Falls Church High School - Jaguar Yearbook (Falls Church, VA)

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Approving time shall consecrate and give To those who follow after, the same just precepts, Our example and a like immortal prize, To which with loving care she helped us rise. DEDICATED.. To you—our parents, whose patience and perseverance have guided us through our high school years. As an expression of our gratitude and in sincere appreciation for the help and devotion of our mothers and fathers we proudly dedicate the 1952 Jaguar. men X 01 .1 1 (rHCOt Page Dr. William S. Rumbough ADMINISTRATION Guidance Staff Office Staff William II. Barrett, M.A. Assistant Principal Co-sponsor Student Council FACULTY Minnie Banks, B.S., M.A. English I and II Dramatics Club George V. Bernard, B.A. Civics, World History 7’rack Coach Evelyn T. Bickers, B.S., M.A. Commercial Subjects Dance Club Nancy Bircii, B.S. Eighth Grade Physical Education Monogram Club Girls’ Varsity Basketball Coach J. V. Hockey Harvey A. Bleam, B.S., M.A. Eighth Grade Math Algebra I Robert W. Bogen, A.B. Eighth Grade Science Model Airplane Club Eighth Grade Sponsor Eighth Grade Basketball Bruce L. Campbell, B.S. Science, Biology Freshman Class Sponsor Coach of J. V. Basketball Mable Chapman, B.S. Science Club Sponsor of Junior Class Harvey F. Cooper, B.S. Industrial Arts Photography Club Page 7 FACULTY Anita J. Crowson, B.S. Home Economics Future Homemakers of America Frances Crum, A.B., M.A. Journalism, Art, Math Art Club, Jaguar Journal Quill and Scroll Lee Curtice, B.S. Social Studies Laura M. Furman, A.B. Senior Civics, American Historv Dance Club Varsitr Cheerleaders’ Sponsor Bernard Howard Garhart, B.S. Algebra 2, Trigonometry Golf Team Janet F. Gray, B.S., M.A. Geometry Bible Club, Charge of Clinic Marjorie E. Green, B.Mus. Vocal Music, Glee Club Sophomore Sponsor ). V. Cheerleaders’ Sponsor Julia Covington Gunn, B.S., M.A. Eighth Grade English, Social Studies Eighth Grade Cheerleaders’ Sponsor Defense Stamp Program Helen Smith Hawkins, B.A. Eighth Grade English, History Harmonica Club Arlene Guthrie Hunt, A.B. Shorthand, Typing Office Practice Harriet S. Hurt, B.A. Dramatics, English Sub-Deb Club National Honor Society Sarah White Jackson, A.B., B.S. Librarian, Library Club Co-sponsor Student Council Geraldine L. Lenvin, B.S. English, Speech Forensics Club, School Forensics Bernice Lilly, B.S. Physical Education Varsity Softball Coach Carter W. Lincer, M.A. Eighth Grade General Math Coach Eighth Grade Football Varsity Track Coach Page 8 FACULTY Joseph J. Lyons, Jr., A.R., M.A. Spanish Key Club Co-sponsor of Freslnnan Class . V. Football and Baseball Coach Etiielyne McBee, M.A. Mathematics Tennis Club Junior Honor Society Margarita Maldonado, A.B. Spanish, Latin Sub-Deb Club Sophomore Class Sponsor Nelle H. Miles, B.S. English Jaguar, Senior Class Sponsor Frank II. Misiiou, M.A. Commercial Law, Civics Chess Club No. 1 Sponsor Senior Class Ruth II. Moffitt, B.A. English, Social Studies Tri-Hi-Y Club Carolyn Morrison, B.S. Physical Education Dance Club Varsity Hockey Louise Rigdon, B.S. Visiting Teacher Winifred Roberts, M.A. English, Social Studies Needlccraft Club Mrs. Hilda Rosenstock, M.A. Business Math, General Math Algebra, Social Dance Club Anne Rui.lman, A.A. Latin Guidance, Junior Classical League Ernest B. Ryder, B.M.E. Instrumental Music, Band Director Freshman Class Co-Sponsor Lucille Scott, B.S. English Social Studies I IoRTENSE SeEDLOCK, B.A. Social Studies English Nelle Siiugiirou, B.S. Chemistry, Physics Science Club Page 9 FACULTY Elsie Snodgrass, B.S. Eighth Grade Science Eighth Grade Guidance Mildred Spindle, B.S. English Alpha Spitzer, B.S. Business Administration Margaret Spitzer, B.S. Home Economics Future Homemakers of America Club M rs. W. C. Springston, B.S. Eighth Grade Math Pep Club William C. Springston, B.S. Industrial Arts, General Metals Mechanical Drawing Camera Club Vivien Sulpice, B.S. English, American History Arthur Valotto, B.S. Physical Education Varsity Basketball Coach Eighth Grade Baseball Coach Junior Class Sponsor Leland Arthur Vliet, A.B., M.A. American History, World History Printing Club Paul Weber, B.S. Physical Education Varsity Football Coach Varsity Baseball Coach Varsity Club NOT PICTURED Thomas D. Todd, B.A., M.A. Director of Physical Education Head Coach of Football Custodial Staff Page 10 muon issimnmss Page STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Rashid Abdu, President; Wayne Richey, Vice-President; Geneva Fox, Secretary; Janice Smith, Treasurer. SENA IE: Gary Chew, Tommy Freed, Merle Deits, Diane Eckel, Ann Rutherford, Dick Aliev, Bill Hogan, Ann Yeatman, Anita Noble, Jay Deits. REPRESEN IA 1 IVES: First row, left to right: Frances Ball, Donna Whitely, Diana Esper, Shelby Shifflett, Shirley Fortier, ilma hittington, Mary Ann McGillis, Betsy Sullivan. Second row: Lorene Corker, Carol Schoolar, Anne Peckinpaugh, Pat Gordon, Diane Allman, Pat Wells, Betty Towsey, Joan Perrv, Ann Leone, Joe Guiffre, Mrs. Jackson. I bird row: Dave Houser, Wilson Harris, Dick Killen, Hugh West, Gilbert Carrick- off, Dennis Hobbs, Jack Dodson, Phil Kautt, Frank Partlow, Don Moulds, Dyson Miller, Jim Mclntire, Sandy Luppens. Page 12 ASSOCIATION The Student Council Association of Falls Church High has endeavored to serve the student body and to work constantly for the welfare of all. Under the leadership of Rashid Abdu, many outstanding activities have been sponsored this year. Among these are the savings bond program, the magazine drive, the adoption of a workable honor system, the annual Sweetheart Dance, and the publication of the student handbook to famil¬ iarize old and new students alike with the high school. An added asset to the Council this year has been the Senate, organized to expedite the work of the Student Council. The Student Council Association has been an integral part of the life at kails Church High School this year and through it, a genuine spirit of cooperation has been encouraged. Page 13 STUDENT COUNCIL ASSOCIATION j SWEETHEART COURT First row: Donna Whitely, Shirley Fortier, Barbara Mos:ati, Sandra Villella, Helyn King, Terry Townsend, Merle Deits, Kathy Lee, Joan Dean. Second row: Beverly Breedlove, Anne Chapman, Gloria McGillis, Jane Longanecker, Homecoming Queen; Joan Perry, Maid of Honor; Carol Schoolar, Sweetheart; Betty Towsey, Barbara Cloud, Pat Dittman, Bonnie ' Cole¬ man. Falls Church High School welcomed back its 1951 Sweetheart, Kitty Sue Lee, who crowned the 1952 Sweetheart, Carol Schoolar, at the annual Sweetheart Dance. 1 hrough a satin draped heart the Court and Oueens moved in procession to the music of “Sweethearts,” sung by Miss Marjorie Green. The Sweetheart Dance, long since a tradition at Falls Church, was well attended by both students and alumni. Page 14 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS: Fee Phillips, Carol Schoolar, Phyllis Horton, President; Patricia Foster, Beverly Zierdt. First row: Ann Rutherford, Janice Smith, Electa Lareo nbe, Joan Boland, Betty Jean Nicholson, Joan Cushman. Second row: Virginia Grille, Sara DcGroot, Diane Christopher, Eileen Johnson, Shirley Fortier, Gloria McGillis, Sheila Schnack, Freddie Schauss, Helen Merritt, Marlene Rives, Shirley Shelton, Earlene Intolubbe, Kaye Irwin. Third row: Sidney Lineker, Ronald Herring, Phil Kautt, Byron Tucker, David Johnson, Bill Guiffre, Chuck Freed, Don Moulds, Neal Ferris, Rashid Abdu. The National Honor Society is an honorary organization whose main function is to promote scholarship, leadership, citizenship and service among the students of the high school. The Eliza¬ beth Ann Clem Chapter, an active chapter in the county, affords to some worthy Senior a scholar¬ ship of $100 for outstanding work. This organization is open to only Juniors and Seniors who have grades of " G” or above and who have at least ten activity points. Membership in the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors a student can attain while in high school. Mrs. Harriet Hurt has been with the National Honor Society from the beginning seven years ago. She has seen the name of the society change three times, from “Falls Church Chapter” to “Eta Alpha Kappa” and now to “Elizabeth Ann Clem.” She has been a vital part of the society and has filled her position as sponsor capably. Page 1 5 QUILL and SCROLL OFFICERS: Ann Autherford, President; Cliff Enright, Vice-President; Betty Jean Nicholson, Secretary; Mary Lon Carroll, Treasurer; Mrs. Frances Crum, Sponsor. MEMBERS: Pat Bailey, Charlotte Corner, Pat Foster, Dave Frye, Bill Gmffre, Phyllis Horton, Earlene Intolubbe, Kaye Irwin, Eileen’ Johnson, David Kaplan, Ann Kohlmeier, Electa Larcombe, Hugh MacMahon Sandra Mendenhall, Freddie Schauss, Sheila Schnack, Carol Sehoolar, Janice Smith, Byron Tucker, Pat Wells, Karin Younger, Beverly Zierdt. The International Honorary Society for High School Journalists m Falls Church High School is Ouill and Scroll. Juniors and seniors working on either yearbook or newspaper may apply with the recommendation of their respective sponsors. Approval by the National Secretary is also necessary. Quill and Scroll sponsors Publication Day annually to reveal the secret workings of the two school publications to the student body. Page 16 Lett to right: Nye Bemis, Bob Allen, Mike Giambattista, Bob Shumate, Wayne Richey, president; l orn Finley, Charles Friend, Tommy Virden, Francis Palme, Tom Penn, Bob Sandwich, Bill Brose, Page Johnson. KEY CLUB The Key Club is a Junior Service Organization made up of the key boys in the higli scliool. Boys from Sopho¬ more, Junior, and Senior classes by the principal’s selection and under the sponsorship and assistance of the Kiwanis Club, render service to the high school. ' Phe Key Club, like the Kiwanis, is based upon the principles of service. It capitalizes, for constructive school service, the fellowship of a group of boys who meet together once a week. It develops friendship and encourages leadership. It seeks to build better schools and communities tlirough intelligent interest, active training and unselfish leadership. Although one of the newest clubs in this school, it has already made a name for itself through its active partici¬ pation in building the character and shaping the future of Falls Church High School. NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY The aim of the Junior Honor Society is to help increase scholastic standards, and to be of service to the school. First row: Lynn Mandelbaum, Alice Osborne, Janet Gray, Ann Tilley, secretary-treasurer; Palmer Rutherford, presi¬ dent; Mary Lee Coffey, vice-president; Susan Watters, Connie Cook, Sandra Yillella, Barbara Sanders. Second row Anne Lucas, Linda Kerr, Lynn Lott, Nance Oliver, Nancy Cloud, Joan English, George Brainerd, Estelle Renner, Jack Lynn, Karen Harvey. Third row: Rosemary Hartman, Arlene Robinson, Lois W oods, Ann Moore, Nvm Sew all, Anne Krummcs, Sally Ludlow, Alice Flagg, Tom Pace, Miss Ethelvne McBee, sponsor. Fourth row: Marlene Marden, Lee Reanev, Tom Gray, Ricky Faust, Dave Taylor, David Houser, Earl Carr, Danny Nielsen, Dick Braunlich, Charles Rowe. m ance Page 18 TVAE fte s THERE ' s NO 1952 JAGUARS u 44 ju o2 h N to C 3 r . — PO O QJ CL, Q u o CU • J jp r-. CJ £ rs 3 03 QJ c — 03 PP Ph QJ u a: bJO- 03 O PQ o S 3 I S 3 J 3 5 Oh CO o C a3 rt o Uh cu „ two 03 2 c go 03 i2 U 1-I lH U " Z 04 CJ U-) a-) n ( v-T cu ,_ :• 1-1 Vj 03 O JZ CJ £ § oU cu - U 03 C cfl 00 C U 0=5 o O CU QJ CU o 1— CuO CU CuO 03 I-- O h? CC3 r " ' “ 1 r - j-T O 4 h to u •r; r 03 c CO CU Oh r o p PQ 5 JS 00 o £ c W o o oj co u to CQ r -1 U c5 cu 04 ffl § CU CuO 03 ?3 u o o to 03 0 uo •s CU CJ c o £ Oh __T . 03 » Jrt - CJ rrt SPm 03 CJ 3 .52 cQ cu S 03 -M h to Oh -in +j .. O o 3 —I • —i o U CuO U £ o lH CU CuD _o [u 4 n 03 2 cu w .o r : Hj o Page 20 VARSITY FOOTBALL ENDS Standing: Palmer Rutherford, Wayne Richey, Ken Evbers, Tom Penn. Kneeling: Ray Barker, Hank Taylor. CENTERS Left to right: DuWayne James, Bill Guiffre. FULLBACKS and QUARTERBACKS Left to right: Dyson Miller, Frank Smallwood, Jimmy Zirkle, Dick Alley, Barn Hall. Allan Robinson. TACKLES Left to right: Dick Little, Bill Chase, Everett Coving¬ ton, Arthur Shaffer, Phil Kautt. GUARDS Left to right: Lee Phillips, Lee Chaney, Dave Frye, John Hargett, Bob Auringer. HALFBACKS Standing: Ted Payne, John Mather, John Harper, Deo Hardman. Kneeling: Jem ' Ilazelgrove. Jack Plasterer. Page 2 1 VARSITY FOOTBALL COACHES Tom Todd Paul Weber Schedule September 15 Roosevelt 1 5—Falls Church 0 The Jaguar Line clicks, but the offensive punch isn’t there. September 22 Falls Church 13—James Monroe 13 Smallwood completes five passes in touchdown drive, one to Hazelgrove for score. September 29 Coolidge 7—-Falls Church 0 Hardman goes 56 yards with an interception, and Hargett gets ‘Player of the Week’ award. October 6 Mount Vernon 13—Falls Church 6 The Line breaks the backs loose for long gains, but onlv one TD. October 13 Falls Church 36—Stuyvesant 7 Even the Line scored in this one, and Mather takes interception 64 yards for final score. October 19 Fairfax 51—Falls Church 6 Miller and Zirkle couldn’t carry all the offense and nobody could stop Saffer. Frye gets ‘Player of the Week’ award. October 27 Falmouth 12—Kalis Church 0 The Jaguar Line was rugged, and Alley goes 45 yards with interception, but offense again fails to click. November 2 Falls Church 13—Culpeper 12 Frve blocks punt for score, Hardman goes 40 yards for another. November 11 Osbourne 6—Falls Church 0 The ground defenses held, so Osbourne passed to victory over a spiritless Falls Church team. November 17 Falls Church 20—Charlotte Hall 6 The best offensive Line play of the season breaks Robinson loose for long gains in upset victory. ACT ION SHOTS Page 22 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL First row: McCarter, Green, Roberts, Cook, Hodges, Dodson, Rowe, Hobbs, Hoy, Fay, Penn. Second row: Coach Lyons, Stein, Morrison, Templeman, Anderson, J. Cooper, Harrington, Parish, Walker, D. Cooper, Gray, Thomas. Third row: Reeves, Fahey, Jones, Mills. Fourth row: Bass, Gilmore, D. Wood, Glover, Taylor, E. Wood, Wingo, Intolubbe, Freed, Nash. Next year’s Jaguars should really have something to look forward to, with this year’s edition of the Little Jaguars whipping all opponents except Herndon’s Varsity and becoming Fairfax County champions. Key players in posting the 4-1-1 record were Jones, Cook, Hobbs, Bass, F. Hoy, Hodges, D. Taylor, Green, Hockman, McCarter, Gilmore, and Fay. Page 23 VARSITY BASKETBALL Page 24 Pa e 2 5 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First row: Mike Williamson, Johnny Mather, Nve Bcmis, Richard Hunt. Second row: Bill Guiffre, manager; Dave Tavlor, Roger Walker, Roily Bclknapp, Peter Green, Ted Rentz, Mr. Campbell, coach. Third row: Tony Wilson, Lauren Dick, Barry Hall, Sandy Luppens. This year’s crop of Junior Varsity basketeers played a good brand of ball by anybody’s standards. Thrust into Group I competition for the first time, and under a new coach, Bruce Campbell, the boys ended with a very respectable record of ten wins and six losses. Nearly thw arted in mid-season by the loss of Dave Frye and John Mather, Coach Campbell came up with some able replacements in Dave Taylor and Roger Walker. Led by such stalwarts as high scoring Nve Bemis and Mike Williamson, and aided by playmakers John Mather, Dave Frye, Dave Taylor, Richard Hunt, Roger Walker, and Roily Bclknapp, they came up with creditable wins over Fairfax, Mount Vernon, Friends, and Woodward Prep. Coach Campbell Co-Captains Matiier and Bemis Page 26 VARSITY BASEBALL Page 27 J. V. BASEBALL First row: Rose, Bass, Nash, Rutherford, Hobbs, Hodges, Barksdale. Second row: Mr. Lyons, Giambiattista, Simmons, Hunt, Johnson, Moutoux, Luppens. Third row: Connie, manager; McCarter, Yerner, Hockman, Johnson, manager. GOLL First row: Mr. Garhart, Stoneburner, Neiger, Caddymaster; Bemis. Second row: Arnold. Eskew. Third row: Johnson, Finley, Moulds, Thompson. Page 28 TRACK First row: Richey, Saylors, Miller, Draper, Weiner, Eybers, Hargett. Second row: Glover, Loving, Gilmore, Lineker, Chaney, Jeckell, Jones, Hogan, Little, Oakley. Third row: Mr. Linger, Neilsen, Auringer, Miller, Harper, Denham, Templeman, Scott, Greco, Longacre, McCrarv, Mr. Bernard. Fourth row: Greco, Gilmore, Mclntire, Williamson, Brose, Gniffre, Cheney, Altizer, Smallwood, Robcv. The balls Church track team under Coach Carter Linger posted a five won, three lost record in 19s 1. T hey have promise of doing even better this season with Wayne Richey and John Harper returning for the hurdles, Bill Hogan in the 100-yard dash, and Pete McCrary in the 880. Last year these boys set new school records in their events. This year, with the addition of Ken Eybers in the high jump and the help of assistant coaches George Bernard and Bill Little, the team should be somewhat improved. ACTION SHOTS Page 29 FOOTBALL First row: Mcllvaine, Deits, Schoolar, Rossin, Clattcrbuck, Schewe, O’Doud, Hopkins, Carter, Milburn, Brown. Second row: Scott, Shay, Johnson, Blake, Younger, Partlow, Smart, Gost, Herman, Fohrell, Saddler, Reineck. Third row: Frve, Owens, Krerner, Hardesty, Chew, West, Duke, Kroger, Linger, coach. EIGHTH GRADE SPORTS BASEBALL First row: Root, Frye, Partlow, Pugh, Mclntire, Avery, Chap¬ man. Second row: Nevin, Carter, Clattcrbuck, Cockrell, Young¬ er, Rose. Third row: Deits, Meetre, Brown, Kremer, Westerman, manager. BASKETBALL First row: Head, Meetre, Part- low, Blake, Saylors. Second row: Shea, Younger, Carroll, Chew’. Third row: Mr. Bogen, coach; Carter, Mclntire, Seay. Page 30 Kathy Lee, Shirlcv Shelton, captain; Jane Longanecker, co-captain; Kaye Irwin, Pat Wells, Carole Tower, Gloria McGillis, Carol Schoolar. Page 3 1 J. V. CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Sandra Monti, Sally Eddy, Joan Dean, Merle Deits, Delores Nalls. Eighth Grade Cheerleaders - Majorettes Back row: Jean Redfield, Ann Peckinpaugh, Barbara Barbara Cloud, Sheila Schnack, Joan Boland. Carev, Patsy Howard. Front row: Donna Wliitelv, Beverlv Breedlove, Joan Nalls. Page 32 GIRLS ' VARSITY HOCKEY Lassen, manager; Small, Ilockman, co-captain; Green, manager. North Fox Duke 1 Iannold Nicholson Larcombe Longanecker Pugh Field lames Carroll, captain Miss Morrison, coach, not pictured. Northern Section Virginia Allied B Hockey Tournament at Falls Church. Page } } GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL Front row: Christopher, Carroll, Hockman, captain; Fortier, co-captain; Vi rden, Gunderson. Back row: Hill, manager; Corner, Small, Longanecker, Cloud, Barnes, Field, Miss Nancy Birch, coach. Longanecker takes a shot. A veteran Jaguarette squad came through the 1951-52 basketball season possessors of a 9-0 record. Since this year’s team has the honor of being the first undefeated one in Falls Church High history, the girls and their coach are to be congratulated. The Jaguarettes managed to maintain a 47 point average per game throughout the season. Their highest scoring contests were with Leesburg and George Washington, 60 points in each game. Probably the best played game of the season came against Fairfax as the girls finally downed their traditional rivals. Coach Birch to the showers! Page 34 GIRLS’ SOFTBALL First row: Betsy Sullivan, Kay Yirden, Gwen Hockman, Mary Lou Carroll, Shirley Fortier, Mary Lu Field, Mamie Small. Second row: Mrs. Bernice Lilly, Diane Allman, Shirley Shelton, Jane Longanecker, Ruth Haines, Electa Larcombe. With seven members of last year ' s successful squad remaining, the Varsity Jaguarettes are look¬ ing forward to another winning season. Returning to a place on the team are Ruth Haines, Shirley Shelton (captain), Mary Lu Field, Jane Longanecker (co-captain), Electa Larcombe, Gwen Ilock- man, and Mary Lou Carroll. Another veteran from the 1950 season is Betsy Sullivan. Newcomers who are doing a fine job in their first season of varsity softball are Kay Virden, Shirley Fortier, Margie Small, and Diane Allman. Coached by Mrs. Bernice Lilly, the team has played three games up to this writing and have earned victories over Osbourn and George Mason. Downed by Fairfax in their third contest, the girls are looking forward to meeting them again later in the season. New uniforms for the team were provided this year through the efforts of the girls’ gym classes. April 8—Osbourn at Man; April 18 —George Mason at April 21 —Fairfax at Fairfax. idecl thi. 1 year chec iu . 3:30 May . 3:15 May .2:00 May 3:15 Mav 1—Mount Vernon at Alexandria. 3:15 5—George Mason at Madison. 3:15 14—Mount Vernon at Falls Church 3:15 !2—Fairfax at Falls Church 3:00 Page 3 5 GIRLS’ J. V. SPORTS SOFTBALL First row: Bloxton, McLane, Pugh, Coffey, Christopher, Hurst, Cox. Second row : Krummes, 11 ill, Sanderson, Hen¬ derson, Hill, Nevin. Third row: Miss Carolyn Morrison, coach, Easterwood, Carv, Cook. RMS ’ " ■Lm af i .. r Wk 7 i ' HOCKEY —Front row: V. Johnson, Christopher, Barnes, Fortier, captain; E. Johnson, co-captain; M. Johnson, J. Johnson, Coffey. Back row: Wall, Bailey, Conlogue, Schottroffe, Page, Virden, Wade, Eliz. Johnson, Miss Nancy Birch, coach. BASKETBALL —Front row: Whittington, Esper, Sanderson, captain; Hill, co-captain; Allman, Sheffield. Back row: Eolev, manager; McGehee, Burgess, Dunkley, Krummes, Coleman, Cook, Palmer, Miss Nancy Birch, coach. Page 3 6 Page 37 _AU Jn Z L 2)ay ; Worl, Page 38 Jaguar Journal EDITORIAL Cliff Enright, Editor; David Kaplan, Feature; Eileen Johnson, Feature; Janice Smith, Managing Editor; Freddie Sciiauss, News; Deo IIardman, Sports. BUSINESS Pat Bailey, Business; Pat Wells, Circulation; Ann Koiilmeier, Adver¬ tising; Shirley Seabolt, Typist. GENERAL STAFF Mrs. Crum, Sponsor; Ted Payne, Nancy Lee Holmes, Belmar Gund¬ erson, Kathy Lee, Grace Henry, Sharon Doran, Harr a ' Eriedlander, B e tty Jenkins, John Maticic. Page 39 JAGUAR EDITORIAL Ann Rutherford, Editor; Mrs. Nelle Miles, Sponsor; Phyllis Earlene Intolubbe, Associate Editor. Iorton, Associate Editor; BUSINESS Sheila Schnack, Circulation; Jock Beebe, Promotion; (ack Roylance, Associate Business Manager; Karin Younger, Circulation; George Pitre, Business Manager, not pictured. STAFF Layout Staff Literary Staff and Typists Sports Editors and Photographers Junior Staff Art and Feature Editors General Staff Page 4 1 s. emor “TIIE BISHOP’S MANTLE” The Bishop’s Mantle is a play about an Episcopal rector, Hilary Laurens, in the very fashionable parish of St. Matthews. He has difficulties from the beginning. He tries to alleviate the sufferings of the tenement people and incurs the wrath of Mr. Alvorcl, his senior vestryman, who owns the tenements. Ilcttie Breckenridge, one of St. Matthews largest contributors, disapproves of lid’s love for Lex McColly. Hastings, the sexton, and Miss Mowbray, Hit ' s secretary, contribute moral and physical support to lid’s campaign for social equality in his parish. Aunt Samantha, J. V. Dunn, Maudie Dunn, Dick Laurens, Mrs. Reed and Mary McConrb all do their part in helping Ildarv become a success. CA ST ' Hilary Laurens. Dave Griffin Lex McColly. Shirley Shelton Ilcttie Breckenridge.... Diane Eckel Aunt Samantha. . Marilee Strautman Dick Laurens. Bill Brose J. V. Dunn. Lee Phillips Maudie Dunn. Electa Larcombe Mrs. Reed. Shirley Stearns Hastings. Bobby Shumate Mr. Alvord. Harry Tower Miss Mowbray.Lois Jolin Mary McComb. Beverly Zierdt Director. Mrs. Harriet Hurt Student Director Ann Rutherford “Lex, darling ...” “I’m going to leave and nothing yon can say will make me change my mind!” Page 42 wmor y “CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN” CAST Mr. Gilbreth. . .Fred Boes Mrs. Gilbreth. .Siiirley Case Earnestine . . . Diana Godfrey Frank . .Tom Finley Jackie. .Bobby Jones Dan. .Bob Auringer Bill .Dennis Hobbs Fred . Jimmy Walker Anne. . Gloria McGillis Lillian Nancy Gottiiardt Martha. .IIei.yn King Mrs. Fitzgerald . . . Charlotte Barnes Dr. Burton .Bill Scott Joe Scales. .Barry Hall Miss Brill. .Sara Df.Groot Larry (someone special) . . Tom Penn DIRECTORS Mrs. Harriet S. Hurt Virginia Grille, Student Director After four weeks of concentrated effort the Junior plav, “Cheaper by the Dozen,” was given to a large audience on November 16 and 17 at the Madison School auditorium. The plot was based upon the lives of an actual family during the early 1920’s. It was the story of the Gilbreth family, consisting of twelve plus two in their trials and tribula¬ tions in belonging to a family, whose object in life was to accomplish everything in its power. Fred Boes gave a remarkable portrayal of the verv precise father, Mr. Gilbreth. However, it wouldn t have been a success without the incomparable direction of Mrs. Harriet Hurt. It was a lot of hard work but the cast will never forget the wonderful time they had giving the play, even though the path was full of stones. Page 43 asg j mBj - rr m ■MM |K ,lfeggijp Sw 1 v , ' I,- pq K- , o in qj ’5b , o o r co cC QJ QJ QJ bjD qj o ' o cd o r O ■“O o 52 C 5 CO O bJD PC O n o tt, o o CD CO C 5 o o C 2 C 5 o l— u CD O CD r J n D CO D n c } CD v-» w PC CD bf) o o o CD O c 0 5 CD CO CO Page 44 GLEE CLUBS GIRLS’ CHORUS Back row: Bonnie Lee Braden, Ruby Prosisc, Mary Lee Bailey, Mary Morningstar, Beth Beard, Miss Marjorie Green, Director. Front row: Sylvia Lewin, Phyllis Horton, Diane Eckel, Shirley Seabolt, Grace Henry, Janet Beall. MIXED CHORUS First row: Pat Dittman, Lynn Mandelbaum, Barbara Taylor, Eula Cordell, Marie Cherry, Mildred Stipes, Arlene Krieser, Mary Fredman. Second row: Haruko Ishiyama, Donna Wood, Shirley Cox, Maxine Magarity, Alice King, Miss Marjorie Green, Director; Mary Lou Hunt, Jean Phipard, Betty Lou Alexander, Janet Brandt, Shirley Shughrue. Third row: Marion Hinkle, Beverly Wilcox, Chuck Longacre, Lee Phillips, Palmer Rutherford, Carol Milburn, Bob Brown, George Redlieh, Charlotte Barnes, Mary Alice Wood. Page 4 rama V “SALLY AND THE VILLAIN” Back row: Betty Towsey, Mrs. Harriet Hurt, director; Jimmy Zirklc. Front row: Electa Lar- combe, student director; Louis Merryman, Millie Brittain, Jerry Hazelgrove. “SHOCK OF HIS LIFE” Left to right: Bill Brose, Joy Rein, Bill Little, Nym Sewall, student director; Harry Tower, Jane Longanecker. “COMIN’ ROUND THE MOUNTAIN” Back row: Thomas Taylor, Hes¬ ter Fague, James Walker, Diane Christopher, Faye Las¬ sen, student director. Front row: Shirley Stearns, Barry Hall, Jean Waters. Page 46 PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION President .Mr. Eugene D. Carstater Vice-President .Mrs. IIarry C. Cooper Executive Board — Mr. James V. Virden Mrs. Frances Crum Mrs. James P. Fletcher Mrs. Kent Godfrey Miss Marjorie Green Mr. Earl Intollube Mrs. Clarence Secretary .Mrs. Francis G. Fee Treasurer Dr. L. M. Lucas Mrs. John Moutoux Mr. James B. Provan Gen. William S. Rumbough Mrs. George B. Templeman Mr. Leland A. Yliet Mr. Fred E. Wilson M. Yeatman This school year marks the first year that the High School P.-T.A. has been organizationally separate from the Falls Church Parent-Teacher Association. The meetings, held regularly on the thi rd Monday each month, are planned to acquaint parents with the programs, activities, problems, and needs of the school, and to provide an opportunity for parents and teachers to meet informally in discussion of ways by which school and home can work together in providing more opportunities for growth, guidance, and education of all the students. The Association sponsored the High School Variety Show in which both students and professional performers participated. Funds from this and other activities are used to give support to school activities recommended by the faculty and ap¬ proved by the association. Page 47 JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE First row: Linda Lacey, Gloria McGillis, Georgia Deits, Anne Leone, Helen Merritt, Pat Henderson, Ann McWilliams. Second row: Karen Kruegar, Ann Johnson, Sandra Berkley, Pat North. Third row: Jean Waters, Juanda Morrison, Jean Rundquist, Barbara Cloud, Faye Lassen, Joan Boland, Pat McAfee. Fourth row. Harry ' l ower, president; IDave Frye, Mrs. Snodgrass, sponsor; Carole Tower, secretary-; Kaye Irwin, Sheila Schnack, treasurer; Freddie Schauss, Gail Lunde, Lois John, Mary Jo Leake, Gail Ballard. Fifth row: Jock Beebe, sergeant-at-arms; Jimmy Morrison, Dyson Miller, Dicky Alley, Phil Kautt, Ann Kohlmeier, Ann Rutherford, Janice Smith, Margie Schauer, Slnrley Fortier, Electa Larcombe, Pat Wells. Members of the Junior Civic League strive to foster interest in civic affairs and sponsor projects for community activity. Page 48 JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE First row. Maxine Callahan, censor; John Cooper, co-consul; Francis Palme, consul; Dick Miller, scribe; Mrs. Anne Rullman, sponsor. Second row: Barbara inslow, Johnson Ilagood, Becky McWilliams, Rashid Abdu, Rosalyn Davenport. I bird row: Faye Lassen, Kay Virden, Alice King, Janet Gray, Mary Lee Coffey, Marlene Marden, Tom Pace. Fourth row: Beverly Coker, Estelle Renner, Rosa Partlow, Sylvia Lewin, Nym Sewall, Ricky Faust, Bob John, Lee Rainey, Peggy Iluntley, Roy Minnick. Fifth row: JoAnn Mcllvaine, Rosa Lee Johnston, Kathy Lush, Ursula Draper, Marian East, Margot Williams, Lynn Lott, Matilda Phillips, Harriet King, Dorsee Hill, Jimmy Morrison, Sharon Irwin, Patsy Keyes, Sue Austin, Dolly Sheffield, Susan Waters. Sixth row: Juanda Morrison, Peggy Wells, Lynn Richardson, Beverly Barwick, Barbara Green, Ann Krummes, Nancy Carrigan, Gene Thompson, George Brainerd, Dick Braunlich, Roberta Arnold. Seventh row: Palmer Rutherford, Phyllis Brown, Barbara Cowens, Doris Hawes, Harry Friedlandcr, Elizabeth I light, Shirley Kirby, Anne Chapman, Ann Cavil, Sandra Villella, Abigail Booth. Eighth row: Nancy Newton, Jane Palmer, Arlene Robinson, Rosemary Hartman, Edith Talmanis, Pat McAfee, Jimmy Conine, Jim Richie, Barbara McHenry, Mildred Stipes, Arlene Krieser. Not pictured: Miss Magarita Maldonado, sponsor. The Junior Classical League is a non-profit organization to extend the torch of classical civilization throughout the modern world. They hold meetings to learn more about the classical languages. This organization is open to everyone who takes Latin. An annual event of the Junior Classical League is the Latin Banquet in the true Roman style. Page 49 VARSITY CLUB First row: Electa Larcombe, Barry Hall, Shirley Fortier, Dave Frye, John Hargett, Kathy Lee, Jerry Hazelgrove, Belmar Gunderson. Second row: Ted Payne, Bob Auringer, Betty Towsey, Bernice Iluntley, Shirley Shelton, Mary Lou Carroll, Jane Longanecker, Ruth Haines. Third row: Tom Penn, Lee Houtz, Deo Hardman, Dyson Miller, Hank Taylor, Mike Giambattista, Dicky Alley, John Mather. Fourth row: Jimmy Zirkle, Jack Plasterer, Johnny Fahey, Phil Kautt, Everett Covington, DuWayne James, Dick Little, Bill Guiffre. Varsity Club is an organization for students who have earned letters playing varsity sports. It strives to promote interest in athletics, sportsmanship, helps raise money for athletic equipment, and presents awards to athletes meriting them. The club sponsors the Faculty-Varsity Basketball Game. Page S 0 GLEE CLUB hirst row: Lynn Mandelbaum, Maxine Magarity, Charlotte Corner, Palmer Rutherford, sergeant-at-arms; Joan Cush¬ man, vice-president; Ann Rutherford, president; Shirley Cox, secretary; Dave Carstater, treasurer; Betty Watt, Andrea Allison, Tana Bethune. Second row: Jackie Brandt, Pat Dittman, Miss Marjorie Green, sponsor; Mary Alice Wood, Betty Ann Cox. Third row: Sylvia Lewin, Earlene Intolubbe, Delores Walsh, Becky McWilliams, Thelma Gellman, Janet Hill, Beverly Wilcox, Nancy Buhler, Sandra Mendenhall, Mary Lou ' Hunt, Phyllis Horton, Tina Baensch, Anne Lucas, Marie Cherry, Judy Schierlman, Yvonne Cody. Fourth row: Marilee Strautman, Joy Rein, Judy Kaplan, Lee Chaney, Hugh MacMahon, Lee Phillips, Chuck Freed, David Houser, Dale Intolubbe, Chuck Longacre, Hester Fague, Carol Schoolar. The purpose of the Glee Club is to enjoy music. It is set up for those who are unable to have a music class or for those who wish extra music. The members should be able to read music and must have the will to learn. Extra training for the voice is a secondary aim. Page 51 SUB-DEB CLUB S: Lynda Lacey, Marian East, Mrs. Harriet Hurt, sponsor; Arlyne Martin, Lynn Richards, Ann Price, Diana Reiff, Betty Jo Brown, Marlene Marden, Peggy Huntley, president; Betty Jenkins, treasurer; Barbara Green, Nancy Carrigan, secretary ' . D: Nancy Cloud, Carolyn Norris, Miss Margarita Maldonado, sponsor; Ann Price, Pricey Parham, Joan Schubert, JoAnn Mcllvaine, Janet Gray, Edie Schmick, Beverlv Zierdt, vice-president; Mary Lee Coffey, reporter; Jean Phipard, Kay Virden, Beverly Coker, I etty Page. The Sub-Deb Club is a national organization with chapters in most of the high schools throughout the country. ' The Sub Debs are featured in Ladies’ Home Journal. Membership is limited to girls in the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes. Page 52 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA First row: Joan Hurst, Mary Alderman, Pat Rosenberger, Elizabeth Taylor, Katherine Madden, Elise McGeHee. Second row: Joann DeGroot, Sara DcGroot, secretary; Shirley Case, president; Virginia Grille, reporter; Nancy Alt- father, vice-president; Arlene Robinson. Third row: Mrs. Anita Crowson, co-sponsor; Janet Case, Jane Palmer, Yvonne Molle, Ann Chapman, Vec Vec Johnson, Bonnie Estes, Ellen Baker, Mildred Steadman, Miss Margaret Spitzcr, sponsor. Not pictured: Geneva Fox, treasurer. The F.H.A. had a most interesting and profitable year. During National F.II.A. Week, Assistant Principal Barrett was made an honorary member. The Club par¬ ticipated in United Nations Day by making a flag, purchasing UNESCO Stamps, and having a guest speaker from a foreign country for one meeting. Before Christ¬ mas the Club collected, repaired, and gave toys to the Doll House in Falls Church. Financing the club this year was done through the selling of hot dogs, banners, and wallets. To climax the year the Mother-Daughter Banquet was held in April. The purposes of the F.II.A. are: to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking, to emphasize the importance of worthy home membership, to encourage democracy in home and community life, to work for good home and family life for all, to promote international good will, to foster the development of creative leadership in home and community, to provide wholesome individual and group recreation, and to further interest in home economics. Page 5 3 DRAMATICS CLUB The Dramatics Club is a club for persons who are self-conscious and have difficulty speaking in public. Each meeting finds plays, skits, and readings on the Dramatics Club bill. First row: Margie Stoy, Martha Pace, Michelle Mooney, Martha Byerly, Frances Templeman, Barbara Bowman. Second row: Beverly Miller, Marilyn Oliver, Barbara Carey, sergeant-at-arms. Third row: Barbara Martin, treasurer; Charleen Alexander, Miss Minnie Banks, sponsor; Albert Kohlmeier, Ruth Sparshot, Nellie Brown, president; Ann McKibben, secretary; Evelyn Groves, vice-president. FORENSIC CLUB Back row: Dick Crosby, Beverly Barwick, secretary; Diane Eckel, president; Matilda Phillips, Lynn Lott, Barbara Sanders. Front row: Dave Griffin, Kaye Irw ' in, Mrs. Geraldine Lenvin, sponsor; Louis Merryman. Not pictured: Betty Jean Nicholson, treasurer. The Forensic Club annually sponsors the “1 Speak for Democracy Contest,” Virginia Stat e Forensics and other speech contests. 1 he object of the Club is to promote extra-curricular speech arts throughout the school. Page 54 SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club is affiliated with the Science Clubs of America. It has five aims: To study facts, principles, and clauses to spread the knowledge of science; to respect the right of others to express their opinions on scientific matter; to apply scientific principles in verifying or refuting findings which seem questionable; to apply scientific methods, reasoning and logic to the conduct of personal affairs; and to uphold these ideas of tradition of true science. This year the club is learning about Civil Defense and how to administer first aid in case of an atomic attack. Left table: Joann DeMisa, secretary; Harry Friedlander, Roy Minnick, Miss Nelle Shughrou, sponsor; Dave Kaplan, Tommy Virden, president; Janet Cunningham, Lois Woods, Doris Hawes, Barbara McHenry. Right table: Gene Thompson, Rashid Abdu, Mrs. Mable Chapman, sponsor; Fred Boes, Diana Godfrey, Haruko Ishiyama, Larry Nielsen, Sam Burkhardt, Ronald Herring, treasurer; Sid Lineker. Not pictured: Pat Foster, vice-president; Mr. Bruce Camobell, sponsor. ART CLUB Left to right: Chris Baensch, Jack Enen, Mrs. Franees Crum, sponsor; Diana Denham, Abigail Booth, president; Katherine DeGroot, Dolly Sheffield, Sharon Stevens, Joyce Beecroft, Sylvia Saunders, Betsy Lucas. Not pictured: Susan Marshall, secretary; Evangeline Stearn, treasurer. 1 he objectives of the Art Club are to increase interest in art among the students of Falls Church High, and to give an opportunity for expressing creative talent. The Club’s activities include making school and community post¬ ers, sketching during meetings, and sponsoring National and school-wide art contests and exhibits. Page 5 5 TABLE TENNIS CLUB The purpose of the Table Tennis Club is to learn the fundamentals of the game of table tennis. The club enjoys perfecting their skills in the game by plaving during the club period. PEP CLUB First row: Emily Strauss, Vicki Loffland, Elinor Omasta. Second row: Sue Imhoff, Barbara Keesee, Kay Nations, Sharon Irwin. I bird row: Ann Peckinpaugh, Barbara Livingston, Pat Keyes. Wall: Sharon Standley, vice-president; Mrs. W. C. Springston, sponsor; Sue Newman, treasurer; Sissy McGillis, sec¬ retary; Sandra Villella, president. The Pep Club has as its primary purpose the promotion of school spirit. One of its activities is selling pictures of the school. Page 56 LIBRARY CLUB I he Library Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Jackson, was begun to interest students in the “Classics” I here is study and discussion of great books each meeting. The aims of the club arc to try to improve the selection ot books, to encourage better reading, and to improve the school library Mrs. Jackson, sponsor; Janet DiMisa, Rosalyn Davenport, president; Karen First row: Second row: Norma Luttrell, Peggy Rusk, Ann Price, Ann Tilley, Jeanette Oliver, Claudia Kay Lebsock, Marilyn Ilume, Betty Jo Pugh, Patsy Fortney. third row: Ann Clark, Carl Bennett, Johnson Ilagood, Bob John, Chris Baensch, Standley Mary Lou Thompson, Carden Houghton. ucker, treasurer; Hilda I lame. Fruit, Anne Lcarnard, Libby, Harry Tower, MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB r hirst row: Philip Roadie, Charles Filley, Alan Crosby, Charles Wilson, Bobby Slireve. Second row. Dean Herman, Don Prosise, Claude Smith, Joe Staudinger, Jim Gunn, Hugh Hunton. Third row: Di ck Gillespie, Ken Jones, Paul Fox, Mr. Bogen, sponsor; Dan Chapman, Joe Hardesty. The Model-Airplane Club spends its club period flying the members’ planes during fair weather. When they are unable to fly planes they exhibit their models and exchange ideas on methods of construction. Page 57 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photography Club is designed to instruct students on the finer points of photography, from taking the picture to the final mounting of the print. Field trips are outlined to take pictures of the photogenic parts of Washington and vicinity. Back row: David Rapoport, Wayne Kirby, Jimmy Conine, Tommy Massingale, Jack Lynn. Front row: Helen German, secretary-treasurer; Tom Gray, vice-president; Peter Kerr, president; Mr. Harvey Cooper and Mr. William Springston, sponsors. BIBLE CLUB Left to right: Roberta Wall, Nancy Brown, Mrs. Janet Gray, sponsor; Gordon Brown, vice-president; Peggy Ann Swartz, president; Faith Libby, treasurer; Joe Killian, Buddy Hawkins, Tom Oakley. Not pictured: Jean Fraser, secretary. The purpose of the Bible Club is to study the Bible and teach religious tolerance. Bible quizzes are held, and gospel chorus is sung. The meeting is opened and closed with a prayer. Page 58 PATROLS l ' irst row : Mike Cohn, Roberta Oliver, Sonya Schaefer, Peggy Rusk, William Breeden, Kenneth Rose, Neil Ferris Lee Phillips, Bobby Shumate. Second row: illiam Marr, Eugene Willingham, Wilson Harris, Barbara Green, Lorene Corker. Third row: Donald Blincoe, Bud Fisher, Dave Carstater, Chuck Freed. MONOGRAM CLUB l ' irst row: Shirley Fortier, Kay Virden, treasurer; Jane Longaneekcr, Gwen Hockman, president; Mary Lu Field, Betty Jean Nicholson, reporter: Beverly Hollister, Bernice Huntley, Mary Lou Carroll, vice-president. Second row: Ruth Ann Haines, Kaye Irwin, Kathy Lee, Grace Henry, Belmar Gunderson, sergeant-at-arms; Betty Jo Pugh. I bird row: Charlotte Corner, Marjorie Small, Betty Towsey, Shirley Shelton, Pat Wells, Pat North, Diane Christo¬ pher, Miss Nancy Birch, sponsor. Not pictured: Barbara Cloud, secretary. The Monogram Club is an organization for girls who have earned a letter for being on a varsity squad, cheer¬ leader, or manager of a team. The Club was organized to promote school spirit and girls’ sports. Page 59 J4. omecomm Back: Pat Wells, Carol Schoolar, Maid of Honor; Jane Longanecker, Homecoming Queen; Shirley Shelton, Ann Yeatman. Front: Joan Nalls, Delores Nalls, Carole Tower. Left to right: Kitty Sue Lee, Sweetheart; Mitzee Posey, Shirley Cannon, Donna Gleeson, Carol Schoolar, Maid of Honor; Pat Bradley, Prom Oueen; Mary Lee Nations, Mimi Lawrence, Patti Beggs, Sharlee Howze, Homecoming Queen. Page 60 Page 6 Phil Kautt. President Bill Brose. Vice-President Betty Towsey. Treasurer Allan Robinson Sergeant-at-Anns Secretary Page 62 Electa Larcombe SENIOR CLASS Rashid Ali Abdu Frances Marie Aebaugii Betty Lou Alexander Robert George Allen David Lee Arnold Christian Emanuel Baensch Patricia Gray Bailey Gail Ann Ballard Betty Barrett Janet Lee Beall Page 6 3 SENIOR Hugh Grenville Beebe Sandra May Berkley Joan Besselman James Blackwell Virginia Lee Blankenship Bobby Ray Boggs Joan Frances Boland Robert Lee Brown William Robert Brose Nancy Ann Buhler Page 64 CLASS Nan Kathleen Callan Mary Lou Carroll David Helwig Carstater Diane Neda Christopher Barbara Ann Cloud Franklin Delano Cook Ray Nelson Cooley Charlotte Louise Corner Lorene Gwendolyn Corker Richard C. Crosby Page 6 5 SENIOR Joan Ross Cushman Lucille Mae Dailey Katherine Louise DeGroot Norma Wren Depew Mary Constance Dunn Charlotte Diane Eckel June Marie Eller Clifford Alan Enright Charles Robert Eskew Hester Fague Page 66 CLASS Thomas Fahey Neal Ward Ferris Louis Fisher Richard Fletcher Shirley Ann Fortier Patricia May Foster Charles Howard Freed Ann Galt Carrie Esther Geier Thelma Gellman Page 67 SENIOR Michele Donato Giambattista Jon Grant Joseph Richard Greenwood David Hamlin Griffin Marjorie Ethel Gorham Patricia Ellen Gordon Charles William Gotthardt William Andrew Guiffre Belmar Shepley Gunderson Ruth Ann Haines Page 68 CLASS Madison IIall June Beverly Hanson Deo Talich Hardman Shirley Ann IIarreli Jerry Kent IIazelgrove Ronald Nelson Herring Grace Addie Henry Robert P. IIimmelsbach Gwendolyn Fox IIockman Nancy Lee Holmes Page 69 wsm 11 SENIOR Phyllis Olga Horton Georgia Jeanette Houtz Kathryn Hunter Bernice Coy Huntley Gayle Earlene Intolubbe Eleanor Kaye Irwin IIaruko Ishiyama Elizabeth Ann Jenkins Lois Lee Jolin David Pierce Johnson Page 70 CLASS Eileen Johnson Gladys Beatrice Jones David Kaplan Phillip Curtis Kautt Ann Elizabeth Kohlmeier Frances Jean Kremer James Richard Lacy Russell Lee Lacy Electa Bacon Larcombe Faye Deene Lassen Page 71 SENIOR Mary Jane Leacii Mary Jo Leake Kathleen Ludwell Lee Eleanor Irene Lehman William Harvey Linton Robert Livingston John Lockwood Muriel Sandra Loew Jane Page Longanecker Lilly Pearl Lukens Page 72 CLASS Patricia Eileen Lusii Nelson Bates Lyle Hugh Ronald MacMaiion Molly Marcoux Herbert William McCeney Barbara McConalogue Peter Kernan McCrary Ronald James McCurdy Joanne McIlwee Maxine Mable Magarity Page 73 SENIOR Jean Louise Meighan Alexandra Raye Mendenhall Helen Phyllis Merritt Armand Arthur Michaud William E l LEN Bernard Moore Elizabeth Morrissey Donald Moulds Mary Madeline Myers Alan Neiger Margaret Hughes Nevin Page 74 CLASS Betty Jean Nicholson Lawrence Arthur Nielsen Earl Nuckols Clifford Oliver Rosa Lee O’Neal Shirley Ellen Owens Francis Joseph Palme Walter Lee Phillips Jack Plasterer George Luke Pitre Page 75 SENIOR Wayne Edward Richey Marlene Rives Allan Kay Robinson Charles Rexford Robey Evelyn Anne Root Kenneth Hugh Rose John Franklin Rowe John Gunter Roylance Ann Lenore Rutherford William Bernard Salsgiver Page 76 CLASS Robert Hal Sandwich Mary Margaret Sciiauer Frederica Schauss Sheila Mary Schnack Carol Rea Schoolar Shirley Ann Seabolt Shirley Ann Shelton Walter Beale Shirkey James Southern Shreve Robert Alton Shumate Page 77 SENIOR Marjorie Dana Small Robert Franklin Smallwood Janice Winifred Smith Norma Jean Smith Peggy Ann Smith Arlene Spangler Norma Rae Staples Jane Evangeline Stearn Shirley Jeanette Stearns Betty Ann Stenhouse Page 78 CLASS Marilee Strautmann Merry Carolyn Strode Margaret Ann Swartz Barbara Lee Taylor Thomas R. Taylor Paul Taynton Reve Darling Terry Doris Juanita Thomas Marilyn Jean Thomas Marry Power Page 79 SENIOR Betty Ann Towsey Edwin Byron Tucker Robert Van Pelt Wilma May Vernon Thomas Virden Delores Helen Walsh Elizabeth Morrison Watt Robert Lyle Webster Patricia Ann Wells Barbara Virginia Wilcox Page 80 CLASS Beverly Patricia Wilcox Charles Thomas Williams Wilson Wright Teresa Wise Mary Alice Wood Karin Elizabeth Younger Beverly Louise Zierdt James P. Zirkle Joseph Guiffre, Post Graduate NOT PICTURED John Austin Joe Clark Beverly Anne Hollister Agnes McAngus Page 81 SENIOR RASHID ALI ABDU— " Rashid” —Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 2, 3; Forensic Club 2; Homeroom Pres. 2, 3; Track 2; " I Speak for Democracy” Contest, Third place in State, 2; Intramural Athletics Pres. 2; Junior Class Pres. 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Boys State 3; National Association of Student Councils 3; South Carolina State S.C.A. Convention 4; Student Council Pres. 4; F.C.S.C.A. Pres. 4. FRANCES MARIE ALBAUGH— " Marie” —Handley High School, Winchester 1,2; Psychology Club 3; Forensics 4. BETTY LOU ALEXANDER— " Betty Lou” —Dance Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT GEORGE ALLEN — " Bob” — Baldwin High School 1, 2, 3; Key Club 4; Varsity Basketball 4. DAVID LEE ARNOLD — " Dave” — Chess and Checker Club 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Science Club 2; Varsity Base¬ ball 3; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 3; Printing Club 3. JOHN AUSTIN — " John” CHRISTIAN EMANUEL BAENSCH— " Chris” —Leland Jr. High 1; B.C.C. 2; Stamp Club 3; Art Club 4. PATRICIA GRAY BAILEY— " Bat” —Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Junior Civic League 1, 2, 4; Patrol 1, 2; Psy¬ chology Club 2, 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Quill and Scroll 4; J.V. Hockey 4; JAGUAR JOURNAL, Business Manager 4; Fifty-Tuer 4; Mixed Chorus 4. GAIL ANN BALLARD — " Gail” — Tacoma, Wash. 1; Pensacola, Fla. 2; One-act Play 3; Pep Club 3; Junior Civic League 4; Homeroom Treas. 4; Savings Committee 4; Senior Play Committee 4. BETTY BARRETT— " Betty” JANET LEE BEALL — " Jan” — Gordon Jr. High 1; JAGUAR JOURNAL 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Glee Club 4; JAGUAR Staff 4. HUGH GRENVILLE BEEBE— " Jock” —Phillips Academy 1, 2; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Civic League 3, 4; Sgt.-at-Arms 4; JAGUAR Staff 3, 4; Junior Editor 3; Madrigals 3; One-act Play 4; " Sham” Cast 4; Senior Play Committee 4. SANDRA MAY BERKLEY— " Sandy” —Calif, and Texas 1; South Carolina 2; Dramatics Club 3; Junior Civic League 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Spanish Fiesta 4. JAMES BLACKWELL— " jimmy” —Swanson Jr. High 1; W. L. 2; Providence, Ky. 3; Varsity Basketball 4. VIRGINIA LEE BLANKENSHIP — " Ginny” — Tokyo, Japan 1; W. L. 2; J.V. Basketball 2; F.H.A. 2; Psy¬ chology Club 3; Library As sistant 4. BOBBY RAY BOGGS— " Bobby” —J.V. Baseball 1, 2, 3; Drivers’ Club 2; Homeroom officer 1, 4. JOAN FRANCES BOLAND— " Joan” —Gordon Jr. High 1; Latin Classical League 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Homeroom Pres. 2; Majorette 3, 4; Junior Civic League 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; National Honor Society 4. WILLIAM ROBERT BROSE— " Bill” —Photography Club 1, 2; Psychology Club Pres. 3; Junior Play 3; Court of April Fool’s Dance 3; Track 3, 4; Key Club 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 3, 4; Senior Class Vice- Pres.; One-act Play 4; " Sham” Cast 4; Senior Play Com¬ mittee. ROBERT LEE BROWN— " Bob” —Band 1; Printing Club 2 . NANCY ANN BUHLER— " Nancy” —Bedford, Mass. 1; San Antonio, Tex. 2; Psychology Club 3; Glee Club 4. NAN KATHLEEN CALLAN— " Nancy” —Houston, Tex. 1, 2, 3. MARY LOU CARROLL— " Mary Lou” —Varsity Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 3; Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 2; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Classical League 1, 2; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Treas. 4; Junior Play Committee 3; JAGUAR JOURNAL Staff 3; JAGUAR Staff 4; Monogram Club Vice-Pres. 4; Babe Ruth Sports¬ manship Award 4. DAVID HELWIG CARSTATER — " Dave” — Track 1; Photography Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 3; Glee Club Treas. 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Hall Monitor 4. DIANE NEDA CHRISTOPHER— " Di” —Jr. Tri-Hi-Y Vice-Pres. 2; Dramatics Club 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; J. V. Softball 3; J.V. Hockey 4; National Honor So¬ ciety 4. JOE CLARK— " Joe” —George Washington High, Alexan¬ dria 1, 2, 3. BARBARA ANN CLOUD— " Barbara” —Gordon Jr. High 1; Varsity Basketball 2, 4; Pep Club Sec. 2, 3; Volleyball Capt. 2; Student Council 3; Majorette 3, 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Homeroom Sec. 4; Junior Civic League 4; Sweetheart Court 4; Monogram Club Sec. 4; Board of Control 3. FRANKLIN DELANO COOK— " Cookie” RAY NELSON COOLEY, JR.— " Ray” —Berlin, Germany 1; Science Club 2; Chess and Checker Club 4; String En¬ semble 4. LORENE GWENDOLYN CORKER — " Tinkle” — Glee Club 1; Dance Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4. CHARLOTTE LOUISE CORNER— " Corner” —Madeira 1; Psychology Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Glee Club 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Quill and Scroll 4. RICHARD C. CROSBY — " Dick” — St. Louis, Mo. 1, 2; Petersburg, Va. 3; Psychology Club 3; Forensic Club 4; Spanish Fiesta 4. JOAN ROSS CUSHMAN— " Joanie” —Dance Club 1, 2, 3; Latin Classical League 1, 2; Sec. 2; Glee Club Vice- Pres. 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; National Honor Society 4. Page 82 DIRECTORY LUCILLE MAE DAILEY— " Lucille” —Dance Club 1, 2, 3; Homeroom officer 3. KATHERINE LOUISE DE GROOT— " Lo? ”—Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4. MARY CONSTANCE DUNN — Mary ” — Science Club Sec. 1; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 2; Dance Club 3, 4. CHARLOTTE DIANE ECKEL — " Diane” — Lexington, Va. 1, 2, 3; Student Council Senator 4; Forensic Club Pres. 4; Homeroom Sec. 4; " I Speak for Democracy” Contest 4; American Legion Oratorial Contest 4; " Sham” Cast 4; Girls’ Chorus 4; Forensic Team 4. JUNE MARIE ELLER— " Little Bit”— Chess and Checker Club 1; Folk Dance Club 2; Dance Club 3. CLIFFORD ALAN ENRIGHT — " Sweet Pea” — Kramer Jr. High 1; Art Club 2; J.V. Football 2, 3; JAGUAR JOURNAL Staff 3, 4; Advertising Manager 3; Editor 4. CHARLES ROBERT ESKEW— " Skip” —Bladenburg, Md. 1; Hi-Y 2; Student Council 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; JAGUAR Staff 4. HESTER FAGUE— " Hester” —Library Club 1; Science Club 2; Mixed Chorus 4; Bible Club 4; One-act Play 4. NEAL WARD FERRIS— " Neal” —Beaumont, Tex. 1, 2, 3; Homeroom Pres. 4; Hall Monitor 4; String Ensemble 4; Honor Society 4. LOUIS FISHER — " Bud” — Art Typing Club 1, 2; JAGUAR Staff 3, 4. RICHARD FLETCHER— " Richard” —Chess and Checker Club 1, 2; Dance Club 3. SHIRLEY ANN FORTIER— " Shirley”—Lockwood, R. I. 1, 2; Junior Play Committee 3; Homeroom officer 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; J.V. Hockey Capt. 4; Sweet¬ heart Court 4; Varsity Club Treas. 4; Student Council 4. PATRICIA MAY FOSTER — " Pat” — Junior Honor So¬ ciety 1, 2; Vice-Pres. 2; Folk Dance Club 2; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; J.V. Hockey 2, 3; National Honor So¬ ciety 3, 4; Sec. 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Literary Editor 4; Science Club Vice-Pres. 4; Quill and Scroll 4. CHARLES HOWARD FREED— " Chuck” —Band 1, 2; Camera Club 1,2; Psychology Club Vice-Pres. 3; Home¬ room Vice-Pres. 3; Madrigals 3; Glee Club 4; Student Council 4; Homeroom Pres. 4; National Honor Society 4, Hall Monitor 4. ANN GALT— " Ann” —Dance Club 1, 2; Patrol 2; Glee Club 2; Psychology Club 3. CARRIE ESTHER GEIER— " Carrie” —Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 2; Treas. 3; Intramurals 2. THELMA GELLMAN— " Thelma” —Philadelphia, Pa. 1, 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Glee Club 4. MICHELE DONATO GIAMBATTISTA— " Mike” —Stu¬ dent Council 1, 2; J.V. Baseball 1, 2; Sophomore Class Pres. 2; Varsity Football 2, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Bur¬ lingame, Calif. 3; Varsity Club 4; Key Club 4. PATRICIA ELLEN GORDON— " Patsy” —Dance Club 1, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2; Homeroom Pres. 2; Student Council 4. MARJORIE ETHEL GORHAM— " Margie” —F.H.A. 1; Dance Club 2, 3; Homeroom officer 4. CHARLES WILLIAM GOTTHARDT — " Bill” — Model Airplane Club 1,2, 3; Tennis Club 4. JON GRANT— " Jon” —Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pho¬ tography Club 1; Varsity Club 4. JOSEPH RICHARD GREENWOOD— " Dick” —Western High 1, 2. DAVID HAMLIN GRIFFIN — " Dave” — Latin Classical League 1; Chess and Checker Club 2; Forensic Club 3, 4; Pres. 3; Vice-Pres. 4; Forensic Meet 3, 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; National Honor Society 4; Debate Team 4. WILLIAM ANDREW GUIFFRE — " Bill” — St. Charles, Baltimore, Md. 1, 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Bas¬ ketball Manager 4; National Honor Society 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Quill and Scroll 4. BELMAR SHEPLEY GUNDERSON— " Shorty” —Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 1; Northern Virginia Hockey Team 3, 4; Virginia State Hockey Team 4; Varsity Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Home¬ room Sgt.-at-Arms 3; JAGUAR JOURNAL 4. RUTH ANN HAINES— " Ruth” —Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2; Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sweetheart Court 1, 2; Student Council 1; Sophomore Class Treas. 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; JAGUAR Staff 3; Homeroom Treas. 4. MADISON HALL — " Matty” — Coronado, Calif. 1, 2; Newport, Rhode Island 3. JUNE BEVERLY HANSON— " June” —Spanish Fiesta 1; Folk Dance Club 1; Dance Club 2. DEO TALICH HARDMAN— " Deo” —Oceanside High 1, 2; W. L. 2; J.V. Football 3; Hi-Y 3; Varsity Baseball 3; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Club 4; JAGUAR JOUR¬ NAL 4; Fifty-Tuer 4. SHIRLEY ANN HARRELL — " Rebel” — Adak High 1; Norview High 2; Sub-Deb Club 3; Glee Club 4. JERRY KENT HAZELGROVE— " Jerry” —Student Coun¬ cil 1; J.V. Baseball 1,2; Homeroom Treas. 1; J. V. Foot¬ ball 2; JAGUAR JOURNAL 2, 3; Chess and Checker Club 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Art Club 3; One-act Play 4; Varsity Club 4. GRACE ADDIE HENRY— " Bunt” —Oceanside, Calif. 1; Varsity Basketball 2; Psychology Club 2, 3; Girls’ Chorus 4; JAGUAR JOURNAL 4. RONALD NELSON HERRING — " Ronnie” — Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 1; Sec. 2; Treas. 3, 4; Student Council 2; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 2; Junior Honor So¬ ciety 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; JAGUAR Staff 4. Page 83 SENIOR ROBERT P. HIMMELSBACH — " Bob” — Chess and Checker Club 1; Dance Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Pres. 3; J.V. Football 3; Homeroom Officer 4. GWENDOLYN FOX HOCKMAN — " Given” — Langley Jr. High 1; Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; North¬ ern Virginia Hockey Team 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Varsity Softball 3; Varsity Club 2; Home¬ room Reporter 3; Bible Club 3; Homeroom Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Monogram Club Pres. 4. BEVERLY ANNE HOLLISTER — " Beverly” — Sub-Deb Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Hockey Manager 2; Warwick High 3, 4; Monogram Club 4. NANCY LEE HOLMES — " Nancy” — W. L. 1, 2, 3; JAGUAR JOURNAL 4; Sweetheart Court 4; Daisy May at Sadie Hawkins’ Dance 4. PHYLLIS OLGA HORTON — " Phil” — Glee Club 1, 4; Junior Civic League 1; Latin Classical League 1, 2, Sec. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Sec. 3; Junior Honor Society 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pres. 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Associate Editor 4; Student Coun¬ cil Hospitality Committee 4; Girls’ Chorus 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Delegate to State S.C.A. Convention 4. GEORGIA JEANETTE HOUTZ — " Georgia” — Foreign Correspondence Club 1; FHA 2; Dance Club 3. BERNICE COY HUNTLEY— " Bernice” —Dance Club 1; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Treas. 3; Homeroom Pres. 4; Monogram Club 4. GAYLE EARLENE INTOLUBBE— " Earlenc” —Wrangall, Alaska 1; Juneau, Alaska 2; Madrigals 3; Psychology Club 3; JAGUAR Staff 4; Associate Editor 4; Glee Club 4; National Honor Society 4; Quill and Scroll 4. ELEANOR KAYE IRWIN— " Kaye” —Student Council 1, 2, 3; Homeroom Pres. 1; Spanish Fiesta 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Pres. 2, 3; Junior Class Sec. 3; Homeroom Sec. 3; J.V. Hockey 3; Co-Editor Handbook 3; National Honor So¬ ciety 3, 4; Sweetheart Court 3; Prom Committee 3; Cheerleader 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Advertising Manager 4; Junior Civic League Corresponding Sec. 4; Qudl and Scroll 4; Girls’ State 3; Monogram Club 4; Junior Play Committee 3; One-act Play 2. HARUKO ISHIYAMA— " Haruko” —Art Club 1; Tri-Hi- Y 2, 3; Pres. 2; Girls’ State 3; Science Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4. ELIZABETH ANN JENKINS— " Betty” —Dance Club 1; Homeroom Sec. 2; Sub-Deb Club 2, 4; Varsity Hockey 2, 3; Varsity Club 3. DAVID PIERCE JOHNSON, JR.— " Dave” —Langley Jr. High 1; Chess and Checker Club 2, 3; J.V. Football 3. EILEEN JOHNSON — " Eileen” — Holmquist School 1; Howard Seminary 2, 3; JAGUAR JOURNAL 4; Fea¬ ture Editor 4; J.V. Hockey 4; Co-Capt. 4; Science Club 4; National Honor Society 4; Quill and Scroll 4. LOIS LEE JOLIN— " Lois” —Catonsville, Md. 1, 2; Dra¬ matics Club 3; Junior Civic League 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Senior Play Committee 4. GLADYS BEATRICE JONES— " Gladys” —Student Coun¬ cil 2, 3; Art Typing Club Sec. 2; Dance Club 3. DAVID KAPLAN— " Dave” —Paul Jr. High 1; Norfolk, Va. 2; Debating Team 3; Science Club 3, 4; JAGUAR JOURNAL 4; Feature Editor 4; Student Council Public Relations Committee 4; Handbook Committee 4; Quill and Scroll 4; National Honor Society 4. PHILIP CURTIS KAUTT— " Phil” —J.V. Basketball 1; Model Airplane Club 1; J.V. Football 2; Homeroom Sgt- at-Arms 2; Psychology Club 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Senior Class President 4; National Honor Society 4; Fifty-Tuer 4; Student Council 4. ANN ELIZABETH KOHLMEIER— " Ann” —Pep Club 2, 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Homeroom Pres. 3; Quill and Scroll 4; JAGUAR JOURNAL 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Junior Civic League 4. FRANCES JEAN KREMER — " Jeanie” — Tii-Hi-Y 2; Spanish Fiesta 2; Folk Dance Club Pres. 3; Junior Play Committee 3. JAMES LACY— " James” RUSSELL LEE LACY— " Tunky” ELECTA BACON LARCOMBE— " E cr T’—Latin Classi¬ cal League 1, 2; F.H.A. 1; Homeroom Sec. 1, 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Softball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, Calendar Committee 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Prom Committee 3; JAGUAR Staff 3, 4; Junior Literary Editor 3; Photog¬ raphy Editor 4; Senior Class Sec. 4; National Honor So¬ ciety 4; One-act Play 4; Junior Civic League 4; Northern Virginia Hockey Team 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Spanish Fiesta 4. FAYE DEENE LASSEN— " Faye” —Sewing Club 1; Span¬ ish Fiesta 1, 2; Teen Council 2; Psychology Club 2; Junior Play Committee 3; Pep Club 3; Latin Classical League 3, 4; JAGUAR Staff 3, 4; Varsity Hockey Man¬ ager 4; Junior Civic League 4. MARY JANE LEACH— " Mary Jane” —St. Patrick’s Acad¬ emy 2; Psychology Club 3; JAGUAR Staff 4; Spanish Fiesta 4. MARY JOSEPHINE LEAKE— " Mary Jo” —Quantico, Va. 1; G. W. 2; Psychology Club 3; Magazine Drive 4. KATHLEEN LUDWELL LEE — " Kathy” — Dramatics Club 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Treas. 3; Sec. 4; Sweetheart Court 4; JAGUAR JOURNAL 4. ELEANOR IRENE LEHMAN— " Eleanor” —Latin Classi¬ cal League 1,2; Entertainment Club 1; Art Typing Club 2; Varsity Softball 2; Intramurals 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Glee Club 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Chairman Spanish Fiesta 4. Page 84 DIRECTORY WILLIAM HARVEY LINTON— " Willie” —W. L. 1, 2, 3. ROBERT LIVINGSTON— " Bob ”—Track 1,2; J.V. Foot¬ ball 2, 3; Homeroom Pres. 2. JOHN LOCKWOOD— " Johnny” —Model Airplane Club 1; Chess and Checker Club 2; Dance Club 3. MURIEL SANDRA LOEW— ' ’ ' Muriel”— Swissvale High 1, 2; Gettysburg High 2, 3; Sub-Deb Club 3; Science Club 4. JANE PAGE LONGANECKER— " Jane ”—Student Coun¬ cil 1; Sweetheart Court 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Sec. 2; Varsity Club 2, 4; Varsity Hockey 2, 4; Northern Vir¬ ginia Hockey Team 4; JAQUAR JOURNAL 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Homecoming Queen 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; One-act Play 4; Prom Court 4; Monogram Club 4. LILLY PEARL LUKENS— rr S « ’—Spencer High 1,2; Montgomery Blair 3; Louisa County High 3. PATRICIA EILEEN LUSH— rf Pat ”—Dance Club 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 2. NELSON BATES LYLE— " Nelly ”—Florida 2; Psychology Club 3; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Baseball 3. AGNES McANGUS— " Agnes” —Eva, Ala. 1; Austin, Tex. 2, 3. HERBERT WILLIAM McCENEY— " Herb” PETER KERNAN McCRARY — " Pete” — Chess and Checker Club 1; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club Sgt.-at-Arms 3; Forensic Club 4. RONALD JAMES McCURDY— " Mac ”—C amera Club 1; Science Club 2. JOANNE McILWEE— " Joanne” —Library Assistant 2, 4; Library Club Vice-Pres. 4. HUGH RONALD MacMAHON- " Hugh ”—Band 1, 2, 3; Photography Club 1; Science Club 2; Hi-Y 3; JAGUAR Staff 4; Glee Club 4. MAXINE MABEL MAGARITY— " Mac ”—Library Club 1; Homeroom Officer 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Sec. 2; Dance Club 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Glee Club 4. MOLLY KAREN MARCOUX — " Molly” — Ticonderoga High 1, 2, 3. JEAN LOUISE MEIGHAN— " Jean ”—Stuart Jr. High 1; Eastern 2; Dramatics Club 3. ALEXANDRA RAYE MENDENHALL — " Sandy” — Dolly Madison Jr. High 1; W. L. 2, 3; JAGUAR Staff 4; Quill and Scroll 4. HELEN PHYLLIS MERRITT — " Helen” — Swanson Jr. High 1; W. L. 2; Homeroom Treas. 3; Pep Club 3; Homeroom Sec. 4; Junior Civic League 4; National Honor Society 4; Spanish Fiesta 4; Bond and Stamp Committee 4; JAGUAR Staff 4. ARMAND ARTHUR MICHAUD— " M c a”—J.V. Base¬ ball 1; Dance Club 1, 2; Homeroom Pres. 2; Hi-Y 3; JAGUAR JOURNAL 4. WILLIAM BERNARD MOORE— ' ' Bill”— Band 1,2; Pho¬ tography Club 1, 2, 3. ELLEN ELIZABETH MORRISSEY— " Rusty” —Fairfax 1, 2; F.H.A. 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Dance Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4. DONALD MOULDS— " Don” —Lead, South Dakota 1, 2, 3; Forensic Club 4; National Honor Society 4. MARY MADELINE MYERS—”M M”— Lexington, Va. I, 2, 3; Junior Civic League 4. ALAN NEIGER — " Al” —Alhambra High 1; Lincoln High 2; G. W. 3; Sanford Prep. 4; Spanish Fiesta 4. LAWRENCE ARTHUR NEILSEN — " Larry” — Science Club 1, 4; Coin and Stamp Club Treas. 2; Junior Honor Society 2; Tennis Club Pres. 3; JAGUAR Staff 4. MARGARET HUGHES NEVIN— " Nevinski” —F.H.A. 1; Dance Club 3; Glee Club 4. BETTY JEAN NICHOLSON — " Bee Jay” — Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Psychology Club 2; Student Council 2; Dramatics Club 3; Forensic Club Treas. 4; Honor Society 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Sec. 4; JAGUAR JOURNAL Staff 3; News Copy Ed.; JAGUAR Staff 4; Asso. Literary Copy Ed.; Monogram Club 4. CLIFFORD CHANNING OLIVER — " Cliff” — Science Club Treas. 1; Photography Club 2; Student Council 2; Science Club 3; Bus Driver ”82” 4; Forensic Club 4. ROSA LEE O’NEAL— " Rosalce” —Science Club 1; F.H.A. 2; Homeroom Sec. 2; Spanish Fiesta 4. SHIRLEY ELLEN OWENS— " Shirley” —Eliot Jr. High 1; Eastern 2. FRANCIS JOSEPH PALME, JR.— " Francis” —Marietta, Ga. 1, 2; Latin Classical League 3, 4; Pres. 4; Madrigals 3; Student Council 3; Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Football Manager 4. WALTER LEE PHILLIPS, JR. — " Lee” — Chess and Checker Club 1; J.V. Football 2; Art-Typing Club Re¬ porter 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Treas. 4; Mathematics League Pres. 3; One-act Play 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Homeroom Pres. 4; Hall Monitor 4; Spanish Fiesta 4. GEORGE LUKE PITRE, JR.— " Pete” —Thibadoux, La. 1; J. V. Football 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Student Council 2; Varsity Football 3; Varsity Basketball 3; Key Club 3, 4; JAGUAR Staff 4; Business Manager 4. JACK PLASTERER— " Jack” WAYNE RICHEY— " Wayne” —Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Homeroom Pres. 1; J.V. Football 2; Sophomore Class Vice-Pres. 2; Junior Civic League 2; Varsity Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Student Council Vice- Pres. 4; Virginia State S.C.A. Pres. 4; Boys’ State 3; Key Club Pres. 4. Page 85 SENIOR MARLENE RIVES — " Marlene” — Student Council 1; Junior Honor Society 2, 3; Pres. 2; Art Typing Club Pres. 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Dance Club 3; Forensic Meet 3; Magazine Drive 3, 4. CHARLES REXFORD ROBEY— " Rex” —J.V. Baseball 2; Varsity Track 3, 4. ALLAN KAY ROBINSON — " Ruby” — Track 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3; Freshman Class Sgt.-at-Arms 1; Varsity Club 2, 4; Student Council 2; Sophomore Class Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Psychology Club 3; Junior and Senior Class Sgt.-at-Arms 3, 4; Babe Ruth Sportsmanship Award 4. EVELYN ANN ROOT— " Ann” —Homeroom Treas. 1; Dance Club 1; Library Club 2; Psychology Club 3; Photography Club 4. KENNETH HUGH ROSE— " Kenny” —Homeroom Treas. I; Psychology Club 1, 2; Golf Team 3, 4; Dance Club 3; Homeroom Sgt.-at-Arms 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3. JOHN ROWE— " Johnny” —Hine Jr. High 1; Eastern 2, 3. JOHN GUNTER ROYLANCE, JR.— " Jack” —Chess and Checker Club Pres. 3; Boys’ State 3; JAGUAR Staff 4; Business Manager 4. ANN LENORE RUTHERFORD— " Ann” —Drivers’ Club 1; Junior Civic League 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Pres. 1, 2, 3; Latin Classical League 1, 2; Treas. 1; Pres. 2; Sopho¬ more Class Sec. 2; Glee Club Pres. 2, 4; Varsity Basket¬ ball 2; Junior Honor Society 2; Madrigals 2, 3; Junior Class Vice-Pres. 3; Junior Play Student Director 3; Girls’ State 3; JAGUAR Staff 3, 4; Layout Editor 3; Editor 4; Prom Committee 3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Pres. 4; Out¬ standing Junior Girl 3; Honor Society 4; Student Coun¬ cil Senator 4. WILLIAM, BERNERD SALSGIVER, JR. — Bill” — Blad- ensburg, Md. 1; Camera Club Pres. 2, 3; Track 2; J.V. Football 3; JAGUAR Staff 3, 4; Photographer 4. ROBERT HAL SANDWICH— " Bobby” —Pritchard, Ala. 1; Mobile, Ala. 2; Elizabeth City, N. C. 2, 3; Key Club 4; Varsity Football Manager 4. MARGARET MARY SCHAUER— " Margie” —Cincinnati, Ohio 1; Psychology Club 2, 3; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Junior Civic League 4. FREDERICA SCHAUSS— ' " Freddie”— Art Club 1; Stu¬ dent Council 1,2; Pep Club Vice-Pres. 2; Girls’ State 3; DAR American History Award 3; Library Assistant 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Dramatics Club 3; JAGUAR JOURNAL News Editor 4; Fifty-Tuer 4; National Honor Society 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Junior Civic League 4. SHEILA MARY SCHNACK— " Midnight”— Dolly Madi¬ son Jr. High 1; Psychology Club 2; Latin Classical League 2; Pep Club 3; Majorette Capt. 3, 4; JAGUAR Staff 3, 4; Co-Circulation Manager 4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Civic League Treas. 4; National Honor Society 4; Homeroom Pres. 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Sadie Hawkins —Moonbeam McSwine 4. CAROL REA SCHOOLAR— " Carol” —GW 1; Madrigals 2; Homeroom Pres. 2, 3; Student Council 2, 4; One-act Play 2; Psychology Club 2; Spanish Fiesta 2, 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Junior Civic League 3; JAGUAR Staff 3, 4; Feature Editor 3; Associate Art Editor 4; Prom Committee 3; Prom Court 3, 4; Maid-of-Honor 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Honor Court 4; Bond Drive Chairman 4; Glee Club 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Cheerleader 4; Homecoming Court—Maid-of-Honor 4; Sweetheart of F. C. H. S. 4. SHIRLEY ANN SEABOLT— " Shirl” —F.H.A. 1; Psychol¬ ogy Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Girls’ Chorus 4; JAGUAR JOURNAL 4. SHIRLEY ANN SHELTON— " Sissie” —Sweetheart Court 1, 2, 3; Maid-of-Honor 3; Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Hockey 1; F.H.A. 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Student Coun¬ cil Sec. 3; Homecoming Court 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Play Cast 3. WALTER BEALE SHIRKEY— " Beale” —J.V. Baseball 1, 2, 3; J.V. Basketball 2. JAMES SOUTHERN SHREVE— " Jimmy” —Gonzaga 1; Photography Club 2, 3; Track 3. ROBERT ALTON SHUMATE — " Bobby” — Freshman Class Pres. 1; Homeroom Pres. 1, 2, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 4; Chess and Checker Club 1; Art-Typing Club Vice-Pres. 2; One-act Play 2; JAGUAR JOURNAL 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Key Club 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Hall Monitor Capt. 4. MARJORIE DANA SMALL — " Midge” — Volleyball 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Homeroom Pres. 3; Art-Typing Club 3; Varsity Hockey 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Monogram Club 4. ROBERT FRANKLIN SMALLWOOD — " Pancho” — Freshman Class Vice-Pres. 1; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess and Checker Club 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3; Psychology Club 2, 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. JANICE WINIFRED SMITH— " Janice” —Latin Classical League 1, 2; Pres. 1; Student Council 1, 2; Intramural Association Sec. 2; Psychology Club 2; Homeroom Pres. 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Varsity Club 3; Varsity Hockey 3; Junior Class Treas. 3; Junior Play Committee 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; JAGUAR JOURNAL Associate Editor 4; Student Coun¬ cil Treas. 4; F.C.S.C.A. Cor. Sec. 4. NORMA JEAN SMITH— " Norma Jean ”—Central High 1; Dance Club 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANN SMITH— " Peggy” —Central High 1; Folk Dance Club 3. Page 86 DIRECTORY ARLENE MARGARET SPANGLER— " Arlene” —Rom¬ ney High, Romney, W. Va. 1, 2, 3. NORMA RAE STAPLES — " Norma” — Library Club 1; Art-Typing Club 2; Dance Club 3; Glee Club 4. JANE EVANGELINE STEARN— " Vang e ”—Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. 3. SHIRLEY JEANETTE STEARNS — " Shirley” — Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas. 2; Sec. 3; Reporter 4; JAGUAR Staff 4. BETTY ANN STENHOUSE — " Betty” — Library Assist¬ ant 3. MARILEE STRAUTMAN— " Marty” —Art-Typing Club 1; Psychology Club 2, 3; Capt. of Intramural Basketball 2; Glee Club 4. JAGUAR JOURNAL 4; Library As¬ sistant 4. MERRY CAROLYN STRODE — " Bebc” — St. Joseph’s Academy 1; Tuscon, Ariz. 2, 3; Dance Club 4. MARGARET ANN SWARTZ— " Peg” —Gordon Jr. High 1; Western 2; Homeroom Sec. 3; Bible Club 3, 4; Pres. 3, 4. BARBARA LEE TAYLOR— " Barbara” —Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4. THOMAS R. TAYLOR— " Tom” —One-act Play 4. PAUL TAYNTON— " Paul” —Photography Club 1; Chess and Checker Club 2; Automobile Safety Club 3; Har¬ monica Club 4. REVE DARLING TERRY— " Reve” —Swanson Jr. High 1. DORIS JUANITA THOMAS— " Doris” —Homeroom Sec. 4. MARILYN JEAN THOMAS — " Marilyn” — Dramatics Club 1,2; Sub-Deb Club 3. HARRY TOWER — " Skip” — J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Junior Civic League Council 1, 2; Mayor 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Track 1; Commercial Club 1; Student Council 2; Varsity Club 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Vice-Pres. Class ’51. Prom Committee 3; Senior Play Committee 4; One-act Play 4. BETTY ANN TOWSEY — " Betty Ann”— Freshman Class Sec. 1; Homeroom Sec. 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 1; Varsity Basketball Manager 2; Varsity Club 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; One-act Plays 3, 4; Stu¬ dent Council Publicity Chairman 4; Senior Class Treas. 4; Sweetheart Court 4. EDWIN BYRON TUCKER— " Byron” —Manila American High 1; Tokyo American School 2, 3; Camera Club 4; National Honor Society 4; JAGUAR Staff Photographer 4; Quill and Scroll 4. ROBERT VAN PELT— " Bob " —Homeroom Sgt-at-Arms 3; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 4. WILMA MAY VERNON— " Pat” —St. Patrick’s Academy 1, 2, 3; Photography Club 4. THOMAS VIRDEN— " Tommy” —Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice- Pres. 3; Pres. 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 3; Pres. 4; Forensics 3, 4. DELORES HELEN WALSH— " Dee” —Seattle, Wash. 1; Psychology Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Glee Club 4. ELIZABETH MORRISON WATT — " Betty” — Tokyo, Japan 1,2; Schenectady, N. Y. 3; Girls’ Chorus 4; Glee Club 4. ROBERT LYLE WEBSTER, JR. — " Bob” — Homeroom Sgt.-at-Arms 1; Chess and Checker Club 2; Track, As¬ sistant Manager 3. PATRICIA ANN WELLS— " Pat” —Pep Club 2, 3; Sec. 2; Vice-Pres. 3; Sweetheart Court 3; Student Council 4; Junior Civic League 4; JAGUAR JOURNAL Circula¬ tion Manager 4; Cheerleader 4; Homecoming Court 4; Quill and Scroll 4. BARBARA VIRGINIA WILCOX— " Barbara” —Tri-Hi-Y Treas. 2; Volleyball 2; Art-Typing Club Sec. 3; Home¬ room Treas. 4. BEVERLY PATRICIA WILCOX— " Bev” —Glee Club 1, 4; Photogr aphy Club 2, 3; Sec. 2; Vice-Pres. 3. CHARLES THOMAS WILLIAMS— " Charlie” —Art Club 1; J.V. Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. TERESA WISE— " Terry” —Warren County High 1; Fair¬ fax 2; Dance Club 3, 4. MARY ALICE WOOD— " Mary Alice”— Glee Club 4. NORMA JEAN WREN— " Norma” —Art-Typing Club 1; Dance Club 2, 3, 4. WILSON WRIGHT— ' " Bill”— J.V. Football 3; J.V. Bas¬ ketball 3; Homeroom Treas. 3; Varsity Basketball 4. KARIN ELIZABETH YOUNGER— " Kay” —Wiesbaden, Germany 1; Pep Club 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Spanish Fiesta 4; JAGUAR Circulation Co- Manager, 4. BEVERLY LOUISE ZIERDT— ' " Beazie”— Band 1; Library Assistant 1; Sub-Deb Club 1, 2, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Home¬ room Sec. 2; Jr. Civic League 3; Office Assistant 3; Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Cor. Sec. 4; Quill and Scroll 4; JAGUAR Layout Editor 4; Senior Play Committee 4. JAMES P. ZIRKLE — " Jimmie” — Fork Union Military Academy 1; W. L. 2, 3; Lakeland, Fla. 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; One-act Plays 4; Varsity Club 4. Page 87 n0 tasK too by io {C ■ u aSS o 52 CL ti Page 88 Page 89 t Page 90 4 V ,A» + ,° %S ; r ; s7‘ «« i? .a 4 . » .a vi s ' ■ .» ' V ° » 4-c ®v tf % 4 % r i ' v al tj V}- J ‘ toty . !tlii r C j tjL ° ' a ! efe «?in °« ,p A -, , v s? £ i’ sT £ ? 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Scrgeant-at-Arins Page 92 JUNIOR CLASS ALLEY, RICHARD AURINGER, ROBERT AUSTIN, PAUL BAKER, ELLEN BARNES, CHARLOTTE BASS, AUSTIN BEAZLEY, CHARLES BEMIS, NYE BENNER, JO ANN BLACK, ROBERT BOES, FREDERICK BREEDEN, DONALD BRITTAIN, MILLIE BROWN, PHYLLIS BURKHARDT, SAMUEL CASE, SHIRLEY CHEW, FRED COOPER, DAVID COOPER, JOHN COX, SHIRLEY CRIGLER, JAMES CUNNINGHAM, DICK CUNNINGHAM, JANET DEGROOT, SARA RUTH Page 93 JUNIOR DEITS, GEORGIA DENHAM, DICK DIETZ, SHIRLEY DEMISA, JOANN DYER, BARBARA EDWARDS, GLENDA EPPARD, CAROLYN JUNE ESTES, BONNIE EYBERS, KEN FIELD, MARY LU FINLEY, WILLIAM FLETCHER, ELSIE EILEEN FOX, GENEVA FRIEND, CHARLES ERUEII, JANE FRYE, DAVID GLOVER, LEE GODFREY, DIANA GOLD, BETTY GOSS AGE, MARY GOTTHARDT, NANCY GRADY, JACK GRECO, ED GRILLE, VIRGINIA Page 94 CLASS GROUNDWATER, CAROL HAAS, BRADFORD HALL, BARRY HANNOLD, MIRIAM HARGETT, JOHN HARNE, HILDA HARRINGTON, THOMAS HENRY, MARY HILL, JANET HOBBS, DENNIS HODGES, MICHAEL HOGAN, BILL HOLLO WELL, CHARLOTTE HOWLAND, KENYON HOY, FRANK HOY, THOMAS HUNT, MARY LOU JAMES, DUWAYNE JECKELL, CHARLES JENKINS, MAR GARET JOHNSTON, NANCY JONES, GEORGE JONES, ROBERT KAPLAN, JUDITH Page 9 5 JUNIOR KID WELL, JEAN KING, IIELYN KRUEGER, KAREN LEFEVRE, NORMA LEONE, ANNE LEWIN, SYLVIA LINEKER, SIDNEY LOFTON, DONNA LONGACRE, CHUCK LUKENS, BARBARA LUNDE, GAIL LUTTRELL, NORMA MACFARLAND, JOHN MATHER, JOHN MATICIC, JOHN MCDONALD, JUNE MCGILLIS, GLORIA MCGUFFIN, ARTHUR MCKEE, MARIAN MIDDLETON, PATRICIA MILBURN, BUDDY MILLER, RICHARD MINNICK, ROY MORNINGSTAR, DONNA Page 96 CLASS MORRISON, JUANDA MORRISON, LEROY MOSCATI, BARBARA MOUTOUX, CHARLES MURRAY, ALMA MUTERSBAUGH, JOHN NASH, RICHARD NEEDLE, RUTH NEWTON, NANCY NICHOLSON, PEGGY NORTH, PAT OSBORN, MICHAEL PARIS, ALBERT PAYNE, TED PECKINPAUGH, CHARLES PENN, WM. THOMAS PERRY, JOAN POSEY, THAD REIN, JOY ROSENBERGER, PAT SANTMYER, ELIZABETH SCHEELE, NANCY SCHINDLER, GEORGE SCOTT, WILLIAM Page 97 JUNIOR CLASS SHAFFER, ARTHUR SMITH, ARTHUR SMITH, ELAINE STEADMAN, ELINOR STEELE, FRANCES STENHOUSE, WALTER SULLIVAN, BETSY SULLIVAN, ROBERT SUMMERS, RICHARD TAYLOR, HENRY TEMPLEMAN, RAY THORNTON, BARBARA TOWER, CAROLE VEACH, IRWIN WATERS, JEAN Juniors Not Pictured BARKSDALE, PHILIP DEVAUGHN, JANE DICK, BILL DRAPER, WILLIAM GIBSON, EDWARD HOCKMAN, JOSEPH IIOUTZ, LEE HUNT, WILLIAM JOHNSON, PAGE LACY, JOSEPH LIBBY, FAITH MCINTIRE, JOHN OGDEN, RAE ANN PICKERAL, GEORGE SISK, MARSHAL WALKER, JIMMY Page 98 Most Outstanding Students By vote of the faculty, the following were elected the most out¬ standing students of Falls Church High School. Citizenship, leadership, and promotion of school spirit were the points governing the election. SENIORS Janice Smith — Rashid Abdu ☆ JUNIORS Gloria McGillis — Tom Penn ☆ SOPHOMORES Mary Lee Coffee — David Houser ☆ FRESHMEN Sandra Villella — Roger Walker ☆ EIGHTH GRADE Joan Nalls —Bill Blake omore a66 Jack Dodson . . Bill Chase . . . Delores Nalls Joan Dean Lee Ciianey . . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Sergeant-at-Anns Page 100 Sophomore Class ANDERSON, JAMES ARSENAULT, WINNIE AURINGER, DUANE BALTHIS, ROBERT BARILE, NANCY ANN BARKER, RAY BARWICK, BEVERLY BEAVERS, SHERWOOD BELKNAPP, HOLLAND BITTORF, ROGER BLINCOE, DONALD BONNE!’, JOHN BRADEN, BONNIE BRANDT, JANET BRAUNLICII, RICHARD BREWER, RONALD BROWN, ELIZABETH BROWN, JACK BROWN, ROBERT BROWNFIELD, ROBERT CALLAHAN, MARY CARICKHOFF, LEE CARRICO, GORDON CARRIGAN, NANCY CARTER, BETTY CHANEY, LEE CHARLTON, VINCENT CHASE, WILLIAM CHERRY, MARIE CLARK, JANE CLARK, RAYMOND CLOUD, NANCY COFFEY, MARY LEE COKER, BEVERLY COLBY, ROBERT COMER, CLORINE CONEIN, VAUGIIN CONINE, JAMES CONLOGUE, MARY LOU CORDELL, EULA MAE Page 101 lK»V -c Sophomore CORN, MARGARET COVINGTON, EVERETT COX, JEAN DEAKEN, VALERIE DEAN, JOAN DEITS, MERLE DICKSON, JAMES DITTMAN, PAT DODSON, JACK DONAHOE, CONSTANCE DORSETT, JOHN DOVE, LENNY DUKE, MARGARET EAST, MARIAN EDDY, SALLY ELAM, HENRY EMERY, BETTY ESTES, ARDEN FAHEY, JOHN FAUST, RICHARD I’EASTER, RAYMOND FEEHAN, LOUISE FLETCHER, RICHARD FORTNEY, PATSY FOX, PAUL FREED, THOMAS EREIDERSDORFF, JAMES FRENZEL, JOAN GILMORE, THEODORE GLENN, DONALD GREEN, BARBARA GREEN, PETER IiAGOOD, JOHN HARPER, JOHN HATCH, DONALD HEFFERNAN, JOHN HEMMA, BILLY HENDERSON, PATRICIA HINKLE, MARION HOLLISTER, JANE Page 102 Class HOLMAN, NONA HONSE, NORA HOUSER, DAVID HOWARD, DAWN HULL, MARY LOU HUME, MARILYN HUNT, FRANCES HUNTLEY, PEGGY INTOLUBBE, DALE JOHNSON, EDWIN JOHNSON, ELIZABETH JOHNSON, MARGARET JOHNSON, VEE VEE JOLIN, ROBERT KERR, LINDA KERR, PETER KID WELL, HILDA KING, ALICE KIRBY, SHIRLEY KLETT, MARLENE LACY, LYNDA LITTLE, RICHARD LOUR, NANCY LOVING, WILLIAM LUCAS, ANNE LUKENS, RICHARD MANDELBAUM, LYNN MARDEN, MARLENE MARR, WILLIAM MARTIN, ARLYNE McAFEE, PATRICIA McCarter, duncan McCauley, Charles McCENEY, ROBERT McILVAINE, JOANNE McIntyre, kennetii McKEE, HARVEY McLANE, SHIRLEY McWilliams, ann McWilliams, rebecca Page 103 Sophomore MERRYMAN, LOUIS MONTI, SANDRA MURPHY, SUE ANNE NALLS, DELORES NEVIN, JUDY NORRIS, CAROLYN OLIVER, JANICE O’NEAL, CHARLES OSBORN, ALICE OUTLAW, GARY PACE, TOM PAGE, ELIZABETH PARHAM, HOMIE PARTLOW, ROSA PEPIN, GEORGE PHIPARD, JEAN PICKETT, DOUGLAS PUGH, BETTY JO RAINES, CAROL RAWLETT, GRACE REANEY, LEE REDLICH, GEORGE REIFE, DIANNA RENTZ, THEODORE REVELL, JANET RHODES, JOHN RICHARDS, LYNN RINALDI, RONALD RITCHIE, JIM ROSE, EDDIE RUTHERFORD, PALMER SANDERS, BARBARA SAYLORS, JOHN SCIIAUSS, CHARLES SCHMICK, EDITH SCHOTTROEEE, FRANCES SCHUBERT, JOAN SEWALL, NYM SHIFFLETT, SHIRLEY SHREVE, LAURA Page 104 Class SIMMONS, JAMES SMALLWOOD, EVELYN SMALLWOOD, JUANITA SMITH, GAY SMITH, ROBERT SNEAD, LARRY SNOW, WARREN SPANGLE, DOROTHY SPARSHOTT, HELENE STANLEY, VERDA STAPLES, ROGER STEADMAN, MILDRED STEELE, IVER STEWART, JEAN STONEBURNER, GODFREY TAYLOR, CHARLES TAYLOR, ELIZABETH THOMPSON, GENE THOMPSON, MARY LOU TILLEY, ANN VIRDEN, KAY WEBER, ERNEST WEBER, SUSAN WEEDON, GENE WELLES, PEGGY WESTBROOK, NANCY WHITTINGTON, CATHERINE WILL, JOHN WILLINGHAM, LEONARD WILSON, TONY WINSLOW, BARBARA WOOD, DEBORAH WOOD, DEWEY WOOD, DONNA WOOD, ELLWOOD NOT PICTURED DAMERON, WESLEY IIEROLD, FRANK HUNT, RICHARD JONES, CORNELIA ALDERMAN, RONALD ARNOLD, WARREN BRANNER, ALFRED BROADDUS, LESLIE BROWN, GORDON BURGESS, ELIZABETH CLEVELAND, CHARLES COOK, ERNEST DAVENPORT, ROSALYN DAVIS, CHARLES DUFFY, JOSEPH FILMORE, BRUCE GRAY, JANET GRIFFITH, DON MILLER, JOE NEILSEN, ANDRES OGLESBY, TED ROWLS, BILL ROBERTS, BENNETT SHARTZER, WILLIAM SMITH, BOB THOMAS, WILLIE WHEELER, SHIRLEY WILLIAMSON, MIKE ZERENER, JACK Page 105 man a a66 Roger Walker Charles Rowe . SONDRA VlLLELLA Bonnie Coleman Jim Penn. . President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Page 106 a man an Alderman, Mary Allman, Diane Altizer, Joan Altizer, Robert Anderton, Wilbur Arnold, Roberta Austin, Norma Sue Avery, Robert Bailey, Mary Lee Barratt, Richard Bartley, Ronald Becker, Gail Beecroft, Joy Bell, Barbara Bendal, Penelope Bennett, Carl Berlein, Cora Bittorf, Norman Blankenship, Robert Booth, Abigail Bottomley, Robert Bradley, Marguerite Brainerd, George Branner, Lona Callan, Robert Carr, Earl Carter, Elaine Carter, Goldie Carter, Sylvia Case, Janet Casey, Billy Cavil, Anne Chapman, Anne Cheney, Oakley Chisholm, Shirley Clarke, Joyce Clarke, Peggy Cockey, Joan Cohn, Mike Coleman, Bonnie Coleman, Marie Cook, Connie Cordle, Lois Cowens, Barbara Croson, Helen Cross, Wayne Crumbaugh, Lorraine Davis, Donald Page 107 man DeGroot, Joann DeWilde, Richard Dick, Laurens Dodson, Patricia Draper, Ursula Dunklcy, Judy Dunn, Margaret Eckert, Jon English, Joan Fay, Carl Fessler, Barbara Finlayson, Sally Flagg, Alice Flaherty, Michael Fletcher, Palmer Fraser, Jean Friedlander, Harry Fruit, Claudia Gallo, Jon Gnueg, Rosemarie Gotthardt, Norman Gray, Jimmie Gray, Tom Greco, Freddy Guiffre, Arthur Haas, Elizabeth Hagen, Norland Harrington, Jane Hartman, Rosemary Harvey, Allen Harvey, Karen Hawes, Doris Herndon, Frances llight, Elizabeth Hill, Dorsey Ilonse, Richard Hoots, Milo Howard, Henry Hull, Buddy Hume, Diane Hunt, Constance Hunton, Hugh Hurst, Joan Irvin, Herbert Irwin, Sharon Jaeger, Andrew Johnson, Dave Johnson, Janet Page 108 Johnson, Lclloy Johnson, Vernon Johnston, Rosalie Jones, Kenneth Jones, Sarah Jo Kearns, Lois Kearns, Louis Keenan, Edward Keys, Patricia Kimberly, Peter King, Harriet King, Lawrence Kirby, Wayne Krummes, Ann Lanham, Herbert Larkin, Sally Lehman, John Libby, Stanley Lichtman, Barry Livingston, Barbara Loew, Joan Lott, Marilyn Ludlow, Sally Luppens, Sandy Lush, Kathleen Lynn,Jack MacDowell, Bob Marr, Donald Marr, Robert Marteness, Billie Mac Martin, Dale Massingale, John Mathews, James McGehee, Elise MeGillis, Mary Ann McHenry, Barbara Mendez, Carby Miller, Dyson Mijuskovic, Ben Molle, Yvonne Monahan, S. W. Moore, Anne Moore, Ed Moore, Thomas Morningstar, Mary Morrison, Jimmy Mutersbaugh, Lorraine Nelson, Marshall Page 109 Jre L man Neville, James Neville, Tommy Newman, Sue Noble, Anita Noble, Wilma Oliver, Jeanette Oliver, Nancy O’Neal, Elsie Palmer, Jane Penn, Jim Penn, Patricia Perry, Duane Person, Mitchell Phillips, Matilda Piekeral, Nancy Price, Ann Price, Don Prosise, Ruby Rapoport, David Reedy, Margaret Reeves, Robert Renner, Estelle Ridgeway, James Robinson, Patricia Rowe, Charles Rusk, Peggy Sanderson, Lora Schaefer, Sonya Shaver, Sandra Sheffield, Frances Shifflett, Shelby Shreve, Robert Shughrue, Shirley Standley, Sharon Statham, Mike Stein, Louise Stevens, Sandra Stipe, Mildred Stokes, Allen Swindal, James Sydnor, Charles ' Pol mo ThVIi f r Taylor, David Taylor, Elizabeth Teague, Joan Trout, Janet Villella, Sondra Walker, Roger Page 110 ass Wall, Roberta Watters, Susanne Weakley, Virginia Weedon, Irene Weiner, Larry Weintraub, Paul Weiss, Bette Westdahl, Robert Whittington, Wilma Williams, Harriet Williams, Margot Williams, Patricia Wilson, Charles Wood, Bobby Woods, Lois Wren, William Yardley, Robert Yates, Richard Yeatman, Ann 1 Jot f icturec l Austin, Nancy Hardy, Bobby Moore, Thomas Barnes, Marie Hewitt, Paul Proudfoot, Bruce Biddle, Robert Hughes, Ralph Stanfield, Marvin Brown, Ernest Kidwell, John Stevens, Leroy Collins, Charles Larkin, Milton Vascovich, Constance Cordell, Bob Marshall, Susan Wheeler, Joanne Ilarbison, Bill Martin, Robert Williams, Buddy Page 111 a 6 J icer6 e Dick Killen ... Bill Blake. Joan Nalls . Donald Dornisch Ted Milburn . . . . . President Vice-President . Secretary .Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Page 112 Ci a ktk ra ae cl { Alexander, Charlene Allen, Marlene Allison, Andrea Avery, William Baensch, Tina Bailey, Betsy Ball, Frances Barber, Virginia Bates, Arthur Baxter, Frank Beach, Donna Beck, Stanley Benson, Donovan Bethune, Marthana Bettis, Alice Billhimer, Barbara Blake, William H., Jr. Blake, William L. Bloxton, Carol Bowen, James Bowman, Barbara Bradford, Henry Brant, Jacqueline Breeden, William Breedlove, Beverly Brewer, Joan Brooks, Priscilla Brown, Harold Brown, Nancy Brown, Nellie Burgess, Donna Burnham, Bertigene Butcher, David Byerly, Martha Byrd, Henry Carroll, Kenneth Carter, Dale Cary, Barbara Casey, Terry Chamberlain, Jack Chapman, Daniel Cheek, Julia Cheney, Carol Chew, Gary Chisholm, Charlotte Chisholm, Peggy Clark, Ann Clark, Hugh Clark, James Clark, Pomeroy Clatterbuck, Ronald Cockrell, Wallace Cody, Yvonne Cofer, Nancy Conein, Rave Ann Connick, Ronald Page 113 lith Constable, Thomas Cox, Cheryl Cox, Lora Lee Crockett, Richard Crosby, Alan Croson, Lee Deits, Jay Denham, Diana Dickson, Patricia Di Misa, Janet Disney, Patricia Dornisch, Donald Drake, Barbara Duke, Dave Easterwood, Marty Edkins, Bruce Edwards, Evelyn Eisler, Kay Elkins, Trye Ely, Stephen Enen, Jack Eppard, William Esper, Diana Evans, Russell Feehan, Mary Ann Filley, Charles Fohrell, John Foley, Shirley Fredman, Mary Fritzsehe, Robert Frye, Jacob Gaskill, Chuck Gates, Larry German, Helen Giambattista, Frank Gibson, Ida Gillespie, Richard Gilmore, Ruth Gordon, David Gorham, Audrey Gost, Billy Graham, Barbara Gray, Joel Green, Peggy Groves, Evelyn Guarraia, Leonard Gunn, Jim Hack, Susan Hardesty, Joe Harlow, Patricia Harris, Jane Harris, Wilson Harrison, Jean Hawkins, Larry Head, Howard Heffernan, Howard Page 114 e Herman, Dean Herrmann, Phillip Hillard, Patricia Hinkle, Joyce Holliday, Joanne Hopkins, Robert Houghton, Carolyn Howard, Pat Hughes, Shirley Hurst, Barbara Hurst, Nick Imhoff, Sue Jacobson, Leanne Jenkins, Betty Jean Johnson, Christopher Johnson, Jean Johnston, Alan Jones, Dennis Jones, Elizabeth Keesee, Barbara Killen, Dick Kohlmeier, Albert Korff, Sandra Krerner, Ralph Krueger, Tom Lam, Thomas Lancaster, Joan Landon, Charles, Jr. Landon, Donald Lange, Lrieda Lawrence, Prescott Learnard, Anne Lebsock, Kay Lee, Laura Lee, Thomas Lepping, William Libby, Wayne Ligon, Walter Lofland, Victoria Lucas, Betsy Lumsden, Robert Lutzleman, Miriam Mackenzie, Eric Marble, Carl Marlowe, Marshall Marr, Christine Martin, Marta Mason, Letty Maticic, Marilynn Maxwell, Ellen McGehee, Carole McGhee, Prank Mcllwee, Wayne Mcllvaine, Jack Melntire, Jim McKibbin, Ann Page 11J Ct alitL Mectre, Charles Milburn, Ted Miller, Beverly Mills, Charles Mooney, Michelle Moses, Edward Moulds, John Moutoux, Tom Nalls, Joan Nations, Kay Nevin, George Nottingham, Anne Oakley, Thomas O’Dowd, William Oliver, Marilyn Oliver, Roberta Omasta, Elinor Outlaw, Lindabelle Owens, Charles Pace, Martha Parham, John Partlow, Frank Payne, Barbara Peckinpaugh, Ann Peebles, Robert Perry, Mary Perry, Roberta Peyton, Harold Peyton, Hunter Pickett, Frank Potter, Barbara Prosise, Donald Pugh, Alan Ramey, William Redfield, Jean Reed, Barbara Reineck, John Rhodes, Thomas Rich, Mary Lou Riedesel, Joyce Roche, Philip Root, Edward Rorrer, Irene Rose, Robert Rosson, Benny Ruddle, Arthur Rundquist, Jean Sadler, Everett Sauerwein, Bill Saunders, Sylvia Saylors, Wesley Sehewe, Jerry Schierlman, Judith Schmidt, Marilyn Schoolar, Richard Schultz, Janet Page 116 e Seay, William Shirley, Paul Shomo, Nelson Shugars, Shirley Simpson, Arthur Sisk, Benny Sisk, Betty Smart, Thomas Smith, Claude, Jr. Smith, Robert South, Patricia Sparshott, Ruth Speight, Thomas Spicer, Joan Stabile, Donald Stabile, Lucille Stalnaker, Kay Stanton, John Staudinger, Joe Stein, Dorothy Stoy, Margie Strauss, Emily Sutton, Edward Tanner, Jesse Taylor, Edwin Tern pieman, Frances Thompson, Edward Thuma, Barbara Ticehurst, Joyce Tilley, Betty Townsend, Terry Trammell, Ann Trammell, Helen Trammell, Ruby Tuck, Joan Tucker, Karen Walker, Fred Walters, Neal Walters, Shirley Weakley, Robert Weeks, Barbara West, Hugh Westerman, Jere Whitely, Donna Wilkinson, Peggy Willingham, Bertha Wood, Frances Ann Wren, Irene Wren, Robert Wright, Elizabeth Yates, Ruth Younger, Butch NOT PICTURED Austin, Charles Barnes, Dorothy Carrico, Clifford Chissel, Robert Cordell, Clifford Cox, Betty Eller, Arnold Good, J immy Martin, Barbara Savallesh, Robert Drumheller, Wendell Goins, Joe Lesher, Dorothy Rider, Bobby Weathers, Roland Page 117 Page 118 Falls Church IT’S NOT A MIRAGE —IT’S FALLS CHURCH GARAGE Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous Future from the MANAGEMENT and STAFF LEE HIGHWAY and HILLWOOD AVENUE Falls Church, Virginia FA 2300 State Wide Real Estate Service JOSEPH W. SEAY COMPANY Virginia Homes and Farms Rentals Property Management Appraisals Mortgage Loans Falls Church, Virginia Joseph W. Seay Office: FA 2620 Home: FA 0218 113 W. Broad Street Robertson 5 10c Store Four Locations for Your Convenience 4775 Lee Highway, Arlington, Va. 109 East Broad St., Falls Church, Va. 6871 Fairfax Dr., East Falls Church, Va. 3014 Columbia Pike, Arlington, Va. Roger H. Blake FLORIST Sleepy Hollow Road CORSAGES, CUT FLOWERS, FLORAL DECORATIONS Prompt Delivery Service FA 2119 Page 119 PHONE FA 7875 Janice $ l eauty S)Lop ALL TYPES OF BEAUTY SERVICE TO PLEASE YOU Hair Cutting Permanent Waving 102 East Fairfax Street Falls Church, Va. 2nd Floor Gibson Bldg. IN FALLS CHURCH CALL Falls Church Cab Co. Dependable Congenial FALLS CHURCH 2799 — 2686 Equipped with Two-Way Radio Reasonable Rates KING-KERLEY DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS " U-San-O” Insured Mothproof Cleaning System FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA PHONE FA 1713 Compliments of Compliments of LeCompte ' s Esso Service Center PEARSONS FUNERAL HOME FA 9837 PAINTS LUCAS GLIDDEN Headquarters for SPRED SATIN WALLPAPER UNITED and IMPERIAL FLEXALUM VENETIAN BLINDS With Plastic Tape Liggon Paint and Wallpaper Store 154 Hillwood Avenue FA 3324 FALLS CHURCH, VA. Plenty Free Parking We Deliver Wallace and Monroe Pharmacy ★ ★ ★ 438 South Washington St. (Lee Highway) Phone FA 2966 Falls Church, Va. Page 120 FALLS CHURCH MOTORS. Your Dependable Dodge - Plymouth Dealer Established 1930 554 N. Washington Street Falls Church, Va. (Lee Highway) Phone: FA 2400 Dodge - Plymouth - Dodge Trucks - Used Cars BOULEVARD ESSO SERVICENTER Lee Boulevard and Annandale Road Falls Church, Virginia TIRES and ACCESSORIES Jefferson 3-8800 Pick-up and Delivery Service Town Country Upholstery, INCORPORATED Re-Upholstering Selective Fabi ' ics Slip Covers Draperies Furniture Repaired and Refinished Free Estimates Specials 613 S. Washington St. Lee Highway FA 2481 FALLS CHURCH, VA. G. and G. Construction Co., Inc. DEVELOPERS and BUILDERS 102 E. Fairfax Street JE 3-8600 Falls Church, Virginia Falls Church Hobby Center 131 S. Washington St. FA 3200 Falls Church, Va. Art, Model and Photo Supplies 24 Hour Printing and Developing Service Page 12 I Compliments of Walter L. Phillips Certified Civil Engineer And Land Surveyor Horace Brown Established — 1883 HARDWARE B.P.S. PAINT HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES 152 Hillwood Avenue FA 4767 Falls Church, Va FA 3936 100 West Broad Street Tel. FA-1168 Falls Church, Va. Free Delivery Ample Parking Phone FA 9798 BUNNY GIBSON ' S Seafood Market 102 E. Fairfax Street Falls Church, Va. FALLS CHURCH JEWELERS 100 West Broad Street and 6863 N. Fairfax Drive WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY GIFTS McDaniel ' s (CSSO) Service Center ACCESSORIES, WASHING, EXPERT LUBRICATION 935 W. BROAD ST. PHONE FA 2127 George T. Reeves REAL ESTATE — LOANS Complete Insurance Service Representing the Aetna and other old-line companies since 1932 . For Service to Please PHONE FA 2720 Page 122 To Serve You A New and Modern FORD Sales and Service Headquarters BROAD STREET MOTORS, INC. Your Authorized FORD Dealer 1001 West Broad Phone Falls Church ,5100 CARS, TRUCKS. PARTS, SERVICE ALL MAKE CARS JANE ' S BEAUTY SALON Air Conditioned Next to Jefferson Theatre Complete Beauty Work by Expert FA 1127 Operators 606 Lee Blvd. FALLS CHURCH, VA. Compliments of FALLS CHURCH REALTY CO. 121 S. Washington St. PHONE FA 2122 Realtors Insurers HARDWARE PAINTS - GLASS 6847 Lee Highway BENDIX and PHILCO SNYDER COMPANY PHONE 1194 WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES Falls Church, Virginia PAGE-HUGHES BUICK, INCORPORATED Sales New Cars — Used Cars Service — Parts Accessories We Service Any Make Car 621 Lee Boulevard (Near Annandale Road) Falls Church, Va. Phone: JE 3-9700 Claude Wells, Inc. Nationally Advertised Clothing For Men and Boys FOR MEN Palm Beach Summer Suits and Slacks Bostonian Shoes — Botany Ties Hickok Belts — Arrow Shirts Stetson Hats Botany " 500 " Willston Shopping Center 106 E. Broad St. Falls Church, Virginia Page 12J F. A. McGonegal, Inc. Plumbing - Heating FA 4440 1061 W. Broad Street FALLS CHURCH, VA. OXFORD ROOFING COMPANY Complete Roofing Service 801 South Washington St. FA 0990 " Meet Your Friends Here” APOLLO Confectionery Restaurant 607 S. WASHINGTON STREE T FALLS CHURCH, VA. FA 9746 FAIRFAX DELICATESSEN 621 S. Washington Street FALLS CHURCH. VA. Kosher Style—Frozen Food " The Prescription Store " " Your Friendly Corner Drug Store” Falls Church Drug Store " At the Traffic Light” PHONE 1275-2575 Falls Church, Virginia To Buy, Sell, Rent or Insure Call FA 1450 ARFAX REALTY B W Linoleum Shade Shop GEORGE R. WEAVER JElferson 2-1547 625 S. Washington Street FALLS CHURCH, VA. PHONE FALLS CHURCH 1583 WEST END MOTORS Every Service for Any Car 1010 West Broad St. West Falls Church, Va. G W FROZEN CUSTARD on Lee Boulevard (U.S. 50) At Annandale Road Page 124 Compliments of WF AX 1220 on Your Dial ff Flowers for All Occasions” Falls Church Florist We Telegraph Flowers John A. Copland, Owner 721 S. Washington Street Lee Highway FA 2432 Falls Church, Va. OPEN SUNDAYS GREENWAY FOOD MARKET 725 S. Washington Street For Free Delivery FA 9801 (Dxforb Falls Church, Virginia Telephone FA 1100 228 W. Broad Street BROAD STREET DELICATESSEN 244 West Broad Street Falls Church, Va. MERES HAIRDRESSER Permanent Wave Haircutting S pedal ists PHONE FA 0323 232 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia Compliments of THE ALMA SHOPS Women ' s Ready-to-Wear and Buster Brown Shoes for the Family FALLS CHURCH ARLINGTON BROWSE ABOUT SHOP Home Accessories Gifts 6865 N. Fairfax Drive E. FALLS CHURCH VA. PHONE FA 5455 Page 125 I ®fje W. 3Tet Austin FA 1760 Snsiurartte 9gencp Tremont Building Supply 2700 Lee Highway INSURANCE CONSULTANTS Falls Church, Va. and Lumber - Millwork UNDERWRITERS Building Material - Feed - Hay Straw - Grain - Cement - Lime 151 E. Broad St. Plaster - Paint - Hardware - Glass Falls Church, Virginia Page 126 East wishes jy rom TAU PHI Groceries Snacks QUALITY DELICATESSEN 2700 Lee Highway Falls Church Sales Surplus Fishing Camping Equipment Surplus 588 S. Washington St. FA 6060 NALLS GARAGE 551 S. Washington St. Falls Church, Va. The very best of luck to all graduates., now and in the future. Harry W. Nalls McLean Elizabeth Wells TELEPHONES Elmwood 3344 - 9595 McLean Grill Hall I. H. O. V. Home Cooked Meals INSURANCE AGENCY Carper Steaks - Chops ! General Insurance McLean, Virginia Chicken Notary Contractors Famous Lockjaws Specializing in— 25 McLean, Virginia ROAD BUILDING Elmwood 9598 Phone Elmwood 3321 EXCAVATING GRADING TOP SOIL PEARL JOE Mac ' s Frozen Custard For a Quick Dessert McLean, Va. McLEAN HARDWARE PAINT HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES Phone Elmwood 3293 GLASS GARDEN TOOLS Free Delivery BURNS BROS. CLEANERS McLEAN, VIRGINIIA Elmwood 3330 EVERYBODY READS . . . THE PROVIDENCE JOURNAL McLean, Va. Elmwood 3322 Page 127 Arlington Compliments of Glebe Radio and Appliance Company RADIOS, RANGES, REFRIGERATORS, RECORDS, TELEVISION Lee Highway and Glebe Road GLebe 3311 Arlington, Virginia Compliments of JOHN A. NEEB Plumbing and Heating Contracts KE 3-5858 Arlington, Virginia GIFFORD ' S ICE CREAM AND CANDIES 5555 Lee Highway Arlington, Va. Extra High Quality Ice Cream and Choice Candies J. C. PENNEY CO. (Clarendon) ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA Arlington ' s Friendliest Jewelry Store INTERNATIONAL - GORHAM - TOWLE WALLACE - LUNT - HEIRLOOM STERLING ROGERS JEWELRY COMPANY 3172 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, Va. WESTMONT RADIO CO. 920 S. Glebe Road ARLINGTON, VA. Home and Auto Radio Repairs JA 2-6999 J. V. MACKEY D. M. MACKEY LEELAND MARKET 4750 Lee Highway ARLINGTON, VA. Finest in Foods Compliments of LEE LEXINGTON PHARMACY 5719 Lee Highway The Prescription Store Arlington, Va. Phone KE 3-5787 DAUPHIN LUTZ GARDEN CENTER 5515 Lee Highway Arlington, Va. Phone OW 9119 Page 128 Compliments of The Curtain and Linen Shop 2809 Columbia Pike ARLINGTON, VA. JA 8-3833 Jefferson Lee Delicatessen 587 Lee Blvd. The Home of Imported Domestic Delicacies Bauserman’s Service, Inc. Arlington ' s Oldest Chrysler Dealer Columbia Pike Glebe Road Phone JA 4-0900 Columbia Pike Flower Shop Corsages - Wedding Bouquets - Floral Designs 2818 Columbia Pike Arlington, Va. Alexandria FA 6097 Res. CH 7843 From Virginia Farms to Norva Realty Co., Inc. Virginia Homes Sales - Loans - Insurance Alexandria Dairy Products R.F.D. No. 2 JOHN C. GRILLE Baileys Cross Roads President Alexandria, Va. Company, Inc. Compliments of AL 2525 TE 5390 Alexandria Coca-Cola Bottling Company Page 129 HAYMAN ' S G. C. MURPHY CO. House of Fashion King and Washington 530 King Street Alexandria, Va. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA BRADSHAW ' S SHOE STORE " A Century of Finer Footwear” 508 King St. Alexandria, Va. 242 W. Broad St. Falls Church, Va. AL 0520 PHONE FA 3778 W. A. BARNETT’S SONS WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERS Schraffts Chocolates Paper Products — Fountain Supplies PHONE ALEX. 0496 115 KING STREET Best Wishes to the Class of ' 52 Theta Alpha Epsilon We, the members of Zeta Chi, take the oppor¬ tunity to add our support to the 1952 Jaguar of Falls Church High School. (Compliments of BETA GAMMA SHELTON BROS JEWELERS Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry Silverware 1531 Seminary Road Alexandria, Va. Farlington Shopping Center OVERLOOK 1757 Page 130 Washington, D. € E. M. (p xucut. COMPANY 813 13th St., N.W. — 2912 14th St., N.W. WASHINGTON. D. C. The Home of Your We Also Carry a Complete Line of Office Supplies Business Furniture Paper Products Phone ME 0252 WISE TEEN-AGERS are coming to Woodward and Lothrop for their new fall clothes. For you girls, there ' s the Young Fourth Floor. And for the men, it ' s the Men ' s Store, Second Floor, less than a minute via the electric stairway. CASTELL’S All Kinds of Sandwiches Including Tea Sandwiches 409 4th St. S.W. Tel. Ex-2522 ANCHOR POST FENCE ANCHOR POST PRODUCTS, CO. Washington - 3 - D. C. Lincoln 3-6660 Joy Young Chinese Restaurant 2609 Columbia Pike Free Parking Orders to Take Out Phone OW 9634 " Where Good Food Good People Meet” Page 131 Miscellaneous CROSSROADS MARKET FINE FRESH r T MEATS VEGETABLES Tysons Corner, Virginia — FA 6988 PHOTOGRAPHY IN THIS BOOK W. C. Saunders Co. by Merin Studios Makers of Fine Jewelry 1010 Chestnut Street 717 E. Grace St. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Richmond, Va. Play Golf at . . . Portable Bleacher Seats Fairfax Country Club Furnished by A Well-Kept 18-Hole Course Hussey Mfg. Co., Inc. Designed, Built and Operated For the Public And Sold by New Modern Clubhouse Southern Athletic Supply Co. Phone Fairfax 265 RICHMOND, VA. Page 132 BETA GAMMA PI Compliments of ETA CHAPTER ALPHA BETA CHI NATIONAL SORORITY COMPLIMENTS OF THE Class of ’52 of Falls Church High School Page 13 3 BAND AIDES OFFICERS President_Mrs. E. C. Intolubbe Vice-President_Mr. William. M. Flaherty Secretary_Mrs. Edward Greco Treasurer_Mrs. G. R. Balthis The Band Aides were organized in the fall of 1950 for the purpose of giving moral and financial support to the band. Uniforms and a sousaphone were pur¬ chased last year and several instruments this year. In order to finance these projects, the group sponsored several paper drives, a dance, three dinners, a tea and a tag-day. Personal contributions have also helped finance the band. JORDAN PIANO COMPANY CORNER 13TH and G STREETS, N.W. Band Instruments - Accordions Musical Accessories Pianos - Sheet Music - Records Electronic Organs " Washington’s Complete Music Store” Page 134 NNUAL CRAFTSMEN h u i u a eat — I a L 1C BUILDING OF A SUPERI¬ OR YEAR-BOOK REQUIRES THE CLOS¬ EST COOPERATION ON THE PART OF THE STAFF, THE PHOTOGRAPHER, THE ENGRAVER AND THE PRINTER. OUR CONNECTIONS AND YEARS OF EXPERIENCE ENABLE US TO RENDER A COMPLETE SERVICE. IF YOU WANT TO PRODUCE AN OUTSTAND¬ ING YEAR-BOOK, LET US HELP YOU. 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