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Mr. Henry Conner A.B., .M.Ed., William and .Mary College Director of Instruction Mrs. Earl White B.S., Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia I ' isiting Teacher Cregger Serves First Mr. Lloyd Cregger, new principal, was born in Wythe County, Virginia. He received his B.A. degree at East Tennessee State and his M.E.D. degree at irginia Polytechnic Institute. He is a member of the Rotary Club and the Youth Superintendent at the Culpeper Methodist Church. Mr. Cregger has been on two world cruises. A sports enthusiast and former coach in almost every sport, he came to Culpeper from a two-year principalship at Fluvanna High School. Before that he was a teacher and coach of football, baseball, and basketball at Dublin High School, Pulaski. Mr. Lloyd Cregger reads incoming letters before giving dictation to Mrs. Powell Button, the school secretary. Mrs. Powell Button writes a check for a student worker. Year as School Head Mr. Powell Button serving as special deputy sheriff guards his post at a basketball game. 9
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School Board of Culpeper County — Mr. William Alphin, Salem District; Mr. Roadcap Atkins, School Board Clerk; Mr. William Spillman, Stevensburg District, Chairman; Mr. Brent Sandidge, Division Superintendent of Schools; Mr. Robert Inskeep, Catalpa District; Mr. Robert Chilton, Jefferson District; Mr. Hamilton Hutcher- son, Cedar Mountain Dist rict. Sandidge Head of Board for Second Year The Culpeper County School Board spent many extra hours this year striving to meet the specifications of the Department of Health, Education, and elfare. The board consists of one representative from each magisterial district in the county, the clerk, and the superintendent of schools. They were chal- lenged to find money for the proposed new high school for the fall of 1967. Mr. Brent Sandidge M.Ed., University of ' irginia Division Superintendent of Schools Board of Supervisors of Culpeper County — Mr. William Bywaters, Jefferson District; Mr. William alker, Stevensburg District; Mr. Evans McMullan, Cedar Mountain District; Mr. Conner Yates, Salem District; Mr. Winfrey White, Catalpa District, Chairman. 8
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Broyles, Kinsey Serve as CCEA Officers Mr. Floyd Binns assists Edda Mapelli in choosing her class ring. Mr. Floyd Bixns is chairman of Social Studies of EA District N and is vice president of the ' irginia Council for Social Studies. Teaching senior government, he also sponsors the senior class, coaches girls’ softball, serves as pastor for two churches, and manages the school store. His hobbies include athletics, fishing, and photography. He is chaplain of the Mitchells Ruritan Club and the Culpeper County Rescue Squad. Serving as a member of the State Board of Education Committee, he is helping to prepare a guide for the eighth- ninth grade civics course. Mrs. R.vndall Bl.axkexship, sponsor of the Future Homemakers of America, teaches all Home Economics classes. She received her B.S. degree from Virginia Polytechnic In- stitute. She performs the many duties of a Methodist minister’s wife. Her two sons, reading, and sewing occupy her time outside of School. .Miss Mary George Bolex, adviser of the CoLoxxADE and assistant adviser of the Library Club, is the school librarian. She acquired her B.S. degree from Longwood College and her training in library science from the Columbia School of Library Service. Mr. Shirley Broyles, sponsor of the FFA, teaches ocational Agriculture I, II, HI and IV. President of the Culpeper Education Association, he is also the program chairman of the Ruritan Club. He serves as Chairman of the Board of Deacons at Bethel Baptist Church and enjoys shopwork in his spare time. He received his B.S. degree from ' PI. Mrs. R.. xdall Blankenship helps Shirley Utz bake chocolate chip cookies. Miss Mary George Bolen checks the camera before club pictures are taken. Mr. Shirley ' Broy ' les hastens to lunch after a busy morning in the agriculture building. 10
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