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Highlander 1966

Highland Springs High School, Highlander 1966 Yearbook

THE WHOLE AND THE PART

THE WHOLE AND THE PART OF 1 HIGHLAND SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL in

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    Homeroom Presidents; (Seated) Row I

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    A.F.S. committee member, Bunny Howe

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    Lois Briel, a guidance aide, explai

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    Left to Right Marilyn Hood, Lynn Co

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    N.H.S. HONORS STUDENT LEADERSHIP \4

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    Quill and Scroll: Front Row: Miriam

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    Ed Morehouse, editor of the Brogue,

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    Members of the Fling staff, Velma W

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    Brenda C atlett puts the finishing

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    YEARBOOK PAYS TRIBUTE TO MR. VAN Or

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    NUMEROUS PROJECTS KEEP Y-TEENS BUSY

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    i The F.H.A. members, composing the

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    CLUB HOLDS FAVORITE BOOK POLL Presi

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    COMPULSORY ARBITRATION: YES OR NO?

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    Th Pa U Np Pu Am Cm Bk Cf Es r ~ **

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    CLUB HONORS EMPLOYERS AT D.E. BANQU

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    Dressed in their traditional robes,

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    MEANING TO S.C.A. CHRISTMAS ASSEMBL

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    BAND SPONSORS VARIOUS PROJECTS FOR

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    Monogram Club: Kenny Burnett, Denni

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    COSTUMES FOR APPLE BLOSSOM FESTIVAL

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    CIDA MENDONCA CAPTURE8 CROWN Connie

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    HALLOWEEN DANCE IS SUCCESS For the

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    "Pop the Panthers . . . Frizzle Fri

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    PAGEANT CROWN ' ‘ ■‘U Ellen M

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    C. COOKE REIGNS A8 "OUR FAIR LADY"

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    Donna Gardner's reign as Key C lub

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    Sue Connatser, with the help o f Br

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    ELIZABETH" kept the audience laughi

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    COMPLICATE THE '6 6 SENIOR CLASS PL

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    PROM THEME HAS ATMOSPHERE OF ROMANT

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    SPRINGERS DISPLAY CREATIVE TALENTS

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    Right: W hile a t Kamp Kentwood Sen

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    The solemn mood o f Baccalaureate i

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    1-8-1 SEASON DISQUIETS SPRINGER FAN

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    Riclcy Zeigler tries to fake his wa

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    Ken Goffm an (46) turns o n .th e s

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    STUDENTS LEARN DRIVING SKILLS Brend

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    VAR9ITY CAGERS FINISH WITH 15-5 REC

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    Elbert H odge and Tucker's Collawan

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    Springers' H odge, Hardim an, and H

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    GYM SHOW INTRODUCES NEW TEAM TO SCH

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    W ith a quick slap, "B enjy" Clayto

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    Connie Eborn reflects a mood o f di

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    HOMECOMING HIGHLIGHTS JAYVEE YEAR A

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    Springers Rick Ziegler, Ricky Combs

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    SPRINGERS OPPONENTS 4 Hermitage 3 3

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    W ith strained determ ination, Nick

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    FIRST TIME Last year, Highland Spri

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    FINAL EXPERIENCE WITH SPRINGER LIFE

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    RALLIES CHALLENGE SENIOR SUPERIORIT

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    H A R O LD ALLEN C H AN D LE R BARB

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    M ARGARET JA N E DAVIS R O N A LD E

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    SENIORS FROM SCHOOL RESPONSIBILITIE

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    REBECCA LYNN G O O D W IN W ILLIE L

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    SENIORS BEGIN FINAL SEMESTER AT H.S

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    NOTIFICATION FROM COLLEGE CHOICES T

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    W IL L IA M GEORGE KEENAN STEVEN M

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    SENIORS COMPLETE SCHOOL PROJECTS SU

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    WITH A SPRING BREAK BEFORE EXAMS D

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    ROBERT W A Y N E OLGERS BERNARD EDD

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    OUTINGS AND PROJECTS AS JUNE NEARS

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    HARVEY G LE N N SHARP LIN D A KATHE

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    EXCHANGED LEADERSHIP FOR MATURITY P

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    SENIORS EAGERLY SET FUTURE GOALS M

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    JE AN ELLEN WEST CHARLES T H O M A

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    ACTIVE ROLE IN SCHOOL LIFE AT H.S.

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    JUNIORS TAKE ON ROLES OF LEADERSHIP

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    Barbara Taylor listens intently as

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    Charlene Duling M orris Durnette Sa

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    GRIGGS, S. MADISON CHEER WITH VARSI

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    "DOWN A RIVER OF GOLDEN DREAMS" It

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    STANLEY, B. GRIGGS AS CLASS OFFICER

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    Sherrie Perry G regg Phelps Lewis P

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    Barbara C abell, Linda 'ser, prom c

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    N a n c y Traylor Kenny Trim m er R

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    STITZER AND WHITLOW TIE FOR PRESIDE

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    John Fraysee, a sophomore, daydream

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    J. DAVIDSON HEADS J. V. CHEERLEADER

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    POINDEXTER OVERSEE SOPHOMORE CLASS

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    VARSITY FOOTBALL Julia Jackson fiet

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    CLASS OF 68 GREETED AT H. S. Johnny

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    Jo e Powell Lynne Powell Rick Power

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    Debby Stuart Jim m y Stewart Ricky

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    Ronnie Walsh Shelley Walton Carol W

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    HOM E OFFICE . . R IC H M O N D , V

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    CONGRATULATIONS Class of 1966 FAIRF

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    SELDEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE SILHOUETT

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    BLAIRS DRUG STORE 'Serving the Publ

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    PEOPLES FINANCE SERVICE l e i s h B

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    EDDIE'S DRIVE-IN Williamsburg Road

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    Excitement! Anticipation! One of th

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    ROBERT COSBY "Expert on Topsoil" Pr

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    J. A. BLACK AND SON, INC. 3716 Will

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    K itchin Equipment Co. of Va., Inc.

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    9ENI0R DIRECTORY G LE N D A JE A N

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    SENIOR DIRECTORY S H IR L E Y S A I

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    SENIOR DIRECTORY SA N D R A LEE M A

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    SENIOR DIRECTORY C Y N T H IA LEE S

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    Goodman, Micky 168 Goodman, Pat 2 1

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    1966 HIGHLANDER STAFF Editor-in-Chi

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