Albemarle High School - Peer Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA)
- Class of 1961
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Albemarle High Sclwool
Here is the reflection of one year at Albemarle High School
4. .inarked by condnued growdh and sphit. .. an ur
creased student body . . . a larger faculty . . . and an ex-
tended building program. As we pause to glance through
this book, we will recapture many pleasant memo1'ies.
The stall sincerely hopes that each person will find himself
reflected in the pages that follow, in this, the 1961 Peer.
Table of Contents
FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION .
SCHOOL PROGRAM ......
With sincere appreciation for her
contributions to the student body
of Albemarle, not only through her
responsibilities as a teacher, but
also through her diligence in pro-
moting school spirit among our
students, we, the seniors of 1961
dedicate the '61 edition of the
Peer to MRS. INETT MAHANES.
MR. BEN F. HURT
MH. HOMER M. KLINE MRS. ELIZABETH BEARD
Assistant Principal MISS MARTHA BAILEY
Mrs. Anna B. Yancey, I. T. Henley, Harry Garth, E. I. Oglesby, F. E. Paulett,
Paul H. Cale, Leslie Walton.
MRS. DAISY B. ADAMS
B.S. in Educutiong English I
MRS. I'IARRIE'l'I'E B. ARMSTRONG
B.A. in Educationg Typing Ig Bookkeeping I
MRS. DOROTHY XV. ATKINS
B.S.g M.Erl.g Physical Scienceg Gencml Science
MR. HARRY A. AUSTIN
B.S. in Ind. Arts Educationg Ind. Artsg Drafting
MRS. ANGELYN A. BAGYVELL
B.A.g Algebra lg General Mathematics
MR. -HUBERT L. BAILEY
B.S.g F.F.A. Clubg Vocational Agriculture
MISS DOROTHY MAE BALLENGEE
B.S. in Educationg Alg. Ig General Mathg Trigonomctryg Plan
MRS. ALEXANDER CHEVRIER
Eighth Grade English and Math
MRS. ANTOINETTE XV. PICCOTT
B.A.g Eighth Grade Artg Art I, II, III, IV
RUBY VIRGINIA BEARD
MRS. LUCILLE C. BOWEN
B.S. in Education: F.T.A. Clubg Eighth Grade English and Geogfaphyg
World H Letory
MR. NORMAN L. BUSSE
B.S. in Agr. Eclucationg F .F .A. Clubg Agriculture
MR. RICHARD N. CAMPER
B.A. in Eng. Literatureg Eighth Grade English and Geogruphyg English I
NANCY L. CHAMBERS
B.A.g Eighth Grade English and Social Studicsg English I
MR. CHARLES L. COSTELLO
Spanish I and Ilg U. S. History
MRS. VIRGINIA R. DOFFLEMYER
B.S.g Chuirg Guidance
MRS. LAURA C. DRUM
B.A. in Mathg Plane and Solid Geometry
MISS MARY R. EDMISTON
A.B.g Eighth Grade Math and Algebra I
MR. JAMES VV. ESTES
M.A.g D. O. Clubg D. O. and Consumer Math
MRS. MATTIE LEE FORNES
Educationg Bible Clubg English Il and Guidance
MRS. MARGARET P. FOYVLER
B.S.g Physical Science
MR. DARRELL C. GARDNER
B.S. in Retailingg D. E. Clubg General Mathg Distributiae Education
MRS. MARJORY COODALL
B.S.g Iourualismg Librariang Sponsor af PEER and HIGHLIGHT
MRS. KATHERINE NV. HANCOCK
.-LB. in Businessg F.B.L.A. Clubg Shorthand I and llg Typing II
MRS. JANE HENLEY
B.A.g Eighth Grade Social Studies and Englishg Literary Club
MRS. ELIZABETH C. HOLLAND
B.S. in Home Ec. Educationg F.H.A. Clubg Home Economicsg
U. S. History
MRS. ELLEN W. HOUSTON
A.B.g Latin Clubg Latin I and II
MRS. KATHRYN P. HUMPHRIES
B.S.g F.B.L.A. Clubg Office Practice and V.O.T.g Guidance
MRS. MARIA A. HURT
B.S. in Home Econnmicsg Home Economicsg F.H.A.
MRS. STACY D. JACKSON
B.A.g Drama Clubg English IIIg Speech and Drama
MISS MARY HANNAH JONES
B.S. in Educationg M.Ed.g Home Economics: F.H.A.
MRS. PATRICIA LANUSSE JONES
B.S.g M.Ed.g Algebrag Plane Geometryg Advanced Math
MR. HARRY WV. KENT
B.A.g U. S. Historyg Baseball Coach
MR. JULIAN N. KING
B.S.. Eighth Grade Mathg Varsity Football, Track, and Eight
MR. JAMES A. LEITCH
B.A.g B.S.g Physical Educationg Health: Drivers' Education
MR. ROBERT C. LEXVIS
in Educatiang M.Ed. in Guidanceg Guidance Director
MR. KENNETH NV. LINDSAY
A.B.g M..-Lg Biologyg Chemist:-yg Physics
MRS. JANE H. MADDOCK
A.B.g Frcnchg World Histaryg French Club
MISS MARY A. MADDRY
A.B.g Student Councilg English lIIg Latin I
MRS. INETT H. MAHANES
B.A.g English Ig English IVg Ir. Red Cross Council
MRS. ELIZABETH M. MARTIN
B.A.g M.A.g Physical Educationg Healthg G.A.A.g lr. Varsity Cheerleaders
MR. HARRY E. .NULL
B.S.g Monogram Clubg Physical Educationg Healthg Athletic Director
MISS BEVERLY ANN PEARCE
B.S.g Typingg General Businessg Girls' Tennis Team
1 MISS TRESA F. QUARLES
B.S. in Education: G.A.A.g Physical Educatiang Healihg Varsity
Clwerlernling Spansorg Coach Girls' Varsity Basketball
MR. IVILLIAM H. RAINES
B.S.g Monogram Clubg Healthg Physical Education
MR. LAIRD L. RUSH
A.B.g M.ErI.g Healthg Physical Education
MR. JAMES XV. SIMMONS
B.S. in Music Eduaatiang M.Ed.g Bandg Eighth Grade Musicg Band Club
MR. LEROY H. SMITH, JR.
B.S. in Education: Industrial Arts Cluhg Prcviectors' Clubg 1nd. Arts 1g
Drafting 11g Wuorlmvurlcingg Auturncclmnics
MISS ELIZABETH C. STALLARD
B.S.g Bialaggg General Scicnceg F.T.A.
MRS. MARY T. STALNAKER
A.B.g Eighth Grade Social Studiesg English
MISS ELIZABETH SUTHERLAND
B.S.g M.A.g English 1115 English 1V
' MR. JOSEPH L. TRICE
B.A.g Eighth Grade Science
MR. ROBERT B. TURNER
MRS. RUTH C. UPDIKE
Reg. Nursvg Practical Nursingg Future Nurses' Club
MRS. MARGUERITE B. VINES
A.B.g C.A.A. Clnbg Physical Erlucationg Driver Training
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MRS. LADY B. YVALTON
B.S.g Library Clalzg Librarian
MR. NEIL si. YOUNG '
13.5.5 VV0rld Histaryg Warld Gcagraplzyg Gouernmcntg Student Council
A new and worthwhile addition
to the program at Albemarle was
added this year, a guidance de-
partment, under the direction of
. Mr. Robert C. Lewis. Its goals are
to render a service to the students
and to help co-ordinate their high
school careers by steering them in
the right direction from the very
beginning. Next year an even
smoother program will he in op-
eration. New guidance counseling
rooms are under construction now
for use next September and more
counselors are preparing for guid-
This year the Art De artment
has been greatly expanded and
improved. Its members undertook
the job of producing a set for the
Albemarle Players' production of
"Charley's Aunt" and brought
forth a stylized set for three acts.
In addition, they did the decora-
tions for the annual homecoming
dance, and the set for "The Mon-
key's Paw." Many times coming
school events are announced with
the help of the Art De artment.
In art classes, new fiellds, which
include the study of colors, de-
signing, ceramics, work in pastels,
lettering and poster making, and
perspective, have been introduced.
The hysical education program at Albemarle for members of the eighth,
ninth, and, tenth ades, consists of numerous activities and courses designed to
give students social!-and physical training.
The students artici ate in various athletic activities such as basketball, softball,
tumbling, volle hai, andp tennis. Courses in health, first aid, and drivers' education
are also offered, through the physical education program.
The Social Studies Department of Albemarle aims to develop an appreciation
and understanding of our cultural heritage. Its purposes Dare. to acquaint students
with philosophies of history, govemment and economics, to instill a sense of responsi-
bility as a citizen, to promote interest in current events, and to provide Pupils with
training in critical thinking. Albemarle's courses in social studies mc ude U. S.
History, U. S. Govemment, World History, civics, and geography.
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The English Department aspires to encourage and
promote good written and oral expression. It seeks
to cultivate and instill an appreciation and under-
standing of fine literature in the students at Albe-
The eighth, ninth, and tenth grade courses con-
sist of a study of various literary selections and a
study of basic grammar. The eleventh grade course
includes a study of American authors and their
works and the twelfth grade course emphasizes
English authors and selections. Both the eleventh
and twelfth year courses review the principles and
application of grammar in reference to composition
and other activities.
S eech and drama and journalism are areas in-
cluded in the English Department.
Home economics is a course designed to teach the students the basic principles
of homemaking. It is education in the present, as well as preparation for home-
making in the future. The development of basic beliefs concerning the contribution
that the family may make to the development of individuals and communities and
the essential skills for strengthening this contribution are the primary goals of the
program. These beliefs and skills become increasingly important as society becomes
more complex and individuals and family groups are faced with many problems
which affect their health. happiness and economic well-being.
The Mathematics Department consists of courses which will develo skills and
abilities and stress accuracy and facility in the mathematic areas of, geometry,
algebra, and trigonometry.
The curriculum is designed to contribute to the present and future needs of
individual pupils. The total mathematics department consists of thirty-three sections
and 974 students.
Drivers' training is a six-week non-credited course set up
to instruct students in driving automobiles. Students, starting
the course are first instructed in the mechanical parts of the
car before they are allowed to get behind the wheel. In
addition students learn how to keep a car in good condition
and what to do in the case of any emergenc he might
encounter while driving. .The main objective ofy the course
is to produce safer drivers.
The Business Education Department at Albemarle is set
up to prepare students for initial employment in secretarial,
stenographical, and general clerical positions immediately
upon graduation. Subjects taught are: typewriting I and II,
shorthand I and II, bookkeeping I, general business, clerical
practice, and vocational office training. The department
furnishes courses in the business department according to
students' interests and abilities. It also offers typewriting,
bookkeeping, and general business subjects to students for
their own personal use.
The Music Department of Albe-
marle High is divided into three sec-
tions, chorus, band, and orchestra.
The chorus, under the direction of
Mrs. Virginia Dofliemyer, consists of
a concert, chapel, and girls' choir.
Annually they present spring and
Christmas concerts consisting of all
three choirs along with the orchestra
under the direction of Miss Eleanor
Dickerman. Each year from the con-
cert choir, members are chosen to
participate at All-State Chorus in
February and in March they go to
The band, under the direction of
Mr. James WH Simmons, also presents
annual concerts and participates in
All-State Band and the Festival.
Albemarle offers three foreign languages, Latin, French, and
Spanish. The programs' aims are to develop the ability to read and
write the languages, as well as to speak them. It stresses the languages
as a means of communication of thoughts, ideas, and emotions of the
particular people and their way of life.
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Albemarle's library contains approximately 7000 volumes
plus an excellent supply of magazines and newspa ers. It
affords excellent audio-visual equipment, including fillnstrips,
projectors, record players, recordings, and tape recorders.
Students who are members of the Library Club help in the
library during their study halls each day.
The library is a resource center of materials for both
students and teachers and it encourages their use.
Construction work begun last summer will greatly reduce
crowded conditions at Albemarle. Eight new classrooms are
being added to the school to be used for study halls, math,
D.E. and I.C.T., health, English, journalism, and social
The library is being enlarged to include Room 118. This
additional space will be used for increased shelf space, a
larger magazine room, and a sound-proof conference room.
Teachers using the conference room will be able to guide
students in library activities without disturbing the entire
The guidance department will be located next to the oflice
where Room 105 used to be. It will include three offices
for guidance conferences and a waiting room.
The Science Department at Albemarle
consists of courses in general science,
biology, chemistry, and physics. Em-
phasis is placed on KU understanding
and applying scientific princi lesg 125
using the scientific method, and C31 de-
veloping good attitudes and interests
related to science. There were 834 stu-
dents enrolled in science courses this
Industrial arts and the shop courses
teach the student many industrial skills
and practices. Aside from the many
courses of drawing, designing, metal
working, basic auto-mechanics, and elec-
tronics, the student may learn to co-
operate with others and ap reciate and
use industrial products. Health and safe-
ty are stressed in the shops.
BEST ALL ROUND
ANN ADAMS AND DON OTT
JEAN TRIMBLE AND
MOST UNF ORGETTABLE MOST DBAMATIC I
PAT VVARD AND CORY KELSEY ROSAMUND LYSTER AND MARTIN WVORK
MOST DEPENDABLE MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
MARILYN BURTON AND MAC LAFFERTY NANCY EAGLE AND DAVID GARTI-I
MOST POPULAR BEST LOOKING
CHRIS MOONAN AND TOBY BROWN MARY SHARPE AND TOM CLARKE
LOLLY TYLER AND MARK FINN SANDRA BOLICK AND MARTY RUNKLE
MOST AMBITIOUS FRIENDLIEST
AUDREY ALLEN AND PATTON BOYLE SHIRLEY LEAKE AND IIMMY FRENCH
MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED MOST ATHLETIC
SEATED: CHARLOTTE DANIEL AND STANDING: CLAUDIA ZIMMERMAN AND
A WALKER POWELL DONALD LAYMAN
MOST SINCERE MOST STUDIOUS
NANCY STORY AND JOHN CUBERO SUSAN TERRY AND ALLAN BARKER
These students, chosen by the
faculty, are among those in
the class of 1961 who have
made marked contributions
both to their class and to their
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REPRESENTATIVES-Ann Addington and Carolyn Robertsong FRESHMAN
REPRESENTATIVE-Barbara Wellsg EICHTH GRADE REPRESENTATIVES
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jim Abell, Floyd Massey, Chuck Hunter.
COACH IULIAN KING AND.
COACH XVILLIAM BAINES
First row: Pete McDaniel,
Al Sprouse, Floyd Massey,
John Cubero, Cory Kelsey,
jim French, Richard Dy -
sterhouse. Second row:
Marvin Reese, Donnie
Layman, Don Ott, Toby
CULPEPER 0, ALBEMARLE 13
Albemarle, chalking up win number one,
defeated a determined Culpeper eleven by the
heroics of the defensive lines. Three times the
Blue Devils were stopped inside the Patriots'
five-yard line. Outstanding performers were
Sprouse, McDaniel, Massey, Cronk, Kelsey, Ott,
ALBEMARLE 0, BUENA VISTA 14
In their second district game of the season,
the Red and Blue fell before a determined
Buena Vista eleven. Due to a ferocious ground
attack on the part of Buena Vista's Wendall
Coleman, the Patriots were unable to subdue
the Blues. Standout performers for Albe-
marle were: Work, Garrison, Layman, Cubero,
McDaniel, and Ott.
ALBEMARLE 6, DOUGLAS FREEMAN 24
The Patriots, in their opening game, fell before
a heavier and more experience Douglas Free-
man eleven, which went pretty much as experts
predicted. Albemarlels only touchdown was a
67-yard pass-interception by Don Ott. Standout
performers for the Red and Blue were: Don
Ott, Cory Kelsey, Pete McDaniel, Toby Brown,
Herbert Craddock, Don Layman, Al Sprouse,
john Cubero, and Sterling Gibson.
STAUNTON 7, ALBEMARLE 7
A letdown in team spirit and determination
was the cause of the Patriots, second loss of the
season to their Valley District foe. Due to a
determined Staunton team in the second half,
they rallied to tie the Red and Blue in the
closing fourth quarter. Outstanding performers
for the Patriots were: Work and Reese.
ALBEMARLE 23, LOUISA 13
Before a homecoming crowd of 1500 fans, the
Patriots rolled up 357 yards rushing to defeat
the Rebels of Louisa County. Due to the com-
bined efforts of the first and second string, the
Patriots smothered their homecoming opponent.
Outstanding performers for Albemarle were:
Layman, Albee, Brown, Reese, Ott, Strickler,
Falwell, Work, Gibson, Wright, Clarke, and
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Halfback Halfback End Halfback ' Quarterback
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Fight, boys, letls win win this game
And stand, Patriots, cheer them on
To win-win this game tonight.
Letls all give a cheer-Rah! Rah! Rah!
On to the goal line, boys,
Let,s go for a touchdown, boys.
Fight, boys, let's win this game
DONALD LAYLIAN For dear old Albemarle!
STERLING GIBSON JOHN CUBERO DAVID CARTH TOM CLARKE CLYDE CARRISON
Guard Center Guard Center Guard
Undefeoted Junior Varsity Team !
First row: Bobby Gough, Mike McCann, Jim Pyles, Bill Tyler, Butch Hudgins, Steve Lydick, Allen Shifllet, john Wilson,
Eddie jette, Tommy Turner. Second row: Tommy Massey, Steve Price, Danny Falwell, Bennett Barnes, Dale Roberts,
Eddie Herring, Douglas Wood, Paul Carmody, Ray Kyser. Third row: Steve Clarke, Herbert Drolsha en, Dick Voris,
Lindsay Herigington, Wayne.Ca.rver, Paul-Stacy, Mike Strickler, Robert Sprouse. Fourth row: Ed Nui Coach, Mason
rg Charles Costello, Coach. Not Pictured: Charles Barnes, Billy
Albemarle ' Visitors
13 ...... .... W aynesboro 0
20 . . . ..... Fishburne 7
7 . .... Buena Vista 0
13 . . . .... Waynesboro 0
20 . . . . . .Buena Vista 7
7 .................................... Miller 0
The Patriot's Junior Varsity football team finished their
season with a 6 and 0 record.
The overall defensive strength of the team proved its
ability by allowing only two touchdowns during the six
game schedule. The offensive team featured a well co-
ordinated line with a quartet of speedy, running backs.
Outstanding defensive players were Paul Stacy at
right linebacker, Eddie Herring at left linebacker, and
Steve Price at defensive end. Offensive standouts were
Charles Barnes at fullback, Steve Lydick and Danny Falwell
at the halfback positions. Co-captains of the J. V. team
were Jim Abell and Danny Falwell.
The J. V.'s winning season may be attributed to the
combined coaching efforts of Mr. Ed Null and Mr. Charles
Costello. Mr. Costello came to the Albemarle coaching
staff from Fluvanna High School, where he coached varsity
football for nineteen years.
Coaches, Mr. Ed Null and Mr. Charles Costello
First brow: Karl Mea-rns, Captaing john Cronk, Donnie Layman, Bobby Albee, Bobby Poole, Don Ott, Duffy Wood. Second
row: Butch Harlow, Donnie Wright, Donald Corley, jack Knowles, Al Sprouse, Roger Thurston, Mr. Ed Null, Coach.
MR. ED NULL
A-69 .... ..... F luvanna-34
A-33 .... ...... W aynesboro-56
A-67 .... . . . Natural Bridge-61
A-54 .. ...... Culpeper-24
A-72 . . ....... Alumni-55
A-54 . . ..... Fluvanna-20
A-52 . . . . . Buena Vista-64
A-42 . . ..... Lee High-54
A-42 .. ....... Lexington-48
A-39 . . . . . Natural Bridge-60
A-31 . . . .... Waynesboro-63
A-38 . . . ..... Lee High-63
A-34 . . . .... Lexington-41
A-54 . . . . . . Harrisonburg-48
A-57 . . . . . . Parry McCluer-69
A-59 . . . ...... Culpeper-44
A-62 . . . . . . Harrisonburg-65
A-63 . . . . .. Natural Bridge-83
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First row: Mr. Rush, Coaclzg Eddie Herring, Terry Vogt, Lane Gerhardt, Billy
Reed, David Moyer. Second row: Tommy Bickers, Danny Falwell, Iohnny
Rivers, joe Strickler. Third row: Larry Smith, jimmy Lasley, jimmy Mullendore,
jimmy Rivers, Charles Oliver, Robert Sprouse, Manager. Fourth row: Tom
Massey, Bill Tyler, Bill Rockwood, Danny Kusic, Carl McAllister.
MR. LAIRD RUSH
. . . Fluvanna
. . . . NVaynesboro
. Natural Bridge
. . . . . Culpeper
. . . Fluvanna
. . . Buena Vista
. . . Waynesboro
. . . . R. E. Lee
. . . Buena Vista
.. . . . . Culpeper
Alb. Eighth Grade
First row: D. L. Roberts, Bob
Wlatson, Eddie Herring, Wayne
Mawyer, Iimmy Mullendore,
Mike Wofter, Kevin Cowen,
M anager. Second row: Mr. Laird
Rush, Coach, Ray Kaiser, George
Smith, Charles Strauss, Buddy
Tomlin, Billy VV ard, Massie Ray,
David Propst, Kenny Sprouse,
"Boogey', McAllister, jimmy Cib-
son, Bruce' Toms.
First row: Donnie Layman, Rob-
ert Hathaway, Karl Mearns, Roy
Herring, Donnie Carrison, Larry
Mullendore, Clinton Yowell,
Duify Wood. Second row: Stan-
ley Butler, Manager, Carroll
Herring, Donnie VVright, Iohn
Cronk, Donnie Kennedy, Marty
Runkle, Roger Thurston, Charles
Oliver, Bob Albee, Paul Stacy,
Mr. Harry Kent, Coach, Dennis
Eighth Grade Football
First row: Iim Dandridge, Ray
Egeland, Robert Burton, Van
Ott, Dan Hale, G, A. Baker,
David Booth, David Bradbury,
Thomas Kesler, Mike Knowles.
Second row: Gary Garber, Ierry
Snead, Harry Burnett, Ed Strick-
ler, Timmy Brown, Richard
Voris, Chip Cheape, David Wy-
ant, George Ga , David Propst,
Bruce Woodruillj Larry Richard-
son, Bobby Duncan.
First row: Bobby Duncan,
Lewis jones, Van Ott, Ashle
Williams, Norris Woodzell,
David Booth, Mike Walton,
Ralph Carter, Philli Hensley,
King Pace. Seconffrow: Bill
McDiarmid, Stanley Butler,
Harry Burnett, Johnny Cokes,
Charlie Strauss, jimmy Dan-
dridge, G. A. Baker, Mike
Knowles, Larry Richardson,
Larry Mundy, Richard Wood,
Skippy McCormack, Champ
Lawson, Mr. Laird Rush,
Coach. Third row: David
Moyer, Manager, David
Propst, Larry Barnes, Larry
Pugh, Raymond james, David
Wyant, Timmy Brown, David
Garth, Eddie Strickler, George
Gay, Bob Vest, Gary Garber,
Buddy Withers, Bruce Wood-
First row: Mary Sharpe, Chris Moonan, Sandra Bolick, Head, Kim Gambrell,
Charlotte Daniel, Co-head. Second row: Iudy Lanum, Carolyn Robertson, Pam
Knight, Veegie Parker.
A Tribute To The Cheerleaders
Last june, when school work was over for most and
play began for many, the cheerleaders began a hard-
working summer campaign. They practiced week in and
week out, and had several rummage sales to earn money
for new uniforms.
School started and their hard work began to pay off,
but not to end. Immediately they began to push school
spirit-making posters, selling pom-poms, promoting inter-
est in bus trips and pep rallies. They, alone, were re-
sponsible for the Homecoming Parade, one of the main
events of the weekend. The day basketball season opened,
the cheerleaders appeared in new uniforms-red vests with
the school seal, white skirts and red shoes.
A big hand and a vote of thanks go to the cheerleaders
and to Miss Tresa Quarles, their sponsor, who has provided
them with much of their inspiration.
CHARLOTTE 1?ANIEL CHRIS MOONAN PAM KNIGHT JUDY LANUM
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Ann Addington, Cheryl Roberts, Dana
Sharpe, Pat Blackwell.
First row: Claudia Zimmerman, Audrey Allen. Second row: Carol Zimmerman, WVatts Maupin, Vickie Gillis, Caroly
Clark, Rachel Morris, Penny VVoodruff, Ann Adams, Linda Tomlin,,Brenda Dunn, janet Springborn, Indy Smith, Kathy
Green, Missie Scott. -
First row: Audrey Allen, Co-captain, Claudia Zimmerman,
Co-captain. Second row: Miss Tresa Quarles, Coach, Beth
MacKay, Manager, Mrs., Elizabeth Martin, Coach.
This year,s girls' basketball team was
strong on defense but lacked experienced
offensive players. All but three members
of the team will return next year, so the
future looks bright. Vicky Gillis' was
recognized at the Athletic Banquet as
the high scorer for the year, and Penny
Woodruff received the Most Valuable
Rosamund Lyster, Ian Armentrout, Debbie Englert, Deedee Drake, Watts Maupin, Carol Townsend. Not Pictured:
Linda Richardson, jane Stevens.
The tennis team had a winning season
this year in matches against VVaynesboro,
YVilson Memorial, and Saint Anne's. All of
the girls on the team were commended for
their outstanding performances on the
court. The Most Valuable Player's Award
went to Rosamund Lyster, who had the
highest rating on the team.
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FLUTES: Dana Gerhardt, Ronnie Gentry, Donna Rappolt, Garland Spangler, Barbara NVQ-ills, Martha Smith. SOPRANO
CLARINETS: Sally Carter, Paul Smith, Patton Boyle, Allen Carver, Douglas Gibson, Fey Lyster, Louis Redden, Mary
jane Nottingham, john Parson, K. G. Flowers, Bonnie Cromer, Beth MacKay, joan Tisdale, Marty Runkle, Susan Mum-
mey, Dewey Garrison, Lloyd Toms, Mary Carter Bishop, Billy Ward, David Colvert, Douglas Patterson, Miles Seifert,
Michaela Longley, Colleen Southall. ALTO CLARINETS: Judy Sandridge, Mary Frances Wood. BASS CLARINETS:
Margaret Fowler. OBOES: Henry Schwarting, Roxanne Webster. BASSOON: Patty Tomlin. ALTO SAXOPHONES:
Billy Estes, john Cubero, Francis XVithers. TENOR SAXOPHONE: David Robinson. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Bobby
Albee. FRENCH HORNS: David Lambert, joey Goldsmith, Sammy Belew, Charles Leake, Mike Walton. CORNETS:
Roger Standley, Lewis Dudley, Mann Duff, Richard Swift, Ted Early, Herbert Drolshagen, Charles Barksdale, William
Bishop, Thomas Kessler, jerry Maupin. BARITONE: Douglas johnson. TROMBONES: William Taylor, Shelton Ritchie,
Lyle Garth, Ronnie Nay. BASSES: Buddy Rittenhouse, jesse Seale. PERCUSSION: Carl Judge, Steve Price, 'Danny
Falwell, David Falwell, john Titus, Mason Powell. '
Intermediate Bond Beginning Bond
Steve Conley, Danny Hale, Charles Foster, Dale Purnell, First row: jean Rittenhouse, Rebecca Ashby, Nancy
Lane Gerhardt, Paul Verburg, Charles Milton, George Proffit, Stanley Butler, Margie Kidd, Betty Ward, Carolyn
Darnell. Via, Pam Hardy, Nancy Townsend, Phyllis Taylor,
Kathryn Moore. Second row: Bobby Burton, Tom Mc-
Cormick, Andy Johnson, David Garth, Dale Kems, King
First row: XVilliam Taylor, Treasurer, Paul Smith, Vice President, .Ioan Tisdale, Secretary, Allen Carver, President, David
Lambert. Second row: Buddy Toms, Ronnie Gentry, Susan Munnney, Mary Wood, Judy Sandridge, Michaela Long-
ley, Sally Carter, Douglas Gibson, Martha Smith. Third row: joey Goldsmith, Roger Standley, Jerry Maupin, Charles
Barksdale, Michael Xvalton, Buddy VVithers, Colleen Southall, Billy Bishop, Garland Spangler, Douglas Patterson, Carl
Judge. Fourth -row: Billy Estes, Lyle Garth, Shelly Ritchie, Marty Runkle, Richard Swift, Mann Duff, K. G. Flower,
Ronnie Nay, Charles Leake, Buddy Rittenhouse, jesse Seale, Billy VVard, Dewey Garrison.
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Floyd Massey, Elaine Cook, Susan Firth, Pat Young, Miss Eleanore Dickerman.
The purpose of the Bible
Club is to broaden its
members' knowledge of the
Bible and to encourage
Christian fellowship. This
year pastors of the various
re li gio u s denominations
visited the club and spoke
to the members. On
Thanksgiving the club sent
food to- a needy family and
on Easter made novelties
for ,the Children's Reha-
First row: Sheila Trunzo, Reporter, Betty Critzer, Secretary-Treasurer, Bruce Smith, Presi-
dent, Elizabeth Seiler, Chaplain, Faye Hurtt, V ice-President. Second row: George Tilman,
Sally Young, Margie Kidd, Nancy Proffit, Charlotte McDaniel, Betty Faulconer, Gloria
Baughan, Nancy Yowell, Marty Gibson, Virginia Proffitt, Lois Cason. Third row: Steve
Conley, jean Rittenhouse, Phyllis Taylor, Betty Sue Amiss, Elinor Umderstock, Mary
Frances Thurston, Ioyce Truslowe, Evon Tomlin, Ann Albert, Donald Rohm, Ray Kyser,
Charles McAllister, Denna DeHooge, Tulita Owens, Mrs. Mattie Lee Fornes.
The purpose of the Albe-
marle Players' is to offer an
opportunity, for students in-
terested in theater or any
work having to do with dra-
matics, to participate in pro-
ductions and related work.
Some of the plays which
the Players have produced in
past years are: "The Man
VVho Came To Dinner," "Our
Townf, and "Charley,s Aunt."
Each year the players take
part in the Virginia Drama
Festival in which they pre-
sent a one act play, which is
judged on the basis of three
ratings, creditable, superior,
and distinguished. Last year
the group won the distin-
guished rating for their pro-
duction of "Box and Cox."
For this year's Drama Festi-
val, the Players produced
"The Monkeys Pawf,
First row: Sally Terry, Cabell Smith, Walker Powell, Sue Allen, Nancy Yowell. Second row:
Patricia Fitzgerald, Betsy Cockerille, Sally White, Fey Lys ter, Margaret Sanborn, Mary
Lou Respess. Third row: Diane Sturtevant, Belle Malbon, Mason Powell, Iohn XVynne,
Judy Dunn, Diane Robinson. Fourth row: Betsy Englander, Margie Fowler, Roxy VVeb-
ster, Dana Gerhardt, Mary Jane Nottingham. Fifth row: George Sanborn, Tom Ward, Torn
Parson, Danny Hale, Eddie Gentry.
First row: Marty Work, Vice-President, Rosamund Lyster, President, Mrs. Stacy jackson, Sponsor,
Walker Powell, Georgia Finnigan. Second row: Susan Terry, Sarah Bean, Pat Ward, Avon Sargeant,
Anne Wilson, Linda Richardson. Third row: Laura Work, DeeDee Drake, Ian Arrnentrout, Cindy
Bolick, Katha' Lux, jean Gabrielson. Fourth row: Tom Clarke, Frances Crafaik, Tonchie Vest, Andy
Johnson, De bie Englert.
First row: David Bradbury, Mollie Fornes, Martha Smith, Herbert Craddock, Paul Carmody, Betty Hunter, Teresa Cren-
Shaw, Nancy Eagle, Ann Adams, Van Ott, Tommy Kesler, Mac Laiferty. Second row: Douglas W'ood, Patsy Davis, Eunice
Henwood, Joyce jones, Diana Ryan, Pat VValker, Beverly Lawson, Sally Terry, Linda Reynolds, Cheryl Roberts, Wilson
Smith, Harry Burnett, Miss Mary Maddry, Sponsor, Danny Kusic. Third row: Robert Sprouse, Pat Ward, Pam Knight,
Sandra Liberati, VVatts Maupin, Carolyn Senter, Harriett Lombard, Marty Runkle, David VVyant, john Clark, Steve
Clarke, Tom Parson.
Every student at Albemarle is a member of the Student
Co-operative Association. The student body elects its
officers and its representatives. In an effort to inform all
students of S.C.A. activities, the minutes of all meetings
are read in each homeroom.
The Student Council strives to sponsor activities that
will benefit Albemarle and its students. The honor code
and the merit system were introduced by S.C.A. members
this year and a foreign exchange student fund was started.
All of the students participated in the Christmas project
and in doing so brought happiness to three needy families.
A formal Christmas dance, a homecoming dance, one
sock hop, Color Day, and Club Night were sponsored by
The Student Council is an organization of service, the
main purpose being to create better relationships between
the students and their school.. A
The S.C.A. slogan is "the school and community grow-
ing togetherf' its emblem a flaming torch, its flower the
Dogwood, and its colors green and white.
A bulletin board in the hall informs students of S.C.A. activities.
S.C.A. officers: Teresa Crenshaw, Vice-Presidentg
Nancy Eagle, Presiflcntg Mac Lafferty, State Vice-
Prcsirlenfg Ann Adams, Secrefuryg Betty Hunter,
Ilomecoming Dance sponsored by the S.C.A. was attended
by many ot Albemarlcs students.
Delegates to the State S.C.A. Convention were Paul
Carmody, Pam Knight, and Mac Lafferty.
First row: joan Sacre, Secretary-Treasurer, Marian Mowbray, President, Betty Jones, Re-
porter, jimmy Mullendore, V-ice-President. Second rozo: George Tilman, Kathy Hanlan,
Glena Alrich, Linda Beasley, Lynn Malory, Barbara Burnett, jackie Trimble, Carol Iean
Rinley, Bernice Haney, Martha Michie, Sally Strauss, Brenda Shifflett. Third row: Miss
Stallard, Sherry Manley, Ginny Brookman, Cynthia Zoulis, Rebecca Springer, Dean Nor-
ford, Christina Frazier, Peck Maupin, Betty Mays, Linda Fitzgerald, Martha Armen-
trout, Marie Harris, Lila Faye VVood, Carolyn Somma.
First row: jimmy Stork, Reporter, Floyd Massey, Presidentg Robert Sprouse, Secretary,
Rebecca Ashby, Presidentg Barbara James, Rosa Batten. Second row: Van Ott, Lewis
jones, Dennis Moseman, Greg Poirier, Danny Rohm, Wilbert Breeden. Third row: Lar-
ry Pugh, George Sullivan, King Pace, David Ludwig, Richard Sturtevant, Larry Greasy,
Bill Gillikin, Robert Durrer, Roy Shitlett, Harold Ward, Bobby Michie.
' Teo chers
The purpose of the Future
Teachers of America is to
foster the development of
desirable characteristics es-
sential to the teaching pro-
fession and to promote lead-
ership among its members.
The F.T.A. sent dele ates
to the Virginia State Educa-
tion Convention this year
and sponsored a banquet at
which awards were pre-
sented to outstanding club
The purpose of 4-H Club
work is the development of
boys and girls into worth-
while, citizens. Club mem-
bers carry on projects and
participate in demonstration
contests. The Albemarle club
is divided into a girls' club
and a boys' club. Girls, proj-
ects include, Looking Your
Best, Meal Preparation, and
Entomology. Boys partici-
pate in projects such as trac-
tor maintenance and wild
life. Each year the club
recognizes N a tio n al 4-H
Week and Rural Life Sun-
day with special activities.
First row: Mr. Bailey, Clarence Roberts, Donnie Garrison, Albert Schwarzenboeck, Kent Houchens, Wayne Miller, Cam-
eron Thomas, Buddy Rittenhouse, N. L. Busser. Second row: Allen Cutright, Iames Apperson, james McAllister, Iames
Blackwell, Larry Pugh, Charles Vanderveer, William Powell, john Pugh, Mercer Gamett, Clifford Mahanes. Third row:
Billy Estes, Robert Yowell, Leroy Shifllett, Ronald North, Jimmy Herring, Charles Barksdale, Buddy ilones, Donald Gar-
rison, Richard Poines, Wilbert Breeden, Monnie Hensley, Frank Sudduth, Wayne Duncan, George Su livan. Fourth row:
Donald Casley, Roger Thurston, Leonard Cromer, Wilson Shifllett, Jerry Harris, Ronnie Nay, D. L. Roberts, David Fal-
well, Richard Sturtevant, Samuel Romsey, I. P. Davis, Charles Strauss. Fifth row: john Barbour, Charles Baughn, Carl
McAllister, Bradley Gibson, Raymond Hite, Leonard Lewis, Melvin Faris, Harry Blake, Raymond Egeland, Iohn Sprouse,
Hallas Collier, Kermit Roberts, Lacy Mawyer, William Ward. Sixth row: Donald Woodson, Michael Wolfrey, Mason
Fisher, Iames Morris, Tommy Frazier, Lames Morris, David Propst, Ray Wood, William Atkeison, Theodore Kennedy,
Kenneth Sprouse, joe Pugh, Montie Kir y, George Baker. Seventh row: Bill McDiarmid, Bob Lydick.
The Future Farmers' entry in the homecoming
parade with Debbie Englert as F.F.A. Sweetheart
won second place.
Future Farmers of America
The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the
development of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizen-
ship. Club activities for the year included an agri-business trip
to Richmond and a Parent-Son banquet. Club members built
a hot bed for growing plants, planned landscaping for com-
munity church grounds, and participated in agriculture judging
contests. The club entered a float in the Homecoming Parade
which won second prize in the float division.
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First row: Patricia Burns, Vice-Chairman, Deanne Norford, Chairman, Lynn Hopkins, Secretary, Bernice Haney, Treas-
urer, Virginia Brookman, Reporter, Patricia Acree, Historian, Mrs. Maria Hurt, Sponsor. Second row: Sharon Loeser,
Carole Birckhead, Elizabeth Eubank, Polly Dobbins, Linda Wyant, Sheila Fielding, Dale Wilson, Ianice Lively, Karla
Taggart, Betty Haney, Donna Shiflett, Hazel Redlands, Patricia Naylor. Third row: Carolyn Mawirer, Barbara Rosen-
krans, Carol Barksdale, Brenda Canody, Betty' Mays, Pauline Graves, Beverly Lawson, Gerleane Hens ey, Barbara Dooley,
Linda Leake, Mary Frazier. Fourth row: Glenna Alrich, Sherry Manley, Florence Gibson, Cynthia Zoulis, Lucy Gibson,
Brenda Farrish, Pearl Estes, Elizabeth Dabney, jean Gibson, Brenda Sprouse, Ioan Chapman, julia Shaver, Shirle r
Gibson, Alice Clarity, Carolyn Sullivan, Beverly Ward, Judy Farish, Nancy Morris, Sylvia Goad, Bonnie Morris, Ruth
Blackwell, Hilda McKay.
The motto of F.H.A., "Toward New Horizons,"
expresses the purpose of the organization-learning
to live better today, so that our lives and those of
our families will be better tomorrow. A special
activity of the club is an annual fashion show in
which the girls model garments they have made.
The biggest event of the year is a banquet served by
the Future Farmers.
Summer activities include a week at camp in
First row: Dwight Andrews, P-resident, jimmy Bunch, Vice-President, Pete'McDan-
iel, Secretary. Second row: Miss Dorothy Ballengee, Sponsor, John Bias, Robert Wil-
liams, Steve Anslow, Gary Bugg, jack Yowell, Eddie Campbell, Terry Fitzgerald,
Allen Carver. Third row: Lane Gerhardt, Bobby Green, Roger Standley, Carl judge,
David Lambert, Mrs. Patricia Jones, Sponsor.
First row: john Cokes, Gundars Osvalds, Treasurer, Jimmy Rivers, Secretary, Ralph
Gould, President, Edward Jette, Vice-President, Mr. joseph Trice, Sponsor. Second
row: Garland Gentry, David Booth, Bill Eastwood, George Bruce, Bobby Burton.
Third row: Donald Hudgins, David Colvert, john Wynne, Douglas Wood, Albert
Swartz, Robert Stobie, George Sanborn, Robert Eby. Fourth row: Thomas Ward,
Samuel Belew, Charles Grossman, Timmy Brown, Fred Liady, Douglas Patterson,
Charles Sorrell, Terry Vogt.
The pur ose of the Math Club
is to stimulhte interest in mathe-
matics, to explain the job possi-
bilities of math fields, and to
pursue logical thinking as it
aplplies to math and related
The main objective of the club
is to initiate a group of chess
players called the "Albemarle
Checkmatesf' and to investigate
the possibility of tournament
play with other schools.
The purpose of the Electronics
Club is to create interest in elec-
tronics as a hobby or career.
Members study the vacuum tube,
transistor, receiver, and trans-
mitter principles, and receive
help in buying equipment and
in obtaining various radio li-
- The club sponsored trips to
the electronics plant, the ama-
teur radio station, and a govern-
ment electronics surplus outlet.
First row: Marilyn Burton, President, jackie Morgan, Vice-President, Susan Hays, Sec-
retary, Sandra Redlands, Reporter, Karen Kesler, Inter-Club Council Representative.
Second row: Charlotte Tate, Betty Thurston, Carolyn Payne, Linda Wyant, Norris
Woodzell, Terry Fitzgerald, Kathy Green, Diane Robinson. Third row: Linda Blincoe,
Sandra Booth, Watts Maupin, Virginia Morris, Marie Harris, jackie Quick, Diana Maw-
yer, Joan Wilberger, Dale Breeden. Fourth row: Margaret Mawyer, Cathy Morris, Brenda
Dunn, Martha Gibson, jacob Sprouse, Louise Schwartzenboeck, Virginia Proffitt, Delores
Van, Patty Green, Mr. Camper, Sponsor.
First row: Sally White, Faye Sandridge, Teresa Crenshaw, Barbara Mawyer, Genell
Graves, Jackie Morgan, Secretary-Treasurer, Ann Schwarting, President, Phyllis Garth,
Reporterg Bob Webber, Vice-President, Edna Hammer, Ann Dawson, Jane Frazier, Ann
Parrott. Second row: Lola Breeden, Marie Harris, Ann Anderson, Mary jane Mawyer,
Virginia Morris, Cheryl Roberts, Marilyn Moore, Nancy Coleman, Susan Mummey, Tim-
my Rogers, Walter Mehring, Marilyn Burton, Tommy Baughan. Third row: Marty Gib-
son, jesse Lynn, Carolyn Fitzgerald, Darden jones, Margaret Sanborn, Grover Bowling,
Robert Boem, Mrs. VValton, sponsor, Mrs. Goodall, sponsor, Carolyn Gibson.
The purpose of the council
is to co-ordinate Junior Red
Cross activities in the school.
Each homeroom has a repre-
sentative on the council. This
year they made a correspon-
dence album and sent it to
Algeria. A JRC International
Art Exhibit was placed on
display at Albemarle during
the week of January 30th-
February 3rd, and members
of the Council made Christ-
mas favors which were sent to
a Veterans' hospital in New
jersey. Gift boxes were filled
and soft toys were collected
to send to children in disaster
The Library Club is striv-
ing to render service to the
school and to cultivate a love
and appreciation for books.
Each member works in the
library two study halls a
week. American Book Week
was observed with a bulletin
board display, a radio broad-
cast and a tea for the faculty.
The club participated in the
annual Club Night.
First row: Mac Birdsong, Lewis Redden, Linda Christensen. Second row: Linda Har-
rington, Vickie Gillis, Gaye Davis, Georgiana Barry, Hobie Hammond, VV. A. Young,
Susan W'ard, Margie Fowler. Third row: Diane Moyer, Jeanne McGilvery, Dana
Gerheardt, Peggy Dudley, Jane Stevens, Colleen Southall, Michaela Longley, Tom
VVard. Fourth row: Mr. Richard Camper, Sponsor, Lolly Tyler, Charles Vest, Frances
Crafaik, Mary Sharpe, Jerry Sue Garrett, Tom Clarke, Mason Powell, Patton Boyle,
Roxy VVebster, Tommy Chears, Richard Sinclair, Marty hV0l'l+I, Pam Davis, Cabell
Smith, Bianca Redden, Marianne Heiberg,Jim1ny Garth, Mrs. Jane Henley, Sponsor.
First row: Jean Trimble, Songleader, Marian Mowbray, Secretary, Joan Sacre, Presi-
dent, Jane Stevens, Reporter, Susan Hays, V ice-President. Second row: Carol Remley,
Kathy Gould, Lee Garrett, Martha Armentrout, Dana Sharpe, Donna Hamilton, Anne
Leake, Judy Albee, Charlotte Morris, Sherrie Stanton. Third row: Mrs. Ellen VV. Hous-
-ton, Sponsor, Sims Wright, Henry Schwarting, Sandra Redlands, Solomon McCauley,
The Literary Club is new this
year. Its purpose is to stimulate
an interest in the Hue arts.
Through discussions, members
hope to develop an intelligent
appreciation of literature, drama,
poetry, art, and music.
In November the club spon-
sored an assembly to inform the
students about the issues of the
presidential campaign. It plans
to ,sponsor a school magazine
which will publish articles and
stories written by students..
Latin Club J
The purpose of the Latin Club
is to provide an opportunity for
Latin students to pursue their
interests in the Latin language
and Roman civilization by en-
gaging in pleasurable activities
pertinent to these subjects.
The programs are on Roman
dress, social customs, architec-
ture, religion, or other topics
related to classical culture and
civilization. Singing songs in
Latin enlivens the meetings and
gives practice in using Latin.
Two major projects planned
for the year are participation
in Club Night and the observ-
ance of Latin Week, the third
week in April, to celebrate the
traditional birthday of Rome,
April 21, 753 B. C.
The motto is "De nihilo nihi-
lum"g the colors are Roman
purple and gold.
The French Club strives to
give its members a better under-
standing of France, the French
people, and their customs. Pro-
grams at the meetings included
guest speakers, movies, and re-
ports on famous French authors.
The main project for the year
was writing and producing a
short skit in French for Club
The purpose of the Spanish
Club is to inform the students
about Spanish speaking coun-
tries. Through discussions and
guest speakers, members learn
about Spanish customs, history,
First row: Audrey Allen, President, Debbie Englert, Vice-President, Ian Armentrout,
Secretary, Anne XVilson, Reporter. Second row: Sue Allen, Susan Terry, Georgia
F innigan, Deedee Drake, Carolyn Payne, Frances Hardey, Ann Maddox, Martha jones,
Carol Frye. Third row: jimmy Mullendore, Joe VVilson, Charles Hunter, Mary Beth
Carmichael, Betty Jones, Veegie Parker, Suzanne VValker, Mrs. Jane Maddock, Sponsor.
Firstqrow: Joan Tisdale, Secretary, Tommy Bradbury, President, Leroy Yancey, He-
porter. Second row: Allen Carver, VVoody Mundy, Adele Ptodeifer, Harriet Schultz,
Edith Whitehouse, Audrey Smith, Linda Caruthers, Terry Fitzgerald, Mr. Charles
Costello, Sponsor. Third row: Walker Powell, Gerald Burnett, Hugh Gildea, Larry
Mullendore, Gary Bugg, Bobby Green.
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The Diversified Occupations
Club trains young people to
handle problems and situations
in the business world. Various
business men spoke to the club
about their professions, members
entered D.O. contests and held
a banquet in cooperation with
the D.E. Club.
First row: Charles Taylor, Richard
Davis, Jacob Sprouse, Thomas Critzer,
John Taylor, Secretary-Treasurer, Earl
Spears, Vice-President, Roger Powell,
Tommy Birckhead, Robert Garrison,
Carl Jarrell. Second row: James
Shiillett, Wilmer Marsh, Andy Hac-
kett, Delmar Iarrell, Warren Jones,
Thelma Birckhead, Mike Birckhead,
Bobby Marks, John Frazier, John
Gibson, George Marion, Paul Gillispie.
Third row: Vemon Shifllett, Daniel
Haley, Robert Graves, Charles Mills,
Mr. J. W. Estes, Sponsor.
The Distributive Education
Club encourages high ethical
standards in business, helps cre-
ate a greater interest in the
students' chosen occupation, and
develops progressive leadership.
This year the club held a ban-
quet for students and their em-
ployees, and club members en-
tered the district contest.
First row: Betty'Hensley, Secretary,
Elridge Roberts, President, Betty
Sprouse, Treasurer. Second row: Joyce
Mitchell, Reporter, Buddy Davis, His-
torian, Grady Sliilflett, Vice-President,
Roscoe Farrish. Third row: Roxio
Wingfield, Ilene Onnan, Mr. Gardner,
Sponsor. Fourth row: Frances Ward,
Linda Via Moore, Doris Rogers. Fifth
row: Billy Tomlin, Bobby Buck, Andy
Ballard, Sherman Lawson, Harold
Members of the F. B. L. A.
strive to better America's busi-
ness world through their efforts
to become better business lead-
ers. They sponsored a Miss
Ideal Secretary contest and the
annual Christmas Carol Contest.
At Thanksgiving members fixed
baskets for nee y families. The
club sold stationery as a money
First row: Mrs. Hancock, Sponsorg
Nancy Story, President, Patsy Powell,
Vice-President, Ann Norford, Secre-
tary, Peggy Evans, Histonkzng Marilyn
Leathennan, Treasurer, Peck Maupin,
Parliamentariang Shirley Lamb, Re-
porter. Second row: Nancy Davis,
Tommy Bickers, Becky Desper, Mary
Ellen Corell, Linda Gibson, Barbara
Bourne, Frankie Atkins, Rose Wood.
Third row: Eleanor Garrison, Shirley
Taylor, Norma lean Sullivan, janet
Leathers, Marilyn Marshall, Lois Wil-
liams, Sue Gentry, Margaret Morris.
Fourth row: Io Ann Graves, Paula
lrVilliams, Shirley Smith, Anita De-
Hooge, Janet Herndon, Ellen Harris,
Margaret Sinclair, Marion Spencer.
The Industrial Arts Club's ob-
jective is to better understand
the problems of industry.
This year the club marked oil?
parking places a ro u n d the
school, sold tools to raise money
and had a picnic at the end of
First row: Clyde Garrison, Reporterg
Lindsay Harrington, Sergeant at
Arms, Jacob Sprouse, Secretary and
Treasurer, Louis Murray, Gary Mau-
pin. Second row: Bobby Dunn, John
Evans, Cornelius Ballard, Eddie
Strickler, Raymond Iames, Walter
Jarman. Third row: Roger ShilHett,
Lacy Clements, Dewey Garrison, Mal-
colm Hutchinson, Emmett Boaz, Mr.
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First row: Terry Vogt, VVoody Mundy, Buddy Hatcher, W. A. Young, Treasurer, Ralph Gould, Vice-President, Terrv
Fitzgerald, Chaplaing Hugh Cildea, Secreta-ryg jimmy Garth. Second row: jimmy Board, Peck Maupin, Jack Yowell
Dwight Andrews, Buzzy Williams, David Falwell.
The Albemarle Hi-Y fosters clean speech, clean
sportsmanship, clean living, and high standards of
Christian character in the home, school, and com-
munity. This year the Hi-Y provided,a concession
stand at all home basketball games, sent Christmas
baskets to needy families, and sent delegates to the
Model General Assembly held in Richmond.
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The purposes of the Nursing
Club are to promote a settingin
which students interested in
nursing as a career can meet to
share that interest, and to ex-
plain the opportunities and re-
quirements in the field of nurs-
ing. The -club helps me1nbe1's
to grow as individuals by work-
ing together and learning about
the community life in which
they will soon participate.
Among the club's activities
were making a scrapbook for
children at the B-'Iartha jefferson
Hospital and making Easter bas-
kets. Members saw movies on
various phases of nursing and
heard speakers from the differ-
ent fields of medicine. Each
year the club sponsors a recep-
tion for the graduates of the
practical nursing class.
Penny Woodruff, Vice-President,
Laura Work, Treasurer, judy
Brown, Mrs. Ruth Updike, Spon-
sor, Sandra Springbom, Presi-
dent, Shirley Leake, Chaplain,
Pat Blackwell, joyce Grant, Pat
Garrison, Beverly Parker, Secre-
tary, Mary Lou Respess, Ann
Via, Diane Sturtevant, Avon Sar-
gent, Pat Morris, Ioyce Morris,
Delores Van, Iudy F arrish, Mar-
-garet Marston, Kitty Hippert,
Rebecca Somma, Betty Morris,
Ann Carver, Sharon Iosser,
Martha Page, Carol Lee Wetsel,
Betty Ladd, Peggy Gough, Con-
nie Clark. Gladys Henwood,-Bar-
bara Powell, Linda Cranford,
Iudy Dunn, Brenda Dunn, Janet
First row Pam Davis President Marty Work Secretary Treasurerg Margaret Sinclair, Vice-President. Second row Indy
Brown Blanca Redden Audrey Smith Lynda Caruthers Kathy Green, Pat Finn, Vicky Gillis, Jackie Trimble. Third row
Chester Bakel Tom Ward Marianne Heiberg Sue Allen Anne Wfilson, Harry Roberts, Richard Sinclair, Emmett Boaz
Spencer Birdsong Sandra Sprmgborn Diane Sturtevant Miss Virginia Beard, Sponsor.
The Albemarle Debate Club, under the direction
of Miss Virginia Beard, provides a rewarding ac-
tivity for students interested in public speaking
and logic. Its major purpose is to allow students
to express ideas and to teach them the fundamentals
of formal debating. Its ultimate aim is to partici-
pate in the State Forensics.
Activities include educational classes on debating
procedure, a series of practice debates, and a money
raising project to cover tournament expenses.
John Clark, second affirmative on this year,s
Boys who have been awarded a
varsity letter in either football, bas-
ketball, track, or baseball are eligible
for membership in the Monogram
Club. The purpose of the club is to
promote good sportsmanship and to
encourage care of school property.
Activities included: Parents, Night,
when the parents of the football play-
ers received special recognition, spon-
sorship of the Booster Club, an organ-
ization of parents interested in the
athletic program, the annual Athletic
Banquet, and participation in Club
First row: Cory Kelsey, Secretary, Donald Ott, President, Donald Layman, Vice-
Presidentg Toby Brown, Treasurer. Second row: Leroy Yancey, jimmy Bunch,
Cameron Thomas,Donnie Garrison, Marvin Reese, Pete McDaniel, Duffy Wood,
Mr. Harry E. Null, Sponsor. Third row: Roger Thurston, Brad Mordecai, Ronnie
Coleman, Don Wright, Floyd Massey, Emmett Lilly, Roger Powell. Fourth
row: Al Sprouse, jimmy French.
Don presides over Monogram Club meeting.
The Projectors Club's goals are
to render a service to the school
and teachers, to help strengthen
the school learning process, and
to advance each member's self-
respect as a useful part of societ .
Members are required to stufly
the projectionistls manual and to
acquaint. themselves with the
equipment of the library. Quali-
fied members operate projectors
for classes when movies are
First row: Douglas Wood,'Curtis
Laster, Richar Bamett, Presi-
dent. Second row: Bobby Burton,
Robert Stobie, Gundars Osvalds,
Herbert Barnett. Third row: Mr.
Leroy Smith, Sponsor, Peggy Dud-
ley, Reporter, Ann Schwarting,
Secretary-Treasurer, Sims Wright,
Larry Toms, Charles Milton, Lacy
The Girls' Athletic Association en-
courages girls to participate in all phases
of the physical-education program and
promotes good sportsmanship and school
First row: Paula Williams, Carol Zim-
merman, Claudia Zimmerman, Phyllis
Lasley. Second row: Lola Breeden, Bet-
ty Herring, Dorothy Taylor, Marilyn
Marshall, Betty Taylor, Ianet Leathers.
Third row: Annie Nay, Shirley Roberts,
Marie West, Lois Sullivan, Jane Frazier,
Mary Mawyer, Patsy Hacker. Fourth
row: Connie Parr, Beth MacKay, Caro-
lyn Fisher, Betty Shifflett, Mary Frances
Thurston, Vicky Gillis, Judy Smith, Caro-
lyn Marrsq Fifth row: Sponsors, Mrs.
Vines, Mrs. Martin, Miss Quarles.
First row: Nancy Eagle, Sandra Bolick, Ann Adams. Second row: Carol Pugh, Mary Sharpe Mark F mn Third row
Lolly Tyler, Frances Crafaik, Tom Clarke, Carolyn Payne, George Sanborn, john Cubero.
The l96l Peer Staff
Penny Woodruff, Business Manager,
Marilyn Burton, Editor, Pat Ward, Man-
MRS. MARJORY GOODALL ........ Sponsor
MARILYN BURTON ......... Editor-in-Chief
PAT WARD ............... Managing Editor
PENNY WOODRUFF ...... Business Manager
A DIANE STURTEVAN T ......... Class Editor
AVON SARGENT ...... Assistant Class Editor
NANCY MONTO ............... Club Editor
GEORGIA FINNIGAN, SUE GAY
Assistant Club Editors
NANCY GREEN ............. Feature Editor
DEBBIE ENGLERT. .Assistant Feature Editor
DON OTT ............... . .... Sports Editor
TOBY BROWN, MARTY WORK
Assistant Sports Editors
LINDA RICHARDSON .... Girls' Sports Editor
Assistant Girls' Sports Editor
CORY KELSEY ......... Circulation Manager
The 1961 Highlight Staff
MRS. MARJORY GOODALL. ....... Sponsor
SANDRA BOLICK ........... Editor-in-Chief
NANCY EAGLE, MARY SHARPE
ANN ADAMS .... ...... B usiness Manager
MARK FINN ................. Sports Editor
TOM CLARKE ........ Assistant Sports Editor
CAROL PUGH. .Circulation dr Exchange Editor
GEORGE SANBORN ........ .. .Photographer
JOHN CUBERO, CAROLYN PAYNE
LOLLY TYLER .............. Feature Editor
SANDRA SPRINGBORN ........ Club Editor
FRANCES CRAFAIK ...... .... N ews Editor
Ann Adams, Business Manager, Sandra
Bolick, Editor, Nancy Eagle, Mary
Sharpe, Co-Managing Editorsg Mrs. Mar-
jory Goodall, Sponsor.
First row: Linda Richardson, Pat Ward, Marilyn Buxton, Penny Woodruff. Second row: Avon Sargent, Marty Work,
Nancy Green, Toby Brown. Third row: Georgia Finnigan, Cory Kelsey, Mrs. Marjory Goodall, Diane Sturtevant, Nancy
Monto, Don Ott.
First row: Susan Ward, Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Klink, Vice-President, Rachael Morris, President,
Peggy Lawson, Reporter Second row: Shelby Sprouse, Linda Morris, Ioyce Meadows, Page Mor-
decai, Pat Finn, Laurie Simpson, Carolyn Carver, Emma Clements, Kathy Could, Sharon Dudley,
Rebecca Somma, Ienny Raines, Hobie Hammond, Linda Christensen, Ann Anderson, Mary Gibson,
Gaye Davis, jane Stevens. Third -row: Ronald Rushton, Ray Barry, Richard Wood, Wayne Mawyer,
The purpose of the Art Club is to promote artistic
interest. Among its activities for the year, the organiza-
tion, along with members of the art classes, designed
the scenery for "Charley's Aunt" and "The Monkey,s
Paw." They made the decorations for the Homecoming
Dance using "Autumn in Central Parkv as a theme.
Susan Firth and jane Stevens at work in the Art
ANN MAXWELL ADAMS
Chorus I, 2, 4, 5, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
53 G.A.A. 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Treasurer
4, S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Sec.-Treas. 5,
Model General Assembly 4, S.I.P.A. 4,
Business Manager of Highlight 5.
AUDREY MARIE ALLEN
Albemarle Players 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Nursing
Club Ig International Club 2, 3, 4, French
Club 5, President 5, President of Class 1,
S.C.A. 2, Reporter 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, 5,
Co-captain 55 Softball 3.
F.H.A. 2, 3.
MARY IANIS ARMENTROUT
Albemarle Players 1, 2, 3, 4, 55
tional Club 3, 4, French Club 5, C
FREDERICK SAMUEL ALBERT, IR.
International Club 3, 4, 4-H Club 3.
THOMAS ANDREW BALLARD
4-H Club, F.F.A.
JAMES ALLAN BARKER
International Club, Math Club.
GEORGIANA GROOTHOUSE BARRY
BONNIE EARLE BARNETI'
jr. F.H.A. 1, Songleader lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
4, 5, Chaplain 4, International Club 2, 3,
4, F.H.A. 5.
GLORIA JEAN BAUGHAN
Albemarle Players 1, 2, Nursing Club Ig
International Club 3, 4, jr. Red Cross
HERBERT EDVVARD BARNETT
Industrial Arts Club 5, President 5, Pro-
jectors Club 2, 3, 4, 5.
SANDRA IO BOLICK
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 55
Model General Assembly 3, 4, Class Re-
porter 2g Class Treasurer 3, Class Secreta
45 Ir. Red Cross Council 13 Nursing Clilb
2, Choral Club 1, 35 International Club 4,
Editor of Highlight 5, S.I.P.A. 4, Cheer-
geading 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain 2, Head
BARBARA ANN BOURNE
F.H.A. 1, Reporter 1, Bible Club 2, F.H.A.
2, 3,, Tri-Hi-Y 3, International Club 4.
MARILYN HODGES BURTON
S.C.A. 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Library Club 3, 4,
5, Jr. Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Vice-Pres. 4, Pres. 5, F.H.A. 1, 2, Girls'
State 4, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Pres. 2, 5,
Honor Club 3, 4, 5, Pres. 5, All-Star 5,
Peer Editor 5.
PATTON LINDSAY BOYLE
Science Club 2, Hi-Y Club 1, Band Club
'1, 2, 3, 4, Literary Club 5, Track 3, 4, 5,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
ANNE MAURY CALHOUN
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5,
Vice-Pres. 5, Model General Assembly 4,
5, Officer 5, International Club 4, Bible
Club 1, Nursing Club 1, Music Club 2, 3.
HARRY JORDAN BROWN, IR.
Vice-Pres. of Class 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2,
Band Club 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 2, Monogram
Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 5, International
Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Jr. Red Cross
Council 2, Senior Council 5, Football 2,
3, 4, 5, Basketball 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4,
VIRGINIA MAE CAMPBELL
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 1.
SARAH EVELINE CARTER
G.A.A. 1, 2, Band 3, 4, 5, Most Improve-
ment Award 1, 4, Band Club 3, 4, 5,
Treasurer 4- Librar Club 1, 2, F.T.A.
3, 4, F.H.A. 5.
HUGH ALLEN CARVER
Attended Lane 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Band Club 4, 5, Pres. 5, Spanish Club 5,
International Club 4, Drama Club 4.
HARTVVELL GARY CLARKE, III
JOHN DOUGLAS CLARK
Hi-Y Club 3 4 5 Treasurer 4 Pres 5.
VACHEL THOMAS CHEARS, III
Albemarle Players 2, 3, 4, 5, Electronics
glug 54, International Club 3, Literary
JAMES THOMAS CLARKE, JR.
K.V.G. 4, 5, International Club 4, Football
2, 3, 4, 5, Assistant Sports Editor of
KENNETH RAY CORCORAN, JR.
THOMAS CLARENCE CRITZER
JAMES DENNIS CRITZER
International Club 49 D.E. Club 5, Mono-
gram Club 5g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-
captain 5, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
LEONARD DeWITT CROMER
SHEILA BURTON CRITZER
Music Club 15 Nursing Club 2, Interna-
tional Club 3g F.H.A. 5.
JOHN ANTHONY CUBERO
Math Club 1, 35 Band Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
CHARLOTTE LEE DANIEL
Basketball 2 3, C.A.A. Club 4, Bible Club
25 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer of Albe-
marle Chapter 3, Treasurer of Martha
Jefferson Federation 4, Pres. of Martha
jefferson Fed. 5, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 5, Reporter
54 Miss Ideal Secretary 4, Cheerleading
4, 5, Co-head 5. X
ANNE WREN DAXVSON
Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2,
G.A.A. 3, F.H.A. 3, 4, 5, Reporter 4,
Sec. 5, Girls' State 45 F.H.A. Convention 4.
LENVIS VVAYNE DAVIS
F .F.A. 3, D.E. Club 4, 5, Parliamentarian
5, K.V.G.'s 45 Track 1,
ANITA ELIZABETH DeHOOGE
International Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
NANCY LaVERNE DAVIS
C.A.A. Club 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 4, D.E. Club 4, Treasurer 4.
REBECCA LEE DESPER
Chorus Ig Music Club 1, International
Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5,
NVOODIE VVINSTON DETAMORE
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, International Club
3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 5.
NANCY CAROL EAGLE
Band 1, 2, 3, Cheerleading 25 S.C.A. 4,
5, President 5, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Vice-
Pres. 3, Historian 5g Thespian Club 25
Science Club 2, Co-managing Editor of
Highlight 5. t
LEWIS EDWIN DUDLEY
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Band Club 1, 2, 3,
55 Football 2, 3.
ROBERT MOYER ELLIOT
EMANUEL LLOYD DUFF, JR.
Band 2, 3, 4, 55 Math Club 23 Band Club
1, 2, 3 ,4, 55 Football 2, 3.
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TEMPLETON ADAIR ELLIOT
Hi-Y Club 1, Math Club 2, 3, Electronics
Club 4. 5, Track 2. ,
DEBORAH KING ENGLERT
President of Class 3, 4, International Club
3, 4, President 4, Secretary 3, Tri-Hi-Y
3, 4, Secretary 4, Chorus 1, 3, Secretary
3, Homecoming Court 1, 2, 3, 4, Home-
room Officer 1, 2, French Club 5, Vice-
Pres. 5, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Cheerleading
1, 2, Drama Club 1, 5, Meloclears, Peer
HILDA LEE FARISH
F.H.A. 2, 3, 5, Orchestra 1, 2, 4.
V GEORGE NVILLIAM ESTES
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Band Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 4-H Club 1, 2.
MARK TERRENCE FINN
S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State
4, Drama Club 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Presi-
dent 4, Golf 3, 4, 5, Captain 4, 5, Sports
Editor of Highlight 5.
PEGGY ANN EVANS
F.H.A. 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4-H Club 4,
International Club 4, F.B.L.A. 5, Nursing
GEORGIA LOGAN FINNIGAN
Attended Rush-Henrietta Central, Roches-
ter, N. Y. and Indian-Hill School, Cin-
cinatti, Ohio, National Honor Society 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Hockey
2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Leaders Corps 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, President
2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, S.C.A. 2, Latin
Club 3, Science Club 2, jr. Class Play,
French Club 5, Peer Staff 5.
ELSIE MAE FRAZIER
F.H.A. 1g D.E. 4.
CHARLES DONALD GARRISON
Baseball 2, 3, 4, 55 Monogram Club 4, 55 l
F.F.A. 4, 53 Vice-Pres. 5.
JAMES WVILLARD FRENCH -
Football 1, 3, 4, 5, Co-captain 5g Track 1,
Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, Intemational
CLYDE JUNIOR CARRISON
Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5, Football 5.
CAROLINE VVYATT GAMBRELL
Attended North Chattanooga Jr.
School 1, 2, jr. National Honor
1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, News Ed
Paper 2g Basketball 2g Art Club 25
Club 3, 4, International Club 3, 45
leading 2, 5.
ELNER MAE GARRISON
F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
PATRICIA JANE GARRISON
F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 Art Club 4.
SUE ANN GAY
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5g F.H.A. 4, 53 Peer
DAVID KINNEY GARTH
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Track 3, 45 Chorus
3, 4, 5.
DOUGLAS FRANKLIN GIBSON
HARRY LYLE GARTH, IR.
Football 3, 45 Track 35 Band Club 1, 2, 33
International Club 4.
ELWOOD LLOYD GIBSON
LOIS IREN E GIBSON
PEGGY DEAN GOUGH
Red Cross Council 45 F.H.A. 4.
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STERLING GRAY GIBSON
JOANNE HESTELLE GRAVES
F.T.A. lg F.H.A. 4.
CECIL JOYCE GRANT
ROBERT LAWRENCE GRAVES
NANCY ANNE GREEN
Attended Pacific Beach Ir. High School.
San Diego, Calif. lg Honor Club 15 Las
Soledad 15 Publications Club 25 F.H.A.
2, 4, 55 Treasurer of Martha Jefferson
Fed. 55 International Club 35 Drama Club
45 Tri-Hi-Y 55 S.I.P.A. 45 Peer Feature
THOMAS DANIEL HARRIS
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ANDREW CLAY HACKETT
S.C.A. 15 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 25 Art
Club 45 D.O. Club 5.
VIRGINIA ELLEN HARRIS
Band 1, 2, 35 Band Club 1, 2, 35 Jr. Red
Cross Council 25 F.H.A. 25 International
Club 45 Albemarle Players 1, 4, 5.
ELIAS DANIEL HALEY
Hi-Y Club 1, 25 Projector's Club 35 Elec-
tronics Club 4, 55 Chorus 45 D.O. Club 5.
BETTY LOU HENLEY
Attended Lane 15 G.A.A. 15 Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4, 55 Vice-Pres. Homeroom 35 F.H.A.
55 International Club 4.
BETTY ANN HENSLEY
Nursing Club 1g Choral Club 1, 2, 35
Basketball 2, 39 Annual Stall' 29 D.O. Club
45 Sec.-Treas. 4g D.E. Club 5.
FAYE KILBURN HURTT
r 1esr11 9 Chorus5 SCA 1 FTA
55 F.H.A. 49 Bible Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Chaplain
3, 4, Vice-Pres. 5.
MARY GLADYS HENWOOD
Nursing Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, 5, Secre-
tary 5g Homeroom President 25 F.H.A.
4, 5, Jr. Red Cross Council 39 Intema-
tional Club 3.
MALCOLM DONALD HUTCHINSON
5 A 2
CARROLL DONALD HERRINC
Baseball 3, 4, 5, Highest Batting Av
Trophy 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 4.
RALPH DOWNER JAMES
XVARREN DOUGLAS JAMES
JOYCE ELIZABETH JONES
S.C.A. 1, 55 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, President 54
Chorus 1, 2, Intemational Club 3, 45
F.H.A. 5, F.B.L.A. 2g Senior Council 5.
DOUGLAS PAUL JENSEN
Agriculture Club lg Football 2, 3g Inter-
national Club 4.
DIANE CARLTON KANDLE
Attended Lane 1, 25 Chorus 4, 5, Tri-Hi-Y
3 t z ' .
ltlonfll Club 4.
ELEANOR JUNE JONES
Nursing Club Ig F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5.
CLIFFORD CORYDON KELSEY
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 54 Track 2, 3, 4, 54
Monogram Club 4, 5, Secretary 53 Senior
Council 5, All-District Guard 5.
RUSSELL. MCFARLANE LAFFERTY
Math Club 25 Science Club 2, Track 2g
Football 3, State Science Fair 3, S.C.A.
3, 4, 5, State Vice-Presm 5.
HOVVARD SHERMAN LAWSON
SHIRLEY ANN LAM
International Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Art
Club 2, F.B.L.A. 5, Albemarle Players 3.
PEGGY ANNE LAWSON
Nursing Club lg 4-H Club 1, 2, Vice-Pres.
2, F.H.A. 2, Chorus 2, Sports Club 3,
Art Club 4, 5, Reporter 5, International
DAVID NVINFRED LAMBERT
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, President 4, Band
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Baseball
1, 25 Track 3, K.V.G.'s 5.
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DONALD XVAYNE LAYMAN
Football l, 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-captain 5, Hi-Y
Club 1, 2, S.C.A. 3, Math Club 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4,-5, Baseball 3, 4, 5, Monogram
Club 4, 5, Vice-Pres. 5.
SHIRLEY ANN LEAKE
Nursing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-Pres. 2,
Chaplain 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 3, 4, 5.
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ROSAMUND URSULA LYSTER
Tennis 2, 3, 4, 54 International Club 2,
3, 4? 55 Nursing Club 1, Drama Club 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, President 5.
EMMETT MURPHY LILLY
Monogram Club 4, 5g Baseball 4, 5.
ALICE BELLE MALBON
Drama Club 45 Nursing Club 4, 5.
CHARLOTTE EARLE LIPSCOMB
G.A.A.g F.H.A., Historian, President, State
Conventions, Library Club, Reporter.
VVILMER EUGENE MARSH
FLOYD LEE MASSEY
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 4-H Club 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, Vice-Pres. 4, President 5, Football
2, 3, 4, 5.
CHARLES OBIE MILLS
K.V.C.'s 3, 4, International Club 3, 43
Basketball 3, D.O. Club 5.
BARBARA JEAN MAWYER
F.T.A. 1, 2, Reporter 2, Library Club
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, F.H.A. 5.
NANCY JANE MONTO
Band 1, 2, 3g F.H.A. 4, 5, Vice-Pres. 55
Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5.
MARGARET ANNE MANVYER
Nursing Club 1, 2, Program Chairman 19
Jr. Red Cross Council 1, 2, S.C.A. 35
F.H.A. 4, 5, Bible Club 5.
CHRISTINE ESTELLE MOONAN
Hi-Y Regents Award 1, Glee Club 2,
International Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Drama
Club 4, Literary Club 5, Class President
5, Cheerleading 2, 4, 55 Homecoming
Queen 5, Class Representative 2.
JAMES SEWELL MOORE
F.F.A. 25 4-H Club 3, 4, Reporter 4,
JOYCE ANN MORRIS
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Art Club 3.
LINDA VIA MOORE
Bible Club 1, 2, Home Ee. 3, 4, G.A.A.
45 D.E. 5.
MARGARET LUCILLE MORRIS
Nursing Club lg F.H.A. 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 5.
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VVILLIAM BRADFORD MORDECAI
Football 2, 3, 4, 5, Manager 2, 3, 4,
Trainer 4, 5, Correspondent 43 Chorus
4, 5g Choral Club 1, 33 K.V.C.'s 3, 4, 5.
MARY CATHERINE MORRIS
Nursing Club 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 1, 4, 53
Bible Club 5.
MARY ESTER MORRIS
jr. Red Cross Council 1, 25 C.A.A. 1, 2,
4, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5.
RAYMOND THOMAS MUNDY
Baseball 2, 5, Softball 25 Basketball 2.
PATRICIA YVONNE MORRIS
Jr. F.H.A. lg Nursing Club 2, 55 4-H
Club 3, F.H.A. 2, 35 Art Club 4.
ELIZABETH ANN NORFORD
Bible Club lg F.H.A. 2, 33 F.B.L.A. 4,
Secretary 55 Chorus 4, 5.
RACHAEL MAE MORRIS
International Club, Chorus, Art Club
President 55 Basketball 4, 5, Softball 3, 4
QUIN TON CORES NOTTINGHAM
International Club 45 Football 25 Basket-
ball 3g K.V.G.'s 45 D.O. 5.
DONALD NELSON OTT
Band 1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball
2, 3, 5, Track 2, 3, 4, 5, C0-captain 5,
Treasurer of Class 3, Representative to
Citizenship Camp 3, Alternate to Boys'
gtate gg Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, Presi-
ROGER EDXVARD POWELL
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 International Club 45
K.V.C.'s 4, 5, Basketball, Manager 2,
Football, Manager 5.
BEVERLY JEAN PARKER
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Nursing Club 4, 5, Secre-
tary 4, 5, Jr. Red Cross Council 3, 4,
Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus Club 2,
Bible Club 1, 2, 3.
WALKER MALLORY POWELL
Football 1, 2, 3, International Club 1, 2,
4, K.V.C.'s 4, 55 Spanish Club 5, Albe-
marle Players' Production, "Charley's Aunt"
AMANDA JOYCE POUND
Bible Club 1, Chorus Club lg Vice-Pres.
Homerooni 1, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5, Historian
5, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
CAROL JEAN PUGH
International Club 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, G.A.A. 1, 2, 4g 4-H 1, 2g Tri-Hi-Y
Club 3, Exchange and Circulation Man-
ager of Highlight 5.
CHARLES JOSEPH PUGH
4-H 1, 25 F.F.A. 3, 4, 55 Football 2, 35
Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5. , Q
MARCIA LANDIS RHEVV
MARVIN ALFRED REESE
Football 1, 4, 5, 4-H 2, 3, K.V.G.'s 4.
JOHN ALLEN PUGH
4-H 1 2- F.F.A. 3 4 5- Football 2 3-
Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5.
Nursing Club 1, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Art Club 1, International Club 1, 2, 33
:l3'Io:1ne5 Ec. 1, Secretary 1, Tennis Team
JULIAN WILLARD RITTENHOUSE
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, All-State 1, 2, 3, 4,
Most Improvement Award 25 Band Club
1, 2, 35 F.F.A. 1 2, 3, 4, 5, Re orter 4,
State and National F.F.A. Bans 55 Ir.
seg Cross Council 2, S.C.A. 2, Basket-
a 1, 2.
ELDRIDGE TARLETON ROBERTS
Football 1, 2, 3, Indusrtial Arts 3, D.E.
Club 4, 5, Reporter 4.
AVON GEORGETTE SARGENT
Attended Lane 1, 2, Drama Club 3, 4, 5,
Library Club 39 International Club 4,
Nursing Club 5.
DORIS ANN ROGERS
F.H.A. 25 Nursing Club 33 Art Club 4,
ANN CHRISTINE SCHWARTING
Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 3,
Vice-Pres. 4, Pres. 5, 4-H Club 2, 3, 4, 5,
Secretary 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Pres. 5,
Honor Club 3, 4, 5, Secretary 3, Chaplain
4, Projector's Club 5, Secretary 5.
MARTY THOMAS RUNKLE
Band 2, 3, 4, 53 S.C.A. 3, 4, 55 Vice-
Pres. of Class 5.
4-H 1, 3, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-Pres.
4, Pres. 5.
MARY CATHERINE SHARPE
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, All-State 2, 55 Ir.
Red Cross Council 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, 5,
Song Leader 5, S.C.A. 2, Albemarle
Players 3, 4, 5g Music Club 1, 3, Interna-
tional Club 4, 5, Secretary 4g Co-managing
Editor of Highlight 5, Melodears 2, 3, 4.
ANNA MAE SHIFLETT
Orchestra 1, Nursing Club lg Chorus 4
5g C.A.A. 1, 3, 4, 5g F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5
C-RADY COLE SHIFFLETT
D E Club 4 5 Industrnl Arts Club
ROGER LEE SHIFLETT
Agriculture 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Baseball 3, 4,
STEVE FRANKLIN SIMPSON
ELEANOR MARGARET SIN CLAIR
S.C.A. 1, Newspaper 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,
Debate Club 4, 5, Vice-Pres. 5, Interna-
tional Club 3, 4g Nursing Club 2, ,3,.,
DONALD BRUCE SMITH
Chorus 3, 4, 5, Vice-Pres., All-State 53
Bible Club 3, 4, 5, Reporter 4, President
5g Jr. Red Cross Council 5.
MARIAN CRAY SPENCER
Nursing Club 1.
EARL NEXVTON SPEARS
Band 1, 2, 35 D.O. Club 4, 5, Vice-Pres. 5.
BETTY JEAN' SPROUSE
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, 45 Art Club
3, D.E. Club 5, Treasurer 5.
IACOB WHITE SPROUSE
Football 1, 35 Industrial Arts Club 4, 5,
DIANE ESTA STURTEVANT
International Club 2, 3, 44 Drama Club
4, 55 Sports Club 2g Literary Club 5,
Class Editor of Peer 5.
NEIL MALCOLM STEVVART
JAMES GARY SULLIVAN
Football lg Basketball Ig Baseball 1, 2,
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NANCY LEE STORY
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 53 Secretary of Class 29
Jr. Red Cross Council lg Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5,
F.B.L.A. 4, 5, President 5.
NORMA JEAN SULLIVAN
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4-H 1, 2g Winner
of Spelling Contest lg F.H.A. 2, 35 Inter-
national Club 4.
RICHARD NEAL SWIFT
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Band Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
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SHIRLEY MAE TAYLOR
International Club 1, 25 F.H.A. 35 Sports
JOHN NVILLIAM TAYLOR
Football 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y Club 1, 2, Inter-
national Arts Club 2, 33 D.O. Club 4, 5,
DEW EY LEE TAYLOR
WILLIAM EDWARD TAYLOR
Band Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
SUSAN BUFORD TERRY
Drama Club 4, 55 International Club 43
French Club 5.
RONALD REA THACKER
4-H Club 1 2 3- Football 2' A iculture
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Club 2g K.V.C.'s 4.
CAMERON MASON THOMAS
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VVILLIAM SAMUEL TOMLIN
MARISKA MAE TOMLIN
International Club 2.
S DANNY LEE THOMAS
4-H Club 1, 25 Agriculture Club 25 D.O.
Club 4, 5.
JEAN ELLEN TRIMBLE
Chorus and Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Awards in Choir 3, 45 Music Club 2, 35
All-State 3, 45 Nursing Club lg F.H.A. 2g
Scholarship for Music Camp 1, 3, 4.
SUSANNE GORDON TYLER
Attended Langford Jr. High, Augusta,
Georgiag Cheerleader 15 Pep Club 15 Glee
Club 2, 3, Sextet 2, 35 St. Margarefs,
Tappahanock, Va. 25 Drama Club 2, 3, 4,
55 International Club 45 Literary Club 55
Highlight Staff 5.
FRANCES LEE WARD
orchesrm 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 15 F.T.A.
2, 35 F.H.A. 2, 45 D.E. 5.
JOHN FRANKLIN VANDERVEER
Industrial Arts Club 1.
PATRICIA ANN XVARD
Albemarle Players 4, 55 Tri-Hi-Y 55 Li-
brary Club 1, 25 International Club 3, 45
F.H.A. 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 15 S.C.A. 55 Pub-
lications Club 25 Peer Managing Editor
55 S.I.P.A. 4.
CHARLES THOMPSON VEST
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PAULINE ROXIE WINGFIELD
ROSE MARIE WVOOD
Chorus 15 Nursing Club 2, 35 F.H.A. 45
F.B.L.A. 55 Intemational Club 5.
MARTIN GREGORY WORK
S.C.A. 2, 3, 45 Drama Club 4, 5, Vice-
Pres. -55 International Club 45 Debate
Club 4, 55 Litera Club 55 Class Re-
porter 45 Basketball, 1, 2, 35 Football 2,
3, 55 Track 2, 3, 55 Peer Assistant Sports
Editor 55 Senior Council 5.
PENNY BRADFORD XVOODRUF F
Nursing Club 2, Secretary 25 Sports Club
25 Basketball 3, 4, 55 International Club
3, 4, Treasurer 45 Drama Club 4, 55
Treasurer of Class 35 Peer Staff, Business
CHARLES ERNEST YANCEY
4-H Club 15 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4.
LAURA FRANCES WORK
Nursing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Chaplain 3,
Treasurer 4, 55 Chorus 1, 2, 5, Chaplain 25
gheerleading 2, 35 Drama Club 45 F.H.A.
CLAUDIA ANN ZIMMERMAN
4-H Club 1, 2, President 1, 25 Intema-
tional Club I, 45 G.A.A. 45 F.H.A. 2, 35
Basketball 3, 4, 55 Cheerleading 3.
MISS MARIANNE BELL
2 I 5
MRS. DOROTHY DAVID
Adulf Nursing Class
MISS BETTY MORRIS
XVILLIAM MARSTON NANCY SPICER
Don Ott, Marty Work, Cory Kelsey, Toby Brown, and Joyce Jones
The Senior Council, a new addition to the senior class
this year, was set up to insure smoother and more efficient
organization of functions of the class.
As in most instances when new ideas and new prin-
ciples are introduced, things are a bit rocky at first, and
the Senior Council has been no exception. However, we
hope that this council will become a tradition at Albemarle
and in years to come it will improve and be a useful part
of each senior class.
It acts as a nominating committee to present a slate
of officers to the class, and then works closely with the
officers and the sponsors.
Each senior homeroom elects a representative-one
whom it feels is capable and willing to act as a negotiator
in its behalf. Hats off to our first Senior Council and may
there be many more!
Sheer joy-nothing else.
Yep, we're puttin' the walls up to
I pass. What next!
Extra-curricular activities . . .
State your name, address, and phone number.
Mac, are you sure you've got everything?
WVonder who they're waiting for . . .
Junior Class Officers
JOAN TISDALE, Reporterg TERESA CRENSHAW, Secretary
WATTS MAUPIN, Presidentg PATSY DAVIS, -Treasurrerg TOM
MY FAULCONEB, Vice-President.
Andrews, Dwight L.
Baltimore, Brenda Ann
Birckhead, Norma La Vaughn
Birckhead, Thelma L.
Birckhead, XVilliam Michael
Board, James Earl
Booth, Sandra Ann
Bradbury, Thomas Eliot
Branham, Norman R.
Breeden, Alvin E.
Brown, Judith Anne
Buck, Robert Lee
Bugg, Gary Hope
Bumett, Gerald H.
Burton, Linda Gordon
Carmichael, Mary E.
Clements, Lacy Burns
Clements, Linda D.
Coleman, Susie Ann
Corell, Mary Ellen
Corley, Donald B.
Craft, Courtney Scott
Crawford, Elinor Kathleen
Crenshaw, Teresa Mae
Cromer, Bonnie lean
Cronk, john Solomon
Davis, Gaye Ann
Davis, Patricia Juanita
Davis, Richard Marion
Davis, Robert jackson
Davis, Ruth May
Detamore, Mildred Ann
Dudley, Peggy Jean
Eby, Robert Lyndon
Fairbanks, Russell N., Ir
Faris, Roscoe Garnette
Faulconer, Iames Thomas
Fields, James Arthur, Ir
Firth, Susan Marie
Fitzgerald, Terry Allison
Kenneth G., jr.
Frazier, Doris jane
Gambrill, William A.
Garrison, Robert M.
Gerhardt, Dana jane
Gibson, Alvin Glenn
Gibson, Janice Clare
Gibson, Linda Ann
Gibson, Martha Ellen
Gildea, Hugh Morrison
Gillespie, Paul Wilson
Goldsmith, Joseph M.
Gould, Ralph H.
Graves, Ann Barbara
Graves, Norman Lee
Green, Robert Gordon
Grossman, Charles Allen
Gunter, Clark Preston
Hammond, Ann Hobart
Haney, james Milton
Hartley, Frances Kathleen
Harlowe, hvllllillll Randolpl
Hathaway, Robert Cox, Jr.
Herring, Betty jean
Herring, Geraldine Mae
Herring, Roy W.
Holland, Beverly jean
Holloway, Linda Lou
Houchens, Rae Kent
Hunt, Rebecca Lee
Huckstep, XVilliam Thomas
Hutchinson, Steve Kent
Jarman, Barbara Ann
Kesler, Karen Anne
Knowles, Jack William
Ladd, Betty Jane
Lasley, Phyllis Jean
Layman, Rosemary Smith
Leatherman, Marilyn Sue
Leathers, Janet Irene
Liberati, Sandra Jean
Loeser, Jacob VVilliam
Ludwig, David Lawrence
Lynn, Jessie Lynch, Jr.
Manson, Peter Clark
Marks, Bobby Rogers
Maupin, Eflie Marie
lklaupin, Margaret XVatts
Mawyer, Judith Earlene
Mearns, Karl Casto
Mchring, Walter Henry
Miller, Benjamin NVayne
Mitchell, Joyce Mae
Moon, Evelyn Marie
Morris, Barbara Anne
Morris, Linda Ann
Morris, Mary Elizabeth
Mullendore, Lauren Gregg
Mundy, VVoody Evans
Murray, Anne Marie
Nottingham, Mary Iane
Orman, Ileen Diane
Page, Louise M.
Page, Martha Anne
Page, Ronald Lacy
Painter, Barbara Ann
Painter, Mary Lee
Parrott, Elizabeth Anne
Payne, Carolyn Russell
Pearson, Charles Granclison
Poole, Robert Edgar
Porter, xvllllillll Claiborne
Powell, Patricia Lee
Powell, Phyllis Ann
Raines, Richard Jr.
Ramsey, Janice Gayle
Reclden, Louis Rowen
Rayburn, Ellen Stuart
Rittenhouse, Judy Irene
Roberts, Clarence Wilfred
Roberts, Harry Lee
Roberts, Joyce Mae
Robinson, David Preston
Rodeifer, Adele Flora
Rorrer, Doris Dean
Schultz, Harriett F.
Seiler, Evelyn Elizabeth
Shiillett, Judy F.
Smith, Doris Jean
Smith, Mildred Ann
Stork, Jimmy L.
Sweet, Palmer C.
Tate, Charlotte F.
Taylor, Charles F.
Taylor, Dorothy L.
Thomas, Janice P.
Thomas, Kenneth E.
Tomlin, Linda F.
NVebber, Robert P.
NVebster, Roxanne L.
Williams, Charles L.
Williams, Davis B.
NVilliams, Lois Marie
XVright, Donald Craig
Yancey, Alvin Leroy
Young, Walter A.
Yowell, Clinton C.
Lemme outa here!
Have you got a paper clip?
What a mess!
Hey, what's going onl
Jock, you lucky dog.
It's got fo be in here somewhere.
And then he said . . .
I'm not a Cadillac, but I still run.
Isn't that guy running the wrong
"A little learning is a
journalism Class's Sockhop
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Hey, did you see that, Tom?
Sophomdre Class Officers
CAROLYN ROBERTSON, Presidentg PAM KNIGHT, Vice-
Presidentg STEVE CLARK, Secretaryg SPENCER BIRDSONG
Brown, Julia Gray
Bunch, James Edward -
Cash, Linda Jean
Cason, Lois Kas'
Caruthers, Lyn a Verne
Carver, Delmar Wayne
Clark, Carolyn Sue
Clements, Rebecca Faye
Clarke, Stephen Magann
Colvert, James David
Corbin, Janet Ka
Corcoran, Richard Olaf
Craddock, Charles Hebert
Critzer, Betty Lynn
Cutright, Allen Wayne
Dandridge, VVilliam Robert
Davis, Jasper P.
Davis, Pamela Cralle
DeHooge, Derma Joyce
DeMasters, Shelby Jean
Dunn, Brenda Elizabeth
Edwards, Arthur Franklin
Evans, Donna VVinifred
Addington, Ann Marie
Robert Bruce, Jr.
Anderson, Mary Ann
Anslow, Steven Parker
Apperson, Alfred James, Jr.
Ballard, Patricia Ella
Barnett, Richard Mehring
Batton, Sandra Fay
Baughan, Thomas Marcy, II
Samuel Ne son
Bias, John Stefhen
Bickers, Mere ith Thomas
Birckhead, Patsy Jean
Birdsong, James Spencer
Bishop, Mary Carter
Boehm, Robert Leon
n, Thomas WVayne
Brown, Janna Ellen
Evans, Paul Mason
Falwell, Daniel Eugene
Falwell, john David
Farish, Betty june
Farrell, Kenneth Lee
F aulconer, Betty jean
Fields, Yvilliani Carson
Fisher, Ray David
Fitzgerald, Patricia jane
Flannagan, Lucy Cateshy
Fomes, Irene Joyce
Frazier, John Andrew
Frazier, Vernice Geraldine
Frazier, Viola Lucille
Frye, Carol Lynn
Garrett, Jerry Sue
Garrison Dewe Rai
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Garrison, Hugh C., Jr.
Geer, George VVayne
Gentry, Ronald Craig
Giannini, Geor e Alexandc
Giannini, Glenda Faye
Gibbs Dorsey Cullen
Gibson Joyce Ann
Glllum Robert Ashley
Grmbert Nelson Cale.
Goodall james Line
Cowen Joi LL Ann
Gray Mary Frances
Green, Patricia Ann
Griesbach, Shirley Ann
Hamm, Rachel jean
Hamner, Edna May
Hanlon, Mary Kathleen
Harrington, Lindsay Marwin
Harris, Betty Jean
Harris, Vivian Marie
Hensley, John Marion
Henwood, Eunice Mae
Herndon, Henry lNils0n
Hobson, Gene Nicklous
Hudgins, jo Ann
Hunter, Elizabeth Anne
Hurt, VVilliam Terrill
Mahanes Clifford Barclay
Marshall, Marilyn Naomi
Maupin, Ira Peck
Maupin, Sandra Loretta
Mawyer, Mary jane
Mayo, Frank Burnley, jr.
Meyers, Xvilliarn Howard
Minor, Alexander NVebh
Moon, Sarah Elizabeth
Moore, John Barber
Mordecai, Margaret Paige
Morgan, Sarah Jacquelyn
Morris, Betty Jean
Morris, Charlotte Anne
Morris, Kenneth Odel
Morris, Lois Anne
Mowbrey, Connie Edward
Mummey, Susan Ann
Nay, NVilliam Ronnie
Oliver, Charles VVillia1n
Parker, Virginia Josephine
Patterson, Douglas Roy
James, Judy Gale
James, Lois Barbara
Jenkins, David Franklin
Johnson, Andrew Herrin
jones, Betty Meade
Jones, Martha Ann
Kennedy, Donald Lynn
Kennedy, Rebecca jeane
Keyton, Edgar Lee
Klink, Mary Margaret
Knight, Pamela Lucille
Kyser, Lindsay Ray
Lamb, Lois Marie
Lanum, Judith Anne
Lasley, James Owen
Laster, Curtis Davis
Lawson, Janet Hope
Liady, Fred Gardner
Lydick, Steven Allen
McAllister, Charles Cole
McClarf', Shirley Ann
McCau ey, Palmer Lee
McGhee, Mildred Marie
Maddox, Anne Terrell
Poole, Bobby Edgar
Powell, Barbara Fey
Powell, Emily Mason
Powell, John Mason
Proffitt, Virginia June
Rankin, Richard Alan
Ramsey, Brenda Lee
Redlands, Sandra Diane
Revels, Frances Beall
Rhodes, Ronald Dee
Riddle, Cecil Newman
Ritchie, Joseph Shelton
Rivers, Jolm Thomas
Roberts, Cheryl Ann
Robertson, Carolyn Louise
Ryan, Diana Lee
Sanborn, George Edward
Sandridge, Alma Faye
Sandridge, Clyda Judith
Sandridge, Joyce Isetta
Sawyer, Dorothy Elizabeth
Sawyer, Joshua Raybeu
Schwarting, Henry Victor
Schwarzenboeck, Louise Linda
Selle Jesse Early
Shlfflett George NV1ll11m
SlnfHett James Wilson
Sluflett Brenda Kaye
Shlflett Judith Lucille
Simpson Delores Mle
Sinclair, Richard Kenneth
Smith, Audrey Jeanne
Smith, George VVayne
Smith, XVilliam Cabell
Snavely, Jay Joseph
Snow, Donna Mae
Sours, Ronald Franklin
Springborn, Janet Ann
Sprouse, Grace Virginia
Sprouse, Malcolm Lee
Stanton, Sherrie Anne
Stanton, Charles VVilliam
Stobie, Robert Allan
Strickler, Joseph David
Terry, Salley Daniel
Thurston, Roger Lee
Tomlin, Marjorie Ann
Toms, Lloyd Mainford
Toms, Paul Michael
Turner, Alene Dale
Via, Dale Avington
NValker, Suzanne Stuart
XVard, Katherine Gertrude
NVard, Thomas john
Vfatson, Lonnie Ray
XVatson, Robert Lee
XVeakley, Thelma Shirley
NVeast, Glen Allen
XVebb, Leslie Valentine
Williams, James Edward
XVilson, Margaret Anne
XVood, Clarence Joseph
W'ood, Judith Mae
XVood, Mary Frances
NVoodson, VVil1iam Tucker
VVynne, John Leigh
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Anybody watching the game?
Clarke, Patricia Carol
Clements, Hobert VVilliam, Jr.
Clements, Nancy Jean
Cockerille, Elizabeth Anne
Coleman, Bobby VVilson
-Coleman, Ronald Page
Conley, Margie Lee
Craig, Patricia Lee
Critzer, Elizabeth Anne
Critzer, Thomas VVatson
Davis, Betty Jean
Davis, Ida VVillis
Dudley, Carolyn Louise
Dudley, Lamont, II
Durrer, Charles Vernon
Earhart, Irlet Fay
Eastwood, XVilliam Ashley
Eddins, james Samuel
Edwards, Sylvia Mae
Eheart, Brenda Joyce
Elliot, Carolyn Louise
Englander, V. Elizabeth
Eppard, Carol Wayne
Estes, Howard Lee
Eubank, XVilliam Edward
Falwell, Sara Lou
Farrell, Nancy Jane
Farrell, VVilliam Bernard
Finn, Patricia Mary
Fisher, Barbara Ann
Fisher, Mason VVilbur
Fitzgerald, Caroline Lois
Flower, Robin Leigh
Adeock, Harvey XVilson, jr.
Albee, Judith Lynn
Allen, Faye Paulette
Amiss, Betty Sue
Anderegg, Gaines A.
Armentrout, Martha Brooks
Backman, Barbara Jean
Bailey, Carolyn Lee
Bain, Frank Nott
Baker, Chester Henry
Bames, Bennett Hosea, jr.
Barnes, Charles Milton, Ir.
Batten, Rosa Lee
Batten, Vemon Alvin
Benson, Dorothy Ann
Berry, Raymond E.
Bishop, NVilliam Lovington, Jr
Blackwell, Patricia Ann
Blake, Susan Emogene
Blankenship, Nancy Jane
Breeden, Dale Elaine
Breeden, Lola Faye
Breeden, Mary Frances
Britton, Barbara Lee
Burgess, Eugene Roosevelt, jr.
Bumett, Barbara Jean
Campbell, VViI1iam Edward
Carlson, Patricia Ann
Carmody, Paul Andrew
Carver, Carolyn Marie
Cason, Katy Elizabeth
Cheape, Charles VVindsor, Jr.
Ceme, Larry Lee
Clark, Andrew Jackson
Clark, Roy Shannon
Fornes, Mollie E.
Foster, Charles F .
Frazier, Jerry C.
Funk, Betty A.
Garrison, Floyd Allen
Garrison, James E.
Garth, Holland B.
Garth, James W.
Gentry, Carolyn Sue
Gibson, Betty Ann
Gibson, Betty Jane
Gibson, Betty Jean
Gibson, Carolyn Sue
Gibson, James H.
Gibson, Mary Elizabeth
Gibson, Percy NV.
Gillikin NVil1i lm Burnle
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Glass, Shirley L.
Graves, Mary Alice
Gray, Jean Elizabeth
Harris, Jerry Lee
Harris, Marie K.
Heilman, Ty Xvilliam
Hensley, Barbara Janice
Herring, James Eddie
Herring, James Lee
Herring, Jud I
Holton, Stephen D.
Hudgins, Donald L.
Huff, Osborne Lee
Huff, Sharon Ann
Hunt, Ruth Ann
Irving, Steve Edward
Harrell, Carrie Lee
Jette, Edward Donald
Johns, June Ellen
Knight, Doris Ann
Knott, Boyd Lee
Lam, Tony Bradley
Langlotz, Peter Ramond
Lawson, Frances Ann
Leake, Anne Elizabeth
Leake, Charles Fountain
Morris, Homer Montgomery
Morris, Harry Samuel
Morris, Patricia Ann
Morris, Shirley Mae
Morris, Virginia Marian
Moseman, Dennis james
Mowbray, Marian Elizabeth
Moyer, Davidi Allen
Mullendore, James Myers
Napier, Frances Lee
Nay, Annie Isabelle
North, Aubrey Ronald
Oesterheld, Louise Herndon
Parr, Constance Angela
Parson, John Morris
Payne, Danny Lee
Pearce, Nora Ellen
Powell, Ann Virginia
Price, Curtis Stephen
Pronzato, Diane E.
Pugh, Ethel Rea
Pugh, Joan Kent -
Pugh, Larry Nelson
Pumell, Dale Robert
Pyles, James Calvin
Raines, Phyllis fame
Ramse , Samue Bell
Ra olt, Donna
Redsen, Bianca Maria
Redford, Aubrey Insley, Ir.
Reid, VValclen Claines
Leake, Shelah Maureen
Lombard, Harriette Anne
Longley, Carol Michaela
Loving, Calvin Eugene
Lyster, Felicity Catherine
Mallory, Rosa Evelyn
Markham, Anne Duane
Marrs, Carolyn Marie
Marston, Margaret Jane
Martin, Barbara Lee
Martin, Peggy Jean
Massey, Gerald Thomas
Maupin, Gerald Alan
Mawyer, Claudia Blair
Mawyer, Richard Wayne
McAllister, Carl Nelson
McAllister, James Ernest
McCann, Michael Henry
McClary, ,Lillian Estelle
McCauley, Solomon Melto
McDaniel, Maxine Rosie
Michie, Robert Kenloch
Miller, Donna Delane
Mitchell, Shirley Marie
Manger, june Elizabeth
Moon, Alma Mae
Moore, Marilyn Levese
Morris, Elizabeth Erlene
Morris, Florence Virginia
Respess, Marie Louise
Rivers, James Calvin
Robbins, Robert Freeman
Roberts, Gilbert Pratt
Roberts, Shirley Ann
Robinson, Ruth Diane
Robinson, Thomas Everett
Rogers, Patricia Ann
Rorrer, Daniel Chapman
Rushton, Donald Edward
Sacre, Joan Carol
Sanborn, Margaret Joyce
Sandridge, Carol Joan
Schwarz, Albert Emil
Scott, Pe 1 Lee
Shitletti Betty Lee
Simpson, Laurie Ann
Somma, Carolyn Ann
Sorrell, John Schuyler
Southall, Colleen Claire
Spangler, Garland Stuart
Spicer, Melvin Dulaney
Sprouse, Nancy Matilda
Sprouse, Shelb Gardner
Stacy, Paul Albert
Strickland, Michael Duvall
Sturtevant, Richard Hill
Sullivan, George Elliot
Sullivan, Lois Marie
Taylor, Betty Jean
Terrell, Fay Leslie
Terrell, Shelby Jean
Thomas Charlie XVingfield
Thomas, Clarence Mason
Thomas, Juanita Ann'
Thomas, Raymond YVilson
Thompson, Susan Marie
Thurston, Betty Lou
Tomlin, Jerry Lee
Toms, Gayle Lee
Toms, James Bruce
Trimble, Jacqueline Lee
Trunzo, Sheila Beirne
Turner, Rebecca Faye
Turner, Thomas S.
Tyler, William C.
Van, Delores Elaine
Vest, Mary Jane
Via, Ann Florence
Via, Claudia Ann
Vogt, Terry Arthur
WValker, Charles Wayne
Walker, Gladys M.
NVOod, Mary Elizabeth
Wood, Richard Lee
VVoofter, Duane Ramsey
VVright, Paul Sims
Yowell, Nancy Lee
YVard, Harold VVinston
WVard, Janet Marie
VVatson, Ida Frances
YVebb, Randolph Peyton
YVel1s, Barbara Jean
WVest, Page Marie
VVhite, Sally Page
YVilberger, joan Elizabeth
NVilliams, Bonnie Jean
YVilliams, Jimmy Thornton
VVillson, John Harvey
Xvolfrey, Michael WVayne
NVood, Douglas Cecil
NVood, Lila Faye
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Don't burn your feet, girls. r
Christmas Carol Contest.
Another broken machine!
Elghfh Grade Officers
King Pace, Vice-Presidentg George Tilman, Preskientg Kitty Hippert, Secretary-Treasurer.
Clarity, Alice Ann
Clark, Andrew jackson
Clark, Constance Leigh
Clark, Sarah Katherine
Clements, Emma L.
Cokes, John Lewis
Coleman, Nancy Rea
Collier, Hollas Gene
Conley, Stephen Michael
Cook, Beatrice Elaine
Crawford, Linda Irene
Creasy, Lawrence Earl
Critzer, Ann Elizabeth
Dabney, Elizabeth Ann
Dandridge, James H.
Darnell, George R., jr.
Davis, Barbara Jean
DeMasters, Ellis Carlton
Dillon, Billy B.
Dobbins, Polly Ann
Doty, Alan NVhitney
Dowell, Sandra Ray
Dudley, Sharon Leigh
Duncan, Bobby Lee
Duncan, Wayne V.
Dunn, Judy Carolyn
Dunn, Robert Mellette
Easton, Gerald Wayne
Edwards, Kenneth Samuel
Egeland, Raymond Jens
Estes, Pearl E.
Eubank, Elizabeth Ann
Evans, John Phillip
Acree, Patsy L.
Alrich, Glenna Eagleston
Allan, Judy Mary
Ankney, Helen Anne
Ashby, Rebecca Leigh
Atkeison, XVilliarn H.
Baber, Roger Lee
Baker, George August
Ballard, Cornelius Chapmzm
Barkesdale, Carol Faye
Barnes, Bruce Lawrence
Baughn, Charles McKelvey
Beasley, Linda Lee
Birkhead, jennifer C.
Blackwell, James Clifton
Blackwell, Ruth Nickson
Blake, Harry Hancock
Boaz, Emmett Daniel
Bolick, Cynthia Sue
Booth, David VVilson
Bradbury, David Kent
Breeden, Charles Keith
Breeden, XVilbert E.
Brookman, Virginia L.
Bruce, George E.
Burns, Patricia A.
Burton, Robert O.
Butler, Stanley NValter
Cannon, Donna M.
Carver, Barbara lean
-Cash, Xvalter lfVayne
Cheape, George Baxter -
Faris, Melvin Randolph
Farish, Judith Lynn
Farish, Judith Marie
Farrish, Brenda Joyce
Fielding, Sheila L
Fitzgerald, Ronnie Lee
Frazier, Mary Elizabeth
Garber: Frank Gerrin
Garrison, Donnie C
Garrison, Minor Ray
Garth, David Hancock
Gay, George Thomas III
Geer, John Payne
Gentry, Edwin Frances
Gentry, Susan Ma s
Gibson, Carl Bradllev
Gibson, Charles S
Gibson, Florence E
Gibson, Jean Marie
Gibson, Judith Ann
Gibson, Judith Arleen
Gibson, Luc M
Gibson, Shir ey Marie
Gibson: VVilliam Ronald
Glass, Ka Frances
Goad, Sylyia M
Graves, J. Thurston
Graves, Susie Pauline
Gray, Annie Mae
Griesback, Jennifer Lynn
Grim, Nancy C.
Hale, George Daniel
Hall, Maria Lucille
Haney, Bernice Arlene
Haney, Betty G.
Harrington, Lynda C.
Harris, Laura Nadine
Hathaway, Susan A.
Hite, Raymond Harmon
Hopkins, Lynn Ellen
Huff, Kenneth D.
Jones, Lewis Earle, Jr.
Jones, Phyllis Ann
Jones, Randy William
Jones, Sidney Clifton
Jordan, James Carson
Kems, Dale Burner
Kesler, Thomas Ernest
Kidd, Margie Sue
Meadows, Jo ce A.
Michie, Martha Tevis
Mills, Carl Kenneth
Milton, Charles R.
Minter, Peggy Ann
Moon, Thomas Jackson, Jr.
Moore, Catherine Ryland
Morris, Bonnie Alice
Morris, Delmer Nelson
Morris, James Garfield
Morris Joyce Ann
Morris Linda Lou
Morris, Sandra Lee
Mowbray, Charles Richard
Moyer, Julia Diane
Mundy, Larry Fitzgerald
Mundy, NVilliam Join
Murray, Louis Marvin
Naylor, Patricia Ann
Norford, Claire Deanne
Odle, Nancy Virginia
Oliver, Pau Shephard
Ott, Robert Van
Owen, Tulita Pickens
Pace, Brenda Ann
Pace, Carla Jo
Pace, Ralph King
Pace, Ronald Ca vin
Painter, Alice Ray
Parker, Brenda Louise
Parr, VVilliam Emmett
Paschell, Frances Marie
King, Lynne Diane
Kirby, William Monty
Knowles, Charles Michael
Landes, Edna Jean
Lane, Sharon Lee
Lawson, Beverly P.
Lawson, Champ Jackson
Lawson, Judy Carroll
Layman, Ralph Benjamin
Leake, Linda Rea
Lively, Janice Elizabeth
Loeser, Eldridge Arthur
Loeser, Sharon Arlene
Lucas, Marilyn Page
Lux, Catherine Lee
Lydick, Robert Roy
Manley, Sherry Jeane
Marion, Lewis Arnold
Marsh, Shirley Ann
Martin, Sterlon Emmanuel
Maupin, Cary Wayne
Maupin, John Denton
Maupin, Joyce Viola
Mawyer, Carolyn Sue
Mawyer, Diana Jean
Mawyer, Lacy W.
Mays, Aubrey Malcolm
Mays, Betty Ann
Mays, Kenneth Edward
McCann, Claudia Jean
McCauley, Bett Ann
McDaniel, Charlotte Gail
McDiarmid, Crover William
Patterson, Brian George
Patterson, John Danie
Payne, Terry Adella
Pearson, Arthur Segar
Powell, James Vemon
Proffitt, Nan? Mae
Propst, Davi L.
Quick, Jacqueline Lee
Raines, Jenny Bea
Redlands, Hazel Irene
Reynolds, Linda Martin
Rice, Virginia Sue .
Richardson, Lawrence K.
Rittenhouse, Margaret Jean
Roberts, Lydia Maria
Rogers, Barbara Earlene
Rohm, NVilliam Donald
Rosenkrans, Barbara Ann
Sacre Frederick Franklin
Schmiel Ulrika Louise
Scensny, Patricia Bonnie
Seifert Miles Carl
Sensahaugh, Ronald Glenn
Shaver Patricia Bonnie
Shiiflett Betty Jane
Shiiflett Donna Jean
Shiiflett Frances Ruby
Shifflett Linda Ann
Shiiflett Margiret Louise
Nvlllldlll Cl If
Shiilett, Brenda Loraine
Shiflett, Elizabeth Maybell
Shiilett, Juanita Mardell
Shores, Oleta Jane
Shull, Marion Elizabeth
Slavik, Edwin Joe
Smith, Harry Wilson
Snead, Jerome Stanley
Springer, Rebecca Ann
Sprouse, Brenda Joyce
Sprouse, Gracie Louise
Sprouse, Jacob Rea -
Sprouse, Jolm Mason
Sprouse, Robert Lester
Stanton, Kathy Anne
Strauss, Charles Jeff
Strauss, Sallie Marie
Strickler, Edward Kenneth
Sudduth, Charles G.
Sullivan, Carolyn Lee
Taggart, Karla Sue
Taylor, Phyllis Jean
Taylor, Vvillitllll Franklin
Thacker, Alfred Madison
Thomas, Charlotte. Ann
Thornton, William Norman
Tilman, George Thomas
Titus, John B.
Tomlin, Alice Evon
Tomlin, Frankie- Dale
Toms, Larry Mason
Zoulis, Cynthia Therapea
Travis,' Millicent Clariece
Verburg, Paul Karsten
Vess, Robert Lawrence
Vest, Martha Agnus
Via, Carolyn D.
Via, Marjorie Ann
Voris, Richard J.
NValker, Patricia Carolyn
NValton, Michael Gene
YVard, Beverly Ann
W'ard, Carolyn Maxine
XVatson, Dorothy Helen
NVatson, Mark kvllliillll
YVesner, Ronald Dean
Wetsel, Carol Lee
VVilson, Dale Wagers
Winkler, Elizabeth Alea
XVithers, Francis Carter
NVood, Brenda Ann
YVood, Gloria Jean
XVood, Patricia G.
XVood, Roy Allen
Woodruff, Bruce Boyd
Woodson, Donald L.
X-Voodson, Sylvia Ann
Woody, Patricia Ann
VVoodzell, Norris XVillian1
WVyant, David C.
NVyant, Linda Jo
Yancey, Doris June
Young, Patricia Barbara
Young, Sallie Sue
Yowell, Robert Melvin
"Monkeys Pawn rehearsal
Somebody call the sanitation department.
Yes, it's Georgia.
Come on in-one more won't make any difference.
He begged us to take it
Cabell, don't you have anything better
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VIRGINIA HOSPITALITY IN JEFFERSON'S COUNTRY
Wonderful Food - Air Conditioned
" A KNOTT MOTOR HOTEL"
Bruce R. Richardson, Jr., GEN. MGR.
GLEASON'S BAKERY, INC.
Fancy Pastries, Cakes, Pies
We Specialize in Decorated
Cakes for All Occasions
101 East Main Street
AUTHORIZED UNDERWOOD AGENCY
GESTETNER MIMEOGRAPH MACHINES
915 W. Main Street
COLONIAL TILE CORP.
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Floor Coverings Soapstone Cefimlc Tile
Acoustic Tile Counter Tops Wool Carpet
Manager--Bill' Hayward Salesman-Buddy Critzer
LAUNDRY - QUICK SERVICE WASHETTE -- DRY CLEANING
COLD STORAGE VAULT
Just Dial 2-9136
215 Avon Street
ROBERTS PIANO CO.
BALDWIN PIANOS 81 ORGANS
SELMA, BUNDY, 81 OLDS
1149 Rose Hill Drive
705 Preston Ave.
--WE CLEAN RUGS
"Jay" Stands for Jewelry
205 East Main Street
LUM BER COMPANY
Custom Mill Work
Hardware All Types
Paint Resilient Floors
Glass Plumbing 81 Heating
Serving the Community Since I893
Dial 2-5135 Charlottesville, Virginia
CROZET HARDWARE CO. CROZET INSURANCE
' GENERAL INSURANCE
Carl F. Barnes Ella S. Barnes
Suppliers for Collegians for Over a Century
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
CHARLOTTESVILLE HARDWARE CO
THE COLONNADE SHOP. INC-.
"Fashion Center in Charlottesville"
EARL H. VAUGI-IAN, INC.
PLUMBlNG AND HEATING CONTRACTORS
Selectemp Heating-Iron Fireman Products
"Coal That Burns"
608 Preston Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia
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lily, 'filll "WE DELIVER" COLEMAN'S JEFFERSON SHOP
My Dial 24231 414 East Main Street
9 201 East Main Street
Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia
FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY
University Shopping Center CABELL AND STORY
Route 250 West 2110 Ivy Rgad
Tl h 2-9995
sep one Charlottesville, Virginia
"Ken" Thomason, Owner 81 Operator
Compliments of: at SNYDER' INC.
FURNITURE FOR THE HOME
BOTTLED GAS CORPORATION AND OFHCE
Crozet Print Shop
FINE PRINTING SINCE l9l3
Telephone 2366 Crozet, Virginia
Gctrclnel' Sheet Metol Shop
ROOFING AND HEATING AIR CONDITIONING
THE JEFFERSON SCHOOL
STUDIO ART SHOP
906 W. Main
CHARLES KING 8. SON
CROZET DRUG CO.
SERVICE FOR THE SICK
C. F. Stanley
Manager and Pharmacist
LEE H. CASON
HORACE W. DANIEL
Auto - Fire - Lite Insurance
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
"It Pays to Know Your State Farm Agent'
Jefterson at 5th Street
COSTUMES ACCESSORIES SPORTSWEAR
Barracks Road Shopping Center
CHARLOTTESVILLE FROZEN FOODS, INC.
WHOLESALE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
514-516 Preston Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia
TIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO
TIONAL BANK AND TRUST C
Wiley 's, Inc.
SPECIALIZING IN JUNIOR APPAREL
SEALS SINCLAIR SERVICE
Washing - Polishing
SANDRIDGE OIL COMPANY
Business Phone 2701
Residential Phone 2626
ESSO FUEL OIL DEALER
JETS, KEDS ond P.F.
313 E. Main Street
SUBURBAN BEAUTY SHOP
Supervisor and Stylist
Route 250 West
AT UNIVERSITY SHOPPING CENTER
THE SHORTHAND CLUB
UNIVERSITY SHOPPING CENTER
SILHOUETTE BEAUTY SALON
POLLY HARLOW-CHRIS WATSON
1106 W. Main Street
Hill 81 Irving, Inc.
First and Market Street Charlottesville, Virginia
THE W. J. KELLER CO.
Spalding Saddles and Loafers
Capezios - Bass Weeiuns
Andrew Geller - Mademoiselle
Paradise - Naturalizers
Town and Country-Freemans
Wright's Arch Preservers for Men
404 E. Main
L. A. LACY
Your Headquarters for 1960
" Prices Upon Request
LOWE'S JEWELRY CO.
319 E. Main Street
RESIDENTIAL 84 COMMERCIAL
900 Harris Street
See The New Collections
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CHARLOTTESVILLE COCA- COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC.
H 8. M SHOE STORE
Always a Step Ahead in Fashion
"Shoes for the Entire Family"
101 W. Main Street
Door Panels - Arm Rests - Seat Covers
Convertible Tops - Floor Mats
Headliners - Truck Seats Rebuilt
JOHN'S SEAT COVER CENTER
107 Sixth Street, N.W.
121 N. Commerce
Phone WH 2-7147
7 DAY SHOPPING CENTER
Hotpoint Appliances Hardware
Glidden Paints U Toys
Nutone Built-in Stereo 81 Intercom 81
AM-FM Radio 81 High Fidelity
Hours-Seven Days a Week
MIDWAY ELECTRIC CO.
114 East Main Street
FOR THE FINEST
IN GREETING CARDS
In Historic Virginia
Charlottesville 8. Williamsburg
My Eating WlZUgR'R55
OVER HALF CENTURY
OF PUBLIC SERVICE
KELLER M GEORGE
H. M. GLEASON 8. CO.
Farm Machinery and Motor Trucks
Serving You Since T871
Ist 8. Garrett St.
HOME MATERIALS. INC.
QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS
I24O Harris Street
SYSTEMS - SUPPLIES
200 E. Market Street
FAMILY OF STORES SERVING
YOUR EVERY SHOPPING NEED-
Acres of Free Parking
Tors - TWEENS - TEENS
Fore A PRETTIER You CROZET SERVICE
sunesss BEAUTY sALoN CENTER' 'NC'
COMPLIMENTS KING 8. ROBERTS, INC.
OF Wholesale Confectioners
wise Pomro CHIPS
FOOD MART 81 lNsTmmoNAL Fooo PRODUCTS
TOWN 81 COUNTRY
IIO6 Rose Hill Drive
. E. WHEELER 8. COMPANY
Post Office Box I64
405 East Market Street
S. W. BARNES
CROZET LUMBER CO.. INC.
CROZET GULF SERVICE
Light and Heavy Wrecker Service
Gas - Oil - Accessories
HAYNES L. SETTLE
RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL
7I4 Rose Hill Drive
"AT THE CORNER"
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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 'hone 2'7'9'
Quality Ready-Mixed Concrete
Yard 81 Garden Products
ESTES SUPER MARKET
SHOP CASH AND CARRY
AND SAVE MORE
Independently Owned 8g Operated I.
J. ELMER ESTES
501 Cherry Ave.
BROWN'S DRY CLEANERS
Harry J . Brown
510 Preston Avenue
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iii West Main Street
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227 West Main Street
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WHOLESALE FRESH Erzults
66 , ' 99
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Main at Fourth Street
322 East Main Street
PREDDY'S WATCH SERVICE
ON THE MEZZANINE IN WESTERN AUTO BUILDING
BARRACKS ROAD SHOPPING CENTER
Hours-9:30 to 6:00 Monday Through Saturday
Owned and Operated by W. R. CGaitJ Preddy-Certified Watchmaker
Dmohunrlro Electric Company
FHS -4 Avvlime 400 EAST MARKET STREET
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PUTT YOUR TROUBLES AWAY
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Rt. 29 N, Hydraulic Road
TRIMBLE'S DRY CLEANING
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Certified Watchmaker and Jeweler
Authorized Representative for
Bulova - Keepsake - Elgin
Diamond and Wedding Rings
104 South First Street
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EASTERN REGIONAL OFFICE '
State Farm Insurance
AUTO - LIFE - FIRE
IOOI Emmet Street Charlottesviile, Virginia
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Leonard E. Bunch, Sr. OF
GROCERY- FEEDS AND SEEDS
North Garden, Virginia Oasis Restaurant
RIC ESSO SERVICE
Groceries - Novelities - Fireworks
Snack Bar "Central Virginia's Leading
John Lyster K Proprietor,
Free Pickup Charlottesville, Virginia
.Phone 3-0312 Branch Schools
On Route 29 in
2 Miles N0fl'l'0 of Charlottesville Marion, South Boston, Fredericksburg
Top Value Stamps Winchester, Emporia, Salisbury, Md.
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Free Parking-Air-Conditioned THE FINEST FOOD IN TOWN
941 Preston Avenue 415 East Main Street
NORCROSS TRANSFER 8. STORAGE
624 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia
M. C. THOMAS
420 East Main Street
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404 National Ba
TOBY BROWN - ALBEMARLE HlGH'S
The High School Fashion Council
Outfitters To Young Gentlemen
Charlottesville, Vo. Moin ot Third St.
Chorlottesville's Shopping Center For 54 Years
University Cafeteria PRINTING
916 Preston Avenue
At The Comer Industrial Publication Engraving
HOUTSTANDINGH Brochures Industrial Forms
bv Annuals Catalogs
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF T961
A COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE
IN DOWNTOWN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
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Charlottesville's Oldest Music Store
233 West Main St. Charlottesville, Va.
BARRACKS ROAD SHOPPING
"Complete Formal Wectr.
THE 213 SHOP
213 Fourth St., N.E.
THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, Leads
Brushes and Painter's Specialties
121 West Main Street
C. H. Williams, Inc.
CHARLOTTESVlLLE'S COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE
SHOES EOR ALL occAsioNs
VALLEY VIEW ELoRlsT For GMS
FLOWERS Fora EVERY occAsioN Cobblefs . . Edlih HWY
Phone 6-6141 For BOYS
Florsheim Taylor Made
418 East Main
308 E. Main Street
SPERRY PIEDMONT COMPANY
lDivision of Sperry Rand Corp,
The Young Meds Shop
QUALITY MEN'S WEAR
TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOP
"Clothes for the woman of discriminating taste"
l I4 Fourth Street N. E. Charlottesville, Virginia
For The School For The Home For The Office
You'll Find Whatever You Need In
Stationery School Supplies Greeting Cards
Books Office Supplies Athletic Cards
Office Furniture Novelties
At Charlottesville's Leading Book Store
ANDERSON BROS. BOOKSTORE
Serving This Community Since T876
Located at the University of Virginia
PHONE 3-6083 OPE
The Jefferson House
"FINE FURNITURE Pole LESS"
Route 29 North-P. O. Box 683
Gulf Oil Company
Route 4 Box 4-A
, Gene Woods
24 Hour Wrecking Service
A.A.A. Emergency Service
General Repairs for All Cars
GENE WOOD'S GARAGE
AUTO AND TRUCK
VANCE BUICK CO.
900 Preston Avenue
MctcGREGOR MOTORS, INC.
416 West Main St.
404 East Market Street
R. M. DAVIS MOTORS, INC.
1311 West Main Street
COGGINS MOTOR CO., INC.
330 Preston Avenue
Studebaker Cars and Trucks
856 West Main Street
BRADLEY PEYTON Ill
858 West Main Street
DOMINICK CHEVROLET CO.
Ist ond Water Streets
H. M. GLEASON AND CO., INC.
1st and Garrett Streets
International Trucks and
WRlGHT'S WRECKING YARD
1320 East Market Street
Allis Chalmers Farm Equipment
HARPER MOTORS, INC.
Preston Avenue at Ninth Street
Authorized Dealer for Volkswagen
RUSSELL MOONEY OLDS SALES AND SERVICE
315 West Main Street
Oldsmobile-G.M.C. Trucks-Oldsmobile F85
ACNXE VISIBLE RECORDSJNC
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