Alexander Park High School - The National Yearbook (Portsmouth, VA)

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r DfGlTIZEDCSH DGB ' IvVi h :jSJ£ Cl l o n a PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF ALEXANDER PARK HIGH SCHOOL, PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA. Portsmouth Public Librarv Dedication To Mrs. Arlene M. Moore, whose fellowship and understanding have been with us throughout our school days in Alexander Park, the Senior Class affectionately dedicates the 1946 NATIONAL C able of Contents ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ACTIVITIES FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS o r e w o r a Nineteen forty-six is the first year we have attended classes in Alexander Park under peace-time conditions. Although our school was created by the war, the only change has been the loss of a few stud- ents. Despite the fact that we were all temporarily established, our school was not " harem-scarem " as might have been expected. We realize that A.P.H.S. will be a school several years after the peace and the old " war spirit " will be carried on. We will look back with pleasant memories and proudly speak of " Old A.P.H.S " Of () minis Iratlon Me. William A. Early When Alexander Park first became a settlement, Mr, William Early was faced with the difficult problem of educating over four thousand children in a new community. That was in January 1943 — since then schools have been built by the government and organized under Mr. Early’s management. Resigning as principal of Alexander Park in December 1945, he became Superintendent of Norfolk County. In his absence, Mr. William Seawell has been appointed Acting Principal, assisted by Mrs. Anne Kilgore, counsellor. Mr. William Seawell Mrs. Anne Kilgore Qe ig -6 cMcdional Mrs. William Early Miss Beatrice Belcher Mrs. Ralph Maroney Almost every student in Alexander Park High School is familiar with the office clerks, Mrs. Maroney and Mrs. Early. During lunch periods, Mrs. Maroney works as cashier in the cafeteria helping Miss Beatrice Belcher, the cafeteria manager. Mrs. Early and Mrs. Maroney are assisted by ‘‘the office messengers.” These students take messages, file, and help in many other ways. They are pictured below. Nancy Wiggins, Jackie Whitehurst, Jeanette Edwards, Miriam Drew, Norma Early are kneeling. Kay Spies, Betty Robinette, Margaret Fergerson, Wilbur Presson, Doris Rimmer, Patsy Miller, Alleene Yeates, and Irene Spivey are standing. MR. MARION ELMER ALFORD Perry, Florida Math, Trigonometry MRS. ROSA M. ALSUP Greenville, North Carolina English, History MR. HAROLD ATKINSON Norview, Virginia English, History, Math MISS NANCY O. DEVERS Stevenson, Alabama English, History MISS NANCY CARY DICKENSON Portsmouth, Viiginia Librarian MRS. ELIZABETH C. DONALD Lexington, Virginia Home Economics MISS ALICE R. FEITIG Richmond, Virginia English, History, Chemistry MISS CORA MAE FITZGERALD Portsmouth, Virginia English, Civics, Math MRS. ELIZABETH B. GAM BILL Sedley, Virginia Hume Economics MISS ANNE M. GEMMELE Roanoke, Virginia Spanish, Band cMational MISS MARJORIE HEIN Portland, Maine Art, General Science MRS. H. W. HERBERT Portsmouth, Virginia Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Spanish MISS PAULINE HUDSON Clifford, Virginia English, Civics MISS WAVER LY M. HUNDLEY Smithfield, Virginia Latin, English, History MRS. GRACE B. JOHNSON Statesville, North Carolina Assistant Librarian MRS. JUNE M. LOONEY Suffolk, Virginia Algebra, English, History MISS MARGE MADDEN Wilmette, Illinois Math, English, Civics MISS NELL McGOWAN Greenville, North Carolina Typing, Shorthand MRS. ARLENE M. MOORE Crafton, West Virginia English, Government, Music MRS. JANE POOL Dallas, Texas Physical Education T3 MISS VIRGINIA PULLEN Danville, Virginia English, History MISS BETTY RODES Charlottesville, Virginia General Science, Biology, Math MRS. BETTY A. SHACKLEFORD Portsmouth, Virginia English, History, French MRS. MABLE C. SIMPSON Eutawville, South Carolina Algebra MR. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, J R. Bronx, New York Physical Education MISS HELEN STOVALL Glade Spring, Virginia Physical Education MR. LADES R. WARRINER Southern Pines, North Carolina Mechanical Drawing, Physics, Algebra MRS. DEBORAH M. WHITE Norfolk, Virginia Distributive Education MR. C. W. WILKINSON Portsmouth, Virginia , Biology Not Pictured MRS. EVA ALFORD Murfreesboro, Tennessee Shorthand MR. PIERRE NYS Hasselt, Belgium French, Spanish CkeS enior BILL LEONARD.. BILL ANDERTON JIMMY POWERS. BILLY HOWELL . KAY SPIES President Vice-President Vice-President . . . . T rcasurcr Secretary The Senior Class of nineteen forty-six is proud to be the first class to com- plete four years in Alexandria Park High School. Mrs. Moore, the sponsor of the Senior Class for this year, has also been teaching in Alexander Park since the school first opened. Among the Senior activities, the Senior Party on January 30th and the play, “Bolts and Nuts,” given in early April will long be remembered by the seniors as occasions of laughter, fun, and work. Billy Howell, Jimmy Powers, Bill Anderton, Kay Spies, and Bill Leonard ROY ANDERSON BILL ANDERTON MARVIN LEE BAILEY MAE BARNES DOROTHY BUCHANAN CLIFTON CHAMBLISS EMI LIE CLEMENTS WILLIAM S. CLEMENTS LUCILLE COLLINS RUEL COLLINS FRED CRANE BILL CRUTCHFIELD JAMES DANIEL ELAINE EDDY MARGARET FERGUSON AUDREY GRANGER BERNARD GRIBBLE a, cMaiional BETTY GUNSAULEY JOHN GUTHRIE, LOIS HALL, MARILLYN HALL, CAROLYN HENDERSON, MELVIN HESTER, MOIR HIATT GERALD HEDGE, JOANNA HIGH, DOROTHY HIGH, DENNIS HOLMES, MARY ELIZABETH HOLTON, RILL HOWELL JUANITA HUDGINS, ARLIE L. JACKSON, JR., AUDREY JONES, GLADYS JONES, ROBERT JOHNSON, WILLIAM KELLEY ELIZABETH LEE, WILLIAM LEONARD, EULA McKNEELY, HOWARD MAHANEY, DOTTIE MILAM, HERBERT MULLINS GENEVIEVE MURPHY ARCHIE PATTON, JR. KATHLEEN POPE ERVIN POPLIN JIMMY POWERS WILBUR PRESSON BILL PUGH MARGARET RAMSEY NANCY SHUMAKER DALE SLOAN RAYMOND SABOLESKI KAY SPIES GERTRUDE SPIVEY TRENE SPIVEY TERRY STEPHENS BRANSON STONE GENE WALKER ELIZABETH WEINBERGER ANN WHARAM DALLAS WHITEHURST NANCY WIGGINS MARGARET WINSLOW GLENNIS YOUNG LUCILLE ZICKERT Qe igg6 cN.alional BILLY EASON ANNA LEE ESTEP HOWARD CRAWSON amor HOWARD CRAWSON President ANNA LEE ESTEP Vice-President TOMMY BROWN Secretary BILLY EASON Treasurer The Junior Class got off to a gala start this fall when it sponsored a Halloween Party and Dance. Early in May the Juniors are planning a Junior- Senior dance which is the traditional dance given by the Juniors in honor of the departing Seniors. In all these activities help and guidance is given by the Junior homeroom teachers, Miss McGowan, Miss Stovall, Miss Feitig, and Mrs. Alford. CGhe iq fG cHat tonal Robert Anthony, Edith Bailey, Robert Barnes, Joy Ann Barret, Marianne Beck, Agnes Bell Alan Bell, Doris Bell, Jean Bibb, Clara Boyd, Ray Bracy, Jackie Brown Kenneth Brown, Tom Brown, Janye Burgess, Norma Burgess, Patsy Butler, Nancy Coffey Lucille Corns, Doris Cooke, Howard Crawson, Anne Lou Davenport, David Davenport, Joan Deal Aliriam J )rcw, Rebecca Early, Billy Eason, Ruth Eddins, Ramona Estep, Anna Lee Estep Roy Evans, Eunice Elliot, Harlon Gallimore, Lorna Hafle, Frances Hall, Kenneth Hall James Hardee, Maudie Harding, Fred Harper, Eddie Hedge, Betty Henderson, Robert Henderson Elease Howell, Betty Jackson, Joyce Kaps, Clarence Latham, Roy Leinart, Charles Leonard Zhe Mationai I’atsy Leonard, Dorothy Maham, Peggy Markham, Mae Milan, Patsy Miller, Betty Moore Willie Moore, Ruhy Morris, Sally Nave, Patsy Newsome, Junior Nicholson, Gordon Norton Gloris Pettit, Collen Pope, Murriel Price, Frank Pryor, Joan Reeves, Nannette Richards Mildred Rosenberger, Barbara Ross, Stanley Schoff, Jeanelle Sloan, Barbara Jean Smith, Joyce Smith v ! Patsy Robert Spies, Dana Sumner, Annette Tanner, Iris Tharrington, Marilyn Turner, Ella Tipton Walsh, Jackie Walker, Martha Weinberger, Burton Winemiller, Marcia West, Edith Whaley Eddie Wiggins, Dan Wildman, Aileen Winstead, Harry W inslow, Alleene Yeates, Doris Young C-he Soph op no mo re KjLass Clt HOME ROOM: MISS GEMMEL Kneeling: Fannie Nelson, Cristine Russell, Frances Petts, Bobby Page, Hobart Ramey, Eugene Respess, Nedra Nave, Melba Mobley, Carol McNanus, Robert Prince First Row: Donald Poplin, Betty Robinette, Delores Rosenberger, Doris Rimmer, Gertrude Phelps, Frances Robinson, Peggy Lou Miles, Adele Odcm, Katherine Musick, Geraldine Rowe, Alma Reynolds, Violet McNeely Second Row: Floyd Martin, Jack Mathena, Garland Newsome, Leonard Pugh, Lila Lee Miles, Mary Moore, Jeanne Raley, David Rimmer, Ray MacDowell, Roy McRchee Not Pictured: Jane Martin, H. L. Moore, Edna Rayfield HOME ROOM: MISS DEVERS Sitting: Marie Barrett, Chlotilde Burgess, Katherine Banks, Mary Burrus, Joyce Jones, Betty Bibb, Raymeta Batchelor, Virginia Barnes Standing, First Row: Windell Johnson, Stewart Broome, Arley Aune, Reuben Johnson, Shelton Jones, William (Bill) Bell, Cecelia Atkins, Janye Biggs, Ernestine Bradford Standing, Second Row: James Blount, Henry Blount, Henry Barton, Jule Burrus, Alton Brannock, Dorothy Brinkley, Ruth Anderson Not Pictured: Irene Baker, Loraine Batchelor, Betty Blanks, Joyce, Bowden HOME ROOM: MISS HUNDLEY Kneeling: Becky Clark, Frances Crutchfield, Ina Gilliam, Edward Eanes, Billie Gilliam, Linwood Crutchfield, Mary Evans, Beatrice Carr Standing, First Roza: Edward Drummond, Billy Draper, Bobby Goodwin, Milton Early, David Elliott, Geraldine Dameron, Wanda Cline, Johnny Davis, Blanche Gallion, Barbara Cornwell Standing, Second ■ Row: Charles Davis, James Daniel, Edward Glass, Roy Dameron, Roy Crawson, A. J. Couch, Judy De Armotid, Sara Cox, Nancy Lou Drum Not Pictured: Jackie Griffin, Grace Carter, Irene Crutchfield, Betty Ann Ellington, Mary Elian Gentry, Veneta Groff HOME ROOM : MISS PULLEN Qc ig £ Oblational Kneeling: Charles Tartte, Mary Wadford, Frances Tanner, Margaret W ' arren, Mildred Wainwright, Ruby Shrader, Evelyn Sills, Mable Sumner, Hilly Saunders Standing, First Roza: Julius Woods, Cecil Stafford, Thomas Seawell, Alary Strader, Violet Tucker, Ralph Thaxton, Jimmy Spies, Larry Stephenson, Louis Young Not Pictured: Doris Ann Sullivan, Jo Anne Wyatt, Clyde Warner, Harold Tompkins HOME ROOM: MISS RODES Sitting: Josephine Lassiter, Mary Harper, Hetty Howell, Emma Laverne Howerton, Lois Rowe, Hetty Lipford, Betty Lowe Standing, First Roza: Tommy Harvell, Vivian Hatcher, Carolyn Hill, Jean Kelly, Margaret Hester, Charlotte Hanay, Dorothy Hasty, Claude Horton Standing, Second Roza: Ralph Leinart, Fred Hudgins, Steve Little, Howard Hudson Not Pictured: Hughland Lamm, Elsie Looney, Martha Klutt, Emma Haga, Frances Hubbard, Blanche Hutto, Mary Leasure, Gloria Lindtay ( ie zfresh man HOME ROOM: MR. ALFORD Kneeling: Edna Rue Cofield, Nancy Ann Gitt, Shirley Carlton, Mary Helen Croom, Virginia Groff, Jean Graham, Frederick Coffee, Buck Godwin Standing, First Roze: Randolph Cox, Earnest Candy, John Compton, Sybil Crane, Jean Cunningham, Barbara Covert, Sarah Cox, Reid Goodwin, Robert Fisher Standing , Second Roza: Drexel Carlton, Charles Flinnard, Kenneth Gillatid, Floyd Clark, Eugene Cooper, Jimmy Gribble, George Clements, Arthur Cahoon HOME ROOM: MISS ALSUP Kneeling: Alary Gold Monds, Janice Dearnon, Doris Needham, Katherine Miller, Norma Mae Early, Reuben Norton, J. H. Lowe, Allan Moore, Gilbert Ladd Standing, First Roza: Geneva Meade, Virginia Moss, Margarette Eason, Margaret Davis, Jeanette Edwards, Beryl Mullins, Jean Newsome, Eunice Needham, Edith McLendon, John McCormick Standing, Second Roza: Thelma Lovingood, Dorothy McIntyre, Joe McLandon, Wayne Murphy, Billy McCrickard, Stanley Evans, Robert Meredith, Salvatore (Sonny) Diegatano, Charles Deeds Not Pictured: Marceline La Frage, Barbara Lee, Alary Louise Alartin, Betty AlcCormick Oe cMationaL HOME ROOM: MISS FITZGERALD Kneeling: Billy Redman, John Stallings, Thomas Sabolaski, Eugene Patrick, Keith Stepp, Bobby Smith, Luther Smith, Hugh Smith, Ray Stalling Standing, First Roic: Ronnie Stephenson, Bobby Queen; Cora Lee Singleton, Joyce Sloan, Jeanette Robinette, Natalie Stansfield, Doris Seldomridge, Ruth Sturgell, Elizabeth Paul, Ruth Smith Standing, Second Roza: Jack Shelton, Jimmy Perry, Charles Shotsberger, Richard Ramsey, Harold Short, Jackie Patrick, Louise Page, Josephine Strickland, Willeta Rose Missing: Ernest Price, Rex Smith, Calhoun Spencer, Lonnie Poole, Willard Spencer, Vedie Parks, Mary Prince, Katherine Roy, Patricia Sheppard HOME ROOM: MISS HEIN Kneeling: Richard Johnston, Betty June Harris, Myrtle Kestner, Janet Judy, Ruth Johnson, Margaret Hunsucker, Arnold Holton, Norma Hall, Jack Joras, Mary Agnes Hiatt Standing, First Row: Vivien Holmes, Grace Osborne, Anna Lee Hutchins, Sharleen Horton, Edward Harmon, Eddie Odom, Bobby Jones, Raymond Johnson, Jolene Heffinger Standing, Second Row: Carlton Hill, Alton Hoover, Clifford Harris, Eugene Jones, Lawrence Harding, Harry Hatcher, Ruth Osborne, Dorene O’Quinn, Jane Kaps Missing: Jack Jackson, Bille Harbert, Richard Hedge, Sammie Hogwood, Jakie James Joan Jeffers, Joann Johnson, Mary Jo Justice HOME ROOM: MISS HUDSON Kneeling: Loren White, LeRoy White, Ronald Turner, Jack Wyatt, Jean Wilson, Geneva Tutherow, Ray White, Janet Turner, Jeanette Tetterton, Charles Wiggs, J. R. Young, Donald Wilson Standing, First Rule: Patricia Wilkinson, Mildred Tharrington, Marjorie West, W istalone Young, Shirley Windley, Polly Trivett, Naomi W ' eston, Naomi Townsley, Luenette Wiggins, Louise W ' althall, Jacksie Whitehurst Standing, Second Row. Joe Welborn, Bill Tilton, Dewey Whitehurst, Melvin Waddell, Ronald W ilkie, Edwin Trollinger, Carlton Windley, Harold Walker, James Wharam, Burdell W illiams HOME ROOM: MRS. SIMPSON Kneeling: Talton Betifield, Donnie Bray, Frances Adams, Minnie Browder, Willie Mae Bleckman, Guy Beard, Travis Belcher Standing, First Roza: Frances Lee Blaker,, Dorothy Buckner, Phillis Bolen, Margaret Burrus, Norma Jean Atkins, Patricia Ann Boalt, Bill Boyette, Sunny Beck, Richard Bryant Standing, Second Roza: Patricia Abernathy, Ruby Batchelor, Wilbur Byoum, Harold Box, Louis Byrd, Jack Beaver, Wilbur Aliff, Ross Beard, Jim Anthony SEPTEMBER 6 — Registration clay, and regardless of the rain we were all there, old teachers, new teachers, pup ils, and even the green Freshmen. SEPTEMBER 21 — The cafeteria opened with Smithfield ham on the menu, but where was the ham ? SEPTEMBER 22 — Football season began — our opening game was with Cradock — it was a 0-0 game. OCTOBER 9 — Believe it or not, we won the first football game in our school history. OCTOBER 24 — Senior class rings arrived. We surely were proud of them. OCTOBER 30 — The Junior class sponsored a Halloween Party — lots of fun ! OCTOBER 31 — Pictures were taken for the annual. The boys really looked nice with their ties. NOVEMBER 8 — Election of Senior class officers — President, Bill Leonard; Vice-President, Bill Anderton ; Secretary, Key Spies; and Treasurer, Bill Howell. NOVEMBER 16 — Official closing of the football season. NOVEMBER 22 — Thanksgiving holidays with turkey and all the trimmings. NOVEMBER 30 — Seniors took an I.O. test. It really shows us how much we don’t know. DECEMBER 7 — Amateur show sponsored by the Beta Club. DECEMBER 14 — Boys’ and girls’ basketball team played their first game with Portlock. DECEMBER 20 — Christmas holidays — Our first peace time Christmas since we have lived in Alexander Park. JANUARY 1 — Our former principal, Mr. W. A. Early, became Superin- tendent of Norfolk County Schools. We certainly miss his friendly smile. JANUARY 2 — Back at school after a wonderful vacation. JANUARY 23 — Voting began for the “Sweetheart of Alexander Park.” JANUARY 25 — Mid-term exams — to look at the students you would think they had lost their last friend. JANUARY 30 — Senior class party — Don’t you think we ought to have more of these? FEBRUARY 7 — Miss Carolyn Henderson officially crowned the “Sweet- heart of Alexander Park High School” at the Sweetheart Dance. MARCH 1 — Hurrah!!!!! The National has gone to press. APRIL 15 — The Seniors present the play, “Bolts and Nuts.” APRIL 18 — Easter holidays — What a gay sight — everyone with new suits and even corsages ! MAY 30 — Junior-Senior Prom. June 1 — The National arrived. JUNE 2 — Baccalaureate Sermon. JUNE 5 — The last day of school — graduation exercises — and sad good-bys. v_: jagg ' 3» ■r tmbi I W w A ■ I 1 IkT ’ • «Dry , hr ' Jm ‘ f v OT? ff % V -I IplM £ ( «, a v iMi cl I v Li 1 e s i THE NATIONAL STAFF The members of the Natoinal staff have worked hard to put out a yearbook- worthy of last year’s annual. Sixth period found Roy Anderson, Aileen Winstead, Barbara Jean Smith, Miss Marge Madden, and Branson Stone hard at work in Room 13. Oftentimes Bill Anderton and Howard Mahaney would drop in to render some assistance in planning the sports and club pages. Work on the book was halted only to sponsor the Sweetheart Dance. The staff worked hard to put on a good dance as well as make money. Buddy Steel and his orchestra played and the Sweetheart of Alexander Park was announced and crowned at the dance. First Ron:: Margaret Ferguson, Kay Spies, Gene Walker, Carolyn Henderson, Barbara Jean Smith, Miriam Drew, Audery Granger Second Row: Howard Mahaney, Howard Crawson, Herbert Mullins, Robert Walsh, Branson Stone, Bob Johnson, Bill Anderton 194(3 Oblational Seated: Marillyn Hall, Audrey Granger, Kay Spies, Roy Anderson, Barbara Jean Smith, Bill Anderton, and Howard Mahaney Standing: Nancy Wiggins, Margaret Ramsey, Branson Stone, Aileen W instead, Miss Madden, and Glennis Young JVtemters of tike National Staff ROY ANDERSON KAY SPIES BARBARA JEAN SMITH HOWARD MAHANEY... MARGARET RAMSEY... MARILLYN HALL BILL ANDERTON AUDREY GRANGER BRANSON STONE MR. GRIFFITH NANCY WIGGINS GLENNIS YOUNG AILEEN WINSTEAD MISS MARGE MADDEN . Editor-in-Chicf . . . . Assistant Editor . .Business Manager Club Editor Club Editor Feature Editor .Boys’ Sports Editor Girls’ Sports Editor Circulation M anager Photographer Typist Typist Bookkeeper Sponsor First Roze: Anna Lee Estep, Howard Crawson, Howard Mahaney, Agnes Bell, Kay Spies, Ann Lou Davenport Second Roze: Nancy W iggins, Erwin Poplin, Frances Robinson, Mrs. Moore, Bob Anthony, Jimmy Blount, Chlotilde Burgess TLTL Co-operaiiye Association HOWARD MAHANEY President AGNES BELL Vice-President KAY SPIES Secretary AUDREY GRANGER Treasurer HOWARD CRAWSON Sergeant at Arms ANNA LEE ESTEP Reporter MRS. ARLENE MOORE Sponsor The Student Co-operative Associatirn, sponsored by Mrs. Arlene Moore is made up of twenty members from our high school. Each member represents one of the four high school classes. They are divided into sixteen committees that render services to the school. These committees have done much to improve the appearance and welfare of the school. These committees work in co-operation with the other schools in Norfolk County and meet with other school representa- tives once a month. Among the more active committees are the House and Grounds Committee with Howard Crawson as chairman, the First Aid Committee with Nancy Wiggins as chairman, the Bulletin Board Committee with Frances Robinson as chairman, the Annual Committee with Audrey Granger as chairman, the Cafeteria Oe ig fG Oblational Tike Safety Patrol JAMES BLOUNT Captain EUGENE JONES Co-captain MISS FITZGERALD Sponsor MRS. ALSUP Sponsor The Safety Patrol of Alexander Park High School was organized this year under the direction of Miss Cora Mae Fitzgerald and Mrs. Rosa Lee Alsup. They selected James Blount for the captain, because of his character, school work, and ability. Every two weeks the Patrol meets and Captain James Blount changes the duties. These duties include such things as walking the halls, watching fountains so there is no pushing, checking corridor passed, watching bicycle racks, directing street crossing, getting classes to lunch and chapel programs, and holding doors open. Although our Safety Patrol is doing a fine job now, we hope to make many improvements in the future. First Row: Edward Brooks, Guy Beard, Doris Seldomridge, Ruth Smith, Betty Lipford, Mildred ainwright, Charlotte Hardy, Natalie Stanford, Melvin Browder, Travis Belcher Second Row: Miss Fitzgerald, Wilbur Bryant, Ray Stallings, Katherine Banks, Ruth Anderson, Juanita Martin, Grace Osborne, Rueben Norton, Raymond Johnson, James Blount Third Row: Randolph Cox, Adele Odom, Louise Page, Ruth Osborne, Eugene Jones, Doddie Carter, Jack Shelton, H. A. Barten Standing: Marilyn Turner, Gloria Linsay, Colene Pope, Janye Kaps, Nanette Richards, Betty Ann Ellington, Janye Burgess, Mary Harper, Nedra Nave Kneeling: Joyce Kaps, Edith Bailey, Jean Walker if Hie Clieer Lead earners When football practice began last fall, another group of high school students also began to practice. The girls who are proud to be known as the Cheer Leaders of Alexander Park High School have been selected from a much larger group of girls. No freshman girl may be a member of the cheer leaders. Under the guidance of Mrs. Jane Pool, the girls practiced away many sunny September afternoons learning the yells and the team work required of every good group of cheer leaders. Never during a football game did the girls get discouraged and sit on the side- lines, but even in the last few minutes, the cheers would come from the stands as the girls led the yells. At the basketball games, the cheer leaders could always be O Oblational Tike Tn-Hi-Y Glut AUDREY GRANGER President ALLEENE YEATES Vice-President DANA SUMNER Secretary] KAY SPIES Treasurer MARGARET FERGUSON Chaplain MISS NELL MeGOWAN and MRS. YEATES Sponsors The aim of the Tri-Hi- Y Club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character. During this year the Tri-Hi-Y has sponsored the March of Dimes Program, a food drive, and an amateur show for the needy families in the vicinity. They have participated in social activities, such as parties and dances. The members of the club that are not in the picture are listed below as follows Edith Bailey, Janye Burgess, Lucille Collins, Miriam Drew, Rebecca Early, Eunice Elliott, Betty Henderson, Carolyn Henderson, Mary Elizabeth Holton, Joyce Kaps, Patsy Leonard, Betty Jo Moore, Sally Nave, Colene Pope, Kathleen Pope, Margaret Ramsey, Nanette Richards, Nancy Shumaker, Gertrude Spivey, Marilyn Turner, Gene Walker, Betsy Walsh, Marie Walsh, Marcia West, Shirley Willis, and Doris Young. First Rozv: Agnes Bell, Nancy W iggins, Audrey Jones, Margaret Ferguson, Dana Sumner, Audrey Granger, Alleene Yeates, Carol Henderson, Gloria Pettit, Barbara Jean Smith Second Roza: Patsy Butler, Juanita Hudgins, Dottie Milan, Annette Tanner, Ramona Estep, Jeanelle Sloan, Patsy Miller, Anna Lou Davenport, -Marillyn Hall, Mildred Rosenberger, Patsy Spies, Kay Spies, Lois Hall, Betty Gunsauley Tlie IIi-Tf Cl uil]) MARSHALL DEAL President ROB ANTHONY Vice-President DENNIS HOLMES Treasurer FRED HARPER Secretary BILL VARIAN Chaplain MR. MARION ALFORD Sponsor The Alexander Park Boys’ Senior Hi-Y Club was the first organized at the beginning of the nineteen forty-four school year. The club was reorganized this October under Mr. Atkinson, school sponsor and Mr. Bricker, the Y.M.C.A., adviser. When Mr. Atkinson left at Christmas, Mr. Marion Alford was chosen, with his consent, as the new r school sponsor. The purpose of the Hi-Y Club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character and living. The club platform is — Clean speech, Clean sports, Clean scholarship, and Clean living. First Roza: Bill Varian, Dennis Holmes, Fred Harper, Marshall Deal, Bob Anthony, Kenneth Brown Second Raze: Billy Howell, Jimmy Spies, Jimmy Powers, W. S. Clements, Ray Bracy, Kenneth Hall, Howard Mahaney Third Roza: Robert Walsh, William Kelly, Randolph Ramsey, Moir Hiatt, Harold Tomkins, Melvin Hester Not Pictured: Leonard Pugh, Ray Ward, David Davenport, Billy Eason I ke Oblational Seated: Juanita Hudgins, Dorothy High, Mrs. White, Joanna High, Wilbur Presson Standing: Wilma Fisher, Janes Daniel, Eula McNeely, Ruel Collins, Dottie Miliam, Marvin Bailey, Elizabeth Lee, A. L. Jackson, Glennis Young Tke OistriLiiit ors Cl ml]) WILBUR PRESSON DOROTHY HIGH JOANNA HIGH JUANITA HUDGINS MRS. DEBORAH M. WHITE President Vice-President S ' ccretary- T reasurer Editor- promotion Manager Sponsor September 1945 marked the beginning of a second year in the life of Alexander Park’s Distributors Club. Club members are seniors who are enrolled in the Retail Training Class of the Distributive Education Department. The Distributive Club provides a means of furthering the program of Dis- tributive Education in the high school by promoting friendship and cooperation among the students faculty, and retail organizations. The club motto is “Work while we learn” and the colors are navy blue and yellow. Tine Fuafiuire Homerna. ers ANNETTE TANNER President AUDREY JONES Vice-President MARILYN TURNER Treasurer JEAN RALEY Reporter MRS. E. DONALD Sponsor The Alexander Park High School Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America has become the strongest local chapter in the county consisting of approximately fifty members. The club was one of the first to be affiliated and each member will receive a national Future Homemakers of America pin. During the summer of nineteen forty-five, we were very proud to send Nancy Wiggins as a representative to the District meeting in Fredericksburg and to the State meeting in Harrisonburg. Seated: Marilyn Turner, Audrey Jones, Annette Tanner, Agnes Bell, Jean Raley, Mrs. Donald First Roiv: Mabel Sumner, Doris Dearman, Lillie Wainwright, Earnestine Bradford, Nancy W iggins, Janye Biggs, Dorothy Hasty, Luenett W iggins, Janice Dearmon Second Roza: Catherine Banks, Adele Odom, Violit McNeely, Anna Lee Estep, Ann Lou Davenport, Lucille Collins, Doris Cook, Eleen Deal, Ramona Estep, Genevieve Murphy igg6 cMational of A merica The organization of the District club was held in Portlock during the month of December for the purpose of strengthening the local clubs. Annette Tanner, who is president of our chapter was also elected president of the District Organi- zation. Local meetings are held monthly with the Home Economics teachers as advisers. Installation of officers made an impressive first meeting. Several busi- ness meetings have been held to plan objectives, social events, and money raising projects. Our goals are to contribute to school and community living. With our motto being “Toward New Horizons.” We sincerely hope that in future years, our work will be an inspiration to those who continue “Toward New Horizons” in the nation-wide field of Future Homemakers of Americ a. Seated: Chlotilde Burgess, Emmalaverne Howerton, Mfiry Crutchfield, Sarah Cox, Mary Burgess, Gertrude Phelps First Roza: Christine Russel, Elease Howell, Jo Ann Johnson, Edna Ruth Coefield, Margaret Hester, Carol Jean McManus, Cecilia Atkins, Fannie Mae Nelson, Ruth Johnson, Gene Walker Second Roza: Aileen Winstead, Shirley Windly, Betty Ann Ellington, Mary Agnes Hiatt, Gertrude Spivey, Ruth Anderson, Barbara Ross, Joyce Smith, Curtis Phelps, Patsy Newsome Tike Litrary Cluit BILL ANDERTON President CAROLYN HENDERSON Vice-President BETTY JO MOORE Secretary MISS DICKINSON Sponsor The Library Club is sponsored this year by the librarian, Miss Nancy Dickinson. The club members work in the library their free periods giving the students valuable experience in library work. The library Club is composed of both boys and girls, each group with its own particular duties. The boys are in charge of showing the films in different rooms. They also instruct the teachers on the working of the film machine and help to keep the library in order. The girls help at the circulation desk, help with the typing, and service the books. First Row: Carolyn Henderson, Betty Jo Moore, Bill Anderton, Eugene Cooper, Miss Dickinson, Patricia Sheppard Second Roza: Shirley Windly, Willie Mae Bleckman, Edwin Poplin, Pete Respass, Shorty Bradford, Janye Briggs, Frances Adams Third Ruze: Roy Anderson, Fred Harper, Boh Johnson, Gladys Jones, Emily Clements, Nedra Nave Oe iggd cMationaL First Rote: Emmalaverne Howerton, Margaret Hester, Mr. C. W. Wilkinson, Stewart Broome, Arley Aune, Charles Davis Second Row: Stella Dickinson, Marie Barrett, Betty Lowe, Frances Hubbard, I )elores Lassiter, Jean Kelly, Rueben Johnson, Shelton Jones Tike ogy Glut MARGARET HESTER President STEWART BROOME Vice-President EMMALAVERNE HOWERTON Secretary ARLEY AUNE Treasurer CHARLES DAVIS Sergeant-at Arms MR. C. W. WILKINSON Sponsor The Biology Club has been reorganized this year under Mr. C. W. Wilkinson. In former years, it had been known as the Science Club, which makes three con- tinuous years for the existence of such a club in the high school. The Biology Club consists of students interested in the study of Biology and Science. During the meetings, films are shown and discussed, and many new developments in the field of Biology are reported and discussed by the members. The purpose of the club is to foster and encourage interest and knowledge of Biology. The laws of parliamentary procedure are studied and used in conducting the meetings. This gives the members practice in running club meeting in proper method. The Biology Club is a club in its own right and also is affiliated with the Science Club of America and the Virginia Academy of Science. Portsmouth Public Library ' Portsmouth. Virginia First Rozv: Jean Bibb, Nancy Coffey, Audrey Jones, Nancy Wiggins, Muriel Price, Barbara Jean Smith, Patsy Spies, Colene Pope, Alleene Yeates, Betty Jo Moore Second Rozv: Elizabeth Weinberger, Rebecca Early, Kay Spies, Marillyn Hall, Roy Anderson, Miss Hundley, Betsy Walsh, Jackie Brown, Marianne Beck, Gerald Hedge Third Rozv: Erwin Poplin, Howard Mahaney, Fred Harper, W. S. Clements, Branson Stone, Marshal Deal, Herbert Mullins, Howard Crawson, Anna Lee Estep, Anna Lou Davenport Tine Beta Cluit MARILLYN HALL ROY ANDERSON . LOIS HALL KAY SPIES MISS HUNDLEY.. President Vice-President . . . .Secretary-Treasurer Correspondent Secretary Sponsor The Beta Club was organized in the spring of 1944 under the fine leadership of Mr. Early and Miss Hundley. This Club is a nation-wide honor club. The purpose of this organization is to promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among high-school students. The qualifications for membership on the part of the student into this Club are good mentality and character, creditable achievement, and commendable (Ishe igzfG _ MalLonaL JOHN GUTHRIE President LOIS HALL Vice-President FRANCES TANNER Secretary IRENE SPIVEY Treasurer ANNETTE TANNER Reporter MISS GEM MEL Sponsor The Alexander Park High School Band is composed of the students of the Junior and Senior Band. These members are taken from the seventh to the eleventh grades. The band has played at the majority of the football games and in several of the school activities. The Senior band has been asked to play in chapel several times for the complete student body. In the fall, the band was asked to play for the Ragtime Wedding of Mr. Atkinson and Miss Hundley in an Amateur Program sponsored by the Beta Club. It was a huge success, and for clever and outstanding performance the band walked away with one of the top prizes. With the guidance and patience of the band director, Miss Gemmel and with many hours of practice by the band members, a concert recital was given on February 20th for all who wished to come. Sitting: Johnny Guthrie, Irene Spivey, Annette Tanner, Lois Hall, Ramona Estep, Jean Graham, Bill Boyette, Jakey James, H. L. Moore, Patsy Miller, Fred Crane, W. S. Clements, Bobby Evans, Bobby Henderson Standing: Russell Smith, Jeanelle Sloan, Arley Aune, Milton Early, Nick Cardamene, Jimmy Clanton, Betty Bradford, Donnie Bray, Kenneth Hall, Buck Godwin, James Hardee, Frances Tanner, Eddie Hedge, Miss Gemmel, Nancy Drum TJke Latin Club GLENNIS YOUNG President NANCY DRUM Vice-President ALLEEN YEATES Secretary DELORES LASSITER Treasurer MISS HUNDLEY Sponsor The Latin Club has the unique distinction of being the oldest club in the school. It was organized in the fall of 1943 under the able leadership of Miss Hundley. From the very first, it proved to be one of the most interesting and active clubs in the high school. The Club is planning a very active part in the celebration of Latin Week, which falls this year on the last week in April. At the present time, the club members are busily engaged in preparing an exhibit of Roman life, which will be on display during Latin Week in the Latin room. The week will be climaxed by a special program and entertainment for the parents of the Latin Club members. The Club colors are light blue and dark blue, and the Club song is “We’re the Members of J. C. L.” First Row: Jean Bibb, Alleen Yeates, Glennis Young, Miss Hundley, Nancy Drum, Delores Lassiter, Fred Harper Second Roze: Betsy Walsh, Donald Wilson, Frances Hubbard, Mary Wadford, Doris Young, Byrle Mullins, Edna Rayfield, Jo Ann Bryant Third Rozv: Sarah Cox, Kitty Banks, Geraldine Dameron, W. S. Clements, Charles Shotzberger, Louise Page, George Clements, Juanita Surles, Junior Nichols ig fG at tonal Seated: Bill Howell, Erwin Poplin, Nancy O. Devers, Lois Had, Bol Anthony, Margaret Ferguson Standing: Nancy Wiggins, Mary Elizabeth Holton, Nar.cy Shumaker, Kenneth Brown, Patsy Miller, Boh Johnson, Moir Hiatt, Bill Anderton, Jimmy Blount, Carolyn Henderson Not Pictured: Marillyn Hall, Tommy Brown TLe Newspaper Sta ff LOIS HALL BOB ANTHONY MARGARET FERGUSON MARY ELIZABETH HOLTON TOMMY BROWN MARILLYN HALL PATSY MILLER KENNETH BROWN NANCY WIGGINS CAROLYN HENDERSON MOIR HIATT BILL ANDERTON ERWIN POPLIN JIMMY BLOUNT NANCY SHUMAKER BILL HOWELL NANCY DEVERS Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Art Art Clubs Clubs Sports Sports Gossip Jokes Assistant Jokes Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Typist Circulation Manager Sponsor The National, our school paper, is now in its third year printing. It is pub- lished semi-monthly by the untiring efforts of the staff and the sponsorship of Miss Nancy O. Devers. Circulation aims at 500 copies with more or less as determined by the pressure of the particular issue. We have spilled the ink and mended machines. Obstacles are our challenge. Unstinted effort and cooperation are our watchwords. Of i k e t L C S The ability to live and to work with other people and good sportsmanship in all our activities are perhaps the most valuable acquirements we can take with us when we leave Alexander Park High School. In working in the various organizations, we have learned to adapt our interests to those best for the group as a whole and to respect the opinions of others. As members of an athletic team — basketball, football, or baseball — we have learned the value of co-operation in winning the game. We have also learned to play fairly, to do our best, and to play out the game whether we win or lose. Oe ig fG cMationai The National staff proudly introduces the two boys who have proved themselves to be the most all around athletes in the high school this year. Bill Anderton, besides having been captain of the football team, played on the basketball team and on the baseball team. Bill’s ability extends beyond the field of athletics into the various clubs and organizations of the school. Howard Crawson, better known as “Howdy,” has made a grand captain of the basketball team. Howdy has also made a good record in football and baseball. In addition to all this, Howdy was president of the Junior Class and works in many other activities in the school. BILL ANDERTON AND HOWARD CRAWSON Robert Walsh, Right End; Ray Bracy, Right Tackle; Randolph Ramsey, Right Guard; Boh Johnson, Center; Moir Hiatt, Left Guard; Boh Anthony, Left Tackle; Jimmy Powers, Right End; Bill Anderton, Quarter Back; Erwin Poplin, Right Half; Dale Sloan, Full Back; Howard Crawson, Left Half Tike Football Team In the fall of 1944, Alexander Park began its football career. Only a few of the boys had had experience, but they all teamed up and under the direction of Coach Byrd and Coach Zebzeniak, the boys quickly learned much about football. Although they didn’t top any of the teams in knowledge and in score, the Nationals topped most of them with their spirit and good sportsmanship. Then, as in 1945, no matter where they went to play, their good sportsmanship and good spirit went side by side with that of the students, giving the boys that “die- hard” feeling which kept them going until the last whistle was blown. After the season was over, some of our boys left and others graduated, leaving their same spirit and good sportsmanship. With its hard hitting line, quick backfield, and excellent coach, the team drove home the first win of the year. Also, the boys fought their way to a tie in two thrilling games, outplaying their oppo- sition in both games. To the team of 1946, the 1945 Nationals wish to leave that same spirit and sportsmanship that is truly a tradition in Alexander Park High School. To the student body which was always well represented, the 1945 Nationals wish to say, 21 Bill Howell 29 Bob Anthony 39 Dale Sloan 28 Jimmy Powers 33 Harry Scarce 13 Leonard Pugh 31 Erwin Poplin 41 Randolph Ramsey 37 Howard Crawson 26 Billy Eason 35 Bill Anderton 23 Jimmy Spies 34 Eugene Cooper 43 Moir Hiatt 40 Bill Leonard 38 Ray Bracy 25 Howard Mahaney 42 Bob Johnson 36 Fred Harper 32 Robert Walsh 27 Kenneth Brown 30 Branson Stone Coach MR. FARRAR Manager HAROLD MULLINS ■ ■ KEEP THAT BALL!!!! Boys Basketball At the beginning of the season of basketball, the outlook for the boys’ basket- ball team was not very bright. Only two lettermen from last year returned, Howard Crawson (Guard), and Bill Anderton (Forward). Since the rest of the boys had no experience in playing together with team work, a difficult problem faced Coach Farrar. Despite these drawbacks, the boys, with many days of hard work and prac- tice, soon made a united team. The boys showed their willingness to work and play together. Though the basketball team did not win every game, the boys fought every game out to the very end. The boys in the basketball team have showed that traditional fighting spirit and good sportsmanship that is now a living part of Alexander Park High School. ig fG cMationai Forwards Anderton 35 Mahaney 24 Davenport 34 Walsh 37 Varian 2a Guards Crawson 22 Spies, J 23 Kelly 33 Mullins 28 Howell 26 Centers Johnson 31 Powers 36 Stone 30 Coach John Farrar HOWARD CRAWSON Captain Manager Ray Piracy V arsity Bast eft all Alexander Park . . . . 19 Portlock 22 Alexander Park . . . . 12 St. Joseph 14 Alexander Park . . . . 22 Cradock 20 Alexander Park . . . . 34 Broad Creek 23 Alexander Park. . . . 47 Church land 10 Alexander Park . . . . 21 Oceana 27 Alexander Park . . . . 15 Norview 26 Alexander Park . . . . 34 Cradock 38 Alexander Park . . . . 32 Morrison 20 Alexander Park . . . . 32 Suffolk 25 Alexander Park . . . . 38 South Norfolk 46 Alexander Park . . . . 44 St. Joseph 34 Alexander Park . . . . 24 Suffolk 23 Alexander Park. . . . 25 Churchland 14 Alexander Park. . . . 33 Morrison 18 Alexander Park . . . . 21 Norview 33 Alexander Park. . . . 56 Oceana 39 Alexander Park. . . . 47 Broad Creek 24 Alexander Park . . . . 28 South Norfolk 53 Alexander Park. . . . Portlock — Dec. 14 — Nationals Dec. 17 — Nationals Dec. 18 — Nationals Dec. 22 — Nationals Jan. 8 — Nationals Jan. 11 — Nationals Jan. 15 — Nationals Jan. 18 — Nationals Jan. 22 — Nationals Jan. 25 — Nationals Jan. 28 — Nationals Feb. 1 — Nationals Feb. 5 — Nationals Feb. 8 — Nationals Feb. 12. — Nationals, Feb. 15 — Nationals Feb. 19 — Nationals, Feb. 22 — Nationals, Feb. 26 — Nationals, Mar. 1 — Nationals. Girls Bask asKeicoa (Llie cMaUonat 35 Portlock 25 22 St. Joseph 13 16 Cradock 16 18 Broadcreek 20 28 Churchland 18 24 Oceana 77 27 Norview 29 17 Cradock 16 35 Morrison 23 32 Suffolk 30 34 South Norfolk 19 29 St. Joseph 16 28 Suffolk 25 24 Churchland 11 27 Morrison 13 26 Norview 17 29 Oceana 27 30 Broadcreek 33 25 South Norfolk 28 Portlock WHEEEEE ! ! ! BALLET!!! OH ! COME ON DOWN. Our girls’ team has developed into the best team since the organization of basketball in the school. Six veterans from last year’s squad and fourteen girls chosen from forty contestants, made up the team. The high scorers for the season were — Pope 135, Wiggins 95, Brinkley 87, Granger 56 and Bell 56. It is impossible to appreciate the grand work done by our guar ds during the entire season. Although they never made any points, they kept the opponents from adding freely to their score. Members of the team have had fun during the season selling drinks to aid the Athletic Fund. Our team was under the capable leadership of our new coach, Mrs. Donald. The team will greatly miss Pope, Granger and Wiggins, who are graduating, but they are looking forward to an even bigger and better year. FORWARDS Brinkley Granger Wiggins Bell Pope Spies Burrus Kaps Phelps Butler GUARDS Miller Davenport Reck Drew Ellington Walsh, M. Walsh, B. Winstead Cornwall Wad ford Richards MANAGERS Walker Henderson Clements COACH Mrs. Donald TWO POINTS??? Can Tl -on Inna? [me Kelly without the twinkle on his eye, Mahaney without a girl standing by? Mullins ever having a crush, Patton ever in a rush? Poplin not talking of a Churchland blonde, Powers with a girl of whom he is fond? Sloan not singing all of the while, Sabalski without the personality smile? Stone not having some new song, Walsh staying in school all day long? Miliam without a date one night, Murphy not always looking right? Pope never making a long shot, Jones never being on the dot? Spies going to class all day, Weinberger without a thing to say? Stephens ever looking gruesome, Walker not dreaming of Newsome? Wiggins without a standing date, Anderson not ever being late? Crane without a tune to play, Johnson without a fag all day? Ferguson without her blond admirer, M. Hall not getting an “A” or higher? Guthrie and not his saxaphone, Henderson spending an evening alone? Howell ever having more than a dime, Hudgins having her work on time? Hester without his bored sighs, Jackson without one of the High’s? Sloppy Joe’s not being crowded every night, All of the Seniors doing everything right? Mrs. Moore without a thing to do, These things I can’t imagine, can you? r j L ■r PH V m mtl Wf. ' ' £j 1 u r e s Joyce Kaps crowns Carolyn Henderson Tike S weetkearf of Alexander Park The ladies of Carolyn’s court are Joyce Kaps, maid of honor, Marianne Beck, Annette Tanner, Marilyn Turner, Audrey Jones, Genevieve Murphy, Patsy Miller, Nancy Wiggins, Colene Pope, and Dorothy High. FAVORITE Zke Mationai FAVORITE JUNIORS SALLY NAVE PATSY MILLER AND RAY WARD AND BILLY EASON CORKEY COATES AND JOYCE KAPS BARBARA JEAN SMITH HOWARD CRAWSON AND ANNE LEE ESTEP GIVE ’EM A YELL!!! enior etmmsces Just t’ ink — we, the Senior class of 1946 are the first class to spend our entire four years at Alexander Park High School. Do you remember our Freshman year when we went to school in those funny, little, brown houses? Those certainly were “the good old days!” Remember that first day when we waded through mud several inches deep only to be late for school? However, after registering things began to get organ- ized at 620 Cavalier Boulevard with our likable principal, Mr. Early, in charge. Our next day was spent in getting acquainted with the other students and teachers. Imagine a high school without an electric bell! Well, this was just one of the few things that our school lacked that first year. No, it wasn’t the bell of a stray cow that we heard, it was Wat Seawell wading up and down the muddy road ringing a cow bell to call us to class. “Gee, but it’s cold,” is a phrase that we heard many times that year, because o« 1C)4 Oblational Oh, yes! We also had all the conveniences of home including modern refrigerators, and don’t think our teachers didn’t loathe the crunching of ice on hot summer days. If the students were quiet, the teacher was apt to catch some- one easing out a window or disappearing through the trap door in the closet. No, it wasn’t an illusion. There was actually a new high school built at 409 McLean Street during the summer of 1943. It was here that we entered our Sophomore year with much enthusiasm, although this wonderful new building was not complete. That year we had our first assistant principal, Mr. Campbell. During the year the school boasted of basketball and softball teams. Time passed and September 1944 rolled around. So — here we were back to school again to enter our Junior year. That year we had a new assistant prin- cipal, Mr. L. W. Anderson, and other new members were added to our faculty as new subjects were introduced. These included Distributive Education, Typing, Bookkeeping, and Shorthand. Ahhh, believe it or not ! we really had a cafeteria. When the noon bell rang it certainly was one grand scramble to see who could get there first. Later in the year our grounds were beautified with the planting of grass and shrubbery. Another September; and a very rainy day, but this time, it was something different. We were Seniors. Wl.o will forget the envious looks of our under- classmen as we paraded down the hall to register? As usual we had a new assistant principal, Mr. W. H. Seawell, who later in the year became acting OH ! ! ! MY ACH I N’ RACK ! ! ! principal. Mr. W. A. Early was appointed Superintendent of Norfolk County Schools, he had been with us since the opening of our school. We are very proud of our new superintendent, but we regret the loss of a very fine principal. There was never a thrill like the opening of the football season. It opened this year with Moir Hiatt playing Left Guard; Jimmie Powers playing Left End ; and Bob Johnson playing Center. What a team ! ! ! Remember the Halloween party that the Junior class sponsored? Miss Devers came dressed as a “Portsmouth Star.” The hidden talent of our school was exhibited during the Amateur Show sponsored by the Beta Club. Look who took first prize, Raymond Saboleski ! Who ever thought he was going to win crooning like Frank Sinatra? Our school band not only won second prize in this show but three of its players, Lois Hall, John Guthrie, and Annette Tanner made All-State Band. Our basketball teams got under way during the middle of December. Several of our star players were Kathleen Pope, Audrey Granger and Nancy Wiggins on the girls’ team; and Bill Anderton, Howard Mahaney, and Bernard Gribble on the boys ' team. These players were “on the ball.” Our cheerleaders played a very active part in urging our teams to victory. I wonder if Gene Walker lost her voice from yelling so much? This year Carolyn Henderson was crowned “Sweetheart of Alexander Park” CHOW LINE lie ig fG CN.at tonal CATCH IN’ FLIES? DUCK THE WEED, BOB! at the dance which was given in her honor. Her maid-of-honor was Joyce Kaps, The court consisted of the following girls : Marianne Beck, Dorothy High, Audrey Jones, Patsy Miller, Genevieve Murphy, Colene Pope, Annette Tanner, Marilyn Turner, and Nancy Wiggins. It certainly was a beautiful crowning. When mid-term exams rolled around, Robert Walsh made the highest grade in Mrs. Moore’s Government class. He must have studied!! When we saw r something yellow going by the school house, we knew it must be Dale Sloan driving our school bus. If it was Margaret Ferguson that Mr. Seawell was looking for during gym period, he was certain to find her in room 25 working on the school newspaper. 1 wonder who will be editor of the annual next year? Roy Anderson cer- tainly made a splendid editor-in-chief of our 1946 annual. At the close of this year after the Junior-Senior Prom many of our boys will be leaving for the armed forces. And now it is with the mingled feeling of anticipation and regret that we finish our school career. Many friendships have been formed during these years, but we intend to take their memories with us wherever we go. Wherever we are, even years from now, we will take our 1946 annual down from the shelf, dust it off and scan the pages to refresh our memories of the school days which were spent at Alexander Park High School. ROY A. ANDERSON La Follette, Tennessee Student Council ' 43, ' 44, ' 45 ; Beta Club ' 43, ’44, ' 45 ; Spanish Club ' 42, ' 43; Hi-Y ' 44, ' 45; Library Club ' 45, ' 46; Football ' 45; Baseball ' 45; A. A. A. ' 43, ' 44; Newspaper Staff ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; National Staff ' 46. BILL A. ANDERTON Radford, Virginia Football ' 43, 44, ' 45; Baseball ' 44, ' 45 ; Basketball ' 43, ' 44, ' 45, ' 46 ; Presi- dent of Sophomore Class ' 43, ' 44; Vice-President of Junior Class ' 44, 45 ; Vice-President of Senior Class ' 45, ' 46 ; Library Club ’45, 46 ; Boys’ Torch “Y” 43, 44, Student Council 43, ' 44; Boys’ Senior Hi-Y ' 44, 45; Newspaper Staff 45, 46; National Staff 46. MARVIN LEE BAILEY Iver, Virginia Distributive Club 46. MAE BARNES Winston-Salem, North Carolina Home Economic Club ' 44, 45; Cheerleader ' 44, 45. DOROTHY BUCHAMON Wilmington, North Carolina CLIFTON CHAMBLISS Gaston, North Carolina EMILIE L. CLEMENTS Durham, North Carolina Glee Club 43, 45 ; Library Club 45, 46; Home Economic Club 45, 46. WILLIAM S. CLEMENTS Charlotte, North Carolina LUCILLE COLLINS Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina Glee Club 41, 42; Home Econo- mic ' 44, 45, ' 46. RUEL COLLINS Huntington, West Virginia Boys’ Hi-Y 44, 45, Glee Club ' 44, 45, Distributive Club 45, 46. FRED H. CRANE Greenville, South Carolina Senior Hi-Y 45, 46; Band 45, 46; Glee Club 45, 46; Debating Club 45, 46. BILL CRUTCHFIELD Portsmouth, Virginia JAMES EDWARD DANIELS, JR. Oxford, North Carolina Distributive Club 46. ELAINE EDDY Salem, West Virginia MARGARET FERGUSON Camden, Tennessee Newspaper Staff 45, 46; Girls’ Hi- Y ’44, 45, 46; Home Economic Club ’44, 45. AUDREY GRANGER Elizabeth City, North Carolina Latin Club 42, 43, ’44, 45 ; Basket- ball ’44, 45, ’46; Tri-Hi-Y 44, 45, 46; Student Council 45, 46; Na- tional Staff 46. BERNARD H. GRIBBLE Morgantown, West Virginia 1 )ebating Club ’44, 45 ; Beta Club ’44; Hi-Y Club 43, 44; Student Council ’44 ; Basketball 43, ' 44, 45, 46; Library Club 45; Football 42, 43, 44, 45; President of !r. Class ’44. BETTY GUNSAULEY Midland, Pennsylvania Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 43, ’44; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 45, 46; Home Economic Club 43, ' 44 ; Distributive Club 45. JOHN CARTEN GUTHRIE Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Band 43, ' 44, 45, 46; Dramatics Club 43; Jr. Varsity Football 42; Baseball 42, 43; Glee Club ' 44, 45, ’46; Orchestra 44, 45; Library Club 45, 46. LOIS HALL Lewell, Florida President Freshman Class 42, 43; Basketball 43; Band 43, ’44 45, 46; Latin Club 42; Beta Club 45, 46; Tri-Hi-Y 45, 46; Editor of News- paper Staff 45, 46. MARILYN HALL Lake Worth, Florida Beta Club 43, ’44, 45, 46; Latin Club 43, ’44. 45; Tri-Hi-Y ’44, 45, ’46; Science Club ’44, 45; Home Eco- nomic Club ’44, 45; National Staff 45, 46. CAROLYN HENDERSON Greenville, South Carolina Glee Club 43, ' 44; Home Economic Club 42, ’44; Cheerleader ’44, 45; Basketball 45, 46; Newspaper Staff 45, 46; Tri-Hi-Y 45, 46; Library Club 45, ’46; President of Class 43; Secretary of Sophomore Class. MELVIN HESTER Omar, West Virginia Band 42, 43, ’44, 45; Tumbling Club 42, 43; Hi-Y Club 46. Senior CURTIS MOIR HIATT Martinsville, Virginia Baseball 42, ’44; Football 42, 46; Basketball 42, ’44; Newspaper Staff ' 44, 45, 46; National Staff 45, 46; Senior Hi-Y 45, 46. GERALD HEDGE Clarksburg, West Virginia Beta Club 45,46. DOROTHY V. HIGH Danville, Virginia Distributive Club 45, 46; Charm Club 45, 46. HAZEL JOANNA HIGH Danville, Virginia I tramatic Club 42 ; Glee Club 43 ; I Jistributor Club ' 46 ; Charm Club 46. DENNIS HOLMES Beckley, West Virginia Football ; Baseball ; Track. MARY ELIZABETH HOLTON Vicksburg, Mississippi Glee Club 42, 43, ’44, Library Club 42, 43, ' 44 ; Dramatic Club ’44, 45, Newspaper Staff ’44, 45, 46; Home Economic Club ’44, 45. BILL B. HOWELL Bluefield, West Virginia Glee Club 42, 43; Newspaper ’44, 45, 46; Senior Hi-Y Club; Football 45; Basketball ’46; Treasurer of Senior Class 46. JUANITA HUDGINS Bassett, Virginia Vice-President Freshman Class 42, 43; Distributors Club 45, 46; Tri- Hi-Y Club 46, 45; Charm Club 45, 46. ARLIE L. JACKSON, JR. High Point, North Carolina Glee Club 43; Distributor’s Club 46. AUDREY DORIS JONES Selma, North Carolina 4-H Club, 42, 43, ’44; Home Econo- mic Club ’44, 45 46; Tri-Hi-Y 45, 46. GLADYS LOUISE JONES Suffolk, Virginia Glee Club 43 ; Latin Club 43, ’44, 45; Science Club ’44, 45; Home Eco- nomic Club ’44, 45; Tri-Hi-Y ’44, 45, ’46 ; Library Club 46. ROBERT JOHNSON Wilson, North Carolina Junior Varsity Football 42, 43; Hi-Y 42, 43, ’44, 45; Football ’44, 45, 46; Baseball ’44, 45, 46; Bas- ketball 45, ’46; National Staff 46; Library Club 45, 46. WILLIAM H. KELLY Painter, Virginia Glee Club ’44; Football ’44; Ba se- ball ’45, ' 46; Basketball ’45, ’46; National Staff ’46; Hi-Y ' 45, ’-16. LONA ELIZABETH LEE Raleigh, North Carolina Glee Club ’43 ; Charm Club ’46. WILBUR PRESSON Hopewell, Virginia Science Club ' 43, ’44; Band ' 43, ’44; Baseball ’44, ’45; Distributive Club ’45, ’46. BILL PUGH Winchester, Virginia WILLIAM P. LEONARD Salisbury, North Carolina Football ’44, ' 45 ; President of Senior Class ’45, ’46; Hi-Y. ’45, ' 46. MARGARET ANNE RAMSEY Danville, Virginia Latin Club ’44; Hi-Y Club ’44, ' 45; National Staff ’46. EULA CATHERINE McKNEELY Princeton, West Virginia Glee Club ’43; Horne Economic ’44, ’45 ; Distributors Club ’46. HOWARD V. MAHANEY Cumberland, Maryland Track ’42, ' 43; Junior Varsity Bas- ketball ’42, ’43 ; Beta Club ’43, ’44, ’45, ’46; Basketball ’43, ’44, ’45, ’46; Base- ball ’43, ’44, ’45 ; Football ’44, ’45, ’46 ; Vice-President of County S.C.A. ’45, ’46; Nat ional ’45, ’46; Hi-Y ’45, ’46. DOTTIE MILAM Roanoke, Virginia Secretary of Freshman Class ’42, ’43; Cheerleader ’44, ’45; Tri-Hi-Y ' 46; Distributors Club ’45, ’46; Charm Club ’45, ’46. HERBERT C. MULLINS Princeton, est Virginia Basketball ’43, ’44, ’45, ’46; Track ’43, ’44; Senior Hi-Y ’45, ’46- Foot- hall ’45; Baseball ’45; Nationai Staff ’46. GENEVIEVE MURPHY Smithfield, North Carolina President of Freshman Class ’42, 43; treasurer of Sophomore ’43, ’44’ Basketball ’42, ’43, ’44, ’45; Hi-Y Club ’44, ’45; Cheerleader ’43, ’44; Home Economic Club ’45, ’46. ARCHIE PATTON Hartford, North Carolina KATHLEEN POPE Statesville, North Carolina ’AA vfc C}?} ’42; Basketball ’43, ,TZ’ M 4 , 46; Home Economic Club 43, 44, ’45, ’46. ERVIN POPLIN Statesville, North Carolina Beta Club ’43, ’44, ’45, ’46; Stude Council 45, 46; Library Club ’45, ’4 Glee Club 44, ’45; Football ’44, ’4 N ewspaper ’46. JAMES WILLARD POWERS Roanoke, Virginia Football ’45, ’46; Basketball ’45 46; Hi-Y ’45, ’46. NANCY ELLEN SHUMAKER Bluf.field, West Virginia Library Club ’42, ’43 ; Glee Club ’42, ’43; Glee Club ’42, ' 43; Home Economic ’44, ’45; Newspaper ’45, ’46. DALE SLOAN Bassetts, Virginia President of Freshman Class ’42, ’43; Glee Club ’42, ’43, ’44, ’45, ’46; President of Sophomore Class ’43, ’44; Secretary of Junior Class ’44, ’45; Beta Club ’44, ’45, ' 46; Student Council ’43, ’44, ’45; Football ’44, ’45, ’46; Baseball ’43, ’44, ’45, ’46; Hi-Y ’44, ’45. RAYMOND F. SABOLESKI WlLKESBARRE, PENNSYLVANIA Glee Club ’42, ' 43, ’44, ' 45 ; Bulletin Board ’46; Cafeteria Committee ’46. KAY ELLEN SPIES Blackwell, Wisconsin Beta Club ’45, ’46; Tri-Hi-Y ’45, ’46; Secretary Student Council ’45, ’46; Treasurer Junior Class ' 44, ' 45; Secretary Senior Class ’4 5, ’46; Newspaper Staff ’45; Home Eco- nomic Club ’45; Attendance Assistant ’46; Annual Staff ’46. GERTRUDE ELIZABETH SPIVEY Raeford, North Carolina Glee Club ’43, ' 44; Home Economic ’44, ’45, ’46. IRENE SPIVEY Raeford, North Carolina Home Economic Club ’44, ’45; Glee Club ’43, ’44, ’45, ’46; Band ’45, ’46; Tri-Hi-Y ’44, ’45, ’46; Office Commit- tee ’44, ’45, ’46. TERRY STEPHENS Erwin, North Carolina Treasurer of Freshman Class ’42, ’43; Newspaper Staff ’43, ’44; H ome Economic ’44, ’45; Cheerleader ’44, ’45. BRANSON STONE Durham, North Carolina Beta Club ’45, ' 46; Latin Club ' 44, ’45; Football ’44, ’45; National Staff ’46. GENE WALKER Richmond, Virginia Hi-Y ’44, ’45, ’46; Cheerleader ’45, ’46; Basketball Manager ’44, ’45, ’46. ROBERT K. WALSH Mountain City, Tennessee Football ’45; Basketball ’45, ’46; Baseball ’45, ’4-6; Senior Hi-Y Club ’45, ’46; National Staff ’45, ' 46; Glee Club ’44. ELIZABETH LUCILLE WEINBERGER Parkersburg, West Virginia Beta Club ’44, ’45, ’46; Latin Club ’44, ’45; Hi-Y ’44, ’45; Glee Club ’44, ’45. ANN E. WHARAM Ore Bank, Virginia Home Economic ’44, ' 45; Glee Club ’42, ’43; Secretary Freshman Class ' 42, ’43 ; Photographer Club ’42, ’43. DALLAS IRVING WHITEHURST Robersonvii.le, North Carolina NANCY LEE WIGGINS Vanceboro, North Carolina Glee Club ’42, ’43; Home Econo- mic Club ’44, ’45, ’46; Basketball ' 44, ’45, ’46; National Staff ’46; Student Council ’45, ’46; Beta Club ’46; News- paper Staff ’45, ’46; Tri-Hi-Y ’45, ’46. MARGARET WINSLOW Elizabeth City, North Carolina Latin Club ’42, ’43, ’44, ’45 ; Basket- ball ’44, ’45; Tri-Hi-Y ' 44, ’45, ’46; Student Council ’44, ’45; Newspaper Staff ’44, ’45; Annual Staff ’45, ’46. INA GLENNIS YOUNG Perry, Fiorida Latin Club ’43, ’44, ’45, ’46; Hi-Y ’45; Distributive Club ’45, ’46; 4-H Club 43, ' 44; Basketball 43 ’44 " Baseball 42, 43. LUCILLE MARIE ZICKERT Milwaukee, Wisconsin Girls’ Club 42, 43, ’44, 45; Glee Club 45, 46; Spanish Club 44, 45; Home Economic Club 42, 43. L. M. HARRELL b SON 0O0 Sporting Goods Bicycle Supplies 0O0 Boy Scout Equipment OOO 607 High St. . . . Portsmouth, Va. Sutton Appliance Company 0O0 Complete Home Furnishers 0O0 Phone 771 835 High Street Portsmouth . . . Virginia Automotive and Industrial SUPPLIES “Our Purpose To Serve and Serving Our Purpose” oOo Established 1919 Morse-Parker Motor Supply INCORPORATED S. LASTING BRO., Inc. oOo “Lasting” Furniture Since 1888 oOo General Electric Appliances oOo 809-815 High Street, Portsmouth, Va. Portsmouth, Virginia COMPLIMENTS O F THE PORTSMOUTH STAR ALL ONE ALTERATIONS COMPLIMENTS PRICE FREE O F 00O00 T H E ...DALE ' S... FAMOUS 00O00 0OOO0 AMERICA’S High And Court FINEST CLOTHES Portsmouth 00O00 502 High Street Va. Portsmouth Virginia COMPLIMENTS O F COMPLIMENTS Levine’s O F Jewelers MONROE 0OOO0 RESTAURANT 337 High Street 0OOO0 Portsmouth Va. Since 1918 LADERBERG ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 00OO0 709-17 High Street 0OOO0 Portsmouth’s Largest Cash Store 00OO0 buy HERE and SAVE 00O00 Use Our Lay-Away Plan COMPLIMENTS O F LU SADE SHOPPE 00O00 226 High Street Portsmouth Va. Citizens Trust Company “ The Progressive Bank ” OoooOoooO PORTSMOUTH VIRGINIA OoooOoooO MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. BARR BROS. Friendly Jewelers i 0O0 303 High Street, Portsmouth, Va. COMPLIMENTS 0O0 STORES IN Norfolk — Suffolk Newport News ! Cape Charles 0O0 Phone 3684 O F Merchants (x Farmers n sg % sg COWDERY FLORIST, Inc. 0O0 i M. M. CROCKIN CO., Inc. 315 High St reet . . Portsmouth, Va. oOo oOo FURNISHING HOMES Phones 638 and 639 oOo oOo Say It With Flowers Say It With Ours IN PORTSMOUTH AND VICINITY FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY Portsmouth’s IRWIN ' S LEADING men’s STORE PHARMACY F R OVER A QUARTER CENTURY oOOOo oOOOo Prescription Druggists STUDENT’S CLOTHES oOOOo 200 High Street oOOOo Portsmouth T H E Virginia QUALITY SHOP oOOOo oOOOo For Quick Service 309 High Street ooOoo Portsmouth PHONE Virginia 5 1 7 COMPLIMENTS OF OLD CENTRAL MARKET 0O0 Restaurant Supplies Meats and Groceries 0O0 Phone 2573 0O0 H. Soroko 901 High St. . . . Portsmouth, Va. •THE HARDWARE HUSTLERS Robertson Hardware Company BUILDERS ' HARDWARE, ETC. Dupont paints MECHANICS ' TOOLS, FARM IMPLEMENTS NO 700 CRAWFORD STREET. CORNER COUNTY TELEPHONE 2484-2485-2486 PORTSMOUTH VIRGINIA Phones 564-565 AMERICAN The SHOP for W OMEN NATIONAL bank oOo Portsmouth, Virginia oOo ...A. BERSON... “ Portsmouth ' s Largest and Only National Bank " oOo oOo Six-Thirty High Street Member Federal Reserve System M ember Federal Deposit Insurance Portsmouth . . . Virginia Corporation - Congratulations To Seniors of THE Alexander Park High School FRIENDLY STORE ooOOo ooOoo MAY GOOD LUCK ALWAYS Your Confidence Is Our FOLLOW YOU Greatest Asset ooOoo ooOoo BLUMBERG ' S LEGGETT ' S ooOoo department store Portsmouth ' s ooOOo Finest Department Store 221 - 223 High Street oOOOo Portsmouth . . Virginia HIGH AT EFFINGTON Si Si si Si SHOES FOR THE FAMILY oOo COMPLIMENTS . . . BRADY ' S . . . 622 High Street 0 F oOo GREGARY BARBER SHOP Men’s Furnishings Hosier Si Si Si Si oOo Where Good Merchandise Costs Less COMPLIMENTS OF Jack Zimmerman, Manager 0 O 0 Telephone 21 14 oOo Lucky Strike Bowling Alleys oOo “BOWL FOR HEALTH” oOo 1608 High St. Portsmouth, Va. si si Si Si JEROME GOODMAN ooOoo 701 High Street, Corner Green Portsmouth Virginia Si Si Si Si si si si Si Si Si Best Wishes to the Class of 1946 F rom PILZER ' S COMPLIMENTS DEPARTMENT STORE 0 F ooOOo COMMUNITY 832-834 High Street MOTOR Portsmouth, Virginia BUS ooOoo CO. Catering to the Needs of the Entire Family for Over oOo 27 Years PORTSMOUTH ooOoo VIRGINIA Visit The Beautiful Si Si Si Si Si Si Childrens Department ON THE BALCONY Complete Children’s Outfitters COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS VICTORY BARBER SHOP 0O0 To Have Your Patronage And Friendship is Our Greatest Aim 0O0 R. L. Sullivan, Manager The B. F. Goodrich Company 0O0 Retail Division 0 O 0 1020 High Street Portsmouth, Va. of W. T. GRANT CO. 0 O 0 PORTSMOUTH VIRGINIA Phone 1990-J ...BARNEY ' S.. 0 O 0 Boys’ and Young Men’s Shop 0 O 0 305 High Street Portsmouth, Va. WELTON, DUKE b HAWKINS, Inc. 407 Court Street oOo ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE EXCEPT LIFE ooOoo Fire, Burglary, Automobile Fire, Theft and Collision Automobile Public Liability and Property Damage ooOOo LET US INSURE YOUR FURNITURE AND AUTOMOBILE oOOoo Phone Portsmouth 2661 NORMAN PACKING CORPORATION oOOOo WHOLESALE MEATS Provisions and Produce oOOOo Manufacturers Norman ' s Famous Sausage ooOOo 932-4-6 High Street and 931-35 Queen Street Portsmouth Virginia ooOOo Phones: 768 and 769 ALL TYPES Commencement Invitations ARTS and CRAFTS Materials Visiting Cards 0O0 Furnished Senior Class of 1946 K. C. Hart BY Norfolk Representative JAMES L. DECK Flowers School Equipment Co. oOo 0O0 4004 Kensington Avenue Richmond, Virginia Richmond 21 . . Virginia COMPLIMENTS L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY OF MORRIS MUSIC SHOP ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS CLASS PINS AND RINGS 0O0 COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS Furniture — Radio — Frigidaire i Complete Home Furnishers 0O0 206-204 High Street Portsmouth, Virginia Dl PLOM AS — PERSONAL CARDS MEDALS— CUPS— TROPHIES CLUB INSIGNIA REPRESENTATIVE— E. B. ANDERSON 4111 KENSINGTON AVENUE RICHMOND. VIRGINIA BEST WISHES COMPLIMENTS OF FROM STANDARD SPENCERS HARDWARE COLLEGE CORPORATION ooOOo SHOP HARDWARE 00OO0 AND 433 High Street BUILDING SUPPLIES ooOOo Portsmouth 603 Middle Street Va. Portsmouth Virginia COMPLIMENTS O F T. 0. WILLIAMS SON ..SNELLINGS.. 0 O 0 218 South Street Portsmouth . . . Virginia WAY ' S COMPLIMENTS OF SEA FOOD MARKET PEERLESS CLEANERS 0 O 0 oOo 528 Middle Street CAREFUL CLEANERS oOo Portsmouth 2025 High Street Virginia Portsmouth Virginia Telephones 718-719-739 M. J. MOSS SON COMPLIMENTS OF Wholesale Government Contractors BON TON BEAUTY SALON oOo 518 Middle Street Poultry, Fruits and Produce Phone 1546 oOo oOOOo 804-806 Crawford Street Portsmouth . . . Virginia CLARIBEL BEAUTY SALON Temporary Lo cati o n COMPLIMENTS 518 Middle Street OF Phone 1300 H. B. WILKINS ooOoo oOo W atch for the Opening of the New Paints — COAL — Hardware Claribel Beauty Salon oOo ooOOo PHONE 1213 Washington St. AT THE CORNER OF oOo LONDON and DINWIDDIE STS. “Blazing The Trail Since 1885” CENTRAL for HEALTH’S sake MOTOR ROLLER SKATE CO. 00O00 0OOO0 MELODY MILL CHRYSLER— PLYMOUTH SKATING RINK 0OOO0 SALES and SERVICE 0OOO0 00O00 9th Ave., Just Off High St. 926 High Street Portsmouth .... Virginia oOOOo Phone 1566 PHONE M 3969 % 0O0 COMPLIMENTS PARKERS O F OPEN AIR MARKET ...RODMAN ' S... 0O0 oOOOo . . . Our Specialty . . . BARBECUE 0O0 oOOOo ICE COLD WATERMELONS PORTSMOUTH 0O0 FRESH FRUITS VIRGINIA AND % VEGETABLES COOPER ' S, INC. 5 g % 5 g 0 O 0 COMPLIMENTS Jewelers O F Optometrists ACME 327 High Street Portsmouth .... Virginia UPHOLSTERING COMPANY ooOoo Furniture Upholstering COMPLIMENTS and O F Repairing Portsmouth Delicatessen oOOOo 722 High Street 407 Crawford Street Phone 3593 Portsmouth, Virginia yg m !g % Portsmouth Storage Co. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING OoooOoooO PACKING, CRATING AND SHIPPING OoooOoooO Telephone 1136 OoooOoooO 808 Crawford Street . . . . CLOTHES THAT PLEASE THE WEARER oOo KELLER ' S MEN ' S WEAR oOo Phone 2759-R oOo 205 High St. Portsmouth, Va. COMPLIMENTS Blanchard b Turner, Inc. oOo Coal — Fuel Oil — Hardware Sherwin-Williams Paints oOo KEM-TONE oOo 3410 High St. Phone 911 C— A— L— L BOYD the CLEANER AND CITY STEAM LAUNDRY oOOOo FOR THE BEST IN DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY oOOOo PORTSMOUTH 7 1 1—7 1 2 oOOOo 612-618 Middle Street Louis Legum Furniture Co. OoooOoooO 825 High Street, Portsmouth, Virginia OoooOoooO 813 East Liberty Street, Norfolk, Virginia COMPLIMENTS O F C. S. SHERWOOD, Inc. 00O00 . . . JEWELERS . . . 00O00 222 High Street Portsmouth Ya. COMPLIMENTS O F NORFOLK COUNTY FERRIES 00O00 Chas. U. Freund Super intendent C OMPLIMENTS O F SOUTHERN CANDY CO. COMPLIMENTS O F " SPORTOGS " 0O0 COLONY THEATRE BUILDING oOo 432 High Street COMPLIMENTS O F TRANTS DRUG oOo 341 High Street Portsmouth Virginia COMPLIMENTS OF Coastal Electric Company Contractors and Engineers oOo Commercial, Industrial, Marine, Surveys, Constructions, Maintenance oOo Telephone Portsmouth 93 Portsmouth, Va. COMPLIMENTS OF Phillips ' s Jewelers 0O0 427 High Street Portsmouth . . . Virginia COMPLIMENTS OF Johnson Optical Co., Inc. 0O0 Frescri ption O pticians 0O0 Telephone 511 0O0 508 Washington St., Portsmouth, Va. Coastal Business College oOo 350 Monticello Arcade oOo “Get Your Better Business Knowledge at Coastal College " ’’ oOo Modern — Efficient oOo Standard Courses Call L. L. Kee Phone 41544 Tweed ' s Melody Shop oOo RECORDS oOo Sheet Music — Greeting Cards oOo 905 ] 2 High Street COMPLIMENTS OF ARROW CONFECTIONARY oOOOo “ Better Known as Sloppy Joe’s ” oOOOo THE FINEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD PASS THROUGH OUR OPEN DOORS OUR CUSTOMERS ooOoo Always Service With A Smile ooOoo Located on Old Suffolk Boulevard at Alexander Corner ooOoo Ice Cream, Sandwiches, Dancing STOWE BROS. MARKET 3421 High Street oOOoo All Kinds Fresh Fruits, Vegetables AND MEATS COMPLIMENTS OF State Luncheonette 500 High Street ooOoo C. M. Grill 402 Middle Street Portsmouth, Virginia COMPLIMENTS OF New Home Appliance Co. INCORPORATED oOo 701 Middle St. Portsmouth, Va. Telephone 1771 oOo Hot point. Universal, Crosley Sales and Service COMPLIMENTS OF MASON SEED CO. oOo 606 Middle Street Portsmouth, Virginia Phone 451 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ’46 oOOOo oOOOo Norfolk’s FASHION CENTER « • ■. CONGRATULATION ' S W. d. Smart (£n. OoooOoooO OoooOoooO Norfolk ' s Largest Department Store THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA OoooOoooO HERE’S A CAREER FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL GIRL OoooOoooO Are you interested in work that offers an opportunity for Patriotic Service, Permanent Work, and Future Advancement? The Telephone Company offers the following advantages: Clean, Safe Work, Progressive Wage Policy, Ideal Working Conditions, Excellent Opportunities for Advancement, Pleasant Surround- ings, Air Conditioned Building. We would like to tell you more about telephone work, let’s talk it over. OoooOoooO VISIT OUR CHIEF OPERATOR at 528 Queen Street, Portsmouth Virginia OoooOoooO THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA ...SNYDER ' S... T. B. LEE, REALTOR 0O0 Established 1894 JEWELERS oOo Fire and Automobile 0O0 INSURANCE 710 High Street oOo Portsmouth . . . Virginia 403 Middle St. Portsmouth, Va. Home Phone Store Phones 2148 4720-4096 COMPLIMENTS OF KEVILL ' S FLOWER SHOP . . . GORDON ' S . . . SUCCESSOR TO ESTELLE’S FLOWER SHOP oOOOo Cut Flowers, Potted Plants, Corsages, Funeral Designs oOo Jeweler — C l othier oOOOo Phone Portsmouth 281 405 Middle St. . . . Portsmouth, Va. 638 High St Portsmouth, Va. COMPLIMENTS O F CONGRATULATIONS A C E To The Graduating Class of ’46 PHARMACY oOOOo oOo BEARS ' 1500 COLLEY AVENUE Norfolk . . . Virginia BETTY and BOB oOo oOOOo STORES IN ALEXANDER PARK LOCATED AT High and ELLIOTT AVE., VICTORY BLVD. Dinwiddie Streets AND CAVALIER BLVD. Portsmouth . . . Virginia CAVALIER BLVD. RECORDS RADIOS SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE 719 High 110 E. Freemason Portsmouth, Virginia Norfolk, Virginia COMPLIMENTS O F Richardson Foster FUNERAL DIRECTORS OoooOoooO AMBULANCE SERVICE OoooOoooO High Street at Fifth Avenue Portsmouth Virginia FOR QUALITY FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES IT ' S LITTLE STAR IN ALEXANDER PARK OoooOoooO THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS ★ ★ 125 Victory Boulevard COLONIAL STORES 319 Elliot Avenue INCORPORATED 811 Cavalier Boulevard BEST WISHES 0OOO0 COMPLIMENTS HALL ' S BAKERY TO THE SENIOR CLASS 00OO0 FROM Old Virginia Cake BEASELY BLANFORD Dan-Dee Bread COAL CO. Buttered Biscuits oOOOo LOCATED 00O00 AT 1015 and 1019 High Street Portsmouth . . . Virginia 1021 High Street COMPLIMENTS m COMP T O S ENIO F PORT! C I T O F Mr. Griffith OoooOoooO PHOTOGRAPHER OF " 1946 NATIONAL " L I M E N T S Creating Finer Homes With Wallpaper and Paint 00OO0 T W I L L E Y S DECORATING CONTRACTORS THE R CLASS ooOOo Phone 5828 107 High St. . . Portsmouth, Ya. ROM 5MOUTH r PARK sg COMPLIMENTS TO THE SENIOR CLASS FROM PARKS ' SEA FOOD ooOOo “ Satisfaction Our Motto ” ooOOo Phone Portsmouth 635 or 1312 BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY NORFOLK COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Years of experience have taught us! Printing Pays Us Only When It Pays You! McClure Printing Company THE RUNNELS PRESS COLLEGE ANNUALS AND CATALOGS FINE ADVERTISING PRINTING 19 West Frederick St. Piione 605 Staunton, Virginia Sometimes it is the nature of a craft to create an unbreakable tie between itself and the worker in that field, a heart attachment equal to lifetime devotion. One familiar example is PRINTING. Once editor, once compositor, or press- man catches the spirit of the shop, the spell is seldom broken. Like the odor of a camp fire, or a whiff of salt air, the beloved tang of printer’s ink, symboli- cal of a great profession, gets into your heart and soul. School Annuals, Magazines, Newspapers and Special Printing, all smack of it. It is an invisible link that binds all intelligence together. It is the stimulus for creation in business or romance. This craftsmanship, this devotion to service and alert- ness to business needs, has nourished and developed an enormous industrial vitality, and whichever way the course of the future runs, the printer will always find himself able to adapt his helpfulness to new opportunity. 3230 00143 4780


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