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

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LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA — — GIFT OF DIVISION OF EXTENSION 4 NAME ADDRESS I 2 VOLUME XVII Published by enLOt Of FLUVANNA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Carysbrook, Virginia 3 IN APPRECIATION We, the class of 1959, do hereby dedicate our year book to Mrs. Mary Tyler Baber in appreciation of her loyalty and devotion to her profession. Through her efforts to give us the best in literature, to develop our powers of creative expression, and to teach us lessons for wholesome daily living, she has endeared herself to each of us. loves her play. 5 WITH PICTURES AND WORDS Each click of the shutter gave us one more picture for our book of memories. In this Fluvannual you will see the magic moments of the past year. Tommy displays the newest pictures for the approval of Seniors. WE RECORD ADMINISTRATION SENIORS CLASSES ACTIVITIES SPORTS ADVERTISEMENTS mm? ADMINISTRATION WORKS FOR PROGRESS School Board Mr. Robert M. Gooch; Mr. W. Taps- cott Snead, Chairman; Mr. Joseph Payne Snead, Superintendent; Mr. Walter L. Kidd; Mr. Walter S. Kent. MR. HUBERT W. CHARLTON Principal Since 1950, Mr. Charlton has served as Principal, showing a sincere interest in all pupils. MR. JOSEPH PAYNE SNEAD Superintendent Mr. Snead has served as Superin- tendent of Fluvanna County Schools for 33 years. During these years, all schools have been consolidated. Not Pictured: Miss Wallace Heard Director of Instruction Miss Annie Nicholas Visiting Teacher Mary T. Baber, B.A. Latin and English Margaret H. Charlton, B.S. Art THROUGH THE EFFORTS OF OUR TEACHERS, Mrs. Baber will be long remembered as an avid Julius Caesar fan. Our thanks go to Mrs. Charlton for her artistic touches around school. We give Coach Costello a big cheer for promoting school spirit, sportsmanship, and interest in athletics. Mrs. Davis, a teacher with that certain smile, makes classroom work a real joy. Under Captain Edgerton ' s excellent direc- tion, our band marches on. Charles L. Costello, M.A. History, Spanish, Athletic Coach Virginia W. Gooch, B. A. Business Education Arolien T. Harding, B. A. Physical Education and History Jessie S. Hunt, B. S. Social Studies OUR YEAR HAS BEEN FILLED As annual sponsor and friend to every senior, we could not find a better name than Mama Gooch. We are grateful to Mrs. Harding for her interest in helping students solve their problems in class and out. We credit many of our study habits to Mrs. Hunt who taught us the value of class discipline. Although new to our school as a teacher, Mr. Johnson had added much through his work as S. C. A. sponsor. Mrs. Loving will long be remembered for her guidance both in basketball and cheerleading. Roy E. Loving, B. S. Vocational Agriculture Ruth D. Patteson, M. E. D. Home Economics WITH PROFITABLE EXPERIENCES Mr. Loving has added much to the F. F. A. as its co-sponsor. We willuse Mrs. Patteson ' s many lessons in sewing and cooking in our own homes. We attribute much of our homecoming success to Mrs. Shepherd. Thanks Mr. Snead for saving our lives by teaching us how to drive. We appreciate Mrs. Snead ' s help on our annual. Bessie B. Shepherd, B. S. English Eleanor W. Talley, B. S. English and Mathematics m " ■ m pfv. ' jv.‘, •’ . V George B. Troxler, B. S. Vocational Agriculture AND HAPPY MEMORIES We will always remember Mrs. Talley for her wonderful direction of our Senior play and for her help on numerous other calls. Mr. Troxler has done much toward our agricultural training. Thanks to Mrs. White, we have a very complete and orderly library. We commend Mrs. Browning for her quiet patience and understanding nature. The cafeteria could never have been run so well without Mrs. Davis. Iva L. White Librarian SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS (Sitting) Brenda Parrish, President; Peggy Naff, Vice-President Barbara Crawford, Secretary. (Standing) Preston Bell, Treasurer Charles Snead, Reporter. WE ARE SENIORS AT LAST THOMAS JAMES ARMENTROUT quiet, industrious, and quite a photogra- pher . . . known by his big hat CECIL PRESTON BELL quiet and independent . . .a knowing smile . . . big time farmer JOHN SHEPHERD BELL sly smile . . . drives a neat little black car . . . reserved and pleasant person- ality. PEGGY JEANETTE BROWNING distinctive giggle . . . petite . . . first to sport a " sparkler " on her left hand 15 ACTIVITIES, FUN, AND HARD WORK WILLIAM EARL BROWNING easy to get along with . . . captain of the football team . . . sense of humor GERALD MALCOLM CHILDRESS active in athletics . . . happy-go-lucky . . neat in dress BARBARA LOUISE CRAWFORD known for her cheerful smile . . . excels in playing the piano ... such pretty naturally curly hair MILES MELVIN CREASY sure to be heard . . .future pilot . . friendly and likeable 16 MAKES OUR YEAR PASS QUICKLY DORIS ANN CRUTCHFIELD sweet smile . . . lovely complexion . . . very dependable . . . friendly MARION MARIE HARVEY friendly person . . . easy going . . . great basketball player JOHN EDWARD JONES nice looking . . . plays football, baseball, basketball . . . top notch job on scenery for " Skidding " ROBERT LELAND LUM a major interest in science . . . quiet and helpful . . . reserved n FRIENDSHIPS, ACTIVITIES, FUTURE PLANS- LILLIAN CHRISTINE MARTIN has lovely dark hair and expressive eyes . . . easy going and friendly . . . coopera- tive WILLIAM THOMAS MELTON, JR. tinkers with cars . . . known by his Cad- illac . . . ready for all extra jobs DEAN FARRAR MORRIS definitely unforgetable . . . top-notch for friendliness . . . could win any laughing contest PEGGY BURCH NAFF loves horses . . . wears pretty tailored clothes . . . conscientious student ALL ASSUME NEW IMPORTANCE WALTER RYLAND NASH great hunter . . . willing helper . . . a fine person PATRICIA JEAN PALMER headed for the business world . . . a sweet soft spoken girl . . . dark, curly hair BRENDA LOU PARRISH ready to assist . . . possesses an infect- ious grin . . . sure to succeed ALICE FAYE PAYNE co-editor of Fluco-Hi-Quill . . . well dressed . . . slender ... a sweet and attractive person 19 PREPARATION FOR COLLEGE, JOBS, GLORIA DALE PAYNE efficient typist . . . readily accepts re- sponsibility . . . such a pleasant person- ality ALICE ALLEEN PROFFITT friendly, pleasant, andobliging. . . pretty blond hair . . . business minded KATHLEEN MARIE RINGWOOD has pretty dark hair and expressive eyes . . . friendly . . . student director of senior play GABRIEL ISIDRO SARATE happy-go-lucky . . . spaghetti specialist . . . loves to drive that car 20 HOMEMAKING KEEPS SENIORS BUSY PRISCILLA ELIZABETH SHUMAKE attractive, friendly . . . sincere ... a winning smile STEPHEN BENTON SLAUGHTER tall, ambitious, and talented . . . our high on the National Merit Scholarship . . . sense of humor. ALVIN NICHOLAS SMITH, JR. Senior Class Romeo . . . rated high in math . . . going to college CHARLES SELDON SNEAD unusual, a serious minded comedian . . . out for sports . . . college bound 21 OUR YEAR HAS LASTING MEMORIES HEIDI VON WANGENHEIM our student from Germany . . . friendly attractive . . . intelligent CAROLYN JEANNETTE WINFREY artistic . . . dramatic talent . . . quite a leader 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. 22 THE STAFF SUPPLIES THE POWER FOR THE FLUVANNUAL Carolyn Winfrey Art Editor Steve Slaughter Club Editor Tommy Armentrout Photographer Peggy Browning, assistant editor; Dean Morris, editor; and Gloria Payne, business manager, make initial plans for the new yearbook. Marie Harvey, Alvin Smith Sports Editors Trainees - David Black, Margaret Forsyth, Jeanne Melton, Becky Phillips. Sponsors - Mrs. Virginia Gooch, Mrs. Virginia Snead. Typists Doris Crutchfield, Pat Palmer, Betty Shumake One of the many after- school workshops which helped make this volume a reality. " Good morning, Stubbins. " " It ' s your turn, Myra. " We stir up We clean up " Well, bless my soul. ' We paint up We make up JUNIORS ANTICIPATE HAPPILY THE PLEASURES Fred Adams Phillip Anderson Nettie Lee Bauserman David Black Garland Carter Jeanette Carter Patricia Cottrell Charlotte Crummett George Dansey Danny Denby Margaret Forsyth Joanne Goodson Alice Haislip Billy Harlowe Darlene Harris Barbara Landes Bobby Lanford Betty Leach John Lloyd Frankie McGuinn Jack Moon Bobby Morris 26 OF BECOMING THE NEXT SENIORS Christine Newton Floyd Newton Luther Palmer Winston Patterson Brenda Payne Nancy Perkins Billy Pippin Sally Praitsching Billy Ranson Edwin Reardon Billy Richardson Dawn Savage Betty Sclater Alex Semiklose Betty Smith Windy Stanley Philip Stoneman David Stoughton Carol Thomas Shelby Thompson Thomas Treadway Jerry Ward Earl Wright 27 SOPHOMORES ENJOY INCREASED Louis Barrett John Bauserman Della Bell Freddy Boger Martha Breeden Jon Browning Beverley Butler Charles Carter Frank Carter Spencer Clabo Joyce Dabney Jennifer Ewoldt Charles Farrar Thomas Fleming Suzy Forstbauer Barbara Haden Tinka Hannum Howard Haislip William Haislip James Harlow Mary Ann Jackson Brenda King James Knight Elmo Londeree Billy Lewis Nancy Lum Bobby Matney Jeanie Melton 28 PARTICIPATION W. G. Melton Frances Morris Helen Morris Lewis Owens Jane Pace Gale Palmer Margaret Parrish Thomas Payne Stewart Poore Eloise Proffitt Calvin Ranson Lawrence Richardson Thelma Ringwood Sandra Roop Jane Ryalls Page Sadler Faye Smith Joanne Smith Joyce Smith Catherine Staton Mildred Stoneman Billy White Bobby White Joyce White Elsie Williams James Wills Bobby Winfrey John Yancey Not pictured: Waverly Cosner Steve Parrish IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES 29 FRESHMEN ARE ON Patsy Alexander Donald Barnes Avis Bourne Roger Browning Ellen Butler Patricia Carver Temple Collins Richard Cosner Carolyn Crenshaw Louise Crutchfield Joyce Davis Keith Denby Carolyn Dennis Denny Drum wright Jack Dugger Eddie Foster Janice Haislip Lottie Halterman Kenneth Haney Allen Herndon Phyllis Herndon Anne Kidd Randy Lanford 30 THEIR WAY UP ( JK " Tommv Lester Tommy Lewis Carter Morris Erma Napier Dale Nuckols Charles Payne David Peregoy Lelia Perkins Becky Phillips Dixie Redman David Robinson Edward Smith Jane Snead Rosemary Snead Carol Staton Jackie Stoughton Alfred Talley Joan Taylor Allen Tryall Jimmy Wade Ernest Watkins Mary Wills Not Pictured: Atwell Cersley 31 EIGHTH GRADERS ARE EAGER Johnny Ackerman Judith Ann Ackerman Faye Adams Wayne Anderson Eddie Baker John Birckhead Jody Bourne Diane Bowles Jane Brownlee Nina Bryant Bevley Butler Linda Crawford Betty Davis Ellen Denny Howard Drumheller Lawrence Drumheller Phyllis Drumheller Dwight Duncan Malcolm Duncan Jimmy Flanagan Douglas Fleming Raymond Glass Louise Harris Kenneth Herndon Margaret Lee Hojenski Jacquelyn Hollifield Helen Holland Norma Jean Johnson Mason Kaney John Paul Keck Ann King Cecil Lee Kirby Nellie Knight Betty Lockhart Sandra Loving Frances Martin Thelma Matney 32 OR NEW EXPERIENCES Bobby Me Guinn Judy Melton Sandra Melton Billy Morris Margie Morris Shirley Napier Walter Newhouser Joe Newton Tommy Oliver Velma Oliver Billy Osborne Doris Pace Peggy Jean Pace Dudley Palmer Carol Parrish Steve Parrish Charlotte Payne Diane Perkins Thomas Petty Barbara Proffitt John Roop Wayne Robinson Betty Ryalls Shirley May Salmon R. J. Searcy Glenn Schu maker Judy Skeen Leon Skeen Scott Slaughter Caroline Smith Doris Smith Joyce Smith Barbara Snead Dabney Staton Leonora Stoneman Maxine Swanson Virginia Smith Not pictured: Robert Butler Billy Critzer Leo Hagee mam 33 We learn by experimentation in physics. Pat Carver exhibits her collection of 100 insects. SCIENCE CHALLENGES STUDENTS TO MEET PRESENT DAY NEEDS Mr. Leon Zirkle, visiting teacher of the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, spent a week with our science classes adding emphasis to our program. Bobby Lum and Charles Snead ex- plain construction of geometric figures. Band adds pep to football games MUSIC ADDS HARMONY TO BAND MEMBERS Center - Jennifer Ewoldt, Tommy Armentrout. Front Row - Barbara Landes, Joanne Goodson, Sally Praitsching, Mildred Stoneman, Rosemary Snead, Jane Snead, Lottie Halterman, Beverly Butler, Helen Morris, Barbara Ha den, Billy Ranson, Carol Thomas. Second Row - Jackie Stoughton, Lelia Perkins, Jane Ryalls, Carolyn Crenshaw, Ann Kidd, Ernest Watkins, Nancy Lum, David Black, Denny Drumwright, Floyd Newton, David Stoughton, Becky Phillips, David Robinson, Della Bell, Joanne Smith. Third Row - Philip Stoneman, Bobby White, Randy Lanford, Edward Smith, Billy Pippin, Bobby Matney, Billy Richardson, Jimmy Wills, Margaret Parrish. Band Director - Captain G. R. Edgerton. " Stand Fluvanna down the field. " SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY GLEE CLUB FirstRow - Doris Pace, Joyce Davis, Jeanette Carter, Helen Holland, Louise Johnson, Margie Morris, Caroline Smith, Billy Osborne, Darlene Harris, Dwight Duncan, Jackie Hollifield, Barbara Snead, Nina Bryan, Joanne Goodson, Sally Praitsching, Barbara Crawford. Second Row - Capt. Edgerton, Ellen Butler, Joan Brown, Phyllis Drumheller, Carolyn Crenshaw, Wayne Robinson, Charlotte Payne, Leonora Stoneman, Mary Wills, Judy Melton, Faye Adams, Peggy Pace, Janice Haislip, Betty Leach, Shirley Salmon, Eloise Proffitt. Third Row - Denny Drumwright, Patsy Alexander, David Stoughton, Thelma Matney, Leon Skeen, Ann King, Randy Lanford, Jane Brownlee, Ann Kidd, Joyce Smith, Jane Snead, Rosemary Snead, Joyce White, Betty Shumake. Fourth Row - Ernest Watkins, Heidi von Wangenheim, Lottie Halterman, David Black, Nancy Perkins, Billy Pippin, Lelia Perkins, Peggy Naff, Floyd Newton, Della Bell, Martha Breeden, Virginia Smith. STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION PROMOTES INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY, GOOD SCHOOL RELATIONSHIPS Front row - Helen Holland, Margaret Forsyth, Nancy Perkins, Windy Stanley, Pat Carver, Suzy Forstbauer, Carolyn Winfrey, Billy Pippin, Alice Payne, Brenda Parrish, Jeanne Melton, Patricia Palmer, Doris Smith, Nancy Lum, Marie Harvey, Jane Pace. Second row - Ryland Nash, Philip Stoneman, Earl Wright, Mrs. White, Mr. Johnson, Steve Slaughter, Douglas Fleming, Lelia Perkins, Dean Morris, Doris Crutchfield, Mr. Cha rlton. Carolyn Winfrey serves as president of our student govern- ment and chairman of the Piedmont District S.C.A. She is also the student-representative from the Piedmont District on the State S.C.A. Advisory Committee. Heidi von Wangenheim, our foreign exchange student from Germany, has been invited to participate in the Seventh Virginia High School Forum to be held in Richmond February 21, 1959. This program is planned by the Virginia Student Cooperative Assocation. 38 STAFF Co-Editors Alice Payne Nancy Perkins Business Manager Suzy Forstbauer Circulation Manager Patricia Carver Feature Editor Margaret Forsyth Sports Editor Charles Snead Club Editor Pat Cottrell Photographer Tommy Armentrout SCHOOL PAPER KEEPS STUDENTS INFORMED ON SCHOOL NEWS ' ' «• a, so. SC4 strict sca J,„-.?} UVann a Is hn,. IZT ' CI 5CA in .“Jt " ™ 41 " - nil £%V« th. gates fr£r sl years tW 5v fl t Wadlson JL Oreenf ' the dele_ ’•“ " " oS ' S and J £. p ° : [ V- S3 % st.t, 7 lc . ' p |£J«Ul eu.s? s ln 1 ‘‘!3°;rnj ■ «- geaheio. °Ur own flei d ! tentevl W ? " tha the»e «Reafi Roi t°n 2J n Von W «H to draw 4» r ' of-Goo d-W 37 « be a so-called; und S. sta ni?f vr Z n L ri Z£ at a ' ““I c ° l3trl ' { i , r Seniors r« d ' |«sit ? c f j°! °«it sii,, « ' W; n g Jclw , ' PfMe8, “«» Margaret Forsyth, Charles Snead, Nancy Perkins, Patricia Carver, Alice Payne, Pat Cottrell, Suzy Forstbauer. 39 FUTURE TFACHERS PROMOTE INTEREST IN THE FIELD TEACHING Front row - Jane Pace, Doris Smith, Maxine Swanson, Beverly Butler. Second row - Joyce Davis, Helen Holland, Mrs. Jessie Hunt, Ellen Butler, Joan Taylor. Third row - Lelia Perkins, Charlotte Crummette, Brenda King, Mary Ann Jackson, Barbara Landes, Mr. David Johnson. Brenda King, past president of the Jones -Shepherd Chapter, was elected president of the District J. Future Teachers of America at a meeting held at Albemarle High School on October 3, 1958. Brenda, Jane Pace, Lelia Perkins, Mary Ann Jackson and Mrs. Jessie S. Hunt, the sponsor, attended the State Convention of the Student Virginia Education Association in Richmond on November 19 and 15. OFFICERS Mary Ann Jackson, Librarian; Joyce Davis, Secretary; Jane Pace, Presi- dent; Lelia Perkins, Vice President; Charlotte C ru m m e tte , Treas- urer; Helen Holland, Reporter. Hl-Y MEMBERS WORK TOGETHER SERVING OTHERS Seated - Christine Martin, Reporter; Thelma Ringwood, Vice-President; Temple Collins, Jr., Presi - dent; Kathleen Ringwood, Secretary and Treasurer; Sandra Melton, Chaplin. Standing - Judy Skeen, Pat Palmer, Joanne Goodson, Frances Martin, Betty Ryalls, Jody Bourne, Mrs. Baber, Gale Palmer, Dudley Palmer, Betty Leach, Joyce White, Velma Oliver, Doris Pace. MOTTO - CLEAN SPEECH, CLEAN SPORTSMANSHIP, CLEAN SCHOLARSHIP, CLEAN LIVING. 41 BOYS SOCIAL OFFICERS Officers Jerry Childress President Billy White Treasurer Johnny Bauserman Vice President Jon Browning Secretary Mr. Costello Sponsor THESE CLUBS PROVIDE PRACTICE IN SOCIAL GRACES Entertaining visitors Enjoying spring picnic AND OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN CO-ORDINATE ACTIVITIES SUB DEB Front Row - C ott r el 1 , Butler, Thomas. SecondRow - Smith, Pace. ThirdRow - Savage, Carter, Harris, Hojenski, Smith. Fourth Row - Dabney, King, Ewoldt, Loving, Denny, Landes. F if th Row - Bowles, S. Melton, Jackson, Bourne, Harris, J. Melton. Sponsors - Mrs. Arolein Harding, Mrs. Mildred Davis. Lights I Camera! Action! Stars of Tomorrow: Salmon, B. Snead, R. Snead, Alexander, Naff, Smith, Carver. DRAMATIC CLUB HAS VARIED ACTIVITIES Last year the Club received a distinguished rating in state competition on " What ' s Wrong with the Girls " presented at the Virginia High School League State One- Act Play Festival. The Christmas play is an annual production for the student body. Selecting the Script: Seated - Talley, Robinson, Cottrell, Lanford, Snead. Standing - Forsyth, Treadway, Slaughter, Perkins, Armentrout, Forstbauer. Frontrow - Loving, Proffitt, Harris, Denny, Carter, Harris, Crawford. Second row - Matney, Stanley, Patterson, Hunt, Bourne. Third row: Hollifield, Hojenski, Stoneman, von Wangenheim, Johnson, Praitsching. Seated Steve Slaughter Windy Stanley Tommy Treadway Jackie Stoughton Alfred Talley Standing Alvin Smith Billy Pippin Margaret Forsyth Bobby Matney Eddie Foster w lb r ; LIBRARY CLUB PROMOTES RESEARCH AND STUDY FLUVANNA WILDLIFE CONSERVATION PROJECT OF 4-H CLUB Kneeling Margie Morris Joanne Smith Ann King Standing Eddie Baker Jane Brownlee Bobby Lum Caroline Smith Walter Newhauser Mrs. Harriet Loving Front row - Haislip, Kaney, B. Lewis, Carter, Peregory, P. Bell, E. Browning, Nash, Snead, Lloyd, J. Bell, Anderson, Carter, Bauserman, Lane. Second row - J. Browning, T. Payne, White, B. Haislip, Yancey, Jones, Moon, Owens, Londeree, Poore, McGuinn, Stoneman, B. Richardson, L. Richardson, Farrar. Third row - Sadler, B. Harlowe, T. Lewis, Tryall, C. Payne, Clabo, Melton, Mr. Roy Loving, Mr. G. B. Troxler, J. Harlowe, Childress, Fleming, Winfrey, Dansey, Butler, Lanford. THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA DEVELOP COMPETENT, RURAL, AND AGRICULTURAL LEADERSHIP OFFICERS President Earl Browning Vice-President Charles Snead Secretary Preston Bell Treasurer John Lloyd Reporter Ryland Nash Sentinel John Bell Advisor Mr. R. E. Loving s! 0® e 46 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA DEVELOP SOCIAL QUALITIES AND IMPROVE HOME LIFE Front row - J. Ryalls; Lum; C. Staton; Crawford; B. Proffitt; Perkins; Harris; Carter; Mrs. Ruth Patteson, Advisor. Second row - E. Napier; Redman; Martin; A. Proffitt; Carol Staton; S. Napier; B. Ryalls; Thompson. Third row - Lockhart; Roop; Phillips; D. Crutchfield; Bauserman, Vice-Presi- dent; Newton, Secretary; Oliver; A. Bourne. Fourth row - Skeen; Harvey, President; H. Morris; Haden; B. Smith; J. Bourne; L. Crutchfield; F. Smith. Fifth row - Carver; Palmer; Williams; F. Morris, Song Leader; Sclater; Stoneman, Reporter-Historian; D. Smith. Not pictured - Charlotte Crummette, Treasurer. PIANO CLASS MEMBERS STRIVE FOR PERFECTION Barbara Crawford, a former student of Mrs. Conrad ' s Piano Class, serves with enthusiasm as F.C.H.S. pianist. i| Front row - Dwight Duncan, Leonora Stoneman, Jackie Hollifield, Jane Ryalls, Joyce White, Joanne Smith, Eddie Baker. Back row - Barbara Snead, Malcolm Duncan, Faye Adams, Randy Lanford, Ann Kidd, Ernest Watkins, Rosemary Snead, Lottie Halterman, Patsy Alexander, Joyce Davis, Velma Oliver. Not pictured - Mrs. Conrad - teacher. 48 AVIATION CLUB SHOWS LARGEST GROWTH IN MEMBERSHIP The Aviation Club became a part of our activity program in the fall of 1957. Building model planes created so much interest that the membership has climbed from 20 to 55 members. This year the club is seeing a series of flying pictures in color. Also, every member will have an opportunity to take a free flight in Capt. Edgerton ' s new Cessna. While up, the club member will be allowed to take over the controls for a few seconds. OFFICERS Capt. G. R. Edgerton Sponsor Frankie McGuinn Reporter Freddie Boger Vice President Jimmy Wills President Billy Ranson . . . Secretary-Treasurer ( Not pictured) imw—i HOMECOMING IS A BIG EVENT IN THE SCHOOL YEAR Homecoming Court - Patricia Carver, Freshman; Carol Thomas, Junior; Carolyn Winfrey, Maid of Honor; Marie Harvey, Queen; Gloria Payne, Senior; Alice Payne, Senior; Jennifer Ewoldt, Sophomore; Leonora Stoneman, Eighth Grader. Escorts Seated - Frances Morris, Barbara Landes. Queen and football captain reign at ball. MISS FLUVANNA TO PARTICIPATE IN DOGWOOD FESTIVAL Suzy Forstbauer was crowned " Miss Fluvanna " by Fluvanna Lions Club at the Holly Ball in December. She will represent Fluvanna County at the annual Dogwood Festival in Charlottesville this spring. Safety Patrol OUR SAFETY IS THE CONCERN OF MANY Matney, Smith, Parrish, Herndon, Snead, King, Forstba uer, Jackson, Melton, C . Smith, von Wagenhein, Denby, Cottrell, Stoneman. Sponsor - Mr. Roy Loving. Safety Council plans our program. Safe transportation concern of Bus Drivers. Mr. Brookman, Mr. Ryalls, Mr. Hurt, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Black, Mr. Haislip, Mr. Loving. Brenda Parrish " On to Victory I " Marie Harvey " Fifteen rah ' s for Fluvanna! " Peggy Browning " F-L-U-V-A-N-N-A " CHEERLEADERS INSPIRE Jeanne Melton " Fight Team Fight! " Joanne Smith " We ' ve got the pep! " " Tiny " Martin " We ' ve got the steam!” 54 " Windy " Stanley " Beat Me Daddy! " First Row - Carter, Ranson, Lloyd, Snead, Smith, Bobby White, Haney, Childress, Foster, Bauserman,C. Morris. Second Row - Richardson, Haislip, C. Payne, Dansey, Clabo, Melton, Wright, Moon, Denby, Winfrey, Fleming, Lanford. Third Row - Mr. Mac Snead, assistant coach, Yancey, J. Browning, Jones, Semiklose, Billy White, Owens, T. Payne, Creasy, E. Browning, B. Morris, Barrett, Ward, Mr. Cos- tello, coach. FLYING FLUCOS GAIN EXPERIENCE, LOSE FEW PLAYERS 1958 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE WE THEY September 12 Farmville 12 6 September 19 Culpeper 0 26 September 26 Goochland 12 12 October 3 Orange 0 37 October 17 Powhatan 0 20 October 10 Madison 0 40 October 24 Midlothian 6 9 October 31 Fredericksburg 12 34 November 7 Louisa 13 13 November 14 Albemarle 6 34 BASKETBALL TEAMS PLAN Left to right - Preston Bell, Johnnie Jones, Earl Browning, Bobby Morris, Alvin Smith, John Lloyd, Charles Snead, Jerry Childress, Billy White, Jerry Ward, Frankie McGuinn, Jimmy Knight. Schedule 1958-59 Date Team Place December 9 Powhatan Home 16 Midlothian Home 19 Scottsville Home January 6 Madison Home 9 Scottsville Home 13 Culpeper Away 23 Albemarle Home 28 Powhatan Away 30 Madison Away February 3 Orange Home 6 Buckingham Home 10 Albemarle Away 12 Culpeper Home 17 Midlothian Away 20 Orange Away Coach Costello 58 A SEASON OF VICTORY Left to right - Jane Ryalls, Jeanette Carter, Joanne Smith, Suzy Frostbauer, Marie Harvey, Frances Morris, Jeanne Melton, Carolyn Dennis, Phyllis Herndon, Brenda King, Christine Newton, Barbara Landes, Jane Pace, Beverly Butler. Schedule 1958-59 Date Team Place December 9 Powhatan Home 19 Scottsville Home January 6 Madison Home 9 Scottsville Home 13 Culpeper Away 28 Powhatan Away 30 Madison Away February 3 Orange Home 6 Buckingham Home 12 Culpeper Home 20 Orange Away Mrs. Loving - Coach 59 Jones BASEBALL TEAM LOSES NLY FOUR BY GRADUATION Coach: Mr. Costello Smith Browning White Richardson Payne THEY 11 Louisa Louisa Orange Goochland Powhatan Albemarle Woodberry Forest Powhatan Buckingham Goochland Orange Albemarle Johnny on deck Trying for a double -play PATRONIZE THIS MERCHA Congratulations to the Class of ' 59 BRUCE ' S DRUG STORE Your Rexall Store Dial 3381 Scottsville, Virginia TRAVELER ' S REST HOTEL Dining Room Virginia M. Lumpkin, Prop. Scottsville, Virginia CHAS. KING SON CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Since 1877 Charlottesville, Virginia CHARLOTTESVILLE You trust its quality COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC Charlottesville, Virginia SCOTTSVILLE GULF STATION W. W. 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MASON " We Specialize in Latest Plumbing and Heating Styles " Phone 2851 Scottsville, Virginia Scottsville, Virginia Compliments of W. D. PERKINS SON Lumber Regular Polled Herefords STUART ROBINSON FAMILY Phone Ju 9-2031 Kents Store, Virginia NELSON TINDALL, JR. Dependable Service At Low Cost Make Our Store Your Headquarters Scottsville, Virginia WOODWARD MOTOR CO. GEORGE A. DANSEY Chevrolet Plumbing Heating Telephone Louisa 62 Louisa, Virginia Phone 3942 Scottsville, Virginia JAMES RIVER MARKET Clover Farm Store SCOTTSVILLE BEAUTY SHOP Open Fridays until 8 P. M. Phone 4531 Scottsville, Virginia Scottsville, Virginia SCOTTSVILLE CLEANERS " Clean Clothes Wear Longer " Scottsville, Virginia JOHNSON ' S ESSO Atlas Tires-Accessories C. A. WHITTED COMPANY Batteries Washing and Greasing P hone 3331 General Merchandise Warren, Virginia Scottsville COLUMBIA GULF SERVICE Gulf Gas and Oil Columbia, Virginia T. J. PROFFITT General Merchandise Phone 3301 Columbia, Virginia JOHNSON WILLIAMS C. M. SHUMAKE TEXACO Contract Building General Repairing JTN Phone Louisa 14W2 f%) Trevillians, Virginia Phone 2931 Fork Union THE JEFFERSON SHOP BRUCE-DORRIER MOTOR CO., INC. " Louisa ' s Shopping Center " Phone 118 Sales Service Louisa, Virginia Phone 3821 Scottsville, Virginia HERNDON ' S 7-DAY MARKET MAY 5c TO $1.00 STORE Groceries - Meats - Ice Louisa, Virginia Phone 2701 Scottsville, Virginia LE SUEUR RICHMOND SLATE CORPORATION Manufacturers of Roofing and Structural Slate Arvonia, Virginia BY THE RIVER RESTAURANT Fine Foods U. S. 15 New Canton, Virginia RANSON SMITH FUNERAL HOME S. T. Ranson Leland W. Smith Ambulance Service - Monuments Phone Day or Night Fork Union 2081 Bremo Bluff, Va. BROWN-PORTER MOTOR CORP. Sales and Service Phone 105 Dillwyn, Virginia dvrd Phone JU 9-2641 Palmyra, Virginia W.F. PAULETT SON LET US FURNISH YOUR COMPLETE BUILDING REQUIREMENTS Since 19I4wehavebeenservingthis section of Virginia with their building needs such as — Millwork, lime, cement, house hardware, plaster, lumber, paints and oils, sheetrock, moldings, roofing, sewer pipe, win- dows and doors, carpenters ' tools, screen, glass andbrick. Floor Sanders for rent. LARGE STOCKS - LOW PRICES Scottsville, Virginia R.C. 0M0HUNDR0 Texaco Firestone Distributors Fuel Oils Burner Service Phone 2751 Fork Union, Virginia J. W. SIEGFRIED, JR. Distributors of Amoco American Oil Products Phone 2501 Fork Union - Cohasset SCOTTSVILLE FARM SERVICE LONGVIEW AMOCO SERVICE Seed Fertilizer STATION Feed Phone Charlottesville 3-0508 Farm Supplies R. W. Payne Boyds Tavern Phone 3931 Scottsville, Virginia THE HUB, INC RITTENHOUSE BROTHERS Ladies ' , Men ' s Children ' s Gen eral Contractors Ready - To - Wear Phone 4174 Scottsville, Virginia Scottsville, Virginia RITTENHOUSE BEAUTY SHOP Coldwaves, Facials, Manicures Phone 4174 Scottsville, Virginia WEBER CITY AMOCO SERVICE STATION Visit Amoco Gas Oil CRESCENT INN RESTAURANT Batteries Accessories R. S. Glass Washing Greasing Zion + Roads Phone 9311 Fork Union, Virginia FORK UNION DRIVE-IN HUNTERS LODGE SERVICE STATION Fork Union, Virginia General Merchandise Phone JU 9-2747 Troy, Virginia Compliments 0 Compliments of H. M. BRANSFORD MILES CLOVER FARM FOOD MARKET " All Your Food Needs " General Merchandise Country Produce Pulpwood Railroad Crossties Route 250 Phone JU 9-2724 Shipping Point - Fork Union Phone 3388 Cohassett, Virginia KIRKPATRICK ' S, INC. " The Biggest Little Store in the State of Virginia " Phone JU 9-2395 Kents Store, Virginia ALBEMARLE LIVE STOCK MARKET, INC. Sale Every Saturday G. G. Adams, Mgr. — G. W. Shuler, Sec. Treas. Dial 2-4551 Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments 0 DR. J. H. YEATMAN GILMORE, HAMM SNYDER, INC Furniture For The Home and Office Charlottesville, Virginia E. B. WEAVER, INC. Drugs 3161 General Merchandise 2491 Fork Union, Virginia WADDELL ' S JAMES RIVER BUS LINES Chartered Bus Service Your Old Reliable Shoe Store Headquarters For Telephone 573 Blackstone, Virginia STRIDE RITE and Boy Scout Shoes 308 East Main Street We Congratulate Graduates of Fluvanna High School You will find us always interested In YOUR success Come In and See Us SOON and OFTEN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY At Charlottesville, Virginia Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Fork Union and Palmyra Louisa and Scottsville W. E. CUNNINGHAM SON Watchmakers -Jewelers Diamonds -Watches Jewelry-Silverware Established 1892 Louisa, Virginia VETERAN ' S LUNCH Sandwiches Cold Drinks F. C. Nicholls, Prop. Columbia, Virginia " Sportsmen ' s Headquarters " Since 1890 SNOW ' S FLORIST Fresh Flowers HARRIS-FUPPEN CO., INC. For All Your Flower Needs Athletic Goods Hunting and Fishing Dial 7-3019 715 E. Main Street Telephone 2-6951 First and Water Streets Charlottesville, Virginia Richmond 19, Virginia A PEOPLES HARDWARE KAUFMAN ' S Dealers In Hardware, Paints, Furniture Since 1870 in Charlottesville Sporting Goods Apparel Approved by the R. M. McDonald, Proprietor HIGH SCHOOL FASHION COUNCIL We Deliver Charlottesville, Virginia Dial 372 Louisa, Virginia FORK UNION MOTOR CO. Chrysler - Plymouth General Repair Work Body and Fender Repair Swift Fertilizer Fork Union, Virginia THE STUDENT (O )) SPOUIGHT b M JOSTEN CLASS RINGS Bill Day 669 Maple Ave. Waynesboro, Va. Compliments of " A FRIEND " Tommy has hobbies in addition to photography. THE STRIETMANN BISCUIT CO. New Zesta 5 Pak are crisper . . fresher! WILLIAM MARY FORSTBAUER Real Estate - Insurance Palmyra, Virginia A CAREER With A Future! If you like science and mathe matics, consider engineering for your careerl Engineering is the field of today and tomorrow. Progress is fast. New jobs are opening up every day. Plan for a job with a future— plan to be an engineer! VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY CHARLOTTESVILLE AUTO AND TRUCK DEALERS Bradley Peyton III Russell Mooney Olds Sales and Service Vance Buick Inc. 858 West Main Street 315 West Main Street 900 Preston Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia Pontiac - Cadillac - Vauxhall Oldsmobile - G.M.C. Trucks Buick - Opel Harper Motors, Inc. Dominick Chevrolet Corp. Preston Ave. at Ninth Street 100 East Water Street Wilhoit Motors Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia 404 East Market Street Authorized Dealer for Volkswagon Chevrolet Cars and Trucks Charlottesville, Virginia Dodge - Plymouth - Fiat R. M. Davis Motors, Inc. H. M. Gleason and Co., Inc. 1001 West Main Street Garrett Street Wright Wrecking Yard Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia 1320 East Market Street Desota - Plymouth - D.K.W. International Trucks and Equipment Charlottesville, Virginia Diamond T Trucks Charlottesville Motors Coggins Motor Co., Inc. 856 West Main Street 330 Preston Avenue Piedmont Tractor Co., Inc Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia Route 250 West Ford Cars and Trucks Chrysler - Plymouth - Imperial Charlottesville, Virginia Studebaker Cars and Trucks Willys Jeep-John Deere MacGregor Motors, Inc. 416 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Lincoln Mercury- Contenintal Edsel - English Fords Equipment L.T. RICHARDSON BUILDING SUPPLY Building Materials Benjamin Moore Paints Amoco Service Septic Tank Work General Contractor Ph. Justice 9-2346 Kents Store, Virginia Seniors admire Gloria ' s diamond. GREEN CIRCLE SERVICE STATION 24 Hour Service Gas - Oil Sandwiches Zion X Roads, Virginia MONTICELLO DAIRY Charlottesville, Virginia CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1959 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF FLUVANNA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY Manufacturers of High Quality Rayon and Nylon Tire Fabric Thomas James Armentrout - Band 1-4, President 4; Dramatic Club 1-4; School Photographer 4; Senior Play Stage Tech- nician. John Shepherd Bell - F.F.A. 1-4, Sentinel 4; 4-H 1-3. Cecil Preston Bell - F.F.A. 1-4, Secretary 4; Treasurer of Senior Class; Basketball 2- 4; Baseball 3-4. William Earl Browning - F. F.A. 1-4, Pres- ident 4; 4-H Club 1-4; Football 1-4; Base- ball 1-4; Basketball 1-4. Peggy Jeannette Browning - Minstrel 1-4; Basketball 2; Senior Play; Cheerleader 3- 4; Assistant Editor of Annual. Gerald Malcolm Childress - Football 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1-4; F.F.A. 2-4; Boy ' s Social 2-4, President 4. Barbara Louise Crawford - Secretary of Senior Class; School Pianist 3-4; Minstrel 1-4; Glee Club 1-4; Dramatic Club 4. Miles Melvin Creasy - Football 1-4; Base- ball 3; 4-H Club 1-2. Doris Ann Crutchfield - F.H.A. 1-4; Band 1-2; S.C.A. 4; Senior Play Program Com- mittee; Annual Staff Typist. Marion Marie Harvey - John Marshall High School 1-2; Cheerleader 4; Basketball 2-4; Fluvannual Staff 4; F.H.A. 3-4, President 4. SENIOR DIRECTORY John Edward Jones - F.F.A. 1-4; Football 3-4; Baseball 2-4; Basketball 2-4; Dra- matic Club; Hi-Y 1-2. Robert Leland Lum - 4-H Poultry Team; Eagle Scout; Vice-President of Fluvanna County 4-H Club. Lillian Christine Martin - Sub Deb 1; Hi-Y 4, Reporter 4. William Thomas Melton, Jr. - 4-H Club, President 4; Safety Council 4; Athletic Bus Driver 3-4; Auditorium Committee 4; Senior Play. Dean Farrar Morris - Library 1-3, Pres- ident 2; Newspaper Club 2-4; Editor of Annual 4; Piano Class 1-3, Treasurer 2. Peggy Burch Naff - Minstrel 1-4; Dramatic Club 1-4; Glee Club 3-4, Vice-President 4; Basketball 1. Walter Ryland Nash - Bus Patrol 1-4; F.F.A. 1-4; Reporter. Patricia Jean Palmer - Sub Deb 1; F.H.A. 2; Hi-Y 4. Brenda Lou Parrish - Minstrel 1-4; Band 1; Cheerleader 3-4; Senior Class Presi- dent; Senior Play. Alice Faye Payne - Newspaper 2-4, Co- Editor 4; Senior Play; Reporter in S.C.A. 4; Cheerleader 3; Homecoming Court 1,4. Gloria Dale Payne - Cheerleader 3; Home- coming Court 2-4; Business Manager of Annual 4; Class President 2-3. Alice Alleen Proffitt - Band 1; F.H.A. 1-4; Sub Deb 1. Kathleen Marie Ringwood - F.H.A. 1-2; Glee Club 3; Student Director of Senior Play 4; Secretary and Treasurer of Hi-Y 4. Gabriel Isidro Sarate - Band 1-2; Glee Club 3-4; Boys Social 1-4, Treasurer, Vice- President. Priscilla Elizabeth Shumake - Glee Club 3-4; Annual StaffTypist 4; Program Com- mittee for Senior Play. Stephen Benton Slaughter - President of Library Club 4; League Play 3; Senior Play; Dramatic Club 4; Annual Staff. Alvin Nicholas Smith, Jr. - Band 1-2; Pres- ident of 4-H Club 2; Football 3-4; Baseball 2-4; Senior Play. Charles Selden Snead - Vice President of F.F.A. 4; Football 3-4; Basketball 2-3; Baseball 2-4; Senior Play. HeilwigvonWangenheim- Glee Club 4; Dra- matic Club 4; Safety Council 4; Usher at Senior Play. Carolyn Jeannette Winfrey - President of b.C.A. 4; F.H.A. Federation Officer 3; Thespian Society 2-4; Newspaper Club 1-3; Senior Play.

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