Farmville High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Farmville, VA)

 - Class of 1954

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For this reason, we chose as our theme for this yearbook, "A Look Through the Door- ways. " We hope to present a complete history of the year. We have fulfilled our aim if what appears on the following pages recalls pleasant memories of F H S I953'54- The High School The Classes CONTENTS Faculty . . Classes .... Activities and . . Features , , . ' ,MVP The Activities The Features GNN!!! FAIIIHIY Allis Jaw-f ffar 1 . gd. --- . MR. STUART BEVILLE ! Principal f MRS. T. C. COLEMAN General Science 8 Math 9 MR. JOHN BAKER Lg. ,af 'HE 1 X MISS LOIS CALLAHAI Chemistry English 8, 9 Biology General Science MRS. MARGARET COON MRS. LUCILLE DAHL Latin 1,2 English II, I2 Spanish 1,2 Ri is 1. ,g' 5, C...-I 'Y' FACIIHY -in 1 093, 2 'gifs ,- M A MISS LOUISE FITZGERALD MRS. JAMES FLEETWOOD MR. ROBERT C. GILMER MRS. JESSIE GRIGG English 9, ro Social Problems N Boys Physical Education Home Economics Literary Club Guidance Boys'Athletic Coach F. H. A. Public Speaking Club Monogram Club XV ' if Q ' J if ,L ,ff gong' X ff if .P 5 U A ff' ,LEW ,Xb fbypgzpjx W L ' N f W A yt my Lb MR. RUSSELL HOIER MR. LELAND KITE MRS. NINA LACY Band Director Industrial Arts School Secretary Glee Club ' I f 41- ll 'G MISS LILLIAN MINKEL Math 8 Plane Geometry S. C. A. Dqn.,...v-vi km?" X..f 3 5 I MRS. WINSTON NOEL Home Economics IAIIIIHY af' f I-'ms 441 0 F MISS KATE O'BRlEN Librarian MISS ALMA PORTER Algebra 1, II General Mathematics 45 x wax Q' an iq,- -"7" MR. MEREDITH ROBESO World History American History Solid Geometry Government Trigonmetry MRS, MARY SLATE MR, TOM SNYDER MRS, MARY WITCHER MR. GUY YEATTS Girls Physical Education Physics Typing Io, II, 12 Distributive Education Girls Athletic COHCU General SCieI1CS 3,9 Bookkeeping Diversified Occupations Shorthand Q? 'Kunst-"' x, I.. gp- VVX X Q . -QQ xv' S 2 R W ' 'f - 1 Q, X A R' xx S l 'H 5 Nga K, , f Q. .A 45 M' N 5 4 . gm ,- - ,A-1 I 5 Xi.-yy, J . -- -W A . K - 15,-X5 if Lg K- -1 Q-,.'Q-g21 55 Q , " W" 2? 1 '--r3.wfifg22-S z- :WF g .. ,, ,.1 gQ : gh f Ig , A X' . Y Wg.: rvzfiksr- . ,Sp-, - ,, 55 K - Q 'S j'A1 .. sv an U -- H m. 'ffm W' f, 3fa,fl"' fwikf wx' .. vlv ",, ,V s 1 f may ' ws ik 1 5 ' ff-' Q -a 4 ,Q -- I. ,W ,, ' K 'za Sl IDRS W 53 FLORENCE MARIE BOWMAN IAMES WESLEY BRADSHAW, IR. ELIZABETH ANN BRIERLEY Florence Jimmy Ann Remember that day in September, 1949, when we timidly set foot in Farm- ville High School for the very first time as students? We came in full force toog there were over 90 of us. We were divided into home-room groups, and we made many new friends with StL1d61'1'CS from all over the county. Remember those crowded lockers with every- thing from band instruments to gym shoes packed into them! Speaking of crowded situations, we practically had to walk down the hall sideways on the second floor to get to classes. A The Freshman year ushered us into a choice of classes - and soon we could be found struggling over Latin verbs and graphs and symbols in Algebra 1. BERTHA LOUISE CLABOUGH JAMES THOMAS CLARK CHARLES WINSTON COLE Louise Tommy Charles Sl IDRS 'l ELIZABETH IOSIE COOK PHILLIP MILTON COOKE LACY FORE CUMBEY Betty Io Phillip Lacy Our football team was undefeated for the first time in 25 years and we had our first victory over Crewe in 17 years!!! By '51 we held the rank of Sophomores, and we were old veterans at FHS. Now it was our turn to cast an eye down at the energetic Eighth Graders, who seemed to be getting shorter every year for was it just that we were getting a wee bit taller? ?l We organized classes for the first time - Johnnie Harwood was our President, Renny Kennedy, Vice-Presidentg Elizabeth Stimpson, Secretaryg Tommy Clark, Treasurerg and Phillip Cooke, S.C.A. representative. English saw us acting Julius Caesar and in biology we cut up frogs. Some classes !The Focus was reorganized under the sponsorship of Miss Jean Collins. NADINE ALICE DAZELL GERALD LEE DUNCAN CONNIE LOUISE FAHRNER Nadine Gerald Connie 5 X Sl HIHS MARY ELAINE GARRISON NANNIE LOU GILLIAM GRACE EVELYN GOIN Elaine Nan Evelyn Really, we reached importance in our .Tunior year. Our class officers were: President, Johnnie Harwood: Vice-President, Betty .To Cookg Secretary, Marie Shepardg Treasurer, Phillip Cooke, and S.C.A, representative, Sue Hudson. These officers and members of our committee served very capably. Class rings were ordered - the annual staff as usual went around begging us to purchase "the biggest and best yet." Football season came and went by quickly. Our boys basketball team captured the district III championship AGAIN by route of an undefeated season. Then came those wonderful plans for the Junior-Senior Dance! Can you recall all the paper flowers and lattice work? Remember Al and his gang struggling with that 30 - foot May pole ? JOHN ELLIOTT HARWOOD, IR. IANICE SUSAN HUDSON KENNETH GAYLE HUDGINS Johnnie Sue Ken Sl IIIRS PATRICIA LOUISE IRELAND ERBY ALLYNE JOHNSTON, IR. JAMES RENWICK KENNEDY, JR. Pat Al Renny ln spite of near disasters, the dance band mix-up, and several catastrophies, the Junior-Senior was a slam-bang success. Nan Gilliam, Ann Brierley, Renny Kennedy, and Phillip Cooke represented our school at Girls and Boys States. Doris Ann Ragland was elected president of the Longwood Chapter of the F.H,A, Joyce Orange attended the summer convention of the F,H.A, Our senior year opened with many changes. Mr. Beville came from Crewe to be our principal and brought many suggestions with him. He helped bring Career Day to us. We joined in with several other high schools in December and traveled to Kenbridge for a very delightful day. Our class had now diminished to about 36 hopeful seniors. HELEN FAYE NORTON BONNIE PARKS NOTESTEIN JOYCE MARIE ORANGE Helen Faye Bonnie Joyce Sl IIIRS 1 JUNE MEREDITH PRICE DORIS ANN RAGLAND BILL WALTON SCRUGGS, JR. June Doris Ann Billy The class officers were elected in October and Ken Hudgins served as our able President this year, Al Johnston was Vice-President, Nan Gilliam, Secretaryg Tommy Clark, Treasurerg and Nadine Dazell, S,C,A. representative. We handed over money for class dues after gentle chiding on the part of Tucker and Mrs, Dahl. We Won the class prize of S25 for magazine campaign sales. Jimbo Whit- lock was high salesman for the third year in a row, The trip committee began work on that WONDERFUL class trip. Homecoming was wonderful with the victory over Blackstone and with Betty .To Cook as our Homecoming Queen. Football sea- son ended, we had the Football Banquet, Thanksgiving holidays came fremember that turkey?Q, and Christmas arrived at L-A-S-T. KATHERINE MARIE Sl-IEPARD LILLIAN IRENE SIMMONS ELIZABETH MILLER STIMPSON Mamie Irene Elizabeth '17 Sl IIIRS BARRY LEE WELLS JAMES LINWOOD WHITLOCK ROBERTA SCOTT WILLIAMS Barry Lee Jimbo Bobbie Remember sitting in class and counting the snow flakes each time it threatened to snow ? ? Gee, the year flew by, long, L-O-N-G term papers were due, measurements for caps and gowns were taken, and the big .Tunior-Senior, and other busy activities descended upon us. Clubs, meetings, more meetings. Finally the exams, graduations and the farewells. We had reached the top of the ladder, but only for a short while. We all had big plans for the future, but no matter where we travel, we always shall remember the friendships we made, the classes we attended, and the great times we had at Farmville High. PATRICIA ANN WILMOTH Patricia Not Pictured: ROBERT WALKER CARTER Bobby wAu.Acs HANDEL VALE Wally 13 lH'S TAKE A lllllll AI 3 Early morning traffic ir1 the office keeps Mr. Beville busy. CAREER DAY "Gee, fellows, look at all this money! " Will there be room for Mr. Robesom? 14 Knight 81 C0mP3nY "SWS UP" the Place at Kenbridge during lunch hour. THE BUSY IIPPHIHASSME ',.f- .X k. They'11 let us know in about a month. Senior class officers: Al Johnston, vice-presidentg Tommy A SENIOR CLASS MEETING Clark, treasurerg Nadine Dazell, S. C.A. representativeg Nan Gilliam, secretary. ' 1 no Q ' A "' . . Well, not everybody gets to see Washington Now that we're going to New York where 's the at midnight. . . " 1 5 money coming from: lo ,f ' ff'Q,DI ly 'Q 1' Ji - A M f. if rf 'S X X 8 ,sf x wits if E is C if x li 5 W K' ' 1 f xl kg In i WF w i EQ- ,, uw- m v .- YW r. ' -IM W' :EGF -x "'S!"" Qfxjgiz..-: '-. -at fa .pf-IJ: !-.' .a A 1 " N zkakigg, Vs, , Q V w . , 1. 7,31--, 1: - NM ' - . , ,- 1. . . '--ani-4 11-.13 ,uw A ,ff ff: M X fi ff A S 1 in Doris Allen Charles Anderson Virginia Bain Buddy Brightwell Wilbur Burger Bobby Chaney Jackie Fore Betty Fretwell WI Patsy Fulcher A John Garne r A Virginia Gibb s LaN etfe c1en.,7dcW L Gene Goin Sheila Heifner Benny Higgins Harold Huddleston Guy Jacobs Winston Johnston Tommy Knight Kent Lacy Clark Lowe W, lyk Johnny Lynn Tommy Mason Betty McClen.ny W W MLW William Mills Monroe Morris George Rickman Ann Schmidt Jenny Lee Smith Shirley Southall Betty Spencer Bill Spencer Alice Trent Betty J. Vanderpool Bill Vaughan Robert Ward J '-H' Qflw N11 .4 2 64,9 LJ 'DDL ' Rochie Webb Y Ruth Young Vir ginia Young William Young Jll IURS ,1 F' 5 f rf" x it VX l VN l n, l, u B R fl . F 1:- w--it XX Not Pictured: Emily Johnson Hazel Johnson William Orange Dot Vaden 17 'E' 4.4 Betty McClenny, vice-presi- dentg Clark Lowe, treasurerg Vir- ginia Bain, -S, C, A, representative: Emily Johnson, secretary A12 1 1, 1 ik X .Mr if rl ' , iw MZ... Q tv rl 44 vi 7- W., yr J r X E, fllful ,J v, ! 1 M 1 Russell Adams Lucy Bates Ernestine Bridgeman Ruth Brisentine Joyce Campbell Ann Cassell Steven Chapman Neal Chernault Martha Clark Phyllis Cooke Wilson Cooke Shirley Crump Mildred Davis .To Dearing Raymond Dickerson Edith English Sally Finch Bucky Fore Donald Foster Bobby Fulcher Henning Fulcher Johnny Gates Mary Frances Gibbs Anne Glenn Barbee Hamersley Adna Hatcher Mildred Harvey Nancy Havens Mildred Hodges Phyllis Jenkins Frances .Tohns Shelby .Tohnson Anne .Tones Billy .Tones Nancy Kelsey rn. 'T 'TT' in tw 'Z' N, XllI'HllMlllll3 gf 5? be 'EE' ofa tm Y? A kr N is tav- Phyllis Jenkins, S.C.A. represent- ativeg Barbee Hamersley, secre- taryg Jo Dearing, treasurerg Rita Weinburg, vice-president 1' no 4. 9 17" . , 9' X xl -S .J -' s " -+ S 3 '-.rr it ' -' QM' R Ed u:- ff! x it eff -f T131 3. al V sr, Kay Lacy Nancy Layne Bobby Leatherwood Dorothy Leatherwood Mary Dell Lewis Pauline Longsworth Barbara McLaughlin Bonnie Mann Blondell Metcalf Joe Mitchell Bertie Morton Donnie Moss Lewis Nevel Carolyn P. Oliver Margaret Penick Betty Phelps Donald Phillips Phyllis Pollard Marcella Queiser Abner Scruggs Shirley Robertson Esther Shumaker Floyd Shumaker Prestly Smith Loretta Turbyfill Wanda Turbyfill Shirley Watson Rita Weinberg Paul Wilck Bernard Wright Betty Yates not pictured: Thomas Huddleston, David Kennedy, Kate Lewis Donald Ruegg, Joyce Wood Shirley Anderson Ed Atkins Virginia Bass Nell Bernard ,, 'f' lj 3 L ,Lf 'L Elf, 1.Jf'L!fl,I?pJ , N fry , A .nl 'q' 1 ,Lf y MAA pulfw Betty Blackwell 1 'C l lj, rnrsumf My faqnrnqf bv. J mi. W' i:xs':y 3 A' SQ fy Nancy Brisentine ff D, LSP! Katie Mae Bolt " K lt A f rol Brown f I will KL if F LJ qs LQ! S l r U iff ,Juv Nix tl 1-'V 'lb , 1 Ill J nv, 'xlfl' mfllflj ll. - :V fl U W ff ki! aiflff , My ll fa 1. F-1 -ENUM nlyv' f fn! by IAQ " John Carson lli l ,lllllll 1 M lm " Martha Carter XY 4 fp ' 'I - Jane Catlett ' Bruce Cheatham l X i Ax HJ Norris Covington ' Lillian Crenshaw Johnny Cumbey Allen Dahl ' x ul K Betty Doss Sammy Dowdy arbara Duncan llis D unkum l J Iohrmy Emert Dot Ennis l lf fslsilf Eflg ww 'iii' my W Sw.. i lfifif A A K 'H b " I I f . f 1 , A , I I A 1 li ' I 1' 4 , , , K X1 I . ,f I , , 1 I ,f ' Bobby Fowlkes Sylvia Garland Jean Gates Beatrice Gay ill 'Wi Margaret Glenn Annie Grady Joanne Graziani Mason Hamlet Ann Hodges Bill Hodges Bill Ireland Tommy Jenkins Yvonne Jenkins Charles Johnson Sandra Johnson Rando B jf 339 A W' eorge Longsworth James McFadden Charles Martin Steve Martin Garland Mayhew Virginia Morris Wayne Morris Bobby Moore 1 3.55, rnrsnmr 5325, .g.' f -Jfffr - ' 'V 9 ,. i E:.35lf,aJIW fig! if' ' I ,fl W ,TW11I'ff it " -5 ' ..,-- ' me - 453, - g ,gl ,5 31 by t -' use . .Nw Steve Martin, Vice-presidentg Jane Catlett, treasurerg Roy Laing Pearson, secretaryg Not Pictured Allen Dahl, S. C. A. Representative rgggww me mM:f:,: , .Y .W ,575 . E w Q In im f 2 1 f i -rip 3 ' r 353 'UV ky 3 ,F in l 'C 'x if .?b iK f N aw 'E' 'it 'J , i Beverly Wilkerson Reginald Wilkerson Ann Womack 22 ,I 'Q ij, ? 'I Carolyn Mottle G55-2 Frances N Walker Noblin Q ,wg Howard Noel E Judy Odham - Marvin Overton Quinton Overton Thelrna Payne Roy Pearson Bobby Phillips Qfcufl wa ?. 7!a.ala.4-,z2, 4,,?7g'aM'i Suzanne lotl: 4 Daphne Shepard Martin Stanley Linda Taylor Mary Taylor Jean Thornhill 4, . 'J at 4 'I I A rj . ! I I I ,- ' .Q Q I 9 5 A, , ,,1. g George Thorpe Leona Vale Michael Vesdel ,fr ,-,,' Boyd Webb ' J y - ,JV Not Pictured: Jimmy Johns Johnny Mitchell Shirley Oliver Byrl Price Tommy Southall Edith Yeates Cecelia Anderson Henry Booth Qwk Rogers Bowman .W N Carol Campbell Kent Carter Edward Castle Howard Clabough Lawrence Cole Roy Cook Jimmy D. Cox Josephine Crowder Ann Daniel Lucy Doyne Gordon Emert LeRoy Fahrner Earl Farris George Ferguson Betty Ann Floyd Earl Fore Tommy Forrester Judy Garland Marjorie Garnett Richard Glenn Mary Inez Goin Ronald Grant Sylvia Guthrie Buck Hartley Jerry Heifner Doris Higgins Betty Jane Hubbard Clyde Huddleston Joan Marie Jacobs Barbara Jenkins Georgiana Kidd Elsie Layne Phyllis Layne K IIGHIH M' Mary Franc is Leathe rwood June Lindsey Shirley Lindsey GRADE 'fig 31, ' ' Pgiigar .1 ' Y, k w, ir" ' . .r W, -25. 4 :J 3 - 4- ,M vi " X A ,J 5 ik 1' ' f 9+-, L fzs, ff. -. ' ' FTEZQVWEQQQ' ' U ' 'SFI it 6 1 . V, , X 34 at EF Tommy Layne, S, C, A. Representative: Rogers Bowman, Vice-Presidentg Marjorie Garnett, Secretary, Billy Uhrich, Treasurer. 5 1 N Q 2 C' Z3 ,f 'W' 1 ,rrr .Q " T 9. ' .N , ' .....,f.4Z4aa- 1 3 M V, , V .. I wr L5 " if on I .- 1 4 l J, su .- in Ap, if Q' . I t Iii' X W gl.. X ,, n fx Q 9' 'Qu-4 T. K K V., L sy' it 3 fi if T - S1 -... I . if . -" fi P Y E - .. 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Perkins Lawrence Perkins Roy Plunkett Evelyn Price Marie Shumaker Averette Simpson Jimmy Smith Lena Rose Simpson Preston Smith Willard Smith Margie Spencer Sonny Southall Lois Taylor Jean Taylor Bobby Taylor Roberta Thomas Billy Uhrich Edward Ward Martha Ward Frank Watson Bobby Watson Herman Wenger Fletcher Williams Joan Williams Tommy Williams Pauline Womack Peggy Ward Garland Woodson Barclay Woodward Virgil Wright Bobbie Yates Louise Yates 'QW' Xi 5 X 1 ...busy Q HVIIIES E .TQ . Q 1 xv" J s ' nun' S. C. A. 'P OFF ICERS Elizabeth Stimpson President LaNe tte Glenn Vice-President Barbee Hamersly Secretary Virginia Bass Treasurer Miss Porter and Miss Min- kel give last-minute in- structions to the magazine campaign workers. MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN The Magazine Campaign which was sponsored by the Curtis and Crowell-Collier Publishing Companies was launched on October 21, The competition was among the classes. Each class had an indi- vidual goal which was based on the number of students in the class. Students received points for which prizes could be received. Cer- tificates were awarded to students who sold S30 and over. Elizabeth Stimpson was the manager of the campaign with Marie Shepard and Phillip Cooke as company heads. Their assistants were Bill Vaughan and Wilbur Burger, and assistants to'the underclassmen were Virginia Bain and Ken Hudgins. The school exceeded its goal of S2500 with a total sale of 52673. I7. The Seniors won the class prize of S25 by exceeding their goal by the greatest percentage, they were also awarded a theatre party. Miss Porter 's, Miss Fitzgerald 's, Mr. Snyder 's, Mrs. Noel's, and Miss Callahan 's rooms had a theatre party for having exceeded their goal or having had loo percent participation. Attend District S.C.A. meeting at Buchingharn Central High l. to R: Knight, I-lamersley, Miss Porter, Dahl, Woodard, Layne, Bass, Miss Minkel, Jenkins, Shepard, Stimpson, Bain, Williams Mr. Snyder had the high homeroom with 5374. 20 follow ed by Mrs. Dahl and Miss Porter with 3344. 55 and S267.5O, t respectively. Jim Whitlock was high salesman with 3171. 75 up rs' ts' 1 Barclay Woodward, second with SI Io, 25 and Tommy Wil- liams was third with 567. 00. Representatives: Betty Jo Cook, June Price, Martha Clark, David Kennedy, Tommy Knight, Blondell Metcalf, Virgin- ia Bass, George Rickman, Marie Shepard, Bobbie Williams Nadine Dazell, Virginia Bain, Phyllis Jenkins, Allen Dahl, Tommy Layne, Barclay Woodward, Betty Spencer, Ann Jones DUNNINGTON TOBACCO INC. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Edith English IIAVMIHI Ann Brierley, LaNette Glenn Sue Hudson . Phyllis Jenkins Betty Jo Cook A1 Johnston . Betty McClenny , Emily Johnson Kay Lacy . Barbara McLaughlin , . . . . Editor . Business Manager Advertising Manager Circulation Manager SCA Representative . . . Art Editor , Lay-out Editor , Copy Editor , , Copy Assistant , , Copy Assistant , ,Copy Assistant work funny P Nancy Brisentine , Joanne Graziani , , Which picture shall we use? Mr. Thomas L. 5nYde' LEFT TO RIGHT: LaNette Glenn, Joanne Graziani, Frances Gibbs, Barbara McLaughlin, Sue Hudson, Emi- ly Johnson Ann Brierley, Nancy Brisentine, Kay Lacy Photographer Photographer , , Advisor The CAVALIER Staff started even before school began in the Fall of 1953 to make plans for the ensuing year. By the time school had been in session less than a month, five new staff members were chosen from a great number of aspirants, town merchants were approached for advertisements, our goal was reached, a theme for the 1954 Edition was selected, and a great deal of other work was done. From the days before school until The CAVALIER came back from the press, each member on the Staff has taken his position as a honor, a privilege, and as an overwhelming duty to do his best to make the l954 CAVALIER a success, I.. 7 Hblqnfl' . 1, Layout and planning require much Sorting pictures--whose picture was so SHN, A I .,o 5' nal ,ua Na 'as ,IA on ,.Q " ra' tu' ul 05. - Q 0 I A. pl Q 'si A 2' v . ,,s V I. e',. :ff f11' 0 l ,M 2, 13, . . ,.' , 0' pst: I 'Q 0 "' -. 'D .' O 0 'ia 1' -1 0 4 : n'. o Q 5,2 cg , ,sl an : 1- 0.1! 5,5 4. nvl' fa' 4' o 4 .,uv 1' . .,-. a -:gi rf: ' " av,' 4', :i ' 041 .V STUDENT PUBLICATION OF FARMVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Vol. ll No, IX May 1954 STAFF Editor .... . . . Assistant Editor . . Business Manager . Feature Editor . . . Circulation Manager . Sports Editor . . S.C.A. Rep. . Chief Typist . FACULTY ADVISERS Miss Lois Callahan Mrs. Mary Witcher Mr. S.M. Beville REPORTERS . Marie Shepard . . Virginia Bain . Patricia Wilmoth . . Betty Jo Cook Elizabeth Stimpson . Bobbie Williams . . . June Price . . Doris Ragland Norton, Vaden, Bridgeman, Brisentine, Campbell, D. Foster, B. Leatherwood, Harvey, M. Hodges, F. Johns, A. Jones, D. Leatherwood, D. Phillips, Morton, Phelps, Quieser, Odham, L. Taylor, B. Phillips, Allen, V. Gibbs, P. Cooke, C. Brown, Bass, Hamlet, Lacy, C. Fahrner. SHEPARD HEADS FOCUS This fall Marie Shepard assumed editor- ship of the Focus after having served as Editor Shepard and Business Manager Wilmoth mimeographing an edition of the Focus Bain, Whitlock and Vale at work cutting stencils for a publication. Assistant Editor the previous year. Marie's previous experience and willingness to do a thorough job has helped to make this year's Focus a big success, FOCUS SPONSORED BY S. C. A. This year the S, C. A, sponsored the Focus, The paper wasmimeographed be- cause it was published more often than in the past years. Each week the Focus was published and a copy was given to every student free of charge. The Staff felt that by publishing the paper more often and distributing it to all students it would create more interest in school news and happenings. After each semester the staff published a printed edition sum- marizing the previous semester, STUDENT BODY VOTES FOR MIMEOGRAPHING MACHINE An assembly was held Thursday, Jan- uary 7, during activity period, A student body meeting was held to duscuss the mat- ter of the S. C. A. purchasing a mimeo- graphing machine for the school use. The projectwas put before the students for ap- proval and they voted in favor of it. CONVENTION ATTENDED Delegates of the Focus and Cavalier staffs attended a meeting of the Southern Interscholastic Press Association at Lex- ington on April 30 and May l. FIRST ROW: Crenshaw, Mc Laughlin, P. Foster, Wein- burg, Garland, Glenn, Heif- ner, Manng SECOND ROW: Mottley, P. Smith, D. Ken- nedy, Knight, Gates, Rick- man, J. Heifner FIRST ROW: Joyce Orange, Eve- lyn Goin, Nadine Dazell, Irene Simmons, Nan Gilliam, SECOND ROW: Louise Clabough, Johnnie Harwood, Ken Hudgins, Jimbo Whitlock, Renny Kennedy, Jim- my Bradshaw G lil CIUB FIRST ROW: B. Yates, Gar- land, Womack, Shumaker, Johnson, Garnett, Penick, Jen kinsg SECOND ROW: Watson, Morris, Thornhill, Wood, An- derson , Hubbard, Vandcrpool, Layne ENNIS RADIO 81 TELEVLSION SERVICE PEOPLES' NATIONAL BANK Z9 Ready to march! cooK's SERVICE STATION 30 fw- .et mg, Q N. R y. 0 'f MR. HOIER Band Director BAND OFFICERS President - Ken Hudgins Secretary - Doris Ragland Librarians - Esther Shumaker Carolyn Oliver Betty Phelps Manager - Roy Cook Asst. Mgr. - Tommy Williams Uniforms - Roy Plunkett S, C, A. - Tommy Knight MARTIN THE .TEWELER Having a concertl The school is proud of the Band. Under the direction of Mr. Hoier they rehearse many hours in order to provide for our enjoyrnent. They could always be called upon to pep- up a football game, a parade, or an assembly programwith their fine music. Although the band was small, they have done a great job. The majorettes have gone about their duties with spirit this year - marching with the band and performing at the football games, It was tiring work Qand cold, too U but there were no complaints from our majorettes, They have been a grand group,and everyone hopes they'll be back in full force next year, Members: Jimmy Bradshaw, Buddy Brightwell, Wilson Cooke, Roy Cook, Jimmy D, Cox, Jo Dear- ing, Leroy Fahrner, Thomas Forrester, Bucky Fore, John Garner, Johnny Gates, Jerry Heif- ner, Sheila Heifner, Ken Hudgins, Phyllis Jenk ins, Tommy Jenkins, Nancy Kelsey, Tommy Knight, Tommy Layne, Bonnie Mann, Caro- lyn Oliver, Betty Phelps, Roy Plunkett, Doris Ragland, Billy Scruggs, Abner Scruggs, Esther Shumaker, William Smith, Martin Stanley, Billy Uhrich, Tommy Williams, Patsy Foster KILKARE LAUNDRY Ready for the parade! Waiting to join inl SPA ISH lllllll lAlI lllllli Mary Frances Gibbs, president of the Latin Club, confers with Martha Clark, Frances Johns, Anne Jones, Sally Finch, Bonnie Mann, and Bertie Morton at a club meeting. an-9 MRS. MARGARET COON, whose untiring and unceasing work will long be remembered by students of Farrnville High School, has now chosen to retire. We will miss her, for she has inspired us not only in the study of the Romance Languages, but also with the finer qualities of life. Mrs. Coon taught in Florida and other Virginia school systems prior to coming to Farmville High School in 1930. During this time she has taught Latin, French, and Spanish. She also has been facul- ty advisor to the Junior Classes and lately to Senior Classes. Spon- soring the Spanish and Latin Clubs is one of the ways in which she strived to provide her students with desirable educative experiences. Her calmness, patience, willingness to help her students, sympathy, and ready smile will indeed be a loss to our school. We wish her good health, much happiness, and a full life in the deserved retirement. Mrs. Coon assists Bobbie Williams, Ann Brierley, Pat Ireland, Miss Baird gives dictation to Kent Lacy, Betty McClenny Gerald Duncan, and Sue Hudson. George Rickman, Renny Kennedy, and Virginia Bain. J. J. NEWBERRY CO. ROY C . JENKINS 32 Illllllllll This year the Distributive Education and Diversified Occupations classes which offer a number of students advance work and salesmanship experience were introduced to the students at Farmville High School. The DE Club gives students an excellent opportunity to become better ac- quainted with the fundamentals of salesmanship, human relations, color and design in merchandise, design, store operation, advertising, and mathematics of distribution, The DO organization is taught with instruction on an indivi- dual basis. By taking DO, the student may leam any trade other than retail- ing. All DO and DE students earn two credits and work fifteen hours a week in some retail or service establishment. These clubs and classes give many advantages to Farmville High students. They give them the opportunity to earn money, to prepare themselves for trade and to obtain greater experience and earning power in the business world by the time of graduation, The students are pleased that FHS is offering this new opportunity for training. It is another example of how the school cares for the best interest of the students. J ohnny Lynn Diversified Occupations includes Bobby Fulcher, Harold Huddleston johnny Lynn, Tommy Mason, Bil- ly Mills, Shirley Southall, Robert Ward, Hazel Johnson, Alice Trent. Q Distributive Education students are Donald Foster, Gene Goin, Benny Higgins. Joe Mitchell, William Young, Helen Faye Nor ton, Bonnie Norestein. Donald Foster 3 3 Helen Faye Norton Shirley Southall ,Kari Tommy, haven't you learned those lines yet? P Members of the Dramatics Club are Wayne Morris, Annie Mae Grady, Katie Mae Bolt, Nell Bernard, Connie Fahrner, Pauline Longsworth, Beatrice Gay, Ann Hodges, George Longsworth, Mildred Davis, Shirley Crump, Margaret Penick, Tommy Clark, Bill Vaughan, Martha Clark, Betty Spencer, Suzanne Plott, Mary Frances Gibbs, Jane Catlett, Dot Ennis, Nancy Havens, Jeanette Cody, Pat Ireland, Floyd Shumaker, Patsy Fulcher, and Phyllis Pollard. The Farmville High School Chapter of the Thespian Society, a national honor society in dramatics, has become much more active this year, holding meetings once a week. Connie Fahrner has served as president, Bill Vaughan, as vice-president, Mary Frances Gibbs, as sec- retary-treasurer: and Betty Spencer, as S, C, A, representative. Thirteen members of the Dra- matics Club have become members of the Chap- ter. Pictures: H "Put more enthusiasm into this scene! Ph llis Pollard Jeanette Cody Nancy Havens Y 1 ' ' Wayne Morris, Dot Ennis, Annie Mae Grady, Suz- anne Plott, and Beaty Gay enjoy watching the pratice from the side lines. HILLTOP ROLLER RINK VAUGHAN'S GROCERY 34 IIRANIAIIIIS lllll Officers: President ...,.. Tommy Clark Vice-President .... Bobby Fulcher Secretary .,,.,. Bill Vaughan Treasurer ...... Connie Fahrner S,C.A. representative , Martha Clark Sponsor ,.,.,, Mr. Meredith Robeson IIRRARY lllllll This year the Library Club sponsored Book Week from November 16-ZZ Witha radio program, an exhibit contest held throughout the school, and an assembly featuring book characters from each English Class, The Club also developed the terrace in the open court and planted one hundred red tulip bulbs there. Members are Nancy Havens, Ann Cassell, Carolyn Oliver, Phyllis Pollard, Betty Phelps, Alice Trent, Joan Jacobs, Shelby Johnson, Mary D, Lewis Kate Lewis, Nancy Kelsey, Leona Vale, George Ferguson, Roy Cook, Lawrence Perkins, Preston Smith, Richard Glenn, Daphne Sheppard, Dot Ennis, Mildred Hodges, and Mildred Harvey. Shirley Robertson is pre- sident of the Club, Ann Sch- midt, vice-presidentg Phyllis Cooke, secretary-treasurer: and Virginia Bass, S. C, A, representative, Pictures, top to bottom: John Garner portraying Rip Van Winkle won first prize among the book characters. Miss O'Brien checks out a pile of books every period, Ann Daniels as Jo, Geor- gianna Kidd as Amy, Jose- phine Crowder as Meg, and Lucy Tucker Doyne as Beth represented "Little Women," Plans get underway for a new project during a Library Club meeting, LONGWOOD JEWELERS , H. BUTLER INSURANCE AGENCY Pllllllll SPEAKI I3 Clllll FIRST ROW: Tommy Williams, Henry Booth, Jean Taylor, Mary Frances Leatherwood, Carol Campbell: SECOND ROW: Lena Rose Simpson, Gracie Yeatts, Joan Williams, Sylvia Guthrie, Ann Daniels, Josephine Crowder, THIRD ROW: Margie Spencer, Lucy Tucker Doyne, and Georgianna Kidd, "Know what you are planning to say, be natural and then public speaking is fun." With this motto in mind, those inthe Public Speaking Club have endeavored to improve the qualities of their ex- pression by making extemporaneous and prepared speeches and presenting skits and oral readings, The assembly program given before Thanksgiving was one of the highlights of the year, The club has been under the leadership of George Ferguson, pre- sidentg Margie Spencer, vice-president: Lucy Tucker Doyne, secretaryg Geor- gianna Kidd, treasurer, and Barclay Woodward, S, C, A. representativegwith Mrs. Fleetwood and Miss Nancy Nelson, assisted by Miss Minkel, as the advisors. WALKER 'S RESTAURANT 36 BRADSHAW'S GARAGE, INC. i' ' Miss Nancy Nelson, a Longwood speech and Dra- matics student shows howl George Ferguson, President Joan Williams practices before the class. Doris Ragland, last year 's president, installs new officers of Long- 'ood Federation elected during the fall meeting held at F.H. S. OFFICERS: President ..... Doris Ragland Vice President . Jenny Lee Franklin Secretary .... Florence Bowman Treasurer. . . . Virginia Gibbs Reporter . . . Dot Vaden Historians . . Phyllis Cook Anne Cassell S.C.A. rep. . . Blondell Metcalf The FgH.A. started off the year with a bang by winning 531,00 with their home project exhibits at the Five County Fair. Also, the fall meeting for the election and in- stallation of officers of the Long- wood Federation was held at F, H. S. Barbara McLaughlin of F, H, S, was elected vice-president and past president Doris Ragland pre- sided. S' 5 S Q,- if Q1 4, 55 'ah .55 s5.xclNlSf0o 0, S -B q " 2 "' 0 I x 41- tcnrwi' Nb L. E. LICHFORD FARMVILLE CREAMERY F. H. A. v pg' 5225-'?k'r I wi Mrs. Grigg, sponsor, and Doris Ragland. Members - Lucy Mae Bates, Florence Bowman, Ernestine Bridgeman, Louise Campbell, Anne Cassell, Phyllis Cooke, Josephine Crowder, Lucy Tucker Doyne, Jackie Fore, Patsy Fulcher, Judy Garland, Elaine Garrison, Mary Goin, Sylvia Guthrie, Doris Ann Higgins, Betty Jane Hubbard, Joan Jacobs, Blondell Metcalf, Frances Newcomb Shirley Oliver, Thelma Payne, Daphne Sheppard, Jenny Lee Franklin, Alice Trent, Dot Vaden Group discussions help in home problems 3 7 l Sllll Cl Clllll Steve Martin demonstrates static electricity to Jimmy Johns, Bobby Moore, and Charles Mar- tin. Members are Mary Dell Lewis, Ann Cassell, Jean Gates, Shirley Robertson, Kent Carter, Steve Martin, Charles Martin, Bobby Moore Jimmy Johns, Roy Plunkett, Tommy Layne, Richard Glenn, Ea.rl Fariss, Willard Smith, Billy Uhrich, LeRoy Fahrner, Robert Watson, Thomas Williams, Bobby Yeatts, Bobby Tay- lor, Frank Watson, Fletcher Williams, Mil- dred Hodges, Mildred Harvey, Bernard Nuc- kols, Donnie Moss, Allen Dahl, Prestley Smith, Jean Thornhill, and Thomas Forester 1 Step back, Mr. Baker. It might explode! OFFICERS Wallace Vale . Patricia Wilmoth Nancy Havens . Billy Scruggs . Bobbie Williams Mr. John Baker . . President .Vice-president . Secretary , Treasurer S. C. A. rep. . . Sponsor up - -.-. fl Science Club members Charles Martin, Rogers Bowman, Earl Fariss, Kent Carter, and Fletcher Williams show off their model airplanes. Shirley Robertson shows Donnie Moss, Ann Cassell, and Mary Dell Lewis a poster on trees. Could you identify the pine needles? GLENN-CARSON SUPPLY CO, INC, PI..ANTER'S BANK gl TRUST CO. - " ' F , it 38 K 4? . in M 1 s. s gulf mtl im .-awww-5l.u1 miirrlllwxsntrzhr Hl0lBAll .rf , ",,. fe '-4' . '-'-sh . Y.. , A '. 1 .. 1-. .. L 1 Qhftzf' ' I' ,, - ' 2- 3 '.5'. V r I Y N' , V Sj5--------"Q--Qsbs .53 1 .4 " ' ,ss Jw.- . s." D ': x F8.l'l'1'lVluB Opponent -"ig: ' . ' I3 Halifax County 0 J :'1,-Jiri 7 Emporia 20 ' . 'filly o C.H. Friend 40 - ' ,:f., ' 34 Victoria 0 l Qfzfig-Z -h 30 Natural Bridge 6 3 , -.. 15-.QQ . 32 Crewe I3 . . ."f,'fgj:'E 19 Lawrenceville o 5 -, " .-. 314' U . p'l,.'. 34 Blackstone 20 5 ' 4 0' 3-.:, ' ,J 26 Randolph-Henry 0 ' 335: I-,.1.5' y 'T 0 . ., 25 Bedford . 27 '! -, 2 , ggffif. ' -' h ., . -.. ', . ..'.:gI1-2'-'-'N , Luz? :QSM , .. Zi, U u.. . .Zi i- :.iff::fP.,.':.. 'i.g:-q, . 1' 212.3 2-s 'L f.',""'-'gl .Trgzf-:-cl' . 'W' 3Tb'L'3?'.-f'.-'r'-:IGI? Eff- f-'PTH' ' ' , n"1,"..'4y...,'-"' g,'l ' ' ,r,.,-1, + 1 ' Vale brings down Blackstone ball carrier as Cumbey moves in to assist Vaughan-end Chaney-guard ,Z Burger-tackle Garner-end Vale-back Co-captain Lafoon-back ? .5 N: -K I Y, JT! af .. G ft 'N ' I 5 5 4 L, Cumbey-back Co-captain . S Q Q 951 elk Q L Q i I I Noel-back Brightwell guard Carter tackle Harwood -back Not Pictured: Dumkum-guard Whitlock- tackle Ward-tackle Mitchell-end Hudgins back Lowe-back Orange-guard Jones-end I .5 I Dowdy-end J enkins end Clark- center Kennedy end Jacobs-manager, CEDARBROOK RESTAURANT +3 F I 5? M, Morris-end Moss-tackle J, Cumbey-end Spencer-tackle Johnston -back Morris-back The 1953 Farmville High School Wolverines, led by Co-Captains Wally Vale and Lacy Cumbey, made an out- standing season's record of seven victories and three defeats and took second place to Emporia in the Group II, District III standings. Fol- lowing two early losses to Chester and Emporia, F.H,S, made six straight victories, including the Homecoming game with Blackstone, before they were stopped in a thril- ler by Bedford. Coach Gil- mer and the student body were well pleased by this season's successful cam- paign. Wally Vale Coach Gilmer Lacy Cumbey TAYLQR,FQRBES CQMPANY C0 C3Pf3m C0'C3Pt3-in W, A, WATSON INS. AGENCY HIIMHIIIMI 6 I95 Betty .To Cook Homecoming Queen Cadekxl' ex Bekd X305 nwiw em 39 ' tefeilne 5661, 6 'XX s gen ' 37,6 Q0 me O COOK' X49 X0 JYWA5 CX AW , OBO? Bggx ' ye. XA ww 14 wall Afu Car Parade an 42 Coca-Cola Bottling co. Will this Bunny Hop last forever? M0 IIGRAIVI lflllli The Monogram Club is made up of students who have made their letters in athletics. Lacy Cumbey heads the club as president with Betty Io Cook as vice-president, Tommy Clark as secretary-treasurer, and Marie Shepard as S. C, A, representative. The first event of interest sponsored by the Monogram Club was Homecoming. The girls looked lovely and - - we won the game! The project for the year was to buy Mr, Hoier a band uniform. We don't mean to brag, but he really looks "sharp" in it, The annual Football Banquet and Dance went over with a bang! Then everyone looked forward to initiation. except maybe those who were to be initi- ated. Vale, Jenkins, Dowdy, Carter, and Duncan provided a background for Mr. Hoier's trumpet playing, Aw--gon on an' open it now, coach GARLAND at I-IARWOOD TAYLOR MANUFACTURING co., INC. 43 BUYS BASKllBAll Farmville 40 45 63 56 SCOREBOARD Buckingham Buckingham Blackstone Victoria Emporia Opponent 54 50 31 44 41 IRI APIAI WFLOJ - Mutual Game of the Day 44 55 38 45 5o 58 35 56 41 61 48 Victoria Randolph-Henry Lawrenceville Crewe Bedford Crewe Emporia Randolph-Henry Halifax County Group II District III Tournament 59 70 58 Amelia Buckingham Lawrenceville Group II State 39 William Fleming 36 41 46 31 51 41 49 47 65 34 54 49 65 FIRST ROW: Barbee Hamersley, George Rickman, Gerald Duncan, Wallace Vale, Lacy Cumbey, Clark Lowe, SECOND ROW: Coach Gilmer, Johnnie Har- wood, Charles Anderson, Randolph Lafoon, Bobby Chaney, Ken Hudgins, Sammy Dowdy, manager. With a starting line-up of Vale and Duncan, forwards, Anderson, center, and Chaney and Cumbey, guards, Coach Gilmer had a starting five that gave every team they met plenty of trouble, Another important factor in the fine showing of the team were the re- serves, who performed Capably when called upon. They included Lafoon, Rickman, Hamersley, Lowe, Harwood, Hudgins, and Clark. Although nine players were lost from last year's undefeated squad, the 1953-54 Wolverines, led by tri-captains Wally Vale, Lacy Cumbey, and Gerald Duncan, continued to play good ball for F.H.S. and wound up the season with an excellent record of 10 wins and 5 losses. The team finished third in Group Il Dis- trict Ill competition and participated in the tournament at Hampden Sydney, and came out 0 top by defeating Amelia Buckingham, and Law- renceville. Dune an . sinks one from th e Come, Wally Vale goes Suetchl i V the Une, After losing two very close games to Buckingham in their first two starts of the year, the Wolverines began to pick up speed and ran up a string of eight straight victories be- fore they were stopped in a close one by Bedford, After that defeat came victories over Crewe and Blackstone and losses to Emporia and Halifax County. SOUTHERN ATHLETIC SUPPLY., INC. 45 BUTCHER'S STORE FIRST ROW: Webb, Brisentine, Williams, Franklin, Weinberg, Jones, SECOND ROW: Wilmoxh, manager, Deering, Ragland, M.F. Gibbs, Longsworth, McClenny, Kelsey, Glenn, Vale, Va. Gibbs Farmville Opponent 2 3 Buckingham 79 32 Buckingham 69 43 Blackstone 37 38 Victoria 40 47 Victoria 50 I6 Randolph- Henry 75 31 Crewe 30 5I Lawrenceville 35 43 Crewe 38 I7 Longwood Freshmen 61 34 Randolph-Henry QQ 1. Jenny S. Franklin, co-captain, Coach Slots, and Bobbie Williams, co-captain 2. Afternoons of hard practice really were fun. 3. This was all in fun. WALTER G. BRUCE Sz FARMVILLE ESSO SERVICE PHYS. HI. HASSIS Vxhth .i -- X .ef 17 R-tx t e '. Q, L ,t I P h So near but yet so far! ay t x is W XL" N 5 .kkkl I A ' K- . ' i V X. Al Look at those bare feet! Watch! Don't make "sticks" 4145? ,ww 'YM tunnlnntns ' 8 4 5 V ,, ss v 115 Out of a large group of hopeful girls, six new cheerleaders were chosen from the senior, junior, and sophomore classes early in the fall. After being chosen, the long, hard days of practice began, because a cheer leader must be as nearly perfect as possible. But any amount of practice is worth the honor of being a cheerleader, she is repaid enough by the poise and confidence gained, not to mention the thrill of representing FHS at football and basketball games. Ask any of the ten cheerleaders and they are sure to tell you that their cheerleading days have been some of the most exciting and enjoyable times they've ever had. It looks like we're WINNING!!! 48 is W is fs, I' I ig' R, Ewa s 5 1 A I, s v , , P up L p ALMA MATER For Farmville High, we'll always try to hold to standards true, To do our best to meet the test in everything we dog For Farmville High, as time goes by, as faces fade from view, There's one thing we know - where e'er we may go We'll remember youl G1-ay's Rexall Drugstore ' .tr ,,,s-A .A FIRST ROW, L TO R: Copley, Guthrie, McNeil SECOND ROW: Parrish, Edwards, Branch THIRD ROW: C, Moore, Stringfield, Hood FoURTH ROW: T. Moore ,RzSbinson, Vought i ,J .lf-1 Maas '., ff3',,,,x J' ,4,,f't "' x ad if A '1 S 3 FIRST ROW, L TO R: Palmer, Nelson, Cobb SECOND ROW: Wilson, Karnes, Barksdale, Underwood, King THIRD ROW: Southall, Moore, Barlow, Gillikin, Bailey, Dovcl, Wiatt. SHIRE I-HAIIHIRS At the beginning of each semester, student-teachers from Longwood College are introduced in manyclasses, Most of their faces are al- ready familiar to the students for they have frequently ob- served high school classes during the preceding se- mester. Student-teachers are an asset to Farmville High School classes. They sup- plement the talents of the regular teacher and enhance learning by making possible more individual help to the students, Surprisingly, their initial anxieties are shared by the students. Al- though it may sometimes appear otherwise, the stu- dents sincerely wish for their success. It is a pri- vilege to have part in the training of future teachers. The annual staff regrets that this page was not in- cluded in the faculty section. A revision in space allotment made it possible to include the page, but it occurred at a time too late to be included in the faculty section. G L A L ww 'fx Qaida Hflll Ill FAME Best Personality- Friendliest- Phillip Cooke and Kenneth Hudgins and Elizabeth Stimpson Pat Wilrnoth .A 5 i QE. Most Athletic- Wally Vale and Bobbie Williams Best All Around- Phillip Cooke and Elizabeth Stimpson Most Popular- Most Likely to Succeed Lacy Cumbey and Renny Kennedy and Betty .To Cook Ann Brierley - -111 Fa rmville Manufacturing Co. Best Looking- Tommy Clark an Betty Jo Cook Most Talented .Tiinmy Bradshaw Marie Shepard ,ffff-gif' ,, The businesses of Farmville and surrounding territories have supported this publication to the extent that the sale price to the students represents approximately one-half the cost of publication. The CAVALIER Staff of Farmville High School kindly urges the reader of this publication to patronize these businesses. - ',.'v p v ,fwfr ? 1 Q ug "' wx a TR! ii X pug:-nuns A1 w Q 1 L-A '17 n-'wtf' -1, :fr-X -5 - , 0 5 -v 'iF 'f' N ...NY Me, t h' -YB am, -Y. - w r I '3'zwQ'h vi. 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I ' ,' ur 31 ' 211: , -, Q3 ' 42,1 - 1 Y ' ',-4, 1,7 fdf ,ujgyff ' vw ,,-L -is ' eg 1 , W ,E EW YO OR l?Ll The chaperones looked opdmi 1 Suc Sl IUR ClASS IRIP Looking for 3 daughters Writing to whom P GORDON'S TRANSFER RICKERT OIL C OMPANY 53 E? ,uni Florence Bowman FHA 5, Sect. 5, Li- brary Club 5 Betty Jo Cook Cheerleader 3, 4, 5, Head Cheerleader 5, Homecoming Court 4, Queen 5, Focus 5, Feature Ed. 5, Cava lier 4, 5, SCA 5, Dra matics Club I, 2, 3, Thespian 2, 3, 4, 5, Jimmy Bradshaw Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice Pres. 4, Pres. 5,'Arts 8, Crafts I, Football 2- 3 Phillip Cook Glee Club I,2,4,: Fo- us 5, Baseball 3,4, 5, Monogram 4, 5, KVG 3, SCA 3, Class Treas. 4, Boys State 4, Class Band I, Vice-Pres, of prophet 5 Class 4, Monogram Club 2, 3,4, Vice- Pres. 5 Elaine Garrison FHA 5, Library Club 5 Nan Gilliam DAR Citizenship Award 5, Girls State 4, Class Sect. 5, FHA 2, 3,4, Reporter 3, Pres. 4, Library Club 4, Pres. 4 Ann Brierley Glee Club I,2,4Q Fo- cus 3, Cavalier 2,3,4, 5, Bus. Mgr, 4, Editor 5, SIPA 3,4, Spanish Club 4, 5, Cheerleader 5, Girls State 4, Mono- gram Club 5, Science Club 3 Lacy Cumbey Glee Club 2, KVG 3, Dramatics 5, Sci- ence Club 3, Midget Football I,2, Foot- ball 3,4, 5, C0-Capt. 5, Basketball 3, 4, 5, Tri-Capt. 5, Baseball 2, 3,4, 5, C0-Capt. 5, Monogram 3, 4, 5, Pres. 5 Evelyn Goin Glee Club I, 3,4, 5, FHA 2,4 Bobby Carter Monogram Club 4, 5, Midget Football 1, KVG 3, Football 4, 5 Nadine Dazell Mt. Holly High, Mt. Holly, N.J, 1,2,3,4, FHS 5, Travel Club 3, Chorus 2, Dramatics 4, Spanish Club 4, 5, Vice-Pres. 5, Glee Club 5, SCA 5, Home- coming Court 5 John Harwood Class Pres. 3,4, Foot- ball 2, 3,4, 5, Basket- ball 5, Glee Club 2, 4-52 Monogfam 3.4. 5, Arts 8, Crafts I, Class Historian 5 Louise Cla bo ugh Library Club I, FHA 2, 3,4, Glee Club 3,4, 5 Connie Fahmer Band I, Dramatics I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treas. 5, Thespian 2, 3,4, 5, Pres. 5, Focus 5, Spanish Club 4 Kenneth Hudgins Class Pres. 5, Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Manager 4, Pres, 5, Midget Foot- ball I, Football 3,4, 5, Library Club I, Glee Club 4, 5, Treas. 5, Forensic Meet 4, 5, Magazine Campaign 5 SCA I Tommy Clark Dramatics Club 5, Pres, 5, Football 3, 4, 5, Class Giftorian 5, Midget Football I, Monogram 3,4, 5, Treas. 5, Class Treas 3, 5, Basketball 3, Mgr. 4, Midget Foot- ball I, Baseball 5 Q Q9 Isb- l as ,Fa v kim "-1 swf ,S fs v-Qi 'GY .sr Sue Hudson Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Cavalier 3,4,5, Ads. Mgr. 5, SCA 4, Span- ish Club 4, 5, Pres. 5, Science Club 3: Monogram 5, Class Historian 5, Cheer- leader 5 Joyce Orange Library Club 3, 4, Sect. -treas. 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-Pres. 4: Glee Club 5 i bf? Pat Ireland Glee Club I, Jr.- Sr, Play 4, 5, Spanish Club 4, 5, Dramatics Club 2, 3,4, 5, Thes- pian 2, 3,4, 5, Lib- rary Asst. I, 4, 5 June Price Glee Club I, 2, Cava- lier 3, Focus 4, 5, SCA 5 Elizabeth Stimpson Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Sect. 3, Focus 5, Circ. Mgr. 5: Treas. Sect., Vice-Pres. 8, of SCA, Class 3, Head of Pres. Sect. Magazine Campaign 5 ,A arm 'anal' Al Johnston Transfer from Henry Clay High fAshland, va., 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 5, Key Club I, 2, Science Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Cav- alier 3,4, 5, Art Ed. 3, 5, Football 4, Class Vice-Pres. 5, Class Prophet 5 Doris Ragland Glee Club I, 2, 3,4, FHA 3,4,5, Treas. 3, 4, Pres. 5, Longwood Federation Pres. 4: 4- H Club 5, Vice-Pres. 5, Focus 5, Chief Typ ist 5, Band I, 2, 3,4, 5 Librarian 3, Sect. 5, Class Giftorian 5 Barry Lee Wells C29 Renny Kennedy Band I, 2, 3, Glee Club 4, 5, KVG 3: Football 4, 5, SCA 5, Boys State 4, Class Vice-Pres. 3, Span- ish Club 5, Class Testator 5 Billy Scruggs Band 1, 2,4, 5, Science Club 5, Treas. 5, Arts 8, Crafts I,2: Bus Driver 5 Jim Whitlock Monogram 3, 4, 5, Glee Club 2,4, 5, Fo- cus 5, Dramatics I, Football 2, 3, 4, 5, Midget Football I, Magazine Campaign High Salesman 3,4, Arts 8, Crafts I, 2, Class 5: Class Testamr 5 Poet 5 I ,wx Z Helen Faye Norton DE Club 5, Sect. Treas. 5: Cavalier I, 3, Focus 4, 5, Art Ed. 5, Dramatics 1, Majorette I, 2, 3, 4, 5: Head Majorette 3, Drum Majorette 3, 4, Mgr. 5 Marie Shepard Dramatics 1,23 FHA 1, Cavalier 3,4, Fo- cus 3,4, 5, Business Mgr, 4: Editor 5, Monogram 3,4, 5, Band lg Cheerleader 3,4, 5, Class Sect. 4: scA 4, SIPA 4 Bobbie Williams Class Poet 5, Glee Club I,2, Focus 3,4, 5, Sports Ed. 5, Cav- alier 3,4, Spanish Club 4, 5, Vice-Pres, 4, Science Club 3,4, Monogram 4, 5, Girls Basketball 4, 5, Co- Capt. 5, SCA 4, 5, District Sect. 5 Bonnie Notestein Transfer from Miner- al Springs QVa.l High 5, Library Club 2, FHA 2,3, Pres. Home Room 2,4, DE Club 5 Pres. 5: GAA 4, Mon- ogram 3,4, X-Teens 3, Sect. Class 3, Girl Basketball 3,4, Press Reporter 4 Irene Simmons Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, FHA I, Science Club 2, Library Club 4 Patricia Wilmoth Glee Club 1, FHA I, SIPA 4, Monogram 4, 5, Focus 3,4, 5, Cir- culation Mgr. 4, Busi ness Mgr. 5, Science Club 5, Vice-Pres. 5 Mgr. Girls Basketball Team 4, 5, SCA 3, Cavalier 2, 3,4 'WWI' SIIUR BA , 001 XXXS ON! The food was pretty and the girls tasted good HUII is smwgx BALDWIN'S DEPTMENT STORE QW JR SH.DA Cl W vs 35 XXXXXNQ Harry Graves Joe and Weste Grace Graves Hilda . . . Lois Graves . Judy Graves . Fuffy Adams J. B. Curtis. JU IUR rn Union Boy . Tommy Knight . , Kent Lacy . Connie Fahrner . . Pat Ireland . Virginia Bain . Betty Spencer . Dot Vaden . Jim Whitlock Directors. . Mrs. E. L. Dahl Miss Nancy Nelson Assisted by Mr. Stuart M. Beville Publicity Chairman .,,,, Miss Kate O'Brien Ticket Chairman . . Miss Lillian Minkel Costumes. . . . . Emily Johnson LEFT TO RIGHT: McClenny, Ireland, Bain, Garner, Fahrner, Lowe, Spencer, Knight, Whitlock, Rickman, Vaden, l-ludgins, Kennedy, Lacy, Vaughan -Sl IUR ClASS PlAY Ellen Curtis . . Willis Reynolds . Barlow Adams . Merrill Feuerback Sterling Brown . Albert Kunody . Tommy Arbuckle Haskell Cummings Program Chairman. . . . Property Chairman Stage Managers. 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