Fluvanna County High School - Fluvannual Yearbook (Carysbrook, VA)

 - Class of 1957

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THE FLUVANNUAL VOLUME XV 1957 Published By The Senior Class Of FLUVANNA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Carysbrook, Virginia in ty -fr i o foreword We chose for our annual theme this year " Fluvanna County, Past and Present " - because in June, as part of the Jamestown festival, our county will present a pro- gram which will include a historical pageant. The past we will show with photographs and drawing s ; the present we will outline through presentation of our activities. In both the past and the pre sent, but more e specially in the present, we would include our parents, for their efforts and support have made these days possible. To them we hope to give a glimpse of our wonderful school days and to share with them our interests and fellow- ships which we will cherish more and more as each day, each week, each month, and each year goes by. Zable Of Contents I. Administration and Faculty - Council and Tutors II. Classes Eighth Graders - Explorers Freshmen - Pioneers Sophomores - Settlers Juniors - Colonists Seniors - Adventurers III. Activities IV. Sports V. Advertisements -. PROPERTY 01 fCTTTCI T TTVr LIBHAEI 0? VIP0INI7 Si3r r -:r v a 4 Dedication To one who by his interest in our activitie s enriche s our school life; to one who with kindness and sincerity establishes bonds of friendship that we shall always cherish; to one who by his interest in civic affairs in- spires us to be good citizens and to make worthy con- tributions to the historical progress of our county, we dedicate our annual of 1957. School Calender AUGUST 20--Workship for our teachers began. 25-- " Flying Flucos " began football practice. 27- -Needless to say, school started. SEPTEMBER 3--Labor Day vacation. 14--A victory over Farmville for our first game . 14--Annual Princess Ball - Jean Lewis chosen " Miss Fluvanna " . 20- -Our band gave an early performance in As s embly . 2 1 - - Second vie to ry, this time over Spotsylvania. 28- -We travel to Albemarle for night game . 28-- " Miss Fluvanna " take s part in Apple Harve st F e stival . 28--No school for students, District J Meeting for teachers OCTOBER 5 --Fluvanna hold annual county fair. 5--Night game at Orange. 11- -Delmar photographer takes our pictures. 12- -We defeat Madison at night game. 16 - -Juniors and Seniors take advantage of College Day. 19--Powhatan Indians visit us for second home game . 26- -Fluvanna host to Midlothian. NOVEMBER 1- -Girl ' s basketball practice officially starts . 2- -Student ' s holiday -teachers go to V.E.A. meeting at Richmond. 2- -Night game at Appromattox. 9 - -Homecoming for old and new. 9-- " Flying Fluco ' s " host to Louisa Rebels. 15- -Seniors give Ame rican Education Week Program during Assembly. 16- -Football season closes for Fluvanna with F.U.M.A. JV ' s. 22- -Thanksgiving holiday starts. DECEMBER 1 1 - -Basketball Season opens with Powhatan. 12--Preview of Senior Play given in assembly. 14--Seniors become stars for a night with their presentation of " Jenny Kissed Me " . 20--Home for the holiday. School Calender JANUARY 2--Back to the 3R ' s once again. 15--Those Dreaded exams start. 18--Teachers have pleasure of grading exams, while we stay at home. 25--This is Parent ' s Day at school. 28- -Our teachers have anothe r meeting, no school for us. 29- -School year half over. FEBRUARY 15 - - Good-bye dear annual for another year. MARCH 15- -S.C.A. Convention at Mary Washington. 16- -First night of Minstrel Show. 16- »District one-act play festival is held. 17- -Minstrel Show winds up for another year. APRIL 18--We are off for Easter Vacation. 18--We dance to the wee hours of the morning at the Senior Prom. 30--Art Exhibit Begins. MAY 2--The new S.C.A. Officers are installed. 16--Fluvanna has Career Day. 28--Seniors begin their last high school exams. JUNE 2- -We proudly listen to our Baccalaureate Sermon. 3- -Together for the last time we have Class Day and Senior Luncheon. 3--With cap and gown we walk to the stage to receive that diploma. Annual Staff | HI T ii || Rj mHHI k. a Photographer Typist Assistant Art Editor Boy ' s Sports Editor Girl ' s Sports Editor Assistant Editor . . Editor Business Manager . Club Editor Typist Cary Bell . . . .Fred Breeden . Ruth Higginbotham . . . Floyd Herndon . . . .Jean McGuinn Mary Jean Perkins . . . .Patsy Phillips Paula Goss . . . .Shirley Lewis . Lillie Zickefoose Art Editor Jane Minter faculty And Administration Administration MR. J. P. SNEAD, SUPERINTENDENT University of Richmond, B. A, NOT PICTURED Miss Wallace Heard Director of Instruction Goucher College, B. A. University of Virginia, M. A. Miss Annie Nicholas Visiting Teacher University of Virginia FLUVANNA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Mr. J, B. Hasher, Dr. S. W. Seldon, Mr. Walter Kidd, Mr. W. J. Ranson Vacuity HUBERT W. CHARLTON Principal History and Social Studies University of Richmond, B. A. University of Rennes, Paris University of Virginia George Washington University VIRGINIA J. SNEAD Mathematics and Bookkeeping Westhampton College, B. A. University of Virginia VIRGINIA WINN GOOCH Busine s s Marshall College, B. A. ELEANOR W. TALLEY History and English Madison College, B. S. University of Virginia CHARLES L. COSTELLO History Athletic Coach University of Virginia, M. A. faculty MILDRED CHARLTON DAVIS General Science Mathematic s Mary Washington College, B. A. G. R. EDGERTON Band Fork Union Military Academy Southern Conservatory of Music Vacuity JESSE S. HUNT Social Studies Longwood College, B. S. William and Mary George Washington University PHILLIP JONES Science Pennsylvania State, B. S. University of Virginia University of North Carolina University of Minnesota AROLTEN T. HARDING Physical Education Longwood College, A. B. RUTH D. PATTERSC Home Economics Radford College, B, . VIRGINIA J. LOVING Science and English University of Richmond, B. S. faculty Sigktk Qrade Louis Barrett John Bauserman Della Bell David Blain Avis Bourne Martha Breeden Jon Browning Beverly Bulter Robert Bulter Charles Carter F rank Carter Spencer Clabo Maxwell Crenshaw William Critzer Joyce Dabney Clarence Davis Cecil Skeen Charles Farrar Betty Flanagan Thomas Fleming Susan Forstbauer Courtney Green Barbara Haden Howard Haislip Jane Haley Tinka Hannum Charles Harlow Samuel Hawthorne Mary Jackson Harvey Johnson Brenda King James Knight Arlene Lenahan William Lewis Elmo Londeree Eighth (grade Nancy Lum Bobby Matney Jean Melton Walter Melton Frances Morris Helen Morris Aubrey Nuckles Lewis Owens Jane Pace Wanda Palmer Margaret Parrish Thomas Payne Stewart Poore Barbara Price Eloise Proffitt Calvin Ranson Virginia Regan Brenda Richardson Lawrence Richardson Thelma Ringwood Peggy Roberts Rebecca Rose Jane Ryalls Page Sadler Henry Skeen F ay Smith Joanne Smith Joyce Smith Robert Stoddert Mildred Stoneman Bobby White Joyce White William White Robert Winfrey John Yancey freshmen Phillip Anderson Nettie Lee Bauserman David Black Mary Breeden Garland Carter Jeanette Carter Waverly Cosner Patricia Cottrell Alfred Covington Thomas Critzer Charlotte Crummette George Dansey William Drumheller Margaret Forsyth Linda Foster Alice Haislip William Haislip Darlene Harris Harold Johnson Barbara Landes Eddie Lane Robert Lanford Preston Lloyd, Jr. Carolyn Martin F rankie Me Guinn Janice Mondy Jack Moon Robert Morris freshmen Ryland Nash Christine Newton Steve Parrish Winston Patterson Brenda Payne Billy Pippin Sally Praitsching Billy Ranson Leon Rasnake Edwin Reardon William Richardson Betty Sclater Alex Semiklose Thomas Shepherd Bernard Shipp Steve Slaughter Betty Smith Catherine Staton Lora Winn Stanley Phillip Stoneman David Stoughton Carol Thomas Shelby Jean Thompson Thomas Treadway George Turner Jerry Ward James Wills Earl Wright Sophomores Betty Ackerman Thomas Armentrout John Bell Preston Bell Earl Browning Jerry Childress Frances Cosner Barbara Crawford Miles Creasey Doris Crutchfield James Haley Myrtle Harding John Jones Audrey Kidd Jean Lewis Robert Lum Christine Martin William Melton Dean Morris Sophomores Peggy Naff Helen Napier Florence Pace Arnold Palmer Patricia Palmer Brenda Parrish Betty Lou Pattersoi Alice Payne Gloria Payne Alice Proffitt Gabriel Sarate Shirley Seay Betty Shumake Alvin Smith Charles Snead John Steinmetz Kathleen Ringwood Nancy Walton Buford Wood juniors Maria Baber Frances Baker Barbara Bishop Wallace Browning Blanche Carter Barbara Carver Mildred Clatterbuck Jane Conner Joan Cosner Robin Cruimmette Shirley Davis Mitchell Dillard Betty Drumheller Dean Duncan Bobby Jo Farrar John Foster Jacquolen Gentry Paul Goss Judith Greer William Hale Richard Haney Bernard Harris, Jr. Geraldine Hawthorne Barbara Houchens James Jinx Helen Johnson juniors Robert Kendrick George Kirby Patricia Lloyd David Loving Horace Melton, Jr. Margaret Melton Harriet Minter Helen Newton Warren O ' Brien Horace Pace James Pace Robert Pace Harold Payne John Perkins Joyce Perkins Sallie Perkins Kay Price Betty Rice Harold Richardsor Donald Ringwood Joe Sadler Irene Semiklose Henry Southworth Merle Staton Adele Stoughton Chloedell Ward Dick White Homecoming Senior Officers Reporte r . . . . Vice President President . . . . Daphne Penn Clinton Cosner . Anne Walton F red Breeden T rea sure r Secretary Jane Minter Seniors Cary Wills Bell Ogden Black F red Breeden Edna C arter Seniors Seniors Ruth M. Higginbotham William Hilbert Shirley Ruth Lewis Samuel Krause Seniors Seniors Roma Ward Anne Walton Betty Yelle Lillie Zickefoose Senior Directory BELL, CARY - 4-H 2 -4; Reporter 3 , Vic e - Presi- dent 4, Vice-President County Council 4; Music Club 1-3; Annual Staff; Newspaper Club 2-4; Assembly Editor 3-4; Glee Club 1-3; Senior Play; Dramatic Club 1 -3; Sub-Deb 2; Basket- ball 4; Safety Patrol 2-3. BLACK, OGDEN - Baseball 3-4. BREEDEN, FRED - Senior Class Treasurer; Safety Committee 4; F.F.A. 2-4. CARTER, EDNA - F.H.A. 1-3; Band 1-3; Major- ette 2-4; Basketball 3-4; Glee Club 1-4. CHILDRESS, THEODORE - Football 2-4; Basket- ball 2-4; B a s e b a 1 1 3 - 4 ; Minstrel 3-4; Senior Play; F.F.A. 3-4; Bus Patrol 1; 4-H Club 1-2. COSNER, BERTHA - F .H .A . 1-4; Magazine Contest Upstairs Captain 4. COSNER, CLINTON - Senior Class Vice-Presi- dent; F.F.A. 1-4; Secretary 4; Baseball 3. CRUTCHFIELD, WILLIAM DAVIS - Football 3-4; F.F.A. 1-4; Treasurer 4; Boys Social 1-2; Beef Judging C ont e s t 3-4; Dairy Judging Contest 3; Minstrel, Endman 3-4; Senior Play DILLARD, ALAN, JR .- Football 1 -4; F.F.A. 1-4; Minstrel 2-4; Boys Social 2-4; 4-H 1; Band 1. EWOLDT , HOMER - Transfer from Hartly; Bus Patrol 4. FLANAGAN, HELEN ANN - Band 1 -4; Piano 2 -4; Dramatic Club 3;GleeClub 1-4; Bus Patrol 3-4; Senior Play. FLEMING, MARGARET ANN - F.H.A. 1-4; Sub- Deb 1-2; French Club 2-3. GARNER, ROSA EDNA - S.C.A. Representative 4; Minstrel 2-4; F.H.A. 1-4; Safety Patrol 2-3. GOSS, PAULA - F .H .A . 1-4; Sub -Deb 1-2; Treasurer 2; Hi-Y Reporter 4; Annual Staff. GREUSEL, PEGGY LUCILLE - Band 1-4; Music Club 1-4; Secretary and Treasurer 4; Glee Club Secretary 4; F.H.A. 2-3; F.T.A. 1-4. HAISLIP, EDWARD - F.F.A. 1-4; Minstrel 3-4; Hi-Y 4; Dramatic Club 1, Safety Committee Chairman 4. HANEY, BETTY JANE - Cheerleader 3 -4;F.H.A. 1- 4; Newspaper Club 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Member of Court 1-3. HANEY, DAVID SCOTT - Football 3 -4; Baseball 2- 4; F.F.A. 1-4; Boys Social 1-4; President 4. HERNDON, FLOYD LEON - President of S.C.A. 4; Football 1-4; Baseball 2-4; F.F.A. 1-4; Judging Team 3 -4; Boys Social 1-4; Senior Play. HIGGINBOTHAM, RUTH MAGALINE -Basketball 1-3; Captain 3; Annual Staff, 4-H 2-4; Secretary 3- 4; Band 1-2; Music Club 1; Glee Club 1-2. HILBERT, BILLY - Football 2-4; Baseball 1-4; F.F.A. 1 - 4 ; Dramatic 1; Boys Social 2-4; Treasurer of Boys Social 4. KRAUSE, SAMUEL - Senior Play; Football 4; F.F.A. 3-4; Baseball 3-4. McGUINN, JEAN - Basketball 2-4; Cheerleader 3-4; Annual Staff; Minstrel 3-4; Glee Club Presi- dent 4; Vice-President of Hi-Y 3; F.H.A. 1-4; Music Club 1-3; Sub-Deb 1; French Club 4. MARTIN, ALICE MARIE - Basketball 2-3; Manager 3. MINTER, JANE E. - Basketball 1-4; F.H.A. 1-4; Annual Staff; Newspaper Staff 4; President of Dramatic Club 4; Cheerleader 2-4; Senior Class PresidentReporter; Newspaper Club 3-4; Senior Prom - Queen ' s Court 1; Glee Club 2; S.C .A. 3-4; Senior Play. NEWTON, BETTY JANE - Dramatic Club 1-4; Secretary 2; Sub-Deb 1-2; F.H.A. 3-4; Secretary 4; Cheerleader 3-4; Minstrel 1-4; Senior Play. NEWTON, INEZ MAY - F.H.A. 1-4; Glee Club 1; Sub -Deb 1-2. PACE, ROBERT LATEN - Football 2-4; Basket- ball 4; President of Band 4; Boys Social 1-4. PARRISH, DORIS MARIE - Basketball 3-4; Cheer- leader 3-4; Minstrel 3-4; 4-H Club 3; F.H.A. 1. PENN, DAPHNE - B and 1-4; Secretary 3-4; Minstrel 3-4; F.H.A. 1-4; Class Officer 1-4; Newspaper Club 4. PERKINS, CARRIE JEAN - F.H.A. 1 -4; Song Leader 3; President 4; Triplettes 1 -3; S.C .A. 1-4; Annual Staff 4; Minstrel 1-4; Sub-Deb 1; News- paper Club 1; F.T.A. 4; Band 1. PERKINS, MARY JEAN - Piano Class 1-4; Secretary 2; President 4; F.H.A. 1-3; S.C .A. Representative 4; Annual Staff; Glee Club 1-4; Safety Patrol 3-4; Hi-Y 4; Minstrel 2-4; Band 1-4. PHILLIPS, PATSY WRAY - Sub-Deb 1; F.T.A. 1- 4; President 2; Reporter 4; F.H.A. 1-4; News- paper 1-2; Annual Editor 4; Basketball 4; S.C.A. 2- 4; Bus Patrol 1; Senior Play. SCOTT, KATHLEEN - F.H.A.; Sub-Deb. WALTON, ANNE - F.H.A. 1-4; Treasurer 3; Vice-President 4; Jolly Five Federation Reporter and Historian 4; Senior Class President; Fresh- manClass Secretary; Newspaper Club 3-4; Club Editor 4; Dramatic Club 3-4; Reporter 3; Sub- Deb 1-2; Reporter 2; Minstrel 2-4; Thespian Society 3-4; Band 1; Safety Patrol 2-3; Piano 1; Senior Play. WARD, ROMA - Minstrel 3-4; Newspaper Club 3- 4; F eature Editor 4; F.H.A. 2-4; Dramatic Club 2-4; Sub-Deb 1; Senior Play. VELLE, BETTY - Transferred From Douglas Southall Freeman 4; Dramatic Club Treasurer 4; Basketball 4; F . H . A . 4; Newspaper C lub 4; Senior Play. ZICKEFOOSE, LILLIE - F.H.A. 1-2; Hi-Y 3-4; Secretary and Reporter 3; Vi ;e-President 4; Music l-4;Vice-President4;Glee Club 1,4; Bus Patrol 4; Annual Staff; French Club 2-3. “{Jenny Kissed Me’’ Cast Father Moynihan Michael Saunders Mrs . Deazy Sister Mary of the Angels Shirley Tirabossi Miss Sterns Mary Delaney Harry Jo Owen Parkside Jenny A Girl Another Girl Mr . Parkside . . Floyd Herndon .... Sam Krause .... Betty Velle . . . .Anne Walton . . Patsy Phillips Cary Bell . . .Shirley Lewis . . Anne Flanagan . . .Jean McGuinn . Teddy Childress . . . . J ane Minte .... Roma W ar Betty Jane Newton Davis Crutchfield CL -i OFFICERS President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . Reporter . . . . Floyd Herndon Bobby Jo Farrar Carolyn Winfrey . . Billy Pippin . Joyce Perkins As a member of the Student Body of Fluvanna County High School, I believe in up holding the name of our school by: 1. Maintaining absolute honesty at all times. 2. Respecting those in authority. 3. Being dependable. 4. Showing pride in keeping grounds and buildings clean. 5. Having consideration for others. 6. Promoting school spirit and clean sportsmanship. 7. Denouncing all profanity in thought and act. 8. A good school citizen is a good world citizen. Sluco- Mi Quill Editor - Irene Semiklose Associate Editor - Judith Greer Feature Editor - Roma Ward Assembly Editor - Cary Bell Club Editor - Anne Walton Staff Sports Editor - Jane Minter Business Manager - Adele Stoughton Circulation Manager - Carolyn Winfrey Photographer - Bernard Harris Faculty Sponsors - Mrs. Eleanor Talley Mrs. Virginia Gooch 1 1 f L | t EI ■raj ag$3| l f ij 7.H.A OFFICERS Song Leader - Sally Perkins Secretary - Betty Jane Newton Vice-President - Anne Walton President - Carrie Jean Perkins Reporter - Bobby Jo Farrar Treasurer - Carolyn Winfrey 3.Z.A President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . Reporter . a . OFFICERS Chloedell Ward Margaret Melton . Joyce Perkins Carolyn Martin . Patsy Phillips OFFICERS President . . . Vic e -President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Reporter . . . . . . Alvin Smith . . . . Cary Bell Ruth Higginbotham . Earl Browning . . C ookie Green I pledge my HEAD to clearer thinking, my HEART to greater loyality, my HANDS to larger service, my HEALTH to better living, for my club, my community, and my country. m-y OFFICERS President - Mary Jean Perkins Treasurer - Beverly Butler Vice-President - Lillie Mae Zickefoose Chaplin - Paul Jinks Secretary and Reporter - Paula Goss Advisors - Mrs. Baber, Mr. Charlton Cibrary OFFICERS President - Billy Pippin Vice-President - Margaret Forsyth Secretary - Windy Stanley Treasurer - Joanne Smith Reporter - Tinka Hannum Advisor - Mrs. White Dramatics Officers Pre sident Jane Minter Vice-President Billy Pippin Sec retary Harriet Lee Minter Treasurer Betty Velle Reporter Susie Forstbauer PROPS COSTUMES REHEARSAL Dramatics PERFOR MANCE Zhespians Anne Walton, Carolyn Winfrey, Adele Stoughton, Irene Semiklose, Shirley Lewis , Sally Perkins, Kay Price. Maud W W litt Mil MIWWiHiiiMi w «i m mmm m mu $n mm Mi iftSfi ‘Ms. - Officers President Bobby Pace Secretary and Treasurer Daphne Penn Reporter Carol Thomas (flee Club Officers President . . Vice-President Secretary . o Treasurer . . Jean Me Guinn Shirley Lewis Peggy Greusel Shirley Lewis Reporter , . Edna Carter Sub-Deb Officers President Vice-President . . , . Secretary and Treasurer Reporter Adele Stoughton Barbara Landis . Brenda King Carol Thomas ftoys Social Officers Senior Prom Music Piano Class Officers President - Mary Jean Perkins Secretary and Treasurer - Peggy Greusel Vice-President - Lillie Mae Zickefoose Reporter - Dean Morris Teacher - Mrs. Margarite Conrad Bus ' Drivets Captain - Edward Haislip Cheerleaders Jean McGuinn, Jean Lewis, Peggy Minter, Betty Jane Newton, Betty Jane Haney, Jane Minter, Chloedell Ward, Doris Parrish. School Song Stand Fluvanna down the field Never say die We ' ll never change our aim So enemy you stay shy. Roll up that score Flu Hi One body we Fight Fluvanna, hold that line And down the enemy, down the enemy, down. Blue of the seven seas Gold of God ' s sun Let these our colors be Till all of time is done. By hard work we shall learn Fluvanna ' s call, Faith, courage, service true With honor over, honor over, all. football September 14 We 18 F arm ville They 9 21 33 Spotsylvania 0 28 19 Albemarle 20 October 5 0 Orange 19 12 31 Madison 6 19 7 Powhatan 20 26 34 Midlothian 0 November 2 0 Appomattox 7 9 25 Louisa 1 3 7 F.U.M.A. Jv ' s 13 Squad Squad Captain TEDDY DENBY boys’ basketball Girls’ basketball Herndon Cosner Haney Krause baseball Snead Davis Denby Childress RITTENHOUSE BEAUTY SHOP Compliments o MR. MRS. H. F. GREER Cold Waving, Facials and Manicures Phone 4174 Scottsville Virginia WEBER CITY RITTENHOUSE BROTHERS SERVICE STATION General Contractors Dial 4174 Bremo Bluff Virginia Scottsville Virginia PEYTON G. TAYLOR Commission Agent SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE PETROLEUM SERVICES Gasoline, Home Fuel Oil and Motor Oils River Road P. O. Box 181 Charlottesville Virginia Diamonds - Watches Jewelry - Silverware Established 1892 W. E. CUNNINGHAM SON Watchmakers - Jewelers Louisa Virginia MAY 5c to $1.00 STORE Louisa Virginia WOODWARD FUNERAL HOME Organized 1884 Ambulance Service Phone Louisa 85 or 207 W Louisa Virginia VALLEY VIEW FLORIST RANSON ' S SUPER MARKET Fresh Flowers Always Fancy Groceries 418 E. Main Street Phone 9551 Dial 26141 Charlottesville Virginia Bremo Bluff Virginia SCOTTSVILLE GULF STATION Scottsville Virginia Compliments of FLUVANNA CLEANERS Under New Management Your Satisfaction Is Our Pleasure L. R. Childress - Phone 3414 Bremo Bluff Virginia JRxjil f£t£ Home of Better Values also LEGGETT ' S BARGAIN CENTER Bargain Basement Values! OMOHUNDRO HARDWARE CO. Popular Prices Quality Merchandise Charlottesville Virginia Scottsville Virginia SCOTTSVILLE MOTOR LINE F. H. HOLLAND Local and Long Distance Hauling Refrigerated Service Kyle Allen, Owner Phone 3931 Virginia General Merchandise Southern States Distributor and Pulpwood Dealer Phone Fork Union 3308 Virginia Scottsville Columbia Remember- - Only You Can PREVENT FOREST FIRES! Sponsored By WALTON LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Mineral 2-2111 Pendleton Virginia HERFF-JONES COMPANY Manufacturers of Official Fluvanna County High School Class Rings Virginia Representative JAMES L. DECK 3110 West Marshall Street Richmond 21 Virginia Compliments of DR. J. H. YEATMAN T. J. PROFFITT General Merchandise Phone 3301 Columbia Virginia LOUISA LAUNDRY CLEANERS Louisa Virginia Compliments of KENTS STORE AGRICULTURAL RECREATIONAL CENTER CLUB BROWN-PORTER MOTOR CORP. Phone 105 Dillwyn, Virginia Phone 56 Palmyra, Virginia Sales and Services M. H. HITER General Merchandise Phone Fork Union 3413 Bremo Bluff Virginia LOUISA FEED SERVICE JONES STORE Drugs, Cosmetics Phone 225 School Supplies SkSTATESJf Dial 3831 Louisa Virginia Scottsville Virginia W. T. MILLER COMPANY Self Service Store Groceries - Meats - Fruits Scottsville Virginia TALLEY NEON Richmond Virginia VETERAN ' S LUNCH Sandwiches Cold Drinks E. H. Parrish Jr., Prop. Columbia Virginia CONGRATULATIONS to THE CLASS of 1957 NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Palmyra - Charlottesville - Fork Union KYLE ALLEN WHOLESALE Fruits and Produce Direct from Florida Scottsville Virginia KENT ' S SERVICE STATION Gulf Gas and Oil Columbia Virginia PEOPLES HARDWARE R. D. McDonald, Proprietor Dealers In Hardware, Paints, Furniture, Sporting Goods We Deliver Dial 372 Louisa Virginia Compliments of Ready To Wear Piece Goods Notions RANSON SMITH FUNERAL HOME TILMAN ' S S. T. Ranson - Leland W. Smith J, D. and J. S. Tilman Phone Fork Union 2081 " Charlottesville ' e Shopping Center " Bremo Bluff Virginia H. M. GLEASON CO., INC. Phone 2-5145 or 2-9358 MRS. B. A. DICKERSON International Trucks and Farm Machinery Hardware - Feeds - Fertilizers Seeds - R.C.A. Television I. H. C, Refrigerators and Freezers First and Garrett Streets General Merchandise Charlottesville Virginia Columbia Virginia ARTHUR WALTON CO. Business Established 1865 Furniture - Hardware Groceries - Fresh Meats Phone 3291 Columbia Virginia WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Phone 2501 Scottsville Virginia THACKER BROTHERS Funeral Home Phone 2791 Ambulance Service Scottsville Virginia CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 57 BRUCE ' S DRUG STORE Your Rexall Store Dial 3381 Scottsville Virginia CHARLOTTESVILLE AUTO AND TRUCK DEALERS Bradley Peyton III 1311 West Main Street Pontiac-Cadillac-G.M.C. Trucks Calhoun Chevrolet 100 East Water Street Chevrolet Cars and Trucks Harper Motors, Inc. Preston Ave. at Ninth Street Authorized Dealer For Fine English Cars H. M. Gleason and Co., Inc. Garrett Street International Trucks and Equipment R. M. Davis Motors, Inc. 1001 West Main Street DeSota - Plymouth Vance Buick Inc. 900 Preston Avenue Buick Charlottesville Motors 856 West Main Street Ford Cars and Trucks Coggins Motor Co., Inc. 330 Preston Avenue Chrysler - Plymouth MacGregor Motors, Inc. 416 West Main Street Lincoln- Me r cur y- Conte nintal Wilhoit Motors 404 East Market Street Dodge -Plymouth Russell Mooney Olds Sales and Service 315 West Main Street Oldsmobile Wright Wrecking Yard 1320 East Market Street Used Parts Piedmont Tractor Co., Inc. Route 250 West Willys Jeep-John Deere Equipment STANDARD PRODUCE CO., INC. Compliments o Fresh Fruit and Vegetables DR. L. S. MABRY Dial 2-5171 Charlottesville Virginia THE HUB, INC. GILMORE, HAMM SNYDER, INC. Ladies 1 - Men ' s - Children ' s Furniture For The Ready - To - Wear Home And Office Scottsville Virginia Charlottesville Virginia W.F. PAULETT SON Scottsville Building Materials and Hardware Virginia PALMYRA MOTOR CO. Your Chevrolet Dealer ■wjal ' B ' o. K. Used Cars and Trucks 24 hr. Wrecker Service Palmyra Virginia JARMAN PRINTING COMPANY Exclusive Shaw- Walker Dealer Charlottesville Virginia Fuel Oil Delivered To Your Home Automatically By Temperature Control Without Extra Cost R.C. 0M0HUNDR0 TEXACO DISTRIBUTOR Print-O- Meter Delivery Tickets Burner Service Phone 2751 or 2111 Fork Union Virginia Compliments of MR. MRS. W. H. CARVER W. W. WILSON General Merchandise Phone 74F014 Bybee Virginia CHARLOTTESVILLE TRACTOR IMPLEMENT CO. Ferguson System Custom Made Bodies Trailers General Welding k Repair Monticello Road, R.F.D. 1 Telephone 2-4290 Charlottesville Virginia Compliments of J. B. HASHER Troy Virginia Compliments of BY THE RIVER F. F. WHITE RESTAURANT New Canton Virginia SCOTTSVILLE BEAUTY SHOP WADDELL ' S 308 East Main St. Complete Beauty Service Your Old Reliable Shoe Store F or Appointment Headquarters For Call Scottsville 4531 STRIDE RITE and BOY SCOUT SHOES Compliments 0 J. W. SIEGFRIED, JR. H. M. BRANSFORD General Merchandise Country Produce Pulpwood Railroad Crossties Shipping Point- Fork Union, Va. Distributors of Phone 3388 AMOCO AMERICAN OIL PRODUCTS Cohassett Virginia COLUMBIA SERVICE STATION AMOCO JOHN N. TRYALL Columbia Virginia THE JEFFERSON SHOP " Louisa ' s Shopping Center " Phone 118 Louisa Virginia WOODWARD MOTOR CO. CHEVROLET AND Telephone Louisa 62 Louisa Virginia KIRKPATRICK ' S, INC. " The Biggest Little Store In The State of Virginia " Kents Store Virginia YOUR CAREER IN ENGINEERING § If you ' re interested in science and mathematics, you may well have a bright future in engineering. Few fields offer such varied and promising careers. The faster we prog- ress, the more engineers are needed. So consider making America ' s prog- ress your own. Plan for a career in engineering! VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY Maby Pictures Some may think it bragging But Fluvannians don ' t, I know That things are better here Than wherever we might go. They talk of " Nelson ' s peaches " . And " Albemarle Pippins " too. Surely they have not tasted The " Simmons " in old Flu 1 I

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Fluvanna County High School - Fluvannual Yearbook (Carysbrook, VA) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1


Fluvanna County High School - Fluvannual Yearbook (Carysbrook, VA) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1


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