On June 6, 1970 we threw our graduation caps into the air and said farewell to our friends and classmates, favorite teachers (maybe not), and to our Alma Mater, Admiral Arthur W. Radford High School. We would no longer rule the school, but began our pursuit to rule the world.
G R A D U A T I O N
D A Y!!!
W I L L
N E V E R
F O R G E T..........
"We bear, each one, our own destiny"
Class Of 1970
College-bound anxiously awaited acceptance. Pictured: Tim Castle takes time between classes to carefully study his notes
Classmates clarifies a paint for Marie Perez during senior week relays
Before repainting the senior patio, the patio committee mixes the paint for the walls
Auld diligently works on an American Problems assignment
Bob Atkins consults Mrs. Vicki Rohe about a problem with his term paper
Senior slaves Margie Dickinson and Jan Keith are ordered to show their dancing talent
Simulating a burn victim, Gail Day patiently awaits medical care (Seniors posed as disaster victims)
Senior cheerleaders Shelly McIIvain and Terry Gambrell spell our Senior Spirit at the Homecoming pep rally
Senior cheerleaders attempt to revive Granny Spirit during a spring rally
With juniors in pursuit Ailsa Ader runs for paydirt
Seniors find a quiet corner to take in between dances
At the Senior Victory Dance, Lyrita Kimbrell and Jeris White groove to the sound of Flash Mud Flow
Jr. Miss contestant Valerie Craigwell sings a selection from Mary Poppins as her talent
During Senior Week, Laurie Rollman takes care not to drop the egg for her team
Director Tony Nottoli offers advise to a cast member of the Senior play during practice