimore 
E. B. Garter, Jr. 
Carol Gilbert 





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Lucy Glenn 
Irene Goins 
Barbara Gosnell 
Jimmy Gregory 
Lois Ann Gregory 


William Grubb 
Lynn Hagee 
Gwen Hale 
Joy Hall 
Brenda Hancock 
Linda Hancock 




Wesley Hancock 
Donald Harriman 
Linda Hawkins 
Freddy Heldreth 
Freddy Hendricks 
Charles Henley 



Shirley Hoback 
Mona Hodge 





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Rose Holland 
Mary Holston 



Mike Hutchens 
Michael Jarrells 
Mike Jenkins 
Sue Jennings 
Jerry Johnson 
Margaret Johnson 



Louella Kiester 
Allen Kieth 
Mike Kelly 
Judy Kemp 
Janet Kennedy 
Brenda Kimbrough 


Harvey Jones 
Patty Jones 
Walter Jones 
David Jordan 
Cynthia Kegley 
Tom Kegley 





Paul Horton 
Mary Hudson 
Charles Hull 


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Carol King 
Buddy Kilby 
Eddie Kirkner 
Susan Kolbrick 
Kathy Landis 
Bonnie Largen 





Elizabeth Long 
Wilma Long 
Jennifer Lottier 
Gaye Lyons 
Marsha Lytton 
Betsy Mabry 





Larry Mooney 
Brenda Morefield 
Emma Mae Morris 
Stella Nuckolls 
Martha Nuckols 
Linda Nunn 


Patty Ogle 
Annell Owens 
Eugene Owens 
Barbara Patterson 
Jack Phibbs 



Diane Mickey 
Clifford Millirons 
Donnie Millirons 
Harold Mitchell 
Janice Mitchell 
Michael Mitchell 


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Tommy Phillips 
Tommy Phipps 
Ernestine Powell 
Olivia Powell 
Ronnie Pruitt 


Cindy Quesenberry 
Glenna Quesenberry 
Steven Quesenberry 
Patsy Ramsey 
Randall Ratcliff 
Alice Ratcliffe 




Tina Robinson 
Carolyn Rollins 
Tom Rorrer 

Sammy Roseberry 
Linda Rosenbaum 




Jimmy Rudisill 
Larry Runions 


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Barbara Shockley 
Donna Slusher 
Bill Smith 
Diane Smith 
James Smith 
Terry Smith 




Verlin Smith 
Bill Southern 
Mike Spraker 
Judy Stallings 
Sid Steger 
Matt Stevens 





Roger Stites 
Awana Stith 
Phil Sullivan 
Nancy Surface 
Dickie Sutphin 
Earl Sutphin 





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Joey Tabov 
Joyce Tabor 
Jennifer Talbert 
Nancy Talbert 
Brenda Taylor 
Joyce Taylor 





Jerry Thomas 
Danny Thompson 
Gary Thompson 
Jimbo Thompson 
Roby Trotter 
Phill Vanhoy 




Janet Vass 
Michael Viars 
Mary Vlahos 
Mike Vordo 
David Ward 
Alice Warden 


Richard Webb 
Nancy Welsh 











Gail Whorrell 
Betty Wilson 
Danny Wolfe 
Donny Wolfe 
Kandi Wolfe 
Archie Worrell 


Bonnie Worrell 
Jennifer Worrell 
Nancy Worrell 
Lynda Woolwine 







Duane Wright 
Jean Wright 
Donnie Wyatt 
Glenna Wyatt 



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Through the help of the faculty . . . 


the joys of a mid-day break . . . 



the Freshmen have become a bigger part of P. H. S. 


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Eighth Grade Class Officers, Left to Right: Rita Quesenberry, Secretary ; Bill 
McMillan, Treasurer; Wally Brockmeyer, Vice-President; and Farron Warner, Presi- 
dent. 


(L)iqnth ^Jrac/e 


September 1, 1965, the future class of 1970 entered Pulaski High School. 
We found ourselves swept into a new way of life and we were enjoying 
every minute of it. 

Our class entered a float in the Homecoming Parade and we were well 
represented in the Homecoming Court by Farron Warner and Jimmy 
Webb. Our participants in the Miss P. H. S. Contest were Tena Edwards, 
Rita Quesenberry, Karen Seagle, and Claudia Yelton. 

During our Eighth Grade year, with the assistance of our teachers, we 
have obtained the keys which have led us to many doors of new knowledge 
and opportunities. It is with this in mind that we wish to thank our class 
sponsors: Mrs. Dula, Mrs. Goforth, Mrs. Kolb, Miss Lyons, Mrs. Myers, 
Mrs. Neily, Mrs. McPeak, Mrs. Rawls, Mrs. Sutherland, and Mrs. Wingfield. 


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Arnold Abell 
Charlotte Adams 
Benny Adkins 

Charlie Akers 
Charles Allen 
Diane Allen 
Harry Alley 




Jr 





Jackie Alley 
Aaron Anderson 
Donald Anderson 

John Anderson 
Mike Andrews 
Larry Atkins 
Robert Atkins 






Roy Aust 
Toni Aust 

Angie Ayers 
Junior Ayers 
Linda Baldwin 
Susan Bane 
Louise Barbettini 


Gary Barrett 
Rosalie Bassett 

Rosanne Bassett 
Eleanor Beamer 
Sherry Beverly 
Randall Bevins 
Roy Blevins 






Richard Cauthen 
Houston Caviness 
Linda Caviness 
Yvonne Chinault 

Bryan Chitwood 
Karen Clark 
Denver Cline 




Allen Coalson 
Chucky Coe 
Danny Coltrane 
Mark Coltrane 
Brent Cooper 

Lester Corvin 
Patricia Corvin 





James Costellow 
John Covey 
Bill Cox 
Carson Cox 
Patricia Craig 

Earl Crawford 



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Debra Cress 
Lahue Cress 
Anthony Crisp 
Stephen Crisp 

Mildred Crowder 
Vicky Crowder 
Carolyn Dalton 



Judy Dalton 
Carnell Damron 
Bill Daugherty 
Carol Davidson 

Allen Davis 
James Davis 
Linda Davis 




Curtis Dean 
Amy Dent 
Faye Dickerson 
Donnie Dobbins 
Donna Doss 

Judy Draper 
Clinton Duncan 


Connie Duncan 
James Duncan 
Linda Duncan 
Ralph Duncan 
Sandra Duncan 

Thomas Duncan 
Jean Dunnigan 






Darrell Eads 
Milton Eddy 
John Edmonds 

Ann Edwards 
Pam Edwards 
Tena Edwards 
David Fagg 



Diane Fanning 
Gary Farmer 
Nancy Fleming 

Paula Foster 
Ronnie Frazier 
Carlyle Freeman 
Janet Friend 



Linda Frost 
Nicky Glenn 

Freddie Goad 
Roger Goad 
Sara Goodson 
Amy Graham 
David Earl Graveley 




David Ray Gravely 

Roger Gravely 
Wanda Gravely 
Steve Gregory 
Barbara Grubb 
Danny Grubb 





James Guynn 
Joan Guynn 
Janice Hagee 

Jo Ellen Hailey 
Ann Hall 
Betty Hall 
Debbie Hall 




Ellen Hall 
Paul Hamblin 
Ellen Hancock 

Karen Hancock 
James Handy 
Linda Handy 
Gary Hanks 




Kenny Hanson 
Jo Ann Hardy 

Reba Hare 
Jimmy Harrison 
Maetta Hendrick 
Bonnie Henley 
Brenda Hill 


Buddy Hill 
Becky Hinson 

Gary Hinson 
Kenny Hodges 
Oscar Hogans 
Danny Hopkins 
James Horton 





Linda Horton 
Richard Horton 
Dennis Howard 
Dorothy Hubbard 

Tommy Hubble 
David Hudson 
Gene Huff 


Jane Hufford 
Nancy Hughes 
Janet Hummel 
Sandy Ingles 

Gary Jarrells 
Jimmy Johnson 
Judy Johnson 





Leonard Johnson 
Sandra Johnson 
Paul Johnston 
T. P. Johnston, Jr. 
Alice Jones 

Dana Jones 
Karen Jones 




Pam Jones 
Wanda Kanode 
Andrea Keatley 
Steven Kegley 
Sandy Keith 

Ralph Kelly 



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Archie Kemp 
Ronnie Kemp 
Donald Kidd 
Harry Kirn 

Janet Knisely 
Richard Knotter 
Freddie Lane 


Gail Lane 
Janet Leeson 
Rose Leonard 
Anne Lester 

Cathy Lewey 
David Lineberry 
Ronnie Linkous 




Jack Livesay 
Dennis Love 
Sandra Lovern 
Sylvia Lucado 
Robert Luttrell 

Ruthie Mabe 
Dennis Mabry 


Mike Marshall 
George Martin 
Carolyn Mathews 
Sandra McGrady 
Jamie McGuire 

James McMickle 
Bill McMillan 












Terry McPeak 
G. W. Meredith 
James Miller 

Shirley Miller 
Steve Miller 
Gary Mi 11 irons 
Gene Moles 


Juley Moles 
Donna Montgomery 
Larry Morefield 

Jenny Morehead 
Doug Morgan 
Patti Morris 
Butch Moses 



Patricia Moyer 
Donna Murray 

Brenda Myers 
Dreama Neese 
Kathy Newman 
Robert Newman 
Brenda Nixon 





Alvin Novell 

Roger Nunn 
Sherry Nunn 
Rose Mary O'Dell 
Linda Palmer 
Suellen Palmer 






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Suzette Palmer 
Kathy Parks 
Kenneth Parks 

Billy Patterson 
Douglas Patterson 
Robert Peoples 
Mickey Petty 




Mike Petty 
Eddie Phillips 
Linda Phillips 

Jerry Porterfield 
Freddy Powers 
Rebecca Powers 
Louie Price 





Shirley Queen 

Mary Ann Quesenberry 

Rita Kay Quesenberry 
Carol Ann Ratcliff 
Frankie Ratcliff 
Delores Reaves 
Denise Redd 






David Reese 
Donald Reister 

Brenda Reynolds 
Monnie Rhett 
Gilmer Riggins 
Joseph Rigney 
Ronnie Robinson 





Lawrence Robinson 
Carl Rogers 
Donald Roop 
Jan Roseberry 

Johnny Rupe 
Ralph Rupe 
Richard Rupe 




James Russell 
Steven Safewright 
Lee Satterfield 
Carolyn Sayers 

Gary Saunders 
Elbert Sawyers 
Rocky Schrader 




Karen Seagle 
Allen Semones 
John Shelton 
Jerry Shepherd 
Gary Shutt 

Jackie Simmons 
Mike Six 





Gayle Slate 
Susan Slusher 
Barry Smith 
Eddie Smith 
Lawrence Smith 

Linda Smith 



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Shermie Smith 
Tony Smith 
Roger Spence 
Emily Steger 

Landis Stoots 
Pamela Stoots 
Roberta Stoota 


Pat Surratt 
Jimmie Sutphin 
Sue Swecker 
Garland Tabor 

James Tabor 
Charles Taylor 
Danny Taylor 





Junior Thompson 
Mike Tickle 
Richard Tickle 
Nancy Tilson 
Sharen Tolbert 

Paul Townley 
Markie Trivett 







Rachel Trompeter 
Betty Turman 
Jean Turman 

Melissa Turner 
Alvin Umberger 
Hope Vaughan 
James Waddle 




Sara Wampler 
James Ward 
Farron Warner 

Jimmy Webb 
Joe Webb 
Robert Webb 
Cathy Weldon 




Cindy Welsh 
Dallas White 

Eddie White 
Doug Whitt 
Brenda Williams 
Danny Willi-.ms 
Larry Wi'iiams 




Gary Wilson 

Barry Wolfe 
Joyce Wyatt 
Claudia Yelton 







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All State Band: Delane Boone, 

Sandy Ingles, Teresa Cox, Sandra 
Kiser, Sharron Davis, Pat Quesen- 
berry, Jerry Novell, David Ward, 
Bobby Vaughan, Terry Blankenship, 
Bob Palmer, and Mike Parks. 


1. C. T. District Contest: Fred Cox, Second 
Current Events; Matt Sayers, First Tal- 
ent; and Janice Stephens, First Spelling. 
D. E. District Contest: Donald Trail, First 
Advertising; and Bobby Compton, Second 
Salesmanship. 



First Place Forensic Winners: Linda 
Buchanan, Ann Rutherford, Sheila 
Nelson, Susan Albert, S. T. Crockett, 
Harvey Johnson, and Steve Kirk- 
ner. 



Pam Chitwood 
DAR Award 




David Walton receives plaque Jewell Catron 

for Key Club’s seven-week Virginia's Jr. Miss 

tenure on Klassroom Kwiz. 




Frances Tavares 
Betty Crocker Award 



1 Speak for Democracy Contest: 
Connie Garlic, First; S. T. Croc- 
kett and Wayne Hodges, Second; 
and Joyce Dalton, Third. 




All State Chorus: Frances 

Tavares, Pat Buckner, Wanda 
Cruff, Pat Vaughn, Ted 
Hodge, Harvey Johnson, and 
Jesse Hopkins. 


Girls’ State: 
Katie Flippin 
Kathy Kegley 
Boys’ State 
Richard Parks 
Jimmy Kelly 
Larry Gilmore 


Scholarship 
Recipients : 
(As of March 30, 
1966) 

Sheila Nelson 
Wanda Pugh 
Karen Gibson 
Bill Steger 
Harvey Johnson 
S. T. Crockett 



Seniors on Klassroom Kwiz panel: 
Watts Steger, Sheila Nelson, and 
S. T. Crockett. 



First place Science 
Fair winners: 
Shermie Smith 
Cecil Thompson 
Okey Evans 
Katie Flippin 
Lou Ann O’Dell 
Patty Ogle 
Donna Clevinger 




MGA Delegates : 
Sandra Melton 
Teresa Clark 
Marcheta Mustard 
Donna Parks 
Frank Vass 
Herman Hearn 
Wayne Hodges 
Watts Steger 
Jerry Hutchens 









Linda Buchanan Connie King Herman Hearn 

President Vice-President Reporter 

Karen Gilmore 
Secretary 

Barbara Shockley 
Treasurer 

\ 

Miss Emma 
Gallimore 
Adviser 

Student 

Council 




First Row, Standing Left to Right: E. B. Carroll, 
Don Wyatt, Clinton Semones, Jerry Johnson, Nancy 
Surface, Ned Bane, Mina Lenett, Stella Nuckolls, 
Epps Foster, Andrea Keatley, Paula Foster, Pat 
Surratt, Becky Hinson, and Amy Graham. First Row, 
Seated Left to Right: Brenda King, Sue Bopp, Jane 
Kanode, and Linda Rupe. Second Row, Standing Left 
to Right: Jimmy Webb, Wally Brockmeyer, Lee 
Satterfield, G. W. Meredith, and Randall Bevins. 


Second Row, Seated Left to Right: Susie Richards, 
Ann Rutherford, Susan Cabaniss, Jane Farmer, Joyce 
Dalton, and Margie Vaughn. Third Row, Seated Left 
to Right: Jerry Smith, Hugh Huff, Richard Parks, 
Larry Gilmore, and Warren Phillips. Third Row, 
Standing Left to Right: Mary Jane Austin, Sybil 
Douthat, Frank Vass, Billy Sprinkle, Jean Hoback, 
Norma Mabry, and Pam Chitwood. 


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First Row. Left to Right: S. T. Crockett, Kelly 
Schrader, David Walton, Joe Stephens, John Kirby, 
Mike Kelly, Tommy Kegley, and Randal Vaughn. 
Second Row, Left to Right: Dorothy Wright, Jayne 
Baugh, John Columbus, Bobby Compton, Rodney 


Turner, Wanda Cruff, Pat Vaughn, Bobbie Poole, 
Sandra Melton, Kathy Hoback, Margaret Blair, 
Karen Gibson, Sandra Kiser, Jo Ann Price, Linda 
Weddle, Butch Ratcliff, Danny Carson, and Jerry 
Hutchens. 


Jlctioiiies Gouncif 


Every student enrolled in Pulaski High 
School is a member of the Student Coopera- 
tive Association and is issued a membership 
card at the opening of each school year. The 
SCA seeks to improve the citizenship and 
welfare of the entire school as well as that 
of the individual student. 

The Pulaski High School SCA is a member 
of the district, state, and national organiza- 
tions. It participates actively in district and 
state functions. Throughout Virginia this 
year, the SCA’s strive to “Be First” — that 
is, Fulfill potential, /mprove communications, 
Fetain interest, Stress honor, and Teach 
leadership. 

To accomplish the local objectives, the SCA 
in Pulaski High School sponsors numerous 
activities and projects which include: guide- 


books, daily devotions, dances, assemblies, 
talent show, elections, homecoming, publicity, 
and self-improvement. 

The student body is represented on the 
student council by the elected president of 
all homerooms. This council is the executive 
and legislative body of the Student Coopera- 
tive Association. An activities council is com- 
posed of the top officer in all other school 
organizations and this group meets to discuss 
mutual concerns. 

Leading all SCA endeavors for the 1965-66 
session are the five officers and the adviser: 
Linda Buchanan, President; Connie King, 
Vice-President; Herman Hearn, Reporter; 
Karen Gilmore, Secretary; Barbara Shockley, 
Treasurer; and Miss Emma Gallimore, Ad- 
viser. 


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Margaret 

Frances 

Linda 

Fred 

Sybil 

Mrs. Juanita 

Blair, 

Tavares, 

Brock, 

Johnson, 

Douthat, 

Robertson, 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Chaplain 

Sponsor 






S. T. Crockett 
Norma Coleman 


Cindy Daugherty 
Jean Hoback 


Wayne Hyatt 


Becky Hotz 


Harvey Johnson 


SCationaf 

SHonor 

Society 


Sandra Melton 


Sandra Kiser 






Sheila Su-Su Wanda Billy Watts 

Nelson Owen Pugh Sprinkle Steger 


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^Caiiona/ ^Junior 



First Row, Left to Right: Susan Cabaniss, Betty 
Crumbley, Alyson Howard, Ann White, Karen Gil- 
more, Delores Clark, Secretary ; Linda Weddle, Carol 
Siglin, Ann Rutherford, Janice Hare, Esther Bond, 
Janie Hurd, Connie Campbell. Second Row: Diana 


Love, Vice-President; Mary Pugh, Melvin Parks, 
Tommy Douthat, Treasurer ; Bill Crawford, Basil 
Cox, President; Cecil Albano, Alex Arnmar, Jerry 
Webb, Chaplain; Dennis Rooker, Randal Vaughn, R. 
E. Holston, Jo Ann Allen, Connie Wingo. 


The purpose of the National Junior Honor Society is to 
improve scholarship and to place the regular and faithful 
performance of academic work in its proper place in the 
estimation of the student body. The members are made-up 
of the top ten percent of the tenth grade. Scholarship, lead- 
ership, character, and service are the fundamental virtues 
which are encouraged. 



Mrs. Ruth Bird 
Sponsor 


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Karen Gibson 
Editor 


Connie Garlic 
Features Editor 


Mary Pace 
Assistant Editor 


Pat Buckner 
Assistant Business 
Manager 




Judie Jackson 
Art Editor 


Brenda Kanode 
Girls’ Sports Editor 


Richard Parks 
Boys’ Sports Editor 



Jesse Hopkins 
Business Manager 


Harriet Cox 
Typist 






Brenda Quesenberry 
Reporter 


Joey Buckner 
Reporter 



Joan Martin 
Reporter 


Joyce Warner 
Reporter 


Doug Grantham 
Reporter 


Gary Thompson 
Reporter 



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Right: Terry Roseberry, Brenda McCraw, Vanona 
Alley, Kenneth Taylor, Curtis Trail, Sandra Kiser, 
Nancy Ring, Linda Barrett, and Eric Miller. 


First Row, Left to Right : Ernestine Freeman, Karen 
Gibson, Wanda Pugh, Libby Boothe, Jean Akers, 
Cora Snavely, Joyce Dalton, Carol Lottier, Brenda 
Kanode, and Debbie Farris. Second Row, Left to 



Speech Anri Oramalics 



First Row, Left to Right: Kathy Bogardus, Nancy 
Everhart, Kathy Kegley, Patti Luttrell, Martha 
Whitehurst, Pam Chitwood, Christie Hurst, Jackie 
Conner, and Mrs. Goforth, Sponsor. Second Row, 


Left to Right: Mary Jane Austin, Brenda Cecil, 
Cindy Daugherty, Nora Brewster, Judy Canter, 
Margaret Ritter, Thelma Conner, Dickie Nelson, 
David Quesenberry, and Julius Fuller. 


1 1 1 







First Row, Seated: Teresa Kirkner. Second Row, 
Seated Left to Right: Jo Ann Williams, Jane 
Kanode, and Patsy Kanode. Third Row, Seated Left 
to Right: Mark Robinson, George Haga, and Julie 
Jackson. First Row, Standing Left to Right: Betty 
Lou Tolbert, Danny Martin, Betty Crumbley, Brenda 


King, Susan Cabaniss, Thelma Conner, Marcheta 
Mustard, Danny Anderson, Phillip Vanhoy, Judy 
Stallings, Brenda McCraw, Sharon Gemmell, Harvey 
Jones, Rocky Ratcliff, Joe Stephens, and Mrs. Love, 
Sponsor. Second Row, Left to Right: Jerry Hanks, 
and Sonny Whitt. 


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Myriad colors, unmolded clay, and artistic 
“masterpieces” make evident the presence of 
original people. Thus, our Art Club is com- 
posed of students who possess many abilities 
in the various fields of art. Each member has 
the common desire to further his skills and 
appreciation for the art found in every day 
life. Possibilities for the development of new 
talents are welcomed! 

The Art Club, taking part in the Home- 
coming Parade, entered a car designed as a 


huge top hat. Also, at the annual meeting 
with the Dublin High School Art Club, they 
had the privilege to see slides on the work of 
Mrs. Joni Punkowski, a very talented individ- 
ual who explained her work to the group. 

The club and all its projects would not have 
been possible without the guidance and coop- 
eration of its sponsor, Mrs. Love. 

Thank you Art Club for the “color” you 
have added to our school! 




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Left to Right: Den- 
nis Love, Frances 
Tavares, S u e 1 1 e n 
Smith. 




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Seated, Left to Right: Dorothy Wright, Chaplain; 
Diana Love, Treasurer ; Basil Cox, Secretary ; Gerald 
Aust, Vice-President; Yvonne Dean, President; Blair 
Brockmeyer, Reporter; Donnie Jones, and Elmer 
Shephard. First Row, Standing Left to Right: Tom- 
my Douthat, Linda Foley, Barbara Butts, Ann Ruth- 


erford, Carol Siglin, Sharon Davis, Jo Ann Price, 
Diana Richardson, and Brenda Cecil. Second Row, 
Standing Left to Right: Randal Vaughn, Mrs. Love, 
Sponsor; Danny Phillips, S. T. Crockett, David Que- 
senberry, and Eugene Davidson. 


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First Row, Left to Right: Sue Quesenberry, Treas- 
urer; Patti Luttrell, Vice-President; Brenda Kanode, 
Reporter; Connie Garlic, Reporter; and Sharon Hall, 
Secretary. Second Row, Left to Right: Doris 

Murphy, Joyce Branscome, Frankie Lytton, Jean 
Crabtree, Teresa Kirkner, Linda Brock, Brenda 
Cecil, Brenda McCraw, Nora Brewster, Mary Jane 


Austin, Brenda Quesenberry, and Mrs. Clemmer, 
Sponsor. Third Row, Left to Right: Jeannie Duncan, 
Jackie Brookman, Doris Dalton, Kate Gravely, 
Thelma Conner, Jackie King, Mary Price, Cora 
Snavely, Darlene Adams, Linda Barrett, Cheryl 
Allen, Brenda Patton, Susan Rhudy, and Frankie 
Baker. 


future flomejnafers of fflmertca 


The steady buzz of a sewing machine, the 
delicious aroma of freshly-baked cookies, and 
an earnest discussion on the “Success of a 
Happy Family” are all familiar to any “Fu- 
ture Homemaker of America.” The members 
are usually busy learning to be successful as 
a homemaker, or realizing the joy that comes 
from helping others. They are led through 
their many activities under the very able 
leadership of their officers and sponsors, 
Mrs. Newman and Mrs. Clemmer. 

The highlight of the year for all F.H.A. 
members is the annual open house for their 


mothers. Other activities include an assembly 
program, acting as hostess for the National 
Honor Society Banquet, dressing dolls for the 
Salvation Army, and preparing boxes for 
needy families at Christmas. 

Putting all their creative abilities to work, 
the F.H.A. presented a first place winning 
car in the Homecoming Parade. We wish to 
commemorate the F.H.A. for the fine work 
it has done toward giving its members the 
initiative and ability to work with others in 
further preparation as successful home- 
makers. 


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Left to Right: Linda Thomas, President; Joyce Friend, and Kathy 
Landis. 



Gloria Blevins, Carolyn Rollins, Rita Crouse, Geneva 
Conner, Pam Stoots, Lynn Hagee, Gwendolyn Hale, 
Joyce Anderson, Christine Brewster, Barbara Smith, 
Jane Hufford, Louise Barbettini, Karen Clark, Betty 
Clark, and Ann Hall. Second Row, Standing — Left 
to Right: Mary Vlahos, Sandra Ammar, Dana 

Andrews, Dreama Neese, Sheila Potts, Carol Coker, 
Linda Bullion, Jan Roseberry, Cathy Lewey, Marie 
Moses, Hope Vaughn, Miss Ann Smith — Student 
Teacher, Mrs. Newman — Sponsor. 


First Row, Left to Right; seated: Connie Campbell, 
Sherry Back, Jean Wright, and Patsy Baugh. Second 
Row, Left to Right: Irene Goins, Anne Lester, 
Rosalie Bassett, Pat Craig, Brenda Williams, Debra 
Cress, Sharon Talbert, Becky Hall, Susan Bane, 
Jennifer Vaughan, Ellen Hall, Judy Dalton, Linda 
McGlothin, Jo Ann Alley, Faith Rigney, Donna 
Murray, and Joy Bowles. First Row, Standing — Left 
to Right: Rosanne Bassett, Patti Morris, Kathy 
Newman, Brenda Burroughs, Darlene Branscome, 






First Row, Left to Right: Wayne McGlothlin, Randy 
Covey, Bobby Dalton, Bobby Compton, President; 
Tommy Phibbs, Treasurer ; Wayne Umberger, Par- 
liamentarian; Sylvia Cox, Vice-President; Bonnie 
Baker, Secretary ; Sheila Crowder, and Mr. Dobbins, 
Sponsor. Second Row, Left to Right: Doug Cook, 
John East, Sammy Albert, Barbara Freeman, Nancy 
Everhart, Irene Lindsey, Stella Humphery, Carolyn 


2 ). &. 


The Distributive Education Club of Pulaski 
High School is the local chapter of the Dis- 
tributive Education Clubs of America 
(DECA). As a curricular club of the Dis- 
tributive Education program, it is open to all 
D.E. students. Its aims are to increase the 


Queen, and Belva Pentecost. Third Row, Left to 
Right: Buddy Chrisley, Kate Gravely, Doris Dalton, 
Janice Aust, Susan Stoots, Kathy Bogardus, Ann 
Worrell, and Mary White. Fourth Row, Left to 
Right: Roger Duncan, Donald Trail, Eddie Whis- 
man, Larry Fanning, Monroe Breedlove, Isaac 
Lyons, Roy Dickerson, Mike Lester, and Roger 
Puckett. 


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members’ economic literacy and vocational 
proficiency, and to develop leadership and 
social intelligence. Besides enjoying the local 
activities, club members are eligible to par- 
ticipate in district, state, and national DECA 
events. 


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The I.C.T. Club is the curricular 
club of the Pulaski High Industrial 
Cooperative Training program. It is 
affiliated with the I.C.T. Clubs of 
Virginia and the newly organized 
Industrial Education Clubs of Amer- 
ica. Members compete with other 
clubs in contests related to the var- 
ious trades and industries, in addi- 
tion to contests in spelling, public 
speaking, writing, and other academ- 
ic skills. 


Left to Right: Ronald Dunford, James Morehead, Sherman 
Shockley, Doug McFall, Randall Turner, James Allen, and 
Ronnie Garlic 


9.C.J. Gfut> 



First Row, Left to Right: Jerry Blankenship, Calvin 
Kidd, Rodney Turner, President; David Black, Janice 
Stephens, Treasurer ; David Wright, Secretary; Fred 
Cox, Vice-President; Elmer Sheppard, and Matt 
Sayers. Second Row, Left to Right: Paul Dunnigan, 
David Quesenberry, Kellas White, Dean Clark, Mike 


Gardner, Charles Hamilton, Dennis Quesenberry, 
and Marvin Moles. Third Row, Left to Right: Jimmy 
Dobbins, Gary Blankenship, Donald Wilson, Roy 
Semones, Randall Potts, Everett Grubb, Mike East, 
and Tommy Burton. Fourth Row: Mr. Dobbins, Spon- 
sor. Not Pictured: Roger Ridpath. 


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First Row, Left to Right: David Whitaker, Billy 
Brackens, Larry Phibbs, Thomas Phipps, David 
Allen, Don Harriman, Roger Stites and Mr. Phibbs, 
Instructor. Second Row, Left to Right: John Hughes, 


Travis Stuart, Gary Barrett, Edward Carter, John 
Rollins, Elwood Anderson, James Sonner, Freddie 
Heldreth, Robert Anderson, Charles Taylor, James 
Smith and Lee Thompson. 



TJocaiionaf <5/iop 


First Row, Left to Right: Charles Lawson, David 
Dalton, Junior Morris, David Quesenberry, Larry 
Rigney, Donald Harrell and Mr. Phibbs, Instructor. 
Second Row, Left to Right: Dickey Rickey, Teddy 


McMillan, Dwight Owens, Donald Carr, Wayne 
Friend, Larry Morgan, Skip Holland, Eddie Hill 
and Billy Joe Long. 

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Vocational Office Training is that part of 
Business Education that is part-time in na- 
ture. This program represents the coordina- 
tion of classroom study and on-the-job train- 
ing, each complementing the other. In this 
program the students have their schedules 
arranged so that they attend classes half of 


the school day and are employed in an office 
capacity during the remaining part of the day. 
The office instruction is to be considered as 
an extension of the instruction which they 
receive in the classroom. This program pro- 
vides training for office careers through the 
cooperative education approach. 



First Row, Front to Back: Norma Coleman, Jeannie 
Moses, Pat Rupe, Lynn Banes, and Jackie King. Sec- 
ond Row, Front to Back: Charlene Dean, Carolyn 
Farlow, and Linda Nelson. Third Row, Front to 


Back: Inez Nuckolls, Betty Waddell Stuart, and 
Linda Thomas. Standing, Left to Right: Miss Jennifer 
Zabawa, Student Teacher, Mrs. Farmer, V.O.T. Co- 
ordinator, Linda Brock, and Dorothy Anderson. 


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First Row, Left to Right: Raymond Whited, Charles 
Hagar, Bill Hagar, Doug Aust, Ernie Wallace, Danny 
Grubb, Wally Brockmeyer, Steve Kirkner, Dick Sut- 
phin, Sharon Hunt, Sandra Davidson, Margaret 
Blair, Tony Aust, Emily Steger, Wayne Coake, Ran- 
dall Bevins, Dennis Howard, Alvin Penn, Danny Tay- 
lor, Steve Miller, Von Moody. Second Row: Mike 
Parks, Jimmy Aust, Donald Roop, Paul Johnston, T. 
P. Johnston, Nancy Fleming, Tina Edwards, Suzette 
Palmer, Cindy Welsh, Janet Hummel, David Ward, 
Jerry Novell, Terry Blankenship, David Simpkins, 
Gary Hinson, Arnold Abell, Joe Brown, Bill Daugher- 
ty, Mike Tickle, G. W. Meredith, Roby Trotter, Steve 
Quesenberry, Bob Palmer. Third Row: Mr. Propst, 


Director, Diane Fanning, Eleanor Beamer, Linda 
Palmer, Leon Russell, Mike Vordo, Patty Ogle, Delana 
Boone, Theresa Cox, Hannah Rieves, Amy Graham. 
Fourth Row: Bill Smith, Pat Quesenberry, Diane 
Chaffin, Jonda Albert, Jimmy Sutphin, Bobby Chris- 
ley, Bobby Vaughan, Sandy Ingles, Gail Worrell. 
Fifth Row: Philip Vanhoy, Walter White, Jerry 
Smith, Pat Ingles, Diana Love, Carl McNew, Susan 
Kolbrick, Libby Sage. Sixth Row: Alvin Novell, Ed 
Meadows, Libby Boothe, Claudia Yelton, Dennis Love, 
Fonda Jones, Fred Thompson. Standing, Left: Char- 
les Hull, Buddy Kirby, Henry Payne, Tony Smith. 
Right: Timmy Gress, Sammy Roseberry, Bill Craw- 
ford. Not Pictured: Earl Sutphin. 


Oriole OBancf 


This year through much hard work by the 
band students, under the direction of our new 
Director, Mr. William Propst, the Band 
Boosters, the many donut sales and the gener- 
ous contributions of the citizens of Pulaski 
and surrounding areas, the Oriole Band was 


able to purchase new uniforms. 

During the year the Band participates in 
all football games, pep rallies, Band festivals, 
All State Band, parades, concerts and various 
other school and community activities. 




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In Their Concert Uniforms, Seated: Delana Boone, Treasurer, 
Pat Quesenberry, Secretary, Diana Love, Reporter. Standing: 
Jerry Novell, President, Mr. Propst, Director, Mike Parks, 
Vice President. 



Left to Right: Betty Brook- 
field, Head Majorette, Shar- 
on Davis, Co-Head Majorette, 
Sandra Kiser, Drum Major, 
Margaret Sage, Patty Jones. 





Seated: Jesse Hopkins. First Row, Left to Right: 
Mrs. Carithers, Director; Becky Burchett, Drema 
Hagee, Marva Clark, Connie Parks, Janet Gregory, 
Reporter; Curtis Lewis, James Lewis, George Penn, 
Samuel Crisp, Ted Hodge, Vice-President; Linda 


Quesenberry, Pat Vaughn, and Frances Tavares. 
Second Row, Left to Right: Brenda Musick, Barbara 
Chaffin, Brenda Chaffin, Carol Lottier, Jane Am- 
burn, George Conner, Larry Rogers, Harvey Johnson. 


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emor 


GAt 


orus 


“Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do” chimes the chorus, backgrounded 
with soft piano accompaniment by their pianist, Jesse Hopkins. 
The choral instructor, Mrs. Carol Carithers, directs the group with 
an emaculate rhythm and unites each in harmony. Each year the 
chorus’ talents are exercised and the accomplishments revealed 
through their many presentations for May Day, school assemblies, 
Baccalaureate Sermon, and Graduation Exercises. The highlight 
of the year was sending the “cream of the crop” to Regional Cho- 
rus at Chatham, Virginia. Being of two separate groups, the Senior 
Chorus look upon the younger Junior Chorus as their worthy pre- 
decessors, work diligently together in many activities such as dec- 
orating a car for Homecoming. This year the student body and 
chorus members wish to most cordially welcome Mrs. Carithers to 
Pulaski High School’s Choral Department, thanking her for bring- 
ing us so many enjoyable experiences through music. 





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Secretary; Alazo Becks, Delores Becks, Jo Ann Hill, 
Norma Mabry, and Wanda Cruff, President. Third 
Row, Left to Right: Joan Martin, Joyce Dalton, 
Treasurer ; Pat Buckner, Donna Parks, Brenda Daw- 


son, Mary Price, Anita Fowler, Esther Bond, Linda 
Bishop, Glenda Powers, Brenda Stephens, Linda My- 
ers, Karen Harris, Reporter; Lois Lucado and Harriet 
Cox. Not Pictured: Michael Porter. 



'"Junior 

First Row, Left to Right: Jennifer Tolbert, Roberta 
Stoots, Shirley Queen, Linda Caviness, Patricia 
Corvin, Harry Kirn, Mrs. Carithers, Director; Eddie 
White, Terry McPeak, Jennifer Lottier, Delores 
Reaves, Rebecca Powers, Gail Lane, Karen Jones, 
and Janice Hagee. Second Row, Left to Right: 
Sandra Johnson, Connie Farris, Frances Bishop, 
Melody Elkins, Mary Ann Quesenberry, Mona 


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Hodge, John Edmonds, Clinton Semones, Doug Whitt, 
Gwen Hale, Carolyn Rollins, Geneva Conner, Pat 
Surratt, Carol Davidson, and Patricia Moyer. Third 
Row, Left to Right: Andrea Keatley, Lynn Loftus, 
Denise Redd, Brenda Hill, Jean Dunnigan, Linda 
Frost, Tommy Hubble, Joseph Branson, Victor Cole, 
Doris Boysaw, Janie Webb, Bonnie Henley, Ruthie 
Mabe, Rita Quesenberry, and Sandra McGrady. 






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Vertical Row, Top to Bottom: Mr. Lilly, Sponsor; 
Jim Kelly, Curtis Trail, David Price, Mike Parks, 
Point Chairman; Warren Phillips, Kelly Schrader, 
Bill Steger, Herman Hearn, Tommy Combiths, 
Johnny Columbus, Jerry Chinault, and Dick Mc- 
Millan. Back Row, Left to Right: Watts Steger, 



A service club of Pulaski High which is 
held high on our key chain is the Kiwanian 
sponsored Key Club. Determined to make 
good citizenship a goal of the club, each 
member is required to attend a certain 
church once a month. The American flag is 
raised before the school each day by a des- 
ignated patriotic member. In addition, they 
carry the flag at all home football games 


Vice-President; Larry Taylor, Treasurer ; Danny 
Carson, Frank Vass, Butch Ratcliff, and Jim Mc- 
Millan. Front Row, Left to Right: John Kirby, 
Richard Parks, Barry Grinstead, Donnie Quesen- 
berry, David Walton, President; and Bill Flint, Sec- 
retary. Not Pictured: Mike Tilley. 


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while the National Anthem is being played. 
Have you noticed the orderly parking lot 
at the ballgames? Besides parking the cars, 
they sell programs at the basketball games 
and wrestling matches, sponsor the blood- 
mobile, and sponsor sock hops. The highlight 
of the year for each member of the Key Club 
must certainly be the state convention. 


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First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Perdue, Sponsor; 
Steve Buchanan, Bobby Cox, Chaplain; Jerry 
Hutchens, Reporter; Mike Kelly, Treasurer ; Linda 
Craig, Secretary; Jerry Sayers, Vice-President; 
Butch Ratcliff, President; Danny Carson, George 
Haga, and Rodney Atkinson. Second Row, Left to 
Right: Bobby Pearce, Mike Spraker, Fonda Jones, 
Glennis Cole, Sandra Slate, Bobbie Crockett, Suzanne 


Sowers, Barbara Gosnell, Sandra Craig, Candy 
Allen, Linda Gilbert, Gary Cregger, Duard Hoback, 
Mike Hutchens, Alan Fowler, and Miss Caldwell, 
Sponsor. Third Row, Left to Right: Bob Byrd, 
Phillip Sullivan, Matt Stevens, Gary Armbrister, 
Leslie Turpin, Julius Fuller, Michael Viars, Michael 
Hickman, Jerry Hanks, R. J. Lester, Eric Miller, and 
Jon Hall. 




Left to Right: Mike Gallimore and Edward Jarrells. 


Overdue books, clipped passes, and assisting in 
the library are all a part of the Library Club. 

This club, striving to increase pupil interest 
and participation in the library, functions 
through the training of student assistants to 
work in the library and to operate the audio- 
visual equipment. 

During the year, the club members present 
book reports to the student body during Book 
Week and National Library Week. This is to pro- 
mote interest in books and learning. Also stu- 
dent assistants freely render service that helps 
the students and faculty in their use of the 
library. 


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First Row, Left to Right: Michael Hickman, Pat 
Ingles, Timmy Gress, David Price, Secretary-Treas- 
urer; Jimmy McMillan, Vice-President; Joe Stephens, 
President; Ronnie Pearce, Chaplain; John Kirby, 
Larry Taylor, Richard Parks, David Walton, Edward 
Rhett, Butch Ratcliff, and Bill Crawford. Second 
Row, Left to Right: George Haga, Wayne Hodges, 


Gary Cox, Pete Raykes, Jerry Blankenship, Gary 
O’Dell, Roger Davidson, Dickie McMillan, Donnie 
Quesenberry, Jimmy Kelly, Doug Ratcliff, Danny 
Carson, Wayne Hyatt, and Sam Crisp. Third Row, 
Left to Right: John Calfee, Tommy Hufford, Jerry 
Sayers, Billy Hager, Charles Hager, Watts Steger, 
Johnny Richards, and Barry Grinstead. 


Monogram jackets in orange and black are 
worn by those young athletes who have par- 
ticipated and lettered in one of our major 
sports. Lettering entitles any sport’s partici- 
pator to membership in the Boys’ Monogram 
Club. 

The purpose of the club is to create good 
sportsmanship among the boys and between 
the schools. Led and sponsored by Coach 


Billips, the boys find that the club tends to 
build good morale. 

The end of the sport’s season is climaxed 
by the hosting of the Annual Awards Ban- 
quet which honors the varsity athletes and 
cheerleaders. Awards are presented after a 
well known guest speaker is heard. 

These boys have given P.H.S. their best 
and we thank them! 


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First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Kegley, Sponsor; Pat 
Vaughan, Reporter; Sandra Kiser, President; Kathy 
Kegley, Chaplain; Barbara Butts, Brenda Kanode, 
Points Chairman; and Sue Goodson, Vice-President. 
Second Row, Left to Right: Becky Hotz, Marsha 
Sheets, Dianne Hyatt, Ann Rutherford, Linda 
Weddle, Jane Kanode, and Pam Chitwood. Third Row, 
Left to Right: Jewed Catron, Pat Buckner, Norma 


Mabry, Treasurer ; Kathy Hoback, Alyson Howard, 
Susan Albert, Sharon Davis, and Betty Lou Tolbert. 
Fourth Row, Left to Right: Martha Whitehurst, 
Joyce Warner, Debbie Surface, Susan Cabaniss, 
Sunni Edens, and Wanda Pugh. Fifth Row, Left to 
Right: Bobbie Poole, Karen Gilmore, Jean Hoback, 
Diana Love, Donna Parks, Su-Su Owen, Yvonne 
Endicott, and Katie Flippin. 



Posters, victory tags, and decorations are all signs of 
the Pep Club. Promoting school spirit and “pep” for 
school activities are also objectives of the club. Many 
methods are used to further school interest. During foot- 
ball season, the halls are filled with “victory” posters and 
the ball park is decorated for all home games. For Home- 
coming the gym was “dressed up” with orange and black 
streamers, banners, and an Oriole suspended from the 
rafters. Basketball, wrestling, tennis, baseball, golf, and 
track are also supported by tags, posters, and attendance. 
Climaxing the year is the Pep Assembly, this club’s an- 
nual original production. 

Thank you Pep Club for a job well done! 


Ann White, Secretary of the Pep Club 
posts a “victory” poster in the main 
hall. 


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First Row, Left to Right: Jayne Baugh, Mary ^ace, 
Debbie Farris, Barbara Cruff, Connie Campbell, 
David Quesenberry, Jerry Novell, Debbie Surface, 
Becky Hotz, Martha Whitehurst, Joyce Warner, and 
Drema Hagee. Second Row, Left to Right: Janice 


Wright, Helen Pappas, Harriet Cox, Esther Bond, 
Joan Martin, Libby Boothe, Pam Stanley, Wanda 
Cruff, Cindy Daugherty, Brenda Cecil, Sheila Potts, 
Sharon Hall, Sharon Long, and Betty Clark. 


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Officers: Sandra Melton, Treasurer; Dorothy Wright, 
President; Jean Hoback, Secretary; Joyce Dalton, 
Vice-President; and Shannon Massie, Reporter. 


Chalk, blackboards, and textbooks, are all a 
a part of teaching. Thus, those students who 
feel a desire to teach seek membership in 
the Future Teachers Association. 

The F.T.A. seeks to enable its members to 
study and to identify the qualities, traits, 
and aptitudes which are basic to successful 
teaching. 

In order to meet the club objectives, the 
programs during the year have included 
speakers, tapes, films, and panel discussions. 
The chapter has been in charge of a bulletin 
board, participated in Teacher Appreciation 
Week, National Education Week, and has 
sponsored a candidate for state office. 

Tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade stu- 
dents are fortunate to have such an oppor- 
tunity to broaden and develop their teaching 
desires ! 


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First Row, Left to Right: Carol Coker, Carol Siglin, 
Secretary; Barbara Butts, Carol Weddle, Reporter; 
Jo Ann Price, President; Wanda Ensley, Sharon 
Hunt, Josephine Ring, Sue Quesenberry, and Mrs. 
Hanks, Sponsor. Second Row, Left to Right: Jerry 
Childress, Gary Thompson, Ned Bane, Buddy Rice, 


Doug Spence, Diana Richardson, Sharon Black, and 
Mary Pugh, Vice-President. Third Row, Left to 
Right: Gaile Davidson, Frederick Thompson, John 
Dye, David Babb, Jesse Gates, Billy Anders, James 
Graham, and Hugh Huff. Not Pictured: Mike Gali- 
more, Treasurer. 


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First Row: Karen Jones. Second Row, Left to Right: 
Ann Hall and Monnie Rhett. Third Row, Left to 
Right: Sarah Wampler, Rita Quesenberry, Reporter; 
and Pat Surratt. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Susan 
Bane, Janet Hummel, Suzette Palmer, Treasurer ; 
and Angie Ayers, Vice-President. Fifth Row, Left 


to Right: Sara Goodson, Farron Warner, Jamie Mc- 
Guire, Historian; Toni Aust, Secretary ; Becky Hin- 
son, Janet Knisely, Chaplain; Patti Morris, Parlia- 
mentarian; and Claudia Yelton, President. Not Pic- 
tured: Kathy Newman 


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First Row, Left to Right: Bill Steger, Chaplain; 
Danny Carson, Vice-President; Jerry Hutchens, Pres- 
ident; David Walton, Sergeant-at-Arms ; and Barry 
Grinstead, Secretary-Treasurer. Second Row, Left to 
Right: Butch Ratcliff, Jimmy McMillan, Joe 


Stephens, Frank Vass, Watts Steger, and Mr. Bruce, 
Sponsor. Third Row, Left to Right: Ronnie Pearce, 
George Haga, Sonny Whitt, S. T. Crockett, Wayne 
Hyatt, and Edward Rhett. 


Standing Clockwise, Left to Right From Front: 
Sandra Melton, President; Cheryl Allen, Secretary; 
Brenda McCraw, Chaplain; Fonda Jones, Brenda 
Patton, Ann Floyd, Marcheta Mustard, Tereasa Kirk- 
ner, Brenda Musick, Margaret Ritter, Joy Hill, Re- 
porter; Marsha Sheets, Julie Jackson, Parliamentar- 


ian; Sharon Long, Historian; Jean Hoback, Karen 
Gibson, Donna Shockley, Jo Ann Price, Pat Rupe, 
Sharon Gemmell, Becky Burchett, and Brenda Ques- 
enberry, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Sheila Nelson, 
Vice-President. 





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First Row, Left to Right: Alan Rudisill, Treasurer; 
Wayne Hodges, Secretary ; Kelly Schrader, Vice- 
President; John Kirby, President ; Pat Ingles, Richard 
Parks, Chaplain; and Herman Hearn, Reporter. Sec- 
ond Row, Left to Right: Bill Flint, John Calfee, 


Gary Blankenship, Pete Raykes, Larry Taylor, and 
Mark Robinson. Third Row, Left to Right: Larry 
Gilmore, Tommy Hufford, Warren Phillips, Dickie 
Nelson, Gary Cox, and Timmy Gress. 


First Roiv, Left to Right: Linda Rupe, Martha 
Whitehurst, Vice-President; Jayne Baugh, President ; 
Katie Flippin, Treasurer ; Donna Parks, Patti Lut- 
trell, Sue Goodson, Secretary; and LeVon Gregory. 
Second Row, Left to Right: Mary Pace, Debbie 
Farris, Sharon Rogers, Darlene Adams, Martha 
Hulme, Joyce Warner, Dianne Chaffin, Margie 


Vaughan, Teresa Clark, and Joyce Dalton. Third 
Row, Left to Right: Brenda Wilson, Linda Webb, 
Betty Hawkins, Donna Holmes, Joyce Branscome, 
Norma Shull, Elaine Harrison, Debbie Surface, 
Cynthia Stump, Jonda Albert, Pat Buckner, Janice 
Wright, and Patsy Kanode. 



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First Row, Left to Right: Basil Cox, Dickie Mc- 
Millan, Dennis Rooker, Jerry Chinault, Haney 
Hodges, Vice-President; Johnny Columbus, President; 
Roswell Seagle, Program Chairman; Kenny Farmer, 
Jerry Smith, Secretary; and Blair Brockmeyer. Sec- 


ond Row, Left to Right: Jerry Webb, Alex Ammar, 
Treasurer ; Buck Moody, Terry Sutherland, Jerry 
Aust, Chaplain; Hugh Huff, Mike Tilley, R. E. 
Holston, Ronald Hayter, Tommy Combiths, and Phil 
Tickle. 




First Row, Left to Right: Sue Bopp, Linda Weddle, 
President ; Linda Southern, Vice-President; Connie 
Wingo, Secretary ; Jane Carson, Treasurer ; Chris 
Vann, Chaplain; and Clim Gallimore, Reporter. Sec- 
ond Row, Left to Right: Linda Thomas, Dianne 
Hyatt, Brenda King, Patti Elswick, Judy Coltrane, 


Betty Brookfield, Brenda Waller, Janie Hurd, Annie 
White, Jane Amburn, and Carol Siglin. Third Row, 
Left to Right: Lois Lucado, Sharon Hunt, Theresa 
Cox, Susan Cabaniss, Mary Pugh, Diana Richardson, 
Terri Powers, Carol Weddle, Suellen DeWitt, Susie 
Richards, and Barbara Butts. 


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First Roiv, Left to Right: Archie Worrell, Chaplain; 
Mike Hutchens, Vice-President; Tom Kegley, Presi- 
dent; Rex Webb, Treasurer ; and Bill Smith, Secre- 
tary. Second Row, Left to Right: Danny Grubb, Skip 
Stevens, Brian Chitwood, Ned Bane, Joey Buckner, 


and Sid Steger. Third Row, Left to Right: Allen 
Combiths, Bob Byrd, Jerry Johnson, Eddie Kirkner, 
Carl McNew, Matt Stevens, E. B. Carroll, and B. B. 
McCall. 



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First Row, Left to Right: Kathy Hoback, President; 
Lucy Glenn, Parliamentarian ; Janet Vass, Chaplain; 
Jean Wright, Patsy Baugh, Treasurer ; Linda Albert, 
Secretary ; and Edley Sadler, Vice-President. Second 
Row, Left to Right: Mina Lenett, Reporter; Carol 
Gilbert, Debbie Fortner, Linda Woolwine, Lynn 


Loftus, Kathy Landis, Sandra Weatherford, Sunni 
Edens, Linda Cox, and Tina Robinson. Third Row, 
Left to Right: Barbara Patterson, Barbara Shockley, 
Nancy Surface, Hannah Rives, Sandra Ammar, Mary 
Vlahos, Janie Webb, Susan Kolbrick, Betsy Mabry, 
and Lynn Hagee. 


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David Price 
Co-Captain 
Senior End 


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Doug Ratcliff 
Co-Captain 
Senior End 


This season was a very exciting one for all 
P. H. S. football fans as our mighty Oriole team 
ended with a 5 - 5 record. This was very reward- 
ing, as the pre-season predictions had given our 
team a chance to win possibly two of its seasonal 
games. 



Steve Anderson 
Senior Fullback 


Barry Grinstead 
Senior Fullback 


Donald Harrell 
Senior Halfback 


Wayne Hyatt 
Senior Fidlback 



Donald 

Quesenberry 

Senior 

Quarterback 




Jimmy 

McMillan 

Senior 

Guard 


Ronnie Pearce 
Senior Halfback 


Joe Stephens 
Senior Tackle 



David Walton 
Senior Halfback 



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James Allen Mr. Carles Billips 

Junior Guard Coach 

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Our fans had much to cheer about as the 
Orioles romped over Christiansburg, Giles, Dub- 
lin, Fort Chiswell, and Hillsville, the only dis- 
tiict team to beat Blacksburg. The highlights of 
the season came as we won our Homecoming 
game with Giles and that thrilling win over 
Dublin. 



Billy Hager 
Junior Tackle 


Mike Hickman 
Junior Halfback 


Duard Hoback 
Junior Guard 


Jim Kelly 

Junior Halfback 






Dickie 

Nelson 

Junior 

Center 


Larry 

Taylor 

Junior 

Quarterback 


Richard Parks 


Junior Halfback 



Curtis Trail 
Junior End 




Rocky Ratcliff 
Junior Tackle 


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Roger Davidson 
Sophomore Center 


Larry Price 
Sophomore Tackle 


Mike Tilley 

Sophomore Quarterback 


Wayne Brookman 
Sophomore Tackle 






Bill Southern 
Freshman Tackle 


Duane Wright 
Freshman Guard 



E. B. Carroll 
Freshman End 


Don Wyatt 
Freshman Guard 




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First Row, Left to Right: Sam McFall, Mike Galli- 
more, Dick McMillan, Dennis Rooker, Johnny Colum- 
bus, Phil Tickle, Joey Buckner, Terry Sutherland, 
Jerry Sayers, and Wayne Parks. Second Row, Left 
to Right: Mike Kelly, Haney Hodges, Freddie 

Blevins, Jerry Johnson, Alan Fowler, Tommy Com- 


biths, Mike Jenkins, Philip Sullivan, Roger Parks, 
and Raymond Whited. Third Row, Left to Right: 
Coach Loftus, Jerry Ratcliff, Steve Quesenberry, 
Melvin Tolbert, Wayne Dehart, Bill Smith, Jerry 
Smith, Archie Worrell, Kenny Farmer, Matt Stevens, 
and Coach Tacy. 


First Roiv, Left to Right: Billy McMillan, James 
Miller, Louis Price, John Edmonds, Larry Atkins, 
John Rollins, James McMickle, and Oscar Hogans. 
Second Row, Left to Right: Coach Puckett, Steve 
Fowler, Aaron Anderson, Bryan Chitwood, Alvin 
Novell, Ralph Kelly, Skip Stevens, Jimmy Webb, 


Mike Petty, Houston Caviness, and Coach Bruce. 
Third Row, Left to Right: Lawrence Robinson, 
Rocky Schrader, Roger Spence, Leonard Johnson, 
Gene Moles, Ronnie Linkous, Charles Allen, Tommy 
Thomas, Doug Patterson, and Randal Ratcliff. 



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Charles Jackson 
Senior Forward 






Butch Ratcliff 
Captain 
Senior Guard 


David Price 

Senior Forward 




Larry Gilmore 
Junior Guard 


Mr. Carl Tacy 
Coach 



Gary Quesenberry 
Senior Center 


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Larry Taylor 
Junior Guard 




Mike Tilley 
Sophomore Forward 



Richard Parks 
Junior Guard 


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John Calfee 
Junior Forward 



Bill Crawford 
Sophomore Forward 



Jim Kelly 
Junior Forward 







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First Row, Left to Right: Joey Buckner, Rex Webb, 
Mickey Hickman, Dickie McMillan, Steve Quesen- 
berry, and Buck Moody. Second Row, Left to Right: 


Mr. Tickle, Coach; Phil Clark, Roger Davidson, E. B 
Carroll, H. L. White, Carl McNew, and Mike Hutch- 
ens, Manager. 


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First Row, Left to Right: Donald Anderson, Skip 
Stevens, Jimmy Webb, Ralph Kelly, Buddy Hill, and 
Mike Marshall. Second Row, Left to Right: Mr. 


Puckett, Coach; Dennis Love, Gary Hinson, Alvin 
Novell, James Russell, Roger Spence, Randall Bevins, 
Richard Tickle, and Jesse Gates, Manager. 


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First Row, Left to Right: Mike Lester, Dickie Mc- 
Millan, Bobby Cruff, Dickie Sutphin, Terry Suther- 
land, and John Kirby. Second Row, Left to Right: 
Mr. Harry Loftus, Coach; Glenn Weddle, Jackie 


Wright, Larry Taylor, Pete Raykes, Rocky Ratcliff, 
and Donnie Quesenberry. Third Row, Left to Right: 
Melvin Tolbert, Jimmy Kelly, Jerry Johnson, Kenny 
Farmer, and Roger Davidson. 


First Row, Left to Right: Philip Vanhoy, James 
Woodyard, Jerry Sayers, Ronnie Pruitt, Steve Fow- 
ler, Duard Hoback, Bill Crawford, Mike Gallimore, 
Mike Tilley, Melvin Parks, and Wayne Parks. Sec- 
ond Row, Left to Right: Mr. James Hickman, Coach; 
Ronnie Pearce, Mickey Hickman, Steve Via, Charles 


Henley, Gary O’Dell, Roy Blevins, Freddy Blevins, 
Danny Thompson, Duane Wright, and Jerry Rat- 
cliffe. Third Roic, Left to Right: Rodney Atkinson, 
Randal Vaughn, Don Wyatt, Frederick Thompson, 
Michael Porter, Carl McNew, Jingles White, Billy 
Hager, Terry Lucas, Charles Hager, and Mike Viars. 



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First Row, Left to Right: Barry Anders, Tommy Pearce, Fred Thompson, Junior Moles, Billy Hager, 

Kegley, Danny Thompson, Paul Hughes, Barry Grin- Doug Ratcliff, Duard Hoback, Dickie Nelson, Jingles 

stead, Edward Rhett, Jerry Johnson. Second Row: White. 

Coach Duncan, Mike Parks, Jim McMillan, Ronnie 


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First Row, Left to Right: Wayne Brookman, Haney 
Hodges, Eddie Kirkner, Norman Keith, Tommy Dou- 
that, Allen Combiths, Mike Newman, Billy Knode, 
Allen Stoots, Roy Blevins, Phillip Sullivan. Second 


Row: James Woodyard, Matt Stevens, Bill Smith, 
Melvin Tolbert, Mike Viars, Leslie Turpin, Tom 
Combith, Chipper McMillan, Allen Fowler, Jerry 
Sayers, Coach Duncan. 



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Morefield, Dickie Anders, Doug Steger, Truman 
Combiths, Claude McMillan, Barry Smith, Bill Mc- 
Millan. Second Row: Coach Duncan, Larry Morefield, 


The Oriole wrestlers brought great honor 
to our school this year by winning eleven of 
their twelve matches. The Orioles also tied for 
the regional championship with Northside 
High School. 

Pulaski had two regional champions, Ronnie 
Pearce and Jerry Johnson. Also, there were 
five boys representing our school who placed 
second in the region. They are James Allen, 


Rocky Schrader, Gene Moles, Charles Allen, Brian 
Chitwood, John Rollins, Houston Caviness, Wally 
Brockmeyer. 


Barry Anders, Barry Grinstead, David Jordan, 
and Doug Ratcliff. 

James Allen won Pulaski High School’s first 
state wrestling championship and freshman 
David Jordan finished in fourth place. 

Our wrestlers placed tenth at the state 
tournament and finished their best season in 
the history of our school. 






Left to Right: Jerry Smith; Jeffery Phillips; Charles Jackson; James Graham; Rich- 
ard Parks; and Watts Steger. 


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the defending champion of the New 
to show an equally proud record. 
Although tennis has been a recent addition to the list of sports at P.H.S., 
those who have played on this team have done much to elevate our school’s 
name in this new area. This year our team had the honor of being invited 
to the Southwestern District Tournaments at Roanoke, and did a fine job 
in carrying our school’s banner. 


Uennis 

This year the Oriole Tennis Team is 
River District and is again expected 


Left to Right: Bill Smith; E. B. Carroll; Okey Evans; Butch Ratcliff; Herman Hearn; 
Gary Armbrister; and Mr. William Puckett, Coach. 



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First Row: 

Sid Steger; 
Sherman Shockley; 
Raymond Whited. 


Second Row : 
Bill Steger; 
Tom Hufford; 
Charles Hager. 


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Left to Right: Tom Combith, Tony Turner, Danny Carson, John Calfee, Roswell Seagle, 
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Senior 


Marsha Sheets 
Senior 



Jewell Catron 
Senior 


Becky Hotz 
Senior 



Kathy Kegley 
Junior 



Katie Flippin 
Junior 







Martha Whitehurst 
Junior 


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Mrs. Ruth Hotz 
Sponsor 



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Alyson Howard 
Sophomore 


Ann Rutherford 
Sophomore 





Debbie Fortner 
Freshman 


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Sponsor 



First Row, Left to Right: Kathy Kegley, Reporter; 
Margaret Blair, Secretary-Treasurer; Jane Kanode, 
Vice-President; and Bobbi Poole, President. Second 
Row, Left to Right: Jo Ann Price, Wanda Pugh, 
Norma Mabry, Sue Goodson, Cheryl Allen, Thelma 
Conner, Brenda Kanode, Fonda Jones, Patsy Kanode, 
Patti Luttrell, Debbie Surface, and Teresa Clark. 
Third Row, Left to Right: Su-Su Owen, Lois Smith, 
Teresa Kirkner, Delana Boone, Linda Grubb, Le Von 


First Row, Left to Right: Theresa Cox, Delores Clark, 
Becky Hall, Faith Rigney, Marie Talbert, Dorothy 
Taylor, Dianne Hyatt, Brenda King, Carol Weddle, 
Judy Coltrane, Brenda Waller, and Ann White. 
Second Row, Left to Right: Sharon Hunt, Patsy 
Hamilton, Jennifer Vaughan, Chris Vann, Jane Car- 
son, Anita Fowler, Brenda Foley, Patty Davis, Shir- 
ley Oulds, Velma Taylor, Shirley Smith, and Alyson 
Howard. Third Row, Left to Right: Karen Gilmore, 


Gregory, Barbara Clark, Dorothy Wright, Jo Ann 
Hummel, Kathy Bogardus, and Barbara Chaffin. 
Fourth Row, Left to Right: Sandra Kiser, Becky 
Hotz, Brenda Clark, Carolyn Cox, Janie Cox, Janice 
Wright, Jonda Albert, Susan Albert, and Peggy Rit- 
ter. Fifth Row, Left to Right: Carol Lottier, Iva 
Price, Teresa Oulds, Jo Ann Hill, Wanda Ensley, 
Evelyn Sawyers, Joyce Dalton, Pat Buckner, Donna 
Parks, and Jane Farmer. 


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Lou Ann O’Dell, Karen Harris, Yvonne Endicott, 
Carol Coker, Claudia Gallimore, Suellen DeWitt, 
Susan Cabaniss, Betty Crumbley, and Barbara Butts. 
Fourth Row, Left to Right: Linda Foley, Betsy Ma- 
bry, Sandra Weatherford, Barbara Shockley, Janet 
Vass, Sunni Edens, Libby Sage, Rosemary Flynn, 
Gwendolyn Hale, Olivia Powell, Lillie Fowler, and 
Connie Bailey. 





First Row, Left to Right: Marie Bowman, Connie 
Castellow, Nancy Worrell, Kandi Wolfe, Candy Allen, 
Barbara Patterson, Libby Sage, Susan Kolbrick, Tina 
Robinson, Judy Stallings, and Nancy Talbert. Second 
Row, Left to Right: Barbara Smith, Dana Andrews, 
Barbara Gosnell, Sandra Ammar, Mary Vlahos, Bar- 
bara Shockley, Sunni Edens, Janet Vass, Sandra Wea- 
therford, Betsy Mabry, and Stella Nuckolls. Third 
Row, Left to Right: Jennifer Tolbert, Nancy Welsh, 


Patty Bailey, Linda Albert, Hannah Rives, Jean 
Wright, Kathy Worrell, Gail Barnett, Linda McFall, 
Patsy Marshall, and Linda Cox. Fourth Row, Left to 
Right: Carol King, Mary Hudson, Brenda Burroughs, 
Rosemary Flynn, Olivia Powell, Shirley Miller, Lynn 
Loftus, and Connie Farris. Fifth Row, Left to Right: 
Cynthia Kegley, Mary Lou Kingrea, Connie Bailey, 
Lillie Fowler, Carol Phillips, Brenda McCraw, Diane 
Love, and Linda Myers. 


(Association 


First Row, Left to Right: Jan Roseberry, Wanda 
Kanode, Karen Hancock, Janet Leeson, Rose Mary 
O’Dell, Pam Edwards, Nancy Fleming, Rachel Trom- 
peter, Sandy Ingles, and Cathy Weldon. Second Row, 
Left to Right: Donna Murray, Carol Ratcliff, Joan 
Guynn, Kathy Parks, Rose Ann Bassett, Rose Lee 
Bassett, Jamie McGuire, Toni Aust, Sarah Wampler, 
and Janet Hummel. Third Row, Left To Right: Ro- 
berta Stoots, Brenda Hill, Susan Bane, Karen Seagle, 


Debbie Hall, Carolyn Dalton, Eleanor Beamer, Mon- 
nie Rhett, Janet Knisely, Angie Ayers, and Linda 
Frost. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Shirley Miller, 
Linda Phillips, Anne Lester, Diane Fanning, Becky 
Hinson, Judy Johnson, Sara Goodson, Barbara Grubb, 
and Judy Beverly. Fifth Row, Left to Right: Karen 
Jones, Rita Quesenberry, Tina Edwards, Amy Dent, 
Hope Vaughan, Pat Surratt, Melissa Turner, Jo 
Hailey, Paula Foster, and Karen Clark. 



151 






LINDA BUCHANAN 



(Jutsiancfin a 



FRED JOHNSON 



S. T. CROCKETT 


The Senior Class has deemed these eight 
people meritorious of being Outstanding 
Seniors for their exemplification of the best 
attainable quality, excellence. The goal is 
most desirable because of the difficulty in 
attaining the keys to reach it. 


PAM CHITWOOD 



154 




SANDRA KISER 





WATTS STEGER 


The Characteristics of leadership, scholar- 
ship, dependability, and good character are 
used as the criterion by which the Senior Class 
has chosen these eight people whom they feel 
are truly Outstanding Seniors. 


SHEILA NELSON 





eniors 



FRANK VASS 


1 55 







Most Intellectual 
Sheila Nelson 
Watts Steger 



Most Original 
Yvonne Dean 
David Quesenberry 


Cutest 

Mary Jane Austin 
Barry Grinstead 


Friendliest 
Shairon Moore 
Jerry Novell 






Most Likely to Succeed 
Jean Hoback 
S. T. Crockett 


Best All Around 
Pam Chitwood 
Jimmy McMillan 


Most Dignified 
Cindy Daugherty 
Fred Johnson 


Best Leaders 
Linda Buchanan 
Danny Carson 


Best Personality 
Wanda Pugh 
Wayne Hyatt 



Best Dancers 
Marsha Sheets 
Donnie Jones 


156 




Most Comical 
Jo Ann Hummel 
George Haga 


Best Dressed 
Ann Floyd 
Frank Vass 


Most Popular 
Jewell Catron 
Doug Ratcliff 


Most Athletic 
Bobbie Poole 
Ronnie Pearce 



OCes/ 



Best School Spirit 
Becky Hotz 
Joe Stephens 



Most Happy Go Lucky 
Margaret Blair 
David Walton 



Best Looking 
Thelma Conner 
Butch Ratcliff 


Most Talented 
Becky Burchett 
Edward Rhett 



Most Talkative 
Connie Garlic 
Bill Steger 


157 



Most Dependable 
Sybil Douthat 
Billy Sprinkle 








Kathy Kegley 
Junior 


Cjourt 


Dickie McMillan 
Sophomore 


Doug Ratcliff 
King 


Sunni Edens 
Freshman 


1 59 


Jimmy Webb 
Eighth Grade 


Jimmy McMillan 
Senior 









First Row: Jewell Catron; Miss P. H. S. Second Row, 
Left to Right: Dianne Hyatt, Susie Richards, Ann 
Rutherford, Mina Lenett, Katie Flippin, and Su-Su 
Owen. Third Row, Left to Right: Karen Seagle, San- 
dra Kiser, Jonda Albert, Brenda Foley, Kathy Kegley, 


Marsha Sheets, Rita Quesenberry, and Tena Edwards. 
Fourth Row, Left to Right: Yvonne Dean, Debbie 
Surface, Betsy Mabry, Donna Shockley, Sandra Wea- 
therford, Betty Waddell, and Betty Brookfield. 





ffiss CPJTS. 


jfeweff Gatron 



3 ScAooZ 





First Row: Sunni Edens; Maid of Honor. Second Row, 
Left to Right: Pam Chitwood, Shannon Massie, Fonda 
Jones, Becky Burchett, Helen Pappas, Mary Pace, 
Mary Jane Austin, Sharron Davis, Barbara Shockley, 
and Janet Vass. Third Row, Left to Right: Christie 


Hurst, Debbie Fortner, Martha Whitehurst, Margaret 
Ritter, Jayne Baugh, Linda Foley, Ann White, and 
Joyce Warner. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Susan 
Cabaniss, Thelma Conner, Wanda Pugh, and Claudia 
Yelton. 


Gon/es / 


Sunni £ c/e ns 
Jltaicf OJ D Ion or 



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QUEEN 
Thelma Conner 




SENIOR MEMBERS 


S. T. Crockett 
George Haga 
Paul Hughes 
Wayne Hyatt 
Charles Jackson 
Jimmy McMillan 
Billy Sprinkle 
Watts Steger 
Joe Stephens 
Frank Vass 
David Walton 


Mary Jane Austin 
Becky Burchett 
Jewell Catron 
Jean Hoback 
Becky Hotz 
Christie Hurst 
Fonda Jones 
Sandra Kiser 
SuSu Owens 
Marsha Sheets 
Donna Shockley 


CROWN BEARERS 


Jimmy Kelly 


Kathy Kegley 


162 



PRINCE 
Butch Ratcliff 


UNDERCLASSMEN 

John Calfee 
Elliott Carroll 
Jerry Chinault 
Tommy Combiths 
Bill Flint 
Mike Gallimore 
Larry Gilmore 
Timmy Gress 
Tommy Kegley 
John Kirby 
Dickie McMillan 
Richard Parks 
Pete Raykes 
Dennis Rooker 
Jerry Shepherd 
William Smith 
Larry Taylor 
Mike Tilley 
Curtis Trail 
James Webb 
Archie Worrell 



PRINCESS 
Pam Chitwood 


MEMBERS 

Jonda Albert 
Jayne Baugh 
Betty Brookfield 
Susan Cabiness 
Sharron Davis 
Sunni Edens 
Katie Flippin 
Brenda Foley 
Linda Foley 
Dianne Hyatt 
Mina Lennet 
Betsy Mabry 
Mary Pace 
Helen Pappas 
Susie Richards 
Barbara Shockley 
Debbie Surface 
Farron Warner 
Joyce Warner 
Martha Whitehurst 
Claudia Yelton 


DUKE 

Danny Carson 




DUCHESS 
Wanda Pugh 







V 


Congratulations to the Seniors of Pulaski High School 

Class of '66 


COLEMAN FURNITURE 
CORPORATION 


166 


Compliments of 


MEREDITH & TATE, INC. 


Your Neighborhood Good Gulf Dealer 


THOMAS M. SEAGLE & SON’S Funeral Service 

Pulaski, Virginia 


"Four Generations Serving Southwest Virginia" 


167 


Compliments of 


PULASKI MIRROR CO. 


Compliments of 

NEW RIVER OILS, INC. 

Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 


CLAREMONT GROCERY 

Pulaski Virginia 


Compliments of 

E M M A R T 

Millinery and Children's 
Wear 


Compliments of 


I G A 
FOOD FAIR 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

MORRIS FASHIONS 


HOUSE OF BEAUTY 

Complete Beauty Service 

338 North Washington Ave. 
Phone 2-7571 


CROWN JEWELERS INC. 

If You Don't Know Diamonds 
Know Your Jeweler' 

R. Larry Barnett, Mgr. 

15 W. Main St. Pulaski, Va. 


168 



Congratulations 


FOLEY'S ELECTRIC CO. 

BURTON INSURANCE 



AGENCY 


Sales and Services 

309 North Washington Avenue 


226 N. Jefferson Ave. Dial 4-1751 

Pulaski, Virginia 


Pulaski, Virginia 

Phone 2-7561 





Your Daytime Companion with 


Compliments of 



MARTIN-BEAMER 

W P U V 


HARDWARE CO., INC. 

1580 KC 


"Your Friendly, Helpful 'IRHA' 
Hardware Store" 

Phone 3-3931 


Serving Our Friends and Neighbors 
for 25 years 

Serving Southwest Virginia 



Since 1946 


27 E. Main Street Dial 2-5191 


169 





LUTTRELL CHEVROLET CO. 


Congratulations to the Class of '66 

THE PULASKI NATIONAL BANK 


Three Convenient Locations 


Main Office & Auto Teller 
Pulaski ‘‘ 


Branch Office 
Fairlawn 


PULASKI 

NATIONAL 

BANK 


MiTomia 


Pulaski's First Drive-In Bank 


Your Local Chevrolet Dealer 
Dial 2-1211 

"Volume is the secret to our business" 




170 


Get the Best Get 


OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 



Save time — Ship 



Overnite 



Ship directly to more than 
1600 Va., N. C., S. C., Ga. 

SEALTEST 


& Tenn. Points. NO BETTER 
SERVICE AT ANY COST 



DEPENDABILITY — COURTE5Y — 

Distributed By 

FARRIS BROS. DAIRY, 
INC. 

Dublin, Va. 

Phone 674-2721 


SAFETY 

"FOR SERVICE CALL" 

OVERNITE 

TRANSPORTATION CO. 

Pulaski 3-1111 



Compliments of 



PULASKI RADIATOR & 
UPHOLSTERING SERVICE 

623 E. Main St. Pulaski, Virginia 


Congratulations to 
Class of '66 

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


STEGER'S LAUNDRY 
AND 

George C. Allen, Owner 


DRY CLEANERS 

Phone 3-1911 




171 






Compliments of 

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

616 First St. N. E. Box 569 

Phone 2-0681 

J. K. King, Owner 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

PULASKI FURNITURE CORPORATION 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


172 




STATE FARM INSURANCE 


XYZ'S BEAUTY SALON 

COMPANIES 


Xymena Triplett, at your service 

Auto — Life — Fire 


Hair Styling — Cutting & Shaping 
Permanents — Tinting 
Complete Beauty Service 

Agents: Al Lockard 
Bob Farmer 


Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Nights by Appointments 

Call Pulaski 5-1385 ; 

Thornsprings Hgts. Pulaski, Va. 


SONNY'S MARKET 



Staple and Fancy Groceries 


Compliments of 

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 

Robinson Tract Road 


PARKS-BELK 

Dial 2-5905 Pulaski, Va. 




COMPLIMENTS OF 


MARSHALL 
WELDING SUPPLY 


East Main Street 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

BLUE RIDGE SUPPLY CO. 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


HATCHER-ASKEW 

Quality Men's Wear 

Since 1888 


DEE'S CUT-RATE STORES 

"Headquarters For 
School Supplies" 

Pulaski - Marion - Wytheville 


173 





A Fabric You Can Lean On That's Klopman! 

STAUNTON RIM FINISHING CO. 


Division of 

KLOPMAN MILLS, INC. 
Newbern Plant 
Newbern, Va. 


174 



SIGLIS’S 


"Corner of the Court" 


Phone 5-1013 


Pulaski, Va. 


Compliments of 

CLOVER CREAMERY COMPANY 


175 


THE DAILY NEWSPAPER 


Compliments of 

Serves as a new textbook every day for 
almost every course of study. To be a 
better informed student today and a bet- 


PULASKI TRACTOR CO. 

ter citizen tomorrow 


John Deere Sales & Service 

Read 


Route 1, Pulaski, Va. 

THE KOANOKE TIMES 






RADFOR DOR 
RESTAURANT 

TAKE HOME 


Choice Steaks and Chops 
Seafoods of all kinds 
Plate Lunches 

KERN'S BREAD 


Open on Sundays 



Operated by 

E. Norwood St. Mr. Charles B. 

Radford, Va. Wright 


Compliments of 

FELIX DEPARTMENT 
STORES 


Pulaski 


Virginia 


Congratulations from 

T. M. Combiths, Jr. 

EQUITABLE LIFE 
ASSURANCE SOCIETY 


HALEY FURNITURE 
STORES 


Complete Line of New Furniture 

Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 


SOUTHWESTERN 
VIRGINIA GAS CO. 


176 



PURITY 

maid 

BREAD 

it's always FRESH 


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 


Congratulations to the Class of '66 

PULASKI WATCH 
REPAIR 

123 W. Main Street 
Pulaski, Virginia 

and 

STAR BARBER SHOP 

F. F. Corder, Watchmaker 
Daniel Corder, Assistant Manager 
David Corder, Manager 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


ELECTRO - PLASTIC 
FABRICS, INC. 


VINYL COATED FABRICS 


PULASKI, 


VIRGINIA 


177 


Compliments of 


HERCULES POWDER COMPANY 


Imperial Color and Chemical Department 


Compliments of 


PRES DROWN S SPORT SHOP 


Lexington, Virginia 


178 


Bowling is Fun 
For All Ages 
at 

SKY LANES 

Dublin Rd. Pulaski, Va 


LAVINDER'S MOBILGAS 
STATION 

Phone 3-6581 

Dublin Rd. Pulaski, Va. 


Compliments of 

COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING COMPANY 

"Have a Coke" 

Pulaski Virginia 


For Tops In Movie Entertainment 
Always say .... 

What's Showing At 

THE PULASKI THEATRE 



Congratulations from 

PULASKI DRUGS, INC. 

19 East Main St — Pulaski 

MEDICAL ARTS 
PHARMACY, INC. 

Hospital corner 

"Your Walgreen Agency Stores" 
Prescriptions 
Sundries 


179 



CONGRATULATIONS . . . 

TO THE 
CLASS OF '66 

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


180 



Congratulations 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

Class of '66 


PULASKI LAUNDRY 



AND 

PULASKI ESSO 


DRY CLEANING 
SERVICE 

SERVICENTER 


FUR STORAGE 
RUG CLEANING 

Pulaski Virginia 


PULASKI, VIRGINIA 



181 


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 

Pulaski, Virginia 

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


Compliments of 


PULASKI BUILDING SUPPLIES, 

INC. 

Building Material and Lumber 


Pulaski, Virginia 

Phone 3-3751 




182 



JOT'EM 

DOWN STORE 

Groceries and Feed 

Dial 3-2431 

184 W. Main St. 


Compliments of 


EVERHART CLEANERS 


Compliments of 


E. D. DAVID 


District Manager 


People's Life Insurance Co. 


Compliments of 


VIRGINIA BLOCK 
AND LUMBER 


BANE'S 


Paint — Wallpaper 


Compliments of 


D. OBEL RATCLIFF, Realtor 


Real Estate Broker Auctioneer 


Compliments of 


DENT RADIO-TV SERVICE 


— Electronics Exclusively — 


Compliments of 

TILLEY PAINT CO., INC. 

215 First St., S. W. 

Pulaski, Virginia 


183 





Compliments of 


BEDFORD GROCERY 
Incorporated 


PULASKI TELEVISION 
SYSTEM 

Cable TV 


41 East Main St. 

Pulaski, Virginia Office 4-1860 


LANDIS 
REAL ESTATE 
INSURANCE 


CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

MARTIN'S PHARMACY 

"PHARMACISTS IN COOPERATION 
WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN" 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


184 




Compliments of 


PEARCE ELECTRIC CO. 


Red-o-Feeds 

VIRGINIA FEED STORE 

Complete Line of Shoes and Boots 
Seeds — Fertilizers — 
Groceries — Home supplies 
Glidden Paint 

Phone 4-1591 Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 

NUMBER ONE DRUG STORE 

73 W. Main St. 

Phone 2-1111 Pulaski, Virginia 


Congratulations to the Class of '66 


AIR CONTROL CORPORATION 


North Jefferson Avenue Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 

SADLER HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 


Compliments of 

BOARD INSURANCE AGENCY 

General Insurance 

"Call us for all types of good reliable insurance" 

Phone 2-0051 

25 7th St. N.W. Pulaski, Va. 


Compliments 

of 

K. V. BRUGH 
INSURANCE 


DUBLIN ROAD ESSO 
SERVICENTER 

Phone 2-7551 

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


Compliments of 

AIRPORT SERVICE 
STATION 

CARL AND DOROTHY BOPP, Owners 

‘Groceries, Fresh Meats 
and Vegetables 
Phillips 66 Gasoline and Oil 

Robinson Tract Road 
Pulaski, Virginia 
Telephone 3-4128 


Compliments of 

ALEX MEN'S SHOP 


Pulaski Virginia 



Compliments of 


SWEET-ORR & CO., II. 


Manufacturers of Work Clothes 
And Meadowfield Sportswear 

Pulaski, Virginia 


HAYDEN ELECTRICAL HEATING & 
INSULATION CO, INC. 


Pulaski, Virginia 


"Wholesale Electrical Distributors" 


Compliments of 

T. ADAIR HALL 


General Contracting 
Building and Repairing 



Compliments of 

PULASKI VANCE COMPANY, INC. 

"Your Westinghouse Dealer in Pulaski" 

Pulaski Virginia 


Congratulations to the Class of '66 


GUS'S MARKET 

Dublin Road 
Pulaski 


188 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

JEFFERSON MILLS 

"THE PLANT THAT CARES" 

PULASKI VIRGINIA 


CONGRATULATIONS FROM 

MAYBERRY BUICK ■ OLDSMOBILE, INC. 

EAST MAIN STREET 
PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


189 


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 2-21 1 1 


Pulaski, Virginia 


Compliments of 

VIRGINIA OAK & 
FLOORING CO., INC. 

Pulaski, Virginia 



Congratulations to the 
Class of '66 

THE SOUTHWEST TIMES 

"Your Newspaper" 


190 



810 North Jefferson Avenue 


Pulaski 


Virginia 


Congratulations to the Class of '66 


STRICKLER S FUNERAL HOME 



Compliments of 

JACKSON MOTEL 

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

U. S. 11 Pulaski, Va. 



"It Pays to Look Well" 

ELK'S BARBER SHOP 


191 




The Class of "66" 
is the Class that knows the tricks 
Most Sincere Compliments 

JIM-DANDY MARKET 
and 

AUST SUPER MARKET 

Your Neighborhood Stores 
Compliments of 

GALLIMORE AND LIVELY, INC. 

General Contractors 

Pulaski Virginia 

Congratulations to the 
Class of '66 

C&P 

TELEPHONE COMPANY 

Pulaski Virginia 


192 



"It pays to look well" 

O. K. BARBER SHOP 



PULASKI, VIRGINIA 


BOB'S SHOE CENTER 


Compliments of 

PAUL KNITTING MILL 

Manufacturers of Quality Hosiery 
Nearly half a century in Pulaski 

Pulaski Virginia 



THE PEOPLES 
NATIONAL BANK 
OF PULASKI 


Member F.D.I.C. 


193 






Compliments of 

PEOPLES SERVICE DREG STORE 

Pulaski Business Plaza 


194 





Compliments of 


HUFF COAL & OIL 
COMPANY, . INC. 


Phone 2-0021 


Pulaski 


Virginia 


Compliments of 

HALL'S SHOE SHOP 

223 North Jefferson Avenue 
Pulaski, Virginia 


HYLTON'S FEED STORE 

208 N. Madison Ave. 

Phone 4-1374 

Compliments of your 
Purina Dealer 


Congratulations to the 
Class of '66 

PIGGLY WIGGLY 

"Home of Fine Foods" 


MAX'S BAKERY AND 
GIFTS 

Pastries, Pies, Cookies, and Breads 
for all occasions 

Birthday, Wedding, and Anniversary 
Cakes 

Jewelry and Gifts for the Home 


We Furnish The Home 
Completely 

"Never a Carrying Charge" 
Compliments of 

GUYNN 
FURNITURE CO. 


Pulaski Virginia 


195 





Compliments of 

THE MUSIC SHOP CORP. 

93 Main Street 
Dial 4-1639 

Pulaski Virginia 


Congratulations 
to the Class of '66 

CAVALIER SUPPLY 
COMPANY, INC. 

Pulaski, Virginia 

Paper Products — Janitor Supplies 
Institutional Foods 



Compliments of the 


JERKS 

Available for Private Parties 
and Public Functions 

Ernie Garter David Jordan 

Michael Mitchell Harold Mitchell 


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF '66 


KESLINGS COAL YARD 


Pulaski Virginia 


196 



Congratulations to the Class of '66 

SOUTHWEST MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 

Imperial, Chrysler, Plymouth, Valiant 


Compliments of 


NEHI BOTTLING CO. 


Pulaski Virginia 



Congratulations to the Class of '66 


A Fine Place to Eat 


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

Pulaski, Virginia 


197 








WALL'S JEWELERS 

Your Bridal 

Registration Headquarters 
Pulaski, Virginia 



ifiobilubrication 


Compliments of 


EARL'S MOBILGAS 



198 









Compliments of 


WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 


GLENN INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

Security • Service • Dividend Savings 

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

Pulaski, Virginia 


+irst 
/ederal 

Savii 


A 



Savings & Loan Association of New River Valley 


Main Office: Pulaski, Vo. 


Radford, Va. 


199 






200 




"With Malice 

Toward None" 

Ronnie Aust 

Johnny Richards 

Junior Bailey 

Dennis Turner 

David Black 

Rodney Turner 

Fred Cox 

Wayne Umberger 

Richard Jones 

David Woods 

Calvin Kidd 

David Wright 

CLASS OF '66 


Compliments of 


FRED WATKINS 
From 

WISE COUNTY 


Robert Melton 

NATIONWIDE INSURANCE 


Pulaski 


Virginia 


Compliments of 


APPALACHIAN POWER COMPANY 


Pulaski Virginia 


201 



SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. 



315 N. Washington Ave. Phone 3-3411 

Pulaski, Virginia 



202 



Congratulations to the 
Class of '66 

GENERAL CHEMICAL 
DIVISION 

Allied Chemical Corp. 
Pulaski Works 



SENIOR FATTIES 

Cheryl Allen Becky Burchett 

Jewell Catron Thelma Conner 

Sharon Gemmell 



STEVEN'S 
FUNERAL HOME 


WALLACE'S 

"First and Foremost in Fashion" 
Pulaski, Virginia 


203 







Compliments of 

MAYFLOWER MOTEL 
& RESTAURANT 



Congratulations to the 
Class of '66 

GEMMELL'S TRANSFER 








THMKS TO OUR PATRONS 


Mr. Ralph Bishop 
Miss Elizabeth Blair 
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Blair 
Dr. Milton W. Brockmeyer 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Calfee 
Mrs. Grace Carnahan 
Mr. Gene Chumbley 
Mrs. Sam T. Crockett, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dewey 
Dr. Kenneth Fleenor 
Mr. Bill Flint 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert 

Mr. Donald Glenn 

Dr. Alec Haller 

Mr. Tommy Hughes 

Dr. James M. Hylton 

Mayor C. V. Jackson 

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis C. Jordan 

Miss Caroline Knapp 


Dr. Henry Martin 

Dr. Ralph Martin 

Dr. R. F. McNally 

Mr. A. Dow Owens 

Mr. David Ratio 

Mr. Raymond Rice 

Mr. Philip M. Sadler 

Mr. William B. Sanders, Jr. 

Mr. Charles Settle 

Dr. Lillian Smith 

Mrs. M. A. Stevenson 

Mr. William F. Thomas, Jr. 

Mrs. Bessie Totten 

Mr. Archa Vaughan 

Waddles 

Wallace's of Pulaski 
Dr. W. W. Walton 
Miss Hazel Winesett 
S. S. Sanpabeck 


Compliments of 

PULASKI MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 



Compliments of 



We, the Business Staff of the 1966 
ORIOLE, wish to express our apprecia- 
tion to the advertisers and to the stu- 
dents and faculty of Pulaski High School, 
who have given us their complete co- 
operation. 

Watts Steger — Business Manager 
Billy Flint — Asst. Business Manager 
Betty Crumbley — Business Secretary 


Compliments of 

S.T., Wayne, Bob, Watts, & Frank 

SENIOR BOYS OF THE 
'66 ORIOLE 


Compliments of 

PULASKI FLOWER SHOP 



Senior members of the 1966 ORIOLE 
enjoying themselves as guests of Del- 
mar at Charlotte, North Carolina. 

While there, they were shown the pro- 
cess of publishing the high school year- 
book. 




PRINTING COMPANY • Charlotte C.