Annandale High School - Antenna Yearbook (Annandale, VA)
- Class of 1959
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When Annandale High School opened its doors in 1954, we,
the Class of 1959, were its first eighth grade class. We never
had to conform to the customs of our predecessors or follow
blindly the rules of the past. It was our duty to pave the way
for those aheadg it was our responsibility to establishvtraditions
that were worthwhile.
We organized a student government and put it to work
improving our school. We formed interest clubs, and estab-
lished chapters of the national honor societies. We helped to
write a constitution and an honor code. With our talents, we
won a name for Annandale outside its local sphere.
Each member of our Class gave part of himself to Annandale
High, projected a portion of his personality into its life. And
for this reason, we have a feeling of possession that no other
class can ever have-we were the first to work and play and
laugh and cry THROUGH THE YEARS at Annandale.
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"The Pause that refreshes."
As we, the seniors, look back upon our high
school years, the faces of teachers who have also been
THROUGH THE YEARS at Annandale are called
to mind. Here we wish to take the opportunity to
thank such an individual.
For your unbounded enthusiasm and interest, for
your continuous encouragement and support, we
proudly dedicate this the fifth volume of the Anlemm
to you, MRS. JEAN PAYNE-teacher, SCA sponsor,
Mrs. Payne sets an example for john Hollingsworth and Dick Cary-"One-twd
Enioying relaxation and nourishment, Mrs. Payne?
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Superintendent of Scboolf t' Robert F' DAVIS
Dr. Clyde W. Gleason A
Mr. Theodore S. Herriot
Dr. Hillis Lory Dr. Merton S. Parsons Mr. Samuel Solomon
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Mr. Ralph E. Buckley
Mr. Lawrance Sawyer Mr. William J. Baker, jr.
A.fJi,fz4nl Prinripul Aniftanl Principal
Mrs. Sarah Lory
Mrs. Helen Wolle
Frerhman Guidance Counselor
Mr. Quentin Hatchl
Senior Guidance Counrelor
Mr. Wallace Bolding
Mr. john Grinnell
Director of Azhleticr
Mrs, Virginia Switzer
junior Guidance Counrelor
Miss Bertha Noble
Mr. J. Harlan Brown
Sophomore Guidance Counrelor
The delivery of your 1959 Antenna marks another milestone
in the life of each student. The full seriousness of this state-
ment will have its greatest impact on the members of our
graduating class. Each graduating senior is faced with respon-
sibilities unparalleled at this point of his life. Many and varied
obligations increase as one grows into maturity. This is not
to be construed as an insurmountable hurdle confronting you,
but as a challenge to further develop a good philosophy of
life. Graduation is commencement, a time to evaluate your
past and to make plans for the future.
Your life is ahead of you. Dreams unrealized, chances
Ralph E. Buckley
missed, joys craved, friends wanted, successes coveted-they
are all ahead. These within themselves appear to be intangi-
ble, but they are present and within reach, just around the
corner. Courage to move on, faith to look ahead, and hope to
anticipate are tools for the life in search of victory.
The world is moving in the direction with the man who
marches ahead. Every good influence is a stepping stone and
every good citizen leads his hand. All the world is for the
man who aspires to worthwhile goals. Are you in step, look-
ing ahead ?
Mrs. Elizabeth Ames
Mrs. Annabelle Ashenhurst
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Mrs. Loretta Bennett
Mr. Wallace Bolding
Guidance C 0 umeln r
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Mrs. Lucile Bridge
Mrs. Mary jack Brooks
Mr. J. Harlan Brown
Miss Kzitliwinn- liufli
Mr. Wa1llzic'c liugin
Mrs. Marv lilizii Bunfli
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Mr, l'lL'l'l3L'1'l Claurc li
An intellectual moment with Mr. Brown.
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Betty Cook Evans
Mrs. Margunst Dycss
Eighth Grade Mulhezzzrzliw
"But you said they wouldn't try that! !" Miss Buck and Mrs. Rarney
couch the team.
Miss Suzanne Faison
Mr. Iohn A. Farris
Mr. Robert L. Farris
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Mr. Roy T. Fisher
Mrs. Marian Flinclium
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Mr. Earl Gill
Mr. Robert Gray
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Mr. William Hutchison
B.A., M.Rel. Ed.
Shriver try out.
Mrs. Mary johnson Miss K. Connor jones Mr. Harry Keller
B.S. B.S. B.A.
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General Matbemalirr General Srienre
'Here's the pitch." Mr. Mishler directs the choir.
Mrs. Ruth Koehler
Mr. Ralph Lewis
Mrs. Winifred Likar Mrs. Rose Little Mr. Allan Marsh Mrs. Garnett May
B.A., B.S. B.A. B.A., M.A. B.S., M.S.
Englixla Latin German General Srienre
Mrs Elizabeth Mitchell
"Hej! Welcome home, jim!" Mr. Baker welcomes jim White, our
exchange student to Sweden, home.
Mr. Kenneth Mullen Mr. William Parnell
B.S. B.A., M.A.
Algebra American Hirtory
Plane Geometry American Government
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Miss Rachael Peters Mrs. Zelda Porter Mr. Martin Rabunsky
B.S. B.S., Mus. Ed. B.S., M.A.
Playriral Eduration Ch0f1lJ I ESSQ
Exploratory Mun: World Hutory
Mrs. Ann Ramey
Mrs. Mary jane Reogas
Mr. Church holds the world on a string.
Mr. Edgar Roberson
Miss Laura Robey
Miss Mary V. Robinson Miss Ruth Royston
B.A., M.Ed. B.A.
Plane Geometry American Government
Algebra IVorld History
General Matbematirr Iournalirm
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Eighth Grade Mazhemazicy
Mr. Robert Stevenson
Mr. Donald Sachs
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Mr. Ralph Shriver
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Mr. Harry Smith
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Dodson, Floyd Johnson, Charles Simms.
Mrs. Virginia Switzer
Mrs. Madelen Talmadge
Mrs. Josephine Tannous
Mr. Robert Tolley
General S laofr
Mr. William Van Sant
Mr. Peter Visnich
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Pauline Stanton, Dorothy Stevins fmanagerj, Marcella King, Elizabeth Cipolla, Clara Brown, m
Edna Brown, and Vida Blevins.
Mrs. Alice J. Wood
Mrs. Garland Woodson
Mrs. Charlotte Young
Mrs. jane White
Mrs. Helen Wolle
Mr. Donald A. Russell Mrs. Mary T. Young Mr. Walter H. P0rter
P1'eJia'enz 1954-1955 Prefidenz 1955-1956 Praridem' 1956-1957
Mr. Loyd R. Whithan Mr. Donald M. Mitchell
Prerizienf 1957 -1958 Pfrefidem 1958-1959
The Student-Parents-Teachers Association of Annandale, better known as the SPTA, served the school in innumerable ways
throughout the year. It held regular program meetings, and one of the most popular of these was Back-to-School Night. On this
evening, the parents of each student followed a shortened version of their child's regular schedule. The organization not only insti-
gated many projects of its own for school betterment, but it gave its full support to all the efforts of both the student body and the
administration also. The SPTA was definitely one of Annandale's assets in 1958-59.
The S.P.T.A. Executive Committee discusses school activities. Lefl to 511-lm, Mf- MIYCUCU, Mr- Gfaflgff, MI- Pflffef, MY- Garland, and Mf-
rigbt: Mrs. Holsinger, Mrs. Cluff, Mr. White, Mr. Kilpatrick, Mr. BUCHCY-
Mr. Stephen P. Haycock
Executive Board: Mr. Haycock, Mrs. Wellman, Mrs. Rentch,
TDM BOO TERS
As its name implies, the purpose of the Atom Boosters Club
is to aid Annandale's teams, the Atoms, in all their enterprises.
During the year 1958-59, the Boosters' main project con-
cerned securing an adequate stadium with lights for the school.
The Boosters attacked this undertaking from two angles.
First, they brought the need for adequate stadiums in the
County high schools to the attention of the School Board.
Second, they had their own money-raising activities. The stu-
dent body donated 390000 from its Magazine Drive profits,
and the boosters themselves conducted a one-day door-to-
door campaign in the community which netted approximately
553000.00 For this Club, 1958-59 was surely a noteworthy
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Gil johnson, Dave Gallagher, Dick Cary, and Steve Mayo pep up the Atom Booster Stadium Drive.
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Edwin Well's Coppage
Michael Stephen Haycock
Mr. Roy Fisher
Mrs. Elizabeth Ames
Sharon Esther Hall
As the year draws to a close, we, the Seniors of 1959, have
a natural inclination to look back over our high school careers
and reflect upon the things that were and those that might
have been. Certainly it is proper that we should engage in
such a perusal since graduation marks the end of an important
chapter in our livesg but it also tokens a beginning, and there-
fore we have a responsibility to look ahead as well as back.
The time has come when we must relinquish the torch of the
leader and pass it on to classes yet to comeg but in a sense we
still remain, for we have all left behind something of our-
selves-we, the Seniors of Annandale.
William Eivind Hall
Flora Lee Allison
Basketballg F. H. A.g Tri-Hi-YQ
Mixed Chorusg Typing Awardg
Evelyn Lorena Angel
Homeroom Representative: F. H.
A.g Spanish Clubg F. T. A.g Ma-
jorette, Letter: Tri-Hi-Y Sergeant-
Judy Fousse, Carolyn Charles, and Pat Goldsmith discovered you
uw fool .rome of llae fenclzerr .rome of the lime, but . . .
Robert J. Anderson, III
Alternate Homeroom Representa-
tivcg Spanish Club.
Bruce Paul Andress
Chess Club: Camera Club.
John McKellar Ansley
Alternate Home-room Representa-
tiveg Spanish Clubg Stage Crew.
Roberta Shreve Arnold
Girls' Chorusg Latin Clubg Soft-
hallg Mixed Choir: Concert Choir.
Louise Mary Black
Yearbookg Art Cluhp Office Staff.
Gary Paul Bennett
Basketball: Varsity Footballg Var-
sity Basehallg Concert Band.
Samuel Todd Blaeuer
Angling Clubg Chess Clubg Bas-
ketballg II. V. Baseballg Bowling
Teamg Stage Crewg All Sports
Day, volleyball, table tennis.
lf. H. A.1 J. C. L.1 F. T. A
Laura Diana Bezjian
V. O. T.
Leta Theda Bailey
B. L. A., Vice President.
Backstage on opening night, Judy justusson and Carol Eckhardt
get ready for the curtain on The Philudelfvhiu Story.
Gerald Michael Boatwright
J, V. Foothallg Angling Clubg
Stage Crew, Manager.
Doug Etka and Mary Ina McMarlin discuss the merits of two
Paul Allen Bonner
Mixed Chorusg Concert Choir:
VI. H. A.: Library Assistant.
French Cluh: Rifle Club.
Camera Crew: Concert Band.
Robert Marsham Bowling
Margaret Patricia Briggs
Homeroom Representativeg Bas
ketball Managerg Latin Clubg
Concert Bandg French Clubg Year-
book Staffg Tri-Hi-Y.
William Lee Brown
Monitorg Patrolg D. E. I.
Charles Brent Bratford
Ingobert Sven Brauning
French Clubg Radio Club.
Where shall we go on our Class Trip-to the beach or to the beach?
john joseph Budzinski John Robert Bunch
J. V. Football. Chess Clubg J. V. Football Manag-
erg Handbook Committceg Home-
room Representativeg Spanish Club,
Donna Gayle Burger
Cheerleaderg Homeroom Repre
sentativeg Swimming Teamg Arch
ery Team, Captaing Spanish Club
"Miss Annandale High School"
junior Play Castg Library Helper
Charles Monroe Byrd
Monitorg Concert Bandg Patrol:
Keep Virginia Green Crew.
Gerald William Cable
Freshman Class Treasurerg Var-
sity Baseballg Homeroom Repre-
sentativeg Varsity Footballg Var-
sity Basketballg Magazine Drive
january 5, term papers are due. Mary Ina McMarlin and Sue Davidson supply
tardy forms to sleepy seniors.
Millard Edward Carr
Honor Rollg Keep Virginia Green
Crewg National Merit Scholarship
Constance Sue Campbell
Dormitory Council: Cheerleader,
Captaing Social Studies Achieve-
ment Award: Student Council
Treasurerg Jr.-Sr. Prom Chairman:
G. A, A., Vice Presidentg Na-
tional Honor Societyg Quill and
Scrollg Mixed Chorusg Girls'
Chorusg Nonettesg Harmoneers:
Homeroom Representativeg Var-
sity Hockeyq Welfare Drive
Chairmang Newspaper, Exchange
Carolyn Sue Charles
Freshman Class Playg G. A. A.
Basketballg Art Clubg Latin Club
Vice Presidentg Homeroom Repre-
sentativeg Spanish Club: Year-
bookg S. C. A. Publicity Commit-
teeg Senior Class Planning Com-
Elizabeth Evaline Chettle Kim Armide Clark Wilbur B. Clark, Jr. William Sanford Clark
Yearbookg Sweetheart Courtg May Semi-finalist, Miss Annandale Chemistry Laboratory Assistantg junior Honor Society.
Courtg Newspaperg Northern Vir- High School Contest. D. E., Art Chairman,
ginia Discussion Leagueg Varsity
Cheerleader, Captaing French
Clubg Mardi Gras Queen.
On your mark, get Jet, . . . One of Carol Eckhardfs and Carolin Myers
wildest dreams comes true.
Gerald Allen Cohoon
Carol Ann Collins
Dramatics Clubg Mixed Chorusg
Yearbookg V. O. T.
Constance Elizabeth Cone
Freshman Class Treasurerg As-
sembly Clubg Officials Clubg
Hockey Teamg Swimming Team:
History Club, Presidentg Baseball
Team: Art Clubg Basketballg Vol-
leyballg Virginia Girls' State Del-
egateg Latin Club, Secretaryg I.
C. C., Secretaryg National Honor
Societyg Hi-Y Councilg Tri-Hi-Y,
Charlotte Ann Cook
Dramatics Clubg Latin Clubg Latin
National Honor Societyg Year-
bookg J. V. Hockeyg Debate Club,
Secretaryg Newspaper Editor-in-
chiefg Northern Virginia Sun,
Teen Correspondentg Keyettesg
National Honor Society.
Could it be that Mr. Parnell is giving a pop quiz? Sharon Hall takes a
Judith Patricia Cottingham
Spanish Clubg Art Clubg D. E.,
Assistant Treasurer, Social Man-
Robert Esmond Cox
Judith Lynn Cook
Art Clubg French Clubg Tide-
water Field Hockey Awardg Var-
sity Hockey: Varsity Basketball
Varsity Softballg Keyettes.
Shirley Ann Cope
Edwin Wells Coppage
Trackg Crewg Homeroom Repre-
sentativeg Mardi Gras Kingg Boys'
State Delegateg Senior Class Vice
Presiclentg Honor Rollg Varsity
Herbert Paul Cummins
Angling Clubg J. C. Lg Homeroom
Representativeg Varsity Baseball.
Dixie Lee Curtin
Girls' Chorusg Modeling Clubg
Homeroom Representativeg Mixed
Chorusg Concert Choir.
Girls' Chorusg Oliice Staff.
William L. DeLong, III
News a er' Baseball' Band' Foot-
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ballg School Bus Driver.
Yvonne M. DeNormandie
Glee Clubg Basketballg Sextetg A
cappella Choirg French Club.
Bob Sproul presents director Miss Robey with a
bouquet as the cast applaucles.
Ruth Mary Dewald
Newspaper Clubg Latin Clubg J.
C L' German Club Secretar
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Treasurerg Homeroom Representa-
tiveg Concert Band, Treasurer
Dance Bandg All-State Band.
Kathleen Ann Dick
John Cliff Donahue
French Clubg J. V. Basketball.
Patricia Anne Donahue
V, O. T.
Lois Ann Dotson
Miss Sophomore, Miss Annan-
dale High School Contestg Home-
room Representativeg Spanish
Clubg Miss Annandale High
School Court' Sweetheart Dance
Carolyn Ann Divers
Future Nurses Clubg Volleyball:
F. B. L. A.g Office Staffq Concert
Arlene Lee Downing
Booster Clubg French Clubg Hi
jinksg Freshmen Assemblyg Hon-
or Societyg Junior Class Secre-
taryg A cappela Choir Secretary
Music Educators' National Con-
vention Ofhce Staff.
George Warren Duvall
Chess Clubg French Club.
William Morgam Dyess
Boys' Chorusg Rifle Club, Vice
Presidentg Civil Defense Club,
Vice Presidentg Footballg Madri-
galsg Concert Choirg A cappela
Carol Wilde Eckhardt
Drama Clubg Freshman Class
Steering Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y:
Virginia Girls' State Delegateg
National Honor Society, Secre-
taryg junior Class Play Castg Sen-
ior Class Play Castg Magazine
Drive Publicity Chairmang Key-
Seniors enjoy il Class Party-one of their priviliges.
Marcella Clea English
Latin Club: F. H. A,, Song Lead-
er, l-listoriun, Reporter, President.
Douglas Dale Etka
Chess Clubg Monitorg Varsity
Footballg Varsity Basketballg jun-
ior Class Play Castg Senior Class
Play Castg Magazine Drive.
jack L. Fennell
Bible Club1 Distrihutive Educa-
tion Prcsidentg State D. li. C. A.
Ronald Frederick Ewing
Footballg j. V. Baseballg Athletics
Clubg Civil Defense Clubg As-
Charles Ashland Fadeley Mary Elizabeth Faucher
Track: Wrestlingg Trampoline: Latin Clubg Tri-Hi-YQ Flyerettcsg
Science Clubg Weight-Lifting Yearbookg French Club: Home-
Club. room Representative.
Seniors enact a typical Cafeteria scene. There are two things missing, however-school
lunches and underclassmen!
Paul Richard Fennig
A A Baseball: Dramaticsg Monitor.
Betty Jean Fewell
V. O. T.
Varsity Basketball, Captain: Var-
sity Softball, Captaing Varsity
Hockey, Captaing Varsity Clubg
Most Athletic Girl 1956-573 Key-
ettesg National Honor Society.
Joseph Paul Fox
Concert Band: I-lomeroom Rep-
resentativeg Latin Clubg junior
Classical Leagueg All-State Band:
Dance Band: Camera Club, S.
C. A., Cabinet: International Clubg
Jane Ellen Frorath
Art Clubg Service Club: Latin
Judith Dian Fousse
Girls' Basketball, Manager1 Mon-
itorg Art Club, Presidentg Home-
room Representativez French
Club, Chapter Chairman, Secre-
taryg College Night Hostessq S,
C. A., Secretary of Publicity:
Magazine Drive1 Faculty Assist-
antg Ofhce Staff.
Robert Tolar, Uncle Willy, waits for his cue.
Suzanne Simpson Fowler
Rifle Club, Secretary: Spanish
Club: Girls' Chorusg Yearbookz
Mardi Gras Court: Library As-
sistantg Tri-Hi-Y Historian.
Vance Arthur Foreman
Latin Clubg Junior Class Play
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Vasil Robert Furnad
Winiier, Boys' Prose Reading Con-
test: Concert Choir: Stage Crew.
David Lincoln Gallacher
Yearbook, Photographer: News-
paper, Photographer: Concert
Choir, President: Tumbling: Or-
chestra: Camera Club, Vice Pres-
ident: S. C. A., Assistant Chap-
lain: A Capella Choir.
Linda Carol Garrison
Varsity Cheerleader: French Club
Secretary: Yearbook Bookkeeper:
Senior Play Publicity Committee.
Charles Henry Gates
Homeroom Representative: I. V.
Basketball: Intramural Wfrestling:
All Sports Day.
Patricia Sue ,Goldsmith
Art Club, Vice President: F. H.
A.: Latin Club, Treasurer: ,lun-
ior Classical League: French Club
S. C. A. Publicity Committee:
Senior Class Planning Committee
Terry Samuel Geib
Varsity Basketball: l. V. Baseball
Golf: Hometoom Representative
James Clarence Gore, jr.
J. V. Baseballg Varsity Basketball
Managerg Wrestling Teamg Rifle
Club, Vice President, President.
Thomas Aloysius Graham
Concert Choirg Varsity Baseballg
Varsity Footballg Spanish Club,
President, Vice-Presidentg Intra-
mural Wrestlingg Key Club, Pres-
identg Newspaper, Sports Editorg
Magazine Drive Team Captaing
All - Northern - Virginia Football
Cadet Clubg Bible Clubg Library
Clubg D. E. C. A.g F. T. A.g
William Eivind Hall
Concert Bandg Angling Clubg
Spanish Clubg Magazine Driveg
junior Class Treasurerg Senior
Class Treasurerg Junior Play Castg
Senior Play Castg Key Clubg An-
nandale Science Fairg Varsity Bas-
Sharon Esther Hall
May Courtg Mardi Gras Courtg
Latin Clubg Art Clubg J. C. L.g
Homeroom Representativeg Miss
Annandale High School Contest-
ant, Semi-fmalistg French Clubg
Junior Varsity Basketballg Key-
ettesg Junior Class Secretaryg Sen-
ior Class Secretaryg Yearbook,
Kathie Quint wonders what Mary Faucher has
been doing with these books.
Garlon Winfrey Haney
Trackg Track Managerg Art Club.
Franklin Eugene Harris
Bible Clubg Bus Driver.
Alice Moyers puts finishing touches on Doug
Etka's make-up for the Senior Play.
Varsity Basketballg Varsity Soft-
ballg Varsity Hockeyg Art Club
National Honor Societyg Year-
book, Girls' Sports Editor.
Robert Carroll Heath
Varsity Football, Co-Captain! Var-
sity Trackg Homeroom Represen-
tativeg Latin Club: Key Club:
Magazine Driveg All Northern
Virginia District Group I Tackle.
Michael Stephen Haycock
French Clubg Rifle Clubg Concert
Choirg All-State Choral Clinicg
Wrestling Teamg Varsity Trackg
French National Honor Societyg
Co-Captain Magazine Driveg
Homeroom Representativeg Na-
tional Honor Societyg Varsity
Footballg Associated Press All-
District and All-State Football
Teamsg Virginia Sportswriters'
All-Star Football Teamg Varsity
Basketballg Wafhinglon Pon, Eve-
ning Star, Daily Newt, and Pig-
skin Club All Metropolitan Foot-
ball Teamsg Srholarlir Magazine
and Sporting Neunr All-American
Jeannette Marie Hays
J. V. Softballg Spanish Clubg J. V.
Cheerleaderg Dramaticsg Newspa-
Wayne Arthur Heilin
Patricia Jean Helvey
F. B. L. A.g Mixed Choir.
Mitchell Wood Holsinger
Concer Band: French Club.
john joseph Hollingsworth
Angling Clubg Spanish Clubg J. V.
Footballg Bowling Leagueg Home-
room Representative Alternate.
Patricia Marie Hottle
Girls' Chorusg Latin Clubg J. C.
L.g Yearbook Staifg Hockeyg Soph-
omore Class Councilg Library As-
sistantg Office Staffg V. O. T.
Margaret Emily Horton
Patrolg F. B. L. A.
jean Harden Howell
Latin Club, Dramatics Club, J. C.
L., Newspaper, Volleyball, Senior
Donna M. Huber
S. C. A., Treasurer, Cabinet Mem-
ber, Y-Teen Board, Safety Com-
mittee, Mardi Gras Court, South-
ern Interscholastic Press Associa-
tion, Latin Club, Treasurer, Vice
President, Sweetheart Court,
American Field Service Interna-
tional Scholarship, Yearbook,
Business Manager, Editor-in-chief,
Keyettes, President, Northern
Virginia Discussion League, Sec-
retary, I. C. C., Miss Annandale
High School Contestant.
Diane Adele Hucks
Red Cross, Bible Club, Choir.
Charlotte Marie Hudson
F. T. A., Latin Club, German
Club, Spanish Club: Tri-Hi-Y.
Finn Vang Jensen
S. C. A., Representative, Presi-
dent, Cabinet, Orchestra, Chris-
Charles Bryant Howery' -lr' tian IX Award, French Club,
Basketball, Band, Monitor, Bus Key Club, Fairfax County Sym-
Patrol, D. E. I and II. phony Orchestra, International
Club: American Field Service In-
Gertrude Ann Jett
F. H. A.g Library Clubg Basket-
ballg Softballg S. C. A.
Dramatics Club: Sweetheart Courtg
Spanish Clubg May Courtg Var-
sity Cheerleaderg Tournament
Playg junior Class Play Castg Sen-
ior Class Play Castg Mardi Gras
Courtg Newspaper Staff.
May Courtg J. V. Hockeyg Girls'
Chorusg Sophomore Class Secre-
taryg Spanish Clubg Concert Choir
S. C. A., Secretary: Yearbook
National Honor Societyg Madri-
gal Choir, Leaderg Talent Show:
Keyettesg A cappella Choirg All-
County Choral Clinic.
Russell Read Johnson
j. V. Basketballg Track, Managerg
junior Class Play Castg First
Grand Prize, Annandale Science
Fairy Magazine Drive Business
Staffg Handbook Committee.
Sandra Faye Johnson
Girls' Chorusg Mixed Choir:
Marionette Clubg Gregg Short-
hand Transcription and Speed
Awardsg V. O. T.
The tall and short of it! Mike Haycock
and Tommy Spencer.
Judith Ann Justusson
Freshman Class Secretary: Sopho-
more Class Senatorg Points Award
Committeeg Latin National Honor
Societyg Homeroom Representa-
tiveg Activities Award Ping Year-
book, junior Class Editor, Fea-
tures Editorg Keyettes, Senior Di-
rectorg National Honor Societyg
Virginia Girls' State Delegateg
Latin Club. Secretaryg F. T. A.g
Assistant Director, Junior and
Senior Class Plays.
But I don't mm! to see Mr. Baker! Arlene
Downing encourages reluctant John Weaver
to enter the office.
Marijon France Ketcham
Latin Club, President: Model and
Stvlc Club, President: Dance Com-
mittee: F. T. A.: Cheerleading:
Art Club: Yearbook: Spanish
Club, President: Inter-Club Coun-
cil: S. C. A. Cabinet, Secretary of
Marcia Clare Keesling
Concert Band: Choirg Library:
French Club: French National
4 Karen Marguerite Kemp
Drama Club: F. B. L. A.
Eric Sherwood Keyes Marilyn jean Kimel Susan Margaret Kise
French Club. Bible Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Red Cross: Swimming Team: French Club:
French Club: Magazine Drive. Homeroom Representative: Drama:
Kenneth Morgan Knott Kathleen Lucille Lantzy
jr. Hi-Y, Vice Presidentg Wres- Art Club: French Clubg National
tling Team: Weightlifting Cluh: Honor Societyg Dramatcisg Othce
Homeroom Vice President. Start,
What price glory? Kathie Quint, Carolyn Charles, Mary Faucher,
and Mary Ina McMarlin do some mental arithmetic.
Edgar Lewis Little
Betty Ann Libeau
Varsitv Softballg Dramatics Clubg
Art Clubg Talent Show: Fashion
and Variety Showg Newspaperg
Miss Annandale High Contestant.
Valerie Anne Long
Music Clubi Music Festival:
Christmas Pageant: French Clubg
Northern Virginia Discussion
League: French National Honor
Society, Vice Presidentg TrifHi-Yg
Senior Playg National Honor So-
jack Lemoine Lowther
Home-room Representativeg Span-
ish Clubg Spanish National Honor
Societyg National Honor Societyg
Key Cluhg S. C. A, President:
Virginia Boys' State Delegate.
David John Lucks Thomas Russell Lytle David Lee MacCorkle
Distributive Education I and II. Spanish Clubg J. V. Football: Latin Clubg Spanish Clubg Bible
Track, Club, Presidentg Inter-Club Coun-
Judy Fousse tries to figure out how many college credits she has
Betty Ray Mack Gail Elizabeth Mahon
Maiorette. Girls' Chorus.
Sylvia Ann Marcus
Latin Clubq Library Assistant: Fu-
ture Business Leaders of America,
Secretaryg Magazine Drive.
Betty Marshall Frederick McGuin
William Thomas Mason, III
Homeroom Representativeg French
Clubg National Honor Society:
French National Honor Societyg
Magazine Driveg Senior Class
Senatorg S. C. A., Cabinet.
Latin Clubg Homeroom Repre-
sentativeg Art Clubg Art Awardg
Miss Lakeshore Contestg J. C. I..g
Student Council Storeg Swimming
Team, Awardsg Alpha Y-Teensg
French Club: National Honor So-
cietyg Tri-Hi-Yg Miss Annandale
William Eugene McDonald
Jolly Jost and Bill Hall relax during the intermission
the second act of The Philadelphia Story.
Bonnie Marte McKenna
Aeolians, Grrls Chorus, Presr
Patrick Henry Meagher
dentg Madrigalsg F. B. L. A.
james L. McLaughlin
Wrestlingg Footballg Yearbook:
Newspaperg Astronomy Club, Sec-
retaryg District IV Music Festival
Mary Ina McMar1in
Modeling Clubg F, H. A.g Major-
ette, Assistant Captaing F. B. L.
A.g Miss Annandale High School
Contestantg S. C. A., Cabinet.
Carol Eckhardt is bowled over-the Seniors got out first!
Gloria Zelma Meadows
Head Majorette: Miss Annandale
High School Contestant: Talent
Richard Earle Mellett
Trackg National Honor Society:
Science Fair Winnerg Magazine
Driveg Varsity Football: Key
Clubg Handbook Committee.
William Alan Merriman
Civil Defense Clubg Angling.
Kurvin Franklin Miller, Jr.
News a er' Monitorg Audio Vis-
P P , '
ual Clubg Spanish Club.
Judy justusson and Bob Tolar catch a falling star.
Bob Bolling and Ben Bowditch confer in the SCA Oirice.
Barbara jane Minniir
Luke Horrell Miller, jr.
Honor Societyg Commissioner of
Boys' Affairs: Camera Clubg Dis-
aster Clubg Points Award Com-
mitteeg Bus Driver.
Virginia Belle Mitchell
Girls' Chorusg Latin Clubg J. C.
L.g Bible Clubg Magazine Drive.
Marilynn Jeanne Miller
Mixed Choirg Patrol: F. B. L. A.
David John Elliot Moccia
Sophomore Class Presidentg French
Clubg Debate Club, Presidentg
Junior Class Playg Boys' Stateg
Summer Science Instituteg Key
Clubg S. C. A. Parliamentarianq
Handbook Editorg Concert Band.
Kenneth Russell Moore
Bible Clubg Handbook Committee.
Alice Louise Moyers
Yearbook, Business and Subscrip-
tion Managerg Magazine Driveg
I. C. C.g Keyettesg Concert Choirg
A Cappella Choirg Operettag Sen-
ior Playg Latin Clubp All-County
Patricia Gay Moore
Latin Clubg Junior Honor Society.
John Gene Murphy
Homeroom Representativeg Span-
ish Clubg Mixed Chorusg Concert
Choirg Bowling Team.
Robert Ferguson Morgan
Carolin Frances Myers
Mixed Chorusg Girls' Chorusg
French Club, Presidentg French
National Honor Societyg National
Honor Societyg junior Class Play
Cast: Senior Class Play Castg Tri-
Miriam Phoebe Newton
Concert Banclg Latin Clubg F. T.
Virginia Ruth Noble
French Clubg Magazine Drive,
Business Staffg French Honor So-
ciety, Secretaryg National Honor
Society, Keyette Club, F. T. A.,
Marshall Wren Nay, Jr.
Track, Honor Rollg Spanish Na-
tional Honor Societyg Magazine
Drive, Business Managerg Hand-
Patricia Lee O'Donnell
Art Clubg Senior Playg French
Clubg Newspaper, Art Editor,
News Editorg National Honor
Societyg junior Playg Keyettes.
Joan Harris Nelson
Square Dance Clubg Concert Band:
French Clubg Spanish Clubg Ger-
man Clubg National Honor So-
cietyg French National Honor So-
ciety, Secretaryg D. A. R. History
Awardg Northern Virginia Dis-
cussion League: Bible Clubz Rc-
Charlotte Laetitia Noble
Latin Clubg Latin National Hon-
or Societyg F. T. A.g Spanish
Clubg Keyettes, Historiang Na-
tional Honor Society, Treasurerg
S. C. A. Cabinet: Yearbook, Ac-
Martha Rosalie Odum John Gllbert Ogles
Newspaper Club. R. O. T. C.: Rifle Team.
Gerald Wesley Orndorff
Newspaperg Rifle Clubg French
Carol Maxine Owen
Newspaper Clubg J. V. Softballg
Latin Clubg F. N. A.g German
Clubg Librarian Assistantg F. H. A.
Hugh Owens James Edward Palmes
Bowling Clubg Track. Bandg junior Levitan Clubg Cotil-
Mary D. Panich
Dale Lee Parker
Camera Clubg Student Council
Representativeg Yearbook Staffg
Larry T. Perry
Weight Lifting Clubg Rifle Clubg
Civil Defenceg Monitor.
The Antenna staff-hard at work!
Robert Alva Ping, jr.
Homeroom Representative: Sopho-
more Class Treasurerg Latin Club:
Concert Band, Publicity Chair-
mang Junior Class Vice-Presidentg
Key Club, Treasurerg Junior Class
Prom Committeeg junior Class
Play Castg International Key Club
Convention: Activities Award Ping
Senior Class Cabinet.
Carolyn Charles despairs as term paper time rolls around.
Judy Anne Potter
Junior Varsity Softball Managerg
Latin Club, Vice Presidentg Var-
sity Hockeyg Junior Varsity Bas-
ketballg Newspaper, Managing
Editor, Girls' Sports Editor.
james Arthur Price
Civil Defence Clubg Art Club.
Treasurerg Footballg Homeroom
Representative, Alternateg V. O. T.
Thomas H. Quantrille
Varsity Basketballg Varsity Foot-
Janet Elaine Rath
Art Club: Junior Varsity Hockeyg
French Club: Yearbook Art Edi-
tor: Magazine Drive Publicity:
Senior Class Play: Homeroom
Shirley Kathlene Quint
Baseball ancl Volleyball Intra-
murals: F. B. L. A.: J. C. l..g
Lawrence J. Reynolds
Monitor: Radio Club, President:
Inter-Club Council: Yearbook
Photographer. Magazine Drive.
Robert Francis Ramay
Concert Band: Hi-Y: Latin Club:
Junior Class Play Cast: Uniform
Storage Committee: Prom Deco-
rating Committee: Handbook
Committee: Science Fair.
Mary Ruth Robinson
Spanish Club: Sbanish Honor So-
cietv: Virginia Girls' State: Tri-
Jo Anne Roop
Girls' Basketball Manager: F. li
L. A.: F. H. A.
Stephen Frederick Ross
Reserve Band, Bus Driver.
Karen Anne Rowe
Spanish Club: Keyettes: Ortice
Staff: Library Assistantl Points
Award Committee: Secretary-
Treasurer, Fairfax County S. C.
A.: Activities Award Pin: Atom
Booster: Senior Class Activities
Committee: Freshman Class Sen-
ator: Junior Class Senator: Sopho-
more Class Vice-President: Mag-
azine Drive: junior Varsity Cheer-
leader: junior Varsity Basketball:
Homeroom Representative: North-
ern Virginia Discussion Leagueg
.Iunior Class Play: Senior Class
Jeannie joy Schemett
Latin Club: Mixed Chorus: F. T.
A., Booster Club: Dramatics Club.
Little john Tury Schebish
Homeroom Representative: Mag-
azine Drive: Sophomore Class
Planning Committee: Road Ras-
cals, Presidentg junior Play Cast:
Dramatics Club: Senior Play Cast:
Northern Virginia Tournament
Margaret Clare Rouse
Latin Club, Vice-President: F. T.
A., President: International Club:
Library Club: Keyette, Vice-Pres-
ident: Inter-Club Coordinator:
Debate Team: National Honor
Society, President: Freshman
Class, Vice-President: Junior
Class, President: Latin National
Honor Society: Certificate of
Merit, National Latin Exam:
Honorable Mention. Scholastic
Magazines National Short Story
Contest: Winner, Annandale High
Girls' Public Speaking Contest:
Senior Class Graduation Commit-
tee: Activities Award Ping Home-
room Representative: S. C, A.
Secretary of Publicity: Chairman,
Handbook Committeeg S. C. A.
Leadership Training Course: Year-
book, Eighth Grade Editor, Copy
Editor, Assistant Editor: junior
Play Cast: Senior Play Cast:
Northern Virginia Tournament
Play? National Merit Scholarship
Finalist: General Motors Scholar-
ship Finalist: Annandale High
Teen-ager of the Week: Summer
Science Instituteg Lieutenant-Gow
ernor, Virginia Girls' State.
William A. Schnackenberg
Softball: Intramural Football 3
Baslgetballg Speedballg Handcraft
Ralph Alan Scroggs Terry Le Roy Shaneyfelt
Reserve Band French Club News Band.
paper Concert Band, Awardg All-State
These kids are living it up at the Senior Party.
Valerie jean Simms
French Clubg Varsity Softballg
Newspaperg Yearbook, Advertis-
ing Editorg National Honor So-
cietyg Magazine Driveg Northern
Virginia Discussion Leagueg Na-
tional Honor Society Scholarship
Marian Roberta Shanks Virginia Irene Shepard
Danfiflg Club: F. B- L. A.g F. H. A Distributive Education Bible
Robert Massie Simms
Concert Band, Presidentg Key
Club, Vice-Presidentg Fairfax
County Bandg Senior National
Honor Societyg Boys' State Dele-
gateg All-State Banclg Talent Show
Winnerg Senior Play Cast.
Joyce Dobson Smith
Bible Club, Distributive Educa-
jean Browne Simonsen
French Club, French National
Honor Society, Treasurer, Pres-
identg Volleyballg Tri'Hi-Yg Na-
tional Honor Societyg Hockeyg
Miss Annandale High Contestant,
Atom Booster Team Captaing
Handbookg Inter-Club Council.
Donald Ray Smith
Chess Clubg Press Club, Intra-
mural Basketballg Newspaperg
Spanish Club, Spanish National
Honor Society, Vice-Presidentg
Tournament Playg Concert Choir.
Patricia Jane Smith
Dramatics Clubg Latin Club.
Patricia Lorraine Smith
Bible Club, President, Secretaryg
Latin Clubg Girls' Chorusg junior
Classical Leagueg F. N. A.g
Joyce Elizabeth Snyder
Latin Clubg Varsity Softballg Var-
sitv Hockey, Varsity Basketball
Newspaper, Girls' Sports Editor
Geraldine Marie Somers
Newspaper Clubg Yearbook Clubg
Girls' Chorusg Style Clubg French
Clubg Gregg Shorthand Theory
and Transcription Awarclsg Oflice
Sandra Lee Sparks
Homemaking Clubg Debate Clubg
Modeling and Style Clubg News-
paper, Exchange Editorg French
Clubg F. T. A., Correspondent.
Thomas Gordon Spencer
Monitorg Yearbook Photographer.
Woodrow W. Staats, Jr.
Homeroom Representativeg Dis-
Robert Gardner Sproul, Jr.
S. C. A. Representativeg Year-
bookg Dance Band: Concert Choir:
National Honor Societyg News-
paperg Basketball: Baseballg Vir-
ginia Boys' State Delegateg Senior
Class Presidentg A Cappella
Choirg Inter-Club Council.
Rhett jackson Stogner
Latin Clubg Varsity Footballg J. V.
Basketballg Varsity Baseball.
John R. Stough, Jr.
Soccer Teamg Freshman Class
Presidentg Spanish National Hori-
or Societyg Merit Scholarship
William Carroll Timmons
Michael Copeland Stone
.,-pw, Spanish Clubg Concert Band,
State Bandg Key Club.
Merrill Clark Stough
Latin Clubg French Clubg Latin
Clubg Latin National Honor So-
cietyg German Clubg French Na-
tional Honor Society, Secretary.
Judith Madeline Swann
Pep Clubg Art Club.
Q-fi tt' l Drum Majorg Dance Bandg All-
james Wesley Trollinger
Robert Lee Tolar
Latin Clubg French Clubg Nation-
al Honor Societyg junior Class
Play Castg Senior Class Play Castg
Tournament Playg Guidance.
Alice Moyers and jolly Jost behind the scenes.
Sara Campbell Tolar
Latin Clubg Varsity Softball Man-
agerg French Clubg National Hon-
or Societyg Newspaper, Assistant
Business Managerg Keyettes.
Bette Rae Turner
Dramatics Clubg Softballg Winter
Wonderland Courtg Honor Rollg
Girls' Chorusg Talent Showg Var-
sity Cheerleaderg junior Playg
Shorthand Awardsg May Courtg
Concert Choirg Miss Annandale
Contestg Homeroom Representa-
tiveq Faculty Assistantg V. O. T.
Judith Lee Upchurch
J. C. L.g Latin Clubg May Courtg
Spanish Club: F. T. A.g Home-
room Presidentg Miss Annandale
Contest, Semi-finalistg Tri-Hi-Y,
William Joseph Vlel Katherine Page Walker
Concert Bandgjunior Varsity Base- F. H. A.g Dancing Club.
ballg French Clubg Bible Clubg A
Marjorie Ann Walker
F. H. A,g Music Clubg Pep Clubg
Concert Band, Secretary, Treas-
urer, Awards Councilg Homeroom
Representativeg May Courtg Mardi
Gras Princessg V. O. T.
Richard Allen Walker
Varsity Baseball, Manager, Let-
terg Homeroom Representative.
Wheel Pat Briggs assists as Betty Chettle prepares for flight
Brenda Clark Watson C. H. Weissenstein, jr.
Dance Clubg Dramatics Club Concert Bandg Northern Virginia
Homeroom Presidentg Homeroom Sexence Fairg National Honor So-
Representativeg F, H. A. ciety.
Sandra Rae Wendt Richard Howard Westray
Photo Clubg Band Awarclg Rifle
Clubg R. O. T. C. junior Drill
Teamg Radio Club.
Sandra Joan White
First Prize Essay Contestg Short-
hand and Typing Awardsg Span-
ish Clubg Bowling Clubg Typing
Reed H. Whitehurst, jr.
Monroe Whitton john Wicks
Yearbook Art Editorg junior Play
Cast: Newspaper Staff: Senior
Distributive Education I and II.
Barbara Ann XVilkins
Latin Clubg Girls' Chorusg Con- French Clubg Spanish Clubg
cert Choirg A Cappella Choirg Northern Virginia Discussion
Varsity Hockey. League.
Adriel Katharine Wilhams
julian A. Wfilson
Class Presidentg Bandg S. C. A.
Patricia Carol Wise
Dramatics Clubg Latin Club.
Margaret Emily Yoder
F. T. A., President, County Pres-
identg S. C. A., Secretary, Senator,
Cabinet: Latin Club, Treasurerg
Oiiice Staffg Yearbook, Senior
Class Editorg Keyettes, Chaplaing
National Honor Societyg Latin
National Honor Societyg Activi-
ties Award Ping Girls' State, Sen-
atorg Certilicate of Merit, Na-
tional Latin Examg Winner, An-
nandale High Girls' Prose Read-
ing Contestg S. C. A. Leadership
Training Coursey junior Playg
National Merit Scholarship Fi-
Lilliam Rebecca Young
Harold Dowdle Pacqueline Grover Richard Raymond Hebel
Patrolsg D. E.: Newspaper. V. O. T. Science Club: Monitor.
Dennis McGee John Dunaway Neale joseph Aloyisius Pitner, III
French Club. Honor Rollg Angling Club: Patrolg Home- R, O, T, C.g Track: S. C. A. A5515 ant
room Representative. Chaplain.
Leota Louise Reed Thomas Roe james Lee Taylor
Concert Band. Homeroom Vice-Presidentg Wrestling Team.
john Van Ostand Weaver, jr.
Footballg Basketballg Baseballg Industrial
Arts Clubg Driver's Education Clubg Golfg
Yearbook, Photographerg Junior Civitan
Clubg Peanut Clubg Eagle Awardg Letter-
mans Clubg Spanish Club.
james Mackey White
Astronomy Club, President: Varsity Trackg
S. C. A., Treasurer, Vice-President: junior
Varsity Basketballg Key Clubg National Hon-
or Societyg American Field Service Exchange
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lrt Row: Russell Gillum, Bobby Brown, jerry Bunch, Chuck Hoiberg, Dave Upton, Bill Northwood. 2nd Row: Gary Wood, Neff McCary, Albert
Lhor, Richard Davis, john Yoder.
The Golf Club of Annandale was in its second year of exist-
ence in 1958-59. The six Club members formed a team which
represented Annandale High School in the Northern Virginia
A Golf League matches, of which there were eight. The Club
met once a week in the spring. In fair weather, they practiced
at the Pine Crest Golf Course. On rainy days, the team mem-
bers received instructions from the .Pine Crest Golf Course
lrt Row: janet Stevens, Karen Gleiter, Louise Simmons, Don Gordon, Frank Huddle. 2nd Raw: Dave Moccia, Wilmer Nelson, Bill Northwood,
Doug Bailey, jack Snodgrass.
The Debate Society of Annandale was a member of the
Northern Virginia Debate League in 1958-59, and as such
it engaged in a regular schedule of debates with teams from
other schools throughout the Hrst half of the year. The Debate
team also attended the annual Virginia High School Discus-
sion on Public Affairs in Charlottesvilleg and two of its mem-
bers, Don Gordon and Dave Moccia, received outstanding
ratings as discussant and chairman respectively.
Row 1.' Judy Justusson, janet Rath, Alice Moyers, Donna Huber, Margaret Rouse, Cecile Zaugg, Leslie Mott. Row 2.'.Tosh Mitch-ell, Tish Noble, Val
Simms, Linda Garrison, Joan Heim, Karen English, Lynn Hoebeke, joan Nelson. Row 3: Annette Brown, Betty Millington, Diane Mitchell, Kathy
Dunlap, jane Frorath, Starr Wolle. Row 4: David Cheek, Chip Whitton, john Yoder, Sharon Hall, Mary Ellen Young, Lindy Hatch.
Assistant Editor .... .... M ARGARET ROUSE
Business Manager ..
. . . . .ALICE MOYERS
Subscriptions .... .......... V AL SIMMS
Advertising . . . ..... LINDA GARRISON
Copy Editor ....... .... M ARGARET ROUSE
Class Editor .......
Senior Class .
. . . . .TOSH MITCHELL
. . . ...... MARGARET YODER
junior Class ...... . . .MARY ELLEN YOUNG
Sophomore Class . . .
Freshman Class . . .
Boys' Sports ........
Girls' Sports ...,..
Photographer . . .
MR. HARLAN BROWN
For the staff of the Afztefzmz, life was just as hectic as
always. The frightening threat of deadlines loomed over the
editors' heads as they scurried frantically about. The yearbook
room was a beehive day and night.
First, there were decisions to be madeg and innumerable
meetings were called. A theme had to be chosen and a cover
design selected. The editors voted on the dedication and
decided how long the book should be. Finally, they picked
a size and a style for the type.
Once the decisions had been settled, each editor worked
on his individual section. Some planned pages, and others
scheduled pictures. Copy had to be written, and photographs
cropped. Type size and margins were checked, and the art
work was completed. The business staff conducted a subscrip-
tion drive and solicited ads from the local businessmen.
When the final deadline passed and all the pages were in
the mail, there was an audible sigh of relief in the yearbook
room. For the time being, the job was done.
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Row 1: Tish Noble, Jan Rath, Linda Garrison, Lynn Hoebeke. Row 2: Tosh Mitchell, Margaret Rouse, Alice Moyers, jutly
justusson. Row 3: Donna Huber, David Cheek, Sharon Hall, Val Simms.
Row I: Linda Garrison, Alice Moyers, Cecile Zaugg. Row 2: Annette Brown, Val Simms, joan Heim, Karen English.
Rauf 3: Betty Millington, Chip Whitton, Diane Mitchell.
R01:l! 1: Patty O'Donnell, David Tannous, Lyle Fowlkes, Dottie Landenberger, Joyce Snyder, Connie Campbell. Row 2: Val Simms, Jeanne Hayes,
Chip Whitton, Gail Grange, Betty Chettle, Annette Schneider, James Price, Martha Wilkins, Jeanne Richards, Bucky Jacobs, Tina Sanborn, Nancy
Wharton, Miss Royston, Chuck Bladen. A-Blast Editors.
Editor-in-Chief . . . ..... CHARLOTTE COOK
Assistant Editor ........ DAVE TANNOUS
News Editor .... ....... P ATTY O'DONNELL
Editorial Editor .... .... D OTTY LANDENBERGER
Feature Editor ..., ........... L YLE FOWLKES
Sports Editor ......... ...... J OI-IN MILTON
Girls Sports Editor ....... ...... J OYCE SNYDER
Exchange Editor ........... .... C ONNIE CAMPBELL
Art and Publicity Chairman . . . ...... CHIP WHITTON
Photography Chairman ...... . . .HAROLD DOWDLE
Sponsor ............... .... M ISS R. ROYSTON
Business Manager ........ ...... J UDY POTTER
Assistant Business Manager . . . ...... SARA TOLAR
Financial Advisor ......... .... M R. T. HARRIS
The A-Blast published twelve issues in 1958-59. The pro-
duction of each paper entailed hours of research, proofreading,
typing, and laying out pages. To finance the paper, the staff
held several subscription drives. One of these drives included
an A-Blast informal dance for which the admission was a
Besides the countless hours spent in producing the paper
itself, staff members contributed to a community paper, the
Northern Virginia Sun. In December, the A-Blast staff con-
ducted the Sun's Teenager of the Week contest at Annandale.
The staff can Well be proud of its work in 1958-59.
Row 1: Connie Campbell, Betty Libeau, Judy Potter, Sara Tolar. Row 2: Tina Sanborn, Chuck Bladen, Annette Schneider, Bucky Jacobs, Chip Whit-
ton, Joyce Snyder, David Tannous. Business Staff.
112 Raw: Bonnie McKennag Linda Valosiog Carolyn Walkerg Janice Tuthill, Reporter-Historiang Sylvia Marcusg Virginia Linton, Treasurer: Patsy
I-louff, Presidentg Andy Greer. 2nd Roux' Ginger Westg Linda Countsg Sandra Sweeneyg Peggy Bedfordg LaVerne Carsong Donna Perryg Georgia
Hansbrough. 3rd Raw: Barbara Lanng Joanne Beuryg Marilyn Millerg Carolyn Diversg Pat Flinchum, Secretaryg Ruth Hayonsg Mrs. Burchard, Sponsor.
The Future Business Leaders of America Club, as its name
. implies, is primarily a group of commercial students who plan
to enter careers in business. The Club held program and busi-
ness meetings, but its major project in 1958-59 was the ad-
ministration of the savings stamp program. It advertised over
the speaker and with posters, employing many new ideas, It
was also responsible for the actual selling of stamps and the
keeping of records.
lr! Row: Mrs. Brooks, Sponsor, Mirion Jones, Reporter, Pam McFarlen, Song Leader, janet Neil, Historian, Annette Brown, Secretary-Treasurer,
Margette Matteson, Vice-President, Marcella English, President, Mrs. Bennett, Sponsor. Znd Raw: Happy Alley, Miriam Keyes, Wally Boyce, Betty
.lean Bissell: Jo Ann Bridge, Sharon Marchio, Marv Stover, Susan Wright, Mary McCahon, Peggy Krauter. 3rd Row: Donna Deane, Gloria Dull,
Darlene McCoy, Francess Dyess, Dianna Laney, Barbara Laudenberger, Elliana Aberghini, Beverly Otto, Patti Scroggs, Nancy Graham, Pat Brown,
Marilyn Stome. -like Row: Susan Parks, Cindy Boyer, Gail Parks, Carol Roach, Billye Faye Mott, Ethe Roach, Chestine Tawney, Sandy Dansberger,
Faye Morton. 5111 Row: Eileen Kriebelg Bonnie jean Hacking, Gail Worden, Kim Witta, Pat Williams, Pat Kaminski, Susan George, Mary Sue
Hassell, Virginia Vaughan, Carol Owen, Pat Hoharty.
The Future Homemakers of America Club is affiliated with
the Home Economics Department of the school, but it does
not require that its members be Home Economics students.
Instead the Club invites all high school girls who are interested
in its activities to attend its meetings. In addition to its regular
program and business meetings, the Club helps the Red Cross
f by making Christmas stockings for children and assembling
O Thanksgiving baskets for the needy. Some of the special pro-
grams for the Club meetings include discussion groups and a
fashion show featuring the clothes that the members them-
selves have made.
In Row: Ginny Noble, Treasurerg Janet Neil, Vice-Presidentg Carolyn Parsons, Presidentg Marianne Mitchell, Secretary.
2nd Raw: Lynn Tolliverg Susan Parkg Frances Dyessg Pat Winslowg Sandy Sparks. 3rd Row: Harriet Noble? Carl Parkg
Mary Louise Hobbsg Susan Phillips, Margaret Yoder. 4111 Rauf: Marijohn Ketcham, Diane MCMIll10U, Tramia Aquinog
Nikki Potter, Mrs. Evans, Sponsor.
The Future Teachers of America Club published the third
edition of its Student Directory in 1958-59, This Directory
was organized and assembled completely by Club members,
The Club also served as the host for a County FTA Conven-
tion on September 17. The Convention consisted of dinner
followed by olhcers' reports and a discussion period. Through-
out the year, the Club also had projects whose purpose was to
Gf 'encourage students to enter the teaching held.
ational Honor Society
Row 1: Carolyn Myers, joan Nelson, Judy justusson, Kathy Lantzy, Charlotte Cook, Lindy Hatch. Row 2: Tish Noble, Frances McCampbell, jean
Simonsen, Val Long, Margaret Yoder, Ginny Noble, Patty O'Donnell. Row 3: Bob Simms, Carol Eckhardt, Margaret Rouse, Connie Cone, Valerie
Simms, Marianna Flinchum, Sara Tolar, Bobby Tolar, Mrs. Elmore. Row 4: Harry Weissenstein, Dick Mellett, Bill Mason, john Stough, Bob Sproul,
Jack Lowther, Mike Haycock.
Bill Mason, Vice-President, Carol Eckhardt, Secretary, Mrs. Elmore,
Sponsorg Margaret Rouse, President, and Tish Noble, Treasurer.
The Annandale Chapter of the National Honor Society had
a busy year in 1958-59.
They held two inductions of new members: one was enacted
privately in the Library in October, the other was given before
the student body in a March assembly. The Chapter also
sponsored a tutoring service and published an honor roll in
the newspaper each six weeks.
Another of the Society's service projects was College Night.
Chapter members served as hosts and hostesses to the college
representatives, and they also did much of the paperwork that
is inevitably involved in such an enterprise.
Fund-raising activities included two bake sales in the Cafe-
teria and two informal dances. The profits from these activities
were used to award 3100.00 scholarships to two deserving
Finally, at the graduation ceremonies, each member's
diploma bore a gold seal to indicate his affiliation with the
National Honor Society.
lil Rouu' Nancy Heathg David Scullg Carolyn Parsonsg Tom Price: Mrs. Porter, Sponsor. Zmi Row: janet Neilg Pandra Hoebekeg Martha Mottg Fran
Thomasg Virginia Prosiseg Charlotte Taylorg Harriet Bissellg Diane Bruceg Sue Stricklerg Dinah Grayg Betty Schaafg Dee Sherwood. 3rd Roux' jane
Triplcttg Margette Mattesong Linda Hultong Lynette Lott: Frances Dyessg Mary Louise Hobbsg Chuck Hoibergg David Tannouseg Marlene Sullivan:
Craig Etkag Dottie Landenburgerg John Chamberlin. 4th Roux' Jane Triplettg Nan Stahlg Steve Mayog Barry Kochg Dianne McMillion1 Kay Rasmus-
sen: David johnsong Torn Kilkulleng Pelton Georgeg Richard Hagang Sandy Hooverg Wilmer Nelson. 516 Row: Tom Spillersg Kenny Backman' Mike
Helfandg Melvin Bradtieldg Wayne Davisg Richard Davis: Wayne Barbeeg Richard Mooreg Paul Rasmusseng john Yoder: Robin Gushurstg Mike iiiblerg
Frank Huttleg Bill Northwoodq Mickey McLaughlin.
The Annandale Chapter of the junior National Honor
Society had a busy year in 1958-59. They held two induction
ceremonies, one in the fall and one in the spring. The first was
held in an assembly, and sophomores were admitted to the
Chapter. The second was private, and freshmen were inducted.
The Chapter gave a party for the new members after each
' induction ceremony. The groups main money-making project
was bake sales.
Row 1: Mr. V. Harris, Freddie Welch, Bob Simms, Tom Graham, Mike Booker, Bob Heath. Raw 2: Mike Stone, Steve Sculley, Phil Tucker, David
Tannous, Russell Snyder, Dick Mellett, Jim Maguire. Row 3: Finn Jensen, Bill Mason, Charles Mason, 'Donald Cable, Tom P-rice, George Chalfant,
john Yoder, Tom Owen, David Clough. Row 4: joe Fox, Brent Eardley, Dana Wellman, John Checkovxch, Doug Brown, David Scull, Bruce Rentch,
Paul Rasmussen, Stephen Guest.
Key Club officers: Freddie Welch, Bob Simms, Tom Graham, Mike
Booker, Bob Heath.
Activities of the Key Club for 1958-59 included helping
start a Key Club at Lee High School, working jointly with
the Keyettes in the school supply store, and sponsoring the
Sweetheart Dance in February. The Key Club also attended a
joint meeting with the Keyettes, and held a meeting with the
Key Club of Garheld High School. At Christmastime, the
members decorated a Christmas tree for Annandale Elementary
School, and they contributed money for needy families of the
Fairfax County Welfare Agency. In the spring, delegates from
Annandale High attended the Key Club Convention in
Row 1: Nan Stahl, Donna Huber, Mrs. Mitchell, Margaret Rouse, Alice Hall. Row 2: Tosh Mitchell, Margaret Yoder, Dianne Brown, Judy Jus-
tusson, Sandy Lynch, Linda Allebaugh, jan Williams, Donna Burgeti. Row 3: Louise Simmons, Charlotte Cook, Iudy Cook, Carol Eckhardt, jo Delle
Myers, Dottie Landenberger, Ginny Noble, Sue Boatwright, Sharon Hall, Rosie johnson. Row 4: Harriet Bissell, Cindy Payne, Alice Moyers, Karen
Rowe, Barbara Eisele, Lyle Fowlkes, Linda Dravenstadt, Nancy Heath, Dinah Gray.
The Keyettes began their year with an induction of new
members in the fall, and they welcomed them at a joint eve-
CC S N 7 6 ning meeting with their sponsors, the Ki-Wives.
They worked in the school supply store and initiated the
Serven practice of selling pocket packs of Kleenex there. They spon-
sored a formal dance in December--the Sno Swirl-with
Fantasyland as the theme, and founded a new Keyette Club
at Lee High School. They had numerous bookmarks printed
and sold them to raise funds for the foreign exchange student
In 1958-59, the Keyette Club became a truly active force at
Row 1: Hayward Anderson, Linda Rouse, Janet Stephens, Penny Pearson, Barbara Landenberger, Dianna Laney, Lucile Deatherage, Susan Phillips,
Bettie Campbell, Lynn Tolliver, Elaine Hunter, Janet Neil, Betty Jo Ewan, Susanne Albright, Lyle Fowlkes, Susan George. Row 2: Kathie Webber,
Patricia Inman, David No-ble, Duncan Morrow, Walter Deaux, Bettie Jean Bissell, Joanne Bridge, Barbara MacKinnon, Pixie Crutcher, Janice Book-
hammer, Vicki Welch. Row 3: Mrs. Fox, Wayne Barbee, Don Terrell, Jocelvn Pearl, Andrea Pearl, Cathie Messer. Anna Pederson, Noel Ruch, James
Jennings, Mike Kibler, Stephen Anderson, David Ingle, Jean Brown, Lynne Griffith, Sallie Naudain, Peggy Vogt, Daryle Dickey, Liane Wittmus, Vir-
ginia Vought, Brenda Smith, Shirley Shoemaker.
The Latin Club met after school every other month and
during classes for the alternate months of 1958-59. Activities
of the club included selling baked goods, putting on an
assembly, and selling stuffed white dogs and teddy-bears. The
monthly newspaper, "Tempora," published by the Latin III
students, was written entirely in Latin. Some of the activities
the Latin students enjoyed were the May Day Dance they
sponsored, and the Roman Banquet, an annual activity held
the week of the Ides of March. The third year students also
enjoyed their trip to a restaurant for Italian food. All these
activities meant much to the students, increasing their interest
in the Latin language and the people of ancient Rome.
Row 1: Kathie Quint, Linda Macgoey, Annette Brown, Carol Turner, Pat Ellis, Pat Winslow, Barbara Eisele, Connie Cone, David Tannous, Kathy
Dunlap, Micki DeGroff, Barbara Jordan, Leslie Thomas, Jackie Moak, Frances Dyess, Betty Schauf, Dinah Gray, Diane Bruce, Rau' 2: Pat Moore,
Jane Frorath, Nancy Ridenouer, Pam McFarlon, Karen Bridge, Judi Davis, Kaye Rasmessen, Nancy Heath, Carolyn Dunn, Carol Huber, Nikki Potter,
Jean Stroske, Diane McMillion, Anne Knowltons, Lybette Lott, Linda Hultin, Cheryl Hannon, Martha Carhart, Virginia Lieblich, Carole Varoter.
Row 3: Pelton George, John Yoder, Ross Griffith, Richard Davis, Norris Boone, Jimmy Bartlett, Franklin Huddle, Wilner Nelson, David Johnson,
James Gastmann, Paul Bjarnason, Bob Betisle, John Grogan, Gary Wood, Mike Anderson, Paul Kerr, Bill Dyer, Mrs. Little.
Row 1: Gail Briggs, Dorrie Kozee, Gail Ferguson, Nancy Yeager, Jeanne Nickerson, Aino Stewart, Carol Colenda, Mary Anne Monaco, june Benton,
Sara Carpenter, Carolyn Parsons, Sally Coggin, jane Kennedy, Gail Grange, Suzanne Fowler. Row 2: jaci Hildreth, Carol Lain, Marilyn Dufresne, Bob
Bunch, Marijon Ketcham, Sue Tait, lan Wfilliams, Nancy Whartcnn, Pat Snably. Raw 3: Miss Faison, joan Nelson, Sue Moltarop, Darrell Mills,
Richard De Somma, David Splitt, Mike Chandler, Lesley Hall, jim Hovland, Don Smith, Ahil Lindsey, Michael Helfand, Dan O'Flaherty, Tim
Freeman, Barbara jean Long, Barbara Sallee, Susan johns, Mrs. Payne.
The Spanish Club met after school twice a month throughout '
the school year. At one program, Spanish movies were shown.
At another, Club members were taught how to do Latin Amer-
ican dances. At the latter, the cha cha cha was featured. H
At Christmas, the Club gave a party in true Mexican fashion,
complete with llzimzlar. Also, the Club took a field trip to a ,
restaurant that specialized in Spanish food.
All in all, the Club had an active, exciting year.
Rau' 1: jo Anne Blum, .lane Wzilstedt, Sue Tait, jan Williams, Mary Robinson, Sally Cooper. Rnu' 2: Mike Helfand, Don Smith, 'lack l.uwtl1er, Mar-
shall Nay, Bruce Rentch, Mrs. Payne.
lf! Roux' Jean Holtz: Susan Park: Cathy Franklin: Sue Stricklerg Judy Fousse, Publicity Chairman: Betty Millington, Secretary: Carolin Myers,
President: George Baber, Treasurerg Wanda Whetzelg Bruce Birnbaum: Chuck Hoiberg. Zmi Row: Annette Snyder: Pandra Hoebeke: Sinda Draven-
stattg Susan Woodg Linda Reeseg Carol Brown: Jean Simonseng Carolyn Pace: Sue Kristal. 3rd Row: Sandy Hoover: Gloria Treadwell: Nan Stahl:
Cassandra Morgang Charlotte Taylorg Merle Alleyg Peggy Cummingsg Judy Saddlerg Joan Nelson: Joan Heim: Karen Englishg Louise Simms: Sue
Boatright: Fran McCambell: Paula McLaughlin: Tink Williams: Ursula Roberts. 4119 Row: Ann Haycockg Linda Allebaugh: Patty Millingtong Betty
Ann Folsong Stephanie Smith: Gail Chase: Diane Brown: Joyce Epley: Cecile Zauggg Martha Mott: Ginny Prosise: Flliana Alberghini: Phyllis Belcher:
Ti-aneg Aquiflgg Cheryl Hgnnqmg Mimi Jugtuggfmg S503 Swag. iffy Razr: Barbara Felberg Nan Chaney: Dottie Landenberger: Val Long: Sara Tolar:
Steve Mayog Diane Mitchell: Marianne Mitchell: Tina Sanborn: Sue Tribbettg Renee Taxis: Merle Stough: Margette Matteson: Sue Hefllehnger. 61,6
Rout Jo Delle Myers: Dee Sherwood: Finn Jensen: Bob Tolar: Randy Neland: Ken Bachman: Bill Northwood: Ron Hamiltong Kenneth Johnson:
Bill Flemming: Lloyd Hummet: Bland Addison: Joe Wertzberger.
hx Membership in Le Cerrle Frmzmir, better known to the
majority of Annandale students as the French Club, is open to
any student at the high school who either has taken or is taking
at present any course in French. The Club holds regular pro-
gram meetings, whose purpose is to promote understanding
of the French people as well as the French language. It also
sponsors the annual Mardi Gras, which is a costume dance
at which masks are required. A King, Queen, and Court are
elected for this dance. The Court consists of representatives
from each of the five classes and the four language depart-
ments. At Christmas time, the members of the Club stroll
through the halls singing Christmas carols in French.
lr! Row: Arlene O'Connor3 jean Simonseng Val Long. Znd Row: Barry Kochg Joan Nelson: Carolyn Myersg Carolyn Pace Betty Millington
The Sociele Hmzaire de F1'm1mi.r, or French Honor Society,
is a national organization. Membership is limited to students
in the tenth, eleventh, or twelfth grades who are in at least
the fourth semester of French. A "B" average in French and
a average in other subjects is required. The Society an-
nually sponsors the Christmas Bazaar, which is held in the
upstairs Auditorium lobby. The Bazaar features gifts and
trinkets from France, Germany, and Spain. An induction of
new members was held in the Library in February. For this
occasion, a French student was the guest of honor.
lr! Row: David Uptong Ross Grifithg Leslie Mottg Roger Amatog Brian Mulladyg Betty Jo Ewang Marcia Keeslingg Joanne Blumg Elssa Zipp. 2nd
Row: Robert Burnsg Frances Thomasg Eileen Mullaclyg Richard Davisg Marian Angelg Barbara Lanng Penny Pearsong David Splittg Carolyn Tarletong
Richart Kraftg jane Gardnerg Ruth Fagelsong Joan Nelsong Lynne GriHithg Muriel jones. 3rd Row: Edwin Jeffreyg Frank Bermang Garey Gedroseg
Billy jonesg Orville Ingramg Thomas Kincaidg Michael Bleclsoeg Larry Bossermang William Gardnerg james Maguireg Russell Gillumg Charles Pollockg
Mitchel Holsingerg joe Wertzbcrgerg james Vielg David Gillumg Wallace Howeryg Nick Pettitg Gale Baing Michael Stone. 41h Row: Al Pearsong C. T.
Masong Gary Bennettg Linda Magoeyg Robert Perrineg George Baberg Norris Booneg Sandra Brackeng Thomas Davolig William Bunting William
Steinacherg David Mocciag George Baileyg Terry Shaneyfeltg Larry Reynolds: Bill Morrisg David Nobleg Joseph Foxg Robert Ramayg john Siegleg Karen
Gleiterg Carolyn Diversg Stephen Millarclg Marlene McKnightg Robert Simms.
joanne Blum and Penny Pearson tell Santa fliob Rameyj what they
want for Christmas.
In Row: Larry Furrg john jamisong Pat Landing Glenn Laneyg Susanne Albrightg Deirdre Harris. Znd Row: james Laundersg Rich Granmog Bob
Dankmycrsg joc Shartzcrg Bob Abbottg Greg Smithg Terry Hillg Frank I-Iurrisg Brent Amesg Bobby jones. 3rd Row: Robert Pageg Bob Bradley1 jim
McCormickg Don Hobson: Pete Steketeeg Stewart Collins. 4119 Row: Robert Booksg Guy Nirenbergg Mr. Farris, Director.
BAND OFFICERS: IJ! Row: Terry Shaneyfcltg Mike Stoncg Bob Simmsg Al Pearson, 2nd Roux'
Ruth Dcwalclg joanne Blumg Linda McGoey.
In Raw: Nancy McAdamsg john Gasking Cheryl Ewingg james Black. Zmi Row: Burton Donaldsong Larry Hartg Dale Gurnellg john Roysterg Bill
Sweeneyg Jim Harrisg Dave Rainsg Keith Jones. 3rd Row: Bill Howeryg David Gubserg Frank Bolletteg Gordon Burnsg Mr. Farris, Director.
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IJ! Raw: Sally Cooperg Doris Perlmang Pat Smithg Kervin Millerg Merle Alleyg Rita Webbg Linda Thomasg Donna Cunningham. Zfzd Roux' Mr
Mishlerg Linda Woodendg Brenda Livingoodg Ronnie Monroeg Mark Toddg Windy Woodrulfg Virginia Dudleyg Nan Stahlg Barbara Wilkinsg Donna
Zunstein. 3rd Row: Marlyn Kimelg Joe Delle Myersg Liz Slaterg jim Tannerg Stan Colsong Barbara Eisleg Sharon Burnettg julie Foldi. 4tla Row: Kaye
Rasemesseng Dee Sherwoodg Dave Gallacherg Bill Dyessg Don Smithg Tom Berezoskig George Coxg Wayne Monrowg Pat Millingtong Nancy Dorneyg
In 1958-59, Annandale's Choral Music Department consisted
of four different choirs. These were the A Capella Choir, the
Concert Choir, the Mixed Choir, and the Girls' Chorus. The
Choirs proved a strong asset for Annandale for two reasons:
they afforded many students the opportunity of excellent
musical training and they represented the high school very
ably in their performances. The Choirs presented evening
concerts at Christmas and in the spring. They also participated
in school assemblies and performed for many private groups
as well. In the fall, many of the Choir members participated
in the annual Choir Clinic.
Annandale's majorettes proved to be a valuable asset in
1958-59 by contributing greatly to the school's pep and school
spirit. They marched with the band at the football games and
participated in the half-time shows. In some of these, they
presented their own special routines. On one show, Gloria
Meadows, head majorette, twirled a fire baton. This show,
given with the lights off, also featured lighted batons for the
majorettes and lights on the cap of each band member.
Throughout the year, the majorettes worked hard and prac-
ticed long, but the results were certainly gratifying to the
Donna Wadeg Betty Ray Mackg Judy Sanfordg Gloria Meadows, Captaing Mary Ina McMarling Melinda Weekg Evelyn Angel
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Ixt Row: Donna Wadeg Gloria Meadowsg Evelyn Angel. 2nd Row: etty Ray Maclcg Judy Sanfordg Mary Ina McMarling Melinda Meek
Gloria in a beginning pose.
111 Row: Mr. Mischlerg Dinah Grayg Barbara Wilkinsp Cindy Payneg Yvonne De Normandyg Alice Moyers. Znd Row: Bill Vielg jan Wfillrams
Rosie johnsong Mike Helfandg Dick Cary. 3rd Row: Bill Ryessg Dave Gallagherg Dana Wellmang Bob Sproulg Russell Cadle.
A Capella Choir
lf! Row: Mona Lynardg Margaret Hortong Ruth Ellen Moyersg Gloria Treadwell. Zrzd Roux' Becky
Youngg Phylis Ryang Pat Inhmang jane Mahanes. 3rd Row: Sue Avery Norie Huddleg Nancy Down-
ingg Judy jones.
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In Row: Lynn Tolliverg Mark Alleyg Stephen Guestg Harold Whiteg Mike Bookerg Bert Knoxg Peggy Mitchellg jackie Smithg Judy Bettner. 21111
Row: Zelia Simpsong Frances Dyessg Lois Lintong Donna Tylerg Paul Iwankig john Murphyg Dennis Richmondg Susan Philipsg Darla Clark. 3rd
Raw: Dzxryle Dickeyg Susan Philipsg Vickey Welchg Ann Haycockg jean Holtzg Eileen Kriebleg Barry Kochg Helen Blackg julie Westg Kathleen
Kohn: Nancy Heathg Betty Shaafg Donna Perry.
Jack Lowther Tosh Mitchell Brent Eardley
Prerident Secretary Vice-Prerident
The Student Council Association of Annandale was its
usual active self in 1958-59. Before school opened, it gave a
tea for the faculty members. Then in the fall it sponsored
three mixer dances-one for the eighth grade, one for the
ninth and tenth grades, and one for the eleventh and twelfth
grades. The Stadium Ball, which was held in October, earned
35100 and the Magazine Drive, 35800 for the stadium lights
fund. The Magazine Drive brought in a profit of 32283.31
The SCA Cabinet was responsible for soliciting advertise-
ments in the community for the football programs. A Welfare
Drive was held in conjunction with the Fairfax County Wel-
fare Agency at Christmastime, and a March of Dimes drive
brought in 38292. SCA members attended both the State and
the District Student Council Conventions, and they made con-
tributions both in discussion groups and with displays. The
Council was responsible for several assemblies throughout
the year, including one featuring the Air Force Band. The
Foreign Exchange Student Program for both the summer and
winter schedules was also the responsibility of the SCA. The
Council was certainly an active force in the school.
Rau' I: Dee Sherwood, Dinah Gray, Tosh Mitchell, Cindy Payne, Sandra Amos. Rau' 2: Finn Jensen, Margaret Rouse, Judy Fousse, Mary McMur-
lin, -lack Lowther, Tish Noble, Donna Huber. Rau' .35 Joe Price, Bill Wiicle, Paul Sfheurich, joe Fox, Bill Mason, Dave Moccia, Fred Gaines, -lohn
Pc-nnylegion, Dick Cary, Mike Helfand, Mrs. Payne.
Razz' I: Betty johnson, Bill WLlLlL', Cindy Via. Razr' J:
,limmy Hawley, Larry Hart, Pat Mayo. Rau' 3: joe
Price, Mike Bledsoe, David Smith.
Eighth Grade SCA.
lit Roux' Rosie johnson: Lincla Allebaughg Carolyn Dunn: Kay Rasmussen: Betty White: jane Nightingale: Mary Anne Monaco: Lewalta Chastaine:
Linda Cuddle: Donna Wade: Aino Stuart: Lynn Hoeheke: Jacqueline Simpson. 2nd Row: Carolyn Pace: Mary Faucherg Sally Cooper: Brenda Liven-
good: Mary Ellen Young: Sharon McCoy: Connie Campbell: Betty Shaaf: Ann Walker: Kathy Dunlap: Chris Garhow: Mike Bledsoe. Xml Raw:
Sheila johns: Donna Overson: Wendy Woodruff: Herb Cummins: john Hollingsworth: Dick Walker: Art Schultz: Iohn Yoder: Ross Grilifethg Mike
Haycock: Boh Rahyak: Brent Ames: Tom Hall: Nathan Cantrell: Al Pearson: Bill Cassedy: Mike Spencer: john Drew: joe Price: jim Dykes.
lil Roux' Carolyn Myers: Connie Cone: Margaret Rouse: Carolyn Parsons: Johnnie Ketcham, Ind Roux Nan Stahl: David T210-
nous: Tom Graham: Nancy Heath: Steve Mayo. Rrd Row: Dave Moccia: Dave Gallagher: Boh Simms Larry Reynolds: Jack
Fennell: Rave McCorckle.
lit Row: Charles Hannah: Leota Reedp Robert McElfreshg Robert Marvel: Patsy james: Pat Dickenson, Secretaryg Frank Langin, Vice-Presidentg
,lack Fennell, Presidentg James Trollinger, Promotion Managerg David Lucks, Treasuretg Joyce Dobson Smithg Woodrow Staatsg Pat Kelly: Charles
Howery. 2nd Row: Sam Saddler: William Wiley, Assistant Treasurerg jerry Hellerg Reed Whitehurstg James Taylorg Leigh Blairg Fred McQuing
Virginia Shepherdg Wilbur Clarkg Phyllis Wenbergg Mrs. Charlotte Young, Sponsorg Peter McAdamsg Helen Coleg Judith Cottinghamg Carla Mur-
dochg Roger Edwardsg Earl Dowdleg Wayne Hefling Ronald Miles.
The membership of the Distributive Education Club con-
sists of the students who participate in the school's Distrib-
utive Education program. This program is open to juniors
and seniors only, and it combines study at the high school
with a part-time job in the student's chosen field. This combi-
nation provides excellent job training, for the student earns
his high school diploma, but he also gains job experience at
the same time. The Club's main financial project is the an-
nual Fall Festival of Beauty and Fashion, which combines a
fashion show and the contest for the title of Miss Annandale.
Carolyn Diversg Marian Haegeleg Pat Briggsg Judy Fousseg Mary Robinsong Susan Davidson, Meg Lunsfordg Jean Howell: Paula McLaughlin
Carolyn Walker: Merle Clarkg Pat Smith.
The regular Office employees are aided throughout the year
by the members of the Office staff. These are students who
have completed at least one commercial course and who vol-
unteer to help in the Ofhce instead of taking a study hall.
They type the absentee sheets, collect absentee cards, run
errands, help at the desk, work the mimeograph and ditto
machines, and tend the switchboard. To the Oflice, they are
lr! Raw: Deb Heffelhngerg Katheline Divineg Sue Fowlerg Caroline Kline. 2nd Row: Machell Blackstoneg Carol Oweng Renne Taxes: Cristine Nel-
son: Lina Mclnturffg Betty J. Bissellg Treasure Bouve. 3rd Roux' joan Berryg Marianna linchumg Mary Ellen Youngg Donna Burgetg Phylis Belcher:
Gail Sproulg Cassandra Morgang Sue Malthropg Barbara Minnex, Sylvia Marcus, Charolette Cook. 4211 Row: James Edge, Mrs. Flinchum, Mrs. Ashen-
liurst, -Iudy Potter.
The members of the Library stuff are officially students of
Library Science. Some students help in the Library only before
or after school, but most take a period in the Library instead
of a study hall. While the students help the Librarians, they
learn to perform many tasks-processing books, "reading"
shelves, and filling out book orders, among other things. This
training is a valuable asset in acquiring a job in another library.
Ir! Row: Connie Cone, Presidentg Annette Brown, Vice-Presidentg judy Upchurch, Secretary, Patty Flinchum, Treasurerg Sue Fowler, Historian,
Renee Taxis, Jane Walstedt. 2nd Row: Mary Robinsong Carolyn Myers, Sarah Holcomb: jean Simonseng Charlotte Kennedyg Pat Thorneg Linda Drav-
enstat. 3rd Row: Diana Bruceg janet Neilg Mary Degrof-lg Fran Thomasg Pandra Hoebekeg Jeanne Richards, Frances McCampbell. 41h Row: Tina San-
born, Nancy Wharton, Sue Tribbettg Val Longg Sheralyn Thomasg Linda Keytg Margaret LefHer. 5211 Row: Barbara jordan, Linda Marting Carolyn
Pace, janet Dunng Carol Tarelton.
H1 Annandale had a Tri-Hi-Y Club for the first time in 1958-
59. The Club was affiliated with the YMCA as part of one of
that organization's nation-Wide programs, Members were re-
quired to be high school girls, pay a 32.00 registration fee, and
maintain active participation. The charter members of the Club
were inducted in December of 1958, and during the rest of
the year, the Club engaged in many worthwhile service projects.
In Row: Alohn Floydg Tom Berezoskig Kurvin Miller, End Rout Mrs. Haack, Sponsorg Joanne Beuryg Jean Barryg Elaine I-Iunterg Marilyn DuFresne
Sally Nordaing Carol Laing Carolyn Walkerg Delores Campbellg Pat Snahleyg Carol Smithg Peggy Krauterg Carol Turnerg Mr. Baker, Sponsor 3rd
Rauf: jackie Shepherdg Roy Taylorg Russell Millerg Bob Miller: Glenn Laneyg Rouchi Goodarziang Diana Laneyg Sandra Dansburgen Betty Stallard
Marlene Stroske1 Pamela MacFarlandg june Bentong Pat Spencer. 5111 R0u'.'41l9 Roux' George Haskinsg Burford Eidesg Kenneth johnsom Perry Monroe
Perry Monroeg Boh Brooksg Alan Russellg Douglas Coleg Dick Colberson3Bob Evans: Terry Hill: Danny Pemputong Dick Backusg Wayne Monroe
Doug Tihhettsg Charles Hitchcock: Dan Fenton.
The Monitors of Annandale are responsible for patroling
the halls of the school and checking passes. The members of
the group are volunteer students from any of the five grades
who give up either a study hall or the bulk of their lunch
period to monitor the halls. The purpose of the Monitors is to
keep all of the halls relatively quiet. Like the Patrols, the
Monitors function solely as a service organization.
lr! Row: Earlene Klineg Ann Wrightg Lois Lintong jackie Moakg Barbara Bowmang Pat Carmichaelg Wanda Davisg Mr. Baker, Sponsor. 2nd Roux'
john Harrisg Terry Hillg Dick Backusg Bob Millerg Stewart Coffmang Richard Hagang Jim Shepherdg Noel Richg Larry Clark, 3rd Roux' Charles
Byrdg Robert Graves: Todd Scroggsg Dick Websterg Wayne Monroe: Dennis Richmondg Timothy Howeryg Skip Westrayg Don Andersong Harold
The force of Patrols at Annandale High is used primarily
on the buses, not on the streets. The members of the force
are volunteer students from any of the tive classes. The duty
of the Patrols is to aid the bus-drivers in maintaining order
and eliminating any possible sources of danger on the buses.
Patrols do not engage in recreational or financial projects, but
function solely as a service to the school.
Hugh Boyle, Alan Merriman, Mike Boatwright, Mr. Lewis, Delbert Heffeltinger.
The members of Annandales stage crew are responsible
for the stage and lights in the Auditorium at all times. They
set up for all assemblies and programs held in the Auditoriumg
and they also work the lights for all activities, including plays.
A stage crew member is required to be present whenever the
stage and lights are in use. The crew also constructs and paints
the Hats for the junior and Senior Plays.
1.rt Row: Larry Reynolds. 2nd Row: Louise Moquing Ken johnsong Dave Splittg Peter Steketeeg Bob Abbottg john
jamisong Don Lassellg Mary Ann Monacog Louise Simmons. 3rd Row: Bill Cassedyg Denny Healey. 4117 Row: Sue
johnsg Paul Kerrg Ed Lightfootg George Hammerlyg Mike Mattesong Skip Westrayg Ted Lock.
The purpose of the Amateur Radio Club of Annandale is
to bring together those students in the school who are inter-
ested in "ham" radio. The Clubls only membership require-
ment is interest and participation in its activities, and it has
its own radio equipment and station located at the high school.
All members are given access to this equipment. Numerous
Held trips and tours are also arranged for the benefit of the
ln Row: Dennis Weidnerg Bruce Birnbaumg Steve Mayog Waylan Moreg Mike Zeir. Znd Row: Martha Carhartg
Norie Huddleg Linda Phelps.
The jet Club, or junior Engineering Technical Society, came
to Annandale for the first time in 1958-59. Membership is
open to all students who are interested in math or science and
who receive a grade of at least C in those subjects. Members
are encouraged to work on individual projects while the group
as a whole explores the Helds of science and engineering. Pro-
grams featured guest speakers and field trips among other
IJ! Row: Pat L. Smith, Secretaryg Dave Ingle, Vice-Presidentg Dave MacCorcle, Presidentg Elsie Smith, Treasurerg joan Nelson, Reporter. 2nd Raw:
Cordell Burchg Gail Wordeng Bettie Carterg Beverly Carterg Anita Marrg janet Seastromg Faye Harris. 3rd Row: Bill Gardenerg Kathy Cohng Eileen
Kriebelg Vicky Ann Cookg Frances Shepardg Eleanor Dietzg Linda Woodendg Ken Moore.
B The Bible Club of Annandale met every Friday after school
during the year of 1958-59. These meetings featured varied
programs such as a series of quizzes or guest speakers. The
Club's main financial project for the year was to raise enough
money for it to distribute copies of the Youth for Christ
magazine to all Annandale seniors in the spring. The Club
joined Bible Clubs from other schools in having this project.
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of 1957-58, relinquishes her crown to Eloise Hollers, Miss Annandale of 1958-59
Surprise! Eloise Hollers is named as Annandale's
The contestants in the Miss Annandale Contest anxiously await their turn on the runway.
The Miss Annandale Contest, sponsored by the Distributive
Education Club was one of the year's big highlights. The con-
testants were nominated by their classmates, but the linal selec-
tion of winners was made by impartial judges. The Contest
itself, in addition to the parade of lovely girls in evening dress,
featured a fashion show presented by Julius Garlinckel and
Company. Annandale was very proud to have Miss Eloise
Hollers chosen as its queen.
Miss Annandale and her Court. Lefz to right: Alice Hallg Lois Dotsong Eloise Hollers
Miss Annandale of 1958-59g Donna Burget, Miss Annandale of 1957-S83 Virginia Dudley
and Linda Woolridge.
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jolly Jost, as Tracy, admires a wedding gift while jack
Lowther, as George, looks on.
Margaret Rouse, as Liz, looks very skeptical in this scene.
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gage in a verbal fight.
The Senior Play for 1958-59 was the former Broadway hit,
The Philadelphia Slory. At Annandale, it was presented to a
packed house on two nights, November 21 and 22, after many
grueling weeks ol' try-outs and ieliearsals. The end certainly
justified the means, however, in at least this case: 'flue Phila-
delpbia Siory was a smash hit,
The plot centered around Tracy Lord. Having divorced
Dexter Haven, her first husband, Tracy was preparing to marry
George Kittredge, However, Destiny, a gossip magazine, sent
a fascinating reporter, Mike Conner, to cover the wedding.
The results of the ensuing tangle proved very amusing.
The play was very ably directed by Miss Laura Lee Robey.
The student director was judy justusson, The cast, in order ot'
appearance, was as follows: Tracy Lord, jolly jostg Dinah Lord,
Carolyn Myers, Margaret Lord, Carol Eckhardt, Sandy Lord,
Bill Hall, Thomas, Tom Roe, Uncle Willie, Robert Tolarg Liz
lmbrie, Margaret Rouse, Mike Conner, Little john Schebishg
George Kittredge, jack Lowther, Dexter Haven, Doug Etka,
Seth Lord, Bob Simms, and lilsie, ,ludy lustusson.
Varied reactions are seen in this scene from The Plailadelfvbiiz Slwjy. Left lu rigbf: Czxrolin Myers, Carol Ecklmrdt
Bill Hall, Bob Simms, and Robert Tolar.
Bob Simms looks amuse-dg Bob Tolar, shocked: at whatever Margaret Rouse just said.
Dick Carey Announces that he is ready to do his duty is
Jon Jost entertains at the Senior-sponsored Sadie Hawk- Marryin, Sam-
ins Day Dance.
The cry of "Head for the hills, boys!" rang through the
halls of Annandale on Sadie Hawkins Day as the gals used
their long-practiced fast starts and quick grabs to full advan-
tage. The climax of this hectic celebration was the annual Sadie
Hawkins Dance, sponsored by the Senior Class. It was strictly
a girl-ask-boy affair, and the guests were dressed in costumes
of the Lil' Abner type. The entertainment was provided by
Dick Carey and jon Jost, and vegetable corsages were the
latest style. All these ingredients added up to a very enjoyable,
if explosive, evening!
Cindy Payne and Jack Lowther dance hillbilly style
King Bill finds himself surrounded by the lovely girls of the Mardi
Their Majesties of the Mardi Gras: King Bill Mason and Queen
Gras Court. Left zo riglat: Cindy Via, Sharon Hall, Carol Lee Betty Chettle,
Brown, Dinah Gray, Diane Mitchell, Pixie Crutcher, Jane Walstetlt,
Frances McCampbell, Connie Cone, Bill Mason, Betty Chettle.
Going from rags to riches, the students of Annandale
attended formal as well as informal dances. The Sno-Swirl,
given during the Christmas season, was sponsored by the Key-
ettes. The Key Club gave its Sweetheart Dance in February,
and the French Club held its Mardi Gras. In the spring, the
Latin Club presented its May Day Danceg and then came the
biggest one of all-the Prom.
Carolin Myers and Robert Tolar trip the light fantastic at the Key-
cttes' Sno-Swirl Ball.
Annandales popular D. J., Dick Cary.
Oooh! Wlulxt dia! I say? Donna Hulucr looks
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Dick Cary and Ann Wfright at the Buckwlmls Dance
jim Wagner and Betty Wlmite dance?
We'rc not relzlly confused--it's the ljuckwuuls Bop!
The hard-working key figures of the Magazine Drive, Left In rflqfiff Tom Grahiim, It-rrv Cnhle. Mrs. XX"oodson, Mrs.
Payne, Mrs. Burchard, Mike Haycock, Bill Higham.
The main object of the 1958-S9 Magazine Drive lit Anu.1u-
dale was to raise funds to be used for improving the condition
of the athletic field. The teams were Red and Wliiteg .ind they
were led bythe Co-captains, Mike Haycock, Bill Higham, Tom
Graham, and jerry Cable. Although the schools quota was not
actually reached, the Drive was considered it successg for
551000.00 was earned for the Stadium Fund.
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C,.1rol lxckhnrdt, Puhhcity Clmirmiin, works overtime us she
puts the team colors on Cklfll homeroom door.
Funds to he used for the improvement of the athletic field xverc- the m.iin
ohlect of the Magazine Drive.
Gloria Meadows, Honorable Mention in the
The annual Talent Show was given in an assembly of the
students during school time on December 3. The show was
sponsored by the Schools Music Department, and so Mr,
Mishler was in charge of organization, l-le also served as the
Show's master of ceremonies. The selections presented ranged
from classical music to a modernistic tap dance, but all were
Dick Carey, First Place Winner in the Talent Show. Very enloyablc'
Sue Malthrop, Carolyn Mewhort, Carolyn Dunn, Carolyn Cayne, and Pat Kaminskig Second Place Winners in the
Bengt Ljung interjects a "Now, boys!" as jim White and Finn Jensen dispute a hot
ur Foreign Exchange Program
American Field Service
Donna, Bengt, Jim, and Finn discuss the A.F.S. hookmarks.
The American Field Service program of Student Exchange
was first initiated at Annandale High in the 1957-1958 session.
All of the students shared in the cost of transporting to
America the A.F.S. representative. The atmosphere at school
was one of mystery and great anticipation. Finally, Gudron
Juers from Austria was welcomed to Annandale. Under the
A.F.S. program students from Europe and other parts of the
world come to America to attend school for a year and learn
about U.S. life. At Annandale the Student Exchange Program
Frolicking fun is had by jim, Bengt, and Finn in the North Pole.
Among the guests at Finn's reception was Claire Leise from
Mrs. Payne is among the Erst to formally welcome Finn to A.H.S
On August 4 Finn Jensen arrived in Annandale from Den-
mark. He has dark hair, brown eyes, and a very friendly
manner. Finn has two brothers and three sisters. The product
of a large family, Finn demonstrates his willingness to help
and his complete unselfishness. In Arrhus, Finn does not ride
a car or a bus to school, but pedals his bicycle. At home, too,
Finn not only attends school Monday through Friday, but also
Saturday. His desire is to become a Certified Public Accoun-
tant, which takes years of schooling and constant study. Finn
is a very sincere and honest person. His very first impression
of the United States was received in New York City where
his plane landed. Both he and his companions were very much
impressed with the size of that great city. When he arrived
in Annandale, Finn found himself the center of attention. He
was confused a little at first, but as he grew to know the
A.H.S. students, he became a happy part of American life.
Finn lives in Burke with the Fox family. We at Annandale
are proud of our Danish Exchange Student.
Donna engages in some friendly banter with Jim, Bengt, and Finn over the Bookworm.
Under the Summer Exchange Program, the American Field
Service sent Donna Huber to Italy. On June 28 Donna left
the U.S. to live with not one but two families in Italy. For
the first half of her stay, she lived with the Luigi Valentinos
family in southern Italy. The second family, the Andrea De-
Vitas, with whom she stayed, lived on the Riviera. Neither
of her families spoke English so Donna at Hrst communicated
through sign language, but gradually began to speak Italian.
Donna is a well-known girl about school in Annandale. Dur-
ing her visit to Italy, she saw many contrasts with American
life. Her trip was climaxecl with a guided tour of Italy, a
highlight of Donna's Italian summer. On September 5, Donna
returned to Annandale, a successful junior ambassador.
lim Wliitt but ltn Bengt Ljiing-'Sweden
Bengt Ljung Jim White
On August 18 Jim White embarked upon a memorable
adventure. He was Annandale High's representative to
Sweden. The American Field Service chose Jim for their
Winter Program, under which Jim would attend school in
Sweden. -Iim's trip was very eventful, and he Hnally arrived
in Stockholm where he joined the Faerden family. Jim was
a little bewildered at first as his Swedish was very poor, but
as he learned the language, he made friends and became more
confident. Jim attended school six days a week, something to
which he was not accustomed. Jim was very much impressed
by the customs of the country and enjoyed his stay. On Jan-
uary 25 Jim returned to Annandale High to take up his
studies as a senior.
Bengt Ljung comes from Goteborg in southwest Sweden.
He is visiting America on a private program. He is living
with an American family in Annandale. Bengt is tall, blond,
and amicable. He is a junior at A.H.S. Sweden is well repre-
sented in Annandale High.
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Laughlin, Quantrille, Graham, Heath, Haycock, J, Cable, McGuin, Higham, Mellet. Razz' 3: B. Davis, Snyder, W. Davis, Henry, Dickenson, Brent,
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Varsity football coaches: Bob Muirhcud and Ed Henry.
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lior weeks the newspapers had been making their guesses
as to how Annandale would fare in the 1958 football season.
We were chosen by many as a pre-season favorite in North-
ern Virginia as well as Fairfax County.
Well, here it was September 13, and the stage was set.
G. W. kicked off and we drove down to the 12 yard line where,
due to an infraction of the rules, we lost the ball. Billy Bare'
field recovered a G.W. fumble and stopped the "Prexies."
Doug Brown went off tackle to score, carrying the ball 6 yards.
GW., try as they might, could not move the ball against us.
In the closing minutes of the second period, an Annandale
attempt to score failed to materialize due to penalties.
In the second half Doug Brown, Billy Higham, and Sonny
Utz pushed the Atoms down to scoring position after Gary
Bennett ran an interception back over 20 yards. Billy Higham
scored the touchdown and as usual Doug Brown made a per-
fect extra point.
liinal score: Atoms 14, Prexies O.
NVE DEFEATED G. W. FOR THE FIRST TIME
lt was spurts like this that beat G. W. for us. Here Higham goes through a hole opened by the line
Dana Wellman retrieves a Falls Church fumble.
After defeating G.W., we went to Falls Church in an
attempt to revenge last year's loss to them. Again in this
game, as in the G.W. game, Doug Brown and Billy Higham
kept the Atoms moving. Annandale was able to score in the
first three periods, and held the Jaguars scoreless throughout
the contest. Doug Brown missed only one extra point to give
the Atoms a 20-0 victory, thus satisfactorily revenging last
Hammond wasn't as easy as Falls Church, but the Atoms
remained unbeaten by a close 14-13 decision. A blocked punt
gave Hammond one of their scores and a fumble their other.
Again Doug Brown punted two perfect extra points, this time
to win the game.
Our only loss of the season came at the hands of Wakeheld,
by a score of 0-7. Wakeheld, winless in three starts, played
good ball the whole game, and, by taking advantage of the
Atom's mistakes, were able to pull the big surprise win.
Getting back on .the victory wagon, the Atoms became the
first team to shut out McLean, 18-0. It was in this game that
Sonny Utz, sophomore halfback, came to life. Sonny scored
three times, only to have two of them called back. The wind
was strong and Doug Brown was unable to make good on
his extra points.
NEXT WE REVENGED LAST YEAR'S FALLS CHURCH GAME, 20-0.
The following two games were something new at Annan-
dale. First we knocked off Groveton, 41-0. This game saw
Gary Bennett play for Billy Higham, since Billy was injured.
Gary turned in a fine performance and helped the Atoms rout
The game that gave most of us a lot of satisfaction was the
Washington-Lee slaughter. Washington-Lee was expected to
give Annandale a run for their money, but in the end the
Generals had only scored one touchdown. Nothing went
wrong in this game, as Doug Brown kicked a field goal,
reverse halfback Fred Ingram ran wild around left end, and
the entire forward wall blocked and tackled with tremendous
effort to shellac the Generals worse than any other team has
ever done. This was done to the tune of 42-7.
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AFTER DEFEATING MCLEAN, 18-0, WE STOMPED GROVETON, 41-0.
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OUR SIXTH GAME WAS A 42-7 ROUT OF WASHINGTON-I.Eli.
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FOR THE RECORD
OLD RECORD 1953
123 C1957J Total points scored by Atoms 182
93 119575 Total points by opposition 54
37 H9571 Most points in a single game 42
48 H9551 Most points scored against Atoms 13
Washington-I.ee Mt, Vernon
4-5 11957, Won-lost record 7-1.2
11 wins, 6 losses, 2 ties, 2 county Championships
8 wins, 18 losses, 1 tie
Higham ..,........ 48 points
Brown . . . . .38 points
Wellman . . . . .12 points
Eardley . . . .. 6 points
Utz .,....., .... 4 2 points
Drinkard . . . .... 24 points
Bennett .,.. 6 points
Sculley . ..
. . . . 6 points
THE DISTRICT CROWN LOOKED BRIGHT AS WE KNOCKED OFF MT. VERNON, 19-13.
Our next three games were somewhat disappointing. To
start with, Mount Vernon was able to scare us pretty badly,
as they held us to a 19-13 decision. The two Major tallies
were results of Annandale mistakes, the first on a punt return,
and the second on a pass. The game did show, however, that
the big red could come back fighting and win.
The first tie of the year came as we made our first trip
"downstate." Traveling to Portsmouth, the Atoms found many
loyal supporters had made the trip with them. The Wilson
team was big and tough, and scored early in the first period.
The Atoms rose to the challenge and tied the game by half-
time. The rest of the game was played hard, but neither team
could score. In the end Annandale had left its mark for all
to see, some teams from Northern Virginia do play tough ball.
Last came Fairfax. More people came to that game than
had ever before come to a game in this county. Annandale
scored first, but a determined Rebel team battled back to tie
the game, 7-7. The Atoms played without the help of Tom
Graham and Bob Heath, since both were on crutches.
The season ended by having the county championship, for
the second year in a row, rest at Annandale.
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THE SEASON ENDED WITH A 7-7 TIE WITH FAIRFAX.
This year was the most successful in Annandales football
history. Not only did we have a better record C7-1-Zj than
ever before, but we placed second in the district, first in the
county, fourth in the Metropolitan area, and in the top ten
in the state.
Many honors came to our team. Mike Haycock made every-
b0dy's all-everything. This included: all-country, all-district,
all-Metropolitan, and all-state. Billy Barefield, Bob Heath,
Bill Higham, Sonny Utz, jerry Cable, Tom Graham, jim
McLaughlin, and Wayne Davis were also honored in some
In the way of scholarships, by Christmas, Notre Dame,
Georgia Tech, University of Wisconsin, Duke, and Dartmouth
were a few that had either called or seen films of Mike Hay-
cock. The University of Virginia and Duke were interested in
Billy Higham. Many schools from the entire South and across
the nation had their eager eye out for talent from Annandale
While Mr. Henry paces up and down during the Hammond
game, Ed Dickinson sits it out.
The eighth grade football team of 1958 EIGHTH GRADE
Facing tough opposition from the start the baby
Atoms were unable to compile a winning record, but
under the able leadership of Mr. Fones and Mr. Bold-
ing, the eighth graders gained valuable experience
which will aid in future years.
Probably the most outstanding player on the team
was quarterback Jackie Richardson. jackie led the
team by calling signals, kicking off, centering on
punts, and playing defense. Without jackie the team
would not have done as well as they did. Playing
outstandingly at defensive end was Pat Mayog how-
ever, the accomplishments of the squad were a team
effort, and one that they can be proud of.
The climax of the season came when highly
favored Fairfax lost to the baby Atoms. This game
was outstanding but the entire eighth grade will long
remember the boys and the games that made up the
Mr. Bolding, head coach.
Mr. Fones, assistant coach.
THE 1958 -LV. FOOTBALL TEAM-3 WINS, Z LOSSES, I TIE
Freshmen halfback Ed Steely gains against Groveton.
McLean . . .
Fairfax . . .
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.. 13 13
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.. 19 O
.. 6 7
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junior Varsity coaches and manager: Mr. Finch, M
Tolley, and jerry Bunch.
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Although this year's team did not quite come up to the
standards laid down last year, the team did show good spirit
and potential. The two fine coaches, Mr. Finch assisting Mr.
Tolley, taught this group of freshmen and sophomores how to
block, tackle, and run plays. Certain names did stand out,
howeverg Bob Robayak, Ed Steely, and john Travers are all
excellent backs, and should give a great deal of aid to the
varsity in future campaigns. The entire line was exceptionally
good and they too should help the varsity next year. Some of
the outstanding linesmen were: Bill Baird, Sam Strickland,
Chuck Joyner, and Oscar Vaught.
With this kind of a team and such fine spirit we can all
expect to see a good varsity for quite a while here at Annan-
Ace quarterback Bob Robayak runs behind able blocking
Razr' I.' Donnie Cable, Peter David Olexy, Fred Ingram, Donald lirhes. Ro
Rua' 3: Bill Baird, Bland Addison, Torn Price, Bill Hoflman, lim Wilsrmn,
Brown, Duane Bracken, Dana Wellman, jack Champney, David Scull.
zi' 2: Tom Baird, Russell lohnson, Dick Mellet, Mike Melov, Russell Cook,
Marshall Winsivr. Rau' J: Frank Huddle, john lost, .leter Colway, Douglass
This year, as in the past, Annandale Helded a track team
that did not have access lo proper training facilities. Despite
these liinderances the "thin Cfladsn of Annandale made a good
showing. Under the able coaching of Mr. Finch and Ed Henry
such fleet rooted stars as lfred Ingram, Doug Brown. Pete
Olexy and Dana Wfellman helped our school make a name
on the tracks of Northern Virginia.
The state indoor meet at Lexington saw the four man
Annandale team fail to score. As the season progressed, so
did our team, their hard work being rewarded.
Mighty Mouse jumps the gun on the Apc-men.
Yiiiip!! Here they come?
Rau' 1: M. Flinchum, T. Mitchell, J. Cook, L. Hatch, C. Ogden, C. Payne. Ruiz' 2: S. Cooper, S, Lynch, B.
Fisele, DI. Heim. Rau 3: B. Lynch, C. Campbell. l.. Snyder, A. Hall.
Clmrlotte has a clear held to make her point.
Mariannil Flinchum, Captain.
The Varsity hockey team, under the expert coaching
of Miss Peters, again turned in a very successful sea-
son. With a record of five wins and one loss, they
tied with Fairfax for the County Championship. The
long, rugged practices were well worth the time and
effort even though the girls had to drag through 80
degree temperatures. The Atomettes' teamwork, deter-
mination, and ability, added that extra punch just
when it was needed and made this the most unforget-
table season yet.
Annandale ...... 3 McLean ..... . . . 0
Annandale ...,.. 5 Falls Church . . . . . O
Annandale ...... 3 Groveton . . . . . . 3
Annandale ...... 4 Mt. Vernon . . . . . . O
Annandale ...... 6 Herndon . . . . . 0
Annandale ...... 1 Fairfax . . . . . . 2
No! This is how it's done. And it's another goal for Judy'
Miss Peters, Coach
Mrs. Cunningham, Coach. Practice makes a winning team!
Due to the excellent spirit and team work of the J.V.
hockey squad another undefeated season was experienced.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Cunningham, the girls started
their fifth undefeated season with a 5-0 win over McLean.
The pace never slackened in the following games owing to
the constant rushing of the forwards and the unrelenting
defense of the backs. The effort and sportsmanship put
forth by the team helped make the '58 season one of the best
yet and hopes for a good year in '59 are very high.
McLean ..... . .
Groveton .... . .
Mt. Vernon . . . . .
Herndon .... . .
Fairfax . . .
Row 1: J. Sculley, M. Mott, 1. Simonsen, N. Chaney, A. Stewrrt, P. Thorne, B. Britten. Rau' 2: il. Nickerson, L. Allebaugh, N
Heath, M. Young, C. Dunn. Rau' 3: H. Weinberger, G. Lieblick. D. Mitchell, B. Millington, M. Mitchell.
Can't quite reach it!
Bill Barefield, Russ Cadle, Doug Etka, and Terry Gieb get some pre-
game shots in.
Too late !
G. W. ......,....... .
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Coach Harry Smith.
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Row 1: Terry Geib, Doug Etka, Bill Barefield, Russ Cadle, Bruce Rentch, T
Quantrille. Row 2: Roy Underwood, Strode Brent, Danny Drinkard, P
Scheurich, Brent Eardley, jerry Cable.
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Lacking in height, our basketball team got off on the wrong
foot. This situation was not helped any when six foot five
Mike Haycock had to quit due to an injury. However, we did
improve as the season progressed. Our opening game, played
at Fairfax, was marred by defeat, 47-56, Terry Geib and jerry
Cable scored most of the Atom's points. Washington-Lee was
the next team to down the Atoms, the score: an improved
44-35. The number one Northern Virginia team, Mt. Vernon,
was quite surprised when they were entertained by the Atoms.
Annandale led the Majors for three quarters but finally suc-
During all three of these games, prior to Christmas, it was
apparent that Terry Geib was to be the outstanding player. He
quickly became the high scorer in Northern Virginia, Fairfax
County, the Washington Metropolitan area, and the state. At
the end of the season he remained the number one scorer in the
county and the district while slipping to third in the state and
Hfth in the metropolitan area.
Returning to the courts after hard practice during the Christ-
mas "vacation," the Annandale five knocked off three straight
opponents. First came McLean, 59-50. That game played at
McLean partially avenged last year's loss to the Highlanders.
Heady with victory the Atoms next sought to take on the
Groveton Tigers at Groveton. The game was close and exciting
throughout. The lead switched hands many times but when the
hnal buzzer sounded the Atoms had a four point lead. The
final score was 59-55.
Snow forced the postponing of the Lee game but Annandale
was willing to wait. The next game that we did play was
against George Waslrington. The Prexies were somewhat sur-
prised and the Atoms walked away with a 61-59 victory.
Our days of joy were over though. as the schedule for the
next few games included Falls Church, Fairfax, and Ham-
mond. Sure enough, Falls Church ended the Annandale win-
ning streak by the close score of 48-51. This game was also
an exciting one that was nip and tuck throughout.
Fairfax set the Atoms back for the second straight time, this
time by the run-away score of 60-77. The loss marked our
fourth county loss in six games. Powerful Hammond, the
team that hnally won the Northern Virginia Championship,
crushed the host Atoms, 58-75. The one-two punch of Terry
Geib and jerry Cable was held to a low score.
Next we made up our game with Lee of Springfield. Lee,
the school that was a child of Annandale and Mt. Vernon,
played a good game but was unable to hold the older, more
experienced Atoms from winning to the tune of 62-49. In this
game Brent Eardley and Paul Scheurich came out of hiberna-
tion and impressed everyone.
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Geig and Etka battle for the rebound while Scheurich moves up
Although Basketball is an non-Contact game, Paul Scheurich
must tussle to get the ball.
The 1958-59 Eighth Grade team. Row 1: L. Dove, C. Twiddle, D. Smith, B. Howery, J. Richardson. Row 2: J. Hawley, B. Johnson, B.
Jenkins, T. Swan. Row 3: B. Romig, J. Price, L. Lipscomb, S. Kaminski, G. Burns.
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15 Mt. Vernon
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Napoleon" Shriver, JV Coach.
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Row I: C. Payne, T. Rcppard, L. Huges, D. Moore. Rrzu' 2: C. Etku, J. Chaunberluin
J. Milton. Row 3: X. Goodrich, L. Bosserman, P. Rassmunscn, C. Joiner, A. Morris
Row 4X T. Davoli, G. Holland, V. Gordon, S. Dickens.
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Lindy and Sandy score another basket over Lee.
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Marianna and Sally help the Atomettes defeat the Eagles
Rau' 1: T. Mitch , L
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B. Lynch. Rau' 3: S.
Brown, L. Reynolds.
Victory seemed to be the word to associate with the girls'
teams this year. Their fine teamwork and excellent coaching
paid large dividends. Taking over where the Co-Champion
Hockey Team left off, the girls' Varsity Basketball team scored
a decisive victory over Mount Vernon in their opening game
of the season.
A thrilling win over the undefeated McLean team sent the
girls' spirits soaring. McLean had not suffered a loss since 1957
when it was once again the Atometts who had inflicted the
One by one the opposing teams were met and conquered.
The inexperienced Lee team fell hard, Falls Church and Fair-
fax tried vainly, but were powerless against the stupendous
teamwork of the Atomettes.
The success of the team was based on quick accurate passing,
and the special aptitude for spotting the weaknesses and sus-
ceptible holes in the opposition which was stressed by the
coaches, Miss Buck and Mrs. Ramey.
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Raw 1: j. Bookhamcr, K. Leith, S. Shoemaker, I. Nickerson, Raw 2x L. Hull, M. Rhulcn, B. Westriiy, P. Pe.irson.
Row 3.' D. Pctcmznz, K. ll7itzw', S. Smith, M, Mizclaell.
Mitchell and Hull pull togctlivi' in thc gunna aigziimt Fiills Church. Captain, Stcphzmic Smith and l5i1i'lxim Wcsti'41y', no-Ciiptiiin.
Don't look so worried you've got the winning teaml
Time out for a little encouragement.
Hard work and tireless effort on behalf of all people in-
volved, coaches, players, managers and rooters, made it pos-
sible for the Girls' Varsity Basketball team to end the season
Among the many feats accomplished during the season was
the scoring of 73 points against the mighty McLean team. This
was probably the most points ever scored in Fairfax County
by a girls' team. Playing in a close game with extra pressure
on them did not seem to bother the girls any for when time
was running out and tension was rising they got together,
raised the score and won the game. This playing in the clutch
was most needed in the McLlean game when it was "nip and
tuck" all the way. Teamwork and effort on the part of the
team along with the unbelievable patience and hard work of
the coaches, Miss Buck and Mrs. Ramey, make the '59 season
the best in the history of A.H.S.
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"Make that a high fly to left field !"
Muddy Helds and unpredictable weather are sure signs of the
nearing softball season and this year was no different. Deter-
mined to have as good a season as the hockey and basketball
teams, the members of the softball team picked their ways out
to the far corner of the hockey field whenever the weather
permitted. Practice started around the middle of March with
many girls trying out for one or more of the nine positions.
Tackling the job of picking the teams were Mrs. Hall and
Miss Buck. After this job was done the actual practicing began
and soon the moaning caused by sore arms could be heard
mingled with the whack of the bat and ball connecting and the
smack of the ball against a leather glove. Extra work was nec-
essary on the part of all concerned because with some bad
weather not much time was had between the beginning of
practice and the first game. Again teamwork and spirit pre-
vailent in girls' sports, were sure signs of a good season.
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Coach Miss Buck Coach, Mrs' Hall
Mr. Larry Fones, Head Baseball Coach.
Catcher Fred Welch and
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at Mt. Vernon
batter Bob Robyak await the pitch.
Gary Bennett takes batting practice under the watchful eyes of Mr, Fones
April 14 Washington-Lee
17 at Mt. Vernon
24 at Falls Church
27 at Hammond
29 at Wakeneld
May 1 George Washington
S at McLean
12 at Fairfax
Bobby Henry keeps them "honest" while he plays Hrst
Herb Cummings practices his pitching in the gym before the season gets underway.
Betty Chettle, Captain
-lolly just Dee Sherwood Lynn Castell
These are the girls who kept the AHS teams playing hard
and winning games. Of course the coaches helped a little!
During the past year, in cold weather, in rain, in hot weather,
these were the girls who came to every game, yelled for every
play, kept the spectators excited and, gave our teams that extra
drive that wins games!
If you went home with a sore throat after the games these
are the ones to thank.
This year our cheerleaders have been a tremendous help in
raising money for our stadium. They collected money through
Atoms Boosters, they had bake sales, and, best of all, they got
other students to get out and work for those lights! They
were also a big help with the Stadium Dance, held in
Speaking for the entire student body, we would like to
thank you, the cheerleaders of Annandale High.
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Row 1: Marijon Ketchum. Linda Ross, Harriet Elkner, Elizabeth Slater. Nan Chaney, Sandra
Amos, Sara Mendelsohn. Row 2: Lyle Fowlkes, Sally Cooper, Patty Scrolgs. Mascott: Laurie
Row 1: Nancy Delong. Lauri Hutchings. Mikal Simmons. Wanda O'Rf:-ar. Diane Walldo, Sherry
Farnell. Rauf 2: jackie Fnglish, Marsha Duncan, Kris Wolfe, jackie Simpson.
Miss Petersg Director, Girl's Athletics.
The Atomettes have grown in stature and in wisdom since
they first took to the fields and courts in 1954. In the course
of establishing a strong girl's physical education program,
there emerged a talented nucleus of athletes. For those who
qualified, there were interscolastic held hockey, basketball, and
softball. Practices and games were scheduled in the afternoon
after school. The success of the teams has .been obvious. Over
the live year period, 1954-59, the three teams have a better than
5Ofk recordg each team has won or tied a championship in that
time. The teams have grown from the small squads that were
evident in 1954, to ones that necessitate "try-outs" of two
weeks in order to cut the large number of girls who come out.
The schedule of games has been increased with the addition
of new schools in the county, providing a six-week game
schedule for both Varsity and junior Varsity teams.
Intramural offerings are still in a developmental stage since
space is at a premium. However, volleyball intramurals in 1958
claimed over 300 participants, with activity to a lesser degree
in tennis and archery.
Sportsdays are an integral part of the girl's athletic program.
Annandale teams have journeyed to McLean for a hockey
sportsday, and to Wakeield for volleyball and basketball
sportsdays. There are usually 8 to 10 area schools who attend
these -meets, which are held Saturday mornings. The events
are for girls from physical education classes who.are not mem-
bers of an interscholastic squad. '
The boys sports program at Annandale has much to be
proud of. Since 1954 the Atoms have captured four county
championships in two different sports. In addition to that,
several boys have won personal honors for themselves. Joe
Davies, Bruce Hewitt are two that have made good in college
While Bill Barefield, Terry Geib, Mike Haycock, and Bob
Heath have shown up in county, state, and regionally all-star
Not only have we entered into varsity sports, but also intra-
mural activities. Each year we enter the Herndon all-sports
day event at Herndon High School. This event, along with
other such opportunities, provides athletic participation for
Yes, since 1954 Annandale sports have grown from an
awkward football and basketball team to a school that now
has a good track and gymnastic team in addition to the best
football squad in Northern Virginia.
Mr. Grinellg Athletic Director.
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rn.znqigcrs Don lirht-5 and Mike Agnew scurry about.
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The fruits of our luborg Mr. Henry, Mr. Muirhead, and Mike
Hzlycock receive the football trophy.
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Nan Stahl Alice Hall
President M C iAA , Vice-President
Nan Chaney Steve Mayo
Rau' I: Mr. Visnich, Nan Stahl. Alice Hall. Ron' 2: Steve Mayo,
The Class of 1960 had an active junior year in 1958-59.
Its members worked hard to follow established traditions and
to create new ones of their own.
The officers were aided in promoting class projects by rep-
resentatives in each junior English class, and all the Class
members pitched in to help raise money for the Prom. They
brought baked goods to be sold in the Cafeteria and gave
informal dances. In April, they presented the junior Play,
"Western Union, Please."
Studies were not neglected either. English, United States-
Virginia history, algebra, plane geometry, chemistry, and many
other subjects claimed a good portion of each junior's time.
juniors also joined interest clubs, and many served as offi-
cers. They were admitted to the Key and Keyette Clubs and
to the language honor societies. Then, in the spring, some
were inducted into the National Honor Society.
Finally, at the end of the year, each junior received his
class ring and prepared to embark upon his senior year.
Anna Belle Bonor
Merle Lynn Alley
Mrs. Woods, Dave Landen, Jeanne Richards, and Bobby Henry
setting up a lab.
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Martha Ann Gibson
Addie Lou Greer
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Dave Check seems to be wondering about Cecile Zaugg.
Jo Ann Mabie
Barbara Eisle and Nancy Heath are decorating for 1 dance
Mary Ann Monaco
Starr Wolle and joan Heim have a tug-of-war.
Arlnnc O Connor
jo Ann Reynolds
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Tosh Mitchell, Sandy Lynch, and Mary Ellen Young trying for "no
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Juniors Who Did Not Have Their Pictures Taken.
Mary Ellen Young
Sophomore oflicers, jon Jost, Tom Price, Linda Ross, and Nancy
Heath, decorate for the Hop.
Tom Price Nancy Heath
Linda Ross jon Jost
When the Class of 1961 became the sophomore class, in
1958-59, its members began to take a more active part in the
life of the school.
They boosted the total in their treasury by having an infor-
mal dance, a bake sale, and a paper drive. They began to join
interest clubs, and some of them were elected officers. They
began to wonder and ask questions about colleges and courses
of study and the importance of good grades.
They studied English, world history, biology, and algebra.
Some took shop or music or home economics. Some were
rewarded by being elected to the junior National Honor
All in all, it was an exciting, wonderful year!
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The Class of 1962 had its first real high school experience
in 1958-59 when it became the freshman class.
For the first time, the freshman had a different teacher for
each of five or six classes. For the first time they earned grades
that would appear on their college transcripts.
There were other beginnings, too. They were introduced to
high school subjects-languages, algebra, geography, and gen-
eral science. They joined high school clubs and attended high
They had to adjust to demands for greater responsibility
on each student's part and longer hours of homework. They
became familiar with the Library and learned what it had
The entire year was a beginning-a period of new experi-
ences, a time to learn, but it also proved to be a time for
increased self-confidence and, best of all, fun.
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Treasurer Acting Secretary
Row 1: Vickie Welch, Pennv Pearson. Row 2
Larry Bosserman, Tom Davoli.
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Betty johnson, Cindy Via, and Pat Mayo meet to discuss Eighth Grade
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Betty johnson , I
For the Class of 1963, coming to Annandale High was a
brand new experience. The new eighth graders had much to
learn, but they also had much to enjoy.
The crowded halls filled with bustling students, the lockers
that invariably stuck-all were new. The members of the
"Prep Class" soon learned that homework was longer and
harder, and that many activities were offered if they were
only willing to work. The Class had its own teams, cheer-
leaders, clubs, and dances. It also had its own Student Council
Association. The Class's responsibilities increased continually
throughout the year.
Finally, the period of adjustment was over, and the eighth
graders were ready to tackle their freshman year with confi-
dence and aplomb.
Pat Adkins 4 . .
Linda Alexander A
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Bobby Ball 'S ' A VW 'l xi'
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Gordon Burns, Carol Dc-vers and Patsy Flattery
wonder what they have to do to get an "A" in
Mr R ihunsky's class.
Susan Lynne Dalby
Marsha Jean Duncan
Carolyn A. Dunevant
Betty L. Bookhammer
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Bobby Boyer r i A U ' it -N
Curt Douglas Brickham 1-' 5.-Q X I
Doris Brown b 5? f ' f '
Edna Burke us e - X 5 i gg, A 'L ii
Gordon Burns ' 5 .te N
batricia Burwell .1-N b az A A B Q we ' Q
Wilson Cagnetti I W if L-' ' f P K .
Lilla Carroll i 5 'Mi is
jimmy Cassedy K ' , f x v . 4 x ' r
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lf' 5' " 1 John Gill
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, . Patricia Griffith
, , David Gubser
'N g "'-- -' Dale Gurnell
5 A ' '-i' .lv :ELF Janet Gutmann
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F ylys, D D ,aa Wade Hall
in 'fW"' I if 7 Holly Hammerle
YS? E ' sy Esther Hanlin
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3 'fa : "' r i f it Mike Hanlin
A 'V 'f , 11. 1 Stanley Harlbut joy Funston, jackie English and Sherri Farnell wonder where
i' s'1t ff' Bill Wade will be five years from now
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. L U ' Sue Haselton
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1 5' ff ii ,,A, V A ' Mike Helvey
5' pl ,E ,,'1 i"'- gd rl ' ,5 if V Q' Barbara Hess
Q tfl i' i -I 'W A - A A , if jimmy Higgins
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D. , i I Brenda Hollingsworth
Lance Hoxie Q '
Harriet Hutchings A V
Gary jackson '
Please, oh Please!" john Drew asks of Cindy Via.
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H ' I H Joe Price
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x A ll ' r.V Joyce Ramay
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Richard Rio m
Bruce Romig i - A .
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Suzanne Rucker Q ' , h m 6
Kenneth Runyon A Y A 2, I it .1
Allen Russell - Y, M
Donald Ruths Q S ' S 'S A Q or S 'X
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Janie Sculley V I A A A 'L 1
Walter Sessums V L: xi X i!" wg V f
Billy Shanor I m S Q it I? ' S
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Wayne Spruill S ii'-' ' ki
Becky Squires W V " Y
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, , ,ll Kris Wolfe
if Q M . ,V--,i David Wallentine
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S A , 'A A V Karen Webster
E 2, 5' i VViAi :Ai ,. 'C' fet a Ai Barbara Westray
iv 2 .I-V 5' bll i ' I i, Alyri Ilc, A V f ,,k Linda VVl'laI'tOfl
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Columbia Pike 81 Chatelain Rd., Annandale, Va.
"There's a Tops within Good Eating Distance of Youv
ANNANDALE ESSO SERVICENTER
9618 Columbia Pike Annandale, Va.
Featuring: Complete Tune-Up Service ' Complete Brake Service
Va. State Inspection Station ' All Mechanical Work Guaranteed
Station Hours: Daily 6:30 A.M.-10:00 P.M.
Town of Annandale CL 6-3000
Diamonds ' Watches ' Silverware ' Gifts
Specializing in Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing
Maple Street and Columbia Pike
Day-CL 6-2666 Night-.IE 2-3924
ELLICOTTS 5 81 10
Store Hours 9 - 9, Mon.- Sat.
A Complete Dime Store for Your Corweni
GENERAL BAKIN G
Bond Bread Now in the New Swirl Wrapper
CRUSTY PIE CO.
30 "O" St. N.E.
Pies 0 Cakes 0 Pastries 0 Donuts
"Sincere Service Since 1932"
ANNANDALE CITIES SERVICE
Columbia Pike - Opposite Firehouse
Road Service 0 Tires 0 Batteries 0 Accessories
Preston Thomas and Charles Finter
ANN AN DALE PHARMACY
"We Have Never Said No to Our Community"
CL 6-3400 o Free Delivery
W. C. SAUNDERS COMPANY
3110 West Marshall Street
School and College Jewelry
Medals and Trophies
ANNANDALE SPO-RT Sl HOBBY, INC.
Annandale Shopping Center
9613 Columbia Pike CLearbrook 6-7255
STAR SUPPLY CO.
Annandale, Va. CL 6-2050
Hardware 0 Feed 0 Seed 0 Fertilizer
Lumber 0 Cement o Building Supplies
ICE CREAM CO.
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BANK OF ANNANDALE
SANITARY FOOD STORE No. 4, INC.
6243 Duke Street Annandale, Va. CL 6-2334
Open Daily 8-10 Free Delivery
Lincolnig, Va, Reliable Prescription Service
Best Wishes to the Class of '59
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CARDS FLOOR SERVICE I ' O 91- Y'L'r-iejffx C pkqyxj
C. M. Feriig, owner ,f ' D 'i,.p nts 'J I '
Serving All of Northern Virginia QNX 3
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6990 Backlick Rd. springaeld, virginia FRIEND
6400 Brandon Ave.
A Speciality Not a Sideline
LADY ELEANOR Hairstylist
Columbia Pike fopposite the Elementary Schoolj
LINCOLNIA MOTEL 81 RESTAURANT
Shirley Highway at Route 350 and 236
U Miles South of Washington, D.C.J
"When Guests Arrive You Cannot House"
Boys seem to enjoy the fashions at Trice's as much as the girls
IVA TRICE DRESS SHOP
SHIRL'S LADIES SHOP
6319 Amhurst Ave.
Home of Nationally Advertised Brands
Dresses 0 Sports Wear 0 Lingerie 0 Accessories
Lay Aways Encouraged
Open Daily 9:30-6:00, Fri. 'til 9:00
6994 Backlick Road
Home-cooked Meals 0 Pizza 0 Orders-To-Go
.lane Frorath Looks to the Future
DEAVERS ELECTRIC SERVICE
"If I t's Electric We Fix I ti'
Motor Rebuilding 0 Contract Wiring
Columbia Pike, P.O. Box 147
Annandale, Virginia CL 6-3211
THE KEY MOTEL
7 Miles South of the Nation's Capital
on Shirley Highway
At Route 236 FL 4-7464
Owned and Operated by Lewis and Jerome Keyes
Wall-To-Wall Carpets ' Instant Hot Water ' Air Conditioned
LAZY SUSAN INN
Enjoy Scenic Virginia
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
2050 Wilson Blvd. A
4259 Wilson Blvd.
3211 Columbia Pike
4624 Lee Highway
SPRINGFIELD J EWELERS
6436 Brandon Ave., Springfield, Va.
WATCHES ' KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS ' GIFTS
fWatch Repairing a Specialty?
Sterling by Towle, Carham, Wallace, and International
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6416 Brandon Ave., Springfield, Va.
HARDWARE Sl PAINT CO.
6814 Bland Street, Springfield, Va.
"W e Serve Springfield's Needs"
FL 4-9452 FL 4-5700
A.LLYN'S MENS SHOP
Mrs. Simms, Owner of the Friendship House in Springfield.
helps Alice Moyers in selecting a bracelet.
for every person
on all occasions
at any price
Next to Bon Food-s
Springfield, Va. FL 4-704.0
by Bunch, Bob Furnad and Monroe 'Whitton are amat
High School compared to the experts at F. W. Harris, Inc.
F. W. HARRIS, INC.
Plumbing 0 Heating 0 Air-Conditioning
PEOPLES GAS STATIONS, INC
3216 RIVER ROAD
4109 DUKE STREET
ROUTE 7 AT CULMORE
FALLS CHURCH, VA.
COLUMBIA PIKE AND ROUTE 236
Class of '59
Mr. Charles Baptie and Mr. H. T. Mooney
H. G. ROEBUCK 81 SON, INC.
The People of Our Community
AN NAN DALE
ANNANDALE RADIO 81 T.V.
Rt. 236, Annandale, Virginia
AN NANDALE PET SUPPLY
Your Friendly Pet Shopping Center
Registered Puppies 0 Tropical Fish
Complete Line of Pets and Supplies
Never An Extra Charge
Corner of Annandale Rd.
and Columbia Pike
THE SPRINGFIELD BANK
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Hours: 9:30-2:30 Mon. thru Fri.
6-8 P.lVI., Friday
9-12 Noon, Saturday
B E R G E N ' S
MEN 'S 81 BOYS, SHOP
Hours: Daily, 9-8 0 Friday 9-9
'6Where The Ladies Like To Shop"
Boys Sizes 4 thru 20
Billy The Kid Dungarees-Safe T Knee
Tom Sawyer and Campus
Suits 0 Coats 0 Jackets For Men
Northcool Famous Wash-n-Wear Slacks and Suits
Two Trouser Suits
McGregor Sportswear o Manhattan Shirts
Annandale Falls Church Road
Old Dominion Bank "One Check Charge Service'
Pat Briggs is interested in photography?
Complete Photographic Supplies
Foreign and Domestic Cameras
Falls Church Rd. at Maple Street
Class of '59
1007 Market Street
Philadelphia 7, Pa.
Negatives of Portraits appearing in this annual are kept on file
Photographs may be ordered
Mr. ,lames D. Wooldridge
Captain and Mrs. Paul H. Bjarnason
Mrs. C.. E. Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Rex M. Chaney
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Allebaugh
Major and Mrs. M. .l. Spaur
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stahl
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Zaugg
Mrs. C. S. Angel
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Fowlkes, J r.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ball
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Green
Major and Mrs. Weston R. Smith
Captain and Mrs. W. A. Wolfe
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Rouvalis
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Eisele
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hagen
Major and Mrs. R. C. Gardner
Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Anderson
William C. Twiddy
Robert and Albert Alberi
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Fincannon
Mr. Marvin Hinkle
To the Hockey Coaches from the Teams.
P A T R O N S
The Unforgetable Girls Basketball Teams
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Price
Colonel and Mrs. M. C. Domey
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gray
To the Softball Coaches from Us.
Mrs. William Millington
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Coppage
Al Pearson I
From Mrs. Haack's maniacs in 211
Commander and Mrs. R. R. Brafford
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Rath
Mrs. C. A. Huber
Lieutenant and Mrs. Donald Hubbard
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Whitton
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Moyers
To Alfred E. Neuman from R. A. Grey
Allan T. Marsh
The President, D. D. E.
Colonel and Mrs. Garrison
To Robert Allen from his 3rd Period Class
Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Briggs
Captain and Mrs. J. W. Frorath
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