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Highlander 1966

Highland Springs High School, Highlander 1966 Yearbook

ROBERT COSBY "Expert on

ROBERT COSBY "Expert on Topsoil" Prompt Delivery 101 Westover Ave. Richmond, Va. 737-0697 TUCKER'S "66" SERVICE Mechanicsville Pike at Byron 24 Hour Wrecker Service Road Service Phone: Day 643-1206 Nite Ml 3-3157 BOB'S STEAK HOUSE LAVOGUE CLEANERS Cash, Carry, and Delivery FERN AVEN U E No. I 2005 Chamberlayne Ave. Ml 8-9924 No. 2 Williamsburg Road RE 7-1600 737-4042 'Quality Cleaning Is Our Motto" O NE D AY SERVICE Specializing in Char-Broiled Steaks Laundromat Open 24 Hrs. a Day C H IC K EN SEA FO O D R. W . W A LT O N , PROP. EVERY BA N KIN G SERVICE: Checking Accounts— Business, Regular and Special Savings Accounts, Including Christmas and Vacation Savings Business and Personal Loans Bank by Mail and Night Depository Service Safe Deposit Boxes and Utility-Bill Pay Stations THE FAIRFIELD NATIONAL BANK 109 E. Nine Mile Road Highland Springs, Virginia Member of the Member of the Federal Deposit Federal Reserve System Insurance Corp. F.D.I.C. 246

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    H I 6 H L A N D E R 66 presents Hig

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    4 TO RECORD THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE

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    OUT OF THE WHOLE MAZE OF 9CHOOL LIF

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    8 A8 THI8 8TUDENT DEVELOPS HIS OWN

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    IN CLASSROOM THOUGHT-CLUB CONTRIBUT

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    12 CLASS INDIVIDUALITY-SOCIAL PRACT

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    HIGHLAND SPRINGS AND ITS STUDENTS.

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    THE ANCIENT AXIOM—THE WHOLE 18 EQ

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    18

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    MISS DOROTHY MRS. HELEN H. NICHOLAS

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    MRS. VIRGINIA F. BISHOP Mary Washin

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    LANGUAGES PLACE EMPHASIS ON SPEAKIN

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    U. 9. HI9T0RY TAUGHT BY TEAM METHOD

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    MATH TEACHERS EMPLOY NEW TECHNIQUES

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    SCIENCE CLASSROOMS TAKE NEW APPROAC

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    BAND HOLDS DRIVE FOR NEW UNIFORMS T

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    MRS. NETTIE H . M RS. LO U IS E S.

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    BUSINESS ADDS NEW EQUIPMENT During

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    Linda Burns and Catherine Lehman wr

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    PHY8. ED. CURRICULUM \ . ? { - -3 C

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    ELECTRICITY CLASS DEVISES SWITCHBOA

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    I. C. T. CLASS COMPETES AT HOPEWELL

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    GIBSON TACKLES DISCIPLINARY PROBLEM

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    Mrs. Cleland questions Sandra Timbe

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    George Rowand President 8.C.A. STRI

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    Rodney Kaufman, chairman of the Saf

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    H.8. AIDES EASE ADMINISTRATIVE TASK

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    INTER-CLUB COUNCIL HAS A.F.S. DRIVE

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    BETAS TAKE PART IN COMMUNITY PROJEC

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    KEY CLUB SUPPORTS CITIZENSHIP AT H.

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    Ed Morehouse Editor-in-Chief Donna

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    Diane Miller Copy Editor Sandra Cas

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    NEWSPAPER WINS HIGHEST RATING FOR F

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    HIGHLANDER STAFF REVISES BOOK'S CON

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    72 Judy Isbell and Miriam Williams,

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    Front Row: Larry Horton, Steve Harv

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    RED CROSS EXTENDS GOODWILL TO SOUTH

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    Front Row: Linda Thomas, Judy Wells

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    Front Row: (Seated): Sandra Largen,

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    "PINATA" USED IN "FIESTA" P residen

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    VT W ith the I.C.T. classroom as a

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    A.F.8. STUDENT VISITS FRENCH CLUB P

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    COMBINED CHORUSES ADD BEAUTY AND Du

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    J3 fk* S C ? ” - 3 * - i# . ' T k

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    NEW VOCALIST COMPLIMENTS DANCE BAND

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    VARSITY MAJORETTES ACQUIRE SCOTTISH

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    An exciting play at the 1965 Homeco

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    Chuck Sparks assists Donna G ardner

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    HI-Y SPONSORS PLYMOUTH ROCK PART II

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    GIRLS WITH VARIOUS TALENTS VIE FOR

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    Right: "M y husband had not one mis

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    L. 8TITZER IS The candidates sat in

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    AMNESIA THICKENS PLOT IN "RING AROU

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    BUSYBODY, PLAYBOY. AND GRANDMOTHER

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    Springers and th e ir dates dance t

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    Above: Roy Lacks ponders two exhibi

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    In a skit follow ing the Senior Ban

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    Varied em otional responses re flec

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    Front Row: Ken Coffm an, Bubba O li

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    WIN OVER MANCHESTER BRIGHTENS SEASO

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    Ricky Combs, who proves th a t good

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    Front Row: Frank Pqrterfield, Ted B

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    Steve Harvey shoulders past Freeman

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    Unstoppable Chuck Sparks drives pas

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    In an all-out e ffo rt to g e t the

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    4 INJURIES PLAGUE SPRINGER LASSIES

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    Left Standing: Ray M ansfield, Jim

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    Sp-'nger cheerleaders, led by Betty

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    Kneeling: Head, cheerleader, Janet

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    148 A G eorge W ythe player skillfu

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    Before the start o f the game with

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    THINCLADS HAVE A DISMAL 1-8 LOSING

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    SPRINGERS ORGANIZE TENNIS TEAM FOR

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    HE9ITANT CLA8S OF 66 ENTER8 H.8. FO

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    SENIORS GAIN NEW CLASS SPIRIT AS PE

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    J O H N A N D R E W CAMPBELL ROBERT

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    L IN D A M AE CREWS GEORGE BELCHER

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    FOOTBALL GAMES OFFER DIVERSION FOR

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    TIRING SENIORS GREET WINTER HOLIDAY

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    MID-TERM EXAMS DAMPEN HOLIDAY AS J

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    SENIORS AWAIT WITH APPREHENSION FOR

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    W IL L IA M J O H N JO H N S O N JU

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    NEW CONFIDENCE IN ABILITY EMERGES A

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    JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM FURNISHES SENIOR

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    C A R O LY N DALE N E W C O M B N A

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    SENIOR CLASS LEADERS PLAN TRADITION

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    GRADUATION PRACTICE FILLS LAST DAYS

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    DEPARTING SENIORS FIND THEY HAVE J

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    WITH PRIDE IN ACCOMPLISHMENTS BRUCE

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    C A R O L MEADE W ALKER R IC H AR D

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    A.F.8. STUDENT CIDA MENDONCA TAKES

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    JU N IO R CLASS OFFICERS: Betty Sta

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  • Page 235 and 236: Congratulations IMPERIAL BROOM CO.
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  • Page 261 and 262: GENERAL INDEX A A Capella Choir 87
  • Page 263 and 264: Parker, Ray 206, 74 Parsons, Joyce
  • Page 265 and 266: 1966 HIGHLANDER STAFF Departmental
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