Farmville High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Farmville, VA)

 - Class of 1959

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LIVING d EQWZIIQ FHS on 0 at . . 5 "M"-ry., -1-...,,Y zz 3 f ,jx ,Q .,vw-""""J is il P' ' :' 'FQ' -.J 1 rf- F ' ,I 8 xl 9 ff wr ' 1 . 3, A 1, liar."-mind'-:ni wt, sn, A THE 1959 CAVALIER Published By The Students Of FARMVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Farmville, Virginia 4 Have you ever paused for a moment to think of the things you will want to re- member of your years at Farmville High? You'll probably remember first the all- important curricular work, and then the varied social and extra-curricular activ- ities. All three go together to help de- velop a well rounded personality. After these thoughts have passed, others may linger. We have attempted to register, pictorially, some of the high-lights of your search for knowledge, so that you may, in remember- ing, hear the clang of the familiar bell . . . the thundering of feet between classes . . . gleeful goodbyes and the silence of empty halls at the end of another day. In the following pages, school life is a program revolving around you, and en- riching your life. DAY BY DAY WE ACTIVELY ENGAGE IN Z ,,,,f---. Mr Colley and Mrs Barbour begm each day w1th the usual rout1ne of s1gn1ng excuses Classes start promptly at 9 10 St dents of a lanffuave class lmprove the1r French by the use of a tape re corder CONTENTS Adm1n1strat1on and Students Ath1et1cs Feature s VARIOUS STUDENT ACTIVITIES 2 . u- 7 p X 7 ' ' ' . . 11 W Organizations .......... 47 I Q. ' ............ 65 I ' . . .... 75 GQ, Studies, such as Mrs. Coleman' s W o r ld His- tory class, gave students the opportunity to learn. The annual Homecoming Dance and other social events were an important part of the year also. C! ' THROUGH KNOQZLEDGE V 6 ' ' ti y I K f ', V, V. K fa f. ' V4 . 1 K ,, - 2:53. H 'fl . , W 4 'gf Z 474' W2 HARACTER SPORTSMANSHIP 5 , .1 I I J , .ff l ', ' 'fi' 13, 1 XM . -. . I 5 v V 1 W' ni' ,., W. .fd A X an X I a A we 7 ,wk ' . V :W wi ... . A sci-,Rf L- " L AND A LONGING TO FOREVER REMEMBER... LIVING and F.H.S For each of us, there were those thought-provoking lessons that trained us to reason . . . We looked forward, of course, to good times, but we realize that it was the curricular work which gave us the opportunity to enrich our minds, and to prepare ourselves for a constructive life. Students wait hungrily in line to pay for their meals at lunchtime. Frank Nat Coleman and Bobby Carter lower the flag at the end of another day. The library affords interesting reading material and a quiet place in which to study. f w.. . 1., . X 'X k c ,e?Sg.A,.., ,, K. it A W F ,.. f A , gf A N. m A . Q ' I -'W ,,,,4,K..,,-G Six' an K '- gown F ug. -Y 43" Y- .' . pw' ., R'f'.- ,-ffm, l'Q,.Q' I ' 2.7! lu. Aww 1 Two AD wnmw -- 4A 5 I 'V'r S V Collcx Pr1nc1pal 1 ,sw 'QU' Mrs Conme Barbour School Secretarx ADMINISTR TIQN s., Mrs Ba1bour takcs Coach Gzlmer Mr Robert C Gllmer Asslstant Prmcxpal Boys Ph5s1CalEduCat1on Boy s Athletlc Coach Monogram Club lcttel from Mr Colley an ,. x A , if 2 x 1 f .. I , I ii A K 1 , V . . , . AL s 1 . ANY is-Warne, , ,g3L.M:,3fk., . - 1 a , - ' , d E- 'Y 'D -al. NM Wonder 1f Mx Ault' s new atomxc fuel mll be a success 'P MISS Frances Arm1stead Mr Donald Ault Latml II Spanlshl II Spamsh Club Mrs LeNo1r Coleman World Geography World H1story CAVALIER 4... of Homeconune ex ents DMIXISTRATIO Mr John Austm General Sc1ence 9 Chem1stry Physlcs SCIGDCB Club Beta Club General Sclence 9 B1ology Scxence Club J V Basketball Coach Mrs Luc1lle Dahl Mrs Mary Edwards Mrs Coleman and Mrs Fleetwood go ow er the schedule Mrs Mary Chapman General Sc1ence 9 Engl1sh1O 11 Mr Walter Edwards J Industrxal Arts Industr1al Arts Club l 1 fo? Q... I T J T X C . A . . , Cheerleaders English 11, 12 General Science 8, 9 A R J w N . I -Q C M ' V Q X . 'M F' x T , l . ' I ' WX D Mrs Hallie Fleetwood M1ss L1ll1an M1nkel General Math 8 9 Algebra I Tr1 H1 Y MISS Kate O Br1en L1brar1an Lxbrary Club Beta Club M1ss Mxnktlanci Mrs the day dev: IU' General Math 8 Plane Geometry Advanced Ar1thmet1c S C A Jr Tr1 H1 Y G1r1s Phys1calEducat1on Monogram Club M1ss Alma Porter Algebral Il Solxd Geometry Trxgonometry S C A Mr Mered1th Robeson Amerxcan Hxstory ll Government Dramatlcs Club ADMI ISTRATIO Mrs Rlchard Morgan Mrs Nancye Bruce Noel Home Econom1cs F H A Mrs Ann Robmson Enghsh 10 Frenchl II FOCUS French Club M15 Edwards as erages mx weeks grades 4 ,D i I ' ,., X fv- Z 'Q X ,M I . fl' V A g P t , A Q .S gg A A S ' xt ,A . ,' . . . . 7 ' V ' ' - . , . . . Y x 6 . . ' , J- . -' , . Qi. A 4' A Aw A V i Mrs Margaret Sears Amerlcan H1story 8 Q Mrs Margaret Slmklns Enghsh 8 Pub11c Speakmg Club Mrs Margaret Stuart Mrs Mary W W1tcher Enghsh 9 Shorthand I H F T A Typ1ngI II DMI I TRATIO Bookkeeplng F B L A If Members ofthe faculty enjoy a moment of re Iaxatlon durmg lunch Mrs Dahl and Mxss Arrmstead seem um pleased mth the progress shoun bx the stu 1OI'S nhl fha' I5 1 J"" -avg ,ft gt 'N' wi You X 4 -X .AA 'SM I . , I ,Z A.. . . . . , . . . , T st'.Q' A Hfai- V A J ,' X ' ,PU 1' Y'-ff" , b.i:.c 5 Q-' K e 6, . .,X fu. .Jw M. -..-K ggi A f VB , I ,, ' ' Q ,. ,:ff'f' ' f A A w . V . l X Vs., W 54' w me W 'Tum Ji? 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Club 4 5 Basketball 2 3 4 5 Trl capta1n4 Baseball 2 3 4 5 Boys Statt 4 S C A Dlstrlct Meetmg 3 C1t1zensh1pAward2 3 Co sponsor of Elghth Gradelndu-.tr1alArts Club JANE BARBOUR COVINGTON Jane Glee Club 1 Annual 2 Sec Treas of Latm Club 3 4 Trl H1 Y 3 4 5 Chaplalnn Trl H1 Y Eastern Dlstrlct Conference 3 4 5 Spamsh Club 5 JUDSON BOULDEN COVINGTON Judson Smence Club 1 lndustrlal Arts Club 5 Beta Club 4 5 BILLIE DAYNN CRENSHAW Blllle Glu Clubl F H A 2 3 H1stor1an3 F H A CUHYCHKILTHZ 3 Sucnct Club 3 4 5 Sec 5 Su ol Class 4 Spanlsh Club 5 Beta Club 4 5 JAMES REGINALD DAVIS Reggle P1 cs of Class 1 Gltc Club 1 Band l 2 3 Manager 2 Muslc Festlvall Stnnu Club 2 5 Prcs 2 Trcls 5 lndustxlal Arts Club 3 4 5 S CA Rep 4 Vlct Pr1.s5 JAMES VJILSON DRUEN WIISOH Bandl Llbrary Club 1 WHTW1LkHlgh School Warwlck Va 2 3 Farm vlllc Hlgh School 4 5 Focus 4 Dramaucs Club 5 BARBARA JOYCE DUNKLEY Joyce Glee- Clubl 3 Focus 2 F T A 4 Annual4 5 Vlce Pres of C1ass3 S C A Rep ol F T A 4 Cheerleader 4 5 Monogram Club 5 SARAH FRANCES DUNKUM Sarah Dramat1csClub1 Treas uf Class 2 F H A 2 3 4 5 S C A Rep 4 Sec 5 F H A Spr1ngRally2 3 4 F H A Camp3 F H A Fall Federat1onMeet 1ng4 5 Basketballfi 4 Monogram Club4 5 Sec Treas 4 Cheerleader4 5 Llbrary Ass1stant2 6 BURLIE MCEVA ELLINGTOIN Eva Dramalxcs Club 1 Lxbrary Club 2 F H A 2 3 4 :J S C A Rep 3 Trx Hx GORDON MALCOLM EMERT Gordon Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Monogram Club 3 5 Industr1al Arts Club WALTER CABELL FITZPATRICK JR Cabell S C A Rep of Class 1 Sclence Club l Annual 2 3 4 5 Photographlc Ed xtor 3 AsslstantEd1tor 4 Ed1tor 5 S I P A Conventlon 2 4 Boys State 4 Beta C1ub4 5 Beta Convent1on4 Treas oi D1str1ct Beta Federatlon 5 RICHARD DANIEL I-'ORE Rxchard Glen Club 1 2 3 Mus1c Fesuval 1 2 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 5 Vlce Pres 4 Pres 5 Natlonal Thespxan Society 4 5 French Club 5 DONALD COOK GATES Donald Lxbrary Clubl Industrlal Arts Club 3 J V Football 4 S I P A Conventxon 4 Focus 4 5 Sports Edltor 5 ELIZABETH ANNA GRAZIANI Betty Ann Music Festlvall Glee Clubl Band 12 S CA Rep 2 Sec Treas 3 Class Oihcer Treas 1 Pres 4 Dramat1csClub2 3 S C A Rep 3 For enslc Meet 2 Natlonal Thespxan Soclety 2 3 4 5 Photographerfor Focus 4 5 Student Forum 4 Cheerleader 4 5 Homecommg Court 4 Beta Club 4 5 BetaConvent1on 4 5 StateBeta V1ce Pres 5 Vlce Pres of French Club 5 VICTOR LANDON HARPER Vtctor Focus 1 2 3 4 5 Asslstant Sports Edxtor 2 Ass1stant Buslness Manager 3 4 Co Buslness Manager5 S I P A Convent1on3 J V Football 2 Foot ball 3 4 5 Manager of Baseball 2 Monogram Club 2 3 4 5 SUSAN SCOTT HARWOOD Susan Glee Club 1 Lxbrary Clubl Muslc Festnvall Annual 2 3 4 Trl H1 Y 3 4 5 Sec 3 Vxce Pres 4 Pres 5 Trl H1 YD1str1ct Meetmg4 5 Dxs trnct H1 Y Councll 5 Model General Assembly 4 Basketball 3 4 5 Co Capta1n4 F TA 4 5 Treas 4 Vlce Pres 5 BetaClub 45 S CA Rep 4 Beta Convent1on4 Student Forum 4 Cheerleader 4 5 Monogram Club 4 5 Homecommg Ma1d of Honor 5 Gxrls State 4 1"" 1 :L ,, 'vs Y.--4 19 1 -of ,,.,.. is. SE IOR CLASS if KV? ,ps 'sn ad .7 S N OR CLASS LLILABF TH IRLNIF HATCHLLL Irene Glen Clubl Publ1r Sp01k111g Club 2 3 Tr1 H1 Y 3 4 5 Treas 3 Chaplaxn 4 Reportfr 5 Llbr 115 Ass1sLant 3 4 5 Bcta Club 4 5 Pres of L1br'1ry Club4 F T A 4 5 Pu-. 5 F T A Comentlono Pres of French Club5 ANIN HILDA HIX Ann Class 0ff1CPl Vlu Pres l Sac 3 Treas 4 Dra111at1csClub 1 Home con11ngCou1t2 Forus2 3 4 5 C1rcul1t1o11M.1nager3 Ass1sta.ntBus1ness Managnr 4 Co Buslncss MHIIHLCI 5 C1t1zn11sh1p Auald 2 4 Basketball 3 4 5 Cl1ee1lL,1dL1 3 4 5 He.ldCl11e11LaClu 5 Ldllll Club 3 Student Folum 4 S I P A Convenlmn 4 Bda Club 4 5 Su' 4 Beta ConvLnt1on 4 Mono gram Club 4 5 V1Ce Pres 5 S C A Dlstxlct Meelmg 4 5 G1r1s State 4 DISIFICY S C A SLC 5 EMMA GARNETT HIX Emma Garnett S C A Rep of Class 3 Dramaucs Club l Tr1 l-I1 Y 3 4 5 H1StOI'lZ1II 4 Focus 2 Cheerleader 3 4 5 Ass1stantHe11d Cheerleader 5 Basketball!! 4 5 Sec of PhySlCS Club 4 Laun Club 3 Annual 4 5 Tvp1st5 Monogram Club 4 5 DISIFICI S C A Meeung 5 Beta Club 5 DONALD WILSON HOUPE Donald L1braryClub1 2 Sc1enLe Club 1 2 4 C1l1zensh1pAuard 1 S C A Rep of Latm Club 3 Jumor Class1c.1lLel1gue COIIX ent1on 3 BetaClub 4 5 Pres 5 Beta Consentxon 4 French Club 5 Sp'1n1sh Club 5 Pres 5 Exchange Student to MEXICO 5 EMILY LOUISE JACKSON Eflllly Llbrarv Club 1 2 3 F H A 2 F H A Spr1ngRally 2 Tr1 H1 Y 4 5 T A 4 L1brary Ass1slant4 5 Treas of F B L A 5 GLORIA MAE JAMERSON Glorla Farxnulle H1gh School l Llbrary Club 1 Gloe Club l Appon1attoxH1gh School Appomwltox Va 2 3 4 L1b1a13 Club 2 3 4 Focus 2 3 Spamsh Club2 3 4 Publ1cSpeak1ngClub2 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 G1eeClub2 3 Farm xllle H1gh School 5 L1br'11y Club 5 JOHIN DLLANO JONES John D Suence Club 1 J X Football 2 Football 3 4 5 Co CHPIBIHD J V Bas llelball 3 Baske1ball4 5 Baseball 3 4 5 Monogram Club 3 4 5 Radw and Press All ard 5 PATRICIA GERALDIINE LANE Pat Focus l Dramaucs Clubl I.1brary Club 2 Sc1ence Club 2 Trl H1 Y 345 FTA 3 hee Pres ofFBLA 5 BeLaClub5 8 1--np, ' KATHLEEN C MARTIIN Kathletn Glet Club 12 Music Fcstital 1 Focus 2 3 Filt Editor 3 F HA 4 5 Reporter 5 F H A Spring Rally 4 F H A Fall Planning Meeting 5 Bas ketball 4 5 French Club 5 Monogram Club 5 Tri Hi Y 5 JANE CAROLYN MORTON Jane Focus l 2 3 4 5 News Editor 3 Assistant Editor 4 Editor 5 S I P A Com ention 3 4 Beta Convention 4 Beta Club 4 5 Basketball 4 5 Mono gram Club 5 Cheerleader 4 5 Sec Treas of French Club 5 WILEY THORNTON PAYNE Wiley Science Club 1 2 3 Library Club 1 2 4 5 Reporter 5 EDITH JUANITA PRICE Edith Glet Club 1 Music Festival 1 Tti H1 Y 3 4 5 F H A 3 4 5 Latin Club 3 Beta Club 4 5 Beta Convention 4 H1 Y Tri Hi Y Eastern District Conferentt 4 5 F H A Spring, Rally 3 4 CAROL MERCER ROBERT - Carol Hartsville High School Hartsville S.C. l: Newspaper Staff 1' Library Club 1' National Junior Honor Society 1. Salem Academy Winston-Salem N.C. 2: Dramatics Club 2' Glee Club 2' Double Sextet 2' Library Club 2' Newspaper Staff2. Farmville High School3 4 5: Latin Club 3' Annual 3' Pres. of Glee Club 3' S.C.A. Rep. of Dramatics Club 4' National Thespian Society 4 5' Physics Club 4' Beta Club 4 5' Beta Convention 4' Girls Bas- ketball Manager 4 5' Monogram Club 5' Editorial Editor of Focus 5' S. C.A. Rep. oi French Club 5. ERMA GAY SHUMAKER - Erma Focusl 2' Glee Club 3' F.'I'.A. 3 4 5' F.T.A. Convention 53 Library Club 4 5: Majorette2 3 4 5' Majorette Club 3,4,5: Pres. 4 Sec.-Treas, 5' Mon- ogram Club 5. HARRY WINSTON SIMPSON - Harry Glee Club 1' Music Festival 1' Library Club l.2' Annual3,4 5: Staff 4 5' Assistant Editor 5' S.I.P.A. Convention 3. SHIRLEY RICHARD SIMPSON - Richard Science Club 1' Library Clubl 2' Industrial Arts Club 3.4' Co-Captain of J.V. Football 4' Football 5' Focus 4 51 Assistant Sports Editor 5' Mono- gram Club 5. 'iii 's-..l S NIOR CLASS 1- ,gv 154 IOR CLASS -31 YN- 0 Fr lv- BARBARA HANES SNIITH Barbara Fcus1234 FBLA 5 Tr1H1Y 5 MICHAEL COOPER SMITH Buddy Glee Clubl MUSIC Festxval 1 J V Football 2 J V Basketball 2 3 Sc1 ence Club2 3 Industr1alArts Club2 3 4 5 Trtas 4 Footballfl 4 5 Bas ketball 4 5 Baseball 3 4 Monog,r1m Club 4 5 Physus Club 4 JOHNNIE HERBERT SOUTHALL Johnny Glee Clubl 2 Mus1c Fesuvall J V Basketball2 3 l11dustr1al Arts Club 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 5 Co Capta1n5 Monogram Club 3 4 5 Pres 5 FRANCES ANNE STANLEY Frances GleeClub1 2 LtbraryClub1 2 MUSIC Festxvall 2 F H A 2 3 4 5 Treas 4 Pres 5 F H A Sprxng R,ally2 3 4 5 F H A Fall MBCtlHg2 3 4 5 Bas ketball3 Monogram Club4 5 F H A State Convent1on4 Malorette Club 4 Tr1 H1 Y 4 5 Tr1 H1 Y Rally 4 Eastern D1str1ct Tr1 H1 Y Con vention 5 ANN CHARLOTTE SWERTFEGER Ann Bandl 2 3 VICE Pres 3 Mus1c Festlvall Glee Clubl Publlc Speakmg Club 12,3 4 Vxce Pres 3 Tr1 H1 Y 3 4 5 Tr1 H1 Y Conventxon 3 T A 4 5 Sec 5 Beta Club4 5 Beta Convent1on4 Cheerleader4 5 Mon ogram Club 5 Vxce Pres of Class 5 HERBERT GRAY VAUGHAN Herb Vlce Pres of Sc1enceClub1 Annua12 3 4 5 Ass1stantBus1nessManage1 4 Busmess Manager5 S I P A Convent1on 3 4 J V Basketball 3 Bas ketball 4 5 Monogram Club 4 5 ROBERT E WATSON Robert Sc1ence Club 1 2 3 4 5 J V Football 4 EDWARD ALLEN WEINBERG Edward Allen GleeClub1 Sc1ence Clubl Focusl 3 4 5 Assistant Circulatlonlv 3, S CA Rep 4 5 Dramatlcs Club 2 Pres of Class 2 Pres o 1n Club 3 Student Forum 3 Beta Club 4 Beta Conventlon 4 V1ce P1 es of Class 4 Football 4, Phystcs Club 4, Boys State 4 Citizensh1p Award 4 Annual 4 5 Treas of Class 5 Monogram Club 5, Exchange Student to Mexlco 5 ROBERT LUCIUS WELLS - Lucius Glee Club lg Music Festival lg Science Club 2, J.V. Football 25 Football 3,4,5g Monogram Club 3,4.5g Industrial Arts Club 3,4,5: Treas. 5g Bas ketball 3,4, 5. JAMES ROBERT WILCK - Jimmy Glee Club lg Music Festival lg J.V. Football 25 Science Club 2, Football 3,4,5g Monogram Club 3,4,5g J.V. Basketball 3, Industrial Arts Club 3,4 District S.C.A. Meeting 55 S.C.A. Rep. of Class 5. ROSEANNE PORTER WILKERSON - Rosie Dramatics Club lg Citizenship Award lg Library Club 2,3,5: Sec. 3, Pres 5, Tri-ni-Y 3,45 F.T.A. 4,5. THOMAS ANDERSON w1LxERsoN - Tommy Music Festival lg Glee Club 1, Science Club 2g Industrial Arts Club 3,4 J.V. Football 35 J.V. Basketball 33 Football 4, 55 Baseball 4,55 Monogram Club 4, 53 Basketball 5. FLETCHER KENT WILLIAMS - Fletcher Science Club l,2,3,4,5g Band 1,2,3g Glee Club 1,25 Music Festival 1,2,3 GILBERT NATHANIEL WOOD, JR. - Woody Sec. of Class lg Glee Club 1, Music Festival lg Science Club 2,3,4,5: S C. A. Rep. 3, Pres. 4,55 Physics Club 3,45 Latin Club 3,4: Pres. 4' Va Vice-Pres. 55 French Club 5g Pres. of Class 5. Academy of Science Convention 3,4,5g Beta Convention 45 Beta Club 4,52 Roseanne Wilkerson takes time out from her shorthand class to pose for a picture. Jorge Aramburu, an exchange stu- dent from Mexico, tells Spanish II students about Thanksgiving in his country. SENIORS . . . PREPARING FOR TOMORROW. Mr. Robeson lectures to his atten- tive government students on the State Department. Down the aisle to Shakespeare in Mrs. Dah1's English class. 1' 5 fly 5 f L Z: 571' - 1' I mx. EPIC Crenshaw Mary Crump Benny Dowdy Mary Doyne Sydney Druen Delores Dunkley Robert Emert Elame Falls W J Farley Annette Fltzgerald Loxs Fulton is 'VN Nw. Q 'vs ' - IU IDR CLASS ,ag 'V 'allw- is Edd1e Garnett 'ff QE -.X .L James Bailey Virginia Bernard Nancy Brooks Billy Brown Rockye Bruce Ernie Burton Deanna Cassada Alex Cralle :jx su Q-4 41" iv- Jo... X Jimmy Gates Walker Glenn Kaye Godwin Jay Harper Alex Holmes Charles Hundley Peggy Jenkms Bobby Jones ffm 'Aa C. Q iw- ?-s 5. A... IOR CLASS 1 fi fr-v, Qx 1"' 'E' i f-Q 1pV"'5 Wi .5 1 Brenda Kmg Mary Lancaster Sammy Mart1n Charlotte McC1ung Jean Meek John Molnar Jackxe Moore Me11ssa Myers Barbara O11ver T1ny Perk1ns George Plunkett Ted Poulston Bill Quick Roland Sams Suzanne Self Sam Shanaberger Bobby Showalter Wiley Southall Betty Taylor Barbara Jean Trear Nancy Lee Webster Jeanne Whitaker Janice Wood Harold Wright CLA 1 Mr. Robeson points Q out the Battle of Sara- toga to his American History class. V ,M 'fxi' J UNIORS . . WORKING TOWARDS THE FINAL YEAR. Nancy Brooks plots one of those complicated e qu ati o n s on a graph in Algebra II. Jnwf.. ..-ff", .-""" 5. Students practice oral reading in English. CLASS OFFICERS Betty Lou Fore, Secretaryg Fay Martin, Treasurerg Barbara Ennis, Viceh Presidentg Janet Taylor, S.C.A.Representativeg Robby Robinette, Presi- OPHO CRES Betty Andrews Lewis Armistead Martha Bass Margaret Brown Baxter Carter Donnie Cook Jo Leslie Andrews Charles Baldwin Mary Beasley Sue Campbell Carolyn Cason Bonnie Covington dent. , , .," ' u , , ' ' 4' '-Q , " .A ff' t , 'lf 'M If .!"'W B ""1 f its ,S EQ -ar Q' 5 i X J A AEM A fp " J t i l Q ff' Q L' ' C in W i 'B "f I g l 6 C r vt- 3 y q y, yqt wo 5- C , i 1 X , zzzgfllggqfx V V ,, , C ....,q.,.,-,., , . .:. 4.-3.-13'-w - 30 it Larry Green We 9-'Q vt ix 1 .9 ,- S 1-'I i Q.. ,"r" Sov- xv--, ,Ui . all -zz rr'- P eq ,Q QQ 'C 'X fs is 6 wr- I 'N .sg l QW Q..- eq. 1 vita ,:' X L x ,Q qw ff' 3' fu ,Ai- 1--' . A .1 " if I K. , - 1 ' L Y X ,, ,M V ,V w- r A , j ell I .tkk x Q 'iff : E ,Er 5 X l Jimmy Craft Carolyn Dickerson Barbara Ennis Peggy Fariss Betty Lou Fore Carolyn Foster Newton Crump Shirley Dunkley William Estes James Ray Finchum Lewis Fore Shannon Francis Ann DeMuth Pete Ellington Ginger Fahrner Betty Flippen Michael Fore Kitty Rose Glenn Betty Hall Scott Harwood Deward Hodges Buster Jackson Ann Johnson Jimmy Harris Margaret Higgins Ellen Hogan Nancy Jenkins George Johnson Phyllis Hale A ik- ' u.- Lp. A. 44 R KW Us I I f e I my , Ia ff, j ' '1 ' 1 V "' ww SA if 5 I I rs -A kr -vs ,, Q 'Q W 1 - Q in , ,' Q 1 J 4. , C ' -.,- ,-. Maxx i 1- Q-1-. u ,fm Ellen Jane Kmck Wayne Lindsey Sally Longsworth Margaret McClary Bill McKnight June Oakes Valerie Leese Sandra Long Dale Lowe Ronald McClung Fay Martin Wyatt Lee Overton SOPHOMORES Billy Perkins Sydney Reynolds Bobby Schmidt Johnny Skelton Gene Southall Lee Putney Wayne Roach Mary Ann Schm1dt Tommy Smlth Penny Southall Allen Reynolds Robbie Robinette Shisan Simpson " - J 7 5 ,. E 'r - . ' G45 A. ,. IA f' QW 1 ' , t .xx vi U Corneha Southall Janet Taylor Sherry Taylor Patsy Terry V 'Z ' am 'QT' is jf ,ff-,, ,. .., -"U'f'b fx l 'Q ax. 'YT' a l if Q- Helen Thomas Betty Ward Martha Wiley Harry Witt Mary Womack Bobby Young Judy Thorpe Barbara Weaver Roberta Wilkerson Louise Witt Barbara Yancey OPHO CRES .1..,-.-ivf' The sophomores struggle with their typing. QS point out the World hist0rY Swden lslandS- Hawaiian ,,.. Miss Minkel teaches her plane geometry class the facts about quadrilaterals. SOPHOMORES . EXPLORING DIFFERENT FIELDS. Biology students examine their favorite subject--the white rat. A panel discussion on book r e p o r t S proves interesting in English. CLASS OFFICERS Cliff Jenkins, Secretaryg Richard Linville, Vice-President Bobby Gilmer S CA Representative Kay Whitfield, President: Bill Wilson, Treasurer, Sandra Anthony Jimmy Atkins Frances Atkinson Geraldine Bailey Carolyn Baldwin Mary Ann Biggs Ann Bolick Nancy Bolt Lucy Booth Charlie Bowman FRE HME 4' iv an C fpp, X W C 5 Y L. i .- fu ,, vs, Y v il.. 19 Nancy Dow Barbara Dowdy Charlie Druen Jimmy Early Al Ellington Annette Emert Auburn Estes Billy Farley Ray Frank Russell Franklin Locket Garnett B111 Gates Phill Gay Linda Gilliam Sarah Gilliam ,t an Inez Bowman R. D. Brightwell Bob Brisentine Charlie Brlsentine Charlotte Brisentine Carol Scott Bruce Nancy Buchanan Carolyn Cox Lucy Cralle Betty Jean Crenshaw Marilyn Daniel Roberta Dixon FRE HME W" 36 Q-.rf Bobby G11mer Tom Glenn W1l11am Goln Llla Jane Hanburw Dxane Harrlngton Bruce Hogan Frank Holman B111y C Hubbard Ann Jenk1ns Cllff J enkms Dorothy Johnson Chr1st1ne Kelly FRESHME K Q VL? Nc.- V-f 5 lr rl 16' Le1tch Lancaster Jack Leatherwood Nanny Legg Joyce Lew1s Ann Lynn L1nda McFadden Johnny Martm Mary Jane Martm Lmda Mahew Stewart Metcalf Franklm Mull Phyllls Neathery Shlrley Nevn comb Edd1e Noel Bobby O BI'1LIl Hia 9-' 'YY With 12'-2 "" 3' 4-Q, Jane Parker Jenme Perkms B1lly Poulston Idar Puckett Margaret Ranson Jean Roach Ellzabeth Robeson JHCKIG Schmldt Barbara Seely Patty Showalter Chlp Sxmkms James S1mpson FRE HME Lynn Smxth Jane Southall Jerry Stuart An1ta Trear Nancy Vaughan Becky Watson Kathleen Webb -x Betty Wells Brenda Wells Kay Whxtheld Page W11ey Barbara W1lk6FSOH J1mmy W1ll1ams '4 " li' " ' 7- WK --5 Lamar W1ll1ams 35 'G 5 L Z Edward W1ll1amson tl as we gt 'N 3 'ix f QT - 5' ' ' 1 .Q , ! S U 's x 'M 45 1 A 3 W at I trap W B me to ' 9 B ' '3 . . L, 2, 'VW fi Q, A K- ' .' 4: . A , K I N .MQ ,., . ,fa . 4- 2 no 'ci 71: Ll' . 1 ,,.l 1, 1 N ' I 1 ht J 4 I' F1 Bill Wilson Roy Witt - 9 'N Lucy Wood gl Q K Wayne Wood f Iwi- .x Q 4 z X fl Mary Jo Wright , K . 1 1-v X .J vt 7 Benny Young 5' 4, QQ? 'Z M Q FRE I-IME Latin students develop a better un- derstanding of Roman culture. "That'll be the Day!"--when Chip Sirnkins digs algebra. 0? 5 F RE SHME N. . LEARNING NEW THINGS. Betty Wells, a world geography student, instructs the class on the southern states. P Olym S e v e r al homemaker Stu- dents r e c e ive worthy in- struction in some phase of home economics. Budding scientists. Richard Linville and Johnny Martin, performan experiment be- fore the class. P+? XX 46 Q X i . 1 ...l 4 F-, , I 64, . '4 6' on Af' wwf i ff- ' -A X l l! 3- I A ,M 531' ,X V 4 Wigw- X5 CLASS OFFICERS Billy Turns, Treasurerg Mike Andrews, Presidentg Ann Mitchel, Secretaryg Jerry Jenkins, Vice Presidentg Marilyn Shepard, S.C.A. Representative. EIGHTH GRADE 1 I l-mi 45, 5. 'Y Frank Almond Mike Andrews May Frances Arehart Johns Bailey Karen Bailey Celia Baker Robert Barton Bill Bates Georgia Beasly Johnny Bollinger ,J 63, 1521-, c . fs 5 " , K , my t f svli 'N , R' 4 2 'lu' v- .f ff! ' A sy.. f J , .- . gf-gk .- W 46 . 1 x , X In K 6551.55-gil sf .' -.,-1 ,, l ,., .2 .V.- ,,kk7..w 'W 2 f 'gn-.N -1 'Gb- 98" 1, ,N 'lf as ,ffl-v-H. f. 1 'TG sl ' i- C ia. 1 . C GR .X A i , . fepf' if K f a. rs 'Q ' "M EIGHTH GRADE 42 Betty Bowen Raymond Bruce Mary Ann Burley Sammy Campbell Edith Ann Carter Frances Cason William Clements J. D. Clevenger Frank Coleman Margaret Cook Aurelia Covington Julian Covington G. G. Cralle Ellawease Crawford Lorina Crawford Nancy Cumpston Joyce Davis K1m Dorwin Donna Lou Doss Chuck Dowdy Roger Dowdy Wayne Dow dy Archer Dunkley Br r"a Dunn Zane Dunn Joe Eddins Ann Ellington June Carol Ellington Howard Estes Janet Estes TV 4 .V was my 41 QJZQZQQM A3351 E 1 9,4 if ew 1. Y - 7' . . N K AL. 5 ,fi 13 . 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'Yi EIGHTH GRADE in- In I 44 Donald Loveday Beverly McDonald Ann M1tche1 Ken M1tche11 Roger Morton Ann Nelson Robert Newman Frank1e Osborn Anthony P1nell1 Ray Poulston Nell Puckett Roy Ranson B111 Reynolds Melvm Reynolds John Rxckman Lmda Sheffleld Lora Shelton Mar1lyn Shepard Carlton Shumaker Joyce Smgletary Nancy Smxth Norma Southall Roy Stanley Paul St1mpson Patrlcxa Stxnnette Betty Bennett Taylor B1l1y Thompson Raymond Vanderpool Rosetta Tuscan B1l1y Turns N f ggi' wif' 1 Nd k 1 f I . T ' U , ix A h L. 3. ,QW t :L ' :gl , 4 A av A . ." 'cs N 'J n fx' y C' . an' Q., , " Mn. J --A ' :T T -R fa . Q X , ' , W 1 5 in 's A M. ' L. S c. . ' . A, A ' ,W ' 4' "' E' 4 ,' N ... T . . V 'x 1 N J Rx T l 5 , A . . in -v .N 4 aw up M .., . , W M c N . A . ,X 1,3 A ,, ' if - fc. :S Q .21 ' ' ' ' g4fl,,.' h T ,ffl , T I X ak l ,ff Blanche Waddell Sarah Ina Wayne -v f r Betty Lou Weaver l, Jane Wm ' Carolyn Wood EIGHTI-I GRADE X' the story of History students ponder OVGI' our great nation. Mrs. Simkins gives a few pointers to her English students. Carlton Shumaker points out the facts about triangles in math class. Peoples National Bank Doyne-Burger Funeral Home 'df-J Mr. Edwards gives constructive criticism on mechanical drawing to his shop students. EIGHTH GRADE . BEGINNING A NEW ROAD. Mrs Edwards teaches her s c 1 e n c e students subject matter over their heads the revolution of the moon Boys practice rebounds during gym class Sf KW P-.1-"N Mig. l . ORGA IZATIO 1 M212 f 'J ,, if if , ,4 ,Y . 53 I I I M 1. Af - -1- WKIH' ' YZ- Q A " , J . , Y www' .' 34? ' ' 'J'ex,g,,..f'llQ J fd K 'L i ak- ff IQ,-F 11' if ,175 .Alf aa- AIT, fx- O S x Since the 1954 edition of the CAVALIER, the number of pages has been increased 6Of2,. Through - the efforts of this year's business staff, four more pages were add- ed. Other important features used for the first time include a two- color embossed cover, a more modern type for headings, and two sizes of body type. Major emphasis was placed on better photography and on the capturing of all phases of school life. While many of the proven features of past vearbooks are present, they were combined with the newtrends in yearbook editing to give the CAVALIER a new look. wifi-rs Q lui A busy staff glances through the latest batch of pictures. OFFICERS Cabell Fitzpatrick ........ . . . Editor Harry Simpson. . . .... Asst. Ed. Herbert Vaughan. . . .... Bus. Man. Rockye Bruce . . . . Asst. Bus. Man. Betty Ayers . . . . . S.C.A. Rep. SEATED: Vaughan, Simpson, Godwin, R. Bruce, Whitaker, Doyne, Fitzpatrick. SECOND ROW: A. Jenkins, Yancey, Ayers, Gilliam, Burton, Oakes, Betty Wells, Gates, Harwood, Fitzgerald, Martin, Crenshaw, Hanbury, Brenda Wells, Lewis, Weinberg, Myers. THIRD ROW: Dunkley, Ennis, Andrews, Emert, Kelly, Wiley, Harrington, Cralle, P. Jenkins. FOURTH ROW: Ellington, Terry, Noel, Falls, Wood, McFadden, Whitfield, Webb, C. Bruce, Schmidt, Johnson. to DUNNINGTON TOBACCO COMPANY BUFFALO SHOOK COMPANY, INC U Wagga ? V . we SEATED: Gates, McClung, Robert, Harper, Morton, Weinberg, Catlin, Lancaster. SECOND ROW Longsworth, C. Cason, J. Taylor, Gilmer, Simkins, Hubbard, Jenkins, Mrs. Robinson. THIRD ROW Gilliam, Baily, F. Cason, L.S. Lancaster, Dixon, Carter, Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Cassada, DeMuth, S. Taylor, Dunn, Cook, Simpson. FIFTH ROW: Crenshaw, Druen, L. Lancaster, Plunkett. FOCUS OFFICERS .lzinr Morloii .............. Editor Mary 1.2llll'llSlfl1', Walker Glenn . . Asst. lfd. Vim' H2ll'1Jt'1', Ami Hix. . . .... Bus. Main. I-'d Wciiiln-i'g .... . . S.C.A. Rep. The FOCUS, our school newspaper, was published once every month free of charge to all students. It contained interesting and timely articles, and gave accurate coverages of all school events. A spon- sor and four delegates were sent to the S.I.P.A. Convention in the spring to ob- tain new ideas for publishing a better and more interesting school paper. The FOCUS promotes high standards of jour- nalism and creates an interest in news- paper work. PUTNEY PLUMBING AND HEATING CLAWSON FURNITURE COMPANY The latest issue gets approval from the various de partment editors. sry: 4 r0lf.2 FIRST ROW: Mr. Austin, Fitzp at r i c k, Graziani, C atlin, Wood. SECOND ROW: Robert, Price, Swertfeger, Clark. THIRD ROW: Morton, Crenshaw, Hatchell, Harwood. FOUR- TH ROW: Hix, Houpe. FIRST ROW: Hix, Lane, Bruce, Glenn. SECOND ROW: Whitaker, Lancas- ter, Wood, Godwin, Mc- Clung. THIRDROW: Web- ster, Abernathy, Dunkley, Ayers, Falls. FOURTH ROW: Molnar, Holmes, Harper, Plunkett, Farley, Arehart, Gates, Brown, Crenshaw. OFFICERS Donald Houpe . . . Pres. Gilbert Wood . .V.-Pres. Rockye Bruce . . . Sec. Ruth Catlin .... Treas. Alex Holmes. S.C.A. Rep. Ne 'P members discuss in Covington. 4 4 1 . X ai wI3 Xl ,El Pix N :iff convention plans BETA.CLUB The Beta Club is anorganization which promotes leadership, scholarship, and character among all students. The Beta members are urged to set examples for other students to follow. In the fall, twenty-three new members were tapped into the Beta Club. This year the Beta Club placed edu- cational posters in the halls and blessings on the tables in the lunch room. The Beta Club was represented in the spring at the State Beta Con- vention in Richmond. A.O. LAFOON AND SONS FARMVILLE MOTEL 1 -11-1 A controversial topic is vigorously debated. OFFICERS Bobby Carter .... Pres. Bobby Gilmer. . .V.-Pres. Johnny Skelton.Sec.-Treas. Jerry Jenkins. S.C.A. Rep. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Sim- kins, Skelton, Gilmer, Bob- by Carte r. SE COND ROW: Ellington, Wilson, Hubbard, Simkins, C. Jenkins, Frank, Bollinger, Andrews. THIRD ROW: Cason, Lindsey, Wood, Taylor, Singletary, Louis, McDonald. FOURTH ROW: E. Carter, Puckett, Ellington, Bowan, Jones, M it c h e ll, Turns, Green. FIFTH ROW: Arehart, Fishe r, E st es, Harper, Baldwin, Tuscan, Southall, Dickerson. SIX T H ROW: Sheffield, Bally, Crawford, Gilliam. FIRST ROW: Campbell, Reynolds, Johnson, Frank- lin, Dowdy, Foster. SEC- OND ROW: Pinelli, Fan- cher, Coleman, Smith, An- thony, Biggs. THIRD ROW: Harris, Baxter Carter, Bass, Brooks, Lancaster FOURTH ROW: Cason Craft, Schmidt, Robeson' Arehart. FIFTH ROW. Flowers, W. Jenkins, Ho- gan, Hay, Glenn. ,EP CAMERA ARTIST OSBORN'S GROCE RY PUBLIC SPEAKI G The Club's main purpose is to promote better speaking techniques among its members. Informal discussions were held with each member taking part and expressing his opinions on the particular topic. Panel discussions organized by the program chairman were interesting as well as beneficial. Formal debates were held and members were in- formed of the proper procedure in debating. Each member learned towrite and deliver a formal talk. SEATED: Mr. Austin, Harwood, Crenshaw, Davis, Wood, Mr. Ault. SECOND ROW: Glenn, Hay, Coleman, Brightwell, Green, Turns, Reynolds, Ranson, Green. THIRD ROW: Dorwin, Jenkins, Rick- man, Morton, Harper, Williams, Brown. FOURTH ROW: Martin, Robinett, Druen, Harris, Leese, Sams. OFFICERS Gilbert Wood .......,.... Pres. S C I E N C E C L U B Harold Tate .... . . .V.-Pres. Billie Crenshaw. . . .... Sec. Reggie Davis . . . .... Treas. Scott Harwood . . . . S.C.A. Rep. Mr. Austin demonstrates one of his mad creations. This year the Science Club had interesting and well prepared programs for each meeting. As a part of these programs, different members exhibited projects on which they were working or had completed. Members were urged to make original projects or exhibits to enter in the annual Science Fair. An assembly was pr - sented showing the work done by the members. Functions of the year were ended with a June social. 54 JOHN H. ENNIS HARRIS - COOK MOTOR COMPANY The Industrial Arts Club pro- moted interests in industrial arts and all phases of engi- neering. Films were shown during clubperiod which were related to these fields. Work on individualprojects was en- couraged among the members. In the spring the club took an educational tour. A social was given in June as a climax to a very successful year. , x l rf 4, bf? 1 -Q. Mr. Edwards helps Ronald McClung work on his I D U T project, a crossbow. OFFICERS Joel Coleman ........ . . . Pres. S Reggie Davis ....... . .V.-Pres. Billy Brown . . ..... Sec. Lucius Wells . . . ..... Treas. Bobby Showalter . . . . 3.C.A. Rep. SEATED: Showalter, Wells, Brown, Davis, Coleman, Mr. Edwards. SECOND ROW: Ellington, B. Poulston, Finchum, Reynolds, B. Farley, Frank. THIRD ROW: Roach, T. Smith, Baldwin, W. J. Farley, Estes, T. Poulston, Garnett, Emert. FOURTH ROW: Armistead, McClung, B. Smith, Dowdy, Shelton, Covington, O'Brien, Sams. f' 1. Y. ,Vo y Carol Robert points Out map. France on the Members tour France by watching a , X movie. OFFICERS Irene Hatchell ..... Pres. Betty Graziani .... V.-Pros. Jane Morton . . . Sec:-Trcas. Carol Robert. . . S.C.A. Rep. The "Les Jacobines" was newly organized this year by French I and II students. Their motto, "vocu1oir c'est souvoir", means Where there is a wi11,there isaway. Meetings were devoted to the study of French customs and traditions. An interview was held with Jac- ques Deshsons, a French exchange student at Hampden-Sydney College. In the spring a French play was given for assembly. CLUB FIRST ROW: Betty Graziani, Carol Robert. SECOND ROW: Irene Hatcrhell, Jane Morton. THIRD ROW: Kathleen Martin, Ruth Catlin, Mrs. Robinson. FOURTH ROW: Richard Fore, John Molnar, Donald Houpe, Gilbert Wood. ,fi 1- 3 x 5 4. lkf"' 1 1-9- 5 7' to if iff Q1 un 56 J.H. WHITFIELD AND COMPANY OWEN - SANFORD DRUx IARWOOD FRENCH SEATED: Miss Minkel, Schmidt, Martin, Harrington, Whitfield, Hanbury, Brenda Wells. SECOND ROW: Buchanan, Kelly, Showalter, S. Gilliam, L. Gilliam, D. Johnson, Lewis, Robeson, Betty Wells, Dixon, Jenkins. THIRD ROW: Webb, Cox, Trear, Bolick, Rouch, Anthony, Biggs, Dow, Daniels, Wiley. FOURTH ROW: McFadden, Ranson, Wright, Lynn, Bruce, Crenshaw, Cralle, Smith, Bolt. NINTH GRADE TRI-HI-Y Officers pause for a picture after the installation service. Diane Harrington reads from the Bible at the start of a meeting. FARMVILLE ESSO SERVICE This is an organization of freshmen girls whose purpose is to promote good Christian character. An induction ceremony for new me mber s was held at the Presbyteri tn Church, and the installation of officers pf formed at a regular meeting. At Christr an assembly was presented jointly with the Eighth Grade Tri-Hi-Y. The treasury was strengthened by a bake sale and a baby sit- ting project. .fuanua ' ,,,. Us : 4 M N ,Q , OFFICERS .fgz Kaye Whitfield ......... Pres. Jackie Schmidt . . . . V.-Pres. I Lila Jane Hanbury. . .... Sec. QQ! Mary Jane Martin ...... Treas. at 111, Brenda Wells ..... S.C.A. Rep. 1,1 K'-1, R' W.J. BLOOMFIELD AND SON The Eighth Grade Tri-Hi-Y suc- cessfully carried out their aims and objective s. They worked jointly with the Ninth Grade Tri- Hi-Y in giving a Christmas as- sembly consisting of carols and a religious story told by a member from each club. Sever al pro- grams were sponsored to raise money for the club. A scrapbook of the year's events was kept, and articles placed in the FOCUS and the FARMVILLE HERALD. OFFICERS Betty Taylor ......... Pres I Betty Bennet Taylor, president, presides over the meeting Linda Sheffield ...... V.-Pres: E I G H T H G R A D E Norma Southall . .,...... Sec. Mary Frances Arehart .... Treas. Edith Carter ...... s.c.A. Rep. T R I - H I - Y SEATED: Miss Minkel, Baker, Arehart, Southall, Taylor, Sheffield, Carter. SECOND ROW: Fisher Estes, A. Ellington, Singletary, Wood, Weaver, Wayne, J. Ellington. THIRD ROW: Hudgins, Jones, Beasley, Tuscan, Doss, Harvey, Crumpston, Covington. Future homemakers hear a talk from RUE. fa: Jo Elam, representing VEPCO. The F.H.A. is concerned with better homemaking in the home, school, and community. Many of the activities carried out by the club have been to assist other clubs and improve the appearance of our school. Patients at Southside Hospital were remem- bered by the club during Christmas. Programs were p r e s e n t e d to the club du rin g the y e a r on "Better Lighting", "Becoming Better Buy- ers", and "A Trip to Europe." OFFICERS ' Frances Stanley ........ . . . Pres. 'awww Sue Campbell . . . . . .V.-Pres. 4, Sarah Dunkum . . . .... Sec. ' """' Nancy Vaughan . . . .Treas, FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Dow, Beasley, Ellington, Dunkum, Stanley, Campbell, Vaughan, Martin. SECOND ROW: Higgins, Roach, P. Southall, Brown, Watson, T. Perkins, Taylor, B. Wilkerson. THIRD ROW: Neathery, Newcomb, Flippen, Brightwell, R. Wilkerson, J. Perkins, Atkinson. FOURTH ROW: Cox, Booth, Price, Fariss, King, Wood, Legg. FIFTH ROW: Oliver, Ward, Dowdy, J. Southall, Hogan, Thomas, Jones. SIXTH ROW: Mrs. Noel, Knick, Thorpe, Beasley. FUTURE TEACHER OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Harwood, Hatchell, Swertfeger, S. Taylor, Mrs. Stuart. SECOND ROW: An- drews, Francis, Mar- tin, Dunkley, Webster THIRD ROW: Leese, J Taylor, Dunkley, Aber- nathy. FOURTH ROW Putney, Simpson, Mc- Clary, Hall, Wilkerson. bs.. I I 1 G The members of the F.T.A. attendedthe State Virginia Education Association meeting in Richmond and Nancy Webster was elected re- cording secretary. Bookmarks were made xx for the teachers on National Teachers' Day. Members visited several colleges and placed 2 college catalogs in the school library. OFFICERS Irene Hatchell ........ . . . Pres. Susan Harwood ...... . . V.-Pres. 3 AnnS '.i,' ertfegcr . . . ..... Sec. Shannon Francis . . .... Treas. F e teachers add new items to their scrapbook. Sheff? T3Y1U1'- - - - - -5-C-A RSP- W. C. NEWMAN COMPANY 63 VAUGHAN'S GROCERY 1 -.-, lv J 6 a I -ii'-nm . if A, fl' , V... - 1 2 z .,, Q ll SEATED: Virginia Abernathy, Delores Dunkley, Barbara Smith, Mary Crump. STANDING: Virginia Bernard, Patricia Lane, Bill Quick, Emily Jackson, Jean Meek, Mrs. Witcher. PUT RE BUSINESS LEADER QE AMERICA Members of the club provide assistance in the office. B AND B TIRE COMPANY OFFICERS Virginia Abernathy .... .... P res. Pat Lane ...... . . V.-Pres. Virginia Bernard . . .... Ser. Emily Jackson . . .... Treas. Delores Dunkley . . . .S.C.A. Rei' The F.B.L.A. was beneficial to the school as well as to its members. The club gave steno- graph help to the office, teachers, and com- munity organizations and also typed copy for the FOCUS. Films were shown on various business schools and catalogs were ordered from many. Dr. Landrum, head of the busi- ness department at Longwood College, pre- sented an informative talk on careers .n business. In the spring, the club a ended the F.B.L.A. district meeting at -I 1 :od F. W. HUBBARD INSURANCE THLET X. figh- AMW E :gnu LW 1958 FGOTBALL SCORES F.H.S. OPPONENT 6 Fluvanna 12 20 Emporia 26 20 Victoria 25 21 Buckingham 13 O Crewe 6 19 Brunswick 19 20 Blackstone 7 7 Randolph-Henry 31 0 Bedford 13 18 Bluestone 6 Wins: 3 Ties: 1 Losses: 6 Sams, Leitch Lancaster, Larry Green. FOURTH ROW: Sydney Reynolds, Bryant Buchanan, Bobby Schmidt, Bobby Gilmer, Wyatt Lee Overton, Howard Estes, Charles Hundley, Lucius Wells, Baxter Carter, Robbie Robinette. 4' lv., , .Y .vm-4 Wolverines all around! Co-Captains John D. Jones and Johnny Southall review the season with Coach Gilmer. ev BALDWIN'S BANKETBALL 1958 - 59 Coloman watches as Holmes attempts a difficult jumpslmoi. Jones shoots from thu cvornz-r. IN I5 Sally Clark Stretches to hit that jump ball? Aperfcct layup nets Joel Coleman anotlxur two points 65 TAYLOR FQRBES W. A. WATSON AND SONS N :Q ' ffm R KY K, FIRST ROW: Joel Coleman, Bobby Gilmer, Lewis Fore, Tommy Wilkerson, John D. Jones, Franklin Mull. SECOND ROW: Sammy Martin, Buddy Smith, Charles Hundley, Alex Holmes, Baxter Carter, Coach Gilmer. ARSITY SCORES F.H.S. OPPONENT 50 Buckingham 63 44 Greenville 36 31 Blackstone 55 56 Kenbridge 39 51 Parkview 53 45 Randolph-Henry 59 47 Crewe 55 45 Victoria 67 49 Amelia 46 66 Amelia 44 59 Buckingham 44 55 Brunswick 47 42 Bluestone 41 51 Randolph-Henry 61 63 Blackstone 38 66 Greenville 52 51 Crewe 60 Wins: 10 Losses: 7 Alex Holmes, the Wolverines' leading scorer, takes a shot from the open. 69 MARTIN THE JEWELER J. J. NEWBERRY COMPANY SCORES I L I R Pxns. OPPONENT I 1 ' 35 Buckingham 36 35 Blackstone 12 34 Crewe 18 A R I T Y 42 Amelia 46 23 Rnnrlolpli-Henry 10 48 Greenville 44 Wins: 4 Lossvs' 2 LarryG1'vcntow01's abovo op- ponents to not two points. Jimmy Atkins smacks tliv bzill out of The cainc-ra catclivs the motion Cancl sight. contortionj of basketball. SEATED: Roland Sams. Benny Dowdy, Eric Crenshaw. Billy C. Hubbard. SydncyD1'uQn, Bill Wilson. STANDING: Scott Harwood, Larry Grevn. Jimmy Atkins. Jimmy Harris. Johnny Skelton. Edcliv Noel. Pete Ellington, Mr. Ault. 0 - F, 4 QCQZJEMEQ 'Zi A S31 k?5i,5:34 :,,,?f?Z'3 '3'f22 21 NLE Etillw' WILLIAM E. JOHNSON REFRIGERATOR SERVICE R. C. JENKINS ATLANTIC OIL COMPANY 00053 W KNEELING: Melissa Myers, Mary Doyme. Patsy Terry, Kitty Rose Glenn, Barbara Ennis. Shannon Francis. Hester Bollinger. STANDING: Carol Robert. Mrs. Barbour. Betty Ayers, Emma Garnett Hix, Jane Morton. Sally Longsworth. Mary Beasley, Kathleen Martin, Susan Harwood. Walker Glenn Sally Clark, Ann Hix. SCORES F.H.S. OPPONENT 24 Kenbridge 30 40 Greenville 53 37 Randolph-Henry 42 44 Parkview 46 30 Victoria 40 27 Buckingham 32 26 Brunswick 48 41 Bluestone 25 39 Blackstone 53 35 Amelia 25 41 Crewe 39 Wins: 3 Losses: 8 TOP RIGHT: Walker Glenn flips the ball into the basket. LOWER RIGHT: A mighty leap takes Barbara Ennis into the rafters. FARMVILLE HERALD FARMVILLE MFG. CO. f"X MG OGRAM CLUB Students who participate in varsity sports and cheerleading belong to the Monogram Club. They encourage participation in athletics and promote better sportsmanship in the school and community. A continuing yearly project is to raise funds for securing an automatic scoreboard and new amplifier system for the athletic field. The annual June picnic at a nearby lake climaxed the year. OFFICERS Johnny Southall ......... Pres. Ann I-Iix ...,. . . V.-Pres. Bobby Schmidt. . . . Sec.-Treas. Jeanne Whitaker. . . . S.C.A. Rep. "s Ruth Catlin, Homecoming Queen, received a crown and a kiss from Johnny Southall, Monogram president and Football Co-Captain. FIRST ROW: Coach Gilmer, Whitaker, J. Southall, Schmidt. SECOND ROW: Overton, Longsworth. Harwood, Cassada, Doyne, Robert, Morton, Harper. THIRD ROW: B. Jones, Bollinger, Graziani Swertfeger, Dowdy, Beasley, Simpson, S. Reynolds. FOURTH ROW: Allard, Dunkum, Craft, Gilmer 1 n Perkins, Moore, Catlin, J. D. Jones. FIFTH ROW: Cralle, Wells, Coleman, S. Martin, Morrisette, Wilkerson, Vaughan. SIXTH ROW: Carter, Htmdley, Druen, A. Reynolds, Cook, Bailey. SEVENTH ROW: Buchanan, W. Southall, Shanaberger, Smith, K. Martin. 1 , 3 lf N GRAY'S DRUG STORE, INC. YW S .aww-K tink lil' Mm FRONT Mary Beasley Margaret McC1ary Karen Eppard Betty Taylor Barbara Yancey BACK Brenda Klng Mary Schmldt Gmger Fahrner Ellen Kmck June Oakes Mary Wflgllt Karen Kelty OFFICERS Betty Taylor Pres Erma Shumaker Sec Treas Mary Beasley Reporter Margaret McC1ary S C A Rep 3 '-x. MAIORETTE Th1s IS the f1rst year the Malorettes have been aff111ated w1th F H S ath1et1cs They supported the football team by marchmg to the school and part1c1pat1ng1nhalf tlme act1 v1t1es Awards were captured 1n several out of town parad and were presented to the who group and to 1nd1v1dua1 mem bers Newumforms were also obta1ned for spec1al p fades The nlajorettes entry 1n the Homtcommg Parade cap tured f1rst place KILKARE LAUNDRY v . WN ' md' bv HW' WN -A E S L.: iff .1 2 is advldywg if vi' V im 34" 'E' f se ig in Q34 5. . ERA GERSHMN My f,- P1i'f'4Lkyg2C0fa'2,wu4:C4l gf Amer off? 4, .4 M ii' MOST POPULAR Edward Weinberg and Ann Hix SENIOR MOST ATHLETIC MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED John D. Jones and Hester Bollinger Gilbert Wood and Sally Clark nf E WATKINS AWNING AND SIGN COMPANY 76 EA"+m..."'f, -eg, . .- , sr Q- A-, ---A l gs Q. 'B :nil SPOTLIGHT 3 1 14. MOST ATTRACTIVE Joel Coleman and Ruth Catlin BEST PERSONALITY MOST TALENTED Jimmy Wilck and Ann Hix Edward Weinberg and Sally Clark fix 'CJ- N BRADSHAW TRACTOR co., INC. 77 CARTERS FLOWER sHoP 'Y tx y X THE COURT Betty RuthAyers, Junior Class: Patsy Terry, Sophomore Class: Ruth Catlin, Queen: Carol Scott Bruce, Freshman Classg Susan Harwood, Maid of Honor: Marilyn Shepard. Eighth Grade. HOMECQMING The grand march is led by the court and their escorts. LEGGETT's 75 NEWMAN TIRE COMPANY INXS Ao 1. 1' 'sffwa ' in-. . 1 5 P-"f "Whit ii A AS "X" 1 . - wir . wg, A5 2 ' W1 5 4 W , im 'WQTB ?f" E I". y X A ' ,, 33' . 75, f fu 5 1 on 5 7 Q W ' 'V ' lu 1.1 v 4' . P , A ' f ' f 1 'ar ' f .1 ". 5 1 if Y 0 xii 1 , 9? Li A as I i ff li ly! , , ' -Y.. ' , iii? X ,,' I 4 'V FI1ec'trifying' Vic Harper tak es fearless Sherry Taylor into a dip. A ' 3 1 Su on? t . if I Q eg ij Ngariwa WAC J At last Y An easy going number for Ed Weinberg ' E f f' NYAYHQ and and Susan Harwood. f DOSQUXX OVW Uh one and uh two and a cha-cha-cha. THE STATE THEATER BRICKERT OIL COMPANY I 'f ,3 iiflgrv K. .: ,,, , ,- My ,, Valentine sweeilii-iii'i: 52-iecieciiiwiip Lllnli' classes weiw: Billy Turns and Ann Mitchell, Eighth Gradeg Bobby Gilmer and lliisy Wiley, Fiw-slimi-nz Bobby Schmidt Lind Kitty Rose Glenn, Sophomoreg Buddy Siniili and Eniznzi Hix. Siiiior: Jimmy' Gurus and Vklilkei' Glenn, Junior. Cupid sviziwci ii '.xqi11.,p1r1g triumpli at LliuSenini' splin- siircd ziliziir. Walker Glenn and John D. Jones chat with local dies jockey Al Smith who ggiviiw- ously spun the romantic plai- ters. ALE TI E DANCE TAYLOR MFG. CO., INC. SOUTHSIDE SUNDRY COMPANY if I f I 1. Q2 UPPER:Jorge Araniburu, an exchange student from Mexico. was with us from October until June LOWER: Another Mexican exchange student. Ricardo Arozco. was able to stay only a few weeks. l'lll1'1'ff V. as . ,4 1- ' ,, ,.. 5 N 1 X ., .1 f Joel Coleman. Vic Harper, and Buddy Smith model "Wolverine" shirts which the Seniors sold. Emma Hix, one of tl new Beta members. The Public Speak- ing Club had a Pepsi Cola partyto ease their aching throats. -, certificate from Mr NEWMAN'S ME. PLANTER'S BANK AND TR'- X 'Q cv. r M :Mew fem H , . , M fm' fi' " Q' ffiwff' LIVING and LEARNING . . . growing in knowledge, character, sportsmanship. , r., s, f


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