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Scottsville High School Class of 1967

Officers of Scottsville  High School Class of 1967

Name:  Scottsville High School Class of 1967

Date:  1967

Image Number:  1967ScottyP23

Comments:  The Senior Class of 1967 graduated from Scottsville High School (SHS) on 09 June 1967.  One day later, SHS closed permanently on 10 July 1967.  The photo above contains the officers of the 1967 Senior Class, and following are their names and offices:

Front row: Larry Shifflett, President.

Second Row (L to R):  Tommy Stargell, Vice President;  Mary Curtis Conrad, Historian;  Jane Dawson, Treasurer.

Back Row (L to R):  Jim Baber, Secretary;  Martha Alice Golladay, Reporter.

Following are the Senior portraits for the Scottsville High School Class of 1967:
Ginger Marlene Abel Thomas A. Allison, Jr. James Stuart Baber
  Ginger Marlene Abel Thomas A. Allison, Jr. James Stuart Baber
Joyce  Ann Bishop Mary Curtis Conrad Charles William Cookenour
    Joyce Ann Bishop       Mary Curtis Conrad Charles William Cookenour
Corrie Jane Dawson Margaret Alice Golladay Valerie Jean Holt
       Corrie Jane Dawson      Martha Alice Golladay Valerie Jean Holt
John Wayne Johnson Charles Clinton Morris Margaret Gertrude O'Brien
   John Wayne Johnson    Charles Clinton Morris   Margaret Gertrude O'Brien
Larry Ray Peters Sidney Keith Rittenhouse Georgia Eta Rutland
      Larry Ray Peters        Sidney Keith Rittenhouse         Georgia Eta Rutland
William Larry Shifflett Thomas Andrew Stargell Wanda Dale Woody
William Larry Shifflett   Thomas Andrew Stargell         Wanda Dale Woody

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Top Image Located On:  Capturing Our Heritage, 1967 Scotty, pp. 23.
Bottom Images Located On:  Capturing Our Heritage, 1967 Scotty, pp. 22-27.

 

         


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