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

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• • • to tfo STUDENT BODY OF FALLS CHURCH HIGH SCHOOL FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA We ‘Dedicate ”To Mrs. L. ' We dedicate this booh, historic record To you, who know our lives so very checkered With varied spots of good to poor. . . But you have made performances more mature By being you. Of littleness incapable, Your humor inescapable . . . Your generous interest in us thrives From June of ’58 throughout our lives . . . And with your honest teaching powers You gave us here our very finest hours. Alumni say “We made the grade By progress made In Senior vear. j And furthermore She did not bore But set before Her students high and low A priceless gift for learners fast and slow.” Mrs. Lenvin speaks “A way to think , you slatternI Alone, with one’s own mind . . . And leave behind 7 ’he trite, the clich’d pattern!” Her students proudly say “We learn . . . We get only What we earn . . . Excitingly we think. We cannot shrink From tasks that seem so monumental . . . She says they’re hard, but fundamental. So knowledge of Macbeth we gain “In thunder, lightning, or in rain” . . . At last we knew It all was true. And something new Began To stimulate . . . To elevate . . . And here we stand “On stepping stones Of our dead selves” Toward “Higher things.” Page 4 Mrs. Geraldine L. Lenvin “We learn . . . We get only What we earn ...” Page 5 Hi Kids! Sometimes you forget about me, but I’ve been with you at Falls Church all the time. I cheered at the games, deco¬ rated for the dances, fought my way in and out of the school buses, waded through scores of home work assignments and crammed for yea many exams. And all through your sighs of joy and groans of agony ... I have kept my record for 1958. Enjoy it as I have. - J. Jaguar Page 6 FACULTY Principal Neither rain nor sleet nor snow halts Mr. Mason. He has seen us through! In a calm businesslike manner he has mastered Asian flu epidemics, make-up days, over-crowded conditions, and has kept the school running at top-notch efficiency, from the smooth opening day through the final rush of gradu¬ ation time. His creation, the Student Staff, has been successful in reducing disciplinary problems. Page 8 i A A Mr. William Barrett Assistant Principal for Discipline Here is the man who keeps us on the straight and narrow. His attendance check-list makes us tremble. And yet we must admit that he is always a fair judge, and quite a likeable person when he gets out from behind that desk. Assistant Principals Senior Nancy Lidyarcl talks over a problem with Dr. Day. Dr. Orlo Day Assistant Principal for Instruction Dr. Day is in charge of that phase of school life which is forever important — teaching and learning. Most students know him as the friend who is always willing to give honest and helpful advice, in his office, in the hall, or at the Hot Shoppe. - ' A Office Staff MRS. LYONS, MRS. HUGHES, and MRS. TICEHURST in repose for the first time this year. Guidance Staff MRS. MILES and MRS. PAISLEY figuring out class standings? Library Staff MR. GOTT and MRS. JACKSON doing research on a term paper? English Department The English Department is the octopus of the school. It crawls uninvited into the Physics lab, Civics discussions, and unhealthily into the cookery of the Home Economics Department. You might be elated at successfully squaring the hypotenuse in a Math class, but one dangle of the in¬ finitive could well upset the triangle, and so it is through the corridors “like I told you,” no, my friend, “as I told you;” no one is safe even in the halls. The wails of correction echo from the eighth grade to the seniors where you alternately hear “Tomorrow and tomorrow ...” intoned along with an impressive routine of senior words designed to uplift the vocabulary and depress the spirit. Page 1 1 Science Department The Science Department orbited several times this year, dire most prominent was a first place winner in the Northern Virginia Science Fair. Benton Durley’s Solar Converter won top honors and sent him to Flint, Michigan, for the National Fair. Another ‘firing’ well known to us all was the annual ITS and SCF floating through the halls from 207. The fornraldehide from 211 ran a close second. Don’t let the innocent looks on Mrs. Chapman’s (seated) and Miss Shughrou’s faces fool you. Page 1 2 (iu.irii (. ' ttrrt ' nf fftsmry j II i Mill (I! III Social Studies In History and in Civics IV We learn what good governments are for ... Gently do we learn each day To sound off the democratic way. Mathematics Department From this department come the squares, cube roots and triangles that almost every student at Falls Church has tripped and fallen on at one time or another. ' —■H, ft. jef. . ' ■ Wt i 1 C- J 1 Social Studies — Of other people — For us kids By the teachers! Physical Education We put our gym things on — We take our gym things off, We just dip our toes in cold, cold water — Lest we catch a cough! Language Department ‘Je t’aime” they say in French ‘Te amo” it goes in Spanish And back with Caesar it went “ego amo te.” And in Old English “crazy love!” Music Department From Bach to Beethoven — From Handel with art And on to the moderns “You’ve got to have heart.” Business Department “Now is the time for all good men . ..” And so we typed forever and then. 5 riser Wr tgagd .y; i MS ■ F : iff . fit f V‘ — ' SI m W ii ' i MB Home Economics % ' L fj T MRS. SPRING, MRS. LEE and MRS. NELSON cut out a new dress. Could it be a chemise? MRS. CRUM follows in the footsteps of Rembrandt and Van Gogh with chief paint mixer, SHARON MORE- DOCK. Industrial Arts MR. STAGI, MR. COOPER and MR. SPRINGS I ON pore over plans. Per¬ haps a stop light to the Hot Shoppe? OFFICERS Left to light: DICK PHOEBUS, Senator; LINDA SILLIMAN, Treasurer; BILL CASE, President; MARY FREEH ILL, Secretary; KEITH HOLMAN, Sergeant-at-Arms. Senior Class The Seniors have wandered around during the past year about six feet off the ground and with term papers balanced on their heads. The New York trip interrupted pleasantly, but briefly, the Saturday afternoons of school. Seniors wondered if they ever would graduate. Finally and triumphantly the year drew to a close and they marched down the aisle to graduation — bedecked, becapped and begowned. They have arrived! Page 1 8 Senior Class OSVALDO AGRAMONTE JANE CHRISTINE ALLEN JOYCE MARUENETA ALLSMAN LUCY DUNBAR AMES LLOYD GEORGE ANDERS GLORIA KAY AREY WILLIAM T. AUSTIN PATRICIA ANNE AYLOR MILDRED ANN BAGBY LINDA KATHRYN BARWICK KENNETH LLOYD BERES NORTH BEVINS ♦ DALE WINTER BILBO WILLIAM BENJAMIN BLAIR JOHN BLANCHARD ♦ JOHN BOOTH WOODBURY MEGREW BURGESS EMMETTE BURTON Page 1 9 Senior ROBERT CAFFEY WILMER CLARENCE CASE MARGARET VIRGINIA CARSON ♦ EVALINE CHRISTINE CHADDERDON PATRICIA CHAPMAN JUDY CHILD HENRY B. CLARK CHARLOTTE ANN CLEEK JOYCE CLICK EMILY ISABELLE COBURN WILLIAM JOHN COCHE SUZANNE COCKEY A. JAMES COFFMAN JR. JUDITH ALEIN COGGIN SALLIE ANN COLTRIN ♦ ELIZABETH COMPHER JAMES COMPHER LAWRENCE H. CORN, JR. Page 20 lass JUDITH SUE CRISS MARGARET LUCILLE CURTIS TOMMIE LANE DANIEL PAULA ELIZABETH DAWSON LINDA DANILIK PHILLIP DA SAN MARTINO JILL DAVID DIANE ROBIN DEAN CAROLYN JOYCE DeHAVEN ROBERT EVANS DENNY SARA LOU DENTON ELLERY DONALD DeSANTO, JR. ♦ HARRY ELWOOD DIEZEL DAVE JEAN DINGER LINDA LEE DODSON ♦ SANDRA LEE DODSON JULIE ANN DOUGLAS JAMES E. DUNNING, JR. Page 21 DENNIS CRAIG FITZGERALD PRISCILLA ANNE FLADELAND MICHAEL FRANCIS FOLEY ♦ DA LE ROBERT FORGETTE JUDITH ROBERTA FRANKS MARY LILLIAN FREEHILL ♦ MARTHA ANN FRUIT GRETCHEN FUNK V. JEANNE GALLMAN jMMjg j egt Senior MAXINE DYER CAROL ELIZABETH EASTON FRAN ANITA ENGLER ♦ CARL G. ENGLING JACK KENNETH EVANS EDWIN EUGENE EYBERS ♦ WILLIAM GILBERT FAUNCE JANET ELEANOR FIELLIN LEE FISHBACH Page 22 lass RONALD S. GARDNER PAMELA KATHRYN GARRARD CAROL GIAMPA ♦ J. DOUGLAS GLASCOCK ANNA IRENE GLIDWELL LESTER J. GODFREY ♦ JEAN ANNETTE GORMAN WILLIAM R. GRAHAM WAYNE EUGENE GRAMLIN ■ S " t 7rJ’ v MARY GRAY GRACE EDITH GREEN RUBY FRANCES GROSS ♦ JULIE ESTILL GUINANE ROY WOODROW HARDING, JR. RICHARD E. HARDY ♦ JUDY HARGETT TERRY JESS HAROLDSEN RITA FRANCES HARRIS Page 23 Senior GEORGE ROGER HARVEY, JR. WILLIAM WHITE HENRY PENNY CAROLYN HILL ♦ DONNA MARION HOBBS BERNARD JAMES HOCKEY VIRGINIA HOLLIS ♦ KEITH T. HOLMAN HENRY FRANKLIN HOOTS SUSAN CAROLE HOWLAND BETTY WINBROUGH HUBBARD MIRIAM RUTH HUDGINS NANCY ANN HULL ♦ BARBARA ANN HURT JOHN HUZZARD RAYMOND CARL JENKINS ♦ FREDERICK EARL JENNINGS BARBARA JEAN JETER RUSSELL JONES Page 24 lass HELEN JUSTH ROGER WINFRED KEMP, JR. STEPHANIE LEE KING ♦ JEANNE LAUVER JAMES LAWRENCE JAMES E. LEEPER,JR. ♦ LINDA CAROL LESTER ROGER WILLIAM LEWIS LINDA LICHTMAN NANCY ELIZABETH LIDYARD DAVID WINSTON LONG, JR. LOWELL FREYER LOTT ♦ ROBERT CARL LUBA LETITIA VIRGINIA LYNN JUDITH MARION MANNING ♦ LYDIA ELLEN MARPLE JOYCE ELEANOR MARTENS MARY E. MARTIN Page 25 Senior RICHARD LYNWOOD MARTIN WILLIAM C. MASKER JOHN MICHAEL MAY ♦ JOSEPH R. MAZZEI LEE McCENEY WALTER GENE McDonald GARY WADE McGHEE GERALD ALLEN MEETRE DORIS JANET MELVIN SANDRA KAY METHENY ANN MILEHAM RUTH MILEHAM ♦ CHARLES M. MILLAR, JR. CONSTANCE LUCILLE MILLER MARTHA ANN MILLER ♦ LEE MINICHIELLO LEE THOMAS MINTON BARBARA JEAN MITCHELL Page 26 lass THOMAS KITTRELL MOORE SHARON LEAH MORDOCK EDWARD JEAN MOULIS MARY SUE OAKLEY GAYLE MARIE OLIVER SIDNEY EDWARD O’NEIL, JR. DALE JOHN MURRAY DOUGLAS JAMES MURRAY TOMMY MUSE CYNTHIA ANN MYERS CHARLES NAESER MARTHA ANN NEVILLE RONALD EDWARD ORNDOFF ALAN DALE PAGE THEODORE THOMAS PAPAS ♦ BARBARA JEAN PARKS roy Mackenzie PATERSON JAMES T. PATTERSON Page 27 Senior WILSON HARVEY POOLE ELLEN POPEJOY BEVERLY QUEEN ♦ GEORGE HENRY RAGLAND, JR. RUTH LOUISE REEDY MELBA SUE REFFETT ♦ PATRICIA GAIL REGAN STANLEY GEORGE REIFF CHARLES VERNON REYNOLDS x DORA EVA PATTISON ANNE BRIGGS PAYNE GEORGE E. PERRY ♦ NED THOMAS PERRY INABELLE MARLENE PHILLIPS C. RICHARD PHOEBUS ♦ JAN PLASTERER SANDRA LEE PLAUGHER PATRICIA ANN POOLE Page 28 lass ROBERT FRANCAIS RICHE DWAINE C. RILEY ROZELLA RITCH ♦ CAROL ANN ROBEY PATRICIA RODDY PATRICIA TAPPEN SCHAAFF ♦ JEROME G. SCHABEN JANET GRAY SCHEELA JAMES W. SCHLOTZHAUER SHERRON KAY SCHMIED SHIRLEY ANNE SCHOENEMAN JOYCE SHAFFER ♦ PAUL R. SHEGOGUE CONSTANCE LEE SHOMO LINDA ANN SILLIMAN ♦ CAROL ZANE SMITH ELIZABETH WALTERS SMITH JAMES ALFRED SMITH Page 29 Senior JOYCE JUANITA SMITH JOHN A. STANLEY PATRICIA SULLIVAN ♦ BEVERLY BRYAN SULPICE RAYMOND LEE TEDROW MARGUERITE MARY THOMAS ♦ RON THOMPSON CAROLYN TODD OWEN N. TONSTED DONNA JEAN TOOTHMAN ELIZABETH TOTH JUDITH LYNNE TRIPLETT ♦ DAVID ARTHUR TUCKER RONALD TUGWELL CECIL LOREN TUNE ♦ FRANK WAGNER LOTUS ANNE WAGNER BARBARA ANN WALKER Page 30 ’ T7 Class ANNE CATHERINE WATERS DONALD E. WILLIAMS NICHOLAS WILLIAMS ♦ ANN LUISE WOLD JACQUELYN DEE YANCY KEITH E. YORKDALE ♦ BARBARA KAY ZIEBARTH MOREY ZIMMERMAN RAYMOND PAUL ZIMMERMAN, JR. Page 31 . Tufty walked ? too much . . . Lies, all of it, lies . Come on, throw her . . . Broadway, here we come Page 32 Caught in the act . . . Guess who walked in! . . . Daddy cool . . . Gypsy Rose Jennings . . . He’s in there somewhere . . . Judy, where is your halo? . . . No. 4-1860 . . . Mr. Barrett, you don’t think that I . . . The morning after . . . Come, let’s stroll. Page 33 OFFICERS Standing: SUE RUST, Treasurer; RONNIE MUSOLF, Sergeant-at-Arms; HEATHER PEEBLES, Senator. Seated: DOUG HUDSON, Senator; PAT FINLEY, Secretary; JIM CAPPIO, President; BOB EVANS, Vice-President. Junior Class This was the year of Roberts, Vliet, and American History; of Toone, Ghandi and Emily Dickenson. This was the year of money¬ making schemes and a not-too-successfnl St. Patrick’s Day Dance; of rented tuxedos and prom panic. It was not in vain though; the year ended with has-been Juniors looking into the eyes of Lenvin, Mishou, and facing the prospect of the Senior trip. Page 34 Junior Class ALICE ABRAMS JEANNE ALGER ADRIENNE ALLAN NANCY ALLEN CARLIE ALLENDER MARY ANN AMON KARLEE AREY CLARE ARMSTRONG BOB AUBURN BRUCE BARKER JACKIE BARKER JIM BARNES RONNIE BEACH JEANNE BIEREN EUGENE BISHOP CRAIG BONESTEEL NANCY BOREL MARCIA BOWLING BEVERLY BOYES BARBARA BRADLEY ROLAND BRANDIS BILLY BREWER CAROL BROOKS BOB BROOMFIELD DEBBY BROWN DONALD BROWN NANCY BUDKE BOB BURNHAM CORDELL BURNHAM CHARLES BURROUGHS BOB BURRO WAY VIRGINIA BYLES CAROL BYRNES MICHAEL ANN CALLAHAN PEGGY CAMPBELL JIM CAPPIO CAROLE CARNAHAN MICKEY CARROLL TINA CARVER CHARLES CAVEL Page 35 Junior MARY CAWLEY DAVID CAZALAS JUDY CHAMBERS MIKE CHEW BETTY CHILTON FRIPPE CHISHOLM LYNDALL CLARK SUE CLARK DOREEN CLIMENHAGA CAMDEN COBERLY MARGARET CODISPOTI EDITH COGGIN JOYCE COHEN DICK COLE MIKE COMBS MARY CONNELLY KATHY CONNER OLIVIA COPELAND CHARLES CORBETT SHERLENE CORDANI BRENDA COULTHER EUGENE COWEN JACK CROSBY JACK DOLNESS JEFFRA DAVENPORT KENNY DEAN FRED DIERCKS DODI DILLARD LOUISE DISE CARROLL DIXON MARY DOBBIN BILL DORIN ARLENE DRESCHER BENTON DURLEY BOB EVANS JANE ESLICK JIM ERSKINE JIM ELLIS JUDY ELLER GEORGE FRUIT Page 36 Class CAROLYN FOUGHT CHARLEN FOSBURG KEN EOLLIEN BILL FOHRELL BOB FLEMING NANCY FLEENOR PAT FISHER JOANNE FISHER PAT FINLEY SHERRIE FIELLIN PAUL S. FIELD GARY FAVREAU PAT FARRELL PAT A. FARRELL STEVE FAIRHURST FRANK GANTT ELLEN GARFIELD PAUL GERICK EDDIE GLADE JOHN GOLBY PAT GOODING RICHARD GOODYEAR NANCY GUIRKIN KAREN GUSTAFSON BOB HAESE BILL HAGAN DAVID HAMBRICK TOMMY HAMILTON LINDA MAMMA JODY HANCOCK CAROLE HARGIS JIM HARKNESS GARY IIAROLDSON JUDI HAWKINS KENNETH HAW KINS JERRY IIENDREN BOB HERRMANN JEANIE HIERS BETSY HILL AL HOCKETT Page 37 Junior MARY HOUCK JETTIE MAE HOWELL JOELENE HOWELL DOUG HUDSON SAM HUGHES NANCY HUMBERT MARGARET HUNT LA NETA HUTTON RON INGRAHAM RON JACKSON DON JACKSON RONALD JACKSON KAREN JENKINS BILL JOHNSON LINDA JOHNSON DOTTIE JUSTII JO ANN KEAGAN EDWIN KERR KAY KIDWELL SANDY KILLEN DON KNUTSON LINDA KOGER JOHN KUHN DIANE LaFERRIERE BETSY LAMPIIERE BILL LAWRENCE MARY ELLEN LECKERT PAT LEEPER CHUCK LEIBFREID JEANETTE LEMON PAUL LEWIS LARRY LIDYARD BILL LINDSEY ROBERT LIPP JIM LIPSNER ERIC LOHMANN LINDA LOUGHTON LINDA LUCAS BILL LUSH JERRY MacFARLANE Page 38 Class ELIZABETH MANDIS JOY MARSH JANET MARSHALL SUSIE MARTIN ANN MASON MELINDA MASSIE BUDDY MAXWELL PAT McCRACKEN JAMES McDUFF PAT McGIVERN BILL McGOWAN ALICE MEAD IRA MELNICOFF JEAN MIC ALE SUE MILLER SUSAN MITCHELL VIRGINIA MOIST DICK MONCURE MICHEL MONTGOMERY BETTY MONTIGNY STEVE MOORE JOHN MOUTOUX SUE ANN MULLEN PAT MURPHY RONNIE MUSOLF ANITA OLIFF HERB OMASTA ANNE PARR HEATHER PEEBLES JEANESSE PENCE JIMMY PENDERGRASS DARRELL PERRY SAMUEL CARL PERRY, JR. FRANCES PHILLIPS CHUCK PINTO LARRY POPLIN PATSY POWELL CHARLOTTE PRINCE STAN RASBERRY PAUL REANEY Page 39 Junior DONALD REED RICHARD REID VIRGINIA RINK BERND ROESNICK MARCIA ROGERS CLIFFORD ROSE DON ROUND FILMORE RUEGG CAROL RUSSELL SUSAN RUST BILL RUTISER PEGGY SADLER LEON SAMPLE SANDRA SAMPLE RONALD SAMPSON RONNIE SANCHEZ KEVIN SCIIADE STEVE SCHARR LINDA SCHEERER KATHRYN SCHINDELAR SHERRISENTZ ELIZABETH SHERWOOD ROY SHOEMAKER KAREN SKRIVSETH EARL SMITH FREDA SPARKS BUZZIE STONE CHARLOTTE STOVALL BUTCH STRATTON DIANE STUART KEN STUDDS CRAIG TURPIN JUDY THOMPSON DOROTHY TETLEY WAYNE TAYLOR VEIDA VAN HART BILL VEACH BRUCE VORHAUER CECIL WALSH BARBARA WATERS Page 40 Class BRENDA WATSON RICHARD WELLES CAROL WHITE PAUL WHITE KAY WILLIAMS ANN MILLER WINGFIELD SHARON WIRTH DIANE WOODRING DIANE WOODS SUSAN WOODS ANNA WYCZALKOWSKI GEORGE YADER DAVID ZOLL Page 41 OFFICERS Left to right: BOB COOKSEY, Sergeant-at-Arms; RONNIE OLEYAR, Vice-President; JUDY FARNSWORTH Senator; SUSAN DELL, Treasurer; GEORGE ATWOOD, President; PAT SCHERER, Secretary; M. T. RUST, Senator. Sophomore Class The Sophomores with their wise glances have larked their way through their last year before assuming the grand old privilege of joining the ranks of upperclassmen. They tried desperately to have a Sock Hop despite the snow and finally, several weeks after the original date made it a rollicking success. Page 42 Sophomore Class BILL ABENDROTH NANCY ADAMS LARRY AKE KATHY ALLOTT DICK AMONS TERRY ANDERSON DIANE ANDRUSIA BUDDY APPLEWHITE MARY ARMON NANCY ARNI KATIE ARNOLD AMY ARNOW GEORGE ATWOOD ELEANOR AUERBACK FRANK BACON CHARLOTTE BAKER ARLENE BALDUCCI MAUREEN BALL GAIL BARBASH JERRY BARKER CHARLES BARNES JEAN BEACON JOANE BEANE SHARON BELKNAP BONNIE BENDALL LOIS BENNETT ANITA BENOSKI TED BENSON ALLAN BERES ROBERT BID WELL PAT BLEDSOE ANN BOBBITT JOYCE BOLT BETSY BONHAM MIKE BOUNDS LORELEI BOWIE PAT BRANDENBERG SUE BRANDENBERG BEVERLY BRATBERG BARBARA BRECIIILL MARTIN BRIGHT HELEN BROTHERTON JIM BROWN MARY BROWN BUTCH BRUMBACK SPENCER BUCKNER TONY BURNHAM ROY CAMPBELL MAUREEN CARPENTER MIKE CARR CAROL CARPER JANE CARTER MARILYN CAWTIIORNE LAN I CAYOT Page 43 Sophomore NORMAN CIIANEY LINDA CHILDRESS DELORES CHILLEM COOKIE CLARK JIMMY CLARK TIM CLARK ANN CLARKE CURTISS CLEVER HARRY CLICK BETTY COFFEY DANNY COKER YERGIE COLBY KEN COLLIS MADGE COMPHER JIMMY CONN BOBBY COOKSEY CAROLE COPELAND BUDDY COUSINS ANNE COX TOM CRANE ANNE CROZIER ANNA SUE CUNNINGHAM ALETHA CURTIS MERRIANNE CURTIS BILL DALNESS DANIELLA DARASCU HATTIE DARRACOTT HELEN DAVENPORT BARRY DAVIS alice Decamps SUSAN DELL SUE DERR MARY DICK EDWARD DOUDY CLAUDIA DOWNEY BUDDY DUCKER CHARLES DUNCAN CARL ENFIELD DENNIS ERTEL JAMES EVES DEANNA FAIRFIELD JUDY FARNSWORTH KATHY FARRELL PETE FISHBACK ROBERT FISHER WALTER FITE STEVE FLEMING BILL FLUKE BOB FOERSTER JANE FORD CHRISTINE FQRTSON ANN FOSTER CONNIE FOSTER DOUG FOUGHT Page 44 Class JAMES FRAGOLA WALTON FRANCIS NORMAN FRANK MAUDE FRANSEN MIKE FREEUILL MYRA FUNK LOIS ANN GAIGE JOAN GANT! ' SANDY GANYARD JUDIE GATES HENRY GESELL COOKIE GIAMBATTISTA SHARON GIFFORD JOHN GOODIN JOHNNY GOODWIN JAMES GOULD ROCHELLE GOULDE GARY GRAHAM BONNIE GREENWELL DIANE GREGORY SHIRLEY GRIFFITH PEGGY GRIGGS NIEL GRIMES SARA GROSS LEONORA GUARRAIA CHARLOTTE HAGAMAN RICHARD HAINES BETTY HALL BARRY HALSEY PEGGY HAMMOND LEWIS HANKES JUDY HANSEN PRISCILLA HARDIN CONNIE HARDMAN TEX HARNAGE HUGHES HARNED DAREN HARRIS CATHY HARTY DONNELL HATFIELD NICK HAYCOCK MELINDA HEARD PAUL IIEID CARL HEISHMAN JIM HEISHMAN PETER HELLMAN BILL HENRY KITTY HERZIG GEORGE HERZOG DON HIGHLANDER BILL HILBISH MONI HILDENBRAND CINDY HIXSON BETTY HOLLIDGE RICHARD HOOD Page 45 Sophomore CARL HOOPER SUSAN HUBBARD DAVID HUDSON BOB HUDSPETH PHIL HURLEY LOUIS IRWIN ROY JEFFRIES BOB JENNINGS EDWIN JOHNSON MARLA JOHNSON MARSHA JOHNSON SANDY JOHNSON JOE JOHNSTON DOUG JOHNSTONE BILLY JONES CAROL JONES PATTI JONES LOIS JORDAN RANDY JUDKINS DON KADEL BUDDY KAUFMAN BARBARA KELLY CAROL KENNEDY RICHARD KERNS PHIL KIRWIN PETER KREPIBIEL SUE KVALE CAROLE LAMMER KAREN LAMMER DREW LANDRUS TED LANE JOHN LANTZ JIMMY LAUVER JACK LAWRENCE THEODORE LEE GRAHAM LEWIS KENNETH ANTHONY LEW MICHELE LIBERATORE MARYE LENAHAN AMY LISONBEE JANET LITTELL JAY LODSON BONNIE LONG KATE LOOMIS ALVIN LUEDECKE MIBBY LUEDECKE ARDITH LYBERGER PETE MAHEW LINDA MARCHANT GEORGE MARSHALL LESLIE MARTIN SUE MARTIN LEWIS MASON STEVE MASTERS Page 46 Class JOE MASTRONARDY JO MAY TIMOTHY MAY KEN MAYHEW PHYLLIS KAY McCARTER JACK McCANLEY bob McDonald HARVEY McKEE KAREN McILVAINE BRUCE MERRITT ANN MEYER ELIZABETH MEYER TUCKIE MEYER FRANK MEYERS DAVE MILLER WARREN MILLER CAROL MINSHEW DOTTI MORGAN BETTY MORRELL ELEANOR MOSHER FRANCES MOLLEN MIKE MUSE BUTCH NEWLON CAROL NEWLON MATHEW NICHOLS BUTCH NICHOLSON JANE NIELSON FRANK NIVERT BARBARA NURGE KATHY O’CO NNER RONNIE OLEYAR PAT O’ROURKE WILLIAM OSTEN PAMELA PACKARD BARBARA PARAMORE DIANE PARKER MARY PATTERSON GARY PELLEY WAYNE PETERSON JO PHILLIPS ANN POLLARD JANET POPEJOY NANCY PORTER SANDY PUNKHEISER WARREN RAGLAND EDGAR RAMEY GENE RANVIER CAROL REAM TOMMY REED JAMES REEVES GAIL RHODES ELOISE RIGBY LYLE RITZE MERRILY ROBBINS Page 47 Sophomore Class KARL ROBINSON MIKE RODDY BILL ROELLE KAY ROESNICK LINDA ROHR MARY ROONEY CHARLENE ROSE MURRAY ROSS ANN ROWLAND M. T. RUST EDDIE RYAN EDWARD RYAN MARY SANDERS PEGGY SAUNDERS PAT SCHERER CHRIS SCIIEURING BONNIE SCHIFF JOANNE SCHINDLER JANET SCHMIDT ANN SCHNEIDER PENNY SCHWAB JERALD SCOTT RONNIE SCOTT ROBIN SEABOLT RONALD SEAL PAT SEYMOUR VICI SHORT SUE SIMPSON THOMAS SIMPSON HARVEY SMALL SANDRA STACKS DEBBI STAHL JERRY LYNN STAHLEP DAVID STANLEY BETTY STEELE HOY STEELE ANN STEPLER CONNIE STETLER LINDA STEVENS LIZ STIENSBERG VICKY STRINGFELLOW SHARRON SURLES ELKE TAEGTMEYER LEE TERRELL LYNDA TETLEY JOE THOMPSON PEGGY THOMPSON TED TIEDEKEN MARY ANN TIMMINS JANET TREXLER BOBBI TRITTIPOE BARRY TURANO JUDY TURNER ELIZABETH VAN HART Page 48 • ; Hang on to him, Jackie. I do? Three’s a crowd, Ilarkness. Watch out, Musulf, she’s rough. Sophomores study, too! When the smoke dears . . . Page 49 OFFICERS Left to right: MARTY PERSONS, Senator; PATTY BELL, Treasurer; LINDA SCOTT, Secretary; JOHN SILLIMAN, President; LARRY AKE, Sergeant-at-Anns; BILL KNESTRICK, Senator; JOHN RUST, Vice-President Freshman Class Freshman year, with new-found importance and the knowledge that the class was no longer at the bottom of the pile; with big- name subjects, proudly spouting first-year languages, and the thrill of being a real part of the high school machine. One year down, and three to go. Page 50 Freshman Class JACKSON ABELL TERRY AKE MARY ALLEN SUE ALLEN MIKE ALLENDER DAN ALLISON JAY ARMSTRONG RANDY ASHLEY LESLIE AXFORD GEORGE BAGBY CAROLYN BAILEY JANICE BAILEY ROSALYN BAIRD DIANE BALDUCCI ALAN BAKER DIANNE BALLOU BURTON BARBER, JR. MARGARET BARBER DALE BARRICK GEORGIANA BARRY GILBERT BATTS MARGARET BAXTER MARILYN BEACH JIMMY BECKER PATTY BECKER JUDY BECKMAN JOHN BEHRMAN CYNTHIA BELL PATTY BELL MIKE BERRY THOMAS BERRY JACK BILLHIMER BOB BINGHAM CAROLE BIRD CHRISTINE BITTING MARY JANE BITTING JOHN BLACKWELL BILL BLITZ ROBERT BLUNDO ELAINE BOBBITT BOB BOKELMAN PENNY BOLARD CAROL BOLT WAYNE BOLT DOROTHY BONNETT CHRISTINE BOOZE ELAINE BOREL DONNA BOSTON BOB BOSTROM PETER BOTOS RICHARD BOWER FIL BOWLER ELAINE BOYES KEN BOYSWORTH NANCE BRAMLITT ALFRED BRAUN EDWARD BRAWARD RAY BRIDGE JUDY BROCKMAN BECKY BROOKS BEV BROWDER RICKY BROWETT HUGH BROWN JOAN BROWN ROY BROWN JOHNNY BRYAN FRANCES BUCHANAN PATTY BUCHER SUE BUNTING MARK BUSH Page 51 Freshman BARBARA BUTLER JIMMY BUTLER BARBARA CAFFEY DIANE CAIRNS LEE CAMPBELL PETE CAMPBELL LARRY CARNAHAN BETTY CAZALAS CURTIS CHADWICK WAYNE CHADWICK JOAN CHERNOCK LEONARD CHILDRESS LYNDA CHILTON JACK CHRISTENSEN CAROLYN CLARK JEAN CLARK JIMMY CLARK SHARON CLEM BOB CLEVELAND FRED CLOUGH CAROLYN COFFMAN JEANETTE COLBY BILL COLE PAULA CORONA SUSAN COUNTS LARRY COVINS FRANK COWHERD PHILLIP COX SHARON CRAMER JACKIE CRAWFORD TOMMY CRISS JOAN CROSBY RUTH CROWLEY CHARLES CULBERSON PAT CULLEY STEVE CUMMINGS PETE DALE RONALD DANIELS VERNON DANIELS KATHY DAVIS CASEY DEAN SHARON DEAN PAUL DeARMOND BONNIE DENNY KITTY DENNY JOE DePIERRE DAVE DeSANTO ANN DeTEMPLE TONY DiPERNA JOHN DOHERTY MAUREEN DOHERTY LOGAN DONNEL MARGARET DOTSON RACHEL DOVE LYNDON DOYLE PAT DUFFY LARRY ELLIOT JUDY ELLIS MARY ERSKINE BUDDY EUBANK GERI EVANS RICHARD EVANS CHARLES FAULKNER RANDY FAZAR JACK FIELD JEANNE FISCHER CAROL FISHER ROBERT FITE SUE FITZGERALD SHARON FLADELAND Page 52 Class ELIZABETH FLETCHER JILL FRANCIS TERRY FREY ROBERT FTUEDMAN ART FRYE JOAN FULGHUM BONNIE GAONA CHIP GARRARD GEORGE GAVALAS CHAUNCEY GAYLORD RICHARD GEORGE LOUISE GILES CONRAD GLADE GAYLE GLEESON ELAINE GODFREY HOWARD GOHEEN PAULA GOLBY TERRY GOLDEN MIKE GOLLA GLORIA GONZALES ARLENE GRAHAM DIANNE GRAHAM EVAN GRAMLING PEGGY GRAY JANET GREENLEE BRAD GREMS NANCY GRESHAM WILMA GRIFFIN PETER GRIMM BEA GRISSOM BRUCE GROSSETTA JUDY GRUVER LINDA GULLINO ANN GUSTIN LARRY HACKNEY MARY HAERLE LYNN HAGEN JUDY HALL SAGE HALLOCK GENE HAMILTON DAVE HARBOUR CAROL HARKLEROAD JOAN HARKNESS DONNA HARRIS JIM HARRIS KAY HARRIS RICKY HART EDDIE HARVEY TOM HATCHER CAROL HAYCOX DAVE HAYES GENE HAYMAN CATHY HEALEY PAT HEALEY GAIL HEALY CAROL HEMER ELIZABETH HENDREN KAREN HERMANSON MIKE HERTEL JIM HEYWOOD DONNA HIGDON AUDREY HIGGINS RICHARD HOGAN CHUCK HOGGARD JANET HOLLAND SHIRLEY HOLLAND SUE HOOD BARBARA HOOK MARCIA HOOK PEGGY HOOVER Page 53 Freshman CAROL HOWARD LEWIS HOWARD JIMMY HOWELL BETSY HUDGINS GAYNOR HUDSON STEVE HUDSON BONNIE HUFEMAN LARRY HUGHES PAT HUNT PHYLLIS HUNT JOHN HURT SUSAN HYDE DONNA LEE IRVING JOHN ISENHOWER ELEANOR JACKSON BILL JACOBSON ALVIN JAEGER JAY JAYNES JUDY JENRETTE Virginia job DAVID JOHNSON JEAN JOHNSON JIM JOHNSON JOAN JOHNSON BEV JONES MARSHALL JONES SANDRA JONES SARALYN JUDD BONNIE KEAY HUGH KELLEY MICHAEL KELLEY BILL KENESTRICK DICK KILBURNE CAROL KIMBLE MARY KIMBLE PAT KIMBLE BOB KING MIKE KIPP PATTI KIRKPATRICK MADELINE KITTLE LYNNETTE KNIGHT ERNEST KNOCHE JOYCE KNOWLES TERRY KNOX RALPH KOGER RICHARD L. KORINK WANDA LAKE BOB LAM RON LAMB DONALD LAND MARNA LANDRUS BARBARA LANFORD IRVING LANIER BOZIE LAURENSON JUDITH LAWRENCE CAROL LEACH JOANNE LECKERT LAURIE LEDOUX EDITH LEEP JANET LEES MARILYN LEMON PHIL LESTER THOMAS LEWEE JOAN LINDSEY SARA LINVILLE DAVID LIPP WENDELL LITTLE DENNY LOHMANN JACKIE LONGRIDGE SANDRA LOUGHTON Page 54 Class CLAIRE LOUIS LYNN LOVORN FRAN LUCAS GEORGE LUDWIG ELLEN LUNDQUIST BECKY LYNN MIKE MABY DON MACE CAROLYNN MacFARLANE GORDON MacPHERSON CARL MANDIS JIM MARSH DAVE MARTIN PAM MARTIN CAROL )EAN MASKER RAYMOND MATTHAEI CHARLIE MATHEWS LARRY MATTHEWS ED MAZZEI james McCracken TEX McDUFF PHILIP McGHEE RAY McINTYRE jim McKinley Arthur McKinney Charles McLendon marion McMillan SUE McPIKE KENNETH McQUINN BARBARA McVAY KEN MECHAM PAT MEDD BILL MEETRE PHIL MEIGS DOUG MELICHAR WILLIAM MELLOTT BOB MEREDITH DON MEYER RAWLE MEYER KATHY MIDDLETON BOB MILLER RAY MILLER SANDY MONDAY BABS MONTNEY ROBERT L. MOODY JACK MOONEY JUDY MOORE PAT MOORE SANDY MOORE JIMMY MORRISON ANN MOSER BRUCE MULLEN BETTY MULLINS ROBERT MURPHY BILLIE MYERS CAROLE MYERS ANN NACKE EVERETT NAU JACKI NEEL BETSY NEWCOMER SUSAN NEWTON JAY H. NICHOLS BETTY NICHOLSON BRENDA NICLEY PATTY NINE ROBERT OFFTJTT DIANE O’GARA BETTY O’HARA REED OLIVER GAYLORD PARRETT Page 55 Freshman GORDON PATTERSON GLORIA PAYNE CHARLES PEACOCK VIV PEDONE JOYCE PENDERGRASS MARION PENMAN LYNN PERRET ALEXIS PERRY DAVID PERRY EVALYN PERRY MARTY PERSON RONNIE POCZIK PEGGY POOLE JEAN POPEJOY KATHIE PORTERFIELD JUANITA RAY CAROL PRESTON CHARLES PRINCE MARIANNE PROPST SYLVIA PURVIS KATHY QUINN TOMMY RAGLAND MARY LEE POSEY JOHN READE DIANE ReDAVID DONALD REID TOMMY RENTZ STEVE REYNOLDS CHARLES RHEBERG MARGARET RICE ROBERT RICE BURTON RICHARDS KITTY RICHARDSON TOMMY RICHARDSON TOMMY RICHTER PAT RICKETTS RICHARD RICKS BETTY RITCH DAVID RITTENHOUSE TIM ROARK LEIGHAN ROBERTS JANET ROBEY DANNY ROBINSON THOMAS ROBINSON BOB ROCHEFORT ROBERT ROEBUCK CHRISTINE ROEPSELL BECKY ROGERS MARCIA ROGERS ROGER ROSENBERG CAROL ROSENTHAL LEE RUDDLE CATHY RULE JOHN RUST JOHN H. RUTLEDGE MIKE RYAN MEDA RYNEX RAY SAUNDERS JOHN SCHADE DEAN SCHNITZ FRANK SCHOENEMAN DAVID SCOFIELD NANCY SCHUCKER LINDA SCOTT RANDY SCOTT HOWARD SEATON LA DAWN SEEDS DOLLY SEXTON BARRY SHARPE COLEEN SHIELDS Page 56 Class RONNIE SHREVE JOHN SILLIMAN BRENDA SIMPSON DONNA SIMS ESTHER ANN SKRIVSETH BRUCE SMITH CURTIS SMITH DIANE SMITH ANNE SNYDER ARTHUR SNYDER EDDIE SOMPAYROC MADONNA SPEARS JACK SPERRY PEGGY SPICER JACKIE STACKS DAVID STARR DON STEELE SHARON STEWART HOPE STINGLEY RICHARD STIPE DANIELLE STORMS VIRGINIA STORY DUANE STAUFFER GEORGE STRAUS JIM STRAYER ELAINE STRICKLAND PAT STYNE SHIRLEY SULLIVAN CORA SUMMERS JOHN SWENSON PAM SYMMES FRANN TARTASKY ANN TATUM MYONIA THIEN BILL THOMPSON GLORIA THOMPSON CLARKE TISTADT EDWARD TOWNSEND JUDY TRANTHAM DOROTHY TREECE DAVID TRUITT MIKE TYLER RONNIE VAIL DEREK VAN DER HEYDEN BUDDY VILLIARD PAT VINSON ANN WALKER DON WALKER MIKE WALLACH JUDY WALSH NANCY WARBIS LYNDA WARDEN BOB WAYMOST BILL WEHNER NANCY WERTH ANDY WHITE LINDA WHITE KATHY WHITFIELD JOHN WILKINS BOB WILLEY DOUG WILLIAMS JOE WILSON SHIRLEY WILSON DALE WINCE SCOTT WISOOKER LINDA WOODSIDE ALFRED WOODY JIMMY WORRICK JO ANN ZERBO BOB ZIMMERMAN Page 57 OFFICERS Left to right , seated: LOU ANN SCHWENK, Girl Senator; JERRY DAVIS, President; LU REE GRAY, Treasurer. Left to right , standing: JOE STACKS, Sergeant-at-Arms; DON RALSTON, Vice-President; BILL UNDERHILL. Boy Senator. Eighth Grade First at Falls Church; swamped in achievement tests and high school preliminaries, caught in the confused whirl of dashing from the Gulch to Glen Forest, and Glen Forest to the Gulch on over¬ crowded buses. Small, but rugged, they started on the royal road to high school. Page 58 T h e t a m a n Class SUSAN ABRAMS JOYCE AINSLEY JANET ALLEN JOE ALLEN MICHAEL ANN ALLEN CAROLYN ALWARD BRENT AMES ALLAN ANDERSON BUD ANDERSON CAROL ANDERSON GEORGE ANNAN AIAN ARDEN KENNY ARNOLD LEE ANN AUBURN ANTONIO AVALO MELVIN AVERY ROSANNE AUBRY SALLY AXFORD ANDY BAILEY DONNA BAKER DONNIE BALCH TRUDY BALL JEFF BALSAM SANDY BAMFORD SANDRA BASCAY JOHN BARILE GLENDA BARKER BETSY BARKLEY SPARKY BARLEON SIDNEY BARNETT JOAN BARRON SUZANNE BARRY PAT BARTHOLOMEW BARRY BATES SHARON BAUGH STEVE SAWEN PAULA BAWLES BUDDY BEANE BRUCE BEHRNAN JIM BELKNAP JOHN BERENSON JENNIE BERNHARDT DWIGHT BERNOT SANDRA BISHOP JIM BLACKBURN JEANNE BLANCHARD KENNY BLUMBERY CAROL ANN BOCK CAROLYN BOLT MELVIN BOLT NEVIS BORN ERIC BRADSHAW BOB BRAMAN LEM BRANCH ALLAN BRIDGE BARYL BROWN JO ANN BROWN JO ANN BROWN LESLIE BROWN RICKEY BUCHER SHARON BRUMBACK KIM BULLARD STEVE BUNTING ANNE BURDETT SANDRA BURGER BUDDY BIERLEIN DEAN BURROWAY JUDY BURTON ALISON BUSBY BOB CAIN JERRY CALLAHAN ROBERT CAMPBELL PETER CARELS KATHY CARMODY WAYNE CARNAHAN DAVE CARTER JIMMY CASSELS WALTER CATANZARITI DON CHANDLER RICK CHANDLER MELVIN CHEN FAYE CHILDRESS JUDY CLAPP JIM CLARIDGE BEULAH CLARK MAY GEN CLARKSON LEE CLEM JIM CLEVENGER TOMMY CLIFTEN ROBBIE CLOHAN TED COBERLY GARY CACKER1LL CAROL COFFEY TOMMY COLLIS GEORGE CONTOS PAUL COOL EDWARD CORCORAN JOAN CORDANI LUCILLE CORDANI JUDITH COULTHER Page 59 T h e t a m a n SANDY COUPLES BILL COWHERD JIM CRABTREE NOLA CRAVEN CONNIE CRAWFORD DINAH CRAWFORD MARION CRESWELL MARSHALL CROSSMAN DIANE CROWELL NELSON CROZIER HARRIET CURRY FRED CURTIS LUCILLE CUSTIDERO SHIRLEY DANIELS RICHARD E. DAVIDSON TOILE DAVIE CARLETON DAVIS CAROLYN DAVIS DIANE DAVIS JEROME DAVIS LANDON DAVIS DONNA DAY MARSHA DEAN DONNA DECKER SANDRA DeHAVEN ROXANNE DeMENBER SHARON DENNIS LARRY DETRICK ROBERT DIBBLE WILLIAM DIBBLE CAROL DINWIDDIE JANE DISE ABBIE DIXON BONNIE DOUGLAS RONALD DOWDY WILLIAM DOWELL JACK DOWNEY JIM DOWNING MIKE DRESSIN SONNY DUCKER ERNIE DRISCOLL NANCY DUEKER JOSEPH ELLIOTT MICHAEL EMERY VIRGIL ERWIN SUSAN ESLICK BOB FALLON CAROLYN FARRAR KATHY FENTRESS PETE FERRIS PAM FERRY MARY FINCHAM JAMES FINDLEY LESLIE FISHER JAMES FLEMING KAREN FLEMING BOB FLINT AL FORREST ROBERTA FORTSON KENNETH FOLTZ JEFF FOX JIMMY FOX CLAIRE FRANCIS ROSE MARIE FRANCIS SUSAN FRENCH PHIL FRIEDMAN BOB FULLER JACK GABRIEL BARBARA GALES MICHAEL GARRETT MARABETH GIFFORD BILL GILES ROYCE GIVENS GEE GEE GLOVER MARIAN GOLFIN GILLY GOLLA ANN GOOLSBY BRYAN GOOLSBY ROXANNE GRAF CHADDY GRAHAM GINNY GRAHAM DANNY GRAY LU REE GRAY VIRGINIA GRAY CHERYL GREEN LINDA GREEN JOYCE GRIFFIN SUSY GROSSETTA MARSHA GREENSPAN JOAN GRUVER GUY GULLINO INGA GUTHER PEGGY HALL CHARLES HAMMERSLEY JUDY HANCOCK MARY ANN HANKEN JOHN HANNZ BONNIE HANRAHAN DAVID HARDESTY DOTTIE HARNISH Page 60 Class ROGER HARRISON TOM HASLETT MART-HA HAURON DENNY HAWKINS GENEY HAWKINS PEGGY HAYMAN SANDY HANES EARL HEATWALE BETSY HENDERSON SHARON HENSLEY BILL HERBERT RAY HERZIG LYNN HESTON JIM HEUSEN BEVERLY HINK EDITH HOFFBERG DON HOLDER KERRY HOOK SHARON HOPPER JUDY HORNE PATSY HORNE JANICE HOSMER SUSAN HOUCK ROBERT HUGGINS ' NANCY HURLEY ELLIN IFFT CAROL INGRAM LYNN JEFFRAY JAY JARMAN AUTHOR JENKINS GLORIA JENKINS SAM JENKINS GARY JENNINGS MELODIE JENNINGS JOHN JENSON PEGGY JETER CAROL JOHNSON LUCILLE JOHNSON STEVE JOHNSON ERIC JOHNSTONE BOBBY JONES PAT JONES PRISCILLA JONES RONNIE JONES ERIN JORDAHN RICKY JORDAN WING JUNG RONNY KAM CAROL E. KARAMESSINES SUE KASEY CAROL KELLER NANCY KELM DICK KENDRICK BOB KENESTRICK MARY-BETH KERSHNER DANNY KEYS BETTY KIDWELL ROLAND KIDWELL LINDA KILLEN TOM KINCAID JOHN KING DERBY KISSAL HENRY KNAUF JOHN KNIGHT JEROLD KREIDLER JIM LAM JOYCE LAMBACK JIMMIE LAMMER BARBARA LEE PATTY LEEP DAVID LEFFAS JUDY LEVY LOUISE LIEBER PHIL LINDSEY RICHARD LINEBERRY CAROL LINN PAM LIPSKI MARY LISONBEE PAM LONG MIKE LUCAS KERRY LUDWIG CAROL ANN LUSKEY PENNY MACE AUDREY MacGREGOR KAREN MacGREGOR sherry Mackenzie ROBERT MADISON MICKEY MADRON JEFFREY MANEY JUDY MARCEY SHARON MATTHEWS BARBARA MAY LINDA MCALISTER BARBARA McCANDISH MARY RUTH McCLEARY MARY McCORMICK DONELLA MCDANIEL BARBARA McELROY BRUCE I. McGOWAN pat mckinley Page 61 T h e t a m a n LEE MEEKER AL MEETRE JUDY MESEROW CAROL LYNN MEYER CAROL MICHAEL BUZZ MICHAUX JUDY MILES DIANE MILLS TOM MILLS KENNETH MINEAR JOAN MINSHEW KENT MITCHELL PAUL MODSEN MARGARET MOIST JERRY MONTIGNY ALBERT MAPES ADRIENNE MORGAN THOMAS MULLIKIN CANDY MUZZIOLI GALE MYERS LOIS MYERS STEPHANIE NACE MARNEY NAESER MARY ANN NELSON STEPHEN NESBITT ALVA NESTOR KEMP NEWBERRY MICHAEL NICHOLS BRYAN NOLAN CATHY NURGE RICHARD NYE PAUL NYSTROM STEVE OMASTA SUE OVERCASH JOHN OWENS RAY PADGETT RICHARD PAUL PEGGY PEARCE FRANK PEELER LESLIE PERSONEUS SANDY PHILLIPS ' PRES PHOEBUS DICK PLAUGHER TYREE POSEY ANDREA M. POSSONY LINDA POWELL DURINDA PREDMORE BARBARA JANET PUGH JOHN PUMPHREY TOMMY PUTNEY BUTCH RADER DONALD RALSTON JANE RAND ROSALIND RATHGEBER MARTHA RAY BARBARA REAM BETH REANEY JANET REID PAUL REINGRUBER NORMAN RIENHART NANCY RESLER ALLAN RHODES PATRICIA RHOTON CAROLYN RICE FRANCES RICHARDSON JOHN RICHARDSON DOROTHY RICHTER TOBIN RICHTER JAMES RICKS CHARLENE RIES SHARON RIFFLE JENETTE RIGAND GLEN RINK KITTY RINKER LINDA RISDON ANN RITCHIE GRANT RITZE CHRISTINA ROAN CAROLYN ROBENS MARILYN ROBENS EVERETT ROBERTS LES’LIE RODD FRANK ROEBUCK THOMAS ROGERS PATTY ROSE JULIE ROSS LOLA ROYSTON RICHARD RUSSELL ANN RUST GARY RUST JOHN RYAN GLENN SAUNDERS AMY SAUTORO PAT SCHEELING GAIL SCHERRER GAIL SCHROEDER BEVERLY SCHROEDER LOU ANNE SCHWENK RALPH SCOTT SHERYL SCULL Page 62 Class JOAN SEAMAN WALTER SEYMOUR HENRY S ' HARPE DANNY SHEETZ SANDRA SHEGOGUE TOM SHEPARD NANCY SHERMAN JACK SHONG JUDY SIKES ELLEN SIMPSON MARILYN SIMPSON RAY SIMS ROBERT SISK BUTCH SISLER KENNY SKRIVSETH JERRY SPARKS BILL S ' QUIER DONNA LEE SMITH ROBERT SMITH ARNETTA SNYDER BILL SOUTH JOE STACKS DAVE STAFFORD RICHARD STANLEY ANN STAPF LARRY STARR STEPHEN STETES RAYMOND STERNER BILL STILES AL STIPE SANDRA STITH RUSSELL STOREY JOHN STORMS ' THOMAS STRATTON DONNA STRICKLAND WAYNE STROLE JUDY STRUCK JOHN STUDDS RAY STURGES GINNY SUMNER ERIC SUNDE DOUG SURLES KENNY SEIGER ANNE SWOPE JOSEPH SZABO CHUCK TAYLOR JOHN TAYLOR DON TERRILL KITTY THOMAS ALANA THOMPSON JANE THOMPSON GAY T HRASH JAMES TIFFANY MARTHA TOMPKINS ' KATHIE TRAVIS MICHAEL TRESENRIDER DANNY TRIBBY RAY TUGWELL EVELYN TUNE ROBERT TURNER BRADD TUTTLE BILLY UNDERHILL WAYNE VALIS LYNDA VAN AKIN BOB VAN ALLEN BETH VAN HOUTON DON VERDICANNO DOTTIE LOU VILLIARD JAMES WAGENER PAM WALD SUSAN WALDIE ANN WALKER SPENCER WALKER DIANE WASHBURN BRAD WASSER BARBARA WATSON MICHELE WHALAN NANCY ELLEN WHEELOCK RACHEL WHEELOCK BONNIE MAE WHITE PHYLLIS ' WILBERGER HELEN WILDER CAROLE WILLIAMS HAROLD WILLIAMS JAMES WILLIAMS LYNN WILLIAMS MARIAN WILLIAMS BUZZ WILLIS MARTHA WILLIS ARLENE WOLF JIM WOOD AMANDA WOODSIDE SANDY WOOLF CLAY YOUNG PHYLLIS YOUNG EVA ZERBO JOSEPH ZERBO Page 63 Look, Stan, he’s taking my picture. $ | Charlottesville, here we come! Scenes we’d like to see. The orderly room. Page 64 OFFICERS — Left to right: LEE MINICHELLO, Chaplain ; JEAN MOULIS, President; MARGARET CURTIS, Treasurer; MRS. CHAP¬ MAN, Sponsor; LUCY AMES, Secretary; BUDDY GODFREY, Vic-President. National Honor Society The National Honor Society is full of students whose class averages are E or G but whose par¬ ents wonder if they are really as smart as the report cards say. Honor Society members will be remembered for the lovely Christmas Dance with that mon¬ strous Christmas tree. Of course there was the Easter Seal drive with members pestering everyone for a nickel or a dime, or at least a penny for the cause. Page 66 Thespian President — MARTI MILLER, on stool on stage. Vice-President — PAUL FIELD, center front on stool. Secretary-Treasurer — MICHELLE MONTGOMERY, standing beside Marti. Clerk — CAROL ROBEY, standing behind Marti. Quill and Scroll President — MILDRED BAGBY, center front, first row. Vice-President — ELLEN GARFIELD, second from left, first row. Secretary — MARY DOBBIN, second from right, first row. Treasurer — CAROL SMITH, first on right, first row. Sergeant-at-Arms — MARTI MILLER, first on left, first row. History Honor Society The History Honor Society is new this year. It is primarily for Juniors taking American History. The organization seeks to further interest in the study of American background and the American scene. Science Honor Society The Science Honor Society is also a newly formed organization this year. Its main purpose is to present programs of interesting and informative talks on science to grade school children to in¬ terest them in science. If you see any of the members running around with test tubes and Bun¬ sen burners, don’t worry about it! That’s science! Page 68 Junior Honor Society The Junior Honor So¬ ciety, swarming with new members and school spirit, helped out with a success¬ ful College Night and aid¬ ed the National Honor So¬ ciety with the Easter Seal Drive. Societe Honoraire de Francais The French Honor Society started the year with only eight members, but grew by leaps and bounds after the induction in the early spring. The Frenchies thought all year of some way to raise money and finally arrived at the novel idea of selling potato salad, no less. Mrnmmm, but it tasted good! ' tmF 1 F A ■ Hats off to the group that’s always ready, willing and able to give an interesting assembly program! That’s the A Capella Choir. At the end of the year,, Miss Green holds those suspenseful tryouts and one always hears " Guess what? I made A Cappella!” A Capella Choir All State Seated left to right: JOYCE ALLSMAN, ALAN PAGE, JOYCE SMITH. Standing left to right: BOB HERMAN, BILL CASE, RON SAMPSON, HOY STEELE. jwgmmuuuiuiintuiui f 1 R i Jp k v gkji Mastersingers The Mastersingers is a small group; there are only 16 members, but you would never know it. They whip through those Madrigals with a professional air. We are sure that Superintendent Woodson will remember the night they came caroling. Music hath charm—and the Girls’ Ensemble en¬ hances it! Trained to sing as a harmonious group, these girls do Miss Green proud. Girls ' Ensemble IlilSIl DRUM MAJOR—GEORGE ATWOOD DIRECTOR—MR. HAUER Band and Majorettes Left to right: DONNA SIMS, BOB LIPP, KEN FOL LIEN, TINA FUNK. Band Officers Remember the times you stared out the window, when you should have been doing class work? Little old teacher didn’t have a chance when the band marched up and down the field! All that marching was worth it! The band and the majorettes, led by Bev Sulpice and Joyce Allsman, helped to make the football season a bang-up suc¬ cess and added their music and high marching spirit to the All State Band, the Winchester Parade and the District Four Festival. All State Band Left to right standing: ED VARNER, TOM DANIEL, PETE HELMAN. Left to right seated: JOE DE PIERRE, MARTHA KERR DONNA SIMS. m y i m pR ' £ j ▼ If V ‘ • HK ' ' j . y- X J| h .sP » HI 1 ■ % ' :X v v ' v ■•tT-T.., y ‘SfrW i Vt l , in®;- llM « - v ;A v • A 1 :■ • ' ' • " 1 Drama Department " The show must go on!” This is the famous slogan that the Drama department is still crying after three postponements of the play, The Cat and The Canary. Originally scheduled for December, it was first post¬ poned because of Asian Flu. It was postponed until February, but the snow put it out of business. Striving for a March performance we were forced to have a " dark” stage due to a storm which brought down the wires. Amid all of this distress, there was one bright spot. Our one-act play, Early Frost , won a Distinguished Rat¬ ing in the District Festival. This meant Charlottesville and the State Festival. Shouts of victory were really in order when we received the Distinguished Rating at Charlottesville. Though hectic, the year was wonderful. We had fun fighting our way to the school on " snow days” to rehearse just in case we could go on. Such are the trials and tribulations of the Falls Church Drama de¬ partment. Stage Hands Richard Welles and Bill Rutiser ‘Early Frost ' Early Frost by Douglas Parkhirst. From left to right: MICHEL MONTGOMERY, ANNETTE YARMAN, ALICE MEAD, CAROL ROBEY, MARGARET CURTIS. Not pictured —MARTI MILLER. " Cat and Canary " From left to right: PAUL FIELD, CAROL ROBEY, TOM MINTON, GARY FAVREAU, HOY STEELE Seated DALE BILBO PAT MURPHY, LINDA LOUGHTON. Not pictured—MARTI MILLER. iSi 1 ft! 1 m id Ikh ■ i. u 1 i « i ; Tjj, ’Tit Jy i ■ _ Debate Club Sponsors MR. ALLEN MISS COTTON Debate Team Left to right: PAT MURPHY, TOM MOORE, NORMAN FRANK, ROLAND BRANDIS. Forensics Forensics for ’58 really gathered honors for Falls Church in national, state and local competition. This year will long be remembered for rehearsals in the library and the voice of Mrs. Jackson heard over the murmur of poetry, prose and the speeches. Top honors went to Pat Murphy who won the State Key Club Oratorical Contest and will compete in the National competition. Pat also won the American Legion county contest in the district and zone and placed third at State. He also represented Falls Church in Debate and Prose Readings. His alternate for the school was Janet Littell. Ron Sampson won a first in Public Speaking and will go to State while Marti Miller placed third in Girls’ Public Speaking and Linda Jo llanima won a distinguished in Poetry Reading. Martha Fruit represented us in Spelling with alternates Jim Cappio and Hoy Steele and the Prose Reading position was held down by Adri- anne Allen. Page 78 MIKE FOLEY BILL FAUNCE TUFEY BURTON ALAN PAGE MIKE MUSE TOMMY HAMILTON GEORGE PERRY NORMAN BEACH HARRY DIEZEL BUTCH Varsity Football BUDDY GODFREY JOHN BOOTH COACH ART VALOTTO SEAM SFM FD Varsity Basketball JIM HARKNESS KEITH HOLMAN WAYNE TAYLOR DREW LANDRUS JIM SCHLOTZIIAUER BILL FAUNCE CAM COBERLY JIM SMITH ERIC LOHMANN BUTCH EYBERS BILL DALNESS BUDDY GODFREY Page 83 i j 1 1 k ii i 9 t Vi 1 ’ 1 The success of our basketball team was due to a variety of essentials that make up a winning effort. The players on the team were skilled and the com¬ petition was keen. The team had desire and hustle, a good defensive and offensive balance, and the ability to come back after a loss—a real hard-nosed ball club when the chips were down. An immeasurable factor important to our success was the enthusiasm of the student body. Never in the history of Fairfax County athletics has a team enjoyed such support. The kids could smell a winner! Co-Captains John Booth and Keith Holman led the team by demonstrating in practice the hustle and hard work. Butch Eybers demonstrated the team balance through individual scoring in the Wakefield game and Bill Faunce proved his value with his consistent de¬ fensive rebounding. Cam Coberly, the only starting Junior, is our outstanding defensive player, while Wayne Taylor and Jim Schlotzhauer were big factors in our success. The hustle and drive of Jim Smith, John Booth, Lester Godfrey, Jim Harkness, Drew Landrus, Spencer Buckner, and Rick Lohmann made us a GO- MAN-GO team. Varsity Basketball Hi-ho! Hi-ho! Page 84 1 • VH W- 1L ' -7 J fc J[ mwir I’ff % 1 Ac.- £ , J I « mk jft .iJA M f WL ’ WMM Across the top: JEANNE HIERS JUDY MANNING, LINDA SIL- LIMAN, BEVERLY BO YES, SHERRY FILLIEN. Down: NANCY LIDYARD, MARY FREEHILL, SUE OAKLY, CIN¬ DY MYERS, JACKIE YANCY. Varsity Cheerleaders Page 85 !ARf . »• Varsity Baseball Left to right, top: BRUCE MERITT TOMMY MUSE TUFFY BURTON JIMMY CONN LARRY CORN FRED JENNINGS DENNY FITZGERALD BOB JENNINGS BUDDY TUG WELL MR. DOVE MR. GREASER Page 87 COACH—MR. CHAUDET Track Team With Senior Mike Foley “putting the shot,” Bob Denny taking the hurdles, and Bernie Hockey sprinting, the ’58 track season be¬ gan. Disappointed by the first few meets, but inspired by the memory of the ’56 and ’57 Championship and the guidance of Coach Chaudet, the team went on for a successful season. The team received real support from its Juniors and Sophomores such as Craig Turpin, Ronnie Oleyar, Bill Fohrell, Bob Evans and Greg Fairhurst and others. Page 88 Left to right: AMY ARNOW, ELAINE BOYES, ANNE STEPLER, CHARLOTTE BAKER Captain; KATHY QUINN, SANDY JONES, MARTY PERSONS; CONNIE HARDMAN, center. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Junior Varsity Football Lunchtime Pep Rally Page 90 Junior Varsity Basketball coach - mr -camped Coach Campbell and Players at Half Time " ■ ' ■ p$m Page 91 Junior Varsity Baseball Page 92 Eighth Grade Cheerleaders Eighth Grade Football Eighth Grade Basketball Eighth Grade Baseball COACH—MR. OLSEN Girls ' Varsity Basketball COACH—MISS BIRCH • Jaguar Helps Team Make Two Girls ' Varsity Softball Girls ' Junior Varsity Basketball Girls ' Junior Varsity Hockey Girls ' Junior Varsity Softball U ' ■ 1 3 j» ' . Ha f - U ' H $ i V v ■j ■pnr- 1 Taylor wins on the fast break. Go, Corberly. Eyebers helps with two. Most Popular JIM SMITH MARY FREEHILL Wittiest KEITH HOLMAN L ETTY LYNN Most Athletic BILL FAUNCE BEVERLY SULPICE Best Dressed JIM DUNNING RITA HARRIS Personality Plus BUDDY GODFREY LINDA SILLIMAN Senior Best All Round SUE OAKLEY JOHN BOOTH Friendliest STEPHANIE KING BOB DENNY Most Likely to Succeed LUCY AMES LEE MINICHELLO Most Talented MARTI MILLER RUSSELL JONES Most Attractive JOYCE SHAFER STAN RE1FF Superlatives mmmm m w r • OTN UKf.j 4|Wn I w£ ' ■ 1 V 41 F- " • rr -J " 3 SS ST k » «i Clockwise, from left to right: NANCY LIDYARD, Ma id of Honor ; LINDA SCOTT, JEANNE HIERS, ANNE WATERS, MARY FREEHILL, Queen; JOYCE SCHAFFER, CHARLOTTE BAKER, SUE OVERCASH. Homecoming Court Homecoming Weekend The Homecoming Game was the height of success this year be¬ cause the Jaguars finally came out on top. This fact overshadowed the disappointment of having regular convertibles instead of Jaguars and the fact that Mary Freehill, Homecoming Queen, received a gold football with 1955 inscribed on it because hers was not ready yet. And then came the dance with its ethereal decorations and lovely, formal atmosphere. The music of the band wafted over the gym, giving a dreamy effect combined with those strange blue lights on the stage. The court, of course, was magnificent with Mary making every other queen from the past look pale in comparison. Page 103 Seated, left to right: CHRISTINA ROAN, ELAINE BOYES, JERRY SPARKS, MARTY PERSONS, BEVERLY BOYES, LINDA SILLIMAN. Standing, left to right: SHERIE FIELLEN, JUDY MANNING, TUCKIE MYERS, STEPHANIE KING, KAREN McILVAINE, GINGER BROWN WATSON, 1957 Queen; SUE OAKLEY, Queen; PAT FINDLEY, Maid of Honor; MONI HILDEBRAND; GLORIA PAYNE; LUCILLE CORDANI; NANCY BOREL. Sweetheart Court Ginger Brown Watson , 1957 Queen with Sue Oakley Reigning Queen After having been postponed and almost forgotten, the Sweetheart Dance was finally held on March 29. Due to the glorious decorating job done by the as¬ sorted members of the S.C.A. and other organizations, the gym was literally transformed. Although getting out of school at 1:00 made it a terrific race, the prac¬ tice of decorating the gym five weeks before helped speed up the whole job considerably. The band, be¬ tween breaks, lent a dreamy atmosphere. As usual, the court appeared with mixed emotions of nervousness and excitment, dressed elegantly and lending loveliness to the formal scene. To sum it all up, the dance was a huge success. Page 104 Standing, left to right: MARY FREEHILL, Homecoming Queen; KAY AREY, JACKIE YANCY, JOYCE ALLSMAN, HEATHER PEEBLES, Maid of Honor; JUDY COGGIN, Prom Queen; MARTI MILLER, LETTY LYNN, SARA DENTON, CINDY MYERS. Seated: SUE OAKLEY, Sweetheart Queen; SANDY DODSON. Prom Court The Junior-Senior Prom, with all the worries leading up to it, was held with furbishes and fur¬ belows at the Willard Hotel on May 30. Prom Queen, Judy Coggin, with all her court in attend¬ ance, gave this last but most important dance of the year that extra something of grandeur and glamour. The crowning of the Queen by last year’s Queen, Jean Reed, gave a regal, formal touch to the evening. It will be one that is long remembered. Note: Not easily forgotten either was the beach party which followed. Page 105 fjM Sk f L n ■ ' " 41 m ' jm - ■ Sadie Hawkins Characters Lil Abner. Daisy Mac Cave Gal Wolf Gal Tiny Yokum Marryin’ Sam Mammy Yokum Pappy Yokum Mike Foley Anne Waters Judy Manning Mary Freehill Bill Faunce Lloyd Anders Jackie Yancy Fred Jennings itnil Mill RDIE flWKiMS ORncE Seated from left to right: SUE OAKLEY, Secretary; BUDDY GODFREY, Vice-President; MR. BARRETT, Advisor; JIM SMITH, President; JEANNE HIERS, Treasurer. , Student Council Association Seated from left to right: HEATHER PEEBLES, JUDY FARNSWORTH, MARTA PERSONS, BUDDT GODFREY, M. T. RUST, DOUG HUDSON, DICK PHOEBUS. Student Council Representatives Those secret meetings in the library have been exposed at last! They consist of Jim Smith and Company feuding, passing reams of legislation and staying out of class. Even so, they have accom¬ plished a great deal for Falls Church this year and have been awarded a new lease to the library due to their excellent record. Page 109 Student Staff The Student Staff bounded into its second year at Falls Church, ever bigger and more power¬ ful. Under Mrs. Jackson and Mr. Mason operations went smoothly and with the help of Buddy Ragland, Carol Robey, Linda Hamma and Harry Diezel, activities have been supervised and trouble reduced to a minimum. Page 1 1 0 Sponsor IRENE R. CARPENTER Sponsor ANNIE A. ROMANUS Astronomy Club Latin Club Guidance Staff Library Staff Office Staff Clinic Staff Bus Drivers Office Staff ■ i 4 jawav te ' vi i $. P. T. A. King and Queen GEORGE ATWOOD, MR. MURPHY, MARY LENEHAN King and Queen for a day! Nobility was crowned by Falls Church High School S.P.T.A. as a climax to its one tremendous fund-raising project in order to finance the two generous $250 scholarships to go to the top academic senior boy and girl for the 1957-1958 year. The Spring Carnival was both a financial and a social success and Falls Church owes much to its active and interested parent group. S.P.T.A. programs have included Back-to-School Night, lively educational panels on the Junior High School plan versus the present system, and on the improvement of stu¬ dents’ reading, as well as musical and forensic programs. Mr. Davis and Mr. Murphy line up the show. Junior Civitan Club Seated at front of table, MR. CHAUDET, Sponsor; seated from left, MIKE FOLEY, Sergeant-at-Arms; fifth from left, JIM SMITH, President; next, BILL AUSTIN, Secretary; PAT MURPHY, Chaplain; JIMMY CAPPIO, Vice-President, is standing behind Jim Smith. The Key Club really had a blast this year as it culmi¬ nated its year’s activities at the annual Key Club Conven¬ tion. They placed first for achievement and second for single service. One of the most remembered of the activities was “Maid and Butler Day.” The maids and the butlers straggled to class late all day exhausted, in a serf-like fash¬ ion, after having hauled mounds of books around for some unknown schoolmate. Page 116 Seated from left: MISS GREEN, Sponsor; JOYCE ALLSMAN, Chaplain; LINDA SILLIMAN, Vice-President; NANCY LIDYARD, President; LUCY AMES, Treasurer; ANN WOLD, Corresponding Secretary; JACKIE YANCY, Recording Secretary. Key ettes The Keyettes, in co-operation with the Key Club, helped many of the kids live through football games by selling them hot dogs. They also ran breathlessly to classes, wearing weary smiles on “Maid and Butler Day.” One of the biggest contributions of the Keyettes was the money earned toward a foreign exchange student. When this friend from abroad materializes, he or she will be another Falls Church First! Page 1 1 7 r -fig t - |||| -m m z Ill 11 ■Pt ill III 1 - - It " -1 1 ■MHKk T r Mi wk j «T px French Club SPONSORS—MRS. SULPICE AND MRS. LAURENSON Chess Club SPONSOR—MR. WILLIAMS Majorette Club SPONSOR—MR. VLIET Future Homemakers SPONSOR—MRS. SPRING Art Club SPONSOR—MRS. CRUM Bowling Club SPONSOR—MRS. MOORE Future Teachers SPONSOR—MRS. LILLY Junior Red Cross SPONSOR—MISS COTTON D. 0. Club Sponsor, Mr. McQuain Bible Club Sponsor, Mr. Vanderslice n Bit. • i Infill JMlilli- ' - 1 ffl 4 VT. - r 1 a m, I Editor-in-Chief, JOHN BOOTH; Assistant Editor, ELLEN GARFIELD. Jaguar Journal The Jaguar Journal staff, begrimed with printer’s ink and carbon paper has struggled to give us a newspaper periodically all year long. On top of this they provided those grim Saturdays with food and drink which helped to assuage shattered nerves and at football games they dished out programs which everyone read with fervor and trampled with equal fervor. PAGE EDITORS —Left to right: ANN MASON, Second Page Editor; LINDA LOUGHTON, Third Page Editor; STEVE MAS¬ TERS, Head Copy Reader; LOANNE WAGNER, First Page Editor; BOB EVANS, Sports Editor. BUSINESS STAFF — Left to right: SANDY LOUGHTON, Assistant Business Manager; LLOYD ANDERS, Business Manager; JUDY ELLER, Circulation Manager; BOB AUBURN, Advertising Manager. Business Stuff General Stuff Page 125 ASSOCIATE EDITORS: MILDRED BAGBY, GIGI GEYER, and CAROL SMITH. Business Stuff BUSINESS STAFF: CAROL SMITH PAT SCHAAFF. MARY DOBBIN, MARTHA FRUIT, JUDY CHILDS, GIGI GEYER, PAUL FIELD, and The 1 aw Print shall long be remembered for its coffee on cold mornings and doughnuts on hungry afternoons. All through the winter they collected good material and bad material until they compiled a magazine worthy of the name Paw Print. All this despite the increasing competition from Alfred E. Newman and Mad. General Staff • « ' a iiiuKimiiiiiiiiiiiu LOWELL LOTT, Associate Editor, LUCY AM S, Editor, and MR. CRAWFORD, Faculty Advisor, caught by one of their own cameramen. Seated, left to right: CECIL TUNE, JUDY ELLER, MARCIA ROGERS, KAREN McILVAINE, DIANE STUART. Standing: WALT MacDONALD, SANDY KILLEN, LINDA BARWICK, JUDY CHAMBERS, TUFFY BRUTON, FRAN ENG- LER, BARBARA HURT, ROY HARDING. PAULA DAWSON Lay-Out Editor Auxiliary Staff DICK PHOEBUS Business Manager JUDY FRANKS ANN WOLD Circulation Managers PAT SCHAAFF Art Editor From left to right: SANDY DODSON, ANNE PAYNE, JANET SCHEELA, BOB DENNY, CAROLYN De HAVEN, BUDDY RAGLAND, JUDY COGGIN, BERNARD HOCKEY, DONNA HOBBS. Senior Directory OSVALDO AGRAMONTE— “Ozzie”—Maristas, Camaguey, Cuba 1; Havana Military Academy, Cuba 2; Track Team 3; Paw Print 4. JANE CHRISTINE ALLEN—’’Jane”—Central High, London, Eng¬ land 1; Newspaper 4; Future Homemakers 4. JOYCE MARUENETA ALLSMAN—“Joyce”—Girls’ Chorus 1; Jun¬ ior Honor Society 1, 2; Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Ma¬ jorette Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; J. V. Basket¬ ball 3; Student Staff 3, 4; Ke yette Club 3, 4, Chaplain 4; Jaguar 3, 4, Picture Editor 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Mastersingers 4; Pep Club 4. LUCY DUNBAR AMES—“Lucy-Lou”—Junior Honor Society 1, 2, Secretary 2; Art Club Secretary 2; S.C.A. representative 1, 2, 3; Assistant Art Editor Paw Print 3; Junior Yearbook Staff 3; National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Keyette Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Student Staff 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Homeroom President 4; Editor-in-chief, Jaguar 4; Faculty Award Outstanding Sophomore 2; Woman’s Club Award Outstanding Junior 3; “Most Likely to Succeed” 4. LLOYD GEORGE ANDERS—“Lloyd”—French Club 1; S.C.A. rep¬ resentative 1; Stage Crew 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 3; For¬ ensics 2, 3; Vice President Homeroom 2, 3; Baseball 3; Science Fair 3, 4; Student Staff 3, 4; Jaguar Journal 4; “Marryin’ Sam” Sadie Hawkins Day 4. ELWOOD STUART ARBO, JR.—“Woody”—Yokohama High School, Yokohama, Japan 1, 2 . GLORIA KAY AREY—“Kay”—Enterprise High School, Enterprise, Alabama 1; Ozark High School, Ozark, Alabama 2; Keyette Club 4; Student Staff 4; Picture Editor, Jaguar 4; Alternate S.C.A. representative 4. WILLIAM T. AUSTIN—“Bill”—Model Airplane Club 1; “Okla¬ homa” 3; Golf Team 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, Chairman Hospitality Committee International Key Club Convention 3, Secretary 4; Boy’s State 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Student Staff 4; Boys’ Chorus 4. PATRICIA ANNE AYLOR—“Patsy”—Coolidge High School 1,2. MILDRED ANN BAGBY—“Mildred”—Crafts Club Secretary 1; Jun¬ ior Honor Society 1, 2; Paw Print 2, 3, 4, Assistant Business Man¬ ager 3, Assistant Editor 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 4. LINDA KATHRYN BARWICK—“Linda”—Sub-Deb Club 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Jaguar 4; Student Staff 4; Manager Girls’ Bas¬ ketball 4. KENNETH LLOYD BERES—“Ken”—Colejo Americano 1, 2; Bus Driver 4. DALE WINTER BILBO—“Dale”—Dramatics Club 1; Jaguar 4; Jaguar Journal representative 4; “Cat and the Canary” 4. JOHN BLANCHARD—“John.” WILLIAM BENJAMIN BLAIR—“Bill.” JOHN BOOTH—“Johnny”—Camera Club 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 2, Co-Captain; S.C.A. repre¬ sentative 2; Key Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; National Honor Society 4; Student Staff 4; Editor-in-chief, Jaguar Journal 4; Vice President of Senior Class 4; Variety Show 4. LARRY WILLIAM BRINSON—“Larry”—Groveton 1, 2, 3. CURTIS BROWN—“Kirk”. WOODBURY MEGREW BURGESS—“Megrew”—North Junior High School, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1; Bus Driver 4. EMMETTE BURTON— ' “Tuffy”—Carlish High School, Carlish, Pennsylvania 1; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Baseball 2; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Forensics 2, 3; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Varsity Show 4. ROBERT CAFFEY—“Bob”. MARGARET VIRGINIA CARSON—“Peggy”—Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Future Homemakers of America 4; Girls’ Chorus 3; Girls’ Ensemble 4; National Honor Society 4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA CHAPMAN—“Pat”—Treasurer Freshman Class 1. WILMER CLARENCE CASE—“Bill”—J.V. Football 2; Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; “Oklahoma” 3; Vice-President, Junior Class 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Student Staff 3, 4, Supervisor 4; Mastersingers 4; All State Chorus 4; President Senior Class 4; S.C.A. representative 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDY CHILD—“Judy”—Wakefield High School 1, 2; Forensics 3; Paw Print 3, 4, Literary Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; National Quill and Scroll 4; Student Staff 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4. HENRY B. CLARK—“Henry”. CHARLOTTE ANN CLEEK—“Charlotte”—French Club 1; McLean High School 2; A Cappella 3, 4; Student Staff 4. JOYCE CLICK— “Click” —Crew on “Oklahoma”, “Time Out For Ginger” 3; National Thespian Society 4; Crew, “Cat And The Canary” 4. EMILY ISABELLE COBURN—“Freddee”—George Washington High School, Alexandria, Va. 1, 2; Girls’ Chorus 3; Girls’ Ensem¬ ble 4. WILLIAM JOHN COCHE—“John”—Football 1; Basketball 1, 2; Class President 2; Key Club 1, 2. SUZANNE COCKEY—“Suzie”—Modeling Club 1; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4. A. JAMES COFFMAN, JR.—“Jim”—Hyde Park High School, Chi¬ cago, Ill. 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 4; Vice-President, Home- Room 4. JUDITH ALEIN COGGIN—“Judy”—Model Club President 1; Vice- President, Homeroom 1; Jaguar 3, 4; Student Staff 4; Keyette Club 4; Prom Queen 4. SALLIE ANN COLTRIN— “Sallie” —Future Homemakers of America 1; Dramatics Club 1; Student Secretary 1, 4; J.V. Hockey 2, 3; Alternate S.C.A. representative 2; Homeroom Treasurer 3; French Club 3; J.V. Basketball 3; Varsity Hockey 4; Pep Club 4; Girls’ Chorus 4; Northern Virginia Reserve Hockey Team 4. ELIZABETH COMPHER—“Beth”—Dramatics Club 1; S.C.A. rep¬ resentative 3; Vice-President, Future Homemakers of America 3; S.C.A. Alternate 4. Page 130 Senior Directory JAMES COMPHER—“Jim”—Bridge Club 1. LAW RENCE H. CORN, JR.— “Larrv” —Dramatics Club 1; Athletic Club 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Junior Honor Society 2; Varsity Football 4; J.V. Baseball 2, 3; President Homeroom 3; S.C.A. representa¬ tive 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 4; Student Staff 4. MARGARET LUCILLE CURTIS—“Maggie”—Pep Club 1; Fresh¬ man Newspaper 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Girls’ Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; “Oklahoma” 3; “I’m A Fool” 3; French Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. Treasurer 4; Mastersingers 4; Student Staff 4; Keyette Club 4; “Cat And The Canary” 4. TOMMIE LANE DANIEL—“ Tommie ”—A Cappella Choir 3; Bus Driver 4; All State Band 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Band Di¬ rector 4. LINDA DANILIK—“Lynn”—Homeroom Officer 1; Modeling Club 1; Library Staff 1; Science Fair 2, 3; Office Staff 3, 4; Majorette Club 4; Future Homemakers of America 4; S.C.A. alternate 4. PHILIP DA SAN MARTINO—“Phil”. CAROL ELIZABETH EASTON—“Caro ”—Pep Club 1, 4; Basket¬ ball 1, 3; Junior Honor Society 2; Girls’ Chorus 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Mastersingers 3, 4; Girls’ En¬ semble 4; Student Staff 4. PRAN ANITA ENGLER—“Fran”—MacKenzie High School, Detroit Michigan 2; Jaguar 4; Pep Club 4; Variety Show 4- Student Staff 4. VARL O. ENGL1NG, JR.—“Carl”. JACK KENNE4 II EVANS—“Jack”—Lagrange High School, North Carolina 1.2. EDWIN EUGENE E4 BERS— “Butch” —Sgt. at Arms 1; Vice Presi¬ dent 2; S.C.A. representative 1, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; J.V. Football 1. 2; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; J.V. Baseball 2. WILLIAM GILBERT FAUNCE—“Bill”—Senior Superlative 4; arsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1; S.C.A. representative 2; J.V. Baseball 2, 3; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins character 4. JUDITH SUE CRISS—“Judy”. JILL DAVID—“Jill”—Yokohama High School, Yokohama, Japan 1, 2; Santa Barbara High School, Santa Barbara, California 3. PAULA ELIZABETH DAWSON— “Paula” —S.C.A. representative 1; Office Staff 1; Crafts Club 1; Editor class paper 1, 2; Paw Print 3; Junior Yearbook Staff 3; Jaguar, Lay-out Editor 4; Pep Club 4; National Honor Society 4; Quill and Scroll 4. ROBIN DIANE DEAN— “Dee” —Modeling Club 1; S.C.A. represen¬ tative 1; Future Homemakers of America 2, 3; Jaguar 4. CAROLYN JOYCE DEHAVEN—“Carol”—Gordon Junior High School 1; Girls’ Chorus 3; Girls’ Ensemble 4; Jaguar 4. ROBERT E. DENNY—“Bugs”—Student Council 1; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Jaguar 4; Jaguar Journal 4; “Friendliest” 4. JANET ELEANOR FIELLIN—“Jan”—Kailva High School, Kailva, Oahu; Student Staff 3, 4. LEE FISCHBACK—“Lee”—Dance Club 1; Art Club 2; Key Club Show 3. DENNIS CRAIG FITZGERALD— Denny —Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Sgt. At Arms 2; J.V. Baseball 3; Jaguar 3; Key Club 3, 4 ; Checkers Club 1; S.C.A. representative 3; Homeroom Vice Presi¬ dent 1. PRISCILLA ANNE FLADELAND— “Pris” —Heidelberg High School, Heidelberg, Germany 1, 2; S.C.A. representative 3, 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4, Vice President 4. MICHAEL P’RANCIS FOLEY—“Mike”—Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Sgt. At Arms, Key Club 2; Sgt. At Arms, Sophomore class 2; Senator 1. SARA LOU DENTON—“Sara” —Jaguar 4; Student Staff 4; Model Club 1; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Keyette Club 4; Girls’ Chorus 4; Pep Club 4; Prom Court 4. ELLERY DONALD DESANTO, JR.—“Don”—Gonzaga, Washing¬ ton, D.C. 1; Band 2, 3; Boys’ Chorus 3; Junior Civitan Club 2, 3; Bus Patrol 2, 3. HARRY EL WOOD DIEZEL—“Diezel” —Football 1; Baseball 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Student Staff 3; S.C.A. representative 2; Master Ceremonies Variety Show 4. LINDA LEE DODSON—“Linda”—Band 1, 2, 3. SANDRA LEE DODSON—“Sandy”—Model Club 2; Student Staff 4; Jaguar Journal 4; Jaguar 4; Pep Club 4; Prom Court 4. JULIE ANN DOUGLAS— “Julie” —Central High School, London, England; Junior Red Cross 3; Student Staff 4. JAMES E. DUNNING—“Jim”—Model Airplane Club 1; Student Staff 3, 4; Senior Superlative 4. MAXINE DYER—“Maxine”—B.Y. High School, Provo, Utah; V.O.T. 4. DALE ROBERT FORGETTE—“Dale”—Bus Driver 4; Forensics 2. JUDITH ROBER I A FRANKS—“Judy”—Lincoln High School, Port¬ land, Oregon 1; French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Jaguar 3, 4; Drama Crew 3; Student Staff 3, 4; Pep Club 4. MARY LILLIAN FREEHILL—“Man ' ”—Drama Club 1; S.C.A. rep¬ resentative 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Secretary 4; Varsity cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Sadie Hawkins character 4; S.C.A. Convention 3; Girls’ State 3; Key Club Sweetheart 3; “Miss Pancake” 3; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Student Staff 4; Girls’ Chorus 4; Pep Club 4; Polio Drive 3, 4; Class Newspaper 2; “Most Popular” 4. MARTHA ANN FRUIT— “Martha” —Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Paw Print 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 2, 3, Editor-in-chief 4; Forensics Team 3; National Scholastic Writing Awards 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Mastersingers 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4; State Creative WYiting Team 3. GRETCHEN FUNK—“Gretchen”—Band 2, 3; Girls’ Chorus 4; French Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Forensics 3. JEANNE GALLMAN— “Jeanne” —Heidelberg High School, Germany 1; Augsburg High School, Germany 2; Monterey Union High School, California 3. Page 131 Senior Directory MYRTLE EUGENIA GANO—‘ ‘Jeanne ”—Schrocder Jr. Sr. High School, Sasebo, Japan 1; Nakimasu High School, I okyo, Japan, 2; Saint Agnes, Alexandria, Virginia 3. RONALD S. GARDNER—“Ronny”—Mt. Vernon High School, Alex¬ andria, Va. 2; Chess Club 3; Junior Civitan Club 3, 4. PAMELA KATHRYN GARRARD—“Pam”—Pep Club, Treasurer 4; Jaguar 4. CAROL GIAMPA—“Carol”—Girls’ Softball 3, 4. J. DOUGLAS GLASCOCK—“Doug”—Radio Club 1; Jaguar 4. ANNA IRENE GLIDEWELL—“Jerry”—Yokohama High School 1; Student Secretary 3; VOT 4. LESTER J. GODFREY—“Buddy”—J.V. Football 2; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Baseball 2; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Key Club 4; S.C.A. Vice President 4; Junior Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4; Junior Class Sgt. At Arms; Jaguar Journal 4; Senior Superlative 4. JEAN ANNETTE GORMAN—“Jean”—Art Club 1; Bowling League 2, 3, Secretary 3. WILLIAM R. GRAHAM— “Bill ”—Homeroom President 1; Junior Honor Society 2; Jaguar 3; Jaguar Journal 4. WAYNE EUGENE GRAMLIN—“Wayne” GRACE EDITH GREEN—“Grace”—Crafts Club 1; Girls’ Chorus 2; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 3, 4; Variety Show 4. MARY GRAY—“Gray”—Washington and Lee, Arlington, Va. 2, 3. RUBY FRANCES GROSS—“Ruby”—Fort Hill, Maryland 1, 2; Office Staff 4; Bus Patrol 4. JULIE ESTILL GUINANE—“Julie”—French Club 1, 4; Junior Hon¬ or Society 1, 2; Jaguar 4; Girls Basketball 4; Forensics 1. ROY WOODROW HARDING, JR.—“Roy”—Mount Vernon, Alex¬ andria, Va. 1, 2; Paw Print 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Jaguar 4; Science Honor Society 4 . RICHARD E. HARDY—“Rich”—Blair Jr. High School, Norfolk, Va. 1; Maury High School, Norfolk, Va. 2. JUDY HARGETT—“Judy” TERRY JESS HAROLDSEN—“Jess”—Numberg American High School, Numberg, Ger. 1; Frankfurt American High School, Frank¬ furt, Ger. 2, 3. RITA FRANCES HARRIS—“Rita”—Wakefield High School 1, 2; Senior Superlative 4. GEORGE RODGER HARVEY, JR.—“George”. WILLIAM WHITE HENRY—“Bill”—Northumberland High School, Ileathsville, Va. 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Football 4; Varsity I3aseball 4. PENNY CAROLYN HILL—“Penny”. DONNA MARION HOBBS—“Donna”—Sub-Deb 1, Treas. 1; S.C.A. 2; Girls’ Chorus 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; “Oklahoma” 3; Jaguar 4. BERNARD JAMES HOCKEY—“Bernard”—National Honor Society 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Homeroom Rep. 4; J.V. Foot¬ ball 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Jaguar 4; Varsity Cross Country 3. VIRGINIA HOLLIS—“Jenny”—Art Club 1; Homeroom Sec. 1; Mc¬ Lean High School 2. KEITH T. HOLMAN— “Moochy” —Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Stu¬ dent Council 2, 4; Student Staff 4; Sgt. At Arms (class) 4; Senior Superlative 4. HENRY FRANKLIN HOOTS— “Frank” —Homeroom President 1; Chess Club 1; Camera Club 2; Internmral Basketball 4; Secretary, Bowling League 4. SUSAN CAROLE HOWLAND—“Sue”—Wilkinsburg High School, Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania 1, 2; Future Homemakers of America 4. BETTY WIMBROUGII HUBBARD—“Betty”—S.C.A. representa¬ tive 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 2. MIRIAM RUTH HUDGINS—“Hudge”—Wakefield High School 1, 2; Bible Club 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 4; Girls’ En¬ semble 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Jaguar 3. NANCY ANN HULL—“ Nancv” —Dramatics Club 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Internmral Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2, 4, Man¬ ager 2; National Honor Society 4; French Club 4. BARBARA ANNE HURT—“Barbara”—Radnor High School, Wayne, Pennsylvania 1, 2; Jaguar Journal 3; French Club Vice President 3; French National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4; Student Staff 4; Jaguar 4. JOHN IIUZZARD—“John”. J. JAGUAR— “Jav” —Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ail Societies 1, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND CARL JENKINS—“Ray”. FREDRICK EARL JENNINGS—“Kid”—J.V. Baseball 1, 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Jaguar Journal 4; “Pappy Yokum” 4; S.C.A. representative 4. BARBARA JEAN JETER—“Barbara”—Sub-Deb Club 1; Intramural Basketball 1; French National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 4; French Club 4. ROBERT II. JOHNSON—“Bob”—Juneau High School, Juneau, Alas¬ ka 1, 2, 3. RUSSELL JONES—“Russ”—Burroughs High School 1; Globe High School 2, 3; Football 4. ROGER WINFRED J. KEMP—“Fred”—Edgewood High School, Edgewood, Maryland 1; Anniston High School, Anniston, Alabama 2; Science Honor Society 4. MARTHA S. KERR—“Martha”—J.V. Softball 1; National Merit Scholarship finalist 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, Captain 2; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Hockey 4; All State Band 3, 4; Intramural Track 1; For¬ ensics 1, 2. STEPHANIE LEE KING—“Stevie”—S.C.A. representative 1, 3; Art Club 1; Keyette Club 3; Homeroom Secretary 4; “Friendliest” 4. JEANNE LAUVER—“Jean”—Bladensburg High School, Bladensburg, Md. 1; Girls’ Chorus 2. Page 132 Senior Directory JAMES LAURENCE— “Jim ”—Washington and Lee, Arlington, Va. 2; Football manager 4; Student Staff 4; Bus Driver 4. JAMES E. LEEPER, JR.—“Speed”. LINDA CAROL LESTER—“Linda”—Band 1; French Club 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 4; French National Honor Society 4. ROGER WILLIAM LEWIS—“Roger”. NANCY ELIZABETH LIDYARD—-“Nancy”—Art Club Secretary 1; S.C.A. representative 1, 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Jaguar Journal 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Cheer¬ leader 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Junior Class Treasurer 3; “Oklahoma” 3; Polio Drive 3, 4; Keyette Club 3, 4, President 4; S.P.T.A. Ex¬ ecutive Board 1, 4; Senate 4; Homecoming Court, Maid of Honor 4; Jaguar 4; Pep Club 4; Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2; Bulletin Board Chairman 4. DAVID WINSTON LONG, JR.—“Dave”—AIA “Mills” 2. LOWELL EREYER LOTT—“Lowell”—J.V. Football 1; J.V. Basket¬ ball 1, 2; Track 3; Jaguar 3, 4, Associate Editor 4; S.C.A. repre¬ sentative 4; Art Club President 2. ROBERT CARL LUBA—“Bob”—Homeroom Treasurer 1. LETITIA VIRGINIA LYNN—“Lefty”—Freshman paper 1; Home¬ room Secretary 1, 2; J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2, Co-Captain 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3; Varsity Basketball 3; Play Crew 1; Sophomore paper 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 4; Drama Club 1; Pep Club President 4; S.C.A. representative 1, 2, 4; Jaguar 4. JUDITH MARION MANNING—“Judy”—J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Drama Club 1; S.C.A. representative 1, 2, 3; Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, 3; Three One-Act Plays 1; Jaguar Journal 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Captain 4; Senator 4; Varsity Cheer¬ leader 4; Sadie Hawkins Character 4; Keyette Club 4; Magazine Drive Chairman 4; Alternate Girls’ State 3; Student Staff 4; Sweet¬ heart Court 4; Girls’ Chorus 4; Crew “Bernadine”’ 1; Pep Club 4; Polio Drive 3, 4; Sophomore Paper 2. LYDIA ELLEN MARPLE—“Lydia”—Bible Club 2, 3; Girls’ Chorus 2 . JOYCE ELEANOR MARTENS—“Joy”—Stratford Jr. High School, Arlington, Va. 1; Future Homemakers of America 3, 4, President 4; Jaguar Journal 4; Junior Yearbook Staff 3; Junior Honor Society 2 . MARY E. MARTIN—“Mary”—Movie Club 1. RICHARD LYNWOOD MARTIN—“Dick”—J.V. Football 2; Var¬ sity Football 3; Varsity Track 3; Student Staff 4. WILLIAM C. MASKER—“Bill”—Photography Club 1; Cross Coun¬ try 3; Bus Driver 4. JOHN MICHAEL MAY—“Mike”—S.C.A. representative 1, 2. JOSEPH R. MAZZEL—“Joe”—Dance Club President 1; “Dracula” 1; Varsity Football 3. LEE McCENEY—“Lee”. WALTER GENE McDONALD—“Walt”—Band 1, 2, 3; Jaguar 3, 4; Jaguar Journal 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; S.C.A. representative 3; Golf Team 3, 4; Forensics 4. GARY WADE McGHEE—“Wade”—J.V. Baseball 1. GERALD ALLEN MEL 1 RF,— “Jerry” —Chess Club 1; Bridge Club 2. SANDRA KAY METHENY—“Sandy”—Ankara, Turkey 1; French Club 2; Future Homemakers of America 3, 4; Student Staff 4. ANN MILEIIAM—“Ann”—Film Viewing Club 1; Bible Club 2 3, 4: French Club 4. RUTH MILEHAM—“Ruth”—Bible Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Film Viewing Club 1. CHARLES M. MILLAR, JR —“Charlie”. CONSTANCE LUCILLE MILLER—“Connie”—Modeling Club 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Pep Club 4. MAR I HA ANN MILLER— “Marti” —Play Crew 1; Drama Club 1; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, President 4; Quill and Scroll Society 3, 4, Sgt. At Arms 4; Contest Play 3, 4; Musical 1; Carousel 2; “Oklahoma” 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Girls’ Chorus 3, 4; Girls Ensemble 4; A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; Mastersingers 3, 4; All State Chorus 3; “Cat and Canary” 4; Paw Print 1, 2, 3, 4; Jaguar 3; Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Forensic Team 4; Senior Super¬ lative 4; Prom Court 4. LEE MINICHELLO—“Lee”—Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Chaplain 4; S.C.A. representative 4; Student Staff 3; Homeroom President 3. THOMAS LEE MINTON—“Tommy”—Rantoul High, Rantoul, Ill. 1, 2, 3; “Cat and Canary” 4. BARBARA JEAN MITCHELL— “Bobbi” —Future Homemakers of America 1; Sub-Deb Club 2. THOMAS KITTRELL MOORE—“To n”—J.V. Basketball Manager 1; Tumbling Club 1; Varsity Basketball Manager 2; Track Team 2, 3, 4; Astronomy Club 2; Cross Country 3; D.A.R. History Medal 3; Voice of Democracy 4; Science Honor Society 4; Debate Team 3, 4; Debate Club President 4. SHARON LEAH MOREDOCK—“Smiley”. DONALD P. MOSHER—“Don”—Camera Club 1; Bible Club 1 2, 3; J. V. Baseball 2. EDWARD JEAN MOULIS— “John” —Astronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Student Staff 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 2; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4, President 4; Science Honor Societv, Vice President 4; Forensics 2. DALE MURRAY— “Dale” —Camera Club 1; Chess Club 2; Intcrmural Basketball 2. DOUGLAS MURRAY—“Doug ”. THOMAS MUSE— “Moose” —J. V. Baseball 2, 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; Variety Show 4. CHARLES NAESAR— “Chuck” —Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Track Manager 2; Senior Science Honor So¬ ciety President 4. ALFRED E. NEWMAN—“Axo ofle Kid”—Coke Bottle Cleaning Club 1; Filter-Counting Club 3, 4; National Bee Keeping Society 4; Cafeteria Honor Society 2. Page 133 Senior Directory MARTHA ANN NEVILLE—“Marty”—S.C.A. I, 2, 4; Modeling Club 1, 2; Election Committee 1, 2; Homeroom President 3; Pep Club 4; Keyette Club 4; Jaguar 4. GAIL C. NEWTON— “Gail” —Cheerleader 2, 3; Sweetheart Court 1, 2, 3; S.C.A. representative 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club Sweetheart 3; Jaguar Journal 3; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3; Dance Club 1; Art Club 2; “Carousel” 3. MARY SUE OAKLEY— “Sue” —Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3; Modeling Club Treasurer 1; Class Newspaper 1, 2; S.P.T.A. Executive Com¬ mittee; Class Senator 1; Election Committee 1, 2; S.C.A. repre¬ sentative 2; S.C.A. District Convention 1, 3, 4; Sweetheart Court 1, 2, 4, Queen 4; J. V. Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Homecoming Court 3; S. P. T. A. Carnival Class Queen 3, 4; Stu¬ dent Staff 3, 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; Junior Yearbook Staff 3; Out¬ standing Junior Girl 3; Girls’ Superlative 4; Prom Court 4. GALE MARIE OLIVER—“Gavie”—Future Homemakers of America 1 , 2 . SIDNEY EDWARD O’NEIL, JR.—“Sid”. RONALD EDWARD ORNDOFF—“Reo”—Dance Club 1; Photog¬ raphy Club 2; Bus Driver 4; A Cappella Choir 4. , ALAN DALE PAGE—“A ”—Band 1; J. V. Football 1; Varsity Foot¬ ball 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 2, 3; Mastersingers 4; Varsity Track 2; Athletic Club 1, 2; Homeroom Officer 2. THEODORE THOMAS PAPAS—“Ted”—Alice Deal Jr. High 1; Woodrow Wilson High 2; Science Honor Society, Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 4; Homeroom Officer 4. BARBARA JEAN PARK—“Barbara”—Homeroom Treasurer 1; Model¬ ing Club 1; Play Crews 2; Future Homemakers of America 3, 4; Junior Civitan Club Safe Driver 4; Office Secretary 4. JAMES T. PATTERSON—“Jim”—J. V. Baseball Manager 1; Checker Club 1; Varsity Baseball Manager 3; Phys. Ed. Club 3. ROY MACKENZIE PATERSON—“Roy”—Jr. Honor Society 1, 2; Science Club 1; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 1, 2; Varsity Football 4; Homeroom Pres. 4; Science Honor Society 4. DORA EVA PATTISON—“Dora”—Girls’ softball team 1. ANNE BRIGGS PAYNE—“Anne”—Film Viewing Club 1; Junior Honor Society 2; Jaguar 4; Homeroom Sec. 4. GEORGE E. PERRY—“George”—Wiesbaden High School, Ger. 1, 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Key Club 4. NED THOMAS PERRY—“Ned”. INABELLE MARLENE PHILLIPS—“Imp”—Girls’ Chorus 1, 2, 3; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 1; Paw Print 3; Student Staff 3, 4; A Cap¬ pella Choir 3, 4; Homeroom Treas. 4; Jr. yearbook staff 3. C. RICHARD PHOEBUS—“Dick”—Homeroom Pres. 1, 2; J. V. Bas¬ ketball 2; Senator 4; Student Staff 4; Jaguar 4. JAN PLASTERER—“Jan”—Model Club 1; Dramatics Club 2; Bowl¬ ing 1, 2; Homeroom Sec. 1. SANDRA LEE PLAUGHER—“Sandy”—Forensics 1; F.H.A. 4; Art Club 1. PATRICIA ANN POOLE— “Patty” —Modeling Club 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Varsity manager girls’ softball 3. WILSON HARVEY POOLE—“Wilson”—Dance Club; A.I.A. Mills. ELLEN POPEJOY—“Ellen” BEVERLY QUEEN—“Queenie”—Russell High School, East Point, Ga. 1, 2, 3; Basketball 4. GEORGE HENRY RAGLAND— -“Buddy” —Key Club 4;, Student Staff 3, 4; Jaguar, Advertising manager 4. RUTH LOUISE REEDY— “Ruth” —F.H.A. 1; Washington and Lee High School, Arlington, Va.; Bible Club 2. MELBA SUE REFFETT—“Melba”—U. S. Naval Base School, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 1, 2; Norview High School, Norfolk, Vir¬ ginia 3. PATRICIA GAIL REGAN— “Gail” —A Cappella Choir 4; Girls’ Chorus 1,2, 3, 4. STANLEY GEORGE REIFF—“Stan”. CHARLES VERNON REYNOLDS—“Charlie”—Movie Club 1, 2. ROBERT FRANCIS RICHE— “Bob” —Science Club 1; Astronomy Club 1, 2; Student Staff 3, 4; Hot Rod Club 2. DWAINE C. RILEY— “Dwaine” —South Side High School 1; Junior Honor Society 2; Science Honor Society 4; Bowling Club 4; Stu¬ dent Staff 4; Vice President, Homeroom 4. ROZELLA RITCH— “Rozella” —Derita Junior High School 1; Of¬ fice Staff 2, 4; Bus Patrol 3; J. V. Basketball 4. CAROL ANN ROBEY—“Carol”—Future Homemakers of America 1; “Three Pills In a Bottle” 1; Bible Club. 2; “Oklahoma” 3; “Time Out For Ginger” 3; National Thespian Society 3, 4, Clerk 4; Jaguar Journal 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Student Staff Clerk 4; “Cat And The Canary’ 4; S.C.A. representative 4; Forensic 3. JEROME G. SCIIABEN—“Jerry”—Camera Club 1, 2. PATRICIA TAPPAN SCHAAFF—“Pat”—Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi¬ dent 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 2; Bowling League Secretary 2; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Junior Yearbook Staff 3; Jaguar, Art Editor 4; National Honor Society 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4. JANET GRAY SCHEELA— “Janet” —Sub-Deb Club 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Junior Yearbook Staff 3; Jaguar 4; Forensics 4. JAMES W. SCHLOTZHAUER—“Jim”—Fort Knox, Kentucky 1; Kil¬ leen, Texas 2; Leesville, Louisiana 3; Basketball 4; Student Staff 4; Baseball 4. SHERRON KAY SCHMIED—“Sherron”—Wakefield High School 1; Future Teachers of America 3; Pep Club 4. SHIRLEY ANNE SCHOENEMAN—“Shirley”—Wakefield High School 1; Future Homemakers of America 3; Library Staff 4; Girls’ Chorus 4. Page 134 Senior Director JOYCE SHAFFER—“Joyce”—Sweetheart Court 1; Spring Carnival Queen 1; Modeling Club 1; Homecoming Court 2; Keyette Club ?; Sweetheart Court, Maid of Honor 3; Homecoming Court 4‘ “Most Attractive” 4. PAUL R. SHEGOGUE—“Paul”. CONSTANCE LEE SHOMO— “Connie ”—Dance Club 1; F.H.A. 2; School Store 2; Film Club 3, Pres. 3. LINDA ANN STILLMAN— “Linda ”—Homeroom Pres. 1; Model Club Pres. 1; Class Newspaper 1; Class Treas. 2; Homeroom Sec. 2; Student Staff 3, 4; Jr. Yearbook Staff 3; Keyette Club 3 4, Treas. 3; Sweetheart Court 3; S.C.A. Rep. 3; Jaguar 2; Cheerleader 4; Class Treas. 4; Alternate Girls’ State 4. CAROL ZANE SMITH—“Carol”—Dramatics Club 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 2; French Club 1, 2, 3; French Honor Society 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treas. 4; Paw Print 3, 4, Aide-to-editors 3, Assist. Ed. 4; Student Staff 3, 4; National Thespian Society 3, 4; Play crews 3, 4; Jr. yearbook staff 3; Jaguar 4, Literary Editor 4; Forensics team 3. JAMES ALFRED SMITH—“Jim”—Bladensburg High School, Blad- ensburg, Md. 1; State S.C.A. 3; J. V. Basketball 2; Boys’ State 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Senator 3; Pres. S.C.A. 4; Principal’s Advisory Board 3; Stu¬ dent Staff 3, 4; Supervisor 4; S.C.A. State Convention 4; Polio Drive Chairman 3; Jr. Honor Society 1, 2; Key Club Convention 3, 4. JOYCE JUANITA SMITH—“Jov”—George Mason High School 1; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 4; Junior Honor Society 2; For¬ ensics 2; Jaguar 3; A Cappela Choir 3, 4; ‘Oklahoma” 3; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Mastersingers 4; Girls’ Ensemble 4; All- State Chorus 4. DONNA JEAN 1 OOTHMAN— “Tooth ”—Homeroom Pres T Dance Club 1; Senator 3; Pep Club 4; Student Staff 4. ELIZABETH TOTH—“Betsy”—J. V. Hockey 1, 2; J. V. Basketball 2; J. V. Softball 1, 2; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Sr. Dramatics Club 1; Jr. yearbook staff 3; Jaguar Journal 4; SC A Rep. 1. JUDITH LYNNE TRIPLETT—“Judy”—Art Club Society 1 , 2; Wakefield 3; Pep Club 4. 2; Jr. Honor DAVID ARTHUR TUCKER—“Dat”—Bible Club 3, 4; Piedmont High School, Calif. 1; George Mason High School’1. RONALD TAG WELL— “Buddy”— J. V. Football 1, 2; J. V. Baseball 1, 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Varsity Football 4, Capt. 4. CECIL LOROEN TUNE—“Cecil”— Jr. Honor Society 2; Jaguar 3, 4; Paw Print 3, 4; Science Honor Society 4; Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4 ’ LOIUS ANNE WAGNER —“Lo Anne ”—West Phoenix High School, Phoenix, Ariz. 1, 2; Jaguar Journal 3, 4, front page editor 4; Student Council 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4. BARBARA ANN WALKER—“Barbie”—Sub-Deb 1; Majorette Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3; Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; F.H.A 4. ANNE CATHERINE WATERS—“Anne”—Homeroom Sec. 1; J. V. Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3; Sweetheart Court 3; Home¬ coming Court 4; Sadie Hawkins character 4; Homeroom Treas 4- Pep Club 4. DONALD E. WILLIAMS—“Willie”—Student Staff 3; J. V. Baseball 2; Homeroom Rep. 1; Band 1, 2; A Cappella Choir 3; Boys’ Choir 3; Mixed Chorus 2; D. O. Club 4, Pres. 4. JOHN A. STANLEY— “John ”—Chess Club 3; Astronomy Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Civitan Club 4. JAMES STEFFEY—“Jim”. BEVERLEY BRYAN SULPICE— “Bev ”—Homeroom Pres. 1; Stamp Chairman 1, 4; Office Sec. 2; S.C.A. Rep. 2, 4; F.T.A. Convention 2; F.T.A. Convention 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; J. V. Softball 2; J. V. Basket¬ ball 2; Varsity Softball 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Capt. 4; Major¬ ettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 3, Capt. 4; Majorette Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; French Club 3, 4; French National Honor Society 4; Keyettes 4; Student Staff 4; Jaguar Journal 4; A Cappella Choir 4. RAYMOND LEE TEDROW—“Ray”—Dance Club 1; Track 2, 4; Junior Civitan Club 3, 4; Boys’ Chrus 3. MARGUERITE MARY THOMAS—“Wendy”—Loudoun County High School 1, 2; D. O. Club 4; S.C.A. 3, 4. NICHOLAS WILLIAMS—“Nick”. ANN LUISE WOLD—“Ann”—Ramsey Jr. High School, Minneapolis, Minn. 1; Jr. Honor Society 2; French Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Staff 3, 4; Keyette Club 3, 4, Corresponding Sec. 4; Jr. Yearbook Staff 3; Jaguar 4; Pep Club 4; Safe Driving Award 4; Inter-Keyette Club Council 4; National French Honor Society 4. JACQUELYN DEE YANCY— “Jackie ”—Majorette 1, 2, 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Keyettes 3, 4, Treas. 3, Sec. 4; Sadie Hawkins char¬ acter 4; Jaguar 4; S.C.A. Rep. 4, Student Staff 4; Prom Court 4. KEITH E. YORKDALE— “Keith ”—Calvin Coolidge High School, Washington, D.C. 1, 2. BARBARA KAY ZIEBARTII—“ Bobbie ”—Cleveland Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minn. 1; Johnson High School, St. Paul, Minn. 2; F.T.A. Vice President 4; Student Staff 4. RON THOMPSON—“Ron”. CAROLYN TODD—“Carolyn”—Bible Club 2, 3, 4. OWEN N. TONSTAD—“Owen”—Izmir High School, Izmir, Turkey 1; Arsenal Technical School, Indianapolis, Ind. 2. MOREY ZIMMERMAN—“Morey”—George Dewey High School, Phillipines 2, 3. RAYMOND PAUL ZIMMERMAN. JR.—“Pablo”—Radio Club 1: Tumbling Club 2; Varsity Cross Country 2; George Dewey High School, Phillipines 3; Band 1. Page 135 Autograph Farewell As I watch the Seniors trail out of the doors for the last time I know they can remember their first year here at the Gulch under General Rumbough. That was the first year of additions to Falls Church and the eighth grade held classes in rooms without doors or windows. Those were the pioneer days when people used the glassless windows for short cuts to class or fought their way to the mobbed multi¬ purpose room for lunch. Then that Freshman year and those split lunch periods when everyone shoveled down food before the next class began! Sophomore year with Biology, frogs and those preying mantises that escaped all over the Biology room. There was the inevitable struggle with the¬ orems and axioms as Plane Geometry for the first time took precedence over social activities and the square of the hypotenuse dominated their dreams at night. By the Junior year — the life’s a bowl of potato chips philosophy — gradually gave way to life is real and school could be earnest! Class standing was no longer something that nagging parents alone wanted for their young. That was the year Mr. Mason became principal and the Student Staff came into being. Rules clamped down but school spirit shot up. That was the year that Finkville High School almost became a reality and the “For Sale” sign was up on the door. I know they’ll never forget that. Finally, there was this year, the Senior year, the last year, and the one they’ll remember for years to come as the craziest year that they ever had. College and the Prom, and College Boards and the Prom, and Merit Scholarships and the Prom — all loomed large. It started out with the newness that a Senior year always has and from then on things began to get confused. There was the Asian flu when every¬ one went around with temperatures because there wasn’t room for them in the clinic; and to top it all off there was a week off from school while everyone recovered. Then the snow began to fall and day after day they stayed at home because of road blocks and ice. In fact, they stayed at home so many times that the gruesome idea of school on Saturdays became a glaring reality. Saturday became universal “Scrounge Day” and girls in sweat shirts and beat-up tennis shoes were not uncommon sights. There was that thrilling weekend when the boys of the basketball team made history and took off for State. School spirit was at its peak! Then, of course, there was the measuring for caps and gowns, the fight with term papers and deadlines, and the final day when they graduated from Lisner. And suddenly they were through. No more P.A., no more “crew” —no more Barrett, really through! And yet why do they keep looking back? Perhaps they may even miss it. Could be! So —good-bye for this last time. Remember me, for I shall always remember you. — J. Jaguar Page 138 SNYDER COMPANY HARDWARE GARDEN SUPPLIES PAINTS AND GLASS HOUSEWARES Lee Highway and Fairfax Drive Arlington, Va. JE 2-1194 Phone: JE 2-9647 BEAUTY SALON 606 Arlington Blvd. Falls Church, Va. (Next to Theatre) Hair Tinting Styling Marian Martin The Oxford Shop Compliments of MEN ' S WEAR The Alma Shops Falls Church, Va. Telephone JE 2-1100 f Arlington Falls Church 228 W. Broad Street Va. Va. ARFAX REALTY SPECIALIZING IN SALES AND RENTALS IN FALLS CHURCH AREA Phone: JE 4-4900 COMPLETE SERVICE Stale Wide Beal Estate Service JOSEPH W. SEAY CO. VIRGINIA HOMES FARMS Falls Church, Va. Joseph W. Seay Office Tel.: JE 2-2620 Home Tel.: JE 2-0218 113 W. Broad St. K. T. CLEM T A Virginia Forest Esso ATLAS TIRES BATTERIES 702 S. Washington Street (Lee Hwy.) Falls Church, Va. JEfferson 2-2653 - 2-9837 A COMPLETE SERVICE HOMES - LOTS - FARMS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT - RENTALS AUTO-FIRE-LIFE INSURANCE C. M. HAILEY REAL ESTATE • BUILDER INSUROR Multiple Listing Service Office JE 2-7944 - JE 4-4677—Res. JE 3-7989 126 E. Broad Street Falls Church, Va. John W. Mulroy Co. Real Estate — Insurance CALL Sales - Rentals - Property Management MURPHY AMES 99 Hillwood Ave. Falls Church, Va. JEfferson 4-5000 FOR YOUR BUILDING NEEDS 6908 N. Fairfax Drive FALLS CHURCH YELLOW CAR JE 3-3100 24-Hour Service RADIO-DISPATCHED l JE 2-2686 —JE 2-2799 Stanley R. Rowland Co., Inc. Telephone J Efferson 4-0026 REALTORS VILLELLA CLEANERS SALES —RENTALS 619 S. Washington St. Falls Church, Va. 120 E. Broad St. Falls Church, Va. CLEANING TAILORING JE 3-3333 I vLbMillilVJ ■ niuvixinu Robar Half-Hour Laundromat The Standard Hours: Mon. thru Fri. — 8:30-7:00 Sat. — 8:00 - 4:00 YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER 1 10 E. Fairfax St. Falls Church, Va. 102 E. Fairfax St. Falls Church, Va. JE 2-9617 JE 2-2775 JEfferson 2-2536 Compliments of FALLS CHURCH PAINT Jhe Stule Shop (j WALLPAPER CENTER Arlington Blvd. and Graham Road 130 W. Broad St. Falls Church, Va. Falls Church, Va. C. Earl Boswell JEfferson 4-6600 FALLS CHURCH HORRY CENTER Congratulations to the Class of ’58 From Johnson’s Cities Service 131 So. Washington St. Falls Church, Va. 1425 Arlington Blvd. Falls Church, Va. JE 2-3200 Free Road Service Phone: JE 2-8399 Wissinger Chevrolet Co. Kinsey’s Dry Cleaners 7 Corners Special 1-Day Dry Cleaning Service Falls Church, Va. 3-Day Regular Dry Cleaning Service—3-Day Shirt Service Sales Service 8:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Wk. Days Open ' Til Midnight Week Days 8:30 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Sat. ' Til 1:00 P.M. Saturday 3-Yr. Warranty Available on WRECKER SERVICE New Cars. Safety Inspections An Unexcelled Used Car Dept. Rain or Shine 1-Yr. Warranty on Late Models SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Alterations - Repairing - Blankets - Drapes DRIVE-IN SERVICE—AMPLE FREE PARKING JE 4-3545 585 Arlington Blvd. Falls Church, Va. VAUGHT ' S 1220 Kilocycles—1000 Watts AMOCO SERVICE BROADCASTING STATION W F A X 500 Arlington Blvd. The Friendly Voice of Fairfax County Falls Church, Va. Tower Square Falls Church, Va. Buddy Ragland and Walt McDonald inspect the new Thunderbird at Broad Street Motors. BROAD STREET MOTORS 1001 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia Mr. David Anderson, Executive Vice-President, shows Dora Pattis on Martin how safe it is to save at Arlington-Fairfax Savings and Loan. ARLINGTON FAIRFAX SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 6825 Lee Highway Arlington 13, Virginia Telephone JE 2-1 146

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